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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - February 15, 1898, Galveston, Texas DAILY FEBRUARY 15. 1898. free end In I In of und II to nay I about II ahal attempt to vug of if ur liy tl to Sun In Win any Mcc Without Aali nn IX a of Ihe congressional tee were been chosen time Governor or vice James Beet w. of Jos. Uhl of I the following by Senator In opinion Ihe there should he the earnest operation Ihe various und it Is u high of lo of ol a the ot the If i Jhe of tho nn tile cf the a a putt of the diplomatic after house lo U theri would necessarily be us an a tempt at compulsion by desire of the that th joint resolution bv Hie they by be by of athi bul do not that should taken I will or in way b by as tt and In upon ally commit tee Hull the proposed I; laid on Ihe by lunn should use and to unite in Us support the parly tl or every tills the cold U. trans- action Is explained in the brlet Riven out by the state the ownership of Iho IJo Lomp to his Mr. who presented proper ity tfx receive the the letter was de- In this Mr. Carlisle tully authorized to apply and re- the having the cabled trom In view of the state department the letter was a en tiny other piece or It be to us was no other loft ror in the Hulled as In all other countries having a code or a letter becomes tho Hole property of the person to whom It Is It sturts on Its way from the the latter can not obtain possession or It without the ut inu the limit or his powers In certain eases to stop the delivery of tho This letter has besides already completely all or the uses Tor which It hove been applied by our and there In simile coplea or I paper that so ua to leave no or I he accuracy There now only the ter or the In. to the end Is ill bus suld In tho press about irom or re- or the Said Senor de in 11 can he that at 119 since of the the stale de- anv It han on I he sense of the Spanish to do nil that Van and lo wipe the un- Impression produced bv and It can now be lhat Ihls bus been fully and Hint the now tho full text te day or lo make such of the lelter on In by the stale department notice from Madrid or the selection or Louis Polo ua to Dupuy do ity stolen i The de Diaz of the filled will prol fo ill pr re Pft ed an a with ten arrive III as a torpedo 1I1IKV Of II OC mill Ticket D. meeting of the passenger convener hero at noon William A. Turk agent of the southern a rule association does inept hut once a but the which is pending before congress this extra The association adopted the following president of Iho American tion of general passenger ticket agents appoint at this a standing com- on legislation bv the several states of the United which committee shall consist of three general agents from the territory of each of the following named New trunk central southwestern passenger and The president appointed c. E. J. C. Hulle and C. P. Atmore to represent tho Southeastern association on the standing E. P. M. and H. C. to act In a ilar capacity for the South It is said to be the Intention of this committee to agitate legislation before all the state During tlie session the following resolution was Impression has-been given out that the passage of the now before favored only by a few of transportation lines of this and this comprising tho officials directly In charge the Interests of the transportation In Washington 14th day of for the purpose ering this be It thai we express our earnest be- lief In the necessity for national legislation ol this anil our representatives In that Im- mediate and favorable action be- taken this which has our as being in the Interest of the general us well of trans- portation lhat copies of this resolution Kent to of congress and public Tho business for which tile meeting wan satisfactorily Hie A Feb. re- hero to-night It seems to 1m Ihu opinion that thu of the a general will be In all New where a reduction of wages has wiil not be In all It ill that the of all lo the WWU at New .To Tlir Al a of has in to lllp The to members ol lo on us when In Austin or write us any mailer of mutual Intercut when can be or Our charter Is nnd wo are U. S. O. V. No. Our and est. Is u. each other together bonds of we and our may to lor all to come the heroic Heeds oi by ol and thu worthy fortitude anil bravery 01 Our Is Ihe as of lho camps Ilio bin we the Idea ol willows and lionie In. the near Wo i mend to keep from polities und take no In It. Neither is our camp to five undeserved prominence or any man or set of We are no tilie The race for won Its prance of or selfish suds has no or Parcel with our We that high THE OV 1101 sn A of Two out u J. B. there COPY of the report of the house board for the fiscal year ing June 30 has been The inai me end or the year were the following aids to Nt In the Feb. 14.-On December 15 ast rich bench claims were discovered on a above El lh the Klondike first claims were ated by Dr. Ben Olsen Knoch immons of A stampede tnd claims were taken News of he discoveries is contained In a letter from received yesterday by his It vas dated December three days after the irst claims were and 200 feet higher Hi on Dorado creek still another bench as been staked It Is said lhat one laim owner there has opened a rich pocket ot over ten feet from which be as taken Other stories of rich strikes n the same section are also reported In otters from the A Woman Feb. Hyman H. wife of the national treasurer of le committed suicide night by blowing brains out a The tragedy occurred t the Burrls where Mr. Burrls eating his His who was on a bed In an adjoining called er husband to come to He replied in a a shot ing Rushing to the o horrible as on her el in her A bullet from the pistol ad entered her head between the eye und ose and literally lure the lop of her head All B. Feb. brier dispatch om Captain Irving of the r. arrived at Union this morning reports the lara or Seattle Is wrecked and It all hands we're The does not whether ida was going or how many ngers she Captain weather up lion under the control of Ihe lighthouse Lighthouses and beacons 21 in Mobile 1110; light vessels In 42: vessels In 5; electric lighted buoys In 11: gas lighted buoys in 30; fog signals operated by caloric or oil fog signals op- by post 177U: day and 424: whittling buoys in 71; bell buoys in 112; other buoys in including pile buoys and stakes in the Fifth district end buoys in Alaskan 4710: steam steam 11: sailing 2: light other Including crews of light ships and 1144; laborers in charge of post 185K. Seventy-six new were placed ing the year and seven new fog signals were Of the Hew lights the Eighth dis- got and no additional fog Concerning the work in the dis- Lieutenant Commander Albion vv Wadhams summarizes the aids to gation Lighthouses and beacon lights 27 post lights on the Mississippi Grand lake und 91: light sels In 2; or fog signal operated by 1; fog signals operated by 12; gas lighted buoys lu 2; buoys days In from Aland Us Thomas I- from In MI from Genoa an 88 Munches 1MPOUTS-OOASTWISE. New steamship pnc general 40 lu barrels 20 Key steamship crates 3 barrels 4 cases Newport schooner Mary E. H. 1KCO Ions 1.MPORTK-FOREIUN. Porto 4WU steamship 254S valued at 2300 cotion seed valued at bushels 2.SSO.- IMI valued ut 34.285 bushels valued ut In Port. Net Pier In In pos bull buoys in u n other buoys in 113; steamer Pan- buoy and for supply and steamer lor eons tmd repair in the Seventh und dis- Clu and In tho Seventh and dis Thu district from file other centers till New Bedford olid the of owing ID the has to ascertain how und by whom de letter to Senor Jose was Feb. Hole from Minister demanded thai Spain should Insults lo. President Senor The It Is decided to lo Minister that Senor De it were considered sufficient It understood thai Minister D. Feb. 13. Anthony the thirtieth annual con- vention of the National American woman hut as the havo passed Iho of unions In places are no strikes claim lo have found Ihe ralo of under the reduction is no small that Ihu have all could do to make ends meet and are not able lo help New 1 his fact borne out by reports that Ihe assistance at NoV from I lie mill employes elsewhere was H to with Ihe that IIP The local unions will take action on the matter during next week until vote IB It will he Impassible to tell to extent tho action or will bu Oil Feb. L. C. who luus been several parties In the work c: and who has secured a was large number of oil land announced to-night Hint he had just received tions from blA lo proceed with Iho work of a Three Feb. the court to-day Judge entered a de- cree or against the three lines or railroad known as the Central of Ihe Union miming Hiram Dillon as special to conduct tho sale The which ore separate from Union system for many years to tho Missouri The stills for were Instituted by Samuel as lor the mortgage The properties to he Mill 388 miles or upon which there are mortgages receivers or Union Pacific system wero named as re- to collect the rentals from the souri Yon Her St. Feb. ago Murk Ihe tiled u suit In the circuit court here lo secure the uf against Von Der Ahe in Von Der Ano Hied an amendment claiming for being removed from iho slate of Missouri against bis of Von St. Feb. kidnaping of Chris Von div tho St. Louis ball was brought officially before Ihe Louis grand Jury and u re- port o Louis gr It will 1 be made nH a cements of The afternoon session of convention was devoted mainly lo hearing short ad- dresses by stale or their 1 bey all of an encouraging character show satisfactory of Ihe ment In behalf of woman evening session n short address Feb. 14. Port Feb. Tho election took place hero to-day and Port Lavann wim as ft by n Thu light was really over a ive policy and meant the Issuance or bonds to provide and other municipal im- nnd was warmly rnr will be ordered at does not lo southern boundary of it all aids to navigation on the gulf coast of the United States and all tidal waters tributary to the gull between Ihe limits together with on the Mississippi river below New Orleans and on Grund lake and Of Jutty Huhl tho tor Kuys WUH done under this beyond the consideration of Hie and location of the structure best to thy At the KeU Fish 1m r If gilt thu beat hi ml Ing was and various repairs were lie also the vessel may soon havo to be hauled out when new copper and some planking may have to be put on her Four buoys were placed to murk the between Ihe at but do not the gas which were making recommend at Ions is one for for tho rebuilding of the on Sand off Mobile which Is in u condition to the the An appropriation of IK aino for tho construction of light at Oyster near for the of Iho small numbering about 300. ply in Of most to the for un appropriation of for u light station ut Hcd bur. lit present local the light upon the edge channel which Alacrity 1412, u Alava 1412. 27 1988, Cromwell 1977, 1515, 201S, 12 2009. 1035. Hemisphere 2230. 17D1, 15G4, jeona 2331, Miami 2292, 2021, Alleyne 1441. Paulina 1344, Pembridge 1094, Traveller 1931. Wooler 1548, Augustus Welt 1112. 24 Mary O. Dow 1207, lor Aldgate i tn Amyl I Anaces i via Leghorn lIio i-ii e Taylor at 1 illa Vincent 2-io Mexican STOCKS IIUT I LUSH WAS or uu N HW Feb. London came unexpectedly fen ranged commander or the Salvation addressed a meeting or ministers of all de- at noon to-day In the lield Street J he large auditorium was crowded and the general received a hearty Him made an Affirm ou Allen Us re- port on the Allen resolution by the senate rotations after quoting the the Imposed amendment is with joint resolution which 7' sent tH or lives and referred standing committee or thai ln nf Feb. executive com- of the National editorial association was In session to-day at the Palmer Between and from California wero It was decided lhat Ihe annual will be held September fl to 9 at Under Feb. Dodson hail trial to-day before Justice stm on a. of murdering his wife Ho was placed under ana in fault went 1'Vll Kroin n Feb. fell from a scaffold this breaking ribs and otherwise In- juring him so his recovery is Department Feb. 13.-The Lagrange nre their new bell and II was put up next to the engine It IS a very line costing Mills Feb. Sheriff arrested two young men charged with horse theft in Bell nt to our for tho rights welfare 01 our own and onp admitted und duly or tlon rhe Intervention or mr against cruel Spain In r nf termination It vms Cuban This id reason lor iho that resolution In any part of lory of war In of vim ThP In ir lo mortify in HUM the for inul Mill Ihn nf rf Hi all end ir. with ihe spirit ol cur all questions to are N. Feb. night after a long debate concurred In the assembly United Stales Murphy for his vote in vor of the Teller LATE CUBAN Feb. Pando will nail after lu o'clock with and 1000 Infantry lo do 1'nilrn, of do from which port Pando will 10 of- On ha. from to-day with wine in the s at a Feb. 14.-Mr. John aged 70 who died at his homo at will bo buried hero to-morrow SPORTING New New Feb. weather and a fast wero the conditions All six favorites benien and Ihe had a chance to even up recent I. Irst of a talline Wiggins Octavo Second or n second A 1.16. 1 42V4 J ote three-fourths of a 1'. race of a. Lillian Dorothy 1U one Washington LABOR lias been cut through lied Fish bar would be of much The buildings of station have decayed lo such an extent that it Is impracticable to remove olid place them It Is that to re-establish this light on the edge of the where It would be of great use lo vessels going through the would Twenty n. Masters of tramp steamers do not have any of the pleasures of family that Iho cap- tains of regular It often pene a a tramp steamer not see his for several years at a especially If it so happens that ho hus had hard every cent that ho can secure to make boul ly captains take u for ano mm it so happens they ciui leave their vessels In the care of a mate when 1-n a port of their native country and take a run home for three or four days bo- fore the vessel Is to to some tion of the world of miles ore more than thu whose vessel has chartered for one or more In a trade remote from the bumu port. These seldom gel to go home they leave of absence at their own expense or are fortunate enough to get transferred to some steamer of the com- pany that Is In a trade nearer There are in at present masters of who went for twenty years before they canie together In one port and company of one for several successive days These uro Captain master of the and Captain master of tho and as incident has they uro both lying at the same elevator A Once their vessels passed when the lands was coming out from Port Said the was going In They hailed one and there were times on board both vessels But then they did not get a chance to en- gage In At the expiration twenty years tney met In Rotterdam nind there had or four days together On the lost voyage to in they wore together nearly the whole time that the steamers remained In port for they both about the same time and sailed within a day or two of each Prior lo In all tho time have been coming lo which ers a period of several they hava always missed each would ar- rive Just after the other had a few If they passed In It woa when they wern Before they could catch up with each other n Ramon de t firemen Thurslon Barry 110 While Cross 1K do Janeiro Clara A. 1-2? W. 1-29 of Feb. La New New Feb. Feb. New Marine Feb. Navigator Newport News for for Tho News by Borden Livestock Commission Beeves Yearlings and and calv Thla day Thin week 13G This season In SO Fed Fed JM 2J3 SS 243 IK 243 3.S13 73 85 SS si Second supplied with cattle nnd choice selling strone at top Sheep in Fair supply on Now Feb. dally for News by Flautt commission merchants In jingo talk of our Her advance from to per Union Southern railway and Louisville Hit and with other stocks opened but in ten minutes tho advance had nearly all Then Is one chief reason for The held up liy the Morgan and big who have underwritten millions or but who meet no re- sponse to their efforts because cf tho ish feeling lhat exists and the fear that there may be trouble yet The best informed here and abroad do not be- lieve there will bo anything but until this la assured the will be and Louisville was helped In its rise abroad by reports circulating there 4-per cent dividends would be resumed In and Union Pacific's sharp ad- vance was on the Kansas Pacific settlement tho government and the Union which the bears have declared congress would tan railway cut somo remarkable lo falling 157 and ng 162K. The last hour of Ihe market flooded with with a re- fall of per compared with Bonds had sales of following somewhat in. Government fours fell Texas and 33; Kansas and Texas International Her silver Sterling double sixties sold less 1-32. Short offered at a shade below payments grain 4.83; commercial sixties on 977-100; sixties on London 2% per cent. Cutlon appeared as if it was held up There was not that eager desire to buy hat characterized and several mes the market gave but the bulls It together Liverpool was a ttlo thu movement of the rop was Ihe strike news was and things the bears made tho most of. Then there was and one of the day's setbacks was tho report that the president would to congress a message on the Of course tho of the Is It has taken that and so long as It keeps Us end up It is likely lo gain but a den spill for any would send the price back to 0 Conditions now all favor still higher und a Ing ot by parties would r. In bear ranks later on such as has scldon been The was at points below sales bales There for- eign hero us hedges against spots purchases at the of the St. Louis first lu nearly 000; Fort Worth and Rio IN NEW New Feb. w. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. J. W. W. W. and W. C. Preston of 8. of Son An- T. W. Miss Miss M. Q. E. Filer and Mrs. L E. Hill of T. W. Doaley and R. Borax ot Galveston N. Haunt of w J D. 4. A. ROGERS Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION Liberal Hindu on 1. E. U. A. O. U. LANDES Cotton Grocers mudo ou bills lading or In slocks u net loss of a point or more and many eV arc over 3 ut the of al. sale at thu 11 was the case with tho union talk was heard of Ihp CU Vii tlie but t ero was no development offered a motive for the The bears took advantage the overwrought condition of the market and the rather long sustained effort to s port prices lo make an aggressive Blocks dislodged by uncovered margins ln Kansas and Texas New York Central and Iho reactionary tendency in stocks Iho bond list throughout for tho first the recent advance was heavy Total i of stocks 4W.903 H brads Railroad bonds Slate GLOBING 1'JtICES-BONDB. A Denver anu I J Vest Shore Central ami 101 ami Denver KIo G. Hackler Sales on sal 144 155 121 310 CS1 Beeves receipts demand prices and Prices stronp good to 12.00; H 11 supply on hand and prices None on prices strong at for Feb. of n of work In- 14.-A of at ono would be ordered lo some distant n of the In p. the very op silo of that which the other was pursuing Captain of tho tu an having lh wheel fever in On the U Ip hu bis surplus asm to his who like the steward in the added thereunto until has Just us much nu ills broiler Not only but both have curried into English anil members of have 1 lo the al aro now ur Feb. was 'a good emand for woll matured fat catlle specially the heavier weights of for but 09 a was a trade in Cattle Hint were not lo lhat wero only holf were weak to a shade lower and there was u wide range Ir. prices be- tween common and strictly prime steers Sales wero on a baals of for Iho commoner qualities of dressed beef steers up to for best shipping sales being largely at export feeders In demand sales being largely at ers nnd bulls sold canning lots ing especially good Calves ranged from active and offerings wero mostly early at an average of wore at an extreme range of chiefly 97Uifli anil tho bulk of rhe went for Them was n Fund for sheep und ut better sheen being at for Inferior to fed westerns bringing 4.CO; MM 70 Choice light weight und lambs were fully luo 19.EOO- Kansas Feb. Re- 3000; 1300. Native only bent nnd ex port grades Cows lo lOc and feeders of the Hartford has been for hands An demand U to have been the of the ut un In- alao has been Wr have I.e. u fnr Inr Mils lu of II Is In IMP manner of will be Kent meet III 'S the that e Aim at o o clock out Into WEATHER AND fine all Young ami The Now Feb. Evening Post's cablegram Tho stock markets were quiet and easier but with an absence of buyers Americans opened but finally flat on reports of an from the United to This was not gen: anv 1 must still report 'a very disposition In quarters here toward are looking for o real York Dry New FeV week opened with trading of a character In both first hands and jobbing There was a of buyers In the continue to trade on a conservative basis taking only limited lots of which they need to satisfy the demands of the depleted Mail orders were light again and salesmen reported thai Jobbers and though a fair trade In most were to tako hold of Tho tone of the ket continued Converters wero again Ihe heaviest Print unchanged at 2 3-llic. cf New Feb. 14.-Tho statement of the visible supply of grain In store end afloat February 12, is ns decrease SSSI 48.572.000 decrease decrease 753 000- Increase 3K.OOO- decrease 6000. Feb. 11.-Money la in ample supply ana easy and Is quoted by the banks at 8 per cent. EXCHANGE AT GO Par. anil Missouri nnd Kansas and Texas 3fpJ Northern nock St. Paul and 1'acltlc............... 12 7 38% 4.1 cotton American oil American American 1'ncitSc Silver 31% 13S nil will il will will nt lain home so Thoro are In far that as lo mako the 1'ort of Fob 14. Roll K. 11. a 1207 J u trom John Mo. and tor the remainder of the and St. lower fop of and and bulk of I and American Hank consols EXCHANGE AT NKW fl 6 22'-i New York bank Par. Par. Commercial 100 100 AT NEW Jl 4 4 M 7-lfi Commercial W 7-lll-V, li 6 21% less STOCK Now of slocks wan ed every of iho Tho decline was uniform In tho list few bonda I uas In way of buying orders av any point nnd prices went off and rapidly Tha market steadier but followed Tennessee coal and Western LONDON for money 2 15-1G; consols for 113 1-1G; 23U.; liar 25 15-ltid. 214 per liale of discount la open market for short and 2si ner cent. v ON TUB LONDON STOCK Feb. 14.- Business Inside and out- side of the stock exchange waa weak on realizations for New York account EXCHANGE AT Feb. on 25C for at a Prohibition Mineral Palo Pinto local option election was held In Palo Pinto precinct Saturday in a victory for prohibition by IS Feb. from Jones at Orphans four Inch leather about 28 feet also ono four Inch leather 26 feet long. This was stolen from Jonea Kin 2uth day of 1S9S; was all nearly only having been used one and was all riveted All of It was Bullhead brand and Messrs. Junes will pny liberal fnr pay 51S for Ben las or One black horse 7 or S yearn left foot been cut scar on right shod all collar and saddle liberal re- ward for Address Will Elm counly long my waV filled Tiitu large and a horribles ulcer broke out on my says Mr. 0. H. who resides at 22d St. and Ho was three cured by prominent but the dreadful ways he was then told was the fallen srid liu WHS in a After of S. S. S. he begun to improve and two booties o u r i Mm sn Mint for more 3ia? no of Book on tha lu by sss
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