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THE LAST ACT.
Closing Scenes Incident Upon tho
Frank James Trial.
How the Prisoner and Eis Relatives
Received the Verdict-WTiat the People
of Gallatin Think About it The
Pamilj Group ia the Jail-Trank's
(Al.l ATls, Kept. 7. No one dreamed!
ftir a moment, that the jury In tin? KratiW
J.uui'h cue would reaeb a verdict at all, and
wln-n. unon tbn anxenihllnir of court nl 4
o'clock thU aftcriiocin, the aheriff annuuii
end that thu jury hail uirrftt-d upon a ver
dict, there waa at fir.l a tonliD of dffp aur
prU", and then word iiansed tb:it the ver
dict must Le auri-ly a cioviction for imir.ler
in the lirit or arcond li'(jree. The hiu
large au In nce which bad listened to Wal
lace's gri1"' 'ffort of the morning re
turned to hear th outcome. Th
ladiea, who have been in faithful attend
ance alnc-e the first day, occupied ail the
heats on the Mat;p. Sheriff C'rozier brought
the defendant in, followed by the faithful
Utile wife. He wan as cold and calm as
ever, anil wan, to appearances, the. Ieat
concerned man of all that throng. The ma
pen of the little wife waa painful. All
color had left her face. Her lips were
cliaely preased together, but her hand
were encased in twining a liandkerouief
ioto a rope.
A iii'ih, puiaful mleuce prevailed a the
Iiiit tiied in with the bailiff", lookiiiL' as
wise aud solemn ait Juror always do when
briniriuK in a verdict. When they were
seated .ludire; (ioodnwui ankt-d the fore Jiau.
Mr. lliehaidsnn, "Have you a verd.cir"
"We have," said he, aa he aroae and
handed It to the court.
PKA.NK JAMKS IVKSftD ti IS KYKS
upon the JuJeje nU, peered aa though he
tniirbt read hia fats iu advanor. The wife
dropped her eyea to the floor aud seemed to
await the blow. "We, the Jury, find the
defendant, Frank Jamea. not guilty a
rharired is the indictment," read
th- Jtidre, in a alow and
diitiiu-t vokw. The priaouer
never uhainjed expreoo. Hia wife'
color returned and ber eyea tilled with
tear. So grvat waa tbe kurpre, that lot
au instant tbe thronr teemed to be dilinli
and parahsed. Then tbe demonMralioti in
the audierwe, forty or fifty people, per
hap, applauding. A well-dresed lady,
middle ai;e, whom Mm. Jamca did not
know, made way to bee aide and aelzinu' the
little lady about tbe waiat, raraed ber in the
air three time and
klKMOD Ht.lt ON THK FACE.
Krunk Jatuen accepted the congratulations
of hia counael in an uneinotiooal manner and
never .poke to hia wlf. lUiarlm P. John
ons faue wax wreathed in auiile. The
people of Gallatin, the first ah oek over, be-
:n to ducuM the Verdict In no friendly
tunes. The sheriff pounded vainly for order
for aeveral wiuute., Iurij tbe eonfoion
it was agreed by cuati on both sidei
that the indictment for the killitt-: of Cn
doctor WeOail at Wrrwlvti, and for the
klilitiR of Capt. .Sheet in IWfl, would bt
laid over until tbe October term. The Jury
was thm dxteharxestl aad il ia noticeable.
H i! they loeA bo time ia Icavkij; for their
homes in the county, for it la a fact that not
one of the jurors live in tbe prelty lutJe city
oftiallalin. Frank James wai rrtinned ta
liia cell, wbere
AN 0VATIOK OCCl)KKP.
did M rs, Stimuela wan not In the rourt
rootn w hen the verdlrt waa returned, but
the news waa carried over to the iMtle frame
house across frcm Ibe.f.iil, where she waa
in w.minz. The newa of the acquittal of
her son affected her strangely, for ahe ran
nut on tbe street, and, wavtae her one arm
above her head, cried out with f area lie
empha.is as she ran. "Hurrah for Wal
lace! Hurrah for the hWodhound tffat haa
been whipped I"
Then she went over to the Jail and
hupped her con, and wept And lunched
and behaved in an altogether hyaterical
manner. When the correspondent called
at the Jail there were ten or fifteen
viaitors, The mother sat on one
aide gazing proudly at tbe son whom
she loved, and the wife was nestled by hia
aide, holdina one of hia thin, almost trans
parent handa between both of hers, while
tne little hoy plaved with hia blocks on tbe
THK FAMILY GROUP.
Norc but frienda and actualiitaiuea were
admitted. The prisoner Rot heartily tired
of being on exhibition like a inuaeuin cur
iosity while In the Independence Jail, and
Sheriff Crozier. ulnce bis Incarceration at
(iallaliu, lia ropcclcd his feelings in that
respect. On the table In the confortable
cell were, fully a doen bouquet, aent in
after tbe verdict. A youue lady friend
of Mrs. .lainea waa busy writing
telegrams- to parties in Missouri nnd
Kentucky, announcing the acquittal, which
she si.ned "Anuio James," Frank waa
In a lalkillw mood, and wiillc I waa there
he freely dis:nsed the Incidents of the trial
anil particularly the arguments. Ilia coun
sel had nude fine Hpeechea, and "the if
fort of Ph ilips and Johnson deserve In
live." mi id he; "and as for Wallace 'i
speech this morning, 1 doubt if it was ever
excelled In a court of Justice, Iliad heard
him once before In a Kans as! 'ity court, and
knew thai he was a strong speaker, but lie
eclipsed liim.elf lo-da , It is true that lie
Lvisted Hie evidence iu some Instances, and
iciit ii Utile out of the record, lull fi nin Ills
slai diiiilnt Die speech was us fair .is 'those
of lawyers generally," '
"Was the verdict a surprise lu you;'"
'My no means, I read that jury diiritiR
the trial. I saw thut they were ii'ien who
would only convict when aallslled beyond a
reasonable doubt of guilt, and w lien'io-ilav
I wus walling for tbe verdict to ne read I
could have slakedjmy life on Us contents."
For the present Frank James will rciiialu
Id the Gallatin Jail, lie la to be tried at
the next term of court for the murder of
Westfall at Wlnaloa, brlnK Indleled as ac
cessory with Jcsau James. The saute evi
dence, that was uddticfld in the McMillan
ease is to be depended upon. The defence
any that they will make a atronger tlht tho
next lime, now that t ey know the re
sources of the state, A conviction In the
Westfall case la highly Improbable, Then
there la the Shoeta murder, which occurred
In istn. it haa always been known that
Ji'swi James was at that affair, but public
opinion hat been diva led as
taWtttUMr Ma oaaipanam waa
Jim Anderson or Frank J a me. Tta
principal eye-wltiircs of the murder is
dead, and tbe ucjtt most important Is in the
far West. It Is doubtful whether the case
will ever go to trial. There is an Indict
ment waiting for Frank iu Jackson county
for participation in the Blue Cut robbery.
The Slate is said to have a strong case, but
this lx off-set by the declarations of !:ck
Mddcll. thai Krank James waa not in the af
fair. It Is a fact thai Frank Jaun-s has
privately iuired all along that he was not
:n the county at the time of either the
Winston or lllue Cut robberies, and that
they were foreeti tu make tae defense wlih
tiul liny assistance from him, Should the
prisoner escape couviciion at lllue (,'ut, be
will then hu tried for the Oilerville train'
rnibcry In t ooper county, the (iad's II II
I ruin robbery, ihn robbery of the treasu
rer's ollice of the Kansas t.'ity reposition
and the ( ape (iuaiileaii bank, before bis
kiirrender to the Muuiesoia authorities,
where there is a dubious case against
linn iu the Northtield affair. The cases
all stand alike, While no one enter
I aiiis- a moral doubt of the presence of Frank
Jaine at all these crimes, yet the methods
of Ibe gang were juch thai direct Ideniiilca
tlon of any one of thein is next loimpossilile.
.'.w that KranK James haa been acquitted
of the killing of McMillan, his atloi neya,
hold ing that there is a reasonable douot of
conviction iu either the caea of Westfall or
Mieots, will make application for his release
on bail. He will then etl.e down on a farm
and lead tin exemplary life which will
favorably impress future Juries,
Jntig-e Hoatllr linprovliic.
I'm: auki.I'iiia. m pt. 7. Judge lloadly,
the Id mocralic nominee for Governor ol
lllii., is slill at the St. (ieort'e's hotel,
unable to re-cive i,iors, Ui-porla have
been in circulation tlurin; the past few
ilas, whit:h received confirmation from
(.'iiiciiinali, tliat his miml had becoine par
tiall) -disordered, and that his mental con
dition is worse, than his most Intimate
friends wish to have known, His physician
and old personal friend, lr. Hubert Bar
tholomew, kaid to-day. winm questioned as
to the present condition of ihe Judge:
"He is improving rapidly, and to-day
HK.W I V VKHV .Vi l li HKITK.lt.
Wu hiii two weeks 1 hope to have him en
tirely recovered and back in Ohio."
"What Is the exact nature f hi
'."-imply malarial fever, from which the
recovery is very slow. There is alw it
danger of a relapve, therefore I am keeping
him perfectly quiet until be shall have en
tirely recovered his full strength and
vigor. ' '
"There are reports toil his mind has be
come affected. I there any truth in it?"
"Not In the slightest degree. Malaria
alone i.- the cause of hi-being in Philadel
phia. Th.-re i not ihe least ground for any
such repot ts.
HE COfLl MAKF. A 81'KKCH
to-ilav, but he is under my orders, and I
won't have it. His intellect i ii-l as cleat
and keen and caiiu as it ever v:is."
"It.ui't be leave hi- room?"
"X. I'nder my orders he stays in bin
spnrtiiieiit. but be is by no mean confined
to his bed. I do not permit him to sec any
one. because I wish his mind to remain t li
tin ly undisttirhc 1. "
K.igiir M. Johnson, Judge Iloadlev's law
partner, when asked bow tbn patient, was
(jetting along, replied; "He Is feeling very
nicely lo-day. lie will be all right in a few
days, and will be mating a wtutnp speech in
two weeks from to-day.'.'
"Il i- reports that the Su:e ( oiiimittce
is is king of asking fjr his withdrawal?' '
" I'nat i all a be. No one has ever
thought of such a thiu except a few fools.
He will finish tbe canvass."
WaSHIVOTon, Sept. ".Assistant Sec
retary New's resignation, which will be
pr, -eninl to the President to-day, is totake
effect on October 1. Mr. New will start
for his Indiana home next Monday. He
say. ie has a double reason for not asking
thai his resignation be accepted to take ef
fect immediately. Firt, I" c.au-c he has no
dotioi that the Prt sKieii would like to have
a couple of weeks, at least, in which to set
tle on some one for the place, and second,
because, in the absence of Judge French in
the far West, he does not want to run the
risk of embarrassing Secretary Folger by
leav ng him without at least one Assistant
Secretary within call. Mr. New does uot
pretend to know who will be his successor,
but he ridicules tbe idea that it will be
liich.ird t row ley of New York. Sm-li a
thinj as impossible, he says, but why, he
sayeth not. Others say that Crowley and
New have been so much In ihe same boat
in die matter of unfulfilled promises that
the ver experience of the latter will keep
the former from stepping into the vacant
shoe. Giifillan is still talked of, with Ben.
Butterwortli a good second, and innumer
able other Wi ate-rn men are in the held.
IImkii'I Shown p.
M. I. oi ls, Sept. 7. No positive liewn
of the whereabouts of Miss Mary Churchill
has hern received by the police or her pa
rents up to date, Col. Churchill spent the
g-, :i!. i pari of yesterday invt sligaling re
ports which ciune to ti i in of girls who
looked like Mary being seen at certain
places. He received a letter from the post
ni is:i r at Topeka this morning discrediting
the i ablw'cll theory. A letter received
t ihe Post-Dispatch ollice from a
gcuiiemaii at Mouignniery City, M i., slates
Unit Miss Churchill has been giving reading!
in i bo inicrlorof the Slate under the name
of Miss Maude Soinervllle. She ijavc an
eni'-riainment at Montgomery a few nights
ago, and afterwardsatMoberly. MissjSom
ei vllle answers the description of Miss
fhiitclilll to a dot.
Mr. T. II. Smith was not at bis place ol
business ibis morning, but it was learned
t liit nothing had been hem! liom lib
The Week's t'nllure.
Ni w Yoiik. Sept, 7. H. (i. Mnn.vCo.'i
Mercantile Agency Issued lo-day the follow
ing weekly report: Business failures re
ported throughout the United Male, and
anaila for ihe last seven days number loT.as
emu pared with lSli last week, a decrease ol
i", distributed as follows: New I'.ngiand
Stales, L'( Middle, 'JO; Western. 4; South
em. lilt; Paclllc stales and tctrilorbs, IS,
ami New York elty, 4,
Pom LAND, Me., Sept. 7. Letter re
ceived here from ntticers of the United
Suites ship Alliance, dated Georgetown,
Prince Kdward Island, August ,'il. two
days after tho great giile, say the Alliance
was not then expecting to cruise lu ihe
illrecilon of Halifax. There is no proba
bility that lb Was wrecked at Indian Head
Danvii.m?, Va.. Sept. 7. Police man J.
C. Parks Is probably fatally shot by John
A. Forgaaon, whori he waa about to afloat.
A Htrauga Ttaaa la Ba ast.
W ii kkmiiaiikk. Pa,, Sept. 7. WIHIam
Judsoii Garrison, a fanner boy living near
here, was married Thursday and limned!
aiely after the ceremony, on reall.ln what
he had done, became a raving maniac.
Lizzie Bosert, comely country lass,
aevi mi en years old, speut U) morning
Thursday with ber lover looking for I
cli-rgvmsn to make them one, but all tbt
rcven nd gentlemen refused on account ol
the voiith of the would-be hride, Thei
the girl's father went wilh them to a rural
justice, and on bis approval tbe 'squire
consented to perform the ceremony, whloh
was soon finished, and after 'Squire An
derson had kissed the bride he sat down to
his desk and wrote out the marriage certifi
cate. Young Garrison had Just kissed his
bride, anil while the Justice was writing he
observed in a quiet, ordinary tane ol
"I AM ISM'tllKl) BY OOD."
The bride blushed at tho strength, of this
compliment, but she grew pals when Gar
rison suddenly overturned the table,
wieucbed the leg off a chair and charged oi
(he asiniiished wedding party. Tbey at
fled iii a moment and tkv nawly made hna
band enjoyed himself hr smashing every
thing in the room. The stove waa broker
to pieces, dishes were smashed and tbt
door was splintered. When he hat'
titiislniil the work of destruc
tion lie went out on the stoop ol
Hie house, quietly removed his clothing
and then started yn a run through the vil
lage. A small crowd pursued him over I
bridge which spans a creek, and called nu
to Thomas Miller, w ho w as fishing In I
hot!, to head off the man. He did so, anc1
Garnon was at last captured and led back
to the justice's office. There he was clothed
aiid hound w ith ropes. A commitment wai
then made out and the party was about to
start for Wilkesbarre to have him placed In
Jail, when he said if they would go by lib
father-in-law 'a house he would accompany
them quietly. His wish was complied wltll
KHKN.Y AFPF.A RF.D TO BUBMIDK.
Upon arriving at bis wife's home he said
he was hungry and asked for supper. He
ate a hearty meal and chatted pleasantly foi
awhile, after which be retired and waa nol
disturbed until 4 o'clock this morning. He
was then aroused and told ttut he would
have to go to Jail. The t ews angered him
and be made a vigorous ti-ht hut was event
ually overpowered, bound baud and fool
and tied up in a blanket. Limp And help
less be was then placed in a wagon and
brought to thus city. It was with difficulty
tli it several policemen could lioid bim oi
conduct linn to the padded cell whlcb il
provided for maniacs. Deputy Warden
McDonald had balf his beard torn out, and
several of the oflicers were badly bruised.
Garrison held ou to McDonald a heard un
til his wrist was pounded with a bunch of
kevs and m arlv broken. As soon as bo bad
been turned loose iu bis cell, Garrison
luUK OFF ALL HIS CLOTH I. NO
and destroyed bis bed tick. Then he flung
ttie fragmi nts through tbe bars of bis cell.
Food was off Ted lo bim, but he refused to
eat and threw it out into the corridor
Sometimes ho becomes quiet, then again be
poms out a stream of profanity aud oh
secuity, mingled with pious platitudes. To
the coi respondent who saw bim in his cell
to-day, be. said that be was tbe lord ol
lord -and the king of klnzs, and that he
was now in the bonds of iniquity.
UK WAS KKVKR 1MSAMK BKHoUK,
but nis mother passed son; time in an asy
linn. The young bride is prostrated with
grief at the strange effect tbe marriage has
had upon her husband. Shelves taken to
her bed, and it Is feared that her terrible
misfortune may affect bor braiu.
IHi; .MOW TASK rKtNS).
What the Leading-Journaiuita of the Na
tion' Metropolis Said Yesterday.
Nk.w YtiKK, Sept. 7. Tho World says:
"The true Democracy recognizes and re
speci.s the rigbis of the richest man in the
conuiiii'OM a- will as those of tbe poorest
mm). Ii u. s injustice to none. Il would
not deprive a corporation of auy legitimate
or legal priviliges. It knows tbat combined
wealth in great enterprises builds up the
count iv and aids in its general prosperity,
but it jealously watches tbe interests of the
toilers of tbe land and will not allow
wealth, with its great power, to Impair a
single one of tbe peopbs's right. "
'The Times says: "Th )ury which has
acquitted James imiH-t have been composed
of men who get their living by honest in
dustry, and to wbotn It to aa important as it
is to iinybody elite that they saoukl uot bo
plundered of tbe tarts of their labor by
robbery; and yet tbey actyriued James,
Such an evhihhioB af tiae sympathy of the
lambs with the wolf was seadom seen be
fore. ' '
The Herald saya: "Whoa a workingman
believes that he is receiving too low wages,
or that his hours of tabar are too long, he
tiaiurally turns to a strike, hoping
by that means to Induce his employer
lo remedy his grievances. But the
action ought ts he purely
voluntary on bis ftrt, as he is
in a posiiiou to yadge what is for bis Inter
ests he t,ter than any otaer person could do
so for him. This does not prevent com
bination and joint action, but it merely
plnci s the responsibility of taking tbe step
w bete it belongs, iipnu tbe worker him-
'The Tribune says: "Frank Jauies hu
been acquitted. The result will not greatly
surprise those who have watched the pro
ceedings lu court and noted the popular
e cling In favor of tbe prisoner. The ver
dict was. of course, received with enthus
iasm u ml Jamus would doubtless for a time
dra A crowded houses as a lecturer. All he
asks, however, is to be let alone in order
that he may hereafter lead a sober and
goodly life. It is to be hoped I hat the pub
lic, both in Missouri aud elsewhere, will
gratify his wish."
A Uartikla DsmsiIi.
M ok I iin, III., Sept. 7. Mrs, Hayland,
sixty-five ycar! of age, and her'two grand
children, aged three and six months re
spectively, were burned to a crisp In the
Haines of their own bouse, which took fire
while the parents of the children were
away. The house was dry and burned like
paper, while the spectators were compelled
to witness the Incineration of the unfortu
nate woman aud children without being
able to succor them.
New Will seal Baaif n.
Washington, Sept. 7. Mr. New, As
sistant Secretary of tbe Treasury, said to
day that tbe published report that he bad
resigned was unfounded. He bad not re
signed yet and. he did not propose to talk on
Frost la Canatral Ullsasla.
CiitCAOo, Sept. 7. Telegrams froiavarl
ous points In Central Utiaals report frast
last night, bat not heavy saansft la isjurs
ta mra prospssta.
OVER THE OCEAN.
London, Sept. 7. The Post'i Parli
laeeial says: "Order have been sent to
Toulon and other naval stations to have
transports ready fur embarkation by the
latter part of September of 10,1)01) men fer
London, Sept. 7. -The Times, In an
editorial on the unveiling of the statue of
Lafayette at Lepuy yusterday, saya that
Lafayette was sincere in hia motives, honest
In his convictions ami generous In his na
ture. Tbe French people to-day might,
study bra character wit a profit. There was
a time when France might have feared that
an enthusiastic commemoration of Lafay
ette's services In the American revolution
might have given offense to Kngland, but
now the strength and stabllityof the friend
ship between Kngland and tho United
States are shown by such event.
Paris, Sept. 7. It is reported here that
the French troops have burned Ixiongo, ia
Virsna, Se; . 7. A number of Le
gitlmists intend issuing a vigorous protest
against tbe action of the Ountess C'ham
bord in expressing a wish that the position
of chief mourner at the funeral of her bus-'
hand should be held iy the latter'a nearest
relative, and censuring ber for thus preju
dicing tho memory of the deceased.
4 II ISA.
London, Sept, 7. A dispatch fromQong
Kong states that the Chines merchant are
leaving Haipong and not Canton, as pre
viously reported, on account of tho open
ing of their letters by tho French authori
ties, who accuse them of writing to Chi
AX Alt A
Toronto, Sept. 7. Hanlan his cabled
to Kngland that ho will row Laycock, the
Australian, ontbe Thames course for 16.000
aside. Ihnlaij gives an exhibition row
at Cincinnati this week, and will go to St.
Louis and give an exhibition on tho 10th
Trm Haui;k, Sept. 7. Telegruphie
communication with -u:maira bd'ur dis
turbed, there Is as yet no news from tbe
Lampeng expedition, which left Batavia
last Munday. This expedition 1 not ex
pected to return to Batavis, for four
London, Sept, 7. The Manchester
Guardian says: "Tbe critical condition of
tbe relations between France and Chiua It a
source of discouragement in the cotton
goods market and purchases are now be
ing made sparingly, bat prices remain
St. Pktkrsblru, Sept. 7. Reports
from all parts of Kiassia state tbat the cut
tle plague continues with uuabated fury.
Over a million bead of cattle have fallen
victims of tbe plague within tbe past four
years in F.uropean P.ussia alone.
Decline la Be a CandMaia.
BosroN, Sept. 7. Judge Deveoa,
Republican, positively refused the use of
hia name, as a candidate for governor,
SEPTEMBER 7, 188J.
CATTLK Receipts 8,400; steady; ex
ports (t& .'i'i; choice to good shipping
b ,'iU'ti uu; common to fair Wii't 26.
HlM;s-Heeeiit.s i:l.(XK; -julet and slow;
light V Mm') tD;mixed packing M MiaH 80;
heavy packing and shipping (4 &V."i 10,
CATTLB Exporter $ft 90Ctr6 15: rami
to heavy do i .')0 "i 7.: light to fair $4 Wo
4 7o; common to medium $4 40fot 'K); fair
to good Colorado -tlOU-aVi 10; aoutiiwest .3 7."
to'iS'i; grass Texana $i art; light to
good stockers $1 oOirfU 75; fair to good feed
ers SI 7.Vo)4 2ft; common to choice unlive
cows and heifers $-j -jSfoMOO; siullawags of
any kind .f2 3ftW2 ".").
SII F.KP Market quiet but poorly sup
plied, and trading rather light In conse
oiience. Prices steady on all but common.
Quotations unchanged. We quote
quoit- common to me.iiHin fi IWtoJ-l Ht; fair
to good SI .Vhj4 00 prime M 25;
sto -ker U 7.Vi'2 50; fair to good Texan
2 7.Vw.'I Hi; lambs f.'t H'JK4 50.
HOGS Receipts .1,211 head; shipment
S.sM'.l head. Large supply, but market
weak and lower. Demand verv IU;lh.
Light lo good Yorkers $5 l.Vrrtf 20; roueh)
mixed to good packing W 25. a I IU; butch
ers 5 00ran 1".
tember; fWe October; f 1 01 V November;
fl 021, December; year.
CORN Higher; 49 'a" September; 4SY
October; 47S November; 45V year; 40
OATS Higher; 2ti'. September; 26V
October: 20 year; 29S May.
WHKAT-Higher; nlewiiig at fl 02 , Sep
tember; MM October j fl 07 St Novem
ber: .fl i'0't: Deer in he,- tl 02 vear.
CORN II gber; 45V Sept. mber;
45 'i October; 42" November; 41
year; 4J '. May.
OATS Higher: 25 Septembeer
2tt October; 2tl Vto.'u 'i b. Novemhr:
26V year; .10 May.
BL'TTKR Kecclnts bH.lC.S rbs. Under a
continued fair local demand for choice
qualities, the market was firm, but quot
ably unchanged. All else quiet nnd weak.
We quote: Creamery choice to fancy 2;",
24, and occasionally a shade more for
favorite brands; off stock at dairy rates.
Dairy-Choice to fauev Kitfl!) for
selections; fair to good llfdVi, common
8f'l0. Good to choice near-by lu pails 10r
12, common 7Gr. Sale, 34' tuba choice
errn tilery 24.
POl'l.TRY Choice large springs In good
request, but offerings went light; all
other descriptions ovcrplentlful and slow
sale. Sales arranged: Old chickens
Cocks fj 25M2 50. mixed $2 7,VI on hens
$i) 2.Vt;l 50; Spring chicken., Small $!.! 2ft.
medium to gooil-slzed $1 M(wl "5 for fakr
to good choice-.1; fancy full-grown $2 2.'
dS2 50, Spring ducks $2 2.V2 75; vounglive
turkevs 12e rb.
F.GGS To-day receipts M4 pks. Firmer,
rhoii-o marks sold at 14 Vc; doubtful stock
lax according to quality. Demand good.
Wheat arrived rejected. Corn arrived
Sleauv. Wheat and corn to arrive dull
and heavy. Mark Lane-Wheat and corn
to arrive dull. Country markets nuit:
Weat her in Kngland fair. Spot wheal quirt
but tirtti ; No. 3 spring 9 Id. No. S
spring none in marke.; Western winter (to
Id. Mixed Wester com firmer at
ssOS'd. Ieutand from the UaJtedKiag
aom and Continent dall;far wheat ani
I Keoeipts beat past wak trfa
(wa1cUa,sM wasallrssriiiis, " Jj