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KEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Tbo following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the office of register of deals yes
terday: K J. Oliver to M. Saltan, lots 1, 3, 5, Mar
ket st, Hoover's add. ; :,000.
W.'JIathewson to M. A. Craig, lot 44, Ohio
ave., Mathevsons 2nd add. ; 400.
J. O. Davidson to P. R. Fay, lots 02, 04,
CO. OS. Water st., Fegtly's add : $1,000.
M. J. Oliver to A. Howard, lots 25. 20. 27.
2S. 21), :), Chautauqua ave., Chautauqua
G. A. Hatfield to A. H. Maxwell, lots 214,
210. Topeka ave., Stafford & "Wright's add. ;
G. H. Blackwelder to M. E. Kirk, lot in re
serve C, Fairvjow ave., Sherwood's add.;
J. A. Kelsch to A. Puloii, lots 0, 8, Mead
ave., Hodson & SUiuce's add.; $7K).
M. It. Moser to J. Stover, reserve H, Maple
Grove add; 1,2IK).
K Fletcher to "V. Tubs, lots 107, 109 Wich
ita street, -Jiederlander'sadd; 1445.
M. J. Oliver to J. T. Harsch, lots 19, SO, 21,
22, 2:;, 24, Chautauqua ave, Chautauqua add;
J. O. Davidson to O. Richards, even lots
70 to 80 Water st, Fegtly's add; $1.
C. Newman to W. C. Butler, lot 90, Mosley
ave. Glaze & Jocelyn's add; 150.
W. U. Beetle to M. C. Lamport, lots 90, 92
jjiosiey ave, uiaze ai Joceiyn s add; ?(.
H. L. Strohni to D. C. McKinnon, lots 37,
39 Lee ave, Tracy & liven,' add; $100.
H. Wollman'to J. L. Bayard, odd lots 29 to
39 Laura ave, Wolhnau's arid; $1,500.
A. Knight to E. B. Jewett, lots 11, 13, 15,
Mosley ave, blk A, English's add; $4,500.
E. B. Jewett to J. M. Humphrey, anundiv
hf interest in lots 11, 13, 15, Mosley av, En
glish's add; $2,500.
C. J. Keefe to O. O. Brown, lot 92, Market
S. L. Davidson & Co., can make vou a
loan on city property ciuicker and i-hcapcr
than anyone else. Call and see them, rear
room of Citizens hank building. d55-lm
Beginning today, May 1st, the St, L. Ft. S.
& W.. railway, in connection with the Mis
souri Pacific, will ran chair cars free between
Wichita and St Louis every day in the year.
This is in addition to our regular Pullman
parlor and sleeping cars, which will continue
to run daily Ixjtween Wichita and St. Louis.
We are the only line that can offer such serv
ice to the public. W. D. Mimnnnif.
Agent, 109 Main st, depot Second and Wich
ita streets. dl39-tf
For your traveling equipments call at the
achita Trunk Factory, No. 125 Wet Doug
las avenue, and you can procure anything
you need at very reasonable price. d57-tf
Parties contemplating attending the va
rious excursions will do well to call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 West Doug
las avenue, and provide themselves with a
nice trunk, valise, sachel or hand basket
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Markets.
New York, July 23.
Money On call easy at MQS per cent.
Prime Mercbantile Paper 15 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Steady and unchanged; $4.S5&
for CO l;t.VK hills and 4.6?f for demand.
Government Bonds Dull and shade weaker.
454 Ier-.ents 111
G-per-eents of '16 I'JCJo
State Bonds Quiet and firm.
Missouri Gs lOOJf
Railroad Bonds DulL
Stocks were weak at tne opening, and further frac
tional declines were made In the early dealings,
though a partial rally was established before noon,
after which time the market continued dull and litt
les without apparent movement In prices until the
clwc, which was dull and steady.
The total sale of stocks today were lfiOJW shares.
Chicago & Alton 142
Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy VMH
Lake Shore . 86W
Missouri Pacific 10T
New York Central 10GJ
AT4SF IM Ts...
Do land grants Ts.
Found In Cans or Tea ami ConVe.
The San Franci.sco Tea Co., of California,
have opened a branch stoic at 111 Douglas
avenue, in W. A. Polk's new building. This
company packs genuine diamonds, solid gold,
silver and nickle watches and other jewelry
in cans of ten and coffee for thirty dny.s only,
so as to introduce their choice brands of
goods. The tea can and contents weighs
about one and a half pounds-, coffee can and
contents weighs about three pounds. This
company will publish from day to day a par
tial list of the names of perons who found
valuable souvenirs in their packages Send
your orders in by mail accompanied by ca-h
or otollice order, and they will Ihj prompt
ly filled and forwarded to anv address.
Price $1 each; six for $5; thirteen for $10;
tweiity-:seven for $20: .sity-five for $50.
0ienliom 7 a. m. to 10 p.m. Address San
Francisco Tea Company, Wichita, Kansas.
157-1 1 '
Money to Loan at Sl;lit.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rate
in three hours any da' in t lie week. S. W.
Cooper, l;7 31niu street. d-SO-tf
Merchants lunch at Gandolfo'.s restaurant
from 12 m. to 2 p. in. All the delicacies of
the markets of New York and New Orleans
and the tiopics. served up in true epicurean
Hydraulic Press Drk'k.
We have the agency for the above named
press brick and can furnish them on .short no
tice to anv contractor or builder. The best
brick in tin market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, corner of
Fourth and Douglas avenues, or 117 Water
100x140 ft. corner, on Waco avenue, inside
property. Price $2,100.
4 lots on North Main st, corner of 19th, east
front. Price $1,400.
House of S roonis; bath rooms, cellar, fine
finish, all modern improvements, good barn,
fence, well, etc; lot 78x100. on Third st., near
Waco ave. Price $4,000. '
8 lots in Allen & Smith's addition; corner,
easy terms. Price $115 per lot.
1-acre lot in Mathewson's addition on First
street, at a bargain; equal to 12 lots, for
only $2,500, on easy terms.
2 lots on South Main street; east front; on
streetcar line; fine lots; easy terms. Price
Good 5 room house and 00x140 ft, on North
Emporia avenue, between Elm and Pine:
easy terms. Price only $2,800.
72x140 on South Lawrence avenue, east
front Price $1,050.
4 lots on South Water street, east front.
Price $250 per lot.
00x300 feet on North Lawrence avenue, fine
location, near loth street. Price $2000.
7(5x140 feet on South Emporia avenue, cor
ner Kellogg street. Price $2,000.
C lots on 4th avenue near Lincoln school
house, corner. Price $300 per lot.
o0xl4o fc'et on North Emporia avenue, and
good 3 room house, between Elm and Pine.
Price only $1,009.
00x180 feet with good bam, all kinds of iSfcisinud '.""'.' ." '.'.".'.'.""'.mu
fruit and shade trees, north front. Fine loca- Union Paciflc".7."""I!"I"""IIII" ssh
tion tor residence, only four blocks from "a".as"
uougias avenue at a lug bargain.
75x140 feet on South Main street, only two
blocks from Douglas avenue with good 8
room house, good barn etc., on easy terms.
200x140 feet, corner on North Emporia
avenue only two blocks from Douglas avenue
with two good houses (5 and 7 rooms), good
large barn, fruit, fine stone sidewalk etc., at
a big bargain for one week
2 1-2 acres in southeastern part of town on
Lincoln street, plats 24 lots. Price $2,000.
1-2 acre in Zimmerly's addition east front
on Emporia avenue 114x150 feet. Price
8 lots on North Water street, corner of
Twelfth, on easy terms. Price $2,900.
50x140 feet, corner on North Topeka ave
nue, good (5-room house, good barn etc., on
ea.sy terms. Price $3,000.
Reserve C in Sherwood's add, on Fairview
ave, 108x229t, price $3,700.
50x140, on Fifth ave, near union dept, with
good six-room house, easy terms, price $1,600.
Five lots in Lincoln street add, on Lulu av
enue, east front, price $750.
four good three-room houses on Tenth st.,
near Water st with three-fourths of an acre,
Fourlots on Fairview ave, Hersey' sadd.,
175 feet deep, price $1,700.
Sixteen lots on Mead avenue, Bauson &
Kay's add, cor ner, price $100 per lot.
r.gnc lots m Allen v; binitu s add, corner
in 1st block, east fronts, price $100 per lot.
Simms & Geokge,
Real Estate Brokers, 110 Main Street,
Room 1. d54-0t
The choicest lots yet offered in College Hill
vicinity, if you wishto secure any of these
lots come at once. Remember the place.
Bartholomew's office. d50-0t
JULY 2 3
ER SALE !
For bargains in farms see Cox & Stanley,
at 230 Main htrect. dl23-tf.
The Mnnunoth livery stables have added to
their already large stock of livery an elegant
five jrlass landau. This carriage is especially
adapted fcr ladies calling, shopping and plea
sure riding.. It will not bo used as a street
hack. It is equipped with a hand mirror,
card case, and Iiell. It is in eveiy way the
finest carriage in the city.
Telephone orders No. 74. Stables No. 114
South Main .street.
d50-tf S. W. Ford, I'rop'r.
For cheap business lots in Annc&s call on
G. A. Hatfield. Wichita, Kan.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. July 23.
The day on 'Change was quiet and somewhat drag
King, with an easier tone to wheat. The market
opened lower at Tjjfi for August, broke off to 75H. ral
lied on re)Krts of a better exvrt movement to TCJf.
and closed at 76. The receipts here and at other
KInts continue quite liberal.
Corn was fairly active and considerably unsettled.
Early in the session the market ruled strong, then
eased oft -c, again recovered, but later on, reports of
rain In Kansas, the market weakened, declined (c,
recovered slightly, and closed sSWc under jester
Oats were inclined to be dull and hcaiy early, but
deeIojcd strength later on, and closed &&: over
The lluctuations In provisions were cry slight, and
the market closed at about j esterday's figures
Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat Sales ranged: July, (old)71Jet; closed
T."K; August, Vit4Q.i6ij. closed TC; September. 77?i
ftTol, closed 7734; No. 2 spring 75; No. 2 red winter
Corn-July. niiiSiWiC. closed' 4W; August
41W, closed 4UV; beptember, 41s(a4Jv, cloned
oats-July, 31; August. 2SJi2a. closed
oer. 2-.,f.j, closed i.
Hje Steady; Xo. 3,casn, 53.
Hurley No. 2, Sc.
Flax, beed Firm; No. 1. SI 0
Pork August. $9 33&D (), closed $9 57)9 90; Sep
tember, $y C5G.9 TV, closed $'J Giy&'aS) 7U; October,
$'J 77H&9 s'JiJ, closed S3 TOQUTuJa-
Luru August, G :i.a (. closed $C 52J4Qfi 55;
September, SO H5.ti Cry., closed SO 3t) C2); Octo
ber, $fi 45Q6 47).
Whiskey-Steady, $1 12.
Butter Stead ; creumery. 13C1SM; dairy, 113.13.
lteeelpts-Flour, 22,0t): wheat, S9.CM); com, lSs,UM;
o:ts. S4,UI0; rye. K.UUJ; barley, a,lwJ.
bhlpments Flour, a.UiU: wheat, !O,0U0; corn, 359,
; outs, 51,UJ; re, 5,WIU; barley, 1.0UO.
TO BE CLOSED.
FOR 30 DAYS
We will offer our Entire Stock at a Sacrifice.
Everybody that desires to invest in the
booming city of the west call at the oflice of
Cox fc Stanley, 2X Main street and get
prices on property of every description and
in any locality desired, improved or unim
proved, business or resident. Sjiecial bar
gain m corner on Lawrence avenue. clKJ-tf
For pure apple cider and choice apples and
fruits of all kinds, .see John Schott. dllS-tf
The Thomas-Houston light will be furnish
ed to anyone desiring it for (! per month.
Send orders by mail or call on general mali
nger. P. Bauf.ii. 150-tf
Capital Hill Addition.
If you want a line home on the most beau
tilul spot on the hill, just east of the city call
at Bartholomew' otlice. ."iOMit
lr. C. C. Parley.
Contintucs in the regular practice of medicine
Ollice in Furley building, opposite the Man
hattan. Residence. 1011 Noith Lawrence avenue.
Telephone No. 11(. iLVi-'Jin
A Itare lt.tixaln.
lfiO acres three and one-half miles from
Main and Douglas at SSiWO, for few days
onlv. Bv Tavlor, Beach A: Co., 110 Main st.
Every lady and gent in Wichita to know
that J. T. Holmes has the finest Berlin coach
and team in the city, esieeially adapted for
ladies calling. It is supplied with bell, sink
ing tulki. card case, hand mirror, etc., in
fact eveiything that goes to make up a lirst
class carriage. Telephone: Ollice No. 115
South Main street; residence 50.'$ South Water
street. d-107-tf J. T. Holmes.
For sale at a sacrifice cheajMjst vacant
projierty in Fredonia, Kan. Ninety feet
front, 170 feet deep, within 2(X) feet ot court
house square. Big bargain if taken quick.
Address Small Bros., Fredonia, Kan. d554t
Richardson. Simon & Co., have received
today a car-load of oranges, a car-load of
bananas aim a car-load of apples. They
have moved from their former place at 221
Fast Douglas avenue to immediately opposite
the wholesale grocery on North Main
Having refurnished and painted my store
room No. 2.!( North Main street. I shall open
Saturday. July 17th, w ith a new stock of con
fections, fruits, etc., and will serve my pat
rons with :is good and pure ice cream as can
le made. I shall siwire no pains to make mv
patrons comfortable, and make cleanliness a
guarantee. Hoping to receive a share of the
public patronage. 1 remain
131-tt 1A. Sauford.
From three to ten pounds each at 51.S0 per
100 jkmiuLs (discounts on large orders) Wich
tia Foundry, south of Ft, S. & AV. It. K.
depot, R. McFarlaud, Proprietor.
J L. Sheldon, from TojK-ka, will tune for
al who order per postal card or leave orders
a Thos. Shaw s music store, Main st, tf
f' BeTcnown to all who are in want of busi
ness" houses or lots on Douglas avenue or
Mniustreet, Cox & Stanley have some liar
gains that must go soon. No 2)0 Main street,
The Wichita Eagle printing house keeps
in stock a complete line of justice and legal
blanks and township blanks of all kinds.
For Sale Cheap.
New boarding house furnished tliroughout:
net monthly income $250; in the booming
town of Garden Citv. Kansas. Address S. H.
Herbeson, Garden City, Kansas. dl27-tf
Two cars of Early Rose. Beauty of Hebron,
Early Ohio, Peerless and Pcachblow potatoes
at J. M. Allen & Co.'s.
hack or livery.
Special Carpet Sale.
The Kansas Furniture Company have re
ceived 100 rolls of carpet, which on account
ot tlieir moving to their new store, they will
sell lower than any ever oHered before in
this citv. d:5-tf
Call on G.
A. Hatlield for
cheap lots i
To the Tratcllitir Public and Patrons of the
Commencing Tuesday, 15th hist, the Frisco
line will establish a daily Pullman sleeping car
lino between Springfield, Mo., and Ilalstend,
Ktis., on trnius leaving Wichita at 9:0 p. m.,
and arriving at (i:"i(l a. m. This service, in
addition to the Pullman lines that are now
established on trains arriving at Wichita at
5:50 p. in. and departing at 0:'J5 a. m.
D. A ishaiit, F. D. Rrssr.LL,
Gen. Pass. Agt., Uen. Western Agt.
St. Louis, Mo. . Wichita, Kas.
Choice residence lots in Hinton's addition.
Large fruit and shade trees. Only three
blocks from Douglas avenue. One and a half
blocks from the Third ward school house.
For sale cheap, one-third cash, balance on
time sit S er cent interest. Apply soon as
they will not le long on the market. 1'. V
Notice to Swimmers.
Owing to continued complaints from boat
ing parties and driving parties, it becomes
necessary for the undersigned to notify the
public that any ierson or persons tound
bathing or swimming in the waters of the
Little Arkansas at any point above Lake
side or contiguous to Riverside, or opjosite
my premises, will bo proeecuted. Boating
parties and driving parties have become so
numerous that this is necessary.
54-0t Wm. Gkeiffenstein.
The board of education will receive sealed
bids for the purchase of three lots on Court
street until August "J, ISM!, reserving the
right to reject anv and all bids.
d53-;t " C. A, Walker, Clerk.
"VT est ward Ho!"
The California excursion will leave Wichita
at 5 p in., Monday July ihith, in a sjKcial
Pullman sleeper chartered by the undersign
ed, to whom application should at once le
made for bei ths. A stop over at Los Angeles
one day and two nights is contemplated.
Cost of sleejier through to San Francisco will
le as follows: Whole section $25.00; lower
berth $15.00; uper berth $12.00. Meals at
eating stations 50 cents.
H. D. Heisekmax,
il53-ot J. A, Ask.
Grand Excursion to Miuueajralis and return
via. "the St. Louis, Ft Scott & Wichita rail
road, ''The jKwples line."' This excursion
train leaves AA ichita Wetlnestlay July 2S, 1SS0,
at 7:H0 p. m., and upon that date only. First
class tickets are on sale now for this occasion
at $17 for the round trij) at 109 Main street
and depot ticket otlices. Special Pullman
sleeping ears have been chartered for this
occasion to run through from Wichita to
Minneapolis without change, at a very much
reduced rate. Purchase your tickets early
and secure your bertlis in "time. This is the
last excursion of the year.
50-4Jt W."D. Mcrdock. Agent
Capital Hill Addition.
The choicest two and a half acre lots yet
offered. Highest laud, finest view, best "lo
cation for fine suburban homes. Fronts on
Central avenue and Second streetnow opened
beyond this beautiful sumnut Just platted
and put on the market ot reasonable prices.
For information call on or addoess G. W.
Bargains in Real Estate.
A flne agricultural and slock farm, three and one-
...... I,,,,,-?) iiuHi tiij, ai"iui jte ains wrvKtr, fine uar-
ter section fenced for future, plentv of water and a
AUo ao lots In city finely located and In Rood
make homes. " "
Also suburban property. For further particulars
city office. diT6-tf
Kansas City Grain and Produce.
Kansas City, July 23.
Flour Dull: quotations In car lots: xx, 73: xxx, 83(2
!R; family. SI UX-U 15; choice, SI 5U&1 ft); fancy, SI 73
fel ft); patent, 8! 1X 25.
Wheat Receipts. la.ifHj; shipments, !,); In store,
2J2,(X); lower; Xo. 3 red, cash, 5J asked; Aug, 60 asked;
&epteniler, 61; Xo. 'i red. cash. W bid, M)"-tj asked.
Corn lU.felits. 4.(h; shipments, l.TU); In store. S7U0O;
lower: Xo. 2, cash 'AiHdiAVfc August, il; September,
33;Cfi-c Xo. 2 white cash, 31 bid.
Oats Xo. 2. cash, 2H bid, 27JI asked: August, 20
bid; 2tJij nlted; September, 20 bid, 27 aked.
Mill siull Quiet.
Haj Fancy small baled, $3 50, large, $7 00.
liutter Steady; creumery fancy, 17; good, 1-1; dairy.
12: store packed, 10; common, 4.
Eggs Steady. TJ'c.
Corn Meal Green, 73; dried, SO.
Corn Clio Iiulk, i; sacked, U3.
S.ickel Sliipstuir iWM.
Dran Uulk, 10; sacked. 43.
Cheose Full cream. Ujj; tlat, 7C(.S; Young America,
10: Kansas, 507.
l'oultiy Steady; old hens S2 703); mixed, S2 50;
sj)rln;r chickens, large, 2 50, small. $1 23&.1 75.
Dried apples. Idilic; peaches. ivty.u.
Wool Missouri, unwashed heaj Hue, 1C31S; light,
18(322; tiicKliuiii combing, 212:!; coarse, 'M: low and
carpet, 15CU7: Kansas and Xtbraska heavy tine, 13&1S;
light, ria21; mediiini, 20Ct2.J;tub washed choice, SICj-w;
line, .yfiSi; llngv ami low, lfjy.
Broom corn Ilia 1,10 self working, Gfl7; common,
5; ei i Miked, :Jvft4.
Hides Drv Hint, Xo. 1, 12; Xo. 2; 11; bulls and stags,
8; dry salt, Xo, 1, 10, No. 2, S; green salt, Xo. 1, SW, No.
3, 7K; green uncurtd, Xo. 1. 7, Xo. 2, 0; calf. 7G3; sheep
licit drv, ltiftli
Tallow No. 1. 3X&: Xo. 2. 21f.
Iro Islons hugar cured luims, 1.1; breakfast bacon,
Ses-Ji; dried iK-ef, 111; ilrj" salt clear rib sides, $ 13;
long clear, .fi ifi; shoulders, $ii; short clear, SO 40;
smoked clear i ib sides, $! S3; mess pork, S1U Ui, beer,
Flax seed $1 U).
ATTEND OUR SALE
St. Louis Grain pud l'roduce.
St. Ixjuis. July 23.
Flour Dull and easy; XXX, $2 232 33, family,
$2 41K2 50, choice. .J K. 10; fnncy, S-l 41X5 53;
extni fancy. $ 73t.3 !0; patent, $1 Ii3&4 30.
Wheat Weak and lower. The market ruled steady
at the opining, but early in the session sold off ljc,
later ndied Jic declined again, and closed ?s&c un
Sales ranged: Xo. 2 red cash, 73; August, 73S Sep
ttemlier, 77s(3.7S, closed 77J-J; October, 7!&S0, closed
Corn Weak and 4'c lower; Xo. 2 mixed, cash.
33; August, 375s'!i:r7J$, closing S7; Septemlier, i
G40. closed 3s"h: Octolier, :J&.i,)(;, closeil J.i asked.
Outs Firm but cry dull. Xo. 2 mixed cash, 29
2sj; August, 2s; Si'ptember, 2Jf.
H e Kas at 52.
liarlej No market.
head Quiet and linn; refined, St G7M; chemlcilly
hard, SI '.
Hutter Firmer and higher; creamery, 17(320; dairy,
Eggs Weak, .rifi.
Whiskej Steadi;$l 0i'.
lird ib -ik-iC, 25.
ltecelpts Hour. 3,01i); wheat, 3.11,0: corn, 1C,(J;
oats, 41,om; re. l,um); barley, none.
Shipments Hour, S.lM); wheat, 120,lnO; corn, 7,00;
oats, 5,0i0; rje, none; barley, none.
Kansas City I.le Stock.
Kansas Cm', July 23.
Cattle Receipts, 2791; shipments. PP1; market
nut he: gootl to choice, S 10ct4 H; coinmou to med
ium, $1 U;4 ;); stockers, S2 4ili SO; feeders. $2 &
3 40; cows, gl 50vU 00; grass Texas steers, S2 KVH-3 15.
Hogs Receipts, 10,414; shipments 4023; g(Hl to
choice, stead ; others, weak; good to choice, $4 U3
fc4 75; common to medium, SI 40O.S W.
Sheep Receipts. 543; shipments, none: market oulet:
good toi'hoice, S2 40(.'l IW; common to metlium, $1 50
NEW TOEK STOEE,
M. KOHN & CO.,
100 Dozen. 100 Dozen.
AND WILL CONTINUE TWO WEEKS.
This Is the long-looked-for and longr-wished-for semi
annual sale of the
- WHITE -:- HOUSE -
Which makes Everybody rich that trades
UNDER THE HORSESHOE !
This gigantic sale is different from any other we make. It mean & sweeping re
dnction upon everything in our immense establishment. Every article, every yard, every
piece (except Warner's corfete), will be sold at lower prices than similar goods and quali
ties were ever sold for before. We invite you to this gigantic sale.
78,000 DOLLAR STOCK TO SELECT FROM
Consisting of the very latest Novolties now in ths market.
Dress Goods in Black, Colors Ladies', Children's and Gentle- Etc, Etc
and Novelties, men's Underwear,
Everything in the house from a Tin to a Parasol, from a Button to a Blanket
everything in the house, the largest in the State. The success of our lormer sales guaran
tee that you will buy goods cheap at this one.
Black Silks, Lawns,
Summer Silks, Trimmings,
Colored Silks, Embroideries,
Black and Colored Velvets, Laces,
India Linen, Ladies' Muslin
Remember: We close at 6 p. m; we open
at 7 a. m. Come early and avoid the rush.
INNES & ROSS.
TTZtsnDIEIR, - THEE - HOBSESHOE
St. Louis I,tc Stock.
St. Loci, JulySJ.
Cattle Receipt. rQ; shipments 4'J0; market active
and llrm: u-ool to choice .hiiueiN. 4 tutoJi if): com
mon to fair, $3 7301 00; butcher.' steers $-1 2UCJ5 ."0
iiWh and iielterv, SJ iJ JO; throilgn texan-, SK -S
Hogs Receipts 3W;MiIpinent, lOiO: market strong
for Kixxl quality, common KrtKles dull and weak;
butchers and choice hcuy, 51 SLVi 4 L5; mixed, $4 30
tit TO; liKlit, SI 34 to.
Sheep Receipts ll'); shipments, ftiO; market firm.
Si t4 W.
Chlcnuo 1ivc Stock.
Chicago. Julv 2.?.
. Cattle Receipts, 5,700; shipment "2Mr, inarket
strous ami a shade K'tter; shippiiiK steer, 9'Xi:)
pound. $.1 75(55 :Ji; tockers and feeders, $2 awjj T5;
eons bulN and mixed, 1 :X3 73; bulk, $2 503;
3 (0. throuc;li Texas eattl. stroneer; cows, $2 23
Q-2 50; steers, $2 fV?2 So; bulls. 81 252 2.".
HiVs Receipts. 15.'AJ; sliiliinonls, 0; market
strons c1oIiib weak: rouph and mixed. $4 3)
4 SO; iviekinc and shipping. $1 75 50. light, $1 U0
Cj4 43; skij)s. $20r?413.
bheei Receipts, 5irt); shipments, CfJj market
steady: nathes, $2UVa4 3); western, S-l Ckr?3 GO;
Texas, $2 KK.? 25; Iambs, $4 W&5 50.
New York Lle Stock.
New Yosk; Jul v 23.
Beevs Receipts 7i car loads for market. XI car
loads for export; market tinner in early trading, but
unchanged at c1om; extremes for native steers ft 40v
4 00 xt hundred; Texas steers $1 33I 15; bulU, $2 SO
SUV- Xo really line cattle shown.
Sheep Receipts s'.i iiy, market dull and easier, ifc
lower on Limb; extrenitT., SJ 5XJ5 20 for sheop, $5 t)
(t.6 5iJ for ljmbs
Hogs Receipts 2O0i); market steadier at $5 105 40.
New York Grain.
Xew York. Jul v 03.
Wheat Lower; ungraded reil. S7; Xo. red.
S5H&s5?s; elevator M. S7M. delhered. Xo. 2 red
Aucu-t, S5lAS5H. closwlsaj,; Septeml-er. Sft-isfisc
Corn Iu er; ungraded. 45.. .No. 2. ts4Sii eteva
ton Xo. 2 July. 47?s'7h. closing 47J& AngUst,'47iv5.
Oats Firm; mixed Westtrn. S3G4; white western,
Rutter Firmer, fair demand; western, liVlsij.
Cheese Dull and easier, western. 7KSTH for
Eggs Dnll and easier western fresh, 14(354,4".
Tomes, wild ..
Fat Cows and Heifers
l to 14 hands 4 to 7 rears old...
14 to 15 hands 4 to 7 .j ears old
15 to 16 hands 4 to 7 years old. ....
Shinning Hoes -
Xew milling wheat s
Xew shipping wheat, lower grade
White corn ,
Red Texas do .-.
2 .'3 ai
Reduced to qo cents.
$i.oo and $1.50.
MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.
Herman & Hess, Proprietors,
326 Douglas Avenue,
SANTA FB BAKERY.
Is the Place to Get Everything Kept in a First-Class Bakery.
ECKARDT & SCOTT, Props., 144 Main st
H. L. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR, BEACH & CO.
Real Estate Apts and Insurance Hers.
The Best Companies are represented "by us. If you want an In
surance Policy written, or have Real estate for sale, or wish to Pur
chase, call on us.
MONEY LOANED ON FARMS OR CITY PROPERTY-
OFFICE OVER LEWIS' SHOE STORE.
HO MAIIT STIEWEIET- "VxTTCIHlIT-- 3CA.3ST:
DET GOODS at COST
Having decided to retire from business, I offer at coat whole
sale orretail my entire stock of
New Dry G oods, No tions, etc
Or will trade same for City Property or good farming Ian da
will offer special inducements to any person wishing to engage in
business, with lease on the best store in the city.
JOJ3L15T Or. A T .XjJBIET.
L. X. WOODCOCK,
E. A. DORSET.
WOODCOCK, DORSE Y & CO.,
iiKxl K'll.lx (v I ll;iiY'
ilDOlMulu & MJM)
Office, Dorsey Building, Opposite Court House,
30 STYLES OF MENS
In Kangaroo, Mat, Kid, Goat, French Calf,
American Calf, and ranging in price
FEOM $1.00 TO $6.00
At the Great Sacrifice .Sale of Boots,
Shoes and Slippers.
C. E. LEWIS & CO.,
No. no North Main Street,
The One-Price, Cash on Delivery, Boot and Shoe House