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Fort Worth gazette. [volume] (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, November 20, 1892, Image 6

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Tho Second Day Proves a Gilt
terlng Success
THE LADIES BUSILY AT WORK
Th Coumllloea Who Art In Charoo Ths
Young Ladles l the Boolhi The Thanks
giving IWarKct The Muilcal Feat
ure Firemans Day
Yesterday and lastevcnlnp tho Mer
chants Cninlral and Art Loan Kxhlbit
was under full hoadwitv and throng of
tiny laughln people jhissci In and uut
from the tlmo the doors were opened
until they wero closed itt ulffht
The store room formerly occu plod
by Maddox nilson naver presented ft
moio attractive nppeanuice but It Is nt
nlilil under the wlilto light from tho
an and Incaudosecnt lamps that It
presents tho most plowing picture
Tho booth richly una lustily bulltand
dicorutcd In tno most handsome
manner nuil with artistic tuato Ihocun
stantly moving tlironp of people vountf
and old the hum of uonversntlon puno
tuatod with snatches of joyous luugh
tur utraliiriuf music soft aud > swcot und
tho lurfutno of flowers all conspired to
render thuoccasion ono of rare attrac
tfon a delight tiitho eyes
Thu ladled having cnargo of tho Car
nhal are dosorvlus of the utmost praise
for thotr efforts to muku tho event n
finnnclnl and an artlstta success ft In
gotten up by the ludlcHGf the oonijre
cations ot tho two lrosbytorlnn
churches Mrs lloyd of the Uroudwuy
rhurch and Mm Conor ot tho
First church being tho nrosl
denUi of tho twu Koclottos ot
church workers Tlioy havo used
every effort to uwnken un Interest In
tlieaffalr and how well tlioy have suc
ceed d Is attested by tho groat success
of the alfnlr They were ably assisted
by too followingoommi i s
Maiknt committee Mrs linker
chairman Miss Luuru Kiel lo Mrs Nl
long Mls Undo SclieilUr and Mm
rurusworth Mrs SMed MIm Culburt
sunArt
Art committee Mrs Ltnnln chair
man Mesxlains Loving Keeler and
Cannula
Music committee Mrs Cumtnlngs
clinirninn Mrs Furmor
Itooth uoinmilleo Mesdames lloyd
and Carter
Advertising committee Menlames
It K Iluobannn and 11 I Paddock
Ctolue aud fancy work committee
Mr Hnrlns clisirroair Mesdauio U
V Cumpboll nod A J line
Itcfrashmont cumtnlttcw Mn Dun
hip chulrmaii Mesrianica Malone
Thomiaon Hnrns Ilall Clement
Walker CeUliidclnor Tyler Stevens
ltiHaoll Mraiigomcry lloyd Talbot
Bjieed und Terrell
Tho young lad In oharga of tho
ouHha are n follow
Mitchells Mis Paulino Wynne
1ralik Uowo MihTIpioii
11 Idllls Mix lttt <
Llnioid Je FiherMlss Flossie
Hrolth
DCrunliy Slmm MImios Lnural
MUI Mlunl > li tl
l ogauft iv Mbmn juisa Maddox
auU liaiWuuduiuil
UIII hcuiu r MIsr Mai Ktelle
tort Worth China Oumnany Miss
Fiulu e
V 11 Tv IorMl Lura Stella
nuu Mary Prvulinan
W Itman Ihu Mlea Itntos
J K TyylurMhea Alloa Walkor
ftannlo Magldur Manit Culburtson
Sixlng muiltlnos Mrs Cooper
Firetnons headquarters No one vet
asilgnud
Monday night will bo riromens
nlgnt and tho ladtei an preparing to
huvo that eroolng more than uually at
tractive A musical pnigninmo of
rare excellence will bel praaentuU by
tho Cathnllo choir In which tho Hot
l rhu Maulolln club will al o take
ravt Tho prtwramtno had not boon
fully arranged last night but will bo
pivwnted In tomorrows Issuo ot Tills
UAZKTTE
1mbably tho most attractlvo feature
cf the oarnlval to thono young peoiilo
ai hast those whoaro just beginning
to Indulge In Iivos Young Dream
Is tho pawnshop n novel f ature In
which Mr Ilranoh Is tho pawnbroker
ami young indies tae placed In pa n to
b i cdeeuHid by tho young gentlomon
The ladles take etieelal pride In tho
rvfrubhmont department whoru ono
o for
mi a quarter obtain a most de
licious lunch This Is a department
Uut Is well patronised ond deservedly
w tor moro appetising food cannot bo
rroeunUIli tho city
Any mention of thocarnlval would bo
tmeomploth without alluding to tho
Cuiietuoii
vmiTi unj beaUllul
tures a view ef which ts worth far
more
than thainIoa of admission In fact It
is nM to be the mout oxtensl > volua
bio and Inteitatlngyetprutcomd In this
city
J ho carnival will oontlou u 4fter
Thankkglvtng and In order that this
American festival may bo approprtatolv
observed and that good dinners may u
provided without tho troubls andex
ponso necessary upon tho pan of house
Ktvcs who got up the dinners at homo
tho ladies are preparing special
Thanksgiving day msrkt at wiihib
one can putohase a delloli u dinner
ready for nerving lit loss expanse than
the same caa bo prepared at homo
very
Smokers Nose
knows when It li pleased It It always
pleased with the fragrant and peculiar
aroma of
BlackwelTs
Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco
Whkh has been for more than a quarter
of a centurv the desire and delight of
comfort lovers everywhere It strikes
the taste of many fastidious smokers
Try 1
Blackwells Durham Tobacco Co
THE CARNIVAL
DUKHAU 11 C
Thu > market will 1m held on Wednes
day before Thanksgiving day
A NOBBY BOOTH
7n tho center of tho room stands ono
of the most attractive of the many
handsome booths In tho carnival that
of the enterprising shoo firm of Crow ley
t Simms The booth Is trimmed and
draiKvl In brhrht colors pleasing to tho
eye and the exhibit arranged with such
rare taste that It brings forth many
encomiums of prabe In tall gloss
cases wero oxhlted tho speci
mens of tho most famous
makes in shoes and slippers of the best
known manufacturers For gentlemen
there are French cal kangaroo pat
out leather shoos of all tho mora fash
ionable and also comforlablo patterns
dancing pumjM to sulllhe most fastid
ious una everything and anything In
footgeur For ladios there
s even a larger variety cf Bhoce to se
lect from since In ladles shoes the
manufacturer finds a hotter field for
giving his fancy full piny There are
sllpixrs of satin silkwhlte and red kid
either plain or decorated Besides these
there is a large variety of infants foot
gear so tiny und prolty looking that It
appear out of place to call them shoos
1 his booth Is doing n pnw erous busl
noMf and Its llltlo watting room Is con
stantly crowded by customers
A FOOD DUUhAY
To tho left of tho grand stairway is
the dlptaynf fancy groceries mad by
N S licldcn Great progress bus boun
made within thu lust few ears In thu
matter o groceries and where
once the grocormans truJo
was confined to staples and
goods In bulk there are now foods ready
for tho tablo nnd In convenient puck
ugos and tins preserves tellies fruits
game soups and a thousand other neces
sities and luxuries At Mr Beldcn
stand ono cun find the l st known and
hlglnist grade of cereals tanned fruits
of every description jiutiod game
fancy crackers wafers and cakes bot
tled pickles and olives both Imported
and uomustlo the finest preserves and
Jellies better than homemade Al
phones Ilnurd famous goodspmn pud
uiogvand other dellcaclee toonumerous
to mention
Miss Bullo Bates has charge of tho
stand nnd takoa pleasure In quoting
prices
niLISKFtXNER
The firm of K1IU Kolluer snd
dlers and hnrnos makers are repre
sented In a handsome booth near the
south disir Tho twolh Is unique u
It
that Is cunstructid entliely from
nrtlcles In stock The sign Itself being
made up ot siuldlo nails The walls
are lap robes of tho handsomest kind
with a display or fine whljis hanging in
the back ground The figure of a
horse saddled end brindled their
well known sign Btands to one bldu
ot the booth nnd n show
filled with horse and mulo iowelrv Is
conspicuous Scattered ubout are hinev
Texas and Kentucky raddles und ladles
side saddles all made by this firm In
tho showcase Is a Uwitlful whip nt
mother o H < arl silver nnd Ivory This
whip took tho prlso at tho Centennial
and Is ii thing of beauty Miss May
Stcllo is tho saleslady for tills stand
H N CONNIJIl
Mr II N Conner makes a small but
well selcotcd display of goods from his
extensive stock o Ixxika nnd station
ery Prayer books u sot ot Shake
sp or lsjund In rod li ather fancy brass
ink stands toilet sets In silver boxes
and fnncv novelties and stationery
nrtlcles constitute the display which
is In tho northeast corner of tho room
MISS REAGAN
Miss Itcngun tho milliner Is aba In
the northeast corner and show several
beuutllul uittorn huts trimmed In the
latest fashions Besides those are many
fancy nrilol from her extensive nnd
elalmrate stock The exhibit though
not large I a andsoine uuu
II TAYLOll
The first booth along tho middle of
the room ts that of W II Taylor and It
does his oxtenstvo nnd widely known
oitabHhuumt lull justice The booth
is decorated and mado up ot rud white
nnd bluoolothand looks voryattractive
A geuura display of dry goods Is
shown nrticlas ircm almost ovcry de
partment of the store lietng on sale In
ladles laue handkerclllefs there Is an
esjioclally fine showing
iho eases ot vhldi there aro four
are fllleil with beautiful opera fans
gloves laces ribbons caps for misses
and num > rnus lltllo article of ladles
wear Jackets tor childrensdoaks for
ladios and u large variety of trimmed
hat are displayed Many seem to hare
tho Idea that those articles are sold for
tho benefit of the store but such
Is not the case the goods are
aro as low and In somo cvsee even low
er than at the storo itself and the prof
its gn to thelodied of the oKurch who
are conducting tho carnival AtW II
Taylors stand most anything in the
drv goods line ono bo found and tho
prices are all right
BAKEU BUOTHEltS
A bank of beautiful Mower plants In
full bloom which aro on tho south side
or tho mum vra much admired It
was the display ot Baker Brothers dor
1U and horticulturists
MISS LOUGUmiXIE
Tho dUplny o Mis Uughrldge tho
milliner was in the middle row and
was greatly admired by the ladles The
display comprised some pattern hats
trimniid In the latest fashionsconsn
quontly the oonter of nitrsctiou
BFACrtlTL NFKDUWOI v
Perhaps the h oaomost feature of
tko carnival was tho exhibit by Mlsa
NOVEMBER 20 1893
TUB GAZETTE FT WORTH TESSUNDAY
Kmma Cooper agent for tho White
New Home and IJomestic sewing ma
chlneaataWHotutonsrrcot Her booth
was Blind with art ombroiderics
made by Miss Cooper on the
machines she sells and showing tho
most exquisite taste and skilled work
manship One piece is of flowers work
ed in Toiling another a waterfall work
ed In bolting cloth Miss Cooper is
proud of hor machines and her work as
she has reason to be and cheerfully
shows their workings and gives practi
cal tests
testsLOGAN EVANS
This enterprising firm as usual was la
the front with a beautiful booth tho
handiwork of Miss Mamie Hughes who
has It in charge and Mr Pike Maudox
The booth was Of white and gold and
tho background filled with a mirror
Hanked by lace curtains In the coses
and ngalnst tho walls were displayed
shoes for all sizes and conditions of
people Thick soled tlghtIaced hunt
ing boots crowded thedalntyand fragile
ball slippers made of pink satin Babies
shoes were near neighbors to mens
street shoe Overgalters In tan brown
and black riding legglus patent
leather polish and lino French polish
were also In stock and wold at storo
prices
A good lino of slippers which aro
always popular during the holidays lu
velvet and fancy leathers wero also
shown
shownCOLLINS
COLLINS AtlMSTItONO
Ono of tho richest looking booths In
tho entire oxhlbltlon is that of Collins
Armstrong tho material going into
tho makeup and tho urtlstlo manner
In which tho draperies aro arranged
accounting for this Tho hangings aro
mostly of plush and varicolorcd Somo
of the drajierlos aro beautifully worked
In silk with floral designs Tho floor is
covered with handsome rings and tho
booth supplied with eovcral
plush chairs From the walls
aro also suspended somo oil
pictures elegantly framod
Au upright Hazloton piano finished
in antique oak nnd an organ comprise
the exhibit sufficient to show that this
firm handlos tho finest makes in pianos
and organs
F M HOWE
Tho largo handsomely trimmed booth
Just to the left as one enu rs the build
ing is that of Mr F M Howe the Main
street druggist Tho booth is decor
ated with too national colors A largo
cabinet occupying tho wnll epaccdil tho
rear contains hundreds of bottles of
colognes t > erfumos hair tonics and
other toilet necessities and luxuries A
standing caso tu the loft Is com
pletely filled with toilet soaps of
tho finest makes while in the larger
case are Jierfumes of standard makes
extra fine qualities In cut gloss bottles
perfume atomlrors ot all sizes some
fancy and some pnlnsllverbucked hair
brushos and numerous other toilet ar
ticles The stnnd Is attended by Misses
Tipton and Foster
J 1 TAYLOlt
J I Taylor fruit dealer at 201 Main
street booth In tho center of tho room
It Is red white and bluo and orna
mented with fancy Christmas troo dec
orations that give it quite a holiday
api > oarunce Finoconfectionery fruits
nuts and other delicacies aro disjiensed
by Mlstes Nannie Magruder Nannie
Ciilbertson nnd Alice Walker who have
charge of tho business
MADDOX FLLTSON
A bluo hutiso is ono of tho first
features of the carnlvul that strikes the
eye from Its unlnuonos It contains
tho exhibit of Maddox Ellison Cu
Tho house Is about ton foot high and
hasnsloplDg roof and through tho o ien
front tile interior furnished to repre
sent u diuwtngrooni cun bo seen
Tho floor Is coriieted and tho bluo
interior makes a good background for
thu furniture which Is of tho hand
somest nnd latest deslgnbelng In white
und gold und oak On tho walls wore
hung a nutnlier of works of art and thu
plnoe had u look of cozlness about it
that was very Inviting to tho beholder
This booth Is ono of tho most unlquo
and consequently notlceublo booths In
the carnival
ONE OF THE PItETTIST
Cortulnly one of thu prettiest and
moHttustly of all the displays Is that
inndo by J E Mitchell tho jowolor
Tho Main street show window ol Mr
MltoheUs store Is an cxnmplo of tho
artlstlu skill of the decorator In charge
und the samo taste has been shown in
tho arrangement uf tho booth A
suepended basket of flowers gives
n restful air ot nature to tho
surroundings of art Thu hlghclas
Jewelry and art goods dealt In by Mr
Mitchell are shown to groat advantage
In this handsome display Thore aro
souvenir spoons bnlr ornaments novel
ties In gold and sllvir nnd trinkets nf
every kind to tempt thu beholder to ex
change his cash for what he sees here
And not by uny means the lonst attrac
tive part of this handsome display ts tho
liowltehlng maid who has charge of It
Miss Paullnu Wynne
SOME NECESSITIES
From gold and dlnmonds nnd articles
ot vertu to shoe and slippers from
the beautiful to tlje useful such Is tho
tnnisltleu as onu pusses to tho next
booth occupied by tho ltockford shoo
store and Weltmon Bros Miss Lulu
Bates who presides mado this
one of tho popular gathering
places Tho display of line shoe
nnd slippers In leather satin or silk
shows that art has Its place hero too
and can make the uoful and necessary
footcovering a thing o twauty Tho
exhibit Is not a large onough onu to
crowd tho space but It Is thoroughly
cumpleto in representing all tho varie
ties of shoes andshows a discriminating
taste in purchasing as well as in dis
playing what ts purchased
A GENEROUS UIFT
Owing to tho fact that the spaco was
somewhat limited In tho building sev
eral of tho
Intending exhibitors wero
crowded out among thorn being the
Crawford Dry Goods company As the
result of this tho ladios lost tho
profits of the snlea that would
have resulted had the company
opened a broth So tho Crawford Dry
GoodBOo generously handed in their
check for 25 a gracious act for which
the ladles express their gratitude
Washer Bros also wore left out In
the cold and to get oven lliey donated
n handsome smoking Jacket to tho
carnival which will bo sold
A WUONQ IMPRESSION
The committee of ladle having the
carnival In charge wish to correct tho
Impression that the merchants get tho
boncftt ot tlis tales Tlfo profits go to
tho churcli Tho goods are sold by the
young ladles and the entire business
conducted by them All that tho mer
chant get out of it is tho advertising It
gives them It you patronise the car
nival you patroolln tho church
This age has become a great c
sinner of paper The world has 1500
pi > l > or ranis
NO BLACK FLAG
Business fofltAe SayS Senator
Bowser of Dallas
TO SUPPORT GOVERNOR HOGG
Until He Dofa Something to Forfeit th En
dofiment of tfie People
Il the Duty ot Tens OemocrafTh Counties
Continue to Send In R urn on tht
Recent StatflElecironHowlht
Vote Standi 9 Date
VOTE BY COUNTIES
Mowing is the vote by counties
where thoy have reported la full
Some few or tb e counties aro not eng
tirely complete one two or three boxou
not havlnj report hut practically
tho tablo is inclusive of all tho votes
polled In tho countlea given This
does not Include towns and ureclnots
reporting singly
Arnnss
AtlLICOSI
Archer
Armstrong
Austin
Haylor
Bastrop
UeU
Hexar
Dlanco >
KorJon
llotuiue >
Howie
Brazoi
JJraorfa t
Urincoe
Brewster
ltrown
Buchel
Burlr > S3Q j
Burnett
Culdvvell
Cameron maj
Camp
Careen
Caw
Chtldroas
Clay
Cherokee
Colorado
Comal
Comanche
UoUIn
Coleiiuu
< Joncho
Cooke
Corieill
Ctoiby
l > allas
Dolta
Benton
Do Witt
Donley
Buvui 4
Kastlmd
inns
KUaao
Emtli
laiu
lainln
Fiiyette
Moid t
FUncf
Vim i
Krc i tie
Pra k
OaU
Uotltm
< mi ve >
OrlOKrt rt t
lira > u
Uuiidklupt
tlrwr
Hnlo
Hall
Hamilton
Hardeman
HarrU
Harrlsou
Uaitloy
IIiwhorl
llctnlorion
Horaphlll
UU1
Hood
Hopkitit
Hownrd
Houiton
Hunt
Jack4
Jiupor
iJoiei
Johimon
Kurtios
Kaurman plu
Kinff ipiiy
Knox
Lamar 0 > lu
tjivauvo
I eo VV
IJmestone
U vo Oak
Ubartr
Luhboclc
Marion
Mnrtin
MoJina
Ma oii
McCulloch
MtIjennan
Menard
Mttland
Mllara
muis
MltcheU
Montaffuo
Vontromery
Morru
Motley
Naoocdoihes
llvar o
Nolan
Nu Ac
Oranso
lalo Pinto
Parker
Tolk
roller
rre Uin plu
tundaiiv
Itofvre
Uod Hirer
KockvYRU
Kunsoh
Ku k
San Jacinto
Scurry
Saackelford
mllh
Suyder
burr
SUlieos
SterttniT A
StonewaU
Tarraut
Tram
Xftrockmorton
Tjim Green
TltU
Trinity
UPhur
Uvalde
Van Zandi
WaUer
Walker
Washington
Webb
Wilbarger
JNilliamwa
Wliaen
> Vtchli
w >
wY0UDf
Zatiata
9
Ml VU Ml
ial 9t 14
This does not Include the vote cast
tor Houston and PreudsrEaat whi7 >
amountatoverytlttte The veto from
h SHJ counties foots up M13ML S
he total reaehee 415000 Is eMima
d there are still about MOOO to
< repctted Upon the unpu
that tia ratio f the diTlaien of fi
romalnlng votes among the threo can
didates will ho a steady continuation
ot those reporting tho division will
he ahout as follows
Hoje 160000
Clark 120000
Nugent 100000
WHAT BOWSER SAYS
Dallas Nov 10 Siieclal Senator
elcot O I Bowser who toolc charge of
tho TlmesUcrald as receiver today
was an ultra supporter of George Clark
until the convention and lifter the con
vention he said nothing Tnntght
Senator Bowser snld to the GAZETTE
correspondent that ho did not tiroiiose
to follow Georgo Clark further
Ho did not hellevo In tho
back flag business nnd did
not want but ono Democratic party in
Texas Governor Hogg has neen re
clcctedand the peoplo of Texas expect
at his hands u liberal and progressive
ndmlnlstratlon llo doems It
tho duty of every Democrat and every
Texan to extend to Governor Hogg ear
nest support until such time as he for
feits his right to that sup
port Senator Bowsor says he
does not anticipate anything to
criticise or condemn In the chief ex
ecutive Like tho Gazette ho dclares
for one party a united people nnd nil
working to advance tho best interests
of the Lone Star state
GIIEER
Mangum Tcx Nov 19 Special
Our commissioners court completed
tho olllclal count of the election yester
day and tho result Is as follows Clove
land SOI Harrison 35 Weaver CM
Uogg 730 Clark 157s Nugent 761 All
of the stato Hogg ticket carried In
same ratio
Tho county Democratlo tlckot was
elected as follows It P D G ratten
reid district attorney Jarrott Todd
county judge J W Logan county and
dlstrlctclerkiail Tittle sheriff G
H Eubank county attorney S C
Vanleer county treasurer E E Itns
sell county assessor A J Berry
man county surveyor W B Kiscr
hide und animal inspector
FLOYD
Floydadn Tex Nov 19 Spcclal
Tho orllclal eouut has been made and
only varioB a few figures from thoso re
torted J C Welch was sitpposod to
lie elected county treasurer by ono
vote but tho olllclal count dUclosed a
tlo between him and W O Mcnofee
Another olectlon will bo ordered to be
held December 10 R M Emerson tho
old treasurer resigned and W T Mont
gomery was appointed to fill tho va
cancy until tho election Is held
TRAVIS
Austin Tex Nov 19 Special
The olllclal voto In Travis county tho
count of which was concluded today
gives plurulltles on tho Clark ticket as
follows Rogers IKK McDowell 1C3S
Allen 12211 Goreo 1237 Walsh 2102
Ulckler 1815
Other candidates who carried county
wero congress Jos D Sayers state
senate Walter Tips representatives
Thos II Wheloss nnd D
cPa i eo Twentyslxth
district P G Morris Fifty
tnliil district James H Robertson
district nttorney A S Ilurlesou
county Judge Win VonRownbarg
county attorney A S Walker dis
trict clerk James P Hart cornm
clerk Frank Bran n sheriff E White
treasurer Ed Anderson county asscs
rlf1 Motzi county collector W
111 brasher
filled ixwltbns l for except Thrasher
who takes the plnce of A II Morris
3vs ai plTcant
Decatur Tox Nov llSneclal V
Ilon It E Carsowell Is ah nnX anl
for the position of United States attor
ney of the Western district ot ToxaT
Mr Carecwell has received tho unant
nious Indorsement of this bar and Is an
attorney of this county for four years
ANOTIIER APPLICANT
Ca J o0e
StesStvilSln
Sffraaffig s
ctJo HOGG RESOLUTION
rp tiT0 M
w uon
at the next meetlug 111100 to hel0
to send a lobby to Washing HoWle
their utmost endeavoT J1 to u
Federal pi In thel fc P
CMT0 BlNm
BeTtne
Abeul 12 ov S S > < Slelal
Ore bale f eottoiTS BrMt t uty
Ore eng the Sap iiiii5 strnsi iir
COURAGEOUS BULLS
Get Their Nerve Back on
Good Bank Statement
THE SHARE MARKET STRONG
RiHroad Bonds Except Texas and Pacifies
Firm Rates tor Money Call and Time
Reasonably Low Sterling Ex
change Steady
McTXTtOY OTLBHTIT
New Orleans Ln Nor 10 Special
MeKlroy Gilbert miy
Futuits Some more uuhtile Intlucuces
thnu tue fiillluR off in last weeks iuove
lurnt or the settlement of the Lanca
shire strike wns ot work for LiTeriKK > l
vrcn In early iKxtxettston of both of these
thin morning The advance there was
mule rial the cloalu although Irroffulur
nnd unsettled Khowlnu an advance of
from U to 701 Spot business Is fair at
111 advance snle > being SOUO bnlcs
New Yoik furnished the ttemmtion of
the seaitun advancing at tho opening i 5
iwints abuve laxt nights closiug n lluc
tuutlon which lius not been recorded for
mntir years This market naturally
bullish wis eager to respond and we
clone 40 points higher than yesterday
and our oliieial price In within U points
of New York on Jauuury and 0 on
ilnrch This difference however docs
not appear no unreasonable when we
see spots here again at O i J for middl
ing while cotton for lVhrunry delivery
Is at tho sutne level The Bales today
wero very small oulv 000 bales from
1 utters tableg and 1000 bates to arrive
The demand was excellent but the small
soles indicate that of our fairly good
stock very littlo ts being offered for sale
by holders Hie saroo condition of af
fulrs exists throughout the Interior und
nt counts for the very short offerings of
f o b eotton
The general opinion of the cause of
tpdav b boom Is that a reduced crop es
timate Is about to be Indued by a prom
inent authority of which some intimation
Iuh perhaps been first Riven In Liverpool
In the nreaent state of bullish sentiment
It would not be < Ilflicilt to nut up prices
but If reports now received am true
movement bids fair to show the effect of
the attractive power of higher prices
Combined with line weather heavier
receipts are promUed for the coining
week Wo have become so accustomed
° forge figures of loHses If the mouinent
should lime a com pn rati rely less amount
than has been of Into the public would
no doubt be disappointed The habit of
trailing on the curb after our oflidal
cloning at 3 p m during the week and
1 otlock noon on Saturday hns become
ao extensive that the lioard of directors
of the Cotton exchange has felt constrain
ed to cnlt attention to the rule proldbit
iug curb trading and which Ivn piactl
eallv been a dead letter for some time
It Is prouosed to enforce thli rnlo rigo
rously and we therefore suggest to our
friends the nrtrliuuUUr of getting their
telegrams in In proper time to rcutu here
before our dosing
atwooi vjolkt co
New Orleans Tji Nov 10 Special
Atwood Molet At Cu say Imurcs
Ue predict for the short Interest
n very
IlUly Kcraiiihle nud It s not now a
juebtion t how tin longs are going to
g t out of their holidays but It may be
a most serious nuentlou fir the whorls
as to the price the longs will let tbei
eoyer at If the crop Is anything under
TjuXH bale there will not bo enough
to proude for the various wants we
mentioned In ours of yesterday The
higher the market goes the luore 1m
IHvssed will the cotton world irenernlly
Ik as to the adWablllty of puttlug their
money lato aclual eotton us uu iinest
nient and this Mill bo a ery serious
leature so fur as withdrawing cotton
from the marlAt Is luuwrned thit
n
1 IU reilucc the suiiplr ollerini lit ii
time when
we will be likely to 0ml the
must active ami Renerul of sjiots lie hav
uuiuber ef J ears
JHJJIIiii toilar liero Is IK3 but It rnulJ
see in this the tnVit of bear
in
i
l ° n7 luences for one ihir what the mar
ii JU di if r lone
ll
ii W 1 nnroved tMM tMlay but
Jra iV1 alvoineil 110
> eipct a higher market
jm 1 Ti111 ilar VLODH balesaralnst
hr 1 r r Th estimate
Sits I J11 l WU baits against
bales lam year
December tUffemiMir
000 bales last jnt ST
the same date iSfift
W bales last jm Uf
lw to cull utnflfj
are lcalini In HI S
consist ot a hnir te St
wlio Imts
or svlllJSf
closinit of the mutsTJ
luaj lie et JiJ
o elock eioept on 8trtS
at p n This ha SSl
Hint hns been lent Irahifl
after tlio cIohIsj houiSf
spots cloea qiiaP J
Quotation
no 311M
JIONCX AMlriS
New York Ns Bfi
easy nt 4 per mtiim
iwr tent J wS
1 rime mercantiU u S3
Sterling eichanjs5tnV
for shtjfHlsr bills lufli
inand yN
ST0CK8 4MIK
New York Nor ItaTn
mlscellaneona shw aA
strong tbrouzbotit til do
ncss of sterim ndasi
bulls with frt h renin n
now takings inattdMatis
tbelr opiwnenti Hi i
statement al til i au
ltusluess howcrr w s
The eiecl llr ffiwjtVi
lug Americas 8actr > U
Nnsbrllle snJ Viiloul h
ers ami Treat lints M
firm The nwril oaitf
Itnilronil bond no m
cilics which dKltoed3
ttoernnient Ikqiu sbt i
State bonds duU a
ri > itnaj
DtllMt
Ilankrato
Silver Xl
Consols
EachBpilwW
NswYoric Kotltr
Storlinit Hanr O jy
CommorclnJ IB 4
ltelthmarksConiK J
days
i i
FranksBank Miffn
CommerclalIWil Ji
ticii
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dais M rri
FrunksCoromoril f
Now YorkaljhtB V
Commercial 1 j
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SterllngtlO dajtl
Now York sfcjht 31
Now OrloaM I
New YoscKor jM
and bonds dMei MS
United Statu JJ S
DnltcaBuusiJ SRSSr
Control radncllria
iapvsri
B
0rLosland Sa n
Union 1sflHl 3
nva1
C rid P 1
kre nt tK15 aud it Ts nstoiiI hlnB Hut i KfiSSn a
w b smU small premiums the shorts Iletawiw and un fiSits
Jill net luke hold nnd roicr while they
ran at auih small dlffereuoes
line of the
most prominent mruiuoM
or eentress from Mlsslsslii was Inter
l Jy frlon1 t rs nt Vlcks
ii ci I yestenlay In referemv to
1
v 1 bln l < w were allowed to
C J one of enr nioruiiii luiurs
lay He takes tho poitlou
nrontly against any probability or Hint
nni Passing th0 01t congress nud bis
u nueiiee makes any remarks of his wor
L ° eonsMeratlon We have the
same iuformaUon from a cm respondent In
reins
emoting the opinion of a iixnintr
11 ° frou at state It lh eon
il J niemliers of eongress from nil
iRj ni M Moull Interview
ins r reprysentatlrea mi this subject it
J JS 0 wuslilernUK nioment In the
ulfLnSi sUowliig tin representatives
i 1 mMr Uwnilier that lliere
seJi Ifrr lrcK sentiment In the South
arsint
By mU mnmnt
fr c < 1 n tOHhv of nearly 50 points
JiS l Mt t yestenlny and 40
wfrl < > 1 to the fwllng that our
tff wl Mr < n1 Un Intenst
toSi V i1 or cotton from the
sih J ° w < li t would re
II ° iwrtn with eiltintr laws
i l T frc 1 market US point
0lnl
sttAiiii moro < h next slay In
syuiiwtby pt were oweied 3ia To
mLl VmpalliT with the reaction In
Wis have been ndvnneed
Denver Jl stf
Denvor and Klo Or J
iWwertMj SS
Houston ami T1
lUlnolCenlMU iaS
Mlaionrt Ksa Ji
LakeShors ja fcftf
UioiavlllssndJ1
Kitted
psrllloMs11 7
Kosdlng < <
SitouliandSis 4
Union Jiiu aJfgl
cam iJjrfJ
VVeatern l
Tiinsu1
ilo and V W ill
that V f lts
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