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R THE flATP TjATTR tJTKOTTE: STJSTDAY MOHOTSTG, MAY 1, 1904'. . ' 111
PWiththe Bankers, the Merchants -and the Brokers!' ")
1 Moves Upward
IB option in Wheat, as Also
H July, Takes a Skyward
iBrAGO. April 30.-Indlffcrcnt cables
W&IUint weather throughout the
lEWcst ond Southwest caused an
fMlttrt In wheat at tho opening, tho
Bllvery being down V4c at S4c. An
imlsslon houso demand, how
diveloped with shorts free- buy
Yt in consequenco tho May
I up About a cont, whno July
tog fartor In bringing out tho
lemand was tho almost sensa
lllsh crop news from tho Ohio
Si traders who have had an
fot viewing fields In that sec-
the past week found It dif
brcss tho extent of tho dam
rta i from such sources had
with tho generally bullish sen
jit traders. Another strength
ence was a good demandrfpr
rtldW and In tho North
iablo delay In tho oponing o.f
owing to strikes, tended to
the Bluatlon. as with the sup
at from Duluth cut oft thero
t better demand here,
knees In corn and a desire on
a few holders to take profits
y checked tho advancing ton
the close was firm and near the
Final quotations on July wero
ter the prico had touched SS,p
ranged between SSTiftOOc, clos
3 of wheat and flour wero
3,400 bushels. Primary receipts
bushels, against 363.800 bushels
o. Minneapolis, Duluth and
sorted receipts of ICC cars com-ntacty-slx
cars last week and
Market ncted heavy all day,'
ras very llttlo chango In prices
B the session. July opened un
n shade higher at 4SVfrfic.
d 4;t?4Saic and closed at 4SG
ranged between 45 and 4ic.
itfte Local receipts were V
fifteen of contract grade,
is some tfood buying in oats
e day. The market continued
I the last half hour, when some
mco was" lost on profit-taking,
lowcver, was firm. July opened
at 33c, sold up to &V:C and
&ic Slay fold between 40Mc
c and closed at 40ic. Local
ire fifty-two cars.
Ipal business In provisions wero
of changing from Iny to July.,
there was somo liquidation
mmteslon houses. Indications
eased hog receipts, which acted
sing Influence. The market
r with July pork down 7i c to
ily lard was oft GgTc at
1bs were down 2Joc at $0.40?
OF LEADING FUTURES.
Opto. High, Low. Close.
SO 90 S9'tJ
..... S5 mi 66
in) SIH Soft S4i fSVj
rid) . ... Sl 2 S1 Sl'fc
it) ... SOU K SO &3vi
'........... 4 l 46M,
4$ 4S4 47 AS
V?r .. . . 4? 4SVi 47 4S
? -iOtf 41 -WW 40
SO SOVi S9 00
bar 31 31A 31 21M
pork, ptr bbl
I . 12.02Vi 12.07V6 11,05 ll.'JTVa
;per 1M lbs.
t 6 53 0.52Va 6.50 6.50
... C.70 C.72V6 CC7V6 C.G7V6
kr .. . C 0 0.S5 0.S0 'C.S2
frlbs, per Kfl lbs.
jT C 25 C.27V6 C.1G G.17V6'
U 6.52 6.45 6.40 ' 6.42V6
ter G 57i G.C0 6.55- C.57H)
g! CASn QUOTATIONS,
(notations were as follower Flour,
VN'o, 2 spring wheat. OOfTO-lc; No. 3,
jto. 2 red, ?l.COffl.02. No. 2 corn,
fe; Xo. 2 yellow, GlVKifv2c; No. 2
fcg41c: No, 3 white, 40ff43Vo. Mo.
Wc. Good feeding barley, 30'i31Vsc;
Mice malting, 45'555c. No. T flax
td: o, 1 Northwestern, Sl.OS'.A.
toothy seed, J2.93. Mess pork, per
nlLW nZ: lard, per 100 pounds.
PTn; short ribs sides (loose). J5.00fi
Krt clear sides (boxed), W.50fG.75.
fi'WMs of high wines, 51.2S. Clover,
EIRTS AND SHIPMENTS.
F- , Rcc'pts, Shlp'ts.
fff"revbI 17.5CO 17.000
SSs?elB 13-COO 20,10)
rp-' luS.-JM 102,C0
EX.51 S5.C00 lOC.MK)
, 2.000 00
lMs WM ".000
W PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
-'Bl?.ro1ucc exchange todaV tho hut
,5sKJiT''a,slCAl1y' "eamery, llf723c;
-rt'KS0, "leady, at mark, 10g
iF easy. iiaovtc.
Stocl:s and Bonds.
- yORK. April 30. The banlc
'.ijB?1 the only news of the day
".Kri ImPrttlnt beai-Ing on tliu
..7fct and It was accepted with
'i" I'uls was partly due to
'JBrV, the statement wns not
Ifljwi. tG, 8howlng of actual condl
' jB, Jncroase, although a small
une cash Item of the bank In the
fjJK,1"6 largest gold exports on
..K "n. anomaly hi itself. It Is
iK ned by the fact iat the
-J,063 not rellcct the $3,700,000
i'K.v K?) d that went ut todav
w" he carried over Into
StKTv, 8tatemcnt. Even allowing
t-'BT.iash reserve Is more than
ilWM?. ,DeUcr than was estimated
sEtr0Wn movnents of monfty.
iLwfi? 01 dlcrepancy.
, n cxPccted In view of
railroad Issue notes. Fur--3s-Ihfta7.pccted-
ad the plnc
that tV.11 8 also Generally bc-
IISStto C f BOld "P 10 th,s
tlds i Morgan shipment that
lKma pfr,other PupPOEes than
1 4lKnnCa?al Payment, tho prln-,
llto b?n?f V'lch- therefore, rV
I l'opcrationV,l3(?d for Thft details
I 'io the WftVr? StU1 so'",hat ob-
BOW te8l.3 from llie bank
SS ll0df5?e,lt-' This un
3n of Z ,C actora in the
LEfiv!n fl?y s 8tock market.
SBSK1"" Total bond
i ' theS,dJ0r 0lock3 this
traQrs T V'Cratl0n3 0f U
-Mroflt n' Vain attempts to
, life ana Ibunn ;f lh0 markeL
lyWtlu mi?,, ndanco of money
pl b 10 Procure cash re-
4- Now York 5.1 ic -f-
4- San Francisco G4'jc -f
-f- London 25V4d -f
LEAD. - -f
4- New York exchontro ?4.0-I.C5 -f
f . COPPER v-f-
-f- New York exchange.. ?12.031S. 12
--"r--f- -H- -f
sources, and those who are not obliged
to sell have every incentive to beep
their offerings off the market, in view
of Its small power of absorption. At
the same time the abundant facilities
in tho money market have proved no
Inducement to operators to accumulate
stocks for speculative purposes, as
doubt and uncertainty over the future
course of values offer no assurance of
profits on tho operation. The market
is practically deadlocked in conse
quence. While money resources aro
abundant, this fact in itself is a cause
of anxiety over the business, prospects.
The enormous accumulations In the re
serve centers argue a decline in active
employment of money in trade. This
indication la strengthened by the re
port of mercantile agencies, which
show backward demand in many lines
and disinclination to enter on future
The slack demand for commodities
and the lessened output by producers Is
still ntttrlbuted In lanre part to thc
lateness of the season, the continued
cold weather decreasing the demand for
merchandise which usually develops
with the coming of warm weather. The
week's heavy exports of Eold, which
have reached a record, have not caused
a ripple In thc money market and no
obstruction to the movement by a rise
in interest rates Is indicated at pres
ent. It Is considered, therefore, that
practically all of the $40,000,000 payable
to the Panama canal stockholders will
go out in gold. The same abundance of
money resources Is found in London,
Berlin and Paris and early reduction
in the discount rate of the Imperial
bank of Germany is expected. The
movement of gold toward Paris, In
view of the large resources already at
hand there, strehcthena the conviction
that the issue of the large Russian loan
there Is Imminent. The securities mar
ket in London has fared rather better
than our own by reason of thc retax
ing of thc mone'y rates, and has also
shown a cood investment demand for
high-grade securities and an awaken
ing speculation in South African mi
ning stocks. London has shown no de
sire, however, to buy American securi
ties. The large gold export, in connec
tion with the Panama' payment and
thc Indifference felt toward it, is in
stronir contrast with tho nervousness
displayed at the time the payment was
first considered and the numerous con
trivances thendiscussed for easing the
strain of the operation.
Bonds have been dull, but prices
were steadily maintained. United
Strttes new 4s have advanced i per
cent on call during the week.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
U S rcf 2s rg.!l05Vi L & N unl 4s... 10013
coupon 105V6 Man gold con 4s G7V
U S 3a reg 10GV4 Mcx Cent 4s 67V4
coupon 107 1st inc 12V&
U S now 4s reg.,133Vi Minn & St L 4s. 90
coupon 134Vi' M 1C & T 4s 100
V S old 43 rcg.-lOTM, 2nds 7S
coupon 107Vd N R R Mex con
Atchison gen 4s.l00Vi 4s 731
adjust 4b 91Vt NYC gen 3V8. OSri
Atlantic C L 4s. 04V NJC gen 6s.... 129
B & O 4s 100vi NT P 4s 1031i
3Vs !MVa 3s 72,
Cent of G 5s IOOVj N &. W con 4s.. 03
1st lnc 70 O. S. L. 43 & par
Ches & O 4V2-S..102T6 tic .. 01?!
Chi & A 3&S.... 77 Penn conv SVs.. 1)7
C B & Q new -Is. 04V Reading gen 4s. OSVfl
C M & St P gen St L & I M con
48 .r 1D0 5s 113
C & Northwest St L & S" F fg
cori 7s 120?i 4s S2V4
CRI&PRR St L Southwest
4s 73 lsts OGVd
col Gs SOVa Seaboard A L 4s GS
C C C & St L S P 4s 01
gen 4s 100', So Ry 5jk 11GJ
Chi Term 4s &Wi T & P lsts 118V4
Con Tob 4s GSTi Tol St L &. W 4s 70
Colo & So 4s.... S5 U P Is 101?;
D & R G 4s OSvi conv Is 004i
Erlo prior lien U S Steel 2d 4s. 7G
4s 05 Wabash lsts ....IIS
gen 4s S7 deb B Gl
F Worth &. Den W & Iy E 4s SO
City 1st 17V4 Wis Cent 4s 00VI
H Valley 4Vts....l0GV C F & I conv 5s. 70V:
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Atchison 1,300 72 72V& 72'
preferred . : 200 03V4 03V1 93
Baltimore & Ohio... 1.000 70Vi 79V4 79V4
Canadian Pacific ... 100 116ft llo-ft 11G?1
Central of N J 158
Ches & Ohio GOO 31 31 30?i
Chicago & Alton SSV4
preferred ' .... SIVi
Chi & Gt Western.. 700 1G 1G 1G
Chi & Northwestern 170
Chl Mill & St Paul. SCO 143?i 143 143?;
Chl Term & Trans S
CfC C & St Louis... 73V
Colorado Southern... 100 lCVfc ICV-i 1GV4
1st preferred ; G3
2nd preferred 403 22V 22V1 22
Del a Hudson 700 157Vi 157 157Vi
Del Lack & West... 100 2G9& 269 2G0V'a
Denver & R O ; 20Vi
preferred ', C9?i
Erie 4,100 2.V 24 241ft
1st preferred .400 63 63 63
2nd preferred ICO SS?4 3Si i&j;
Hocking Valley .... 100 CS C7 C7
preferred . 60V4
IllluolB Central 100 130 120 120k
Iowa Central ..t 17
K C Southern IS
preferred 100 35 25 35
Louisville & Nash.. GOO 107 107Vi 107
Manhattan L 200 142 '142 142
Metropolitan S 77
Metropolitan St Ry. 400 112 112.i 112
Minn &St Louis 47
Minn St P & S S M. 200 61 Gl 60
Missouri Pacific .... 800 92 02 92
Missouri K Sz T 10) 17 17 17
preferred 100 .37 37 3Vii.
Nat R R Mox prej .... 35
N Y Conlral 115
Norfolk & West.... GOO 57 57 57
Ontario & West COO 21 21 21
Pennsylvania G.70O 117 117 117
P C C & St Louis.. GG
Reading 5.G00 44 44' 114
1st preferred 7SV1
2nd preferred 61
Rock Island Co.' 1.S0O 22 22U 22'
preferred 500 63 63 63
St L & S F 2d prefw 200 46 4&V4 40
St L Southcwcotcrn. 13
prof erred : 83-
Southern Pacific .... 3,80) 47 47 47
Southern Ry 600 20 20 20
preforrcd 400 S5 84 S1V4
Texas & Pacific... 100 23 23 23
Tol St L & West... 400 2CVi 26Vi 25
preferred 400 39 39V4 30
Union Pacific ....... 6,000 81 Si S4
preferred 100 02 92 91
Wnnsh .. 500 18 IS IS
preferred '. 1.SO0 3S 37 37
Wheeling & 1 E 1G
'Wis Central 17
Adana ?. 220
United States 103
Wells Fargo - 205
Araal Copper 2,200 4S 4SVi 4S
Amor Car & Found, 200 175 17 17,
I WHEAT AND FLOUR
ARE STILL DEAR
Utah. Products Aro C6min.fr to tho
Front, Vegetables Becom
Grain dealers do not seem to be In any
hurry to come down on the prlco of wheat
end flour, In spite of tho reduction of 22
cents. enTcctlve yesterday, In tho freight
rates between here and tho Northwestern
grain districts. Probably a. good many of
them have a lot of hlgh-prlccd wheat on
'their hands and do not Intend to lower
anv sooner than they havo to, but that
tlmo ought to como soon. Tho bottom
nrlce of wheat, which was ?L10, has boon
reduced to S1.G3, but the high flguro Is still
1.20, and fow of tho local jobbers axo
BClllnu any at $1.05. Next wock should eco
tlfese- futures reduced considerably. Corn
took a small raise, and Is quoted at from
51.40 to JL45.
Meat of all kinds, except mutton, Is
moro plentiful this week, and prices are
unchanged. Business has been rather dull
of late, but an Improvement Is expected
at thc beginning of the month.
Thc fruit season Is coming on somewhat
slowly. Strawberries aro still tho latest
ihlntr In the market, and aro still rather
off color. Their price has gone down
from fl.00 to J3.00 por crate. A consign
ment should have come In yesterday, but
failed td turn up. Home produco seems to
bo In better shape of late and the markets
have not been so dependent on California
and other States for their supplies. Utah
rhubarb Is at present sufficient to mcot tho
supply, and there has been nono from
California for tho last threo days; the
prlco Is now down to 3 cents.
In vegetables tho same situation has'
como about. , Utah radishes are holding
their own and aro down to 35 cents per
dozen. Prices aro having a general down
ward tendency. .Green onions arc worth
15 cents nor dozen, and Utah 10 cents per
dozen. Bunch carrot3 aro scarce.
Utah poultry has been fairly plentiful
for thc laot two weeks, and the demand
has been strong. Eastern hens and
chickens havo been raised to tho local
Jobbers, but they havo not yet put their
prices up. Should tho Increase bo con
tinued they will probably havo to.
Fish was In greater demand yesterday
than tho dealers could supply. Tho orders
have not been quite filled, although largo
.shipments havo been coming In. Both
Frldav and Saturday wero a great drain
on the supply. Somo nlco mountain trout
camo In yesterday, which wore not qulto
sold ont. , ' ,
Epfrs and butter have been steady all
tho week. A small decrcaso In prlco Is
oxoccted soon, but there havo been no In
dications of It as yet.
Hay, Grain 'and. Straw.
Oat straw, per balo .301? .35
Timothy. per ton, balod 15.OOglS.00
Wheat, per bushel 1.051.20
Corn, per cwt 1.401.4o
Corn, cracked 1-50
Rolled oats 1-TSfp 1.S0
Barley, rolled 1.35 1.40
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2.50
Flour, straight grado 2 w)
Flour, high patent 2. SO
Graham flour 2.40ft 2.C0
Cornmeal 1.60 2.00
Bran and shorts 1.10 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound J .07
Dressed pork, per pounU .07?i
Dressed veal, per pound 00
Drcscd mutton, per pound.... .0S
Dressed lambs, per pound. .00
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.00
Spring lambs, quarter, retail... LOOif 1,25
' Poultry. "
Dressed hens, per pound .IGj? .17
Ducks, per pound .17
Springs 16Q -IS
Live poultry, per pound 13g .14
Live spring chickens 15) .17
Frozen broilers 20 .23
Santa Paula lemons, per box.,.34,OOff4,GO
Apples, per bushel 1.001.50
Strawberries, per crato 3.03
Del Oro lemons 3.7G
Ballett lemons 4.00
Hewcs lemons 3.50
California oranges, per box 2. 5O33.00
Figs and dates 5c, Sc. lOo
Utah rhubarb,1 per ,1b .03
PlAcapples, per dozen 3.00
Limes, per 100 t 1.50
Beet sugar, per 100 5 5. SO
Cane sugar G.90
Winter potatoes, per cwt ? 1.75
New potatoes, per box 1.50
Green peas, per lb .12
Beans, per box
Utah onions 3.60ft4.CO
California onions 4.004.50
Cabbages, per 100 3.0033.50 '
Parsnips, per 100 1.2o
Green onions, per dozen .li
Utah cabbaso lettuce .20
Radishes, Utah .35
Tomatoes, per crato 3.50-l. 00
Utah asparagus 10
Oleomargarlno 5 .13 .10
Butter, per lb .25
Chcoeo, per lb , .12
Eggs, per caso 5.50
Fancy cheese, per lb .13
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per lb .07
Swcitzcr cheese, per lb ?1S
Limburgcr cheese, per lb .15
Cream brick cheese, per lb.... .17
Edam cheese, per doz 12.00
Salmon , t ? .13
Herring, fresh .00
Mountain trout .o0
Striped basH, per jb .15
Shad, per lb .12
Mackinac trout .10
Soles, per lb .09
Flounders, per lb .00
California smelts, per lb .12
Codfish, per lb .13
Catfish, per lb .13
Perch, per lb .10
Lobsters, per lb .15
Amor Cotton Oil 20
American Ico ... Gi
preferred 500 2S 27 27
Amar Linseed OH S
Ainer LocomotU'o .... 18V4
preferred 100 SI SI 0
Amor S & R 49VJ,
proforred 100 954 95i
Amor Sugar Rfng... 500 127 1274 127Vi
Anaconda M Co 77
Brooklyn R T 2.S00 46 46 46V4
Colorado F & I... 3li
Con Gas 600 0951 209 00 Vi
Corn Products , 13V1
Distillers' S 22
Gen Elcctrlo ........ 300 160 159; 169
Intcrnat Paper .
preferred , 00
Intcrnat Pump 3S
National Lead 100 1G 16 16H
North American 82
Pacific Mall 100 -2G 26 20
People's Ga3 400 07 97 97
Pressed Steel Car... 26
Pullman Pal Car 210
Republic Steel 6i
. preferred t ... 42
Rubber Goods 15
preferred 100 77 77 77
Tcnn Coal & Iron 35
U S Leather ' 100 6 ri 6
profcrred 100 SO SO 79
U S Realty 6?i
preferred P00 !& 57 57?;
U S Rubber 4.0O) 17 17 17
pn-fcrrod SO) 67 eo 66?;
U S Steel 2,400 10?; 10 10
preferred 6,900 rr 55?; 55
We3tlnghouoo E ... 100 155 155 155
Western Union SS?;
Total sales for tho day, 70,500 shares.
"Weekly Bank Statement.
. NEW YORK, April 30. Tho statement
of averages of the clearing-houses of this
city shows: '
Loans $1,049,636,500 53.246.600
Deposits 1,114.367.800 4.S93.4O0
Circulation 35.76S.700 43,700
Legal tenders 70.430.700 1.140.9CO
Speclo 235.106.nCO Ofil.COO
Reserves 311,730,200 1SS.90O
Rescrvo required .... 27S.G0t.95O 1,243.3:0
Surplus" 33.141,450 1,050. 150
Ex-U. S. deposits... 47,197,425 '1.017.650
Tho bank statement for tho week again
broko all previous records for grand total
of loans and deposits, loan3 now aggre
gating S1,OI9.036,SCO, with deposits of
Tho Financier 6ays: "Notwithstanding
tho export during last week of moro than
$12,750,000 of gold to Paris, the official
statement for tho week of Oie New York
Associated banks showed a net Increase of
$188,900 cash, and tho surplus reserve was
reduced by only a little more than J1.0CO,
000. Even under thc nvoraKO syptera of tho
clearlng-houso banks the shipments of
gold for tho week should, It would acem,
havo shown a loss of nearly JS.500.000 of
cash. Tuesday's exports of JG.DCO.OOO call
ing for the whole of-that amojnt, because
the withdrawals wero mado urly In tho
bank week; Thursday'n export of 52,225,000
for one-half of this sum, and Saturday's
export of nearly $1,000,000 for one-sixth of
the amount, thc total of thoso averages
making $8,500,000 as above. Inasmuch as
tho romalndor of the amount of exports,
$4,250,000, was carried over under tho aver
age systctn Into tho current week, the
statement was clearly mado on largely
xlccllnlng averages for cosh.
"Loans wero expanded through corpora
tion borrowing by $3,216,500, carrying this
Item to a now higher record. Cash In
creased $188,900 net. tho specie decreasing
$961,000 and legal tenders being augmented
by $1,149,000, It may be noted that tho re
ports which were based on tho traccablo
movements of money during tho week, ex
clusive of Saturday's shipments of gold to
Europe, Indicated a Iohs of $575,100 cash:
therefore thero was a discrepancy of
$1,064,300 between tho estimated and tho
actual chango In cash.
"DopoBits also showed a net high record
In an Increase of $4,995,400. or $l,55S,O0O
moro than the amount called for by tho
sum of tho Increase In loans and the net
gain In cash, consequently thc statement
did not balance. The required reserve
was augmented by $l,24S,5CO through tho
Increase In deposits; deducting from this
sum thc net gain In cash '.eft $1,059,450 ns
tho decrease In surplus reserve to $-11,144.-250.
Computed upon tho basis of deposits
less thoso of $56,252,700 public funds, the
surplus Is $47,107,425."
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. April 30. Bar silver, 54c
Mexican dollars. 43c. '
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30. Silver
barB, 54c ,
Drafts, sight, 10c; telegraph, 12c
Money and. Exchange.
NEW YORK, April 30. Monoy on call
nominal; no loans. Time loans easy; GO
days 2V4 por cent, 90 days 2 per cent, 6
months 3V43 per cent. Prlmo mercan
tile paper, 3?4iv; per cont.
Sterling exchange steady with actual
business In bankers' bills at $4.S74.S7.05
for demand and at $4.S5ff4.85.10 for sixty
day bills. Posted rates $4.SG1.83. Com
mercial bills $4.S4?14.S1.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, April 30. Bullishness pre
vailed "In all markets today, tho general
undertone, however exhibiting fair steadi
ness and absonco of pressuro to sell. The
scarcity of spot lead and continued In
quiry for spot futures In speltor held thoso
two "markets firm.
Lead, $4.60J?4 05.
Copper, lake. $13.37ftl3.62: electrolytic
$13.1213 23; casting $12.0513.12.
Iron, nominally unchanged from last
t Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, April CO. Today's
statement of tho treasury balance In tho
general fund shows: Available cash bal
ance, $219,001,652; gold, $107,121,253.
Imports and Exports.
NEW YORK, April 20, Total Imports of
dry goods and general merchandlso at tho
port of New York for tho week ending
today wero valued at $0,070,118.
Exports of specie from New York for
the week were $-183,133 silver and $12,G75,2M
Imports of specie at. Now York during
tho week wero $46,76$ gold and $9507 silver.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 30 Wheat
quiet but steady; May, $1.27Vi; December,
Barley Weaker; December, 93?;c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. April 30 Sugar Raw,
steady; fair rellnlng. 3 3-103 7-22c; centri
fugal, 90-test, 3 11-lOc. Molasses sugar,
2 13-16g3 l-32c. Refined steady; crushed,
5.45; powdered, $4.85; granulated, $4.75.
CHICAGO, April 30,' Cattle Receipts,
500. Market nominal. Good to prlmo
steers, $5,005.G0; poor to medium, $3.90
4.85; stackers and feeders. ?3.002r4X0, cows,
$1.504.35; heifers, $2.254.75; canners. $1.50
072.00; bulls, $2.254.G0; calves, $2.G05.55,
-Texas fed steers, $4.004.C0
Hogs Receipts, today, 14,000; Monday,
40,000. Market 5 to 10c lower. Mixed and
butchers, $,1.75'34.S7; good to cholco
heavy, $4.S04.90: rough heavy, $-1.70114.80;
light, $4.654.75; bulk of sales. $4.75fM.S5.
Sheep Receipts, 1000. Steady. Lambs
steady. Good to chplco wethers. $1.75
5.65; fair to cholco mixed. $3.7534.75;
clipped westorn Gheep, $5.605.65; clipped
natlvo lamb3, $4.255.90; clipped wostcrn
lambs. $4.76G.OO: wooled western lantbs,
KANSAS CITY, April 30. Cattle Re
ceipts, 300, Natlvo steers. $4.005.00; na
tive cowst and heifers. $4.001.60; etockors
and feeders. $3.25fM,60; bulls, $2.G3-g30;
calves, $2.755,75; Westorn 6tcer8, $3.G03i
4.75; Western cows, $2.0O1.20.
Hogs Receipts, 4500. Market 6b lowor.
Bulk. $4.7O4.60; heavy. $1.801.85; packorw,
$4.704.S0; plgd and light. $1.264.75.
Sheep Receipts, 200. Strong. Muttons,
$4.506.00; Iambs, J5.25C5.75; range wothers,
$5.006.00; ewes, $3.500.50.
SOUTH OMAHA, April 30.-Cattle Re
ceipts, none. Market, unchanged. Natlvo
steers, $3.5055.15; stockcrs and feeders. $2.75
HogB Receipts, 10,000. Market Co lower.
Heavy, $4.C04.70; mixed. $4.574.C0; liRht,
$4.4O4.60: pigs. $4.00-1.10; bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts; none; market, steady.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK. April 30. Euttcr Steady;
fresh creamery, 1424c; Stato dairy,
common to choice, 14i7?23c
Eggs Irregular; western firsts, 18c;
storage selections, lSc
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Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
Under authority of an order of sale
granted by tha District court of tho Third
Judicial district, Stato of Utah, county of
1 Salt Lake, dated April 22, 1901. I will sell
at private sale tho following described
real estate: Lots seven (7), ton (10), and
eleven (11), block flvo (5), plat J, Salt
Lako City survey, in the city and county
of Salt Lake, State of Utah. The sale
will bo made on or after May 5, 1901, and
bids will be received at the office of Sul
livan aitd Barnes. 422-3-4 D. F. Walker
building, Salt Lake City, State of Utah.
Terms of salo cash.
CHRISTOPHER B. DIEIIL.
Administrator of tho Estates of Peter
I "Brlncans and Alexander Brlnnns, De
ceased. Dated April 25, 1004. u230J
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respective
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tato of George Dwyer, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Elizabeth Dwyer. pray
ing for tho issuance to herself of let
ters of administration in tho estate of
George Dwyer, deceased, has been set
for hearing on Friday, tho 6th day of
May,-A. D. 1904,, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse In tho courtroom
of Bald court. In Bait Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah
Witness the clerk of Bald court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of
April. A. D. ;904. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Dcvleo. Deputy Clerki
Fowler & Fowler, attorneys for peti
tioner, i u25S2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Thomas Home, deceased. No
tice. Thc potitlon of Solomon F. Kimball, one
of tho executors of the estate of Thomas
Home, deceased, praying for an order to
mortgage real property of Bald decodent,
, and that all persons Interested appear bo
foro the 6ald court to show cause why an
order should not be granted to mortgage
so much as shall be necessary, of tho fol
lowing described real eBtate of said de
ceased, to wit: Tho south half of lot four
(4), In block soventy-thrco (73). in plat
"D," Salt Lake City survey, Salt Lako
City, Utah, Improved with a small dwell
ing house, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, the 6th day of May. A. D. 1904, 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 the Clork of said court, with
tho soal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
April, A. D. ,190-1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
A. B. Sawyor, Attorney fcr Petitioner.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court. In and for Salt Lake county, state
of Utah. Department No. 1,. In tho mat
ter of tho estate of Charles A. King,
Tho petition of Anna B. King, praying
for tho admission to probate of a cor
taln document, purporting to be a tran
script of tho last will and testament of
Charles A. King, deceased, and for the
granting of letters of administration w-lth
will annexed, to Henry F. Samson, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 6th
day of May. A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at. tho county courthouno in tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of
April. A. D. 190L JOHN JAMES,
J. U. Eldrcdgo, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
William M. Bradley, attorney for peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es
tato of James O. Poulson, deceased. No-.
Tho petition of vOllna Poulson. execu
trix of tho estato of Jamea O. Poulson.
deceased, praying for the settlement or.
final account of said executrix and for
the distribution of tho residue of said
estate to tho persons entitled, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 6th day of
May, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
thc county courthouso In tho courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Wltnca the clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed this 25th day of April,
A D. 1904. JOHN JAMES,
Seal n Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stewart c Stowart, attorneys for petl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun-"
tv Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Elizabeth M. Reynolds, deceased.
Thepetltlon of Nelson E. Reynolds,
nravlnt: for tho Issuance to himself of let
ters of administration In the estate of
Elizabeth M. Reynolds, deceased, has been
?ot for hearing on Frjday. the 6th day of
May A. D 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
rmmtv courthouse, In tho courtroom of
said court In Salt Lako City. Salt Lake
C(Wltncs3 tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof aftlxcd, this 20th day of
April, A. D. 190L
(Seal ) 4 JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
E W. Tatlock, Attorney for Pctltlonor.
OFFICIAL CALL FOR
Republican Third Judicial District
A Republican convention, in and for tho
Third Judicial District (comprising Salt
Lake, Summit and Tooolo counties) Is
hereby called to meet at Salt Lake City,
Utah, on May the 16th, 1904. for tho pur
pose of nominating four candidates for
District Judges, and one candidate for
District Attorney, for thc detection of a
district committee and for tho transac
tion of such other budlneas as may come
properly beforo the convention. The con
vention will convene at 10 o'clock a. m. in
Judgo Morse's courtroom, No. 250 city
and county building. The said conven
tion shall consist of 155 delegates, appor
tion to the threo counties of tho Third
Judicial district on thc basis of ono dele
gate for every 95 votes or majority frac
tion thereof, that were cast for Hon. Jo
seph Howell .ror Representative on No
vember 4, 1902, in said counties, respec
tively, to wit;
Salt Lake County Q1.SS6 votes) 125 dole
gates. Summit county (1S21 votes) 19 delegates.
Tooele county (1036 votes) U delegates.
The respective county committees aro
requested to arrange for the election of
theso delegates by convention or other
wise, aa may best suit their convenience.
By order of the Republican commltteo
in and for tho Third Judicial district.
GEO. N. LAWRENCE,
PARLEY P. CHRISTENSEN, Scc'y.
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Wabash Mining company. Principal
place of business, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of directors, held on tho 21st
day of April, 1901, an assessment of ftvo
cents (5c) per shore waa levied on tho
capital stock of tho corporation, payable,
on or beforo May 23, 1904. to W. Monf.
Ferry, secretary, at room 621, Atlas block,
West Second South street, Salt Lake City,
Utah. Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on tho 23rd
day of May, 190-1, will bo delinquent and
ad'crtlsed for sale at publla auction, and
unless payment Is mado before will bo
sold on tho 14th day of June. 1904, to pay
tho delinquent assessment, together with
tho cost of advertising and expense of
W. MONT. FERRY. Secretary.
Location of offlco: 621 .Atlas block, Salt
Lake City, Utah. u2112
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO. 9.
Tho Silver Shield Mining & Milling com
pany. Principal place of business, Salt
Lako City, Utah. Notlco Is heroby given
that at a meeting of the board of directors
of the above named company, held on tho
30th day pf April, 1901, assessment No. 9
of threo cents per share was levied on tho
capital stock of the corporation outstand
ing, payable Immediately to B. H. Mead,
assistant secretary, at No, 617 McCornlck
building, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock
upon which this assessmont may remain
unpaid on Wednesday. Juno 1, 1901, will bo
delinquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is mado
before, will bo sold on Friday, Juno 17,
1904, at 10 o'clock su m. at the ofilco of tho
assistant secretary, 617 McCornlck build
ing, Salt Lake City, Utah, to pay thc de
linquent assessment, together with cost of
advertising and expense of sale.
E. H. MEAD, Assistant Secretary.
017 McCornlck Bldg., Salt Lako City, Utah.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHLV IB ill 8
, NOTICES. M nH
Consult County Clerk or the respective IB IS?
signers for further information. ' jB f jp
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE I !
dlvlfllon, In and for Salt Lako county, SB ffllflt.
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es- TO 111! UK
tato, of Ethan Barrows, deceased. No- WB J ill u
The petition 'of Lucy Barrows, praying iffi'lfllS?
for thc lsouance to herself ofi letters of : ItBfltnl Utr
administration In the estate of Ethan Bar- illlW Ksl
rows, deceased, has been sot for Tiearlng I Iff IflK b
on Friday, tho 6th day of May, A. D. 1904. ill I HIS
at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county court- ' ffl lfl Ik
houso, In tho courtroom of said court. In i I U,
Salt Lako City, Salt Lako courity, Utah. 1J Ml Mr
Witness the Clerk of said court, with w 1 In'
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of 111 In !
April, A. D.-1901. Illwilii
IScal. JOnN JAMES. Clerk.' WW-
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. ' m H i
Wilson & Smith. Attorneys. u!931 MM jp
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ifi ft 5
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun- 111 J IP '
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the i li2 fii
estato of Allen G. Campbell, deceased. Hill n 'I
Notlco; ' MM
Tho petition of William B. Stanley, ad- - I E
mlriiHtrator. with will annexed, of the I I) (9 h
cstnto of Allen G. Campbell, deceased, Sfj tj m-
praying for partial distribution of the tll'li lni!
residue of paid estate 'to tho persons en-i II t
titled, has been Bet for hearing on Friday, 11 w I ft
the 13th day of May. A. D. 1901. at ten. 3 W MI
o'clock ti, m., at tho county court house' lllH Hi?
In tho courtroom of said court. In Salt Im ft
Lako City, Salt Lako county. Utah. ,1 i f
Witness tho Clerk of said court with j a ! 6
tho seal thereof affixed this SOth day of U tPM
April, A, D. 190 L fi I 1 H?
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clrk. I I
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Clerk. s In HI
Sutherland, Van Cott & Allison, Attor- I j M m ;
neys for Petitioner. wlOO J 'lHr
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT J R '
court, in and for Salt Lako county, State 4 1 P
of Utah, Department No. 1. In the mat- I J
lor of the estate of Geotgo N.. DoWf.dc- 11 Q rah
ceased. Notice. , ! 3 Cj bL:
Tho potitlon of Alice I. Dow, praying I fl ifl $
tor tho admission to probate of a certain I B J 1 J
document, purporting to bo the last will I 11 .1 BJ!
and testament of George N. Dow, dc- . I IB,
ceased, and for the granting of letters j 8 M t,
testamentary to horsolr as such oxecutrlx, ; M J
to act without bonds, has been set for ! 0 II Willi,
hearing on Friday, the 6th day of May, I M
A. D. 1S0I, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at tho coun- I f ' 1 0 .1
ty courthouse, In the courtroom of said ' Sl:l H);fl
ty"u'tah SilU 1ak CUy' Sult LalC0 C0Un" III Oil
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with the ! g 1 i Sri
Al D l904Of afncd' lhls 3rd day oC Apr11, j I i 1 11
rScal ' JOHN JAMES, Clerk'. SiillllH
Loofbourow & Loofbourow, Attorneys i 1 ttl ifl
for Petitioner. I S 1 1 II
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT f j lllll'l
court, In and for Salt Lako county, State )fH llfiM
of Utah. Department No. 1. In tho mat- i M P flftl
ter of tho estato of Mary E. HU1, de- j I ' PI
coased. Notice. . 1 ifi ! rafl
Tho petition of Hermann Hill, praying f t uH
for tho admission to probate of a certain f ,
document, purporting to bo the last will ,' & f
and testament of Mary B. Hill, deceased, ; I 1 U I
and for tho granting of letters tosta- 1 ill ttlil
mcntary to himself, has been set for hear- I 'in PI
lng on Friday, tho 13th day of May, A. Ill '
D. 1504, at ten o'clock a. m., at tho counCy i i; M-fl
cpurthouse, In tho courtroom of said , tti fltifl
courtin Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- It 1 I
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with 'fif ll'l
tho seal thereof affixed, this 23th day of Lt .! )
April, A. D. 1904. I 4 111 II
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. I I ' '
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. S ' 1
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar- fi i ll ul
rotto, Attorneys for Petitioner. u2S07 Km PI
' IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE 1 1 1 llfl
division, in and for Salt Lake county, !''
State of 'Utah. In tho mattor of the es- I lllll!
tato of Thomas H. Hills, deceased. No- til' f
Tho petition of Ada Hills, praying Xor I K)" F II
the Issuanco to horsclf of letters of ad- fj' I'H
ministration In thc estato of Thomas H. IJl1 ifl
Hills, deceased, has bcon sot for hearing i I ! jifl
on Friday, tho 6th day of May, A. D. ltKM. I D! , 1 tfl
at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county court- ft . ' jjfl
houso. In the courtroom of said court. In' I fi ih
Bait Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. j ftj I' fl
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with i 11 i Hnfl
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of m I HH
April, A. D. 1904. H !
rScal.J JOHN JAMES, Clerk. E :
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clevk. Jl
George L. Nyo, Attorney for Petitioner. M l 1 III
rs THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ' 1 1 i Hil
oate division, In and for Salt Lake coun- ml.vl II 1)1
ty. State of Utah. In the mattor of tho it .'lH tH
estate of Cimrl3 F. Johnson, deceased. 'iff I W
Notice. - IwiiHIirfl
Tho petition of Alex Kce and Slpna II 1 , H II
Johnson, oxecutors of thc estato of Chaflos 'HHI
F. Johnson, deceased, praying for the set- j! JiH
tlementof final account of said executor 'w H'lnpH
and for thc distribution of thc residue of i!lxrL'!ill!iH
said estato to thc persons entitled, hac M l! ft II
been set for hearing on Friday, thc 0th slp'il nh
day of May, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. J jl f'
at tho county courthouso, In tho court- im t J! n
room of eald court. In Salt Lake City, Salt iffl- ,h 1
Lake county, Utah. ill ,1111 ill
WUhoss tho Clerk of said court, with ill !l il
tho seal thereof art.ed. this 20th day df tlft ,11 n
.;tii, a. d. i90l 81:
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.'. X ,M l(
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. j!fl!')p
Goodwin &. Van Pelt, Attorneys for Ex- UiH r
ecutorj. ulP3.'l Bfi?! jl
IN THE Dlt-rRlCT COURT OF THE 'KiIIiPI
Third Judlcl-5 fetrlct, In and for the IS, lilt! llfl
county of Salt Lako- Stato of Utah. In , K 0 ifl
tho matter of tin estato of Lctltla S. Kol- i S- i fl
soy, deceased. Notlco of sale of real es- lw jl H
Tho undersigned will soil at private sale ilk i' (il l
an undivided llvc-twenty-fourths (5-24) in- ' 1 N'fl
tcrcst In tho Minors' Homo lodo mining 'VH( 'H
claim, known as United States lot No. 131. jmjj l)HiiH
containing 5.501 acrcr situated in Wcjt ffli lll lfl
Mountain mining district. Salt Lake coun'- 11 I I I
tv. Utah, on or after Wednesday, tho 40 W l
day of May, 1904, and written bids will bo 1 (Lfl
tecelved at tho ofilco of Lawrcnco .& Iff 1 1 1 lfl
Shoup, attorneys, room No. 305 Atlnp nttJii 'lH
block. Salt Lake City, Utah; terms of sale J ''il'Hl, fl
cash lawful money of the United States. IHh
LEWIS P. KELSEY. ' Iff i j ifl
Dated. April 23. 1901, U23C0 t j.
DELINQUENT NOTICE. v B i'lf f
Central Gold Mining Company, Prlncl- W-,'J. II
pal place of business, Salt Lako City. m.;l ''I
Utah. i Jl "Hi
Notice. T!ere arc dellnaucnt upon thr i ' Hi
followlng-dcssrlbed stock on account oi cflfvi .U ft
assessment No. 1, levied on the 3rd day pi (jl iJi'H.j
March, ISO!, the soveral amounts act op. Sm , iJl!
poalto the names of tho respective share- ijl .', h'
holders, as follows; ;H
Cert. Name. Shares. Am't. Sff
2 F. N. Cameron 20.000 J200.00 Ui ' iH,
6 J. W. Foote ,,....21.000 gfln.C JB ' , !
S A. J, Weber luti.ni m ''!,' ;
17 John Tenant 250 li.fj' 51'! .' -
48 Obmcr Thomas 10,000 lOO.f- Of ,,,, I
62 Carlo Dclplaz 1.OJ0 10.0f If . i
57 J. W. Footo 10,667 160.6" Si l' )'
5S-A. J. Weber S.333 S3.fs II ;i j
67 C. Bonettl 1,000 1 0.0ft , 1 h'uKl
75 H. C. Smith 1,000 10.00 ( i I '
0 F. N. Cameron 14.607 14G.C7 ! "., ''
51 Allen Gorr 6.0CO 50.01 ? 'i '
24 Carlo Dolplaz 1.000 lO.OtT 4 H i
And In accordanco with the luw and tho O L
order of tho board of directors, made on -; I. i,
the 3rd day of March, 1904, so many sharcl) ;
of each parcel of stock as may be ncces- l 4, Ujj
eary will be sold at public auction at the ; ,
of lice of tho company, room 618 Dooly Jfli It
block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on Wednes !2I
day, tho 27th day of April, 1904. r.t,l In' I
o'clock p. m., to pay thc delinquent us. Mil, III
sessment, together with tho costs of ad- t li I
vcrtlslng and expense of sale. t'l Hf
MARK P. BRAFFET, , i I,
Secretary. . IP M'jH
ASSESSMENT NOTICE. j M I
Good Hope Placer Mining company. 'Lo- jSl j !l
.cation of principal place of business, Salt Sal; , 1 ! jH
Lako City, Utah. Notice Is horcby glyoil- ml I
that at a meeting of tho directors, held gg i )
on tho Oth dav of April, lll, an assess- tm 1 1 itM
nient of threv and one-half (3V:) cents per Blj li
Bharo was levied on tho capital stock of Mjj III tffl
tho corporation, payable on thc ISth day IV! l II,
of May. 1904, to William F. Colton, trens- it I J
urer, at his office. No. 301 Dooly block. I IT 1 , IPttm
Salt Lako City. Utah. Any stock upon j . tM
which this assessment may remain im- vfij i H M
paid on thc 19th day of May, lfOI. will bi Ift'f ' H
delinquent and advertised for sale at jjrj I III
public auction, and unless payment - Is m H M
mado before, will bo sold on tho 11th day ut,i' mu nmum
of June, 1901. at 12 o'clock noon, to pay aft' IBV
tho delinquent assessment, toROther with 111 IT il HlmB
the costs of advertising and expenses ot Hill UI
solo. WILLIAM F. COLTON. R H
Dated April 15, 1204. Secretary. llj j j Jl