REMARKABLE Cot ion wood —Colonel (J. yille, vvhcr has for ten years, horses, 'mules, season are fa r Fails. Kan., Feb. ^2. Ci-ouch, of Siifford- Vu.'t'ii an axictioneer >nys ilia prices of liogs and those i his of vious years. In running from ? 1. time reiiuircd for JO1I1 , s I].. eu) assortment (!roucU conducted last week, "" -to $U,000, each auelion be.tween one and one-half and a , u , ,,„, tlll|llis i=ol[ , , lu( } . .,,,,^,.,] of Iiv ,, . sU)} . k 1)llt of "the was I we OI1 . .,„ implement:; in Hie si-non, that of Dav \Voods, near lilm- lale, in^ which the proceeds imunnted to 5.u."-00, iti.lOi.l of his nniouut was ca^li, leaving only ?IOU. "for'which notes were given. sales which Mr. , • (MC ' vhich would nuh.rally consume | , ""le held ,ar,y in the s,,- ,, >i ,• ,i IT. • i ,,-,,,, i •\t (... ('. Ridev s Kale at ISlnubile a , , . . . ,, days ago, several suckjng colts j ^ tliaf sold brought from SI.") to íüS jpiece. At Ilie Stone sale at Saffordville, milch cows' "sold up lo |!(S, ¡ind good cows all over (he country are easily averaging $."]<) or ?CO per head. At (he sale held at the Harvey ranch recently during a snow storm, there were twenty-live brood sows which .-:old ¡if ¡m a vertigo price, of $:!'_' i"-r head.; Yearling steers are selling ¡ill the. way from ?u^> to S-12 a lnad. Mules seem lo be • about the high'-st thing on the market. Mr. Crmicli says good mules have sold lliis- scusun from :;00 up to $.">oi> a span, and ihaf he recently sold one yearling mule for $ntl. Of all - the sale» hilil ¡n this '.-unun during I lie full and winter, Air. Crouch believes il is safe to aay (hat Uii per .'cent. of the proceeds havi- been. cash.