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jay With the Bankers, the Merchants aid the Brokers. J
igh Record for the Season Is
Jed In Wheat Closed Strong
fat Practically the Top.
FlGO. Aug. IC-A now high record
Vason was scored today in wheat,
fekct closed strom; at practically
Senilis of "Ct. Corn Is off
lOAta arc c down to c up. Pro
Tvaiy om I7c loss to 2c gain.
Irbe In wheat prices came with
lynxes of buying throughout tlio
fcc accompaniments of dlsnatchos
ft each Increasingly calamitous In
Sons ot ruin to tho spring wheat.
jjnB to the dispatches current, the
ft of enough for broad and seed
id to he a more sickly glimmer.
Sifts of the Northwest cut a wldo
ft nrlcc-muklns Minneapolis was
jy' ioneatlonaUy up. but tho num
Mvlnp orders sent from there were
iihan for several weeks past. Crop
Tom some of the experts who arc
rtnc over that country Is more dls
nr than ever and buying orders
ime In showed that many' sections
(fii prove heavy Insert).
slirAs more or less talk of damage
(lota from rl!8t- but from tlmt sec"
reports were conflicting. A spe
ein Whuilptz called attention to
float wheat Is being cut there in
ecalltles In best condition and that
aafie reports arc unwarranted. Tho
rlmovcmcnt In wheat was to buy
Thc market opened with sales at
ha il(C4 for September, sold to
t o Jl 01 to $1 M to $1.03 to 51.01
to 1105'i and closed 2U2'a hlgh-
tituon for yesterday s strength in
ms washed out by rains that had
ncantlme In tho places which it
Id the day before, must have rain
t perminent injury to the crop,
for corn closed Vilc lower at
pero higher at the opening, but
'Irregular, c lower to He higher
member at SlxffSl-V-fk
strong opening In sympathy
wheat, provisions weakened on
telling. September porl; closed
trer, lard 2'ic up and ribs 123j15e
otitis for foreign account on a
UR-eral scale held lard and ribs
PGE OF LEADING FUTURES,
k- Open. High. Low. Close,
it' Xo. 2-
oid . 10l'4 1 10I3& 10G
ICS's lfH 103 JOoVfe
m 103a 103 102 105
ft I01i.tr 107 101 106
S 51 '53 51
Sf 5Z 83 52 53&
.. "n 02 Gilt 52
2! 31 34 34
!?!...,... 25 35 35 35
37 3$ 37 37
Tibrk. rr bul
.11 75 11 75 11.13 11.50
!ff 11 S5 U.K. 11.57 11.00
.If. 12 20 13.27 12.97 12.07
.iper 1C0 lbs.-
k. . G,& 0.92 C.S2 C.85
!f,.. . 6.93 7.02U, G.9! G.92
rJ? 7.02 7.05 " G.97 0.07
frits, p-r 100 lbs-
7 50 7.52 7.27 7.35
5 7 30 7.52 7.32 7.37
it... . G S7 0 92 0.75 C.77
I CASH QUOTATIONS,
.quotations wcr . follows: Flour,
HtatlEfnctor . No 2 spring wheat,
J; No. 3, f Ni 2 red. $l-04(i
o: Scorn. 54l.r, No. 2 yellow, boo;
ats. 32i34c. No. 2 white, Soic; No.
fl6!0- T- '- rye 72e; good fecd
tley. V.,iti, No. 1 flaxseed, $1.15;
S'6rthwr stern. Si 23. prime timothy
1.7552 C. mess pork, per bbl , $11.50
lard, pr im lb8 . ?0.77g6.S0; short
its (looie). $7 2i7.33; dry snlted
era (boxed), nominal; short clear
(boxed). SJ)M1c, vhlsky, basis of
jtow, 11 2S. clovpr. contract grade,
KIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
flbushcls 217,3-00 30.000
WJtcJ'5 0.800 12,500
naMs, .100.100 20,500
shcls ..... ..'tOo.COO 216.S0O
iJahpls 13.CO0 12,800
j,Iroduce exchange todav the hul
ffi..13 f,rin. ermmories, 13tjl7c;
!ii V"J- KKW steady; at mark,
Kludcd, 17c Cheese steady; 7
Ivailnble Grain Supplies.
AYORK, Aug. 16. -Special tele
vln ,ciD' communications rc
Jjr Bradstrcc fs rhow the following
H.i?.uvallau, 8'PPHos us com
nih the last account:
ted States and Canada, cast
f. 'f5r '"cfe-isp. 493,000 bushels;
w ana In Europe. Increase, M-O.OOO
Will supply, lucrcase. 1.S03.C0O
f11 StnUs and Canada, oust
ilw,LiS'c..,eFrcaso- 1.173,000 bushels.
,Btflte8 und Cnnada. eaal of
wits, Increase. 2,420,000 bushels.
Mnm.CiL fr0nl 0n track (
MMo Chicago private elevators
MtuEJnc,rciiSC8 reportofl to Brad
(ChL ,inc,do 1S4.000 bushels
da PSWalQ elevators. ia.000
fe hHtc2rlh' ,2'J-0G0 hushels at
gs lu Manitoba decreased 12?,-
Bureau's Crop Koport.
mS-SISS' AUfr- 1C'-T'e weekly
report. Issued today.
dntlll.n?,ki- fountain and
K h ?5t 'hstrlela have suf
wvbbfnM"?11 ,IlouBlU. Rain
rn h" ,'lc1,11 ccicrally through
WfennBb:.fe...0V 'arge part ot
jHSrtSSi- ,c,ar,y. tnc southern and
WftSfe frn" ,,s BUfferlng more
'Ml.?.1' trotn drought
cuUlnLTl 4"corn Is be
MS i,",li)rlne I progress as
MJnrriiu ?Htnern Kansas. Tho
Ml fW' tavonible for
MrlwV inncw"7 wlnds havc
Mhw "ThG '.""sWnBLon. anu
P?on. 4 Jage aru reporter
K"' nirlh,!inv' ,Pn'hftd except
M? r Ici ,i 7", d,'"".rlcti:.
IndK, u,i ov rCd ''ioration in
Hon" belt wf,1) the greater
fcw, S 'tonllc States,
MSaiviVn,,), Paclh. c,ar,Jc "locks
f SILVER. 4.
f- New York , 57$&c -f-
-f- San Francisco 57c
-f London . 2Gd
f LEAD. -
New York exchange ?l.l5jl.20
New York exchange 512.25TJ12.50 -f-
lng tactics In Union Pacific at one time
carried It a shade above par, but the sen
timental effect of this movement upon
the general list was decisively neutralized
by the dragging tendency of United
States Steel preferred.
The feverish and Irregular fluctuations
i 1 , Metropolitan Tractions throughout
the day completed the unsettlement of
speculative sentiment and resulted In an
Important shrinkage in the volume of the
dealings. Tho professional leadership of
the market seemed Inclined to acquiesce
In the reaction by admitting that It was
normally due after tho extensive rise in
prices which lias occurred.
The apcclal weakness of United States
Steel preferred was clearly duo to the
anxiety over tho market position for fin
ished steel, which makes the mainten
ance of association prices precarious.
Holders of the steel stocks were disposed
to see special danger to tho market for
steel products In tho spread of labor
troubles In tho building trades.
Reports reached "Wall street of plans for
further reduction of working forces bv
the Pennsylvania and Rock Island sys"
tems, which pointed to further retrench
ment In the railroad world In general.
Tho development of great strength In tho
corn market wns the subject of ome
sober consideration as ureat reliance Is
placed on a prosperous corn crop for the
good things which the present stock mar
ket is attempting to anticipate.
The weekly bulletin of the weather bu
reau seemed to offer official grounds for
the rise In tho corn market. But tho
day's news brought reports of rain in tho
corn belt and predictions of more for to
morrow. Tho rise In tho Rock Island Is
sues was alleged to bo duo to tho good
corn prospects. The bulletin pointed out
some deterioration in the condition of
cotton, bul tho rise In Louisville & Nash
ville was apparently an offset to this In
lluencc. Reports from many sources of
spring wheat damage continued verv vu
merous. Sugar drop followed the repiV
of a reductlonln Its refined product.
Interior exchanges are turning gradu
ally acralnst New York, forceshadowlng
tho crop moving demand for money. But
tho New York money market Is totally
unruflled as yet. The market closed easy
after a futile attempt to rnllv It bv mark
ing up Louisville & Nashville 2 points.
Bonds were Irregular. There were sharp
reactions In the Central of Georgia in
comes. Total sales, par value. $3,595,000.
uiuicu duiics us auvanceu ana sa reg
istered and tho new is registered Vi and
tho old Is , while the new -Is coupon i
declined per cent on call todny. I
NEW YORIC BONDS.
U. S. refunding L. & N. uni-
2s, reg lOISi fied Is 101&
U. S. refunding Man. con. gold
2s, coup lOIJi is MKfti
U. S. 3s reg.... 101& Hex. Con. 4s... Gli
U. S. 3s. coup.. 105 "ylcx. Com. int
U. S. now 4s, Inc 73
registered .... 131V Minn. & St. L.
U. S. new 4s. -Is OCvi
coupon 131 M K. & T. 4s. 30
U. S. old -is, do. 2ds 7S
regishtcred .. 107 Nat. R. R. of '
U. S. old -is, Mex. con. 4s. 7C
coupon 107 N. Y. Cen. gen.
Atchison gon- 3s OOi
eral 4s 103Vt N. J, Cen. gen.
Atchison adj 4s 95 5s 132
Atlantic Coast Nor. Pac. 4s.. 105
Line 4s 1C0K do. 3s 74
Bait. & O 4s... 103 Norf. & W con.
Bidt. & 0'3s.. 91 Is 102
Cen, of Gcor Ss. Ill O. S. U As and
Central of G 1st partlc 05Vj
inc.... $2 Penn. con v. 3s 0S
Chesapeake & Read gen Is... 03
O 4s 105 St. L. & I. M.
Chi. & Alton consol 5s .... 11C
3s. pfd 78 St. L. & S. F.
Chi., B. Q fg. 4s S34
new 4s 97 St. L.,& S. AV
Chi, M. z SI. lsts ; 9S
P gen, 4s 103 Seaboard Air
Chi. & North- Line 4s 71
west'n con 7s. 12S S. P. 4s 94
Chi, R. I. & P. S. Railway .5s. 117
R. ; 73 T. & P. Is 119
Chi. R. 1. Si P. Tol., Sh L. &
R. R col. 5s.. Sl Western 4s .. i
C. Ct C. & St. U.; P. 4s 1051
"L. gon. is.... 10114 do. conv. 4s 103;fc
Chi. Term. 4s.. (Kft U. S. Stsel 2d
Col & S. 4s SI 5s 7S
Den. & R G 4s 100 Wabash la .... 117
s ay do. deb, B. .. 01
Erie gen. 4s.... S5 Wheel. &. L, E.
F. W. & D. C. 4 ,. f.l
1st 103 Wis. Cen. Is... 83
Hock. V. 4s.. 10S'Colo. Fuel. con. 5S
! CLOSING STOCK LIST.
. , , Sales.Hlch.Low.Close.
Atchison 30.100 81 SI Sl
preferred SCO 9S4 OS OS
Baltimore & Ohio.. 4C0 S5 S4 S4
preferred 100 91 91 91 '
Canadian Pac 2,400 123 127 127
Cent, of N: J 100 ICS 105 165 "
Cheo. & Ohio 5,000 3S 37 39
Chi. & Alton 700 40 ' 39 29
cui. & gl w l.oco 15 nyt m
Chicago & NW.... 100 1S3 1S3 181
C. M. & St. P IS.iOO 151 150 150
preferred 11 y
Chicago T. St T - 07
preferred 000 10 10 151
C. C. C. & St. 1 75
Colorado Southern 300 15 15 1514
First preferred 1.GO0 51 50 G0
Second preferred 21
Del. A Hudson 1.600 101 1C0 100
Del., L. & W 301) 275 273 270
Denver & R. G.... 400 23Tfi 23 23
preferred 200 74 74 73
Erie 10.100 20 2t5 20
First pVeferrcd .. 2,000 05 01 01-,
Secoml preferred. 2C0 39 35 33
Hocking Valley .. 100 72 72 72
preferred 700 S3 S2 S2
Illinois Central .... 2.1C0 137 lSOuT 130
lown Central lOo 20 20 '" 19
preferred 35 "
Knnsns City So. 2
preferred ICO 13 48 43
li- & N 7,200 122 119 1211
Manhattan L M0 162 .151 151
Met. Securities 3S.200 05 93 93
Met. St. Ry 12.300 125 123 123
Minn. & St. 1 100 52 52 f2
hi., o. 1 . esc o. a. ill. 10 Tf, 7li
preferred 1.100 180 130 130
Missouri Pacific .. 13,300 95 94 91
M.. K. & T 1,300 20 20 20
preferred 2,300 43 43 42
Mox. Nat. pfd 7 .... a7
New York Cen...t.. GOO 120 I20V'i 120
Norfolk. & Went 4.&0D Gl 0Si 03
Ontario & AVest.... 11.200 82 31 31
Pennsylvania 27,500 123 122 122
P.. C. C. & St. L. 300 05 05 " 05
Rending 5,700 55 5-1 51
First preferred .. 1.100 Sl Sl SIW
Second preferred. 200 72 "2 71
Rock Island Co,... 44,100 26 215, 4u'.
preferred 5,400 05 GG C0
S. L. A:. S. F. 2nd p. 2,9J0 59 5S 59
St. L. SW. ... 800 16 10 10
preferred 1,100 39', 33 " as
Southern Pac 41,400 50 OoW 55
Southern . Ry G.SOO 20 2W, 2fi4t
preferred 800 92 91 92
Texas & Pacific.... 2,200 23 2S?i 2S
T.. St. L. & W asv
preferred 200 59 39 39 '
Union Pacific SS.100 100" ;ts 99
preferred 200 01 9IV4 91
Wabash 5C0 1S IS 13
preferred 1,200 37 v 37 37
W. & L. E : 15
AVls. Cen 100 17 17 17
preferred 300 40'4 40 40
Mexican Cen 1,300 10 10 10
Adams , 225
United States 105
Wells-Fargo 100 214 211 212
Amal. Copper -25,400 "5li 53 53
Am'. Car & Fdy,.,. 500 19z 1S 1S
prefurrod , 7S
Am. Cotton Oil .. 100 32& 32 32
Sweet Potatoes Are on the Market
Ecd Cabbage Comes
Cantaloupes were again severely cut
I yesterday. Utah Rocky, Fords were low
ered to 00 cents a dozen, and tho highest
. price that rules on the market Is 51.00. The
retail quotation was five for 15 cents. Red
j cabbage and sweet potatoes are tho new
j arrivals, and both are In very good condl
I tlon. Red cabbage retails at the rate -of
four pounds for 25 cents. The wholesale
price Is 5 cents a pound. Sweet potatoes
are worth 10 cents a pound wholesale, and
they retail at two pounds for a quarter.
Fruit and vegetables are -still coming in
rapidly and plentifully, and tho only thing
that hangs lire Is grain." Prices are on
the down grade, and the quality of tho
provisions that are being received In Salt
Lake, on the whole, Is high.
Hay, Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
bale, 30C5c; alfalfa. $10.0JS 10.50; timothy,
per ton. baled, $14.0OQ'15.00; wheat, per
I bushel. 90c1.00; corn, por cwt.. II.IO
1.50; corn, cracked, $1.451.55; outs. S1.S0;
rolled oats. $1.93; barley, rolled, 31.40gl.45;
Hour, bakers' No. 1. $2 30; Hour, straight
grade, $2.40; Hour, high patent, $2.C0; rye.
52. GO; Graham Hour, !B.50.t(2.70; cornmcnl,
Jl.SOffl.W; bran, $1.0081.10; bran and
Meats Dressed beef, pound, 5j5iGc;
dressed veal, per pound. Sc; dressed pork,
per pound. 7c; dressed lambs, per pound,
10c; dressed mutton, per pound, Gc; spring
Jamb, wholesale, $2.75; spring lamb, quar
ter, retail, 31.0051.50.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 17c; ducks, 'pet
pound, 15H0c; live poultry, per pouniL.
15c; frozen broilers, 22c; live broilers, per
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case, $4.03;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen, GOcGSl.OO; Utah
watermelons, dozen, 75cQ$2.00; Utah apri
cots, buahel. $1.251.50; Utah raspberries,
case. $2.00: Payette cantaloupes, case, $3,00;
grapes, case, $1.00; Utah apples, bushel,
S1.005J1.50; Utah currant?, case. $1,2581.60:
Santa Paula lemons, box. $1.50; peaches,
box. 50875c; plums, box, 75c; Utah black
berries, case, $1.75; Utah cherries, pound,
08,10c; bananas, per bunch, $2.50; tigs and
dates. 5c, Sc and 10c; limes, per 100, fl.tO;
gooseberries, pound. Sc; )Jears, $2.00; trag
edy prunes, $1.75; dewberries, case. $2.U);
Utah nears. box. SI 50! Clllfornln nt?n hnv
$2.25; Hubbard squash, dozen. $1.50.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100. $0.30; cane
sugar. $G 40.
Vegetables Best marrowfat peas, bush
el. 75c; new celery, dozen. 76c; parsnips,
dozen bunchea. 50c; California lettuce,
dozen, 50c: green corn on cob. dozen, 20c;
new peppers, per pound, Ge; Utah sum
mer squash, dozen, 20c; Utah tomatoes,
75c a bushel; Utah cucumbers, dozen. 10c;
yellow onions, per 100, $3.00; vegetable
marrow, dozen. GOc, red cabbage, pound.
5c; sweet potatoes, per pound, 10c; Utah
cauliflower, pound, 5c; wax beans, per
bushel. 75c; Utah cabbage, per 100, $1.25;
new potatoes, bushel. 75c; bunch turnips,
per dozen. 15c; green onions, per dozen,
12e; "Utah lettuce, 12ff20c; radishes,
Utah. 10c; pumpkins, dozen, $2.00; golden
tomntow, pound, lc; Utah egg plant, Ce.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. 19c;
cheese, per pound, 10c; eggs, per case,
$0.50; comb honey, pjr crate, $2.75; swelt
zer cheese, per pound. ISc; llmburger
cheese, per pound. lGe; cream brick cheese,
per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per dozen,
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 30c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trc-tit. 33c; Utah cat
fish, 12c: halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound. 15c; shad, per pound, 10c, Mack
inaw trout, lGc; mackerel, 13c; soles, per
pound, 9c; flounders, per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c: catfish, per
pound, 13c; perch, per pound, 10c; crabs,
$2.C0; Spanish mackerel. 20c; wall-eyed
Meats. Prime rib. 17c; porterhouse,
25c; pork, 15c; mutton chops, 10815c; legs.
15c; spring lamb, per. quarter, $1.0081.a0;
veal. 12820c; veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens. ISc; broilers, 25
850c; lurkcyH, 25c; geese. 22c: ducks, 20c;
roast springs. 25c; springs. 35800c.
Fruits. Utah apricots, pound, 5c; Utah
lan, por quart. 20c; Utah apples, pound,
5c; Utah blackberries. 10c; dewberries.
10c; currants.- 10c. figs. 15825c; water
melons, each, 10810c: lemons, per dozen,
25c: oranges, per dozen, 40860c; peaches,
per pound, 5c; cherries. lC&20c. Oregon
cherries. 15c;, bananas, per dozen, 30c;
pears, three pounds, 25c; limes. 2c; plums,
10c: gooseberries, per quart, 10c; Lafav
ette cantaloupes. 12c;-Ulah .watermelons,
23850c; Utah cantaloupes, five for 15c;
grapes (black). 12c; grnoos (white), 12e;
-Utah pears, pound, 10c; California figs,
Vegetables. New celery, two bunches
for 15c; Utah csg plant, three pounds for
25c; parsnips, bunch. 5c; Utah peppers.
three pounds for 25c; peas, per peck, 25c;
red cabbage, four pounds for C5e: ewect
potatoes, two pounds for 25c; green corn
on cob, dozen. 25c, vegetable marrow, two
for 15c; Utah summer squash, three for
10c; Utah cucumbers, four for 0c; cauli
flower. 7c; now potatoes; pcrypound. lc;
wax beans, 5c; cabbage, pen pound, Sc;
turnips, per pound. 2c; green onions. 2c,
enrrots. 2c; beets. 2c; Utah tomatoes,
three pounds for 0c; lettuce, 5c; California
lettuce, two for lac; pumpkins, 20c; Hub
bard squash. 20c.
Dairy Products. Butler, per pound. 25c;
cheese, 12c, eggs, per dozen. 25c; fancv
cheese, per pound. 25c; comb honov, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, per pound. ISc;
Swiss 'cheese, per pound, 40c; llmburgtr
cheese, per pound. 00c; cream brick
cluese. 25c: Edam cheese, each. $1.23
Fresh Fish. Black baas. 35c; .salmon.
lc; mountain trout. 40c: brook trout,
each, 12c; Utah catllsiu per pound, 15c
halibut, loc: striped bass. 20c; shad 15c '
Mackinaw trout 20c; soles. 12c; floun
ders. 12c; smelts, 15c; codfish. 15c; porch,
12c: sturgeon, 15c; crabs, each, 25'fi30c-wall-eyed
American Ice 200 07 0G 00
preferred 400 27 27 u. "7
Am. Linseed Oil..,. 100 11 11" lny,
Am. Locomotive ,. 300 21 21 21.
preferred " gc"
Am. S. & R 3,500 00 59 09
preferred J00 lOi 101 " 103
Am. Sugar R 20,800 133 1SI 132
Anaconda Mln. Co,. 100 73 73 73
f-;kn. R. T 13.700 51 53& 53
Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 100 31 30 30-v.
Con. Gas ;., 3.GX. 197 iw; 193
Corn Products 2,000 14 13 13
preferred 400 G0 09 G3
Distillers' Sec 22"
General Electric . 7CO 105 11314 C4
Inte'rnat Paper ... 200 16 10 nsj
preferred 300 72 72 72
National Lead .... COO 27 22 22
iN'orth American .. 100, 89 i9 SS "
Pad Ho Ar II 27
People's Giih 2.100 101 101 100
Pressed Steel Car. 100 $3 38 33
Pullman Pal. Car 217
Republic Steel 200 07 07 07
preferred 300 II 43 42
Rubber Goods .. 300 17 17 17
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. 3,109 45 41 41
U. S. Leather 3O0 07 07 nv0
preferred COO S S5 si
U. S. Realty 47
U. S. Rubber 19
TJ. S. Steel :.: 14.400 12 11 12
proforrod 3S.300 59 5S 59
W'house Klectrlc .. 100 159 1G94 159
.AVcMWrn Union 83
Total sales for the day, 003,200 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Aug. ltf. Bar silver, 57c.
Mexican dollars, 45c.
.SAN FRANCISCOug. lC-Silvcr bars.
Mexican dollars. 4&8J6c.
Drafts, sight. 7c, telegraph ,10c '
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Aup. 10. Money on call,
easy. 8l per cent; no closing bld;i of
fered at 1 per cent.
Time loana, easy and dull; sixty and
ninety days. 282 per cent; sjx months,
3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 48-4 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actnnl
business In bankers' bills at $4.$7.&3JKSS
for demand, and nt $4,S3.3084.5.35 for
Posted rates, $4 SC84.SC and $I.S98-I.S9.
Commercial bills. $IS5.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Aug. 16. Whllo London
cabled a slight decline In the tin market,
with spot closing at 121 15 and futures at
123 5s, the local market was firm and a
-little higher, with spot quoted nt $2G.908
The London copper market was slightly
higher, with spot at 57 13s and futures
57 2s Cd. Locally, tho market Is reported
steady. Lake Is quoted at $12.62; elec
trolytic, $12.50f?12.G2; casting. $12.25812.50.
Lead was unchanged at 11 lCs 3d in
London, but dpclined about 5 points In the
lociil market and closed at $4.15?-l.20.
Speltor was unchanged lovllv at $1,850
I 95. but was higher in London, where opot
Is 22 7s Gd.
Iron closed at 02s in Glasgow and at
4s 3d in Mlddlosboro. Locally, Iron h
quiet; No. 1 foundry Northern. $11.00?
14 &0; No 2 foundry Northern. $13 75814.00;
No. 1 foundry Southern and No 1 foundry
Southern soft, $13.608'13,75.
-HIAG. AuS- ltJ- Cattle Receipts.
iQ0'. Western, 200; market steady . good to
prime steers, $5.0086.00; poor to medium
$I.09tfl.90; mockers and feeders. $2.258110;
cows, $1.2584.00; heifers. $2.008,4.75; can
ners. $1.2582.!0; bulls. $2.0081 00; calves.
$2.508G.00: Western steers, $3.5084.75.
Hogs Receipts, 10,000; stoadv to strong;
mixed and butchers. $5.2085.50; good to
choice heavy. $5 20?r5.l5: rouKh heavy
$4.9085.25, light, $5.2585.50; bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts, 15.000; sheep and lamb
steady to 10c lower; good to choice weth
ers. $3,009 1.00; fair to choice mixed, $2 758
3.1.0; Western sheep, $2.758-SfX). native
lambs. $4.(080.00; Western lambs. $3 758
KANSAS CITY. Mo , Aug 1G.-Cattle -Recclpts,
000; steady; natlvo steers. $3.75
GO.So; native cows and heifers, $1.758'I-S5;
slockors and fcodcra, $2.2584.25: bulls. $2.00
G"3 50, calves, $2,008-1.75: "Western steers,
$2 7585.25: Western cows, $1.7583.50.
Hogs Receipts, MOO: Htronp: to 5c hith
er, bulk of safes. $5.0585.20; heavy, $3,008
5.15; packers, $5.0585.20; pigs and lights,
Sheep Receipts. 2000: steady; muttons.
$3.2584.25; lambs, $1.0086.00; range weth
ers. $3,408-1-25: ewes. $3.0083.75.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nob., Aug. lG.r-Cattlo
Receipts. 3000; market steady, natlve
steers. $3.7585.&0: cows and heifnrs, $2,758
3.75: Western steers, $3.4084.50; Texas
steers. $2.7583.75; range cows and heifers.
$2.0083.25: canncrs, $1.2582.00; mockers and
feeders, $2.5083.75; calves, $3.0085,(0; bulls,
stags, etc.. $-'.0083.50.
Hogs Receipts. 5000; market stronger;
heavy. $4.95fi5,05. mixed. $4.9585.00: light.
$5.0585.75; pigs, $4.5086.00; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 3500; market steady;
"Westerns. $3,9j8'I."5; wethers. $3.5083.00;
ewes, $2.7583 25; common and stockcrs,
$1.COS3.50; lambs, $4.7580.00.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 16. "Wheal,
weaker: December, $1.48. t
Barley December, $1.09.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 1G. Wool steady to
firm; medium grades combing aiid cloth
ing. 20825c; light fine, HVffEOc; heavy
fine, 128'lGc; tub washed. 228'35c.
' Ifow York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. A UK. 16. Sugar, raw.
firm; fair refining, 311-lGc; centrifugal 9G
test, 4c; molasses sugar, 3 7-lGo; refined,
firm; crushed, $5.90; powdered, $5.30; gran
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Autr. 10. Butter, firm;
street prices; extra creamery, lS-8'lc;
official prices unchnnucd. Cheese, firm.
Eggs, irregular, unchanged.
j COMMISSION CO. '
ft Continuous quotations on New 'A
k York Stocks and Chicago Grain
i Wo buy and sell stocks and grain -I
: i . on margin or for cosh. Our prlvute "fj
rooms enable our customers to J
i come in and transact business with
3 the utmost secrecy. jt
j Wrllo or call for our Book ot In- E
S formation ("System of Specula- .
7 tlon"). free upon application, i
5 Room3 200-210-211-212 D. F. Walker i
? block 1
Members Snlt Lake Stock and
3j Mining Exchange 'Phono G99
NOTICE OP SALE ' OF UNCLAIMED FREIGHT.
Notice I3 hereby given that the Rio Grande Western Railway company will
sell the goods and property hereinafter described, at public autcion at Its freight
warehouse In Its railroad yard In Salt Lake Cltv, State of Utah, commencing the
sele at 10 o clock 2 m. on the 24th day of August. 1904, and continuing from day to
day until all tho property is sold.
Part of said property has not been accepted or taken away, and charges there
on paid by tho consignees or persona authorized to receive same within two months,
and has remained In the possession of the company, which Is a common carrier,
unclaimed for more than two months from the time of arrival at tlio points of con
signment, ar.d part of said property was left with said company to await shipment,
and no shipping Instructions were given nor shipment made for two months.
All of said properly, or so much thereof as may be necessary, will bo sold to
pay freight, back charges, storage, handling, care and necessary cost of 3ale, In-
eluding cost of removing same to place of sale.
Name and Address Name of Consignor Descrl ptlon of
of Consignee so and From What Property so Far
Far as Known. Place Shipped, so as Known. Amount of Lien
Far as Known.
Utah Sugar. Co., Ogden. C. A. Mfg. Co.. New York City, 1 brl. E. paint $ 3.43
D. B. Crawford, Ogden, W. H. Blntz. Salt Lake. 1 box tin signs C3
John Scowcroft & Sons. Oden. not known, Sprlngfiei , Mass., 2 cs, B. B, batta 2.59
Eg. G. Ogden, Ogden, P. W. & Son, New Orleans, 1 bale curled hair 6.06
Wm. Fltts, Ogden. not known, Klckapoo, Ind.. 1 box dry goods , 5.15
Chus. Hubrlcht. Ogden. Chns. I-Iubricht, Salt Lake 1 bdl. bedding 76
Ed Storey, Ogden, Ed Storey, Salt Lake, 1 bdl. bedding ... ,S2
Shipper's order, notify Van Walters, Ogdc-n, Schultz Co., Chicago, 1 organ
boxed .-r. 11.93
A. C. Larson, Ogden, Mills Novelty Co., Chicago, 3 crates auto-physical - test
ing machines , , 23.52
Jacob Johnson, Ogden, F. W. Main & Co., Iowa City, la.. 1 showcase, 1 table.. 7.45
J. K. Mclbor. Ogden, J. K. Melber, Salt Lake, 1 bdl. bedding 2.79
SALT LAKE CITY. .
E Williams, not kr.on. Chicago, 2 brl. r.rt materials c.75
Salt Lake Cleaning Co.. E. E. Rork, Gunnlr-on, uk. Fuller's earth 1.51
Jos. Bombeek, Shelly. Mt. Nebo. 1 sk. c'.ay S9
E. F. Frankle. E E. Rork. Gunnison. I nks. Fuller's earth , s.24
E. N. Jenkins, not known, 1 piano stool v , 10
Mrs. C. B. Muchlow. Canon City, Colo., I trunk, 1 crt pictures t 10 S9
Dr. Edgar B. Millert. Q. N. L. Co.. St. Louis, 1 oil stove top 2.50
G. B. Clyde, G. B. Clyde. Provo. 1 crt. picture frameu 67
W. A, Bremer, Jno. Manvllle, Milwaukee 2 boxes firo extinguishers 3.75
Salt Lake Cleaning Co.. E. E Rork, Gunnison, 1 box Fuller's earth 70
Marked (No. 550), not known, Denver, 1 crate wood handles 4. 03
Shipper's order, notify C. R. Waller. Eagle Tool Co., Cincinnati, 2 boxes fire ex
U. S. Mining Co., not known, St. Louis. 1 piece wrought iron pipe 3.30
Marked (C). not known. Little Rock, Ark., 1 box fuoe 5.32
C. IT. Ackerman. Van Ness Tfr. Co., San Francisco, 1 box nut meats (... 2.73
Theo. Brubaek, Chas, Casper. Havre, France, 5 cases baryles 95.51
Mrs. M L. Cummlnga, Am, Cereal Co., Toronto, O., 1 box earthen waro 3. 00
Chris Anderson (Farmlngton), not known. Pueblo, 1 barrel glassware 5.GC
Not known, not known, Bingham, 1 lr. oil barrel ,. .00
Selh Plxton Co. (Rlverton), Peters Shoe Co., St. Louis. 3 cases boots and shoes 0.63
Geo. Kerrldgc MInturn, 1 box H. II goods , ,S5
Not known. Sears, Roebuck Co., Rockford, ill)., 1 box casting 4.22
Not known. Sears Roebuck Co., Englewood, 111., 1 crt. mach casting 3.S6
C H. La Belle, E. E. Rork, Gunnison, 1 sk. Fdller's earth 95
Shipper'!! order, notify G. G Hall. Cunningham Furniture Co.. Chicago, 1
auto slot machine , ,, .., 2. 40
G. N Herbert, E. Buckley, Ogden, 2 bundles books k
Not known, not known, Sunni'slde, 1 box tin dishes , 30
J. R Austin, Frank Austin. Ogden. 1 bundle old rubber tires 03
Peter Bullor. E. Martin & Co., Sun Francisco, 1 barrel whisky, 10 ct. gin,
barrel brandy. barrel wine 21.5S
C. F. Browning, C. F. Browning, Grand Junction, f pkgs. IT, H. goods "s 00
Bennett G. & P. Co., G. F. P. Co.. Detroit. Mich.. 9 crates paper boxes 63 '2
Frank Cozza. F. Hoff, CoKon, 1 bundle bedding 70
Rosetta Crowley. Rosetta Crowley, Pari: City, l cot , 30
G. E. Elmer, not known. Cincinnati, O., 1 bbl. whisky , 13)01
Wm W. Lloyd Web Freyschlag Co, Kanaso3 City, 1 case tablets '.. 2 10
Kelth-O'Brlcn Co., Taft Mach Co., Providence, R. I., l case display racks..... 4.95
J. P. Mollstrup, not known, 3 boxes scales 2i!s9
J. P. Mollstrup, not known, 3 boxes scales , 22 $1
Fred McGuirln. Am. Law Book Co., Albany, N. Y.. 1 euso bootts ,, 15
J. P Paulson, not known, New York, 1 box. 2 brls, varnish, 1 bbl. filor 41 33
Rlescr St Llndlcy, E. Gato, New York. 1 case clgurs .'. lo'-'S
Spencer & White, not known. Springfield 111., 1 box poultry food ". - 2 43
F. B. Laying, Beckln's Van & Si. Co.. San Francisco, 1 pkgs. IT. II. goods..!! J3!$5
D. A. Martel. Courtney Shoe o., St. Lonia, 4 cases boots and shoes 5 13
Dr. M. R. Stewart, B. Al. Cornish, Mammoth, 4 pkgs. H. II. goods " 7 7.1
Shipper's order, notify Deseret News. American Surety Co., New l'ork City
1 case envelopes 1- , '
Shipper's order, notify F. MeCulloch. W. Esklne, Burlington, In., 3 pkgs, car.
pet beaters .1 j-o
A, H. Steel. J. A Hill Pub. Co . New York City. 1 box books !!.!"!!!! M
H. IT. Stevens, International Mfg. Co., Parsons, Kan., 1 case poultry food 0 5
Salt Lake Saddlery Co. D. 11. Works, Froeland, N. Y., 1 pkg. harness , 3'"i
Voge'.er Seed & Prod. Co.. not known, Ltuclon. Mass., 2 nags chopped wheat .... 3 so
Chas, Van Dyke, Andrew Jergins Co., Cincinnati. O., 3 boxes soup, J cases pi'r-
fumcrv . ' Tit
E. F. Russel. not known, Provo 2 wire stretchers, 1 bundle hardwood. .. 3 13
H, E. Rich. Jr., Am. Sales Book Co, Elmlra. N. Y., 1 case books ; '(3
Geo. Mullett & Co., Quaker Cit Snirt Co., Norristown, Pa., 1 case dry goods. ' 15 19
C. J. Peterson, C. J. Peterson, Sevier, 1 roll bedding, 1 bundlo carpet '. "i'l0
Chls E, Olson. Co-op, Price, 1 crate marble " $
H. K. North, McConnell School Supply Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 2 boxes maps" ." s'f.
AI111 Creek Cash Store. Chamberlain Med. Co., Dos Moines, 3 boxes pai. nied i "
box adv. mat ' .1-73
S. Manley. Tumor Van !: Storage Co.. Denver, 1 bbl. 11. H. goods ; ss
IT. Madden. H. AInddon, Palisade, Nov., t roll bedding ' '
A. C. Morris, A. C. Morris, Snrlngvllle, 1 box tlmvnru '(.-"
W. Murrav, W. Alurray, Salt Lake, 2 slot machines 033
W IC. Lawrence, W. E. Lawrence. Crlpplo Creek. 2 boxes 11. II. goods Tf
Fred AlcOurrln, Wlrget Concrete Alnch. Co. Columbus, O. 1 cement block" " g'C
J. W. Allttaln, J. A. B., Eureka, Utah., 1 box fruit jars
W. Gardner, O. Co., Chicago, 111, 1 Iron pump .... , 3'
J. G. McDonald Candy Co.. not known, Florence, Colo., 1 box candy .' "" 3'7u
Harry Hatcher, Harry Hatcher. 1 bundle blankets ... , V
F. G. Hope. F. G. Hope. Oklnhoma, O T , 1 box machinery ' 468
Dr. Ian Grant. Cal. Trans. Co., San Francisco. 1 crate, 1 box adv. matter eV
E. II. Hamilton. E. IT. Hamilton, Gunnison, Utah. 1 range (closet att) 4 si
Joe Falsetto, Geo. A. Bayle. St. Louis, 1 bundle crackers 70
B. F. Earls. Cravel Vinegar Co.. Denver. burrel vinegar ; 3 $7
Geo. Al. Downing. Goo. Ai. Downing. Tucker, 1 stove, 1 bdl. pipe. 1 box fixts...!. "'"3
S. AI. Chamberlain, Sidney Alay Chamberlain, Denver. 3 pkgs. II, H. goods.... 39 17
Edna Armstrong, IT. Coppage, Cameron, Colo.. 1 pkg. H. H. goodH 7 w
L. J. Armstrong, Clinton Alelalllc Paint Co., Clinton, 111., 1 tub cement 3 CO
Gen. Bates. Orvlllo Bates, Flagstaff, Ariz., 1 box H. IL goods 25
p. Buller Brewing Co.. Paul Jones. Dlst. Co., Louisville, Ky 1 brl., 3 cases
whfnky , 10
A. D. Holmes. Airs. E. Kclley. Sioux City, la., 1 box per. orrect.s.. , , . C3
Al Neumeyor. National Bakers' Egg Co., Sioux City. Ia.. 2 boxes dose; eggs ... 2.24
Shlpper'n order, notify Wlllard S. Meade, Morgan Safe Co., Chicago, l 3lot
machine ". , , 3 "0
Shipper's order, notify F. A. Nephew & Co., Alorgnn Safe Co., Chicago, 7
trunks, slot machine , , oj c.,
Geo. E. Blair, J. W. C, Pittsburg, Pa, 1 box notions Vll
Ecllpso Grocery &. Aleat Co., Dunham Alfg. Co.. St. Louis, 12 cases desc. cocoa
nut , j. 9 75
Nclden-Judson Drug Co.. Lincoln Prop. Co., Ft. AVayno. Ind.. 4 cases herbs.... s'so
W. Brozel. J. G. Ebertaon. Colb. SprlngB, 3 pkgs. H. H. goods n
A. "W, Bortreaux, Utnli Bill Posting Co., Ogden, 1 box pat. mud., 1 crate tin
signs , 49
Af. Dormatty, L. Dennatty, Houston. Tex., 1 box per. effects ,,' 1700
IT. Greene, J. D. Alorrlaon & Son, Chicago, 1 box books .r,., o 33
J. Sullivan, J. Sullivan, Blng. Junction. 1 bundlo blankets "'5
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County ClcrV or the rcspebtlvo
efgnc-rs tor further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Amanda Al. Pierce deceased.
The petition of Adam Spiers, the execu
tor of the estate of Amnnda AI. Pierce,
deceased, praying for an order of salo of
real property of oaid decedent, and that
all persons interested appear- before the
said court to show cause why an" order
should not be granted to sell ho much ns
3hall be necessary of the following-described
real estate oi said deceased, to
wit: The north half () of lot eight (5)
block twenty-seven (27), plat "B," Salt
Lake City survey, has been set for hear
ing on Saturday, the 20th day of August,
A. D. 1301, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the coun
ty courthouse, in the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of
August, A. D. 1901.
Seal. JOHN JAAIES, Clerk-
By J. U. Eldredgc, Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
G. IL Backmari, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, In and for Salt Lake county, State
of Utah, Department No. 1. In the mat
ter of tho estate of Honry Stratford, de
Tho petition of Flora Hopkins, pravlng
for the admission to probate of a certain
document, purporting to be tho last will
and testament of Henry Stratford, de
ceased, and for the granting of letters tes
tamentary to herself, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 2nd day of Sep
tember. A D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse, In the courtroom
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
"Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 11th day of
Aucust, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAAIES, Clerk.
By J. U. Eldredgc, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
M. AI. Kalghn, Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of S. B. Thurston, deceased. No
tice. The petition of George Fox, praying for
tho issuance to himself of letters of ad
ministration, in the estate of S. B. Thurn
ton, dcceas4d. has been set for hearing
on Friday, tho 2nd day of September A
D. 1904. at ten o'clock a. m., at tho countv
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said
court, m Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this Sth dav of
August. A. D. 1901. J 01
wnr J tt T'i 1 ,J011?7 JAMES. Clerk.
r? n wiife JrCAde' Jr" Puty Clerk.
D. O. Wllley. Attorney for Petitioner
T TNION ASSAY OFPICE,
II. S. HANAUER, AInr.agcr.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY AIAIL AND EXPRESS"
will recelvo prompt attention. Analytica
Trork a specialty. Send for price list.
I CMOIN -
OFFICIAL CATjTj FOB REPTJBLl
The Republican electors of Salt Lake l
county. Utah, will meet in their rcspec
live election districts on Frldav. Au-u-it
19 1SOI. at S o'clock p. m., for trio pufpwo
of electing delegates to the Republican
State convention, which will be he hi
the Salt Lake Theatre on August 23 looi
Districts Nos. 1, 2, .3, 4. 5, 0, 7. 3, 9 lb il
12, 13, 10, IS. 20. 22. 27, 23. 29, 32. 33 39 A' 1
41. 42. 43, 45, 47. 48, 49, 51, 53, 61, 57 - GO Ir' 1
72. 78, aro entitled to two dolcnates each
Districts Nps. II, 15,17,19.21.23 2-1 w 1
30, 31, 34. 35, 37, 33. 44, 40, CO, 52 65 SO ' GR
59, Gl, 65, 67, 08. 73. 75, 70, 77, 79 &)' Si' P' ,
83, SI. 85. SC, S7, S3, 9 and 90, are entitled :
to 0110 delegato each. ;
Districts Nos. 30 and 91 are consolidated ' il
and aro entitled to one delegato,
Districts Nos. 03, 64 and C5 are consoll- .
dated and are entitled to one delegate
Districts Nos. 09, 70 and 71 aro consoll
dated and are entitled to one delegate
Districts Nos. 92 and 74 are consolidated '
and arc entitled to ono delegate. '
It Is earnestly recommended that tho
primaries be conducted ln the following '
manner: That tho district chairman in '
each district appoint three miltable Re- '
publicans to act as Judges of the primary
one to lake down tho names and addresses '
of all persons voting; that the voting bo fl
by ballot, and tho primaries be held open
at least one hour (from S to 9 o'clock p
m.). All Republicans applying between
the above-mentioned hours who aro entl- i IH
tied to vote should bo given tho oppor
tunlty. Bv order of the Republican county com
mlttee. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., 1
IT. H. SAIITH. Secretary.
Dated August 11. 1901. z7S7 ,
DELINQUENT NOTICE. ,
Albion Alining company. Principal 1
place of business, Salt Lako City, Utah. !
Location of mines, Alta, Little Cotton- '
wood mining district. ,
Notice Thcro are delinquent upon tho .
following described stock on account of :
assessment No. S. of 5 cents per share, :
levied on the 2nd day of July, 1901, tho
several amounts set opposuo tho nnd
of tho respective shareholders, as follows.
No. No. Amt
Cert. Name, Shares. Due.
110 Ernest Eklns ,.1,000 $50.00
207 John Johnson 500 25,00
2CiS John Johnson 500 25. CO
And In accordance v.-ith law and an or
der of the board of directors made on tho
2nd day of July, ISO), so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as may bo ne-cessar-
will be sold at public auction at
the office of tho company, at Room 12,
Walker Bank building, 8 W. 2nd South
sL, Salt Lako City. Utah, on Tuesday,
tho 23rd day of August, 1901. at 2 o'clock
n m . to nay the delinquent assessment fl
thereon, together with tho costs of ad
vertislng nd expense of sale.
J. W. HATFIELD, Secretary.
First publication. Aug. 9, 1904. z013
Wc wish to announce to tho public wo iH
have sold our interest at 43 West 2nd So
to W. II. Newell. All liabilities to and (IH
Including Aug. 8. 1901. wo will settle. IH
zfCS HARRY BURTON & CO. j
-.Gi DouSlas. not known. Scaton. Ia., 1 box nuta ... . n -o -H
got known, not known, Grd. Junct.. 6 wheels. 2 axls iVri
f n itei1,- J. BeauKi-d. Bingham. 1 kein twine f... " i . 13 H
c; i H'hibothnm. C. O. Burdick, Ord. Junction. 1 piece ore $1
Wm'rf wm 1Sorvl8 Hooks. Payson. 1 bicycle 'frame ? .. " .. V".""."'..:: ?
u rn. G. AMllard. not known, 1 piece stove plpo .... in
Kt3 .0,Ie ntlfy J,IUUS aieyer not known. Schuchamoxcn," o'.;"l " box "
Fred Taylor, not known,' New York ' City!' i'box hat blocks : n'f '1
Airs. F. A. Smith. F. A Smith. Richfield! bundle pans ? f..V.':.'.'.'.V.:.:!!!!:!! H
J. G. Corning. IT. Corning. Glrard. Ivan., l box nuts . in?
a ?' qf aiin? .veIty Chlceo, a 'slot machines !!!!!!!:'.!!!!!!:!!! i7!s3
A. L, Simons. A. L. Simons. Thompsons. 2 bales tents k ra
boiler com'pCar purchas,nK nsent, L. C. Co.. White, New York. 1 bbl."dry 1
n penn;nR,ri Mi'c'h"ibx. ga'rden seeds';:::::::: tr! H
K. P. Dunnp Lehl, not known, Spanish Fork, 1 bx. B. food '.!.... ..... 51
A pn? 1; AAmer,,can Frlf. U. S. Chemical Co., Chicago. 5 Carboys indigo..! s!(X) H
AmoriVon i AnAcrlc,lnjCro1. Novelty Co.. Chicago. 1 auto chance mach. ll.GS
American Iork Co-op. American Fork, Red Cross Hygenlc Co., Chicago, 1 bx,
liquid stock dip , , 3 G9
di'Sfit0rtS:if? Co" rovo' nollfy D0n Knight." Provo." Victor Safo'Co!rcYn- '
cinnatl, O.. 1 Iron safe on 71
A. C Larscn. Provo Mills Novelty Co.. Chicago. 1 lifting "mach V.V.. "g.'ss
Ml ton Roylance. Sprlng'ille, Columbia Pub. Co.. Chicago. ,1 box books ........ 3 51
Shippers order notify James Lambardl, Thlstlo Jet., W. S. Turner Diet. Co.. 4H
Clnclnatl. 1 cask whisky 5 C3 "H
J. F. Hooper. Tucker, not known. Sunnyslde, 1 stove a'fif "H
t ilrK1,1.0, gejppr. watson. salt Lake, i bbis. i keg w-hisky"!::;;:;::;:::;!:::;: 3&:.it
rVvrw1?"?; I?n,po5 ? H' .Co" Ka"asas City. Afo.. 1 keg 1 cast liquor 4.50
Goiber & Bodily, Price, not known, St. Louis. 1 bx. notions. 1 oil tank. 1 rl.
W cloth. 1 bx. hwd.. 1 crt E tldrg.. 1 crt croq. sets, 2 G. I. tubs. 1 G I
pall. 1 bx. sponges, 1 bx. bolls on at
AI. P. A. Brown. Price, not known. 1 washer. 1 wringer ". "i'cg
C A. Stotes. Price, not known, Papcosa Springs. Colo.. 1 tool" chest"::.'".".':."!".:: O.'c? TH
A. IT. Conover. Price. Thos. Kane & Co.. Ruclno, Wis.. 1 pa. wood. 1 pc. castg. 3.00
g- A- ,raueton, Price, not known 1 bx & cont"s. l crt. T. racks 5.00
F. F. Flsk. Price. J. u. M. Co.. Chicago, 1 bx. uooks 1 "5 fjH
J. W. Loat. Price, not known, 1 axle nc
N. Y. & Utah Oil Alining Co., White's Siding. Oil Well Sup. Co., Oil' City. Pa I
1 snnullno spool '' 23 95
J. Ij. Hales, Deseret. Utah, not known. 1 bx. picts..,..! "'. 11 '07 IH
W G. idem. Hcber. not known, 3 bx. 1 crt., 2 pet marble 4512 Tl
H- Graham. Midway. Fagerburg Bros.. Bloamlngton. HI.".' 7 bdi'walV "paper SS,25 fM
w lA- Srahnin VTdway. Fagerburg Bros. Boomlrgton, 111 , 1 bdl wall paper.... 9.57
W. O Rcnsliaw, Hebcr, W. O. Renshaw. Alt. Pleasant. 1 cot. bedg. att.. 6 74 H
A. Hatch A Co.. Heber. not known. 1 brl. glasswaro 4 50 "IH
C. H. Bishop, Heber, S. H. Co., Kansas City, 1 drum, 1 cs liquor,"""' csV 'glass- '
ware tm - tM
W. E. Potter. Heber, A. L Brewer, Ogden. 9 bdlc. kd. box lbr :.:::.'.""" ZZ5
Agents No-elty Co.. Scofield Agents Novelty Co.. Chicago. I bx. pict. frames. CS.'cO
Gardner & Frances. Spanish Fork, not known. J pkg. (9 butts) P. tobacco 7.12
Thorbes Sc Alagnumeesen, Spanish Fork, E. Alfg Co.. Iowa City la 1 bx
catalogues r " 2 03
J. Jot-gensen. Payson, not known. 1 bdl. wall paper "., . " 9 fH
IT. Greonhalf. Payson. IT D. Co.. St. Louis, 1 drum llquor'ln b'ia'Bs":":"::::::: 7.'45
Not known, not known. 1 box Pearllne. 1 crt. signs . 5u
Centennial Eureka Alining Co., Eureka, Henry Worthhistoii! ' New' York." l'bxl '
castings -c VM
O. F. Anderson. Eurekn. O. F. Anderson. Goshen. 1 com table 1 "47 jjH
'- Brown. Mammoth, Taylor & Brunton. Murray, 1 bdl. oro sacks !:.::::": E.u
nV TVrBrten"J?:SMnniir'",h,eA-,TVr' Berteaux. Sprlngvllle. 1 bx. adv. matter.... 3.53
- t McDonald. Mammoth. S.HIrscli & Co.. Kans. Cy. 1 brl bottle liquor 9.30
W J. Parker. Alt. Pleasant. IT. Watson. Salt Lako. 2 bx. ad. matter 4 07
Shippers order notify J. Stutzcngelger. Alt. Pleasant, not .known. St. Louis 2 "H
cs. soap , 3 j-,
Airs. C Conover, Alnntl. not known, 1 Alorrls chair i'gq
W. G. Crawford. Alantl. Alontgomery, "Ward & Co., Chicago. 1 bx."carrot "" '
mattresses , ; 10 0r
A. O. Anderson, Alantl, not known. 1 bx. show case'.'.'.'".'. l'"m .l'co 4l
A. O. Anderson. Alantl. not known. 1 bx. show case ... "" 1 k TH
Alantl Co-op. Alantl, pot known, 2 crts. stove pipe Iron .. .". 2$ HH
Not known, Alantl, not known, 1 bdl. (2) rods , o'Tq
Not known. Gunnison, not known, 1 bdl. bedding "i" "H
Chris Pamberg, Gunnison. Alontgomery. Ward & Co.. Chicago."" l'sewinc "
machine ft o n
J. R Ivle Sallna. Cold Springs Dlst. Co.. Cinclha'ti," 6'.".' 1 'bdi.""wlVlJkv:::::":":" 17'iy
puffin & Savage. Sallnn. not known. Indianapolis1. 3 bx. poultry Aleds 3"7!j
Sa na Co-op. Sallna AlcCal Pattern Co.. New York. 1 bl. printed matter G.47
Sa na Mere. Co. Sallna. Salt Lake Hdw. Co., Suit Lake, S bdls. balo ties 2 90
Sallna Co-op bal na. McCi.II Pattern Co.. Now York. 1 bdl. printed matter... 4 70
S. Riley, Richfield, not known. 1 bx. glassware j
R. E. Collett Ttichfield G. D. Hughes, Spanish Fork, 1 heating stove'.'::.'.'::::; 16.'5S
T. J. Stewart, Richfield, not known. 1 crt hats . 9 70
J. A. Hansen, Richfield, not known, 1 bdl. windows n'vii
J. Chnffin. Richfield, not known. Barker Citv. Or. 1 bx"' trunk 5 91 IH
N. L Sheffield. Richfield. Chamberlain Alcdc. Co.. Des Alolnes. s'bx.'n'o'd'i'c'ine ' IH
1 bx ad. matter ' - ia Tl
N. J. Garter. Elslnore Air Blast Separator Co.'.' Cincinnati! "bV g!
Hannah Julander. Elsinoro. not known, Jennotta, Pa 1 bx glassware 1 "2
W. H. Fowle Sevlnr. not known. St. Louis. 2 bx. show case's ls'Si H
Geo. Page, Seyler. Ferdinand Weathelmer. & Sons. St. Joe. bbl!, i'ca'sk" whl's- '
ky., 1 bx. G. ware. 4 cs. liquor. 1 glass sign " in m JH
A i.b Vi p' V ri V -"-JV" li-,-ull1ilun. hurray, 1 uui. empty ore sacks 1.95
Dalton M. & AI. Co.. Alarysvale, AI. & S. S Co.. Salt Lake, 1 bdl spikes 2 jG
Nephl Jennings. Amryavalc. Taylor & Brunton. Alurray. J9 bdl. ore sacks .. . 4 77
J. II Brough. Alarysvale. A. B. N., Ephrnlm. 1 bx. sheep dip , 1 '53
Shippers order not fy John AI. Campbell. Escalante. Tho Turnor Looker Co. ' '"T
Cincinnati. O.. barrel and 1 keg whisky 17 33
Andrew Olson. Alarysvale. not known, Newark, O., 1 11c stove casting " 3 si
Shippers order notify W. F. AIcAlllstor. Kanab, W. S. Turner Dlst Co."" Chi- '
cinnatl, 2 casks, 1 keg whisky ' 19 19
Alarysvale Cash Store, Alarysvale. Lee Aleda. Co., Des Alolnes. 3'jjx". ni'eds.""i
bx. ad. matter , IH
No.t known, not known, 1 sk. sulphur ...y .."."..:::::: ;:::"' 100
Not known. Aliirysvale. not known. 1 bdl. castings .... i"oo JH
Airs. W. lvie. Sunnyslde. C. IT. Poole. Chicago, l bx. stpd. E. ware. .".'.".". 4 Co
C, D. Armstrong. Park City. C. D. Armstrong. Provo, 1 C. stove, I bd. pipe"'
C. table ' -m .1
A. L. Peterson. Park City. II.. Alarysvale. l rl. bedding " i'((t iH
A. C I'n"?. ra"h City. Mills Novelty Co.. Chicago. 2 crt. slot machines'::;;!: n'.h
H. W. Delghton. Park City, not known, 1 bx. tmware ?o
Marked Inlermountaln Eloe. Co.. Salt T.nke. not known. 1 bx. elcc. "lamo'shadea 10
Not known, Purk City, not known, l cmptv ijon tank ; il
Not known, Park City, not known, 1 Iron ring "."'."."".".:::; g'gi; 1 ll
Tho Following- Freight on Hand With Nothing to Show Where From:
1 bdl. bedding marked W. H. Chattier, 20 cents; 1 case shoos, marked Bond Shoe 'H
Co43 cents; 1 cot marked Elslnore Co-op, 1; cents; 1 case pictures marked -Barber
Bron.. Norman. O. T., 2o cents; 1 brl. glassware marked J. A. AIcLane 91 cents- 1
stone hammer marked J. P.. W-1S99. 13 cents; 1 piece pipe. S cents; l bdl. tools.' 30
cents; 1 bdl ten poles, la cents; 1 shelf. 0 cents; 1 bdl. brace rods. 10 cents: 1 pick S
cents; 1 handle, 3 cents; 1 blow bottom, G cents; t pipe wronch. G-cents- 1 sack drv
paint, 13 cents, 3 tent poles, 12 cents; 2 pieces castings, G cents; 2 piece's Iron roof
lng, S cents. -
The Following Freight on Hand Not Marked nud Nothing- to Inclicato
Ownership of tho Property: ll
4 bdls barn door track 25 centu; 2W bars -Tneh Iron, 25 'cents; 1 bdl. (10 pieces JH
stove pipe), 2 cents; 1 stove board. cents; 1 bdl. Iron, 25 cents; 1 plough handle
?J cerns; lvagon tongue, 2a cents; I stove ring. 25 cents; 1 bdl. clothesline. 25 cents: , iH
I, 1i1.ck.h-mi1f' 2rcen3:. u bar5J,llon; a c,cnt?"' 1 atve casting. 25 cents: 1 cane-set
chair, 2o cents: 1 bucket and dta., 2o conta; 1 suck coaj. 25 cents; 1 casting, 25 cents: .H
1 bar Iron, 2o'ccnt3; 1 plough. levor, 25 cents: r. cement brlcko. 25' cents; 1 rail 25
cents; 1 wagon tongue with ncekyoko, 25 cents; 1 casting, 25 cents;. 1 bdl. barn d'oor
track, 2u cents. 4
, . FRED WILD, JR., General Freight Agent, Denver, Colo,
Issued by S. V. Derraii, Assistant General Freight Agent. . ...
Salt Lake City, Utah, August 11', 1901.