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H I,rn!r)-VT MORNING, OCTOBER G, 190i. ,
F!!!l-r- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. , , , 11
gli the -Merchants and the Brokers?!
es So "Wide nnd
-Tlicro was an ex
irkot for accuritJcs
o volume of busl
f Intervals of de
luding. The move
wide and tho flue
and conflicting as
Icrs who sought to
?lic so-called room
s on an enormous
of this character
tho day from tho
c. Such non-s as
lain the movement
Inadequate to ne
5 of lluctuatlona.
:nts wero without
or them. St. Paul
ier, relapsed to a
night, shot up to
re or leds sympn
ioIc list. Tho stock
y rumors with no
or mora properly
stcrloua volume of
umors. which rop
ctures as much as
was subjected to
but showed ovl
d recovered vlgor
cot. but not boforo
nt steel stocks had
Trade rows to
ncnt was as much
ancc In tho group,
ro heavy at first,
wi'rd later under
sylvnnln. Its sub
ng tho differential
d of a coming ln
e & Ohio dividend
- j. Ttis tcs the oniy apparent ground
t lie movement In this group The
ji rfA standonment of tho lend merger
I e Wpsl to depress tho lead and
?) 'fu o! the day's rumors associated
' liih St. Paul and Northern Pacl
(ti supposed plan of settlement of
iJfrtbm Securities conies'., and wero
. pied to account for the rise In the
s. The recular dividend declaration
' i2t!ion was followed by an advance
dit stock The unprecedented ck-
r. ef weper lias been remarked for
1 ttf ifkf, but It was tho assigned
m lor the strength of Amalgamated
,t rf flocks today
a toy's routine news seemed to bo
fccwildcrcd. Attention was given to
Kjola largo amount t.f Australian
& it bi deposited in San Francisco 'n
elij- for telegraphic transfer to New
ji tl Estimates as to tho amount ran
i lib 13 fT.KO.COO. But tho movement
.' !JiveJ lo be In transit to London and
r5 e ti the advantage of the frco trnns
A turns the continent allowed by our
v. tin- balances. St. Paul's final prlco
r Ik day was 1H higher than last
; it lid only a remnant of the day's
ci3t galna showed nt the closing,
J tci -ns Irregular. Many prominent
Lttrtwks ended the dny lower than
f izis wtrc Irregular. Total sales, par
ttTflWOO. United States 3s de
jltti H rr cent on call.
. JI NEW YORK BONDS.
(, ltd is reg 10ii Man con e As . .105-
T ?pcn ... . 101 Mex Cent -Is ... GSA
Jrtg., . 101V;, 1st ine ...
p)n . ..105 Minn & St L 4s. 91V
i 52 s rejr . 131 Mo K &. T A3 ..101
f ?W . . . 131H 2s 81? j
c4J fc reg..lKi Nat R R of Mex
- I ; !cj?" l con 4s 77
' V1" ie 102 N Y C gen 3VS .ICO
i fcC h d Nor Pac Is . ...101
: Li0 43 - 102 3.H 7-1
I 3V 55 Norf & w c -Is.. 100
iiAn '' 53 pcnn con 3s 100
-imt V;-5., 10:iVi Reading gon ls.lOOTi
SI SIL6IMC 53.115
Ml l 5 ?,4S , St I'&SP fg -13 SKk
iBlvP54slto St L, S W la ... 9Syt
'K'r- ,'s Seaboard A L, is SI
'Efs'Pfc 76il So Pnc Is 93 Vt
i,"-SLBls.l02V4 Tex & Pac Is ...120
' Tn. is T St L & W -Is.. 79
J ? p p i " M conv 4s 107
fe?'J3." K, IT s Steel 2d 5s.. 84
2 j 1 1. 13 ' Wabash Is 11SU
4 1;, n Deb E Eo
I IVuii AVls Ccnt .... 91
.mnl4s 10m Colo F & 1 6s .. 75
, I. CLOSING STOCK LIST.
j iv Sales. High. Low. Close.
Kli 43.400 81 S2T(, S3
A Ohio . S.S0O 31 90 Sl',4
i SV , J00 94 91 93
' I r.I Jersc' 1SI lSSvi 1S0
3 1 Alton S9-
!or- Wared St P lo,'t)0 lca 167 1GT
j ! Wi." 352
wanSi Trans 100 c G'
. R f; & 290
? w 500 & 81 SIVi
!SK .1nt .1? S"4
-i Ctail?iial ' ".20 1 142'i 113
I Untin M 21 24 21
.4 "-'yxiUtan 'MOO 151 153 163
m StRv Sccur.12,3' 84 feg 82
"-5trrd StC M- 0 77 77
'3K(t ' C,f,c '28'8W 100
B.RH nf Vr'.' D'100 60 E0
-SfeVork c'enx nW COO 40 40 39
Jft'-md oal- 71 71
M KJrio & 200 92 m 90
VMS- G & Rl t V1C'4W 13,: I33 333
aBinj bt L0"13,,, 400 71 71 71
Adnd ''"'066 '2S',i 2SVi 29
'3wrt'rrcl orthwat 1.900 22 21 21Vi
E!5n Pacini"" 45V .
lKrrpf3 v -10,300 33 32 32
'J4pnn,, 800 91 01 91
'.fef-.:.::J8 S & S
IRpfcrred 5,200 20 20 20
!KU1 uir"; -2 -,2 417 42
MJnn oTc Erl 200 l55 "l-i
-JP'errcdn 500 25 19
WW COO 45 41 41
-- -r-4- -H--f- 4
New York 67c
f San Francisco. GTc -f
4- London 2Qd -f
4- Now York Exchango 4.20J4.SO -f
4- Now York Exchange .$12,6212.75 -f
4444 4-4:4-4444 4-4 44
Mex Central 1,200 14 14 14
United States '. "' iig
Amal Copper SG.SOO Gl CS C0)
Am Car & Foundry 700 23 22 23
preferred CCO Sl 81 81
Am Cotton Oil 1.100 29 29 28
American Ice 1.200 7 7 7
preferred 3.D00 31 32 33
Am Linseed Oil 30
Am Locomotlvo .... 2.S00 26 25 2G
preferred 300 93 95 95
Am Smelting & Rfg 3.700 67 03 60
preferred 700 10S 105 106
Am Sugar Rfg ....4,0V) 132 131 131
Anaconda Mng Co.. 1,900 97 9 6 96
Brooklyn R Tran.. 19,200 BSVi 67Vi 57
Col Fuel & Iron.... 600 35 35 35
Consolidated Gas... 500 212 212 212
Corn Products 1.000 15 15 15
preferred 100 71 71 70
Distillers' Sccur .... 300 25 2S 23
Gen Electric ........ 2,000 174 172 171
Int Papor ., 16
preferred 200 76 76 75!
Int Pump 100 31 '31 33
preferred '300 79Vi 79 7S
National Load 3,900 25-- 25 24
North American ... 100 55 95 91
Pacific Mail 1,300 31 34 31
People's Gas 1.000 103 103 103
Pressed Stool Car.. 1.400 31 31 31
prcfciTcd 2(0 79 73 78
Pullman jPalnco Car 200
Republic Steel 2,300 10 10 10
preferred 2,500 62 61 51
Rubber Goods 600 21 20 20-
preferred ... 83
Tcnn Coal & Iron.. 5,500 49 4S 49
U S Leather 500 9 9 9
preferred COO S7 87 67
U S Realty 700 62 62 61
U S Rubber 700 23 23 23
preferred 400 79 79 79
IT S Steel 45,200 18 1S 7S
preferred 175,600 75 74 75
Wostlnghouse Elec 20.000 166 165 165
Western Union .... 600 92 91 91
Total sales for tho day, 1,354,300 shares.
CHICAGO. Oct. 6-Cattlo Reoolpts.
21.000. Including 7000 Toxans. Market steady
to 10c higher. Good lo prime steors. 5.40y
6.50; poor to medium. $3.755.40; stockcrs
and feeders, 52.251.25; cows, S1.354M.SO;
heifers. J2.00JT6.25; canncrs. J1.352 40;
bulls, J2.0OiN.30: calves. J3.COir7.25; Texas
fed steers. $5.506.50; Western steers, J3.00
Hogs Receipts, 16.000. Market 6c to 10c
higher. Mixed and butchers. J5 Go'Qii.ZO;
good to choice heavy, J6.00JT630; rough
heavy. J5.6OS5.C0; light, JoOGS.M; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 2S.000. Sheep dull;
lambs 10c to 15c lower. Good to cholco
wethers. ?3.70l.2o; fair lo choice mixed.
53.25JJ3.70; "Western sheep, 53,0054.25; na
tive lambs, J1.00S5.75; Western lambs,
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. u.-Cattlc-Bc-cclpts,
7100; market steady to strong. Na
tive steers. J4.COTJ6.10; cows and heifers.
2.4033.60. Western steers. S2,50(f4.60; Texas
steers. 52.703.40; cows and heifers. $2.25??
3.25; canners. J1.5OS2.10; stockcrs and feed
ers, S225G3.75; calves. $3,005.00; bulls,
stags, etc.. 51.60H2.76. Hogs Receipts.
7500; market 5o higher. Heavy. 55.70S5.&D;
mixed. 55.15115.80. nRht, 155.9-3; pigs,
J5.001jG.60; bulk of sales. J5.75S6.00. Sheep
Receipts, 17,000; market active steady.
Western yearlings. J3.6OS3.90; wethers.
J3.50S3.75; ewes, 53.00S3.50; common and
stockcrs, J2.25S3.75; lambs, $4.OOS'I 90.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 5. Cattle Re
ceipts, 14.000; market steady to 10c higher.
Choice export and dressed beef steers,
i3.76SG.lO; native cows and heifers, S1.G0S
4.50; blockers and feeders. $2.50S,1.2o: bullH.
$1.7553.25; calves. J2.60S5.E0; Western
steers, S3.00S4.50; Western cows. 51.50S3.25.
Hogs Receipts. 9000; markel 6S10C higher.
Bulk, J5.75SC.95; heavy, 55.S5S6.00; packors.
55.SOS6.C0; plga and lights, J5.6SS5.55.
Sheep Recoipts, 10,000; market steady.
Utah lambs. 68 pounds, J4.S5; Utah owes,
107 pounds. J3.25; muttons. 53.25S3-S5:
lnmbs, 54.00S5.15; range wethers, 53.40S1
3.85; cwea, 52.76S2.60.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 6. Wool Steady. Me
dium grades combing and clothing. 20S1
25c; light ne, lOSc; heavy ne, lift
16c; tub washed, 22S'35c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. G. All grades of re
fined sugar wero roduccd 10c a hundred
pounds today. Quotations: Sugar Raw,
steady; fair refining. 3c; centrifugal,
9C-test. 4 6-16c: molasses sugar, steady;
refined, unsettled; No. 0, 4.65c; No, 7,
4 60c: No. 8, 4,50cr No. 9. 4.45c; No. 10. 4.40o;
No 11, 4.30c; No. 12, 4 25c; No. 13, 4.20c;
No 14, 4 20c; confectioneries, 4.90c: mould;
5 40c; cut loaf, J5.70; crushed, JC.75; pow
dered, 55.15; granulated. J5.C6; cubes, 55,30.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Oct. '5. Bar silver, 57c.
Mexican dollars. 46c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct., 5. Sliver bars,
57c; Mexican dollars. 4646c. Drafts
Sight, 7c:; telegraph. 10c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Oct. 5. CIoso:
Money on call steady, 1S2 per cent;
lowest, 1; ruling rate, lost loan, clos
ing bid and offered, 2.
Time loans, steady, sixty days, 3;
ninoty days, 3; six months. .1S1 Por
Prlmo mercantile paper. 4S5 per ccnt
Sterling oxchnnge weak, with actual
business in bankers' bills at- 54.S5.35W
S" for demand and at $ 1.83.30 J.ra.35
for sixty day bills: poHted rates, 54.84
4 81 and $1.S0S4.S7; commercial bills,
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Oct, 5. Tho London tin
market was higher, with spot quoted nt
12 6s, and futures nt 129. Locally tho
advancing tendency of tho market ap
pears to be attracting a llltlo bottor de
mand and the tono is firm, with spot
ouoted at J2S.2VG2S.50.
Copper closed nU foS 10s 6d for spot and
5S 10s for futures, but showed no mate
rial change In the local market, whoro
lake Is ouoted at J12.S7iiS13.00: clcctroly
Uc at 512.75S12.S7, and casting nt 5l2.6f
Lcad was unchanged in both markots.
closing at $l.a3l.30 In Nov.' York, and at
11 10s Od In the London markot.
Speller advanced to 22 15s In London,
but was unchansed In tho local market
atIrn1(cosCd at 60s 6d In Glasgow and at
43b In Mlddlcsboro. Locally Iron was
steady, but without quotable change. No.
foundry northern Is hold at 13.76
u 25- No 2 foundry northern at J13.25S
No." 1 foundry southern and No. 1
foundry southern soft at 813.GWT13.75,
New Cloths New Styles.
New cutting, goods selected person
ally by me in New York. Will make
them up better and cheaper than any
other tailor. J. Baumgarlcn, 122 Main.
Beans Say Adieu
Tomatoes and Squashes Showed an
Upward Trond in tho Market
Those who postponed buying their last
mess of wax bcana until yesterday were
disappointed, for they wero out of tho
markot, and not to bo had at any price.
Pickling cucumbers also bade the market
a sad farowell until next year.
Utah tomatoes were strong, but prlccB
advancing a half cont a pound, while
Utah squashes took a jump, selling at
two for 6 cents, Instead of three.
Rotnll and wholepalo markets wore
quiet, tho average run of produce bolng
received and tho demand being about
Hay, Grain and Straw Oat straw, per
bale, 30c; alfalfa, 510.00; timothy, per
ton. baled, 514.00; wheat, per btishol.
COS5105; corn, per cwt , 51.403)1.50;
corn, cracked, 5i45S'l&5; oats, 51.35:
rolled oats, J1.45; barley, rolled. S1.35S1
L45; flour, bakers' No. 1, 52,20: flour,
straight grade, J2.40S2.60; Hour, high pat
ent. J2.C0S2.70; rye, JZtfj; graham flour,
52.50S2.76; cornmeal, 51. 90S 2. 00; bran, 51;
bran and shorts, 51.10S1.16.
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, 4S5c;
dressed veal, por pound, 9c: dressed pork,
per pound, 8c; dressed lambs, per
pound, 6c; dressed mutton, per pound, 6S
6c; dressed hogs, Sc; live, 6c per pound.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 15c; broilers, per
Fruits. "Valencia oranges, case, J4.C0;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen, 3OS50c; Utah
watermelons, dozen, JL60; wnito grapes,
case, 51.15; black grapes, 5100: Tokay
grapes, J1.25; Utah apples, busncl, 75c;
Santa Paulo lomons, box, 54 CO, peaches,
box. C0S75c; plums, box, 60c; bananas, per
bunch, J2.60; limes, per 100. 51.50; Utah
pears, box, 51.23; cranborrlca, J10 barrel;
dates, per pound, SSlOc. pineapples, per
dozen, J2.75; German prunes, 51.00 per
Sugar. Dcct BUgar, per 100, 56.40; cane
Vegetables. California head lettuce, 60
G60c por dozen; oyster plant. 45c a dozon,
now celery, dozen. 60c; parsnips, dozen,
bunches, 60c; now peppers, per pound, 6c;
Utah summer squash, dozen, 20c; Utah
tomatoes, 60S0o a bushel; yellow onions,
per 100, $1.23; vcgotable marrow, dozen.
60c; red cabbage, per pound, 2c; sweot
potatoes per cwt., S2.UO; Utah cabbage,
per 100. 75c: new potatoes, per cwt., 50c:
turnips, beets and carrots, per 100, 51 00;
green onions, por dozen. 20c; radishes.
Utah, 20c; pumpkins, dozon. J1.75 golden
tomatoes, pound, 4c, Utah egg plant, Cc;
Dairy Products Butter, per pound, 25c;
cheese, per pound, 12c; eggs, per case,
56.60S7; comb honey, per crate, 52 75;
swcltzer cheese, per pound, 18c, Umburg
cr cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brick,
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, por
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 05c; sal
n.on, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; halibut, 12c;
striped bass, per lb., 15c; shad, per lb , 11c;
Mackinaw trout, 16c, soles, per pound,
9c; flounders, per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smelts, por pound, 12c; cattish, per
pound. 12c; perch, por pound, 10c; lobsters,
per pound, 15c; oysters. Now York
counts, 5160 per 100; selects, 52.50' per gal
lon. Barracuda, per pound, 12c; sea bass,
per pound. 12c.
Meats. Prlmo rib, 17c; porterhouse,
l&S20c, pork, 17c; mutton chops, 10S16c;
legs, I2c; spring lamb, 12S20c per lb;
veal, 12S20c; veal loaf. 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, ISc; broilers, 30
035c; turkeys, 25c; ducks, 20c; roast
Fruits. Crabapnles, 60c a peck; Utah
apples, per peck, 0OS40c; lemons, per
dozen, 2uc; oranges, per dozen, 40S60c;
peaches, per pound, 5c; per caso,
40g60c; bananas, per dozen, 30c; pears, 6c
a pound; limes, 2c; plums. 5c; Utah wa
tormolons, l&S25c; Utah cantaloupes, &
10c; grapes (black), per basket. 40c, grapos
(white), 10c; Tokay grapes, 10c; pome
granite, 15c pound; pineapples, 30 and 40c
Vegetables New colcry, 5c a stalk; oys
ter plant, 5c a bunch; China radishes, 2
for 5c; Utah egg plant, 6c a pound;
parsnips, two for 5c; Utah peppers, three
pounds for 25c; red cabbage, four pounds
for 25c; sweet potatoes, per pound, 3c;
green corn on cob, dozen, 20 ancl 35c; Utah
summer squash. 2 for 5c; Utah cucumbors
3 for 5c; cauliflower, 10c a pouna;
potatoes, per peck, 20c; cabbage,
per pound, 3c; turnips, per pound,
2c: green onions, 2c; carrots,
2c; beets, 2c; Utah tomatoes,
per pound. 2c; lettuco. 5c; Califor
nia lettuce, two for 15c; pumpkins, 15c;
Hubbard squash, 16c; plckllnc onions, 50c
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, SOo
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozon. 2S30c;
fancy cheese, per pound, rjc; comb
nonoy, per comb, 15c; strained honov, por
pound, 15c; Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c;
llmburger choose, per pound, 60o; cream
brick chec32. 25c; Edam cheese, each.
Fresh Fish, Black bass, 35c; salmon,
17c; mountain trout, 40c; halibut, 15c;
striped bass, 20c; shad, 15c; Mackinaw
trout, 20o; codfish, 15c; perch, 12c; stur
geon, 16c; white tlsh, 20c; mountain hor
rlng, 20c; select oysters, 60o a quart;
Barracuda, per pound, 15c; flea bass, per
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Oct. 5. Contlnuanco of a
liberal movemont In tho Northwest nnd
lower prices In foreign grain markets gavo
wheat cn easier tono at the start. De
cember was unchanged to c lowor at
51.12 to 51.12. whllo May was unchanged
to S'c lower at 51.121.12 to 51.12.
A. prominent commission house was a
heavy seller of tho December option and
stnrtcd active selling by tho pit' crowd. A
lot of December and May wheat was of
fered for sale by small holdors. Demand
not being sufficient to abHorb offerings,
prices declined uninterruptedly. Numer
ous stop-loss orders carno out, adding to
the weakness. Announcement of a big
Increase in primary receipts wns an In
fluential bear factor late In tho day. Tho
low point on December for tho session
was reached at 51 10, May meantime
sold off to 51.10. During the last few
minutes of trading some recovery was
made on buying by shorts, but tho mar
ket closed weak, with December lc dc
cllno ut 51.11. May closed at 51.11
Small receipts and an official forecast
of a cold wavo tonight held corn prices
firm enrly In tho day. Later In tho sos
elon sentiment becamo somewhat coaler,
Docembor closed a ahado lower at 61S
Oats were steady, but trading was ox
tromcly light. December closed a shado
under yesterday at Slc.
Provisions were weak as a result of tho
selling out of a largo lino of January
lard by a local firm. At the closo January
pork was down 12g'15c, lard was oft 2c,
and ribs wero 7c lower.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
October 1.10 1.10 1.09 1.09
December 1.12 1 12 .1.10 1.11
May .... 1.12 1-12 1.10 1.11
Corn. No. 2
October 02 .62 . 52 .52
December 51V1 .61 .60 .60
Mav 49 .49 .48 .4S
Oats. No, 2
Oclobcr 30 .31 .30 .30
December 31 .31 .31 .31
May 33 .33 .33 .33
Mess pork, por barrel
October 11.70 11.70 11.50 11.52
Doccmber 11.55 11 85 1105 11 05
January 13.17 13.50 13.27 13.32
Lard, per 100 pounds
OclaXr 7.62 7.62 7.57 7 60
December 7.6O 7.60 7.45 7 45
January 7.02 7.62 7.50 7.62
Short ribs, per 10) pounds
9ctobcr S.07 8 07 7.50 7.92
Janunry 7.02 7.02 6.5) 6.9D
M5y i. ..... 7.05 7.05 6 95 6 97
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour,
;lrm;in J?,- 2 8"lrff wheat. 51.12S1.16; No.
3, 1.10S'L13; No. 2 red, $1.10S1. 12; No.
fr.nf3c:nNoL.2 yow. 55c; No. 2 oate,
wr54.0,v Wnlt0' 32c; No. 3 white,
'f00 rye- 16v-ci Kood feeding
barley. 3c; fair to choico malting. 40$
i:.No- 1, flaxseed. 5110: No 1 North
?n T?,' -1,1,6; Jmcss Prk. Pi" barrel.
I1?'11, '0-, P,e,r 100 pounds, 57.60S-
7.0-. short ribs sldo3 (Iooso), J5S6.25;
short clear sides (boxed). $S.60ftS.75;
whiskey, basis of high wines, J1.26:
clover, contract grade. 512.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
irrilcIc9;, . Rls, Shp
Wh.r,f bubIs 3S.t00 1S.700
S0' ,bu 236,400 330.000
,bu 272,030 249.E03
Barloy, bu 34,-100 37,00)
On tho Produce Exchango today tho
UVriaT. ma.rkct S2?-Bloady- Creameries,
U20c: alrics' J3S17C. Eggs steady; II
lic Cheeso, firm; llSl2c
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 5,-Whoat-Steady.
December. 51.51; May, 5L63.
Barloy Is steady. December, $1.1 1.
Butter and Eggs,
qFrnH?RIV . 0cL 5 -B""cr weak.
5ic. nr . extra creamery, 20S'2Ic:
?friC1I?i-irlce3i:rcameri' common to ex
tra, 13fl20c Cheeso and egga unchanged
If you don't like it, give it
away; your grocer returns
Writo for oar KnowleJja UooV. A Schilling ft
Company, Son Krancisco.
toa tho -watchwxird for health and Tigcs",
comfort and beauty. Mankind Is loom
Inn not only tho necessity but the luxu
ry of cleanliness. SAPOLIO, which hwi
Wrought such changeo in the home, aa
bounces her sister triumph
s n p a li
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
A special soap which energizes tho
whole body, starto tho circulation and
leaven an exhilarating glow. All gro
cers and drugffista. 1
UHI03J 1SSAY OFPICE,
hi. S. HANAUER, Manager
Bcmovcd to 152 Soutn W. Temple.
fiAiSPLES BY MAI-, AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytic
work a specialty. Sand for price lUr.
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal I
ylaco of business, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Thcro are delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
asscssmont levied on tho 20th day of Au
gust, 1001, the several amounts set oppo
slto the- names of tho rcspectlvo share
Corf. Name. Shares. Amt.
355-- ,V. F. Soln 1,000 5 10.00
35 W. F. Seln 600 5 00
370 W. E. Fcrrobcc 1,000 10 00
C. C. Hlgglns 600 ' 0 00
075 Jos. Hause 1,000 10.00
717 Irvine & Mnson, Tr.... 1.000 10.00
3IC H. B. Asadoorian 2,500 25.00
Ses-Grant Sv.-an 600 5.00
71-C. L Rood 6.000 60.00
072-C. L. Rood 5.0C0 60.00
1C07 Max E. Smith 600 6.C0
1034 John Dern 5.000 60.00
1035 John Dern 6.000 60.00
IMS John Dern 2.&M 25.00
03J-John Dern 2,600 25.00
lUB-Mrs. II II. Mclntlro.... 600 6.00
1163E. D. Wlckins. SCO 6 00
116S-A T. Snnford 600 5 00
11G4-C. A. Dole 1,500 15.00
H7&-J. M. Burt 600 6.00
1225-Jns. T. Bclcss 1.000 10.00
1227-W. E. Ferrebcc 2,500 25.00
1276 Grant Swan 1 .21
1353 Max E. Smith 00 .M
1370 W. E. Ferrcbco l&S 1.6S
13H-W F. Soln-. 72 .73
1-105 Jos Hauso IS .4S
U15 H. B. Asadoorian 120 l.M
H39-C. L. Rood 4S0 4.S0
MCC-Mm. H. II. Mclntlrc.... 21 .24
Ua?-E. D. Wlckcns 21 .24
1170-C A. Dole 72 .72
1160 E. D. Swan IS .-IS
181 Jus. T. Bclcss. 13 AS
1523 W. II. Clnrk 1,000 10.00
1E60-E. II. Wells 2i ;.CC
1651-E. H. Wt W .62
ltM-C. C. 1-Ilggtns fcro 5.C0
l'55 V.". J. Jiarnett 600 6.00
36C5-C. L. Rood 170 1.70
16GC C. L. Rood 330 3.30
1719-S. M Warmbalh 1.000 - 10.00
1&73-C E. Brubakcr 1,000 10.00
1911 Ncttlo Palno 1.C00 10.00
l&ll M. J. Ilnrdln SO1) 3 00
1M5 M. J. Hardin 310 3.10
1PG3 M. J. Hardin 21 .21
2003 F, J. O'Neill 500 5.00
2011 Thoo. Davis 1,000 10.00
2012 Thoo. Davis 1,00) 10.00
2013 .T. H. Llnck 1.000 10.00
2016- G. II Smith 600 6.00
2017 C. D. Savory 500 6.00
2031 E. D. Swan ,.. 600 5 0)
2052 E. D. Swan 5C0 fi.00
2159 C IC. McCornick 600 5.00
207S E. W. Griffiths 600 6.(0
210C Mlkft Bamberger 600 5.00
2100 J. II. Llnck 1,000 10.00
220G H. S. Joseph 500 5.00
221D-G. II. Smith 600 6.0)
2233 J. W. Skinner 60) 6.00
2238 Sheets & Thompson.... 50) 5.00
2310 Eva Lloyd 521 5 21
2325 Max E. Smith 60) 5.00
2355 Hudson Sons Co 600 5.C0
2j0lHudson Sons Co 600 6.00
230 Hudson Sons Co 500 5 0)
2i3S W. J. Browning.... 1,0)0 10.O)
2431 W. J Browning 1.M0 10.CO
2430W. J- Browning 1,000 10 0)
24 CO E. M. West 1,0W 10.00
2465Frank D. Hobbs 500 6.00
2526 W. W. Rivers 1,00 10.0)
2527 W. W. Rivera l.OW 10 00
2530 E. M. West 1.000 10.00
2531 E. M. Wost 1.000 10.00
2532 E. M. West 1,090 10.W
2TS-1 E. M. West 1,0V). 10 00
2C01 W. J. Br,ownlng 1.000 10.00
2P02 E. Mi West 1.000 10.00
2C03 E. M. Went l.OW 10 O)
2C&I E, M- West l.CO) 10.00
2G05 E. M- West 1.000 10.00
2G15 Elolao Allard 1.000 10.00
2M&-L. Wobor 1.000 10,00
2620 J M. Lyon 600 r.0)
2C27 E. M. Wc3t 600 6.00
2iV30 W W. Rivers 1.000 10.O)
2740 Jas, Crelgnton 600 5.00
2747jaa. Crolghton 1.000 10.00
2713 Jas, Crelgnton 1.000 10.00
2710 Jas. Crolghton 1.000 10.iV
2777 Jos. HauBC 5.C0O 60 CO
27SS J. A. Pollock & Co 13.60) 125.00
And in accordanco with luw and order
of tho board of directors, mado on
tho 20th day of August. 1001. so many
shares of each parcel of such stock ao
may bo necessary will bo sold at Room 1,
151 Main street. Salt Lnko City, Utah, on
tho 16th day of October, 1001. at tho hour
of 2 o'clock p. m.t to pay delinquent an-
Fcasment thorcon, together with tho costs
of advertising nnd expenses of sale
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the ueo of poisonous druga.
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t you a speedy, safo and permanent cure. ... ,u .
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SirC ,n " P'hato dfseasos ol men. to show our vJv&Wrz2p
wiKttA ' good Inilh ind skill, rto are alivaji willlnn to x
on. a. j. anoiir.s. walt lor our loo until a euro la cHeclau. - "w uwa,
I ST I WEAK MENr vcoc. I
1 thorouBb. Not ono ot ,. ...... , ...u. Absolutolr palnloo
onr patients ha.i ovor ' " 1 1 treatment ihat wrqi
bk4 reiapso nnor So eAllefl "WeakncM" In mou rimorolj complctoij Iuroaii- I
bolnir dlsoharsod as a njrtuptom or chroulo Intlamraallon In pnlo our mothoa. It j
ourod, anU no o'jre lu tto prostato eland, brouah' on bj early I" too only iborousQly
le&t tlmo than tho or- dissipation or by tho Improper troal- olontWc treatment for
dlnary forms of troal- moot of somo contr.iotcil UUcao. A lV" lllas, txilaj m
mont require. oomploto aud radloal ourols. lUoreforo. P'QJOd.
a quosllon of rcslorlns tho proatalo !
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fatten IC tliooa fO.soc. wilbout tho uto of Internal remedies. Gonorrlioon Synhl-
No danRorous mluorala Our .reatrr.ont is a local ono entirely. iiH strlctnro ili H
to drlTe tho virus lo It Is original and tclcntlric, and hao il0t ainiiliood lly fl
tbo Interior, but hnrm- been pr.'you ubioluloly crmlro by tlroceJi Horn In ill fl'
! loss, blootl-clcauslna thouKinds or tci. Wo uro convlDCcrt Wcnknow ctri ar U
I MmHos, that rcinovo that by no other mothods can rull cad uliso iiiiionir the dl II
tho but poisonous pormunent rosloratlon of ctrunxyj anA t!iiE.', wu aura tn H
I! Ulat. vbjo ba uccocipllihea. -toy cureiL
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I PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP ' J i , l
NOTICES. ,,' j.. VI
.Consult Couctr ClerK or tho respective . 1 jl
signers for further Information. ' . -j 2j
IN" TITO DISTRICT COURT, PRO-! i J Sjl
bate i division, in and for Salt Lako coun-; 'lllli
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho' ; ! 9fl
estate and guardianship of Mary A. R. ''Ill
Carrington, incompotcnt Notice. 1 iM
lha petition of Irono I. Carrlngton, SM
praying for tho Issuanco to horseir, or ! !)
soma othor responsible person of let- ;
tors of guardianship on tho person and
cstato of Mary A. R. Carrlngton, lncom- ' !M
potent, has been sot for hearing on Frl-
day, tho Hth day of October, A. D. 1904, 1
.at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county court-1 k
houso. In tho courtroom of said court, In I
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. I i" ill
witness tho Clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof afflxod, this 3rd day of I II
October. A D. 1NM. 1
rScal. . JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ,
By Helena A. McIntosh Deputy Clerk. , f I
IN TIIIJ DISTRICT COURT, PRO- II
bate i division, in and for Salt Lako coun- M
ty. State of Utah. In tho raattor of tho I , 3
estate of Josoph K. Clark, -deceased. No-' jl
The potltlon of Amanda E. Clark, pray-i II
lng for tho Issuanco to E, "W. Clark of 1
lcttcro of administration, with will an-
nexed upon estate do bonis non. deceased, i ;
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho M
llth day of October, A. D. 1901, at 10 1 im
o clock a. m., at the county courthouse, )U
in tho courtroom of said court. In Salt1 , IM
Lako City. Salt Lake county, Utah. !
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof afllxcd, this 3rd day of
October, A. D. lfOl.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. M
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk. i
Harrison O. Shcpard, Attorney for Pc- '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-' V
bato division. In and for Salt Lako coun-, IM
ty. State of Utnh In the mattor of the' M
cstato of Ruth LT Grant, deceased. No- !
Tho potltlon of Robert D. Grant, ox-' fl
ccutor of the cstato of Ruth L. Grant, 1 i
doceased. praying for the sottlcmcnt of! !
final account of said executor, and for .
tho distribution of tho rcclduo of saldi !
cstato to tho persons entitled, has been!
st for hearing on Friday, tho Hth day
of October. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse. In tho court- XqM
room of anld court, In Salt Lako City.
Salt Lako county, Utah. M
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of
October. A. D. 1&01.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. iM
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
lAndrow Howat, Attorney for Estate. !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I I
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State cf Utah. In tho mattor of tho
estate of "William C. Lyons, deceased. H
The petition of "W- N, McGlll, praying
for tho Isauanco to "W. T. Guntor of let-
tors of administration In tho cstato of j j
William C. Lyons, deceased, has been set , '
for hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of ,.;H
October, A. D. 1501, at 10 o'clock a. m., . h:H
at tho county courthouco. In tho court- . ''
room of said court, In Salt Lako City, i
Salt Lako county, Utah. 11
Witness tho Clerk of said court wlthl IJM
tbo seal thereof nf fixed, this 3rd dav of' !
October. A. D. 1501.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
Dickson, Ellis & Ellis, Attorneys for
Petitioner. bttt !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- H
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun-
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho 1
estato of Charles Maybcrry, deceasciL j H
Tho petition of Adeline Maybcrry, ad- !
mlnlstratrlx of tlic cstato of Cnarlos ,'
Maybcrry, deceased, praying for an or-
dor of sale of real properly of said dc- 1
cedent, and that all persons Interested i
appear beforo the said court to show j
causo why an order should not bo ' J
granted to soil, lease and grant an ! ' '
option on so much as shall bo noccs- j
sary, of tho following described real es- il
tato of said decedent, to-wlt: Tho Betsy "
mining claim, patented by tho United
States as lot -171, in West Mountain Mln-
ing district, Suit Lake county. Utah, has '
been sot for hearing on Friday, the 14th
day of October. A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock
a. m , at the county courthouse. In tho '
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako
City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of 1 l
October. A. D. 1001. ;
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. H
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. uv.
Bradley & Pischcll, Attomoys for Es- r ,.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1'JH
Estate of Edward H. Ogdon, deceased,
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undorslgncd at office of
Booth. Lee & Ritchie, 1C2 South Main
street. Salt Lake City, Utah, on or boforo iHI
tho 20th day of January. A. D. 1905 ikiH
SARAH MORRIS OGDEN,
Executrix of tho last will and tostamcnt j
of Edward II. Ogdcn, deceased. tM
Booth, Leo & Ritchie, Attorneys for ;
Date of first publication, September, 15. fH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H
Estate of Catherine Stelncr. deceased. j
Creditors will present claims with ial
vouchers to tho undersigned at No. G9
Commercial block Salt Lako City, Utah,
on or beforo tho 20th day of January, eH
A. D 1903. HEBER J. STEINER, IbiH
Administrator of tho Estate of Catherine 'H
Stelncr, deceased. iH
D. II. Wongcr, Attorney for Estato. "LH
Dato of first publication, Scptomber 15. IH
A D 1901. nl218 VM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE '11
Third Judicial District of the Stato at 'eH
Utah, County of Salt Lake. &H
Ella E. Bennett, Plaintiff, vs Joseph C. rffH
Bennett, Defendant. Summons. 1
Tho State of Utah, to the said Dcfond-
You aro hereby summoned to appear tl
within twenty days after tho son'lco of aH
this summons upon you, if served within 'vLH
tho County In which this action is l
brought, otherwise, within thirty days Jl
nftor sorvlcet and defend tho abovo en- tiil
titled action; and in cose of your failure aH
so to do, judgment will bo rendered LiH
ngalnst you according to tho demand of
the complaint, which, within ten days
aftor ccrvtco of this summons upon you,
will bo filed with tho clerk of said court. IH
CANNON, IRVINE & SNOW.
Plaintiff's Attorneys. ivl
P O. Address, 514 Tcmplcton building, '1
Salt Lako City, Utah. al244 ,
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