The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on May 25, 1892 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1892
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HUTCHESSOK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1892. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A. cream of tartar baking powder- highest of all in leavening strength.— Latest U. S. Government Food Report ROVAI, BAKING POWDBU CO., 100 Wall street, N. Y. riS EVER THTJS-How Will the Democratic Presidential Platform Straddle theSilver Question ? THE MARKETS. KUNKV AKu STOCKS. JJKW VoiiK, May 2fl.—[Stock Letter furnished by the Kansas lirnin and Live Htock company.]—Although the weak closing of the general market was admitted by traders unci brokers at Windsor last evening, conservative peoplo thought there was too much bear talk to make it safe to sell. The foreigners rather expect that Condon will buy to-day again, and this may turn the tide upward. The announcement made after :t p. m. that he had agreed to advance grain rates to the V.'l and -Ti basis was rather unexpected at thisscaso7i and should have good in- Uuence ou trunk lines. The Tribune this morning thinks (lould interests are connected with the beai'S again and declares that no others would stoop to so low a depth. 1 'eople very close to Mr. Keeuebought cordage preferred yesterday at SI.OS for 81.12 to $>. The further weakness in Krie common has brought out a' story that Cornelius Vnnderbilt, who owned 100,- O00 shares of it has peddled it all out in the street within the last two months knowing in advance of the obligation of the Lehigh Valley lease which was an income of 81 ,'JM ),ooii pei annum to the Krie.. Atchison, :Mj». Missouri I'ac'tHr. r*",^, Keck Inland. 711. St. Paul, 7K!«. Union l'ni-ltlc. 41. Western Union, ty.Hi. SINrr, KH. HYE—No. •> steady: THo. llAliLKY—No. a nominal, (l:»c. FLAX SEEO-No, 1 easy: si.oil. Prime to mixed, steady, SI.:S4. HUTT13K—Quiet. KCKJS—».:oo0 demand. KunmiK City. KANSAS CITY, Mav 2f>. WUBAT-NotnlUK rtiilllif. CORN-May 4MMt43K. OATS—May aama:ww. 11UTTEH—Steady; creamery 1-WilKc: ilalry 8@14c, KcfOS-Plrm: i:ic. .St. Louis. ST. LOUIS. May ar>. WHKAT — Oasli higher: options lower; MavXHcbld; July KUHfifWc; Autjust R2c. CORN—Cash hlpher. AU'ic: options lower; May 4He: July4*i?.£c; September 42e. OATS—Cash better, ,1k: options easier; Ju!y.'ll<ac. PORK—Hift-hcr; $3 0.75. LAUD—Higher: choice shipplne S'i.25; liutclier'R stuff $l).H5<r«>. Foreign tiroln MHrttetH. Liv'Kiironu Mav 2.">.—Wheat not much in tlemaml. California y,rtlowcr: other kinds unchanged. Corn llrm but nut active, i^cl advance. MAHKET LANK—Spot wheat quiet and steady: American corn strong and unchanged; Danubian weaker and (Id lower. LONDON—Cargoes olf coast. Wheat steady and California held a shade lower: Australian .'Id lower; others unchanged on passage. MarScet seems nrmer. California nearlv due. ad lower. Corn in slightly better shape, I.I VK STOCK. SI. I.on IK. ritoDuci:. Chicago, CuiCAfio, May L'S —|Spi!einl advi<-es received by the Kansas drain and Live •Stock eompany. 1 —WHKAT —Most speculators are firm believers in reciprocity, as it was announced in the morn. rag papers that the Democratic caucus had rejected Parmer Hatch's anti-option bill to a dofcrred calender, with the probability that it would hardly be heard from again at this session. Traders generally undertook to bull everything on the door with fin weather and weak cables, and the prospect was certainly not encouraging,but the, boys whooped up the market all the same, nnd if there had been any outaide trade they would have kept it going, but there being nothing in sight to sustain prices, the market soon dropped back to opening figures. Ad vices from the northwest say that receipts are increasing at country points as the prospects for the next crop improve. The foreign demand is growing weaker and the situation tempo rarily favors lower prices. CoiiN AND OATS —News is received today that a cargo of corn shipped to BulT'alo from Chicago by water is coming back by rail to 1111 May contracts. This state of things ought to convince Karmer Hutch that the Chicago board of trade isdoing its part to sustain the price of agricultural products and that short selling is not always prolltable to the sellers. Provisions have been strong with a broader market thau for some time. They ought to do better, bat it is very doubtful if they will. The foi lowing is the range of prices for active futures: Sr. Lours, Mav 2. r >. CATTLK—Receipts 2,1100; steady. ' HOGS—Receipts 2.000: steady: fair to choice heavy s4.00(?M.7,"i: mixed ordinary to good $4.2«<a4.u.v, yorkers $4.H0Sji4.7O. Sheep—Receiptsr«00; steady. KiuiHurt City. KANSAS CITV. May 2<">. CATTLE—Receipts4,100; shipments 1,400: Ught steers were steady; heavy and Texans 10c lower; all grades S3.1">&4.50; cows, steady 82.10ffo:U!2: stockers and feeders, steady. S1.-J0U6.M.70. ROUS—Receipts 12,200; shipment!) 4,r>00 market active, opening strong to 5c higher and closing5<ft)10 lower, " " ©4 70: bulV«4.45ffi4.l)0. ulghei SvlEBP—Receipts 000: quiet and steady. ali grades, shipments 1,400 Chicago, CHIOAUO, May 25. The Evening Journal reports: CATTLE — Receipts 15,000; slow and 10c lower: declining 20. HOGS—Receipts 30,000; steady; roue and common $:i.00(c&.'l.50: mixed and pac. ers $4.00f(i4.75; prime heavy and butchers »4.7Ba*.8'r>; a few at 84.00; light 84.f 'sHF.EP-RecciptB 8,000, and all sold at steady prices, HUTCHINSON MARKET. l'rmlnce* WIIKAT. Mat July December.. COHN. Ji'.uc - AUgUSt...' September OATH. May June July eoltk. Julv September. J.Attn. July September. RIIIB. July September Opeu'd High't. Low'st Clos'g. H:i5( H4!» s:i nil?; H2S K:]\ S2(S K2',4 H-l>, KiH S4 84 47?. 4H?i •IT'S -17 ',4 45H 40H 45',4 ih% 45 4T.l« 45 ih% 45 4.'>S, :'!•,' •K.-H •14»» •14?; :il,. 31 £ l (i ().-> 10 20 0 :i7!4 o flaii li 02 H 0 15 " ;iiH Oil II tli*» li :u" 10 05 10 20 ii :i7« 0 40 0 0214 0 15 ":ii" 10 27',4 10 40 o v:y, 0 (10 0 20 il ao TfKAT-No. HHHc: Jul. . July H2V4c; CORN-Lower; No..a M ay peceiubf crH1Hl . .„., , , c .«Vh 4fiM00ci May 117c; June 47J4c: July 4B^ C . Al , , UBl mcJ September 44*fctrt4HiC. " OATS—No. 2 easy; c July ;iisii:iis«c. Nf ESS PORK ^1 32iic; May aawes *,0.27.,,; sentem^r l\U%A* 10 "~™ LAU1. Cash »U.;i5; July C ^liQO 45; Sep, lember |ll.57'4 SHOUT HlllS-l.'ash »U, V). 17H®0.20; September W I7«@0.a0: '7M ®0 .80. July PLODR—Highest patent, 82.40; second patent, 82.20; extra line, 82.00. HUTTER—In demand; creamery, IInest dairy, 20c; line dairy, 15c; common 10c. EGGS—In demand, 10c, POTATOES-Choice. 00@H0c. AP1'LES-S1.50((!>2.00 per bushel. ONIONS—la fair demand; red, 75c per bushel; home grown Spanish, 81.25 pet- bushel. CAUUAGR-Falr, 5c per pound. REETS—Steady. 50c per bushel. HAY—Baled, Sii.OOi&ri.riu; loose SO.00IB5.50 per ton. Grain. WHEAT-No. 2 soft 72e; soft 115c; hard 00c. CMRN-;ilirr.:i7c. RYE—No. 2 55c. OATS-20C. more for our work than it is worth. To prove this, 1 will give a few prices charged in cities where coal, paint, varnish and iron are at least 30 per eent. cheaper than here, and after comparing these prices with those asked by Hutchinson Mechanics, any fair minded man can readily see that we are endeavoring to get for our work only fair living prices. We are sorry to acknowledge that in the past we have followed the foolish plan of doing work at cut prices, and now that we arc endeavoring to make living wages, at our trade, nnd now that we. wish to esent the report that we are eombin- ng to rob the public, as has been circulated. To illustrate we give the fol. lowing prices: The charge for set of tires in New Yerk is from S12 to S14; in Utica, N. V., from¥» to 812; in Chicago from S12 to Sin and in Hutchinson from S8 to 810. New felloes in New York are worth 30 to 75 cents; Utica. 40 cents; Chicago, .10 to 40 cents nnd in Hutchinson 25 to 35 cents. A new singletree n New York costs SI.B5; in Utica, 75 cents; in Chicago, SI to S1 .25 and in Hutchinson 50 cents. Resetting tires, in New York, 84 to $0; Utica, 82 to 53; Chicago, ?3 to 85 and in Hutchinson 82 .50. For repainting a top buggy you pay in New York 815 to 820; in Utica, SIS and in Hutchinson 810 to 815. He- painting a delivery wagon, in New York costs 825 to 830 and in Hutchinson 818 to 821, A set of common shoes for a horse in Indianapolis costs 82; in llwtchinson SI.50. A hand-turned set in Indianapolis costs 84; Columbus, lud., 83, and in HutchinsonSS .riO. We could go on through our entire list of work and give similar comparisons. We would ask the public after they take into consideration the fact that our material, owing to difference in freights, costs ns at least 30 per cent, more than at the cities quoted above, if they think we arc trying to get more than living prices for o\rr work, and we think that all lovers of justice will agree that the Hutchinson Mechanics' Protective Union has been organized for good and-not for the purpose of robbery, as some folks MlCCIIANU.'. were here yesterday in the interest of Dr. Shoop's remedies. L. P. Itallard of Ballard & Severance, was here yesterday. There is considerable dissatisfation here on account of No. 3 being taken off the line of the Santa Fo through here. If we go to Hutchinson by rail now, we must remain all of one day and one night. The resxilt is that farmers will either go to Arlington, Partridge or drive down. Let us have No. 3. We are at a loss to know by what line of reasoning the Santa Fe came to the absurd conclusonof taking that train oft' the extension. We hope it will be placed back again soon. M. A. Draper of Peace Creek, preached for the Christians Sunday, and Uev. J. E. Wilkinson of Partridge for the Methodists. Ueorge A. Hose and Miss Bertha (linn were married to-day at 11:30 a. m. Mr. Rose is our accommodating station agent at this place, and is an enterprising, trustworthy young man iu every respect. Miss Ginn is the daughter of one of our leading farmers anil stock raisers, and is an accomplished and estimable young lady. The many friends of both parties wish them' long life and happiness, and trust that they may go through life with as few of the trials and tribulations to which all mortal are subject as it may please providence to allot to them. Chas. P. Dawson goes to Lerado tonight to assist in the organization of a Republican club. The Republicans seems to be waking up a little. This is not g3ing to be a sleepy, stay-at- home campaign. Push the work all along the line. The school closes here Friday, with afternoon exercises. Mr. Dawson has hus given the best of satisfaction, and is well pleased with the record of the school. Ninety-eight degrees in the shade yesterday, aiul no. great day for weather, either. Mrs. M. T. Stroup went to Stafford yesterday. ' Ed. Deviue, who has been relief agent at Pratt for a short time, returned yesterday. Abbyville, May 25th. Mr. Stiggens is building a new, two- story dwelling. •Scott Yeager IIIIH built an addition to his houBe. which is quite an improvement to his place. John Canning has built a new 'muse, and will move into it this week. Mrs. Willie Williams came up from Nickerson Saturday, and will spend » few days visiting Mr and Mrs. Williams. O. W. Tyler gave an last week f o r a Minnesota Chief threshing machine—a two thousand dollar outfit— to ST. Uobbins, of Kansas City, the general agent, who was through this section of country. Rev. Swan will preach next Sabbath at the Rising Sun school house at 4 o'clock, and at the M. E. church at 7:30 p. m. V. V. S. C. K. Meeting. There will be a public meeting of the local union Y. P. S. C. E. at the Presbyterian church to-morrow evening: IMtOOUAMMi;. 1. Music. 2. Scripture Reading and Invocation.. Rev. Soinervlllc 0. Music. 4. Echoes of the Kaunas City Convention Miss Winnie Glanvlllc. Mr. Jay I»u- terbaugti and Mr. Geo. P. Stitt. 5. Music—Solo Harry Roberts 0. Question box. opened for a short discussion ot practical C. E. subjects. Willis N. Baker 7. Music—lluet Miss Nellls and Mrs. Roberta 8. Social. Meeting will be opened promptly at S o'clock. Let all be on time. Hoes It Vny't Does it pay for a farmer to take a daily paper is a question often asked. A NKWS reporter asked this question of a farmer living about ten miles from Hutehinson, who has been taking the Daily NKWS for thepast six months. The farmer said ne had made enough in the past month by keeping posted by reading the dally market report to pay for his Daily NKWS for fifty years. The NKWS is the only paper in Kansas giving a complete market report received by wire. Sewing: Society. The Ladies' Sewing Society of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. Haskell. I20 Sixth uveuue west, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. brought forth again. The hoys are malting big preparations for the game, with Newton, and feel confident of se- , curing their scalps. We have noticed, ' though, that these scalps are only secured by a faithful adherence to and a corugeous practice of the principle oil base ballism. Hoys, keep your powder dry. Oetil'tiei" Can 't He Ctirnd by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. 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 istheresult, and unless the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by cartarrli, which is nothing but an inllammed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One lluiidre.nd Dollars for any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot cure bv taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. ORKNEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists The Convention l.lne. To those desiring to take advantage of the many cheap excursions advertised via the great Trans-Continental line (the Santa Fe) to visit old homes and friends in different parts of the country, don't full to consult us before, concluding arrangements for the journey. We reach almost every part of the country without change of ears. Hotter and faster service than any other line at as low rates. We are the official line selected bv the committee on transportation for the teachers' excursion to Saratoga, also the Y. I'. S. C. E. excursion to New York city, tlie'olll- cial line to the Democratic convention to be held at Chicago. We are the short line to Minneapolis, and willjun through cars 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. TBnifORb, Agent. It is a truth in medicine that the smallest dose that performs the euro is the best. De Witt's Little Early Risers are the smallest pills, will performthe cure and are the best. Beam's Midland Pharmacy. 1 710R' SALE—Desirable acreage property, J 15 miles from town, at a bargain for cash: also lots In Hutchinson. Reynolds. Brunswick hotel. Call on E. h. 3t MRS. S. BLASCOER, _ " Voice Culture A.ND Artistic Singing Italian method employed', avenue The on iy thorough and best j method known. Children's 10 Will Meet To-Hnrrmv. j The Ladies' Sewing society of the Presbyterian church will meet to-reor-; row afternoon at the residence of Mrs. i A. D. Krouse, No. 13. .Sixth west. Uane Mail. . The base hall craze has struck the V01CeS a Specialty, city, and the gloves and mask are! 411 First avenue east. MMIIIIIIIIHIIIMWMWHIBIIIHIIIMIHIIIIIHil claim. hard «:ic; No. 3 Llvt) Ktoek. CATTLE—Steay: stockers. J2,26®;|.75; feeders. 82.25®:i.25; fat c ws and heifers In demand at 82.00ia2.75: fat steers, 83.00® 4.00. HOOS-Steady; wagon, tops, 84.00 S4.10O4.25. SHKEP-ln demand; 84.00, car I'oultry. CHICKBNS-Ohlckens, $3.00 per doaen: chickens. 5V4c per pound: hens, 6c per pound: rooHters, 4c per pound; turkeys, 714c per pound. GOSSIP. Weather in the northwest is clear and warm. lirain out of store: Wheat, 72,000; corn, 25,000; oats, 87,000; rye, 3,000. Wheat receipts in the northwest: Minneapolis, 11)5 ears. Inspections at Chicago: Winter wheat, 1 out of 3D; spring wheat, 2flout of ml; corn, 53 out of 277; oats, 77 out of 172; new corn, 222; No. 2, 43; No. 3, 133. I.lvllttf WUgCM. Kim'oii NKWK : Will you allow a few lines of your valuable space to a working man to deny certain rumors, being set forth against the object of the organization known as the Hutchinson Mechanics' Protective UnionV I first wish to deny that we have organized for the purpose of robbing the public, for the purpose of charging Hueoratloti Day. Extensive preparations are being made for decoration exercises in this city. A memorial sermon will be preached by Rev. ,1. li. M. Ilursh, in the First Jr. E. ehureh, next Sunday at 4 o'clock, to which everybody is invited. On Monday at 2:30 p. m., the memorial address will be delived at Riverside hall, by dudgc Johnson of Oklahoma City. The various organizations of the city will participate with the Grand Army in the pnrndo.. Programme and full particulars later. Attention! Sir Knights! All members of La-Rue Division, No. 4, arc commanded to be at their armory Thursday night, May 26, at 8 o'clock sharp. By order F. S. MlTCllKLT., Sir Knight Captain. Committee!** All committees appointed by the Post will see that their work is thoroughly executed and every detail is complete before Memorial Day. F. S. MITCHKI.I,, Post Commander. AbbyvlllH. G. W. Dunn of White Sulphur Springs, Montana, who has been visiting his relatives and friends hero has returned. Ho is stperlntendent of the (llenn Mining company, at that place. John W. Monroe of Medford, was in the city Monday ou thrashing business. C. T. Copenhaver is selling meat here again. F. A. Brooks, the livery man of Plevna, was on our streets Monday. J. B. Bohart sold a quarter of land to I. Salmon this morning. Claypool Brothers: of HantRVille. A heavy rain fell Friday night, the farmers have not been able to commence cultivating their corn as yet, the ground being so wet. Wheat is heading out and looking fine. G. W. Taylor has one field of wh eat of eighty acres which is said to be the finest in the country. Miss Annie Lindsley entertained few of her friends Tuesday evening, in honor of their guest Mr. Gus Nooller, of Davenport, Iowa, Mrs. M. A. Case went to Sterling last Thursday, to spend a few days. W. L. Teeters of Hutehinson, put up at Woodlawn Wednesday night and visited with his old friend G. W. Tyler. TCbiO ~XJxx±xrena£il. DELoxxxeciy for IT CURES j M- THEA.LM EN TSOF AND IN MAN: RHEUMATISM SCIATICA BITES CUTS LUMBAGO NEURALGIA STINGS BRUISES MAN BEAST HA8 STOOD THE TEST OF IT CURES IN BEAST: FOOT ROT SCREW WORM SCRATCHES SPAVIN HOLLOW HORN SHOULDER ROT WIND GALLS 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 $1.00 a bottle^'; HIGH GRADE FURNITURE AT-— LOWGRADE PRICES. Buy Furniture At Manufacturers' Prices, At Home. Bed Room Suites, 1?arlor 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' to see them, Gunn Combination Folding Bed and Windsor Upright Bed. H.W. WILLITT. Corner Main aiid Avenue A.

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