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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 84. 1904.
COTTON MARKET CLOSED STEADY PRICES WERE IRREGULAR WITH RECOVERY AT END OF THE SESSION. t fc LITTLE ACTIVE BULL SUPPOLT Lie.J!tM, Persistent Buying of October Cave a Firmer Tone to the Entire LUt Liverpool Cables Strong Hester's Statement. Now Yok, Sept. 23. Tliu mitriiiiiK market was ueilvo nail excited wlili pili'.H mlvmicliiK I" v. It lilii u Hiiiit or nt of I In pri'vloiiH IiIkIi level, hut luli'r la I ho day IiiihIiii'hh dwindled nnd tho iLUil.i t lout mrt of tho advuiice, l IIumikIi it cloned Kli uily nl u moderate tuin. The opening vux Mendy nl mi cIiihiuimI price Ui un udvuuce of 7 pIlilllH. Al II rut timllnis Hooini'il In ho wiine- v.hal iiliiithcllc. hill soon lifter th ii II thorn wan ureal activity on con Uiiiii'il hail rn reimrtH from private miurccH and minors lluii frost had oe- (lined in llio C'liroilllUH hint IliKlll There was iicllvo hull Kiiiiorl on IhiH new eoiulllloii wlili Llveritool rally )iiK. New Orlouiw II i-m ami near by MliorlH con i i UK' tlio market showed u m l tiaiii of ahoiit IK to Z points. Tin) nlleriiooll hllHillc.Htt llcemed to he falling !T wmicwhal and price unidiially reacted, hut there was per hIhIciiI hliviim if October on all weak PpolH and this imparted a certain firm iicsm tu dm en l Ire lint. New York Shorts. Now York, Sept. 21!. Cotton closed titeady itntl inieliaiwil . Mid 1:1 c; re ccipls i;7l; hliipiiK.nls wiles Uuti; fctoeks 11,747. Liverpool. I.ivt'iiiool, Sept. -3. Cotton npot in limited demand; prices (i points low er; American mid lair, U'JO; good mid mid titi2; low mid li:M; good or dinary Ii72; ordinary. G88 Tlio Kales fur tho day were 3.00U liiiies, of which 3U0 were for Hpeeu lal.ioii ami export and iiiclded 210U Ameiican. Uccelpts 10,000 lmles In eluding 7lu) American. American mid bo c Sept. (1:14; Sept, Oct ,VJ7; Oct Nov TiSS; Nov Dec 5SS; Dec Jan GK4: Jan Keb 0S3; Feb March uKi; March Apl April May uS;i; May Juno 083. New York Statement. New York, Sept. 23. Cotton quiet; mid 112; gioss receipts 9135; slock 414'JO; exports Great rsrilain 821; to lal today, net receipts 43337; exports (J rent UritainSU2; Prance 10,351); Mock 300020. Consolidated not receipts 28-1838 exports Great lfritam GUttlM; Knuicu ;!ii,770; continent 4(j!.';7. 'i'olal sinco Sept. 1, net receipts fi-ll.rilO; exports Croat ilritain 203313 Franoe 40287; continent 10U334; Jap an 1100; Mexico 1000. New Orleans Futures. New Orleans, Sept. 23. Cotton fu Hues steady; Sept. 1081 a 82; Oct 1058 a Kit; Nov 1004 a (ili; Doc lotiil; Jan 107(5 a 77; Fch 84; March 1()!)4 a !5. New Orleans Spots. New Orleans, Sept. 23. Cotton cpii- ei and steady; sales 4,050; ordinary S 1-4; good ordinary 9 9-10; low mid 10 3-10; mid 10 3-4; good mid 10 15 16 mid lair 113-10; receipts 3888; stock 47773. New Orleans. New Orleans, Sept. 23. There was n fair spot demand for spot cotton hut the supply was limited and trading was consequently lesi rioted. Factors are asking 18 c ahove I he quotat ions, Sales 4050, including 3000 to ar rive. Trices uiipir.ited. Futures opened steady at a net ad vance of 4 to 12 points, inline-need hy lienor Liverpool than expected, Th ouglioiit. the morning tho under nine was linn altliougli tho ring was dull nml tradhnr moderate in At tho middle off the session prices were 17 and 18 points higher than tho close of yesterday. Ijilor in the lny realizing hy longs caused price to ease off 9 to 10 Hiints. i lie market closed stoadv nt net rains of 7 to 9 points. MjUETiUlfc:- ' f. Galveston. nalveston. Sept. 23. Cotton nt.idv trld 10 3-4: sales 1542; receipt 15734"; Ktook 9223t. World's Visible Supply. New Orleans, Sept. 23. Secretary Hester's statement of the world' vis line pnpply of cotton made up fr.wn pMTla calde ami tolegraiihic advico comparer the figures of this wrV mil,, last week, last rear and th'' year lieforc. li fhwx an Inrroa-.' fr the week Just closed of (a) V57 ag.-iinxt an fncreano of (mi l;-;. 77 last year and an Inrrease (li) 231. H5 year before last. Tho total visible (a) l.2.7!r acainxt al 1.227. M lat w-k. fai I. 1 !'i. .::-. In t Aear ani Oil 1.74. r,::s vear l.e n lnVf. Of thin total of Arii'-T ican ciion 1 fa) fcf.r.. 7;7 acainM s f.1S, mo la-.t w'. tal riv.r.r:': la t vr nnri d. i .?!(. vtir b fore tas. ami rf all cb--Viri'l. iPf-lnine Kirrri'. r?ra-.il. Tnill (si r.r..7'i atain-t lal !'.,i'' la -.1 w.i-k. (a -r.:;l.eKi la- r..jr an'1 I I. 1 tv.i-tn rear iKfor. la 1. Tt,- ttwit rM vi-il'l" mm'T rfim P" a'ive .5inn an in'a" f!ii.8ir-1 Isi" 'k " 11 ''" inf-f-i"- r'n,Tir.1 iih ,f 1'Ti tt1-ri-riar- rf ,.l .i-h r.rr 1-f -' lat i.f r.1' Cf 'b- tll i:-iM? uj'l'lr ,jl cotton m above ilicrtt hi now afloat ami held in Ureal Hiiuiii mid couii miHal Kuropo t.r.Jt.iMMi. HtjHlniil Sur,,. imm( Iuni yeur and hTH.iMMi year lefou lust; In Ksypi M.iiimi, HKalnst li'.,iuii Itthl year ami !S,iiiM yiar heforo liwr In lii'lia 2S.imm. ayaliihl 2'M.miu (am year ami 2li7.nuO year before lat. ami In llio fulled Wale -t.o... aualiiiii :t::,iMHi pint year ami &k 1 ,tH.-1 year before Inst. FINANCIAL. Bank Clearings, New Turk. Sept. 23. Tho following lahlo compiled hy Uradstreet show tho hunk clearings at the cities nam ed for the week oltdotl Hop!, 21. with llio percentage of Increase and ile eronHO a( inmpareil with the corres ponding week lasl year. Totals in clude clearings of llfiy iwo other cit ies. Cuiuiillaii totals Include clear- lugs of seven other cities ui Camilla. i a 2 2 i a New York ..l.nft7.447.22S' :n.r,! ChloiiKo , 173.3C,1.729 2." 117,:!.ri!.9IS ' 0.3 U1.S91. n i : s.n r.7.orii.9i9 17.1 38,11 ll.1liN 2L9 28,i;9X,3l 3 I 32.4."fi..ril9 12.7 2 1,509.1 50 19.9 23,257.7951 5.71 11,192,7101 IS.fil 9.581.3271 I 2.7 n.37fi,9fi5 Ifi.r. 5.753,5X01 fl.C.I 3.575.9(!0 R.r.l 3.li52.408 40.r. 3.5C.9.S79I 4.21 3.din.9Si :.r, 2,7!I3,07!H 23.71 1, f.r.7.n:'SI 13.?! 2, n?f,.n"5! .o.r,.5i 2,473.0251 1S.1I 1,011.731! I 51 704,8091 112.0 71 1.H4I 14.01 1,210.370! I25.5 407.0S9! I25.2 r,9o.ini! nil 754.09SI M.RI 17,302.0001 R.nl ' 2n,o55,r.27 ni.r.i Iloslou I'hiladelphln . St. I.onls . I'lttshurg ... Itallimoro ... San Francisco Cincinnati ... KniihiiR City . New Orleans Louisville ... Savannah ... Denver Hlclimonil , . . Memphis .... Washington . Fort Worth .. Atlanta Norfolk Angosln Nashville ... nirminghnm . Maonn Utile Pock ., Knoxville . . . I.oxlngton ... Chattanooga , Jacksonville , "Calvoston .. Ilouslon ... 1 Totals IT. S..$21,r.S,7Sfi.S07l Tolnls outside I of New York RSI. 259,5101 Dominion of Canada, Montreal $ Pl.rtnfi.wi Totals $54,333,137! 20.r,i I 11.7! 15.21 Not included in totals herause con taining other items thnn clearings. London Exehantie . London. Sent. 23. Consols for monev SS 1-S; do account 88 3-1(1: har silver, stendv. 2(i 1-4: money I 1-2. Three months 2 3-Stli 7-lfi. New York Exchanne. New Yorl;, faopt. i.,. i,ioso pi um. , mercanlile paper 4 (ft 5 sterling ex- chancre stendv with notnal business in bankers bills at 4S5.80WIS5.sr, for demand and at 4S3.50483S.0O for GO days. Posted rates 4S! 1 and 4S n'iM-cial bills 482 3-47i4S3 1-2. com" Har silver 57 1-4; Mexican dollars 45 1-2: government bonds strong; railroad bonds firm. j New York Money. New York, Sent, 23 Money on call firm highest 2: lowest 1 3-4; rul ing rale and last loan 2; closing bid 1s 3-44: offered at 2. Time loan steadv fio days 3l-4: ninety days 3 1-201-4; six months 2 3-4ffi3. Dunn's Report. New York, Sept. 23. It. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade tomor row will nay: Trade expands steadily and confi dence Increases with the harvest in;; of the crops nnd mercanlile collec tions are less tardily met. Lowe' temperature, stimulate! tlio demand for fall and winter wearing apparel and there is more disposition to pre pare for the future rather than coii line operations within the limit of requirements. This improvement U extending to all departments of man ufacturers and in aggregate there is less idle machinery than at any re cent date. Railway earnings for September were 5.7 per cent larger than a year ago and foreign com merce at this port for the last week, shows n gain or 2.945.007 in exerts and compared wllh 1903 although Im ports decrea sed ?713,fi70. Moderate gains coiiainne to bo made by the textile Industries, par ticularly as to woolens nnd worsteds. Staple lines are quoted somewhat higher nnd nromt doliver'es are urir od by purchaser"1. Increased activi ty at the mills has lieied to sustain ahe eastern market for wool. Irreg ularity In cotton goods must he ni tribiit'ed to an erratic demand that emnnnlea from uncertainty rogardlni ihn row tnnierinl. Activity is greater In the case where Mocks are low. an ! hi in urgent business Is dime at fml prices hut concessions occur on otherl sale that call for future di liverbv. Firmness continues in packet hides, independent tanners maUni lilral purchases, l-irco sales .f. branded and Colorado hide, re- corded Countr hMo, weake- hilt, receipt nt foreign 1ii''e r" , qnietlv absorbed. Ier grade fit hemlock sole leather are fill active. Other lines are Meadv l.t't quiet. j New Orleans New Orlean. Petit. Sugar. 2'.. Snc.ir 1-4 ? 3 3-4: ntell tmne: cpen kettle i-Mllo centrifnff' 4i 12: centrifiira! whit 4 7-: yellow . "" 'md 2 .- 4: moisHw n1""'"'- wn kel'le 2ft7?5; rentnfucal l"'r 15; syrup nominal. Pipe Line Balances. Oil Titr. Prt. "c-d'i l,,ai"-r 153 r-r"ieif-!(e 'me. j-,i:j.ttv-" 1-et.nnvlvania 51 .'".: "'; 41 Sfi'-'TTI"'. 1."WS - . : 11 I Merf 7" "11- fl'oi-. li"i .-..- average !"i.o. EXCITEMENT IN ' WHEAT MARKET INTIMATION DEMAND IN OF BIG EXPORT WERE FACTORS THE CASE. LIGHT OFFERINGS RAISED PRICES Rumor That French Government In tended Removing the Duty on Wheat Help to Stiffen the Market. Corn Firm. f'hlcngo, Sept. 23. In a whirl ' excitement, wheat for Decemher do liverv today advanced :i 1-2 ahove !ycBtorlny'H closing. Intimntioiis of 'n hlg export ileiiiaiul were the inuln fact org In causing the nilvance. The market closed nt the hlghoRt point. Corn Is up 1-4 'it 3-8; oats on 1-2TI 5-8 anil provisions practically un changed. The excitement In wheat enme towards the close of the day. roi- withstanding heavy receipts In the northwest, tho market opened Jinn, Decemher heing up l-8(f?1-4 and May 1-8 lower to 1-4 higher. The linprov- ed tone nt the Rlart was due to high er cnhles, wet weather in Mnnitoha and Minnesota, and decreased ship ments from Argentine. News irom abroad wns considered extremely bullish. Shorts, alarmed at. the pros pects, were anxious buyers. With light offerings, prices rose rapidly. A factor in the foreign sit uation was a rumor that the French government was contemplating the removal of duty on wheat and that, a well known foreign statistician re ports that "llie requirements of im porting countries this year were the heaviest on record. These advices, combined with roiiorts from St. Louis of a good demand for flour, were the principal influences. Just before tho close, December sold nt 1.14 and May advanced to 1.14 1-2. December clos ed at 1.13 3-4 7-8 and May nt 1.1 m-2. Minneapolis, Dithith and Chicago reported 997 cars, against 514 last wok and 535 a year ego. Warm weather throughout the west was the dominating influence in corn. The market was rather easy through out the greater part of the day, but the late advance in wheat caused a firm tone at the close. December opened unchanged to 1-4 higher, sold between 49 1-4 and 50 3-8, and closed at 50 1-3 3-8. Receipts 277 cars, 15 contract. Oats were weak as a result of rapidly in creasing stocks. Trading was light . )nostly of local character. De- rnmi)Pr onened a shade lower, ranged betwen 30 3-8 and 31 1-2, and 31 1-2, and closed , at 30 7-8. Receipts lb4 cars. Early weakness in corn induced , ,...4. some liquidation or provisions ni. (there was enough' demand to hold steady. The fact that the hog movement is small and shows no sign 0f increasing, prevents any great amount of selling. January pork closed a shade higher at 13.12 l-2(fi) 13.15; lard was up 2 1-2 at 7.30. lie- ( ceipts 080, lislimaled receipts tomorrow 119 138 cars wheat; corn 204 cars; oats cars. Hogs 10,1100. BRADSTREET'S REPORT. Cold Weather While Retarding Crops Has Stimulated Fall Trade. New York, Sept. 23. Dradstreet's will say tomorrow: Cold weather, while retarding or I injuring some late crops, lias boon stimulating the fall trade, both re tail and wholesale, which shows an apparent increase in volume over a year ago. The Improvement is most marked in dry goods, clothing, gro ceries, shoes and hardware. Distributive trade is better through out the south. The labor situation is rather quiet on the whole, although some notably large strikes continue unsettled. Among the industries Improved Is to be noted the iron industry: pig iron is rather better particularly in portions of the west, but finished products fail to respond liberally to recent price reductions. The cotton industry still pursues a halting course, price uncertainties breeding conservatism. Wool has been firm this week, the statistical position being a strong one. Woolens have been and are In good demand. but men's wear fabrics have hardly moved as fast as desired, j Failures In the 1'nitnl States for the week ending SeplomlHT 22 num ber 503 against 107 last week. 185 in the like week In 19'C. 172 in V.2, 195 in 1S01 and Us in 1900. In Canada, failures fur the week numlH-r 27 against 29 last H'k. LV 8T0C, ... vtt444444 KlB11, -.. Kansas City, Kannas City. S ft. 2S.-rattl.- I- c.,,t, S.Oirfi; (.toady; choice aI)(j dprHBP(J )mh j TK .-, (,,,; f;ijr .r, Bff(, --r:,,,: m,.-i,m fed ""tr --- :Vl. r1rtrVf.n ni) ff.,I(.r, j;r,. 1 4"t: KnM'Vfn ie r 2r,ii :;,.r.: : cow. 1 5"i 2'l5: native fin , 1! 375; 1t,( ifer ;:,!,!, ,.i i! i: ::r.ii: mive. zr.,ir,n. Mnr, receipm 4 '": wi't'' d:-1ir n vv :.?: p'-rer 5't5f5: f,ii'c arid ) r.7'ii r,''i; bn. t---i 'i"i -t.i niiv lnl.( n,4(15' ,:i'iv- ' ::;r,7r.; ,v, - ;i .':; .- '-ar1ine S"'i' :'. Iv. W'"1 '.. and lni: and cl. Ti i.s tie 'j.'oti. i'. I: w.H l I n -r-l ti )fi ; NATHAN (ELLS IT FOR LESS. IV iLParacampir ly UI W DUisl.rtr. ijiui;ihi. A WEEK AT THE WORLD'S FAIR Tho Cotton Holt has put on the very low ruto of $11.70 for I he round trip, Shreveport to St. Louis. These tickets will bo sold September 3, 4, 0. 12, 13. 20 and 27. Tlieso tickets allow seven (lays In St. Louis, and will bo honored on our "St. Louis Train" in its Chair Cars nnd 1 land some Day Coaches. Don't forget t he dates, nnd that itcuets snoiiiu no uy the Cotton Holt, from Shreveport. The St. Lonls Train leaves Shreve port at 4:45 p. m., and arrives nt St. Louis n::io nexr mormg. Write U P. Smith, t. t. a., 218 Milam St., Shreveport, La. 8-31 27t THE LOCAL MARKET Grain and Hay. Quotations for carload lots delivered on tracks BeaumoEt or other points taking same rates. Dealers charge from store 6$10c per 10 pounds more on bran, 2ffS3c per bushel on oata and corn 10l&c per 100 oa hay, Oats Texas. S056c; No. 3 mixed, 49c; while, 5153c. Bran Per 100 pounds ?1.3035, Corn chops, pure $1.30(2)1.40. Oats Texas 4315e. Corn 7074c. Hay Choice alfalfa, $15.00; choice timothy, $17.00: South Texas prairie, $7.503.50; Johnson grass. 19.50 10.00. Feed proilucis very still, wltn ad vancing tendwicy. Market barely steady, with a declin ing tendency. Hides and Wool. Dry flint butchers, 15 pounda and un. 13c. Dry Hint klpa, untiisr 16 ponnda, 10 l-2c. Dry salt, hides, ever 18 pounds, 10c; under 18 pounds, 3c. W. S. hides, 6 l-27e. Sheep pelta, 15 lo 40o. Goat elfins, 10 to Inc. Horse aair 15 to TJifc. Wool, free spring, 12 1-8 to Ho. Wool, free fall, 10a. Wool, h&rd burry. 8ii. Butter and Cheei Rntter Ulue Siar. a.r: dairy bultrtr 1a20: Klfin, 2(ia'i7: Herniee Fancy Creamery, 28: Meadow Cold, JO; Fancy renovated creamery, 23a24. AlMson's Pure pasteurized cream butter, Mngle pound 35c; 2 pounds for S5c. Cl-seFll ci-eam flats, 14: daisies 14 1: prints, 15; full cream Longhorns, 15 Flojr and Sreadtturfs. Flour Hastsi 4S. It, sin ks. Fanev high pitent J5.C.0; fancy half patent $5.30: third grade $150; 2111) sacks 10 por barrel bisrber: Hour in wood, JO per hiii-rei biirheroar lots Uic less. Fi.riniieeous (loods Crits. hmniny and cream meal, in 40-11, sacks, per saek, 75' pearl meal in .,.,-! b sacks, l ii5 per barrel of four sacks; Scotch ints 2.ii5a3.0: Friends' oats 2.h5a ? ()(! Columbia oats. L"): Ifawkeye oats, 2.H5; Hooker's buckwheat, 1 1-1 1 packages, 1 1. HO. Crackers A It C soda bulk, boxes, 7" 1-lb cartons, tier dozen. 100: vwpr snaps, 7): crsnms, 8. stage planks, i cakes and jumbles, II Canned Ooodaw California F.xtra Standard (2-lb tins) Dlaek cherries, t2.25; white cherries, I2.25: Y. C. CB-lies, tl.75: I C eacli H.x",: apriootn, H.w: Hartlett jmars 1.X5; (rraies, tl.50; ttandard. l' lcr down Icks. Ka'crn Canned Good and Vee taliles No. 3 apples, W; iliced pinea- ples, II: K and C uineaiiples, l.iO: ex prated pineapples, 41. "': iiineapple chunks. 1-lb can, fl.3-5. pineapple chunkn, l-ll can. H.tiO: ni i if h m ire ex trrale(i pi. leniiiiles, tl.KT,: 2-iu pear, 75: 2-1 b Ktr!i-r ies. Wl: 2-!b black-hc-i ie. K',: 2-:li iea K' . ln.ne; 2-lb fjiJ-weitrlit tomato-. ',',(: 3-lb full jweiu'bl tniHt,M., l.uc 2-lb 1 i f I, t- i i-1 . t lnnn!iii . M".i: -ni j ii i,i in. m.,: 3-lb kra.it l.iV 2-lbIV-tit Pot x iftl JnrwiK'UG I lUt! -H, ttnrift:,r-fl ,Mro- 1 la,. 1 ..),..;. I, Var-I rir'il pea. !: 3-lb pmui kin. !": 2-ib Hi f lliiifc 'nin, 1.2-5: 2-IU Al i-vir, 1.2-'.1 1-ibCupid hullodcoto, 0. Drvc ana cm!ta:a. ; Q.i'i 're. SIsl'V r o.rn-p b'.Vl ei'Ti l ir ". I X'-'O fK-r iiiinec: , li-'inT (it: Ih.isk S-l'ic t r txcirjd 10 imi-iti co i t r, Z ' in bar rels: ri,t(,r ( 1.2-1 T ftl'iin li t r''.n fiS' ki" : 't'Vii '. 2 V "'r (,. in 1: a'.-on.l. 2 '"i -r ra.ion: t . ' ur, 2.25 tT l"i )' -n brrei: a; ,"i lT lb. in V.r- ': r.a,i'-ium ( o'. on per Jw ,b: a,v- "eter. "c 'b .r Srri Can" tWotat, in. ,!? ( . r ti t VI r 1 '. 3 V'. tfik'- 3 75: . i:l1-ri-. i"r, 2 1'!. r f ' ui'- 3 7.' K 1 S i"-P, 1 2.0U. i lb. 2 2-j. 2ib. l.'.ii. t SUNBURN TiSfeSilv yyr Mosquito Bitoo, s4 & Bora Feet, Cboflng, EtO. jVj SSw Try85o.Bottlo. yr I . Dried Fruits end Num. j 10 oa. i leai.eU ourrenu, 3 1ft case, ; per lb. 12 oa cleaned curifnu, In lease, ixrli. "1:3 frown Smyrna, lni ! ported Has, UMb boxes, cr pound. 12J d Crown Binvrnu imponoa ug, iu Hi. boxen, per lb. li; 2 crown Callfor. nla 1-lb brick. 10 lb boxe, per box, l.lf: 3crowu California Hg. 1-lb euriona, UMb boxc. xr lb, 1.25: 12 m I pavKacc ".ceded raUin, 45 In ease. per pKT, li ; iu oi pacaagp wui 1-uli.iii, :til In cae, ler liackaif", Hi: 2 crown L. L. raUIn. 2d lb boxe. -r box, 2,00: a crown I I UaUlns, 20-lb boxo. per box, 2.15; 2 crown I I raislii. 5-lb boxe, iH-rbox, "0; Amor Corsloun citron, 10-lb Imixp. er lb, HI: Amor. (M-angeiHid, 10 lb boxe, per lb, 14; Amer. lemon peel, 10 lb bo.Xo. per lb. 14: N:. 1 California almond, mitt, ulmll. SHckS contulllillL' about 80 pound, per lb. lb lu quantities, er (h; 17. MlSCt!UhtOU4. t Dl.,.,1 biiaia 01 fnnl1 1 J tlPU" UU11I ' ani 'cotton, XXX. 14 3-4. Sulv ltock, iuhi per ion; ijoiiiinn course, HS: Texas nnd ICansun, np bbl, (10-Ss, iilt): 100-3s, 12.75: 140-2, $2.Kft Pickles Pints, 95: quarts, l.5 1; pallon, $n.25: 1-gnllon, l; 5-rullon kcjrs, $2: lO-jrallon kegs, .l.50j Cross and Hliukwell's pints, 3.ti5. Canilv Stick, wraiied, standard OJa"; fancy mixed, in pail. Ill all; fanev In cases. Mills- roo llal2. St. -iron Pearl, 40-lb woxes, 4: gloss bulk, 4p. Nickel, M.00; 1 to 3 pound puoknsres. 5a.5i. Molasses Centrlfucal, fair, 23; prime, 2tin28; choice 23a;t0. Corn Syuu 30a3l. M RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Texas and New Orleans R. R. Co. Test Bouna. No. C Local Arrives 0:50 p. m. No. C Local ..Ieaves 6 a m. No. 10 Sunset Limited Arrives 9 a, m. Leaves 9:05 a. r No. 4. Oriole to Echo Arrives 12: IS p. m. jeaves iz:--m p. in. No. 8 Texas Express Arrivea f m., Leaves 10:05 p. m. 7 P. West Bound. No. 7 Texas Express to San Antonio Arrives ': a. m.. Leaves 7:21 a. in. 3 The "Oriole" Arrivea 8:67 p. Leaves 4:07 p. m. No. m., No. No. 6 Local Arrivea 7:23 p. m., Leave at 7:33 p. m. J "Sunset Limited" Arrives !): T. m., Leaves 9:33 p. m. North Bouiio. No. 15i). To liallas Leaves 9:45 p. m. No. 1 50. From Dallas Arrive 8:45 n. m South Bound. No. No. No. No. 1ST. To Sabine Lenvos :4f a. m. 152. From Sabine Arrives G:l() put 1S3. l-ucal to KocKland JUeavel 9:30 a. m 154. Local from liockhind Arrives :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 CUy, Joplln, Fort Smith, Texarkana and Shreve port leaves 7:50 p. m South Bound. No. 1 from St. Louis, Kansna City, Fcrt Smith, Texarkana and Shreveport arrives.. ..9:10 p. m. Leaves for Port Arthur. .9:15 p. m No. 3 from Kansas City, Joplln, Fort Smith. Texarkana and Shreve port arrives 8:40 a. m. Leaves for Port Arthur. 8:45 am. Fort Arthur Service. To Port Arthur. 3 liopiirls N:I5 a. in. 5 Departs 10:30 a. m. 7 ueparts 4:15 p. m. (Sunday on-!y.- 45 Local Freight departs 3:00 p. in. (except Sunday). 1 ileparta 9:15 p. iu. From Port Arthur. 2 arrives 7:45 a. m. C arrives 1220 p. m. 8 arrives 9:35 a. m. (Sunday on ly.) No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 40 arrives 10:05 a, m. (except Sunday.) 4 arrives 7:45 p. m. Center Express. 2'i2 Leaves .. .10:55 a. m. 2ul. Arrives 0:00 p. in. Gulf, Colorado 4. Santa Fe. Kansas City Mall and Kxprcsa. No. 218 leaves 5:00 p. m. No. 217 Arrives 12:25 p. m. Raraloaa Impress. No. 204. Leaves 7:00 a.m. No. 203. Arrivea 7:00 p. m Gulf and Interstate Railway. No. 2 (South hound) depart 9 a. m. No. 4 except No. 1 (Smith Itound) depart 4 p. m. Saturday, fi p. m. (North bound) arrives 7: 20 p m. No. 3 ( North bound) arrives 1:20 P. tn. Beaumont Sour Lake and Western No. 1 a. m. No. m. No. 2 T m. No. 4 p ni. 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