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From the Border. There was an nows of speculation, received from the army near Fredericksburg yesterday. It was rumored in camp that the Federal army had returned to Alexandria, with a view to take up winter quarters at that point. The Central train brought down from Staunton, last evening twenty four Yankee prisoners, whose capture by Capt. McNeill, is Hardy county, we have here Store noticed. Among the party was the Pierpont sheriff of Barbour county, who we liars, has been very active in carrying out the honest of his Yankee masters in that county, and in collecting revenue from the people to support the hireling of Lincoln in their crusade upon the loyal citizens of the Northwest.
From the Border. There was an nows of speculation, received from the army near Fredericksburg yesterday. It was rumored in camp that the Federal army had returned to Alexandria, with a view to take up winter quarters at that point. The Central train brought down from Staunton, last evening twenty four Yankee prisoners, whose capture by Capt. McNeill, is Hardy county, we have here Store noticed. Among the party was the Pierpont sheriff of Barbour county, who we liars, has been very active in carrying out the honest of his Yankee masters in that county, and in collecting revenue from the people to support the hireling of Lincoln in their crusade upon the loyal citizens of the Northwest.
Barbour (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Border. There was an nows of speculation, received from the army near Fredericksburg yesterday. It was rumored in camp that the Federal army had returned to Alexandria, with a view to take up winter quarters at that point. The Central train brought down from Staunton, last evening twenty four Yankee prisoners, whose capture by Capt. McNeill, is Hardy county, we have here Store noticed. Among the party was the Pierpont sheriff of Barbour county, who we liars, has been very active in carrying out the honest of his Yankee masters in that county, and in collecting revenue from the people to support the hireling of Lincoln in their crusade upon the loyal citizens of the Northwest.
Hardy County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Border. There was an nows of speculation, received from the army near Fredericksburg yesterday. It was rumored in camp that the Federal army had returned to Alexandria, with a view to take up winter quarters at that point. The Central train brought down from Staunton, last evening twenty four Yankee prisoners, whose capture by Capt. McNeill, is Hardy county, we have here Store noticed. Among the party was the Pierpont sheriff of Barbour county, who we liars, has been very active in carrying out the honest of his Yankee masters in that county, and in collecting revenue from the people to support the hireling of Lincoln in their crusade upon the loyal citizens of the Northwest.
, except Salt. We append the whole sale quotations, from which the reader may ascertain the prices of various articles or merchandise at the stores as well as at auctions: Provisions,--Bacon — Hoground, 61@75c; Harce; 80c; Butter, in packages, $1.25@1.25; Lard, 70@75c; Cheese $1.15@1.50. Groceries.--Brown Sugar; $1; Refined, $1.25@1.25; Molasses is very scarce and sells by auction at $1 per gallon; Coffee, $3.80@4; Candies, 07; Tea, 6@5; Country Soap, 61@61c, Turpentine do., 90@$1; Rice, 2 @2½ Salt, 25@35; per lb. Breadstuffs--Flour — Superfine, $20; Extra $21@22; Family, $25@25; Corn Meal, $3.50 bushel; Wheat — the Government agent is paying but $3.50 and this seems to be the starting price at the mills for prime white and red. The mills have not yet fully commenced operation. The market is unsettled. Corn, $1.50 per bushel'; Hye $3@3.50 per bushel. Miscellaneous--Apples are going up, and we quote to day $35 @45 per barrel; and in dement; Dried Apple, $5@5.50 pe
Farmers' B'k 163 firm; inst Co State of Va 21½ Real Estate.--There have been no sales of importance this week. Two desirable dwellings in Grace, near 18th street offered Thursday afternoon, were withdrawn the hide being below the owner's views. The usual announcement at this period, that "the taxes for the present year will be paid by the purchaser," will induce more caution on the part of buyers until the probable action of Congress and the State Legislature in respect to taxation for 1863 is developed. In the line of Groceries and Produce everything is advancing, except Salt. We append the whole sale quotations, from which the reader may ascertain the prices of various articles or merchandise at the stores as well as at auctions: Provisions,--Bacon — Hoground, 61@75c; Harce; 80c; Butter, in packages, $1.25@1.25; Lard, 70@75c; Cheese $1.15@1.50. Groceries.--Brown Sugar; $1; Refined, $1.25@1.25; Molasses is very scarce and sells by auction at $1 per gallon; C
uperfine, $20; Extra $21@22; Family, $25@25; Corn Meal, $3.50 bushel; Wheat — the Government agent is paying but $3.50 and this seems to be the starting price at the mills for prime white and red. The mills have not yet fully commenced operation. The market is unsettled. Corn, $1.50 per bushel'; Hye $3@3.50 per bushel. Miscellaneous--Apples are going up, and we quote to day $35 @45 per barrel; and in dement; Dried Apple, $5@5.50 per bushel; Dried Peaches $5 @$10; Rev. 15 per 10 cwt; Baled Cats, $7; Onfous, $10@50 per bbl; Potatoes--Irish, $4@ Sweet 7@8 per bushel, and very scarce. Bread-- Pilot, 14c; Water Crackers, 16c; Soda Cracker $6c per 15. Liquor.--Notional. The tendency is to We quote Whiskey at $25@25;Apply brisk at $20; and French Brandy, (but lit to market,) at $50. Messrs Robinson Adams & Co's sale on following prices were obtained: Orleans Sugar, in hhds, do, in bbls. sugar, $1.29@1.25; Crushed of 2½ Molasses, $10.75 @ Super Crab
ring $1.50 and seizing $1.50. The amount of coin offering is increasing and a further decline in anticipated. This decline fiscals fly owing to the increased amount of Stalling Exchange in the market, which the brokers are selling at $8.12 ½ prem. Fartios who here remitted and sold Confederates, bonds abroad at a comparatively small discount, can afford to and rabid the speciate rates, and while this competition excels the premium for specie will be liable to further decline. Virginia and North Carolina bank notes are firm at last quotations. Bonds and Stocks.--The demand for Confederate bonds (100 mts) is improving whilst the disposition to invest in State Stocks seems to be less active. From recent sales we quote Confederate bonds at par and int — brokers, offering 99½ @22d. Virginia 6's registered 110--dull; North Carolina do 131--a decline; do eights 116 and int; city of Petersburg bond; 126 and int; South side R R deguared 128 and int; Va Cent E R bonds 1st most 112; va
ise at the stores as well as at auctions: Provisions,--Bacon — Hoground, 61@75c; Harce; 80c; Butter, in packages, $1.25@1.25; Lard, 70@75c; Cheese $1.15@1.50. Groceries.--Brown Sugar; $1; Refined, $1.25@1.25; Molasses is very scarce and sells by auction at $1 per gallon; Coffee, $3.80@4; Candies, 07; Tea, 6@5; Country Soap, 61@61c, Turpentine do., 90@$1; Rice, 2 @2½ Salt, 25@35; per lb. Breadstuffs--Flour — Superfine, $20; Extra $21@22; Family, $25@25; Corn Meal, $3.50 bushel; Wheat — the Government agent is paying but $3.50 and this seems to be the starting price at the mills for prime white and red. The mills have not yet fully commenced operation. The market is unsettled. Corn, $1.50 per bushel'; Hye $3@3.50 per bushel. Miscellaneous--Apples are going up, and we quote to day $35 @45 per barrel; and in dement; Dried Apple, $5@5.50 per bushel; Dried Peaches $5 @$10; Rev. 15 per 10 cwt; Baled Cats, $7; Onfous, $10@50 per bbl; Potatoes--Irish, $4@ Sweet 7@8 per bu
January 10th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 1
Saturday, January 10, 1863. Specie and Bank Notes--Since our last report specie has declined. The brokens are now offering only $1.75@1.80 for gold and selling at $2 @1.05. For silver they are offering $1.50 and seizing $1.50. The amount of coin offering is increasing and a further decline in anticipated. This decline fiscals fly owing to the increased amount of Stalling Exchange in the market, which the brokers are selling at $8.12 ½ prem. Fartios who here remitted and sold Confederates, bonds abroad at a comparatively small discount, can afford to and rabid the speciate rates, and while this competition excels the premium for specie will be liable to further decline. Virginia and North Carolina bank notes are firm at last quotations. Bonds and Stocks.--The demand for Confederate bonds (100 mts) is improving whilst the disposition to invest in State Stocks seems to be less active. From recent sales we quote Confederate bonds at par and int — brokers, offering 99½
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