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TUESDAY MOILING, OCTOBER 25,1004. TJtLB SALT LAKE TKIBtTNE. ' pagesevk
Dav With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers.
i MMiC. Uj-rx3rTi -
giir London Account
Sght of Selling of Stocks Aggra-
S5,Kvnted hy tHe InvitinEr 1,61761
M of :Frices'
TORK. Oct. Sl.-Tho tide Of
;--imUHtlvc enthusiasm proved Itself suf
Eth strong In today's stock market
C'!wYcd up the usual Monday morning
l n e salefl and to wipe out the sen-
;SJ effect of the Anglo-Rusalan
"fSS VcWa?? flse
Effect o the fears of resulting
7' K m to hod a substantial rcsu t In the
RuriM? here of largo offerings of
"fnr London account.
t 'S&ht of the selling was some--
.Avatcd by tho Inviting level of
""feSnwl by tho supporting r tac-""-Wftt
th i opcnlns hero, which offered
o 1''? on arbitrage with tho de-
3 Cdon prlco level that the cable
""'WcDt busy with orders to sell hero
i'fc K ourchoses In London. It was ac
"". r a decisive demonstration of the
&thrt the speculative poaltloit here
&TMWcr of tho interests support ng
MVW'ErKt that tho Monday morning
gSnt to take Profits could bo do
until the sustaining measures
fjJmEat the foreign depression could bo
tSiSfntbi reaction from the rally by
' eW,iin- nrtlers that the profit-taking
i5Srto i?os formidable and most
m&Ent and thev proved sufficiently heavy
Effect the whole market and to cause
lto"r BtriWng breaches in tho price level
T.' JffiuiS SSn'the shift of tho specu
2 B8 demand back to tho Pacifies and
lKVLStlal advance of the general
of prices served to confirm the
Cculatlve confidence in the inflowing of
Ik. Jl tWo of tho stocks. That thc Ang o
ITaSh San Incident did .not break the de
,0CJ went fur to reassure speculative
,Ji(tlracnt that the market was not yet
frthat "4ln"rable position, which Inovlta
remits from the prolonged speculation
"tie resulting Instability leading to a
--i5nDlntr over of values.
7&Wht dominant lnfluenco in the specula
rt lBn was the credit given to stories of
.", as a consequence of the Ontario &
."astern Incident. The movement In va-
V?rtjs low-prlord railroad 9tocks was
wvminly bafi d on the supposition that the
fcncial and railroad powersMvero com
$!3Elcd to a working out of interchange
Mlcontrol rrd the absorption of minor
Broads even at prices already above
market at the same considerations
,iJt prompted the Burlington purchase
tLB tht Louisville & Nashville sett c
l? Kit The old trnnKContinental setllo
3L?ht stories were revived In the same
vBmectlon Given so wide a field for
"Kiflcture and plausible suggestion and
i??H0a a'c-Jlcsg to traverse in detail the
."jjlttrept movemenls of tho day growing
JKaUroad officials continue optimistic
"tr traffic and report car shortage at va
J.inB poln1!. Complaint to trunk lines
TitMiralc-cuttlng on westbound freight was
gBlold appendage to these traffic re-
wKrhe persistent heaviness of tho United
VAtes Steel issues on the eve of tho
0;tEirter!y meeting of directors and the
Wlon on the dividend gives additional
tc'rcst to the stormy political outlook
'road but wis emphasized by tho large
mts of stocks here for London account,
: KiSie movement arouaCd suppositions that
1WW might go from here to Paris. Tho
-..Trket clnrcJ slightly Irregular, but ani
Sfcted and generally strong.
,J;Monds were irregular. Total sales, par
ZtMue S&W United States bonds
SsBr6 unchanged on call.
'liMR NEW YORK BOND LIST.
- tf '6. r. 2s rcg .HM Man. c. g. 4s.... 105
stMupon . , . 1011 Mex. Cen. -Is 74
rfjmJS. Cs reg-....l'4r. 1st inc. ....... 22
tkffcoupon . . V& M. & S. L. -Is.. OG
igpS, n, 4s reg l.VhM., K. & T. -is.. 102
i Yfcflnpon 13ll 2nds SJi
J2B' o. s rcg loo Mex. Nat. c. -Is.. SO
JfMcoupon 106 NT. Y. C. g. 315.100
sMtchlson g. -Is. .mV: N. J. C. g. 5s. ..131
BdJt. 4s . ..974N. Pac. -is IOIVl
S5C L -Is . . . 3s 75
is lc,3,;i lNT- & tVVc. 4s.. .101
Lliis Ki O. S. L. 4s & p.. 102
VlWent. of Ga. 5s 113 Penn. c. S's.-.-loa
lfiSMl8t lnc 88 Reading g. 4s.. 101
O. 4'4s.. .101 St. L. & I. Mt.
m& A- 3.... SI con. 5s 115&
. JB-T?. & Q. n 4s 8SU St. L. & San F.
jiMtZ M. & St, P. fg. 4s SVf.
iK80,"-..43 1K St- SW. lsts.100
JK-NW, c, 78 .12 S. A. L. 4s SI
2K I. & P. 4s S S. Pac. 4s 3151
?BfioL 5s ....... . S7V4 So. Rv. 5s 118i
.iM-Q C- & st- T- & P. Ists 122
UE- een- 43 102 St L. & W.
r'3?0 T "Is... SI 4s S2
l ; Tobacco 4s.. . 75 Union Pac. 4s... 1034
ffj2 S7: conv. 4s 110
mS !-JR',P' is 101 U. S. S. 2nd 5a..
ne p. Hen 4s lOO Wabash lsts ...110
jr.M ii?V & D' c- W. & L. B. 4s.. mi
Jtl r l2 -4, 111 Wis. Cen. Is.... 02
5 -f-J- 4Hs.. J00?i C. P. & I. c. 5s.. 81
I I CLOSING STOCK LIST.
5 l-t,i Salcs- High. Low. Close.
Pfiremd -J.400 ItG'i 10Ur 101
?1 Slian,Icli,c " m 3S5 WW 131
: (tatrnl of N J !S2
feix hlov,; .S0O 47 45 4C
jjji -wcago & Alton 30
, preferred . SO
"2 x Sl Western.. 20,700 -2ii 23 -.23
-WnrL St p -23.20J 172 171 1711
ifl $l"rcd ICO 18-1 1SI 1S3
i SLIcr Trans... 4.000 8 S 7
ivt thcrn 3-3 23 23 23
mrerrcd m S4 SI 83
J 4 H
iflff nixvin f':-''" 1(100 &1 "0 co
l ItnvXvr &,Nash.. G.300 13C 135 ISo'i
;i l-::: '8
I. "n f. ....... 15.000 12S 12.i 127
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SKiT:rrelUm' 10Ur V you don't like
-r Nov? York 5Sc 4-
-f San Francisco .5Sc
London 23 13-lCd 4-
. LEAD. -f
-f- New York exchange $1.354.37
-f New York exchange $13.0013.50 -f
Norfolk & W 4,400 73Vi 72 73
Ontario & West ..1OJ.300 4G 42 45-
Pennsylvania 01.600 137& 130 137
P. C C & St Louis.. 100 71 71 74
, Reading S0.C0O 7C 75 7C
1st preferred 100 SS SS 87
2nd preferred 200 SI SI 0
Rock Island Co.... 143,700 33 31 33
preferred .. .; 3,300" 74 73 74
St L & S F 2nd prcf 1,500 C3 63 G3
St L Southwestern. 200 23 22 22
preferred 3,400 50 49 40
Southern Pacific ..93.403 C3 61 Ci
Southern Ry 112,100 35 35 33
preferred .. ....... 1,200 55 95 95
Texas & Pacific .'. 6,400 35 35 35
T. St L & "Weat 31
preferred .. . 1.200- 60 GO 0
Union Pacific 113,500 103 105 103
preferred 300 95 95 94
Wabash ,.. 3,700 22 '-21 22
preferred 2,500 41 13 43
Wheeling & L B... 500 20 19 19
Wisconsin Central . 300 24 23 23
preferred 1.400 47 4G r 40
Mox Central 57,600 19 17V 17
S P prof . . 1.200 110 .115 llCVi
Adams , 240
American . 110
United Statos 115
Wclls-Fargo 100 230 266 210
Amal Copper SI.9CO C8 CC 07
Amer Car &. Found -1.1CO 27 20 2C
preferred 200 Sl 81 83
Amer Cotton Oil ... 1.50D 32 31 32
preferred ..v .4. - 92
Amor Ice . G0Q 8 8 S
preferred 2,300 37 35 35
Amer Linseed Oil 13
preferred ..... 35
Amer Locomotive ,. 4, COO 29' 2S 2S
preferred 700 100 99 99
AmorS & R 37,700 72 70 72
preferred 2.700 115 114 114
Amer Sugar Rfng...53,9IK) 339 136'-13S
Anaconda M Co.... 500 99 99 9S
Rrooklyn R T 19.200 GO C7 GS
Colo Fuol.& Iron ..2S.300 -42 40 41
Con Gas 7,900 217 215 21G
Corn Products GOO- 17 17 17
preferred 100 -77 75 75
Dlst Securities 2,200 33 23 33
General Electric .... 1,200 J77 175 17G
Intern.it Paper 3,200 - 3S IS 18
preferred 200 77 77 77
Internat Pump 300 37 37 37
National Lead 3,100 25 24 24
North American 500 95 95 95
Pacific Alall 1.100 39 39 39
People's Gas 11.000 109 10S 109
Pressed Steel Car .. S.400 37 36 35
preferred COO Sl Sl Sl
Pull Palace Car 225
Republic Steel 1.700 12 12 12
preferred 3,200 54 G28 53
Rubber Goods 2.200 23 ' 22 22
preferred v 84
Tenn Coal & Iron .. 3,100 57 .5G 5G
U S Leather 1C.600 13 13 13
preferred 1,090 92 91 91
U S Realty C3
U S Rubber .. S00 2S 2S . 2S
U S Steel 48.700 21 20 21
preferred G1.400 82 81 81
West Electric 2.300 173 171 171
Western Union 600 9 2 91 91
Total sales for the day, 3,5S,200 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Oct 24. Bar silver, 5Sc.
Mexican dollars, lGVic.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 24. Silver bars,
Mexican dollars. 40'5?46c.
Drafts, sight, 7c; telegraph, 10c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24.-Ciose; Money on
call, steady, 1'72 per cent; closing, bid, ,
1 per cent; offered at 2 per cent. Tlmo
loans, easy; sixty days, 3 per cent; ninety
clays and six months. 3 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, 4?5 per cent. Sterling
exchange, strong, with actual business In
bankers' bills at J-I.SGJiSij'l.SG.a) for demand
and at S4.S3.M&4.S1 for sixty-day bills;
posted rates, JI.S4j4.S7, commercial bills,
New "York Metals.
NEW YORK. Oct, 21. Tin was lower.
London reported spot at 120 12s Cd and fu
tures at 120 12s Cd. Locally, the markqt
was quiet, but showed a pretty steady
lone at the slightly lower level. Spot Is
quoted at l2S.50g28.S5.
Copper was llrm and higher, spot clos
ing at 00 31s 3d in London arid C0 lCs 3d
for futures. Locally, copper is said to be
meeting with a better demand, and ruled
Arm. with lako quoted at S13.25'ol3 37;
electrolytic, $13,1213 25; casting, ?13.COSi
Lead was also higher in London, closing
at 12 7s Cd. Locally, quotations have a
very wide range. The metal exchange
quotes spot at $4.354.27, while some of
tho larger dealers are still quoting $4.20.
Speller was reported llrm locally, at
?5.D0J?5.35. London closed at 23 Cs,
Iron closed at 50s Cd In Glasgow and at
43s 10d in Middlcsboro. Locally, Iron
was unchanged, No. 1 foundry Northern.
514.7515.25; No. 2 foundry Northern, S14.25
011.75; No. 1 foundry Southern and No. 1
foundry Southern soft. S14.GOgiG.00.
CHICAGO, Oct 24. Cattle Receipts,
27,000, including 7000 Westerns; mnrket
strong; good to prlmo steers, 55rGOtC.f3;
poor to medium, 53.5075.50; stockcrs and
feeders, ?2.C04.00; cows, $2.SO4.60; heif
ers, J2. OOgo.OO. canners. $1.2552.10; bulls,
$2.COS'1.25; calves. $3.00tt0.60; Western
3tccrs, ?3.254.75; Texas fed steers, ?1.50j
5.C0. Hogs Receipts, 22,000; market 10s
higher; mixed and butchers', $3.0005.00;
good to choice ha.vy, J5.Oft5.60; rough
heavy. J1.S5G5.25: light, f5,(H?!5.40: bulk
of sales,' S5.00fr5.30. Sheep Receipts, 30,
000; sheep and lambs lOo higher; good
to choice wethers. ?3.76ff4.40; fair to choice
mixed. SS.OOijG.iV); Western sheep, $3. 00-11
4.40; nntlvo lambs, ?3.&OfiC.0O; Western
sheep, J.1.004.40; native lambs, ?3,0OQ-C.O0;
Western lambs. J1.00S5.S3.
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 2-1. Cattle-Receipts.
00 J market, steady: native sleers,
? 1.2556.40; cows and heifers, J2.25S3.50;
Western steers, S3.0WN.60; Texan steers,
S2.75Q3.60: cows and heifers, J2.15ft3.30; enn
ncrs, Sl.BOflS.lO; stc-ckors and feeders, ?2.C
4.00: calves, ?3.005.50; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs Receipts, 4500; market, Co higher;
heavy, ?5.17ff?5.25; mixed. S5.20fl5.22 .
light, $5.151iG.30: nigs, $1.54ff5,00; . bulk of
Sheep Receipts, 1C.000: market, active;
10c higher; Western yearlings, OfflJO;
wethers, J3.GOg3.S5; ewes. 53.0OtJ3.C0; com
mon and blockers, J2.GOft3.S0; lambs, 4.E0
KANSAS CITY. Oct 21. CaUle Re
ceipts. 17,000, Including 800 Southerns; mar
ket, 10c higher: nutlvo steers. 5-I.C0UC.50;
Southern steers, 52.50 JG.75;- Southern cows,
Sl.GO152.TG. native cows and heifers, $l,50t
4.50; stockcrs and feeder, 52.2534.25. bull3,
51.75SC.25; calves. 52.5OS6.00; Western
steers. 53.00tT4.50, Western cows, 51.60foa.60.
Hogs Receipts, lOQOmurkot, Ec higher;
bulk of wales, 55.00S5.30: heavy, $5.206.40;
packers, 55.1035.30; pigs and light, 54.85
Sheep Rijcolpls, C000; market. Co higher;
muttons, 53.2JtfjT4.00; lambs, 5I;255?5.C0; range
wethers, 53.254.15; -twee,' J2.G00;60, ' w
.Carload of Eggs
I Reaches Salt Lake
Increased Supply Did 2Tot Hcduco
Prices Winter Nuts Are to
Bo Had Now.
The arrival of a carload of Eastern eggs
on tho local market yesterday will, for a
time, relieve tho scarcity of that product,
but did not reduce tho price. Thoy aro
still held nt 57 and 57.25 a case, wholesale,
with 57.50 named as tho price for Utah
eggs. Bcfti the Imported and tho homo
product alt) likely to advance any day.
Nearly i tho winter nuts aro now to
bo had .here, tho Erigll3h walnut being
billed for this week Those already .on
hund aro of line quality and sell at the
following wholesale prices; Brazil, 16
cents a pound; soft shell almonds, IS
cents; filberts, 15 cents; pecans, llli113
cents; peanuts. Jumbos, 10 cents; com
mon. 9 cents.
Another shipment 6f pomegranates was
received yesterday, just a low boxo3 of
them, quoted at 52 wholesale. California
grapes aro much more plentiful Oust now
than for some days past, but tho price of
51.75 a case Is still maintained.
Tho demand for oysters Just now 13 al
most unprecedented In the history of tho
tlsh business here. Orders are increased
dally by the Importing merchants, but
each evening finds tho supply gone. Fish
is coming in in first-class shape, tho
salmon being especially lino Just now.
Striped bass Is quite plentiful, and dealers
are able to meet the demand for black
bass for tho first time in some weeks. It
seTls at 30 cent3 wholesale'.
Turkeys advanced to 21 cents a pound,
wholesale, yesterday, tho highest tlgure
yet. named. Dealers say, however, that
this price will Jiot bo increased before
Thanksgiving, as a comparatively small
number of patrons are able to purchaso
the popular bird at this price.
Sweet potatoes aro plentiful and In good
demand. A carload lot was added to the
lecal market yesterday, wholesaling at
52.25 a hundredweight They retail at six
pounds for a quarter.
Hay. Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
bale. COr; alfalfa, $10.00; timothy, por ton.
baled, 513.50; wheat, per bushel, COctftt.05;
corn, per cwt, 51.40, corn, cracked, 51.45;
oats. 5135; rolled oats. 51 45; barley, rolled.
51.35. Hour, bakers' No. 1, 52.30; flour,
straight grade. 52.40; flour, high patent,
52.C0; rye, 52.GO; graham flour, S2.o0fl2.io;
cornmcal. 51.70S1.S0; bran, 51.00; bran and
Meats. Dressed beef, pound. 4yoc:
dressed veal, per pound, 9c; dressed
lambs, per pound. Gc; dressed mutton, per
pound. P5c; dressed hogs. Sc; live. oc;
codfish, G to 9c; mincemeat, SS9c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 11c; broilers,
per pound. lCc.
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case. 5l.o0;
Utah white grapes, case. 51.25; California
grapes, 51.75; Utah apples. bUBhel, 5100;
Santa Paula lemons. ,box, 54.00; peaches,
box. SO?T75c: 'plums, box, GOc; bananas, per
bunch, 52.50; Utah pears, box, $1.25; cran
berries, ,53.50 barrel; dates, .per pound. SiQ
10c; pineapples, por do7.en, 52-50: German
prunes, 51.00 per bushel; ipDmcgranltes, 52.00
Sugar. Beet sugar, per ICO, 50.40; cano
sugar. 56.50. - ,
Vegetables. California head lettuce, 50c
per dozen; oyster plant, 45c a. dozen;
new celfcrv dozen, 50c; parsnips, per
cwt, 31.25; green . peppers, pert , pound,
fc; Utah summer squash, per dozen,
20c; yellow onions, per hundred, $1.25;
vegetable marrow, per d07.cn, GOc:
rod cabbage, per pound, 2c; swoet
potatoes, per cwt, 52.25; Utah cabbage,
per 100, $1.25; potatoes, per cwt, 90c; tur
nips, beets and carrots, per 100. $1.00; green
onions, per dozen. 20c; pumpkins, dozen,
$1.25; Utah egg plant, Gc; Utah lettuce,
0c; cauliflower.- pound, Cc.
Dalrv Products Butter, per pouni!, SGc;
cheese", per pound, 12c; eggs, per case,
$7.Wc7.50; comb honey, per crato, 52.75;
sweitzer cheese, per pound, 3Sc; llmburg
er chese. per pound. ICe: cream brkk
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
dozen. $12 03.
Eresh Fish. Utah lake bass, SOc; sal
mon. 13c; mountain trout 3oc; alibut, 12c;
striped boss, per pound, 15c; 30les,
per pound, 9c; flounders, per pound. 9c;
California smelts, per pound. 12c; catfish,
per pound. 12e; perch, per pound. 10c; lob
sters, per pound, lCc; oysters. New York
counts, 51 60 per 100; selects, 52.25 per gal
lon; barracuda, per pound, 12c; sea bass,
mr nound. 12c; bloaters, por 100, 53.50.
Meats. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse. 18
20c; pork. 17c. mutton chops, lOft'lSc;
legs. 12c; lamb, 12315c per pound; veal,
125120c; veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry Dressed hens, 15c; broilers, 20
Ti30c; turkeys, 27.30c; ducks. 20c; roast
springs, 20c; teal ducks, COc pair; mallards,
Fruits Utah apples, per peck, SOjlOc,
lemons, per dozen, 25c; oranges, per
dozen, lOffOOc; peaches, per pound. 5c; per
case, CtfgSSc; bananas, per dozen, 30c,
pears, 5c per pound; plums, 6c; grapes
(black), per basket. COc; grapes (white),
COc; Tokay grapes, COc; pomegranate, 15c
pcund; pineapples. 20 And 40c each.
Vegetables. New celery. 5c a stalk;
oyster plant, 5c P., bunch; Utah egg plant
Gc per pound; parsnips, two bunches for
5c; Utah poppers, thro pounds for 25c; red
cabbage, four pound, for 25c; sweet pota
toqs. ier pound. 3c, Utah sqmmer squash,
two for Gc; cauliflower. 10c a pound; pota
toes, peck. 20c; cabbage, per pound, 3c;
turnips, per pound. 2c; green onions, 2c;
carrots, 2c, beets, 2c; Utah tomatoes,
per pound, 2c; lcUuce, 5c; California
lettuce, 5c; pumpkins. 15c; Hubbard
squash, 33c; pickling onions, 50c per peck.
Dairy Products. Butler, per pound, ,10c
cheese, 35c; eggs, per dozen, 25i(30c; fancy
cheese, per pound, 2oc; comb honey, per
comb, 35c; strained honey, por pound, ice
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; Ilmburgor
cheese, per pound, COc; cream brick
cheese, 25c; Edam cheese, each, $i.2C.
Fresh Fish. Black bass, 35c, salmon
37c; mountain trout. 40c; halibut 16C:
striped bass. 20c; Mackinac trout
20c; codfish. 15c; perch, 32c; stur
geon, 15c; white Ash. 20o; mountain hor
rlng, 15c; select oysters, COc a quart
barracuda, per pound, 15c; sea bass, por
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Possibility of war
between Great Britain and Russia had
considerable lnfluenco In causing a strong
wheat market here today. Shorts wore
active bidders for both the December and
May options when trading began In tho
vheal nit. As a result of tho urgent de
mand, initial quotations showed a ma
terial advance, May being up 7C'4c, at
$1.11(1.11. December was a shade lower
to c higher, at 51.15fjl.l5.
The anxiety of shorts was due to a vari
ety of reasons, In addition to tho con
tinued bullishness of the cash situation
and posKfblo world-wldo complications re
sulting from tho Russian Baltic fleet Inci
dent Important foalures were decreases
both In Northwestern receipts and In the
world's .shipments. The fact that foreign
grain markets ,showcd gains had consid
erable effect dn the market here.
At .tho start offorlngs wore comparative
ly light In consequence, prices roso rap
Idly, December selling up to ?1.16 and May
to $1.15. Realizing sales checked tho ad
vance and loaded tho market with rough
wheat to cause a temporary loss of the
greater part of the early Improvement
The market soon .recovered from the sot
back, however, as a result of active sup
port from a leader of tho bull orowd.
A sharp advance In prices at Minne
apolis also contributed strength to the
situation here. Tho Southwest furnished
an additional U3rgp volumo of bullish
news, complaints. from Missouri regarding
damdgo by Hcoslan flics being quite, nu-
merous. Tho high point on December for
the day was reached at $L16. May again
sold up to 51.15- Some realizing devel
oped late In tho session, but the markot
closed strong, with December at 51.16.
Final quotations on May were at 51 14
Clearances of wheat and flour wcro equal
to 22,000 bushels,
The strength of wheat held tho corn
market firm, notwithstanding favorable;
weather for tho maturing of the crop.
December opened 5?c to iR-7rC higher,
at 4Sc to 4Sc, sold botween -18c and
4Sc, and closed at 48a Local receipts
were 101 ear3
Under tho Influence of the . strength of
other grains, tho oats market held steady.
In spite of considerable selling by cash
houses-. After Opening c higher, at 29c.
December ranged between 2$&2Sc'. and
29c, nnd closed nt 23tj"2SvSc Local re
ceipts were 102 cars.
A firm undertone pervaded the provis
ions markot, the strengthening factors
being tho bullish hog markot and higher
prices of grains. At tho clOBe the January
products wero unchanged from laBt night,
final figures on pork being at 512.55. Lavd
closed at 57.27. and rlb3 at 56.55.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Opon. High. Low. Close
Wheat. No. 2
December ... ,1.15 l.lGi 1.15 LlSTfi
May 1.14 1.15 1.11 1.14-Yj
July 99 95 99 &&
Corn, No. 2
October ;.. -52
December .. 4S 48 45 4S
May 45 .45 4G 45
Oatc. No. 2
October 1 ; 29
Decomber 29 29 "23 28
May ; 31 ..31 30 . 31
Mess pork, por barrel ..
January A32.C0 -32.C5 .12.55 12.55
May 12.57 12.57 32.50 12.50
Lard, per ICO lbs.
October 7.32 (7.25 7.32 7 32
January 7.30 7.32 7.27 7.27
May 7.37 7.40- 7.32 7.85
Short ribs, per 300 lbs. 1
January C.CO fi.G2..G .53 C.55
May 0.72 C.75 . C.67 G.S0
CASH QUOTATIONS. ,
Cash quotations were as-folloTVs: Flour,
firm; No. 2 spring wheat. SUlfil.17; No. 3,
51.03in.15; No. 2 red. $L3&T1.19; No. 2
corn. 53c; No. 2 yellow. 55c, No. 2 oats,
white. 31??32c; No. 3 white, 2930.o;
No. 2 rye. 79c; good feeding barley. 37c
falr to choice malting, 41J?62c; No. 3 flax
seed. 51.09; No. 1 Northwestern. SI. 15;
prime timothy seed. 52.C0; mess pork,, per
barrel. S10.95ffll.00; lard, per 100 pounds.
57.327.35; short ribs sides (loose), $7.23:i7
7.37; short clear sides (boxed). $7 37r"
7C2; whisky, basis of TTlgh wines, $1.25;
clover, contract grade. .$12,35.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. .
Articles. Ret. Ship.
Flour, barre 10,900 27.1CO
Wheat, bushels 71.200 102,800
Corn, bushels ,.M 72.C00 352,200
Oats, bushels 179.500 411,500
Rye. bushels ;..J:.V...'. - 6,000'- S.0CO
Barley, bushels .. 99.000 76,10)
On tho produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, 15Q)
21c: dairies. 13&18c; eggs, steady; at 'mark,
36fjlSVic; firsts. lSc; prlmo firsts. 20c;
extras, 2Cc; cheese, easy, 30fJ10c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 21. Wheat
weaker; December. $1.45; May, 51.17.
Barlcy weak; December, S1-0S; May.
Visible Groin Supply.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. Tho visible sup
ply of grain, Saturday. October .22, as com
piled by the New York produce exchange,
was as follows:
Wheat, 24,035,000 bushels; increase, 1,236,
Corn, 3,440,000 bushels; decrease, 759,000
Oats, 21,423,000 ,bushels; increase, &I7.000
Rye. 1,651,000 bushels; Increase, 133,000
Barley, 0,052.000 bushels; Increnso, 487,000
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. Oct. 24. Sugar Raw
steady; fair refining. 3c; centrifugal .96
test, 4c; molasses sugar, 3c. Refined
is quiet; crushed, 55.65; powdered, $5.05,
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 24. Wool steady, me
dium grades combing and clothing, 20$
26c; light fine,' lSfi20c, heavy fine, I6fjl7c;
Onred off ibttaa
After Years of Terrible Suffering1,
Mary Joscphi no Bezy, Floyd Knob, Ind.,
writes: "After suffering untold agonies
for 32 years from Asthma, I was cured by
SchlfTmann'a Asthma Curo. Iuscd to be so
bad that I could not movo without hclp.but
I can now do all my cwn work." Another
writes: "My llttlo boy 7 years old has
been a sufferer for sovcral years, some
times so bad off that wo could not hold him
Id bed, expecting any moment for him to
broathc his last Doctors did hlra no good
and wo had almost given up In despair,
when through accidentwo heard of Schlff
mann's Asthma Cure, tried It and It
almost Instantly relieved hlm." Mrs. D. C
Harris, Elbow P. O., Va.
Sold bv all druggists at GOc and $1.00-
j Pictures I
j TABLE THE BEST
jj AND LEAVE
j See our window.
J, W. Gessford
I 57 SO. MAIN.
I I 1 1 in m ii- r mi'.y.nsrmsB,
. positive and rmanent cur Jor
drunkennsta and tho opium dlnnaoec.
There la no publicity, ro Blcknesa. Lad lea
treated at privately u at their own
homes. Tho Keoloy Inotltute. 3H W. 8a.
Tempi. Halt Lako City. Utah.
UNION ASSAY OITIOE,
M S. HANAU15R. Manager.
Removed to 153 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES 13Y MAIL AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for price UaL
ANKOIA COFFEE I
a Always Uniform
J Cook Tea & Coffee Co.
R'Phone 974-Y. 14 E. 3rd South. 0
Should Subscribe to the
BOSTON -NEWS BUREAU
$1 a month, S12 a year.
The hlffhcet recognized author
ity on all mntero pertaining to
It publlihea more fact3 rela
tive to tho equipment, costs of
production, output, earning proB
pects and the Intrinsic and spec
ulative values of developed cop
per propositions than any other'
financial publication in tho
Send for tree sample copy.
C. W. BARRON, Publisher,
Exchange Place, ' Boston.
Send for our record pamphlet on
1 Utah's Best Flour f
K A Trial Order Solicited. ;!
I YOQELER SEED & PRODUCE CO. I
HAPPY MAIN. -
To men who
k (it$S suffer from
n o r v o u s
JTv?0v losses, impo-
Sov,y' loncy, vaii-
f vvvjx TS ' cocele, rheu-
& )frmd- m a t I 3 m,
Mfl VThX lamo back.
MfiSVsT ' kidney or
ftrasSST tI 1 1h t omacli
' 1. troubles I
(f A will glvo tho
V sc. I UB0 of "IV
Yi I A J famed Dr.
f 1 ( S a n d e n
VAA Ak A Electric
n)- Belt abso-
l fzrSy lutely freo
MKfc51 ntll cured
Yrvi5 penny In ad-
""x, vance or on
Prico when cured a? lpw as 4 in most
caeca. If it fails to curo you don't pay
me anything whatever. Bcwaro of Imi
tations. Tho genulno Dr. Sandon Bolt
can only be had at my establishment ns
below. Standard for 40 years. Call today
and take a belt along or writo for one and
my two books scaled free.
DR. T. N. SANDEN,
D97 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.
I The Prize Winners ;
In our advertisement competi- ;
tion, which closed Saturday,
October 22, are named in order ',
below, and the prizes are ready
for the successful competitors.
H MRS. E. T. STEWART, j
! 326 E. Fifth South. '
I Second Prize:
I MRS. E. R. KNEASS, I
j 362 Sixth st. '
MISS MABEL SNYDER,
: No address given. :
' 1 i,, in, WMBlHiMJL.JJ I
It In your privilege to tnko your 3
prescriptions to the druggist you fjj
mny prefer. We believe that we 3
give as porfect prescription scr- H
vice aS can bo had. If you dustro H
tho doctor"o opinion, ask him about J
Dayton Drug Co. 1
i Cor. Second South and Stato St.
S ToL 552.
c m., iff-'
I What's the Matter I
With my glaanen, I can't read or sco t
Jlgurca like L used to7 1b the nuea- tA
Hon anked by many'. Wo can solve
the problom for you, by fitting-your a
eyea with perfect glaasee. No 5
charge for tenting oyco. j
8 Corrector of Dafective Eyesight. jj
'Phono 1763-K. 73 W. 1st So. f
f$M IdiU Brewing &m$mf$ l
; '. 3Mllfl 0r . I
Being- of a superior quality, is rapidly taking 1
jJft tho placo of Eastern importations. At th I j
'Cit!" same price as our other brands. Try it.
U I 3. moritz, eerieral manager. j ; iH
SPSi I KENTTJCBTZ- UQTJOR CO., 1 H
ImtJ Resident Retail Agents. . (
2La2gSac? I Telephone 231. msBMmmaisJ J
DOCTOR COOKXsnD- jll
PROSTATIC TROUBLES r NERVO-TJS DEBHSP 1 V
?erwnVoV"rtSd?ngm Mli Cures aulck and mdlcal In I if H
STRICTURE JfiS VABICOCELE
hutff p.fn.SSgBfSS W AM Comnletely and porraanenuy H
frP0m'buslne533, 1 '
' WASTING "vTEAENESS Irf disappear completely and !j , ;
! . ,a . -a i - A ftv forever, It Is saf. palnleas J J
Timo of euro. 10 to GO days, A Iffi island bloclore. An abwlute '
j by my original, very olmplo v kaftScure giaranteed. 3 VPH
remedy (used exclusively by rfffiLjJS'r 1 'Jj
K mo.) f IfM?1 EL00I P0IS01T J
$ PRITATE DISEASES Every vestige o noison re- '
; I vBl&njfjw moved from system without J '
cured in 8 to 10. days, without Try aid of .mercury or potash. ' !
tho U25 c: poisonous druga. 1 j 1 '
Consultation Is free and Invited, and in consulting rae yon may be ouro that j i
nothing that aclenco can dovlae or skill perfect hac been left undone to afford n t rH
! you a speedy, safe and porroanont euro. J J
WRITE mo in full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appear to J M 'H
you and rcccivo b return mall my honest and candid opinion of your case. J t 'H
y eooK medishl eo., $hW'AiP?lS:
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' TWO DAYS'
Kitchen WicKel !
Good goods. Good bar
. gains."1 Today and Tuesday
I CAMPBELL j
"Tllo Popular Hardware Store " f
f 27-2D W. Third South Street. ,
is':j; ji. i.. ' t,:i i. 'mi.1.'" ijr:arj
MEN1 GET IT NOW.
Send today for a book which will inspire
any man to be strong and vigorous a
book you will liko to read. It tells how
to cure weak men, and gives Illustration
of the cflcct of my belt upon weak, nerve
less men 1 send tho book, ucaled. Irve, If
you Inclose this ad.
DR. M. T. il'LAUQHLIN.
Ji 16th St rrenvor. Colo.
tt Insures as enjoyable, Invigorating
bath; makeo every poro respond, re.
moves dead skin.
ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY.
ctarts the circulation, and leaves a
glow equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL GEO PER" AND DRUGGISTS.
Scoffs Saniai -Pepsin Capsules
fjPK POSITIVE CURE
M; VI tho ai.sdilerchd Dloaed Kid-
5ap,I stpk V ncyc KO CUKE no PAY. Cnrw
viiSii RlaulcUlr nnd rcrnir.nentlr tho
1' i iMtorat caeca of Gonorxncwa
4?? 77 and QlKrt, no matter or lion
long ptsndiiiR. Aboolntoly
V'i'ViJ'S I hornilcn. 6oId b7 druglfltf.
k riico 81.00, or by moll, rwt'
I1TKE SAKTAL-PEPSIH CO.
V1 rIIdonUloi, Ohio
V. J. HTLT, DRUG CO.. Salt Lake City.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
FOR WOMEN )
!J. W. CURRIE, i
70 W. 3rd South, Salt Lako City.
. J ' y When you knovr; 'tl
V R McConaliay'fl dol- , lM
S lar alarm clock
2-5? P3"- 17 run chances , M
lvTlK. 011 th6 75-cent S
VTIyv kindP r
r 41 w- 2113 So- st jlH
ffiWTF?zFS YOUNG. HIDDLE-
$ W W. m AGEP AND ELDER- I
ri V t fjj LY If you are sexually j j
Win I l weak, no matter from j ', Bl
n ) M what aiU3c; undevei- ' -H
n RM U V R ti oped; have otrlcturc. f M
&rtfri2!3 varicocele, etc., MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will cure you.
No druT3 or electricity: TCO.000 cured and t rH
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for ft
free booklet Sent sealed. Guaranteed. ' I
Write today. R. C. Eminit, 3 Xabor M
block, Doavor, Colo,
The State Bank of Utah 1 1
Corner Iilaln and South Temple Sts., 't'.H
Salt IiOke City. .
JOSKPI F. SillTnr President. i
WILLIAM B. PItESTON, Vlcc-PreoldenL ( '
CHARLES 3. BURTON, Cashier. , ,
HENRY T. M'E WAN, Asst. Canhier. ' 1
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention ta '
country trade. Correspondence invi
J. E. Cosprrlff, Pres. E. W. Wilson. Cashier ( J j
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noblo. Vlce-Prealdonta. 1 '
A. II. Puabody, Ass't Cashier., )
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK jl
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Established 1S52. , '
Tho Oldest and Gtronpeat BarJs In Utah. I
Undivided proilts )
Transact? a general banking bualness,
domestic, and foreign. ,
Direct connections with ban&s tc all '
principal cities of tho world. v !
ISSL'Ha: ' jl
Drafts, ) n art
Letters of Credit, prominent ) 11
Telcpraphlc Transfers. J cities ; Ul
Dopoalta rccetved subject to check. f l!
H. L. MILLER. Cashier. I
H. p. CLARK, Asst. Cashier. '
ESTABLISHED 1S. 1E0 OB'FKIES. JJ
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. .
I) G. DUN & CO., , I 'H
The Mercantile Agency. hi 1
OEOROE RUST, General Manager, K iH
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. )' iH
Office In ProRress bldg., Salt Lake City.; , 'M
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. J20O.O0O.OO. '
WAIKER BROTHERS,: M
SAIVT LAKE CITY. UTAH. , PH
Established Inossrporatta 0S. J
Transact a General BanlnnB rr??neas. ' tH
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. ' )
JJESEBET NATIONAL BAW3 1
UNITED STATES DEPOSITART. '
Salt Lako City, Utah. V tM
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, 9250,000
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER, ' ;
President. Vice-President ''
II. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS, I
Cashier. AsuL Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent. i U (
NATIONAL BANK OF J: !' H
THE REPUBLIC .'.H
17. S DEPOSITARY. ,
FRANK KNOX ,:.1..IiiIden4 '' '
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlcs-Prcsldoni ' -
V. F. ADAMS , Cashlei ,
CAPITAL PAID IN. $300,000. ' ., I
Banking In all lis branches transacted. ,( I IH
Exchouso drawn on tho principal 6iUe , i lH
of Europe. H
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS, , ,
TT TTcCORNIOZ & COv - , s
IV a H
Salt Lake City, Uta,- i ')
. ESTABLISHED 1870 '