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Virginia Post-office affairs, --Post-offices have been established as follows: White head's Store, Pittsylvania co., A. J. White. head, postmaster. Mount Airy, Pittsylvania county, Joshua J. Hubbard, postmaster.--Spring Mills, Appomattox county, Thos. A. Hancock, postmaster. Appointments.--Martin Crouse, postmaster at Tumbling Creek, Tazewell county, vice James B. Crabtree, deceased. L. G. Martin, postmaster at Rosby's Rock, Marshall county, vice John L. Gibson, deceased. J, W. Bowman, postmaster at Lebanon Church, Shenandoah county, vice Jonathan Meadley, resigned. Robert Jackson, postmaster at West Milford, Harrison county, vice Marquis G. Patton, resigned, W. N. Horn; postmaster at Sneedville, Washington county, vice T. B. Edmundson, resigned. Wilson Bane, postmaster at Whits Gate, Giles county, vice James W. Newcomb, resigned. George W. Singleton, postmaster at Australia, Nansemond county, vice Wm. H. Smith, resigned. Susan Hank, postmaster at Maple Lawn, Monroe
The fire at Hickman, Ky. --The following are some of the principal losers by the late fire at Hickman, Ky.; R. D. Holt, $3,000; F. W. Irwine, $8,000; Ralpoe & Landerdale, $5,000; W. D. Walker, $2,000; Lewrett & Horner, $12,000; White & McMahan, $4,000; Samuel Lanson, $25,000; A. G. Payne, $1,000; Miller &Warren, (Courier office,) $2,000; Adams & Brem, $1,500; Nebbane & Cole, $1,000; Blondin & Mahan, $7,000; T. Barter, $1,000; Mick Pierpont, $3,000; Cooper & Young, $2,500; Post-Office, $1,000. Total loss $200,000.
Northern Markets. New York, April 18. --Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat — Red $1,30@1.33; White $1.40@1.60. Corn steady. Pork firm — Mess $20; Prime $15. Coffee firm at 13@14 Whiskey dull. New York, April 18. --Flour 5 better. Wheat steady. Corn firmer and unchanged. Whiskey firm at 19
ins $2.50 to $4. Bacon.--market firm. We quote to-day: sides 11 cts., Shoulders 9 cts.; plain Hams 11½@12 cts; Sugar-cured 12@13½ cents; Todd's Hams 14 cts. Bags.--Seamless Bags, 25; Manchester do., 18@23; Gunny do., 12@14 Beans.--White $1@1.10 per bushel. Beeswax.--27 cts. Brooms.--$2@3, according to quality. Buckets, &c.--Painted Buckets $1.87½@$2 per dozen; three-hoop Painted Pails $2.25@2.50 per dozen; heavy Cedar Tubs, neat, $3.50@$5 per nest; heavy Cedar Feecents; B and Extra C. c. Tobacco.--sales still limited, at former quotations. L $3 to $4; no one ing in market. Stock on hand of the old crop very light, and mostly of inferior quality. Wheat.--Receipts light and market firm at for White; 1 for Red. Whiskey.--Richmond Rectified 21½@23 cents; Stearns' old Malted Rye $1.50; other qualities per gallon. Wood.--Wholesale Oak in quality. We quote Exchange scarce, at 10 per cts. South Carolina and North Carolin