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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 7
ons in gold have been confined to occasional sales at $4.25 premium. Nothing of importance doing in bank notes. At Messrs. Davenport & Co.'s auction sale to-day Confederate Treasury notes, interest bearing, were sold at 98½ to 99; also, the following bonds, with interest added: Confederate bonds, coupon, 15 million loan, 188a184; do. 100 million loan, (1868 to 1874,) 102¼ to 103; do. do., registered, (1881,) 106; Virginia sixes 111¾ to 112; Va Cen R. R. bonds, 1st mortgage, 125. Also, North Carolina sixes, old issue, at 171 flat; and the following stocks: 2 shares Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co, $645; 9 do. Importing and Exporting Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35
d Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi weekly report. Groceries, &c.--The following prices were obtained at the auction sale of Robinson, Adams & Co. to-day: Common Sugar, in hhds, $1.21 to 1.23, in barrels, $1.22 to 1.27. Molasses, $10.30 per gallon. Coffee, $3.85 to 4. Black Teas, $6.30 to 6.70; Young Hyson and Imperial, $7. Bacon, $1.40. Peanuts, $11.75 to 12 per bushel. Dried Apples, $11.50 to 12.25. Candles, $2.75 per lb. Rice, 18 to 20 cents. Clover seed, $20 per bushel. Potatoes, $6.50 to 7.25 per bushel.
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Financial and Commercial. Friday, May 15, 1863. Money, Bonds, &c.--The brokers have had a dull season for the past ten days. The transactions in gold have been confined to occasional sales at $4.25 premium. Nothing of importance doing in bank notes. At Messrs. Davenport & Co.'s auction sale to-day Confederate Treasury notes, interest bearing, were sold at 98½ to 99; also, the following bonds, with interest added: Confederate bonds, coupon, 15 million loan, 188a184; do. 100 million loan, (1868 to 1874,) 102¼ to 103; do. do., registered, (1881,) 106; Virginia sixes 111¾ to 112; Va Cen R. R. bonds, 1st mortgage, 125. Also, North Carolina sixes, old issue, at 171 flat; and the following stocks: 2 shares Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co, $645; 9 do. Importing and Exporting Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal
$9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi wext semi weekly report. Groceries, &c.--The following prices were obtained at the auction sale of Robinson, Adams & Co. to-day: Common Sugar, in hhds, $1.21 to 1.23, in barrels, $1.22 to 1.27. Molasses, $10.30 per gallon. Coffee, $3.85 to 4. Black Teas, $6.30 to 6.70; Young Hyson and Imperial, $7. Bacon, $1.40. Peanuts, $11.75 to 12 per bushel. Dried Apples, $11.50 to 12.25. Candles, $2.75 per lb. Rice, 18 to 20 cents. Clover seed, $20 per bushel. Potatoes, $6.50 to 7.25 per bushel.
68 to 1874,) 102¼ to 103; do. do., registered, (1881,) 106; Virginia sixes 111¾ to 112; Va Cen R. R. bonds, 1st mortgage, 125. Also, North Carolina sixes, old issue, at 171 flat; and the following stocks: 2 shares Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co, $645; 9 do. Importing and Exporting Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi weekly r
Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi weekly report. Groceries, &c.--The following prices were obtained at the auction sale of Robinson, Adams & Co. to-day: Common Sugar, in hhds, $1.21 to 1.23, in barrels, $1.22 to 1.27. Molasses, $10.30 per gallon. Coffee, $3.85 to 4. Black Teas, $6.30 to 6.70; Young Hyson and Imperial, $7. Bacon, $1.40. Peanuts, $11.75 to 12 per bushel. Dried Apples, $11.50 to 12.25. Candles, $2.75 per lb. Rice, 18 to 20 cents. Clover seed, $20 per bushel. Potatoes, $6.50 to 7.25 per bushel.
g Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi weekly report. Groceries, &c.--The following prices were obtained at the auction sale of Robinson, Adams & Co. to-day: Common Sugar, in hhds, $1.21 to 1.23, in barrels, $1.22 to 1.27. Molasses, $10.30 per gallon. Coffee, $3.85 to 4. Black Teas, $6.30 to 6.70; Young Hyson and Imperial
d Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supply of Flour in market, and we give the quotations as follows: Superfine $31 @32; Extra, $35; Family, $36 P bbl. Oats, $5@5.50 P bushel. Irish Potatoes, $8 to 9 P bushel; Sweet, $10 to 11. Bacon firm at $1.35 for hoground. Baled Hay, $12 per 100 lbs. Butter, $2.50 to 3.50, the latter at retail. Tobacco.--There have been no recent sales in public, and there is no data by which to fix quotations. We will give them in our next semi weekly report. Groceries, &c.--The following prices were obtained at the auction sale of Robinson, Adams & Co. to-day: Common Sugar, in hhds, $1.21 to 1.23, in barrels, $1.22 to 1.27. Molasses, $10.30 per gallon. Coffee, $3.85 to 4. Black Teas, $6.30 to 6.70; Young Hyson and Imperial, $7. Bacon, $1.40. Peanuts, $11.75 to 12 per bushel. Dried Apples, $11.50 to 12.25. Candles, $2.75 per lb. Rice, 18 to 20 cents. Clover seed, $20 per bushel. Potatoes, $6.50 to 7.25 per bushel.
Money, Bonds, &c.--The brokers have had a dull season for the past ten days. The transactions in gold have been confined to occasional sales at $4.25 premium. Nothing of importance doing in bank notes. At Messrs. Davenport & Co.'s auction sale to-day Confederate Treasury notes, interest bearing, were sold at 98½ to 99; also, the following bonds, with interest added: Confederate bonds, coupon, 15 million loan, 188a184; do. 100 million loan, (1868 to 1874,) 102¼ to 103; do. do., registered, (1881,) 106; Virginia sixes 111¾ to 112; Va Cen R. R. bonds, 1st mortgage, 125. Also, North Carolina sixes, old issue, at 171 flat; and the following stocks: 2 shares Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co, $645; 9 do. Importing and Exporting Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.50@7 P bushel. There is but a limited supp
Commercial. Friday, May 15, 1863. Money, Bonds, &c.--The brokers have had a dull season for the past ten days. The transactions in gold have been confined to occasional sales at $4.25 premium. Nothing of importance doing in bank notes. At Messrs. Davenport & Co.'s auction sale to-day Confederate Treasury notes, interest bearing, were sold at 98½ to 99; also, the following bonds, with interest added: Confederate bonds, coupon, 15 million loan, 188a184; do. 100 million loan, (1868 to 1874,) 102¼ to 103; do. do., registered, (1881,) 106; Virginia sixes 111¾ to 112; Va Cen R. R. bonds, 1st mortgage, 125. Also, North Carolina sixes, old issue, at 171 flat; and the following stocks: 2 shares Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co, $645; 9 do. Importing and Exporting Co, $735; 10 do. Richmond and Danville R. R. Co, $121; 3 do. Richmond and York River R. R. Co, $50. Produce, &c.--Breadstuffs continue scarce and high. Corn is nominally $8.50 P bushel, and Corn Meal $9; Wheat, $6.5
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