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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 16, 1870, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a morning Sentinel. I Publ bed Erera Morong Sand Aye excepted in the ski Tinkl Boi Diho Corner Calhonn and Wayne a str Cutts by D. Dunha a co., D. Dump. A. O. Troub. I. W. . I Tau the do Sentinel by Carrier 1 yr.$e.oobymsi1,1 yr.$f>.00 by Carrier 6 mob.4.50by mail a mob4.60 rate the week / Sentinel one copy 1 a so a Voltea Al Vecolia u>ultwentycopie8.�?z.30.00 fort Wayne business directory. Phe name business and location the leading houses it. Watne. Those Reader who make purchases in fort Wayne by cutting this ont and using it Ai a reference will save time and trouble. The selection has been carefully made and is strictly first class Art Oai to bikes. C e Wallin Calhoun St., Over Hamilton 8 Bank. J , 3 pm Lenix Block. J a Shoaff. Ovum it Foj Alloi. Ain jeers. A Davis amp r.ito., 54 Calhoun St., Opp. Court Houby �1 let. Dumm it co. Acc Estora to w. H. Norton cd Attu Louii it via Yum its. Books stationery. Sec. and hex ii a p. Stockb Pudge 9s Colombia Street Ceil amp bllo., 2 Phoi iii Block Calhoun St. Siemon Bro. It co., 77 Columbia Street brass works. A. Hattersley 48 East main Street. Boots and shoes. E. amp sons 4 Phoenix Block. Carpets amp a a a ii Tail John mcdougal., 7" it him Nubia Street. Chinaware. k kit Ric Taii h. N. A and 4s Calhoun Street b tent Man amp son 8 a Columbia Street. Clothing. Whole Vai . Ant it Rita ii. M. K. It Jodway in it. 4�o Calhoun St. Opp a ourt House. Dry Lwoods c. Ohk a to. 103 column i Strart Frank it Tiia Mousek to. 7 Keystone Block druggists. Am it Petal v Eli boo. To co., 2 Keystone i k it 118 Hun but St. Bidd Lect Brand Liff Colum Tia strict a Erncr Calhoun. Daniel , Callio iii sri . Fornor lick re Foote it w it Rikli. Is. A . Ain and a Lahouti its file cutters. Harris amp quot Lien Calhoun St. South Vishin ton. Furniture. Emerick to i kick 2g and 28 East main Street Glove amp Mitten factory. In . 80 c Calhoun san t grocers. . Huestis amp hamilton83 and Columbia Street. A Trentman it son. A it it Calhoun Street. A re Tail f. F. Bot re amp Bro., 88 Calhoun St. Terrence Martin 74 Barr St., . Market House. Gents furnishing goods. Moderwell amp Fowler g-2 Calhonn Street. Hardware. and entail Mccurl Loci amp Richey. 87 Columbia Street. Morgan it Beach m 80 Columbia Street. B w. Oakley it son 79 Columbia Street. Hoop skirt factory. Joseph Black 91 Columbia Street. Hats Caps amp furs. Jas. Harper amp co. 3 Phoenix Block Calhoun Street. Harness. Saddles. Amp a. L. Traub 913 Columbia Street. C. B. Neireiter 122 Columbia Street. Merchant tailors. C. G. Vogel amp son e. S. Calhonn St., Opp. Phoenix by k. John g. Fledderman 25 East main Street. Millinery amp notions. Wholesale and retail i Degraff it co., 94 Calhoun Street. Notions. Toys pc. Wholesale and Renauf As. M. Kane it Bro. No. 9 Calhoun Street. Paints and Wall paper. O l Starkey get no. 12 Berry str picture Fries. Mirrors w. S. Wood. 132 Calhoun Street. Painters House and sign. O. J. Korep Corner Calhoun it Vashii Fiton Sta. Seeds. De Groff Nelson it co., Gli and is Calhoun Street. Sewing machines. Glover it bake ii l. ,a� to 14 u est Berry stent. Singers l. I. Iri a air. Tit Cait Oiin .St., Modou a s lock. Stoves and to it Ware. J. Jocque l. 170 Callio Imi St. Of Cathedral. Tobacconists. , a i a e Wing Smith it co. Main. Oort let Clinton Street w. B. Smith it co. 17 it Olu Nibia St rest trunk manufacturers an quot Kkt ii. H. Lingenfelser a i in . Main Street quot to Beaver Miller amp co., fort Wayne morning . 10. Fort waive Friday morning desomber 16, 385 by Telegraph. Reported for the fori Wayne Norn in news the emperor Napoleon to have his throne great excitement in successful French european depression in England Russia addresses. St. Petersburg dec. 14.�?addresses continue to to received congratulating the Czar upon his action in regard to the treaty 1856. Quot Winter has commenced in Earnest Ond the River at Constadt is so Frozen that it is impossible for ships War to leave the Harbor this year for the Black sea. Subscriptions for the construction the Black sea Fleet is prohibited. Russia remains firm in her determination to regard the treaty Paris abrogated. France. . Paris dec. 9.�?food is scarce and weather bad. Gen. Moltke s letter announcing the capt no Orleans caused great excitement. The people still resolve resistance. The sharpshooters Are being disbanded for fear their fighting with the National guards and unfortunate dissensions Are daily occurring among amp cers. One commander artillery Retus cd to obey orders. Ducrot and Blanchard halt a a violent to Dainiel and the latter Jias been displaced by ii nother officer. A a. Attitude Prussia. London Dee. 14.�?the Tilinca a to tests against the attitude Prussia towards Luxembourg As Well As a inst that Russia towards Turkey. The attitude both pow Cip says the Tinc is indefensible but it is not the duty England to interpose. A Force nearly 2,000 cavalry and infantry have been ordered to Londonderry for fear a disturbance at the approaching anniversary the establishment the Union great Britain and Ireland. The recant rumours an impending Trade crisis in China is contradicted. Retiring. Havre dec. 14. A the prussian Force which was preparing to attack this City ii hurriedly retiring. Fire. Londoff dec. 14.�?hcrars Cotton Mill at Balton have Boon destroyed by Firo. The anxiety about the result the Luxembourg affair causes much depression in business All kinds. Successful sortie. Bordeaux dec. 14.�?rumors Are circulating Here that a sortie greater proportions than the last has been made from Paris and has met with unexpected Success. The following official dispatch has been received by the government journals Here demand the prompt elections constituent Assembly. A report that the prussians Are at Tours �8 contradicted. A dispatch from Alan con says the prussians retreated from Verkuil and Dreux towards Chartres Versailles. The presence generals Sheridan and Burnside at constantinople is commented in diplomatic circles Here. The seat War. No Liard fighting. Bold Kali dec. A following is official there has been no serious la a Hting since the 10th. The evacuation the Triangle formed by the towns ver Nuril Brussels and Boeuf is confirmed. There is no communication with the North France. Pennsylvania. dressed , Pino Poplar Asli floor Iier Idini and Sii iii Les i instantly Bond and for Naie the y most reasonable terms for Cash. Office Mill and Tard add Street South Toledo. Wabash amp Western fre Lilii depot retort Wayno ind. Dec dim important decision Pitt Buron dec. 15.�?in the Case Benham s Assi Neefe against the Mutual Benefit life insurance company new Jersey in the United states District court the jury found for the let plaintiff a the amount policy and interest. Benham is alleged to have committed suicide two years ago. Francis Bridger a Well known now York Printer was found dead in bed at his boarding House this morning. Throw from a Hack. Washin took Dee. 15.�?lato last night colonel Robert Douglass private a a rotary president Grant was severely injured by being thrown from a Hack. Mrs. Cuts his grandmother and another lady also sustained Perere injuries. They were ret Ming from a fair and the horses were frightened by the vehicle coming in Contact with the Steps another Carriage. Fall a build if. New York dec. 15.�?this morning an eight Story building thirty fifth Street fell crushing several Small Brick houses with their inmates killing four persons two whom arc still in the wild and Windy speech by the red Republican thunderer Washington Cabinet falling to pieces and More scum coming to the carpet Bagger impeached another Radical . Senate. Washington dec. 15.�?mr. Ramsey presented a memorial from Ina fac tuners letter envelopes printers und stationers protesting against the practice the government in the Purchase and Sale Stamps. Referred. Or. Morton from the military committee reported a joint Resolution to Aid schools colleges and universities allowing detail supernumerary army officers for professorships with an amendment restricting its provisions to those officers exclusively. Or. Sherman inquired whether the Bill would still leave those officers subject to be transferred by the War department and was answered affirmatively. The Bill passed. Or. Buckingham introduced a Bill providing that hereafter no tax be in Yio sed collected upon any minimum premiums sum added to the contingent funds an insurance company. Or. Chandler from the committee Commerce reported favourably with amendments to the Bill introduced by him recently authorizing the president at his discretion to suspend by proclamation the operations All Laws allowing privilege bonded transportation foreign merchandise to be consigned to Canada and Mexico and Aho the privilege navigating the Waters the United states accorded to Cona Dian vessels. At 1 10 the Senate motion . Schurz took up the Resolution offered 3 esterday in favor the removal All political disqualifications As soon As the snipe rutile Public necessity which dictated quot their imposition had ceased. Or. Schurz then delivered an unusual Len Ali to which the Senate listened with marked attention. He reviewed the history party division in Missouri for which he and those who acted with him had been denounced traitors to the Republican cause the inter for Ance at the solicitation Colvea Rne Brake the National executive by which the state contest had acquired More than local interest and defeat the president with All his patronage by the Triumph the very principles upon which lie had been elected. Or. Schurz preceded to show that the disfranchisement persons engaged in rebellion was a temporary expedient a measure safety rendered necessary by the new social condition in the South consequent upon the close the War. To held that the removal by the party which imposed them and while still in its Ascendancy in the government All political disqualifications especially from the ballot Box was essential to the restoration fraternal feeling As proving that such measures had not resulted from vindictiveness but necessity and As bringing the late quot rebels quot to a full realization their share with ourselves in Tho greatness our common country. Such were among the reasons governing his course in the movement quoting from a Resolution offered by himself in the National Republican convention 1868, declaring Tho Republican party in favor the removal political disabilities As soon As compatible with Public safety and welcoming Baek to the Union the Loyal people among Tho quot rebel quot who accepted the new order things. He said this was part Tho platform which Gene nil Grant was made president. But How had that Promise been carried omit in Missouri ? Only by a Victory Over Tho Republican party instead upon Good Faith by its assistance when therefore the party had resisted the enfranchisement Aften Tho party Honor commanded it. Or. Schurz denied As not being in accordance with the fact Tho assertion that his colleague in a printed speech circulated in the Senate that the opposition was not so much to the Eft an Chi Semont itself As against the constitutional amendment As a method effecting it. He characterized As false the newspaper report that the Missouri boaters had anything to do with a Revenue Reform conspiracy originating in Washington. Personally his convictions led him to oppose the protective system. Had the Tariff question b Eon an Issue in Missouri be thought the majority against the question would have been nearer 100,000 than 42.000. The question was discussed but not the overshadowing Imus. He denied the allegation that the question might have been settled by referring it to the legislature 1871 besides such a course would have involved the defeat Tho constitutional amen amendment then before Tho people and while failing to preserve the party Unity would have transferred the struggle to the legislative districts. He read from a speech delivered by . Drake at Coronade and comments upon a remark attributed to himself that to looked Forward to the time when new party ties would to formed. The conclusion his colleague was that to Schurz designed it. What he Calls the Southern people quot rebels he tries to carry water both shoulders and fails. I Hope could the republicans Haro i winning ? Tho Princis a opponents i the mov ment within the Republican ranks were those whose whole Stock Trade consists the Battle cry civil Wab would forever Roll Tho word rebel As a Sweet morsel under their tongues j and that the class politicians whose whole political life to monopolize to civil affairs taking the whole element Over to the democratic party to control the next presidential election and thus be a great Power behind the throne. This . Schurz ridiculed As a morbid hallucination As also his colleague s upon the germans but be regret that while his colleague s insinuations had no effect upon the people Mig surf they seemed to have had a Strong influence the mind Tho president. He is convinced that the letter the president s collector internal Revenue at St. Louis condemnatory the new movement and suspension the number Federal officers mostly germans was instigated by his colleague in the present Case he who persuaded the president to interfere proved the most dangerous adviser. He then criticised the alleged misrepresentations his colleague to Tho president that the movement was designed As a War upon Tho administration were he an enemy the administration to would not deplore the fact that Tho president Lent his ear to such insinuations. To refute Tho charges against himself by the factious opposition to referred to his speeches former years to show to had held that Grant in the president s chair a Ould have the most inviting opportunities to restore the Long lost cordiality and tent Mont among the american people and bring a new Era Good telling that it would have More Power than any preceding administration to effect a Thor Dougli Reform Tho civil service and the purification Tho whole political Mac Linery the administration. He Small gave his cordial support in Tua direction thus indicated. If ii a by tie Missouri movement became the defeat the administration Trio president must look to himself and his advisers for the responsibility. The president s own a join Ciplys achieved Victory Over his patronage. Had he Only maintained a Friendly neutrality Tho Succes the b. C<.�z7. Brown movement would have p ssh 1 for a Triumph. The president a i icicles wore gaining him Thor. I friends where now he Hadloc it i us. It May not be his fault i i. Import unities for acquiring aii. A in political experience but a , who pretended to to. His friend.-, ought to have foretold the result his interference and his following the a ample presidents Pierce Buchanan and Johnson. Passing from personalities various letters showing Federal patronage in Missouri had been prostituted giving color to attempts by Federal officers to Levy Black mail for party purposes. Or. Schurz referred to tiie presi dont s avowal in favor Tho civil service Reform he had shown the result the president s following Tho advice political mongers lord save the administration and party if the same spirit henceforward govern their course. After asserting Bis allegiance to be due to the Republican principles rather than party discipline he concluded with Homo speculations upon the probable formation a new party the popular belief that the Mission Tho Republican party is ended and remarked that the re cent democratic changes demonstrate a new phase development was upon the United states the exhaustion old issues and growing dissatisfaction and insubordination within great parties wore confirmatory evidences awhile Tho other hand the question the quot Revenue Reform quot civil service Reform &c., were yet ephemeral Issue. Upon the. Whole while the Prospect a new party might at present appear obscure yet it would come with the necessity the National crisis . Schurz closed with an expression his Confidence in the ability the Republican i arty. Or. Drake Rose to reply but yielding to a general disposition to adjourn he gave notice that he would to Morrow reply at length to his colleague. Speech adjourned. The indians. Grand Council at Okmulgee. St. Louis dec. 15.�?Tho re Puskan has a special from Oci Nugee Indian territory dated the Letb stating that Tho Indian Council organized with superintendent hang president and fifty four delegates present representing fourteen tribes including All the civilized tribes Tho most important subject for consideration is a plan for organizing the territorial government embracing All tribes. Yesterday . Campbell left the Chickasaw nation from a special committee reported in favor a plan organization Republican in form. It provides Fer executive legislative and judicial departments the government to to based upon and strictly in conformity with various treaties 1856. The Plin contemplates Tho Protection Tho weaker against oppression from the stronger tribes and it is not to depend upon any until their consent is obtained. After the reception Tho report the Council adjourned till monday to give Timo for de ii ration so important a measure. Here is considerable Over the matter. Everything thus far has Boon ducted with decency and order. W. P. Ross the leading Cherokee in an interview with the commissioners expressed himself in favor Tho confederation without congressional interference. Superintendent Haug has just returned from an executive tour among Tho cheyennes Aro Pahnes Kiowa and comanches. Satina the noted Kiowa chief wanted ammunition and complained that Tho texans came up and shot his people and wished the Camp supplies removed so he could Hunt Tho North Fork Canadian River. Favourable reports Are Given some other tribes. Tho Pochos new Mexico were Tho head Waters Frazor River and it was feared they would Como Down Tho Kiowa and Comanche nations and stir up trouble with those tribes. King William is excessively anxious to return Homo and von Moltke laments Tho intense suffering Tho German troops account the cold. 10w York. Be Ros Mastbe . Yolk Doc. 15�?the Tir Ibum s Warbington co respondent Tele pcs that Ibert is a Good Deal talk in re to the i possibility col. Forney Buco Beding Cresswell As postmaster Ami i and the latter being sont As minister to Russia in Placo Curtin Pennsylvania to Prussia in place Bancroft. The quot senator new Jersey from the canvass for United states senator gives Rumor to what appears unfounded that Secretary Bob will enter the Field As a candidate for senator and that he will be backed not Only by his personal friends but by supporters Cresswell. If such is Tho Case he will retire from Tho cont is. This will give the president another Opportunity granting be demands Pennsylvania. In this connection Forney is mentioned for Secretary the Navy and also judg Schofield Pennsylvania who is the present chairman the House committee naval affairs. It is understood that attorney general Akerman will be a candidate for the Senate in the Georgia legislature. The vacant position in the Cabinet in t ase Ackerman is elected will it is stated Good authority be tendered to senator Williams Oregon whose term expires the 4th March. His appointment will be satisfactory to the republicans California and Oregon by whom he is considered tie Man the Pacific . And who claim that the appointment would result in giving the next Oregon legislature to there publicans and in returning senator Williams to Liis seat in the Senate in 1872, in place Corbet. Among other changes in the Cabinet rumours Are circulating that Secretary Boutwell will soon retire from Tho Treasury department and that Delano will succeed him but these reports have been afloat so Long with to Prospect fulfilment that the Public justly hesitate to credit them. General Schenck s nomination As minister to England will not be sent to the Senate until after Tho Hom Days recess. The delay is understood to be at his own request. Several Washington correspondents refer to the rumoured retirement . Boutwell from Tho Cabinet. The world s correspondent telegraphed at 8 Lato hour last night that Tho Rumor Secretary Boutwell s contemplated resignation has become very general and is fully credited by Republican senators and members who have taken pains to investigate it. They state that the new lao Graino for the Cabinet is the Transfer Delano from the Interior to the Treasury and Tho appointment judge Agnew Pennsylvania As Secretary the Interior. Tiik suit. New York. Dec. 15.�?the argument in tie Case the Erie against the Delaware. A it a Kawauna and Western Railroad commented before the new Fer sey chancery court yesterday at Trenton. Hon. Robert Gilchrist for the Erie occupied the e entire Day with his argument. The appointment a Reserve will come up when Gilchrist has concluded. The late foreign mail advices state that the London Echo s Berlin eos respondent , that a new treaty will be proposed without the neutralization. The St. Petersburg Jolias says that the proposed conf Ranee will be Likely to consider the substance rather than the form the russian demand. A Pacific solution May be regarded As certain. Advices from constantinople state Liat Gen. Iowa till Bein Ltd questioned As to recent armaments said they were insignificant Aud Only for defensive purposes. Russia was prepared to give better guarantees for the safety Tho forts than those the parts treaty. The Vienna correspondent the London Standard telegraphs tha a Council ministers held at the Perth Tho 2nd, resolved that Austria would accept the proposed conference Only if Russia expressly acknowledged its competency and withdrew her notification lastly if the other Powers agree to joint action in Tho Case. Russia refuses. The London correspondent the Manchester guardian says it is stated Good authority that All the Powers excepting France have accepted the proposal for a conference. Tho Dato is not yet fixed but London will be the place assembling. It is not improbable that Earl Granville will be requested to act As president. A late dispatch says a correspondent at Versailles makes the statement that in conversation Tho political situation Bismarck said Strong efforts were making for the restoration the emperor Napoleon that a Congress the Eastern question would not to held without the French plenipotentiary that France had no authority to appoint one just now and that lie would not recognize the authority men the pavement to set among their bettors. Illinois. State treasurers report. Chicago dec. 16.�?Tho annual report state treasurer Bates has been Given by governor Palmer. It makes the following exhibit balance in the Treasury december 1, 1869, �1,762,-974 70. Amount received from All sources to december 1, 1870, $5,635,-774 91. Total $7,398,749 61. Total disbursements from december 1, 1869, to december 1, 1870, $2,895,779 03. Balance hand $4,502,970 58. A special to Tho Tribune from Kent land Indiana says a Firo in that place tuesday destroyed property to Tho value Over $100,000. A. J. Kent s loss was Over $30,000. Prof. Pm. Chauvenet the distinguished mathematician and astronomer died at St. Paul minn., tuesday afternoon. His remains go to St. Louis for burial. Chicago Dee. 15.�?a private letter irom France dated not. 27th, irom a gentleman prominent in science contains the following paragraph which shows the condition the military affairs in that country As Well As the spirit the people it will be observed that while he is full Devotion he admits the Little Hope remaining to the French lie says 1 Hope to be called for military 1 have been told that i am designed for one armies. We Are waiting every Day for an announcement some great Battle which depends our destinies. The a luminary engagements Are in our favor but there is not the great play. Our army the Loire is not the last army is not our last resource. We have Many people armed and ready but they Are Mere crowds not organized. But if a can have some sue Ces and Cut the army around pams in two three Days France will arise again and be stronger than before. For the i resent the heaviest anxiety presses our hearts. I will do my duty to the end. If Franco is Defeated i Hope to die in some struggle. If i remain alive i will do my Best to restore her. If this is forbidden me i intend to go to America. Ohio. Delinquencies discover a. Cincinnati dec 15.�?dr. James Scott Ohio has tendered his resignation As Secretary Washington territory. A number have been discovered in the accounts Here the late general Mcgroarty formerly collector the second Ohio District. They involve several thousand dollars that appear from time to time to have been collected without being accounted for. There seems to have been much looseness in the management his business. The signing receipts is charged with having been done by several persons who were not held by him to a rigid accountability. The stockholders the Cincinnati and Indiana rail Reid held a meeting this Forenoon and adjourned until the 19th january without electing directors. The stockholders the Indianapolis Cincinnati amp Lafayette Railroad held an adjourned meeting at Morris to Day and Tho recommendation the joint committee the stockholders and directors were appointed to inquire into Tho affairs and devise Means to liquidate the floating indebtedness. The meeting then he Joumei till the 20th january. There appears to be a Strong desire among Tho friends Tho Road to get matters again in a satisfactory shape. North Carolina. Gov. Imp acied. , dec. 15.�?the House today a ent a Conin Pittee three to the Senate impeaching gov. Holden and demanding that they take order in the matter informing the Senate that would be soon produced. The Senate replied that it would consider the matter and take order thereon. New Hals smrt. Akk Conant c.\.sk. Con Okin. 11 dec. 15.�?the celebrated Conant Shaker Case which has been in litigation some six years has been decided by the Board referee and tie co Quint estate is awarded47. As Del And so Eliot As Cost. The Conant and reside in this Eity. Where great interest has been caused quot Tiroui shout the trials. Financial amp commercial. Fort i Lark cts. daily fur the Morma it Ltd stiff r., by s. Bash it pc co. Foet quot Wayne in dec. 16. The weather to Day was c ear Aud cod Odon h to Kinnke business Active. The Street All Day were crowded Aud Market brisk. The Privi ii Al product Eale was pork which brought s7 50oi7 60. The do mud was fair but the Supply fully equal to it. The amount wheat brought in was not what might have been expected from the Beautiful weather and a Sli rat Advance will be noted. Staple articles Ken Erakly Are Arm with a tendency to Advance. The prices below have been carefully revised fro i the rates prevailing at he close Market yesterday t Kored ,-.t6." quot to to g to sprint wheat. 5to to 6 00 Grain a wheat. 1 1.1 to 1 it Corn ear. í3 to Corn shelled45 Oats. 33 to r.5 buckwheat,75 Rye. S5 to a to by utter Freeh Roll. 20 to 2s inferior do. 16 to 12 Kefurs prime. 15 to in it do inferior. 12 to 11 sundries potatoes. 7r, to so 1 pcs. A i to 25 Ginseng. 50 to co Cotton rates. Ii to 3v vinegar cider per gallon. 20 to 25 Wax 2s . 2 75 to 3 00 Green apples bbl. 1 60 to 2 00 tallow beef8 mutton7 feathers feathers geese. 75 to 80 do inks. 05 to 70 do chicken10 Beans Beans pure White. 1 25 to 1 50 do prime Navy. 1 t5 to 2 00 dried fruit apples Primo. 7 to 8 do info Lor. 5 to a peaches. Eccl tiny and game. Chickens per la. 7 to s turkeys quot. 8 to d geese quot. 6 to 7 ducks quot. 8 to 9 Venison Saddle. 10 to \2 4 sheep pelts Green. 70 to 1 00 dry. 15 to 1 00 seeds Clover per 90 to 6 00 Tinio tji i quot .3 do to 4 50 flax quot 1 so land a lard. To 14 hides Green calf per la. 12 to 15 Green untrimmed per Leto 0 do cared untrimmed per lbs i to 10 dry per la. U to 16 . 20 to 22 Wool Tab washed. 45 to 4c fleece medium. 40 to 42 do to 40 unwashed. 2s to 30 meats Lioci per Pound. S to 9 Mutio i it Pound 6 to 7 dressed hos. 7 50 to 7 75 furs Black Raccoon extra Eklons at their value1 00 to 2 0 no. 1 Raccoon Large Park and Well handled60 no 1 Raccoon pale35 a do 20 �?��?�3 do 10 �?�4 do 5 a a 1 Mink Large 8lse,dark 2 00 to 2 60 �?�1 do Small. 1 50 to 2 00 a a 2 do. 75 to 1 00 a a 3 do. 25 to 30 �?��4 do 10 a a 1 muskrats fall8 a 2 do do 5 �?��?�1 do Winterly a a 1 kit rata3 a a 1 Black wolf3 00 �?��?�2 do do 1 00 a 1 Gray Wolfi 25 �?��?�8 do do 65 a a i Black Skunk. 50 to 65 a a 1 narrow striped Skunk. 25 to 80 a 1 White striped skunk5 a a 1 red fox1 00 a do 50 �?��?�3 do 30 a a 1 Gray fox50 �?��?�2 do ."25 �?��?�3 do 10 a a 1 oleum cased8 �?��?�1 do open6 �?��?�2 in 3 Kitta and trash. No 1 Black House cat.15 a a 1 common House cat10 a a lavildcat40 �?�-3 do a a a 1 Otter. 4 00 to 5 00 a a 2 00 to 8 50 a a 3 do1 to Klutt Otter. 25 to 1 00 Deer skins red and Blue per la so do do Early Gray per lb20 do do Winter per lb18 no 1 Bear skin Northern. 8 00 to 9 00 a a 2 do do do. 4 00 to 5 00 a a 3 do do do. 2 00 to 2 50 cub Bear. 3 co to 4 00 div i Orik Market. By Telegraph new Yogi december 15. Cotton Dull middling Uplands 15c. Flour unchanged. Wheat Dull no 1 Spring Chicago a 391 red Amber. A 49@1 46. Rye Dull. Oats steady at my Toic. Corn Dull be 73 375c no 1 mixed 80c. Pork unchanged. Beef and Bacon steady. Lard Laj a for seller december. Eggs firm fresh 32@s8c limed 7l@83c. Old Stock and seen Ritea. By tale graph new Yolk dec. 15. Gold opened tronc at 8111v, and up toll clock remain my so. When it declined and closed a Tel Lori im10ji. A few Loans were made at from 81 8 per cent Foi Carryon. Clearances. $50,000,000. Of Rumments opened Dull and steady and remained so until Pmj tsars Fer Bonds to be sold by the Goy emment were made Public when the 6-Io s 18w. 1887 and 1s8s declined 1-4 per cent., closing . Money Active opened at 8<7 percent at noon from 7 per cent currency to 7 per cent Gold and late in the Day As High As 1-8 1 per cent. Per Day. The impression is that it will be easier to Morrow. There Are a everal reasons for this turn toward Stringency Hirst the Gold sold by the Treasury yesterday is to be paid for to Day second the litre a mount Loans made by Banks having City Charters have been called to prepare for the payments the comptroller Dae to Day and Many corporations Are preparing to pay their dividends before the close the month in order to save income tax. A Large crowd collected in front the Stock Exchange. And Money waa bought and sold the same As securities inside the building. There has been considerable exc lenient in the Stock Market the Stringency Money has made this effect As usual and there has been a pressure to sell. The whole list prices Are lower All around and there is a decline from 6-8 to 1 3-4 per cent. The most marked is the St. Pad and Parille Man. The treasurer the state South Carolina announces that the fire loan Stock that state Dae in 180, amounting to 8304,443 89, will be paid in Gold. Tennessee Bonds have been Strong to Day. Other state Bonds Are Dall. Sterline. Bankers Bills. Exchange. Coupons Issi. 1862 18�4 a 1s65 quot new. L=67. Quot Isis. Io-40 a. Currency 6s a. Of. A .107 .107v ,.107v 109x a Lvov .106v .110 Bonds. Mis Onri. Old Tennessee. New do. New Vir Trina. Old to. Old North Carolina. New do. Storks. Western Union Telegraph. Adsms express. Wells. Fartro is co. American express. U. S. Express. Paclin mail. New York Central. Scrip. Erie. Harlem. Preferred. Reading. Michigan Central. Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Northwestern. Preferred. Rock Island. New Jersey Central. St. Paul. Preferred. Wabash. Preferred. Fort Wayne. Terry . Chicaro amp a Mimi. Preferred. Obio amp Mississippi. Cleveland Columbus amp ii Icianna Turlington amp Quincy. Lake Shore. Illinois Central. 93 it he 61 6s 6 45 214.5v64h30 a a. M40,v90s�z3 .133 .133�7v 130v .104v�z1v 108 .�115m st9h497394v25 .115 .117ios. 81 .15391153v Pitta neb me Stock Iti Arket. By Telegraph j i res brass dec. 15. run Catt c since saturday last was fair but they sold rather alow with an ludic Fer Cut Prospect f a the remainder the week. The following were the ruling rates the Market at the close to Day extra 1,200 to 1,500 ,87 00 <i8 00 Good to prime 1.100 to 1,300, to 00 common to medium 1,000 to 1,100, s5 00<4 5 r,0 bni6. Stags and cows Soo to 1,600, �3 a 5 Stock steers 800 to 1,000, �4 50�5. ?8�?the arrivals hogs was very heavy and the Market was a Dull one none going Aboy the bid. We give the closing sales the Market As follows extra philae Flabia 85 90 Good to prime Philadelphia 225 to 2f,0, 8c 80 Good to prime new York Iso to 220, 86 75 to 150 to 300, �6 50. In go to common. Uii Ffinlo Lave mock Iti Arket. By Telegraph Brukalo. N. Y., dec. 15. Cattle receipts 363 against 211. Market quiet and most Stock arriving. Upper grades Are nominally Nichani de from yesterday s prices. Sales Western at blogs act Lac at 6\ Fie the latter for extra Light and medium in Good demand at a 00>4 ?6 �5. The train Market is quiet and unch aupied Aud holders firm Cincinnati Tia rect. By Telegraph. J i Tini at idec. 15. Cotton Dull. Flour unchanged. Corn advanced to 52 to rec. Rve Dull at to s5c. Oath unchanged. Barle Dull 95 to $1 05. Groceries firm. Eggs 80c. Seeds unchanged. Pork 818 75 asked. Lard unchanged at 11 l-2c in Gold for steam Leaf 11c, for head and gut 10 1-2. Bulk meats nil shoulders 7 1-4, sides 10 to 10 l-2c. Bacon sides inv to 13vc for Clear rib and Clear packed whisky s7 to Sec. Chicaro Tia rect. By Telegraph Chicago dec. Is. Flour Dull. Wheat no 8 Spring Chicago quiet closing at 81 05? Cash this p m Dell. Com no 3 mixed old new opened Arm and closed Dull at 43 l-2 ?t43ve. Oats Tinner. No 8 38v a 3s l-2c. Rye. No 2 firm at 63c. Barley closed at toc for Spring no 3. Dressed hogs Dell at 6vc, live hogs act Lac at �3 85 a8 35. Cattle quiet at 3 1-2 7 ii. _ far act. By Telegraph Philadelphia a. Dec. 15. Flour steady Ohio and Indiana is 00 �8 75. Wheat doll Indiana red �1 41 1 45. Rye Dell at 90c. Corn unchanged. Oats firm my unchanged. Petroleum quiet. Whiskey firm at 93c. Toledo Market. By Telegraph. Toledo o., december 15. Flour nnchani7ed. Wheat firm no 8 White Wabash $1 42 no 1 White Michigan $ 38 Amber Michigan 81 32 no 1 red Wabash $1 26 no 2 do 81 22. Corn unchanged. Oats Dell and unchanged. Cleveland Market. By Telegraph Elk ski and o., dec. 15. Wheat quiet no 1 red 81 25. Com steady new shelled 56c. Oats steady at 47c. Petroleum reined quiet and unchanged at Doc for crude refined 40c. Milwaukee . By Telegraph Milia Ukaz december 15. Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet at 8105 3-4 for no 3. Dry goods Market. By Telegraph new Yoek december 15. The dry goods Market is Dull and unsettled Cincinnati Gold Market. Kwh by Telegraph. , dec. 15. Gold Lvov Exchange Dull at 1-loth discount. Carpets amp Oil gloss Ngoy it having a accept an interest in a a Bolsamo in tin Eastern City i will from t is Date offer my entire Slock very lows As it must be sold. Fur the holidays useful gift. Velvet Luigs and Mats from $2.25 up. Ileal Jace ii trains at a reduction 40 per cent., i and All other goods offered for much less than their value. Any party parties desiring to engage in a pleasant and profitable business can buy the Stock and Good will the business Good terms. J. M Dougal 75 Coli Inabin establishment Democrat bij1l.di?�.� a Calm Aid warm Stop fort Wayne ind. Of Job office if As Complete in All its details is Tatj m the Nui Llic i the intention Railroad men in respect fully called to Ouri created facility ice for doing this class we Are prepared to All descriptions poster inting. Partio Olar attention paid to coloured printing. O a a it s. Of every kind size to Hap and color visiting wedding address and business cards printed in the most artistic manner Short notice and at reasonable Price. Call and see every size style and design executed 013 Fine paper to suit All Heads. All the regular styles kept constantly hand. Odd sizes ruled to order when desired. Pamphlet handbook work. Our Book Boom is fitted up with All the most desirable styles Type and material for doing All kinds pamphlet and Book work. In connection with Book and Job office we have a Complete Book by Vert and Are prepared to do All kinds Blank Wark Fob Mere giants a county ulcers. To the most approved Maimer and at reasonable rates. Our Blank papers Are from Tho bust manufacturers and Bankers and in Sunmei and other Buti iness men Demiri Selarge Blank books will consult their into rest i Poall

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