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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1884, Galveston, Texas THE GALVESTON MONDAY MAY 26 1884 Fade SYSTEM Int Gl Northern R R Division GALVESTON Houston Schedule I April I KM Houston Texas Central R A I L W A Y Two Express Trains Daily PULLMAN PALACE CARS ON DAY Plows Bulky Plow k d per 100 100 Posts fencing each Powder Powder half kegs Powder miai Railroad Material fur construction and NORTH DAILY Houston Palestine 4.50 p in Ar 7.00 p.m Ar 1.16 a m A 11.00 a in Ar p a in m Ar p m 8.55 a Little Rock St Louis Kansas 3.03 p m in Ar 8.05 u 7.55 p p AMI Sleeping md between W IT SOUTH DAILY Houston Palestine Little Rock 6t Louis m Lv 5.45 p m Lv a m L 10.60 a A W p.m L 10.40 a in Lv 4.00 a m p m LT 7.20 p m L 18.30 p m Lv p m LT p m LT a m IT 8.00 a m Austin San Antonio Dallas St A N E I MO n p i p i- 5.10 p in m p in p 6.10 a in 1 0.10 p in i m in 1.00 p m MS a m p ui FAST TIME First Class Equipment SOLID TRAINS WITH ALT MODERN IMPROVEMENTS NO CHANGE OF CARS OF ANY DESCRIPTION BETWEEN Galveston i St Louis Galveston Houston Austin San Waco Dallas Arrive 7.50 p m 7.15 a 5.35 p ro 6.00 p m 12.111 p m p 7.55 a in m rn 6.03 p m 8.3 p m TEXAS AND Outward and prepaid tickets between Texas and all twits of prominent British German Dutch Italian and French Steamship are on sale at Important agencies of tbe Texas Central For and general li formation as to apply to J WALDO V P and Traffic Manager A P and Ticket Agt AND ONLY ONE CHANGE TO CHICAGO CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE BALTIMORE WASHINGTON Philadelphia New M Boston AND OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES IN THE NORTH AND EAST Train leaving p m bus the PULLMAN BUFFET THROUGH TO ST LOUIS connection nt for the SOUTHEAST in Union Depot St Louis with Express in For tickets rates cards or any tion apply to RATES AND REGULATIONS WHARFAGE WHARF CO 1 All vessels and their outers wharves to imy are for tne mi the sume he following to be collected tin ir their Anchors per lun empty rels empty dry Barrel Staves per case Bugs or Sacks ill Imles per foot per iCO each per Bales over I f V n r l Bellows Bores liq Boses e 1 Ticket Agent Tex H P t Agent Houston Tex 1 B W Pass Agent Tea VT H NEWMAN Manager GALVES f NEW YOB J I I Broom V of the nam Pan STATE OP Capl Freight and nt York for for New Steamship A LAM WILI SAIL May 28 J dt CO Strand H t CO Agents Pier River N i r I NAT t TILE V IB BT BOYAL HAVANA DRAWN AT HAVANA CUBA Every la to 14 Sre taat the Dime ft Co n on the Hetet Subject to no not controlled by t- to SHIPSEY Her Health nre Matters to nil Mankind MARIETTA OA Home ajro I a bottle of Pr J and used It In my family with great I hare mended It to three and they found it to be just what Is claimed for It Thu females who have used it are now In perfect health and able to attend to inties Kuv H B JOHNSON STATE OK Tronp County I have examined of Dr Josiah Bra field and pronounce it to be a combination medicines of grait merit In the treatment of all di eases of for it K M D Treatise on tho Health nurt of Worna free THE Co SB On POISON to yield every time to treatment with Swiff Sf S 0 March 13 most medicine SWIFT'S so much good that I like thi for tbe benefit of who suffer like I did I vta poisoned by poison ami not a Hell day to auc years until I used SWIFT'S SPECIFIC In the six years I used almost every of medicine bu none had the desired effect After using sir hot f I am restored to perfect 0 POISON OAK I had for years suffered every spring ano summer with Poison Oak which I j everythin lt in bathing when a including many physicians but without any beae flt I took of Swift's Specific S 8 8 four years ago and it me sound aud well summers have passed and I have had no re- JOSEPH BEASLY Ga Our Treatise on Blood and Diseases mailed to THE SWIFT CO H Y Office W ST d per foot full per euble foot v n per cubic or per irt V Cattle srown each Cattle each each in Chairs bundle Charcoal per sack per bale landed per Collon per Cial in ears pvr ton of T'S Coal on wharf r ton of Coal in sucks Conches each Com per Corn in per bbl Cotton Seed ton Carton Seed Meal per ton of Gins per cubic foul Cotton Planters each Corn ench Com Com per cubic per of 1ST Cla Ibs per Tins per ICO Ibs Copper per Ibs Copper ner ItH Coal Oil per case per 100 Collars horse per or Merchandise per cubic ft Cultivators each Donrs each Demijohns empty Dry in ease per ICO Ibs Filters boxed or otherwise per cubic foot Flour per sack 100 ms flour per of 50 Fustic and other per toi Fertilizer or Guano per ton of aXM tba Fin boxed per cubic toot Groceries per 100 Ibs Grain for export including Bran per 100 ibs Grind and Millstones per 100 fts T Gunny in bales per cubic foot Hardware per 100 Ibs Haines per dozen nanis per cask Hay per bale Hay per half Hogsheads empty Hogshead staves per 31 Hay Cutters Half barrels Half diy Half barrels per box Hoop per M Hursts Mules Horseshoes per Household Goods per 100 loose each Hides inhales per 100 Its green in bundles of 3 each hogsheads per invoice less 80 per cent for waste ton Ice Freezers each the dinic to Per ton 1 K It liars and V of f no U R Spikes Bolts and Nuts ftn K II Iron Bridges I Pur ton of I H R Trucks Axles etc f Ib It K Iron for street railroad ton fed IS 00 to in H It each K It Cam Gauee Railroad Platform Can H It Cant Narrow Gauge Lumber per l g H eight feet each per box Raisins per box Hairs per bale per cur Ic foot jier Ibs Slaie per ton of MOO Rope per 100 Om Salt sack per sack Sand or soil per dray Load Rowing Machines eauli Sewine K D per IU tta Sieves per per per Shingles per box per box than carload per 100 Shell 5 ioda in aud per 100 Dia and per dozen per sack per cubic foot Susar ter per bhl Havana In boxed per and Trimmings per Rice Hams Tallow etc with bhU Inside empty Imber Walnut etc per ton of cubic Innate per 100 Ibs In piK per per cubic foot ton or jinn filled u Ith merchandise or per nest rucks Railroad per ItW ns eaeb or Cane uiton Material K per Us ashing Machines per per Ibs a-i heels and per w ool per Unite Lead Zinc iu rolU per 100 not in above list will he In than forty to Hie cubic root will he classed aa measurement and ehn cent per forty pounds aud over to the root will be us weight and charged 5 per UK All and articles of kind landed or received upon any or the are thereafter nt jf the not of the and intuit be removed the name day or at fur After which any of Roods and on the the anil thereof will r for and will an a wharf ace or tlie raten In tho for dav they may be bv the Wharf CO risk and I co t r eich day 1.11 i Ortho t same removed Mored further MX r and of the and and the same w-i are paM be liable for low if gv e more tl an four tacca 1 Or by of UK On all loft on ia for wharfage The company alw aad will not loura or anv or received b All vessels of fifty ions and per keg 00 Bias Iny powder 40 per keK price jobbe -led al Kasler agents quote as f for lonB clea short clear bacon from hton Jobbers 011 at ai vance AND Standard Hi Iron tie 84401 85 per twine B Inside ire for carload lots and stilt Quoted jobbing aval is BONES AND clean and dr per Ion on track Horns fresh an ui Ic each In Western Texas and butterine lac loe for to CANNED grocers fill orders at the following quotations for Hi Peaches ream ti DO currants lOff J 15 IS black Js mas aT while cherries ta 30 nectarine 60 Straw 65 75 grapes 70 black 5 wholesale grocers quota 10 fair prime I old Java to grade Importers of HI or round lots of not lens than Fair p: prime choice at HOO per in meal SO per Pf corn ft 11 Oatmeal ei bbl 14 50 per C ty milli- C ineal In sacks SO In 93 SO t tti t Texas i coods per -10 35 blackberries L Lima tf Oil com from carce are as ui In case lots Young iu weight irst hands in carload Ion from u 14 ii or sliced I DRV SALT shoulders bellies during week has be moderate Prices are nt Mc B sulphur acid H lb alum carbonate V balsam copaiba B Ib borax lie to blue Ib calomel SOc SI ID V chloral I gl cram ofta r powder V turn W p Ku to morphine ft oz oil beig I tl oil lunon p s w Iodide SI Herman 35 K M 81 IB 1 w IJc tt Alexandria sunn crystals tl 50 11071 lbi ini tures Before 1 1 a m thu market to prove and there wan a rise uf per cent Missouri was prominent In this anil touched ilie was partly based on reports that Fink Intended to advance freight rates Speculation continued strong until till publication bank statement which was unfavorable and tills brought a general selling and a In the afternoon the market was Irregular receiving good support others were depressed and gold nt the lowest of tbe week among the fatter weru Shore nnd On the oilier Pacific Western Union Union und wure lur AH compared with last cloning t ork prices are for preferred for Bt Paul tu f Hocle for for Illinois Cu tral for Shore for Michigan Centra JM for New Yurie Central and Northern while Western s I per cent higher Northern 114 per cen per mid Missouri cent other changes In tbe active lint or not mo 1 per cent either way of for week shares T to-day YOM May abd bonds closed a be following t per cent either way Exports of specie for tbe week t for tlie year thus far ai for l he aamu time In 1841 per cent bonds Ms US On of 05 liai Central Pacific lil Lake Erie W Luku Shore J-oiilB N Mar Cin Do MB fi a W a- y i 21 a Central St L 13 i t tloM Vnn old Do new IU o Rio Mobile 4 Ohio 51 of d Noah Chat J Central Si 112 W pfd 80 Do grants Northern Do pfd Virgin 40 C A W ma cp su Do s N V Central Ohio Central la O M 05 Ontario 4 tot Nav Oregon Southern Mali entral Pacific r P C Jo pfd IBU Do pfd itent ases 1 Ic dozen for round lots from I XXX 85 family SO ney ft patent Kye flour 70 I 1 Special l eut fAm 99 DO car keir baal m l t wire pound per pound pound M tH for I w per at ft fj I 41 f A nnd At wharf m witl at tbe n ton of than will the rate of S1 pvr JOK COMMERCIAL Saturday Mny SPOT The spot cotton market elided quiet at tinni with 131 FOR 1.0 Middling j Friday I day Last Vei Middling The nre the Orleans and cott for at on Thurs Irou Sktes 3000 per IhV Iron Sifes under 3000 tts por 100 tts In bales except irom FUh per box gather 100 fcs Molt larble 100 Ib's ton of 2000 toa per barrel per 100 Ibs ton of 2 each pe ranges pe g pe per 10 per do alls Conr print aper wrap per h ack rta per 100 BJS bl r nent j per bundle iff per per cubic fook rMO 50 5 5 SO 90 5 S 3 S 5 4 3 4 5 5 5 5 3 3 1 3 Low middling middling 3.10 f g MARKET for futures opened and closed UWd call steady in lone 15 lower on June 3 points lower on July unchanged on August tember and October and from to 4 points lower on balance of the list Sales 1000 bales QUOTATIONS The inside figures of the following quotations are bidding rates aud tbe the asking Firat Call Call I Jal Hurl 11.31 Third Call day box for good as Static Texas at Kood p luie to choice nil orange NI re- Imperials Jl from truck from or red none in Jl Hei In bushel IW I'ETKoLEl'JI-lu supply at ITc per lest in are Jobbers supply m SCc in m cases for cajes and in barrels v wholesale Western i iu per new el coops of chickens S-l and easy Turkeys Sid I dull SI about St L N O P Do C Del t Hud Pel L KIo Erie Do pfd Do pfd Fort Wayne Han St Joe Do pfd Harlem Houston Central Ind B W Kansas Texas 141 Rock Island iiS 1110 III 17 w its so sew at L P 534 Do pfd Do pfd Do 1st pfd O M St P I Do nfd St P M II St Do pfd Texas Pacific U P U.S Ex Wab St W f i u iron Silver Ontario Quicksilver Do pfd 91 54 9 67 tt 11 PORT OK FOE NEW Steamship Lone star Quick Percy Morehead Bite Cora Schooner James T Moroe Schooner Jolin S Davis Greene Schooner K a Child John K fell B Hall Hall Emily J sailed May 21 April 19 UK A aAm me J E Schooner KranL If Geo f A Schooner ami at B April schooner M hip Julius at LEITH ark Mersey 3arlt Maria at March LIST OF POUT p Alamo Bulger dla Tons Schmidt Idg Liverpool Jt Liverpool hi e irah D Fell New York in Orleans ton 1 Foster Philadelphia York F New Rose Sew Y VM Si 50 lave L L S- inn al cri Louisiana ordinary fair lour dunce in supply and o quoted at 51 CO per in fine as for carload lots Si 45 f moll lots Louisiana Louisiana fin in board quotations are for salt t n quarter boxes 50 per American quarter boxes 87 OC mustard tl 50 mustard 26 SCRAP scrap oine pmt Active demand round lota ore y plantation as -te re off mh nominal 6c advance Northern wholesale quote as n MM 1011 Oct 10 60 lu I i I I Asked t Bid 100 holes June at July a c 08 bales SVJ Octolier The following are the quotations for m on tbe spot to-day at the leading markets with cloying of middling yesterday and sales May 21 11 Liverpool In pence other markets in arm and In good small parcels of the spring but are of sufficient volume t ake Buyers quote spring Fine lre months light shrinkage menu i om to P Lumber Market now ruling in this market are aa fol lows PM 1000 KEET first class and First class boards and Log through Seiond class ditto sappy and Dp to -a feet in length over that length prices Dry lumber SI extra 7 Ida I PEE 1000 f p M flooring 4 inch heart D M flooring 4 or 0 inch mixed IS mixed S J S mixed mixed IM or S1 I M beaded lied D A M H beaded ceiling tied D H beaded celling tied Ed or 4 rough tied i3 or 4 rough tied an liet steady St Louis quiet The Market IB have to be aa to PIB K all heart i For all bills or selected f rom 2 a generally charged at the H pan 1000 heads dressed heart 13 ta 2 m heads heads rough rough square heads Seasoned lath per Green lath per 1000 1760 12 50 7 00 200 1 75 UMMKIU I AL TOPICS Til MEXICO The City ot Two Republics law recently issued by the of Irom foreign countries specially stipulates t hn t consular invoices ami t the maritime a frontier shall material ami class of in with tbe tariff the length width and number of niece expressing for greater certainty when can be done the number of tbe section which the merchandise is t wit out admitting on any account in lieu of tl specification required by the law a referenc to samples of goi glued sewed or in an manner attached to or inclosed in the invoices to tho end of avoiding doubts or arbitrary i aud the dangers inherent to th easy substitution of one sample for another i he attention of exporters to Mexico is to stipulations and care recommended u their observance All the and sug gestions of the Mexican treasury not in conformity with this tariff are an nulled Especially those refer to th admission of samples in lieu of the clear an of the merchandise COFFEE I New York The rooms of Health Commissioner Hay lond in the Brooklyn Municipal building were crowded yesterday by men Interested ta the coffee business at the adjourned of the charge that tbe New York and Brook yn and the New York Bud Bait more ColTee Polishing company were in th labit of matter in the color coffee Iho proceedings were iv the of tlie report of Dr Elias E lartley chemist to the Brooklyn hoard o who said tbat on visiting the works ho oxide of iron chrome orange celestial blue and turmeric tbe root of Curcuma longa At the Sew York and Brooklyn Mills be Ve pigment Ol liese colors the use of chrome orange nnd al blue should bo prohibited at once The summing colors while not so injurious as hese are used to deceive e regarded an adulteration Coffee which as become spoiled or discolored from sea ater or m any way rendered unsalable is nt to these by own statement nd made to appear like a good article Green nd unripe coffee is thus into tho and given a brown color of age s the object to be attained by tbe nse of eso colors is to deceive tho it ould be looked upon as an illegitimate On examination of tho coffee itself e lead was found to in considerable to the beana The examination of venty samples of polished coffees from the arket shows that tbe use of lead and nu blue 13 vury common In mth ic irt filtering passing hydrogen Saw were nearly Railways Irregular and stale securities quiet The market waa weak and depressed al tbe ing and dropped percent with coal j Lake Sliore New hydrochloric acid it would seem to indicate Central Central Rock Island that there is either a soluble cyanide used ia TE am Pacific and Union Pacific some of these coffees or that the blue Xor rough the solution to remove the lead and ding nitric acid large quantities of gas were given off with rapid s Prussian is insoluble iu dilute undergoes decomposition in tho sence of the ncid Professor Morton of tho put on tro stand for the Ho soW fiat bo hud thu coloring matter I in these man ere thuro nothing As a matter however w tbo of injury done be would suggest tbo or and Prussian blue wb for tbe haul they Imil not of these since began and the desire it they were willing to discontinue sian blue for all tune After a long between all decided to adopt tht reached by Dr and issue an order use in coloring coffee of yellow or or any lead and celestial blue or any substance con blue AND SCOAn The New York Commercial Bulletin has tu following to say ot tho coffee and sugar mar On the market for Rio grades has been a little trading at last and so fur at it went the business was understood to be on u basis of for fair cargoes with that rate still retained ta a quotation i hera was however to indicate buyers become any more deeply interested re quired by the force of immediate or that they were likely to exceed such a limit and the market fails to assume a really cnr rjr Tae is held and that all there is to it of 1567 bags Rio ei Kepler 175 do 67 do do Contracts appeared to be without a new feature and tbe market retains an ominous look There is the up on the part of the longs and brokers ale kept on the watch to pat in a certain of missionary work every time it looks like u ettling off but their efforts to-day wort not very successful and prices fell way about tea points accounts afforded no encouragement and from tbe advices aro said to be far rom reassuring On the general market for raw sugars for the day was without many ures worthy of extended notice appeared to be at a complete standstill witb an entire absence of interest among nd not only was thero an absence of sales even negotiations were temporarily sus Tended In cases holders continued fair number of samples but were not business and tbe limit of the ion did not appear to range below for air refining Advices from Europe were un- tto be better wat little irregular There was some resumption f the export trade in granulated and this kept be rate on upper qualities quite steady blue be borne call light and on pretty much 11 soft grades there is a of per of a Broker Who Been York thing I ever tn remarked a young mail he dropped heavily into a chair in a popular cafe up town last night and gravely nodded s head to several acquaintances I fell in ith tb on my way up town an ev got of me I'm done He snook bis with solemn disapproval id began to moke rings on the clamp it b the bottom of an empty glass His bat as cast very tar down over bis eyes His art was awry hair disarranged and bu at was an ex- D of and bitter tm d hie were thick fie was a i od tbe table in with amusement at ther as drew him out dU Billy I cue or trie ft o asked f j I iu know i so clam do f e Tasked who aep effort clam Tata in wt juice in glass Alsc nice Then bittera rod an dash salt ilii an It Is that all Well meun to that I'm at I yam Irom No sir then went up of She Bos'n bors said he had a drink in that much that It consists ota glass an glass ale Mix Vui uv knock you cold We L and then we i s m brandy an soda with me Here he relapsed into a from which ha was with difficulty aroused Afr one H 1 C We'd a found m which WB would then up in G sharp So we went into place in au we cot Pewter Yes we Eot one we took two Scoth ale an bottle an mixed Vm with in know Well did this three times an then one of th f.-llrs I would go good which we dM n lu How far up town were you at this K we ers ia hood of street we had land gin with This reflection a ain sent him olf into a re- vene which threatened a dead stupor He But th thing that knocked us ail was a Russian drink one of th I'll tell you ow you make r J trst take brandy an lill Well what then J Drinkt Then get in cab an i Live Herds of cattle crossed the Red river at i i Wilbarger from the So to the six days as May 3 Simpson's herd head in of Watt Drew en route to herd 3800 head in charge of Jos Wnn 4 Houston Co i herd 2050 head in charge or J W Berry Slaughter's Lerd of charge of Kupert en route to Hunter range tn tbe Neutral Strip strong herd of Head iu charge of Wm Smith en route to May 8 Knykendall of bead in charge of G M herd of iu charge oute to Bodge Lay IKX head in charge of J L en route o Word's ranch A total for six days of 24 30 head the greater part or which were stock John Powers bought this week of W L Gregg thirty bead of saddle horses at ioO ach and one at Le Pors is look ig after the removal of SOW head of stock ittle from the Bar X range in totna of the Francklyn company inGray Continental Cattle company mi branu baye bad herds pass here urine the week which head 11 route from Wind river in Hall county to le company's ranges in Montana Orange is now loading about 3000 oad of stock to go to Henrietta hey will Le driven to Wool Comau now in storage pounds ot shipping every day for the part two days nave been verV rge and will aggregate about here is now m the iron oman nearly 800.000 arly ey are shipping nearly every day Tie for the any weet the season e any wee the season Prices paid the week ve ranged from to 17 Abilene May Stilson e of the and of m Green county sold and delivered ool clip about in TOE Japanese fish
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