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J page ten THE SALT LAKE TRIBUjSTE. fkiday morning, October 2i, 190l-1
H I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants "and Jhe Brokers. J
I I Wall Street Was
I Well Supported
jir ..Yigorous aiaasures Adopted at tho
JJl Opening1 Against Hood of
Ijjj NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Tho reaction in
(1 Blocks went lnrthcr today, but the mar-
i; kot.gavo proof of tho wardship of, pow-
i orful supporters and tho weakness was
at no timo autc. Vigorous supporting
' ' II; measures wcro adopted at the opening
ngalnBt tho early flood of profit-taking
'f which wan brought on overnight by yes
,! terdayrs tiharp break In prices. The ro
ll, action Waa then soomlngly allowed to
ii tako Its course for a time, and when tho
'I selling had exhausted part Of Its force
,i another movement toward recovery de
; News bearing on values played llttlo
I part In tho movement. The dotermlnod
1 liquidation In United States Btecl stocks
1 1 had aa much sentiment on stocks as any
thing ose. and this occurred In splto
) of tho news of the excited buying of plg-
Iron for future dollvcry and of very Jnrgo
ordors for new freight-cars by tho rail
roads In .expectation of an active revival
! of business. Tho complacency with
', which itho 'reaction was goncrally rc-
, garded ,wos duo to tho suppoHltlon that
tho .great financial forces whjch have
mado the market favored a reaction In
; order to shako off weak followers and
. ' give opportunity for themselves to so-
curo stocks at a lower level which had
! ben sold at a prollt.
' In accordance with -this' Idea was tho
, assertion which found prominence during
j tho day that the buying on tho dccllno
j was of the best character. As tho nrt of
; concealment of acts Is tho ono most prized
, , In stock market operations, It follows that
tho Information on this subject Is pecu
liarly liable to error. Tho conviction,
however, that powerful financial Interests
were taking stocks on the dccllno and
that a waiting demand existed at lower
prices, did , have a stronglInlIuenco In dla
3undlng 'holders from parting from their
, stock and In sustaining the tono of tho
I Amalgamated Copper weakened on tho
announcement of the regular dividend be
ing declared and rallied on tho aotual
declaration. St. Paul .anil Atchison of
fered iiolatlvcly good resistance tp depres
sion. The furious buying of Ontario &
"Western nt the last hold the market firm
at tho rally to the closing. The day's
net changes la consequenco are very
smalland showmlxed gains and losses.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
' value, fl.G30.000. United States bonds wcro
unchanged on call.
JsTEW YORK BOND .LIST.
U S rcf 2s rcg...l04?i Mnnhat'c-g 4s. ..103
U S rof 2s coup.lOI'U Mex Cent Ms..... 7-1
U S 3s rcg J104 1st lnc 21 &
U S S3 coup.. ...105 M & St X, Ms JMi
1( IT S n 4s reg 120 Mo K & T Is lfllft,
Ij S n 4s coup. ..131 2nds ,
'I U 8 old 4b rog.JOaiA N R of at c -la.. 70
u S old -Is coup NYC gon Sl'-a.AiO
Atchison gen rls.102-; N J C gen 5s." ...131H,
, ! adjustment 4s. 97 Nor Pac Aa 10-Ri
, ! Atlantic C X. -Is 9SV Nor Pac 2s 75
f B & O Sj6s 6Vi O S L ,1s & P.... os
. Cent of Ga 5s....ll3Vi Pa conv 102
lBJ- incr, Reading ft 4a...AQV'2
UJ? ,9 1B St L & I c 5s 115
Chi & A 3tes 81 St L & S P fp Aa WA
B & Q n ,ls.... .OS St L S'west 1st . 00
i , St P (p Hs.l01 Seaboard A L. 4s SI
Chi t& . con 7s.l2S So Pac rls JHi
, J C R T & P R As. 75 So Ry Es njw
' o c21 V Tex & p Ists 122
S,n3 7 48 P conv -Is 109'$
I' U S Steel 2d 5s.. S7'j
D & R G 4s. 101V Wabaah Oats ..v.115
Er o pr,Ior J ;te..Jl00 Wahash deb B.. 63
! son 4s. W & L E 4a. f."
"I fx i r'D, Cwl3t.jU0Vls Cent 4s.... 02
Hock yal .4Jfa...is ,CoIo F & I... . sig
L, & N Unl 4s 102JA1 -,
, QLOSLNG STOCKl LIST,
i 'A'tch.pnn 'Snld1,3'. Low. Close,
I Rnlt&Ohlo-. 11,500 ftl 031A &(.
I . preferred J00 cil
j preferred '
I ; Chlc & G WcJHt ... 2L3M i'st oAi'
1 chl i S. VC3t :-:
I Chlc T & Trails 353 1S5
, ,., preforjed i i ' niU
C.G .C. St J : K Ii'u life
Colo tSouth ' & g
I 1st preferred !goo St? fJH
j , 2nd .preferred ..! .S00
Dcla & Hud 2KO 175? 174U ia'
d Sffcf WQSt - 1
preferred iiW0 83 2
1st proforr.ea O.ffiO 72U 7iai 721?
! 2nd .preferred! J 000 C0U 49M S 6
Hooking -V-al 200 S3 82 8
preferred 100 90 Mit
Ilfinote Cent 4,6$ i iy. jSJ
Iowa ,Cwt soo a(2
T;preferrcd ... 00 r 1?S 5o.l
Kan City So 27Vi 27 " 27U
profcrrod ,500 jpg .7i 43 -
Louis & Xash 8.300 iS 10.'
1 Manhattan I. 3-WO lint' 1 JSJ?
Mtst p & s s m..' ?
1 Mo Kan & Tex .. . ,-700 sny 'g,-
,;' preffei'red .100 571 rlfi tfj
! I1 Nat R R of area: x M
,j; .preferred A.:..m jvE00 411 41 41
1 Norf & V.cst E.3W) ,73 .TiaJ
' preferred ....... A I
-Reading .... ! io,860 75 74
Oet preferred .... CM
1 Snd preferred . ... A00 SI si sau.
.preferred -'400 73'51 n
j St L.S SVleat 400 22 22 Tu
rffl , i Southern Pac 40.0CO w& Wz
, Southern Ry . i7,S09 U sgk 'SiP
Tpl St L. & W 2fj0 SOV Si?
preferred 200 49 w jS
rH protored, i 35 7? TO
I Wabash .2.50o 2iu 21'
I, Eric 700 Ki is ie'-
, TVlsconRln Cent COO 55 'f ,,a; iS"
:' I preferred wwo 4 v. a "i
fM IJ Mpxlcan Cent , . . 7.0 &
! " Express Cpnjp&njea
Adams ....... . xco 240 40 53.
l American , . SC-'
:i United States ...... " f.t
fffl "Wells Faro ;;;; JJi
a2J1b'0oP''-'-oc, 16 2T4 GUI
ill AKfed.?:.r.r. 'm P
Amerlco 400' "sii Si;
f Amoii-::-::: 5!
preferred". . is??
Am S & Rcf 1.700 otit nu
preferred v '200 jw(J
I Am Sugar Ref 18.4M iit
Anaoonda M.C.0 .... l.o
Colo F &. Iron ..... 13.500 40 35 i?
f Con Gas 11,50) 219JA 2LS 21Sn
-f-- ---r--- -- -t- -r--f---
-f New Tori: 53c -f
San Francisco uSc -f
-f Now York exchange 51.2034.JS
4- ICow, York exchange,.,. JlS.STIJia.OO 4-
' Corn Products 400 17U 17 17
I Dlstllloi-s' Sccurs .. 3,000 33 33 33
Gen Elec 11,000 17G 17514 17CV1
Interna Pnpcr 2,400 17i ISi
preferred SOO 7S 77 77
Interna Pump 37
preferred 100 79 7S 79
Nat Lead COO 2. 24 25
North Amor 200 97i 9-3i 9G
lac aiall 1.600 39 37 39
Peoplo's Gas 6,5M 107V 1W1 107V
1? Stool Car 6.GM 41i -iO't, 404
preferred 100 S2 S2 Sli
I'ullman Pal Car 227
R'.ep Steel 3.100 121A 11 HTfc
preferred 1,300 52 52 52Vi
Rtlbbor Goods 1,500 22-6 22 22
jp referred 100 So 85 S5
T(Bin C & Iron .... 5.100 5C 5314 5SU
U iS Leather 19.700 13 12 13v
preferred 1.50) 92 WA 91i
U 65 Realty 400 (3 03 Cl
U 15 Rubber 700 2S 2S 2Si
pnifcrred SOO S2Vi S2 S2
U S Steel &9.0CO 21 20 21
pr ferrcd 129.400 81 0 Sl
Wosil lnghouse Elec. 1,900 172 170 171
Wentern Union .... 400 92 31 91U
Total sales for the day, 1.499.S00 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NETv" Y'ORTC. Oct, 20. Bar silver, 5Sc;
Slexlcan dollars. AC,lc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 20.-SUvr bars,
GSc; .Mexican dollars, 4&ff46c Drafts
Sight. 7c; telegraph, 10c.
Money and Exchange,
XITW' YORK, Oct. D). Closo: Money on
call steady at 1&32 por cent, closing bid
offored at 2. Tlmo loans steady; CO
days. 3jKltt per cent; 90 days and Klx
months,. 33?i per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper. 4fiG per cent. Sterling' ex
change firm, with actual business In bank
ers' bll.'s nt J1.S5.K5 lor demand and at
U S3.C0 for CO-dav bills; posted rates, JI-ISi
l.Sl; commercial bills, $1.S3.
New Tork Metals.
NEWr YORK, Oct 20.-TIn was easier Sn
tho London market, closing at 131 12s Cd
for spot and 130 2s M for futures. Lo
cally, prices were affected by the Indica
tions of an easier situation abroad, and
spot closed at $2S.G752S.S7, somo dealers
Copper was unchanged at 00 Is 3d for
spot and C) Ga for futures In tho London
mnrkcL Locally, lako Is quoted at $13.12
QVlVi, electrolytic nt fl8.005M3.25, and
casting at S12iS713.00.
Lead waa unchanged .it 12 5s In Lon
don and at S4.20J14.S5 In New York.
Spelter also was unchanged at 23 2s Cd
In London, but ruled a llttlo higher hero
Iron closed at GOs 4d In Glasgow and
43s 9d In Mlddlesboro. Locally. Iron was
firmer; No, 1 foundry Northern, SH.75j
15.25; Xo. 2 foundry Northern, S14.2Tygl4.76:
No. 1 foundry Southern and No. 1 foun
dry Southern ooft, $14.50g'15.00.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20. -Wheat-Easier:
December. $1.47; May, $1.4911.
Barley Steadier; December, S1.0S?i
May, $1.09. -u.
St. Louis Wool Market.
;ST. LOUIS. Oct. 20. Wool-Steady; me
dium grades combing and clothing, 2(KT
26c; light fine. l&gOOc; heavy fine, ISJPlGc;
New York Sugar Market.
.'NEW YORK. Oct. 20.-Sugar-Raw
steady, fair refining, 3lc; centrifugal .9G
fest. 4ic; molasses sugar, ac. Roflned
Is unsettled; crushed, ?5.C5; powdered
?5.05; granulated, SI.95.
( Butter and Eggs.
CNEW YORK. Oct. 20.-Buttcr, cheese
and eggs unchanged.
The Right Way
to wash clothes soak the dirt out
with Fels - ATaptha. Rubbing
wears them out-your hands and
; I FECIAL 1 1
; I Ladles' felt Juliets, red and I
8 Misses' same, 11 1-2 to 2 V
I Child's same, 8 1-2 to 11
1 Child's same, 5 to 8 I
I Men's Leggings I
1 50c, 55c, 65c I
1 SEE OVB, WINDOW. 1
I SHOE COMPANY
I 258 So. Main 5t. J
1 YOfiELER SEED & PRODUCE CO., I
I Distributers of UTAH'S BEST 9
I FLOTJR, mado -by the Farmcro' I
Union RoUr Mills, Smlth.fleld, jf
m Utah. JH
Wheat and Flour
ill Go Op Again
Western Product Is All Going to
Eastern States Turkoys
Wheat and Hour will go up again be
Xoro .the winter Is far advanced, 13 tho
opinion of local grain .men. Salt Lake
oommlsslon merchants aro shipping largo
qunntltlcs of wheat to the East and
South, much of Utah's and Idaho's crop
going ns far as Tenncasee and Georgia. '
Washington and Montana wheat Is being
shipped by tho tralnlond to Minneapo
lis, whore It Is converted Into flour and
sent from there to lioston, New York
and other Eastern points. Last year tho
wheat from itj,e sunic localities was going
to Minneapolis, as It to now; but tho Hour,
Instead of being shipped to the Eastern
part of this country, wa3 being sont to
tho Orient. Tills year, on nccount of tho
shortage of Iirejidstuff In the Eastern
Suites, virtually no wheat Is being ex
ported. Farmers who have been iholdlng
their wheat stand an excellent chanco of
realizing a largo profit from tho action.
row York aPIlc elder was "tapped" on
tho local market yesterdav. Thirty-gallon
barrels cost $9; half-barrels, ?5.
Oysters were almost entirely off thu
market yesterday, owing to dclaved ship
ments. Fish were plentiful and tho de
mand was strong. There Is quite a de
mand for turkeys, but they aro scarce'
and thoao that do como In are rather
poor. Chickens aro more plentiful. A
few lobsters and ducks wcro received yesterday.
Hay, Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
ba e. 50p; alfalfa, $10.00; timothy, per ton,
baled. K0O; wheat, por bushel, 93c!8$1.05;
ncr cwt- "51 -Wfll.O; corn, cracked.
5U51.&,, oats, $1.35; rolled oata, Jl 45;
, r.l?& rlJed. Sl.SoiftUS; Hour, bakers' No.
1. $2.30; flour, straight grade. S2.-I0K2.5O;
flour. "hlRn patent. J2.COg'2.70; rye. J2.C0;
FV2-"4m ,Iour 52.502.75; cornmcal, J1.70fi
1.80; bran, 3L00; bran und shorts, ?1.10&
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, -I&SC&c;
dressed vea!. per pound, 9c; drcssod
lambs, per pound, Gc; drcsHod mutton, por
pound, SSd'Ac; dressed hoga. Sc: live, fee
cords. 35c; Utah apples, bushel. 75c;
oanta Paula lemons, box. 1.00, peaches,
box, G07oc; plums, box, COc; bananas, por
Poultry. Dressed ihens, 11c: broilers,
per pound, He.
.Fr.ults Valencia orangCB, case. J1.C0;
Utah watermelons, per dozen, ?LE0; Utah
2- osrapes, case, $1.25; black grapes,
i.7d; rokay gi-apes, $1 75; New York Con
cords. 5c; Utah apples, bushel, $1.00;
faanta Paula lemons, box. $4.00; peaches,
box, 503775c; plums, box, COc; bananas, per
bunch. J2.C0; Utah pears, box, $1 25; cran
berries, $9 50 barrel; dates, per pound, ftfj
10c; pineapples, per dozen, $2.C0; German
nrunes. si no nr inwin.i
uarar$TMCet eusar' pcr 1W' ?S,'W; cano
Vegetables. California head lettuce, 50
'aCOc per clozen; oyster plant. 45c a dozen;
new celery, dozen, 50c; parsnips, per
?wtV.5vo; reon peppors, per pound.
6c; Utah summer squaeh. dozen. 20c. Utah
tomatoes, G0ff70c a bushel; yellow onions
per 100. $1.25; vegetable marrow, dozer..
COc; red cabbage, per pound. 2c. sweet
potatoes, per cwt.. $2.25, Utah cabbage,
pcr 100, $1.25; potatoes, per cwt., 90c- tur
nips, beets and carrots, per 100, $1 00- green
onions, pcr dozen, 20c; radishes, Utah o0c
pumpkins, dozen. $L25; golden tomatoes!
pound. 4c; Utah egg plant. Cc; Utah let
tuce. 20c; cauliflower, pound. Cc
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound 'c
chpse. per pound. 12c; eggs, per cac,'
5C.7cnj(.2o, comb honoy, por crate V75'
swtitzer cheese, per pound, 18c: llmbu're
er cheese, por pound. JGc; cream brlok
dozen?' 2C.00.POUn1, 1?C: Edam Chce80'
Fresh Fish. Utah ilako bass. 35c sni
mon 13c; mountain trout 35c; Jinllbut
striped bass, por pound, 15C; soW
pcr pound, 9o; flounders, per pound 9e-'
California smelts, per pound. 12c catfish'
per pound, 12c; perch, per pound.'lOc- lob
sters, per pound. IGc: oystors. Now York
counts, $1,C0 per ICO; selects, $2,25 per cat
Ion; barracuda, pcr pound. J2c; basa
per pound, ,12c; bloaters, per 100, $3.50
jMeats. P,rlme rib, 171ic; porterhouso ir
20c. pork, 17&c; mutton chops, l&l
legs, 12c; spring lamb. 12&;
pound; veal ':2$f20r; veal loaf. Wc
Poultry. Dressed hens, IGc; broilers -Cy30c;
turkoys. 25c; ducks, 20c
springs, 20c; teal ducks, 30c pair, mallards,
FrultB. Crabapplcs, 50c per peck' Htih
apples per ,pobk. 3a-l0c; lemons, nr '
dozen. '2oc; orangos., per dozen. 4oW&
peaches, per pound, ,5c; per case. cojuSo!
bananas, per dozen. 30c; pears 5c ner
pound, plums, So; Utah watermelons, on? '
2oc. Utah cantaloupes, 5p40c; mn7S
(black), per basket, C0c; grapes (whlfo?
COc: Tokay ,grapes, COc.; pomegranate, l5c
pcund; pineapples. 30 and 40c each.
Vegetables, Now celery, 5c a stilk
oyster plant, Cc a bunch; Clilna radlshM
two bunches for 5c: Utah egg plant 5c
pcr pound. 'parsnips, two bunches for' Bo
Utah peppers, three pounds for 25c red
cabbage, lour pounds for 25c; sweet noti
toee. per pound, 3c; green corn on cob
per dozen, 20 and Kc, Utah summer
I squash, itwo for ,5c; Utah cucumbers three
for 5c; cauliflower, ,10c a pound; potatoes '
per peel'., 20c; cabbngo. pcr pound 3c:
turnips, per pound, 2c; green onions 2Ur:
carrots. 2c: Deota. 2Uc; Utah tomatoes!
per pound. 2c; lettuce. 6c; CaHfornK
lettuce, two or 15c; pumpkins, 15C Huh
bard squash, 15c; pickling onions, 50c ner
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound 30c
cheeEO. lac; eggs, por dozen, 2530c- fmnv
cheese, pcr pound. 25c; comb honey nor
comb. 15c; strained honey, per pound
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; llmbiin
cheese, per pound. COc; cream brick
cheese. 2oc: Edam cheese, each $125
Fresh Flsh.-Black bass, 35c; "salmon
17c; mountain trout, 40c; JialibuL ikJI:
lBtr.Ipcd bass. 20c; Mackinac Hrm.f1
20c; codfish, 15c; perch, "-'Ac stur'
scon. 16c. white fish 20c: mountain her!
ring, ,15c: select oysters, COc a quart-
SKu?5e: per poun 1Ce: aea 'ba"' P
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Oct. 20.-Notwlthstandlmr
liberal receipts Northwest id Tat?
aiblcs a llrm undertone prevailed n
tho wheat market at the opening. Do"
$111115, while May was & lower to
l.luhor nt $1 13?i1.146. Tho In Ula
Irmness was duo mainly to reported
scarcity of milling wheat. A aharp'breok
n prices at Minneapolis, howevor. soon
broiiGht out heavy sales hero by nk
.traricra and commission houses, tho Im
pression apparently .being that thu lower
prices In the Kanthwcst "foreshadowc-l
si III greater increase in tho .country
rovc-m-nt In that secMon. " Ju conso
o.uence .sentiment for a tlmo was rather
The declining .tendency was chocked by
S??;';1iv.0 cV5iand,from hort And some
2f th? ij- bull traders. Following a rally
at Minneapolis ,the market here .also 00
camo strong. December advanojnr in
SI dm. May cold ,up to a J4 a? Whar?
break In corn about this time, the wheat
nmikot was subjected to heavy reaUzlne
sales, as a result of which sentiment bo-j-ame
,qult weak. Soiling pressure was
City and St. Louis am1 bv exrvedlii"lv
Hina'! oxDorls for die day. Tne'mnrllot
was further weakened by tho execution
of stop logs orders nnd by a slackem-fl
Th low point on December for the day
wan reached at il.llk, and on May at
1.12;. Somu recovery wns made on cov
ering by shorts, but the close was veak
with December at $1.14ii,1.14?i. Final
Oiiolutlonv. on May wcro at ?1.11.
Firm cables and wot woather in por
tions of tho "West caused an active de
mand for corn early In tho session, re
sulting 3n a stronc market. December
opened unchanged to .higher at .49
! i'J-tic sold between iS and 19?i4DcT
and closed 'at ttc Local rocelpts were
. T.no act,on of wheat and corn had an
Influence in tho oat market. December
opened a shade liltfiar at 29S'29U,c.
mngod lwlweon 29 and 2929iic, and
closed at 2Sc. LociU ix-celpts wcro 114
Provisions wero steady on fair support
by pit traders. At the closo January
pork was up 5 cents at $15.10. Lard was
down 2V. cents at S7.17&. Ribs were un
Estimated receipts for tomorrow
Wheat. 92 cars; corn, 101 cars; oats. 101
cars; Jioes. 14,000 head.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Artlclcfl. Open. ,Hlgh. Low. Close!
Wheat. No. 2
October , 1
December 1.159$ 1.16 l.itvi l!ll
1.14-? 1.12-S 1 13
Ju'J" 99 1.00 9Si -99
Lorn. No. z
December 19 49 jS 48
M' 43 40. 4 15
Oats, No. 2
December 2Ti 23 25
, 31 31 mi 30T,
Mess pork, por barrel
9ctolK;r H.03 11.05 1 0.95 10.95
January 12.35 12.47 12.32 12,40
Way 12.40 12.50 12.35 " 12.33
Lard, per 100 lbs -
October 7,25 7 25 7 22 7 "V
January 7.20 7.22 7.15 " 7!l7!
Way 7.27 7.32 7.23 7.27
Hliort ribs, pr 100 lbs.
October 7.30 7.30 7.15 7.15
January ...6.43 C C2 C.45 COO
May c.57 C.C5 C.57 6 CO
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
firm; No. 2 spring wheat, $1.121.17; No. 3,
$1.051 15; No. 2 red, $1.17C1.19; No. 2 corn,
52ic; No. 2 yellow. 56c; No. 2 oats, 29c; No.
3 white, 29C31c; No. 2 rye. TSc; .good
feeding barley. 37c; fair to choice malting,
40gC0c; No 1 ilax seed, Sl.10, No 1 North
western, $1.17; mess pork, per barrel,
$10.9o'll 00; lard, per 100 pounds, $7.22V-?j
7.25, short ribs sides (loose), $7.25'i.7J7;
short clear sides (boxed), S7.37ij.7.G2,
whisky, basis of high wines, $L26r clover,
contract crade, $12.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rots Ship
Flour, barrels C3.S00 2S.100
"Wheat, bushels 10S.C00 111,400
Corn, bushels 90.200 232.0CO
Oats, bushels 175,500 100.500
Kyo. bushels 1,100 17,800
Barley, bushels 11S.C00 3,000
On tho produce exchange today the but
ter market was llrm; creameries, 15tf?21c;
dairies, 13lSc; eggs, steady, 1031SVic;
checso, steady. 103?10c.
CHICAGO. -Oct. 20. Cattle Receipts.
14.0W, Including 4000 Westerns Market
steady to strong. Good to prime steers,
$S.5Aff-7.CO; poor to medium. $3.505.40;
stockcrs nnd feeders. $2.01.00; cows. $2.50
(5M.25; 'heifers. $2.0Ot?5.25; cannors, $l..5fi
2.25; bulls. $1.754.25; calves. $3.0000.73,
Texas Tod steers, $4.5OS3.00; Western
Jtlogs Receipts 18,000. Market, strong;
mixed and butchers. S1.75C-6.35; good to
choice, heavy. S5.15C5.40; rouch. heavy,
SI.COC5.00; Jight, $1.75C525; bulk of sales,
Sheep Rccolpts 30.000. Sheep, strong;
lambs, steady; good to choice wethers,
$3.75C-I.50; fnlr to oholco mixed, $3.00C3.75,
"Western sheep. S3.00C1.25; native lambs,
S3.C0C5.S5; Western lambs, S 1.005p5;C5.
OMAHA. :Neb., Oct 20.-Cattl.e-Receipts.
400; market steady; native steers. S4;mh
C33; cows and heifers. 2.40C3.(; Western
r.tecrs. S3.0OC-I.C5; Texas steers, $2 75C3 C5
range cows and heifers. 2.25$3.25; wirinera'
SI 5O'02.15; stockcrs nnd feeders $25S4 00:
calves, $3.5053.00; bulls and stags. Sl'&O&a ?'
Hogs -Receipts. 2C00; market '5c hhrhe
heavy. $5.0OCG.10; mixed, S5.CC5.(f. llcht
iC.15; pigs, S4.25C4.75; bulk of sales
Sheep Receipts. 10,000; market stronc
Ie5Jern iN'eai-Ungs. SS.C5.10; wethers. $3 46
C3.M; ewes,,J31(Kr.60. common and stock
crs, S2.50C3.75; lambs, $1.5.25
KANSAS CITY. Mo Oct 20 Cattlo.
Receipts, 9000; market strong to 10c lower
native steers. $4 OO50.OO; native cows and
heifers. S4.25C4.50; stockors and feeders
bulls'. 5173-25; calves. $2,500
COO; Western stoera. S3.00C-I-50; Western
cows. $1 C0C3 50.
Hogs-Reooipts, 00: market stcadv
bulk of sales, Sl.S0gC.15; hcavv, S3 15ffi5 30'
5C0kEt!' JJ9kff5'20; pis and "Bhtil, ii.00
Sheep Receipts, SOOO; market stronc
muttons, 'S3.25W2.S0; lambs, $4.25C5.50; ranee
wethors. S325CI.C0-. owes, $2.50C3.C0 Utah
lambs. 73 pounds. $5.50. J 1 Utan
Do you drink Schilling's '
Don't you know 'it?
What! don't know itl
Your tocct return yonr moaey if j-ou don't like It.
Notice of Assessment No. H.
The Silver Shield Minim: nnd Mlllln
company, principal placo of business. Sail
Lako City. Utah. Notice Is hereby clTcn
that at a jnectlng of tho board of direct
ors of tho above named company hahi
on the ISth day of October. JW. assSi-
levied on tho capital stock of the cor-
tfl??'?" -JVIne. PUblo Immedlate
J to ii.. tv, Icad, assistant soci-ptir-i' nt
6H McCorJTiclc building Salt LakCItv1
Ltali. Any stoclc u)on wlUch this assess
.mciit may lmaln unpaid on AVodnesdny
ovembcr 2lst 1904. wl, bo dellntpJejn
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and .unless iayment Is made before
will bo sold on Thursday, Dee. Rth loai'
at 10 a m.. at the office" of the assistant
secretary. 511 McCornlclc building. Salt
Lake City. Utah, to pay the delLn
tiuent assessment, tocether with cost of
advertising and expense of salu.
E. H. MEAD, Assistant SecrcfTri
511 McCcrnlck building. Salt S city
WATERWORKS . PAYETTE, IDA.
Scaled proposals will be received by tho
City Clerk. Payette. Idaho, until 12 o'clock
noon, JNovemher 4th. 1901. for furnisnln
a I labor ind Tnatcrlols necessary to com.
p?tt! sr-stera of waterworks for tho
city of Payette, Idaho. 0
Plans nd spccitlcatlons may be seen
oPaeUe0' ity eer? W
An approved bond or a certified checlc ' ;
pf J?. rr cont Tnust uccompxny each bid
nnoriroias1"""8 the to I
XSeal.) GEO. W. RAKER. City Clerk
wmmmmim mmmmmt 1
ABBAYEU?. 3 1
vy. era Be.th. Salt t: cu.
i A Good Coffee 25c
: Wo might truthfully say, "Tho Be9t
Coffc for 25o." for wo know whereof
B wo spcal. We honestly believe Aro
ma Coffee nt 25c por pound to bo the
! DcM. PoKriblc Coffee at the price. We
S glvo no promlum wltli this coffee, only
B nuallty. If there was a premium with
I It thero would follow a neccssnry cut
Wo call for order?.
I Cook Tea & Coffee Co.,
'Phono 974-Y. 14 B. 3rd South.
J PEERY BROS. BULLING- CO., i
.i . .- y frr-' m x' ifi
j COMMISSION CO.
Continuous quotations on New
York Stocks and Chicago Grain. ',
J We buy and Bell stocks and grain l
t on margin or for cosh. Our private '
I rooms enable our customers to
como In and transact business with i
T the utmost secreoy. I
B Write or cull for our Book of In- S
formation "System of Specula,
iw tion"). free upon application,
ft ootna 2O9.0-211-2 D. Walfcor I
3 aicmbera Salt Lako Stock and A
ii Mlnlnc Exchange. 'Phono 699. R
Men! Don't Be Weak
tTo mon who
ity, losses, im
i matism, lamo
trouble I will
give tho use of
tric Belt abso
lutely frej un
til cured and
not one penny
In advance or
cured as low
as J4 in most
cases. If It
fails to cure you don't pay me anything
whatever. Beware of Imitations. Tho
I genuine Dr. Sanden Belt can only be had
at my establishment as below. Standard
for forty years. Call today and tako a
belt along or write for one and my two
books scaled free.
BE. T. N. SANDEN,
097 Market Street, San Erancisco, Cal.
Hnnnapah Mining and Smelting
Principal place of business, Salt Lake
There aro delinquent upon tho following-described
stock on account of assess
ment levied September 6. 1901, the several
amounts sot opposite tho names of rho re
spective stockholders, aa follows;
No. Name. Shares. Am't
IS Frank B. Work 10,000 $50 00
19 Frank B. Work -..10 000 0000
21 Frank B. Work 1,000 s'oo
5:2 Frank B. Work 3,750 s 73
C-t J. D. Wood ROO 4 00
Cl-W. B. Skinner n.000 25 W
77 J. J. Clark f,oo m
7S M. S. Macdonald c.ooo 25 '00
101-E. P. Graham 1,000 n 00
103 E. P. Graham 1.000 fi'oo
109 E. P. Graham ,000 5 00
121 Joseph Klewans soo i 50
13C John H. Ruhlln 1,000 E 00
137 John H. Ruhlin i.onrt fi'nn
152 C. Work 1 000 SM
153- C. Z Work 1,000 5 00
lG-i-C. 55. Work L000 w
155- C. Z. Work ;,0 S f
156- C. 55. Work lIoOO lioo
191 A. P. Hanson coo 2 EO
193 J. B. Delafontalne 1,000 e'oo
194 Frank B. Work 1,000 g'oo
195 Frank B. Work 1,000 k'do
196 Frank B. Work 3,000 cm
197 Frank B. Work 1 000 5 00
IDS-Frank B. Work 3 000 5 to
199 Frank B. Work : 50.) &
200 Frank B. Work 0 5 rn
201 Frank B. Work wo no
202 Frank B. Work eoo 2 -A
203 Frank B. Work 500 'tK
204 Frank B Work .. GC0 "bo
203 Frank B. Work M 2 EO
205 Frank B. Work 500 "'sa
207-Frank B. Work COO 2 to
SOS-Frank B. Work K) 2 CO
And In accordance with the law and an
order of the board of directors, made Sep
tember fi, 1904. bo many Bhares as may bo
necessary of each parcel of said stock will
bo sold at the company's ofllce, C03 Dooly
block, on tho 29th day of October, 1901 nt
10 o'clock a. m., to pay delinquent assess
ments thereon together with the cost" of
advertising and expense of sale
blOS2 W. E. BLOCK. Secretary.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lako CItv
Utah. October 15, 1904. '
Notice Is hereby given that tho Conti
nental Mines and Smelting Corporation
by Its mannger, Honry M. Crowther'
whoso poslofllco address is 4W DooK
Block. Salt Lake City, Utah, haa mado
application In accordance with tho re
quirements of Chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah. 1903, to appropriate twen
ty (20) socond-Xcet of the water flowlntr
in Llttlo Cottonwood creek. Salt Lako
county. Utah. Said water to bo diverted
from tho main stream at a point about
five thousand eight hundred (KSOO) feet
ibovo tho Intake of the Columbus Consol
idated fining company's pipe line, from
fvhoro tho water will bo conveyed through
a flume and plpo for a dlstanco of about
3000 feet and thoro bo used for the de
velopment of power, whlcl. is to be used
for propelling machinery at the ContU
nental Alta Mill In the Little Cotton
wood mining district. Alter having been
0 diverted and vised tho water will bo
returned to tho natural channel of Lit
:lo Cottonwood creek' at a point ahout
m Xcct above the intake of the Colum
bus Consolidated company's power plant
All protosts against the granting of ?ald
ippllcatlon, stating tho reasons therefor
nust be mado by affidavit and filed in
Ids office within thirty 30) days after
ho completion of th publication of this
lotlce. A. F. DOREMT7S,
' State Engineer.
Date of first publication, Oct- IS, date
if completion of publication, Nov, 17, ,
' ' TREAT aTfwFK
CATARRH ftfld all curable rfittiei JTb
of tho cy a, cw.noac.lhroat, lunrfj, ilom- nfJV fy Wrl
ach.livw. bo well, ludnoy. bladder a.nd t. SX i
all chronic, nervous and private diseuei QjiEt? jT
of both sexes, and diefx9M of children. "JS. jB,
novo Treat in cut Cures. Write 'fjfMWnfi
tor trcv jxuptono lint If yoa cn- fiMgfft
not call. Conulttton ro. Ssffiff
j Dxri.j.5noars. Special Offer In Privato Diseases .J
irnforfjiniitM of both exce, TTbo art) ontTorltur from Privato Dljw1.bc,h
EHOHKS' DO XOT ASK YOU TO PAT TDi.il OJl. DOLLAU OOEEnjSt I
TSp8VBHWtM- KNOW ?HBT OAK ODTtK ANP DO CURE ritlVATE DTOAm-.
S ooro Duoh cao twforo tbo patleut laxcflulrcd to pay Dro. 8b yc' 000 oolbvr. 0" ihij
mar nor lUoToo In snsall trooklr or moothlrinstallmontfl na tho euro prwwiiM 'Zat?ls,Pv2
Ivtl& qfuvaIwo vriru the avi'lictkd. ueaUa death wowS, C&tTn6
do man da all Caah, la eoh--vDCO for empty proraiMW. Dia you vr be,r of a "aifS
nonny 10 a duped patient? Tnko no chancos you cannot loj fsar cofjy if yon dnis1'861!
P 3?ln:ie5ttaPor 00 called 'WE A KNEaSKS I OF. MEN "aro aimp, y tU nZtX"?
Inflamed PnoSTATE GLAifD Drt. Siortw' now TOCAI, TRBAT.AIEnt for sach caL!
AULY CUKHS-.-vsk. othor Doctors how many macji they ouro uudor tbo old and So?UN ?5 I
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GONOItUIIOBA, BYrillLlSi VARICOCELE and kindred troable hj ! UiftTffiH
; rnonoy. than any In.tltaUon In tbi wwt. orory caw Is oonndeut o1-tt0 never neoaLraJ? Q
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l DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 Spui '
. ICcToiwapla eaft AjMOytlo ThTsfeJa,
CURES Fits, Werrona "Wealn- v
relgla, Varicocalorwealc SDlnSV
near. Oravol, feS ByeaT
Tapo Worm. Dwpila Uvw 52fiJH
lpuu Old Sores, Scrofula, rS,
Huff Joniia, Piles In thir TqT?
5-hoso afflicted with EpUpW orifl
to prmonontly curwl. or tt
By tho aid of tho Ml era icons m , ,
Met CVUcut, CancerouBVtir
of Limo. Albumen, and, all
ubatinoeo mixed with tho itr?
Blood. Thta Is tn acienUflo
mi trfeHtinc Chxonlo DtMasciT smtf
Can bo found at bis offloe. flt tw t.
9l, from 10 a, m. t 4 p..a: pJE?- -.
ad 7 to 9 p. a. i:c0:ni u, n L
HALF 1TB CURE . J 13 k
I Sail aKe Brewing Company
fyL new Brana or Mr
B "Our America
! Bftlng of a. euporlor quality, Is rapidly- taihj
ltrf&WS. tho plooe of Eastern importations. At tti
CTrR7Mffli' eame prico as our other brands. Try it -
' mmm p 3- moii,z. General m&rtwt. '
j RSri KENT U UK. Y UQI70B CO.,
I i b Eosldont Betall Agenta.
-flMwP1r i Telephone 231.
NOTHING BUT BOTTER
colSderTd"10 mdem creamery where purity and cleanliness areCr
-ffitU.?1 remery Supply eorfS
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S The kind that's advertised. I
2 We are agents for this well- 1
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i $1.00 UP. I
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Dayton Prog Co. 1
;. Cor. Second South and State St ffl
Tel. 552. ' j
3 Refer to Our Nurses' Directory. 5
. 1 IP IJ1MI' ' j
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Jno. Day nes 6c Sons,
26 MAIN STBSET. 1
HiiLJHiLV. .l titj;i93iim I
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homo unfeyMaa? txeatod At S.' ,
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havo taken mvru lAn..P' Jfi'on K
havo nches mdn?t.V Vi JM-"h still
GOOK REBIEbY CO, 3 ,
sio Hia?;'c "sp. cticno. m. i i
Wo extract your teeth FRE2.
without ono atom of pain, wc
new tooth aro ordw
Beautiful 22-k dJC
Gold Crowns forJ)u
Good act of teeth. 53.00
I Gold fillings, 51.00. KS
R Silver fillings, 60c to JI.00. KM
I Guaranteed PAINLESS exte- m
Ail work dono by operator or n
perlenco and ability
IF YOU WANT THE BUk K
dental work for the lo-.vst PJ K
YOU AEE LOOKING KOR US. V
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b 126 Main Street. V
I Hours. S:30 to 6;S0j Sandar. 3 K
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T. L. Tearl, Secretary. IT-
TJboneanda in ve-M'0- !fl
-nro, not one returned. . 1,
Standard Appliance t
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