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$1.40. Hams $1.45a1.50 per lb. Butter, $3a3.25 per lb. Lard $1.60 per lb. Potatoes — Irish $8a10 per bus. Beans, $16a20 per bushel. Peas $15a16 per bushel. Dried Fruit--Apples $9a 10; Peaches, $15a17 per bushel. Salt 45 cents per lb. Produce.--Wheat, nothing doing, we quote it nominal at $5.50a6. Flour — Superfine $32; Extra $35; Family $37 per bbl. Corn, scarce and nominal, at $9 per bushel. Corn Meal $9.50a10 per bushel. Oats $5.50a6 per bushel. Hay, Dall, at $12a14 per 100 lbs. Rice 20 cts. per lb. Tobacco.--Since the reopening of the Exchange, the sales have been small, but prices show an advance on all grades. Lugs are selling from $15 to 25, according to quality; Common Leaf, $30 to 40; good do., $45 to 55; fine, $60 to 75; a few fancy hhds. were sold yesterday and to-day from $100 to $199 and $236. Groceries.--Sugars are higher — Brown, $1.45 to 1.55, as to quality. Molasses, $10.50 to 11 per gallon. Coffee, $4 per lb. Tea-- Black, $5 to 8; Green, $7½ t
ndable under the ordinances of the city, is summoned before his Honor, and if he does not promise an immediate removal of the grievance complained of he is mulatto pursuant to the terms of the ordinances "in such case made and provided." Hardly a day has passed this week but that his Honor has not been called upon to adjudicate and determine the value of a nuisance as affecting the general health. Yesterday sundry cases of this nature were disposed of. Joseph. Thomas, Wm. Irwin, and George Rice, boys, were arraigned for acting in a suspicious manner in Exchange Alley on Wednesday night. The watchmen, suspecting something wrong from the character of the boys, carried them off to the cage, where they spent the night, doubtless like other sojourners there similarly located, in combats with the lilliputian inhabitants of the cells. The Mayor observed to the youngsters that they were bad boys, and had been often before him. He regretted that the Confederate Government had not compli