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PRO1GRESS. For many
B ~, LA SEPT. 29.1894. Ithat thriv
A g DEPARTUE OF TRAINS8 Tellere is
tilns reach hlre' ep rrt anld, de- ;*O uld have
ý l"- >Af D pAC;FIC , U "ýlnocritti (
t (:2,I am tions as lor
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Baound leave ..p .Iwhich woL
S' ,ea s . a i natu ral li`f
- ule iO . ,1I: T I, ACItC. lc incident
"oi :Z( am I L.ealrning 1
.s ,hre t, ...... ;: p t route tha
ljtea 2:ý ý 00u able wiidv
w"irl'a 10:15 l a i hte quietly
- ,el Allt i tA ..... 1 ' p in tº i ll
Cp1T`O p..t.T-' - T,'!r a:,( 1). IIt naI O for i
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- i L VIle. 0 " w..1, 111 citizens of
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revepor . ..
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po. 2 for IHou -tll-- . 7.in a m
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SoUsto. .... ........
n ghre.e, ... . 9:00 p m thing tlh
Icllobe uut i. nadvunce of selves to
-il. . -- men wtiIho
U- lflI' t .11.1. .I.1111 1l l _.. . cit y lirni
C. RATZBURC, would be
ENT IST". her. of
sIs Texas Street, Over ionil"Y Il
B" denheimer' . CýOi the
. O i1 the
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,I T. M. COMEGYS, ctrei'i
PICE O 'ER ZODIAG'S in, ,u
S. MAHON, M. D., heard u
. y The
i NAND SURGEON, we ind
-tltBerntIt#in IroA'. Drug Store. ,date
ee, East Jordan Stret. 'Thre
'hr evpl. 1 14. JLl. public
LOUAL COLUMN. S ti;p
TAKE NOTICE, therpef
this item in Sour paper is
with a blue pencil your sub- MIr.
n is ended. 'lease send cash roturi
.100 per year.
for Watkins and white su- asthe
... SPECIAL NOTICE busin
Yaooaiss sent to persons with
r special authority, are not
to the recipient in ANY IN- RAtmb
being generally ordered by Lutft
else *bo favors reform, and and( o
this parer s to be in the bands Gfi
in, reading, thinking people. as we
Watkins i. thc best friend of le
r, the closest to the laburing
everyone of those vote for b
the priinary on October 6. man
n, wby lose vonr freshness the 1
y through chills, bilionus- It
<od g.neral debility? Try the
SChill Cure. Sold by
)Ro3ilnsoN, W. A HIuY and nity
LU sh Point, T'. J. Martin, act
for Watkins, thelahbiring man' Wh
ad examine Zorn's samples; at t
a fie assortment to sele~t to+
rcy means the rule of the o
legislation in favor of the ne0
s tick to the Democratic
amers, and yote for Watkins, ca
who fights corporations.
life worth 50 cents' .w
Chill; Ague; Congestive
DLt. This is the evlntion
hilly sensation. Plantatihon
will care you. Sold by W
,Bornwson. \tV. A. fIUtEY and '
oLIs, Ash Point, T. J. blMartin, he
election ofl Watkins pt, inth
iriend to the Ialm'rl'' and labor
-s, an enemy to corporations
ti. Let all laboring people t
It reformn vote for Watkins at
lary to b. held on October 11.
10 anid 512 Mlarket stroeet you
meals to the Queeon's taste.
ready for you.
eou tried Plantation Liver
habitnal constipation? They r
i ly splendid and a sure
BornFsoN, VW. A. HuEY and
Ash Point, T. J. Martin, 1
legant meals call on Frank Ser
otf lantation Chill cure ex
other chill preparations to
Every bottle guaranteed.
I Sold by
P. Rolsomo, VW. A. HoUr and
us. Ash Point, T. J. Martin,
. ptable merchant c~anot a'
and guarantee a worth
l. Plantation Chill Cre
and guaranteed by
. BoHaMsow, W. A. Hu sand
a, Ash Point, T. J. Martin,
Serwich, the "old relItable."
o the huka .rYI8;
A Graceful Act. G
For many years Mr. J. W. Elston, of
Haughton, has been the postmaster of
that thriving town, giving always
universal satisfaction, and having the
entire confidence of " the ' citizenship. iFanc
There is little question but that he
could have retained the position under .mu,Snumunm,,,
D'rnocrttic or Republican admiuistra- C R
ltions as long us he desired to retain it.
" w h ich w ould h ave been d uring h i s ý , ,-----
it natural lifetimue perhaps but for a little S
incid' ut which occurred recently.
Learning by the mysterious gianvine PA ID
ml route that Mrs. Cornell, an esti:n
n able widow, would accept the positiion, 32(
o he quietly sent in his resiigniation to
ithe proper a'ithor'ities. h.trongly r- Mn
om ('nmendiing therein Mrs. Co're l'sI
namer for thel p. ition, and at oncIe hi
m g lan circulating a ,-etition amnong thel water and dI
citizens of lUaughton. requesting thel 'l'hat the
In postlice departmnent to aippldoint heIir.
0i 'rhis was a graceful, chival p 'us act th ot fre f io r
r on theliart of Mr. Elst:on, which will. port.
m no dubt. n eo I d uly appreciated by the l at Ile
.ifl j.earcel v pa
.n many friends of tihe lady. iitindri .e tl
- - _ i inmentcn tl
Burglars. I oma,..
nm lhurglaries are becoming quite fr'c- 'r lt hii;
m qunilt in this vicinity. As a general dlue' thlir
P m thing they have been coltiniing thesii 1
slves to the bhin-(c,s of those c.eni parativ :ly
- - men who have built just it y(u(d thel That (iLo
t1l city limits to avoid the pavinent,:l itf', cited the
I taxes. Knowing, of coumr-e, that th ,y w'th .
Swould be unmlnolestedt by the polie hat if w
t have. o right to go beyond the limits \.an I
-except under the guidance of a lmll'n- of poli','
Sher of the city council to recover lad
r 0 money lost at the gaming table-but racket.
occasionihlly they get on the inside. That ll
On the outt ide a visit was lade to the ienvillt
__ restidenc of Mr. I). E. Nicholson, who sending
contributed a watch: to that of Mr. iatkins'
S(;Caress who frighten.ed him off I hv lhat ,
shooting at hini. Thlin a visit was p rate in
paid to Mr. S. S. Hunte'r, one of the doine by .
- iris, but secured nothing that we 1That
heard of. hard tim
.. The following from the Caucasian \V. Van
V, we indorse, some of it being quite cup land 1
comical, an unusual thing for our el'c't citi
c sedate contemlp'orarv: That
"The Caucasian would advise the rmatde a r
1'a public to look out. If any one catches a said that
midnight prowler in htis ihouser, let Ii ii an'd lin
point hisi pistol at the rascal, pull the d
trigger arid the bullet will do the rest. failed to
It is presumed that a burglar is ready That 1
tI, commit murder if necessary, and act is v'
therefore is entitled to no more con- he 11
er is ideration than a rabid dog.' That '
per is- _ - - -
sub- Mr. H. Herold, wife and son have a qu'en
i cash returned from a delightful Summering That
abroad. The people will be glad to lie is
learn that Mr. Herold is home again dumb.
to s' as they now leel assured that the city That
council will meet and transact the may ha
business of the public. table 0o
iwith- DIED. Tha
re not secure
RAeo BR--ln this , ity Ihurs'lay, 91sc)
tY IN- tn l,ell r'.:.. 189 J, at 5 o'cl.is(k p. In., M is. police
'Id by LllstJ. Itaylurn, aged I) year:, 3 mouth ' That
a, and and 9 dayS.for
bands Grief does not express our focelings
people, as we chronicle the death of so estim- cTh
nd o able young maiden as Miss Lula. She
iorin n has departed from us in body and soul. broom
)te foi. but that which bespeaks more for hu- asks h
manity than all else still lingers-her il
everlastinfg good n-tme: which is on I Te
a hnesa the lips of everyone who knew her. Ye
lions- It i unnecessary for us to express Thse
Try the deep regret of the entire commu- for a
b d nity at the loss of so lovable a char- Th
art acter as this but to not do so would ndi
'e to commit an unpardonable sin, as Th
we feel ita duty that we owe to all. T
man' Why can we not all be as she was inchn
this world, a true Christian. If we are, it i n
iaples; at the last moments, we may be ablei Thi
select to master the immonsn waves and sail Th:f
satlely to that lovely shore, where no Th
o f the sorrow can blight our eternal happi- urni
of the hess. fo mi
iothe Igor the consolation of loved ones we ofi
Watkins, can only say, "do as she has done,
while on earth" and you will meect with
Sher again on the right hand of God, towr
* where all good christianf are destined"t.
nestive Miss IRayburn was a native of this t
ntion ,city hbut removed to eaurnolt, Tex.
Sod by when quite young, remaining up to a
1Sd and few weeks ago when she returned
.artin, hero to visit her relative, Mrs. Joe
THE PROGRESS Vsympathizes with
Sputs in the rieved ones and hope that they Gal
d labr- may find consolation in the abovelan- a
Spoartions guage, as it expresses the sentiment of thi
ng people the entire community. "ie
atkin a at -... ----- ..
tbecr ti. The Gulf Railroad 9;
Syor It begins to look as if we are to have
trt Vots ouar long wanted ' Gulf" ralroad at laast.
The ctharlter has beti filed in the clerk's
office of Caddo parish. Its namels Kansas
ion iver City, 8hre"eport and Gulf Railway Com
o nu T hey poy and Its domicile Is to be the city of cal
Id sure Shreveport. The c.pital stock ,s fixed at
l,00 ',000. The first board of dirl'etors is
Hop a snd eotd of Meirs. W. S. Taylor and E. w
RJ. Martind L. Martin. of Ka s~s City; A. E. still Ti
wJ. ro, ell of Philadelphia, Fred B. Hubbell of fr
Texarkanla, Gee. 8. Bruce and Messrs.
[..nk Ser- I T. Yole, H. Florsheim, S. Levy Jr.. in
tPelte! Youree and P. J. Trezvyat of ,
i l cnre ex- A meeting of prominent railroad men ,
arations to and our eliisens was held at the Board
gaaranteed o! Trade but too late in the day for Tnu
psonPEsS te give an acountrt of it,, but
Hot a and whboh it whl take pleasure in (loiiug next
S. J Martin, week.
We iare f,,rmed by one who isclo:e to V
the managemeut that work will be be-t
Soann t ao gun as wn as the litiie'u will permit it
ee a worth- as this road expects to haul ,ome of Ithe
Chill C ure ootton from this place whtch is sbipped
Hz gT ad Wb hope that dirt may be broken alt
r J M. Matiw, 6noe and that it will ILauguLra: a teig.n
of prospaerly In or tWowi.
.. . u , -- - "''
GOLUSTEIN,,1ROSE & CO,|
WholesRle .)ealer, In
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fruit and Produce
N..SEE..m.mmo.e GR AIN, FIELD SEED,
CARDEN SEED PEANUUS, ETC.
SPECIAL ATTENTION AGENTS FOR
' PAID TO MAIL ORDERS ROYAL FLOUR,
326, 328, 330 exas St., 8h reveport, La.
MADAM RUMOR SAYS: ý Piantat.i
That a mud sill is not (.,inpo.ed of Potash is si
water and dirt. Sold nby
'That the l'rinec of W\ales ha u ITeried 'o . Ito
t xchan ;t i chl ,,li.ºii of th: B 'itfi-,h 1 •. s. ,o-'
thr one fur the mayoralty of Shreve- Missionary
i port. Jersev C
'il'hat the I'rince of the \Vnorld can erse C
sarLcPelV pass along the IIt re.ts. fu the I have fo
iiiniiOcne' throngs who dilsire to do him sfy stock:
hoImage 1 COW ' 3
I'at sIhe hlops olur people will ro-> cow 3
dues their mayor's al:ty a he tre- 2 cows 2
e :iv, 1.003) per aonnium for doing corn- 4 heifers
iarativ,:ly nothing. 1 bI ll 2
iThat our city go,'vernm'nt has ex- These ax
cited the admiration of the civilizta the cows ax
' wolirld. recbiktter~d
iThat if the city council e:lect Mr. C. registered
S\. Van lionse t J. W. Stall)up chief For pric
of polioe, Mayor Vinaon will haye a
hard Ib getting in his iull-dozini
That the modern Alanias lives In
c: ,ieinville parish, and his special ling i' One a
s ndinrlg sp.:cials ,boasting of Judge baw with
ti .\atkins' waning strength there. ,ometime
T hat only a losing cause adopts des- ias riot ft
p rat.e meanr'le-, and that is now being enp in M"
rlone by .Iudl: Watkins' opilonnts. 2i):hi of
0 'That Mayvor Vinson would have a foernine
hard time intimidating either Mr. C. fully
n \W. Van Iloose or Mr. John W. Stall
,ti cup and the council would r(o well to tresh o
or elect either as chief of poice. at inform tan
That Patrolnman )D:win would have infot di
he made a good clhief poli.c, niut it is
a said that he too blecCOs both dumb When
he and Ilind and for these reasons friends orally nc
st. failed to consider him for the place. with Pla
dy That hie who defends an unworthy P'otash,
ndt act is very apt to be gaurged by the act F.1 .
n- he ,lefcntds. . S. Dc
That a hiorse-ily will not answer for Misyion1
ave' a queen-bee.
nug That Lieutenant Dan is all right but Plantl
tO hle is a little blind and somewhat gives C
aiI; dumb. guarant
city That the person who saw the man(go) I It F. D
the may have hb.en only looking at a vcge- Mlission
table or fruit.
That a blind man can almost always Get c
- ecure ia p.osition on the Shreyeport -
1Iisi police force.
uthl i That Shreveport is now the haven
for bootlickers, the blindest of whoin
tri 1 can get $615 p' month. Onion
She That She will bet a dollar against a and Ne
soul broom-straw that if a stranger meets
hu- a Shreveport poliefman and suddenly TO I
her asks him what town this is, that he Niggi
o will not receive a satisfactory reply. Ca (
The peeler is always on his guard, you
p ssee. I am
wess That one may receive a good perch inane
l ar- for a very small trifle just now. grocer
lbar- That Judge Watkins is the peoples' an
Sa candidate and will be nominated easily. goods.
, al That a chameleon would make a 1su'
as in good politician in the manner of
e are, changing color according to the crIvd a te
able it is with.
i sail That Marse Dick is a power in these
r eno diggins.
hi- That one should he careful how he
l furnises information to papers, as he
swe might tell something on certain
officials which would show them up in
donea bad light.
t with That the office of mayor in some
stod, towns is a position of great magnitude.
tind. That She wishes She was half as im
f th portant as some folks. Th
Tex- .- - will
, to COMMERCIAL year
. Joe BEST IN THE CITY. Ti
with Oysters, Salt-Water Fish, Celery, Lan,
t they Game and all the delicacies of the pair
oe lan- season served to the Queen's taste at men
ment of this famous house. Meals a lacarte. prel
Regular meals: Breakfast from 7 to D
9; Dinner 12 to 3; Supper 6 to7:30. $a
have A. S. ToOnas, Prop. Ins
I at last. No. 204 TEXAs STREEnT.
s Kansas Personals. s
my Comn- Dr. F. J. Herrlon was a pleasant
Scity of caller at our office Wqginesday.
f xxed Itt Hon. Charles Schuler, of Keachie,
M.t'rnd is was a welcome visitor to our sanctum
Sasltill Tuesday. We always learn something n
bbbbell of from him. ltu
i . eessrs. Mr G. J. Lucar, of Danville, dropped of
Levy Jr., in on us Wednesday. He was on his m
:zvaut of way to the Experiment Farm at Cal
houn, which held a regular monthly B
rad meln meeting Thursday. Mr. Lucar' has a
he Buoard good crop of cane and went to the sta- So
Lor Tt ion to learn something more of sugar
oit , het making. This is progression in farm- a
i next ing and ,w, hope that every farmer H
Sis clo:e to will follow him in some lines of agricul
lll be be- turl pursuits. 1
permit it Mr. W. J. Lister, of Center, Shelby a
no of the county, Texas. the friend of our boy- t
s shiped hood days; paid us a pleasant Call this b
nroken at Mr. H. W. Stephens, of Longiood;
bIG a eligu favored ug with a cisll Thursday.
-. Mr. L. B. Phillips, of Flourndy. pid -
a' pleakib t$hit18 *
:++ +s.;.°<+ , <:+:.",,÷Va+ t ''. :+-;::1,
ýPlantat.ion Sarsaparilla and Luid
, Potash is simply wonderful i its f
fects, and small size only 50 cents.
' Sold b)y
F' F. i.or.NsoN,, WV. A. HuEv and
h B. S. I)DLE, Ash Point, T. J. Ma;rtin.
Jersey Cows and Heifers for Sale.
1I have for sale the followiug Jer
sn soy stock:
1 cow 5 yearS old,
1 cow 3 years olhl,
I cows 2 years old,
4 heifers 8 months old,
1 b1ll 2) years old.
These are of the finest breed and 4
the cows are first-class milkers. All
. registered stock with pedigrees.
cf For prices call on or addres Bs
a A. . W . O. H:cs,
One black mare mule, trimn build,
)about 14 hands high. branded on left
h'aw with small letter "P." has been
,ometime since sheared, though mane
ihas not fallon over, 5 3 ears old; was I A
n seen in Mlanstiel(l on the morning of
29:h of August. Any information So
a concerning the above will be thank
( fully received. Address, COr. -
G(o. M. NonnR:is, Iula, La. I_
to Fresh oysters can always Is' toland
at I'rank S 'rwich. and would like to
inform thet lad ies that he has an cle
'\ gant dining hall in connection.
Imb When you feel tired, lazy, anl gen
ends orally no account, clense your blood
with Plantation Sarsaparilla and Iod
i i Potash, and start your liver with
Scy Plantation Pills. Sold by
act F. . RoBINSON, \V. A. HUEY and
R. S. DOLES, Ash Point, T J. Martin,
foM lissionary, LK.
t but Plantation Diarrhoea Mixture
what gives certain relief. Every bottle I gua
guaranteed. Try it! Sold by Orlcan
F. F. RomBIsoN, W. A. HuvY and shipme
g) Rl. S. DOLES, Ash Point, T. J. Martin CO:
e I issionary, La.-- --.
Iways Get our prices tor job work.
Onions, potatoes and krout, Apples
netl a nd New Rice.
Idenly To Arrive:
at he Nigger head Oysters, Two (Carloads of
reply. Canned Goods, New Raisins, Dried
Syou Grapesand Apri(Ole.
perch i am in my new quarters on Texas St.,
inl a new, large andl the Iest arrangPed
grocery nouse in Slhreveport, old site of
es'Hamilton & Co., my former employers
eopl forr fourteen years. New store, new
e asily. good.s, but olu mnOll thoronuhly brok ini
hako a harlnes, managiung the differenlt depart
ments. Your orders, like sight drafts,
ner ofw will reach me, and will receive promplc t
cr tnidon. aetiConsignmeiUts ot cottou given
Th homolike Institutiheo for irl
certa will begin irst trm of nty nth
yea' I onT VN g
ANT. Monday, Sept. 3, 1894.
THE COURSE EMBRACES: Science, :
Celery, Languages, Mathematics. Drawing,
a of the Painting, Elochtion, Vocal and Instru
taste at mental Music, together with'the usual
Ia carte. preparatory branches- mr
S7 to Day Scholars will be received at $3,
So 7:30. $4 and $5 per" month, according to gradle. O
ro For terms of board and tuition in the t
Institution apply to IA
. MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mi
Saint Vincent's Academy, Shreveport. o
esnt Notice for Publication.
Keachie, LANDe Orric', NArcTtorclii, La.
sanctum 4eptoltnher 15, 18)4.
omething Notice is hereby given that the follow- ia
Iug.named settler hns tliled iotice of his
iutenti, ns to make fiHlal priof in supiport
c, dropped or Iis claim, ard that said proof will Le
as on his made before Clerk of Distria t Court at
S Shreveport, Ia., on Nove ,dhra,1894, viz: E
ometatad Etrv No.3,03 Richlrd W. B
r monthlv Barluw. for tleEastI4ot Norlhwest ,
aar has ation 6, and Soutlteast i o Wf Northwest, I,
to the sta- Octlo " 0. Townshipt 21 north, Rantge 15
oest. lie uames the followie'Z -witses4's P
e of sugar to proves his continobus ire·tlden'e non0
n in farm- and cuiltivatinlt of, said land, viz: R. F.
ey armer Bedingifleld, J. 8. Jolley, J. A. Cox, J. J.
Hfar ale, of Black Bayou P. O, La.
ooragricull Any perison ~who desires .to protest
against the allowaince of such proof, or .
lknows of any substantlial reason, un lir
ter, Shelby the law and regulations of the Interior
of our boy- D)ep!rtment, why such proof should not
n be allowed, will be give aln oportoiunlty 1
mcallthis at thoe above mentioned time aod place!
to or·e~*etamiue th" witnesws of said
iood claimsut, and to offer evidence oin rebut
tal of that ~tbhmitted by claruanti.
dy: yWD. PHILLIPS, Regrlster.
ourndy. pad , ,..bib..k wo . .
E XTR AVAG NCE
Mav li. in payinf tý,o Imu 'h fur a thing, ot
iI payi;ng tO) little.
If V',, IiV ilrui i 'll f ,r lhss th;III w ask,
Vou'll nHit Let a; ,.,)tsl quality-- that's p1)or
Fan:y SaOap, Hair Brucshe. T::th B rhes an.
MORRIS & DICKSON,
212 Texas St., Shreveport, La.
1 S.B. McCUTCHEN,
BJ I .IK E Ra
left T, L. STRINGFELLOW, CASHIER
A General Banking 1Iusiness Tranusuiteel, (,lleetiorn
nk- olicited and Prompt Returns Made.
Cor. Spring & Milam Streets.-:-Shreveport, La.
tn nERtAN LOEB,
lod ALSO ])EALERI
and lles, Wool, Beeswax, 'Tallo, Fr,
700, 702, 704, 706 COMMERCE ST., COR. CROCKETT ST.
ottle I guarantee to the seller the net price obtained in Vicksburg, St. Louis, Nc*
Orleans, i alveston and lIouston Markets. Prompt returns made on reccipt of
and shipments. I solicit the consignment of .
tin COTTON & ALL GOODS IN MY LINE,
MERCHANTS FARMERS BANK
126 TEXAS STUREET.
Apples --PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.*
L. M. CARTER, President.,
ol of El B. RAND, Cashier
ALL BUSINESS TRANSACTED WITH
IROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH.
, --.+*A SAVINGS DEPARTMENT+'
vrs In Which Interest is Paid on Deposit is Connected With the Bank. Deo2
?pt USE ,% • 0N USF
COD UVERO EIL GNERE
oPlck . PARKES
7 PEPARATIOI FOR cOU6HS ANoCOL
[This report is carefully corrected on ct
Friday eveinhg of eachb week, from the (U
most reliabhl sot rces. I3
8cKPreaT I. La.. Sept. 21.-Market
ciused bteady for the week. B
Ordinary...................... .... G
Good ordinary.......... ...........5 516c 1.
low middling.................. 54.16e
Good middliu~. ......... ...... 13-16 C
Bacon steady at 9:@9cc.
I)ry Salt Meats steady S%@8Ce,
Breakf! t Bacon--12c. ,y tile box.
HIams--Ch1ote sugar cured steady 124.
I[ardt-'Tierces. compound, 7T; leaf
ChChickens, Eggs, butter.
Grown cbickens, per doz.......S 2.00
Ft rynir Eize,iVpr rdoz......... 1.25@2 ýl
z: Eggs, per aozby casr(i fresh)., 13c
. Butter, country. per lb......... 12.5lye
T'urkeys.... ................ 6@1U
lFlour quiet-bhest patent, 3E 50; half
patent, or straiglh, 13 20; extra fancy, 5
F C rnmeal-h-rm, per bL $email@example.com;
S38-lb sacks 15c leas.
Cofee and Tea.
t Coffee, easy-fair 21c, medium grade
or a better, 2.' .
icr Tea--Good stock on hand, fairdemantd. r
iur w ( iote fair at 4ek,; good, 50@o0:; flue I
nt 751i ents; finest, $001 25 per pound E
ity by tle chest.
aý SIgar M ad laaeas. (
aid Sugar firm-Statndard gran. 5;e; st. .
rut- Eniiug a rauualded 65 ; esnow whit, 4;
r eIpe yellow oh artaud, 4%4; prime, yeal
1ow 0 arimdd o; seondu. 3 c.
-- ".,lj Npw crop--Cowmen, 18j
.-5 prwme open e stts', ugear bouee.
... : choice reboiled, none;: syrup
Ub'teri *. none.
l'ofoatAe--Irlh, *1.i101.10 per bushel.
Cabbage-$222.25 per cratr.
Olos-90e@(l1.00 per bushel; p066
3.25 per barr 1.
Bagging and Ties.
Bagging-- I bs, Pd 7% 11)s, 7(c. t
Twine--For baling purposes, 12ýl per
lb, by the bale.
Iron Ties-45 lb., 90c.
Grain and Feedstufs.
Corn firm --mixed sacked, h6u.
ihay-Texas, t12.50. ,
nOats easy--Westeru. 4b; Texas, 46c.
[ Chopped Corn-- 1.25 per 100 lbs.
WheaLt- o0c. ,
Millet RSeed-$1.Ops babel.
Frnits aid Jits.
0 At':les - t3.75@400
* Almonud-15S@I80 perlb. .
" Brazil Nuts -.9@ll. per lb.
c Dried Fruit,apples, 10vlO .
LU Fillt 'ts. 1iew--12 per lb.
i Orauges-Florida, firstname.lastname@example.org. ' t
-Peanuts-Hald-nlioked, red, rar, 4 3-L
"' 5r,; roasted, c1 higher on all grades.
, ilecans-6.@l2c p1er lb.
Waliut.--12(lSc ner It,
le 0 Hides and Wool.
Dry flint hides, per lb........... .. -
d. Damaged ........... .........-z.r
ue Dry salted........ ...........
ud Bull................................ 1
Green . 134... --- ***************
St. Wet salted ....................... ...
;'Deer skins ......................·....
uel- Goat skins ...... ..............
is Wax, good bright..................