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Market Developed Sagging Tendency
Accelerated by Selling of Lonnt
Until Market Closed at De-
rllna of 20 Polnti.
Now York, Bit. 22. It win nn
nrllvo ami exciting day In the poll in
market. Onlfm at Hrt wiro wi'il
(lUMcil nml llio market, whilo In-?-ulur,
held pretty sternly, but fluully
yli'ld.'d to liicrvasliig lienr pressure
and rlcmod burely steady at a full'
net Iohh. Tlio opening wan weak ut
a dcclina of flvo to 13 jioliits In ro
tMiiiHO to lower cables tliuii looked
for. Trading was nctlvo and tho
Iiik nround tho ring very nervous ow
ing to the renorts that two of the
most important speculative Hkuh's in
tho market wero opposing each other.
IVIwh following tho opening wero
forred hack to nearly . lout night'
level, but meeting with rontTmiol
bear pressure raxed off again to
nliout the opening figures, when
brokers, . believed to represent fh-
bull lender nunln entered tho rlir-?
And during tho middlo eesslon. th
marked ruled very firm, advancing to
a net gain of about 4 to 7 points.
In' the Into trndlng Wall street be
came a inneh more aggresnlve seller
nml with demands pretty well filled,
the market developed n sagging ten
ileney that, was gradually aceeleroted
as room longs sold out. until the close
prices showed a net decline at from
17 to 20 points. The sales were es
timated at 500,000 bales.
Receipts nt the ports today 44.!2"
bales, against 31, r.nH last week and
P.:!,fir2 last. yenr. For the week 27-v
000 lrales against 1 20,705 last wook
and 1M.2W Inst year.
Today's receipts at Mpw Orleans'
B,r.:!1 bales against 3,!)0S last yea,'
and at Houston 11,104 Dales ngnlns?
9,121 last yenr.
New Orleans.
New Orleans, Sept. 22. In the spot
cotto.i market, the demand was less
nreent than it has been since Mon
day. Factors asked an ailvance of
1-8 to 1-4 and there was -omn rran
ing nt 1-8 above quotations. Sales
r.r.r.n l.nles. includiiiir 3.050 to arrlvj
The cotton exchange, committee
nn.ln nn nhanrro In DrlCOS.
Futures opened ouiet and prices
were 5 to 14 points lower. Witn a
rib-anointing Liverpool market, and a
quieter local spot demand nun nn
a lime held wonderfully strong tin
der llo.nldation and after the first do
ii.,o nrinna were cent well above yeJ-
-.in.a rinsp. nullish sentiment
was strong and a good volume of
buying orders came from te outside
Later in the session, scalpers and
,.,nnir lnnira became heavy sellers and
drove prices down 10 to 15 points
below yesterday's figures. Trading
October opened 8 points lower at
0rS, sold up to 1074 and then grad
ually down to 1051.
The market closed weak with ne
losses of 13 to 10 points.
Liverpool, Sept. 22. Cotton In light
demand; prices 2 points lower; Amer
ind mid fair COO; cood mid CSd
mid COS; low mid 010; good ordinary
C.1S- nrrlinnrv 594.
Th cnies of the day were 4,000
bales, of which 200 were for specula
tion and export, and included .,-!
A mnrlnn n
neeeinta 1.200 all American.
Future opened quiet and steady.
American mid g o c Sept. t.j(; hept.
Oct. r91 ; cr. iov. Kid ; rov. i-i
590; Dec. Jan. 577; Jan. Fell. 5. a:
Feb. Mar. 575; Mar. Apl. 570; Apl
May 570; May June 578.
Nw York Futures.
New York, Sep.t 22. Cotton fu
tures closed bnrelv steadv. Sept.
1078; Oct. 1005; Nor. 1005; TVc.
1070; Jan. 1072; Feb. 1070; Mar
1OS0; April 10S2; May 10S4.
New York Spots.
New York, Sept. 22. Cotton spots
closed easy; mid ups 1130; mid gulf
1155; sales 555.
New Orleans Futures.
New Orleans, Sept. 22. Cotton fu
ture steady; Sept. 1074; Oct. 1051 f
53; Nov. 1037 f 59: Dee. 100 IOC2:
Jan. 1or.SiTj09; Feb. 1075fi77; Mar.
New Orleans Soots.
New Orleans. Sept. 22. Cotton un
settled, sab's 500; ordinarr R 1-1:
tuKl (irdinary 9 9-10: low mid 10 3-K.
mi. I 10 3 4; r" "'M 10 15 10: mil
fair 11 310; Hf-Hpt 5.5741; Hockt.
f w York Statement.
New Yfrk. Si-lit. 27. TiiCim piir4 :
mid 11.".': "' ri-int r.3'i: '-
r.r.o; fi.ifi. ::r..is".; -x'K(r riin't(
1(0; total t-.lr: tii-t rfi' 41.3i7:
ticns Frs'irt. 13.9v; KWifi'fii 4
r.!!i; trtixk 277.354: ffmi'ls'iil ''
rfeipt 242. 341: upon, i.r-n-I'.riiain
t.r..'r,Z: Frnr. ST. 22k: tim'i
n-n 4"..37: tomt ir 1 r"'
ri iTi 51. 377; -tikiti. ;r-i(-HriiKin
?i'2.45l: rrfi. 445- rm.i
t-nf 1".7';"i; J:ip:m 1 1 rM . M
tr.rt.? Im U 1 15,:l .T i
ktti citr:fi;ral.'91 rn'rifurr-
whit 4 7: yellow 31 07 V; ec-
15; r-uirifiiKa Hyrup uumi-
Stock Market,
New York, 8eut. !.'. The lutlmwo
of tho crop new was not again?
stuck today. The clone wm dull.
1 Until k were lrrtKulur.
Total alos. par valuo. $3,790,000.
1'. 8. bond were unihuniji'd U'l
London Exchange.
T-nndnii. Sent. 22. Consols for
money 88 14: do for account KS S IC,
threo months 3 3-8.
Parle Exchange.
Paris. Sent. 22. Threo per cent
ronton 97 f 95 c for acount; exchanc"
on lomlm 25 f 21 1-2 c for checks.
New York Exchange.
New York. Sept. 22. Close prime
mercantile pnper 415: strllng ex
change wenk: closing sternly with ac
tual business In banker" bills at
485.751?. 80; for demand and at 4R3.4."
.50 for CO days.
Posted rates 4S1 l-l'tflST; commer
cial bills 4S2 7-S(f?4Sr, 3-4.
Ilnr silver. 57 1-4: Mexican dollars.
4S 1-2.
Oovernment bonds steady: railroad
bonds Irregular.
Kansas City.
Kansas City. Sept. 22. Cattle re
ceipts, 10,000 Including 700 south
erns. Corn fed steers flffJIO lower
others strong. Choice export and
dressed beef steers 5W0; fair to
good 3755; western fed steers TJtiit
550; stoc.kers and feeders 250M:
southern steers 250ffj)3C5; do co'vs
150(5205; native cows, 150(37.": do
heifers 250W475;- bulls 175350:
calves 2205.
Hog receipts ICOt), 5fft10 lower:
top 590: bulk of sales, 5S0(fi)5S7 1-2;
heavy 5S0(f,5S5; packers 580590;
dIl's and lislits 570587 1-2
Sheep, reeeipts 7,000 steady; native
lambs 4(ff525; native wethers 375fr
3!)0nutive ewes; 3 ft' "CO; western
lambs, 4510; western yearlings,
350ffi)390; western sheep 325(83(!0:
Blockers and feeders, 250i)400.
One Case Where American Qenlue U
Still at Fault.
"Fine laces," said W. W. Chace,
"constitute one of the most readily
salable clasaes of merchandise which
is imported to this country, and It Is
a source of wonder that American
genius has not devised some way in
which to meet this demand with a do
mestic article which will serve the
same purpose and can be sold at
something like the same price.
"But It has not," he continued. "We
have had many machines invented,
but the nearest we can come Is to
manufacture a type of lace which Is
naturally cheap and does not In any
sense approach Its hand-made foreign
rival. Of course, American women
could be taught In time to knit such
fine fabrics as their sisters do in Ira
land, England, France, Germany ana
Spain; but we In this country are too
busy making money to waste tlaie In
that way.
"I have traveled all orer Europe,
and the most Interesting method of
making lace over tbure that I came
across was at Plauen, Germany. It Is
woven on a kind of bolting cloth made
of fine silk, and after the pattern I?
completed a certain acid, parts of
which are kept secret, Is applied and
he bolting cloth eaten away, leaving
only the lace. They also have a way
of altering the strength of the acid
In order to give the lace rich, old
color." Louisville Herald.
Gen. Tracy'a Queer Hand.
Some time during the year before
Gen. Tracy was appointed secretary
of tho navy and went to Washington
to live, the Tracys had in their Urook
ivn home an Irish servant girl who
was something of a character. Tall,
rawboned and muscular, cross-eyed
and frackled. she was not much to
look at. but her dignity was not to be
trifled with. Unable to read or write,
her Ingenuity In evading the admis
sion was a source of much amusement
to het employers. One day when the
members vC the family were all away
Id the country she received a telegram
from the general, and, taking It
around to the grocery store, she said
to the proprietor, whom she knew
"Tom, there's Jnt on word In this
telrfrram I can t make out The gen
eral does write such a queer hand."
New York Times.
Little Known Degree.
Join M.il-y has lfli tfrtn th de
cree of IJ D. by Edinburgh nnlver-
Ity. but th author of the IJfe uf
Gladstone" will not ne th distinc
tion, nor will tils frtn,s "doctor" tlm
He already powc-iiwd the tf-rr-. any
may, and hidm Ms elder brot, r
mas a Ir. Mork-y. Most pu'die tnn
are chary about maVir.g am fT rorr f.ii
rontary bofiorm. Hut Blr Anbit.aM
O-lkle t'-Tls atwt a Portrt.roan ml.
maa n no md-. Tie latter t-Vt ?
the tnlTlals T. P." to tb mid
be tijblwn'4 on l.U m'tliic -ar5
"ttl.et 0o-s It m"nr Ms frV-"!
el4 Mm. "W'--1. I M we t
rtrtit tttte: in t,v tt. W-r." i
it:u't4. "anl a I ifltiaVm tit a'
le f'mV' !" ti"-i L I tt.'Hjjrti! I
mn)4 irt j'it I. V. V. It su-aLi
lAl'd tivm I'-iii).'"
Higher Temperature Throughout the
West Wert Responsible for
Weakness of the Corn
Chicago, Sept. 22. Improved de
mand for flour In tho northwest wiu
largely rcKonHihlt for streiiKih In
wheat hero today. Another vital fae
tor was higher price for cash gram
and May wheat closed 1 1-2 higher;
In southwestern markets. December
com 1-4 P-S lower; oats down 3-Kfy
12 and provisions steudy.
Under tho Inllueuce of lower ca
bles and favorable weather, through
out tho corn bell, wheat opened a
trlllo oaslor: December wnd .May be
ing unchanged to 1-8 lower. Mode.-
ale liquidation by local t ruder rc-
MUlted In ail additional decline, De
cember seling to 1US G-8 and May to
110 3-8(91-2. Tiio declino apparent
ly was duo more to a lack of demand
(hl( IL jll- llinir. As the ut-sxlou ad
vanced trading became more brisK,
prospectH ol ruiny weather in nn;
(..rthwixit. hrlnirlnir out a number of
buying orders from commission
houses. The market grauuiuiy o
sumud a strong undertone. Tho flour
liiinntiim tn tli northwest was pel-
haps the mot promnlent fuel or, re
ports from Minneapolis lniiicaiing
cidedly increased demand. News
from the southwest also were bullish,
a St. Louis message predicting a fuU
lnr rtr in wheat arrivals there. An
.wivntino of three cents In the
i.riiMi nt xnch wheat at Kai
sas City accounted for much of ths
late bullishness hero, me marKc.
closed practically at the highest of
the day. December reached 110 5 8
and closed 110 1-2 anil May close.
119! i.i
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago
reported 904 cars, against i. iu:.
win. If and 715 II. veftr 111TO.
Higher temperature throughout the
west were the main factor In pro-(limine-
a weak corn market. The
market was weak from beginning to
end. December opened a i-naiie to j-i
to 3-8 lower, sold between rj u-s anu
50 ?Il-2 and closed to 50 c.
TJppnints 5!) cars. 30 contract.
Heavy realizing by cash houses
anil linuifliitinn hv local lontTS caused
weakness in oats. December open
ed unchanged to llffrl-Zc lower, som
between 31 1-4 and 31 ts ami
closed at 31 3-8 (S) 1-2.
Receipts 180 car. " 1 "TV;
PcnviKlrtn wpcp utpadv in svmiiEi
thy with hogs. Owing to a strong
rush eltnntinn thpr was cnnsldei-
able bullish talk on lard and there
had some effect on the general mar
ket. January pork closed i -z low
er nt 1312 1-2; lard 2 1-2 off nt 727 1 2
and ribs a shad higher at 080.
Rang Bell and Was Served Like His
Human Compatriots.
In a town In the south of France
twonty poor people were served wltfc
dinner at a certain hour every day.
A dog belonging to the place was al
ways present at this meal to watch tot
the scraps that were now and then
thrown to him. The guests, however,
were poor and hungry, and, of cours.
not very liberal. So the poor dog hard
ly did more than smell the feast, of
which he would have liked a Fharc.
Now, It happened that this dinner was
ffived out to each one on his ringing
a bell, but, es the person who served
tt c dinner handed it through a small
opening, he did not see who received
it. Well, ono day e deg had waited
till all the poor people had gone.
Having himself got very little te eat,
he reached up, took hold of the rope
') his teetV and rang the be!'.. A
?:(Cd dinner was at once bandcl ouf.
and the dog ate it with great delight
''his vas done by the dog for several
ilayc, but the rogue was at length
found out. It was thought, however
so clever for a dog that he was al
lowed to take his regular turn at the
dlbner every day. Thus he went on
for a fong time, ringing the bell and
Uklnf bis meal with the others
fSt; Xao 0i (Main vm 0u(f 1 A--AJ
4oj -giKi'S 3J" -"1J MIM V' 'a J'Ml
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iiiiinqa qi jo ;iq ao uqi
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-B jnoqe S omdtf jo -j -l
itoiteindo put tajy a.uedrf
twj oqi Ja
ftmjp noj pnanbajj r n'ujed
j-n pooa )) tm fim im
an.-MP eil ttouipai niiO'Ol hojjbc
jo s-ij-vli y m ot p-q ii
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atj rtt)JO X .ivomtn
ire ii-;naBt n fom oj ifu1r.j4
-ia q jrnoa x llji.. 'Joo-i l"'i '
tn fMJrnt'H 'Jfttl "'"1
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(1'oiitinus.l from Page Quo I
dial itttt baruMHiy ainl tniihuiaut iht-fa
mad fVldelii'ti of I hi' culii'Ug ui--
ot i lit puny.
lumiKrai)- I uiruniiiiig mini oue
lmpul. to rediviu iho fouuir .M
Ho look tint auitimrt) by nuui by
iHvidu iIihi if Alii.ilimu l.iiuiila ma
liking linlay, he mould Ih a liemof'W :
m-iiKH-iatir pnuiipli rj tbi uf
.Mr. I.imoln.
Davi Dislikes Speech making.
Mr. hat I announced today that it
TTTTTTTTrTTiT-ai imi to iimka umny
Mi.t-ei-ln-s while mi hi lour of ih
(i uiitry campaigning.
"I am liol I" "i n ol M l.e-ll limMT.
ard rather dislike the tak." said Ken
uior DuvU. "My Intention U to gel
u omul among the jitHiple ami uu-el
ihm wliH a llll, niieechuittkiiiB a
iiis!ble. We have wlih u here Sen
ator Chnrles A. Towe. of New York.
til l imu of the inoxt able oraior I
l.miw of. He will be with me for a
sbort lime, lie wUI do ihe public
speakliiK. and It win tie my aim to
(idi.i iid ma ii v voter iieriMUially u
Ik iMisslble. I make more Mend ill
thai way than ny gemim up m inre mi
audience and muklnit a hMt'eh."
Mr. Davis leaves tomorrow for Para-flHbiii-K
on bilHlneiiK. and mill nol make
any speeches du Ing Ihe remuiliuer or
the week.
Bailey Will Tour West Virginia.
It was unnoikiced at the Democratic
h ud(umters tisluy that Seuutor Halley
ol Texus. who Is muklng a tour of the
country, would upend some lime In
West Virginia. Ihe dale lor ins ar
.linl litis not vet been set. but his first
fK iii-urMiico will be nt Harper's Ferry,
and ho will follow along th lialilmore
: Ohio when he reaches Wheeling,
iinklnit many slops and speaking at
many meetings.
Marble Cutters End Strike.
New York. Sept. 22. Win. E. Na-
son's resignation from the presidency
of the building trades alliance, which
was presented yesterday, was followed
i.i.iiiv liv tlm return to work of the
memhois of Ihe Helinnce Labor Club
of Marble Cutters, of which Nason Is
tne neaii.
Grain and Hay.
Quotations for canoad lots delivered
on tracks Beaumoat or other points
taking same rates. Dealers charge
from store 610c per 10 pounds more
on bran, 23c per bushel on oats ana
corn, 1015c per 100 on by.
Oats Texas. 505Dc; No. 1 mixed,
49c; white, 5153c.
Bran Per 100 pounds 1.3036.
Corn chops, pure $1.30 1.40.
Oats Texas 4345c.
Corn 7074e. a
Hay Choice 'alfalfa, 116.00; choice
timothy. $17.00: South Texas prairie,
17.50 8.50: Johnson grass. I9.GU0
Feed products very stiff, wltn ad
vanclnK tendency.
Market barely steady, with a declin
ing tendency.
Hides and WooL
Dry flint butchers, IS pound and
up, 13c.
Dry flint kips, tinder 16 pounds, 10
. Dry salt, hides, over 18 pounds, 10c;
under 18 pounds, 3c.
W. 3. hides, S l-27e.
Sheep pelts, 15 to 40c.
Goat skins, 10 to 15o.
Horse Zialr 16 to 18c.
Wool, free spring, 12 1-J to lie.
Wool, free fall, 10c.
WooL hard burry. 8a.
Butter ana Cheee
Ruttnr illue Star. 25: dairy
butter 18a20: Elgin, 2(ia27; Hern ice
Fancy Creamery, 2H: Meadow Gold, AO:
Fancy renovated creamery, 23a24.
Allison's Pure pasteurized cream
butter, single pound 35c; 2 pounds
for 5c.
Cheese Full cream fiats, 141; daisies
141; prints, 15; full cream Longhorns,
Flour and Sreadeturfa.
Flour BasisiJ 48.1b sacks. Kancv
high pitent $3.C0; fancy half patent
$5.30: third grade $150; 24111 sacus
10 per barrel higher: flour In wood, 30
per barrel hiemerear lots 10o less.
Farinaceous Goods Grits. hnmy
and cream meal, in 40-lb sacks, ier
sack, 7i- pearl meal in -lli sacks,
$1 95 tier barrel of four sacks; Scotch
o"Us S2.Ufta3.00: Friends' oats $2.!ifia
3. 00' Columbia oats. 2.85: Hawkeye
oats, 2.8ft; Hecker's buckwheat, 11-lb
packages, $1.80.
Crackers A H C soda bulk, boxes,
7 l-lb cartons, tier dozen. 100: Kingfr
snaps, "!: creams, fs, stage planks, i
cakes and jumbles. 11
Canned Oooda,
California F.xtra Standard (2i-lb
tins) Hlax-k -herries, $2.2-'i; mhite
cherries, t2.2ft; Y. C. pewhes, SI. "ft;
I i.. feaches i.m: apricots, H.trff;
Bartlett tiears SI.Ko: crapes. SI. 50:
standard, 10 per dozen less.
Kaftern Canned Goods and Vege
tablesNo. 3 apples, 8ft: sliced plneac
ples. $1: K. and C. tiineapples, Sl.M):
ex grated pineapples, $1.7ft: pineaiple
chunks, l-lb cans, SI.Vi. pineapple
chunk. U-lb cans. Sl.wi: SingaiHire
ex-grated pim-ariple, ILKft; 2-io tieara,
:: Z-IIj atram-ii-T !. wo: z-ih tiia.-tc-
e'-rie. 2-lb tica h-n, nfine: 2-lb
fuil-weigbt tottistoes, 7.rxO: 3-lb full
m-eiL'ht Wmatc-v l.m; Z-lh lichtrtr-ight
VwkhUk-. NKaS.-,: 3-lb liirbt-meit'l.t. tTc
J-lb kraut 2-lhlVit I'oisex i,ift.l
June j-as. l.'ni: 2-lb standard .Marrow
fat iw. I.'": 2 1b ligbt-v-iirU Mar
ro Hi Wi: 3-lb pumt.kin. UT,: 2-lb
Hi f r.iJc rn. 1.Z-: Z-IL Al
"ra, l.ZOal.io: 3-ib Cupid bulled corn,
OrvB ana Chemicals.
Quinine. 3440 r ounr-e bottl
m'ind.iw, 2 J'.J,'fl f-r ourw-: '-rx-aip
I - tTof tfat M0jt- k, md it
I'fi-lb fa k a;" 't'p"ra Z.' in 1r.
r-1; a,"f ( !. 1-20 T c;im in S-p-')oti
f k ;': nwn a'. J J"i (t
li li. in lis"-!: !--. in, I. lt i
it fa lot.: nr. 1 2', r li l in
bTi-l: a' !( i"-r lo. in lir"-':.
t ai iwtn r I, 4 ' per 1'ju o: all-!
wsr. 7r 'b. u l e,rra. j
Canneel Melaeee.
f!.iral ('mum: iralUin. 110. ball
Sii. itimrid l ift: Uro de
lUtiarlrt, gallon. 4 U nail fai
quari lTTi: Kairoiuel byru, It lb.
:,uu, i to. s- m i-w.
Dries Fruit n4 Nut,
1 oi. cleaijMl current, 3d la caa,
II. ki 14 rlMonMl rurreula. 4H la
cae, iM-rlbs It: 3 Homo hmyrna Im
MirteJ UK. Id-lb bxe, -r imiuiiJ,
1I o t itimn urn) r n iinHineo ug. iv
.v lli. I - i-.ia n Califor
nia Ok', l-tburuk. 10 lb boxes, per
i...w I - .-r..i. n I'alif.iriiia Ul. l-lb
i-art'tio. 10-lb Imikc, ier lo, l.2.i: 12 oi
pafaMf hh1h1 raikiu. a in cata,
i.k.r u- 10 iia iiakaitta aaediid
raisius, 3d In ca, fer lin kage, M;
t crown U U raiin. 20 lb Itoxe. er
box, i.UO; 3ci oo 1. I Ualulu, SO. in
txixes, per bos, 2.1; 2 t rowu L. Ik
r.l.ii.d JLHi luiie. ia-rlHix.70: Amer
t'ur.li sa cliroii, lo-lb iMixea, er lb,
1: Anier. orange eoi, 10 in iMixea, nr
lb, 14: Ainer. lemon ped, 10 lb 041X1.,
i IK II- V.-. I California almond.
soft shell, sack coulaiiiiug about 80
pound, per lb. lb lets quantities, per
lb: 17.
lcn-812 it lb.
Rope-8lal, 1-lrt ban 01, Manila
cotton, XXX. H 3-4.
SalV ItiM'k, U.OO per ton: Louisiana
coarse. ti:Texs and Kana, Mr bid,
tto-. ittO; Ht-3. i7.': H0-2, SiHA
fickle-I'l nt, UA: quart, !..' ;
gallon, tX'Z-": l-gallon, 4: ft gallon
kegs, 12; Id-gallon kegs, l l.;0; Cross
and lilackweU' pint, Xi.
I'nndv Slick, wiuiimm1, st anil aril
Aa7; fancy mixeil, in pail, illu'.i;
fancy In cases. llalM- roo 1ImI2.
sitnn-n I '.net. 40-lii Mixes. 4: i?loHS
bulk, 4J: Nickel, 1X00; 1 to 3 pound
paoicaiies. oa-..
Molusses icniriiugai, iair, i
prime, 2tia2S; choice 2330.
Corn Syup 30Jl.
- Texas and Nw Orleans R. R. Co.
Test bouna.
Vn A luol Arrives 7:00 D.m.
No. Liocai ..leaves o m u.
No. 10 Sunset Limited Arrives a, m
l.envnn 9:05 a. T-.
No. 4. Oriole to Echo Arrives 11:16
p. m. Leaves iz:'ao p. ro.
No. 8 Texas Express Arrives 117 p
m I.navea 10:05 n. m
No. 192. From Sour Lake Arrives at
7:to p. m.
West Bound.
No. 7 Texas Express to San Antonio
Arrives 7:18 a. m., Leaves 7:2$
a. m.
No. 3 The "Oriole" Arrlyes :67 p.
m.. Leaves 4:07 p. m.
No. 5 Local Arrives 7:23 p. ra., Leave
at 7:33 p. m.
No. 9 "Sunset Limited" Arrives 9:21
p. m.. Leaves 9:33 p. m.
No. 191. To Sour Lake Leaves 7:01
a, m.
North Bouno.
No. 165.
No. 166.
No. 161
No. 162
No. 113.
To Dallas Leaves 9-o0 p. m.
From Dallas Arrive 8:40 am.
8outh Bound.
To Sabine Leaves 9:4f a. to.
From Sabine Arrives '6:10 p.
Local to KocKland Leaves
9:30 a. m
No. '.i Local from Rockland Arrive
(:30 p. m.
Kansas City Southern.
North Bound.
No. 2 for St. Louis, Kansas City,
Shreveport, Texarkana and Fort
Smith leaves 7:50 a. m.
No. 4 for Kansas C'ty, Joplin, Fort
Smith, Texarkana and Shreve
port leaves 7: SO p. m.
South Bound.
No. 1 from St. Louis, Kansas City,
Fcrt Smith, Texarkana and
Shreveport arrives.. ..9: id p. m.
Leaves for Port Arthur. .9:15 p. ra.
No. 3 from Kansas City, Joplin, Fort
Smith, Texarkana and Shreve
port arrives 8:40 a. m.
Leaves for Port Arthur. 8:46 am.
Port Arthur 8ervlce.
To Port Arthur.
No. 3 departs 8:40 a. m.
No. 6 departs 10.30 a. m.
No. 7 departs 4:15 p. m. (Sunday on
No. 45 Local Freight departs 8:00 p.
m. (except Sunday -No.
1 departs 9:15 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
No. 46 arrives 10:05 a. m. (except
No. 4 arrives 7:45 p. m.
Gulf, Colorado A. Santa Fs.
Kansas City Mall and Express.
No. 218 Is-aves 5:00 p. ra
No. 217 Arrives 12:25 p. m.
Saratoga Expresa.
No. 204. Leaven 7:00 a.m.
No. 203. Arrives 7:00p.m.
Gulf and Interstate Railway.
No. 2 (Soulk lmnd departs 9 a. m.
No. 4 (Konih Iwdind) d'-part 4 p. m.
except Ssliirday, G p. m.
No. 1 I North bound) arrives 7: 20
p m.
No. 3 ( North bound) arrives 1:20
P. m.
Beaumont Sour Lake and Western
No. 1 l West bound) depart 7:30
a. m.
No. (aent loiind) d'-parts 4:10 p
No. 2 ( F.;r-t iKiund) arrive 12:1
p m.
No. 4 fKa t bound) arrives 7:00
p m.
For Sale at Bargain.
40 b-ad of young mules.
11 road wac'ftia.
2 log wxtronv
Will r-11 all or nsrf. lunt to suit the
pur.-han-r. Th mnlwi and warotia
tan be n'-"" at Florin. T ji A'ilret;s
W. M. TF.NM1M.F..
Boi 141. Invi te. La. $ 24 1 14 C
Su!-"i ' f'r lh- IV-aiinvrtit Imilf
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Seasonable Specialties
New Spare Ribs, Fulton Market Beef,
Frekh Sauer Kraut. New Dill Pickles,
Imported Swiss, Brick and Limburger Cheese.
FRF.E::-An Imported China Cup and Saucer
with each Pound of Tea.
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Coftright. Burr Metntosh Art Studies. ,XC
Each New Subscriber Can
Get an Art Picture With
The First Month's
I i 8ubc-l; '.Ion.
Diana Brick h Tile Co., Lid.
Makers of Common
The Best Brick in the World
Address: LOEB, TEXAS
to St. Uals via Colorado
Tblfrrangement applies from
nainciuaca Stop-over' privilege, that you may enjoy
jvurnrai vacation ana Heat
oeiore or aiur visiting
Higgins Oil & Fuel Co.
Beaumont Texas.
Producers and Shippers ofCRUUU
and Beaumont. 51 or a
Morgan City
Unexcelled l iliticn for making prompt ftTiipmcnt by rail or
waver. We -.'' li:'t Uirtr on tlio Calf for new tog
'Gilbert" an "Hiirir;n." '"rrr
X Heary Catinc. Frinc anJ Strsn.taral Work. Saw mil
Z Work a Specialty. We'l Wathi.xrr Built sod Repaired.
4'i s
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and to Colorado via St. teals.
all polnta in tbaSouthweat
Ctu Pass, Acoii.
PETtfOLUUrt Irons Sour Laka
Tanks Bu moil t. SaMna,
and Sour , Lake.
- snrmdenr - ajoUcited.
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