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eal--85 cts. per bushel. cotton.--8½ to 12 cents. cotton Yarns. &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts.; CottonCordage 24 cts.; Seine Twine 27 cts.; Carpet Warp 22 cts.; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Feathers — In demand at 46 cts. Stock small; better supply. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian. $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide island $48; Patagoman $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $46.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Ammoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do, Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do, Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3, new, $8.50; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour Barrels--45 to 50 cts. f
--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Flour.--There is nothing doing in Flour, except in the merest retail way. We quote it lower, however, even in this limited way. We quote Superhue $6.25@6.50; Extra $7@7.25; Family $7.50@$7.75. Feathers — In demand at 46 cts. Stock small; better supply. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $45.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Ammoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do. Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3. new, $8.60; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour Barrels--45 to
e latter in small lots. New 50@55 cts. Cotton.--8 ½ to 12 cents. Cotton Yarns, &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts.; Cotton Cordage 24 cts.; Seine Twine 27 cts; Carpet Warp 22 cts.; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Feathers — Dull at 44 to 45 cts. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $45.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Amoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton: do. Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3. new, $8.50; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour.--We repeat last
Bolted Meal 75 cts.; country 65 to 70 cts. Cotton.--8½ to 12 cents. Cotton Yarns, &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts; Cotton Cordage 24 cts; Seine Twine 27 cts; Carpet Warp 22 cts; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Feathers — Dull at 44 to 45 cts. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $44.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Ammoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do. Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No. North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 5. new, $8.50; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour.--Market dull,
olted Meal 75 cts.; country 65 to 70 cts. Cotton.--8 ½ to 12 cents. Cotton Yarns, &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts; Cotton Cordage 24 cts; Seine Twine 27 cts; Carpet Warp 22 cts.; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Feathers — Dull at 44 to 45 cts. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $46.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Amoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do. Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3, new, $8.50; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour.--Market dull, and
Bolted Meal 75 cts.; country 65 to 70 cts. Cotton.--8 ½ to 12 cents. Cotton Yarns, &c.--Cotton Yarns 21@22 cts; Cotton Cordage 24 cts; Seine Twine 27 cts; Carpet Warp 22 cts; Wrapping Twine 22 cts. Dried Fruit.--No arrivals. We quote nominally $1@1.25 per bushel. Feathers — Dull at 44 to 45 cts. Fertilizers.--We quote Peruvian $58; Ruffin's Phosphor Peruvian $50 per ton; Aa Mexican $25; Elide Island $48; Patagonian $25; Sombrero $30; Navassa, or Brown Columbian $30; Reese's Manipulated Guano, $50; Rhodes' Super Phosphate of Lime $46.50 per ton; Robinson's Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; Hartman's (Richmond) Amoniated Super Phosphate Lime $40 per ton; do. Manipulated Guano $50 per ton; do. Bone Dust $38 per ton. Fish.--New Nova Scotia Herrings, gross, $2.75@$3; No. 1 Halifax Cut Herrings $3.25@$3.50 from store. No North Carolina in market.--Mackerel, large No. 3. new, $8.50; small do., $5. Flaxseed--$1.20@1.40 per bushel. Flour.--Market dull, a
Fatal shooting affair. --We learn that a man by the name of Trabus killed another named Reese, in Carthage, on the 18th ult.--The parties quarreled in the morning, and made mutual threats against each other. In the evening, Reese passed in the vicinity of Trabue's store, when the latter stopped out and shot him, killing him almost instantly.--Trabue has been required to give bond in the sum of $6,000.--Marshall (Texas) Republican, Fatal shooting affair. --We learn that a man by the name of Trabus killed another named Reese, in Carthage, on the 18th ult.--The parties quarreled in the morning, and made mutual threats against each other. In the evening, Reese passed in the vicinity of Trabue's store, when the latter stopped out and shot him, killing him almost instantly.--Trabue has been required to give bond in the sum of $6,000.--Marshall (Texas) Republican,
fficer and his brigade played this important part in the late battle, the fact should be widely known. Letters have been received here from Col. Vaughn, Lieut. Col. Reese, and Capt. Parker, of the Third Tennessee Regiment, composing part of the brigade. They have been published in the Register, of this lace --coples of which 13th Virginia Regiments, and the Maryland and East Tennessee Regiments, turned the scale in our favor. But let official reports speak of these things." Lieut. Col. Reese, writing the same day, says: "Col. Elzey's 4th Brigade, composed of the 1st Maryland Regiment; the 3d Tennessee Volunteers, under Col. Vaughn, Lieut. Col. RLieut. Col. Reese, and Major Morgan, and the 10th Virginia Volunteers, and one battery of four pieces of artillery, arrived at Manassas at 11½ o'clock, and were marched to the left wing at a double quick march. The fighting ground of the extreme left was seven miles from Manassas Junction, and our brigade was marched at a quick and double quic
The Daily Dispatch: September 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], The tomb of the "Lady of the Camellias." (search)
The late Dr. Reese. --Amid the exciting scenes of a public character which now occupy the public attention, the melancholy end of Rev. Dr. Reese, of Baltimore, has attracted but little notice. That such a man should have perished by his own hand, is one of the most dismal of the tragedies which have darkened the hearts and hRev. Dr. Reese, of Baltimore, has attracted but little notice. That such a man should have perished by his own hand, is one of the most dismal of the tragedies which have darkened the hearts and homes of unhappy Maryland. Dr. Reese was, we believe, the acknowledged head of the Methodist Protestant denomination. He was a man of extensive literary and teleological acquirements; of pure and unexceptionable deportment; a prominent, useful, and respected man in the community in which he lived. He was a man of versatile geniusDr. Reese was, we believe, the acknowledged head of the Methodist Protestant denomination. He was a man of extensive literary and teleological acquirements; of pure and unexceptionable deportment; a prominent, useful, and respected man in the community in which he lived. He was a man of versatile genius, a fine writer, an eloquent speaker, and a ready and able debater. He had, also no small fame as a lecturer, both in Baltimore and other parts of the country, where his services were in great request. He has lectured in our own city to large and delighted audiences. About a year ago he lost his wife, and the deep depression pro
able business enterprise, but is interesting as an exhibition of the military genius and talent in the South, so far as it has been illustrated by authorship ! Colonel William Gilham's Manual for Volunteers and Militia. Cumholm's Manual of Military Surgery. Colonel William Gilham's Field Artillery. Adjutant-General Cooper's Artillery Praction. Capt's Bayonet Exercise and Skirmisher's Drill. Southern Military Manual. Confederate States Army Regulations. Reese's Cavalry Drill. Ordnance Manual by Major Mordecai, of North Carolina. Lab's Volunteer Hand-Book. Of the latter work twenty-five thousand copies have been sold within a period of twelve months. In addition to the above 1st Messrs. West & Johnston have recruit "Roberts (U. S.) Hand-Book of Artillery," and have now in press the magnificent military work of "Mahan's Field Fornications," with all the places, to be ready early next month. All of these books have been rotten up in
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