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*4 ui«i» J ^^JiilLtUril'lJi^Wi • 1 HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MAY 2, 189a. THE MARKETS. MONEY ASiU STOCKS. Nv.w YOIIK , May i).—[Stock Letter furnished t>y the Kansas drain and Live Stock company.]—The general tone of the Sunday stock gossip was bullish on Heading and St. l'nul. although it was admitted they did not close very stiff on Saturday. The public is taking but little interest at present and notwithstanding easy money, speculation is very dull, and prices uru irregular. The strongest friends of of Heading predict SO lor it before the end of the the year and par soon after it. '__ ritoimci;. Chicago. CntCAuo, May :!.—[Special advices received by the Kansas Grain and Live Stock company. ]— WHKAT —l'urd- rldge and the crowd have been gunning all day for a line of long wheat held by a prominent local trader and they got it outside outside of the cables, which show no strength. The news lias been bullish. The large decrease in the visible, heavy clearances, large engagements for export, relative strength of the May option and prospects of continued cold, wet and backward weather, are the features. The longs having been shaken, the market is likely to be better to-morrow. CoitN AND OATS —There has been an increasing demand for July corn and the market has shown a good deal of firmness. The weather favors the long side, as it is unfavorable for planting and shipping. Oats were dull and shows no disposition to move, hut ouuht t<v gather some strength from the bad weather. PKOVISIONS — Little doing except changing over from May to late months. The increasing receipts of hogs indicate larger stocks and .lower prices. , The following is the ran^c of prices for active future*-. Open'rt Hlgli't. L ow'st Clos'g. WHEAT. June SI14 May HI 14 so 1 * SO', July six Slj, so 5, so;; COKN. so 5, July :mi{ :mis June :mis March :m»i May •U!i 40« MS OATS. 40« MS June July •;sb •Mli •J7*i '->H May. •-'«»» 'IH'i '2H PORK. May !> :i.-, II 4. r ) ii :t5 11.40 July .. ii t) til) t) 47Vj 11 til) LARt). May 0 17W 11 lTi-i 0 10 11 10 July lh--'7!4 «'-'"!•> H '.•() «-2-:y, urns. May .-1 (JO >> 'I7H r» 80 July 70 r. -m .", 07 •.( •'.72ii c;fsh S0c; May KOc July May WHEAT—No. ao«c. CORN—No. '1 firm: cash .10'.(©4oyc M»"5«!,c'. Juno »us@:u>Vic. Julv •.l!lv,c. OATS—No. •; steady: cash •JS'.4c.;"Mav '-'KHC; Julv-:sc JjESS l'OHK—Steady; cash $».:i7'.i©li. 10; Mav B!l.;17'i(«il.l0; Julv Slt.'iT'a'SttUSn. LAKD-sicailv; cash S0.10; Mav S'l.lti; Julv ?n.*;>i. " ' ShOHTHIBS-Stcadr; casli 5.-..ti7';: May $ri.87H; Julr sr..T.-J!i. KYK—No. l.' Inactive; 70c. UAHLEY—No. - nominal. Uflc. FLAX SBEn~So. I steady. f>7!i<\ PIJ1MK TIMOTHY SEKD-BaRV: $1.:M. IILnTEU--Stca.lv. KG'.:S-Steady. J Kansas City. miration by giving it a liberal patronage, which they no doubt will do. The members of the new firm are all well known aud need no introduction from the NKWH. .1. L. Smith, or Fay, has lived here for years, and there is hardly a man, woman or child who does not know and like him. Dun Miller, the only Democratic ofticc holder Reno county ever had, needs no other mention to prove his popularity. Mr. Carpenter is one of Ueno county's oldest and most enterprising citizens. His labors for the city have been such as have been equaled by a very few. For the past year he has conducted the livery barn on Walnut street and given universal satisfaction to all who have had dealings with him, and no doubt in the future, as he has a much larger barn under his management, will outdo his past record as the prince of liverymen. This firm are now better prepared than any barn in the city ever was to give attention to the subject of boarding horses, and will make this branch of the business a specialty. Remember their location, the old Wolcott biirn. Second avenue west, telephone 130. Cured nr the l>rlnk llnltlt. EDITOR NEWS : Will you please give space for the following statement: For thirty-five years I have been a constant drinker of intoxicating liquors, the hnbit finally becoming so strong that 1 was little better than a common drunkard. Some three weeks ago 1 was prevailed upon by .1. I". Illaekburn of this city, to take a treatment of bi-chloridc of gold, as prepared by him. and after a thorough trial. I wish to say to your rentiers that the treatment has been a complete success. Before taking the treatment the desire for liquor was so strong that 1 could not pass a point where it was sold without going in and drinking, if I had the money to buy it with, and if I had no money 1 would borrow enough to buy a drink. After I commenced taking Mr. Blackburn's preparation the taste for liquor gradually left me and to-day I can truthfully say 1 have no appetite nor desire for liquor of any kind. Now, Mr. Editor, lenowiug from past experience the terrible temptation that continually stares a man in the face who has allowed whisky to get the better of his manhood, I wish to say that I owe Mr. Blackburn a debt of gratitude for helping to place me in a position whereby 1 can again become a man and an honored and respected citizen. 1 would advise anyone addicted to the drink habit to benefit himself by taking the same treatment. E. S. WEST. portant bnsiness place in Hutchinson, and one which the whole west and south appreciates. PoKtpiineit. The reception which was to have been given by the ladies of the Episcopal church, on Tuesday evening, has been postponed one week on account of the unavoidable absence of Mr. Hill. * Mute Itecovers Sprech. Alphonee llemphling, of Summitt township, Butler county, Penn., made an aflklnvit that his 12 year old son, who had had St. Vitus Dance for twelve years, lost his speech, was completely cured after using three bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and also recovered his speech. Thousands testify to, wonderful cures from using it for nervous diseases, dyspepsia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, headache, etc. Four doses this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E. Burns. South Bend, 1ml., who had been suft'e ing with constant headache for three months. Trial botile and elegant book free at A. A A. Drug Co. Messrs. Lesh and Leitubaeh led a party of plover hunters out toward the sand hills this afternoon. Modesty forbids us from naming the number of birds killed, but the convention this week will have a picnic eating about 1,000 of them. POWDER Absolutely Pur*. A cream of tartar baking powder highest of all in leavening strength.-Latest U. S. Government Food Report. A. B. Crabbs of Arlington was in the city to-day and paid this office a pleasant call. Harry D. Winslow paid the probate judge's office a pleasant, call to-day. No qttestions will be answered. Chinese Exclusion. WASHINGTON , May 2.—The conferees have reached an agreement on the Chinese exclusion bill, and it will be reported to the senate to-day. The basis of agreement is said to be the senate bill, but it contains clauses providing for registration of resident Chinese and for the suspension of bail in habeas corpus applications. i 'lrci in l.i'aitvllle. LKADVIT.I.K , Col., May 2.— One woman and child were incinerated last night in a fire in Loeb's variety theatra. Half of the block on state street was gutted. Loss, 840,000, with about S10.000 insurance. A fireman is missing and is supposed to have been burned to death. SHILOH.S VITALIZER is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 50 and 75 cents a bottle, For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. Is your hair falling out or turning gray, Try Beggs' Hair Renewer. It acts ligo magic. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. KANSAS CITY. Mav iv.if, no trading to-day In Vhoal. There corn and oatn BUTTKK—nnll and weak; lTffir. B(H;s—Firm to higher; 11",,;. St. Louis. lay 2. M'ic; ST. LOUIS, Ma' WHKAT—Lower; cash 8:tHc: May ' June HI: Julv 7S 1 «c: August 78 :t nC. CORN—l'lr'ur cash ;18C; May :i7'ic; July tlU'ic. OATS—Wnn: cash 20'4C; Mav 20c; July :.'7Mc. PORK- Quiet; lobbing 510.12>i@10.2.V LAND-Nominal for butchers' stuff. MVK STOCK. St. Louis. ST. Louts, Mav 2. CATTLIC-Receipts 1,000; ftrong. HOGS—Receipts 2,000; easier: fall' to choice heavy Si.-tMC-l til); mixed S»,00lS,l.r>0; yorkcrs St.Oofr.J.oO. SHEEP— Receipts 400; steady. ClllCHKO. The Evening Journal Report: -Receipts, 18,000; In good ' CATTLE uiand, with irlces fully as good as at uiand, with price. 1 close on 1'Ylday. HOGS—Receipts rough, S4.00Cj;4.. , l 54.40@4.45; prime heavy weights. 84.4o@4.00; light. 4.40 SilKEP—Receipts. 8,000 butchers 4.05. slow; hulk 10c Kunimrt City. KANSAS CITY, May 2. CATTLE—Recelpta 1,000; shipments 1,000; steers and cows were active and Hteady to 10c higher; feeders, quiet and steady. Steers $:i.B0S!>4.4r,: cows gl.US&U.liO: stock- ersand feeders Sl.tl0@4.-1A. HOQS—Receipts, ;i.:io0; shipments 2,000; S ulet and steady to He lower; all grades 4.00ia4.a5; bulk $4.20564.30. SHEEP—Receipts 4,000; shipments 8.800; quiet and weak. CO.SB11-. Wheat receipts in the northwest: Minnesota, 11(1 cars; Duluth, 354 care. Receipts of grain in Chicago: Wheat 140 ears; corn, 625; oats, 370. The visible supply of corn shows a decrease of 1,385,000 bushels; oats an increase of 510,000; wheat a decrease of 1,213,000. The Highest Ideal. took- .t Whitby's English 3-Ring Cir- eus. Menagerie and Hippodrome which exhibited here yesterday, gave the utmost, satisfaction and delight to its swarm of visitors. This show more nearly realizes the highest ideal of all that a circus can be than any we have ever attended. The riding was superb, the races created great excitement and elicited tumultuous applause, while every act out of the hundred given appeared the best while you were looking at it, or, in other words, there is not a poor feature in the. performance, which is more than we can say of any circus that has ever visited Pittsburgh. The parade made in the morning was a revelation of wealth and splendor that fairly dazzled the beholders. The cost of such a display must be simply appalling, the dens aud wagons being covered with ivory and glittering gold, every horse a thoroughbed and ull aui- mals richly caparisoned in silk and satin—a solid mile of them all together. The balloon ascensions took place in the afternoon, and, combined with the splendid sharpshooting and other free exhibitions, vastly pleased the people who were just "looking around." In fact, everything about this immense organization seems perfect, the uniformly courteous and quiet deportment of all employes was widely commented upon, and created the most favorable impression. We beg to acknowledge courtesies extended by Messrs. Cook ,fc Whitby and their representatives, and hope to again have the pleasure, of attending so great an exhibition.—Pittsburg Press. Cook & Whitby will exhibit in Hutchinson Thursday May 12. Kepubllcun Committee Meeting. The Republican county central committee is called to meet at the court house in Hutchinson on Wednesday May 4th, at 2 o'clock p. m. Every member of the committee is requested to be present. J. B. Vr .vcE .vr, Chairman J. F. STOUT , Secretary. d-w A CONSOLIDATION. Making; H M.roug luitl Popular Firm to bo Known iisHi'ntth, Miller & Gnrpontcr. Last Saturday evening Messrs. Smith &, Miller, the coal dealers, purchased the large livery barn on Second avenue west, of Mr. Dick Watcrlield. Not being satisfied with this deal they consolidated this barn with the popular Carpenter barn on Walnut street. The »toek of the two barns will bo thrown together, and the old Woleott barn will be made the headquarters. The style of the firm will be Smith, Miller «fc Carpenter, with O. 8. Carpenter as manager. This change will no doubt prove to be a beneficial one in many ways. In the first place it gives Hutchinson the largest and best equipped livery barn in the state of Kansas, which Item In Itself is something every citizen should be proud of, and demonstrate their ad- Bright people tire the quickest to recognize a good thing and buy it. We sell lots of bright people the Little Early Risers. If you are not bright these pills will make you so. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. A beautiful head of hair is the pride of women. And person can obtain this by using Begg's Hair Renewer. Sold and warranted by A. J. Ilium- Intrdt. "OUR PLEASANT HILL ROUTE." The Missouri Pitcllle Railroad Company. Attention is again called to our Pleasant Hill route, the opening of which was announced in July 1S00. The new 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 arc located on this line aud 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 the fact that we have the most direct line to St. Louis, and all poiuts 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 V. J. LEIMHACH , Agent. CATARRli~ CURED! health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. Kxhlnltlon or Work. Every room in all the school buildings in the city have prepared a display of the work done by the pupils, in all the branches taught, which will be on exhibition in the Puterbaugh block, on Thursday nnd Friday of this week— May 5 and (1. On Thursday from 1 to 7 o'clock, p. m., the work of the Sherman and Maple street, and Avenue A schools will be on exhibition. On Friday, at the' same hours, all the other sohools of the city will have their work on exhibition. The teachers and pupils have spared no pains to get up a creditable display, and one which will show the exact standing of the schools, and it is hoped that the parents ami patrons, and everybody interested in educational matters will be present during these exhibits. The public in general is invited to be present on the ubove named days. At the Stack Yards. YeBterday was a lively day at the stock yards. Over 000 head of cattle wore haudlwl there, and each day witnesses the arrival and depurture of hundreds of cattle. Pet Nation took out twenty -two ears yesterday for the east, and on Saturday ho took six cars from Booth. The stock yards of Hutchinson is becoming a very im- Makes the Weak Strong Tho marked bencf .t which people In run down or weakened state- ol health derive Irom Hood's SarsaparUla, conclusively provcp tho claim that this medicine " makes the weak strong." It does cot act like a stimulant, tmportlng fictitious strength from which there must follow a reaction of greater weakness than before, but In tho most natural way Uood's SarsaparUla overcomes that. Urea leot tng, creates an appetite, purines the blood, nnd. In Bhort, gives great bodily, nerve, mental and digestive strength. Fagged Out " Last Bprlng I was completely fagged out iily strength left me aud I felt sick and miserable all tho time, so that I could haru!> attend to my business. I took one bottle ol Uood's SarsaparUla, and It cured me. There Is nothing llko It." Ii. 0. BEGOLE , Editor Enterprise, Belleville, Mich. "1 derived very much benefit fromHood'f Barsap;irilla,whicli I took for general debility. It built mo right up, and gave me an excel lentappetitc." ED. JENKINS ,Mt.Savage,Md. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Bursa- partita do not be induced to buy anything else Instead. Insist upon having Hood's Sarsaparilla soldbyalldrDRglstA. 01; tlx tar £6. Prep«x«A<mv? Ur C. L 1I00D 4 CO., Apotliecarioi, LowoU, Km IOO Doses One Dollar me mmm mmw uure, w ^u n r^''APHRODITSflE'^ r ffl Is BOLD OK A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any t orra. ef nervous disease or any disorder of tho generative organn ot either BOX/ • -whether arising r M . ... ^ BEFORE from tho cicea- AFTER Blvouneof Stimulanti, Tobacco or Opltim, ot through yontbful Indiscretion, over indulgence, Ac* nuch na L«ea of Brain Power, wnkef ulnees, Bcnrlnp: down Pains in the back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria. Nervous Pros- tratlon.Koctumal EmiB8lonB,Leucorrhtta.Dit- rinces. Weak Memory, Lose of Power and Impotency, which If neglected oltcn lead to pi mature old apo and inaauUy. Price $1.00 a bi I will sell my stock of Shoes FOB SiE 70 CENTS i 1 N I'M I V Wit ltttj DOLLAR • 'wffiwSli \ Mean just what 1 4 Call at my store and convince yourself, make a grand clearance sale of shoes, as I carry them in Btock in future. I am going to do not want to We are ffoinir to give away a handsome dinner set of dishes to someone J Come in and see them. 1 The Golden Eagle Clothing House. No. 4 South Main. A. MINCER, PROP ft CAMMON THE BABRER: SALT BATHS, HOT OR COLD. No. 20 North Main St. Open on Sunday 12 O'eloek. 6 hoxeo lor $5.00. Bent by mall on receipt ot price, A WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is given for evory $5.00 order received, to refund the money Iru Permanent cure Is not effected. We have thousands of testimonials from old and young ot both sexcB, who have been permanently oarod by tho use of Aphroditine. Clroulara tree. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. ST Washington St, CHI0AGO, IIiT> For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. T O N D • R A O - - Insurance Written by E. A. Smith & Co. LOW DATES RELIABLE INSURANCE Office rear of First National Bank. OZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Snn, Prompt, Pontirt Olirs for ImpoUnce, toft of Manhood, Stmlnal Emlulona, Spermatorrhea, Nortioutneae, 8elf Dlstruti, Loaa of Memory, 4\e. Will make uou a 8TR0NQ, Vloof oue Man. Price $1.00, 0 Boxee, ti CO. Soeelat Direct/one Mattel with each Box. Addreee Btllvl Saov Uilmut Co-, 9019 LU0AS AVI. sT .touia - i«a S U I IT'! 1 C v> I'll cocuuiisned 18. . Hl.Lll ILCCtuU., tOSS. WATER ST. CKIOAG-O, XXIXJ., COMMISSION MERCHANT:: BROOM CORN . Capo * l.«-trU, llrnln I S Sprimuf, i)«rocr A to,. Xri-i-lmiilfe Nstlnml Hunt,, « Oil en^ Tl3 .o Univeraal IT CORES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM SCIATICA BITES CUTS LUMBAGO NEURALGIA STINGS BRUISES THE AILMENTS OF AND MAN BEAST HAS STOOD THE TEST OF Hexaaody for IT CURES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULDER ROT WIND GALLS 8WINNEY Mustang Liniment penetrates the muscles, membranes and tissues, thereby reaching the seat of disease, which is a property not found in any other liniment The Housewife, Farmer, Stock Raiser or Mechanic cannot afford to be without it It should be kept in every ( household for emergencies.^ It will save many doctors'; bills/ For sale everywhere at 25c, 50c. and $ 1.00 a bottler' HIGH GRADE FURNITURE AT LOW GRADE PRICES^ Freeman & Haines, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. , PAPER HAKGIHG AND DECORATING I SPECIALTY. Also dealers in Paints, Oils, O-lass and Painters' Supplies. Ko. 1G Second Avenue East. Buy Furniture At Manufacturers' Prices, At Home. Bed Room Suites, Parlor Suites, Folding Beds, Dining Room Tables, Side Boards, Rockers and Chairs, Picture Mouldings. IN LATE STYLES AND LARGE ASSORTMENTS The grandest improvements of the age. Don't fail to see them. Gunn Combination folding Bed and Windsor Upright Bej, H.W.WILLITT Corner Main and Avenue A.

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