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The Daily Times.
NllMBER72. " RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1887. _ ONE CENT.
THK HAILY TIMES.
? AT fHB FOLLOWING
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f the i
t , ,n ii laud \ ai ??, "Senator
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. in ber ?
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, daughter of Bi
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. ... beauty. Sli"
it and a I
M toe Maa
: ? p ol -?. ' ?. The
rtment accorded thu
taken the I
. .m:iI comp
' er Pleoito
? o Japan, baa iv neat, plump
- i - (lack ii--- ak> a and the
i Sha uaad t<>
. m> and looked pict.
h i nm? appean
? - ' -ii. latest stria.
FOR MAN'S AMUSEMENT.
? * -il \*- under the mun
f -I ll H. ansi '-.u. ?.!. if nmior
"A Barep of Paperi" waa
night la Kaw fork
ac hundred members ut Um Derfaloali
Ki .. ? ul the Siiult theatre,
bei American debut in "Dort
. . theatre, New York,
Kat ?:,.. tarotably re aired,
i on of tba Int prodnction
intrj (,f dilbert and Rullrrananew
? Fifth Arenue theatre,
inew Loasdon opera company
. who hus bean rounected
Bal mihi and Lottdo i I inns for
* rig for the
1 ? oin. r of Broadway and Pan mount
ftW La. if Ur. Bailey enc
a building be will convert
uiutiM-uifnt houn", I'ontaining
k > nnaeum and exhibition
"Tua tarot inti.- amide' of tba Bagliah
?1 company al preaant on the continent
aearly baan eooaigned in Vianaa
1 'aeyatbeSt, Ja lastta
"('..?? night when waiting to'go on,'tba* ea
'"' : oaeJvea u*. to be playful with
Um mu, ,,? r>f tti?- Hiv brigade attached to the
t}j,;''"- bi U ? i awn arorde, they 'trotted
? ? i gi . lad ui h.in from behind
meir fun ' i ba offl ? r had narai boan *? k>
?"'"l lu bia life, and ,at oma lodged ins ronv
Plu" ' . ? Mi Cm ti.' n-pra
e?iiu?tiv,. maa samraonedto toe police court)
and things were looking arrloua whan aoma
aaa anal .-?happy ngctKfrfn That was timt
*rtl ' ' liree fifth) DaaJda aboukl malm
eaten* bykiaaing tba gallant afBoar. Thal
OnWied Uk- UiHb ?
GEN. THOMAS MOONLIGHT.
NVtmlnatfri for ?.<>\?ni..i ni \\ y, hiiIiijj l>y
mi Thomas Moonlight, nrbo hai been
ed f<T Um poaii ion of go\ ernor > t \ .
i native of Arboath, I
?titiid. and irat born No\ I ?
serving as cabin
bi \ on ?
bara !?? ? Iding to
the wast bil
>? ai a fara
v\ hen tlji> civil war
. ool In 1861
ba irani lo tba trw t
aa ;i .
dier In \ ha iva.ry
torioua ? " ii 'l ii " t
rosa to tba rank ol
?I. At tl tion of I tiea ba waa
bn i i ai.
Gan Blonnlighl waa a Douglas Denn
originally, bul became a Repttl
in 1804 in 1888 ba waa
bo 1874 . ? .
in (bo nw .i
part; o for
lb '1 for govt rnor a
i rii' .
LOUIS K. CHURCH.
Appointfii Governor af Dakota i?y l*r???i
Praal. ? and ba* jual mada a aeleo
ia office of governor of Dakota in
tl:' | n in of Judge Louia Coaautb Ohurcb.
IO years of aga 11 I waa born
'?' V fi ; oVtica b* i* n Ilerno
t, and as each waa aleen I resent tba
First diatriol of
? viaf .i ma?
jority of 1,200. Mr.
I ? bor?
ough ly familiar
with t hr weal ,
having trav< ledex
to the asl
Ho ia a lineal de
snt of Caps.
Samuel Church Lorot K, CHI
and Col Timothy Church, both of whoo
modi > i amea for I
during I -
ney B, Church, a Brooklyn lawyer of
waa hi- father, Latterly
('hm-h ha* resided in Dakota, I.
? i at <'ii tba au]
thai territory about a ?
ta bids fi oe of thc '
and on this <
ix- admitted to itotebi od, Ur.
ut) just al thu time
tended wil ? - Inten
^ -tf*K '. '
of tbr old fashioned kind *?ro
e appearing on the doora of Cai
Kim lum! a. Hayes.
Mr. rd A, Hayes, the ekh I sa
i ? . ta |
N. Sherman, the
Norwalk, <?. Tba
of great Impor
quiet one, only the
near n lativea and
Inti nate friend - i (
the tamil)* i
" . Hayea
: ana urn?
ing niau, with a
BCHAlD k. BATK& aandy rompta
anil eyeglasses Be ia a lawyer, uud
is thc junior member of the Toledo
law firm of Bwayne, Bwayne &
Haves. Though he baa oof the proportiona
and dignified bearkuj ol his father, Burchard
gives fair protnisa of making himself a light
in the legal profession.
How t<? Keep Healthy.
A New Hampshire a oman, aged BO yann,
when ashed recently bow aha badkepVian
Kif ao vigorous and healthy, replied: "By
novar allowing myself to frot over things I
cannot help by taking a nap and some
?> two avery day of any Ufo, by never
taking my washing, ironing and bettina to
b I with mo, uud by oiling all the varUoua
wheels of a busy lift: with an Implicit faith
thal thara ll a brain and a baift to thu
great universe, lind that 1 could trubt thew
An old Epitaph*
Janrs Pays, the novelist, In bia I
Than Water," OJUOb ? l I - <
pathetic and expressive epitaphs al >?
. ui old womaawho waa always tired,
i ,- ? ? iifad ta * boase whare aoaervant wai
Ai. l h i last worisaa earth wera, "fasal frisaaa,
I urn .
winn , aaaUaaj i? aToaa, aar ctarnmaj aat
Where an thtnea win be just axarS to my
For when theran no aattag there > no washing
nf ii. oas
rube *h iv loud anthemsforevea ararisgmf,
But, bavins; no i ? . t ault of the stagssjf.
Don't Bidura for aaa aaw, and moan forme
Fur I'm fcouitf to do nothing for evef and erer.
Detroit free rVaam
BfBMM lory flat for I luMmu.
Tho dado hun r?>t hi* longed fur cane,
Til" m. 11 has fol arr ahatalalns.
i Mi liaaa^latf aaalskmapcaeja,
Tin husbands' got Lin pspar ruck,
1 lw< (i.iu;;litr'B fat btl new bil. ureas,
Th tana aaa act in* Bafaanaj pivaa,
1 hu ?dMor, wv pauiic U> fc?y,
Han gol 4?rj bun/ day.
GROWTH OF THE SKATE.
A HISTORY OF ITS ORIGIN AND
Th? Original aildlag H?ni'-Tl'p Dutch
tiir iir>? to Invent su ut ??*? Dome Hasely
Adriee t<> BeekleM Daretaaa <>f the
Tba moat | abu af all outdoor winter
anora is lee nkatin ?. Thai ll doul '.1 ? duo to
tba fa t that eating b mexrwiusirs, ard tho
IRKi ' \*. BEND.
I Bl I ?' I ? : M.!..
poorest country lad with bb seventy-five
lan Bet may enjoy the
Sport on the :.?
thal ??? a \ andei hilt,
to whom the i ire of |10 for a i?.-11 r- of
' < 'lu'. .- i ?! |: iii ? The conn
it of ice skating -roller skating for a
time enjoyed unparalleled pr< tperi ?. which
*? ms, however, :> have finally depai
The hum ?? in ii i riler skating
attained may be explained bj ita not being
Euhjfvt to ti,., ahimi of Ihe sheather, the
sport being su.ptibleofaagi ti tnent
__^J in summer as in
winter. But lea
skating in tnt ?
nir produc a an ex?
hilaration not to
-Vi '?" obtained hy
'."?^ ? ? * .. on the roll
tl.... BL.. ?? ,1 tvjil ,.on.
\ |uently always
original bobb skats, i*, popular. Tba
art of skating ia carried to th., greatest per
fectionin Ho land, srberoth?numerouscanals
make it pottdblo for everyone to Indulge In
the pastime, and even to utilise it in ev<
da] winter life rhere aro as many styles of
tost and every
skating na racteria
With a Uti ice a peri ? -iIy
acquire the arl of' rutting the figure \" mak?
ing a "apr or other figures upon the
ice a ttb the uiarp edges of b
liostdovol es of the sport pride themselves
up n tba length of 'Ix- sweep which they
mai.' This is called the "outward roll," and
particul ag ladies,
v. lill es?
corts, as it B I
display all th
and t am ol balance
al the command of
th?. ska! i\ Tba
; couple illus! i * <eem to ht
entirely absorbed In their own graceful move
tnenta ai to In- quite oblivious of the fact that
they are I ein ; hatentl] watched I>y the artist,
who N sketching them.
Bleating is rery ancient, having been prac
ticed in the northfpf Europe al least a thou
nmd years ago, The firs! approach to th*
modi iras made by I and
simply a piece of ano 'th l> tn i bout
the fool bj means of corda WTith these slid
lng was pra ticablo, bul there was no means
? f propelling oneself, and therefore woo
? with sharp i??nit-^i Iron ferrules rn
employed to furnish the motive powei li?
eut of the oi; rinal skate here presented I
curate, so far as tho skate itaeli ia !erned,
but it is hardly probable thal Waukenphast
sboea were u I In those days
These primitive contrivances were maa
it a short time, for the Hollanders soon da
vised a skate which
embodied tba essen?
tial principlea of
These were at first
dutch bookbs sith the end of tba
runner tapering off to nothing In an axtanaiva
Curve over tba toa This, in a reduced form,
but with scarcely any other modifications,
constitutes the*Dutch Rocker," which may
to thia day u* found bi tba possession ol many
fanner boya, banded down from theil grand
fathers, whose limited capital will not admit
of their buying the mora modern Mini expan
After tba antiquated and ungainly, but
withal serviceable, "Dutch Rocker" came
the "Grecian Bend," which projected for
?bout an bach bayoud tba wood at the toa ami
h ?? I, running to a point, or nearly vj. attach
and. This was probably the best skate for
all purposes ever made, combining ai lt did
streich and durability With symmetry und
ligbtnaaa Up to this Mme skates had always
been made with ?he bottoms of the steel rmi
nam quita flat, necessitating frequent -harp
ailing of the blade, g - ?
I. avoid thi^ /B^wawiiiwhwr
wore intrudi.o-d H ll .
In those bkateji a ii:i; SOCKJUL
groo\o was ground int.) Uk* middle of tbs i a
tiro length of flu-sliding surface Of tbwttteol
i"unner, thus giving a well d>?lined wigu to
"push oft"" with. "Greased Bottoms," as well
ns Hat illillawa, *r< used OB th'? < Sub skat** of
tho present day, which are aa bnprovement
simply upon Uio fastening appsjiatui of thu
old stylo, in Um ?Club" thu rimal u uiudu
entirely of sto.:l or iron and is faabmad to th*
thick sol* of Um boot bf means of a damp 0|>
e'atcd either by a key and thnuidl>olt 01 el?e
I y n lever.
Tho danger of laang injured seriously whilo
uiduJging In the fascinating exercise is greatly
ovciestimuUxL No ono uvur heard of a nov?
ice hurting hiiiiMwlf, anil with reasonable cars
Sha expert will always be ablo to fall in such
a manner a* to esc*fte with only a slight
A young lady m Hamilton, Conn., received
the ether das/ iff express a f ortr pound bax
Interesting I m ni .? n i - and Go?*lp.
\V saflUIOTOP, January 18.?Among tho
communications received and referred
was ? memorial (presented by Mr. Brown)
from the citizen*, of Cedartown, Ga., for
the repeal of the internal revenue laws.
Bills were reported from committees
and placed on the calendar, as follows:
By Mi Hoar, from the Library Com?
mittee: For the erection Of a monument
to the iiclto soldiers and sailors who pave
their lives lo the preservation of the Gov
By Mr. Wildon from the Postoffice
Committee: Concerning poatofflcea of
the third class; also ? proposition (as an
amendment to the poetofHce appropriation
billi appropriating four hundred thousand
dollars to carry mails between die United
Btatea Mid Brazil and Central and South
By Mr Gorman, from the Committee
on Commerce: Appropriating three hun?
dred thousand dollars for Um jetties of
Mr. Bland, of Missouri, from the Com?
mittee on Coinage, Weights and Meas
ares, reported back the n solution calling
upon the Secretary of the Treasury for
information ai to the monthly purchast -
and coinage of lilver during the las! fiscal
year and llie firsl -ix months of the pref
cut fiscal year, and also the information al
to win tin r the law ri quiring the purchase
and coinage ol not lesa 'ban $2,000,000
worth of -il vcr bullion bad been ci implied
The door was then accorded to the (lom
mi (tee on thc Judiciary.
A bill was pasted givingthfl consent of
Congress to the agreement between thc
commissioner! appointed by the State of
New York and the commissioner! ap?
pointed by the State of New Jersey rc
apecting the location of the boundary
line between the-c States
The following bills were alto pawed:
Authorizing the service of civil and crim?
inal proces! issued by any territorial
court, with Indian and military reserva?
tion! and the Yellow stone National park
Changing the lines between the Eastern ?
and Westerji Judicial Districts of North
Amending the law regulating the rc-.
moval of cause- from State to Federal
courts, tl'he bill increase! the minimum
jurisdiction of the Circuit Courts from
1500 to $2,000, take- away from the Cir?
cuit < loom jurisdiction of causes in favor
of assignee! of promissory notes and
bill- of exchange, and restrict! to the de?
fendant the riLrht to remove cause from
the state to the Federal Court, etc.)
I Vt is ami HKABHAYS.
Secretary Lamar wai the only absentee
at the Cabinet meeting yesterday.
The Senate District Committee will
meet to dav and probably pa-- upon
The Na\al \tfairs Committee ban
agreed to amend the Navy Department
reorganization bill to provide for promo?
tions from the -tatT and line alike.
Mr William A. Bowers and bride and
Mr. and Mri William '['hom, all of Rich?
mond, are at the Kbbilt House, and J. W.
Jones, of Richmond, is; at the St. James
The delegati - of the Bricklayer's inter?
national Union called on the President
yesterday, and last night attended a ball
given in their honor by the fellow craft
The Whin- House was closed to visi?
tor! yesterday, as a force of workmen
wai engaged in decorating the etsi room
for the rei eption to the diplomatic corps.
The (.nd reception of .Sirs. Cleveland,
from 12 to i o'clock, was weil attended.
The House Committee on Ways nm!
Means agreed to a substitute for the bill
of Mr. Breckenridge of Arkansas, abolish
lng Unnecessary customs districts and of
li< cn- lt contains none of the adinini
tlathe features of the original bill; abol
Ishes sixty ports, ]?? a\inlt seventy-five;
dispenses with uki employees ami saves
annually to the Government $100,000.
Among the districts abolished are those
of Alexandria, Cherrystone, Petersburg,
Tappahannock, and Richmond, Va. It
provides that the Alexandria business
lie transferred to the Georgetown |Dis
trift of Columbia) district.
Much W ri'ckauf Along the Count.
Foin MonsoK, Ya., .January Bi ? The
coast lUryey steamer Blake has arrived
from New York. She reports passing
mach wreckage. She coals at Newport
.Ni Ah. and goes south for the winter'.
Narrowly Kxcapi-d Suffocation.
SfRJUGPIKLD, Mass., January Bi.?A
tire at Holyoke this morning destroyed
$18,800 worth of property. Phillip Hopp
A: Co.'aclothing establishment was bumed
OUt, and the stock, valued at $14(000, com?
pletely ruined. Persons living iu the
tenement overhead narrowly escaped suf?
Jennie Hcdick lound Guilty.
Kansas City, January Bl.?The jury
in the case of Jennie lledick, charged
with abetting the murder of William
Donohue, her cousin, by Frederick
Priestly, her lover, returned a verdict last
night Duding her guilty as an accessory
before tba fact. Her sentence has not
been iixed. Priestly ls Mill at large
I unt'ul of John Itoarh.
rfsTVJ Yokk, January Bi?The funeral
of John Keach took place at ll o'clock
this morning from Ht. Paul's M. E.
The pallbearers were Messrs. George
w. Qulotard, George K. Weed, 0. H.
Mallory, James K. Ward, Andrew Fletch?
er, William Howland, and William
Tiie Kev. Dr. McChesney, the rector,
conducted the serviles, assisted by
Bishops Harris of thia State and the Rev.
Dr. Goss. The interment was at Green?
IIAI'I'KMM.S AT IIO.MK AMI AIUtOAD
?ai nan om nu: wuum.
Weather Indications Total Kallroari Mi?
nster Funeral of John Koueh - Wreck
u^e AlaaSg the CoSSSl Narrowly ?seSSBOSl
SiifTo, ation What (Governor Swineford
Say*- &c, &t\
CAPTfJaWD IN WINNII?K<;.
Arrent of Blackstone, the Fortland Hank
( nCAOO, .Bnuary 18.?A special from
Winnipeg, Man., nays: HowardT.Buick'
stone, tba defaulting bank clerk of the
Canal National Hank of Portland, Ks
was arrested here last night on l charge
of forgery by C. M. Warmed, the sheriff
of Oxford county, Me., and St. Paul
detectives. Blackstone, it is understood,
fled from Portland in November, after
defrauding the bank of |?6,000. Hi M
cured this amount by enlarging checks,
and his depredstioni extended over a
period of two years. The money was all
-pent in speculation. Wanncl tracked
him by following his wife from Portland
here. He went ben under Hie alias of
\\ ..tiller I ixl i, nt lons.
WasniHGTOH,January 13. -Indications
for Virginia for the next twenty four
hours, commencing at up m.: Easterly
winds; fsir weather, becoming slightly
Want Oeseinee Bwinefwrd Hays of nu
m I'.ri., Minn.. January 18.?Gov.
Swim ford, of Alaska, arrived here yes?
terday. He told a reporter that the White
population of Alaska lias more than
doubled in eighteen months. He will visit
Washington before his return and urge
upon Congress the necessity of taking
itepi for the development of Alaska.
A Bridegroom'* Sith Ide.
LOUIBTILLK, Ky., January 18.?The
Cow ?<'< /'.A", imaTt Morgantown, Butler
county. Ky., special gives the revolting
details of the suicide of S. M. Sterrit.
Sterritt was | mau of BOOBl 40 years of
age. and had just married. His motlier
and sister objected lo the match, and re?
fused to allow him to bring his bride to
theil home. Ile told them if he could
not live lhere he would not live any
where, and went to his room,
secured ? razor, bul was prevented
from using it upon himself by
his brother, '."hen he left, vowing thal
he would carry out his purpose Friends
Who had learned of bil state of mimi fol?
lowed him on horseback. One of them
came up with him at a point in tight of
the house where be had left his bride of
twenty-four hours. Sterritt called out
to bim not to approach bim, and before
his friend could pit rent it seized his chin
whiskers, al the same time raising his
neck and slashing it BCrOM several times
with a razor. Sterritt then s/slked about
(WO hundred yards and dropped dead.
LATEST FORKIOM NKWN.
Thc Crisis in flsiBSBBJ
Bl-Ul.IN. January BL?Yesterday was
another dav (d' great interest in the
Reichstag. Both Prime Bismarck and
Herr Windtborst, his opponent, spoke
long ate! eloquently. The popular feel*
lng li plainly with ihe Government In its
design to strengthen the frontf era against
possible foreign invasion. Among other
tbingi the Chancellor said: "lu three
yean we might be confronted with altered
circumatsneea. To be sure it is also Im?
possible 10 calculate the position of Sf
lairs aeven years hence, but during that
period the efficiency <>f the army would be
secured and a compromise would he poi
Yii-.nna, January 18.?It is learned
from semi-official sources that Prince
Bismarck*! speech in the Reichstag yes?
terday meet)* with lively rec ignition in
Government circles, tis it is thought t<>
-how that he ls trying to effect an entenU
cordial* between the Cabinets at Bt. Pe?
tersburg and Vienna.
The Vienna prc ks heartily approve!
the language Of the speeches so far as it
relates to France, but the passages con?
cerning Austria are not read with much
The HiiHhiuiiH I'leane*!.
Sr. Pi.TKUsui ge, January Bl.?The
Journal di 8t Ptttnburg says it is grati
lied at the reply given to the Bulgarian
deputation by ll. Goblet, Prime Minister
of France, and M. Flourcns, French Min?
ister of Foreign Altair*, advising Bul?
garia to COOM t<> tcrnm with Rosana and
Turkey. The JoWThOl also expresses lat
lief action with the manner in which the
| Ji/urnaldes Ihtxit*commented on theadvice
and describes the French papers' declara?
tions as "appropriate," and adds ?. " These
I incidents prove that thereto a general
appeasement and peace, which we are
grateful to record; and the new year, we
hope, will not falsify the favorable prog?
nostications with which it commences '
Not a Dynamite Sympathizer.
DtJBLIn*, January 18.?The convict
Daly, who is undergoing a sentence of
servitude for life at Limerick for com
plicity in a dynamite conspiracy, baa
obtained an interview with Mr. William
Abraham, member of parliament, with
the view of making a public statement.
According to his own storv. Daly never
sympathized with the dynamiters and
had a violent quarrel with O'Donovan
Hossa on this account. He claims that
his arrest was the result of deception,
trickery, and betrayal.
The Outlook lo Ireland.
Belfast, January 13?The Viceroy,
replying to an address which was pre?
sented lo him in this city yesterday, said
thal, in his opinion, the political outlook
is helter than it was a few months ago.
Through the patriotic efforts of the anani
secretary, a real advance had been made
In overcoming many difficulties, and the
speaker was confident that the endeavors
?il the government would be attended
with lasting success.
Fatal Itnilrnad 10 1*1. r.
Omaha. Nkii., January Bl?The Mis?
souri Pacific express, which left here last
night for St. Louis, was derailed near
Dunbar, Neb. Engineer Dewitt, of Wy?
andotte. Kan., was killed, and Fireman
Gales was probably fatally scalded. Ex?
press Messenger Chonowhn had his skull
fatally fractured. Twenty passengers
were injured. A rail hail been delibe?
rately loosened, and there is no doubt
that tlie disaster was paused by some one
who had a grudge to satisfy: Engineer
Dewitt refused to join the strikers last
fall, ami has been disliked by them ever
Omaha, Nkii., January Fl?I). W.
Hoff man and James Bell have beSal ar?
rested and lodged in jail at Nebraska City
on the charge of wrecking the Missouri
Pacific passenger train Tuesday night at
Dunbar, censing the death of Engineer
Dewitt and fatally injuring Kxprcss
Chenowith. The prisoners were arrested
at Dunbar and taken to Nebraska City
to avoid lynching by theenraged citizens
Reported by C. W. Branch A I o., bani
and brokers. No. lill Main sire. t.
New York Stock Market.
Nsw Yobs. January IS.?Outside of the
rapid fluctuation in some of the Southern
eecuritM - thc general market to-day bas hean
a dud and feaiureleas one, bur on the whola
, fairly st \idv, and during the last hour of the
day showed evidences of strength. We think
j that if the bugbear Of legislation were re
moved that wc would baveamuch higher
! market, as there is, without any doubt, a
large amount of money waiting a chance of
i Investment and debarred only by this ona
i feature. Thl rise late In the dav on a rumor
that further debate on the inter-8tate bill
would postpone any vote until nazi week
givei ari indication of the general temper of
llation and what the result would bu if
deterred elements were definitely removed.
lt may bs as weil, however, to be careful (> t
a time and see the position mora absolutely
-e< un- before acting largely ; bul we are free
to confess that our ideas arc bullish on?a
Prices closed strung. Money ?-> to I'
Statk Sk'nunns. RM. Atked.
North Carolina Cs, e., 100
North Carolina ffa. c 124 125
Virginia (Fa, consols, M ?
Virginia 6*a, peeler-. 12 ?
Virginia 8-4-6 HMO's. 42 ?
Virginia S's, new, Mi ott
Virginia consol coupons, old, M ?
Virginiaconsol coupons, J ul v. 'SB,*
Januarv, '85. BS 36
Richmond 8's, 141 ?
Ricbraondffs, 121 1211
? K klLBOAD ST", aa,
Canada Southern, ?U fm
Del., Lack, and western, ISM ISM
Erie, :ui lei
E. Tenn., 1st preferred, 7<* #*
E. Tenn., i'd preferred, SS Si's
K. Tenn., eommon, i-r>j IO
Hocking Valley, SS 3i>t
Jersey Central, Bil 82
Lake-8hore, SH Mal
Louisville and Nashville. ON 05f
M.. K.l.. .'il* 31}
N. il W., prc ferrel. BM 68|
New York and Now England, Mi Bag
Northwestern, li'-'i US
Northern Pacific, 80 SOI
NcwYorkCeutr.il. 1121 113
Petersburg. BB] foi
Pacific Mail. MM lbj
Reading, Bsa] BB
Richmond Terminal, 47 47i
R., P., arel P. div. nb!iga.. SSI !?
St. Paul. BM SSI
Dnion Pacific, SBi SBi
Western Dnion Tel . 74| 741
Rah aoAD Boms,
Mast Tennessee Vs. BB **>i
Richmond ard Allegheny, 1st, To 71
Virginia Midland, Incomes, Vt BB
Georgia Pacific, lat, 108 ill
I; and I? debentures 108 US
Texas-Pacific Rio's, "44 75
A. and P. incnie*.. 2?j 20
Kew Orleans Pacific, certs.. w-5 H.>
Shenandoah Valley, gen'l wa, IO 45
Cbieaajo Grata kihi Produce >i?rk*t.
Reported by C, B, Redford A Oby Grain
Commission Merchants, No.8South Twelfth
' nu \<.o, January IS, 1H*7.
Highest. Lowest Closing.
Manb. ' 781 7si
april, BB| 7!>i
May. Mj | M|
January, BBi w>k
February, 3?i* SBi
March, 30j M
May, a 4l|
i February, 20| *J?>i
! March, BB| 2fil
May. 31 30*
i January, 11.87 11.05
February, U.S7 ll.KT)
May. USS 1182
February, 6.48 6.30
March, " 8.47 8.49
May. BJT BJB
January, OOO S.85
Fe!.mary, OOO BJB
March, 0.12 6.02
May, SSI 8.11
Estimated receipts of hogs, 2X.0O0
( Ol li.
Highest. Lowest Closing
The wheat market bal ruled very dull and
steady today. Opening was steady at lani
night! figures, and market sold up ons
quarter cent. Healers then took |M>v*wsioa,
and until doss market fluctuated within
range of half cent, very little outside trading
being done Foreign complication*, togt ther
with heavy exerts and slightly better ce*
blas, made the feeling among local crowd
rather more bullish. Prediction*, are for do
crease in receipts at Northwest, and if they
are correct and heavy outward inovemeut
Continues, will instill In decreasing visible
supply and consequent higher price*, tura
weaker. Pressure of heavy receipt** and the
comparative light shipping demand sasses tea)
heavy f?>r market to stand, and unless re?
ceipts hold up think priced cannot be sus?
tained. Provisions active and on the whola
higher all around. Hogs coming iu mod?