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liouaced change. Total wiles, pur aloe
12. HOD, "OH.
Tinted Sutci bonds wr um hantt-
ed on vail.
'fatal H.il. -i t..r the d IV S ' 1 I "'1
ill V.
Boston Mining Stocks.
Won Loat Pet.
New York 55 111 ,SU
Chicago 3S 20 .600
Pittsburgh 40 37 . r H T
Citelnnati 3t 3'i .500
Philadelphia 2s :15 . 4 Ti :i
Brooklyn 27 41 ,3'.n
St. Louis 27 4 ,370
Boston 21 r.1 .202
American League.
Won Loat Pet.
Boston 51 2 4 .(ISO
Washington 44 3 1 .57
Philadelphia 41 r.1 .5Kfi
Chicug 41 SO .577
Cleveland 35 35 .&00
Detroit 30 3S .4 s ti
JSew York 1'J 43 .27C
Si. Louis 1!) 40 .27!)
Weatcrn Lea rue.
Won Loat Tot.
St. Joseph 41 23 . r, S 7
Sioux City 41 :i:i .554
Denver UN 27 507
Omaha 21 27 .500
Dos Moines 36 3(1 ..1(10
Wichita 3S 3 .494
Topeka 31 40 .437
Lincoln 2 ft 4 2 .4 OS
National League.
Philadelphia at Huston.
Itrooklyn at New York.
Chicago nl St. Isolds.
Cincinnati ut Pittsburgh.
American League.
Boston at Philadelphia.
IVtrolt nt Chicago.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
Western League.
Omaha at St. Joseph.
Den Moines at Sioux City.
Wichita at Topeka.
Denver at Lincoln.
Philadelphia 10; Boston 0.
Boston, July 5. Hixey, Phllndel
phia's elongated recruit pitcher from
the University of Virginia, held Boston
without a score today while his team
mates were piling up ten runs, Only
two lloston men reached second base.
Pitcher Huh Perdue settled his differ
ences with the local management to
day. Score: R. H. E.
Boston 0 7 1
Philadelphia 10 15 1
Batteries: Tyler, While and Bari
rien; Hixey anil Killifer. Two-base hits
C'ra va th 2, Luderus 2. liases on
balls Tyler 3; White 2: Hixey 2.
Struck out Tyler 3; Hixey 5.
Chicago I; St. Louis 0.
Louis. July 5. Lavender's
pitching, together with timely
by his teammates, gave Chica
go this afternoon's game with SI.
Louis. Tinker anil Kvers featured in
the Melding.
St. Louis
Batteries: Lavender and
H. H. E.
4 7 0
0 5 1
Harmon and Bliss. Two-base hit
Sheckard. Three-base hits Schtilte
Kvers. Base on balls Lavender 2;
Harmon .1. Struck out Lavender 2;
Harmon 1.
Xew York II: Brooklyn 1.
New York, July -1. Mathewson,
who was knocked out of the blx by
Brooklvn yesterday, came back strong
today defeating Brooklyn. New York
drove Burger off the slab In less than
one inning. Kent, who relieved hint,
pitched a strong game.
Score: R. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 1
New York fi 9
Batteries: Barger, Kent and Miller;
Mathewson and Myers. Two-base hit
Murray. Home run Becker. Base on
balls Mathewson I: Burger 1; Kent
Pittsburgh 7
Pittsburgh, July
Cincinnati I.
5. Pittsburgh had
little trouble
Pittsburgh .
Cincinnati .
winning from Cincinnati
H. II. K.
7 14 0
4 8 2
O'Toole and
Humphreys and McKean.
hit Mitchell. Three-base
Byrne. Base on balls
Humphreys 2. Struck out
Humphreys 2.
hits Kgan,
O'Toole 3:
O'Toole 2;
Chicago 7; Detroit 3.
Chicago, July ."Chicago hit Works
freely today and won from Detroit.
Harry Lord, third baseman for Chica
go, was overcome by heat and retired
In the third inning In favor of Zeider.
whose suspension Manager Callahan
lifted today.
Score: 1-
Chicago 12 5
Detroit 3 8 1
Batteries: Walsh and Kuhn; Works
ti nd Stanage. Two-base hits Weaver.
Moriarity, Stanage. Three-base hits
Weaver, Callahan 2, Crawford. Struck
out Walsh 5; Works 1.
Washington 6: Sew York .".
Washington, July 5. Washington
defeated New Y'ork in a 16-lnning con
test Johnson and Warhop hooked up
in a. pitchers' battle, utter Fisher and
Kngle had been pulled from the box.
and pitched desperately until the final
round. Then Warhop and the winning
run was hutted homo by Morgan af
ter two were out.
Washington 1
New York 5 6 . 1
Batteries: Fngle, Johnson and Wil
liams. Ainsmlth: Fisher, Warhop and
Sweeney. Two-base hits llandil,
o'Dowd. Three-base hits McBride,
Johnson. Base on balks Fisher 1 ;
Warhop 7: Kngle 4: Johnson 3. Struck
out Warhop 9; Engle 5; Johnson 6.
Philadelphia 3.3; Boston 2-.V
Philadelphia, July 5.- Philadelphia
ami Boston split even In tt double,
header here thin afternoon. Phllndel.
phla wuii the first, 3 to 2, and Huston
landed the second, D to 3.
First game Score: It. 11. I'.
Philadelphia 3 ti 1
Boston 2 4 1
Batteries: Houck, Coombs and
Euan; d'Hrieii and Carrlgan. Two-base
hit Hooper, YcrkrS, Speaker, Col
llns. Three-base hit Mclnncs. Base
on balls Coombs 1. Struck out
H'ltrien 3; llouck 2; Coombs 1.
Second name Score: It. II. I' .
Philadelphia 3
Boston 5 7 1
Batteries: Morgan, Pcnnock and
Lapp; Collins and Carrlgan. Two-base
mis I.i wis, iddring, Strunk. Huso on
baMs It. Collins 1; Morgan ti; Pen
nock 1. Struck out It. Collins 3; Mor
gan 0.
Topeka :!; Wloliltit t.
Topeka, July .1. Timely hitting by
the locals today gave Topeka three
runs, enough to defeat Wichita.
Sere: It. II. K.
Wichita OliO 001 0001 7 1
Topeka 000 010 1 1 3 8 3
Batteries: Alderman and Wacob;
Fug.'ite and Chapman, Schmidt.
Oiualiu 4; St. Joseph 2.
St. Joseph, July B. Omaha bunched
hits Willi bases on balls and battery
errors in the seventh, defeating St.
( iniaha . . . .
St. Joseph . .
Crutcher and
It. I I. i:.
. 000 001 210 4 8 2
. 100 001 000 2 H 2
Hall and Johnson;
Lincoln 3: llenver 1.
Lincoln, July 5. Smith pitched
good ball while his teammates hatted
opportunely and defeated Denver.
Score: H. ILK.
Denver 010 000 000 1 4 3
Lincoln 012 000 00 3 9 2
Batteries: Harris. Ilealy and Spahr;
Smith and Carney.
Sioux Citv H: Den Moines 7.
Sioux City, July 5. A batting rally
in the eighth gave Sioux City victory
over IK'S Moines.
Score: R. K.
Des Moines ... 000 130 1027 1 8 1
Sioux City 200 010 0.1 8 li 3
liatterles: Hoggs and .McUraw;
Brown, Slaughter, Sage and Cadman.
At Los Angeles
Score: H
Los Angeles 1
Oakland 11
Batteries: l.everenz, Slater
Brooks; Malarkey and Milan.
4 3
1.1 0
At San Francisco
Score: It
Vernon 11
San Francisco 4
Batteries; H it t and Agnew;
ning, Toner, Baker and Berry.
If. R.
ir 3
8 4
At Sacramento
Batteries: Darkness
Oilllgan and Cheek.
II. K.
8 3
and Fisher;
At St. Paul St. Paul G; Minneapolis
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 2;
Toledo 1.
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 3; Kan
sas City 4,
At Louisville Louisville 7; Colum
bus (Thirteen innings; called on ac
count of darkness. )
At Birmingham Birmingham 4;
Memphis 0.
At Nashville Nashville 2; Mohile 1.
At Atlanta Atlanta-Montgomery
game postponed: rain.
At Chattanooga Chattanooga-New
Orleans game postponed; rain.
Peculiar Record in Meadow
City Contest in Which Ma
roons Are Easy Victors Over
(8prll IMniMtrh to the Moraine Journal.)
East Las Vegas, N. M , . July 5.
Today's baseball game between Ama
rillo and the Maroons, whs peculiar in
that not a batsman was struck out,
although three pitchers worked dur
ing the contest. The Maroons won. 12
to 7.
Si ore:
It. H. E
7 1-' 4
Amarillo ... 1041 10 find 7
Las Vegas .. . 031 B'l 12
15 C
Batteries: Abbott and Ashley; Sor
ensen, Ixickhart and Buckles. Stolen
l,as s Owen, Kllis, Ward, Sorensen 2
Moning. Sacrifice fly Buckles. Sacri
fice hits Harper. Clark. Two-base
hits Moning. Lockhart. Kllis, Soren
sen. Home run Mooing, i n e ie
Lyons to Buckles. Base on balls
Sorensen 2; Abbott 1. Innings pitched
Sorensen 5; Lockhart 3; Abbott 9.
Balk sor.-nseti. Hit by pin ber Ki
lls. Wild pitch Sorensen. Hits Sor
ensen tt; lock nan ; .mi n. nine
of game 1:4.1. Cmpirc Duncan.
Results from Journal Want Ads
Questionable Decision in Fourth
of July Battle at Vernon
Starts Talk for Return Match
on Labor Day,
(lit Murnlnc Journal Riwclul I f unril Wlr )
Los Angeles. July 5. "Sleeping
over It" did not serve to clarify to
any exti nt today the confusion that
followed the en. I of yesterday's cham
pionship light w eight battle between
Ad Wolgast and Joe UImis, at Ver
non. The cries of "lake" and 'Jobbery"
wiiii h resounded Ihruuf h the fight
pavilion yesterday, echoed today
among tile haunts of sporting men.
Promotir McCaity said that In
view of the doubt l.i.d against the
decision of Ueferee Welch in award
ing the verdict io Wolgast as a
knockout, he had not decided to give
the $800 diamond belt to the cham
pion. Scores of witnesses among the 11,
000 spei tutors w ho watched the fight
yesterday, called at the oflices of the
Pacilk Athletic club to suggest that
the boys be sent timet her in another
20-round bailie to decide finally the
ii.stion ol supremacy which was
left "up in the uir" by yealerday's de
cision. Kiversi and his manager, Jo. Levy,
expressed their willingness to let the
Los Angeles Mexican fight the bat
He over again with Wolgast, but the
latter and his business director, Tom
Jones, maintained sib'tice.
If the two boys get together again
it is said the battle will be for Labor
"Alter Welch hi,d helped Wolgast
to his feet and rendered his rank de
cision," said Levy, "I offered to start
the light over right there but Welch
beat it and Jones and Wolgast re
fused. 1 tun willing now to send
Bivers buck into the ring against
Wolgast any lime."
Wolgast did not leave his training
camp to which he. repaired immedi
ately after the battle until today.
Bivers was down town curlier. Both
boys showed the effects of the terri
ble fighting which marked the prog
ress of each of the thirteen rounds
yesterday. Bivers' right eye was cut
and almost closed, his nose consider
ably swollen and his niou.ll puffed
and cut. Wolgast, although endowu!
by nature with it more rugged face,
showed plainly the marks of tlir
pounding he had received. One of his
wifH save signs of "cauliflower,
both eyes were black and there were
several cuts between bis forehead
and cbiu.
Both ooys were rtilf and sore from
th effects rf terrific body punches.
"In Justice to Mark Levy, director
of the New Mexico Athletic club, 1
want to correct myself relative to the
money which Yoakum and myself
got out of the Yoakum-l'nholz fight
Wednesday night nt Las Vegas," nald
Jack Hanley, yesterday. "I will con
fess to being a very poor mathema
tician. 1 got badly mixed on the
figures in telling of what we got out
of the match.
"The fact is that Yoakum got for
his share $31.50. As for the hold
ing out of $fi00 by Curley or others
for the use of the arena, that was
not correct. Mark Levy paid for the
Use of the arena out of his share of
the gate receipts, this sum totaling
$175 for the arena. Levy also paid
for the expense of staging the bouts,
while the preliminary to the main
contest between Yoakum and I'nholz,
the purse for which was J50, came
out of the fighters' share of the gate
money, Yoakum paying $25 of it and
Unholy, the other $25.
"There were numerous persons
passed into the fight, for which no
record was kept and though the crowd
was unusually large, a large percent
age of it got in for nothing, and the
totu gate receipts in paid admissions
did not reach a very large sum.
"I um .satisfied with what I got
and so Is Yoakum. Wo wish to praise
the treatment accorded us by Levy,
who did everything that was fair
toward is."
Las Vegas. N. M., July 5.
scathed by bis bottle with Jim
yesterday and with a check
Jack Curley to the amount of $
Flynn from
In his pocket, Jack Johnson Is on bis
way back to Chicago. Flynn is at Ins
Montezuma camp nursing a nose
mashed flat.
Johnson, accompanied by his wile
and his camp retinue, left late last
night for the windy city. The cham
pion did not assert what his futuie
plans will be, but gave the Impression
be likely would accept the otters be
has had to go to Australia and right
Sam Langford.
Flynn has made no a nnounceiiieiit
of his plans. According to l'roiooter
Curley, the gale twi ipts v. siinl.iv
Were Hot silffKient to p.i the "X
1'ellses of the b.l.tie.
Bight in your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to have diarrhoea and
los several (lavs' time, unless you
have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Keinedy at band and take
a dose on the firt appearance of the J
dlbv.isc. For sale by all druggists.
Director of New Mexico Ath
letic Club to Match Gregory
and Newman and "Lefty"
and Congo Kid.
Director Mark
Mexico Athletic
. of
the NeW
night u ti -
nounccd that In I, p. inning
two star bonis In .lbn,ucriuc
to stage
at Klks'
theater on July l.'.ih
bet w een Kddio ' ; l .
and Louis New in:, ii.
twenty rounds, and ;
of li.llllll',
llenver, for
mi-w Ind- up
between Lefts Flovd. of this city
the Congo Kid for liiii'ii rounds
AlbuiUel'iOe t.ins will be Inter
In the forthcoming meeting of tin
and New mull. The da Hup boy ha
wavs been a good drawing cud
i n.t
s al
io -re
and is said to have been leading the
simple life for the past lew months,
w hich has put him in splendid shap
for a boxing exhibition. Newman,
though he lost a deeislon to Slanlev
Yoakum here recently, is still In the
"come-back" class, and should make
it extremely Interesting for Origorv.
As for the Lefty Floyd and Cong,,
Kid match, this should prove Just as
good as the main attraction, as both
hovs are fast ami clever ami each has
a punch which carrlex "good-highl "
with it. once ii lands on n vital spot.
Levy also announced that he had
purchased the complete gymnasium
outfit used by Champion Johnson at
Las Vegas, including punching bag,
and stand: ring canvas, boxing gloves,
etc In the deal also was included a
pair of specially manufactured boxing
gloves, which the champion had made
for the championship match with
Flynn. but which h. did not use, ns
Flynn insisted on gloves furnished by
Promoter Curley being used.
Heavyweight Champion De
clares He Never Wants to
See Pair of Boxing Gloves; To
Retire After Labor Day,
(By Morning Journal Hprrtut Iufied Wlrft.)
Kansas City, July 5. "I never want
to sec another pair of boxing gloves,
either in private or In ' public," em
phatically declared Champion Jack
Johnson while here a few minutes to
night enroiite to Chicago from Las
Vegas, N. M.
Johnson was In a happy mood, tin
marked bv his fight yesterday with
Jim Flynn, at Las Vegas.
"if Al Balzer wants to fight me." tie
clarcd the champion, "he will have to
do it not later than Labor day. for on
the day following 1 will retire from
the ring forever. That's final -1 "lint
then for good."
Johnson said he had clean
on his victory ovef- Flynn. II
$31,000 from .lack Curley,
motor, and won $.",000 in I
d $30,000
,. received
the pro
ictting on
Feciiey, the Omaha banlain
airivcd in A 1 1 u t iieni ue last
from Las Vegas, accompanied
by F.dilie Fitzgerald, also of Omaha.
Feeney is scheduled to fight Bonnie
('have, champion of the Hock Moun
tain slates, at Klks theater on .lu!V
I llh, under Hie auspices of a club ol
which W. 1 1. Bovve is the moving spir
it. Chavez and his manager, Bowe
last night staled, would prohnbl.v ar
rive In AlbuiUeriiiie this evening. Fee-
nev will work at the Capilal
I lel -
beginning at 3 o'clock ii
noon. Chavez Is expected
I he
training at the Klks' theater.
Fcelley looks somewhat heavy
('have;:, but says he can make
1 I 1
pounds for the Colorado bantam. Riu
Chavez is the undisputed champion
his class in this section, he Is in a I
siilon to dictate terms for th" mati
and his manager has a habit of
that he does.
In a game of baselai
the Foui lb at I'eralla.
Isleta p im and a club
II played on
between the
n p: es. t t ing
Los I. nnas, was w
by Isleta,
t he.
score bctii HI
Kervt, of the 1
tiled his plavi
game Was tast
start to tlhlsh.
to 3. Manager Sam
-leta t. am, Itceollipa
rs lo 1 '' r..lta. The
and interesting from
llnal Hounds in I, is loornry.
Ciin in nil 1 1. Julv 5 The final rounds
in the no n s and women s singles in
lie tii-siate t niiis tournament were
. lave, I a. ! today.
lltislave Tollebard. national d.iiililes
champion with It. 1 1. Little, will to
HiiitiiiW be the challenger for the
championship, meriing the title bold
er. l;i. h ard Palmer, of New Jersey
In the women's singles. Miss Mav
Sutton, of Los Angeles, won the right
to i halteligc Miss Ma? fol ie llodd. of
Cincinnati, tomorrow, for the tii-sia'e
championship. She defeated Miss
Mary III1 n, also of Los Angeles.
Amalgamated Copper, United
States Steel and Union Pa
cific Slim es Lead Decline
fiom Hk'hest Point of Week.
Illr MorliliiK Jeurinu W, ll I ard W Ire
New Vol k, Jlllv - Stocks Wele
under M'lhni: pressure almost trom
the outs, i ,, i . M i , t s si i-s io n iind much
of Hi, early w k s ri-e w is lost. The
selling centered about the leaders Willi
w e.i k in .s mo i market ill Amalgamat
ed copper. Tinted states Steel and
t'nion I'm ific. The market was clear
ly without leadership in iith.-r dll'ce
t ! ti. however, and tie- i. input leprn--a
hled nothing mere di.in prol es -ion -al
Another shipment of gold to I'. iris
was announced, lual.lic! a total of
$s, nan, una i,. thai renter in little more
than a week. The Bank of F.ngkiud
lost over $3.11110,111111 In gold on the
week ami materially reduced the pro
portion of ll.lhllitv rcerves which fell
to 41. ','. per cent compared with
45. "5 per cent this vv t e). hist year.
Lowes) prices ol the day Were reg
istered In the I null hour w hen rumors
a I feel ill)., the copper situation and si eel
earnings for the recent ouarter' were
circulated. Various specialties yielded
Willi the declines elsewhere produc
ing a generally weak elo ;c.
The crop outlook continued most
ciici'iurugiug and advices Iroiu all b ail
ing railroad centers Indicated that
I rat fie officials were making prepara-
tiou.s to
meet the
true of
linn est,
Ka nsas.
this being
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Am. Steel
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Corn Products 1 5
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t '. S. Sin, Kef. and M ill 4 7
I '. S. Sin. It. f. and .vim pfd.... 40
l'lah Consolidated
Flab Copper Ci
Uinoin 11 '
Wolverine HI
Chicago Board of Trade.
Chicago, Julv 5 ---drain prices went
mianlon,. downward tod. iv because of
-. -I.- u.oblw lde liiii.r.iv cinelil In
crops. Wheat closed l'...o to 2'V' low
er. In Wheat the whole tide of Hade
swept against the bulls.
Since llie previous close the entire
northwest had r ived rain in n way
that removed all doubt as to a flutter
ing prospect. Cable news was on the
side of sellers.
A banner dav for the bears was tin
Inevitable result. Belated lollgSloUIld
themselves compelled to onload on
fast Kiiikiiic market and encountered
I be worst break of the session in lb
boo fifteen minutes. Julv wheat held
up in die ably heller than deferred d
liveries. The reason was that the own
ership of the wheat on the market
has l.eell colli 1 11 ll.ed II 111 t bet e is said
to be lillle elevator room available for
oilier holdings. Between the opening
and the closing Hie Septeiober option
swung from $1.01 to I,U211,, with the
final tone deinoi allr.ed at the first
named figures, it loss of 2'i Hii-N
cent net.
The July option In corn as In wheat
was not hammered ami showed some
power lo rally. September fluctuated
from 67 l, c to 94c, closing weak. 2 '
ru 2r net lower at 0 7 ' No. 2 yellow
was quoted al 7 2 Vi (a 7 2 'a c.
A belief that the largest crop ever
raised in this country had become as
sured, made oats lit times almost as
active and depressed as wheat and
corn, outside limits touched for Sep
tember proved to be 3U and 37b.c,
with the close HH'-d', a fall of 1 i c
compared with furly-elght hours pre
vious. Constant support from packers sus
tained provisions. The average setback
for pork, lard and bacon did not
amount lo more than f cents.
Dun's Weekly Review.
New York, July ft. It. (I. Huu
Co.'s weekly review of trnde will say
Business Is satisfactory and ill some
Important Hues active, notwithstand
ing the usual summer slowing up and
the stock taking Incident to the lime
of the year. Moreover prospects for
business are even better than actual
current conditions and the character
istic feature of Ihe week's reports from
th,. leading trade and Industrial cen
teis in all sections of the country is
til,, expanding and deepening optim
ism. Conlldeiice is In a considerable
degree based on the belief that noth
ing bill a crop (allure or other unfor
seen calamity can now check the Im
provement that has set In; and it is
noteworthy that no where Is the op
timism re marked than in Ihe agrl
cultural sections.
Bradstreet's Weekly Review.
New Yolk. July 5.-Br,'idslrcet's lo
morrow will ay;
The week's developments have been
mainly favorable. These include Hie
arrival ol touch needed moisture in
pails of Ihe northwest; the regaining
on ing lo hot, lorclng weal her of some
earlier ground lost bv Ihe corn ami
cotton crops; the continuum f
ceptional activity In finished Heel
puis; the enlargement of fall trade in
.some nilllkelj, close lo Soil, IIS lor In
stance Ihe northwest and parts ol the
south and last, hut not least, ll x-
pausion due lo hot weather and mid
summer holiday Influences ol demand
at retail which has relieved final dis
tributors shelves of part of tllelr loud
and even Induced some measure ol
filling ill demand of Jobbers. The lo t
result Is the growth of a rather opti
mistic teehng Hi general trade and in
dustrial circuits and a disposition I"
lm.k more to the bright side ..t things.
Fin ouraging reports come li'oni the
,.l i..,. I oi.liislrv. The last half
,.i i i ooeiied wuii a noteworthy
spirit of optimism, born of heavy sp." -
dilations, liberal Co I IM I rn U 1. 1 II and
s.i la! as surface Indications go a ta
V, .l.lble icceptloll ol higher pliers re
eel, ilv inaiigiir I on various titii-b-
, d i luets. I Vers of finished si.-.l
Walll deliveries because .I'.lll.i. ate
Heeded almost foilliwllll. The lall-vav;.
have again started to bin cits, the
smaller roads have taken a i.litivelv-
g I aggr. gate of tails. rpo't Hade
is of encouraging proportions', orders
lor locomotives are increasing and
Hole is a heavv volume ..f structural
steel business ill plospe. t,
Bu. in. ss (allures in the I'nil. d
Stales for the week ending July 4th,
Wele 17(1. against last Week.
The Metal Markets.
"New York, July 5. Copper, easy ;
sbin.l.ii.l. spot. Hi Hi 1 7 U : Julv.
$ 1 1;. 7' ',i 1 7.2; August. $l S5 ,ij
I7.12'.j; September, $ 1 7.0 7 'a ''I 1 7. 1 j. '
Lie. trolv tic, 17'. ' : lake, I 7 V, t J
cic ting, I ; ii IT1,.
Tin Faiiv, spot. 4 J.40M, 45.75.
I e.td - tn. 1 1 if. l I 7u.
r'pellef I ,t m, X , . : a , 1 0.
1,1,1 1 . .... I 1 I i . i's D. 00.
I I .11 t. nl i i,. I i.,.;. ,1
I .i .I..I, 1. 1 . , .1 ,1 an dollar.
St. I ioiL Speller.
M. Loins, Jul;. 5. I .end Steady,
$4 li.'.'il 4.I.T Sprite! -Sll'ollg, $7.00,
bunion Meinl Market.
I. ..nd.. ii. JiiK 5 i '..pper. easy, spot
'. ;. Its, a. I . I'm iii'.-s 7 7, . I as.
Lead is, las.
Spell, i ;n, 5s.
I I oil - ' c ria lei Wall 1 11 1 s, 57s,
The Livestock Markets.
blrllgo Livestock.
I 'hi. ago. .Inh 5. - C.itlc Kecelpt
-'. inaiket steady to shade higher.
Beeves, $ 5 7 5 II 7 . 0 O ; TeV.IK SlCeH,
$5 S.I ii 7. lit; wi st. ru siccrs, 0.25'.
T.Tn. siockers ami fei .1. is, M.ini i
ii.i.5. row and h. il'. Ms. 2.7i S.S5
. a I v . s. 5.5" a v.til
Hues Ibc iplM I" "Ha; market
sie.nl,, I" 5 rents higher Lights, $7. "5
'a 7.55; iiilve.l, $ 7 no ' 7. ' 5 ; heavy,
i'i.Iiii o 7. 57 i j ; rough. J li.HO n 7. 1 a;
pigs, 5.25 '.i li.so; bulk of f iles, $7.2"
'ii 7.5a.
Sheep lieeell.'s 7.".. i; market
strong, generally lo rents higher. N.t.
live, $:: I a in 5. Ill; w.'-i.ia. . :,',!
4.35. Ii in 1 o.. native, f.3.7 '. 'o S.uii; west
ern, t I 2 5 van.
liniiMis 4 ll y I H "-lock.
I Kansas I'llV. Julv 5, -Cattle Be.
.-.ipts. Jama, Including i;oo southerns,
market strong. Native, j .0.50 n ii.OO ;
southern ste. rs, $ 4,5i)'ii 7.00; southern
ew s and heifers. $'!. on 'a 5.35 ; nativ o
iovvs and heifers, $:i.iiii'n S.75; stork,
ri s and feeders, $ 4 .no '.i 7 00 ; bulls,
$.'l.75'il lellll; calves. $4.IMK, S.1I0; West
I I'll sleelS. Jtl.lMI -ll X.IMI ; W.Mtel'll COWS,
$3.25''! ii, no.
Bogs I!. ipis II.iliiii; market
steady lo 5 e. nis blgh. r. Hulk of sales,
J7.35'(! 7.55; heavy, 7.50 r., 7,00 ; pack
els and but. hers. $7.40'.i 7.55; lights,
$7.l5i 7.40, pigs, 5.r.0',i II. 7.1.
Sheep Keeeipls 2.0UII; market
sln.ng. Millions, $3.50 in I. Oil ; lambs,
$i'.,nil'i S.nii; range wethers and year
lings, $3.75 'a 5.75; range ewes, $2.75'i4'
4. on.
St. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, July 5. Wool Market
sliNidy. Territory ami western me
diums. 20i 24; fine mediums, 1 Mir 20;
fine. 1 4 (ii 1 0.
Never leave lioim; on a journey
without a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Hiarrhoea Itemedy.
It Is almost certain to be needed and
cannot be obtained when on hoard
the cars or steamships. For sulo by
.ill drugg'sts.
Hand your soiled rlothea to
The Duke City Cleaners
The must up-to-date cloning
plnnt In New Mexico.
Outside Orders riollrtted
ralnt Is eiiunl to any paint Bold
In New Mexico up to thla time.
We are closing: it out at $1.76 X
per gallon, which Is below cost,
to muke room for a new line.
tun I'roof retails in eastern
cities at from $2.25 to 12.60 per
National Foundry !
& Machine Company
General Foundry Work, t
Iron and Brass Castings.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
oii.-re(e Work, Foundations,
Walks and Floors.
Phono Bill.
Which we are here to make
To please our many patrons
With the
Bakery Goods We Bake.
Our Bread
Is of first importance.
We know you'll find it right.
But all the other minor
Will give
2(17 South 1'irst Street.

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