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RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1880.
THE DAILI TIMKS.
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, v-inv ros, D ' November in
Virgin i, light rains,
iii weather in the eastern
j w ind-.
\ rth I av.lina and South I
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-boc h< ad Btreet,
? 16 188(
M. M. P.M.
illili: wini -i M >i \i:\ .
hunt: himself al the Hotel
the Hungarian artist, hs
Huron. < mt terday de*
- killed at Norri-tow n,
_ under the Readinj
.?ians and Poles have
.ms riot al Gilbert,
hop Elder is i.i favor ol
mure impressive marriage cere
: one of tho-.' Mexican rows j?
in the Kio
W h made in La
Ed a tn his
ind reappeared in New York
irrison, <>f ('hicago, has
ition to pardon the
k-making concern of
All niel in < hicago. The
..i thi- place is as tireson
Huntington, Tenn., killed
? ! >;nw iddie(colored), charged with
odie Aldermen's trials began in
Si ? Vurk un the i
- lu have thc Support ul all
uni i* lat un- of her
M tip Line will
nu ol in the Liver
i ii trade
nts of Labor bas been
. Khiladelphia. December 6th.
? n. nineteen year-old, went
i day at Wilke-' ,
Lilied by the bursting of his
Mr - London, Whose mar
to _M - annulled In the
i . ,.
i jury met yesterday
d in Indianapolis, ann
ry into the alleged election ii i
j will probably be busy for
i | 'obt this morning an
the dissolution bf the ontario
ment and the appointment of a gen*
'r;ii election for .seminations December
i polling Tv December SMIl
\\ v**iiis<;to\ sotkm.
'Thc following named fourth-cla-- poet
mestera were appointed yesterday for
Ilia 1. Mar-hall. Btone Mountain;
i, \\ Scroggs, \\ shoo.
All of the members of the Cabinet Wen*
pi'i-ent at the meeting yesterday, am! the
-??--ion Waa of Unusual length. 'The an?
nual meses -' wa- und. r i onsideration.
Cen, ral Miles, commanding the De?
partment of Arizona, has assigned Gen.
F ll Grierson, colonel 'Tenth Cavalry,
to thc command <?t th.* district ot
The estimates ft>v tin* maintenance of
the civ il establishment of the Navy forthe
fiscal v .tr are ten million dollars leas than
that of hist year, onlv five millions being
? I foi the construction of -vessels.
'The annual Convention of the Ameri?
can Ornithologists l nion opened here
yesterday at the National Museum, with
President .1. .1. Allen, of New York, in
thc chair. The Inion will be in <-,?--;,,,*
or three days, coonsidering mattera
merest to bird- and ornithologit
'The invitations to ihe coming Na<
isition Convention,on the 7th ol' De?
cember, were mailed mi Saturday night
to thc 800 <\ officio members throughout
the United state-. Four acceptances have
already been received from tl fe t'<> 11??wiii*r
otlicials: Governor Pattison, of Pennsyl?
vania, who -ay- hi- Mat.* will !'(? dilly
culed; Governor Fee, o! Virginia,
nate- aa hi- representative Cap?
tain F. P.. Ilooe. of Alexandria. Ml
'Thomas J the -ei rclarv of the
Pennsylvania Board of Agriculture, and
Henry McShane, the bell manufacturer
MVoi MU I v
Interesting [temi ai Home ami Abroad.
'Tin* steamer Oceanic, which arrived at
San Francisco from Hong Kong and Yo
kohaman, bim of the foundering
of thc Bteamer Normantore off Pashima,
I Japan, with seventy-two persons on
hoard, twelve of whom reached land.
Sunday night, near < larence, Mo,
Was attacked by two
: nukunu n men. who. after takil
money, beal him until he was insensible
and then set tin- to his clothing, inflicting
probably fatal injuries.
In Ni w York !.. Kure' -
steam-fitter, twenty-five years old, who
convicted of being concerned last
..lune, with his Bister-in-law, Annie Mul?
holland, in au attempt io poison hi- wife
three days af ter her confinement, was sen
lenee 1 to ? : >, vcn - ami i i-hi months in
In New Orleans ihe supreme Court af
' firmed thc sentence in thi of Dr.
? nel I Ireifus, convicted of guborna
tion of perjury in connection with the
celebrated Ford murder case. Dreifus
-??illili' e d to seven and a half years
in the penitentiary,
lion. Norman Colman, Commissioner
? United Stai' dural Depart?
ment, delivered an address in Philadel?
phia before the Convention of the Patrons
ol ll:-1 andr} 'The seventh and lu
ihe or.l.r was conferred on F
i I Lui ison, ot Alabama, acting high
Miss Elizabeth Schaffer, the owner ol
Horticultural Hall. Philadelphia, has
made mi oder to -ive thal building to tin*
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society in the
naine of her deceased brother. William
At Martin's Bridge, Ala., while a parly
of ten men welc rafting logs, the -take
holding the li * way. and tlc
came crashing down the stream, killing
ind fatally injuring Thomas
Judge Alfred Shaw died suddenly in
lillians Monday night ol' apoplexy.
?;, publican administratii
Loni- ? "
: nc.nv positions of honor,trusl
At the annual meeting of the National
Cattle Growers' Association, in ( ii.
il wa- decided io unite with
,nal Cattle and Horse Growers'
ion of the United Stati
? r, mw ly appointed p
cl, ik, op irating on the St. Paul limited
train lu tween Minneapolis and Chi
arrested, charged w ith rilling the
ncifi Mt Cahc,thc New N ork boodle
alderman, who was la-l week adie
insane, secured his release mi bail Foin
Ludlow streel jail.
hiv, stigation of the accounts of \\ .1.
Finke, th.- missing county treasurer of
Galveston, Ti ms, shows A deficit ot ..vcr
'Th.* extension of the Pennsylvania
Schuylkill Valley railroad, from Ham
Pottsville, Pa was opened io
.,nd" annual convention ol thc
u and Sanitary
iation l>egan in Chicago
\ i. Kimle, a pioneer men bant ol
San l- rancisco, mid member ol the emu
ion firm of Kimle & Co., is dead.
For thc Aral time in several years tin re
i- m. -nike of an> consequence in Fitts
burg or thc surrounding district.
'The Eagle Cotton Mills Company of
'Taunton Mass., is financially embarrassed
to" the extent of about $50,000
TEE LATEST NEWS.
ACCIDENTS AMI INCIDENTS PROM ALL
SECTIONS KV TELEGRAPH.
The Fire I'<?<?* u*l Whole-sale M ur
< l*-r (' li ii-.-i_*-o Serene and i 'heer*
lui The Daily Suicide** dbe.
The Dm ham I ir*'.
R .leigh, N. C., November lb. A Ore
originated al Durham at 8 A. M.. in the
? ry ot I. H. Atwater, and burned a
part of the business portion of the
town. The loss i- $500,000. The |
arc. Jai ob Kew. div goods, $8,000; A.
M. Pi eneral merchandise $4,000;
R W. Atwater, grocery, $4,000; Lombe,
Slater A German, $16,000; Shelburne art
Kallery, $2,000; E. \ W Itaker, music;
Goldschneider, general merchandise, full
R l'< nv. general merchan?
dise, $11,000; I I Taylor, hard
" 6 K Rawls dry goods,
?: M I Hendon & Co., fur?
niture. $12,000; postoflice i- a total loss.
T. K. A-hley. jeweler, not insured ; Ada
Smith, millinery; Meshley & Meaney,
bani tailor-: Parrish's warehouse
and prize-house, total loss. The Bank of
Durham, Morehead's prize-house, and J.
I Lyons1 residence.
The Baptl-1 CongreM.
Bali mom . November 16 The Bap
ii-t I the 1 tilted States fordis
cussion "t current questions met here to?
day. Kev. w . E. Hatcher, !> I> ,of Rich
mond, presided, with Rei Mr scott, of
v .v STork, secretary. The vice-presidents
Rei Franklin Wilson, D. D
Baltimore, and Rev. .1 B. Thoma-, of
Brooklyn. Kev. I>. ?; B Pepper, of
Wateriiii.- Mc. read s v. rv Interesting
paper on " Inspiration of the Scriptures."
A paper on " Faith < ure-" by Rei Mr.
Whitsett, of Louisville, was read
K S, Ma\um. of Boston, will read a
r on thc " Labor Question."
Ant i-so, ialisin.
\ i ?.. *t okk, November 16. The Pro
pcitv Defence Publishing Association bas
formed with a capital -tuck of $20,
000. Ii will publish t wu weekly journals
one in English and one in German and
it- members will patronize buy.
firms and in other ways combat Anarch
< ?ne of the objects is to procure
ev Idence and prosecute " demagogues and
rioters." The president is James Russell
Walline Professor Edward Atkinson
will edit the paper- The promote:
thai the rapid growths of Socialism make
some organized opposition necessarj
I lu- Ma\ tu ll* * lines.
I un vuh. I ll., November 16.?A lad}
connected ~ Ith one of the rel]
? ieties of the city called upon the V
i rday w ith s petition asking thi ?
ernor to commute the sentence of the
condemned Anarchists from death t<> Im?
prisonment for life. She said she bad no
Sympathy for the nan. and had been
prompted in the work by her opposition
to capita] punishment; bul Hi- H
.med to -vu the petition.
\ Horton* Riot.
Sm in v\n" vii. K v.. November 16 N.
riot occurred al Gilbert on Sunday nighl
between Huns, and Poles who had bei n
wing. Pour men. including rt police?
man, wen- -hot and wounded ? -i\ were
seriously injured by dubs and -tone-.
;iiid another had bis skull split by an
(ino wounded niau will die.
\n mo.. I allure.
div i.i vm?. ( Mini. Nov tuber 16. The
cloak manufacturing and notion
firm of John Samplim i l bis morn
nadean assignment for the benefil of
their creditors, to Emil Joseph, atti
for the firm. The assets are from -
ooo ; -mi. Liabilities al.t >
ono. The firm was considered one of the
mos! substantial In it- line of business in
the count rj
Ml ? Un. I at ( liii:i_.u.
Chu ioo, No mber 16.?At ?r ?
the militia are -till on duly and
quiet i- preserved. The old men ai
lng rapidly taken back to work. There
is -onie talk ol further trouble, bul this is
'lin- Knight-* ul I.ii inn .
NIisni vc-I i_ Minn., Nbvembei 16,
G. P. McG of this city, secrete] y
of the Gem ral Co operatii e Board ol the
hts of Kabor. bas called a meeting of
the board al Philadelphia, December 6th,
to d'v i-c plans for the disposal of the
$40,000 appropriated by the Genera
sembly for i o operative a ork.
Hu- \n. uni rum.ust,T*.
-1 Lot 1-. Nuv ember 16.?United States
Marshal Couzins, of thi- city, has been
notified by the authorities al Washington
to look out for the fillibusterers who are
expected to solicit aid in organizing the
Richmond and Weat Poinl stock was
still itrong in New Vork yesterday. It
closed at 59
All Bicycle. Biouli Brokoa.
Minni. tPOLIS, November Fi?The
forty-eight-hour (eight hours daflyj bi?
cycle race, which commenced la-t Mon?
day, closed saturday night, and all
previous records fm- lix-daya1 racing
'?vin- broken. The competitors were
W. .1. Morgan, II \V Dignam, F.
T M.?ill. Albert Bchock, T. v7.
Eek, and Frank Dingley. All are
well-known professional bicyclists ex?
cepting tin* la-t named. Dingley ls a
Minneapolis boy, and ha- not been in the
-saddle more than a year. Lek broke his
arm alter riding only thirty mile-. Mee
sill wa- attacked with rheumatism on the
-ecoitd dav and had to retire. Morgan's
lime for lin* Kio miles was li; | 2; b?>*. 'The
previous best record made by Prince in
lu'- seventy-two-hour race with Shock was
Vi Morgan in his forty-eight hour-;
covered 740 miles and 1 lap. w hich is 150
miles belter than the best previous record
in thi- kind of a race.
There W , e < N i n.i \-anil-N ine.
I. vi rossi . Wi-.. November 16. Nine?
ty-nine persona were arrested yesterday
for ?violating the Sunday law-. Among
them were C. J. Ring, local passenger
' "t 'lu* Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul railroad; Colonel ,101111-011. yard
master for the Berne company; the mem
beni of the amateur dramatic company
that i ive e performance at d* rm an ia Hall
Sunda) night; saloon-keepers, baker-.
hackmen, and cigarmakers.
\ ion aa the I in i era can fix the time
test cases will be made in regard to each
branch of business. 'The saloons were
run Sunday with wide-open doors, the
barbers did a good business, and most of
the clothing-stores,candy .-Imp**, and other
place- of business Were open to the pub?
lic. Noone was interfered with, but the
police were active In taking the Dames
of the law breakers, and yesterday's ir
reste wen* the result of their vigilance.
Killed by a >ii>i>.
Nashville, November IO.?A specie'
to the American from McKenzie Bays:
charle- Dinwiddie (colored! was arrested
?saturday night, charged with assaulting
and robbing one Jennings, a white man.
A preliminary examination vva- to have
: tv before Sipiirc Mobinc
it having been continued from lu o'clock
day fm- want of counsel 'The negro
inder guard at tin* calaboose, being
in cl Marshal Bryant and other-.
Ahum in o'clock la-t night twenty-five
masked men rode into town,coming from
the direction of Huntington, and pro?
ceeded directly to thc calaboose, where a
portion of tin* crowd instantly rushed
into the calaboose with drawn pistols,
Overpowering the -nani. 'They riddled
the body of the lie_rro wit li pi-tol ball**.
lb*, in lu's frantic ellon io escape, burst
his chain loose from ii- fastening, and
knocked over thc -tove, w hich wa- full of
tire. 'That work bein..: dom*, the nun
mounted ami lett without even speaking
a word. 'The negro was a desperate
Tlie Pestilential Mexicans.
Laredo, 'Tia.. November 16.?De
Riviera, consul hen* for the Mexican
rnment, ha- beci taking testimony
for several days in tue matter of the ar?
rest and imprisonment of Captain Rafael
Pennies, a Mexican citizen in the Laredo
; jail, on a charge of murder committed in
'Tin* fact- in ti. .',? that in
1878 < apiain Pennie-, while commanding
a ooiiipaiiv of Mexican infantry, at New
lo 'ind upon and killed a des
from hi- Company after thc man had
crossed tin* 'Texa- hank ot' the Rio
'Tin* Mexican <lovernmenl will probably
claim damages in the sum that will offset
tin* damages claimed by * utting ai El
Paso. 'I'lie uni;, advantage Cutting will
I have is th< notoriety given bis imprison
1 ineiit. w hile ( apiain Pt males ; nd hi- I
ernment have made but-little noise, but
will present a very stn.
11,. Hoi] i.stat. ,.i -Wedlock.
,* INN \ 1 I I ' \ VI ll,'"'! 16 A I'l ll
? bishop Elder, when asked i: the eli
intend n> carry oul the decrees "i 11..
cent Baltimore Council in regard to the
marriage ceremonies, replied thal it waa
left discretionary with the bishops, but
he thought they would be mon strict
hereafter. M i eremonie - should
not be -o brief, and ihauld be more im
-ive 'Tin- couple should he in a stale
ice, have made a general confession,
and be prepared to receive holy commu?
nion at nuptial m i
\ Horrible Death.
NonmsTOM v F \ November 16.?John
Moran, a bricklayer 85 yean of age, at?
tempted to hoard an afternoon train just
alter it left tin- Reading-railroad Main?
street -talion, and fell under the BOCOnd
car. Both legs were torn oil' at the waist,
and when the t rain caine to a standstill
one limb was pinned down by a wheel.
'The body was disemboweled and frag?
ments of flesh strewn over the road for
considerable distance. Moran letTee I
w ile in Maiiayunk.
The civil-service commimion, in i
arising in the New York cnatom-honae,
ha-decided that the law giving soldiers
the preference in civ il-*-erv ice appoint?
ments does not inply t0 promotions
Lo, tin- I'onr Imli.m.
St. Ar..i stink, s. c. November 1$,
The climate of Florida ix a more power?
ful foe to Geronimo and his band Kian all
the forces of the Knited States army.
The enervating oHmatc and their own
filth are killin_r them olT at the rate of
four a day.
There are 454 bucks, squaws, and pap
pooses at Kurt Marion, while Geronimo
and a dozen others are at Fort Kickens.
They are a hard lol, and it ls considered
unsafe to give them much Uherty. one
solitary pappoose has been born .-ince the
arrival of the savages.
Ni w STonx, November m.?I. Nichol?
son, aged forty-five years. ? Canadian,
?-va- found dead in the Hotel Everett,No.
112 Kaik Row, to-day, having committed
suicide by bangin: himself tu the bedpost.
Ile wa- salesman for the New fork shoe
Manufacturing Company, of Lynn, Mass.
Brazil, Ind., November 16.?ramei
Blackwood, B miner living al Cardunia, is
reported to h;ivc beaten his wife to death
la-t night. Blackwood bas been jailed,
bul is drunk and can give m? connected
,'u count of the matter
i.ust Until Leas.
1. wi v-ti:k. Pa., November 16.?Joseph
McMillen, ion of Captain Elias McMillen,
a prominent citizen of 111i*-*. county had
I both legs cul off thi- evening. He had
been recently appointed SS a new-boy on
the Pennsylvania railroad. Be will die.
Plead \<*t i.nilly.
St. Lot is. November 16.?Frothing*
ham, the express messenger, whose car
was rubbed, pleaded not guilty to the
charge of grand larceny to day, and was
remanded to Jail.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Tin- Ki.les of the llnn-e nf (.mullions.
London, November 16.?The commit-'
tee appointed by the cabinet to prepare s
measure for the reform of the procedure
nib's of the House of Commons held Its
iir-t meeting to-day. The committee is
composed of Kori! Randolph Churchill,
chancellor of the exchequer* sir Michael
Flicks-Beach, chief secretary for Ireland;
Mi. II. Matthews, hoim secretary; Mr K.
Stanhope, colonial secretary, and Mr. NV.
II. Smith, w;ir secretary.
Tin- Derby Nor*--?ber Meatian*.
London, November 16.?This was the
firsi day of the herby November meeting.
Thc race for the Chesterfield Nursery
handicap, of 1,000 sovereigns, for two*
year-olds, distance about five furlongs,
wa- won by Lourdes by s length; Anna
inite wa- second, Bridgman third. There
were twentj -i\ starters. The betting
bc b re the start was seventeen to one
asl Lourdes, ten to o'a/e against Anna*
mite, and four to one against Bridgman.
rile **|ianisii Tobacco Monopoly.
Madrid, Nov ember 16.?Il Ia reported
thal Senor Puigcerver, Minister ol l
nance, will introduce in the Cortes a
. i to place the State tobacco monop?
oly iii the bands of a syndicate of natives
and foreign banker-, wliowill pay the
treasury a fixed rental exceeding the
present income which the Government
*1? ri\ es from thal source.
I lu- i.i-iiiiioii Budget.
Berlin, November 16. -The Budget for
the Empire for 1887 ss b .lances with esti?
mated revenue and expt aditure -c <">".
'.i-bi865 marks, permanent expenditure
bein.'- placed at 631,845,194 'narks, the bal?
ance non-recurring, The total estimated
expenditure show - an li
816 marks over the previoui year.
Baldina ? Bocl *? i??-1 Wectlng.
i. RLIN, N'ovemb r 16. ll frankfort
the police raided s secret meeting of So?
cialists, which wa- being held in the beer
celler of Heinrich Prinz, himself a mili?
tant Socialist. Twenty-five persons .vere
arrested, and documents and lists of mem
were seized. Anion, the prisoners
Wit- a meit haul named Kuli-rabc, ;i t ;in
didate al the munipical elections.
\ Meeting Called to Deaonnce tha Convic?
tion <>i tli.- Chicago anarch?sta.
London, November 16.? A meetinj
British Anarchists has been called to aa*
semble in Cleveland Hall, London, on the
23d inst., to protest against the action of
the Chicago court which tried and ten*
limed spic- ami hii colleagues. The
circular calling the meeting denounces
the jury that convicted the Chicago An*
archistS SS I bribed and packed body, and
condemns Judge Cary for refusing the
prisoners s new trial. The Hon Auberon
Herbert, brother of the Earl of Carnar?
von, will probably preside <?ver the ineet
Pun-* ni -pia] Nan -? ?
That hor-e radish cut in our own mill
and guaranteed strictly pure. This mill
cuts the article uniformly and with entire
deanlsness, and io we claim luperioritJ
over the old hand-grater. Von know
what our Old Dominion Sauce is. (o.i
nols* curs tel! us daily it equals import td
All consumers of thees articles should
ask their irocer for them and take no
other. The t latte supplied by the manu
tacturera -Jonas Bnoa._t Co.,
UM Cary street.
Beported hy C. \V branch at Co., bankers
and brokers, Bo. lill Main street.
Statk Ski itu ri ks. Rid. Anktd.
North Carolina t's, e., 86 ?
? i c., 120 lal
Virginia li's, consuls, 55 ?
Virginia 6*8, peelers, 4'2 ?
Virginia .M-sVlo-ln's*. 44
Virginia 'i's, new, 634
Virginia consol coup.,ns, old, 68 -
Virginia consol coupons, July. '68;
January,'66, 40 44
City Fhn ns.
Richmond tra, 144 145
Richmond o's, U'J ?
Richmond "i's, 103 ?
Richmond 4'a Hil ?
b* VI I.Il" VU Sim Ks
0., preferred, 4<^4 81
Canada Southern. 64-] Ul
Deb, hack and Western. 1*601 I40j|
Fri e. .'Ki 861
E Tenn., 'st [.referred. TU 704
E. Tenn., 2d preferred, 8-j
I!. Tenn., common, 13J 14
Georgia Pacific, 85 1^
HockingValley, 101 40*
h. F. A- W.. 17* 18
Jersey Central, Hf 53*
hake-Shore, 661 '.I*'**
Louisville and Nashville, 621 .-'ii
M., k 1 . S6J :?i4
.V. A W., preferr-d. M-j Bli
New York and New England, 68 691
Yorthwestern. 120J 1291
Yorthern Pacific, ?*H Mi
New York Central, lb',*} 113*?
Petersburg. 71 ?
Pacific .Mail. 55
bea. liii g. 961 :?4
Richmond 'Terminal, 58J
Richmond and Danville, 200
St. I'aul. B6| w-4
Union Pacific, (iii (Ai
rn Union Tel , 76| 7M
1: vu boas Bonos.
E. Tennessee, B's, !?7J 68
Richmond and Allegheny, 1st, 774 7H4
Virginia Midland, incomes. 06 !?i
Georgia Pacific, 1st, 166 ill
Georgia Pacific, 2d, 686 04
I'ecilic Fin's, 71 j 72
Yew Orleans Pacific, certs.. 60 H2
Shenandoah Valley, gcn'l vs, I8J ???
New York Stock .Market.
\ru Yoes:. November 16.- 'The revival nf
general activity has been very marked to
ilav. and has extended tO the whole hst.
Manv stocks which have been neglected for
some weeks pasi having shown evidence <*t
resuscitation in a significant manner. Read?
ing has been very strong, and the belief
-'em- to h.* thal the prolonged investigation
of it- affairs is about drawing to a close ; bot
the outcome maj be more favorable than the
numerous adverse rep..its that have I.cen cir?
culated lately would have indicated.
The new management, however, is 1 capa?
ble one. and w bile its measures may be caus*
?ic th.-y are likely to be effectual. Southern
securities continue to be well purchased and
speculations ? ontlnuea t" be attracted toward
them. The position seems to un to promise
a more extended market and bighi r prices.
The closed waa generally stro-eg. Money, 6
< bleaco Grain ami Pretfaea Market.
Reported by C. F. Rbdfobo A Co.,
OK VIN (i)M\Ilss|(,\ MK Ul Tl ANTS,
NO. li BOOTU TU Kl.l TU -I
CBICABO, Nov.inher 16, 1866
Wheat. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
Dec.inher, 71 71 71j~jf.
.lanuarv, To, . I, 75-|-|r
May, Bli 81,
December, 86 86|
?lanuarv, 871 86-J 374
May, ii, 40H 41}
December, 8 to '.M.*. ii. 15
January, 10.10 10.02 K?n;P
May, iu.17 10.19 10.16
9.00 5.00 5.00
Janui 5.1. 5.15 5.16
February, 5J80 5.17 5.17
Estimated receipt- of hogs, 35,000.
Estimated cars to morrow: W heat, '210;
corn ."?"' oats, 110,
December wheat \'^\^ 74*; calls. 75.
Wheat, Highest. Lowest, closing.
May, 68 ? ?-i 68
December, 18 16j
?lanuarv, 1, h.. 47f
I', tr<J, mn.
;m 7d Tita
\\ heat has ruled strong and higher to
day, opening at last night's figurea ami
cloeing with advance weil sustained. The
correction in visible supply statement,
making the increase 200,000 more than
Was at first reported, had little or no ef
'. i ' mi thc lyarkel. Advance wa- caused
by large clearances from New York,
which i> rumored will reach 400,000
bushels Fig operators have sold wheat
to day, hut BO far have not broken market
any. Toward the close outside buying
increased: unless exports continue brisk
their advance will not hold.
Coin strong and higher on lighter re?
ceipts and in sympathy with wheat. Close
is at outside.
Frovisions steady and dull, most of the
trading being in wheat.