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TICKETS
-tEXfls
All Points
ALL ^MIDLAND
Lowest Kates. .<—— —->
GRAND UNION TICKET OFFICE,
tor. IHarkot and Tremont St*., <Ui»dcr the Opera-House).
I 'JI:T1K TABLE in Effect Sept. 26, 1881.
CHECKED
And Called For
RESIDENCES.
Sleeping Car Berths
Secured Through
GULF, COLORADO
AND
Santa Fe Hallway*
THE PICTURESQUE ROUTE OF
TEXAS.
SHORT LINE anil ONLY LINE that
runs SOLID TRAIN'S through
BETWEEN
Galveston &Ft. Worth
WITHOUT CHAINTG-E,
Connecting the principal seaport of the Guif of
Mexico with the ports of the Pacific Ocean and
furnishes unbroken communication with
all principal points
NORTH, EAST and WEST.
It runs through the GARDEN REGIONS of the
State, renowned for the beauty of its landscape
and the luxurious fertility of its soil.
v.a
O *
3 73
5f
P.m.;
3.30
8.05
i.30a.m.
Stations.
Le.
9.00 a.m Ar.
'11.40 a.m.
! 2 10 p.m.
4.30 p.m.,
4.55 p.m. Ar.
' S.31 p.m, Ar.
I10.3U p.m.jAr.
I I Ar.
Galve3ton Ar.
Rosenberg Ar.
Brenham Ar.
Milano Ar.
Temple Ar.
Helton Ar.
Morgan Ar.
Cleburne Ar.
Ft. Worth Le. |
12 30 a.m.
8.55 p.m.
6 55 p.m.
3.05 p.m.
12 30 p.m.
1.20 p.m.
S 30 a.m.
6.30 a.m.
a.m.
9.30
4.50
BOUND NORTH.
Expre's* Leaves Gal
vesion at 5:30 a. m.,
daily, excep Sunday;
connects at Rosenburs
with G , H. & S. A. Ry..
at Brenham with H. &;
T. C. Ry., at Milano
with I. & G. N. Ry., at
Morganwith T. C. Ry.
Cieourne with C., T.
M. C. Ry, and at Fort
Worth with Mo. P. and
T. &. P. Ry.
SOUND SOUTH.
Express Leaves
Cleburne at 6:30 p.
m.dady,exceptSunday;
connects at Cleburne
with C.t T. & M. C. Ry,
at Morgan with T. C.
Ry, at Milano with I. &
G. N. Ry, at Brenham
with H. <fc T. C. Ry, at
Rosenburg with G..H &
S. A. Ry. and at Galves-
ton with Mallory and
Morgan Lines.
RAILROADS.
TI«k»U Uj 'all
Lint*.
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
5^ 110 TREMONT STREET,
Tickets to all
JOHN HOWARD, Agent.
Galveston.
HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL RAILWAY
2 EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY.
Pullman Sleeping Oars Between Galveston and Houston
and St. Louis, and Between Galveston and Austin,
WITHOUT CHANGE.
-Going North-
8.00 A. M.
5.00 P. M.
6.10 P. M.
2.00 A. M.
*6*22 A.* M.
6.40 P. M.
8.30 A. M.
6.25 A. M.
2.05 P. M.
9.30 A. M.
5.52 P. M.
Leave Houston..
... .Austin.
....Waco
,.. .Denison Leave!
Kansas City " j
a ....ATrivej
-GOING South--
St. Louis
7 00 A. M.
6.00 P. M.
8.15 P. M.
12.15 P. M.
5.30 P. M.
8.52 A. M.
10.00 P. M.
1.00 P. M.
9.15 A. M.
4.30 A. M.
*8.32 P." UL
TEXAS AND EUROPE.
Outward and prepaid tickets between Texas and all parts of Europe, via prominent British, Ger-
man, Dutch, Italian and French Steamship Lines, are on sale at all important agencies of the Houston
and Texas Central Railway.
For rates and general information as to above, apply to
€. b. gray, Ass't General Passenger Agent. j. waldo, General Passenger Agent
HOUSTON, TEXAS.
INTERNATIONAL
Passenser Leaves Passenger Leaves
Galveston at 3.30 p., Rosenberg at4:50a.
in., daily; connects at' m., daily; connects at
Rosenberg with G., H.i Rosenberg with G.. H.
& S. A. Ry. Sleeping-' S. A. Ry. Sleeping-
car attached, Ro.sea-i car attached. San An-
berg to San Antonio.: tonio to Rosenberg.
Through rates of trelg lit quoted and through bills of lading issued to all points
PHO!»I>T DEHVliHV and QUICK DISPATCH.
OSCAR G. MURRAY, H. ItllLLER, S. Ifl. HIILLER,
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent. Union Ticket Agent. Ass't Gen. Pass. A^'t.
GALVESTON, TEXAS.
ROUTE.
Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana
Western, and Morgan's La.
and Texas Railroads.
The only Direct All-Rail Route from
texas TO NEW ORLEANS.
Elegant Day Coaches and Palace Sleeping Cars
leave New Union Depot, Houston. Daily, at 10:30
o'clock p. m., and run through to New Orleans
without change, making close connections with
trains of the
Louisville and Nashville, and Chicago,
St. Louis and New Orleans Railroads,
For Mobile. Montgomery, Atlanta, Augusta, Savan-
nah, Charlotte, Richmond, Lynchburg, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Washington. Balti-
more, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all
Points East, Northeast and Southeast.
Tickgts on sale to all Principal Points, and Rates
always as low as via other lines.
iSF" For further information apply to
E. P. TURNER,
Ticket Ag't, No. '24 Main St., Houston.
J. L. A. IHO TIAS.
Texas Passenger Agent. Dallas, Texas.
J. C. ZIlflMER,
General Passenger Agent*
Houston, Texas.
TEXAS & ST. LOUIS
COTTON BELT ROUTE.
OPEN TO WACO.
Passenger Rates Three Cents per Mile.
Sunset Route
Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio
RAILWAY,
Forming a Link in the True Southern Pacific.
This is the direct line to all
POINTS
North, East and Southeast!
THROUGH PALACE SLEEPING COACHES
From San Antonio to New Orleans Without Change.
The Shortest and Most Direct Route to
Eastern Cities.
But One Change or Cars to Chicago, St.
Louis, Cincinnati, Raltimore or
Washington, and hut Two
Changes to Philadelphia
or New \ork.
4 DAILYTRAINS 4
LEAVE SAN ANTONIO AND HOUSTON,
Connecting Closely with Train, on the
H. & T. C. Railway for Point. In
Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska,
Minnesota and the
East.
a SO.S.R K. & T. Kj. Co.. LesseesJ
THE DIRECT LINE
FROM
Galveston, Houston, San Antonio,
Austin and Hcarne,
to ALL points xx
The North, Northwest, East and
Southeast.
BY THE COMPLETION OF THE
PACIFIC EXTENSION
FROM
DENISON TO MINEOLA
The Traveling Public is Afforded the benefit of a
NEW DIRECT THROUGH ROUTE
TO
Sedalla, Kansas City, Leavenworth,
Hannibal, Omaha. Denver, and
Points in Kansas, Nebraska, Col-
orado, the Territories, Cali-
fornia, and all Points
North and East.
Passengers can take their Choice of Routes, either
via this New Line through the
The Daylight Express leaving San Antonio has
Through Palace Sleepers to New Or-
leans Without Change,
Making Close Connections at the Lat-
ter City with All Fast Express
Trains for the North
and East.
Fare always es low as by any other route,
sure your tickets read "Via tlia Sunset Route."
T. W. PEIRCE, Jr., C. E. MINER,
G. P. & Tkt, Ag't. West. Pass. Ag't.
P. B. FREER,
Tkt. Ag't., Meager Hotel.
Be
MORGAN'S
AND
NO. i, MAIL AND EXPRESS (DAILY).
Leaves Texarkana 6:00 a.m.
Arrives Tyler 2:00 p. m.
Corsicana 7:10 p. m.
Waco 11:30 p. m.
NO. 2, MAIL AND EXPRESS (DAILY).
Leaves Waco 6:00 a.m.
Arrives Corsicana 9:15 a. m.
Tyler 2:15 p.m.
.j.; ; Texarkana 11:30 p. m.
J. W. RROWN,
Gen. Supt., Tyler, Texas.
GEO, tr. LILLEV,
i Gtn'l Fit. & Pass. Agt., Tyler. Texas.
GALVESTON.
DIRECT IMPORTER OF
BRANDIES AND WINES,
And Wholesale Dealer in
Fine Bourbon, Rye and Hectiiied Whis-
kies, of all grades.
MAG ALE'S BUILDING, Co and 65 STRAND,
GALVESTON - - - - TEXAS.
All cash orders promptly filled same as if par-
ties were here in person.
THE TEXAS
Salt Company
Have ou hand an ample supply of
LOUISIANA
AND
LIVERPOOL
SALT,
Which is offered at the following
lots:
LOUISIANA, coarse, per sack..
LOUISIANA, line
LIVERPOOL, coarse
LIVERPOOL, fine
prices in carload
5 90
1 25
1 00
1 25
Especial attention is called to our
LOUISIANA SALT.
which, owing to its purity and strength, Is being
recognized as superior to any ether. In those por-
tions of Texa-; and Louisana where it lias been ex-
tensively used the past year it has superseded Liv-
erpool Sale entirely.
FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED.
Galveston, Texas, November 12,18S1.
HOCVrON™
FALL TRADE.
Country Merchants on
their way to replenish their
Stock are respectfully
incited to pay me a visit. I
befraNi^Ihave now the best
appoints^ ^xnost complete
and systematic establish-
ment in the South for my
line of business, and that
alone is worth seeing. Be-
sides, no other house or
market can offer better in-
ducements or more facili-
ties to do their
GROCERY AND COTTON
Business than I can, and
this fact will be more fully
realized by a personal. visit.
But whether you conclude
to do business with me or
not, I shall be glad to see
you, and will extend you
the same courtesies.
WM. D. CLEVELAND,
kCotton Factor and Wholesale Grocer,
HOUSTON, TEXAS.
For New Orleans, Steamers leave at 12 m.
EVERY SUNDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
IR1DAY.
For Indlanola, every TUESDAY and FRI-
DAY . at 4 p. m.. carrying passengers and freight to
all points on G., W. T. & P. Railway and connec-
tions.
For Corpus Christ! and Rockport.
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 3 p. m.
For Rrowiisville, every EIGHT DAYS, or
as soon thereafter as practicable.
( HAS. FOWLER, General Agent.
Ticket OfBce: CENTRAL WHARF.
Cmiari line of Royal Mail SteamsMps,
Between
LIVERPOOL, BOSTON and
NEW YORK. ,
Rates of Saloon passage, $80 and flOO gold! ac-
cording to accommodations. Steerage passage to
and from Galveston by all rail or steamer to New
York, Liverpool, Queenstown, Belfast, Derry, Bris-
tol. Cardiff, and all other parts of Europe, at low
rates.
J. N. SAWYER, A^ent, 54 Strand.
Messrs. VERNON H. BROWN & CO., Agents,
4 Bowling: Green. New York.
MISCELLANEOUS.
GALVESTON.
PAINTS, OILS, CUSS,
VARNISHES OF ALL KINDS,
WALL PAPER &-WINDOW SHADES
READY-MIXED PAINTS,
mm PIE PARIS GREEN,
THE VERY BEST INSECTICIDE,
RICE & BATJLAKD,
*7 TREMONT STREET, GAL VEST Off.
HOPE!
F
see
STORE AND TO ARRIVE THIS
WEEK,
COILS MANILLA HOPE!
3-4 In. to 7 In. Circumference.
This Rope was bought before the re-
cent rise, and will be sold at New York
figures.
H. MARWITZ & CO.
D. Webir.
Joshua Miller.
Tin
U LiLl
C. B. LEE & CO.,
&
AND
MA.CHI]SriSTS
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEM ENGINES, SAW MILLS,
Boilers, Mill and Gin Gearing, Shaft-
ing, 1'ullojrs, Brass and Iron
Pumps, Etc.
^ Ti^~Particular attention given to orders for Iron
Fronts and Castings for Buildings.
All kinds or Job Work solicited. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
Corner Winnie and Thirty-second Sts,
(Near Railroad Depot,)
GALVESTON, TEXAS.
hoi;VTO«
L>±i. M. r&KJu,
HOUSTON, TEXAS.
HEW GOODS.
Txeniiine World-Famous FIPER
IIIEDSIECK and PIPER
SEC CHAMPAGNES.
Pure ANGELICA CLARET.
PORT, SHERRY, HOCK and
WHITE WINES.
MUSCAT BRANDY, CIDER,
AND A FULL STOCK OP
Suitable for the Christmas and
Holiday Trade.
GEO. L. PORTER,
fcTION FACTOR AM WHOLESALE GROCER,
HOUSTON, TEXAS. \
HOUSTON
Manufacturing Co..
Manufacturers of CYPRESS
water tanks and cistens
of anv size or capacity. RAIL-
ROAD WATER SUPPLY a spe-
cialty. Address
HOUSTON MF'C CO.,
Houston, Texas.
BANKS AND BANKERS.
W. W. LIPSCOMB,
¥
Luling, Texas.
Special attention paid to Collections. Correspond-
ence solicited.
JESTER, PRENDERGAST & CO
BANKERS,
CORSICANA, TEXAS
Prompt Attention to Collections.
Will Discount Corsicana Acceptances.
(LONE STAR)
"OLD RELIABLE."
G„ H. & H. E. R
The Only Passenger Line Between
Galveston and Houston.
TIME TABLE NO 83.
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1882.
Leave Galveston. arr. at Houston
DAILY-EXCEPT SUNDAY.
£.05 a. v i Union Depot 7.35 am.
1 H. & T. C. Depot 7.45 a. m.
Connect with H. & T. C. Ry.
EXPRESS DAILY.
9.05 a. u Union Depot 11.30 a. m.
I. & G. N. Ry. Through Sleeping Cars for St. Louis.
DAILY.
3.20pii i Union Depot 5.40 p. m.
s.tv p. ii. .. ^ H & T c. Depot 5.50 p. *.
Connects with I. & G. N., H. & T. C. and T. A N.
O. R'ys, via Houston and New Orleans.
Leave Houston Arr. at Galveston
EXPRESS DAILY.
8.30 a m. H. & T. C. Depot, i . , „ - A „
8.55 a. m. Union Depot j ...#..11.25 a *-
Connect with I. A G. N., T. & N. O., H. & T. C. Rys.
Through Sleeping Cars from Austin and St. Louis.
DAILY.
3.10 p. m Union Depot.. 5.30 p. u.
On arrival of L & G. N. Ry.
DAILY-EXCEPT MONDAY.
10.00 p. m., H. & T. C. Depot { * ®
10.10 p. u., Union Depot » 12.40 A *.
Connect with H. & T. C. Ry.
W. H. HARDING, General Manager.
ALLEN McCOY. Supt. & Gen'l Passenger Ag't.
JOHN HOWARD Ticket Agent,
110 Tremont Street and Union Depot*
IS
OR VIA THE
ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN k SOUTHERN R'Y.
FOR
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati. Pitts*
burg. New lork, Philadelphia,
Boston, Baltimore, Wash-
ington, Richmond.
and to all points in the
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
CONTINUOUS CONNECTIONS AT
Little Rock, Ark., and Colum-
bus, Ky., via Poplar Bluff,
to all principal points in tite
SOUTHEAST,
and in the
UNION DEPOT, ST. LOUIS,
With Evening Express Trains In All
Directions.
Express Trains
EACH WAY, DAILY.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
BETWEEN
Galveston, Houston, San Antonio, Aus-
tin, Hearne, and St. Louis and
Kansas City.
CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT
Mineola for Dallas, Fort Worth, Big
Springs and Intermediate
Points.
For Tickets and Information apply to the Ticket
Clerks at the Offices of the Company.
F. CHANDLER, Gen. Passenger Agent.
O. W. HIGGLES, Asst. Gen. Pas. Agt.
H. 1*1. HOX1E, General Manager.
HOTELS.
Hotel Brunswick.
AUSTIN, TEXAS.
Hunt & Smith, Proprietors
Beg leave to say that they
have secured the three-story
COOK BUILDING,
Corner Pecan street and Congress avenue. The
rooms are large, and location right iu center of
business. Everything in the house is
New, Handsome and Comfortable.
The Hotel is a necessity tor the capital long felt,
OPEN JANUAEY 15, 1881.
TOM SMITH, Manager
ATTORNEYS.
GALVESTON.
BALLINGER & MOTT,
126 Postoffie Street,*
GALVESTON, TEXAS,
HOUSTON.
Ee P» Turner
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AI LAW
No. 62 ITLain Street, Houston, Texas.
Practices In State Courts at Houston, Supreme,
Appellate and District Courts at Galveston.
HILLSBORO.
. p. m'einnon. e. o. cal
McRINNON Sc CALL.
Attorneys at Law and Land Agents.
HILLSBORO. TEXAS.
Have a complete and perfect abstract of titles to
all surveys of land in Hillcounty.
BRYAN.
LUTHER W. CLARK,
attorney at law,
BRYAN, TEXAS.
Practices in the courts of Brazos and adjoining
counties, and in the higher courts of the State.
"weather ford.
J A IVIES M. RICHARDS-
ATTORNEY AT LAW Weatherford. Texas,
will practice in Parker and aojoining counties, and
give prompt, personal attention to payment of
taxes and collection of claims.
Correspondence solicited.
W
K
ft
yflBUCKWELLSC
DR.
SARSAPARILLII
)WAY'S
The Great Bkfcd Purifier.
FOR THE CUKE OP CWRONIC DISEASE.
SCROFULA OB SYPHILITIC, HER-
EDITARY OR CONTAGIOUS,
EE IT SEATED IN THE
Lungs or Stomach, Shin or Bones,
Flesh or Nerves,
CORRUPTING THE SOLIDS AND YITIAHNQ
THE FLUIDS.
Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula, Glandular Swell-
ing, Hacking Dry Cough, Cancerous Affections,
Syphilitic Complaints, Bleeding of the Lungs, Dys-
pepsia, Water Brash, He, Dolorfmx, White Swell-
ings, Tumors. Ulcers. Skin and Hip Diseases, Mer-
curial Diseases. Female Complaints. Gout, Dropsy,
Salt Rheum, Bronchitis, Consumption.
Liver Complaint, Etc.
Not only does the Sarsaparillian Resolvent ex
eel all remedial agents in the cure of Chronic
Scrofulous. Constitutional and Skin Diseases, but
It is the only positive cure for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urine,
Bright's Disease, Albuminuria, and in all cases
where there are briek-vlust deposits, or the water
is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the
white of an e?p. or threads like white silk, or there
is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance and white
bone-dust deposits, and when there is a pricking,
burning sensation wh u passing water, and pain
in the ^mall of the back and along the loins. Sold
by all Druggists.
One bottle contains mere of the active principles
of medicines than any oiher preparation. Taken in
Teaspoonful Doses, while others require five or six
times as much. One Dollar Per Bottle.
IWINUTE REMEDY.
Onlr requires minutes, not hours, to re-
lieve pain and cure atute disease.
©altasttmHrins |
COMMERCIAL^ "
News Office, January 2.—To-day was generally
observed as a holiday. The Cotton Exchange was
closed, and, with the exception of a few hours in
the morning, the wholesale houses were also closed,
the only business transacted being the filling of a
few pressing orders previously received. Quota-
tions generally were unchanged. Business x»
also generally suspended cm the wharves and
among the shipping, and the city, north of
Mechanic street, had all the appearance of
Sunday.
pork-packing in the west.
The Cincinnati Price Current, of December 29,
says the aggregate packing at aTl points now
reaches, approximately 3.050,000 hogs, against
4,425,000 a year ago. an i adds:
Values of hogs have advanced since a week ago
about 20 cents per 100 pounds, and the product is ,
also higher, the advance being 40<g45 cents per
barrel on mess pork. 25 cents per 300 pounds on
lard, and 20 cents per 100 pounds on sides. Com-
pared with a year ago, mess pork is S4 35 per bar-
rel higher, or '6iX per cent.; lard is $2 ?0 per 100
pound s higher, or 32 per cent., and sides $2 25 per
100 pounds higher, or Z4)i per cent. The aggre-
gate exports since November 1st foot up 133,000,000
pounds of product, against 199,500,000 a year ago,
a decrease of 66,500,000 pounds, equivalent to the
product of about 375.0U0 hogs.
Special reports to the Ciucianati Price Current
show the number f hogs packed from November 1
to date and latest mail dates at the under-men-
tioned places, with comparisons as follows:
d
REGULAR WEEKLY
STEAMSHIP LINE,
Consisting of tha following named
steamers:
Capt. Bolger.
Capt. Niekerson.
^CIEIRETIES.'
Thesf Goods *;* told under sa
Absolute Gnarantee
That they «« the Pints* tr.d PUREST
joodi uysa the xarketj
They ARE FREE frora DRUGS and
CHEMICALS ci X.1J kind;
They consitt oi the Finest Tobacco and
Purest Rice-Paper Ride.
OUR SALES LXCEEDtW^
of ALL. leading manufactories combined.
Nona Genuine without the trade-mark
of the BULL. Take no other.
W. T. BLACKWELL & CO.1
Sole Manufacturers* Durham, N. C.
SAN MARCOS.
GUADALUPE.
COLORADO Capt. Crowell.
RIO GRANDE Capt. Burrows.
Freight and Insurance at Lowest Rates
One of the above named steamships will leave
New York every SATURDAY, and Galveston for
New York every WEDNESDAY, and on Saturday,
when the trade requires.
Steamship COLORADO,
CROWELL, Master,
Will sail for NEW YORK,
Wednesday, Jauuary 4, 1882.
J. N. SAWYER, Agent,
54 Strand, Galveston.
C. H. MALLORY & CO., Agents.
Pier 20 East River, New York.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails to re-
lieve PAIN with one thoroush application. No
matter how violent cr excruciating the pain tin
RHEUMATIC. Bed-rUden, Infirm, Crippled, Nerv-
ous, Neuraleic, or pro-trased with disea e mav suf-
fer, RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF will
afford instant ease.
Inflammation of theKidneys,Inflammation of the
Bladder, Inflammation of the Bowels. Congest on of
the Lungs, Sore Thro».\ Difficult Breathing, Palpi-
tation of ihe Hearr, Hysterics, Croup* Diph'heria,
Catarrh. Influenza, Headache, Toothache, Neural-
pa. Rheumatism, Cold Chills. Ague Chills, Ghill-
j'.ains. Frost Bites, Bruises. Summer Complaints,
Coughs, Colds, Sprains. Pains in the Chest, Back
or Limbs, and Malaria in its various forms are in
stantly relieved
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There is
i lot a remedial agent in the world that will cure
; rever an 1 Ague, and all other Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other fevers (aided
by Radwav s Pills) so quick as RadwaVs Ready
Relief.
It will in a few moments, when taken according
to directions, cure cramps, Stoasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Colic, Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rail-
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drops in
w ater will prevent sickuess or pains froux change
of water. It is better than French brandy or bit-
ters as a stimulant.
Miners and Lumbermen should always
be provided with it.
CAUTION.
All remedial agents capable of destroying life by
an over;lose should be avoided. Morphine, opium,
strychnine, arnica, hyosoiamus, and other power-
ful remedies, do at certain times, ie very small
doses, relieve the patient during their action in the
system. But perhaps the second dose, if repeat-
ed. may aggravate andincrea e the suffering, and
another dose cause death. There is no neces-ity
for using these uncertain agents when a positive
remedy like Radway's Ready Relief will stop the
most excruciating pain quicker, without entailing
the least difficulty in'either infant or adult.
THE TRUE RELIEF.
Radwat's Ready Relief is the only remedial
agent in vogue that Wiil instantly stop pain.
Fllty Cents Per Bottle.
THIS LINE OF
TUGS AND BARGES
will receive and forward promptly
ALL FREIGHT FOB HOUSTON,
and all points on the
HOt'STON AND TEXAS CENTRAL,
TEXAS AND PACIFIC, and
TEXAS AND NEW ORLEANS
RAILWAYS.
All claims for loss or damages promptly adjusted.
All goods insured by this company while in transit
on their barges. After landing same the insurance
risk of this company ceases.
CHAS. FOWLER, Pres't.
J. J. ATKINSON, Sup't,
J.O. KISHPAUGH, Agent.
COTTON FACTORS.
GALYESTON.
J. O. Aymes.
J. 0 AYMES & CO..
GALVESTON, TEXAS.
H. SEELIGSON & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
Commission Merchants,
AND
DEALERS IN GRAIN.
Orders for FUTURE CONTRACTS executed.
Hendley Building, - GALVESTON.
W
Cotton Factors.
Advances made on Cotton, Wool, Hides and all
kinds of Produce.
GALVESTON - - TEXAS.
R. A. BROWN,
COTTON FACTOR
ANB
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
204 STRAND,
GALVESTON, .... TEXAS.
P. FITZWILLIAM,
Cotton and Wool Factor,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
STRAND,
Galveston, Texas.
F. Lauksrs.
E. S. Fust.
Late of R. A. Brown & Co.
LAMMEKS & FLINT,
COTTON FACTORS
and
Commission Merchants,
IUallory Building, Strand,
GALVESTON.
Thko. O. Voosl.
Jas. O. Ross.
VOGEL & ROSS,
COTTON FACTORS
and
Commission Merchants,
STRAND, GALVESTON.
R. B. HAWLEY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AJiD DEALERS IN
Flour. Provisions & Grain.
Jxo. D. Rooeks.
T/
I
A CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
Commission Merchants,
GALVESTON.
Chas. Kellxer. W. J. Frederick.
J. Fredericli & Kellner,
COTTON FACTORS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Galveston, Texas.
Oftice: Corner Mechanic and Twenty-second sts.
McALPINE, baldridge & CO.,
Cotton Factors
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
(Mallory Building.) Strand, Galveston.
NEW ORLEANS.
i, PHELPS t CO.,
(Established 1881.) '
Cotton Factors,
NEW ORLEANS, La.
NBW YORK.
F. Eoiosfr.
JomB. Bam
C. F. HOHORST & CO.,
I EISSI
US Peal Street,
NBW YQIiK.
iPC
i\U I lLLu
Perfect Purgative*, Soothing Aperi-
ents, Act Without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural iu
Their Operation.
A Vegetable Substitute for Calomel.
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and
strengthen.
Radway's Pills, for the cure cf all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys. Bladder,
Nervous Diseases, Heahache, Constipation, Costive-
ness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bilic ~ " T ~
flammation of the Bowels, Piles, „
ments of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect
a perfect cure. Purely vegetable, containing no
mercury, minerals or deleterious drugs.
tro bserve the following symptoms resulting
from Diseases of the Digestive Organs: Constipa-
tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn,
Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the
Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when In a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs be-
fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head.
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes. Pain in tne Side, Chest. Limbs, and Sud-
den Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh.
A few doses of Radway's Pills will free the sys-
tem of all the above-named disorders.
Price, 25 Cents Per Box,
TO THE PUBLIC.
There can be no better guarantee of the value of
Dr. Radway's old established R_ R. R. Remedies
than the base and worthless imitations of them, as
there are False Resolvents, Reliefs and Pills: Be
sure and ask for Badway's, and see that the name
Radway" is on wuat you buy.
gf?0WNs
IRON
BITTERS
BROTTJTS IRON BITTERS are
a certain cure for all diseases
requiring a complete tonic; espe-
cially Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter-
mittent Fevers, Want of Appetite,
Loss of Strength, Lack: of Energy,
etc. Enriches the blood, strength-
ens the muscles, and gives new
life to the nerves. Acts like a
charm on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic symptoms,
such as tasting the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn,
etc. The only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the teeth or
give headache. Sold by all Drag-
gists at $1.00 a bottle.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
Baltimore, Md.
Sec that all Iron Bitter* are made bj Bkd«t» Chsmica*
C®-and have crowed red line# and trad* mark on vrrappaft
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
HOSTITTEHJ
orders, 20s@20s Gd: loading at ]
coast, outside ports, for United
head of sugar, 2 7S&3 75.
orts on the north
States, per hogs-
PORT OF GALYESTON.
, 1SSL
!
December 28.
Entire
Places.
Season,
1881.
388a
3880-81
Chicago
1,435,OX)
1,710,000
2,781,064
Cincinnati
3u0,000
430,{W0
522,425
St. Louis
235,000
360,000
474.159
Indianapolis
190,000
270.000
3*8,7*3
.Milwaukee
220,000
205,000
825.729
Louisville
131,OOu
215 070
205.UO0
235,070
Kansas City
182.132
339,678
342,426
Cedar Rapids
65,730
65.934
St. Joseph, Mo
78,922
65.000
308,600
Sabula, Iowa
23.49J
39,860
24.213
55,633
Sioux City, Iowa
34.323
46,068
Keokuk, Iowa
27.b00
33.500
v 55,967
Davenport, Iowa, .
30,000
32,000
38,500
Oskaloosa, Iowa
6.500

Peoria, 111
30,125
43,276
50,826
Quincy. lil
24,650
25,575
36,075
Nashville, Tenn
33,657
20,6361
25,026
Lexington, Ky
3.000
4.000
4,000
Fremont, Ohio
3,007
3,429
5,356
Wheeling. W. Va
1,800
2.500
9,000
Omaha, Neb
46,0i >0
42.000
96,147
Kvansviite, Ind
6,000
20.838
22,400
Knoxville, Teun
4,250
4,500
6,200
Total, ail places
3,650.000
4,425,000
6,919,456
LIVE STOCK.
Reported for the News by Borden & Borden, Live
Stock Commission Merchants.
Beeves Yearlings
Receipts. and and
Cows. Calves.
This day 156 ....
This weeE 136
This season. 4429 2717 35S2
STock in pens *J3 2S 312
Cori-fed beeves, none here:
catue. 2t£@SJ4c ^ ® gross: common and rough,
812 t"0^tl4 00 per head: two-year olds,
§12 00^16 00 per head; yearling's, $9 00<g*
12 0U per head: caives, $£ 0Q&10 00 per
head. Mutton—cfaojce, # lb. gross, 2©3J^c: da.
common, 50 S htad. Hogs—corn-fed. ^ lb.
gross, 5Q&6^c: mast feu, $ pouna, gross, 4&bc.
Remarks—Choice cattle in fair demand; common
neglected. No sale for poor hogs.
Sheep. Hogs.
1801
(33
grass-fed
md rou
fiW _ STOMACH . ^
«rtTEfls
The name of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is heard
in every dwelling, it finds a place in every house-
hold. and its praises are sounded throughout the
whols Western Hemisphere as a eeneral invigorant
a cure for sick headache, a specific for flatulency
and sour stomach, an appetizing stomachic, an ex-
cellent blood depurwit and certain remedy for in;
termittent fever and kindred diseases.
Sold by all di uggists and dealers generally.
MABSDEN'S
THE GENERAL KIARRET.
Pf Quotations represent wholesale prices. In
making: up small orders higher prices have to be
charged.
Ammunition—Powder, per keg, 55 50. Shot
drop, oer sack. 22 10: buck. 82 35.
Apples—Choice in full supply and light demand
at $t» 00i&7 00; con^mou in good supply at (4 OA
Dried are in fair demand and firm at S&g&Sc.
for Quarters. 9®9^f»c for sliced, 15^15^c fo*'evap-
orated. 16c for fancv
Bacon—Market bare, with a good demand.
Quotations for round lots on track, nominal:
Shoulders. 9>£c: long clear, I0%o; short ciear
1134c: breakfast bacon, rrcrh ttore, I2%c tor sugar-
cured eanvaseo. Wholesale grocers till orders at
advance
tsajjgisijL and Ties—Standard i>.
CiJilS^c; 2 2>, none in market; J74 Tb, 10}4(ai0>£c"
Iron ties. 51 45<&"' 50i BaUne twrne. 15c per B>
Bones aud Horns—Bones, dean dry. $14 00
per tou. delivered on track. Horns, fresh and dean,
ox 8c each: steers. 4c: cows ll^c each
Sran—In good demana ana tirm at 51 25 from
tnili: quoted from wharf or track at Si 35. Rice
bran. 51 15 from track; round lots from store.
£1 20 retailing from store. 51 25.
B utter—Is firm: new Kansas, 25©27c. Western,
firkins. 234£24c: choice Northern in fair supply
at 25(&2tic; good Ooanen 36<&33c: Texas scarce
nd fins at £2c; oleomargarine and buiterne. 21
<2»24c.
« an dies—at© steao.y; sfrteen-ounce, !fu»
weigtit, 15c cash for car lots. Wholesale grocers fill
orders atl5$-iftlt$£c.
tauned Goods—Two pound standard goods,
$ dozen: Strawberries, $1 50@.l 60; pine-appies,
standard.5240; seconds, $190^200; pears, un peeled,
S3 2b; peaches, staadaril,2-Tt>. $2 15^.2 25; seconds*
2-Tb, 5190(^2 00 : 5-H> srandard. *3 15<&3 25; 3-lb
seconds 52 75®2 85; blackberries 51 55; red chernes.
$1 75; gooseberries, 51 40; ueas. marrowfat, 52 00;
Lima beans, $1 50, string beans. Si 30. corn ranges
from 51 25(^2 00: tomatoes 2 t> £l 30<&1 35: do.. 8-&.
SI 60(^1 65: oysters. l-tt>, L w., 75(^S0c dozen;
*-Sb. 1. W..51 2501135^ dozen: 1-lb. f. w_. 51 2C
1 25- <». t. w.. 52 lSffr^-V. salmon. 51 TaflU 8a
Cfteese— m gooa supply ana tair aemand. Fair to
choice Western, 12Vb@1^C" rrram, 15^(&16i^c;
Limourger. 18c: Swiss cheese, 82©25c per 2».
Corn—Act-He and firm; quoted at from
store, for white, aud 9©96c. for mixed, is round
lots. Mixed quoted from wharf at 93©94c.
Cornmeal—is steady at f4 co per oarrel for
Western kiln-dried and $4 35 per barrel for dty
kiln-dried in round lots. Pearlmeal 55 75 per bar-
rel Grits $5 75 per barrel. City hominy, pearl-
meal and grits, *5 45 per barrel for round lots.
Feed meal 51 90 per 100 for fiftv sack lots.
Coffee—Is quiet but firm. Quotations: Or-
dinarv,l0^®llMc: fair,ll^©12c; good.l2id®123£c;
prime. l^ZblS^c: choice. i4^14V6c: pea-berry.
15@16c: Cordova, 13^<&14c: old Government Java.
2i(&26c. according to grade.
Dry Salt Meats—in good demand; snoulders
Se: long clear 956c; short clear 10V6c.
Bigre:*—Inlahundant supply and dull. By express
and from near-by railroad points, in patent cases,
25(&2Tc; irregular packing, 20c; Pay. 35c; island.
40&50C.
Floui—in good demanc. and very firm. Quo-
tations for round lots from mills: Tripie extra
57 00 per bbi; choice famiiy, 58 30; fancy, 56 35,
patent. 510 00: sacked flour s 25c tess Per bbi.
buckwheat flour, from wholesale grocers, in bar-
rels. $20 58^31 CO; in boxes, 51 T5@l 80.
Fruit—Pears—StoeES light and prices firm;
California quoted at $5 50&6 00 per box. Cran-
berries, 54 Q0®4 50 per box, SlO 00&12 00 per bbi :
Malaga grace* 511® 13 per btrt. Cocoanats, 56 50®
7 00 per 100. Dates, 7©?%c. per lb. California
figs. li&lSfcc.
Game—Live quails scarce and in good demand
at 75c per dozen.
Hams—111 good supply. Western sugar-cured
canvased selling to tne trade, trom track, in large
lots at 12j£c. From store bigner.
Hardware—Quiet. Kails 53 75 per keg.
basis lOd. Axes, per dozen. 510 50@12 00. Cast-
ings, per pound. 5c car iron. 4c per pound; sad
irons, be: barbed wire. 30J4©llUc per pound.;
anvils, per pouud, 35c; vise*, per pound. 20c
Hay—lsmrair aemand at ouotanons. Choice
Western timothy from track, 532 00: from store at
$35 00. Colorado bottom hay. S17&18 pe.* ton
Texas prairie hay. dull at 58 00; good grass color.
510 00
Hides—The market is steady, with light arrivals
and official quotations undianged. Offirial prices:
Dry Hint, as' they run. iy&f&lic; dry salted
ll£&®l2c: wet salted nomr 1
Lard-in good demana ancr steady: quoted at
12^(^12140 for refined in tierces: cans in cases. 13&
la^ic Grocers fill orders at *4.@i6c. advance.
Lemons—i/emana 11 gnt ana ctocK ampie: Mes-
sina. from wharf. 55 T5&6.25; repacked from
store, in small lots, $6 00&6 50 Malaga lemons
S4 00@.5 00 i»r boa
ftZolaases—in good demand and iirm. Old
crop Ixiuisiana quoted from receivers' hands at
35^.45c. new crop, 50(JW8c. New crop quoted bv
wholesale grocers at55@>57c. for fair to prime, and
66@63c. for strictly prime to choice. In half bbls.,
£e. advance,
Oats — Market quiet for State, steady for
Western; red rust-proof State offering from
store at 66c in round lots; Western rrom store
(4®.68c.; round lots Western from the wharf and
tr-*ck quoted at 65&67c
Oils—L»inseee. raw. 70c: boiled, 73c; castor.
SI 40. West Virginia, lubricating. 25c; golden ma-
chinery, 50c, lard oil. extra, 51 00; No. 1. 85c.:
neais-toot. 15c. train oiJL 60c-
Oranges—Are in good supply. Louisiana, 59 00
ffclO per bbi; Valencia. ££<&8 50 per box; Messina.
i 25®5 00 per box; Fleriaa, $6 per box; Mexican,
to arrive, 513 50 per bbi.
onions—Are m gyod supply and lair demand,
at steady prices: quoted at 54 00^4 25 per bar-
rel.
Pecans-Are scarce; quoted at lO^llc. per_lb.,
according to size.
Poultry—Market overstocked: chickens essy
at 52 00@2 25 oer dozen as they run: ducks 53 50;
turkey? duii at 58 006s. 11 00 per dozen for full grown:
geese neglected at S6 0o
i'etroienm-ln steady supply at 18c. per gal-
lon in barrels. 21c. in cases, for five-gallon cans,
and 31c. in cases for one-gallon cans; 150 test 31c.
in cases and 23c. in barrels. These are jobbers1
prices; a small advance from wholesalers is
charged.
Potatoes—Scarce and prices are firm.
Northern seeding quoted at 54 50<&4 75; German,
§4 50.
Raisins—Layer, 53 40 per box; London layers,
53 70 per oox.
Rice—Steady, with a fair demand and supply
light; LiOUisiana ordinary. 6)4®6V£c; fair to prime
choice.
Sardines—imported quarter ooxes 51500^1525
per case: American do. at 59 50<&10 00
Scrap Iron—Wrought scrap 515 00 per ton;
pavy castings, $13 50 per ton; stove plate, 59 00
per ton.
Salt—in ampie supply, out prices are firm.
Selling in carload lots, f. o. b.. Liverpool coarse,
90, 95^51 00; Liverpool fine. 51 35; Liverpool
fine from store. 51 25; Louisiana coarse, 90c; Louis-
ana fine. 51 25; Spanisn. 75c.
Sugar-Is quiet but very firm. Selling from
first hands as follows: Louisiana pure whites
S#a^c: choice wmtes, 9&c; off wiiites, 8}£@*9c; yeiiow
ciariheu, seconds, 7^<i£8)■4C.: open ket-
tles—none in market; nominallv quoted at 1% ,
•ftSw^c. Grocers fid orders at advance.
Northern refir.-ed firm. Cut loaf, ll^c: crushed.
liHc; powdered, lli-sc; granulated. 11c; standard
A. ioM&iOKs.
% cgetax^es—Caobare is in fair supplv at 57 50
©8 00 per crate; Kraut, firm; Quoted at 514 ]
50 per parrel: $10 50 for three-quarter bar-
rels: nalf-barreis. 5S 50<£9 00. Rutabaga turnips
S3 50 per oarrel: new sweet potatoes 75<&1 00 per j
bushel: beets $4 60 per oarrel; carrots 54 00 per ;
barrel 1 green peas, 4V^c per pound.
1% 001—Arrivals iignu The Exchange quotes:
Fall—Fine to medium 20®28c; coarse lo&ljBc;
burryand dirty 10^15c. Round lots of light, free
wools, fall clip, will bring 25c."
Moxdjlt, January
ARRIVED.
Steamship Clinton, Hill. Morgan City.
Steamship Colorado, Bolger, New York.
SAILED.
Steamsnip Clinton, Hill, Clinton.
Bark Marv Jane. Poppy, Liverpool.
Schooner Lena Hunter, Dole, Ap&lachicola.
Brig Rana, Larsen. Vera Cruz.
Brig H. C. Sibley, Parker. Boston.
Schooner Juniata Julia, Moragas, Tuspan.
MARINE DISASTERS.
From the Maritime Register, the following news
is gleaned:
The bark Minnie Gordon, from Barrow, for Gal-
veston. before reported as having put into Belfast,
November 17, with cargo shifted and otherwise
damaged, restored cargo, made necessary repairs,
and resumed her voyage December 22.
The bark Roma (Br.), Skognaar, from Amster-
dam December IS for Galveston, put into Cowes
December 25, with her cargo adrift. She must re-
stow. a
The brig Mary Allerton, Whiteman, from Mobile
for Galveston, with 4848 packages assorted mer-
chandise, was beached on Dixie Island, below
Mobile, December 22, on fire, and was totally de-
stroyed. The vessel was insured in New York and
Boston, and the cargo in New York and Eastern
companies.
The bark Sarah Douglass (Br), from Liverpool
for Savannah, which was abandoned July 26, was
fallen in with on the 28th by bark Smidt (Ger) at
Sun Francisco from Newcastle, E, and was set ou
fire. The Sarah Douglass was for many years en-
gaged in trade between Galveston and Liverpool,
IMPORTS—COASTWISE.
Morgan City—Per steamship Clinton—311 sacks
corn, 488 sacks oats, 54 bbls molasses, 1048 pkgs
general mdse, 164 pkgs tobacco, 59 pkgs fruits and
nuts, 5 pkgs vegetables, 384 pkgs groceries, 55 bxs
cracker . 78 pkgs liquors, 260 bbls potatoes.
RECEIPTS FROM THE INTERIOR.
Hodstou Direct Xa.vigu.tion Company—Per
bar«e Otter—317 bales cotton, compressed; 353 bales
cotton, flat.; total. 406 bales.
Gvur, Colorado aifp Santa Fe Railroad—j an u-
ar. a. 1S81—2916 bales cotton, 6 cars rock, 3 car hay,
3 cars lumber, 1 hand car, 2 hoses, 50 bbls powder,
1 bbls c fuse, 1 ea-k lanterns, 1 box screws, 1 box
bolts, 6 cai*s cotton seed, 1 car oats, 6 bales hay, 51
head cattle, 3 case shirts, 3 box brandy, 1 box sun-
dries, 9 bales dry hides, 34 hal-s green hides. 4 boxes
mdse, 1 cradle, 3 chairs, 3 sack pecans, 1 bbi pecans,
2 half Obis liquor, 3 case boots and shoes, 1 bale moss,
3 box axes, 2 bbls tallow, 1 car furniture, 1 caddy
tobacco, 1 pkg mdse, 8 cases eggs 1 case samples,
9 cases matches, 2 boxes type metal, 3 boxes paper,
17 cases jellies, 1 bbi w. casincs, 6 lounges, 2~bdles
backs, 2 obis soda, 9 bxs machinery. 30 bxs coffins,
50 cases y. powder, 1 bbi d. fruit, 150 bbls apples,
1 car corn. 1 car hay, 1 car bulk wheat, 273 sks c.
seed, 1 car wood, 1 car bulk oats, 2 cars bones. 2
cars oil cake, 2 cars hay, 188 bales of hay, 1 box
wine, I roll bagging, 2 bundles ties, 4 bxs glass-
ware, 2 bxs toys, 1 bx soap. 4 bbls globes, 2 Ixs
lamps, 1 bx bolts, S bxs rifles, 57 tuba butter, 2
crts telegraph wire, 30 road scrapers. 30 irons,
2 crts handles, 1 box stationary, 1 box ink,
1 bx c. mills, 2 bxs hardware, 2 kgs' nails, 1 buggy,
1 pr wheels, 1 pr shafts, 3 bdl printing paper, 3
case printing paper, 2 bags corks, 2 butcher blocks,
1 bdl legs, 1 sack skewers, 8 kegs rivets. 1 case s
pork, 3 box sundries, 3 box brockets, 3 box glass, 6
sheets iron. 6 casks chain. 4 pes chain, 1 box bolts,
20 kegs spikes, 8 bdls springs, 4 bxs sausage,
bbls celery, 3 bxs furniture, 3 railroad plows,
bdls shaves, 1 hx axes, 72 sks lint cotton.
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
STEAMSHIPS.
India, Haberland. Mkldleborough
Colorado, Bolger, New York
ships.
B. D. Metcaif. Terklesen, Reval, Idg
Julius, Meentzen, Liverpool, wtg
BARKS.
Flora, Pedersen, Liverpool, ldg
Gordon, Lane, Liverpool, ldg
Okonom, Petersen, Liverpool, ldg
N. P. NeiLen, Knudsen. Liverpool, ldg
Landseer, McKeon, Liverpool, ldg
Hermanos, Jacobsen, Liverpool, id;
....1551
....2764
....1296
.... 944
.... 494
.... 604
.... s;
41
445
392
377
450
533
325
627
515
645
850
419
673
261
320
439
333
NEW YORK LETTER.
Government Bonds—The Stock Market j
-Stcrlius-Tlie Cotton Market.
[Special Correspondence of The News.]
New York, December 28.—When the treas-
ury opened its box at 12 m. only $3500 bonds
were there, and yet, since 100th call was issue 1,
Treasurer Hillboose informs me that $11,110.-
000 bonds have been presented and redeemed
leaving only $3,900,900 of the call outstand-
ing.
There was a good demand for these bonds at
the brokers' offices to-day from parties who
wanted to skip their taxes, and who sought
the extended Gs as the cheapest bond tiiey
could buy* the sales were at about 10Ij^. A
line of £96,000 4*£s (coupons) brought 114?^.
The market is in a good shape for a rise in all
governments.
Stocks opened firmer, with an active in-
quiry, and there were a good many one-legged
bulls about, with indications that they would
have two legs before long. The rise, however,
was met with opposition, particularly by the
Gould following, who have got an idea that he
is selling out his holdings as fast as the market
will take them, which is not the case. All the
bear talk of his organ (The World) is a repeti-
tion of the stuff that frightened* holders of
Manhattan stock into giving their stock away
while he ran off with the road. And so it is
now when his organ says certain stocks, in-
cluding Union Pacific and telegraph, are goin?
to pot. When the fools are all caught then tLo
trap will be sprung like as it was on the Man-
hattan dupes.
That the market on most all the retired
shares is savagely oversold is beyond question,
the bear side has been the favorite side—and
the majority of the sales of the commission
houses have been in that current. So uniform-
ly successful have the bears been that they
can not and will not believe in a change of tbe
market to the bull side until they find pricts
way beyond their reach; and herein lies tLe
future strength of the market.
The Vanderbilts all advanced, chiefly on the
closing of some short accounts. There were
those who endeavored to create a contrary
impression, but the truth is The Vanderbiit
stocks, once so firmly believed in by investors,
have lost caste, and are at present the mere
sport of the street. Of course Vanderbiit has
the power to change all this and send his
shares up 5 per cent, a day if he chooses to < 0
so, and Gould has the same power.
There is a report that Mr. Sage has formed
a combination lor the control of the Michigan
Central, and that such a result will be a severe
shot to the lAke Shore.
In the exchange market there were rather
more cotton bills offering, at a range of 4.71
<tj4.78^. City bankers prime 6s w ere obtain-
able ac 4.79}{, and demand at 4.S3@4.So;£.
Cables ruled 4.84@4.84J^\
Cotton opened at 2 points advance, but when
the January "notices" began to fly about, and
receipts pointed to over 40,000, against 26,000
last year, prices backed down to 11.97 fur
January, 12.25 for February, 12.46 for March
and 12.66 for April. After some of the notiees
had been stopj ed there was a rally of 2(<£U
points, but the tone was feverish, though wiih
the bulls displaying a great deal of pluck, and
declaring that all the cotton would bo eared
fqr until the middle of January at least, by
which time it would be pretty well settled, it
was thought, about what the crop would
II was observed that old North Carolina
planters were buying the late months, who
were nevtr known to buy a future before.
lermanos, Jacobvt-n, Liverpool, ldg. ..
Vilhelm Foss. Josephsen, Havre, ldg..
Christiana, Amsterdam, eld
Henrik Ibsen, Neilsen, Liverpool, ldg..,
Statsraad Broch, Christensen. Cardiff..
Alamo, Rohling, Bremen, ldg
Uranus, Harris. Havre, ldg
F. H. Drews, Versatz, Havre, eld
Flid, Neilson, Rotterdam
Libra, Dahl, Cork, L o., ldg
Gutenberg, Averdamm .Bremen, ldg
Sigrid. Taaryig. Liverpool, dis
Teteans, Marcussen, Liverpool, ldg
Progress, Nedlsen, Cork. f. o., ldg
Udjus, Hansen, Bremen, ldg
Charles S. Parnell, Newman, Liverpool, ldg 790
Tamora, Sloootnb. Liverpool, ldg 520
Thomas Fletcher, Harding, Penaacola, dd 645
Liana, Anderson, Bremeu. kig. 313
Lyn, Gjeruldsen, Liverpool 265
Joseph Baker, Ryder, New Bedford, dd...
Alexandria, Morgenstjerne. Bremen, ldg 313
Hjemmet. Ingemundsen, Liverpool, ldg 401
Heinrich B^orn, Boe. Liverpool, ldg 376
Friodrtch Weyer, Kriegel, Liverpod 380
Glen Grant, Russell. Liverpool, dis 750
Sestri, Svensden, Nice 515
Mark Twain, Melville, Liverpool, ldg 792
Aster. Fylpaa, Liverpool 413
Mozart, Gjeruldsen, Troon..
Tenax Propositi, Eiiertsen. Rotterdam 439
Breidablik, Neilson, Vera Croz 378
Vesta, Thorsen. Cork, f. o., ldg 365
Virgo. Michelsen, Cork, f. o., ldg 546
Galeon, Kalsboel. Alloa
Rimfaxe, Uglund, Barcelona. 534
Geo. W. Sweeney, Hewett, Providence, ldg 680
Germania, Eggerts, Liverpool
Gustaf Adolph, Ohlsen. Lisbon 32a
Leviathan, Pedersen, Almeira, Spain. 392
Arda, Kay, Oporto
Salome, Neilson, Barcelona
Stanley, Wrolasen, Vera Cruz..
y, Host, Vera Cruz
brigs.
Try, Host, VeraCruz..
Emily Walters, Sloman, Newport, dis 319
Miletus, Pedersen, Newport, dis 25;
Stray, Wikborg, Rio de Janeiro 286
Papa Ciacoma. Laura. Havre, ldg 394
Dictator, McKenzie, Troon 390
Julia E. Haskell, Paine, Baltimore 344
Mary. Petranich, Rotterdam 284
Fram, Oorsard, Rio de Janeiro 225
Solveig, Diederickuen. Rio de Janeiro 313
Florence, Flynn, New York. 334
L. M. Merritt, Barrett. Pensacola, eld 5*67
Mette Katherine. Aukersen, Rio de Janeiro lii5
Noatun, Laerke, Liverpool 243
SCHOONERS.
E S. Lee, Lee, Philadelphia 497
Lizzie Lane. West, Philadelphia, eld 231
R. H. Rath bum, Crowell, Boston 366
Eddie Huck, Bartlett, Philadelphia 394
R. F. Hart, McCobb, Baltimore 345
Addie Ryerson, Cushman, 1 Jtimore 3
Ada A. Kennedy, Kennedy, Bath 633
Helen A. Chase. Adams. Wicasset 599
J. M. Fiutpatrick, Fleming, New Orleans 212
Carrie Bell, Seavy, Bo-ton.» 274
VESSELS LOADING, CLEARED AND SAILED
FOR GALVESTON.
new YORK.
Schooner Jefferson, Gibbs sid Dec 8
Schooner Washington, Jordan eld Dec 27
Steamship Guadalupe, Niekerson sld Dec 31
Schooner Franklin, Nichols at Dec 28
philadelphia.
Schooner E. H. Harriman, Smith at Nov 29
Schooner Annie J. Trainor (i»ew). Oskins.sld Dec 16
Schooner Harbeson Hickman, Rich sld Dec 35
Scboorer Ruth F. Carlisle, Smith at Dec 20
Schooner Fred J. Collins, Scull at Dec 27
Schooner Welaka, Perkins sld Dec 24
bangor.
Schooner Levi Hart, Giles sld Sept 27
gardner, me.
Schooner M. A. Achorn, Achorn sld Oct 18
mobile.
Schooner W. H. Hopkins, Steelman sld Nov 12
baltimore.
Schooner E. L. Dow, Riley at Dec
liverpool.
Bark Orion, Knoudsea at Dec 1
Bark Henrik Ibsen. Houlder sld Dec 13
Bark Beethoven, Warn ken sld Oct 26
Bark Brothers and Sisters, Atkinaon sld Oct 25
Bark Tancreed, Juell sld Oct 27
Bark Elizabeth, Lockner sld Oct 26
Bark Veranda, Falck sid Dec 1:
Bark Frederida, Krohn at Nov 16
Baric Polander, Platon sid Dec
Brig Speranza. Rich man at Dec
Bark Herbert, Fischer. at Doc 15
Bark Minnie Gray, Borrell eld Dec 34
Bark Orion, Knudsen dd Dec 12
NEWPORT, eng.
Steamship Suez sld Dec
Bark Emma Parker, Larsen sld Nov
Brig Taritta, Knudsen sld Dec
rotterdam.
Brig Fannie C., Brown
Bark Lovetand, Bastrop
Bark Maria, Brauer
hamburg.
Bark Betty, Rowehl
Bark Clifton, Potts sld Aug 10, via Santos
cardiff.
Steamship Deepdale
... .sld Dec 14
eld Dec 24
eld Dec
. .aid Nov
Brig Sjohvat, Neilsen
Bark Madonna, Pet
sld Dec 19
sld Nov 19
sld Oct 27
sld Oct
, Petersen
Bark Peabody, Ommeudsen..
fecamp.
Bark Chapman, Jacobsen at Sept
swansea.
Brig Antzee, Johansen sld Nov
amsterdam.
Bark Speranza, Olsen sld Oct 18
Bark Hedwig Elenora, Magnussen ski Nov
Bark Roma, Skognaar sld Dec 13
troon.
Bark Dux, Einersen sld Nov IS
rio de janeiro.
Brig Eimund, Mas-nussen at Oct 6
Bark Anma, Schmidt sld Nov 36
I Bark Jerbuh, Svensden eld Nov 21
glasgow.
BrigStabel, Fuglestadt sld Nov 3
fleetwood.
Bark Sicham, Berentsen sld Nov 18
belfast.
Bark Minnie Gordon, Mcllgorm. sld Dec 22
ALGIERS.
Bark Sirius, Jorgensen sld Nov 10
akprossan.
Bark lav, Book at Nov —
antwerp.
Ship Oneota, Owens sld Dee 25
bordeaux.
Bark Sofia, Nordin sld Nov 28
martport.
Bark Richard, McLaughlin sld Dec 10
london.
Brig Themis, Anderson at Dec —
marseilles.
Bark Carl, Olsen sld Nov 16
workington.
Bark Staubo, Neilsen sld Dec 23
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HI ARRETS BIT TELEGRAPH.
Havana, December 31.—Spanish gold, 182%@183.
Exchange—Weak in United States 60 days; gold,
8J4<&8$4 premium; do., short sight, 9W®9Pre-
mium on London, 18H<&19; do. on Paris, 4J*.
Rio de Jan tiro. December 31.—Coffee—good
firsts. 43.00©42 50 reis per 10 kilos. Exchange on
London. 21<§,24d.
Santos, December 31. —Coffee—Surperior Santos,
59.00<£41.00 reis per 10 kilos.
Havana, December 31.—Supar market quiet. Re-
ceipts moderate. Sales new sugar. 1200 hhds. Cen-
trifugal polarizing, 93(&96^£ degrees, at per
arrobe; 1000 hhds centrifugal at Sagui, 9 reals
S!.ock in warehouse at Havana and Matanzas, 13,350
boxes. 36.000 bags, SJ00 hhds. Receipts during the
week—450 boxes, 2250 bags, 5100 hhds. Shipments
during the week—450 boxes, no bags, 870 hhds; all . - - , . n
hhds were to the United Stitea. Bacon 89 G0&31 00 hoped to bring it about."
i,Ki-nan^T> n.ii" t'\vt RiiUnr ciiiuunnr A I Tillt-. VOll hAVft aCCOmi
Official Life a Disappointment.
The following is from an interview with ex-
Postmaster-General James in the New York
Tribune of Saturday:
u What do you think of official life, meas-
ured from your experience?" toe reporter
asked.
Disappointing." replied Colonel James,
after a moment's thoughts "I suppose," he
continued, "that every boy has an ambition
when he starts out in life. You know-1 began
as a printer, and, without any idea of achiev-
ing so much fame, I hoped to emulate Frank-
lin. He was postmaster-general of the
United States, and inasmuch as I
reached the same position from a similar
jinning, I suppose I ought to be eatfs-
fied. My experience, however, has been not
only disappointing, but it h as been a sad one.
You know with what bright hopes we started
out last March, and how everything was
thrown into chcas by the assassination of Gen-
eral Garfield. I had hoped to do much for the
postal service. It was my intention to visit
every large posfeoffloe in the country and place
them all on the same footing, so far as similari-
ty of system of work could do it. But outside
of Boston, Philadelphia, New York, and the
Southern seaboard, I have done almost noth-
ing. Tbe service wants unification, and I had
currency, per cwt. Butter, superior American,
50 G0{&55 00, currency, per quintal. F our, 29 00^ j
32 00, currency, per barrel, for American. Jerked
beef, 45(3,46 reals, currency, per arrobe. Hams-
American sugar-cured, 35 90<&37 OQ, currency, per
quintal for Northern; 38 00<&40 00 for Southern.
Lard in kegs. 34 00©34 50, currency, per quintal: in
tins, 36 00&07 00; potatoes, 8 50<&9 00 currency
per bbi: tallow. 17 00&24 00 currency per quintal;
wax, yellow, 7 00(^10 00 gold per arrobe; onions,
14 00<ai5 00 currency per bbi for American; empty
hogsheads, 4 00®4 50 gold; lumber firm, white
pine. 33 00&35 00 gold per 1000 feet; pitch pine,
34 00®35 00; shooks in fair demand, box
reals, gold: sugar hogsheads, 39<3>20 reals; molas-
ses hogsheads, 21&22 reals; white navy beans, 29
©29*$ rrais. currency per arrobe; chewing tobac-
co, 46 O0&54 00 gold per quintal; corn, 10&&l<9ft j
real-; currency per arrobe; hoops dull, long staved.
48 00(2^49 60 currency per 1000. Freight better;
loading at Havana for United States per hogshead
of sugar 2 0v^3 50 currency; to Falmouth and
But you have accomplished something in
the unearthing of the Star-routa frauds," the
reporter remarked.
" Tcould not have done what little I have
had it not been for the faithful and energetic
service rendered by Second Assistant Post-
master-General Elmer, Inspector Woodward
and Colonel George Bliss. Colonel Bliss has
been indefatigable, and he is still watching
and will watch that hole until he is sure there
is nothing more to come out of it. He has in
his possession at the present time the reports
of the inspectors, who have been over every
suApected roots, and the information, although
it has not been mads public, is of an important
character. It must have the same effect on a
jury as on individuals, but as the uncertainty
of the law is proverbial, no one can predict
what the outcome will be."
Our Hampered Exports.
[New York Times.1
The original theory on which high duties on
imported goods were justified wi.s that they
would build up a home market for agricultural
products, and that in this way the farmers
would more than get back the money which
they would have to pay for the protected
manufactures. This theory may have some
support up to the point where agricultural
products are sufficient and no more for the
home market, or w here foieign food can not
be brought in more cheaply—as is often, and
of late generally, the case in France and Ger-
many. When this point is passed in either di-
rection, the farmer pays his tax to the favored
manufacturer, and gets no return. The price
of his products is then determined by tho pr ce
abroad. He gets no more for his whe t at
home than he would get ii it were sold for ex
port : or, if foreign wheat is imported, lie gets
no more for his than the imported wheat can
be brought in for. In either cas^, the homr? 1
market, of which he was to have a monopoly
similar to that which the high duties give the
manufacturer, passes beyond his control. This
is the simple statement of o"bvious facts, which
every intelligent farmer can understand with-
out difficulty.
The application to our own country is very
plain. The agricultural interest of the United
Suites long siaco passed the point at which the
product can be taken by the home market. It
is, therefore, no longer a partner in the as-
sumed- joint enterprise imagined by the early
protectionists. It is, on the contrary, taxed
for the benefit of the other partner, lo some
extent this is, aud under any circumstances
will be for a long time, unavoidable. The
policy of the government is firmly axed in
favor of indirect taxation that a very large
part of our necessary revenue will for many
years, if not always, be drawn from duties on
imports. There is no question of placing ail
American industry on exactly the s-ame plane
as foreign industry, nor can there be. There
will be heavy taxation of imports levied on
goods competing with American goods, and
giving the producers of the latter a decided
advantage, und to this the rest of the country
will submit more or less patiently.
The real question is whether toe special fa-
vors bestowed by the law shall be reduced to
reasonable 1 mits, and whether they shall be
distributed e evti ly as possible over a consid-
erable number c industries, or whether they
shall be extravagant in amount and given to a
few industries to the injury of ali others. As
we have said, agriculture ia the United Stau s
has outgrown the home market. It is com-
pelled to export a large surplus, and that sur-
plus constitutes the bulk of the exports from
ali sources. Wheat, corn, provisions, cotton,
with petroleum, form practically the great
bodj of our exports, and their price is det r
mined year in and year out, in the u ain, by
the foreign price. The farmers and plant »i s
who produce these exports pay substantially
the entire burden of the excessive pr tective
taxes. Everything they use and wfar a::d
some things that they eat are taxed to prevent
them from buying in clipper foreign ma-kets.
The material of their tccis, their Bouses, their
household goods, and t «*-; c-otning is so tax -d.
From the ax w ith whi~a they clear thtir liind,
to the steam plow that plows the prairies, irom
the sacLs in which they bag their potatoes, to
the carpets on their "jarlor" flours, the
manufacturer is allowed to take his toll on
everything. Nordoe*the unfairness stop there.
The wagon on which the produce is drawn to
the station, the cars on which it is seut to the
seaboard, the rails on which the cars are run,
the iron in every warehouse, dock, cr freight-
boat on the way, all these are compelled" to
pay tribute, more or less, but always certa n.
So long as thy demand for our food products
was large, this burden was relatively tolerable;
that is to say, that while the tribute required
from tne farmer was too large, his profits were
sufficient to allow him to pay them without b -
ii g compelled to cut c?» *-n his ordinary com-
forts. But if the corps abroad should improve
as much as they have done in 1SSI, if tbe ex-
tension of agriculture should go on as it lias
done since 1878. if the surplus should increase
and the foreign markets afford but low
prices for it, what is now tolerable
would become intolerable, and would
not be borne. The entire want of reason
and fairness in the adjustment of the discrimi-
nating taxes of the government would become
apparent. The farming interest has already
shown in the brief, ill-diiected, lut powerful
Granger movement what it can do in the way
of political action, when the farmers have
made up th6ir minds what they really want.
When that same energy and resolution shall
be directed to the change of the tariff, it will
be as unreasonable and perhaps as mischievous
as it was when directed toward the railroads,
if present abuses remain to excite indignation
and disgust. In the interest of manufacturers
them^eives, timely and even radical reform is
every day becoming more imperative.
Almost a Panic iu Philadelphia.
[Philadelphia Press, December 24.]
Yesterday was a day of fearful anxiety a:;d
stirring events in Third street. For a week
the stock market has b.en declining rapidly,
and prices are reaching a point where, ii tu re
is not a halt, serious consequences m ay foLow.
Many an operator wended his way to the
street with his broker's call for more margin
in his pocket, well knowing that only an up-
wa.'d turn in the market would save Lum. Tne
anxiety w.th which the early quotations we e
scanned w as great, and thj first figures h .d
out some hope to the holder of stocks on a pr. -
carious margin. It was but short lived, how-
ever, for in half an hour the jubilant bears Lad
the market on the downward turn, and it
stemed for a few minutes as if a panic
ould ensue. During the excitement
the announcement was mi.de that
Wm. P. Camblos and D. S. Thompson, both
members of tbe Stock Exchange, had failed.
Tne bond room became a Bedxam, and the
brokers fairly screamed their bios. When the
racket quieted, Pennsylvania had reached 5'J>£,
and the rest of tiio market, except Reading,
was down in proportion. Some outaiue buyers
sent in their orders, when something like order
was restored by a vigorous pounding of tbe
chairman's gavel, which was kept going near-
ly ail day, and there was a rahy for half an
hour. Meantime, it was discovered that tne
failures were of 110 importance, and would
have no further effect on the market
than had been seen, which was caused
by the throwing of the shares ot tl e
unfortunate brokers on the market. Keith r
gentleman did a commission business, bat
both of them were speculators. Mr. Camblos
was credited with making $150,000 during la-t
year and the early part of t-h s, and he was one
of the most pronounced bulls on the streer,
being a short time ago long of every stock ou
the market but three. Mr. Thompson has. Leeu
a member of the board lor about two years.
Curiously enough Mr. Thompson was a bear.
He is said to have made a handsome profit in
Northern Pacific recently on the short side of
the market. He covered at 77, and naturally
thought there would be a recovery, and pur-
chased the stock at about that figure. The de-
cline continued, aud within three days
Mr. Thompson was " wiped out." Mr.
Camblos was long of the Northern Pacific
aud Pennsylvania and Reading. His holdings
were 4800 Reading and £>00 Pennsylvania, and
quite a large quantity of the 1 acilics. The
actual loss irom these lailures will not be over
$10,000 or $15,000. It was said another broker
was in hot water, but he was given until to-
day by his lenient creditors to make up h.s
margin. Meantime the roar from the stock
board was as steady as that from the sea, and
prices rose and lell as the waves on the sandy
beach. To the uninterested observer th *
brokers were mad men engaged i%i a war of
words, which threatened to come blows at
anv moment. Wh. n o o'clock cami every on ;
was completely tired out with physical aud
mental fatigue. The day's business!was a very
large one.
Physicians prescribe Brown's Iron Bitters
, for weakness, dyspepsia and low spjrits.
TEXAS STATE ITEMS.
BRAZOS.
Bryan Pilot: Cotton continues to come in
pretty lively. Bryan has received up to date
over 10,000 bales Colonel John 1). Rogers
and Mr. Gerald, of Millican, recently landed
14D negro laborers at that place from North
and South Carolina Bryan has a cotton
seed oil factory, cotton gin and mill factory,
jlaining mills, carriage and wagon factories,
resides other mechanical pursui:s. Cotton and
wool factories are needed and would pay.
Also, brewery and ice factory.
cameron.
Brownsvills Cosmopolitan: Oil Saturday
the trial of Antonio Lopez and Alejos Garza,
charge ! with the murder of Mr. Bishop, was
concluded. In summing up the evidence, the
speech of District Attorney W. E. Cummings
was remarkable for its force and energy and
the clear and telling way in which the evidence
was handled. The lawyers for the defense
then presented their side of the case, and the
argument for the State was closed by Mr.
Weils. The iury, after being out a short time,
returned with a verdict of guilty of murder in
the first degree and assessing the penalty at
death. The verdict has given universal satis-
faction.
HILL.
Hubbard City Herald: There are two new
stores and several dwellings now being built in
this city Many farmers are grazing their
wheat in order to prevent it from jointing.
Our farmers are making good use of this
pr -tty spell of weather by turning over tfce
soil... .There is now over 3tOOO,OCO feet of lum-
bar engaged for this place The new Bap-
tist church and masonic hall is rapidly ap-
proaching completion The oat aud wheat
crops iu this section are said to
be very flattering for this season
of the year. The acreage is much
greater than it has ever been This city has
one of the nicest city halls of any towajuf
twice its size iu the State. Traveling troupes
would do we 1 to make a note of the fact A
temperance council has been organized in this
place with a membership of about seventy-
five members The nude and female academy
has now been open about one month,and the reg-
ular daily attendance is one hundred aud eight,
but the next thirty days the number is ex-
pected to be increased to one hundred and fifty.
johnson.
Cleburne Chronicle: Hagler Bros., of Ha-
ley's Branch, killed a hog a few days since
which weighed 733 pounds The Cleburne
House has been constantly crowded since the
completion of the Santa Fe road to this city....
Colonel B. J. Chambers is having four new
buildings put up between Henderson and
Chambers streets, and fronting the Santa F'e
depot, to be used for business houses.
ORANGE.
Tribune: Arrangements are now completed
for the erection of an extensive machine shop
and foundry in Orange Three steamboats
loading and*unloading at our wharves at tbe
same time, presented rather a lively sight....
Forty loaded cars pulled out from Orange
Tuesday morning The lake is said to be
alive with ducks The cit}r planing mills ate
getting down to it in earnest.... .Orange is
growing slow iy. substantially, and socially.
WILBARGER.
Prohibition carr ed throughout the county
by a good majority.
washington.
Receipts and shi; - ments of cotton at Brenham
for the week en »,ng December 30, 1881: Re-
ceipts, 3?>3 bales: s i an silts, 201 baies; stock on
hand. 2163 -tan- ; total receipts this season,
*20,049 bales.
/
Many miserable people drag themselves about
with failing strength, feeling that they are steadily
siuking into their graves when, by using Parker's
'Jinger Tome, they would find a cure commencing
with the first dose, and vitality and strength surely
coming back to lhem. See other column.
S.IVJB STOCK.
Tom Green County Times: G. W. De Long
lias lately purchased about 700 head of goats
of Mr. V eck.
We had the pleasure of seeing Mr. Murchi-
son, who has just returned from Pecos and
Presidio counties, looking for a stock location.
He informs us that he had a very pleasant tri^,
fine weather, and saw some very pretty coun-
try ; but says he could not find water m suffi-
cient quantities for a large fctock ranch. We
infer he intends remaining in this county.
Adair Brothers have branded out of their
stocks of catle, fit their ranches on Champion
Creek and Colorado River, in Mitchell coun-
ty, 5500 calves this year. They expect to brand
next year between six and seven thousand, and
they expect to leave from thair herd about
2000 three and four-year-old beeves to put on
tbe market in the spriug.
San Antonio Express: The demand general-
ly exceeds the supply, and tbe practice of buy-
ing for future delivery is continued. The out-
loolc is favorable for better prices in the spring.
Cows, per head §16 01)^90 00
Milch cows, per head. 25 00@35 00
Yearling steers and heifers 10 00^11 00
Two-year-old steers & heifers, pr. hd. 14 0U@15 00
Three-year-old steers & heifers, pr. hd. — @18 00
Four-year old steers & heifers, pr. h. — ©22 08
No. 3 oxen 25 00it30 00
Mexican ewes, per head
Improved Mexican
Graded to shear 4 lbs
Graded to shear 5 lbs
Graded to shear 6 lbs
Mutton, weighing 70 to 80lbs.
SO to 95 lbs
Horses, uubroken, 14 hands A up ward.
Broken horses, 14 hands and upward.
Mules, 14 to 35 hands
First-class mares, by carload
3 63®, 2 00
2 00® 2 25
2 50® 3 00
3 00® 3 50
3 50® 4 50
1 50® 2 00
1 75® 2 25
34 00@38 00
25 00®30 00
40 00&50 00
32 00®36 00
J. P. Carb, Esq.. a prominent lawyer, of
Augusta, Ga.: " Tutt's Pills have been used
in my case (Torpor of ttf e Liver) and in my
family with marked success. I belSve them
superior in all biliary derangements to any
pills ever made. It is the only remedy that
uas In my «xperienc« proved eflfrotual for ner-
vous headache. They never fail."
X UMISX1C MJ.R1LET*
Orange.
[From the Tribune.]
Shingles, sawed hearts $3 50®. —
shingles, sawed saps 2 75® —
Scantling 14 00® J-
Fencing J4 00® —
18 00ft —
Flooring.
Ceiling
All hem
Lath, plastering
Spear-head pickets, rough
Ditto, dressed
Fancy ditto, rough
Ditto, dressed
16 00
14 00<
16 00® —
.... 2 25® —
....10 00® —
. ..15 00® —
13 00® —
18 00® —
Lake Charles.
[Reported weekly from Ryan & Geary's Steam
Saw-mills.]
FIXE LUMBER, PER M.
First-class $15 00® —
Second-class 9 00® —
Log tlirough 11 00® —
Dressed ceiling 34 00® 15 00
Dressed flooring 29 00® —
Dressed boards 12 00®l€ 00
Cypress shingles, hand made, hearts... 3 50® —
Ditto, ditto, saps.... 2 25® —
Cypress cistern staves 20 00® —
Protection from Malaria.
The preventive is the fa; -famed Southern rem-
edy, Simmons Liver Regulator, a purely vegetable
tonic , cathartic and alterative. It acts more
promptly in curing aii forms of malarial diseases
than calomel or quinine, without any of the in-
jurious consequences which follow their use. Take
the Regulator and it will keep your liver, bowels
and kidneys in perfect order, and you will never
have nn experimental knowledge of the meauisg
of the word malaria.
RAILROAD NEWS.
January 1,18S2, the new line to California
via El Paso, Texas, composed of tbe St. Louis,
Ir n Mountain and Southern railway, Texas
and Pacific railway and Southern Pacific rail-
way opened for freight and passengers.
Chief Engineer Conolly, of the Sabine Pass
and Texas Northern Railway Company, ad-
dressed to the editor of the 'Marshall iler&ld
the following note in regard to the work on
the road. It is to the point, and 6hows busi-
ness on its face, and will be read with interest
by our people. It speaks for itself. Here is is:
Marshall, Texas, December 29, 1881.—Editor
Herald: As an item of interest to the people. I
will state th t there is already a mile of grading
completed, and a miie and a half of the right of
way cleared, on the S. P. and T. N. railway. At
the present rate of progress aud with the present
force employed, we will reach the Sabine river ia
forty days. R. A. Conolly, Chief Engineer.
Cure for Shin Diseases and Itching
Piles.
The symptoms of Itching Piles are a perspiration,
swinging itching, worse at night: feels as if pin
worms were about the rectum. The private parts
often are similiarly affected. For this distressing
complaint we know of no better remedy than
SWayne's Ointment. As a pleasant and effect:ve
cure for Tetter. Pimples, Rash, Blotches or any
crusty skin eruption it is unequaled. Sold by
druggists.
Pennsylvania Independent Republi*
cans.
The independent Republicans of Penn
nia have issue I an address af Philadelphia set-
ting forth that the representative conventions
of the State should reflect and record the will
of the party, ra< her than the decrees of a po-
litical junta, which has been the result re-
centlv. The party, to succeed, must have a
speedy deliverance from the tyranny of per-
sonal dictation. The object of the indepeneent
Republicans is to send good men to the State
convention, s<xra to be called, so that proper
nominations shall be made.
Diamonds and Jewels at Atlanta.
No visitor to the Atlanta Exposition should fail
tovi it the Art Building and see the magniticent
displav of the E. Jaceard Jewelry Company, of St.
Louis ?house founded more r.haa half century ago.)
It embodies the finest collection of Gems, Dia-
monds and Gem Jewelry (including a matched pair
ot diamonds of great brilliancy, valued at $10,(X)0).
Watches, Bronzes, Artistic Silverware, Japanese
Curios, etc., ever seen in the South, and offers
a rare opportunity for all to secure wedding or
holiday gifts upon the most favorable terms.
Now that the craze for prohibition is on in
St. Albans, meu who couldn't induce anybody
to listen to them heretofore, are regarded as
orators, and are attentively listened to while
they denounce rumsellers. Half the town has
gone int j speech-making. On every corner is
a box w*ith an orator on it, and while one
listener holds out, you bet the crusade will!
A country postmaster wrote to the post-
master-general a day or two ago ago, saying;
" A man's wife dropped a letter in this office
addressed to another man; the husband sus-
pects something wrong. Shall I deliver the
letter to him?" The postmaster was instructed
that the husband could not get the letter in
that way. _
How to Secure Health.
It seems strange that anyone will suffer from the
many derangements brought on by an impure con-
dition of the blood, when Rosada lis will restore
perfect health to the physical organization. Rosa-
oalis is indeed a strengthening syrup, pleasant
to take, and has proved itself to be the best blood
purifier ever discovered, effectually curing
Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders, Weakness of the
Kidneys, Erysipelas, Malaria: all nervous disor- '
ders and Debility, Bilious complaints, and ali Dis-
eases indicating an impure Condition of the Blood,
Liver, Kidnej's, Stomach, Skin, etc. It contacts
indigestion. A single bottle of Rosadalis acts
lies a charm when the complaint is of an exhaust-
ive nature, having a tendency to lessen the natural
vigor of the brain and nervous system. Of all
1 druggists.

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The Galveston Daily News. (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 245, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 3, 1882, newspaper, January 3, 1882; Galveston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth463807/m1/3/ocr/: accessed November 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.

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