6 HORSING TIIIS EXAMINER: Si, STOCK CTAlI- - OGDEN, M. ' ily, 116.03, 10.55. lavrd May, $9,074- MARKET 9.1 $9 v. $9.u(i. 124. Short ribs Mar, $4.73; July. v974September, $9.U2 4. The WtikNM and ItMaainaM Much Mora Acuta Than Expected. and Gava Signa of Breaking. September, He-"- - . - e'4. . 1 vS24l Cash quotations were as follows: Fiour (Jaiet and bareiv rived jr. Wheat No, 2 pii.:g 79 ft 2: No. 734 24; - 1907. MINING MARKET - JTk. WALL STREET MARKET AS NERVOUS AS LAST WEEK. 20, ovptember, $ia.74. B15.70. $le.7S4; &2'(- l "Pork'-Odl-y MAISTTI WEDNESDAY, trading lighter than it has BEEN FOR 60ME TIME. 3, Xe. 2 red. Xu. 2, 44 4. Nu. 2 yellow, Corn 434. Oats No. 2, 41; No. 2 white, 124 NYw York, March 19. Tolayh nerv-oii- No. 3 white. 4(4ft46. Bye No. 2. 63. stock market regard. d a a Barley Fair tu choice malting. 64ft Datural couaequrnce of the demorail-aatloof last weak, but. aeaknvvs aad in. Flax seed -- No. 1, l.lt: No. 1 North unaaslueM were much more acute than were expected, and gave rise tn Western. $1.23. Timothy seed Prime. 4.50. fear itt tiuiva that the market was Clover Contract grade. $11.73. breaking away from control attain and Short riba Sides, loose. $S.50 clipping bark Into frenzied conditions. There are alwaya aume strongly held $.70. Mess pork, per bbl.. $13 80090. acoounta which are held through a l.ard. per loo lbs $ 9. Jump like that of lam week and preShort clear sidea. boxed. $8,674. ferred In a spirit of assurance that Whiskey, lands of high wines, $1.29. they can he closed out to better adReceipts and Shipment. vantage by waiting for the frlghteued Flour Receipt , 47.7'.n bbls.; belling of weaker holders to be ended. llo.iMHi bbls. The strength of these acciiunta ia imWheat Receipts, 2! 1,11,1 hu.; shippaired. nevertheless, to such an extent that they are subjected to pres- ments, 113. 100 1,11. Corn Receipts, 334,1110 liu.; shipsure by brokers or banka of oiheia concerned in helping to carry them ments, SlS.OuO hu. 536.560 hu.;- - shipto he closed out at the flrat opportun0IMI bu. 349 y ments, of a a tliat yearer-dareaction Such ity. Rye Receipts. J,(nm bu.; following the reduction of the un191,000 bu. covered short account, add to the Harley -- Receipts, 110,000 bu.; shipweaknean of these held over bull accounts aqd to the urgency for dosing ment m, 60.9(H) bu. On the produce exchance today the them out. The selling during the first hour to- butter market was steady. Creamdairies, 2'ifjfI7. day aroused the suspicion that a very eries, 22ff25; Eggs firm at mark, cases Included, large account of thia kind waa being forced to liquidation without regard 134; firsts. 16: prime firsts, I64. Cheese, steady at 1440164. to the ability of the market to absorb the heav y offerings- - The Identity uf the acoonut waa nut disclosed.' but Chicago Produce. rumors became very explIclL of a Chicago, March 1$. Close: Wheat May 7$ 7 35276: July 77 3 $611. threatened embarrassment. Corn May 46 68; July 46 A good deal of anxiety waa expressOats May 41 ed also over the money situation July 37 Pork-M- ay $15.73 12; July $16.87 abroad. It waa somewhat remarkable ft 13.90. that thin anxiety waa fostered by the May $8.83 July $t00. persistent abstention of New York KIIm May $8.72 8.75; July $8.-8- 2 bankers from withdrawing gold from 12. The reomiugly foreign markets. Ren-Clu- b. 88. heavy sacrifices which are being made Harley Cash, 68071. In New York atock market for lack Flax, clover and timothy, no trad-l- a of credit fadltllea which the foreign exchange market Indicate a power to secure ve rise to the vague fear that Sugar and Coffee. something worse than the New York New York, March 19. Sugar Raw, stock market condillona Is feared If demands for gold should be forced steady; fair refining, 3; centrifugal 96 teat 3 molasses cigar 2 . upon foreign markets. Cabled reports were circulated in Refined, steady; crushed 5.40; lw-dere4.80; granulated 4.70. Wall street today that the Bank of COFFEE Steady; No. 7 Rio 1 France waa lending gold to the Hank of England, that ths English bank au- ft ; No. 4 fiantus $ 1$. thorities had requested New York Wool, bankers to refrain from bidding for fit. Louts. Mm, March 19. Wool-Ste- ady; gold in the ijondon market, and that Berlin was liquidating aacurltiea In territory and western medion a largo acale. At the Wanie ums 24028; fine mediums 18922; fine time money and discount ratea were 14(t2 17. essler in London. Money on call here allowed further relaxailon, and the Chicago Cattla. 19. Cattio Re March Chicago. advance to premium of New York exchange at Chicago Indicated the ceipts 4,600; steady. Beeves $1.10 process of remittance from that cen- (jtt.80; rows $1.70(74.90; betters calves $5.0007.25; Stockter to Ihla. Foreign exchange waa weak in spite of the reported troubles ers and feeders $2. 80ft 4.85. Hogs -- Receipts 17,000; strong to 6c of foreign money market a. The easier t tendency extended to the time money higher. Mixed $6.5006.73: llg-i6.80; heavy $6.4006.72 market here, rates for which were pigs $6. 00 'it 6. 65; quolably lower. The operations with rough to$6.40576.65:' rholiv heavy $6. 7006.80. are yielding some good the 14,000; strong. Sheep Receipt again to the baaka. The further liquidation in the mock market la a relief Sheep $4. 00ft 0.25; yearlings $6.00 8. 00. lambs 00ft $6. to the money market also. Another ft7.15; factor In the days uneasiness came Kansas City Cattla. from the tone of the Intimation a glveu Kansas tlly. Mo.. March 19. f title out by prominent capitalists. In their native 11,000; Receipt steady; new accessibility to newspaper resteers $4.5006.35: stockcr an.l feedporters. ers $3.0004.25; These intimations, though conveyed calve$3.7605.26; bulls western fed in vsgue form, ware Interpreted as steers $3. 2507.00; western fed tows 84.OOft6.85; erldenre of rancor among the differ- $:.. on 04.50. ent graiipa of caplialista. Insinua16.000; market 5c tions that the stork market had been higher. porkHeavy $6.6006.62 raided aa a measure of reprisal by ers $6. 55ft 6.62 pigs aud light one group of capitalists haring a $3. 50 ft's. 63 grievance agalnal another found a Sheep Receipts .000; sternly .Mutplace In some uf the quoted utterances tons $3.0006.00; lambs $7.2.'i07.85; published iu Wall slice new chan- isnge wethers $O.OftftG.75; fed ewes nels. $5. 00ft 5.75. The unsettled market continued throughout and the closing was CAREER CFJAKE GHOST although at substantial recoveries from i he lowest levels. Bonds were veak. Tutsi sales, par Balt Lake, March 19. Republican: value, 9I.K42.0IHI. What fools these mortals be Will ( 8. Bonds were unchanged on call. the people of Salt lake ever learn to stop patronizing these foretellers of CLOSING STOCK LIST. the future, who take their ninn.-- and Jiiugh at them? Ahr.ut a year asm the Atchison of Balt Lnke dtseuverei that 1k puipleArnold-Dicksofill Atchison pfd the brothers wei-Thiltiriuirc and Ohio nxi fsiida. and the men ran out of 'own, 171 altll the good citizen continue tc go (Htindlan Pacific t such place and when they discover Chicago anil Alton fill that they hire been defrauded and Chicago and Alton pfd nuide a fool if they get angry. s.iid a ir.o Chicago and Non Western no niber of sn angry crowd w hose creChicago Mini North Western pfd 210 Colorado Southern 27i, dulity led biin to a rude uvvrfkvning Denver and Bin (Ira tide 2k A, i;ii night. Abour 10:20 Monday evening twrn- Denver nml II io (liande pfd .... -- t'i t.-v Erie angry wonn-i- iind men came to the 2HA, II limits Central lolice station and with them drought 112 do-i- i Mrs. R. Raymond, who hair 1ixi I'itiavlIle and Nashville K the stunt" '11 Salt Mexleun Central 21k, for about a week at the MetroMissouri Paelfic "IVx hotel. New Y ors Central ns politan Mrs. Hsyin nl caine to Sail laike Pennsylvania 122, little over ago. She l.el l her loit'-Bending llr.-- l lanighi. At Bock Island 21i, ties meeting tlfiy Mondaywere ini'Piiiig people present 401 Bock Island "f.l cn'h-.-teand !he lift from thent.fihe .133 fit. Paul MonSouthern Piie'flc B'ria rdvrntsi'd another meeting Tor the Metropolitan for day night at 17 Southern Railway w iich it eor reiitx to attend. Almut I'nion Paeitie TUI, t e.f at the meeting people s I'nlon Paeifie pfd lieping they w'.ii'id get a rhu"rc to Vabash in; prak wi'h oi:ie iovod on? who had Wisconsin Central IT7, died. Miscellaneous. Sue began lor meeting w1t,i the P2 Atenlcaniiiteil Copper tlllllM'l set fidloni'd by the cabinet Anierir-iCan and Foundry .... 27, o.nice. Th.ii is- :hc stunt wheer the Anteriean linenninlue lilt, Into a cahinet, tiirnws g'N-American Sulci' Ing and R' fns ..121 u over n ; head, and appears Anteriean Hnieh. and Refnp. jiM.1ii7", is a ghost. Thi ..on; was very poorly B.VNiM.vn Rapid of The ghost ligiited an.l t'ie Culorailu Fuel .uni Iron S3 could ni lie rlis'niguiKhcd. Iniernalioiiiil Paper In her advert i,rg, Mrs. Raymond Na'iiinal lln.-rnthe ivTopb wi:a her name 7,, 7iK Niuion.it 1'H'I Spiritual New Thought Societ j .".Mrs. Paeifie Ma'l "6 D Win7i 11 of Sa- laike. who ie one ot vvti ill" mein 1. era people's Ca-- he New Thouc it oPressed S:e Car thiui!;li tn.il he was a fraud eiy Mi.PiilTin.iii I'.iln-- far i hr- .ip.i wnh a nnm.ier of fifni-t.iu.'i07 01 n. ' friends, weir Tn see her. Suc.ir Wh.-rt.MTs M- K..' nond appesr-- i from !' nnessPi:j oi! mi catcTiei chi . , that slie war Ihc "e l'r.i'eil Stairs Steel "71, tii.ulirr ;i A. Hollenl'erk. She I Vni'eil St.itcjrcr f r some time talked vviMi and if W, stein I ni'-ii nan. d to waih among those present. ( ttl Paellic "5i 'Ihi w.is iicn ihP cxporiire tvh. iitcai N.vrthe: tt j.fd S. ,1. Cook erib'v,i ihe supposed .pir:t 112 -. Ini. Mil rH Mr.A. vVin.ill tore J3 the sheet I I'll .Mi a?1 form show ing those present fr.in i IIS io.! ii was non.than Mri Ilay-i- i M.irkay jif. I Mid. SeviMl I.f :hi men piesent CHICAGO PRODUCE. '.mud t whip right there, lull o liv the weir kepi fioin doing Thev their roncy uiiiets. f icasn. Min-l- Hi The leading u.- iek. which sue gave them. iaitge-- a, f'dlnws: Believe Marset Will Be Stronger When Prices Have Settled to More Bensiole Basis. 1 n ahip-nient- s, Oats-Recei- pts, ahlp-Bieiit- 3-- 1-- J-4- d 8 Salt Lake, March IB. Trading this morning on ;ht local mining sick exchange waa exceptionally light; the forenoon luuis being but 19.058 shares with selling value uf $15,1)62.88. Thei figures do not look well when compared with yesterday foremons totals of 29.u::8 shares, with a selling value uf $32.6i9.17. Just why trading xhould drop off with such a slump is not known. Yes turd ay forenoons trading was lively and gave' promise ul an active week. There seems to he a furling that the markets all over the country aie settling to a more sensible basis. All stocks have climbed until they are c.vutrolling values wnieh only the best of them could back up. Nevada stock have climbed to big figures and now, aided largely by the present conditions in Uoldfiel.1, are coming down to earth again. Dealers, aa a whole, are watching the quiet market with aatlofacUon, believing conditions are to be better and L sa Inflated than beietufore. Uncle 8am waa among the most active local stocka during the regular call ywsterday. The following sales show that thia stock was firm around the 48 figure: GOA at 48c, 500 at 47 600 at 481-and 1.300 at 49. Beck Tunnel went at $1.75. 1.250 shares drawing thia figure. A thousand shares of Black Jack went at 56. followed by the transfer of 200 at a price one cent h'gher. Dromedary Hump got Into the game this morning after a lung alienor, 2U0 sba.wa selling at 42c. Mounclimb In tare tain Lnke made a sales; 100 shares selling for 81 and the second block of 100 shnros drawing 83 cents. These transfers constituted the transactions of the regular board. Dickering consumed much time and the wide breach between bids" and asks" si Je-- t racked tales. Columbus Consolidated opened bual-ne- a on the bpen board, three sale being recorded for this favorite All added. 750 snares wrre transferred, the stork climbing from $3.25 to $5.30, with n drop to $5.20 tn between. The aales In order follow: 5011 at $5.25, 200 at $5.20 and 50 at $5.30. Ingot has hern a heavy seller for the past few A block .comprising (.300 lays. hares sold at 111-during tbe upen board. A second sale of 258 shares cent off tbls price. knocked a Yankee went at 66 tbls morning. This atock Is strong. The dosing quotar tiuns follow; 3 2 f $6.-55- ft y Hogs-Recei- pts i STOCKS. BAN FRANCISCO Interstate Brokerage Company March 19, 1907. tw-e- Ainoiii-Dlckso- w,-n- k 1 11 -t 4 Te.-l- . s mo-'i'i- ! 71 i4 it - ! -- . fr-u- i I -- i : i , -- - i l llarhin. a collision Ma'-eTo-h- iin.t a v the station. killed and is; t . '' l'i. As the result of lnuvnvn a passena-'ai- n fain at T,:us!,. WANT ACS YIELD BIG RESULTS. p i soils were itijurc.1. WANT ACS YIELD BIG RESULTS.