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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, April 8, 1892
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8. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892. THE MARKETS. HOXKY AND W()(!KN. Ntw YOHK, April 7.—(Slock letter furnished by the Kansas Grain and l/ivo Stock eompnny.] — Yesterday's partial gains in marltet values both for railroad bonds and stock* caused a Ifood deal of satisfaction in Wall street circles up town last evening, notwithstanding the fact that realizing sales checked the advance in the afternoon • and slightly removed the boom. -Money wan plentiful all day at 1}J per cent, and prospectR are good for a (rood hank statement tomorrow, Tho rally in Hock Island yesterday, the bears say, is not significant of a successful movement in the present reorganization proposition, althoufrfc the street uvldcntfy thinks .the chances of its success have prcatly "improved. Mr. John Pierpout Morgan, who has been in London for about three days has furnished his little bull movement. The foreign'houses continue quite bullish on St. Paul and Brie, and there are rumors of a fresh upward movement in Ijiike shore. There was good buying of cordage common yesterday by the people who bought the stock against puts backed by ,lim Kane, and the German-American houses are also bulling sugar, Chicago gas and cotton seed o>l. ! PKOUUCK. CliU'.itffo. CHIUAOO, April H.—[.Special advices received by the Kansas drain and Live Stock company.)—The bear panic in wheat has resulted in a very strong market which closed near the top. Outside markets have more generally responded to-day to our advances than t>hcy did yesterday, but foreign advices lack snap and reflect but slightly the strength of American markets. It ii probable that the forthcoming govern in en I report has been one of the in dnccmonts for short covering. It is 11 wild marltet on which no one's judgment is worth anything. Com and oats have advanced in sympathy with wheat ami closed strong. Provisions closed at the best prices of tho day. A moderate advance over yesterday, but show little strength. The foNuwInR SH Die raiiRU nl price* for active futures: Opcn'd HiRirt. I.OW'Ht t'los'K. WHEAT. June s.'IH May S1?J "s 'jji "•'HIS ""s'ijj July S1H N'I'/i SH4 S4!t OOItK. N'I'/i March :is»; :m% Wi as?. June :is(i :m% July "":iKfi May 4<>-X •11H WH •11',4 OATS. March •!K't ':«!» 2S5J July 27^'h 2 7'a May :;u •10H 211 2!lj, PORK. May to '_>3'.; HI :io 10 20 HI .MO July to :>'.:y, 10 4214 1.0 .'I2H 10 42)5 10 42)5 May « •.:-J;4 11 25 1! 22>i II 2ft July il :ir, u :is (1 :i2!- s 0 lift IIIDH. May... ft (ww r. mew ft r .7',4 ft IV.'.'/, July 5 70 ft 72!4 ft 70 ft 72V4 Sli May 84;i©H4Vic 11 lie; April 4114: July ;iri :<„e. WHEAT-OllBh July B4V4C CORN—No. 2 iirnv, cash Ills,May 4lsi;'Junc :IH'»(Tf.:i!ic: " ' OATS—Cash S«Hc; Mriv2l)?ic. MESS I'OHK-Cash »10.17 ; MllV J 10.27S4 DAKD-Oash Sil.20; May JO.Sr.. SHOUT mus-Cash *r..i>7>;; May ift.iii'Vi. UVB-No. 2 linn Tll'.ic IIAKLRY—No. 2 nunillial .~>H<3ll2c. I'LAX SKD-Flrm II7'/,C TIMOTHY SiaiCll-Stcaily *1.!.M1. HUTTKB-Weak. KGOS-Firm. . St. UlUlH. ST. bonis. April s. WHKAT--IllB»cr; cash HHV4c: May »7«c: July 82Mc. COBN-Hlgher; cash Mft«c: May :i(J',ic; July ;iU5C<a.'W^c. riUO.OOO bushels cash corn taken to-day for Europe via MLsMlnslppi river and New Orleans. OATS—UlKlicr; cash i :10c: May ;i0KJr. POKK—Qulul: Jobbing Slo .r.U. LAUD—Nominally; $11.01). WHtSKV-Steady; JI.1JJ. KaitHiiK City. ICANSAH CITY, April S. Wheat, corn anil oats entirely nominal. I1UTTBH—Weak, 20lS)2Hc. KCIOS—Firm at lie. Hay anil flax seen unchanged. MVIi HTOUK. Clileil{;o. OHK'Alio, Ajiril H. Evenlnir Journal reportH: CATTLM - ItecelptB Slow ami weak. *4.00(8,4.80 for best beet ttteerr, ja .2ftia :i.7ft for others. HOGS—Receipts, 111,000. In fair demand anil a nickel higher: rough s:i .»or(i >4 .2ft: mixed W.405M.4ft; heavy S 'iU0iai .7O; light, »4.40<»4.00. SHJtEP—Uecelpts 0.000. Steady; lambs 13.90', Bhecp *ri.40()Mi.40. SI. I.unla. ST, I.OUIH. April 8. OATTLK—Kecelpts, .'100. Steady. HOUS—ltccelptu, l.fioo. .Strong: fair to choice heavy, 84.ft0©4.00: mixed J.'I.UO® 4.50: yorkers, S4.40@4.4ft. SHWKJ'-KecelptM :ioo. strong. Kuuttiiii City. KANSAS OITV, April N. :t'lnts.4,400; shlj• Steers were steady to weak at per do-/,.; pigeons In deiuanrt,$1.00 per do/..: geese 81.00 per iliw. <;<ws7i\ In the northwest the weather is cloudy at 38 above. Chicago reports grain out of store: Wheat. 1110,(100; earn. (15,000; oats, 1,000: rye, 3,000. The weather is colder in the northwest. Inspections at Chicago: Winter wheat, 2(1 out of .'1ft; spring wheat, 7 out of 4(1; corn, 101 out of ; oats, 21) out of 111. New com, total, KM. of which 13 graded No. 2 and 0!) No. 3. CATTIilS—Recelnts.4,400; shipments, 1,100. : steady to weak ' " cows steady at »2.00<8:i.:i0; stbekers and ft©4.00; The liimirrentlon In Venezuela. , NBW YOBK, April S.—Cabling his paper under, dale, of the 7th, the Herald's Caracas, Venezuela, correspondent writes thus: Advices have been received to-day from La (luayra, of another encounter by the government and insurgent forces under the command of tlen. C'rispo. It is said to have resulted in the utter route of the rebels. They are reported to have fled in all directions and to be so disorganized that it will he difllcult for them to be collected again in large enough numbers toeanse I'alncio any further anxiety. Crispo is said to have fled precipitately on horseback for a second time and to be now in hiding somewhere in the mountains. Mis exuet whereabouts arc unknown, •ov- crnment troops arc reported to have occupied General Crispo's residence. The authorities arc jubilant. Advices received by the revolutionists here state, however, that their cause is progressing most favorably. t Anns and amunition continue to be secretly brought into Ven- e?.ula from Curneo and other islands off the const. Crespo's forces are receiving additions all the time from various provinces as the news of the ovcr- awcing of the nation's legislature, and of the judiciary is passed from mouth to mouth. It is pretty certain that the insurgents have not yet played their strongest cards, 'f hey are arming and drilling their men, recruiting their ranks and issuing appeals to nil parts of the republic. VoliMei-H from Pratt, 1'HATT. Ivan., April 8.—The recent election in our city was a great and substantial victory for Republicanism. The Democrats, Alliance and IVohibi tionists, made a combination and waged a vigorous war, but notwithstanding all this the Republican ticket was victorious. The followinggcntle- men were elected: Mayor—C. S. Calhoun, ' Councilmen—R. I. Illainc, <J. II. Gibson, \V, T. I'eet, II. I,. 'Fell, and W. T. Sin tervant. Police Judge--A S. Fay feeders tjulcl and steady at $3.:!S@:i.ft.' HOGS—Receipts, 8,00(5; shipments, 2.700: fairly active and steady to strong. All grades,*:i.«tVa4.42V4; bulk, 84.2r.<f»4.:iiV. SHE1SP—Receipts, H00; Hlilpmeiitn. (100; quiet and unchanged. HUTCHINSON MAKKKT. S*rodue«. Democrat. The Republicans are jubilant, and our city government will give eminent satisfaction. Our ItapList college will have a grand time next month, beginning about the lotb. Commencement exercises will comprise an interesting programme, and distinguished visitors will deliver orations, and the city will offer several gold medals to the most proficient students in different branches of study. Kev. Dr. D. U. Ray, of St. Louis has been invited to be present, and will, in all probability, be present. Rev. Jos. N. Ilarbee of your cityj will also be present and lake pnrt in the exercises. There is now a matriculation of ninety students, and the college next fall is expected to start off with 100. Last fall it opened with about thirty and another year has been marked with unlooked for success. Professor John S. (lashwiter has proven himself to bo just the man the institution needed. Our citizens nre exceedingly proud over the location and success of this infant institution, and are supporting it in a grand way. Our crop prospects are simply immense, and the business men of this city are anticipating a year unprecedented prosperity in business. Medicine I.txlire lirlclintft. MKDICINK LODOK, Kan., April R,— [Special]—The storms of last week did little or no damage in this immediate vicinity, and consequently we regard ourselves very fortunate. Our wheat is exceedingly line, and bids fair to make an abundant harvest, even better than last year. The farmers are sowing an immense acreage of oats und a large crop of corn will be planted. The farmers of this county are in splendid shape, and with a good crop this year, will almost get out of debt. The opening of lands for settlement south of us on tho 15th inst. is attracting considerable interest and excitement with some of our people, and a number of our citizens have gone thither. Chester 1. Long, our candidate for congress, is getting n move on him, and is going to make a strong campaign. We want to remark that notwithstanding our peach crop has been comparatively injured, yet there will bo more than half u. crop and the fmtt will bo much better in every particular. state convention, which occurs on May 5, in this city. Work should be begun at once, and all persons interested in the erection of a building large enough to accommodate a large crowd should take an interest In the matter. Let every one get to. work at once. Court Ni'Wii, The case of .1. ,1. Woodard & Co. against David Stewart occupied three days and \\ half and the jury after being out a short time returned a verdict tor plaintiff in the sum of 8.10f».2r.. In case of Anderson against Severance the jury was out all night, returned into court this morning with a verdict, and considerable amusement was created by A. II. Jilaek, one of the jurors, arising in his place and announcing that he had signed tho verdict, bnt it was not his opinion. That he had agreed againsthisown personal opinion and that therefore it was not his verdict. It was discovered that one jurymau was absent, and aB he could not be found, Judge Gleason sent llaiVifT Moore after the absent juror. The bailiff missed the juror and the jury came in. The judge asked for the verdict when it was discovered that the bailiff had the verdict. Constable Davis was then sent after the bailiff. The verdict was finally brought into court, and read. It was for the plaintiff, but when the jury was polled eleven men answered that, that was their verdict but the twelfth said ,'No." This same juryman had signed the verdict as foreman. Of course that made it no verdict, and the court sent the jury back to their room where they are still hanging with eleven stubborn men against the chameleon jurist. Ilouk and Whitclaw are attorneys for tho plaintiff and Leslie & Crawford for defendants. •Indgc Gleason retired this morning and Judge Ilouk was elected to finish the pro tern business. The National Hank of Commerce against Woodard was tried and priority of liens determined. Several par- tics were interested and Whiteside, Crawford, Roberts, Martin and Stout were attorneys appearing. Attorney Nicholson of the firm of Ady, Peters and Nicholson was in the city this morning. Notice. To the members of Myrtle lodge No. 28, D. of 11.—Greeting: Several invitations having been received by tho secretary to participate .with other lodges in celebrating the Seventy-third anniversary of Odd Fellowship, it therefore becomes necessary that all members attend our next regular meeting to decide which invitation we accept, and to assist in other important, matters that will come before the lodge, lie prompt and come early. Miss, W.M. R. UKKNKTT, N. G. Women who Die Kiirly. Many of our most beautiful and accomplished ladies die before they have reached the prime of life. Of those who live to middle age only one in two hundred is sound; the other one hundred and ninety-nine are sufferers Why is it? Self-neglect. The shat- FMHJK-UlRhVHt patent, 82.40; second patent, S'-V-JO; crttra line. »a .fM>. BUTTBK-ln demand.. Creamery Sac; finest dairy 20c: line dairy lfic. common 1I BGGS—la demand, 10c. POTATOKS-CholiX' MKaOO. AITLHS—81-00® 1.2ft per bushel. ONlONS~ln fair demand. Kcd 7Sc per buBbcl: hume grown Spanlnh J1.S6 per b OABUAC.B--'l''alr, 4c per pound TUHNIPS—In demand 40c per bushel. BEETS—Steadv, ftOc per bushel. SWKKT POTATOES-Plenty, St,00 per h HAY-Haled 8fi.00ia5 .no; loom- s:u>05tft. ftO per ton. t WHEAT—No. soft ()7c; hard OSc COKN-'JHc. KYl'J—NO. 2. IJfiC OATS-24C. (train. soft 72, hard Oftc: No. a No. :i, DOc Llvi.Ntoell. CATTLE-Steady. feeders »8.26®; Stockers $2.2SiiM.80; . fat cows and liell'i-rs la demand, •~OOG$S2.»0; fat steers S.'I.OOiiJ.Oo. >10KB ~SWady. Wifion, tops, S^.HO: car Il.HKH.lft. SHBKP—In demand. 8;i.75Qi4.oo. l'oultry autl Wild tSnuiu. CHICKKNS-CUlckena 81.7&O2.D0 per doz. chickens tic per pound; hens 5c per pound looatcrs 2c per pound; turkeys 7c per < .ttound.' ^1AMK—W1M ducks lu demand »1.00i&2.00 W ANTED—Oili to do Becond work and to assist In sewing, Family of three. Apply flats. to Mrs. Underwood, No. 8 Atwood "it MUSIC LESSON. 1 will receive pupils in music at my residence, 405 east Sherman. Vocal music, taught in classes or private lessons. M KS. A. W. I NNES. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most contrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solictod, Rates, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day. Approved the. Agreement. PAUIS, April 8,—The customs committee of the chamber of deputies havo unanimously approved the commercial agreement between France and the United States, negotiated by Whiteluw Reid. l.oulhhom l.ottvrr to Retire. SAN ANTONIO, Texi; April ».—JohnW. Morris, of the Louisiana State Lottery Co., said to a reporter thut the lottery company would dissolve and go out of business at the expiration of its charter in lSOft. Morris denied that tho company contemplates establishing itself in Mexico or elsewhere. The Nebraska state supremo court has refused to grant ex-Oov. Thayer's petition for a rehearing of the celebrated gubernatorial case of Hoyd vs. Thayer. This settles the matter for all time ami Gov. lloyd's official position is now Hrmlv established- 1 To the Vulillc. It m^ght be well for the public to bear linniud that tho Wigwam,recently spoken df lu the NKWH , is to be erected before tYfo meeting of the Republican Makes Child Birth Easy. • Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. Booh to "Mothtra" mailed J'REE. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA. OA. SOLD BY ALL, DRUOGISTB. i Waw> „HI POWDER Absolutely Pure. A. cream of tartar baking powde highest of all in leavening stre i pi latest U. S. Government Food Bepo for Your Comfort. Travelers to iinil from Utah will be pleased to leurn thai Pullman palace Bleepera now run through, daily, without change, between Chicago and Ogden, over Santa Fe, Colorado Midland and Rio Crande Western lines—westbound via Colorado Springs, and eastbound via Colorado Springs and Denver. Tho true scenic route; plenty of time to see Manitou and vicinity. Double dally passenger service between Denver and Ogden. Inquire of nearest Santa Fe route ticket agent, for rates, sleeper reservations! etc. 4-1S tered health can be restored; the home made happy, and your life lengthened if you commence at once. "Bose Huds" have been used for twenty years in the private practice of one of the most eminent physicians of Paris, and the following diseases and their distressing symptoms yield to them like magic: Ulceration, Congestion and Falling of the Womb, Ovarian Tumors, Dropsy of the Womb, Hearing Down Pains. Rupture at Childbirth and Miscarriages. One package of "Rose Rnds" will make a new woman of you. (Deucon'hea or Whites are generally cured by one application.) Price per package (one month's treatment) SI.00 sent by mail postpaid, securely packed. The hicverette Specific Co., .Illll Washington St., Boston, Mass. 2 Opening Ony. Within the present month the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservations containing over '1 ,000,000 acres will bo, by proclamation of the president, opened for settlement. The 'reservation will contain six counties, C, D, E, F, (1, and II. The counties D, E, and F, iu 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, f. T., Uig- ens, Tex., or Canadian, Tex. Oood wagon roads lead from all four of these points. Counties G. and H. 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 lleno. 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 lias issued a special folder giving much valuable information, including maps, etc., which we will take pleasure in mailiug to any address. Any information cheerfully given on application at the Santa Fe ticket oflice. Inquiries by mail answered promptly. .1. W. TEDi'onr), Agent Santa Fe Route. Orosftii, WliHl\lii<£ton ami tho Northwest I'HClllo Coast. The constant demand of tho travel- ug 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 'ullman 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 arc f nr. ished complete with good comfortable hair matresses, 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. 5-31 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL Sexual PILLS Baw, Prompt, Poilttr* Our* for lmoat$iKi, Lou of Manhood, Stmlnal ernttolons, Bptmoiorrkot, Ntroouantu, Stl/Dlitnitt ton of Memory, <»c. Will mailt uon a &TRQHQ, Vlaar- ou» MOM Print 11,00, Bon$, $t 00, Stttlul artelhut ItMIti with tack 0ojr. 14U>1 IM * Uilmo* St., ratUuiM. •T.LOUW. • M A Sound Liver Mnkes a Well Alan. Arc you bullous, 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 o blood 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 liver medicine. Price 75 cents. Sold by all druggists. Little Judith, the 8-year-old daughter of Mr. Mullincaux, of the Inland Christian Advocate, 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, and, went over and said: "You must take this medicine; it will do you good. Mr. Mullincaux was cu­ rious as to the result and on ranking inquiry learned that the littlo neighbor, who had been unable to rest 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. The attack in the beginning gave every evidence of being a severe attack of whooping couglv Indeed it was a genuine case; 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 givo unquestioned relief. The medicine referred to is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by C. It. WINHI.OW, Druggist ir> S. Main St. French Tansy Wafer.. These wafers are for the relief and cure of painful irregularities, and will remove all obstructions. They arc sure and safe every time. Manufactured by Emerson Drug Co., Han Jose, Cal., and for sale at A. & A. Drug Co. 10(1 N. Main street, HutohinBon, Kan. Neuralgia Curcil In in Minnies Mr. ,1. S. Sturtevanl, editor of the Waupuco (Wis.) Post, says: "Last night Chamberlain's Pain ilalm cured my wife of neuralgia of .the face and tooth in fifteen minutes. We would not be without il." HO cent bottles for sale by C. II. Winslow, 15. South Main, Mrs! L. R. Patton, Rockford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I ean recommend Do Witt's Sarsaparilln, 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 noiae or nonsense, we are going to put a magnificent line of seasonable goods 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 iu it for us, and agood 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 the 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 Styles -OF- I) Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Shoes and Hate. Fine Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen A SPECIALTY. They sell like Lightning at the prices we are j now asking. „ "THE BAiZA.R 9 " J E, B ARROW , J R ., P ROPRIETOR. 14 North Main Street, Hutchinson. HAVE MOVED! To our own room, No. 4 South Main Street. No. 4 South Main St. I 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 pri ce for thiB 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 breasted, 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. I have the largest assortment of ladies', children's, boys' and men's shoes in the city. Gall and see them, as I have not space to mention all I hav e. A handsome DINNE S ET of 105 pieces, highly decorated, can be seen in our south window: I A. MINCER, Prop.

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