The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 133, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 12, 1875 Page: 3 of 4
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WEEKLY * REVIEW.
GALVESTON, TEXAS, )
Friday Evbniko, June 11,1s75. |
The country advices from all portions of the
State Rive good accounts of tho crop®. In
most sections, indeed, the prospect is repre-
sented to be about as good as it oould be at
this season of the year. The favorable
weather of the past fortnight has given an
impetus to the growth which has done not a
little toward repairing tho backwardness of
the season heretofore. Cotton bolls are abun-
dant in most sections, and corn ia laid by.
Tho wheat crop of Northern and Central
Texas is turning out well—fully up to expec-
tation, it is said.
The crop prospect in other sections of the
South is also represented to be very favor-
able. Tho New Orleans Price Current of the
fth instant contains the following:
Tite Prospect.—Everything at present in
dicatee a gradual and healthy revival of tho
general industry of the country, but more
particularly of the t-outh; this section having
been the most depressed, is naturally the
first to feel the slight revival of better times,
which, in the Wofrtern and Northwestern
States, is hardly noticed. But not alone does
the South feel the chango for a better future
keener than the rest of the country, her pros-
pects sre really brighter than those of ?ome
of her sister States. Never since the war
hava crop prospects boon so encouraging—
and thou we have no grafshoppers; never in
the history of this country have the Southern
planters made such an effort to become at
least partially independent of Western food
crops as this season; all accounts tell of an
increase of corn, of wheat ready for the har-
vester, of oats, rye and root crops in abund-
ance. Hogs also are not neglected, and live
stock of a'l descriptions comes in for a share
t)f the husbandman's care.
Then, again, manufactures are langnishingin
the Eastern and Northern States profits have
dwindled to nothing, or have been turned in-
to a deficit; the mill owner naturally inquires
into the best method to rebuild his fallen for-
tunes and the most plausible one that pre-
sents itself is, to reduce the cost of manufac-
ture. Hut how can this be done t Labor is
a'ready so low that the wages paid barely
si.pporr the factory hands and their fatnil es
in the cheapest possible manner, and there
appears no other remedy. The mill owners
are, however, about to answer their own in-
quiry by, moving the factory nearer the cot
ton fields, so as ta«ave the expenses of freight
and handling while their raw material is iu
transit. The consummation of this move will
bring capital and an increased demand for all
the sundry crops the Southern farmer can
ra so. Our prospect indeed looks bright.
Tho fet. Louis Trade Journal again adverts
to tho difficulties besetting St. Louis cotton
statistics. It says:
How would It do for the officers of tho St.
Louis Cotton Exchange to examine and com-
pare their receipts of cotton with those of the
Merchants' Exchange, and learn the cause of
the discrepancy? It may bo a matter of small
moment to the officers of the Cotton Exchange
to know that the books of the Merchants' Ex-
change showed receipts since September 1st,
1K71, Wednesday, of 2254 bales more than was
shown by the records of the Cotton Exchange;
but if the latter desires the support of the
larger body it might be well to drop the hap-
hazard style of doing business and adopt more
St. Louis had better take our advice: give
up cotton, which is too much for its faculties*
and spread itself upon sowbelly, for which it
ha* both a weakness and a talent.
The New York Bull ft in of the 7th refers to
the heaviest cotton shipment of the year as
heavy cotton shipments.
The ship WilliamTapscott, Captain Morgan,
sailed for Liverpool on Saturday, from Pier
No. 53, North River, taking out a cargo con-
Fisting of 6159 bales of cotton, which is the
largest cargo of this staple ever takon from
any port in the United Scatea, with a single
exoeptioA. The instance excepted is the
cargo of the ship Ocean Monarch, a vessel of
larger tonnage. Within ten days, several
other large cargoes have gone out, all loaded
at ihe Empire Cotton Press, viz: Niagara.
5358 bales; Metcalf, 4331 bales; Bertaux, 3520
During the w6ek just ended our local mar-
ket has beon a dull one in most departments,
with declines in most of them.
Our loading staplo has dragged down stead-
ily, iu sympathy with other markets,'foreign
and domestic, and shows a decline of more
than since our last review. The demand
in still inadequate, and the movement dis_
tresslngly slow, even at the gradually shrink,
in** values. The week's receipts are quite
ample fo.* the soason, and are In decided con"
trastwith last week's small aggregate. For
the first time of late the week's receipts at all
ports shoW an excess over both last week and
tho corresponding week last year The week's
exports to (ireat Britain have boon : From
New Orleans, 3980; Mobile,1332; Savannah,1902;
Charleston, 4871; New York, 14,069 ; and other
jorts, 1001. To France : From Hew Orleans'
•Jilt) ; New York, 1015; and other ports, 289.
To the channel ports : From Galveston, 583.
During the week there has been no change
in our market for freight, exchange and spe-
cie. Coffee has declined )(c. and is very quiet
ab. thocloso. Lard has declined VfO-, and so
has breakfast bacon—other hog products re-
maining unchanged. Hides have been very
quiet tho whole week, with little or no change
in price*. Wool has weakened decidedly, and
prices have given way fully 2c. since last Fri-
day, with a very easy feeling in to day's mar-
ket. Burry wool is almost unsaleable, and
priccs of such are entirely nominal. Whisky
is stronger but hardly quotably higher, and
flour has advanced 50c. $1 barrel.
Among our cotton people the theme of dis-
cussion is still the new rules passed by the
Cotton Exchange and publiahed in this col-
umn of yesterday's issue. The document
wi>l reappear in our weelly edition, aud we
commeud lc to the careful perusal of our in-
terior frionds. We believe the measure
fr.-iught with unqualified good for the cotton
producer, and that it will afford him a de-
gree of protection in his rights of property
Receipts of Interior Produce for
Tiui Week Ending June 11,1875.;
This Last Since
Hea Island Cotton, sks
Hides, dry, bains
14 id«s, loose
Lime, earn .
Cotton seed oil, bbls...
Cotton s'd oile'ke, pkgs
Syrup, half bbls
iMrOUTS KTtOM FOREIGN PORTA
Imports Coastwise,. Week Ending
Coffee, sacks 240
Meal, barrels 380
Cheese, packages 020
Hay, bales 211
Lard, tierces 104
Lard, kegs 511
Molasses, barrels 153
Molasses, kegs .. 4SI
llama, tierces 153
Sugar, hogsheads 95
Sugar, bbls 561
Rosin, barrels... 27
Tobacco, packages 1,082
Whisky, bbls 388
Cotton ties, bdla ——
Flour, bbls 492
Bacon, casks 93
the GALVESTON MARKET.
The market has been doll and drooping all
the week. On Saturday, Wednesday and Fri-
day there were successive declines—Kc. on
each—making a decline for the week of ?£c. on
all grades except Good Middling, which has
Sales for the respective days have been; Sat-
urday 100, Monday 127, Tuesday 430, Wednes-
day 125, Thursday 22 and Friday 222, aggre-
gating for the week 1026, against 3287 last
week and 2183 the week before, and making
a total since August 31st of 272,600.
For to-day the Cotton Exchange quotes the
market 44 nominal," at >fc. decline on a'l
grades, with* sales of 222 bales.
Good Ordinary ....
During the week all the home markets have
decHned-7-Now York ?«c.; Boston and Charles
ton *c ; New Orleans, Mobile and Savannah
*c. For the week the New York sales have
been 3593 to exporters, 1836 to spinners, and
135 to speculators, aggregating 5494, against
6624 last week, and 6387 the weak-before. To-
day's closing quotations at the port markets
are as follows:
G. O. L. M. Mid
New Orleans.... 13* 11* 15
THE NEW YORK MARKET FOR FUTURES.
The market for fnture deliveries has tend-
ed downward the entire week, and the de-
cline amounts to an average of *@*0. on all
months rangiog through the* coming year.
Sales for the week have been large, amount-
ing to 262,200 bales, against 162,500 last week,
and 216,710 the week before.
To-day's market shows a decline of )«@*c.
below yesterday's prices, closing easy, with
sales of 56,800 bales.
It will be kept In mind that sales up to Au-
gust inclusive are on old classification, and
basis Low Middling, while those for later
months are on new class ill cation, and basis
closing quotations for futures.
New York 14*
Boston ,... 14*
Endino June 11, 1875.
This Last Since
Articles, Week. Week. Sep. 1
Cotton tics, bdls —• 52,409
Merchandise, cases,,.. 1,940
Bricks, fire 9,500
Oranges —» 55,400
Honey, pkga —— 166
Earthenware, crates... —- 428
Bricks . 59,400
Brandy, pkgs 378
Salt, sacks —— — 70,701
Siiliar, i>k«s 994
Molasses, pkgs 1,281
Coffee, sack8 47,340
Hauauas, bunchcs 13,394
Exports to Foreign Ports for Week
Ending June 11,1875.
Artlolt'R. Thls L,,Bt sll>ce
Articles. Week Week 8ept. 1.
Lumber, feet 45,00# 307,961
Shingles, pkgs • 393
Tallow, pxgs —— 1,020
Cattle 202 . 3,482
S*a Island cotton, sks . — 84
Hides, dry, bales 4 83
Hides, wet salted bdls.. —4 1,490
Cotton sued o. cake. pgs. —* 10,933
Cotton seed oil, bbls... — — 991
Beef, tierces —4 1,931
Beef, cases — 4,466
Salt, sacks —• 1»124
Bone duit, barrels. . — 59
Exporto to Coastwise Ports for
Week Ending June 11,1875.
This Last since
Week Week Sep
327 654 5,585
104 15# 6,075
603 750 30,033
305 420 9,122
5 • 825
Hides, dry, bales
Hides, w. s. bdls
Cottou seed ojl, bbls..
Live Oak, pieces....*.
June 15 9-32
July 15 9-32
August 15 13-32
September 15 9-32
October 15 1-32
November 14 15-16
December 14 15-16
J anuary 15 1-32
February 15 7-32
May 15 13-16
THE LIVERPOOL MARKET.
Cotton on the spot has been dull and de-
pressed all the week, with a constant down-
ward tendency. The decline has been 1 16d.
each on Saturday, Wednesday and Friday,
making a total decline for the week of 3-16d.
To-day's market is reported dull and de-
pressed at l-16d. decline on both spots and ar-
rivals, with sales of 8000 bales—4000 American
aud 1000 to exporters and speculators,
closing quotations for 8pots.
Spot. This Last T^eek
Week. Week. Previous.
Middling Uplands 7* 7 13-16 7*
Middling Orleans. 7 13-16 8 8 1-16
Arrivals and future deliveries have relapsed
neavily, the week's decline amounting to ful-
ly *d. To-day's market closes depressed,
with l-16d. decline below yesterday'f prices.
quotations for arrivals and future de-
(Basis Middling, not below Low Middling)
This Last Week
Week. Week. Prey.
June Del., Upl 7 7-16
Jate-JulyDel., Upl... 7 7-16
July-August Del.. Upl 7*
Aug-Sept Del., Upl.. 7* 7Jf
Sept.-Oct. DeL, Upl...
New Crop Ship., Upl.. 7* 8
We append the week's Liverpool movement
In comparison with that of corresponding
week last year:
Liverpool Weekly Statement.
Exports from all u. S. Ports.
To Great Britain. 27.235
To France 2,385
To Continent 3,350
To Channel ports. 583
Total 33,553 2.512,024 2,678,082
Stocks at all U. S. Ports.
To-day. Last this day,
New Orleans 58,362
New York ..133 857
Other Ports....... 35,350
Total... 266,654 296,321 271,411
Movement at all U. S. Ports Since
To Friday. Thl3 year. Last year.
Stockbeginn'g season. 106.555 90,989
Receipts to date....... 3,416,148 3,691,778
Aggregate supply.. . 3,582,703
Foreign exports 2,512,024 2,678,0?6
Stock this day ... 266,654 274,411
Balance to spinners.... 744,025 830,270
Movement at Interior Towns.
This Last This w'k Week
Week. Week. Last y'r. later
Receipts.. 1,*W 1,749 2,572 2,124
Shipments 7,294 7,190 6,493 7,"49
Stock.... .29,891 35,591 51,202 46,381
Week ftnding June 4. This year. Last year
Receipts.. 68,000 50,(J00
Exports to Great Britain. 26,000 34,000
Exports to Continent 6,000 23,000
Total to Europe. 32,000 57,000
Afloat in harbor 75,000 79,000
Totals since Jan. 1:
Receipts 1,119,000 1,131,000
Exports to Gr't Britain. 591,000 612.000
Exports to Continent... 384,000 314,000
Total to Europe 975,000 926,0^0
[New York Chronicle.]
Jane 4, 1875, was 2,710,020
Same date last year 2,872,300
Same date year before 2,719,948
These fignroe indicate a decrease in tho
cotton in sight last Friday of 162,280 bales, as
compared with tho game date of 1874, and a
decrease of 39,928 bales as compared with the
corresponding date of 1873.
Bv Steam — Cotton — To Liverpool direct,
9-10d.: to Liverpool via New York, 9-16d;
to New York, *c; to Eoston, Providence,
Philadelphia aud Fail River, via New
Hides—'To New York, baled Jfc.; wet salted
*c.; loose dry, *0.^ 2>; to Boston, *c. ad-
Wool—To New York, V lb. lc.; to Boston, l*c.
No sail vessel on the berth.
Exchange, Gold and Silver.
SterJing, #0 days 558 Nominal.
Hew York sight * prem. * prem.
New Orleans sight par. * prem.
Gold 116 117
Silver 108* 109*
Closing gold rate in N. Y 116J* 116&
Closing gold rato in N. O. 116?i 116* »
Com'cl sterling in N. Y... 485* 485*
Com'cl sterling in N. O.. 566* 565*
THE GENERAL MARKET.
Quotations represent easTi prices for large
lots, and cure not applicable to small orders.
Bacon—Quiet and unchanged. Clear sides
14*c. ; clear rib 13*c. ; shoulders 10*c. ;
breakfast bacon 14*c.; sugar cured hams-
choice 14*c.. second quality 13*c.
Bran—Dull and unchanged. Selling at
$14o<aa 60 $ cwt.
Coffee—Stock in importers1 hands, 3400
sacks. Sales this week by importers, 750. Mar-
ket quiet, but steady. In gold for round lots:
Fair 1,8c.; good, 18*c.; prime, 19*c.; choice,
20*c. Dealers gell at about lc. advance on
Corn—Steady. Texas in job lots 80<a
90c. per bushel. Selling from store at 95c.©
$1 05 for Texas, and $1 10®1 15 for Western.
Corn IWLeal—Steady; prices firm. Sell-
ing at $5 00&5 25 per barrel.
Egffs — Dull; selling at 13®lie. per doz.
•for patent boxes. Packed in moss5c. less.
Packed in cotton seed nqminal. Receipts
ample, of which a large per centage are in bad
Hide*—Easy but unchanged. Dry flint,
as they run, 13*@14e; selected, 16*c.;
kips, calves and stack salted, one-third
off; damaged and glue stock, one-half off ;
light salted sold as flint, with allowance for
salt; wet salted selected, 7*c.; cuts and
grubs, 5*c.; butchers' green, 7c.; cuts and
Lard—Dull and unchanged. Refined tierces
lti*c.; half barrels I6*c.: kegs 17*c. Pack-
er^ tierces, 15*(&15*c.; kegs, 17c.
ady. Western selling
Week ending Thursday. This Year | Last Year
! » »
To the trade
Of other sorts
Forw'd from ships' side
Total since August 31..
Elate of Discount
Bank of England
THE HAVRE MARKET.
This market has declihed 1 franc during the
week, on both spots and afloats, but at the
close to-day U reported dnll and tending
down at the reduced figures.
Francs—Per 50 kilogrammes or 119* IDs.
This Last Week
Class. Week. Week. Previous.
Tres Ordinaire (spot) 91 95 i 96
Low Middling (afloat) 94 95 06
THE MANCHESTER MARKET.
Dispatches to the Cotton Exchango havo
been as follows;
Taesday, June 8.—Yarns and fabrics dull
but not lower.
Friday, June 11.—Yarns and fabtics dull
and tending down.
Gross receipts. ...
Exp. to G. Brit'n ..
Exp. to France..«.
Exp. to Contin't . .-
Exp. to Channel...
Total For. ports...
Exp. to N. York...
Exp. to N. Orl's...
Kxp. to other U.
Tot. Coast'e Ex....
Last This d'y
Friday last yr.
Stock 16,709 17,865 7,271
Sources op Galveston Receipts.
Received from ' . Year
.... .*49,998 361,939
... 39,252 37,Tfc
Galveston consignment 310,746 ' 324,217
Exports from Galveston this Week.
June 7—S. 8. Geo. W. Clyde, New York.. 1,404
June 7—S. 8. Harlan, New Orleans.. i... 8
June 8— Brig Leopoldine,Cork for orders 583
June 8— 8. S. Josephine, New Orleans. . 30
Total this week
Net Receipts at all U
Galveston .. .
New York ....
New Orleans ..
W,ta4 12,418 18,461
at all IT. 8. Ports.
This Year., List Year.
. ... 38,077
Total .8,416,140 3,691,778
at 85®86c. per bushel.
Onlona-Dull and unchanged. Western
nominal. Northern 93 75<&4 25 y barrel.
Potatoes-DulL Selling at $3 75<&4 00
for Northern. New Southern $4 50. Sweet
potatoes 75c. per bushel.
Poultry —Receipts moderate and prices
easy. Chickens, young, $3 00; grown, S4 25
,4 50 ^ dozen. Turkeys flO 00<&12 00. Ducks
. t 50 ©4 00 V dozen. Geese S4 50<a5 CO. Part-
ridges $1 25.
Wool—Spring clip, free of burs—Medium,
24®25c.; very long, bright and lofty, 27@28c.;
Mexican, 17^21c. Market easier and lower.
Sales this week 22,800 pounds.
BUtfiaff Stall—Bagging: Heavy brand
of domestic firm at 15c.; light domestic
14)^c.; India, in bales, 11c. Twine, 16j. Ties
5c. lb. net
Beeswax-Prices are steady at 25®26c.
for prime yellow, with light receipts and not
Belting, Rubber—Sold according to list
with 26 per cent off.
Butter—Stock ample, but prices drooping;
choice 28®32c.; fair 23®25c.; ordinary 15®
20c. Western and Kansas City, choice 18®
23c. Texas—receipts moderate and prices
quietrat 18® 20c.
Handles—Market quiet but steady. Fa-
vorite brands m%c. for round lots. Parafflne
Candy—Fair demand. Assorted stick
15® 16c.; fancy 18®20c.; rock 20c.; cream 18®
20o.; gum drops 25®30o.; maple sugar 20;
Can Goods-Per dozen cans: Peaches,
21b, $2 50®2 55; strawberries, 2 lt>, $2 65®2 75;
pine apples, 2 lb, $2 40®2 50; Damsons, $2 25;
oysters, 2 lb full weight, $1 75; oysters, 1 tt>
full weight, 91 10: corn, 2 fc, $2 25®2 50; to-
matoes. 2 fi>. f 1 40®1 50.
Cheese -Western factorv. 17X®18c.; New
York State, 15® 16c.; English Dairy, I8c.
Cordage-Sisal, ample "supply? fair de-
mand ; selling at 12^®13a. per pound for all
sizes. Manilla, moderate supply, limited de-
mand; selling at 17%c. for all sizes.
Crackers—In fair demand. Soda 5#c.;
cream and ginger llXc.
Drugs—Acid Citric fl 40; Acetic No 815c;
Tartaric 60c.; Oxalic 20c.: sulpuiic In caL-
boys 4,%c.; C. P. 40c. Aloes cap. 10c.; Aloes so
cet 60. Alcohol $2 30. Alum 5. Ammonia Aqua,
3 F, 10c.; Ammonia, spirits Arom, 48c. Arsenic,
common powdered, 7%c. Bismuth, sub-
nitrate, $2 10. Blue Vitriol, 12c. Borax, re-
fined, 16c. Caustic, lunar, pure, $1 15. Chlo-
roform SI 15. Copperas 3c. Calomel, English,
$2 75; American ®2 00; Stock $1 60. Cinna-
mon Bark 35®60c. Cream Tartar, pure, 48®
50c.; Grocery 25®40c. Chloral Hydrat 25®
28c. Morphine, sulph., f5 75, Logwood Ex-
tract 18c. Gum Assatoedita, 21c. Gum Cam
phor 30®35c. Gum Opium $10 00. Hops
(1874) 66c. Quinine 82 30
Flail—Mackerel barrels, No. 2, $12 50® 13;
half-barrels. No. 1, $7 50®8 00; No. 2, $6 50®
7 00; Kits, No. 1, $1 90®2 10: No. 2, f 1 50®
1 60; Herrings, Dutch, $1 75®1 90 per keg;
dried No. 1, 55®60c.; No. 2, 60®65c. per box;
Codfteh, quarter boxes, $1 75®1 90; half
boxes, $3 50®3 75; 100 pound boxes 7%c. per
Flour—Firm; treble extra, f7 00®7 25:
choice family, $8 00®8 25.
Frultj Fresh — Lemons — supply fair.
Messina $6 50®7 00 per box. Apples steady;
Northern *6 50®7 00. Oranges, Sicily, $4 00®
6 00 per box: Havana, $9 (J0®10 00 per bbl.
Cocoanuts $6 00 per 100.
Fruit* Bried—Raisins, Layers K box
S3 25®3 50; Figs V B>, 15®20c.; Prunes,
none; Currants, Zante, ^ lb, 10®
12c.; Apples, dried, per pound. 9® 10c.;
Citron, 35®40c.; Almonds, soft shell, 24®
26c.; hard shell, 23®25c.; Filberts, 15c.; Pe-
cans; 6®7c.; Brazil nuts. 15c.
Glass Goods-Per dozen, in cases—
Brandv Cherries, S3 50; Brandy Peaches.
S3 50; Pickles, gallon, $5 25®5J 50; do.
half gallon, S3 50®3 65; do. quarts, $2 50®2
65; do. pints, Si 25® 1 35.
Hardware—Axes, per doz., Collins7 Ken
tucky light, S12 00; medium, S12 50; heavy,
Hoes—Per dozen, planters A. B. No. 0, $6 50:
No. 1, 17 00; No. 2, $750: No. 3> $8 00. H. B. No.
0, ib 50; No. 1, $7; No. 2, $7 50; No. 3, $8.
Caims—Trace, per pair, 6^, 10, 3, «5c.; 6*
10,2, TOc.; 6>f, 10,1785c.; Oi, lAc.
Nails—Are easy. Quotations are as fol-
lows: lOd. S3 75; 8d. $4 00; 6d. *4 35; 4d. and
5d. J4 75. Flooring, casing and boxing 75c.
advance on above. Finishing %1 00 advance.
Iron— Per pound, cemmon bar, ix&So.;
band, 6@0Xc.; hoop, 7@8Wc.; Bheet, common,
7c.; R. «., 8c.; galv., 17c.; Russia, 80c.; imita-
tion Eussia, He; fclow slabs, 6)tfc.; naii rods,
10c.; axles, 8)£@9)£c.; horse shoes, Burden's
$7 mule shoes, ®S.
Uastehss — Hollow ware, etc., BXc.j sad
Cof-vee Mills—Per dozen. Parker's No SO
$5. No. 60, JS; No. 70, »7 80, with 10 per cent,
Meat census—Per dozen. Woodruff's No.
100. $15; No. 150, $18, with 10 per cent. off.
Hay—Steady. Western $34 00@38 00 per
ton for choice Timothy Northern $21 OOffi
Leather—Best Louisville and Cincinnati
Oak Sole Leather 42c. &>; do. second quality
40e; do. fair saddle skirting 44c; do. oak har-
ness leather 41c; do. second grade do. 38c; do.
black bridle do. 50c: do. fair bridle do. 55c.
Lumber—The demand is good and stocks
ample. Bough Yellow Pine, $24 ; second
quality $20; Dressed Weatherboards $25
47.28; Surfaced Boards $252,28; Ceiling, $20
®25; Flooring $25(^30: Cypress lumbar by the
cargo, *25@a0; Ash, $40. Shingles $4&5 oo
by snuJl lots; $3®3 50 by cargo lots.
Lime. Cement, Etc.—in limited de-
mand. Austin lime, $2 25 per barrel; cement.
§2 25®2 75; piaster Paris, $4 <X)®5 00; laths,
^ 50 per M. .
Molasses — New Texas in fair supply
with a good, demand. Prioea firm
Selling at sac. for prime and 70c. for choice
per gallon for barrels. Half barrels 5c. ad-
vance, keg 10c. advance. Job lots at
•Us—Linseed, raw, flOo; boi'eil, »5c.
Lard, $1 10. Turpentine, 45c. Kerosene,
23©ilc. Astral, 40@45c.
Peltries—Deer skins 25c., goat skins 20c.
*1>.; sheep skins, full-wool, 50c„ half-wool
26c., shearlings 15®30c. each.; wolf skins 26
©7Sc. each; dressed deer skins, Indian-tanned,
»1«®1 76 per pound.
Farter u« Ale—Domestic, la pints,
$1 50; imported, in pints, favorite brands,
Rice.—Choice LonUiana,83^®8^c.; Prime,
8Si83fc.; Fair, 7Ji@7)<c.; Ordinary, 0)$©7c,;
Soap—Approved brands 6X@?c. Castile,
Starch—Fair supply. Selling from first
bands at 5Xc. Dealers supply the demand
Salt—Stocks moderate. Selling by the ear
load out of store at $110 gold, for coarse, and
$1 75 gold^ for fine.
Sugar — New Louisiana and Texas
in fair supply ; prices quiet but
firm ; inferior, 6 @ 6>fe ; common,
7)tf@8c.; good fair, @ SJfo.; fully
fair, 9c.; fine, 9@9Jfc.; choiee, ; seoonda,
9%@lUc. . yellow clarified, 10XO10X.; off.
white, clarified, lO^^llc.; pure-white, 11@
llXc.; crushed and powdered, ll\4il2V'.
Tallow — Good to prime, lo small lots,
5J<@6c ; iarf|.e i0ts, in shipping order, 7Jtf©
. Tinners' Stock—IC 10x14, charcoal tin,
$11 76, gold; IC 14x20, roof tin, $11, gold. No
28, sheet iron, ¥ #>., 6Xc., gold. No. 1, solder.
17e. Sheet zinc, 10c.
Tea—(Pair to good,) Hunpowder, 56@70c.;
Imperial, 50@65c.; Yonng Hyson, 55@60c.;
Hyson, 50@55o.; Japan, 50<&80c.; Oolong, 50®
65c.; English, Breakfast 60@T0o.
Tobacco.—Stock ample and prices with
upward tendency. Extra oholce. for pounds,
80c. @$1; 11 inch, 75@85c.; fine 66©75c.; me-
dium, 55@65c.; last summer's work, common,
50@55o.; twists, medium bright, 62J$@70c.;
choice, 75®85c. Snuff, $4 12V dozen. Do-
mestic cigars, $ thousand, $20® 100.
Vlnejtar—Fair supply and steady, at 30®
40c. per gallon for cider and white. White
wine, imported, 65o.
Wlllnky- Rectified Western $1 05®1 40:
rectified Louisiana $1 05® 1 35; Bourbon $1 50
Woodware- Pails—Painted, two hoop,
per doz., $2 10; three hoop $2 40.
Tbbs— Painted, per nest, 3 in $2 25, 8 in
$3 25; white pine, 3 in $3, 8 in $4; cedar, 3
in $4 25, 8 in $6 50.
Well Buckets—per doz., L. S., $5 50®6 00;
extra $9 jO@ll 00.
Sieves—per doz., Iron, $1 75; platod, $2 78;
brass, $3 75.
Brooms—$2 25@4 00 per doz.
Ax-Handles—per doz., No. 1, $2 1S®3 10:
No. 2, $2 00; No. 2 [N1 $1 66.
PORT OP GALVESTON. I
News Of»ic«, June 11, 1875. |
Ulovemcnte of Steam
City of Waco New York,,..
j osophino Brashear
Clyde New York...
. ...,Juno 12
Banks and Bankers.
yy A.OO NATIONAL BANK.
(Successor to Fort A Jackson,)
Paid np capital
WILLIAM A. FORT
BEORG1S W. JACKSON
Wm. A. Fort. W. B. Triee; K. A. Sturgis.
T. P. Abecl, K. W. Lusk.
Winslow, Lanier & Co., N. Y.; First Na-
tional Bank, Cincinnati; Uartholow, Lewis &
Co., St. Louis; Louisiana National Bank, New
Orleans; Texas Banking and Insurance Co.,
Waco, Texas, Dec. 1, 1874. de2D&W ly
DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.,
Kos. 9 and 11 NASSAU STREET,
Issue CIRCULAR NOTES and LETTERS OF
CREDIT for TRAVELERS IN EUROPE AND
THE EAST, available in all the principal
cities; also for use in the United States, West
Indies, etc. TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS to
LONDON, PARIS, CALIFORNIA, HAVANA,
MEXICO, CHINA, JAPAN, etc.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and others re-
ceived. jatf sat tu thu ly
. U. SKHL1CJSON & CO.,
And Exchange Dealers,
Cor. tttr*nd «n4 2341 ltiM
Deposits Received. Coin Bought and Sold.
Uotlectiona Made on All Accewaable Points.
We will give particular attention to the
id Sale of BONDS, STOCKS, and
Securities of r
francis n, for3ter,
b. c. ludlow,
geo. b. zxmplrman,
J^ORSTER, LUDLOW & CO.,
a WALL STREET, * NEW YORK,
' We possess unsurpassed facilities for serv-
ing the interests of our friends at home and
abroad. We assure them satisfaction, by our
promptness and minimum charges in attend-
ing to any business entrusted to us. We deal
in all kinds of State, county and municipal
securities. my26 ly
Dally Weather Report.
[Reported expressly for the Cotton Exchange,
at 7 a. m., by W. K. Hutchison.
Sherman — Temperature 73". Wind south
and fresh. Weather clear.
MARskALL—Temperature 73©. Wind south
and fresh. Weather clear
Corstcana—Temperature 76 ©. Wind south
and fresh. Weather clear.
Austin—Temperature 82°. Wind soiuth and
fresb. Weather clear.
;San Antonio—Temperature 76°. Wind
southeast and fresh. Weather clondr.
Galveston—Temperature 81®. Wind south-
east and fresh. Weather clear.
Steamship Josephine, Brown, Brashear, with
United States mail, mdso and passengers,
to Chas Fowler
Steamship Josephine, Brown, Brashear,with
United States mail, mdse and passengers
by Chas Fowler
U. S. Steamer Dandolion, Lighthouse tender,
on a cruise
Schooner Geo Sealy, Blohme, Havana, with
cattle, by C H Run.
Departed—Beardstown, Davis, fo;r Brazos
River, with mdse and passengers :
Kate, Drouet, for Trinity River, wiih mdso
Storm, Blakesley, for Upper Bay, in ballast
Due—Geo W Thomas, Jenkins, fron^ Brazos
Kate, Drouet, from Trinity river.
Diana, Connor, from Houston.
BRASHEAR—Per steamship Josephine —
21 cks bacon, 126 h#rls S6 bbls sugar. 42 bbls
whisky, 8 cks wine, 27 bbls 48 bxs crackers. 125
oks corn, 211 sks oats, 21 bbls 73 kegs niolassed,
45 bundles paper, 219 pkgs cauned goods and
New York, June 5—Cieared, scheoner Lome
A V»n Brunt, Tooker, for Galveston, with
Tho British steamship Ithnriei, Mitchell,
master, left her berth at Kuhn's wharf at 8
o'clock this morning and proceeded to the
outer roadstead, where she came to anchor
aad will finish loading fir Liverpool
COTTON SHIP LOST.
London, June 6—Ship Niagara (Br), Mac-
Farlane, from New York May 19 for Liverpool,
has gone ashore at Holyhead, and will proba-
bly bo a total wreck. Her crew have all been
saved. [She had a cargo consisting, of 5346
bales cotton, 17*2 pkgs woodenware, 5<4 cases
sewing machines, 20 gals sperm oil and 2000
staves. The Niagara was 1592 tons register,
built at Greenock in 1817, and hailed from
Receipts bv Railroad.
GALVESTON. HOUSTON & HENDERSON
12 bales of cotton to Campbell & Clough—6 to
Focke, Wilkens &co—4 to Lammers & Vogel—
7 Frederich & Erhard—4 KaufTman & Runge—
2 Moody & Jemison—4 cases eggs Relnecke &
Lossow—1 bbl eggs to LeGierse &cd—1 coop
fowls Agent Express Co—1 bl hides 3 sks wool
Frederich & Erhard—1 coop fowls 2 bkts but-
ter Geo Schneider &co—2 bkts buttef to Rev-
mershoffers Sons—3 sks wool 1 bl hides to
Focke, Wilkens&co—2 bis hides! sk wool to
Kauffman & Runge—1 bl hides Wm Hendley &
co—5 pkgs mdse Marx & Kempner—2 sks wool
G fl Mensing—1 bl hides C M Pearre^—1 bale
hides A Muckle—2 bis hides Hill, Orviss &co—
2 bxs mdse Shipment—3 cars coal G,H & H R
R—16 cks bacon, 100 bbls flour G B Miller &co
—11 bdls g s hides W Sandall &co—2 bxs mdse
Singer Manufacturing Co—8 sks wool 1 bale
hides Kauffman & Runge -1 car cattfe to C R
Foster—9 cars cattle J C Borden
Total cotton 35 bales • _ .
vessels m Port*
steamships. t ^
Ithuriel (Br.) Mitchell, Liverpool, load-
ing, C W Hurley Aco : . 1130
Clyde, Kenedy, New York, loading,'J N
Sawyer < 1183
Alice Hodges, Skinner, Tnxpan, loading,
W H Whittaker, Cowell, Pensacola, load-
ing, BradlovA Powell 254
John, Gabriel, New York, discharging, J N
Sawyer . .. 33d
List «r Vessels
Loading, Cleared and Sailed for Gajlveston.
Steamship City of Waco clft .Tune 6
Bark Ibis, Randell Ids, May 29
Schooner Luola, Murcherson. ...olj. May 19
Schooner L A Van Brunt clfl June 5
Schooner Thos P Ball, Ryder ldg May 29
Schooner Geo W Jewett slid, May 5
Bark Unicorn, Horn sill May 13
Bsrk R W Merriam, Merriam cldl, May 13
baltimore. ] t
Schooner Jennio D Railey eld May 26
Brig Chas Miller, Dockendorf....cld, April 30
Schooner Hector, Higgins *cl<L May 18
Schooner Edith, Fuller cl,f Mfry 13
List of Vessels
Up, Cleai^d and Sailed for Indianoia.
Schooner Henry A Taber eld
Schooner Tampico, JBohnoff eli
Schooner John N Colby ldg May
List of Vessels j
Up, Cleared and Sailed for Corpus OhristL
Schooner Mary E. Woodhull.. ....cldL May 21
Schooner Lizzie Titus cl<^ May 28
v. hitchcock a. lfaksi.ek.
Canvas and Duck (or Sails, Tents ind Tar-
paulins, Naval Stores, Paints and Oils, Boats,
Oars and Spars, Manilla, Hemp and Wire
Rope, all sizes; Blocks and 8'jeeves lor Fer-
ries, Presses, etc., etc., 205 .nd 807 SStrakd,
Galvkston. apl'75 ly
Building: Mater A
(Successor to Moellng & Co.,)
Dealer in All Kinds of KODOH and D&BSHKD
Pickets, Laths, etc. BILLS SAWED TO OR-
DER at short notice and lowest rates.
D. J. GOOS is my duly authorized agent In
Galveaton. DANIEL GOOS.
au 13'74 ly
p C. TAYLOR,
Manufacturer of Lime,
Will deliver Lime at a very reasonable rate
at any station on the Houston and Texas Cen-
tral Railroad or International and Oreat
Northern Kailroad or Qalveston and San An-
tonio Ballroad, except otherwise Ordered.
He will ship none bnt the very best WHITE
LIME. Satisfaction guaranteed or the money
returned. Address P. C. TAYLOR, Austin,
and for the coast country to 177 West Market
street, Qalveston, where a sufficient supply is
keptlustook. P. 0. TAILOR.
CoRttKSPOXDENTS—Jas. W. Trask, New York;
Schneider & Zuberbier, New Orleans, La.;
Adoue & Lobit, Galveslbn, Texas; Third Na-
tional Bank, St. Louis. apl5 3m
F. W. FLATO, JR.,
Banker and Dealer in Exchange,
Collections made at all points on the Gal-
veston, Harrisburg and Sac Antonio Railroad.
Isaac Jalonick & Co.,
BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Exchange for sale on Galveston, New Tort
and New Orleans, and all points In Europe.
r. l. voard. d. f. frazeil. j. c. borden.
L. FOARD & CO.,
(Successors to Vuzill & A entry.)
AND DKALERS IN KXCHANGK,
W Collections made at all points on th.
Qalveston, Uarrlsburg and San Antonio Rail-
road. so8 9m
QREENVILLE DOWELL, M. D.,
Room No. 5, Girardin House, corner Market
and 24th streets, Galveston. jaS9 tf
NJ. CLAYTON, ARCHITECT.
# Designs, Plans, Specifications and Esti-
mates furnished for every description of
building, public or privato. Ecclesiastical
architecture a specialty.
N. B.—Also, general Dra«ghtaman and De-
signer. Drawings of machinery and models
made for the Patent Office Best Galveston
and Houston references, f. (5. Box 118.
129 Strand, corner 22d street, GALVESTON
myJJl ly Texas.
john savles. b. h. bassett. henrt saylks
gAYLES & BASSETT,
GALVESTON : 118 POSIOFFICK STREET.,
And Brenham, Washington Co. Tsxas.
d. c. oiddinos. t. w. moitriss.
Q.IDDINOS & MORKISS,
Attorneys and Counselors 'at Law
— and —
General Land Agents,
Brenliam, Washington Co., Texas.
Will practice in the District, Supreme and
Federal Courts. my23 Cm
MOODY & JEMISON'S BUILDING,
JJOBERT V. DAVIDSON,
Ballinger & Jack s Building,
Prompt attention given to collection of
Any business intrusted to him will receive
careful attention. ja30 tf
WALTER GRKSHAM. WALTER L. MANN.
Q.RESHAM & MANN,
Attorneys i>nd Counsellors at Law,
No. 139 BAST POSTOFFICE Street,
OC22 '74 ly
gAELINGER, JACK & MOTT,
Attorneys and Counsellor* mi
No. 13V Postoffice Street,
oo.MDtf GALVESTON. TEXAS.
J^EMONS AND ORANGES
Offered at Wholesale and Retail
at LOWEST PRICES by
MEYEK & METZGER,
180 Market street.
JN STORE AND TO ARRIVE—
1 o,000 sacks Coarse Liverpo.1 SALT.
300 bbls. Crushed and Powdered SU-
GAR, halt and whole bbls.
SO bbls. A SUGAR.
loo cases qr. boxes SARDINES,
350 boxes American Lye Co.'s LYE.
lOO cases qaarts and pints Sparkling
1 OO nests TUBS, (Painted and Cedar.)
. 1 OO doz. 2 and 3 hoop PAILS.
CLOTHES PINS, MEASURES, etc.
50 bbls pure CIDER VINEGAR.
500 bales Choice Northern BAY.
10,000 bbls. Rosendale HYDRAULIC
500 bbls. PORTLAND CEMENT
PLASTER PARIS, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE
DUST, KIRE BRICKS, NORTH RIVER
BRICKS, LATHS, HAIR, which we offer to
the trade at the
LOWEST MARKET PlftCEB.
C. W. ADAMS A CO.
ap25'75 ly Cor. a»th and Mechanic st«
Stowe & Wilmerding
Cotton Factors and Commission Mer-
Liberal cash advances on consignments of
Cotton to our address; to
NEW YORK, or to
Baring Bros. & Co..
Telegraphic transfers ot money to New
York. Exchange for sale on all pointB In
Oreat Britain or on the Continent.
o* tbc IjAtkst amis
pniNTvn AT NEWS JOB OFFICE
JAMES ARBUCELE, HUGH H. HAYNTE,
Late of Jefferson, Texas. Of Austin, Texas.
Arbuckle & Haynie,
MERCHANT'S INSURANCE COMPANY
Moody & Jemison,
FACTORS FOB THE SALE O*
Cotton, Wool, Hides, Ac,
128 Strand, Galveston, Texas,
No. 23 William St., New. York.
Postoflice Box No. 5283;
Liberal Advances made upon Consignments,
and especial attention given to the negotia-
tion by sale or hypothecation of all Texas
Bonds and Securities.
Deposits of Interior Bankers solicited.
A. C. McKEEN
Cotton Factor and Commission mer-
chant, Strand, Galveston.
Will sell Wheat, Wool, Hides and other pro-
duce. Bagging and Ties furnished. Liberal
advances made on consignments.
Office— Hendley Building. jyl5D&Wly
J. S. ©rinnan, fl. G. duyal,
late of Grinnan & Wayland | late o* Tyler,
Jefferson Texa». Texas
Q RINNAN & DUVAL,
General Commission Merchants,
Oyer Texas Banking and Insurance Company
STRAND, OALVESTON. TEXAS.
Liberal cash advances made on cotton, hides
wool, and other produce. Bagging and ties
furnished to customers, on application, at the
lowest cash prioos. Jlyl2D&Wly
J. ucrrais, julius bungs,
CHAS. F. HOHORST.
J^AUFFMAN & RUNGE,
Commission Merchants it Cotton
DEALERS IN GROCERIES,
Importers of Coffee, Wines & Lienors,
aprl4'75 D&Wly Galveston, Texas.
C. STONE & CO.,
* COTTON FACTORS,
Galveston STRAND Texas.
Advances made on consignments for sale or
a. A. HILL D. A. ORVISS J. C. KKLLT.
TTLLL, ORVISS & CO.,
i I (Successors to QUIN A HILL)
Cotton and. Wool Factor
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 131 Strand, Galvkson, Texas.
(P. O. Drawer No. 58.)
State Agents for Taylor Cotton Gin.
fy 3'74 lyD&W
CHAS. H. LEX,
J. J. M'BRIDB,
J^EE, McBRIDE & CO.,
And General Commission Merchants,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
w. k. m'alpine,
^yjcALPINE & BALDRIDGE,
HENDLEY BUILDINGS, STRAND,
myl2 *75D-W«m Galveston, Texas.
AND RECRrVTNO AND FORWARDING
STRAND GALVESTON TEXAS.
General Commission Mercbant,
Office in Moody & Jemison's Building,
STRAND GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Jp*RANK R. DEAN,
seSHly No. S6 Strand, Galveston.
geo. r. ALFORD, b. HII.LBR.
^LFORD & MILLER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
69 Strand, Galveston, Texas.
J S. SELLERS & CO.,
Shipping and General Commission
113 STRAND ....112
seZJ ly Galveston, Texas.
K. QCIN. W. L. THOMAS.
QUIN A CO.,
(W. H. SELLERS & THOMAS,)
General Commission Merchants,
And Inanrance Agents.
■^yOLSTON, WELLS & V1DOR,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
73 Strand, Lkagux's Building,
aug4 GALVESTON, TEXAS. Dly
J. C. BORDEN B. L. FOARD D. T. FRAZKLL.
C. BORDEN & CO.,
For the Sale and shipment ot
•ur business will he confined strictly to sale
ot Live Stock. No Stock bought under any
circumstances. Special reference made toR.
L. Foasd & Co., Bankers, Columbus, Texas,
WATERS S. DAVIS.
RICKER & WILDER,
COMMISSION ME lie HANTS
FOR THE SALE
llay, Corn, Oats and Bran
And all kinds of
FRUITS AND TEXAS PRODUCTS.
aul '74 ly
THOS. A. GART.
W. A. OLIPHTNT.
SOMERYILLE & tfAVIS,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Importers of Iron Ties and Gunny Cloth,
and Agents for the sale of Domestic Jute,
Hemp and Flax Ragging, and all kinds o
Cordage. te34 dm
GARY & OLIPHINT,
Nos. 162, 164 and 166 Strand,
Liberal cash advances made on consign-
ments. Bagging and ties furnished at
lowest rates. jyl7 ly
J. H. THOMPSON.
W. 8. LYB&OOK.
General Commission Merchants,
No. 165 Strand,
de3 ly Galveston, Texas.
Cannon & Williams,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS '
And General Commission Merchants,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Llbexal cash advances made on all consign-
ments of Cotton, Wool, or other produce lor
sale or shipment. oc26 *74 Dly
W. C. HOWARD.
D. T. IGLZHART.
Howard & Iglehart,
General Commission Merchants,
NO. 1(18 STRAND,
Jy25'74 ly GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Wallis, Landes & Co.,
Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Woodware,
106, 108 and 110 Strand,'
fe9 »m GALVESTON, TEXAS.
G, B. MILLER & CO.
Strand, Galveston, Texas,
Liberal cash advances on consignments of
Flour. Corn Meal, Bacon, Hams, Lard, Sugar,
and all kinds of grain and produce generally.
^DOUE & LOBIT,
Bankers and Commission Merchants,
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE ON
PARIS, LONDON and LIVERPOOL
STRAND GALVESTON, TEXAS.
JOHN F. BAGGETT & CO.,
General Commission Mercliants,
(Moody & Jemison's Building,)
Strand Galveston, Texas.
Liberal Cash Advances made on Consign-
ments. au25 '74 ly
C. O. DIBRKLL. W. O. DIBRELL.
JOHN O. HODGES, JR.
IBRELLS & HODGES,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION
Corner Strand and Centre Streets
febia '75 ly GALVESTON.
JOHN D. ROGERS. J. A. ROBERTSON.
JOHN D. ROGERS & CO.,
And General Commission Merchants,
NO. 61 STRAND, GALVESTON, TKXA8.
«r- Agents for GRAY'S COTTON PttJCSS.
ap 10*75 Dly
F. A. GLASS,
[Late ot D. The. Ayera & Co.,]
125 and 137 STRAND.
angS '74 ly
JOS. W. RICE VICTOR J. BACLARD.
OILS AND GLASS,
VARNISHES and ARTISTS'COLORS,
Wall Paper and Window tkadct
RICE & BAULARD.
77 TRKMONT STREET,
ja26 '75-sat-es-tu 12m GALVESTON, TEXAS.
rpEXAS MILITARY INSTITUTE.
COL. JOHN G. JAMES—Superintendent and
Professor ot Mathematics, Uistory and Liter-
COL. F. W. JAMES—Commandant of Ca-
dets, and Professor of Military Tactics and
MAJOR H. H. D1NWIDDIE—Professor of
Chemistry, Physics and Drawing.
MAJOR R. L. BROCKENBROUGH—Profes-
sor of Ancient Languages.
MAJOR W. L. WHITAKER—Professor of
J. B. SHEPHERD, M. D.—Post Surgeon.
E. T. DeNORMANDIE—Post Adjutant.
t3&~ The Eighth Annual Session commences
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1875, and continues
forty weeks. A limited number of scholar-
ships will be sold for unimproved lands, well
located. Catalogues 3cnt on application.
German-American Ladies' College,
The aim of this Institute is to afford young
ladies a course of instruction which is in full
harmony with ail the requirements of modern
education. The pupils are carefully taught
the English, German, French, Spanish and
Latin languages, as well as all the elementary
and higher Drenches by seven experienced
teachers. For further information appply to
NATALIE VON SCHENCK & ALICE NOHL.
Leon & H. Blum,
E. S. Fletcher,
H. C. L. Aechoff,
Ball. Hutchlngs & Co.
Raymond & Whitis,
Dr. M. A. Taylor,
Moureau & Koerber,
Dr. D. R. Wallace.
Dr. W. Dohmen.
TTED.. . . .7. . . " . WANTED
Young Iden to Learn and Encase
In Telegraph Operating.
Permanent and good paying positions guar-
anted. Evening class now open. Address
METROPOLITAN TELEGRAPH CO.,
ap3 3m* 17 Commercial Place, New Orleans.
O TO THE GALVESTON NEWS
if you wish to secure
AT LOW P81CB8.
TEXAS BANKING AND INSURANCE CO.
Cash Capital - J $300,000.
THE BANKING DEPARTMENT WJLL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO COLLEC-
tions In the interior ot the State, and all parts of the United States, without any charga ex-
cept customary rates of Exchange.
Will buy and soil Gold and Silver, Exchange on Liverpool, London, New York, New C'r-
leans. St. Loula, and every important point in the State of Texas.
Will receive deposits on open account and issue cortiflcatos of deposit, and by special
provision of its Charter, will divide pro rata among its depositors from one-fourth to on.
hit If of the net profits of its business.
First-class paper discounted on application to the Cashier.
THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT WILL INSURE PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS OF
Damage by Fire, Marino and Inland Transportation, charging the lowest rates of Insurance.
?: ^ w- K- WcALPIN, Vice Pres't. N. O. L.AIJVK, Secretary.
iliPHONfaELAUVE, Cashier. S. H. KIMBALL, Asst. Cash. W1LL1K & CLEVELAND, Atty
„ .. BOARD OF IlIRKCTOItK—Galveaton:
W. K. McAlpIn, E. S. Jemison, J. K. Wallis,
J. S. Grinnan, Geo. SchOeider, M. tjuin, T. A. Gary,
D. The. Ayers, P. 11. Erhard, C. L. Cleveland, C. E. Broussard,
: I. Bernstein. ocl6'74Dl,
WM. WALL'S SONS,
MANILA, SISAL, NEW ZEALAND, JUTE AND TARRED
CORDAGE ANI) OAKUM,
118 WALiIi STREET, NEW YORK. jylO-ly
R. H A JVC ,
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
And Dealer in
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, WHIPS,
Plantation and Spring Wagons,
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
C. B. LEE.} D. WEBER.
LEE IRON WORKS.
c. b. close.
Iran and Brass Founders and Machinists
Steam Engine*. Saw Mill*, Roller*, Mill and Gin Gearing, Shafting,
Pulley*, Brans and Iron Pump*, Etc., Etc.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS FOR IRON FRONTS AND CASTING
All .Kinds of Job Work Solicited. Satisfaction Guarantee^.
Corner Winnie and Thirty-Second Sts., near Railroad Depot,
my4 D&Wto mhl'76 GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Tickets not drawing Cash Gifts
redeemed in iiand.
$550,000 IN CASH
AT TIIE FIRST DRAWING OF T1IE
red river railroad
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1875.
Every Ticket not redeemed Willi
a Casta Gift will be received by the
Railroad Company at Its face value
for.the Lands donated to tlie Rail-
road by the State of Texas.
Awarded at First Drawing :
1 Cash Gift of $100,000
lCash Gift of 60,000
ICash Gift of 30,000
lCash Gift of 20,000
1 Cash Gift of 10,000
10 Cash Gifts of S1000 each 10,(X»
100 " " 8100..... 10,000
600 •' " $40 20,000
14500 " " lao 200.000
10115 Cash Gifts, amounting to $550,000
L. A. Ellis, of Ellis, Bagley & Co.
W. At. Harrison, President National Bank.
R. D. Gribble, Prosidont Citizens' Savings
W. W. Harper, of Goyne, Harper & Murphy.
J. P. Russell, of Rnssell, Rainey & Co.
T. M. Baeby, of Ellis, Bagby & Co.
T. G. Anderson, Secretary Life Association
Dr. A. G. Clopton.
P. C. Ahern, Commission Merchant.
Ward Taylor, Jr., Editor D. and W. Jlmple-
C S. D. Rainey, ot Russell, Rainey & Co.
B. C. Bagby, of B. O. Bagby & Co., Commis-
sion Merchants, Galveston.
The East Line and Rod River Railroad
Directors have adopted this plan for the pur-
pose of disposing of the 5,120,000 acres of land
donated to the Road by the State of Texas,
and to mako it available in building the Road.
RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED EVERY-
Refer by Pehmission to
Swensco, Perkins &Co„ New York; Meyer
Weiss & Co., New York anl New Orleans; L.
M. Rumsey & Co., St. Louis; Imbs, Meyer &
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leans; John Phelps A Co., Hew Orleans; Ful-
som & Bros., New Orleans ; Peel & Reid, New
Orleans ; A. Baldwin Co., New Orleans ;
Grinnan & Duval, Galvoston ; A. J. Burke,
Houston ; Floeh, Lewis & Co., New Orleans ;
J. J. Buaba & Co., Memphis ; B. M. Johnson,
Banker, Shreveport, La.
For further reference, firll particulars and
terms for tickcts, send for Circular giving
Remittances can be made either by express,
bank check or P. O. money order, payable to
ordor o* the Chief Manager,
A. G. CL.OPTON,
or S. J. MOBRISS,
General A sent for Southern Texas.
P. O. Box 408, Galveston, Texas. ap9 3m
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
For Real Cheap Bargains
Boots and Shoes
GO TO WOOLF'S
New Orleans Shoe Store,.
209 market street,
mySB lm GALVESTON.
JJR. M. PERL,
Can be consulted at the Texas Hygienic In-
stitute, corner Travis street and Texas Ave-
nne, Houston, Texas. Special attention given
to chroDic disease" L%30D&Wtf
Departure from New Orleans Till
Dr. E. Do F. Curtis, M. 1>.5 F.R.C.S.,
" MANHOOD,1' " MEDICAL ESSAYS ON
While returning his sincerc thanfcs to his
numerous patients in Galveston, and the ad-
jacent Southern country, for the flattering
evidences of their confidence and esteem re-
ceived by him, des^es to announce that he
Will Leave New Orleans on tbe
Twelfth Day of J une Next
foi San Francisco, California, where h© ha3
business interests to protect, and which will
require his presence for the next two years
at least. In making this announcement thus
early, it is for the purpose of saving from dis-
appointment many who desire to place them-
selves under his care, but who fail to call till
tho last few days of his stay; and in fact, as
in former years, have called at his office after
his departure, much to his regret and their
disappointment. In order, therefore, that no
one may have an excuse for missing the oppor
HIS PERSONAL ATTENTION,
those who wish to place themselves under his
caro should CALL AT ONCE at his rooms.
No* 9 Rampart Street,
BETWEEN CANAL AND CUSTOMHOUSE,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.,
Daily, from 10 A. m. to 3 p. m., or from 6 to 8
p. m. On Sundays, 11 to 1 p. m., only.
DR. CURTIS has devoted himself for a
period ranging over twenty years, and adopt-
ed, as his specialties, the treatment and cure
NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY,
Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline,
Abuses of tho System, and such general
functional derangements as spring from the
above causes, or are incident to an enervated
and depleted condition of tho organs.
DR. CURTIS addresses himself to those
who have already yielded to the suggestions
and besought the care of ignorant advertMuig
charlatans, from whom they have received,
no benefit, and who, in fact,have done them"
more material harm than practical good. It
is conceded that Medicine, like all other
sciences, is progressive, and every year but
records some new development or marked ad-
vance. By a felicitous combination of reme-
dies of acknowledged curative power, Dr.
CURTIS has so arranged and adapted hi.s
treatment as to afford not only immediate re-
lief, but radical and permanent cure.
The Medical Times says: 44 Dr. Curtis's sys-
tem of treatment, the result of twenty years
successful practice, differs from all others in
general U3e, and commends itself to the af-
flicted as the only true source of relief. Many
c*ses pronounced incurable have yielded suc-
cessfully to his remedies."
DR. CURTIS would again impress upon the
minds of all who contemplate consulting him,
the duty of Calling Without Delay.
DR CURTIS ON MANHOOD.
300,000 copies sold in all parts of Europe and
A Medical Essay on the cause and cure of
premature decline in man, showing hew
nealth is lost, and how regained. It gives a
clear synopsis of the impediments to mar
riage, the treatment of nervous and physical
debility,"exhausted vitality, and all other dis-
eases appertaining thereto: the results of
twenty-five years suecessful practice.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Curtis on " MAnhood."—There is no mem-
ber of society by whom this book will not be
found useful, whether he be parent, preceptor
or clergyman." — London Times.
Curtis on "Manhood."—This book should
be read by the young for instruction, and by
the afflicted for relief; it will injure no one.—
New York Herald.
Price fifty cents by mail. Address the
author, DR. CURTIS, 9 Rampart street, New
Consultations strictly confldentiaL
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