The Austin Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1890 Page: 8 of 8
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AUSTIN WEEKUY 8TATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 17 1890
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IU stroenor excellence proven is mllllM
of homes for more than a quarter of ea
tury. It in used by the United 8tatei Gof-
ernment. Endorsed by the heads of the
Great Universities as tb Strongest Purest
and most Healthful. lr. rrice s urrass
Baking Powder does noteontain Ammttaia
Lime or Alum. BOia oniy m
PRICK BAKING rOWDI 09.
A UIMH R UfMi
.AKOUND THE CAPITOL.
Matters Picked Up Going Thronitli the Cap
Haskell county redeemed $14000 of
her 8 per cent bonds.
Superintendent Cooper having re
turned from Iuh St. Paul trip a meet
ing of the board of education was held
in the afternoon (iovernor Kerns
beinir present. The board fixed the
scholastic apportionment for the en
suing year at $4.50 per capita it hav
ing been $4 kst year. The total scho-
lastic population of the State was an-
nounced at 504840 an increase of
19.320 over last year or 3J per cent.
Applying the generally acceptod
ratio these figures indicate the
total population of Texas to be 2824
ATTORNEY OENERAI.'S OFFICE.
Attorney General Hogg is again at
work at his desk in the State house as
calmly as if no State campaign ex
Gen. King has not yet recovered
from his accident week before last
but was in his oflice at work with his
assistants straightening up figures
and accounts connected with the late
That Road to the Montopolls Bridge Should
The heavy travel on the extension
of east Sixth street demands the
macadamizing of the entire distance
from the city limits to the Moutopolis
The citizens interested in the build
ing of this road have raised suliioient
money to pay their share of the costs
of construction and an early complo
.tion of this work is assured.
When completed it will be a credit
''to the county and a great saving to
our fiiroier. Without a first class
macadamized road from the- center of
the city to the Moutopolis bridge the
latter never can be utilized to its full
Shooting Scrape at Manor.
Ycsterdav morning Constable Tuck-
ett of Manor telephoned to Sheriff
White that a shooting scrape had oc-
curred at that place and that one of
the parties had fled towards Horns-
ly's Bend. He requested Sheriff
White to send a man to the Bend at
which point he would meet him and
together they would hunt for the
The parties engaged in the fracas
were Ira Johnson and Charlie Bou-
len. It seems that Bouden who has
been working for Jounson had some
trouble with his employer a ehoit
time ago about a cow and it is likely
that the present difficulty grew out of
Constable Davis mid Jailor Brown
who were sent to assist in the search
had not returned last night so the
full particulars could not be learned.
It was stated however that neither
of the parties had been seriously in-
jured. The Little Barbecue.
The noble army of candidates
turned out in force yesterday and with
borrowed umbrellas and hungry meiu
betook themselves to the Litlig bar-
becue where if they did nothing else
they demolished mid stored within
themselves barbecue to do them for a
solid week. Slick fello.vs your noble
army of patriotic candidates ami they
never fail to be on hand wiie i good
cheer is provided.
A Watery Grave.
The dead body of a Mexican named
Ysobel Garsio wag disebveren in the
river yesterday not far from t he
mouth of Onion creek. From indi-
cations while in bathing he took
cramps and drowned. '
An Old Veteran Passes Away.
Mr. J A. Ball an inmate of . the
Confederate Home who has been ill
for so'iie time died Mon lay night and
was buried yesterday. He served 1
Compauy H Sixteenth Texas regi-
ment.during the war.
Caution. Buy only Dr. Isaac Thomp-
son's Eye Water. Carefully examiue
the outside wrapper. None other
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Daily and Weekly Statesman-
Austin Tex. July 15 1890. )
Owing to the extreme heat business was a
little more dull than usual.
There was a more buoyant feelinu in the
cotton spot markets and a tenlency to ad-
vance. This is noticeable in the closing
tone of the leading markets am1 is further
verified by an udvance of l-16c in the New
York market closing firm.
Futures are feeling the strengthening
tendency and all mude advances today
closing steady. ' '
Liverpool futures opened steady at an ad-
vance of 2 points ruled quiet but steady at
a slight decline from the opening and
closed steady 1 to 2 points higher than yes-
New York futures opened quiet but
firm at a slight decline ruled linn ut sec-
ond call at an advance of 1 to 4 points on
the opening ruled barely steady at third
call at a .still further advance and doted
steady July aud August 13 to 16 poii.ts
higher oilier months 4 to 0 points above
New Orleans lutures opened at a de
cline of 1 to points ruled steady at an ad-
vance and closed steady 4 to 6 points higher
than last closing.
The wool market closed firm and un
changed with sales of 250t)U pounds at Gal
Coffee steidy and unchanged.
Sugar steady as revised.
New York par pr.
New Orleans par pr
St. Imis par 4 pr
Galveston par yt pr.
Silver coin par
Mexican dollars v0o
Mexican halves 85c
Mexican quarters 15c
London July 15. Consols closed at
Uu U-16 ror money ; lor silver
NEW YORK EXCHANGE.
New York July 15. Sterling bank 60
days 4.84)4 to 4.85 sterling commercial 60
days i.Hi'A to 4-i; reicnmarKs commer-
cial 60 days. 04 111-16; francs. bank
hi days 0.VJ; commercial w days
NEW ORLEANS EXCHANGE. .
New Orleans July 15. Sterling com
mercial 60 days 4.83V4 to 4.8331 : francs.
commercial 60 days 5.26; New York
Bight bank 100 premium ; commercial 25
Galvfton July 15. Sterling 60 days
4.80; Ntw York sight at par; New Orleans
. .- l. . . . -. -: . . : i . j : l
Slgiik Ub pur AlUBiiuttu navel yM luauuuub
Galveston July 15.--Freight by steamer
from Galveston to Liverpool (f; to Con-
tinent 25-64d to New York 40c per 100
Austin Julv 15. Local market nominal
at following figures :
Hood On). ...)
Low Hid 10
Mid. Fair.... 10
Liverpool July 15. Snot cotton closed
strong hardening and unchanged.
Ordinary 6V5 Middling b
GoodOrd (i'A Good Mid t
Low Mid (i
Total sales 12000
Futures closed steady 1 to points higher.
Julv 6.33-34 Nov-Dec. 5.55 asked
luly-Aug. 6.33-34 Dec-Jan. . . 5.54
iVug-Sept 6o4 asked! August. ... 5.52 asked
8ept-Oct. 6.01 asked September. 6.32-35
Oct-Nov.. 5.56-57 lOctober. ... 0.34 bid
New York July 15. Spot cotton sed
firm at l-10c advance.
Ordinary 3 7 10
Good Ord 10
Middling.... 12 1-16
Good mid.... 12 5-16
Low Mid 11
Mid. fair.... 12 15-16
Sales 25!) bales
Futures closed steady at an advance of
4 to 16 points.
July 12.14-l.")December... 10.60-61
August li.WM-sr.cianuary iu.65-66
September. . 11.01-nj' February... 10.70-71
October 10 71 72! March 10.72-74
Bales 80000 bales
New Orleans July 15. Spot cotton closed
firm and unchanged.
Low ordinary !) 15-1(1 Middling. ... 11 7-16
Ordinary 10 7-Ki.Good Mid... 11 13-16
Good Ord. ...10 15-10 Mid. Fair.... 12 1-16
Low Mid 11 3-lo
Sales 125 bales
Cotton futures closed quiet but steady at
at an advance of 4 to 6 points.
July 11.78-80 December...in.l7-18
October. ... 10.26-
Hales 19100 bales
Galveston July 15. Spot cotton closed
nominal and unelianged.
Low Mid MJi
Shipments by rail....
Mid. Fair.... 11
Gvlveston. July 15. Following are
the receipts at United States ports:
New Orleans 18
New York 125
Total this day 233
ratal tais day last year 67
UNITED STATES CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
Following are the receipts and exports at
11 United 8tatea ports.
Receipts thus far tbis wee 1259
Receipts same time last year 726
Receipts this day . 233
Receipts this day last year 67
Total this season ' 5.746111
Total last season 649144
Exports to Great Britain 6312
Exports to France
Exports to continent 45
Stock this day 97144
Stock this da last vear 149518
Galvesto. July 15. The following
aiethe clos'ng quotations for spot cotton
to-dav at the leading markets together with
the closing for middling Saturday with
Firm . .
Firm . .
Baltimore . .
Firm . .
Firm . .
Firm . .
11 9 16
GKAin AND PROVISION MARKETS.
CincAoo. 111.. Julv 15. Wheat A mou
erale business was transacted at weak and
lower prices. The opening was to lc lower
than yesterday's closing rallied c again
became weak selling off to c or the
inside price of the day and closed about lc
lower for August lc lower for September
anu iyec lower lor uecemuer tnon tue clos-
ing figures yesterday.
Corn The volume of business transacted
was immense. The feeling developed was
weaker and lower prices were as a rule for
futures. The market opened to c. under
the closing yesterday; rallied selling up
to c; ruled steady and closed to c.
lower than yesterday.
Pork Market dull and weaker. An un-
settled feeling prevailed. Prices declined
20 to 25c on near and 5 to 10 on more de-
ferred deliveries and the market closed
Lard Less interest was manifested and
prices declined about 2Uc and closed quiet.
Ribs An easier feeling prevailed and
prices declined 5 to 7c and closed steady.
Leading futures closed Wheat July
86Jic: August 87c; September 88c.
Corn July 37c; August ZPAo; Sep-
Mess pork July 11.70 August; 11.05;
Lard July 5.82; August 5.87; Sep-
Short ribs July 5.05; August 5.15;
Cash quotations were:
Flour -Unchanged. '
Wheat No. 2 spring 86c.
Corn No. 237c.
Mess pork 11.85.
Biiort ribs Sides loose 5.05 to 5.10.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed 5.20 to 5.25.
Short clear sides Boxed 5.45 to 5.50.
New York July 15. Flour Dull and
Wheat Spot quiet & to lc lower closing
easy. No. 2 red 94c; options to lc
off closing barely steady. July 94J4c;
August 93c; September 93c
Com Market untetiled lower closing
firm. No. 2. 43J4 to 43c; options i to
c down closing firm. July43c; August
41c; September ii'c.
Coffee Options opened unchanged to 5
points up; sales 23000 bugs; including July
17.10 to 17.15; .August 17.00; September
16.45 to 16.50; spot Rio steady quiet;
fair cargoes SO; tNo 7 fiat bean 18J4 to
Sugar Raw fuirly active firm; refined
linn fairlv active; clarified 5 to 5:Xj;
extra clarified 9 1-16 to 9 11-16; white extra
clarified 554c ; yellow 4 to !.
nice steady ana uncuangeu uomestic
5c; Japan 5Jc to 6c.
Kansas City. Mo. Julv 15. Wheat Mar
ket weaker. No. 2 red cash 81e.
Corn Marketstronger. No. 2 cash 3ic.
New Orleans July 15. Coffee 19 to
Whisky Steady ; western rectified 109.
St. Louis Mo. July 15. Flour Quiet
Wheat received little attention niaiontv
of traders being attracted by excitement in
corn. Feeling was decidedly weoker and
Julv an December closed -Kc and August
1 to" lc lowpr than yesterday. No. 2 cash
88to8KJ4c; August closed 87 asked;
September 88c bid; December 90e.
Corn Market opened at a decline of
to lo subsequently declined to c
further but rallied to c eased off again
bat stiffened late and closed firm though
l4 to lc below yesterday. No2 cash
3(Wc; August closed 35c bid; September
tjorn meal .Market nrm ana unchanged
at 2.15 to 2.2S.
Whisky Steady at 1.10.
Provisions Firm bat quiet.
Pork -11.25 to 11.50.
Lard Butcher grades 5.50; straight
prime steam 5.65.
Dry Salteu Meats snouuiers boxed
5.50; longs 5.25; ribs 5.30; short clear
Bacon Quiet but grm. Boxed shoulders.
5 b'lxA to 5.75; longs and ribs. 5.30 to
5.85; short clear 5.90; hams 10.00 to
Kansas City. Mo. July 15. The Live
Stock Indicator reports:
Cattle Receipts 8i00; shipments 52W.
Market . Steers 3.25 to 4.30;
stockers and feeders. 2.60 to 3.50; range
steers and cows 1.50 to 2.90.
IIoiss Receipts 16100; shipments 900.
Market Uglier; all grades; 3.52 to 3.82.
Sheep Keceipts lioo; snipiuents. .'oou.
Market steady; lambs 5.00 to 5.50; good
to choice muttons 4.25 to 4..j0; stockers
and feeders 3.00 to 3.25.
St. Lofts Mo. July 15. CatMe receipts
3000; shipi tents . Market strong.
Good to fancy native steers 4.25 to
4.60; stockers and feeders. 2.10 to 3.40;
Texans and Indians 2.20 to 3 40.
Hogs Receipts 5100; shipments 1200.
Marketstronger. Prices range 3.60 to 3.80.
Sheen Keceipts 4600; shipments. 1200.
Market steady. Fair to choice 3.80 to 4.60.
Chicago 111. July 15. Drovers' Journal
Cattle Keceipts euw snipments aouu;
Market strong. Beeves 4.50 to 4.15; stock
ers and feeders 2.25 to 3.60: Texas cattle
2.40 to 3.60; steers 3 50 to 4.50; bulls and
Hoks Receipts 15.100; shipments. 3700.
Market slow and lower. Prices range 3.00
Sheep Receipts 3000; shipments. ICO0;
Market steadv. Natives 3.60 to 5.25: West
ern 3.90 to 4.85; lambs 5.10 to 6.05.
Beecham's Pills cure bilious and nervous
WOOL MASK GTS.
Galveston.T Julv 15.- Wool Scoured
firm and unchanged; 12 months clip
aa mio mo; a f to 55c: No. 1 50
to 52c; spring six and eight months: XX
52 to 51c; X 50 to 52c; No. 1 48c. Sales
ITnsennrpri TTirm on.l innknnn..l . A
sales. Spring twelve months' clip: Fine 18
to 20c medium 20 to 22c. Fall wool
six ana eigut montbs: Fine 18 to 20c;
medium 20 to 21c; Mexican improved.
JU w iqc; jiexican carpet 12$ to 14c.
St. Louis July 15. Wool Receipts 110
876 pounds. Offerings liirut demand fair.
Market steady and unchanged. Un-
wasned bright medium. 19 to 23Wrv
coarse braid 14 to 22c; low sandv
11 tolSc; fine light 16 to 21c; fine heavy
11 to 19c: tub washed choice 35 to 35c;
interior ou 10 ooc.
UALVKSTON HUUAfi MARKET.
Galveston. .Inlv ir Qo.r ....
steady as revised. New York standard
granuiaieu tc; confectioners' A 6c;
crushed and cut loaf 7c; cubes 6c;
powdered 7c; Louisiana granulated
Louisiana off white 6 to 6'4c; choice to
fancyfaud clarified 5c; prime vellow
clarified 5o ; oil yellow clarified 5 to
5 l4c; choice seconds 6c; prime seconds.
"'("i ocuouua Dc wnoiesaie grocers
quotations. to a higher. Grades
uuiiLLcu iiui in iuis marKet.
GALVESTON COFFEE MARKET.
- Galveston July. 15. Market steady and
unchanged. Cati'ee Ordinary 18 tol8ic;
good ordinary 18' to 18c; (air 20c;
pnuio iuju. uuuiuu zi io aiJiC.
AISTIN PRICE CURRENT
Following are quotations for wholesale
rates unless otherwise specified :
APPLES Green barrel none in mar-
BACON Breakfast 9J410cj long clear
BANANAS Per buuch packed 2.00
BUTTER Countrv fresh from wagon
1012Kc: from store 1520; Kansas cream
CANE SEED 80c1.00
CANNED GOODS Per doz. peaches
Standard lbs.. 1.60; strawberries 2 lbs. 1.35;
blackberries lbs 90c1.00; tomatoes 2 lbs.
8090c. ' '
CHEESE Full cream 11 Uc; young
CHICKENS 1.752.00 from wagon ;from
CORN Sacked from store 4755c.
COFFEE Rio 2023'c.
CORN MEAL Sacked from store. 45ra
COAI Anthracite y ton delivered.
12.50: Colorado. 7.50.
COTTON SEED Per bushel. 1520c.
DRUGS (job prices Mornhine. Tier r7..
3.35; opium per lb 4.75; calomel per lb
1.10; quinine per oz.55c; assafaetila. per
lb 20c; castor oil per gal. 1.50; turpentine
per gai. ooc; iiuseea on per gal. 70c;
epsom salts per lb 5c ; gum camphor per
lb 43c; sulphur per lb 5c; laudanum per
DRY GOODS Dress prints 56c;
standard plaids 6$6; light brown do
mestic. 4-4 5c; medium do. 4-4 67c;
heavy do. 4-4 7J8c; bleached do.. 4-4
87c; heavy do. 99Kc; brown drilling
7X8Kc; Alabama plaids 7c; brown duck
ing 913c: jeans cotton 12J15c; ao-
all wool 2235c: mattress ticking 7(
8c; feather do.. 1215c; hickory do.. 8
11c; ginghams 71Ai2c; brown cotton
67Jc; cambric 546c.
EGGS Fresh yard from wagon 12c;
FLOUR Best 5.256.00.
H ARDWA R E Iron per pound 3Vc :stee
plow io ; do. cast 12c ; nails per keg
2.90; do. horseshoe. Clinton per box Nos.
6 to 8. S3.00: do. Ausable No. 7 $4.50; wire
barbed painted $3.80; galvanized 4.40;
smooth Nos. 6 to 9 $4.35; do black $3.5C.
HIDES Prime. Mints 810c; dry salts
45c ; wet salts 34c.
HAMS Sugar cured HKl2c.
HAY Bottom loose 12.00; haled 14.00
15.00; prairie hay 7.0010.00.
HOMINY Per bbl.. 3.50.
LARD Tierce d6lAo.
LIQUORS Sour mash whiskv from
three to eight years old 1.754.00; sweet
masb Kentucky goods two to seven year
old 1.753.00. Wines imported ports 1.75
3.25: sherries 2.003.50; California wines
1.002.25. according to age.
LEMONS Per box. 8.009.00.
LIVESTOCK Cornfed cattle none oft".'
ered ; grass $2.00 per 100 lbs. ; yearlings
per head $5.00; hogs on hoof 2c; sheep
LUMBER AND SHINGLES (Retai
price Texas and Louisiana pine R.. No 1
18.00 ;Texas and Louisiana pine K. all
heart 25.0030.00: Texas and Louisiana
pine R No. 2 15.00; Texas weatherboards
23.00; Texas beaded ceiling 23.00; Texas
beaded ceiling 25.00 F. & G. flooring
1x6. 25.00: F. & G. flooring 1x3 or 4. 27.50;
F. & G. Mooring 1x3 or 430.00; California
weather-boards. 25.00; dressed 1x2 sides
23.00; dressed 3x4 sides. 25.00; extra widths
from 25.00 to 30.00; cypress lumber differ-
ent widths 45.00 to 50.00: white pine 80.00;
shingles 4.505.005.50 per M.; laths
per M. 3.50; cedar posts 15c.
MOLASSES Louisiana 3450c; drir-s
OATS Sacked from store 4750c.
ONIONS Per lb.. 4o.
ORANGES Per single box 4.75.
PECANS None in market.
ROPE One-hiilfineh ana 'ipwards13c.
SUGAR A 77'Xc: granulated. 7!4c;
cut Jloaf 8jc; yellow clarified 6J47Kc
TEA Imperial $ lb25iffl6oc; gunpowder
TURKEYS 50060c from wagon
lie Got Ills $15000.
If. Will...... U ..... .Un n..r.ll.mk
Ul. 11111.1111 11. lUmpc but? "WMlrttl
who recently wmi $10i 00 in the drawing of
the Louisiana Suite Lottery company re-
ceived the money last Saturday. Mr. Shupe
ma bin vn.ci wiiipnit. ...... -
prompt in sending the money and looked
after its transportation with as keen an
interest as he would nimseit. tor an ot
which he feels thankful. He held the one-
twentieth of ticket No. 21303 which drew
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From the Nashville American.
When the president of the United
States attached his signature to the
bill admitting Wyoming into the sis-
terhood of American States he added
another disgrace and tainted with
another insult the national rlaic. Only
one week lefore Idaho was admitted
and a similar crime had been com-
mitted. There is no duty in anything
else than admitting qualified terri
tories into btafehood but there is
nothing thort of a crime in bringing
in half grown boroughs when they are
not eligible in any of the par
ticulars which have heretofore
guided our lawmakers in making
such admissions. Both Idaho and
Wyoming have together not more
than sufficient population to elect a
single congressman and yet in order
to strengthen the Eepublican party
they have been dragged into the
Union in order to add four senators
and two members of congress and six
votes to the Eepublican side of the
electoral college. In evidence of this
fact the same Eepublican congress re-
fused absolutely to consider the claims
of Arizona New Mexico and Utah
when all three have larger populations
respectively than Idaho aud Wyo-
ming and when all three are knock-
ing loudly for admission.
These admissions of such territor-
ies are but few of the long list of
crimes which the party in power has
committed and for which the Ameri
can people propose to hold it respon-
sible. STHE LIT1IG BAKRE VE.
A Most Enjoyable Affair Yesterday Bt Which
AVere Present a Large Crowd.
The barbecue and picnic held yes-
terday at Littig was probably the best
arranged and most thoroughly enjoy-
ed affair of its kind held this year.
The fact is that the programpie and
its rendering could not be surpassed.
The gathering wa9 purely social and
not in any way political.
The arrangements were placed in
the hands of intelligent and compe-
tent committees who did their work
in a manner worthy of all praise. The
work of entertaining their iguests was
not however confined to the regular-
ly appointed committees as every one
seemed to appoint himself or herself
a committee of one for the purpose of
seeing all iitors were having a good
A most excellent and abundant
meal was spread which was thor-
oughly appreciated by all. It is
rather a difficult task to accurately es-
timate the crowd at such a gathering
but a fair count would put the number
at 700. During the day speeches were J
made byMr.Ueo. S. V alton candidate
for county attorniy and Mr. Geo. W.
Walling cancidate for representative.
Nearly all of the candidates for county
offices were seen on the ground3.
The committee of arrangements
consisted of Messrs. Wm McKenzie
Sr. 1). H. Williams J W. PeJdie J.
J. Freiich and Thos. Godly while the
finance committee was composed of
Messrs. Thos. Mehring Jas. Osoorne
Wm Eomaine Jas. McKenzie and
Wm E. Drake.
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sures even speed. This feature Is peculiar to
this make of Gin and is used on co other. Are
FI LLY OIMK INTKKI) and Are Delivered
I KKE OF FUKIUIIT at any R. R. Station or
the landing of any Regular Steamboat Line la
the South. If we have no Agent near you
address the General Southern Agent
r-HWary Secondary or Tertiary permanently cnreU
m 34 to DO days. We eliminate all poion from the
6) stem so that there can never be a return of the dis-
ease In any form. Parties can be treated at home (for
"hLtfiflf y e"'1" expense of coming railroad fare .
n.teib"'8VW?.chollene the world for acasewe 1
rvi;; i ui;'"1"" lna PTr. Address
COOK REMEDY CO. Omaha Xei
Onr Olllce l Opposite ir. S. Post Offlca
and we can secure patent in It s time and
at less cost than those remote from Wash-
ington. Semi model drawing or photo with des-
cription. We advise if patentable or not
tree of charge. Our fee not due till patent
Caveats and Trade marks obtained and
ad Patent business conducted for Moderate
A Little Bonk ''How to Obtain Patents"
with names of actual clients in vonr State
county or town sent free. Address
C. A. Snow Co
PATENT OFFICE WASHINGTON D. C
C JIiE t8" "J yi Hiolr Effect
rsH $mi mam
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