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Northern Markets--by Telegraph. Baltimore, Dec. 14 --Flour firm — Howard $5, Ohio and City Mills $5.75. Wheat steady — red $1.10@$1.20, white $1.20@$1.42. Corn active — new white 40@48, old white and yellow 58@60. Provisions dull and nominal. Lard 10 ¼. Whiskey dull at 17 ½@18. New York.Dec. 14 --Noon--Stocks better — N. Y. Centrals 74; Va. 6's 78 ½; Mo. 6's 67 ½ P. M.--Cotton steady. Flour heavy — Southern $4.75@ $5.10. Wheat steady choice white $1.49, red held at $1.20 buyers offer $1.18. Corn dull-mixed 63@64, Southern yellow 64@65. Pork dull and -- $7. Lard firm at 9 ½@10 ½. Whiskey firm at 18 ¼@18 ½. Sugar quiet Coffee steady — Molasses heavy.--New Orleans 29@33 Turpentine firm. Rosin dull. Rice s
Married. At the Universalist Church, by the Rev. J. Shrigley, on Thursday evening, 13th inst., at 7 ½ o'clock Mr. Geo. H. Fitzwilson and Miss Virginia E. Boehm, all of this city. Maryland papers please copy. In Washington City, on Wednesday, the 12th inst., by Rev. Smythe Pine, Mr. Wm. H. Howard and Miss Eugenia J. Sledd, daughter of John P. Sledd, all of Richmond.