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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported fighting on the Rappahannock. (search)
mewhat weaker; Inferior Lugs $18@22, good do, $15 @35; common Leaf, $5@3; good do, $10 @15; fine do, $30@60, fine Manufacturing $35 to $75, and an extra article still higher. The market for Manufactured Tobacco is considerably lower, and there is reason to believe that speculators are in a melancholy frames of mind. Sales are made at $1@1.20, according to quality. A very fine article will bring more. Groceries have not materially changed since our last report. Sugars are more firm — Brown, $1.10@1.35. Molasses, $10@11 per gallon Coffee — Rio, $4@4.50, Java higher. Salt, 40@50c per lb.-- Rice, $25 @ per lb. Auction Sale--At Kent, Price & C sale to-day the following prices were obtained; Brown Sugar $1.20@1.30; Molasses $10 @10.50; Rio Coffee $4.00@4.37; Tea $7.70@9.37, Butter $3.25; Cheese $1.25, Lard $1.50@1.75; Hams $1.25; Middling, $1.30, Shoulders 90c; Jowls $1; Hoground $1.27; I barrel Onions $83; Soap 65c; Tallow Candles $3.12; French Brandy $ @30; Whiskey $18.50@