The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on April 23, 1892 · Page 8
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, April 23, 1892
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MONEY AND 8TOCKK. NKW YOKK, April 23.. Atcnlson.Tmwka and Santa Fe. .in. Missouri Pacific, r,i)!4. I Hock Island, ttr.K. i St. Paul, 7R. ( Union Faclflc, MM. 3 Western Union, UK. JPHOlWOk. Chtaa|ro. C 'lUCAOe, April 23.—[Special advices received by the Kansas Grain and Live Stock eoropany.] — W MSAT — The fact that the foreign markets dirt not re spond to our advance yesterday, aided ny fine needing weather, has given lis a heavy market to-day. Possibly it would have been a -weok one but for the gen- ... era! reluctance of Bome room traders to ^opon fresh trades on Saturday. /The market shows no clear Indication of a wide movement in either direction. The situation is apparently bearish out there is one fact, one that may have considerable influence, nomcly,' the large and continued engagements for export. Should they keep up for a considerable time at current rates and clearances increase in proportion \ increases would be likely to go higher, but alleged engagements for exports via outposts are regarded with suspicion by the trade, for experience has shown they are sometimes resold and the transactions are no different from ordinary speculations. Some interest has been taken in the sharp advance of cash wheat in New York to-day as it has drawn attention to a report that : but Bears out of 240 No. 2 Chicnge were found good enough to fill contracts in the former city. It is believed this will tend to depress Chicago wheat and correspondingly enhance the value of No. 1 northern. The next visible statement will probably show a lnrge reduction. The ex- portehave bcenlnrgcr.reccipta at prim ary markets smaller,- and a portion of shipments by lake will disappear alto gether. For example, Erie and Sandusky havp received 700,000 bushels of grain, and neither port is included in the visible. Coiw AND OATS —May corn held stead ily most of the session around 42 cents, traders assuming that the clique would absorb all offerings at that price. This impression proving unfounded there was a.quick drop of one half cent on a Bhow of realizing, but the decline was quickly checked when the clique brokers appeared to support the market. Oats rather easier but no features of interest. Provisions have hardly held their own. The feeling is quite bearish on pork but lard and ribs have a good many friends though they are not at present predicting much better prices. TDc following is the ranjre of prices for active futvres: 0ORN-2«c RYE—No. a flSc; No. 3 60c, OATS-'-Mc. ' I.tve Stock. CATTI-li-Steady; Stockern S*.B<v&,1.80; feeders 52,SW^T'-'": fat cows and hclfcrs In demand |; fat steers S3.00@3.50. 1IOOS—Steady. Wagons, tops 13.70: car »3.n064.00. SHKEP—In demand. »3,76©4.00. 1'onltrjr unit Wild ftume. CHICKKNS-ChlckcnB »2.75®3.B0 per do*; chickens fitfc per pound; hens 8c.per pound: rooster* ic per pound: turners vc per pound. GAWK-Wild docks In demand S1.00@3.00 per doz.; plfconain demand 91 .00 per clos.; geese »l.00©1.50per dost. OOSKP. Oraln receipts at Chicago: Wheat, (•2 cars; corn, 216; oats, 34. Wheat received at Minneapolis, 193 cars. Chicago reports grain out of store: Wheat, 142,000 bushels; corn, Or.,000; oats, 44,000; vyc, 2,000. The weather in the northwest is clear and 48 degrees above. Inspections at Chicago: Winter wheat, 2 out of 10; 14 over; spring wheat, 25 out of OS; corn, 6 out of 280; 70 over; oats, 10S out .of 233; B3 over: now corn, 22a; No. 2, 72; No. S, 115, The London and Liverpool wheat markets were both quiet and nn changed. • CEORCE'W. CHILDS. tween Fox and Borrowe, growing out of the publication of the; letters In the Borrowc-Drayton affair, are that tho parties have fixed upon some place in Belgium as the scene of combat. It is said that a duel will be fought to-day. MitccwRflH ill-* l-*titli<*r In congress. WIKCHKSTKR , Ky., April 83.—Joe M. Kendall WHS elected yesterday in the Tenth district to suceecd his father, J. W. Kendall, lu eongreiw. He hod no opposition. The vote was very light In a collision between a. freight and an emigrant train at Salisbury,. Pa., yesterday, six emigrants were injured seriously. ,, 1 •. ... The people of the state of Washington have begun agitating tbe opening of the Colville Indian reservation in that •tote. .. SHILOH.S VITALIZE!* ig what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 60 and 75 cents a bottle. For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WHEAT. May.... July.... OOKN. March July.... May .. OATS. July.... May... March . PORK. May.... July... 1.A.BD. May.... July... aim. May.... July... Opcn'd High't.|Lov/'st ClOB'g. «03K no* 81 MX SOY, sow H0V 80 H MX au 48!* 38* SO 4UH :ISK 411* •M% 41K 277( 28 2»* 2754 27S ass S7X D :ir, 8 6?J< o:i7« nuo ii :10 » fiSM 0 32!4 Ufi2H S IB a 2r, « 17K 0 12« U 20 « 12!* t) SS n r,o o nr. a 63H 5 65 ft 50 6 02« r. 5214 B 1)5 WHEAT—No. 2 steady; cash 80.*c; May H0«; July 80M©80Kc. COKN—Lower: No. 3 cash 408)41 Xc; April 41Hc; May 41Sc; June 38Kc; July BtUjc OATS—No. z strong; c 2 «w ©28Kc; July 27S @20ac cash 28»@20c; Mar ..... ..„20JtC MKSS POHK—Easy; cash S0.2T'/,; May cash Jtt.lfi: May Jfl .lBi May I0.32W-July JO.B2V4 LARD—Easy; — July 10.27)*. SHORr JUBS—Soar: cash JS.52H :»6.82H; July $6.05. . BYK-No. 5 quiet, 72W@7.1c. ..BARLEY—No. 2 nominal. r>8@fl0c. FLAX SEED—No. l steady, D7c. TIMOTHY SEED-Eaay, *1..1S. DOTTKR-^Steady. WHlSKY-yi.13. St. Louis. ST. Louis. April 23. WHEAT—Closing lewer; cash 8&&c; May *Mic; July 78jic: Auguat 7S)ic. CORN-Cash and May firm; July lower; •c &Bh :»7ttc-, May OTc: July :i0c. OATS—Lower; cub 30J4C; May 30c; July "17c. POHK—Quiet: $10.00. LAUD—Nominally Jfl .OOfor straight prime steam. WHISKY-Stearty, JJ.13." Kama* City. KANSAS CITV, April 23., WHEAT—Nothing doing. COBN-Steady; Ajrll SIKOSfic. OATS-Lower:: May28®2B)4. HAY-Onchangcd. FLAX SKBD-Unchangcrt. UVJTTER—Unchanged. KGOS-Unchanged? IJVK STOCK. Ho will lw llittiqueted liy the Union Pr tors ot* Chicago. CHICAGO , April 23. —A call was issued to-day for n meeting of the local branches of the Typographical Union to he held to-morrow for the purpose of arranging for a grand 'reception to be tendered to George W. Childs, the proprietor of the Philadelphia Record, and who wll 1 be in this city during the week commencing Moy 1, on his way to Colorado Springs to participate in the opening ceremonies of the Home for Disabled Printers, and of which himself and Arthur J. Drexel of Philadelphia are the founders. Already elaborate preparations have been made for the. reception of the grand old man of the Quaker city, and who has been rightly termed the Peabody of America. On the day of his arrival in Chicago he will be dined by Eugene Field at the Union League. On the following day there will be a reception in the new' Herald building, and which will afford many thousands of his friends and admirers in this city an opportunity of taking him by the hand. On the following day he will visit the world's fair and other points of attraction, and be banqueted by Willium Penn Nixon and II. P. Kohlsaat of the Interior Ocean at Kinsley's. At this banquet there will be present the leaders of the Typographical Union and of the Typothcto ns well as the most proininct citizens of Chicago. On the following and last day of his stay in Chicago Mr. Childs will be entertained at a breakfast by Melville E. Stone, formerly proprietor of the Daily News, and will be tendered a reception by the Chicago Press club, and also, if time permits, by the Union League. On the following day he will continue his journey to Colorado Springs. The printers' reception, which will breathe in a marked degree the love, affection and devotion which is entertained for Mr. Childs by the craft throughout the civilized world, will probably be given on Tuesday the third. " Asphyxiated ny Uas. NBW YOKK , April 23. —A man and woman registered as John Vugari and wife of Washington were found asphyxiated this morning at the Park Row hotel. The woman was dead and the man dying. Mme. Defcrilon, teacher of elocution, and mother of the late Comedian James Obrien, was found dead in a room today asphyxiated by gas, which the police believe to be turned on with suicidal intent. API. 21 Mr: .1. 15. Pond has the honor to announce the first and only appearance in this city of the most universally popular American Poet and Lecturer. Will Carleton. SUBJECT: "The Drama of Human Nature." Interspersed with Reading from his Published and Unpublished Poems. During the evening Prof, Will Davis will render Beveral selection of music on the pipe organ. Price of admission, 75 cents. SEATS 01 SALE AT OPERA HOUSE BOOK STORE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. St. Louis, Food for the starving Russian*. P HILADELPHIA, April 32. —The steamer Conemaugh weighed anchor at 2 p, m. to-day and set sail for Russia, with a cargo of provisions and clothing to relieve the sturving and freezing peasantry. ' The Fox»Ilorrowe Duel. LONBON, April 23.—The latest reports concerning the prospective duel be- ELOCUTIONIST. At the Episcopal Guild Hall, under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild, TUESDAY NIGHT, - - APRIL 26. The following are a few selections from Miss ShonU' repertoire: Witch Scene," Macbeth. "Sleep Walking Scene," Macbeth. •'The Foxes Tails." "Bells of Shaudon." "Old Actor's Story." •'Joan of Arc's Farewell." "Lady Clare." "Second £rial." "Horve Kiel." Royal Baking Powder is reported by ^ the U. S. Government, after official tests, highest of all in leavening power. It is the best and most economical; a pure cream of tartar Baking Pqjvder. Happy HoMlsvii. Wm. Tlmmons, postmaster of Idaville, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for mo than all other medicines combined, for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to be the best kidney and liver medicine, made me feel like a new inon." 0. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: Electric Bitters is just the thing for & man who is all run down and don't care whether he lives.or dies; he found now strength, good appetite and felt just Uke he ha d a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a bottle, at any drugstore. "OUR PLEASANT HILL ROUTE." The best talent of the city will furnish vocal and instrumental music during the evening. TORTURING ECZEMA Editor Iowa Plain Dealer Cured of In- •ufleruble Itching and Pain by the Cutlcura Remedies. ST. LOUIS, April 23. CATTLR—Receipt* three cars: stronR. HOOS-RecctptH 1 .000; steady at yesterday's quotations. SHEEP—Receipts six cars; strong. Chicago. UHICAOO, April. S'J. The Evening Journal reports; OATTLR—Receipts 2,000; and alUsold at fully as atrong prices as any day during the week, the market closing 2RQ40c higher than a week ago: shipments 1.000. • HOGS—Receipts 0,000: unchanged; rough »4.00@«.tif>; prime heavy and butcher weights M.SfigtOO; llglii f4.60tot.B0: * fewat<4.05. SHEEP—Receipts 4,000: largely Texans; *ll sold except Texans: prices steaay. Kanwi City. KANSAS OITT, April 43. OATTWJ — Receipts, a.000. Shipments. 000. Steady; steers f3.&5®4,40; cows 11.70 ®».00: Blockers andfeeders S3.00@H.55< HOGS — Kecelpu. 8,100; shipments S.OOO: .Steady at yesterday's close. All gradco «:i.8O04.4O: Uulk«4.!IO@4 .ari. '•• SHEEP—Receipts, 1,400; shipments, S,B00; Unchanged. HUTUIIIN.SON MARKET- No Lw Than Five Physician* Consulted. Their Combined Wisdom Followed Without Benefit. Produce. second *'t,Otnt -Hlghe6t patent, S8.40 natcnt. *S.1!0; extra Bin- Si .'.OO. "BUTTBR-In demand. Creamery, SBc; duest'dairy, 20c; flue dairy, lBe: common 10c, • KGGS-ln demand, 10c. IHM'ATOWS-Oholce? ao®or.c. APPliKS—11.00©!.SIS per bushel. OmoHS -ln fair demand;, Bed. iuc per bushel; home grown, Spanish, 11,25 p« r bushel.. ; . ^ OABHAGK^lr,4c :perw>und. i TOKNW§.--ln demand, ilOc per bushel. ' g*BJCT- POTATaK ^-I'lehty, $1.00 uer *mt. ^,,,4, »S .ooa6 .(M )Moos«, |8.00»«.0O X nm fllsty-slz yesr* old. In August, fug troubled with uw pocullM skin, IIIHSM to wtilch pcopla of my sgo ft re subject, known smonr mtut- oal men as eexeua. lt# tint appearance'wait uear tbo anklci, Ii rapidly attended over the lower extremities until my legs were nearly one raw eoro; from leg* the trouble extended acrou the Win, •bouldera and toe entire length of the arras, the log* and arms greatly ' :, without advice .attainable was employed^ less than five physicians of the place being con. swollen with an itching, . _—, „ hoi * " best medical advice .attainable was ami burning pain, without cessation. Although the suited and the prescriptions bring the result of tbslr combined wisdom, the dlsesae, though apparently checked, would recur to a tew days IU bad aa ever; during lu progress my weight fell away about twenty.flre pounds. As an expert, moot 1 began the use of OuTtcuaa, following the simple and plain instructions given with the RXM- ct», and In four weeks found myself well, with skin soft and natural la color, the Itching and pain entirely relieved. \v. B. MEAD, Kdllor Iowa Plain Dealer, Crsaoo, la. Cuticura Resolvent The new Blood and Skin Purifier, and greatest of Humor Keutetlles, internally (lo cleanse tbe blood of all impurlUes and poisonous elements, and thus remove the cause), and OUTicuaA ,tbe great Skiti Dure, and CUTioUKe Soap, au exquisite Bklu I'url. ikr sad BeanUBer, externally (to clear the skin and si-ulp, and restore tbe hair), speedily cure every humor aud disease of the akin, scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, whether Itching, burning, sculy, pimply, and blotchy, whether simple, scrofulous, hereditary, or coDlaglous, when physicians and all other remedies fail. Sold everywhere. Prloa.Ovricuru.lOe.; Bexv, tic.; RisoLVa-Nf, »1. Prepared by the Forma DBIIO ADD CuaucAi, OoarosaTioM, lloston. M~ Sand for " How to Cure SKlu Diseases.' PIUPIXS, biacx-besds, chapped and oily akin rlln cured by OuriouaaaliDicatiD Boar. ^ ^Jt/ FREE FROM RHEUMATISM. MT. : I» sal iBtamts) UM.Oallcura M ^ Awil.Pejl».Pl«at« relWies rhtu- H UTCHINSON OPERA HOUSE. W. A. LOE, Manager, Street cars at the door after entertainment The Missouri Pantile Itallroad Com- Attention is again called to our Pleasant Hill route, the opening of which tvas announced in July 1890. The now line reaches some of the richest and most productive portions of the east, and furnishes to the public facilities and advantages not obtainable elsewhere. An unusual number of the leading cities of Missouri and Kansas are located on this line and the counties through which it passes in Missouri have a population of more than one-third the entire state. To those desiring to take a pleasant trip east our Pleasant Hill route offers un- equealed facilities. We beg to again call attention to tho fact that we have the most direct line to St. Louis, and all points east. Our train service is excellent and avoiding all transfers at Kansas City. Our rates are always as low as the lowest. Information cheerfully furnished. 5-5 P. 3. IiKiHBACH, Agent. Guaranteed Cure. "™" We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds upon this coudition: If you are afflicted with a cough, cold or any throat, lung or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not muke this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at Sidlinger's drug store. Large sine, 5oe and $1. 2 ltepolilleuit Committee Meeting. The Republican county central committee is called to meet at the court house in Hutchinson on Wednesday, May 4th, at 1 o'clock p. in.. Every member of the committee is requested to be present, J. Ii. VISOEUT , Chairman. J. F. STOUT , Secretary. d-w Weuralg-la Cured In 15 Hinutea Mr. J. 8. Sturtevant, editor of the Wsvupaco (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." 50 cent bottles for sale by C. B. Winslow, 15 South Main, ilueklen'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by C. E. Sidlinger, TUESDAY. -«a 26. Evening at S and a Brand Family and School Matinee at 3 p. m, Farewell tour of the world renowned and original Mrs. General Tom Thumb, (Countcsn Magrl.) The Liliputians in the pantomimical musical extraviganza "THE RIVALS" and "Gulliver among the Liliputians. The European celebrities, Mr. Chas, H. Clarke, the London Comlque, Commodore. Middleton and his midget ponies, Victor Lee, the Royal wizard in new "Ulaok Art," the piquant little songstress, Miss Lena Holt; Prof. Olea- sou's Doe Circus, and the Koyal Japs. Everything new this season. Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumbs carriage and ponies, tho smallest in tho world, will bo on exhibition daily. To Old Soldiers. I shall open In a few days a real estate, locating engineer's and surveyor's office at tho hew town whioh will be located at Red Bock, on the Santa Fe, thirty-seven miles south of Arkansas City. I have J. O. Stewart and others of tho original surveyors of that land in my employ. I will locate claims, re-establish corners, do the necessary improvement and filing for 835 apiece. Forward power of attorney, and send roe discharge or duplicate, and I will select good claims, and furnish diagrams of lands showing water and other advantages, with filing papers. Send check for 825 with power of attorney to me at Winflold, ™ until the strip IB opened. CAPT. JAS . W. IlAMuyroN. Kan., Hprlnn; Irtedlolne. Dr. Qunn's Improved Liver Pills, on account of their mild action are especially adapted for correcting spring disorders, such as impure blood, tired brain and aching and worn out body. They act promptly on the liver and kidneys; drive out all Impurities from the blood, and malaria from the system. Only one pill for a dose. Try them this spring. Sold at 25 cents a box by C. B. Winslow, druggist. 5-31 Omaha, Nebraska, where the Methodist General Conference will meet in May is in the centre of the Great Kock Island System, and parties can go via this line from Chicago, St. Patil oil Minneapolis, Peoria, Keokuk, Iowal Watertovra, . S. D.; Denver, Pueblo,. Liberal, Kansas, and Mlnco, in the] Indian Territory. No road entering) Omaha has as wide a range of territory and all visiting this Conference securesuperb service over the fj Book Island. „ -• .Tons S EBASTIAN, G. T. &.V. A., ' C. R: I. & P. R'y., Chicago, JM Great] A gentleman in Union County, M« who is too modest a man to have ••>* name mentioned in the newspapers^ was cured of rheumatism by Chamber -I Iain's Pain Balm after trying otherl medicines and treatment for thirteen! yearn. For sale by C. Ii. Winslow,! druggist, 15, South Moin street. Ik] French Tnnay Wafera.- These wafers are for the rel|i;fl cure of painful irregularities, and/ remove all obstructions. They 1 :; sure and safe every time. Manu , tured by Emerson Drug Co., San JoaeJ Cal., and for sale at A. & A. DrugCo. T 10(1 N. Main street, Hutchinson, Kan.] I>r, Ouun's Onion Byrnp. This remedy is a sure cure for all diet eases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold, .ltwlll stop a cough f in one night, no matter how severe.) It is just what its name implies; art onion syrup, compound in such manner] as to do away with the unpleasant tast and odor ot the vegetable. When in need of a cure for a cough] or cold, try It. Price 80 cents. Sold by] C. B. Winslow, druggiBt. HI,' 1 will sell my stock of Shoes ^ —— —.— — FOR y • 70 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR • 1 I Mean just what I Advertise. Call at my store and convince yourself. I am going W| make a grand clearance sale of shoes, as I do not want to] carry them in stock in future. We are going to give away ti handsome dinner set of dlshe* to someonesl Come in and see thorn. The Golden Eagle Clothing House. No. 4 South Main. A. MINCER. PROP .I HIGH GRADE FURNITURE -ATLOW GRADE PRICES Buy Furniture At \V ; ^'- ;: - ; vV Manufacturers' Prices, At Home. Bed Room Suites, Parlor Suites, Folding Beds, Dining Room Tables, Side Boards, Rockers and Chairs, Picture Mouldings. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Evening—Children under IS, 25 cents; general admission, 50 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents, heats onsale at Opera House Hook Store. . Matinee—bchool children 18 cents; general admission, 25 cents. Reserved seats at box office for matinee, 50 cents. OTJSON & WATSON. Grocery and ^ IN LATE STYLES AND LARGE ASSORTMENT The grandest improvements of the age. Don't fail to see them A :•: Gunn Combination Folding Bed and Windsor Upright B Comer Main ai^d Avenue As

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