Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 75, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 28, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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TUB DEADER GUTHIUE OKLAHOMA
THE WORLD'S MARKETS.
CHICAGO KBB. 37.-WKEtAT--Tho
steadiness of Liverpool and the north-
west and covering toy Bhorta were sup-
porting influences In the wheat early
May opening He over yesterday at ?
33c. ForoIffneH weo codlted with mod-
eato buylnff. May touched e5o Bhotly
at te tho opening oso to C6H65o and re
acted to Wo. Trado was rather narrbw.
tf-ocal receipts woro C3 cars one of con-
tract grade. Minneapolis and Duluth re-
ported 92 cars against 472 last week and
XSil a year ago.
OORS-Oponcd firm on higher Iovor-
pool cables and Ught country offerings.
May MOtto up at 3C C54o. Tho shlp-
plnn: demand was small whtch largely
offset tho light offerings and a profit-
taking May cased off to BlftWftc where
tho market steadied. Trado was fairly
active . Receipts wore MS oars 86 oars
over the estimate.
OATS Wero quiet Ibut firm there be-
ing a fair shipping demand while offer-
ings wore not tree. May opened un-
changed at 3W4o and advanced to I3?4
2K4c; but eased off to 23tt23H with the
ibtreak In corn. At the deolln tho ma-
ket was steady. OOoeal receipts wcro 5M4
cars CD cars over tho estimate.
aHOVISrON3-'rho market opened
florm because hog receipts wore loss
than expected. The break In corn caused
v small decline after which th enarkel
-wins again steady. May ipork opened a
shndo over yesterday at $10.65 and sud off
to $10.00; "May lard oponod Bo iignor at
53.82V4 caHlng off to $S.7S0377A; May ribs
opened Co (hotter at $3.82; selling off to
CHICAGO CV5II GTOAJN.
CltlCSAGO. fFErtJ. W.WHrKAT-Cnsh:
"NN 2 red C&SflOc; No. 9 rod CMrioj No.
2 liard winter Glc: No. 3. hard winter
WiC3; No. 1. northorn aprlng OSViCffJVJc:
No. 2 northorn spring 8S0OHc; No. 3
COYVtT-dio. 2. 94c: No. 8. 83V4C3V4c.
OATS-No. 3. 38c; No I. c.
iBUTTBIV-Flrm Crenrnwlw HG23CS
T5GGS Firm. Fresh iaCl4c.
POUITIIY Drosmed. steady. Turkoys 9
10c; chlckons ViUGGKo.
KANSAS CITY CASH GRAIN.
KANSAS CITY FJR3B. 27. WHJ5AT-
May G2&C. Cash: Nb. 2 hard fi&: "No. 3
BWT62: No. 2 red 70c; No 8 WtJSOc.
CORN May 31a Cash: No. 2 mixed.
OUc; (No. 2 whlto 32V4GBKe: No. 3 33
OAfTS-STo. 2. white aiHSSSc.
!RYK-No. 2. S.'c.
HAY-Cholco timothy $9.25$9.7; hoolce
EUTTER-Creamory 20SSc; dairy ISc
BT. LOTIS CASH GR.VTN.
ST. LOUIS. FiUB. 27. WHEAT 'Hlghor
!No. 2 rod cash elevator O0V4c; track 7VA
tS72c; Fcbraury GiVfrs OI ay R'4SSc;
July OSfiCOHc; No. 2 hard G5$?0yzc.
CORN Higher. No. 2. oash 21o; track.
ai344c; February 33o; May 3Ho: July
OATS Hlghor. No cash ate; track.
i4S2iV4c; February 21 c; May Uc No.
t! whlto 26c.
KAIKHiVfi CITY JLIVESTOOIC.
3CANQAS OITY. FED. 27.-CATTLE-Stecelpts
7.000; market steady. Native
atcora $3.7&JJ$5.25; Texas stora $3.aS$4.43;
Texas cows $2.GT$3.8S; native cows and
Iheifcrs $2.60St4.3T; stocltors and feodors
ta.2&ff$5.2G: bulls $3.W9$3.75.
IIOOS Receipts 14000; market Btronsr.
and actUx. Bulk of saleH $1.(2V4$.75;
lieavy $4.65i$1.60; packora $4.C2VfrR$4.75;
mixed $4.55M.(3; llRbts $4.1514.03; york-
era $4.COJ?f.63; plw W.40fj$4.45.
SirDEIP-meceiptB 3.0CO; market stronp.
Lambs $5.S$6.50; muttonn $3.7S6$6.05.
x ST. LOiriS LIVI3STOCK.
BT. (LOUIS. FU3B. 27.-CATTLE-RO-CPlpts
3.B0O. Good $3.00O$G.0O; poor to med-
ium $10031.75; stockors and feeders $3.R0
$1.75; stockors and foedors $3. 500 $1.75;
qows $3.(XXS$4.75; belfors $3.23(5$4.75; holf-
ers $3.VfW.75; cannera $2.2.W$I.S0; bulls
52.5Off$-l.20; calves $5.00i3$7.GO: Texas fed
steers $3.0OO$4.00; Texas bulla $3.45$3.7C.
HOGS Receipts today 33.000; ostlmatod
receipts for tomorrow 350u0; loft ovor
8.&M; markot stronp to Co hlghor. Mixed
and butchora $4.70S$l.MV4; pood to cholco
Jieavy $l.S0&$l.'2Vi; rough heavy $l.G5p
CHICAGO iRHB. 2X.-jOVTTLKRo-colpts
3500 Ronoraily utoftdy: native
Kood to prtmo ators stronsr W.OQJS.OO;
poor to medium steady J1.00W.7S? seloot-
ed fecHleni dull $-l.S095.75: mTscotf stookora
lonv W.tOt6.t)Q; cows beat steady oth-
ers slow W.OOtfJl.36; holferH steady .)
l.(K; cnnnrs firm. J2.2WM8.M; bulls
steady &'C5Q!1.0: calve shade lower
J500g7.TP Texan receipt JT.00; Taxan
fert Bteers steady J.00W.OO; Texas bulls
shade easier $.1.36fJJ3.?S.
arOGB-RecBlpts tOjiay 10000; lrft over
4.600: aworaKo 6a hltrher. eloslnfr ossler.
Mixed and butcher l.70fi'l.Q0; ffood to
choice heavy JI.XHTJI.m4; rough heavy
'l-JHW-Hj: Ushth Jl.COWI-W: ulk of sales
8lII0mP-meoeIptji M.OOO: sheep eslr;
lu.tibs 20tfle lower: fancy J7.K; Bood to
cholco wethers J5.884J45.76; fair to cliolee
mixed JI.40iQiJ6.gO; western shwp JS.MsT
K .0; yarllng steady tl.'MfMti.&K native
lambs JS.OOJT.act western lamlM $3.00
BOSTON IEKB. W.Thre Is no material
change Jn the -wool market this week.
There Is a lack of goneral demand and
this tend to make the reeling appear
weaker for some wools. Quarter blood
fleeces and nvooln of that character and
coarser are yet In demand nud hoM Arm
In price Territory wools are moUntr with
some salos at fibout the fomer rmnee of
values. The scoured buttltt fur (lne and
medium terrlterlo is t ai-tout mtym
for clioloo litapla with trood lines of stap
le at 0SJSc. Fine lyvaslied fleeces are
tneotlnff wltli slow trade "but prices are
holding fairly steady in the absence of
trade. For XX ana aho:o Ohio fleeces
98093 is quoted.
NW IrORK "DRY GOOP3
(NulW YORK. FB. S7.-The strenRth
of thw dry Roods market has been further
demonstrated today bj a number of ad-
vancos tn staplo cottons. Advances of Mo
have boon made In leading lines of brown
and bleached drills blue drills brown
sheetings coarse jeans hickory stripes.
ticks and denims. The demand for staplo
cottons is Improving and keeping the mar-
ket baro of ready supplies. There "has
been no change In print cloths either
regular or odd goods. Ginghams contlnuo
strong. (Men's wear woolens and worsteds
qulot without material change hi prices.
ST. LOUIS ORNERAL.
ST. LOU1B FEB. 27.-0T!LOURQutct
ODry salt moats (boxed steady: extra
shorts $6.00; clear ribs $8.12&
Bacon boxed s toady; extra shorts $5. CO;
clear ribs $G.62H; doar sides $0.75
Receipts flour 6000; whoat 11000; corn
05.000; oats 71000.
Shipments flour 8000; wheat 20000; c"n
46.000; oats 33000.
NEW YORK. (FEB. 27.-COTTON-JFU-turos
opened steady. March $3.81; April
$3.88; May $3.81; Juno $3.81; July IS.8S;
August $8.73; Soptombar $3.15; O0tor
$7.70; Novomber $7.CS; Decembor $7.W;
Yhe Hbsheat J!prr
Tho highest tower 'in the world la
presently to bo built as ono of tho great
attractions of Buffalo during tho Pan-
Amorlcan exposition which is to bo
held in that city in 1901. It Is to bo
1152 feet high and 400 foot square at
tho base and will bo a much more or-
namontal building than tho Eiffel
tower. It will be served by no fewer
than 33 electric elovators sixteen
of which will run only to the first
landing 226 feet above tho level of tho
ground. Tho whole journey from tho
bottom to tho top will necessitate four
changes of elevators and Will take
about six minutos whllo the elevators
will havo a carrying capacity of 10000
an hour. Tho estimated cost of this
towor which will be built of steel Is
$300000 or about twice as muck as
that of tho Elffol tnwor.
Wattl la m OrnTBjnrtl
One of the largest hotels lu Central
America and by far the largost In Bo-
Hze Honduras Is surrounded by tomb-
stones. As this old and abandoned
cemetery was located In the center of
tho town and affordod an cxcollent
slto for an hotel the necessary permis-
sion was obtained from the proper au-
thorities and in less than a year a
largo and handsomo hotel was orcctod
In digging tho foundation hundreds of
skulls nnd bones wero discovered all
of which wero carefully collected and
Interred In the now comotory. The ho
tel possesses a room In which sorvlo
Is conducted by a Iqcal proachor overy
Sunday. Last year the Battersea Ves-
try votod a sum of 400 for tho pur
pose of oroctlng a refreshment kiosk In
the Battorsea Parish Cemotery bettor
known as "Modern Cemetery."
The etiquette of a Russian dinner Is
decidedly formal. When tho guests
are seated the host and hostess cf ttie
f6aBt remain standing It being their
pleasure to attend upon the company
and to see that tho servants do their
duty. Nothing can escape their ob-
servation; tho plate of no guest-remains
empty for a moment nor Is a
wine glass ever without contents.
French wlnea aro mostly drunk at
Russian dinners. Madeira is also &
favorite and a bottle of port is always
served to on English guest At her
own time the hostess gives the signal
and all rlso from the table.
Old ITudAon Hay Itocolptr.
Amonj Eomo curious rocords of tho
Hudson Eay company are receipts
which read as follows. "Received per
Lapwing Jano Goody as per Invoice
in good condition." "Receive 1 per Oa-
proy Matilda Tlmblns. Returned per
Lapwing as not being In accordance
with description contained In Invoice."
Those belong to plouoer tlmoe when
while man who settled In new parts of
tho country wero either obligod to re-
main bachelors marry squaws or send
east for wives trusting to the Judg-
ment of tho company to select them
and send them out.
To Eureka Springe and return. For
tho above occasion the 'Frisco line will
soil tickets from Oklahoma City to
Gurcka Springs ana return at tho rate
of SO ; from Wichita 80. Tickets on
sain March 1 1 and 3 ; goad for return
March 5. M. F. Dunk
District Paasonger Agent.
Commencing Novuinbor lgth
Observation Bleepers dally between St.
Louis and San Antonio adding An-
other unrivaled feature to southwest
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Weekly Leader one year and the
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liartrantt Post No. 3 G. A. It. meets on
first and third Saturdays In each month al
7 130 p. in. In probate court room Visiting
comrades always welcome.
W B. HSROD P. a
M. L. MOCK Adjutnant.
Outhrle Camp No. 3 Woodman of the
World meets every Monday night In the iC.
of P hall. Visiting Woodmen are welcome
J.B. TOWJEUS Clerk.
WM. ORECOItY. Con. Com.
Outhrle Lodge No. a a.
FV&A. M. Res-
.r meetinc tun
meeting third Wednesday evening in
each month at a o clock. All brethren eordl
Invited to Attend.
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I O. R. M. meets every 1'rtday night lu
Kol hall. VIsltlnif chiefs alwas weiemie
H C. ItrrTEUBUSOII Sajuem.
1L C. UAUNRY. Chief of Uoeon u.
Naomi Reoekah Lodge. No. z L o. o. v.
meetshrHiand third Tuesday at 7:30 la the
Od 1 Fellows 4 nalt In the Weinberger bono
Ingl Visitors welcome
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KATE M WETUY Sec.
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Thursday evening of each week at 7:30
"Icto? block corner First and IlarrlHOn
.svin Workmen always welcome.
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