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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1884, Galveston, Texas                                THE GALVESTON MONDAY, MAY 26, 1884 MissoM Fade R'y SYSTEM. Int. Gl. Northern R. R. Division. GALVESTON, Houston dentalR.R. Schedule. I, Effeel April I (KM. Houston Texas Central R A I L W A Y. Two Express Trains Daily EachWaf PULLMAN PALACE CARS ON DAY TKAIN8. Plows, eacb................ Plooa. Bulky....................... Plow 5lat.Tl.-d, k. d., per 100 Potaah. 100 Posts, fencing, each.................... Powder, Powder, half kegs..................... Powder, miai cer-kcgH Railroad Material fur construction and tion:   prominent British, German, Dutch, Italian and French Steamship are on sale at Important agencies of tbe HoiMonand Texas Central Kuilway. For and general li formation as to atiove, apply to. J. WALDO, V. P. and Traffic Manager. A. P Vt'LKMiR. 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 Gftlvesion p. m. bus the PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING-CAR THROUGH TO ST. LOUIS Clrw> connection nt I.I1TC.E ROC'K for the SOUTHEAST, ni'd in UK- Union Depot, St. Louis with Express TruliH in For tickets, rates, cards, or any informa- tion, apply to RATES AND REGULATIONS WHARFAGE WHARF CO. Vl'ltll, 1, IHHI. All vessels and their outers lundini; gi.nt wharves tbercb.v c--utract to imy. tnul are fihle for, tne wl-arface mi the sume ncnii he following to be collected fn.m tin ir their ugeuLs: Anchors :in-i elinlns per lun Unrrels. vvel..... rUrreN-i harr-'ls, empty, wet............1...! liti- rels. empty, dry Barrel Staves" prr'M................ Bncon. per ctisk......... Bnenn.rper case............ Bugs or Sacks ill Imles, per II-----1-., foot............ per iCO each.......... !N, per. ll.'St........... Bales, over.', ct.l I, f.. ,V B-dsteails. m.-'i Hed.stcmls.....m. ISfdslead-, n. r l r...-i Bellows, iM.-; c..ui Bores, liq.. Boses. e .1. Ticket Agent, Oalvettf-n, Tex. H. P. III'CUBS, t Paswenper Agent, Houston, Tex. 1' B. W. MrCl'LLOFttH. Are't Oen'l Pass, Agent, Tea VT. H. NEWMAN. __'_______Traffic Manager, Kalvesion. Trsai GALVES f NEW YOB J DtM1 I'.Zi I Bpooui I Broom V. teamship Oorolstiug of the nam, LA5IPASAS SANlIAkOOS.... 3IO QRASDE.... Pan STATE OP Capl Freight and nt Low! Oaeofthe abtive-ntuut..! York for Oalvestoii KVEItv'SATti Qolveston for New Vi.i-k Steamship A LAM BOLflKll. JIustiT. WILI, SAIL I-OS Wcdacsday, May 28, 1: J. dt CO., Strand, H. M.VLLOKY ,t CO.. Agents, Pier River. N i r 1HI3- I NAT t TILE -HAVANA'S C-OULDe.CCS V" IB DBdDED BT BOYAL HAVANA IOTTEBY OOViiiJQIElIT CC8T1TUTIOS.) DRAWN AT HAVANA, CUBA, Every la to 14 Ticketd, IlalTea, Sre taat the Dime OOITED ft Co. n on the Hetet. Subject to no manlpnlatlon. not controlled by t- CfJnlaceinlStinee." to SHIPSEY -A'-N. Her Health and-Happiness nre Matters to nil Mankind. XEAH MARIETTA, OA. Home montlis ajro I 'a bottle of Pr J Bradfleld.'s Frrrcule and used It In my family with great hu'tisfnctlou. I hare recon- mended It to three and they hnve 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 tlieir uttusehwhl (inties. Kuv. H. B. JOHNSON. STATE OK (.iuoaaiA, 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 femnlrs for it. K M. D. Treatise on tho Health nurt Hajipiuesi, of Worna naaiied free. THE BKADPIELD REOOLATOR Co.. SB, Atlinta, On. POISON to yield every time to treatment with Swiff Sf AHTANBURC, S. 0., March 13, ]68  r ton of Coal, in sucks.......... Conches, each Com, per Corn, in SIUK-K, per bbl........ Cotton Seed. iiiT ton ctirpo........ Carton Seed Meal, per ton of Ci-ttnn Gins, per cubic foul......... Cotton Planters, each...... Corn ench..... Com SlH'llt-rs... Com per cubic CofTee. per sur-k- of 1ST. Cla Coilttfli. pei-diuiiuif Ibs....... Tit-s. per Tins, per ICO Ibs Copper, per I0ll Ibs............ Copper, pitr, ner ItH) Coal Oil, per case........... Cuc-oanuts. per 100......... Collars, horse, per Crock-cry or Merchandise, per cubic ft. Cultivators, fach___ each.................'................... Donrs, each... Demijohns, Denii.iohna. empty........... Dry Gootls, in ease, per ICO Ibs............... Filters, boxed or otherwise, per cubic foot..... Flour, per sack   .IS 00 ..to in H. It. Posseiurer each............... K. It. I'nsaenper Cam. Nan-ow Gauee...... Railroad Platform Can.................. H. It. I'iatfi.nn Cant, Narrow Gauge...... R.R. Lumber, per l( g. H. Tie-., eight feet loiut. each........... liulslns, perbox...................... lialnlns, per lialf box................... Raisins, per quatter box.................. Hairs, per bale............................ Ri-friRerators, per cur. Ic foot............ Uubtier Beltiutf, jier Ifll) Ibs........... Roodiix Slaie, per ton of MOO Rope, per 100 Om...................... Salt, p..r sack............................ rfalt, per sack (canroes Sand or soil, per dray Load................. Rowing Machines, eauli..................... Sewine, K. D., per IU) tta................... Sieves, per doaim............... Sawdtut, per drayload.................... per 1110tn.... Shingles, per :heep, eueh box, per Uionks, box. than carload, per 100 Shell, drarload, 5 IJil.................. ioda. in eusks aud dnunp. per 100 Dia....... inovtflji and per dozen.......... ;plcep, per sack Itove.s, per cubic foot..................... Susar, ter houshead........................ injrar. per bhl........................... 'iigar, Havana, In boxed............. nioke-staoks, per 1UO itoves and Trimmings, per 10U iulkki........... lercea "ferces Ijird 'lerces Rice............. 'lerces Hams.......... 'iereea Tallow, etc. lerces with bhU Inside lerces, empty........... Imber, Walnut, etc.. per ton of 6O cubic fe 2 wwH.dB, T5; blackberries, L pejw, mu-rowAit. SO: Lima tf Oil; com raiuterT from carce. Quotarlons are as fol- creaui. >ws: We.torD. l5c- ui. Llmbuit'cr, In case. lots I3Mc: Young Ainrrlcaii, Qi.oted iu follows: 10-ouncc weight 'i-oin (irst hands, in carload Ion. from u hole- lalegrocers. 14 .uuj-uuic 'ii or sliced. I ItTtlSc-for DRV SALT MEATS-No ahould yioc DUROS- shoulders; bellies, Biulnesi during tl.e week has be moderate. Prices are nt follows: SSc: crvstn Mc B; sulphur acid tartarlc, 52c H lb; alum, fesc carbonate, B: assafajtlda, V balsam copaiba, (15o B Ib borax lie to; blue vltrl Ib; calomel; SOc wloni SI ID V B: camph..r, reftni-d, chloroliTn lOfllb; chloral I yiirate, gl 7aU Ib: cram ofta r powder V (turn W p Ku .elliiu.WcV to; morphine, ft oz; oil beig "I. tl m: oil lunon, b-omlde p B> s w.' Iodide pVtaw.il SI iinlne. Herman. 35; K. M.. 81 IB; 1'. w 'x'ed-Oaraway, IJc tt; Alexandria sunn htrychnlne. crystals, tl 50 11071 lbi ini tures. Before 1 1 a. m. thu market beimn to prove, and there wan a rise uf per cent. Missouri I'aclllc was esjwclnliy prominent In this advanen, anil touched fjrft. 'ilie ndvatica was partly based on reports that Commis- sioner Fink Intended to advance freight rates Speculation continued strong until till; publication of.a bank statement, which was unfavorable and tills brought a general selling and a iiecllne. In the afternoon, the market was Irregular, sonic- slmri-s receiving good support, vyiiilit others were depressed, and gold nt the lowest pnlnt of tbe week. I'romilient among the fatter weru I-iike Shore, Jllinolu No1 Cuntrai nnd On the oilier biuid Mltwotii'l Pacific, Western Union. Union Pucilit- RuiuHng. Oieifon Tninacootlnetal und Pucillu 31ui wure iJOhitivt-ly Htronjf. 1'ho iimrket ulosed lur. AH compared with last nichi's cloning t ork prices are for preferred, for Bt. Paul prefen-i'd, tu f Hocle Ialand.K for for Illinois Cu tral, 1J4 for Shore, l! for Michigan Centra JM for New Yurie Central, and Northern I'ncllic preferred: while Western Uuio s I per cent higher, Northern I'acidc 114 per cen Iteudlngl per ceut mid Missouri Paclffii cent, other changes In tbe active lint or.; not mo tlmn 1 per cent either way. makli _________ of sto.'k for week shares. T rjinuiictlons to-day, YOM, May 2L-atockB abd bonds closed a be following prices: iimn 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. .lOCJ ''Ms US -8- On of 05. liai Central Pacific lil Lake Erie W.... Luku Shore..... J-oiilB. LOU.H, N. A___ Mar. Cin. Do MB fi xshlgh a W......... a- y, Memphto i 21 .a. ccnsoLi......... TiixrAllch. Central....... St. L....... 13 i .t. tloM Vnn. old........ Do., new IU o., Rio Mobile 4 Ohio...... 51 orrui Enmx, of d. 11S Noah. Chat....... uiTajN. J. Central....... Si 112 W., pfd.. 80 Do. Ijnd grants.. .100X1 Northern Paclilc.... Do.piukuut fund..105 Do. pfd Virgin., 40 C. A W ma. cp. su Do., s 'N. V. Central draniB Ohio Cenlral lleitlwny Central., la ,O M 05 Do-. 8? Ontario 4 tot.'. n'ertcanExpreae.. loreuon Nav..... 4% Oregon Vinada Southern... y? iPacmc Mali entral Pacific...... 40UilJanama r' ISHIPIttuburit........ P., C'.......... 'Jo., pfd IBU.... Do., pfd KUpplyaudeaaler. .Beceiveri ouci itent' ases 1 Ic dozen. for round lots from inllln I L-lis, barrel: XXX. 85 family. S3 SO ney, ft SO: patent, Kye flour, 70. I 1 Special plvei l nit-sale ffroeern uiiute wmtern eut, J7SWtrBO: faniry, fAm trebleeitra, Nalte. 99 DO car keir. baal m, MfWvjioso. l.'l'l'-Wi" l .t wire, yrr pound. 4c Vlaea. per pound. pound; ImoUu M tH" for itfurA. I ITvajl w per, 4UOK4 at ft fj int-h at'iBiire. I 41 'f A celltn 1M nnd bln-c At wharf m witl charpwl at tbe n ton forvoch of than ilftv will ehavi baifaceul the rate of S1.' pvr JOK AIKEK Hticreury. COMMERCIAL. Nr.w-i OFFIC-K, Saturday, Mny DALVESTON SPOT MAI'.KKT. The spot cotton market elided quiet at tinni. with Ktlesuf 131 hakx. OFflCIAL UrOTATTOytl FOR tiPOT roTTOX. tlootl (''rdinnrv.. 1.0' fiooil Middling.... j Friday I Iji: day. Last." Vei Middling F.lrTlirf.l-Ur'll'1.1-16 ll'ia.nV The nre the Orleans and uplimts cott day: cl.isiiiK pricra for >n at on Thurs Irou Sktes. ovt-r 3000 per IhV Iron Sifes, under 3000 tts, por 100 tts Jimli, In bales (except irom... nerclmndise vi'KS. ttmpty FUh Lulhs, frerM >tnonsi per box >ad. 100-tts gather. Ijjer 100 fcs Molt; pi-r Mnrl.le, larble. 100 Ib's, ton of 2000 toa, per barrel per 100 Ibs ton of 2 each HCate, pe ranges, pe rdnance g )yrters, pe nlnt, per 10 ailn, per do 'alls, Conr, print 'aper, wrap 'ecaos, per FiMacpleg, h ack............. rta, per 100 BJS. bl.............. r nent...... j, per bundle... iff, per ream---- 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 O.Jinary tuxxl onlioary Low middling Gcxxl middling. 3.10 f, -ifii g UALVESTOS FDTOBE MARKET. for futures opened and closed UWd call steady in lone, 15 lower on June, 3 points lower on July, unchanged on August, Sep- tember and October, and from to 4 points lower on tl.e balance of the list. Sales 1000 bales. QUOTATIONS FOO.rCTL'RK OIEUTERV. The inside figures of the following quotations are bidding rates aud tbe outtide flirures the asking Firat Call. Second] Call. I Jal Feb.! Hurl Mayj J'ueiii.aMo 11.31 Third Yester-1 Call. ;Closingj day. 8'les .31-10: box for good flr.t kmda as fol'ow. tmurifiwal. Static; Texas. g.ijc-ni at Kood. IlitJlc: p. luie to choice, trHin nil. OOc: Uirpe OttANCIES Mexiim orange., OOffiJ NI, re- packed: Imperials, Jl from truck, 41c: from a'ore fl'-vi!  Commisslonor Baymoud decided to adopt tht nonclusions reached by Dr. nartktt. tliB clieui- iBtofthodonaftiuent, and issue an order pro- liibiting tliu use in coloring coffee of chromL yellow or oranee, or any dubstance lead and celestial blue, or any substance con taiuing Pruhdan blue. COrKSE AND SCOAn. The New York Commercial Bulletin has tu.. following to say ot tho coffee and sugar mar kets: On the ctueral market for Rio grades thci. has been a little trading at last, and so fur at it went the business was understood to be on u basis of 10'ic. for fair cargoes, with that rate still retained ta a quotation, 'i hera was however, nothiflK to indicate t.bnt buyers become any more deeply interested tnau re quired by the force of immediate wouu, or that they were likely to exceed such a limit, and the market fails to assume a really cnr, rjr eucouraginK Tae is held and that iiabout all there is to it. of .'1567 bags Rio, ei Kepler, 175 do. 67 do. do" Contracts appeared to be abso- utcly without a new feature, and tbe market retains an ominous look. There is the braeicg up on the part of the longs, and brokers ale kept on the watch to pat in a certain atEount 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. Earopeau accounts afforded no encouragement. and from Bj-asul tbe advices aro said to be far rom reassuring. On the general market for raw sugars thc- KWitiou for the day was without many fea- ures worthy of extended notice. Busiues> appeared to be at a complete standstill, witb an entire absence of interest among buyers: nd not only was thero an absence of. sales, >ut even negotiations were temporarily sus Tended, In nicxt cases holders continued iffera fair number of samples, but were not .iressing business, and tbe limit of the valua- ion did not appear to range below for air refining. Advices from Europe were un- erstood tto be somewbat better. Keflneii 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 reductou of per ouad. ____ .Varrallie of a Broker Who Ila4 Been Frlendi. [New York Sun.] "'Kmoa 'itro'oary thing I ever saw'n tn' remarked a morose-looking 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' Pbilistipes on my way up town, an' ev got th'best of me. I'm done He snook bis with solemn disapproval id began to moke rings on the clamp tab.V, it b the bottom of an empty glass. His bat as cast very tar down over bis eyes. His art was awry, M> hair disarranged, and bu at baUoned irjragalarly. Q'here was an ex- D. of intetm and bitter remorae tm hln d hie were thick, fie was a bro- i anxj od tbe table in loruif- with amusement at ther as drew him out. >m dU om-9Mit, Billy I" aiked cue or .naiy. :on trie ft o asked f TolJ: j. I iu know i, so two'r clam cocktoibi do Uwv faalte tliem, Biily f e wboi" Tasked Uilly, who ba4 falleii aep eftentis effort.' -Ob, clam Tata datn-sujall in qneei'r wt juice in glass Alsc nice froraihell. Then s'm bittera rod. an' dash, salt ilii an' driuk. It Is that all ycubadf1 Well, d'y meun to' insimmte that I'm at, I yam Irom clamst No. sir. then went up tovvn. an'one of She Bos'n bors said he had a drink in that :jm ver! much. Sowe'dHJoie'f that. It consists ota sniall glass shtrrT an' largMi glass friuger 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 laboriouslv, "one ?o "H 1. 'C We'd tr-v a drl'nk found m which snjd WB would, bein1 then up in G sharp. So we went into place in Broadwav au' we cot -jerter Pewter Yes, we Eot one Thi-n. we took two bottlra Scoth ale an' onWma" bottle chauiimpiie an' mixed Vm with choiioeil in pew-pi-v' know Well. did this three times, an then one of th' f.-llrs   ool clip, about in Abileue. TOE Japanese fish.   

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