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, THE 8 ALT IuAKE lOBTTisrE: SUNDAY MOKNXNTG, JVJSTJZ 5, 1904. ' " J kH
Jjfr Day wits the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers! )
Si Listless and Bill!'
ejjjTo Stock-in the Active List Which
t Shows a Change of Point Dur
ing the Week.
EW YORK. June . It would be dif
ficult to find a slock In the activ
list which shows a change of as
much as a point from the last price
Friday of last week, when dealings
""Sfrcre suspended for the three days' holi
ffiay which followed. Gains and losses are
.liflxed. Prices have- ;iot been very iar
" 'Jjfrrom the level of a week ago at any time,
iOji'ut the light selling of the early part of
Sjjjfce week was followed by equally light
bM&vcr!n? of shorts yesterday and today,
er.rjthus practically obliterating the week's
Cjfefchangcs. The markers entirely unaf
rjectcd by news.
llJtfrho bank statement did not reflect all
;jjif tho expected gain In cash, and -tho
"Ijwans contraction was not as large as cx
fccted. But Wall street has been draw
'TlvjfiaS unfavorable inferences rather than
lQlhervIso from tho accumulation of Idle
V7yfeft reserves, so that tho motive for the
Qijl stagnation can hardly be attributed
rrWfls causo The, closing was virtually
IftJve. Total sales of bonds, par value,
Vl)l ?jFraverage level of the stock market
bff fPsn practically Immovablo this week,
Syfcaihree days' holiday Interval develop-
r -'ir'nothing to lift It out of the rut Into
ilch It has fallen. There wore some ex
.typtlons among a number of low-grade
'wjon-dlvldcnd paying stocks, and, at the
fkiipther extreme, some of the high-grade ln
frycstmcnt stocks. The usually active
iEptocks, of which the lloatlng supply In
-r-s-tho market Is large, and whose niovc
Ijnents usually rellect tho current specula
rly jivo sentiment, have lain almost dormant.
J flfjThc drop In low-grade stocks was regard-
;id as an adjustment of long standing dls
Icrcpanclcs brought about by former
jjananlpulativc tactics by pools In those
gSSetocks and maintained with ccmparatlvo
t5Easc owing to the small outstanding sup
Hlply of thc-vsc Issues. The abandonment of
Mtfcupport of those stocks or tho fear of Its
PnAbandonment led to somo selling by sus
IL!lfccIous followers of the former movement
Caipn them and their prompt yielding to the
' 'Mower price level.
7yJ The vulnerability of the high-grade in
Sfvestmont stocks to light liquidation Is
VJflevIdence of the dearth of investment de-.-.(i&nand
in the market to take up such offer
UoLprigs, An thing like forced liquidation
Jnakcs tiuick Inroads on values In any
JJptpart of the list. Owing to the extreme
.Prticase of the money market, however, there
Pnla very llttlo of such liciuidation. The re
...Qipult is the inert market which is seen
J.WLljfrom day to day. News developments
ruirisuch as are usually effective In prompting
ptffiBpeculatlvo operations arc ignored, and it
at is evident that the outcome of more gen
EPCieral conditions is what Is awaited before
ycnturing on commitments to securities.
49B Tho break In the cotton market is rc
JBgarded hopefullj as helping to relieve the
IJrdeadlock In iho cotton goods trade on ac
.Vlcount of the speculative level at which
jMtho price of tho staplo has been held.
Some r0vlal of trade was reported by the
sBirraln crops but lack of sufficient warmth
wBflurlng tilt weclc and the. tone of somo of
Vfljthc unofficial crop estimates have im
TjBjiaired the better feeling over the grain
31 Gross earnings of railroads reported
-jjg have made rather better comparisons
with last year than in tho preceding
a weeks, the declines shown making a
'Si Imaller percentage. Net earnings for
. jjfcAprll, however, have been discouraging
-.tnd havo failed to rellect any benefit
VySrom measures of retrenchment. Better
lap2 are held in this respect for the May
f Wowing, as large economies and reduc
lons of working forces have been accom
lishcd during that time. These reduc
ons are attributed, however, to the
, yowed decrease in offered traffic, and so
X iiavo a double significance to the security
Reported plans for the curtailment of
Q ron and steel production are Interpreted
C 18 an index of poor prospects in that Im
lortnnt trade, and a diminished demand
j .or copper and lend are given the same
t iMgnincance This course of things Is not
3 contrary to expectation, so that its prln
k .3 clpal effect on securities Is to hold them
?ln a deadlock while awaiting the next
V$i phase in the business situation.
"J Gold has continued to go out In mod
w ; erato amount from New York, but re
?& ccipts of Japanese gold at San Francisco
' 1 l vo a'E0 continued. Money remains ex
yi xomely easy In New York, with reserves
a jillng up further in the banks, and no ob
fj stacle Is offered to tho gold outgo by an
15 dvanco in Interest rales. Attention Is at
J ractcd to tho large bank note expansion
; or May in face of the contraction of tho
30. J Jrculatlon by accumulation in reserves.
vj .he release of Government bonds which
glf fcro held as security for the Government
Cposlts withdrawn for the Panama pay-
went Is tho stimulating eauso for the.
Bntt noto expansion, and some fears are
Kpressed that the gold outgo Is forced to
t.A Omo extent by this injection Into the cur
up ency already apparently redundant.
Jftv VThe bond market has been narrow and
i Bull. United States 2s registered have ad
. JtAncfcrt U. tho 3s coupon and the old 4s
jI; the new -is registered and tho now
'iW. coupon while the 2s have declined
" :Pcr cent on call during the week.
RVCll N12"V YORK BOND LIST.
r "re 23 r,E--'10l&Mnnhat c g s..io3
nTV 'lct 22 coup. 105 Mex Cent -is G3'A
' ' P2s c01'!' 100 I Minn & St L 4s. W "
MS n rcg 1!C2 Mo K & T is 9S?'S
f x? n 'lB coup... 132 2nds 77
(UvS old 4s rog...l064 N R of M c -is.. 74
t Ifst?ld coup. 107 N Y C gen 3'-s. 03
, :tchlson gen 4s. 101 N J C gen Gs....l30.
1 djuslment 4s. OlVi Nor Pac 4s 104
ggpktlantic C L 4S. 03 Nor Pac 3a 721?
99 A' & O 4s lul N & W con 4s... 09
- O 3s P3i O S L. 4s & p... y.
st inc ... . ... 51 Rending gen 1b.. OOVi
fitO is l(HISt L. tc I M c Ss.lli'A
nti ZV-S 73 St L & S P fg 4s. 8-J
81 -B & Q n 4s... fWSt L S'wcst lsts. 02
21 'M & St P g 4s.lC0 Soaboard A L. -is. 70V
J con 7s . .12$ So Puc -Is OOVi
- ?R I &. P R 4s. CS So By 6s, 115
A 'C C St X, g -is. 09 T St Tj & W 4s.. 70
J nl Term Is 71 Union Pac 4s. ...103
A ans Tob 4s CO UP conv 4s 07
4J 9)9 4s-r u S Steel I'd 5s . 73
&trr ft r g 43...!. j Wabash Ists ...U5Vi
oDfj rJ. 1'rlnr 1 4s... !SVi Wabash deb B f7Vi
rUES? V & D C Ist.lOIH Wis Cunt 4s 00
:M P,?kx,val 4Vts...l07Vj CP&l conv 5s. CO1.
11 tl CLOSING STOCK LIST.
, "tfHsEi L1 Sales. High? Low. Closo
iJAtchlson COO CW4 09 69
PyPruf erred 7LTV1
TSJBalte Ohio m 76Vi 7S& 75
Pref erred 00y-
e?n Pacific 100 117 117A 117A
TiFfn of N J IT ..... 153
. 8 'fa & 0nl 20
eS. r'i1 Alt0 200 3CV4 3G 35
" f,ccc',1 H'J
fn & N A icSVj.
Ihl, Mil & St Paul.. 1,000 140 139 139?i
lnKr(rri'(!'( i-- 17
BSUW Tor & Tran G
fferred 100 14 II 11 -
C & St L..., C3
Southern ...... ICO 1J 14 11?;
t. rS Preferred 200 49 49 4E&
it. !r? Preferred 1000 19 19 11SV1
if f'!t & Hllon 100 1534 103 153
urftJ51' Lck & AV 2C9
3boniS,nver & R G 19?J
,trr. Preferred 05
. -WiPO ... LS00 23 ,,23'Zi 23?b
t preferred 1,000. 57 v57 57
-r-r- -r -r-r--f -r
4- SILVER. -f
4- New York Ec -f
San Francisco 55c 4-
-f- London 25 5-ied
New York exchange ,.M.S534.V) -f
-f- New Y'ork exchange.. $12.12ft12.37 4-
2d preferred 100 31 34-i 34
Hocking Valley ci
Preferred 79 ,
Illinois Central 100 129 129 129
Iowa Central 100 14 .14 14
Kansas City So 19
Preferred v- 37
Louis & Nash '.: 37
Metropol Sccurlt 7C
Met St Ry 200 110 110 110
Minn & St Louis 40
M, St P & St Stc M US
Mo, Knn & Texas ..... 15
Preferred ." 33
Nat R R of Mex pfd 3-3
N Y Central 200 114?4 114?i 114
Nur vt "Western .... 100 &l 51 54
Ontario & West 4,000 23 22 22?i
Pennsylvania 1,300 113ft 113& 113
Pitts. C. C & St L S3
Reading 1G.500 45 44 4-1
1st preferred 100 79 79 7S
2d preferred 2C0 C3 63 C3
Rock Island Co 700 20- 20& 204,
St L & S F 2d pref.. 10-3 43 43 42
St Louis S W 100 10 . 10 10
So Pacific 1,300 451 45 45
So Railway 200 19;i 19 19
Tex & Pacific 200 20 20ft 201',
Tol. St L & W 22
Union Pacific 1.000 S3' S3 82
Wheel & L E 14
Wisconsin Central ; 16
Preferred .-. 35
Mex Central 1.000 7 . G?L
Express Companies 1
United SUites ICO
Wells Fargo 200
Amul Copper 800 49 49',. 49',i
Amor Car &. F IGVi
Amcr Cotton OH 27
PrefeiTcd ..; Sj
American Ico 300 25 26 23
Preferred 300 2G 26 25
Ami-r Linseed Oil 6
jp-r Locomotive ,i lSvi
Amcr Sm & Kef iW 52 52s 52
Pivforred COO 97 97 OrVi
Amer Sug;lr Rcfln... S00 125Vi 125U 125
Anaconda Mln Co f 71
Brook Rapid Tr 00") 47va 47 46
Colo Fuel & Iron 2S?i
Consol Gas 700 203 203 203
Coru Products 200 10& 101 10
Preferred 200 65 Co G4
?")lstlllcrs' Secur 20V1
General Electrlo 155
Intcrr.at Paper .... 100 10 10 10
Inter Pump 200 83 33 33
National Lead 2,100 20, 19 10
Nor American S2
People's Gils ..... 05
Pressed Steel Car... 500 26 25 233i
Pullman Pal Car ..... 210
Republic Steol - ..... c
Rubber Goods 15
Tenn Coal & Iron 33
U S Leather SO
U S Realty 100 C G?8 G-
Preferred 700 59 59 69
U S Rubber 400 16 15 15
Preferred 100 06 CC 05
U S Slocl 1.500 0 9 9 "
Preferred 3,200 53 53 53
Wcstlnghouse Elec 153
"Western Union SO
Total sales for tho day, 57,500 shares.
Weekly Bank. Statement.
NEW YORK June 4. The statement of
averages for the clearing-house banks or
this city for the five days of this week
Loans i... .$1,030,503,200
Decrease .- 154,000
Legal tenders 79,837.200
Specie ; ,220.023,400..
' Increase ' 3,318,000
Reserve required 274,099.725
Increase .T..' 2.06S.550
Ex. U. S. deposits i 37,605,000
Tho Finuncier says: "The most notable
features of the official statement of tho
New York Associated banks for tho live
days of tho week (Monday being a holi
day) were tho further liquidation In loans,
the moderate net Increase In cash, not
withstanding tho estimated large gain as
shown by the traceable movements of
money, the quite small decrease In gen
eral deposits and a further Increase in
surplus reserve. Tho loans were reduced
$3,918,200. mnking'a liquidation in this Item
of 512,303,400 In tho three weeks since May
14. Tho xrcaler part of this reduction in
loans which was effected during the fort
night ending the previous week, was due,
as has been heretofore stated, to the can
cellation of loans of public deposits which
were surrendered to tho treasury.
'"The further liquidation last week seems
to have been caused by the indisposition
of borrowers to make new engagements
even at tho low rates for time money
ruling in tho market Tho cash gain for
the week was only $2,029,900 net, whereas
the estimates almost unmistakably
showed an increase of SS.7S0.700. As tho
discrepancy ls otherwise incxplalnablo, It
may be regarded as duo to tho averago
"The general deposits decreased only
$154,000. or ?l,733,70O below the sum of tho
reduction in loans, lees the net gain In
cash, and therefore tho statement failed
to' make a good balance. Tho required
reserve against general doposlta decreased
JiS,750, which sum, added to tho net gain
in cash, made ?2,OSS,550 as the Increase in
surplus reserve to $3l,7C0,875. Computed
upon tho basis. of deposits, less those of
$23,3S0,CCO of public funds, tho surplus la
J7,C06,000. Public deposits wore decreased
jl,497,3O0 during the week and circulation
was Increased ?2S0,400, making, with the
previous week's gain in this item, a total
of SSOl.COO in the fortnight.
"The dally average of clearings for the
bank week of live days was $181,000,000, or
$10,000,000 greater than for tho previous
week. The clearings on Saturday, reflect
ing Friday's business, wero 5173,404,093, or
below tho dally average. Tho surplus
against general doposlta last week was
S2.-1 12.825 below. tho maximum for tho year,
which was recorded April 23. In, tho last
three weeks tho surplus has increased
?18,0S3,f25 from the minimum of ?12,827,2o0
on May 14."
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK.. Juno 4. Bar silver, 65c;
Mexican dollars, 44c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 4. Silver bars,
55c: Mexican dollars, nominal; drafts,
sight, 2c; drafts, telegraph, 5c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Juno 4. Money pn call
nominal; no loans,
Tlmo loans easy; sixty and ninety days,
lGf2 per cent; six months. 3C per
Prlmo mercantile paper, 3tfM per cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual bus-
incss In bankers' bills at $4.87.00 for de
mand and at $4.S5.C5 for sixty days. -
Posted rates, $4 SCp.SO1 and JLSS.
Commercial bills, $4.S145
Now York Metals.
NEW YORK, Juno 4. Tho limited
movement In metals today developed no
Copper QuI6t and easy; Lake, $12.S7;
electrolytic. $12.C212.87; costing.
Tin-Dull; spot, $27.12tf'27.37.
Spelter Easy; spot, f l.S7'g5.CO.
Iron Unchanged; warrants, $9.12."
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Juno I. Influenced by
heavy realizing sales, all grain w;ts weak
hero today, notwithstanding severe rain
storms In various sections of the country.
July wheat closed with a loss of 1c. Corn
Is down l&5?V&c. Oats aro off c and
For a few moments at tho start the
wheat market showed signs of considera
ble strength, initial sales in July being
i?c up, at S9g9c. Tho causes of
tho opening firmness were higher cables
and continued rains west and southwest,
where sevcro damago by floods was con
sidered Imminent. Many traders, how
over, were disposed to tako profits on tho
advance, apparently not wishing to hold
lines over Sunday. After tho first five
minutes of trading tho selling pressure
became so decided that tho markot broko
oharply, July selling down to SSc. For
somo tlmo tho market hold steady around
this figure. Tho steadier tono resulted
mnlnly from covering by shorts, who wero
actuated by smaller receipts in the North
west. Later in the day a fresh selling
fever seized traders, and on renewed
liquidation prjees declined still further,
July dropping to SSc, whero It closed at
a net loss of lc. Primary receipts were
202.300 bushels, against 225,300 bushels last
year. Clearances of wheat and flour wero
equal to 111.400 bushels. Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported 19 cars, against
170 cars last year.
Fear for tho future corn crop, so far as
tho effect on tho corn of heavy rains Is
concerned, seemed to havo largely abated
today, and there was no lack of offerings
at the opening. Tho close showed a slight
rally to 49S"19c, PiSlvic under yester
day's final figure. Local receipts were
moro liberal than anticipated. 553 cars, 50
grading contract, and this fact contrlb
utcdutcd to tho weaker tone.
In oats, as in wheat and corn, profit
taking wa3 the dominant disposition. Tho
closo showed a loss In July of c, at 39
ift39c. a uhado abovo tho bottom and a
recession from 4010c at tho opening.
Local receipts wero 112 cars.
Trado in provisions was only modorate,
and tho feeling was easier. Free offer
ings and a limited demand neutralized tho
effect of an Improved hog situation, and
tho market followed tho tendency of
grains. September pork closed I2c low
er, at 51L75; September lard showed a loss
of 7c, at 56.57, September ribs wero down
5c. at J6.85.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. 6pen. High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2
July, old 00 90 89 S9
July, now 89 89 88 SS
Sept, old 84 S3 83
Sept, now S3 83 S2 82
Corn No. 2
July 51 51 49 49
September 49 49 4S 4S
Oai3 No. 3
July 40 40 39 39
September 31 31 31 31
July 11.55 11. CO 11.47 11.52
September 11.85 11.85 11.70 11.75
July C.17 C.47 6.40 6.42
September 6.62 C.C3 C.53 6.57
July C70 6.75 6.65 0.C7
September C.87 6.02 6.S5 G.S7
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
was firm; winter patents, $4.7054.80;
straits, $l.I0fr4.G0; spring patents. $-l.30j)
4.70; straits. $3.00-1.30. bakers', $2 053.30;
No. 2 spring wheat, 911797c; No. 3, 9Sy2c;
No. 2 red, $l.Oftl.06. No. 2 corn, 4S; No.
2 yellow, 00. No. 3 whlto oats, 42'5-13c.
No. 2 rye. 75c. Good feeding barley, Sotfl'
42c. fair to choice malting, 4Sft6Ce. No. 1
flaxseed, $1; No. 1 Northwestern, $1.06.
Prime timothy seed $3. Mess pork, per
barrel, Sll.45HH.Cd. Lard, per 100 pounds.
56.35ft G.37. Short ribs sides (loose), $6.50fr
6.75. Short clear sides (boxed). $C.50T6.75.
Whisky, basis of hlirh wines, $1.28. Clover,
contract irrade, J10.75.
Flour, barrels S.700 1S.500
"Wheat, bushels 1C.CCO 19.300
Corn, bushels 533,600 442,100
Oats, bushels 153,700 3o2,?O0
Rye. bushels 3.000 4,600
Barley, bushels 15,900 11,800
On tho produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creamery, 13017c;
dairies, 1216c. Eggs steady at mark,
cases Included, 14j15c cheese easy at
CHICAGO, Juno 4.L-inltial sales on July
wheat were made at dn advanco of to
c at S0ft$9c. On a rush of longs to se
cure prolks. July declined tp 83c. Tho
market closed weak, July showing a net
: loss of lc. CIoho: Wheat July. 8c; old,
89S'Jc; September, 82fo'82c; old,
83c; 83c; December. Slc. Corn June,
4!c; July, 49'u 19c; September, 4Sc.
Oats June. 42c; JuLy, 39530c; Septem
ber, 31. Pork July. Sll.52.; September,
511.75. Lard July, $0,4040.42. September.
$6.07; December, $0.45; January, $0.53.
Ribs July, $0.07; September. Hj.ho. kyr
July. 67c. Flax Cash. Northwest, Sl.06.
Timothy June, $3.00. Clover SI. 07. Bar
leyCash, 4C(jl7c. Cash: Wheal No. 2
red, $1.05$il.l0; No. 3 red, Sl.03ftl.O0; No. 2
hard, 91ft $1.00; No. 3 hard, 83ft93c; No. 1
Northern, 98ftl.00; No. 2 Northern, 94fl9Sc;
No. 3 spring, SGfiOOe. Oats No. 2, 40c; No.
3. 39c Corn No. 2, 49g50c; No. 3, 49
CHICAGO, Juno 4.-Cattle Receipts,
300; market nominal. .Good to prime
steers, $5.00-56.25; poor to medium, $1.00ft
0.60: stackers and feeders, $3.2ugf4.75; cows.
$1.75Q1.50; helfora, 32.2C-1.75 : canners, $1.75
fr2.76; bulls, $2.25(iM.C0; calves. $2.50ft5,W).
Hogs Receipts today, 12,000; Monday,
45,000; murket steady to strong. Mixed and
butchers, $1.60ftl.82; good to choico
heavy, S4.75S4.85; rough heavy, Sl.GOG'4.75;
light, S1.G5S4.75; bulk of sales, $-LG3M.75.
Sheep Receipts, 3000; market steady;
lambs steady. Mixed to choico wethers,
$o.251i50i fair to choico mixed, $3.75ftU00;
Western sheep, $l.0'6.50; native lambs,
$5.00$ 6-60, Western lambs, ?5,50ftC.C5.
SOUTH OMAHA, Juno 4.-Cattlc Re
ceipts, SOO; market unchanged; native
steers, $4.25ft5.75: cows and heifers, ?3,D0tJ)
5,00; canners. $2.09ft3.5; stackers and feed
ers, $3.00..5Q: calves, $2.7rfo.50; bulls,
ntags, etc., $2.75ft-l,25. Hogs RccolptHi
9100; market opened 5c higher, closed,
easier; heavy. $1551.70; mixed, $4.50ft
1.02: light, $4.40ftN,CO; bulk of sales, $4.50
01.57. Sheep Receipts, 1500; market un
changed; demand moderate; Western
yearlings, $5,00g5.50; wethers, $5.00fT5.50;
ewes. $4.75-ft5.25; common and stackers,
$3.0035.00; lambs, $3,50S7.C0.
KANSAS CITY, Juno 4.-Caltle Re
ceipts, 1500; unchanged; native- steers, $-1.50
4C.05; cows and heifers, S2.50ft5.33; stack
ers and feeders, S3.25-l.70; Western fed
steers, JI.75ftiL50; Western cows. $2.5075.10.
Hogs Receipts, S00O, 5c higher; bulk of
sales, $-1.434.65; heavy, $I.G0ft-l.70: packers.
$4.05ft:i.C3; pigs and lights, $1.0034.55. No
Now York Sugar Markot.
NEW YORK June 4. Sugar, raw. firm;
fair refining, 3 7-16c; centrifugal, 95-tcst,
3 15-16o; molasses sugar, 3 3-10c; rcfinod,
steady; No. 6, $155; Nc. 7, $4.50; No. 8, $-1.45;
TAKES THE LEAD
Homo Gardeners Send in Their First
Green Peas Strawberries Down.
BTT TAH produce is obtaining tho prlncl
1 pal placo in tho markots gradually.
3 Now that Utah borrka have been
tho forerunners of the homo fruit
orchards, and green stuff is supplied
solely from Utah farms, there aro com
paratively fow imports. Green peas are
now selling by tho bushel Instead of by
the pound as beforo. The price per bushel
Is $1.60. New beets vwcro also seen at tho
endof the week. Green oniona havo been
rather scarcer of late, and the price was
yesterday put up to 20 cents per dozen.
Asparagus also went up from S cents to
10 cents. v
Strawberries took a largo fall yester
day. Tho Oregon berries wero reduced
from $1.75 to $3.75. Tho Utah berries will
bo put down on Monday, as they will then
bo moro plentiful. Tho rains of Thurs
day and Friday hold them back a llttlo,
but they will bo moro easily bought to
morrow. Tho last few shipments of Ore
gon fruit that came hero were not very
good. Tho shrlnkago was not large, but
tho berries wero small and tho flavor was
Yostorday concluded another week of
flno business In the markets. As stated
above, the leading feature was tho Utah
produce Pineapples were cleared out,
and almost tho last consignment has come
Eggs wont down 25 cents per case. This
Is a natural consequence of tho coming on
of summer and the agitation against tho
production of small eggs. The Hens'
union No. 4 unanimously refused to in
crease tho size of the eggo, and tho con
sequence is that the dealers have been
forced to lower tho wholesale prico to $5.25
per case. Butter Is unchanged.
Utah poultry has also been coming in
quicker. Last Thursday almost the en
tire demand was filled by home grown
hens and chickens. Toward tho end of
tho week, however, the consignments
from the East were also relied upon.
Prices aro all steady and there aro no In
dications of a break.
No change of any kind took place In
the grain markets last week. Prices were
kept up, as the demand ls even.
Fish wero scarce on Friday, but some
fresh consignments camo In yesterday
and wore, quickly snapped up, so that
thero was none left by tho evening. There
is no chango in any of tho prices.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale $ .30 .25
Timothy, per ton, baled 14.tOW15.50
Wheat, per bushel 1.00 1,10
Corn, per cwt l.-IOii 1.50
Corn cracked 1.45) 1 55
Oats l.70fii 1.80
Rolled oats 1.80ft' 1.90
Barley, rolled 1.50-7? 1.55
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2. Sol? 2.40
Flour, straight grade 2.45tfp 2.E0
Flour, high patent 2.65ft) 2.70
Graham flour 2.60g 2.70
Cornmcal 1.80 2.00
Bran 1.00ft? 1.10
Bran and shorts 1.10Q) 1.15
Dressed bcef.Spcr pound $ .07 .07
Dressed veal, per pound .OS
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed mutton, per pound... .07 .0S
Dressed lambs, per pound.... .09
Spring lambs, wholesale...... 3.00
Spring lambs quarter, retail 1.00 (Q1.60
Dressed hens, per pound $ .17
Ducks, per pound 17
Live poultry, per pound 16
Frozen broilers 22
Live broilers, per dozen 4.50
Santa Paula lemons, per box...$ 3.00t?-i.00
Bananas, per buncn... 2150
Black cherries, per box 1.50
Grape fruit, per case 4.00
Plo cherries, per box 1.00
Seedling oranges, per caso .... 2.75
Cocoanuta. per dozen l.W
Strawberries, per crate 3.75
Utah Berries, per case 2.507J2.75
Havana seeds 3.00ft3.23
Flgo and dates 6c, Sc, 10c
Utah ruhbarb, per pound .02
Limes, per 100 v 1.E0
Beet sugar, per 100... $ 5.80
Cane sugar .' 5.90
Winter potatoes, per cwt .,.$ 1,50
Wax beans, per pound .15
Summer squush, per lb .10
Dry onions .02
Wlnnlngstadt cabbage, per lb.. .03
New potatoes, per lb .....1.... .03
Green peas, per bushel 1.50 "
Beans, per box ..... 1.C0
Parsnips, per 100 1.23
Bunch turnips, per doz .35
Green onions, per dozen .20
Utah lettuce 15 .20
Radishes. Utah .15
Tomatoes, per crate 3.50
Spinach i.... .02
Utah asparagus .10
Cucumbers, per dozen ,gq
Oleomargarine $ .13 (Q .16
Butter, por lb .21
Chccscr per lb .12
Eggs, per case 6.25 '
Fancy cheese, per lb .131
Comb honey, per crnto 2.75
Strained honey, per lb .07
Sweltzor cheese, per lh .18
Llmburgcr cheese, per lb.... .15
Cream brick cheese, per lb.. .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.00
Salmon $ .13
Mountain trout "...... .30
Utah catfish .12
Striped bass, per lbi .15
Shad, per lb .10
Mackinaw trout .ic
Soles, per lb .09
Flounders, pVr lb..., .09
California smelts, per lb .13
Codfish, per lb .13
Catfish, per lb .13
Perch, per lb .10
No. 9. $1.40; No. 10. $1.35; No, 11, $1.30; No.
12. $4.25; No. 13. $1.20: No. 14. $4.15, confec
tioners' A; $1.30; mould A, $5.30: cut lour,
$5.65; crushed, $5.65; powdered, $5.05; gran
ulated, $1.95; cubes, $5.20.
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Barley Firm; December, 92c.
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ST. LOUIS, Juno 1. Wool-Steady;
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Creamery, common to extra, 14518c;
Stato dairy, common to extra, 13ftl7c
Eggs Flrmor; Western extra, 18S19c;
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NOTICE TO WATEB-USER-S.
State Engineer's CJfflco, Salt Lako City,
May 12, 1904.
Notlco 13 hereby given that John Frecco
whoso postofflce address ls Farmlngton,
Davis county, Utah, has made applica
tion in accordance with the requirements
of Chapter 100 of the Session Laws of
Utah, 1903, to appropriate two one-hun-dredths
(2-100ths) of a second-foot of the
water flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek, In Davis county,
to bo diverted by means of dams and
headgates at a point on said crcclc about
13.6 chains north and 14-1 chains cast from
the fioUthwcst corner of Section 18. Town
ship 3 north. Range 1 cast, Salt Lake
Daso and meridian, from whero the water
will bo conductod through a ditch for a
dlotanco of about 214 feet and thero be .
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to Irrigate about LBS acres of land
In lot 9, block 15, Big Creek plat, In said
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must be made In writing and filed In this
offlco after thirty (30) days and before
sixty (60) dayo from the date hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS.
First publication May 12; last Juno 11.
Location of principal placo of business,
Salt Lake City, Utah,
Notice of sate ror iVllnquent n?seas
ment. Keith-O'Brien Company.
There are delinquent upon tho follow
ing described stock on nccour.t of as
sessment levied on the 8th day of March.
1904. the several amounts set opposlto tho
names of the respective stockholders, as
No. or No.of Am.t of
Name of Owner. Qcrt.Sharcs.Ass'mt.
II. A. Nelson 3 20 $1,000
11, A. Nelson 9 20 1,000
H. A. Nelson 10 10 600
W. M O'Brien 27 50 2.500
W. M. O'Brien 2S E0 2.EO0
Mary E. Myton 33 10 600
Maria A. Mostyn Owcn.34 2V 125
Mrs. A. H. Tarbct SS E0 l.tOO
Mrs, A. H. Tarbet 39 SO 1.EO0
Jas. X. Ferguson 35 50 2.C00
Jas X. Ferguson 00 W 2,600
Jns. X. Ferguson 01 25 1,250
Ajid In accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors made on
the Sth day of March. 1004. in the reso-,
lutlon levying the said assessment, so
many shares of each parcel of such stock
as mav be necessary will bo sold at the
office 6f said company, room 100. David
Keith building. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
tho 6th day of June, 1901. at the hour
of two o'clock p. m., to pny the delin
quent assessments thereon, logethsr wun
tho costs of advertising and the expensed
of sale. E. G. KIDDER,
Office: Room 100, David Keith building.
Salt Lake City. Utah wlS06
NEBO MINING COMPANY ASSESS
MENT. Principal offico at Salt Lako City.
Notice la hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors of Nebo Mining com
pany, a corporation, held on the 4th day of
June, 1901, an assessment of one-half of
1 cent per sharo was levied on the capital
stock of the corporation, payablo on or
before the Clh day of July, 1904, to F. H.
Hyde, secretary, at his offico, 315 D. V.
Walker building. Salt Lake City Any
stock upon which this assessment may ro
ma4n unpaid on the fith day of July, 1904,
will bo delinquent and advertised for snlo
at public auotlon, and unless pavmont Ih
made before will be sold on tho 22d day of
July. 1901, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with the cost of advertis
ing and expense of sale
(Signed) F. II. TIYDE.
Secretary Nebo Mining Company.
315 D. F, Wulkor building, Salt Lako City,
- Utah. 3C3S0,
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clork or the respectlvo
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato Division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
cotate of Sophia Anderson, deceased, No
tice. The petition of Sherman Anderson pray
ing for the issuance to himself of letters of
administration In tho estate of Sophia An
derson, deceased, lias been set for hear
ing on Friday, the 10th day of June, A.
D. 1904, at JO o'clock a. m at the county
courthouso, in the courtroom of said court,
in Salt Lnko City, Salt Lako county,
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of
May, A. D. 1S04.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By .T. U. Eldrcdge, Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
N. J Shcckell, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Statu of Utah. In the matter of the
cstato of Ethan Barrows, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Lucy BarrowH, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Ethan Barrows,
deceased, praying for an order to set apart
homestead and personal property o said
decedont, nnd that all persons Interested
appear before tho wild court to show causo
why an order should not be granted to set
apart said homestead and personal prop
erty of said deceased, to wit.
Commencing 3 rods east and 10 rods
south from tho northwest corner of lot
6. block 47. plat "B," Salt Lako City sur
vey, thenco west 3 rods, thenco south "
roda, . thence cast 3 rods, thoncc north 5
rods to place of beginning, together with
improvements thereon, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho x7th day of June,
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock A. M at tho
County Courthouse in the courtroom of
said court In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of June,
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By DAVID B. DAVIES, Deputy Clerk.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis
trict court, in and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. Department No. 1. In the
matter of the estate of Adolph Jesscn,
Tho petition of E, A. Wall and C, B.
Jack, praying for tho admission to pro
bate of a certain document, purporting to
be tho last will and testament of Adolph
Jossen, deceased, and for the1 granting of
letters testamentary to E. A. Wall. C. B.
Jack and Harry C. Jessen, has been sot
for hearing on Friday, tho 17th day of
June. A. D. 190-1, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
tho county courthouse, in tho courtroom
of Eald court, in Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of
June. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
C. B. Jack, Attorney for Petitioner. x!79
IN THE DISCTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the
estate and guardianship of Elizabeth Bel
lamy Looml3, minor. Notice.
Tho petition of W. R. Hutchinson, the
guardian of tho person and the estate of
Elizabeth Bellamy Loomls, minor, pray
ing for an order of sale of real property
of said minor, and that all persons inter
ested appear before the said court to show
causo why an order should not be granted
to sell so much, as shall be necessary, of
tho following described real estate of said
minor, to wit;
Commencing ono (1) rod west from the
northeast corner of lot eight (8), block
two (2), plat "I," Salt Lake City survey,
thence west six (G) rods; thenco south ten
(10) rods; thenco east six (6) rods; thence
north ten (10) rods to tho placo of begin
ning, situated In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
county, State of Utah, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 17th 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
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of
June, A. D. IDOL JOHN JAMES.
By DAVID B. DAVIES. Deputy Clerk.
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Peter Malmstrom, deceased.
The potitlon of Hllma G. Malmstrom,
administratrix, of tho cstato of Poter
Malmstrom, deceased, praying for an or
der of tale of real and personal prop
erty of said decedent, and that all persons
Interested appear before tho said court
to show causo why an order should not
bo granted to sell so much as shall be
necessary of the following described real
ancl personal estate of said deceased, to
wit: An undivided one-half interest In tho
"M. & M." store, situated In Bingham
Junction, Utah; said storo consists of a
Kmall one-story brick structure; together
with the land on which It stands; together
with a stock of merchandise; has been sot
for hearing on Friday, tho 10th day of
June, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho countv courthouse, In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the olerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed this 25th day of May,
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
James Ingcbretson, Attorney for Potl
ASSESSMENT NO. 5.
The Perjue-Surprlse Gold Mining
A corporation, principal placo of bus.
ncss Salt Lako City, Utah, with a branch
offico at Marysvale. Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors of tho Pcrjue-Sur-prlso
Gold Mining company, held on tho
2Gth day of April, 1901, an assessment of
one-half cent per sharo was levied on
tho capital stock of tho corporatloTj, pay.
ablo on the 10th day of May, "04, to
Max Krotkl, secretary of said corpora
lion, at tho branch offico of said corpora
tion, Marysvale, Utah.
Any stock on whluh this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 11th day of
Juno, 1904, will bo delinquent and ad
Vfrtlsed for sale at public auction, and
unless payment ls mado befoio will bo
sold on tho Sth day of July. 1904. at 2
o'clock p, m.. to pay tho delinquent as
lessment tharoon, together with tho cost
of advertising and expense of sale.
MAX KROTKI, Secretary.
Location of office, No, EOS Progress
Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. Secretary's
office, at branch offico in Marysvale.
Good Hope Placer Mining Company. Lo
cation of principal placo of business, Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice. There arc de
linquent upon tho following described
stock on account of aracssinent No. 7.
levied on the 9th day of April. 1901, the
several amounts set opposlto the names of
the respective shareholders, as follows:
Cert. No. of
Name. No. Shares. Amt.
C. II. Aidrlch. Part of 103 8,572 J300.00
J Haumgartcn 48 1,000 35.00
r nmiTTw-irlnn C3 1.CO0 35.Cn
S. Beckner SS 700 2I.E0
S. Beckner 10S 300 10 50
C. W. Bennett 91 33 1 17
P II. Brooks 69 2,000 70.00
P. H. Brooks Ill 7o2 26.32
J. Enzenaporger -II 50) 17. CO
J. Enzenspcrgcr 63 50) 17.E0
J. A. Marshall 92 31 1.17
J. C. Royle 10 501 17.CO
J C. Royle HO IKS C.cS
Mary A. Seaboldt 70 3,m 105.00
W. O. Shurp 18 1.000 35.X
Ilenrv Sadler SO 1.000 35.(0
A. 5lf. Smith 90 300 10.50
And In accordance with law and an or
der oX tho board of dlrcctora made on tho
9th day of April. 1901, so many shares of
each parcel of such slock as mav be ne
cessary will be sold nt the offico of the
sccretnry, room 303 Dooly block. Salt Lake
City. Utah, on the 11th day of June, 1901,
nt the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, to pay tho
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with the cost of advertising and expenses
of eale. WM. F. COLTON.
May 19, 1904. . . w27SS
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respsctiv
signers for further information.
hnEivPfl? STRJCT COURT. PRO-
tX, Btato pf Utah, In the matter of the
estate and guardianship of Homer Wll
liam Brown, minor. Notice. '
Tho petition of Mattlo Brown praying
for the lssuanco to herself of letters of
guardianship on the person nnd estate of
Homor William Brown, mlrioiv-has beeen
sot for hearing on Friday, the0th day of
June. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m , at
tho county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with jH
tho 3eal thereof affixed,, this 27th day of
May, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Cannon, Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- IH
bale division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of th
C3tate of Celcstla D. Ferris, dcccacoo- .
Tho petition of Franklin Samuel lVr-.
rls. praying for the Issuance to himself
of letters of administration In the estate IH
of Cclestla D. Ferrlo. deceased, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 10th day ' IH
of June, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the county courthouse. In the court-rc-om
of said court. In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lako county, Utah. Il
Witness the clerk of said court, with ll
tho seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of IH
May, A. D. 1901. ' JOHN JAMES.
Seal Clerk. IH
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Dana T. Smith. Attorney for Poti-
tionor. W2303 VM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, m and for. Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of Benja
mln M. Harman, .deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of the St. Joe Mining com
pany, a corporation, praying for an order
to convey real property of said decedent,
and that all persons interested appear
before the said court to show cause why IH
an order should not be granted to sell
an much as shall bo necessary of thu
following described real cstato of said
deceased, to wlf
Tho Owl lode mining claim, located in
the West Mountain mining district.
county of Salt Lake, Stato of Utah, for
tho purposes sot forth In the said pt'tl
tlon, has been set for hearing on Friday.
the 17th day of June, A. D. 180!. at 10
o'clock a. rru, at tho county courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court, in Salt
Lako City, Salt Lake counly, Utah. IH
Witness tho clerk of said court, with fM
tho seal thereof affixed, this 1st day of VM
June, A, D. 1904. JOHN JAMES. VM
(Seal) Clerk. IH
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk. Il
D. II. Wengcr, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of tho es- IH
tate of John Johnson, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Anna M. Johnson, ad
minlstratrlx of the estato of John John- IH
son, deceased, for confirmation of tho sale IH
of tho following described real cstato of IH
said decedent, to wit: Commencing at the
southwest corner of lot two (2), block one
(1), East Park subdivision. Salt Lake jl
county. Slate of Utah, running thence
north 153 feet, thence east 55 feet, thenco
south 1531 feet, thenco west 55 feet to tho
placo of beginning, subject, however, to
a perpetual right of way over the north
12 feet thereof to bo used In connection
therewith, for tho sum of 2500.00. and upon IH
the following terms, to wit: Cash upon
confirmation, as appears from the return IH
of sale filed In this court, has been set
for hearing on Friday, the 17th day of
June, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m., at
the countv courthouse, in the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake ll
county, Utalu IH
AVltness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
June. A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
Honor. x243 fU
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
Pursuant to an order, of sale heretofore
Issued out of the District court of Salt jH
I. arte coun 13', tne undersigned will sell at
private sale for cash to the highest bid- IH
der on or aftr wwincsday. the fifteenth lH
day of June, A. D. 1904, at 12 o'clock noon jH
of said day, the two parcels of real es- IH
tato belonging to tho estato of Melissa C.
Kimball, deceased, described as follows, jH
to wit: Part of lot one (1). block sixty-six IH
(16). plat "A." Salt Lake City survey. IH
bounded as follows: Commencing at a jH
point one hundred and ten (110) feel
south of the northeast corner of said lot IH
one; running thence west one hundred fl
and sixty-five (165) feet, south fifty-seven jH
and thrco-quarters (G7?D feet, east one
hundred and sixty-five (1G5) feet, north
fifty-soven and three-quarters (57) feet
to beginning; also, all of lot twcnty-cihi
(28), and the north hlf (Vr) of lot twenty- tM
nlno (29), in block one (1) of Walker's jH
subdivision of block five (0), plat "A," of IH
Salt Lako City survey; together with the IH
buildings and appurtcnunccs pertaining 1
thereto. Terms of sale, ten per cent of jH
the purchase- prlco must be paid at the
time of sale, and tho remainder of the
purchase money on confirmation of the jH
sale and delivery of deed for the prcm IH
All bids must bo In writing and present-
Cd at the offico-of N. V. Jones, attornoy M
for administrator, at No. G19 McCornick
block, Salt Lake City.
ROBERT T. KIMBALL,
Administrator of Estate of Melissa C
Kimball. Deceased. . x3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-
bato Division, in and for Salt Lake Coun IH
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of th IH
estato of Thcophllus K. Williams, de
ceased. Notice. jB
Tho petition of Graham F. Putnam
executor of the estate of Thcophllus K" IH
Williams, deceased, praying for the set-
tlcment of final account of said executor ll
and foe the distribution of the reslduo cr iH
said cptaT? to the: persons entitled, lift IB
been set for hearing on Friday, the 27th
day of May. A D 1904, at 10 o'clock a. IH
m at tho county courthouse in tho court- IH
room of said court, in Salt Lake City, Sal: jH
Lake county, Utah. vM
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with IH
the seal thereof affixed, this 16th day or H
Mav A. D. 1904.
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IH
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Grant II. Smith, Attornoy. w!64'
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
Notlco ls hereby given that a special H
uectlng of tho stockholders of the S H
Mark's Hospital, a corporation of Utah H
will bo held on Tuesday, June 21, 1904, at 1 VM
o'clock p. m., at the oftlco of Walke; JM
Bros., bankers, Salt Lake City, Utah, fo IB
the purpose of voting to amend am- H
amending Article III. of tho articles of H
Incorporation so that samo shall read at H
follows, to wit: H
"ARTICLE III."' IH
"That tho corporation herein provided IH
for nnd hereby created shall exist ami H
continuo for the term of twonty-soven IH
ycara, unless sooner dissolved or disln- IH
corporatcd according to law." IH
By order of tho board of directors. IH
M. H. WALKER, President.
Charles E. Perkins, Secretary w2&! IH
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice Id hereby given that W. F. Sny IH
der. who In the sole owner of the Jewelr;. H
firm heretofore doing business at No. li
Scuth Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah. H
under the name of Lyon & Co.. will pa, H
all obligations existing against said tn.,
at this date, but will not bo responsible H
for any obligations or Indebtedness horo- IH
after contracted by any person in th H
name of Lyon & Co, All por-ons lndobte H
to said Lyon & Co. are roqucstcd to ma!:- IH
payment to the undersigned at No. 21 1
Atlas blocs, Sail Lake City, where ri
nreont outstanding obligations will b.- IH
settled at any time a"JnyBi
Dated May 19, 1904. wlSM jH