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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY CCTOBIW 4. 1904.
NERVOUS DAY IN COTTON MARKET fair;! rr ' I PROVED TO BE BEARISH, AND AT ' TRACTED VERY HEAVY Of!,', LIQUIDATION. BEAR PRESSURE CAUSED BREAK Liverpool Cablea War Lower Than Waa Looked For, and Thit, with Heavy Receipt and Good Weather, Caueed Decline. New York. Oct. 3. It waa a Dorvoun anil mora or less excited day Id the cotton market, with the government 0 lolier report the main object of speculative attention. It prood hearlnh. an bad been expected, and attracted heavy liquidation, as well as aomo bear pressure, leading to an oilier sharp break In prices. Tho market opened eaHler at a decllno of 8 to 17 point In response to lowor I.lveriool cablea than were lookml for. heavy rccolpta and good weaiher, together with efforts of certain apec dint Ivo accounts to discount a boar- Ix'n linrenii rniwirt. Dlirlnir tho morn ing It Increased tho decllno omo what, then rallied sIlKhlly. and nt tho hour or tho bureau report was aluvt nt llio openlns figures. FoIIowIhk this It broke almrply. with all the acrue montlm aelllnfr bwlow the 10a mark and rntchlnfc stop orders throupn commiH.-lnn houses. At the low point December totiuhnd !) srie. January 0.00c, March 9.i7c rwl Muv 10.02c. From thlH level tho markot was rallied nhont 5 or fi points bv room coverlnK. and tho close was s'oudy at n net loss of 11 to 23 points. &vU,: estimated at 300.000 bales. Receipts of the day were ah.ivo es timates, and southern spot mnners were nRnin lower, while exports, fcl lowing tho record-breaking clearance of Saturday, were lighter. Receipts of cotton nt the jiort to dry 7::.1S5, attains 71,191 last wek. nm! ni.Or.O lat year. For the w(fk i-M nna ninst 4ns.ni 7 last weoic and nnn.-IIO lust year. Today's reclpts ni Ne w Orleans 12,821 bales atninat Jl'.t fi last ypar. and at Houston 10,1 13 against 11.GG2 last year. New Orleans Future;. New Oilcans. Oct. 3. Cotton fi fi.vs barely steady: October 0 G- ?j 61c, November 9.G7(!9c, December a.7:itfi'74c, January 9.81f82c. Febru ary O.OKfTOSc. March 10.0102c, April 10.0 10e, May 10.1314C. New Orleans Spots. New Orleans, Oct. 3. Cotton quiet! Bales 1,423 . bales. Ordinary 7 l-4c, good ordinary 8 9-lGc, low middling ! 8-1 fie, middling 9 3-4e, good middling 915-IGc. middling fair 10 3-lGc. Receipts 12,821; stock 59,379. New Orleans. New Orleans, Oct. 3. The spot cot ton market was quiet and weak. Sales 1,125, Including GOO to arrive, uota tions were lower. Futures opened steady at a decline of 9 to 11 points. Liverpool was dis appointing and New York lower. From the opening, sentiment was rather bearish In anticipation of the coming report, and prices gradually sank, although the market preserved a fairly good tone on covering by emorls, who did not wish to carry their lines over the bureau report. The report was read at 11 o'clock. Its immediate. effect was to send prices 5 points down. They immediately re covered and a quarter of an hour ..nor tiio rnnnrt was out. values were at (lie same level as they were before It was read. Ijter in tho day prices again sagged off, the .market closing quiet with net losses of 21 to 25 points. New York Statement. New York, Oct. 3. Cotton qucl; middling 10.30c; gross receipts 12,270; pales 2,S00; stock 43.159. Total today, net receipts 73.1S5; exports Crent Itrilatn 1,177, continent 2,975. Mexico 1,415; istock 390,460. Consolidated net receipts 144,691; 'xp.it is. Urcnt Hritain 80,010. Franc J r. r.-.' or.nl Inrnt 61.K89. Total ainco September 1. net re ceipts 1.214.325: exports, urcat nriioin tl7.tr.. France 92.93G. conti nent 2S3.432. Japan 6,250, Mexico 21.946. New York Futuree. ""Now York. Oct. 3. Cotton future" closed steady; Octolier fl.KOc, No vember 9.83c, December 9.90c, Janu ary 9.95c. February S.9Sc, March 103c, April 1 0.00c. May 10.08c. ;Tr- Mew York Spot. New York. Oct. 3. Co ton. spot ouiet, 20 points lower; middling up land 1.3 middling gulf 10.55c; ssica 2,600 bales. Bureau Coton Report, Wabbingon, D. C, Oct. a. The monthly report of I be chief of I be bu pii of nt similes of Ihe department ol aCTinilliire will how 1b arcrae" cn.-Mliknn of .fnn '-n Scpierilr 74 t.i have Ix-.n 7." a compared with f4 1 1M mon'h. mi September 25, 1!-S. i on Jw-it-mt- 1. 1!"2. ani tt-n year averare f . London Ercnsnoe. lymd'Hi. ci. X Vii for tnnr k i ;; rf.. i-fr accoiiti' NvfnWl " 11 K; t-ar silver. ruAx jr. 2 4: m-rwr 1 1 4 a I f-r : -h'rt bill 2 1M; llr- mxfi'b" 2 1 a 2 K. Pn. Line tltM. Ol Ci'r. O'l S '"!' it 1en ; y r, : r-v ficf tin t'i'1; b;'m', vt 1 ard 2 i:':r-: r"n Fw-ir-"T, U. 1H !IT; a't: fcfe '.IZ'.i. runs, Oc J toner I. Si'.it'l; tbipuit-ula. IJiua, Oct. I aud 9 luj.aaa; average zi.iti; mu, Uina, Oee. ., IIO.JU; average M.7M New York Money. New York. Oct. J. Cloae money on call steady 1 1 S S H Pr cent; cloa log bid IS 4; offored at t. Tlaw in siiBhily firmer: sixty Iy nltiity daya S If, l momha 3 J 4. Kock Market Featureless. New York. Oct. J. The stock mar ket todey was featureleaa. Tho ad vance or Bt. Paul was apparenily di nlned to sustain the rent of the mar ket. Later the Imlusirla'.a rallied stiohgly Including V. 8. steel pro rrred; amalgamated coper, lead and ciinir The xffitctive Influence In hold ing the late market firm waa 8t. I'aul. isouda were irregular. Sales par value 16.505.000. U. 8. bonds unchanged on call. New York Eachange. New York. Oct. 3. CIobo prlmo mer cantile paper 4 1-2 a 5; mercantile ex chango steady with actual buulneHS In bankers bills, 485.4a a ina.bu (or demand and 483.40 a .45 for sixty days. Posted rates, 484 a 1-2 and 486 1-2 a 4S7; commcrclnl bills, 483 1 8. nar ailvor 67 7-a. Mnvlenn iliillnls 45 3-4. Government bonds steady; railroad! bonds irregular. i Paris Exchange. Paris. Oct. 3. Threo percent rentes 97 ff 75 c for account ; cxehango on London 25 f 14 1-2 C for checka, MANY ICKRS FOR SABINE PASS FOUR VESSELS WILL CARRY COT TON SEED PRODUCTS TO PORTS IN EUROPE. NO REGULAR SAILING DATES Company Will Charter Additional Vessels as Needed Non-Resident Property Owner Says Pasa Realty Is Good Thing. Sabine. Tex.. Oct. 2. Fifteen thou sand tons of cotton seed products per month is what Mr. E. H. Young, ex porter, expects to ship from here, there now being a considerable quan tity of cotton seed cake In cars at this place for shipment. Four steam ers are under charter for this traffic, and others will be chartered from time to time, as occasion may war rant, all of this shipping to go to foreign points. Mr. Young resides in Galveston, and is one of the largest exporters of cotton seed products in the south. Mr. A. E. Bush is manager for Mr. Ycung at this place, and is making such changes in the Southern Pacific sheds here as will make them most coinenient for the 'handling of the commodities to be shipped. It is not the intention of the ship pers to run a line of steamers with regular sailing days, but vessels will bj chartered as needed, to load here ami go to such foreign ports as may be Most suited to the distribution and disposal of cotton seed products. Kr J M. Kyle, of Palmer. Nebras ki has been here several days, and lea eo this afternoon via tho South ern Put ific lor his 'home. Ho owns conquerable property in Sabine prd Sibire Pa-s, and says that from the wav things look hero Just now, he is gH l that he owns It, though ho has ofen regretted having invested here. Captain John Dillon and family have removed to Port Arthur. Cap tai:i Dillon is one of tho Sabine Tass ba polits, and has gone to Port Ar tli t,- because the Pilot's Association tlmV It more satisfactory for some of it j nnn-.hora in reside there, thus be ing more convenient, to the handling of vcisels coming down tno canai. Messrs. A. E. limh. J. D. Lane and ot!iers went cat hunting last, night. cUlun several o'nossums and co in j and a very large wildcat. Mr. III--. 4ias a fine pack of hounds ten In numlicr and they, together with sevMM local coon dogs, made things I'vel.t for marsh habitats last night. STOESSEL SENT NO NEWS. Reoort That Czar Had Bad Advice From Port Arthur Are Incorrect St. Petersburg. Oct. 3.-6:15 p. m The reports circulated abroad during the last few days that the emperor bad received mofct pcusimistlc rciiortg from General Stoeswl are denied. It i learned authoritatively that the emperor did not get a single dispatch from SloeHcl wh'lc he was awar. The feclina about Port AHhnr In dis tinctly tnnrt! fiojiefiil. owing to Ihc failure of the besiegers to make head way. NemlrmUh Danchenko. lh Rn sisa war pnTTprmdent, wa recently rwclved t O-o'-ral Kuronatkln at Vnkdi-n. Tti com m n V-r t looking l.al and hcartr. and h word j,re Hid to 1.r-ih utimffl'-d confHfnrc KnropatVin wnrbipd 1 Ma d 1ir. and -nj'''ii b tintKMindc4 -n- fH-fi" of the ottic-r. whom he cheers and hmrnra'c t an r-mt'l'-of nficcaiji activity. T tlw yrmr - cct iit cmintl-: "Re patient. We lmnd to win. Tt -ir T(T'-t and -liV rannnT'-be'l T;!' tb-n. bp one an'Cft E !ti " NATHAN &ELLS IT FOR LEii. T FINANCIAL. t ,.. DEARER fLOUR HELPS ITliE BULLS WHEAT ADVANCED A NUMBER OF POINTS ON BETTER DEMAND FOR BREAOtTUFFt. H CIOSMSIOV BUT FIRM Liberal Receipts Were a Bear Factor In Oats but a Fair Demand from Shorts Held Prices Steady Other Trade Notes. Chicago, Oct. 3. Reports of au ac tive flour trade offset a number of bearish Influences In wheat today and helped to cause a Arm tone, December closing 1-4 3 8 higher. Corn off a shade; oats 18 a 1-4 higher and p o vlbluus 10 to 27 12 higher. At the start wheat was decidedly weak, December opening 1-4 a 3 4 lower and May off 12 a 5-8. Tho fac tors were lower cables, lower world's uhlpmentg and heavy northwest re ceipts. A leading commission house became a heavy buyer and s arted active buy ing by pit traders and the market turned suddenly strong and December wheat advanced to 114 and May to 114 1-8. During the last hour tho mar ket limt much of its strength, the principal, depressing influence being an unuBua'.ly heavy prmary movemowi" Realising sales caused a consiuerauie reaction but tha market closed firm with December at 113 1-8 a 1-4 and May 113 3-8 a 1-2. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago re ported receipts of 1.370 cars against 1.155 last week and 1,210 a year ago. Weakness of wheat and favorable weather brought selling of corn early resulting In a dec. inc. loiter the mnr ket became firmer In sympathy with wheat. Late In the day tno inarKei again eased off under realizing sales The close was barely steady. Decem ber opened 1-8 a 3-8 lower, sold up to 51 3-8 and closed at 51. Receipts 108 cars, four contract grade. Liberal receipts were a bear factor in oaU. A fair demand from shorts however, held prices steady. Decern ber opened unchanged, advanced to 51 1-2 and closed at 31 1-8. Receipts 201 cars. A heavy decreaselncontract muun A heavy decreaso in ctmlract stocks caused strength In provisions. There was more outside interest In the mar ket than for somo time past and or ders were mostly on the buying side. January pork closed 27 1-2 higher at 1.1.60; lard 10 c up at 707 1-2, and ribs 10 a 12 1-2 up at 702 1-2. Estimated receipts tomorrow: Wheat 101; corn 191; oats 300. Hogs 1(,000 head. . LIVE STOCK. t Kansas City. Kansas City, Oct. 3 Cattle receipts 18,200, Including 3,000 southerns; steady to 10 c higher, choice 16 dress ei beef steers 5 a 600; fair to good 375 a 500; western fed steers 375 a 550; stockers and feeders 225 a 435; southern steers 240 a 360; southern cews 150 a 275; native cows 150 a 375; native heifers 250 a 450; western steers 150 a 325; do cows 250 a 550. Hogs, receipts 4,000; market 5 to 10 lower; top 525, bulk 570 a 582 1-2; heavy 580 a 590; packers 575 a 595; pigs and lights 560 a 580. Sheep, receipts 12,000; weak; na tive lambs 4 a 525; do wethers 325 a 310; do ewes 3 a 330; western lambs 4 a 515; do yearlings 360 a 380; do sheep 325 a 360; stockers and feeders 250 a 400. MARINE ' . . Port Eads. . Port Eads, Oct. 3. Arrived, steam ers Manchester, Shipper, Vera Cruz; and sailed for Tensacola, Proteus, Watson, New York; Phoenicia, Teuo reff; Anselma, Puerto Cortez. Memphis Cotton Oil. Memphis, Oct. 3. Oil carlols. per Rnllon. prime crlude, 23 1-2 off crude nominal; prime summer yellow 2fi: off sitmer yellow nominal; choice cooking summer yellow, less ariotsuj. Meal prime 210(1. Cake prime 2M0. New Orleans Sugar. New Orleans, Oct 3. Supar strons; open kettle 3 1-4 a 3 4; open ke tle ccnlrlfuRal 3 1-4 a 12; ci-ntrifucal whiles. 4 15-16; yellows, 4 3 4 a 7 8; seconds 25. Mda.sses nominal; open kettle "2' l 25; cenirifiicl 10 a 15. Syrup nominal. Came Ought to Be Papular. A new game has Just been invented ia north Georgia. It takes a young man, a girl and an apple. The youtia; man tothes the apple up in tbe air. If It eomea down, be kisses the girl. If It nays tip. be doe n't. After the apple wears out new apples may te tnhMitnted. There Is no time limit to 'he came. Atlanta Journal. Australian Lawmakers' lalsries. Australian HM-tsbrrs of I'arlismmt are arHatlnc to bare their sa!ari-s rsu4 from S2.''0ft to tl.'wrii a year, together wttk tbe pr--tit trav-I!cg lrti-' r. On of lhm. Kir.g O Kal petitions tbe Fp-ter to sllow hirn to t-r'-'t a t-iit in tb prI;in-o tar grnn. at lie ctbtrl aftord to tire Wjs. Correct CotAesfiMn A proper degree of drets. wltirdj.'ketierfitld In kit ton. You'll find the happy medium in dress where you find this label fllfifcd Renjamin&(9 MAKERS MEW VRK 5 Equal to fine cuftom-made in all but price. Themaker' guarantee, and ouri, with every garment. CJ We are Exclusive Agents in thit city. ROOS BROS. Pearl Street HOKE SMITH ON GOLD STANDARD (Continued from Page One.) with a few exceptions, favored tho free coinage of silver. Speaker Cannon was one of the moHt extremo freo silver men. Mr. McKlnley, as lato as 1890. was an ardent advocate of the free and unlim ited coinngo of silver. The Republican platrorm of 1SU2 demnnded the use of both gold and ilver as slaadard moneys. Tho Ohio platform of lSJ'i, framed at the instance of Mr. McKln ley. did the same thsnR. ftoM Standard Belonqs to Cleveland. Tho maintenance of the gold stand ard should not bo given as a credit to the Republican?. It belongs to Uie ..iminiuirntinn of fJrover Cleveland. i i.ttfrl.r renndinte the charge that the Democrats and Republicans stand mvin tlio same mat form. President Roosevelt In his letter of nnnr,i,lantn imla the f (Hint rv on noucc I Mint lm Is nroud of everything he nnd i tiv, i - nil. in. i. '., - the Itemiblicans have done. He claims hat they have made no mistakes, and it -n.ioftnri thev will make no ehnnirp of nollcles. First, Instead of apologizing for his nvtrnvAo-nnre he boasts of it. In time of peace he has increased the expenses of our national admlnlst ra tion on 4R7 nnn , over those of Mr. McKlnley. This reekless extravagance the Dem ocratlc party proposes to stop. fipennd. he defends the Dingley bill and has done nothing to broaden trade mi, trade bv reciprocity, agreements. President McKlnley, the day he wns murdered, declared: "The prob lem of more markets renuires our ur treiit nnd Immediate attention. We cannot renoso in fancied security tnnt wfi ran sell evervhine and buy little n- nothinir. The period of exclusive ness has passed." The Democratic. parly proposes to Improve the tariff by a conservative moderation thereof, as represented by the Dingley bill. Third, the Democratic party repudi ates thf usurpation of auhorltv bv President. Roosevelt, whether it. In volves the arrogatton to himself of to make laws applicable to nensions or to abrogate treaty obliga tions with the United States of Colom bia, a the Democratic party opposes lawlessness, and especially on the part, of the president. Mr. Smith then satd: The at til udo of the Republican nnrtv and its candidate for president threatens tho pence and tranquility of a creat section of the union the section known aa tho south. The Race Problem. This section was already confront ed by a serious problem, the presence of 8,000,000 negroes, the large number of whom need direction in their daily walks of life from their white neigh bors. This Jkily aid ia required on ac count of tho Hiperlor qualities of the white race. Any effort to force equal ity will necessarily injure the negroes as well as disorganize the relations under which tho agricultural and commercial growth of the aouth must take place. Under the wise administrations ol Cleveland, Harrl-on and MeKinlfV, each day brought new evidence that the problem of two different races liv ing side by hide was Ixdng handled wisely and Justly by the stronger raee, freed from out side Interferenco. The harm already accomplished by RfioKevelt nad the Republicans Is se rious. The south is contributing a full part of the commercial growth of the country. The blow atiainst our sees ion In jures all wriions. We should spe cially ask iiiom; interested in hoii'U-. ern Investments lo reflect inxm this sanation In-fore ihcy give aip""al lo j the prfH-nt emir'"' of the Republican party and candidate frr president. One of Corn's Superstitions. X"ar tbe t'.ry of S"ul, th r spit si of r'.,-'-a. ; a Mil called Pouk Man hlf-h '.a formrljr cov-r-4 w!t. r-r Tbe I. e'-nd mni tbst m so a trr-c r maliM-d m tl- bill r Umt rorea mairnain us ino-v ii'i' ii'- and thr-frre ' oae Is illonH It m or touch a tr-. V.nX Ih iisinrsl cnti-j'i-T)' of 'liis want f f'ir'-ftrt ha l--n Ibat b'- .r bars frsdmii'f iSir-S tit, trn'i' now onlr m 1 lf On tils w. tr- it, 1 tliei ed tfct.c lt.- f f l.- ritiTj T'f. Ll 1j-ii 'a ei- 0i'-s a aa Jn4 -n-l u K'.e i'l go rh IL THE LIFE STRIKE The Wor Wn $ t (he Human Body Crippled. DEATH TO MILLIONS. ! KMney DUeaae U Sapping the Vigor I America's Manhood and Worn ' anhood Warner'a Safe Cure the Only Certain Kidney Cure. The Kldnert ar ly all odda tha moat Im portant orioum of llif human body. Tin' virtunlly conlrolnll lhi other orssni. Should ihi'ir uu worUii for wen a f w hour the Idood would Imhiiiuovo thick and cIokkpU with lirie arid and oilier deadly wiuta mailer that the mont powerful heart would brvak down iu the flort to fore it through the Teina. .. The ironcit lunge wonld enllapee trying to purify alien poixonoua IiIihhI. Without pure, rich, red blood there can be no healthno life. It' true eom of us live for months with iek kidneys, but it in Imt wiiitlnu for lliein to pet a little worse they never cure them Uenth Is constantly hnnirlnir ever ns. It comes iimtimtly to iIiouruiuIk j with warn piL's 10 nmny . jlackache, hradarho, rhnuninllsm, aleep l(v.snitm,iii(lli;itlloii,fto.1urt)OfrtttinBiKnsof affected kidneys. lleBlth, thoiinn, we enn never anow wuuo tlir kidneys are out of order. There is but one medicine that's nt to nre for the kidneys only one remedy that will positively purify, strengthen and cure tho kidneys without Injury to tho delicate tis sues. It is warner a mio -iiro, uiscovereii over thirty years aiio aim useu ever since ny doctors in their families and practice, and in hospitals throuithout the world. It cures Wlien everywiuiB eu mi in, mini you have Riven up hope and expect to die. The change for the better will come with the first few doses. AlldruKcistsseilliorcan roi n ior you. 1 wt,r'. nflvlr-H nml medical book let troo. Warner Safe Cure Co., llovhuuter, N. Y. Grain and Hay. Quotations for canoad lota delivered on tracks Beaumost or other points taking same rates. Dealers charge from store 610c per 10 pounds more on bran, 23o per bushel on oats ana corn 100150 ner 100 on bar, Oats Texas, oOQ)65c; No. I mixed, 49c; white, 6153o. Bran Per 100 lbs. $1.051.10. Corn hops Pure $1.25(1.30. Oats Texas 43 4 6c. Corn i0c. Hay Choice alfalfa, 15.00; choice timothy, $17.00; South Texas prairie, $7.60(98.60; Johnson grass, 9.b)JS 10.00. Feed products very stiff, with ad' vanclng tendency. Market barely steady, with a declin ing tendency. mass ana wool. Dry flint kips, under It ponnds. 10 l-2o. Dry salt, hides, over 18 pounds, lie; under 18 pounds, 3c W. S. hides, 1-2 7a. Sheep pelts, 15 to 40c Goat skins, 10 to 16a, Horse Iialr 15 to 180. Wool, free spring, 12 l- to lie. Wool,' free fall, 10c. Wool hard hurry. 8a- Butter ana CheoM Butter Blue Star, ' 25: dairy hnttAr 18a20: Elirin. 2fla27: Bernlce Fancy Creamery,28: Meadow Gold, 3g; Fancy renovated creamery. Zite. Allison's Pure pasteurised cream butter, single pound 35c; 2 pounds for S5c. Choose Full cream flats, 14; daisies 14; prints. 15; full cream Longhorns, 15 Flour and Sreadsturfa. Pinup Basis' 48.lt sacks. Fanc high pitent $5.G0; fancy half patenf $5.30: third grade $4.50; 241b sacks 10 per barrel higher: Hour in wood, 30 ner barrel hichercar lots ioc less. Farinaceous Goods Grits, hominy and cream meal, In 40-lb sacks, pel sank. 75' nearl meal in 3"-lb sacks, $1 1)5 per barrel of four sacks; Scotch oats 2.5a3.00: Friends' oats 12.95a 3 00- Columbia oats. J2.85: Hawkeye oats, 2.8f; Becker's buckwheat, lj-lb packages, 14.80. Crackers A B C soda bulk, boxes, 7' 1-lb cartons, nor dozen. 100: ginger snaps, 7: creams, 8, stage planks, 6 cakes and lumblos. 11 Canned Goods. , California Extra Standard (2t-lb tins) Black cherries, I2.2T! whit cherries, 12.25; Y. C. peaches, 11.75; h. C. peaches $1.85; apricots, $1.00; Bartlett pears $1.85; grapes, $1.50 atunilard. 10 ner dozen less. Eastern Canned Goods and Vege tablesNo. 3 apples, 80: sliced iinoa- nlnn. 11: K. and U. Dineapples, Sl.tiU kx pr-ited ni near miiui, i. n, niieBiio chunks, 1-lb cans, S1.35. pineapple chunks, H-lb cans. Sl.oO: 8inaMire ex-irratcd tiineapples, SI.HoiZ-lo iiears, i:: 2-lh strawbi-r ies. WO: 2-lb bla;k heries. 85: 2-lb peaches, none; 2-lb fu'.I-wflL'ht tomatoes. 75a0: 3-lb full welL'bt tomatoes, 1.00; 2-lbliRht-weljrht . iu I:.. I.. ..ni..v.. ii.- VimHWXf H. rwn-i. .f-iif iiviiv-pciKiiH 3-lh kraut 1.25: 2-lbl'etit 1'ois ex sifted June tcas. l.0: 2-lb standard Marrow fat ks, l.oo: 2-lb li(rht-wel(fht Mar-rti-fai, was. t0 3-lb pumtikln. H5: 1Mb iii 4 corn, 1.25: 2-1L Al cora. 1.25al.35: -lb Cupid hulled corn, 90. Drvfs ana Chemicals, Quinine, 3iOe. fr ounce bottl morphine. 2.55aJ0 er ounce: wiId 4.25 er or.: borax M0c fer pound ia lOfMb psy.kape: copras 2.00 in bar rels: castor oil, per rauon in 'irallon pa kir-: epsom salts. 2. 25 prr .I'W ln. in barrels: ak-ohol, 2.703.110 'percallon: sulphur, 3.2-5 per 100 los.ln barrtis: alum 3c fr lb, id bam-ls: rskium carbide, 4 00 per 1(M lbs: salt "ever. 7c'b ir barrta. Can" Motsaeee. Cforpla f'ar: pallor. 110. half! P.!li,ni. 3. Vi. coaris J. .&: lrn e ltiu.,ie. pa'lon. 3.10. hill ral. (iiiliMl ': Kl'mnl Sroi, It lbs. Drlesl Fmlto ana Nsrta. 11 f.t. :l-'"d -urr-iU, 11 ia rs, j r lh. : 12 .i W tod curr-ot, " id row. iwr ' rn o omjmo im- - )rrM fijr. l'-Ib t. fr t,vt4, ,M f,"rwn Smyrna iwrrwsd fie. JO lb. l, VT Ihi 15: lrr,Ti ( aiiffjr r.l. r.r lirii kt. 10 lb b-lrn, tT , i.t, 1.15: 3 crown Cal.fnrr.is f r. 1-lbj arvo. 10-1" U. ir lb. 1.25: 12 os i.o tar-t -)-4 raisins. 45 ia a. tT i". V: 1 t fykafs ls1 , :v. In -. t vw ktr. t . ..... . I L . . . . 20 lb l.t-i t, 200: JtrwiiUl IU.o., Zihl'i THE LOCAL MARKET Seasonable Specialties AT LEDERXlViS Hw Spare Ribs, Freih Sauer Kraut, Imported Swiss, BricK FBF.E::An Imported China Cup and Saucer with each Pound of Tea. t s;lederer Cofiyrieht. Burr Mcintosh Art SluJiti. , Each New Subscriber Can Get an Art Picture With The First Month's 8ubc"ii- -Ion. Diana Brick Makers 'BRICK The Best BricK in the World Address: LOEB, TEXAS TRI ROUND TRIPS MAT ll FCICHASED to St Uala tU Colorado ASK YOUR AGENT FORTHEM OOWIUAHY SOUD TRAINS Tbla arrangement applleg from nd litcludca 'Stop-over privileges, that you may enfor your reai vacation ant Rett baton or after vUltlng WORLD'S FAIR A.lCLISSO,C;nPAsiAcm f l W02TH. FUEL OIL, Higgins Oil & Fuel Co. Beaumont, Texas. Procurers fi4 5h!ors of CRUDB PtrTKOLEUrt trora Sour ad Beaumont 5toraca Tanks Dcautnoat. Sabloa, Morgan City and Sour Lake. UnYrllfl far.ilitica for makine prompt aiiipmcnt by ra'l waver. We Mao aol'icil tfwin 'GUbert" anc' "Uireina bo, tw-r K,s. 2.15: I c"-n 7- l s-Tflaisies. ft-IH hr,. f r h,r: .IK Anw . . . . . ' L la. orsM-an -ivc,ii. .-. -. 11: Aim-r. -fire 1 !". t-"r lb, 14; Am, -nu.a f l. lb bo" t-r 1H. 14: .'. 1 'aiifin-nia alui,ds. iftsln. sa a coriUinior aut fiounds, per ih. Ik iii)mtl lb: n. l"txans lt cei lb. not 5ia1. 7-11 oao.s . Wani.a o-f. XXX. 14 t4. ba)V lUick. S 00 pr on: Inen sra i rw.s- : T"S '' Ksrs. fT I Ki SvlIW. I'' 3. SI 55: l4'-2. SJ ' . ,, Ir... , . - . . . m- W I . . ' iivu, IJ-2i; S4: i-fw.ta Fulton Market Beef, New Dill Pickles, and Llmburger Cheese. & Tile Co., Ltd. of Common - ANGLE and to Colorado rU 9U laU. THE DENVER R0ADX IS i &CA1CAK3. allpolnta In tha Southwctt la "COOL, COLORADO" the.... IU.A1 Uda or on litis on ii ior new tag Cirroanontfonrtt aolicited. k-r. S2: 1 f !lon keys. S3.50; Cross and Mlaokwfll's pints, S3 ". andr Sikk. siTai.d. standard f-IaT: fancy mixed, ia pails. tta; fooc in a. 11-roe llall Marcn IVarl, sMb imiM, 4: fUrtt bulk. 4f : Ni k l, S1.04; 1 to 3 Hod I'S ks?'-. t5. Mo)aa CVtitHfnpal, lair, S3; lrirae, 2 a?: cbol 2Ja3a Colonist rates t California pats tr7.se TlcVa oa ! pt.lT IS ta 4 'list -srritiid wa'snt the rrif1ea A. R. Atkinaon. T. T. A. I i. K. Toole, C.F.aI.4. 1