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SPECULATIVE
The Amount of BondPnrchasa Money
Disbnrsed Yesterday Estimated
at 95000000
The Hony Market In Cnnirqaence Was Easier
Etock txnd Kf cnrlty Deallnsa la
portant CIiaDtfej
Special to the Qazette
Kew Tors Jlub 23 Tbe tender o
bonds today was on a larger scale and
It was estimated that Including the pay
ment of September coupons tbe amount
of money released by tho government
would reaob nearly 5000000 As a
result the money market worked con
siderably easier Early loans were made
at 10 per cent and the latttrrate was1
advanced to 20 per cent A plentiful
supply of money was soon forthcoming
however and the rate dropped to 4 and
Speroent and closed at 2 at which
ligure the last loan was made Our
market was very dull but after an
early depression ruled quite stronn
Room traders who were disposed to sell
stooks moderately at the opening or to
await some definite news on which
to base their operations later
bought stocks to some limited
extent London also bad a few pur
chasing orders In the market particu
larly In Atohlson Louisville and Nash
ville Union Paolflo Reading aud St
Paul
Sugar trusts were comparatively ac
tive rather heavy after an enrly ad
vance of The price was depressed
1 but subsequently recovered a por
tion of the loss and closed at unchanged
figures New Eugland also developed
some weakness In the early dealings on
limited trading but rallied later Lead
trusts although weak at opening soon
strengthened and rallied above Satur
days closing price on tbe advance of
per cent per pound in whita lead St
Paul was fairly active and on tbe an
nouncement of an increase of 13476 In
earnings for tba third week of August
rallied sharply from early depression
The market continued dull in the after
noons trading but further strength was
developed particularly In he Vanderbllt a
vhlcb witb the exception of New York
Central closed at substantial advance
As a rule the closing prices throughout
were above Saturdays finals Impor
tant not changes for the day were Ad
vances Atohlson ClevelandColum
bus CincinnatlandSt Louis1 J Cnu
ada Southern JJ Burlington St
Paul Cblcngogas Rock Islaud
Lackawanna Lake Sboro l6
Lead trust i Louisville and Nashville
siiMissouri Paolflo New England
> Oregon Transcontinental X Union
PaclBc 4p Wheeling and Lake Erie pre
ferred 1 Declines Cleveland Colum
bus Cincinnati and St Louis preferred
4 Lake Erie and Western preferred
Reading Richmond and West
Point Silver certificates
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DALLAS
Bad Wreck on tho Fanta Fa Opposite Oak
CUB Mate Fair to op Opened by Gov
Francis of Missouri
Special to the Gazette
Dallas Tex Aug 25 One of tho
worst wrecks that has taken place of late
years occurred on the Santa Fe oppo
site Oak Cliff just on tbe Cedar oreek
crossing at 2 oclock Saturday Tha
train consisted of five cars loaded with
merchandise axle grease oil clothing
and whiskyk and eight flat cars Tbe
trestle was broken and tbe cars and ten
der of the engine were piled In a heap
Joe Williams the engineer and his fire
man jumped aud were unhurt A
brakemau jumped and struck tho falling
timbers breaking bis collar bone A
gang of men were nt work all night Sat
urday night and all day yesterday clear
ing away tbe debris and repairing tbe
damage done
TEXAS STAT FAIR AND DALLAS EXPOSI
TION
A letter to band from tbe leader of the
celebrated Thirteenth regiment band
Innes which has been engaged to piny
throughout tbe exposition encloses the
names of the quartet of professional
singers who will accompany the organi
zation These ladies and gentlemen are
to take tbe leading parts in tbe cantata
to be rendered by tbe Choral union and
to sing at other concerts The prima
donna Seuorlta Enriqulta R ae Urs
has but lately arrived in this country
from Havana nt which latter place as
prima dontta of tho opera company she
took the place by storm Mr Innes has
concluded a forty weeks engagement
with tbe senorita and is loud in bis
praises of ber personal beauty and sing
ing asserting thut she will certainly
create a s nsation throughout tbe states
Signor Battistin the tenor comes to us
with an European reputation second to
none and Mr II Bragau the baritone
and Madame Rosa E Janes contralto
are most excellent artists This contin
gent Is a strong one and with COO voices
from tbe Choral union the accompany
ment of the band and Pilober at tbe
organ we may reasonably expect some
thing out of tbe usual In the way of a
musical treat
Tbs Choral union membership both
town and country is swelling and tbe
practices continue regularly Parties at
a distance who desire to join must not
delay applying as it will soon be neces
sary to discontinue receiving entries
that all who have joined may bave suffi
cient time to properly study tbe muslo
Tbe fair of 1890 will be opened by
Governor Francis of Missouri and Gov
ernor Bob Taylor of Tennessee will bo on
band to take charge of tbe ceremonies on
Tennessee day thus we have up to the
present no less than five state governors
who have promised to attend tbe exposi
tion and among many other fprominent
public men exPresident Cleveland ex
Mayor Hewett of New York J O In
manand Jay Gould Most of these will
ntsome time during the meeting address
tho people in the grounds
Tbe association is arranging for a well
known circus now starring in Mexico to
be hero and give dally exhibitions and
arrangements have bean mode for tbe
return this year of Roltairs Palace of
Illusions which has been so extremely
popular during recent expositions
Tbe citizens ot Decatur Pecos City
Alvarado Eddy and Roswell New
Mexico are stirring themselves to send
in to the fair proper exhibits and repre
sentatives of the fair association report
that throughout the entire distrlot all
are impressed with the importance to
themselves of tbe State fair and en
thusiasm on the subjeot prevails
Chairman Trice of the riding and
tournament committee has in hand up to
date nlntyslx entries for tha gentleman
riding contest and more than thrlble
this number li expected before the fair
b rft
THE GAZETTE FORT WORTH TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 20
opems ThU riding competition will
makeup one of the nicest display and
interesting events of the whole expo
sition for it Is made a
neoesslty that each competitor
appear In fancy costnme and masked
One does not want much imagination to
depict what n pretty scene some hundreds
of horsemen handsomely mounted and
In every conceivable costume will con
stitute while the fact that eaoh will be
endeavoring throughout the display to
draw the attention of tho committee to
himself by tho curvettings and prancings
of bis steed will lend effect to the pic
turesquenoss of the occasion Tho judg
ing committee will consist of young la
dles appointed by the fair management
and their decisions will not in any case
be open to criticism as tbe competitors
will be heavily masked In this compe
tition flat English saddles w ll be re
quired to bemused The tilting at the
ring tournament is steadily growing in
favor as It should for t offers all the
inducements for a display of flue borso
1 munshtp Entries from all pnrts of the
state are being received for both these
competitions and tbe large share of at
tention which tbe association is giving to
equine sports and amusements seems to
be appreciated
Tbe Dallas telegraph college Is nn ln
sti utln whlob has proven itself a credit
to the city For some years it has been
doing a good work in preparlug young
men and women for a useful career and
now In tbe interests of tbe city and state
where its success has been so made man
ifest It comes forward with tbe proposi
tion to connect by wire the principal de
partments of tbe exposition and to gratu
itously provide operators to attend at the
different offices during the entire time of
tbe exposition Tbe management have
very naturally promptly closed with the
offer and telephones will consequently
receive their death sentence There will
be u properly appointed telegraph oQoe at
the secretary sofflco at the race stand and
exposition hall the lines forming a com
plete circuit and from these main points
of the exposition information will be
transmitted in a continuous stream from
morning to night to the secretary who
witb tbe aid of bis numerous staff will
of course in turn present it through tbe
press and other means to tbe public
Tbe president of tbe college purposes tbe
entire running of this telegraph depart
ment being in the bauds of advanced
pupils nnd most certainly the associa
tion Is to be congratulated upon this new
departure which will prove of consider
able benefit not only to itself but to the
250000 or more visitors who are ex
pected
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Marriage i 1 a 1ailur
when the wife pines and wastes away It is
necessary in cases of female weakness and de
bility to give strength and restore health and
vigor by the regular use of Creole Female Tonic
womans best friend
The best glass tot soda in the olty at
Hone Barrows 512 Main street
ON WALLSTEEEX
The Lower Money Eates Caused Stocks
to Present a Firmer Front
AH Ftoeks Show an Advance Over Fatnrdnys
Close Bail road Bonds Show Their
Usual Dnllnesi
COUMEECIAI BS3 DUE
Special to the Gazette
New York Aug is Money Closed 3 per
cent highest IS per cent lowest 2
Exchange Closed steady lS3Viia487
Silver JllSli Per ounce
Wheat Closed lI JQ2c lower
Coffee Spots firm fair cargoes Bio 2014c
Sugar Steady and unchanged
Wool Dull and nnchanzed
Cotton Easy middling ll c
Bides Strong and actiye Buenos Ayres dry
lie dry Texas 10ai3c
Stocks Easy The condition of the money
market in the evening made higher prices for all
stocks and the highest of the day Laving been
about 2 oclock n hen a majority were tromi
to 1 per cent above batnrdays closing
Money Loaned as low as 2 per cent in tbe
last halt hour
Silver was lower having declined from 119
at toe opening tolIS before 2 oclock The
figures were somewhat conflicting but it ap
pears between SiOOOOJO and S2C0OO0O ot t i per
cent were turned into the United States treas
ury here and at Boston today In the last
twenty minutes of business money loaned at
2 pei cent Stocks closed without material
change from the highest prices
Atchison 41 i
Dry goods l othingdong
EAILWAT BONDS AMD CERTIFICATES
Denver Texas and Fort Worth certificates
WWtort
tort Worth and Denver ls 103
Atchison general mortgage ls SI
Atchison incomes Co
Kansas and Texas ls 113
OencralBs 70
General Cs 62
Missouri Kansas and Texas general Ss 82
Missouri Kansas and Texas consolidated 7a
115St
St Louis Arkansas and Texas ls 83
Texas and Pacific ls M > t
Texas and Pacific 2s 39
BOSTOf WOOL itABKET
fredsl to the Gazette
Bostov Mass Aug 23 Wool In better
demand prices firmer
COTTOX SPOTS ASD FCTCKES
Galveston Tex Aug 23 The tendency in
the spot market is still downward New Orleans
dropped Vc todAy New York 816c Galveston
Mobile Norfolk and St Louis each Vic The
markets generally closing weak quiet and
nominal
Futures also made marked decline especially
in the early months and closed weak and barely
steady
Liverpool futures opened easy at an advance
of 1 to 2 points ruled quiet but steady and
closed weak 1 to 1 points lower than last
closing
New York futures opened with Angnst weak
at a decline of 10 points other months steady
at 2 to 3 points lower ruled steady
at second call Angnst weak other
months quiet dull and steady
5 to 7 points lower barely steady
at third call with a Oeclice from opening on
August ot 11 points September IB points other
months S to 7 points lower Closed weak
August 32 points September 23 and other
months from 8 to 10 points lower than Satur
days close
New Orleans futures opened steady 1 to 2
points lower ruled quiet at decline ol 2 to 11
points from openiug closed barely steady
Auguit 10 September 12 and other months from
5 to 7 points lower than last closing
WOOL COfFEE ASD SCOAB
Wool Firm and unchanged without trans
actions
Coffee and sugar steady at former quotations
GOVEKKUHNTH STOCKS AND HOVDS
New Yoc Aug 23 There was tbe same
scarcity of stocks today that was such a feature
last week and any attempt to buy at once ad
vanced prices and covering options were there
fore small and abort interest remains at about
tbs same figure still Cleveland Cincinnati
Chicago and St Louis became conspicuous in
the last honr tor strength and others which
displayed more than usual stiffness ware Canada
Southern which closed > t higher Lake Shore
114 and Louisville and Nashville ana Wheeling
and Lake Erie preferrrd each 1 percent The
closo was duU out firm to strong generally at
small friction better tban first prices
Railroad bond showed the usual dullness
Government bonds Soil and steady to arm
State bonds Entirely neglected
Saset inrlgorates and
system
builds up the
Brink Lemon Tone at Hows Bar
rows Yellow Front Drug Store E12
Main street
Scd Eye
600 Main street
Drs Abdill find Mflttijon put in taath
without platei
ON CHANGE
Spot Cotton Fractions and Futures 1 to
32 Points Lower
Wh at Opened Weak Floetnated Narrowly
and Closed at a Decline Cuflo an Wool
Uarfcets Unchanged
Daily Review
Omcsor Tan OAZtrmt
Foat WoETtt Tex Aug 23 ur t
In retail departments today there was an ex
ceptionally good business transacted trading
was good aU day Country bayara wete quit
numerous today Wagons laden with all
kinds of produce could be seen in all parts ot
the city especially on courtyard square Pror
dncers receive good prices for their stuff and
this of course makes business good Whole
sale dry goods and grocers builders materia
and hardware generally are all moving nicely
now buth for the city and ont of town Great
preparations are makins in Fort Worth for a big
fall trade merchants anticipate a big business
and present Indications thay say are encourag
ing There are no especial changes to note In quo
tations of any commodity except a slight eleva
tion in oats and hay
Brazilian Sugar
The Brazilian consul in a letter to the New
York Evening Post states that official data
shows that the production of sugar in Brazil has
been for tho last ten years from 50 000 to 600
000 tons a year Onr Internal consumption
alone is 300000 tons annually
The truth is that Brazil can supply the en
tire demand of sugar in the United States with
in three or five years Any of the states of Per
nambneo Bahta and Bio de Janeiro can at two
years notice produce 300010 tons each ot brown
sugar Even setting aside territory in the
states of Goyaz and Matto Grosso larger than
the whole ot France and Germany Itogether the
littoral zone of sugar production in Brazil ex
tends from i degs norh of the equator to 26
degi south of the equator with a development
of 13 > 0 miles ot sea coast and an average breadth
ot 100 miles into tbecountryof land unsurpassed
for the culture of sugar cane
The reason why the export of Brazilian sugar
to the United States has not increassd is to be
found in those 30000000 of duty To pay two
cents tax per pound on an article whose original
pries Is less than the dnty and pay freight and
insurance in competition with the West Indies
sugar already at the doors ot this market is
more than any product can do But in the same
Way that such a duty explains the decrease of
our exports to this market the removal of the
duty will explain tbe Increase
The best proof of the vitality of sugar cul
ture in Brazil is that although it Is not a paying
industry at present it produces onethird more
than the culture of coffee which pays very well
in fact while Brazil produce UWOOO tons of
sugar annually she produces only WO0i tons
of coffee
the rortr woExn market
All quotation below art reviled daily by leading
dealert and trill be found reliable wholesale
and retail ae tpecijted
BUTTEE Commission men are getting 13a
20c per pound for good country retailers are
getting 23c per pound for country 80c for strictly
choice light supply and good sale Choice
creamery 23c retail
COTTON Middling 9Uc
CANNED GOODS Prices per dozen Prices
are np anu advancing Pine apples standard
2B > s 1 60031 73 peaches standard 2Ds 31 83
3i 32 63 seconds 2fts 31 30 Ids 32 40
strawberries 20s 3130 blackberries 216s
31 30 greengages 3 raspberries 22 > s 31 40
marrowfat peas 21 > s 31 SO oysters full weight
1 3120 1 23 2S 3 100223 tomatoes
standard 21 > s 1 0031 03 Sftl 311 > 5 < 91 30
green corn Meal 60 salmon lift 31 3031 43
Columbia river salmon 1 73a 1 S3 sardines
is domestic 3G OOeG CO imported 312 00O
15 00 Eagle condensed milk 33 9 California
canned good standard brands Apricots
2Ibs 32 23 peaches yellow free 32 7502 00
peaches white cling 32 7502 90 plums 32 CO
B2 10 pears 2 5002 75 grapes 32 0032 10
COFFEE Wholesale quotations Bio 229
22 c prime 20c choice 21 ie22ic f
Pea Berry
26V4c
CANDIES Wholesale quotations Stick
full weight 23b boxes DHQltMic lightweight
25E boxes SfflSVic lancy candles ll < lSc
DBY GOODS SPRING AND SUMMER LIST
Prints Allens fancies Cc Allens pin
checkaf 6c Allens turkey red 614c American
fancies 6c American inulgo GVOG c Berwick
fancies ilc Berlin solids 6c Cocheco fancies
6Ac Cocbeco robes 6 Jcl Cocbeco furnitures
6Q7c Cocheco XX twills 6c Eddystone
fancies 6c Eddystone sateen 64c
Gloucester fancies C C Gloucester sil
vers c Hamilton fancies G4c HamU
ton red and black 6c Hamilton drap
eries Gc Hamilton ginghams 6ic Hamil
ton staples 6c Imperial pink sjc Lodi fan
cies Cc Lodi shirtings 3c Manchester fancies
SUc Merrimack D < Hc Merrimack shirtings
6c Merrimack tumitnre reps 8c Merrimack
twills 7c Martha Washington 64c Martha
Washington Indigo 6c Orion P W > ic Orion
robes 0lc Passaio fancies Sc Biverpoint
robes 5c filmpson fancies 6 c Simpson
mournings 6Vc Simpson zephyrs ffit Slater
solids i eijic Vienna oil colors 6U Wash
ington silk Cc Wasbington D G 6tc Wash
ington mariple blue c Washington turkey
red 6c Washington rubies 7c Washington
swiss 7c Washington green and orange 7c
Ginghams Amoskeag Persians 8Ac Amos
kcag cantons S c Abbotsford 1014c Arling
ton dress styles 8c Arlington staples 7c Cale
donia 7Hc Aberdeen highlands 7 4c Norman
die 8 > 4c Warwick 8c Waltham 7 > o Mi
kado 7c Psycho 6c Brentwood 6c Grey
lock 9yc Greylock henrietta 10Ho Grey lock
parisienne Vtc
Cotton cheviots Columbian72ScConesgoat
heavy 10c Edinburgh 9c Glenolden 8c
Balbriggan 8c Santa Bosa S c Oakland
c Greenville 6ic Athletic lolc Jewett
City 8V4c Texas pride 10c Valley View 7 > 4c
Crown 9 > yc Massabeslc S c Slaterville Vic
Minerva b > 4c
Hickory American 7I 4c Boston X 7c
Earle Vic Extra stout 10c Conestoga lOCc
5
OtisBB 8Hc Otis O < 7 c
b
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7c
Victoria
A Be Bock
Primrose fancy 8c Uncasvllie
river S tc
Brown Cotton North Texas A Ca5Vc North
Texas A A Aic North Texas AAA G < 3
CUc North Texas M 6c North Texas H a I
9 c Chapman X S > iC Marshall A 4ytc Uncle
Bemus 3c Augusta 44 Sc Augusta 3c
Black crow 7c Adriatic 6c Shamrock C c
Utica C Sc Piedmont 7c Anniston Gtc At
lantic L L c Bangor F 6yc Boolt O 6c
Busy bee 6 c Collinswood 6c Glendale 6c
Granite O Cc Lake George A A 6Uc Park A
SV4c Appleton A 6c Blue ridge S > Zc Eiposj
lion A b4c Exposition B SVc Clifton O C C
6Uc Tarn OShantrr 6c Dwight anchor Vc
Bleached cotton Allegheny C 6c Alexander
SVjC Altoona 3c Amazon 74c Androsooggin
L 8c Lilly of the valley 8c Our choice be
Pioneer Tftc Forest 7c Peaboby 6Vic Pros
perity 6c oterling Sc Snow white 7Vlc John
Hancock 7c Bockdale 7VJc Woodbury 6ct
Avondale 7 c Monahasset Sc Big Bonanza
ssjc Canoo river Sc Caspman X7c Crnsader
8c Dauntless SJc Ellerton W S ic Ne Plus
Ultra 6a c Langham 8c Fairmount Q 6cFirst
call 6c Forget me not 6 Blackstone yjc
Denims Warren fancy l14c Warren gray
12ic Greenville blue 9c Greenville brown 9c
Otis A X A 13c Otis 9 oz 14 > 4c Amoskeag 13c
Boston D and T 12c Beaver creek 10c
Thorndyke 9Ac Haymaker TVic Jewitt City
8Uc Lawrence 12Vic Uncasrille luUc
Cottonade Talisman 18c Atalanta ISc
Augusta ISc Arundel 15aibc Coronet 17ia
ISc Mayflower 18c Everett D and T ITttc
ChitUndon ISci Aberdeen 8c Farmers Pride
10c Curfew lie Norman 16c Sovereign D
andT 14 c York 13c Miners Pride ismc
Warren 16We Mascott llftc Arasapha 19c
Conestoga 15c
Spool thread Terms 6 10 days or6 33 days
Will
Clarks ONT 45c Claris mile end 43c
Umantlc 43o JAP Coats 45c
Plaid o snaburgs Deer Park w
Morotork
iPjc Eureka Sftc Hero c Rescue Sc
Arasapha 6c Riverside Vic Haw river j c
Sibley Cc Cotton plant 6Vic I
FORT WORTH BUTCHER MARKETS Fort
Worth butchers are paying the following prices
for cowacalves mutton and hogs Fat cows
31 2391 73 per 100 s extra choice 32 00 fat
calves 232V4o per ft fat steers cornfed 32 30
Q2 73 per 100 tbs butcher grades 32 0032 SO
fat sheep shorn 32 3033 CO per 100 Bs hogs
33 0033 soperlOO s coats TScaJl SO per head
FLOUR Wholesale quotations Beat patents
33 00 per 100 pounds halt patents 34 80 third
grade 32 30 fourth grade 32 00
FUEL McAllister coal carload on track
3 00 McAllister coal single ton delivered
37 CO McAllister coal two or more tons deliv
tred 35 SO McAllister nnt coal for cooking
ne ton delivered 38 00 McAllister coal one
half ton delivered 33 73 McAllister coal one
fourth ton delivered 32 00 McAllister coal
less than onefourth ton per 100 43c Brier
creek coal carload lots on track 33 00deUv
ered two tons 33 M Victor Colorado lump
coal carload on track 31 00 per ton nnt 33 73
Pennsylvania hard coal one ton delivered
313 00 Pennsylvania hard coal one half ton
35 75 blacksmith coal ona ton 312 00 Pittsburg
coal one ton S3 SO 2 to 4 tons 33 00 Palo
Pinto mines Newcastle screened lump coal
carload an track 34 00 per ton Cameron Col
lump H 03 per ton on track carload lots de
livered single ton 37 00 twoton lots fi SO
half ton til 75 quarter ton 32 00 Robinson
Ccl lump on track 33 75 carload lots
Quotations are on yard sales except where
otherwise expressly stated Delivery is made
at 60c per ton or half ton extra
Com wood 1 cord dry delivered 14 50
green 34 CO cord wood H corddelivered 32 23
stove wood 1 cord delivered 33 SO U cord de
Uvertd 32 75
GRAIN SACKS Bba oat bags bale lots 10 > 4
eiOHct 2bn cental bags corn 838UC
GRAIN AND FEED STUFFS Quotations be
low are on grain from iters
Corn 65c per bu in shucks in sacks 70c
Wheat Choice Kansas 31 03S110 choice
Texas 31 Coal 05
Oats Sacked 60c
Bran S5cperl001n carload lots f o b 31 15
periouin sacks
Hay Loose local Jo 00 best prairie hay
baled 33 O0B12 00 per ton in carload lots t o
b 3S 00 small bales best GOc alfalfa loose
312 00 per ton best Forney 311 00 perton
HIDES AND SKINS Buyers are giving Dry
batchers hides firstclass 7c per lihgts
483c dry fallen Sc lights 4c damaged 23c
pelts 30at0c Dry salted heavy 83514c light
4c bull hides 4o green salted E < 33 c butch v
ers green SAc shearings 10c horns hoofs
and bones per ton 39 00 delivered
NAILS 33 23 per keg basis 13d Bnrend
horseshoe per keg 33 M Perkins same 35 90
Walker same 35 401 Burden mule 56 60 North
western horseshoe nails No 4 50c No 5 25c
No 6 23c No 721c No 8 20c Lakes No
1 45c No 2 25c No 622c No 720c No 8
9c Ausaber same No 4 43c No 524c No
6 21c No 7 19c No 8 ISc
NUTS Wholesale quotations Peanuts 109
13Hc pecans loaisc almonds 16c Brazil
nuts 12V4o per B filberts 12V > o perls new
English walnuts 16c
POULTRY Chickens Commission men are
getting 2 73 per doz tor hens retailers are
getting 33 0003 23 per doz commission men ket
52 503 00 per doz for spring chickens retailors
get 33 25Q8 50 per doz Fair supply and in de
mand For turkeys commission men are get
ing75casi 00 each or8cper ft retailing at65o
051 00 moderate supply Commission men are
getting 32 23 for ducks <
ROASTING EARS 10c per doz
POTATOES Wholesale men are getting tor
Irish Northern 51 40 per bu OaUtornla
3135Q1 40 advancing Texas crop scarce
TURNIPS Retailing at store 5OS60C perbu
OILS Brilliant bbls 19c Euplon 29c Bril
liant 2 15 cases 32 25 Brilliant 12 15 cases
34 14 Euplon 216 cases 33 23 Gasoline 32 SO
PROVISIONS AND BUNDRIES
Fish Retailing Catfish gulf lOo per ft buf
falo gulf 10c per ft
Following quotations are on the basis of Job
lotsFish
Fish New mackerel half bbls No 1 31000
halt bbls No 2 3900 codfish 21s bricks 73Sc
per lb loose codfish GB6V4C per ft pickled
herrings per backet 51 SO
Holland herrings Kegs 51 S031 75
Dried herrings Per box 40c
Cheese Full cream 12s
Bologna sausage SaiOc
Meat Standard S C hams 10oi2c do
breakfast bacon 9tA39 4c short clear bacon
sides 64c short clear dry salt Gio shoul
ders 93uyc dried beef 11c
Hominy New per bbl 33 40
Grits Per barrel 33 40
Oatmeal New per halt barrel lOOfts 33 75a
4 00 per barrel 36 75
Cracked wheat Per case 726s 33 60
Crackers XXX soda 64c cream do 9c
Aj >
Valsi >
ra granuiaieo wc con
fectioners A TVjc fancy yellow clarified
6c choice yellow clarified 6c prime yel
low clarified 6c fancy seconds S4c choice
seconds S c
Maple syrup Old time onegallon cans per
dozen 512 half gallon per dozen 36 SO quarter
gallon per dozen 54
Molasses Fancy choice rcboiled 60c choice
40c prime 33c choice centrifugal 28c
Lard refined Tierces 6c fiftypound cans
6c twentypound cans 6c tenpound cans
6Uc fivepound cans 6c threeponnd cans
GJJcEvaporated
Evaporated peaches New pealed3014c per 21
newnnpealed 14Uc per ft
Blackberriea New dried 9 c per ft
Rice New crop prime 7c choice 7 4c head
Dried apples New York sliced per bbl 10c
per ft No 1 in bbls 9 4c per 6 T G new Al
lien in boxes 16c new ring Alden 15c
evaporabd in boxes 15 < ai6 4c
EGGS Commission men are getting 15c per
doz retailers are getting 23o per doz Market
lightly supplied and in good demand
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Wholesale
quotations Lemons oholce 37 60O8 00 per box
Navy beans 4 > 4c Largo Lima beans
in sacks 67c California aud small
while beans 4 > a4t4c New cabbage 54 SO
53 00 per crate Apples Northern
per bbl 54 004 SO Kansas 33 6094 00 Texas
product 51 230175 per bu Peaches Califor
nia 52hii32 25 V box California plums
assorted 32 0032 23 f box California prunes
52 0032 25 v box California grapes assorted
32 00i32 23 box California pears J3 25O3 50
per crate Onion Louisiana new crop ZV < 3ic
V ft Wax Beans 32 5033 00 V bu Tomatoes
Vt bu baskets 50c All vegetables in demand
watermelons 73cfflJ3 00 per doz Canteloupes
50c51 50 per doz market well supplied Ba
nanas 32 0032 73
SUNDRIES Starch pearl 4c lump40
Herring imported 51 25 per keg Cider crab
apple 40c Missouri 30c per H bbl 54 oca4 25
Vinegar 15i323c Concentrated lye 32 75 four
doz In case per case Jugs glazed 10c per
gal crocks glazed 10c per gal Indigo 75c
f ft bluing 30cSSl 00 V doz Colemans mus
tard ft > l 25 v doz MaCcoroni imported
11B11V40 v ft American 6O0 V box Tubs
No 1 oak grain 59 50 No 2 38 30 No 8
57 00 V doz No 1 Fiber 317 SO No 2 515 53
No 3 513 SO V doz Redwood No 2 39 50
No 8 38 50 three in nest white cedar 33 25
eight in nest oak grain 32 75 Buckets two
hoops 51 65 y doz Baking powders bulk lie
1 ft cans 52 CO Vermicelli small box G5c
Catsup In hulk y gal85o Worcester sauce
in bulk f gal 3125 Mixed pickles V lA
bbl 57 00Q7 50 Rope Grass > Inch basts
13 > c cotton K 16c S1617c Sassafras root
12c V ft Butcher paper avo V ft
WHISKY Rectified 31 loai 60 as per proof
sour mash two years old 51 7031 90 three
years old 32 0092 25 fancy extra old whisky
54 teas 00
WOOL Beyers are paving Light medium
19321c light fine I5ai6cj heavy fine 12315c
DRUGS ETC
Quotations based on small lots to retail deal
ers Acetanilid V oz 12c acetio acid No 8
V ft 8c carbolic acid cryst V ft 43e muriatic
acid O P 9 ft 21c nitric acid O P V ft
25c sulphuric acid C P V ft 25c tannic
acid bulk 4 ft 31 35 alcohol 93 per cent v
gal 32 83 alum V ft 4o antifebrine V Oz
25c antipyrine Vol 51 40 ammonia car
bonate V ft 14c blue vitriol V ft 10c blue
mass V ft 53c blue ointment V ft 55c borax
V Ej 12c camphor gum V ft 5035ccapsicum
powd v ft ISc copperas V ft 293c Dovers
powder V ft 51 20 ethersulphuric U S P
V ft 72c gum arable first pick V ft 3110 gum
shellac V ft 28c glue brown 4 ft 12c glue
white V ft 20c macs V ft90c mercury <
S6c morphine sulph P WH V oz
33 0503 10 morphine sulph P W Oz bot
tle y oz 32 85 nutmegs V ft 70c castor oil
V gal 51 3oai S3 olive oil V gal 51 20 Un
seed oil V gal 70a75c sperm oil W B V
gal 31 20 opium V ft 5400 opiumpo V ft
35 60 black pepper if ft 18e potash bro
mide V ft 4 < c potash chlorate f ft 20c
potash iodide y ft 32 8592 90 quinine P
W oz bottles Voz 44c quinine P W
oz cans Vox 42c quinine P W Eoz
cans V oz 39c quinine Brunswick ox bot
tles V oz 35c quinine Brunswick 5ozcans
30c sal soda V ft 3c saltpetre refined V ft
10c saltpetre commercial V ft 6c soda Ep
som V ft 3Hc salts Bochelle 33c salts bi
carb kegs V ft 34c sulphur Fioweis F
bbL lot 2 ic sulphur Flowers small lots 4c
spirits turpentine market rates per gal
white lead 6 P 4 ft 7 c cream tartar V ft
S2c
FINANCIAL
BBmSHCONSULS
Special to the Gazette
London Aug 25 Consols closed 96 7lCc
for money for silver 54
EXCHANGE AT NEW YORK
Special to the Gazette
New Yo air Aug 23
SterUng Bank 60days 4 824a < 63
Sterling Commercial 60 days 4 S2a4 82
Reichmarks Commercial CO days 94
Francs Bank 63 days S 224
Francs Commercial 60 days S 23t
EXCHANGE ATNEW ORLEAN3
Special to the Gazette
4 New Obleaxs La Aug 23
SterUng Commercial CO days i 79404 0
France Commercial Co days S 25
New York Sight Bank W premium
Commercial Soai OQdicct
EXCH1NGB AT aALVESTO
Special to the Gazette
Galvestos Tex Aug 25
Sterling BO days 4 80
Now York Sight V discount
New OrleansSight U discount
American sUrer Pur
BONDS AND STOCKS
New Yobe Aug 25 Bonda aad stocks
closed at the following prices bid
BONDS
U 8 ls registered U3
U 8 4s couponv 12V4
U B 4Us coupon 10 i
CentraXPaciflcls ItSij
Denver and Rio Grande 4a 82
Missouri Pacific consolidated 6s
Missouri Kansas and Texas general 6s 2
St Louis and Iron Mountain general 6s 93 4
St Louis and San Fran general mortgagel09i
Texas and Padfie land grants Sl
Texas and Pacific Rio Grandes 89
UnionFadfio ls 110 < t
stocxs
Central Pacific 31
Chicago and Alton 123
Chicago Burlington and Quiacy 101 i
Delaware and Lackawanna 1044
Denver and Rio Grande 20
Eriecommon 25i
Fort Worth and Denver
Houston and Texas Contra 3
Illinois Central 110
Kansas and Texas IS
Lake Shore 105J
Louisvill andNashvUle 87
Missouri Paeifio 70
Northern PadCe S2l
Northestern lOSJi
ew Y k C itral 105
Pacific MaU 42
5eJ °
Rock Island 85
St Louis and San Francisco 30
St Louis and San Francisco preferred 86
St Paul common Toji
St Paul preferred 116
Tennessee Coal and Iron 43U
Texas and Pacific lgij
Union Pacific E9
Wabash bt Louis and Pacific certificates 11 +
SHS Bt Louis and Pacific preferred Mfi
Wells Fargo Express f 140
Western Union Telegraph 83
American Cotton Oil 25Va
Atchison Topekaand Santa Fe 41 i
Denver Texas and Fort Worth certificates 81
Denver and Rio Grande preferred 69
COTTON MARKETS
LIVERPOOL FUTURES
Special to the Gazette
Liverpool Aug 23 Cotton futures closed
weak 1 to 4 points lower
August 614 bid
September 6 Hasted
AugustSeptember 611 asked
SeptemberOctober S 66 bid
OctoberNovember 5 4935 SO
NovemberDecember 3 4S < 35 49
DecemberJanuary 5 4735 43
JanuaryFebruary 5 4S35 43
FebruaryMarch 550 bid
AprilMay 5 52 bid
NEW YORK FUTURES
Special to the Gazette
New Yobs Aug 25 Cotton futures closed
weak 9 to 32 points lower
August 10 7910 81
September 10 64 < 310 C5
October 10 48310 49
November 10 3710 S8
December 10 36919 Z7
January 10 40910 41
February 10 4t10 45
Maroh 10 48S10 49
April 10 53810 53
Sales 81400 bales
NEW ORLEANS FUTURES
Special to the Gazette
New Obleaks La Aug 25 Cotton futures
barely steady 5 to 12 points lower
August
September
October
November
December
January
Febinary
March
April
Sales 22800 bales
10 70Q10 75
10 11310 15
9 ia 9 94
9 893 9 90
9 69 9 90
9 94S 9 95
10 01010 02
10 08910 09
10 14S10 15
LIVERPOOL SPOT
Special to the Gazette
Liverpool Aug 23 Spot cotton closed steady
and In fair demand
Ordinary G
Good ordinary 6
Low middling 6
Middlingv Cfs
Good middling 6
Total sales 6000 American 7000 bales
Imports 1003 bales American 700 bales
NEW YORK SPOT
Special to the Gazette
New Yobe Aug 25 Spot cotton closed
dull at 3lGc decline
Ordinary 8 1116
Good ordinary 10
Low middling 10
Middling 10 51G
Good middling 11 916
Middling fair 12 S15
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
Special to the Gazette
New Orleans La Aug 25 Spot cotton
closed weak at c decline
Low ordinary 8J
Ordinary 9
Good ordinary
ixw middling
Middling
Good middling
Middling fair
Sales 175 bales
9J
10
10
10 1316
11
GALVESTON SPOT
Special to the Gazette
Galvestos Tax Aug 25 Spot cotton
closed easy atc decline
Ordinary 9
Goo3 ordinary 9
Low middling 10
Middling 10
Good middling 10
Middling fair 11
Sales 623 bales
Shipments coastwise 889 bales
Mock 921 bales
Cotton mills 32 bales
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE SPOT
MARKETS
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex Aug 25 The following are
the closingquotations tor cotton on the spot to
aay at the leading markets together with the
closing for middling Saturday with todays
sales
RECEIPTS AND EXPORTS AT ALL UNITED
BTATES PORTS
Galveston Tex Aug 23
Special to the Gazette
Receipts thus far this week 13621
Receipts same time last year 7629
Receipts this day 8674
Receipts this day last year 4455
Total receipts thus far this season 5790805
Total receipts thus far last season 5521054
Difference 269751
Exports to Great Britain 243
Exports to France
Exports to continent
STOCKS AT ALL TOTTED STATE3 PORTS
Galveston Tex Aug 25
Special to the Gazette
Etocksthlsday 53544
Stocks this day last year 66676
RECEIPTS AT UNITED STATES PORTS
Galvkstox Tex Aug 25
Special to tho Gazette
Galveston 1073
New Orleans SSii
Mobile 494
Savannah 3577
Charleston 693
Wilmington 12
Norfolk s
Baltimore
New York
Boston 6
Philadelphia 23
West Point 500
Other ports
Total this day 8074
Total this day last year 4433
GENERAL SIAKKETS
GALVESTON WOOL MARKET
Special to the Gazette
GalvestomTex Aug 25 Wool Firm
Spring Twelve months clip
Fine 13 820
Medinm 20e22
Spring twelve months XXX 53 354
Twelvemonths XX SJ a55
Twelve months X so BS2
Twelve months No 1 47 049
Bix to eight months XX 49 fiSl
Blxto eight months X 47 0i3
Six to eight months No 1 43 a
Fall wool
Fine 17 013
Medium 20 821
Bight months clip fine 0
Mexican improved 13 eiS
Mexican carpet 12014
East Texas twelve months
Medium 22 023
GALVESTON SUGAR MARKET
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex Aug 25rSngar Market
steadv
New York standard granulated 6
Confectioners A
Crushed and cut loaf 6
unoes o f
Powdered 6 1
Louisiana granulated 6
Loaislaua off whiter 6
Choice and fancy yellow C 5
Prime yeUow clarified 595U1S
Mi 1
Off yellow clarified
Choice seconds SivSS
Prime seconds 5
Fair seconds 42 <
Wholesale grocers quotations iac higher
Grades omitted are not on this xoarkat
GALVESTON COFFEE MARKET
Special io the Gazette
Gaitmtos Tex Aug sCoffteSteAdy
Ordinary 1801o > i
Good ordinary 19 019
Prime 21
Choice 21e22
Cordova
21
022
FREIGHTS FROM OALVESTON
Special to the Gazette
GAtyBSTos Tex Aug 23 By steamship
from Galveston Tex
To Liverpool l764d
To continent ltd
To New York ItcV 100 ft
OTHER PRODUCE AND PROVISION MAR
KET3
St to CIS Mo Aug 25 Wheat A good busi
ness was reported The market closed 102O
below Saturday No 2 cash 99o031 00
September 99o nominal December 31 00
tuked May 3111 asked
C rn Trading was light except for May and
feeling weak Market closed aiodotrn No
2 cash 44o nominal September 45c May
49e49cbl3
Cornmeal Firm at 32 6002 65
Bran Quiet sacked 73c
Flax seed Lower 31 31
Hay Quiet and steady prime to fancy prai
rie 38 00110 00 prime to oholce Timothy 10 SO
a
11 60
WhlskyJt IS
New Obleaks La Aug 25 Coffee Quie
but firm Cargos Bio ordinary to fair 19e21c
Whisky Quiet Western rectified 5104dl 81
Sugar Open kettle strong fully fair to
prime 4c fair to good fair 4c common to
good common 4 8834 916o inferior c cen
trifugal quiet off white 501S ll16c gray
white 5c choice yellow clarified 5 9163
prime yellow clarfied 5c off yeUow clarified
5Vsa5c seconds 434c
Molasses Strong Centrifugal fair 1701 ° c
couimon to good common 13014c interior iia
12cChicago
Chicago Itx Autr 23 Wheat Active
trading aud market weaker and unsettled the
closing was lc lowor for December a nd2o lower
for May than closing figures of Saturday
Corn Only moderatiraly active and feeling
prevailing easier Market closed witn 101o
decline
Mess pork Only a moderate trade was re
ported offerings were fair demand moderate
prices on whole range declined 103124c and
closed steady at inside figures
Lard Trading was only fair and foetlngwaa
easier
Short ribs A decided weak feeling was de
veloped in the market for short ribs aides and
prices on the whole range decUned 701Oc
Leading futures closed
Wheat August 31 04 September 31 04
December 31 07
Corn August 4Sc May 52c
Pork September 310 75 October 310 73
January 512 05
LardSeptember36 27 October 36 40 Jan
uary 36 83
Short ribs September 3 32October 4 <
January 53 93
Cash quotations were
Flour Steady
Spring Wheat JI 04
Corn 4S04Sc
Pork 31100
Lard 36 20
Short ribs sides S3 2333 33
Dry Silted shoulders 33 7503 87
Short clear sides 35 6305 73
Whisky 31 13
New Yobjc Aug 25 Wheat Spot dull
No 2 red 51 OS01 06 Options weak and
lower September 31 0b December 3110
May 3114
Corn Spot lower and active No 2 530
SCc ODtions lower aic August 65c
September 55c December 56c May 38c
Coffee Options steady 5 points np to 5
points down market dull Sales 20500 bars
including August 318 30 September 317 90
1793 Oclobcr 317 15017 20 NovemoerS16 750
16 80 December 516 6301670 March 515 83
Spot Rio firm and quiet fair cargo 20c
No 7 flat bean 17c
Sugar Raw firm and in fair demand Sales
350 hogsheads Muscovado S9c test 5c re
fined active and firm
Molasses New Orleans quiet and firm
Rice Active and firm
LIVESTOCK MARKET
St Louis Mo Aug 25 Cattle Receipts
3700 shipments 100 Market steady Good
to fancy native steers 54 3004 75 fair to good
Jl 9004 40 stockers and foedcrs 2 3083 40
Texans and Indians 52 6003 70
Hogs Receipts 4300 shipments 1100 Mar
ket strong Prices ranged 53 800413
Sheep Receipts 3000 shipments COO Mar
ket strong Fair to choice 51 00S5 00
New York Aug 25 Beeves Receipts for
two days BOOO head Higher Native steers
53 75ef 23 per hundred pounds Tsxans 33 000
3 73 dressed beef steady 607
Sheep Receipts for two days 149001 head
Strong 4 0005 25 per hundred pounds dressed
mutton firm 801Oc
KansasCrrr Mo Aug 23 Cattle Receipts
7500 shipments 4500 Market steady to weak
Steers 33 2504 40 Blockers and feeders
52 5003 15 range steers 52 8002 CO
Hogs Receips 5600 shipments 2100 Mar
ket Steady All grades 33 9003 93
SheepReceipts 1700 shipments none
Market steady Good to choice muttons 3 754
4 25 stockers and feeders 33 5003 75
Wheat Lower No 2 red cash 98c
CornLower No 2 cash 44043c
Chicago III Aug 25 Cattle Receipts
17000 shipments 4000 Steady to easy Steers
32 3003 00 range 33 6584 03 native butchers
stock 51 5003 00
Hogs Receipts 23000 shipments 8000
Lower Rough to common 33 6J03 70 mixed
33 8003 90 prime assorted heavy and butaher
weights 54 0004 15
Sheep Receipts 4300 shipments 1000 Stock
ers 3 7003 SO natives 54 OC03 00 Texans
4 1004 20
WOOL MARKET
St Louis Mo Aug 23 Wool receipts 39
000 pounds market quiet Unwashed
bright medium 19323c coarss braid 14022c
low sandy 11013c fine light 17021c fim >
heavy 13319c tub washed choice 33c infe
rior 30033
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WALLACE HENDRICKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OIMSICEJt
N E Cor sink ui Mala Streets Second Flaor
ARCHITECTURAL CO
O C HERRENKIND Supt
Board of Trndo Building
H H MOORE
Attorney at Law and Land Agent
Office Upstairs in Johnston Building
Brotwawood Toac
MAYFIELD BROS
Tho Leading Dentists
Orer Old Pos toffies 509 Halo
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a specialty AU
work strictly firstclass Established 1870
JJKANE ARCHITECT
Office Rooms 1 and 2 corner Second and
Houston streets Postofilco box 39
1YM J BAILEY
ATTOKJCEyATlVAW
Office corner Main and Second streats
E V WTSSE SOBT UCA2T IT A STBDSUX
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
311 Main St Foil Tfoxtii Tex
H M CHAPMAN
ATTORNEYAT LAW
Over First National Bank 1
rOBTWORTIT TEXAS
ITFMTQ wm g HEsroKaaox
initnilOi Counsellor at Law and
I Solicitor ot American and Foreign Pa
tents Trademarks and Labels Booms
20 to 23 Norris building corner Fifth
and F streets Washington D O
Seventeen years experience ineladlng service
in Examining Corps US FateatOflaccs Send
SfcelcA t f3Iodel for report at to foMntobilitih
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