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POUT WORTH, TF,XA9. TllltsDAY, AfrtiARY 18.
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Stock Journal Publishing Company.
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Jtiik wkkkly oazicto:
JIm h(.en recently enlarged mid Improvetl'
una now P01JlHiusy.-Jix twi.us vi rc.-m
inftUer, waacuniroin inocrtnin oi wie
1 H I I V I'llll IIIIIKi
CKtini;rln mcfiourttry Mut to mbwib
ftrniiiull pnrl of the UiiltedHuU-s and Can
ada frco of pontage, t tlio followJiiif low
BnbM-riptlon to daily anil weekly ."talr-cliy
gd vnnr, olid all jajri-(,.lojiied wbentu
paia iorcxpircn, ...
BubcrlW dcdrlne tlio sddrei of their
jutiwr clwujeed 'ill jIeaw Ut In their
coniinuiiUailoii both 'the ld and new M
KemK Sty draa on Kort Worth. vo?ui(Acc
money order or n-Kivrei iiir. u i..
otherwise we will not xs rejonlble -for ,
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Addreiei. OA8CTTK, KortWortli.TexM.
H jcclfntM copleii neat rri? on application.
nnnoytfdwlth this obstacle to those
JccW6i) of a place.
Tun JS'ew York Evcnhvj Port hm
discovered how to make a andwlch
"that will tickle the palate or an
hour." There are plenty of places In
this vicinity where uch things &ui be
had which will auiure the iakite m
long as a man's patience and jiulvcr-j
irer.i Will endure it.
Tiik rcjwrt of thocapltol huUilintr
coiiimlMioncrs, made to tllu governor
of Texas on the ftrHtlri.sk, ht been rc
celvcd. Ills too voluminous to even
attempt an intelligible review of Hh
contents, It covers oue liu mired
and iiliicty-MjVcu clofely printed
pages, much of which was embraced
in the xeportfo thefiK'cIal peaaion of
tlie Seventeenth, nyear ago, and wliich
might in the interest of economy been
Gov'khnou RoiiKnTs'iiic&ago to the
li'Kislature relative to tlieownerHhip of
' Oreer county. Is a very able, exhaust
ive and instructive document. Be
ginning with the treaty between the
Unittd fc'tatcrt and Snaiu, made In
JSKlSVIKie AND 'OXPAJ(I13Ij,
200 FONTS OF DISPLAY Ttt'E county U a portion of the state of
m vartoo Kina.
BARGAINS MAY BE HAD.
Addre, OAZKTTK, Fort Worth.
T IB death of Dwtor S?.Mi'Kii A.
Mi'Di) In announced from Baltimore.
Many tHvpIu do not remembor thbs
man's connet-tion with the Lincoln j lotted a few
anamination. Jle set J. W'tuim
BooTii'ri leg in position, wliich wjw
For wet gulf lattaf colder, clearing
weather, rain or snow, and warm; j
windi rlilnt'. iirccutle! in east por-! broken in ocaping from the theater in
tlon by falling barometer. j which the assassination occurred. He
r j was arrested on tlie charge of harbor
Tjik imnhm Jit embrace ,over ,njJ tho a,WMlll atHi j-entonced to the
l!irc hundwl tbounud nanus. f ,eniioliary for life, at hard labor.
PmyCZ Nai'Olmx has been ar
rwitd for making Incendiarj' publication.
If Mr. Kj.ehbjhw vmild remedy tlie
jury yyhttm in geneiaJ, lie would im- h)iied him after a few year.-
to the Dry Tortugas, however,
and he rendered Mich valuable a-slt-ance
there during a yellow fever epi
demic; that President Johnson par-
of bribery and is tho ground atestimcd
for" accusation of perjury. Jt fills the
courts with Interminable litigation,
and engenders strife and contention,!
wliich usually end In deeper crimes
(ban those which lntigated them. It
Is an open channel to all kinds of
wrongs, to blackmail, to scandal ad
the degradation of the dignity of the
court.!. The Buspected criminal in his
cell has nft power to protect himself
against the venom of his enemy, who
can Use It to his dt-druelion. He is ar
raigned on an indictment made out by
twelve men subject to the influence of
anyone who feck to persecute him.
Fortunately this body of men cannot i
prefceribe the penalty for crime. A"ro
oonstruclion of the law would not
have the effect to palliate the offense
of a real criminal or detract from the
force of tlie law. It could be more
fairly and justly administered and the
rights of all would bo equally pro
tected. The Inquisitorial powers of
grand juries have a very wide range
and nothing should be done
to curtail these jiowers, but this liberty
is only another argument In favor of a
fair and impartial selection of the men
who are given such unlimited powers.
The bill Introduced for the purpose
GREAT HOLIDAY SAI
-i lfel'J, the governor traces the chain of
rr-fc i:r1T .TSUTTT.lS ! III!.. 1i.ii.,IiK. wl tritlar.itsir!K- tt.
' w.imwjfer .tie ' Iu,tratltr.-lii, argument with maps of K re,uedy,n.--tho evl,s 1,as a :
I tho ,! made l,v HfRn.nL author!. ,C,U' 0IMI U 0r wmo measure wulc
i ' --
i tief. Conettllng that his statement of
facts are correct, there Is no way of
i avoiding the conclusion that Greer
has for its object the
fehould be parsed.
AS OTHERS SEE US.
Di'F Eoois, iiff, Wat,
FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CARPETS.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR THE Ml
All kinds and prices; from a Doll Baby up to a handsome Silk Dress Pattern, Black Satin Dolman ornl
Overcoat. So, If j'ou wlshtomako your wife, husband, children, sweetheart or friend a nln4l
present, be sure to call where you will Jlnd SSj
Tin Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices
AT EVANS &
The praise accorded the GAznrri: by
theprehs in general is gratifying to
the efforts of tho proprietors. They
are so numerous space can only be al-
of them. The followiiijr
from the Alvarado Bulletin Is especi
vastly augmented without delay. The
present law makes the theft of any
thing under the value of twenty dol
lars a misdemeanor, but if Mr. Doug-
lais shall succeed in planting his bill
Pe"Sio.v agents are paid more than
a quarter of a million dollars yearly
forlu-arlui.' claims, for iwiiMoiii.
Tun lovers of Bt'owijismt beer will
learn wUIi regret of tlio failure of tho
manufacturers of this beverage.
TltKtti: Is a probability that tlio.Mlfs
HlHHlppl River Commtlteo will recoin
niond a dlHooutlmiaituo of tlie work of
Tim: progress of Christianity has re
ceived another bucksot In Minnesota.
tSoverai citlzoiiH were sent to jail for
n ' '
TiiKAmsmVH reputation for dislion
esty Is Hprctidlug abroad. Kven tho
Texas detective wore afraid to triihl it
for tho Poi.u roward.
AHHluyery dayHtiro past, the qties
llauof putting tho Cap of liberty on
tho goddOBs Whtoh aduiim tho dome of
thuciipltol In Waslilngton is being
A Nkw Yomc Judge 1ms decided
that packages of tea containing prl.es
area lottery scheme, Thuro Is hope
for relief from tho newsboy with tlio
candy boxes now.
CiiiCArto claims to bo tlio proprietor
of tho man who abducted Miss Gauhi
Bo.vof St. Louis, and, therefore, is en
titled to a share of tho sensation pro
duced by (hut event.
.. Tim? "Washington Giis Light Com
pany thinks the houi-o might not to
stoop to (no Investigation of n common
clerk. The clerk and gas company
have boon too Intlmnto.
incut. Dr. Mi'mi made an application
to congress fer pay for his services as
phyhlelun during his banishment, but
tlio claim was not allowed, lfo bo.
longed to an old family of prominence
and ctandiiig in southern Maryland.
'Tho best government tlie world
ever saw," is displaying its hospital
ity In a nioitttagmnt manner. Klghty
llvo million dollars for pensioners!
This Is tho mojt startling and unheard
of liberality it bus ever shown. The
poor pensioners on tho bounty or tho
government o doubt inwardly odor
profound praise and sincere thanks to
tho goddess of justice for such a mu
nificent dispensation of lior wlslus
Another clause is added to
tho 1)111 which allows tho
deaf and tho dumb, those bereft of
sight entirely and thoio whogoono
eye on it, to draw from 1 ho treasury
an amount of coin, or a eortllled check
for tho snmo, comniuusurato with
their deserts or rather their blindness
and deafness. Forthwith there will
bo a demand for physician's certifi
cates of disability of tho nbovo men
tioned souses, and a eouscmicnt di-
niand for greou shades, goggles and
glass eye-hulls, also for ear-trumpols
and otlior lnhtiuinentH (o aid in hear
ing, or rather In eslabllsliing proof of
Verily (ho sagacity of tho "best
government tlio world ever saw"
pavsclh all understanding.
inty. Ouict and un
assuming, lie rarely makes a speech,
but may be classed as one of the very
hardest workers in the house. Ills
constituents did well to return him
purloins a dollar and a quarter pinev
woods rooter will get free passage to
Rusk or lluntsTille.
. ..Trt,AV:orlh OAZinriJ is negoti- j bes of the house is Mr. W. A. Ken-
... . P i f. t ' ' . i "V, .. 1. dull of Denton com
11J LUl- L-lIUUIiilJUIl tiUIIlilIlli'9 UJ11 lit 1110
hands of the proprietors. "Wo are glad
to note this improvement, as the Ga
zbtti: is rapidly climbing to the top
of the ladder in Journalism, and richly
deserves tlie liberal patronage it is re
ceiving al tlio hands of tho public.
May the Gazette realize all of its ex
pectations for tlio year 18S:).
The Dallas Times pays the following
tribute to tho Gazktte's cnterpriso
and energy ;
Tlie Fort Worth Gazette, to Ml
the undraped truth, is looming. For
both quantity and quality of contents
it compares favorably with tlio Timet?
two adorers, tho Jcmld and tho G.
News. The Ga.i.tti; of yesterday
moruitu contained as much of tho
news of the day as it would hold,
heaped up, and tho editorials wrestled
with the leading questions' of tlie day.
The Hilliboro Mirror in speaking of
the Gazkttl: says :
n..- . -ii. .t i . . ...
uiiniHronieuAziriTnoi io-(tay witli
any other paper that has over been
published in that city, it Will speak
more in its favor than anything wo
could say in Its bohalf.
The Mirror shows Its appre elation
of tho GA.irrri: as au exchange by the
After wo got through with the
Daily Ga.kttu it resembles a first
tnrow n ropo dextrcousiy and to handle
(he branding iron wlth'skill;" where
upon the elder son winked n wink of
nrodidlfOUS siirnifleanne lit Win lirntlinr
and remarked in undertone that the
upon tho statute book, tho man who head of the old man
level. Then the younger son opened
up ins inoiun aim spoKe saying
wo catch onwe rustle
they went their several
ta ta" and
Now it came to pass that
the younger son hired him
self unto a strange man and
bucked not his wages against inonte
and Doker. but ratlinr rmrnVini.(fl alio
Q. Chenoweth, who has been cattle with the same and in a few
i tho im1
t others, wltlb,w,-
Hiruitbut could not
Tin: liealthy condition of tho slate's
treasury, m shown ly Lleutunant
Governor Rtouy'b speech tho other
day, should mnko tho heart of every
patriot beat with pride.
A woman and man fought a duel
with roaorn In Baltimore tho other
day, and tho news on reaching Boston
caused a "oulolmwod" youth, who was
shaving himself, to faint.
GovjntNoU Uoiimmi was deter
mined to get In ids work on tho
.Vlvwlty management, and his last
olUhitwas tho nomination of live
of tho sovenirrffVibors of tho board of
Tim: Jllack l'.rjy, published at
McKlnnoy, gives ovldeiico of rare dls
ciinilnadon and unusual ptecoeily. it
makes up lis Austin news from tho
columns of tho (Uswrn., giving due
credit, Tlio Jllack Wax is bound to
No matter however pleasant,
porous and snoeeosrul Joiuv
ZAND'S adtulnirailon may
will brhur Olio leuret thnt
pleasures will not compensate. Ho
.wUIlio asked to sign senator Cokh'h
"'""" " "D"J; ii g.
Tin: Republicans mo nyitntipg tho
queStUm-of a pjitco Ibr holding their,
next natldunl JoiiYnlion, It is mU
"thero.uro fUv halls In tlio counby
largo enough to hold tho body. A iW
years hence they will doubtleis not bo
Solecting Grand Jurors,
An important bill has been intro
duced in tlio legislature by Mr. Ki.i:
m:ui5 rcspeotlng tho uuuiuer of sclci't
Ing.graud Juroi-s. It provides that bo
Aire the jury litis been empumuied, any
person may challenge, for cause, tho
array of Jurors or auy person presented
as a juror, and that Mich challenge
may bo made by any pcrsou confined
It Is well known that there is much
carelessness in making up grand
Juries, and It is further known that
there is no smiill amount of red tape
used frequent ly. Court olllcials and
prosecuting attorneys have their own
way almost -mtlrolyin tiolccling jurors
and If thoy have no Interests at stako
to bo caiefully guarded In this
make up, thoshorlir or otlior olllccr
who serves ilio supuMia, has tho lib
erty of exorcising his own discretion
in the mutter. There is another seri
ous objection to tlio present niodo of
selecting jurors, without proper caie.
and it Is tho fiet that tlioro are people
who are known to the courts and com
munities In which thoy reside, as
"professional jurors," men who do
nothing olso but occupy tho Jury box
at enoh term of court, These men tiro
subject to corruption by both plaintiff
luiddofondnnl.aiul therefore the ob
ject of tho laws and thouieans ofseoiir-lns-JUHtieott.ro
both defeated. Parties
iiuieiittuio to uie action or tho grand
jury can make It convenient to ascer
tain tho names of i-omo who will sorvo
on tho Jury and use tho Information to
their advantage, U aids evlinUials
to escape punishment by uslmr cor.
jrupt liilluoucca, or Ileolug in cases
whoro such Inlluenco does not hnvo
the desired 9llbct.( It liampei-s Justice
In many ways. II brings up charges.
Tlio San Saba iVeitM
good advico in tho follow
Tho Gazcttij is a livo oight-pago pa
per, anil always contains the very lat
est and most reliable news. Any one
wishing to subscribe for a daily paper
can do no better than to take the G a-
Upnaln.1 to tlio QuKtitt..
Austin, January 17. Tho bill in
troduccd by Mr. Etherldgo of Falls
county to provide books tor the public
schools containing tho constitution
and penal code of Texas, Is, to say tlio
least, a very novel one. Tho gentle
man SUVM lm nVlll'I'tu illit iiiiviuiii... n 1...
assailed, but, nevertheless, ho is vory
earnest In his Views. He says that if
uicu'ao'Miigsot tno lathers be true,
that the perpetuity of our institutions
and tho vory (ycistenco of tlio republic
depends upon tho intelligence ami
common understanding of tlio people
ho can think of nothing more fitting
to bo taught the risfug generation
than a thorough knowledge of
tlie fundamental principles of tho gov
ernment. Ho thinks a great deal of
the trashy literature now current In
our publio schools could be advan
tageously replaced with tho books
called for by his bill. It remains to bo
fccon If tho house will ngrco with tho
One of the brightest members of tho
house is Mr. V. T. Armistead of
Marlon, lie is a line speaker, rapid
thinker, and, coupled with a com
manding pre-ence, has a ehannliiK
manner which rinds for him friends
wherever ho goes. Mr. Armistead.
though comparatively a young niau
stands among tho first lawyers
ot the state, and was
for u number of vcars
tho partner of Congressman Culber
son. It was his well known and
w doily recognized legal attainments
which made him elmiunanof tlio com
niltteeoii constitutional amendments
one oi tho most impoitiuit positions in
Tho resolution of Mr. Tllson ofHunt
county Sim-oduecd in tho liouso yes
terday calling on the committee on
judicial districts Tor information as to
tho number of days each district
i. v ""''" 'e pvm. year, is au
linporiant one. provided It can lm
suuering witn rnoumatism since ills yearn he accumulated this world's
arrival in Austin, and who bus been goods in abundance, for behold he
present in the house but one day since took and paid for tlio paper devoted to
the session began, was able to resume his interests and others wherewithal
his seat yesterday morning, where he to keep himself nosted, and he failed
was gladly welcomed by his many notto have his brands advertised in
f'..,n, , .,. T . . , the Stock Joi'iinal, for "Lo," said
.Lx-Chief Clark Will Lambert has he, "I have dealt squarely with all
been made clerk of judiciary com- men, no man liateth me, mid tho bovs
mitteo number one, of the house. will drive my bulla from afar if they
1 hollar Association met again this only know tlie brands of tho same.''
morning, and after much discussion, And it was so that ho nourished
adopted seven of tho fifty-three sec- greatly, was honored throughout
t lAlld rftttl lkt mill 111 Mln imntini ill it am l I . 1 1 . il.
i.v. w..u.j.. in u.u m un me mini, ana was happy. When
bill reported by the committtee and the wayf.uing man of news pulled up
adjourned until to-morrow, ft is at his ranch, lie killed the fatted calf
nougat no oiu iinnuy pcnecieu ny and bade him cat, drink and be merrv
lio iisftoelation will pass the ogisla-for awhile, and then gave unto the
ture, but many fear tho peoplo will ncribo of his huhstanei. wlnm.in, fr.
lllMiiKnn ,r. ! .
for commissioner of insurance noaen. And ii ..nuw, t ,. u..h-m.
was not sent to the senate to-day ifeHorilii.'H r-iiildr,,!. ,.,r, ., '..,,.1 ' n.i
Spaight's term does not ex-tho cood man blessed, ivvon nniniu
Alcantimc. tlie fmirth I'mioniim, wi.n, 41.:.. 1
utter is getting up peitions, asking man was linnlly at a green old age
nl , v l, 1retainc: . 'Shm'1( gathered unto Ills lathers, lt-vvus tile
tho governor change his mind opinion or the shrewdest guessersthat
h?.'1 Win.r,n ?rtht9 ntune;Ilc took a direct route for" Abmwi
tlio latter will bo pounced bosom. u...ui n
way oed him "Theselectlon KSXltifci Tft,?!
Hysiom was diluted with a heav
treat it tho same way thoy did tlio last settle back subscriptions, did nav
change proposed. the advertisement of his brands in
Tho reason Col. Brewster's riomlna-vnnee, and bade tlio wayfarer gi
Brewster Is being rather severely orlti-
Tlio receipts of the treasury for land
arc quite heavy. There aro over $100,
000 in tlio treasury.
Tho Connecticut Fire Insurance
Company of Hartford Connecticut.nnd
the American Central Insurance Com
pany of St. Louis were to-day author
ized by the commissioner of insurance
to transact business in this state for
me current year. Under tho head of
rexas inistness, the annual statements
of these companies make the following
exhibit: Connecticut Fire Gross
amount premiums received in
Texas in 18S2, 12,2711.70. Losses in
curred during the year, ?27,0!JS.9,5.
American Central Gross amount of
premiums in Texas in 1SS2, $8,108.04.
Losses incurred during the year, $0,
Sun Francisco, January 17. D. 15.
Chit-halm, secretary of tho Albion and
a number or otlior mining companies,
absconded. Ho is 11 defaulter for f 47,
000. An examination of tlie books
confirmed the statement of a false foot
ng of tho labor account and cash
book having been made. 1 le had boon
"PW'-ithig in tho stock of a company
which dropped and lie took money to
cover his margins. It is supposed he
took yesterday an Australian steamer.
A Story for Good Little Cow Boys.
Once upon a time there lived two
little boys who were as near tho same
ago as circumstances would admit of,
and thoy bclonged-to the sanio family
without being twins. Now it camo to
pass that tho immed'lato male ancestor
of these boys was pretty well Used in
tlio goods of this sinful world, and also
that he was a man who was devotedly
ttuacneq to his shekels, for, behold, ho
loved his coupons (called of tho tin-
? ,Vy ,,8Cm"V' "truck," tin." "Spon
dul x " "stnilV "sugar," or some
ich binful slangy iimo,) 'with an "fr
Mll'CCCtir in 1M hllrnun
U has limn hooji .,;,
of complaint that, while sonn district
judges luivo very litllo labor in .
i lovm, others are Bovoroly overworked.
KCI. un- iiiiommuon oeiore tlio los:
lilnture, in order that this Important
labor can bo oquali.l by ennotiuent,
eeeius to bu the fimdnmentnl puriioso
of the 1 resolution, and to that ond it is
to Do hoiied tlio committee will ik-. n
prompt mid strict attention.
oiiumu uio mil 01 Air. JJouglass pass,
(ouiako tho theft of a hog in all cn
OiiniK to them aftor
had attained some ago and stature tho
father called them to ids presence and
spakounto them, saying: "My son"
ye hnvo now arrived at that estate
", J'0 ra p wful. and it s
-"--. " .t","" iniier linger upon
the bounty of ho old man, even w
fa her, but that ye get up and rustle,
that yo may earn broad pieces of
loctionot the spirit of old Nick. He
nounted liiswonv. rodn nfforliiu utn,
laying "JIo-lo here roan, durn your
)ld skin I'll breed you for all there is
1 iln iHum a hy aaY WR,V wlio
ouldn't take tho wreck of a bull train
nd Kotrich raisin' cnflli. tiw.ua
lid many other wicked things did he
y. And it camo to pass that he
unit the hides of his neighbor's
alves with his own branding iron Hnd
td change tho brands or cattle com
ig from afar. And it was
h that ho even pulled tho ycarlhiK
fomhis pious old father, who had
gyen him such good advice and tlio
l stag. His herd increased apace
tad soon spread over much territory,
iiid I10 said unto himself, "T am tho
oicf, I reckon, for lo have I notaccu
nilated much sheckels and do not my
ottlo cover many hills?" And when
by servant ennio unto him and would
S.il4i1,IJ,!,i 8ftylnS "Behold it is not
pod that thou shoulrfst dwell in dark
ess. 1 1 were better for thee that thou
mdest the publications I represent
nd that I should also extract from
Y nii'ueut n few Pieces of
In," he opened up his mouth
nd saying: "Depart tliou hence,
i o -iJm fc ". ba1 mn" in ' Httle
!., . , Uy Hiioum 1 read thy papers?
.m I not wise already? Hnvo 1 not
icuniulatcd much scads? Have 1 not
Sundance of tho needful? Am I not
-elHlxed in the way of stuff.'- Skip,
10 1 mnko it warm for thee "
In after years it was so tliattho jirice
ni,wlnn,'' ea,Ii.St tho papers,
ot not ot tho boom 11 f i.n . ....1.' i l .....
he sold cattle at a, :;cat loss,' a
iien ho know r Mo n.,.i 'i...
l he blasphemed much
lying, danilldoii't get oven vet" and
,uu 10 pass mat ho was found
Km! !!VM,d ? t " SSS.1
010 with a hole n t immii c m.
mn i3 . .. .. l HUrf
.,., 1 uu oho occasion ho opened
Is mouth. mid spako unto thn1,,,,.
man said, "I hall Mm.,
,, ------ v,v
tittiwny. .lanuarv 17 ti,
gins and Michael Flynn we
mis morning lor conn;
inurder of Huddy. They
iviij cAwuim. iuurwooa.
They both walked firmly to
iwiu uuu uitu wiinout a
Neither of the men mnrln
but during tlicir coniincmenlii
pressed penitence. Butstaan
wjw i.ihuii in iuo execution'!
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PRESS MARKET ItEPOM
iew lork, $
XewYork.JannarviT.il n ,i-!,
regulnr. Ctinnda Southern. &ml
Joe ana Tsew Jersey Cenlralnj.1
lilclier. will o .Mcmrili s nni m,.irJ
IUchmond and DanvUlo cacli liiw!
?'"c" ,Yori Janitarj- 17.-CoitSl
Kuturcs tiutely steady. -
u uuu. ,., ( vfM jlJM
New York, Janimry 1". Money 1 US
morcantile tmnnr .riUS.nv. i.nr :u4?B
cliaiii!0ten(lv.S2lnnT'.sii!iITh . I
Government bond irregulnn itbfl
llnrfln.il ml. ii.ll... l l . .' TH
cencml vnlracllon lii-'imr w
Stock mnr;ct. 1 with, mi .i..n.t,.
but thoKoneral tono of tlicmuriHtbi
5 s extended 2; JU's l?,VA 'S Vjn&n
iii2r,li' January JT.-6ottoiiS
11 J-I6(i?ll ,-10. Futures llrm. -m
.nine a 1
JUly , ;i
AURU81 , ...!tJ
i-iour arm, Wl1e.1t tlnn. Colfecs
"T, o"sruuu anu noiiiinnL-aiit
reniiinjrqHolodjit n?.t7. Molaaa
unchanged. Klce, deniund falr'sads
I nn. ... .
iiiw'if"1 stearty ",ul in Rood uemij
ChlcaKO, January 17. Cnttto-rccd
steady, llrm; prima n6i: eoodtocte
wwi common to fair -)i M; butchMj
7 ", "wtKiira anu icedcrs J 15OIS0,, ,i
C hicfjKo, January 17. Klour-UcEid
and prices tend! npr upivards. WIimsI
r i- .'" ,"s"r. 1 w-j ror Jiinunrjiia
for I-cbruiiry: 1 01?tIojft)rMaicli:W
winter 1 ui. (-rtrn Mnri....i ei-nr. rt.wii
T'i'iSrrVi ;JU1'"'r.v; njxrsoov rofii
"" " H''"l! lilglior ntI7a53I7 40 ft
Ml 1 1 fill. li.h.lln.1.. 1 Fill. . 1. ...J.
anl lgiior at 10 TOwdi; 10 77101
....ij; xivjiiguu uu lor .Marcn. tmi
ni.-auy an uncliangqd. WUlskTI
unehanged at 1 16. i
HogsKeccipts 45,900; market 1sl
heavy 0 13(5.0 8U: licht (1 W50GS1
.. Oitt'o Market activo and fimi.-cxf
iOSfl;iB; common to lair -13a."ilx butH
-)Si 10; siociterH and feeaerssiw.
S hcep-Heceipls 5,000; mnrkcttolj'
to good 1 101 UO; choice to oxtr51l
St. Loilll .Tnmiiivif 17 r!nHin'
middling 91: recelnts 2.100; talfi 1
Mow nnd unclinnged. Wheat W5W
rai inr. corn higher it'
Pork dull ut 17 23. Hulk ineaO li
clear and short rib 8 SO; MiortJ1
juicon slow; hhort rib 10; bliort
iira nominal. S
Cuttle .Market nctivoand strow
Hteors rnnirnnt. j vmi fin. imtcliixftl
Hogh-lietterntii0)U 16. 'i
Hlieop-ytcndy m 1 CO.
ht. LouIh. Jnminrv 17 CottOH-1
quiet; mliUllns 0lA: niles 7W; now
Miipments l.dTiO; stoclc 0.2U0. fi"M
Mour quiet and unchanced. CmffB
U'i . 'unity nieniiy, 1 11.
Wlieat. higher and uctllo, biitcHwH
o. 2 led 1 0JJil 03 J cash: 1 OSUlorW
lttJJfiaiW'r February; ifflW-fl
JiVHr-T 'fffli!Bj for Mnrch. Osiim
5pJ caMij an)( for January; :W fI
Pork dull, 17 23 i-aKh;J7-10 bid fo.V
?posite him saying;
x Vc,?v? u,y 510,000 nnd
ICO 30.000 better."
..., uib iiivn- u ii mig in ntt case
1V.ICV1IV. 1 III) llt!lllltlltllll V t.inillllo
., - " 4 --.-........ ,., fftii.a
wm liavo to be
Of the state
tt ni -.v 11.
chuck- and for tho raiment yo dogear
Into mine oldest sou I be meat h tho
old roan stag vhleh wo did1 n d nea?
tlio trail liu-t year, and .... ,i..
younger son give l tho red steer wl
brand wo dhf slightly clmnjo
ahem because tsnHmi .,?.". i,
Uo, and may the Lord prosper von
and may your herds increase. "But
remember." added ho mi,. ,
H-i-uuy ocuoovetu you to bo able
low down what thou posessest "
And lie said, "I have three two'
tdinm rofthu.n " u-
l..i..,i- J 'yvj nm
.iiurcn. corn iiir.li...- i.m r nscfl
from the host pvlco of tho day','
Cash! lK?;iftMl fni- T.,..,.. JUI'ftiW!
incatR lnrir ti, tiAM ...M chnrtl8!
. 1. :.'" ",,f, V.VH.. ..M ."- JJ
Boon ciear mo. ijacon slow; loi'
Mhort Clear 101. I.nrrl nnmlnnl. . J
Cnttlft-Rccelpts 2,20 active, elrcWj
demand for nil gradet,; export rU"!
T'.',01. J" ckolce fth! ppliijj4 teoi; Wi
1 7o; common to fnir b"tclfrsWr 1
", oiucKora ana retuors u ."wi . i
Jloss Heeelnt.1 Ii iim- llirht aW-'1
fitrnm, Elimt. 1......L I i ...nHlnlll
orkor iu 10: packing tXtfO 25; ,nti
isheen Hecolnts i.mi- f enilv.cooIM
common lo iiiniiimi. (, 'i-r.. fnlr to I
1 30, pi lino tQ fancy heavy J753 &lJ I
i.iicrpooi, .lununry I7.-LWWWT8
lnnndlUDlandsflV. Orleans 5i. SS
receipts ,000; AmorIcimfi,(M).
?pt boiled drunk un. WV .'.. 3
V.,1 .l.. '-'--. UUU
II IV'tlll- ...,u.i . . - - "
imiiv viirii rT r m .ii i
th m-iio '..;-,;' l" 0'""u. wnore
sa!" ii;iVirPi?r..i"?.B,,Kn': "'ay
eh ,i :vl?mnir nml enwln of
K-tl, and II sluiiL'nr imuiIiV..o.. ?.. '
J! "JJohold tills fl4thB1nnnlS
1...1. - -----W J
,, lu, l0 .Proceed
---. UUIL'KIV lllil wt.-I.
u.!!id of, Ml0 wicked
Sat). ' -' ...icioiiin Wltll
wtn will be
belu noii dm
briicr nnd ho
T.l nrttnr.1 t........u.. im tttnn-'
manil, freely luetiUDrorioUsprii-W
BPOtS. aV: llrlpniiB -.1,. cfilca l-'OllCSf
speculation 2,0(, American P..ra
0U. Aiuerlcnn 0,000. ' 13
Urcadbtuirs nrm, M
Ji'ow Otienns. w
.New Orleans January J7.-Oitl
luiddlinirf.),. itecoipw ni.7m. Si
fltlrl ......1 . ... -.-... . ll.t, IIAV
...... ..uuiiuiiutiii. .i. ruffii'- ?Tm 1
'PSU '"'I'orts to orcat llritaln l
.1U0; Mock .V-Xl.'-tW, 4
Kansas CMtv. .Tniiiinr-17.-Wll..
jHO,2redS7. Corn Uiijlir r,4lh. WSM
Very little doing the past Veclr. Pp31
Ci-li). Wiei-p unchanged. .. rfcl
jvnns.is flty, January 17. "
J;o. 3 red b7 wish ami Fehruarj; S,
t'nitio Uei-ohits 1.000; mirlsUi
rmj native hteeri, welghlinf t
1xK nounds sold at lVa'":. eH
iceiiors a cos le; cows 2 733 jt
oR3-.uecclptj.,;,400; uisrsci i
Ingnt,5P0A0-10. bulk onlcf '131 JfJ
hlieep-ltecelptH7tW; marUct VT
I'Muuua uverage, ' r
rii' i1!!" ""Tic"orfti tiartiiiiirdns of
town ,.11 1
,. uunctiii,!., r.---
rahbits that destroy thol .-.", J' "'
AllhUlitnit I.. 1 l 1 "
viivuiiuMiiy uu uiu ninous nmitinixt u. i i r-. . .
opposition to the work ofUwtmoHo -i.v;V.,r,r.yo,wW"8on', ff-
4 . - B.v ...... uiuv( VOllldCS. in.in.tf
iiiuinc Hall with eveJv ' ,'." "l. Wmi
o n nnst-claM w.iu', ..'" " 1
.int. ...... :
.....'.; j;. ...- "!' ,.;v-i-arj-
ctrujiy .oiicltrtr aVbam.'Sil,w
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