Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1883 Page: 5 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE GAZETTE : FORT WORTH TEXAS SATUltDAY WLY 21.
il rjuontton nt lssim I'cr-
111 Claim J'liltl.
lo. Mr. A. T. KobiiiHon
rd JSntcrprlxo has been
eiiy in wio iiiiLTcaL oi
i left this morning for
i Bwnlloweir tho bottle
ny noioru yusiunmy in
jvered. Citizens ot tlio
emetics ana got tiie
stomach before it buc-
badly work. Ho Is a
i oouici nut ii'iini in
jail been (llHslpa-
ipposeu to nemo cause
iuipt to tnice ins me
mi tho now street car
Issourl 1'uclfle and nnr-
l8 to the I'nciuc iiotei
jnd pranunn juroetH
Mi a niorniiiir. tiiiu
hit convenience for the
nnd to nil wno navo
I to and troin mo rau-
ituforo tne roau
re ws 1V petition from
liv pniiticll to allow the
I lirade below the eslnb-
Ewhleh was granted.
and Captain J'jiriii
on Franklin atrcet
Honed the couiull to
again to tno original
le mo punnuii iH
Tho action creates
on tho streets to-day.
it In the llrst place It
r u government 10 no-
tubllshed rule and in
manners not to treat
fcln's petition deserved
i a eoinumiee unu not
the table" and "under
that way. 11'rhaps
Itloners brhig suit and
it thu council may see
jot to say tho propriety
a committee 01 nivcs-
Ip'pard of Hubbard City
i-iluy. lie is ono ot tne
fruit growers In Texas
raisers. 10 is also
lissom- in ilsh culture
iessful in this line.
wv & Allen aro closing
?ot clothing at cost pre-
ilssolution of cojmrtner-
15th of August
Mallorv will open a
ng and clothing house
r how occupied by J. T.
on Austin street.
s caught an immcmio
oil yeaterdav morning
rose. They were nux-
i number of hands to-
tch more on bhiues onq
s arc now two-bits per
hear of one man who
ic jiropo&cs to give one
to every person wno
we mean wno win eat
In company with a
hilo driving home in a
m mo moon-iigiiL
& Proctor's SnrltiKS
o racing with tiie oe-
bthor buggy when his
iiunuimigaolo and threw
'oung lauy out oi ine
nt his leit side severely.
(who wus passing gave
iinee. The young lady
The buggy was budly
tton of tho season was
le streets this morning
T. Dickenson resiit-
rt Gruhuin road heveu
eXWallace. who nre the
rlnters in Waco are again
r intiteriui ami wish 10
with u hue ob nrinter of
Snored on the streets this
Ca negro mimed John F.
ding on boutn beconti
lsoned his wife lust night
was supposed to be dying.
rn notiiiug (leuuite.
amp ALclullooh Messrs.
and fjill Jones havo irone
he&rrUuiy on a protracteu
Mr. J. W. (ihildcrs left on this after-
noon's Missouri Pacific train for Jfort
$2000. ' BAfiAno Texas.July 11 'fil'
Received of It. U. Parrott business
mnnager of tho Tcxns llcnevolcnt As-
finnliiUnii. tho sum of two thousand
dollars In full payment of all claims
against the association turner cyrtuicmo
of membership No. 1 087 terminated
by tho death of William Hollander.
(Signed) M. A. HomjAnukh.
W. H. OAOTun.v.
1). II. AiijisirnoNa.
Every able-bodied cltl.on of Tfcxaa
can create an immediate provision for
his family of from ono to live thousand
dollars In this noble institution and
maintain it at a cost less than the
taxes ami lire insurance on the same
amount of real estate in any town of
EXECUTION OF ROBEET WILSON
Scone mi tlio Scart'oht unit Ill.torj- r tlio
Crlmo-OthrV Unfortunates Helped
Heavenward by Hemp.
killed Frank 1).
Special to tlio Giuolto.
Memphis Tcnn. Ju
Wilson who shot and li
i)......ni.. h.ik .i. .. ...... .::
iviissitii in inia l'ilv on inn "nrii nrsnn
tember 18S2 was bunged to-day in
the county jail aVilfteen minules after
iwuivo ocioi'K. iiio execution wan
Mzarro's Unilfr .Taw.
In u scniMhrlving agricultural vli-
Huge of Maine on a shelf of a closet
oDonlng but oi' tlio nnrlor of Captain
Henry Mann la an article that no
oiner person in tno worm possesses
for tho captain obtained it directly
from the original owner who Used it
ovpr 200 years ago. Tills article or tro-
nhy is the under law-boiioof Francisco
Piniro the famous coii'iueror of
Hulk MKAW.-flhoulilcri 04t cttnr r!b7Xi
llAfc)N.-slVul(lorfi7ji; clour rIbS)& eWiif
IiIm.O;; MiRnrcurci Imnn is.
l.Aiiu.-C'hoica kottle. U.
Peru. The way it camo luto Mann's V1
mt.i nixlitit 1.4 ...i.lt.. ..t.1 C!nttt Ik.ii-. A
during tho early part of the htstdeeado J AinariciMt.! t.'"T.Z
no was ino mittcoraguauo-iauens up ' ioim mock
lying in ino poit or
sail in: orders and. liavimr
r surplus time and money ho took a J
raiiroan journey up to Jmnii tno rem-1
Hnlcs of thu week...:: ..-. 39.0W
Aiuorlcftn i... il 3.yJ
Hj)eculitorn tok ... rxM
j.Miiiuin iook t ................. . 4U)
I'oni rrnm wiipAuiouireol to Mitiincrn. S.ow
ctiml oxport . :)UK)
t i. -niv
f Catlao awaiting j JjJ"10"" v- '"??IW115
having a llttlo Aincrlcna SS.OW
Crlptilcil Trlccmiililo Borloo An All'rny ill
I'onicy TIki Ololiuriio JhII lltirnud
Spcclnl to tlio Ohzcttc.
Dallas July 20. Tho Western
Union strike at this point remains un-
changed. The manager chief boys
and two or three operators aro work-
ing eating and might bo suld to be
living in tlio otiiee building. JSo ac-
cessions to tho force have yet been re-
ceived. Tlio Dallas ollleo is icfU-ilUg
business outside tho state to-night.
Mannger Uaker tays the wires are
prostrated in the Indian Territory
nut thinks it is tho result of natural
causes and not the wo'rk of striking
A shooting nlFray occurred yester-
day evening near Forney Kaufman
county lloland Hutchinson was shot
in both shoulders and in the back of
Ills neck and head with buckshot by
Thomas Turk. Tho tragedy is tho re-
sult of an old feud and numerous
quarrels and suits in tlio courts.
A fuw nights agosomo one destroyed
Mr. Hudson's garden. Yesterday
Turk and a friend named Hutchinson
crossed through Hudson's farm near
his house in Ills absence. Mrs. Hudson
ordered them oil' the premises when
Turk knocked lier down wiicn tlio
two returned both were armed with
double barrel shot-guns. Hudson
came out of his house and ordered
them oil' his premises when both
leveled their guns at him. Hudson
llred without eflect with a rifle and as-
ho turned to reach inside tho house
for his pistol 'furls llred on him
wounding lilm as at Hrst stated. (Phy-
sicians think Hudson will die. His
skull was fractured and a piecu of it
removed. Turk is out on $500 bond
and Hutchinson is at large.
A telegram from Cleburne to Sheriff
Smith of Dallas county says that the
Johnson county jail was destroyed by
fire this morning. All tho prisoners
were secured anil are to be placed in
tiie Dallas jail.
News was received hero to-day
that General Edgerton chief
of the poslofllco department
division centering at St. Louis
has been oidered to Dallas to investi-
gate the post-olllcoand repnrtln regard
to whether Postmaster Whissen should
be removed. JSdgcrton has been or
dered here tor the reason that al
dozen or more special agents of this di-
vision havo investigated him and his
olllce in the last two years and always
reported in his favor and still the
same old light is kept up against him
by his enemies. Chief iiMgorton being
outside of the division must certainly
be disinterested in tho matter and his
report will probably be regarded as
conclusive In regard to tho olllce.
Postmaster Whissen aud his friends
aro confident he will bo vindicated.
General Edgerton is expected to arrive
private. Only the three friends of tho i vlau capital. Among othnr' places of
condemned six newspaper reporteis interest lie visited thu bigeatiiedrai in
and a posse of sheriff's officers as pro- n vault underneath which tho remains
vlded by law witnessed tho hanging of the I ncas-dostroyer nni deposited.
Wilson was a colored man. about i A priest who acted as guide a
twenty years old hnd a good face few Peruvian sltht-seers and he de
scended into tne tomb logeuior and
while tho tnlkatlve priest and his
countrymen were inspecting tho mon-
uments or lately deceased worth
tho puritanic aukee mate inspired
with South American rum and mil-
and boomed perfectly composed. Ho
was attended on tho scaffold bv Hew
Father Aloystus of Ht. Mary's Catholic
church which religion ho embraced
last Sunday. Ho made no speech but
only bid farewell by shaking hands
with those around him. Short ner-
vous twltchlugs of his body were no-
ticeable for two minutes alter the drop
fall His neck was broken.
T1IK JUSTOKY OV IIIH CKIJti:
can be brlelly told. Oit the night or
Friday September 129 18S2 Frank B.
HmhscU who hunt a urocerv on the
corner of Vanceand Hernando streets
detected Robert Wilson stealing a
bucket of lard. Wilson lied with thp
stolen property down Hernando street
pursued by ltutsell who called on him
to halt. Wilson paid no attention to
to tho command ho was bent on mak-
ing his escape and would have suc-
ceeded had not Russell who was
armed with a pistol fired at him. The
ball struck 'Wilson in the right leg just
below tho knee causing him to
fall to the ground. Before htfcould arise
Russell grabbed him and with the as-
sistance of two men Herman SYalte
and Irwin Rainey who had been at-
tracted to the spot by tho firing car
ried Wilson to ShaJlord's drug storo
which was near by for the purpose of
having his wound attended to. While
Rainey went to the telephone office to
call officers from tho stntlon houso
Wilson' who up to this time seemed to
bo in a helpless condition suddenly
arose and grasped the pistol which
Russell hadllred at him and which
ho had carelessly laid on the counter
of tho drugstore. A struggle at once
ensued between Waite"Rii8sell and
Wilson for the possession of tho pistol.
Wilson bit Walloon the arm causing
him to let go the hold he had on him
and the Struggle was lift to Russell
wno oamrnt tlio pistol
Noto-Q.uottloin nro tor low unlcs oth-
rwlso bUumI. J
Oootl iniililtlns rt 4 p;
Btilc.t jnUtiUlns . ......... 0U
MUlilllriit ...........- b
strict low mladllni;.
strict booh ordinary.
COFFER AKI) T15A.-Copfk.K-
-Very n rn;
1 .1 . t a .1 ... nmttHMttt llrti .ll..nt l t .t
urn i uesiro to carry soineuung away I m iir'r .? ..0 f. w??c; .".I c.l)ro
with him that would Korvn n r.-- 1 Wo' lcl 'iu0 JH"" Otmlovn luc old gov-
witii iiiui mat uouid bcr us nrv urnment Javn )o T.-ltniorlnl lOai'Os
mlnderof tho occasion held a niusculnr Kai"wilor607n. '
ltiti.rvlmvu'ltliiliiiuiipuitrtli(iiliriiiwtf. HooAii cry Una: LouUlnun miro whltn.
warrior which resulted in Plzarro
reluctantly consenting to surrender his
under juw to tho enterprising New
Knglauder. Concealing it In his coat
pocket for tno time being the mate
carried It carefully on shipboard and
brought it to his JMaiue homo where
it Is now kept as a sacred relic. So the
mad freak of a tipsy duwn-easter had
placed more wealth aud dominion be-
tween tho llesli less jaws of the dead
Plzarro than that bloody Spaniard
dared to hope for in the wildest of Ills
many wild dreams.
An act of the legislature of West Vir-
ginia passed iqJ877. makes the silver
coins issued by tho United States a le-
gal tender in that state for all debts
public and private. Tlio trade dollar
is ono of these coins and is theroforo
a legal tender at their nominal value
in West Virginia.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
UAZirrri! Ofkick July 29.
GOLD AND all.VKlt.
American silver dollar pur.
American linlvosiuul itmr'npar.
Mux I win Bllvcr dollar 80
Moxlcan silver luilvns 35
Mexican sliver quartern... IS
New York light currency
Now Orienns slht. currency. -
Now Yolt sight curroncy....-...i)nrI
Sow OrteniiH Hli'liL. eurrmicv VAcb i!
... . --. -...
Ufiivnytiiiii Klein fiirrnimv ui
Louli) Hliilit. currency. . ....tmrU
umengo Biyui currency yy&
illroad test case against Mr.
iyari;unient was eoncluded.
'ill ue given iu tnu jury
torniug. It is the llrot
jord In a Texas court
essence of time
ivo tlio validity ot
The plea of
Mt is that ids note given
lo nation to tho road was
iW.of tho stipulation on the
s'road that it would build
:the road to Waco within a
iHie and ha ing failed to do
L$mill and void. The road
inter pica mat too note
itviow of the benefits to be
ultho construction of tiie
yttt tho time of its comple-
j no figure m tlio
it if they establish
ithey have built tho road
lHiuiu. is oouud lonay tne
'railroad was 'represented
nor Hubbard and ex-At-
iral Clark and tho defend-
isrs. lionnger j.enry and
.X. Rlohoy's argument be-
afternoon was an able ef-
tdo Harris left this evening
ijsoimty Mlhsourl to spend
;yer. Ls(i. went unto Fort
IthoSp. in. Missouri Pacific
Robinson went to "West
ie-uaue of the west it is In
lathis has been a mighty hot
sPark of WcstStatlou wns
lay. no went nomo on tne
s Alnsworth. of Watertown.
has arrived In Waco and
Iposltlon In tho Pacific ISx-
rat mis place under Mr.
tho present mannger.
The Tclocriipli Strlko A Itniuor of (len-
Graiit'it llentli The Mexican
Outrage nt Monterey.
Special to the Quzottc.
San Antonio July '20 The tele-
graph strike has been tho subject of
general conversation to-day.
Yesterday tho death f General
Grant was reported and publlsed In
extras by the Daily Hxjtrcfiii. The
first information of tho report being
untrue arrived in tlio afternoon be-
ing a telegraph from Mr. Eckort to
Mrs. Captain Campbell of this city
who Is a Dent and neice of Gen. Grant.
The purpose of the telegram which
came to the Merchants exchange was
Manager Pillow of tho olllce here
still holds his men firm but has been
unablo to do businWss with other places
on account of the absence of help at
such places. There were no specials
sent from hero to the press last eve-
ning.. There is great Interest taken hero in
tho outrage perpetrated upon tho
American consul at Monterey. The
feeling all along the border U Intense
and now that one of our consuls has
been lashed and the dignity of Ameri-
can citizenship boldly trampled upon
It Is thought there cannot be but trou-
ble. Future developments are watched
with the kceuest interest. American
prebs reporters are going luto tho couu
try to watch and report deelopiuuuls
it from Wilson's irrasn. It was at this
period Unit all of a sudden W son at. LouIh mirlit. currency .....
lnm-iiwiMinr tiluffit v..i.. iu ...... i. ' Oalveston sight jjoltl null cur'oy
drew anotiier pistol fiom liis pocket Htorlinx in hiuiuT twins ti.oooun
aim ureii uueu nines in rapid succes-
sion at Russell who fell to the lloor
shot through tno abdomen and right
breast. "Wilson escaped but was' ar-
rested late that night by police officers
at his homo near the corner of Linden
and Main streets. Tho wounds re-
ceived by Russell proved fatal as he
died the Sunday night following after
72 hours of intense hu flor-
in p. The night that Russell died
a mob of about i00 went to tlio county
jail and demanded of the jailor that
Wilson be given up. This demniul
wus lefused aud after loitering about
the prison for an hour tho mob dis-
persed. They evidently were without
a leader otherwisejtroublo might havo
been experienced bearing further at-
tempts at violence the sheriff as a pre-
caution removed Wilson to the jail at
Brownsville Tenn. where he was
kept until tho excitement attending
the death of Rusell had subsided. At
his trial which took place last Janu-
ary he was convicted of murder in
the first degree aud .sentenced
by the late Judge L. B.
Harrigau to be hanged. An appeal
was taken to the supreme court and
tiiat tribunal alter a patient lieurimr
of the case nlllrnied the sentence of
the lower court and fixed July 20. 1SSII
as the date ot ms execution ills at-
torneys however did not dispalr of
executive clemency aud applied to tho
governor .who had the i coords of the
ease submitted to him but declined lo
interfere. He wrote to Wilson last
AYednesday of his failure to see any
mitigating circumstances that war-
ranted a commutation of- the death
sentence. Wilson while ho had hoped
for a life sentence in the penitentiary
from tho governor heard with stoic
indifieronco the letter of the govern-
or read lo him. Ho was baptized last
Sunday by nev. iatlier Aloysius ot
Vf per $11X1
k por f WO
it ner Jioo
oir white iip.'. vnllnur rliitliin.1 tui..
fancy yellow clttrliioiUUCo: opeu Uoitlo ku
Knits choice hUc; Htauiliuu A.iH;c: standard
entiuiliitcd. Ui Louisiana on Kramllated
iVfc; powdered lOHC cut loaf IOko
prlrno to choice -lhMc: corn syrup 4jc.
mcK-Umlmuun &(;U. '
FlMII Mnuknrivl. Ililh Iritis Vn 1 i lr w
2 Zips half hbta. No. ) S7.; No. 2 $LCo.
White lUh. No. I lilf. hblV S7.i3; No. '1 i5l.W.
Dried herrini per box (Oc. Cod Ilsh; ("Xc.
RAl.T-CoiirHo 111 bftRd. H.50; rtao in bints
- '. lKe in tint lioopljbls. S.'.SJQiiUj pock-
Cannhd Ooods. Prices por docn: lMno
applcN KUiniliml l.U0: 1'eachBS stnudard a
lbM $!.(; 3 1 b. Jia9ihi Kceouds.-J lis.
J .BU;3 Ba.Si.t;TomatooJ( HhuuUrd a ths.
U- hecondK 'Jibs.. II. lo; i h. SIjO; (Jroon
nirrii 8l.10Vli.lkr Oieen peas ll.TJ; Ooos-e.
borrlps. Sl.'J.l.liv. ltnspborrleii Jl K): Cove
oysters full weluht I n 81.15; '2 ID. 8i.li'; liuht
welKlit.ltt.. nie; -i lb.. Jl.ak Halinon l
tl.lW&l.M; a lb.. JA5(J2.03; Macluirel 1 Ih.
IIAaI.TS; Hardlhcs Aincrlcati $.M cnBu;
Imported J1I1.C0 case; Htrawborrlci 2 lb. JUW:
.llliiokheriies 5121; Oreon Bsos JUVi t'ou-
doused inlllf crown S7.00; Englo IS.75; Swiss
RUNnuins-Stnrch 6jfc. Poap common
JUe; German olive fcjc. Candles rult boxes
18c; halve 10c; qmirion Uc Iiii1Iro.SI.Ui)Ri;
niUOlnc.mKl.ilOdonen. CoIpiiiiiii's tntisinrrt.
IM08..VJ dozen taccironl Imported ISclb;
American Si.mi box. liucKets two hoops
Ki.M)riozin; well buckets Sl.'ii dozen. llrootnB
Klouu oastr atanunrd'M royal patont $8fi0
t uuu; mu-KH ea ovibi ii ii itu ids. uorn ineni
nor bUHhel.hV:; Ilomlny and irrits V 11I.
8j00; Oatmeal y lmlr hbl &5lW; Tracked
wheat. - Ih. tit- Crackers: X soda. (ltnt XX
kfida 67;XXX soda t&i&iyic: oieaiu soda
WWh'UciX lomon ereamH.KdtlUc; XtliiRor
snaps. W(ftl);p: xx UKlOc: assorted cakes mid
Jlimbles ISaXSSc Wheat In lliiut. recolpf
tflcgSI as to quality aud condition.
Coining In freely; prices range from 8Oc0Sl.
Absolutely Pur dm
This nowder never vnrles. A mftrviUo'
Mirltv. stroimth and wholusotnoi'dBi.-" M r
I economical than tiie ordinary kinds ma
cannot bonoid in competition with tho mil-
nvuio oi iow losi snort .neiKui mum or
phosphato ponders. SoUl O'tfii in cant ltoY-
ai. Uakino I'owintR Co. 100 Wall Street Now
a salts per pound 'Mi-'K kuiii opium por
d I M; iium camphor so3i; innrphlnn
7.. 8.1 7i; macluno oil uoldcn iUIO;
no 1'. ft W.. per or. I 111; mtlnluu Oer-
Nkv Youif July 0.M ucli llrmor touo
cliaracterlzl mk stock speculation to-day. At
tlio opcnlnj; prices advanced fractionally
hut btfoio llrst call a reaction took place.
Toward midday trunk Hue fcharps became
prominent and ioo U". olhor acllve
bliares 'ifitlli. imriiiB tho nncrnoon the
market was nulot; prl(:cs''(S!i lower in the
last half hour of business
Tho report tint tho trunk lino representa-
tives at a meotini; here to day had arranged
matters satlhfuctorlly started tho fresh buy-
ing movement Vaudqrbllt's lcadtiiR in point
ofactHlty and advance It Is stated that
prominent nUiroad capitalists havo nego-
tiated SIO.OOO.'HI' running until January noxt.
Western Tnlon uflOr selling down to 70I-J
closed at W)i$Jlii as compared with last
night's closing prices V to 1J higher. Tho
trunk llncsshowlng greater improvement In
pecialtles; Klchmondand Danvlllondvnuccil
64 to G)i West l'ohit ltoJljand Pullman
l'alaco 2 to IKi; Memphis and Charleston
declined 1 to 20. Transactions !)8;jW0
the Cntholiechureh. During his con- i ilirCh
liuemeiit Hi jail Here lie lias been at-
tended hy two of tho sisters who
doubtless influenced him to seek re-
i:xi:cution ot' a wirn jruimKiiKii.
Canton Ohio July 20. Geo. McMil-
lan the wife murderer was hanged
here to-day. The trap was sprung at
11:15: he died without a Htrugglo his
Nr.w YoitlC July '). Tho VW cotton
market siij's futuro deliveries opened here
3 lo 1-luO lower; demand eoittmiod kiuull
yet oirprliigs wuro not sulllcleut lo piovent
anadvauconfUtOU7-ll. At third call Au-
gust brought 0 1)J Hejitomher UUI October
0 76. November 1) r.S. flecomher 9 71 March
10 showlngauecllneol' 3-h0 lor August and
September; 1-luJ for latter mouths.
Nrw Yoiik July 2j. Net re:elpts 710; gross
' Kuturos closed steady; bales fi20O3.
July 0 05 0 97
August 10 07h) 0!)
Hepiontucr u us u u
Oc.obor 9 Acp l 70
NovuinlHir........ 8X! H K!
-Deceinbor . 1) 71 l Ti
January -. 0 7o ti 70
February. U & H
iu ui)iu ui
Taints Oils and Varnishes
Paints por ft Wliltu lead 7o D; yellow
ochre dry do; burnt amber Ih oil 18c; dry "e.
Oll-s liolled II n Need In bbls.. Wo nor iml!
rawtr-'e; iieatsfoot(S0g.75c; Il8hrjo5V; spirits
turpontltio (fie; coal oil 2-5 oases llrilllaut
31 W; Hrlltlaut bbls. 15c; llrllliant lil .l 41;
110; 2-5 4120 50; 2-5 t; KuplOn bbls. 25o.
jwr gallon; Kuplon M cases $2 00; lard Oil
tf.WBo; West Vlrgldla VOffiffio.
VAiiNisiiK i opal W)c&l 25 por
coach varnish j; 2n oo.
Potatoes country 'lOgsOc y bushel; Onions
now 311 mi nbi. Turnips sliffSlw VI bu.
Hans II. 1'. mod. bbls. 4Ji5c; largo lima
'YM' j..i.t uMiiui iwvo:; iiuvti uifwic:
I'lcktos medium. $0 W($U m M tihl.; hafi bbl
Silcobfti; Pigs feet kits 81 GO; cider half bbl.
Hntall Vinegar apple aSOo V gal.; pure
wlno 50c; l'ca" greon dried v lb. (lc; Black-
ovvd.Cr; JVaches dried. 8K-" Apples utrled
Knc; Cabbn-o;iCi Ulackborrlen OiKloo por
gal ; Plums 25C$l0c per gal.; Watermelons Jo
a)2."; Cantelones 0(aa'); Apples WQi7ic per W
bushel box; Tomaloos 50e.
Fi lilts Oranges box STiBOailGO; Tienions
8"i fJ95 fii): ltalslns London layers $10.); plain
SI 75; Prunes. ? tb o; l-'lua i6Q'20c; llanauas
IJ0WS1 60. bunch.
Nuts I'eanuis wlilto lb.0c; Pecans. 7c;
Walnuts r.nirll'li 10c; Fronoh Kc: llra.tl
nuts 12c; Filberts He; Almonds uoft shell
ic; Cocoauuts 85 IM A V 100.
cording to amount of wonl.lDftKio: Moxtoau
sheep jielts lb (V$I0c; Mexican Bhcep pelts
Improved HCJIIc; Mexican sheep Hherllngs
Dark Cinnamon per pound 2l36c; bark
Peruvian per pound ISfiW; Horox por h
lSlb'jni-carboiiatoofsodatferlb.airt; O p-
peras por lb 2(t; cnstoroll per gal.1 -1001 43;
clnclionlda per ot. W$ 00; castltu soap
(mottled) per U FM; cream tartar a P. per
pound !1S(!?I0; chalk lump por pound 2l;
cnlomol ! it W per pound TOso- calomel
Kugllsh per pound 1 )D1 25: chloral hy-
draio. 1 7l M; chloroform iW?lH); composi-
tion powder. o440dovcrnowdors. 1 KX'tfl 50:
epsom salts per pound S645; gum oplhm por
man per oz. 1 80: quinine tlermau case per
oz. l 70.
Powdor niastlng V keg. 8.1 15; UlUe.ia.'i lb.
SO V; ltlilo iau tts..s 6; Itltlo otns.8l 92
8hot-SJ 2i p sack: lluek shot. 82 60.
Nails rates. 81 25: Hoes. 40 f cent. ofTi Axes.
Oolllu'stlO'i(t;HImmons 81060; Hacklnsaik
Stb')-' Ames's shovels V dot 81200; llorso
slices keg IflOO; liar Iron WM; Steel IVitr
Sheet iron No. 27 11 Cc Fonco wlro
HUmiic. Tin Plate 815 0': Traeo
chains fH00Vloz: Tinware 0V cent otrj
Cookrag stoves 8HIX)50 00; Klro mantels
JU)UVJV.HJ(Colfeo mills 25 cent oil; Holts
W cent oni Carriage bolts 00 V coul. on.
Ktapto Dry Goods
Hkavv lluoWN CorroNS Not 00 days F.n-
lorprlso. i-i (iW iJincley -4 7J; I.angley73'-
FINK llltowN COTTONi Applolou nM7J;
Dangor 4-f O; Hoot V 4-1 6j; Hertford lt 30-
ln. 5; I'cppurel U. 7k.
JlMtniii".nCon'ONS Not (10 days Lonsdalo
4-4 V';IJaiiger3-l5l; niaekstonoA A 4-1 0;
Cabot 4-4 k; Hont 13 4-4 s: Our own 7-s njj.
nitii.i.s lllnck und iirownfrnni. 8 toll.
i.onoHiurHOK. li; .Alag
JIay Now country looso from wagon
81 10(4600 por ton; Corn country 10c; Oats
country. 25 3na; llran 81 00 per iOU; Chops
II 75 por loo. Ilarloy JH310.
Meat uud I.nrd
1kats lower Sugar cured hams. 18c: Pa-
eon packed breakfast bacon l1)lc: short olen
10! i: long clear Oe; Hulk meats packed
short ary salt.iruc.
IjAUO lower 'tierces lOKc; hlf. libls. 10)ic:
50 lb tins 10'(- 2-1 tb tins. iOjic; 10 lb tUs.ilc;
61b tlus U&'- 3 lb tins lij-fc.
(I UlUlWS DVUKH
brand 10 or.. 10.
-Boston O. P.8X;Couconl
TiciciNO oncstORii gold modal 1514: Ha
goriaucysirijie aso. i h;; umega
Ok; Thomdyke Ok.
ngions r'i i
April - 10 lift iO 12
Nkw void: J iuy ". rno louowing aro mo
total net receipts of cotton at all ilio ports
Kinci) supiomuor i ;
neck being broken. He was limp and ' Now York
Statcu Island Gazette
A curious custom prevails along tho
sea cotibt of Massachusetts in regard to
belling pools on fishermen to see
which onu of thoui will catch tho first
fish while out on an excursion. In a
number of seaport towns regular ex-
changes are established where tho
nool-selllmrKoeson and each niun In
every fishing excursion that goes out
is bought up by tho adventurous
gamblers in the saino manner Unit
horsea entered for a race aro bought.
Theso pools often run up as high as
$300 or $000 each according to tho
number of fishermen and tho first
mart that catches a fish la declared the
winner and his backer takes tho pot.
lachrvmosu on the Hcafi'old begging
I his friends to pray for him and his
murdered wife uud ehildien. He had
i an afi'ectiug interview with his four
! little children about an hour before
1 the execution. His last words were
j that his latu statements are true aud
that he should die innocently sacri-
ficed by his father and a prostitute.
II UNO l'OIt K.U'K.
Lexington Ky. July 20. David
Timiierluke colored was hanged at
noon for rape of Maggie Lawbon col-
ored a girl nlno years old. He made
a nominal confession claiming that
the gill herself was not Innocent.
...: 5s ihs
lloston . 190510
Ituttcr mid Cheeso.
UOTTKlt Country. lKSJiOc; Western dairy
22kc; fancy dairy 27ko j cooking butter 10c;
OunKsis Fiat factory 12Kc; Now York
factory I3jc; full cream 16c; riwclUor 353
Poultry nnd ICggs.
PoniiTiiv Hons S.I oofflfl 25 per dnzon;
roosters ti ffiftj'i 00; half-grown chickens
l ;62 00; Tin keys 85 WXi to; Geese $5 Oil
8 IW; Ducks. S2 AOfW 00.
Kaas Per dozen Ho.
Adriatic. 0r. A mortean. W
to b'4; Apron checks ii to
MTitii'i: tliinilllon. hluo
uuica iv'sc: lioca uvor vy?
J'm.NTS Harlots rUe; Hpraguos 6c; Con-
Dovnu dros styles i0l2; Enrioston" ;
1'i)ito I)r.K.f-s Uoons Dlbego fie; Alpaca
lusters 0tokc; Hroeados 7kc Laco hunl-
lng 7.10 liAlOkc.
lhANK"TM 'aduiu blankets S7.00815.
do..; grey blankets 81.21 2.'Hl 2 5i(55.t'C ea
white blanltflis 2.25 fl.OO 4.00(912.00 each;
scf.rlotblankets47.O0 0.00(1412.00 each; Cali-
fornia blankets. 81.00 7.60C12.50 each; sllvor
groy.limkcts 4'i23i.75(iJ3JJ each; Jail robai
Crockery Kui-nltiirn niul (llnss. .
FoniHaro Iloadsleads Imitation walnut
caoh.8 O'-i'l V); all walnut 81 50($I060: Chairs
wood scat Vnnr. 8i767tMi: eanoand rat tan
seat S OOv'DO 00; cauo sent dining 512 WK20 00;
Chlldsand roekors8s.iMl;50; largo rocking
8J)0XiHHK); camp and lockors ciich. 8175iift
700; Mirrors arch tops $ do7. S2U0fl2fi0;
rabies louud 8200.1 0: fsll leaf 2MM5 60;
Safes ouch 8.12V47 00; llureaus 811 iWAtW'
wauli stands ol 'iV W- bed sprlngo.S.'! 'ib! 60;
llaby Carriages 80 6020
OioiiKcry W O teas.-tt don. 81 00(91 10; V O
plates KaSSl 00; W 1 dishes 31 VOOfO; Y U
bilker suxwno; v u pitchers. ia.vaoso;
ewers and basins 811606412 60; WO Wowa
81 2V91 75: assorted crates S.V5 0070 00.
Olnshwaro Lainn chimneys No o crimp
top v do.. 4no: No. 1 cllinp top Vuor. 4w;
No. 2. crimp top V dozi0e; Alganll V. do.
00c; Goblets do. (lloASI Mi; Tuiiihleiff Y
dor.. CK$Mc; liar tiunblers V dor. Wc(ii)81 00;
Caudy Jars 83 00l oo- Lapips ti V0V2 00.
i.umukii llnugh lumbor boxing 12 Inches
aud under tlrst-class .110; stripping )$i1 821;
boxing and lloorlng clears Zi' thick clea.
Hiuiut U- f-M; rough lumber second clntu
81fl;JolstanilscanllliiRf culls. $10
Hiuino 'lrst common whlin pine $32 50;
second do. 0: third do.S'i'i; poplar 827 5"; na-
tlvo pine ; ii2 1 0; do $ 82i; natlvo rughiC
DitiWHiin l.VMliuu-UoxIng 12 niches and
under 81 (i20 0"; lo kx.l $U onW ifl;
scanning. Jolt or any coninion lomber
821 mm 00; boxing oer U inohestWVvf
23 fW; thick cioais Ui to lUollil 2.82'i OOVK 00-
second class any kind SIHWfl-21 00. .
nuc-ssHU and MATCUKii Fi.ooitina Flrsl-
clnss.KO; second class. 521.
WiriTl.l'lNK I'UIINISIUMJ i.unniiii mirt
ml 2 inch white pine i70: 1 inch do. H
fancy per gallon
1'i.AiN First com-
as per high
V. J.Morphy and wife of Sherman
aro at tho El Paso.
Tho Plrst Uulo of New Cottou Crop Pros-
pects. Special to tho Gazette.
ihistrop July 20. Tho first halo of
new cotton wus brought. to town to-
day by Edward Haywood colored. It
was ruis'd oil his placo ten miles
from town classed good middling
weighed 555 pounds and was sold to
Iliggius it Garwood for twelve cents.
The cotton crop hi tills county will
be largo this beason.
Cincinnati July 20 Flour firmer but not
Whkai Stronger No 2 red winter 1 07
Coun. Dull at oik..
Oata. Quiet at So.
I'oiik. Stronger at IH
Hui.k MBATs. Firmer; shoulders OK: clear
ilAooN Falrdoiuand; market firm; shout-
ders7?i;: clear rib i; lone clour UJ.
Wui.sky. Firm aa i lU.
HuoAit. Standard unchanged
Louisvtr.r.c July 20. liuslness almost at a
stund still on account of the telcgrapli;oporA-
GitAlN Nothing dolnp.
82 502 75;
Whihicy llectlfled 81 10I50 as por proof;
soui mash ono year old 81 00 two years old;
82092 25; throe years old 82 602 75: fancy
extra old whisky 810)5
Winks Claret caso.tW GOSJIOOO as porqual-
lty; Catawba pergallon 00 1 50- Port 51 20
3 0d;Hhorry per gal. 8120SOO; .Madeira
por gai. ji iwcja w w nuo wine
si ooaio 00.
Champagne G. IT. Muinm & Co.. Tlxtrn
Dry tMrOvfJfi 00; Heldslck lnbaskut82nw)(4
2S0; Krug In basket 80 lAWJ2ij 00; Domestic
champagne 87 00(4 H 00.
AI.B Stock Alopordor.82 002 25; Porter
per doz. 82 00C2 25.
IlOTTi.Kn llKKii Ht.lvouls quiirt 812 OO-.pts.
812 60; Iludwolser own slzo 8i!i 00; pluU
til 00; Krlaugor beer quarts 813 Co: pints
m V Hchlltz Milwaukee nuarta 812 60; pints
813 00: Hub Punch sis 00
IVool llldos Kit
'ooi-VedlUBi accordlngto grado.nuallty
and coudlllon 20 lo 2lo. tluo according to
grado.quallty nud condition 15 lo 22; coarsu
according to gmdo quality aud condition 15
to 2c; Mexican Improved according to grade
quall'y and coiidillon HtolO; Muxlcan ao-
cording to grade quality and coudlllon 10
to 13; hurry less according to amount of
Hunts No. 1 heavy flint dry V tb lie: No.
a. heavy fllot dry V Pi lie: No. 1 light lllnt
tbl0t.No 2 light Hint VftSc; hadiy dam-
aged h 6o; fallen hides l2otess; dry salted.
lb 10c; green salted lb tb 7c; green butcher V
PniritiKH Nonilual season Tor Deer
sklne v m 2tcSD; Aiuelone skins y tt 10(313;
goatbklns eaSli Vm'ffn shcop pelts according
to amount of wool 20cup; shearlings ao-
non Willie Pino $12.50: .d do 8);3rt ao.Vif
ioplnrW.!t7A0: poplar 82.to; natlvo pine
i 8" 5r do. M 12.1.
Poi'1.ahI-0iih:ii.H VA and 2 Inch 855;
do 1 Inch 85H ....
HtuNoMM Wiilto plnoA8-Vdoshadeil A
84.2.") do extra No. I. Wfr. cypress host any
brand Hi; do No. 2 81 50; do No.8 &J.W; mil Ivo
wiwed.hralt.SI.V'; mi UK 3 IfA .
PICUnTS.Whlto pine dressed and iieaded
sntiaroor Hat 81; yellow plnpdo W; lath.Sl.
Lmik. Ckiu-nt. Kro. l.lme. Austin 82.25
cases pur bid. Cement. Louisville cr Hosonalo S
per iiiii; roriiiino ( per uui. imui.uii
Now Yorkorillchlgai) 5 per bbl.
Kaddlery and Harness
rlKtnTiNo:-No. 1 California ptir lb. 40 to
41c.: No. 2. California per Ih . 40 to II cts.: o
I Fair Oak per lb.. 30 to W cts.t Mo. 1 Fair
Hemlock perlb.81 to 30 cis.j No. 1 Ohio Oak
''HAi'tNK.s.s: Wugon. sliort tug 814 00(3120 00;
Wagon long tug US 0JC4V5 op. -.-.
rot.i.Aii:-Wngoa full stock 811 HkaiBOO;
Wagon oxlro wool 2000Q.600; Thick colls
'Vlium.M.-llllnd per doz. W6jXB1260;
Fillings No. 1 ex. ncrdoz. I W?.i-S00.
HAlOM!S.-Italse.l slaniPVll -'ll-5 Erics'
Plain Cal. 820 0045 0; No. 1 loose courses
t a i itm 8I OoaWf! No. 2 fled course Koso
t.fe Mama goat.
3KK6W60: Toe Fenders 1 60w8 . .
BPOiw.-Kureka pr dozen p'r t: Indlan-
anola.p.rdozoii I ftV. Moxlcan 3-in.QWirt
T 00; Mexican 3-ln rowel coverod. 10OJ; MO-
lean 8-ln rowel 6 25; Mexican 2-lnclr row8l
covered 000; 'California less straps 18 00-
" Iwioinos.-KIp4 76255); Calf 10 00313 00;
PALACE JEWELRY STORE
THE LARGEST JEWELRY HOUSE IN NORTH TEXAS
Ik I FINE HOWARD WATOHB3 A SPECIALTY ALSO THE FINEST REPAIRER IN THE STATS
JFI. . 3MT - 3B
Muiuib wuu uuiiui .inuerit
ami enioliiniun'tai-of their
t waa UeuiKinjil tu klpputi
jc is nniierstooa that tiio contract
for building tho brunch 'of thn Sunset
ndlroad from thirtcUy.to'Uin ther. &'
It (1 l-nlftirfl CfllMlfV- U'llP'-llW lor
oilers to plau n loan
tno lMoxloan Gover
- i . . . ' .. ....'. ..j.i Ilillii1uf. I -...u l"..l. 4n mv II u Lnwi
t is rwio n:m for I lourioauea iw'n "" '".Tjirii's.;; ""oifv ""TvaffiRua.ui2
ument. . .l..c r-V'iiiiiiirnir 2 uiclm&?tS JWtl:Hgay.fWBfJi)N?
linu nlllinrlX(KIa'lllO iSW- .' 21..T?" V .JMBKfl.UKWNIKI OI I SW MWJBWIS WIMiir: IN IWO HHH
. i ..c?!lV I MltMiiMmiifaMtaMKm'JjiSiutui ' anil 1 liafr tAhla nr ''" l
.cyHJf'fW.)" UU'rOMMM(-l sr 'VU'"."
tHi I wiru at nrly thiw intnih a jKiuud le
rlfftj.'tbi aiHUWimUoii on 1
im? Emi niHXti h proIt. Jftimuu
fluv u'uv I Miami umv urtirLMk.f
i mi lUi uruiuMf i
if :ml iSfTii IMWtowWifTt
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 195, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 21, 1883, newspaper, July 21, 1883; Fort Worth, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114486/m1/5/: accessed August 20, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .