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SALT LAKE HKRA1TP SUNDAY OCTOBER 31 1886SIXTEEN PAGES 7
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HOSIERY GLOVES and UNDERWEAR BED COMFORTABLES in Down Wool and Cotton Filling Great Bargains in t
HOMEMADE BLANKETS I l t
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In Seal Plush Brocade Velvet Frizze Astrachan Boucle English Checks Etc in all the Latest Styles 4
We offer a few LADIES JACKETS at 100 each A feW LADES ULSTERS at 250 each
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Cashmeres Serge Camel Hair Ottoman Foule and Satin Berber ELEGANT COMBIKATIOK SUITS FROM S7
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VELVETS in Brocades Pekin Stripes Plaids Figured and Plain
PLLT EstA COMPLETE LINE IN BLACK AND COLORED = >
Silks Satins Surahs aad Rhadames in Colors and Black Black Satin Rhadamesa Bargainat 150 per yard 11
Black Gros Grain Bilka Bargainat 115 per yaid Colored Satin Rhadamesa Bargainat 125 per yard
i A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NOTIONS AND TRIMMINGS
Carpets Carpets Carpets t
Choice Ingrains 25c to 100 per yard Choice ThreePlys 1 00 to 125 per yard Choice Patterns IB Body Brussels 1 00 to 125 per yard t
OUR OWN IMPORTATION ENGLISH VELVET CARPET AND LINOLEUM r r
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Lace Madras Antique Applique Tambour Turcoman Silk Curtains Ingrain Art Squares Smyrna and Velvet Rugs and Mats
OIL CLOTHS VVALL PAPER AND DECORATIONS
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MENS YOUTHS BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING
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Men and Fruits
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TEA S COFFEES
Spices and Chocolates
BEST BRAXD OF FLOUR
Pure Malt VinegarS
S a sure yon buy the
fa Hue Brand of Caused Salmon
JJ ion waa the best Imported only by I
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SOW First South Street
TELEPHONE
lJ jl WELRY Headquarters
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Joslin ATParks
170 8 YAm STREET
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Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods and Novelties
CM saving of 15 to 25 per cent by bur
te of us as everything Is bought direct
the nanufacturers and Dot from job
tt fjrT1ng our cuBtomers one profit I
C stock of Clocks Bronzes Goldheaded
ffikted Ware Sterlin Silver Goods
U Chains Charms Fancy Articles
ftfli o all kinds of Jewelry which Is the finest
iEplayed in the West
ie isa Call and See for Yourselves
Fpecial
JleC1l attention paid to Orders by
mail
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and Ear Testing for Spectacles
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of Women
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FINANCE AND MINING
The Local Market Continues
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Easy
ORE AND BULLION RECEIPTS
Bannock Offered Sir McCoruicks
Views Bank Receipt The Daly
Other Mines
The week has been somewhat off in
the way of transactions mining shares
and other securities having been quite
stagnant Bannock has been hawked
about considerably brokers offering it
at 550 without takers everyone
seems inclined to await the coming of
the next bar and to note with what
frequency they can be turned out in the
future
Mr WS McCornickDf McCornick
Co bankers was asked yesterday how
this falls trade compared with
previous seasons His reply was that
it kept abreast of other years
and was possibly somewhat in advance
of them Ie Business now in this city
he said illS upon what may be called a
steady and firm basis There are no
failures and the greater par of the
merchants are doing a safe and satis
factory trade The advance in silver
toocontributes to give a better feeling
to everybody
How is money 1
Money is in good demand and there
is plenty of it to be had on the right sort
of security at very low rates The
oney market may be termed easy
Mr McCornick said the wool interests
of the Territory were yearly increasing
the volume of trade This year had
been one particularly prosperous as
the producers generally received the
benefit of the sharp advance in fee
eastern markets Wool money too all
remains in the Territory little or none
of it goes where the bulk of our mining
dividends goto New York or San
Francisco
The D R G to al earning gros
for the seqond week in October were
152692 for the same week in 1SS5 they
were 14143G a gain of S per cent most
of the other roads in the country show
alike incraase
Domestic Wheat and Flour Markets
The wheat market has been fairly
well sustained during the week and
there are but few indications of an early
appro cl of the long hopedfor ad
I vance The receipts of wheat at pri
mary markets have fallen away very
materially notably at Minneapolis of I
course on account of the strike of the
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switchmen there Then too the visible
I supply was given out to have increased I
but lOtlOOO bushels last week when as
I currently reported a heavier increase
was looked for And furthermore one
speculators at the I
or twu prominent
I wet have bought heavily at times
which has gone far to sustain the mar
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ket Yet withal wheat op the whole
has been dull The statisticsas far as
new supplies and stocks are concerned
are indeed bullish but the trade appear
to demand something more than sta
tistics to effect a start upward On Fri
day wheat was much more active and
decidedly stronger The advance on
spot was about X to 1c and op
lions IK lc There was a much
freer export business yesterday largely
for Great Britain though part for the
continent Cables were more favorable
and stimulating and the west was more
bullish Speculation was active even
excited and there was extensive cover
ing by the shorts Bradsheet
Ore and Bullion
The ore and bullion receipts at the
various banks in this city for the week
ending Saturday October 30 183G
amounted to 130163 90 against 34
i07 00for the week previous They were
reported as follows
By McCornick k Ce
Hanauer bullion 2894243
Queen of the Hills ore 330000
One Bannock bar 1 100 OC
Lead and silver ores 2010000
Total 4844243
By Wells Fargo Co
Base bullion 51460000
Fine bars 3315781
Ores 2926981
Total 7702762
By T R JontsCo
Lead and silver ores 4 693 85
Total shipments for week 13016390
The Ore Market
Ore receipts at the smelters are com
mencing to lighfen most mines having
shipped their output and the market
this week is a little dull in consequence
The shutting down of the MacKay and
Revolution about ten days ago has
made one competitor less bat the pros
pect of a starting up of the old Flag
staff may form one additional bidder
Mr Lyons who will run the smelter
is connected with the parties who pur
chased the Yosemite No2 in Bingham
The Brooklyn output continues to go
to the Selby works in California
The Apex
This longsilent property sent down a
car load of good ore one week ago yes
terday There was not much of it but
the three lots went went from 47 to 62
in lead and from 50 to 68 ounces silver
Sampson
The Sampson is still shipping One
fiftyton lot was sold during the week
going from 35 to 40 ounces and 20 to
25 per cent in lead Another fiftyton
lot but of a better grade is expected
down this week
The Daly
The Daly is not much heard of on the
streets butthe output of silver bus
continues steadily and that dividend
days are not far off is evidenced by the
price of the stock which sells at16 and
X17 on the streets 20being par value
There are 150000shares in the company
which makes the capitalization 3000
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000 The company is earning money
steadily and is fast wiping out the debt
incurred for putting the mine in shape
and acquiring the Mar sac Mill
The Christy
The New York Engineering and fin
ing Journal says it has been officially
informed that the production for Sep
tember amounted to 2060173 all
silver
Stormont
The last quotation in New York wa
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Ontario
Dividend No 125 of 50 cents a share
was paid yesterday by Lounsbury
Co New York
The Lead Trouble
The Journal says The troubles with
the lead market are first that nsump
tion is much less than it was a year
ago The Corrodera at their meeting
last week compared notes and we are
told estimated that the amount of lead
used in their business this year will be
from 10000 to 12000 tons less than in
1385 and to a less degree other manu
facturers have lessened their consump
tion On the other hand our imports
have been quite large and our produc
tion greater than in 1885 The effect is
seen in stocks quite inconveniently
large and including the stocks in
manufacturers hands sufficient to ac
count for the preseat condition of the
market
It is impossible to say how much
lower lead may go nor how much
manipulation may have to do with its
decline but the statistical position of
the metal is such that no ad
vance can be looked for until there is
an improvement °
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FISH STORY
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WAR Receiving mr fish rest
every day direct from the fisheries I cz
and do sell cheaper than any dealer In town
Delivered at our doors fresh efety morn
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