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HUTCHINSON DAItY NEWS, MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1892. THE MARKETS. MONEY ANI> STOCKS. NKW YoilK, April 1 ). Avtitnun. Topcka anil Sanla Ke,nil'*. MlBwmri J'Bcltlc, iW'i. lMck Inland, H7. St. Paul. 7914. Union Pacific. 4fl'». Western Union, lin«. Silver. K7V(. I'UODUCK. nut of 31; corn, 4 out of 142; on.t«, 41 out of I !i!>. New corn, total. 138. No. •i, .'12; No. 3, HH. Chicago reportK frrain out of store: Wheat, 178,000 bushels; corn, 170,000; oats, 28,00(1; rye, 10,000. WHICH ONE HAS FALSIFIED? Chlrxffo. ('niLiAiio, April 11.—|8pech\l sidvices received by the KiiDfin." drain and Live Mtoc.U company.]— WIIKAT —Mr. Dodge's report, looking at the fltrures themselves was undoubtedly bnlliBh, but its effect WIIN destroyed by an admission that the low condition IK dun to tardy development nnd favorable weather may change this in subsequent reports. The knowledge that favorable weather hiui prevailed since the report was compiled and that the wheat is growing vigorously where its condition scorned uncertain last month, caused holders to let go to-da}', after an early uftorl to bull the market, and the result is a bad break. Still lower pricCH are looked for as neither outside uor foreign markets have responded fully to our advance and conditions do not favor n bull market. Corn and oats have held rather firm in consequence <if decreased visible and light receipts. Then! is a good shipping demand for oats, but com is rather neglected. Provisions have eased oil' a trifle in sympathy with the weakness in other mnrkets but lighter receipts of hogs and better prices have been u sustaining feature. Tile following 1* the range <»1 prices for active UitnrcH - . Djicn'ri niKirt. r-ow'st CIOH'K. WUHAT. June. Mli Mav HI ''' H'-,« sr.'/, Vioii July 8-1 !i ''' H'-,« sr.'/, 8() ;„ HI COllN. .Inly :in.'i :i<i :iH-!i ••181,5 .June. ;is(, :m»; :IH« May •i l •n?i •low •10!., March MSli :IKJ< ;>H.'y 08.IJ OATS. Jul J •nn "7 7 il May •-'ii'.i SHU Marc to wv, •JSS •:o!i PORK. May 10 !!S'/, io 10 isvs 10 1'.!'', July io :isii 10 :f.'M 10 !.T, 10•<;> I.AICD. Mav 0 '."J 15 0 !.".'ti o mi 0 lT',i July o \m\ ii iwii II m> o :io JUHS. o \m\ May r> an i-i 00 r, no r, oo JHly... .. ... .'!?'"•* r, 70 5 70 WIIKAT—No Sciimr; e;i.sh BO'-JIfsHIc: May • NOMc: .Inly HI OORN-No. imic- May 40 ~ Htcadv; r.-iMh -loi-ic; April »iC/.lo«,,c; June ;i8\c; July atiJi ©••IH«c. OATS- No. 3 ntcadv; osish «»«e; Mav Sliyc. , MESS l'OKK-~<;:tnli $10,110: May $10.10.' bAJlir .Cash fu.ift: Mav SU.ao. SHORT KlliS -C.atOi *r >.r.r.; May Ki.57V'»<if 0.00. HYIC-No. s 70c easy. HAUIiKY -No. !> nominal: April r>r><: PI.AX SKF.D-NII. 1 Ciinv Il7'*c. TIMOTHY SEl'.IJ- l'rlin'eiiulct. $l .:.'Hiai .110 IIUTTUU-Wcak. J-'.l!U.S--Steirty. HI. l.iiill*. (VIIHAT-ljijuer; July 70Aic. COI1N—llrttrr; dull .'I7VS •iff: May :mic: July .'uic. OATS-Lower; cash ;mH l*lMK-<juiel: $10,024. I.AHD- Nominal; #(l.0l>. ST. I,culls. April 1 1. ,i«li H»c; May m ^c: ; optlonH a Hliadc May ;i(lr. K;mimtt City, KANSAS CITV, April 1 1. WUc.U and corn excited no intercut thin morning, there bcini* no trades inaile. OATS—No.!! caHli M)\ic: Anril.JJHVJ-lir. I1UTTKH--Wralt,dcclilllnK, 80iJ »!Mir. BOOS—Very weak at lie. .11AY anil Oiix sect! ntcaily. VorcilKii <lriiln Market. MvaaeooL. April 11.— Wheat weak: California SO lower; other prices unchanged. Corn canter. 1*0 lower. MAUK I.AWH, April 11.—Spot wheat and corn turn dearer. T.oNnoN, April 1 1.—Cargoes oft the coast steadily held; California Oil; red winter lid hlKhcr on paiisagc: liuvcrs hesitate; quotations Alois higher. Corn quiet. Weather line _ 1.1 VK .HTOCK. KanHSH City. KANSAS CITY. April 11. G'ATTIiB-Kecelpts 1,800; Klilpmcills L'..'l»0; steers were active and steady to fie higher at$:i.!iO—4.M: cows steady at S'.MKKTr.S.M; stockers and feeders sleaily at $~.nofo:i.r>0. 1IOUS—ICecelnts i.'.nuo: shipments !i.:;ou: Steady and active to lie higher; all grades $4.00S»4.r,U: bulk $4.:io«i).l,4?i. SHlfiBP-Keeelpts 2,000; shipments 1,200: Steady. . St. 1,1,ills. ST. I.OUIS. April 11. CATTL10—Keccipts 1,000. Steady. IIOOS—Ilecelnts 2.1100. Steady; lair to choice he»yy *.|.tr,((f .4.il0; mixed $4.005M .'iO; Torkers $4,451^4 .05. SllKKf—KecelptsHOO. Strong. Clilelk}fo. CllK'AOO, April il. CA1T1JS—Uccelpts 15.000: weak; slow; tendency downward on prime extra anil good, fat stcerH; some sales at $:i.80(i>1 .2r, tor choice to prime steers. HOOS-Hecelpts 111,000: active; closing strong; rough $:i.noov .4.2r.: mixed $4 .r.r,© 4,Ufi; prime heavy S4.70[»4.7[>; a few at $4.80: bRht $4.4Ui»4 .70, SHBBP-lleceipta 10.000: Doth sheep and lamhs 10c Igwer. HUTCHINSON MAItKKT. Vroilnee. 1'LOO«—Higliest patent, $H.4p: second patent, $1.20; extra llue. $2.00 HUTTKH-In demand. Creamery !!HCI tlacsl dairy, «0c; line dairy, 10c; common, 10i-. KlitlS- In demand. 10c. l'OTATf)KS-Ohoice, OOiaOOc. Al'I'l.MS- -»1.00(Tpl."r> per bushel. ONlONS-ln fair demand. lied 75c per bushel; home grown Spanish, $1.2o per busbel. OAlUlAOB-l'alr. 4c. per pound. TUUNIPS-ln demand 40cper bushel. HKKTS-sieady. "»nc per bushel. BWJIKT POTATOISS-l'lenty, $1.00 per bushel. HAY—Baled, $r>.ooijnr>.r»i); loose, :i.oo®fi.no per ton The Interesting Case of Annie Williams AKtllutit Kftrl Kunnell, IJOKIION , April II.—It is serni-ofD- eially announced that all efforts to bring about an amicable adjustment of the suit brought by Miss Annie Williams against Karl Russell, claiming 835,000 damages for slander, have failed, and that the case wilL go to trial at the forthcoming term of court. Formal service of the writ was made upon the earl to-day. The case, owing to its peculiar nature, has already attracted considerable attention both In legal and medical circles, and people of all classes aro taking so much interest in the preliminaries that It promises to become a "cause celubre." by the time the trial is reached. Considerable curiosity is expressed concerning the plea that will be. put forward on behalf of the earl. It cannot be "not guilty," because the. alleged slander was made public in open court, and it is therefore thought that the counsel for his lordship will be compelled toplead justification, and that the alleged slander was true in substance and fact. This case may result in extraordinary developments. The cause of the suit hud its origin during the. recent trial of the case brought by Countess Kussell against the curl for separation on the ground of cruelty and outrageous habits and conduct, and which suit was decided in the. earl's favor. Tn the. course of the case, upon cross-examination by opposing council, he was forced to admit that in his younger days he had seduced Miss Williams, who was employed as a house maid in the family of his parents, nnd that he had paid to her parents a large sum of money in full settlement of the dam- 'uge done to them by reason of such relationship. Now Miss Williams comes forward with the declaration that this evidence was false in substance and inflict,and that no improper relations had ever existed between herself and the earl, or for that matter between herself and any other individual of the male gender, and that us ;i matter of ftiet she is as much "virgine in tacte" as upon the day she was born. To i .?alte matters more interesting, her statement is confirmed by several medical men to whom she submitted for examination. Her parents also deny that any such negotiations as those narrated hy the earl upon the witness stand ever transpired between them,' and this dispite the fact that the. affair was common talk in the village where they resided at the. tune of the alleged settlement, and that the fact of Miss Williams having fallen a victim to the impetuous ardor of the earl has always been accepted in that neighborhood as gospel truth. The earl, it is claimed, by his friends, has abundant evidence to bauk up the story that was forced from him on the witness stand, the young women on the other hand, has abundant evidence in the form of tiie statements of the medical men that she is still, without quest ion a virgin. In the articles upon "Modern Itaby- lon," published in the Pull Mall Gazette some years ago by Editor Stead, and which cost him several months of imprisonment, there was a chapter specifically devoted to certain women who, it was claimed, made a business to restore young girls who had fallen victims to aristocratic, prolhgntes to their pristine condition. It is not specifically declared that such nhd explanation as this will account for the conflicting stories of Karl Russell and Annie Williams, but it is said that detectives have been employed upon this branch of the case, and medical evidence that such a condition of affairs would be possible can be produced in abundance. At any rate the trial promises to be prolific in prurient developments, both real and hypothetical. Uiirilun (My Crist. OAUDKN CITV , Kan., April II.—[Special.]—Weather very cold and windy, in fact extremely unpleasant, uiakfhg the spring very backward. Still small grain comes up in good shape and spring crops are all that could be wished. Such as the weather is, farmers are making the best possible use of it. Compared with our unfortunate brethren further east, we have been very fortunate in tho way of tornadoes aud their resulting damage. During the gales of a week ago, some foolish person started u fire in the sand hills several miles south of here, across tho Arkansas river, and almost instantly the flames and smoke eov.ered many miles of territory, tho town being com pletely' enveloped in dense smoke While much damage was done, by this wicked act, the total loss was much less than it was feared it would be. Hut the escape was a very narrow one No punishment would bo too severe for such inexcusable recklessness, involving both the. loss of property and the risk of precious lives Ono serious loss that money cannot replace, is the destruction of thousands of prairie hens, who tions are hoped for by the sanguine t armors of this county. This is one of the low down years for the price of sorghum seed. Last year it sold as high as SI. 70 a bushel. This yeivr it only sells at2f> cents. Noxt year it will probably sell high again, and so it goes up and down, with very wide fluctuations. Then! is a Btoady demand here, every year for so much of the seed, both for forage and for the grain. II is generally understood that our very affable and accommodating as well as popular receivers of this land office, is not to be a contestant against Jerry Simpson. If he should be a candidate ho would probably come nearer to polling an unanimous vote in South West Kansas than any other man. The re-appointment of BailroadCom­ missioner 1>. It. Anthony for another term gives tho most complete satisfaction to the business men of this section. It is earnestly hoped that the commissioners will soon compcll the roadB to eomo to terms. John K, Porter Dead. Tnov, N. Y., April 11.—Hon. John K. Porter, senior counsel for the people in the trial of Oarfleld's assassin, Glteau, and for the defense in the Jlcecher trial, died at Waterford this morning. District Court. H. Whiteside was chosen as judge pro tern, to try the case of the Hutchinson National Uank against W. W. Waterfleld. The case was tried to a jury and. resulted in a verdict for plaintiff. Judge. Martin for plaintiff and Davidson and Williams for defendant. F. F. 1'rigg was chosen as judge to try the ease of The Water, l/ight and Power company against Allen. This case was tried to a jury with Tjcslie •and Crawford attorneys for plaintiff, and McKinstry and Wise for defendants. All these are eases which were formerly brought by Judge Murtin and hence must be tried by some one else as judge. It is thought all these will be finished to-day and the business proceed as usual to-morrow with Judge Martin presiding. POWDER Absolutely Pur*. A cream of tartar baking powder highest of all In leavening strength.— Latest U. S. Government Foad Report. Presbyterian 8upper. Next Friday evening in the Puterbaugh building^ corner avenue A and Main, the gentlemen of the Presbyterian church will give a supper. This supper will be entirely under the management of the gentlemen and they will endeavor to show the ladies how such things should lie done. After snp- per there will be given a grand cake walk. liolow is a list fit gentlemen who will serve on the tables and var ious committees: THE TAIH.ES. Table No. 1— C. 11. Menke, A. .1. Lusk, (leorgc Stitt, Stanley Williamson. Table No. Z —F. V. Hettinger, Willis M. Kakor, C. II. Svveetzer, E. S. ilandy. Table. No. 3—Tom Heebe, C. A. Ityker, O. E. Comstock, R. E. Emerson. Table. No. 4—CUas. E. Hall, Harry Kelhir, ,1. W. Ilrohm, Will Allen. Table No. S—O. P. Taylor, h. B. Young, J. M. Roberts, Will Kagan. Table No. U— Ed. Moore, llickWater- field, IS. L. Morrison. Table No. 7 —John llrehm, Fred Leidigh, Xiicliard Price, Reed Carpenter. Table No. 8—W. D. Taylor, A. W. Lines, J. W. Brady, J. F. DcWitt. I'OMMlTTKKB. Tickets—-.!. L. Penny, A. W. McCand- lcss. Collectors—Messrs. Crosby. Leidigh and O. S. Carpenter. Bread Cutters — Messrs. Talbott, Decker and Ardery. Meat Can-era—Dr. Lucas aud Messrs. Graham and Mead. Milk, Cream and Butter—Messrs. Wilson, Pennington and Dukelow. Room and Light—Messrs. Wood and Ueebe. Reception—Revs, A. F, lrvvin and D. M. Moore, and Messrs. A. J. Iligleyand John Chapman. In Durmicu Vile. Last October Frank and Chns. A. Smith had some dealings with J. B. Uainerof Payson, Utah, in which they secured a certain amount of boodle belonging to the aforesaid Ilainer, since which time he has been looking after them. About the same time they ar­ ranged with S." W. Chipman of American Fork Utah, to bring some cattle to Knnsa^ City and dispose of them, they to receive all they could get beyond a certain sum for the cattle. Mr. Chipman was to draw a certain amount, after which the balance was to go to the Smiths. After selling the cattle, one of the Smith's slipped away from Chipman, drew from the bank the eutive amount, and skipped the country. A few days since Mr. Uainer located the Smith boys at Kingman, and notified Mr. Chipman of his find. The. two hovered near the Smith bo3's until yesterday, when they found out that they were preparing to move. An arrest was sworn, aud a deputy secured, wheu the boys were arrested aud lodged in jail here. In attempting the arrest, one of the Smith boys tried to escape by running but was halted at the point of a Colt's navy. Rainey and Chipman are now awaiting a requisition from the governor of Missouri, after which they will be taken to Kansas City and tried. A New Deal. For thirty days only a fine 16x20 crayon and one do/.en artist cabinets for eight dollars, five dollars cash with order and balance when work is delivered. Call and see samples at the gallery. A. MClNTlTOKX. All work guaranteed first class. 5t hard 0oe: No. :l ^(irulu. WHBAT-No. 2 soft 7'.'c; soft B7c: hard Oiic. COHN-280. UYB-No. 2, or.c: No. !l, 00c. OATS-84c. Live Stock. CATVU'l-Steady; Storkcrs $2.8Mt:i.H0; feeders $2 .:;rifi ;i .'. r fi; fat cows and heifers In demand, $2.O0Qi'.'.t'O: fat steers JD.oo© 4.00. HOOS- Steady. Wagons, tops, $;i.oo: ear $4.10((*4.1o. SHlSBP—In demand $:i.755jel.OO. Poultry uiul IViltl Ciimo. ClllOKliNS-Chtrkenis$1.7t ,(iii2 .0«perdo«: chicken 5c per pound: hens flc per pound; roosters 2c per iwund; turkeys 7c per pound. GAMK—WHO ducks In demand $1.0018^.00 nerdox.; plyeons In demand, 11.00 per doz.; geese fl.00@il,S0 per do?.. UOS.S1P. Inspections at Chicago: Winter jih<atl,Soutot B7j spring wheat, 13 were burned and smothercd.on their nests full of unhatched eggs. They may now be seen in every direction, and until thegruss and underbrush was swept away tho extent of tho loss was not imagined by any one. The Racine steam plow, has finally been unloaded from the cars", put in working order and put to work. The great machine is a complete success— turning over tlip sod in excellent style In its symmetry and beauty it is a grand implement, and will do n splendid work for the county. The public spirited and enterprising Irrigation company that brought the plow here, expects to turn over about fl ,000 »eres with it, and put most of it into some forage crop. Tho patentee, Mr. Long, was present to start the plow. Hit now in the Hold at worlc, doing its twolity -Uve acres of plowing every day in! day light steam plow is fitted with both breaking nnd stirring gangs of plows. \bout twelve lect io covered at caoh Tho most Banguiuo expects Commercial Club. The members of the Commercial club are requested to be present at a meeting in Mr. TempWs office, in the Kansas Grain and Live Stock company's quar tqrs to-night, to transact business of importance. MIDLAND HOTEL. Most contrally located hotel in the city. NEW MANAGEMENT ENTIRELY. Patronage of traveling men solicted. Rates, $1,00, $1.25, $1.50 a Day. 0ZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Burn, Prompt, Foiltht Curt for Imftattnca, Lou of Manhood, Seminal Emh»lon$, 8permatorrlt*a, Ntrvoutne$t, 8el/'DUtruit, Lou of Memory, Ac. mil mnki you a STROM), Vigors out Han. Prlet tt.00, tal, $b 00. 8a«olal Plracf/oni Malftd with each Box. Aadna Stluul Et«IuUB»t fl«., flWB LuOAft AVI. ST.LOUI8, • MA A.Strike Imminent. KANSAS CITY , April 11.—The Star's St. .loo, Mo., special says; The trouble between the. Grand Island rood and its employes has broken out afresh. Some time since a schedule of wages was agreed upon, but lately the men have become dissatisfied with it, and at a meeting of the grievance committee of the Order of Railroad Trainmen to-day, a new schedule was prepared and presented General Superintendent McNeil, who < refused to consider It. No further action will bo taken until General Manager Robinson arrives in the city, wheu, unless tho agreement is reached, trouble may be loooked for. Afrfttd of llelnff Caryeil. KANSAS CITY , April 11.—llert Tolbert and Alex Anderson Grayson, both colored, roomed at a boarding house at the corner of Seventh and Wyandotte streets. Grayson produced a knife this morning and looking at Tolbert remarked in a manner the latter thought rather too significant: "This knife never carved any one." "It will never carve me," said Tolbert, and ho put a bulletin Grayson's brain. Cattlemen mill "Rnvtlors.'' HKKVKR , Col., April 11.—A special to the Times from Cheyenne, Wyo., says: It is now past noon and no details of the fight between tho cattlemen and "rustlers" which is thought to have occurred in .lohnson county, have been received. The wire to Casper is all right, but is in the hands of either the cattlemen or "rustlers," who will allow nothing to pass but what they approve of. Some startling news is expected this afternoon. , A Sound Mver Makes » Well MHII, Are you billions, 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 aud your oblood is being slowly poisoned because your liver docB not act properly. Ilerbinc will cure any disorder o 'f the liver, stomach or bowels. It has no equal as a liver medicine. Price 75 cents. Sold by all druggists. French T.nny Waters. 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., s an j os0] Cab, and for sale at A. & A. Drug Co. 100 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan. neuralgia Cured In In Minutes Mr. .!. Si Sturtevant, editor of the Waupaco (Wis.) Post, says: "Last night Chamberlain's Pain Halm cured my wife of neuralgia of the face and tooth in fifteen minutes. We Would not be without it." no cent bottles for sale by C. Ii. Winslow, 15 South Main, MrsJ L. R. I'attou, Roekford, 111., writes: "From personal experience I can recommend De Witt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for impure blood and general debility." Ream's Midland Pharmacy. CATCH ON To the best opportunity of it lifetime for buying cheap. Without any fuss or funny business, without .any noise or nonsense, we are going to put n magnificent line of seasonable goods on the market at prices that will make them JUMP. I*' 8 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 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 notlosC 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 s -OF Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions,-Skocs and Hafc. Fine Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen A SPECIALTY. They sell like Lightning at the prices we are now asking. 99 "THE BAZAR, J E, BARROW, JR., PROPRIETOR. 14 North Main Street, ' HutchinBon. HAVE MOVED! To our own room, No. 4 South Main Street. • HOUSE. K. N. G AT THE OPERA FRIDAYWGHT, • - JPRIL15. Grand Concert by the Famous SECOND - - REGIMENT - - BAND. 25 6 MEN SOLOISTS 25 6 In looking overjny 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 this 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 beBt Btock 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. Gall 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 oity. Call and see them, as I have not space to mention all I hav e. TO BE GIVEN AWAY! A handsome DINNER SET of 105 pieces, highly decorated, can be seen in our south window. 1 Admission, 50c. Gallery. 25o SEATS ON SALE AT OPERA HOUSE BOOK STOVE. Street earn at the door after the eatertaln- inent. ••' (fa No. 4 South Main St. A. MINCER. Prop

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