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THE SAiLT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY JANUARY 27 y185 c Ifs A o i
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I COMMERCIAL °
EASTERN MARKETS
Stocks Grain and Cattle
gooey
B Reports
Petroleum
SEW YOEK January 2G Petroleum
firm C9K T
J
Sew York Money Market
NEW YORK January 20
Money easy 1 134
Prime paper 4K 6 <
Exchange bills firm 84
Sterling exchance demand 88
New York Stock Market
yew YORK January 26 Wall Street
Stocks opened dull I
HEW YORK January 20 Govern
ments firm Railways steady The
market opened generally to K higher
and advanced 34 to IK during the first
hour Later on Missouri Pacific to
9N After 1230 coal stocks were gen
erally firmer and advanced X to 4 In
the last hour the market was stronger
owing to an agreement between the coal
companies Compared with Saturday
the prices closed generally X to iyB
higher Those that were lower were
Burlington S Quincy Jg Oregon Trans
continental St Paul preferred y
XewYorfc Sllnlnn Market
New YORK January 26 There Was
considerable business in mining stocks
this morning the transactions amount
ing to 10400 shares Robinson was ac
tive and weak 20 17 Navajo weak
1 GO regular and 155 150 seller 60
Bodie 195 and Con CaIn Va 195
Standard was stronger and higher 56
fO Homestake 1000 Auric firm 3
Alice 2 00 buyer GO Albion 6 Belle
Isle 20 Grand Prize 35 H N
340 seller 10 Silver King50Q buyer 60
and Ontario at 18K In the afternoon
there were sales of 4800 shares Alice
sold at 200 Amie at 300 Horn Silver at
290 seUer4 290 285 regular 280
seller 10 Navajo at 165 Hale S Kor
cross at 310 Chrysolite at 82 California
t Virginia at 13 14 Little Chief at 21
Robinson at 20 Grand Prize at 40 sixty
hares and Standard forty shares at
CO and fifty at 65 I
Chiciso Grain Trade
CuicAoo January 20
AFTERNOON
Wheat Easier 79 January 79 > <
February 8534 May
Corn Easier 37 January 37J4
March 41 Slay
OatsEasy 29 JanuaryFebruary
KyB May
Rye Quiet 63
Barley Fair demand 65
Pork Firm 1222234 January
LardSteady 685 January
Bulk Meats Fair demand shoulders
485 490 short ribs 620 625
short clear GCO 665
Whisky 13
Chicago Cattle Jttaiket
CHICAGO January 20
Cattle Receipts 7000 very dull
steady common to choice shipping
400 575 stockers and feeders 330 I
470 cornfed Texans 400 500
Hogs Receipts 22000 strong ac I
tive 5 higher rough packing 430 qy
455 packing and shipping 455 485 i
light 430 465
Sheep Receipts 3200 steady in
ferior to fair 220 to 300 medium to
good 325 425 choice to extra 450
t500
Drovers Journal special Liverpool
quotes by cable best American cattle
1 cent lower tops 14 cents dressed sup
ply large
MnrnJiic Railroad Stocks
NEWYOBK January 26
Governments NhyC 8G
3s 10135 iO N 68K
4sM 12J Oregon Trans 13
43 21X Pacific Mail 54 > <
Pacific fc 25 I Panama 98
Central Pac 3IJJI ritLSF 93
U BfcQ is iTexas Pacific 124
North Pac 1fjYa Union Pacific 4SJi
N Pac preL 3S34 W Fargo Ex 5
worthwcitcru 89JiW U 5734
Afternoon Stuck Market
NEW YORK January 26 clcse
Government iMich Central 51
3f lOU Nor Pacific 1634
44sexfnt 124 Nor Pac pfd 3Ya5
45 a ii 21 Northwestern 89
Pac 95s 25 New York C ferj
Am Express 00 Oregon Navig C3J
tan Pacific 40X Transcontl 12
Can p0ntLcrn 291j OreIra Co 254
Cen Pacific iJ1 < Pacific Mail 55
Q IjJ Panama 08
1 kawanna
Uckawanna 843 Rock Wand X874
D
R G 8 St Paul 72
Etie 12 Texas Pacific 12yd
H St Joe 3S > 5 Union Pacific 49Y
Kansas d Tex 1535 United States 50
tike Shore 60341V Fargo ex 0
L 4 N 21 Ya W Union ci oo o7K
Western Stocks
SAX FUASCUCO January 23
AI 30 Mexican 33
B t
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lko hI Navajo 135
QUie Con 1 Ophir ai
Chollllron 11Opphl 11
CAOllar 144 Potosi 41
eon Cal 1 IaIO Savage 1
lcaIaeficSO Sierra Nevada 50
q L tlf Con 2 Jf nion Con 40
L 65 Yellow Jacket I34
H X Ix
Liverpool Grain
LiVEEroot January 230 pm
Corn New mixed firm 51
Wheat Receipts Uurin the pa t
KIfrom Atlantic ports 27400 quart
190 0 facific ports 7000 other sourer
CornReceipts 43200 quarters
LATIST QUOTATIONS
rcadstuffs quiet
ffheatNo 1 California 7s oil < K 1
i No2 California 7o2d s jai win
SL California 7b 2d 7s 5d j Tin
ref
r red western 7s 3d 7s 7d
Visits or the Dcacl to the tlvln
towanf > > of stories on this subject
are
nftej told all j of Wljeh when thoroughly
arc Jound b have their in
d yaetf andn ave origin
Itic e
nd0f and nervous dreams To get
inch a pleasant dreams tone
y ur t Jiea up
r urn E t1 bBruudastIrogrtieiBitters
Drowns Iron Bitter
f i Ter toI I tri i s this famous ionic
It
n re able aid pleasant in it
M
r EPr I I 1tJ KAnt ot G3t Elm
1 P j t malt says Browns Io
era rell Irelme of dvcpep ia
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PERSONAL
J C CONKLIS left for Bellevue on
Sunday
SHEEIFF JOHN TURNER was up from
Provo yesterday
E HOLMAK Sandy was among Mon
days visitors to town
REED SMOOT is again up from the
metropolis of the south
F W BILLINGS left on Monday fer
Denver via theD SR G
ME AND MBS B B Young are ex
pected to arrive in Salt Lake this even
ing
BISHOP PEICE Superintendent of the
Goshen Coop was in the city on Mon
day FRED COOMBS of Farmington was a
welcome visitor to merchants on Mon
day
E P ELLISON of the Kays Creek
Farmers Union was in town on Mon
day
TosSALMON of the firm of Salmon
Bro Coalville was visible on our streets
Monday
STREET RAILROAD superintendent 0
P Arnold went up to Ogden yesterday
morning
W G SIIAEP superintendent of the
Utah Central coal mines left for Scofield
on Sunday
A K TIIOM postponed his depart
ure till Monday morning and left then
over the Little Giant
GEO Ay TnvrciiEC is down from
Logan lie reports a lighter fall of snow
in that vicinity than in Salt Lake
E P FEEUY President of the Cres
cent was among the eastbound pas
sengers on the D S R G Monday
MRS BROWS motherinlaw of Mr
R Howard of the land office returned
east yesterday going by way of the D
R G
HALEY BrowN the sculptor goes to
Provo today with a number of the
busts of the late President Brigham
Young recently executed by him
PROFESSOR KINNE the new band
leader at the fort was down town on
Monday He speaks enthusiastically
of the progress his men are making
S BAMnEEGEB has left for Sanpete to
gladden the hearts of the employees of
the railroad and mines of that county
by paying them their November anil
December wages
ALECK ROGERS returned home from
college yesterday Aleck was formerly
correspondent in this city for a leading
dramatic paper and is tm full On all
dramatic matters
PEESIDEM ABKAM II VTCH from Heber
City who has been in the city a few
days reports everything serene in his
neighborhood plenty of the beautiful
and sleighing par excellence
ratiliqua
Earthquake
SAX FKVXCISCO January jT1Cre
was a sharp earthquake at 135 this
morning Ko damage rpportcd
lAIUtIFD
RICH uiDSOXSyKE > George Richardson
to Polly Sykes at the residence of the Into
J W Cummins by Judge Elias Smith
Thursday January 12 ISso
DIED
WILKINSON this city January 26th 1SS5
of pneumonia Pansy infant daughter of
nvtt J
Win wn and Emmaliae Wilkinson aged
S weeks
Funeral today Tuesday < at 2 p m at
residence of parents J1C W Second South St
MISCELLANEOUS
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CELEBRATED
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I Hoitctters Stomach Bitters is the article I
I J for youit stimulates the failing energies Invigorates
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l igorates the bcd > and cheers the mind It <
enables the system to throw thedebilita
tmg effects of undue fatigue gives renewed
I vigor to the organs of Ugcition arousa ± the
liver when inactive renews the jaded np1 i
I petite and encourages healthful repose Its
f i ncredicnts are afe and its > credentials 1
i i which consist in the hearty endorsement of I
1 persons of every class of society are rnbit
i convincing
I For site bv 11 Duggln and DeVers gei
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
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milE BUSINESS irEunroTOiu CAI
I I J vied ou bv the Salt Lake rmHidry X i i
Machine Co 111 Suit Lake City Is J now un l
der the management nuil cjasril of tliuun 1
i I uerslRned said company haias trauferrtd
I t and delivered its property to me forcert liu
i purposes nsnc < in two dl hearing date
of Ansuctlst 1SS3 and Jjno Jrt lNil re
speciively bUMuesswui buerrie < Mn
I till further notice in my n mie and all debts
duo tle said company will bo paid jo me ni
no one is authorized to collect the dcUsiiul
I account oi said comnanj but mv > elf
Ai GIAC < il t Tir tee
j I t ik jls I resented tie mount bv rep our
I 5 000 o jj 1reinium to be
i t < I 9g i II J distributed among
I THE HERALD subscribers about April next
One Hundred Uscfn Valuable and Orna
mental Premiums will be given away and
the lite number of people will necessarily
1 receive something for nothing Sow is 1
good time to pay up ynar arrearages and
commence anew with isSj
I
1 i A CARD
To all who are suffering from errors and
Indiscretions of youth ncrvioug weakness
j early decay toss of manhood etc I will
send a recfl1C that will cure ynu FREE OF
i CHARGE This great remedy was dis
jvpea by a mJslonar in South America
I K1 t KsA t cnpwpo to REV
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NEW TODAY
3MC TJ S T BE S O TA D v
Before the 1st of Next March
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THE EMPORIUM STORE
lias been Leased and we have disposed of our Entire Stock of Groceries We
are now offering our
Dry Goods and Notions
And which
Must be Sold Prior to the Above Date
To enable us to give possession to thejLcasehoUlcr
City and Country Merchants will do well to call early as
WE MUST SELL REGARDLESS OF COST
I einernt This is no Sham I
WM JENNINGS SONS
To All Whom it May Concern
DONELSON DUOS having Closed Out their Entire Stock of Merchandise to
C M DONELSON CO
THE LATTER
Will Remove January 26th
TO THE
RYMAN BLOCK 68 W SECOND SOUTH ST
Next door to hardy S Kcndills Grocery Store and a few doors east of Noble Wood
il Co where they will open with a Full Llucoi
Staple all Fancy Dry Goods Notions Etc at Lowest Possible Prices
And vill be pleased to have their Iriendscall and see them
C 3JC DONELSON S > CO
F A1HEKBACH BROe
SEMIA IVTSTTJAlL
CLEARANCE SALE
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR EXTENSIVE
SP = aING STOCI
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We offer our Magnificent Assortment of
Silks Velvets Erodes Flushes Satins and French Dress Goods
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
A large lot oi Short Lengths In this Department at almost half of Regular Price
Our Woolen Hosiery Knit Goods Shawls and Skirts Must Go
The Price Will Push Them
500 PIECES OF EMBROIDERIES to be Sold by the Piece Only
Lower than Ever Offered in this City I
1000 Dozen of Ladies Dress Buttons at 10c worth 25c to 35c
1 000 Do Do Do Do 25c Worth 50c to 75c
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT i
Offers Real Bargains in liar Bonnets Flowers Tips and Plumes etc I i
The Lanjo oales m our
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPT
Compel us to make extensive alterations which wilt enable us to shoW a Larger
hortmcnt of Fine Garments and at the same time afford our Patrons grentercomfort in
eXilll1inhl and fitting hesame Au Elegant Assortment or Ladies Newmarkets Russian
Circulars Dolmans and Childs loiks linn on hand in this iepartmcnt whIch we offer
at Lowest Prices quoted in this city In order to close tne entire lot In the next Thirty Days I
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WE ARE NEWER UNDERSOLD
Gents nndBojs Overcoats WintcrSuits Plush and Chinchilla Caps Mittens and Under
wear at o Kea action of i5 per cent I
The marked increase in
j
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floor
Have induced us to move that Deparmentfrontthe toP o to the Moor above our
Retail to be reached by an improved easy statrtvavtoavoid thc use of the Elentor so
objectionable to ne1ous people Our Stock In this Department will always show the Best I
fnel and Latest Destgus at L < west Prices We fill allorders Promptly Warrant Qnlllit
and Fit of our Work in every respect
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OUR SHOE DEPART rENT
Is doing Increased Business We Warrant every Pair we Sell Ii i I
GENTS SUITS TO ORDER AT LOWEST PRICES
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed Cioth Ciisimeres Linings BintCngb Buttons j 1
etc at Lowest Prices in this City I
In a word we are devoting ourintre Attention to the Details or our Binine with
view to giving our constantly increasing lJlriLS Prompt and Courtous Attention and I
the Full Value of the Money J 1
AVIIOCKSAIJ BliKir > v knoxv our horse as the Hccdquartcrs for nil that 111 j
Merchant requires m Dry Goods Fancy GrxxK l SlilUuary JJIKJUM iiI Hal < md Caps
ClothIng Carpets etc l I
ESTABLlFOITED 1S6l
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lIT IS VERY SELDOM
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i As the one we are now offering to our < iib < ritIr < new and old in the shape of
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Leading and Sellable Clothier J1r i t F
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Will ofler to the Public
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE v
DRESS SUITS j
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BUSINESS SUITS Ui
OVERCOATS 111t 111
FOP ila r
Mens Youths and Childrens Wear Iii Ji j
Gents FlJRNISBINGS HATS Iii 4
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES If I I I
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175 and 177 East Tem pIe St
FAOTOET 25 Mercer Street few York Oity
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VALLEY TAN REMEDIES
The Purest aud Best iu the Market Cough Cordial cures all Throat and Lung Com It
I plaints Essence of life cures Cholera Morbus Cramps Diarthma etc Valley Tan I
Lintmeat cures Sprains Bruises Cuts Sore Throat etc THE BEST FAMILY LINT
DENT Boneset Pills cure Headache Indigestion Dyspcp Liver Complints etc r
Canker Syrup cures Diphtheria Sore Mouth etc Worm Lozenges kill the worms t I
every time Sold by Z C II I Drug Department and by Coop Stores throughout i
the City and Territory jo Ij
ill
160 MAIN STREET i
BOOTS ANT > SHOE f
M1tiJREET I
160 MAIN STREET RJ I
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JUST ARRIVED
SPENCER KIMBALL II iilll
WjNrIEJE srocr i
A Full Line of Slippers Lined Boots and Shoes Misses and Chil 1 f
drens Springheeled Shoes in all sizes and widths All Prices t
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En li1 li WsvUcins Shoes AlliKiitor Goods il j
School Shoes in JUnclleHS Variety 1
IAn Iil I
Rubber Goods of the Latest Style and j °
An Elegant t Line of Fine Shoes and Slippers iltr
FOR THE HOLIDAYS 1
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Full Dress Pumps and Gaiters in Patent Leather and French Kid
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW GOODS I itJ
Sf Qctl < ifis by Jlnl carefully attended to I
SPENCER KIMBALL
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WINTER HOLIDAYS jil
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Prices Best Stock Complete Dol 1
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mans Newmarkets Coats Constantly
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Xcw Arrivals
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Boots Double Sole for Men and Boys iJ I
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This Seasons Stock at Prices Less i + t
Than Ever i
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Our Rapid Sales 61 Mens and Boys
rill i
Clothing never teas equaled More m
Arriving lir jf jOur j
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Our Grocery Stock Iresh and new 1 n
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Call and examine I 1
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