Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa on April 17, 1891 · 7
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Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa · 7

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, r ... s. . 4' 5 A Keep Your on AndoVer Addition to Leeds. LEEDS is i)ow attracting more attention than any other ; portion of Sioux City. It is backed by capitalists who hare -money and enterprise, and who purpose making it, through generous expenditures of money in improying and beautifying the property, and in donating freely to manufacturing enter prises the leading manufacturing district of te northwest ANDOVER IS THE BANNER ADDITION TO LEEDS t and he who buys nowat present low prices, will find himself riding gaily upon that "tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, LEEDS on to fortune." For plats of the Addition, and full information, ' I CALL ON OB ADDEESS . K'- THE SIOUX CITY JOBBNAL; FRIDAY MOBNING, APRIL 17, 1891; " ... - . . . . . ". t' - . - O. WALTER NEWTON, JCAHAOIE , , (Leeds) Sioux City, la. GEO. N. SMITH, Agent, 816 H Nebraska Street, Sioux City, la. i-"- --firwfcrin fiaa-sf-r t- i I HAVE FOR SALE . - A LARGE LIST OF Business and Manufactory Property FLOYD CITY Paved Streets, Electric Cars, Side Tracks for Factories or Large Wholesale Houses. CRESCENT PARK AND ROSE HILL FOR RESIDENCES. TV Ei. ALTM'AN, Boom 315 Iowa Savings Bank Building. IE: 1 I M 1 L-i-J '"'TUl'lJ n " " n ii umiLj 1 'I iHiMirnii ! iiiinini mi i.t f . In wmiii ftWKi.i n itiL-'dlL'g NJVL ;, Choice Properties XSSXS.- 1 In all Parts ekzlvvrt av V " .FV. sjaw ' . I J Vkr .F1 160 acres choice platting land Property t? tie Lot or Maul GEORGE N. SMITH 160 acres land near the city at j&S LtS $35.00 nor y&rjr in Andover 4C . ...... .r' . . . acre. . VT. Addition to Lfiflflfi For K"X. ....... KVcall $250.00 and $300.00. full information at my office, 316W Ne- vbraska St. t !ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY V HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK CLOSING PRICES' WERE HIGH A Big' Jump to the Top in Grain arid ' Provisions CATTLE ACTIVE AND HOGS DULL Receipts on the Local Hoc Market Were Light and Quotations tTncfcangedCattle BecelpU Fair and the Market Strong and -Active. .the shade lowef; packer8,S4.005.15:"prim' heavy and butcher weights, a.2u(a5.40; light,. Market' active and & crjnm nn. - A ' i s-'J-aau.w; westerns, Chicago, April il--Speclal: The big ritmpnt. nf t.ViA fn nrfcenf. n'da 4nt. at close. The strong cables had the trade In a buying mood. Then some of the. private-wire houses gave it out that France was considering the repeal of the wheat duty. This set the 4 trade wild. The price of May went flying to f 1.07, and the closing bell shut off the advance. Alter the bell May sold in the pit as high as Sl.G8!. or 3?g c over the close last night. . Many of the leading houses quoted trades after the close aa high as tl.QS for May and 11.07 for July.: The market would, no doubt, have reached these prices regular had the J session lasted ten minutes longer, and on the curb privileges sold at 91.06 for puts and $1.11 for calls. ' Corn was also very strong and the advance of So carried the market away beyond any prices yet made. Mav sold J4c higher at the opening at 70c, touched TSje and closed just 3c higher at 7S?e. Other months were up in proportion, but closing prices were kept no track of. The market started strong witn wheat and because of cables which were Id to iyt& higher. Late in the day when the sample-grade market got under way the cash demand was found to be enormous and prices moved up snarpiy.; wo. 3 yellow corn sold at 74c On the curb the trade was in July privileges with puts at 68c and calls around 706. The provision trade felt the strength in the other markets.. Especially did the quick upturn In all grades of corn affect tho price of products. There was some outside buying also, which started local houses. There was a gain in price for the day of 32.4c in pork and 17Hc in lard and ribs. 1 Cattle receipts were 10,000. The demand was again active and prices rather on the up-turn on lights and handy steers than otherwise. Some salesmen quote values 10l5o higher on that class and only steady on big, heavy steers. The cow stock of all kinds wa3 in good demand from first to-last, and sold at strong prices. From the opening to the close there was a fair everyday business in stockers and feeders. The receipts of hogs were 20,000. There was little or nothing new in this market as regards the demand or prices, yet some rated common stock as a shade lower at the close. Local Live Stock Market. UNION STOCK YARDS. Sioux CrrY, April 18. Receipts of all live stock from January 1 to date are: Cattle, 48,293 head; hogs, 153,101 head; horses and mules, 20? head; sheep, 2,306 head. Hogs Receipts, 500. " j Hog receipts showed a marked falling off today, and as a consequence 4the local packers were not on the market, because the supply was not large enough to furnish any one of them with a killing. The quality was fair and everything was in early and sold on the morning market The range was from fl.955.Q5, with the bulk at 85.005.05, against a range ye$ter-day of W.805.02H, with the bulk at ri905.00. The market was steady throughout at yesterday's close, , Quotations: Light and mixed, 54.7o4.90; beary, $i855.06. REPRESENTATIVE Shk. Sheen Receipts, 10.000; Bteadv to stroncr: ' natives 8a.4(X&5.95; lambs, 85.00S3.8a - - ' - Omaha, April 16. v Hogs Receipts. 3,500; official V yesterday, 2,841; shipments. 3 cars. '. Market opened 10c lower; hsht, ?4.506.b5; ; mixed, ' W.60t80i heavy, litsTi5.05. - ' , ' . ' . Cattle Receipts, 1,000: official yesterday, 1.673; shipments, 8-1 cars. Market opened strong on best, others steady; quality common. - ; ' r ; -? ijkansas city, April ia. - T ' Cattle Receipts, 1,000; shipments, l.aoa Market steady to fctrong; steers, 3.7S.i5; cows, 1.754J; stockers and feeders. 3&25(&4.30. ;; Hogs Receipts. 8,ttW: shipments, 1.UXX Market steady; all grades, 83.30&5.1& ,.. ; St. LOUIS, April 16. Cattle Receipts, 100; . shipments,. 600. Market higher; : fair to . fancy native steers, ti.2QQ6.10; stockers and' feeders, 83.00 4.10. - - i Hogs Receipts, 5,400: shipments, 4.400. Market lower; heavy, $o.005.26; mixed, f4.705.10; lighV84,804.85w ,. - .r. Local Grain and Produce Market. w. - -V Sioux crrr," April 16. ..' Grain Flax, tl.10. Corn, in carload iotst 63c; wagon lots. COc. ; Oats,' carload lota, 63c; wagon lots, 50c. Wheat, COc i - - - Hay Baled, 12 per ton; bulk, tia - Vegetables Cabbage, 31 ytc per pound; potatoes, L2S per bushel. : Butteiv-Fancy dairy and rolls, 12t6c; choice and dairy rolls, 8c; No. 1 packing stock,' &10c; No. 3 packing stock, 5.7c. Eggs Fresh delivered, case count, ; 10c per dozen. - - Hides Green. 4s4Kcj cured. 5&6c: hides. dry. 67c;. Indians, tic; slunks, HXgitSc; deacons, each, 25c; damaged hides, one-third off. - . . Product and Provisions. ' '. Chicago, April 16. " Ci-osb : Itlour Firm and unchangea. . Wheat TJnsettlcd: cash. 4l.07(ai.U7i Mav. 1.07?1.07&: July, tl.06?gL06H. Corn-i-Steady; casbi 7Hysc; May, '73!ic; July, 69?4c. , . t ' oats Firm: casn, aoc: May. wo: July. Rye Firm at 89swo. Barley Firm at 80s.' . ' Flax Easy at $1.S3. Timothy Firm at M.30&1.31. Whisky f 1.16. . s. . Hides and Tallow Unchanged. : Provisions Pork strong; cash. 112.80(3119.85: May, 812.95. Lard strong; cash. 86.OT&; May, 86.W47.0a Shoulders. 8i5.005.l5; short clear, J0.60C&8.65; short ribs, 88.3746.40. Butter firm; creamery, 20S5c; - dairy, 1833c Cheese steady; lull cream cneaaars, llll?4C; young Americas, 12l2lc; flats, 11H&12&C . ifiggs steady; fresh, U&l2lAo, Keceipts. Shipments. 13.UJ0 8,000 21,000 "; 75,000 111,000 112,000 111.000. 124,000 ' New Yohk, April 16. Wheat Receiots. - 49.800 bushels: exDorts. 170,000 bushels. Spot higher; No. 2red, $1.19 1.20in elevator; 1.23 afloat; $1.22&1.23 f.o.b. uptions steaauy aovancea rrom . r opening, closing strons: 1543mo nigner on eenerallv firm cables and rush pf continent buyers ; No. 3 red, May, closing at 11.17?$. uorn Keceipts, 27,aw Dusneis; exportst 24,900 bushels. Spot l&me higher; strong: No. 2, 8283o in elevator: 83J4o afloat; ungraded mixed. 8083&c, Options ran rapidly upward. 2&3o; closed strong at best prices through improvea cables ana iuu Duying interests; May closing at 79Hc. " - ; Oats Receipts, 55,000 bushels; exports, 150 bushels. Spot i2o higher and strong: No. 3 white, (BHeA'ic; mixed western, 5963c; white western, e368o. Options stronger, May closing Coffee Options closed' dull and unchanged to 10 points up; sales, 9,750 bags; April, 17.SX& 17.35; May, 17.20 17.25; spot Rio steady; fair cargoes, SJOc. i - . , ; Sugar Raw, steady, refined, firmer. ; . Petroleum United closed, May, 71. i Provisions-Eggs firmer;' western, 14c- Pork firm. Lard higher and strong; western steam, 7.10. Butter steady; western dairy, 1222o; western creamery. 1227o; Elgin, 2787l4c. No. Av. 6. ...125 1....230 9.. .106 8. ...147 39.. ..183 Price. $3.00 i 3.25 i 4.00 4.25 J 4.50 NO. 5... 47... 73.... 74... 78... BALES. , Shk. Av. 818 194 190' 227 233 120 120 40 Price. 4.75 4.96 5.00 5.00 . 5.05 PACKERS' PURCHASES. Doud- In slow 125 demand at Sheep Receipts, none. (4.0U5.5U, Cattle Receipts, 700. There was an average run of cattle to-day. With the holdovers from the heavy runs of the past couple of days, there was the material on hand for a very heavy trading. Buyers were numerous and took up liberal numeers at figures about steady with yesterday's close. Quotations- Fat steers, good to prime. ., Fat steers, fair to good Fat steers, common to fair Feeders, good to choice... Feeders, fair to good Feeders, common to fair... Stockers, good to choice. .. Stockers, fair to good Stockers, common to fair. . Yearlings, good to choice.. Yearlings, fair to good Yearlings, common to fair. cows, good to choice Cows, fair to good. Thin cows and heifers Bulls Oxen and stags. Veal calves, . .,. Canners.... Representative sales, "" STEERS. .4.755.50 . 4.0C4.75 . 3.504.00 . 3.003.75 . 2.503.25 . 2.003.00 . 8.503.50 . 2.253.25 . 1.802.80 . 3.302.50 . 2.UX&2.20 . 1.752.50 . 2.50C3&SG . 2.002.00 . 1.152.00 . 1.302.25 . 1.50O3.C0 . 2.754.50 . .751.40 No. Av. ?' Price. No. Av. Price. 2.... -..1070 92JSO 1 1328 14.00 8 1088. 3.70 3 .....11S6 .' - 4.00 2 1050 3.75 1 1270 5.00 FEEDERS. ( No. Av. Price. No. ' Av. Price. 3...... k ta.oo 44... .. 800 saoo 5 972 : 3.30 24 ...... 852 3.60 12...... 960 ' a35 26 842 a 80 24...... 00 f a35 24...... 846 3.60 4....';;StlO 3.40 23 8t S.60 i...;.-W"i' 3.45 20 972 " &65 . 26.. 3.60 : . ... . ' r. " '.. ' STOCKERS. No. Av. T Price. No. Av. Price. 6 ...... 675. ; ; 18.75 10 ...... 723 83.35 . 4 777V ' o 3.00 24. 814 3.40 3i era ; . aao 10 m 3.45 29 636 3.20 9 818 a45 6...... 6H0 3.25 5 774 3.50v 1 S30 3.30 24 806 aO(L 33...... 794 " 3.30 YEARLINGS. No. 14.. 74.. 2.. 75.. ,. 5.. 29.. No. 30. 3..... Av. 523 516 606 474 431 514 617 Av. 375 442 Price. 13.75 i 2.75 2.75 2.80 i 2.85 I 3.00 3.00 NO. 24.. .. .4.. 4.. 4.. 2.. 20.; Av. . 546 . 530 . 522 .527 ,495 .v600 . 427 CALVES. 2 veal. 165 Price. $2.75 2.80 3.25 No. Av. 5 veal. '128 1 veal.: 150 . 1 veal.' 170 COWS ANT HEIFERS. No. Av.. Price. No. : ' A v. 8 '878 1 12.00,1 4..,. ..1005 . '4 835 " . 8.00 6. 870 4 977- 8.00 u:... -..1081 6...... 753 - 2.00 4 957 . 2 1020 . 2.00 1...'.,.1060 1 1160 2.25 1 1160 . 900 2.30. 6.. ....1035 . so - 8.40 i,.'....neo . 730 , " 2.50 4 1077 .1080 . .' 2.50 ' 1. 4.. 3.. 6.. Price. 13.00 aoo aoo 3.00 aoo aoo , aoo Price. ta75 4.00 4.00 Price. 3.50 8.00 aoo 8.00 a 5a aso 3.65 &75 Yankton Portland Cement,- GUARANTEED EQUAL TO THE BEST FOREIGN PORTLAND... j 3E3" O IE S3 3FL :cp T MoNKI X- District Agents, 308 and 310 Jackson Street. ATEflTS SELD FOR : INVENTOR'S CU!DL A. L BATCHEIDER, Attorney,- United Bank Building. JAMES P. WALL. Contractor and Builder. No. ' j.. 4.. 10. 3. 1. . 1. 3. 1. BCLLB. OXEK AXD CA1TNEBS. t No... 'AV. 1 3...... 1466 -1 1340 , " J. 530 -- l.....15K) 1 1410 . ' 3. ...V 1286, 2 1645 1 1800 ' ' 1 ..:..1890 ' 2.,..1635 1500 Av. .... 780 870 710 .... 575 . ... 876 . . 854 .,..1210 ;,..150O ....1380 ..1520 .i..l320 ....1550 Price. J1.00 .1.50 - 1.60 . - 1.75 ; 2.00 2.00 . 2.30 2.30 2.30 2.30 I , 2.40 . 2.4U Price. 4.50 3.15 &45 ' aso aso aes a?5 4.00 4.00 ,4.00 4.25 Central Stock Yard. . ; ; ' ' ' ' Siotrx Crrr, April 16. t Hogs Receipts,. ISO. Only three loads of hogs were received to-day, hut Jal the close of the market 4 p. M. these remained unsold. " r Cattle No receipts and no sales of cattle to- oay.-- r t . f Xlve Stock: -Elsewhere. ,,---, Chicago, April 16. f Cattle Receipts, 10,000. Market steady to strong and higher; steers, top, 86.25; others, .vo(5o.k; siocKers ana yearungs, .J.uiJ(sa.85; cows ana neucrs, sj.uxr.4.oa - Hogs Receipts, 20,0ua Market steady to a Flour Wheat.,... Corn ...... Data....... Cheese firm. Wheat-Excited; May. $1.07. , Corn-Higher; No. Oats Higher; No, - Milwaukee, April 16. No. 2; spring, cash, 11X7; a 72.78a . 8 white, 59c. ' ' Provisions Higher, Pork, May, I12.87V5. . Kansas Crrr, April 16. Wheat Stronger jviUcv, 2 hard, cash, 98c; April, 96c bid; No. 2 red, cash fl.011.03. , Corn Higher, No 8,-casa-and April, 673 68C. , - . .;..;..-,:, -'" M'-- Oats Steady; No. 2, cash and. April, 52c bid..,- r s. v . - - Mctneapoucs, April 16. Wheat Cash, in good demand and stronger; bulk of sales at l15fc-over yesterday. Receipts, 100 cars; shipments,'. 55 cars. Closing: No. 1 hard, April. 1.09; on track, 1.091.09ttJ No. 1 northern, April and May, tl.05; on j track, fl.ObJ41.065-; No. 2 northern, April; $1.04; on track, ll.041.05.s . ' '''" 7' St. Loins.' April 16. T Wheat Strong; cash, Ji.07; May, $l.O7ftl.0S. Corn Higher; cash, 70c. . Oats Firmer; cash, 55Vc; May, 54c. Provisions Pork,' firm; 812.5012.75. Lard firm at $6.05. Butter 6teady and unchanged. Whisky-1.16. - : ; " " ' ' Liverpool, April 16. Wheat Firm; demand improving, i Corn Strong; demand good 1 x-if -.t- Financial." ; ' . '.' ; NEW YOUK, April 16. . The stock market to-day displayed great strength in spots, while at other times it was unaccountably weak.- The.yinaret has narrowed down to the grangers', southwesterns and industrial.. The dealings throughout the morning were on a limited scale, but In the afternoon St. Paul,' Atchison, sugar, Rock , Island and Burlington made material gams, and Northern Pacific, which had been a weak gpot for some time, -also rallied and gained m. The market was quiet and firm, at,, or near, " beet prices. iacKawanna, nowever, iqst i. Preferred 134U N. Y. Central...... 102H P..D.&E- i. 20Vi Rock Island....... 74U St. Paul Preferred.... St. Paul & O.;. Preferred...'....i Union Pacific . i .vJ W . St..L.&P..., Preferred......:; Western Union. .. ,.112 i. 84 47 19J4 81H at 3 per easier; sixty- KEAL EST ATZ TRANSFERS. Central Pacific....' 2 c&c .....f;..i24 a; b. &q:..:;;. 86i Del., L, & W..Vfii.l354 Illinois Central....- 99 I.,B.&W Kan. & Texas . . 12J Lake Shore . . ...111 Michigan Cen 4.- 98H Missouri Paclfio.E 69H Northern Pacific.. Preferred.. ,i. 68X Northwestern.. .... 108 Money on call easy; closed offered cent. - - - - tf- - ' i. Prime mercantile naoer. SfftT. -:'-' " Sterline exchansre auiet and day bUls, $4.8554; demand, $4.882.1, United States 4s, registered....i;i.;.T.v.V;;121J' umten btates 4s, coupons ves United States 4V4s, registered...-.;.. ,...101i United States 4Vis, coupons 101 PaCifiC 6S. ... ,112 r '- -. " ; Catarrh! Cared,' -i-"- ' i ' - -'". Health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, Frioe . 60 cents. ' Naeal injector free For sale by Sedgwick & De-Long, 609 Fourth street. , ' . , ( No more bills will be - introduced Illinois house af ter, to-day. . In, -r the ' '- That Hoklnor Coasrh 1 " Can ; be so qaicklv '.oared by Shilo's Care. We cuaranty it. For sale by - Sedgwick ; & DeLona, 609 Fourth street. s V ' The remains of Gen. Spinola were yester day taxen to JSew xork tor ouriai. ; .TViU You Suffer . With dyspepsia and liver complaint?. Shi lo's Yitslizet u sruaranteod .. to enre von. For Bale by Sedgwick & DeLong, 509 Fourth street. . .Henry M. Stanley denies that he has been made governor of the Congo free state.' 1 loung HoShors I ' Wc Offer Ton Bemedp which Inaure Safety to Lifo of Mother and Child, , f; If ! V MOTHER'S FRIEND Sobs Confinement of it , ' ' 4 . JPaini Horror and Mitk. : After singoneboteof'Mothcra Friend I suffered but little pain, and did not experience that WRafcnpiM afterward usual In such c&ses-Jrs. Axxuc Oaok, Lamar, Mo Jan. 15th, VfL Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt ot prloe, 11.S0 per bottle. Book to Mothers mailed tree. CKADFIELD ItEGULATOIl CO., ATLANTA GA, , fiOLD BY AUL DRUaGiSTS. 200.00 2,000.00 e,ooaoo .1,300.00 ( 4VW.0O ; i ,2oaoo ,'475X0 200.00 -:" . ;?Srioo Lioaoo 2500.00 2,400.00 1,000.00 A400.00 . moo moo i,230J( Loa 300.00 150.00 7000 825.00 825.00 200.00 ssaoo 250.00 i.motf The conveyances filed for record 'during this week we're as followsr -' ' ' '. V-Adam H. Schlasmari to Robert M. Mor-''- J:' -' gan: Part of lots 7, 8, 9, blocks. , f Smith's third addition to Smithland, - -and lot a block a Smith's fourth ad- ' ' J - to Smithland...;;.......:..;......;. James W. Ashley to R, EL Sinkevi - Part southeast Quarter section 31, . ' township 89, range 42 ' Hedges Trust company to Jennie E. Rogers and J. A; Barclay: Lota 1, 2, 3.4.6, 6, T, 8, block IS, Peirce's add!-; tion - Wm. G. Webster to : Rasmus Jurien- o - . sen; Part of the southeast quarter' ?l -section a township 87, range 47.v.i'. 1,873.00 O- S. Davidson to Catharine Betzer: "' - r northwest Quarter section 24, township 88. range 48 Hedges Trust com Dan v to W. C Lev- eriel: Lots 7 and 8, block 94, Pelrce's 2 addition...........;.-,...: 3,000.00 Hedges Trust ;;company ' to'E." Gj W Thomas-. Lots 11, 12, 13, block 106, Peirce's addition..;....... . . Ella J. Brooks to Lydin BeU: Part of section a township 86, range 44.;.... Mary J. Schey to JW. Russell: Lot 1, block 4, Horton'a addition to Oto".. Henry J, Ruehl to S. L. Tripp: - Part . of lots 1 and 8, block-10,. Sioux City proper Edward Tuff to Andrew Thomson: Lot 1, block 22, Booge & Tajlor's ad- " ditlon . . . . . .-. Robert Burns to Wm. Johnston: Lot 12, block 4a Leeds, second filing..... Jacob Henn to Mary J. Liggett: Lot 10, block 23, Leeds,. second filing.... Geo, E. Atwater to John F. M. Piercej . Lot3 6, 7, 8, 9, 22. 23, 24, 23, block 14 Booge's West Side addition...;. J.. V. Thomas Hooper to Gerard A- Gage: Lots 24 and 25, block 53,, Leeds. ... . . Union Loan and Trust company to W. L. Wilkins: iLots 9 to 18 inclusive, block 44,and all of blocks 45, 57 and 79 ' in Union Stock Yard company's addition.... .... Miles & Co. to John Atkinson: Lot 25, block 1. Miles' addition to Oto . ..... W. H. Nicholson to J. H. Hill: Lots ' 29 and 30, block 1, Rural Home ad dition .-. W. H. Nicholson to J. H. HIU: i Part of block a Hedges' second Table addition iv-;..'....-. ,4i, - coaoo John H. White to H. H. Hill: Part of M; i section 31, township 86. range 44.vii3I5i L300.0O G. A. Knapp to Mary B. Cooley: Lot - - ia block 6, Sioui City ; West addfc-rr-w;- tion ............. L. A. Perkins to A. G. Anderson: Part of lots 1, 2, 3, Springdale, second filing . ... . j -. . . . ..;.. . ... ....... i W. L. Sanborn to Isabel V. Sanborn: Lot 6. block a Moville . X. . . i . . . . . . J. B. Doane to A. X. Boeye: ' Lot 7, ; block 2a Hedges' Morning Side ad-, - : dition ....J....... Cherokee Town Lot company to M.T: U. ijiooy: ijots4 ana o, bloct 19,: Anthon.... ' W. F. Seiboldto Mikel Sullivan: Lot -j 10. block 17. Danbury....- - C.R. Ainsworthto.J. A. Fowler: Part of section 10, township 88, range 45- C R. Ainsworth to A. R. Fowler: Part!: of section 10. township 88, ramre 45. .- Sioux City Land company to B. M. O'Donnell: Lot lr block 17, Andover addition to Leeds. Sioux City Land company to Mary ; r UKeriin: xx is, oiock 10, Anaover addition to TjeedA ... . ..... ...... ' ' Beem &Bevelhymer to W. W. McEl- ; ratn: jf art oi lot iv, . diock 4, jno-vllle., ....... ......... .. C. R. Dempster : to Wm: O'Donnell: Part of -section 4, township 86, range Peter Bridges to George Lerch: South east quarter oi nonnwesi quarter section 12. township 86. ranee 43. . t. Western Town Lot company to Beem . .r as uevemymer: ixt w, diock 4, mo- Healy to D. B. Curtis:' Lots 3 - and 4, block a and lots 13, 14, 15 and -16, block 7, and lots 1, 2 and 3, block , ana lot v, diock 24, ju.ormng biae addition .....ut.:.....:;: Hedges Trust company to W. L. Mason: Xiots 1 to la, inclusive, block 12a Peirce's addition. Western Town Lot company to Beem & JEeveinymer:v Jjot 7, block , Moville r. C H. Foye to Hunter Bros. : . Part of lots Tend 8, block 4, Healy's addition. .......... ... ; . 1 ,i : Beem & Bevelhymer to f W. W. McEl-rath : Part of lot 7, block 9, Moville ' C. E. Hughson to Caroline Centlivre: Part of lots 1, 2 and a block 77, Sioux - ; City East addition.... i. .... Ida H. Hansen to A. S. Hogan: Lots 5 and 6, block. 14, Morning Side addition.... .; ..i:.-. W. H Nlcolls to B. Bennett: Part of ' , section 22, township 86, range 44 . W Leonard Knowles to B. Bennett: Part of section 22, township 88. range 44.. - E. C. Palmer to T. W. Hood and E. L. - Webster: Lot 2. block 24, Boogo'e West Side addition. S'.Vi."-.. D. T. Hedges and E. B. Spalding to E. L. Webster: Lot block 62, Sioux: City East addition.... A, A. W. Engstrom to J.vE. Engstrom: r Part of lot 10,: block 7; Lowell...... ; J. G. Fullerton to G. B. Healy: Part-of lot 10, block 4, Healy's addition.... D. T. Hedges to E. L. Webster, and T. W. Hoodr Lot 6, block 20, Peirce's addition. ........ .. ....V. .... ..v....... Minnie Kern to Julius A, Hanson: Lot 14, block 5, Wilder &' Jepsoa's addi- tiOn. ........... . , ..... . ... . Harry Emmlck to A. B. Ridgway s Part of section 1, township 86, range 47 . . . '.. Iowa Railroad Land company to jo- ? seph Chicoine: Part of section 25, township 88, range 45. .vv. Anna Tanderpool to M.1 Pfeifler; Lot 14, block 29, Leeds firsViflllng D. P. Magner, sheriff, to F. C. Hills : Part ot section?, township 89, range C. F.HoyVto J.andls DrBrow'nrigg: ' Lot 7, block 5, North Riverside seo- ond filing . . . . .. ...... -,v. ...' . .....- Union Stock Yards -company to the- London and Sioux City Colony and . , Investment company:. Part of lot 8, - section 1, township 88, range 48...... Western Town Lot company to W L. Sanborn: Lot 7i block 3, Moville.... Henry Mielke to Adelaide - Muller: ; Lot 1, block 21, Booge's Morning Side addition Hedges Trust 1 company t to Ida J. -Haley: East half of lots 7 and 8, s block 5. Higman's Park addition. : . C. W. Gibson to Wallace Long: ; Lots t, 14 and 15, block M, Peters Place ad-: dition. ....... ..... . .... ..-.j. .. .......... Ella L. Seymour to Maggie Sprey: Lot 26, block a Chase's addition ..... Wm. S. Brown to C. M. Swan: : Lot 2, ' block 22, Cole's addition. . : John Emerson to Susan Amundsdon: . Lot 1, block 18, Crescent. Park addi- tiOn. ......... ."."i ."''... ...... a S. E. Tate to Jennie E.-Rogers: Lots . 4, 5, 6, 7, a 9, 10, 11. 12, block 7, Palmer's Morning Side addition. .- ... John T. Willet to Louis Gerner: Part : of section 6, township 86, range 43.... Cart Ludwig to Andrew Fessel; : Lot ' v ia block 1, Ludwig's addition. J. H. Preston to A. H. Hazenr Lot ia block 21, St. Aubin second filing. .. . . Hedges Trust company ; to E, G. Thomas : Lots 1 to & block 1C8: lots I to so, block 136, Peirce's addition..- 23,200.00 Mary ti. era me to wesiey uarcus: xxt ft 24, block 34. lieeds. Wm. L. Jay to Fred Larson: Part of section 30, township 87, range 47... . Missouri ! Valley Land . company to ; ' Christeri Kasrxmsscn: Part of gec- tion 31, township 87, range 47.... .... C J. Holman to Ella M. WestfaU: Lots v it and 12, block 14,; Blair's addition to Sergeant Bluffs....... , U- G. Whitney to W. S. Preston: Lot - 6; block 11, Clark's addition D. P. Magner, sheriff, to Ernest Rise: Lots 12 and ia block 7, and lot 11, block 5, Hedges Table addition;.... H. D. Clark to U. G. Whitney: Lot 6, block 11. Clark's addition.... .... .... E. D. Smith to Wm. Tackaberryx Lot - 2, block 6, Palmer's Morning Side addition ....... i. . . ; . . .......... ... . . 75.00 :'150LOO 1000.00 - 73.00 2,000.00 500.00 1,500.00 400.00 . 28,00 ' 40.00 200.00 -1.00 225.00 , 800.00 , 1,250.00 - 250.00 ' 3,300.00 - 600.00 ' - 500.00 2,5l3loO 1,100.00 1.00 rlQO.OO 1,000.00 ,6,5000 J 1.00 '4,200.00 - 4 -coaoo 600.00 ' 185.00 50.00 700.00 1 - 650.00 S50.00 400.00 moo 400.00 ; 2,ooo.oo i.; 581.31 1,500.00 SYPr MS 9 Primary,"' Secondary. ; r I Tertiary permanently ' enred la 89 to 09 days. D AVe cllmlnata - all voison f.un tho Bystera, mo that there can never be a return of tio tiiecase la may form. Parte ean be treated at hame a well as here, (forth eatne price and under the same grtuLraatee.)bat -ith thMs who prefer to come here, e vill contract to cure then or refund all money and par entire-expesae of coming, railroad lore ana sow dius. - i .;-,.-,-: flTTT? MAflTf! UUil ULO.U1U imULUUL Xever FaUed to cure tho most obstinate, cases. YTa chalenge the world for a case we can not cure. Since tho hiotory ot mod vine a true specific for Syphilis has been : aourht for biat sorer found until our ilatcle Kctnedy was dls- ooverea., in one otner eeD-atne. ww:e lor rercrences. COOK REMEDY CO.. Omeha, Xebraske Five years in use ana LADIES OS3LY fSRftlP FAItE REGULATOR," Sato. iuHUlU and Cerialn to a oay or money re-fundd. By mall 12. Securely sealed from ob-, serratiotu COOK UEHKDt CO OwaaaJSab, - SL H. CLOUQfl CL0UGH & COMPANY. LITE STOCK COMfflSSM HERdHAOT S - Union'Stock Tarda, Bloo City. Iowa. ' --;-,v.;;!- f.Telephone M8. -..-V: Corresnondenoe soiioitod and market orompt. r fnrniahad oa application. Boom ft. Kxohange W. C. HUDSON & CO. SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Oflee at Dnica Stock Tarda J. W." Bxitb, BSonx Cltr Jko. 1L Cos, rHoan; Formerly of Mapleton lo. SMITHildOE, , Bncoaesora to Clonal it Coa.. DEALERS I N STOCK CATTLE, SLOAN, IOWA. ; ;4 ' firanoh.Offlce, at Union Stock Tarda, Sioux City DR, HATHAWAY, D. jl. HADLEY, M. D., Assistant. . .(Begolar Gradnates Begistred.) . Friyate.SilfljBloai aMSenons Diseases v -i Practice Zixaited to Specialty. . -SPECIAL ATTENTION . TV the following ' dif eases: Byphilia, - Diseaeed or - Un-nat'ral Discba'-Ree. lw potency Loet Manhood, Nrrou DebUlty, Night Losses, Stricture, Bydroc, Tarico-:. cele, Eezenta. ' Peoriaeis. - Moles, ' Birthmarkc.Snper- nuonB li&ue, ilm-pies, Ul-ers, Catarrh, and Dieeases of Women. -. ' Specific Blood Poison g?:? of years in an eastern hospital, practice and Tisite at Hot Springs, Ark.. ioTestigatiDg their, method of treatment; this, together with my large experience in actual cases treated, gives me the prestige of., being remarkably successful in the treatment of this fearful disease. Bommber I have cured caRes that have been treated by some of the beat phyaiciana in the country. Try my treatment and you will be aatiafied. ? Young and Middle Aged Men who are suffering from the effects of past or , present indiscretionv youthful follies, wbich break down the entire eystem and make life a hopeless bnrdn both to you self and friends, ehonld not neglect to get cured by my method, which ia aafe and aure. Kemember it ia a permanent cure also. - .. . - '$ Unnatural Discharges SSf have a treatment for these dischargee teat la entirely new and safe, and is not used by any physician or specialist in the west It ia sure and cures eases that have been doctoring for year. Gleet and Gonorrhea comes under this head also; -and if yon want to get cured quickly and. safely by the only rational d proper-way. nse this treatment. Send for Symptom Blank No. 1, for Men, if yonranm t call. - ';. ? - Diseases of the SkingSsy. practical experience In classifying and treating the different forma of 'akin diaeasee, enable Dr, H. to cure many cases ot akin trembles that have heretofore been called inonrable: Send for Symptom Blank No. 3, for Skin Disease, if yon cannot call, . - ' . ' . -' ;i Diseases of Women-? treated and failed to get relief for the many distressing ailments peculiar to their eex should not foil to consult Dr. H..- as hie improved methods ot treatment and large experience will often srive yon help when yon failed elsewhere. Send for Symptom Blank No. 2, for Women if yon cannot call. - : s r-.'-.i.-v,fv;-T. v.--- i PILES, Great Discovery. A cure guaranteed. No knife, cuuin? or ligature.- Painless treat- STBICTUKE CUBED without cutting. . The most wondriui discovery. Bate and aura. v i.. NERVOUS DISEASES. ,New - treatment. ' Oreat anccees. ' ' - -$7 .-m - - Nervooa Debility, Exhaustion, Chorea (St. Vitus' Dance), Insomnia (loss of aleeo). Locomotor! Ataxia, and other forms of Paralysis, Neuralgia, etc . .. 'i?-fvV-- - AH business conndentiaL Medicinea furnished at office and sent free from observation to all parts of the country. Correspondence answered promptly. Public and private offices. Jiddresa or call on - t - J. N. HATHAWAY, M. D.f . . - -. siouxcrry.iowA. .' .; ; . Ofticx Commercial Bank Building, corner of Fourth and Nebraska Sts. Booms 14 and 14. . I Horns 9 to 12; 2 to 8, and-lto 9.' Snndaya 10 to 1. - . . , j- ; - ., 500.00 Seventy-two transfers; consideration. 1151,176.34, Bucklen'a Armc Salve. The beet ealve in ; the world for cuts i brniaos, torea, nlcers, salt rheum, fever aorc s, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money" refunded. Price 25 centa per box: , For sale by J W. Budyo - 1 ' . - - The wife of ex-Congressman Candler, ' of Massachusetts, died yesterday at St. Augus- -tine, Fla., after n protroctid illness. Sleepless Xighta Made miserable by that terrible coueh. Shilo's Cure is the remedy for you. For eale by Sedgwick &, DeLong, lift Fourth street. Is not an experiment ; it has been tested, and its enormous sale is due solely to its - merit. H is made on honor, and good housekeepers wy SANTA CLAUS SOAP "is a necessity." Don't iet your dealer five you some other kind, if he hasn't anta Claus, but insist on having only SANTA CLAUS SOAP. . 1I.K.FAIRBANX ft COMfra, Chicago, Hi EAILR0AD TIME TAELE Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha - . l Nebraska Division. , . TBAU.S. j LEAVE. I ARRIVE. Sioux City express ... i. .... ami 1:35 pm Norfolk passenger 3:05 pmi10:30 ara Omaha accommodation..... 3:05 pm 2:50 pm . Ponca passenger............ 4:05 pm 9:2Q am 1 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Western Division. . - 1XAVK. AKRIVS. St. Paul and Kansas City ; , 1 - limited.. ... ..t .......... ... 9:45 pm 5:53 am St. Paul day express........ 8:90 am :06 pm Dakota exprees........... T :00am 10:30pm 1 J ';'S l Union raclflc ... . . TBA1SS., . .r j LKAVB. AK&XVX' Pacific Expres8.7..-V... 6:50 pra 4:45 pm ;. 2g7.??rt5:..1Illlnola Central. - . . : . TRAINS. .; . - ; .. LAVK. AERIVK. Day passenger.; ...: 9;10am Spm Night express...! v. ?:45pn. 7:00 am Fort Dodge passenger. . . . . 3:45 pm ll :55 am . Chicago, nd Northwestern. TBAIKS. , . . , . 1 IXAVE. A.RKIVK. Chicago Velvet, limited...:. 3:50 pm 10:85 am Des Melnes express. . . , . . .'. 9:00am 6:55 pta Southern limlted..,...:t..... B:25pm 11:05 am ' . Sioax City and Pacific t - TRAIS8. ... , LEAVE. AUKIVK. Chicago limited...... 8:50pm 10:25am Kansas City express........ $:25pm 11:25 am Kansas City limited;...,.... 8:00am 9:35pm Onawa accommodation'. .... 12:40am 3 :00 pm Pacific Short Line. TKAIN3. , - LEAVft. AH RITE. O'Neil, Plainview, Randolph ;; and Allen.. '3:45pm 11:00 am . sr Sioux City and Northern. ' ' - ; ; TRAINS. - . . LXAVK. 1 ARRIVE. Garretson passenger,...'.... ..7:15am 6:C0pm i St. Paul and Minneapolis ' '-. passenger.'. ..... ' 5:25pm 8:30am . THE JA3. EL FltJDTJCE Cooperative Boiler Gp. First and Wall Streets, Sioux Citj, Iowa. Tour patronage . solicited, both in new and old work. .Estimates furnished on Boilers, Tanks. Smoke . Stacks, Breach insrs, and all kinds of Sheet Iron Work,' All; TFork guaranteed. ' Daily, except Sundayr 15:10 P. M. on Sunday. Chicaim; Milwaukee and StL Paul and Sioux City and Northern trains leave from the depot on Second street, between Douglas and Pierce. ah oiner trains leave rrom we. union depot on First street, between Nebraska and Jackson. - Slonx City XUpld Transit Bailvra)'. Leave Arrive Leave - - Arrive " MVg Side Leech St Leech. St. M"n'g Side. t :15 Ai M. 6:30 A. If. 6:35 A. M. 0:50 A. K. 7:10 7:85 " 7:30 7:45 7:50 8:05 8:lS " 8:30 8:35 8:50 ' 9:00 " 9:15 9:40 t 9:55 M- t!0:00 t!0:15 ' ? 10:40" t10:55 " - tll:00 ' tll:l5 " .11:40 " ' tll:65 M 12:00 K. 12:15 P. K. 12:40 P. K. 12:55 P. M. .1:00 P. M. 1:15 " t 1:40. 1:55 - 9K , 8:15 ' t 2:40 2:55 I 3:00 - t 8:15 " t3:40" 3:55'" ; t im t 4:15 t4:40 f4:55 - tOO,4 6:15 - 5:25; T: 5:40 5:45 ' i 6:00 t 6:10 ; " 6:35 ' 6:90 6:45 7:03 " ' 7:15 " 7:25 - 7:40 9:40. 9:55 " 10:00 " ? 10:15 " t!0:35 : 10:50 " 11:00 " 11:15 " , Daily except Sunday. tDally. Extra trains will be run upon application ti accommodate entertainments. , -- , . . J. S. WATTLES, Gen. Mgr. TO ALL POINTS . , . . .Bail road Tieketa BouchU Bold and . '. -. -. Kxchangeo. . : ' -. -Member of American Ticket Broken Aaaoclatios CHASJEISEMANTICKET BROKER ' !, AND COSIinSSIOSED A0EJJT. and Pelrce Utreeta. under Sioux Rations ";.r"... . Bank. : :.;'. ! . - y.-. . . V?' I Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis jfi- and tfrhaha Railway aa two trains' daily between Sioux City, Bt. -1 and Minneapolis. , , - ; PUIXMAN SLEEPING CARS on night trains.' PABLOR CARS on day traina. : fcl-STHlS IS THE V : SviiblK1 Olxoxrt nouto nesota, Montana, Lake Buperior and Pacific Coast Points. -, ; . , Is the only' line between Sioux City and Ke ' . braska points connecting at Blair and Nor- . ,1'llolki.for JT, E.s & M.-.V. point and ;griH3Ay Black Hills. . ',,.. PAKLOIi.' CARS on the Bioux City and Omaha trains. -. , . Through connections via Alton with Chicago A Northwestern Railway for Iowa and South Dakota points. - j Try this Route when you Travel. j Q. F. WHEELOCK, Agent, Union Depot. " S. G. RTBICKLAND, Genl Agent, ' " 103 Fourth btreet, Bioux City, Iowa. CHICAGO 4, NORTH WESTERN R'Y. FREMONT, ELKHORN &MO.VAL.R.R. SIOUX CITY A PACIFIC Rl R. ' ' PASSENGER STATION Nebraska and Second Streets. . Telephone S3. -,G. V. : WHEELOCK, Ticket Agent. crrr freight and ticket office . " FOURTH AND NEBRASKA STS. ; V - Telephone 617. II. G C1IEYNEY, General ARent, bioux crrr, iowa. H. f- BUBT. : ' .J. B, BUCHANAN. , Gen'l Manairer. 3 - Gen'l Fasa. Ag't istftW: PA! HLESS GHILOBiSTf! AND EASY LAQOli ,4 Purely Yfta"3le and perfectly 1" ' hamlees. Sold Ur a'J CrtiffTjti, or arnv pot-"R a, m pi aw wrapper oa receipt of fest. Writ fnt'rcolar. TBE& OtAdS MKDICU COn For aala by Lot E. Wasaer, 1230 Focrth Street, or E. Crady, 417, Fourth Street, drnggiBta. '- ureaS, I ioDAyaj i OaaraatM4 mm M S Big O x ecrnowledjej the - leading remedy for OoEorrhce afc CleeU The only aaio remedy for XeneorrbceAorWhites, 1 prescribe it and feel safe in recommending it to all nfftrert. A.J.STONER.H.D, DZCATTTX. lLta EoI4 by Brarvisa SCHIFFHAMN'S ASTiL'.'A CURE Isrtutly Mtlcro fin wtmt vtcWt ,ttck u4 team lortobi tlm. HO WllTlSfi for Ei-'LITS. Eicf w4 Vy ialiaiuMB, ') cUa I nwliut, a, net aod certain, ad a ar li th iwalt In til emu out. 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