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,M -ttrdVY MORNING, DECEMBER si. 1904. 'f'fS
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IpWitht Merchants and the Brokers. 1
jpl Reaction Due
J I o MUmd Rales
'efidence in Outlook for the New
J Tear Net Materially Im-
jl RK l" J 1 r' " """
M" '", ,,,,, ..rious explanations,
ifnot materially Impair th
iW dw.lh wh,, the outk.ok upon the
!,hu Regard. .1. n stiff. ninR of
' .luring the daj was the
BWr -ri.inr fact is that the rise In
5e wn,n deferred virtually until
IimBKr. on thl. stock ex.
IMtltft'V; 'n,,..-. r,n Krl.l,: .i the
Br carry over until Monda;
"CK "until Tu-sdaj Prepa
b lave V w! making for the larg-
HSLiirv 1 .llsbursemcnts tn tho hls
EJH street. The call loan rate
PLn apai'h'tit up to dat and the
Mjn raf touched todaj was o pi r
t8tlnif the usual estimates bj I
PBiate that th-- I' now ol urn m s
SSs ha tx.'-" ' '? olT"ot
' V , sur absorption and leave a
Bi of fain 01 "Pward "f W.000.000
JKr n c bank statement are likely,
firBttrt( t,, u hirgc owing to the. an-
Mr'' .', , r ,, :,t - Hul " ' Influx of
R k'l for in III' next week. It
(HHStcrobable thai any deep anxletj over
Kec-ri mark, t was reflected In the
MrL" . k was a mori- Hkc moth-.
HHhT't'ii "' ''' '" s '' '
WKi W.t Inclination to s II stock up to
'BSr'jtp.arance of tradlne for turn In
.iKL-miiuno In the market The In
MmKmi animation In Hp nvirkM yester
oKj th-farls mirk' l torln wore dls-
i '.3K' -1 1
kKiccemi'anlecl by more or less ob-
mBhE a,.. . L-lnir which mr-t tlic mm e-
ii!B ici-is was the lal concomitant
U clement of n speculative nature.
IfTK-J as an admonition that a. too
W ri5-- in r r i c -i would have to reckon
ftf!llfP to r- allze Amalgamated
Ener fttiplayed rather acutely tho re
KJjy fffo t of the Speoulatlv. opel.i
C t!ch caused' Us wide advanci of
!(eClne was not rxTdalned hv now?
&Bf on values In the g neral list.
Wt u an aggressive speculation In
Ea Pacific. The various movements
ITttandoned on the reaction. Last
fcS) wm not far from the lowest and
ilc'iS was easy.
Boat! Irregular Total sales par
Cjyflf.OOO. United States bonds were
KSisitd on call.
NEW YORK BOND LIST
I rtf i r'C W Japan 6n. crt . 93
fltf k coupon l'M L A N unlfll 4." .0
t U MTl'terrU I04V4 Manbat con K (8 103
(lliceufcn I'M". Mxlran Cent 1s... 77
Ihi to r.R.. U) lt Inc I'l'!,
Ml M coup. . Minn & St L 4a... 97
lMtorp I' -1, Mo K .t Texas 4s.lWi
Htto cxop5n.Kli Mo K & Tex 2nds. t&?
W to. cn 100 N It of XI con M'5
M I, ctrt .110 N Y ',.-nt gtn 3'-- 1014
fe fta ft .103 X J Cont gen 6a. lar,
Hetcnt 4. . S4V Nnr Pacific a. ..106
Mk C L ft M Nor Piu tflc 3 . 'h
It Ohio ft. 10Si Norf & W con 4s 101'i
l0M. 114s.. yu o f? I. rcf 4s . . .. t.7
lief Gt ft .113 S Pn conv 103H
the r. rt.-n.lInK K'-n 4 . 103V4
Mm 73Uj St I. & I M c 6 117
hi f (;- -- i. ... s r u- is :. .
11 Alios 14s. K St h S'wcsl con 4 B1
10 IK 49. .101 j Seaboar.l A L 4n 1 :.
lit P P. R ii So Pacific 4 04
H Si P.r.llwoy 5 . . .K
Left 101 Texas & Pac Ists.l3n
JTrra Is S T St L A: V 1 1 J
MMhrl 4p 77 fnlon Pacific 4s .10(4
Mat So 4a 2 17 P mv 114M
PA lvr, 1 S Steel 2nd v 9 1
t R1" 0 '. " baah Ibis III
aV Scjr ;: AVabaah deb .
JtW llco ta..l024 Wist, rn M I 4s.... 90
ral 4i Sol, i .uk(. Krr. , Mii
' L lt .UpH4j Wis Central 4s. 93
'! 4Ui jji
CLOS1NO STOCK LIST
Salc-B. Hlrh. lyv. Close.
19. M0 SS4 SS 8S
1 l.SW lfil'i 101 101
'nut Line, 7". 114 124 lil'i
t Ohio ... 4S.l'i 1064 103 l"JTi
1 V 964 9.. jj-)
ntte 6.6iv 1344 1X1 133
Jonwy. lfo 191 191 ISOVi
t r.hio . f. ., t ,i, .)i ji.
,AU,-n 2 H
wjl We n. 27. WO 234 234 21'h
I Korthwurt n 1 000 2094 2074 MS 4
! St Pul. 18,100 174S 17J 17JH,
nn A Trans Vf 124 124 124
L uis pk Tii.i 9114
tEouthfrn . dm 34 23 4
E S00 6-.' 614
5J ffl .-74 37 37
Hyjson. . 4on is i.sji iw
west... Sfl 340 3o
nl 1 'sn1f- mi
K t. , ' W 3'
f wt -.
4kT Krtsci it
Kjti1 1 M
if, '- 12? 1424
Mite j ."u-m.. 41S 4, ,.
m K M4
K 1 ;" 4!", 41
.fc'. ,, io 10,
K ' W
m' " i.'ono 4 L; 9
1Kf Jr U,.f
4- N.-w York T
San Francisco ,;iv
London 23 7-lfid
sV New York Exchange $4 BOtJH 70
sV New York Exch&nge.S14.ttMf9l6.87
pr.-fcrred 200 87 siu 9.-
Natlonal Lead 3.700 u 5tt
Reputiiic 8tae (ioii 17. -
p,:ffrr:, - SB T04 704
preferred .... 71 K
Tennessee C & Iron aOO 74" 72" Tiu
united Mates Leather. I1.4M 144 n?
Preferred 6 4O0 gS S
t nlte.1 states Realty
I pJted States Rubber . 1 30) .144 U4 nil
I tilted State, stell .. . 51.600 S14 KOi4 swt
preferred 76 9S w SB
Va Carolina Chemical.. 1.800 414 u 41
300 u, 1104 1104
e. tinnhousn Electric. 2.300 124 U04
Western t nlon 7.,, n-,, ..-j
Total sales for tho day. 1,111,100 sharry. '
:uIiYi?Rd- P?6- 30-Thf fo!lowlnB table.
S ,? .KV Brw)1,"'' ahowi the bont clear
nes at tha principal dttea tor me week end-
1 ,n,,,"r with the percentaKe of In-
Sort I1.W.M8.M ",DeC:
'oh' 155.673.142 K.3 .
o2Tw.LV 103.671.450 6.7 ....
Philadelphia 113,S06,m 16 8
,,V"Jl" 48.206.M4 8.4 ...
'',!urK , 37.712.057 8.6 ...
Y,.Frftncl"C0 31.63S3S0 20 4 ...
Bkll nwre 19.444.C79 12 .1 ...
'Jnclnnai 19.661.830 16 1 ...
Kansas Ity .... 17.1S8.551 ... 16
New Orleans 1.S48,84S .. ." 10 2
Cleveland 11,747 680 ...
Minneapolis 15.3i.',.161 18 9 ...
ntrx.U . . fVlO 246 12 2 ..
VU,?''ni S.S90.03C 17. G
Omaha 7.114 054 . 3.0
?l rul 6.887.277 29.8 ....
Los Angeles 6 or, M, j
3.725.871 17 0
Portland. Or 2.950,298 14 1
SWLT LAKE .'ITY 3.076 Mi W.J .
Spokane, Wash . . 2.21". MC 27 9
Tacoma l69k403 26 .1
H'lena 705 17S 15.7 ....
PargO; N. V.. COO 699 11 6 ....
Totals, t. B 82.020.536,834 17. C
Outside . Y 756.374. 609 11.0 ....
Totals. Canada $ 45,720,031 13.2
New York Money.
NEW YORK. Dec. 30 Tho recent ad
vance Ir the price of j-llv r call.s att.n
tion to the lDcrensIng scarcity of tho
foatlns supply of thnt metal Bar silver
u.is Quoted today at 61 "i cents an ounce.
While Movl.-m .loi::,r.s ring.-d 'rom n
-nts to 4S3;.. Th. s.- r--it.-s. It was snkl
ere merely nominal, and anv great d. -mand
for bars would cause an advance
..1 the price Conditions In the silver
market are now .uch that the consumer
wait on tho producer.
Thl war In tho far East, the .steml)
absorption by East India and Ihls r,-.n-lr
Increasing trad with China, are re
sponslhle. experts say, for this ver com
plete reversal at conditions.
Close I'rlme mercantile paper, 4$t4-i
n. r cent, sterling exchange stead- , with
actual business In banker's niiu ui ji 87 10
f. r demand, and at J I : k -U 1 4 ",
for sixty-day Mils
I'oste.i rates. $4 K","iffi4 .S
Commercial bills, $4. sis
Bar Bllvei . 8I4C
Me;;lc.-. n dollars, 48c
Monev on call strong and higher. .17?",
Time loans tmsy and dull. f.1x dav;4
r tid nlr.et- days I per cent, six months,
.' ljr'i l. per cent
SAN FRANCISCO I'ec 30 Silver ban
Tl7,c. Mexican dollars, 01c.
New York Metals
NEW YORK. Dec S -The London tin
market underwent a considerable reac
tion from the recent sharp advance and
closed at 134 for spct and C133 l's lor fu
tures. Locally the market was easier. In
sympathy with spot, quoted nt $C0 Z'i'i i"i '
Copper was lower In London, closing at
08 dl for Sx.t at 68 10s for futures.
Li '.ll the market remains firm and a
good business Is reported. Lake Is quoted
mi M.vii'V'F'-r.. elect. tic, $i'. r,:r.
and castlna, $14 biV'H !74
The London market for lead was a little
higher with spot nt 12 17s 8d. Iocally.
howi vcr, prices were unchanged nt $1.00
'i I 70.
Spelter was higher In London, closing
at 25 5a while locally the price remained
unchanged at $6.iusfi 15.
Iron was unchanged at Ms 9d In Glasgow-,
while Mlddlesboro reported a slight
advance at f0s 9d. Locally the market
Was advanced and ruled very firm Xo 1
foundry Northern, $17 2T.fi 17 f5 ; No 2 do.
17.00017.60; No. 1 foundrv Southern .md
XJ 1 rtn and t17 ?c. thMirVi onmo nnnlni
are said to he risking advances of about
2.". cents over the quotations given for
South- i n grades
t HICAOO. Dee. 30 Cattle Receipts
9000; market averaged lower: good to
prime steers, aJ0Off.96; poor to medium.
7.VT, T, . sto k ri and feeders, S2.:,j ; :r.
D 500 i 20; heifers. $2 2SffS.00; can-
neis.' $1 Vfj2.10, bulls. U.1004.10; calves.
Hogs Receipts, 18,000; tomorrow, is.t).
stronger; mixed and butchers. t4.55jtM.85;
k',,,. l to chol.-M h'-nvv, ;i 7"... I rough
hi iw, H.60O4.08; light. $4 s; bulk of
pjnl , -Receipts. 10,000; strong: lambs
opened stronger; closed weak; good to
choice wethers, 8490(96.65; fair t.. choice
mixed. J4.10fT4.SA; Western sheep. $-1 i
1,60; native lambs, I6.864j6.75; Western
SOUTH OMAHA, Dec. JO. Cattle Re
ceipts y. market weak to 10c lower; na
tive steers. $3.60JaJ.10; cows and heifers,
I &ofiW 10; Western steers 88.00(94 C. Tex
as steers. $2 .7". 'a 3 t'. range cows and helf
., x 1033 65; canners, $1.75492.85; stockeis
.,,! f, . d. iv. '- - I ' aUea. $2-605
bulls, stage, etc. VJBmM. ....
Hobs Receipts o. market 6c lower,
heivv $4 -l.'fi I iV. mixed .'1 '15S. light.
' i "." 4.i"j., pigs. $4.tiOfj4 50; bulk of sales
, WBheep-'Reelpt8 1700; market steady;
a , teniyi arllngi 85 00(96 66 wethers, 84 BO
,,: v ewes, $4.Xt-i4.W, common and BtOCk
or 12.60(94.60; lambs $A 2T'r6 76.
KANSAS OH Y, Dec 30 Cattle Re
ceipts 3000; market weak. Native steers.
! r.-r': I" .native ouvs and heifers. $1 7y
4.75- stockera and feeders, $2.754.00. hulls
:2rl00 calves. $4.00'&6.50. Western fed
steers. $3 25; Western fed cows. $175
lloKS Receipts. 7000: market steady.
Hoik of sale-. (4 10494 1 heavy 84.4Mg4.70;
;,. 4 : I ..'.. l-ii- and Hu-hl ' '
SMC.rpRccelpta. 1000, market strong
Muttons. l ''' ' l-.mt.-. ;'""?f7.00; runge
wethers. $4-5033.76; ewes. 83 2.".fj 4 75.
ST JOSEPH, Mo.. Dec. 30 Cattle-Ro-C-elptS,
31 00; steady to IOC lower: natlven.
?;,.7o'iT'i iV,; cows and heifers. Bi.75t4.85;
hlOCkerS and feeders. $2 504T4.lV).
Hogs R Ipt. 6800; EOlOc lower; lights.
4 !' 4 ii'i medium r.d heavy, $4 fvKri . 7".
Snei-p -Receipts 1000; steady to strong;
native lambs 87.00
Pacific Coast Grain
sax PRAN6i8CO, Deo. 80 V heal
stronger; May $1,444. Barley stronger;
May $1 1'" I
California Vegetables Taking the
Place of the Utah Va
rieties. NOW begins the month of California
vegetables There were only two repre
sentatives of that sunny clime n f.-i days
i'go, but now many of the Utah ve$;e
iables arc out of tho market, their plac,
King taken by the California varieties.
onie or mo new ones arc California
Bruxsels sprouts California green peas
California radishes. California string
beans', California French nrtlchokoH
Malaga grapes have taken tho ol.icn of
1 If.ck, and pom granites are now gone
from the market.
The fish market reports small clams at
0 . --nts per dozen Poultry has gone up,
making a chicken dinner moro expensive
than heretjfore. Striped bass is 20 cents
per pound. 5 cents cheaper than before,
which makes this tish even with the fowl
cjl to price.
Hay Cr.iln and Straw Ont straw, per
ha e 30c, alfalfa. $10 00; timothy, per ton,
baled, 513 50, wheat, per bushel 80c43$1.10;
corn, per cwt., $1 :o'-ri 35. corn, cracked.
"1-40; oats, $i 01 50; rolled oats 81.60
'"' barlej rolled 81.86; flour, bakers'
No L $2 3r. flour straight grad- $2 402.G0;
Hour, high patent Jj ;-..,: 7-.; rve. $2.Cn,
graham flour. 12.5082.70; cornmeal, i 7CrrT
- bran ?! .0. I, ran and shorts. $1 P.
Xleats Dresse.i beef, per pound, 611
6c. dressed veal, per pound 7c dressed
lambo p. r po md, 7 . . dres.a. .1 mutton
per pound, 6497c dressed hogs oJ-ic live,
?4r) per cwt.; mincemeat. 8tfc84MfiC
Poultry Dressed hens. 11c; broilers, per
pound 12c; turkeys 800J28
Frulls. California grapes $2 00; Utah
apples per bushel, 11.00; Idaho apples
bananas, per bunch. '.5'fiC.OO . cran
bcrrles, P.SOeiO.OO per barrel dates, per
pound, Sliif. oranges. $1 J. to ,U 25 per
Sugar -Meet r. per no. JC.10, cine
Vegetables California head lettuce 45c
a dozen ovstc-r plant 46c a dozen; celery,
dozen, 60c; parsnips, per cwt.. $1.25. yellow
onions, per 100, $1 Vj. vegetable marrow,
per dozen. (T'c. red cabbage, per pound.
24c. sweet potatoes per cwt. 82.00 Utah
cabbage, per 100 $175; potatoes, per cwt,
90c; turnlei heets and carrots, per LI I,
SI. 25; green onions, per dozen, 20c, pump
kins dozen, j- 26; Utah lettuce. 20c. caull.
Iloe, . r, p.-r pound, Kfi12e
Dairy Products But i.t. per pound. Mc ;
clieese. per pound, 12c; eggs, per case.
Si '.o'iS.75; comb honey, per crate. $2 75;
Bweitser cheese, pt-r pound, isc, llmbur-
i-1 i" ' h' epe pr r , nd 16. . n im brick
he. --. per pound. 17c; Bdam cheese, per
dOBI n $12 'O.
Fish Salmon. l.V mountain trout. ?0c:
halibut, 12c striped ha.F. r-er pound 16c;
SOles per pound 9c- llounders. per nound,
Sc. California smelts, per pound. 12c, cat
fish, per pound L'c perch. per
pound, 10c: kingflsh. two pounds. 85o;
lobsters ..per pound. 1.r.e; oysters NSW
York counts. $1 60 per 100; selei ts $2 25 per
gsllon; Olympian. $3.fi per gallon. Cro
marty bloaters, per 100, $3 60. codfish. 6g
9c: smoked salmon. 10fl2Asr, red fish or
red snapper 17c blue fish 17c: ecrebasss,
25c per dozen; white fish. 15c; pompano.'
Meals Prime rib. 174c; porterhouse. 18
080c; pork, 16e; mutton chops. 104916c;
I.;--- 12 ' . In ml. 12' '! 15c per pound; e
12a20c; veal loaf 30c.
Poultry Dressed hens, 13fiK,c: broilers
20c; turkeys. :W; ducpa. lfiin, . roast
Fruits Idaho npj)ea. g0c n peck,
lemons, per dozen, 2-"o, oronpeji. per dozen,
25fi10c: bananas, per dozen 20f30e; pears'
throe pounds for 25c; grop.-s I Malaga l, 25c
a pound; pineapples, :;" and 40 each,
rrape fruit, per dozen. 7.V and up. straw
berries u' iliforrln), 25c per box.
egetables New ce)er. 5c a bunch
oyster plant So a hunch, parsnips. 20c a
peck; red cabbage ,5c a pounrl sweet
potatoes, per pound. 3c, cauliflower. 16c
per pound, potatoes, per peek. 20c cab
bage, per pound. 3c; turnips, 20c per peck;
green onions. 2r, carrots 20c per peck'
beets, Vic per peck; lettuce. 6c; pumpkins!
35c; hothouse lettuce. 6c per punch'
spinach, four pounds for 25c; California
French artichokes-, ln.'rl'ic each; Califor
nia Brussels sprouts. Pe per ixmnd roen
I- - two pounds for 25c; California rie.-ii
ocas. 15c a pound California radishes 5
Dairy Products. Sutter, per pound, 30c
Cheese, L'c esgs. per dozen, 3(j35c. fancy
cheese, per pound. 25c, comb honey, per
ioml, 15c. strained honey, pei pound, 16c
Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c. Ilmburger
cheese, per pound, 00c; cream brick cheese
86c; Edam cheese, each. Si 25.
l-'luh Sn Im.in l?lr- MiiUi.l.
I... halibut. 16o; striped has.-. 80c; Ma. k
iuaw iron'. 80c; codfish. 16c; peroh. 12 4o'
while llsh. 20c, mountain herring, 16c!
lobster, 17Vse: select oysters. G0e a o,uart.
clams, 3'k.- a dozen.
New York Fruits.
NEW YORK. Dec 3" E sporated ap
ples are In fair demand for attractive
grades, and prices were steady in firm.
Common are quoted at i'li4e ;' prime, 4",
fioc: choice :,i4T and fancy 6 -a 7c'
Prunes show a slight Improvement In
lone, although the general range of prices
remains at 8406340, according to grade.,
lor California. whll Oregon prunes aro
ranging as high ns 6:4c on tho larger
Apricots show n0 further change, choice
being held nt 4fiPv; extra choice,
11c, and fancy. 121515c.
Peaches are said to lw In small supply
and are firmly held, with choice 94c; ex
tra choice, lin-yr, P ,,,,,i fancv, ll-yfil2
CHICAGO. Dec 30. Heavy liquidation
i' .. prominent holder todai entirely
wlpc-d out a sharp advance In wheat
prli es The market closed weak with
Slay down 413"e Corn, oats and pro
visions wen practically un hangrd
A stampede ' 1 belati d shorts resulted in
an advance of over lc In the price of May
wheat during the first hour of trading.
Influenced by higher cables and exceed
ingly mali receipts In the Northwest,
opening prl ts showed i tair gain. May
b. Ing up 4 to He it S3 144 to P 14. On
an urgent demand from short and several
prominent commission houses, additional
alns w.-re made the price rising quickly
to $1 15' before any considerable supply
of offerings was dislodged. Some small
holders then took advantage of the ad
Nance to secure proilts The result was a
reaction to $1,144- An active demand from
Northwestern houses, which seemed to
indicate a belief In a further reduction of
receipts in the Northwest gave renewed
encouragement to local hulls, and the
buying became more aggressive May
sold up to $1.15 For a time the market
continued extremely strong, with prices
near the highest point. D'itei in th,. day
sentiment suddenly changed and sharp
reaction occurred tme conspicuous fea
ture of the late trading was heavy selling
by the leader of the bulls The claim was
made that 2.000.msi bushels were sold bv
this one operator Pit traders were quick
to follow the lead and the selling was
quite general during the last hour A re
port of a St. Louis trade paper waa con
strued as bearish the report stating that
the winter wheat crop hud been greatly
benefited by recent rains and snows I'n
der this selling pressure May dropped to
$1,134. The market closed weak and
practically al the lowest point, nnai qua.
ts i Ions on Ma) being at $1,1349L134
Early In the day the advance In wheat
had a Strengthening InMu.-ri. on the ( orn
markeL Ma) opened v.'V-' to 14c higher
it 1540464 to 154c sold between 434 and
'4. Vi , and closed at 454c.
Th. volume of trading in oats was a
slight Improvement over that of recent
days May opened Ufj'c higher at 314 to
aIC, SOld niT to 311-. and closed at 31Afi
, 314e. w
An Inclination to take profits had a
weakening effect on the provision mar
I lading was largely local At the
ose May pork w as off 24fj5c at $12 75
l.'.i.4; lard was down 24c at 87.0087.084
libs were a shade lower at $6.C5frO . 71..
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
hat. No 2
December 1 1314 1 144 1.1J4 111
W 1 144 1.154 1 US 1.13rH
Ju'' 994 99V, 98S 9S4
December 46 4S 444 444
3njy 45 16 454 454
Oats, No 2
December 20 j7 094
y 314 314 314 fas
JuJ' 314 -U4 314 314
aaaaa rx.rk r-r barrel
January . 1.145 12 474v 12.?.', 12 .1-4
M' 1- 774 12 S24 12 75 12 774
Lard, per 100 pounds
January .... I 75 $.0 6.75 45.774
M.v 7 "5 7.05 7 00 7 02',
Short ribs, per lt pounds
January . .B40 C 40 3.'- 37U
Mn' 0 67', 45.70 6 65 6 874
Cash quotations were as follows. Flour,
steady; No 2 spring wheat, Jl.10491,16; No 3
C48L1I; No 2 red. II 154fll !,l4. No 2 corn
HH484c; No 2 yellow. m,44c No. I oats
-' '-. No 3 whltr 31'u32c; No 2 rye. 75c, cood
f'-'.llac barley, 64J7c; fair to h..r malting
41-o isc; No 1 flax seed. $116', No. 1 North-web-tern.
$1.24. prime timothy seed $2 7i
mess pork per barrel. $1105911.15. short ribs
slds ilrx.so). $1."3&6 374 short . lenr sldSS
Iboxedi. 02S'C 75, Whisky, hnsln of high
wines, J1.2I; clover, contract grade, $12 75.
KL'. EIPT8 AND SHIPMENTS.
Artleles Receipts Shipments.
Flour, barrels 21.300 27 .Mm
Wheal bushels .... 31.000 41 j.'
' "rn- bllPhrls . . ZU.Vr 4T.I M
Cot s, bushels . ... 65.3'M 174 10a
liy. bushels . . 1 000 IS, too
Barky bushels . 34.700 31.200
On tho produces exchungo today the butler
market was firm. . r.-ams. 17rf2Sc, dairy if.'-f
Mi KKt firm KOttc finu. Etc; prime first.,
extra. 27e. chesSS, steadj, 11. u..
New York Stock Letter.
James A. Pollock & Co . bankers and
brokers, 6 West Second South street, fur
nish the following stock letter and gos
sip, received over their private wire;
NEW yORK, Dec 30 Logan and Bran
Stock Letter Market closed soft and Ir
regular and sharpl) lowei for Amalgamat
ed and Ste.-i stocks. The opening was
: u.'iig 1.. I bu.i.irit. but '-arl:. in the ee
sl..n a hear raid developed In Amalgamat
ed whi. h caused a sympathetic decline In
the Industrial group, upsetting the entire
market The volume cf business bos been
large and trading In special stocks ver)
heavy. Tho market has had a pretty
sharp upturn and tomorrow being the last
day of the old year it Is onl natural to
expect some profit-taking pending the two
days' holiday to come after tho closo thle
we, k Aside from the break In the In
dustrial group, railroad stocks are closing
but very little under yesterday's final fig
ures. Tho tone, of the market, while Ir
regular, would Indicate, some support mr
the better class of stocks. A rather fa
vorable bank statement Is looked for
New York Walker Stock Letter We
look for a good market after the first of
X. w York Hut ton Stock Letter In the
Initial dealings today continued strength
was noted In the railway list which spread
over the entire list of securities, making
many new record prices on this move.
However, copper t j r nc 1 1 h.- market later
which stock broke heavily on the free
selling by commission houses on rumors
that Law son w a.s in New Jersey applying
for a receiver today. The stock had little
port If any from Insiders, which ! nt
color to these rumors temporarily What-
ver h- .li.eq will bo met aggressively and
undoubtedly tactics will be used In the
market to corner this man's operations.
The present market Is not Inflated on the
outlook of increased earnings on railroads
and larger dividends, and higher prices
can be anticipated In the near future
hence we believe good stocks can be
bought on any weak spots
New York T. A Mclntyre .1 Co Stock
Letter While the market closed Irregu
lar, It showed a pretty good undertone
of strength considering the pressure
which was brought to bear upon the gen
cial list. The movement Is slmplv .-in-otl.ei
h.-.-ir Hltatk characteristic of the
Boston operator, and his New York fol
lowing, and was Well timed for the holi
days, for after a short session of two
lours tomorrow' the market her.- and at
London will be closed until the follow
ing Tuesday Aside from these specula
tive conditions there Jr. nothltij; new in
tho general situation The advance to 5
I . r . .-nt In call on money rate at the
.-lose today wps merely an Incident The
loans not only carry over Into tomorrow,
but also Into the new .year and It would
have b--en strange indeed If the yeat'
..I.'.oa.I ,,.K...,I IM. ,. 1 1 nV. . . .
1 1 1 v rise in the rate.
New York nick Bros Stock i,etter
The market was very strong at tho open
ing this morning and for a time there
after, but the advance stocks were llb
erall) supplied and the rise was cheeked.
Before noor Amalgamated Copper turned
v...ik main and t.r.-ak 111 it was fol
lowed by a Law: on denial of yesterday's
Bli P) that he had been Induc ed to stop
his attacks. The break In Amalgamated
Induced selling in other stocks, ana thi
whole list turned" weak, declining sharp
ly In the afternoon and closed very ner
vous at the low prices Apart from the
LaWflcn incident ihere was very little
news. The s-;-lllng which broke tocks
I inie rl, !(! from lte.se spe.ulnthe ln-U-rests
which nave had moirt to do wllh
t!.c recent advance
New York Marshall Spader & Co'S
Stock Letter The advance in the market
Slni last Friday has about equaled $"'
a share In the active list, .at the hlgh
est quotations secured yesterday and to
day Copper sold nearly $1" tL share
higher this morning than on lust Krlda
and th flexibility Of the mark.-i during
the afternoon today was therefore not
II n imre.-ioni hie develonment 'r- f-n
operators care to be wldel) committed
this week and a disposition to ev.-n up
n ounts prevails We hae much faith
In the influences governing the market
and shall consider the list a purchase on
any break from the present level which
may come about from artificial causes
of sensational attacks.
New York Summary American stocks
In London steady, a shade above parity
National Lead officials . I r report of
rec Ived mi rk-. r negotiations.
Good demand for Amalgamated Copper
in loan crowd.
Ilarilm in bin Ing n port' d In Baltimore
Illinois St.-.-l rail mills will slart full
capacity January 2.
Amount of proposed Russian loan Issue
In II. rlln Increased fr.un JImi.i i,i't, to
No probability Of material advance In
call money rates over turn of the year.
Dun's Review for Week.
NKV YORK, Dec. 30. Dun's Weekly
Etevlea of Trade tomorrow will say:
Hollda) week brought the CUStOmST
quh t conditions In the business world. In
ventories anil preparations for annual set
tlements monopolising attention sx pt In
some branches of manufacture, where Ini
medlate deliveries were required Severe
storms also Interrupted communication
and transportation, particularly at the
West, but on the whole tin- elements were
helpful, for drought was broken in the
Pittsburg region Annual reviews Indl-
cate that the rear lus made much bet
ter showing than seemed possible at th.
outset, tho second half comparing v.-rv
favorably with the first six months and
the amount of business on the bocks lu
THIS IS THE KIND OF WEATHER, f TIUfir i WIT A D I I
THAT YOU NEED GOOD, WARM VJ INUItlV. W HL AfS,, J
OUR STOCK MUST BE SOLD I
; REGARDLESS OF rmrr I
As we have to have the cash to make final payment on the stock of 1
GRAY BROS. & CO., which business we have bought and take posses
sion of on January 20, 1905.
n opportunity to buy UNDERWEAR of the finest quality, RIGHT H
DOWN AT COST.
r, All $1.00 Garments $ .75
'VvvijW 11 All $2.."i0 tiannr-nts l.jjQ
Wc W All $:i.00 Garments 2.25
' 'Lm M All ?.'..)() (iarmt'iits 2.65
A -;3rj All -54.(10 Giiiiiicnls .. 3. 00
s- JSgk 'W s,,'rl'nu Knit I iiimi Suits "0 Suits 2.0.1
'ft fji$ ' ALL MANHATTAN $1,.0 Soft Shirts for 1.00
' luk VjJ All MANHATTAN $2.00 Soft Shirts fur - -1.25
yj?- m All MANHATTAN $2.50 Soft Shirts for 1.50
VTj jfifir- '' M A N BATTAN Stiff Bosom Shirts
T'immmw 11-50 Quality for $1.15 I 2.50 Quality for $1.75
i ''K'" " ' $2.00 Quality fur ?1.50 $3.00 Quality for $2.t)0 I
'jr n v v Guts in rrncF. of Ghcstcrtii hl Suits and Overcoats 1
J. WILL GRAY BR.O., I
UNDER tLECTREC SIGN GRAY'S. 253 ' AIM, HAST S'DE. ; H
tho leadlnc industries promises still fur
ther Improvement in m" Traffic returns
Of December Indicate that cross eariilnKS
Of the railways were 7.2 per cent larger
than in the previous year, and foreign
commerce for the last week at this p..rt
shows an Increase, of $1,54.1.103 In exports
and a very large gain of $3.S19 245 In Im
ports as compared with UJ09
Buoyant sentiments prevail In the Iron
and steel Industry.
Supplies of natb hides are accumulat
ing, owing to the liberal movement of cattle-,
and the tone Is easy, but small st... ka
of branded hides maintain that depart
ment Woolen Roods are advancing because r,f
the upward tendency of raw wool, and
purchasers are more willing to place con
tracts at privilege rates.
Failures this week number 2.2 in the
United States against 232 hist year and 11
In Canada compared with 17 a year ago.
Week's Review FTom Eradstreet's.
, . I j , i i i ; I v i , i-.. wv, uiauDieci.i . .
morrow will s;i
Distributive trade generall Is marking
time, while past results and future pros
pects are eu' e-cts of consideration. A
period ."'f marked. en unexp. '.'! actlv
lt in holiday Roods of hlgh"i ih.in usual
quality haei brought to a .lose a -,ir
which, because of mrwk.d Improvement in
the last quarter has eunded better 'ban
it began and certainly in far better shape
than seemed possible at the turn of the
W hob-sale trade is naturally of the liRht
e t at this season of StOi k-t-iklng and the
llurrv in raw cotton have tx-en additional
chining Influences Rather less than the
usual annual clearing saleti have occurred
because of the. notable absence of sb" k .
of finished goods pressing for sale. ol
lectlons show some effect from the recent
heavv circulation of money in rail lines
In niarged receipts
Industry Is of notably large volume for
this season Of the year-, especially In Iron
and steel and kindred lines of manufac
ture Railway returns are favorable In that
Increased earnings are quite general and
the only drawback Is the country wide
reports of ear shortage
At tin- Weft an Important feature has
been the ni-eaklng up of th- winter wheat
. h .i ight
Prices of metals have hardened this
week copper on go. Hi demand, advancing
t.. the highest point yet reached.
Wool Is strong and stocks In dealers'
hands are the lightest In years This
makes for strength In the finished nrod
u:t. business In which however, Is light
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Dec 30 The close of the Bos
ton wool market for the year ISO! Is char
acterised by remarkable shortage in the
amount of wool on hand. In fart, the
scarcity of the supply Is occasioning trad
ers In this, the chief wool market of th
United States, considerable apprehension
.-;s to whether serious conditions win bo
int.. -red Ik ton- th arrival of a new
T'le Boston Commercial Bulletin has
Juat completed Its annual canvass of the
wool supply Of the country It will Bay
tomorrow that Boston greets lsni "with a
startling situation." it finds that the sup
ply of wool, domestic and foreign on
hand unsold here, Is the smallest carried
over In fifteen (rears The Journal reports
lhat th' r are of .1! kinds of wool ,,nu
tt,000k000 pounds on sale in Boston and
that Of this smal iMtnl but 2t,. VM.i.-i ,,r.
i inly 42.00O.OUO pounds of domestic word is
left unsold in tne l nit en wiaies against
112.0CO.ijOO last year. The total supply of
foreign unsold grades is but 11. 50ft. 000
pounds The total supplv of all kinds In
th.- country Is ISSS than "d. 000,000 pounds
This is K.tld to be tho smallest supply on
hand In the United States In a groat
It Should be stated thai the mills are
heavily stock-d and that millions of
pounds belonging to them and not for sale
still are stored In this country The Bo -t
o stool market remains firm.
New York Sugar.
NKW YORK. Dec. 30. Sugar, raw.
stead) fair refining, 4c; centrifugal, v,-
test. Hc: .molasses sugar, 4S- Refine, 1,
firm, crushed, i' V; powdered, 96.85; granu
lated, $'. ;..
St Louis Wool.
ST. LOl'IS. Dec. 30. -Wool steady,
inedlum grades, combing an.i clothing,
2'.29c; light n". lfi22c: heavy flue, lifl
18c; tub washt d 27fl Hi
WASHINGTON, Dec SO. Today's state
ment Of the Treasury balances in the gen
oral fund, exduslvi of th.- 81(0,000,000 gold
reserve In the division of redemption,
phows Available cash balance, 8142,795,
100; gold, $-S0.13L2;.
Menaced by Mountaineers.
TANGIER. Dec. 30. Tin? town of Al
va zar is again menaced by a largt
number of mountain, . i s belonging to
the Kiibyles tribe. They are the- same
tribesmen who recently besieged ih.
town in consquence of a dispute be-
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice is hereby given that a spe. lal
meeting of the stockholders of the Eagle
Mining company, a corporation of Utah.
Is called and will ho held at the offit 0 of
the company, room 200 Atlas block. West
Second South street. Salt l.ik- City.
ltah. on Monday, the 20lh day of Janu
ary, lima, at 12 o'clock noon f lhat da
for the pur nose of ratifying, adopting and
confirming the action of the hoard of di
rectors of said company taken on Novem
ber 22. 1904. in authorising the execution
and delivery to a h Sibley of Detroit,
Michigan, f a written agreement to sell
and convev, option to purchase and Ien9e
of all the mining and personal property ol
the corporation situate In Cl bli I OVS min
ing district Baker and Grant counties,
Oregon, for the price and on the t rm
anel conditions mention, d In suld agre--ment.
and also fe,r the purpose of ratify
ing, approving and adopting sai.i agree
ment, option and lease, a copy of which is
on tile with the secretary of sal.' company,
room 3'0 Atlas block, aforesaid, for the
Inspection of any stockholder
Bv order of the board of directors.
EAi IDE .MINI NO COMPANY
By L U, C 'I .HATH Presldi nt
WM RISCH 10 L. Secretary. 1213s
IN THK THIRD JUDICIAL. DISTRICT
court of the State of Utah, in and (or Sa! i
Lake county. In the mutter of the appli
cation of the Golden Star Mining & Mill- 1
Ing company, a corporation, organized
and existing under the laws of the Slate
Of Utafa to he dlsOl ei.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR
PORATION. I Notice Is hereby given that application
nil limi ... vau.il lno
board of directors of the Golden Star
Mining .v Milling company, a corpora
tion organized and existing under the
lawa of the State of Utah having Its
office or principal place of busln. ss at
Salt Lake City. In Salt Lake county. SLit
of Ctah for an order of this court dis
solving said corporation. Said applica
tion was tiled on the 12th day of Decem
ber. 1904, and an order of court, has
been made t hereon by Honorable C
Mor.se Judge ,.f said ,rt directing the
said application be tT.ed with the c-v
and that the undersigned, Clerk of said
court, give notice of such application b
publication for a period of thltty-flve cTo
days said period expiring on January
in, 1906 in the Snlt Lake Daily Tribune,
a newspaper having general circulation
In said Salt Lake county, within whit h
time any person may file his objections to
tald application. Thl-. notice Is publl bed
pursuant to said order
(Seal) JOHN 7AME3,
County Clerk and CWk of the District
Court Salt Lnke County, Utah.
By David B. Davlos. Deputy Clerk.
Dated December 12th 1901. dloiS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
fulled States for the District of Utah.
In the matter of K. J. McNeill. Vol. bankrupt-In
bankruptcy No. 771.
To the creditors of K. J McNeill of Salt
Lake city n the county ..f Salt I-ake and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice Is her.-hy given tnat on the 2 t !-
day of Deoembi r. A D 1904, the said F
J. McNeill wns duly adjudicated, bank-
rupt, and that the first me. ting of his
creditors will be held at my offlci In the I
i '. mmerclal block on the 11th day of Jan- j
uary. ItHio. at 11 o'clock a m . at which i
time the said creditors may attend, prove l
their cbflms. appoint n trustee, examine i
in- bankrupt and transact such other
business as may properly come before i
said meeting 1
Refere In Bankruptcy.
Salt ijike city. Utah, I 10 1804 03123 j
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
The annual meotlng of the stockholders
vi the Keith-O'Brien company will be
held at the office of the company, room
No. 100, Da Id Keith building. In Salt
Lake City. Salt Iko county, Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17. IK'S, at 2 o'clock p.
m., for tho election of officers and tho
transaction of such other business as
shall lawfully come before It,
E G KIDDER Secretary.
Salt Lake City. Utah, December 13.
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