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8. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892, THE MARKETS. HONKl' AND STOCKS. Atchl*on, Topeka and Snnta PV. :iH', tttnnourl Paclnc, OOM.I Hock Inland, XT,i St. pa«J, BO. Union mclac, 40. IVeMeru TJnlon. S8)«. I'ltOlMIOI:. CJIIOAOO , April 7.—(Special advice* rcccWed Viy Uio KanNUH Oralnuml XAre Stock company.)—The bulge to-duy Seems to liavo resulted from the recent purchartCBof May by u few prominent •bulls. They bought HO much Hint it alarmed the aliort interests for that month which is quite large, and there was a rapid advance here, In which neither outside nor foreign markets have B8 yet nympathizod to any e.Ttcnt. Exports have been light to -day, new business small, continental markets depressed, weather fine and erop reports favorable from all (sections but the northwest from whence there avu complaints of Moo much rain, interfering with seed' log. It is claimed on the other hand 1 that the rains have put the soli in good condition, and when the seed IR sown it will speedily germinate and by the middle of May be in advance of former seasons. Corn and oats have been firm most of the session. The decreasing receipts of com have helped that market' though the foreign demand is rather Black and cables do not reflect the strength here. IVovisions continue in the same old rut. There is an occasional rally but lower prices follow shortly. It is a very unsatisfactory market to trade in. The follOwtiiK la the range of pric.oR (or active future": Opeir<l|lIiKli 't. liOW'St »IU?.AT. 70li May 7UM HI 70li July «">, SI SO conn. :iH?i • March •'IB!» :«S!., :iH?i .Tunc HH'.'j July •'Id!, ";is',i " "lIRJi May •K)fi •1 Ofj I0!«i OATS, Narch July ""'.:7».i ""B 7; S ' "•>7H May •!HM "MJi POHK. to ias May 10 VZ'i 1(1 17", to ias July 10 «7Ji to ;i:s',i 10-J74 UMID. (1 !;(! • May o :>o II «2W (1 !;(! July U.'IO ii :iri il :io RJUH. r, r.2« May r, r,'.'i j ' ••> r.rw r, r.2« July & BR r. II7M r. on ClOR'g. cash Hujjc; May 80?; H0J-4 40»; 10 17Vi 10 'M'.i II 2 'Jii (I IIS Ii 07 ',i WHKAT-I'lrm July sow.. I. COHN—No. •> Oi-m: cash NMJIOUc: April 40«—40!4c; May 10'ifr lor;.-; June ;isi;0 ,'IH«c: JutyHHWc. (iATS—No. 3 steady; cash :M",(<r f :M^H:: Mar BH'MiC. MICSK I'OHK—Cash JI0.l)7>.(; May U10.17V4 I.AHD-Onrtl H.17«i Mav fUI.K«'i." SHOUT ItlllS— OJIBII fn.tci'.',; May Sii .M'J. ItYK-No. 5 tiulet 7r,r. 11A.H1.KY—No. 'I nominal Ii'JW>S?ic. Vl.AX SKI>--Kirni Dilvjc. TIMOTHY SKUll- l'rlule, ismv Sl .'.Ti. lHJTTKlt—Weak. BOGS—.Steady. _ St. out by those xvhw advocate the proposition that the United .States canal at Nault Hte. Marie is being constructed at a depth of eighteen feet, while, it is also contemplated to deepen the canals on the great laltes there to not less than twenty feet, which has already been done at the month of the Detroit river, and consequently Canada should follow the example. From Chicago all the way downward until the Welland canal was reached vessels could pass through drawing twenty feet of water, the first obstruction being when the Welland canal was reached. As far back as lfWI vessels had to he lightened going through the Welland canal, although there was a depth of fourteen feet. Speaking on this point. W. Ii. frost, president of the Ogdensburg and T-iake Chnmplain railway, says: "Canada should deepen the canals to twenty feet If possible; to stop at fourteen feet, while il will help, will not put the route on a level with the Buffalo and Erie canal, with free transit. If the Welland canal can be deepened to twenty feet. Canada would command the trade of the lakes, and as she decreases from that point she can only come into competition with Buffalo and will only be partiaMy successful. Any increase in the depth is a move in the right direction, but 1 trust, it will not stop at less than sixteen feet." There is a rapid increase in the number of large ships sailing on the upper lakes, For instance in ISM, .'Ifl of the largest vessels on the lakes averaged a capacity of 7111) tuns. In 18111) the licet hud increased to !!,uTif> vessels with a capacity of ASn.HHO tons, valued at 85V Iafl ,,1'i0. The total coast and inland shipping of Canada consists of 7.1.VI vessels with a tonnage of 1,010,.(SI, valued at »:u,2i;i,!'.ll). In ISflO the tonnage which passed through the Detroit river was 2:1,000,1)00. The produce and ships of both nations pass through i-his river. When it is considered that the volume of trade which passes through this river exceeds that which leaves all the seaports of the United States by 10, ooo.HOO. tons and is II, 0011,000 tons in excess of the immense traffic which leaves the two principal ports of the greatest maritime country of the world, Liverpool and London, we can form some idea of its vast quantity. The deepening of the Welland canal alone to twenty feet would require 827,000.000, There are numerous other places along the St. Lawrence that would require to he deepened, so that the actual expenditure to deepen all the Canadian canals to twenty feet would cost not less than 877,000,000. The harbors also would require to be deepened along Lake Krie and Lake Ontario, so that the total cost to secure a navigation of twenty feet through the Welland and St. Lawrence till mi Is would be little short of $100, 000,000. This is an expenditure which Canada could not well afford to add to its public debt at the present time, but those wlio ave urjjing the question of deepening the canals say that it ought to be proceeded with by easy slaves. EAST-BOUND FREICHT MOVEMENT. as follows: Michigan Central, 12,832 tons; Wabash, 11,082; Lake Shore, S.805: Fort Wayne. fi.SIK: Panhandle, •1.307: Baltimore and Ohio. •I.SliS; Chicago and (irand Trunk, 14,572: Nickel I'latc, 7,007; Chicago and Kric, 10,012: Big Four, 0,n»0. Tn Mm Peojilnof iJtitclilMROii* As I have been confined to my home for several days by severe illness, and am still unable, to leave my room, and consequently unable to meet xay friends personally, I desire through the NKWH to express my (sincere appreciation of their earnest and cordial support of my candidacy at the election last Tuesday—doubly appreciated from the fact of my being unable to assist them in the contest. It is especially gratifying from the fact that 1 received the endorsement of a large majority of the business men, and at the same time a hearty support by the laboring men and ladies, as such a combination of interests indicate that the people of Hutchinson are. again ready to work with unanimity for the city's interests. When I am able to assume the duties of the honorable position to which you have elected me, I shall endeavor to discharge those duties in a manner that will terminate, in the furtherance of the best interests of the city, and obtain the greatest good to the greatest number of people. I consider the result of no special political significance further than tnat the people of the city do not desire partisiyisbip in the administration of Vttt Your Comfort. Travelers to and from Utah will be pleased to learn that Pullman palace sleepers now run through, daily, without change, between Chicago and Ogden, over Santa Fc, Colorado Midland and Uio Grande Western lines—westbound via Colorado Springs, and eastbound via Colorado Springs and Denver. The true scenic route; plenty of time to see Manltou and vicinity. Double daily passenger service between Denver and Ogden. Inquire of nearest Santa Fe route ticket agent, for rates, sleeper reservations; etc. " ' 4-lfi city affairs. Again am. very truly yours. thanking you, I FKA.NK VINCENT. PERSONAL. option* htKhcr; May 2ii ?;i'. . I.OIIIH. ST . Louis, April 7. WHEAT— Dull 1ml llvm; cash Msc: options lliRllcr: Ma* H5!.j; July 7S?;r; August 7»c. OOHN—Kasy: cash :i •Mav :iftfilc; July :if,i ;i-. OATS—firm; cash •.!«!• POKlf—Dull; siu.fio. IjAKD—Nominal: jo.nu. WHISKY-Steaily; Jl.Ui. KnoNUrt City. KASHAS OITV , April 7. There was aotlilui! done to-day In wheat corn and oats. HUTTKR—Wcak.liOSbiiRc. . ROUS—Finn at lie. 1.IVK STOCK. fa Chicago. CHICAGO , April .Evening• Journal reports: CATTLE—Kccclpts ln.OOO. Slow ami weak, Good steers ?4.00<c84 .:!ri; top prices J4 .r >u®4.S0: medium steers sa !Sn ©:s .io; Texans coaiinc In freely; priced weakening. 110US— Receipts, 2.1,000. Ten to 1 tic. lower: rough and common, *:i.7o©4.2o; mixed rough - - • - , anil uackerB *l.l'KfjH.,">, r .: prime heavy and hutcher'a weights »4.fl0«M.«.v. light, «4.4o© 4.110. SHEBP-Reccipta steady prices, All sold ST , Lotus, April 7 CATTLli-Heceipts, 1,000. Steady. HOUS-Kecelpts, 4,r,00. Lower; fair choice heavy, 84.5004.01) 4 .50; yorkers, $4 .:l5fA4 .4 . r i. SH1SB1'—Hecclpts 400. Steady to mixed »:i.l)0® Kausati City. KANSAS CITY , April 7. CATl'LB—HecelptK.2,000: «hlpilielltn,2,00(). Market steady HirouKhoul. Stcem (a. 10® 1.20: cows 8 -.30(ii;l.:i0; stoc' ' Blockers and feeders * no§9—HcccijitH, -1,400; shipments, 2.KO0; lalrly active anil steady al yesterday's close; all grades, j:i.H0«r.4.40; bulk, 84 .SMM ..J5. sniSKl*—Ueceluts.2,COO; shipment*, 1,100; fairly, active and steady. HUTCHINSON NAK1UST. Material Inercasc In -Slilnoumtft at Chicago lluriliR- the Last Woflk. CHIC'AOO , April 7.—There was a material increase in cast-bound freight shipments from Chicago during the last week, hut the bulk of the business j went by the so-called week lines, which ! leads to the suspicion that the. latter are manipulating the rates. Tlie total shipments of flo nr, grain and provisions from Chicago through to seaboard points and for export by the various Centra 1 Traffic Association roods during the last week amounted to 15,44-1 tons, against .'17,7,'lii tons for the week previous ami 38,105 tons for the corresponding week last year. Flour shipments hint week were 4,387 tons, against ;t,i;ir> tons last year; grain. 35.037 tons, against 27,10fi tons; provisions, 5,120 tons, against 7,804 tons. The percentages carried by the var ions roads were as follows: Chicago and (irund Trunk, 28.1; Michigan Central, 2ft. 5, Lake Shore, 12.1; Fort Wayne 10.3; l'an-llandle. 3.1: Baltimore and Ohio, 7.1; Nickel-l'Uite, 13.3. Shipments of all kinds of freight except live stock from Chicago to through and local points in the east by the various east-bound roads during the last week were 1)2,013 tons, ngainst 73,578 for the week previous and 70, 054 tons for the corresponding week lust year. The tonnage carried by the various roads was ,1. IJ, Moult of Denver, is in the city on business. .1. S. Ilcorge was in Lyons yestordiiy on business. II. C. Core went to 1'retty Prairie on business to-day. Major McKinstry went to Wichita this evening on legal business. M. C. Alalolt, of Bedford. Ind., is transacting business in the city. •I. A. Mulholland returned from a business trip to Chicago, this morning. Dr. Manning, a large ranchman of Colorado, is in the city, the guest of .lohn O'llricti. ltev. C. il. St. John and wife are entertained to-day at the residence of A. W. McCandlcss. '', W. It. Austin, trustee of S'ylria" was transacting business with the county clerk yesterday, Mrs. Cowles, who has been Visiting her mother in Hush county, returned home. lust night. M. II. Potter, cashier of the bank of l'uron. was in the city last night, and attended the ball. 4 KLOUK—Highest patent. S2.50; second patent. *2.2D; extra line. $2.00. BUTTKK—In demand. Creamery 25c; finest dairy 20c; line dairy 15c; common 10c. KGUS— la demand, sc. POTATOKS-Oholct! WMlO. AP1"I.BS—?1.!J0@1.25 per bushel. ONIONS-In fair demand, lied 75c per liUHttcl: home grown Spanish 51.25 per luisbcl. CAflJlAOB—Fair, 4c per pound. TIHINIIVS—In demand life per bushel. ' HI-:JOTS—Steady. 50c per bushel. .SWHIW POTATOES Plenty, SI.00 per pushel. . HAY— Haled tr >.0Ul!ji5 .ri0; loose S"-00(ft5 .r >0 per ton. Grain. WHEAT—No. 2 soft 75c; hard 70c: No. 3 soft T2c: hard (17c. CORN—tide. RVK-No. 2. 05c; No. 3, tlllc. OATS-24C. Live- Stock. OATTIiK -Htcady. Stackers $a.ar «a:i.80; feeders 82 .25<fW,:i5-, fat cows anil heifers In demand, J2 .00ia2.5l); fat steers $:i.00®4.00. Ilojrs—Steady. Wagon, tops, 8-1,10: .car »4 .iri &4 .yr,. SIUSE!*—In demand. J.'!.75@4.00. roiilll-y ititd Wild tiume. OHJCKKNK-UIllckenB Jl.75SP2.00 per do?..: chickens r,c per pound; lienH 5c per pound; roosters 2c per pound; turkeys ,c per pound. (JAME-Wild ducks In demand Sl .oogi2.oo purdoz.: pigeons In demand, 81.00 per dov..: geese 81-00 itfil.50 per Am. DEEPENINC i THE^ELLAND CANAL. Cost of WiiU-ti Is IirouitiHl by Lliu Douilu- Icui <iovt'.rnmcut. OTTAWA, Out., April 7. —Thu Cuna- dlun government, owing to the press: ore brought to boar by members of pur- liuiucnt from tho Toronto division and westward, are preparing an estimate of what Jt would cost to deopen the Wcllnnrl and 8t. Lawrence canals from ONE MASS OF SCALES Ainictod 3 Years by Dreadful Skin and Blood Disease, with Intense Pain and Loss of Hair. All Other Remedies Fall. -Relieved Instantly and Cured In Four Weeks by the Cutlcunv Remedies. I have a few worda to fay regarding tho CUT!, cciu UcMBluEs. They have cured mo In lour weeks' ilwu from uBkVn ami lllood Pleeiifio which I have hud for over threo year*. At certain tlnicH, my itliln would bu very lore, and always koi't enicklni; and peeliuK off In vrhlto scatet. In cold weather my face wen one mans of. tcaki*. Wkeu to lUe cold ulr thu pnln was Internal; It would alinust bring Lcurs to my oyos, auil rny blood UIHO ht-luu In a poor couditlun, with a lo«i of hair. 1 liuvc tried uvory known remedy that vol rucom. nimuliid to mo, but It wai of no u«u, and (rave- mo very little henunt. Ho, hearing of your CunccnA KKMKMES, I concluded to give them a trial. Tho first application gave ulmoit inilunt roller. In a few weeks' time I found myself cured, and 1 am tlmnsful for what Uieyhavo done tor me. Your Ctmrtuu HvxKuiKa area lilewlng to-thoie who muy Imvo the opportunity to u«e them, t ean revumaiuud tbem to any one. EDMUND KKRA8, 2704J Union Ave., Chlciujo, IU. Dr. Detrick was in the city to-day, ind brings glowinp; reports of, the country's condition. lames Nessleroad of Kansas City, Kan., was transacting business with our real estate men to-day. C. IJ . Bowman has so far recovered I from his recent attach of sickness us j to be able to be in his office ajfain. 11. L. TCaton, of Wichita, was in the city to-day, calling on friends, among whom was E. It. Wilcox, an old neighbor in Cold water- Mrs, (ilenn, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. '/,.!;. Wise, for the past few months, returned to her home in Columbus, O., to-day. Flmer May can't stand to see a bass drum, unless he can get hold of it. He hung onto the bass drum in tho IT. of K. O. and 11. C. parade to-day. Mrs. .lodge Ilunback and Mrs. Gen. It. 15. Mitchell, organizers of the Woman's Columbian club, are. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. (Jreenlee while in the city. Harry DcPry leaves this evening to accept a position with the Wells, Fargo Express company in Kansas City. Harry is a model young man and the NKWS wishes him success in his new field. Fred Cann and wife uud baby, Nina, are registered at the Santa Fe, They have just closed a season's engagement with the Bijou Opera company, and are en route for the coast to spend the summer. They are well pleased with Mayor-Elect Frank Vincent has been confined to his room for several flays by Bevere sickness, having an affection of the ear that has caused him intense pain. Wo are glad to state, however, that he is much better to-day, and on a fair way to recovery. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powdor highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U. S. Government Food Report, Hutchinson, so much so that they will return here next season and make this their future home, a The NEWS was favored to- day by a very pleasant call from Rev. ,1. A. Marshall of Kingman, Jtev. A. Axline of Pratt, Rev. II. 14. Wbinster of Wnlsen- burg, Col., and Mr. J. II, Mttnger of Arlington, all of whom have been attending the meeting of Lamed Presbytery, in session at Great Bend. They report a very interesting meeting and are now en route home. They are most agreeable gentlemen, and are, spending the day looking over the many attractions and industries of our city.' • Opening Day. Within the present month the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservations containing over 4,00(1,(100 acres will be, by proclamation of the president, opened for settlement. The 'reservation will contain six counties, C, D, E, F, U, and H. The counties 0,13, and F, in the northwest part are nearer the Pan Handle line of the Santa Fe than any other line. Those desiring to enter these counties should purchase tickets to either Kiowa, Kan., Woodward, I. T., Higens, Tex., or Canadian, Tex. Good wagon roads lead from all four of these points. Couuties G. and II. are about midway between our Texas and Pan Handle line. County C. can be most easily reached via Guthrie and Kingfisher, or Oklahoma City and El Reno. Those desiring to reach the eastern portion of these lands should either go to Guthrie, then by stage to Kingfisher or to Oklahoma City, thence via the Choctaw railroad, a new line having a double daily passenger service between Oklahoma City and Elkins. The Santa Fe has issued n special folder giving much valuable information, including maps, etc., which we will take pleasure in mailing to any address. Any information cheerfully given on application at the Santa Fe ticket ollicc. Inquiries by mail answered promptly. •7. W. TEDFOIU), Agent .Santa Fe Route. Oregon, Witslilngrtoii and ttio Northwest I'acllle Coast. A Sounrl Uvftr Mnkcs » "Well Man. Are you 1 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 a blood is being slowly poisoned because your liver docs not act properly. Herbino will cure any disorder of the liver, stomach or bowels. It has no equal as a liver medicine. Price 75 cents. Sold by all druggists. Little Judith, the 8-yeur-old daughter of Mr. Mullineaux, of the Inland Christian Advocate, lies 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, and went over and said: "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullineaux was cu­ rious as to the result and on making inquiry learned Unit the little neighbor, who had been unable to rest at' night, had been greatly relieved in "i 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 a severe attack of whooping cough. Indeed it was a genuine CRBC ; but this preparation, while perhaps it may not be a positive cure for the disease, is undoubtedly able to alleviate it. If it docs not enro it, it will give unquestioned relief. The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by 0. II. WINSI.OW , Druggist 15 S. Main St, French Tansy Wafers. These wafers are for . the relief and cure of painful irregularities, and Will remove all obstructions. They are sure and safe every time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co., San Jose, Cal., and for sale at A. & A. Drug Co. 10(1 N. Main street, nntehiuson, Kun. ltcitrulcjlfi Cured In 15 itllniltns Mr. J. S. Sturtevant, editor of the Waupoco (Wis.) Post, says: • "Last night Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured my wife of neuralgia of the face and tooth in fifteen minutes. We would not be without it." 50 cent bottles for sale hy C. 11. Winslow, 15 South Main, Mrs'. IJ . R. I'atton, Roekford, 111., writes: "From personal experience 1 ean recommend Dc Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for impure blood and general debility." Beam'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 goods on the market at prices that will make them JUMP. K's a quick turn on very close margins to satisfy a lively demand. There is some money in it for us, and agood dealmore for customers who are quick to catch on to the fact that choice new goods cim now be bought a{ 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 the Season, 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 Styles The constnnt 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 the occupant of a berth as much privacy as is to be 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. Lomux, general passenger and ticket agent, Omaha, Neb. fl-31 -OF- Cutlcura Remedies Ki'fiict dully moro great, cures of humors and dl* caui'd of Uio skin, acolp, and blood thmi all other remedies combined. CuTicifiu, Uio great r -kia t'lire, unit OUTICUHA SOAI *, an exqnUUe bk\n Vw\- ileroml lienutHier, oxternolly, and Cimcuiu KK- HOLVENT , thu now BlotKi Vurltlur and RrefUcut of Humor Uempdien, internally, euro every spoclcH o( Itcb^ng, burnlny, eculy, pimply, and blotchy dl«. vMivi of thu »kiu, «ailp, mut blood, from infancy to IIKO , from pimples to tturofnta, whou tho beat pbytil cluutt ivud ull other reiuodlei fall. Bold everywhere. Price, CUTICOIU , 60c.; SOAI\ 2ic; HE SOLVENT, $1. Prepared by tho I'OTTBH Pfmu AND OURMICAL CouvoJUTtoj*. UoeUm. tientl (or " How to Cura Skin DIMMO */' 04 )v»gea, (>tt illustration*, 100 tettliuootaU. QlurLEB. black-bead>,rcd, rough,chapped aud 11111 oll i' cured by CUTICUHA SOAK OLD F0LK8'PAIN8. Full of comfort for nil Palm, Infant- mfcuon, and Wenktieu of UM Aval I* •bo Cull<nr» Aiiil-Pnln Pl»>Or, tho tint knd only pain.killing •trenmh. ur. N«w, ItwUniNmnu, lnf*lttlil<, L OST-A bundle containing a lady's white basque. Finder leave at this ofllcc, or Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Shoes and Hats. Fine Shoes for Ladies and G-entlemeh —SPECIALTY. They sell like Lightning at the prices we are now asking. 99 avenue A eaut. "THE BtjAtZu&JR.) J E, BARROW, JR., PROPRIETOR. 14 North Main Street, Hutchinson. HAVE MOVED! To our own room, No. 4 South Main Street. H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE. \V. A. LO JS, Manager. Street cars at tlic door after entertainment thursd¥—7 The Kansas State University GLEE anil BANJO 22 College Men 22 On a grand tour of the state. Rollicking College Songs, Glee Clur/Choruses, Banjo and Mandolin Musio, Solos and Quartettes. „ • 12 men in Oleo Club in Cap and Gown. 10 men in Uanjo Cluli—4 Mandolins, 3 liunjOH, 4 Guitars. Secuu tats litlj it tkt Open limit But Mm In looking over my stock, I find that I have too many goods on hand, and in order to reduce the stock I have decided to offer EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS for this month until my stock has been properly reduced. 150 suits, in three colors, brown, light and grey, all in sacks, worth $8 a suit. Our price for this month only $3.99. 225 suits in brown, plain, grey, striped, in square and round corners, would be a bargain at $8.50. Our price for thiB month only $3.99. 193 wood brown suits, assorted colors, in round- and square, single and double breaBted, sack and cutaway, $9.99, standard value from $12.50 to §15. I have the largest and best stock of pants in town, ranging in price from 75c to $7. 2-piece boys' suits, ranging in price from $1 to $9. 3-piece boys' shits, ranging in price from $2.50 to $12.50. I have the best made up shirts in the market, ranging in price from 15c to $3. Call and see my line of hats, in stiff and soft, light brown and black crushers for boys and men, from 25c to $5. 1 ' * . I have the largest assortment of ladies', children's, boys' and men's shoes in the Call and see them, as I have not space to mention all I hav e. city. GIVEN AWAY! A handsome DINNER SET of 105 pieces, highly decorated, can be' seen in our south window. No. 4 South Main St. Hi, A. MINCER. Prop.

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