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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, MARCH 9. 1893
A Remarkable Chance
to Get Fine Tailor
e,v..ve, Vac 5 w..s-
Singlo. Pants $5 to $14 aFair.
Csirs ani Vs.ts $15 to $25.
Suit: 23.00 to 45.00.
Wo have bought
these at one-fourth
their first cost and
will sell them accord
ingly which means
the greatest bargain
in Clothing Abilene
has ever had.
goods were made for
the finest Merchant
tailoring trade and
every garment is
marked with the
name of the person
for whom made and
Our price is ridicu
lously low. Look at
these garments you
will find something
to fit you. Come
F. L HIRSCH,
2112 Pairs of tin: Famous
Fast Black Eos
IN LADIES', CHILDREN'S
Every Pair Guaranteed to Give Satis
faction in Wear and Color.
A full line of Bicycle Hose for Men and Boys can always
bo found at
THE RED FROM" MY GOODS STORE.
Hamakcr Block, Abilene, Kansas.
THUIWDA-, M AHOII 9. 1KH3.
F. J3. Notturf Is down with the grip.
A. L. Vickers was In from Flow,
P. II, Ualleok spent the day In
ICd. Koonlz Is home from his l'eim
0. llnfTamn and Jus. Frey were up
II. II. Miles, J. l Hutchinson and
J. II. Tnylor were up from Hope.
The Populists want the earth nnd
scalp of everybody vtlio Is not made lip
Populist hair. The State administra
tion opened up communication with
Washington yesterday to ncrrtaln If It
Is not possible to remove J. It. Burton
nnd Chas. K. Ilnlllday from their posi
tions as World's Fair commissioners
for the State of Kansas,
The Topeka Capital's letters to
Rov. dwelling and a complete history
from official records of tho legislative
troubles nt Topeka will be Issued in a
few days In pamphlet form. As an
accommodation to Ha renders tlm
ItEFLEf-roit will underlnke to forward
subscriptions for it nt exict cost to us,
25 cents for each copy. Siiliscrlpllons
with cash therefor may be left at this
The M. E. poufert'iue at U.itdwlu
has made the following appointments
rur Dickinson county: Abilene, J. T.
Mayor; Chapman, F. M. J,ickson, En
terprise, T. It. Mjd-j lleringtnii, I) W.
Itossj Hope, J, M, Atnsi'ii; Talmase,
John Truzise. J. S. Kuril eoes to
White City, T II. McCunnell to llus-
hong. W. II. Zimmerman formerly of
Ablleno Is hM'.b presiding el(er of the
Kansas City district with residence at
Lawrence; J. A Simpson to the Mich
igan avenue, church Kmsas City. Kan-
a; John Cook to Junction City; 8. E.
Hrtts und It. Wake, tn suburban
churches. Tupeka; E W, V.nideventer,
siiperlriteudent of tnlssl ms, NhviuIh.
J II. Madison remains presiding elder
of this district.
Ofllcoof I'.ittnwMtoruIti Omnty Times.
WAMKOO. Kas., March 0, IbO.I.
lo the 1'tople of DUUnson County.
A tew weeks nao there was published
in my paper, the 1'ottnuntumle Count
Times, Issued at Wamego, n Btato
raent to tlm effect that the sheriff ol
Dickinson cuimty was Intoxicated on a
U. P. train wlille havlnglii hlscustml)
an Insane man on Kebrimry 17. I m
liotli men. I have since- met saiil
sheriff, Mr J. d. Smith, and his depu
ties mid I here Btale na n fact that lie I
not the man seen on the train, nor ns
It any of his deputies, all of whom I
h ive met.
I voluntarily make this statement tn
correct the false Impression gone out
and to exonerite Sheriff Smith ami
bis deputies ftnm the blame that
naturally follows such a publication.
It. M. Chilcott,
Editor and Publisher Pottawatomie
World's Fair Boarding House.
All persons attending the World's
Fair can Und good board Jand lodging
with former Dickinson county people
at 0921 Wentworth avenue, Chicago,
with .1. Wenger and II. II. Sloner.
Correspondence sollcltid, 262 6mo
IHBsV nHk B3B3i V? TS 4n?7H W'mJkE crv xfTifk
The only l'uro Crcsm of Tartar Powder. No Auiuiouiaj No Alum.
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
AROUND THE OODNTY.
Doings of Interest In Our Neighbors
Solomon City March 7. -Jim. Hair
is giving the fiont uf his store ft cunt
O. nnd E. Crooks now occupy the
room lately vacated by Phil Gardner.
It ndds much to their store.
tlirn, to Mr. nnd Mrs, Buhner, a
M.Slas ns very pleasantly surprised
last Thursday evening. The occasion
wai his birthday.
J. II StnulTer of Navarro was pleas
ant caller last Saturday morning.
II. U.iuunn reports a flno time at the
A series of meetings Is held in the
U. II. hall. They may continue some
Iirook Foster is moving.
Willie Hopkins Is home from
Pliilllhurg. lie is now employed nt
Ilsrr's handiomo store.
ltlchard Wanless spent a few days at
NORTH DICKINSON NOTKS.
Special IthrLrcTOK Oolrt-epundenc.
HAVE'S Twi-.,Mnrcli 7. O. E Kyner
closed a successful term of school
S.uurdiy. Most of the pitrons came
out and were well entertained with
oiigs and recitations by the school.
Prizes for attendance Hero awarded tn
Itetlzi nnd Aunlu Umbargar, L'zzie
and Mary lliechbill and FraukiH
Weaver, and for Bpclllug toNoia Parks
md De.i I.ntB.
Cli.is. Ijjiiddiic'oaed school last week
and will attend tho Ch.ipm.iii high
school duriug the spring term.
J. II. Sinner and bride were visiting
friends hern last week. Mr. Slont-i
will take ch irge of his father's farm in
Annie llrechblll is litvlna; her build
lugs Improved with n coit of punt.
At llethel church Sunday 9 was
collected for tiKasiounry purposes.
Clinton Marts nmt bride ar.i at the
hnuie of thi furnifr and will sunn move
Into the house vactted by Mr. Umbir
itar. Programs lire out for a Sund.iv sclionl
i-iiiivriitluii In lie helil at H-thel church
riiurs'l.iy, March 10. It will lie roU
limeil by tliHaiinus two lints' confer
ence of tlm lllvr llr-ahrtiu.
Special Ititritoioa i'iirrniniinioi-.
lioNACcouii, Mnrch 7. II. K. Eer
Is eiunged In w -tiling up his cellar.
JimesA. VauDuyii his dug n well
nnou his farm Host of here.
School will close at Knox on the
17th of March.
Miss Mary Oshcr cto-ed a successful
term of Bchool at Harmony on List
N. II. Hibson nnd wife spent Sunday
visiting friends In Abilene.
Quito a number of tho youth of Ihls
vicinity were entcrtaiiud nt tho home
of Miss Helen Slilrack on last Satuiday
evening. March 4. A pleisiul time Is
Spoclal Ue-Lroron Ootio.por dunce.
CllAfMAN, Much 7,-lt-v. Iloyes
has entered upon the retired list of the
John Phlpps has started for Chicago,
tin will visit hU brother William, it ho
is attending the Stite Agricultural
college, for u few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Clironlstcr nn I Mr,
an I Mrs. TIKon visited th high nchool
Mr. Iliishy nt I)-troli ttul hegln to
build thu Ij'i'herrtil p ts-h ng o u few
d lys. The, buil ling m III t e 1! w.'tO fee .
Messrs. Christian and Pans llnffinat
visited tho high sell ut I lit I'rl lay and
Mr. Hooker on MocmHj. Paris Huff
min will attend tha Q ilncy lluslness
The seniors have begun solid geome
try. They anticipate vlnlsing the
E iterprlse oo'Iege mid Abilene high
school In the future.
lesr. Covrdlll. Stewart m d Emit,
and Misses Hugh a d lleudrlckso
gave adecl.uu inn) nnd iiiuslcil enter
talnuii'i.i nt Kr.iKiaul Hill H.iiuu ay.
Mr. npd Mrs. Stanley celohruttd tin
llftieth suiiiversaiy or their tunning'
Saturday evening. Tho golden wed
dlug was well attended.
Snoclnl lUirLtOToR Oorrewndeiicr.
Navajhiik, March 8 -Isaac Shuekey
la loading three cars with wheat this
Th schools tn this vicinity are
drawing to n close for this spring.
Some of lio teachers Intend going to
some, of the many good schools we
have In Kansas,
A man, hauling stone from section 27
had tho misfortune to lose his nnrkel
book convilnlng Sift nnd due bills to
the amount of $tn, A oung girl
returning from school found the pocket
book nnd gave it to the owner and he
very generously otTVinl her 10 cents to
buy candy with. Asrhew.m past the
age of children whoenj y candy, she
respectfully declined this must llOtial
We understand that P. It. Wrights
mm and family have decided tu inako
their home III McPherson.for the pies-
eut and his residence here,ls for lent
There is soma corn Jet to husk In
The rain Tuesday put the ginund in
good shape for spring uoik. Si me
hiui begun to cut com stalks tu clear
the ground ready for a crop.
What might have been a er) aeilnus
accident look place here last nluht
1'ho men from the vicinity ol l.jon
cieek Hirn returning fiotii Abilene,
buth were Intoxicated. They ran the
team oil Hie end of Hie cuhtrl nt the
railroad crossing tipping the epilog
wagon over "nil throwing liotli men
out. One of the it on had his fme
pretty badly cut, both homes wen
thrown-oiip Into the ditch, the othei
onto the railroad track nearly killing
them. It Is snld they could not have
gotti n oik had it not been for the
timely aid of tho men at the store
The men were taken to Divn Hock's
and he took them to IIih homo of
brother of nun of the men, leaving tin
wagon hero for repairs.
A competent girl for general house-
work. Apply tn Mrs,
812 West Third street.
A good team suitable,
for farm work. In
i Eodg-e Bros.
Tlm following lthc list of unclaimed
letters iiinainlng in tl.o Aliiliiie post
oil! .for thu week ending Match 7
ibvi. Have Jour null iiddiesvil t,
atleet and tiotnher und It will b
pmu ptly dellvi-ied
Itliitncr. Mi ; Vmig, M I'
.lktT. Kit il Clfi.iH i Ifiirlt. llim
Honclft r, IlHrry lloovnr Win
l.lll., &IH Jolllt .HI ,-, Ml. HUIIRM
Wiiiium-, Mrs A r
X. II Under i li late older or tin
postmaster genual, one cent (1 c.) ull
lie charged for ndveillsed letteis
Pentium calling fur tho above ull
please say "adu rtled" giving dat".
I) II OOIIDKN. I M
Six Per Cent.
I have fund lo loan nt above rati .
One note and one mortgage ni.d small
cash commission. Piivllegeof paying
nuv amount ill any time. Ititeiest hint
principal paynble in Abilene. Call i.nd
e" me. llll.AMI) silirTIIU'OH1 II
Aiui.c.NB l(is,Murrli 6, IMU
ltitli-r ynMl , . H. f 2.1
Knit pit Urn jw
Votiinc ctilckons (it hII"o.. 7
Tuikcyi pir Ibiillvi 9
I'oUloffs M 1 is
riiinrprrl' m lwinttM'
llnifi i.t 100 . &&)(Aun
nwaiHTlantlM... 1 Too ttn
St"rrH.r loulm S20a24S
Wlnat, No.S.noft I 511
Wheal, No.8, soft ... Id
W'hiat.No.!!. Iiaril IS
W bout, No. 3 15
tiro....- .. u
Osts , ...... 21
IKIral ji!illllit Inl'm aiuliins Wskklt
IlKH-iCToii Jlnrt'lm, Ihji I
Notice of Appointment
STAT Of KAN1,
lot'Mii Ron uiiuniy, 1
In t tin rustier ot Urn eitatnof Kdwsrit Plrk,
laiHof Dlcklnion rounty, KunvMs.
Nol Im U I erehv if ivn t list on tin 71 li flay
otlarch,A II. IM.M, lliHiiiMlfr U11, (1 whh l,y
inn 1'ioisie u tin i,r Ijh k ine.tii fn ntv
Kanai , Only Nipontiil nnd rinallneil n
I'll- ilt'.rol tlidel'ati- of Kflauiii Kit If, I te
r llicklnsine 'tiiitv. il''ertHfti, All r'nr'lv.
Iliter-iileil 111 u il e-lHli! w 11 iHkn nitlkoiind
irirat publlilird In tha Aii'irm Wkki.t
IlsrLtCToK, ItarchD, HJi.i
Notico oi'F.nal Sottlcmont.
Iilckln-uti County, I"
In the I'rob'to Court In anil (or Sild
In tn- insltarol ilia KUtnof Monry llerahy,
Creilli ,rMsn. all otlior persona Imrrestal
In tli.i atonsil'l iltiln am liareliy n tin-'l
Hiatal tieni-xir-iiii ar term of the l'r '1-titn
1 ourt tn ani foraata' rotui'y, inimg yen mQ'I
llelU In III mill t'Hl In III", eltr of 111
lenn.ii'inntv nt lli kuit nam!.?.,! m Knn
rur a lull and U iulf uiuiH.nl in m il rsisi,
A4mlnl.ir.tor of V. "iiSn
II l Ips I haraaa nl lloixlll'ia; t'rararred
Hy Hi Capital -Mora or Ilia Laalala
litre. Toi-eka, ICnn., March a Tho senate
commlitoo aptwlnted to Investigate tho
boodlo charges against Oov. Lowclllng,
Attorney-tlencrnl Little, Krcd Cli,o
nnd Jim Legato, has decided nol to
summon any witnesses until nftcr tho
llor. Lcwelllng has received n letter
from Jim U-gate, who Is at Kxcclalor
Springs, Ma In this was ono Inclosed
nddreased to tho Topckn Capital, In
which legate denied the charges
ngalnst him and exonerated tho state
ofllcera Implicated In tho Blory pub
llahed In tho Capital, but said: "I re
ceive I a draft from 1. W. Kllno for
1,000 before tho legislature met and
I did rccclvo 11,600 slneo. The money
was spent Just as designed, nnd accom
plished Its mission. Tho money was
not spent to Influence any odlclal in or
out of tho stalo house I never naked
the governor or nny ono else to appoint
any ono as commissioner for Kansas
City, Kan., except tho acnator nnd two
populist members from that county,
whom I nsked to recommend Oeorgo II.
Miller, who la too well known in tho
stale to bo charged with any collusion
with gamblers or whisky rings.
"I found nt nil early period that I
had no Influence with tho governor for
myi.cH or anybody elae. I never
apoko to hbu on that aubl-ct. So
far ns doing business for Kllno Is
concerned, I hnvo only to say that tho
vilest murderer can bo defended by
honorable men and pay for it without
being tainted and certainly 1 nm not
ashamed of my work for Kline, nor do
I bcllovo ho has been the causa of this
exposure, for It certainly seems to down
him. Nor was this transaction to pro
vent tho passago of tho Taylor bill, for
I wus Just an anxious to put a stop lo
tho policy gnme as any man In th stato
and for that purposo I drew 11 bill to
put a stop to lotteries. Including policy.
I don't believe tho Taylor bill would bo
olTccllvcj I do bcllovo tho bill I drew
Work or lh lions.
ToritKA, Kan., March 8. The house
went Into committee of tho whole for
tho consideration of tho republican
mortgage redemption bill. It was con
sidered section by seollon and provoked
a groat deal of discussion. At noon
only one-half of tho bill had boon gono
through with and tho committee arose,
reported pnigross and asked leave to
alt again. During tho uoon recess two
clerks wore kept busy reading local
Just Iw fore uoon tho sonato railroad
bill was mossaged over to the hnuao
and was rocclvod, but no action was
taken upon It
All of tho local bills read during tho
noon rccoaa were passed Immediately
alter tho houso was callod to order for
tho afternoon session.
Chairman Hemlngton, of the ways
and menus committee, demanded that
tho house proceed to tho consideration
ot appropriation bills, but hn gavo way
to permit tho Judiciary committee to
bring up the appcllnto btlL A vote
was takon on this measure, but enough
votes could not bo muatcred to pass It,
and it was withdrawn, the understand
ing being that It was tobooiTcrcd again
ns a subatltuto for tho sonato bllL Tho
hmiao then went Into committee of tho
whole to consider further tho mortgage
I.arllelil Net n rmintr.
ToiTXA, Kan., March a Tho su
preme court In quo warranto proceed
ings Initiated; by Attorney-tlcncral
Ives several months ago decided that
tlarlleld county hud la-en Illegally or
ganized nnd declared it to bo unorgan
ised territory, Thu ault grew out of
lountysoal troubles uisl wus baaed on
thu fact thai tho county does not con
tain thu requisite ureu provided by tho
l.ril.lulfl Out nr Ulrica.
Toi'kha, Kan., March 8. Tho 6enat
took up the maximum freight rato bill
mil iiyillllgeul mirk succet-dod In tin-
.slung lis consideration boforouoon und
formally pusalug II by n vote of 3J to II.
Vlio bill wus amended by providing for
tliu dissolution n( tlio present board of
railroad cotuinlsaloncra and tho uppolut
111011I of 1111 entirely new ouu by April 1.
AiXil"lail I'tertlmi rulnliill(Miirs.
Toi'KKA, Kan., March 8. (iov. Luw
illlng this morning appointed IL C.
I'lisler to bo election commissioner of
Kaunas City, Kan., nnd William Prny
(rep.), A. W. Cunningham (imp.) nnd
leorgu W. Mitchell (iIciil), conluila
donera. Citniiliighnm in named us
president nnd 1'rny ns secretary.
Ilrpnli Iran so nlnra Protest.
Toi'KKA, Kan., Mnrch M Tho lepub
llciiu aeuutora who urn opposed b tlio
iiaximum freight rntu bill passed by
tho aenato us a siibstitutu for the (Jrcon
'eu house bill huvo Idled a protest,
Irawn lip by Senator Timelier, against
tho paaangu of tlm bill.
A aerrelury ( IsrlFilltur
Topika, Kun., March H. Tho senate
paased u bill creating a department of
lgrlculture, to bu presided over by a
ecreturyof agriculture to bo elected
by the peoplo nnd to receive u snlary of
13,000 per unnuin.
Teleplio'i 1'at its Kaplra,
New Yoiik, Mnrch a Yesterday the
broad telephouo patents, through which
the Hell Telephone Ca controlled thu
telephouo buslueas for tlio past twelve
years, explreiL To-day thu only com
petitor of the Hell company nctually In
tlio Held commences business by thu
cipenlng of their first exchange at Mc
Keehporl, Pu. This company the
bliuver corporation, of No. 1 llroadivay
wus organized In IM7, und now has u
capital of t'l.OUO.OOO. Tho corporation
owns n duplex tell plionu systenu
Marks w il Ills la.allanl,
Ha.v I'iiancisco, Mnrch a Mr. Mac-
kay continues to improvo steadily, but
It will probably bo a week or ten days
beforo ho Is allowed tn go out. Kinpuy
said ho felt as though hu was going to
get well. Ho Is still weak, however,
for when ho attempted tu walk from
one cot to uiiotherhofulntedand It took
him some time to recover.
Tho nnti-SemlU) feeling In Ocrmuny
Is sleudlly growing stronger.
Tli I'arls Under tit Ainarlenn Flax;.
Nbw Yoiik, Mnrch 8. Tho star sand
stripes wero raised over tho taffrall of
tho tteamer Paria, of the new American
line, at noon to-day by Miss l'runces C
(Iriscom, daughter of tho president of
tho International Steamship Co. Tho
ll-i g wan raised while the vessel was
lying at her pier. Only a fore jwrirVBi
A succession of earthquak. shook,
wero felt In Umatilla, Ore. One of the
?" , of J1000 ,"(w tU"l
WWt) fes W VWV V t
U n rononnablo crcnturo in buying. Some men when
buying a InrHtj or other kind of property look well to tho
title, value nntl other conditions; they think beforo taking
any important steps in business affairs. Such men aro al
ways successful in lile, and usually go
Business cannot bo successfully conducted by hap
hazard methods olso wo would not spend our time and
in ney each season in tho eastern markets Btudying fabrics,
eilts, Styles ailll sclectillir barcains for i.tir r.nntnmnra. Mnr
chants must irivo constant euro
and wanto of the trade. Tho Woolen mills of this countrj
are now ma'.ing better labrics, mtulo of finer wool, and soil
ing them at lower prices than at nny timo in tho last twenty
fivo years, for the simplo reason that in 1890 nnd 1801 tin
production of lino Australian, Capo of Good Hopo nno
rgentUio Heptiblio wools was enormous, and theso lino
foretmi Wools hltVO been NI'IHup- in lliia nnimti v nhnniin
tl'.an ever. Too much competition in tho American mar-
kuim, lureigu wooien manuiacturcrs Iiavo also had to rcduco
It thcreioro "goes without saying" that wo aro nblo to
offer to our friends and customers this season
Spring Clothing in Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's of finer and better fabrics at lower
prioes than ever before offered.
Come and see us. See whn.t filoprmt. nil
wool Cassimere, Worsted and Cheviot Suits
we are selling at 8.50,
18.00 and 20.00.
G. C. STERL & CO
Ceaseless Toilers for Trade.
Mmtrv null I viutiiifMita
Nbw Yoiik, Mm-iti 7 Many of tlm linfatn
lnmiillGU und In JIvMiml capt latin tit iiiiirkvtt
up ttitlr loftbi tu-Utijr Atonu I lino H (wrctnt
IHTdlctn limaJltlmi to tha lc(7l Intr-riMl of
rcrrcnt pr mnum Htm ixiid Ly borrow m.
'IU rururiM lhtnt nm nioclc clittiigo borrow
era hart to pay at lit s rte of 52 per cunt, por
annum. Wull itrrct 1 looklnir to Wnshlntiton
fur relief, and tlio dull v rumor that tbuifovtrtt
ment wuuld dl.ortlr ln?tto Mill for tlio alo of
Bsllhrfl fill until futtflj wsa aAail uiul f 1 ..I ikd
his poslnl rails uf lUTMnj .scliaiuo lo II SJ
...... .. .
nd II S7 Thla la a reduction ur Iwo conta
aliKfl Satutdar and Uduo lo tlio atrlnKnncy In
money, wlilcli lias vomptelelr dcmorallted Ibe
market f.ir aterllnir oxi hango.
Tlm ahlrmrnta of gold by to-day's aleumrr
airsrrs'ilea I., ui,isli. In apllo of tliu tlfhl
mun.ty urrana infnla areln progress to oxpurt
10 M.ou i by Saturday's eteamer and II.ikxi.uuO
lbs treasury omrlslaaay Ibe net gold In tho
treasury, aftrr dnliiellnt toslay'a ahtpmiuta to
j.uropo ana nouwi Anierloa, la fl,rjou,uuji
Kansas I lly I Irs Nliiek.
ICAHSis L'lTr, Mirch 7 -Calllo-ltecelptt,
l.did calfos, li, ablpped yesterdar, lvia. Tho
general market was steudyl atoere oocaslouallr
lUo lower The following are repristnutlva
imuai.ii iiExr and amrriNd stkxiis.
I I.'II in ir i.mi ii:
r. i,m sis i i.iii m
ai i, us in is ii ii
II I.IIH Mil II 1. 311 ill
17 I.MI )
- 1,111 Ml)
19 t 7 111
II 1,311 SIM
II I..II (01
.1 I.lil i mi
YJ I, SI I I)
!K .. .. I.TJ7 I IS
II ... I.I7S 1101
I, 'ill 1U
Is mo a hi
1 f.'l 7t
T ISM 37H
3 U'l Xtkl
IS IM) Ul
S Sl .S'(
3 SXI ISt
I ... . n in
. I, .Ml I 0
I. I'll 113
II I Ml IS
ft 1,111 lit
. I US I'.
. . i, .in aii
. 1,1111 37)
... VII 3.7.1
.... ! Zh)
... I,ir."l i.l
... B'l 3 a
STULKXIIS ANII rKKIIKIIS.
,.,. I,lll H3 I il
lloga-ltoi'chilsVDiK: ehlpixid yvstcrday. V
Theuiarket waa Uo to l&o lower, cluslng a) to
sic! lower, llio following are rcprcsonlalUo
H,. 7114 17 01
71 S.I 7 7J
7.9 .SIM 7 7J
19 ..Ol 7 70
ft) ,83. 7 711
101 17 SI
Ml 7 7J
311 7 7S
X7I 7 7J
7) SVI 7 74
44 K 7.7J
74, ,lt 7 70
7 331 7 70
IS,. Ull 7
91., SJI 7 Dll
M ,XS 7.UI
as .337 7.10
.Ml 7 71
Xlil 7 71
,111ft 7 1
SM 7 SO
si. ,x.l lit
7s tr.l 7 si 91
xi .xio 7 so
lis, no shipments Tho
market was fairly active und steady.
lowing aro reprrsi'numvu e&loei
..annul .. lulillO 1713 muu 103 1 1 SO
aJln.es SI S.7B I
Chlragu I Ira Htnek.
ClllOAlin, Msrch 7 -llogs-llecelpls. 17,000;
omclal veelcrdAr, 21,113: shipments yesterday,
9,9)1 lelt over, about SO ). quality a lllllo bet-
tesiM tnirlrnt f.sls-ltt tiisf tmrA li.iit aiudlABi hln.. aV
lOolower. Halis ranged ul 17 HHS.00 for light"
joirtr.vi lur rougu pacuing, Tsuisio rur
mixed tnuoas.30 for heavy packing and ship- I
ping ioisi pigs, id vttti aj.
C.tllo-ICotilpu a,M0, omclal yesterday,
ii.rss, snipmenis yesterday, 9,740.
lairiy active ana nruL
hherp Hecolpls. 10 ua): ofnclalyestcrdar, 10,
M, Louis l.ivw stork. I
hT. fuis. March 7.-Caltlo-Itecelpts, 3,M0
nurket a lead r to atrong. lljjs-Itecelpta,
3,aoj market HlOo lower heavy. 17 0 s.110;
mlxed, I7.IJ179I' light, 17604171
Itocclpts, MM, market firm.
Kansas Illy llraln Market.
Kama Citv, March 7.-Tho local wheat
market was very wink tsi.i!:iv. with nplj. 11 a
lo Ic lower than yesierdjr on both soft and
"I""""" iiiner uuyersnorseiiera snowea
reduced tr'ocs. Comialsilon mensiynoalnta
arellkoljr to incroaiA Shlprwrs were bidding;
624 '0J cents rlvir for Na JhirJ outof ituru,
and a few tola sol 1 at Iho tiller prlco.
To-day's receipts wers 114 cars, s week ago.
w oara, a year ago. w ears
and stmlv tn tlm ilnmnmla
10.00, 12.50, 15.00
aoaat, ensi,oi tsu, a oaru wdoui, a
MHr, Ha. hsnl wbaat, tlxosso; rejaottil bar
obtai, iTSSJoi NaSreJ wbaat, "IJUoi N'a
red nbrat, Sl3Bai No. i rail wbaat, la7a
Tha csirn market waa weak most of the mon
Inc. Mixed corn looalljr aad Mampbls bids t
wMteoorQ utralttt'lo lower. Lalala tbaili.
an eastern order for mixed Cora at 88 rlv
straightened tbe matkot ooostderablj'.
lleeelpts to-da wore So oars, a week ago,
cars, a rear in, IT oars.
No. (mixed corn BoldetUXaSioi No.Stnlxid,
Uttoi Na 4 mixed, tto: No. I wblte, si
B lwBII,9l)iasiliei No.wblloaotdatl.)i
t'." pl,', f!,:5"i UsUslpp rtror su i
Jj,1 ""pP1" ' core. No a whlto luU
.1 MU.,1... anH Jllli. Ill a hi nl. I a
at wvo rlrcr and II Ho Memphis.
Oats were In fair demand and whtto oats a c j
vrrrflrm, though mixed wero no higher. Ii '
calpta to-day wero o cars: s year ago, llu t
Cash prince: Na mixed, xSV3.V)ici Na
ssasilici Na i, Mile, Na I whtto, JISJIHti
No s wblte, sonaiia
Hay Kecelpu, IT cars; market weak. Quota
tions are: Tlmolby, cboloo, SJ OKU M, goo
riisiixviu, oioror mixed, bo.uoit.uj per lo
fanoy pralrla, rrsl), good to choice, K.tMSt'.'M
Ctileaau llraln Hnd Provisions.
March 7. Opened Hlgh'al Low "at Clot!
Wh't-Mar... 73U 7I7 TJuJ V
Vay ... 7n 77 tij tc
July.... 7S 75 71', 74
Corn-Mar IIU lis iu n
May.,,. 13 lit, IJIl I
July,,, l llsi li, ll.
Oats Mar.,,. 'H .lU'-t M
May,,, 2H S.1 s. ii
July.,.. iejs. .ctX mi, -..
l'ork-Muy.... ISM 1140 IJU7H IS nu
July.,,, IS 11 Ilia ISIS 11(1
Sept..,, ISW ISM IS SI t
Lard-May.,,. ISM Its') II 7111 I. SJ
July.,,, II HO II S7U II Dili II )
Hepl.,,, II 7t II i II I7li IS
lltba May,.,. 10 55 10 37n 10 XO HI 3.'i
July ... 10 0.x to 10 10 wh m to
Hept..,. ... ... . ..
Nt. Irfiula llraln.
St. Louis, March T.-Itecelpla, wheat, sr.SGO
bu. corn, lss,770 bxl oata, 3I.9U bu.i Hour,
S,b05bbla. Shipments, wheat, 11,301 biu corn.
107,101 bu, oala, 2,970 bu.1 rye, LllObai bar
ley, none, flour, 7,145 bbls. Wbeat May, 7J'.a
Md, July. 7IUi.74o bid: March. CIU (07ku
April, cssio aaked, Corn-May, wll3Uci
July, lie March, l7Uo bid: April, 33U& Uili
Nominal; May, iUlio.
Kansas Lily I'roduee.
Kansas Cur, March 7,-l.ggs-IIesyy re
oolpla, active, aleadr,lla llutter Kutr receipts,
creamery, light demand, dull, fancy, 27Q77WCI
good. xl(2x3o: store packed, 17c: poor, trashy,
UliitlJo; dairy, quiet, ateadyi fancy, ISuM9u:
piKxl to choice, nvairo; roll, light rculpls
llrmeri fanes. ISci irou.1 la eholrn. ISa rum
mon, 1 1 it 15a. l'oulirr-Llght rocelpia, ai
tlve, Qrm: roosters, f&o each, bens be
springs, lirm, 90: broilers, IDJI.'o p
la Turkeys Light receipts, In acmut
firm: liaillioperlb. Uucks-rirm, 9o ijr
Oeeso UulUtSO lo per lb. l'lgeous-ll
Urcasod cbtckena Quiet, rough, s tlOci fan
10 tulla I'otatooe-Heavy rocclpta, largo a'
ply, actlvo, weak northern, 7a39Jo iier b
Cotorada 00295c, seed. Hose, 95o til uu- Km
Ol'to. ai.W. aweeU Brm, yellow.llOJp
LlTti.K Kocic, Ark. March a Tho
"er " ltuclianan, ot tlio bouril o
trustees tn 111a Aricansits insane nsyiuiu,
lias confessed to tho Kwlnff Vresbytcry
committee of lafeitlctlon hit Rullt or
i'iiiueieiueiiu uu ucu;un steaunp; ir
isso to socuro money to buy Bt John'
college, a Masonic Institution In Mttl
Kock. but what ho ultimately did i
,,. ;nnvm hna nnt atni,..l n,,ii,i 1,
buy the college. Ills shortau U lt,
reel for IndUn O'llniulssloiier.
Wasuinotox, March 8. It comes
(rood authority that the prcsldeut t
iluy Bent wont to ox-vonsressmsn f
llmthowsnU-rttbseo hlro lo-ttrom
Thl has crctttfcrt Bonraromintmi tnnt 1
thu Dfllca sookcrs, as they am toxlu
to be sent for In this vrny. Thero Is
(ronerul belief that 1'vel trill bu oUtrt
the placa vi souuuWluacf eX Xadlw) 0
tartteaAiitfsrVir aMMlQ j
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