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THE SALT LAJKE TRIBUTE, FRIDAY MOKfiHSTG-, FEBETJAftY 16, 1912. gjiB
fterai Strength Developed
S tfy Ncv York Stock
pppER ISSUES HIGHER
ILin Demand for Short
ime Securities Feature in
i Wall Street
5'MLyORK. Feb. 16.-i:ndcr the lead
mtl 'Union Pacific and United States
Mf - L market developed moderate
These two leaders, as
"fii Great Northern preferred, Ca
SJ Tftclflc and Reading, improved a
C or more. In the afternoon prices
SEdfind net changes were small;
MLtital traders sought eagerly plans
SBilocki!, but were able to form no
tmW? .Sva Issues, of which several
iBFJ'.H at r king prices. Amerl
A1" United Cigars preferred.
'JS Metropolitan preferred, Na
"Wflffifi "referred. Mackey compa
jBrilrr Steel Spring preferred and
AS I to 5 polnk Reduction
K "airidend on Federal Mining &
K "preferred was followed by a
XKTata point In that Ftock. Reading
flftftutt and later recovering it.
WHroBd of New Jersey lost lo
K' copper slocks responded to re
a better tone in the metal
Lt snd a heavy foreign demand.
IEimited Copper, American hmcll
VKlTJtah Copper all rose a point or
iBftvillm of & broadening demand for
ttnn securities led various corpor
'(, Tbtrin negotiations for such
:tK Wing of securities of this kind
UflFttld by bankers to have increased
fiJHtertblr. Tho exchange rate de-
'Mnr In the bond market shrank
:l"BtfUcnAtel- with the transactions in
ISE, but prices were relatively maln-
."S ules; par value, $2,256,000.
xKj Et&tcs Ss coupon declined and
' -TEt jtste red i on call.
fojMF OlosIflR Stock List,
.jtjMr, I Sales.l H. ' L. jClse
'Mk Copper ...... 20,700 Goi 64i 65i
1.'.'Xnlcullural 300 59? 59 J 50J
!Bt&t Sugar 400 55 5a ijd
.till Cn , ns
HB,8iton oil.!!'.! i"o6 'm 'm
i riH.H 4 L pfd 20
KjM'lH Secur.,... 300 21ft 21 21i
iHjten Linseed ' Oi
, 'Hft tiKomotive . 33
4aKEai&Kef 7,700 721 71 72
flpM Foundries. 300 28J 28 2S
, Sugar Kef.... 1,200 linj USJ ua
WTO &, Tel.... 1,000'lU 140H140S
T&bicco pfd.. 70011051 105 105
iWsui Woolen 100 27 27 26i
Mln Co... 400 3511 355! 35fc
iflfcred 200 lOSAjiO.-.i io.r2
'.HPW line...... . !....' 130
JF (0hl6... 1,000 1024 102ilD21
"L t- ' 1'"100 'i
-fn Paelflu ,,, -4,000 231 22P3I230Z
I'Lattwr ... 100 1SI IS! ISA
-JmytA ioo so so ss
niWMAf N. J 100 3Go 365 375
QyeSe 4 Ohio., 1,700 71 J 705 711
zLzmmr Alton.. , -n
i flH?tl!'w54le.ni ""f'oo iiii iiii hih
"We .Llttn"" 253 25S 25
iKESMEi , h?rn 43"
.Kir,0" 200 1" 133 !l38!
FitwS' 100 10 10 10
. p't Rio01"-- 1733 1731(1734
""SKS4!! Voo n lol
lo .!!! wur .... 300 29 285 20
iOMQ, 400 515 514 51
jHtWriTv;"- 300 1:1,5 135J;I35
'S?rCM- ' ?? W55 1055 i m
"m. Mi 262
" BW COOj 27 I 203 26?
" K'Ji Jim nw" "00 54 r,::i; r,3i
;; W.S,.. '""oi'jnosliioi
ill int&Cr": V ' ' "twins' iosall'Si
- frPzclfln . 60,1 78 7851 785
refXwBfeJ'- fin,,. -5; offered
'WALL street losing its
FEAR OF INVESTIGATION
Professional Traders Believe the Assault on the So
called "Money Power" Will Be Made
to Appear Ridiculous.
By Thomas C. ShotwelL
By International News Service.
NBW YORK. Feb. 15. Acttoa of tho
stock market today, considered
In connectlow with rtoj reasons
that, were Given for tb tiHdJnpr.
Indicates that Wall strewt Is Ioh
Inp its fear of rji investigation of tho
money trust, Tno Impression prevails
that, radicals In' concresa have lost, con
1 trol of the Investigation and even if they
recover it they never will bo ablr; to
Drove more than a small part of what
they enect to prove ucalnst the sreat
banks. Professional trailers are becin
nlin? to think t'hat thf assault on the
money power will ho made to appear
so ridiculous that even the evils that do
exist will escape.
If the sreat banking pools regain con
fidence and enter the market again, as
individual members of the- pool are do
ing, conditions arc such as to make a
lively swing upward possible. Fear of
war in Europe Is really the greatest de
pressing influence Just now. The great
est argument for improvement is the
heavy rain and snowfall of tho winter.
So far as indications thus earlv in the
season count for anything, the outlook is
for record largo crops.
At the opening today sto.-Jts were
strong, but they sold off early in the
session and then recovered again. Union
Pacific was the loader.
Directors of the Chesapeake & Ohio
doclared tho regular dividend today. This
Is unfortunate, for tho properly needs
every dollar that. Is now being squan
dered on dividends.
Coppers were etrowr following a re
port of large shrinkage in Blocks of metal
in Europe. Whether one approves of tho
methods as the result of which the
stocks of metal have been reduced or
not. one cannot deny that a strong trade
position has been created for copper.
There can be no collapse until some one
of the big producers starts out io pro-
CHICAGO. Feb. 15 Cattle Receipts,
estimated at 5500; market, t-low, steady.
Beeves, $4.70roS.50; Texas steers, $4.60(g
5.75; western steers, 54.85(0)7; stockers
and feeders. SS.SOCjW.IO; cows and heif
ers, $2.10&'6.15; calves, ?5.7rS.2o.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 32,000;
market, strong. J-ight, $5.75pG.12i:
mixed, $.S5fi(j.20; heavy. $o.S56.20;
rough, S5.S5iS'5.fln; pigs, $4.25(3)5,20; bulk
of sales, ?GrtTi.15.
Sheep Receipts estimated at 14.000;
market, strong to 10c higher. Natives,
J3.254.S0; western, S3. 504. SO; year
lings, $3,70(pi5,75; lambs, native, $4.25
0.75; western, 54.00(5)6.75.
OMAHA. Neb., Feb. 15. Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 4000; market, steady.
Natlvo steers. S5.25ifji7.7fi; cows and
heifers, ?3.30(fJ)6; western steers, S47,
Texas steers, J3.SO5.30; range cows and
heifers, J35; canners, J2.75(?j)3.75; stock
erf; and feeders, $3.500.25; calves, S3. 75
fj7.75; bulls, stags, etc., S4(S'5.50.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 15,000;
marked 5c lower, lleavv, ?6.70g)6.20;
mixed, S64i6.10; lluht. ?5.75rt?C.10; pigs,
?l.ri0(fj)5.7C; bulk. J5,00e)G.10r
Hhocp Receipts estimated at 0000;
market, steady. Yearlings, 54.75(fj;o.40;
wethers, S3.7534.60; ewes, 534; lambs,
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. 15. Cattle
Receipts estimated at 2000, including 100
southerns, market, steady to strong. Na
tive steers, $5-50S.25; southern steers,
$5 25((76.n0; southern cows and heifers,
S3(g'fi.25; native cows and heifers. ?2.S0(f3
0,50; atockers and feeders. S46; bulls',
$4(ff'5.35; calves, S47.50, western steers,
$5ffj)7.25; western cows, 535.23.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 11,000;
market, steady. Bulk, $5.30fj)C.15; heavy.
$6.106.25; packers and butchers, S&.O&ig)
fi.20; light. J5.60$C; pigs, $4,505.
Sheep Receipts estimated at 4000,
market, strong. Muttons. S3.25(g)4 75.
Iambs, S5?7'6-30; fed wethers and year
lings, $45.50; fed ewes, $2.50(fj'3.D0.
duce overy pound of metal possible. The
Utah has the greatest power in this
direction should its stockholders insist
upon that power being exercised.
The alleged money trust figures large
ly In the copper situation. Tnore Is little
douht that the various mining companies
have been persuaded to limit their pro
duction through fear that unless they do
It may be difficult to do financing. But
a money power capable of causing such
a fear cannot be described In legal evi
dence. It may be lhal tho fear Is ground
less. Proof Is Lacking.
This phase o the money trust is no
more indefinite than others that poli
ticians threaten to expose. Every man
may believe certain conditions exist and
yet nobody he able to prove the slightest
foundations. Rut if the national banks
and the trust companies were forbidden,
to speculate and underwrite bond and
slock Issues, nearly all the other abuses
with which the money power has been
charged would disappear automatically,
since they are. most of them, tho out
growth of speculation by the banks.
The anthracite operators' committee
Issued a statement today confirming the
statement made in this column recent
ly that there was no excuse for a coal
strike such as some bear traders In the
street are talking about. The official
statement of today shows that the min
ers are receiving the best wages In the
history of the industry and are working
under the best condition that ever pre
vailed. Since 1906. when the present
system was nut into operation, they have
had an avernge of more than 200 work
ing days in t he year, compared with 165
days from 1897 to 1001. Attention is also
called lo the fact that the producers
have not Increased the price of anthra
cite since 1903. Every Increase that the
public has to pay in the meantime has
been made by the retail dealer and the
additional money has gono Into his
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK, Feb. 15. Flour fjulet and
Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 red. ?1.02t
elevator, export basis, and $1,044 f. o. b.
afloat. No. 1 northern Duluth, $1.21 f.
o. b. afloat. Futures steady, closing
J3c net lower. May. $1.05 13-10; Julv,
Raw sugar steady; muscovado, S9 test,
4.23o; centrifugal. 96 test, 4.73c; mo
lasses, Si! test, 3.98c. Refined steady.
Flax, Oats and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Feb. 1C Flax.
Corn, No. 3 yellow, G 4 63 6 5c.
Oats. No. 3 white, 491193c.
Rye. No. 2, 88c.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW YORK. Feb. If.. Coffee futures
closed steady at a net decline of Gfjll
points. Sales, 91,750 bags. February.
13.15c; March. April and May, 13.20c;
June, 13.21c; July, 13.23c: August, 13.27c;
September, 13.30c: October, 13.24c; No
vember, 13,22c; December, 13.20c; Jan
Sjiot coffee steady; No. 7 Rio, 14ic; No.
4 Santos, 15i15go. Mild coffee quiet;
Cordova, 151)! 7Ji nominal.
New "York Bonds.
U S rof 2s reg..l00 K C So 1st 3fl... 73J
do coup 100 LSd 4s (1931). 93i
do 3s reg 1021 I, & N un 4p 991
do coup 1021 M, K & T 1st Is 963
do 4s reg 113 Mo Puo 4s 741
do coup 113 NYC gen 31s.. S73
A dial 1st 5s... 57 do deb 4s 934
Am Agrl 5s 1025 O S L. rfg 4s 951
Am T &. T c is-ll OS S L & S F fu 4s Sl3
Am Tob 4s 954 So Pac col 4s... 921
do 6s 1205 do cv 4s 96i
Armour & Co 4is 92 do 1st rcf 4s.. 951
Atch gen 4s .... 99S Un Pac 4h 100?.
B & O 4s 99 do cv 4s 1011'
C & O 4is 103 do 1st & ref 4s 973
C. B & Q jt 4s.. 978 U S Steel 2d 5s.. 102
do gen 4s .... 963 Wabash 1st 5s.. 1074
C&Sr&c 4s. 973 do 1st & ex 4s 561
D & R G 4s 90 Mo Par ov 5s... S9
do ref 5r 90 Panama 3s 101J
III C 1st rcf 4s.. 96i
Few sales have ever resulted in the interest
that is being shown in our final cleanup of
The reason? They are absolute, un
mistakable bargains; bargains so
great that any one with but the
slightest knowledge of values needs
only to see them to recognize their
Regular $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes
All styles and all leathers, the odds and ends
of our season's business. They're going fast;
if 3rou want a bargain that is a bargain, see
these without delay.
We still have a few Men's Suits, left from the
sale of last week, every one a bargain, a
good, substantial value, the best suits at the 1
price offered for many moons jf AA
your choice 4iJVJV
Utah's Greatest Clothing Store.
M 138 - 140 - 142 II MAIN ST. V
V lz J
MAT WES DM
I IKJjCKO PIT
Corn, Oats and Provisions
All Decline a Shade Un
CHICAGO, Feb. 15. Reports that the
Argentine strike had been settled tum
bled prices today In the wheal market."
The close wns 3c to ? down, as com
pared with twenty-four hours before.
AH other leading staples, too, suffered
a decline corn lc to Iffj'ic, oats Ac to
ie and hog products 25c to 71c.
At the start wheat received a severe
Jolt from the lively way In which re
ceipt piled In at primary terminals. In
addition a high authority Issued a. state
ment that the winter crop outlook was
above tho average. Foreign news also
seemed likely to h.- disappointing to the
bulls. Later, however, Europeans were
reported active in purchasing new crop
futures and there was a sharp upturn.
May fluctuated from $1,013 to $1 03(rj
1.031, with last sales 51.0lJl1.02, a loss
of 3c net.
Assertions I hat owing to favorable
weather the railroads would have their
facilities in materially better shape next
week took away support from corn, not
withstanding Improved cash demand, at
St. Louis and Kansas City. May ranged
between 68Sl(fr6Sio and 69o, closing easy
lc ofr at GSRiG15ic. Cash grades were
unsettled. No. 2 yellow was quoted at
Scattered selling and little disposition
to buy explained the sag in oats. May
reached 52Jc and 524c, with the close at
tiic last mentioned level, a decline of lc
from last night.
Provisions ruler heavy, packers being
free sellers and the demand only mod
erate. When the session ended prices
showed an average drop of 21c to 5c.
RANGE OF THE TREADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
May J. 028 1.034 1.012 1.02
July 053 968 95 954
September . 941 Oil 935 335
May 68 B -69 6SjJ 681
July GSi 68! 68 68
September . 681 088 671 68
May 522 52J 521 52J
July 48 48B 4S 4S
September . 4U 42 418 413
Cash quotations were as follows! Flour,
steady; rye No. 2, 93c; barley, feed or
mixing. 85fj97c; fair to choice malting,
$1.15fj)l.S0: timothy seed, ifl2.0015.00;
clover seed, $16.0023.00; mess pork, old,
?15.50; new, $15.75; lard (In tierces), $S.S5;
short ribs (loose), $8,474.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 70,000 buhsola. Primary
receipts were 6p4,00O bushols, compared
with 384,000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow; Wheat, 50 cars; corn, 502 cars;
oats, 123 cars; hogs, 20,000 head.
.NEW YORK. Feb. 15. Evaporated ap
ples, steady; fancy, 103c; choice, Si
91c; prime, 8J83c.
Prunes, easy. Quotations range from
11 00 for Callfornias up to 30-4'Os, and
S3 tfD'l 2c for Orcgons.
Apricots, steady. Choice, 14.2Sl;ic;
extra cholco, I4jc; fancy, 17c
Peaches, firm. Choice, I'Kgilllc; extra
choice. 11512c; funcy. 1212ic.
Raisins, steady. Loose muscat ols, 51
7c; choice fancy seeded, 63571c; seed
less, G(7j)7c; London layers, $1.401.45.
CHICAGO, Frb. 1G. Butter Easier;
creameries, 26g)30c; dairies, 24g2Sc.
Eggs Easier; receipts, 2379 cases; at
mark, cases included, 2628c; ordinary
llrsls. 2SS'29c: firsts, 31c.
Cheese Steady; daisies, 17i3171c;
twins, 163(fil7c; young Americas, 171
174c; long horns, 17-!317ic.
I want the address of K. C. Crane,
who worked at Garfield and Bingham.
It's important. Writo me.
618 South Main stroet, Salt Lake' City.
' CATALOGUE PRINTING
Done by the Century is distinctive.
55-57 Postoflico place.
SAY CALIFORNIA GITRUS
IS SERIOUSLY DAMAGED
Wholesale Dealers Predict Higher Prices for
Oranges and Lemons; Eggs Go Down to
35 Cents for Strictly Fresh.
IT WAS reported yesterday amonff
wholesale dealers that about 60 per
cent of the citrus crop of California
haA been touched by frost, which
will mean high-priced oranges and
lemons. Tho California crop generally
amounts to about 30,000 cases, and this
year It will bo cut to a.bout-'25,00O cases,
it is said. The 60 per cent of the fruit
that has been nipped by frost will have
to be sold at reduced prices and the
good fruit will demand correspondingly
California asparagus and other vegeta
ble from that state are plentiful on the
local nrnrket. Shipments of Spanish
onions and Florida grape fruit were re
ceived during the woelc. Sugar, "both
cane and boot, was 20c higher a. hundred
weight than It was a week ago, and tho
chances are that It will go etlH higher.
Eggs Go Downward.
There was a material drop In tho price
of eggs, the wholesale price being 38 a
case and the retail price 35c a dozen.
Tho dealers were emphatlo In their state
ments that there Is now but one kind
of eggs on the market, and that one kind
Is froBh. The price of cheese in general
has gone tip, but Utah cheese is still
retailing for 25c the pound.
Fresh salmon is a little higher than
it was a week ago, but it Is expected to
get back to where It was or go still
lower In a few days. Other fish remain
at about the same prices they were a
week ago, but the supply is larger and
looks better than it d,id then. The prices
of meats have not changed during the
past two weeks.
Altogether the market seems to be in
a healthy condition. Early spring vege
tables are coming In and some fruits
that have not been here before. All of
tho stock handled is of good quality.
Butter, creamery I .35 $ ,40
Butter, ranch 30 .35
Fresh eccs, per case $8.00
Fresh cgg3. per doz, .35
Utah, per lb ; $ .17 ? .25
Swiss (imported), per lb.. .37 .45
Swiss (domestic), per. lb.. .22S .30
Swiss (domestic), per lb... .22i .36
New York cream, per lb... .20 .25
Roquefort, per lb 2B .60
Camembert, dozen 4.00 5.00
LImberger, per lb 20 .25
Edam, dozen D.OO ....
Bismarck, brick 22 .20
Milk and Cream.
Fresh milk, gallon 2580 .081
Over counter .08
Babies' special 10. 12
Fre6h cream l.OO .40
Whipping cream 1.20 .60
Barracuda, per lb ...$ .11 $ .171
Black bass, per lb 28 .821
Catfish, per lb 15 .20
Carp, per lb 05 ,06
Codfish, per lb 08 ,15
Crabs, each 25 .30
Flounders, per lb 11 .15
Klngfish, per lb 11 .15
Herring, per lb 09 .12J
Halibut, per lb 13 .20
Prawns, per lb 10 .20
Perch, per lb 1.1 .15
Rock cod, per lb 11 .16
Fresh salmon, per lb .17 .25
Silver smelts, per lb 11 .15
Sea bass, per lb 14 .20
Lobsters, per lb 32 .45
Shad, per lb 10 .15
Smelts (Cal.), per lb 15 .20
Soles, per lb 11 .15
Brook trout, each 125 .15
Tom cod, per lb 12 .15
FhoHh shrimps, per lb 20 .25
Sturgeon, per lb 17 .20
Salmon trout, per lb, 19 .25
Striped bass, per lb 25 .30
Mullet, per lb , .05
Carp, per lb .05
Mountain trout, per lb 35 .40
. ' Wholesale. Retail.
Drepsed hens, per lb $ .17 f .25
Spring chicken, per lb..,. .18(g). 20 .25
Geeso. per lb ... Z0 .224
Turkeys, per 'lb 23. 25 , 27(3.20
Ducks (domestic), per lb., ,1$ .22
Dreaaed beef, per pound ;...8(9i9
Dressed veal, per pound ......... 10(?134
Dressed mutton, per pound 739
Dressed pork, per pound 11
Pork loin, per pound 144
Dressed spring lamb, per pound.... 1015
Sirloin, per pound , 18
Family porterhouse, per pound. .. .20.f!25
Short cut, per pound 20(g25
Round, per pound' 15
Chuck, per pound 124
Pot roast, per pound 121
Prime, rib. per pound 17j(920c
Rump, per pound 15c
Bolting, per pound -..7&12c
Soup hones, per pound ....3c
Pork chops, per pound 20c
Hams, per pound 18024c
Shoulder roast, per pounc 121c
BreaBt stew, per pound i21o
Mutton (leg) prime, per pound 15c
Loin and rib chops, per pound 20c
Shoulder chops, per pound 16c
Stew, per pound 5c
Salt pork, per pounii .....20c
Veal chops, per pound 22f?)25c
Shoulder chopB. per pound 17Jc
Apples, California, per lb 05 .08 1-3
Apples, Utah, per lb 05
Cranberries, quart 16c
Figs v 30835c
Grapefruit, each 15)20c
Grapos, per lb 25c
Lemons, per dozen 25()40n
OrangeB, per dozen ",,203)a0cj
Pineapples, each . ..4060c
Ham, per lb., center cuts 30
Ham, per lb., first cuts 25
Bacon, slab, per lb. 28
Bacon, fancy, per lb., sliced.. .... .35
Cane, per cwt. ?6.S0 $6,90
Beet, per cwt 6, GO 6.7.U
Cane, 10 to 12 pounds l.io
Beet, 12 to 14 pounds 1.10
Hay and Grain.
Alfaira, per ton $14.00 $ ....
Timothy. Per ton 17.00 ....
Alfalfa, per cwt. it... .go
Timothy, per cwt 1.00
Bran, per cwt 1,35 1.45
Barley, per cwt 1,70 1,85
Corn (rolled), per cwt ...... 1.70 1,85
Cracked corn, per cwt 1.75 1.90
Cornmoal, per cwt 2.50 ' 3,00
Oats, per cwt 1,75 1.85
Shorts, per cwt, 1.45 1.60
Wheat, per cwt 1,60 1.65
High patent, Utah, cwt $1.95(52.20
Straight grade. Utah cwt .... 1.80(5)1.85
Bakers No. 1, cwt 1.701.S5
High patent, Utah, cwt.. .... .$2.10(5)2.35
Straight grade, Utah, cwt 1.80(1.95
Bakers No. 1, cwt ?1.SG2.10
Celers. per head 10
Bell peppers, per pound 30
Carrots, per pound .05
Horseradish, per pound.. 25
Lettuce, per head 10
Onions, per pound 05
Potatoes, per pound 02
Potatoes, sweet, 3 for .25
Parsley, per bunch 05
Radishes, per bunch 05
Tomatoes, per lb 15
Spinach, per, pound .10
Green onions, per bunch 05
Brussels sprouts, per pound 15
Egg plant, per pound 20
Cocoanuts ,. .10. 15
Chestnuts, per lb .25
Tangerines, dozen 10 .25
Plnenuts. per lb , 40
Hot house cucumbers, each .15
STANDARD COPPER I
QUIET IB YORK l
Prices Unchanged; Lead m
Shows Inclination to Ad- S
vance From Low Point. m
Copper (electro) . ) . , .14.371.14,50 9
4 Lead, New York ?4.07i'ft4.IO J' MB
4 Bar silver , ..395c 4 E lifflfl
Silver in London 27Id 4'
NBW YORK, Feb. 15. Standard cop- I H
per quiet; spot, S13.9ofj)14.05; February I IjBtt
and March, S14.00(f?14.10: April, 514.00(5? IPw
14.121; May. $14.0014.20; June. $11,000 W ViM
14.25. London quiet; spot. 62 7s 6d; fft Il9
futures, 63 lis 3d. Arrivals reported Bp Mai
at New York today. 290 tons. Custom S ujm
house returns show exports of 18.655 tons H H
so far this month. Luke copper, ?14.50jD M ijH
14.75; electrolytic, $14.3"(fj14.n0: casting. illffll
Tin weak; spot. $42.50(43.50; Febru- mB
ary, $42.00(a'43.00: March. $42.00(5I'42.65: fURM
May. $11.7o(7J42.25; June. $41.50i-!2.25. fill 91
London weak; spot, 194 10s; futures, W W
Lead firm, $4.0"!(fM.10 New York; $.T.9o ffl ! 9
ff4.05 East St. Louis. London, 15 15s. I U
Spelter, dull and nominal; $6.25(3)6.75 UJ Q
New York; $6.25C50 East St. Louis'. $9
London, 26 15s. m jlM
Antimony dull; Cooksons, $7,121. M '(J
Iron Cleveland warrants, 48s lOJd In llffl
London. Locally iron was unsettled. No. m Ml
1 foundry northern, 514.7515.25; No. 2, a HI
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