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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 24, 1892
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HUTCHES SON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1892. THE MARKETS. KONIIV ANIJ KTOCKH. NEW YOIIK. Mav '!4. Atclilson. Missouri Pacfllr., r>ri%. Uock Inland, TH. St. Paul, 77-1,(. Union Pacluc, :m?i. Sll»rr. R7-)i. PItODIK.'i:. Chicago. Cmc/uio, May 24—[Special advices received by the Kansas Grain and Live Stock company. 1—WHBAT—An unexpected large decrease in the amount on ocean passage, and showery weather creating apprehensions of relieved Hoods, opened the market higher. It lias been fairly active with shorts—the principal buyers. The decrease on pns- sugo is said to be due lo purchases by tho French of cargoes olT coast in anticipation of the increased duty which goes into effect shortly. Much of the late foreign buying in American markets is doubtless due to this also. The export demand appears to be falling trfr. With settled weather the receipts will increase at the primary markets. Favorable reports of seeding in the northwest are coining in freely. H is a weather market at present. Corn and oats have been strong for the same reasons Unit explain the strength in wheat. M'he feeling is more bullish on corn than on wheat. Provisions were stronger in sympathy with corn, but trade was light. The fol Ui -wlny Is the range of prices for active futures: • WUKAT. May July December.. 1,'IIHH. .lune .. ... .Illlv August September. OATS. May June .lulv l 'OUK. .Inly September. t.AKl). .lulv Sejiteni tier. HIHH. July September. Open'd HlKh't. Low'st K:IH «4 s KJIl, S4<>i S',1 sis S4>, 8:1 H'.l'i *-% 4(i •in!. !.">!.. 4K»» 4UM 4."ill 4.".!i 4T!4 4f>h 4"'?i 4.1 •IRI4 Kll,, 15".', •ir.y, :il ill :i:i b :n?i :n\ 10 OTii 10 SO 10 12!', io 11) tl!!Vi 10 17M 10 10 10 11 4 0 CI .-..I li 40 it 'i.'i li :i'J!4 u r.r. (i 40 (1 ."lU (1 00 0 10 o o -ji 0 17M 5 OT'i IJ 05' 11 0714 (1 17W cnt. Hon. John H. Fellows, of New York delivered the oration at the. unveiling. The. monument has been erected under the supervision of the I'billlps county memorial association of confederate women. It. is thirty-seven feet in height, with three sections of base, the lowest being nine square feet. There is an ornamental plinth with molded gable on the four sides, the front, gable having thirteen stars in bas-relief below which in raised lettering arc the words "Confederate Memorial." Eight cannon barrels on a die occupy the corners and centers between. Inscriptions arc on the cost and west sides. An elaborate. Corinthian cap forms the apex of the shaft, upon which stands the crowning figure of this imposing monument —a Confederate soldiev—in Italian marble. The Queen's lllrtlnlny. LONDON, May 21.—Flags are Hying from church steeples, municipal and government buildings, and hundreds of thousands of business structures and private residences in Grout ilritain to-day, and the bells in every lipiseo-. pal church from one end of the land to the. other are ringing merrily. All of this is in celebration of the fact that to-day her majesty. Victoria, queen of Great Ilritain and Ireland, and empress of India, reaches the Seventy-third year of her existence upon this earth A month hence the Fifty-seventh year of her reign will commence. The venerable sovereign, who is quietly spending the day at Bal- uior;il surrounded by her children and grandchildren has been the recipient of numerous loyal addresses, and has received telegrams of congratulation from the c/.ar of Russia, the emperor of Germany, the president of the French republic and from nearly all of the United States ambassadors abroad. Since her return from her visit, to France her majesty has been in excellent health. She has a fine constitution and lives under the healthiest of conditions. Hard work and a great deal of outdoor exercise seems to suit her perfectly, and she takes long drives every day in an open carriage. This afternoon, in accordance with her usual custom for several years past, she will visit the tomb of the prince consort, and to-night there will be a family dinner at the castle. FOR GRESHAM. |CONTI.WT.r> FliOM r-AOE 1.] There Is an impression abroad among the great common people that he would give the country a lofty administration along the old democratic lines of the fathers. This conviction on the. part of the masses is an element of strength, and has partiulities that cannot be overestimated. It may be said in this connection that the solid Democratic south 1ms as truly vanished from that section as human slavery. It will have no existence in the future, and it is now declared by millions of Alliance farmers that if any question comes up as to the votes of the negro people's party members being counted,- that their right of free, suffrage will be enforced by the shot-gun If necessary, which will be a striking transposition of use on the part of that weapon which has hitherto been a formidable factor in southern polities." Taklns ft Hftth. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest TJ. S. Government Food Report ROY At, HAKIXO POWDER CO., lot! Wall street, N. Y. WHEAT-No. steady, cash R7?ic; May HVTie: July HMc; December H4 Sc. COllN—Higher; No. cash 48H@alc: May H.'ic: June 4B»fc; July -Ki'ic; August ana September 4ii?ic. OATS—No. ••; easy; cash !i :ic: May :>:ic; .lulv :il!i. MESS POIIK-Cash SlO.ODVi; July 810.1:i',S fff.lO.lf); .September 6IO.'!."i<MO.'.:7!4. t.AUD—Ca»h su .HO: July $tl.4r,; September sii.nn. SHOUT RUIS--Cash 8«.0!>: Julv SU.O.v. September W. 17',i. KYK—No. - nominal; TSc. IIAKLUY-No. 'i nominal. (We. FLAX SKKIl—No. 1 11 rMl; 51.07. BUTT EH—Weak. KOIJS—Steady. • «4. Kansas City. KANSAS CITY, May nnly sales reported In grain to-day were two white May corn, whlr.n sold at 4li©4(isc. I1UTTKH—l'lrini creamery 1-Wii-Oc; dairy KiS—Firm to higher. i:ir. St. I.outs ST. Louis, .May ~4. WUKAT- Higher: cash 875£C: May »8c; June M>,c: July NVVitdM'i: August K0IS .C. OOHN--lllgher; cash mva-llic; May 4llc; July -CIV-c; September 4::v. DATS- Firm: cash .Tic: Julv :114c. POUlv-llulcr. jobbluis *10-7;">. LAIID-Sleabv; choice shipping SO.'JO. K*>movetl H Knitting Needle. FAlitiuntY, III., May 24.—Drs. Parsons, of this city, and Salisbury, of Strawn, performed a successful but critical surgical operation upon Mrs. Harney Sweet, of this eitv, yesterday. Mrs. Sweet has suffered intensely the past eighteen months with something that batlleil the skill of the doctors. Her condition oper- aetion was decided upon, which brought to light a broken knitting needle Eve inches long, which had become encysted in the flesh, one end of the needle having penetrated the bladder, and upon this end there had formed a hard, strong substance the size of a hen's egg. The operation was necessary to save her life and she i: now in a fair way of speedy recovery The needle was broken off about eighteen months ago. but, strange to say, she did not suspect the presence of the steel in her Uesh then. Later the sufferings which the doctors could not account for developed. 1,1 VK STOCK. Chicago. CmcAoo, May '-14. The Bveulim Journal reports-. OATTLK- Receipts 1.000; slow and •jtront;; Ulc. lower on ;lll grades of beef steers; Tc.xans and good cows steady; can- ncrs going down to low water mark. HOOS-Heccipts :.'H.0O0; In tair demand but 10c lower all around; rough and common S" ri0e>4.S. r i: mixed and packers S4.o0 f(Sl.7r>; prime heavy and butchers weights S4 .75a4 .su; largely 54.75; light $4.50<»4.7o. SHEEP—Tteceipts 5,000; steady, all sold. —Fliegende Blatter. KlIIlHHH City. KANSAS CITY, May "24. CATTLE—Receipts 4,'.100; shlpuienis 1,500; Htcern were fairly steady to 10c lower, $:i.lo ®4.:i0; cows, steady»a.lOSJ.'I.O0; stackers ana feedcrB, steady, Sl.50®:i.l>0. HOOS—Receipts 15,000: shipments a,400; the market opened W&lOc lower: closed Utile stronger; all grades, $4.'Ju@4.tlO; bulk $4.40<»4.50. SHKEP—Receipts a .OOO; shipments S.400; good 10®20c lower. St. I .OUlB. ST. LOUIS, May 'J4. -Receipts BOO; steady at ad- CATTLE Vance, , , HOQS—necelptHBOO: Hteady; fair to choice heavy J4.r>5®4.75; mixed to good 84.S5® 4.U5;yorkersS4.!I0<94.70. BBSs Sheep—Kcceipts 700; slow. HUTCHINSON MAKKKT. Produce. VLOinV -^Highcst patent, second .. „ »S.40; patent, S'i.HO; extra fine, 82.00. BUTTER—In demand; creamery, 2flc; Unest dairy, 20c; line dairy, 15c; common, 10c. ECKiS—In demand, 10c. POTATOBS-Cboicc, 5«a75c. AI'PLUS-Jl .noia .2.00 per bushel. ONIONS—lu fair demand; red, 75c per bushel; home grown Spanish,-81.25 per bushel. OAHUAQK—Fair, 5c per pound. BERTS—Steady. 50c per bushel. HAY—Baled,$5.00@5.00; loose y :j.00®3.50 per ton. Gruln. WHEAT—No. 2 soft 72c; hard (15c; No. a «oft(l5c; hard UOc. CORN—28C. RYE—No. 2 05c; No. 3 UOC. OATS-24C. I.lvu stock. CATTLE-Steay: stockers, $2,26ia:i.75; leeders, J2'~5@:).25; fat ci ws and heifers in demand at 82.0002.75: fat steers, 811.00® 4.00. HOOS—Steady; wagon, topH, 84.00; car 4H.10&4.25. SHBBl'-Iu demand; $4.00. Poultry, CUICKHNS—Chicken*. $',1.00 per dozen: cliickens. fitic per pound: hens. Oc pe pound;' roosters, 4e .periK )wnd; turkeys, 7Vic per pound. UOSKIP. Inspections at Chicago: Winter -wheat, 2 out of 77: spring wheat, 20 out .if 58; corn, 55 out of ,'I3S; oats, It'll out of 301; new corn, 270; No, 2, tl'J; No. 3 .157, drain receipts lu the northwest: Minneapolis, U>1 cars; Duluth, 43 cars. A Confederate Monument. UI:I.KSA, Avk., May 24.—There-uuion of the survivors of the battle of Helona and the unveiling of the hand­ some monument to tho unknown confederate dead occurred to-day. Ois- tingtiished ex-uonfcileratos were pres- WedilhiB Hells. NKW YOIIK, May 24.—Over 4t)U invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Evelyn Louise llemorest, daughter of W. Jennings Demorcst, noted not only as a fashion publisher, but as one of the leading Prohibitionists of the country, and who has just declined to allow his name to be used as the next Prohibition candidate for the presidency. The groom is Alexan der Unrretson Rue, who comes of a well known family. The ceremony will take place this evening at the lieform church at Twenty-eighth street and Fifth avenue, and will be followed by a largely attended reception at the residence of the bride's parents. A Scene of Desolation. MKMPHIS, Tenn., May 21.—Pemiscott county is a scene of desolation. Three- fourths of the county is now under water and assistance is urgently needed at several points on the Arkansas river. Three families have been drowned. They are as follows: Wash Hall, wife and three children. Joseph Mallory, wife and two children. Samuel Moore (colored), wife and daughter. It is estimated that .'too horses and mules and 2,000 head of cattle have been drowned and that 700,000 acres of cultivated farms are under water between Memphis and Cairo, Whisky Did It. PITTSBUIIO, May 21.—I'atrick Fitzpatrick expiated his crime on the scaffold in the. county jail this morning. The trap was sprung at 11:05 a.m., and in fifteen minutes life was pronounced extinct. Death resulted from strangulation. The crime for which Fitzpatrick was executed was the killing, for some trivial cause, of Samuel Early, a steel roller, on the night of September 2, 1801. Whisky did it. Col. Itulnwutor Deud. HELENA, Mont., May 24.—Col. Rainwater, president of the Montana Central division of the Oreat Northern road, died this morning, lie was a native of Missouri, but has been identified with Montana ever since the commonwealth has had a place on the map. lie was a member of tho nationul Democratic eoiuinittoe : In the lluuiti* of a ltoeclvur. TALLAI'OOSA, Ua., May 24.—The Merchants and Miners' bank of this place was yesterday placed in tho hands of a receiver. Vice President Spencer has been arrested charged with heing instrumental in violations of the state banking law which prohibits loans of over ten per cent of tho capital to any one firm. Sho Couldn 't Itccover. A long haired, hairy faced, large footed native of the Grand River swamps, after having made fires in winter and swept out in summer in a country lawyer's office for seven or eight years, was by an indulgent court admitted to the bar. Ho located at K , a little coun ty seat, and began trying to practice. A young woman whom an old gentleman had taken in her infancy to hia homo and reared as his own child sued his estate for the value o£ her services during the time she had lived in his family. The widow was executrix, and employed our Grand river tyro as counsel, along with a fairly good lawyer. In looking up authorities on tho case, the good lawyer xead one to his co-counsel, which held in such cases "that the decedent stood in loco parentis to the child, and services could not bo recovered for unless there had been a special contract for pay." And this seems to ho the law in most of the states. The Grand riverian made the opening argument, and undertook to quote from the authority in question to the probate court, "Why, sir," said he, "this old man was a locust in parenthesis to this girl, and she can't recover in this suit." —Green Bag. The exact date and time of the train will be anuounced later. Additional information can be obtained from the nearest Santa Fe agent. The celebrated Bandana club of Leavenworth, the Democratic Flambeau club of Topeka, and other prominent Democratic oi- gani/.atious will accompany this train. GKO. T. Nicnoi.sojf, G. P. anilT. A., Topeka, Kan. W. .1. HI.ACK, A. G. P. and T. A. ' Tho Convention Line. To those desiring to take advantage of the many cheap excursions adver tised via the great Trans-Continental line (the Santa Fe) to visit old homes and friends in different parts of the country, don't fail to consult us before concluding arrangements for the jour ney. We reach almost every part of the country without change of cars, Better and faster service than any other line at as low rates. We are the official line selected by the committee on transportation for the teachers' excur sion to Saratoga, also the Y. P. S. C. E. excursion to New York city, the ofll cial line to the Democratic convention to be held at Chicago. We are the short line to Minneapolis, and will run through cu rs to that point to accomo­ date those who will attend the Republican national convention. Look out for dates of sale, and call at our office for particulars, information as to routes and rates. .1. W. TEDKORD, Agent. Now Hutchinson mid Southern ^Officers. At the meeting for the election of officers of the Hutchinson and Southern railroad in Cincinnati, O., yesterday, the following ollicers were elected: President—II. A. Christe of Chicago. Vice President—.1. K. Duckworth of Cincinnati. General Manager Secretary and Treasurer—E. E. Wise of Chicago. Traffic Manager—Chas. Collins of Hutchinson. General Attorney—W. M. Whitelaw of Hutchinson. Electric Hitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples and Moils, Salt Ifheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache Constipation and Indigestion try Electric bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and gl per bottle at any drug store. 5 Jtea.1 Estate Transfers, llelow we give the real estate transfers for to-day. They are furnished by Chas. E. Hall, the abstractor; office in the First 'National bank building: [ Warranty deed when not otherwise stated.] Nat Mort and Deb company to Boston Safe Deposit and Trust compans' lots 2,'t and 24 blk IS M and S add s w d S 1 00 Same to same lot'.) and e hf 10 blk 1 Sweetser and M add s w tl 1 00 Same to same lot 01 and e hf (13 ave B west s w d 1 00 Same to same lot 1 blk 2 D 1! Miller's add s w d 1 00 Sume to same lot 03 and e hf 05 First ave west s w d 1 00 Win ,1 Dawson et ex to J A Heal lots 23 24 blk 18 M j and S add 2000 00 The J Wolfersberger et ux to Mo Valley Land company lots 20 and 21 blk 1 Furman's add 950 00 Edward N Perkins et ux to A C Haptonstall lots 107 109 are 11 east 2250 00 A C Haptonstall et ux to Ed Russell receiver lots 107 1011 ave K east 1 09 Perry M Cathcart to Catha- I, Zimmerman et ux to De­ fenceless Christian church 2 acres in se cor of so qr see 30-22-1) Jos A Heal ot ux to Nat Mort and Deb Co tract in sw qr 12-22-0 special wd Same to same lot 57 and ehi 51) First Ave west special w d Same to same lot 3 blk 8 D li Miller's odd special w d — Same to same lots 13 and 14 blk 8 D 11 Miller's add special w d Same to same lots 2,1 and 24 blk 18 M and S add special w d.. Snmc to same lot 0 and hf 10 blk 1 Sweetser and M add special wd Same to same lot fll and e hf 83 Ave B west special w d. Same to same lot 1 blk 2 D 1J Miller's add special w d Same to same lot 03 and e h£ 05 First Ave west special w d Nat Mort and Deb Co to Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co tract in sw qr of sw qr of sw qr 12-23-0 special w d Same to same lot 57 and e hf 59 First Avo west special w d Same to same lot 3 blk 2 D B Miller's add special w d... Same to same lots 13 and 14 blk 8 D B Miller's add special w d Edwin B Miller et ux to Martha E Scott, w hf sw qr 723-7 Edward A Ilarriman to H Whiteside, lots 178 and 180 Sherman st east, q e d.... C 11 Sweetser to h 11 Humphrey, lots 88 and 90 First ave east W II Burns, president, to C II Sweetser, lots 88 and 90 First ave east, q c d Mary M Pettibone et ux to Wm Humason, 75 acres in nwqr 10-22-7 G A Pitney et ux to First Provident Building Association, lot 12 blk 7 Caldwell 6 Sinclair's add to Arlington Wm Humason et ux to Idora Montgomery, 75 acres in nw qr 10-22-7 A L Forshii et ux to L A Bigger, 3 acres in see 24-23-0.. United States to the heirs of Luther Dodge lot 2 sec 1225-5. f r Jos A Ileal et ux to Nat Mort and Deb Co., lots 32 and 34 A venue E west, s w d Nat Mort and Deb Co to N 11 Gale, lots 32 and 34 Ave E west, s w d H C Gilbert et al to Western Invest Co. nw qr 20-20-5... West Bissell et ux to Owen W Mulkey, lots 0 and 30 North Main st, and 4 Sherman st west, q c d Nancy J Hill to Wm S Eno & Fred Bostwick, w hf sw qr 18-20-5 Joseph A Fontron et ux to Amos W Welker, nc qr 8- 1 00 I 00 1 oo 1 00 l oo l oo l 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1125 20 l oo 1 00 1 00 9000 00 500 00 25,000 00 11,000 00 Wm It Howell to ' Rebecca .lano Howell, ne qr 1-24-19 q c d ; Kittie Dodge et al to Ann Dodge, v lot 1 and ne qr of sc qr 12-24-5, q c d Wm II Howell ot ux to Henrietta Cnlley. se qr 0-24-10, q cd Ephriam Hotts ot ux to .Ins R Lovelace, lots 10-12 Ave F east 1 I offe 000 00 WE BUY Our cattle and hogs direct from from tho farmer, and do our own killing, whichalwaysinsures our customers meats that are FRESH 1 TENDER.' We also handle tho famous: WHITTAKEIv HAMS. 'Wo can be found three doors north of the Reno huuse, or by telephone No. 11. Thompson & Co. 4 00 1 00 1 00 , 7,950 00 ! 1,000 00 3,800 00 HAVE YOU A SPRING SUIT If not, call at once on JOHN BUETTNER, the Fashionable Tailor 207 North Main, Midland Block: It Should He In Every House. ' J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's New Discovery forconsump tion, coughs and colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia after an attack of "la grippe." when various other remedies und several physicians had done her no good. Robert Barber of Cooksport Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than anything he ever used for lung trouble. Noth ing like it. Try it. Free trial bottles at C. E. Sidlinger's drug store. Large bottles 50 cents and SI. rine W Russell lots 25 blk 18 M and S add. 1 00 0713 .0 XTn.ixroi*eio.l Remedy for THE AILMENTS OF IT CURES IN MAN: RHEUMATISM SCIATICA BITES CUTS LUMBAGO NEURALGIA , STINGS BRUISES MAN m BEAST HA8 STOOD THE TEST OF IT CORES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM 8CRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULDER ROT WIND BALLS SWINNEY 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 $i.ooabottle^ Denrnefot Can 't He Cured by local applications, as tbey cannot^^ reach the diseased portion of the ea\ There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be takon out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by cartarrh, which is nothing but an inflammed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One llundrend Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- P. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists 11 I- HIGH GRADE FURNITURE AT tystfi LOW GRADE PRICES. Died. C. F. MoPherson, little son of A. S. and M. J. McPherson, who reside on Sixth avenue east, died of diptheria last night. The remains will be interred in the Eastside cemetery to-morrow at 2 o'clock. Anybody wanting a genuine bargain in job printing presses should call on or address at once the NEWS. A Druilkcu Kow. ATI.AKOA, tin., May 24.—A drunken row between laborers at tho water works resulted in tho death of Wm. Taylor and "Kid'' Sanford and the fatal wounding of Bob Taylor. X Futnoua Home Dead. NKW YOHK, May 24.—Rarus, long known us tho king of the trotting turf, 1B dead. HemocrutB, Take Notice. Tho committee on transportation of the delegation from Kansas to the national Democratic convention to be held at Chicago June 21, 1892, have selected the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fc, as the route by which the Kansas delegation will make the journey, and have authorized me to publish this announcement. W. C 1 'KUHV, Chairman of Comutittee. In connection with the above, we beg to state that the rate will bo one lowest fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold June 10 to 20 inclusive; good to return including July C. We will arrange a special train, handsomely decorated, ou a schedule which will enable .parties from all points in the state to,'join at convenient Kansas junction points, or at Kansas City. 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 Bed .V Corner Main |_J \kl AA1II I l m T mm T m I and Avenue A. M. W. WILLI I T. 1

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