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I. x The ipLakb Texbotte: Thursday Mobotntg, April t, 1904; tm
A I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j
I WALL STREET AGAIN
Speculators Holding- Back and the
Market Was Irregular Through
out the Day.'1
NEW YORK, April G. Thero was
breadth and variety again In the stock
market today, and some evidence of grow
ing: outside Interest, The largest part of
' the trading, ho.wever, was still In the
handB of professional operators, and the
early activity was not well maintained.
Tho latter part of the day showed signs
of lassitude In tho movement. Largo at
tention was given to the quarterly report
of the United Statos Steel corporation,
and tho opinions held on the showing
played an Important part in the wholo
mnrkct. The wide opening1 In United
Statos Steel preferred on the salo of 8000
shares nt 691 and 60U. an extreme ad
vance of Vft, was evidence that a con
siderable short Interest was dlpngreoably
surprised by the character of tho show
ing. The net earnings for tho quarter
were In excess of most of the previous
estimates, and much wan made of the pro
gressive improvement shown In the earn
ings from month to month and also to
the growth of over 900,000 tpns on the or
ders On hand compared with those re
ported on December 31.it lost. In tho
day's consideration of tho report, allow
ance was mado from the nominal influ
ence of thp season of the year In somo
Improvement In the trade, whether In
good years or poor years. Tho same nor
mal tondency is looked for to contlnuo
the Improvement for the coming quarter.
I Iho Inclination was to draw a cheerful
augury from tho report, although somo
misgivings were caused by the reactionary
movement In the stock after tho, open
ing. Union Pacific also continued to hang
back, with somo effect upon sentiment. A
contributory cause to tho reaction was
the unexpectedly heavy engagement of
gold for export. Tho amount was not
larger thnn had been looked for at tho
opening of this week, but yesterday's
movement In the exchanges seemed to
have averted the movement Little Im
yortanco is attached to tho outward How
of gold at tills time, with monoy on call
hard to lend even below 2 per cent, and
with tho Inflow of Japanese gold at San
Francisco 3tlll In progress. The news of
the salo of a J14.WO.0CO Issue of Chicago.
Burlington & QuJncy bonds was a grntlfy
n Ing contrast to tho recent makeshift nolo
mm Issues by railroads at high Interst rates
If,' i nnd was regarded as significant of an
H Improving demand for bonds. Realizing
H mado Its Impression on the late market,
and a renewal of the upward movement
M in tho United Statos Steel preferred did
'JM not prevent a rather Irregular close.
1 Bonds were active and firm. Total
' Ml sales, par value, $3,290,000.
'.iflP! NEW YORK BOND LIST.
ml USref2sreg ..103?i Man con g 4s.. 102
Ki CPU"011 1C6,i Mex Cent 4s ... 64;
L S 3s reg 105; 1st lno 13
mm ,.cvounon 307 Mhin & St L 4s. 93
mm T S n 4a reg ..132 Mo K & T 43 .. mi
MM Coupon 133 2s 78Vj
mm V S old 4s rcg .107i Nnt R R of Mex
mM . cuPn lOrH con -4s 73
Atchison gen 4s. m N Y Cent g 3s. OS
NLL . A ; J Cent g 5s . 12S?i
Hpr Atlantic C L 4s. 92i Nor Pac 4s . . .103
H Bait & Ohio Is.. 10014 3s 72
V, 3':S - v 94 iVorf & " c is. 97V
Wm Y C,of ,Gcor5la 5s.l06; O S L is & p..
f S,, ,hl? Vft '1S?-4 R?adnK ?on 4s. f.6-4;
lF S 9 J? 4s W1 St L & S F fg 4s S2V,
I C M ftSPc 4s.l0S- St L S W la ... 94"J
ittl N PS 1211 Seaboard A L 4s. 63
fro ' C R, - P 4s v714 So Tnc 4s S9V
Mlg. . C C C & S L g 4B.1C0H Tex & Pac Is . .117
'hay Chic Term Is ..SO T St L &W 4s. GS
por Con Tob 1 4e . . 59Vi U P 4s lWi
Lrlo p lien 4s .. 974 Wabash la lictf
i gen 4s So?,; Deb B CITi
Hock Val 44s ..lOGfc Wis Cent 4 .... SD'i
L N unl Is .. S354 C F & I con 5s. 72
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
, , . , Sales. High. Low. CIopo
Atchison 2S.700 73i, 784 733Ji
t preferred 4.400 93'- 92 &3i
. , Baltimore & Ohio. 9.C00 Slli S&H SI
1 referred 200 00 90 no
(:ana Pacific ....... G.S00 11G licJ lic4
r ent of N Jcr ... . 200 lCSi 160 if.S
Chesapeake & Ohio. 1,200 33 33 33V
Chicago & Alton... 200 3S 37A
Chi & Gt West .... 1.700 17 iwi igm
Chi & Northwest.. 300 1717h 171Vj 171i
Chi Mil & St Paul.. 21,600 14o4 145?, 1451?
r.r,renf.crrC:do 1(0 175 I7'"' ' &
. , J Chi Term & Trans. 200 10 9;
,,-.1 prcfciTcd 600 21i 21 ' 2iW
vZ-AJ C C C i St L 1,700 7?i 7o',i 76i
;l Colorado South. ... S00 17 17 " 17
' A 1st preferred , y
' dfl 2n1 Preferred 100 24V1 24ii 21
pa Del & Hudson. 2.000 l.ilH 1G3- 153
ivut Del Lack & West.. 2,100 274i 270 73
K;r Denver & Rio G ... 00 21 2iy3
Sgjt? preferred 3 70' CMi 7o(i,
itji' Erie 24.GOO 2714 2W
si 3 fit preferred 4,903 63 64 Vt
ntm 2nd prcforrd 200 . 41ft 41 41'
fxm Hocking Valley .... 300 72' 71 70
'Vamm preferred 700 Mil 0U S0A
, Ililnols Central .... KO 131 130V- IS'W'd
CjM Iowa Central ICO 19i J9-',; 19
U'llJ Kan City South .. 200 IDVt 19 19
'11 preferred 200 36 35Vo &G
li'A Loulsv & Nashv ., 3,2(i0 lWii lOSi ICS".
fimtl Manhattan L UA 1424 1424 142 "
7Mn Metropolitan Sec ICO SO 80 79
0 Metropolitan St Ry 2,600 11G 13 1141
iMk Minn & St Louis .. . .. .... .... .is
rWL Minn St P & S S M 306 62?i 62. 62
K;Wm preferred ... no
Jmml Missouri Pacific .. 23.900 91U. iZK 93V
-'Ml! M K & T W) lSt IS lTTi
.Mm preferred S00 40'.-i 38,'.
jH . Nat R R of Mex l
H Now York Central. 1.4(0 117',t 117'A
EH Norfolk S: Western 2,1 CO oS1 SS?1
PBHI Ontario & Western. 2,600 22 2l?i 2W
Pcnntlylvanla ...... 41.201) 119'A llii 11S
JM p c c i st l..... ci
Reading 11,500 45 41 44Ai
1st profcrrcd 77 u.
J9mm -na Preferrel 53
Jtock Island Co .... 17,201 24 23'A 23&f,
nt-B preferred- 3,300 C3U CU14 aj
PaWM St L &. 8 F 2nd pfd' 2,200 47y. 43Vi 46'A
'jBI St Louis Southwest 100 14 14',& 14'I
Jmrnm preferred 900 39Vi 35
Wmmm Southern Pacific ... 70,100 Gl; Soy. 50.
H Southern Railway . 3.200 22lI 22i 22
mmm preferred lCk &4 8l-yH .S4A
Toxaa & Pacific ... 1.C00 24 24V, 2 PA
mmm toi st l & av ico 25Vi 2H
VHI preferred ,. 100 25 33 3 '
mm Union Pacific 52.900 S9l S9
preferred 2,300 91 93 93TA
'-Jmm , Wabash .. 201 19 19?J 191
Ssmm V preferred .......... 5, 103 33 3S 3Sv2
X'MMM Wheeling & L Erie
"Wisconsin Central . -tOO lSi 1SJ 1SV.
fkwm preferred . 200 1114 41 41
t;jvH Express Cos
mWM Adams 220
'iH American , .... 190
'CmwE' Unltod States 05
JjjH VoUs-Fargo l:0G
JHl Well Again.
H The many frlenrla of John Blount will
H bo pleased to learn that he has entirely
PPH . recovered from hla attack of rhouma-
?l3H V tlsnu Chambarlaln'B Pain Balm cured
'B f him after tho best doctors In the town
unH fMonon, Ind.) had failed to give relief.
YH The prompt relief from pain which thin
1H liniment affords Is alone worth many I
&jH t'mea Its coat. All druggista. j
-4- New York S 540
-f San Francisco 54c -r-
f London Slid -f
4- New York exchange ..Jtf.STlS.OO -f
f STOCKS AND BONDS.
-f Railroads Irregular; Govern- -f
-f ments steady. -f
-f- GRAIN AND PROVISIONS'
Wheat Active, higher. -f
-f Corn-Weak. -4-
4- Oats Slow. -4-
-4- Provisions Unsteady. -4-
-t- LIVE STOCK. -
Cattle Steady to stronger.
1 TogH Lower.
4- Sheep Strong to higher. -4-
Amal Copper 39.700 51 50i E04
Amer Car & Found 1,30) 20V 19 IflTjj
preferred 20) 73 72 73
Amer Cotton Oil 29
Amor Ice 200 7?i 7i 7U
preferred 400 2714 27ii 271A
Amer Linseed Oil r... S5
Amer Locomotive . SCO 22 21T& 22
preferred 300 S2t S2 S2t
Amer S R 100 4S' AV- 4S
preferred 900 93-ji 93', 92
Amer Sugar Ref . 20.000 127s 127 120vi
Anaconda Min Co. . 700 71 701i 70
Brooklyn Rap T.... 12.40) 44 44V4 44Vi
Colo Fuel '& Iron... 4.400 32M 30(i 31
Consolidated Gas .. 3,000 200H 1991& lMTi
Corn Products , 13
Distillers' Sec 400 . 23 22(
Gen Electric .. . 20) lGtt;, 164 W
Interna Paper . . . .. 100 12 12 J2'-i
preferred 10) G1?J C7H 67',
Interna Pump 37 ,
preferred ICO 77,$ 71Vj 77
National Lea1 114
North American ... 10) S3 S5 S44
Pacific Mall 200 28 23 2S
People's Gas 1,70) 97 96
Pressed Steel Car . SO) SO 29 29',
Pullman Pal Car :.. 209
Republic Steel 900 S TTi 7
proferred 3,10) 47 46Vi 47a
Rubber Goods 30) 19i 1914
Tenn Coal & Iron-. 3,700 40"i 40V1 . 40U
U S Leather 4C0 7 7 G-i
proferred 7Si 7SVi 7SU
U S Realty' 1,000 6 6Vi GV;
preforred 3.1C0 54 r3 53Vs
U S Rubber E00 14 14 13
preferred 00 119 f.S
U S Steel 2.40) 11 11 lift
proferred 117,30) 60H 69 GOfe
Westlnghouso Elec 16)
Western Union 100 S3 S9 SSA
Northern Securl 9S
Total pale3 for tho day, 617,100 shares.
Money and Exchange.
NEAV YORK. April C.-CIoso:
Money on call easy, 11?2 por cent;
closing bid and offered, 1 por cent.
Time loans, easy; sixty days, 253 per
cent; ninety days, 2&3 per cent; six
months, 34 per cent
Prime mercantile paper, 4U5 per cent.
Sterling exchange llrm. with actual bus
iness In bankers' bills at Ji.S7.33ff4.S7.40 for
demand and at fi.SI..Sl.OO for sixty
Posted rates, J4.S5H'S4-K.
Commercial bills, ?4.&!ft4.S4.
Bar silver, cents.
Mexican dollars, 43 cents.
Bonds Governments, steady; railroads,
Gold for Europe.
NEW YORK. April 6. Lazard Frcres &
Co havo engaged $1,009,000 gold, and Gold
man. SachH & Co 3850.000 at the assay of
l.ce for shipment to Europe by tomor
row's steamer, probably destined for Pa
ris. Later In the day Larard Frcros engaged
an additional 5500,009 gold for shlpmont to
Sliver and Drafts.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 6. Silver bars,
5ie; Mexican dollars, nominal. Drafts,
slcht. 124o; telegraph, 15c.
WASHINGTON. April 6.-Today's
statement of tho treaaury balances In tho
general fund, oxcluslvo of tho $150,0(0,(00
gold rewcrvo in the division of redemp
tion, shows: Avallablo cash balance,
$224,112,2S7: gold, $118,919,189.
NEW YORK, April C. Tin, which ap
pears to be tho object of somo specula
tive manipulation, broko sharply In tho
London market, declining 1 Cs to fl57 6d
for spot and 12" 10s for futures. The lo
cal market was also easy, closing at
Copper continues very firm locally.
Lake is now held at $13.2G'8il3.50; electro
lytic at $13.123-13.25, and casting at
$12.57(513.12', Tho London market, how
ever, worken a little lower, declining
about 2s Od for spot, which closed at &8
12s 6d, while futures were 5b lower at
5S 7s Cd.
Lead was firm here at 3l.6054.C3, while
In London It advanced 2s Cd to 12 Cs 3d.
Spelter was Arm at recent prices, $o.25
1515,30 in tho local market, but was higher
in London, closing ot 22 5s.
Iron closed at 5s 3d in Glasgow and at
44s 6d in Middlosboro. Locally Iron con
tinued firm. No. 1 foundry Northom Is
quoted at J15.2W715.7G: No. 2 foundry
Northern ot J14.7515.25; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft
CHICAGO. April C Cattle Rccolpts,
18,000; market, strong to 10c higher; good
to promo steers, $S.25!j6'i5; poor to me
dium. $3.75-'QG.O); stookers and feeders. $2.50
(54.35; cows. $2.OfM.40; heifers, $2.00-4.75;
canncra, ?3.0O?iC,B0: bulls. $2.254.25;
calves, $2.5936.C0; Toxa3 fed steers, il.00
Hogs Roceipls, 22,000; tomorrow, 20,000;
left over, 671S; market mostly 5c lower;
mixed and butchers, S5.1IV3S.35; good to
choice heavy, 5.255 rough heavy.
$5.1035.25; light, $5.0056.20. bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts, 1S.CO0; market strong;
lambs. 10c higher: good to choice weth
ers. $..25SK,25; fair to choice mixed, $3.50
tfio.30; Western sheep, $4.0055.35; native
Inmbs, J4.0O35.50" Western lambs, 51.25
KANSAS CITY. April C.-Catllo-Ro-coiptH
7000; market steady; native -steers.
$3.t0fj5.25; native cows and heifers, $2.00W
4.30, slockers and feeders, $3.0O3-i.G0; bulls.
$2.50J?3.SS. calves. $2 75BC.C0; Western
steors. $3.Gifi'-l.C0: Wcslorn cows. $2.O)S'3.60.
Hogs Receipts 9000; market 5o lower; bulk
ot ijes, M.00fi5,15; heavy, $5.1035.20: pack
ers, $5.00o.l5; pigs and llghtH, $4.CGS5.10.
Sheen Receipt 4000; market strong; mut
lonK $4.25?j5,30: lambs, J5.25ft5.SS; Tango
wethers, M.SO'g'S.SO; owes, $3.00tj4.TG.
SOUTH OMAHA, April C.-Cattlc-Rc-cclpts
500; market steady to stronger.
Native fltcera, T3.5O2iS.00, cows aud hei
fers, ?3.035.rX); canncrs. $2.0O5$2.85; stock
era and fcoders, $2.90.1?4.20, calves, S3.003
6.00; bulls, stags, etc, $2.60g3.73.
, Hogs Receipts 9500. Market 5 to 10c
Idwor; heavy $4.O)S5.03: mixed S4.90i7.195;
light. $1.9050.05, pigs, $1.00i?..7o; bulk ot
Sheep Receipts 6500. Market stronger,
10c higher; Westorns, 54.750.30: wethers.
$4.60ai.25; owes. $4.0050.00; common and
Htookers, SS.Ojg'-lJo; Inmbs, S.09gi5.85.
Now York Cotton.
NEW YORK, April C Tho cotton mar
ket opened at a decline of 2'QilO points,
and closed steady, with the market a
few point off from tho top In somo ln-
"g--gSBCn- - 1111 it
HIGHER PRICE FOR
BEEF 1$ EXPECTED
Home-Grown Meat Is Getting- Scarce
Butter Is liaised 5 Cents
Consumers must expect a raise In the
prico of beef within a Xew days. At pres
ent tho dealers are depending on Eastorn
supplies. Homo-grown products aro
scarce In the markets at present, and it
seems likely from tho indications that it
will ho a considerable time before there
is a sufficient quantity to meet tho de
mand. Owing to the bad weather aud the
various factors that havo been sending
up tho pricCB on the grain market, feed
is getting very scanty. In consequence
live stock will probably havo to be turned
out on the rango to fatten up, and tho
market will ho obliged to rely wholely on
Eastern beef. Up to tho present tlmo
prices have boen etcady on tho meat mar
kot, but a change Is expected soon.
The expected rlso in tho prico of but
ter will tako effect today Largo quan
tities nro now being shipped out and to
meet the demand the dealers havo decid
ed to ralso tho price 5 conts per pound.
Tho wholesale figure is now 25c, retail,
The lack of poultry Is beginning to bo
felt. Chickens aro now charged at from
16', to 17 cents por pound- Although tho
demand Is not strong, tho supply is hard
ly adequate. ,
Tangerines, which aro not very common
in the local fruit scores, appeared yester
day, a fair-sized consignment having ar
rived In tho morning. They nro soiling at
CO cents per box, 100 In thn box.
A largo supply of oysters wos brought
In yesterday, but they are not selling so
quickly as tho last lot.
Hay, Grain and Straw,
Oat straw, per bale $ .307? .35
Timothy, per ton, baled 15.0O5jMG.0O
Wheat, per bushel l.Olfl) 1.10
Corn, por cwt 1.30? 1.10
Corn, cracked 1.351.15
Oat l.Coft 1 60
Rolled oats l.g1.70
Barley, rolled 1.35
Flour, bakore' No. 1: 2OJj) 2.40
Flour, straight grado 2.30) 20
Flour, high patent 2.50b 2.70
Graham flour 2.40fl; 2.60
Cornmcal l.SOfi) 2.0)
Bran 1.00$ L10
Bran and Shorts 1.10g 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound $ .03) .07
Dressed pork, per pound .07T4
Dressed veal, per pound .09
Dressed mutton, per pound 053) .07
Dressed lambs, per pound .07
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.59
Spring lambs, quartor, retail... 1.25jjl.75
Dressed hens, per pound $ ,1&S .17
Dressed turkeys .22
Ducks, per pound .17
Live poultry, per pound ,. .15
Llvo spring chickens lSVs. 17
Frozen broilers 20& .23
Scnta Paula lemons, por box...$i.O54.50
Tangerines, por 10) .50
Maine lemons, por box 3.CO84.00
California oranges, per box 2.00ji2.75
Figs and dates 5c, Sc, 10c
California rhubarb, per lb...... .OS
Utah rhubarb, per lb .OS
Pineapples, per dosen..... 4.50
Beet sugar, per 100 $ 5.S9
Cane sugar , - 6.90
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.50
Utah onions 3.504.00
California onions 4.0OHI.50
Utah celery, por dozen SOgl.OO
Cabbages, per 100 3.00y3.50
Parsnips, per 103 1.23
Turnips 1 25
Green onions, per dozen .20 .23
Utah cabbago lettuce 40fil .60
Radishes 40fr .43
Tomatoes, crato 4 50
Asparngus ,. ., .15
Oleomargarine $ .".3fi .16
Butter, per pound 20g .25
Cheese, per pound .123
Eggs, por case 5.50
Fancy cheese, per pound .13',i
Comb honey, per crate 2.73
Strained honoy, per pound .07
Swoltzer cheese, por pound.... .IS
Llmburgor choHe, per pound.. .15
Cream brick cheese, per pound. .17
Edojn cheese, per dozen 12. CO
Salmon $ .15
Mountain trout .30
Striped bass, per pound .15
Shad, per pound .12
Mackinaw trout .117
Soles, per pound .09
Flounders, por pound .09
California emolts, per pound... .12
Codfish, per pound .13
Catfish, per pound .13
I'oroh, por pound .10
lobsters, por pound -15
New York oysters (counts), per
Pcroh .. .12
stances under realizing, but at a net ad
vanco of 317 points.
NEW YORK, April 6. Cotton futures
closed steady. April, $14.52; May. $14.69;
Julv. $14.93; August, $14.40; Septerabor,
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, April 0. Cash wheat was so
scarce today that sales of No. 1 North
om were mado here at o over the May
price, a premium hlghor than any hith
erto paid this Boason. Tho result was a
sharp rally In speculative prlcos, the clos
ing llgures on tho July option showing a
gain of ic over Monday's final quota
tions. Corn and oata are each up a
shade. Provisions arj off 7fi'20c.
Weakness in foreign grain markets nnd
favorablo weather throughout tHo United
tatoa caused liberal profit-taking In wheat
early in tho day. The majority of re
ports from the Southwest noted an im
provement In crop prospects now that
rain and milder temporaturo havo had
tlmo to nhow their effect. Advices from
tho NorthwcHt also reported prospects
good for early seeding. Sentiment con
sequently was quite bearish, and selling'
orders In largo numbers came out at tho
start. Initial quotations on July were
down to lo at 65 to 85c During tho
first hour no Hupport woo forthcoming,
and prices declined still further, July
Belling off to 76&C.
At this louver point thero was much
covering by ahortH. Many of tho earlier
sellers turned buyern. As tho session ad
vanced the situation, becaroo ntrongor,
the demand- becoming moro general in
There was good buying by the North-
weal under tho Influence of a better do-
mand for flour at Minneapolis. Much of
tho lato bullishness, however, was due
not only to the strength of tho cash sit
uation, but to reports of fair export busi
ness at tho seaboard. Tho market closed
strong at tho top, final figures on July
bein at SGc. May sold between 92 and
94c, ad closed at 9Jo. Clearances o
wheat nnd flour were equal to 492,000
Primary receipts wero 653,303 bushels,
against 65.10O a year ago, Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of
241 cars, compared with 274 cars last week
and 109 cara a year ago.
Undor the impreBBlon that the prlnolpal
long was disposing of hla line, pit trad
ers and small holders sold corn freely
early in the day, causing an extremely
weak market. July opened to H0c
lowor at 62 to 62c, Bold between Gl
nnd otyiC. and closed ot E5c. Local re
ceipts wero 317 cars, 41 of contract grado.
Oats followed tho couso of wheat and
corn, being weak early on goncral selling
and rallying laetr on liberal covorlng by
shorts. After opening to c lower at
37 to 37c, July ranged between 3P,i nnd
3SVc, nnd closed at 3SVic Local rcvclpts
wero 198 cars.
Provisions wero weak on persistent
foiling by commission houses, In faco of
only a modorate demand. Tho early
weakness in grnlns and a decline of 10 to
15c in tho prico of hogs woro tho main
bear factors. The market closed wenk,
with July pork lTO-g'-c lower at $12.1214.
July lard closed down 7',4c ot $7.02Va. and
ribs woro also off 7V&c at J6.92V6,
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2
May 93 9I7A 92 94
July (old; .... 87 SS S'Ni SS
July (now) .... S5 fj, S5Vi S5-,
Sept (old) Sl S2i Si S2,
Sopt (now) .... S0 gl',4 7S 81
Corn No. 2
May 65 &5 &3i f
July 52VA B3l 51 62T4
Sept 51 ft 52 00U Bl
Onts No. 2
May , 39 3?- 3Sty 39ft
July 37T4 "ft 37Vi 3S
Sept 32 32 31 3245
Mchs Pork, per bbl.
May 13.00 15.02ft 12.ST 12.95
July 1.1.15 13.25 13.02ft 13.12ft
Lard, per 10? IbB.
May 0.90 G.90 G.S2ft G.So
July 7.02ft 7.C6 C.97ft 7.02ft
Short Ribs, per 10) lbs
Mav C.S2ft G.S5 6.75 fi.SO
July G.Sift 7.00 G.SO G.93ft
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour
casv. No. 2 spring wheat. 97c; No. 3, S7
fiCSc; No. 2 red. 93ftCi$1.00'ft-, No. 2 corn.
Glfttti; No. 2 yellow, 6JVig54; No. 2
oats, S9Vi'&39ft: No. 3 white, 40tf42c No.
2 rye, 70c; good feeding barley, 3SS40o;
fair to cholco malting, 451j55c; No. 1
flax seed, $1.09; No. 1 Northwestern. $L1G;
prime timothy seed, S2.S0; mess pork, per
bbl. $12.S7ft13.00; lard, per 10) pound,
$S.TTftS6.80. short ribs (loose). $G.G2ftT0.75;
short clear sides (boxed), $7.25fi7.75; whis
ky, bals of high wines. J1.2S; cjovcr, con
tract grado, $10.75.
Articles Rccpts. Ship.
Flour, barrels 8609 GS.SO
Wheat, bushels W.OO) J.p00
Corn, bushels 490,600 119.900
Oats, bushels 535,10) 452.10)
Rye. bushels .11.009 17.409
Barlov, bushels 122.40) 57,100
On tho produce exchange today tho
butotr markot was steady. Creameries,
14Siftcc; dairies, 12fttf21c. Eggs, easy,
1616c. Chceso weak, 9JJ'10ftc.
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nnd W. H. Chadwlck. composing tho firm
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ST LOUIS, April G. Wool, steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, ISffi
22c light fino. l&ffliftc. heavy flue, 12f
14ftc, iub washed, 20TJ31c.
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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Kolth-O'Brlon Company. Prlnolpal place
of business. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Is horeby given that at a meeting
of tho board of directors of the Kollh
O'Drlcn Company, held at Salt Lako City,
Utah, '-n the 8th day of March, 1901, an
asses-smont of 60 per cent, to wit: $00 per
share, was levied upon tho outstanding
capital stock of the said Kolth-O'Brlon
Company, payable to E. G. Kidder, secre
tary of said company, nt room 100 David
Keith building. Suit Lako City. Utah, on
or beforo tho 2nd day of Mar, 1901 Any
utoek upon which said assessment may
remain unpaid on tho 2nd day of May,
1901, shall be dollnoucnt and advortlsed
for aalo at publio auction, and unless pay
mont Is mado beforo. will bo sold at the
offlco of said company on the fith day of
June, 1904, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day,
to pay the delinquent asaonment, togethor
with the costs of advertising and ex
penses of salo. E. G. KIDDER,
Room 100, David Keith building. Salt
Lake C7ty. Utah. ulG
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS STAB,
CONSOLIDATED MINING CO.
Thero will be a meeting of the stock
holders of tho Star Consolidated Mining
company at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon of
Saturday, the 9th day of April, 1904, at
Walker bank building, upstolri, at rooms
14 and IS. Salt Lako City. Utah, to con
Mdor matters of great and lmmcdlato Im
portance to all stockholder?;.
All stockholders are Invited to attend
and should attend.
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signers for furthor information.
NOTICE TO CBEDITORS.
Estate of Samuel E. Allen, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with vouch
ers to tho undoraigned at rooms 12 and 13
Walker's Bank building, Salt Lako City,
Utah, on or before the 30th day of July,
A. D. 1904.
Dato of first publication, March 24. A. D.
JOHN M, C. ALLEN,
Administrator ot Estate of Samuel E. Al
S. McDowell, Attorney for Administra
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estato of Letltla S. Kclsey, deceased.
The petition of Lewis P. Kelsey, admin
istrator of tho estate of Letltla S. Kelsey,
deceased, praying for an order of sale of
real property of said deccdont. and that
all persona Interested appear before the
said court to show cause why an order
should not bo granted to sell so much as
shall bo necessary, of tho following de
scribed real estate of said deceased, to
wit: An undivided flvc-twenty-fourths
(6-24) interest in tho Miner's Homo lodo
mining claim, an undivided one-fourth (Ai)
Interest in the Flclss lode mining claim
and an unknown Interest in tho Merrimac
lodo mining claim, has been set for hear
ing on Friday, tho 16th day of April, A.
D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the county
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clork of said court, with
tho seal thcroof affixed, this 30th day of
March. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk,
By David B. Davlos, Deputy Clerk.
Lawrenco & Shoup, Attorneys for Ad
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, In and for Salt Lako County, Stato
of Utah, departmont No. 1. In tho mat
ter of the estato of Thomas Miller, de
Tho petition of Elizabeth Livingston,
praying for tho admission to probato of
a certain document, purporting to be tho
last will and testament of Thomns Miller,
deceased, and for the granting of letters
tcstamentnry to hcrsolf. has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 15th day of April,
A. D 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the coun
ty courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clork of said court, with
tho Beal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of
April. A, D. 1901.
(Seal JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
Hurd & Wedgwood and A. L. Hop
pnugh. Attorneys for Petitioner. u490
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah, In tho matter of tho es
tate of John R. Park, doceancd. Notice.
Tho petition for approval and settlement
of annual account of tho executor of the
estate of John R. Park, decoased, has
beon set for hearing on Friday, tho 15th
day of April, A. D. 1904. nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thorcof affixed, this 31st day of
March. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
Stowurt & Stewart, Attorneys for Es
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, in and for Salt Lake county, Stato
of Utah. Dopurtmont No. 1. In the mat
ter of tho estato of Elizabeth PIxton, dc
Tho petition of Robert Pixton and Wll
lard Pixton, praying for tho admission lo
firobate of a certain dooumont, purport
ng to bo tho last will and testament of
Elizabeth Pixton. deceased, and for tho
granting of letters testamentary to them
selves, has boon sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 16th day of April, A. D. 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m.. at the county courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this SOth day of
March. A. D. 1801.
rSeal, . JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
James H. Moylo, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COUP.T. PRO
bato division, in nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Georsro J. Woodllng, deceased.
Tho petition of R. D. MoDonald, ad
ministrator of the estato of Georgo J.
Woodllng, deceased, for confirmation of
tho sale of the following described real
estate of said decedent, to wit: Lota six
teen (16), sovontecn (17), eighteen (18)
and nineteen (19), block one (1), amended
plat of Linden Park subdivision of lot 11.
block 21, Flvo-Acro plat "A," Big Field
survey, for tho sum of $ . and upon
tho following terms, to wit, cash or ono
half cash and om-luilf time not to exceed
ouo year from date of sale, as aDDearo
from tho return of sale, filed in this
court, has been sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 8th day of April. A. D. 190i. at
10 o'clock 0 m., at tho county courthouse,
In the courtroom of sold court, In Suit
Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Stli day of
March. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Dnvles. Deputy Clerk.
Frank H. Clark, Attorney for Peti
r r 'a.
DELINQUENT NOTICE. , .
; . '
AJax Mining company. .Location and
prlnolpal. placo of business S.'ilt Lako
City, Utah, Notice; Thoro aro delinquent
upon tho following described stock, on ac
count of assessment No. C. levied on tho
20th day of February. 1901. the several
amounts set opposite the names of the re
spective shareholders, ax follows:
Cert. Shares. Amt.
Armstrong Schlrmer &
Co. 312? SCO 26.00
trcorgo E. Armstrong
& Co 124$ 500 25.00
George E. Armstrong
& Co 249 600 25.09
George E. Armstrong
& Co 1403 600 23.00
Georgo E. Armstrong
& Co 1401 600 25.00
George E. Armstrong
Co 1403 COO 25.00
George E. Armstrong
& Co ..U05 KO 25.00
W. W. Armstrong ......1013 509 25.00
W. W. Armstrong 3tC0 10) 6.00
W. B. Andrew 1927 100 6.09
W. B. Aridrew 29S0 100 E.CO
Frank Arndt SO 100 5.09
Frank Arndt 892 1C0 5.C0
Frank Arndt 512' 60 2.59
Jrank Arndt 917 50 2.Z9
IL Bamberger 2435 100 5.C0
W. S. McCornlck trus
tee for L. P. Beyle.... 729- '10,000 ECO.O)
Barnctt & Langley 2351 100 6.0)
Barnott & Langley 2352 10) - 6.00
Barnott & Langley 2372 100 6.00
Barnctt & Langley 2513 100 6.00
Barnctt Langley 29 100 6.00
Barnctt & Langlev 2931 100 5.00
Barnott Langley 297C 10) 5.00
Barnett & Langley 3012 60) 25.00
W. J. Browning ..' H13 100 .5.00
R. J. Bonn , S2S 50 2.50
W. II. Blntz 331L 709 35.00
W. H. Blntz 3529 509 25.0)
W. H. Blntz !.T532 509 25.00
W. H. Blntz 3533 500 ' 25.00
J. H. Bel fuss 3527 40) 20.CO
Chae. II. Barton 3K9 1000 60.00
E. C. Coffin '....1723 100 6.00
H B. Colo 3561 100. 5. CO
W. H Clark lSf'S 100 ' 6.00
W. H. Clark 2077 "100 5.00
W, H. Clark 2283 100 0. CO
W. H. Clark 2493 1000 60. CO
W. H. Clark 231G 100 5.00
W. H. Clark 3IG7 100 6.00
Milllcent Collett 3329 200 10.00
Mrs. T. C. Chambcrlln..34CG 200 10.00
Georgo Curley 3CO3 1200 C0.00
H. W. Doscher 1012 10) 5.00
II. W. Doscher 33C5 50) 25.00
IL W. Doscher 3371 60) 25. CO
H. W. Doscher 3377 600 25.00
H. W. Doscher 33S3 500 25.00
H. W. Doscher 33S4 500 25.00
H. W. Doscher 335 500 25.00
H. W. Doscher S40 500 25.00
H. W. Doscher 3141 3C0 15.00
II. W. Doscher 3149 GOO 25.00
G. Dlnklage 27CW ECO 25.00
W. H. Dickson 2013 . 103 5.15
H. E. Deckcback 34S4 500 25.00
Flora DaviB 3il8 509 25.00
James M. Denny 3355 CO) 30.00
R. J. Evans 2153 10) 5.0)
R. J. Evnns 2921 ' 500 25.00
R. J. Evnns 2950 100 6.00
T. Egan 2703 109 5.00
T. Egan 3593 1009 69.00
T. Egan 3594 1000 69.00
T. Egan 3595 1CO0 69.CO
T. Egan 2596 209 15. CO
F. A. Earls 391G 250 12.60
James Evans W9 100 6. CO
J. S. Ferris Z'SA 100 5.CO
Jas. A. Fullcnwldcr ..,.3291 500 25.00
Jas. A. Fullenwlder ....3295 500 25.09
H. G. Fisher 3531 1000 59.0)
H. G. Flahcr 3633 10O) 60.00
H. G. Fisher 1..3037 10)0 50.00
H. G. Fisher 310 10)0 60.00
II. G. Fisher 3041 1000 60.0)
H. G. Fisher 3il2 1009 50.CO
H. G. Fisher 35-13 1000 50.09
H. G. FIshcr 3014 1000 60.00
II. G. Fl3her M15 C87 33.35
G. A. Glbbs 2141 100 5. CO
G. A. Glbbs 2142 10) 6.CO
O. B. Greene 3211 4CO 9.00
Peter Greaves, Jr. '.3919 10) 5.00
C. H. Glasser 738 100 , 5.00
C. H. Glasser : 739 10) 6.00
C. If. Glasscr 713 100 5.00
C. II. Glassor 7B1 100 5.0)
C, H. Glasscr 3357 10) 5.0)
C. II. Glasscr 33S 109 5.CO
C. H. Glasscr 33S9 100 ' 6.00
C. II. Glassor 3370 100 . 5.0)
F. D. Hlgglnbotham, Jr.247l 100 5.00
J. W. Hatfield 1GU 10) 6.00
J. W. Hatlleld 1G17 200 10.CO
E. A. Harlcnstcln 2171 10) 5.09
F. A. Iloock ; 2S51 609 25.0)
F. A. Hoock 3401' 600 23.09
F. A. Iloock 3402 509 25.0)
James Hegncy 2C52 50) 25.00
S. Hays 105 90) 1C0)
S. Hays 1CS5 2CO 10.09
S. Hnys 1CSS 2(0 10 0)
S. Hays 1GS7 600 25.00
S, Hays 1GSS 60) 25.00
Joseph Haluska 820 50 2 60
Nick Hansen 923 10) 5,09
Maudo Harold 3355 50 2.60
Thomo3 It. Homer 3599 500 25.0)
Thomas R. Hamor 3613 POO 25 00
W. II. Irvlno & Co 1631 100 6.0)
V. Jensen 2CC9 509 25.09
V. Jensen 3137 10) . 5.00
M. M, Johnson 3239 500 25. CO
T. A. Knickerbocker.... 420 50) 25.CO
T. A. Knickerbocker.... 693 609 25.09
William Klauso S57 200 10.O)
Ben D. Luce ...1902 209 10.00
W. J. Lawrenco 2103 10) 5.00
Georgo A. Lowo 103 10 .50
F. S. Luff 1749 10) 6.09
Joseph Llppman 3373 30) 15.0)
J. E. Malono 3201' 99 25.00
J. E. Malono 3295 COO 25.09
J. E. Malonc 3273 609 25.00
J. E. Malono 3274 6j0 25.00
J. E. Malono 330) 600 25.00
J. E. Malono 3302 COO 25.00
J. E. Malono 3303 50) 25.00
J. E. Malono 3301 1009 69.09
J. E. Malono .-..3305 1000 60.00
J. E. Malono 3503 10O) 60.00
J. E. Malono 3300 SCO 23. CO
Julius Meyer 27S2 109 5.0)
M. M. Miller 1CS1 10) 6.09
M. M, Mlllor 17S3 ' ICO C.CO
M. M Milter i;T5 10) 5.09
M. M. Miller 1913 10) 6.00
M. M, Miller 3152 600 25.0)
M. M. Miller 3131 200 10 00
M. M. Miller 3590 7 .35
E. D. Miller w.,.1276 10O 6.00
John Mulrooney 952 9 2.59
Frank Mooro 29SI KO 5;0o
Frank Mooro 3105 100 5.00
G. II. Marley 3HS 109 5.09
H. McCardoll 3351 109 6.00
Samuel Mclntyre GS2 10) 5.00
Samuel Mclntyre. Jr.... 497 10 .69
Mary and Margaret Mc-
nnh 697 inn K M
A. S. Norrlsh 31 IS 600 25.0)
A. S. Norrlsh 3163 600 25.0)
H. A. Nelson 3523 ICO 6.0)
Rev. G. M. Orvls 2699 100 5.00
John R. Pntlonco 1C03 300 15.0),
John R, Patlonco 1302 100 5.0)
John R. Patience 1320 ico 5.00
D. H. Pcery. Jr 144b iqo g.OO
D. II. Pcery. Jr 141S 100 5.00
D. II. Peory, Jr 14S7 KO 5.00
D. II. Pcery. Jr 1G50 109 5.0)
D. H. Pcery. Jr 1725 00 25.00
J. A, Pollock-& Co.. .3512 100 5.00
J. A. Pollock & Co.. .3604 260 12.69
J A. Pollock &. Co 3610 10CO 60.00
J. A. Pollock & Co ;il 600 25.00
M. S. Pcndergast 1364 100 G.OO
H. P. Poxton 383 200 10.OO
IL P. Pexton 3252 100 5.00
H. P. Poxton 3253 ICO 5.00
Goorgo Poters 2S00 1C0 5.00
George Peters 02 100 6.00
Georgo Peters 3S0O GCO 25.00
N. A. Page 3154 200 10.00
Sam Peterson. Jr 3o0s 1500 75.00
W. A. Rathsack 3197 200 10.00
W. A. Rathsack S265 00 5.00
C. S. RlchardHon 99$ 200 10.00
John liannum iS 100 5.0)
F. II. lloe 7SS 100 G.OO
It. W, Rodgorn ...52o9 500 25.00
R. W. Kodgera 3341 500 25.00
Sheets & Thompson ...,1669 100 G.OO
Sheets & Thompson.... 1741 109 5.00
Shoots & .Thompson. ...3417 ECO 25.CO
S. G. Saxninn 364S 5C0 3,09
S. G. Saxmnn 3055 coo .00
J. B. Thompson. ..1 36IC ECO 25.00
J. C. Thompson 2SS7 )0O G.OO
Wm. Thompson CTO joo 5.C0
M. W. Taylor 14a) 100 G.OO
Clarissa Tucker 3u07 375 is. 75
Jas. R. Tucker 3591 3Tf, 13.7,-,
John Thaucr 335S 609 25.00
John Thaucr 3859 GOO 25.00
John Thauer 33G0 500 25.09
John Thaucr 33G1 00 .0)
J. H. Vivian 1203 GOO 25.0)
John Thauer 3C2 60) 25,00
Utah Savings & Trust
Co 3591 5C0 25.09
Utah Savings & Trust
Co 2592 600 25.00
R. E. Waterman 1757 100 G.OO
R. E. Waterman 210? ico g.OO
E, M. West 255 C0 10.00
E. M. West 2677 "100 G.OO
E. G. Woollcy. Jr. IOTi . SO) 15.CO
D. L. Worthelmer ...,-,.2130'. ' 100 fi.oo
F. A. Work .-...2019 . 20) 10.C9
Otto Will 2550 301 16.CO
O. A. Whlltemorc 2713 GCO 25.00
C. S. Woods 1731 ICO 6.0)'
. tj , r2B
Cert. Shares. Am, ; H
-C. S. Woods 2217 100 6.09( ' trnWrnU
John A. Williams 35S3 30 1.60'
John W. Waltz 32S3 100 6. 0O mwM
W. R. Wlghiman 3353 50) 25.00 mwM
Junius Young 10S3 100 G.OO
'And In accorcrnncc- with law and an or- IH
dcr of tho board of directors, made on tho IH
20th day of February. 1904, so man IH
shares of each parcel of such stock 1 H
as ma.y be necessary, will bo sold at pub-; ' H
lie auction, at tho offlco of the nearotary, IH
room 305 Dooly block, Salt Lake City. IH
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 13th day of IH
April. 1904, at 11 o'clock a. m., to pay tho
delinquent assessment thereon, together H
with the coats or advertising and cxpenso H
J. M. BURT. Secretary. J
PROBATE AND GUABDIANSHTP '
Consult County Clerk or tho respectlvs
signers for further information, ' H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
Division, !n ond for Salt Lako County,
State of Utah mTMTM
In tho matter of tho estate and guar- ymwmm
dianahlp of Wiloy C. DlfC and Lots L. mWmWM
HIT, minors. Notice. H
Tho petition for approval nnd settle- H
ment of tho annual account of tho guardi- H
an of tho persons and tho estates of Wiley H
C. UlfC and Lois L. Iliff, minors, has been 1 . 1
set for hearing on Friday, tho 22nd day , B
of April, A. D. 104, at 10 o'clock.' a. m., 1
at tho county courthouse, in the cour I I H
room of said court. In Salt Lako City, I B
Salt Lake county, Utah. t
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof af fixed, this ,6th day.-oC I '
April, A. D. 1901. '
(Seal) 'JOHN JAMES, Clork. ; ,
By J. U. Eldredge, Jr., Deputy Clerk. , , H
J. R. Bowdle, Attorney for Petitioner. I ; 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. j
Estate of John Johnson, deceased. 1
Creditors will present claims, with H
vouchers, to tho undcrHlgncd, at offlco of H
Stephens &. Smith, Auerbach block. Salt mWrnW
Lake City, on or beforo tho 10th day of H
August, A, D. 1901. B
ANNA M. JOHNSON.
Administratrix of the estato of John
Johnson, Dcccnsed. !
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys.
Dato of first publication, April 7, A. D. '!
1901. u6W BBV
: : j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun-
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho 1
estate of Patrick Klnselln, deceased. No- ,
Tho petition of S. D. Evans, praying for
the Issuance to Utah Savings and Trust
company of letters of administration In '
the estate of Patrick Klnsolla, deceased.
has been set for hearing on Friday, th
8th day of April. A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse. In the
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City. Salt I-nke county,' Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
March, A. D. 1994. JOHN JAMES.
(Seal.) Clerk. IH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Petl-
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun-
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate .of James S. McNalr, deceased.
Tho petition of Morris L. Ritchie, nd-
mlnlstrator of tho estato of James S.
McNalr, deceased, praying for an order Hi
of sale of real property oi said decedent, VB
nnd that all persons interested appear be
foro tho said court to show cause why !
an order should not bo granted to sell so
much as shall be necessary, of the follow- 1 I
lng described real estate of said deceased. HJHJH
to wit' A tract beginning twenty (20) ,
chains north of the southwest corner of
section twenty-nine (29), In township eight
(8). range two (2) cast of tho Salt Lake-
meridian, Utah county, Utah, running 1 1
thence cast twenty (20) chains: thenco
north ten (10) chains; thenco west ten (10) )
chains; thence north fifteen (15) chains;
thence wept ten (10) chains; thenco south (
twonty-flve (25) chains to tho place of be- HH
ginning, containing thirty-five (35) acres: 1
Also one beginning eight nnd three-
fourths (S.75) chains east of the northwest I
comer of lot four (4), In section thirty (30), ,
In said township, running thence cast
thirteen nnd ninety-eight hundredths
(13.SS) chains; thence south seventeen and
nlnoty-sevcn hundredths (17.97) chains;
thence west twelve and fifty-one hun-
dredths (12.51) chains: thenco north thirty- J
two (32) degrees and thirty (30) minutes J
west two nnd seventy hundredths (3.70)
chains; thence north fifteen and seventy- J
three hundredths (15.73) chains to the place I J
of beginning, area twenty-four and nine- J
ty-slx hundredths (24.96) acres;
Also ono commencing twenty-two and I
soventy-threo hundredths (22.73) chains t
east and soventcen and ninety-one hun
dredths (17.91) chains south of tho north- j I HJHJ
west corner of said lot four (4) and run- .
nlng thence west twelvo and flfty-ono I
hundredths (12.51) chains; thence south j
thirty-two (32) degrees and thirty (30) min- i 1 v
utcs enat six and sixty hundredths (6.60) I
chains; thence south six and eoyentcen I
hundredths (6.17) chains; thonco eight ond .
seventy-three hundredths (3.73) chains; .
thence north ten and seventy-oight hun
dredths (10.76) chains to tho placo of be
ginning, containing ten and twonty-on
hundredths (10.21) ncres. all situated in
Utah county, Stato of Utah, has been set '
for hearing on Friday, tho 15th day of
April. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho ,
county courthouse, ,in tho courtroom of 1 u
said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako ' i
county n Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with , I
tho seal thereof affixed, tills 1st day of
April. A. D. 1904,
heal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. '
By David B. Davles. Deputy Qcrk. 1
Booth, Leo & Ritchie, Attorneys for ,
' ' mm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako county. 1
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es- (
tate of Emunuel Rauoh, deceased. Is o- , .
tlce. I BH
The cross-petition of B. B. Qulnn. pray
lng for tho Issuance to G. C. Hunting of
letters of administration in tho estate of 1 1
Emanuel Rauch, deceased, has been set
for hoarlrig on Friday, the 29th day of
April, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at Mmm
the countv courthouse, In tho courtroom 1 mmm
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Laka '
county, Utah. ... Hfl
Witness the Clerk of said court, with mmM
tho seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
April, A, D. 1904.
FSeal. JOHN JAMES. CTerk.
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy. Clerk. .
Frank J, Guatln, Attorney. u584
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-J i
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun-. )
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of th . ,
estato of Emauuel Rauch, deceased. , 1
Tho petition of S. D. Evans, praying for, r "B
the issunnco to G. C. Hunting of letters, Hi
of administration In the estato ot Eman- , ) mmm
uel Rauch, deceased, has been set for 1 , 'Mmm
hearing on Friday, tho 5th day of April, . 1
A D. 1901, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at tho coun-
ty courthouse, In the courtroom ctf said 1 till
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun-' iH
ty. Utah. :l
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with.
tho scnl thereof affixed, this 26th day of I j WM
March. A. D. 1901. i WM
rScnl. JOHN JAMES, Clerk. ,
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork. !
C. B. Jack, Attorney for Petitioner. Mm
" 1 i
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-1
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun- 1 I
ty, Stato of Utah, In the matter of thn 1 . I
estato of Afred Thompson, deceased.. , 1 'WW
Tho amended petition of Mlnnlo T fmWMmm
Thompson, praying for the Issuance to 1 ' flMmWm
Charles Baldwin of letters of admlnistra- Mmwm
tlon. with tho will annexed, in the estate 8rii
of Alfred Thompson, deceased, has been I HFiJlBMlBJ
set for hearing on Friday, thn 16th day ' p-HH
of April. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m,, at f
tho county courthouse. In tho courtroom 1 j 1 MmmmmM
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Bait (
Lako county, Utah. L f
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with r I1B1BH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of !
April, A. D. 1904.
rScal.1 JOHN JAMES, Clerk. ih !
By Helena A. Mcintosh, Deputy Clerk, 33
Eugene Lewis, Attorney for Petitioner, t