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t TTTF1 SALT LASE HERALD SUjST > AT iMjVJtCH 8 1898 1 SIXTEEN PAGES 7
NEWS FROM
I NEARBY TOWNS
Unexpected Death of a Young
I Lady at Park City
DALY COMPANY SUED
HEAVY MINING COMPANY ORGAN
r IZED AT PROVO
ProvoH Many Social Clubs All Ac
tively Engaecd Mrs Mitchell an
Old Resident of Parson Dead
PARK CITY March 7A handsome
i young girl named Teresa Sims aged
17 years of Heber City died here at
the home of friends at S p m last
evening from hemmorhage of the bow
els The dead girl had the best of
medical care being attended by Drs
Lecompte and Gregor Miss Sims was
sick just a week and her friends had
every assurance that she would speed
P ily recover from what they deemed but
a slight trouble at first The family
of the dead girl reside at Heber where
tu the funeral under the direction of Un
dertaker Richardson will take place to
morrow afternoon under the auspices
of the Latterday Saints church
PERSONAL
James D Murdoch returned on this
mornings train frcm Salt Lake I
Mr and Mrs D CMcLaughlin were
Utah Cen
passengers on this mornings
I tral from Salt Lake after attending the
fi tabernacle conceris
Mr and Sirs ThomaS Kearns re
turned this morning from the metropo
i 15s after a few days sojourn there
Mrs TV G Lamb came up on this
r ¼ mornings train from Zion after a three
days visit
Mrs G D Gregor returned to Park
rity tlS morning after attending the
Paderewsici and Sousa concerts
W V Rice was a passenger on this
mornings train from the metropolis
and will soend Sunday here
M M Cole returned this morning
from Salt Lake whither he went to
hear the great Sousa band
Fred W Hoyt returned this morning
after spending a few days in Salt Lake
William Bogan was a passeng on
this mornings Utah Central train from
Salt Lake
Richard Joseph of the M S Aschiem
Mercantile company returned this
morning from the metropolis after at
f tending the tabernacle concerts
t Robert Brogleman our veteran res
taurant returned this morning from
Salt Lake thoroughly enraptured with
the great Sousa
Dick Waters Park Citys cigar man
came up this morning from Zion
The boys were joking Bert Kimball
on this mornings Utah Central train
as to whether his coal mine produced
coke or cooking coal Bert takes
things good naturedly and will in the
near future surprise his doubting
Thomas friends Eh bein
i Fred Stoll and William Handle min
ers Injured in the cage accident at the
Daly mine some two months ago have
brought suit against the Daly Mining
company in the district court for 1500
eah for injuries alleged to have been
sustained The London Guarantee and
Accident Insurance company is the de
fendant while the Daly appears as
plaintiff
The Anchor concentrator since the
first of this week have put on another
shift to properly handle the increased
output
The Silver King will distribute the
needful today among its employees for
I the month of February The stock
w holder j will also receive their dividends
amounting to 537500
Following are the ore shipments from
the Mackintosh sampler for the past
week
SIlver King 725SSO
Anchon concentrates 51120
West Daly concentrates 271820
West Daly first class 204300
Total pounds Io53120
SUITS THAT SUIT
You can get suits made to order al
most anywhere and swear every time
you put them on but the boys are be
ginning to catch on where to get suits
that wear well look well fit well with
f b prices right and workmanship right
Its at JOE OLINERS
The Park City Miners Tailor
PROVO PICKINGS
Incorporation ot a Mining and
Smeltins Company Doings of
Social Clubs
I
PROVO March Articles of Incor I
poration were filed today with Clerk
Jones incorporating the Superior Gold
and Silver Mining company The men
interested are L 0 Taft president J
M Davis vicepresident George E
Howe secretary L S Walter treas
urer Sarah J Davis A P Corraty
Emma E Jones William S Gibby and
William Gibby each holding 55555 59
shares The capital stock is placed at
5500000 of the par value of SI each The
company own the Lucky Boy Lizzie
and Golden Gate all In a group situat
ed in Tintic mining district The
principal plaoe of business is named as
Provo The company propose to carry
on a general mining and smelting
business
Gertie Thurmaii entertained about
iforty of her friends last evening at her
home i the First ward Card playing
was indulged in until 1 oclock after
unt
which a ver novel amusement was in
troduced in the shape of quotations
from different authors written on
cards and pinned on the wall and each
guest was Instructed to name the
author Mrs Jesse Knight seemed to
be up very well i I literature and drew
the prize for naming the authors of
more quotations than any other
THe Out for Fun club surprised Mr
and Mrs B Bachman jr on Thurs
day evening and had a very pleasant
time This Is a club recently organized
and not knowing of a more appropriate
name dubbed themselves The Out for
Fun club a fun i the object in view
and ° fun in plenty Is obtained
The Nineteenth Century club held
their reception yesterday afternoon It
I being the fifth anniversary of the
clubs establishment About one hun
dred ladies were entertained a guests
The reception was held at the home ot
Mrs Swarthout In the Third ward
The Democratic drum corps gave a
dance in the Southworth hall last even
ing which was well attended and a very
enjoyable evening was spent by those
present
The married folks of Provo gave a
delightful dance and picnic on Tues
day night in the opera house which was
a social and financial success The
proceeds of which were given to the
B Y academy library fund
The Ewterpe club were entertained by
Miss Stella Jacques on Tuesday even
ing at the home of her parents In the
Second wad
A birthday party was given on Tues
day evening in honor of the thirtieth
anniversary of Professor L E Eggert
sons birth A great many of that
gentlemans friends were present and
wished him many many more happy
birthdays
Marriage licenses were issued last
evening to David B Thorne aged 20
and Mary E Kettch aged 19 both of
Pleasant Grove Charles Crabb aged 23
and Eliza Kirkham aged 17 age of
Lehi
Lehi
The streets of Provo have been
thronged all day today by men who are
eager for any new developments in the
Bonnett case Nothing else of any
consequence is talked about Every
morning paper from Salt Lake is gob
bled up very eagerly When the supply
was exhaused 25c was offered for
copies of The Herald
An Old Resident of Pny lon Dcnd
PAYSON Utah March 7Mrs
Mitchell died here yesterday evening
at her residence about S oclock was
54 years of age was born September
15 1S42 at Fort Elizabeth South
Africa She leaves a large family of
eleven children to mourn her loss six
of whom are married and all reside
here Her deceased husband passed
away five years ago The family came
to Utah in 1863 and have constantly
lived here gaining the respect of
everybody Funeral will be held Mon
day March 9 friends of the family
invited from the surrounding settle
ments
The Payson Home Dramatic com
pany under the management of Mr
F Sheridan will produce The Silver
Lining a new play 16 to 1 for silver
every silver voter should see i They
have the Opera house Monday and
Tuesday nghts and expect a sensa
tion
ton
Snow fell six Inches deep last night
giving a wintry
appearance to every
thing ever
Springvllle orchestra made music for
the party last night at the Opera
house
Ed Simons and Ammon Nebeker
Nebker
have returned from Los Angeles and
report their mining Interests ahead of
anything yet discovered
Ex Bishop Tanner and wife have
gone on a short trip to California J
A Loveless one of our city council
cit
is reported to have accepted a mission
to the same state
Mrs E E Judson goes to the capital
this afternoon to meet her husband
Mr Frank Judson at the Walker
house
A phonograph man has been here a
few days amusing the schools at 5
cents each
A good many are going to Provo to
hear Sousas band today TOM
I HOW HE GOT IT
Not long ago I was regaled with the
I tale of a man who had become a colonel
I by a novel method
Were you in the militia of your
state some one asked of him
No sah the proud son of Blue
Grass replied
Then continued his questioner I
suppose you were a battler for the
cause that was lost
You are wrong again sail the
colonel answered
Then resumed the man who want
ed to konw will you please let me know
how you became a colonel
1 Suhtenly sah I married the wid
of the late a lamented Cunnel Ruth
ford sah St Louis Exchange
I LOVE COULD NOT CONQUER
I Love conquers all things they
I say but we know better There are
I some things i cannot conquer Among
I them are headache biliousness dys
j pepsia constipation and piles But if
I love cannot conquer them Dr Pierces
j Pleasant Pellets can You cannot buy
I real love at a drug store but no live
druggist will be found without Dr
Pierces Pleasant Pellets Love can
i not do better than to recommend
I them
A high liver with a torpid liver will
not be a long liver Correct the liver
with DeWitts Little Early Risers
little pills that cure dyspepsia and
constipation For sale by all drug
gists NeldenJudson wholesale deal
ers
MUNYON II I I
CONVINCING STATEMENTS IX FAVOR
f OF HIS IMPROVED HOMKO
PATHIO RE3IEDIES
Druggist Say We Hear Nothing
But Good Report oC Man
yons Cures
Daniel Rogers El Reno O T says
I was Injured by a wagon running
over me which produced Rheumatism
of the shoulders and arms I suffered
severely could not perform any labor
and found it impossible to raise my
arms from my body I saw your ad
vertisement In a St Joseph Mo paper
and sent for a 25cent bottle of Mun
yons Rheumatism Cure I began tak
ing it and the next day to my sur
prise I was able to raise my arms I
continued to use the Remedy and I
have been completely cured I with
held this testimonial for months to be
cure that I would have no return of
the disease I have not been troubled
since
Susan Velland 308 S Market street
Wichita Kan says One bottle of
Munyons Rheumatism Cure cured me
of a case of Rheumatism from which
I have suffered for over a year
Munyons Rheumatism Cure seldom
fails to relieve in 1 to 3 hours and
cures in a few days Price 25c
Munyons Dyspepsia Cure positively
cures all forms of indigestion and
stomach trouble Price 25 cents
Munyons Cold Cure prevents pneu
monia and breaks up a cold in a few
hours Price 25 cents
Munyons Cough Cure stops coughs
night sweats allays soreness and
speedily heals the lungs Price 25
cents
Munyons Kidney Cure speedily
cures pains in the back loins and
groins and all forms of kidney dis
ease Price 25c
Munyons Headache Cure stops
headache in three minutes Price 25c
Munyons Pile Ointment positively
cures all forms of piles Price 25c
Munyons Blood Cure eradicates all
impurities of the blood Price 25c
Munyons Female Remedies are a
boon to all women
Munyons Asthma Cure with Herbs
1
Munyons Catarrh Remedies never
fall The Catarrh Cureprice 25c
eradicates the disease from the system
and the Catarrh TabletsprIce 25c
cleanse and heal the parts
Munyons Vitalizer restores lost pow
ers to weak men Price 100
Munyons Remedies at all druggists
mostly 25c a vial
Personal letters to Professor Munyon
1505 Arch street Philadelphia Pa an
swered with free medical advice for
any disease
I I G1t
IJ I DZP1Tr1EIT
Ogden March S
THOMAS VS CANNON
Seth Thomas yesterday brought suit
against Frank J Cannon Martha A
Cannon Utah Savings bank Utah
Loan and Trust company J J Cortez
Peter Wilson and Richard Flint for the
foreclosure of a mortgage on certain
real estate The mortgage was given
to secure a note of Frank J Cannon
in 1891 The other defendants except
Martha A Cannon are made parties to
the suit by reason of a claim they have
or claim to have on the property
DAMAGES AAVlnD
William Coleman has filed a suit
tgainst Christian Waangsgaard of
Huntsvllle for the recovery of 3600
damages which he claims he has suf
fered at the hands of the said Waangs
gaard The trouble evidently occurred
at a Valentine ball in Petersons dance
hal in Huntsville The complaint al
leges that Waangsgaard on that day
threw the said William Coleman down
stairs beat bruised and otherwise
maltreated him without just cause He
claims that he received permanent in
juries for life and therefore desires to
be reimbursed for his wounds in body
and mind and for loss of dignity and
employment In the sum of 3600
I SHORT COURT ORDERS
The case of Richard Flint vs Cora
Stayner et al was yesterday argued
and taken under advisement and the
following other short orders made
Paul Beus et al vs S O Stephens
et a1 and First National bank of
Ogden vs Paul Beus ordered that al
legations of crosscomplaint of de
fendants in First National bank of Og
I I den vs Paul Beus et al counsel con
senting thereto be deemed specifically
denied The case was heard yesterday
I afternoon
I afernoon
In the of the Interstate
case t1e Saving
and Loan company vs O J Stiiwell et
al the action against O J Stiiwell
was on motion of A B Patton dis
missed as t defendant StilwelL
The following orders were made in
I probate
In the matter of the estate of Will
lam Smith deceased court entered an
I order authorizing the administrator to
sell certain real estate
In the matter of the estate of John
Taylor deceased court entered order
admitting will to probate and an order
appointing John Henry Taylor exe
I cutor with bond fixed at 14200 I
OTHIE1R lGJlExrs
Brown Bros Co yesterday filed
an attachment suit of 96289 against
the Equitable Coop This includesa
claim of 34089 which the Ogden Mill
ing and Elevator company assigned to
Brown Bros A suit for 60 was filed
against the firm on Friday by Burley
Stevens shoe manufacturers of
Newburyport Mass
I
I THE EQUITABLE COOP
II At a meeting of the directors of the
Equitable Coop company last night
It was shown that the assets of the
company were 30000 with liabilities of
21000 I some plan is agreed upon
providing careful management I is
believed that all liabilities can be met
Another meeting of the directorswill
be held Monday evening
THE POWER DAM
The statement in an afternoon paper
that fifty new men had been employed
on the Ogden power dam is a mis
take However Mr Rhodes at Den
ver ha been wired to engage fifty
new men and they will soon be at
work
I
A NIGHT SESSION
The case of the state vs Beardsley
involving the right to the auditors
office came up before Judge Rolapp at
a night session held last evening The
states demurrer to Beardsleys answer
was partially argued and will be
heard again next Tuesday evening
LOCAL BRIEFS I
Milton Royles company will play
Mexico at its engagement here This
play is said to be as successful as
Friends
The Chicago lady quartette which
appeared at the Grand about a year
ago will appear Saturday in the 11 E
church lor the benefit of the church
fund
The Frawley company to be at the
Grand tomorrow night is composed of I
some of the ablest actors in the coun
try who are accustomed to working
I together The Senator will be the
Play
Frank Moore and several others have
filed a petition with the county court
asking for the establishment of a road
district to conform to the boundaries
of the Randall school district and for
the appointment of Frank Moore as
road supervisor
The regular monthly priesthood meet
ing was held yesterday in the Third
ward meeting house Apostle Joseph
F Smith and Presiding Bishop John
R Winder were present A consider
I able sum was raised at the meeting
I for the completion of the tabernacle
The U S Govt Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to oil others
REV MOAKtBY MKOON INQUIRES
Does any one in dis hyer congrega
shun know a Mistah Pott No one re
sponded
Has any one in dis hyer congrega
shun heered tell ob a Mistah Pott
All were silent
Dat is mighty funny said the Rev
McKoon Lag Sunday I remarked dat
Brudder Jinseng Parvis had a new
watch but I said nuffln but kep
atinkin Den I heered Brudder Still
well Jackson say dat he got dat watch
ob a Jack Pot Day befo toemorrer
was a Tuesdaytlweek Brudder Slammer
cum intoe town < lrivin a gray hoss an i
Brudder Anxiety Andrews said he got i
dat hoss ob a Jack Pott Since dat
time a young brudder has worn a yam I
ethyst ring a big as for cents wort I
ob cheese an dey claim dat a Jack
Pott donated dat not toe menshun I
Brudder Coapstones concolored neck i
tie or do janitors new shiny rubbers I
Now ef dere Is any beneflcious an i
sharitybobble pusson supplyin dis
chuch I wud like toe get acquainted
wid him an aqk him fo a bracer on de
chuch debt an yor pastors celery
Ef any one knows dat Jack Pott let
him stan up fows
A sickly smile was on many dark
faces but they were not going to ex
pose their knowledge o the term 5
they studiously regarded a large blue
bottle fly which sounded under the
ventilator like a train of cars going
into a tunnel
De quire will now file intoe deir
places an stop swappin gumdrops
while I remarks dat I hope I has
heered de las ob dat disreputashun
able pusson Mr Jack P tt Ef I does
mah cneerful chumps Im gwine toe
talk a han mahsef Judge
AXOTHUll JVA3IE FOR IT
The trouble with the colonel Is that
he is too thoroughly imbued with Bour
bonism
I knew It was some sort of alcohol
ism but I never was sure of the brand
before Indianapolis Journal
Old People
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the Dowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Electric Bit
ters This medicine does not stimu
late and contains no whiskey nor
other intoxicant but acts as a tonic
and alterative It acta mildly on the
stomach and bowels adding strength
and giving tone to the organs there
by aiding Nature in the performance
of the functions Electric Bitters is
an excellent appetizer and aids diges
tion Old people find it just exactly
what they need Price fifty cents per
bottle at Z C M I Drug dept
SPECULATION
ACTIVE AND FIRM
Symptoms of Recovery From the
o
War News
THE POPULAR NEW FOURS
DEALINGS WERE OX A LARGE
SCALE WEEKS SALES 52427200
Grain Badly Demoralized From the
Unexpected Inactivity of Enro
pcnn Mnrlrets Wlieat Quite Pan
icky in Clilcago Live Stock Mar
kets Dull and Sagsins Metnls
Firm
NEW YORK March 7The feature
of todays stock market was marked
activity attended toy weakness in To
bacco The operations In that stock
accounted for 63100 shares out o an
aggregate for the day of 116000 shares
The general list was devoid of feature
aside from General Electric which ad
vanced 1j on manipulation by a new
pool in the stock Fractional conces
sions occurred In a number of in
stances in sympathy with the depres
sion in Tobacco but in the last hour
a general upward movement carried
prices to the level of last nights fig
ures The closing was dull and firm
The speculation of the week has again
been influenced to a large extent by
outside considerations notably the
political unrest abroad and the Cuban
belligerency resolutions Except in one
or two instances the bulk of the operations
tions have been conducted by the pro
fessional traders in the industrial
Shares
In the railroad list the most Im
portant development was the culmina
tion of the financial embarrassment of
the Baltimore Ohio railroad in the
appointment of receivers for the pro
perty For a long time previously ex
perienced railroad men and financial
experts had expected such a contin
gency A strong reorganization com
mittee has undertaken the work of re
habilitation and i is understood enjoys
the cooperation of important foreign
interests in the property The best in
formation is that the company has a
floating debt of between 12000000 and
15000000 and that about 20000000
will be needed to place the company
upon a solid financial and physical
basis The net changes in prices for
the week were unimportant as a rule
but with most stocks inclining toward
a lower level The aggregate sales
were 1244138
The bond market today was without
especial feature The volume of
business was moderate and contribu
ted largely to the total of 776000 The
market during the week was well held
on a diminished business Northern
Pacific displayed exceptional strength
The consol fives made special advances
and show a net gain of 4 ½ the trust
receipts were 4 per cent The com
parative prices in the balance of the
list shows light gains in most issues
The aggregate sales were 8237000
Dealings in governments were on a
large scale and a firm tone was noted
The greater part of the trading was in
the new fours The aggregate sales
were 898000 Prices during the week
were irregular and at the outset a
sagging tendency prevailed In the
late operations marked improvement
occurred in the price of the new fours
The total sales were 2427200
Silver certificates were without fea
ture The transactions footed up
22000 at 6568
Money on call easy at 4 per cent
Prime mercantile paper 4 ½ 6 per
cent Sterling exchange steady with
actual business in bankers bills at
487488 for demand and 4864S7 <
for sixty days posted rates 4871h
489 commercial bills 4864 bar silver
68 Mexican dollars 543k
State bonds dull
Railroad bonds firm
The total sales of stocks today were
121216 shares including American To
bacco 63700 American Sugar 3500
Burlington 3600 Baltimore Ohio
1400 Evansville Terre Haute 7500
Northern Pacific 1000 St Paul 5000
WEEKS FINANCES
New York March 7The Financier
this week says
The statement of the New York clear
New
Ing house banks for the week ending
March 7 is favorable viewed in a gen
eral sense exhibiting a it does a
continued expansion in loans and the
aggregate increase since February 8
or since the bond call of Secretary
Carlisle was issued of 19057100 Net
deposits however are almost station
ary The surplus for the current week
against the statement for February 28
shows the reduction in excess cash to
have been something like 17000000
which is about 2000000 less than the
increase in loans at noted
The banks lost in cash during the
past six days the gain in specie hay
ing been offset by a loss in legal ten
ders The latter reflects the outgoing
movement of money but the exact
condition which prevails is perhaps ob
scured by transactions which have been
going on with the treasury on bond
account The increase In specie makes
the total now in New York banks ac
cording to the Statement 61538100
which is compared with 577500900 re
ported February 8 The loss to the
New York banks Is thus 16000000
The total cash lost to the New York
banks in that time has eel 717920000
The movement which has bfienvgaing5
on for some tinfe tojYararthe interior O1
has been somewint ceckedant thy
money at severalihiportarit points Is
reported easier As mfghtMive been
expected in view of these circum
stances exchange rates on New York
have been advanced and bankers are
predicting an easier moneymarket in
consequence The New ork banks
appear to be taking out circulation on
the new bonds at a rapid rate the
increase reported for the week as in
dicated by 264200
LONDON WOOL SALES
London March 7At the wool auc
tion sales today 13241 bales were of
fered of which 700 were withdrawn
Tbday was the strongest sale and the
selection offered was the best so far at
this series There was large buying
by the continent The American buy
ers bought sparingly their purchases
up to date aggregating 2000 bales
Following are the sales in detail
New South Wales 2248 bales scour
ed 10dls 6d greasy 5dls 3d
Queensland 4069 bales scoured lid
Wls 5d greasy 6dls 2d
Victoria 1840 bales scoured 7dls
2d greasy 5d < pls
South Australia 428 bales greasy
5101d
Swan River C4S bales jcoured 10d
1 2d greasy 5ldis
New Zealand 1464 bales scoured
7dls 4d greasy 510d
Cape of Good Hope and Natal 1980
bales scoured 6dls Sd greasy 5
9d
The offerings next week will aggre
gate 80422 bales and about 900 bales
sahag wool exMissouri will be of
fered on Thursday The arrivals for
the next sales are 13705 bales inchJQ
ing South Wales 8160 bales and Swan
River 851 The Imports fOr the week
from New South Wales 11130 from
Queensland 668 from Victoria 727
from South Australia 3023 from Swan
River 229 from New Zealand 11854
from Falkland island 553 from China
126 from Russia 129 from Germany
45 from France 77 from Belgium 55
fro 858 Portugal 52 and from Singapore
METAL MARKET
Now York March 7PIg Iron easy
southern n251323 northern 1L501350
Copper Kasy brokers 1
LeadSteady brokers 303
Tin Plates Quiet
CHICAGO GENERAL MARKET
The leadlnsfuturca ranged as follows
WHEAT No 2
I Open I High I Low I Close
March > l C4 63 6l3i
lay ibo1 jeo1 2 If1 6514
Jnue 653k 65 8 65 651k
July w3 11 KPa 65 8
CORN No 2
I Open J High I Low I Close
March J I I2
May 1Y ioy5 31 31
July3 130 1 31 13
Sept 3v 324 32 8 32
OATS No 2
I Open I High I Low l Close
1IarchlHf I f
May pm1 121 21 I2G
July 121 R1 21 a
Sept 21 lm8 2 2
MESS PORKPer barrel
I
I Open I High I Low I Close
aiarch J 960 962 952 952
May 199I 97J 967A 61 1
July I 992Mg 992 083 8
llARD Per 100 Iba
J Open J High I Low I Close
March I D3 523 I 522 522
May 540 540 i5371i 152r
July 552 I 552 1 550 55214
SHORT RIBS Per 10 Ibs
I Open I High I Low I Close
March I 602 502 500 500
May 15 f 5171 ISW 150 150
July 1 5h 527 521 527
Cash quotations were a folowS
Flour Steady winter patents 350380
winter straights 300350 spring patents
bak
S10340 spring straights 26S20 ba
ers 2102j240
erSVlieat Spring No 2 633i64 No3
spring tj No 2 red 676S I
CornNo2 28
OatsNo2 20 No 2 white 2 2 No
3 white 192Bi
Rye No 2 39 I
BarleyNo2 nominal No 3 f o b
2535 No4 f O b 2627
Ia Seefl No 1 6914
Timothy Prime seed 350
Mess PorkPer barrel 925S960
Lara Per TOO pounds 522325
Short RibsSlfics loose 500S503
075 5houldersDry salted boxed 4Ci
1173Short Clear Sides Boxed G12525
I Rec I Ship
Flour bbls I 60001 5000
601
Wheat bush 35000 35000
Corn bush 250000 75000
Oats bush 279nCO195000
Rye bush 30001 2000
Bsrleybush WOO 29000
On the produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady dairy 918
creamery IIIDj34 Eggs steady fresh
101 creamer quiet 910
WHEAT AT SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco March 7 Wheat easy
December 109 4 May 110 new seller
106 Cleared 18318 centals wheat
TREASURY STATEMENT
Washington March 7Todays state
ment of the condition of the treasury
shows Available cash balance 261011
554 gold reserve 125173954
SPECIE EXPORTS
New York March 7The exports of
specie from the port of New York for the
week amounted to 384700 all silver The
imports were gold 75867 sliver 2
3290816 general merchandise
9S6 dry goods 328C generl me
chandise 56287704
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
Chicago March 7CattleGood
heavy beeves have sold well this week
and exporters are buying that class
freely but the demand for such beeves
will slacken u p with the advent ft
LcnxJjsjealhjer NaUN cattle < > f th <
bestgraderare abotflt 125 lower than
btg abQlt 12 thn a
ydar ago Quotatfonss Fancy beeves
4554G5 common td rfrae stpers 321
450 stockers and feedara 2751 37
bulls cows and heifers 2500330 veal
calves 525625 T
Hogs There was a stronger Tnarkft
today with a good share of the sales
25c higher ReqeipTs being rather
under the estimate Common IT > prim
sold at 380412
Sheep A few sheej offered today
were closed out n unchanged rrk < s
sales being on a basis of 25093 for
common to choice and S703 for
extra lots Lambs were saleable at
360470 not many going below 401
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK
Kansas City March 7 Cattle Re
ceipts 2500 shipments 1900 mark
steady Texas steers 300400 cows
200250 beef steers 325335 native
cows 175350 stockers and feeder
300395 bulls 175300
buls
Hogs Receipts 3900 shipments
1100 market steady bulk of sales 37
t320 heavies 335385 packers 3 7
385 mixed 370380 yorkers 371
380 pigs 34036o
Sheep Receipts 9000 shipments 800
market steady lambs 365440 mut
tons 250350
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Omaha March 7 Cattle Recplpts
1100 market steady all sold fairly
active natives 335410 westerns 301 <
375 Texans 260360 cows and hei
fers 250330 canners 175240 stock
ers and feeders 290375 calves 300
525 bulls stags etc 200325
Hogs Receipts 4200 market steady
and strong heavy 375385 mixed
375380 light 3803S5 pigs 300
380 bulk of sales 3S0
se
Sheep Receipts 300 market steady
natives 275330 westerns 26532
common and stock sheep 200g > 300
lambs 350125 2001300
WHEAT AT LIVERPOOL
Liverpool March WheatSpot qurfetj
demand poor No 2 red winter 5s 74d
No1 hard Manitoba 5s 714d No 1 Cal
ifornia 5s Sd futures closed
ifora 5 futue easy with
coe e
ild lower i
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS
NeW March t
ulot 15 ro
ChoUar 43 Ophi 120
CroDPolnt 2 Plymouth 2
I C Va 1 6u Quicksilver 1 10
Deadwood 71 Preferred 15 CO
G k C 3ISIDraNevda eo
B N t 30Standlrd 1 0
Homestake 223Ounjo Con 55
hen Sitver 21 YoliovJackt W
Mexican I
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ROAD AND OTHER DONS
Now Yort lrroh 1
AtObi8on 16J Nortbem PaC 4
Adams E1presu 4 Prorerec H
A ExrcJslU UPDG 4
Hl 0 IH North westcrnlC3l
CaeadaPac 6 Prefenod us
Canada Sou 5 N Y ContrL 97l
CentraIPao is OroImp 2
Ches 0 165 OreNov ii
Chicago Ahon 155 Ore B L UN iI
O 135 Atn 75I Pltburgh1W
Chicago Gas E6 PuUmalalace S
Can Gas 15 ReadnS 11i
ColoC1 C R G Y U 111
D L W 15 Preferred 45
D I G prf 4 Rock Island 11
DCF 0 1 St PauL 77
Srie i3t Peferred19
eferred 24 St P 0 4014
401
Fort Wayne 162 Preferrsdi4
Great ror preLI08 Sontem Pao 19
illinois Central 98 SugaRelne1I6
Lskehore47 Union PIC 8
Lea rst 2J USElresB 0
Man Con 111 Wells Fargo Ex Ii
Mich Cen l5 Western UnoJ Slz
Missouri Pac 24 DBG i2s
NSCordage t GonEleo 31
Preferred W CoLFueii 3
N J CeDtrall0 Preterred 56
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SA FRANCISCO MINING
San FraootSCo March 7The omeInl closing
quotatioDG lor mining stocks today were 1
folows
Alta l5rEentuckCoo
At Oon i Ladf Washington
Andes 29Mezicn 17
Belcher 23 Mono L
StIle Islo 21 Mount Dlab10 n
B oB 6 Occidental COD lit
Bodle Con i2 Ophr t
Bullion 11 1 Overman
DulwerCon 2J Potosi 1
Caledonla CtSavage
Cb3len Con ISeorplon 0
Cholar Mil SIera NevQdn 15
Confidence sol Silver Hill
C C tva 161SlvorKlng
Can Imperial 02tlolon Con f
Con Now York IUtah Con I
Cmwn Point 3IYelow Jciie
Exchequer 4 SlIver bar 6St
Uould oCurr 32jMexlcandol f51al
H N 1 30 Drfts sight Par
Julia IDrals telegraph Par
Jultlce 07
GOVERNMENT AND OTHER BONDS
Sow York March 7
U 5 49 regnewlt B R G7 113
New 4s n9W coup17 ¼ ID R 4s 18
IT S 1 NJCentGenl s 1
U Sis coop ll2 NorPaolstai1t
U S 49 rel iOSlt Nor Pa 2dl 1 t
U S 4scoup llo11N W CODsols 13
U S2rog r iNW S Fdeb5Ir
PacifielsotlSICC It G W lt4 7
Missouri 6 100 I St P Consol 73 2
Atclilson4S8 Do C l W 5112
Dito Second A 6f 1 StLlS F Ad810
CanadaSo2nd3lb4 1 UP ltot WI0
C Faa 1st801 95IOJ1
One Minute Cough Cure touches tho
right spot It also touches it at tho
right time if you take it when you
have a cough or cold See the point
Then dont cough For sale by alt
druggists NeldenJudson wholesale
dealers
100 BICYCLE FREE 100
In order to Introduce our mat > > S3
Empress 1S96 wheel we will ship fiej
of charges to any part of the Unltcoc
States one of our famous 100 laities or
gentlemens bicycles to each of the three
I t persons obtaining the greatest number of
I words out of the letters contained in The
I Empress Bicycle company
For conditions of competition send
stamped addressed envelope to Empress
I Blcyclo company 79 Dearborn street
Chicago III Agents wanted
LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS OF SALT LAKE CITY
S ABSTRACT AWMKVGS AND TENTS BAKERIES BARBERS SADDLES AND HARNESS PATENT AGENT3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
GENXER B TT SMITH ADAMS FEHR CHRISTIAN LOUIS HOOK CLAWSON SELDEN
LAWRENCE BAKERY 67 E First E H GLEASON 57
Commercial street 214 South Main Third Street
kICURITY ADSTRAMain DaL 4M RIPPB HENRY CO South DAVID REESE H M McCUNE Manufacturer and dealer 304 State St Patent agent and attorney 310 Dooly INTERMOUNTAIN ELECTRIC CO
CURIZse Bank Building TeL 10 28 East Second South New proprietors Cullen hoteL block 29 East First South TeL 3SC
BAKERS AJO CONFECTIONERS BREWERS SHOE FACTORY MOULTON A ADeseret Bank Building
BALL S F ANHEUSERBUSUH BREWING CO Z C M L HOLDING ILO
AGtu ENG POWDER 18 South Main BARBER SUPPLIES TeL Nos 310 and S82 CO East Brigham West First South
AGRICTLTCRAI IMPLEMENTS HEELEY A C FISCHER A BREWING CO
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CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT CO HEWLETT Three Crown BftOS Baklne 744 Po South ere State STAR BAKERY 26S South Maui SALT LAKE BARBER SUPPLY CO 160 South Tenth West f1 South MaIn TeL 37
1M So f 118 239 South Main 131 West Second South DENTISTS
CDQPERATIVE WAGON MACHINE TWELFTH WARD GRI3WOLD HECTOR
BAKERY BOOTS AND SHOES
LAWYERS
TU 1i4l2SSouth State TeL m 472 East Second South BICYCLES Room 123 Walker Bros Building J
BuIldIng
ElnNT CO RAY VAN KEYSOR E SPENCER LYNCH CO 1
COTT M
281 South State TeL U5 FLOIUSXS CAINE A W CO RY VA KYSOR SECR 124 Main street
2 Sout State eCseOc Room 507 McCornick Block 123 ScottAuerbach Building 3
l LAKER E BAKKS AND BANKERS I e t S cooed South TeL 233 51 1lcCornck Bloc TAYLOR Bu11dIg
PENCE ALLbN EZRA
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S42 B 3rd South 49 West Second South AD DAm JENSEN J S t ALllN BlockTAThOR EZ2ijolonztitution
4 Wet Secnd Sout
8 E DOUt JONES T R CO JNSEN First 229 and 230 Atlas Block 2C1202 Constitution Bulldlns 1
151 South Main Tel 1 COOP WAGON f MACHINE Eapt CO South BOOTH LEE GRAY
ARS FLO NATIONAL BANK OF REPUBLIC COP 7 265 Commercial Block TeL W CtVJI ENGINEERS
t CDRRU3 3 W FLOUR AND PEED TlNAI BAK 2nd South TeL 6 SALT LAKE < < I CO lrst Sout ANDERSON ANDERSON DRY GOODS SNOW GEO CII
1 u JONES d R co ECHETTLER B H L CCLE Main Tel 653 Eagle Building Rooms 23 CItAWSON SPENCER CO 315 Whitingham Bids 54 W 1st South
SORTT IlATNE 4 CO j ONS coa South West Temple 2 South Min 2 Suth 6 COCHRAN MURPHY CWSON 5JENCER 100 Broadway 3 Bldg 5 S l
8 WestEcoond Soutb 31out Temple SAT BANK OF UTAH 231232 Atlas Block 10
MoVCK OH Sout 335 South Main TeL 2 POWERS STRAIn LIPPMAN FLTnrGERS
150 ° tt0llLi11 WALKER BROS SILK FACTORS1 Eagle Block TeL 4SS CLOTHING FACTORY RUSH 3 H PLmnE I
OFFICER R 1 COm t th COKFEOTIOWEIIS M N BROS 2nd South TeL 16 BALT LAKE SILK FACTORY SONNBDECKER N W Z r M I RUS 42 Eist Second South street
16 Uth W cit emp I CO0IONEns 72 East Third South 308 McCornlclc I BuNdlng 50 East BrIgham stet
GLLSOUth F01 7 East ng I
SWA W G a JlcDONALD J G CANDY CO Sut SPA RICHARD
6 West Second South 265 South Main 3740 Commercial Bloc FURNITURE VAN OPTICIANS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LUMBER CO22 South Math M
COMMISSION MERCHANTS RETAL LUmER M KIMBALL Furniture Van UTAH OPTICAL hn I
Express UAH
G03InSSION 1mnCBATS i
KALFuriture Exress Graduate Optician
TAYLORROMNEYARMSTRONG J Mitchell
I r CO FLAVORING EXTRACTS Gr
XAYLRROMNEYAMSTRONG wagon Leave Orders Surbaughs Mc Michel
I EXPERT WATCBC REPAIRING THE HUGHES FRUIT PRODUCE CO EQ1303 West South Temple AMERICAN MFG CO EXTCS J Cornick Block OrterS frbaughs Me 11
OBNTAX WATC
S SBPFMES REARING
CornIc
u South RICA MG Block JEWELERS
AWSON XENA SPIS j ADOLPH HAtTERBACH No 18 and 20 West Second Sout 273 South West Temple MANUFACTURING 11
LAWS STANLEYa 170 State Street MILES M A
VN SAY St CIGARS AND TOBACCOS M A
E McComiele Building SMTH N i steet SANITARY COMPANIES CGAS AD 332334 South Main
ITAY
COMPAIES THE ROGERS CIGAR CO 1
= I EISER HY1W SouthMatxt BRASS AND IRON FOUNDERS UTAH SANITARY COMPANY PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSIC T ROGER 167 South West Temple
TAILORS Jeweler aad Optician 1 E First S tb CROFT SON Telephone No 20 174 South State at CALDERS MUSIC PALACE SALOONS j
1
I 47 West First South FURNITURE AND CARPETS
ROSS t 137 West South Temple SHOE SHOP DAYNES COALTER sout CARPES HASLER GOOD Co Tho Casino
Wont S odouU COATER 68 South Main COOP FURNITURE CO HSLER 17 and 19 East Second South
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ut CAJRPJEXTERS Wetzel Joel the Cheapest Shoe Shop 6 Mai Oi South Main 1 Et South
< SOS S West Temple COALTER SNELGROVE IOI M
EDWARD GAY r COATE 74 South Main street
1tY A PRODUCE < Door and window screens and all Job CARRIAGE AND WAGON MAKERS STOVE REPAIRS 7 reer GROCERIES FEED AND COAL STOVESAND RANGES
UTAH1 POULTRY AND 1 COMMISSION work SBop L West Secoad South P OBLAD KNIGHT J T LOVETT REPAR BATHS POTT GEORGE CCash store Corner SCHOPPE STOVS F E A L CO RGE
CO 1 103 West First South O Box554 145147 East First South
10 l1rt out liH1 Eat FirstSout 2 Stato street BECKS EOT SPRINGS Ninth East and Tenth South 241 South Main
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