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THE as compared The elaseoMmi follow. iataaa. (LOMTBMniO; iSTQCK l.riL2. ClrcalaMon M0.02t.700. Legal tenders Mining Man Wha Liv Chicken. decrease II. a11). MARKET STOCK LAKE SALT SOMEWHAT. LESS ACTIVE. 4 Surplus 93.tful.77l; decrease 7,342.000. (2.623.-0- States deposits decrease I3.ll0.073. 17,765.-1M- , Ex-Tnl- td Xtw York. Nor. 3. The 'oek inar-ke- i was mk tor an bout anil then Chicago Prwduca. sMiiuri for an huur today and rinsed Wheel Chicago. Nov. 2- .- Close. firm at the reoovry. Rwadiug absorbDec. 74 12; May 791-S- . ed a large share of the market and Corn-D- ec. 41 May 44 lb. was i he only slock in wove either Oats -- Dec. (4 lb. May 36 34112. sellThe visor. early Lard-Ja- il. way aiih any May (8.609 1(47 ing of this stock was plainly due to 6.62 of the to profl's a large talent inking Pork - Jan. 114.00; Mas 014.12 12. The whole in yesterday's business. Riba-J- an. 7.72 07 60; May it In wee affected sympathy. 7.75. market some was Tli professional selling, Rye-Ca- sh 63 12b 4 also caused by fears of a weak bauk Bariev Cash 41652. week's large staiement, owing to the Timothy Kov. 4 15. indicated outgo of rash and ihe probFlax aud clover no trading. also ability that credit accounts bd week. bren ekieuded during the Sugar and Coffee. The bauk statement verified the New York, Nov. 3. Sugar Raw, wow liberal estimates at the kes of 3 centrifugal csab during the week, the decrease in Ann: fair refining molasses sugar 3 But 96 tear 3 lhai Item rising to 7.342.0o0. quiet, crushed 5.5"; powderwhatever Increase of credits may hare Refined 4.!bi: granulated 4.3u. been made In New Vaik during the ed COFFEE Blend) ; No. 7 Rio 7 week it was again kept out u the bank statement, which showed a loan Woal. decrease of ,WI,ihi. The assump3 Wool rti. l.Nils. Mo.. Nov. tion that credits were expanded Is esfern medibased upon tha kern needs of the No- 9lea.lv; 'errliory and vember nmney settlements and the um 2462'; flue medium 186 22; Hue process of transferring tones from the 14617. London market to the New York marCtucaga Cattle. ket. which baa been going on during ihe week. There was not much allow Chicago. Nov. 8. Cattle Receipts for relief for the banka front the in- 500; steady; beeves $J.tf"05.75: rows creased loan requirements, li Is as- aad heifera $1 .5"05.I'; calves sumed that the trat companies awl atorkera and feeders $2. 60 private banking bourns took their 04.60. share of the burden. In addition Ia Hops Receipts 11.000. Steady: this It la known that France loan bill mixed and butehara S5.tfi8.41 have been negotiated la ibis market gtkid heavy 96.2i'tf 6.45: rough heavy duriug the week. 5.6506.06; light 6.8506.40; pigs Gables from Harts report a good 86. 4006. 26; bulk or sales 86.O60C.3S. wlih 3.IHN); deal of satisfaction there steady; and riiscrlrntnatloa by the beep 98.2506.65; yearling 85.600 American Bank of France against 6.60; lamb I4.&O07.8O. II nance bills In an eRort to check It. but But with the money rate In Paris Kansas City Cattla. aUgbtly above 4 per cent the attracKaunas City, Mo, Nov. 8 Cattle tion of the profitable rate for time Receipts 1.600. Steady; native steers loans here apparvnijy proves stronger 4.0006.75; native cows and helfara than the obstacles offered by the cenStockers and feeders 2.0004.75: tral banking institutions .have been calves 2.7506.60; western It able to oppose. It la this road ton ateera 2.6004.60, western cows 0 which haa given rise to rumors of 3.75. an Intended advance In the Bank of to Hogs Receipts 4,0o0. Blend) Kranre discount rate. Total sales of 5e lower; bulk of sales 6. 2006. 25; bonds, par value, 91.161,ui0, heavy 6.17 psekttrs 5.76 $6.1606.27 piga and llghi 2 8-- 7-- 7-- thisile-velopmr- Sheep--Receipt- VIEWS OF FINANCIER. s 06.25. Sheep-- - Receipts nous. Market nom- inally aieady. The Financier New York, Nov. 3. ear: CASTRO The official statement of New York the expected1 banka, though large loss of cash, a indicated by- the preliminary estJ mates which were based upon the traceable movements of money during the week, was more favorable than wan looked fur in that t lie aurplua reserve waa not entirely NOT DYING. dlar-luslii- Washington, Nor. 3. A cabin necolved at the Venriuelan legation annuunces that President Castro, who recently relumed to Cara-raa- . haa presided over the meeting uf the cabinet yeaterday. - din-paf- extinguished, such extinction having been avoided partly through g deDIED OF APOPLEXY. crease in ksma and also because of favorable changes in some of the El Paao, Tex, Nov. 2. J. Shields, minor Hems. it la noteworthy that Boctallat nominee for congress In tlih public deposits were red u red 84,780.-70- dietrirt, died of apoplexy last night. circulation was augmented and loans exceeded, deposits by 88,321 .700 mure than In the previous week, making almost the maximum reroid of such excess this year, the total thereof last week being 0. The cash loss waa and 97.342.000, lo - Eagle's Neat Emerald llrand Central Oold field Daisy Ingot Joe Bowers ... Little Bell Little Chief Ixiwer Mammoth law Dillon Mammoth May Day Nevada Hills Nevada Falrvlew New York mand. ..... River country, American territory, nnd retimed Is now being built from Valdex on the coast to the head of the an American Copper River, where syndicate Is developing the oopper mines. Roads are being constructed by the government under military supervision all over tbe territory, and It will not be long before Alaska will tie as thickly settled aw some of our far Western elate. "The winters there are not much more severe than those down here, and we very seldom have enow before Christmas. We grow some of the finest fruit end eeaelables hi the world, up north, although there are not many farmers or ranchers. Kviwybndy D too busy digging for gold and getting 11. There are also several railroads In the course of construction in the Arncr-ldaterritory, with more contemplated. People, sa a rule, have a mistaken idea eoncerntiig Alaska. Of course, the greater part of the country is aa yet unexplored and unsettled, but it is not nearly so wild and nnhahiiable as some people Imagine." n ... ... Ontario Rocon HomMiake. .. Blrhimnid Anscond. Stray Ikig Bcottlsh Chief Swansea South Swanea Sacramento Silver King Siar Con Silver Shield South Columbus Tetro n . . .. In'ed Slate Incln Sam Con Ctah Mine Victoria Victor Con wag to leave the stage for the finale she fell In a swoon. There was no time u revive her or carry her off and as the tableau showing Pamirs! surholding the Holy Grail aloft, waa rounded by the worshippers, shown. Mias Keating lay on the stage fur several encores. The audience thought It a part of the pUy aud there were remarks the startling realism of Miss Keating's acting. She was taken to the Kenyon hotel aail noon revived under a doctor's care. j eon-cernl- TRAINS ARE ALL !.2T nil lines, October 31st witnessing the withdrawal of the colonists' rates. Snow In tbe mountains and iu the states adjoining on the east, is also delaying traffic. One of the longest trains ever haul, ed into Ogden polk'd Into the uepot yard today shortly before noon it wsa Inlon Pacific train No. 6, bound for IjOs Angeles, and was computed coaches. uf twenty-eigh- t Almost half of these were devoted to the Judsoo excursion party from the east, bering 5H1 persons. num- AFTER THE BANDIT. UTE Governor Header Hauled Twenty-eigh- t Coaches Over Union Pacific. Double Aliu'isi every train arriving iu Ogden the past few days has been from hours late. throe to twentv-fou- r ion Pacific train No. 3, due at 3 o clock this morning, had not arrived All up t" 3 o'clock this afternoon. other road, are running train on emerptney schedules, and the chances of arriving at u destination on time are txtrenitly unlikely This Is due. li s asid. o the re-markahly heavy travel westward on Orders an Campaign. Magoon Activa Havana, Nov. 3. To end the feeling of insecurity throughout the Island, due to the' existence of straggling bands called Into being by the rerent Insurrection, Governor Magooa h ordered tbe employment of strong bodies nf rural guards to pursue and scatter ;he bauds and restore order. troops will replace the mrs! guards in the tntl'na from which tha I latter gre withdrawn. J WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTE Tlie aniwer to that requtst i no longer tho hair mattress with it ancleanly association, but the sweet, pure, luxuriously elastic uml of hiii'ihki1. It in ailenliiy reinteiitHi ve of tlm finNluH of art let uml artiuti. iewmloliie An Elegant Display luivo been reviouM effort i fum it lire for ilixiriminaliii and (eoiiomieol luivere. Karpen Leather Rockers 7.00. lurpe mid beautiful line of loillher Tor kern wiix xliowu iu llplen. Over Ki1eii ntyleu to liefer from Kiiuilfli to t ilt. They ore iiimle of I lie Im'hi sler-linutirmiieetl lent her, mid ore ok ;nod ok it in toKHible to moke o rocker. lieKenotioiiK mode for the holidoyx. oue now, poy for it Inter. They range in priee fmin 945.00 to RN5.00. Sm-I- i H befm-- e xe-le- Stearns & Foster Mattress the nine layers of rlf2n oflarevwhichwebthisform mattreai ia built. Its cotton felt perfect purity and dryness, it luxurious elasticity and life, make it as desirable as the costliest hair mattress made. It ia non absorbent, and will not become lumpy nor lose itc delightful resilience in a lifetime. The Stearns & Foster Cos mattresses must be seen to be appreciated. We have just received a shipment of them we know you can be suited. Let us show you the S. & F, mattress and convince you of their superiority. Como delay mean regret on your part. They art reasonable In price 911.25 to 91&La to-d- ay Se-U- il ' il uml f2.ur. Style, Quality, Construction, Price All 7241 No. 1. (1 10. . isirihwesu-m- in-a- BOYLE FURNITURE CO. t Rye No 2. Clc. Harley Fair lo 470 SOr. Flax ced color. little price on it. lleatherhhioin akirta the great barguinm at 98 rent, fl.29, fl.45, 1.T5, 1 4e. 4 - , full uml romplHe line uf furniOur very ture for lie FALL hkoii is now in NiHitiou uml von lire eurnt'kily invitetl to iimiMTi tlie Fiinii. Iu 2:14. 2. u. fri-tiuu- Fail Furniture Exhibit Cash qmi'atkim were ;is follow: Flour steady. Wheat No 2 spring. Tfiffi , fu tin Itight'id t vh- of attic nnd per iududiuj; Niirh t Sudani maktw aa the Surosia, PrinceeKe, Arlington, and uuule up in the new eat Kkirling doth of all weight. Cotton akirta wliirli rival xilk ones in l4aiity and near twice an long. The diaplay it ko large it will not ermit of neparate mention. You will fiud the skirt you want here with a ETTHOAT The Store That Has the Lowest Prices and Extends the Longest and Most Liberal Credit Pork Jan.. 114.111. $13.95 (14.1)0; 14 12'. Mav. 14.20, $14.10, Ian) - Nov.. 9.30. 89.25. 89 50; Iky.. $8.7". (N i6. (.674 ; .Inn,. $1,524. 8.47' ... 8.474; May. 8 52',. $s..Vl. 0-"- I There waa a bit of realism on the suge of the Salt Lake theater Friday night just before the last curtain when Mis Keating fell in a dead fulnt In the middle of the stage nnd Ihe applause continued while the curtain was raised for three encores to the dosing picture of the play. While the company waa playing In Ogden Thursday night. Mr. Connor, who plays the part of Parsifal, received a telegram front Chicago saying that Mis Keating's father had died that afternoon, and ashing that he break the news to Miss Keating. It waa his Intention to wait until yesterday morning before Informing hera but a hotel clerk who overhoard part of the conversation between Mr. Connor and Mr. Emery, manager of the company, told Mias Keating of the arrival of the message and the news was broken to her immeniateh after the performance.. out liv a sleepless night after hearing the and news. Miss Kmting was hardly able to take her part In the performance last night and It was only by the exercise iff a strong spirit and ihe encouragement, of the entire company that she could keep up until time" for the final curtain. Then, there waa a rear I Ion and just a she "Gold la not the only thing we take out of the ground In Alaska. Copper deposits mid to lie the largest In the world have been found In the Copper 33 Sc. :134c. Oats-X- j .... j Xov. 3. The leading furanged as follows: Wheat-Ik- y, 744c. 7Sr, 74'jO; May.. 784 c. 7tfc. 790794c. Corn Dec., 43V 434c. 44c; May, 4414c, 44c. 441c; July, 45Vc. 44Se 4440 4C. Cam -- Her, :S44 33i 34ic: May, 351tfc. ::f4c, 361 tillage: July, 324 ; - Chicago. I74ffr474- j 1 ture 714179c: No. 2 red, Corn No. 2. 4t:,ii j g CHICAGO FUTURES. I.. - ini-lfut- proof, ribs Jan.. $7,62 4. 87.0"; May, 7.80. 7.724. 17.75. W 4. Pacific coast. "I am nor in this part of the world Kali lake, Nov. 3. Bustnea during on iniuing tualntos." said Holbrook, inis morning, alihougli 1 own several ihe morning session of lue local claims in Forty Mile district, the School-was to be quiet, the good Klondike. Wa are taking out about At the close of tills week there are actual transfer, of stock being less 2o0.00u a year in gold front our workenrolled seven students in excess of than in some days past. Tbe marker ings which are developed by hydraulic our entire enrollment of last year, or waa strong, however, and vaiuea were pressure. Wa have very little quarts 60 in excess of the corresponding well sustained throughout the day. mining in Alaska 1U our placer miu-luweek uf last year. If tala la true while The market was without any par will exceed In output This year the weather remains fine and some ilcular feature, several stocks showing tile enormous sum of 30.000, mu). crops not yet gathered, what may be considerable activity. A a umber of "People may talk shout the decline expected in the course of another shares of Csntury changed hanns at of tha mining Industry in Alaska, but month? 3D to 314 cent 111 here 10 on the op a hoard say that it is ns yet In iu Patriarch David McKay pieen;ed and Nevada Hills was also anive at infancy. Why. there are thousands school with a sentiment, artisti9137 4 and 8321X4. of square miles of territory entirely the palnied and neatly framed, readDuring tha regular call a toial of unkuoa u to white ' n. aud from tha cally as In the Education, follows: ing 13J11I ebarrs changed bands, repreIn Indiana tbe must land bring rep.irts of the home, the state lies the senting n worth of 814.315 The open he extremely riel, in niinerala cf nil aad the safety The students renation. board sales amounted to lo.T'Ni share- kinds, and partlculsily in gold. The ceived It with vole of thanks, a hearty at a worth of 86 278.50 In haa lieen acraiched gruiiuii hardly li now hangs, together with the Th total a.inounr of liusiness fur Alaska, and when real work la begun and large flag presented by Pres. Kliuitliff, the week amounted to :!N5.4!5 slut res. lhai country will asiunDh tha world. In a prominent place In Ihe study a 3275.617.77. worth a Klonof in we "Of now. tha live course, representing a 63.7"6 shares under nr rather Canadian hail dike. British representing against The second story of the new buildworth of 63.874.41 for the correspond- rule, and wa are vtrr well Batiafled la nearly completed. It begins lo ing of last week wiiirh In the with mauner ing tha goveaw-cen- l took like a real school bouse. The quotation for treats ua Yankees. Earlier In While on bis way to Wyomfug to as follows: tha history uf the X'rtliwest Territory, attend conference of tbe Woodruff was much 01 tne Klondike, there Oreon F. Whitney's Stake. Apostle Ajax graft and rnscnllty. as theta was ana train waa delaved at Green Friday Alice still la to a certain extent. In that part He made a sliort visit to the black Jack of Alaska owned hv tha CnHed States, morning. and apuke very interestingly Bullion Reck but of late things have straightened to the students at devotional, cn the Beck Tunnel . . . out until (ha laws are as strictly origin of the cburch schools' system. Butler JJberal . there wa they are down here. He emphasised the fact that the Carls Dawson la our headquarters, and Smith was a great Con. Msrcur haa about 16.000 people. It's n hust- Prophet Joseph promoter of true education. The Century ling. little modern city with all pesker showed, too. the relation of Colorado Mining conveniences The business of education and salvation. Dalton ihe Klondike la done there, and It is Daly the seat of tbe Canadian government In that district. Miners make 4 a day Daly Judge ACTBESS FALLS Iff A FAINT Daly West and hoard, and uirn are always In de- than the sum of .the decrease 8.524. Short of haps four or fire evarks erilng as stores, and a many cabins, and is about 7wi miles from Skagaay on tue In loans and the kiss of cash, so that ihe statement dkh not make a good . in Town in the Klondike, which S. C. Hol&rcuk, stopping at the' Rre.l Hotel, claim 41s home. Chicken is ab Hit niueiy miles from Dawson. mt' is on tbe Yukon river. It la a anuil belt lenient of per- - H ihe movement of currency to the Interior and also to absorption of money through treasury The general tlcpvnlli operations. were reduced 118,874.000 as the result, of the loss of cash and of the In loans; the reduction In deposits were, however, greater by was due largely But Waa Without Feature. Prises Ware Well 8us-tained. Session $;5S.56."26 ; , NOVEMBER Prof. liorace Cumnxirgs. superintendent of church schools, was with us Moudar afternoon aud Tueaduy. He set with tne faculty ar 7 a. m. Tuesday morning, and spoke to the school duriug devotional. Hi remark were encouraging nnd helpful, aud his visit warn very much appreciated by both faculty and students. Prof. Bradford and family were call, ed to Salt Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Pye. mother of Mr. Bradford, who died Sunday morning after a long Illness. Prof. McKendrtck gave n lecture before the Sunday school workers of Bs Elder stake Sunday evening. The meeting waa held at UsrlauJ and tue subject waa "Discipline in the Sunday is the name of a town 'Chicken-- ' Reserve 32E7.ik6.S"9; decrease Reserve required MOUSING, HEKE FRLM ALASKA deeiwaae 687.400 Bank Sutamcnt Indicate a Last Cash to ne Amount of PPXDAY 9.- - decrease 187.652.2"0; Specie UTAH, WtBER STAKE ACADEMY HSTESi iarreae M0.2wS.6uo; 865.w"0. OPEN WALL STREET STOCKS WEAK AND CLOSE FIRM. OGlEJf, EXAMISHB: G 'as: week oeocaase Deposits 8187.0tf. MARKET w'Th Mtm-MX- Throe grades The Anchor nolle at.. $11.25 Tha Windsor telle at.. $14. 25 The Lenox sells at. .$18.00 "4: Prime linurthy seed. 1.15. Ckiver. corn ran grades. Si Short hihs, mile lliwwei. ;. 25. s 8.75. Mcs pci k, per 1II $16.25. J.nvl. ier Iimi in. $9,311. Shun clear siiii - iiiexirii. V624. I Whike. . 8 .511 'h hnsio of high wine- -, 1.2!'. and Shipments. Receipts ship- -- htp- ship-- Bariev . On Recf-ipts- I 125 2"" Ini.; imk1k - Kgas firm rlairie--. uiajilr. fli'idM. COfliXL'c; 2;!c: JK,fi23r. prime - W t- - . F. - niiiu iurlml-in- g binl'n cyi muhngiiiiy, sdiowing of bnffuth. dining tubliht. dining chiiiru mid rhinu siib-ImihiiI- in lurgi mid Our slmwing f niission dining room fnrnitim: if I'xci'jitiiiiiiilly lurgi-- . 5isii our art depart nnnf ami & Wflki'tirbl line nf raiiHn Tire IIcvw uml IiuIm rliairK. mnl a; bImi dining rimm riiiritigi's 4usy chuii'K mid uiik rnrkfi-s- an known nationally jik iIih largcel and I u oel Hilielii- goiidx of t h.j produrid. We an tlii-ihn lo lino. you pniarod i.igaiil ro-ki'- go-ru- n Bank Statairent. New York. Nov. The sis' eiuent of the clearing houe bank for the week show tha' the hank hold mote Ihsti be legal reerie This is .lecrcs-- c ul requirement. On i a iiiimIitii. fir-i- s, cxi tss. l'7cCnees, steady, 1240 1:,,tr 24',e. i gobb'ii u;ik. mark caws Included. mi :iikI iiiuliiiRuiiy, ship- - be product! exrhsnge today tlie msrkei was htesdy. Creamer-l-e- . butter 140254c: cniu-biiiHtiiu- i'UW'k. drifs-in- I liibb'K. drr'KKci'K, Hi., mi- bi'ing show n in nil jhc luli-x- l Ini. 2i,rii .tidies' ib'Kktf. cl) airs, ln('k liip- ship. I - . - - r display of piiiiiivK, bulb foreign and li.iiiii'siir. We are agents for the Merlin An to.. furl in l.ainemn, nnd IriniK. the Irinlff Lembrandl iil'lei oi h'r liigli gi'iiile pii'nireK. We do ailmth I'ii iiirc Iraming. The Latest Designs Tn 1'iirtniiiK, Mmlius roreivi, window hangings, including lotli. leaded and gtaineil glus 4ffecta, jKirtierea. Kilks, ileniins. silkolippH nnd fnrnilnre cbveringff an HhriR'T1 in mir i y departinenr.