ly — is to be inaugurated to-day.
Flour is now held at $150 per barrel.
Capt. Warner has just sold me two bushels of meal at $5 per bushel; the price in market ithe Secretary may find Mr. S.'s character such as to deserve attention.
Captain Warner says it is believed there will be a riot, perhaps, when Col. Northrop, the 0 per bushel, and meat from $2 to $5 per pound, what income would suffice?
Captain Warner (I suppose in return for some writing which Custis did for him) sent us yesing parties.
The prisoners here have now been six days without meat; and Capt. Warner has been ordered by the Quartermaster-General to purchase supplies for them, him that they fare as well as our armies, and so he refused the commissary (Capt. Warner) of the prisoners a permit to buy and bring to the city cattle he might be aay, for a half bushel of meal; meantime I got an order for two bushels, from Capt. Warner, at $10 per bushel.
The President receives visitors to-night; and, for t