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TOhlkjanker the Merchants and the 'Brokers!")
p art&cta je
fiKer Signal for Subsidence of In-
TBtUt d Drop in PrIces"
V nnk- Dec 10-Thc stock mar
MY T0 ;ni,ay rut today. Beyond
m0lZrX .Utile to chronicle There
KH roven' I" the early dealing.
Sine which was In force when
J cScd on Saturday, but fresh
on the part of Amalgamated
V the signal for a subsidence of
glS a elnktas of Prices as on Sot-
IKsT- nt In Amalgamated Copper
K0i'rfbut the quick response of
fihe market to its slight demon
MrtolHj K testimony to the state of
WKlch "n clement Is held by
a,'nMils stock actions. The ad
Msth interrupted by the In
TW 'SnJtnce of tbc break in Amal
jMiillnS not resumed with
IBatti cPpnidcnce afterward, al-
t2.0SSr stock itself steadied
iKeS! without further dls-
Sl most conspicuously by
rferiates Steel stocks, and many
IBfeteJ SWca s i jn crclat0
I fcrrtWua condition of affairs of
'iiion at present. Among' theso
I BS" lion that It had been dcter
MPifSSie tno prices for steel plates,
m& SSSctiral material, the amount
Wrance being alone uncertain
railroad traffic were unlform
rW'Slt and the day's returns of
, ES of railroads for the second
IRS Teember showed good uniform
?K throughout the country. The
4-jar. 0f (he movement of corn to
"Kwt"5 especially notable and helpful
I Kffllds in the corn territory.
LKut: tatcment of Saturday was re
TKuiis chlng assurance of exemption
rcency over the year end. but
Mfeervallvo tone developed In the
flBiTriv bo traced to money market
K2ntlein. It Is felt that the present
vHctl of Quiet In the money market
5. ( -tt bn secured by the withdrawal
WSboMbipiiIs t slock market
J Bins effected by the recent shaking
l:K hoIdlnRS. The time is not
tKu'tal propitious for Immediate tying
VHbaJOurccs again. The yearly re-LmT-'ts
remain to be met, and the cur
iBd'rotfls still outward.
iB tzs strong for exchange for
'baiir's steamship, that being the
j MT."- nvMi.ibio to meet obligations In
(k isfore January 1. It Is not for
1 ""K, over. that the withdrawal of
Bj,p) ol Government deposits is to bo
B"V7 'isnuary 15. Prices .slipped back
fc; It day to about where they left
"?W2 Saturday, and the closing was
?Ke'jal of a lCO-sharc lot of Chicago,
'virion k Qulncy at the record price
JEfvuan incident of the day in con
5c irith reports of an extra dividend
"rfjia. This stock has only ap
t.Krfcatke tape at long intervals and
'.uli of small ordered lots since the
tHi prcbiee by Northern Paclilc and
I Ur.if vcre firm Total sales, par value,
ii BtSd States bonds were unchanged on
BIB SEW YORK BO.VD LIST.
'.'lr3 rtR ",Nl L. & N u 4s
iKfl ... 1WH Man c k 4s
tl '(... 10PS Mmc Cen 4s Tlhi
I lfcn lOI'i 1st Inc 23
iKftbrrr... M & St L, 4r 07'.4
.Bfca - HI M. K & T 4s 100
i 0 f. 1C ;ml S5H
. Mex Nat c 4s Sl
3.Bi3ta4i....lTi N V C g 3s IOI14
.. . MS X J C s 5a 1M
fLb . .. lftJS Pac 4a 105
i'BOb. . 1(E 33 75
- W'i N : W c -Is 101
JMtlCUl. .111 OS It 4a & p. ...101
lBf" . 054 I'onn c -ilia 102
i KJOIUi. , i07ij Reading g 4s 102V-
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iBJ.4 P ' 50 Pao 43 93-4
Si So Ry 6s K-0
IBi k t X' T & P IbU 110
f B!l -10Ui T- St L & W is.... S2
1 BSJ1. Unlon Pq0 4s 103
aBiT"' 75 ronv s "OH
JKtn. W7 r s Sleel 2nd 6s.. Kit
BjV1 " WV WalMuh Ists 117
B-.r,,t-l07-i Wls Con 43 2Ti
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iBt cwsmo STOCK LIST.
I Sales. HIkIj. Low. Close
.... 5.S00 K &l 84 Vi
:.:-) 103 102 103
H.OOO 100 100 1M
sjoo iU iio" 130
'. ilw-j 4S 4S J4S
.. . 3,000 41 i2 43
-"" 7.0CO 22 22U 22
; 100 203
- - 12.&M 170 lf?v 1MT4
4,300 22 21 22
"8.9W S 2-U
3.M0 8 is" SS
2 3 2 37
5 71 744
W M W
- 1W 01 91 91
200 92 92 92
Ihirn'-Mo diii Ivl
141 U0 li04
... . u.&Ji) $0 tci; 79 '
2,700 123 121 12?
M.... 'j j3"
Vaw 103 103 103
31 30 20
-rf-r 4M 2 UK
f":- lioii lid- ,188
13.1W 79 78 78
iB " K
".200 79" 7g" Tgst
) w M
4.W Xi 3&i 2i
2.10) 2 34 3
'706 22V SSU
i u 18H is
. ' ,1 T4 44 .lif
PM"" ?'h5 "H 21 21i
nul ' S4 117 m '
- oii:. f-S? fi fe fe
Oil. 1,3:0 88U S
New York ci!4c -f
San Francisco l.,..Glo -f-
-r- New York Exchanco $4.OG4.70
-f- Now York Exchange . .Jli.715.00
An Iwomotlvo l.'.OO 33 33 33
preferrcB , 1(ru
Ainerlean' S & It C.000 S0 79 79
preferred yy) 113 1131 U3-
Am SiiRnr Iteflnlnjc .. 0.OX) 141 110 140v4
Anaconda Mining Co 100
Brooklyn U T 10.700 61 9 COM
Colo Fuel & Iron 9.W0 16;4 is' 4
Consolidated Gas ...... 2,200 202 201 201'i
Corn Products 1.CO0 21 21 "1
preferred 1,000 79 79 78
Plstlllors' Securities .. 100 37 37 37,
General Electric 200 1S0 186 1S3".
Inlcrnntlonnl Papor 25 24 "5"
preferred 200 77 77 77".
International Pump , 39"
preferred ;,. , 53
National Iead a) 23 23 23
North American 200 -101 101a; 100
Pacific Mall 400 44 43 41
Pcoplo'3 Gaa 2.700 107 1W 1M
Prewied Steel Car jjit
Pullman Palnco Car .. 23-1
Republic Stool 1,3(0 C 16 16
preferred 000 C-8 GS 67
Itubber Goods 400 27 2C 26
preferred .' 53L
Tenn Coal & Iron 9.400 72 ' 70 71
United States Loathcr. . 33.400 . 14 13 13
preferred 10,700 101 101 ' 101
United States Realty 4W SI 80 SO
United St:Ucs Rubber.. 900 32 32 32
preferred 7(0 93 93' 53
United Stntco Steel .... 73,400 30 29 29
preferred 70.100 93 92 92
TVeMinshouBO Electric 1.100 1S3 183 18.V0
"Western Union O0Q 91 93;i 53
Total sales for iho day. C07.SO0 Bbares,
New York Money.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Close:
Sloney on call steady. 2V2 per cent;
lowest. 2'. per cent; closing bid and of
fered 2?i per cent.
Time loans very easy: sixty days, ninety
days and six months, 3VG"3 per cent.
Prlmo mercantile paper. lrH per cent.
Sterling exchange firm with actual bus
iness In bankers bills at $I.S7.4fi'ol.S7.C0
for demand and at J4.S1.S(W.S4.00 for sixty-day
bills Posted rates. $4.S5A and Jl.&S
Commercial bills, 54.81.
Bar silver, Cdijc.
Mexican dollars, 4&Mc
Government bonds, steady; railroad
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19.-Sllvcr bars.
Mexican dollars, 61c.
London Stock Exchange.
LONDON Dec. 19. Tho stock exchnnRO
will bo closed December 21 and 20 and
CHICAGO. Dec. 19.-Cattlo Rccelpts,2i,
(KW. Steady to 10 cents hiKhcr. Good to
prime steers, $G.lCtff7.00; poor to medium.
w.TS.OO; stackers and feeders, $2.007?4.15;
cows, Sl.00ttl.20; heifers. $l.71M.75; enn
ncrs, Sl.Wff2.35; bulls, 2.0033.00; calves.
Hogs Receipts. 39,000; tomorrow. 35,000.
FIvo cents hichcr. Mixed and butchers,
5l.40ff-l.C5; good to choice heavy, 4.0)3
4.72; rough heavy, $I. I0?M 50; light, M.35
tP1.5XVs. bulk of sales. J4.55fiM.G3.
Sheep Receipts. 30,000. Sheep 10 cents
lower, lambs steady to weak; good to
choice wethers. il.fS.lD; fair to choice
mixed, SJ.CO'ZH. CO; Western sheep, $3.00?
5.00; native lambs, $S.00S7.00; Western
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 19. Cattle Re
ceipts, COCO; steady; natives. J5.00tj6.35; na
tive cows and heifers, $1.7EtfK5.00; Blockers
and feeders, $2.50fi l CO; bulls. 52.001.00;
calvc3, J2.00fj5.09; Western steers, J3.0M?
Hogs RecclpLs. CO'30; 5c higher; bulk of
sales. 5I.4O0-I.C5; heavy, f-l.COif4.70; packers,
J4.C0I?I.C5: pigs and lights. $4.00J7I.55.
Sheep Receipts, 4000; steady;" muttons
5l.00ft5.00; lambs, Jo.OOi'oC.CO ; rango weth
ers, $I.001j5.50; fed ewes. J3.O0ffi.E0.'
O; ibn Cattle.
SOUTH OMA x. Dec 19.-Cattle Re
ceipts, 30C0; mar -t, genorally steady; na
tive steers. J3.. 'ifi.10; cows and heifers.
J2.GOg3.75; Western steers, 53.00fj4.GO; Texas
steers. J2.75ft3.75; range cows and heifers.
$2.30"p3.20; canncrs, Jl.C0tf2.25; stockers jmd
feeders. J2.50f3.S3; calves, J3.0035.50; bulls,
stags, etc.. 51.75fi3.75.
Hogs Receipts. 3400; market, 5c higher;
heavy, Jl. 154.521!.; mixed. $4.474.50;
light. J4.50frt.55; pigs, J4.0034.10; bulk of
sales, 54.l7HfM 52.
Sheep Receipts, SHOO; market, steady to
easier; Westerns, J4 80fl50; wethers, Ji.GO
i5o.2b: owes. 5-l.OOff 1.75; common and stack
ers, 52.0004.50; Iambs. J5.253C.35.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Dec. 19.-Cattle Re
ceipts. 2X0; market active, steady, natives,
53.75fj5.50; cows and heifers, Jl.7534.2o;
stackers and feeders. J2.59fi3.90,
Hogs Receipts. 3100; market 5310c high,
er; light, JI.303I.CO; medium and heavy.
Sheep Receipts, SCO; market 10c lower.
Nevr York Sugar.
NEW YORK. Dec. 19. Sugar Raw,
firm; fair refining, 4$sc; centrifugal, 90
test, 4c; molasses sugar, 4c; refined,
llrm; crushed, 545.35; powdered, 55.73; gran
New York Butter.
NEW YORK. Dec. 19. Butter Steadier;
Western factory, common to choice, 13f?
17c; Western imitation creamery, common
to extra, 15Vfj20c
Eggs Weak; Western fancy selected, GO
31c; average best, 2S29c.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in tho gen
eral fund, exclusive of tho JICO.000,000 gold
reserve In the division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balances, J145.1S9,
314; gold. JSo,C0S,C97.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 19. Wool-Steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing, 233'
29c; light, line, l&322H;c; heavy, 11313c;
Ncrw York Metals.
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. Tho London tin
market was easier by about 10315s, with
spot nt 135 10s and futtitcs (Uotcd at 130
10s. Locally tho market was quloi and
a shade lower at J29.2-329.55,
.Copper wan firm abioad, with spot
quoted at C(5, and futures at 00 7a Gd.
Locally the market was without ma
terial chungo from the conditions recent
ly reported. Demand so far an can be
learned Is moderate Lake Is quoted at
SM.75S'lo.l2, electrolytic at Jli.75315.09,
and casting at J14.60ffl4.55.
Lead was unchanged at J4,CO3i.70 in tho
New York market, but was u little high
er at 12 17s Cd In London. , ,
Spelter ruled nllghtly easier In tho Lon
don market, closing at 21 17s Cd, while
locally the prices remain unchanged at
55.753 '.S7,,t. ' ,
Iron closed at 02 3d In Glosgow and 483
VAd In Mlddlcsboro. Locally, Iron was
.slightly higher. No. 1 foundry Northern,
No, 1 foundry Southern and No. 1 found
ry Southern soft aro quoted at 517.253)
17.75; No. 2 foundry Northern at JlC.GOfjp
ELGIN, HI., Dec. 19. Butter llrm and
unchanged at 2Ci4c Sales for the week
were 539,000 pounds.
Reach Local Market
First Carload Arrived Yesterday
Famine in Birds Averted Ranch
Salt Lakers who havo been worrying lest
thoro would not bo enough turkeys for
tho Christmas feast may put their minds
at rest, for a carlond was brought In yes
terday from Kansas and another will ar-.
rlvo In time to make jp any shortage that
may exist tho last of tho week. Tho prlco
quoted yesterday was 22 cents, wholesale,
but It Is posslblo that this may bo raised
before the closo of tho week. Twenty
flvo cents was tho retail price of turkeys
Tho first Utah ranch eggs received in
any quantity for some time also camo In
yesterday, from Sclplo, and wcro quickly
Picked up at JS.75 a case, wholesale. A
carload of Eastern cold storage cges was
added to the market, quoted at $7.50 a
Crabs, lobsters and fish of several vari
eties, which have been almost strangers
on the local market for a week past, ar
rived yesterday large shipments of them.
Timo for closing, however, found the fish
market almost depleted, so great Is the
demand Just now for fish, oysters and
Hay. Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
bale, 30c. alfalfa S10.O3; timothy, per ton,
baled. 513.50; wheat, per bushel. S0c3$1.10;
corn, per cwt., $13031.35; corn, cracked,
51 3531.40, oats. $1.40; rolled oats. $1.50fll.G5;
barley, rolled, $1.35; Hour, bakers No. 1,
52.30; Hour, straight grade, 52.4032.50;
fiour. high patent. 52.EOS2.70; rye, 52.nO;
graham Hour, 52.5032.70, cornmeal. $1,703
2.00: bran, 51.00; bran and shorts, $1.10.
Meats.Dressed beef, per pound. I'-stf
fio: dressed veal, per pound, 7c; dressed
lambs, per oour.d. 7c; dressed mutton, per
pound. 637c; dressed hogs. Cc; llve,$4.C0
cwt.; mincemeat. SVtOKiC.
Poultry. Dressed hen3, 12c; broilers, per
pound. 13c; turkeys. 22c.
Fruits. California grapes, 52.00; Utah
apples per bushel. S1.C0; Idaho npples,
51.25; Santa Paula lemons, per box, 55.00;
bananas, per bunch, $2.2533.09; cranber
ries. 59.50310.00 per barrel; dates, per
pound. S3ICc; oranges, $3.0033.50 box.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, 5G.40; cano
Vegetables. California hend lettuce, 45c
per dozen; oyster plant, 45c per dozen;
celery, dozen, 50c. parsnips, per cwt., $1.25;
grcn peppers, per pound. 5c; yellow
onions, per 100, $1.50; vegetable marrow,
per dozen, GOc; red cabbage, per pound,
21,tc; sweet potatoes, per cwt., 52.00; Utah
cabbage, per 100, $1.75; potatoes, per cwt.,
SOc; turnips, beets and carrots, per 100,
$1 00; green onions, per dozen. 20c; pump
kins, dozen, $1.25: Utah lettuce. 20c; caull
llower. per pound, 7c.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. 2Cc;
cheese, per pound, 12c; oggs, per case,
J7.506S.75; comb honey per crate, $2.75;
Sweltzer cheese, per pound, 16c; llmbur
JSjcr cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brick
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
Fish. Utah lake blnck bass, 30c: sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout. 30c; halibut.
12c; striped bass, per pound. ISc; soles, per
pound. I'c: flounders, per pound. 9c: Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; catfish, per
pound, 12c; perch, per pound, 10c; lob
sters, per pound. 15c: oysters. Now York
counts. 51. GO per 100: selects. $2.25 per gal
lon; Olymplna. 53.00 per gallon; barracuda,
per pound, 12c; Cromarty bloaters, per 100.
53.50; codfish. C39c; 3moked salmon. 10ff
Meats. Prlmo rib. HMc porterhouse, IS
320c; pork, 15c; mutton chops, 10315c;
legs. 1216c; lamb, 12Vi31Gc per pound, veal.
12320c; veal loaf. 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens. 15310c: broilers,
17318c; turkeys. 25c; ducks, lS320c; roast
springs. 20c; teal ducks, 30c per pair;
Fruits. Utah applcfl, per peck, 40340c;
lemons, per dozen, 25c: oranges, per dozen,
263C0c; bananas, per dozen. 20330c; pears,
three pounds for 25c: grapes (black), por
basket, 503C0e; pomegranates. 15c per
pound; pineapples. 20c and 40c each; grape
fruit, por doz.. 75 cents and up; straw
berries (California). 25c per box.
Vegetables. New celery, oc a bunch; oys
ter plant. 5c a bunch; parsnips. 20c n peck;
red cabbage, 5c a pound; sweet potatoes,
pound. Zr; cauliflower. 15c a pound, pota
toes, peck, 20c; cabbage, per pound. 3c;
turnips. 20c peck; green onions, 2-c; car
rots. 20c a neck: beets. 20c u peck; lettuce.
6c; pumpkins, 15c; Hubbard squnsh, 103)
15c; hothouse lettuce, 5c per bunch; spin
ach, four pounds for 25o; California
French artichokes. 10c each: Utah Brus
sels sprouts, 10c per pound; green peas,
two pounds for 25c; "California string
beans, 15c per pound.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. COo;
checso. 15c; eggs, per dozen, 30W35c; fancy
chec3c, per pound. 25c; comh 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.
Fluh. Black bass. 35c; salmon, 17'(4c:
mountain trout. 10c: halibut, 15c; striped
boss, 25c; Mackinaw trout, 20c: codfish,
IGc. perch, 12-c: sturgeon 15c: whltefish,
20c; mountain herring. 15r; lobster, 1716c:
select oysters. COc a quart; barracuda, per
CHICAGO, Dec. 19. Decreased receipts
In the Northwest formed tho principal
reason for a firm wheat market here to
day. At the closo May wheat Hhowed a
gain of 16 cent. Corn Is up Id cont. Oats
Is unchanged. Provisions aro up live
to ten cento.
The wheat market showed greatest
strength soon after tho opening. On a
good domand from commlsslon-houso
and locnl shorts sentiment at the start
was bullish. Initial quotations on May
wcro up to 16 cent at $1.10$rl II. The
main causo of the urgent demand was a
sharp falling off In receipts in tho North
west. Another factor that ontered into
tho situation, however, was a decreaso
in tho amount on nassago, together with
a decrease In world's shipments. A no
ticeable feature of tho statistics of the
world's movement was the smallncas of
shipments from Russia. Advices from
Minneapolis told of a irood demand for
cash wheat. With offerings light, prices
advanced still further until May sold up
to $1.1116. For a time tho market held
firm, the strength being apparently due
to a scarcity of offerings than to any
great demand Bullish reports concern
ing tho condition of tho wheat crop in
.Kansas helped to support prices. Lato
In tho day sentiment beenmo somewhat
easier on profit-taking and on selling
brought out by a considerable Increase In
tho visible supply Tho weekly report of
a Cincinnati trade Journal was also con
Htructcd na being slightly bearish. Ac
cording to this authority, tho snows and
rains of tho past week havo afforded tho
wheat crop partial rollof from the pre
vailing drouth. Whllo the ground Is still
dry. existing conditions on tho whole
were claimed to be qulto favorable. Af
ter a reaction to 51.Wi3d.l0T. the May
option closed at $1.11, a fairly firm under
tono being manifested at tho finish.
Clearances of wheat and flour wero
equal to 100,200 bushels. The amount on
passage decreased 2.840.000 bushels, whllo
tho visible supply Increased 1,471.000
bushels- Primary receipts wcro 1.033.COO
bushels, compared with l.G5S,00 bushels a
year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chi
cago reported receipt: of 7S1 cars, against
1182 carsvlast week and 907 cars a year
Considering tho enormous total re
ceipts, tho corn market had a fairly firm
tone tho greater part of tho day. May
opened unchanged to IS cont lower at
45C?451$c. sold up to ioftSSlic, and closed
at 45lc. Local receipts were 1025 cars,
fcur of contract grade.
A steady tone prevailed In tho oat
market. May opened unchanged to 14c
lower at 3llA&'Skc sold up to 3116c, and
closed at 311ii331?jc. Local receipts word
Provisions wcro firm throughout tho
cntlro session. j
At the closo May pork was up 10c at
$12.9216. Lard and ribs wero each 5c high
er at ?7.1216and 5G.77!63G.i:T respectively.
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
December 1.10 1 11 1.10 110
May l.ll 1.1114 1.10H 1.11
July 9S SST4 SSli M?l
Corn, No. 2
December 4511 6 5H 45T
May 43V?! 4516 -15 45V1
July 45?i 45i 45i 456
Oats, No. 2
December 23U 2011 W 1911
May 311; 3114 3Hi 31i
July 31 3114 3111 31!i
Mesa pork, per tmrrol
January 12. CO 12.6514 12.5714 12.57 v6
May 12.S5 12.93 12.85 12.90
Lord, per 100 pounds
January 6.85 6.S714 CM 6.S714
May 7.10 7.15 7.10 7.1214
Short ribs, per 100 pounds
January 6.4714 CM C4716 CM
May 6.75 G SO C.75 6. SO
Cash quotations wcro ns rollows: Flour,
cany; No. 2 sprlne wheat. $1.0801.15; No. 3,
5c3fl.l0; No. 2 red. 51.12V1.II16; No. 2 corn.
4G3lCUc; No 2 yellow. 43liMG!4c; No 2
oato. 'J0ic; No. 2 whlto. S0-iiCf3I4c; No. 3
white, :3Vi31c; No. 2 rye. 74c; Rood feeding
barley, 37333c; fair to choice malting, 4HP
$1.2416. prlmo timothy seed. $2.7214, ineso pork,
per bhl.. $11.3011.10; lard, por 100 lbs., C82',4:
short ribs sides (looao). JC25j6.M; short clear
sldea (boxed). $CC2iy6.75; whisky, basin of
hlch wines, $1.21; clovor, contract grade, $12 75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS. v
Flour, barrels 10,000 16.000
Wheat, bushels M.000 30,300
Corn, bushels 620.HW 212,203
Oats, bushels 101.900 S6.E00
Rye, bushels W.C-M 65.200
Darley, bushels 81,000. 15,000
On the produce uxchanRo today tho butler
market was steady, creameries, 16tfCCc; dairies,
16fi:2c Eggs easy; l?r23',4c; firsts, 314c;
prlmo flrsUj. 2S',ic; extras, 2714c. Cheeso
Pacific Coast Grain.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 19. "Wheat
Steady; May. 51.4 Wx.
Barley Steady; May, 51.09.
New York Stock Letter.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, G West Second South street, fur
nish tho following stock letter and gossip
received over their private wire:
NKW YORK. Dec. 19. Logan & Bryan
Stock Letter Market Is closing irregular
but with a good, llrm undertone and very
little change from Saturday's close; $1,
000,000 haa been taken for shipment to Eu
rope, and it Is rumored 51,000,000 gold coin
will be shipped this week to Buenos ,
Ayres. It has been a typical holiday mar
ket, with no significance in tho trade.
Wall street advices are uniformly bullish,
particularly on the steel and coal stocks.
Money, both time and call, continues
plentiful, Indicating very llttlo uneasiness
of tho new year. We continue to feel thu
underlying conditions arc strong and Im
proving, and believe thoy will, in the end,
prevail and bring ultimately higher prices
for stocks. In tho meantime, however, wo
look for an Irregular market. It would
be too much to expect a patient to sit up
so soon after the severe shock the market
New York T. A. Mclntyrc & Co. Stock
Letter Tho speculation in tho general
sleek market may now be said to havo
relapsed into holiday dullness Incidental
to this season of tho year. Wo believe
that any of tho better class of stocks
should be bought on any fresh bear drive,
especially when the market Is under an
attack, such as those witnessed last week.
If purchases, of any of tho good stocks
are Judiciously made on ,such occasions
and held for a reasonable length of time,
thoy will show fairly good prollts; but we
would only ad se purchases on the weak
spots at the present, with a view of sell
ing out promptly on any bulge for a scalp,
as we do not think we are going to havo
anything better than a scalpers market
the rest of the year.
New York Marshall. Spader & Co.
Stock Letter In a general way tho list
was well taken care of today. Wo bellovo
that with the opening of the new year
general confidence will bo demonstrated
in a most satisfactory way. Tho technical
situation of the market Is infinitely bet
ter ns a result of recent liquidation.
New York Dick Bros. Stock Letter
Tho market has been professional, nar
row and sluggish today, showing turns of
strength and weakness and closing with
unimportant changes. Early gains were,
ns a rule, lost again In the late trading
nnd most stocks closed heavy. The
United States Steel stocks again wero ag
grosslvcly bought, but they sold off at
the closing. Numerous specialties wcro
marked up. The railroad list was not very
active, Somo good buying was seen In
Pennsylvania, but the stock did not hold
Its gain. There was very llttlo news.
Money was unusually easy and sterling
continued strong. Tho total transactions
were smaller than for somo time.
NEW YORK. Walker Stock Letter-
Wo do not look for any great activity un
til after tho first of tho year. The market,
however, should hold llrmor and looks llkt
NEW YORK. Hutton Stock Letter
Professional operations characterized to
day's market practically during tho entire
session There was no pressure to sell
from any source, and probably tho
heaviest dealings In any one security was
centered In the ateels. Jt Is said that Mr.
Lnwson's article will appear in his maga
zine tomorrow on this corporation, nnd
plentv of mud slinging may be looked for.
However, these stocks were bought during
the entire session by bankers Identified
with these securities, and It is plausible
that any attack by the Boston operator
will be repulaed by tho continued heavy
buying of recent date and that all offer
ings will be taken freely by thoso willing
10 sell It Is hardly to bo expected that
any great activity will be witnessed In
tho market until after tho first of the
year, but we do look for a gradual
hardening of prices to this period nnd on
any recessions good securities are a buy.
' NEW YORK.- Summary American
stocks in London weak. i to below
parity. Leather financing plan oxpectcd
to meet with bitter opposition from large
holders of preferred.
United States Steel needs moro pig Iron
than It can make. James R Kcone says
ho docs not know Lawson, and will
publish tho only loiter ever wrote him.
Allowing for new fixed charges,. Atchison
will earn about 716 per cent on common.
London expects a continued Gorman do
mand for gold, but no likelihood of an ad
vance In bnnk rate this year.
Belter prospects for adjustmont of Fall
River labor situation.
Good demand for United States Steel
preferred In loan crowd.
Banks gained from sub-treasury on Fri
day 510.000. Good bank statement favor
ably Inllucnccs tone of comment over end
Canadian Pacific earnings second week
of December Increased 5102,000. Mlsoourl
Pacific, earnings not Increase 55S0.4D5. Eric
earnings for November likely to show In
crease of upwardB of $250,000 net
Twelve Industrials declined .26 per cent.
Twenty active railroads advanced .63 per
Now York Fruits.
NEW YORK, Doc. 19. Tho markol for
evaporated apples shows firmness for fruit
of attractive quality,, but it Is reported
that a considerable portion of tho arrivals
are undesirable, and this fact gives the
general market a rather unsettled tone.
Common aro quoted at 316?4J16c; prime,
ty'ttWic; choice, at GSJ6!6c; fancy, at
Prunes of tho larger olzca aro in light
supply at the mornont. but tho abaenco
of Important demand and somo llttlo pres
sure to soli on tho part of tho coast
holders Is giving the market dn eafller
tone on tho whole, and quotations rango
from 2c to Gftc, according to grade.
Apricots aro Scarce and firm, with
choice quoted at 10c; extra choice,
lOHGUc; fancy, 1116fl5c.
Peaches aro held at 916 for choice; 1016?
10c for extra choice, and ll612c for
Visible Supply of Grain.
NEW YORK. 'Dec 19. The visible sup
ply of grain December 17. compiled by tho
Now York produce exchange, Is as fol
lows: Wheat, 3S.5SG.0CO bushels; Incrcaac, l.ln,
000. Corn, C.39O.00O bushels; Increase, 79',OO0.
Oata, 24.189.000 bushels; decrease, 12.000.
Rvc. 2Ll(C.00O bushels, lncroase172,000.
Burlcv, 7,110.000 bushels; increase, 1,373,-000.
I NEW PRIVATE t
SWIRE SERVICE I
j JAS. L POLLOCK & CO.
E Bonkers and Brokers,
16 W. Second South St.
Salt Lake City. 1
i Orders- Promptly Exacuted In R
Stocks. Bonds, Cotton, Oraln and
ProvlGionp. Private leaded Wires I
with LOGAN & BRYAN, Corre- 0
X opondentB, Members Now York H
Stock Exchange. New York Cot- A
ton Exchange, Boston Stock Ex- 3
;j change, Chicago Board of Trade. 1
,-i We handle all prominent Utah H
y Mining and Commercial Stocks. fjj
Nearly cveryono wants "to bo ohown,"
A test of
1st Ncnrly twice tho wolght of other
package cereal foods at samo cost, or
2nd Less cream required In serving, be
cause the flakes are firmer. '
3rd All of tho nutriment of tho grain
4th They aro great brain food and
Tat WHEAT FLAKES Yea.
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunnel com
pany, principal place of business. Salt
Lako City. Utah Notice.
There Is delinquent upon tho following
described stack, on ncr-"inc of assess
ment No. 7. of threo ccii. Mr share, lev
ied October 24, 1901, pal Ms Immediately
and delinquent on the 24th day of No
vember. 1901. tho amount set opposite tho
names of the shareholders, as follows:
Cert. Name Shares. Amt
115 L. U. Colbath SO00 5240.00
139 John T. Tanner W 2 52
Therefore In accordance with law and
the order made by tho board sit directors
on the 24th day of October, 1901, so many
shares of each parcol of stock as may bo
necessary will bo sold at tho office of the
secretary cf said company. No. 1G1 South
Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Saturday, the 24th day of December. 1504.
at 12 o'elock noon, to pay tho delinquent
assessment, together with tho costs of
advertising and expenoo ft sale.
HENiir v3. MMILLAN,
No. 161 South Main strcot. Salt Lake
City, Utah. November 26. 1901. cl757
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court of the State of Utah. In and for Sait
Lako county. In tho matter of tho appli
cation of tho Golden Star Mining & Mill
ing' company, a corporation, organized
and existing under the laws of the State
of Utah to be dissolved.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR
PORATION. Notice Is hereby given that application
has been made by and In bohalf of the
board of directors of the Golden Star
Mining & Milling company, a corpora
tion, organized and existing under the
laws of tho State of Utah, having its
offlco or principal place of business nt
Salt Lako City. In Salt Lako county, Stato
of Utah, for an order of this court dis
solving said corporation. Said applica
tion was filed on tho 12th day of Decem
ber, 1901, and an order of court has
been mndo thereon by Honorable C. W.
Morse. Judge of said court, directing tho
cald application bo filed with tho Clerk,
and that tho undersigned, Clerk of said
court, glvo notice of such application by
publication for a period of thlrty-flv6 (35)
days said period oxplrlng on January
18, 1905 In the Salt Lako Dally Trlbuno,
a 'newspaper having general circulation
In said Salt Lake county, within which
time any person may file his objections to
said application. This notice Is published
pursuant to said order.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES,
County Clerk and Clerk of tho District
Court. Salt Lake County. Utah.
By David B Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Dated December 12th. 1901. dlOlS
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCXHOLD
Notice is hereby given that at a special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Fish
Springs Mining company, a corporation
of Utah, is called and will be hold at
tho office of tho company. Room 300 Atlas
block. West Second South strcot, Salt
l.ako City, Utah, on Thursday, January
12, 1905, at S o'clock p. m. of that day,
for tho purpose of ratifying, adopting
nnd approving the notion of tho Board of
Directors of tho corporation In authorlz-,
Ing tho ualo and conveyance of ail the
mining and other property of tho cor
poration, granting nn option to purchase
samo for 510,000. and leasing the prop
erty during tho llfo of tho agreement
and option A copy ot tho lease, agree
ment and option Is on fllo with W. M.
Bradley. Secrotary of tho company, at tho
office abovo named and subject to inspec
tion by any stockholder.
By order of tho Board of Directors.
FISH SPRINGS MINING CO..
By John Morehouse, Prcsldont.
Annual Meeting' of Stockholders.
Tho annual meeting of the stockholders
of tho Kelth-O'Brlon company will bo
held at tho ofllce of tho company, room
No. 1C0. David Keith building, In Salt
Lako City. Salt Lake county, Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17, 1905, at 2 o'clock p.
m., for tho election of officers and the
transaction of such other business na
shall lawfully come beforo it. s
E. G. KIDDER. Secretary.
Salt Lako City, Utah, Docomber 15,
1904. dllSO j
THE UTAH SUGAR CO.
The regular quarterly divi
dend of l")i per cent on tho
preferred stock of Tho Utah
Sugar company will be paid
at tho office of tho company
on December 31, 1904. Tho
stock transfer books of tho
compnny will closo December
22, 1904, at 5 p. m., and bo re
opened January 2, ir03, at 10
HORACE G. WHITNEY,
Sec, and 'Irons.
Salt Lako City, Utah, Dec.
19 1904. d!523
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clork or tho respective
elgners for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estato of James W. Ashman, deceased.
Tho petition of Mary Hannah Ashman,
administratrix of tho estate of James W.
Ashman, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
foro tho said court to show causo why
an order should not bo granted to sell bo
much as shall be necessary, of tho fol
lowing described real estato of said de
ceased, to wit:
Beginning 1 rod west and 5 rods north
of the S. E. corner of lot 2, block 22,
plat "F," Salt Lake City survey, and run
ning thence north I rods, thenco west 4
rods, thence south 1 rods, thence cut -i
rods to place of beginning, ha.s been set
for hearing on Friday, the 30th day of
December, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho county courthouse. In the court
room of said court, in Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of
December, A. D. 1904.
rScal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. DavlcB, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lako county,
State of Utah. In tho mattpr of the estato
of Mary E. Carter, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Maurice Groshcn, pray
ing for tho admission to probate of a cer
tain document purporting to bo tho last
will and testament of Mary E. Carter, de
ceased, and for tho granting of lottcrs
testamentary to Maurlco Groshen and Wil
liam A. Carter haa been set for hearing
on Friday, the 30th day of December, A,
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., iat the county
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah
Witness the Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof afflvcd, this 14th day of De
cember, A. D. 1901.
Seal JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk. dll26
W. H. Bramel. attorney for petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Estate o( Jrforrol C. Cutlor, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at tho offlco
of G. II. Backman, attorney. No. 32 South
Main street. Salt Lako City. Utah, on or
bc-foro tho 30th day of March, A. D. 1905.
ANNIE S. CUTLER,
Administratrix of tho Estate of Morrel C.
G. H. Backman. Attorney for Estate,
Data of first publication, November 29,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate of Clara Z. Dooley, deceased. No
tice. The petition of George Jay Gibson, ex
ecutor of the estate of Clara Z. Dooley.
deceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of said executor and for the
distribution of the residue of said estato
. to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 30th day of De
cember, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse. In the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
December, A. D. ISO!.
rScal.J JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
dlv'Bion. In and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of the estato
of Richard Gilbert, deceased. Notice.
The petition 'Of Richard M. Gllbertfpray
lng for the Issuance to himself of letters
of admkilstratlon, with the will annexed.
In tho estate of Richard Gilbert, deceased,
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho
30th day of December, A. D. 1904, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse, in
tnc courtroom of said court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
real thereof affixed, this 14th day of De
cember, A. D, 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State Of Utah. In the mattor of the
estato of Amanda M. Pierce, deceased.
Tho petition of Adam Spiers, executor
of tho estate of Amanda M. Pierce, de
ceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of said executor and for tho
distribution of tho rcsiduo of said estato
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the SOih day of Do
comber, A. D. 1994, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed this 15th day of
December. A. D 1904.
rScal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Estato.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's Office. Salt Lake Jlty,
Utah. November 22, 1901.
Notlco Is hereby given that Jmcs J.
Chambers, whoso postofflco address Is
Broadway, New York. N. Y.. has made ap
plication in accordance with the require
ments of chapter 100 of tho session laws
of Utah, 1903, to appropriate twenty-five
(25) spcond-feet of tho water flowing in
the Llttlo Cottonwood creek. Salt Lake
county, Utah. Said water Is to be divert
ed by means of a dam about ten (10) feet
high and a plpo at a point just below tho
tail race of tho Columbus Consolidated
Mining company's powor plant In section
10, township 3 south, range 2 cast, Salt
Lake baso and meridian, from where tho
water will bo conveyed for about eleven
thousand (11 000) feet and there bo used
from January 1 to December 31, inclusive,
of each year for developing power for
clcctrio lighting and propelling machinery
In Salt Lako valley. After having been
so diverted and used tho water will be ro
turncd to the natural channel of Little
Cottonwood creek at a point near the west
lino of Bcctlon S. township 3 south, range
2 east, Salt Lako baso and meridian.
All protests against the granting of
eald application, stating tho reasons thorc-fc-,
must bo mado by affidavit In dupli
cate, anu fi!d in this office within thirty
(30) days after tno completion of the pub
llcatlon of this notice.
A. F. DORF.MUS,
Data of first publication. November 24;
date of completion of publication Dcccm
hnr m. C1633
REDEMPTION OF CHURCH BONDS
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 1, 1S04. No
tlco Is hereby given that pursuant to tho
terms of tho Bonds of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lo.
ronzo Snow, Trustee In Trust, dated De
cember 31. 1S9S. thoro being sufficient
money In the Sinking Fund for that pur
pose, the following described bonds of
Series A are hereby called for redemption
on tho first day of January, 1905, viz.;
5100 Bonds Nos. 1 to 600, inclusive ....550.000
5500 Bonds Nos. 1 to 57. inclusive .... 23.500
Bonds must be presented to the under
olgncd Trustees on or after January 3.
1905, at the Dcscrot National bank. Salt
Lake City, Uta with Coupons Nos. 13
to 22 attached, and Interest will cease on
all abovo described Bonds on January 1,
LEWIS S. HILLS,
T will not lw responsible for any debts
incurred by my wife, after Nov. 30. 1901.
GEO. W. VANCE.
FEOEATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
. Consult County Clerk cr respective
crnera for lurther Information. H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county, H
Stato of Utah. In the matter of the cs- M
tntc of Joseph J, Burn3vood, deceased. H
The petition of William P Rowe, ad
mlnlstrator of the estate of Joseph J.
Burnswood, deceased, for the contirma- jl
Hon of the 3alo of the following-described
real estate of said decedent, to witr That
ciir,ta,,n louP of mining claims known
:fnl described nn an undivided Vj Interest
in the Granite lode mining claim and the
oranlte lodo mining claims numbered 1 to lH
14, Inclusive, situate In Little Cottonwood fH
mining district, Salt Lako county, Utah,
also that certain parcel or tract of prop- JH
erty situated in Alta Cltv, Salt Lako
county, known and described as the "Old IH
5',enw-c,rr. Property." for the sum cf
1. 'vi- .d "non the following terms, to JH
wu; cash upon confirmation, as apoears
from the return of sale, filed inthls court. 'H
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho
3Cth day of December, A. D. 1901, at 10
p clock a. m., at tho county courthouse.
In the courtroom of said court, in Salt
Lako City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this ICth day of
December, A. D. 150-1.
fScal.l JOHN JAMES, Clerk
By David B. Davlcfl. Deputy Clerk.dl32S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county. Ml
siai? oC. Utah. In the matter of the estato ilLH
f Daniel S. Davidson, deceased. Notice !H
Tho petition of Utah Savings & Trust Hl
company, administrator, with will an- 'H
nexed, of tho estate of Daniel S. Davidson.
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account of said administrator, with iM
will annexed, and for the distribution of
the residue of said estate to tho persons IB
entitled, has been set for hearing on Frl- l!H
day, the 23rd day of December, A. D. 190!. 'H
at 10 o clock a. m., at tho county court- IB
house, in tho courtroom of said court, In
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utan
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with JH
the seal thereof affixed, this 13th day of
December, A. D; 191 IH
rSealJ JOHN JAMES. Clerk. iH
y "V," - jDsvIes. Deputy Clerk.
D. B. Hempstead. Attorney Ci? Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- MH
bate 1 division, in and for Salt Lake coun- HH
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho lll
estato of Clara Z, Dooloy, deceased. il
Tho petition of George Jay Gibson.
executor of the estate of Clara Z. Dooley.
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of IH
tho following described real estate of said il
decedent, to wit; Commencing at a
point seven rods west of the southeast
50r.ncr of 'ot 3. block 34, plat "F," Salt
.bake City survey, and running thenco
west 3 rods; thenco north 9 rods: thenco
east 3 rods; thence south 9 rods, to tho tM
point of beginning, together with a right- il
of-way over the following: Commencing
at a point 4 rods west of the southeast
corner of said lot and block, and running
thenco west 3 rods, thence north 10 feet;
thence cast 44 feet: thenco north 13Si flH
feet; thence east 10 fret; thenco south 3
rods; thence west 6 feet, to the point of
beginning, for tho sum of 51500.00 cash. Il
and upon the following terms, to wlf fM
bubject to confirmation by this court, as M
appears from the return of sale, filed in
this court, has been set for hearing o.i
Friday, the 23rd day of December. A. D ,
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness the Cleric of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 12th day of ll
December, A. D., 1904. iH
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. HH
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk. '-H
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for iM
Estate. dlOlD '1
. THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-(T) 'H
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun-v
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of the ,
estate of Theodore M. Grow, deceased il
Tho petition of Sarah J. Grow,
adinta!stratrlx of the estato of Theodore tH
M. Grow, deceased, praying for an order
of inorlgago of real property of said de
ceoent. and that all persons interSsted
appear before- the said court to show
causo why an order should not bo granted
tn mortgage so much us shall be neces
sary. of tho following described real JM
estate of said deceased, to wit: VM
Part of lot 8. block 110, Plat "A." Salt
Lake City survey, commencing 11 rods
3& feet flout h of the northeast corner of ,H
said lot, running thence west 10 rods: 'H
thenco south 3 rods 13 feet: thenco cast ll
10 rods; thonco north 3 rods 134 feet to tho
place of beginning, has been set for hear
lng on Friday tho 23rd day of December.
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m , at the
county courthouse. In the courtroom of rM
said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
county. Utah. ,
Witness the Clerk of the said court.
with tho seal thereof affixed this 10th day
of December, A. D 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk IM
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Slate of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Charles F. Stohl, deceased
The petition of Gustavo H. Backman.
praying for the admission to probate of
a certain document purporting to be tho
last will and testament of Charles F
Stohl, deceased, and for the granting of
letters testamentary to Gustave H. Back
man, has been set for hearing on Friday. H
the 30th day of December. A. D. 1904, at
10 o'clock a. m.. at the count' courthouse.
In the courtroom of said court, at Salt- ll
Lake Cltv, Salt Lake county. State of l
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of
December. A. D. 1904.
rSeal. JOHN JAMES, Clork
Bv David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. tM
Gustavo H. Backman. Attorney. dl379 IH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stnte of Utah. In the matter of the
citato of Jonathan M. Williamson, Je
Tho petition of Richard B. Shcperd,
administrator with tho will annexed, il
of tho .estate of Jonathan M. Will- rtM
iamson, deceased, tendering his res
Ignatlon and praying for the settle- )
ncnt of final account of said Richard B )H
Shepard, administrator, with will an- :IH
noxedr has been cot for hearing on Frl- ; IHI
dav tho 23rd of December. A. D. " H
1904 at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the county 'IIH
courthouse In tho courtroom of said
ccurt. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake coun-
lWltncs3 the Clerk of said court with the '1
seal thereof affixed this 9th day of De-
rcmbcr. A. D. 19-34. jH
rseal i JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk
II O. Sheperd, Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal
place of business at Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meotlng
of tho directors, held on the Sth day of
December, 1901. an assessment of one-half M
(V) cent per share (being assessment' No
13) was duly levied on tho capital atock of
tho corporation, payable immediately to
A J Gunnell. secretary of the company.
at the ofllco of tho company, No. 3S South
Main street. Salt Lako City. Utah. 'H
Anv stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 9th day of fH
! January. 1905, will be delinquent and nd
vertlsed for sale at public auction, and H
unl99s payment Is made before, will bo
sold on the 24th day of January. 190o. to
pay tho delinquent asaessment. together H
with tho cost of advertising and cxpenso
of sale. A. J. GUNNELL. Secretary.
No. 3S South Main Street. Salt Lako 'H
City. Utah. fjf
SILVER KING MINING COMPANY itjH
Extra Dividend Notice.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of tho Silver King Mining company, held
at the office of the manager, In Salt Lako
Cltv. November 22. 1904. an extra dividend
of 'W 2-3 cents per share was declared,
payable December 23. 1901. Transfer books H
will close on December 13. and remain )H
closed until after December 25. 1904.
By order of the Board of DIrcctori.
(Signed) JOHN A. MALIA.