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'IbATCRDAY MOKX ISO, JTLT 23, 1001. gKP "RIBflPKB: .
i .... ii ni :n m-mrr nnTr -rnTn ir r I i 11 1 rm ri n.i jj 1
fiWttfi the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j
1 1 Slreei Still
I boll and Sluggish
Fact, the Market Is More
I Quiet Than for n Long
Slt Time Past.
'YORK. July 22. The stock market
slier and more sluggish In ton to
"an for a long time past. Aild to
lis exnsslu Irregularity of the
ipnt all the day and the entire un
ty of speculative mood will h im
d. The Urm undertone which has
Hcd manifest since the hesitation In
v nce first developed was still per
ie. This Wiis partly due to the sus
r Influence of a' number of strong
j!? les in the market. The crisis In the
t ms between the British and Russian
' nuVnis an Influence on all mar
ind may be expected to have until
3"ltj iclhiltcly deposed or.
i St miitk'l was under the Influ
'i? fth a action, but shared with the
7" r; father In the Southwest, whjeh
' itely wcak.ncd wheat. The opening
.J ce w.is influenced by the renewal
knack' rs" strike. The discontent
PS r-.the New England cotton woriecrs
fh jmor' of threatened trouble among
Ives dlKiilfUF-d with treatment save
'Wt bor question wme added Inlluenee
'c entnn-pi. The argument was heard
tflS tho presence "f tho Russian ladi
urtra cTaiJi'lron tn the Pacific 'ocean
a Vbrlug It Into touch with some
n3i can beef for Japan.
nJ -tPaclIh and St. Paul rose nt one
"-tr Sffhe demonstration in these was not
tiC ;con hiring and the advances wero
rs. eld. Tlr e.-ror.-ist of the currency
ii cent indicated that no efTeel has
bi produced on the sh-ect by the revival
'tu tinesr In tin interior. "4ith the gain
-a ib-TreAsurv opm-a Hons an Increase
r 2 tit rePTsca It Indicated in upward of
QEiE KO. Rats for call loans Indicate a
ft? danc of day m day funds. But the
L r loan market )s railed steadier. For
ixcbange also advanced agulu today
7 eanee to the hardening discount
1 it in London A late profit-taking
2 Kent left little of the day's gain, but
j fcslng was fairly steady,
0a wee Irregular. Total sales. pr
32;Wft(ty. United States bonds wore
Kngcd on e -"ll. I
jfNEW YORK BOND UST.
of 3s rrg m Manhat c g Is.. .103
S of 2 cfip "H3i Mex Cent 4s G5
3 la reg "ii. 1st inc 1-N
Rjt le coup . 1"5 M & St L 4s 36
lH reg . 131U M K & T Is 1K
mVS iVls cvjp l&z 2nds )
ld 4a reg 1W4 N R of M c 4s... 7GV
ld 4a roup 1W X Y C gen 3s..
Jff'? Bon gen W2J X J C gen
IfiS istment U f6't Xor Pac Is llb,v,
tic C b Is- s Nor Pac To T4"i
0 4s. .. H2 N & V cou Is. , ,101-i
P ss. osl is & p...
yt,! lot Ga 5s 110'r. Pa conv 3s. .. W's
M One . . TS Residing gen 4s. K
!f,r',r BA SV.s ... 7 St L & S P fg 4s Sl-fc
' H A Q n 4s. 07 St L S'west 1st 93
f& St P ff JsltS Seaboard A L 4s K3ii
mi!: N con 7. 13) " So Pao 4s 94Vi
L P R Is. 71i So Ry 5s 115
ilCs... . S2 Tex & P lta...H8
Sti ICfSt L g 4.101 T St L, fe W Is. IT.
Pa Term 4?.. . 73 Union Pac 4r. ..1U8VI
" i ITob i.t . lT P eonv 4s 102
T& So 4k. U S Steel 2d ctj.. tl)
IR G 4 ia Wabash lsts ....117
prior I 4s .. psu Wabash deb B.. C0
,t;l Igen 4s v W it L. K 4f 01
SE!1 DO 1-t .lwu. Wis Cent uk.... 00
mm LVal P:s 1071.. Colo F & i Cs... 71
4 ff.-uni l5" iri'Hl
Ir CLOSING STOCK LIST,
a fe. Sales. Higlu Low. Close.
- Wn 21.000 78 7S TSv's
1 5 erred . . . SW '.17 KVfe XPk
u novo & Ohio... 5,300 Slii " S5
A.' erred 91
j'Blan Piclfle ... 3,400 124- 121 12li
fltPI 6f N J ... . SCO 0& 161 frl
"Wft Ohio . ... 4C0 31 31 33vi
fPr& Alton l.WO 3S 39 30
N flGt Y stern.. 700 14 I4i 14?
Northwest .. SCO' ISOy. 179 170
''JWI&St Paul.. 14,100 imk 117 14S
I trm &'Tran.' '366 (Hi "fjii C
',' irred ... 100' ViM ll',t 14V4-
V St Louis 74V-
1 touthern . 100 14V- 14 llV
, "l rreferretl .... 10 49 40" -4SV
J preferred . .. 2QZ
&,' fHudson .... m. lOUi 1G1 16l'
i Id: & West 205
A R G 21V-
ered ., 72 "
5.900 25 25Vj 2T,
f referred 1,900 C2Ti 62', 62A
prefcrr.d .... SCO SS. .15V SS'i
Fig Yidey .... 180 U7 C7 G7
i ""rod 210 SP.4 SI 70V-
fx Central .... 00 1374 137 137 "
Ventral 700. iSft 10 19
Mtttb .... 35
y .Kouthern oju,
Jpred ... Tin.
IP1;j6h:: 3,w m SI "
Solltan S .... rio S7ii 86ii S7
er.dyi St Louis 45
Wtl It.f & S S 11. 2.10Q 7 70V- 72
ropr,ircd i.coo 12S 1U7 ' 127V-'
rl, Pijcltlc .. 12,r)00 34 92-ii. 91
.aiapfriK&T 100 1SA 1S& IS
SMj ML... 2,803 02 Cl B2
rrcu . 57
BB3n?Ja"flT . -25.200 121V; 150 121
ntfrM 5,1 LUbJ C3
tJ 1 wrerencd qsia
ilwland Co .... 9.7CW 23V- 22i "
T.a-, MOO " Ci C5
feS M i.:r. 1.GP0 62? 52
5Poulhu-serii 100 13V- 13V" 1
fit KRi -l 2114 24V,
- Ife T";:;:- 25 25 i?i
JicWBf MrSt " 1IW 2 23VI
f 5lSUIC y& 971A
lteStmT " 14
Afe-Central iJw 'svl ' "6 i
to.bpJJfearso ;;;; ;;;;
ails tiEf "S S S
.a iw n on ;.v. . :?: g
' ; n ice .jr.; s
' Ted .. . 9
, M sji
KB I V,::: S SS
. , ffiViS- 15s i3 183
1 n'llT 75 7j 71
f lV lron...i,,w 351? iv vi
trfc $ 2lVi 2iii 21
0yn 'red ,C. 5 jjji 11 M3Vt
A1, . ?i Ted i
th ( ll ''ad 78V-
r:: U & g i
4--r-r -r---r- --
New York Sc
-f San Francisco 5Sc -f-
-f- London 2C
f New York exchange unchanged. -f-f
-f New York exchange ...$12.3712.50 -f
f t l "ft t
Pacific Mall 100 27 27 2051
People's Gas COO 100 lOWi 100Vi
I'rcssud Steel Car... 1,-tOf. S3, 32 23"
preferred 10U 76ft. 7G3L
Pullman Pnl Car 221
Ropublie Steel HCC 7 7i 7
preferred 1.4&0 IJfe 12-Vv. II
Rubber Goods 1S
Tenn Coal & Iron,.. 0,200 4191 40 -U
U S Leather 80?. 7 7V1 74.
U S Realty S -IS'A -IS
U S Rubber S00 19 19 19s,i
proforred 400 77 7(
U S Steel 12,C"XI 12" 11 12
proforred 13,300 C-5 Q1& 62?;
Westinghouso E 1
Western Union .... 300 S&U S',i SS
Total Sales for tho- day, 412,&00 shares.
Grain and Erovislons.
CHICAGO, Julv 22. Unresponsive ca
bles and weaj.her" favorable- for markcttng
the new crop were prominent causes of
weakness In wheat today. At the close
September whoat w.oh down an even cent
from yesterday's tloal nuoLatloivs. Corn
Is otf c. oats show a loss of o, and
provisions 5 to 7c.
Under the influence of comparatively
weak cable? and Improved weather coudl
:ions there was heavy selling of wheut at
ihe opening. Initial quotatloiuj wcro at a
considerable decline, September being
down Vific to 'ts'fj&c at SSV to SSVtc.
The lower prices brought out a liberal de
mand from pit traders, causing a fair ad
vance, September going up to t&'5'SS;biC
within tlx first fifteen minutes of trad
ing. Tb bullish sentiment, however, soon
gave way to weakness as a result oC a
number of bearish crop advices.
The report of a local crop expert and
that of a. St. Loul? trade journal wero fa
vorable for a good harvest. The fact that
the arrivals of new wheat are on the In
crease and that the demand for the cash
article Is on the wane accemtuatcd the de
clining tendency. Foreign advices also
Rpre of a less pessimistic tenor, develop
ments of the day tending to dissipate all
fears of Anclo-Russian complications.
The- volume of trading was not eo heavy
a It has been recently. Larse houses
that have been liberal purchasers offered
enly moderate support. As the session
advanced prices continued to decline until
September had reached S7e.
A slight rally occurred Just before the
cIosp on covering by shorts. Final figures
on September wen at S7'i'(7S7c. July
oold between 94c and 9Cc and closed at
94c. Clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 1CO.C00 bushels. Exports of
wheat and flour, according to Brad
slrcet'a, were equal to 1.2S1.000 bushels.
Primarv receipts were 111,900 bushels,
compared with 571.500 bU3hels a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago report
ed receipts of 2ol cars, acalnst C31 cars
last week and 175 cars a year ngo.
The break In wheat and estimates for
liberal receipts tomorrow were responsible
for a weak corn market. The market
closed at a trifle above tho low point. Sep
tember opened a shade to HSVic lower at
4Sc to 49-"VjC, sold down to 49VC and closed
I at 49gz49c Local receipts wore 212 cars,
with nine of contract grade.
Influenced by the weakness of other
grains, synllmcnt In the oats pit was
bearish. September opened 'm? to Vic low-
cr at 333iC to 33c. ranged between 32",c
and 338c. and closed at 33'Vi. Tbo local
receipts wero S2 cars.
The resumption of the strike at the
stock yards dominated trading in pro
isions. The volume of business was ex
tremely light and prices showed only
slight changes. Liberal receipts of hogs,
and lower prices at the yards were bear
factor. September pork closed with a
less of 5c at ?12.77; lard also was down
5c, closing at $0.90; ribs were off 7e at
Estimated receipts for tomorrow
Wlwnr 72 c:irs: corn. 311 enrs! nnts. 9.T
cars; hogs, 15.0CO head.
RANGE OF TUB LEADING FUTURES
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
July (old) W'i 97 OSV't ?t
July (new) 95Vi W 94 94
Sept (old; S9 SO SOVi
Sept (new) SS14 SS& S7 S7
Corn, No. 2
July 49 49 19 '.9'.'4
September 493i 49yt 49Vi 49
December 40 4(1 4 15
Oats. No. 2
May .. ..: 35 35 3yi 31
July 201 We. 33 39TA
September 33 33 32;k 33V,
December 33ft 33 33Vt
July 12.72 12.S2 12.72 12.77
October 12.77 12.S0 12.77 12.77
July fi.72 il.2 6.80 0.S0
Scp'tcmber 0.92 G.92 0.90 0.90
October 0.97 7.0) 0.95 0.95
Julv 7.35 7.30 7.32 7.32
September ,7.5a 7.55 7.47 7.17
October 7.55 7.57 7.50 7,50
Cash quotations wero as. follows: Flour,
steady. No. 2 wprlng wheat. 97g0Sc; No. 3,
8ffj;9oc. No. 2 corn. 490; No. 2 yellow, 51c.
No. 2 outs. 40?7-ICc: No. 3 white-, SSft'
!34iO. No. 2 rye. 75e. G d lcedlng barle.,
354i38c; fair to choice malting. I2?i50c. No.
1 flaxseed. SI. 17; No. 1 Northwestern.
51.22. Prime timothy seed, S2.95. Mosa
pork, per barrel, SI 2.70Ji 12.75; lard, per 100
pounds, SG.Si"fG.S2; short ribs sides
(loose). $7.25i7.37: short clear sides
(boxed). $7.25lW.50. Whisky, basis of high
1 wines, 51.2s. Clover, contract grade, $11.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rccps. Ships.
Flour, barrels li.2W 13.tX0
Wheat, bushels 19.0W 20.3C0
Corn, bushcle- ,....220,000 19I.(JC0
Oats, bushels 150.500 95,500
Rye. bushels 2,000 1.5C0
Barley, bushels 32.S0O
On the produce exchanga the butter
market vns steady; creamery, 13517c;
dairy, 1215c. Eggs steady, at mark, cases
Included, llQl6ic. Cheeso easy, 75ifj3c.
S.VN FRANCISCO. July 22. Wheat
Stronger; December. $L32.
Barley Stronger; December, 51.01.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. JKly, 2i.-Bj snvr. 50.
Mexican dollar.s, 45c.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 22. Silver bars,
SSc; Mexican dollars, 17c. Drafts Sight,
7; telegraph, 30.
New York Metals.
JCEW YORK, July 22.-Tln was m?aln
active and higher at London, showing as
previously reported n gain early In (.ho
day of fully 1. Tho market closed 11 rm
at 123 12s Od for futures and at 123 for
spot. 'The locul markot also ruled firm
and waa again higher, closing at $27.25
Conper was steady and unehangod In the
local market. Lake Is quoted at $12 02
5il2.fi7; electro unchanged and easting
S12,n7Vu 12.50. Tho London nmrket was
L:-ad was steady and n little higher
abroad, with spot quoted at 11 15s In
London. Locally the market Is unchanged
Sptdter advanced slightly In London,
closing at 12 3s. Locally the market Is
Iron In London unchanged. Locally Icon
was quiet at yesterday's advance, No. 1
foundry, northern. Is quoted at $14.50fU5.00;
No. 2 foundry, northern, at S14.0OSl4.5O;
No. 1 foundry, 'southern, and No. 1 foun
dry, southern soft, at 513,50Jll.O(i
HENS AND HALIBUT
: NOT SO PLENTIFUL
Poultry Market a Littlo Firmer Hot
"Weather Makes Strong- Demand
r Hens and halibut were scarce on the lo
cal market yestardaj-. Tho hens were a
I little stronger In price-, while spring worn
In good demand with a comparatively lim
ited supply. Salmon waa plentiful and
fresh supplies of trout from private pouus
gave welcomo vnrloty to tho fish market.
A feature of yesterday's produce was- a
single crate of fresh, strawberries, which
was offered by tho grower at 32.25, with
no Immediate taker. A fresh car o ba
nanas was received In fairly good condi
tion b a local commission firm, the hot
weather making It very difficult to handle
this product of tho far South. The ship
ment came by rail from Mobile, with an
.attendant traveling the- entire distanco
with the car to regulate the temperature.
Another car of Texas watermelons will
bo in tho first of the week. Tho melons
now on hand are larger than the- earlier
invoices'" and "are selling at $1 to $5 a
dozen, wholesale, and 50 cnts to 75 cents
each, retail, a. alight advanco over recent
prices. They have been selling very read
ily since the hot weather opened Utah
watermelons and Payette cnnlnloupca arc
expected oa the market next week.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oal. straw, per bale 5 -SOjJ .25
Tlmotlvy, per ton, baled H 50f;lo.OO
Wheat, per bushel- LOQgl.10
Corn, per cwt 1.400 1.50
Corn, cracked 1.45iy) 1.55
Rolled oats 1-70
Barle-v. rolled 1-40 1.4j
Flour, bakers' No. 1 1 2.30
Flour, straight grade- 3-40
Flour, high patent' 2.b0
Rye . 2-SO
Graham flour 2.50fi. 2.70
Cornmeal . LfOro 1.90
Bran l.Wp 1-10
Bran and shorts l-lOof 1.13
Dressed beef, per pound -07
Dressed veal, per pound -0 ,
Dressed pork, per pound -07
Drc?flcd lambs, per pound ... 10
Dressed mutton, per pound.... -06
Spring lambs, wholesale '-i7n
Spring lambs, quarter, retail.. l.OOJJ l-
Dressed liens, per pound 5 -13. !
Ducks, per pound ICS .ltf
LIvq poultry, per pound .12
Frozen broilers - -23
LIvq brollcra, per pound -20
Utah apricots -Q-i
LTtth raspberries, single caso. 1.10
Cantaloupes, case 3.75.
Grapes, per case l-5
Apples, case? . 2.00.
Utah apples, bushel . 1-50
"Utah curranUa, caso l'.lO; 1.25
Watermelons, dosen 4.00ftf 5.01)
Santa: Paula, lemons, per box. 1.50
Peaches, box 1-00
Utah blackberries, case
Utah cherries, potxul OS .10
Eanrnas. per bunch ........... 2.50
Seedling oranges, per case.... 3.25
Havana seeds 2.505) 3. W
Figs and dates. 5c. Sc. lOn
Tlrr.ni Tvnr- 1Ct 1.50
Gooseberries, per pound. -OS
Pears 2.25 3.i
Tragedy plums 2.25'ff 3.00
Dewberries, case 1-75
Beet sugar, per 100. ? " C--0
Cane sugar 0.30
Best marrowfat peas, bushel..? .00
California leituee. dtiz -W
Green corn on cob, dozen .30
New peppers, per pound --J)
Utah summer squash, dozen.. '.40
Utah tomatoe:i. pound .10
Utah cucumbers, dozen .20
Yellow onions, cwt ' 3.00
Vegetable morrov. dozon. . -CO
Utah cauliflower, pound .05
Wax beans, per bushel w. M
Utah cabbage, per cwt 1.50
New potatoes, bushel .65
Bunch turnips, per dozon .15 (
Gren onions, per dozen .12
Utah lettuce 12fi .20
Radishes, Utah .10
California tomatoes, box 1.75
California cucumbers, box 1.25
Butter, per pound ? .19-
Cheetje, per pound , 12
Eggs, per cage 600
Fancy cheese, per pound .10
Comb honoy, per crate. 2.75
Strained honey, per pound.... 2.75
Swmtxfr cheese, per pound... .33 1-3
Llraburger cheese, per lb .17
Cream brick cheese, per lb.... .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.C0
.Utah lake baas .$ .30
Salmon t .13
Mountain trout .35
Utah catflah ,30
Halibut v .12
Striped bass, per pound .15
Shad, per pound .10
Mackinaw trout ; .ig
Soles, per pound , .09
Flounders, pe: pound .09
California smelts, per pound.. .12
Codfish, per pound .13
Cntilsh. per pound .13
Perch, per pound .10
Crabs . 2. CO
Prime rib J. .1714
Pork .' I -15
Mutton chops , 10 15
Spring lamb, per quarter l.OOfiU.50
Veal 12 .20
Cold roast beef .30
Cold roast pork. .30
Cold roost veal .30
Vc-al loaf .30
Dressed liens T.... J' '. .is
Broilers .35 .50
Roast springs ;s
Springs. ClllI-llllIlLir" 3' ,C0 '
Utah aprlcols. 3 cups for. .. .20
Raspberries. 3 cuds for .25
Utah apples, poutiu , .05
Grapes, per pound .20
Utah blackberries, 2 cups for.. .20
Strawberries. 2 cups for ... .25
Dfewborrlea, 3 cups for .25
Curranta ; 0il .10
Figs .15 .25
Watermelons, each .ZW3 .To.
Lemons, per dozon .25.
Oranges, per dozen 301? .60
Peaches, per pound 10
Cherries. Wi' -13
Oregon, cherries .25
Bananas, per .dozen .3D
Pcnrs, pound .15
Grape fruit .0.
Ltm.-5 - .02
Plume r 1&3 .la
Gooseberries, per quart .10
Cantaloupes -10 .12
Peas, per peck ................. .25
Grcca com, colw 1 .05
Vegetable marrow -10
New peppers, pound .25
Utah summer squash .05
U'.nh cucumbers, t'nrea for ... .10
Cauliflower , .10
New potatoes, per pound...... .02
Wax noahs .05
Cabbage, per pound ! .0j
Turnips, bunch .02,
Green onions- 1 .02
Carrots , .02
Beets ; ; .02
Utah tomatoes, pound- .15
Tomatoes, per pound .15
California lc.if.ico, two for .... .15
Butler, per pound 1 ' -25.
Eggs, per dozen ' .25
Fancy cheese, per pound .2o
.Comb honey, par comb ........ .I5
Strained honey, per pound ... -J5
Swiss cheeso. pop pound. .10
Llmburger cheeso .CO
Cream brick chocso- .25
Edam chc-csc, each ........ 1.25
Black basa t .35
Mountain trout .45
Brook troul. each .12
Utah catllsh. per pound: .15
Halibut ' .15
Striped basa .20
Shad , ' .15
Mackinaw trout. . .25
Soles ,.....,.....,.. ' .12
Codfish v- -15
Crabs, each - 25"3 .30
Better Things Are
Promised ip Trade
This tho View Taken, by Dun in
Weekly Review o Business
NEW YORK, July 22. R. C. Dun &
Co.'s weekly roview oC tra.de tomorrow
will say: A
"Encouraging;- factors predominate.
Little elol'mlte- increase Is seen in tbo
distribution of merchandise, hut devel
opments of the past week promh?e bet
ter things Ln the near future, the most
prominent Influence for good beln
brighter crop prospects. For tho pres
ent the best news comes from the large
cities, where Avarm weather hap stim
ulated retail trade lu light-weight fab
rics. Jobbers report that orders from
agricultural communities aro much bet
ter than from manufacturing; centers.
There arc- still many complaints of slow
"In the principal manufacturing
branches there' ly still much Idle ma-
chlnery. especially at cotton- milly and
iron plants, while- most window glaw
producers will not resume until Sep
tember. Ttiiports of railway earnlnETI
for July so far show only a small low
of 1.5 per cent as compared with the-i-ame
period last year.
"It is gratifying; to note in dispatches
from Iron and steel-majclng; centers that
the decline In quotations has ceased and
consumers ar& makings Inquiries which
promise to result In considerable busi
ness. Hides were strengthened by the
packing-house dlfllculty. particularly
July saltings, of which the supply Is
'Failures for the week numbered 213
In the United States, against 191 last
year, and 20 In Canada, compared with
19 a year ago."
Good Prospects for Crops Strengthen
Belief in Advance in, Trade.
NEW YORK, July 22. BradRtreet's
tomorrow will say. "Good progress by
most crops strongthc-ns belief In favor
of advance of trade following- the com
parative quiet and Inactivity. AwcftiW
the industries quietness and oven dull
ness is still the feature, but rather
more is doing in the leather trade, fore
shadowing later developments In the
shoe business, and the production of
Iron find steel Is being steadily cur
tailed, with a resulting firmer tone to
pig Iron prices.
"Several basic industries still show
little tendency to revive. Notable
among theso is soft .-.oal mining, which
is very much depressed, and It is to be
noted that the demand for anthracite
coal Is not so active as heretofore.
"Railway earnings finished the fiscal
year much better than earlier expected,
and it is probable they will show the
heaviest volume of gross and net earn
ings reporteeL Worm weather nalpod
trades as a vhole and has facilitated
bargain sales, which have been a fea
ture at a number of cities,
"Business failures in tho United
States for the woek ending July 21
number 190, against 203 last week, 1SS
In the like week in 1903, 17S in 1902, 179
in 1901 and 183 in 1900.
"In Canada failures for the woek
number 10, a3 against IS last woek ond
20 in tlds week a. year ago.
"Wheat, Including Hour, e:xporla for
the week ending July 21 aggregate
1,281,501 bushels, against 1,112,196 last
week, 2.7S1.9S8 this week last vosir,
3,9fi0.9f9 in 1902 and 0,974,526 in 1901.
From July 1 to dnto the exports aggre
gate 3,572,909 bushels, against $,S13,$52.
last year. 12.1G1.30& in 1902, and U.2.1-55o
In 1901. Corn, exports for the we.eie. ag
grcgtitc 70C.C72 bushels, against 126.96.36.199
last week, 1.501.33S a year ago. 79.6H, in
1902 and 1,155.276 in 1901. l'-om July 1
to date the uxporta of corn oggregate
1.S94.700 bushels, against 4,42j?,S26 In
1903, 395,321 in 1902 and 5,G7Q,Q95 In 1901."
In Salt Lake- wholesalers, continue
to express satisfaction with present
conditions and future prospocts. An
event of considerable Importance to
Salt Lake has been the preliminary
preparations for the establishment of
a large packing plant. Collodions ,
have, lmprovexL but. duIJn)Sa prevails
generally In retail lines.
ACTUAL TRADE DULL.
International Mercantile Agency's
View of Business Conditions.
NEW YORK.. July 2JL Reports re
ceived this week from special, agents of
the International MLercantilo agency at
the leading centers of accumulation and
distribution In the country show very
little, change In condltlonB from those
previously stated. Actual trado is dull,
a normal situation for this, season of
the- yean outlook for fall and win
ter business Is better In some sections,
notably the Squth and Southwest, than
it has. boon for a, long while. Calmer
Judgment than obtained In tin begin
ning has reduced tho estimate's of loss
by flood to 30,000,000 bushels of winter
wheat ln the States most affectd. One,
reliable trade journal, bas- issued a bul
letin which points to a, total, yield of'
this cereal of 010.000,000 bushels, and an
exportable surplus, of nearly 1.45.000,000
bushels. These are fuuts that have
helped to dislodge some oC tbo discour
aging sentiments of the- recent past.
The strike oC tho packing-house em
ployees assumed larger proportions
than were first believed possible. How
ever, there has been no suffering from
tho advan.ee in the price. o meats. It
has. always, been believed that even
tually tbere would be a poaccful ad
justment, by arbitration,, and that the
disturbance would pass away as quick
ly as It developed. This sentiment was
borne put by Wednesday's, action. Prob
ably a. moro important matter Is the
threatening attitude of tho Fall River
operatives, toward the. reduction of 15
percent in wags which become!-affective
next Monday. This may spread,
throughout New England and tmsettle
business in that section.
Tho bost commercial renotts come
from the West and Southwest, or from
the very regions whero the greatost
disturbance to business polso might bo
expected to exist. For Instance Kan-s-as
City takes a very hopeful view of
tho crop situation. A week qf; Ideal
harvest weather has changed tho
whole ospect of things, and merchants,
are refilling orders.
NEW YORK. July 23,--Ths following
table, compiled by Bradatrei?. ehows, the
bank clearings at ths principal cities for
the week ended July 21, with th,e. percent
ago of. Increase and decreaso as- compared
with tho corresponding week last- year.
1 Inc. Drc.
Now York $1,321,335,003 . . 0.1
Chicago 163.2.720 . 1.6
Boston 33l.S7ft.T07 12.7 ....
Philadelphia, 159,123,652 23.1 ....
St LouLi 43.4S7.Ca 2 4 ....
Pittsburg 33.lfc3.W0 .... 2S.C
Son Fxonclaco -. 27,15$,GW O.o
Baltlmoro 2l.562.3W ... 11.1
Cincinnati .... S3.4T9.550 35.1 ...
Kansas City: 16,32J,303 .... 15.3
Omaha ti.105.550 12-7
Los Angolos 6.S52.933 15.S ....
SL Joseph 3.144-312 .... 33-S
Denver .' -t.U3.121 .... 16.3
Seattle 1,429.791 .... 5.0
Portland. Or., 3.2S4,7C'3 13. L ....
SA.LT LAKE CITY. . 0,51. 411 32.0 ....
Spokane. "Wash 2,2$2.0& 0.6 ....
Tacoma. 1.S14.631 .... 7.1,
Helena 777,931 25.1 ....
Totals. U. S ?2,1713T..20S 0.S
Outside N. T 54951,193 0.8 ....
Totals, Canada .. 51,156,20S 6.0.
CHICAGO. July 32 -CattleReceipts.
SOOO; market opened stendyv closed lower.
Good to prime steers, J5.40t2S.33; poor to
medium, 54.555,25: stockers and feeders.
$2.00-4.00; cows, $L60tf4 50; heifers, f2.00ti3
5.50; ennnors. $1 6(vq-2.; bulls, $2.00114.10:
calves, J2-5OgC70; Texas feel steors. $3.00
Hogs Receipts. 23.000; market 10c to 15c
lower, closed dull. Mixed and butchers,
$cj.lMi5.40; good to choice ho.iv, Jo.SS'Sa.SS;
lough hoavy, $5.00-5.20; light, .10fr3 10;
bulk of sales, $5.25fr5.35.
Sheep Receipts. SKQ; sheep lower. Inmb3
lower. Good to choice wothcrs. $4.0O(ir4.25;
lair to choice, mixed, $3.OO1i4.0O; Western
jheop, $3.851?4.75; native lambs, $1.00?v.70.
I..rt.i0tO IH. iUU., tj HO -- --iHUt
Receipts, 4500, Including S00 Southerns;
ararkct slow, steady. Native steers. $4.fX)
(8C.25; Southern steers.. $2,754.75; Southern
cows. i 75t?3.E0, natlvo cows and heifers.
$1.75p.25; stockors and feeelers, $2,5OS4,50;
bulls. 52.2503,75: calves $2-505.00l West
ern steers, Jl.CO5G.00j Western cows, $1,75
3.75. Hokk Rficelpls. 7000; market, 510c
lower. Bulk of sale."?. S& 15175.30; heavy
$3 25.32'A; packers. $5.155.50; pigs and
lights. S4.50ft5.25. Sheei Receipts.
market steady. Mutton's. $3,254.73: lambs.
$4.(W?6.QO; range wethers, $3.7531.75, ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA, July 22. Cattle Ro
cclpts 1S0O; market slow to lOlSe lower,
native steers. $3.75.10; cows and heifers,
$3,W5-1.C0; Western steers. $3.254j4.75; ranso
cows and helforSi $2.251f3.C0; canners. $1 1.0
g2.75; stockors and fodcrs, $2.5034.10; bulls,
stags, etc.. $2.25ft4.25; calves. J3.0035.23.
Hogs Receipts fpOO. market &o lower;
heavy. Ji.355.15; mixed, $5.Q03C,15; light,
$5.05fiG.lo; pigs. $1 503o.(0, bulk of sales.
$5.02Vi5 07r. Sheep Receipts cOOO; mar
ket generally 10fiMo lower; Ycsterns, $3.75
(&-4.25; wethers, J3.5O3-1.00: ewes. $2,553.75:
common and stockors, $2.2533.30; lambs.
St, Louis. Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 23. "Wool Steady. Ter
ritory and Western mediums, 13321c; Hue
medium, 10317c; fine. 14315c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. July 22. Sugar Raw
firm; fair rollnlng. S'c; centrifugal, 96
test. 315.-1G34C; molasses sugar, 3Uc; re
fined Urm: crushed, $5.75; powdered, $5.13;
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. July 22. Money on call
very easy at ?iil per cent, closing offered
Time money easy, sixty and ninety days,
Prime mercantile paper, 3H.-34.
Sterling exchange Urm. with actual bus--Iness
In bankers' bills at, $LS7.:034.87.25 for
demand and nt $1.81.6034.84,03 for sixty
Posted rates. $1.83-1.56 8S.
Commerclul bills, Jl.Sl' l-.
Everybody, Take Notice!
The moelcrn up-to-date hotel St.
Elmo, corner Third South and Main,
has changed hands. Under tho man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. John Oldham.
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PROBATE AND. GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County ClcrU- or th? respective
8leiira lor further baforroatl.oa.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT; PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake count!'.
State of Utah. tn, tho matter of the estate,
of Margery A. Aldrlch. docoaswl. Notice.
The petftiou qf Zuia Martin, administra
trix of the estate of Margery A. A.ldrlch.
doccnsctl, for confirmation of the sale or
the following described real estate of said
decedent, to wit-. Lot 7. In block 1, amend
ed plat of Linden Park subdivision of lot
,11. block 21. five-aero plat "A" Big Field
survey. Salt. Lako county, Utah; also lpt
S. ln said block 1 of amended plat of Lin
den Park subdivision, and also beginning
1 rod west of tho northeast corner of lot
4. block 19. plat "F," Salt Lake City sur-.
vey, In Salt Lake county, Utah, and run
ning thenco south 20 rods; thence cast GVz
! rods; thence north 20 rods; thence west 6
rods to the place of beginning, being tho
west 5t. rods of lot 3 and the east 1 rod
of lot 4 ot said block 19, containing ISO
square rods of ground, nnd being subject
to an, $S00.00 mortgage, constituting a llrst
lien on same, for the sum of $1057.50, nnd
upon the following terms, to wit: Cash
upon confirmation, as appears from tho
return of sale, Hied In this court, has been
sot for hearing on Friday, the 23th day of
July, A. , 1304, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
couuty courthouse, in the courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this ISth day of
July, A. D. 1304.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David D. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
-W. M. Bradley, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bata division. In and for Salt Lake- coun
ty. Stato of Utoh, In the matter of tho
estate of William T. Dalby, deceasod.
The petition of Frcdcrica M, Dalby, ex
ecutrix of tbe estate of William T. Dalby.
deceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of said executrix and for tho
distribution of the residue of said estato
to the persons ontltled. has been set for
hearing on Friday, the Gth day of August,
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho
county courthouso ln the courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake
Witness the clerk qf said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 2)th day of July.
A. P. 139?. JOHN JAMES.
By David D. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Lawrenco & Shoup, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PP.O
bato Division, in and for Salt Lake Coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of the.
estate of Daniel S. Davkl6on, deceased.
The petition of tho Utah Savings and
Trust company, administrators, with will,
annexed, of the estate of Daniel S. Da
vidson, deceased, for confirmation of the.
of t.ald decedent, to wit: The last half of
lot six (6) block thirty-three (33). plat "B,"
Salt Lake City survey, in tho city and
county of Salt Lake. State of Utah, for
the- num. of $4C0Q. and upon the following
terms, to- wit: cash upon confirmation; as
appears from the ret'a of salo filed ir.
this court, has beon sot for hearing on
Friday, tho ?3th day of July. A. D. 1304.
at 10 o'clock a, m., at the county couru
house, hi, the courtroom of said court. In
Salt Lako City. Salt Lake- county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this loth day of July,
A. D. 1301.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
liy David B- Davies. Deputy Clerk.
D. B. Hempstead, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In. the matter ot the estate
and guardianship of Edward P. Ferry, an
Tho petition of William Montague
Ferry and Edward Stewart Ferry, tho
guardians of the person and the estate of
Edward P. Ferry, an Incompetent, for
confirmation of salo of the following de
scribed roal estate, to wit. Lot thirty (30),
block ten (10) Park City townslte. for the.
sum of $220.00 and upon tho following
terms, to wit: Cash upon confirmation, as 1
appears from the return of sale, filed In
this court, hafl been set for hearing on
Friday, tho 23th day of July. A. D 1304,
at ten o'clock a. m.. at the county court
house, in the courtroom of sold court, in
Salt Lako City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the- Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 18th day of July,
A. D. 1301.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk,
Richards & Ferry. Attorneys for
r..n -,l(r. ,,e 1-1. 1 .'fi
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate Division. In and for Salt Lako
County, State of Utah. In the matter of
tho estate of- James Jonnson, deceased.
Tho petition of Binca J Johnston, ad
ministratrix of tho estate of James John
ston, deceased, praying for tho specific
performance of a certain contract oe
the deceased, made beforo his death, for
the settlement ot the final account of
sold administratrix and for tho dlstrlbu
tion of the residue of said estate to the
persons entitled, has been set for hear
ing on Friday, tho 23th day qf July. A D..'
1301. at ten o'clock a, m., at the County
Court House In the court room of .said
Court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness tho Clork of said Court with
the seal thereof affixed this 15th day of
July. A. D- 13l-
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By DAVID B DAVIES, Deputy Clerk.
Thomas Adams. Attorney for Estate.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court In and for Salt Lake County, State
of Utah, Department No. 1. In the matter
of the estate p.f, Charles S. Richardson,
The petition of Edith M. Richardson,
praying for tho admission to Probate of
a certain document, purporting to be tho
last Will and Testament of Charles S.
Richardson, deceasod, aud for the grant
ing of Letters Tostamontnry to heraelf,
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho
29lh dav of July. A. D . 1304. nt 10 o'clock
a. m-, at the County Court House. In the
court room of said Court, ln Salt Lake
Cltv. Salt Lake County, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said Court with
the seal thereof affixed this 15th day of
July. A. D., 130-1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
DAVID U. DAVIES. Deputy Clerk,
Henderson, Plorce. Crltchlow & Barrette,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato Division, in and for Salt Lake
County. Stato of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of Sarah
Field Spry, deceased. Notice.
Tho cross petition of Lydlu Spry, ob
jecting to the settlement of final account
of an Id the administrator of tho ?stato
of Sarah Field Spry, deceased, has
been set for hoarlng on Frldav,
the 23th elay of July, A. D.. 1S01. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the County courthouso
In the courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lake City, Salt Lake countv. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the senl thereof affixed this ISth day of
Julv, A. D. 1301.
(Seal.) ' JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
A. A. Duncan, Attorney for Petitioner.
! y 1U7
ASSESSMENT NO. J.
Qld Evorcrccn Mining;, and Tunnelcora
pany. Big Cottonwood mining- district,
Salt Lake county, Utah. Principal place
of business, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notlco is hvrcby given thut at a meet
ing of the board of directors of tho Old
Evergrcon Mining and Tunnel company,
a corporation, held at tho office, of tho
company, at Salt Lako City. Utah, Tues
day, the 23th day of June. 1301, an assess
ment of 3 cents per aharo was levied upon
tho, cnpltal atock of the corporation, pay
ablo Immodlatoly to D. (J. McMillan, sec
retary -vnd treasurer or the company, at
his offlco. No. 101 South Main Utreut. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon which
sold assessment may bo Unpcki ctj the
Mth day of July, will bo delinquent
end advertised for s-.ilo at public uuctlon.
and unless payment, is made before, will
bo sold at my office on tho 22nd day of
August. 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, to pay
delinquent assessment, together with tho
cot of advertising and expense of sale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. M'MTLLAN,
No. 161 South Main Street, Salt Lako
City, Utoh, June 2S. 1301. x23S7
PROBATE.. AND QU ARDXAN SHIT,
Commit County Clerk or the respectiTt
signers for rurthcr- Information. U
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate Division, ln and for Salt Lake H
County.. State of Hub. H
In the matter of tho estate of-.lcxander mmm
G, Adamson, deceased. Notice. mmmm
Tho petition of D. W. Adamr.on, ad- jl
mlnlstrator of tho estate ot Alexander Q. H
Adamson, deceased, for confirmation of mmmm
the salo of tho following described real H
citato of said decedent, to-wlt: H
The cast half (E'.-y of the northwust jmmm
quarter (NW) and lots one (1) and two iH
(2) pf section nlDctecr. (19) and tho east mmm
half (Ei) of the southwest quarter H
(SW) and lots three (3) and four (4) JmmM
of section eighteen (18). all In township Jmmm
ono (1) south, range two (2) west. Salt H
Lako meridian, together with all spring IH
and water courses or sources of water jH
supply situated upon such land or flow- mm
ing therefrom, for tho sum of $7,620. mmm
And upon the following terms, towlt- JAM
Cash upon confirmation, as appears from lH
the return of sale, filed, ln this Court, ha immU
beeu set for hearing1 on Friday, the 23th mm
day of July, A. D. 1304, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at tho County courthouse. In tho court- Jmmm
room of said court, in Salt Lake City, tM
Salt Lako county. Utah. H
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed this 18th day of
Julv, A. D. 1301. mmW
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Higglns & Senior, Attorneys for Es- mmm
tato. yU43 JMM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake Coun- jH
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter pi tb9 jH
estate of Daniel C. Bacon, deceased. No- 1
The petition of Alfred H. Pcabody. ad- jH
i mlnlstrator of the estato of Daniel C. Ba- . mm
! con. deceased, praying for the settlement
of final account of said admistrator and 1
fqr the distribution of tho residue of- 3ld H
cstate to the pcr3ons entitled, has b?en jH
set for hearing on Friday, tho 29th day of IH
July, A. D. 3301, at 10 o'clock a, m., at the jH
county courthouse. In tho courtroom of IH
said court, ln Salt Lake City, Salt Lake IH
county, Utah. IH
Witne.vi the Clerk of said court, with th" IH
seel thereof affixed, this 15th day of July, IH
A. D. 1301. mmt
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. mmm
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
Marshall & Royle, Attorneys for Es- Vmmm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- IH
bate Division. In and for Salt Lako Coun- jH
ty, Suite of Utah. In the matter of tbo fH
estate of Henry G. Balcb, deceased. No-
The petition of A. II. Prabody. admin- IH
istrator of the- estate of Honry G. Balch.
deceased, praying for the settlement of jH
final account of said administrator and forN
tho dustrfbutlon of tho residue of said es-
tato to tho persons entitled, has been set jH
for hearing on Friday, the- 23th day ot
July, A. D. 1304, at 10 o' clock a. ro at the jH
county courthouse, in the courtroom ot lH
sold court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lak?
AVitness tho Clerk of said court, with the mW
seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of July, mmt
A, d. 1301. ymmm
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. mU
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. MM
Marshall &. Roylc. Attorneys for Es- Jmm
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT jH
court, in and for Salt Lake county. State mm
of Utah. Department No. 1. In the mat- WM
ter of the estate of Elizabeth Ann Hute- 'JUmm
son. deceased. Notice. m
Tho petition of Reginald D. Jones pray- mmm
Ing for the admission to probato of a Wm
certain document, purporting to be the mmm
last will and testament of Elizabeth Ann mWm
Huteson, deceased, and for the granting
of letters testamentary to himself, has WM
been set for hearing on Friday, the 23th mmm
day of July, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m, mM
at tho county courthouse, in tho court- mWA
room of said court, in Salt Lake City. mmm
Salt Lake county. Utah. mWM
Witness the clerk of said court, with the mm
seal thereof affixed this 12th day of July,
A. D 1S04. JOHN JAMES.
David B. Davies, DoputyClerk. mm
William A. L, attorney for petitioner. mm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- jH
bate dhislonk In and. for Salt Lake county, W
Slate of Utah. In the matter of the es- vm
tate of Lbuifl Kollts, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Anna Kolltz. adminla- mmm
.tratrlx of the estate of Louis Kolltz, de- ummm
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final ll
account of said administratrix and for th 'sBmm
distribution of the residue of said estate mm
to the porsons entitled, has becu sot for Mmm
nearing on Friday, thn 2Sth day of July, ImWm
A. D, J30I. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the 'mmM
county courthouse, in tho courtroom of Imm
said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
county. Utah. JmWM
Witness the Clerk ot said court, with mmm
tho seal thereof affixed, thlB 13th day of .1
July, A. D. mi- mmm
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. iH
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Estate. mm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- IH
! bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun- mmm
ty. Stato of Utah. rn the matter eif tho 'Mmm
I estate of Otto Liefer, deceased. Notice. mmm
The petition for approval and settlement Mmm
! of the flr."t annual account of the admin- mmm
1 istratrlx of the estato o Otto Liefer, de- ijH
ceaac-el, has been set for hearing on FrI- mmm
day. tho 23th day of July. A. D. 1304. at WMM
10 o'clock a. m, at the county courthouso immM
in tho courtroom of said court in Salt
Like City, Salt Lako county. Utah. '
Witness the clork of said court with tho
seal tr.erco? affixed this 11th day of July, lM
A D. 1304. JOHN JAMES,
iTy J." U. Eldrcdgo. Jr , Deputy Clerk. ; jH
D M. Halgh and Win, McCrca. attor- 'lH
neys for petitioner. ylMJl I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- iM
bote Division, ln and for Salt Lake
County. Stato of Utah. mm
In the matter of tho estato of Arthur
Van Meter, decoased. Noti.-e.
The petition of Joseph Van Meter, ;id fjH
mlnlstrator of the estate of Arthur Van ilH
Meier, deceased, praying foe tho settle- mmm
meat of final account of said admlnls- ,
trafor and for tho distribution of tho MM
reofduo of said cotato to the persons en
titled, has been sot for hearing on Friday.
the 23th day of July, A. D. 1304, at 10
o'c'ock a. m., at the County courthouse I mm
In the courtroom of said court. In Salt jflH
Lak' City, Salt Lake County, Utah. mmm
Witness the Clerk of sold Court with IflH
the seal thereof affixed this 18th doy of 'H
Jl(Sean D' JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk. tWMM
Smith & Putnam, Attorneys for Estate. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Andrew Pearson, deceased. mUm
Creditors will present claims with I Mm
vouchers to tho undersigned at McCornlcK j Mm
& Co.'s bank. Salt Lako City. Utah, on ,ov 1 mU
before the 15lh day of November. 1. mmm
1304 RODNEY T. BADGER, H
Administrator of Androv Pearson, de
ceased. , . 'H
Harrington & Sanford. Attorneys. mrnm
Date of first publication. July 9. A. D- jflH
llKM. , WM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. j
Estatj of Eddie Thomas Snclgrove. de- jH
"creditors will present claims, with 'iWM
vouchee, to the underslcned at -01---5 ; mmm
bescret News building. Slt Lake City. JmmW
Utah, on or before the Gth day of No- rjjH
vember, A-jj- K SXELGROVE, H
Admlnlstrutor of Estate of Eddie Thomus IB
Sneigrovc. Deceased. '
Thomas Maycock, Attorneys for Ad- H
Dalo of first publication. July 2. A. D. hH
1W4. ' n I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' I 1
Estate of Joseph Cordon Snclgrove. de-
ceased. , , : wRM
Ci editors will present claims, jv Itn
vouchers, to the undersigned at 201-3-j mmW
Deserct News building. Suit Lake Cip . ImmW
ITtalu on or before tho Gth day of M)- ,Mm
VCmbt) r'wiLLLI AM" K. SXBLOROVS, j
Adrainlstrator of Estato of Josoph Lor- MM
den Snelgrove. Deceased. MWM
Thomas & Maycock. Attorneys for Ad. :H
Date of first publication, July 2, Av D. liflH
1301. x,z 1