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the gazette -..fort wortm, texas, Saturday, july 2a
N IN LONDON.
Concert nim the llhliin
luW co of tho Onxctte.
ly 8. Th position of
Kiirvsnoiiuuui' is not ni-
11 nlKUiuiit one. u he
Aure (hero really la but
intCTCal to report, lie Is
because nis lullcra tiro
On tno other nana.
1 tluro are hundreds or
iiiir. eui'ii tiitw, sumo
world or, nt Irani, thnt pnrt of U rvp
rcpvtiteil In tliu Itoynl Albert linll.
She tnul on n short dress coinpoawl or
n Miwesslon of whlto luce r'jflU-g uiitl u
crimson vol vt't bodice, dceojoto.nnd was
resplendent with Klorb.us diamonds
worth 11 dozen fortunes. She was
pretty whe.it u nv If Ijer photographs
taken then do her no nioio than Jus
tleu, but now lur beauty Is nioie mtb
dued and mellow, out still sufllelently
ravishing n rupture and hold the eyes
not only r the men but of the women
too. She Is not exactly petite, but Just
large t-noui-h to look commanding,
1 and just sinitll enoue.li to Well, to
1 nialoe her winsome. Albanl's voice Is
i full, rich and wonderfully trained, but
i it is lncklnic In the llute-llke and bird-
1 HU notes which are the characteristic
i features of Pattl's voice.
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.,11 tn 1 tiiitnntlilii In I . ...' . . ". ..
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want to know all
i- or that, this hiinpen-
liavo been In the former
tiuio and know how it
fcy 1 am in inu imici
reali.e every time i sit
Loudon letter now
1 the duty I am expected
la known here as me
verjbody, who is nny-
tloii, wnen imriiuiueiii
iretendlng to be), when
lie lyric aim ciramaue
the gas-lights, nuu in
I'l'VUUlIK iwii'JSu unit is
r hearing u.wi be seen or
nly has tlio inclination,
lower of infinite endur-
nonev. i niter me cir-
ind it hard to "do all
for the reasons
icr business than seeing
f sights to occupy my
enlion, and Iain sadly
e virtue 01 enuuranue:
ake time to sec and hear
Tn fact, here lies one of
lillciiliiis. If I saw and
uld tell it all in my let-
red the labor and trouble
g what it i.J best to tell
Is best to leave untold.
are Is so much to bo told,
:ce.ssarlly remain untold
If the Gazkiti: remi
nd in tlic.su lettersa de-
is thing or that, 1 beg
sess their souls with pa-
time I shall try to tell
10 most striking things
t of all cities. As the
nt objects of interobt will
r, 1 will not lor me pres
to write or tliem except
L'der they shall receive
n. but wniie me "eason
rite more lmrtleuhiriy ot
ivhb'h are in their nature
'd ileeting. For Instance
rnatloiml I'isliery JiiXiu-1
in full blast but must I
ml I must tell about i
at all. The theaters and
kre now in their glory, but
th tlio siason, anu it de
li must be caught, so to
owing. 'Tlio isriusn mil-
Its countless curiosities, is
and these curiosities can bo
d u month or even six I
rns now. ho witu tne
t uallery, Westminster
'Pauls, and the hundred
Anil absolutely interesting
OK an interest that has
the urentestof all the good
fof the season caiiiooH'iri
lbert hall. I believe I
lit it was on the bills, in
and that I was going to
lived. The papers all
the 'Giaud Operutio
der the natronaco of Her
lotts Majesty, the queen, hikI
Wine royui umtiy," ami me fc0Ul of ,.
;vcry Hiirewuiy matte it i .,, w . resnectftil. t lev
imil. t ,...!.. II... ....... ..1 1 .' . .' .
llHttll wivs mil uui, inu yiiiiiu-
ie-last of the season.
ntertniniiicnt was In charge of
BJyignaiii and Monsieur JJu
oouuiictora. The halt Is sltu
$tub South Keiibington Gar
ttiJflihs a capacity for seating
Kp(KJ persons, and every seat
Allied. I .Mi all not attempt to
(sllJHho singers, nor criticize
half to entrancing. Albaul sings from
notes, but l'alti came on the stage
without them and with her hands
clasped in front of her. Rhe was very
graceful as she tang "Tlio Hells."
Of coiirso she was encored
and ha 1 to repeat, but
ono lepeihlon didn't near satisfy the
crowd. Tticy demanded more, and in
spite of the fact that even a single rep
etition is not permissible under the
rules of the hall, the audience would
not be quiet until she a second time
repeated the last notes. Albani's sec
ond song (Part '2) was as pietty as the
Ursa and rully as well executed, and
her special admirers did not fail to call
her back for a second repetition.
Pattl's second song was John Howard
Payne's "Home, Sweet Home," and
never before was It sang so sweetly. T
have heard It u thousand times and I
have heard good slniiots slug it, but I
never had befoi e a perfect conception of
what perfect ballad singing was. The
last notes died away in a melodious
whisper and iho singer was none be
fore the audience rt covered sufllelently
from the entrancing eil'tct of the music
to appieciale tlio fact. Hut when they
did notice that she was gone you ought
to have heard the encore. It was kept
up full II vo minutes before she
would return, when she sang
thoold-tiino favorito"Withina mile or
Edlnburg town." Need I say she
sang it only as Patti could sing it?
And need 1 add that it made that vaist
audience of live thousond souls wild
with delight? They called for her to
come buck a second time, butsbo re
fused. The conductor tried to slop
the denion-tratlon by giving the sig
nal for the orchestra to begin, but at
the first Indication of this kind the
furor was renewed, and tho orchestra
had to wait. Again Mons. DuPont
tried to put a stop to tho clamor, but
the crowd would not cease their cries
for the favorite. I don't think I ex
aggerate when I say this uproar was
kept up full llfteen minutes, the
whipped-out conductor hi the mean
time bitting down with hlsainw folded
across his breasts mid an exprtbsion of
intense suppressed rage on his natu
rally not cheerful physiognomy. At
last Patti condescended to appear onco
more on tho stage, only to
smilo on the crowd and
to kiss her hands to Monsieur
tho conductor, when she again went
below. It was really very lilnny tho
way these nctions were received by the
crowd. They laughed and shouted,
butienewtrd their cries for "Patti,"
and 1 believe would have stayed them
shouting for an hour had not Madame
Stahl, taking udvunlugcof a temporary
lull in tho btorin took her placo pre
paratory to the singing of a selection
from Meyerbeeis Lo Prophete. A
London audience sometime grows wild
but it never forgets what the rules of
courtesy demand. They wanted Patti,
but as boon as Madame Stahl appeared
thev were silent, but for them tlio
enteriainmeui was gone,
no nleiwuru tit bcraiuuiiii! which was
really line. She was followed by
Sign'or Do Heszko, who by the way has
the best baritone voice 1 ever heard,
and he sang wonderfully well, but he,
too received only a formal and heart
less encore. Tho programme called for
a grand march from Suonod by the
orchestra, but as soon as Deltiszke
had bowed liiniseii out oi siirnt mere
verol pcrfoi minces, but I must wns u dignitied rush for
the exit, and
wsny boiiiuiiiini;ui mo cumuli , the orchestra plaved to a tnorougniy
ariStho shine, Mesdames Patti unuppieciativ audience.
ijgnttiuid SL'iior Mcolini. 'iliey , Kicolino, not to comment
tiSOnoK SASi on his voice which is good only, nor
talljlii Oneiu Cm tut Ga en, ilis singing which d d not compare
gCSn the two Mesdan (s there J, n,LL Hut as the hi.slfand
. UUt Hilt 11 VVl
'frfvalrs'. Tney each had their
nailers aim cnampions, aim
of them, such charming
i not surprising that (heir
on Id bo enthusiastic in
wises. There are "l'alti
nd "Allium nimiis." nut as
y erasing in opera on the same
tefriime niehts, it is
that ono can hear
tether In opera. They
libeen tilling their engage-
lf brilliant bticeess, so tjiat
us aniiounccd yesterday that
fwereto sing yesterdaj', tholr
I champions were out in force.
ipeared llrst in the celebrated
mint jewel song, mratr
T$Fuwit, and as her execution
(?) of Patti he is an object of interest
to tliose wno luiinirc nor. no is no
longer a young man, being evidently
middle aged, but theio is much char
acter in his face and it impresses one
with the Idea that he is a man of no
little force. You hoar ho has a living
wife and a family of grown-un children
I...A .....t.Hili t.iu cx iu i
.it. ' 1IIIL, lll fTl I 1L inn lie ID IU
"'"J I" ,.,,,1 nl,ul.M tin. hiihbiind of Patti.
and see t iT i... ,.i...M... r.iii iii. imctnoua i'ir.
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turs. and in public and iu pri ate is
j recognized as the successor (whether
I legal or illegal) of tho Marquis
do Caux, wno now mat mo
divorce court has interferred
Is no longer tlio manager do jure) of
tho finances of his lato wife. Surely
the niu-lc-lo ing world has a curious
dlsrotrard for the proprieties, it wor-
8t faurtless there was nothing ,,, t p tu.s ,rm anrl evwl r0.
crowd but to greet It with , cei,e8hertl, private with quiteasmuch
ftcr tuvhorc until alio was i J;niinp ..,,, ' IlL.corti her In nubile, in
Irlii ii.r ii mi I r I lid tliuii iiiji"' v I . ,.
iumchiiu iv mo ouwu ii . ..u,. ,.r Mw. r.n.t in nn oii . imtl(n
t last few bars. Shelsalarne ,. u,.,i ,i ii ,i..r,w him
woniau richly and tasteiully ; . 5- , ...... r..eo.Miized tlio relationship
ir,kiiilil uiltlil tIMtll llllllllkllfl I " . . . .... r
y-imiii .iiii, "',"""""""ia which sho and Nicollnl bear to eaqn
& dianiomi cnuu oc worn ) H Jul th ,iliiiit George Elliott
rloty. The aiidienco though . ' thn wife of Mr. Lowes while his
Ciili' nuuaiiuu iiu
uuu l .r:l'.wl WifU WHS Still llll Illlllllte Of
yen hor special a(lnirersUd ) nmri.,ol,80. And didn't the world
nnore. I could but notice j j g h ijernlianlt long be-
rof excitement which was Jf , t Monsler Damala tho
ssoon as bignorlTiipoll left !,'.,,, ,,f,lf ... .ii1ujii ,11( ii..hnriH.
Itlitl l.llllb V "" ...w w. ....-.. r
ftor a beautiful and artistic
iof the Jiomumlza "ciclo e
tho opera La Glacuiula.
nis a most ombar-
posltlon hedged in
ho two great favoiltes, hut
the dlsadvanlagts bis sue-
kell worthy of the leallycom-
ry but impatient tmpinuo
Ich it was greeted. Patti
know her power, and cer
has h provoking and mis-
-way or exorcism.; It, Mho
knew that bhe was bnath-
Eeetcd above, but in splto of
Ing of handc, cries of "Paltl."
inu niner (lemoiibirauons sue
ly failed to appear until the
f.Signor Hovigiiani, went to
?t lliobtalrsand there awaited
tho npplauso whloh greeted
appearance ot Aiimni was
mat willed greeted l'alti
ly jmuKHue" and sntldlled
ace that the beautiful and
2li of somr fetlll Jield tho tlr.t
tt; lilfirti of tJUrf jyuJc-lovhig
boys, who uu to that time had never
experienced'the luxuiy of knowing a
Writing of her reminds mo that
Madanio Dunala Is billed for the
"Gaiety" this week, though llko the
head of Iho L wintry family (who I
hear Is all iwed 5 iU. per week out
of the Liiy's earnings, bo long as he
wi 1 rem ifn quietly on her little Welsh
farm) the head of D.iihala family takes
a buck seat In tho luidiiigenieiU of his
wlfe'u profeH-ioual ad'aliv. She is
billed as '-Madanio Sarah Horn
hardt," as If she had no husband,
which is rough on thegeutleniauall tho
way Irom ii recce. She is lo appear on
Monday night, the 10th, and In fact
every night this week as fedora.
Ytbterday, whllo out to South Jveii
cin,rtn t innk it leisurely btroll
( through tho buildings oci'iipied by the
i International liberies Exhibit, but
as my main business (?) tllt-ie was 10
"do" the concern, I did not examine
jipythlng wJtli tulllclcnt caro )o at
tempt a description.
l noticed casually tliu Identical life
boat used so long by the celebrated
Graco Darling and her father in their
ellorts to riseiui drowning men and
I handled tho oars they bundled M)
ofton and s will. tVhen I no
there again L will make
full notes or the various
objects of interest and report them
There have been no political develop
ments heto (luring the past few dayfiof
enlHclent importance to more than
mention them. On Monday there was
a lufccu.sion in the house of lords upon
the annexation of .New- Guinea by the
Queensland government Lord Derby,
speaking for the administration, said
the action of Qucchbluud was Illegal,
hence void, and could not bo recog
nized or legalized by tho imperial gov
ernment. Ho said further that the
responsibilities of tho government
were already siilllclently large and Its
possossloiirt so scatiered as to render It
undesirable for It either to increaso the
ono or enlarge tho other.
The subject of tho ravages of tho
cholera iu Kgypt occupied the atten
tion of tho house of lords on Tuesday,
and assurances were given by the gov
ernment that everything in reason
was being done by the British authori
ties to restrain and control P. French
pipers however insist that Great Hri
tain is mainly responsible for Its spread,
Bliice tho authoi hies there lefused to
etiloice the quarantine laws pinmptly,
for tho reaon that certain English
ships would have been enibarra-sed.
Naturally, English papers deny tho J
charge, but It is more than probable
that there lsbonio grounds for tho ac
cusation. The disaster on tho Clyde was dis
cussed on Friday, but no delltilteaetion
in regard to It was taken. Lord Gran
ville said tho matt r would bo dealt
with by the pioe'irator ilscnl in Scot
land. A lew days since the engineer
and flieniau iu chaige of the engine
of the Itoynl Irish mull t,raln went to
sleep at their pests, and came very
near wrecking the train. Investiga
tion showed that they hud been on
duty without shop lor full llfteen
hours. This occurrence gave rise ton
discussion, In the house of lords, as to
the average number of hours per day
railroad servants In England lira io-
iiulred to work. Loid Colvillo of
Cuirass undertook to say that very few
weio ever engaged longer tlun ten
hours, and as tho statement win satis
factory, the mutter was permitted to
In tho House of Commons some
thing really inteiestlng now and then
springs up. Last week the "Corrupt
Practice Bill," of which I wrote you,
was up in committee. To the four
teenth clause, which defines illlegnl
employment, Mr. Lubonrohere was
spiteful enough t propo-ean addition
forbidding baronetcies, or other title,
being niven as a reward for electioneei
iug services. Loid Churchill took oc
casion to say some pretty hard things
about Sir U. G. Price's baronetcy, and
Sir llarcourt Johnston's peerage.
Tho churgo was made that Mr. Glad
stone is a chronic creator and distrib
utor of titles, mid that these uid many
others wero conferred upon tho parties
receiving them as rewards for election
eering work done by them In the in
terest of tho administration party,
Tho baionotoy given Mr. Price is al
leged to have been the price of his res
ignation of a so it in Parliament ut a
time when Mr. Gladstone wanted an
other man there in his stead.
During the dl-'eubslon of clause 80
on Friday, another siiiey episode
aniuced the house no little. Mr. Lewis
objected tour, amendment offered by
Mr. Sumueluon, and was told that "ho
appeared to think that when lion
heat us est (using, the word "host.'' in
its American jence) there was nothing
more to bo said on tho subject." Mr.
Callau at once jumped to" his feet to
expiess his astonishment, at the
"bumptious menibjr for Banbury."
Then followed a cross-five of motions.
appeals, demands lor wiuid u vais, ex
planations, etc., which was followed
by apologies. Or, as a morning paper
expresses it, "then everybody with
drew everything, and the honorable
members no doubt imagined they had
been engag d In the weighty business
of legislation for their country."
,011 the (1th of August tliero is prom
ised another interesting time in tho
house of common". The friends hud
constituents of Mr. lliadlaugh, who
has tlueo times been elected to parlia
ment, and each time refused a seat, be
cause he is an avowed infidel,
met at Leeds yesterday, under the
auspices of the Leeds Federation of
liberal clubs, to protest against Ills
nou-adndttance. Tliero were 10,000
persons present, participating in an
open air niectiiin. and a resolution was
adopted without, dissent condemning
tho action of the house of commons.
Mr. Bradlaugh, in Ills speech, said ho
would in a few days again claim his
seat, and it is understood that on the
tith of August, attended by a vat ar
my of his li'lcud-, ho will move on par
liament. Of course his friends won't
bo allowed lo go with hinij further
than tho court of the houses of par
liament, but they think they will
iiuiko such a demonstration there as
will result in their champion securing
A few days since T saw the Duke of
Marlborough in the house of lords, ap
parently In perfect health. Thursday
morning ho was found deud on the
lloor of his room. His successor is tlio
Marquis of Blandford, now nearly
forty years or age.
Tho death of tho old duke and the ac
cession to the title of the notorious
Marquis of Blandfoid gave Reynolds'
newspaper occasion to euy some ugly
thlnus about both of them. Iteferlng
to tho former It says:
"Tho death of tho Duke of Marlbor
ough U of itsi If an event or no impor
tance. The deceased was u person who
if born In a lower grade of society
might have creditably lllled a clerk's
situation at a salary of two or throo
pounds a week. Born in tho peerage,
lie, how ever, became viceroy of Ire
land, with 20,000 per annum. We
believe he win a iiinn of decent reputa
tion In private life, and never openly
violated those moral laws which are so
little cared for by tho majority ot his
But what it says of tho intler
lscholeo (?) reading In a country where
a duko is regarded as
being next thing to an nngel, Says
Iteynolds: "His public career, bucIi us
wo'havo learnt about it through tho
medium of the divorce court, stumps
hlniusa thorough-paced ruillun nnd a
reprobnte. A disro
imiblo fellow, who, by vlrttit. of being
t'ao oj of hU father, mid In nccord-
nnce with the tenets of our hereditary
system, at onco nccedes to the highest
rank Lu the prerage; become an hered
itary legislator: has hi his hands the
disposition of thirteen church livings;
mid, perhaps what Is worse than nil,
Luhcrlts a pension of 5.000 per annum
from the nation! Can there bo a more
shocking nnd shameful exemplifica
tion of the disgrace and dbcredlt that
may be reflected on the country by the
continuance of n system which all
other civilized countries have abol
ished? This manor evil reptile at once
hikes his scat as n hgUlator, and not
one i f those bishops or temporal peers
who have hounded a peison or unspot
ted character out of parliament like
Mr. Bradlauudi will olfer n word of re
inoiistiiuiee! "And wh? JJecauso the
adulterer, tho cowardthe treacherous
friend, tho base and brutal wlfo-beater
The paper containing this nttlclo
only appeared on the streets this morn
ing, and has hardly yet como to the
notice of the party specially noticed,
but It Is more than probable no action
will bo taken about it. The fact is
that there Is very much of truth lu
what Is said In tho article, and the
new Duke or Marlborough Is not very
apt to make the matter worse by stir
ring it tip. As a poor or the realm, ho
cannot "call out" the party who wrote
it, who is commoner only, and since
In n suit for libel In England tho de
fendant can put in evidence In sun-
port of the truth or the aliened libel.
it might not be printout for him to go
Into tho courts.
Another notable death during the
week was that of the late Mr. William
Spottls Woods, president of the royal
Society. He was burled Thursday lu
London Is still full of Ainerlcansnnd
others are coining in by every train
and steamer, but as none of them are
from Texas I need not mention them
Judge James Hell loft for Austin
Thursday. II. L. H.
AM0NU TIIK STKIKEUS.
Tlionpot innrkpt openo'l qiili't ami cloieil
utMuly nml uncliuiiiroil. Sides mod bnlcs.
Tlio Allure mirkd opened llrm nt I to I
loluw hlKlior: ntlnrc were sternly ntul itull
iluring tuo day nml tlii!mntKcl cloet
bitrely Mcudy, but weio Uto iiilut hlRiiur
linn ycctorUiiy. Hales, I5,:) oulci.
July... ... 0 W
UKliMiiilMNri ttkMtltIIMItMlltlIIM " I
Peptcmbor ... 0 62
Uclobvr ,... y hi
NGVHASor...... .. ..., .. 0 4S
Ooecmbtr V 49
iniiunry v Ai
I obiiury , . 69
Mnrelj , t y ;
.atuoHOtiMi.tiiiM.oM ( U 1
tM1lJllt4 ltltttfc.Mtl ' "
, .. (tttlt4 VllllUMIl.lllI'J IU
Viw Yor.it. Apr'l 7. c ttw quiet) futurei
trutly nl tin following 'iu lUlons;
July ... -..,...,, VO W
UlCUil 0 CO
Nkit hit, July r:. cotton Tlteipol mar
ket o)um tirm miC ruloit fMlri mut etocil
Ulllcl Hint uncliaiigpil. Halcw, Ml tmlea to pin.
nriuUW biloi to ccecultdorf. Total, "ii
KuturoH opAiiol steady; wero barely Mtndr
on Ihr uroml call; rtlrndV on tho llilrtl cull,
and cloed Rtemly Willi Huljr 1 point lower:
Adjust nnd tfeptniber elated ni yesterdays1
fll!Urc uiul Iheollicr laonUm eloped nt 1 10 3
potuw hhilicr. Halts lTU,to; bv.
July , 10 01
Annua. , o 00
Heptmber... , lu is
NoTdinber o l'0
lleeomucr n im
.Uuuury u 1J
Net r'rpts nt ah U. H. ports IIiIh week. S.'O;
Sione week tnut yenr juvyj
Total reo'iim at nil V.H. porix ilurluit
tlio week ....
Ijint year ,
Total rea'ptimtull U. W.porlH todnte...5,OH.-r2A
KxporlM rrom all U. . porU Tor tlio '
5nmn tlmo tnt year , I ,8V
Total exports from ull U. H. Ports lo
, date.. ...n 4Ai,6?J
Himio date lnt enr, 3.I07.1WI
.Stock nt ull 11. a. 1'orlH '20W 0
i-M.IIV IIIHU 11(1.1 ,,-l.,.,
Hloelcntall Interior towns ,
Haino llino lnntyenr... ,
HIol'Ic nl Liverpool , ,
Piuiu) itiitu lust year....
Stock of American tiiluat lor OMt
Bnina tlmo last year
StntiiH of AfTrtlrs at Vurtou VolaU Vcter
ila nt CluvelMUil.
Cleveland, O., July U7. One of the
striking operators returned to work at
Western union olllee. Two checkb'ys
wero discharged far carrying informa
tion to the strikers, A committee of
strikers rcqiushd an interview with
Chief Operator Gucrley. and he met
the committee nt the Wendell House
to-day. Ellorts were made to Induce
him to join the brothcihood, but ho
Toronto, July 127. A number of
striking operators have returned lo
a ji.vn'dsomi: iu:mi;k itni).
llallhiiorc, July 27. A conceit at
tho Grand opera-houso for tho benefit
of the brotherhood of telegiaphers of
this city realized 31 ,300.
Detroit, July 27. No elinmjo In the
telegraphic strike in tlio last fortv
elght hours. The strikers remain llrm.
Their places 1110 nearly all lllled with
new force unused to work. The latge
olllces are laboring under disadvan
tages arising out of sucli a state ofuf-fuirs.
lavuitl'ooi., July "-V. llrcailHtnlt'4 Qulot.
Hendy, except corn, which Is llrinur.
iioaoo, July i7. Klour Quiet but firmer.
$10; 3 sn SJ.IO; Toinnto-, RtnmUrd, 2 lb.,
Il.a; HcoondH, 2 too.. 81 .10; fts 81.W; Oreeu
omii, $I.10'I.IVV Ureait pens, tl.V Oumj.
I..ip..a fll VftJll Iim l)iid.iU.i,.li.a ttl WO. ,...
uui 1 IVi tiMniii.". iiii.iiuui 1 ivni r u", .., , c
oystow, fall welKht, 1 tt., 51 15; a ft., i.U, llKlit
welKbt, 1 lb., fio; 2 lb., SI. a": Hrtluioil, l,
SI.7()(I.SV, i ., !J.f52.H); Jitnnkerel, 1 lb.,
Sl'vViil,7 : HnrJIiiw, Ainorlcnn, SS.no chhp;
lnimrted,S 0.00eascjsiimvberrles,2 lb., SI.6U;
llliickberrli'H, M.'i'i; Oreeu giices, ll.V'j Con
deiiKfd milk, crown, $7.00; Kaic, 8.75; Hwtx
HUNtmiKS Stnrch. 6K?- Hoap, common
4U.c (leruuill olive, hfe, Candlo", full boxen,
lOr, lutlvex, lilc; iiuiirlerd, hie. liiil'tco. Sl.o.ilb;
llluplnir, sc(l,i;iidocun. ColMinan'H musiiuil,
l.40Co$V)0ui7on. Mnccatonl, huportcd, I ucPi;
American, Sum box. lluckotn, two hoops,
.UMiofn;woll buckets, Sl.25 dozen. Ilioonm,
K1.0UU onslr StnururdM roynt patont, $?B0
V bul,; enclcH, S2 1V!1 ID l.o tos. Com inenl,
nor bunhel, Sic; Hominy niut writ, V bbl.
Tlio (J rand Army.
Denver, Col., July 27. Tho next
national encampment of tho Grand
Army of the Hepublie will bo held at
Minneapolis. Win. Warner of Iowa
was elected senior vice commander-in-chief,
and Waiter II. Holmes of Cali
fornia the junior vlce-surgcou-general
and chaplain was ro-ele'cled.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
it per IKXi
X per Sll
Uazktti: oi'ficb, July
UUJ.l) iM) HII.VKU.
American Hllror dollur, pur.
Ainerlcnn lir.lvrsnud quar'spar.
Mexican silver dollar fcO
Mexican fillvor balvnii H5
Mexican silver quarters IS
New York kIkIU, euireney
Now Orleunn bight, curroucy
Hi, LoiiIh KllU, currency
Galveston hlirtit. told nnd cur'cy
SterllnK, In small sumn, il.W curronoy
Now York sight currency parQ'f
New Orleans sIrIiI, currency'- dlscoMn
Gnlvoston slehl, currency -& alscount
Ht. IxiuIb stKht, currency jiarfilif
Chicago rtKhl, currency- Vi dlncount
Xew York, July 27. Money market ensy.
Prime mercantile paper 03,6.
Kterllnc exclianue, bnnkablo bills, dull nt
4 S3; fcluht 1 ST.
Three per cent, bonds -13.
Extended ,Vs, called In.
Coupons, ili's J.12i.
Coupons, 4's I U)i.
lloustun & Texas Central
Kuithas A. Texas ,
lexas i l'uclllc
TitVRKrooi., July 27. Cotton flints hard
cnhii;; upland potsfi'd; Orleans 6d; Mile
10,'Mi; export and speculation i,uim. Ainerl.
evil 745 1; receipt SJ! American !MM.
I.l vrltl'OOI., July f7' Spots oppnol harden
hur ami closed 1-Ih of a point hlKher,
rdlnary uplands. 4i; guild ordinary up
lands v, low uilddltuj; iiuIhiuM, 6'; low nil J
dlliiu uplands, b'i: lalildiliu; uplands, SU;
niUUtlhik! or eiiis, 6? ft sales, lo.idj bnlcs, or
lilcli74Ji bales were Ainerlcnn nnd 1(0) to
exporters and speculator In ports h0 bales,
of which U0il bales were Ainorlcnn.
Futures opeuoJ llrm and were 'J la 1 points
hlKher and clied kteody and ruled 2 to
potulsjilt'her than ye.terday. July-Auju-t,
.1 20: Auiout-eiitiuiber. oa : ceituuubcr.
October, S. Oetobor-Novemlier 588,- November-December,
& X.V, Jiinuaiy-V'el'ruary, Ct'i'i; March-April,
whuki.t corro statkubkt.
Hnles of tho week .
Speculators took .......
Kor'd from shlpslde direct lo splnpers.
Actual exports ..- ......
WllKATQufet, bill Kt-iuly; reular lit
1 2,f July: lOiM'WJi AUKtit; lilies
I u4 Sjoplcmber; No. 'J red m Inter I 07.
liikn-iiuii nuu easier; OSViWJ'-s cash
July; SSSttWiJf, Autsutl; ol iVCeiaf Sei-te
VoiiK-Qulet. but steady; ll U1 110 cash or
Jlllj: MOO 'HlrJi.MlKUSI.
..''Aim-iliilet.eii.li Juiy or AtiRiitt.
IIIIiii.k M isa rs Kul r demand; slioit rib, 7 M;
short thort clear 8 10.
j.i vn stock1.
''"fJ-TtpcolpiH 1j.uij market brisk nnd fi
10 11 hljilien inuod a 3 Hs5 . o; heavy 5 WhiO ! ;
lljllt, iiill.'Vi. J '
rAiii.K Itecclpts fiiKfl; shlpiuunts 1101;
btsiKiiutes brisk ami .1 10 10 higher; otliors
k ow- expo.teis rl,o0 B; Kood (i, choice
shipping MoeM 5 HJfi7.; common to medium
4 4l4t 1 'l.
MIIK l'Itecelpts ISM; dull 10 to 11 lower;
inlerlo.- lo fiilr'JToAI.'i); Bood 1 B3j otioleo
i; uauuoai, y, nuir um., 8-ios, vracKra
wheat, v. IK r.c; Critckers; X sod, (XSO)Je, XX
kftdii, Cft7; XXX soda, iU7Uc; crcnin soda,
kVMHiUc: X lemon ereani". brttlUe: X lrhnror
Rr. Louis. July W.-Cotton-titoidy: mid
ijllne UH; ales IH0; reolpls IS; blilpments
3,A), ktock on hand Mxtt.
aoy; about Co
Rt. 'oui, July i'tl Kiour-lower.
WiiKAT-null nnd unhuliled, but rinsed
about tho same as joslcrdap; .o. a red tlli'i
r. Unit, July S7 -Cuttle, lecelnM 4iV;
fiteers in lllit simply; ree-ilpts worn Infe.
nur; demand wholly rur eholio natives and
'loxani, which hold ut:i uj lo V.K: one lol of
ntlM Hilppers or UK) pounds soldiitsai.
IliKi - ltccepls .'s.Kkj; ueiivu iipil hlKlier;
UKlU hlilpidiiir B 3ttl :; piuailn-' fl 4utoj 7fi;
tail choice 5 1101200.
Klirki- Hlesdy: reietpts &y; slilpincnls
none; meluni to Rood lIU; piliiio U
choice, 4 OOy.5 00.
Kak City, July i.7. Wiii:at Illsrhm
umlbe'r ,l tV)iWewUi X A;M W KeV
rCsemembcWr:r:3:, bl"e"": WVA!Auu.t
Kansas Citt, Mo., July 1.7 -CArn.ii-no-f?Lr.U
i&V '"Hrket sleiuly; nallvo stems of
R,.,"P. l",I,'dsl 7,Wi 0 ; Twciw steers ol
O.K lo 1011 iiouudH I hOifoi G..
5 .? o7IUccl,,tM 3,m'' 1,lKl,cr n"1 "cllve:
'JV'.VV'S ,,atbes of 7t to 107 pounds
sold at il i5ff3 75; receipts 0.
Ktw Y01 It.
Ni:w Yonic. Inly vil. K'l.ouitDiill,
W IIKAT Cash lou liui V, liUlm.-; siioii(,'cr;
options opened u o-; lower, uitei wards 10
eowie.l iiiiMtofthi) diellne; closing slen ly.
No 3 red ll'J : sioamer.No,:! red 1 I7liffll 17;
elevator, I (fl diilleied.
Coiin ;asli lots lim-cttled; 2j Inu en op
tions XmX lower, closlni,' stioni;ci; No ,
fli'X; Huwncr Wt S4: No. 2, illi; cloviitor
MU April; WA delivered, ' v
CoKI Kll Dull.
Hi'HAU-ralr diimand mid firm; rellned
njile I and sleaillen HaniUrd A 8kCli Kran
Uicic I'lrin ami quiet.
llosi.v Quiet uqa unrlinui;ed.
rouK-Oiilei hut arm at Ij7'S!0CO.
lAKO-Htrtdj j WlftUfyi.
Naw Youir. July 27. Hooves-IleoolplK H51
luchidlnuTOoxnorls: steers llrmei; Ko iiluhcr
on icood and prime steers; U lilsli-r on com.
man; medium natlrestcer'iJHQarirjO-. i-oiumim
Kias fed Texas sleois i Wii' 0): exports, 1UI
botiKlitat fi MI30M. '
MIKKI- 'UcHlpH 'Jr; market not sir llrm;
lambs yA to Vi loen sheep 4 Oi-J 10; western
and .louthcrii lambs 0 ou$7 is.
iieian vincijar, appic.ayjnio wcnl.jpuro
wine, Mc; Tea', croon, dried, m,, IMc; bluek
eyed, 5 ; l'eiuhes, dilod.8;e; Apples, dried,
T0U1I sUick .
A my lean
aKVtrrax, July 27. Cotton Quiet; mid
dllut; OlM'l; low mlddllni; il Mil, uojU ouli
nary K7-10; net recehttk 710; grObS receipts
7.; exports couslwIsoSlO,
Kmr OnLKXNs, July 27. Cotloa Qulot,
but steady, Clo.lns quatatlons: iiltddlhi.
00-11); low mid II114O I 1-1'i; fond ordUuiy
1,0-1(1. Net receh'ls '3.'.; gross rctxjIpU Jib;
hales 4(; stock on hand V.1,473.
Net receipts .. ., 51 1",
Oross lecelpts 201
i:portM,foiclBn ;. .van
j;xports (Jroit llrltaln , , tn
Continent. .. ,u 0
Exports coastwUo. ....,.' , 11 1
r)alt'4,,i.i , ..1W
(Note-Quota (Ions uro for lots, unless
Blrlcl middling ......
Hlrlrt low mlddllllK ..........
i.mv miuuiiuir ..., ..
Htrlcl Koou ordinary
Oidlnary - ,
BlalDH ..,... , 7)4&il4
Or:) curl es,
COFTHB AND TKA.-CoriTB-Vory firm ;
ooiiiiunu.Oc; ordinary, 8j4ci fair. Ul;c; uriiuu
Itlo, He; fancy, 12c; Cordova, bijc old bov
erntneut Jnv.i, 2Sc. Tba Jmpcilal, 4itf 0;
gunpow der. tjfil),
8roAu Very llrm; Toulalunapuro wiilto,
9i;e; oir while, vMo; yellow clurltled, Uo;
fancy yellow cladrred, UWc; open kcitlo su
gars, choice, sVc; stMudaid A. hc, standanl
eniiiuiairu, an; Jvouiuiiiua 1111 Krauuiuieu,
levfc; powdKreJl, lO.c; cut loaf lOko
prime to choice, 4Wt.r)vc; o
HlCE UHllKIUIlfl. W(2) Ur
Kihii Maskerel, Ibltikiis, No
Ixiulslaua molns. cfn
rn syrup, 4 c. '
2.1.0 hulf i.bs
No. 1, VM-.
1. tl.tr.: No.
No. 2, JU8.
h. NO. I, h'f. bbls., r7,b; N )', 2, M.W.'
rluif.. per box. 40c. Uk1 fish! OUc
Halt Course, In bugs, s.50; rlne In bux,
; Lite, 111 mil uoop Ubls., Si.12.40; pock
Canned Goods. PrJreii per doon: IMno
applet, standard, Jl.tW; reaches, standard, 2
lbs.,fi.es; 3 Ibi., UWi,uyt seconds, 2 it.,
This powder nror variss. a uiarvol o
purity, stroiiEth and wholeaomenesk. Mor
economical (linn tho ordinary kinds, ru
cannot bo sold In competlttou with the mul
titude of low lent, short vsliilit. Mum or -
phosphate pbwders. Sold only in tni. 110Y-
Ai. lUKiHft I'owrtwi Co., I'M wallStrcet, Now
fAVi .V IUI1II
snaps. OUKcl XX, OU'aiOe; assorted cakes and
mmuio. iiisiio. wneni in uirm ruioini:
K)c?il, aa to quality and condition.
CoiuliiKln (truly; pilcesrango froniSOcSl.
l'alnts, Oils ami Varnishes .
l'AijiTS, per I Whho lead, 7 4'o th; yellow
ochto.dry, sc; burnt author In oil, isc; dry, 7c.
O11.H boiled linseed In bbls., ilo por ual;
raw2c; ncalt.rout,(i0.i7.'c; llsli.iiNjKie; sjilrllK
turponitne.o.le; coal oil, 2-1 eases, Ihlluaitt,
n M) Urlllluut, bbls., use Hrllllant, 12-1, Si 4S;
110; 2-5J1S.W i: 2-3, WOO; Kuplon, bblK.. 2.r.c
per Kiillon; Kuplon, 2-Ti eases, J2 00; lard oil,
b.,tWJc; West Vtrifldla,2i)25c.
VAUNillii Copal, tthf&tl Si per
coach varnish, SI UJ0 00.
rotitoew. country ia?y)c bushel; Onions',
now, (Duo libl. Turnips, 4iW!lo bu.
Ktinip, II, 1'. uii'd., hbl., 4fS,rn; lari;e limn,
(1V.S7; kinitll huilnr, l);'"'c: bnvn, 6K(a7c:
I'lcklui, medium, SO ."Virl" t 'fi bill.; liali bbl.,
$vro;) 61; 1'lBB fett.klls, St 00; elder, half bbl.,
r ' V7 , fv.
Piui i. iMiuim.'e.iku; niar.Kueiiies tioiiifl per
mil ; rlums UilOoper pal.; Walormeluns 15
2.V. Canteloiies loa.'B; Apples 0076o perW
bushel box; Tomatoes SOe,
Hay Now country loose Irom wapion,
WotiutflW purton; Com. country, 10c; Oats,
country. 3V$:.ia; Ihitn, $1 00 por 100; Chops,
II 75 por hO. Jlarloy.aitf 40.
Meats and I.ard.
MKATsloworsnujar culod haniM. 13c; Ila-
con, puck oil, bn'nhfMM bacon. Wife: slloitnlea
I014; loiiK'rlinr, 0c: Jlulk meats, packed,'
short ory suit, Mie.
I.AIU) lowo- llerces, lOkei hlr. bills., IV ic,
sn m uns, ittVe id lit this, Itijfej 10 lb tins, ile;
5ft tins, lljjlc; 3 lb Huh, 1114c.
llntlrr and Obt-eso.
Uirrrnn -Country, I8i0a; Westein dairy,
22Ue; fancy dairy, 27Jo ; cooklni? butter, 10c;
ClIUKsn-I'lat factory, 12c; 'Now York
factory, WJic, full cream, 15; HwoIUer, 83a
l'nullryuuil ISkbs. r
roor.THY Hens, 5.1 oo.tat :h per 'dozen;
roosters, rl UWi 00; half-urowu ehlckeiiK,
l -.b'i lfc Turkeys, W 0038 IK.1 Occso, $5 Oil
S8 00; Ducks, J2 Aoffill 00.
Kousrer dozen, tie.
ciucuniua, r"i ", v.', ", whiu n.,,..
(inotttedl. trp, fTOcromuiriir, '.. 1;., per
pound, asaW: chalk, lump, per pound, 2jl;
calomel. !' A W., per pound, "0$oi; ciilomel.
l'.w.HjIi tier noutnl. 1 Kill 'L i-lilnral
j,l.... t YY-a. 1 L... Ai.i...ri..t., inrx.u M..,n,i-.Ll
ilia.-., I " .', kllllllUlirillli V'yV, VUtltJIMm-
tlon podcr,!ii0Jovur4 powder, I 4&&1 ;
epsoui salts, per pound, SW. Hum ojihim, per
pound, I fi '; KUiu camphor, 3 Ktl; morphine,
per oz, 6.1 75; mach III) oil, itolden, W4J-I0;
quinine, I'. t W., per ot , 1 0"C quinine, or
man, per oz,, 1 H) ulnlne, Ocrmun, cabe, per
oz., 1 75.
l'owder niusihKr.'ti kei.t3 15; IMflr.y VI .
10 M; Ultle,'!l2J4ibH..H6fc Itlllo. Jl0!41i.s.,ll Vi
Bhot it 2) V ack: buck shut, ii 60.
' i' ' ' '
Nails, rahoo, 81 '; Ifocs, 4 1 V cert. ofT: Axos,
Collin's, 10l; Hlmuionk'. I.0&-; I luck In sack,
tlbr. Ames's shovels, v, do, 41200; Hoiso
shoes, wkoif, W00; ll.r Iron. KW; fitoI,7Kc;
WMW- T'n VMtt, .Jl'iOr a. Traco
chains, KIOQVdoz; Tinware, 40tf cent, ml;
Cooklnif stoves, I4 UKtraw, Kito irtantels,
SlOOOgMOO: Colleo mills 'Si V cent, ort; KolU,
40 V cut. olf; Carrlaiiw bolts, 09 V ceut. otf.
82 &02 75; fauoy por gallon, as per ulh
tir,,.tllV llAM, If,... I 1 IllAllUl B HU . :.
,, llinivi .iuu,tnvit ,1 n,iiAh 11, j.vi I'lUIIJ,
suir mash, ono year old. I 00 two yean olds',
2W?2 2'i; three years old W WtpJ 76s fancy j
ot""'i oiu wmsKy '!.
Winks Claret, caso,t$3 GOiiJlOOO. oh porqual
Uy; CaUiwbu, porgallon, Vtml ) l'orl,fI 20
SW);Hhorry, por Bill., 1203 00; Madeira,
for gal., 81 (to 5 Co; Witt to vnue, iu tunes,
I 00I0 00. , ,
Cuaii'AONI-0. ir. Mumm A Co., Kxlm
Drv, KM 60) 0; H 2,dslck, In basket, 2d 00
2i w; KriiK, In basket, VM 0028 00; Domestic
ohampsene, J7 00I4IW.
Ai.K-Htock Ale, per dor., J2 002 ?5; Porter,
por duz., 82 (02 25.
norn.Kl) IIKKU-Hhltitls ijuurts.812 00; pis.
(12 60; lludwelsur, own size, Jill 00; pints
,.4 GO; KrlntiKor beer, quarts, tl8 Oil; jilntu
'.H 50; Hclilltr. Milwaukee, Uart8 (12 60; plnU
113 00; Hub I'tiurh XI3 u)
Wool, llhles, i:to.
Wool. Medluui, nccordlllloinudo,qunllty
nd C'liidhion, 2u to 2'o. I'nc tit'i-ortlhiB to
ur'de.quullly nit il I'oinUlliin.l.'i to .'; course,
acordhifc toiintduquatliy 11 ml loniiltlou, 15
Ui2Uc; Mt-xlean Improved, uccoidliiiMoBrado
quail y ami Condition, 14 to 10; .Mexican, ao
cordlut; to Krade, quality anil condition, 10
to M; hurry, less, uceordluB to iimouiit of
IIiiiks No. 1, heavy illnl, dry tb Wc; No.
2. heavy Mint, dry, In lie: No. 1, llclit Hint,
ft Hi lUc;N. 2, 1 In Ml Hint, V lb I'c; badly dam
it;ed, lb fc; fallen lilies lrt2o loss; dry salted,
S 10c: green salted, lb lb 7c; ureeu butcher, $
rKivrniKS Nominal, teason vpr, 7)ccr
skins, V lb 'iJQ'i); antelope skins, lb I0jiis;
BOitlsklns. cik.Ii C($7T: sheep pells, iiccordlnB
lo amount of wool,2skiup; fclirarlliiRs, ao
cjinlliiK lo amount ot wool, JOijiiSo: Mexiruup
sheep polls, W lb H(i0o: .Mexican sheep pelt,''
tmpioved, llflll-'o; Moxlcau fcheep ulicrJiuss,
Pluplii Driii:. , .
Dark, Chiuanion, per pouii,2ITOc; bark,
Peruvian, per pound, iwrn; ouiux per Ii,
l"6ib;ll-carboualeofn,d-t --rCi.-'IKil)!!; 1? p-
peras per lb, 2i4li enswroll yer gnu, iiwti Jt
I'll! KS, J,
h j. n
ck. Vuf 1
J. ii Ho
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'Vw ft . "5h?ra?IBtePa!SitsSSr
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!... .., nwuia oxoosiuouot X)N:cmberIjrii6h(nV:.wr,.:r-.. . ......... -.iw.l i, i nrt-Hldeut. Damageuare Juhl at mimlne that tho old (l..k "i,fJiT Tn ":zrntt.V:r:::!tt2&iJM
rr,U3ftJfUu, .---- . HtniirJi,:7,,avo"eutf w,..v,. a I irpttliii?. U'i'T' i?&mmi