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Jen Y HORInTOG, OCTOBER 4, 1904. n '11
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iWith the Bankers, the Merchaats and the BrotoZl
aSft&aBMla,WWMWPM . ...,J,rr
1 m ofl Market
S 4d to Gravitate to Level
1 TORK Oct. 3.-Thc motives
rr o'pj'rMiow in stocks today
C0C2r; 2ir difficult to fathom, owing
-sktlr.r movement In differo.it
'? i?" S-ime groups and supposably
' r Influences but it was not
1 ': , ceneral lines that the lines
.c?5 uWS" we rather 'wavier
& tfcne heretofore on the part
crc and sufficient to sUggor
ft Wynd carry It backward
16 c,rtThe forces In the market
Z'H Jr; tally themselves, however.
Ti 'ft'Jifrtihcd by the extent to
w Jllilnr had been carried, and
?vSS toward recovery. The
aft ? hail the adantago of tho
?Ut week and a still higher
5 f$is ln London beforo 1(10
rfclS iftocday rooming expressions
IH5j traffic officials were par-
"r- Jftilw of future growth of
tU (J io Kportcd good actual Increase
55T freoMsicnt as a result of the
S ErTte corn crP sccrc- r A ,.?oml;
i tat i of hc ri,Prtfl of railroad
ijj the revHal of Improvemcnta
urS cnts which had been laid
m 5"- to the need of retrenchment
Jiry expenses. The mer-
T to'-oTCxent war reported to be.
OUET? f tat tome falling off was re
lit L& bh rra'n v mcnt, especially
o, - Tie lite rle In the market o:i
lirtttsed to hao defined the scn-
-Xs& i mr tbc bank statement and to
u uJL 'JVcd for Jpnre-.slng Influence
taw than tho absence of any
Or4i la money ratcs- . . Th0 ,cnn-,
thea! 'iP-lrt4 bv last week's sustained
tm ;5cs had Vokon OJt In an un
it is:sa!atIon of baying orders over
cbo! fa ell these advantages there was
"taali tussot profit-taking sal"s thrown
Tit: it swkct that prices promptly re
lit m I'fc'ss Irregular and continuing to
Man ts a lotrer level until many of
eJ It skrf re a po'nt or more below
aij.a rXi dcolng level
)tMi b lire Irregular Total fales. par
trMi R?E,f4 United States bonds were
' Y0RK B0ND LIST-
'ULyifiiljres.lW Mau. c. g. 4s..l04-2,
nfc c. is csy.
sSa. MTl: 3 it St L. 4s.. 942
SIISbiIs rej.-lSl 7.1 , K. .& T. 4s. .101 '
Mia. . 1SJ ..: 81
,Vi;l5.Mtbre. K- "Mex. Xat. c. 4s.. 70
N- Y. C. g. 3,3.100
Alt .. . &7 N Pac. 4s 10IU
S?Lto. .. S5A 3s 7l4i
f,50.t! ... 101"; N" & W. c. 4s..lC0Vi
il- SI' O. S L. 4a & p, 93
JGt5s..ll!'i Penn c. 3Vis 04
S 'a RMdlns g. Is.. .100
...2 JL n 5s 114
taa!J7H,St L. & San F.
"l 1 4 St. P fg. 4s S7
L-Sj Ifc HSU St. L. SW. lsts.. osa;
LtPlsTT S. Pac. Js 9414
SI! Soul horn Ry. 53.117
hSJ. .(USL t. & P. lsts.... 120
1 fv Pi 15... Tiii 4s I.. 7SVi
iWiU bsls riT'nlon Pacific Is 10514
rrs ft i 15 conv. 4s
aai..lOU. S. S. 2nd &s 83
lyLfl Ra Is. ri w-hash lsts ,.ll7ai
V r. r." - d0b- B CCMi
ikaver V. & L, E. 4s.. 90
ini'7i 110 Wb- Con 4s 90
Fw2 ?7--l Colo. F. c. Cs... 75
JWai Xid. .ioiu
dfl ! CLOSING STOCK LIST.
L Sa,es High. Low. Close.
!'C . 3,700 132 m'Vi 131
. K0 182 1S2 1S2
9 ... 18.200 43 41 45
n ICO S9 29 39
;t'.'. lii'oo" io ic
tet .. . 00 ISO isotJ! 1S9-V,
42,0-M 1557s 15S 159
l..!!" i.s.:o $2 si" si
. . 1.100 19 1914 lDVi
c,d. 514 51 51
I ..... 4 R0O 171 170 170
rt .. W) 293 29?. 290
... 700 29 20 23
9.W 33 31 32
1 " S S?4 w 47
2.00 110 139i 1406
'00 23 25Vi 25
" DiECO 12Sij 127W 127
L W 151 151 151
2-0 as S3 841
5,100 1 22 1 20?i J2l
SM":; liBM 73 73" 76
Tti" r,r 09
' ' ,l'l52 2,74
;..; A!S liil Jp
A U 34 35
l. ; 3,3 132
30.WO p CS C9tt
Co . 2.W 2D--J, 2S 29V
Pfd 700 B914 55a; C5?
" . 2J.1W 22 21 22
,C 4 47
" 32 3
100 W 95 91
. K$ 32 31 311
JfM 51 61 51
' ".SCO 1034 102 -102,
ICO M 93 92
;.' 2-200 21 201 i 20
I , CKO 425.1 A2 42'4
vVi"" 17"i 17 17
'-'at-. 1.100 li m W
n't "l -IS -Ml
W ' '. 0,100 ll 12
2l'o " 216" 2f
I,"" 2C0 120 119 120
. 22 23 t
!, ' 100 S0 0i
; ;; CM 30 29 29
" " -fS2
311 t- -.C00 23 3ti 32
' 27& 27" 74
it :- M Jj7 90 90
11 Cq'-. 8.CCO 132 131 1314
rSan : Wiog 5S 'm S
... ' w 37 35 3GA
! ss at
fcr ' " 3731 173l 172A
00 18 171 17
t 'r- -r--f
New York . ,. ....67c -f
-f- San Francisco btc
' LEAD. .
' New York exchango 54.2034. 30
-- New York exchange... ?12.50r'i2G2 4-
preferred 4W 76 76 76
Interna Pump 30
nt.iKad 17'500 2U 24?4 25?'.
o0rlhrA,mer " 200 55'' 25 95
Sac .all 700 Wfc 33 31
People s Gas 2,300 103JJ 1024 103H
P Stcol Car 2,000 31 Jl 3l(2
Pullman Pal Cnr ooj
Rep Steel 9,000 if i6 'l034
preferred S.000 52 C0i 52
Rubber Goods 400 21 213t "1
preferred ' ' rju
Tcnn C & Iron .... 0.4C0 49 45 4ri
TJ S Leather 3.SCO 10 , 9 9
T Prcfered 700 S7 'S7 S714
U S Realty 1,200 C3 C2 02
U S Rubber ........ 2,800 24 23 23
preferred 700 79 781 79
U S Steel 40,900 19 1S 19
preferred 12J.900 76?i 73 70
Westlnghouso Elcc. 400 165 1C4 104
West Union 500 91 90 91
Total sales for the day, L001.500 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.-Bar silver. 57c.
Mexican dollars, 43c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 3.-Sllvcr bars.
Mexican dollars, 4GtT4Gc.
Drafts, sight. 7c; telegraph, 10c.
New York Money.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Close: Moncv on
call stoady. 1G2 per cent, closing bid
11. ofTerrd at 2. Time loans slightly
firmer, sixtifr days ZY,, ninety days 3.
six months 34. Prime mercantile paper
4tf?6 per cent. Sterling exchange steady
with actual business ln bankers' bills at
J4.35.4C574.S5.50 for demand, and at $4.S3.40tt
4.83.15 for sixty dav bills; posted rates,
54.8lfM.84 and $4.SC?4.S7: commercial
New York Metals,
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. The London tin
market reported another advance, with
spot quoted at 12S 12s G'l and futures nt
12S lEs. Locally, the market was a shade
higher, In sympathy, being held at J2S.10
Copper was also a shade higher In Lon
don, closing at 5S 5s for spot and 65 7s Cd
or futures. Locally, tho market shows a
steadier tone, but Is without material
change. Lake Is lipid at S.TatfrKJ.OO; elec
trolytic, S12.75?n2.87; casting. $12.50f?
12.02. Exports of copper for the month
of September are reported as 20.4G9 tons;
Xor the nine months so far, 178 90 tons,
against 93.SS0 tons for the corresponding
period last year.
Lead was unchanged at 1 COfW.SO in the
local market, and at 11 17s Cd ln London.
Spelter was unchanged at J5.10JTG.20 ln
New York and at 22 7s G'l In London,
Iron closed at 50s 2d ln Glasgow and at
43s 3d In MIddlesboro. Locally. Iron was
unchanged. No. 1 foundry Northern Is
quoted nt J13.7MI14JJ5; No. 2 foundry
Northern. J13.2'i1?'13.50; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern
CHICAGO. Oct. 3. Cattle Receipts. 1G.
000. Including 1000 Texans and 7000 West
erns; market steady, good to prime
steers, J5.G0flG.40: poor to medium, J3.E0
5.35: stockers and fecdors. J2.25fJ4.25: cows.
$1.50f)M.35; heifers. J2.00'l 75; canncrs, SI GO
(S2.40: bulls, J2.00JT4.20; calves, J3.0OS6.75;
Texafc fed steers. J3.50SG.00; Western
Hogs Receipts. 24.000; market steady to
5c lower; mixed and butchers'. J5.C3t?C15-,
good to choice heavy, JCSSiClS; rough
heavy, J5.40J7G.75; light, J5.70U6.15; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 40.fXO; sheep, steady;
lambs. 15c lower; good to choice wethers.
J3.G0Jf4.35; fair to choice mixed. J3.2JJJ3.75;
Western sheep. J3.251J-1 15; native Iambs,
$1.0025.90; Western lambs, SI.2SQa.35.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 3. Cattlc-Rc-celpta,
COCO; market 10c lower. Native
steers, S4 0O17G.00; cows and heifers, J2.40JP
3.75; Western steers, J3.O3SM.40; Texas
Bteers, J2.4OS3.70; cows and heifers. J2.15G)
3.25; canners. Sl.S&S'J.lO; stockera nnd feed
ers. J2.25fl3.90; calves. J3.0TJS, 25 ; bulls,
stags, etc.. S1.5OJJ3.00. Hogs Receipts. 350D;
market Gc lower. Heavy. J5.GX?5.70, mixed,
J5.C53S.70; light. J5.70Ji5.85; pigs, S5.fj0fiG.G0;
bulk of sales. $5.05115.72, Sheep Receipts.
21 000; market steady to strong. Western
yearlings. J3.G0JJ4.C0; wethers. J3.4OJ23.S0;
ewes, J3.COJ?3.50; common and stockers.
$2.2S!a'G-75; lambs. J15OJj5.10.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 3.-Cattle-Re-cclpts.
17.000; slendy to strong. Natlvo
steers, J3.75t7G.00. native cows and hclfcra,
$1.0004.75: stockers and feeders. J2.25'Jr4.0);
bulls. J1.7503EO; calves. J2.G0gG.E0; West
ern stcoES, j3.00JJ4.23; Wostorn cows, $1.G0S
3.25. Hoes Receipts. 3000; steady to 5c
lower. Bulk. Jo,7&JJu.90; heavy, J5.S5Jt5.S5.
packcro. $5.7&f?6.95: pigs-and light, JG.CCig"
5 85. Sheep Receipts 10.O10. Steady to 19c
lower. Muttons. J3 00JI3.S5; lambs, f i O0J?
C.25; range wethers, J3.253T3.80; ewes, $2.?5
WE NEVER MISSTATE
FACTS OR MISREPRESENT
By Arriving at St. Louis in the Morn
ing You Gain One Full Day at tho
Leave Salt Lake at 7 a. m. via the O.
S. L., U. P. and Wabash and arrive at
St. Louis 7:15 a. m. the second morn
ing, 47 hours and 15 minutes actual run
Our competitors, leaving hero the
same morning, arrive at St. Louis In
the evening, 10 hours and 40 minutes
longer on tho road. '
Returning, the Wabash leaves St.
Louis 7:30 p. m. (permitting all day at
the Fair), reaches Omaha the next
morning, connecting with the Union
Pacific "Overland Limited," arriving nt
Salt Lnlte next afternoon at 4:20 p. m.,
45 hours and GO minutes actual running
time with a through sleeper In both
directions, without change, between
Salt Lake and the World's Fair
Grounds or Union Depot, St. Louis.
Our competitors, leaving St. Louis
same evening, arrive here ln the morn
ing, 15 hours and 10 minutes longer on
Examine tho official Guide and verify
For rates and sleeping car reserva
tions call at 201 Main 3trcet, Salt Luke
S50.00 for Wood.
We collected this amount for A O,
Wood, the grocer, last week. The deht
was four years old. Man skipped to
Idaho. Merchants' Protective Ass'n.,
Francis G. Luke. Gcn'l JMgr., Scientific
Collectors of Bad Debts, top floor
Comm'l Blk. Some peoplo don't like us.
if Local Market
Supplies of Now York Product Ex
pected In Springs Cheaper
Florida pineapples and frcah dates
wero among the now shipments received
yestorda- on tho local market. Concord
grapes are off tho market for tho pres
ent, but New York Concords are ex
pected In Wednesday. The will come a
llttlo higher than the Utah grapes have
been selling for about 35 to 40 cents a
basket, wholesale Turnips, beets and
carr) are a llttlo cheaper, selling now
at $j bubhel Utah onions and radishes
are bj cents a dozen.
t.v unusual situation of spring chick
ens selling cheaper than hens exists on
tho local markot, tho hens continuing
scarce, whllo springs aro very plentiful.
New bloaters came in yesterday. Every
thing ln the fish lino Is on tho market
in abundance and the demand is good.
Meats. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse,
1SJJ20C; pork, 17c; mutton chops, 10Jjl5c;
legs, 12c; Bprlng lamb, 12j20c perlb;
veal, 12ft 2Gc; veal loaf. 30c
Poultry. Dressed hens, ISc; broilers, 30
Q35c; turkeys, 25c; ducks, 20c; roast
,Frults. Crabapplcs, DOc a peck; Utah
apples, per peck, 30JJ4OC; lemons, per
dozen, 2sc; oranges, per dozen, 40fji;0c;
poaches, per pound. 5c; per case.
40JjC0c; bananas, per dozen, 30c; pears, 5c
a pound; limes, 2c; plums, 5c; Utah wa
termelons. IStMCc, Utah cantaloupes, 5jj?
10c; grapes (black), per banket, 40c; grapoj
(white), 10c. Tokay grapes, 10c; pome
granlcc, 15c pound; pineapples, 30 and 40c
Vegetables. Now celery. Gc a stalk; oys
ter plant. f.c a bunch; China ruUlshcs. 2
for c. Utah egg plant, 5c a pound;
parsnips, two for 5c; Utah peppers, llsroe
pounds for 25c; red cabbage, four pounds
for 25c; sweet potatoes, pur pound. Jc;
giecn corn on cob, dozen, 20 and 3oc; Utah
summer squash, 3 for Gc; Utah cucumbers,
3 for 6c; caullllower, 10c a pound,
potatoes, per peck, 20c; wax beans,
0c per pound; cabbage, per pound,
4c; turnips, per pound. 2c, green onions.
2c; carrots, 2c; bcet6, 2c; Utah to
matoes, per opund, 2c; lettuce, 0c;
California lettuce, two for 15c; pumpkins,
15c, Hubbard squash, 15c; pickling cu
ctmbors, 50c per 103; pickling onions, 50c
a peck; string beans, 7c.
Dairy Products Butter, per pound, 30c;
cheese, 15c, oggs, per dozen. 25JI30c;
fancy cheese, per pound, 25c; comb
honey, per comb, 15c; strained honey, per
pound, 15c; Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c;
llmburger cheese, per pound, GOc; cream
brick cheesa, 25c, Edam cheese, each,
Fresh Fish. Black bass, 35c: salmon,
17c; mountain trout, 40c; halibut, 15c;
3trlped bass, 20c, shad, 15c, Mackinaw
trout, 20c; codfish, 15c; perch, 12c; stur
geon, 15c; white ilsh, JWc; mountain her
ring, 20c; select oysters, GOc a quart;
Barracuda, per pound, 15c; aca bass, per
Hay, Grain and Straw Oat straw, per
ton, $10.00; alfaifa. S10.WJJ10.59: timothy,
per ton, baled. S14.00Jjl5.oO; wheat, per
bushel, 95$1.05; corn, per cwt., JL40S1.50;
corn, cracked, Sl-45'ol.50; outs. $l.u;
rolled oats, 51.45; barley, rolled. $1.35
LIS; (lour, bakers' No. 1, $2.30; Hour,
straight grade. J2.IOJi'J.G0. Hour, high pat
ent, J2.COU2.70; ryo, $2.W. graham Hour,
J2.50JJ2.75; cOrnmcal, J1.90JJ2.CO; bran, Jl;
bran and Bhorts. Sl.10ffl.15.
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, 4Jjuc;
dressed veal, per pound. 9c; dressed pork,
per pound, 8c. dressed "lambs, per
pound, Gc; dressed mutton, per pound,
lc; dressed hogs, Sc; live, 5c per pound.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 15c; broilers, per
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case, $-1.50;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen. 30g5nc; Utah
watermelons, dozen, $1.50; white grapes,
case. $1.15; black grapes. $.1.00: Tokav
grapes. $1.35; Utah apples, uusnel. 7&c;
Santa Paulo lemons, box, $4.C0; peaches,
box, 50S75c; 'plums, box. GOc; bananas, per
bunch, J2.G0; limes, per 100. $1.50; Utah
pears, box, $1.25; cranberries, $10 barrel;
dates, per pound, SJjlOc; pineapples, per
dozen. $2 76; German prunes. $1.00 per
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, $ti.40; cano
MJgar. JG.50. , .
Vegetables. California head lettuce. 50
G0c per dozen; oyster plant, 43c a dozon,
new celery, dozen. 50c; parsnips, dozen,
bunches, 50c. now poppers, per pound: Gc; I
Utah summer squash, dozen. 20c; Utah
tomatoes. G070c a bushel; yollow onions, 1
per 100, $1.25; vegetable marrow, dozen,
GOc; red cabbage, per pound, 2c; sweet
potatoes, per cwt., $2.00. Utah cabbage,
per 100. 75c; new potatoes, per cwt., 90c;
turnlpB, beets and carrots, por 100. $1.00;
green onions, por dozen. 20c; radishes.
Utah. 20c; pumpkins, dozon, J1.75; golden
tomatoes, pound, 4c; Utah egg plant, Gc,
Dairy Products Butter,- per pound, 2oc;
cheese, per pound. 12e; eggs, per case,
J6 50JT7; comb honey, per crate. $2.75;
swcltzcr ohcesc, per pound, ISc; llmburg
er cheese, per pound, 10c; cream brick,
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass. 35c; sal
n on, 13c. mountain trout, 35c: halibut, 12c;
striped bass, per lb., 16c; shad, por lb , 11c;
Mackinaw trout, 16c; soles, per pound,
ic flounders, per pound, 9e; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; cattish, per
pound, 12c; perch, per pound. 10c; lobs'ers
per pound, 15c; oystors, New York
counts. J1.C0 per 100; selects. J2.G0 por gal
lon; Barracuda, per pound, 12c; aea buss,
per pound, 12c.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Butter Irregular;
street price extra creamery, 20ii21c; of
Ilclal prices, creamery, common to extra,
13'Cc; do held extras, 19fj20o: State
dairy, common to oxtra. 13Jjl9c.
Cheese Stronc; State full cream, small
fancv colored and white, 10c; do poor to
prime, SfilOVic; largo colored and whlto
fancy. 9'JjlOc; largo white, poor to fancy,
Eggs Weak; Wcstorn fair selected, 21
(522c; do average best, 20S21c.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3. At tho outset the
wheat market was decidedly weak. Open
ing quotations on December woro down
to r-ic ut $U2 to $L12. May was off
rtkc to Hc. at $1.12 to 51.12. Tho
factors that contributed to tho Initial
weakness wero lower cables, liberal
world's shipments and heavy receipts in
On tho resulting bulgo in wheat hero,
December advanced to Jl.ll'i and May to
51,14. During tho lost hour tho markot
lost 'much of its newly-acquired strength,
the principal depressing influenco being
an unusually heavy primary movement.
Realizing sales caused a considerable re
action, but a firm tono prevailed at tho
close. Final quotations on Decombor woro
at $1.13S'1-13. May closed at SUSP'S
Weakness of wheat and favorable
w'cathor conditions brought out fair Bell
ing of corn early In the ncssIon, resulting
In adccllno from Saturdays closing quota
tions. Sentiment at the close was barely
steady. December opened lJjVi to ViJj-'Jic
lower at 50 to 50c, sold up to 51c, and
closed at 51c. Local receipts wero 115
Liberal receipts and an Increase of near
ly two million bushels ln the visible sup
ply were bear factors In tho oato market.
December opened unchanged to c higher
nt .'0 to 31c, advanced to 31 and closed
at 31ffi31c Locnl receipts were 201 cars
A heavy decrcaso In contract stocks,
especially of lurd, caused strength ln pro
vision. Thero wao more outcido intorcat
manifested in tho market than for 301110
tlmo past and orders were mostly on the
buying side. At tho close January pork
was up 27c, lard was up 10c. and. ribs
closed with a gain of 10Jjl2c.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles Open, High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
October 1.11 1.12 1.11 1.11
December 1.12 1.14 1.11 LIS1!
May 1.12 1.14 1.12V4 1.13
Corn, No. 2
Octobcr G2 52 52 62
December 50 Gl 50 61
May , .19 49 js 49
Oats, No. 2
October 30 30 30 30
December 31 31 0 31
Mav 33 33 33 334
October 11.70 ll.SO ll.G7 11.80
December 11.75 11. 97 11.90 11 93
January 13.40 13,05 13.10 13.C0
October 7.75 7.85 7.75 7.80
December 7.07 7.C7 7.07 7.67
January 7.67 7.75 G2 7.G2y.
October 7.S2 8.00 7.S2 S.00
January G.92 7.03 G.92 7.02
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour,
firm; No. 2 spring wheat, J1.1551.1S; No. 3,
Sl.10ffl.16; No. 2 red, $1.1241.14; No. 2
corn, 53c; No. 2 yellow, 55c; No 2 oats.
30c, No. 2 white, 33ftC3e; No. 3 white,
31ft32c; No. 2 rye. 75c; good feeding bar
ley, 20-JJC7C, fair to choice malting, 37c'tf
4Sc. No. 1 flax seed, $1.10; No. 1 North
western, $1.17: mess pork, per barrel,
$11 SOJrll .90; laid, per 100 pounds, $7.S0'fr
7.S2; short ribs sides (loose), $7.87ft8.00;
short clear sides (boxed), SS.50JiS.75; whis
ky, basis of high wines, $1.20; clover,
contract grade, $1215.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rnts. Ship.
Flour, barrols C0.8C0 17.SO0
Wheat, bushels 61,100 31,fO0
Corn, bushels 1G2.20) 409.7CO
Oats, bushels 149,400 177.3fcO
Rye, bushels 9.CO0 6,100
Barley, bushels 20.GCO 13,000
On tho produce "exchange today tho but
ter market waH steady, crcamerlca, lH
20c; dairies, 13Jjl7c; Eggs, steady, prime,
20c; extra. 22c: cheese, firm, 9A;g10c.
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.-The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, Octobcr 1, was as
Wheat, 1.5G5.000 bushels; increase, 2362
Corn. G,C93,100 bushels; decrease, 42,0(0
Oats. 2,564,760 bushels ; Increase, 1,000,000
Ryo, 1.500,000 bushels; decrease, 45,000
Barley, 4,141,000 bushels; Increase, 1,017,
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 3. Wheat
Weaker; December, $1.52; May, J1.54.
Barley Weaker; December, J1.12 bid.
St. Louis Wool Markot.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 3. Wool-Steady; Ter
ritory and Western mediums, 22jj25c; fine
medium, 17$18c; line, IOJjICc.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Sugar Raw.
strong; fair rellnlng, 3c; centrifugal, 96
test, 1 5-16c; molasses sugar, 3c. Re
fined, quiet; No. G. $4.75; No. 7, $1.70; No.
S, SI.GO; No. D, $4 55; No. 10, $4.50, No. 11,
$4.40; No. 12, J1.33, No. 13. J 1.30; No. II.
J4.30. Confectioners' A. $5.00; mold A, J5E0;
cut-loaf, J5.S5; crusheds, J5.S5; powdered,
J5.23; granulated, S5.15; cubes, $5. 10.
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN. Oct. 3. Butter Firm and un
changed from last week at 20c a pound.
Sales for tho week. GS7.0O0 pounds.
I Another Coffee I
That Is good and enjoys a largo H
sale Is our 'A
'J ORIENTAL COFFEE, i
! AT 35C PER POUND. g
This coffeo Is ns good as most ro
' other persons' 40c kind. There's no A
i premium with it. only quality, tho 5
; very highest quality. It wouldn't I
I be qutto ao good with tho extra '4 I
cost of a premium Try It. 2j 1
I CooK Tea & Coffee Co.
j 'Phone 974-Y 14 E 3rd So $
, CUMMINGS j
j I COMMISSION CO. I
v i " u
I Continuous quotations on Nev7 .
; York Stocks and Chicago Grain. 5
i We buy and cell stocks and grain
!; on margin or for caah. Our private
v rooma enable our customers to ;i
'$ como In and transact business with f
tho utmost sccreoy. ;
'i Wrllo or call for our Book of In- p
formation ("System of Specula-
a tlon"). free upon application. ?,
3 Rooms ZOU.210-211-212 D F. walker
Mfmbcra Salt Lako Stock and y
', Mlnlnp Exchange 'Phono G39 ji
QUINCY JUNIOR MINING COM
PANY. Prlnclpnl plaoo of business, Salt Lake
City. Utah. Notice of annual and special
meeting of stockholders.
Notlco is hereby given that tho annual
meeting or tho stockholders of tho "Qulncy
Junior Mining company," a corporation
organized and existing under tho laws of
the State of Utah, with Us principal place
of business at Salt Lako City, Utah, as
nrovldod in tho articles of Incorporation of
uald company, will bo held nt th
ceneral office of said company, at
100m No. 100, In the David Keith
building. toU'C, N3. 212 to 256
South. Eaot Temple street, in tho City of
Salt Lake. Stato of Utah, on Wednesday,
tho 6th day of October. 1904, at 11 o'clock
lr. tho forenoon of said day, for tho pur
pose of transacting such business as may
lawfully como beforo said annual meeting.
And notice la hereby further .given that
a special meeting of tho stockholders of
wald Qulncy Junior Mining company la
hereby calied and will bo held at the eamo
time and placo hcrelnbeforo staled for
Bald annual meeting, for the purposo of
upon and determining whether tho
uiu'oa of Incorporation of said company
"hall bo amended by adding thereto an
artlclo to stand and bo article No. 7, as
"The prlvato property of the stockhold
ers Bhall not be liable for tho dobts or ob
ligations of tho corporation."
And in case said proposition shall bo
adopted to so amend said articles, then
and ln that case to authorize and direct
the officers of this company to mnko tho
nccossary certificates required by law and
take any and all stops necessary to offec
tuato said amendment.
Dutcd, Salt Lake City. Septombcr G, 1904.
W. V. RICE, President.
W. W. ARMSTRONG. Sccrctnry, a600
1 zv WE TRET AND CURE 03jg
i JjhyrrL OATARItU Doafnc&s, Now and Throat f ?y$N&
a rfSi Troublaa, Kjo ana Ear DIjoajes, Bronohlal P- G5yESMUMfV
1 IffrZiif ond LnDTroublos. Asthma, Htomacb.I.lT- Li WHBSl
TAv "and Ktdnor Dloawa. Blnddor TroaMea. T35 BM?iX5flll t
UYtffM 3r Fomals Complaint, Chronic Lfsoaocs of SjmlffSS
wftlGft. ' ""Jm. Woinon and Children, lloart I)loao, or-. ,Pywi'X
y i vou Dt.iMs, Chorci, (bt. Vltua' Dance), i7 tJVr HlM
'.S-rf StcrllUr, ItioUou, Spinal Trouble, 8kln 1)1- S
fj tenia, Salailoa and Ilbouraatlom, DlsuaJO-s 7iV5 jS. '
JV VTS of ' B"c!9. Plloo. tlilula and Rectal Vaf3t
3 w5jS Troublaa, Goltro (or bid n?oi). lllocd Dl-
I Jfi fjtA . acmea, Taps Worm, liar Fovcr' Hyatcrla, Mr JSaByKs
j Vw Kpfiopar, jtiMmnln, otc, and all Norrous, ' 'ttiJUmrJrfif
rrtrat and Chronlo Dlaoano. 'SrvSR3
I'&VriL'RVi'V Conaultntlon Froo. trZylm&2Gr
vsKT$ ,n B" Pf'role disease ol mvn. to show our j81;(Wr
E)Z4l flood fnih snd skill, wo are always w.IIIng to &jfav'
db. a. j. shore?.. Walt for our tee until a euro is tjflccled, so. o. tt. am earn
I .r",: I WEAK MENr VAB.COCELt I
1 tboroocu. Koi onu of 1 1 - , AtnoluWlr patnleai
our pallonla ha oror I 11 11 treat moat that oret
a rriapsa nnor So called "Woakncw" ln raon rrtoriW conipiPtcij. Inrsati- i
bolnir dlsoharced n a ajraptora of obroulo lon.smraatlon In Fato onr rnothoa It R
cured, and wo o''ro In tho prostate gland, brounht on bj earlr ' tuc only tnoroaghly B
lou tlmo than iho or- d'asipatlon or by tho Improper treat- aolontlue treatment (or u
dlnary forme of treat- I moot of to mo contracted dUcasu. A tul1 U'dto bolnf esa- B
montroqulro. comploto and radical euro Is, thorefore, ployfld,
a qacntlon of roitorlnit tbo prottate D
1 eland to Ita rjormal tnte, nd this wo al
i Specific Blood Poison. fLfSXt 2S2S&i f
' No danserous mluorala Our treatrcont la n local ono entirely. ns strlnfnrJ. -plf?i! U
to drlTO tho Tlrua 10 It 5: rrlulnal and iclentlflc, and h.i w M.inlw.'oTl w 0
tho Intflrlor but harm- boon p"n absolutoly offectlTo by droilr K o m i nil I-
1 lfia, blood-cloanalnc thouiandn of tal. Wo aro convinced Weiltneiii. otc li
romtdles, that roinoro that by no olhor tnethou can full uud a ,0 aruon Ahi ll
j ' ' 1 1 !
HOME CURES BV mAIU 1
j We make a apcolnlty of ourlns patlonts by mall, vfo faaro ourCt'. thotnandt irtto bars
I sorer sten na poraonnlly. If yon are afflicted and cannot call, write ua roT adrlce and frj irmp
j ton blank and we will gladly advise you regarding your caao, freo of c tiara 0.
1 OQee Honrs: 6 a. m, to 6pja. Erenlnsa,7 to 81 Sundayt and Holidays, 10 a.m. to IX
I DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 IXlVA.
r i ii i rr n i 1 1 i ii i in i " 1
I fil. S P Da La Ol I
Stands for "Some people don't f3
WS? 7.- like us-" It,s a fnct aud there's $
'u-fs-' no use beating: nrotnd the bush 2
4 r$LX about it. Wo Collect Bad Debts 'j
7 Om from Dend Beats. There may i
Vtrff corno a timo when we will bo ";
4 ff awarded a prize at the State fair !
for thh bcst exhibit of Bad f:t
? Liyt' Debts Collected; if so you want
1 s to come and seo the exhibit.
f xf3$ y f e guarantee an exhibit ci
f tbnt w Interest tho most
i J&t0rt' 7''&fK j j& languid and cause smiles of ap-
i J'Pff probation to ripple over faces Yi
(iMlM jtfi' tnnt haven't rippled for years. j
y: y'YMy Hero's a sample of a few we i
!j ''ZStfw collected last week: i
WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED ?
1 $I2S.00 $84.09 j
In gold last week for William last week for W. J. Robinson of k
Klrkup of Franklin, Ida. It was an Grantsvllle. It was an old debt four- i
1 old torn and battered note, had to be teen years of age. Had two julta ln
j pinned to Itself. court over this, nnd won both.
r, WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED J,
$35.00 S75.00 :
V i.t Tyn last week for Jacob Auren trom a j
i mi i n-,n fvnm , S mn In Oklahoma. The man was -3
i t n mnn P tils friend years ago and Aurcs loaned 3
K- man- him tho monoy.
J WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED $
I $29.95 .$II5.:0
last week for Castlcton Bros., for last week for Tho Murray Mcrcan- i
a grocery bill seventeen years old. tile Co.. from a man who wont Into P
( The mnn that paid It says ho'Il bankruptcy. We had two fights In 2
i hire us when he has a hard case court over this, but wo won in both Q
lo fight and wants to win It. courts. A
. . ;
Docs anybody owo you' Do you w?nt the money? If so write or call i
f or in. If we did not know we could collect your bills wo would not be 1
?J bj idlng J4000 this year for advertising. This ad will bring us Bad Debts
jl to collect. Wo will collect them and make commissions thereon. ?
Don't think your bills aro too bad but send them ln. y
jlEICMTS5 PROTECTIVE ASS'N.
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Publishers of Credit Ratlnr Books 3
Reporters of how peoplo pay. ' H
Home Offices, Top Floor Commercial Block. t
r FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. U
j1 "Some Peoplo Don't Like Us." .
NOTHING BUT BUTTER
Made by the new modern creamery where purity and cleo.nllnes3 ore first
Faust reaimery Supply gOoSS j
PROBATS AND GUARDIANSHIP )i j
Consult Count"" Clone or tho respective jM
aignero for further Information. i' 'iH
t IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- llH
b.lto division, ln and for Salt Lako coun-' U ftH
ty. Stuto of Utah. In the matter of tho lijH
estate and guardianship of Mary A. R. I l
Carrlngton, Incompetent. Notice. I' iiiH
Tho petition of Ireno I. Carrlngton, l f-eH
praying for the Issuanco to herself, or j ' 'H
aomo other responslblo person of let- ' vfH
tors of guardianship on tho person and ' IttH
catato of Mary A. R. Carrlngton, incom-
potent, has been set for hearing on Fri- 'riH
day, tho 11th day of October. A. D. 1901, ,
at 10 o'clock a, m . at tho county court- 4 , ;
house, ln the courtroom of said court, ln ff '
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. )
Witness the Clerk of said court with ii !
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
October, A. D. I'M. !
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk. !
By Holena A. Mcintosh, Doputy Clerk. 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-I i' ,11
oato division, in and for Salt Lake coun- l.
ty, Stnto of Utah. In the mattor of tho !
estato of Joseph K. Clark, deceased. No-
Tho petition of Amanda E. Clark, pray- i
lng for tho Issuance to E. W. Clark of, ' liH
letters of administration, with will an- i "ll
nexod upon estate do bonis non. deceased, ! I
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho i
Hth day of October, A. D 1904. at 10'
o'clock a. m , at1 tho county courthouse,
In tho courtroom of said court, ln Salt'
Lako City, Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court with ifl
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of i ll
October, A. D. 1904. IH
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk. ,
Harrison O, Shcpard, Attorney for Pc- IH
tltlonor. b393 '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- !
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun- I IH
ty. State of Utah,. In tho matter of tho !
estato of Ruth ET Grant, deceased. No- i liH
tlco ' IH
The petition of Robert D. Grnnt. ex- I
ccutor of the estato of Ruth L. Grant, i
deceasod. praying for tho settlement of " ))
llnal account of aald executor, and for ' j
tho distribution of the residue of said IH
estato to tho persons entitled, has beon
35tfor.hear,nEr on Friday, tho 14th day I 2JM
of October, A. D. 1004, at 10 o'clock a. m., 1 ifiH
at tho county courthouse, ln tho court- i
room of said court, ln Salt Lako City, '
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with ;
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of LiH
October. A. D. KOI. :
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. 1 '
By David B. Davics, Dcputv Clerk. lM
Androw Howat, Attorney for Estate. (
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I
bate division, ln and for Salt Lake coun- ( ' aH
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tbo
estato of William C. Lyons, deceased, '
Tho petition of W. N. McGIIl. praying I, L 'H
for the issuance to W. T. Guntcr of let- ! -
ters of administration ln the estato of ( ,
William C. Lyons, deceased, has b'ecn set ' 1 1
for hearing on Friday, tho 14th day of tM
Octobcr, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.t Ml
at the county courthouse. In the court- tB
room of said court, in Salt Lako City, IH
Salt Lake county, Utah. !
Witness tho Clerk of said court with j
the seal thorcof affixed, this 3rd day of
Octobcr. A. D. 1901. ,
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk. M
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Dickson, Ellis & Ellis, Attorneys for i
Potltlonur. b3Sl 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-
bato division, in nnd for Salt Lake coun- I
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho ' JM
estate of Charles Mayberrj'. deceasod. 1
Notice. ' IH
Tho petition of Adeline Maybcrry, ad-
minlatratrlx of the estate of Charles 1 jH
Mayberry. deceased, praying for an. or- .,iH
der of sale of real property of said dc- i I
cedent, and that all persons Interested JH
appear beforo tho said court to show 'iH
cause why an order should not bo I
granted to sell, Icaso and grant an I
option on so much ns shall bo ncces- rH
sn ry, of tho following described real cs- I
tatc of said decedent, to-wit. Tho Betsy I IH
mining claim, patented by tho United , IH
States as lot 471, in West Mountain Mln
lng district. Salt Lake county, Utah, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 11th
day of Octobcr, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock !
a. m., at tho county courthouse. In tho I
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako ''iH
City. Salt Lako county. Utah. '
Witness tho Clerk of said court with fc
the seal thereof afllxed, this 3rd day of fS.i- i aiH
October. A. D. 1901. ' r?
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk, If liH
Bradley & PIschell, Attorneys for Es- i IH
tate. b392 fJI
A responsible dealer in dia- il
monds is just as rollablo when lll
selling; glasses. Wo' charge noth- rl
ing for examinations and sell the ill
frames and lenses lower than most 1
Phone 65 for the correct time.
Thirty Years in Salt Lake City. W
J&Mflh THE OLDEST RELIABLE SPECIAL- (jSR jMtillf iB
; )jB Salt Lake Microscopic Iledi- wflh I I
; f- cai Institute. rJ I
; DR. C. W. HIGGINS, M. D., Mgr. and Prop. tvP
ST. ELMO HOTEL, V
Corner Main and Third South Streets. Thirty Years in Satt Lake
After 45 years' study of Nature and her laws along special linos, my superior advantages and ability go ffl H
without saying, and I unhesitatingly declare, and my unparalleled record as a successful specialist ln private g H
diseases of men backs up my claim, that more men have been curod by me of VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, I "H
NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY, BLOOD POISON and REFLEX DISORDERS within the last 35 years than Ej IH
by any specialists ln the United States combined. This fact is self-evident nnd Indisputable, and, with my 9 , !H
rntes more reasonable, and treatment more successful, you do wrong to experiment with concerns whose meth- ilH
ods are being frequently changed, and whoso doctors arc the scrapings together of transient and defunct con- fl
Courtesy demands that we m entlon no names ln a newspaper, but If you come to my office. I can furnish jf
some valuable Information with the- proofs so conclusive that you will not regard them as selfish argumonts. r'il
NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY CURED.
And will forfeit $500 for any case taken under his treatment which he falls to cure If directions are fol- I iH
lowed. All cases of piles cured. Liver and kidney complaint cured All c. asses of fits cured. Tapeworm rc-
moved with head or no pay, Otfl co hours, 10 to 3-30 and 7 to 8 p. m. 'H
Please send for a list of ques tlons to Dr. C. W. HIgsins, Salt Lake City, Utah. j I ' 'TH