Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 114, Ed. 1, Friday, April 13, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
7 nsw. j w""
8E LEADER GUTHRUS OKLAHOMA
THE WORLD'S MARKETS.
CIUOAQO APItili lZ-.-WI139A.Tl ho
ntarkot early showod aomo loss undor the
InfluoncoB of lower cables tho larger Ar-
gontlno shlpmonts and tho report ot ft
tfavor&blo cjop outlook. Tho rain Is Bald
to havo helped tho winter -whoat and the
cola to havo been harmless generally.
May opened" Ho under -westorday at C6e.
eold to 67c reacted to (?4o and rallied
to 66c Offerings woro right and tho de
mand In tho pit fair. Local receipts wore
S3 earn nono of contract grolo. Minnea-
polis and Duluth reported! to 2S2 cars
against 467 last week and 216 a year ago.
Tho uesslon later was dull and the de
mand poor. May gradually worked down
to GCViQC6?6o and closed weak o un
der yesterday at 6614c. Soiling today was
mostly In nmall lots- but the heavy sell
ing of yesterday told today considerably.
CORN May opened UGHo down at 3DH
039&O on lower cables and In sympathy
with yhoat. Trade was fairly ncttvo oar
ly aomo Influential peoplo being on tho
buying srfdo. May touched 3V4c; Touovor-
cd to 39o and then eased oft to 3014c.
Receipts wero 420 cars.
Tho corn market closed wook a shade
undor yesterday at May "5$lo under at
3SWo. Tho dullness In tho garln mar-
kets was partly duo to tho holiday to-
morrow. PROVISION Tho market wis nctlvo
and lrogular. There was a good cash de-
mand for lard and ribs at tho deolino
snowed at tho beginning of tho session
but long pork waa thrown on tho market
In heavy quantities ad mot buyenra nt
first only after libera 1 concessions had
been made. On tho broak shorts covered
and other demands Improved causing
that product to rally. May pork opened
Co lower at J12.62&; sold off to $12.37a.
.and then rocovorod to $12.60; May lard op-
ened 2Vit6c down at W.8Z; and advanc-
ed to f5.92: May rlbos opened G-. de-
pressed at W.95; advancing later to 17.00.
OATS As dla whoat and corn so did
4ho obedient oat market. May opened
Vic down at 2-i?024tfc; sold to 21&U
25o and then cased to 2ic. Roclpta
were 133 cars.
J '. ' CIoejq. Close.
Open. High. Iw.Today. Y.Day.
May.... C6?i G7 6( 66V4 67'i
July.... C8 68y G7& 67ft C3V4
May.... 2W 39 3S& S&K
July.... 40 40 80 30 0yi
May.... 24& UW& K M94 M4
July.... 24H S4HV5 24 24K 2
May.... 12 60 12 72 12 37 12 67 12 C7
July.... 12 75 12 83 12 60 12 80 12 80
May.... 6X3 700 683 700 686
July.... D00 712 6 00 7 00 6 93
May.... GOT 7 00 695 7 00 7 00
July...'.' 6 9i7 02 6 ft 7J2 Uf7
Wliont: May C7Vi 63
Corn: May 39ft 3Si
"Whoat: May 66
KANSAS CITY CASH GRAIN.
KANSAS C1TX. APRIL 12-WHEAT
Close: May 62 c; July G2o; cash: No.
hard 62o; INo. 3 69l&o; No. 2 rol tfcc;
No. 3 CWtftSc.
OORN-May" 85ic; July C3c; cash:
No. 2 mixed 37o; No. 2 whits 384JC0Vic;
No. 3 3Sc
OATS-No. 2.. white 2S&C
RYE-No. 2 63c
ST. LOUIS CASH GRAIN.
ST. LOUIS APRIL 12.-WHBAT-Lower.
No. 2 red cash olovator 71o;
track 73H(S73?ic; April 71&C; May !Qr;
July 67Hc; No. 2f hard 6l0C6c
CORN Lower. No. 2 cash 28Vo; traol:.
39W039?4o; April 88c; May 37q; July
OATS Lower. No. 2 oash 25c; 'rack
2Cc; May; 24'Q'25o; July 23c; .No.
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN.
CHTCIAGO. 'APRIL 12.-WHEAT-Cash:
No. 2 red 69700; No. 3 red C7flO&o; No
2 hard winter C6?io; NQ.-3 Hard winter CI
(flCCKo; No. 1 northern spring 07)ita:
No. 3 northern spring O0flTo; No. 3
CORN-No. ? -3GV4o; No.' 3 86c.
OATS-No. 2 UVt&Ma; No. 3 3lfco.
ST. LOUIS LVESTOCIC
ST. LOUIS APRL 12.-4CATTLE-R&-oslptfl
1800; market steady; native ship-
ping and beef steers J3.8043tS.90; stookers
and feeders Ji.4StfFJi.E5; cows and halfsrs
$2.O0OJ4.7O; 3'oxas and Indian steers
J3.80JiJ4.SO; cots and heifers J2.G0l3.ij.
HOGS Receipts C.40O; market 6o lower.
Pigs and lights JS.40ftJ6.25; lambs ?6.W
J7.26; butohers J5.60QJ5J.06.
SHEEP Recolpts 600; marlcot strong.
Native mutton JS00CJ6.25; lamlw J6.5W
$7.36; spring lambs JS.269J9.00; culls ana
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
IOANSAS CITY APRIL 12 OAJTTLE-
(Recetpts 7000; market stoady to 10c low
or. Native stoers J4.00646.&0; Texas Bteers
J1.OOCJ3.00; Texas cows J3.00SJi.35; ijtlva
tows and heifers J2.C5flJ4.70; HtoQkers ana
reedora J3.pOSJ5.25; bulls J3.164i.36.
HOGS Receipts 12000; market 5lfo
lower. Bulk ot sales J5.C0431S.40; hoavy
J530'J'46; packers JSfOf J5.43V6; mlxd
16.204316.37; lights J5.10SJ5.32H: yorkors
JS.2iSJ.321i; pigs J4.coej6.20.
eilEDP-Recoipts 2000; market strong.
Lamlw ?J6.0317.C0; muttons t00aj8.1&.
cniciAop APjgtiL j2.cvxT!?Ra-
celpts 11600; generally about steady tta.
tive bst on. sale today .8o; giol to
prime steers about steady ?5.X4i'l.S6;
poor to medium slow $4.104.85; neotetl
feeders best steady others slow $1.25$
JJ.8G; mixed stockers easy J3.23fl$f.M;
cows best Arm others about steady 53.003
J4.60; heifers steady 13.1014.75; Connors'
slow J2.00SJ2.SO; bulls steady 2.803fl.a$;
oolves COc higher J4.EOSJ7.25; Tcxans re-
ceipts SCO; best on sate today $1.06; Tex-
as fod steers steady 4.001ft6.2&; Texas
bulls steady IS.2S0I3.75.
HOQS Receipts today 27000; tomorrow
23.000 estimated; left over 4.o00; heavy Re
lower light mostly lflo lower. Mixed and
butchors 5.80G$5.00; good to choice heavy
5.4535.6G; rough heavy J5.3OQ1M0: light
5.2VgW-G0; bulk of sales JS.40S46.6S.
SirEDP Receipts ; Bhoep and Umbs
generally steady; good to choice wethers
J6.0OOW.40; fair to chaolco mlxcU JJ.WO
J6.00; westorn sheep J6.00fl46.35; yotrllngs
J6.C0: native lambs J6.CoSJ7.60; western
LIVERPOOL. APRIL 12.
Spot quiet; prices higher
middlings 5 15-10d.
3CIBW YORK APRIL J2.-OOTTQV-
Futuros oponcd Btoady at tho advance.
April J9.47 May J9.47; June J9.SW; July
J9.30: August J9.29: flopJorriber $8.40; Oc-
tobor J8.16; Novombar $7.98: Docorrt or
J7.99; January J8.00; February J3.0B;
GALVESTON APRIL 12-OTTON-Qulet
(NEW YORK APRIL 12.-COTTON-Spot
closed quiet. Middling uplands
9 13-16o; middling gulf 10 1-lSo; sales
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
NEW ORLEANS APRIL 12.-COTTO
-Steady; sales 2300 bales middling 9 7-lCc
NEW YORK DRY GOODS.
NEW YORK APRIL 12-Markct Is
without material change A void wot
day has reduced spot business to very
limited (dimensions In all descriptions ot
merchandise"" Mall orders havo been
light; as a matter of fact values havo
not .been tested to any extent and quo
tatlons remain unchanged In cottons.
wooles and silks. Moro uninteresting or
featureless' market Uhan rulos just now Is
ST. LOUIS GENERAL.
ST. LOUIS APRIL 12.-ELOUR -Utl
Dry salt moats boxed steady extra
shorts $7.00; clear ribs J7.12& clear sldos
Bacon boxed Btoady extra shorts 't 50;
cloar rJbs J7.62; clear sides J7.75.
Receipts flour C.000; wheat 8.0000; corn
194.000; oats 42000.
Shipments flour 5000; wheat 17.0W corn
102.000; bats 18000.
Osgood Mo. Oct. 88 1800
Pepsin Syrup Co. Monticello 111.
Gentleman. I hae uBod Sprupop-
sin for some tluio and And it gives
roost oxcellent results and it js one of
tho greatest selling preparations I
have over carried In stook. I do not
hesitato to recommend it.
Db. T. Jones.
Soldby F. B. Ltllle & Co.
Don't Trust Yonr Photos to Agents Den
Direct With the Artists
We will mako f) any ono Bonding ua
a photo a life-slzo ollletto crayon or
pastel portrait free of chargo to intro-
duco our auperior work. Exact like-
ness highly artistic finish and prompt
return of small photo guaranteed.
Send us your photo at once.
203 Muln nt. Dallas Texa
X Practicing Physician
in Monticello 111. formulated Dr.
CaldwolVa Syrup Pepsin. Ask F. B.
Lillle & Co.
Tho ladies of tho Episcopal Guild
will havo their apron aalo Wednesday
afternoon April 18. at the re.8ldenco of
Mrs. H. 8. Ounnlngham.on North First
street. Refreshments will consist of
ice crsam cakcpaudwichcB and coffee.
Aprons for all thick and thin. tall and
short. Everybody Invited to attend
Tho new book store just opened in
tho Dewey block is a surprise to a
good many of our peoplo. There you
will find thousands of bookB of all
kinds and tho moBt 'boantiful lino of
ladles' fine stationary ever shown
in the city.
Tho season of ico and snow
in the North is its period
of leafage and bloom.
I to delicious climate heals
tho sick refuges tho tbo
delicate restores the over"
worked and ontrances tlio
The California Limited
Santa Fo Route affords tbo
.quickest and most luxurious
A. J. CORKIN3. Agent
5 . Guthrie O. T
IToryrirtnlty I'arlfth nt tlio Corner of Wronrt
Tho following Lenten Borviocs for
Trinity Parish nro announced by tho
Kcctor Rov. Nicholas;
Services at tho church : Monday at
7;30 p. m. Tuesdays at 4.30 and 7:30
S. m. Wednesdays 7;30 p. m Thurs
ays 3 and 4:30 p. m. Fridays 4;30
and 7;30 p. m Saturdays 4;30 p. tn
Passion wook Daily Borvlcca at 4;30
Good Friday 10 a. ra. and 4;30 and
7:30 p. m.
Banter Sunday Services at 7 and 11
a. m. and 4 and 7;30 p. m.
Tho ladles of tho Episcopal Guild
will havo thoiraDron sale Wednesday
afternoon April 18. at the residence of
Mrs. n. Ll.Ounolngham.on North First
atrcot. refreshments will consist of
lco creaui cako.sandwlohcs and coffee.
Aprons for all thick and thin tall and
short. Everybody invited to attend.
Many women throughout tho coun
try mako pin money out of their
chickens. Wo havo known women
who havo clothed tho entire family
with tho proceeds of tho poulry yard
and soma havo paid off mortgages and
others havo bought their homes by
intelligent management of their
flocks. Everybody interested in
chickens should got Bigglo'a Poultry
Book. It la ao full of helpful sugges-
tions and short cuts to buccchs and
has eo many years of costly ipxperl-
enco boiled down for its pages that it
is poor economy to bd without It. It
will help increase tho income from
tho poultry yard and has started
many an amotcur or misguided pro-
fessional on tho right truck. Tho
paico tB 50 cents freo by mail; address
the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co.
Tho Junior Lcnguo of tho First M
E. church aro preparing for an Easter
Fair to bo hold April 14. Tho social
union will eorvo supper In conneotlon
with tho Fair.
This Paper -Ono
Pay Up and Got Both Papers at
tho Price of One.
Wo want to get 10000 now subacrlb-
ors to tho Leader and aro going to do
it if wo can; wo thercforo continue our
arrangement with tho Farm Journal
by which wo can send the Weekly
Leader and the Farm Journal for five
years both for 60 cents. And wo will
mako the samo offer to all old sub-
scribers who will pay all arrearages
and ono year in advance.
You know what our paper is and
tho Farm Journal is a gem practical
progressive a clean honest useful
paper full of gumption full of sun-
shine with an immonBO circulation
among tho best peoplo oyery where
You ought to tako it.
We aro going to send you soon a
sample copy of the Farm Journal and
let It speak for itself. Look out out
BETTER AND MORE OP IT
SNAP OF A DECADE Oklahoma
(Weekly) Leader for one year and
Farm Journal for Ave years for
The price Is reduced from 81.00. Think
of ltl Oklahoma Leader for one year
and Farm Journal for four years for
only 00 CM.
From Now to
Nearly 5 Yoars.
By special arrangement made
with the publisher of the Farm
Jonrnal we are enabled to offer
that paper to every subscriber
who pays for the Oklahoma
Leader (weekly) one year
ahead for only 50c both pa-
pers for the price of ours ouly ;
our paper one year and the
Farm Journal from now to De-
cember 1908 nearly 5 years.
THE FARM JOURNAL
Is an old established paper en-
joying' great popularity one of
rhe best and most useful farm
This offer should be accepted
First Published m The Dally Leader Mar.
To Whom It May Concern-
Notice Is bcroby'Rlvcnthat M. S. Mack
dolnir business under the Arm name of R.
W. ulack has this dav tiled a petition to sell
at wholesale tnalt liquors In Guthrie Lo
ean county Oklahoma and that unless ob-
jection be tiled on or before the 13th day
of April A. D. 1W0 said petition win be
granted. It. 1. MORTON.
Guthrie Qkln. March 30.1C00. Oaonty Cl'k.
By B. P. Garrett Deputy.
First Published In the Dally Leader April
To Whom It May Concern . t
Notice t hereby rIvou that L. Oi'arleo
has this day filed his peUUtmtUjJan
at rctan spirituous vinous and tnW llquffrl
in Guthrie Logan county. Oklahoma and
that unless objection be mod on or before
the Jieth day of April A 3X IwO safd pe
tition mviu nc
Ulan win be granted
Guthrie. Okla.. AWlil s i&oo
N It. i MOKTQN Co
RKAL TATK ICKNTAM KTO.
Notary Public and
J)R. O. S. PETTlf
DISEASES OP EAR NOSE
All calls to country answered promptly.
Office and residence' cor. Oklahoma
First streets Gutnrlc Phone 115.
l .-! !! HI H II II I MS . wm
h. J. DIATT M. D. Res. 603 E. Noblo.
W. P. Bakkr M. D. Res. 410 E. Noblo.
HIATT & BAKER. '
Ofllco opp. Wheeler's Drug Store.
Dr.. Jas. Clark.
SPECIALTIES Surgloal Operations
uiscanuB oi women.
Will go anywhere in the terrltorr In con-
Bultatlon or to perform operations
HOW. Okla. Avo.
Gutbrlci O. T
Drs Hamill & tlainlli
Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Kuntrn Tl. TTamlll. r TV
Jno. lUnxomUftmlllM. I).
irormeriy I'rof. of Onhthal- Tel la.
uunicai Uou jo.a
Office and Residence 100 east Okla. ave.
Qlas3es accurately fltted. Outhrtc'0kla-
DALE & BIERER
ANDERSON DniLlINf' OKLAHOMA AVE
S. S. LAWRENCE. A.'.U. HUSTON
Lawrence & huston
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Practice in all tho Courts.
Office in Sjhnell Building Okla. Ave
J. H. BENNETT
Plans and Specification
furnished on application
for all occasions
Prof. J Statton
Directorial. Regt. Dand
Sta ton's Studio
Leader's favorite club
Lots of reading for little
for one year and
four years from January
Weekly Leader one year and the
Fafm Journal tfje remainder of
1900 and all of 1001 1002 1003
and 1904 for only 60o. Sub-
sorlptlone begin with the current
month; we cannot supply bank
numbers Orders sent In Febru-
ary will begin with February and
comer of Ok
place in the
Only Real Cafe
IN XUK C7.XV.
Finest train west of Chicago
Pullman Dining Car Iiufict'
Smoking Car with Barber .
Shop; Observation Car with.
Vestibuled and olcotrlot-
Four times a weekTues-
days Wednesdays Thurs-
days and Saturdays from
Chicago; Wednesdays Thurs
dtiys Fridays and Sundays
from Kifcsas City
Santa Fo Route
A T riftDPIMO A..
BETTER THAN EYEIt
The big clubbing offer of the
Weekly Leader is catching on
in great shape. The people
know a good thing when they
see it and they are not allowing
the big offer to escape unnotic-
ed. The Leader by special ar-
rangements with the Times
management enabled us to make
the big offer still bettet.
Instead of the Weekly Times
we give the twice-a-week Times
with club offer.
The whole thing for only '$1
This gives the new subscriber
or the subscriber who pays up
arrearages four metropolitan
papers and two farm papers 3to
say nothidg of the Atlas and
One Republican andn. three
This is open to all. Persons
already subscribers can get the
big offer by paying up back
Snl J .nH to V J JliACK C I. A.
At.htkon 'i'0!-W Ik &! I'e R'y. THka.
Kan Tor iot of Aifc Calendar January to
June iqoo. Contain! kUfwjantereprtHluttlon
in colors ( i a me); o( lUubanV noted
i'lirblo Indian ixiriraiu. ftrrlrt cotnuritcs
Wick alt te-wi.ii Ho-i4y. Hl-we-Va Si you-
or the Mewl ami audi triM.
. . '. r a ..! . . - '
over Mprio)f atmoni aik caisnuar
turn. "A ftai"lirn and unique souvrflrt
dlilon Hnilled ; order aarly.
.11. ibW VWJM.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Niblack, Leslie G. Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 114, Ed. 1, Friday, April 13, 1900, newspaper, April 13, 1900; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc74813/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.