Detroit, Dec. 28. Weather milder rith a slijfht fall of 8iiow. The ílour inarUet opens dull, ele maud light aod no new exciteinent, the only chance s au advance iu Minnesota Spring of 25c for choicest. The highest figure paid for choice white is $6.50 ín wheat prices were at a slight advance iu response to ruling rates at otlier markets and extra advanced le closlng at $1.33 White found free buyers at $1.23. There vvasfair iuquiry for all grades, partly speculative and partly to U1 orcUrs, 2 cars faney white sold for $1.38, 3 cars regular white f 1.15. Corn is In fair shipping deraand at Ö6c, but 2 cars white mixed were sold for 45c. üots quiet, with a slight advance havdly qnotable. Rye in good demaud Barley unchanged and market dull. Apples are flrra at $2.75, and thougli held a little higher, this is nn advance of 25c over last week tor choice. The butter market is weak, le decline for very choice, with light sales even at 25c;. Ilogs, dressed, are in good (Iemand with a steady market. [Balance of letter Is so badly written or smut ted thut it was like a tough conundrum, too ïnuch for the compositor, and is necessarily omitted.] ASÏ AIIBOR IMtOIUCE .1HKKETS. Arous Office, Dec. 20, 1870. Wequote thifiifternoon as follows : WIIEAT- White. 116C ; Rod. KOc. CORN- -.Tic. OATS-31Cto34c. BEANS- 120. BUÏTEU-2.r)C EGOS- 22c. LARb- 13c. HAT- tS&tW. PORK- ÍG SOÖtT.00. Al'PLES- 35(3.500. ' POTATOES- 50c. CHIOKENS-9C TURKEYS-12C.