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HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1892. WOKS. M.-~ [Stock letter turt»rwf|PF , , by j ^lH '""r <:uti8a.s Grain and lilvo Stfl ^l &^pany.l—Reading closed in tho B ^prexchange on Saturday .at tt'XK, btit after the done it was mmored that the- stock was offered at r>4 in the eonRolidiitcd board. It was the current rltmow that Governor Abbott would voto the bill for legali /.ing the Heading deal and thin action would take place Ut-iUorrow, wugem wore offered how ever, yesterday that Heading would sell Up throe to five points before that much decline, and it would sell at 70 this year. Oeo. J. Gould is said to have been buying stock some extent lately i through Combs, but the yesterday that the main elevated stock he bought lately, was for himself. He purchased it mainly on torn mack's advice. The Richmond Terminal system is removed from the danger of, a receivership and those who Stepped forward to the rescue of the property arc entitled to great credit for courage and ability in arranging the organization. Atchison. Topclca and Santa I<v. :iiM,i. Missouri Pacific. r>0. Hock iRlanil, 80S, St. Paul, Ilk. Union Pncllic, Western Onion. 87^. Silver, 874(. Clilt-llKO. CmoAOO, April I. —[Special advices received by the Kansas Grain and Live Stock company.]—-Wheat opened weak and at irregular prices. The holders who had placed their confidence in Mr Hatch's explicit statement that his corrected bill would propose nothing that would.interfere with any trading now Authorised by the rules of this board . of trade, wore panic stricken by the radical features of the bill which was published yesterday. Kithcr Mr. Hatch's understanding of the English language as written is deficient or his regard for strict truth Impaired, From the start I'ardridge came in as a buyer, and pressing offer ings were absorbed In this way. Excepting for the early cables and the option bill, the news was uniformly bullish. A storm center was reported as developing in the west and north Dakota, and reports of a sc blizzard. Minneapolis reported 000 bushels of wheat sold to Philudel phia and Chicago. Shippers reported a Bale of 140,000 bushels of hard 'No. li spring wheat at 2}i cents over May prices. Partridge sold heavily on the advance, but the market closed strong so remarkably so that it was in the face of such threatened legislation as Mr. Hatch's committee contemplates Corn and oats opened weak from rca- " sons that influenced wheat, but the weafjher brought some buying and the market hold firm though dull. Provisions were dull and weak with the packing interest selling. . The following In the range of prices for active futures: Crornie Montague . of Cromore house, town of llnlloylease, county of Londonderry, was to-day convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to hard labor for one year. She was indicted on Saturday for manslaughter for killing her ii-ycar-old daughter Helen, and for cruelty to Austin, Walter and Gilbert, three of her sons under the age of 14 years. ItelcmiMfd on Hull. CUIRAOO, April 4.— Mrs. Mary r rll 4.—Airs. Mary Kteb- for causing the death of Mrs. Nichols, by the so-called Christian Science treatment, was released to-day on bail of $5,000. KlftBl'l Saved lip, A traveling man, who was also the hoad of a prosperous firm, promised his newly wedded wife that he would give her a dollar every tlmo ho kisBod her, and in that way alio could save plenty of money. Things wont on in this way for several years, ond, as hp mado plenty of money, ho faithfully kept his promise. Finally roverecs camo ond tho onco prosperous traveling wan found that he was virtually a pauper. Ho went home to his wife and told her all. She, however, did not seem to feci worried, and ho was somewhat surprised when she asked him to take a ride with her that afternoon, but lie accepted her invito- Hon. Passing a largo block on a well known street sho said, "That's mino." Soon sho camo to a handsome fiat and rsaid, 'That's mine." Well, she showed him several plsces with the same remark until ho began to bo suspicious, and in quired, "How in the donco did you accumulate so much wealth?" "Do you remember tho contract you mado when wo were first married!" sho said. "Yes," he replied, "1 do." "Well, I invested it and it lias made us rich." Tho traveling man hung his head and said nothing. This was kept up for thirty minutes, until his wife became alarmed, and sho asked, "What in the world is tho matter, and what nro you thinking about?" Ho Baid, "I was thinking of how rich we would bo if 1 had done all my kissing at home."—Michigan Tradesman. As he spoke he jerked his thumb toward a pasteboard card which ornamented tho wall of tlie saloon: It read: "A looloo beats four aces." The game proceeded but it was plainly evident that the unsophistclated young tiger hunter had something on his mind. Within five minutes he suddenly braced up, his face was wreathed in smiles, and he began betting with his former vigor and recklessness. In fact, he staked his Inst dollar on his hand. At this juncture the barkeeper Btopped in the midst of a concoction of a Manhattan cocktail and quietly hung up another card behind the bar and above the dazzling array of glasses and bottles. Tho stranger threw down his cards with an exultant whoop. "It's my time to howl just about now." he ciied as he reached for the money. "There's a looloo for you—three clubs and two diamonds." "Tut, tut!" exclaimed the miner "Really this is too bad. You evidently don't understand our rules at all. You don't mean to tell me that you play poker in such a fast and loose, slipshod way down east, do youV Why look at that rule over there." lie pointed directly over the head of Opcn'd Hlgh't. TjOW'Ht ClOB'g. WnKAT. 7S!i 7 »M 77 Si 70 July 7H7i 7S«; 7»?< CORN. :i -'-4 July :i7« "':i7Ji "":i7-S "":ii'H June :i-.f May "":iu'?i ':iii;.i " ";io : ;i OATS. July -r May •M'i as POIIK. as 10 "0 1(1 20 in ir> 10 15 July 10 X>.'i 10 :iU!'i 10 3714 10 :i0 i,Attn. July (I aa« «:iaw o JISH (1 3V/, May U'JO 1180 (1 'JO a an Ill 118. 5 (10 r, «o ') (10 D 00 July r, 70 5 75 0 72!4 5 75 A Grateful RoitponM. An employer recently advertised in • London paper for a clork understanding shorthand and the Remington typewriter, and having a knowledge of Fronch and Gorman. For those qualifications ho offered a salary of sixty poundB per annum. He received tho following application: "1 am forty -five years of ago, and was educated at Oxford university, where 1 matriculated in WOO, being senior wrangler in 1871. I write shorthand at tho rate of 400 worde a minute, and can operate two typewriters at onco. Should this latter accomplishment lie of use in your office, 1 would be pleased to supply the machines. 1 speak all tho European languages fluently, am an expert account- Ant, and would be prepared to work eighteen hours a day. Tho salary yon mention is more than 1 hove been ro- ceiviug, ond 1 would accept less, as, living on nuts and water, my expenses are moderate. I am a member of four burial clubs, so that, in the ovent of my decease while in your employ, you will feel under no moral obligations to subscribe to the cost of my funeral. 1 may further add that I nm tho holder of the London merchant's gold medal for an essay on 'Ovorpaid Clerks, or Why Encourage Luxury?' I have various other accomplishments, which I wonld bo happy to detail atau interview."—Paper World. Th» BVeanlng of Wordi*. Is Hood's Sarsaparilla » » concentrated extract of SarsaparlUo.. Yellow Dock, 1 'lpsiBscw.l, Juniper Berries, faandrnko. Dandelion, and ether valuable vegetable remedies, every Ingredient being strictly puro, and tho best of Its "kind it Is possible to buy. It Is prepared by thoroughly competent pharmacists, In tho most careful manner, by a peouliar Combination, Proportion and Process, giving to it curatlyo power Peculiar To Itself It will cure, when In the power of medicine Scrofula, Bait Rheum, Blood Poisoning, Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Slok Headache, Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all difficulties with the Liver and Kidneys. It overcomes That Tired Feeling,Creates au Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve, bodily, and digestive strength. Hood's 8arsapar!lla Is sold by all druggists. %U six (or $5. Prepared only by C. L Hood Si Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. N, B. If you decide to take Hood's Barsapa- rDJa do not be induced to buy any other. IOO Doses One Dollar WUEAT—No. 2 red HW&HOc; No. :i red H0c; I No. 1! spring 7SHc; No. 0 Hpring 7.'lc. KVE-Nors 75c. OOllN—Nq. 11 :i8Mc; No. !.' U7!4c; No. 4 H4)f I ffpiiflc. 1 OATS—No. 2 U8>4c; No. 2 white aoMc; No. :i white 2()©SUHc. KniiHtiH City. KANSAS Crrv. April 4. WflEAT-Entlrely nominal. OOHN—Dull; sold at rtiltfc. ltUlTKU-Uncbangcd. BOOK—Unchanged: HAY—Steady. FLAX SKEIi-Stcady. MVK STOCK. KaiiHUS City. UANHAS CITY , April 4. CATTLE— Huceipts.l.OUO: Hh!pmeiU8,:l,«00. Steers were tlrm ut g3.5O@400: good cows I steady to 10c higher at 81 .:i5a3 .00; feeders qulot at »a.25aS,50. HOOS—llccelpts, S.llOO; shipments, ii.OOO. I Opened weak, but closed 5<ijr.l0c higher; all grades, *3.6(KSH.(15; bulk, S4.3nfii4.-ir>. SHEEP—Receipts, l.JlOO; shlpments,l,400. Active and strong. WAIT! Wait for the grand Millinery Opening ON APRIL 1. Ht. Louis. ST . Loins, April 4. CATTLE—Receipts, 1,000. Market steady. HpQS—llccelpts, i-'.fiOO. Lower; fair to celpl choice heavy, *4.il.VHW-75; mixed ordinary • good. »4 .ltl @4 .U0; yor'- ' "" SMKBP—Receipts 700 rottcera, *4 .55 ®4 .05. Strong. Clilimgo. CmcAui), April 4. Kvenlng Journal reports; CATTLE—Hecclts IU.00U. . Better demand and steady, as compared -with the closing on Friday. UOGJS— Receipts, 20,000. Rather ilrmer; rough and common. S.'!.7r>®4."r>: mixed and E ackers, $4 .0504.75; prime heavy and utchers' weights, S4.H0&4.85; light, »4 .55r 4 .05. HHKKSP—receipts 0,000. Slow and o@luc lower on both sheep and lambs.' » OOS9JP. The world's wheat shipments last week wore; 4,T;IU,000 about a million and a half decrease. There are some reports of damage to wheat in tho northwest. Wheat left In shocks will not be worth threshing, it is said. Outt Hundred Years Old. NKW YOUK, April 4.—It is one hundred, years to-duy since tho Lafayette Engine company, number 0, of the Volunteer lire department was organized, uud, although none of tho original members are still in tho ilesh, their successors are celebrating tho (lay by keeping open house and wel coming every friend and stranger that cornea within their gates. This afternoon a reception was given to all the surviving membors of tho old Volunteer tiro department, and this evening they will bo entertained at a bau quel, " ' A Cruel Mother Sentenced. DUBLIN , April 4.—Mrs. Annie Margarette Montague, wife of Mr. Acheron 'If any one should call, Higgins, I ahall not see them." 'Shall I say madam is out?" 'Oh, dear, nol That would be a falsehood. Say 1 am not at home."—Life. tVhut Is a "LODIUH?" A good story has gained circulation on a certain young traveling man who makes Hutchinson his headquarters quiSo,frequently, and who makes tinplate a specialty. Ho went to see the mining camp at Crecde, Col., and after looking tho ground over, the first even ing there, he determined to buck the "poker tiger." Without much trouble ho found victim who was willing to try a hand or two at poker. Luck followed tho traveling man from tho start and he won steadily. Finally he drew four aces, and after the stakes had been run up to a comfortable figure ho magnanimously refused to bet further.' "This is downright robbery," he exclaimed, "and I don't want to end tho game "here, by bankrupting you. So here goes." lie threw down four aces and reached for the money. "Hold on!" cried his antagonist. "I'll take care of the dust if yon please." "Hut I held four aces—seeV" "Well what of it? I've goto looloo, "A what?" "A looloo—three clubs uud .two dia moods." The stranger was dazed. "A looloo, he repeated. "Well, what is a looloo, anyway?" "Three clubn and two diamonds, coolly replied the gambler, raking in the stakes, "I guess you aren't accustomed to our poker rules out here. See there." MISS NELLIE RODDY Will give her opening on that date, and display to the ladies of Hutchinson the Finest Line of Milli nery in the City. I WILL SOON BE READY, POWDER Absolutely Pur*. A cream of tartar baking powder highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U. 8. Government Food Report the busy barkeeper. The traveling man read his doom in tho handwriting on the wall. It was tho Holshazznr case over again. The bit of pnstcbonrd bore this legend; 'The looloo can be played but once a night." The young man has not reached home yet, but as the walking is said to V)e pretty fair nowndays. he will bo due in Hutchinson about the middle of next week. Neat Work. Those white showcases in the Hon Ton restaurant were made by the Hutchinson Manufacturing company. They are a model of neatness and beauty, and .lake is justly proud of them. Oregon, Washington and the Northwest PitclUe Const. The constant demand of the traveling public,to the far west for a comfortable and at the same time an economical mode of traveling, has led to the establishment of what is known as Pullman Colonist Sleepers. These cars are built on the same general plan as the regular first class Pullman Sleeper, the only difference being is that they are not upholstered. They are furnished complete with good comfortable hairmatresses, warm blankets, snow white linen curtains, plenty of towels, combs, brushes, etc., which secure to tho occupant of a berth as much privacy as is to bo had in first- class sleepers. There are also separate toilet rooms for ladies and gentlemen, and smoking is absolutely prohibited. For full information send for Pullman Colonist Sleeper Leaflet. E. L. Lomax, general passenger and ticket agent, Omaha, Neb. 5-31 The Doctors lire Guilty. Grave mistukes are made by physicians in treating Heart Disease. The rate of sudden deaths, is daily increasing. Hundreds become victims of the ignorance of physicians in the treatment of tills disease. One in four persons has a diseased heart. Shortness 61 Breath, "Palpitation and Fluttering, Irregular Pulse, Choking Sensation, Asthmatic Hreathing, Pain or Tenderness in the Side, Shoulder or Arm, Weak or Hungry Spells, are symptoms of Heart Disease. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy. Thousands testify to its wonderful cures. Hooks Free. Sold by A. & A. Drug Company. {Another One nt Uncle Mum's I'lirm Patches ! Opened. [t is expected that President Harrison by proclamation will open the Cheyenne and Arapahoe hinds that adjoin Oklahoma on tlie west, by or before the first of May this year. People looking for n nice quarter section of land can here secure it, and they should be prepared to make a selection. Kvcry one should remember that there is only one railroad that runs into these lauds, and that is the Chicago, Hock Island and Pacific, and its wide range of termini gives excellent facilities for the people of the United States to go by that route and file their claim. Its eastern termini is Chicago: its northern, Minneapolis and St. Paul; its western, Denver and Pueblo. Another eastern termini is Kansas City, and all parties from the southeastern States arriving at this great Missouri River metropolis secure through cars via the "Rock Island." Write at once for maps or folder, that gives correctly each piece of land opened for settlement, and it will be mailed to you and on your request to your friends, free, by addressing .10HN SEKASTIAN. ft. T. &. P. A., •t-'J C U. 1. ,t P. lfy, Chicago. Little Judith, the S-yoar-old daughter of Mr. Mullincaux," of the Inland Christian Advoeato, Des Moines, Iowa, on learning that her special playmate, a child of her own age had taken the whooping cough, took a bottle of medicine, which had cured her of a troublesome cough, uud went over and said: "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullineau.x was cu­ rious as to the result and, on making Inquiry learned Hint the little neighbor, who had been unable to ruBt at night, had been greatly relieved in that respect. The paroxysms were neither so frequent, severe or enduring. The cough, under the genial action of this admirable remedy, was loosened. The medicine liquefies the mucus and enables the sufferer to throw It off. Tho attack in the beginning gave every evidence of being S severe attack of whooping cough. Indeed it. wns a genuine ease; but this, preparation, while perhaps it may not be a positive cure for the disease, is undoubtedly able to alleviate it. If it does not cure it, it will give unquestioned relief. The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by C. H. WINSI.OW, Druggist 15 S. Main St. Thron*h Car Haute. The popular Santa Fe route In connection with the "Frisco Line" runs through ears daily between Hutchinson, Kansas City and St. Louis. For cheap rates and full particulars call upon the nge.nl of the Sauta Fe route, Hutchinson, Kansas. tf Something Hotter Thllll tilitnrl,| e srtlulil. Littleileld's Cough Candy cures all kinds of coughs and colds. Guaranteed to cure or money refunded. Price 10 cents. For sole by A. &, A. drug store, Sidlinger, Midland and Itaum- hart Pharmacy. It costs you nothing to try it 26t. Mrsl L. R. Puttoti, Rockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I ean recommend He Witt's Sarsaparilla, n cure for impure blood and general debility." Ileum's Midland Pharmacy. CATCH ON To the best opportunity of a lifetime for buying cheap. Without any fuss or funny business, without any noise or nonsense, we are going to put a magnificent line of seasonable goodB on the market at prices that will make them JUMP. It's'a quick turn on very close margins to satisfy a lively demand. There is some money in it for UB , and a good dealmore for customers who are quick to catch on to the fact that choice new goods can now be bought at prices never before named for values in any way approaching those we now place at the disposal of wide awake and discriminating judges of good bargains, who will not lose a moment's time in taking advantage of this phenomenal low price Sale Of tlie Season, and secure their pick of desirable new goods at clearing prices, CATCH ON To the fact that our entire stock is made up of Choicest Selections and Latest OF- A Sound Liver Muhert a Well Mail. Are you billious, constipated or troubled with jaundice, sick headache, bad taste in mouth, foul breath, coated tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry skin, pain in back and between the shoulders, chills and fever, etc.? If you have any of these symptoms your liver is out of order and your oblood is being slowly poisoned because your liver does not act properly. Herbine will euro any disorder of the liver, stomach or bowels. It has no equal as a lfver medicine. Price 75 cents. Sold by aU druggists. Styles Staple and fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Shoes and-Hats. Fine Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen A SPECIALTY. They sell like Lightning at the prices we are now asking. J. XlJ &i J E, BARROW, JR., PROPRIET 14 North Main Street, 99 \chinson. ACROSS THE STREET All the ladies in Hutchinson and vicinity are invited to call and see her on her open ing day. ON APRIL 1. 104 North Main. AT KENDRICK & BURK, have just received a FIRST-CLASS WORK, EVERYTH1H& GUARAHTEED. Hutchinson, Kansas 200 North Main, Midland Block. REMOVED. I have removed my bakery and fancy grocery to No. 16, South Main street, where I will continue to make my famous cream bread. K. R XDK. The Golden Eagle Clothiers have moved their IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS to their own commodious quarters NO. 4 SOUTH MAINT ST And in a few days will be better prepared than ever, to show, you the nicest line of Clothing, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Mens, Ladies and Children's Shoes, and at to the trade. Great Bargains in trunks, car load of them. Watch this space, surprises in store for you. Just received a We have some H OTEL THORN. Kansas City, Mo. has again passed into the management of Dudley Ithouds and wife, who will be glad to nee all their Kansas friends. No. 4 South Main St. A. MINCER; Prop

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