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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 27, 1870, Fort Wayne, Indiana Honing Sentinel. A ,. _ _ a to Ili it Llyd rat sad4�7� a a cd ted in tie Salit Folkl Balim it i it it Otonier Ca Boun and Wayne Street by b. D. Dvanin amp co., b. P. Stiim. A. Of took. A. W�-nmid15b80k, by Carrier i yr.$9.00bymai1,1 yr.,$9.00 by Carrier 9 moe.4.dolby mail a moe.�?4.50 Timeto i one copy 1 . $2.00 ten copies. Of it. Jjo Vire covea.t.9.00 Twenty cople�.30.00by Telegraph reported fort Lic fort we Ync morn inc news general situation encouraging for the French. Count bismark indignant the Eclips the Sun. . Kit to Prussia. Beblis a dec. 23.�?it is understood that the King Prussia has granted a Tilla in Hesse Cassell to the Pope As a residence. England. The Empress at work. London dec. 24�?11 30 a. M.�?Busi-11688 was suspended to Day account the holidays. All markets Are closed and will remain so . The Empress Eugenie is organizing it fund for French prisoners. She is negotiating for the use Drury Lane theatre for a Benefit perform fince. Eastern question. London dec. 24. The first meeting the conference the Eastern question was fixed for the 3rd january. Prince Charles Roumania Calls attention the Powers to the fact that his position is settled by the treaty Paris is no longer tenable. Spain. The eclipse. Cadiz dec. 23.�?the observations the eclipse have been successful Here. Good photographs Chromo have been obtained. . Overstock fed. Antwerp dec. 23.�?this port is Over crowded with shipping and ves gels Are refused admission. River is freezing. Hamburg dec. 24.�?the Elbo is filled with ice and navigation seriously interrupted. More a a out tin Enlil so. Syracuse j . 22. I i professors Pierce Piid Lockyer say that observations taken by thin the eclipse were in perfect in cons quench the unfavourable a Cather but the results obtained last year in America were con irined. . Removal the capital. Florence dec. 23.�?the chamber deputies have passed by a Voto 192 to 18, a Bill providing for the removal the capital from Florence to Home within six months. A Resolution expressing gratitude the citizens Florence to Lio maus for the patriotism during the siege was adopted. The chamber adjourned to july Lgth ,1871. France. A voluntary Retreat. Special to the world lemans dec. 22.�?gen, Causey s Retreat to this Point was voluntary for the purpose concentrating his forces and drawing the germans after him. He has 200,000 men and will immediately resume the offensive. The 10th German corps at Tours 9th Bouth Tours Meckle burgers Between vend me and St. Calais and Manteuffel Are near Amiens. The general. Situation. Another sortie. Bordeaux dec. 23. During the great sortie from Paris wednesday general Ducrot took Many Hundred prison ers. The general situation seems More encouraging for the French. The non occupation Louis and the Retreat other prussian forces towards Orleans Are said to be the result the strage tical movement generals she Ausy and Bourbaki. Bouen has been almost entirely evacuated by the prussians. There were Only 150 germans there yesterday. General Manteuffel has undoubtedly moved his forces a the purpose opposing the March the French under general Fai Herts. The minister War denounced. Bordeaux dec. 24.�?lu an official dispatch telegraphed from Lille the night the 23ii, general far Dherde denounces the minister War. At Pont a Coyville the Battle lasted from eleven clock in the Forenoon until six clock in the evening. For a far greater portion the time it was an artillery Duel which was finally terminated by a charge from the Fretic i infantry Aion the whole line tie enemy. They were driven Back and the French troops remained masters the Field a Battle imminent. Bordeaux dec. 24.�?the advices from pans to night the 22d, have been received by a balloon which landed near Nancy. There was no engagement that Day thursday but a general Battle was regarded As imminent. The journals estimate the losses the French in the combats 21st, at about 800 killed and wounded and speak in very glowing terms the great courage displayed by the National guards. So viral Strong positions a Ril bid care Duitch from a private Ion rce London dec. 23.�?there is co Finna Tion the recent successful sortie from Paris to the North South and cast which captured a everal Stroniro l>ciition6 but yesterday s Iroini French . That two Divisi Loiis this Ai my Tiva Loire have effect d a Ojnik Tion appears be without foundation in fact the Nevai situation is tiie Freach fort Wayne vol. 10. Fort Wayne monday a grand French Advance. Special to the world London dec. 24.�?a dispatch from Versailles dated the 2l8t, says to Day that 50,000 French advanced the Road to Lebourget and attacked the guard s Headquarters at Gonissee. There was fighting at Monville Gargis Rouneil and Severn. The 12th Saxon corps reinforced the guard at 4 clock and the French retired. London dec. 24.�? it is said that m. Gambetta has announced to borne his desire that France terminate the co cordite to effect the separation the Church and state in franc. The morning Post issued yesterday the protect against the prussians. Great hardships and losses will occur during the coming Winter because the parisians have demonstrated their ability. Sixty thousand French troop a sat a Avra. London dec. 23.�?a despatch from Havre a ays a Rumor was prevalent that Chau by had been deleted by the combined armies Duke Mecklenburg and Prince for Derick Charles and were now in a full Retreat. Information had been received from Cherbourg that there arc now 60,000 French troops at Evaro. Reported insurrection. London dec. 23.�?advices from Versailles state that 6,000 saxons have left Dauncey with the intention making a forced March to Rheims where the people Are reported to have risen in insurrection against the authority the prussian commander. Count bismark indignant. Berlin dec. 23.�?count Bismarck has addressed a circular note to the representative the North German confederation foreign courts which Calls their attention to the fact that French officers Are breaking their parole by serving in the during the present War. He urges As the French government sanctions this proceeding that peremptory measures will be taken to Check it. The count adds thas in the event future complaints the same kind that proper judgment can and will to parsed upon officers at prussian Headquarters. Finances. Berlin dec. 23.�?herr comp Ranson Lias made an important announcement the prussian Chambers that no deficit is probable in the finances the monarchy for the years 1870 and 1871. Miscellaneous. London Dee. 23.�?the prussians have left Dieppe but Are encamped near by. A heavy Force the French ironclads Are stationed off the port Dieppe. Late advices and dispatches from Amiens report general Manteuffel near that City and that a Batto is probable. In avre Stdio ugly fortified. Bordeaux dec. 24.�?Havre is now so strongly fortified that no fears Are apprehended an attack. All works l but the City Are fully manned and supplied my there Are several War vessels rid in at Anchor before the City. The City Clie Ruburg is regarded Asim re Nablo to any Force the germans an bring against it. The fort Ifica ont Iio land Side have been completed and armed and As at Havre frigates arc stationed in the Roa is. Domestic news. Holden North Carolina before an impeachment court. Sumner and Morton eat dirt and make up. Laud commissioner Wilson his dignity. The carpet baggers Laid out in Georgia. Another Radical fal cation. De Rokk. A free broke out in the Oil dying establishment a Frame building owned by j. Ellenwood nos. 250 and 252 water Street Brooklyn yesterday afternoon. Several adjoining buildings were also destroyed. Loss about $30,000. The Tribune Washington special telegraphs that the Secretary the Interior recently sent a verbal message to commissioner Wilson the general land office that his resignation would be acceptable. Ijo the president to which . Wilson replied that he would not resign and that he would hold no conversation the sul . If the president desires to remove him the usual Way is open. Or. Wilson says that As the president has cast suspicions him it would be unjust to himself to resign and he thinks it is his duty to remain until he is removed at least until the president shows that he has cause for suspicion. It is thought that his successor will be nominated when the Senate reassembles. Wilson entered the land office As a messenger in 1823, and has Rise ii through every Grade oif Ico to his present j a sit Ion. A lib who loves Candy not wisely but too Well. New York. Dec. Elizibeth b. Phelps Well known advocate women s rights a lady wealth and High social position was honorable acquitted to Day by judge Dowling the charge for which she was arrested and committed stealing a package Candy from a store ctr Avenue. Tweed and Drien doing a Good thing a the Crispin a strike. New York dec. 2o.�?wm. M. Tweed has Given 50,000 and sheriff Brien five Hundred tons Coal for the Relief the poor in their respective wards. The Crispin a strike. One thousand and fifty Crispin strikers received Money for another week s support from the society funds last night. They say they Are determined to hold out and Are receiving $300 weekly from other cities. The quot r. W. Cd Zierott a Well known Stock dealer aii \ in iii tar in Staten Island Bui ined last night. Loss slco.003. The loss by the burning Rutherford Park in Kew .ter.scv, saturday is estimated at $110,000 temperature was net Over 6 Deg. By corp Zero at midday. To night it raft slowly. The cold weather has acted unfavourably Christmas sales Many not venturing. Holiday sales were satisfactory during the week some dealers Diwag More than usual. Dealers in Leaf tobacco manufacturers and warehouse men hold a meeting to Day to devise some equitable system for tobacco inspection. A committee was finally appointed to report wednesday. Georgia. Washin veto inv Yoke dec. 24.�?the Lafayette and Pennsylvania arrived , and the weather in this Vicinity during the last Throe Days has been exceedingly severe. This morning is the cold Cit tie season Tiik libel suit James Fisk jr., against . Bowles the Springfield has been discontinued. This was done through the influence Geo. Wilke editor the spirit the 2 Imes. An important dec Ision was rendered to Day by a Zilg Emcke Inna one the circuit judges i t the United states supreme court in the Case in which new Jersey Mutual i Ife insurance company Avert defendants. The company had referred to a policy ten thousand dollars upon the life a Man who had committed suicide the policy being held by a Sincee. The decision was Adverse to the company. Nearly All the evidence adduced was the Point insanity it being attempted to Jorove that the insured party was not in his right mind and that his death was the result insanity. The court decided that the Man was insane that insanity was the cause his death and that the Holder the policy was As much entitled to recover the amount the policy As if death had occurred from any other kind . A hotel destroyed by fire. New York dec. 24.�?the Rutherford Park hotel in new Jersey was destroyed by fire Early this morning. Loss estimated at $50,000. About a year ago the same hotel was burned. A counterfeiter in limbo new York dec. 24.�?general John Ramsey Jersey City was arrested in Pittsburg for defrauding the Revenue by using counterfeit tobacco Stamps. He is still in jail at Pittsburg. The United a states commissioner refuses any a iii offered from outside the Western District Pennsylvania. A Pittsburg p in , authority the detective who Ramsey that a Large Quantity counterfeit Stamps was recovered from a Jersey City Ware House. Akerman up a stump. Washington Doc. 24. The result the election in Georgia though to tums Are meagre is believed Here to to such As to preclude the possibility if it Ever existed attorney general Akerman s Clenti Ltd to the United states Senate. His to sign upon therefore from his present oif Ico is Inori doubtful than Ever. His friends iii to do not think his health will pc veil his continuance in office. Fish fins out with a dinner. Secretary fish gave a Danu r in t night to , foreign mini and committees senators Sumner add Morton a reticent. Thoy met for thu first time since their Aerin onious debate. Trio bad to filth the i it i having prevented him from attending the Senate session after tie vote san Domingo reported that there Trio utmost cordiality botwen them and that no Ither them had any disposition to remember the personal portions. Of their discussion. Or. Sumner said to Day that he is confident that the annexation san Domingo will to Defeated ii it conic up for action during this congroo3. The senatorial squabble in a in Coli Gan. Washington dec. 24.�? info motion has been received Here respect iii the senatorial contest in Michigan which makes it probable that the contest in the legislature will be chiefly Between senator Howard and sex governor Blair now a member the House. The opposition to Howard appears to to mainly account his residence it being in Detroit As senator Chandler lives in the Samo City the people the Western portion the state fancy tha t their interests Are not properly looked after at Washington. They have made special complaint an unique share government patronage which Detroit secures. Of the officers the who have already been honorable discharged their own application one Hundred and eleven have to Date received certificates from the third auditor their non indebtedness to the government and have paid their accounts passed by the second auditor. They have been paid one year s from january 1st, 1871, ill accordance with the provisions the Bill providing for the reduction the . The naval court martial convened Here to May to try cases allege 1 against defaulting paymasters but adjourned until after the Holiday the Case paymaster Girard will then to Takon up. An express company robbed a a $30,000 haul. Washington dec. 24.�?a letter received hero from Pensacola says that the 12th inst. The Southern express company was robbed a few Miles from that place. Thero were several packages Money one $12,000 from the Navy department which was probably intended for the Pensacola Navy Yard. Another package $10,000 and several other Small sums amounted altogether to about $30,000, All was stolen. Ohio. Georgia quot largely democratic. Augusta Doc. 24-�?sufficient returns from All sections the state have been received to show that the Blate has gone largely democratic and it is tolerably certain that the following democrats have been elected to Congress first District w. W. Paine 4l3t Congress a. J. Mcintire 42nd 3rd District we. Wright 41st and 424 5tli District l. A. Cooler to 41st, and a m. Duxbury to 42d ctr District we. Price 41st and 42d 7th District p. M. B. Young 41st and 42d. The 2d and 4th districts Are doubtful but it is thought they have gone Republican. It will take the official count to decide. The democrats have elected three fourths the members to Lear Slature. 33 to 55 to 80 to Xoi iii Carolina iii a x a court in j ment. Raleigh x. C., dec. 24.�?iiov. Holden appeared be Terlaj by his Consel before the Senate sitting As a court impel Clinent to to charges impede Vincnt and asked for delay in which to prepare his answer. The court Eiel the articles to be filed Belore Jan 23d. Tinder that arrangement they were ordered to file their exceptions within the next six Days and the cas3 would stand for trial january 30th. The court then adjourned to Jan. The democrats Lack one vote a two-third3 majority. Missouri lion pact iii. It. Lorr a e. 24.�?the Secretary Trio 3ii"rehint3 Exchange is. C the Ibl Lovrine statistic hog packing in West St. A101,-034 Anie Timo i Sec year i,." chicag it las y. Log. Winein Tutti a y a. 27,l 300. Louis Viii s 210,274 i. Y-.-, 17 ,-000. Mii Wakco 70,00 la3tyc-r, . India Nii poli00,004. Lolic. D Horo averaged 261 Brut Sci 210 . is Ami x. Pitl Tatj a dec. 21.�?th Arii c lao at i the morning in at Ono Lai Inoh a t it Tih in?.?, but before e citius i Iron a boat was to found a so at Dis Taine Fri m the it upset. The mate and Scanion lost. Three Trio i arty being drown a the other .,1 ill Collir two Pituc torn Iho boat Whir hours Suil Vring Uliey i Loze to deat i. Two Tjie Bodi Rij were at c be May to Day. Out re after in l Low the weather. A slight touch Arctic ii Viox -. Ixdiaxapoli.-, id . 21.�?la t night was the coldest season. The thermometer at Indiati Apolis at 8 a.m., was g degrees below Zero Lafa octto 10 below new Al any 2 below Richmond 5 Eclov quot Evansville 3 Bolow Union City 12 below inc Ennis 10 below Terre haute 11 b Dov. o., Ric. 24.�?this is Tho coldest morning twin season. A fore Sunrise Tho Allieri Notseter the Hills As Lov As 10 Degroes Bolow Zero i to noon it was Clear and Beautiful. Syracuse new York. A Man murders his fat ii . Syracuse dec. 24.�?a double horror occurred Friday evening at Cal lamer. Loronzo de Garrett aged 32, murdered his father in Law James c. Tallman aged 07. Girr Rcpt a ticked Tallerman in Tho latter s barn Yard and broke his Skull with an axe killing him instant a Garrett then went to his own barn 5 rods Distant and hanged himself the two men had Boon quarrelling about some property for some years. Christmas. at tin Wojik Tui keys. Dukti Corr 3ikdi. Dec. 21.�?the employees the Detroit i Vee press have substantial reasons to remember Christmas. The proprietors giving each assistant editor reporter compositor Pressman a line Turkey the news boys and carriers receiving suitable presents. In All 212 persons provided for. New Brunswick. The census fatal accidents financial embarrassment. Cincinnati dec. 24. A Tho exact population Ohio according to corrected returns is 2,663,681. Patrick Mccunn a Ras caught Between his own Wagon and another and was crushed to death in the 17th Ward yesterday. Cincinnati dec. 25.�?it was made Public to Day that Suire amp co., prominent druggists have become somewhat embarrassed though in Money circles it has been known some time. If was not until this week that things came to their present shape. It seems that some time ago g. I. Suire endorsed Lor a considerable amount for Tho United states proprietary Medicine company the principal Stock which he also endorsed. This paper went to protest which . Siire asked Extension. At some time the Linn asked Extension their own paper. It is understood they have asked for six months time and that so far As heard from very favourable response. Have been received. The House is an extensive one and nearly All its Lia bitties Are in Tho East. The firm claim that Tho liabilities do not exceed $150,000, while its assets Are $312,000. Tho impression prevails that they will work through safely. The Day has been cold though Tho financial amp com fore Warne Mariceta. Reported Dai y for the mob Uio so Tiki by s. Bash Job co. Foet quot Watek imd., dec. 23. Flour while wheat.1 15 to 1 it bed wheat�60 to a a Spring wheat. 5 60 to a 00 Grain wheat,1 1� Corn ear,38 to 40 Corn shelled. Oath. Buck wheat. Rye. Butter Foeh Roll. Inferior do. 18 to kept quot prime. 18 to 80 do inferior. 14 to 18 sundries potatoes. 65 to 70 i go Psi beeswax.�8 to 25 Giu intr. 80 to 60 Cotton rags. 8 to vinegar cider per gallon. 20 to so wax.28 cranberries. 3 00 do choice3 20 Green apples bbl. 1 .->0 to 2 50 tallow beef. Mutton7 feature in , geese. T6 to 80 do do rfcs. 65 to to do chicken10 Beans Beani quot pure White. 1 25 to 1 80 do prime Navy. 1 75 to 2 00 dried fruit apples prime. In 7 to 5 to 10 to 12 to to 1 00 15 to 1 00 u toil 00 Sto �00 20 00 6 25 3 so to 4 50 1 so 45 41 3s 28 6 4 to to to to to to do inferior. Peach . Poultry and game. Bickens quot per in. T to 8 turkeys quot. 9 to 10 geese quot. 6 to t , quot. 8 to a Viii son faddle. Sil Kep pelts Green. Dry. Hay Timothy per ton. Prairie quot. Ryc Straw quot. Set is Clover per . Hol. Timothy quot. Flax. Quot. Lard lard. He desk Green trimmed per in. S to dry per in. U to Green a Milf per in. 12 to dry Calt per in. 20 to Tut w Asbed. Fleece medium. Do one. Unwashed. Meats beef per Pound. Mutio per Pound. L to a.6 3-1 to 7 00 a rss iii radio extra skin at their value. 1 00 to 2 09 no. 1 ii Mccoon Jarge. Dark Aud Wen haudled60 no 1 Hacco a pm "2 do .80 �?��?�3 ii a. 10 "4 do 5 a a i Mink Largo Pize dark. 2 00 to 2 co a a i to email. A a 2 do. A a a do. A a 4 do. A a 1 Muskrat a fall. A a y to do. A a 1 i Wlmer. A a 1 kit stats. A a 1 Livack Wolf. �?��?�2 do do. A 1 Gray \vd1� a a 2 do do. A a 1 Ulack Ykouk. A a 1 ski Ink. A a 1 Vav Liitt striped ski Ink. A a 1 kid Fux. A a 2 do. A a n do. A a i Grav Fox. 2 quot to. A a a it do. A a 1 Ono Suna Ca de. Quot i do open. A a 2 do. and trash. No l i Loibisi cd it. A a 1 coinr.-. c at. A a 1 Wildcat. A a 2 do. A a 1 out. A a 3 do. Wilt a tit. To kiwis red and Blue per in co do Carly i re Gay j crib. Do do Winter per in Bat Al i it tto stack Bartett. By telegu pm Bettalo. H. T., see. M. If Othor it Robt Fagnon Holdan fan Ptim unchanged. it Toek for to tree end tax noon to a it deep my Hiim a Mim Timeto a a a a a Mil 1�6 Swine. Nil Waaks a Hla liets. By Teleg Repta , Decemb h. Floar Dall City Xyz $5 it. Beat filet a Tel . Cin Lanati Gold Market. By Telegraph non fati dec. Gold 10 eur by be 11-10 demo Nat and 4�il Taleda Narket. By Telegram i Toledo o., Decemb m. Floor quiet and anew used. Wheat Market a Teady Irth a moderate Demaala no a White w a aah is 41 Amber Michigan $114 no Al bad Wabash Al St not Fly rejected ked 1m no s Spring $1 03. Com quiet and one banged Low mixed file a Rte he 84c. Oata Market steady no 1 at 4 a rejected 41e. A Kiraco Market. By Telegraph Caio ago dec. S4. Floor Dall. Wheat no 9 Spring cd Cage Cly and quiet at it com no s mixed eloped steady at 43jc this p. Of unchanged. Cats no t quiet at 38310 to 38 tic. Bye steady be t at 7�f. Ley Spring no 3 Dall to 70c. Prasad hogs Active at to 00 to 97 live Hon re at 15 m to pc cattle Dull ats Tooji a. I by Ladelphia Market. By Telegraph pa., Dee. 84. Floter steady extra s5 60 others unchanged. Wheat Anchan a Ohio and ind Laim to 4s�14s. Rye unchanged. Com firm yellow 74e Aad Ino t mixed 73c. Oats fall prices�?54<?i5�c for West pm and state. Prot Sloas Dall. Petroleum crude 10c and refined whiskey steady at 980. Caum 4� . Cx.on�. To Dove a Clos my having a a a Stoa Ian not a a Whormb borne m Sattory City i will �T9m ibis 4�to, a Al we my entire Gaeir egy Latr m h mgt a a a by has mfg a it Fly Tda Rai Bogi my in him fll26xxtbaobxhkabt Bab oaths Voeth Lio bats a Krilaff out slim Al Kimou a maj Eoo pm Vaa saw la a by i eee Tobb Opok it but a Tbs a a a a rail Jan .a Cpl did a poor Tuitt to Poham Hai Idaj pc Matte work now prior. We icy eil9 Ems imps by. And Wieri Imus a a a a mme. Piaf. U f 10.m. We Man Biaco by i Mimi mme Ami our a. My Temh. My a mate a Jat a at had ��?�14 plate. Go Laititi tout Mutari 9mu9 us Waich Charaus am to a a swi Veneie drugs a mid Mcnies. To to to 1 i to 2 00 75 to 1 00 25 to so 1� s re 10 3 2 to 1 00 t 15 .-50 5 1 00 r a 20 a 25 10 8 c 3 in. 10 40 20 t a 00 to 2 50 1 50 to 1 0 1 so 2. 12 1 Jucar kid Northern. S 00 to 9 00 a a 2 do do do. 4 00 to 5 00 a a 3 �0 do. 2 00 to 2 50 crib a car. 3 .0 to 4 j \ 0 to the Steamer k. E. Lee. St. . 23.�?Tho vessel a Biclie spoke Trio Storimer Limbert e. Log brings a Lottor from Captain Korr dated yesterday. Continuous i Alsey goods Aro a Oporto but everything is ready to Avail j the first moderate weather to repair Atlantic cables. Cincinnati Mariceta. By telex Raph Cincinnati Dee. 24. The intense cold weat Ier Aud the commence Mentor the Holiday has unsettled the Trade bom what and transactions. Cotton firm middling flour steady family $530�5 so wheat. Fore to news regarded favourable red 8116� 1 18 Corn scarce firmer 52 54 Kye Onle inc Hanfred Oats steady Barley 90, for fall groceries unchanged lard Oil steady 90, unchanged eggs quiet unchanged butter scarce firm 29@34 cheese Dull Clover seed lir Timothy and flax seed unchanged pork firm 19 Lara firm 11�ij for Etc am Kettle bulk meats and 10 for shoulders Clear rib and sides Bacon firm and 12 for shoulders Clear rib Ana Clear sides logs firm 83 15 �6�25, dressed s7 00@7 2r.frozen 87 55@ 7 65, receipts 3,00 Vvhs Ifemey steady at 67. Dry it oods Market. By Telegraph new Yorik december 24. Thiol Belg Christmas eve and the termination the week there is Little business doing among wholesale houses but a big business among retailers. Tue weather being cold Thero is Little alteration in the Price Staple textiles. Cabat quot a quot Brown sheeting 11 i a Augusta do 1i 4c Dwight a 10c great Falls. 1,10c, 8,11 Picas get 12mc Suffolk a 9c Tremonte 7iic an-dor8coggin,9jic sheeting 323ic, do Loic do s7 in and 5c per Yard Higner for same in bleach in for better b b bleached Muslin 14vc for Amos Keak and Bartlett 18>c for Ell lie for Gold medal to Inch Width is for Eca Sarge and for Monadnock sheeting 8sc do 103ic, and Itric do. All dark prints Are held firmly at 10�llc. 2 a cinc lumber Market. Kept Rich by , Milles amp co. Fost Wayne dec. 25. A a snips 12 1-1 feet Long m do do seasoned,823 m no Dinand for 10 foot lengths. Wide 1 in Liick All widths gun is m do do do dry.�2 it m Ophir Wiat Clear 1 in Aud l ,s20 m do a do seasoned.823 m do do do even $1 pril additional to above prices. Siding Hiripi Green,.$32 m do seasoned,823 m cull Poplar .812 m wait it Clear Green,.�30 m do ,.835 m Pine a i pcs .835 to 45 m Stock Totol spam a elects 25 to 30 m finc iii. 16 to 17 m common. 13 to 15 m flooring ,20 to 35 m hiding. 14 to 21 m Bull 3 25 a big a a Star 13 in,____4 75 do do do 10 in,____4 00 do no 1 do 16 in,____2 50 j list and studding. 17 to 21 m do do do do do do do do do do Cass druggists will sell first Quality window a Liss at the following Low Al genres 8xio per box.ts. 10x12 quot. 3.38 10x143.38 12x14 quot. 3.15 12x16 quot. 3.75 All other a incs at Samm rate. A also a pure linseed Oil. Per Good White Lead per cnn.2.15, 3.do absolutely pure White Lead 3.�0 with these we offer push drugs Al Dys stuffs fish neat s foot Lako lubricating and All other oils it a Jois moms give us a Call. Biddle amp brai Driff to Ruhr Culini India and it in lbs in Sta. March 10. F lectures. To to in i it a is lecture association lecture season 1870-71. The lecture committee the t. M. L. A., takes pleasure in announcing the completion arrangements for a first class coarse lectures during the coming season. The coarse will be Given at Hamilton s Hall and will to made up As follows thursday dec. 29tlj. B. J. De cordon. Suhy acct not deter Nind. Saturday Jan. 14th. Paul Dacha Illa. Sub Jet a quot a Jouney to the country the dwarfs monday. Feb. 6th. Lillian Edgarton. Sobject a quot whither Are we Drifting marry age and Francis train. Subject not determined. tickets 50 cent. Set son tickets to five lectures single 83.00. Season tickets to five lectures double $4.00. Tickets for Sale at Lorin Smiths and All the Book Storss and by the committee. F w. Keil chairman \ Lect. Geo. W. Durgin a re a 8�c a com. N22 is Civ York fold and Stock snark it. By Telegraph. 1 mite Yoke dec. 24. Gold has Ben very Dull and steady opening pric nok Itilio a. Quot Loans were made at from 8 to 6 per cent. .ccari-.nces,abouts34,0s0,c00. Governments Hare Bot a Dull and steady prices remaining at the c Ohi quot at about opening rates. Stocks have been Strong but very Dull All Day transactions have been made Only at a very limited extent As All contracts made to Day and expiring monday Bear one Day s interest at 7 per cent. Slate securities have been quite Dull during the Rcck. Monday will be observed As a Holiday Conie Quei itly there will be no session the Gold 8 Ock Board. Sterling Exchange Bankers Bill.109 coupons 18c2.107 i new.109?i 1sc7109% is Sno 10-40 a106>tf currency cs109ji a talk dts ads. Missouri. 5>3 old tennessee63 new do. 62ji new Virginia. 63 old do. 6� old North Carolina. New do. Stock3. Western Union Telegraph. 45 Adams express. 64 Wells Caroro amp co. 31 american m. U. Express45> u. S. Express. 33 Pacific mail. 80 new York Central. »1 scrip. 87h Harlem. Beading. 98 Michigan Cleveland and Northwestern. Preferred. Is i lock island03% new Jersey Central.1053< St. Pan. K 4 preferred. 80 Wabash. 43 i referred. E9 fort quot Wayne. Jiz Terre haute. 35 Chicago amp Ohio pfc Mississippi. 27k Cleveland Columbus amp Cincinnati. 8l Burlington amp a Nancy. Lake shore.�?. Flu Illinois Central. 134 new advertisements. Stockholder s meeting. The annual meeting the Sabsch Theta to the capital Stock the Wabash and Erie canal company will be held at the Floc tha general managers in the City la Fayette Indiana the second tuesday in january next the 10th, for the purpose choosing managers and tha dec 17-Janlo. 0. W. Colton. Gen l manager w. S. Co. Barbers. Warm and cold Baths a at the a Central shaving Saloon Fred. Meyers proprietor. And beat Lankist shaving shampooing hair cutting dyeing done Short time and in the 1 Legal advertisements. Attachment Votice. V attachment. I Ork it Markci. By Telegraph new Yolk dec Ember 24. I Cotton opened firm Bat closed Dull middling Upland at 15>c. Flour in speculative demand and prices higher at �6 9s g6 18 for extra shipping grades. Wheat demand fair and Market firm new Spring. $1 893 1 40 red Amber $1 44 �1 47. Kye Dull and pieces Are nominal. Oats quiet at 60@61xc for Western afloat. Corn in speculative demand and prices higher no 1 mixed at75@7cc How at 77 7t>ic. Pork firmer at $20, seller february. Beef Cut meats and Bacon Market steady and prices unchanged. Lard demand fair Aud Market Large buyers at 12jic seller february and March at 12jie. Metals manufactured Copper steady ingot Lake 22ji@22 in for Cash. Iron scotch pig at34@36c u. S. Plg.31 �32c bar Dull at 75c Kus iii Sheet 10 i Lac in Gold. Nails scarce. State Indiana Cowitt is. Jacob Swadner is. Wlliam Webb. Before f. K. Cosgrove. Jua tical it the Pecac Springfield township Allen couty Lala a. It appearing to tha atals faction a a said Justice from affidavit full that Bald William Webb is resident the stat Indiana notice ii therefore Bernaby give tha Bald defendant the Pem Deuce tha above entitled cause that proceedings in attach Anat Havat it men commenced therein that Bald cause jul by heard before said Justice at Bis off Ca Baba Tow Aahl Springfield county and state agora said the 14th Day Jannary 1871, at 10 clock a. M. That if said defendant Faua to appear before said Justice and answer complaint the Day and hour above named said Causa will be and determined a his bases cd. Of k. C08gk0tb, j. F. Dec 23-30 Jan 6d administrator s Ivo Tiee. Notice is hereby Giten that the undersigned has teen appointed and Gual fled a administrator the estate Anthony Gerardin deceased. . To Bose indebted having claim against the deceased will please Call the administrator for settlement. 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