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Utbdat korxixg, September 24, 1904. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. iH
tyhTBaakers, tbefflerchants and "the BrokereT
at a Standstill
Lttlons Fn" Below Hnlf Million
and Market Is Allowed
LvnRK Sept 23.-There is ovldent
PSe diminution In the Interest
l-Swrkct. Todoy's transactions
rf nlf a million shares, In con
Ll week's dally dealings In
CfdlBon shores. This loaves hut
PAS this week In which the trnns
KcbI that aggregate. Sentiment
Kscihcr indlftcrent to the mar
Kj U iras allowed to drift, for tho
r nn mcacer tradings.
Fi Sat even the congested actlv
fe Blocks which i all that has
F. level of tho dealings for scv
f?Jr The Paclllcs. however, con
Ijftnos t prominent features In the
K T?a circulation of rumors rc
g ,i which has been incessant
ES if week was not in evldenco to
ftec for that reason tho strength
pacific scorned to Impart some
2&ataomo others In Its group by
6 Atchison was not notably af-
Kfrtern railroads wcro not con
cUr but they overcame the early
Ef,-?ion which affected them and
fitSrartlv due to selling attributed
BSaSunL The falling off In net
ffiffAupiat reported by tho Baltl
gfohto may have acted as a drag on
InnwU Interest was taken in
glfstttcmcnt although tho "halt in
irfcet operations may have been
to know the complexion ol
Pijrt statement before extending
fiteJ. Tho doubtful factor Is tho
ctta. " usual .
L remncy movement shows a de
li d over H0.0 in cash up to
!it rJcbt, There Is some probabll
l?i contraction In the loan Item, as
bud that the trust companies have
Briidncloana during the week. This
i&wttu that develops as money rates
ilovo the rate on deposits allowed
tanks. The effect Is to transfer
ti'bon the banks to the trust com
& rfihout effect on tho actual cash
CTMieiiMl the aggregate deposits of
tub and trust companies, which are.
t.t wholly on deposit with the banks.
!it:xtll Is favorable, however, to tho
-Ja rer.e showing of the banks.
lick of pressure on the market durr
'tie dav prompted a brisk bidding up
jixks'lite In the day to the best
at Hie closing was steady, near tho
U tad market was firm. Total sales,
n!:e. J? 25.CO0. United States 2s. 3s
IcM ii advanced per cent on call.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
Sri !a reg. -WI L &N uni -Is ..1001A
n?;a . . lOCt, M con gold 4s...l07'4
5b Kg. lWe Mex Cen Is .... G0',t
cfen . K&tj 1st Inc 1G
Steirisrcs.m M & St L ts ... 0514
k;3 . . 131, M K & T 4s .... 99
SoSdlsrcs 105 2s 79".
fcjoa . . 1074 N r r of M c -Is. 7G
1 ftn 4s -.101. NYCg 3ts ...lOOVi
dlaoTmt is Ml X J Cen g 5s ...133
iiteCL is &3 N P is 101
tO is . ..103M: 33 74U
ii ... . 93 Nor & W c 4s . J02
0OTrbS3lll 0 S L 4s & p .. 97&
Clac . , .. fSU Pftnn conv 33.. 99?i
d fc 0 tj3 . ,lKVi Reading g 4s ..lOOVa
!4 A . Wt St L i 1 SI c 5S.117
it Q new Is K St L & S F fg Is SS'i
K&StPnul St L S W Is .... 9S
a t3 . .109 Seaboard A L 4s S2i
t.'TVc7s 12S"fe S P 4s 93i
il P r r 4s 75 So Ry 5s 11G14
ls . .. ic,;, Tex & Pac Is .HDi
:CtStL T St L & W 4s . S0&
?,ts 101 V P 4a 1041
' . "Wi conv Is IO0V2
'job i . 73 S S Steel 2 5s ... SI
JtSals. 6 Wabash Is 117
t R 0 Is . 101 Deb B 03
hi0t1 Is Wi4 W & L E 4s ... 90
rnia 87 Wis Cen Is .... 90.
4D C Is. l(fii C F & 1 con 5s.. 75
CLOSIXf) STOCK LIST.
Sales. HIch. Low. Close,
ii . .. 2,300 S2 S0 S2
ftntd ' 3,000 S7Tl
fv30 300 127 127"' 127
vi . Jersey ... . 17S
If Ohio .. IG.Oft) A2 41 41
--Alton ... 100 40 40 29Hj
Jv Veit J-wo lGVi ic" 1G
'jirrrf 11,5(10 157'3
VT"a " " c
!C4Sf r ' 1W 15,'4
vi'f l.0 20'A 19 19
te'11 2,7( 27 26 27
tT,,4 tst . 2GCi 279 27S 2S0
sfrrrf " "' 000 23 ' -i
- .. . 1.300 K3J SIVi 824
(;lfm: - 7.SO0 30'. 29
Vmea. . 700 45A 45 -i5
ffial 30 79 7SVi 79
ii; 20f- ?S 88 5
:::: . :::: ::::
5iitLlk t? U,A!S 24 122 123
lfe??tItS - l.S SOVi SO W
fcpA c j ; so
tenia 1 ' "M V6 "Ii 73
lcit p,'; 129
!rrrt X - ' , T4 23V, 23
LWaicx" 1 050 45,4 ,7Vi 4S'6
ps"':':" t i'l Hi?
tfc::! & 'I
ftftrrcd ' ' 65,'i
ra-: .1 si r If
fi'-" :": " S
CnPac 43 43'
H Pac 2W 93 S3 92i
UlLiiv 400 31 304 30
Pirrrt C,M Sl'.d 30('. 30'
hPiV: W 50)1 .19' 60
Pntti. 101 Wld 101
Ftrrrt 200 2 20i 20A
1 1 Erie 41" 41 41
Concent" ' 17y-
Pn Cent' "- i o5 -,3 43
EUn'i" "Vi 13?i
P'a'h " 230
I5 sute8 : 03
P Fargo . lis
CCir Vp"" 14lS0 W 57 57
httt F 1CO0 23 2 2 23
fePoiOlf"- 2j V4 80 &)
P'red. 1W 22 32 32
ti'W .. ; 90
Uln6li' 2S 2S 2.S
J'W . Gi GG
" m 103 loc 107',6
-f New York ...57o -f
-f San Francisco ..57c -f
New York Exchange 1, 204. 30 -f
-f- New York Exchange. .?12.E07J12.G2: -f
-r- -r-':f-r--r- -r----r--- -r--t- -r--r-
Am Sugar Rof .... 3,200 L10 129A 130Vi
Anaconda M Co ... S00 91 CO 91
Brook R Tran .... 2,000 64 Gl C4
Colo F & Iron 34'A
Con Gns 1,200 203j 203 203
Corn Products .... 400- 11 14 13
Dlstillera' Securs .. 29 2SV 29
Gen Elcc 400 16S 16S 1G7S
Interna Paper 16
Interna Pump 30',-j
Nat Lead ROO 23 2SV- 23
North Amer 3.400 90 D3 94
Pac Mail 3,100 31 33 33
People's Gas 1,400 102 101 102
P Steel Car MO 32 31 32
Pullman Pal Car 21u
Rep Steel 100 8 S 8
Rubber Goods 19
Tenn C & Iron 1,100 47 4G 47
U S Leather 1.S00 10 " 9 9
preferred' 200 S-l SG G
T7 S Realty 00 53 52 63
U S Rubber M0 20 20 19
preferred 100 74 74 74
US Steel 15,000 1C 1G 1G
preferred 33,700 07 66 07
"Wcstlnghouso Elcc 1G1
West Union 200 90 90 90
Total sales for tho day, 440.500 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Sept 23. Bar silver. G7c.
Mexican dollars, 45c. 7
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23.-Sllvcr bars,
Mexican dollars, 4GJ?4Gc.
Drafts, sight, 4c; telegraph, c
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23. Money on call,
firm; highest, 2 per cent; lowest, 1 per
cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent; last loan,
2 per cent, closing bid. 1 per cent; offered
at 2 per cent; tlmo loans, steady; sixty
days. 3Q3 per cent; ninety days. 3i83
per cent; six months, 34H per cent
Prime mercantile paper, 45 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual
business In bankers' bills at 4.S5.S05I.S5.S5
for demand and at 4 S3.50frLS3.GO for sixty
day bills; posted rates. $).84tj-I.S7; com
mercial bills, S4.S2SM.83.
New York Metals.
NEW YOP.K. Sept. 23. The London tin
market was higher again, with spot quiet
at 127 7s Gd and futures at 127 lrs- While,
quiet, the local market responded quite
fully to the foreign advance, closing at
Copper was a shade lower in London,
closing at 57 17s Cd for both spot and
futures, while the local market remained
steady and unchanged. Lake Is quoted at
$12.7513.00, electrolytic, S12,75frl2.&7; cast
ing. $12.503 12.G2.
Lead was unchanged at $4 2Ji4.30 In the
local market, but ruled higher In London,
where spot was quoted at 11 17s 6d.
Spelter was unchanged at 22 7s 6d In
London, and at $5.1055.20 In the local
Iron was quiet, with Glasgow closing at
50s 3d and Middlesboro at 42s 10d. Local
ly, tho market was without quotable
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. The following
table, complied by Bradstreet, shows the
bank clearings at tho principal cities for
tho week ended September 22, with the
percentage of Increase and decrease, as
compared with the corresponding week
New York S1,307,497,2SS 31.6 ....
Chicago 173.161.729 7.0 ....
Boston 117.356,918 .... CO
Philadelphia 111.S91.&14 8.3 ....
St. Louis 57,015,919 17.4 ....
Pittsburg 3S,010,1G8 .... 22.9
San Francisco 32,456,579 12.7 ....
Baltimore 20.G5S.431 .... 3.1
Cincinnati 21.009,150 19.9 ....
Kansas City 23.2S7.7ST. 50.7 ....
Los Angeles 0,117,720 1.9 ....
St. Joseph , 4.C9G.511 5.3 ....
Denver B.735.5S0 9.G ....
Portland; Or 4.745,214 19.2 ....
SALT LAKE CITY . 2,791.249 .... 17.0
Spokane, Wash 2.635,226 21.1 ....
Tncoma 2.394,216 29.1 ....
Helena 472.655 .8
Totals. U S J2.138.753.807 20.G A.
Outside N Y ....$ S31.259.549 3.7 ....
Totals. Canada ..$ 51.333,437 15.2 ....
CHICAGO, Sept. 23. Cattle Receipts
5500; 500 Westerns. Strong; good to' prime
steers, J5.45;G.40: poor to medium, ?3.Kj)
5.40. mockers and feeders, $2.0034.00; cows.
$l.0gk.50; heifers, J2.001i-1.75; ennners, $1.00
S1 50; butchers, SlSf-LOO: calves, JS.OOfJ)
0.50; Texas fed steers, 53.75175; Western
steers. J3.2S.$-I.75. n(w4
Hogs Receipts 12,000; tomorrow 10,000.
Steady; butchers'. J5.4O1iG.20; good to
choice heavy. J5.75'5G.20; rough heavy,
$5,305.50; light, J5.G0SG.10; bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts 15,000. Sheep strong;
lambs strong. Good to choice wethers,
$3.50?4.25; fair to choice mixed. J3.00ft3,0;
Western shcop. J2.C0g4.15; native lambs,
53.50gG.00; Western lambs, J3.5033.35.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 23. Cattle Re
ceipts 5000 Including 1000 Southerns. Mar
ket steady. Native steers. $3.75Q6.00;
Southern steers, $2.503.C5; Southern cows,
Jl.COfj.CG. natlvo cows and heifers, J1.50o
4.75; stockcrs and feeders. J2.25ftl.00; bulls,
SL75S3.50. calves. JSj&S.KO: Western
steers. J3.00JH.25; Western cows, Jt.COft3.2o.
Hogs Receipts 5000. Market steady to
strong. Bulk of sales. J5.S0ijS.90: heavy,
Jo.SO'tff.SS; packers, J5.SiD53.90; plgu and'
lights. S5.705.S5, , t
Sheep Receipts 1000. Market strong.
Muttons, J3.00ff3.0; lambs, Jl.00fio.lu;
range wethers, J3.25S3.80; owes. J2.75f3.30.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 23.-CattIe Rc
ccipLs 1300. Market steady. Native steers,
Jl.0vfi6.00: cows and heifers, J2.25-S3.o;
Western steers, J3.0017-l.75; Texas steers,
J2.75S3.G0; range cows and heifers, J2.15??
3.30; canners, J1.502.10: Miockers and feed
ers, S2.50ff-1.00; calves. J3.OOSo.50; bulls,
stags, etc., J1.751j3.2o.
Hogs Receipts 1503. Market steady.
Heavy. J5.G51i6.75, mixed. J5.0i5.ro; light,
J5.751i5.S5, Pigs. J4.75f5.50: bulk o sales.
Sheep-Recclpts 13,500. Markot steady.
Westerns. J3.GOf3.90; wethers, J3.IO17p.E0:
ewes. J3.00f 3.50; common and stockcrs,
J.50f 3.70: lambs, S4.50f 5.10.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST LOUIS, Sopt. 23. Wool steady; me
dium Kradcs combing and clothing, 23f
2lc; light, line 17315c: tub-wnshed. 34
London Wool Auction.
LONDON. Sept. 23.-The offerings at the
wool sales today amounted to 11,753 bnlcs.
Fftifl crossbreeds and scoured were In
brisk demand, but faulty sold slowly; , a
fair supply of now clip was in steady de
mand. Tasmania was In good request.
French buyers took good supply. Thoro
was active demand for good, greasy, ami
half-breeds and several parcels woro tak
en for America. American buyers also
took a few lots of superior cioasbrccds.
Now on the Market
Late Fruits Are Cheaper and Whole
sale Meat Prices Tako a
Fino pineapples are now on tho market
at 35 to 60 cents apiece. Grapes, peaches,
pears and cranborrlcs aro cheaper
Beef, lamb and mutton, at wholesalo
prices, havo taken a drop. Green corn on
tho cob has gone up 5 cents per dozen,
wholesalo, and 15 cents retail. Squash,
pumpkins nnd cauliflower at retail aro
cheaper, and celery, tomatoes, yellow
onions and red cabbage arc sold at less
than before, at wholesale.
Mountain herring Is now In, also tho
best of oysters, and Utah bass Is dearer.
Aside from theso changes the markets ro
muln much the same.
Hay. Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
ton. $10.00; alfalfa. J10.00fl0.50; timothy,
per ton. baled, J14.00f 15.00. wheat, per
bushel, 90cf Jl,05; corn, per cwt-. Jl.40fl.50;
corn, cracked, Jl 45f 1.55; oats. S1.40f fl.E0;
rolled oats, Jl.GQfl.Go; barley, rolled, J1.35
1.45. Hour, bakers' No. 1. J2.30: Hour,
straight grade. J2,40f 2.50: flour, high pat
ent J2.G0f 2.70; rye. J2.G0; graham flour.
J2.G0f2.75; cornmeal. J1.90f2.00; bran, Jl;
bran and shorts, Jl.l0fl.15.
Meats Dressed beef, pound, 4f5c;
dressed veal, per pound, Sc; dressed pork,
per pound, 8c; dressed lambs, per pound,
7c; dressed mutton, per pound, 6f5c;
dressed hogs, Sc; live, 5c per pound.
Poultry. Dressed hens. 16c; broilers, per
pound, 16c; dressed, 18c
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case, J-1.50;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen. SOfSOc; Utah
watermelons, dozen, 50cf$1.50; w-hlto
grapes, case, J1.15; black grapes. J1.00;
Tokay grapes, J1.40; Utah apples, bushel.
75c; Santa Paula lemons, box, J4.00
peaches, box. EOf75c; plums, box, 60c; ba
nanas, per bunch, J2.C0; limes, per 100,
J1.50; Utah pears, box, S1.25; cranberries,
$10 a barrel; Concord grapes. 25c a basket.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, $6 10; cane
Vegetables. California head lcttuco, 50
(SGOc per dozen; oyster plant. 45c a
dozen; China radishes. 10c a dozen: new
celery, dozen, EOc; parsnips, dozen,
bunches, 50c; green corn on cob. per
dozen, 20c; new poppers, per pound, 5c;
Utah summer squash, dozen. 20c; Utah
tomatoes, 60fi70e a bushel; yellow onions,
per 100. J1.25; vegetablo marrow, doz
en, COc; red cabbage, per pound, 2c;
sweet potatoes, per cwt., J2.50; Utah
cabbage, per 100, 75c; now potatoes,
per cwt.. 90c; bunch turnips, per dozen.
15c; green onions, per dozen, 12c; rad
ishes, Utah, 10c; pumpkins, dozen, J1.75;
golden tomatoes, pound, 4c; Utah egg
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, 2oc;
cheese, per pound. 12c; eggs, per case.
JG.50f7; comb honey, per crato $2 75;
sweltzer cheese, per pound, 18c; Umburg
cr checso, per pound, lGc; cream brick
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
dozen. S12.00. '
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass. 30c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; Utnh cat
fish, 12c; halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound. lGc; shad, per pound. 11c: Macki
naw 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; lobsters,
per pound. 15c; oysters. New York
counts, J1.C0 per 100; selects. 2.50 per gal
Meats. Prlmo rib. 17c; porterhouse,
15c, pork, 17c; mutton chops. lOf loc; legs,
15c; spring lamb, per quarter, Jl.00fl.00;
veal. 12f 20c: veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry- Dressed hens, 18c; broilers. 35
fSOc; turkeys, 25c; geese. 12e; ducks, 20c;
roast Gprlngs. 20c; springs. 35f GOc.
Fruits. Crabapplcs, 40c a peck; Utah
apples, pound, 5c; figs, 15f25c; lem
ons, per dozen. 25c; oranges, per dozen.
40fC0c; peaches, per pound, Ge;
per case, 40 to COc; bnnnnas, per
dozen, 30c; pears, 5c a pound; limes, 2c;
plums. 5c; nectarines, 6c a pound; Utah
watcrmolons, 15ctf40c; Utah cantaloupe?,
6f'10c; grapes (black), three pounds for
25c; grapes (white), 10c: Tokay grapes,
10c; Utah Concord grapes, 10c a pound,
35c a basket; Eastern concord grapes, 33c
a box; pomegranlte, lGc lb.; pineapples, 35
and GOc each.
Vegetables. New celery. 6c a stalk; oy
ster plant, 5c a bunch; China radishes, 5c
a ounch; Utah egg plant, Gc a pound;
parsnips, bunch, Gc; Utah poppers, three
pounds for 25c: red cabbage, four pounds
for 2Gc; sweet potatoes, per lb.. 6c;
green corn on cob, dozen. 20 and 35c; vege
table marrow, two for 15c; Utah summer
squash, threo for 10c; Utah "cucumbers,
three for 5c; caullllowcr, 12c a pound;
potatoes, per peck, 20c; wax bcann,
four pounds for 25c; corbbage. per pound,
5c; turnips, per pound. 2c; green onions,
2c: carrots 2c: beets. 2c; Utah to
matoes, per pound. 2c: lettuce, 5c;
California lettuce, two for lGc; pumpkins.
15c- Hubbard squash, 15c: pickling
cucumbers, "50c per 100; pickling onions,
COc a pock.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. 30c;
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozen. 25f30c;
fancy cheese, per pound, 25c; comb
honey, per comb, 15c; strained honey, por
pound, luo; Swiss checso, per pounci, 40c;
llmburger cheese, per pound. COc; cream
brick cheese, 25c; Edam cheese, each
Fresh Fish. Black bass, 3Jc; salmon,
17tc; mountain trout, 40c; brook trout,
each, 12c; Utnh catfish, per pound, 15c;
halibut, lGc; striped bass, 20c; shad. lGc;
Mackinaw, trout, 20c; solea. 12c; lloun
ders, I2c; smelts, 15c; codfish, JGc; perch.
12c; sturgeon. 16c, white fish, 20c; moun
tain herring, 20c; select oysters, COc quart.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Sept. 23. Notwithstanding
heavy receipts In the Northwest the mar
ket opened firm, Dccomber being up to
c at $L10 to $1.10. Initial quotations
on May wore c lower to c higher at
$1.12 to $1.12. The improved tone at
tho start was duo to higher cables, wet
weather In Manitoba and Minnesota, and
decreased shipments from Argentine.
Several prominent operators were active
buyers of tho December option. From
$1 10-, at which price Deccmhar sold
soon after the opening, an advance to
$11.11 was made, May In tho meant me
Boiling up to $1.12. Tho market then
broke undor the fair realizing sales.. Just
before the close the December opt on Fold
at $1.14. closing lc up at $1 13f 1,13,
May advanced o, $1.14, closing with a
ga!no lc at $1.14f 1.14.
Warm weather throughout the West
was tho dominating Influence on the com
markot. Dccomber closed at 50f 50c.
Tho oato markot wsus weak us a result
of rapidly Increasing stocks. December
closed fo up at 30c.
Early weakness In corn Induced somo
llauidatlon of provisions, but there was
enough domand to hold prices steady.
Tho fact that the hog movement Is small
and shows no signs of increasing pre
vented any great amount of soiling. At
the cioso January pork was a shade high
er; lard was upVic and ribs closed en
chanted. RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. Hlgi. Low. Close
scS,eoid,..i.u?i i. 1.11 i.
Dumber' i1: J:8 1:8k lm
May .... 1.12ft l.Hte l.Utt 1.11
8entomb?r0,..?7.. 2 62 Gl 52
Decornbor 50V1 5oS 49 50
May".?;., 40 19 4S 43
September"."... 30 50 29 30
December 31 31ft 30. 30ti
May 31 34 32 33
Mcbs pork, per bbl.-.
October .11.35 11.47 11.27 11.35
January 13.20 13.20 13.02 13.15
Lard, per 100 lbs.
October 7.12 7.15" 7.10 7.15
January 7.3") " 7.23 7.25 7.30
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.
October , 7.57 7.00 7.55 7.67
January 6. 82 6.82 (5.77 C.0
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
firm; No. 2 spring wheati Jl.16fl.18; No. 3.
J1.05fl.lG; No. 2 red, Jl.llf 1.16; No. 2
corn, fi2; No. 2 o'ollow. 53f63c; No. 2
oaUj. 30c: No. 2 frhlte. 32R32c; No. 3
white. 29f 31c; No. 2 rye, 74c; good feed
ing barley, 34fxt3c; far to cholco malting,
42f GOc; No. 1 llax seed. $1.09; No1 North
western, $1.15; mess pork, per barrel.
Jll. JOf'll 50; lard, per 100 pounds. $7.15ff
, 7.17; short ribs aides (loose). $7.E5f7.75,
short clear sides (boxed), 8f 8c; whisky,
basis of high wines, $1.23; clover, contract
' RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rcc'ts. Shlp'ts.
Flour, barrels 24.0CO 23.203
Wheat, bushels 14-1,000 45.S00
Corn, bushels 112,20) 491.200
Oats, bushels .346,500 60,000
Rye. bushels 5.000 2,000
Barley, bushel3 1CG.S00 17,600
PRODUCE EXCHANGE. '
On the produco exchange today tho but
ter market was strong; creameries. 14f 19c,
dairies. 13fl0c; eggs, steady, 14fl7c;
firsts, ISc; prlmo, 20c; extra, 22c; cheese,
firm, SVlf 9c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. Wheat
weaker; December. $1.52. Barley,
weaker; December, $1.11.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW 9 ORK, Sept. 23. Butter ' firm;
street prices extra creamery, 19fC0c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23. Sugar, raw,
quiet. Fair refining. 3c; centrifugal .96
test, 15-16c; molasses sugar, 3c. Re
fined, quiet; crushed, J5.95; powdered,
$5.35; granulated, 15 25.
What Dun Says Ahout Business.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23. R. G. Dun &
Co.'s review tomorroy.' will -vy' 'Trade
expands as confidence Incrivjjwlth the
harvesting of tho crops aim mercantile
collections are less tardily met. Lower
temperature stimulates the demand for
fall and winter wearing apparel, and there
Is more disposition to prepare for the fu
ture rather than to confine operations
within the limit of Immediate require
ments. This Improvement Is oxtended to
all departments of manufacture. ap.d in
tho aggregate there Is less Idle machinery
than at any recent date. Settlements of
labor disputes have helped In tho de
velopment of this favorable condition.
"Railway earnings for September were
5.7 per cent larger than a year ago, and
foreign commerce at this port for the last
week show a gain of 52.9I5,GS7 In exports,
as compared with 1903. although imports
decreased $713.7GO. Tin Is erratic In re
sponse to London quotations rather than
any domestic influence, but copper Is
strong because of heavy exports. In
creased activity at tho mills has helped
to sustain the Eastern markets for wool
and brisk competition at tho London
auction sale was also a factor of Impor
tance. ' Firmness continues in packers' hides.
Independent tanners maklncr liberal pur
chases Largo sales of branded and Colo
rado hides aro recorded and there is the
usual concession on hides taken oft dur
ing the strike by Inexperienced men.
Country hides are weaker, but receipts
of foreign dry hides are quietly absorbed.
"Failures this week aggregated 225 In
the United Slates, against 232 last year
nnd thirty In Canada, as compared with
nineteen Jl year ago."
Bradstreet's View of Trade.
NEW YORK, Sept. 23. Bradstrect's to
morrow will say: "Cool weather, whllo re-l
tardlng or Injuring somo late crops, has
been stimulating to fall trade, both whole
sale and retail, which shows an appar
ent increase In volume over a year ago.
Tho Improvement Is most marked In dry
goods, clothing, groceries, shoes nnd
hardware. Distributive trade Is better In
tho Northwest, portions of the East and
very generally throughout the South.
The Centrnl West also shows a contin
uance of the Improvement noted last
week, and a widespread betterment In
collections Is a feature deserving special
mention. A disposition Is shown on tho
part of farmers to hold their products
for better prices, this being true In many
sections, notably tho South and North
west. Tho labor situation Is rather quiet
on tho whole, although some notably large
strikes continue unsettled.
"Wool has been Arm this week, the sta
tistical position being a strong one nnd
the firmness being aided by reports of
further contemplated advances In the fin
"Business failures In the United States
for the week ending September 22, num
ber 203, acainst 167 last week, 1S5 In the
like week In 1D03. 172 In 1902; 197 in 1901,
and 169 In 1900. In Canada failures for
the week number twenty-seven, as against
twenty-nine last week and eighteen In
this week a year ago."
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County ClcrV or thi reopectlv
elenera ror further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In an ', for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Ethan Barrow3. deceased. No
tice. The petition of Lucy Barrows, admin
istratrix of tho estate of Ethan Barrows,
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account of said Lucy Barrows, ad
ministratrix, and for tho distribution of
tho residue of eald estato to tho persons
entitled, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, the 30th day of September, A. D
lsCH, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse, In j tho courtroom of said
ccurt. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun
Witness tho clerk of sold court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
September, A. D. 1904.
I Seal JOHN JAMES". Clerk.
By David B, Davles, Deputy Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato i division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
ectnto of Clara Z. Dooloy, deceased. No
tice Tho petition of Georgo Jay Gibson, ex
ecutor of the estate of Clara Z. Dooley,
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of
the following described real estato of said
decedent towlt, all that certain tract or
parcel of land situate, lying and being In
the county of Salt Lake, State of Utah,
described as follows, towlt. Commencing
at a point five and ono-half rods north of
the southeast corner of lot S, block 63,
plat B, Salt S.ake City survey, and run
nlr; thence jjrth three and ono-half (3H)
rods, them) west ten (10) rods, thenco
south VTifct; and one-half (3V9 rods, thenco
east ten (10) rods to the point of beginning-,
for the sum or $5750, and upon tho
following terms, towlt, cash upon con
firmation, as appears from the return of
sale, filed in this court, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 30th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 190I,. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of said dourt. In SaltLako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah. I
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
September, A. D. 1904.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
Citato of Johanna Olsen Hogcnsen, de-cf-aacd.
The petition of F. S, Fcrnstrom, admin
istrator of the estato of Johanna Olsen
Hcgonsch, deceased, for confirmation of
tho sale of the following described real
estate of said decedent, to wlf All of lots
9. ,10. 11 and 12, block 30. Sandy Station
plat, Sandy City. Salt Lake county. Utah,
for the sum of $301.00, and upon tho fol
lowing terms, to wit: Cash upon confirma
tion, as appears from the return of sale,
filed In this court, has been set for hear
ing on Friday, the 7th day of October,
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the coun
ty courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county,
Witness thp Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof alfixed, this 23rd day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1904.
fSeal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputv Clerk.
C. M. Nielsen, Ally, for Estate. al9&l
IN THE DISTRICT COURT,' PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah In the matter of the
estate of Anna Sophia Llndquist, de
The petition of Alexander Llndquist, ad
ministrator of the estate of Anna Sophia
Llndquist, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
fore said court to show cause why an or
der should not be granted to sell so much
as shall be necessary of the following
described real estate of said deceased, to
wit: Part of lot 2. block 51. plat "C." Salt
Lako City survey, commencing on tho
east line of Jeremy street, 2 rods east and
ono rod south of the northwest corner of
said lot, running thenco south 2 rods;
thenco cast S rods; thence north 2 roda;
thence west S rods to the place of begin
ning. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county,
Utah, has been set for hearing on Friday,
tho 7th day of October, A. D. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse. In
the courtroom of said court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of
September. A. D. 1901.
(Seal JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
. G. H. Backman, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah In tho matter of the
estato of Mildred Russell, deceased.
The petition of Ebcr W. Hall, praying
for tho issuance to himself of lcttcro of
administration In the estate of Mildred
Russoll, deceased, has been set for hearing
on Friday, tho 7th day of October, A. D.
1901, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the county
courthouse, In theourtroom of said court,
in Salt Lakr City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
ScDtember, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Powers & Straup, Attorneys. aJ9S3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Susannah T. L. Schultz, de
The petition of Syvcrt Schultz, admin
istrator of tho estate of Susannah T L.
Sc-hultr.. deceased, for confirmation of the
sale of the following described real es
tate of said decedent, towlt, all of lot 11,
in block 1, of tho Woodmansce subdivi
sion of block 1, plat B, Salt Lako City sur
vcy, for the sum of ?4CO, as appears from
the return of sale, filed In this court, has
heen set for hearing on Friday, the 30th
day of Septombcr, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse, in tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
September. A. D. 1901.
IScal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. NIclson, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Peter Van' Houtcn, deceased.
Tho petition of Mary J. Van Houtcn,
pravlng for tho issuance to hesolf of let
ters or administration In tho estato of
Peter Van Ilouten. deceased, has been act
for hearing on Friday, tho 30th day of
September, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m
at tho county courthouse, In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah,
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of
ScDtembor. A, D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar
rette. Attorneys for Petitioner. al652
Utah Sugar company. The regular
quarterly dividend of li per cent on tho
capital stock (preferred) of tho Utah
Sugar company will bo paid at tho office
of tho company on Septomber 30. 1901. The
stock transfor books of tho company will
be closed on September 21. 1904, at 5 p. m.,
and reopened October 1, 1904, at 10 a. m.
II. G. WHITNEY. Secretary.
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If you will stato tho dlnoaaa to b m
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP llilh L , 1
NOTICES. Il '
Consult Count Cleric or the respective (lift 6, i , ( ,
signers for further Information. nt$ T ! c ' 'IH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- B)j$ ' ' 11
hato Division, In and for Salt Lako Coun- BfK 1) , . ,J IflH
ty, Stato of Utah. DHgt; . d UH
In tho matter of tho adontlon of Wal- fflJfi ' . U'H
tcr Clarence Conarty, Minor. Not!. llU) U 1 iHH
Tho petition of William Francis Con- WJjf I
arty and Mabel M. Conarty, praying for Hlfnl'' 1
permission ndopt Walter Clarence WMi i.H
Conarty, a minor, has been set for hear- HlH - ' i-H
lng on Friday tho 30th day of Scptem- HnU '!H
ber, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock, a. m , at , mt,f 'Jl
tho county, courthouse In tho courtroom Hlifu;!, 1 . 1
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Rill'-' 'kM
Lako county, Utah. "if 1 m
Witness the Clerk of said court, with Hjli i J
tho seal thereof affixed, this 14th day of Hal U ;
September, A. D. 1901. Hat I . - ;
(Seil.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk, M ! ! '
By David B. Davles, Deputv Clork. fflifi i ! !
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar- mjr j
rotte, Attorncyr. for Petitioners. al217 gM. r-- . !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE in) ? i !H
division, In and for Salt Lako county. Bra ft 1 1 1 I
State of Utah. In tho matter of the Hffi :
estato of William Hart, deceased. No- flip ?, ' VM
tlcc (llil '
Tho petition of Emily J. Hart Osborn nW;' 1 . j
praying for tho Issuance to herself of lot- R tj ; l
ters or administration In tho ejtate of M -: LH
William Hart, deceased, has boon pet for H TH
hearing on Friday, tho COth day of Sep- U J
tembcr, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m., R jj '
at tho county courthouse, In the court- IIIJ' ;
room of said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt HI) - i
Lake county, Utah. HIli i
Witness tho Clerk of said Court wKh jjjii. 1 1
the seal thereof affixed chls 13th day of IngJ1')
September, A. D. ISO). nil ' ,
(Seal,) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. '
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. fl HI v
Thomas & Maycock, Attorneys for my.1 ' .
Estate nll72 H 1? ! , .
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ; , . IH
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun- : t
ty. Stato of Utah. K
In tho matter of tho estato of William !j ; , ,
B. Peel, deceased. Notice. )j .
The petition of Frank II. Clark, praying jl,', (
for tho Issuance to himself of lettera of ; . , '
administration In tho estato of William I.Sj , tM
B. Peel, deceased, has been sot for hear- (',
lng on Friday, the 23rd day of Soptem- ,f' ' iiH
ber, A. D. 1S04, at ten o'clock n. m at , .' !
tho county courtnouse. In tho courtroom J, )
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt B!j ,
Lake county, Utnh !( SH
Witness tho Clerk of said Court with H fiH
the seal thereof affixed, this 11th day of ;
September', A, D Kl '
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. fr '
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. Ab i 4
al243 V:' H
1 ft' 'nH
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT . ' IH
court, In and for Salt Lake county, State : . ' IH
of Utah. Department No. 1. In the mat- , IH
ter of the estate of Charles W. Watson, .; ,
deceased, notice ' , 'liiB
The pocltion of Martha J. Watson pray-
lng for the admission to probate of a l ,
certain document, purporting to bo the 'f!, I
last will and tbstamcnt of Charles W. . ' '
Watson, deceased, and for tho granting ;j7r . H
of letters testamentary to Martha J. , ,' ' H
Watson, has been set for hearing on Frl- i. '
day. the 7th day of October. A. D. 1901, ft, (
at 10 o'clock a., m, at the county court- S V ;
house. In the courtroom of said court, JV filiH
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, li; IiliH
Witness the Clerk of said Court, with ' . ) VM
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day ';'! I'iiH
of September, A. D. 1904. 1
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. ! , IH
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. 'J l '
Bradley & Plschel, Attorneys for PctI- y , ''
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. T;; j;
Hannapah Mining and Smelting M'1. ,
pany. Principal place of business zsa.t !4 '
Lake City. Utah. ..... HQ ''' '
Notlco Is hereby given that at a meet- BMo
ing of tho board of directors of the Han- 8 . i
nnpah Mining and Smelting company. H
hold at tho office of the company on tho IjKjr i
Cth day of September, A. D. 1904, an assoss- Hjl pH
incnt of one-half () cent por aharo was UFjn i , IH
levied on the capital stock of tho corpor- Ml ' SM
atlon Issued and outstanding, payable Im- t! ''Hiil
mediately to W. E. Block, sccrptary of M I j
the company, at his office, 60S Dooly block, Hjl l
Salt Lake City, Utah. ift yM
Anv stock upon which this assessment I'M,
may "remain unpaid on the 11th day of Oc- H IM
Tobcr, 1904, will bo dollnquent and adver-
tlscd for sale at public auction, and unless ml,:
payment Is made beforo will be sold on HjH;'
tho 27th day of October. 1904, to pay tho HjjK I
delinquent assessment, together with tho m I ,
cost of advertising and expense of sale. Hi.
nB9S W. E. BLOCK. Secretary. KL ' IH
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN MjfVv H
RAILWAY COMPANY. It' ' fiV
The annual meeting of the slockhold- AAJs 'H
ers of tho Rto Grande Western Railway i j .
company will be held at tho principal .i A
office of tho company In Salt Lako City, 1 1 -; ViH
Utah, on Monday. October 21. 1901. at 12
o'clock noon, for the election of members Ji liB
of the board of directors of the company Hi IH
and the transaction of such other busl-
ness as may be brought before the meet- j; '; ,
'"The books for the transfer of stock will jl '.; I
bo closed nt 3 o'clock p, m. on October H;,-i
3rd, 1904, and will be opened on the day ft ; '
following said meeting or the final ad- 5 .1 t
Journmcnt thereof. S , I
STEPHEN LITTLE, Secretary. B :
Soptcmbcr 21st, 190-1. a!7?5 IH
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND COM- y iH
PANT. J ;j ! , jH
Annual Meeting'. II j:
The annual meeting of the stockholders I i
of tho Union Pacific Land company will i f HilH
be held at the office of the company In ' ' . Miiil
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday, October f h' iilH
11. 1904, at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the election ( H ! IIIH
of six directors of the company, nnd for v I , liiiB
tho transaction of such other business as fi.it,' 1
may legally come beforo tho meeting. bil., iH
ALEX. MILLAR, Secretary. -
Dated August 31. 1901. al323 f j;. 'H
DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD 6 il
Judicial district of tho State of Utah, ft ; ( JH
county of Salt Lako -Oregon Short Line "H
Railroad company, a corporation, plain- f , , iiH
tiff, vs. Ncls M. Larson and Bello Larson, ( H
dofendnnte Summons. 'fc ' - iH
The State of Utah to the said defend- t. g i tH
ants: t H
You are hereby summoned to appear .. . ' liH
within twenty days after the service of f ;, iH
this summons upon you, If served . lM
within the county In which this ac- .; 'liiH
tlon 13 brought, othorwlsc. within thirty H r, "H
days after service and defend tho above- ii jlj H
entitled action; and in case of your fall- ill B
uro so to do. Judgment will bo rendered t :
ngalnst you according to tho demand of M
tho complaint, which, within ton days S jJ- M
after service of this summons upon you, I j , ffH
will be filed with the Clerk of said court. I ) ;'
P L. WILLIAMS, fi-- JM
GEO. H. SMITH, hiV-' jH
Attorneys for Plaintiff. j'ii- IH
P O. Address. K2 Descrct News Annex, I ;(
Noh. 17-19 West South Templo street, Salt If, ik tiH
T.kr, Cltv. Utah. zl420 I V' 'tttB
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' g !arH
MEETHTO. t .. ' ilffflH
The annual stockholders' meeting of tho (Vfl
Glnnt Copper Queen Mining company, for (; HiH
the election of officers for tho ensuing ft if ll
year, will convene Tuesday, September27. t, M , iH
at 10 o'clock, In Room 215. Constitution bill!. , 'M
building. H. REDDING, Secretary. Uf Hi
al929 t. X
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, STATE H
of Utah, countv of Salt Lake. Division No. :, I , IH
1. Rov Jones, plaintiff, vs. David Kosht, F i -.- iH
dofonchint. Summons. 5 i Ml
Stato of Utah to said defendant: 1. jl
You aro hereby suhimoncd to appear , A-h, 1 1 .H
within twenty days nftor tho sep-lco pi jH
this summons upon you, If Eerved within t ' ; H
tho county In which this action Is brought, i . .) .BH
othcrwlso within thirty days after service. I f H i .H
and defend the abovc-ontltled action; nnd . i ,
In caso of your failure ao to do. judgment ijlv
will bo rendei-ed against you according to (j';. , i,
tho demand of tho complaint, which, with- , jry.; I
in ton days after tho servlco of this sum- . M ''1
mons upon you, will be filed with tho t V , H
Clerk of suid court C a PPICE. i .
u Attornei' for Plaintiff. -'If-!, 1
p. O. Address. CI Hooper Building, 1st a ) 'M
South Street. Salt Lako City, Utah, al9S5 ( U' ( iH