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'tfEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1904. '11
m THE SALT LAKE T3HBUXE. page seven ' pH
iTltSi the Bankers, the Merchants and the BrokerZl
ajvensive, cw Stocks Being
5?JJ Dealt In.
YORK Oct 11 The stock mar
Bore retrieved Itself from n
ry setback loday nnd resumod
i?!Lg The rise was not oven and
'iMWZjy comprehensive, the greater
trading and tho movement
'Iffwwested 1,1 a few lJromlnent
' Tat firmness in tho rest of tho
rlJt (he firmness of the market
"l'3Llhe less clearly demonstrated,
wire level at which corn Is held
-ilki new strength to tho grangers
.Tflarce buying and substantial
'ai,i, Union Pacific. Atchison and
'Tho Gould croup -were ln
iVhont Ijak. apparently affected
1J i ij . accldei on the Missouri
-J V ' j 'owing to dissatisfaction with
'AM-irr statement contained In the
Sicraent In tie report of tho
United States Steel was sub
mit early pressure and then rallied,
fc-t sc.'ficlent g-alns at yesterday's
l?W stop Its advance
" irkct c'os?d somewhat Irregular
S ra bct prices not fully maln
Spie of a late bidding up of
: D;tMrn group.
I. flrra. Total sales, par value,
il United States olds 4a ad
fu per ccn on call. '
2 jj.vh YORK BOND LIST.
&N lh:it 104V Man con g -Is ...105 j
fk -m - Mpx Cent 4s .... TO',
l,l frtf 10' ,st ,nc TTvs
jfc ca . I031 'Minn & St L 43. 5
J' fares 131' M K & T is ..101
-2 Ji ts rep lW N'at R R of Mcx
3, & sen 4s 102 X Y C pen 3s..l00
Hi! . . 9"- X J C gen 5s ...13iV9
n ifcCLls SSH'Nor Pac 4s 101
ill OilJ is IK11 2s "-'Ti
Si I f5- Xorf & W C 4s..l00
Of, fcertfi Ss.U2-a o S L 4s & P .. 99,
ill 'fct - SI ;Pfnn con 3s ..100
-li ItNalV 1C6 Reading gen 4s.. 101
di tAls SI St L & T M c Gs.115
!! IQnlJ G8 'St I. & S F fg 4s SGi
jfc. IE1PK43 10S4 St I. S W Is ... 9S
J rw c7s 12S aboard A L 4s. SOy.
S HP Is 77 So Pac Is DlVi
ij a . SC- So Ry 5s 117
lBiSLff4rlo2 T-x & Pac Is. ...120
oMTuk. Is 79 T St L. Si W 4s. 70H
7:bt3 . I' P 4s lOT.
Wt5o5 Si'j ronv 4s 10S
3-G. rnovi T' s Steel 2d 5s. Sl
IbEials 09 W'.ibash Is US
lis . . S7 Deb B f.4
fD 0 Is 1104 W & L Erie 4a .. 01
IViJl'U lt WW Cent 4S .... 01
FcU is . II0V2 Colo F v: I c 5s. 75
I CLOSING STOCK LIST.
P Sales High. Low. Close.
ca . . i :jw si S3?, Si1,
. 2LO'0 lOO'i 1C0V1 103
Bt Oilo . J.ni 91H 90 01
. . ... 03
l?ifk . 7.Vj 1324i 13l'4i 1S2U
,tt X J. 1S0
tOliO . . 4.600 44 13 43i
1 4 Alton I. 33
tCr Western. T.k lGVt 1G 10
tKonhwcst 4't 190 ISO lsay,.
St Paul . . . 4S.7u0 lCS'.i 1C0 lC7i
i- T"xi 1SS "1S3 1S3
Firm L Trans im 7 7 7
4.t IS?! 14 1G
'C L Si Louis lu-j 85 SoU
S4ifrn CM 10-f, Wi lWi
(; J- 5 314 51 51
(tHcdson 2.100 171 173 173
! t tstem 290
I2G. . pvi 20 23 29
i;. - 33.1-10 33 33 33V&
u,.., i.r ns-, C0'.i
it?- Sf'J 47A 47 47
LUty jro 0 so SO
r.M l. 12f0 3 143
C:lral WO 10 25 25i
j-. 100 40 46 4C'
.... iry 40 4C'i
fflVh 7:00 12S 127 12S
WJ-' 151 LSI 1&1
r"M . G.300 S234, 81 82
RtLou.s 4-2 120?i 12 S
?4SSteM l.iw 62'" Sl 81
c - 23.i66 i6iii 160 100
" 5J 27 27 274
ki Hex pfd . . . 39
tJVestem 5,000 72 71 71
7' 33" 35Vj
Cx. t" tl'-0 1SV4 133 131
i- 81 L- 71
7'.700 72 71 72
hrA Co . .! ig.iivj a-lj. 29" 4
iiVa. g a g
.. . 2,00) 22 21 22
iil -1.500 49 48' 49
... . 32.100 33 32 32
tlvLi 1W W-k WM. 9-IVt
,f a v, est. 2W 32 31 31
IPrlfl" ' 1-K0 C1 50l
rttlc .. .101.000 103 1034 10IU
ni' 400 94 91
1.100 20 20V1 2oy.
i&fi,::..;.UB 42 4l iVv
5 Central ... 300 20i 10 20
".:..' '406 iiii M Svt
ISUt'w 100 212 212 2,0
Fdv - S22 r3,'i
Ji, la 1.200 21 23i 23
011 400 30 3.) 29
J1 ,C9 120 TTt, 7 7
1 ivc-:;; 'i.wo j?" &
.. " 3,20) oh; co 00
j "W Her"" ' r Jjfi 1CC1'? lw
'Iron m W
7 itiete ?,(l0 2n 210 2mi
gr sVc . j 72 72 71
Ctctfic -m M't 29 TO
y --Piper 1 MO 172 170 171
I SOO 17 17 17',
I -Paaip " 75
Ma l " - 1M 01 91 91
HI Car 103 102 103
.. MOO 3374 ai',4 sr.
fnBpCftr" 81V Sl--
f.Sttti 1(M 227 227 227
K 1.W0 12t4 1V" 11
o-is" ' ftS C2, r'1 r1
BStheVron-: 4-? sivi Gwi k
K" ' a,'m 1 0 10
Nlty 1.SO0 88 SS 88
(pbfcer i00 C214 ci C2
K;- 3.1M 2Tr 24 23
1 -MJO RIVj S3
' .. KPOO 19 18. 19
KjvPe W0 77 70 771
Tnlon 500 lct;34 166 105
JU,for7u ' 01
V t0r th day. 03.100 shares.
t eWJl'0rk 57c
San Francisco B7c .
London 2C "l-lGd 4.
New York Exchange $1.2004.30 -f
. COPPER. 4
New York Exchange.. n2.7512.S7 -f
Silver and Drafts.
XEy YORK, Oct. 11 -Bar silver. 67c.
Mexican dollars, 43c.
r-v'" PRANClSCo7ocL ll.-Sllver bars.
Mexican dollars. 4GS'l6c.
Di-afts, sight. 7c; telegraph. 10c.
Uew York Metals.
r- YR Oct. 11 London cables
reported a decline on tin, with spot clos
ing at 12S;i7s Cd and futurea at 12S 7s Cd.
Locally, tho markot wns easy und slight- 1
2S35WCr aKilIn' wlUl snot lleld nl J2S.0Ofl.
.C?rEp,cr was h'ehcr In London, closing
at 59 13s 9d for spot and 00 16s 2d for fu
tures. Locally, copper waa firm. Lake 19
o0?, ?13.00gl3.12; olcctrolytlc.
$12.SrS13.f0; casting. $12.75(312.87.
Lead was a little higher In London,
closing at 12 2s Cd, and was steady but
$in2Coin3S0Cd Iocal,y' whorc 11 B quoted at
C.-S,?ilt?;r wnajlrm and a little higher, at
$j.15G.20, in the local market, and at
los In London.
iolrP.n,cl03ed al 50s 1 'n Glasgow and at
43s d In MIddlesboro. Locally, Iron was
""changed-:" No 1 foundry Northern.
i-2owl4.ro; Xo. 2 foundry Northern. $14.00
14.G0; ?o. 1 foundry Southern and No. 1
foundry Southern soft, $13,75111.25.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Oct. U Money on call
steady. 2S2V1 per cent, closing bid 2. of
fered 2J4. Time loans, firm; slxtv days.
SVifffC per cent; ninety days, 3ff4; six
bonths, 4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4i05 per cent.
Sterling exchange firmer with actual
business In bankers" bills $4.85.4034.55.45 for
demand and at $4.S3.157M.S3.20 for slxtv
day bills; posted rates, $1.8131.84 and
$4.SG; commercial bills, $4.S234.S5.
CHICAGO. Oct 11. Cattle Receipts,
14.000, Including SC0O Westerns. Market.
10c lower. Good to prime steers, $5,253
COO; poor to medium. $3.5030.00; stackers
and feeders, $2.00M.OO; cows. $2.(7)34.59;
heifers, $2.2535.25; canners. $1.5032.00; bulls,
J1.7&34.15; calves, $S.0O'f?7.Z5; Texas steers,
$3.5033.50: Western steers, $3.5534.55.
Hogs Receipts. 16.000. Market. 10320c
lower. Mixed and butchers'. $o.C03G.90;
good to choice heavy, $5.0035.65: light,
?5.40g5.00; bulk of sales, J3.0O35.S0.
Sheep Receipts. 35.00). Sheep and lambs
steady. Good to choice wethers. $3.50
4.25; fair to choice mixed. $3.0OQ3.GO; West
ern ahoop. J3.0O34.25; native lambs, $4.00
CG.OO; Western lambs, M.2535.45.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. H.-Cuttlc-Rc-celpts.
25,000; steady to 10c lower; native
steers, $4.003010; native cows nnd heifers,
J1.CO34.50; stackers and feeders. S2.25H.25;
bulls. $1.7535.50; calves. J2.503G.C0; Western
steers. $3.0034X0: Western cows, $1,503(1.50.
Hogs Receipts. 10.009; 6310c lower; bulk
of sales. $5.M30.60; heavy. S5.O3C.70: pack
ers. $5.5035.65; pigs and lights, $5.3036.50.
Sheep Receipts. 70OD: strong, steady;
muttons. J3.2533.S0; lambs. i4.03S.15; range
wethers. $3.3033.83: ewes, $2. 7533-0
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb.. Oct. ll.-Cattlo
Receipts, G200; market easier; native
steers. $1.4030 10; cows and heifers, $2.4Mp
3.C0. Western steers, $3.0034. G5; Toxns
steers, $2.7533.75; cows and heifers, $2,253
3.40; canners. $1.5032,10; stackers arid feed
ers. $2.5034 00; calves. $3.O35.0; bulls,
stags, etc.. $1.5033.25.
Hogs Receipts, C500; market 5c lower;
heavy, $5.4030.55; mixed. $5.1535,60; light,
$5.5035.55; pigs, $5.0035.40; bulk of sales, 1
SheeiJReccIpts. 20,000; market active '
and steady; Western yearllngn, $3.0034.00;
wethers. $3.40fi3 45; owes. $3.0033.50; com
mon and stockers, $2.25g3.75; lambs, $4,403
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON. Oct. 11. Increase In strength
Is shown In tho local wool market of the
week. Recently there has been a heavy
demand for almost all grades of wool,
a condition of affairs which, If It con
tinues, will mark the season as unique.
Territory grades of a firm character uro
frcelv sold. Foreign grades aro quiet.
Prices of domestic wools In this markot,
as based on actual sales. Include tho fol
lowing: Territory. Idaho Fine, 1831Sc; heavy
fine, 15316c; fine medium. lS31Sc; medi
um. 19320c; low medium, 21322c.
Wvomlns Fine. 10317c; heavy, 15316c;
fine medium. 17318c; medium. 20321c;
low medium. 22323c.
Utah and Nevada Fine. 17317l,tc; heavy
fine. 153'Kic: fine medium, 17lSc; modl-
um, 20321c; low medium, 23321c
Montana FIno choice. 21322c; fino av
erage. 10320c: fine medium choice, 21322c;
average. 19320c; staple. 22323c; medium
choice. 22323c; average. 2122c.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. Oct- 11 Special cablo and
tolcgiaphlc communications received by
Brad8treet'B show tho following changes
In available supplies, as compared with
Wheat, United States and Canada oast
of the Rockies, Incrcaso, 4.40S.OOO bushels;
afloat for and in Europe, increase, .G.
000 bushels; total supply, Incrcaso, 9.19s,
Corn United Slates and Canada, cast
of tho" Rockies, decrease. 2.415.000 bushels.
Oats. United States and Canada, east
of tho Rockies. Increase. 2.G71.000 bushcl.
New York Sugar Markot.
TEW YORK. Oct. 11. Sugar Raw.
quiet; fair refining. 3c; centrifugal, .00
test lV'-c: molasses sugar. 3&c. Refined,
quie't; crushed, $5.75; powdered, $5.15; gran
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK. Oct. 11. Buttor and
Ecus Firm. Western graded, finest, 22
,323c; do average, best. 2113220.
Is one where health abounds.
With Impure blood there can
not be good health.
With a disordered LIVER there
cannot be good blood.
GIS ' 1
revivify thetorpid LIVER andrestoro
its natural action.
A healthy LIVER means pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happiness.
Take no Substitute. All Druggists.
by New Method
Are Received Here in Almost the Con
dition They Leave the
The question of how to successfully ship
oy3tors from tho Atlnntlc seaboard to all
parts of tho country, which nas long been
a problem with thoso handling tho b
valves, has been solved at last by an
Eastern dealer, and oysters are now being
received In this city In almost tho exact
state In which they leave tho shell. Hcro
toforo wooden nalls have been employed
for shipping them In tho bulk, a largo
piece of Ico being dropped Into tho center
of the pull and tho oysters Dourcd around
It. In a little while tho Ice molted, not
only causing it to shake around In the
bucket and bruise the oysters, but the
liquor of the oysters was reduced almost
to water by the tlmo they reached their
Now a method similar to that employed
for keeping Ice cream and Ices from being
melted Is uced. with the most satisfactory
resultfl. The oysters are hulled directly
Into galvanized boxes or chests employed
for shipping them No Ico or water goes
In with tho oysters, and when they aro
received In this city they are iloatlng
about In their own liquor. The galvanized
receptacle Is placed In a heavy wood
chest, with a spaco of about six Inches on
all sides. These spaces aro filled In with
chopped Ico and placed In refrigerator
cars. No presorvntlvo Is used, as was ne
cessary heretofore, and tho dealer han
dling oysters shipped to the city in this
way said yesterday that It is almost Im
possible for him to supply the demand
since the people have learned the differ
ence In the quality of oysters thus
A few lobstens arrived on the market
yesterday from the west and were read
ily picked up at 15 cents a pound whole
sale. CrabB are booked for arrival this
morning, these to be quoted at $2.00 a
dozen whok'sale. Ducks are not very
plentiful, nnd range from 30 to 75 cents
Another carload of Eastern Concords
put In an appearance yesterday, supply
ing the shortage In tho grape market
caused by tlys heavy rains In California.
All grapes from tho latter Statu aro still
held at $1.50 a caAe.
Hay. Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
bale. 30c; alfalfa. $10.00; timothy, per ton,
baled, $14.00; wheat, per bushel, 93c3$l-05;
corn, per cwt., $1.4031.00; corn, cracked.
$1.43?1.55; oats. $1.23; rolled oats. 51.45;
barley, rolled, $1.3531.45; flour, bakers' No.
1. $2.30; Hour, straight grade, $2.4032.50;
flour, high patent, $2.0032.70 ; ryo. $2.00:
graham Hour, $2.5032.75; cornmcal, $1,903'
2.00; bran, $1.00; bran and shorts, $1.10
Meats. Drcest-d beef, pound, 4'!j5Ac;
dressed veal, per pound. 9c; dressod
lambs, per pound. Cc; dressed mutton, per
pound, 6S5c; dressed hoga, 8c; live, 0o
Poultry. Dressed hens, llc; broilers,
per pound. 15c.
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case. $4.50:
Utah watermelons, per dozen, $1.50; Utah
while grapes. cne, $1.25; black grapes,
$1.50; Tokay grapes, $1.50: New York Con
cords, 35c; Utah apples, bushel. 75c;
Santa Paula lemons, box. $1.00; peaches,
box EOSToe: plums, box. C0c: bananas, per
bunch. $2.50; limes, per 10), $l.EO; Utah
pears, box. $1.2G; cranberries. $9.50 barrel;
dates, per pound, StfTlOc; pineapples, per
dozen. $2,60; German prunes, $1.(0 per
Sugar. Beet sugar, per ICO, $6.40; cano
Vegetables. California head lettuco, CO
3&9c per dozen; oyster plant, 45c a dozen;
new celery, dozen. 50c; parsnips, dozen
bunches. 60c; green peppers, per pound,
5c; Utah summer squash, dozen, 20c; Utnh
tomntoes, C0370c n bushel: yellow onions,
per 100. $1.25; vegetable marrow, dozen.
60c; red cabbage, per pound. 2c; sweet
potatoes, per cwt.. $2.00; Ulah cabbage,
per 100, 75c; potatoes, per cwt.. 00c; tur
nips, beets and carrots, per 100. $1 00; green
onions, per dozen, 20c; radishes, Utah, 20c;
pumpkins, dozen, $1 25; golden tomatoes,
pound, 4c; Utah egg plant. -Cc; Utah let
tuce. 20c; cauliflower, pound. Oc.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, 20c;
cheese, per pound, 12c; egga, per case,
$6.5037.00; comb honey, per crate. $2.75;
sweltzcr cheese, per pound, ISc; llmburg
er cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brick
cheese, per pound, 17c, Edam cheese, per
Fresh Fish. Utah lako bass. 33c; sal
mon, 13c, mountain trouU 35c; halibut. 12c; 1
striped bass, per pound. 15c; shad per
pound, lie; Mackinaw , trout, 16c; soles
per pound, Oc; llounders, per pound. Oc,
California smelts, per pound. 12c; cattish
per pound, 12c; perch, per pound. 10c; lob
sters, per pound, 15c; oysters. Now York
counts, $1.00 per 100 selects, $2.25 per gal
lon; barracuda, per pound, 12c; sea bass,
per pound, 12c; bloaters, per KO. $3E0.
Meals. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse. IS
520c; pork. 17c; mutton chopB. IO31C0;
legs. 12c; spring lamb, 12320c por
pound; veal. 12320c: veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, ISc; broilers, 25
530c; turkeys, 25c; ducks, 20c; roast
Fruits. Crabapplcs. 50c per pock; Utah
apples, per peck, 30340c; lemons, por
dozen. 25c; oranges, per dozen. ICOOC;
peaches, per pound. 5c; per caso, G03S5c;
bananas, per dozen. 30c; pears. 5c per
pound; limes, 2c; plums. 5c; Utah water
melons, 15323c; Utah cantaloupes, f310c;
grapes (black), per basket. 40c; grapes
(white). 10c; Tokay grapes, 10c; pome
granate, 16c pound; pineapples. 30 and 40c
Vegetables New celery. 5c a stalk;
oyster plant. 6c a bunch; China radishes,
two bunches for 5c; Utah egg plant, 0c
per pound; parsnips, two bunches for 5c;
Utah peppers, three pounds for 25c,; red
cabbage, four pounds for 25c; sweet pota
toes, per pound. 3c; green corn on cob.
per dozen, 20 and 35c; Utnh summer
squash, two foruc; Utah cucumbers, throo
for 5c; cauliflower, 10c a pound; potatoes,
per peck, 20c. cabbage, per pound, 3c;
turnips, per pound, 2c; green onloils, 2c;
carrots. 2c: boots, 2c, Utah tomatoes,
per pound, 2c; lettuce, 5c; California
lettuce, two for 16c; pumpkins, 15c; Hub
bard squash. 15c; pickling onions, 00c per
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. 30c;
cheese. 16c; eggs, per dozen, 25330c; fancy
cliecsc, por pound. 25c; comb honey, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, per pound, 15c;
. Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; llmburgor
cheese, por pound. 00c; cream brick
cheese. 23c; Edam cheese, each $1.25.
Fresh Fish. Black bass, 35c; salmon.
17c; mountain trout, 40c; halibut. 15c:
striped bass. 20c; shod, lGc; Mackinaw
trout, 20c, codllsh. 10c: perch, 12c; stur
geon, ICc; while fish. 20c; mountain hor
rlng 20c; solect oysters, 69c a quart;
barraouda. por pound, 15c, sea bass, per
Grain nnd Provisions.
' CHICAGO, Oct- 11. Tho Government
estimate of 611.000.000 bushels as the total
yield of wheat for the United States had
a weakening Influence on. speculative
trading in tho wheat pit at tho opening.
Initial quotations on December were to
74c lower at $1 03 to $1.03. May was
down 3yc to 3c at $1.0S to $1.05.
There was heavy liquidation of Decem
ber, causing a rapid docllne. the price
dropping to $1.07t within tho first half
hour. May weakened In sympathy to
$1 07. Other factors that contributed to
tho Belling prcD3uro wero lower cables and
continued liberal receipts In the North,
west. Shortly before tho closo tho market
touched the hlghoKt point of the day, De
cember soiling at $1.09VJ. May sold up to
$1.09;. The market closed strong, with
December at $1.09 and, May at $1.091.00.
Iwirly In tho day tho corn market was
weak as the result of profit-taking conse
quent to a bearish Government crop ro
D0,rt ter. however, a firmer feeling de
veloped on activo covering by shorts, Tho
market wa9 then helped by tho small
primary recelDts and by a reported de
crease In the World'n visible supply of
nearly 2.250.CG0 bushels. December opened
?i,c, lowo,r at 47c sold between 17 and
4Sc and closed at 4SU34SMa
Tho principal factor In the oats markot
was an exceedingly bearish estimate on
tno total ylolds shown by the Government
crop report. Heavy liquidation oharac
torlzed trading. At one tlmo prices were
off fully a cent from last night's closing
iigurcs, but some recovery was made on
buying by shorts. After opening to
c lower at 29 to 29c. Decombor
ranged between 2S and 2Sc. and closed
at 2c. Ix)cal receipts wore 215 cars.
Provisions were woak early In the day
as a result of heavy selling of January
pork. Tho market bocamo steadier later
on fair support of tho packers. The weak
ness of corn was n depressing influcnco at
the opening. Shorts were good buy.-s
lato In tho day. At tho close Januarv pork
and lard wore unchanged at $12.75 and
$7.10,. respectively. Ribs wero on 2c.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
October 103 107 103 107
December 103 109V4 107 109
May 10S 109 107 109
Corn. No. 2
Octobor .. .....V 49
December 48 43 47 48U
May 45 40 4514 -45
Outs. No. 2
December 29 29 2S 29
May 31 31 31 31
Moss pork, por barrel 1
October 11.10 11.00 11.10
December Ill5 11,30 11.15 11 25
January 12.67 12,75 12.55 12.75
Lard, per 100 lbs.
October 7.47V4 7.52 7.47 7.50
December 7.32 7.33 7.32 7.35
Jsnuary .. , 7.37 7.40 7.30 7.40
Mav 7.40 7.15 7.35 7.43
Short ribs, por 100 lbs.
October 7.02 7.C0 7.52 7.57 j
January G.82 0.03 C.57 0 03
May C.67 0.72 C.C2 6.72 I
CAs'h QUOTATIONS. J
Cash quotations wore as follows: Flour
Easier. No. 2 oprlng wheat, Sl.0SIil.16,
No. 3, $1.0531.12; No. 2 red. $1.0931.11. !
No. 2 corn. S0361c; No. 2 yellow. 53 c. ,
No. 2 oats. 23c; No. 2 white. Sl&'&c. I
No. 3 white, 29c No 2 rye. 78c. Good j
feeding barley. 3Cc; fair to cholco malting, I
8fMSc. No. 1 flaxseed, S1.0S; No. 1 north- l
western, S1.15. Mess pork, per barrel.
$11.1031112. Lard, per ICO pounds. $7 5f3
7.52. Short ribs sides (loose). $7.02
7.75. Short clear aides (boxed), S8.23JiS.50.
Whisky, basis of high wines, $1.20. Clov
er. contract grade. $12.23.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rets. Ship
Flour, barrels 29.300 10.10)
Wheat, bushels 105,100 CO. 000 1
Corn, bushels 194.700 114 200
Oats, bushels 319.0OO 2o0.2CO
Rye. bushels 15.000 S.lOO
Barley, bushels 210.700 18.600
ON THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
On the produco exchange today tho but
ter market was steady. Creams. 14320c;
dairies, 131117c. ,,,, ,, .
Eggs Steady at murk. 14317o; first,
18c: prime firsts. 20c; extras. 22c.
Cheese Steady. 10310c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. ll.-Whoat
Weak December. $1.50; May. $1.51. Bar
leySteady. December. $1.10.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST LOUIS Oct. 11. Wool Firm. Me
dium grades." combing and clothing. 20ft
Gc- light Ano. 18i20c; heavy tlno. 12tfloc;
tub washed. 22.2Cc.
Sell as your customer likes
That's how to do business,
in tea or anything else.
Vour grootr relumi your money if you don't liVo
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1 Distributers of UTAH'S BEST K
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. In the Third Judicial District court,
Probate division, Salt Lnko county, Utnh.
In the matter of tho estate of Anna So
phia Llndqulst, deceased.
By virtue of an order of sale granted
by the above-named court on the 7th day
of October. lOOI. tho undersigned will soil
at prlvato sale tho following described
real estale, to wit.
Part of lot 2. block 01, plat "C," Salt
Lake Clly survey, commencing at a point
2 rods enst and 1 rod south of the north
west corner of said lot, thenco east 8
roels, thenco south 2 rods; thence west
S rods, to the cast lino of Jeremy street;
thenco north 2 rods, to tho place of be
ginning. Situated In Salt Lake City,
Tho salo will be made on or after Sat
urday, the 22nd tiny of October. 1501, at
12 o'clock m., at tho office of G. H. Back
man. Attorney. No. 32 South Enst Tem
ple street. Salt Lake City. Utah, and bids
will be received by the undersigned at
said place. Terms of sale cash, ten por
cent of each sum bid must nccompany
each bid. and the sale or sales will be
subject to confirmation by said court.
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Estate.
I jj- Men Who Suffer From Waste of Strength, I
vliPlleil x Nervous Debility, Varicocsie, Early De- t
t tIPv v! y Ca' Rheumatism, Weak Back, t
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J' NO MAN SHOULD BE WEAK; NO MAN SHOULD SUFFER THE LOSS OF
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' ftrc ot strength.
i vV jGJcftV' Most of tho pnlns. most of the weakness of stomnoh, heart, brain nnd nerves
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f Ftt l I IMP O TENCY, VARICOCELE AND GENERAL DEBILITY.
4- ' f SflllfA '? Jo'i Millard County, Utnh.
0- ff $ k t$ W Dr- McLaughlin; Juno 14. 1904. f
ffl & Denr Sir: I am suro that I am completely cured, for I do not feel anything of 4
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I LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM A1TD LIVER TROUBLE.
t Dr. McLaughlin; AVolton, Wyo March 4, 190-1. i-
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I - Yours truly. S. E. DONALDSON. 4
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T Every man who ever used It rocqivnends It. because It la honest. It does groat work, and thoito whom I hav sured 4-
L are tho most grateful botauso the cure costs so llttlo. .
L Every man who uses my Belt gots tho ndvlco and counsel of a physician free. I give you tell that any modlcul man -f
1 Z can give vou anil a lot that he can't. . 4
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Trade Dollar Extension Mining com- l
pany. Location of principal ploco of bus- ' vll
luttz, Salt Lako City, Utah, ! i fi
Nottco is hereby given zzsii at & meet- HjH
lng of tho board of directors of said com- 1 1 I'lH
pany, held on the 15th day of September. . I
1904, an assessment of ton ($.10) cents per PH
sharo was levied on tho outstanding cap!- . jH
tal stock of tliLi corporation, payable lm- H
' mediately to tho secretary , at his office. PH
room No. 100 David Keith building, Salt "H
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which VlH
this assessment shall romain unpaid on ISH
tho 18th day of October, 1904, will bo de- VH
llnquent and advertised for salo at pub- lH
Ho auction, and unless paymont Is made H
heforc, will bo sold on the 9th day of No- ' 'H
vember, 1904, fit 2 o'clock p. m. at the of- ,
fico of tho company, room No. 100, David j
Keith building. Salt Lake City, Utah, to , i
pay the .delinquent assessment together j
with tho costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. E. G. KIDDER, !
Secretary. 1 M
Salt Lake City. Utah. September 16. 190L (
First publication. September 17, 1004. r IH
Lost publication October 13. 1904. al253 V
DELINQUENT NOTICE. f'H
Wabash alining Company. Principal
plcco of business, Salt Lako City, Utah. 'H
Notloe: There aro delinquent on tho fol
lowing described stock, on account of
aesessmcnt No. 9, levied on tho 22nd day
of August, 1904, tho oovoral amounts sot ; IH
opposite tho names of tho respective JH
No. Name. Sharps. Ain't. IH
40. C. R. Chamberlain 500 $25.00
SO Amous Howe 1000 50.00
112. Louis Bnchman 150 7.50 IH
113. Jesse Bach man 225 11.23 IH
127. Chas. ToblnM 1000 50.0) ' IH
181. Kathcrlne Wherrltt .... 100 5.00 , IH
185. Peter Barton 100 COO
356. W. S. Barnes 50 2,50 1
3S3, C, J. Brain 50 2.50 ' JM
G76. Chas. Tobias 333 1-3 16.67 ;
1103. N. A. Page ICO 5.0)
1112. K. O. Park 500 25 00 ;
1131. Sarah A. Marshall 100 G.OO i
1277. A H. Tarbet 1000 50.00 1
1421. W. L. Carter 10) 0.00 ,
Levy Bcttman 100 - G.OO )
14S1 Irvine Bcttman 100 5.00
IIS? Moses Nouabaum 100 G.OO JH
1616 W. H. Bmmol IZCi 6.0) rH
1675 Louis Schnoldcr COO 25. CO 1
1&S0. W 11. Shcotz KO '5.00 '
1031. W. H. Shcctz 500 Z5.00 '
1719. A. H. Turbo t 1030 G0.00
17S1. W. A. Clark , 400 20-00
1784 M. S. Pcndergast 413 20.65
1SG7, H. S. Joseph 500 25.00 ;
And In accordanco with law and tho ;
order of the board of directors mado on
the 22nd day of August. 1901. so many
shares of oach parcel of such stock as M
n ny lie necessary will bo sold at tho of
flees of t)io company, room 521, Atlas ; H
block. West Secpnd South street. Salt
Lako City. Utah, on the 15th day of Oc
tober, 1904. ut 1:30 p. m., to pay tho dolln
quent assessment, together with tho cost I
of advertising and cxpenso of sale. I M
W. MONT. FERRY. Secretary. 1 '
Office. 521 Atlas block, Salt Lake Cltv. , 1
Utah. a26H 1 j ;H
DELINQUENT NOTICE! jH
Joe Bowors Mining company.-Prlncipal 1
place of business. Suit Lake City. Utah. '
Notice Thero are delinquent upon tho J H
following described stock on account of IH
assessment levied on the 20th day of Au- IH
gust, 1&0I, the several amounts sot oppo- 1
silo thjf names of tho respective ohare ! H
holders, t.x follows: H
No. No. j
CGrt, Name. Shares.- Amt. 1
355-" .V. F. Seln 1,000 $ 10.00 ,
250W. F. Seln 50) 5.0) 1
379 W. E. Ferrebce 1.0)0 10.0)
iO-C. C. HIgglns COO G.O) ,
C75 Jos. Hause l,ro 10. OJ jH
717 Irvine Mason, Tr.... 1,000 10.00 i 1
916 II. B. Asadoorlan 2,500 ' 15.0) i I
SOS Grant Swan 500 &.OJ ,
071 C. L. Rood 5.000 60.O)
?T?-C. L. Rood 5,00? 60.00
i 007 Max E. Smith 500 5.CO tH
1034 John Dcrn 5,O"0 DO. CO i
1035 John Dcrn 5,000 60. CO
1030 John Deni 2.50) 25.(0
1039 John Dcrn 2,600 25.00
114S Mrs. H. H. Mclntlre.... 600 G.OO
1163 E. D. Wlcking W 6. CO ,
11ES A. T. Sanford 500 5.00 ,
1164 Ca A. Dole 1,500 15.00 1
J179 J. M. Burt 500, 3.0) )
1225 Jas, T. Belcss 1,000 10.00 'H
1227 W E. Ferrebce 2,500 25.0) ' H
127S Grant Swan 21 JA
lf53 Max E. Smith 90
1370 W. E. Ferrebce 169 l.C'l
1371- W. F. Seln 72 .72 ,4H
1405 Jos. Hause -IS .4S
14:5 H B Asadoorlan 120 1.20 ,
1439-C. L. Rood 480 4.S0
14C6 Mrs. H. II. Mclntlre.... 21 .21 HH
HC3 E D. Wlckcns 21 .21 1 IH
UTOC A. Dole.... 72 .72 IH
HS0 E. D Swan 43 .43
14S1 Jus. T. Bclc.s 13 .43
162S W. II. Clark 1,000 10.00
150-E. H. Wells 2U0 :.C5 , jH
1551-E. H. W"!! - 6 .62
l.rJ4-C C. Hlgclns t-rn 5.00 '
irj v.'. J. Barnett 60) G.CO 1 IH
1565-C. L Rood 170 1.70 '
1500 C. L. Rood 330 3.30 ,
1710 S, M. Wnrmbath 1,000 10.00
lt73 C. E. Brubaker 1,000 10.00
1911 Nettle Palnu 1,000 10.00 IH
lHM- J Hardin 300 3.00 JH
ia& m J Hardin , 310 3,10 IH
1963 Mi J. Hardin 21 .24
2003 F. J. O'Neill... 600 6.00 IH
"Oil Theo. Davis .... 1,000 10.00 1
2012 Theo. Davis 1,000 10.00 'H
2N3-J. H Llnck 1,00) 10.00 '
2040-G. H. Smith 600 G.O) ,
2047 C. D. Savcry 500 6.00 iH
2051 E. D. Swan 600 6.00 IH
2052 E. D. Swan GOO 6.00 MH
(59 C K. McCornlck 500 5.0) iMH
2U-6 Mlki Bamberger 500 5.00 MH
210olj. H. Llnck 1.000 10.0) fM
200 H. S. Joseph 500 6.00 IB
ooiig H. Smith 500 G.OO Jl
?oj5j, W. Sklnnor 600 5.C0 '1
2-x Sheets & Thompson.... 600 G.CO H
2319-Evn Lloyd 524 5.24 'H
2325-Max E. Smith... 600 6.00 iH
2350 Hudson Sons Co. 60) G.OO -H
2S64 Hudsoa Sons Co 500 G.CO 'H
23fC Hudson Sons Co 500 G.OO 'H
23jlw j. Browning 1.000 10.00 1
"UlW. J. Brownlnsr 1.000 10.00 IM
Si3iW J. Browning 1,000 10.00 H
24CO E M. West 1,000 10.00
2inS-Frnnk D. Hobbs 500 5.00
52flW W. Rivers ,. 1,000 10.00
js"? W W Rivers l.OOrt 10.00 , H
2330-E. M. West 1.000 10.00
!31 E M. West 1.00O lo.OO
5B32-K. M. West 1,000 10.CO
jrsj-E. M West... 1.CO0 10.00
2C01-T-W J Browning 1,000 10.00
2002-E. M. West,.... 1,000 10.00
I'3-E. M. West 1.000 10. 00
2CC4-E M West 1.000 10.00
?C05-B M. West 1.000 10.O) IH
KlGElolBO Allard 1.000 10.00
lS-L. Weber 1.000 10.00
;G0-J. M. Lyon 600 6.00 tH
"fV7-E. M. West GOO G.OO IH
"f50-W W Rivers 1,000 10.00 B
2716-IaD. Crcighton 600 5.00 H
274Was. Crelghton 1.000 10.00 M
274S-JnB. Crcighton 1,000 10.00 H
?.i).Tas. Crcighton 1.000 10.00 tM
2777 Jos. Hauso 6.000 ro.00 H
gPj A. Pollock & Co 13.500 135.00 tH
" And In accordance with law and order lM
of tho board of directors, mndo on
tho 20th day of August, 1904. so many H
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may bo necessary will bo sold at Room 1. H
51 Main street. Salt Lake City Utah, on I lH
the 15th day of October. 1901. at tho hour , -H
of 2 o'clock p. ni . to pay delinquent as- NH
prssmcnt thcroon, together with tho costs H
of advertising and cxnenscs of salo. IH
hie A. J GUNNELU Secretary. jl
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