The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 29, 1880 Page: 1 of 8
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K90.1DATKD WITH TUB )
DALLAS DAILY COMMERCIAL. J
And Now the
ANNUAL ACCOUNT OF STOCK
x .i.-i :.. .u- ...
Will be pleased to loarn that Out Moes 0fu
Bare fallen fromlOto percent the rogue
lion riiidiicn Cast price In many oesee.
jVo ute oll'oiliig
Of every description and grade.
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS
Marked down to Ibss than would ba nuked for
them at llunkriipt Sale. Tula department la
nunsuallv lcepMe at this time with
Novelties of the Beaton in linlmant.Maniel.
Ssoou. a Jackets Coata Water t.and every"
uarmeut la included in the Uoaeral aacrlfloa.
Infants Goofs . Bklru
Underwear Corsets Hosiery Ulovo .
Housekeeping Linen lilankeU Comforts
ALL BROUGHT DOYN
And offered at Priors to Astonish Patrons.
Respscting our Great Stock aud Vast Variety
oi Ibis Seuaon' Goods.
Improve your present
And BOY NOW what you need to wear this
5J: "m1 Jcracr-amgatH
608 & 610
oS:S "'. Flatted
..Wt?r9 naw the 10WK8T PlllCHK
at which Desirable styles i.f ClomlnR tliat l
not Bhnp-woni but la Mew this season hat.
over bsen offered In Nld-V iuisr.
Ue ask yoi to call upeu us and aroerlaln
JCST Wn KEDVCT105S
Wo have made In our various lines of
From the cheapest Verrrrmt ry In the linen
Uib om-niada Heaver or Wowed (.arnient
in Sleck-our Keduotlous belr.g 'Unltorialy
Step in and satisfy yonrtslves thai our
Are abstlutoly beyond Chcsn Competition
beiect now whil ourlaadlng line o tilitli
gnrments ire aumparallvrly unbroken
Theeuwo Tolling Truths apply to uar
In Broadcloth Diagonals and Worsteds and
to our great stock of
Casiirnore Hooteh Woratea.eto.
ParentB and tiuardluas will ba surprised to
TVs offtrat tho reduced prlcef asked in order
toclear oursh.lves of a larger atoek than we
doera It arvlaabloto surry at this time.
Kull lines of Bay's School flay andCreaa
Sulls for nil aitos.
At greater reductions than are usually mads
a mouth hence.
Children' Kilt Stills
At still greater li'ednellon our assortraeat of
all sizes liilhla stuck being Kail and Colli'
iilele.but not likely to remain ao if the Lowest
Prices can sell them.
MATCDXESDAl' DECEMBER 29 1880. TOL.
TEXAS TOPICS Br" TELEGRAPH.
ers. sicw Tcllr. Fv Bu o fc
nouUn-Tcmiuiony loaeil lu
KolhaehlUI t a.. nud the
Aruuineut to HeKln f-Iy-fM
BpecUl to tbo iieraUr.
Galveston Dec. 28-Tho doeision in the
manJaMusViso vs. the majr and city of
Uoustin is still reserved.
Yesterday William Little filed j th UaU
ted State circuit court a bill of rarivar vs.
UholnofWillim G.Hala And oth (h.
'i.tdol.ndaBto.toMfore. a decret hereto-
tors rendered la a cauto brought for partition
)U out 00000. ores of bndw Bi.o
Mtu ...n aad Matagorda island. By a de-
Z'niT'!' d'fnr"i weii given
until tha Urst Uonday in March to app.ar
!!jsd answer or demur to the bill. These
land wore located by Littls. many years
Cotton rocsipU to day two thousand flva
bundrod and iixty-ona bales. Klp(rt four
thomand and uinoty-ona kale.
Cleared Norwegian bnrk Uonrichlslsn for
Uvorpnol twelve hundred and eiirhtv lairs
r"!l'lh'P St Ury' f0t Iidi'"10ltt. K'-Ttti
Vict-Prefident Hays of the International &
Groat Northern and (Janeral D0dK prosi-
dont of the Tu Pacilio laiprovou.ont
I'osnpany arrived in the city to-day
Prof. Ttjpp began h series of deicriplivt
historical lectures iu the Kim Baptist church
The city council met in called session to
eonaider thy pr.ipescd ameudmaut to ti e city
0 nuorum prosoat. Adiourue'd
until ilmrday eveniag. I
Juile Ptewsrt Galveston district ludgn in
reply to Governor Koberte' circular askimr
imgetiona from district judges us to a ctiam-o
in Hie judicial systom of the stnto for its more
pcrfsct nn t tlierough adaptability t the ex-
isti. coiulilions of affairs among other
points sugeiti tb foll0in?: Tht the
supreme court consist of a chief jastice and
nine associates wnu authority in the cuiof
jusucu to eoi uoni.e me ceurt into three sec-
tion? with power in ench a ction to
finally decide all quostions whero
no disagreement exists. In case of ditagreu-
stent cr in case of new r imio'rtnnt
queetioas th chief justice to convene the
whole court fur fiunl doeision. 11 also
recommotulsd tn apportionmont of tha sUto
into twenty or thirty criminal district with
a judge and criminal district attorney
in each to be appointed by the governor
the judgos to be inveulod with powor to
deputi.o five or more policemen to arrest
defendants and g.j into any county in the
siaie u eiiuer mane arrest or Bring in
witaesscs in addition tj the authority now
oitrcised by tho criuiiunl jtrlge.
A norther is blowing. Weather cold and
Kiln Anloulo Item.
8ifi:lalto the llernld.
San Antonio I)oc 21 The annual moot
ing of stockholder and directors of tho .San
Antonio & Mexican border railway oonipnny
was held to-day. The following officers wore
elected for the ensuing joar: President.
J. W. Barnes ; vice-president K. Quinnery ;
acrotary0. C. Pops ; treasurer II. 0. King!
attorney E. J. Dovine.
Tho cold snap strui k us this morning and
it is now intonsoty told and getting worm.
Six hundred pounds of Sierra Majoda silver
ore arrived horo to day.
P. L. Goid'ui" of tho great Castrovilio
Quill will wed the accomplished Miss Ida
ilavts at Castrovilio to-morrow.
Genoral C. U. Augur left Oliictgo to-day.
lio will assume c muuiid ot tun military d
partmonton ai rival.
Nowson who munlored Ur. McMahon and
his rolative lunar L wona snrao months aeo.
has been heard Ironist St. llt-ie-m parisb.La.
whore he was born ar.d raised and he slaved
for some tiai after the murder. N efl'jrls
ft far a kaowo are making for his capture
though tho murder was most diabolical.
The republican city primaries wart held
to-night. Tho probabilities are thoy will
msko nominations and that J. II. Ktwcomb
will head the ticket for mayor.
Special to tho Herald.
Denton Doc. 28. Train on the Dallas &
Wichita railroad go and como when they
can and as a consequence our mail from
Dallas Is very Irregular. Xobody know
when to expect a train in or when one will
go out. Tho company claim hewever a
lack of rollieg stock as tho cause of the
present lad condition of affairs on that road.
Tho brig talked of ball will take place at
It.vwii'e hall on t'no evening of the 81st inst.
(l t a number from Dallas are expeoted on
t..it w vision. It will doubtlo" be a grand
all ir lor extensile preparation aro being
n rde to make it a success.
To-night quite a goodly numbar of friends
will repair to tna residence or .Mr. and .airs.
A. It. McOintie to celebrate with them their
"woodoa wedding" to-day being tho 6th
anniversary of the happy event
The out-bound train on the Dalla &
Wiohita road jumped the track ystorday a
short distance from town. No ono hurt.
The woither is disagreeable street mud
dy mailt all behind time and everybody out
Bnanment I tenia.
Special to tli Herald.
IHaumont Deo. 28. A groon-eyod mon-
ter in the form of Abe Dickson got in some
terrible work Inst night on Alex Jefferson a
Louisiana darkey aged about 'iz who
was feuad dead on Main street
near the Baptist thurch. He Is butchered
bout the neck and breast. Abo was over-
taken in hi flight to-day by Sharifl'Langhasn
and is now in durance vilo. Tho woman for
whom the killing waa done it black and of
Beyond a few hoodlum practice our
Ch ristmn feilivities woro of the most pleas-
ant character llossr. Olive and Slernan-
burg provided a large treo for tho Ger-
mans at werk in their mill and a genera 1
jamboree wat had. The German! fpealc in
warm commendation of our people.
Special to the Herald.
Houston Dsc. 28. There i much talk to-
day about the will alleged to have been left
Ko Jnrin Kiton. an old $50003 miser buried
here yesterday. It it knewa btsidoa real
estate he bad $20000 In baak here and left
a nophew m lttctiin aud a tistor ia Gar-
many. At about tl oVlock to-right a. cowardly
scoundrel named Matt llar.ksi.no an engi-
nw on the tV-ntral railwav. entered a Glen.
wk1 street car In which a lady and her
children were saated and bestn ming insuli.
Ing lart;unga. The drivar named Gulchlcr.
ramoMlralod with llsnksl.n T.ereuuon
the latter drew a pistol end takm? Celicerata
aun at GuU-hler llrmt hiltmg the defenceless
and unarmed driver in the neck it is thought
mortally wounding bini. Bukstoue after
be shot beat a hasty retreat and has not vol
Th Kothsclillil '..
8peelal to the lieiald.
I iJeflerson Doe. 2.. T Wtimony in the
Rothschild caso has been closed apd the argu
ment commenced to-day. Mr. Hudgint for
the state mado the. opening spaeoh. Captain
ArnilaUsd for the defense followed. Colonel
McKay also for tho doleodant delivered an
able ipech to-nighu Colonel W. U Craw-
lonl of Dallas will argue the casa for the
defense. A largo crowd will be at the court-
house to hear hiin to-morrow.. Colonel t ' '
berson and Captain Ti.ld will clc! i'
A hung jury is suppoetd to ba tho rem'
Special to tho Herald.
Cloburno Dou. 28. To-day has provo
the n.ost inclement of tho year. From oarly
morn It bas been freezing and considerable
sleet intermingled; with anow lis fallen.
Travel of all kind ha censod uud little or
no business transacted.
Christmas onjnymenta are almost sus-
pended our paoplu preferring homo Brta.
At 0 p. ra. the mercury stands at 10 o below
Attacked by Indium.
Special to the Usrald.
Laredo via. San Antonio Deo; 28 A
party just arrived here from the Sobiinu?
Mexico about nine mile west of lure
brings tho information that a party of about
!!0 Mexican Indians attacked tho ranche
crisal tlireo day ago. Oolonol Cerijr.ero
is following wiih a force of J00 men. Con-
siderable excitement prevails llirouj;!ieut th
KiiSlNh Truop far A Trlrn.
London Dec. 28. Only 300 of the Sixth
dn gonna with 800 horses can be shipped
aboard tho National line steamer.The Quran
which has bten chartorsd to carry trocps to
South Africa. Tho rest of the regiment
numbering 300 with a beltory of artllUry?
will bo ont in two ptlwr transports.
Londen Dae. 28. Tho tmt.p ihip Euphra-
tes will lake from Bombay for Natal South
Africa tho flifteonth regimont of Hussars
and a battery of artillory without horses and
also tho sixty-flflh regiment of foot.
London Doo. 28. The Cunard steamer
Palmyra will take a battery of artillwry to
Natal and two other thips beside. The
Queon will take out the roat of the reinforce
nmnts for South Africa.
Sew Orleans Hnllrnad Arlbvry t'ne.
Now Orleans Deo. 28. The grand jury
yostorday continued tho invostigatiou of
lie alleged bribery of some of
tho mombors of tho lato city
oourcil by which tho New Orleans eity rail-
road company obtained the franchise under
which it now operates. Carleton Hunt attor-
ney of the company; Alfred II. Iaaeson ox-
admiiilalralor of fluance; K. 11. Howard cx-
attorno; Thorns Simms. of Sinuns
& Lovy; J. L. Lincoln. .1. Burbridgo and
Judge Hillings of tho Cnitod StaU' district
court were among tho witnesso oiamined.
The pii.ying teller of the U;bjrnia National
bank was also brought beforo tho grand
jury with the books relative
lo tho payment ol certain chock. What
the. grand jury want to know is who rn-
leivoJ tho money for the check for 170000
drawn by tho railroad company and made
payable to tho ordor of Presi-
dent Wintz. About the time tho
city council awarded the fanchiso a writ of
certiorari was applied for in tho case of
Wint. who i now in tho parish prison for
eontompt. Chief Justico Bermudca of the
supremo courtheard the argument ytsterday
and will render a decision todav.
If J udgo Itoman' action is sustained Win'zf
will bo brought beloro thoirrand iurv to-mor
row and questioned as to th disposition of
tno iuuu. in caool rolusai lo n-iswnr ho
will bo again imprisoned. Th terra of tho
presntgrand jury will expire Saturday.but it
is statu! tho Cjbo will go at onco bofore thoir
Tho So-tailed Failure of McLaren
A t o.
Chicago Dec. 28. llegarliaj tb- failure
of tho liilwaukeo.flrrn of W. P. MoLtron A
Co. the manager ;o( tho Chicago branch
John A. Kice itato that the firm i closing
up ousinoss in mis city and that was all there
was in tno story oi the failuro of this branch.
The stop had been conUmplated some time.
London Doc. 28. A dispatch from Dur
ban tay tho disaster to the Oith regiment on
the road botwoen Lydenberg and Pretoria
bas been exaggerated. Thirty only were
killed and wounded. The rest were disarmed
and allowed to proceed to Pretoria. A
steamer with the soldiers has arived at Dur
Ittiaalnta Explorer Retnrncd.
London Dec. 23. A dispatch from Borlln
to the Daily Now lay the Russian traveler
and explorer 'Coltnel PreioraUky. hat re
turned to Omsk safely after two year of
dangcroua exploration In Chinet Mongolia.
Ui attempt to enter Thibet was unsuc
London D -o. 23. An official dispatch
from Piotoinartzbiirg tay the attack of the
Boer on Patchofstrnom camp lasted through-
out Sunday. The British lost w& alight.
The Boer have seized Utrecht.
f onaula Iteeosriilied.
Washlngtun Dec. 28. Tho proiidcnt ha
recognized Charles 11. Bancroft a vice-con
tul of Hayti at Mobile and A. Grant as
consul of the Netherlands at l'onsacola.
A Fallnre Reported.
Chicago 111. Doc. 28. It is reported that
tho graiR commission linn of W. P. McLaren
A Co. of Milwaukee has failod for $10000.
There are n particular.
Writ of t ori lor arl Rpfawed.
NowJOrieans Doc. 23. The supreme court
rennet a writ of cretiorarl in behalf of
Wintz whs remains in tho pariah prison.
ij it jm it mf w jli
XXVIII M. 28.
CONTINUED COLD WEATHER NORTH
The Berenry Any where rrra Tea to
rory " Below Sera.
IU" Kllnaal lnuin(e by
llio Mtiirm lis um4 Aramta
Lou; llraneli from
The t ola Wave.
Chicago :ill. Dec 28.-Furtucr reporU
received from points at th wast ihow that
tha weather is genorallv oldr. Th thsr-
niomeler marked H to 20d.gr6 below tero
during the day aud evening.
Now York Do. 28.-At 7 o'clock this
morning the mercury stood at Fert Garey at
41 o bolow jsoro a fall of 10. At Duluth
0 below zero a fall of 9 . At SU Paul
2")' below a'fall of UO it e.i ....
00 below a fall of lU-o.At LaOros 20'
low a fall of 5 . At Chicaeo t o hoi .
-'all of lft At Detroit 8 below a fall
t i KOO. AtBuLouii j i.x. .
14. At Indianapolis 4 0
Itelnw i. fall -e
Cincianatifi" . . flu ...-
ai Loieoo itiv h..n.. r-ii o.. n
ttsburge" at-ov- afllof22." AUlnf.
lo 4 o above a fall of 32 . At Rochester
anoio. i i oi m . At w.
C.1W above a fall of 13. '
The) HtorM at nuu Rraath. '
Lwis; Branch. N. Y. Deo. 28-Bailroad
trjvol has bcin rMiiaaed on the diffuront
rds Von the inland towns not visited by
railroads are in a slate of ecige at only a few
turnpikas havo beon broken. Th estimated
!i "y mo Bfc'" in 10 i:io properly along
tho ihore it from $125000 to $160000.
Tho sen is still very high and carried
awaysoinoof.lhejsttias at Highland which
protected the railroad bed from being washed
urn. j ci! rapori t l lortv or t in ir.n
gird art and ton tubular column of th
pier naa peu carried away is pionoBuced
untrueby the engineer of the pir company.
Treaty Willi t hlun.
San Francisao Cal. Dto. 28. W. H.
Prescotl one of the co mmliilone to Seco
nal a treaty with China arrivsd by Die
teaor City of tl'ekin this snorniug. II
has beea besieged by interviewers ince hi
landing but remains ttrn tlv mticent rtwnri.
lag tho proceedings of the commUjiou and
tortus of treaty. Th only information he
voucasd Is to tho silent that tho commission
n thuir arrival at Pokia
took up their quarters at the
American legation ; that the negotiation
which occupi d one mouth and one dav. ware
tarried on at the hinor fornign clllee ; that
Commiwioncr Swift is at Shanghai aud will
rturn by steamer and that he. (Mr. Pras-
cotl) will go cast on Wednesday. At to th
Hirnia ot treaty air. I'rescott maintain a
most rigid silence. Moinys bo has not soon
tho reports heretofore published tegardiag
inn wora c me commission aud ba duel mi
either to alllrm or deny Ihotii.
A Mhlp Wret-keri.
Bermuda Dw.2S. 'i'fie ship Nunara Dore-
mio from Savannuh with 4000 bales of cotton
for Liverpool was towed into anchorago on
Dec. 11th by a tugboat called to obtain a
team pump that the might procssd on
hor voyngo th ship being leaky. Soon aftr
tho vapsnl anchored a very hoary gnlo sprung
up from the northwest and conlimioU very
Violent for soverai hours. About noon th
ship dragged hor anchor and came on the
rocks noar lo lie shore opposite th naval
tanks where sua has become a wreck. JSrorv
ir..t-t ia ilin . Ik .i.i..k U
.a ...Hn..i rw.v IUU vniU. nulLH U
beivg brought by boat) into the harbor of
Latch. The work of ving the cargo
till continues. Up to the present time ac-
cording to r tibial returns about 1.2Q0 balot
of cotton mor or less damaged have bten
Home Utile Member.
London Deo. 28. At a moating ot tho
homo rulo members of parliament held in
Dublin yrstorday reiolution were passed as
fellows; In addition to thoio already an-
nounced that union among the Irish mem-
bers of parliament is so absnlutoly essential
that large discretion must bo conferred on the
parliamentary coasmittee to which the mem-
bers present pledge themsclvotoubmit;that
any attempt In parliament to past t coercion
bill should be resisted to the utmost by
overy mean in their powor. It wa itatud
during tho tnoeting that no English or
Scotch bill would be allowed to be proceeded
with until areart of Irish legislation are
Annual Dinner of llielNow Tork
Now York Doc. 23. The annual dinner
of the New York pros club take plaoe at
th SL Nicholas hotel on the 6th of January.
Among the prominent guest who have ac-
cepted invitations are ex-Prosident Grant
and General W. T. Sherman. Many dlltln-
guished l.'torary men will participate.
Franchise la Ireland.
London Doc. 28 A deputation of the
corporation of D.iblin hn mterriewod Mr
Ponter chief socn t-iry fcr Ireland and
urgod that tho gov. rnmont Introduce a bill
In parliament to assimilate tho franchise of
Ireland to thotn of England. Mr. Forster
say that th government intended that th
borough franchise be made alike in the two
countries but that it would be at well not to
meddle with the country franchise at pres-
ent a thoy were looking forward to a great
change in the Rnjliah and Ssottlsh Oounlry
franchise. Ptrhap the Irish franchise
wold be dealt with at th tame time. The
govornmnt ho eaid wore of the opinion
that mnnnicipai fraachlso ought to b sim-
ilar to that of England but thejr could not
promise to deal with the matter immediately
at ether Irish business wa vry pressing.
Another Through Mm front tho
Xorlliwrat lo the Manueard.
Cincinnati Doc 23. Negotiation tre
pending and will probably be loon com-
pleted . for th purchase byi parly of Cin
cinnati capilali.-ts among whom are Chariot
W. West and M. E. Ingall of th Kentucky
Cvntral railroad. The plan i to build a road
to connect this road with the Knoxville fe
Ohio road and by combination! with exist-
ing road to make a through line from the
northwest to the seaboard. It will be indo-
pendent of tho Louitvillo & Nashville toad.
SURD IN 14
CE ttVH (JKNXd.
Sllnte Trial rtecmaln rtnhll.
Dublin. Dec. 2R.n .).. i.i.i -
ronnal.y; opened to-day In the court of
ntiAuii.'j 1.....1. . . .
u. r.icn uetora Lord Chief Justice
ay ami jurticea FiU-gerald and Barry
he court r.nu w .ia.!- ....
spectators. Chief Juuice ll'av re) ad"
drtwatating that after the mWx.ter.ii
which has rien as to what he had laid on
former oecas on Iia !. m ..... .i
. . . i - ... .mo pan in ire
present trials. r
the groat crowd of paiplo around the an-
proaches lo tin. Kone i....n. r
the traversers upon their arrival. The judre
oounsel epga i. iij0 111 j ...
maiubort of the bar. The nrin.;..i
:Uery i. llli.d with Iri.h member.
1 ijarhanier. t m.l . . 1.
T lew liuie
and a snrinlil.-riM s .V 1 ...lu.
- i - -j u-iif-mi puoiic;
Chief Justrea May rend with consider.
-ui wieaocumont declaring that
he thoukl not take part In the nrtwent trial.
It contained a vindication oi hit former
peech. The announcement that he would
not lnaida t th t.t.1 n...i
tlon. After Chief Jusleu tlev h.A ani.i.i
reading. .Imtirit Pit-.A..M t.'.. il. .....n.
-.. - ......m...... ...uk .ii ruiui a
sat aud the trials were proceeded with before
T. T. "nH narry. liuly 18
out of 2t lurora called anawera.1 in tl..i.
Th Attornav rronerul i.r.llA.l r... . .
Doaauaent of t he irinli im .. .. r .
... . ...... 'MIUMUfT U
caut of the thortattoiidaaoe ot juror.
1. jucuuiioiigu or 111 counsel forth
traversers argued that it wat uiu.l to ssltct
t jo-y of 13 from those who answered to
Jastic Fitr.gemld;arei that th latter
wa th regular tnvilo. Three Juror wer
thn excused on acuount of age and
infirmity and Mr MoDonough chal-
loiiged anolhor. A" legal argument
of more than an hour ensued on Mr. ilo-
The court decided that th travorter lad
a right to challenge in the usual way a cer-
tain number of juror but the counsel of the
traversers MA n..l uln l-u..i....
decision to obitrurt the course ot tho trial.
xn. jury wa Unally mpannltil after
much didlenltv. It cnnai.t. .;..i. 1 n. ......
Ik's three Protmlantt aud ona Quaktr.
ueu mo jury Ltd boon Instituted th
altomey-geaeral opened the case fc r the
crown in a Iru but moderate ton. II said
th ebject of th xwntplracy n which the
traverser were engaged was to came the e-
v .. v4 a uuitllivr Ul IlOP
ton to make their live not worth th hav-
ing. He pointed out the absurdity of tilt
idea of parcelling out Irelad among a
Population of Oia niillinna aAi. h
add to the isnry of tin unfortunat coua-'
try. Ho severely condenund the policy of th
land league which he said advocated free-
dom yet brought all its power to bear in tht
coercion of private iadividuals. The govern-
men' he said was bound to institute pro-
oeedingt to put down wicked agitation.
A a-reel ornmA i.lini.M.4 1 1. - . .
the adjournmtnt of court.
Populatloa of Certain Noulbern
WaWngton Dc 28. Following i
tlatonnt of th population of certain
outhern itatet according to. th cen
sus of 1880. and It is still mill -id t.. n.uill.u
corrections: Alabama 12'il '.!!'; Arkanat
nlK.OlU; riomla. 2'i'l 5 k: ' .r n I o17 87Hj
Louisiana j4i2"i:1; N.--:r d.oe. ! l )'MK.0j
South Cato'.i a. ilT'H: 'I'cv.i "...' 1.512..
4H:l: Nio.'iuia. 1 OlJ.UJ: West Vlr.rini.
j:tnui;ri nr telkuraph.
Nkw (Ihlxam Dee. Sd. Cotton steady
:ile. fl Mai.
'hdliiarv . 9
liood ordinary 10
Low mlddllnn i4i
Mlddllnit. . i
Mldilllna ten u
ite'elpi( net 91(11 1 tiois U"'.1; sxporta
Tot. real llrlutn coutlu'l naaat-
yl- .tuek uiu.mn.
t'uiareaaieady sulat 3d TOO.
Ileeeinlier II 31.411 SO
Jauuary II 87411 SH
feliruary 11 iijkII .)
tlaieU 11 7iill 77
April II Wjitl t'l
Mity II nT.jja 11 m
Juno U UiU 0
Com eafder at r.tcj..i.
ata quiet and 111 fair drhimid atll.'f.
Pork quiet aud Unu held at old 1SX
Dry ealt mi nts ehnnldera eaaleri loose .
ll.J'-il par.knl ; clear rlln dear aides
IIumiu shoulder uultt al.'iH.; dear rib clear
llnins pilr demand lorfer ratieholo eu.
sur-iure l cauvusse.1 at UiitleMl others uu-
.-lliht at par sterling bank e)liange ITS
Naw Yoaa Peo. a-niion. Stock atrong
and actlvei money 0 eiehanre long IHU
exchunite short 4 -CI suite bonds dull;
Cotton qulei; sale 237.
Uplanda " '(
necemlwr m........... 11 T'.'ctll DO
January 11 7nll W
Kehruarv H '(HU Kb
March..'. H 'H IS
April ) "Will W
May la U
f ionr dull.
Wheat lower and heavy
Pork dull aud nominal.
Lard airong e WS.
New Vnrk.Ueo 2H. Cotton. netreelptal778
crois SV1 future elosed ateady an Us lIMaii).
Ileeeinlier...... 11 7'Jtfll it
January 1 7Ull iU
Keliruary !' '.
Mureh.... H 'IJ
July W Wlll
(otton unlet; ule UU. .
O. uar.a - .
Uvnaiilldatea Del receipis ko oi.i eaiwrwio
Oreat llrltaln ttVM Kraue 0 until euullnaut
'New Tork Deo. J8.-Money Ji;;exchaiite
160'. invernmenli Irreanlari now S'a lelMl
new IH's 111't I 4'a lll slate bond Irregular.
fit. T.ouls Tee. ls.-Cotton quiet.
Lowialddllng 10 !i
Good nrdloary 10 .
KendpUi t;shliiaeDUlW sale J53i
tltiek tlC baits.
Mour quiet and nnohanired.
W boat dull ami lower No. red fall 028W.
rehriiary corn fair and higher; 3HX cah
F.'uruary oala rtnll SOifl eashHl(.35M;.
May barley dull and uuciiaugtdj whisky
Hoik higher at 12 75.
Lird nriuar no sale.
liaooa dull aud unohauged
Kansas City Iee. te.-Wheat-iHo. ot
81' Nui apOllShi.
O.lvsstoh. t.-Kolpta 1H1 ex.
ports to Ureal llrltaln - Franro
comlueiit 1 channel Cf.lwl.
lock. 1117111) sales W0 tulddllngt UHi
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