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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
THE STATE RESTS.
Ml the Evidence in for the Prosecu
tion of Frank Jams.
fhe Bandit's Identification With the
Winston Robbers Complete A Hews
paper Reporter as a Witness Refuses
to Answer Certain Qeustions Tha
Prosecution Confident of Conviction.
fiAU.Ativ, Mo., Augmt . Th tcBtl
mony on the Frank James trial waa reatim-
1 yestefiliiy, aiuljoscph Mallory, u far
mer, testified that on Um Thursday before ,
Iho Winkton rohljery ho iw Frank
Jimes buvinj: a homo shod at a hlacksinlth
.hop in company with another man, whose
tame he did not Ntate. The assassination
of (iarfield was the topic of dlacusainn.
When orosa-exainincd, the witness said
Frank looked very much like the mm who
pot his horse shod on that occasion ;the 111:111
he talked to, however, had full wliinkera
and not btimildes.
Jonas Potts, who shod Frank's horne. tf
t i tied that he lived m;ar Winton. and that
he had seen F'rank James in bin shop In the
latter part of Juue, and th;it he visit
ed the shop ajfain, cither on thu l.'lth or
14th. to have a hore shod. On the second
visit he came a little before sunrise and had
a bay mare shod all round. After some
brlik cross-examination :uid redirect exam
ination witnws stated that Frank James
pave his name as Green Cooper, a cattle
dealer of lUy county, and that he had sub
euently IdentlfoVd Frank James' mare in
a livery i-table, wearing twi of the shoes
which he hail put on her, The witness wan
positive In his identification.
A farmer by tho name of Wa-b WMtten
next Untitled, corroborating the black
smith'! tei:iinonv, w he w.u, at the black
smith shop at the time Prank bad the horse
The wife of the blacksmith, Mrs. Jonas
Potts, a no testified corroborating Mr. Putts
testimony, autiug that frank James took
breakfast at her house the day before the
Frank 0"NH, a neaspapr reporter,
next testitted that he had an interview with
Frank Jamea a ek before the surr. ti ler,
In which he gave a somewhat detailed re
cital of his life In Nashville, and a descrip
tion of Jim CummiuL's and Dick LidJell,
and that whiNlin Nashville
UK ALWAYS TfKNT UNAKMKli,
and mentioned uiauy fr.emU amoup the
cflicial of the city. The witnesi.. on being
asked by tb court whtre the interview ot
curred, reluned to ay anytbtn? fti'thT
than It occurred in Miaaouri. T ie court
rulnd that the witneis moat auswer, and
that he would be given until to-morrow
morning to answer the qiuwtlaa.
A clergyman, lienjamin Mitchell, living
throe miles fjom W'liinton, next tetifl.-d
that on the day of the Winston robl.-y the
defendant and a uwui named Scott rode up
tothebotiM- and akcd for dinner, and
wailst awaiting dinner
rpbemerml claims of IUib
witties felt conflik'.t that
the idential man, though
(llsousnd t lie
at the time he
Kra Soule, a farmer living near Wins
ton, next testified, in nuhstanoo sub
niantiating many points of the previous
witne.sk, and the court adjourned.
TIIK TKfiTIMOiN' Y OK BINJ. MITCH KLL,
who liTca tliree milea from Winston, intro
duced Just before adjournment yesterday,
effectually destroyed any intention the de
fense may have bad to try and prove that
Jim Cummings was at the Witwton rob
bery . Mitchell positively idcuttfod Frank
J lines as the man who on the day of the
rubbery sat in bin parlor and disfus.sod
Shakcpcaro and Tob Iagersoll. Jim
Cumuilnp.H la a long lank, shiftlew, Igno
rant f tllow, according to th descritlou of
those who knew hira. Airy effort to eon
fouti't Frank Jamc and Jim Cumminps Is
absurd. One of the acnsational surprixes
of tho trial for which the peoplo have been
not uujirei ared would be the introduction
of J in Oumtuing on the stand. Many
people acre deny that Cumuiinj;s i alive;
say lliat Jcjm: Jimies tok hliu mit and
killed him Just like be did Ed. Miller.
Another story Is that Gummlm U in the
Alabama penitentiary under nil nssumml
name, having been tent up for horse steal
ing. Mr. Walla4, the prose eulor, says
that Gumming in airvn and that
eight monlhN ago be rexi'lpd a wa
ter from him written In Onsgnn. Cum
miugn would have been one of the first to
squeal after Pick LlikFcll's surrender had
the Kansas City Journal misquoted Clarence
Illte In an interview held In tho peultou
tlary la-it winter, id acennod Cummingaof
participation In the Blue Cut and Winston
robberies, which had the effect of keeping
IT IM VKRY AAKK TO 8AY
that dimming! has not boon within pistol
ra'r.'e of either of the James la-others since
his (light from 'IViiihwc In m. Quite a
I'lei'Ze was created by Frank O'N'eil, a re
porter, to tell where Frank J;ime was
vs In n be negoliil'd for his surreuder to the
(Jiiverttor, O'Neil haviiig spent tlio
week previous with James.
tlcri. Joe Shelby, by his wrsoual In
fluence, prevented several hundred huso
whackers froiiifitiendliig hkn trial, fcaiim,'
ti 11 lliey would breed Irotildc of some
kind. H the getii'iai had used Ills liillileiice
upon himself a scene In the illiiing-ro"iii of
the priitriitiiiuly named I'alac hotel would
hiiT ' b'i'U prcveiiteil.'t'lii (ieucl'iil had met
a number of friend riuiiii' ibc a ternoou
and ill supper lime he) found himself op
poslte a man who borf a remarkable ni
si mblence tn Dick l.ldilcll. The General'!
vision wa a little, ohm iired, and bclrevliuJ
that he was
l'A( K TO I' ACK Wl I II 'I KK 1NKOKMICR.
proceeded to deliver an arlHn-e lu which
expletives iirediimlimird, and eortWudlng
by drawing tils rrvalver and laving it 011 his
Hp. The man who looked like pick Lid
dell showed great choIucmi and rem tkicil
nppimlt)! the Oi nrral calailv 4pi44ir his tea.
Mr. Orowtler, Ihe Marabull of Lerrtglon,
explained tbi inlslaKe to I be Uonur'tl and
induced him to put tip his ItMlo pun.
Guo. W. McCtui, a farmer tn Jackaatu
ctiunly, testified to Dick l.HWcll leaving
wagon at hi house smut Uiue after tho
Winston affair. Thu hrmki of Uw Rich
mond ex prens nirice were put Ii tvldcncrt
show the receipt of tho Iwx of gtiM ad
Mrs. James' arwlng machine, Nt.
Eila Kltidig and her mother, Pvfcitr fiMtr
Ulile from WlusUrii, idcDllfled l UtVlek
and Frsflk Janif as kwilun toiretMr ai ti.
Uay of Um nibbory. W. laejs,
MORNING, AUGUST 30.
who took .fi-sso' .fames in a tugy to riamil
ton the time an expedition was abandoned
t Gallatin on account of Jesse's toothache-,
corroborated Dick Llddell'a account of that
affair, lie positively Identified Fniik
James and the ottter members of tho gang
that visited his farm with their sick com
panion. H. E. Bray, sone of the foregoing
witness, testified to tho Visit of the gang to
bis father's house. Mrs. Uray corroborated
tier husband and sou, and was much clearer
in her Identification than either.
j - I OK TIIK I.K OK LAW.
&nd For No Other Itoaaon Pons Gov.
Crittenden Want the Puritanical Act
of Mr. Downing Enforced in Hu Louis
An Extra Session of the Legislature
Jkfkkkson Ci ty, August Gov. Crit
tenden wa called ou by a reporter this
morning and asked for his opin.cn of Judge
Norman's decision in the Letup case. "I
belief Judgn Noonun thinks he has decid
ed riht," said the Governor, "but as I
have not fully read his grounds for decis
ion, I cannot say whether he is rl;ht or not.
I tbii.k ha is wrong. The matter, however,
will be settled by a higher court " ...
"Hut in the meantime the mIooii will
be kept open on Sunday!?"
"1 suppose an, " said the Governor,
"but I think the saloon men arc making
a terrible hiMake. lam in a po-ition to
know the opinion of the people of the state
In thU matter, and 1 tell you that they are
strongly against the altitude) titu St. Louis
saloon men and the sympathizers have
taken in this matter. "
"You think they are?"'
"I know they are. Four men out of rive
all through the state are opposed to the
opcn'ng of the saloons on Mimlay. Now
that the Downintr law has been spurned
and iwt aide the saloon men wil have to
take the consequences."
"And they care?"
"If the Downing law Is not strong
enough an extra session of the Legislature
will make it stronger."
"Will you call an extra session?"
"I have the matter under serious advise
ment. It is probable that I shall havo to
take that step. Now," said the Governor,
"I want It understood that I am not a
Prohibitionist. I do not believe In prohi
bition, but 1 do believe in the enforcement
ef the law in the spirit and In letter.
Nutria nl Nlaanton. III.
Stacstov. III. , August 2!i. Further
particulars regarding the suicide of
.Scbwalb, on the 27th, are that he was
missed from his boarding p ace at noon,
but no search was made until night. Then
his body was found astride a fence. A
short rifle with the butt on the ground sup
ported liN head, through which was a bul
let hole. He was about fortv-tive years
old, and was married live weeks ajo to Mrs.
James, ot this place.
Saratoga, August 29. The first race of
three-quarters of a mile was won by Itich
ard Loud, Envoy second, I'owhattan third.
Tlic race of one mile and 500 yards w as
won bv Capias, Bessie secoud, Blazes third.
One mile and a quarter, over five hur
dlesFury first, Beaverwyek second, Ka
en third. Time, 2;22.
fJi-itiNi iKfici.it. Mass., August 2D. Re
ports fruiu one hundred tobacco towns in
the Connecticut and llousatonic valleys in
dicate that the tobacco crop will be a full
full average and excellent 111 quality.
o m 1 : s. i r 1: 1. . ; it a i s.
-Extensive- prairie tires are ravins; near
A horse thief, named James Curtis,
nurremleri'd to the authorities it Joplin,
Caldwell A Mason, vam and wool deal
ers nl Philadelphia, have suspended. Lia
The ex-Coufcderste soldiersluovv hold
ing their annual reunion at Jefleison City,
Mn., are having a grand time. Much
wine is being consumed and many speeches
- John W. Mackey, the California mil
lionaire, lias taken the presidency of tho
Postal Telegraph company. He says Its
policy will be unchanged. The lir.es will
be extended as rapidly as possible.
oe Ohornii and John Cooper, two
employes in the 11. S. Revenue depart
ment, tried to bulldoze a Texas railroad
conductor out of a small faro last night.
Pisiois were drawn, a shot tired anil the
conductor came off victorious.
Yesterday while Henry Shackleford and
J. A. Ili-vells, of Green Pond, Ala.,
were engaged In a quarrel, a friend ot
Shackelford, named W. Johnson, crept up
behind Itevells and tired a bulba through
his lieS'L llevell's died Instantly.
(rili Stein, who murdered George
Fredericks in May last, and who was sen
tenced lo twenty-five years In the peniten
tiary, has been gruuied a stay of execution
of sentence until the Snpreme court arrive!
a: a decision on bis motion for a new
-There Is troublo in the camp of the
presld 'filial parly out In tho Yellowstone
park. C. pi. Hayes, who was taken along
to command the party, Is under arrest for
disobedience of the President's orders, and
things are "all wrong" (rciierally. Tho
President Is very much bro.vncd by his
Journey, and looks all used up.
Hart Hicks, a prominent fanner ot
Rutherford county, Tstm., became In
volved In a ditllculty with a ii-urn laborer
ou his farm yesterday abusit the feeding ot
stuck. Thu negro began to curse Hicks,
when Ills sun llalll-,) drew 1 pistol and shot
him, lufllilii a very severe wound. Nei
ther Hicks nor hiss son have been ar
rested, Jamil) AltoiiWurg, a German citizen of
Indianapolis, ye-t onlay on one of the busi
est and most crowded si reels of that cliy,
shot twice at a fellow-countryman, Jac ib
Dush by name. The first bullet passed
entirely through Bush's body, '''he second
hit iwn citizens who happened In he. pass
ing that way, rtusli died In half an hour,
Alloiibtirg ran lo the nearest alley y and
placed the still smoking revolver at his own
liead and tired a fatal shot,
John C. Nc'v, speaking of the Idlers
that uppcHi'd lu '.he New York Sun recent"
ly, 11111I which were published In tlnsa
columns yesterday, said: "There certain
ly does not appear t ts anything In ilioso
letters that a man ought lo he ashamed of.
They indicate very clearly that the
Republicans were earnestly l work en
dmivorlhg to carry ton slalo of Indiana, a
they certainly (lid. Doubtless tho loiter
are icenulno, although I do not remember
tho details. Dorsey had mo more right to
thoM letters than ho b4 to ny pocket
took. Thsi wero Ml ivaa addstssdU
fShc is Si ill Missing and the Peteotlrea aro
nl Tin tr Wit's End-Tho Chief of Polioo
Jsauesa Descriptive Ciroular-A 8ut
ci ia Theory Thought of-Btana Struok
Sr. I.Dt'is, August 20. The fainter
heart il friends of the Churchill family are
negiuning to turn more towards the theory
of suicide. Xo fresh clues of valuo bave
been discovered, and detectives and re
porters aro finally puzzled to know what
next to do in the case, Letters from some
of thn young lady's former school-mates
continue to strengthen the theatrical theory,
is thry all mention that Miss Mary had long"
'Xprcsscd a determination lo take to tho
.i.u'e. This Is strengthened in their minds
iy the fact that her opera-glass is missing,
hough what connection there Is between
jpeiii-,'l.isses and work behind ".he foot
lights can not be understood.
The police have Issued the following cir
cular, which bears a photograph of M.ss
Office Chief of Police, August 27. 18TJ.
Miss .Vary Churchill. She is described as
follows: Seventeen years old, well de
veloped, light hair, blua eyes, ears
pie peed, well formed, very prominent
nose, gold filling betwtin the upper front
teeth, had on a light thin dress, small black
dots, had ou a cold ring with a tiftv-o-ut
fold bangle attacked, also a gold lace pin.
J.eit m-r home, o. 2(3, Morgan street, on
Sunday, 10th In-L, and has not been seen
or hf ard of since.
Any information of the whereabouts of
the above would ho thankfully re
ceived by her parents or the Chief of
J()H N W. ( AMPBItlX,
Chief of police, St. Louis, Mo.
Copies are being forwarded In all direc
tions, and good results are ho ped for, al
though tho family are now prepared for the
Whilst searching for clues yesterday a re
porter called at Miller A Wale's theatrical
uzency, on Olive street. "We hive been
bothered to death," said Mr. Miller,
with people coming to learn same-
thing since the papers published the
report of Miss Churchill being stage
"Wo thought yesterday," said Mr.
Wales, 1 'that we had found the girl at
Kausas City, as it was learned a new girl
from here had made an engagement at
the Coliseum theater, but it turned out to
"Have you many applications from stage
truck girls?" '
"Yes. For some of them we get good
places, but others have no talent, and, of
course, they must be passed over. You
have no Idea of the number of girls In St,
Louis w ho would do anything to get upon
the stage. They are perfectly crazy. "
"From what class do they come?"
"All classes. We have the names of
some of the best families on our hooks."
"Yes, " Droke in Miller, "we expect to
send two society ladies from here to-inor
row ;n Join a tirst-class company in Spring
field. They are members of two well
known .stiakcsNtcar lau clubs In this city and
jiood actresses. The fact bi, St. Louis is
rapidly as-uming the same position In
aineatur theatricals that Boston holds for
music and professional work It is the
"Has anyone answarlng Miss Churchlll'i
description applied to you this season?"
"Couldn't say as to that," said Mr.
Wales, "sho might have come herself,
but I don't think sho did. At all events
we never had her name. I'll tell you
what we have, though; wo have
the names of several of those same
friends of hers who have been doing so
much talking since she left. They are as
crazy as she to go on Ihe stage."
"Could vgu give me their names?"
"It would not be professional, you
know. Iftlieygoout.it will probably be
under assumed ones, and tltey would not
care to have their real ones known."
Architectural Coovrntloa. Q
Pitin lUKNCK, August '29. Tho Seven
teenth animal convention of tho American
Institute of Aicinicct met this morning.
Twenty-five or thirty members v-re here
from various parts of the country. Thom
as N. Walker presided, and said these an
nual meetings prove an incalculable- ser
vice for the promotion and advancement of
artitectural science throughout all the cen
ters of civilization.
Coi.t MBi 8, Ohio, August 29. Col. W.
A. Taylor, correspoud.int of tho Cincinna
ti News-Journal, and Wm. J. Elliott, edi
tor of the Sunday Capital, had an encount
er 011 the streets to-day, in which each re
ceived slight injuries. Both were arrested.
Threats of a more serious character havo
passed between the News-Journal reflect
ing on the personal and pollil-al record of
A Ntenmor Mructs.
Boston. August 21). Thn excursion
steamer John Rowen, wfth 700 passengers
for Nantucket, this morning, was struck
by a heavy sea, tearing off the paddle
wheel nnd state-rooms. The steamer ran
ashore on Gallotip Island and the passen
gers were safely taken off by the iteaincr
Rose Siandish. There wasqiiltea panic,
but 110 one hurt.
A Politician Nasi n Paper.
RociiKSiT.it, August 2. Thomas
Brown, Jr.. a member of tho Democrutlo
Stale committee, has directed his attorney
to bring suit ag.lnst the New York Times
for libel and the pulillratiou of false state
ments In reference to his attendance at the
meeting of tho committee, Damages a),.
A Preacher Neiit lo lUe Pentleatlarjr,
Kansas City, August 21). Tho Rev. Mr.
Harris, president of the defunel 0 La the,
has,, bank, who was found guilty of re
ceiving funds after tho bank was In an tr. -solvent
condition, was scnlvocod yesterday
by Judge Wagslaff, of Wyandotte, lo five
j ear's Imprisonment In the penlientiary.
Hoy HxrclAra ( npluretf.
CLivroi. III., Aujpist a. -Yesterday
four joiiii? hoys living near UarneU, III,,
were arrested for burglarliig Chai, Mc
Kuley's house of a lot of valuable clothing,
ami were bound over to outirt In ifce miid or
$.'iH) each for tho nhVim. Tti bay are
about ten yo ts old each,
C utile tnnranttae4.
Giir.HTKK, Pu., August !ft. Twohun
died lo ad of Jersey cattle and a RMnlper f
ponies, sheep and bngs, valued allTS.OOO.
'were landed hero to-dav from null. Tho
animals are to We quarantined.
Aiiolht r Victim of Yellow r.r.
Nkw oui.ka.N8, August 211. A rioayune
Pens icola special says that Paymaster Zach-
ry T, Brown died at tbo Navy T ard of
Nkwmut. August W. J'ko Watih-
ford reneived a leUar Iroen Jsulioe Qsjrrr
liljj-o, dim fVpietuWr Waa titt 1
A Poor Way lo Beward tltmsaly.
Si . I.uris, August 29. John Martin, t
Globe-Democrat reporter, was the lucky
finder yesterday of a 110.000 draft ona New
York banking firm In favor of Dodd, Brown
A Co., of this city. A member of the firm
drnj ped the valuable paper on Fourth be
tween Chestnut and Pine streets, and the
lynx-eyed reporter, sauittajnng alons la
search of Items, picked up the stamped pa
per immediately afterwards, aud at
once look it to the Globe -Democrat offloe.
He was offered $100 for the draft by a tinurer
be met, who said a reward of at least f300
would he given by the firm. Martin Indig
nantly refused, and said hn wanted no re
ward for honesty, Very seon after the fol
lowing dialogue is reported to have taken
place between one of tbo firm and Mr. Mar
tin: Member of Firm-" Well?"
Martin "Did you lose this?"
M. of F.-"Ycs! Where did vou fill
M. "On Fourth street."
M. of F. "I must have lost it,"
M. of F. " Well?"
M. "Good -day !"
M. of F.-"Good-day!'
Kauai Kailrnnd Accident.
MoBKitLV, Mo.. August 29. A disaster
occurred on tho Wa'iasli this morning a
little after 3 o'clock, resulting in the fa
stvit death of the engineer, William Hall,
and wo.ui'Uug of Fireman O'Brien. When
train No. 6 wan going east, and bad reached
a point twelve miles west of this place, the
engine encountered a cow, was thrown
from the track and turned one and a half
times over. None of the cars left the track,
and conieqtiently no passengers were In
jured. Engineer Hall was crushed under
the engine. He resides in this city, and
was a splendid man. Ho leaves a wife, but
no children. O'Brien was only bruised,
and is walking around to-day.
The Labor Committee.
Nkw York, August 2D. Tho sub-com-
milteo of thu Senate on Labor and Educa
tion resumed its session to-day. P.J.
McGuire furnished test'mony regarding; tie
organization and aims 01 the Central Labor
Union. He said that the 70.000 members ot
the union regarded the tariff question as a
fight between the exporter and tho Import
er, labor being unaffected. Wm. C.
Anderson, a bricklayer, wanted an eight
hour law and the reconstruction of the lien
Bkkin. Auust 2!L Only a few mem
bers of the Reichstag arr'ved to attend the
opening ami it Is doubtful whether there
will be a quorum to-day,
The Emperor will review the guards to
day Instead of on the anniversary of the sur
render of Sedan. It Is reported that it la
out of deference to the feelings of the
French that the Kmpcror has decided to
change the day of the review.
Toronto, Auirust 21V Justice Coleridge
will Itf unable to vbdt Canada.
FRt.NCK IIOIIKSI.OIIK'S PARTY.
Montrkal, August 2JL A dispatch from
Prince Iluhenlohe and party, on the way to
the Rocky mountains via Canada Pactfio,
says: "Arrived In Colgarry In thirty-two
hours from Winuepcg, Coal was used from
mines in tho vicinity of the line. The conn
try Is looking well. Crops elegant."
Alexandria, August 29. Advice from
Saiiktm say that rebels occupy entrenched
positions on the mountain roads from Ber
ber and Kasala, and that communication)
by post and telegraph are interrupted.
Paris, August '.'It, Tho qiHMitlon of
forming a regiment of several battalion
'oni tho African army for Tonqpin Is being
Aised In the War otlice,
CATTI.E-Expnrters Ki OOftfr) 13; pood
lo heavy do f. .'x)ii 7i; light to fair H 00
4 i.'i; co, union to medium U -Wiu4 'J; fair
to good Colorado $400a& 10; southwest 1 7)
Wv'i; grass Texaus $i Z'vtii 00; light to
good stnekers .'lOiail To; fair to good fiwd
crs til 7.Va'4 2A; common to choice native
cows and heifers U 2.Va4 00; siuUawafs of
anv kind $2 ZYa'i 75.
llOliS-Reeelpts H.W.1 head: shipments
120 head. Slow and unsettled; demand
only fair, Light to good Yorkers, $S 0(S
5 .Ml; common lo good mixed packing $4 00
Cab lil; touchers to 20jij t); 1'hdaJolphla
WIIKAT-IOwer; closing at SI 01 V
August; fl l'0 September; fl 03K Oc
tober: tl IMS November; 1 Out vear.
C'OUN-Iioweri AIV August; 00
September; 4U.Y Oetoiser; 46 Now la
bor; 4il, year; 47V Mav.
OATS-Lower; 26V August; 2tW fVp.
teniber; 2tiS October: year; 2V
si . Lotus.
WHF.AT-Weaker; eloalnj si $1 06 Sen-
tetnber; 1 07 V b. October; 11 10 . No
Vctnber; frl u S a. vear,
CORN Firmer; 41111 b. September; 46
tohl't h. October; b. Novemberj 41 V
b. vear; 44 b. May,
OATS-Ftrtncr;iJMl b. Septemitors 2
b. October; 25sl year; 2 .ay.
NKW YORK ,
WHEAT Augusl fM 17S; September
$1 17'. ; OcuberJI llH; NovemlterW JU.sj;
COItN-Auguxt tCl; ScntnMkcr a
Outolior.lk'l1 b.; Noveniiwnu.'V.I
C'aualrjr Proilnoet. '
BUTTKU-Creamerv sells at IftiWl for
ebotoe to fancy to 2J for seliv-tiitu.; seeonuN
at dairy rales; dairy at I-WI7 for choice to
fancy; fair to good IU01IJ; ouimiioii Hoi).
Comnmu In palls 7 nS; gitod lo ok 01 00 low
POULTIIY-We quote: Spring ehh'keiM
Small -lwl 2A. medium to gnnd-sixed U W
Ml 7A for fair Ui good, 'J and fancy full
gt ovfti Ti 20. CoisW 6uVs2 7A, "U(.t mix
ed VI 'AWil l imd for hens. Sprl ig ducks
SIIMCP Common, medium and light
$1 oorail H'i; fair to good t'l 40rr:l ii'i; prim
l T.'k(4 2.'i; fair to goml Texan i'i Voidi Oi.
Nark I.aoe Wheat dull) corn
toady, ibid wittier sad California wheal
off ooast deollnod Id; red winter wheat
auu nuxmi American corn to arrive de
clined 3d. Spot wheat Is uull
sail easier; No, I spring las 2d. No. 3
spring none In msrke'.; Western winter l
Id. Mixed Western com unlet 1 id steady.
Dewanjt from Ute United Kliujdom aod
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