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Fort Worth gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, June 04, 1891, Image 7

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To Ysung and Middle Aged Men
ACIIDC MIDF The awful effects ot
flOUnC UvJllL early vice which brings
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aj a a its dreaded ills permanently
npc RCTTO Address those who have
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SOAP 20c
he National Associations Session iMter
tlay at Little Hock
Little Rock Ant Juno 3 The
tional commercial travelers association
Pent this morning discussing the report
thecommitteeen constitutional amend
jttits lAjjlp other business was trans
d anatV > on the convention adjourned
wiltomfcrrol M 1 >
Special to the Gazette
New Xjopk Juno 3 Mone f rlosed easy
at 3 per Cent The highest was 4 and the
lowest 2
Exchange Steady at poRed rates
Silver U73
Sugar Raw and refined dull at pre
vious prices
Wheat Options moderately aetive and
weak on line weather reports and unfavor
ablecables closing sXc lower Spots
Wtv J Dull Fall Texas 302 lOKc
Stocks extremely dull today only5tC92
shares changing hands Prices were weal
during the greater part of this day on con
tinued shipments of gold to Europe and
the belief that these continued exporta
tions reflected i more serious state of
financial affairs abroad than appears on the
burface Closing prices were i to IK Per
cout lower on Atchison and Fort Wortlu
The dry goods markets presents no new
features Trading is limited confined to
choice lots
Bonds dulL
Fort Worth and Denver Citv certificates
Fort Worth and TVnvcr ls m
icur icj diseases thc e
to full confidence of the ssacted jS Atchison general mortgage ls o
They guarantee
i ra Setts ot early vice nag
iit foow in its tratajgrja8
incomes 15 > <
Limited Trading In Stock but Bonds
ami Stocks Wcro Steady ir a TriUo
Dull Wheat and Wool
Missbuii Kansas amt Texas ls 73i
Missouri Kansas and Texas 2s 40l
St Louis Arkansas and Texas ls SI
Texas and Pacific ls hCM
Texas and Pacific 23 Sljf
New ot Juue u The stock lnnrket
today was dull throughout with usual in
significant fluctuations in tin general list
ard immaterial changes at the close
Jfailroad covernment and state bonds
dull and steady
Special to the Gazette
New Orleans La June 3 Atwood
Violet Co say
Futures We have had a fluctuating mar
ket atrain toJay the advance being based
upon the belief that the crop conditions are
becoming very unfavorable while on the
other hand there is little faith that any
permanent advance can bo sustained while
surplus stock promise so large therefore
briefing out sellers on the very impiove
We have howevc come to the conclu
sion that the next bureau report must nec
essarily be decidedly unfavorable and are
in < litail to believe in buyers favor The
new croplnonth on a basis of December at
SS0gbG0 closed tonight at S54 New Or
leans closes A < 1 and Now York W7 points
higher on new crop than last night while
Liverpool clcos barely steady at 1Old de
lort receipts today are VIOO against 500
last vear
Spots Quiet and steady Sales 1000
Dejioiolis Al lune 1 Tlio situation
is becoming nlarming in this section no
rains j et By the 10th instant every fanner
should lravk cotton in bloom and there is
not onehalf the cotton chopped out at this
late date with 20 per cent not up and 10
lM > r nt of that vi ill never come tip Witii
the most favorable season it will be an utter
impossibility for the fanners to make any
thing liko a good crop Their teams aie
ery weak corn very scarce and high ami
money very tight The outlook is gloomy
AVilmimitox N C June Undermost
favorable circumstances we cannot expect
icerOOperceittoTOper cent as much as
last season from North Carolina
Yazoo Citt Mis June 2 Drouths con
tinues here Stands pre irregular the
plart growing slowly
The Coninilttec Undecided as Itctween
Austin ami Waco Aintins Latest
Amendment Capt TTatsoii i Death
Special to the Gazette
AusTEy Tex Time S Tho state
treisurj ofilco was c sed today on ac
count of tho death of Capt Thomas
Wat < on for many years bookkeeper in
the land department of that office Capt
Watson Tvas a widower having lost hte
wife some years ago and was highly
esteemed for his manly and charitable
disposition and sentiments His death at
a somewhat advanced age was the result of
an acute attack of Brights disease
Austin ETciteil
There has been a good deal of anxiety
here today over tho much delayed nnd long
expected decision of the state camp ground
committee which feeling was only intensi
fied by a telegram received late tliis even
ing from Waco saying that the committee
had not reached a conclusion At the pres
ent writing the auction is still in full blast
and the final icsult of course is still a mat
ter of speculation The Austin committee
took another whirl at the camp committee
today by telegraphing another amendment
to tho Austin bid proposing to add about
eighty or a hundred acres more to that al
ready offered and to secure if possible tho
removal of the Confederate home to the
state camp ground where the
inmates of the homo could be
of much assistance in maintaining
the grounds in good order Many of the
best citizens here consider the plan of com
bining tho home and tho state camp grounds
a very practical and scusibe one An act
of the legislature may b3 necessary to
authorize the location of the homo as pro
posed but if so the committee think it can
be had Austin is in earnest in her vigor
ous effort to capture the caiup and if dis
appointed will feel a trific cut up about it
but she is still ijuito hopeful and believes
her bid i tho best offered tno committee
Womens Wednesday Club Iako
Action on tho Detih of
a Member
The tutiniily death of Mrs G T Potter
has been a theme of regret to tho whole
communityibat in tho literary organization
of which the was an earnest and faithful
worker and member where close compan
ionship and intimate association endeared
her to her intellectual coworker the blow
has been niost hard Yestorday afternoon
the Womens Wednesday club assembled
and passed a memorial of respect to the ex
cellent qualities 0 the deceased and a com
mittee has been appointed to write an ap
propriate eulogy It is the fast death the
club has sustained
Weathcrfonl District Court Doings
Ppsclal to the Gazette
WEvrnEitForo Tex Juno X The dis
trict court has been engaged since yester
day evening in tho case of tho State vs
Bates Cochburn charged with murdering
Ucv Brown in thi3 county iu May 1SS3 Im
mediately after Brown was murdered Coch
burn left tho county tud was not heard of
until two or three months ago when Sheriff
Sisk located hii in Arkansas and arrested
him and returned him here where he has
beer in Jailiuice
The cas of tho Stato vs J W WiLiams
charged with nurdor is set for tho 8th and
that ottheStaters Professor W C Moore
h3ree with rauvlir for the Uth and the
Stale vs To n AnUr chsiTnl vith crimi
nal assault set for the 22d Special venires
of 100 men have icca sumxoned in each
case from which to select jaries
Iu tho case of Ccehburca Juiyw s ob
tained yesterday iftefflt n anf themorn
ing spent in examining wiincsses
District Courtac Eastland
Special lo the Gazette
EASTIAS9 Tiii June 3 District court
convened hero Monday morning Hon T
H Conner district Judge presiding who
delivered an able and exhaust vo charge to
the grand jury which is composedof tha
following named gentlemen M J E
Ringer V H Turner J M Davis C F
Bohning Frank Raymond Sam Finley B
Lu Bellamy Hiliie Dennis fJeorgo Ij Heti
tis H G Kppler John McMillan and W S
Ihater The grand jury has only letnmed
two bills since sitting both for felonies
one against H P Thrasher charged with
theft of money and the other against Frank
Roderick a Mexican charged with theft of
The indictment was quashed in the case
of T C Hunt charged with disposing of
mortgaged property
The case of John Bostick charged with
theft of a gun was tried before a jury and
a verdict of not guilty returned
The case of W Q Booth charged with
murder is set foe Monday of the third
In Summoning Help a Neighbor Loses a
Leg A Little Boy Iiltten by a
Kattlcsnake Jlournine
Special to the Gaxette
SuLPnrjr Springs Tex June 3 The
meagre report wired TnE Gazette yester
day of the accidental shooting of W B
Weaver has terminated in a double and sad
tragedy The unfortunate man now lies at
his homo in a dying condition He had
been bird hunting in a buggy accompanied
by his sisterinlaw and little tlireeyear
od boy The gun was resting between
him and the young lady Mr Weaver
thought this unsafe and moved the gun to
his right side and in attempting to place
tho breech in the bottom of tho buggy care
lessly allowed it to pass on tho outside
Tho hammer struck tho edgo of tho
buggy the gun was discharged the whole
load taking effect in hi3 right breast just
above tho nipple tearing the flesh horribly
and coming out at tho shoulder He fell
prostrato across his sisters lap and gasped
take me home She did so a distance of
two miles where lie was carried to his
weeping wife and children blind and pros
trate from tho loss of blood
Dr Becton arrived soon after the acci
dent and after viewing tho wounded man
directed Moot Phillips a young man on the
place to return to town and bring another
physician He started and while enroutohis
horse took fright at a dog ran against a wire
fence andfore the riders leg so terribly
that amputation may result Mr Weaver
is a prominent ranchman living nine miles
west of town on one of the finest ranches in
this county Moot Phillips is a son of our
worthy city marshaL There is unusual
sonow in the town as every moment the
death of Mr Weaver is expected to be an
This evening about 4 oclock John Can
nuily brought his little tenyearold son in
town to a physician The little fellow had
been bitten by a rattlesnake and was suf
fering terribly
Crops lieatcu Dorm and Houses Wrecked
in Sonth Taylor County
Special to the Gazette
Abilene Tex June3 News has just
reached the city this afternoon through a
most reliable source of a destructive cy
clone and hail storm in tho southern por
tion of this county on Monday eveniug last
The cyclone did great damage to the grow
ing crops and in some places almost totally
destroyed them Eleven houses were
blown completely down some of tljej
awaj No lives were lost
Spot Cotton Fractions Lower
Futures Generally Higher
Wheat Opened Weak nuctuated Narrowly
and Closed at i Decline Cofl se
Wool and Sugar Markets Un
changed Money Easy
Sugar Facts
From tne weekly Sucar Statistical of
Willett Gray of Now York
Raws advanced l16c Refined declined
llCVc Receipts SiSi tons Melt
incs 37114 tons Stock in four ports 181
410 tons against 112853 tons last week and
110011 tons last year an increase of ll i55
tons for the week Total stock in all the
principal countries by latest uneven dates
is 1499930 tons agaiust 12324 < 0 tons at
same time last year
A steady improvement has been notice
able through tho week and th strength i
greatest at tho close Sellers are confident
and do not offer freely and a further ad
vance appears probable before rsfiners arc
abundantly supplied for their large re
quirements notwithstanding that receipts
have been very large for tho week Phila
delphia hs been a large receiver of raw
sugar The Cuba market is abovo our
parity SXc for S3 do Muscovados cud
3 7ir W deg centrifugals being the cablo
quotations today with a stock in Havana
and Matanzas of 190000 tons against 1S3
000 tons last week and 137000 tons last
Tho European markets are all stronger
again rnd beetroots are now Cd per cwt
above tba lowest point which means that
the rtenressior has passWl by and the
course of the market will be upward until
it is trf a < nced by the new crop Some
business wai doutia th beetroot sugar for
America w 33s Ud to 13s lOJ d per cwt
cost and freight the latest quotation being
Considerable surprise has been expressed
at th erratic course of thelrefined market
in the faceof a steadily imp rovingraw mar
ket and several theories have been sug
gesttd U a count it Prices are ad
< ui3 i
A g
vanccd J c reduced l16c or an 5c ad
vanced again and quotations undersold or
firmly held as the whim of the moment
ssems to dictate The result is that tho re
fined market is in a constant state ot agita
tion On the rise in raws of 1lOc and rc
ductlcn in granulated of Ho to 4Mc an
immense business resulted in refineil and
all tho refcers are now sold ahead for ten
days or two weeks delivery
AH quotations below are revised daily by lead
ing dealers and will bo found reliable whole
sale and retaii as specified
Following quotations are on the basis of job
Pish New mackcral No 19 50
half bbls
10 00 half ubls No 2 Pi 00 codllsbSS > bricks
> 5t7c V a > loose codBsh 66Hc 5 pickled
fccrrlnz per bucket JI 5a
Holland herrings Kefs el 505JI 75
Dried herrings Per coi 40c
Bolona sausage failc
Hominy New per bbL 4175
Grits Perbbl 4 75
Oatmeal Now per haUhbl 100 las H 00 per
bbl17 50
Crackid wheat Per case 73 Its C 60
Cones Wholesale Quotations Rio 223223ic
prime 20 ic choice 2JiQ2svcc fancy 23 <
JXii Java 3Xc Cordova iiile Pcabcrry
234 < 3234c Arbucklss Ariusa 2o65c Market
is very firm
Maple Fyrup OldTime onegallon cans per
dozen tVJ 00 halfgallon per dozen S3 25
quartergallon per dozen S3 5a
Sugar Standard granulated 55c powdered
in bbls 6c powdered halfbbls 6ic cut loaf
bbls 6c halfbbls CUc fancy jcllow clarified
6c choice j ellow clarifled 6Kc
Molasses Fancy open kettle 43c choice
open kettle 45c prime open kettle C2c choice
centrifueal 35c prime centrifngal 23a
Klcc New crop prune 7c choice 7Kc head
Cheese Fancy full cream 1 in box 15c fancy
full cream 2 in boj 144c Young Americas A in
box 15c Swiss per cake about 00 lbs 16Hc
small quantities 17 > 4c cheese safes S3 00
Oils Brilliant bbls 17c Eupeen 29c Bril
liant 210 cases 1 00 Brilliant 12 1S eases
II14 Bup on 215 cases J3 90 gasoline 52 15
Whisky Rectified 1 101 20 as per proof
sour mash two years old Jl tOI 90 three
years old S2 00Q2 25 fancy extra old whisky
Cider apple half bbls SI 00 crab apple 16
gal bbls W ft 50gal bbls tl2 SO peach half
bbls 16 gal S5 00 50 gal bbls 813 50 Vinegar
apple 35 grain per gai 14c 50 gram per gal
15c white wine per pal 15c Pickles medium
halves 3 00 small 50 small 10 gal U 50
gherkins perbbl 813 50
Wholesale quotations Best patentj 13 00
per 100 lbs half patents 12 90 third grade
82 65 fourth grade S3 45
Starch pearl 4Ho lumps Oc Herring im
ported Si 25 per kes Cider crabapp c 40c
Missouri 30c per half bbl 84 0 ai 25 Vine
gar 15ffl25e Concentrated lye 83 75 four doz
in case per case Jugs glized 10c per gal
crocks glazed 10c per gal Indigo 75c rer lb
blueing 30c81 OOperdoz Coleman3 mustard
H0 > 81 25 per doz Maccaroni imported 11
ll cperU > American 65oy half box Tubs
No I oak grain S3 50 No 2 8S50 No a 87 00
V doz No 1 fiber SI7 50 No 2 815 50 No 3
813 50 doz Redwood No 2 89 50 No 3 J850
three in nest white cedar 3 25 eight in nest
oak grain 82 Si Buckets two hoops 81 65 y
doz Baking powders bulk lie 1lb cans
82 50 Vermicelli small box 65c Catsup in
bulk per gai S5c Worcestershire sauce in
bulk per gal 81 25 Rope grass iinch basis
lie cotton S 15c 516 16c Sassafras root 12c
per B Butcher paper S c per fi >
Factory prices goods in 1I > paper
boxes lo above price list quotations per ft
Animals etc 12c Boston butters Sc butters
XXX 6c butter scotch lie chocolate snaps
14c creams XXX 8Vc creams X 8c corn
hills or nicknacks 9c cocoannt snaps 14c
crackncUs 15c cream puffs 30c coffee cakes
XXX Pc cocoanut taffy 14c cocoanutbar lie
cracker meal 6c drop cakes ll > 4c English
coffee 10c excelsiors ormonitors 7c frosted
creams 8jic lingers HVc fingers spico and
ginger 10c fruit sultana 14c fruit sultana
iced 15c fruit currant lie ginger snaps
XXX 8 > ic ginger snaps X Sc graham 8c
graham and oatmeal wafers and gems 10c
grandmas cookies 10c honey goods Iced 13c
honey goods plain 12o iced creams XXX
creams iced 95c imperials 10c jelly fingers
15c jelly wafers 15c jumbles HHc jumbles
spice and ginger 10c lemons XXX 8 < c
lemons X 8c lemon snaps 13c lemon wafers
15c lemon biscuits round XXX creams SJc
milks Sc molasses cookies ginger cakes
gems etc SJo oysters XXX 6c oysters
daisy 7c oysters shell etc 8c oatmeal 8c
pic buscuits 12c pretzels machine 9Hc pret
zels hand made He prctzellettes lie penny
cakes plain 10c penny cakes decorated lie
rifle nuts 10c soda peerless princess eta
large soda cream 8c soda snowfiakes 12c
select sodas 7c sodas XXX 6c saw tooth
butters 6c stage planks 2s 6c 3s 6c
smaller 7c Smyrna biscuits 14c Southern
mixed 8 > c sugars XXX 8J c sugars X 8c
sugar cookies 10c vanilla wafers etc I5c
vnnilla squares crisp cakes etc 10c aine
TOjCiers reveres etc 15c
Danheisers fruit toln per box SOc pepper
mint and limotta per box 60c mana tolu per
bor SOc Adams tntti fruiti SOo magic trick
60c barley mall 60c sweet fern COc carmel
tolu 25c No 1 New York 35c Whites Yuca
tan per box 70c 5box cartoons S3 25 Valen
tines euchre per box 65c Panama per box
65c California fruit per box 90c Berrys
beauty 90c tolu 25c per dozen 82 50 sweet
gum per box S5c
Almonds new soft shell small quantity 9 2
ISc English walnuts extra large small quan
tity i 18c walnuts Chili 12Sc fil
bert t > He Brazils new crop 9 2 > 12Kc
nut assorted 25lb boxes Comet brand 15c
pecans new crop 12ic peanuts fancy white
Virginia by the sack 6V5c small quantity 8c
choice white by the sack 7c roasted white
best quantity 10c peanut roasted No 1 Peer
less Hbu size 816 popcorn and peanuts
roated combined at factory 30 popcorn
roaster at factory 830 peanut roasted Boss
Pineapples standard 2Jbs 81 60175
peaches standard 2E > s 81 85 8B > s 82 65
seconds 2tts 81 50 3fts 83 40 strawberries
22 > s 81 50 blackberries 2J > s 81 30 green
gages 8 raspberries 2Jbs 81 50 marrowfat
peas 23bs 81 50 oysters full weight 1B > 8135
0j 40 2ttis 83 40a2 50 tomatoes standard
2tte 81 001 05 33 > s 81101 15 green corn
81 151 60 salmon 1a 1 3031 45 Columbia
river salmon 81 75185 sardines Js domestic
85 255 50 Imported 812S15 Eagle condensed
milk 88 00 California canned goods standard
brands Apricots 2iBs 82 35 peaches yellow
free 82 752 80 peaches white cling 82 75
2 90 plums 82 0DS2 10 pears 83 6032 75 grapes
82 0032 1a
Oranges California Riverside fancy 8325
3 50 Fancy Pomonas S3 50 peddlers stock
small size S3 00 Imperial Messinas M boxes
80s 83 00 Special prices In round lots Lem
ons fancy Messina 360s and 30Os 5 756 oa
Special price in round lots Bananas S3 COa
3 50 cocoanut per sack of 1 00 85 50 less
quantity 56 OO
Potatoes new Irish 1 25SJ1 50 California i
bu 81 25 Utah 81 30 new Louisiana in U bbl
bags 53 bag 83 75 choice old SI 30 Special
price in round lots Onions new Louisiana M
B 5c California 334c cabbage new Louisi
ana t 2 > 2ic Lima beans new crop 6c
Bayou beans new crop 5Uc Garlic double
string new extra 75c Chili pepper bale5j B >
20c less quantity 2c
Caromels assorted flavor 5 B box 75c jelly
beans 5 JS box 75c gum drops A B assorted
flavor 5 lb box 40c Japanese strips cocoanut
liaor 5 2 > box tftc rock assorted and white
75c French ktsse V B > 75c chocolate creams
Al 00c lemon drops frosted per box 65c
burnt almonds per bor 75c creams handmade
12 varieties S5c peanut blocks 65c peanut bar
per Sox SOc lozenges assorted con51bbox
75c jum drops Mound CIty5 IS box 65c marsh
tnallovs bantam 3 2 > box 65c marshmallows
dainty5 tt > box 81 5 mixed candy pails per lb
8Vc kindersartcn mixed I2c fancy flint S S
candy issorted pails 8i4c fancy flint H pound
sticks 515 boxes 45c
Tellies assorted 5u wood pails B > Be
5Ij tin piils doz S5 25 preserves
5B tins Vt poz SS 50 peach and pear
pails lie assorted 20 and 40B paiU 2 la case
extra 9 E > lie apple butter 5gal kegs extra
E > B 8c 20B kanaklns 8c mince meat kegs
dried ranrrs ralsess etc
Raisins London layers California box
82 50 London layers Us per box 0c loose
Muscatels California S3 25 gropes new Cal
ifornia S0B tags V B7c currants new crop
cask about 330E > s f lb 6c H casks about
200BS 6Uc boxes about 70lbs 7c prunes
rrench 80 to 85 to B S5B boxes 13Hc 60 to 65
to B 55B boxes 125c 60 to 65 to B 55B
boxes 14c Turkish new crop bags about 00
lbs 10c 50B lots Uljc apricots California
evaporated 25tt boxes 22c figs choice layers
bags about 60 Bs fl B 6c oval JJs 100
boxes 83 25 dates Persian 50B boxes So
citron Leghorn 5E > boxes B 22c
Buyers are giving Dry butchers hide flrst
class Sc B lights 7c dry fallen 6c dam
ged 2S3c pelts2040c dry salted heavy 5c
bull hides 4c erccn salted 33c butchers
green IKc hearings 10c haras hoofs and
bones per ton 86 00 delivered
Wool Light medium 1931e light fine 13
ltc teavy tine 12S15c
Following are wholesale quotations for Fort
Worth paefcine house products Prices are re
vised each nay and following quotations arc
subject to change at anytime Yesterdays
closing based on job lots Fort Worth mer
chants wUl duplicate these prices
HaculB to a Bs Blic IS to U s tVe 13 to
r >
16 Bs 9J c S to 13 Bs 10c breakfast bacon
wide or narrow 84c California or picnic
hams7 > jc New York shoulders 6 > Jc boneless
hams SJjc dried beef ham pieces only extra
dry Disc
Dry salt Short clear 6 > < c long 6Hc backs
6Hc shoulders SJc bellies 7Kc
Smoked Short clear 7c long 7c bacla
7c shoulders 6c bellies S
Pickled goods Tripe kits 85o i bbls 81 70
bbls S3 25 pigs feet kits S5c M bbls Tl 70
> S libLs 53 25 pigs tongues kits Si 75 U bbls
S3 50 bbl587 00
Lard Basis tierces pure leaf 7 c pure
family 6 c prime steam 63f I Baker s special
Lard scale For tin cans 50 Bs 2 in case ni
Jf c 20 Bs 4 in case add Sc 10 Bs 6 in cast
add Jic 5 Bs 13 In case add Tic 3 Bs 20 in
case add lc
For wooden packages 10B pails add Ki
30B palls add JictfOB tubs add ic H bbls
add Uc barrels add ic
Fre3h meat department Dressed beef sides
and carcasses steers t iSAc cows 3Ql c
hind quarters steers 829c cows CSSe fore
quarters 2 4c
Beef cuts Loins 9O10c standard ribs 6Sc
rounds 4Ji5c back halves5S6c chucks 3a c
liank stfaks Sc tenderloins ltc sweetbreads
l Hc brains 10c rumps 4c plates 2ijc ldin
strips 10c loin bntts 8c rib rolls 10c short
loins 10311c tongues each JOc kidney each
5c ox tails y doz COo
Mutton Dressed sheep SS9c racks 14c
breast 4c saddles 10c legs 6i9
Pork Dressed hogs 6i c pork loins 7c ten
derloins 9c spare ribs 5c fresh shoulders
6c fresh hams 9c fresh bellies 7Jc back
bones 2c neck bones 2c tongues i doz 60c
pigs feet V doz 25c livers V doz 60c hearts
doz 40c
Sausages Pork sausage 7c boncles hams
BJJc liver wurst 5c Wiener wurst 10c
bologna 5c head cheese 5c blood wurst Gc
McAlMstcr coal delivered from 3 tons up
86 50 McAllister coal single ton delivered
87 00 McAllister coal 2 to 4 tons delivered
86 75 cars 86 00 McAllister nut coal for cook
ing 1 ton delivered 85 00 McAllister coal JJ
ton delivered 83 75 McAllister coal J ton de
llvered 83 00 McAllister coal less than i ton
per 100 B 45c Brier creek coal carload lots on
track 85 50 delivered 2 tons 86 25 Victor
Colorado lump coal carload on track 85 50 per
ton nut J 75 Pennsylvania hard coal 1 ton
delivered 813 00 Pennsylvania hard coal > J
ton 57 00 blacksmith ioal 1 ton 812 50 Pitts
burg coal l ton 87 50 2 to 4 tons 87 50 Palo
Pinto mines Newcastle screened lump coal
carload on track 84 00 per ton Cameron Col
lump S6 00 per ton on track carloads lots de
livered single ton 87 Otf 2 ton lots S6 75 half
ton S3 76 quarter ton 83 00 Robinson CoL
lump on track 55 7i carload lots Quotations
are oc yard sales except where otherwise ex
cept where othewise expressly stated Delivery
made at 50c per ton or half ton extra
Cord wood One cord dry delivered 84 50
green St 75 onehalf cord delivered 83 25
stove wood one cord delivered So 50 onehalf
cord delivered S3 75
Grain and feedstuffs Quotations below are
on grain from store
Corn S5S9UC per bushel in shucks in sacks
Wheat Choice Texas 81 10 1 15 Panhandle
81 20
Oats Sacked 67a0c
Bran 81 20 per luOon car load lots f 0 b
81 40 per 100 in sack3 delivered
Cotton seed Per bushel 25c retail
Hay Loose local 14 OL15 00 best prairie
hay baled 815 D020 00 per ton in carload lots
f o b 15 00 small bales best 60c best For
ney SIS 00 per ton
Millet Per bushel 81 5
Chickens Commission men are getting S3 00
per doz for hens retailers are getting S3 25
3 50 per dozlight supply and in demandcom
mission men get 1 7532 50 per doz for choice
frying chickens retailers get S3 003 75 per
doz Good supply and in demand For tur
keys retail hens 5073 gobblers 81 00 com
mission men are getting 86 00 12 00 per doz
the latter for extra slow sale Commission men
are getting 83 25 for ducks slow sale
Eggs Commission men are getting 16o per
case per doz for Texas eggs retailers are get
ting 20c Supply very fair
Butter Commission men are getting 12 < 15c
per B for good country retailers are getting 25
30c per B for country SOc for strictly cnoice
Supply fair demand fair Choice creamery
35c retail
Quotations based on small lots to retail deal
ers ActanlinB oz 13c acetic acid No 8 1
B 8c carbolic acid cryst 9 B S5c muriatic
acid C P B 21c nitric acid C P B
25c sulphuric acid C P y B 25c tannic acid
bulk t B 1 35 alcohol 95 per cent = 3 gal
S3 40 alum f B 4c antifebrine f 0Z25C
antipyrine jJ oz 81 40 ammonia carbonate ft
B 15c blue vitrei p B 8o blue mass t B
50c blue ointment J B50c borax B lie
camphor gum t ft 55c capsicum powdered
V B 22c coperas P B 2g3c Dovers powder
B 1 20 ether sulphuric IJ S P ft 72c
gum arabic first pick fl ft 81 gun shellac Ifi
ft 25c glue brown ft 12c glue white f > B
20c mace > > 0c mercury t ft 85c mor
phine sulph P w JjS i > oz 83 45 mor
phine sulph P W oz bottle oz 82 20
nutmegs ft 70c castor oil gal SI 10
1 15 olive oil V gal 8110 linseed oil t < gal 65
< 470c sperm oil W B l pal 1 20 opium
ft S3 50 opium pa x ft 83 SO black peDper
t ft ISc rotash bromide t ft 44c potash
chlorate 5 ft 20e potash iodide B oz 82 85
2 iW quinine P W oz bottles B oz 3Sc
quinine 1 W oz cans 1 oz 36c qul
nite P W 5oz cans IS oz 33c quinine
Brunswick oz bottles oz 32c quinine
Brunswick 5oz cans 27c sal soda B 3c
saltpeter refined B ID 10c saltpeter commer
cial ft 6c salts Epsom i3 ft 3Uc salts
Kochelle 45c Bicarb soda kegs y B S c
sulphur Flowers 5bbl lots SJ c sulphur
Flowers small lots 45io spirits turpentine
market rates > gab white lead S P x B
7 c cream tartar B 33c
British Consols
Specia to the Gazette
London Juno 3 Consols closed 911316 Tor
money for silver 44JJ
exchange at New York
Special to the Gazette
Sterling Bank 60 days 4 S12 4 85
Commercial 60 days 4 84i34 S4 5
Reichmarks Commercial60da > 394 lllb943i
Franca Bank 60 days 5 21f
Commercial 60 days 5 22J4
Exchange at Now Orleans
New Orleans La June 3
Special to the Gazette
Sterling Commercial 60 days4 S3fi4 8IJ1
Francs Commercial 60 days 5 22Vi
New York sight Bank 100 premium
Commercial 40 premium
Exchange at Galveston
Special to the Gazette
Sterling 60 days 4 83
New York sight Par
New Orleans sight Par
American silver discount
Bond and Stocks
Special to the Gazette
New York Juno 3 Bonds and stocks closed
at the following prices bid
United Statesls registered 113
United States 4s coupons 120i
United States 4Jis coupons 100
Central Pacitic ls 107J
Denver and Rio Grande 4s 81
Missouri Pacific consolidated 6s
Mis = ouriKansas and Texas general 6s 76
St Louis ana Iron Mountain general 5s
exdiv S34
SL Louis and San Franciscp general mort
gage 103i
Texas and Pacific land grants 864
Texas and Pacific RioGrandes 31S
Union Pacific ls 108H
Central Pacific 30
Chicago and Alton 123
Chicago Burlington and Quincy 87J4
Delaware and Lackawanna 131X
Denver and Rio Grande
Erie common 19i
Fort Worth andDenVer
Houston and Texas Central SiJ
Illinois Central 97U
Kansas and Texas ex second mortgage
bonds Wfi
Lake Shore Kdii
Louisville and Nashville 73H
MlssourlPaciflc 7T r 6754
Northern Pacific 24i
Northwestern 107 f
New York Central 99
Pacific Mail 354
Reading 30i
Hock Island 76i
St Louis and San Francisco
St Louis and San Francisco preferred
St Paul common 62
St Paul preferred noii
Tennessee coal and Iron 34
Texas andPaelflc 1 13 > 4
Union Pacific 435
Wabash St Louis and Pacific certificates 10
Wabash SUiiOuls and Pacific preferred 21J
WellsFargo express1 140
Western Union telegraph 0
American cotton oil 22
Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe 30
Denver Texas and Fort Worth certificates 19
Denver and Bio Grande preferred 53V
Uverjiool Futures
Special to the Gazette
Liverpool June a Cotton futures closed
barely steady 1 to 2 points lower
Jcit S3 bid
Wholesale GroceruaiMlssion Merchants
1 for Fort Worth Packing Co s product and build up Home industries jgS
New York Futures
Special to the Gazette
New York June a Cotton futures closed
quiet but steady l to 4 points advance
June 8 46CJS 47
July 8 5S88 59
August 8 66 S 69
September 8 7S5 8 77
October 8 S3 S St
November S S7 S 8S
December 8 94ft 8 95
January 9 01 9 03
February 9 09a a 10
March 9 17 9 19
Sales 6100a
New Orleans Futures
Special to the Gazette
Nnw OrieansL June 3 Cotton futures
closed steady 2 to 9 points advance
June 7 9W7 97
July 8 108 11
August 8 2ia 8 22
September 8 32 8 33
October 8 ait S 45
Novomber 84 850
December S 55ft S 56
January 8 Mfi 8 65
Febrnary S 733 8 71
March S Slis 8 Si
Sales 21300
Liverpool Spot
Special to the Gazette
LrvxRrooL June Spot cotton closed
freely supplied at irreeular rate
Ordinary 4
Goodordiary tJ
Lowmlddling 4i
Middling 4 1116
Goodmiddling ft
Total Kales 8U0Ubales American 7200 bales
Imports 4010 bales American 4100 bales
New York Spot
Special to the Gazette
New York June a Spot cotton closed
quiet at t16c decline
Ordinary flj
Goodordinay 7 711
Low middling S
Middling 8J
Goodmiddling S
Middling fair 10i
Sales 175 bales
New Orleans Spot
Special to the Gazette
New Orleans L June a Spot cotton
Low ordinary 5J
Ordinary 6 716
Good ordinary O7
Lowmlddling 7 916
Middling SJf
Goodmiddling 9 516
Middling fairfv 10
Sales 10O0 bales
Galveston Spot
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex June a Spot cotton closed
steady at l16c decline
Low ordinary 5
Ordinary 6J
Good ordinary 6 1316
Lowmiddling 7 916
Middling i
Goodmiddling vi
Middling fair 10
Sales 570
Home consumption 48
Stock 108 5
Comparative Statement at the Spot Mar
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex Juno 3 The following are
the closing quotations for cotton on the spot
today at the leading markets together with
the closing for middling yesterday with to
days sales
Dally Movement at Interior Towns
Galveston Tex June 2
Special to the Gazette
Receipts and Exports at All Uniteil States
Galveston Tex June a
Special to the Gazette
Receipts thus far this week 23030
Receipts same time last year 1483
Receipts this day 5453
Receipts this day last year 593
Total receipts thus far this season 6756731
Total receipts thus far last season 5719608
Difference 1037113
Exports to Great Britain 23181
Exports to Franco 875
Exports to continent 7137
Stucksat all the United States Ports
Galveston Tex June 3
Special to the Gazette
Stocks this day 337233
Stocks this day last year 158335
Receipts at United States Ports
Galveston Tex June a
Special to the Gazette
Glveston 1205
New Orleans 625
Mobile ISO
Savannah 1285
Charleston 203
Wilmington 40
Norfolk 586
New York 515
Boston 251
Philadelphia 213
West Point 65
Other ports
Total thl3 day < 5433
Total this day last year 593
Frelchts from Galveston
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex June a By steamship
from Galveston Tex
To Liverpool Jd
To continent 1761d
To New York 40c 100Bs
Galveston Coffee Market
Special to the Gazette
GALVESTON TEX Juno a Coffee closed
unsettled good demand at yesterdays quota
Ordinary 20AJ
Good ordinary 20U
Fair t 3U
Prime 21ii
Choice 23i
Cordova 23
Galveston Sujp r Market
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex June a Sugar Planta
tion agents prices In round lots by the carloads
for Louisiana sugars
Market closed unsettled good demand at
yesterdays quotations
Plantation granulated None
Choice white 4V
Fancy yellow clarified None
Choiceyellow clarifled 4 > i
Prims yellcwdariacd 4i
Off yellow clarified None
Choice seconds None
Prime seconds None
Fair seconds None
Common second None
Standard granulated >
Standard confectionersA 4
Cubes i
Powdered 4
Crushed and cutloaf IX
Wholesaleprocersquotations iiO c higher
Grades omitted not in market
< lther Produce and Provision M arkett
St Loci Mo Juno 1 Wheat The nnrket
opening was c off from ypsterdav s cioe do
cllned still further but recovered somo just he
fore the close whkh as U < Hi < helpw j ester
days No2icd caslu 1 lO Ctl 01 Juue 9c
July BSJe August 932C bid December W4a
93ic asked
Corn The market was > c nbovr yetcrdays
clo e at the opening todav nnd continued tu
advance with an occasional reaction till near
the iio e when values weakened with wheat
No 3cash3U53V luly r 4c
Oats Market dull nnd easv No 2 cash
4 < c July4U c asked August 314c aked
foTimeal higher Si WS 00
Wni ky Market steady Jl lc
Provisions In good onler demand quiet and
Pork 10 87JJ 11 0
Lard 00
Dry salt meats Botcd shoulders S 00 lonsrs
86 05 short ribs SO 15 short clear So 20
Bacon Boxed boulder > 50 long 86 55
ribs S6 63i short clear id 75
New Orleans L v June a Coffee Market
quiet Rio ordinary to fair 1 19 0
Sugar Market steady Open kettle fair to
good lijQa ic common 2 < ks trie nfe
rior2 c centrifugalchoice white 4cchoke
yellow clarified 4e prime j ellow clirilled
4c Molasses Steady Open kettle good fair
to prime fermenting 23i325c centrifugal prime
to good prime SOc fair to good fair 1415c
Kansas Crrv Mo June a Wheat Market
quiet No 2 red cash 3c
Corn Market stronger No 2 cash 50 fc
Pork Boxed 810 60
Dry salt meats Shoulders 1 73 shoit rib
sides 85 95 long clear Fides S > 95 short clear
side 86 10
Breakfast bacon Boxed S3 75
Refined lard M oa
CnicAGO III June a Corn was the ruling
factor on the Board of Trade today and busi
ness in all of the pit was cry dull during
most of the session Wheat was fairly strong
during the forenoon with little trade then it
became active and weak in sympathy with
Protisions were dull until the afternoon
when thev put out the spirit of activity final
prices shown loss of 2 6i7c in pork 75c in
ribs and 10c in lard as compared with yester
day Leading futures clOsfd
Wheat lune SI 01 July OSc August
> l c
Corn June 57ac July Wr August 65 Jc
Pork July 510 65 September 110 374
Lard July 86 30 September 6 a
Short ribs July S5 95 September 6 JO
Cash quotations
Spring wheat No 211 Onai 01L
Corn No 257jC
Mess jiorl 10 5 10 55
LardS6 2036 22
Short ribs side J5soS r > 90
Dry salted shoulders SS 0O5 03 short clear
Sides K KaA K >
New York June a Wheat Spots active
and unsettled No 2 red 81 0j4 Option
steady and down June SI 09 July 108 i
August S103i
Corn Spots lower and weak No 2 83364c
Options weak and down June t > 2JcJuly fie
August 61a c
Coffee Options baiely steady and unchanged
to 15 points down Sales 29UO bagi
Sugar Raw steady and quiet A forced ale
was made by a bank of 2MX bags Centrifugals
96test atSiC and 8U0 bags molaes Sugar
89test at 2Jic rellned unchanged and qniet
St Louis Wool Mirkct
St Louis Mo June a Wool Receipts
222200 pounds Market quiet and easy tend
Ing lower Manufacturers are not dipo = ed to
make any offers on Texas and Territory and
values are therefore more or less nominal
choice bright wool softening in price
Huston Wool Market
Special to the Gazette
Boston Mass Junca Wool Pair demand
at previous prices
Livestock Markets
St Louis Mo June a Cattle Receipts
4500 shipments 1600 Market strong
Good to fancy native steers fci iiaao 10 fair
to good native steers SI Wu5 20 Texans and
Indians S3 WQ5 60
Hogs Receipts 6100 shipments 18ua Mar
ket lower Prices ranged J4 00S4 60
Sheep Receipts 3300 shipments 3C00 > Mar
ket steady Good to choice 2 > 450
Kansas Cirr Mo June a Cattle Receipts
700 shipments 709 Best grades steady to
higher others dull and loner Steers 83 50Q
6 00 stockers and feeders S3 f 33 DO
Hogs Receipts 13700 shipment 2600 Mar
ket low cr on all grades 83 004 45
Sheep Keceipts 7W shipments 120X Mar
ket dull and loner
CnicAGO III June a Cattle Receipts
12O0O shipments sau Market slow steady
and strong Steers 81 75ffly5 25 Texans ti 7i >
4 10 stockers and yearlings S3 0U4 60
Hogs Receipts 33 00U shipments 10000
Market dull and lower All grades 81 0024 CO
Sheep Receipts 90u0 shipments 3STO Mar
ket fairly acti e and stronger Texans U 35yi
f4 35 Westerns 1 12H5 25 Natves 84 Ou
5 00
New York June a Beeves Receipts 2000
head The market dull but steadv Native
steers 3 606 40 Dressed beeves weak at
89 c
Sheep Receipts 700 The market firm at
84 2SCJ5 75 V j
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