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SHE SAL I AKTB HERALD TUESDAY ZSTOYEMBEB 25 1890 9
SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD I
OGDEN CITY UTAH
OGDEN DEPARTMENT
The branch offica of THE HERAU Is In room
r second floor Cortez block No 2472 Washing
ton avenue Advertising rates will be made
known upon application to the manager
THE DAILY HERALD Is for sale at all news
stands and by all news boys and Is delivered
by carrier In Ogden for 25 cents per week No
papers stopped until arrears are paid Sub
scribers Jailing to receive papers promptly will
confer a favor by notifying the circulator at
the branch office Subscribers are requested to
make no payments to carriers or anycsa elsa
except the circulator Parties desiring papers
stopped or addresses changed must notify the
branch omce
3C BOYLE Circulator
TUESDAY November 25 1830
0 A Musical Trent
Signor Campobello and Prof Aamold
will give a concert in the West End acad
emy next Thursday evening November 27
The entertainment will bjs strictly classic
and thosewho attend will enjoy a musical
treat that has ever been attempted here
tofore in Ogden
The following is a programme
Roado Capriciosa tE MajorMendelssohn
Master Louie Elbel 11 years old
Romance The Valley Gounod
Signor Campobellc
Violin SoloGrand Concerto Vieuxtemps
Herr August AAinold
AirThe Voice That Thrill My Hpartn
uu nu uu Rossini
Miss Grace Porter
Rhapsodle Hongroisc No 2 Lizt
Master Louie Elbel
Romance When In the EveningVerdi
Mr H Alexander
a I Min Alskadea namn har jxk skrivit in
V Swedish Abt
b Die Nachtingale in German Reubensl en
Signor Campobello
Ave Marie nu uhnGounod
Miss Grace Fort with violin obli
gate by Herr Aamold piano accom
paniment Master Louie Elbel
Violin solo Ficcuniriosizen nuSarasa to
Herr A Anmold
Piano soloTsolee left hand solo
00 uu e Ravina
Mastor Louie Elbe
DuetHI Live and Love TheeCampana
Miss Grace Porter and Signor Campobello
Seal Estate Sales
R L Nute and wife to A Klindt lot 3
block 4 Prospect Heights 8 110
E R RidRcly to M C Stevens lot 2 block
f t iltil
30 Nob Hill addition roo
F B Hochstetler to O W Rogers block
10 Fairmont Park annex 3000
A R McIntyre to M Mcintyre part of
lot 0 block 19 plat A 500
E R Cropbey to M J Stafford part of
lot I block 4 Cropseys first addition 315
A B Patton and wife to A Willoughby
lot 2 block 13 Lakeview 00 4S3
Mrs A J ICing to Mrs S J Conant live
acres in plat King Place 500
C C Melbye to B Pederson part of lot 7
blook33 I plat C SOD
H Madsen to A E Maden part of sec
tion U township 0 north range 1 1500
S H Waddy to H Waddy certain lots in
Ilifl College Hill addition l
To iLn un 5 7181
ELECTRIC BITTERS
Tins remedy is becoming so well knows I
ted so popular as to need no special men
tion AH who have used Electric Bitter I
ling the same song of praiseA pure t
medicine does not exist and it is guarauteci I
to do all that is claimed Electric Bitter I
will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kid
neys will remove Pimples Boils Sal I
Rheum and other affections caused by im
pure blood Will drive Malaria from the
system and prevent as well as cure al
Malarial fevers For cure of Headache
Constipation and Indigestion try Electri
Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed
or money refun edPrice 50 cents all
100 per bottle atA C Smith Cos drug
store 5
Sobmer Pianos
THE
Peoples Forwarding Co
Will pay the Rates hero quoted and guar
antee them to be the Ruling Prices
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR GRAIN
HAY AND FEED
Carloads Supplied at Any Titre on Ono
Days Notice
+ fid ALT +
Largest and most convenient beds on tha
stores of the Great Salt Lake Orders re
ceived for any amount
E E RICH
Manager
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THE McKINLEY BILL
That famous McKinley tariff bill which recently became law has been framed by
a distinguished American and for the American While it deals severely with the
foreign manufactured article the tariff acts leniently with all materials imported for
the benefit of our manufactures industries and American labor For an illustration
allow us to touch the subject of Clothing
GOLDSMITH CO
Who directly import every yard of Cloth and Suitings used in the manufacture ofour
I CEEBRA TED
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= = High Art Clothing
Also being custom duty payers are undoubted authorities upon the pending question
HIGH TARIFF BUGABOO which serves to impress upon many fashionably dressed
gentlemen that the advanced tariff will greatly increase the price on the garment we
manufacture for his wear This argument we are fully prepared and able to discuss
Using past experience act as criterion we issue the following common sense argument
for your consideration
FIRST Admitting that the Suit and Overcoat manufactured in our Baltimore
tailor shops are far superior than tho the ones made in foreign countries but we are
compelled to acknowledge that in order to maintain our reputation for the
FINEST CLOTHING
Who render the best of satisfaction we are obliged to import our Cloths and Suitings
especially the famous English Worsteds and Meltons Scotch Chovots and Tweeds
French Cassimeres etc which beyond a shadow of a doubt are not only superior to our
home manufacture out positively the finest on the face of the globe
SECOND Admitting the increased duties on the readymade garments admitted
to our ports are large and severe yet the material necessary to each garment scarcely
advanced the paltry sum of 50c Hence the advance we deem perfectly ridiculous and
the most skeptical will readily coincide with us
THIRD Although threefourths of our total Clothing stock we handle are of
imported materials duty paid on the old tariff schedule for all these goods were made
up long before October 0 at 12 p m when McKinley law took effect yet we frankly
assure our friendsand patrons that we will at all times continue to serve you with the
finest the market affords Tariff or no tariff we will at all hazards be able to discount
competition and sell you a finer Suit or Overcoat for 51000 51500 or 2000 than the
one you pay 500 more for elsewhere and as to our
High Art Clothing
We are at all times ready and able to distance your Merchant Tailor fancy prices and
yet guaranteeing you equally as good a fitting and made garment if not better
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RETAILERS 1fWif9t i j IMPORftIIS
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ELiAS mORRiS
Has a handsome line of
Wood Iron and Slate
e1 llANTLES
ALSO
FLOOR AND AR TJLIESo
Call and see the finest display in this line in the West
No 21 West South Temple Strete
sPENd KIMBALL
c I HEADQUARTERS FOR
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ole Agents lor Lattemans Corsst Slioas
For Weak Ankloa
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Laird Sekober Mitchell and James A Bannister
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JUST ARRIVED
Latest Styles in i Ladies 3
Fur Trimmed Jackets
AT TIlE
Schweitzer Cloak SnitCo
o AIN STREET
Salt Lake City
I
BOME COAL COMPY
22 E First South St
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American Glothing Shoe Co
120 Main Street Salt Lake City Utah
Being that we bought more
Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing
Than we have room for therefore we are FORCED TO
SELL and will for the Next Thirty Days offer all our
Clothing and Overcoats 25 per cent Less than Former
prices We also have a fine line of Underwear which we
will sell for the next 30 Days at Greatly Reduced Prices
A pe > oiejl Effort IIade
TJJ
OUR SHOE STOCK IS
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COMPLETE ON
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In addition to the above we carry a very large stock of Gents Kid and Dog Skin
Gloves Lined and Unlined for Driving Visiting and street Wear all at the Jfopulas
Clothiers and Gents Furnishers
American Clothing S Shoe GoM 120 Main Street
VALLMER WOLTER WEBER Proprietors
GRAND OPENING 1
Thursday Friday and Saturday
September 25th 26th and 27th
We beg to announce to our friends and patrons that on
the above and following days we will display our choice line of
Pattern Hats and Bonnets also an immense assortment of
Millinery Novelties
SIrvION BROS
7
CALL ON
BARNESLEWIS CO
16 Th ain Street
For Boots Shoes Rubbers
Underwear Blankets and
Seasonable Woolen Goods
43rIrd TRADE A SPECIALTY
We buy for Cash and sell at Bedrock Prices
Mail Orders Solicited and Receive Prompt Attention
I
Sears > and Liddle Co
CI11oorpOre1e
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Glass Paints Oils Grain
Hay and Produce Finest Stock of Ground and Colored Glass ever
seen in Utah Full Stock of Carriage Varnishes Japan Colors
and Painters Supplies of the Best Grades always on hand Our
Ready Mixed Paints are the Best in the Market
THE
SEMlaWEEKLY HERALD
B Hit oberts ID Editor
The SemiWeekly Herald contains all the
cream of the daily edition with other matter
specially edited for the issue It is published
Wednesdays and Saturdays It is larger than
the regular daily and is in all respects a
model country newspaper Its circulation is
the best attestation of its popularity
11000 Copies Per Week
Are now being issued and the number
is steadily on the increase I
Our Books and Pressrooms are
Open to Advertisers
SPECIAL RATES
To Advertisers in the Daily and Sunday Editions
Subscription Price 300 per Year
THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD
Is Unexcelled as an Advertising Medium for
all who desire to reach the country public in
i
any of the counties of Utah Idaho Wyoming
and many of those in Colorado Montana New
Mexicoand Arizona j
j
The Herald Co Publishers
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General Gleanings
The Reed hotel building will be enclosed
this week
The Hot Springs were well patronized
Sunday last
A new lodgo of A O U W will be insti
tuted in the hall tonight
Dr R F Manders has returned from a
few weeks stay in Denver Col
J W Wilson and wife came up from the
capital city yesterday morning
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving The
turkey crop is being harvested
Probate Judge R W Cross was in Salt
Lake on legal business yesterday
Major B A Littlefield has been elected
editor and manager of the daily Union
E G Soloman and wife of Omaha Neb
are in the city and are located at the Broom
The Campobello concert takes place in
the West End academy Tnanksgiving even
jag
injrThe hot water heaters will be in working
order in the Cortez block the last of the
week
The work of putting in the abutments of
the Ogden river bridge is progressing very
slowly j
Martin Scheuck of New York city was
in Ogden yesterday looking after business
matters
The Ogden Driving park was the centre
of attraction for a good many teamsters
Sunday
The musical concert for the benefit of
the North Ogden library comes off this
evening
The chairs for the new opera house are
expected here in a few days They will be
beauties
The noted tragedian Thomas W Keene
will play in the Union opera house Decem
ber 1 and 2
Mr W B LaYeile expecting to take a
trip to Louisville Ky where his parents
reside soon
Mr Rock driver of the engine in the
Ogden tiro department has been indisposed
for several days
The Ogden city railway company are put
ting up poles and arms for their electric
lailwav on Wall avenue
The Third warders will hold their first
grand ball of the season in the Third ward
faceting house this evening
Mr C H Walcott departed for Helena
Mont last evening to remove his family to I
Ogden Mr Walcott will make a good
citizen
The following telegrams are uncalled for
in thk office of the Western Union Tele
graph company E C Roder George A
Bailey A J Charon and H P Rafter
The funeral of Arthur Mitchell the boy
who fell from the Boyle block a few days
ego takes place at the family residence
453 Twentysecond street at 10 oclock this
morning
William S Collins returned from his old
home in Dayton Ohio Saturday morning
He says Ohio is not the place for him to live
in and that Utah is the Garden of Edin
Ho will make this his home
Everybody Should Go
The concert to be given al North Ogden
this evening although at first announced
with some good members has been in
creased with some more choice and draw
ing ones
Martin Scbenck of New York city a
gentleman who has a very fine baritone
and who traveled with Sarah Louise Kel
logg for six years will sing on the occasion
also John Beatty jr will play the bar
monica as he can do admirably The
regular programme as announced
formerly consisted of Miss Calkins
with her piano solos Miss Lazette and Mr
Burleigh with their songs and Joseph
Peery with readings Special arrangements
have been made with the street car com
panies by which two cars will leave the
corner of Washington avenue and Twenty
fourth street at 7 p m and will run through
without changing A small admission fee
will be charged and the proceeds will go to
the library fund
The Arnold music parlors will furnish a
Sohmer grand piano for the occasion
Everybody invited
A Report from Wyoming
The report came in yesterday and a good
many wondered if it was true that a war
rant was out for the arrest of Colonel M
E Post late manager of the Hot Springs
health resort
Mr Post resigned his position at the
springs apparently for the purpose of mak
ing a trip to Europe Mr Post was for
merly a banker in Cheyenne and when he
arrived there a few days ago a complaint
was filed against him by a man by the name
of Frank Stizer one of the depositors in
the defunct bank and has brought civil
action based upon a section of the revised
statutes
The fifth allegation under this section IB
the one under which the suit is brought It
reads as follows That he fraudulently
contracted the debt or incurred the obliga
tion for which this suit is about to be or has
been brought
On the Saturday afternoon previous to
the Monday on which the notice whs posted
up Colonel Stizer deposited in the bank
6103 It is for the recovery of this amount
that he now bringSthe civil action
The banking house of Morton E Post
Co failed on the 10th of October 1SST On
the morning of the failure a notice was
posted on the door of the bank which stated
the assets to be 903570 tho liabilities
491300 leaving a balance of assets over
liabilities of 403270 The notice recited
that the firm would pay dollar for dollar as
soon itsloans were collected and the busi
ness settled up
A schedule of the assets and liabilities
was filed October 28 The liabilities were
given in the schedule at 51100785 and the
assets 92S493 making the assets over the
liabilities 1173J5 0 Doubtful indebted
ness and notes to the amount of 17067283
were deducted from this leaving the net
assets over all liabilities 2572352
Several ol Mr Posts
friends wero seen
yesterday afternoon concerning the report
but none of them were able to verify or
contradict the statement as they had beard
nothing more than had been rumored It
it a surprise to many here and it is hoped
it will prove without foundation
The Dauntless Desperado
Dick Rogers alias Hardy the desper
ado that shot Mrs C A Perlchman on the
Hot Springs train a few months ago broke
out of the county jail Sunday afternoon at
4 oclock
Every precaution was taken by Sheriff
Betnap and his deputies but regardless of
all that the outlaw found an avenue of es
cape that proved available
In the northeast corner of the jail is a
dark cell that has not been occupied for
some time The entrance to it is near
where the large iron door swings that
closes the entrance to the hallway Sher
iff Bclnap has always had fears to the safety
of the place from the fact that when the
jailor enters the hallway unless he kept a
very careful watch the prisoners could
easily strike him over the head and with
him powerless gain their liberty For those
reasons he ordered the cell kept locked
But Hardy evidently had a long head at
tached to his body so to pick and in some
manner or other he was able to take the
lock ot the door and walk in at las plea
sure He came into the possession of a strap
iron about ten inches long and with that
Instrument it is supposed he forced his way
nut During the night the prisoners are
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locked up in cells by themselves and in the
day time they are allowed in the hallway
for exercise During these hours he per
fected his scheme and armed with the strap
iron he pried up a stone in the bottom of
the cell then dug the dirt out from under
the wall that separates the cell and the I
stairway When he had enough dirt taken
from beneath the stone wall he slipped his
body through until he ws under the stair
way The next method was to pry up a
couple of steps and gain access to the out
side After he had accomplished his feat
he ascended the steps to the outer door
which had a key in it to avoid any one
from opening it from the outside and by
turning the latch he was once more at lib I
erty
It is supposed the desperado has worked I
for several weeks on the underground es
cape
a stone on the other side of the cell was
found pried loose Sheriff I Belnap has tele
graphed in all directions and has sent the
cowboys pictures broadcast in the country
in hopes of capturing him again The
sheriff says the fellow is thinly clad and it
is likely that he is not yet far distantand
in somebodys hay barn It is a mystery
how he obtained the strap iron but it is
thought it was handed him through the
bars from the outside It was a daring
escape
The following is a description of Hardy
furnished by Jailer Belnap Twenty years
old 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high light com
plexioned lighthair long peaked nose
face as smooth as a girls When he left he
wore a light grey woolen overshirt with a
laced and pleated front light checkered
jumper blue overalls clothing very much
soiled Look out for him and arrest him
and communicate with G R Belnap sheriff
Weber count P O box 451 Ogden Utah
A reward of 850 will be given for his cap
ture He will run and fight
A lost ffice Robbery
The news came into the postofflce head
quarters here last evening that the post
office at Pocatello Idaho was broken into
Saturday night and Sl000 in stamps and
registered letters taken The perpetrators
of the theft have not been found
Jtulge Preshaws Court
The following pilgrims were tried before
Judge Preshaw at the police station yes
terday
George Francis P W Manning and
Tom Roech were fined the usual amount
for loading up with too much bad beer
Thomas Burns and Frank Shepherd
tried on the charge of disturbing the peace
were each fined 315 and costs
Dread Diphtheria
Sanitary Inspector Lewis informed a
HEIIALU reporter that a case of diphtheria
existed in the family of W J Jack one
door east of the Doby boarding house on
lower Twentyfourth street The inspec
tor has the house safely quarantined
There was a death from diphtheria and
scarlet fever Saturday last at Five Points
Mr Lewis advises teachers in public and
private schools to have all pupils remain
at home that are affected with swollen
throats
Marriage License
County Clerk C L Hallingsworth issued
a license to wed yesterday to Joseph Wil
cox and Marion Stanford
Miss Stanford daughter of exCount
Recorder Joseph Stanford
In the Third Ward Tohijrht
As previously announced this evening I
is to be the occasion of a grand ball in the
Third ward meetinghouse corner of
Grant avenue and Twentysecond street
Tnib is the first ball of the season in that
ward and promises to be a grand success
both socially and financially Let all good
people attend and make it such Dancing
at 730 sharp
COMMERCIAL
Money Market
NEW Yonic Nov 21 Money on call easy
3
Prime mercantile paper6t9 i
Sterling exchange Quiet firm sixtyday
bills 479i demand 4SSi
Bar silver i0314
London Money Market
LONDON Nov 24Consols money 05 9 1C
consols account 95916 U S fours 122
U S fours onehalf 101
Bar silver 46V d per ounce
Money 4lx per cent
NewYork General llarftot
NEW Y07H Nov 24HopsEasy quiet
Coffee O Lions closed steady unchanged
to 10 neons up dull Sales 17000 bags No
vember 1725 twI730 December 17051710
January 102010 Maich 15101525 May
15001507 Spot Rio firm fair cargoes lOu
No 7 17J
Sugar Raw quiet steady refined quiet
CopperFlat lake nominal
LeadSteady domestic 460
TinClosed easier straits 2000
In Wall Street
NEW YORK Nov 24Stocks showed irregu
lar changes from Saturday this morning though
generally for fractions with a loss 1 in Sugar
refineries and the market developed considera
ble weakness Sugar dropped H Rock Island
1J4 Northern Pacific 4 Sales of securities
under the rule for account of the broker whose
suspension was announced at the opening made
materially lower prices for Jersey Central Or
egon Iprovement Nickel Plate and some
others Jersey Central dropped from 102 to OSi4
others more in some cases These losses
checked the tendency and pressure Increased
towards the end of the hour The market at 41
was very active and weak at the lowest
After iloclock the effect of sales under the rule
and the suspension passed away and prIces
began to recover slowly while the amount of
business done showed a material falling off
The market at noon was comparitively quiet
and strong at light declines Irom opening
prices
Stocks after 12 developed a decidedly strong
and buoyant tone which carried all active
stocks to materially higher fl lures St Paul
was specially prominent ring on large busi
ness from 49i to ri34 while Atchison and
Northern Pacific preferred rose 2B Union
Pacific and Rock Island each 2jj and Sugar re
fineries The upward movement was checled
toward 2 pm but the best prices were well
held At 215 the market was fairly strong at
the best prices of tho day Stocks after ai 15
continued to advance and better llgures were
reached all over the list The close was activ
S
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and strong at the highest prices of the day
The stock market today was very active and I
while inclined to weakness at first became
decidedly strong later in the day and almost
everything traded in among the active stocks
is materially higher than Saturday Sugar is
down on account of the decision against the
trustees Atchison is up 3 St Paul 27i
Southern Pacific and Burlington each 2lt
Missouri Pacific 25s Union Pacific 8
Governments steady
Petroleum
NEW YORK Nov 24 Petroleum Nothing
doing December closed at 694
Mining Stocks
NEW YORK Nov 24Eureka 350 Gould
Curry 100 Hale Norcross 140 Home
stake S750 Horn Silver 2iiO Mexican 8240
Plymouth 140 Savage 5300 Sierra Nevada
205 Standard Sloa
Boston Quotations
BOSTON Nov 24 Atchison Topeka Santa
Fe 34 Burlington Mexican Central com
mon 2 yj Mexican Central bond scrip
San Diego 16
MornIng Railroad Stocks
Nsw YORK Nov 21
U S 4s COU1 12 Ogn Navigation 83
Pacific Cs 112 North American 13ll
Atchison 30J Pacific Muiluu 33
Central Pacific 29 Rock Island ati
Burlington87is St L S F 32
D H G m St P 24
Northern Pacific 2 Texas Paclllcn 141
Preferred u an Union PaclUcuu roM
Northwestern l06it Fargo Express 3
York Central024 Western Union 78
Closing Railroad Stocks
Nun YORK Nov 24
U S 4s regul20 Northern Pacific 23
U S Is coupon UOY NP preferred
U S4Y2sregl03 Northwestern 70
U s 4s couponIOI referred1374
PaeUlc6sI12 York CentraL UJO f
Atchisonn 33 Oregon Imp 16
American Ex 114 Ogn Navigation 80
Can Pacltlc i3U Ogn Short Line IJj
Can Southernu North American l33
Centr1 Pacific30 Pac1l1c Mail 3 Hi
Bur11l1 ton 8 heading mn 32
Laclmwannuhu hock Ilandn SY2
D lrimi i It G Ig t h J
Kansas Texas ll4 Texas lacllleiittj
Lake Sho1O10 Union PncUlc
LouisvUle Nash 75i Faro Express
Michigan Central SO Wstern Unlon 7JM
Missouri Pacific a7 Am Cotton OiL 17
Chicago Produce
CHICAGO Nov 24WheatFirm cash
liisMs December 93 May 102
Corn fiirm cash 534 December Z3 May
54
Oi sFirm cash 44 December 43J May
46461ij
Mess porkFirm cash 003 January M12J4
May 1M7
Lard Caoh OOOJAnOJanaary GSTJJ May
C7
RyeFirm 67
IJarley Nominal 7G78
Vtasicy 114113
Short Clear obO
Short Kibs 51UJJ515
Chicago Vheat
CIIICAGO Nov 2Jrhcre was good trading
but somewhat of an unsettled reeling the
hshorf interest bringin cousidermblo In
fluences generally from ble to holders and
a strong feelirt pcmlco most oC the day
Opmtd wealto 4etljc lowerthan Saturdays
closing sold OJ qu11ly lc more on failure in
ValI street lint gOJd lJuyingstarwd market
upward sad prices advanced 2te f01lMay ruled
with some irregularity c03ed 7 c higher than
Saturday Receipts i3UtmO siiipmtnS 5atOU
r
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO Nov 21 Cattle Receipts 13500
active strong and higher prime and active
other UXxiSJ Texuns 5jl3M rangers
55
Hogs Receipts 20X higher rough and
common 300 375 prime mixed and vac
MXjUM prime heavy and butchers weights
WXiJSOa light hUtWS
SUeep Receptb 13000 heavy aid lower
au0a liAX J tjuO westerners > Jj245J
Texans 375Q4UO
Liverpool Grain
LIVERPOOU Nov 4WbeatPoor demand
new No 2 winter 7s 4dVj new No 2 spring
7570
Corn Demand fair for spot and fair for fu
tures bpoi November and December 4s 2d
January 55 5d
London Grain
LONDON Nov tThe Jlttlk Lane Ewres
says English wheats ue st > aiy Kussau and
A erilan lid cheaper U rl v sad rye QI ie
American torn 5 dearer America i Hour Hi m
oats lirm
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MARKET REPORT
fWHOHESAKE BUYING PRICED
Retail about 13 l per cent higher
Corrected Daily by the Peoples fericardlny Co
st Gtidse J2 Second SoutJi Street
CHAIN HUYNOSEI NO
Wheat J bus built new No 2 573 Um
3 70 00
U I no grade 65 n
Oats l cwt sacked white 1 75 0000
H mixed 1 70
craclced 1 80
1 Easternuu 1 90
Barley 13 cwt brewing 117
feed 12ll
g 0 cracked 10
00
Corn Eastern 0000 uu 1 75
chopped 00 1 K
and oats chop 185
PopCorn 4 03
FLOUR
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High Patent i3 cwt 230 = =
Straight Grade 00 2 10 00
Family u 1 GO 00
Pearlino Meal u i 2 00
Corn 1 200
Graham 9 93
Rye 2 75
Buckwheat 4 7r
Oatmeal tJ barrel 1 7 00
Bran per cwt 75 0000
Shorts SO 0000
HAY
Timothy straight 4 ton 14 50 = =
mixed 1350 h
e1a Top I uOO u
Upland 11 oo
AId
Wild I 1000
Lucera I 9 J OD
Straw wheat 00 8 CO
lf oats 1 I 8 50 e
PRODUCE
I
Butter best 1Ib rollm 2 = =
Utah nn 22
I Eastern tub i5
Eggs 1 3 > doz 2 u
pSgS
hu
Potatoes ft I cwt umu l 00 n
c I
Cabbage i oo
Onions
Lucern Seed I < 5x4
Cental Sacks each II Wttil

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