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I rrmTO'AY MORNING. "JULY 7, 1904. T H
iinnisDAi ' The Sam-Lama Tramm? 1 .
iMBajT With the Bankers, the Merchants, and the Brokers, 1
ili Street Is
21 ire Lively
jngs in Stocks More Active Than
for Several Dnys
VEW YORK. July C More than
HE jit a9 mnny sharos r st0C,:3 "vvere
QfM Lit In at the stocl: exchange today
nil we as th0 cas0 ycstcrday and yos"
SO1 -rfay's total was more than twice as
lH tic 43 thc already enlivened dealings
tfthe preceding session on Friday.
Hllce sapposlt'011 that the general de
JJcLul for securities has experienced a
Sklent revival, as indicated by this
(t0f growth, awakens some skepli
' Ic&m over the character of the govern
A Ittct of the market.
I There were other features brought
lie. ? hl In today's market Which strength
jlnii the opinion that the movement is
v tSai?el)' a professional one in its pres
rIJT vi d rtase But the momentum Imparted
uullloVhe price movement by yesterday's
Kiaj If rations carried the level of Values
'irjif'j considerably higher level eoday.
JUnj UTtEcnabled the buyers of yesterday to
jty Wit profits freely on tho advance nnd
1 1) continue the movement in spite of
is'fj'." Iice ur.propltous features in the day's
cy jjie profe'ior.al training and skill
'V itich lent their auspices to the movc
' r-'iU wore made inanifest In the adrolt
'rtss with which the large buying was
Q 4 tnie'-ed In the stocks of large sympa
17 mi ii'lIc Influence on the whole market
'J ud shifted successively from one to
'.-J iiother of ruch stocka while the sus
: vh uldng Effect of the tactics was taken
tJvantage of to cell for realization of
& jrcfits in stocks which had previously
Ji 1 pranced. Union Pacific retained a po
Villon of Inlluentlal leadership In the
carket, but was not so dominant as
f"j jtiterday. and wo9 the subject of proflt
, tiMnff along with others conspicuous
. b yesterday's movement.
; The position of conspicuous leadership
SI J today was token oy l-'ennsyivania and
United States Steel preferred. The largo
; buying of these today came from the
f aire quarters as that of Union Pacific
tnd St. Paul jesterday. The news to
j accotfnt for the advance In these two
i Mocks was meager, but the belief that
; prices of steel products would be main--talned
by the pools and that thc prc
ffned dkW'end on United States Steel
uould be maintained were dwelt upon,
t The drift of political discussion in
'rtock exthnnge ilrcles made it evident
that the belief is general that thc can
didates ord the Issues between the two
Fzl "oui.-al parties are practically
Italic Ton and the .supposition was
,i rot 1. - thnt the operations in thc
imatki ". s I n.Fed on the conditions
1 T'hus li, i.:kd. 'rops news would hardly
!itc oart fr th advance In stocks, as
' Jtleetaple ir;i:kcts reflected a good deal
of apprr her -k.s over the crops, and
" especially tho wheat market,
s A sis? of nearly -1 points in Northern
I Securities on the curb was a sympa-
tbtlc help to the general market, but
j v? unexplained. An advance in the
f pru-e of copper led to the rise in Amal-
U Q. arGument much heard for the ad
BflJtr''1"' ln ,ne Peneni1 H9t was the sup
ll'IfrfH existence or a very-large and
B ; lo-landing short Interest ln the mor
al I M ihMi must be obliged to take
m to rc-ver short contracts if the
J ri- 10 r-x tended to sufllcient propor
l t'nr. Tn mari;et readlly carried
(0 the tr.p 1,-vel of the day in the final
I houraftrr much realizing had been dis-
1 P""i! and the closing was fairly
1 stead, hit not at the best prices.
I Bor" w(?re generally firm. Total
L ' "1" r-r value $5,300.00. United States
f 1 bonds vere unchanged on call.
I NEW YORK BOND LIST,
j -U S rcf 2s. reg.iwyt Man con gld -Js.10.1
I Coupon 104fc Mex Cen -Is 62
' lS Z rog . .lfi5 lsl Inc. 13Vi
Coupon . ...100 Mnn & st L -Is. 9t
I S new -Is. rpg.l32'4 M. K & T -is.... 0
Courna . ...132 2nds SO
I S old 4s. rog ,1M4 Nat R R of Mcx
.i-oupon 10Cy, consol -Is '77
..lson Sen -Is. 103 N Y C gn -ls.100
; p.1 91 N J C gen 5s. ..132
: 9??10 4g w& Nor Poo 4s ....101
; Bal & Ohio As. lfCV, 3s 7lfc
nf ia , r,- & W con -Js..l00-yt
I ten or Ga 5s. .111 o S Lsft par. &7
' n ?lAn;.. 75 Pa- conv 3M:.-.. 97
n 9 i 3 1031'4 Rcadlnfr gon -la. 9S
on pAA'-3 7S SIL.WM con 5s.ll5A
' FftcH new ,4s M St L, & S P fg Is Sl
I riSiC e" si l s w i9t3.. 93
I' PnunL'5-12 Seaud A L -Is...
!'l C,,,&?RR 46 -- 70 So Pac is 03V6
l C. C, c fc Si Li T & P-lsts 119
a f fhl m . iW ItOtlfi: w -is-. U'J
- I Pnn S Unl0n PaC S...1W
-1 Conv 1,3 101
il.n S .',s 83 U S Steel 2nd Bs 77
i km 11 ." Wabash Ists ,..117y.
Mr pr. I,C11 Db B 5S
IiVr4V S-'1 h & L E 43... 31
letliftlX.4 t.lWJi Wis Con 4s 90
.Blocking V 4a.l07 C P & I 5s CU
:l " c Is unlf 4s.. ICO
f CLOSING STOCKS.
a. I. . , Sales. High. Low. Close.
Baltimore & 0 15,300 S24i Sli 82
Preferred . 92,
r?.adl,an.PiXC 2.S00 125 IZV.i.
' ci1tnX of N J 100 1GI id 1C3
( . v-nesapealco &. O ... 2,900 32H 32 32'
.nicugo&A 200 39 39
! cm '!2e&- m 50 0 so'
Oh fvy 1'1(W 1711 l70 171
1 M & c, P 2S.300 1I5'A 115 1-16'A
OMererrod m "SI 1 178
'r Coin 1 71 71 71
I; L' South 200 l icvi 1C
: "I prererred .... iSVj
I -"d prcfcrrcrl 200 21 20 21
"la-ware & Hud ... 3.400 159 15S ItSVi
: - Prcfi rrcd . , S00 70('j 70 70
-v " .19.000 25M, 25 21
, ; J8t preferred 7,900 COH 59 CO
' -,-a,V Preferred ..... 2,000 30 35
Hocking Valluy ... ICO C7 07 T7
Ti Lef,CrS?d S251 83
lni?0l5,Cc'1 VjOO 131 133 131
; lowa Ccn IS
, Preferred . 21
I K C South " '.".'. '.v.'. 2l?i
l T -rred 1.200 43 43 13
; , - s'7 112 11216
I M r Sj ?y 25,700 117Vs 111V1 115
I fi: S L. 40
i kV ,,? P & C S 2,1. .. 1,300 OS 65& C7i6
I' 4(efrrc'1 3,-100 3S 37 37
1 V vex prof 100 3-S 3S 33
f NoJfn?!011!. 5-t0 117 i1G'? il77i
4 Skm4 v 2,100 CS C7i? RsI-4
I rl, lt F lO.GOO 27 2714 27
If nnsylvanla no.OftO 11S 110 11S
Y Lc,fL 8 lj 100 CO GO CO
I " JHt Preferred SOO 3 2 S2A
f VIs,and ll2.200 22 21 21
I Preferred 3.40) CC CC &5(i.
f SILVER. 4-
4- New Y'ork , 5Sc -f
, San Francisco 5Sc
4- LEAD, 4
-f- Now York exchango U. 254. 35 4-
f- New Y"ork exchange $12.25fil2.50 -f-
--4- 4- -f4- 4-
S L & S F pref .... 5CJ 40 46 461
SL&SW 700 12 lljfc 12
preferred 900 30 SO 30
Southern Pnc 44.SOO 49 4S 4S
Southern Rail S.G00 22 22 22'
preferred 2,40") 87 86 87
Tex & Pac 3,900 24 23 24
T S L & W 300 25 21 24
preferred 300 3S 3S 37
Union Pac 82,300 92 91 91
prefcrrod 2,000 94' 93$ 93
Wabash 400 10 16'A 16
preferred 1,500 36 35 5W
"W & L E 300 16 15 15
Wisconsin Ccn 200 17 17 17
preferred 500 39 23 3S
Mcx Cen 7,800 S 7 S
American 100 193 193 192
United States n-. .... 105
Amalgamated Cop . 42,300 51 50 CI
Am Car & Found... 1,700 1C 10 15
Am Cotton Oil 26
preferred .,, ss
Am Ice 300 C C 6
preferred VC00N- 27 27 27
Am Linseed Oil '. .... 7 "
Am Locomotive .... 2,800 20 20 20
preferred 100 82 S2 82
A S & R 700 54 G4 54
preferred 1,000 97! 97 97
Am Sugar 10.500 128 12S 123
Anaconda Mining .. COO 75 71 75
Brooklyn R T S9.G00 50 49 50
Colo F & I 0 31 31 31
Con Gas 102.100 196 194 195
Corn Products 100 11 11 10
preferred 100 C7 67 67
Distillers' Sec 400 21 21 20
Gen Electric 1.700 15S 15S 15S
-lntorn'1 Paper 3,20) 12 12 12
preferred 10-) 63 69- C7
Iritcrn'l Pump 2S
Nat Lead 700 20U 20 20
North Am 900 SS 8$ SS
Pacific Mall 100 27 27 27
People's Gas 3.700 99 OS 93
Pressed Steel Car .. 2,200 2S 27 27
preferred 100 71 71 71
Pullman , 22
Republic Steel 700 7 C 6
' preferred 1.400 42 40 41
Rubber Goods 1,600 16 16 1W1
Tcnn C & 1 1,500 37 36 30
U S Leather 2,200 7 6 6
preferred 1,100 S0 SOft 60
U S Realty 100 6 6 G
preferred 200 5S 5S 57
TJ S Rubbor 10) 1C 16 16
preferred 2,000 67 60 66
U S Steel ,.26,100 11 10 10
preferred 6,300 5S 57 57
"Wcstlnghouso 1,200 159 15S 157
Western Union S7
Total sales, 05,300 shares.
Silver and Irafts.
NEW YORK. July 6 Bar sliver, 5Sc;
Mexican dollars, iOc.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 6. Silver bars.
5Sc; Mexican dollars, 4Cc Drafts
Sight, 7; telegraph, 10.
Hew York Metals.
NEW YORK. July 6. Tin was rather
irregular In London, but showed a steady
undertone, with spot unchanged at 117.
while futures were a little higher at 117
2s Gd. Locally tho market was weak,
closing at $25.COf25.S0.
Copper was a shade higher In London
at 57 03 for spot and at 57 3s 9d for
futures. Locally the market was firm ln
tone, tho prices showing a hardening ten
dency without any material change. Lake
is quoted at S12.C2S12.S7, electrolytic,
912.50312.75; casting, ?12.25'3l2.00.
Lead was steady and unchanged at
$"l 254.35 ln tho local market, which did
ont respond to tho advance In London,
where spot closed at 11 13s 9d.
Speller was unchanged horo and at
London, tho local price being $4.854.95,
while London quotes spot at 22
Iron closed at 51s 9d In Glasgow and at
42s 9d nt Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron Is
quiet; No. 1 foundry northern, $14.50-15 00;
No 2 foundry northern ?13.7514.25; No. 1
foundry southern and do soft, $13.2513.75..
New York Markets.
NEW YORK. July C. Close: Money on
call steady 1U4 per cent; closing bid 1.
ocrcd 1: time loans rm, sixty and ninety
days 2tfjVyi per cent; six months 333
Prime mercantile paper. 3JT1 per ccnt
Storllng exchange firm, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at 4.S7.2S!34.S7 30 for
demand and at $1.85 35S-4.S5.40 for sixty day
bills. Posted rates. S4.SC and 31.SS, Com
mercial bills, Sl.S5.
CHICAGO, July C. Cattle Receipts,. 18,
000. Including 500 Tcxans; market steady;
good to prime steers, $5.40tfp3.G0: poor to
medium. Sl.50gG.25; stackers and feeders.
52.5094 30; cows, $1 50frt.GO; heifers, S2.00
55.50; canners. Jl.502 CO; bulls. tf.OO
4.40; calves, $2.50gG.G5; Texas fed steers,
Hogs Receipts today, 2C0O; tomorrow.
25,000; loft over, 1964; strong to 5c higher;
mixed und butchers'. &.4&jG.G5; good to
choice heavy. J5.y3C.G7; rough heavy,
$5.40?iC.55. light, J5.405T5-G0; bulk of sales,
?5. 5036. GO. , ,
Sheep Receipts. 14.000; sheep steady,
lambs steady to 5c lower; good to choice
wethers. $4.30.20; fair to cholco mixed,
53.5034.25; "Western sheep, f3-SOtfG.; na
tive lambs, Jl.WStf.Tu; Western lambs,
KANSAS CITY, Mo,. July C Cattle
Receipts, COO). Steady. Native steers, $4.25
(tfC.25; native cows and heifers. $2,006.35;
stackers and feeders. r.'.754.5; bulls. $2.C0
3l.50: calves, J2.50S4.50; Western stcerfl.
J4.GO3C.00. Western cows, $2.003'4.50. Hojis
Receipts, 5000. Five cents higher. Heavy,
J5.33SC.45; packers, t556.40; pigs and
llghtD, J4.503G25, Sheep Receipts, 2000.
Strong Muttons. $3.50-30.00; lambs, 54.50Q
G.G0; range wethers, $3.753,4.50; ewes, $2.50
OMAHA, July 6. Cattle Receipts, 2500.
Slow weak. Native steers, $4.50'30-75". cows
and heifers. $3.004,50; Western stcora,
$3.004,75; cows and heifers, J2.255M.C0;
stackers and feeders, J2.75SM.20, calves,
J3.003G.25, Hogs Receipts, 500. Shade
higher. Heavy, $5.3035.35; mixed, $S.253
6.30. llnht. J5.203C30; plga. $4.75-30.10. Sheop
Receipts, 2500. Stronger, Western year
lings, j3.253-4.2G; lambs, $4,753.00.
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. July C Special cablo and
telegraphic communications received by
Bradstreol's shpw tho following changeB
ln available supplies as compared with
Wheat United States and Canada oast
of the Rockies Decreased 1,669,0)0 bush
els; afloat for and ln Europe, decreased
4,000.000 bushels. Total supply, decreased
Corn United States and Canada cast of
tho Rockies, decreased COM bueihela.
Oats United States and Canada cast of
Rocldes, decreased 641,000 bushels.
Tho leading decreases are 790,000 bush
els In Manitoba. 106,00) bushels at the Chi
cago private clovators and 50,000 bush
els at Nashville.
New York Sugar TifrwJsAt.
NEW YORK, July 6. Sugar Raw nrzn;
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST LOUIS. July C Wool Steady. Ter
ritory and Western mediums, 16323c: fino
Wcotern mcdlumu, I63l7c; fine, 15g17c
BY THE STORMS
Bango Mutton Is Now on the Market
and Wholesale Prices Are
Some damage was dono to thc crops by
tho storms last week, according to the re
port of tho weather bureau, but, on the
while, great benefit was dono, as tho mois
ture was badly needed. Rapid growth
was stimulated by tho weather, and con
siderable advancement was made by all
crops. Corn Is not ln such a good condi
tion, as tho cold wcathor has retarded It.
Part3 of the fruit crop were damaged, but
under th? Influence of tho warm weather
which hns followed tho storms, thoy have
revived. Applies show flno prospects. New
potatoes are comlnir along woll and aro
having a good sale on tho market.
Range mutton camo in this wcok, and
the wholesalo price of tho meat has ac
cordingly gono down to 6& cents a pound.
Tho butchers havo not seen fit to give tho
consumers the benefit of this as yet, al
though there Is no reason why thoy should
not. Otherwise prices arc unchanged on
tho meat markot.
Yesterday was a dull day on tho pro
vision markots. No changes wcro regis
tered In prices, and no now arrivals camo
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale $ .303 ,25
Timothy, per ton. baled 14.50gl5.50
Wheat, per bushel 1.0OW 1.10
Corn, per cwt 1.40W 1.50
Corn, cracked 1.45$ 1.55
Rolled oats LS03 1.85
Barley, rolled 1.60fr 1.55
Flaur, bakers' No 1.... 2.30
. Flour, straight grado 2.40
Flour, high patent 3.60
Graham flour 2.5077' 2.70
Cornmeal l.$03 1.90
Bran 1.00$ 1.10
Bran and shorts l.lOyi 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound $ .0O31 .07
Dressed veal, per pound .08
Dressed pork, per pound .... .07
Dressed lambs, per pound .... .06
Dressed mutton, per pound .. .00
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.00
Spring lambs, quarter, rotall. 1.003 1.S0
Dressed hens, per pound .... .15
Ducks, per pound 163) .16
Live poultry, per pound 123 .13
Frozen boilers .22
Live broilers, per pound ..... .20
Utah raspberries, single caso.$ 1.00
Grapes, per caso 2.00
Apples, case 2.00
Utah currants, ca3o .75
Freak fltjs, box 1.50
Watermelons, dozen 4.003) 5.00
Santa Paula lemons, per box. 4.50
California navels 3.25
Peaches, caso 1.25
Apricots, caso 1.50
Utah berries, per crate 1.103 1.25
Uiahf blackberries, case 2.40
Blackberries, crate 1.50
Utah cherries, pound 00 .10
Bananns, per bunch .2.50
Grapo fruit, per caso 4.00
Sedullng oranges, per caso .. 2.75
Cocoanuts, per dozen 1.00
Havana peeds S.OOTf' 3.25
Figs and dates 6c .0S3 .10
Utah rhubarb, per pound ... .02
Llrncs. per 100 1.50
Yellow Plums, per caso 1.75
Gooseberries, per pound .04
Beet sugar, per 100 $ 6.10
Cane sugar 6.20
Best marrowfat peas, per lb.$ .01
Nir.v peppers, per lb .20
Utah summer squash, lb .03
Utah cucumbeij, dozen .75
Cantaloupes, per crato .4.50
California squash 1.50
Red onions, cwt 2.50
Utah cauliflower, por pound.. .10
Wex beans, per pound , .01
Utah cabbage, per pound .... .03
Now potatoes, Dushcl 1.00
Bunch turnips, per dozen .... .15
Green onions, per dozen .20
Utah lettuce 153 .20
Radishes, Utah .10
Tomatoes, per crate 1.23
Cucumbers, per box 1.50
Butter, per pound $ .21
Checae, per pound .1244
iKb". PT "."v
Fancy cheese, per pound .1
Comb honey, per crate .... .2,75
Strained honoy, per pound .. .07
Sweltzer ohecse, per pound . .IS
Llmburgor chceso, por lb ,17
Cream brick cheese, por lb.... ,17
Edam cheese, per dozon 12,00
Utah lake bass $ .30
Mountain trout .30
Utah catfish .12
Striped bass, per pound ..... .15
Shad, per pound .10
Mackinaw trout .10
Soles, por pound .09
Flouders, per pound , .09
California Binelts. per pound. .12
Codflcsh, per pound .13
Catflesh, per pound -13
Perch, per pound -10
Prlmo rib $ .
Portcrhouso , v
Legs ..... -1-
Sjjrlng lamb, per quartor l.Oggl.60
Dressed hens A -1
Ronnt Bprlngs -5
Grapes, bor lb .25
Utah blackborrloa, cup .20
Apples, lb ( -1
Strawberries, 2 cups for,. .25
Currants Hiri .10
Figs -IB -23
Watermelons, each C031 .75
Lornims, per dozen .............. .25
Orange?, per dozen...... 3021 ,50
Peaches, ?r lb .12
Apricots .... Mi
JSlackborrics ..-3is3w 'jS
Cherries -r&s3,3W5r &a .lo J
Bananas, per dozen .30
1 Grapo fruit , .05
Rhubarb, per lb .02
Plums 103; .15
Goofloborries, per quart .10
Peas, per pound $ .05
Now peppers, pound 25
Utah summer squash .12
Utah cucumbers, 2 for .15
Cauliflower - .10
Now potatoes, por pound .03
Wax beans .03
Cabbage, per pound .03
Turnlp3, bunch .02
Green onions .02
Beots , ,02'A
Tomatoes, pound ... .15"
Spinach , .03
Buttor, per pound $ .05
Eggs, per dozen .25
Fancy cheese, per pound .25
Comb honey, per comb .15
Strained honey, per pound .15
SwIbs chceso. per pound .40
Llmbursor cheeso .0)
Cream brick cheese .25
Edam cheese, each 1.25
Black bass $ '.35
Mountain trout .40
Brook trout, each .12
Utah catfish, per pound .15 "
Striped bnss .20
Mackinaw trout .25
Smelts : .15
Crabs, each 25"3 .30
Grain nnd Provisions.
CHICAGO, July C. Weather conditions
in tho Southwest wore tho dominating in
fluences In wheat. All other factors were
of comparatively minor consequences. Re
ports of heAvy rains In Kansas. Missouri
and Iowa caused bullish sentiment at thc
start, and initial quotations on Septem
ber wero up c to c at 83c to SSUc.
Thcro was an actlvo demand for Septem
ber from shorts, resulting ln an odvanco
of about c during the first hour of
ll-nllnn- T, T..1.. ntlnn t 1
demand. Thcro was liberal liquidation of
September going on early ln tho day, but
tho market nevortholees continued to gain
ln strongth. Seplombcr sold up to 83c.
Predictions of additional rtln In tho
Southwest had much to do with tho Im
proved tone. Toward noon tho markot ,
began to foci thc eflects of thc early liqui
dation. From S3c September declined to
S2fS3c Trading during tho remainder
of the day lacked tho enthusiasm mani
fested carllor In tho session and a greater
effort was required to start prices up
ward again. Tho market closed firm, how
over, with September c higher, at 83c.
In corn the feeling was strong. Sep
tember closed '3c higher, at 49c.
Oats wero Arm. September closed at
32332c, a gain, of -3c-
Provisions wcro weak on a lack of
support from packers and on scattered
selling by commission houses. At tho
closo September pork was down 22c,
lard was off 7c and ribs wero down 7o.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURE8.
Articles Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
July, old SS 89 SS 89
July, new SS 69 87 8S
Soptcmbor, new. S3 S3 S3 83
Sentombor, old.. S4& S5 84 81
Corn, No. 2
July 4S 4S 4S& 4S
Soptcmber 49Vi 49 49 49
December 43 40'.i 45 46
Oats, No. 2
July 37 33 3Sti 33
September 32 & 32 32
December 32 .33 32i 33
Mess pork, per bbL
July 12.90 12.90 -12.85 12.85
July shrdluoashrdluoa oa oa.
September 13.25 13.25 12.90 13.00
Lard, per 100 lbs.
July 7.12 7.12 7.05 7.05
Soptcmber 7.30 7.30 7.15 7.20
July 7.45 7.47 7.45 7 47
September 7.77 7. 77 7.62 7.70
October 7.S0 7.82 7.67 7.75
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
firm. No. 2 spring wheat, tUGSOc; No. 3,
OOgOlc; No. 2 red, 9Sc3$l-00. No 2 corn,
49c; No. 2 yellow, 60c. No. 2 oats. 39c;
No 3 white, 37340c. No. 2 rye. 65c.
Good fecdlnp barley, SOfftfCO; fair to cholco
malting, 42350c. No. 1 flaxseed, $1.10; No.
1 Northwestern, $L1C. Prlmo timothy seed,
J2.90. M033 pork, por bbl , $12.S5i?12.90.
Lard, per ICO lbs.. $7.0537.07. Short ribs
sides (loose). $7.37J&7.50. Short clear sidc3
(boxed). $7.2557.50. Whisky, basis of hlKh
wines, $1.28. Clover, contract grado. $10 75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Artlclos. Rcc'pts. Shlp'ts.
Flour, barrels 27.900 20.S0)
Whoat. bushels 16,000 111,90)
Corn, bushola 250,300 465,20)
Oats, bushelB 2S3.7C0 147,600
Rye, bUBhola 1,000
Barloy, bushols 30,800 1,000
On the Produco exchango today tho but
ter market was weak; creameries, 133
17c; dairies, 12315c. Eggs firm at 14316c.
Chceso steady at 8-35c.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6. Wheat was
weaker; December, $1.79 bid. Barloy was
woaker; Docembor, 94c.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK. July 6. Butter Creamery,
lSo; official prlcoB, creamery common, 17
J8c; State dairy, 13317c.
ggs Steady to Arm; WcBtom oxtra se
Via O. S. L. Round trip $2.50. Leave
Salt Lake 11;00 a. m. on special; leav
ing Logan for return on Hpocial 6:00 p.
m. of tho 10th,
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I Have Celebrated the T
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The State Bank of Utah
Corner Haln and South Tempi St
Bait Lake- City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlco-Prtslflcnt
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GBNEBAL BA3TKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attpnUon to
cd&stry trade. Correspondence lnvr"
J. EL Cosgrlft, Pros. E. W. Wilson, Caahlar
. JT. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vlce-Prcjldenta.
A. H. Poabody, Aos't Caahlar.
f ELLS, FAMO SCO. BANK
Bait Lake City, Utah.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank la Utah.
Surplus... ... $1479,000
Undivided pronto )
Traa&aat4 a. general banking bin Laos,
domestic and foreign.
Direct casnecticnc with basks la all
principal cltlcu ot tao world.
praits, 1 On all
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H. P. CLARK, Anst. Cwhlor.
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TUB OLDEST AND LARGEST.
Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Utah. I. -ho and "Wyoming.
Onloe ln Prom-eea bldp,, Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, ttSfflW.OO.
SALT LAKH CITY, UTAH.
Estobllflhed 1&53. IncorporoteC CML
TranAaot a General Banking- Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L a HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
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LL 8. YOUNG, E. S, HILLS.
r Caahler. Asat. Caahlor.
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CAPITAL PAID IN. J300.000.
Bonkbiff ln all Its branches transacted,
Ezohan drawn on tho principal oltled
INTEJST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
lroOOBNIOK St CO., , j
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Anj- sick perscn who has never used R
Liquosono should ; write tho Liquid I
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ASSESSMENT NO. G.
Old Evergreen Mlnlnir and Tunnel com
pany, Big Cottonwood mining district,
Salt Lako county, Utah. Principal place
of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice 1b hereby given that ut a meet
ing of tho board of directors of the Old
Eversrcon Mining and Tunnol company,
a corporation, held at tho office of tho
company, at Halt Lake City, Utah, Tues
day, tho 23th duy of Juno, 1504. an oaaeoa
nient of 3 cents per Bharo wa3 levied upon
tho capital Htock of tho corporation, pay
able Immediately to H. G. McMillan, sec
retary and treasurer of tho company, at
his offlco. No. 161 South Main street. Salt
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which
aid aBaeaamcnt may bo unpaid on tho
30th day of July, lwi, will bo delinquent
tnd advortlBcd for f.nlo at nubile auction,
and unless payment is made before, will
bo sold at ray ofllce on tho 22nd day of
Aupuot, J8M. at 12 o'clock noon, to pay
delinquent assessment, togothor with tho
cost of advertising md expense of Ealo.
(Seal.) HENRY G. M'MILLAN,
No. 161 South Main Street, Salt Lako
.City, UUh, Jun JBISM. :i25S7
j COMMISSION CO.
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room enablo our cuBtomara to 1
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the utmost Bocreoy. HI
Write or call for our Book of In- I
fpraa.Atlon ("SyBtem of Specula- I
tlon ), free upon application. 9
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Fred &rug Brewing Go.
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No drugs or electricity: 75.0M cured aad
flevelopvil. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Bend for
tree booklet. Sent crated. Guarastesd.
Writo today. R. C. Emmt, 203 Tebc4
Slock. Danver. Cilz.
PEOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
signers or further Information.
IN THE THIRD" JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, In and for Salt Lake County,
Stato of Utah. Department No. 1. In tho
matter of tho estate of Martha Baldwin,
The petition of James K. Baldwin and
Charles H. Baldwin, praying for tho nd
mlBsIon to probate of a certain document,
purporting to bo tho last will and testa
ment of Martha Baldwin, deceased, and
for thc granting of letters testamentary to
themselves has "been set for hearing on
Friday, the 23th day of July. A. D. 1904. at
10 o'clock a. m., at tho County courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court, ln Salt
Lake City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of eald court with tho
seal thereof afllxed this 2nd day of July,
A. D. mi. JOHN JAMES,
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
James H. Moyle, Attorney for Petition
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc Division, In and for Salt Lake Coun
ty, Stato ojf Utah. In tho matter of tho
estato of Mary L. Dash, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of George Dash, executor
of tho estate of Mary L. Dash, deceased,
praying for tho settlement of llnal ac
count of said executor, and for the dis
tribution of tho rcalduo of said estato to
tho persons entitled, has been act for
hearing on Friday, tho 23th duy of July,
A. D. 3DCH, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
County Courthouse in the courtroom of
ald court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness the clerk of eald court with the
seal thereof afllxed, this 2nd day of July.
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
'Rogers & Street and Guhecn, Attorneys
for Estate. yl85
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, ln and for Salt Lako county, Stato
of Utah, Department No. 1. In tho mat
ter of tho osuito of Samuel S. Pond, Sr.,
Tho petition of Samuel S. Pond praying
for Uio admission to probate of a certain
document purporting to bo ths Inst will
and testament of Samuel S. Pond, Sr., de-
inrfl rind for tlio irn.ntlrn at Inttnr
testamentary to himself to act without
bonds, has been oot for hearing on Friday,
tho 23th day of July, A. D. 1501. at 10 ,
o'clock a. m. at tho county courthouso, In
tho courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Snlt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed this 6th day of July,
A. D. 1XM. JOHN JAMES.
David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
J. R. Bowdle, Attorney for Petltlonor.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato Division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho maltor of the
estato of Sarah Field Spry, deceased. No
tice. Thc petition of Samuel Spry, adminis
trator of tho estato of Sarah Kleld Spry,
deceased, praying for tho soltlomont of
llnal account of Bald administrator and for
tho distribution of thc rcalduo of said es
tato to tho persons entitled, has been set
for hearing on Friday, the 23th day of
July, A. D. 1S0I. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho
county courthouso In thc courtroom of
Bald court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of
Juno. A. D. 1301. , ,
(Se.il.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Doputy Clerk.
Chrl3tcnscn & Chrlstonscn, Attorneys
for Estate. xlfrli
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato dlvl.slon, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. Tn tho mnttor of tho
estate of O. R. Young, deceased. Notice.
The petition of W. J. Uarrettc, admin
istrator of the oHtnto of O. R. Young, de
ceased, for confirmation of thu salo of tho
following described real estate of said de
cedent, to wit, an undivided one-half In
terest In and to the "AJax." "Orand
View" and "Jumbo" lodo mining claims,
In Camp Floyd mining district. Tooelo
county, for the sum of $17, and upon tho
following torms, to wit, cash upon con-
iii-Mntlrtn n finnonr! frn?n thi rMnrTi nf
Bale, filed in this court, has bcon sot for
hcarlns on Friday, tho 23th day of July,
A. D 1301, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the
county courthouse, in iho courtroom of
eald court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
ocal thereof affixed, this 30th day of June,
A. D. 1JKM. JOHN JAMES
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk.
Hondorson. Piorco, Crltchlow & Bar
rotte, Attornoya for Estate, yl3
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP H
-,S?"u't County Clerk or the- respective H
"igners for rurtner information. HI
hrP?? DISTRICT COURT, PRO- H
?5 teDP1.vla,0,nt,,n and for Salt Lako coun- 1
n&?!JU or Uta.ta.-In tho matter of. tho 111
Ucc Thomas Eicock, deceased. No- WU
Tlip petition of John Eicock praying for 'fif
..ho l8uanco to himself of lotters of ad- ftlitl
ministration ln the oatato of Thomas El- IflU
cCK(dccflRBcd, hj5 been sot for hearing HI
on lTiday, tho 23th day of July, A. D jM
18M, at 10 o'clock a, m., at tho county 9M
courthouse, in the courtroom of said HI
tyUU tah StUt LakC CUy' 8alt L'ak0 C0Un" IK
Witness tho Clerk of call court, with W
tho soal thoreof afflxod, thin 29th day of SI
Juno, A. D. 1501. MB
(Soal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. HI
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. HI
C. M. NIelson, Attorney for Petltlonor HI
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- HI
bate division, ln and for Salt Lako coun HI
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the HI
estate and guardianship of Gertrudo HI
Haneon, Edwin Hanson. Irene Hanson HJ
nnd Bernard Hanson, minors. Noiie. HJI
Tho petition for approvt.1 A3d settl- Hi
ment of tho account of tho guardian of HJI
tho person and ostate of Gortrudo Hnn- W
son ct al, minors, has heen set for hear- HE
ing on Friday, tho 3Ht day of July, A. D. Hi
1KV1, at 10 o clock a. m., at the county Hh
courthouao, ln tho courtroom of saTd HJI
courinSalt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- Hj
Wltnecs tho clerk of nald court, with Hb
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th- day of HB
June. A. D. 1501, JOHN JAMES, (DJ
Seal Clerk. HJ
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. HJ
Friclc & Edwards, Attornoys for es- H
t&to. xl33i HJ
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- HI
bate Division. In and for Salt Lake Coun- HJI
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of thc HJI
estato of Ann North Leaker, deceased. HH
Tho cross petition and objections of C. '
J. Leaker, praying for tho Issuance to HJ
himself of lotters of administration ln the HB
estate of Ann North Leaker, deceased, has . HJ
been set for hearing on Friday, the 29th Hf
day of July, A. D. 1D0, at 10 o'clock a, m. HJ
at tho County courthouse, ln the court- HJ
room of said court, ln Salt Lako City, HJ
Salt Lake county, Utah. HJ
Witness the Clerk of said court with the HJ
aoal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of July, HJ
A. D. 1304. JOHN JAMES, HJ
Seal. . Clerk. HJ
By David B. Davles. Doputy Clerk. HJ
Young Sz Moylo, Attorneys for Eatnte. HU
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H
Estato of Emanuel Rauch, deceased. fm
Creditors will present claims, with Hf
vouchers, to the undoralgned, at office of HJ
Booth, Lee & Rltchlo, No. 162 South Main HJ
street. Salt Lako City, Utah, on Or before HJ
thc 10th day of April. A. D. 1305. Hf
UTAH SAVINGS AND TRUST COM- HJ
T A -N" DHB II
Administrator of tho Estate of Emanuel ?Hb (I
Rauch, Deceased. HJ II
Booth, Lee & Ritchie, Attorneys for Es- y HJ H
Dato of first publication, Juno 9, A. D. HI lj
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I
ty, State of Utalu In tho matter of the Hf
estate of Margaret Vandybarker, dc- I HI
ceased. Notice. !Hl
Tho potltton of Israel Bonnlon, admin !H(
Istrator of tho estate of Margaret Tandy- Hit
barker, deceased, praying for an order to HH
soli tho following described personal prop- HJ
ertv of said deccdont, to wit. As set forth HJ
ln petition now on fllo ln tho Clerk's of- HJ
llco, has been set for hearing on Friday ' HI
tho 29th day of July, A. D. 1-W, at 1U HJ
o'clock a. m., at thc county courthouso, In HJ
the courtroom of said court, ln Salt Lako HJ
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. HI I
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with IHtfl
the seal thereof afllxed, this 27th day ot Hf!
June, A. D. 104. HAH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. HQ
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. Hi (I
Young & Moyle, Attya. for Estate. x2530 . HHJU
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE. H jj
In tho Third Judicial District Court. D
Probate Division, Salt Lako County, State ja H
of Utah, in thc matter of tho cua-t'isn- B
ship of Magdalcna Knudsen, a minor. II
Notice is hereby given that by virtue or If
an order of said court, made Jun 9, 1S04.
tho underslgnod v.-lll recolvo bic: cr offers Hi II
ln writing for tho purchaso of tho prem- nH
isea hereinafter described, at private sale, HH
or. Thursday, the I-Uh dfty of July. 1901 H ' IN
said bids to bo delivered at tho office of HI I n
G. H Backman. No. 12 Commercial block, Hj I III
ln Salt Lako City. Utah. Terms, cash; ! M ffll
per cent of bid must accompany tho same. Wf, M
All undMded one-half Interest in: Com- Igf in
menclng at a point 12.3 rods nortli from thc H 1
Boutheast corner of tho northoast quartei MM Jl
of section 29. township 1 south Of range 1 HI HI
cast, Salt Lako Meridian, running thence :H HI
north 3 rods, to south line of land of J. R H III
Dayton, thence along the Bald lands south
S7. degrees more or less W . Co rods, morp Hj If
oricss, to the Jordan nnd Salt Lake City HI Ml
canal: thence southerly, along canal bank. ( III
3 rods, moro or less, to a point on th- H III
north line of hinds conveyed by chrlsto HJC Ml
nhcr Hulbert to Henry Johnson, bv doo. MR Bli
l-ccordcd ln book "M" Salt Lake Countj HE III
Records, pngo 9C1; thence by said lands III
S7Vj degrees E. C3 rods, more or less, to th- H HI
place of beginning. Hill
Also; Beginning 12.9 rods north frorr IH UI
the southoast corner of eald quarter sec- Ql
tlon. running thenco north 3 rods; thenc : W HI j
by landB of said Dayton, N. Site degre s It i
E 7.2 rods, moro or less, to a point In i lit'
County road; thenco S. 15 degrees E. j H U
along tho County road to a point which I M
N Sll& degrees E., from the place of lv- , H (y
ginning: thence S. S7. degrees W., to the H 111
place of beginning. Subject to one-half o- lW
mortgago for rJW.OO. 01. Uifl
Dated this, the 2nd day of July. 1&01- fll M
JENS IvNUDSEN. Guardian. W IIJI
G. H. Backman. Attorney for Guardian K H:
ASSESSMENT NO. 8. ' , h
Albion Mining Company. Principal place ItlUtf
of business. Salt Lake City. Location o Bf If
mines, Alta, Little Cottonvrood Mining Hjj II II
District. ... ffll if
Notice is hereby given that at a meet- IK ill if
ing of tho board of directors of the Al i IdI Iff
blon Mining Company, held on the 2nd day . ItImIH
of July, 1901. assessment No, S of llvo ( . ; JJaflSS
cents per sharo was levied upon tho capl ilfhiff
tal stock of thc corporation, Issued ami Hi SI
outstanding, yayablo immediately to Us- III II IB
secretary at Ills office, room 12 Walke Ut iff
Bank bldg, S W. 2nd South ut., Salt Lake jWlllfff
City. Utah. Ill Bit
Any stock upon which thin nssoRsmcn? jnlHl
mav remain unpaid on Saturday, tho 6ih Hllltx
day of August, 1901, will be dclimiuent an If ill
advortlscd for sale at public auction, an , W R'
unless pavment Is made boforo. will bo ml III,
sold on Tucudav, Uso 23rd day of August. HUfff'
1301 at 2 o'clock p. m at tho company'n HlilllJ
office, to pay delinquent atcsssment there- ' KlllV
on, together with the cost of advertlalnj 111 if! I1
and oxpoisse of sale. Ill i ',
yl!7 J. W. HATFIELD. Secretary. Iff iH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THi. H f f
Third Judicial dlslrlct of the State of Rl IfEt J
Utah, county of Salt Lake. JcsmIo K. Hf f fl 1
Bennett, plaintiff, vs. John J. Bennett, do- III !
fcndanL Summons. U!
The State of Utah to tho said defendant f j II
You are hereby summonod to appeai Of 1 M
within twenty day3 after tho service f Jl i !
this summons upon you, if served wlthl ; H
the county in which this action Is brought. IJf ' J
othorv.-lae, within thirty days after sff; - Sfl lj
vice and dofond tho abovc-ontltled ac jlrj ,
tlon. and ln cuse of your failure 30 to do. Itl f 1
judgment will bo rendered against you ai - III III j
cording to tho demand of tho complaint. fill 11
which, within ton days after servico a' ft 1 h
this summons upon you. will bo tiled with j
tho clerk of said court. g j ,
Plaintiff's Attorney. HUrif
p O. Address. 21S Main street, Salt Lako 1 I M'l
City. Utah. wHW V i J j j I
NOTICE. J j ifj j
Scaled bids for building a two-story. ill Mil
four-room brick school building at Arc-j ill 4il
Idaho will bo received up to July 9, 1901 ' jl i I j j I
C o'clock J. m. Bond of 2 per cont o' li fHljli
tho hid will bo required. Plans and soeol- 1) ( l
tlcatlons can bo seen at J. E. Smith J H I I
Co 's office, Arco, Idaho, and at W. A K l (l IE
Samm's, architect, Pocatollo. Idaho. Th' Jj Jt !'
board rcsorves tho right to reject any am a W S U
all bids. Address all bld3 to Geo. E, Far- U l,i If !
via, Clerk of Uso Board of Trustees. ;r J dl
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