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T rfiffffSDAY MOBBING, JULY 12, 1904. ifll
I DA The Salt Lake Tribunt; V
lwS Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. )
;ttct Closed Easy, j
I:, Varying Pedes
LDfP in Sending and Ponnsyl-
vpia Was Almost a Point
I; rf YORK. Jul U--By the time the.
V ''exchango was concluded today the
!'' showed tho effect of the very
' , realizing sales that had been going
' wing the enrly and actlvo period oC
if, ending. Prices opened higher and
i' L rst hour's trading was very largo
' Ji actuations very narrow. Monday
) Is favorite opportunity for
3 -taking by practiced speculators,
M Sato tho effect produced on a new sot
'fwti-s rf stocks by tho opening of a.
1 titivAt after a period of rising prices.
1 cgckly summing- up of conditions
f f'-Sfilness and Industrial world Is likely
ftEV-iff Into brokers' offices an accumu
I f?i i of orders, of which advantage Is
IT i-,Ssillv takfn even In the midst ot a
I Sfced "PWrd movement of prices.
J -l&idy pressure upon this mornings
1 was not unexpected therefore.
JMlMyas not disquieting to sentiment over
Ml iitsjeral outlook. . , . ,
MM manner In wJileh the market ab
WM & the profit-taking and tho small
fir tailor.? caused by It gave evldenco of
TJ.M ' .Tnlunif of tlio new demand and gavo
IwrJaa of a favorable basis for a new
Mil "So when the professional operators
tffllti ustod tho market and realized their
cash This assurance was felt
jj'lrtcibe action of the latter market when
il'L,-Cf.t5 were mado to renew the ad
mvcS. lv bidding up of special orders.
and heaviness of the specu
i'&Ss a8 naturally relieved by these of-
i' in Go ornment crop, as It was not to
'Jissi until aftT the closing of the stock
fttfit was felt to offer sufficient unccr
'ahfiw to warrant holding commitments
j'tiaiiJxt indmlng The upward courso
frij the wheat market also served as a
kara' offset to the executions of a favor
juftouing for tho July 1 condition of
I ;ti cops , ,
I aSoad traffic ofllclals in their weekly
'pang un deprecated any serious fears
-k Hoods In the Southwest and wero
rM agreed In reporting an Improved
trSz over the outlook, based on crop
Jjjr.ix.'ts and a hopeful sentiment for
'CjzirH nt of business activity. The day's
rails of railroad curnlngs, both gross
ixJ erase- contained nothing to help
VMrtnoit The market closed easy and
iiCru;lng not declines, running to nearly
-'ijb In Reading and Pennsylvania.
I. mnrkPt Irregular. Totnl sales, par
nit V- 735.000 United States bonds un
tied on call.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
rif 2s. reg.l0lsi Man con gld -ls.l05l,
0:pn KMi Mex Ccn 4s 03
V.ii rcg .105 1st Ino 14
Quon 100 M & St L Is 96
da -Is rcg lXJVi M. K & T .Is.... 90V:
frijon - 132 2nds 79V3
UeU 4s. reg..l05U Nat R R of Mex
Oijon . . . .1034 con is 774
idison gen Is. 102 N Y C gen 3s.. 99V1
jUJr4s . . M N J C gen 5S....132K
ICUic C L is. 9Rt Nor Pac 4s 101
fclfcO Is . 103 3s 74
hi N & W con 4s... 101
ailc .70 O S L -&par., 07',
Cell (3a ?s 110. Pa conv 3fes 97tfi
C4S0 4ts . ...103 Read gen Is ... 9S
ClU 3s . 7S StL&IMcon 5s...lhT
C.&4 Q new 4s 9"i StL&SF fg 4s,Sl.
CJfiapgcr. 4s. ion; stj--s-w-istsrrr93'6
ClN'Wcon 78.1296 Scab A L 4s.. . CO
CSkPRR 4s . 1V So Pac 4s 93Vi
fCs(5s ... SIVt So Ry 5s 11SU
CCliStL gn-lsl0i T & P 6s Ill)
CUtr 4s ... 74 T, St Li & W Is. 71
Cdtsb 4s . 03i LT P Is ioiy4
CIS -is . s; Conv 4s lOUA
D nR G 4 03 U S Steel 2nd 5s. 77$
rtlien 4s.. 95 Wabash lsta ...AllYi
'ri)is .... 85 Deb B 5SVi
D C 1st. 103V- Wh & L. B 4a.... 01
HV4i:S . .107',i Wis Cen .Ls S3", j
Lb unlf 4s lOOVi C F & 1 con 5s..
I CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
'4 sa 19,500 75 74 74
KJrcd SCO 95 93 94
M Ohio .... j.tco S2'i S28 2
fiKrcd 200 93 93 92Vfe
.(biiin Pue .... 2,000 12154 121 12-14
Ctril of N J
ft Ohlu ... 2,700 339i 33 324i
Cil, Alton 3S
ttl Great West. 2.100 134 13 13Vi
; ft Northwest... l.ioo 172 172 172
to & St P 18,300 14CV! 145i 145
,Jsrrcd 200 179?.i 179 17S
Ch emi & T .... l C C 5.
' J-'iTMl .... 200 10 1G 15 "
itT & St L 500 73 72-y, 72
;Co! southern 15
; Preferred 200 50 50 19'
(S preferred ... 100 22 22- 21
!ft Hu'lson 900 159?i 159 15S
IX & West -70
Di Jc Rio G 500 21 21 21i
' Itrrtd ... ;j,o 70 70 70Vi
tl . . 8,900 25 21i 24
t 1 preferred . . 2,300 CI GOtf 00
WvS& .... I:800 ?I5 ?g
Slurred . . .. 100 82 S2 82
1.-UU Central .... MO 134 134 133
1C Central s 100 1S 1ST4 18
- iftrrod . " it
K Southern ..."
,' ftrred . ... J.,u
l&'off Xa?h ' ' $m 113 112 112
jlliattan L 1.1W. 151 150 lco
Sc-curlllrs -I.100S.S9 87 87
p&SlLy 1 -
'r. 2 'Texas ... COO 17 17i,
IB; J i0i Vcat.... 10.300 2S'A 7&i 27
J!1 deferred :.::;73'yj0 50 50
ollj' preferred .... '206 ;' Tin' ria-
;2d-pfd:: 3S g. g gu
K I n i-100 31 311
JBk ferred . "' T3 aV4
13 BJL ferred 100 .25 24
SleSrf K 5l
.fcrrcd ; , is? isv& i
t c & L E ' ' '
;.Kl Centra, .V..'. M 36 is)l
JK" 3rcss cos- S9t 8 S
J lean '. 225
K Farota.;-;;;; J " 109" 109
j X'jlpr1 27 27 y 27"
SW'fc LO50 . 27'
-5Blreret ..' Tift'. 20 20 19
IBS'::: ffi'f P
f SILVER. 4.
New York 5Sc -f
Sun Francisco ,..5Sc
-f- London 2G13-lGd -f
-f1 Now Y'ork exchango $1.25j4.35 -f
-f- Now York exchange $12.2512.50 -f
Corn Products ..... 11
proforred 300 09 CJ CS
DlstilIors, Securlfs 100 21 21 2(ii
Goncral Electric .. 400 15ST4 15Sii 157
Jntcrn'l Paper ..... 3CO 13 13 12
Tntern'l Pump 100 31 31 301.
preferred 100 70 76 75"
National Lead 11,100 21 23 23A
North American .. 100 SS " 8S S7i
Pac Mall 100 27 27 27'
People's Ga3 SOO 99 99 93
Pressed Steel Car.. 1,500 29 2S 29-
preferred 10) 73 73 " 73
Pullman Pal Car 220 "
Republic Steel 0
preferred 100 42 42 42 "
Rubber Goods 15
Tenn C & Iron 500 3S 3751 37
U S Leather 500 7 C 7
preferred 3X) SI 6C-tf SOU
U S Realty COO 0 5 5i
U S Rubber 200 17 17 10
preferred 500 CS CS 07
U S Steel 5.70Q 11 10 10
preferred 23.300 59 5S 5S
Westlnghousa Elcc 157
Western Union .... 200 S7 S7 S7
Total sales for the day, 455,100 shares.
Silver and Irafts.
NEW YORK, July 11. Bar silver, 5Sc.
Mexican dollars. 15c.
SAN FRANCISCO. July ll.-SUver bars,
Mexican dollars. 17c.
Drafts, sight, 5c. telegraph 7c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. July 11. Money on call
easy, l(f;;l4 per cent, closing bid 1 per
cent, offered 1 per ccnL Time loanB
firmer, sixty days 2-2 per cent, ninety
days 3'Tj3Vi por cent; six months. 3fH
per cent. Prime mercantile paper. 3ty
4 per cent.
Sterling exchango steady, with actual
business In bankers' bills at $I.S7 20J7-1. 87.25
for demand and at $1.83 2ftp-l.S5.25 for six
ty days; posted rates, $4.SC1j4.SS. Commer
cial bills. ?4.S51.S5.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, July 11 There was an ad
vance of 2Cs 5d in the price of spot tin at
London, that delivery closing nt 11S 2s Cd,
while futures were unchanged at 118 7s Cd.
Locally tin was a llttlo higher on spot In
sympathy with the foreign advance, clos
ing at J25.C5?r2C 15.
Copper was a shade lower In London,
where spot closed at 57 5s and futures at
57 2s Cd. In the New York market cop
per was firm, closing at ?12.G24T12.87
for lake. 512 5012.75 for electrolytic and
?12.25f12.50 for casting
Lend was a shade lower In London,
where It closed at 11 13s 9d. but remained
unchanged In New York at ?J.25ft4.35.
Spelter was unchanged In both markets,
closing at 22 In London and at JI.85tf4.9o
In tho local market.
Iron closed at 51s 9d In Glasgow, and at
43s In Mlddlcsboro. Locally Iron was un
changed. No. 1 foundry Northern 19
duoicd at $14.5OJI15.C0. No. 2 foundry
Ss'or thorn. J13.75514.25. No. 1 foundry
Southorn and No. 1 foundry Southern soft
at S13.25tj13.75. Pig Iron warrants are
nominal at ?9.00.
CHICAGO. July 11. -Cattle Receipts,
2S.OO0 head; market steady to 10c lower;
good to prime steers. S5.COfIf,.40; poor to
medium. $4.50ft6.00; stockers and feeders.
J2.5O'4.00; cows. Jl.50tf4.G0; heifers. $2.00??
5.50; cannors. J1.E0572 CO; bulls, 52.00-tM.40;
calves, $2.50710.00; Western steers. $5.00.
Hogs Receipts today, 41.000 head; to
morrow, 20.000; market 10c lower; mixed
and butchers', ?5 25315.42; good to cholco
heavy, $5.3516 43; rough neavy, J5.2Oft5.30;
light, $5.25(06.35; bulk of sales at ?5.303
Sheep Receipts. 20.0CO head; sheep mar
ket lower; good to cholco wethers, Jl.COTi
5.25; fair to choice mixed. $3.E01M.W; West
ern sheep, $4.355.00; native lambs, $1.0Otj
7.50; Western lambs, $7.40.
ST. JOSEPH. July 11. Cattle Receipts.
3500 head; market 10J5'15c higher; natives,
$4.500.35; cows and heifers. J2.0OU5.35;
atockera and feeders. S3.055-1 50.
Hogs Receipts. 2100 head; market 255c
lower: light. $5.0116.15 ; medium and
Sheep Receipts, 1S00 head; market 15fl
35c higher; Western wethers, $4.55.
SOUTH OMAHA, July 11 Cattle Re
ceipts, 2000; market slow, steady to weak
er; native steers. $I.COfjO.10; cows and heif
ers. $2.00rl,50: Western steers, $3.0O1.75;
range cows and helfera, $2.2503.75; can
nors. $1 502.75: stockers and feeders. $2.50
4.15; calves, S3.00S5.25; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs Receipts, 2300; market 10c lower;
heavv. JS.10fjG.15; mixed, $5 0525.10; light.
Sheep Receipts. 9000: market slow;
Westerns, yearlings. JI.50S5.20; wethers,
$4.25S5.00: ewes, J5.50S4.C0; common and
stockers, $2.50S3 75; lambs, JI.75S5.75.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July ll.-Cattic.
Receipts, 2000; steady; native steers, $4.23
S6.10; native cowa and heifers. $2,00SC.35;
stockers and feeders. J2.75S4.75; bulls, $2.50
SI.25; calves, $2.50&4.iG; Western steers,
J4.00SCOO Western cowa, $2.00S1 23.
Hogs Receipts, 16(0; market lGc lower
than last Wednesday; bulk of sales, JS.IOS1
5.20; packers, J5.10S5.20; pigs and lights,
London "Wool Auction.
LONDON, July 11. The offerings at tho
wool auction snleo today numbered 14.320
bales!. Good merinos sold well to Franca
and Gtfrrnany. Low merinos wore taken
by homer, buyers. Americans pitched a
quantity of, merinos and several lots of
lino cross-breds at tho highest rates of
tho scries. Capo of Good Hone and Na
tional gradefl were In steady demand.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOL'IS, July 11. Wool steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 2IS
24c: light line. ICSlfic; heavy fine, 12iv
13c: tub-washed, 33c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. July 11. Sugar Raw firm;
fair refining. 3c; centrifugal, 90 degrees
teat, 3 15-16Ssic: molat-scs sugar, 34c; re
fined sugar strong: crushed 5.73c; pow-J
dered, 5.15c; granulated, 5.05c.
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN, 111,. July 11. Butter firm at 11c.
No sales. Sales for week, 457.7S9 pounds;
100 tubs offered.
Butter nud Cheese.
NEW YORK, July 11. Butter, easy; ;
street prices, extra creamery, 17S'17?ic; I
official prices, creamery, common to extra,
13S'17c; State dairy, common to extra,
Cheese Nominally unchanged.
To principal northern Utah and Idaho
points. See agents for particulars.
OF SCARCE PRODUCE j
Wholesale Price of Mutton Goes
Down to 6 Cents Lambs to
S2.75 Apieco. 4
Produco of all kinds was scarce yester
day. Tho shipments that wero expected
from California did not come, and as It
was not market day, and as tho drain on
the ntores was very heavy, Saturday, tho
supply was correspondingly short. In Im
ported stuff the samo scarcity will prevail
today, as no consignments como In on
Tueeday. Home fruit and'green stuffs will
be plentiful and cheaper,'
Goosobcrrlcs are dearer having gone up
to G cents a pounds. They arc ust begin
ning to come In ripe, but the demand hs
been so aroat that they arc very scarce
Peaa aro cheaper, having gono down to 05
cents a bushel, and 3 cents a pound retail.
Spinach Is now out ofthe market, as tho
season Is over for this vegetable
Mutton Is again cheaper. Six cents a
pound is now the wholcsalo price of this
meat, while spring lnmbs have gono down
to $2.75 wholesale. Retail prlcco have not
yet been altered, but'thoy arc expected to
go down today or tomorrow. All butchers,
both wholesale and retail, havo many com
plaints of tho ctateof tho market during
the past week. Comparatively little was
sold of any kind pfnicat It appears that
peoplo' aro trying fto cat leas meat and
more fruit. While' this may bo a very
sensible plan, It does not meet with the
approval of thosofwho have to get their
living by selling meat.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, ner.balo .30G1 .23
Alfalfa f. 10.0ftjrl0.50
Timothy, por ton. baled 14.50S15.50
Wheat, por bU3hel LOOM 1.10
Corn, per cwt...; 1.40JP 1.60
Corn, cracked 1.45 1-55
Oats 5 1.70
Rolled oats f. 1.S0S1 1-5
Barley, rolled 1.10S 1.45
Flaur, bakers' No 1 2.30
Flour, straight grada 2.40
Flour, high patent 2. CO
Rye 4 2. GO
Graham flour 2.507 2.70
Cornmeal .. 1. SO 1.90
Bran f. l.OOiji 1.10
Bran and shorts 1.10S1 1-15
Dressed beef, per pound J .0S -07
Dressed veal, por pound .OS
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed lambs, per pound .... .00
Dressed mutton, per pound .. .00
Spring lambs, wholesale 2.75
Spring lambs, quarter, retail. l.OOJp 1.50
Dressed hens, por pound .16
Ducks, per pound 15S .16
Llvo poultry, per pound 12S .13
Frozen boilers .22
Live broilers, per pound .20
Utah raspberries, single caso.J 1.00
Cantaloupes, case 3.50
Grapes, per caso 2.00
Apples, case 2,00
Utah apples, bushel 1.50
Utah currants, caso .7R
Watermelons, dozen 3.0OS 4".0O
Santa Paula lemons, per box. 4.50
California navels 2.75
Peaches, box , 1.00
Apricots, case 1.50
Utah berries, uer crate ...... 1.25
Utah blackbcrrlos, case 1.60
Utah cherries, pound .0CS1 .10
Bananas, per bunch .2.50
Seedling oranges, per case.... 3.00
Cocoanuts, per dozen 1.00
Havana weeds 3.00S1 3.25
Figs and dates 5c .OS'a) .10
Limes, per 100 1.50
Yellow Plums, per case 1.75
Gooseberries, per pound ...... .06
Tragedy prunes 2.00
Beet sugar, per 100 $ 6.10
Cane sugar 6.20
Beat marrowfat peas, bushel. $ ,C5
Now peppers, per lb .20
Utah summer squash, doz.... .50
Utah tomatoes, pound .15
Utah cucumbers, dozen .40
Red onions, cwt 2.50
Utah cauliflower, pound .06
Wax beans, pound .03
Utah cabbage, per cwt 1.50
New potatoes, bushel .90
Bunch turnips, por dozen .... .15
Green onions, per dozen .12
Utah lettuce .10
Radishes, Utah .10
California tomatoes, box .... 1.75
California cucumbers, box .... 1,20
Butter, per pound $ .18
Cheese, per Dound ............ .12
Eggs, per case 6.00
Fancy cheese, per pound .10
Comb honey, per crato .2.75
Strained honey, per pound .. .07
Swcltzer cheese, per pound... .33 1-3
Llmburgor cheese, per lb .17
Cream brick cheese, per lb..,. .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.00
Utah lake bass $ .30
Mountain trout .30
Utah catfish .12
Strlpod bass, per pound .15
Shad, per pound .10
Mackinaw trout .16
Soles, per pound .09
Floudcrs. per pound .09
California smelts, per pound. ,12
Codfish, per pound .13
Catfish, per pound .13
Perch, per pound .10
Prime rib $ .J
Pork t.....' -15
Spring lamb,' 'per 'quarter..... l-WSl.eO
Dressed hens ? -J
Roast springs i-ner,
Springs oV .00
Raspberries, 3 cups for., ,$ 25
Utah apples, pound
Grapes, ber lb
Utah blackberries, 2 cups
Strawberries, 2 cups for
Currants -W -,fP
Figs .15W ,
Watermelons, each .'.35S
Lemons, per dozen
Oranges, per dozen &ys
Peaches, per lb .12
Cherries 10 .15
Bananas, por dozen .30
Grape fruit ,05
Rhubarb, per lb .02
Limes , ,02
lun 10 .15
Cjooscbcrrles, per quart .10
uantoloupes .103 12
Peas, per pound .03
New peppers, pound .25
Utah summer squash .05
Utah cucumbers, each .05
Cauliflower , .10
New potatoes, per pound .02
Wax beans , .05
Cabbiige, per pound .05
Turnips, bunch .02
Green onions .02
Utah tomatoes, pound .20
Tomatoes, pound .15
Butter, per oound ' .25
Eggs, per dozen .25
Fancy cheese, per pound .25
Comb honey, per comb .15
Strained honey, per pound .15
Swls3 chceso. per pound AO
Llmburgor cheese fCO
Cream brlck cheese . .25
Edam cheese, each 1.25
Black bass $ .35
Mountain trout .40
Brook trout, each .12
Utah catfish, per pound .15
Striped bass .20
Mackinaw trout .25
Soles '. .12
Flounders ..J. .12
Crabs, each 25 .30
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. July 11. With the country
keoplngnhc telegraph wires hot with dis
patches to their correspondents, wheat
took a fresh start upward today. Sep
tember wheat closed S1o up. Corn Is
down a shade. Oats are off c.
Provisions aro 2c lower to 10c hlghor.
Tho appearanco of tho weather map and
a preconceived Idea among traders that
crop damage had been exaggerated by
somo larger world's shipments than wero
expected, gavo tho wheat market an easy
start, wth September c lower at $3
SS3?ic to 83i'ic.
Tho cables were the factor In tho tempo
rary weakness, as was also an expectation
in somo quarters that there would be aj
J arlsh crop report by the Government.
..iessages from districts where a (super
abundance of rain has already fallen, with
moro In prospect, and' claims of damage
from rust from other sections of tho
wheat bolt began to come In and asserted
Itself. September advanced to SoliSSoc
under a brisk demand from shorts and tho
closo was strong at 8SS5c.
The weather was all that could bo de
sired for corn As a result tho market
showed decided weakness at tho start.
Tho cloao showed September stendv and
but a shade lower at ISic after ranging
between 4SS4Sc. the opening price, and
491(C. Local receipts were 101 cars.
Oats were easy, the weather, chiefly of
tho most favorable character, being tho
governing Influence. September opened
unchanged to c higher at 32c to 324c.
declining to 31S32c under free liquidation
by cautious longs, but rallying with tho
better tone In other grains to 32c The
closo was fairly steady at 32S32c. Local
receipts were ninety-one cars.
Larger receipts of hogs than anticipated
g.TV'e tho market for products a weak
-fltart. Offerings nt lower prices wero
Bmall. however, and wero readily taken
for local short account That element,
moved by tho wheat strength, sought to
cover sales. A better tone followed. Tho
closo showed September pork up 10c at
$12.90. Lnrd 2c lower at $1.02, and ribs
unchanged at $7.G2.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 1G can?; corn, 203; oats, 179; hogs.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Artlclos. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
Sept. (new) S3 S5?J 83 S3
July (old) S3 91 SS 90
July (new) S9 90 SS 90.
Sept. (old) SI SG Sl SO
Corn, No. 2
July 4S 48 43 48
September 4S 49,f IS 48
December 41 45 11 45
Oats, No. 2
July SS4 3S 3S'i 3$
September 32 32 32 32'A
December 33 33 3251 32-J
Mess pork, per bbl.
September 12.72 12.90 12.70 12.90
Lard, per 100 lbs.
September 6.93 7.02 G.93 7.02
October 7.05 7.07 7.00 7.07
July , 7.42
Scptombor 7.52 7.62 7.62 7.G2
October 7 G5 7.G7 7.C5 .7.07
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat. 95S93c, No. 3,
SCS95c; No. 2 rod, J1.0ISL05; No. 2 corn,
4S1.1C; No. 2 yollow, 50c; No. 2 oats, 37o:
No. 3 whlto, 39c; No. 2 ryo. CISGSc; iood
feeding bnrloy, 33S33c; fair to choice
malting. 42S60c; No. 1 flax seed, $1.12; No.
1 Northwestorn, $1.17; prime timothy
seed, $2.95; mess pork, per barrel, $12.70ft
12.75; lard, per 100 pounds, $6.856.57;
short ribs sides (loose), $7 25S7-37; short
clear sides (boxed). J7.25S7.50; whisky,
basis of high wines, $1.2S; clover, contract
grade. $10 75S11C0.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Iteo'pts. Shlp'ts.
Flour, barrels 26,90") 25,200
Wheat, bushels S.O00 14,700
Corn, bushols 1GS.3C0 392.500
Oats, bushels 110,200 225,700
Rye. bushels 2,000
Barloy, bushels 21,200
On tho produce exchango today tho but
ter market was steady; creamery. 13S17c;
dairies, 12S15c; eggs, firm. 14S15c;
cheese, easy, 8S8c.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. Wheat
steadv; December, 13c.
Barley steady; December, 97c.
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, July 11. The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday. July 9, as com
plied by tho Now York Produce exchange,
was as follows: ...
Wheal, 14,523,000 bushels; decrease, 62i.
000 Corn. 0,174,000 bushels: decreaso, 103,000.
Oata 4,437.000 bushels, Increase. 91.000.
Rye S15.000 bushels; decrease, 1000.
Barley, 1.3S6.COO bushels; Increase, 1G3.000.
Government Crop Report.
WASHINGTON, July 1L Primary re
turns to tho chief of tho bureau of the
DcDartmont of Agriculture show tno acre
age of corn planted to bo about 91,930.000
acres, an Increase of about 2.130,000 acres,
or 2 i per cent on tho area planted last
year, no rovlsod In December. The aver
age condition of tho growing crop on July
1 was S6.6, as compared with 9.4 on July
1 lr"3, S7.5 at tho corresponding dato In
1902, 'and a ten-year avorago of 88.4.
Tho average condition of wlntcrwheat
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month! 7S.S on July 1. IMS, 77 at tho cor
responding dato In 1902 and a ten-year
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that this report relates to conditions on
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July 1, and takes no note of the effects of
storms that have occurred In certain
States slnco that date.
Tho existing condition of spring wheat
on July 1 was 93.7, as compared with 93.4
last month 82.5 011 July 1. 1903, 92.4 at tho
corresponding date In 11-02 and a ton-year
average of SO.S. Tho average condition on
July 1 of spring and winter wheat com
bined was S4 5, as compared with 0 on
July 1, 1903, and S2.9 at the corresponding
dato in 1902. Tho amount of wheat re
maining In tho hnnds of farmers on July
1 Is estimated at about 36,630,000 bushels,
equivalent to about 5.7 per cent of tho
crop of last year.
The average condition of the oat crop on
July 1 was 89 8, as compared with 89.2 last
month, 91.3 on July 1, 1903, 92.1 at tho cor
responding dato In 1902, and a ten-year
average of 87.3.
The average condition of barloy on July
1 was. 8$ 5, against 90.5 one month ago, SO.S
on July 1, 1903. 93.7 at the corresponding
dale In 1902. and a ton-year average of S7 1.
The average condition of winter ryo on
July 1 was SS, as compared with 90 2 on
July 1, 1903, 91.2 at corresponding dato In
1902, and a ten-year average of 69.7. Tho
average condition of spring ryo on July'
1 was M.S. as compared with 82.3 on July
1, 1903, 91.2 at the corresponding dato In
1902, and a ten-year averago of S7.4.
The acreage of flax Is less than that of
last year by about 826,000 acres, or 25.6 per
cent, and the condition on July 1, was 80.6.
The average condlton of rice on July l
was SS.2. ngalnst 91.9 last month and 93.5
a year ago.
The acreage of potatoes, excluding
sweet potatoes. Is greater than that of last
year by about 99.0CO acres, or 3.1 per cent
. Tho averago condition on July 1 waa
93.9, as compared with 8S.1 on July 1. 1D03.
92 9 at the corresponding dato In 1902, and
a ten-year average of 92.
Tho acreage of tobacco Is less than that
of hist year by about 231,000 acres, or 22.3
per cent. The average condition on July
1 was 85.3, against 85.1 ono year ago.
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County ClerU or tho respective
signers ror further information.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, in and for Salt Lake County.
State of Utah. Department No. 1. In the
matter of the estato of Martha Baldwin,
Tho petition of James K. Baldwin and
Charles H. Baldwin, praying for tho ad
mission to probate of a certain document,
purporting to bo tho last will and testa
ment of Martha Baldwin, deceased, nnd
for tho granting of letters testamentary to
themselves has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho C9th day of July, A. D. 1901, at
10 o'clock a. m.. at tho County courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of eald court with tho
seal thereof afllj;ed this 2n0.day of July,
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
James H. Moyle, Attorney for Petition
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato Division, In and for Salt Lako Coun
ty, State 0 Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Mary L. Dash, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of George Dash, executor
of the estate of Mary L. Dash, dcceas"d.
praying for the settlement of final ac
count of said executor, and for the dis
tribution of the realduo of said estate to
tho persons entitled has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 29th day of July.
A. D. 190 1. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
County Courthouse In the courtroom of
tald court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness the clerk of said court with the
seal thereof aftlxcd, this 2nd day of July,
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Rogors & Street and Guheen, Attorneys
for Estate. yiES
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
balo division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate and guardianship of Elizabeth B.
Loomls, minor. Notice.
The petition for approval and settlement
of the final account of tho guardian of
tho estate of Ellzabolh B. Loomb minor,
ha3 been set for hearing on Friday, tho
20th day of July. A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock
a in. at the county courthouso 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 Sth day of
July, A. D. 1S01. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davids. Deputy Clerk.
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Guar
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, In and for Salt Lako county, Stato
of Utah, Department No. L In the mat
ter of the estato of Samuel S. Pond, Sr.,
Tho petition of Samuel S. Pond praying
for tho admission to probuto of a certain
document purporting to bo tho last will
and testament of Samuel S. Pond, Sr., de
ceased, and for the granting of letters
testamentary to himself to act without
bonds, has boon set for hearing on Friday,
the 29th day of July. A. D. 1901. at 10
o'clock a. in. at tho county courthouse, In
tho courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed this 5th day of July,
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
J. R. Bowdlc, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN TI1E DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah In the matter of tho es
tate of Martha E. U. Rick, deceased
Tho petition of John Maccono. praying
for an order authorizing and directing the
administrator of the estato of Martha E.
B. Rick, deceased, to specifically perform
an agreement made by deceased before
her death by executing to your petitioner
a warranty deed for the following de
scribed tract of land, to wit:
Commencing nt a point twonty-two (22)
feet west from the southeast corner of lot
four (I), block sixty-four (61). plat "A,"
Salt Lako ' City survey, and running
thonco west four (I) feot, thenco north six
and one-hnlf (6V) rods, thenco east four
(1) feet, thonco south six and one-half
rods to tho placo of beginning, being
a part of said lot four (1), block sixty-four
(61), plat "A." Salt Lake City survey, In
Salt Lako City, Salt Lako county, Stato
of Utah, upon tho payment of $280.00, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 29th
day of Julv, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at the" county courthouse. In tho
courtroom of said court In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake county. Stato of Utah.
Witness, the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed thlB 7th day of
Julv. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES,
rdcal , . Clurk
By David B. Davles, Deputy.
Booth, Lea & Ritchie. Attorneys for pc
DISSOLUTION OF LAW PARTNER
SHIP. Notico Is hereby given that tho law firm
of Powors, Straup and Llppman Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Tho
law business of tho old firm will be con
tinned nt tho offices In the Eagle block,
Salt I.akc City, by Powers and Straup.
Dated Salt Lako City, Utah, this first
dav of July, 1901.
O. W. POWERS.
D. N. STRAUP.
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PROBATE AND Cg&xI2?.HIP '
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Elgnoro lor xurth ii:f' n-f.c v. jH
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court, in dii ' i. ! stttVKm Mtf V
ty. Utah. igiajk. -) J
Witness the clerk oi' . c . . k ti j 'mM
seal thereof affixed, this u.h n- JaJv, ( IH
a. d. 1901. joHNtjAiisa. mm
Seal. 1 'ClcrL. ; 'MM
J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk. mM
Thomas & Maycdck. AttorneyV for Petl mm
tloner. . 1$. y65
IN THE DISTRICT' COURT, '' P.RC j Pi
bate division, In and for Salt Lake com,. y ' I
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the J mm
estate and guardianship of Gertrudo , IH
KansOn, S-Jwln Hanson. Irene Hanson j 1
and Bernard Hanson, minora. Notice. 1
Tho petition for approvtVl isd settle- , '1
mcnt of tho account of tho guardian of ' M
tho person nnd estato of Gertrudo Han- IH
son ot ul, minors, has been sot for hear- Jm
Ing on Friday, the 1st day of July, A. D.
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m , at the county jH
courthouse. In the courtiocm of saTd
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- IH
ty, Utah. mmt
Witness the clerk of finld court, with H
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
June. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, IB
LSml Clerk. mm
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. I IH
Frlck & Edwards, Attorneys for ca- 1 , IH
tate, X1934 ( 4 W
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bale Division, in and for Salt Lako Coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Ann North Leaker, deceased. IH
The cross petition and. objections of C. IHl
J Leaker, praying for tho Issuance to IHfl
himself of letters of administration In tho H
estate of Ann North leaker, deceased, has lH
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 29th IH
day of July, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. I
at the County courthouse. In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake county, Utah. IH
Witness the Clerk of said court with tho J
seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of July, H
A. D. 1994. JOHN JAMES, fmm
Seal. Clerk. IB
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. jH
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for Estate.
yis3 1 ymm
NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE. '
In the Third Judicial District Court. jl
Probate Division, Salt Lako County, Stnto
of Utah. In tho matter of tho guard'zn- " JH
ship of Magdalcna Knudeen, a minor. 1 H
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of i
an order of said court, made Juno ?t, 1904. IH
tho undersigned will receive bids cr offers '( B
In writing for tho purchaso of tho prcm- IH
Iscs herelnnftor described, at privato sale. IH
on Thursday, the 14th day of July. 1501: , JH
said bids to be delivered at the office of lH
G. H. Backman. No. G Commercial block, IH
In Salt Lake City, Utah. Terms, cash; 10 IH
per cent of bid must accompany tho same. IH
An undivided one-half Interest In. Com- jH
mcnclng at a point 12.9 rods north from tho mm
southeast corner of tho northoast quarter , H
of section 29, township 1 south of rango 1 jH
cast. Salt Lake Meridian, running thenco
north 3 rods, to south lino of land of J. R. H
Dayton; thence along tho said lands south IH
8714 degrees more or less W.. C5 rods, moro H
or less, to tho Jordan and Salt Lako City IH
canal: thence southerly, along canal bank, jH
3 rods, more or less, to a point on tho H
north lino of lands conveyed by Chrlsto
phor Hulboit to Henry Johnson, by deed
recorded In book "M'r Salt Lake County
Records, pago S61, thence by said lands I- LH
S7'4 degrees E. 63 rods, more or less, to tl.
place of beginning. ' jH
Also-. Beginning 12.9 rods north frorn I mm
tho southeast corner of said quarter sec tH
tlon. running thence north 3 rods; them,' mm
by lands of said Dayton. N. 87 degref- fi!H
E 7 2 rods, moro or less, to a point v 1 j IH
County road; thence S 15 degrees E mmm
along the County road to a point which 1 (
N S7Va degrees E., from the plnce of b.- UH
ginning; thence S, 87A degrees W.. to the IH
placo of beginning. Subject to one-half of H
mortgage for J200.M B
Dated this, the 2nd day of July, 1904. jJJH
JENS 1CNUDSEN. Guardian. H
G. II. Backman, Attorney for Guardian. H
ASSESSMENT NO. G. iMmU
Old Evorgreen Mining and Tunnel com-
pany, Big Cottonwood mining district, 1
Salt Lako county, Utah. Principal placo 1
of business, Salt Lako City, Utah. H
Notice Is hcroby given that at a meet- jH
lng ot tho board of directors of the Old H
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company, H
a corporation, held at the office of tho IH
company, at Salt Lake City, Utah, Tues- jH
(ay, the 23th day of June, 19, an assess- H
ment of 3 cents per share was lovled upon ,
tho capital stock of the corporation, pay- IH
able Immediately to II. G. McMillan, soc-
retary and treasurer of tho company, at H
his office, No. 161 South Main street, Salt IH
Lake City. Utah. Any stock upon which , (jl
Laid assessment may bo unpaid on tho H
30th day of July, 1904, will be delinquent
nnd advertised for salo at public auction. H
and unless payment 13 made before, will H
be sold at my ofllce on the 22nd day of , H
August 19l, at 2 o'clock noon, to pay ' H
delinquent assessment, together with tho H
cost of advertising and exponso of sale. H
(SeaL) HENRY G, M'MILLAN. MmU
No 1C1 South Main Street, Salt Lake H
City' Utah. June 23 1F0I. x 2TiS7 H
Tho Nobo Mining company, a corpora- IH
tlon, principal ofllco of business Salt Lako IH
City, Utah. , L
Notice Is hereby given that there arc dc- mm
linqucnt upon the following described H
stock on account of assessment No. 1 of H
one-half of 1 cent per share, lovled on H
the 4th day of Juno, 10OI, tho soveral IH
amounts set opposito tho names of tho IH
respective shareholders, as follows: IH
No. No. H
'nmc Cert. Shares. Amt.
C. D." Hanks 5 0,000 J25.0O mm
C. D. Hanks p 100 .60 mmW
George L. Hyde 9 12,500 2.o0
Cha3SA.Hyao 10 C2.E0
And In accordance with tho law and an H
order of tho board of directors, mado on IH
the 4th day of June. 1904, so many shares IH
of each parcel of such stock as may bo IH
recessary will be sold at the company 9 H
offlcef No. 315 D. F. Walker building, Salt mW
Lako CI t v, Utah, on the 22nd day of July, mmW
1901. at 2 o'clock p. m.. to pay tho dclln- H
uuent, assessment thereon, together with IB
tho cost of advertising and the exponsu
of the sale. - IT- HDE, H
Secretary of Ncbo Mining Company. H
ASSESSMENT NO. 8.
Albion Mining Company Principal placo
of business. Salt Lake City. Location of
mines, Alta, Llttlo Cottonwood Mining
District. . , H
Notico Is hereby given that at a meet- H
lng of the board of directors of the Al- H
blon Mining Company, hold on the 2nd day
of July, 1904, assessment No. 8 of five (5; ffH
cents por share was lovled upon the capl- H
tal stock of the corporation. Issued and IH
outstanding, payable Immediately to tho
Bcorotarv at his office, room 12 Walker H
Bank bids., 8 W. 2nd South sU, bait Lako 1 jH
City. Utah. , , t. ,
ny stock upon which this assessment H
may remain unpaid on Saturday, the 0th mmm
day of August. 1904. will be delinquent and fmmt
advertised for sale at public auction, and mmm
unless payment Is mado bolore. will be mmm
sold on Tuesday, the 23rd day of August. mmm
1901 at 2 o'clock . m., at tho company's IH
office to nav delinquent asesssmont there- 'H
on. together with tho costs of advertising
nnd expense of sale. 1
vi47 J. W. HATFIELD, Secretary. mm
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