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S THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. ; 9 ' l
ftDCealment Made of Fact
(professionaI Mampnla- i
K tors Control Market.
MP TO. ENTER ANY DENIAL
Kta of Importance in Day's
Xs Account for Ad
K ranee in Quotations.
cnnh - -m unusual
llB T? the current upward move
JBLm In the stock market Is
.'b, with which admissions aro
Btfffe Par" Plcd by profession.
HLmAn5 to this effect are common
fB""f hp market otters and ad
B?Ut uv commission houses to
iHte Ar prepared for general pub
A small combination of
Br capitalists Is given credit
fa Pacifies, and there Is no
tM belief In the large part
KTnulpuIation In the advance.
Kftxrlnian himseb, while as
filth In the value of his prop
fJflKted In the advancing ouo
Ki Elven public expression to
KXa that much of the market
IHBuarcs represents sales made
BSr sales between professional
JEr in fact, make up the largest
IHSslnc activltv in market trans -
!HZt Is clear that so long as
4Kturers are willing to take the
KLi the latest sellers nt an ad
HiBiws. the succession of paper
'JKrM continue. Mr. Harrlman's
.Hi nlcht applv to such dealings.
BTVnot unusual hy a period of
VK tscitement, under the same
UjKddlipoiltion. to sell and realize
Khcjh. changes the completion
The description would also
ifHIVti wnfacllons on "matched or
VPeeren to "washed sales, " which
l Bmvi upon by the rulea of the
'fHWcSiiise. but which are disclosed
fdktf the methods brought out by
ijiHfatkn by firms which have fallen
JEItni & llltle news today to ex
wmto vpnl movement: of stocks.
Woa Pacific and Southern Pacific
:Hm Hrnla5S for June and showed
vBfac c:te cut down sufficiently to
4iKtiLi overcome the decline In gross
'K and to establish gains over
HiTlut vein The rate of the de
i(jB;b tms earnings, however, was
. tHu ptat as for June, and the im
BdHaset In the net return boro no por
fcTtht iivance wljlch has taken
flOHt h'tie price' of the scares. The
"PHus Union statement of earnings for
'4Bfel;sbtr quarter had some senti
jMtih lis transformation of a deficit
.KfHTcl.H,961,551 Into a surplus this
jB.4f But last 3-ear's oper-
j Hi 'tf tie comrany were hampered by
'fhenpttrs' strike, leaving the com
'piHulue as a reflection of busi
UoGdlUtzi in general.
MHl Mr crop news did not quiet the
p it anxiety over the corn crop.
3fcr tu towr in London. The day's
ts'Ia tbi money market were not
efSjKPftfe b the quotations. The rise in
, itMp.athic here compels some at
. iMK' has revived discussion of
fjnwWIrol gold export again. The
itl jB' 15 FUppoFcd to be for large
ifsiKs sovcrninent loans abroad.
Tmthmaa profits had some" slight ef-
"P teKlnp the day's extreme ad-
m!wit:t firm' Total salcs' par value
"ri Stitts bonds were unchanged on
guffs Hcvr York Bonds.
'jffJjt'f. Krtj.Japnn is '. .. SO
r (MfiH wjpon 704 do 4is nil
iiRfcrf5 ....101 do 2nd series . nCU
mammon ....101 .Mox Cen 4s S2
LJr5... ,1205' do 1st inc 17
h?Mgiy.-KHM & StL 4s.... SO.
LJp;Tob is . ,5 m, K & T 4s,. O'J
3 ' jmM HO do 2nds S4a
IiJM&V1 ...lOU NRR 0f Me.- c j& 81 i
5Jjt ... Y C gen 3ls.. 821
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f Mi '"l1 xd0 Ss
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k Kt ill ii,A1 enn cv 3is 95"
?enn Con 4s ..101
1 1H3 ;S (Siding gen 4s. 99i
JB .nir-J?, B1 of Cuba 5s-102i
VMQMSi . lUft & SF fg 4s 10 J
EiJiWmir 13 iiitL Sn con is. 7i,
JKS !" i lepac,r i '"C SO
rSt SnIUinway ' 5. 1024
Alptv 5a T. StL & W 4s . 7G
'"'li .0 cv 4s r.s3
New York Mo"cy. I
-MSmV,1"- aClose: Money
mf 16 ll'f1',"111: vuHng rate.
hftfEetat? ' 1 ,,er ccnt; oercd
.VrilBlrdkvl?i: Blxty d3rs - P1'
y WB5 5 ' 1 1,er Cflnl' slx months,
nWBK'wnUle paper, ljj per eent.
l5SvM,,. cillS ,Ht 81.85.73
jRj Trfttmc Want Ads.
ggjLJnd. phono 3G0-348.
jK Depositors .
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COPPER IS WEAKER
AT H0 ABROAD
Metal Markets Generally De
void of Life and Strength;
4- PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET f
-J- Silver 51 ic r
Copper (electro.) ?13.37J(g;i3.S25
Lead0. $l.r.5(gn 60 f
4 . v
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. The London tin
market more than lost the advance of the
previous day. closing at 130 15s for spot
and 132 for futures. The local market
was weak In conquence, with spot quoted
Copper was lower In London at 61 15s
for futures. The local market was weak
and unchanged, with lako quoted at
Sl3.5013.75i electrolytic nt $13,37113.625
and casting- at 513.12(gil3.37j.
Lead was lower In London at 13 Is 6d.
The local market was easy but unchanged
Spelter advanced 2s Cr to 10 Cd In
the London market. Locally iho market
was firm at 54.75 ffii.&O.
Iron was lower in the English market,
with standard foundry quoted at ole 3d
and Cleveland warrants at 52s 90. No
change was reported In the locul market.
No. 1 foundry northern, SI 6.50( 17.25: Xo.
2 northern foundry. S16(?16.75; Xo.
southern and No. 1 do soft, 516.75(517.25.
Closing Stock List.
I Sales.! H. j L. jClse
Amalgam Copper ...i 200J 731 79i 7Pj
Amer Car and Fdy..l 500 40J 40i 40
preferred ! ; 105
Amer Cotton Oil 400 35 35ii 353
Amer H and L. pfd.. 100 201 201' 20i
Amer Ice Securities.. 1,100 29 28?! 28?
Amer Linseed I j 10
Amer Locomotive ... 25,800 52 I 50i 50J
preferred .. 200 104 J 1041 1041
Amer Smelt and Ref. 32,900 9G 94 J 95i
preferred 900 107S 106? 106i
Amer Sugar Ref.... 1.400 1346)134 11331
Amer Tobacco pfd .. 300 955' 951 Pnl
Amer Woolen J 1 2.'i
Anaconda Mng Co... 2.S00 4S i 47a' 47J
Atchison I 7.000 91! 005 00$
preferred ' !....(-.... 05
Atlantic Coast Line! 700 91 J 00 90
Baltimore & Ohio... 17.200l00 OSlf 99
preferred .... i .... ; So
Brook Rapid Transit.' 7,000 j" 54 54J 54J
Canadian Pacific .... 1.300 173 172j.172i
Central Leather 1 1.200 28? 2Sj, 2S
preferred ; 100 99 99 I 9Si
Cent of N Jersey.... 100 20S 20S 210
Chesapeake & OhloJ 11.500 44J 4351 13;
Chicago Gr. Western.. 1.200: M CJ G
Chicago & Xorthwes 17T00 164i 12;1G4$
Chi. ar & St Paul... 21.100 145114481144
CCC St Louis I 100 54 51S' 5ii
Colo Fuel and Iron.. 2.400 37 i 363 CGi
Colo & Southern I 1.100. 37 3G1 3Gi
1st preferred ! 700 Go 05 G1;
2nd preferred ! 300 591 59 59
Con. Gas : 25.SO0 154 151 153?
Corn Products i 19
Delaware & Hudson. 300 172 171 i 170J
D & R G 400 27 2GJ 265
Distillers' Securities . 200 34i 3t 34S
Erie 92.G00 31 2Si 30t
1st preferred 0,200 46 44j 451
2nd preferred 1.S00 3G3 343 364
General Electric 1.200 145jJ44 11433
Gr Northern pfd 21.S00 I39s l3? 13SZ
do ore cert 2.000 071 GGJl G6J
Illinois Central 11.300 1431111311431
Intc-rb'oro Met 2,000 IIS Hi 111
preferred 300 343 331 331
International Paper 10
preferred ' 700 582 5SJ 55
International Pump 900 25i 24? 24j
Iowa Central ..; 200 3 71 1 16 17
K C Southern 500 2S I 27 27
preferred 200 G28 62 61
Louis & Nashville... 1,500 110j!l09 106i
Mexican Central ! ; GJ
Minn & St Louis 200 29J 2Ui 29 J
, M, St P & S S M. . . . 600 124 1233 12SI
Mo Pacific 2,800 57B ",Gil 57
M. K &, Texas..;....; 13.G00 233 32 32Z
preferred 3,000 065 G5 ' G5J
National Lead 3.500 S43' S41 Sli
New York Central... 2,000:1 On . 10 18 105a
N Y, O .t Western.. 7,600' 43 42i' 42t
Norfolk & Western.. 1,100 75J 7 Jfe! 75
North American I ! G2
Northern Pacific .... 31,700 14Gj,M3U35R
Pacltlc Mall 3,500 27J 25J' 274
Pennsylvania 5.S0O 1255 124:12ljj
People's Gas ... 2.400 97 963, 97
P. C C fc St Louis.. 200 7$ 772' 76
Pressed Steol Car... 200 34J 313' 34
Pullman Palace Car.1 '1G6
Railway St Spring... 300 42i 421 42$
Reading . ' 123.400 1318 129S'l304
Republic Steel 500 24 23-j! 231
preferred 500 $2 81 ! SI
Rock Inland Co 1.200 17? 17? 17S
preferred 3.400I 35 31 j 35
St L & S V 2nd pfd.! 300 2GD 2C.V 251
St Louis Southwest.. 300 ITS 17ii; 179
preferred 300 41$ 4ii 441
Sloss Shcf S and Iron 100 64 64 635
Southern Pacinc .... 44.900 1103 1091. 109il
Scuthern Railway ... 16.G00 22il 21 22
preferred 4,200 538 52J 531
Tenn. Copper 500 381 38 "SB
Texas & Pacific 3,100 258 25 25J
T, St L & Western.. 500 26 26 25?
T. St L & West pfd. 200 573 591 57
Union Pacific 91.300 1G81 107 1GS
preferred 1,100 S9J SSj 891
U S Rubber 33
1st preferred 200 101 101 1001
U S Steel 51.700 173 47 471
preferred 6,200 112 111J 111(1
Utah Copper 500 45! 15' 45
Virginia Caro Chcm. 700 29? 29 29!
preferred , I09i
Wabash . .- 200 123 12? 12
preferred 500 268 26l 26
Westing Electric ... 500 76! 74 1 1 75
Western Union 2.G0O 59? 5S?j 59 j
Wheel & L Erie 9
Wlacon Central 5O0I 25 24 j 21j
Total salea for the day, 801,100 shares.
New Yovk Tlour and Grain.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. Flour Receipts,
47.900 harrelB; ex'ports. 12,200 barrels;
sales. G750: market steady but. quiet.
Wheat Receipts. 26.000 busilr-ls; ex
ports. 30,100 bushels; sales, 1,600,000 fu
nirfa. IGu.OOO ppot. Spot easy; No, 2 rod.
$1,0231.01 elevator; No. 2 red. ?l-03?
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Dululh,
' ?1.09B r o. b. ailoal; No. 2 hard whiter.
?1.061 f. o. b afloat. Under the weight of
tremendous primary recipt and a big
Increase In world'H stocks for the week,
the wheat market broke sharply today
and closed 9c net lower. September
elosod $1.04?; December closod SI. 043c;
May closed 51.061.
WASHINGTON. Sept. O.Tudav's
rttatKiiK-nt or tho treasury balances in the
general fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000
gold reserve, shows; Available cnsdi bal
ances. $1S7,1G5.D3I; gold coin and bullion,
$JI,J29,(35; gold certificates. $30,763,920.
DAY IN MARKETS
Buffalo Bill's Show Affects the
Buying of Things to
, After a moderately busy day, Tuesday,
local produce dealers had a pretty quiet
time Wednesday. Nothing new made an
appearance and the demand for all lines
of eatables was unusually light. The
dearth of'buslncss the dealers attributed
largely to tho fact that tho "circus was
In town." and everybody had pone to
"take In" that "Oh, 'Buffalo Bill" Is the
only thing that Is In demand today." de
clared one well-known dealer on commis
Nevertheless there was a good variety
of eatables displayed ou the various
stands, but no features in the way of
price changes were presented, although
Indications are that there will be a. num
ber of decreases in quotations during the
next several days.
Plenty of fine pears were offered Tues
day, at 51.50 a bushel, and peaches were
obtainable at the rate of 65 cents per
case. Tomatoes were listed at 65 cents
a bushel, which, the dealers declare. Is
the lowest ilgure at which tho vegetable
will be offered this season. Cherries are
practically off. tho market.
Grapes are now at their best and arc
exceedingly plentiful- Tho fruit Is quoted
at several different prices, but a very
good variety is obtainable at the? rate of
throe pounds for 25 cents. Better grades
run as high as 15 cents a pound, and the
small black grape can be purchased for
5 cents a pound. A limited supply of
California nursery-raised strawberries arc
still ou tho market at 20 cents per pint
CHICAGO. Sept. 9. Cattle Receipts,
about 14.000; market, strong to 10c higher;
beoves, $3.7037.70: Texans, $3 505; west
erns. S3.40(ffi).10; stockers and feeders,
$2.!04.50: cows and heifers. 51.S0Q5.S0;
Hog Receipts, about IS. 000: market,
about 5c higher: light. 56.40J?7.02j; mixed,
56.40(R'7.12!. heavy, $6.407.15; rough.
SiS.40i5j6.60; good to choice lieavy. 56.00(0'
7.15: pigs. 54.15()G.05: bulk. SeOOG.
Sheep Receipts, about 30,000; market. I
weak: natives. $2.30(4.30 : western. 52.25
(M.oO; yearlings. $ 4.20'5,4.S0; lambs, J3.50
Gj'5.90; western?. 53.50 6.
OMAHA. Neb.. Sept. 9.Cr.ttle Re
ceipts, 7000; market steady to stronger;
native steers. 5 1. 255 7.50; cows and heif
ers. S34 50; western steers, 53.505.60;
Texas stecA's. 531.G5: range cows and
heifers. 52.50(?j) i-25; canners. $2fi)3; stock
ers and feeders $2.75?I 5: calves. 53fC' o 5u
bulls and stags. $2.253.25.
Hogs Receipts. 4700; market, a shade
stronger; heavy. 56.50fj'6.75; mixed. 56.60(fp
G.70; llpht. 56.606.80; pigs, 5"'.30 G.25;
bulk of salcs, 56. 60 6.70.
Sheep Receipts. 15,600; market, steady;
yearling. 544.35; wether?. 53.25Q3.90;
ewes. 535I3.G5; lambs, 54. 75(0 5.25.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 9. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1 1.000; market, steady to 10c high
er; native steorc $5(5'"0; native cows
and heifers. 52&5.50; stockers and feod
ers. $2.S05: bulls. 52.25(g3-25; calves,
53.75(56.75; western steers, 53.7505.20;
western cows. 52.40(3 3.60.
Hogs Receipts, 9000; market, 5c higher;
bulk of sales. $6.65(56.95; heavy. 56.007:
packers and butchers, 50.70(3 7; light, 56.50
ig.6.90; pigs. 55.406.
Sheep P.ocelpts. 7000; market, weak;
muttons. 53.S0f4.25; Iambs. 54.25ig5.G5:
range wethers, $3.5004 30; fed ewes, 53.25
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Sept 9. Wool Steady.
Medium grades, combing and clothing.
19G?20c; light fine. 16GHGic; heavy fine,
1110112c; tub washed. 20Q27C.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. Sept. 9. Special cables
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstroet's show the following
changes In available supplies, as com
pared with previous accounts:
Wheat United States east of Rockies,
increase 2.489.000: Canada, increase 1.
025,000. Total, United States and Cana
da, increased 3,514,000. Afloat for apd
in Europe, Increased 2,400.000. Total.
American and European supply, Increased
Corn United States and Canada, in
Oats United States and Canada, In
The leading Increases and decreases re
ported this week follow:
Increases Manitoba, 1.032.000 bushels;
Minneapolis, private elevators. 100,000;
Port Worth. 91,000 bushels; Nashville.
Decreases Portland. Mo,. S2.000 hush
els; Omaha, 81.000 bushels; Chicago, pri
vate eleators. 70.000 bushels: 03dens.
burc f.t oon huabels.
. Mustang liniment
THE PAIN RELIEVER.
It works like magic.
Takes all the hurt
FOR out of the little dally
c, . accidents.
n Limbers up a slut
Burns' Joint and takes the
Cuts, "kink" out of a
Lameness, Cleanses, antisepti-
Lumbago, cally, and heals old
Neuralgia, sre8 and
Old Sores, No matter how long
p., stapdmp or deep
""es' seated the pain,
Ulcers. Mexican Mustang
! WHEAT MARKET II
UNDER HEAVY SELLING
Weak Cables aud Falling Off in
! Export Demand Exert Their I
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. An absence of ex
port demand and a liberal Increase In the
world's available stocks caused weakness
in the wheatVniarkct here today, closing
quotations being i(J?Sc to Jc below yester
day's final figures. Corn closed firm, oats
easy and provisions steady.
The wheat market was subjected to
considerable selling pressure all day. and
a heavy tone prevailed the onilio sua
sion. Tho market was bearlshly affect
ed at the start by weak cables and by
continued liberal receipts In the North
west, and openod with prices ic to 3c bc
, low tin previous close. The apparent
difference of foreign traders to sell quite I
freely in the early session, and as the1
session advanced the selling became moro
general, elevators and northwestern In-
tcrests Joining In the movement. Brad
streets' report of the world's visible sup
ply was one of the chief depressing in
fluences, and showed an increase of 5.
911,000 bushels for tho week.
! A falling off In export demand also
tended to weaken the market. All local
export houses claimed that there was no
domain for wheat, and cash concerns al
so asserted that the demand by shippers
and mlllors was equally sla'ck for cash
whfat. New York, however, reported that
foreigners had bought a little wheat there.
The market closed weak at almost the
lowest point. Clearances of wheat and
flour wore equal to 229.000 bushels. Prim
ary receipts were 2.047,000 bushels, com
pared with 721,000 the corresponding day
a year ago. Minneapolis. Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 101'4 cars,
against 525 last week and 370 Cars a year
Demand for corn was fairly active all
I day, and offerings at no time were llb
I eral. The market closed firm, with prices
'up c to JtfTZe. Local receipts were 112
I cars, with 107 of contract grndo.
Selling of September and December de- :
liveries by cash houses was the feature j
of trade in the oats market. Tho mar- j
ket was Influenced to a large extent by (
the weakness of wheat, sentiment being I
I bearish all day. At the close prices were 1
t ic to Jc below the previous close.
Shorts were free buyers of lard, but
aside from that the provisions market was
dull al day. Prices at the close were 5c i
lower to 7jc higher.
Estimated receipts tomorrow: Wheat. 52 I
cars; corn, 210; oats, 275. Hogs, 22,000 I
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open High Low Close
Septomber .. 97? 9S5 9SJ 9Si
December . . 97 97i 961 9Gg
May 1.00s 1.00J 99 l.OOi
September .. 79 793 79 TPS
December .. 6SI CSi GS GS1
Mny 66 61 GG 6GJ
September .. 49i t9t 49i . 491
December . . 501 0i 50 50i
May 52J 52E 52J 52J
Mesa Pork, per barrel
September ..14 .05 14.65 14.60 1 1.60
October 14.774 1 1.77J 14.671 14.67i
January lG.42i 16.45 16.37J 10.371
Lard, per 100 pounds
September .. 9.725 0.725 9.725 9.72J
October 9.82 9.S2J 9.775 i . 77
January 9.60 9.60 9.57; 9.60
Short Ribs, per 100 pounde j
September ..9.15 9.15 9.15 9.15
October 9.20 9.20 9.125 9.17S
January S.60 S.60 S.55 S.55 j
CASH QUOTATIONS. i
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour, j
steady: No. 3 spring wheat, 94c(f51.04; I
No. 2 rod. 98985c; No. 2 corn. S0lpS0ie;
No. 2 yellow, S0(gi80Jc: No. 3 white oats.
49051c; No. 2 rye. 757Gjc; pood feeding j
barley, G0(JJ'62e; fair to choice malting, j
63fi6t)c; No. 1 Northwestern flax seed,
51.25$; prime timothy seed. 53.50; short
ribs, slds (loose), 58.875319.25; mess pork,
per barrel. 514.60ffiil4.65; lard, per 100
pounds, 59.75; short clear sides (boxed, i
59.259 50; whiskey, basis of high winos, !
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles Receipts. Shipments, i
Flour, barrels 45.300 2S.O0O '
Wheat, bushels lSG.OOn 28.600
Corn, bushels 378.000 28S.100
Oats, bushels 499,500 112.800
Rye. bushels 11.000 3.500
Barh-y, bushels 17S.900 6S.600
On the produce exchange today the
butter market was atoady; creameries, IS j
(fi)22ic; dairies, 17()20c; eggs, firm, at !
mark, cases included. lOrlSe; firsts, 21c; j
prime firsts, 22c; cheese, steady, llgffl3c. j
NEW YORK. Sept. 9. Tho market for
evaporated apploe was quiet, with six
cents offered for November delivery of
prime. Franey are quoted at 953il03c on
spot, choice at 7tfj9c: prime. GJ(f63c, and
common to fair. 5(ff.6c.
Prunes are quiet,-both on snot and for
forward shipments. 'Quotations range
from lc to 13c for California and from
6Jc to 75c for Oregon fruit. Apricots are
quiet, with choice quoted at S5(i'8Jc; extra
choice, 9i(Li'92c; fancy, lOJfrllc.
Peaches remain dull, with choice quo
led at 7Jigi73c; extra choice, 7Jff'Sc; fancy,
Raising are quiet, locally, with buyers
showing sl disposition to await the out- j
conn of the Hltuatlon on the coat. where i
strong Interests aro said to bo opposing
the market. Loose muscatel arc quoted i
at -HQ file: cholcr fancy seeded. iKir;
seedless. lillGc; London layers, 51. GO
Now York Suoai.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9. Sugar Raw. j
easy; fair refining, 3.10c; centrifugal. .96
test. 3.90c; molusses sugar. 8.15c: refined.
qulot; crushed. 5.0c; powdered. 5.20c;
j Now York Produce. i
NEW YORK. Sept. 9 IJutter Firm; i
creamery specials. 245c; extras. 281i?'2le. I
Choose Finn: unehunged. 1
Eggs .Steady: unchanged.
Every leu !
wSwttvi Is liltrrvitcil ami oUnulrt know j
toVIww1Vv about tho wonderful
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it lie cwinot supply Uin OjBrb. Vwj
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mil r-nrliculnr imil 'Urefltloun in. VmU. Kh
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ror oalo by F. J. Hill Drue Co.. F. a
Bcbrrvmm. Charle Van Dyko and Qodb
I Curious Compound Capsules combiuo (
1 tlio virtues of Big G, Pahst O. K.. San
tal Pepuin, and soil for 51.25 a box.
Mail orders promptly attended to. DouU
Drug Co., Distributors, 338 Main SL, ,
' Salt Lake City.
None genuine without tlae trado marli :
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POSITIVE CURE J
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Kidneys. Ko euro no pay
Cures quickly aud Perma
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Sold by druggist?. Prlco
31.00, or by mail, postpaid,
?1 (X), 3 boxes 52.75.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIII CO., I
DEU.CFOflTAI.NE, OHIO. ;
F. J. Hill Drug Co, Slit Lake City. .
Notice Is hereby given by the City
Council of Salt Lake City of the intention
of such Council to make the following de
scribed Improvement, to wit:
Extending and laying sewer laterals of
vitrified nipe eight (8). ten (10) and
twelve (12) inches in diameter within the
following described limits: ttoglnnlng at
the center of Seventh East and Ninth 1
South streets, thence south alonjj the
center line of Seventh East street to the
center of Belmont avenun. thence cast
I along Iho center line of Belmont avenue
j to tho center of Eighth East 3treet.
I thence south along tho center line of
Eighth East street to the center of Her
1 bert avenue, thence cast along tho center
line of Herbert avenue to tho center of '
: Windsor street, thence south along the j
center lino of Windsor street to a point
j 172.26 feet south of the south side of I
I Herbert avenue, thoncc east to life cen- I
t ter of Ninth East street, thenco south
along tho center line of Ninth East street j
to a point 254.1 feet south of tho south
1 side of Herbert avenue, thence cast to
the center of Tenth East struct, thence
i north along the center line of Tenth East I
I street to the center of Ninth South street, i
thenco west along the centor line of .
, Ninth South street to the center of Sev- j
; enth East otreot. the place of beginning.
In Sewer District No. 1. and defray the
! abutters' portion of the cost and expense
i thereof, estimated at fourteen thousand ;
two hundred seventy-eight and 36-100
(S14.278.3C) dollars: three thousand fifty- ,
I four and 63-100 (53054-66) dollars, or one
I and 96-100 (51.96) dollars per front or
llnenr foot of abutting property for sewer
' on side of streets, there being 1"5S.5 feet
abutting said portion of said improvc
i ment; and eleven thousand two lmndred
I twenty-three and 70-100 (511.223.70) dol- ,
lars. or 98-100 (S0.9S) dollars per front or ,
linear foot for sewer in center of streets,
there being 11,452.70 feet nbuttlng said
portion of said Improvement, by a local
assessment upon the lots or pieces of
wound within the following described dis
trict, being the district to be affected
and benefited by said improvement, :
SEWER IN CENTER OF STREET.
The cast aide of lot 1, the east sldo of
lots 22 to 10. inclusive, the west side of 1
lots 2 to 21. inclusive, block 4; the cast :
side of lot 1, the east side of lots 22 to
40, Inclusive, the west side of lots 2 to
21, inclusive, block 3; the east side of ,
lot 1. the east sldo of lots 22 to 40. in- j
elusive, the wost side of lots 2 to 21, i
inclusive, block 1; tho east side of lot 1. i
the cast side of lots 22 to 40. inclusive, I
; the west side of lots 2 to 21, inclusive, I
block 2. Belmont subdivision, block 17; I
tho east aide of let 1, the cast side of I
i lots 12 to 20, Inclusive, the west side of
I lots 2 to 11. inclus've. block 1; the east i
1 side of lot 1, the cast side of lots 12 to 1
! 20. 'ncluslvc, the west side of lots 2 to (
11. Inclusive, block 2. South Belmont sub-
division, block 17; the oast side of lot 1. i
tho east side of lots 7 to 10. inclusive, I
tho west side of lots 2 to 6. Inclusive,
block 1 ; the east side of lot 1, the cast j
side of lots 7 to 10. Inclusive, the west I
sldM of lots 2 to 6. Inclusive, block 2.
North Windsor subdivision, block IS: the
east side of lot 1. tho east. side of lots 11
j to 18. Inclusive, the vost side of lots 2 to
I 10. inclusive, block 1; tho east sale of
lot 1, the east side of lots 11 to IS. In
clusive, the west side of lots 2 to 10, ln
elusive, block 2, Windsor subdivision; tins
! east side of lots 1 to 9. inclusive, the west
I sldo of lots 10 to IS, Inclusive, the cast
, side of lota 19 to 27. inclusive, lb v::-tl
sldo of lots 2S to 36. Inclusive.' Miller Si
I Miller's subdivision, block 18; the cast
sldo of lots IS to 24, Inclusive, tho wi-t
side of lots 7 to 13, inclusive, block 1; the ,
oast side of lot3 17 to 23. Inclusive, the l
i ivcst sldo of lots 7 to 13. inclusive, the I
! west Hide of lot 14. block 2. Hampton's 1
i subdivision, block IS; tho cast side of lot
; 12, the west side of the cast 330 feet of '
lot 12, the east side of the west 363 feet
of lot 12. the west side of the east 7 '6
feet of lot 12: the north 172.1S feet r.r
tho cast sldo of lot 16. the north K2 :G
feet of tho west side of the east 330 foot
of lot 1G, block IS. all In flve-acro plat
"A," Big Field survey. ,
SEWER ON SIDE OF STREET.
The cast 132 feet of tho nortli side of
lot 21. block I; Iho wast 132 feet of the
north side of lot 22. (ho east 132 feet of
the nortli side of lot 21. block 3, Belmont
subdivision, block 17; tho north 6!dc of
lots 14 to 1". inclusive, block 1; tho north
aide of lols 15 and lit, the cast 173 feet
of the north side of lot 14, block 2, Ilump
ton'u subdivision, block IS; tho west i:.,.
feet of tho cast 157 feot of the north side
of lot 12, the west 132 feet of the cast
205 foist of tho north sldo of lot 12, the
west 131.75 feot of the east 552.75 feet r.f
the north side of lot 12, the west i;:i.75
feet of tho east 7.01 feet of the north side
of lot 12, block IS, all in live-acre plat
"A." Big Field survey. i
All protests and objections to the carry
ing out of cuch intention must bo pre
sented in writing to thu City Recorder
on or before tho 14th day of September.
1908. bi;tng the tlmo sec by suld Council
when it will hear a.nd consider such pro
tests and objections as may bo made 1
By order of the City Council of Salt ,
Lake City. Utah.
Dated April 13. 1908.
J. B. MORETON. City Recorder. I
Sewer Extension No. 203. C2520 j
CALL TOP. BIDS.
Sealed proposals for the construction of I
a dralnaKO aystoin. combined curbs and
gutters and about 54,000 square yards
of hard-surface- pavoinqnt. In accordance I
with tho plana, specifications and other
data now on file and open to Inspection
In tho offlco of tho city engineer of
Lewlston. Idaho, will bo rccolved until
, 8 p. m. September 4. 1908.
Each proposal shall bo accompanied by
a certified chock on a Lewlston bunk In
tho sum of $5,000.
Tho rluht to reject any or all blda is
JOHN E. NICICERSON,
Dated August 11. 190S. City Clork.
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