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J--,, 8A1 LA3n8 BTOrai! WEKOTSSDAY MOESXG-, J-QXT 6, 1904. T jj
lDWiSjhg Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, t
:;;:ilai Street Is
lZ" Ml and Narrow
t 0 fudged hy Old Standards, but
jjket Lifted From Lethargy
of Past Week.
9 I iTfW YORK. July C-Opcrators In
I- slocks demonstrated with more con
I 1 i ndenco and effect In today's stock
'1 H ' arkct than for u long time past.
JTnrket was still a dull and narrow
' TdBcd by old standards, but It was
-i nolte decisively from the profound
Si which has been lis recent char
I Triple. The obstinate resistance of the
1 l"Jet for some time past to news of an
' orabIe kind has carried a suggestion
iWiliU f celling has been largely accomplished
r ; W in anticipation of these evils, and
U.. .V Z the market was offering an unylcld
' 2 . ...rfnee which would afford an ad
' I and buBls for bolder operations
, , I liTi rle Bolder and more powerful to-!cUn-
I it j operations unquestionably were,
I "v inr the uual surmises as to their
, v(, Ik th nothing to afford a rellablo
BlC ftSer to JgSi WM arB0,y con.
Fi.Wthe local group. It was after tho
, W' TOo? h ih-Tc stocks and the effect of
n,,." H 'l'stWng for London account that tho
FfU,a',-l te"hlch impressed sentiment devel-
. forn, on Pacific and spread to other
MWH&" of tho Railroad list, resulting In
a a IAlMrl7 general uplift of prices to the ex
f" I of 1 to Wj 'points. The clue to tho
fe 1.1 Kent could hardly be found In the
in r? I SoncwF. as the wheat markot was more
iltivl disturbed by damage rumors, and
l! Era inlxwl Interpretation of the weekly
i-'Mln from tho weather bureau,
"n-' small reaction on prollt-taklng In
I0,.H- ,v lat hour, when the buying was tem
111,15 - Snrifv discontinued, increased the coiifi-
I'i V-et in the movement, and the closing
S active and falty buovnnt.
knds were firm. Total sales, par value.
i rsftMO United States bonds were un-
NEW YORK BONDS.
5 i re ref 2s, reg.lOHi L & N unlf -In. .100
m cpon lft Man con gold 4s.lCSU
rsTrog 105 Mex Cen 4a i 02
- ' Co-jron . ..105 .1st Ino i 13'i
r s i nW 4s reg.132'', Minn & St L Is..
Coupon 132 M, K & T -Is 99
rSold 4s. reg.-lOCVi 2nds 79
I coupon 1CV Nat R R of Mex
; I iichlsoa gen hJ.102'-i consol 4s 771
x : Adit is 9P4 N Y Cen gen Ss 99V&
j I Alltntic C L 4s. 97 N J Cen gen 5s.l32
' Sal k O 4s 1034 Nor Pac Is 1031
4 ' f Tva 51 3s 74
it '' 1 Cen of Ga 59....11U N & W con 4s. .100&
1 ' ii lnc 74 O S L 4s & pur... D7
4? CUj & O 4-3...103Vi Pa conv SV?s 9.'.;
;. 5 C A So 7S StL&lM con 5s..ll5Vt
3 C B k Q new 4s. 954 St L & S F fg 4s S7&
,' CM&StPgn S.107M St L. S NV lsts... 95
, C&N.-Wron 7s.l2S Scab A L Is GS
' C.RI&P RH 4s.. (3 So PaclUc 4s ... 93
' Col Cs S0 Cs 115
C, C C i- St L T & P lsts 119
jn 43 100 T, St Li & W 4s. 71
it ClITcr4s 75 Union Pac 4s ...104
3 J .' Con Tob 4s C2'5 Conv 4s 101
f iMoi So 4s.. . S3 Wabash lsts U7i
IDA-RGls V3Vi Deb B 57
! Erie pr lino is ... 9SV- Wh & L E 4s... 90(.
fl . 1 Gtn 4s SIVi Vls Cen is S9fj
g! . ? V & D C lsl..l(H C F & I con 5s. CO
Bl Ilirklng V 4s. .107
! , CLOS1NO STOCKS.
Snles. High. Low. Closo
Bi Alljon 19.S00 74 73 74k
m fYtfcrred 1,700 91 83 91
" Bl! K. Ohio COCO 81 S0& SIVi
lent ,vrrttrrcJ - 100 ai 92
-.rl fn Paeinc 2.S0O 125 121 125
' ' iCeoofiVJ 700 1C3 102 1C1
oa. j Ch.i & Ohio 1,000 31 31 31
lC:l & Alton 300 3SW, 3S
it,Preferrcd 200 ml SOVi 7S
' rfSli 4 N V 3CO 170 170 170-
I (W. Mil & St P 1C.SO0 145 143 145
' Prcfirreil 178
r'j Cbl Ter & Tr f.
Preferred 100 151 15?i 1G "
J P. C C & St L SijO 71 70 71
5!S 1 Wo Southern 100 1G 16 15
j hi preferred 4S
J lai preferred 100 201A 20 20 -
1 11 k Hudson 3.7CO 15S1 157 " 15SU
9 M Lack & West.. 200 270 270 270
I h ver & R G 200 21 21 2014
fi. I Prcferrc-d ltfl 70 70 C9
! L 5.7CO 21 23 21
5 1st preferred 1.500 59 59 59
J ted preferred 700 31 31 31
, Hxklng Vallev CI
fl-- " Preferred S0
i ; u Central -100 132?i 1324 132
losa Central 18
J? t City Southern. 100 21Vi 21i 21
1 u."1? &. N'nsh 52oo 111 no nr
'l H?.nf?Ujln L, 1.200 150 149!, 119
, i'f Securities 4.S0O 85 S3 Si
St Ry 23.700 11C 114-fe 115
5 . -Minn & St L , 100 -11 44 42
sn 3 ;3atP & S St Me.. 300 C7 G7 GC
tn; a ; Preferred 123U
.; Mpi. t. -iro io m55 icvi
' i vW"11?1 C00 27 37 37
ird f ,RofMexpfd 37
. ff' v 2.200 HCVt 11G 115
to H -Vor & Wcat 3,400 57 50 57
J" 2?i & Western 9,200 27A 20 27
v-l? lno8V?niJl r 22.400 11G lluii llCi
; I" Preferred 00 S2 S2 S2
pS?. Preferred H '300 CS (8 CS
. "Sland Co 1G.0OO 21 20 Wt
L ' 11 V Si 2nd I'M- W 45,1 4C
R r ;i,S w, 2C0 11 11 11&
H ' tfrfc? 23
' 1 ttlanlnc 19-'-w 4S 47k 47
f .f,Raway 5,000 22& 21H 22
i ilr , ? Pacific 1,300 23'4 22 23
I St L & W 100 24 SPA 21
j ''Preferred " ..': S7
1 tr0,nrPac,,f!c 50-'IM &1Vfe H1
" S TC 3M i'i 'ii 34
J;. " i' Ij E 15U.
'J PrC"lr?1 300.17. 1C 16
"-! r v iOT'. 200 29 39
; Esprcus Companies-
aams . no-
:jP 'W.s Pargo 200
1 Sfff.0 &, F 1.800 15' 15 16g
H .deferred ' . 70
m , Am Cotton Oil .... 2CU.
B .M ..... "... S
Amcncan Ico G
M Prpfrred . . . ' 07G
r A2Lyneod on'.."." 7
' &l k Ivforr "5
JM 1 orrec0liVe '"'"'
f f k
t Col i?3 1.S00 14 193 193
18 . b01 Products 10
'9 ! pillnlera Sccur 22
1 rEi,1.00 1-2C, 1BS isn ics
KI i in,fcferrcd in
m l nniat Pump .... ..... ... . 23
?)V .Prefr-rr-d .. 7'-
r K.ro'erred .. . " 70
Jirl ! Shu" llV P 100 2M 220 220
' P?iViK?,lc..slcl 200 0 0 CM
'.Ul)bf.r Goods ..... 15
T.erred . ..... ..... 77
wfi Prt.fUl,or 100 6 i G4i
; u 8 Rubber 200 'icU 'is 10
-r--r--r- -r--r- -r--f--ri-f-f- -f- X
- SI LA' BR.
New York BSiic -f
-f- San Francisco 5SVic -f
-f- London 26 13-lCd
-f- New York exchange M.27t,35 -f
Now York exchange ...$12.121i12.25
Preferred 200 65 65 6514
US Steel 6.000 log 9 w
Preferred i 22,700 50 55 56
AVestlnghouse lilec. 400 157 156 156
WeBtorn Union too S6 67H
Total sales for tho dny, 314,200 shares.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, July E. Money on call
oay nt Hjn'A per cent; closing bid 1 per
cent, offered l,i per cent; tlmo loans Arm,
00 days 2 per cent, 90 days 2 per cent,
six months 3ft3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 3(g4 por cent.
Sterling exchange Mrm, with actual
business In bankers bills at $4.S7.20j4. 87.25
for demand and at l.S5.35ff4.S5.43 for 00
Posted rates Si.EOQ'l.SS. Commercial bills
Sllver and Irnfts.
NEW YORK, July 5. Bar silver 5S'4c.
Mexican dollars, 4Cc.
SAN FRANCISCO, July B.-Sllver bare.
Mexican dollars, 40c.
Drafts, sight, 7C; telegraph, 10c.
Now York Markets.
NEW YORK, July 5. Tin was weak In
the London market, prices being moro
than u pound lower as compared with tho
closing ligurcs of last Friday, with both
spot and futures quoted' at 117. Locally,
tho market was cosier In sympathy with
the foreign losses, and closed' at J25.C5fi
Copper was a llttlo higher In London,
closing at 57 2s Cd for spot and 57 for
futures. Locally, copper remains steady.
Iake Is quoted at $12.62?ri2.75; electrolyt
ic nt J12.50Q 12.62 and casting at 512.12
Ldad was also a littlo higher abroad,
closing at 11 lis 3d, while hero It re
mained unchanged at $1.254.35.
Spelter was unchanged nt 20 In London.
Hero It was easy at J4.6.V0M.95.
1 Iron closed at 51s 0d in Glasgow and al
42s 6d In Middlesboro. Locally. Iron Is
quiet. No. 1 foundry northern Is quoted
at $11.50(515.00: No. 2 foundry northorn at
$13.7514.25; No. 1 foundry southern and
No, 1 foundry southern soft nt J13.05
13.75. Pig Iron warrants aro'weak at 59.
CHICAGO, July 5. Cattle Receipts, 11.
0(0 hrad; market steady; Texans, 1200;
good to prlmo steers, 55 IOJ76 50. poor to
medium. 5i.5035.25; stockcrs and feeders,
$2.254.25; cows. S1.601t4.60; holfors, 52.00f(J
55.40; canncra. 51.50ff2.50; bulls, 52.20574.25;
calves, J2.GOJi0.00; Texas-fed steers, $1.25
Hogs Receipts. 19,000 head; tomorrow.
30,000; market 5c to 10c higher; mixed and
. butchers. 55 25Q5.G0; good to cnolco heavy,
55 5035 02; rough heavy, ?5,301T5.50: light.
5v.50y5.55; bulk of sales at 54.75fftf.50.
Sheep Receipts, 7000 head; market
steady; lambs steady, good tO cholco
wethers, 54.25ff5.25, fnlr to cholco mixed,
53.25ff4.00; Western shcop, 53.75ff 1.10; native
native lambs, 53.60ff7.75; Western lambs,
SOUTH OMAHA. July 5. Cattle Re
ceipts. 4000; market, steady. Native steers,
S4.60ffC.20; cows and heifers. 53.COff4.50;
Western steers, 53.25ff4.2G; cows and heif
ers. 52.25ff3.50; canners. 51.50ff2.75; stockcrs
and feeders, 52.75ffM.15; calvoa. S2.50ff5.25;
bulls, stags, etc. 52.5Offl.C0. IIogB Re
copts 3500; market. 5-f?10c higher Heavy,
55.25ffC.35; mixed. 55.22ffG.25; light, $5.10ff
5.25: pigs. 5-l.50ff5.00; bulk-of sales, 55 22
ffo.27. Sheep Receipts, 2000; market 10c
higher. Western yea'rllngs, 5IOOff4.S5;
wethers. 53.75ff4,15; ewes, J2.76ff3.G0; com
mon and stockcrs, 52.25ff3.25; lambs, SS.COff)
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON, July 5. Tho wool market may
bo said to be strong and active, with a
Ilrm advance under way. Territory quota
tions: Idaho Fine, 17fflSo; heavy flno, 14ffl5c;
fine medium. 17fflSc; medium, 18ffl9c; low
Wyoming Fine. 10ffl7c; heavy fine, 14
15c; line medium, l7ffl7c; medium, 19J7C0c;
low medium, 204721c.
Utah and Nevada Fine, lGffl7c; heavy
fine. 14ffl?c; fine medium. 17fflSc; medium,
lff20c; low medium, l&J21c. ,
Montana Fine choice. 19g20c; flno aver
age, 17fflSc. line medium, cholco, 195720c;
average. 17fflSc; staple, 21ff22c; medium
choice. 21522c. (
London Wool Auction.
LONDON. July 5. The wool sales
opened today with a largo attendance;
competition was active, with merinos
ruling firm at unchanged rates. Cross
brcds, old. par to 10 por cent dearer, ex
cept coarso grades.
Weather Bureau's Crop Summary.
WASHINGTON, July 5. The Weather
Bureau's weekly summary Is as follows:
Highlv favorable temperatures prevailed
in tho" Rockv mountain and Pacific coast
districts. Rain Is much needed on tho
North Pacific coast.
Winter wheat harvest ha3 made slow
progress In Mls-sourl and Kansas and
damage to whoat In shock Is reported
from tho llrst-namcd State. Tho harvest
has begun In Oregon and will soon begin
In Washington. .
Over the southern portion of tho spring
wheat region the reports Indicate an 1m
nrovement over the previous week. An im
provement 1b also reported from Wash
ington, but In Oregon tho crop Is heading
short and light yields aro expected. Tho
funeral outlook lor oats Is promising Im
provement in cotton la generally indi
cated. New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. July 5. Sugar Raw,
steady; fair refining, 3 7-lGc; centrifugal,
M-tost, 315-lCc; molaSKea sugar, 3 3-lOc.
Refined steady; No. 6, 54.60; No. 7. 4.C3; No.
S. 5-1.60. No. 9. 5-1.45; No. 10, 54.40; No. 11,
5-1.35; No. 12, 51.30", No. 13, 54.25; No. 14.
SI 20; confectioners A, 5U51 mould A,
$5.35; cut loaf, 5j.70; crushed, 55.70; pow
dered, 55.10; granulated, 55.00; cubos, 55.25.
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, July 5, Tho visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, July 2, as compiled
by the New York Produce exchange, la as
Wheat, 14,055.000 bushels; decrease, 59j,-
000 bushels. ,
Corn, C.277,000 bushols; Increase, 643.000.
Oats, 4.34G.0OO buHhols; decrease. 431,000.
Rye 810,000 bushels; decrease, IS.Cw.
Barley, 1,323,000 bushels; Increase, rl.000.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST L.OUIS, July 5. Wood Steady.
Medium grad.es, combing and clothing. 18
ffSI; light fine, lCfrl9c; heavy lino, 12ff
15c: "tub-washed, 20y33c.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & KIo Grande.
To St- Louis and return 542.50
To Chicago and return. 47.50
To St. Loui3 and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa 50.00
Selling dates Tuenday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist leeper through
to St LoulB without change. Choice of
routes. Sets any D. & R. G. agent.
GRAPES GOME IN
Utah Blackberries Replace the For
eign Fruit Wax Beans Fall
ON tho Fourth of July grapes wcro to
bo seen In the restaurants In Salt
Lake. They came as somewhat of
a surprise, as It had not been ex
pected they would como for a couple of
dnys. Yesterday they Wero on sale at al
most every store In lown. Retail they aro
worth 25 cents a pound; the dealeru aro
having to pay 52 a case for them. They
are very small, but the flavor 1b quit
good. Whlto ones aro tho only kind for
sale hero at present.
Strawberries aro getting scarco all tho
time. Some Alplno berries from tho Mill
Crock district, keep coming In; thoy aro
still being 'retailed at 25 cents for two
cups. The wholesale prlco has gono up to
51.10 and 51.25 a cac6.
Utnh blackberries wero on tho market
yesterday, tho first of the season. Very
few of them were to bo had, and they
wero quickly Bnappcd up, but after Thur
day they will bo a constant featuro and
there will be no moro Imported from Cali
fornia. At present they are sold at 20
centB a cup and 52.40 a case, wholesale.
In tho vegetable line now peppers aro
the only novelty. Twenty-five cents a
pound aro being asked for these, and tho
dealers pay 20 cents nt wholesale rates.
Soveral things became cheaper. Utah sum
mer squash, which has replaced tho Cali
fornia variety on tho Salt Luko market,
wont down to 12 cents a pound and 8
cents nt wholesale. Old potatoes aro all
out, and wnx beans took a big drop to 5
cents a pound, 4 cents being the wholosalo
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per balo 5 ,30ff .25
Timothy, per ton, baled 14.50fM5.50
Wheat, per bushel 1.00ft 1.10
Corn, per cwt , 1.4 Off' 1.50
Corn, cracked l,45ff 1.55
Rolled oata l.SOff 1.E5
Barley, rollod l.BOff-1.55
Flour, bakora' No. 1 2.30
Flour, Btraight grade 2.40
Flour, high patont 2.60
Graham flour 2.EOff 2.70
Commcnl 1.80ff 1.90
Bran l.OOff 1.10
Bran and shorts l.lOff 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound 5 .Otfff .07
Dressed veal, per pound ...... .OS
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed lambs, per pound..... .0Sff .07
Dressed mutton, per pound... .06ff .07
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.00
Spring lambs, quartor, retail. l.OOff 1.50
Dressed hens, per pound .15
Ducks, per pound 5ff .16
Llvo poultry, per pound I2ff .13
Frozen brollors .22
Live broilers, per pound. ,20
Utah raspbcrrlCB, single caso..5 1.00
Grapes, per caso 2.00
Apples, case 2. CO
Utah currants, case .75
Fresh flgw, box 1.50
Watormelons, dozen 4.00ff' 5.00
Santa Paula lemons, per box.. 4.50
California navels 3.25
1'iwhes, caso 1.25
Apricots, caso 1.50
Utah berrlrcs, per crate 1.10ff 1.25
Utah blackberries, case 2.40
Blackberries, cralo :,60
Utah cherries, pound 06ff .10
Bananas, per bunch 2.50
Grapo rrult, per case 4.00
Seedling oranges, per caso.... 2.75
Cocoanuts, per dozen ,. 1.00
Havana seds 3.0ff 3.25
Figs and dates , 5c, Sc, 10c
Utah rhubarb, per pouhd .02
Limes, per 100 l.to
Yellow plums, por case.. ...... 1.75
Gooseberries, per pound 4 .04
Beet sugar, per 100 5 6,10
Cano sugar 6.20
Best marrowfat pease, por lb.$ M
New peppers, per lb .20
Utah summer squash, lb .03
Utah cucumbers, per doz ,75
Cantaloupes, pr crate 4.50
California squash 1.50
Red onions, cwt 2.50
Utah cauliflower, per pound.. .10
Wax beans, per lb .01
Utah cabbage, per pound .03
Now potatoes, bushel ..a lot
Bunch turnips, per dozen...... .,5
Green onions, per dozen....... .20
Utah lettuce 16ff .20
Radishes, Utah .10
Tomatoes, per crate 1.25
Cucumbers, por box ,.v l.co
Butter, per pound 5 .21
Choose, per pound ,12
EKgs. per caso 6. DO
Fancy cheese, per pound .13
Comb honey, per crnto ........ 2.75
Strained honey, per pound.... ,07
Swoltzer cheese, por pound.... ,ia
Llmburgcr cheese, per pound. .17
Cream brick cneosp, per lb.... .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.00
Utah lake baas 5 .30
Mountain trout .30
Utah catfteh .12
Striped bass, per pound ,15
Shad, per pound , .10
Mackinaw trout .16
Mackerel ; .13
Soles, per pound .......4 .09
Flounders, per pound ......... , .09
California smelts, per pound.. .12
Codfish, per pound .13
CaiflBh, por pound .13
Perch, por pound .10
Prime rib $ ' .17
Mutton chopn .16
Spiine lamb, per quartor l.OOffl.W
Vcnl 12ff .20
Dressed hens .....5 .IS
Ducks .. .tO
Roast sprlngB .X
Springs WW .63
RnBpbcrrles - $ .10
Grapes, per lb
Utah blackberries, cup....,,.. .2)
Apples, lb 15
Strawberries, 2 cups or .25
Cur.-ants , 4
1 35ft !25
Wntermolons, ench 60ff .75
LcmoiiH, per dozen .23
Oranges, per dozen .20 .50
Pcachoo, per lb ' 12
Apricots kk .'12
BannnaB, per dozen .30
Grapo fruit .03
Rhubarb, por pound ,03
Plma '.. .10ff) .15
.iOo?eborrlc.i, quart .10
Peas, per pound 5 . .05
New peppers, lb .25
Utah summer squash .12
Utah cucumbers, 2 for .15
New potatoes, per lb .03
Wax beans .05
Cabbage, pound 05
Turnips, bunch .02
Green onions .02
gts ..i ; .02
Tomatoes, pound 15
Butter, per p'ound., ,...,..5 .25
Eggs, per dozen .25
Fnncy cheese, per pound..,.. .25
Comb honey, per comb .15
Strained honey, per pound.... .15
bwlss chccec. per pound .40
Limburgor cheeso .60
Creum brick chctso .25
Edam cheese, each 1.25
Black bass .' 5 .33
Mountain trout Uo"
Brook trout, ench .12
Utah catfish, per pound .15
Halibut .. .15
Striped bass .20
Shad I,... lis
Mackinaw trout 25
Smelts . 15 "
Crabs, each 2jff .30
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. July 6 Unfavorable harvest
weathor and a reduction of about 20 per
cent In tho world's shipments wcro tho
main causes of a sharp advanco In wheat
prices today. Final figures on September
whoat aro lfflc up. Corn mado a net
advance of ,iff'?ic. Oats show a gain of
c. Provisions are practically unchanged.
The wheat market opened strong, with
September up ffi,o to iyffnic at 8Uiff
S2c Among a variety of bullish factors
that influenced traders at tho start wore
wet weather In the Southwest and tho
large decrease In tho world's shlpmonts.
Slnco tho adjustment of 'change on Fri
day rains had been quite goncrnl In tho
Southwest, greatly delaying harvesting
operations. Nows from abroad was equal
ly encouraging to tho bulls. Russia
showed a falling off of over l.WO.000 buah
ols in the shipments for tho week, and
those from the Dauubo country were re
duced by half. Tho amount on passage
was nearly 4,000,000 bushels less than a
Week ago. A rovlaed estlmato of the
French crop made a creditable reaction In
tho total yield. Foreign grain mnrkets
were nfTeoted by tho bullish statistics,
prices at Liverpool being up nenrly a cent.
UndOr theso Influences there was an active
demand for wheat here, small shorts bo
Ing the principal buyers. As tho session
advanced the market gained additional
strength. An official forecast of rain In
tho Southwest caused fresh anxloty to
jhorts In view of the strong market at
Kansas City. At times the market was
almost bare of offerings, and buyers had
to materially bid up prices before orders
could bo filled. Tho high point in Septem
ber was reached at SJffic. Notwith
standing tho fact that there was consid
erable liquidation going on during tho Inst
hnlf-hour. tho market closed strong with
September at S2ic.
Clearances of wheat and Hour wero
equal to 103.300 bushels. Tho amount on
passage decreased 3.976.000 bushels and the
visible supply decreased 697.000 bushels.
Primary receipts were 835,900 bushels,
compared with 297.000 a year ago. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of &3 care, against 299 cars last
week and 7t2 cars a year ago.
Tho strength of wheat caused some
firmness In corn, but there was no great
amount of bull enthusiasm manifested.
September opened fec higher at 4Sic sold
between IS and 49M,ff49VjO. and closed at
4ST4iM9c. Local receipts were 503 cars.
In oats tho volume of trading was ex
tremely email After opening ,, to Hffc
higher at 32c to 32ff32c, September
ranged between -31JJC and 32ff32M.o and
cloned at S2c Local receipts were 321 cars.
Provisions wero firm early on a good
demand from packers, resulting from a
bullish hog market. On tho advance tho
commission houses wcro liberal sellers,
causing a reaction. Lato In the day a
rally occurred on tho strength of the
grains. The market closed steady, wlih
September pork a shade lower at 513.22;
September lard was unchanged at 57.27;
rlba wore up 2ff6c at 57.77.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow
Wheat, 14 cars; corn. 257 cars; oats, 193
cars; hogs. 2S.000 head.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles Open. High. Low. Closo.
Wheat, No. 2
July (old) S7 S7V S6t 8CV1
July (new) S5?& S7;J, Soft S7
Sept fold) 83 84 83 S4
Sojit (new) S2Ji S3 81?i SP)4
Corn, No. 2
July 47 48U 47 47
Soptember 4S 4C4i 48 49
December 45 45 45 -15
Oats, No. .2
July 37U 37 30 37Vi
September 32V 32 31 32
Docembor 32 32 32 32
Mess pork, por bbl.
July 13.02 13.07 13.02 13.07
Septcmbor .. 13.20 13.35 13.10 13.22
Lard, per 100 lbs.
September 7.30 7.32 7 2o 7.27
October 7.32 7.to 7.32 7.32
July 7.65 7.67 7.50 7.62
September 7.77 7.82 7.75 7.77
October 7.85 7.85 7.80 7-62
Cash quotations wero an follows: Flour,
quiet but steady. No. 2 eprlng wheat. 92ff
ffjc; No. 3. 85ff95c; No. 2 red, SScfi 51.00. No.
2 corn. 4SMc. No. 2 yellow, 50c. No. 2 oata,
3SQ9c; No. 3 white. 33ff40c. No. 2
ryo, Clc. Good feuding barley, 30ff35c; fair
to cholco malting, 42ffC2o. No. 1 flaxseed,
51.W; No, 1 Northwestern, 51.13. Prlmo
timothy seed, 52.90. Mess pork, per barrel,
513.05ffl3.10; lard, per 100 pounda. 57.12ff
7.15; short ribs sides (loose), 57.37ff7.60,
short clear sides (boxed). $7Z5'ff7.0. Whis
ky, basis of high wlnea, 51.28. Clovor. con
tract grade, 510,75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rec'pts. Shlp'ts.
Flour, barrels 40,300 32,100
Wheat, bushels 32,700 67.600
Corn, bushels 653,200 00,600
Onts. bushels 407,600 248,318
Rye, bushels 4,3(0
Barley, bushels 60,600 13.200
On the produce exchnngc today tho but
ter market was steady; creamery, J3ff
17c; dairy, 12ffl6c Eggs steady 14ffl5c.
Cheeso firm, 7ff0c
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, July 5. Butter-Creamery,
common to extra, 13fflSc; State dairy,
common to extra, 13ffl7c.
Cheese Largo whlto and colored, 7c;
Bmall white, 8c: small c'olored. Sc.
Eggs Wostern ulccted. lSff'19c: West
ern prime, 17fflSc.
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Utah, county of Salt Lake. Jcsslo. K.
Bennett, plaintiff, vs. John J. Bonnett. de
The State of Utah to tho said defendant:
You aro hereby summoned to appoar
within twenty days after tho service of
llila' summons upon you. If served within
ihe county In which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty dayo after scr
vlco, and defend tho above-entitled ac
tion, and In caso of your failure 00 to do.
Judgment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to tho domand of the complaint,
which, within ton days after service of
thlB summons upon you, will bo filed with
tho clerk of suld court.
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Hty. Utah. w2170
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Consult County Clerk or tho respective
eignors 'or further information.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, in and for Salt Lako County.
State of Utah. Department No. 1. In tbo
matter of the estate of Martha Baldwin,
Tho petition of James K. Baldwin and
Charles H. Baldwin, praying for the ad
mission to probate of a certain document,
purporting to be tho Inst will and testa
ment of Martha Baldwin, deceased, and
for tho granting of letters testamentary to
themselves has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho 2t)th day of July. A. D. 1904, at
10 o'clock a. m., at the County courthouse.
In tho courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed this 2nd day of July,
A. D. 10OI. JOHN JAMES,
fScal 1 Clerk.
David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Jamts II. Moyle, Attorney for Petition
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate Division, in and for Salt Lako Coun
ty, Stnto of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Mary L. Dash, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of George Dash, executor
of the estate of Mary L. Dash, deceased,
praying for the settlement of final ac
count of said executor, and for tho dis
tribution of the residue of said estate to
tho persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 29th day of July.
A. D. 1901. nt 10 o'clock a. in., at tho
County Courthouso In tho courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness the clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed, .this 2nd day of July,
A. D 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Rogers & Street and Guhecn, Attorneys
for Estate. yiss
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of George N. Dow. deceased.
Creditors will present jclnlms with
vouchers to the undersigned nt S24 East
Third South streot. Salt Lako City. Utah,
on or beforo tho 10th day of November,
A. D. 1901. ALICE I. DOW.
Executrix of Estate of George N. Dow,
Loofbourow & I.oofbourow, Attornoys
Date of first publication, July G, A. D.
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 Samuel S. Pond, Sr.,
Tho petition of Samuel S. Pond praying
for tho admission to probate of a certain
document purporting to be tho last will
and testament of Samuel S. Pond, Sr., de
ceased, and for tho granting of letters
testamentary' to hlmsolf to act without
bonds, has been s?t for hearing on Friday,
tho 29th day of July. A. D. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m. at the county cdurtnousc, In
tho courtroom of said court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court with tho
seal thorcof affixed this 6th day of July,
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
David B. Davleo. Deputy Clerk.
J R. Bowdlo, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc Division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Sarah Field Spry, deceased. Notice-
Tho petition of Samuel Spry, adminis
trator of the cstato of Sarah Field Spry,
deccaacd. praying for tho sottloment of
final account of said administrator and for
tho distribution of tho residuo of 3ald es
tate to the persons entitled, has been sot
for hearing on Friday, tho 29th day of
July, A. D 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
county courthouse In the courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho scnl thereof affixed, this 29th day of
June. A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Chrlstensen & Chrl3tonsen, Attorneys
for Estate. x203l
IN THE DISTRICT v COURT. PRO- I
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah In the matter of tho
estato of O. R. Young, deceased. Notice.
Tho polltion of W. J. Barrotlo, admin
istrator of the cstato of O. R. Young, de
ceased, for confirm itlon of tho salo or tho
following described real estate of said de
cedent, to wit, an undivided one-half In
terest In and to tho "AJax," "Grand
View" nnd "Jumbo" lode mining claims,
In Camp Floyd mining district, Tooole
countv, for tho sum of J17, and upon tho
following terms, to wit, cash upon con
firmation, as Tippcara from the return of
sale, filed In this court, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, the 23th day of July,
A D, 191. at 10 o'clor.k a. m., nt the
county courthouse. In hc courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 30th day of Juno,
A. D. 190. JOHN JAMES.
Bv David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clorlc.
Henderson. Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar
rctte, Attornoys for Estate. 5'19
ASSESSMENT NO. 8.
Albion Mining Company. Principal place
of business. Salt Lako City. Location of
mines Alta, Llttlu Cottonwood Mining
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the board of directors, of tho Al
bion Mining Company, held on tho 2nd day
of Julv, 1901, assessment No, S of live (a)
cents per share wis levlnd upon the capi
tal stock of tho corporation. Issued and
outstanding, payable Immediately to tho
socretarv at his office, room 12 Walker
Bank bldp., S W, 2nd South at., Salt Lako
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Saturday, tho Gth
day of August, 1901, will bo delinquent and
advertised for salo at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
sold on Tuesday, the 23rd day of August,
1901, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the company's
Office, to pav delinquent nftcsssment there
on, together with the costa of advertising
and uxpenso of sale.
yll7 . J. W. HATFIELD, Secretary.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP I B
-tr""1,1 County Clerk or the respective 91
Bignors for further Information. R K
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' fl
Estato of Samuel D. Butler, deceased. H
Creditors will present claims with H
vouchera to the undersigned at 21S Jon- vi
nlnga block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on or
beforo tho 23th day of October. A. D. 1901 IT
a , 1 . , . WILLIAM R, BUTLER, M
Administrator of Samuel D. Butler dc- t Mi
Sullivan & Barnes, Attorneys for Es- H
tP?J. ot flrat Publication, Juno 29. A. I ml
D' 19H. x25S2 If 'Mi !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ftw
pate Division, in and for Salt Lake coun- MH
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of the Qlfltt
lice Thomas Elcock, deceased, No- I MA
Tho petition of John Elcock praying for 'lil
.he iHsuanco to hlmsc-lf of letters of ad- K1
ministration In tho estate of Thomas El- Bn
cock, deceased, has been set for hearing W
on Friday, the 29th day of July, A, D. Hi
1501, at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county Ki
courthouso. In the courtroom of said w
court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake coun- H
ty. Utah. H
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with Hf
tho soal thereof affixed, this 29th day of V?
Juno, A. D. 1901. ill
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. I IK.
By David B, Davles. Deputy Clerk. Ufll
C. M. Nlolson. Attorney for Petitioner. iflB
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Jf flj
Estate of Charles M. Garrison, deceased. lifl
Creditors will present claims, with vouch- liH
pre, to the undersigned at 307 McCornlck HI
building, Salt Lako City, Utah, on or be- BIB
foro tho 9th day of April, A. D. 1905. yH
EDWARD M. GRIDLEY, II
GEORGE P. DECKER. - EIH
Executors of tho Will of Said Deceased. BH
' Henderson. Pierce. Crltchlow & Bnr- H
rotto. Attornoys for Executors. x729 MM!
Dato of first publication, Juno 8, A. D.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I Hf
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun-
ty, Stato of Utnh. In tho matter of the HT
estate and guardianship of Gertrude Hi.
Ho.nso:;, Edwin Hanson. Irene Hanson mu
and Bernard Hanson, minors. Notice. jHI
Tho potltlon for approval 5d- aetti"- . HI
mcnt of tho ncco'int of tba guardian of Hi
tho person and cstato of Gertrude Han- jHj
son ct al, minors, has, been sot for hear- H.
lng on Friday, tho 1st day of July, A. D. HS
1901, at 10 o clock a. m., at the countv Hu,
courthouso, In the courtroom of saTd Hjl
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- Hfi
ty, Utnh. Mr
Witness tho clerk of said court, with HJ !
the seal thereof affixed, this 20th day ot H !
June. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES. Hj
Soal Clerk. ffll
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. M j
Frlck & Edwards, Attorneys for cs- Hf
tate. X193-I fll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Bjffi
Estate of Adolph -Jessen, deceased. liBl
Creditors will present claims- with llH
vouchers to the undersigned at 33 Com- llH
mercial block, Salt Lake City, Utah, or EH
or beforo tho first day of May, A. D. 19D5. , H
E, A. WALL, C. B. JACK.
Executora of cstato of Adolph Jcsscn, HJ
doceascd. v HI
C. B. Jack, Attorney for Estate. H
Date of first publication, Juno 20. A (H
p. i9oi. ysi H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- H
bato Division, In and for Salt Lako Coun- j Hj
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the J H
estato of Ann North Leaker, deceased. J H
Notice. I mj
Tho cross petition nnd objections of C. I IB
J. Leaker, praying for the Issuance to H
himself of letters of administration In th' H
estato of Ann North Leaker, deceased, has iSf
been set for hearing on Friday, the 29th !!
day of July, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. m&
at tho County courthouse. In the court- JUt
room of eald court. In Salt Lake City. j H
Salt Lako county, Utah. H
Witness tho Clerk of said court with the I f BP
seal thereof affixed, this 2nd dny of July. 1 , li
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES, hi,
Seal. Clerk. H
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. j M
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for Estate. Ml !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I I
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun- ' 1 H
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tin- j M
cstato of Margaret Vandybarker, de ; W
ceased. Notice. A
Tho petition of Israel Bennlon, admin- im
Istrator of the estate of Margaret Vandy BB
barkor, deceased, praying for an order to HI
sell tho following described porsonal prop- UH
erty of said decedent, to wit: As set forth j On
In petition now on filo In tho Clerk's of- flM
flco, has been sot for hoarlng en Friday 1 mi
tho 29th day of July, A. D. ISOi. at J- Bjt
o'clock a. m.. at the county courthouse, ii. 1 R
tho courtroom of said court. In Salt Lak- j If
City, Salt Lake county. Utah. ! ! ill
Witness tho Clerk of said onurL wit'- (
tho seal thereof affixed, this 27th day 01 f H
June, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davles. Deputy Cierk. H
Young & Moyle. Atlys. for Estate. x2-" jrW1
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE. j WM
In tho Third Judicial District Court If!
Probate Division. Salt Lake County, Stan- H
of Utah. In tho matter of the guardian 'mill
ship of Magdalenn Knudsen, a minor. ' Uti II
Notlco Is hereby given that by virtue of iffll
an order of said court, mnde June 24. 1904 Infill
tho undersigned will receive bids or orfeis lilt I II
In writing for the purchase of tho prm (UBjl
lacs hereinafter described, at prlvato sal'. j ;MB I
on Thursday, tho 14th day of July. 1901 ftflRftf
said bids to be delivered at the office p H
O. H. Backinan, No. 42 Commercial block. ml
In Salt Lake City, Utah. Terms, cash; 1 j JUKI
pur cent of bid mu$t accompany the same . iflllf III
An undivided one-half lntorest in: Com- 011(1
menclng at a point 12.9 rods north from the )MLI j
southeast corner of tho northeast quarte; i Iff HI
of section 20. township 1 south of range . TOii mi
east. Salt Lake Meridian, running thene- Htt 11
north 3 rods, to south line of land of J. R 'nil I 111
Dayton; thonco along the said lands sou 1 I Mil III
7"- degrees more or less A .. CG rods, mo' f ' f ffll t I
or "less, to the Jordan and Salt Lako CU. ! lourl'l
canal; thence southerly, along canal ban: Hnlul
3 rods, moro or less, to a point on th f ftHf Hi
north line of lunds conveyed by Chrhito UDf r
pher Hulbert to Henry Johnson. b dee ffi I
recorded In book "M Salt Lake Count; . M SI H
Records, pnge 901; thence by said lands N H II
S71- degrees E. C3 rodB, moro or less, to th j'i feHUh
place of beginning. 4? Ill li'
Also: Beginning 12.9 rods north fro:- 1: IN lift
tho souaienst corner of eald quarter sec- Si HI U
Uon, running thence north 3 rods; thenc If H I
by lands ofsald Dayton, N. S7 degrc;. 3 Ml I
E, 7.2 rods, more or less, to a point 4 III I
County road; thence S 15 degrees F. Ji -
along the County road to a point which I X. Ml
N. S7 degrees fc.. from tho place of b K III j
ginning; thence S. S7 degrees W., to the h B
place of beginning. Subject to one-half v- Kt 1 J
mortgage for J2C0.W. W Ml If
Dated this, the 2nd day of July. 1904. 'Al Bit
JENS JCNUDSEN. Guardian. K Ml 1
G. H. Backinan, Attorney for Guardlar j H j
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THJ im
Third Judicial District of the State of lf
Utah, county of SMt Lake. James Beat llUll
tie, plaintiff, vs. Emma Bcattie, defend flH
nnt. Summons. i'lllt
The State of Utah to the said Defondant 4 If I
You aro heteby summoned to appea lifllil
within twenty days after tho service 0' I
this summons upon you. If served with!" I till
the county In which this action Is brought MI
otherwise, within thirty days after serv- j U)
ice and defend the abovo entitled ncllop. tifflfl
and In case of your fullure so to do, Judg- tIIh
mcnt will be rendered agnlnst you accord- 11111
ing to the demand of the complaint, .1 lifHH
copy of which will bo served upon you ttf Int 1 1
with a copy of this summons. . Jill I
Farnsworth. Lund nnd Truman. Plain- H
tiffs Attorneys. P. O. Address. Templr- , Ifil
ton block. Salt Lako City. Utah. x!3. ' II
NOTICE. pffl Jj j J
Scaled bids for building a two-story. M N
four-room brick school building at Arcp. Ifl Hi i
Idaho will bo received up to July 9. 1901 iHi OH
C o'clock p. m. Bond or 2& per cent of 81 Bk 1
the bid will be required. Plans and spec - ft ill j
ficatlons can bo scon at J. E. Smith -iJc 'lillrlt l
Co.'s office. Arco, Idaho, and at W. A i 1 fc
Samm's. architect. Pocatello. Idaho. Th ,nj W
hoard reserves the right to rejeot any an:) (Ml IHf 1
all bids. Address all bids to Ooo. E. Fer Iti III I
-IB. Clerk of tho Board of Truatcoa. KHjIfl'll