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V . OGDEN, UTAH. TOE MOKXIXG EXAMINER, E CARL "tr PETERSON LVW BIG TOTALS AGAIN SHOW LIVELY DAY ON CHANGE. Union Paoifie Deeps a Little and Lite Diet Out sf Trading. Nevada Hills la Strong Utoha Are in Good Demand Canasa Climbs Two Paints. prevails on GROCERY MEAT east to Hi SoB nt total dew MO a Ml be Cor. 2ffh and Grant Wilin' 288 Ml; in York, Mny and slocks became listless tudny prices were allowed to slip backwards under very moderate selling pressure. Some of the day's news hems wers adduced to espials the receding of prices. Including fresh crop damage reports, but probably the largest factor was the fact that Union Pacific was under pressure. For several days peat tho movement of tho whole market bad been practically confined to the sympathetic course of Union Pacific. When that toek turaod dovitirdf today tba lift soomod to tto out of tho uorteft. Tbero vai oomo ohov ot it roogtb la tho Stocks consooud with tha copper inoludlag Amalgamated pnra gnaoonda end American Smelting. This teemed to bo caueod by a violent upward bound In tho prion of cop. rkeL per wwrruato in the London Tbe rise of them stocks wee of slight Influence la the general Mat The United Slates Stoat Quarterly report was without effect on tho shares of that company, which were sluggish and unusually neglected all day. Tbe earnings of tbs eompeay for too Quarter and the ua 11 lied orders oa band ata its close were acknowledged to show ihe flattering condition of affairs in trade. Tho egooulatlve view of tho acreport, however, is that present of tho completion represents tivity outprojects enured upon before the look became clouded by tbe difficulty of tbe railways Is ensuring capital. It Is held (hat tbe extent of the effect of tho curtailment by railroads on the steel industry meat be looked ter In tho future operations of tho company. Upon tho Issue of tho new bend Issue the old convertibles which sold at 10 la tho morning ran off to below 9. Some minor effect towards depression was esaasd by a rise la tha call money rates. The hardening of call loans ware moderate end was attributed to a number of causes, inthe cluding the May 1st settlements, reopening of a new baak aad somo sulting shifting of loans and tho preparations tor a number of syndicate payments. Ths London stock market was closed, but sterling exchange here was firm. Tbe Interesting feature in the foreign money markets, however, was a decline la tha private discount rate la Parle and a rise in sterling easchaaga at that point marking the at that ing tendency of money affairs capltoL The violent upturn In tba late wheat market decided tbe downward Conn of stocks which left closing of the day. prices t near tbe lowest Total sales, Bonds wore Irregular. ear value, 11.474,000. U. B. bonds were unchanged on cull. New MARKET you MtWRl wall street. SELLING MODERATE S 618 Independent Selecting Wedding Gifts ading nu; tor U n puuiad people. Pardon ton nuggealoe that nr Judgment and experience map be o( iom rid. Present of ma and other Jewelry am always in order, and yon are aaaured of ampin choice when yon bnhofct ttin display at W. L. BUaWELL'S, Mia Jeweler. Tan Pnom North af Wright's. NOTICE TO Horse STOCK LIST. CLOSING good.1 Most Breeders Juat arrived from California, tha hot pacing atalUin, "Happy Hooligan, non rnooid 8:301-2- ; and tha grand atandard brand trotting aUU Hon, Fhckaga. non raeord 1:10, Mma 1:11 Thaaa horaea will ba at pour aanpleo in Ogdon. Bn i Johnson & Dee - THE LIVERYMEN tor further partieuiara at 248 24th Street Garden and Flower Seeds A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE. Fratt'a Poultry Pood and Un ' The famous naimufrie Pralta Stock their country who make mark in the world are brought up on Arbucllet ARIOSA Coffee. Don't let anybody switch you to drinling something else, which may run your stomach and ' nerves I KU-la- r. Ul TLOU R DomMtlo and Imported. High Patent Hay, Grain aad Produce. Prompt dallvary. Part & Produce Phonea. 40 130 64 22 Grand Central Lltrl Bell . U Mammoth Mammoth May Day lard, per 100 8.62. lbs, Short clear sides, boxed, 8.87. Whisky, basis of blah wtnee, menu, ..... ...... ....... 00 14 17 V 05 37 03 134 100 BO .... ...... Peoples Oaa Pressed Bteel Car Pullman Palaca Car Stands rd Oil Sugar ..... ....... Tennessee Fuel and Iron United States Steel do preferred . . Western Union . Northern Pacific Great Northern preferred .... 36 14 74 02 20 02 86 165 .025 125 143 ...... .... 37 ........ . ...... ....... .... . ........ .....a .... 136 25 66 TUG 06 FUTURES. Chicago. Mny 1. Tho leading futures rangad as follows: Wheat May. 80, 78479. July. 18; SeptemDecember, 16. ber. 06. 04. 53a. Il4. 5: 86. 84. 80a; 40. 50: July, 50: September, 50s, 50. 46. 50.47. 45. 46s47: July, 43, 42, 41; September. 36 35, Corn la tha oharaetor of tho tnnafer oervlco wo aupply our patrons. Prompt reliable aad at low coot, ay tlma yon aay we'll bo on your Job and handle It expeditiously and wall. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phono 22 for youra. Tangier, May 1. It la said that the Moorish authorities are keeping secret (he whereabouts of the murderers of Dr. Mauchamps, the French subject who was killed some weeks ago, being afraid to have tba truth as to tho muse of tbe murder known. It la rumored ihat those persona now accused of having committed the deed are not guilty. , shipshipship- - ship-bu- .; shtp- - - ship-ment- a. 17,800 bu. Oa the produce exchange today tbe butter market was steady; creameries, 1835: dsirlas, 1828 Eggs Firm, at mark, case Included, 16; Brats, 16; prime flrste, 16. Cheese Steady at 1416. 20.00 2.60 .... IS Preduee, Wheat Chicago, My 1. Cloea: 60 July 81 IB. My Ooru-M- ay 80 July SO Onto May 48 July 48 Pork-M- ay Slid! July $18.80. Lard May fl .61 July 8.76. Bbort Ribs May 8.82 July 8.. Cklesg 1-- May. 80. 46, 50; By Which Thousands of Dollars Were Squandered and Millions Given .... .... Harrisbarg. Pa., Mar 1. More testimony on the transaction by which a un8. M. William of Pittsburg. successful bidder for the 22,000,000 fixture in the worth of electrical tale capitol, was loaned $10,000 oa an ualndoraed note, last August, will be takes up by the capitol investigation commission this week. Several Pittsburg men have been subpoenaed and will. It la amid, testify that Williams boasted of woere and how bo get this mosey and to whom ba iao furnished other information pertaining to tha contract. Yoaterday. when upon the stand, Williams refused to deny .11 H. B. Caaeril i xmncaater had loaned Mm the 210,680 about the time ha ceased trying to "get square politically- with Senator Penrose for not fereing Jo. M. Houston, architect of the capitol, and John Henderson, general contractor, to give him a portion of tbe electrical fixtures contrast. Cassell is president of the Pennsylvania Coaatructioa company which furnished tha 2,066.0OO worth of metallic furniture for tho capitol, and It la not known whether ha will be coll- d d 18.08 SAN PRANCI8GO STOCKS. Architect A. GRAVER First 22 Phan Nt1 Bank Bldg-Bel- l DENT MOWREY and Celle. Wadali.n.. Ind. 710, Bali 1134. MiK. Piano Over to Grafters. n 1.10 and Instructors fe nt .,,... interstate Brokerage Company 1, 16W. 'May ARE AT FAST Sugar and Csffoe. New York, May 1. Sugar Raw, quiet; fair refining 8 36; centrifugal 86 teat 8.76; molasses sugar 1.02. Refined, quiet; crushed 5.60; powdered 4.60; granulated 4.60. COFFER Steady; No. 7 Rio 6 12 Bldg. F. C. WOODS oa Architects. M A 17 First Bank Bldg. Both Phono Nan 23GB BERTHA M. PAYNE, Toeehor af Plana. Wall. In4. Phans Attorneys ig, MRS. B. E. REDPIELD. Teacher of Piano. Ball phena 541-f- c Studio, 348 Washington Avenue. JOSEPH CHEZ, Attorney and Counselor at Law, 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg, Ogden, Utah. Bath phene. Notary in office. ' R. 8. FARNSWORTH Atterney-at-La- - MRS. MARY L. SHIPP. Teacher of Guitar and Mandolin Residents 804 33d BL ind. Phan 1188 . 814 and 118 Caclas Building, VOLNEY a GUNNELL A vs. Both ' phenes 771. Paper-hange- rs Directory Office 2874 Wash- Atterney-at-La- ington Painter and . John N. Ford and Sen Deaerators and Designers. Bali phene 241 X. Leave orders at Paper-hangar- JOS. MacLAUCHLAN, Auditor and Accountant, Notary and Conveyancer. Office Room 42, First National Bank building. Ini Phans Furniture Bsylo Oa. BsUbliahod 1181. 4701 A A. MULLER A SON, Dealer in Well Paper, Paper Hang-InPainting, Tinting and Ganoral Decorating. Wo are autherttlae on weed finishing. 2582 Wash, ava, opposite Library, ind. Phone. AGEE A MCRACKEN, 8 84 and 89 First National Bank Bldg. Phonea, Ball 808, Ind. SOL Csunaetors-at-Law- , Pianos Contractors and Builders CHAMBERLAIN-TH0MA- FRED HOWARD, Cdntractor and Builder, Phene I17Z. Ben P. . a 8 MUSIC CO, The House of Quality-- Everything known In mualo. 2414 Waah, Ava. S8A Photographers JOHN T. NEWTON Contractor and Builder. O flies at eaidence, 888 27th. Phono 178 ind. Shop rear at Wright A Bans' Cm LUKE CRAW8HAW, Pretographer; Studio Artistic. Wuhlngten A picture Contracting Plumbers 2441 Avenue,' that Ogden, Uak leaks like you. L. WEBER, Photographer, livery variety of photo art work Both phono. 138 Wash, av MEEK. Plumbing and Hasting. Ramevod from tha 21th BL ahsp to 8848 Wash. AvSl Ind. 'phensb A. W. Real Estate Agents Ne. 4 5-- Santo, 7 1. Wool May WERE Steady; territory aad western mediums 22a26; flue medium 18a21; flue 1416. Kansas CRy Cattle. City, May 1. Cattle 6,000; market 10c higher. Native steere t4.75a6.2Q; native rows aud heifers 82.75at.40; Stocker and feeder S3.60s5.20; bulla 831Us4.5il; calve f3.0na6.50; western fed ulcer 3.85a 64.35a5.75; western ted cow Kansas . 3.00(1 : steady. packer 86.3a 0.40; light 80.85a6.45; pigs 5.00a5.-6- 0. Sheep Receipts 7.000; atea.tr. Mut5.36b6.25: lamb tons 87.108.60; range wether $5.507.00; fed ewe 85.00a6.60. SUMMER WANTED BY RELATIVES r 1 06 HOURS. Masonry and Cement Contractors KILLY A NERRICIL Sanaral inauraneat Lean Rental Real Estate Investmente A P. O'NEILL CONSTRUCTION and Builders af Saw are. Cement Walka, Street Paving and Gravel Roofing. 422 25th at N. H. IVES, Live Stock, Ranchos, City Property Homes an easy payments. Waah, Ava. Phena 1888. Johnstown, Pa., May 1. Taken from tha dark reoesxes of a coal mine where they had bean Imprisoned for over 100 hours, the seven man rescued from the Berwind-Whltmine at Fauatwell, are lying In the hospital, physically exhausted and oblivious to nil around them. JOSEPH BALLANTYNE. The men were reached at 10 oclock Dlreeter Og4sn Tabernacle Chafe la at night but were not brought out . Votes Building Specialty. until earl this morning, tbe physi' Bdte 2888 Orchard Avat cians fearing the effects of a reaction from the strain and sudden exposure to tha cuter air. MI88 ALMA BAUER, Upon bring brought out all' tbe men wanted to go to their homes and ware Teacher of Plana. taken to tbe hospital under protest 2308 Adams. Ball Phans Studio, No food was given them at first but 821 K. Ind Phena SOMA. only a stimulant In the form of brandy and water. Soon after arriving at the hospital MR. R. P. HUNTER the men were sound asleep aad no communication Taaehar af Suitor and Mandolin. with them. Correspondents and newspaper pho(Moravian System). Also Plan Studio 2848 Quincy A vs. tographer who swarm about tbe vicinity of tba hospital are turned aside and tha men are not disturbed except at regular Interval a whan the nurses ndmlnliur hot brothers and other valuation question, but continued to nourishment Immediately after these maintain bis reticence. He arid ba bad treatment the men again drop to no objectloa to anything tba President sleep, might make public about tha Inter"We knew the men on the outside view. . were pumping out the water lu an After thrir call at the White House to release u. We kept a care- Messrs. Mellon and Hutted tha ful watch and could note the water go Interstate Comma roeByrnes Commission. Lainf down. There waa nothing we ter Jn the Mr. Mellen went to New could do to help aad wo all chafed York land day Mr. Byrnes to Boston. . under this. We could bear the tapping upoa tbe pipe aad knew It meant for FIRST MAY DAY STRIKE. ua to keep up our courage.'' said Foreman Bolya. "Wa always signaled bark whenever we beard the tapping. All Wan a Sympathetic Strike In Aid sf tectrtelane. the mu had full dinner buckets when they came into the mine Friday mornChicago. May 1. Tbe flrst strike ing but the food in these wee soon end w frit the pang of hun- nabering In May Day ta Chicago was ihe new plant of ger keenly. I don't tMnk the men, af- called yesterday ter the third day. ever expected to the Western Bfertric company, termed see their families ngaia, but tha way at Hawthorne. It was sympathetic la nature. Breaux of a grirvan of tho they kept their spirits was admirable electrician nates against the company, aereral hundred bullditfk RAILROAD MEN RETICENT. chanlc laid down their tools aad walked out under orders from the AsRefust to Talk After Visiting at Whit sociated Building trades. House. It was declared by officiate of tha electricians union that work on the Washington, Mar L President C. big planL which is one of the meat exS. Mellen of the New Haven road aud tensive in the y country, bed been T. E. Byrnes. Brat rioe president of Hopped at nlgbL It was estithe road, (alktd with President Roose- mated that six hundred workmen bnd velt for soma time today. Not a word quit. was ubtalned from them as to why they called or what they talked about MASONS AND CLERGY AT ENMITY with tha President and they said there would be nothing to make public about Orleans, Fraaoa, Mny 1. In cense-queso- e the rielt. of the derision of the manief-pMr. Mellen wa aakad whether then authorities to perantt Free Maaons had bewu a discussion of the railroad to participate In the annuel Jaan ef a 1-- Twenty-fou- WM. A. HICKENLOOPER. Real haute, inauranos and Invest tianu. 108 Ecriaa Building, sue ctaaer to N. H-- Ivam Music Hogs Reeeipte 37.000; steady. Light mixed Il.l6a6.60; heavy 16.406.62 16.200.55; rough heavy S6.20a6.!S; pigs S6.3na8.50; good to choice heavy 16.466.65. Market 18,000. Sheep Rooeipta weak. Calves and western 14.404.-80-; 6.80a7.65; lamb aad yearling weeterns 86.50a5.65. - 1 PRISONERS FOR After the Third Day They Lest Heps and Did Net Expect to Bo Taken Out Alive. a6.1B. 4.75. HELD OVER Chicago Cattle. Chicago. May 1. Cattle Receipts 19.000; shade higher. Beeves $4.20 4.65; cow $1.804.10; heifer 82.60a 6.80; calves 28.60a6. 6; good to prime steers 85. 35m. 50; poor to medium 4. 25a6.80; stockeni and feeders $3.80 Hogs Receipt Heavy S6.80a6.S7 CARL C. RABMUBBON Estate, Leans Rentals and First National Fire Insurance. Bank Bldg. Ind. Phone 47B. Real 6-- WOOL St. Louis, Mo., House Furnishings THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO- - Na. 7300 and 2303 Waah A vasesend hand goods bought and arid. Bath phenes 1144. years ago Joneph Wen-re- l left Ohio, taking hi little daughter Katie, then a child of two years, and Oata-M- ay, came Into the west. In 1891 he was heard from in Salt Lake City, and whether or nut. he is alill there 1 Forte May, 15.62, 15.42, 15.62: uncertain. Hia older daughter, Annie, 15,60. n..w Mr. A. F. R. Richter. 1247 Weat July, 15.62. 16.72. Lard-M- ay, 8.62, 8.50, 8.62; July. Third street. Dayton, Ohio, is now 8.77. 8.65, 5.76; September, 8.80, in good cimitn stance, and would like 8.80. 8.80. to find her slater an.) her father. If Ribs May, 882. 8.47. R.62: either should see this Item, snd write July. 8.72, 8.65, 8.72; September. to Mrs. Richter, there would be a 8.82. 8.75, 8.82. frmd chance of reuniting a family long divided. Caeh Quotation. Also, in 1889 Francis Xavier Lough-raChicago. May 1. Cute quotations a stenographer and typewriter, were as follows: a came into the west from WashingFlour Steady. ton, D. C., and haa not lnce been Wheat N.i. 2 spring. 82aS.i; No. 3. beard from. Hie father, Joseph 7584; No. 2 rel. 79a SO V now principal examiner Longhran Corn No. 2, No. 2 yellow. In the bureau of pensions. Washing-ten- , P. C.. and wants to find his boy. Oats No. 2, 46, 47; No. 3 white. The Republican has been asked to 41s45.No. aid in finding these person. and 2, C5. Rye would be glad to receive any informaBarley Fair to choice malting, 69a tion leading to Abe discovery of either 73. or nil of them. Flax 8eed No. 1, 1.14; No. 1 northwestern. 1.21. "Suffered day and night tbe torment Prime timothy seed. 4.30. of Itching pile. Nothing helped me Clover (Vnfract giade, 15.23. until I used Doan's Ointment. It curShort riba skies, loose. 8.7aH.2 ed me permanently." Hon. .lofau R. Mess pork, per bbl., 15.tta15.75. Garrett. Mayor, Gtrard, Ala. 65a. 4.85 ............ .... 214,800 bu. Rye Receipts, 18.000 menta, none. Barley Receipts, 722,000 Iml; .... Music IN Williams la n former member of tbs state bouse of representatives end, na secretary of tha Pennsylvania State Board of Trade aad tha "Homeless 26," be was In charge of tha campaign for the two-cefare MU which pans-the present legislature and wia signed by Oovernor Stuart. Tha eommlaelon declines in advaaoo of its masting to disclose the names of witnesses. It ia known, however, that John F. Short, editor of tha Clearfield Republioan, n Democratic newspaper, will be called today. Bbort will be asked about the stories that that tha home of former State Treasurer Frank G. Harrte, now on his way to Europe, wu furnished by Bender-soand that hla tew office in fitted up with metallic furniture. Harris was member of tbe board of pubUc grounds and buildings which gave tha Pennsylvania Construction company the metal furniture contract. Ekpsrta employed by tha commie-slihave found that chandeliers, standards aad brackets furnished tha a tat by Baadaraoo'a Pennsylvania B rons compear are under weight. It was discovered that despite the feet that cast Iron rods had been aubstKut-teand that iron rods had also been substituted la tha Interior of the fixtures lu plnoe of solid broase, an called for by tha epedfleutions, tba cast-iro- n did not begin to make np the Btaadard weight for which tho Pennsylvania Brans company got from tba state more tbaa $2,666, . 1.78 ...... ..... .... ...... 1.28. Rsoelpte and Shipments. Flour-Recei- pts, 86,000 bbls.; ments, 54,800 brio. Wheat Receipts, 55,600 bu.; ments, 21,000 bu. Corn Receipts 189,600 bu.; masts, 172,100 bu. menta, 214,900 bu. Oats Receipts, 35,600 bu.; .. Nevada Hills Nrv. Fall-vieSilver King Silver Shield Stray Dog .... Swansea Utah .... .... Unci Sam Victoria Butlar Liberal Star Cons Back Tuuaal Black Jack Cents ry Colo. Mining Ingot . , ., ... little Chief Richmond A Scottish Chi So. Columbus Tetro .... , ,, Viator Uoa 5 abash .... Y suites Mount Lake New York Btaadard Copper Glance New House mma Daria Dally Boston Oons 8.62a Architects MEN INVOLVED THE CAPITOL DEAL. PROMINENT ed. 4.10 ,140 Miscellaneous Stocks. Amalgamated Copper Amer Car and Foundry American Looomotlve mar Smelting and Rtog do preferred Brooklyn Rapid Transit Oriarod Fuel and Iron International Paper National Biscuit National lud ...... CHICAGO .... .... Goa. Mereur Daly Daly Judgo 21 .... ... ,, , , ,,,, Business Directory GRAFT 7HH da preferred 81. Paul Southern Pucille . Southern Railway Union Pacific ..,. de profaned ,,... It abash . Co. 2111 Wash. 119 21 70 110 127 Reading Rock Island do preferred , Barley Cash 7174. Denver and Rio do preferred . Kite Illinois Central Louisville and Nashville Mrsloaa Central Missouri Pactfio New York Central Pennsylvania IdL Met do preferred Mackey Ajax 72 .... Grande Puriflo Mall Remedies. Utah Feed OGDEN 1-- ... W Loon sin Seeds Seeds ... do preferred Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Paoifie .. Chicago aad Northwestern do preferred Colorado Southern fhe from boys 1-- Atchison Salt Lake. May 1. Heavy trading characterised thi awruiug'a seaaioa of the local mining etock exchange. Soma of the leading sweka dropped under constant transferring but all In all a good day was recorded. Carisak started the doings by climblny 1 cent during tbe regular call; 800 Bailing at 55 aad 1.008 Immediately afterward at 56. Another cent was added to the price of thi stork oa the open board, 100 selling at 87. May Day sold at 29 on both calls; two blocks of l.OQO each going at thi price. Uaelo Sam eontinaea to Led other storks la cell-la- g and under rapid unloading went down to 85. The stock opened at 87. but aalec Involving 1,800, 8.400, 108, 1,408 and 400 caued a decline, whtok is eoneidered temporary only. Colorado Mining weat from 1.60 to 83.62. but dropped to its opening pries on the open baud. All together S.TOO shares changed bauds. Nevada Hills eontluuM to climb, going today from 84.38 to 4.42. This Jump was made In two sales of 60 chare each, made on the open board. The forenoua rioting Quotations follow: sod "you bet it's Ye 2 Mr IS THE VICTIM OF & CO MPWM, MAY 2, 190T THURSDAY, EXCURSIOHS Via Colorado Midland Railway. City of Mexico, May 1 to 7. June 7 to 14 aad 17 to July 11. Round trip, 169.15. Long limit. Eastern Excursions May "7 to 3d, June 3, 7. 13. 14. One fare plug 82.00 for long limits. Stop over. Other cheap rate during the summer. Writ U H. Harding, Salt Lake City for parL. H. Harding, General ticulars. Agent. $10 REWARD For the arrest and conviction of aay party or parties dealing tha Ogdei Standard or the Morning Examiner. LAMAR NELSON, Circulator. EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA. Daily, April 25th to May 19th. OgJen to San Francisco aud return (direct 830.00 Ogden to San Francisco and (one way via ltortland) ..$43.50 Ogden to Lo Angeles and return via. Southern Pacific .840.90 Ogden to Lo Angelas aad return via. Salt Lake Route ....831,50 Ogden to Los Angelea and return (one way vU. Portland and San Francisco) $58.40 Ticket gnod to return until July 31, re-du- allowed. and Instructors ' Transfer Companies ALLEN TRANSFER CO, Albero Furniture Vane Allen, Proprietor. and Bterago. Cabs at a moment1 Notice. Office 412 28th at Phene 22. TRANSFER VANS. Plane moving a specialty. 828 'Ll; 28th. Both phenee 281. w. a. malan a imalan MALAN TRANIFER CO. Vane; Drays and Baggage Wagons Our apecialtlo Plano, Furniture and Safe Moving; Bterago. Office, 408 kith at. Baa Blades' Phenes. Garden and Flower Our splendid stock aids yeu to adlact Juat what ywn wanL Coma aad aaa ua. Stock remedies will ba a specialty with na. POULTRY SUPPLIES. T. B. Heller . EL Son HAY AND GRAIN. prao-tlcall- al 2310 Washington Avenue. Both Phenes. Are festival. May 8th. tha clergy iH ah tala from partieipatten la tha mo ales aad will organise a cetebnUeo ot tho cathedral. May 1m m1'