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l- The Salt Lake TmcBTrNTE: Saturday February 27, 1904. 7 I
jlt it Boost Pr,ces
? pgain a Failure.
jMoS HAVE TO GIVE UP.
iSlock Sales Fall Under
J Million Mark,
' c& Losses and 0ther Mat"
; "H World.
; l4 1
llsu4ioBK, Feb. M.-An attempt was
itfEy the rally In prices on stock
yeeterday BtlH further todny.
AUtEl sains ero established, and
iKter lel the demand had
ncar th0 zcro ,,olnt thRL
abandoned tholr efforts to
yifc lis rise.
HIyeVu wmo lncrcaso in selling
mmm. tat this did not havo much no
K Klijng n fact had tho appear
W triers' ventures for a foil nftcr
iyk It demonstrated that prices
W Lwup- Yesterdays rally had
miS tack 10 nout ,tno V;1
tw ' left off on Saturday last.
K measured about the ro
il - X; S&facter New developments
. -i Sef Importance but tho curront
Seated th continuance- of soma
"i ?rorablo features which havo
i Jcarkct under pressuro for some
.. ft Railroad earnings presented
'MO factory showing with tho ex
i t' a few of tho Southwestcrne.
. 1 , Wabash and Hocking Valloy
S- rtd the prevailing downward tcn
''flJ 5 set earnings In their January
ftalM&l of an Injunction in tho
I 5 dtd copper litigation caused a
' 1 S: recovery of the previous loss
.fl pinnated Copper, but afforded
i t? tS to railroad stocks. Tho addl-
r" t losses Involved In tho Roches-
Hl t following so soon after the Baltl-
' ? Lmer. was a distressing Influence.
I $ LTJttocks show losses on tho day
i m' sU point and tho d8ln& was easy.
' a" j tin quite steady but dull anil
' iai. Stock rales, par value, $700,000.
KCNs.im bonds were unchanged on
Il'ORK BOND LIST.
S.,104 Man con g 4s. ..103
ip.105 Mex Cen 4s 64
...106 do 1st inc 13
...10W4 M & St L 4s.... 9S
...132 M K & T 4s... S6L
p. ,132 do 2nds 77
c..l05-i N of Mex c 4s.. 72
ip.l07i N T C g 33... 95
... SJHNJCe 5s...... 12a?;
. . S7 Nor Pac 4s 102.
is. 92i do 5s 70
.. 1!W Nor & W c 4s.. 97
... 92 O S L 4s and p. 90i
...105 Penn c 3s 94
... 65 Rending g 4s...- 93
s..!03 St Li & I M c Es.112
... 74, St L S F fg 4S. 0
,.. 92 St L Sw lfltB.... S3
s.,10S Sea A L 4s 65
8..123V4 So Pac 4s S8
.. (5 So Ry Bs 111
..vSO T Si P lsts. 115
a.. 53 T St L & W 4s. O
... SI Un Pac 4s 1021
.. B5 do conv 4s 94H
... Si V S Steel 2d 5s. 71
... 97 Wabash Ints ... 115
... do deb B
t.,104 "VV & L. B 4s RS;
. 105 Wis Cen 4b 89
... 9SVt C F & I conv 6s 73
XK. CLOSING STOCKS.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
15,700 6Vi C4 Wi
100 SSf, SStt SS4
14.W3 761 74.V4 Jl
i'.VjO liiii ii3-i Ji3
1,(0) SO 29 2??i
it 'iM 15 14 14
3t .... 100 1C3 1R3 162
23,000 133',i 13S 13SV4
100 175 175 173
...... 100 19 19' ID
3CO 15 15 15
100 C3 52 C24
1 4(0 23 22 22-;i
300 155 15C 155
V ... MO 263 272 201
3 19 1S lSi
3) GSVi Coi (T.Vi
27.CX) 2." 22 22ii
, 2.100 C2 Gl?i 61
!.::;:: aM fj
'm 125 iw" 125'
100 IS IS IS
5 103ii ioi 101
.... 700 112 140ri 110-71
900 f3 S4 S3
.. O.) 115 114 114A
'HI'. 'HA Bi 5S?i 5S
8,200 S&i S7 S7
- 200 15 H 14i
....... 100 341 34i
Dt - HS? H4-
.... 2,0 50(5 Soj K;4
" ii 2oU io ik
45,70-) 11211 112
' ; 59
i: m 24
-0 .... C.4W 21 3014 20g
V",i- 001 G0-H CO
OPM. 400 41 40 41
Vjo ' io" MVa
1U0 41 43 43
1.T0O 19 lag 18 it
1.0M 79 7S 7BVi
1 S 2?Jfc 22k 2214
S gg gK
iffi g g g
'IBl01'''' 17 17
1 '-SpG-""' 1W 'W'4 0U
4te?V 31.900 47 48 4C
) -IOlV 21 3i 3.)U
4 'dPl11! Until you or Eome ot your
f" -flj; ' nlsh unto death, and
i;jWTu0rChamberlaln's Colic, Chol
' 0ta Rer"dy. but buy it
Um Drepar0(1 fr an emergoncy.
Afli t. reme"y that can always be
?F0BL Jn the m09t severo and
castSl For 15010 hy a11 drui''"
f SILVER, 4.
f Now York 57040 -f.
San Francltsco 57a;c .
-f London 2Gll-16d -f
-f- Now York exchanso S-I.5054.G0
f Now York exchange 512.5012 75
STOCKS AND BONDS. X
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. -f
TVhcat Actlvo; lower.
Corn Lower. '
f- Oats Active; lower. -f
Provisions Nervous; lower.
-f Cattle Actlvo; strong. -
-f Hogs Steady to strong. 4.
f Sheep Steady. .
Amer Loco 2.SC0 23 ""K i
preferred " 73
Amer S & Ref 10O 4CS 40 4
preferred . K 10 S9
Amer Sugar Ref .. 9.S0O 125-ji 12.VA VSC
Anaconda M Co .... ao t?i gi " CI
Brooklyn R Tran .. 22,900 40 C9il si;
Colo P & Iron 100 30 CU& .to
Con Gas . 2,00) 180 i&ft i&
Corn Products GOO 18 is
preferred ' ,
Distillers' Secur'a . 000 23 23 "3i
Gen Elec S00 1C1 15S' 158'
Internn Paper jiv
Interna Pump , 33
Nat Lead ....
Pac Mail 5 J
People's Gas 600 97 97 97
P Steel Car ....
prefer ml , c$
Pullman Pal Car 20S
Rep Steel ' 7
Rubber Goods 200 19 19 19
Tcnn C & Iron 341
U S Leather 1,000 7 7 7
preferred 200 77 77 77
U S Realty 1(0 7 V,i 7
preferred 900 COH 49 49
U S Rubber ' n
U S Steel 3.KO 10 10 10
proferred 15,100 K 51 55
Westlnghouso Eleo. 100 157 157 155
West Union S7
Nor Socurltles 9
Total sale3 for tho day, 301,000 shares.
Silver and Brafts.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 26 Silver bars,
67c; Mexican dollars, nominal; drafts,
sight, 12c; drafts, telegraph, 15c.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2G.-Today's
statement of the treasury balances In tho
general fund exclusive of the $150.(00,(00
In division, shows available cash bal
ance. $224,321,766; gold, $103,123,934.
Money and Exchange. .
NEW YORK. Feb. 25. Money on call
easy, highest 2 per cent; loweBt 1 per
cent; ruling rate, 1 per cent; last loan. 2
per cent; closing bid. 1 per cent; offered
at 2 per cent.
Time loans, steady; for sixty days, Sty
3 per cent; fdr ninety days, 3Jjd per
cent: for plx months, 34 per cenL
Prime mercantile paper, 455 per cent.
Sterling exchange strong after weak
ness, with actual business in bankers' bills
at J l.S6.45-l.S5.EO for demand and at H.S3.35
-LJS 55 for sixty-day. bills.
Posted rates, W.S1 and ?4.S7.
Commercial bills, ?J.S3i.S3.
Bar silver, 57c.
Mexican dollars. 45c
Bonds Governments, steady railroads,
NEW YORK. Feb. 26. Tin was rather
irregular abroad, spot advancing 23 Cd and
futures declining 2s Cd, both positions
closing nt 123 10s. Locally tin was easy,
closing at ?27.75fi2S 12.
Copper closed unchanged at X57 7s 6d for
spot in London, but advanced Cs for fu
tures, which closed nt 5 17s 6d. Locally
copper was quiet ar.d unchanged. Lake
Is ciuotcd at $12.507P12.75; electrolytic and
casting at n2.3712.G2.
Lead was unchanged at ?4.t03Tl.GO lo
cally and at 11 15s In London.
Spelter advanced slightly In the New
York market, closing at J5.0S0u.15. and
Arm at the advance. Tho London market
also ruled a little firmer, spot advancing
2s 6d to 22.
Iron closed at 51s Ed In Glasgow and at
42s Cd in Mlddlcsboro, Locally Iron was
unchanged. No. 1 foundry Northern Is
quoted at $14.7off15.25 No. 2 foundry
Northern at S14.25trl4.io; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft
Butter, Eggs and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Feb. 26. Butter firm;
fresh creamery, lS'itfc Stato dairy, 11
Eggs unsettled; Western firsts, 21c.
Sugar Raw. firm; fair refining, 2c;
centrifugal. .95 test, 3c; molasses sugar,
2c; refined steady; crushed, J3.15; pow
dered, fl.55; granulated, $4.45.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2C.-Cattle Re
ceipts, 2009; steady to strong; native stcorw.
J3.G06.15; native cows and heifers, S2.001J
3.90: stockers and feeders. $3.0904.25; bulls,
J2.50S3.C0; calves. J3.5O0C.6O; Western
stcors, J.EOg-4.50; Western cows. J2.0O53.50.
Hogs Receipts, 10,00); market strong to
higher; bulk of sales. $5,3035.50; heavy.
?5.-t55.60; packers, $5.S5iu.l5, pigs and
Sheen Receipts, 2000: steady; muttons,
$3.OftG.20: lambs, J5.0Off6.85; range weth
ers, ?4.1&-ff4.40; CWeB, $2.75$j4.S0.
CHICAGO, Feb. 2G. Cattle Receipts,
S0O0; market active and strong. Good to
prime steers, $1. 90S5.75; poor to medium,
f3.EO51.C0; stockora and feeders. $2.50
4.2i); cows, $1.505o.00; holfcrs. I2.00fpl.&0;
cannons, J1.COU2.40. bulls. 12.(f)iM',
calves, JS.EOSf.OO; Texas-fed steers, 51.00
Hogs Receipts today, S3.000; tomorrow,
25,000; market strong to 5c higher. Mixed
and butchers. 55.353.75; good to choice
heavy, $5.7Of?5-80; rough heavy, $S.4056,C5;
light, J5.25ftC.55; bulk of Eales. $5 4066.70.
Sheep Receipts, 8000; market GffjlO cents
higher Lambs strong. Good to choice
wuihers. $4.251. CO; fair to choice mixed,
$3 6054.25; Westerns, $4,2504.75; Inmbs,
$4. 5050. 00; Western lambs. $4.35TM.C5.
Official yesterday: Receipts Cattlo,
7726; hogs. 3S.4S3; sheep. 14,235. Shipments
Cuttle, 6231; hogo C91; sheep, 3500.
ST. JOSEPH, Feb. 26. Cattle Receipts,
rn ctrnnir to 10c hluhcr. Natives. SI. 65
Fr5.35, cows and heifers, $1. 65-1.40; stock
era and feeders, J2.75174-J5.
Hogs Receipts, 7200 ; 5:510c higher;
light. $5.2055.62; medium and heavy,
Sheep Rccolpts, 3100: active, steady to
10c higher. Lambs, $5. SO; ewes, $4,30.
SOUTH OMAHA, Feb. 26. Cattle Re
ceipts 1300; market active and strong.
Native steers, J3.25fl5.00; cows and heif
er?, $2.6053 65; canncrs, $1.752,40; stock
ers and feeders, $2,7i?54.00; calves, $3.00
C.25; bullH, stagH, etc., $2.25-50.63.
Hogs Receipts. 9500; market Cc higher
Heavy, J5.4055.C0; mixed. $5.355.40; light,
J5.2O50.40; pigs, Ji.005'4.75; bulk of salc3,
JS.S&6C.40. , . , 4
Sheep Receipts, 2200; market steady to
strong. Westerns, $4.75$I6.25: wethers.
Jl.OOJftO; owes. $2.2G'3.10; common and
Blockers, $2 75-54.25; lamba $5.0056.10.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO Feb. 26. Crashing down twlco
today, following a break in prices at Liv
erpool, wheat for May delivery went 3c
below last night's final figure. Tho mar
ket closed c above tho low point. July
wheat closed at a not loss or lc;' Mav
corn is down Sflc, oats, c, and provf.
Blons a shade to 27c.
Opening prices wcro very erratic. Ini
tial sales of May were ir.ado at $1.05 to $1.0i.
a decline of t to 2o from ycntorday's
JUMP IN FLOUR
Advance of 20 Cents In All Grades
on Local .Market Wheat SI
Flour has taken another Jump the long
est ulnglo leap yet made, an advance of 20
cents per hundred on all grades having
been recorded yesterday. Tho cause, oZ
course, Is the scarcity and consequent high
price of wheat, the Northern crop having
been short last year and recent manipu
lations on tho Chicago board of trade hav
ing furthor stiffened this market. Wheat
Is now selling at $1 a bushel hero In small
jobbing lots and at 90 ccnln on tho carload
basis, while Hour is $2.30 to $2.00 per hun
dred. Fish wa3 practically cleaned out of tho
local market yesterday, trout and herring
being about all that the wholesale houses
had left for Saturday trade. Eggs took
still another drop. SG.cO u case being the
regular price, with some Bales as low as
$6. There Is a fair demand for live tur
keys, and chickens arc coming In In good
form. A carload of cabbage and cauli
flower waa among yesterday's vegetable
,Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale J .2051 .35
Timothy, per ton." baled 14.00514. 50
Wheat, per bushel 90fr 1.00
Corn, per cwt 1.255. 1.33
Corn, cracked 1.355)1.40
f ,.. 1.455) LW
Rolled oats 1.555 l.CO
Barley, rolled 1.255-1.30
Flour, baiters' No. 1 2 30
Flour, straight grade 2.40
Flour, high patent 2.6O
Graham flour 2.40
Cornmcal t 00
Bran and shorts 1.103 1.20
Dressed beef, per pound ;.$. .03 (5.07
Dressed pork, per pound., .07
Dressed veal, per pound .OS
Dressed mutton, per pound 05 5.07
Dressed lamb, per pound .07
Drc6scd hens, per pound J .16
Dressed turkoys, per pound 23
Ducks, per pound 17
Springs : is
Llc poultry", hens, per pound 14
Llvo spring chickens 15
Clown of Maine lemons, per
California oranges, ner box 2.0052.75
Utah apples, per bushel 1.2351.50
Lemons, per box 3.5054.50
Oregon apples, per box..., 1.50
Figs and dates 5c, Sc, 10c
Winter potatoes, per cwt 5 1.25
Utah onions " 3.00
Utah celery, per dozen SOgi.OO
California sweet potatoes, per
Cabbages, per 100 3.0O53.50
Parsnips, per 100 1.10
Green onions, per doz 355 ,40
Lettuce 403 .60
Butter, per pound $ .21
Cheese, per pound .12
Eggs, per case 7.05 7.G0
Fancy cnccsc, per pound .13
Comb honey, per crate 3.00
Strained honey, per pound.... .J7
Sweitzer cheese, per pound.... .13
Stcelhcnd salmon, per pound J .15
Halibut, per pound .12
Striped bass,, per pound .12
Shad, per pound .10
Mountain trout, per pound 255.30
oles, per pound .09
Flounders, per pound .09
California smelts, per pound .12
Codfish, per pound '. .13
Catfish, per pound..... .12
Perch, per pound .10
Lobsters, per pound ,15
New York oysters (counts), per
Utah carp and mullet .06
(Sea bass .12
closing quotations. July was to 2o
lowed at 96 to 97c. For a time the Belling
was fast and furious. When tho July de
livery touched 95c thoro wcro large buy
ing orders. The crowd took tho fact as a
hint that the firmness of wheat was per
haps no more than a flash In the pan. Tho
demand seemed to be ns urgent as it had
been at any tlate durlnff tho present bull
Exports of wheat and flour for tho week,
according to Bradstreet's wcro equal to
2.091,000 bushels Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 246 cars,
against 54 last week and 304 cars a year
Lower cables caused weakness in corn at
the start. May opened to 5c lower
at 56 to 57c After selling between 50'Q'
56 and 57c, the closo was 6Ga July
closed c lower at 65c. Local rocclpt3
were 245 cars, none of contract grade.
The oats market was a sympathetic one
and largely Influenced by the action of
wheat and corn. The opening on May was
to c lower at 45 to 45c. After rang
ing between 41 and 45, tho close was at
45c. July closed c lower at 42c. Lo.
cal receipts were 131 cars.
Provisions wcro extremely nervous, undor
the leadership of May pork. Thcro was
heavy selling by big Iioubcs early In the
day, with commission houses taking tho
offers. May pork opened with a loss of
7 to 42c at $10.15 to $16,60, but quickly ad
vanced to $1G.C7. Heavy profit-taking on
the bulge caused another setback, and tho
final figures were down 27c at $16.30. May
lard closed 7c lower at JS.05, and ribs
wero oft a shade at $5.02.
Eotlmated receipts for tomorrow
Whoat, 0 cars; corn, 185 cars. oats. 125
cart: hogs, 29,000 head.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
May 1.07 1.07 1.0C- 1.03ft
July, old 9S 99 96 97
July, new 97 93 95 PS
Sept., old 92 93 91 91
Sept., new 91 92 90 90
Corn. No, 2
May 57 C7 r.G 56 ;
July 55 CC 65 66
Oats. No. 2
May 42 46 41 45V
July 42 42 41 42
Sept ..j 35 37 36 S6
May 16.15 16.07 16.10 16.30
July 16.20 10.75 16.20 10.42
May 7.95 S.C0 7.95 8.05
July S.15 8.35 S.15 S.22
May ,. 7.07 S.15 7.97 S.02
July 8.07 8.22 S.07 S.10
Cash quotations wcro as follows. Flour,
firm. No. 2 Hprlng wheat, 9Sc5$L0C; No. 3,
9Ocj$1.03; No. 2 red, $1031.03; No. 3
corn, Mo; No. 2 yellow, 54o. No. 2 oats,
42tf?43c: No. 3 white, 41fr46c. No, 2 rye,
755'76c Oood feeding barley, 41$r43c; fair
to choice malting, 4Si5S8c. No. 1 flaxseed,
SI 12; No, 1 Northwestern, $1.18. Prlmo
timothy seed. $3.07. Mess pork, per
barrel. $16,255-16.50: lard, por 100 pounds.
57,825'7,87, short ribs sides, looso. $7,755'
8,00; Bhort clear sides, boxed, $77'2fl.0O.!
WhLiky, basis of high wlnos, $1.27. Clover,
contract grado, $11.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rccps. Ships.
Flour, barrols 25.S0O 48,600
Wheat, bushels 33,20) 63.400
Corn, bushels 205,000 147,400
Oats, bushels 181.S00 119.C0O
Rye. bushels 7.900 9,200
Barloy, bushcl3 95,300 21,000
On tho produce exchange today the butter
market was steady; creameries, 11526c;
Eggs, steadier, at, mark, cases Included,
21 G 22 c
Cheese, 3teady at 10-511c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26. Wheat
steady; May, $1.47.
Barley Weak; May, $1.07; December,
St. Loul9 "Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 26. Wool-Nominal;
Territory and Western medium, 18519c;
fine medium, 15'17c; lino. 15$jl6c.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-Cotton futures
opened strong; February. $13.00; March,
$13.60; April, $13.95; May, $11. IS; June,
$14.23: July. $14.26; September, $12 40, Oc
DUN & CO'S TRADE
STORY FOR THE WEEK
NEW YORK, Feb. 26. R. G. Dun & Co.'a
weekly review of trade will say tomorrow:
In addition to the interruption by a hol
iday, trado and transportation havo again
suffered becauso of severo weather and
much outdoor work was forced to await
more favorablo conditions; Development
of spring trade la naturally slow, but this
may bo fully mado up as tho season ad
vances. Business proceeds on a conservative ba
sis that promises immunity from the ex
cesses that precipitated the recent set
back. Manufacturing plants are gradually re
storing Idle machinery and thoro is more
disposition to anticipate futuro require
ments. Staple commodities aro still Inflated by
war and manipulations, making it ex
tremely difficult to ascertain the actual
Foreign commerco at Now York for tho
lost week shows a loss of J2.4S9.799 in ex
ports and a decrease of $2,549,672 in im
ports, as compared with tho same week
last year. Finances abroad wero badly
demoralized at tho closo of the last week
and several Important failures havo slnco
occurred, but thero was no reflection in
this country and money continued easy.
Liabilities of commercial failures thus
far roportcd for February aggregated $10,
795.165, of which $2,732,473 wero in manu
facturing. $4,950,235 in trading and $3,773,463
In other commercial lines. Failures this
week numbered 240 In the United 8ta.tes,
against 211 last year, and 22 In Canada,
compared with 2S a year ago.
AGENCY VIEWS IT
NEW YORK, Feb. 26. Special telegrams
from correspondents of tho International
Mercantile Agency throughout tho United
States and Canada mako It clear that
rather more conservatlvo views aro being
taken for prospects of trade throughout
tho country than havo been current here
tofore. Wholesalo trade at Chicago, Buf
falo and St, Louis havo been moro Inter
fered with by delays by rail shipments,
but at many points, notably In the South
west and South, largo volumes of traftlc
There has bcon no lack of moisturo for
winter wheat In tho Southwest. In tho
central belt tho winter-sown grain has ex
perienced hard freezing weathor, but has
been well protected. Slack movement of
wheat eastward has thus far virtually
nullified threatened losses to railways, duo
to ex-Buffalo rate war. In tho Mississippi
valley there havo been no signs of an ear
ly spring In the agricultural regions.
Speculation has depressed quotations for
cotton and advanced wheat prices moro. In
each Instance, than the demand and Bup
ply Influences which are alleged to bo be
There are more orders In sight for steel
rails, Wire Is told far ahead, but tin
plates are being stored. PennByKanla pa
per mills aro profiting by tho shut-downs
plxewhcrc. Farm implement makers aro
NEW YORK, Feb. 26. The following ta
ble, compiled by Brndstreet, shows the
bank clearings at tho principal cities for
the week ended February 25th. with tho
percentage of increase and decrease, as
compared with the corresponding weok
Now York $ S61.S46.542 .... 21.0
Chicago 34967.501 .... 0.1
Boston 102,576,495 .... 8.7
Philadelphia 0,599.423 .... 14.5
St. Louis 45,377.400 12.1 ....
Pittsburg :.S3S.903 .... 34.1
San Francisco 21,929.01-1 .... 7 9
Baltimoro 34,234,135 .... 17 9
Cincinnati 38.430,050 .... 6.1
Kansas City 3S.S22.3I5 S.6 ....
Omaha C.M.291 16 ....
Los Angeles 5,531,615 23.7 ....
Denver 3,B47.BS2 .... 5.2
Seattle 3,167,270 10.5 ....
Portland. Or.. 2.50S.4SO .... 9.3
SALT LAKE CITY .. 2.012.634 .... 3.0
Spokane. Wash.. 1.7S3.4S2 .... 3.3
Tacoma 1.867.2S3 6.9 ....
Helena 475.S43 .... 21.5
Totals, U. S $1,552,930,439 .... 1T2
Outside N. Y C91.0S3.94t .... 4.0
Totals, Canada 42,417,615 3.1 ....
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IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, County of Salt Lake, State of
Utah. Carollno Nellson, plaintiff, vs. Niels
Nlolcon, defendant. Summons.
Tho Stato of Utah to the oald defondant:
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty dayB after tho scrvlcf. of
this summons upon you, if served within
the county In which this action Is brought,
otherwlHu within thirty days aftor service,
and defend tho above entitled action; and
in case of your failure so to do, Judgment
will bo rendered against you according to
tho diimand of tlvo complaint, of which a
copy Is hcrowlth served upon you.
1ARNSWORT1I, LUND & TRUMAN.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address- SOI Tomploton Bldjf., Salt
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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal
placo of business at Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notlco is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors, held on tho 23rd day
of January, 1904. an assessment of one
half () cent per share (being assessment
No. 10) was duly levied on the capital
stock of tho corporation, payable immc
dlafo'y to R. T. Burton, Jr., secretary' of
ta company, at tho office of tho com
pany, roo.-n No. 225 D F. Walker build
ing, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Any 6tock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 1st day of
March, 1904, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for ealo at public auction, and
unless payment Is mailo befcro, will bo
sold on the 2Cth day t March. 1504. to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
' with tho cost of advcrMslng and oxpenso
of nolo. R. T. BURTON. JR..
Room No. 225 D. F. Walkor Building.
Salt 'Lake City, Utah. r2041
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. "Raymond Mining Company.
Notlco is hereby given that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of the Ray
mond Mining company will bo had and
held at tho offtco of said company, No. 54
East Second South street. Salt Lako City,
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 3rd day of
March. 1304, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day. Tho object of such meeting
and tho purposes for which tho same will
bo had and held aro to consider, adopt, ap
prove, ratify and confirm a consolidation of
all tho assets, property and effects of the
Raymond Mining company with the as
sets, property and effects, both real and
personal, of tho Illinois Gold Mining com
pany, a corporation, pursuant to tho pro
visions of section 340 of tho Rovlsed Stat
utes of the State of Utah, such consolida
tion to bo effected and approved upon the
following forms and conditions, to wit:
Tho name of such consolidated company
shall be "The Raymond-Illinois Mining
Company," and shall be organized and in
corporated at Salt Lake City and county.
State of Utah, with a capital stock of
$400,000. divided Into 400.000 shares of tho
faco or par value of ono dollar each; tho
slock of such consolidated company shall
bo allotted and divided as follows, to wit:
160,000 shares of the capital stock thereof
shall bo allotted to said Illinois Gold Min
ing company, or its nominee or nominees,
and 250,000 snares of such capital stock
shall be allotted to tho said Raymond Min
ing company or its nominee or nominees.
Tho directors of said consolidated com
pany shall consist of five persons, two of
whom shall be designated by tho Illinois
Gold Mining company and thrco by tho
3taymond Mining company, to hold office
for tho first year. Tho articles of incor
poration of euch consolidated company
r.hall contain a provision that the capital
stock thereof shall bo assessable and that
assessments thereon may bo lovlcd by tho
board of directors for tho purposo of af
fording a working capital to carry on tho
raining operations of said company; to
pay and dlschargo Its debts and liabilities
and to acquire, purchase and hold any
property, real or personal, which tho
board of directors of said company may
deem advisable, such assessments to bo
lovlcd and collected In tho manner as may
be prescribed by law. Said articles of In
corporation shall contain such other pro
visions as may bo required by law, and
shall delegate to tho boArd of directors of
said company express powor and authori
ty to sell and dispose of any part or por
tion of tho real or personal property of
sold company without securing tho au
thority of tho stockholders so to do, or
without any ratification of tho stock
holders, provided, however, that tho mem
bers of tho board of directors voting for
any such sale or dlspoaltlon shall in tholr
own right own and control or beneficially
represent at least a majority of the out
standing capital stock of Buch consoli
dated corporation. The articles of Incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall also contuln a provision that the pri
vate property of the stockholders shall
not bo liable for tho dobts or obligations
of the company, and said consolidated
company shall take, receive and hold tho
froperty. assets and effects of each said
Ulnols Gold Mining company and said
Raymond Mining company, discharged of
and from all debts, liens and incum
brances, excopt for current cxponsos ac
cruing from and after tho 13th day of Feb
ruary, 1904. which said consolidated com
pany shall a8oumo and agree to pay.
This notice Is given and meeting above
provided for called by the president of
tho said Raymond Mining company, pur
suant to an order of tho board of direc
tors of said company, and at the request
of tho ownors and holders of moro than
two-thirds of tho outstanding capital
stock of said Raymond Mining company.
B JOHN C SULLIVAN,
President Raymond Mining Companv.
Dated February' 13, 1904. LH2
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJax Mlnlnp company. Offlco and prin
cipal place of business, Salt Lake Uty,
Utah. Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of tho
AJax Mining company, hold on tho 20th
day of Fobruary, 1904, an aasossmont of
Jlvo (G) cents per share waa lovled upon
the capital stock of tho corporation. Is
sued and outstanding, payable Immedi
ately to tho secretary at hie office, room
S06 Dooly block. Salt Lake City. Utah. Any
stook upon which this asBessmont may
remain unpnld on Tuesday, tho 22nd day
of March. 1904, will be dollnqucnt and ad
vortlsed for Bale at public auction, and
unless payment is mado before, will be
sold on Wednesday, tho 13th day of April,
1904, at U o'clock a. m.. at the secretary's
office, to pay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together with the costs of adver
tising and expense of Bale.
By order of tho board of directors.
J. M. BURT, Secrotary.
S06 Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
Blgners for further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
pato Division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Honry W. Beckstcad, deceased.
Tho petition of Mary A. Beckstcad pray
ing for tho lssuanco to herself of letters
of administration In the cstato of Henry
W. Beokstead, deceased, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of March,
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m . at the
county courthouse, in the courtroom of
caid court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness the clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1504.
i30 JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Stewart & Stewart, Attorneys for Pctl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah.-In the matter of the es
? nnu" guardianship of Edward Warren
Llllo and Helen Mar Ellis, minors. No
tice, The petition for approval and settlement
of the annual account of the guardian of
tho persons and estates of Edward War
ren Ellis and Helen Mar Ellis, minors,
has been sot for hearing on Friday, tho
4th day of March, A. D. 3904. at 10 o'clock
a ro., at the county courthouso. In tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of oald court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this ISth day of
February, A. D. 1901.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
eBtato of Catherine D. Forsythe, de
Tho petition of Louis IL Farsworth, ad
ministrator of tho estate of Catherlno D.
Forsythe, deceased, for confirmation of
the sale of tho foilowing described real
estate of said decedent, to wit: Commenc
ing two and three-quarter (2) rods weat
from the southeast corner of lot two (2) in
block nlncty-oeven (97), plat "A," Salt
Lako City survey, and thence west tvo
and a quarter (2) rod9; thenco north ten
(10) rods; thenco east two and a quartor
(2) rods; and thence south ten (10) rods
to tho place of beginning, situate In Salt
Lako City. Salt Lako county, Utah; for
the aum of $1930.(0; as appears from the
return of sale, filed In this court, has been
set for hearing on Friday, tho 4th day of
March. A. D. 1004, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, In tho courtroom of
said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the aeal thoreof affixed, this 20th day of
February, A. D. 1904.
(ScaL) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B.Davles, Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney. ol556
IN THE "DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of the cs
tato of Mury Brown Glllesplo, deceased.
Tho petition of Walter C. Brown, ex
ecutor of tho cstato of Mary Brown Gil
lespie, deceased, praying for an order of
sale of real property of said decedent, and
that all persons Interested appear before
tho eald court to show causo why an or
der should not be granted to sell so much
as shall be necessary of the following-described
real estate of said decedent, to wit:
A portion of lots 4 and 5, in block 50, plat
C, Salt Lako City eurvey. and described
as follows, to wit: Cosimonclng 7 rods
east from tho northwest corner of Bald lot
6: thence east 3 rods; thenco south 20 rods;
thence west 3 rods: thenco north 20 rods
to tho placo of beginning, together with a
small dwelllng-houso situated thereon, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 11th
day of March. A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a,
m at the county courthouse, in tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof afllxed. this 24th day of
February, A. D. 1904.
fSeal JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B, Davies, Deputy Clerk. slSll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Hclcnc W. Hcdellus, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the offlco
of G. H. Backman, 42 Commercial block.
Salt Lake City. Utah, on or before tho
1st day of June. A. D. IDOL
HELEN W. KENDRICK.
Administratrix of the Estate of Helene W.
Dato of first publication, Jan. 30. A. D.
G. H. Backman, Attornoy for Estate.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis
trict Court, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah, Department No. 1 In tho
matter of the cstato of Prlscllla D. Wells,
Tho petition of Frances H. Wells Wil
kinson praying for tho admission to pro
bato of a certain document, purporting
to be the last will and testament of Prls
cllla D. Wells, deceased, and for tho
granting of letters testamentary' to Fran
ces H, Wells Wilkinson, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of March,
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho coun
ty courthouso, In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness the clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed this 26th day of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork.
David B. Davies. Deputy Clerk.
A. L. Hoppaugh, Attorney for Peti
Consult administrator for furthor in
formation. Estate of George J. Woodllng, deceased.
Tho undersigned will sell at private salo
the following land in Salt Lake City, Salt
Lake county, Stato of Utah, more par
ticularly described as lots sixteen (16),
seventeen (17), eighteen (IS) and nineteen
(19), block one (1), amended plat of Lin
den Park subdivision of lot eleven (11).
block twenty-ono (21), flve-acro plat "A,"
Big Field survey, on or after March 9,
3901, and written bids will be received at
the office of Frank H. Clark, rooms 402
and 401 McCornlck block. Salt Lake City.
Utah. Terms of wile cash or one-half
cash and ono-half lime, not to exceed one
year from dato of aalc.
R. D M'DONALD, Administrator.
Dated February 26, 1901. 31933
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Godlva Mining company, principal place
of business room No. 810 Whltlngham
block. West First South street. Salt Lake
Notice is hereby given that at a meot
lng of tho directors of tho Godlva Mi
ning company, held on tho 26th day of
January, 1904, an RsaosBmont of one dollar
per share was levied on the capital stock
of tho corporation, payablo on or be
fore tho 29th day of February. 1004, to J.
E. BerkleS', secretary of tho company, at
room No. 310 In tho Whttlngham block, on
Went First South street, in Bait Lako
City, Utah. Any Btock upon whloh this
asBeesmcnt may remain unpaid on the
1st day of March, 1901. will bo dollnquer.t
and advertized for sale at publlo auotlon.
and, unlosB payment Is mado boforo, will
bo sold on tho 19th day of March, 1904, to
pay tho dollnqucnt assenoment, togothor
with the cost of advrt!nlng and expense
of ealo. J. E. BERKLEY.
Room 810 Whltlngham Block, Went F1r6t
South Stroot, Salt Lako City. Utah. r21W
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
IL S. HANXUHR, ManagA.
Removed to 152 South W, Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP , I
Consult County Clerk or the respective '
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- H
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake coun- . I IH
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho H
estate of Elizabeth Hartcr, deceased.
Tho petition of Sarah Hartor Watt . 1 H
praying for the Iflsuance to herself of let- (
tors of admlntfltratlon In the onfate of !
Elizabeth Hartcr. deceased, has been set J
for Hearing on Friday, tho 4th day of !
March, A. D. 3901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at !
tho county courthouse, In tho courtroom IfH
of said court, in Salt Lake City. Salt
Lake county, Utah. 1
Witness tho clerk of said court with the ,
seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of Feb-
ruary. A. D. 3904. 1
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davids, Deputy Clerk.
Stowart & Stewart, Attorneys for Pe- H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE H
division. In and for Salt Lako county. 1 !
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho cs- "H
late of Mary Helm, deceased. Notice. IfH
Tho petition of Samuel Brlnton. admin
istrator of the estate of Mary Helm, dc-
ceased, praying for the settlement of final H
nccount of said administrator and for tho
distribution of the residue of said estate "1
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 4th day of March, H
A. D. Uvl, at 10 orcicck a. m,, at tho coun
ty courthouse. In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- !
ty. Utah. I
Wltnoss the Clerk of said court, with tho '
seal thoreof affixed, this 19th day of Fob- I
ruary, A. D. 3904. i 11
Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IH
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clork. 1
Stewart &. Stewart, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- I II
bate division, in and for Salt Lake county, . fM
State of Utah. In the matter of the cstato H
and guardianship of Ina Leo, minor. No- I aM
The petition for approval and Bottlcment I
of tho annual account of tho guardian of
tho person and cstato of Ina Lee, minor, . jH
has been set 'for hearing on Friday, the IH
4th day of March, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock fl
a, m., at tho county courthouso. in the IH
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake '
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. ',
Witness tho clerk of said court, with rM
tho seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of ,! IH
February, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES. 1 H
Seal. Clerk. 1 IH
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. sl553 .
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- f
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun- VM
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho tM
cstato of James McGuffle, deceased. No-
The petition of the Utah Sayings and fM
Trust company, the executor of the es- j IH
tate of James McGuffle, deceased, pray- 1 IH
ing for the settlement of final account and IH
for an order of the court construing the IH
will of said deceased and distributing to IH
the persons entitled the reslduo of said
estate, has been set for heating on Friday fM
tho 4th day of March, A. D. 1904, at 10 tiM
o'clock a. m.. at tho county courthouse, In IH
the courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake 1 ,
City, Salt Lako county, Utah. , 1
Witness the clork of eald court, with the ,
seal thereof affixed, this 20th day nt Fob- I
ruary. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES. ,
Seal. Clerk. )
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk. ,
W. R. Hutchinson. Attorney for Petl- FH
tloner. sl557 ' lf
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-
bato Division. In and for Salt Lake coun- ' fM
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho IH
cstato of Andrew Pearson, deceased. IH
Notice. 1 1
Tho petition of Rodney T. Badger, pray- 1 j VM
Ing for tho Issuance to himself of letters j IH
of administration In the estate of Andrew 1 IH
Pearson, deceased,, has been set for hear- ' IH
Ing on Friday, tho 4th day of March, A.
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said IH
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with fM
the seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of IH
February, A. D. 1904. IH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IfH
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Harrington & Sanford, Attorneys for fH
Petitioner. sl555 j JM
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT I '
Court, In and for Salt Lake county. State , IH
of. Utah. Department No. 1. In the mat- , IH
tcr of the cstato of Henry Slegcl. deceased. ' IH
The petition of Joseph H. Slecel praying I jH
for the admission to probato of a certain
document, purporting to be the last will
and testament of Henry Slegcl, deceased,
and for the granting of letters testamen- 1
tary to &trah L. Slegel, Joseph H Slegcl tj
and Harold L. Slegel, has boon set for
hearing on Friday, the 4th day of March, '
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the 1
county courthouse, in tho courtroom nf L
Bald court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako fM
county, Utah. I IH
Witness the Clerk of said court, with IH
the seal thoreof affixed, this 10th day of 1 IH
February'. A. D. 3904.
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B, Davies. Deputy Clork. 1
Henderson, Pierce. Crltchlow & Bar- 1
rctto, Attornoys for Petitioner. sl211 !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake count',
Stato of Utah. In "he matter of the cs- 1
tato of John Waterfall, deceased. Notice. i
Tho petition of Mary Frances Waterfall, S
administratrix of tho flatato of John Wa- . IH
terfall. deceased, praying for an order of y
sale of real property of said decodent, and " yH
that all persons lntorcsted appear beforu 1
tho said court to show oaufle why an or- 1 yH
der should not be granted to sell so much lyH
ns shall bo necessary of the following-dc- 1
scribed real estate of said decedent, to wif yH
Commencing six rods south of the north-
east corner of lot two, block flfty-one, ' lyH
plat C. Salt Lake City survey, and run- i'H
ning thenco south two and ono-half rods
thenco west eight rodB; thenco north two
and ono-half rods; thence cast eight rode H
to the placs of beginning, containing
twenty square rods. Bubjcct to contract of jyH
salo to Margaret Brown. il'H
Also a part of lot seven of block fifty- ) yM
one. as platted In plat C, Salt Lake City j ( yH
survey. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- lyH
ty, Utah, and beginning at a point seven-
teen rods Bouth of tho northeast corner of 1
the said lot and running thenco woat eight j lyH
rods to the cast lino of a four-rod street I lyH
running north and oouth through tho Bald ( yH
block; thonce south along said lino two 1
rods; thenco East eight rods; thonce north I
two rods to tho placo of beginning, con- , yyH
talnlng slxtoen squaro rods of ground. I yH
Also a part of lot seven of block flfty- if yH
one, as platted In plat C, Salt Lako Clt" 'IffffH
survey. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- IffffH
ty Utah, and beginning at a point tour- lyH
teen rods south of tho northeast corner of lyM
the said lot seven and running thence , yyH
wctt eight rods to the east line of a four- ,t yyH
rod" street running north and nouth yyH
through tho Bald block: thenoo south on ) yH
tho said east line of said street three rods, yH
thence running cast eight rods; thence fJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
north threo rods to tho placo of begin-
ning. and containing twenty-four square 1 fffffH
rods of cround, has been sot for hearing 1 IfH
on Friday, the 11th day of March, A. D. J-
3901 at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county K lyH
courthouse. In the courtroom of said court yyH
in Salt Lake City. Salt Lako county. Utah. yH
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with , yH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2ith day of t
February, A. D. 1904. I
rSealJ JOHN JAMES. Cleric ,
Bv David B. Davies. Doputy Clerk. ,
Cannon, Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for yyH
Estate. alsc,3 k
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bate Division. In and for Salt Lake coun- yyH
ty Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the yyH
estate of Agnes Whitworth, deceased. fl
Notice. , r , .L I ffH
Tho potltlon of John Whitworth, pray- J !B
ing for tho Issuance to himself of letters ,
of administration' In tho estate of Agnes j 'yyH
Whitworth, deceased, has been set for lyyfl
hearing on Friday, the 4th day of March, yyH
A. D, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at th yyl
county courthouso, In the courtroom of .
sold court. In Salt Lake' City, Salt Lake I 'yyl
county, Utah. "yyfl
Witness tho Clork of said court, with yH
the seal thereof affixed, this ICth day of yH
February, A. D 1901. , fH
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. '
Bv David B Davies, Doputy Clerk. 'yH
Wilson Si Smith, Attorneys for Petl- 'fyV
tloner, 1210 B