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2 tfG1 SALT LAKE HlSBAJiD THURSDAY APRIL IT 189O I
HETRIEDBUT FAILED
Hard Work to Prove an Alibi
Results in a Verdi of Guilty
BUT EAGIN WORKS THE RACKET
Ibreo Toughs on Trial for EoLblnc a Safe
at Park City Other Business Be
fore Judge Zane
The trial of Charles Williams on the charge of
burglary alleged to have been committed at
West Jordan on February 13 last was com
menced in the Third district court yesterday
jnorning Tho defendant was represented by
Mr Peck while Mr Varian conducted the pro
secution
LAURA TEGNER
testified I reside with my father William
Hobbs attest Jordan Have known the de
fendant for a long time He is familiar with
the interior arrangement of our house
On the night of February 13 last
I was awakened and saw the de
fendant in the room He had entered through
a window which someone on the outside was
holding up The defendant took my purse con
taining J50 in money and other articles and
left I was too badly frightened to say any
thing until he left and then informed the fam
ily of what had occurred I saw the defendants
lace plainly and was able to identify him
VTTTTTAM nouns
I The defendant was raised near my place and
has always been on very intimate term with my
family On the night of February 13 my daugh
ter rushed into my room and told me of tho
robbery
HENRY HOBBS
a son of the last witness testified was at
home on the night of February last Late
that night my siSter called to me saying some
one was at the window of her room 1 replied
that it Was onlytbe wind but a little later heard
the window fall and upon going into the room
my sister told me about the defendant having
been there
1
This closed the evidence for the prosecution
and Mr Peck made a brief statement to the
jury in which he stated that the defense ex
pected to prove an alibi
MRS HANNAH SARI
t was then called and testified I am the mother
of the defendant On the night when this rob
bery is alleged to have been committed my son
came home at 12 oclock and 1 let him in I
looked at the clock and saw that it was 12 when
lie came
Mr Varian Didnt you go to bed that night
The Witness Yes after my son came home
I Mr Varian Not before
The Witness Yes several times
Mr VarianWas your clock a cheap one
The Witness You might call it cheap I gave
M for it
GEORGE SHAKEN
The defendant is my stepson I hoard him
come home on the night when this robbery is
said to have been committed I regulate my
clock by the smelter whistles
DAVID PHILLIPS
I reside at West Jordan On the night of Feb
ruary 13 the defendant came to the round
house where I am employed as watchman and
I inquired for his brother Shortly before 12
oclock he started for home
ROYAL GUAVES
I keep a saloon at Sandy The defendant was
at my place on February 8th Ho was playing
pool and had considerable money
George Hobbs was recalled and testified On
I Fcbruary 10th the defendant loaned me S3 He
told me he had been gambling at Sandy and
t won S3T
z CHAELES WILLIAMS
the defendant was then called and testifiedOn
the night of February 13th last I was at Haws
ialoon From there I went to the round house
loll there shortly before 12 oclock and went
directly home arriving there at 12 I know
nothing at all about the alleged robbery
t This concluded the evidence and the case
went to the jury at 1 oclock
Af t T ben out about half an hour the cjury
broi gbt in a verdict of guilty but recommended
the dc ndant to the mercy of the court Sen
I tence as set for this morning at 10 oclock
An Alleged Highwayman Proves an Alibi
The case of Thomas Hagin charged with rob
bery was then called up when it was found I
that Sir Hansen the complaining witness was
not present An attachment was at once is I
sued for him and he was soon brought into
court when he explained to the court that he
was present ail of the day before and thought
the cusp was not coming up The court was not
peased however and ordered the witness to
pay the costs of the attachment
The indictment charged the defendant with
robbing Mncey Hansen a hackman at this
Iy on the morning oPFcbruary 22 last
A jury Vussecuied without difJlculty and the
trIal w as proceeded with C L Kinney appear
lug for tile defendant by appointment of the
ccurt
The evidence for the prosecution was to the
sfTtci that on the morning February 22nd
llinsll1 was driving along Third West street
when he was hailed by two men who stopped
the horses and ordered him to give up his I
money As he did not comply with the rpquest
one c f tho robbers threw a rock at him Han
sen then jumped down from the seat when he
wa > > kaocxe down and beaten and 950 taken
from h pocket The following day he saw the
den ant and thought be was one of his as
Ea ants and had him arrested
The tieienso proved an alibi by showing that
on tae Hht of the robbery Hagin was at Sul
lit ans a loon near the Rio Grande Western
The case was submitted without argument
an 1th jury brought in a verdict of not guilty
ufter berg out but a few minutes
For Bobbing a Safe at Path I City I
harks Wilkinson William Uptcn and Frank
Ci h ns Indicted for burglai i ere then brought
in froi the marshals office and placed on triaL I
Mr Knnty also appearing for them by appoint
ee L It was alleged that on the night of
N t > tr fi 18SO the defendants burglarized
a sa i 11 I T0 saloon of Joseph Dudlcrat Park
C tj 001 J < stole 623
1e c uicjce for the prosecution to the
cffvtlht on the night of November S3 last
oic e f the oc fondants went to Edward James a
arveepcr in the saloon told him thit they In
leiita to rob the safe and akixl him
to taU in with them He agreed to this
but otiflrd the ofllcero of the plot and Wukin
s t v IS itrrcbtcdashe left the room with the
s > t > en money in his possession Some time
after they had been placed in jail the men male
an lltt mot to escape They succeeded in cut
tinT I I ir shackles off and had removed some
stur CS from the wall of the building when the
< ittf mill was discovered
Tut defence will commence this morning
Other Business Before Incise Zane
In the case of Zions Savings Bank and Trust
company is James Miehle leave was granted
to file si complaint in Intervention
The case of Howard C Woodrow vs Wells
Fargo Co was dismissed on stipulation
I M IiL Stone wits admitted to practice
William Middlcmiis vs Itobert Middlemiss
G RBotbw cli appointed referee
Ephraim Caffall AS Charles Randall et aL
default tot ailp and leave given to answer
Tsc court garo notice that on Saturday next
at jv a m a call of the civil jury cases would
be ina lo
THE ORDERS MADE YESTERDAY
The UsnalDaily Grist of Probate Business Be
fore Tmlge Butch
Judge Bartch transacted the following busi
ness yesterday
Guardianship of Sidney Hooper a injnor
postponed to April IS 1830 at 10am
Iotatcof Sarah Varney continued till April
18 at 10 IITO
Estate of Mary J Warn petition for confirm
ation of sale of real estate taken under advise
ment
12statc of II C KImbali order made correct
ing deer e
Estate Of George Boyle Margaret Boyle ap
pointed administratrix upon filing a bond of
S
Instate of John Whiting Joseph Baumgarten
rlS > JIlted administrator upon filing a bond in
tin hum of 2000
Estate and guardianship of Samuel Evans et
al mInors order made appointing time and
place to bear petition for letters of guardian
hip Estate of B F Pendleton deceased order
made fixing May 8 for settlement of final ac
count and to hear petition for distribution
BAD BOY BURGLARS
They Enter Pleas of Not Gnllty The Case
AcainBt John Wood
The gang of boy burglars who were recently
arrested for burglarizing the store of R I Wal
drOll on April 10 were arraigned before Judge
Laney yesterday and all pleaded not guilty
Their names and ages are as follows John
Tremainc fifteen Henry Tremainc eighteen
Frank Johnson twelve Norton Curtie eigh
0 t en John Lcdford sixteen George Johnson
ourteen Joseph Adamson fiteen They are
the hardest looking lot of boys ever seen in the
police court
John F Wood charged with failing to pro
vIde for his family wastriod and acquitted It
appears that Mr Wood lives oer Jordan and
on account of sickness in his family has been
unable to do much work for some time past
and his arrest was caused by neighbors who did
not understand the circumstances
James Holland William ONicl and Joseph
Murphy a trio of drunks were fined S5 each
The JJlessIiiK of Strong Nerves
Is j recoverable not by the use of mineral seda
tires but by a recourse to effectual tonic treat
ment Opiates and the like should only be
used as auxiliaries and then as sparingly as
possible Vigorous nerves are quiet ones and
the most direct way to render them so is to rein
force the vital energies That sterling invigor
ant Hostetters Stomach Bitters will be found
llsunlcicnt for this purpose since it entirely
removes impediments to thorough digestion and
assimilation of the food so that tho body is assured
sured its due amount ot nourishment and consequently
equently of stamina Rheumatic tendencies
and affections of the kidneys and bladder are
also counteracted by the Bitters which is besides
sides a pleasant medicinal stimulant infinitely
I lJUrer than tho raw excitants of commerce
which react injuriously upon tho nervous system
Commencing Sunday March 16 Union
Pacific will put on Pullman dining cars to
run between Kansas City and Denver on
its new limited vestibuled train No 201
and 202 This train is the new joint be
ween Chicago and Denver via Kansas
City running from Chicago to Kansas
City over the Chicago Alton and from
Kansas City to Denver over the Union Pa
chic The dining cars are built and oper
ated by the Pullman company and have all
modern conveniences
Get your signs of Peterson Brown G3
I W 1st South St
I Van Houtsns CocoaDelicious made
instantly
I Prescriptions a specialty at Crismon
Scant Cos the druggists Try them
I Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla
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AND DEALERS IN
Wall Paper Painters Supplies
107 E First South Street
Opposite City Ball Salt Lake City Utah
Telephone No 433 ESTIMATES FURNISHED
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT
SEVERAL bottles of Swifts Specific SSS
> entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison oUhe very worst type
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HASCURED HUNDREDS
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5x10 rods 8th E between 1st and 2dwith S
15room 2story brick house closets bath
rooms hot and cold water only 16000
1x6 corner North Temple and 1st W 512000
10x10 corner 2d and O streets 7250
4x10 11th E between Brigham and 1st E
streets 5room brick house 5600
5x10 North Temple between 8th and 9th W
only 826oO
6HxlO 4th E between 3d and 4th S 13500
2ixlO 4th S between 5th and 6th E 53200
5x10 corner 3d and R streets only 3250 O
20x20 corner Oth S and 12th E 16500
12Ji acres part of lot 7 all of 8 and 9 block 3
fiveaero platA 2ir 0
SO acres N Vi of section 25 T 1 S R 2W
155 per acre
40 acres N E corner of section 30 T 1 S R
1V 580 per acre
40 acres N W corner of section 30 T 1 S E
1 W 110 per acre i
160 acres A 1 platting land near Utah Ne
vada railroad only 65 per acre 53000 balance
one year
120 acres section 14T ISofR 2 W S100
per acre 0
SENIOR PITT
Real Estate Agents 68 Culmer Block
I Prof Youngers
Exhibition and Ball
AT SALT LAKE THEATRE
Friday Evening April 18 at 8 p m
AND SATURDAY MATINEE
To be opened with tho Sir Roger do Coverly in
one set of eight couples as danced at Mr Mc
Allisters ball in New York City by the leading
society people of this continent which was the
event of tho season This dance in grandeur
leads the faumous quadrille dEonneur which
was the most picturesque feature of the Centen
nial Ball of last spring followed by the
FLORAL GUAND by sixteen couples
HIGHLAND FLING by seven little Misses
SAILORS HORNPIPE by Jean Groo
SCOTCH DANCE by four little Misses
JOCKEY HORNPIPE by Charley BechtoL
CACHUCA by Millie Bowman
FISHERS HORNPIPE by Ella Atkinson
COMING THROUGH THE RYE by a little Miss
and Master
PASTORILE by two Misses and one Master
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Reserved Seats 75c General Admission roc
0
Tickets on sale at Box Office Thursday and
Friday
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Floor will bo covered with canvass
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Music by Olsens string band
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2 x10 3room brick stabo
bugy house Cowing well
229
4Hxl2 Groom trick Sixth
FotithEihthest i 3500
U 3 5120 cash
222
r 5x1OS street co ner Fourth
LEGAL NOTICE
TN THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR
IN Salt Lake county territory of Utah In
the matter of tho estate of B F Pcndleton
deceasednotice Notico is hereby given that
Lavina Pendleton administratrix of the estate
of B F Pendleton deceased has rendered for
settlement and filed in said court her final ac
count of her administration of said estate and
petition for final distribution of the residue
of said estate among the persons entitled
thereto and that Thursday the 8th day of May
A D 1880 at 10 oclock nm at the court room of
said court m the county court house Salt
Lake city and county Utah territory has been
duly appointed by the judge of said court for
tho settlement of said account and bearing said
petition for distribution at which time and
place any person interested in said estate may
appear and show cause if any there be why
said account should not bo settled and ap
proved and llnal distribution made as prayed
forDated April 161890
JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of tho Probate Court
S W Dance attorney for administratrix
0 LE9AL NOTICE
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TN TIlE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR
L Salt Lake county territory of Utah In the
matter of the estate of Lydia Gombiir deceased
I NoticeNotice is hereby given that Daniel H
Wells administrator of the estate of Lydia
Gombar djceased has rendered for settlement
and filed in said court his llnal account of his
administration of said estate and petition for
final distribution of the residue of said estate
among the persons entitled thereto and that
Saturday the 19th day of April AD 1890 at 10
oclock am at the court room of said court in
the county court house Salt Lake city and
county Utah territory has been dub appointed
by the judge of said court for the settlement of
said account and hearing said petition for dis
tribution at which timo and place any person
interested in said estate may appear and show
cause if any there be why said account should
not be settled and approved and final distnbu
ti < n made as prayed for
Dated ISIarcha 1890
1890JOHN
JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of the Probate Comt
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR
1 Salt Lake county territory of Utah In the
matter of the estate of Annie Dortbca Smith
deceased Notico is hereby given that
R H Jones admiiiistratorof tho estate of Annie
Dorthea Smith deceased has rendered settle
ment and filed in said court his final account
of his administration of said estate and petition
for final distribution of the residue of said es
tate among the persons entitled thereto and
that Tuesday tho Oth day of May A D
1890 at 10 oclock a m at tho court room of
said court in the county court house Salt Lake
city and county Utah territory has been duly
appointed by the judge of said court for the
settlement of said account and hearing said
petition for distribution at which time and
place any person interested in said estate may
appear and show cause if anythere be why
said account should not be settled and approved
and final distribution made as prayed for
Dated April 7 1S90JOHN
JOHN C CUTLER
Clerk of tho Probate Court
Dy JOHN L NKDEKER Deputy
34TH SEHIAHHUAL DIVIDEND
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SALT LAKE QITY April 3d 1800
A SEMI ANNNAL DIVIDEND OF
tt five per cent has this day been do
dared on the Capital Stock of this In
stitution payable May Cth 1890 to all
stockholders of record on March 15th
personally upon presentation of their
stock certificates or upon their written
order
S 0 0 T G WEBBER
0 Secretary
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SPRING OPENING
18900
It has been our aim to keep the best line
of goods ever shown in this market We are
satisfied with the results and this spring have
endeavored to surpass previous efforts The
stock is now complete and consists of the
latest foreign and domestic novelties
Thursday April 17
From 230 to 9 pm5
Will be devoted to showing our stock and
we hope that every lady in the city will im
prove the opportunity to see the choicest line
of goods ih the west
JPO i TIVE I Y
No Goods Sold or Reserved on This Day
The Security Abstract Co
I C01porated
IS NOW PREPARED TO
Furnish Abstracts of Title to Real Estate
In all parts of Salt Lake County with dispatch and
Guaranteed Accuracy
Office in Basement Under Deseret National Bank
TELEPHON NO 91 J C JENSEN Manager
Fraser Sfe C11mer
MINING MACHINERY
L C TRENT GEN WESTERN MANAGER No 7 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
Builders and Dealers in All Kinds of Machinery
Ecr HSCzMexo LIGHT PLANTS
Engines Boilers Saw Mills
QUARRY DRILLS WELLBORIM MACHINES DlfflOlD CORE DRILLS
WATER WHEELS LOCOMOTIVES STEAM MOTORS
Sole Western Agents for TYLER WIRE WORKS Double Crimped Mining Cloths
Studebaker BrosJAallfg g Co
X Sr
Carriage Repository 83 and 35 Main Street and Branch House corner Stat
Road and Second South Strest
The Finest Carriage Display in the Territories
Light and Heavy Wagons In Every Style that t is Made
Vehicles for Public and Private Use in All Varieties and Prices
I ALSO AGENTS SOB
Tim IMtoloy Champion and Piano Harvesting Machines and Extras
J I Case Threshers HorsePowers Engines and mills
Weir Morrison Meikel and South Bend Plows Hay Rases
FJZa Jer RoeiOL Cart cudd 2Stexzrs = se > 9ia ofi A31 KfE1c1
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Phil Klipples Carriage Shops
Carriage and Painting
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Wagon Repairing and Trilling
NEW WORK TELEPHONE
BUILT TO ORDER SiSi
144 16 Et21c1 148 w SeooX1c1 Sou1h 81reet
CREAMERY PACKAGE MFG CO
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F1mcL11Ze Ax1rloLXIce Their
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And this seasons production shows to the trade the most complete line of
CLOTHING
In all the newest designs and latest novelties for Spring wear For
FIT AXD MAKEUP they cant be beat and with our
Extensive Assortment
WE ARE ABLE TO
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Extra Sizes and Short and Stout Suits a Specialty
OUR LINE OF
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Shows up all tho Now and Latest Novelties of tho Season for some of which wo are J
Solo Agents Latest styles and blocks in Stiff Hats just received
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Sole Agents for the CELEBRATED
Manhattan Shirts a
In Fancy Silk and French Flannel and Full Dress
OUR DISPLAY OF
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Cannot be compared for Fit and Tasty Patterns Agents for
MOTHER FRIEND SHIRT WAIST
A full line of all the Newest Spring Styles and Patterns
Lipman Wallerstein
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1tr 3 and 1J22 Main Street
Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City Free
REAL ESTATE BARGAINSJ
0 in All Classes of Property
Acreage a Specialty
I LINCOLN PARK
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The Leading Addition
Co E ANT LAND
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201 Main St Salt Lake City Utah
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
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LAIRD SCHOBER MITCHELL and JAMES A BANNISTER
COMMERCIAL
Money Market
NEW YORK April 16 Money on call 41A5
Prime mercantile paper 57V4
Sterling exchange quiet steady sixtyday
bills 485 demand 487
Bullion
NEW YORK April 16Bar silver 99H
New York General Market
NEW YORK April 16 Hops Easy
Coffee Options closed steady 510 points
down Sales 53750 bags April 172 May
7001703 June 168516SO July 1670 Au
gust 1650 < 5il655 Spot Rio dull lower fair
cargoes 19l No 7 flat bean 18J4
Sugar ttaw firmer fair refining 5 centri
fugal 90test 5H5 9 16 Sales 1700 hogsheads
and f > 00 bags Muscavodo 89tcst 5 refined
firmer cut loaf 7 crushed
Copper Steady lake 1425
LeadEasier domestic 3S7H
TinFirmer straits 1980
New York Stock Exchange
NEW YORK April 16 Stocks were dull
today especiallyfor the general list and tho
unlisted department but a Jew specialties still
retained some speculative interest and the
dealings and fluctuations in these shares saved
the market from complete stagnation The
great feature of the trading today however
was the special activity in Lackawanna and its
unusual strength it was the only stock which
attracted any attention Among active stocks
Dmver Rio Grande shares were strong and
Oregon Navigation moved sharply on small
dealings The market closed quiet steady to
firm at insignificant changes for tho day
Governments steady
Petroleum
NEW YORK April 16 Petroleum opened
at S2U and closed steady at 825s
Mining Stocks
NEW YORK April 16 Mining quotations
Alice 130 Caledonia B H lbO Deadwood
T 5125 Commonwealth 5250 Eureka 250
ElCnsto 140 Gould Curry 8190 Hale
Norcross 1260 Homestake 5S50 Horn Silver
I 235 Iron Silver 195 Mexican J370 Mount
Diablo 400 Plymouth 325 Potosi 450
Savage 250 Sieira Nevada 270 Suttter
Creek 5150
Boston Quotations
BOSTON April 16 Closing quotations
Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railroad 3SH
Burlington 105s Mexican Central common
19H Mexican Central bond scrip Mexican
Central flratmortBage bonds San Diego 24
Morning RaIlroad Stocks
NEW YORK April 16
4s COuponsuul OrcgonNavigationlOOVJ
454s Coupons Transcontinental 37lj
PncificGsn Pacific Mallu
Central Pacific 3314 Rock Island W
BurlingtonuuuI05 jiS L S Fun 17
Rio Grande16 St P Omaha 32
Northern Pacific 305 TexasPacific 19 = L
Preferredun 734 Union Pacifion 03J4
Northwestern llOJf Fargo Express 40
York Central 107k Western Unlon 81J
Afternoon Railroad Stocks
CT S 4s reg nn 1S2 Preferred u 737e
U S 4s coupons 122 Northwestern 11018
U S 4Hsreg 1034 Preferred 1411
U S 4 scoupons 103 N Y Central 107H
Pacific 6s 116 Oregon Im 45ii
Am Expressu 114 Navigation 102
Can Pacific 74 Oregon S Line 487
Can Southern54 Transcontinental 37
Central Pacific 31 Pacific Mailn 40H
Burlington n 105 Reading 40
Lackawana 37fc Rock Island OH
D RG 16JjStPaul rS
Erie 2454StPaulOmaha 32
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Kansas Texas 07HTexas Pacificl94
Lake Shore no 107 Onion j Pacific63
Louisville 5 Nash 641 I a S Ex
Mich CentO7tflFargo L Express 40
Missouri Pacific 71 = gi Western Union fe2
Northern Pacific X0 1 Am Cotton oil 26s
Chicago Produce Market
CHICAGO April 161 15 pm closeWheat
Steady cash 887 May S9 > i July 66K
Corn Steady cash 31U317 May 32 > 4
32July 331i31
OatsSteady cash and May 23s Tuly 23
Pork Unsettled cash 133781 May 134U
July 13 65
Lard Firm cash 050 May 0t2i4 j July 6CO
Rye Steady 47
Barlev Ea y
Whisky lOi
Short Ribs 57240375
Shoulders LS05t90
Short Clear 5SOSS5
Ckicusro live Stock
CHICAGO April 16 Cattle RepeiDts I4000
steady choice to extra beeves 450S4UO
i steers 3CO14Q stockers and feeders 2411i
13WJ Texas ecru fed steers 250S1S5
Hogs Receipts 26000 slow 10 cents lower
I raixed 405JJ435 heavy 403436 light 410
433
433Sheep Receipts 12000 dull closing 10
ccuts lower natives 40051505 western corn
fed 50C575 Texans 390 535
Liverpool Grain
Lrvnnroou April WheatQuiet do
mand fallen off holders offer moderately Cal
ifornia No 17sU fd per cental
CornQuiet demand fallen off new mixed
wcstern 3s 6J4d per cental

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