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MTfEDXESDAY KQByiKG, JTLf L'7, l'JUl. jj gjP LiHHS TRIBXTOT!! PAGE SEVEN
fDayith the Bankers, the Merchante'd IheBrokerZ
Ijoidalion Is on
I inJWI Street
nilfttivo Confidence- Sensibly
I'Slraken by Action of tho
Sv Stock Market.
Ry YORK, July CC Speculative co.n
bVwas sensibly shaken by Hie action
day's stock market, which gavo tho
indications of urgent liquidation since
recent rise was inaugurated. Up to
time the action of tho market has .all
To show a firm undertone, even after
evident culmination or the rise and
Soption of a waiting attltudo hy tho
'selonal operators, who had followed
Kivance. Today, on the contrary, the
ftono was weak. Thus the greater
fty throughout the day was during
5eriod o declines. On the occasional
is there was a quick lapso Into dull-
That Ifi to say. buyers were stead
Kln refraining from accepting offers
bt'.at material concessions, and sellers
to bo pressed to make the conces
jifn order to realize on their holdings,
served to upset tho existing faith in
iiilllty or determination to boldtocks
ie party of wealthy operators who are
roed in current opinion to have been
principal accumulators of slock on
""ghtcnfng of liiads today had tho
t of arousing a suspicion that the ac
ulators were finding difficulty In dls
jtlng thcJr holdings to advantage,
ro was disappointment also at the
lit demand for stocks met at the de
es. Speculative opinion has been very
Ident that a largo demand awaited a
ht reaction in the market, which had
bmo suspicious of the long unlntcr
tcd advance and only awaited evidence
perfective realizing to come Into the
tket again. So far as the movement
ijlinflucnccd by news, tho conditions?
ch were known yesterday seemed to
aimost effect, although they were ap
fcntlv mitigated today. ,
Irotrospect of the common inferences
e drawn from vceterday's vjolent rise
terllng cxchai.ge, the Jump in London
6unt rates and the strength of the
At market took on a formidable as
Lto the minds of operators in stocks,
tough the sterling market was quieter
Sty; wheat opened easier and the Lon-
dlscount market was more settled.
ertheles6 grave" fears were felt that
'Anglo-Russian friction might issue In
fey overt act of hostility that would
-t! an international conflagration in
widespread influence wns exerted both
ha wheat and stock markets by an al-id-
estimate b J. J. Hill of only 6G0,
K3 bushels for the total wheal crop,
udden break in Northern Securities on
icurb produced the weakest period on
ore uttentlon was given to the troubled
look in the labor world. The good
promise held out b the weekly bul
nlof the Weather bureau was ignored.
Notwithstanding the continued great
clof money an effect was produced by
suggested contingency of outgo of
dfwithdrnwal of Government deposits
mm banks nnd nn early development of
llnterlir demand for currency to move
Mrop:j Bear raiding was an element
Kjb'rcuk in and was ourcessful- In un
Perjng top loss orders while covering
wslhorts made ih final rally
oiids wvhv luiy. Total sales, par
acl " jl,xu,l . l ilted States bonds were
hanged on call.
BP NEW YORK BONDS,
rof. 2s res KMl, & N unl ,4s....l00
ref 2s cou.. 104, Man con gdld ls.105
3J.Cs reg . . 10l, Mcx Cent Is cfd 01
153s cou ACS3 first Ine II
IJhew Js rc-g .1314 m & st L 4S.....9GUB
fnew 4a cou. 132' M k & T ls....lwVi
told -Is reg. seconds . . ..!. S04'
old Is com. W,K NRRofM con Is.TC'b
hj'gen -ts 103 N y C gen us.-lOO
lifadj -Is 05I-; k j c gen 5s..l327fcB
iCjL Is SSXo pac 3a 7i4i
fcJO -Is . ion n & w Con 4s..l01',
Xp 3ps . SI'-iB O S L -Is & par. 07
ttbt Ga 5s lls Punn conv 4s...97iB
t lnc Tsi Reading gen 4s.. 09 ft
JO 4c3 llfi" SlL&IM con 58.-116
cf A 23 7SB StL&SF fg 4s... Sl'fe
& Q new 4s. 97V St L S V lsts... 96
fcStP gl' is losi3i: s A I, 4s 70
N"W eon 7s lCuB So Pae 4s 03
m.& I' 4s.. 70B So Ry Gs Ill
lL PcolCs r & P cfd 11SH
:&StL gen 4s.l02 T St L & XV is.. 73B
rxunuiM . (iS'.fcii b i .s l'V?i
lTol 43 01 conv Is 101&
)f& So 4s K V S Steel 2nd Gs. 7SH
:IR 9. 4s-- Ift'R "Wabash Ists ....U7'A
Ipr lien -Is.. OSt; d.-b B f.SB
D C lst lOIJi Wis Cent is SO'
Ck Y"l IV&S..107HBC F cor 5s ctIfs.71iB
M. CLOSING STOCK LIST.
9 Sales. High. Low. Close,
thlson .... . 7S!i 77 1VA
K'TO,, 12lXJ M ?1
IU & Ohio i,w) &l &Vj S39i
hadlan Pao ... CC0 liiu 123U jVjia
ntral of N J ." 331?
w & Ohio 3d) MVi n.1
f& Alton l.SOO 10V 40i
cferred ; ;r, 3
1&. Great W'cat. 1.100 MVi JSVf, 14
JM & St P 1.000 147U llC'i 1IW
cferred ' 17i-v
iTerrn & T . . . 100 y, G&
A".et-i i,yj 11 14 u?-
& St j 7U.
DlSouthern .. 1.11
U preferred "" .js
id preferred .... m Vji& l"6U
Ifc IIiidHon... . SCO 100 1D0U; 153Vj
.111 & AVest on-
t& Rio G ;v -ofe,
ferrcd SCO 72 72 71
'I ; 1S.2O0 214 24 21
tjprcferred C.000 Gl BS C0"2
S'cSSUff11 "lVl 3S'
& Nash 2,600 114;4 113 m
IRnen 1. 1 900 151 161 330
iSccurltles ... 700 6s: c-ji; c,t
f Ry C.S00 llgt iftg i1
lS'L 100 111 40 46
iff k.S St0 11 --'CO 75 74V. 74A
tfirCi? " ,C0 128 12S 127
& Texas ... 4CA IS IS 17a?
W r,- 700 40
V'rw ",f1 205 36. 36-T,
?oii- fl,w 31-52?, 1,8
J"t 22.400 3i 30U SlVi
!c&si'Y" . 12,600 120" U9'
nnJS, 13,800 r3 jiii Si.
fSSSSd-:: m s :
&eSu,U,C- M U" p
it Lliv.;;:'; ' 1
fcrr?d " " 7,''j " S Mi
jP?Central .... .. joo j;sr
Wrcss Companies-"00 ' ' J
l&i statci :: m 200
-f -t-f-- -- -- --4-
New York tt4c
-f- San Francisco .CStic -f
4- New York exchange $i.203J-1.2o
-f Now York oxchangc...?12.37,-l'512.o0 -f
f- -f--f -f -- -f --f -f
! Wells-Fargo 207
Amalg Copper .... 25.SC0 .52-7i i'IVi ol'i
Amor Car fc F GC0 1S?A JSV2 ISVi
Amor Cot Oil , 27
preferred '. SS-si
American Ice 100 7ri 7?h 7&
preferred 100 2Sft 2SU 23i
Amer Linseed Oil 9
preferred ." J 26
Amor Loco 2,000 22 21lfj 21
preferred : fi-5
Amer Sm & Ref... 1&W. W M'.i
preferred 300 ff'H Wt 0S',i
Amor Sugar Ref,... 4,100 120 12 128
Anaconda Co 400 74 74 73
Brooklyn R T 10.400 Rlfc W- fOi
Colo F & Iron 3,700 37,l 8.
Cons Gas 200 193 13S 102
Corn Products M0 IS 12 121
preferred S00 fi9i CO'.i f.9
Distillers Securifs 200 22 21'Ji 21
General JElcctric .. 3C0 151 IGO'a 1G0
Intcrn'l Paper .... 100 12 :3li 13'
preferred '. 09
Intcrn'l Pump 31
National Lead .... 200- 21U 21U 21
North American .. I3 8S SS S7yt
Pac Mall 00 274 27 V,
People's Gas 1,700 W-i 99 99
Pressed Steel Car r.2Vb
preferred ICO 76c 76Vt 70
Pullman Pal Car.. ICO 221 221 220
Republic Steel ' Ol 7 "i
preferred 43 I32 43
Rubber Goods 400 1S IS IS
rronn C & Iron 7S
U S Leather G.I0O 14 41
preferred :t,300 7!, 7',& T'i
Improve' t Realty . 1,100 S3?i S2;i S2'4i
preferred .... I7Vi
U S Rubber 1.100 19?l 19" 19'.i
preferred v 200 7G 75 73
V S Stcol 11.200 13 li 11,
preferred 76.10D C2Vt COli 01
Wcstlnghouse EJic 2' 157V; 157 35-1
AVcstern Union v. 5S
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. July 2G.-Bar silver. SS'ric;
Mexican dollars. 45',i;.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2G. Silver bars.
SSc; Mexican dollars, 47c. Drafts Sight,
7; telegraph. 10.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. .July 26. Money on call
very easy at 1 per cent, closing bid -Tic,
offered at 1; time loans steady, sixty days.
2'i per cent, ninety days, 2; six months,
SlMlWi per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 3iM per cent.
Sterling exchange strong, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.S7.1(VJM.$7.15
for demand and at I S5.10 for sixty
Posted rates. S I .S5. .S6U-1 .SSIj" 1
Commercial bills, Si-SBi.
New York Metnls.
NEW YORK. July 2C Tin way weak o
day, closing at 121 IGs for both spot nnd
futures In the London market and at
?2J.75172G.90 for fepot in New York.
Copper advanced slightly In London,
closing al 57 5s for snot and 57 Cs 9d for
futures. Locally pries are unchanged.
Lake Is quoted at ?12.G2')2f(12:67,,5, electro
lytic at SVJ.&yJiJ 12.75. and coating al
Lead was a Utile lower In London, clos
ing at 11 13s 9d, but remained qulot hero
at yesterday's decline or H.20I.2S for
Speller was unchanged. In both markets.
London quotes tpot at 22 7b tid and the
Now York prices at SI.SoiH.W.
Iron closed at 51s 9d in Glasgow and ut
42s 10i In Middlesborough. Locally Iron
wns unchanged. No. 1 foundry northern
Is quoted at 51 i.OOfj 11.50; No. 2 foundry,
northern, al fl3.75fj M.ot; No. 1 foundry,
southern, and No. 1 foundrv, aouth.irn
soft at 513.00a 13.75.
St Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 2G. Wool active and
steady; medium grades, combing and
clothing. 20ft2oc; light line. Ift7i20c; heavy
fine, 121 16c; tub-washed. 31j31'c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. July 2G.-Sugar Raw
firnl; fair refining. S'e; centrifugal. M de
grees test, 3 15-lGc; molasses sugar. S'c.
Refined firm: crushed. O.TDc; powdered,
O.IDe; granulated. 0.0e.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK. July 2G. Bultcr steady
Cheese quiet and unchanged.
Egg3 weak; Western, extra fine, 20
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON. July 21. A reaction in the vol-
r.oled thici wi ek, following the almost ab
normal activity of the precollng fort
night. Prkea, however, remain as tlrm
as over. Tho latgf r mills have apparently
Mopped buying, the smu'ler making up
the market, lnc upward tendency In tho
market is still felt Territory wools con
tinue relatively active, with some larger
lots placed, l'ulied wools are firm and
tho same 1p true of foreign grades, though
tire market la quiet. Leading quotation!
Territorv, Idaho fine. 17(flSc; heavy fine,
14S15c; fine medium, I771sc; low medium,
Wyoming fine. IGirl7c; heavy fine, Ufa
15c; fine medium, 17SlSc; medium, 20ff21c;
low medium, 20&32c.
Utah and Nevada fine, lCifefi 17c; heavy
fine, llfjh'c; fine medium. HifTlSc; me
dium. 20ft21c: low medium, 21i923c.
Montana, fine choice. 20t?31c, fine aver
age. lDft20e; fine medium choice. 20f21c;
average. lfliiOc; staple. 2122c; medium
CHICAGO. July 2G.-Cattle Receipts,
2000 head; Texans, $7: mar-ket .steady 10
strong and 10c higher; good to prime
stecra. JG.40SC.30; poor to medium. $1.25
5.25: Blockers and feeders, $2.25-1.00; cows.
51.750-1.60; heifers. S2.0Mju.60; cannera, $1.55
2.54; bulls, ?2.0aff4.25; calves, 52.5057.0);
Texas-fed steers. IJ.0&S5.25.
Hogs Receipts 2C00 head; mixed and
butchers, ?3.25!go.75; good to choice heavy,
5Ti.40ft5.70; rough heavy, $4.705t5.30; light,
55.n03T5.70; bulk of sales atJo.3oifto.G0.
Sheer Recelptu, S00O; market steady;
good 10 choice wethers. I.OJfffl.cO; fair to
choice mixed, 53.COiT4.00; lambs steadv to
10c lower; Western sheep. 53.00ft4.2T; native
lanibB. 51.0017. 10; Western lambs. JiJ-OOtf
KANSAS CITY, Mo, July 25.-Cattle
Recclpta, 2600, ineludltig 400 Southerns;
market strpng lo 10c higher; native steers,
$4.00Efi.25. Southern steers, 52.75rfM.60;
Southern cows. J1.753.50: native cows and
hclfora, $1.7&ft6.00; stockers und feeders
52.60rjl.G0; bulks, 52,253,75; calves. 52,50fifi
4.75; Western steere. 53.755.50; Western
cowti, 41.733.75. nogs lleccipt.s. iftM"
market 15c to 23c higher; bulk uf sales,'
55.35'55.65; heavy. $G.l503,f.i; pucker.", 15 40
feS.5o: pigs nnd llghus, $4..fOft-3.50. Sheep
ReeelplH, none, mnrket nominally steady
mulloiiH. 53.25f4.7f; lambK, Sl.00f?6.00- ranuo
.vclhcrs, 53.75?i4.75; ewca. 53.00ft3.75.
"When they travel, go one route, re
turning another. In order to eoe all the
country. You can do thia on your .East
Grn trip by asking for your ticket; al
least ono way Colorado Midland. CosIh
ho more. Through standard and tourist
MARKETS OPEN UP
Most Prices Are Still on tho Down
Grade Fruit nnd Vegetables
As a natural consequence of the two
days' holiday, quite a lot of business wau
done on the markets yesterday. Several
changes took place In prices and the'
tendency Is still. In the main, downward.
Some few commodities, such as black
berries, were advanced, a little in price,
but tho majority of fruits and vegetables
are on tho down grade.
A cnrlond or delicious fruit wns received
by the XV. Al. Rash company, also a car
load of orangVu. in tin former, which
came In very good condition, the pears ,
have been reduced to 52.25 a case. Green
corn, now peppers, summer squash and
cucumbers are all cheaper. Yellow onions
wore quoted yesterday at 53 a hundred
weight, but all that were offered at that
price were sold oul early In tho day. The
only firm that had any left after thai put
up tho price to 5.W. Some more are ex
pected in soon, when the price will return
to Us normal place.
The oranges Imported yesterday, which
are of the Valencia variety, are priced
at $4 a case wholesale. Tills semis tho
retail figure up to GO cents a dozen.
Not many changes touk place in the re
tail quotations of veg tables, although
many fruits are cheaper. No new fruit
or vegetable was to be seen.
Hay, Grain and Straw,
Oat straw, per bale 5 .SOff .23
Timothy, per ton. baled U.50ftJ3.00
Wheat, per bushel l.COftl.10
Corn, per cwt 1.40ft 1.60
Corn, cracked 1.4S(b' 1.55
Rolled oat 1.70
Barley rolled 1.10 1.45
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2. CO
Flour, straight grado 2.40
Flour, high patent 2.G0
Graham flour 2.50S 2.70
Cornnieal 1.S0W 1.90
Bran l.(Kft 1.10
Bran and shorts 1.10 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound 5 .067? .07&
Dressed veal, per pound OS
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed lambs; per pound.... .10
Dressed mutton, per pound.... .OG
Spring Iambs, wholesale 2.75
Spring lambs, quarter, retail.. 1.09Q) 1.C0
Dressed hens, per pound 5 .IS
Ducks, per pound 15?? .16
Live poultry, per pound .12
Frozen broilers .22
Live broilers, per pound .20
Valencia oranges, case 5' -1.00
Utah apricots . .03
Utan raspberries, single caso. 1.7G
Cantaloupes, case 3.75
Graphs, per case 1.75
Apples, case -.. .OQ
Utah appl?E. bushel 1.00
Utah currants, caso 1.23f 1.50
Watermelons, dozen 4.00 5-00
Santa Paula lemons, per box. t -1.50
Peachea. box ' 1.00
Htnli blackberries, ease 1.75
Utuh cherries, pound 063 .10
Bananas, per bunch 2.50
Seedling oranges, per case...., 3.23
Havana seeds 2.50 3.00
Figs and dates 5c, Sc. 10n
Limes, per 100 1.59
Gooseberries, per pound .03
Tragedy pluniK 1.75
Dewbcrriea, caso .1 1.75
Beet sugar, per 100 J 6.20
Cane sugar 6.30 j
Rest marrowfat neas. bushel.. J .Co
California lettuce, doz ..60 I
Green corn on cob, dozen .20
New peppers, per pound .15
Utah summer squash, dozen., .25
Utah tomatoes, pound .10
Utah cucumbers, dozen .15
Yellow onions, cwt 3.G0
Vegetable marrow, dozen .CO
Utah cauliflower, pound .03
Wax beans, per bushel .0)
Utah cabbage, per cwt 1.25
New potatoes, bushel .&5
Bunch turnips, per dozen .15
Green onions, per dozen ,12',a
Utah lettuce 12&S' .20
Radishes, Utah .10
California tomatoes, box 1.75
California cucumbers, box 1.25
Butter, per pound f .19
Chc-se, per pound .., 1214
Eggs, per case 6.00
Fancy cheese, per pound ..... .10
Comb honey, per crnte ,. 2.75
Strained honey, per pound.... 2.75
Sweirzoe ehcesp, per pound... .33 1-3
Llnlburger cheese, per lb .17
Cream brick cheese, per lb.... .17
Edam cheese, per dozen 12.00
Ulnh lake boss 5 .30
Mountain trout .35
Ulnh catfish " .h
Striped bass, per pound .15
Shad, per pound .10
Mackinaw trout .p;
Soles, ner pound L.... .00
Flounders, per pound . .00
California smelts, per pound.. .12
Codfish, per pound , .13
Catfish, per pound .13
Perch, per pound 10
Prime rib .....5 .17
Mutton chops 1Q3 .15
Logy - . .12
Spring lamb, per quarter.-?.... l.OOtfP 1.50
Veal 12 .20
Cold roaat beef .jq
Cold roast pork .30
Cold roast veal .20
Yiial loaf .so
Dressed hens J .13
Urollcra 355 .51)
Turkeys . .26
Gccoc ... .22'
Ducks . .20
Roasl springs 23
Springs SS .60
Ulah aprlcols. pound ' (03
Raspberries, 3 cuds for , ".25
Utah appll'j?. pounfi . .03-
Grapes, per pound .20
Utah blackberries. 2 cupu for.. .20
Dewberries , . .10
Currants ; ' .10
Figs 1G .25
Watermelons, each ;50S' ,75
Lemons, per dozen .25
Oranges, per dozen , . ICS-' .00
Peaches, per pound .10
Cherries 10ft .20
Oregon cherries , .25
Bananas, per dozen .... .3J)
Pears, pound .15
Grapo fruit .03
Plumo 10ft; .15
Gooseberries, per. quart ....... .10 .
Cantaloupes .10if .12
Peas, per peck 7.. .23
Green corn on cob. dozen .30
Vegetable marrow ' .10
New poppers, pound -.23
Utah summer squaa?: ......... .03
"Utah cucumbers, tnri for .., .10
New potatoes, per pound;..... .02
Wax beans .1.. .05
Cabbage, per pound .03
Turnips, bunch " -WA
Grcn onions , - .CG
Carrots ' .02
Utah tomatoes, pound ........ .15'
Tomatoes, per pound , .15
Cul'fornla lettuce, two for.... .15
Butler, per pound 5 .23
Cheese ...i. .12
Eggs, per dos.cn 23
Fancy chceac, per pound .23
Comb honey, per comb .15
Strained honey, per pound .15
Swiss cheese, per pound .40
Llmburger ehceso .W
Cream' brick cheese ;,. ' ,25
Edam cheese, each 1.25
Fresh Fish. .
Bluck bass . .$ .35
Mountain trout . ' .45
Brook trout, each .12
Utah catfish, per pound .'. .15
Halibut , .15
Striped bass , ' .20
Shad -, .15
Mackinaw trout .25
Soles - .12
Flounders j .12
Perch , ' .12
Crabs, each 25'3 .30
Grain nnd Provisions.
CHICAGO. July 26.-A big advance at
Paris had a stimulating effect on wheat
prices here today. Al tho close Septem
ber wheat wus up ftic Corn was up
WSViC. Oatn showed a gain of 'Ac, and
provisions were 2ftl2c higher.
sHcavy receipts and an easier tone at
Liverpool, notwithstanding the sharp ad
anco hero yesterday, had a depretslng
effect on the wheat market here at the
opening. A number of local longs were
free scilprs and under the liberal offer
ings initial quotations showed considera
ble lor September being off -&fre. at
S7V7c. After the first burst of selling
inlhuslasm had passed, the market re
mained quiet, with prices hovering around
the opening figures. Toward the middle
of the session trading again became active
and a strong undertone developed. Scalp
ers were caught short of wheat when a
Paris cable Hhowlng an advance there of
i2c came In and 111 an effort to cover
prices were forced rapidly upward. The
bullish sentiment was further intensified
by a report credited to James J. Hill to
the effect that the total wheat crop of
the country would be 100,009,000 bushels
less than last year. A decrease In the
world's visible supply of nearly 2.5fH'.00L
bushels was an additional bull factor.
Seemingly little attention was paid to a
number of bear influences, the most Im
portant of which was heavy primary re
ceipts. The market continued strong the
remainder of the session. September ad
vancing to $$?ic. The closo wns at SSftl
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 1O3.S0O bushels. Primary receipts
were 530,000 bushels, compared with 7IU.I0O
bushels a year ago. The world's availa
ble slocke, nccoruing to Bradst reefs, de
creased 2.400.000 bushels. Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported rec.clpts of 400
cars, against 27S cars last week and 372
cars a year ago.
Corn, Influenced by favorable weather
and fairly large receipts, manifested some
weakness early in the day. The market (
closed near the high point. September j
opened c to '( c lower, at 49ac to
44ViQ40-?c, sold up to 4Wic ;md closed at
43c. Local receipts were 533 cars, with
G of contrast ;rade.
Oats, considering the small amount of
trading, the market had a firm tone 9fp
lember opened c to VfeftUc lower, at CSc
lo 33&334c. ranged between 327(.cft33e and
?31il1c and closed at 32,fii2Uc. Loral
nceipts wore ion cars.
Provisions were firm on light offering.
Tho strength of wheat Influenced some
buying by pit traders and In order to se
cure tho goods required prices vm
forced up all round. At the close Sep
tember pork was up 12c, ut 512.S2.
Lard was up 2c. at 50.90. Rlbc made a
Gain of 57c. closing at 57.47fi7.50.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 03 cars; corn, 105 cars; oats, 01
cars; hogs. 4000' head
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES
Articles. Open. High, Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
July (old) 05 07 0I( 07V-
July (new) 04 D5 03 0.V
Sept. (old) SO OOii SSV, foiK
Sept. (now) S7 SSJi $7 m-8
Corn, No. 2
July 434 10i 404 19 I
September 43 49 4:H
December 15 45 -W 4578
Oats, No. 2
Alay 35 33W 33 33 vt
July 33 10 39 x
September HSVi 83 33
December 33 3394 83:, 33
July 12.75 12.S2 12.75 12 S2' j
September 12.70 v 12.S2 12.05 12.s2
October i. 12.70 13.$2 12,G7 12 S2
Jllly 0.77 C.S0 0.77 G.RO
September O.S2 0.90 G.S2 r,.!0
October CM C.07 G.W) 0.97
September ...v .. 7.42 7.50' 7.40 7.50
October 7.45 7.62 7 15 7.52
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
quiet and unchanged; No. 2 spring wheat,
OseiWc; No. 3, 8Vaiv3c; No. 2 red. 97(5 09c;
No. 2 corn, 49Vtc; No. 2 vellow, 51V4c; No.
2 oats. 40fj40V4c. No. 3 white. 38fi41;ic; No.
2 rye. 72c; good feeding barley. 35Se;
fair to choice malting. 42I?50c; No. 1 flax
seed. 51.18: No. 1 Northwestern, $1.23.
prime timothy seed. 52.95j3.0O; mess pork,
per barrel. 512.7512.80; lard, per 100
pounds, 50 776.fi0; .diorl ribs sides
(loose), S7.251i7.37: short clear sides
(boxed), S7.25fi7.ro; whisky, basis of high
wines, 51.2$; clover, contract grade, 511.23.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS,
Articles. ' Reepts. Shlpmts.
Flour, barrels 23.SO0 IR.loo
Wboat, bushtils 00.0GO SS.iSCO
Corn, bushels 475.200 5S,C
Oats, bushels 1S3.C0O 159,400
Rye. bushels .. 1,000
Barley, bushels 23.600 4,3(Hj
On the- produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creamorles, 13?
17c; dairies, 1211150: eggs, easy, ut mark,
cases Included, ligl5c; cheese, steadv.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2C Wheal was
easier; December, 5J3Sli.
Barley was easier; December, 51.03j5.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, July 20. Special cable
and telegraphic communications received
by BrndBtrecfa show tho following
changes In available supply. aB compared
wit blast report:
Wheat United States and Canada, esist
Jiockles. decreased S7S.0CJ bushels. Afloat
for and In Europe, decreased 1,500,000
buohcls. Total supply, decreased, 2,878,000
Corn United States and Canada, cast
Rockies, decreased, 472,000 bushels. .
Oats United States and Canada, east
Rockies, decreased 910,000 bushels.
leading decreases reported this week in
clude 482,000 bushels In Manitoba and 77.000
bushels at the Chicago nrlvato elevators.
Stocks at depot harbor Increased 111,000
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Atlantic State, Tennessee and the Ohio
and upper Missouri valleys and North Pa
cific coast need rain. Quite generous and
much needed rains occurred in tho middle
and southern Rocky mountain districts,
partially relieving the sevcro and pro
tracted drouth. While early spring wheat
has been somewhat Improved by rains in
Oregon, much of the line sown has been
cut for hny. In Washington spring wheat
portions of tho Middle Atlantic valleys
Is backward and suffering from drouth.
In the lower Missouri, central Mississippi
and Ohio valleys and over the nouthern
portions of the Middle Atlantic tho out
look for apples Is unfavorable, but better
prospects are roported from New Eng
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Consult County Clertr or th? respectlva
signers for further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, in and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho estate
of Margery A. Aldrich, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Zlnn Martin, administra
trix of the ostate of Margery A. AldrlCh,
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of
the following described real estato of said
decedent, to wit: Lot 7, in block 1, amend
ed plat of Linden Park subdivision of lot
11. block 21. fivc-acro plat "A." Big Field
survey, Salt Lake county, Utah; also lot
8, In said block 1 of amended plat of Lin
den Park subdivision, nnd also beginning
1 rod west of the northeast corner of lot
4. block 19. pint "F," Salt Lake City sur
vey. In Salt Lake county, Utah, nnd run
ning thenco soutli 20 rods; thence cast 6M1
rods, thence north 20 rods; thence west
rods to the place of beginning, being the
west GJ rods of lot 3 and the east 1 rod
of lot t ojf 5aid block 19. containing 130
sfiuare rods of ground, and being subject
to an JS00.00 mortgage, constituting a first
Hen on same, for the sum of J10O7.CO, and
upon the following terms, to wit: Cash
upon confirmation, as appears from the
return of sale, filed In this court, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 29th day of
July. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho
county courthouse. In the courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this ISth day of
July, A. D. 1WJ.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Hy David B. Davicc, Deputy Clerk.
W. M. Bradley, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bats division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of William T. Dalby, deceased.
Tho petition of Frcdcrlca. M. Dalby, ex
ecutrix of the estate of William T. Dalby.
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account of said executrix and for tho
distribution of tho residue of said estato
to tho persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 5th day of August,
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho
county courfhoutso in tho courtroom of
said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
county. Utah. 0
Witness the clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of July,
A. D. 1991. JOHN JAMES,
Seal . Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Lawrence & Shoup, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- 1
bate division, in and for Salt Lake county, '
Stale of Utah. In the matter of tho estate
and guardianship of Edward P. Ferry, an
The petition of William Montaguo
Ferry and Edward Stewart Ferry, tho
guardians of the person and the estato of
Edward P. Ferry, an Incompetent, for
confirmation of sale of the following de
scribed real estate, to wit: Lot thirty (30),
block ten (10). Park City townslle, for the
sum of J22S.00 and upon the following
terms, to wit: Cash upon confirmation, as
appears from tho return of sale, filed in
this court, haa been set for hearing on
Friday', tho 23th day of July. A. D. 1901.
at ten o'clock a. m., at the county court
house. In the courtroom of said court. In
Snlt Lake City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of eald court, with iho
seal thereof affixed, thlB ISth day of July,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
Richards & Ferry, Attorneys for
Guardians. ' yl-345
i IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato Division, In and for Salt, Lako
County. State of Utah. '
In the matter of the estate of Sarah
Field Sprv, deceased. Notice.
Tho cross petition of Lydla Spry, ob
jecting to the settlement of finnl account
of said tho administrator of the ;state
of Sarah Field Spry, deceased, has
been set for hearing on Friday,
the 29th day of July. A. D.. 1901. at 10
o'clock a. m.. ut tho County courthouse
in tho courtroom of said court. In 3alt
Lako City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed thia ISth day of
July. A. D. 190L
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
A. A. Duncan, Attorney for Potltloncr.
ASSESSMENT NO. S.
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunnel com
pany, Big Cottonwood mining district.
Salt Lake county, Utah. Principal placo
of business, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice is hereby given Uiat at a meet
ing of the board or directors of the Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
a corporation, held at the office of the
cdmpany. at Salt Lake City. Utah, Tucu
O.ay. tho 2Sth day of Juno, 1904, an assess
ment of 3 cents per sharo was levied upon
tho capital stock of tho corporation, pay
able -Immediately to H. G. .McMillan, sec
retary ind treasurer of tho company, at
his office. No. 161 South Main street. Salt
Lake City. Utah. Any stock upon which
tald assessment may be unpcld cn the
20th day of July, I&vX, will be delinquent
&nd advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment Js made before, will
be sold at my office on Iho 22nd day of
August. 1901. at i2 o'clock noon, to pay
delinquent assessment, together with tho
cost of advertising and expense of cale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. M'MILLAN.
No. 1G1 South Main Street. Salt Lako
Cllv. Utah. June 2S. 1904. x25S7
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
State Board of Examiners at tho offlco of
the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon of
the 10th day of August. 1904. for furnish
ing tbe material, ruling, printing and
binding 30C0 copies of Utah School Regis
ter, in accordance with tho sample in tho
office of the undersigned, tho same to bo
delivered at the office of tho Statu Supt.
of Public Instruction on or beforo Sopt.
Each bid must bo accompanied by a cer
tified check equal to 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid. to beheld upon con
dition that upon the award of the contract
to him the bidder will faithfully and
promptly execute a good and sufficient
bond. paya,blo to the State, with two sure
tics to be approved by said board, condi
tioned that ho win perform the work for
which ho has contracted under such rules
and regulations as tho board may pre
scribe and for tho faithful performance of
The board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids or to award the contract
for any class of worlc.
J. T. HAMMOND.
Secretary of State and Ex-Offlolo Secre
tary of the State Board of Examiners.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho State of
Utah. County of Salt Lake. S. XV. West,
plaintiff. v9 F. B. Work, defendant.
The State of Utah, to tho said defendant:
Yon aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you. If served within
the county In which this action is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after service
and defend the above entitled action; and
in caso of your failuro so to do. Judgment
will be rendered against you according to
the demand of tho complaint, which,
within ten days after service of this sum
mons upon yon, will be tiled with tho
clerk of said court.
DEY & STEVENS.
ASSESSMENT NO. 8.
Albion Mining Company. Principal place'
of business, Salt Lako City. Location of
mines. Alia, Llttlo Cottonwood Mining
Notice is hereby given that at n meet
ing of the board of directors of tho Al
bion Mining Company, neut on tlio 2nd day
of July, 1901, assessment No. S of live (B)
cents per share was levied upon tho capJ
tul stock of the corporation. Issued and
outstanding, payable Immediately to the
secretary at his oftlce, room 12 Walker
Bank bldg., 8 XV. 2nd South At., Sail Lako
Any stock upon which this assessment
nay remain unpaid on Saturday, the Cth
id' f -Ai'jT.tst. 1904, will be dcllnuuent and
advortlscd for sale al publlo auction, and
unless payment Is made beore. will be
sold on Tuesday, tho 23rd day of August,
1301. at 2 o'clock p. in., at tho company's
offlco. to pay delinquent atesssment there
on, togethor with the costs of advertising
and expense of salo.
yl47 J. AV. HATFIELD. Secretary.
PEOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Commit County Clerk or tho reapecUv H
tenors for rurther information. H
i.1? XI,E; DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake H
County, state of Utah. H
In the matter of tho estate of Alexander H
Adamson, deceased. Notice. H
The petition of D. W. Adamson. ad-
mlnistrator of tho estato of Alexander G. kmmm
Adamson, .deceased, for confirmation of kmmm
tho Bale of the following described real H
estate of said decedent, to-wit:
Ihe oast half ns) of the northwest
quarter (N,i) and lots one (lj and uvo H
IK? ,3r?,cAlon nineteen 09) and the cast
Vi1,1.,, (kVi) of the southwest quartet- H
(SW'j). and lota thrco (3) and four (4)
of section eighteen (13). all In township H
ono (1) south, range two (2) went, Salt H
Lake meridian, together .with ail springs H
and water courses or sources of water fmmm
pupply situated upon "such land or flow- IH
.ng thcrpfrom. for the Bum of $7,620. IH
And upon the following terms, towlt: H
Cash upon confirmation, as appears from H
tho return of sale, filed in this Court, has jH
been set for hearing on Friday, the 29th H
day of July, A. D. lOl, at 10 o'clock a. m.. Il
at tho County courthouse. In the court- IH
room of said court, in Salt Lake Citv, H
Salt Lake county. Utah. H
Witness the Clerk of oald (court, with H
the seal thereof affixed this ISth day of H
July, A. D. 1904. H
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. tH
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. IH
Iligglns & Senior. Attorneys for Es- IH
THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake H
County, State of Ulah. H
In 'the matter of the 03tatc of Arthur H
Van Meter, deceased. Jfotlco, H
The petition of Joseph Van Meter, ad- H
mlnistrator of the estato of Arthur Van H
Meter, deceased, praying for the settle- IH
ment of final account of said admlnis- H
trator, and for tho distribution of th H
rcslduo of said estate to the persons eu- H
titled, has been net for hearing on Friday. H
the 29th day of July, A. D. 1SC4, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the County courthouse M
in the courtroom of said court, in Salt H
Lake City. Salt Lako County, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said Court with H
the seal thereof affixed this' ISth doy of H
July. A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Ciurk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. H
Smith & Putnam, Attorneys for Estate jH
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
AJax Mining company. Office and prin-
clpal place of business, Salt Lako City. IH
Utah. Notice ls hereby given that at a- IH
meeting of the board of directors of tbe IH
Ajnx Mining company, held on the ISth H
day of July. 1904. an assessment of four (4) H
cents per share levied upon thr capi- H
tal stock of tHr- rcporation. issued and H
outstanding, payable Immediately tc h" IH
secretary at his office. Room 300, Dooly jH
Block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock tM
upon which this assessment may remain IH
unpaid on Frldav, the 19th day of August. H
1904. will ho delinquent and advertised foj;
sale at public auction, and unless payment JM
Is made before, will be sold on. Tuesday. IH
the Cth dav of September. 1904, at 1L IH
o'clock a. m., at the secretary's office, to H
pav th delinquent asaessirnt thereon, to- IH
gcther witn the costs of advertising and jl
expense of sale. jH
Bv order of the board of directors. H
J. M. BURT. Secretnrv.
306 Doolv Block. Salt Lake City, Utah.
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
Nor York Bonanza Mining comparfy, a
corporation. Principal place of business, H
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby giren that at a meet- IH
ing of tho board of directors of the New H
York Bonanza Mining company, held at jl
Salt Lako City, Utah, on the 29th day of
June. 1904. an assessment of two (2) cents H
per sharo was lovicd upon the capital JmUm
stock of the corporation. Issued and out- jH
standing, payablo Immediately to IjT. Bar- IH
nclt, secretary of the company, at his of- IH
flee. 303 D. F. Walker building, Salt Lake VM
City, Utah. gM
Any stock upon wnlch this assessment M
may remain unpaid on tho 2nd day of jB
August. 1904, will be delinquent and ad- HBB
vertlsed for sale at public auction, and, HBVJ
unless payment is made before, will be
sold on tho 25th day of August. 1904, at 2
p. m., to pay tho delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of advertla- sHBb
ing and expense of sale.
IT. BARNETT. Secretary. (I
300 D. F. . Walker Building, Salt Lako HBVI
City. Utah. yl3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Roy Jones, AVBh
plaintiff, v& J. G. Armstrong, Exchange J
Bank, a corporation. W. S. Crutcher and
Relando Preston, defendants. Summons AVBV
The State of Utah to the said defendants: iHHI
You arc hereby summoned .to appear J
within twenty days after the service of HBB
this summons upon you. if served flBVJ
within tho county in which this action HBfl
Is brought, otherwise within thirty days BBVJ
after service, and defend the above cntl- HHBb
tied action: and In case of your failure so flBVJ
to do. Judgment will lo rendered against
you according to the demand of the com- Bh
plaint, which, within ten days rtftcr sen- HHBl
ice of thb summons upon you, will be HHh
filed with tho Clerk of said court.
C. S. PRICE, Plaintiff's Attorney. jH
P. O. Address. 61 Hooper Building, 1st mmm
South Street. Snlt Lake City, Utah. yl44S
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. kmW
Estato of George N. Dow, deceased. H
' Creditors will prwent claims with H
vouchers to the undersigned at 821 East jH
Third South street. Salt Lake City, Utah,
on or before the 10th day of November, Mmmm
A. D. 1904. ALfCE I. DOW.
Executrix of Estate of George N. Dow. H
Loofbourow & Loofbourow, Attorneys TW
for Estate. H
Dato of first publication, July G. A. D. H
In tho district court In and for Salt
Lake county. Stato of Utah. Utah Com- W
merclal and .Savings bunk, a corporation, . tJH
plaintiff, vs. Matilda Gogs Beck, defend- iM
ant, to be sold at Sheriff's sale at the
west front door of the county courthouse M
In the citv nnd county of Salt Lake, State
of Utah, on the 11th day of August. A. D. iH
1901. at 12 o'clock noon of said day, all M
the right, title, claim and interest of Ma- mmt
tllda Goss Beck, defendant, in nnd to tho Hl
following described real estate, situate, iH
Ivlng and being In the city and county of IflH
Salt Lake, State of Utah, and particularly flH
described ns follows, to wit: Being porta ffH
of lots seven (7) and eight ($). block aH
eighty-eight (SS), plat "A." Salt Lako City W
survey, commencing at a point eighty-six IH
(S3) feet north of tlic southeast corner of jH
snid lot eight (S). running thenco cast jmmmM
thlrtv-threo (33) feet, thenco north ninety lmmmM
(S1) ioct. thence west twelve and one-half Qm
fl2Vi) rods, thence soutli ninety (90) feet. H
thenco east ten and one-half (lQb) rods to jH
tho place of beginning.
Purchase prlco payable In lawful money
of the United States.
C. FRANK EMERT, JH
Sheriff of Salt Lake County, State of jH
By Joseph C. Sharp. Deputy Sheriff.
.Itimes JI. Moyle, Attorney for plaintiff. 'jM
Dated ut Salt Lake City this 17th day of H
juiv. a. d i9oi yi5i3 mgm
. SHERIFF'S SALE. WmM
In the District court In and for Salt Vl
Lake County. State of Utah. Dr. Femand J333333333333333J
Ilcnrolln, plaintiff, vs. GUI S. Poyton. de- H
To be sold at Sheriff's sale at tho west Bl
front door of the county courthouso In tho WmmmW
city and county of Salt Lake, State of Wmmmu
Ulah, 011 tho lib day of August A. D. 1901. SH
at 12 o'clock noon of said day. all tho IH
right, title, claim and interest of Gill S. H
Peyton, defendant. In and to tho follow- fll
lug described real estate, situate, lying al
and being in Salt J-ako county. Slntc of BH
Utah, mid more particularly described as BjH
follows, to wil: UH
A part of lot 1. block 101. plat "D," Sail faH
Lake City survey, beginning at tho- north- Hl
west corner of said lot and running thence Ml
east 2Vi rods, thence .soutli 3 rods, thenco Ml
west 2ft rods, thenco north 3 rods to the HH
place of beginning. Purchaso price paya- tl
bio In lawful money of iho United States. tl
Dated at Salt Lake City, Utah, this 12th HH
day of July, A. D. 1901. MmmM
. C. FRANK EMERY, SH
Sheriff of Salt Lako County. IffH
By Josoph C. Sharp. Deputy Sheriff. wlJH
A. B. Sawyer, attorney for plaintiff. y941 HH