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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1904.
COTTON MARKET RATHER QUIET OPERATIONS ENTIRELY PROFES SIONAL, AND PRICES SHOW. INC LITTLE CHANCE. I ARCEIt RECEIPTS Of f SC T EXPOR I S Receipts at all Porte Yesterday Were 33,386 Balra,. Against 24,680 for Day Previous Hes ter's Statement. Now York Sept. Hi. Tho rot I on market waa vory quU't during today' m'hkIiiii, wlih o)irntloiiH almost tn tlr.'ly luofi'hsloiial, and ii-!ris hIiow Ink no mniprliil eliiint;i. Tin- opening wii8 easy, nt a decline of 5 lo 8 points, in rcKpoiixo to lower rallies, the weather un( larger receipts. After the call, liuyliiR by lornl lmllH steadied I he llxt mid prices crept up a few points, only to reaet nRiiln. after whleh the market Klioweil lit t further feature, being milled slightly Just be fore the close. It was finally stcadyt net unchaiiKed to 1 point lower, with Hales estimated nt 175,000 bales. The effect of the larger receipts wiis offset to no stnnll extent by iho heavy exports., which for the day ap proximated 40,000 bales, including nearly l'J.000 bales from New York, which reduced the local stock. Receipts at the ports today 33,:!8fi bales, against 24,680 last week, and 24.7;!1 last yearr. For the week, 180.000, against 131,043 last week, and 110,483 last year. Today's receipts at New Orleans, 2,753 bales, against l.tiM last year, and at Houston, 11,729 bales, against 4.114 last year. New Orleans Futures. New Orleans, Sept. 16. Cotton fu? tines steady; September lOMSv 10.38c, October 10.27((( 10.28c, November 10.30 Oi 10.31c. December 10.3310.34c, Jan nary 10.3S(T.lo.3!lc, February 10.44Q) lO.ljc, March 10.5210.53c. New Orleans Spots. New Orleans, Sept. 1C Cotton steady; sales 2,200 bales. Ordinary 7 7-Sc, good ordinary 9 3-10c, low mid dling !U3-H;e, middling 10 3-8c, good middling 10'J-llic, middling fair 10 13- Hie. Receipts 2,753. Stock 2D.2S5. New Orleans Cotton. New Orleans, Sept. 10. Spot cotton continues In good demand at full prices. Supply is scant. Sales 2,200, including 1,300 to arrive. Quotations unchanged. Futures opened steady and 2 points down. From the opening, the market was unlet and trading light. The Unci nations were numerous, but with in narrow limits. The weather map was good, but was offset by continued bad reports from the country. In the trading October opened at 2 points lower at lo.l9e, and finallv sold up to 10.27c. The market closed steady. Ncl i;ains wore, September 2 points and 0 to 8 points " the other posi tions. New York Statement. New York, Sept. 1C Cotton dull; middling 10.90c. Gross receipts 5.700 bales; sales 200; slock 24,845; ex porls, to Great Britain 10,930, to the continent 8,1 52. Totals today: Net receipts 3,3,380; exports, to Great Britain 27.340, to the cociitinent lti.002; stock 194,910. Consolidated today: Net receipts 184,503; exports, to Great Britain 82. 123, to France 751, to the continent 34.447, to Japan l.loo, to Mexico 1,000. Total since September 1: Net re ceipts 339,031; exports. Great Britain 130,389, Franco 9.717. continent 02,952, Japan 1,100 Mexico 1,000. Galveston. Galveston, Tex.. Sept. IB. Cotton steady; middling 10 7-10c; sales 1,050 bales; receipts 12,151; stock 05,783. Liverpool. Liverpool, Sept. 16. Cotton: Spot in light demand, pries 6 points lower; American midling fair 7.1od, good middling 6.94d, middling 6.82d, low middling fi.54d, good ordinary C.32d, ordinary fi.tiHd. The sales of the day were 4.000 bales, of which 200 were for speculation and exort, and in cluded 3.100 American. Keceipts 4,1oo, all American. Futures opened steady and closed KtnaHi" A nrlfii. InlftilTfncf V fl. IV- September .13d. September October 5.71d, October November 6.02d. No- i vcniler-leccmber 5..',Sd. December- .iHnuary .5t;d. January February 5.ati February-March 5..'.td. March-April B.54d, April-May r.:.."d, May-June i.u5. i I Hester's Statement. New Orleans, La, Sept. 16. Serre-; tsry Hester's mckty New Orleans Cot- . - . i. . .... i. K,U LfAt-linilU I 1 .Mil.:, - " ' - fore the close of business today, liow an Inrrcasj In round ficures in ihe . . , .:,. C, I r.... div. of i:3."t bab'S over h- 1 11 ii n days iiIins Nt" nox-r 11 ihm Jcar. a d'-creae tir;d.T the Fame lime ar l-rr- !a.-t .f 1 !-. and an i lwr'w- ivr i' fame time in t,f (Mill I Th an'ontit t.rfTiL-T't In'o ncht fir the e-k ndine ihi sfi'mrKi J pat-d at 2."3. aeain't ll7-".:. for the .rfn dr -n'!;r:e ibU da'e la' Jar. 1.".:. 4t : y r l t'r- 1at, and 1",.!''1 unn' tin in 1!"1. Th! lrint b" t'fal "f rrji tnot -frht in'o f-itt)' f ir tb- '-.-n !? f - ii'w to "; -. ar it" ir. : 4' t:i - Tiar. ":1."7.' j'.-r ';,cr'. '' i.i tprnr- -.1 'ii i'"1. Tb- &" nrm --r W'r-TT. WT I llmo In l!Mi. Movement overland to northern mill mul t'aiiada I.Wi. NKainst IIK last year, 8.1 H year bo fore, luhi. and K.4i3 in l'jul. Interior k iu excess or Ht-ptuuiber I. 355.; 45, Htuiiiiil 31.843 lust year, 74 810 year Ix-foro last, and 38.450 In IWI. Soui hern mill takliiKx, 7o.imhi, against "ii,428 biht year, 113.151 year before lai-i. iin, k2,75tt name time in ltiul. Foreign t-xMru ainco tepuiuber 1 have ben 2U4.770, aKuiniit 40.323 laM year. The total takings of American mills, north and south and Canada, iIiiih tar for the aeaion have been 124, 187. agaiiiHt t'J.7l hint year. Theau Humes Include S3.U47 by northern spinners, against V3.288 lust year. Since the close of the commercial yearr. stocks at American porta and the tweniy nlne leading southern in terior renters have increased 123. 4"2 biiles, against on Increase lor the same period Inst sen son of 23.S02, ami nre now ii:i.7ti8 mora than nt this date i last vcar. Including bnlea left over In stocka at ports and Interior towns from Inst crop, and the number of bales brought into sight thus far for the new crop, the supply to date Is C14.32ii, against 331,ti8'j for the same period last year. World's Visible Supply. New Orleans, I.n., Sept. 1C Secre tary Hester's statement of the world's visible supply of cotton, made up from special cable and telegraphic advices, compares the figures of this week with last week, last var and the year before. It shows an Increase for the week Just closed of 72.COO, against a decrease of 4.7!t3 last year, and an ln crease of ,13ti,0i3 year before last. The total visible is 1.227,840, against l.ljfi.SlO last week, 1.023,1.") last year, and 1,517,4!I3 year befor last. Of this the total of American cotton is 043,840, against 543,240 last week, 458,15G last yearr, and 1,050,493 year before last, and of all other kinds, including Egypt, Bra zil, India, etc., 584,000, against 012,000 Inst week, 505,000 last year and 401,000 year before last. Tho total world's visible supply of cotton, as above, shows an Increase compared with last week of 72,600, an increase compared with last year of 204,084, and a decrease compared with year before last of 289,053. Of the world's visible supply of cot ton, ns above, there is now atJoat and held in Great Britain nnd continental Europe 584.000, against 479,000 last year and 780,000 year before last; in Kgypt 47,000, against lO.OOO last year and 17,000 year before last; in India 304,000, against 318,000 last year and 284,000 year before last; and in the United States 293.000, against 210.000 last year and 430,000 year before last, Including Manchester Rtock va riation. Corrected exclusive of 'Galveston, minus stock correction for week, minus 4,021. Corrected, exclusive of Galveston correction to date, minus 14,440. Taken by Spinners. New Orleans, Sept. 10.1 Secretary Hester gives the takings of American cotton by spinners throughout the world as follows, in round figures: This week, 139,000 this year, against 82,000 last year, and 92,000 year before last. Total since September 1 this year 277.000, against 223,000 last year, and 243,000 year before last. Of this, northern and Canadian spinners took 51.000 bales, against 03,000 last year and 51.000 year before last; southern spinners 70,000, against 30,000 last year, and 93,000 year before last; and foreign spinners 153.000, against 124. 000 iast year and 99,000 year before last. New York Futures and Spots. New York, Sept. 1G. Cotton spots closed dull; middling uplands 10.90c, middling gulf 11.15c; sales 200 bales. Futures closed steady; September 10.51c, October 10.39c, November 10.38c, December 10.41c, January 10.43c, February 10.47c, March 10.32c, April 10.54c, May 10.57c. 4 LIVE STOCK. Kansas City. Kansas City, Sept. 16. Cattle re ccints 4200. including 700 southerns, Market steady, best steers strong; others weak to 10 lower. Choice ex port and dreed beer steers 520 a 027. Fair io eood 423 a 523; western fed steers 4 a 550; Blockers and feed ers 223 a 4: southern steers 200 3 73: southern cows 150 a 275; native rati 1..II a 4: native neiirm ;" 4C0- ImllM 2 a 330: calves 2.l a 5-o. Hog receipts 3.300. Market steady Heavy 500 a 503: packers 503 a tiii?h and Iichts .! a '- 1 ...... W 1... Sl.-n recruits I.;"". .namei i' ady native InmliK. - a .': na flvn wethers. 3T.i a : name . .",i n305: western lanilis. a m -t rn venrl lies. :u a tdioer. 350 a 373; Blockers and feed or. 273 a 4. MARINE Port Ead. Kad. Sp. K. Arrived: p(nar,lH. M"ti'' StfTTlT Pa!l'-d-S'-att-r tiinn. .' XttrV: rYn Ut rn. fipirio. Amrt ra, )frio. Kp Orleans Sugar. I Sfw O'V-ati. ??. K- wn t' V-. 2 VI a 5 4: V-tu f nr fnirxl 4 a 12: -"t.T f' irhl l. '- 4 7: r !'- 4 ?. 4 a 4 7: '-ti'i -.fc a i; tti'''-' ' 'ini'fia1: f.tti. i t ',; c t,-r,!uiil ! a 13: nip to'.fi'fial. S I I- 'i .1 j - P'oe E'-cs. 1. r - -i t,- . n.a '.' TP CENT BREAK IN WHEAT PIT WARM WEATHER AND LOWER CABLES CAUSE THE MARKET TO LOOSEN. BULL CAMPAIGN REACHED ZENITH Prospecta of Good Weather, Large Receipts and the Slump In Wheat Caused Cm to Weaken, Chicago, Sept. 10. A break of two Ctiita occurred In wheat prices here today as a result of heavy liquida tion duo to warm weather and lower cclilcs. Corn was down a 1 a 1 18 cents; oats a shado higher nnd provisions unchanged 5 to 7 1-2 lower. From start to finish, wheat was character ized bv extreme weakness. A belief Mint the present bull enmpnlgn had reached Its zenith, apparently pre vailed and ns n resu't tie market v.ns subject to heavy realizing sales throughout the session. Wn-mer weather In the west and northwest vere probably the most Influential factors. The Improvement in weath er, together with lower cables caused liberal selling at the opening, Decem ber being down 1-4 a 3-4. May opened 3-8 to 3-4 lower. Tlie weakness of the whent market In the northwest was a powerful Influence during the curly pnrt of the day. Ilefore tho de cline was checked prices were fully two cents below the high point of the day. December sold off to 113 and closed at 113 1-8 a 1-1 and May sold to 114 5-8 and closed at 114 7-R a 115. Minneapolis, Duluth nnd Chicago reported 574 cars, against 421 last week and 799 a year ago. . Prospects of better weather con tinued large, primary receipts and the slump In wheat were the factors teat accounted for n break of 1 c In corn. December npened 1-8 to 3-8 lower, sold between 51 3-4 n 52 "1-8 and closed nt 51 IS'. Receipts 505 cars, 38 of which were contract. In spile of the weakness of old grains, oats held steady. December opened 1-4 lower and sold up to 32 7-8. closing nt tho top. Receipts 112 cars. Influenced by the weakness of corn and by the continued uiuldnlion of October holdings, provisions had nn easier undertone. The trading was quiet. January pork closed 2 1--2 a 5 lower at 12.75; lard oft 5 to 7 1-2 at 710 a 712 1-2 and ribs unchanged at 005 a 007 1-2. Estimated tomorrow wheat 84 cars; corn ros; oais joii. Hogs n.oer FINANCIAL. Bank Clearings. New York, Sept. 10. The follow ing table compiled by Hranstreer, shows the bank clearings at the en- les named for the week ending Sept. 10, with the percentage of increase and decrease as compared with tne corresponding week last year. To tals include clearings of fifty-two other cities, clearings of Canada. Canadian totals include Reven other cities In 2 I to it " II New York .$1,334,001,141 . 179.97O.0St 31.8 Chicago ston .... . 1 1 0,51 S,1 1 5 "biladelphia ' 112.07X5101 45.1.32,0791 . . 37,502,2531 . . 20.500,201 1 184! St. Ixiuis .... 111.2 Pittsburg ... P.attimore ... San Francisan Cincinnati Kansas City . New Orleans. Louisville Savannah . ... Denver Richmond . . . Memphis .... Washlncton . Fort Worth . Atlanta Norfolk Augusta Nasbvillo .... Birmingham . Macon Little pock .. Knoxville l'Xinirtnfi Chat.'anoiiira . 10.2 I 0.0 110.2 23,950,0051 24,949.0001 25.23S.I79! 13.7S.011f in. 007.700! fi,445,;2l 5,:!59.410 4. 500.050! S.4S3.114! 3.S92.35S; 3.300.01 S 2.721. S0OI 1.40.399' 1.O90.4SKI 1. 4 23.7V V 52. 25' r.c,r.o.",7' !1!t.150l 7 ' 1.3 30' 7V0.7S1 10.1 IM.'MWI 10.9no.v4.!' 2."I 0.51 7.8 9.81 25.11 0.5! 14.K: 52.1' 1.9 I 3 9 5.1! 30.7' IS. 2! 10.3! 11.1 ITS 11 3 Jart .mint i I lo lalveslon .. flouMon ... Tr,la1 X S . .f2.1.r,n,K23.11' H I T"als oiitople I ' of .New York. 10.2 12.700' . Dominion o Canada. M'i)rea1 ....$ 2'ir.V2r,rt v Tri-al $ f.;.f,44 r,i N inelil'lcil n f.,t!,l c.fiiaitiinr oth-r iu mi lian t l T- inr. 1 2.. c .flT"! TH T lltn Ol f I E?EAK IN STOCKS. B 90. Abandoned to Lou dt,on. N-w T'"r. F'7rf. I. n'1v .fr r' "n-J to !); ai4 il,r( 'im ti-n it r! r- 4 J.'li.ti'l'!.' A I 'ijtji lh-f'M- -Ii :-r ) mil, ilid l't- v )t ' f,f . . ,,!''. ,1 -i.,- f 'r t -1,... . t: p !' T' f' ' t:.i;. r I.-?- r t - ' - r 0r.tr X: t I - ' " btfkiou, despite the reactionary nnne irt iit. The chwinis u irretulur but aUive lui iiiuht's level. llnmU aero irregular. Total hales iar value $1,175,000. V. 8 old fours Hlvmiiv. per Milt Oli C!. New York Exchange, New York. Sept. HI. Close pilmo mercantile paper 3 4 a I per cent; sterling exchange, stead v with m l mil business In bankers' bills nt 4X0 n 430. 75 for ddemanil. and at 4M 35 a 4..4 40 for !' dnvs. Costal rates 4X3 12 and 487 12 a 4SS; commercial I ills 484 a Ml. liar allvcr M 5 8. Mexican dollar 43 14. (Sovernnient lunula firm; railroad, bonds Irregular. New Yvk Money. New York. Sept. 10. Close money on call steady 1 n 5: closing bid 1 1-3 offered at 1 1-2. Time hmm. sleadv; sixty and ninety days, 3 per cent; six months. 3 1-2 a 3 4. London Exchange. Imdon. Sept. 1(1. Consols for mon ey 88. do account 88 9-lrt; bar silver firm. 2rt 3-lfi: money 1 1-2; three months 2 IS 10 a 710. Paris Exchange. Paris. Sept. 10. Three per cent rentes 98 f 27 1-2 c for account; ex tra Interest. Exclinngo on London 25 f 23 c for checks. Memphis Coton Oil. Memphis. Tenii.. Sept. 10. Ooll. enr lots, per gallon: Prime crud.i 23c, oft crude nominal: prime summer yellow 25 l-2c, off summer yellow nominal; choice cooking summer yellow, less thnn car lots, 34c. Meal, prime $21 ff? 21.25. LOW RATES OVER THE SOUTH ERN PACIFIC (Sunset Route) Colonist rates to California points..., $27.50 Tickets on snlo September 15 to October 15. A. It. Atkinson, D. P. A. J. K. Tooke. C. V. & T. THE LOCAL Grain and Hay. Quotations for canoad lota delivered on tracks Beaumost or other points taking same rates. Dealers charge from store C10c per 10 pounds more on bran, 23c per bushel on oats ana corn. 10 ta1 15c Der 100 on bay. Oats Texas. 60E5c; No. i mixed, 49c; white, 6153c. Bran Per 100 pounds $1.3035. Com chops, pure $1.301.40. Oats Texas 4345c. Corn 7074c. Hay Choice alfalfa. $15.00: choice timothy. $17.00: South Texas prairie, $7.5008.50; Johnson graun. $9.50 10.00. Feed products very stiff, witn ad vanclng tendency. Market barely steady, with a decile ing tendency. Hides and Wool. Dry flint butchers, 16 pounds and nn. 13c. Dry flint kIds. under 18 pounds, iu l-2e. Dry salt, hides, over 18 pounds, 10c; under 18 pounds, 3c. W. S. hides, 6 l-27e. Sheep pelts, 15 to 40c. Goat skins, 10 to 16o. Horse lialr 16 to 18c. Wool, free spring, 12 1-2 to lie Wool, free fall, 10c. Wool, hard burrr. So. Butter and Cheesa. nuttpp lilue Star. 25: dairy hnttar 18a20: Klirin. 2a27; Berniee Fancy Crearaery,28: Meadow Gold, 30; Fancy renovalea creamery, oa-t. Allison's Pure pasteurized cream buttor, single pound 35c; 2 pounds for C5c. Cheese Full creara flats, 141; daisies 14 J; prints, 15; full cream Longhorns, 15 Flour and areaastuifs. Flour Basis'' 48. It, sacks. Fancy hlsh pitent $5.00; fancy half patent $5.30: third grade $4.50; 241b sacks 10 per barrel higher: Hour in wood, 30 per barrel hitrhercar lots 10e less. Farinaceous Goods Grits, hominy and cream meal, in 40-lb sacks, per sack, 75- pCarl meal in -lb sacks, tl 95 per barrel of four sacks; Scotch o-its $2.95a3.00; Friends' oats 12.95a 5 00-Columbia oats. $2.85: Hawkeye oats, 2.83; Heeker's buckwheat, H-lb paskaffcs, $4.80. Crackers A B C soda bulk, boxps, 7 1-lb cartons, ner dozen. 100: eine-r snaps, 7i: creams, 8, ktaue planks, 0 cakes and jumliics. II Canned Goods, California F.xtra Standard tins) Illack cherries, $2.25; cherries, 82.25; Y. C. teaches, I G. Kiubes $I.K5; apricots, Bartli-U K-rs tl.85; t'raiitk, standard, 10 jht down less. Kafrrn fanned Cood and (2Mb white 11.75: l.oo: $1.50; Vee- tables No. 3 app,c" sliced pinea plcs, $1; K and pineapple, ll.M): x irrated pineappies, 41.75: ineaple ehuriku, 1-11) cans, $1.33. pineapple chunks. 14-lr. can. II. W: SirfcHrel ex crated pirieuiioli. II K.,; z-lu 1 i'tt, blmk. Z-lb Mrlrr lea. WO: Z-lt b-Ti-. : 2-ll rah-s. now-; z-lb fu.'-wj--l,i t -mi at -. 7.3a'0: full viirlit WniMtM-. 1.i; 2-11, licbt-wxilit ?nrV. "la'.i: 3-!S lirriil-w-ipbt. w J-lbkraut 1.2".: 2-H-l Vtit I Via x ifti Junr m as. 1 Mi: 2-H, Mandard Marrow fat t'-as. I.'K: 2-!h lirht-wiel.t Var ro fkt aa. HO: -'b iurokin. 13: 2-)b Id I i:idsn r.ro. 1.2-3: 2-lb Al i"ra, J. !..,: -tcuiid fju.co corn, Drvgi Chomleala. Quir.'nc, 3lt'"- r o'irif hf'ltl n-t-,hin-. 2 3-"a'" 1T tiirf-: - r. I 2' if : -a Vl'a-i-r Keifid is l'"-.li f'S ka-- -.ot ra J-'' in lr- r- : '-a'or ,. I.-"i i-r r id -r ir, k a '" : ' '"m '. 2 ''-' T , 1-. in ,!-:: t.'.l. 2 ) T r I'-Til I ' T. 2 !'" it ': a' iti ': ' it tii-r : -ai- jtti '. 1 '-. 4 '" r r 100 ii: aii-j rs.:. '.i- it. J t r r a . ' Canned Molassoc, Georgia t'ane: callous, J. 10, hall gallons, quails 3.7A: IVro de Uaiui i, ealiun. 3.1U, half 1A0 quarts 3.75: Kairoinel Syrup, 10 lbs. i.OO, lb, 2 H. 1. 00. Dried Frulto and Nuts, 10 oa. cleai.ed currents, 'M In rase, er lit. 8t: 12 in cleaiiiHl currents, 4M In case, iierlli. "4:3 l'i-oaii Km.vriia lin-luti-UHl ll's, 10-lb boxes, Kr iHtidid, I2: W Crown Smyrna iuiHiried lie, 10 h. Uixes, iMr lb, W, 2 crown Califor nia tit's, l-lli lu-ieks, 10 lb ImiXcs, Mr box, 1. 1ft: 3 crown California lice, 1-lb cartons, I0-1I boxes, per ll, l.i'i: 12 os pueaace heeded ralkiiu, 45 in i'HMi. Mr pkt,'. 9; 10 oa packages siHded ralklus, 30 In cane, er Pack ace, 81; 2 crown L. L. raisins, 20 1b boxes, Mr Ihix, 2.00: 3 crown U U Italslns, 20-lb boxes, er Ikx, 2. 15; 2 crown L. L. raisins, Mb boxes, )erbox,70; Ainer. Corslcan citron, 10-lb Nixes, ht lb, 10; Amer. orance nhI, 10 lh boxes, er lb, 14; Amr. lemon Md, 10 lb boxes, per 111. 14: No. I California almonds, soft aboil, sacks containing almut 80 pounds, per lb. lb less quantities per lb! 17. Pecans-8a12 pet lb. Miscellaneous Rop Sisal, 7-10 basis Oi, Manila cotton, XXX, 14 3-4. Salt Kock, ti.00 er ton; Louisiana coarse. 85: Texas and Knnsas, iier lbl, 00-h, $2,00; 100-3s, $2,75: 140-2, $2.8.5 Tickles- I'lnts, 05: quarts, $1.05 4: eallon, $3.25: l-cnllon, $4; S gallon kecs, 92; 10-pallou kivs, $3.50; Cross and Ulockwell's pints, $3.05. Cnndv Stick, wrapped, standard 0a7; fancy mixed, in palls. OJaO; fancy In canes. Ilnl8- i-hi Ilal2. Staren I'earl, 40-lb mixes, 4: ploss bulk, 4i; Nickel, $3.00; 1 to 3 pound packages, 6a5i. Molasses Centrifucnl, fair, 23; primo, 20a28; choice 23a30. Corn Syuu 30a31. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Texas and New Orleans R. R. Co. rast Bound. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:00 p.m. No. .Local ..Leaves 6 a- m. No. 10 Sunset Limited Arrirea 8 a, m. Leaves 9:05 a. r. No. 4. Oriole to Echo Arrives 12:16 p. m. 7,eaves 12: p. ro. No. 8 Texas Express Arrives 9:67 p. in., Leaves 10:06 p. m. No. 192. From Sour Lieke Arrives at 7:16 p. m. West Bound. 7 Texas Express to San Antonio No. Arrives 7:18 a. m., Leavea 7:24 a. m. No. 3 The "Oriole" Arrives 8:67 p. m., Leaves 4:07 p. m. No. 6 Local Arrives 7:23 p. M., Leavf at 7:33 p. ra. No. 9 "Sunset Limited" Arrives 9:21 p. m., Leaves 9:33 p. m. No. 191. To Sour Lake Leaves 7:0$ a. m. North Bouna. No. 153. No. 156. No. 161 No. 162 To Dallas Leaves 9'l.u p. m. From Dallas Arrive 8:40 am, south Bound. To Sabine Leaves 9:41 a. m. From Sabine Arrives '6:10 p. m. 163. No. No No. No. Local to Rockland Leaves 9:30 a. m Local from Rockland Arrive C:30 p. m. Kansas City Southern. North Bound. 2 for St. Louis, Kansas City, Shrevcport, Texarkuna and Fort Smith leaves 7:60 a. m 4 for Kansas City, Joplin, Fort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve- port leaves 7:60 p. m. 8outh Bound. No. 1 from St. Louis, Kansas City, Fcrt Smith, Texarkana and Shreveport arrives.. ..9:10 p. m. Leaves Tor 1'ort Arthur. .9:16 p. m. No. 3 from Kansas City, Joplin, Fort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve port arrives 8:40 a. m. Leaves for 1'ort Arthur. 8: 45 am. Port Arthur Service. To Port Arthur. 3 departs 8:40 a. m. 6 departs 10.30 a. m. No. No. No. No. No. 7 departs 4:16 p. m. (Sunday on- 45 Local Freight departs 8:00 p. m. (except Sunday -1 departs 9:16 p. m. From Port Arthur. No. 2 arrives 7:45 a. m. ' No. 6 arrives 12:20 p. m. No. 8 arrives 9:35 a. m. (Sunday on ly.) No. 46 arrives 10:06 a. m. (except Sunday.) No. 4 arrlvca 7:45 p. m. Gulf, Colorado A &anta Fa. Kansas City Mall and Express. No. 218 Leaves 5:00 p. m. No. 217 Arrives 1Z:Z6 p. m. Saratoga Express. No. 204. Leaves No. 203. Arrives 7:00 a. m. .... 7:00p.m. Express. .. 10:16 a. m. ... 6:00 o. m. 9 A. M ..12 50 P. M. ,...3 30 P. M. ....7.20 P. M. Center Mall and No. 202 leaves... No. 201 Arrives... Leave Beaumont. , Arrive Galveston. Ieave Galvest"n.. Arrive Beaumont. Gulf and Interstate Railway. No. 2 tSoutlt boiindi ip-part 9 ft. m. v.. 1 istiiih Ihhiii'Ii l nart 4 11. m , Si'iirdwy, C p. in. No. 1 4 North Ixiundj aniv'-s 7: 20 p tn. Si. 3 ( North loiind arrives 1:20 p. m. 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