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Burk- eigbty-tbree but at the other end of the line In the East where th cattl arrive em hau ted, after their journey, whicb goes an prove my Ideas.1 Wheat Mark tw April. The diagram below shews the oniformlv upward couth of the price 'of wheat for a series et years : Th tipper line shows tbe temlein-y ut the rosrliet tor an average of twelve years; the second line tor ten yewrs, and th lower one for seven years. Without an exception during the past twelve year;), a tary? advance has 00 or red In April, and eonunneii until the niidille of May, and there le no reaaoa why a siiniiar one sbonil not taseniBce mis moots. The supply is diminishing rapidly; the ex-porta out of New York aloue being over .ttMi.UOU Dusneis weesiy. 1 ne oaiiy receipts in Chicago ara but from .0tM) to 10,OHO No. 3 rjorifiK Wheat. CapitAilsU bulrt i.uuti.uuu for an advance, feeliua assured that Kuatland and France will take all we have to spare at advanced prices. It Is to early to tell Anything about the growing crops, and many seU I

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  1. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,
  2. 10 Apr 1879, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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