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RICHMOND, IND., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1877.
SINGLE COPY. FIVE CENTS! S PER WEEK. -m.a"-v I- r 3 (fi . - r.i . Exclusively for ths PalUJiasi. TERRIBLE EXPLOSIOM. Kailpr of a Large "aii1 J Fai-t-ry ExpliMlt- Killinir, fru-dihii. and JHrtliiilnif the Eniplr Less i of X,lfa Terrible The Vasaber 0f the Dead Estimated r Fifty e Mere. f roper ly la MUlla .llrWtl Ml lllr. ii air 4 YhE ESPl.OH'ON. ik. Dfo. 20. An explosion. edfaU'lvfulluwed by lire, occurred IUVR mmtlLtH DWtfc iro t i . a , ' 1 . . b- thta .Himin in the Iiboh-bm ;nly man ufactory of Greenfield A Sons, No. 63 Barclay tret. which extends io the i..r of an L, to Culleae Place. The w.Jler. wt loh wa4 umlor the sidewalk .th Hitcl iir iitrxnt M, buffet, tear r ir. front, and scatter- arg number of Ktrls "f all ages wre employed at the time In the building. Th wnlli tell within a fw mtiMttH fter the xololu. A. pollcMUiaii, who was on duty near the build air, atya he .- II. , . I 1... I . . II.. M., saw the iron u ui m uuu'iiim u.n Stories hih, fa" nto lne iret, aa.t.OF EMPLOYES AT WORK NOT "" jfr. GreenfleM. owner of th factory, could Kive no Meaof bow many were In the butiainc at the time or the explo sion, bnt thnuirht about 110. Of ttiea about fifty escaped by the Uon.-jre-plaoe entrance, and a small number not out tbruuirh the akyiiirlite, walked over roofrt. and rot down the tskylUuts of other buildings. UEIT OF TRI BOOKKEEPER OTHER ES CAPES. he bookkeeper, who was on the aruluy att est aile of the building-, was lown iut through a window to the treet and badly cut on the head. Sev ral jiimpeil rum the aecoiui btory and escaped with slight injuries, their fall belutr broken by policemen and citi zens on the sidewalk below. No fair estimate of the loss of Ufa can be riven to-nltfht, but it must be large. ' "OHmCTIH Or THB KMPLOII8. Tti tvtina employed In the factory ' l. ....11.. .. ........ ..Ii-ld nnil Im a a j-tf principally yiUUK fetttoouu vwo ftoox eight to twenty years of age. Owing to the approach of .the holiday a double force was employed, one work Ing during the day and the other at night. " The force is changed at 5 o'clock, and the fact of the explosion occurring at live minutes paet that Lour rendurs itAatlll more difficult to know how many( J who are the victims. The number in the building aCtho time of the disaster Is variously estimated M from 100 to 300. U4'lN,;SEiJH2ly.BBt-A?- t ratdlft U la 1 feared that many not Injured by the explosion were burned to death, lne Barclay-street angle of the- building hM fallen to the grouud. aa has Noa. e& and 67 Barclay street on the lower side and No. 61 on the upper side. Owing to the heat no search can be ' made for those burled in the ruins until to-morrow. SCRBOUNDINOS OF THE BUILDING. The factory building was in the form of the letter L. having entrances at No. Baroiay street aud No. 3 College Place. - Iu the angle were situated the Grocers' . Mauk building and D. D. Tompkins's brown-paper warehouse, both five stories. ' ,. , LOSSES AND INSURANCE. w latter was also burned to the 'groUlv'v'i'v,n t0B nana ouuuing on the aorneT looming - up atone over me .rvKtiS. The bank building is only ln Vjured on the fourth and fifth floors, oaed a a dwelling by the janitor and wtverak families, who lost all thetr fur- flture aud effects. The tulitl noor, oo- wled as law and other oflloes, was ihtly injured oy wawsr, out ine - , of the Dank, on tne grouuu noor, yred no Injury. Tompkins loss is not yet asoer t 'rh. I. hue of A lrtoil1ll A. Kuna , Rotated at 1 100.000. Iusuraoee La&!M00. ' .f A BRAVX, BASH DEED. , 'v Barclay street was a frame .lUllding, with a eigar store on the first li.or.1he upper floors being occupied ' Colonel Freuch tor the last thirty yei. Mr. French and family escaped. Jul the former left l,oo in United Btate bonds tn a buuk-caHe on th. second floor. For engine No. 33 aad of the Twenty Bra 'wjiwed to go - and a"' VUro af knir waafouilt'" huvtirin' mo fon.la. when a aeoona" ttrue tney eutered tnrouJr the n-Vuics and smoke and frroeght out the bouds la safety. NARROW ESCAPES. A number of persons who escaped from the factory with slight injuries, had their wounds dressed in drug stores and went home. - Some of the girls had their hair tuned totally off their heads. , ' COBHKCTIOKS OB iBABLIBB BXAOOXB .. ATIOSS. , ....... The first report wen exaggerated In regard to the number or wounded. Only seventeen were brought to Cham bers street hospital, and none to any other hospital OF WOUNDED AT IKS HOSPITAL. e U'iroea oi tne wounumi iu me , hoeiiiv-f re Ueorge Metb. eighteen - years; J"eter oorau, ; louneen years; Otto Melb. seveiiteen years; Gorge Hansel, ; a veteen years; :'- Joan "Bomm, seventeen years; Frank Schwitsler, flfteea years; Oharlee HeUman. fifteen years; fcd ' ward Collin, eighteen years; George l Sneider, twentr-s' years; Martin Coaners, thirty-four years, and Gus tavo Me later, fourteen years; Wm. " Thompson, eged fourteeiS'years; Henry Hlak. aged fifteen years; Dewitt C. Deforrest and James Doyle, aged six-. " teen years. , - The following were taken to the New -fork Hospital: Joseph Ware, Joseph Glueker, Peter Stark, Joaeph Serrald. w Others have been sent to the Bellevue Hospital. G. F. Adams, aged thirtv five years, foreman of the cream floor, was taken home badly in jured. The wounded In the New York Hos pital are: Peter Stark, age 32; Ed ward Collins, age Is; Otto Melb and George Meib.age 17 and 18; Frank Sen arts tain, age IT; George Hoaser, age 17; Joseph Scheunewold. agei 43; George Schnei der, age 30. The Injured at Bellevue Hospital are: Harry Sunday, Barry 1 J Linden, Tony Stalk, Philip Ridel, Geo. A.. Adams. The firemen worked bravely, and th police arrangements were excellent. If the ruins are cool enough to-morrow a large force of workmen will be set to work digging for bodies. Great num. cere of persons who had friends or relatives in the building say they are mltstug. A later estimate places the number of persons in the building at the time of the e plosion at 170. including 20 visitors and custom ers. The boiler had been In use five years, and it is said Greenfield has been several times warned that it was unsafe. The loss Is now estimated at $500,000. WHERE THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE OCCUKBED."; - The greatest sacrifice of life was among the girts, many of whom, from eight to fifteen years of age, were em ployed In selling, assorting aud pack ing candies on the first floor over the boiler, which was eUuated in the base ment of the rear end of the Barclay street wing of the building, and not un der the sidewalk, aa at first reported. None of those are known to have es caped. TO-DAl'B REPORT OF THE NEW TORE EXPLOSION. New York, Deo. 21. The number of lives lost by the Barclay street explo sion and fire Is etill undetermined, but It Is believed that fully forty bodies tow lia buried beneath the ruins. The removal of the debris, which was begun i t o'olock, has proceeded so far that the etroet s clear to the outslae oi the sidewalk In front of the ruins. On the opposite sidewalk, lying under a blood stained tarpaulin, are the bodies of a man and boy which were taken from the rutna on the sidewalk this morn ing. When found the, bodies were ly ing In front of the doorway. Both had been, evidently, struck with the heavy stone capping, which still lay across the boy'e face, and which It was neces sary to lift before the body could be removed. THE BODIES RECOGNIZED. One body was recognized as that of Win. H. Bradley, 110 Eckford street, Brooklyn. The other was probably that of Wm. Bennett, a newsboy. The motherof tht boy keeps a newsstand at Barclay street ferry, and sent him yes terday afternoon as usual for the last editions of the evening papers. Ho did not return, and was. It Is now evi dent, passing the factory at the time of the explosion. r Two hundred work men, besides the firemen, are now digging in the ruins, and a strong police force , is needed to keep back the great crowds pressing down upon them. The ru ns oould not be more complete than they are, for scarcely a rragmenc oi the wall is standing, and Indeed none whatever on the ground occupied by the main building a space of about one hundred feet square. ANXIETY OF THE PARENTS OF THE MISS ING CHILDREN. Early to-day the mothers, fathers. sisters and friends of the wounded and niii48ing besieged the porters room of the New York Hospital, making Inquiries for those whom they sought, and pleading for admission. The resident physician on duty since last evening, believing quiet necessary for the newly arrived inmates, gave orders to ojvly.admlt a few of thep- tM arternoZTzSTtaMPiaa wuus ma wouiu oe in proper couuiuou u cuu- verse. T hree or tne number have been enveloped almost from head to foot In bandages, and two had their hair burned so close to the scalp that with their swollen and blackened features they resembled ne groes. Three mothers havs been standing at the door since four o'clock this morning, making vain inquiries for their missing children, at last when one of the stricken creatures was on the point of , leaving in despair, she , encountered her daughter at the door, the meeting was touching. After a long embraoe, they separated, and the young girl was afterward per mitted to go up to the male ward, where she Imparted the, news of the safety' of a brother to oue of the maimed patients who bad worked with her In the shop. , FOREIGN NEWS. The Times Seeking to Allay toe Excite ment en the Eastern Question. The Russian Suffering for the Want of Previsions aud Forage. The Ministerial IMfflcultie in Italy Contiune Unabated. (Jen. Uraut Visits the Buried Cities ar aplcs. ALLAYING THE EXCITEMENT IN GREAT t r-, trading Yllrect "ient on ttng the reassnalM and olhju3 than this juncture. tke government s desire to consult with Parlia as soon as it can, wifcit unnecessary Inconvenience. Whfer they contemplate interference o Me diation, or simply the means of str ing a good position In the final sjs ment of the question, they eanooSit feel the need of Parliamentary supn. J as soon aa raruamens is caliex gether, we shall have the main coal. ratio us on all sides of the great fee forcibly stated and clearly argued, le nation -will have the - opportunist weighing the various courses reju mended to It; Ministry will see whetr they can honorably aesame, as y have, on the whole, had; a right ta nnine hitherto, that they are carrjj into effect the wIsbos of the country large, and both at hojpe and abroad shall see our way jmore clearly, t does not seem necessary to look! yond these plainntonsiderations InL der to understand why the Minis ve decided totummnn Parliament tho ea '."et convenient date." T B' si raoss discontinued. "Petls, Deo. 21. In the Court of C sation. yesterday, the Advocate Q eral a&ronQced the adjournment ie die of fhe coneration-of all eas arising from prosecutions of boo: lera, news dealers and hawkers. tuted subsequent to the 16th of M GENERAL QKAXT AT NAPLES. Naples. Dec. J I. General Gran companled by the Lnited States sul, visited Herculaneum and Poitil yesterday, and was much pleased ih the excursion. To-day toe GeBtl returned the visit of the Prefeekd authorities of Naples,' and afteni held a reception' at the reaidenbf Consul uunean. , ; A THB SITUATION IX IT ALT, isld Rome, Dec 21. The Mini crisis eontinuee the Chamber of k. nties yesterday adjourned Indefirdv. lne government meeta with fres. Miea4 Tfcf urn r Tfrr m i position In the Senate, and there are increased d! flic ul ties In formation. THE BCSSIAMS STILL SUCCESSFUL. Tiflls. Dee. 2i. The Russians und er General Komaroff captured Ardanuticn by assault on the 17th lust. Russian loeses insignificant. , - RUSSIANS BCFTEJBISO FOB PROVISIONS. Pet a, Deo. 21 Th Russian concen tration for the attack upon Erxeroum on the north has failed, and attack is now improbable. The Russians suffering for provisions and forage "iiiiiAPOUJU are laavlaa; mt Heary Serfelk far Mar wta( Hie Wife LmI Mev-Hla Annapolis, Sid-, Dec. 21. Henry Norfolk, for the murder of his wife on the 29th -of May, was hanged to-day shortly after eleven, in the jail yard. Norfolk engaged in religious exercises, with two'clergyraen and members of the Christian association, till midnight, when he went to sleep, resuming his de votions at four and continuing them till after eight, when breakfast was served:aefr " . When tipon the scaffold he covered bis eyes, sobbing loudly. He then step ped to the scaffold rail and made a brief address, saying, "I am here to hang for the murder of my wife, but my sins are fwrgflo, and thank God I am going to glory. I have gained the remission of my crime, good friends, and I feel that when life leaves my body my Saviour will take my soul home with him. I am going home to glory, glory in heaven, so good-bye, alL". lie next thanked his counsel, saying they had been like brothers to him. The sheriff then pin ioned the prisoner, who retteatedly shouted "Good-bye" to the crowd, when trap was sprung the rojve slipped and Norfolk was strangled to death. LOCAL NEWS. Go to D. B. Crawford & Son's and see the many nice holiday goods. 21-2t The ball at Price's Hall last evening was fairly attended, and was one of the most orderly and enjoyable dances of the season. .. All present were delight ed. Table linens and napkins, very nice. Leonard, Hatnbs A Co. We have the largest stock of fine dress suits and fine diagonal overcoats ever shown in Richmond, and guaran tee them fully equal to custom made, and considerable lower in price. We Invite all to inspect our stock. No trouble to show goods. 288 Main street, opposite the Huntington House. 21-2 Meters, the Clothier. Persons who cannot give a cord of wood or a oart load of coal are remind ed that a "dollar or two" will be very acceptable for distribution on Christ mas, at Price's Hall. The children are stretching their stockings in anticipation of a visit from heart v Kris Kringle, and we hope that every will be mada glad by appropriate n Go alock Main street atif-ToOKlnto cuiuuuu ume. . i all the windows and you will pronounce Nicholson's the finest display on the street. Gents shirts and neckwear, cheap. Leonard, Hatnes &. Co. The horse attached to John Ken worthy's delivery wagon stampeded yesterday afternoon. It took a lively rnn for half a mile, and was captured without injury to horse or wagon. Ocb stock of blade) cashmeres are received. D. B. Crawfobd & Son. You can save time by going to Nich olson's Book Store first, for you will, doubtless, buy your fine goods there after you have seen all the rest. " The supply of ice in Muncie Is ex. hausted. A gentleman in ordering a supply of oysters from J. J. Jordan sent a request to ship a hundred pounds of ice with them, as there was aot a pound io the place. It is probable that many of our clti- sens will not be called upon for contri butions to the donation party t- be held at Price's HalL Christmas day. Let all such take or send their contri butions to the ball early in the day. ; The best perfumes and soaps. -Leonard, Hatnes k Co. Look the 'town over and see all the gift goods" in the market, ask the prices, and then go to Nicholson's Book Store and you will find the goods bet ter, priees as low, and Just what you want to buy. James E. Branson returned yester day from a three months' cruise in Iowa, T-aflSa and Nebraska. He re- self well pleased with the ut saw jb& locality that Im m more favorably than Rich, Fuss to suit the times. . They are very njuch cheaper this season. 2 Id'it V. a. I RAWrOHD & ON. You ean have your ' name stamrxd upon anything suitable purchased at Nicholson's during the holidays, when the article amounts to $1.50 or over, without extra charge. . The ladies of Grace Church have sent for a magnificent chandelier for the audience room of the church, which will be put in position in a few days. They procured the funds, gave the or der, and consequently are entitled to all the glory. TiMK is getting short to make Christ mas selections and you had better do as so many are doing, go to Nicholson's and make your selections while y u can get in and have time to think and examine. The st re is full every day and night, now. The people know that what they . get there ia first-class, always at a low price, and all articles just aa represented. There Is nothing nicer for a Christ mas present to present to your hus bands r sons than a nice suit of cloth - r fine overcoat, which will be all the better appreciated if the recipient knows that the garment has been bought ' at Meyers' fashionable New York Clothing House, 2S& Main street. opposite th Huntington House. 21-2 i ,f . Meters, the Clothier. - TBB Christmas closing sale of fine ha, bonnets and elegant millinery gOuaot at Mrs. Roee's is attracting feu-? crowds of ladies, all of whom say t y never before bought each season r 4 goods at each very low prices. R. has an extra fine and large as x.unent of articles suitable for pres ent, and yon will do well to see her ww tats closing sale continues. . I 1 mi III 1 1 VA .k PERMeiilik Mrs. Sam Judy Is sick. Miss Margie Mulford of Logans port Is visiting In the city. Charles C. Spinning of Chicago the first to place his name on the new Huntington House register. Charles Ashley of this city represents the Spirit of i he Times. Harry Watt is the Richmond reporter of the Dramatic -Veirs of New York. Joseph Bulla returned from the State Horticultural meeting at Lafayette last evening. Constable Hodgins of Newport was in the city last evening. Miss Nestor returned from school at Cincinnati yesterday. Isaac McWhlnney and family return ed from Florence, Ohio, last evening. L. W. Stokes has left the Glthens House and entered Weaver's barber shop vice the pugilistic Tom Morton. - CoL Cake of WUlard's Hotel, Wash ington was in the city yesterday. Ex-Governor John A. Burbank is ex pected home from Washington in a few days. A Large Assortment of Lady's Fine Furs at Cost, at L C. GRAVES & CO.'S Hat Store, No. 3 North Fifth St. POBK CHOPS. Harry Horn, of Arba, drove five hundred and thirty-eight hogs to market yesterday. C1T HALL. Quiet reigned at and around the Mayor's office this morning. Not even a tramp put in an appearance to re lieve the monotony. . - Last evening, John Tangeman and Henry Westenberg were arrested on a charge of drunk and disorderly. Tangeman was acquitted and Westen berg fined $5.70. Sealed the Wall asa Daated. Mollis Johnsot. and Ella Boyer, nymphs du pave, confined In the Home of Friendless, as a punishment for vio lating the law of the city, escaped from that institution by scaling the wall yesterday afternoon. It was a daring feat, out was successfully performed. If they will only stay away from the city, no tears will be shed at their suc cess in getting away. - Ie tractive Fire. The fine flouring mill of Thomas Kepler, on Green's Fork, two miles south of Washington. In this county, was entirely destroyed by fire last night. The fire lf supposed to have been caused by friction of the ma chinery. The mill was valued at $3,000. There was a large lot of flour- and wheat, valued at $2,500, stored in the building, which was also consumed. State Hertleultaral Seeiety. The closing session of the State Hor ticultural Society was held on Thurs day. Most of the time was consumed In bearing reports from, the several TIWJFrgT r Wilmington. -Ohio, and J. A. Menden- hall, of Richmond. The following del egates were appointed to various State Horticultural Societies: to Ohio, Dr. Furnas; Illinois, Mrs. Austin; Michigan, T. Beeler; Kentucky, J. Gilbert. Presi dent Johnson was appointed to the State Board of Agriculture. President Johnson, Secretary Ragan and Dr. Fur nas were selected as a committee to ar range the premium list for the next meeting. Adjourned to meet at Dan ville, Ind., in one year. . Something nice for presents in silk handkerchiefs, ties, kid gloves. Der fumes, pocket books, and very reason able. Lbonabd, Hatnes A Co. We are Informed that Jesse M. Hut ton A Co. have purchased the Robin son Machlae Works property, paying therefor the amount at which It was appraised. The mere announcement that Dr. Moss, of the State University, delivers his lecture on "Character." In the Bap tlst Church, on the 26th Inst., should nil that edifice to its utmost capacity. it should be heard by every one. On the 31st of Deeember we will will publish the City Delinquent Tax List. All parties who are interested in keeping out of that publication should call upon City Treasurer Wilson and settle before the 31st Inst. dfri2t Dan Cummins has just returned from a three months' trip through Ohio, where he has been selling tinware for Chase A Finney. . He reports satisfac tory sales. - He will branch out again after the holidays, this time taking In Southern Indiana. We have a large stock of fancy and plain boys' elothtng, especially adapted for r'Krf"ftr" and. New Year's presents, and at prices to suit the times. New York Clothing House, lag Main street, opposite the Huntington House) untie, kvu uuuntr. MsxKBS, the Clothier. 21-2 Al. Shucbaft was arrested yester day on suspicion of being engaged in the robbery of Isaac Pyle's house a short time since. He Is in the station house, and will have an examination as soon as the witnesses, who reside in Franklin township, can be brought here. Yorj need not look further for Christ mas presents; one of those new rock ing, willow or camp chairs on exhibi tion at Dunham's furniture store will fill the bill. If for a gentleman Jook at thetr blacking cases some new and splendid styles have just eome in, aad every one who visits the place is de lighted with the new and charming things there for presents. See them before you spend your money or yon will regret it after. This time last year our lee dealers had filled thetr houses with lee from six to ten leches thick. This year there has been no ice of sufficient thick ness to pack, but there Is time enough yet for a freeze of sufficient magnitude to enable them to fill up their houses. But should there be no ice packed. there is a sufficient supply of the old crop on hand to supply the home de mand the greater portion of the season- ; " ' - 1 Christmas has opened in real earn est at Hutton'a North Fifth street gro cery. The people have found oat that " AL" keeps just what they want in both staple and fanev goods, aad that bin prices range a shade lower than most : other dealers. In candies, figs, raisins, prunes, oraages, English pickles, and in short, any toothsome thing yon eaa think of, yon can find it freah and sweet at Hutton'a Fifth street grocery. Good goods, low prtoea, and uniform treatment has built up a good share of patronatre, and wUi hold It. , THB COl'BI UOIRK. The last will and testament of Fred erick Sickmaa was admitted to pro bate and record this morning. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Henry Imfaoff to Henry Meyer, lot 3, in Hampton's addition to the city of Richmond; $600. CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE KIBBEY FBB S1DINO. . State of Indiana vs. George Howard. Dismissed. Curme, Dunn A Co. vs. Jason W. Brewer et aL Dismissed. Wayne Agricultural Co. vs. William Conklin et ai. On account. Judgment by default for 1 135. 10. Rainey va. Hatfield et aL License appeal. Change of venue front Henry county. Tried by Jury. Verdict for defendants. ' Gwynn Black vs. Jesse Overman. On note. Judgment for $226.69. Tamar Elliott vs. Andrew D risen eL Suit for slander, trial by jury now In progress. A rwlui awk Uae. Mrs. Lovey McCabe,. mother of Mrs. 3. C. Long, of this city, missed her pocket-book at the Jepot last evening while waiting for the train. It con tained thirty dollars, and it is probable that it was stolen. Eleetiaa Met lee. The members of Richmond Lodge, No. 234, 1. O. O. F. will please take no tice that-therev-wlll be an election of three trustees, of said lodge, on Mon day evening. Dec. 31. 1877, at their Lodge Hall in Odd Fellows Building. C. P. Pbtbbsoh, 21dfri-2t. . ' ' . Secretary. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Slew Tor Meae on4 Nlerk Market. Ne orh. Deoenibe 81, ISTT. . Bonn-sent. KXCHAMOK fc-3tt Uou luiiM Oovkknmhkt Firm. Statb Bonds Quit. ' Stocks Daclinl o 1 per seat, followed by partial recovery. Dele were A Hudson.. Canton. Consolidated Coal Mom a Essex Western Unioa'l'elaKrapa racme nut... Adams. Express Walla. Fargo a Go. JuLpreaa, imerioan epreaa United States Kxpre New York Central .. Brie -. .. Erie, preferred.-.. uariein Harlem, preferreL Mieiugan Central Fanaxjua . Union Paifla Lake Shore Illinois Central Cleveland a Pittsburg..-.. umoao a norweeatera Chicago a Northwestern, preferred Cleveland, Columbus, CinotnneM at New Jersey Central.. CbJoego. Book Island Feoifle.. Milwaukee a St. Paul Milwaukee a St. Pani, preferred Toledo. Wabash a Weatern Pittsburg. Fort Wayne Obieago.. utuo m atiausBistn.. Delaware A Laokawann.. Atlantie A Paeioo Telegraph Missouri raeuio Ctueaeo, Burlington A (joiner . Hannibal A St. Joe OOVXaSMBMT aabUBRlBS United States t, 1881 .10jA)107 United States 6 s. lftO, ooupons 110 3110J New 4 per eenw 1M4 New 4 per cents (efrwons) . 1O4UA104V. FivS-rWuties. Five-twenties, 1BS8 (eoapoae). Ten-forties .. Ten-forties (coupons) .. 1OT 108 &VH new nves Currency nxea New " l!alU3 ...130S LosmIom Block ! Name? Market. Iiowdos. December L 3 SO p.m. Consols lor moeey 04 7-16 united tttates Ore-twenties, lira ,. 104 United States fire-twenties, 1887 lOSS unea states ten-romes 107 M United States new fives K Rria H. ilro.il ' - Mew Terk Barael-lkao . sss. New York. Deo. 21. Floor quiet and firm. 5 . Wheat quiet and firm; Chicago, $1 321 S3; Milwaukee, $1 35. Corn quiet and firm; mixed, 65$. Oats quiet; white. No. 1, 41c; No. 2, 39ic; No, 3, 38 Jc; extra mixed. 39Jc; No. 1, 39jo; No. 2, 39o; No. 3, 38e. Mess pork qul-t at $12 50$13 00. Lard quiet at t 1 5 $3 20. Whisky quiet at $1 10. UOOVD DISPATCH. New Yomm., Deo. 21. Cotton un changed.' - Flour firm; receipts, 19,000 bbls; sales, 14,000 bbls; $5 40($7 60. Wheat 1 lie better; receipts, 52.000 bush; sales, 64,000 bush; $1 32 for No. 2 spring, January. Rye quiet; 7077c. Corn a shade better; receipts, 4f,000 bushels; sales. 75,000 bushels; &6&65c for western mixed. Barley firm; two-rowed State. 7 da. Oats firm; receipts, 13,000 bushels; sales, 22,000 bushels: priees unchanged. Pork dull; $12 90$13 12J. Lard heavy; $8 12i8 15. . Whisky unchanged. ': Petroleum, crude, 8c; refined, un changed. , " . . - Ckiraare) Market. Uxiok Stock Tabds, Dee. 21.-9:30 a. m. Estimated receipts, hogs.-19,000 head; official yesterday, 17,099; market very quiet; hardly anything doiag as yet4-rier though not quotb4y lower aa yet; light grades "quotable at at $4 05&i15; heavy grades. (4 00 $4 25. Cattle quiet; receipts, 2,500 head. Chioaoo, Dee. 21. 10:40 a. m. Wheat quiet; $108 for January; $1 09 j 1 09i fori February. Corn. 42c 42e for January. 11:10 a. m. Dry salt meats. Boxed, quiet; shoulders, $4 25; short ribs. $6 00; short clear, $6 25; long and short clear, $5 95$6 00; long clear, $5 85. - . 11:25 a. m. Oats nominally. 25c for January; 24c for Deeember. - 11:40 a. m. Barley, 8jo- lor reo- ruary; 58c for January; 57 for eash- Ciscissati. Dec 21. Flour dull and unchanged. Wbeat quiet aad unenangeo. Corn steady at 3940. - . w -Oats quiet at 2832o. Cotton quiet at lOge. " " Whisky steady at$l 05. Provisions dull. . , Pork, nominally f 11 75. ' Lard qaiet at $7 80. - Bulk meats. 4i5j6c Bacoa uo changed. Hogs dull; packing, $4 15. Receipts, 3,090 head- - - , Teeele Matrkew. TOLtoo, Dec 2 L Wheat quiet; am ber Michigan, cash and Deeember, $1 3i; January, $131; No. 2 red Wa bash, cash and Deeember. $1 28; Janu ary, asked. $1 ; bid. 91 28. Corn quiet; No. 2 cash and Deeem ber", Be w, asked, 47e; bid. 47c; Janu ary, new, bid. 44c; rejected, 49e;dam aarecL new. 37c Oats quiet; No. 2 cash, 28Jc; No. 2 white. 24o Clover seed, eholee, $4 85; prime, Creased bogs, no sales. , Kiaf 18 :. i n .'.. L , WK SB 411 u , 471 1U6 . 8 S3 , 140 .TT.'.'T'ZriZZ 67 "- I MM 13 (nu 84 """ 1444 8S eu 50 . 101 115 Usaver BaXittmobb. Dec 21. Flour dull and unehanged. Wheat, Western, easier; No 2 Weat ern winter red. spot and Deeember, $1 42; January, $1 431 431; February, $1 44i. Corn, Western, old firmer and higher; new, easier; old Western mixed, spot, 68c; December, offered, 68c; Western mixed, spot and and Deeember, eljc; January and February, Clo; Western steamer, 54e. Oats dull, weak and lower; Western white, 34Jc Rye dull; 63 65c . Hay steady. Provisions dull and unchanged. - Buttr steady; choioe Western packed, 2223o; do. roll, 2122o. Petroleum, refined, offered 13a with out buyers. Coffee firmer; not quotably higher. Whisky dull; $1 II. Liverpool Market. LlVBKPOOli, Dec. 213:30 P. M. Wheat, winter, lis Us 6d; Milwau kee red, 10s 4d&lls; California white, 12s7d12s lid; California club. 12s lOd fed 13s. Corn, 2s 9d30s. Pork, 66s. Beef, 86s 6d. Bacoo, long dear. 33s 6d : short clear. 34s 6d. Lard, 42a. . Tallow, 40s. OevelasMl petroieaisw Market. CiiBVBiiAJrD. Dec 21. Petroleum market steady and demand good; standard white, 110 test, llc Retail ttroeery Market. Richmond, December 19. 1877. Flour 3 a5i43 75for family ;A4 5U lor HaxaU : buckwheat flour, none iu market. Corn meal Sd 0U Sonar rlrown.8to pm lb: white. 11S)1 I4e: granulated, lle. Coffee Oreen, Rio ; k ; roasted, 3533e ; OreeB, Java 41,4 w : roasted, S346e. Teae-eUctelSu. Pepper aa30c. Dried Peaches 100 ; evaporated, 90 to SSe. Dried eorrente ltta. Prunes Turkish, 15. Raisins IO19AW. Citrons sue Carolina rice 10o ; Louisiana, 8c New tigs lSe. Dried beef lSJOc per lb. Oheeee I&5SIM0 ; N. Y. cream, 90e. Canned tomatoes tm. c ; bv doxen, f 1.6a- Canned rssnnee linJuo bv doaen. Si 90it 9SU. Byrnp 60oSl 00 per Ral : New Orleans, AOs pergaX Vinegar Sue per gal. for cider : 4Ce for white wine. Coal oil aoe per gaL Batter J2Se for eoontry, and SSe for creamery. EKgs 95s. - Potatoes Irish. 609e0o per ton. ; 8 weet.91 a oa Apples 1 001 SO. KlchmesHl Wkeleeatle Market. Wheat, easier; No. a red, $1 IStAl 80; No. S 100. Corn Steady ; new, SSc ; old. SStOc Oata Steady at J(gtio. Barley tomAe aa to quality. Rye 40e45e. Flax seed SI oa landeted oil, raw, 52c. Londseed oil. boiled. See. Cloverseed None in market. Timothyaeed SI 85. aungariau axuie ana nme-graes aeea nom- , IJVB STOCK. Cattle Firm at 3 004 00 for butchers ; S4 0lic4 50 for shipping. Lambs SI aosa 60. Hoga 4 00 per hundred. , , Hheen SeUins at a 00-a, 3 si34 110 Calves In good demand at SS4 004 SO i . PBODCOB. ' " w-Twmlnal.' Washed. s4S2! : inwaah. . Batter 15jtl8c. per poand for good oountry Eggs 90 perdos. Hams, eared 11 4c Turkeys 7t8o Chickens J 0OSS 60 per dux. Lard Counury, 9vl0o. Navy Beans SI 50. a 2 00. Irish Potetoee 8i'toe. Sweet Potatoes 75eSl 00. Honey 15(4 e. ApplesSlOOi -is SPECIALTIES. Advertisements inserted in this column at Si sent for five lines or under. Each additional line, ft cents. LOUT AND rOCND. LOST In the city supposed to be on Main Street a ten dollar note The finder will be rewarded by leaving at this office. TO UIAR. Mestey LeMtsi. MONET to loan on every description of per sonal property and articles of vaiae. ia sams to suit customers from $1.00 to 11,000, at JAH. & STARK ft SON'S, 249, southwest eorner Main and Marion ta oc2d3m FOR SA LE. WHO IS TOCB HATTER f Hats! Hats 1 Silk Hats from 0 to 3.00 at S. BEES ', North Marion street, the only practical hat ter in the city. Old bats renovated and m tde o 'r into th latest stt le at reasonable cost. Why wear such a sbahbv old bat t dec? ddm IOB SAI.B One of the best farms in Wayne . Coan'y.for sale st a bargsii, and on easy terms. Call on, or address A. E CKOCKEK ft CO, No. 10 Soa-h Franklin street, Kiihmond, Iol. dec2dlw $20,000 WOW Af BOTTOM : From the Choapost to tho : Over 150 Different Patterns to Buy your SILVER WARE of us, we will sell for less than any one elser CALL AND SEEUS. iBOSTICK 3TJ VI3TIXE. GIFT s At: DM1D ranits. Stttl Eagrtftags, C roiaos, Crnff su4 KmssMiMe watrf iwa He h ore m deirwe Amrttmw imf t EXTaxsMA Ms rlEns. 2wV GrREAT SALE of GLOTKIDCn FOR A IxIMITEII TIME OTJXY. Now is Your Time to Purchase Reliable Clothing at Unparalleled Low Prices. ,H1 SUITS FOR MEN, at . STYLISH BUSINESS SUITS, at - tl-MUSi liutMStii Kverjr uannent Hiiaraiiteed Koual to Custom Made, at $10.50, J; IS. 00, $20.50 and 2i.O0. Over Coats ! Over Coats ! CHINCHILLA OVER COATS, at - 1LKBKAVLR, all Colors - . HOIS Oi til COATS, $2.50, and I p wards. BOYS' CLOTHING. We have lust received the GREATEST B ABQAIKS In Bova' Clothlno ar mimi1 In thl City. A good substantial suit from 4 t J 12 veire. SUITS, from 9 to U years, at .S0. 7i ann So.jO. Splendid Trioo SniU, in all ahadee, from 10 to 15 years, at 7 JS0, as JO, lu JO and Slx.40. . - We invite an inspection of Our Stork, ami convince yourself that we save you -AO per cent by buy ing your Clothing at the , 288 Main Strtst. Opposltt HuaU-oiTlSwUst. ivr iTfrEtw e "W '. v i. ,, -i .. Cents' Fashion EtiFORiutf ! JOHIU E. PELTZ, 298 MAIN STILEJET, . Has la stook a Large Assortment of ' r - Cassimoros,. Doth Foreign end Dcoslb ! Fansf and Fur Beaver Overcoatings, Worsted and Cheviot Suitings, Etc. : Erery Garment Made First-CUas and in the Most Fashionable Styles. . , rerfect Fits Guaranteed la Ererj Iastanre and Prices to Salt the Tinea, riEMIG'SPOUGH nALSAfvl I I Cure Coughs, Colds, I Pleasant to take. Per- Price 3S cts. I I Hooping Cough, Pains I fectly Harmless, Has I I Take no other. Asl I I in the Chest, Incipi-I Ino Equal, Leaves no I I your Druggist for H. ent Consumption. unpleasant effects. fissSOLO EVERYWHERE. TJottles Double tbe Size of any 25 ot. Pripimtioiae wStdsatast H OLimi AVE HAVE OVER M lAJ WHICH WE PRICES FOB A JENKINS & COMPAWY." & CO. DOOKS ! Etc. . 5.50, fs.50, and AC S.i, 1.2 , 12.25, aad tU.ti. . 4.25, f.25, fS.50, and $10.00. $.00, $1 1.50, $13.25, and $15.00. at SUKJ. UM and 55.00. F.IJblAMT DkKSS TUX CLOTHIER. UP STAHX3. Y WILL SELL A- ' . M DAYS ! Dest I Select Erom ! 6 r "v- i Jr. -A: -k-'Vi,.. f V