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, THE BALfTliAgS) TEIBTOTEi TOTJESDAY ZfOXmisG, JTOsE 2, 1904. H
3- j Day" With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. J
Were the Factors
feual Market Loaders Were Sluggish
and Neglected in Wall
.7 EW YORK. June 1. Thcro was a
M slightly wider movement of prices
j In today's stock market than tlio
recent average, but this was lnrgc-
confined to special stocks of the dor
ioju class. The usual market leaders
cro sluggish and neglected, and their
irrow fluctuations cannot be accepted as
dlcatlvc of any widely-held opinions on
ic market. Many of tho low-priced
ocks which sold off sharply today have
id tho appearance of speculatlvo afrtnl
oa In tho past under pool manipulation,
id the suggestions put afloat In the
mrse of this post manipulation have Im
led a possibility of some ultimate com
nation between a number of such roads,
in all in themselves and cf small fiinnclul
iportance, with jio dividend distribution
i tl.elr stocks and with more or less mys
O maintained regarding the actual earn
gs and operation. Tho common Interest
these stocks of a speculative party of
mo prominence has constituted n vnn
ge point for speculative operations In
group under Icadorahlr. Tho idling
V'tC-so stock's for the last few days la at
Jjied by the sellers to fears thut tho
ullngs of the speculative party havo
en h rgely reduced and supporting mea
ires for the securities in tho market
iiiiidoiicd. The- downward course of rall
an earnings delays the hope of dlvl
r.ds, which were distinctly prospoctl c
F-M i "i best. Tho course of events following
the breaking of tho corner in cotton and
tJB the sr c c ulatlvo collapso Incident to It have
rH , a bmring on the jpoculativo aUIt;do to
JM ward the stocks thus Involved ,j
9 I A number of the Southwestern railroad
ijffcl'. stt-clis suffered also from professional uri
r ,s,luss ovr their financial prospects,
.M , " One ot two-point losses resulted In the
; ' v'oinirdo & Southern stocks, the Toledo,
;SB . Sf. Louis & Western, the St. Louis Sotuh
'1 Wt sti-rn stocks, Missouri. Kansas & Tex
i f 1 r ' 33 l,rc ,t rred and somi' others,
'inuj , Tl.e heaviness elsewhere In the market
.ulM as largi-iy In sympathy with that In
cja , thes.- special stocks. Now:; was taken
amS ' Httl" account of. Reports of further largo
2j curtailment of the Iron output In pr opect
' ifl ' helped to depress United .States Steel prc
31 '( forml and were an Influence on the gen
icaSi c,'i' niarket. So were reports of nddl
l tlonnl railroad retrenchments a:d some
StJl iiiee'tod effect from this 'on railroad
mm, eriulpmont companies. Continued largo
; demand for anthracite made; the coalers
-SI rel.itlvdy firm and there was beside sonic
HB ' d muiid from shorts to cover In tho Urcs
M on Thi-ti recent drop. A number of rc
iCl port- of net earnings ot railroads for April
HJ i hIiowi no change from Its recent almost
! ; nominal character, but the tone of time
jgfi lo.ms was reported to be very easy, with
HI ; little de-mand. Sterling exchange made a
Ejm t further advance. There were some recov
VfU cries ny the weak stocks and the last
M. priics In the general !!st wore llltlo
V changed from last night,
M ? Th re were sales at a decline of 25Vj
St poin'ri of Detroit Southern 5s, the June
iW V coupon en which It is priposej-to fund,
and the iamo company'.1 Ohio Sound dl
aa vision is, on which the Interest docs not
a-n. foil due until September. lost 10 points.
i Thi; bond market was dull, and Irregular.
'Ha Total :--nles. par value, SI. 1 15.000. United
P-g States 2s and tho 3s registered advanced
Ei il' l,u' coupon, the old is and the new
"8 r-istpred Vu and the now -Is coupon
p.rr. icnt on call. '
13 I NEW YORK BOND UST.
Mf V S r 2s rcg..lO-l')S Mox. On. Is CI
n.iAMi coupon mU 1st inc j-.fi
SIVUJ' S- 3s tl's 1H yL & 3- J- M4
BS? ,V01,"on m M- t T. 43
a : ; Lr. S. n. is r3ff..l324 (ox hit) OSVi
pnj; . coupon I32i I'nds 77
p.Ti V- s 43 rcg....l03 Mcx. Nat. e, li
v.v : ' coupon 107 N. Y. Ccn. Gen.
m ;, Atchison g. -Is.... 10H4 li'As (ofd) ioo
pj? !! aojt. -Is H N. J. C. g. Ss....ll
p.a i : -A. C. L. 4s M N. Pnc. -Is,, ,104'A
p.a' i B. & O -Is lOPJ, 3s 7"'"
Cjl f - SVi N. i AV. :. -Is.... &SU
al Cent, of Ga. 5S..1U7 O S. L. -Js & p.. JM'7
, 1st luc 7t Penn. c. 3'As Plii
r & O. Ps, .:.104 Reading g. 5s ... i,ju
J ' C-& A. 3J.S....1. 70 J5t-Lr. 1. hit.
C. B. & Q. n. -is Dl4 con vj -pm
C. M. & St. I FA. I,, t: San F
Sn 4s HO fg. 4s fil.
C. & N'w'n c. IsA'-IYi St. L. S'w'n Ists 50'
; C. R. I. ,t r. S. A. J,. 4s 704
col. 5s 704 S. P. 4s (ex Intl.. S5
C. C , C St. Southern Rv. Ps.llMi
r L. gon. 4s (ex . T. & P. lats (ex
Int) lnt) HCV6
, Chi. Ter. Is T., St. L,. & W.
l C. Tobncf -Is.... G07 4s C?ij
C, & S. is.. ...... S3V1 ajri uojuh
D. & R, ;. is... jj4 conv. 4s 06-,
Erie p. lien Is.. flsU U. S. S..2nd Ss.. 73V4
- 1 gen. 4s Wabash Ists ....114?'.
Ft. W. & D. C. dob. B ' fil
Ists e InO. ,.lfl W. & L B. 4s.... 6'i
Hocking V. i..HJ7't Wis. Cen. 4s
;, ; b & N. u, !8....1004i C. F. & I. Ds 69Vj
: lan. e g. 4S....03
. ' CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Atchison 2.000 t GS1- . 60
; Baltimore & Ohio.. 700 7791 77 77?i
; Canadian Ritclflc 117
Central of N J . B5
" Che-s & Ohio 300 MBi VIW 29i
; .Chicago & Alton.... 100 33 35
fU 7 preferred SO'A
, Chi & Gt Western.. 1,100 14V1 14Vi -qhl
& Northwest 360
Ghl Mil & St Paul. 2.000 1S0 130 120
ntfl ; Chi Term & Trans. 4W r.u; o 0
'fl f preferred COO M 13T 1 I
M C C C & St liuls... 100 r,o CO C3
3 - Colo Southern 1.200 114 13V- 13
; 1st preferred 1.-500 4ft 45! -ISMr
1 I 2nd preferred 2.100 wT&hl$ ' KV:
m JU i Del .t Hudson 1,000 154VI 1K1U lMVi
-it Del Lack & West ; ....
LM Denver & R G 200 Mfl 19ft Wi
preferred 100 .r,G.. 60. 07U,
.9 ' r L'rle 10,000 7?A 224 23
1st preferred V-W C7 ' SO CC-"5m
S ' 2nd preferred 100 OTi 3351 33i.
3M ' Hocking Valley .... 400 C21- 01 02
?H , precrred 100 70 79 78'7'i
-'V : llllonls Central 100 129 129 129Vi
m : Iowa Central 15
jM . preferred ,. 32
ffl:. K C Southern 400 15 18 19
S preferred 100 27 37 37
'-!( lulsvlllc &.'Nash.. 107ft 107 10ft
Manhattan- L 7IX) 141ft 1I3?1 lltft
. Metropolitan S 1.1C0 TSVi 78 774
Metropolitan St Ry. 2,200 HOVb 103 110
: Minn & St Louis 27
: Minn St P & S S M. 300 Gift Cl' C114
.''i preferred .. 11R
jfl I Missouri Pacific ... 1.1CO S0', Sli S9U
Missouri K & T.. .,1,00 15 A 1G 15
- ? Preferred 1,000 33. 32i 33
N R 11 Mex prof 7 .... 35'i
M i Ji Y Central 200 114 114 313
Norfolk & West.... S00 54U 531 5.'i
,1 preferred 05
JB I SllUrl & "WcaL... 3,200 2 21 21 :n
jnnsylvanla 4-.100 1131 113(4 313
roiSj - c,r SL Lous K
r Reading 7.700 44'A 43ft '431&
. 1st preferred .., 77
,fJ. ri ' T,Jnd Preferred 100 C2'A CI
rj".ri , "oc,lt island Co..,.. 2,90) 20' 20"-r 2014
lO-vIi Preferred E00 C3?i 03 G.VA
3UTller St b & S f M pref. S0O 441? 43Vt 43
vBt 1j Southwestern.. ) 10 94 10
JPtVireforred 4.000 27',i 23 21V:
I'TBfl'siJytherji Pacific ... 1,000 -If.' a -JnU 45
JHtiPohthent Ry 300 20 10ft 19ft
'5rt preferred 20D S3 S3 S2'.4
mM lc:as & Pacific 200 20'- 20',i 20ft
j5m ' Tol St L & Wost.... 1W 22 22 21
IB preferred 700 3Gft W 3rt
. Uaion Pacific 4,300 S3ft S2 SP.i
'JHi, Wabaph 10-) loft Ifiifc 15V
' . WrtXcrrcd .. , 700 33ft 3 33 "
f New York &5c
-f San Francisco 55tj -f
Now York exchange ........ SI. 35-GM.40 -f
-t- ' COPPER.
-f- New York exchange JJ2.50gl2.75
f- 4--- ---- --
Wheeling & L E.... 100 15 15 II
Wis Central 10ft
Mexican Central ... 200 7V1 7ft 7ft
Express Cos. ,
American - 175
Unltod States 101!
Wells Fnrgo 2W
Amal Copper 20,900 4951 49 19' 1
Amor Car & Found. 300 P'.ft 10 1(5
preferred 103 70 70 COft
Amer Cotton Oil 27
American Ice ICO CM G1 6V,
Amer Llnsoed Oil 7
preferred 100 22ft 22ft 22
Amer Locomotive . 309 18ft ISft 17ft
Amer S & R 10,500 53ft 62 53ft
preferred 3.SC0 07ft M 06ft
Amer Sugar Rfng.. 7,00) 127ft 125ft 120
Anaconda M Co 70
Brooklyn R T 11.4(H) 4G - JG 40i,
Colo Fuel & Iron... J 00 29 2ti 2S
Con Gas 3.4G0 2W 202ft 'J13
Corn Products 1014
preferred t 60ft
Distillers' S 20ft
GOn Eloctrlc 355
Internal Paper 10
preferred .... .... CO
Intcrnat Pump 300 C6ft 3C 35
National Lcud 100 19 19 10ft
North American 81
Pacific Mail '. 100 25ft -25ft 2oft -
People's Gas 3(0 95 95 93 '
Pressed Slccl Car : .... 24ft
preferred . ... .... 01
Pullman Pal Car 210
Republic Steel ...... 00 6 Gft C
preferred j .... 37
Rubber Good 14ft
preferred ,. ....... 200. 77ft 77ft 77
Tenn Coal & Iron.. .... 33
U S Leather .... Gft
TJ S Realty 3.100 Gft 0 G
preferred S00 GOft 59 59
U S Rubber 15ft
U S Steel 1.000 9 S 9
preferred 12,400 63ft 53 53ft
Westlnghouso E 153
Western Union 100 SG SG S6
Total sales for tho day, 161,303 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Juno 1. Bar silver, 55c,
Mexican dollars, 44ftc
SAN FRANCISCO, June l.-SIlver bars,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts Sight, 7ft; telegraph.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. June 1. Closing: Money
on call easy, lfttjlft, closing bid 1, offered
lft. Time IoanB very easy, sixty days, 2
per cent; ninety days, 2g3; six months,
a'ift. Prime mercantile paper, 3f?4ft
per cent. Sterling exchange firm, closing
steady, with actual business in bankers'
bills nt S-1.S7.35 for demand and at SI.S5.45
lor sixty-day bills. Posted rates, S4.SG and
1.6$. Commercial bills. Sl.SSftfi I.Soft.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Juno' 1. The London tin
market was steadier at an advance of 2s
Gd to 12G 2s Gd for spot anil 121 15s for fu
tures. Locally, however, tin continued
easy, owing to the light demand and
closed at ?26-S0fi27.50.
Copper also did a little belter In Lon
don, closing at an advance of 5s to 5; 5s
6d for both spot and futures. Tito New
York market for copper was quiet and un
changed. Lake, $13.Wtl3.i2ft; electrolytic,
S12.75ffl3.00; casting. $12.5012.75. The New
York metal exchange reports exports of
copper for the month of May at II, 7 tons.
For the llvo months S97.370 tons, against
55.231 tons for the same period last year.
Lead was quiet and slightly lower In
New York, closing at S1.35&'l.40. The Lon
don lead market was unchanged at 11
Spelter was quiet and unchanged locally,
but In London it declined 5s to 26.
ris Iron closed at 51s G1 in Glasgow and
at 43s 4ftd In Mlddleaboro. Locally Iron Is
unchanged; No. 1 foundry Northern. $11.75
5U5.25. No. 2 Northern foundry, SH.75; No.
1 foundry Southern and 7s'o. l foundry
Southern soft, S13.50fT13.75. Pig Iron war
rants are nominal at 9.25.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Juno 1. Wool Firm; medi
um grades, combing and clothing, lfcJ
ST'ftc. light fine, 15J? l.tfc; heavy line, 12ft 15c;
tub washed, 2P?t32c.
Now York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, June 1. Sugar Raw.
linn; fair refining. 3 7-lCc; centrifugal. Mu
test. 215-lOc: molasses sugar. 3 3-10c. Rc
lincd is quiet; crushed, f."i.03; towdercd,
53.05: granulated, J4.95.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Juno Butler-Firm;
creamery, common to extra, 14'ri-18c;
Slate dairy, common to extra. 13Vil7ftc.
EgRS-Irregular; Western, ljiSc. " '
CHICAGO.. June I. Cattle Receipts.
Receipts, 20.000: market active and stronp
to 10c higher. Good to prime steers, ?5 C0B
G.10; popr to medium. S4.&00.40; otockers
and feeders, $3.2553 1.S5 - cows and heifers,
Sl.75JJri.30: canners. Sl.75'32.90; bulls, S2.50&'
4.30. calves t3.0OQ5.75.
Hogs Receipts today, .1S.000; CRtimoted
for tomorrow, 30,030, market steady, low
er. Mixed and butchers. $4 GGfH.&O. good
to choice heavy, S-l.75J5l.85; tough heavy,
J-I.60S--I.75; light, SI.G03-1.70; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 20,000; market steady to
10c lower; lambs steady to lQc lower. Good
to choice wethers, J5.25'S.75; fair to choice,
mixed, 53.76ft'3.(); Western sheep, $4.60
5.60; native lambs, J5.303fi.G0; spring lambs,
SOUTH OMAHA. June l.-Cattle Re
ceipts. 3500; market, uleady to stronger.
Native stern. Jlffo.lG; cows and heifers.
33.504.00; stockors and feeders, J3.00fll.-I0;
cows, J2.75fj5.ri0; bulls, stags, etc., J2.76
Si.O3Wi.30; bulk of sals, Jl.j0fii.53. Sheep
4.23. Hogs Receipts, 14,000; market,
steady, shade to Cc lower. Heavy, ?1.55jji
4.65; boxed. JI.50fJ4.53'; light, S4.30f4.53;
pigs, J1.CO4.30: bulk qf nales. J-l.60fjM.KJ.
Sheep Receipts. 12.000; market, steady.
Clipped lambs, J5.30ftG.00; Westerns, Jl.SOfp
650; wethors. 5.l.70Sf.CO, ewes, Jl.GOfJG.25;
common and stockers, J3.00tju.2o lambs,
KANSAS CITY. June l.-Cattle-Rc-celpts,
0000. Steady. Native steers. J-UOfi'
4.75; nntlvo cows and heifers. J2,O,5.50.
ntockcrs and fecdars, J3.25ff4.G5; bulls, J2.7C
Ti4.25: calves, J2.75(fJ4.75; Western steers,
JI.75QG.50. Western cows, J2.50fJ5.2u, Hokk
Receipts, 9000; steady, Bulk. S4,45JjM 65;
heavy, J4.5OfJ4.C0; packers, $4.45fH65; pgB
and lights. J4.00fj4.50. Sheep Receipts. 2000.
Steady. Muttons. 51.755M.&5; lamba, $5.25
7.00; range wotljers, J3.COfj-5.75f pwca, J 1.03
Grnin and Provisions.
CHICAGO. June 1. From tho Btnrt
wheal exhibited strength. A I tho openli-g
the strength was due chiefly to reports of
additional rains in ICarnr, and other sec
tions of the Southwest, the fear being
quite general that the growing crop is re
ceiving too much moisture. Initial anion
of July wero ftc lower to ftc higher at
Wft to $5e. An official forecast . C more
rain In tho Southwest Jntcaslgcd tho gen-
I UTAH STRAWBERRIES
ARE NOW FOR SALE
Winter Potatoes Reduced in Price
Cherries Are Raised to SI. 50
IT TAH strawberries mado their first
2J nppcarance In Salt Lake yesterday
I morning. Tho commlsssion houses
did not handle, as tho farmers sold
them to tho retailers dlrccL The price
was from J2.50 to J2.75 per case, with fif
teen baskets In each case. They wore re
tailed at 25 cents per basket, and sold no
quickly thai there wero nono left by tho
afternoon. In size and quality these ber
ries compare favorably with tho best of
those that arc Imported frni California
and Oregon. Tho flavor in good, but will
Improve, as will also tho price. Black
cherries are now up again to $1.50 pen box,
on account of the great demand. Grapo
fruit Is worth $4 per case.
Winter potatoes arc now down to J1.C0
per cwt., a reduction that will be much
welcomed. Tho old 9took of these Is get
ting soft, and to this renson is attributed
tho fall In price. Bunch turnips are now
on tho market, being sold at tno prlco of
25 cents per dozen.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale S .HO-fJ .25
Alfalfa 1 9.5OT10.50
Timothy, per ton. baled 14.60frl5.&0
Wheat, per bushel 1.00S L10
'Corn, per cwt 1.40$r 1.G0
Corn cracked 1.45fi 1.55
Rolled oats l.SOft 1.90
Barley, rolled , 1.505? 1.55
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2.35 2 40
Flour, straight grade. 2.45$ 2.60
Flour, high patent 2.65 2.70
Graham flour 2.60fjj.2.70
Cornmcal l.S0 2.0)
Bran '. 1.00(5; 1.10
Bran and shorts 1.10fJ 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound, .....J .07 fj .07ft
Dressed veal, per pound .OS
Dressed pork, per pound , .07ft
Dressed .mutton, per pound... .07ftfJ .OSft
Dressed lambs, per pound.... .09
Spring lambs, wholesaler. 3. CO
Spring lambs quarter, retail 1.00 fjl.50
Dressed hens, per pound $ .17
Ducks, .per pound 17
Live poultry, por pound , 16
Frozen broilers .22
Llvo broilers, per dozen 4.50
Santa Paula lemons, per box...$ 3.0054.00
Bananas, per huncn 2.60
Black cherries, per box 1.50
Grapo fruit, por case 4.00
Pio cherries, per box 1.00
Seedling oranges, per case .... 2.75.
Cocoanuts. per dozen 1.(0
Strawberries, per crato 4.75
Utah Berries, per case 2.50JJ2.75
Havana seeds '. 3.0f?3.25
Figs and datC3 5c, Sc. 10c
Utah ruhbarb, per pound .02
Pineapples, per dozen..;...... 3.03.
Limes, per 110 .....-... 1.50
Beet Bugar, per 100 J 5. SO
Cane sugar 5.90
Winter potatoes, per cwti J 1.30
Wax beans, por pound .15
Summer squash, per lb .10
Dry onions .02ft
Wlnnlngstadt cabbnge, per lb.. .03
Now potatoes, per lb .03ft
Green pens, per lb .12ft
Beans, per box ' 1.50
Parsnips, per 10). f 1.25
.Bunch turnips, per doz... .25
Green onions, per dozen .10
Utah lettuce 15fi) .20
Radishes (Utah) 10$ .15
Utah lettuce .15
Radishes (Utah) .10
Tomatoes, per crate 3.50
Utah asparagus . .OS
Cucumbers, per dozen .50
Oleomargarine J .13 ,1G
Butter, per lb .21
Cheese, por lb .12ft
Eggs, por case 6,50
Fancy cheese, per lb .13ft
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per lb .07
Sweltzer cheese, per lb .18
Llmburger cheese", per lb.... .15
Cream brick cheese, por lb.. .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.00
Salmon J .13
Mountain trout .30
Utah catfish .12
Striped bass, per lb , .15
Shad, por lb .10
Mackinaw trout .16
Soles, per lb .09
Flounders, per lb.' -. .09
California smelts, per lb .12
Codfish, per lb .13
Catfish, per lb .13
Perch, per lb.,,..., .10
oral desire lo buy wheaL As a result the
market received excellent support. De
cided strength in corn was a further aid
in creating the urgent demand that char
acterized trading. News from tho North
west was bullish, advice from Minneapo
lis stating that tho flour situation was
greatly Improved. Tho claim was made
that mills thero are In better sliapo now
than they havo boon in a long time, ow
ing partly lo concessions In freight rates
granted by the railroads thus ...cllltat
Ing shipments to the East. Tho demand
for flour wns also reported nTe active
During the latter par: of the session a de
cteaso of 2.500,000 bushola In thrt world'H
visible. 33 shown by Bradstrcct's Import
ed fresh zest to tho buying movement.
Shorts covered freoly and there was a
good demand from Southwestern houses,
The market closed with prices almost at
the top notch. After selling i.p to S7fto,
July closed liUlio .tip at S7ftS7ftc.
Reports?, of poor germination of tho newly-planted,
crop. In addition to an 1 x
tremoly bullish Government crop report,
caused a broad corn market. The market
closed at the high point of tho day, July,
I7ic hlcher at lO-'Hc.
Oats wore strong In sympathy with oth
er gralno, July closed nt ttf?vi';39ftc a gain
Provisions wore wnak.yjwlng to selling
by. thoHc who desired to tako profits re
sulting from ycnterOny's ndvnncc. These
offerings mot with an Indifferent demand.
Increased receipts of hogs generally re
stricting tho desire to buy. At the close
July pork wns down 15fJ17ftc, lard nnd ribs
were each oft 7ftc.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Artlclos. Opon. High. Low Close.
Wheat No. 2
July (old) SG?& ESft SG- SSft
July (new) SSJ, S7V Mft 87ft
Sept (old) 82ft R3?K S2Vi S3J&
Sept ,(old) SOft Sli SOft Sli
Corn No, 2
Juno 4Sft 4Sft 4Sft 4fift
July r.... 48 49ft 47?i 49
September 47ft 4Sft 47ft 43f,
oats No.-- - ; '
Juno 41 411 U 4PH
July ZSYi 5?ft 3S?i 39ft
September 30- 3l'i 301 31ft
Mess pork '
July 11. GO 11.63 11.50 U.57ft
September 11. S2ft 11.90 11.75 11.S0
July G.67ft fi.GO G.52ft 6.62ft
Soplember G.75 0.77ft G.70 0.70
July G.70 G.75I G.GG J5.G7ft
September G.90 G.90 G.SO u.S5
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
steady. No. 2 spring wheat. 995c;NTo.
?,. S5fi95c; No. 2 red. J1.0I5J1.05. No. 2 corn,
50c; No. 2 yellow. 60ft. 61c No. 2 oats,
4Wff42c; No. 2 white, 43ftc; No. 3 wlftc,
llft(fi13c. No. 2 rye, 75c. Good feeding
barley, 3Sfrllc; fair to choice malting. 45'fl
SGc. No. 1 flaxseed. J1.C0; No. 1 North
western. Sl.OGft. Prime timothy seed, S3.05.
Mess pork, per barrel. Jll. Iogll.50; lard,
perr 10) pounds. S';.46G.47ft; short ribs
nlden (loose). S3.50flfi.75; short clear sides
(boxed). $G.50f2iV75. Whisky, basis of high
wines. J1.2& Clover, contract grade, $10.75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrels 33,800 45.900
Wheat, bushels 21,800 62.M0
Corn, bushels 7!U.2U) 332,400
Oats, bushels : 223.KO 213,300
Rye, bushels 4.000 2.30")
Barley, bushels i 48,500 10,000
On the prodnco exchange today the but
ter market was firm: creamery, ISftW
17ftc; dairy. lTJlGc. Eggs steady, 14ftfJ
15ftc. Cheese steady, 7-i'&9c.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, Juno 1. Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by
Bradstreot's show tho following changes
In available" supplies, as compared with
Wheat. United Slates and Canada, cast
of Rockies, decreased -1,931,0011 bushels:
allont for and In Europe decreased CCO.OJO
bushels; total supply decreased 5,531.0)0
Corn. United States and Canada, east of,
Rockies, decreased 95l,CX) bushels.
Oats, United Stales and Canada, cast of
Rockies, decreased Gl 1,000 bushels.
The loading deerenses reported to lirad
slrcc's this week are GC2.000 bushels at tho
Chicago private elevators. 311,000 bushels
in Manitoba, 200.000 bushels at the North
west Interior olovators, 173,0)0 busheis at
Omaha and 135,000 bushels at the Milwau
kee private elevators. Tho leading ill
creases are OJ.iAi bushels at Portland, Mir.,
and 77,000 bushels at Gotcau Landing.
HUTCHINSON. Kan.. June 1. This sec
tion and all southwestern Kansas was
drenched by a heavy rain accompanied
by hall. Between Bucklln imd Meade, on
the Rock Island road, hall did much dam
age to crops. Hall broke nearly every
window on tho north side of an tast
bound Rock Island train, and brokon glass
cut several passengers
I' This coffee is sold in 1 ?
f and 2 lb. tins. Grind fresh
S each day not too fine. 1
J J. A. FOL,GSP (D. CO. 1
San Frnrtclcco ?
IjTaportoro of Fine Coflfooo
DR. C. W. HIGGINS.
Has one of Ihe very latest X-Ra rnd
Electrical Machines in his office.
Electric Baths and all of tho very latest
treatments given. In the most sclcntlflo
Microscopic Medical Institute
C. W. Higgins, M. D., Mgr. and Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Corner -Main and Third South.
Has praotlced In Salt Lnko City for twon-ty-flvo
years, and the wonderful and well
established cures ho hns elTccted In that
time provo tho sciontlfic principles on
vhlch his medicines are compounded
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of tho mi
croscope enables him to detect tho pri
mary causo of diseases nnd effect a
radical cure. Tho doctor has cured thou
nands of cases of
Nervous Dobility, Montal and Physi
cal Weakness nnd Nervous
And will forfeit 5500 for any caso takon
under his treatment which ho fajls to
All classes of prlvato diseases cured and
all old, lingering diseases, which vltlnto
tho blood and Impair the system, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Liver andi
kldnoy comolnlnt curcil. All classes of
fits cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay. Offlco hours, 10 to 3:30 and 7 to
S v. m.
Please send for a list of questions to
Dr. C. W Hlgglns, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Hall's Cough Remedy Is a specific
for it. Why lot the little ones suf- i
or when they can bo relieved o n
easily? For salo by all druggists.- n
At Wholesale by Nelden-Judson I
. Brug Co., Salt Lake, Utah. I
Wabash Mining Company. Principal
place of business Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Thoro aro delinquent on tho fol
lowing described stock on account of as
sessment No. 7, levied on the 21st day of
April, 1904, the several amounts fct oppo
site the names of tho respective share
holders, as follows;
Ctf. Name. Shares. Ami.
40-C. R. Chamberlain 500 J25.00
4G-S. M. Warmbath 100 5.00
61 Bertha Behr 200 10.00
62 Fannie J. Clark 200 10.00
64 Max Behr 50) 25.00
Gl-M. A, Segall 200 10.O)
51 Mux Bohr 500 25.W
52- Sam Rubens 600 25.00
110- Gabe Greenwald 600 (25.00
111 A. Prince 200 10-CO
11C Meyer Goldsmith 260 12,50
119 L, M. llorman 600 25.00
127-Chnrlcs Tobias 1000 60.00
132 Jennie Bernstein 250 12.60
183 Charles E. Stanton 250 12.50
209 Ed J. Levy 200 10.00
23S John Barton 100 6.00
211 Sophia Hlrsch 100 5.00
320 Tx)uIb Mooro 109 64.70
W3 F. M. Curtis 260 12.60
353 Simon Hlrsch 250 12 50
3G.0-C S Woods 333 16.G5
372 Stella Solomon :. 250 1 2.60
374 Adolph Solomon 600 25.00
377-C. C. Allison ;..'50O 25.00
.'j7Jv-F J. McShano 500 25.00
430 H. S. Joseph 100 5.00
452- 11. S. Joseph 100 5:00
482 II. U. Colo company 100 6.00
453 II. B. Colo company 100 6.00
519-F. J. McShano 100 5.00
(v!2 John R. Galley 300 15.00
514 Albert Well 300 15.00
650 11. T, Kimball 100 5.00
651- N. A. Page 100 6.C0
GOGA. S. Campbell , 100 5.00
032 N. A. Pago ...J. 100 5.00
G49 J. Obernderfcr 500 25.00
C52 II. B. Cole Co 25 1.25
C54-N A. Pago 100 5.00
G71 N A. Page 10") 5.00
676-Charles Tobias ,... 333 1-3 10.07
C77 T. E. Newman 100 5.00
691 Rachel U. Slogcl 100 6.00
G92-Rachel U. Slogel 100 6.00
G33-Rachcl U Slegcl 100 G.00
712 Lester D. Freed 1000 60.00
7H-R. E. Miller 100 5.00
72411. S. Josoph 100 6.00
74&-Mcycr & Josoph 100 5.00
753 Hudson Sons Co 100 0.00
7G0 II. S. Joseph 100 5.00
7G1 II. S. Joseph 100 5.00
513 N. A. Page 100 5.00
514 Fredcrica Densar ICO 6.00
823 Barnctt & Langley 100 6.00
S25-TI. B. Colo Co ICO G.00
$32-N. A Page 100 COO
S55 W. B. Andrews COO 25.00
fG0-W. B. Andr-s 100 5.00
692 George Llppman 125 G.25
S?l Sam'l L Goldsmith 250 12.60
SOT N, A. Page 100 6.C0
902-E, W. Reese 25 1.25
907-Hudson Sons Co 100 B.00
918 Hudson Sons Co 100 5.00
943 N. A. Pago 100 5.00
945 N. A. Pago .. 10) 5.00
970-J. S. Ferris 100 5.00
973 J. R. Ferris 10) 6.00
1032 J. S. Ferris 100 5.00
1037 J. S. Ferris 100 6.00
1038- J. S. Ferris 100 6.0O
1033- J. S. Ferris 100 5.C0
1042 J. S. Ferris 100 G.00
1015 IxhiIs N. Joseph 100 5.00 "
IOCS N. A. Page 100 5.00
1072 N. A. Page 100 6.00
110S N. A. Pago 100 G.00
1146 N. A. Page 100 6.00
11G7-N. A. Pago 100 5.00
1172 W. H. Wclshar 700 55.00
1175 N. A. Pago 600 25.00
1179 N. A. Pago 100 G.00
1183 N. A. Pago 1C0 6.00
1199 Sheets & Thompson .... 100 G.00
1205 N. A. Pago 1000 50.00
1237 N. A. Page 100 5.00
123S N. A. Pago 10O 5.00
1257 John Barton 300 15.0)
12C8 H. E. Deckebach "... 600 25.0)
1277 A. II Tarbet 1003' 50.00
1278 II. B. Cole Co 10) 6.00
1252 M. M. Miller 100 5.00
3301 J. B. Thompson 200 10.00
1310 Florence S. Joseph 600 -, 25.00
Ifl7-Max Behr 500 25.00
1?21 N. A. Pago 100 5.00
1322 N. A. Pago r. 100 5.00
133$ Jerry Harrington 100 5.00
USG Julius Franklo 150 22.50
1253 W. II. Wclshar. 300 15.C0
'tGl-W. M. Wyburn 200 10.00
1302 J. A. Czizek 100 6.CO
1SCO Thomns Currlgan 100 5.00
13SS-N. A. Page 500 25.00
lion-R. A. Waddell SCO 25.00
KlO-Mllion.Paul Magly ICO 5.CO
1123 N. A. Page 500 25.00
15CG John R. Galley 100 5. CO
1517 Nellie F. Keogh 325 16.25
1620-R. A. Waddell 100 5.0)
1659 N. A. Pago 500 25. CO
1PG3 Hatfield Sons Co 500 25.C0
1675 Louis Schneider 500 25.00
1C03 John R. Galley 200 10.00
ir.ll Ed M. Gulnzburg 175 S.75
1G12-Ed M. Gulnzburg 100 5.00
1013 Ed M. Gulnzburg 100 5.0)
1G14 Ed M. Gulnzburg 100 5.00
1016 Ed M. Gulnzburg 100 5.00
1G1G Ed M. Gulnzburg 100 o.CO
1021 W. W. Armstrong 600 25.00
1022 W. W. Armstrong 60) 25.00
1018 Florenco S. Joseph 100 5.00
1064-C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
1C55 C. M. Freed 10)0 60.00
nC5G C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
1057 C. M. Freed 10C0 50.00
1058 C. M. Freed .'.1000 60.00
1059 C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
16G0C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
1GC1 C. M. Freed 1000 50.O)
1C62 C. M. Freed 1000 60.0)
1CG3-C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
1G0I-C. M. Freed 1000 50 00
10A5C. M. Freed 500 250
1GJ5 Chas. Morrison ICO 5.00
16SC Chas. Morrison 100 6.00
10S7 Chas. Morrison 100 5.00
1719 A. H. Tarbet .....1003 60.00
172C Herman Hill 100 5.00
172S A. Brown 300 15.00
173111. B. Cole Co 1000 50.00
17I0O. M Moody 400 . 20.00
1741-F. K. Smith 1000 50.00
17(9 C. M. Freed 1000 50.00
j750c. M Freed 1000 50.CO
1751 C. M. Freed : 1000 60.00
1752 C. M. Freed 1000 50.00
175S C. M. Freed 1000 50.00
1754 C. M. Freed 10 60.00
1755 C. M. Freed 1000 50.00
1701 A. J. Shores 1000 E0.00
1775 George W. Morgan 1030 60.00
17S1W. A. Clark 4(0 20.00
1782 Fannie J. Clark , 100 6.00
1784 M. S Pendcrgast 413 20.65
17SG P. F. Sherwood 500 25.00
17S7 p. F. Sherwood 500 25.00
1791 C. M. Freed 1000 60.00
1792 C. M. Freed 1030 50.00
1795 J. Obernderfcr .., 300 5.0)
j 706 J. Obernderfcr 20) 10.00
1815 P. F. Sherwood 10)0 60.00
)Sliw. II. Best 200 10.0)
1S22 J. Obcrndorfer 4.. 200 10.0)
1853 Emanuel Beck 600 2C00
1S59 Lester D. Freed 600 25.(0
lf-GO-E. L. Pratt 250 12.60
1SG1 II. S. Josoph 2000 1(0. 00
1SG4 Arthur F. Barnes 660 27.60
1SC5-T. Egan .........1778 SS.90
And In accordance with law nnd tho or
der of tho board of directors mado on the
21st day of April, 1901, so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as may bo
neccesarv will bo sold at tho offlco of the
company", room 521 Atlas block. West Sec
ond South street. Salt Lako City, Utah, on
tho 14th day of June. 150-1. at tho hour or
1 o'clock p. m., to pay tho delinquent as
r.cB3mcnt thereon, togothcr with tho cost
of advertising and expense of sale.
W. MONT FERRY. Secretary.
Offlco, 621 Atla3 block, Salt Lake City
ffV CLLTELV PORE
Jp ssfe Tuoso suffering from woak
2 y nobMes which sap tbo pleasure
U jf B of lifo should tako Juvcu Pills.
i i Ouo box will tell n story of
marvelous results. This medicine has more
rejuvenating, vltalizine forco tbnn has ever
been offered. Sent post-pnld In plain packarxo
only on receipt of this ndr. ana SI.
Mado by Its orittlnntors C. 1. Hood Co.. prc
priotorj Hood' Snrsaparliia, Lowell, Atas?
UNION ASSAY OFETOE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 162 South W. Tempi.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will rocolvo prompt attention. Analytic!
work a specialty. Send for prlo 11b t.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho rcspectlvo
signers for further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Cclcstla D. Ferrb, deceased.
Tho petition of Franklin Samuol Fer
ris, praying for tho Issuanco to himself
of letters of administration in the estate
of Cclcstla D. Ferris, deceased, has been
set for hearing on Friday, tho 10th day
or June, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m..
at the county courthouse, in the court
room of said court, in Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of 9ald court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, thlM 25th day of
May. A. D. 1D04. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Dana T. Smith, Attorney for Peti
JN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
balo dlvlslop, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of Benja
min M. Ilnrman, deccaucd. Notice.
Tho petition of tho St. Joe Mining com
pany, a corporation, praying for an order
to convey real property of snld decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear
bofore tho said court to show causo why
an order should not be granted to sell
no much as shall be necessary of tho
following described real cstato of said
decenseu, to wit:
Tho Owl lode mining claim, located In
the West Mountain mining district,
county of Salt Lake, Slato of Utah, for
the purpones set forth in tho said peti
tion, has been set for hearing on Friday,
the 17th day of June, A- D. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m.. at tho counly courthouse.
In tho courtroom of enld court, in Salt
Lako City, Salt Lake counly, Utah. ;
Wltnesn tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof afflxeeL this 1st day of
Juno, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk,.
D. II. Wcnger, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Thomas II. Hills, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Ada Hills, administratrix
of tho estate of ThomaB H. HUIb, de
ceased, praying for an order authorizing
conveyance of certain property and for
the summary distribution of the residue
of said estate to tho persons entitled, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 10th
day of Juno, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at the county courthouse. In the court
room of said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said ccurt, with tho
seal thoreof affixed, this 24th day of May,
A. D. 1S04. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
George L. Nye, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
In tho matter of tho estate of John
Johnson, deceased. Notice.
Tho potltlon of Anna M. Johnson, ad
ministratrix of tho estate of John John
son, deceased, for confirmation of tho
ealo of tho following described real cs
tato of said decedent, to wit:
All of lots 2, 3. 4. 5, G. 7. 8 and 9, in
block 1, East Park subdivision, Salt Lake
county, Utah, for the sum of S500.O3, and
upon tho following terms, to wit: sub
ject to confirmation by thle court, as ap
pears from the return of sale, filed In
this court, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 10th day ot June. A. D, 1904.
nt 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county court
house, in tho courtroom of said court, in
Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of
May. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
(Seal) , Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Peter Malmstrom, deceased.
The potltlon of Hllma G. Malmstrom,
administratrix of tho estate of Poter
Malmstrom, deceased, praying for an or
der of salo of real and personal prop
erty of said decedent, and that all persons
Interested appear before the said court
to show cause why an order should not
bo granted (o sell ho much as shall bo
necessary ofithe following described real
and personal! cstato of said deceased, to
wlt: An undivided one-half Interest In tho
"M. & M." store, situated In Bingham
Junction, Utah; said storo consists of a
small one-story brick structure; together
with the land on which It Btands; together
with a stock of merchandise; has been set
for hearing on Friday, the 10th day of
June, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, In the courtroom
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed this 25th dey of May,
A. D. 1501. ' JOHN JAMES.
Bv David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
James Ingebrctscn, Attorney for Peti
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Atkinson Whltworth, de
ceased. Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the office
of Wilson &. Smith. Nos. 705-S McCornick
block. Salt Lako City. Utah, on or boforo
tho' 10th day of September. A. D. 1901.
JOHN A. WIIITWORTH.
Administrator of the Estate of Atkinson
Wilson & Smith. Attorneys for Estate.
Date of first publication. May 5, A. D.
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of the St.
Mark's Hospital, a corporation of Utah,
will bo held on Tuesday. Juno 21. 1904, nt 4
o'clock p. m at the office of Walker
Bros., bankers, Salt Lake City, Utah, for
tho purpose of voting to amend and
amending Article III. of tho articles of
Incorporation so that same shall read as
folio wb, to wit:
"That tho corporation heroin provided
for and heroby created shall exist and
continue for the term of twonty-sovon
years, unlcsa sooner dissolved or disin
corporated according to law."
By order of tho hoard of directors.
M. II. WALKER, PresldonL
Charles E. Perkins, Secretary. w2654
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H Continuous quotations on New
H York Stocks and Chicago Grain. II
ui We buy and sell stocks and grain m
m on margin or for cash. Our private H
Mj rooms enable our austomers to n
m como In and transact business with D
B the utmost sccrcoy n
V Write or call for our Book of In- w
h formation ("SyBtom of Specula-
1 tlon"), free upon application, m
l j00!"3 209-210-211-212 D. F. Walker 1
H Members Salt Lake Stock and R
M Mining Exchange 'Phono C?9.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP;
Consult County Clerk or the respective
sjgncrs for further information.
kJtF1?1? DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
t0oRI(vlal0,n' n uam! for Salt Lake coun- VM
liiJl? a1 S1 Wn 1,10 matter of the
tico sPhl Anderson, deceased No-
The petition of Sherman Anderson pray
ing for tho isouanco to himself of letters of
administration In tho enute of Sophia An
dernon, deceased, has been set for hear
Ing on Friday, the 10th day of Jun, A.
D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county
courthouse, in the courtroom of oald court
Utah Y' Salt JLako' COUnty-
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of
May,- A. D. 1004. tM
(Seal.) -JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By J. U. Eldredgo, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
N. J. Sheckell, Attorney for Petitioner.
. THE ' DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
In the matter of tho estate of Henry
Barnes, deceased. Notice. '
The petition of Abbollno Barnes, cxecu
lilx of tho estate or Henry Barnes, de
ceased, praying for the settlement of. final
account of said executrix, and for tho
distribution of the residue of said CBtaLt
to the persons entitled, has boeri set tof
he-aring on Friday, the 3rd -day of June.
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. rr., at tho
county courthouse, in tho courtroom of
said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
April, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
L. B. Hempstead, Attorney. W237G jH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate Division, In nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
cstato and guardianship of Homer Wil
11am Brown, minor. Notice.
Tho potltlon of Mattlo Brown praying
for the Issuance to herself of letters of
guardlAnshlp on the porson and estate of
Homer William Erown. minor, hns been
set for" hearing on Friday, the 10th day of
June, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, in the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
WltnosB the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, thiB 27th day of .
May, A. D. 1901-
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. 'r
Cannon, Irvino & Snow, Attorneys for
INt THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate 'division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah.
In the matter of tho estate of Melissa
C. Kimball, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Robert T. Kimball, ad
mtnlstrator of the estate of Melissa C.
Kimball, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all porsons interested appear be
fore the said court to ehow cause why
cn order should not be grnnted to sell
so much as shall be necessary of the fol
lowing described real estute of said de
ceased, to wit:
Part of lot 1, block GO, plat "A." Salt
Lako City survey, bounded as follows:
Commencing at a point 110 feet south of
tho northeast corner of said lot 1, run
ntng thence west 145 fect, south 57 feet,
cast 105 feet, north 57 feet to beginning.
Alo all of lot 28 and tho north half
of lot 29, in block 1 of Walker's subdl
vision of block 5, plat "A," Halt Lake City
survey, and also for an order approving jH
account und report of .tald administrator.
Has been sot for hearing on Friday, tho
3rd day of June. A. D. 190i, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse, in tho
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county, Utah,
Witness tho clerk of said court, with .H
the seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day
Of May, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
(Seal) Clerk. iH
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk. 'M
N. V. Jones, Attorney. w2373
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division, In nnd for Salt Lake coun- IH
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of th VM
cstato and guardianship of Sadie Mc- IH
Chrystal, Mark A. McChrystal and Jason IH
McChrystal. minors. notice. jH
The petition of Sarah A. McChrystal,
the guardian of tho persons and the es
tatcs of Sadie McChrystal et a I., minors.
praying for an order of sale of certain IH
real property of said minors, Mark A. and IH
Jason McChrystal, and that all persons
Interested appear before the said court to
show causo why an order should not be
granted to sell so much as shall be neces- 1
sary of the following-described interest in
said real estate owned by each of said H
minors, Mark A. and Jason McChrystal.
to wit: An undivided G19-10.000 of said
Eagle group of mlnee, consisting of the
following mining claims and mlllsltes, sit
uated In tho Tintlc mining district, Juab
county (except raid mlllsltes), and located.
patented, known as tho Eagle lode mining
claim. U. S. lot 123; the Blue Bell lodo ml
ing claim, U. S. lot 121; tho North Exten
slon Eaglo lodo mining claim. U.S. lot 213:
tho North Extension Blue Boll, U.S. lot 212;
tho Bcccher lode mining claim, U. S. lot
195, A; tho Houghton lode mining claim,
U. S. lot 197; the South Extension Boechcr IH
lode mining claim, U. S, lot 216; the South IH
Extension Blue Bell lodo mining claim, U.
S, lot 215; the South Extension Eagle lodo
mining claim, U S. lot 214; tho Watson tM
lode mining claim. I. S. lot 3722; the Wat- IH
Bon Lodo Extension lode mining claim, U.S. IH
lot 3723; tho Bcccher mlllsltc, U. S. lot 19o,
B (patented as situated Sn Just; county.
but actuallv situated In Utah county. jH
Utah); tho Eagle mlllsitc. U. S. lot 343
(altuatcd in Utah county, Utah), has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 10th day of
June. A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock n. m at the IJJH
countv courthonne, in the courtroom of IH
Bald court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 24th day of May. jH
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES
Bv David B. Davles. Depuy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Thomas P. Thomas, deceased.
Creditors, will present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at tho office
of Wilson & Smith. 705-S McCornick build
Ing, Salt Lake City. Utah, on or before IJJ))JM
tho 10th day of Soptombcr, A.QD. IH
Administrator of the 'Estate of Thomai
P. Thomas. Deceased.
Wilson & Smith, Attorneys for Estate IH
Dato of first publication, May 5, A. D.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate Division, in and for Salt Lako Coun
ty. State of Utah.-In the matter of tha iJjJH
estate of Thcophllus K. Williams, da
ceased. Notice. .
Tho petition of Graham F, Putnam.
executor of the estate of Thcophllus K.
WllllomB. deceased, praying for the set
tloment of final account of said executor.
nnd for tha. dlBtrlbution of the residue of
said estaTJT to the persons entitled, hoa
bten set for hearing on Friday, the 27th tm
day of May. A. D.. 1904. at 10 o'clock a.
m at the countv courthouse in the court- jH
room of eald court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clork of snld court, witb
the seal thereof affixed, this 16th day of
M,(' D" 1WM JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By' David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Grant H. Smith. Attorney. wl64o
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALT
Lako county. State of Utah.-John H.
Berryman, plaintiff, vs. Fannie Berryman,
defendant. Summons. . , .
Tho State of Xtah to the said dofend-
a,You aro hereby summoned to appear IH
within twenty daj-s after tho service of
this summons upon you, If served within
tho county in which this action Is brought. IH
othorwlse, within thirty days after ser-.
vice, and defend tho above entitled no-S lm
lion' and la enno of your fnlluro so to do. IH
Judg'mont will bo rendered against you IH
according to tho demand of the com-
plnint, of which a copy is herewith sen-ed (JtH
upon you. E. O. LEATHER WOOD.
16-17 Commercial block, Salt Lako City.