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'TUBDAYMOBG, OCTOBER 29, 1001. THE SAIjT TTO. GE SEVE 'N
jWith the Bankers, the' Merchants and the Brokers.
Fas Decline In In
her Levels and
2S.-Wllh tho fears
Russia and Great
:k3 scored a sharp
ro was an assertion
control of tho mar
vcro made into tho
ints of irongth.T io
rvith success. Tho
,o markot, however,
torost at tho higher
Into actual dullness
was the smallest of
quenco was a eup
ahorts aro largely
ush to buy at the
t In prices at thai
la drawn that - yes
Had the .effect of ln
latlvo forces to re
cavy operations for
Mgs Union PuclIJc
;ccnt prominence In
Ing factor being the
,o part of he Ora
tors to avail them
;o undor tho mort
iticlpatlng bonds at
official dlscla mora
t the Northern Se
belnff worked out
mlty of Interest In
railroad field Of
hp reported absorp
nlon Pnciilc of Chi
stock were treated
jth of T7. S Steel
live as anything In
ivlncss of tho steel
ild aJmost to have
fcarc as a cause of
ic markot. Tho rise
pcr and In Sugar
the favorablo trade
ustrles with which
3 concerned. Tho
roup was notably
s v.-aB disclosed to
money market was
to tho facility with
-ed The conslder
ance from the ln
r export movement
ho speculative elo
lecs pointed to this
rlor demand rather
movement- Tho 1om
y operations and
rt was thus reduced
The decrease In
ifforded somo relief
market and no fur
ro made of gold for
had been antlclpat
is offered down dur
per cent to below 2
Luatlons of the mar
covery of final deal
was firm and gen
ees. Total sales, nar va!
States Eon'ds were
L. & N. u. ts 102V
Man. c. k. 43.... 105
Mex. Cen. 4s.... 73Vi
1st ine 22',
M. & St L. -Is..
M., K. & T. 4s.. 102
2nds .. So
Mex Nat. c 4s.. 0
Y. C. k. 34.s..lCWi
N J. C. g. G3....13IV1
V. Pac. 4s 103,
V. St AV. c. IS....100&
0. S. L. Is & p.. 103".
penn. c. 3V&S....103
Reading g. 4s.... 102
St. I,. & I. Mt.
con. 5s 11C
St. L. & San
F. fg. is Sf.i
St, L. 9V. lsts..
S. A. L. Is SI
So. Pac 4s UIVS
So. Ry. 5s 11SV,
T. & P. 1st 119
T.. S. L & W. 4s Sl
Union Pac. Ls.105
conv. Is 113V,
U. S. S. 2nd 5.. S7-,&
Wabash lsts ....119
isu$ftk,i. i z deo- B cc
ith ofcB V.1',;- ..111 Wis. Cen. 4s 03
3etrt jL CLOSLNG STOCK LIST.
&ifnn Sales. IIlRh. Low. Close.
X", 2,000 SC'A 853, ECU
1 ::;;1UM p 93 p
' KfWc "6" 127TA 120
fiurO 4 Alio"861' " 1,500 185 m
5Cp2' u 'ml0n " fo
xko" av$'wL" J5' 25"" 2" 21V4
ilt Hr!" 'I W 22 22".
(rrrij kft f,r,rcd , VA '-
fjS iBia" -88
irr11' f1 raw
r1 uce?tnt :::i0' iw" H3
Werr J 2Vi 27
Rhncd MS 27 20
"flatUa I? im "2 136
CftBtL 12G 15U A
tp&ssii ,iS2 r,9 09 59
lo-SpaV "94 141 14S1
1 , Xan & ToV ir22 m$ 101
iR(rrtd ""i-.; L"?1
'feV'Mex-' MVl G7' 6
l1' ii,:t7: Wi iJf4
iu E'rd::::::i2:: r
jo s p V.i '- "4y. 74 73S
; 21 21 siu
?K'tn pac W CO 4S",& 4!u
Jm. 19- 3t 23 ?i
JNlZl'-'iim " Sj
hc only way tQ be
gitis: buy Schillings
4- SILVER. '
4- Now York &S!6c
-f- San Francisco &$Hc -f
-f- London 20 13-lGd -f
4- New York exchange f 1.203-1. 15 4-
4- COPPER. 4
4- Now York exchange... ?13.12'ffl3.2o 4-
Tol St L & W 300 C0V6 30 20
preferred 400 49 49U 49
Union Pac 127.KO 111 110 111
preferred 1 .10-3 05 &5 94
Wabash 1.400 21?'t 21 21
preferred I,;:t0 43 42 42i
W & L Erlo 1S
Wisconsin Cent .... 2,000 23 21 23
preferred GOO 40 45 45
Mexican Cent IS, 100 1S 17 18
South Pac pfd l.COO 11G 115 115
United Stales 200 11G 115 115
Wells Fargo 235
Amalg Copper G9.700 V? 65 G7
Amor Car & F .... 1,100 25 25 25
preferred 200 84 SJ &1
Amer Cot Oil 200 36 30Vi 3G
preferrctl .... 7S
Amer Ico X0 S 8 7
preferred 1,100 37 35 34
Amer Lin Oil 14
Amer Loco 3.G00 27 26 27
preferred 500 17 97 97
Am S & Ref 10,900 72 70 71
preferred E00 112 111 112
Am Sugar Ref ....102.300 142 137 142
Anaconda M Co .... 400 99 97 99
Brook Ti Tran 10,200 CG G5
Colo F lt Iron 14.700 42 41 41
Con Gas G.200 21G 214 21G
Corn Products 400 17 10 17
preferred 200 75 71 75
DlsUllers' Securs .. 8.100 31 , 32 31
Gen EIcc 1,100 17G 171 17G
Interna Paper 1,100 17 11 17
preferred 1 76
Interna Pump 37
Nat Lead 5.000 21 23 21
North Amer GOO 95 91 91
Pac Mall 2.200 59 .19 SO
People's Gas 10.1M 109 107 103
P Steel Car 8,40) 32 30 31
preferred 300 S0 SO Sl
Pullman Pal Car 225
Rep Steel 400 11 11 11
preferred 100 G2 52 53
Rubber Goods 22
preferred 100 85 85 84
Tenn C & Iron .... 7.200 C7 55 f.7
U S Leather -1.BO0 12 11 12
preferred 900 90 90 90
U S Realty 2fO 02 Gl G2
U S Rubber GOO 2S 27 27
preferred 4 CO S3 S3 S3
U S Steel 20.100 20 20 20
preferred 10.300 Sl 79 Sl
Westlnghousc Elec. 3,100 170 l&S 170
Western Union S00 91 90 90
Total Bales for tho day. 1.403,200 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. Bar silver, 5Sc.
Mexican dollars, 4Gc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23 Silver bars,
Mexican dollars, 46IGc.
Drafts, sight. 7c; telegraph, 10c.
Money rind Exchange.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. Close: Money on
call steady, 22 per cent, lowest 2; rul
ing rate, 2; last loan, 2; closing bid, 2;
offcrod at 2 per cent. Time loans easy
and dull; sixty days, 3 per cent; nlnoty
days and six months. 3'Q3 per cent
Prime mercantile paper, 45r5 per cent.
Sterling exchange firm with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at 5I.SG.751J4.SG.S0 for
demand and ut l.S3.93fi4.S4 for sixty-day
bills: posted rates. .S4ff4.S5 and $1.S7
4.87; commercial bills. S4.S3.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. Tho following
table, compiled by Brad3trect, shows tho
bank clearings at tho principal cities for
tho week ended October 27, with tho per
centage of Increase and decrease as com
pared with tho corresponding week last
New York $1,830,073,051 71.1 ....
Chicago 17G.G97.54S 2
Boston 137,724.473 17. G ...
Philadelphia 12G,37G.339 15.9 ....
St. Louis 58.7SG.22G 21.1 ....
Pittsburg 43,590.011 1
San Francisco 50.750.S52 2.G ....
Baltimore 23.12S.2SG 10.3 ....
Kansas City 24.003,853 8.9
Cincinnati 20.4t"),5s0 1.1 ....
Omaha 7.760.S74 .... 2.1
Los Angeles 0,2SS,S71 15.2- ....
St. Joseph 1 .. 4.750,057 15.1 ....
Denver 5.216.G27 12 9 ....
Seattle 5.259,175 13.4 ....
Portland. Or 4.323.G9S 1S.9 ....
SALT LAKE CITY.. 3,070.730 2.2 ....
Spokane, Wash 2.S59.211 11. G ....
Tacoma 2.SS3.211 23.7 ....
Helena GI5.915 .9
Totals U. S. $2,779,052,004 41.2 ....
Outside N. Y........ S92.405,3S3 7.9 ....
Totals Canada $5S.2S5.GIS 10.9 ....
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. Dun'n weekly
review of trado tomorrow will say: "Mild
weather early In the week checked the
distribution of seasonable goods, but had
a permanont value in facilitating the har
vesting of cotton and late grain. Sub
sequently the temperature fell, restoring
retail trade In wearing apparel, fuel and
similar products to greater activity than
was experienced a year ago.
' Building operatlone are active,
strengthening the markets for lumber and
materials. Manufacturing plants are ma
king steady gains, particularly In lead
ing Industries, nnd it Is slgnitlcnnt thnt
reluctance to do business has shifted from
buyers to sellers, eliminating largely the
?onc;slons In prices that prevented sta
bility Labor Is unusually well employed.
Judging by tho official compilation of tho
"Railway freight blockados cause some
complaint, which Is remarkable In view
of tho restricted grain movements, nnd
arnlngs in the thrco weeks of October
were 9.2 per cent larger than In 1903.
"Foreign commerce at this port for tho
:ast week exceeded tho same period a
vear ugo by il.5S9.779 In vnluo of exports
md 51.011,801 In imports.
"Demand for domestic hides In West
ern markets continues suftlclont to ab
sorb all offerings, fully maintaining quo
tations and In some Instances causing ad
vancea. After a long period of dullness
there has occurred a general advance of
small fraction In foreign dry hides.
"Failuroa thl week numbered 233 In
tho United States, against 253 hist year.
nd 28 In Canada, compared with 13 u
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Oct, 2S. The London tin
market was rather irregular, but closed
firm, -with spot at 132 7s Gd and futures at
131 2s Cd. Locally, the market was nulet,
with quotations ranging from $2S.7u to
Copper was firm: lake, $13.50313.62; elec
trolytic, $13.37?(13.50; casting, 513.1
13.25. In London the market was firm and
higher, closing at fGl 12s Cd for spot and
at 62 for futures. T
Lead was unchanged at 12 4s Gd In Lon
don. Locally, tho market showed mthor
an advancing tendency, with spot held a
tho way from $4.2031.15 for large and small
Spelter was a shade higher in London,
closing nt 23 12s Cd, and It ruled llrm In
New York. whf?rc spot Is Jn.35u.40.
Iron closed nt 50s 7d in Glasgow and at
G4s l"-d In the Mlddlesboro market. Local
ly, 'the market was unchanged and
Htoadv: No. 1 foundry. Northern, Slu.0Off
13.50; No. 2 foundry. Northern. No 1 fpun-.
do- Southern nnd No. 1 foundry faouthcrn
soft, SH.0015 00,
Fish Cleaned Out
on Local Market
Unusual Demand for All Varieties
Another Advance in Price of
Fish was almost entirely sold out on tho
local market yesterday, tho demand hav
ing been unusually large. Fresh supplies
aro expected In today, however, so that
no apprcclablo shortago Is anticipated.
Chickens aro plentiful and moro turkeys
aro coming In. A slight drop In poultry
is not unlikely, especially In tho ovent of
a storm to lncrcaso tho supply of ducks.
Wheat continues very .strong. Thcro
have been alight advances In the last few
days at tho northern sources of supply,
and another advance here. In both wheat
and flour, may bo mado almost any time.
Tho wheat crop of Cacho county Is virtu
ally sold out, and tho supplies for local
consumption aro being drawn from Idaho
Invoices of smoked salmon and cranber
ries wcro among yesterday's arrivals on
the local markot
Ilav, Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
bale," 30c; alfalfa, 59.5010.00. timothy, per
ton. baled. $13.00513 50; wheat, per bushel.
90cS$1.03; corn, per cwt.. $1.4081.45; corn,
cracked. 31.45JH CO; oats, $1.35; rolled oats,
$1 45rl 63; barlev. rolled, 51.35; Hour, bak
ers' No. 1. 52 30; Hour, straight grade.
52.40ff'2.60; flour, high patent, $2.GOgr2 70;
rve, 52.G0: graham Hour, 52 502.70; corn
meal, 51.701.80; bran, 5100; bran and
shorts. 51.10- ,
Meats. Dressed beef, pound. 4y-oc;
dressed veal, per pound, 9c; dressed
lambs, per pound, Gc; dressed mutton, per
pound. 51?6c; dressed hogs, Sc; live. 5c;
codfish, C to 9c; mincemeat, S$I0c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, lie; broilers,
per pound. lGc
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case. 54oO;
Utah white grapes, case. 51.25; California
grapes, 5L75; Utah apples, bushel, 51.00,
Santa Paula lemons, box. 54.00; peacnes,
box, EOffTCc: plums, box: 60c; bananas, per
bunch. 2.50. Utah pears, box. 51.25; cran
berries. 57.50 barrel; dates, per pound,
10c; pineapples, per dozen, 52.50; Gorman
prunes. 51.00 per bushel; pomegranates,
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, 5G.40; cane
Vegetables. California head lettuce, 50c
per dozen; oyster plant. 45c a dozen; new
celery, dozen, 50c; parsnips, per cwt., 51. 25;
green peppers, per pound. 5c; Uruh sum
mer squash, per dozen, 20c; yellow onions,
per hundred, 51. 25; vegetable marrow, pur
dozen. 60c; red cabbage, per pouna, 2c;
sweet potatoes, per cwt.. 52.25; Utah cab
bage, per 100. 51.25; potatoes, per cwt.. 90c,
turnips, beets and carroty, per ICO, 51.00;
green onions, per dozen, 20c; pumpkins,
dozen, 51.25; Utah egg plant. 6c; Utah let
tuce. 20c. cauliflower, pound, Gc.
Dairy Products Butter, por pound, 2ac;
cheese, per pound. 12c; eggs, per case,
57 00:57 50; comb honey, por crate, 52.75;
Bweltzer clrecse. per pound, ISc; llmburger
cheese, per pound. lCc: cream brick
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
dozen, 512 00.
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 30c; wil
mon, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; halibut, 2c;
striped bass, per pound. 15c; soles, per
pound. 9c; flounders, per pound. 9c. Cali
fornia smelts, por pound, 12c: catfish, per
pound, 12c; perch, per pound, 10c; lob
sters, per pound, 15c; oyters. New York
count3, J1.G0 per 100; selects, $2 23 per gal
lon; barracuda, per pound. 12c; eea bass,
per pound. 12c; bloaters, per 100, 53.50.
Meals. Prime rib. 17c; porterhouse. 18
!&20c; pork, 17c; mutton chops, 103'15c;
legs, 12c, lamb. 12&15c per pound, veal,
12fi20c. veal loaf. 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 15c; broilers, 20
30c; turkeys, 27(y30c; ducks, 20c; roast
springs, 20c; teal ducks, 30c pair; mallards,
Fruits. Utah apples, per peck, 30i40c;
lemons, per dozen. 25c; oranges, per doz
en, 40?G0c; bananas, per dozen, 30c; pears,
5c per pound; plums, 5c; grapes (black),
per basket, GOGc; grapes (white), BOftCOc;
Tokav grapes. GOc; pomegranates, 15c per
pound; pineapples. 30 and 40c each.
Vegetables New celery. 5c a stalk;
oyster plant, Gc a bunch; Utah egg plnnt,
5u per pound; parsnips, 20c peck; Utah
peppers, three pounds for 25c; red cab
bage. 5c pound; fweet potatoes, pound
3c; cauliflower, 10c a pound, potatoes,
peek, 20c; cabbage, per pound, 3c; tur
nips, 20e peck; green onions. 2c; car
rots, 20c peck; beets, 20c peck; lettuce,
5c: purr.pklus, 15c; Hubbard squash, 10c.
Dalrv Products. Butter, per pound, 30c;
cheese 15c, eggs, per dozen. 231(30c; fancy
cheese, per pound. 25o; comb honey, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, per pound. 15c;
Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c; llmburger
cheese, per pound. COc; cream brick
cheese, 25c- Edam cheese, each, 51.25.
Fresh Fish. Black bass. 35c; salmon,
17c; mountain trout. 40c; halibut, 15c;
striped bass, 20c. Mackinaw trout, 20c;
codfish, 15c; perch. 12c; sturgeon, 15c;
white fish, 20c: mountain herring, 15o;
soloct oystcra. GOc a quart; barracudn, per
pound, 15c; sea bass, per pound, 15c.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2S Dispersal of Euro
pean war clouds resulted In liberal liquida
tion of wheat today. In -Consequence,
prices showed a material decline, Decem
ber being off c at the close. May was
down c. From beginning to end a weak
undertone pervaded tho wheat market, tho
courso of prices being Influenced by the
reassuring news regarding tho final out
come of tho Russian Baltic fleet Incident.
A sharp decline in prices of wheat at
Liverpool emphasized the bearish feeling.
The weakness In foreign grain markets
was reflected here at tho opening, the De
cember option showing a loss of fic to
jlc. at 51.13'5'U3. May was down c
lo e, at 51.12 to 51-12. After touching
SI 13, December gradually declined to
51.13. there being heavy liquidation of nu
merous small holders. Shortly after tho
opening May sold at 5112. The price
then steadily declined until 51.12 was
Tho fact that Northwestern stocks will
show an Increase of about 2,000,009 bushels
for the week lent color to a report that
Minneapolis millers wero soiling May
wheat on all ralllcB. A report by a St.
Louis trado Journal also gave considerable
encouragement to tho bears, tho claim be
ing mado that weather conditions In the
Southwest generally are favorable to the
growing crop. Some recovery was made
lpto In" the dav on covering by shorts.
There was also some buying for Invest
ment account on a report from Argentine
stating that raln.i wero needed In some
colonies in order to raise half a crop. The
market closed easy with December at
51.13. Final quotations on May wore at
clearances of flour were 1G.I0O barrels.
Primary receipts wero 1.2S9.C00 bushels,
compared with 1.207.400 bushels a year ago.
Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 839 cars, against 315 cars last
week and 02 cars tho corresponding week
n iear ago.
Weakness of wheat had a depressing In
fluence on the corn market. December
opened c to c lower, at 49c to COc,
sold off to 4SWSc and closod at 49c.
Locally, rccelptb were 72 cars, with 5 of
Tho dominating Influence on tho oata
markot was tho weakness of corn, result-
Keeps You Company
Soap works while you work.
Fels-Naptha does half your washing-
while you rest.
Ing from pcraistent realizing. December
opened c lower, at 29c, sold off to 28c
and closed at 29c Local receipts wore
Provisions wero easier as a result of
local selling, duo to heavy receipts of hogs
and to tho weakness of grains. At the
closo January pork was off a shade at
512.42. Lard wa3 down 12c, at $7.03.
Ribs wcro 5c lower, at 5G.43.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2
December 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13
May 1.12 1.12 l.U 1 1
July 93 9S 97 97
Corn No. 2
December 50 DO 48 49
May 4G 4G 45 45
Oats No. 2
December 20 29 23 23
May 31 31 31 31
October 10. S3 10,90 10. S3 10.90
January 12.37 12.57 12.37 12.42
May 12.50 12.55 12.45 12.47
October .... 7.03
January 7.10 7.12 7.02 7.03
May 7.17 7.20 7.15 7.15
October 7.15 7.15 7.15 7.15
January G.47 G.50 0.45 G.45
May G.G0 C.C2 6.57 6.01
Cash quotations wcro as follows: Flour,
easier; No. 2 spring wheat, 51-17; No. 3.
51.03gi.15; No. 2 red. 18.104.22.168: No. 2
corn, 55c; No. 2 yellow, 07557c; No. 2
Oats. 30c; No. 2 white, 31Lf31c; No. 3
white, 29ft31c; No. 2 rye, 79c; good
feeding barley, 37c; fair to choice malt
Ing. 42$?52c; No. 1 llajc seed, 51.10; No. 1
Northwestern. 51.10; primo timothy
seed, 5200; mess pork, per barrel, 510 90t
11.00; lard, per 100 pounds, 57.02ft7.0.;
short ribs sides (loose), $7.12ff7.25. short
clear sides (boxed), $7.37fa7.60; whlskv,
basis of high wines, $1.24; clover, contract
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles Rccts. Shlp'ts
Flour, barrels 21,700 10,200
Wheal, bushels- 137,000 47.500
Corn, bushels 99.000 297.000
Oats, bushels 139,200 100.300
Rye. bushels 7,000 10.030
Barley, bushels 09,900 1G.300
On the produce exchango today tho but
ter market was firm; creameries. 15Q21c;
dairies, 13S18c; eggs. firm. 164in&:;
firsts, lSc; primo firsts, 21c; extras,
23c; cheese, easy, 10510c.
RETAIL TRADE BETTER.
Cooler Weather Hns Had Stimulating
Effect on Business.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. Bradstrecfs to
morrow will say: "Cooler weather has
helped retail trade at tho West and South
This is reflected In some re-order business
from jobbers and wholesalers, while
steady and better than last year at the
date, s not entirely up to expectations.
This Is possibly due, in a measure, lo thc
closo pioxlmlty of election, which Is cred
ited In a few reports with holding back
somo business. Leading Industries give
qulto satisfactory reports, lron( In Its
cruder forms, lending, with active demand
at advancing prices. Collections, as a
whole, are classed as good, being relaUve
y best at the South.
"Railroad earnings for tho first half of
October will run over G per cent ahead of
those In 1903. Thcro still appear unmis
takable nlgns that caution nnd conserva
tism have not lost their value as yet, and
that these qualities sUll weigh the tend
ency toward optimism noted In recently
preceding weeks. Features In this week'a
dispatches are the good reports from lead
ing Western centers as to retail trade.
Settled cold weather Is noted at tho East
to stimulate fall distribution at retail.
"Raw wool Is less active at tho East, but
firmly held for what supplies are avail
able. Lumber is fairly actlvo at all West
ern points; there Is more building of all
kinds contemplated, and white plric dis
plays moro strength. It is also improving
at leading Southern markets, but shows
no special stimulus at leading Eastern
"Business failures In tho United States
for the week ending October 27 number
180, against 220 last week. 217 in the like
week a year ago, 19-1 In 1002, 172 In 1901 and
1C5 In 1900. In Canada failures for the
week number 22, as against 39 last week
and 25 In this week a year ago.
"Wheat (including flour) exports for tho
week ending October 27 aggregate 1.479.G13
bushels, against 1.C-0G.4G2 Inst week. 1.091.
S73 this week lust year, 5.997.G20 in 1902, and
G.C72.SSS in 1S01. From July 1 to date the
exports aggregate 22.4nl.9Gl bushels,
against 53.901.017 last year, C9.S2I.037 In 1902,
and 102.203.SI7 in 1901."
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 2S. Wheat
stcndler; December. 5145; May. 5147.
Barley steadier; December, 51.0S.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 2S. Wool, steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing, 20
(?72Cc; light fine. 17(ftl8c, heavy fine, lGft
17c; tub washed. 22j3Cc
Now York Sugar Markot.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. Sugar Raw
steady; fair refining. 3c; Centrifugal .9ti
test, 4c; molasses sugar. 3c.
Ttciinod sugar No. C, 5I-G3; No. 7, SI.G0;
No. S, 51.50; No. 2. 31.13; No. 14. 51.20; con
fectioners A.. 54.90; mould A.. 5140; cut
loaf, 51.75; crushed. 55.75; powdered, 53.15;
granulated, 53.05; cubes, 55.30.
Butter nnd Eggs.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. Butter, firm; re
ceipts, 2700; crenmory hold extras, 20ft21c.
Cheese, quiet, unchanged; receipts, 3D93.
Eggs, quiet, unchanged; receipts, 4757.
CHICAGO, Oct 2S.-Catlle Receipts.
C5S0; Westerns, 1000; market slow, steady
to 10c lower; prime steers, 53.SOtjG.75; poor
to medium, $-I.Q0g5.GQ; stockers and feed
ers, 52.O0ft l.20; cows, 51 GOfiM 30: heifers, 52.00
5.C0; caiincra. 51.50fl2.Q0; bulls, 52.COS4.15,
calves, 53.5OU7.C0; Texas fed steers, 53.00tf
G.50; Western steers. 53.CO7i5.00.
Hogs Receipts. 18.C00; markot 5T10c low
er, closed strong; mixed and butchers'
54.9OS5.20; good to cholco heavy, 5 101(6.25;
rough heavy. 54.005G.CO; light, 51.75fo5.10;
bulk of sales, $4 5035.15.
Sheep Receipts, 50CC; sheep, strong;
lambs. sleaJy; good to choice wethers,
S-l.0OQ4.75; fair to cholco mixed. 53.504.25.
Western sheep. 53 IOI4. 40; native lambs,
5l.25fiC.C0; lambs. $4.255.40.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 28. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1700; market steady to easier; na
tive steers. 51.2505.40; cows and heifers.
r2.0Ofj'3.75; Western steers, 53.COtM.GO; Tex
as steers, 52.76ft3,76; cows and heifers, 52.23
5(3.23; canners, 51.50g2.I0; stockers and
feeders, 52.25fo3.S3; calves, S3.0OS3.50; bulls,
stags, etc . 51.75f(1.25. Hogs Receipts,
6000; market 5il0c lower; heavy. 5l.S5fio.00;
mixed. 5I.90S'4.93; Hunt, 5 l.tfi!ff5.C0; pigs,
5l.5Of4.S0; bulk of sales, 54.9ivifl.95. Sheep
Receipts, GOOO; markot ftoady to strong;
Western yearlings. S3.90fo4.25; wothers.
5C.75'0 15; owe3, 53.CO113.J0; common and
stockcra, 5iCOgi.OO; lambs, 5-l.75fo5.G0.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 2S.-Cattle
Receipts. GOOO; market steady: native
steers. 54.004jG.20; native cows and heifers,
$1.50fol.G0; stockers and lecders. 52.2u'ifl.25;
bulls. 51.7563.25, calves, ?2.75t(6.00; West
ern steers, J3.00tn.50; western cows, 51-GC
3.25. Hogs Receipts. 3i'O0; market 2c
lower: bulk of sales. So.lOfr5.lo: heavy, 55.15
ffi6.27; packers, ?5.00fr0.20; pigs and lights,
5l.70J75.0j. Sheep Receipts. 2000; market
steady; muttons, 53.301.10: lambs, 54.25iJ
o.CO; range wethors. 53.25N.5; ewes, 52.10
fi3M; Utah wethers, ninety-seven pounds,
Correct QotAesforMen, S
rffin mi 11 i i.i.iniii irmnr-rrwr n 1 1 1 rja
How I should be shocked, if you
came into my room, for the first
time, with your clothes a
hanging upon you, like those in
Monmouth-streeL upon tenter- g
8 hooks 1 9
I Lord Chesterfield to his soru
Your clothes will fit
you perfectly if they
Ipear this label I
MiJ&d penjaminr(o j
MAKERS & MEW yRK j
j Equal to fine custom-made j I
II in all but price. 1 The makers' 1
I guarantee, and ours, with j8
h every garment. We are H
! Exclusive Agents in this city. j a
f 54 Mam Street j
I DOCTOIt I
9 It Is your privilege to take your
S prescriptions to the druggist you I
mav prefer. We believe that we f
i give as perfect prescription ser-
ft vice as can be had. If ou desire S
i tho doctor's opinion, ask him about
j Dayton Drag Co.
fl Cor. Second South and Stato St. !
'A Tol. 552.
El Consult our nurses directory. J
HAPPY 7VI AN.
To mon who
t suffer from
n e r v o u s
m a t Ism,
s t o m a c h
will give tho
uso of my
S a n d o n
13 1 e c t r 1 c
nnd not a
penny in nd-
vance or on
Price when cured as low as 54 In most
cases. If it fails to euro you don t paj
mo anything whatever. Beware of Im
tations. Tho genuine Dr. Sanden Bell
can only bo had at my establishment as
below. Standard for 40 years. Call todaj
and take a belt along or write for one anc
my two books sealed free.
DR. T. N. SANDEN,
097 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal
1 IT LOOKS
1 GOOD j
k To view n performance at the j
k theater through a pair of
V- good opera glasses. Our fall !?
B importation has been re-
j; ceived. Beautiful goods. f!
a Very reasonable. ?
t& J& I
U If you haven't discovered tho
! delicious richness of ftj
Peery Bros. 1
M There 9 a pleasure In store for you. fa
a Wheat Flakes contain' tho largest Ej
A percentage of food value at mini- N
VJ mum cost.
j Nearly twice the weight of other 1
O package cereals. 3
X 239 MAIN STREET
2 Has Opened.
Open day and night. Tel. Ml-Y
X Tray Orders Solicited.
tf'y r SENT ON TRIAL
rz YT-I PAY ONLY If PLEASED
Iri Thousands in use, not ouo fall
iWZri mc DO' on0 n5tQrted.
JlrmCj'f tL- 5nl' for ,rou particulars.
vS !S Standard Appliance Co.
6s7 Now tScluow liulidijitr- Kuusus City, flc.
! Aroma Coffee j
j 2 lbs. for 35c. l
I Regular Price 25c lb. j
All 65c Teas 45c Today Only j' l
We offer these specials to induce you to try our Teas and i'
I Coffees and to prove that it pays to trade at our store. L
i We would be pleased to call for 3rour orders. 'i I If jfi
j Cook Tea & Coffee Co,, M
i m Bo Third South. f fl
I ' Bell Tel., 974-Y. Ind. Tel., 1M1X I
TWO DAYS' '
Kitchen Nickel :
j i Good goods. Good bar-
i gains. Today and Tuesday
I only. :
i 1 s ' ' '. r "L'fr -' it .''.' ' I1 1 "- - - ;
: Hardware Co.
"The Popular Hardware Store."
'Phone 1C37-K , t
27-29 W. Third South Street. t
r-v:r...iw.i ',v'.i'rt-.i,s,-r',- WmrTT..
1 Del.05S8 Dandruff Cure J
and Hair Grower
T Keeps the scalp clean and pro- f I
motes a luxurious growth of .j. j
hair, 75c the bottle.
; WILLIE Papa, what's an
X octopus? X
' 4- PAPA Don't talk about your
mother's mother when she is
i X "Pisiting us.
T v7ecomo, Step in, All Cars
: Godk-Piits Drog
I ' Store i
Both 'Phones, No. 140.
MEN! GET IT NOW.
Send today for a book v.hlch will lnaplro
any man to bo strong and vigorous a
book you will llku to read. It lells now
to cure weak men, and gives Illustrations
of tho effect of my bolt upon weak, nerve
less men. 1 send tho book, acalcd, iree, If
you lncloso this ad.
DR. M. T. M'LAOGHLiIN.
sral 16th St.. leaver. Colo.
J Nelden-Judson Dra?Co I
j WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. j
j CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
j POSTOFPICE BOX 370.
I Edw. C. Smith, President. 5
I John P. Cobb, Vice-President and
3 Manager. V
ifl p Jj. Pearl. Secrotarj. i
j h A Knowles, Treasurer. g
Ssoffs Sanlal-Fepsin GapsulSb
fjSIP, fl POSiTiVE CURE
tsfc VS Forlnflr.tnraotlon orCatarrhof
Ins" VI tho Ul.idUortnU DlecssJ Kid
JF? Vnovo. MO CUrtS HO iAT. Cure
kjc:jj UJqulckly nnd rnn.nvntly tho
lwort canes ot Gonorraon
Sirp I nnd Gleci, do matter ot how
v, u'(?5S?Sv r lonu ntondinR. AbeolutolT
t' V&-W hnralcw. Sold by druRffUtf.
Prlco 31.(0, or b7 mall, rout-
mTHE SAHTAL-PEPSIB CO.
F. J. HTTjL, DRUG CO,. Salt L,.iko City.
Utah's Best FSour
A Trial Order Solicited.
I YOGELEi SEED & PRODUCE CO. I
f J. W. CURRIE, I
I; ASSAYBR, H
70 "V- 3rd South. Salt Lake City.
The State Bank of Utah lM
Corner iloin and South Temple Sts., L
Salt Lake City. I
JOSETIi F. SMITH. President. !
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlce-Prealdent. V
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cannier. , ,1
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Canhlor. f l( 1
GENERAL BANIQNG BUSINESS. ,' $ IH
Accounts Solicited, Special attention ta j
country trade. Correspondence lnvi- ' n
J. E. CosgrlfT, Prca. E. "W. "vVllson. Cashier 1 , I
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH j
J. J. Dali'. W. P. Noble, VIcc-Preoldenta. '' 1
A. H. Pcabody, Ass't Cashier. j
WELLS, FAB60 & CO. BANK ' fl
Salt Lake City. Utah. , . '
I Established 1E52.
Tho Oldest and Ctroncest Banfe la Utah. ,
!:::::::::rEEE:::....sww M H
Undivided xngfZZ 3
Transact'u general banklnc business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with txutiu) la ul .
principal cities of the world. I
Drafts, I m an .
Letters of Credit, prominent ,
Telepraphlo Tiansfcre. I cities, jH
Doposlto received subiect to choclc. j
K. L. MEoL.TOh. OHahir. ;
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashlor.
ESTABLISHED lSdl. 150 OFPICEa J
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO., fl
The Mercantile Agency. 1 H
I GEORGE RUST. General Manager. 1
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. ,
OClco In Progress taldg.. Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. J200.COO.COt jH
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. )
Established 15. Inoororatci CC3.
Transact a General Bantona rruretMJ.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. ,
T-vESEBET NATIONAL BAK3j fl
UNSEED STATES DEPOSITAJ3T. ,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, 9850,000 ,
L S. HILLS. MOSES THATCHERy fl
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS,
Cashlor. Aflat. Cashier. 1
Safe dopoalt doxob for ront. ,
NATIONAL BANK OF ' I
THE REPUBLIC !-
U. S DEPOSITARY. fl
FRANIC KNOX 3reolden: 1
JAMES A. MURRjVY Anoe-Prosldent
W. F. ADAMS... Caahic 1
CAPITAL PAID IN. $300,000. ,
Banking In all lis branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on the principal (Utlen
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS;
ITcCORNios: cc CO fl
gait Lake City, VtaM. 'fl
SSTASLISgED 1 87ft
I lluillK Cures in I H
I WnmWM urinary i
i Beu-artofcountarfetyi 5 IH
Lrife.yja YOUNG. MIDDLE-
WW - AGED AND ELDER-
S V I & :- LY. If you aro soCTally
Hi I ; I?! , r weak, no matter from
,1 ' ft 3 what cause: undevel- . 0
Ri' p oped, have stricture. , jH
V2kszaisJ.i varicocele, eta. MY IH
PERFECT APPLIANCE will cure you.
No drugs or olectrlclty: 750.000 cured and ,
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
frco booklot Sent scaled. Guaranteed. " 1
Wrlto today. R. C. Emm:, S9& Taflf
block, Deavar, Colo, , s
K i Sj dl.cbarK,intlftnlmf.t on.. .
fty Oo,ti Va IrrlUtiou. or ul";0" 1
liS rrirnt. cooUtit. I'alnlM. nnd no. a.trin
I VfSllniEEVJSMCHEMtCnCo. cent or poUooons.
JSikT -&Xn 7 oxproM. prepaid., for
S?Viv U ClftiUr "Tit ?n roqnetrt.
' T TNION ASSAY OFFICE, jH
W M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple. ,
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytical
work u opeclalti:. Send lor pjico 1UU j 'H