|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
6 Tin: .MOIIXIXG 0J DEN, KXAMIXEli, ITilDAY I'TAII, .ig.tr 2 13 16 $27.32. ITusbi?! 3.5u; KWiu-i-il- . 4. h". t STOCK FEE I Oh ft MARKET Su-ad- : R.fmJ. 4 .V. 7 K'anu-lstid- ltio 7 S ! l stfcadi 0": PEf'EMItf-T- MOIJMXG, . MINING MARKET e 2-- Wool. 27. Misil Mo, Uc Steady; territory and western Ui 23$ 2n: tine n:eii.im 11 it II; tine 8ALT LAKE STOCK MARKET FAIR14$ 17. Sr. WALL STREET STOCK MARKET HAS A LIGHT DAY'S TRADE. Ismix. LY ACTIVE. Kansas City Cattle. Resumption of Trading in London After Holidays Seemed to Be in Favor of Higher Prices. Kansas City, Dec. 27. Uaiik ReSteady; native steers $4.,m$6 73: native cows and heifer $2.ii,1-iand feeder 5.iti; sl't-kerbiilis $2.4i$ 4.""; calves 7.00; wrsicrn ftii strers u.7t; western fed coas $2.4u$4.uu. Hogs Receipts 0.00. Market 7 to Ion low it; hulk nf sale 96.27fi6.35: heavy $6.30$ 3.37 packers $6.25 and light $7.25$6.3o $6 37; pigs Sheep - Receipts 5.000, strong;mut-tou- s $4.7$5.75: lambs $6.25$ 7.6it; raugc wethers $4.7o jj u.fly ; fed ewes Lower Mammoth Goes Up to $1.20. Daly Judge Opena Strong and Sells at $12.75. 7.11-hi- ceipt s $3.-27- Yt'i'k. Dec. 27. Tialiug lit light lotiav, bit; Id it 111 i ilte as Mifflcieiil lo Ilf prices day Where the huvicg was in any iiiiiiler-abic- tuluuie at all urgi-u- t iu character the alliance :n prices was fairly Salt Lake. Dec. 27. The sales of the foretuioii nn the mining exchange amounted to the tranafer of 16.35U shares, fur which waa paid 14.453.25. Italy Judge opened strong and 400 hares Held at $12.75. With few extiihiiaiit. The alcnre nf any lires ceptions the trading of the open board was confined entirely to the Tintic Mire ij sell Min'ka was the ouvt 5.25. cbaracterluiic of the day's mar- $3.75$ list, all nf them displaying more or ket. ami it was this that gave it the less buoy ency . Lower Mamoioth went Chicago Catt. dull and siiimg lone, in spite of the Dec. 27. Cattle Receipts up to $1.20 a share, while Yankee Con. near approach of the Jan miry setiie-iiietit- s 10.Chicago. active at 42 cents. Columbus om(i. beeves $4.00$ 6.25: appeared Con. of Alta closed considerably and a higher isnge for call cows and Steady; heifers 5.15; $1.25$ stpekers loans than wan scrured as did Victor Cun. resiei'day. and feeders $2.50$ 4.6o; Texans $3.75 stronger, there was no sign of necessitous Closing Quotations. calves To; 41. $3.0o$5.4U; liorrnwera were able aipar-enIUtah Stocks Bid. Aked. to secure facilities at the rates $b.ou$8.oo. 5 Market 23.000. Hugs Receipts asked and were willing to pay them, luc lower: mixed and butchers $6.00 and there was no f..rri!ig of holdings $6.20 A 6.35: good heavy on the market. The lesitniption of $6.37 tough htavy f5.9o46.in: light $5.90 Ion market sio.k lam the in trading ft 6.32 pigs $5.50$ 6.20; bulk of after the holidays reetucil to lie in sales $6.17$ 6.30. favor of higher prices for Americans, Strong; Sheep Receipts 20.000. as considcahle mtvuncos were scored $3.75$ 5.80; lambs $4.75fi'S.0ll. sheep The here. there before uadi lie began responsiile uieiiiiig here was fallowed by Cnnsiiierah1e Heillug to realize and a set hack in prices resulted. The reIN bound in the Hill stocks removed one of the influential fattors in causing the recent depression iu the market . railroads All of the transcontinental A were strongly bought. There also was a decided upward movement in Reading. There was a growth of confidence in the money outlook. Today was the final for the payment of the giiii.iHm.hOO of subscriptions to New York Central slock. It U believed this sum, when paid to the secretary of the railroad, will benmie immediately AND WOUNDED available for temporary use in the ONE FATALLY THE OTHER IN JAIL. nmney market atm so help to tide over the year-endemand. A feature of the dav was the decline In the open market discount rate in Ikindon. not- Turnsd Cracksmen, Rob a Store of withstanding a weak return, Unit by Four Rifles and Meat With the Hank of England, the Rank of an AccidsnL Frace and the Imperial Hank of GerA further decline in foreign many. exchange also broadened the prolH San Francisco, lec. 27. Tertlble now admitted to exist on engagements visited upon two boy burgof gold in laindim for import, ijocal Justice was bankers continued to maintain the lars early- today. One of them lies opinion that no inward gold movement dying with his abdomen half shot was imminent. The strog advance in away by a rifle which he stole with Great Northern preferred. Northern other plunder last night. The plher lad is in a prison cell, where he has Raclttc and tit. Paul was accompanied by declines in the subscript ion rights sobblngly confessed to his crime. The dying boy is August Schwartz, to the stocks. Whatever the sources SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS or the motives of the days demand, thirteen years old, and the doctor its presence was unmistakable and who Is attending him in hia home, at Dec. was well sustained. A lata reaction, 88 Ualva street, eaya the patient has Interstate Brokerage Company 27, 1906. due to profit taking on the days rise, no chance. His accomplice Is August PsllaiRMiu, only one year older, was followed by a strong closing. father owns a' milk ranch at Ronds were irregular. Total aales, Hamilton and Uouden streets and it value, $1,698,000. par United States 4s, registered, de- was while driving an early morning tnllk route that the two children, clined 4 per cent mu call. scarcely out of their short trousers, became cracksmen. Money. List night the store of the Imperial New Y'ork, Due. 27. Money on call Arms cutniiany, at Van Ness Avenue 4 ft 11 rate 8, closing and Market per cent, ruling street, was burglarised. 4 bid. 4; offered at had The door been pried open by a CO 7 Time loan easier; days, of gas pipe which had been hamto 8 per cent; Pit days, T to 7 per piece mered on the end until it presented cent; six months, 8 to per cent. chisel edge of a Jimmy. The Close: Prime mercantile paper 8 the booty consisted of four heavy 30.30 with $1-2- ; weak exchange sterling s Winchester rifles, ten boxes of actual business In bankers blla at a case of razors all the pnd 477.65 75 and demand fir 42.70$ thieves could carry. 70 for sixty-dabills. Pouted rates youlhful With visions of Buffalo Bill and Nick . $1-2484 and 470$ Carter adventures In their minds, the Commercial bills, 477 two boys climbed Into the milk wagliar silver, 60 on and drove homeward with their Mexlrnn dollars, S3 78. Wiien they reached the outGovernment bonds easy; railroad plunder.district Pallasenu lying suggested bonds Irregular, that they try one of the stolen rifles. Accordingly they tilled the magazine CHICAGO FUTURES. with shells but in their eagerness for a shot they-- forgot to lower the hamrhiesgo. Dec. 27. The leading fu- mer as they threw back the lever. tures ranged as follows: August Schwartz waa tn lire first. As Wheat Dec., 74. 73. 74; May. he cllmlH--i out or the wagon, he drop-liethe rifle to the ground and startl'd "IDtTS', 77. Dec.. 41, 411, 41: Mav, 4314. tn use it as a support while he dis4314. July. 44. 43. 44. mounted. Suddenly there was a sharp Oats I)te., 34, 344. 34; May, report and Schwartz fell face forward 37. 36; July, 33. 33', i. 33. in the mud and the frightened horses 36. Pork -.- lan.. $16 22, $15.90, 16.22 began to run. Mny, 16.80, $ I6.4:. $16.7714. Pallas sou pullej up the snorting ani- Dec.. 80.2214. $9.0314. $0.22: mals and hurried buck to the woundJan., $0.25, $0.10. $o.2fi: Mav. $9.42. ed boy. He summoned help and $0.2u. $0.12; July. $9.50. $0.32. Scbwartz was rarried to his home a 0.50. short distance away. Pallassnu hastShort ftbs Jan., $8.7214. $6.30; ened away to bide the stolen weapons. $o.72'4: Muv. $0.00. $8,7714. Meanwhile Manager E. J. Kaplan, 8.97; Ann company, had July . $8.10, $8.0214. of the ImiM-riu- l reported lo the police the looting of Cash Quotations. his store. Detectives were assigned Fl. itr Steady. tn iho ense bu'. Just before they left, Spring wheat No. 2. 77c; No. 3. 71 the report rume in that a liny had 2 tfiMc; No. ted. 7ufft 74' ,c. been wounded on the Sou Bruno road. Corn No. 2, 42c; No. 2 vellow, 41c. Shrewdly connecting the two episodes -Oats No. 2. 34c; No. 2 white, they started for Schwartz's home. The oflleers have been able to estab36'jc: No. 3 white, 3"4i 37ic. live No 2. 62c lish I hat the two hoys have been comliurley - Fair to choice malting, flsfr mitting a series of crlttr-- and thu de fi!t (relives believe they are guilty of Flaxseed No. 1. $1.13: No. 1 north- many recent burglaries . $1.20. western. Prime ilmo'hj seed. $(.3u. STANDARD OIL MOVE. ( Inver, contraet grades, $13.7.Y 8 7.7. Short ribs shies, have. $s.2"'i Attacks the Jurisdiction of a Court in Mnsn Mirk. per hhl . 17. Ml. Missouri. irr loo Urn. $'.'.22. Short dear sides, boxed, $! 12$ St. I.ouis. Mo., flee. 27. Th Stand0.27. ard Oil cunipany of New Jersey, and Whisky, lurid nf high wines, odd illier corporation and allied with it a defendants. Shipn-entReceipts and ii the Gi'Vfrnnient'K suit to break up H:e aliiged oil ni:ini-"l. yesterday I: led a lniiiliiii in the United Stat.-- r circuit court, a'tarking the Jurisdiction of tli.it ci urt to lning in non-:jeib-'ibv pmrexx. and petiticnlrij 'he court to vacate the or AMERICAN MARES FOR GERMANY. di-- r ut service issued by Judge Sanborn. Nov. 17. .Vd of tV in the suit Emperor William Is Importing Thom ih'fimhim for Hio Stock Farm. Join in tlie motion except the Wtiters-i'lere01; cniitpiny. which Is a real- New York, Dec. 27. Emperor Wildivlrinn if the rt or tin of Germany la imparting Amerliam .Missouri. ot district its'crn judicial ican mares for hia stock farms. Mabel Produce Exchange. S. Urb - fi'..l tit. ntot'un a l;irv t'. :i g, to 'i; ilr g iv h" counsel fn :i" the pur:-- . . L, a richly bred mare. 8 years old. i is now ' i mu rket it wr. the afli.lavlt of Cha. with a trial record f 2:16 Araerican-Hambur1.1 rii 22 "31c. 2"'i27c T. White. ussMant secretary of the aboard one of the Pgr Easy mark, rnur inclml- - Standard. Aim rerilfbs that all the liners and will be shipped to Germany : 21c. prime fitt. "'liioner of this today. :' l"!i"- Mta. :'r uisirict. -- c Si. .i :,i ' BOMB THROWN IN RUSSIA. Nt-- Riiii'i. r tlis-lirn- -i liqui-rtaMo- y eOY BURGLARS SORRY PLIGHT d 's 2 1-- 2 cart-ildgc- y 2 1-- 3-- d 7814-Cor- -- 43,,43: -- 1 -' t i e ! i Accom-pT.tyir- fn-iiiiic- I g . . . TAXATION 0! INSURANCE COM- PANIES. Vari-- tW 'be 2 The fim.prial mm-m- i mite ha raised the rib' of t'lx.Eifti on Ivifh French and for ion companies front six to 'en rrane per niiliion of assur'd cap. iisl. It is expxried that tbl Increase a yenr lo the nation will a id tei1 of IttMi-Alic- 'll K'ix. c'nver mnl t ii un- uiot'iv, neth'ng Sugar and Coffee. Yfiik, line 27. Sugar . r tL-.- i: fa1" re'.miua 06 'Cij1. ; : 3 Vf ILiw 32: l;i . n.( i.i.-- . : revenue. GEN. HUDSON'S CONDITION. Topeka. K.in I lei. 27 -- The nttend-mptiysici.nis of General J. K Hudson state that In condition Is a trifo improved H'!a Cl.se relatives .i iu. :c is hoi- for his recjverv. Kharkov. Russia, Dec. 27. An unknown traveler dropped a bomb in thu railway station here upon alighting front an Incoming train. Two passenand many were gers were killed wounded by- - the explosion. The stanow' surrounded by soldier. tion is QUEEN IS A PAINTER. Naples. Dec. 27. Under the guidance of S:grtor Casclaaro. the artist, Queen Helena has perfected herself in tN execution of water colors and Pime of her pictures will be pastels. . er.-lo an exhibition at Venice, bnt under an aasumed name, as the queen I,, keep her identity secret. lOlii.