The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 3, 1892 · Page 8
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8. HUTCHINSON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 189a. THE MARKETS. MONKY AND STOCKS. N KW Ynnii, May i.'.—[Stock l/ottcrj furnished by tho Kansas Ornin and Live Stock company.]~The Windsor bear party expect to got thfi market down mainly by attacks on the industrial stocks, and everybody, knows that sugar -was raided down yesterday upon the reports of government prosecution and cordage on the Wnshing-ton bill which passed, admitting free binding twine. The cables this morning show that the May day disturbances were slight and unimportant and in view of this fact the Londan arbitrage brokers yesterday afternoon bought Louisville and Nashville and Northern Pacific preferred. They expect to get higher prices for these slocks this morning. The Northern l\ieiflc road is in no financial distress and is profiting largely by this spring's immigration from Europe. 7'referredistockhashad a pretty good decrease already and even the bears arc not so much inclined to short it nqw. Heading continues the favorite bull card in stock circles and all that the bear party can suy against the stock is that everybody has bought it and the bulls are full of it. Atchison, :i4jj. Missouri Pacific, fid. DHock Maun, sun. •St. Paul. 77*. Union PaclOc, 4:1s. : Western Union. OSS. Silver. 87*. you will not be up to what you arc wont to get, so you had better slop oft at Kent, Hath. Little-River, South Hutchinson and other suburban places, or you will get run over. Strike the eity about Saturday and you will be "in it." VIEWS OF ^PROMINENT REPUBLICAN, Chicago. The following I K the range of prices for active futures: Open'rt W1IKAT. June . July.... May... OOHN. March. June .. July.... May . OATS. March. June... July.... May... roKK. May... July.... I.»lll>. May... July... urns. May.... July... High 't. HI HUJ,' H0 !t .'!»« :m»i ••ma •Uii •M%\ ash » 4!!',i II110 fl 1SS4' aa*H r. 07 w HIM HI •»0M 41 4«X SUM i r>754 i> 77M li 17« ii :io r. 77K iv nr. Clos'g. BOX HOU 41 S8» as •J8>i i II 4(1 .11 57«! ai'JM « aavij .". OVH B72M H1H XB/t 40« -!()!. i!HVJ SB* I* 55 0 7'2« n it (1 87 W n 82!* WUKAT—No. 80 ! steady; cash HOSfc; May OVc; July MMc. CORN-Ko. 2 higher; cash 41K@42Mc; May 42«r: June 40',4;July 40Hc. OATS—No. '„• steady; cash 20c; May 281ic; July 28«c. MESS PORK—Steady; caxh J0.55; May J0.B5: July HI.72H. LAKD-rStcady; cash $(1.12K; May Jd.iatJ July Sll.'iu. SHORT 1UBS—Steady: cash »r».77!4; May J5.77M; July J5.K2H. RVK-No. 2 steady: 71c. nARLEY—No. a nominal, two. FLAX SKKll-No. 1 firm. HHJic. •PRIME TIMOTHY SKED —Iflasy; $l.:i4. I1UTTEK— Weak. EOOS-Klrm. HiitinaH City. Tho Secretary of tho Stwte ftejiublleiin Central Committee. TnlkH on the Outlook. Hon. John H. Smith secretary of the Republican state central committee is at the Urunswick, and to the NEWS reporter to-day, he Bald; '1 find in my travels and from correspondence, that the Republican party is in a better Bhapc for campaign work to-day, than for n long time. Since the "late rebuke' - on Pef- fcr-Simpson, the farmers and citizens generally, of Kansas, are inclined to look matters squarely in tlic face, and to call things by their right names. The backest which Kan sas received, and the degraded post Hon which she was compelled to take in the scale of politics, economics, etc., by the elevation of such men as Pcf- fer-Slmpson et al to positions which should be representative ones, was felt to an alarming extent, and not until the people spoke in no uncertain tones at the last election was confidence stored, and our credit placed at par in the estimation of eastern capitalists and investors. The change has been so perceptibly felt that even the most bitter opponent to the principles of Republicanism has been compelled to admit that "something has happened." In my district—the Third—I think that there is little doubt but thot Governor Humphrey will be nominated for congress, I find an tinanimity of feeling on the part of Republicans everywhere, and a glorious victory awaits us, even with a combined efforton the part of Democrats and People's party adherents. I am most agreeably surprised to find such a perfect and complete organization among the citizens of Hutchinson, regardless of party creed, to make the convention on the 5th a success. You are going to have your hands full, for there will not be less than 2,000 strangers present, but with such organized efforts as here exist, you will como out all right. Your convention hall is the best, building of its kind in the state. Republicanism is blossoming as the rose, and it now looks as though victory awaits us on all sidcB. KANSAS crar. May With the exceptloniof May oats, which Bold at 28Mc, there wan no trading on'change this morning. BUTTER— Weak; 17©82c. Klias -Stcadv; ll!',c. ALMIGHTY DOLLAR POWDER Absolutely Pur*. A cream of tartar baking powder highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U. S. Government Food Report. ing a large delegation went down and inspected the urrangements for light at the Auditorium, and found ample preparations had been made. They also found an Auditorium in keeping with the report in yesterday's NEWS, ziz: A much better building than the public had expected, and even better than the contract called for. Everything now seems to be in readiness, but if there is any one having rooms to rent for the occasion, they might report the same to the entertainment committee, and thus make doubly sure that the crowd will be cared for. Notice. Subscribers to the Auditorium fund who wish tickets to the convention can obtain them at the Republican headquarters, the first door north of the Bank of Commerce, in the Hlgley block. J. li. " VINCENT. The Nt. LoulH. ST. LOUJH May : WHEAT—Higher; cash HiJic; May June 82; July 70«<a7»«j;c-. August 78?^ COItN—Higher; caah ;i(lc; Ufay MHV4C 117)4c; September IlHc. OATS^Htglier; cash and May :10c; 28Uc. rOHK-Flrmer; lobbing 810.S.V l.ARn-Nomlnally $U.00@H.0r,. July July LIVE STOCK. CIllCMJCO. The Kvenlng Journal Report OATTI-R—RccelptB ' lth II than otherwli higher. fiOUS-Hcccipts, 00; r oi Home sales; good fair lS cents idy to strong: rough and common, J4.00@4.40: mixed and packers. $4.45@4.05; prime heavy and butchers' weights, J4.00@4.05; light, 84.BOW.05. SHEW'—Receipts. 11,000; alow; Irregular and 15c<5»20c lower; lambs Hcarce; steady. tit. I.OUIH. ST. LOUIS, May :i UATTLK—Receipts 2,000: higher. HOUS-Recelpts :1,500; higher: fair to choice heavy 84.45ia4.00; mixed 84.00@4.50; yorkcrs 84.00444.50. SHKKP—Receipts 800; strong. KHIINHK City, KANSAS CITY, May :i. CATTLE—Receipt*) 2,000; shipments 400. steers were active and 10c higher, $2.75® 4.40; cows steady 81.7503.70; stockers and feeders active and stronger to 10c higher, f ».U0@!l.r>o. " - :!pt all floGS-Hccclpm, 8,800; 10c higher; all grades »4.:ioso4.:).'>. SHB1SP—Receipts 1,100; quiet and steady. shipments 84.O0kTo4.4G: 200 bulk shipments 000; <>os.Nir. His. snowing hard, at above, In Dulnth, St. Paul and Minneapolis. Inspections at Chicago: Winter wheat, 13 out of 83; spring wheat, 18 out of 71; corn, 40 out of 501; oats, 181 out of 37!!, New corn 550, No. a, 205, No. 3, ami. Chicago reports grain out of store: Wheat, 1011,0(10 bushels; corn, 310,000; oats, 04,000. rye, 411,000. At Chicago wheat opened strong, with the trade very bullish, because of the weather in the northwest. Dulnth received 158,000 bushels of wheat and shipped 753,000 bushels. Atchison earnings for the month of March increased 900,000. Grain receipts ut Chicago: Wheat, 75 cars; corn 1,540; oats, 178. Kvfrythlng Ready. executive committee to make arrangements for the coming of the state convention met this afternoon at the office of Whiteside &Gleason. The various committees reported to the executive committee, to-wit: The finance committee, the printing committee, decoration committee, entertainment committee. Appropriations were made to cover the estimated expenses of the various committees and the final directions were given to complete all preparations for the convention. We arc ploased to say that prehensivc and full arrangements have been made, and will be fully complotcd by the evening of May 4th, so that when the convention convenes it will find that everything was arranged with forethought and com pletcncss. The Second Regiment band is en gaged to furnish music for the oc casion. Rov. Irwin will offer prayer. Open Your llonieff. In another column of this issue will be found an interview with Hon. J. H Smith, in which he states that the crowd at the Hutchinson convention will not be less than 2,000, which state inent is concurred in by several persons who cume in this afternoon, thus making it necessary for the citizens of Hutchinson to throw open their homes, Report your name and street number to the entertainment committee at once, and let us make it pleasant for our visitors. .» Mute Recovers Speeoh. Alphonce llcmphling, of Summitt township, Bntler county, Penn., made an affidavit that his 12 year old son, who had had St. Vitus Dance for twelve years, lost his speech, was completely cured after uGing 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 of this Nervine cured Mrs. W. E. Hums, South Bond, Ind., who had been suffering with constant headache for three months. Trial bottle and elegant book free at A. & A. Drug Co. Every family should be provided with some reliable remedy for bowel complaints. The want of such an article is ths cause of much suffering, especially during the summer months, In almost every neighborhood some one has died, with cramps or cholera morbus, before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. A trial will satisfy you that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is unequalled for those- tlis- eases. It is also a certain cure for dys- enterry and diarrhoea. When reduced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Children like it. Por sale by C. H. Winslow, druggist, Fifteen and Main. Some of the Grand Army boys may be interested in the following, from Alex. U. Pope, A. D. C. Commander department Tennessee and Georgia. lie says; "We have had an epidemic of whooping cough here (Stewart, Tenn.) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicine that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough when this medicine is freely given. It completely controls the disease. SO .cont bottles for Bale by C. B. Winslow, druggist, 15 South Main. Bright people are 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 thiB by using Begg's Hair Renewer. Sold and warranted by A. J. Baumhardt. CATARRH CURED, liealth and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. For Bale by A. &. A Drug Co. (lone to Wlnlleld. Lesh A Ueunalls, the former proprle tors of the Itrunswick hotel, left this morning to take charge of the Brettun house in Winflold, one of tho best hotels iu the state. During the reign of these gentlemen at the Brunswick, they made that housu one of the best in the state, and a credit to the city. As hotel men they have few equals and iio poors. We are sorry to lose thorn from our midst, und can only say, that Winflold has received an addition to Its population of which It should and will have cause to feel proud. We wish them success in their new home. To Commercial Men. During the convention will be a poor time (or you to do business iu this city, and the hotel* will be full and running over so that the accommodations to G«u. Taylor 'H Lecture. Gen. T. T. Taylor will dollver a lecture to the scholars of the high school to -morrow morning, on "Nature's Methods," .which promises to be very intercating. Those who have heard Gen. Taylor will recognize at a glance that a treat Is in store for those who hear him upon this occasion. An Attractive rlace. The handsomest billiard parlor in Kansas is in the Chilver block on East Sherman Btrect. Mr. Chilver has lately papered and refurnished this hall and indeed made it an attractive place. Go and sec it. At SubHcrlborit' Meeting. There was a largo and enthusiastic 'meeting of the subscribe™ to the Au ditorium fund last night at' tho cour house. - Hon. .1. V. Greenlee was elected chairman uudN. G.Holllster secretary. Three trustees wore elected to repro sent for tho future the iuterests of the subscribers. T. J. Templer, J. M. Mulkoy ond J. V. Redhead were unan imously elected trustees. The subjects of lighting and decorating the Auditorium were discussed. The committee on decorations report liberal subscriptions and uutiolpate no trouble In raising all they auk for. ' After the .adjournment .of the meet- OUT IIST TWO 4 1 li Are you aware, do you realize, will you comprehend and respond to the veritable fact that all of this week we will offer our whole stock of Clothing and Shoes, to the people of Hutchinson and surround- country, at half price'. All our shoes at half price. All men's suits at half price, All boy's suits at 5o per cent. All children's suits cut itftwo prices. All pants split in half. We handle goods that are made on honor, goods that are not made solely to look well and sell well, but to give satisfaction and wear. All go this,week at 50 cents on the dollar. We must have money and this will coax it. Come and split the price on every pair of shoes from the Holland stock yourself. $6.00 shoes all kinds $(4.00 shoes all kinds H3.00 shoes all kinds $2.00 .shoes all kinds for for for. for } $20.00 men's suits of all kinds S15.00 men's suits of all kinds $10-00 men's suits of all kinds $8.00 men's suits of all kinds $10.00 >7.50 $500 54.00 515.00 boy's suits all kinds and sizes for 510.00 boy's suits all kinds and sizes for $5.00 boy's suits all kinds and sizes for $2-50 boy's suits all kinds and sizes for £7.50 $5.00 $2.50 $1.25 1 $8 pants to fit anybody at 5 54 pants to fit anybody at • $2 pants to fit anybody at In fact nothing reserved. The whole stock is at your disposal. Take your pick of the entire aggregation at one-half. NOW IS YOUR TIME, THIS WEEK to get this enormous reduction. Sale-will close at 11 o'clock Saturday night, everybody come. Rich and poor treated alike ' Golden Eagle Shoe and Clothing House. A. MINCER. PROP. NO. 4 SOUTH MAIN. We are going to give away a handsome dinner set to some one. Come in and see them.; OZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS Bin, Prompti VotltlTi Our* for ImpoUlK: £011 of Mankood, tmlnat Cmltilom, Bptmmttrrhaa, Nnoou$nm, StlfDIttrtiit, Lou of Utnrnu, *c. \nm makt uou a 8TR0H9, Vlaar- out Man. MM tl.HO, 8 Bonn, tt 00. with IUCAI Bo: AiMrtu lUltiltatwIalaMtCa., SOW LUW»AWL •T.LOUia, • MO. The Celebrated Freneii «?"APHRODI!iNE ! Is B OLD OH A POSITIVE GUARANTEE tooaroany form et nervous dlo- eaao or any disorder of the gon- cratlvo org &tiR of either sex/ vrbether artsljig from tho ticca- „ slye ma of BtlmuUnti, Tobtcco or Opium, or through youthful Indiscretion, over Indulgence, Aa, suoh u Ii»u of Brmln Power, wakefulness, Benrinadown Parns In the back, Seminal Weakness, Hyiterl*, Nervous Pros- tratlon.Noctnnial CralBslonB,Xcncorrhcea,DlE- dnesa. weak Memory, host of Power and Im- potenoy, whloh If neglcoteA often lead to pre* mature old ago nud Insanity. Price (1.00 a box 8 boxes for 15.00. Sent by mall on xeoe.pt of price. A WRITTEN OUABANTKK fg given for every $3 .00 order received, to refund themoney If m Permanent cure is not effected. We nave thousands of testimonials from old and young of both sexes, who have been permanently cured by the uso of Aphrodltlue. Circulars tree. ddress Mention paper. THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. OT Washington St, CHICAGO, ILL For sale by A. & A. Drug Co. s.m:littie&« Established ItfTT ,188 8. WATER 8T, CBIOAOO, Xlili., COMMISSION MERCHANT' IN BROOM CORN, THE AILMENTS OF IT CURES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM 8CIATICA .UTS LUMBAGO NEURALGIA ) STINGS " ISES BRUII MAN -BEAST fox* IT CURES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN HA8 8TOOO THE TEST I SH0UL0CR ROT war Mustang Liniment penetrates the muscles, ^ mem- j branes 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 j 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 abottle?'; T O N D RAO Insuranoe Written by E. A. Smith & Co. LOW DATES RELIABLE INSURANCE Office rear of, First National Bank. HIGH GRADE FURNITURE AT— | GRADE PRICES. Freeman & Haines, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTBKS. PAPER HAHGltie ADO DECOMIII. I SPECIALTY, ' Also dealers in Paints, Oils, Glass and Painters' Supplies. Mo. 16 Second Avenue KaM. Buy Furniture At Man uf act u re rs' 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. Groin Combination Folding Bed and Windsor Upright Bed H.W.WILLITT. Corner Main and Avenue A.

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