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m MQROTNG, MARCH 2, 1904.' ' 7
II I (TjiTiEALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS ANP BROKERSj
I WALL STREET SHOWING
SOME SIGNS OF LIFE
I Lethargy of Past Two Days Passing
Off and Hope of Recovery
' Is Expressed.
NEW YORK, March 1. The move
ment of today's stock market was
somewhat more consistent than that of
yesterday, in that prices were above
yesterdlay'a level throughout the day,
'hut tho character of the market was
not essentially changed. Trading was
near tho minimum record for the last
fovir years, and! the movement of prices
"was so narrow and sluggish as to be
imperceptible. There were mlnuteo at
a time when the ticker was silent and
The fact that prices moved upwards
had no news to account for it. The
news, in fact, offered various unfa
vorable features. The facts that these
unfavorable news factors failed to de
press prices was tho subtle reason for
the advance. That is to Bay, traders
short of stocks who had been awaiting
a decline on bad news to cover their
contracts, uneasy at the failure to de
cline, coveredl their shorts and lifted
prices. The uncertainty over the out
come of tho Paris settlement seems to
have been a large Influence in a nega
tive way in our market. The progress
of the settlement today andi reports that
arrangements had been- made to patch
up threatened difficulties in connection
with it, relieved the Btock market from
Home of its depression and conduced to
I Sugar was the strongest stock, the
, only news on it being the declaration'
of the regular dividend, about which
there had been no doubt felt, and a rise
in the price of refined) sugar. Other
t wise it was quite Impossible to account
for the movement of the market from
I any news known. The returns of earn
ings for January which appeared dur- .
ing the day included Canadian Pacific
and Southern Pacific, all showing de
clines in net earnings of varying de-
grees compared with last year'9 corre
sponding period. Rock Island and Ca
nadian Pacific showed some heavi
ness early in tho day, but stocks of the
I ( other companies advanced! with the rest
I of tho market. Prices dropped) from the
I best before the closing, after a period
of practical stagnation.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales
P par value, 5005,000. United States bonds
vero unchanged on call.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
, I U S rcf 2s reg...l04 L & N unl -Is.... 9Si
I U S ret 2s coup.105 Manhat c g -Is.. 103
TJ S 2s reg 10G Mex Cent -Is 05
I U S 3s coup 105 1st lnc 13
l I U S n -la reg 132& Minn & St L -4s. 9
I U S n 4s coup. ..13214 MoK&T 43.... &7
VI U S old is rcg...306y. nds wVi
v. U S old 4s coup.107 N R of Mox c 4s 72
1 Atchison gen -is. 99. NYC gen 3a. 87
. I adjustment 4s. 6 N J C gen Cs....120
r 1 Atlantic C Li 4s. 91 Nor Pac is 102
k &. O 4s 100 Nor Pac 3s TO
'v , t O 3s....... 93 N & W con -la.. 97
At (antral of Ga5s.l05 O S L As &. P... 91
Jn i. Inc G&ji, Pa conv 3s.... 91
"mijvQ looa,; Reading gen -is.. 95T
"v?A 3s.... 74 St Li & 1 M c 5sll2,
0 VTJi n is-- 1 St L & S F fg 4s. SOVi
-5"stp e 4s.l05 St L. S'west 1st. 92?i
coh 7s. ...129 Seaboard A L 4s C5
r 'I & I K 4s. OS So Pac 4s S7
col 6s ..t. 77 So Ry Gs 311
f C C C St L g 4s. 97 Tex & P lsta. ..llo
V Chi Term 4s 80 T St L & W 4s.. 02
J Cons Tob 4a 06 Union Pac 4s.... M'4l
Colo & So -is.... S4V5 U S Steel 2d 5s.. 72
D & R G 4s 97 Wabash lsts ....115
Erlo prior 1 4s... 90 WabaBh deb B.. 59i
33rlo gen 4s Sito W & L E 4s 67
F W & D C lst,.104 Wis Cent 4s S9
Hock Val 4s...l05 Colo F conv 5s.. 70
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Sales High Low Close
Atchison 5,700 G3 65 05
do preferred 300 SS SS 83
an pmSiT5.!.".'."."." lisoo iii uo life
Chesapeake &"6'.'.'.'.'. 'S00 30 29 20
Chicago &. Alton.... -100 30 35?i 30
do preferred 7C0 SI SI Sl
IISiBi ohiiVst 7,760 i3o lssrL i
IPLlH-YijH do preferred 1G2
$ltfMP i Col Term & Trans.. 100 9 9 9
1p!Jiu4m do preferred 10) 19i 19 19
nllu'WA i C C C & St L 100 74 74 70
r;iUlh;fl Colo Southern 300 15 15 15
fWmtfm'P, do 1st pfd 10) 54 54 54
do 2nd pfd ICO 23 23 23
fmWr'W $ Del & Hudson COO 155 154 151
$ L L & W , 100 52 262 260
-lifll'iB 5 D & R G 200 1SS 1S 1S
i'qplty-vM : do preferred 05-1
?:i jm&.Kti nk Erio t.coo 23 22 23
$ A do 1st pfd 1,500 02 Cl 61
Kf i if'iWTftM do 2nd pfd 1,300 39 3S 39
th MTd Hocking Valley 72
'.li'HHn do preferred 7S
''IWjWSBWl Illinois Central 3W 127 120-i 12C--!
'iuiuB&ml & Jowa Central IS
ili'llffffllHM fl y do preferred ...V .. .... 33
jaVlM 'f& C Southern 10
UStSl'Hr ''J do preferred 31
RKflftfi 'H i L & N 102 101 101
StfflJ ''M til Manhattan L 700 112 141 143
.ilBeOWi H Mot Scourlties SI-
.KS1' Ja Met St Ry SCO 115 115 114
VvBShMv M TiUnn & St Louis 53
tlSRffcB' M 21 St P & S Sto M.. 100 59 59 69
'teflfffffin 3 do preferred 117
3 Mo Pacific 3,300 SS S7 SS
ifflrW M K z T 100 15 151 15
l8iJvi ll do preferred 35ri
immim M n of mox pfd 200 35 as 25
iMWffim, W Now York Central.. 300 115 114 114
Hff m Norfolk & W m 50 55 6
SwS S do preferred So
WBSBm -m Ont & Western 1.000 20 20 20
RvHf Pennsylvania S0.200 113 113 113
iK ltv"lfi P C C & St L 55
B' Reading l.fiOO VA 40 40
1 "11 do 1st pfd 200 70 7G 70
f do 2nd pfd 56
J he-' Rock Island 4,100 20 20 20
iBll t tyd do preferred -100 G2 61 00
l iSm St L & S F 2d pfd,.. 100 41 41 41
BtT W St Louis Sw 13
M do preferred 100 20 30 00
Hrcft So Pacific 4,100 43 43 -13
HiN -M So Railway S00 19 18 1S
.77V, ' M do preferred 79
l Texas & Pacific 100 22 22 22
RPU T St L & W 100 24 24 24
Ml 11 Ado preferred 200 23 34 3-1
fBujJ ''I Union Pacific 7,90-3 74 73 74
V'rMTM do preferred 100 S0 8C 80
mStfll dfprcferred 'COO 33 33 33
fffi Vhccllns & L E 14$
SIIhB pronfcrrrcd l'.SOO ioi-i 39" 40'
MftL lM A?XPrCB3 CorapanlCS -k0
1 ' WIFo3 ""'"'
h 'tiM ! Amal Copper 13,100 47 -10 47
I -i Am Car & Fdry 400 19 19i 19
ljBj ' a ttcrroli 6?. i
ff'v v "def rcforrc 31 3l'
llli ft "' P'f 12 00 1 T$i' 12'
IHl i Anacondar M Co...,. J. ..t C4
K fl Cc'p1: "'oo lf- 19i 19l
flUUjH 'Tlcfcrred j'j"'
4. SILVER. , .
Now York 57c -f-
4- San Francisco 67c -f
4- London 26 3-16d -f
-f New York exchange 1.604.65
4- Now York exchange $12,2o12.50
-j- STOCKS AND BONDS.
-f Dull, irregular.
-f GRAIN" AND PROVISIONS. 4"
4- Wheat Active, lower. 4-4-
Corn Lower. 4-4-
Oats Lower. 4
4 Provisions Irregular, lower. 4--f
4- Cattle Strong to steady. 4-4-
Hogs Steady, lowcr 4-4-
Sheep Steady. 4-4------(-4-4-4-4--t-4--H,4-4--4-4-
Gen Electric 159
lnt Paper 200 12 12 12
do preferred 01
lnt Pump .... 33
do preferred 71
National Lead ...... 40) 11 14 14
North American .... ICO SI SI SI
Pacific Mall 2.200 20 25 20
People's Gas 1.200 9S 97 93
Pressed Steel Car... 200 2S 2S 23
do preferred 6S
Pullman Pal Car 209
Republic Steel 7
do preferred 42
Rubber Goods 100 19 19 19
do preferred 78
Tenn Coal & Iron 35
U S Leather 400 7 G 6
do preferred 100 77 77 77
U S Realty 500 7 7 7
do preferred 39
U S Rubber C0Q 12 11 11
do preferred 300 1S 47 4S
U S Steel 3,400 11 10 10
do preferred 15,500 50 n5vfe 56
Westlnghouse Elec. 3C0 159 16S 156
Western Union S7
Northern Sec 67
Total cales for the day. 174,100 shares. .
Silver and Drafts.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 1. Silver
bars. 57c; Mexican dollars, nominal;
drafts, sight, ID; drafts, telegraph, 17.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, March 1. Money on call
easy at 12 per cent; closing bid at 1
per cent: offered nt 1 per cent.
Time loans easier; sixty days, 3 per
cent; ninety days, 3 per cent; six
months, -14 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4IG per cent.
Sterling exchange lirm; closing weak,
with actual business In bankers' bills at
SLS6.5554.S6.60 for demand and at S4.S3.70??
4.S3.S0 for sixty days.
Posted rates. $4.SlfT4.S4 and 54.S7Ij-l.S7.
Commercial bills, M.S3.
Bar silver. 67c.
Mexican dollars. 45vic.
Bonds Governments, tstoady; railroads,
NEW YORK. March 1. Tin declined on
the spot position In London, closing 2s Od
lower at 123 7s 6d. while futures were un
changed at 123 las. Locally tin wa.i a
shade steadier, with spot closing at 52S.C0
Copper was steady In London, with spot
unchanged at 50 12s 6d and futures 5s
higher at 5 512s Cd. Locally copper was
quiet, with lake, electrolytic and casting
all quoted at $12.25 12. 50.
Lead was higher both here and In Lon
don. Tho local market advanced to $4.00
4.G5, -while London closed at 11 16s 3d.
Spelter was unchanged at 22 2s 6d In
London and at 55.055.15 In tho local mar
ket Iron closed at 51s 3d In Glasgow and at
42s 4d In Mlddlesboro. Locallv Iron was
unchanged; No. 1 foundry, Northern. Is
quoted at $14.7515.25; No. 2 foundry,
Northern at ll.2SUll.75; No. 1 foundry
Southern, and No. 1 foundrv, Southern,
soft, at SlZ.Zo'SM.lo.
WASHINGTON, March 1. Todav's
statement of tho treasury balances In the
goneral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000
gold rcscrvo In the division of redemp
tion, shows: Available cash balance. $223.
06S.503; gold, 5101.937.91S
KANSAS CITY, March 1. Cattle Re
ceipts 11.000; market strong; native steers.
$3.755.25; native cows and heifers. $2.00IQ
4.25; stockcrs and feeders. 53 0054.25; bulls,
5-2.EOge.75; calves, 53.00g6.00; Western
steers, 53.404.60; Western cows, 52.00fl
Hogs Receipts, 14.000; steady to 5c low
er; bulk of sales. 55.100.40; heavy, 55.35
6.40; packers. 55.2Ofi5.40; pigs and light,
Sheep Receipts, 5000; steady; muttons,
54.00g5.10; lambs, 55.0050 75; range weth
ers, 54.2534.00; ewes, S2.75Q"4.25.
OMAHA, March 1. Cattle-Receipts.
3500; market steady; natlvo steers, 53.25gi
5.00; cows and heifers, 52.007(3,75; canncra,
51.75.50; stockers and feeders, 52.75fi4.00;
calves, 53.00Q5.25; bulls, stags, etc., 52.20ft
Hogs Receipts, 500; market steady;
heavy, S3.20Su.30; mixed, 55.105.20; light,
5490S'3.15: pigs. 53.75M.76; bulk of sales.
Shoei Receipts. 10,000; market steady;
Westerns. S4.G03$,15; wethers, S4.00ii4.50;
owes, 53.25tff4.10; common and stockcrs. I
52.75y4.75; lambs, 53.050.00.
ST. JOSEPH, March 1. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2G00; 15625c higher than Thursday;
natlvo steers, $3.7520,10; cows and heifers,
52.003ri.CO; stockers and feeders, $3.00?? 1.25.
Hogs Receipts, 8200; 5iT10o lower; light,
54.95(50.30: medium and heavy, 55.20fj5,40.
Sheep Receipts. C700; lambs and vcar
llngs steady to 10c higher; steep steady to
10c lower: Jambs, 55.70; wethers. $1X0;
CHICAGO, March 1. Cattle Receipts,
3000; market steady; good to prime steers.
SS.OO'goo, poor to medium. 53.00fj4.75:
stockors and feeders. $250(g'l.l0; cows. 51.60
(04.00; heifers. $2.00ft4.50; canners. S1.50n
2.40; bulls, 52.004.00; calve3, $3.50 50.70;
Texas fed steers, 54.00(51.75.
Hogs Receipts today, 18,000; tomorrow.
33,000; market strong to Cc hlghor; mixed
and butchers. 55 2050.62; good to choice
heavy, 50.&OS5.70: rough heavy. 55.2Gfi6.45;
Hffht. 51.9050.25; bull: of sales. 55.25f?o.25.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market steadv;
lambs steady, mostly 10c hlghor: good to
choice wethers. $4,2&04.7o; fair to choice
mixed, 53.5054.25; Western sheep. 52.505
5.25; native lambs, $4.5004.75; Western
Official yesterday: Receipts Cattle. 21,
175; hoga. 5S.920; sheep, 40.4553. Shipments
Cattle,. 4S75; hogs, 9733; sheep, 4952.
GRAIN AND STOCK
OMAHA, Neb.. March L Twenty States
woro represented by 250 delegates to tho
National Co-operative Grain-Growers and
Stock-Raisers' aesoclatlon when that body
convened hero today.
IL N. Galnc3 of Topeka v,'a3 made
chairman and Robert Llndbloom of Chl
. Tho executive commlttco presented tho
proposed now constitution. It provides
that tho namo of the association shall bo
changed to tho Farmers' National Ex
Its object shall bo to "buy, sell and deal
In grain, llvo stock and all klnd3 of pro
duce on commission and otherwise, and
for that purpeso build an-i equip eleva
tors, warehouses, cold etorngo planls,
stockyards, and whatever shall bo nuces-
FRESH EGOS FALL
Utah Hens Get Busy With, tlio Ap
proach of Spring and Give
Ediof to Housewives.
Fresh eggs, which havo been steadily de
clining In 'price for tho past few days,
reached the lowest mark yesterday, when
they were aold at $3.23 a caso In some In
stances, although the price which ruled
generally was $5.50. Fish was In demand
after tho famlno which has prevailed for
a time, but dealers anticipate no further
shortage, as shipments are coming In reg
ularly both from California and Washing
ton. A carload of fine oranges was re
ceived on the local market yesterday, and
are now to bo had at from $1.75 to $2.50
Hay, Grain, and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale $ .305 .35
Timothy, per ton, baled 14. 00514. 50
Wheat, per bushel 905' 1.00
Corn, per cwt 1.305 1.35
Corn, cracked 1.355' 1.40
Oats -. 1.4.VT0 1.50
Rolled oats 1.551.60
Barley, rolled 1.25 1.30
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2.30
Flour, straight grade 2.40
Flour, hlffh patent 2.00
Graham flour 2.40
Cornmcal 1.80 2.00
Bran and shorts 1.10g; 1,20
Dressed beef, per pound $ .00 (u.07
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed veal, per pound .OS
Dressed mutton, per pound 00 .07
Dressed lamb, per pound .07
Dressed hens, per pound $ .10
Dressed turkeys, per pound 23
Ducks, per pound 17
Llvo poultry, hens, per pound 11
Live spring chickens 15 ,
Clown of Maine lemons, per
California oranges, per box 1.752.50
Utah apples, per bushel 1. 2551. 50
Lemons, per box 3.5054.50
Oregon apples, per box... 1.50
Figs and dates 5c, Sc, 10c
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.25
Utah onions , 3.00
Utah celery, per dozen. 8051.00
California sweet potatoes, per
pound ; 03(5.01
Cabbages, per 100 ,. 3.0053.50
Parsnips, per 1C0.... 3.10 "
Beets- ; 1.00
Green onions, per doz .3551 .40
Lettuce 4051 .60
Butter, per pound , .21
Cheese, per pound ,12
Eggs, per case 5,50
Fancy cheese, per pound ,13
Comb honey, per crate S.00 "
Strained honey, per pound .07
Sweltzir cheese, per pound .18
Sleelhead salmon, per pound..,. $ .15
Halibut, pur pound .12
Striped bass, per pound .12
Shad, per pound .10
Mountain trout, per pound 2551.SO
Soles, per pound .09
Flounders, per pound .00
California smclta, per pound .12
Codfish, per pound .1?,
Catfish, per pound .12
Perch, per pound .10
lobsters, per pound .15
' New York oysters (counts), per
ICO i... !.co
Utah carp and mullet... .00
Sea bas3 12
sary for tho carrying on of the business
of (he company."
The capital stock is placed at J."J).000.000,
with 5.COO.00O shares of $10 each. The com
pany shall bo governed by nine directors,
who shall have power to absorb other
Stale and local exchanges aro pro
BOSTON, March 1. Prices aro firm In
tho wool market and tho market as a
whole only moderately active. The de
mand la for medium and low wools, with
a fair demand for fine grades. Territory
wools tend to bo active Pulled and for
eign wools aro both firm and steady.
Territory quotations arc: Idaho, fine. 155
10c; heavy. 13514c; flno medium, 1516c;
medium, 16517c; low medium, 17glSc
Wyoming, fine, 10516c; heavy line, ISwiie;
flno medium, 165'17c, medium, 1819c;
low medium, 19520c. Utah nnd Nevada,
fine. 15i516c; heavy line, 13511c; flno me
dium, 3U'3fl7c; medium, 18!g'19c: low me
dium. 19g20c Montana, ne, choice, 39
20o; line medium, cholco, 19520c; average,
185Hc; staple, lOQOc; medium, choice.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. March 1, Throughout tho
Gesslon the sentiment In tho wheat pit
was extremely bearish and there was con
stant general liquidation. Lower prices
In all foreign grain markets caused a
weak opening. May begnn 5lc lower at
$1.0054.00 and July down &o to 1
lc nt 935(93c.
Unmistakable evidence was Riven at tho
start that genoral sentiment had for tho
tlmo being completely changed from tho
recent remarkable bullishness. Long
vhcat bought under tho belief that the
war would be Euro to spread vaa for oalo
In large quantities. Thcro was also an
enlarged movement of wheat toward
Western accumulating centers that did
much to throw doubt on tho reported
nmal!nc3s of the farmors' reserves. On
this view of tho situation all of the largo
TTO ACCIDENTS I2T ITATUBE.
Every Calamity, No Matter How
Great, Has a Definite Boglnning.
Thoro aro no acoldents in nature.
The avalanoho that without a moment's
warning rushes headlong, down tho moun
tain sldo la not an accldont.
For years previous tiny atoms havo
bcon crystallzlng, and adding their ral
nuto weight to tho maus which loft lt.
0.130 whon tho accumulation reaohed a
Neither Is baldncHs an accident. The In
flnltCHlmallv small sorra which Is tho
causo of Dandruff and Baldness, feeds
ellently and long boforo the result is noon.
TJ10 small germa which thrive on the
scalp and whloh aro tho causo ot Bald
ness and Dandruff cannot exist, howjver
when Isewbro's Ilerplcldo la applied.
Sold by leading drugKistj. Sond lOo la
commission houses had wheat for salo
and tho Northwest was also a liberal
Very Httlo support was offered until
May had declined to 99c and July to 92c.
A scattered demand from shorts nnd
buying of July by tho instigators of tho
discarded May deal caused somo recov
ery, May rallying to 93o and July to
93c. A decrease of nearly 3,000.000 bush
els In tho world's visible stocks had a
stcad3'lng lnllucnce for a time. During
the last half hour of trading, however,
heavy selling again set In and tho market
became violent. May dropped to 96c,
a decline of 4c from tho high point for the
day. July fell 2c to 91c A slight re
covery followed on buying by shorts, but'
tho close was weak, with May at 97-ic.
July closed at 9l7ic.
Corn declined with wheat, tho raarkot
bolng without support. May closed with
a loss of 2c and July was lQ2c lowor at
Thero was a sevcro break In oats. May
closed 2&'52c 'lower at 42c and July 2c
lower at 39c
Liquidation In hog products was on a
scale similar to that In the grain markets.
Prices In all lists showed sharp losses.
May pork, however, was especially weak
and declined 87c for tho day. Tho weak
ness In grains and tho lower prlcos for
hogs at tho yards wero tho bear factors.
Tho close was practically at tho bottom.
May pork was S7c lower, lard and ribs
each 42c lower.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat, No. 2
Articles. Open. High. Low. Cloco.
May 1.00 1.00 90 97?i
July, old 91 9151 92 92
July, now 93 93a. 91 91
Sept., .old S3 SS SO1 80
Corn, No. 2
May 56 56 5-1 C4
July G4 &1 63 53
Sept 53 53i 62' 52
Oats, No. 2
May 44 44 41 42
July 41 41 39 39
Sepc 35 35 31 34?i
Mess Pork, per bbl.
May 15.25 15.40 34.50 14.50
July 15.35 15.12 11.10 11.60
Lard, per 100 pounds
May 7.75 7. SO 7.40 7.50
July 7.92 7.93 7.55 7.53
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds
May 7.77 7. SO 7.40 7.40
July 7.82 7.S7 7.50 7.50
. CASH QUOTATIONS.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
nomlnol; No. 2 spring wheat. 9453.1CO; No.
3. 92&93c; No. 2 red. 930$1.02; No. 2 corn,
51 c; No. 2 yellow, 52c; No. 2 oats, 395
40c; No. 3 white, 41ft lie; No. 2 rye, 73c;
good feeding barley, 39541c; falr'to cholco
malting, 47CySSc; No. 1 flaxseed, $1.01; No.
1 Northwestern, $1.16; mess pork, per
barrel. $14. 50511. 75; lard, per 100 pounds.
$7.25-57.37; short ribs sides, loose. $7.1&5
7.37; short clear sides, boxed, $7.7&57.S7;
whisky, basis of high wines, $1.27; clovef.
contract grade, $11.50.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrels 25.000 47,900
Wluat, bushels 43,000 60.700
Corn, bushels 300,200 39S.000
Oats, bushels ., 259,000 175.200
Rye. bushels 7,700 7.100
Barley, bushels 141,900 29,100
On the produce exchange today tho but
ter market was easier; creameries, 141720c;
dairies, 14522c. Eggs easy, at mark, cases
Included, 17(3 17c. Cheese flroi, 10511c.
Butter, Eg-gs and Sugar.
NEW YORK, March 1. Butter Firm;
fresh creamery, 15526c; Stato dairy, 14
Eggs Steady; Western firsts. 20c.
Sugar Raw, tlnn; fair refining, 2
2 29-32c: centrifugal. .90 test. 3l3-32c;
molasses sugar, 20; refined Is steady;
crushed, 5.15c; powdered, 4.65c; granulated,
Coffee Steady; No. 7 Rio, 611-16c.
St. Louis Wood.
ST. LOUIS, March 3. Wool Steady ;
medium grades, clomblng and clothing. 17
(521c; light line. 15517c; heavy line, 12
13c; tub washed, 2O530c.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK. March 3. The cotton mar
ket opened steady at a decline of 0525
points, duo to liquidation and rooai selling
as a result of disappointing cables and an
Idea that tho market was due to meet a
reaction following the recent advances.
Tho close was steady at a decline of 13
points to an advance of 5 points, tho gains
being on the new crop positions.
$ Dollar I
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! Premium J coffees 1
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wither ? 1
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I SALT IjATTR CITY, TTTAH.
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJax Mining company. Offlco and prin
cipal place of business, Salt Lako City,
Utah. Notion is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of dlroctorti of the
Ajax Mining company, hold on the 20th
day of February, 3901, an assessment of
flvo (5) cents per sharo was levied upon
tho capital Btock of tho corporation, Is
sued and outstanding, payable Immedi
ately to tho secretary at his office, room
300 Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any
stock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on Tuesday, tho 22nd day
of March. 1901, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for salo nt public auction, and
unless payment la made before, will bo
sold on Wednesday, tho 13th day of April,
1904, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the secrotary'a
offlco, to pay the delinquent assessment
thorcon, together with tho costs of adver
tising and exponso of sale.
By order of tha board of dlrcotors.
J. M. BURT, Secretary.
306 Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of tho Stato of
Utuh. county of Salt Lako. Hattlo C.
Marshall, plaintiff, vs. Carl B. Marshall,
defendant. Summons on amended com
plaint. Tho Stato of Utah to tho said de
fendant: You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho service of
thl3 summons upon you, If servod within
the county in which this action is
brought, otherwise, within thirty days
after servlco, and defend tho abovo onti
tled action; and in caso of your failure
ho to do, Judgment will bo rehdorcd
against you Recording to tho demand of
tho complaint, which, within ten days
after sorvlco of this summons upon vou,
will bo filed with tho olcrlc of said co'urt,
GEORGE L. NYE,
P. O. Addrcos. Scott-Strovell Bldg., Salt
Lake City, Utah. r$107
j COMMISSION CO. 1
DEALERS IN 1
! New York Stocks, 1
I Stock? bought and sold on margin j
or for cash.
Continuous quotations direct from
Now York Stock Exchange. j
Wo havo a special department for j
buylnn and selling etocka and bond8 J
for cash, which enables us to give J
bent of rutlafactlon to bankers sw !
well aa individual Investors.
HU C. V. CUMMINGS. Manager. H
a Rooms 211-232 D. F. Walker Block, g
PBOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respective
signers for .further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho mattor of tho
cstato of John Battle, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of P. C. KIttlo. adminis
trator of tho estate of John Battlo, do
ceased, praying for the settlement of final
account of said P. C. Kittle, adminis
trator, and for tho distribution of the
residue of said estate to the persons en
titled, has been set for hearing on Fri
day., tho 11th day of March, A. D. 3904, at
30 o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse.
In tho courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah,
Witness the clork of said court, with tho
scnl thereof affixed, this 29th day of Fob
ruary, A. D. 3994, JOHN JAMES,
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
D. B. Hempstead, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
ectate of Allen G-. Campbell, deceased.
The petition of William B. Stanley, ad
ministrator of tho estato of Allen G.
Campbell, deceased, for confirmation of
tho Balo of tho following described real
estate of said decedent, to wit, an undi
vided one-half intorest of tho "Flora Mi
ning clnlm," situated in Star Mining dis
trict, Beaver county, Utah, for tho sum
of 55000.00, and upon the following terms,
to wit. cash upon confirmation, as appears
from the return of sale, filed In thlfs court,
has been set for hearing on Fiidav, tho
11th day of March, A. D. 1901. at 30 o'clock
a. m., at the county courthouse, In tho
courtroom of said court, In Salt Lako
City. Salt Lako cojnty. Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of Fob
ruary, A. D., 1904. JOHN JAMES.
Ey David B. Dav'es, Deputy Clerk. t7
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Morratz Raphael, deceased. No
tice, The petition of U. G. Miller, praying for
the Issuarco to himself of letters of ad
ministration, with will annexed. In tho
estate of Morratz Raphael, deceased, hau
been set for hearing on Friday, the 33th
day of March, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at the county courthouse, in the
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lako
City Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness tho clerk of snid court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Cannon. Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Raymond Mining: Company.
Notice Is hereby given that a spoclal
meeting of the stockholders of the Ray
mond Mining company will bo had and
held at tho offlco of said company, No. 51
East Second South street, Salt Lako City,
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 23rd day of
March. 1904, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day. Tho object of such meeting
and tho purposes for which tho samo will
be had and held are to consider, adopt, ap
prove, ratify Mid confirm a consolidation of
nil tho assets, property and effects of tho
Raymond Mining company with tho as
sets, property and effects, both real and
personal, of tho Illinois Gold Mining com
pany, a corporation, pursuant to the pro
visions of section 340 of the Rovlsed Stat
utes of tho State of Utah, such consolida
tion to bo effectod and approved upon tho
following terms and conditions, to wit:
The name of such consolidated company
shall bo "Tho Raymond-Illinois Mining
Company," and shall bo organized and In
corporated at Salt Lake City and county,
Stato 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
stock of such consolidated company shall
bo allotted and divided as follows, to wit:
150,000 shares Qi the capital stock thoreof
shall bo allotted to said Illinois Gold Min
ing company, or Its nominee or nominees,
and 250,000 Bhares of such capital stock
shall be allotted to the said Raymond Min
ing company or Its nomlnoo or nominees.
Tho directors of said consolidated com
pany shall consist of flvo persona, two of
whom ohall bo dcslgnatod by tho Illinois
Gold Mining company and thrco by tho
Raymond Mining company, to hold offico
for tho first year. Tho articles of incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall contain a provision that tho capital
stock thoreof shall bo assessablo and that
assessments-thereon may bo lovlcd by tho
board of directors for tho purpose of af
fording a working capital to carry on tho
mining operations of said company; to
pay and discharge lta debts and liabilities
and to acqulro, purchaeo and hold any
property, real or porsonal. which tho
board of directors of Bald company may
deem advlnable, suoh assessments to bo
levied and collected In tho manner ao may
be prescrlbod by law. Said articles of In
corporation shall contain Buoh othor pro
visions as may bo requlrod by law, and
shall dolegato to tho bonrd of ulroctors of
said company oxpross powor and authori
ty to soil and dlsposo .of any part or por
tion of tho real or porsonal property of
said company without securing tho au
thority of tho stockholders so to do, or
without any ratification ot tho stock
holders, provided, however, that the mom
bcrs of tho board of directors voting for
any such Balo or disposition shall in tholr
own right own and control or benoficlnlly
ropreacnt at leaof a majority of the out
standing capital Btock of such consoli
dated corporation. Tho articles of incor
poration of such consolidated company
ohall also contain a provision that the pri
vate property of the atockholdorn shall
not bo liable -for tho dobts or obllg.atlonn
of tbo company, and said consolidated
company shall tako. rccelvo and hold tha
?ropcrty. assets and effects of each said
llinols Gold Mining company and Bald
Raymond Mining company, dlnoharged 0f
and from all debts, Hena and incum
brances, except for ourront expenses ac
cruing from and aftor tho 38th day of Feb
ruary, 1904, which said consolidated com
pany shall asaurao and ngrco to pay
This notlco la given and meeting abovo
provldod for called by tho proaldent of
tho said Raymond Mining companv, pUr
Buant to an ordor of tho board of direc
tors of said company, and at tho request
of tho owners and holders of moro than
two-thirds of tho outstanding capital
Btock of said Raymond Mining company.
JOHN C SULLIVANi
President Raymond Mining Company.
Datod February 13. 1904. 31S12
WE HAVE SOLD THE GROCERY
and meat market business at No. SOI W.
2nd South to F. W. Wlllson. who will aa
aumo tho buulncsa from this date. All ac
counto duo tho undor3lgnoU and nil ac
counts owing by them aro to bo settled at
tho abovo number
JENKINS & ASHBY.
Salt Lako City, Utuh, Fob. 20, 3S04. slSSQ
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho rospcctlve
Blgnera for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato Division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the mattor of tho
cstato of Henry W. Beckstead, deceased.
The petition of Mary A. Beckstead pray
ing for the Issuance to herself of letters
of administration In the estate of Henry
W. Beckstead, deceased, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 31lh day of March,
A. D. 3901, at 30 o'clock a. m.. at tho
county courthouso, In tho courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of said couit with tho
seal thereof affixed, this Gth day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stewart & Stewart, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc Division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
entato of Catherine D. Foraythe, do
The petition of Louis H. Farsworth, ad
ministrator of the estato of Catherlno D.
Forsythe, deceased, for confirmation of
tho sale of the following described real
eatato of cald decedent, to wit: Commenc
ing two and three-quarter (2) rods west
from tho southeast corner of lot two (2) In
block nlncty-aevon (97), plat "A," Salt
Lako City survey, and thenco west two
and a quarter (2) rods; thoncc north ton
(10) rods; thenco east two and a quartor
(2Vi) rods; and thenco south ton (10) rod3
to the place of beginning, situate In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lake county, Utah; for
the sum of $3950.00; as appoara from tho
return of sale, filed In this court, has bocn
set for hearing on Friday, the 4th day of
March. A. D. 1901, 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 seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
February. A, D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B.DavIes. Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney. 81556
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRORATE
division, in and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of tha cs
tato of Mary Brown Gillespie, decoased.
The petition of Waltor C. Brown, ex
ecutor of tho estato cf Mary Brown Gil
lespie, deceased, praying for in order of
sale of real property of said decedent, and
that aU poraons Interested appear beforo
tho said court to show cause why an or
der should not be granted to sell so much
ns shall bo necessary of the following-described
real cstato of said dtcecont, to wit:
A portion of lota 4 and 5, In block 50, plat
C, Salt Lake City survey, and described
as follows, to wit: Coaimcnclng 7 roda
cast from tho northwest corner of eald lot
5; thence eaat 3 rods; thenco south M rods;
thenco west 3 rods; thenco north 0 rods
to tho place of beginning, togother with a
Email dwelling-house sltuatod thereon, has
been set for hearing on Friday, the 13th
day of March. A. D. 1S01, at 30 o'clock a.
m., at the county courthouse, In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 24th day of
February, A. D. 3J4H.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clork.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Cleric alSll
IN THE DISTRICT, COURT, PRO
bute division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter ot tho
estato of Damon G. Tunnlcllff, deceased.
Tho petition of George D, Tunnlcllff,
executor of tho cstato of Damon G. Tun
nlclIIT. deceased, for confirmation of tho
salo of tho following described reul cs
tato of said decedent, to wit: A part of
lots thrco (3) and four (4). In block forty
five (45), plat "A." Ogden City survoy, and
described as follows, to wit: Beginning
at a point four and 19-300 (1.39) chains
north of the southwest corner of said
block forty-flvo (45), running thence north
threo (3) rods thenco east nineteen (19)
rods thenco south seven (7) rods thence
west nine (9) rods; thence north four (J)
rods; thence west ten (10) rods to t.ho
placo of beginning, situated in Ogden, We
ber county, Utah, togother with all privi
leges oncb ,appurtonanccs belonging thc-e-to.
for tho sum of $2500.00, and upon the
following terms, to wit: Cash upon con
firmation, as appears from tha return of
sale, filed In this court, has been set for
hearlnpr on Friday, the 18th day of March,
A. D. 3901, at 30 oclock a. m,., as the coun
ty courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clork of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this ist day of
March. A. D. 3901,
rSeal. JOHN JAMES, Cierlc
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk
W. R. Hutchinson, Attornoy for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the mattar of the
estato of Damon G. Tunnlcllff, decoascd.
Tho petition of Gcorgo D. Tunnlcllff,
executor of tho cstato of Damon G. Tun-
nlcllff, deceased, for confirmation of the
salo of tho following descrlbod real es
tate of said decedent, to wit: A part of
lots thrco (3) and four (4). In block throe
(3) . plat "B." Ogden City survey, begin
ning at a point sovon (7) rods and fivo (5)
foot north ot tho southwest cornor of snld
lot thrco (3), running thonco cast nlno, (9)
rods and eight (8) foot; thenco north four
(4) rods; thonco east two (2) rods; thenco
north forty-seven and one-half (47) foot;
thenco west three (3) rods and eight (S)
feet; thenco south fifty-six (55) feet;
thonco west one hundred and thirty-two
(332) foot: thonco eouth flfty-soven and
one-half (5714) feet to the placo of begin
ning, situated In Ogden. Wobor county,
Utah, for tho sum of $3500.00, and upon tho
following terms, to wit: Cash upon con
firmation, as appears from tho roturn of
salo, filed In this court, has bcon sat for
hoai-lng on Friday, the ISth dav of Maroh,
A. D. 3S01. at 10 o'clock a. m at tho coun
ty courthouse, In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thoreof affixed, this 1st day of
March. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clork.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Peti
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis
trict Court. In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah, Dopartmont No. 1 In tho
matter of the ostato of Prloollla D. Wclte,
Tho potltlon of Frances H. Wells Wil
kinson praying for the admission to pro
bato of a certain document, purporting
to bo tho last will and testament of Prlo
ollla D. Wells, deceased, and for tho
granting of lottors testamentary to Fran
ces H. Wolls Wilkinson, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 31th day of March,
A. D. 1S04, at 10 o'clock a. m at the coun
ty courthouoe, In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
witnaBs tho clork of safd court with tho
8oal theroof affixed this 20th day of Feb
ruary. A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork.
David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk,
A. L. Hoppaugh, Attorney for Potl
Connult administrator for furthor in
formation. Estato of Goorgo J. Woodllng, deceased.
Tho undersigned will sell at prlvato salo
tho following land In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Stato of Utah, moro par
ticularly doacribed aa lotB sixteen (16),
seventeen (37), eighteen (3S) and nineteen
(19), block one (1). amended plat of Lin
den Park subdivision of lot cloven (31),
block twonty-ono (21), flve-acro plat "A,
Big Field survoy, on or after March 9,
1504. and written bids will bo reclilvod at
tho offlco of Frank H. Clark, rooms 402
and 404 McComlck block, Salt Luke City,
Utah. Terms of salo coah or one-half
cash and one-half tlm. not to exceed ono
year from date of salo
R. D. M'DONALD. Administrator.
Datod February 20, 1904. 03333
PROBATE A2TD GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective I MH
Eisners for further Information. j HH
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT I
court, In and for Salt Lako county, Stat-- fliH
of Utah, Department No. 1. In the mat lH
ter ot the estate of Theodora Brubacl.. IH
deceased. Notice. IIH
The petition of JopsIc McLnno Brubacl:, j tH
praying for the adraisslon to probato oi vH
a certain document, purporting to be the
last will and t03tnmcnt of Theodore Bru- aM
back, deceased, and for tho granting of i,H
letters testamentary to Joslah TJarneti
and John J. Daly and for tha issuance of j-H
letters of guardianship upon the person. t HH
and est-ates of Thcodoro McLone Braback ' fiH
and Jcsslo Elizabeth Bruback, minor chil- flH
dren of said decedent, has been set ft r
lu-arlng on Monday, tho 14lh day o' flH
March, A'. D. 190 1, at 10 o'clock a. m n
the county courthouso, In tho oourtrooM fH
of said court. In Salt Lako Clry, Sni ! jH
Lake county, Utah. f
Witness tho Clerk of said court. wlV' I jH
tho seal thereof affixed. th!3 1st day of r HB
March. A. D. 1901. I
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk ' 1
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Cloxlt. I UB
Dey & Stevens, Attorneys for Petit loner. J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO i' HH
bate Division. r. and for Salt LaLa coin- iH
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of U:- il
estato of Flora T. Eaten, deceased
tlce. (1 lH
The potltlon of Benjamin F, Entw. cx 1 HH
ocutor of tho estate of Flom. T. Ejtc3. MH
deceased, prayina- for tho settlement ot . VH
final account of walu excoutor pr.d for tfr BH
distribution of the reslduo oi raid esta
to tho pcrsomi entitled, tiu been unt fo r jH
hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of March,
A. D. 3904, nt 30 o'clock a. m., u t the cou.r f 1
ty courthouEc In the courtroom of sal'"' ,
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun-
ty. Utah. ;
Witness tho clork of said court with th : HH
seal thereof affixed this 2?th day of Fob- I HH
ruary, A. D. 3504. KH
(Seal.) JOHN JAME3. Cleric : WM
By David B. DavJcs. Deputy Clork. jH
S. McDowall, Attornoy for retliiontr. WiH
IN THE DISTRICT COUI'.T, PRO Fil
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coutl.) lHI
State of Utah. In the matter oi the estate till
and guardianship of ln& Lte, minor. Nr PH
Tho petition for approval ai:d. oottlcmc.i' jH
of tho annual account ol the guardian cf I
the poraon and estate of Ira Lee, minor ' r,H
has been set for hearing on Friday, ti HH
4lh day of March. A. D. 3901. at 10 o'clocV 1 jl
a. m., at tho county courthouse., In the t Hl
courtroom of said court in Salt Lake rHH
City. Salt Lako county, Utni;. 1 f.l
Witness the clork of bald court, wit!. Ill
the seal thencof affixed, this 19th day ot IfH
February, A. D. 350k JOHN JA?.jDs. f
&e&M Cifirfc. . ilH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clc-rK. slEZS I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRC- H
bato division. In and for Salt Lake ooar- vH
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of th "iH
estato of James McQufflc, deceased. Nc-
Tho petition of the Utah Savings and iH
Trust company, the executor of tho w r)l
tato of James McGuffle, deceased, pray- ,1
lng for the settlement of final account er r. jH
for an order of the court construing tli 1
will of said deceased and distributing fH
tho persons entitled the rcnlduu of Balu fM
estato, has been set for hearing on Friday IH
tho 4th day of March, A, D. 1904, ct 1C- IH
o'clock a. m., at tho county courthouso, ir H
the courtroom of said court, In Salt Lake 'H
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. i
Witness the clerk of said court, with the '1
seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of Per-
ruary, A. D. 1004. JOHN JAMES, 1
Seal. Clerk. U fll
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. 'rr'H
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Put' t j
tioner. s!5.-7 1 hi, jH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- iJI
bato Divl3lon, In and for Salt Lake coun- . f HH
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the L'f lH
cstato of Andrew Pearson, deceased. T 'ijH
Notice. T ftH
Tho petition of Rodnoy T. Badger, pray- (lH
lng for tho issuance to himself of lettern tH
of administration In tho estate of Andrew UH
Pcaraon, deceased, has been set for ho?
lng on Friday, the 4th day of Maroh, A. 'riH
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., -t tho county KiH
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said sH
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- r IH
ty. Utah. T 'H
Witness the Clerk of said court, with IH
tho seal thereof affixed, Oils 20th day of ' IH
February, A. D. 1E04. .4' JH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IJH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. i
Harrington & Sanford, Attorneys for iH
Petitioner. sl555 I'll
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- 1
bate Division, In and for Salt Lako coun- il
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of the M
eutnto of James Reld, deceased. Notice, H
Tho petition of Joseph Brown praying IH
for tho Issuonco'to himself of letters of 1
administration in tho estato of Jamcr M
Reid. deceased, has been set for hearing H
on Friday, tho 11 tb day of March. A. D. H
irO-1, at 10 o'clock n, m,, at the county B
courthouse in the courtroom of sold M
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- ll
ty, Utah. fH
Witness tho clerk of said court with the rH
neal thereof affixed, this 27th day cf Fet-
ruary, A. D. 190L I
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. Ll
I By David B. Davios, Deputy Clork. f IH
Geo. Westervclt, Attorney for Petltloror. 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE f'l
Division, In and for Salt Lake County, M
Stato of Utah. In the mattor of tho otUUe H
of James Reld, deceased. Notlco.
Tho petition of Amos L. Apgar praying H
for tho Issuance to himself of letters of 1
administration In tho ostato of Jama
Reld, deceased, has been set for hoarlmr JH
on Frldav. tho 11th day of March, A, D.
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at ths county IH
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said court. M
In Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county. Uth. M
Witness tho Clerk of uald court w-i H
tho seal thereof affixed this 27th day 1? fH
February, A. D. 3904. lH
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. C!rk. Il
By David B. Davles. Doputy Clork. lH
Powors, Straup & Lippman, Attorneys ll
for Petitioner. a21M
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATD iH
division, in and for Salt Lake county. MH
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho os- H
tato cf John Waterfall, deceased. NotJna. H
Tho potltlon of Mary Frances Watorrail, jlH
administratrix of tho estato o John Wa- MH
terrall. deceased, praying for an order of IH
sale of real property of said decedont, and
that all persons lnterosted appear befcro H
tho Bald court to show cauoo why an or- il
dor should not be granted to soli bo much ' IH
na shall bo necessary of the following-do- ' VH
ectihed real cstato of said decedent, to wit: H
Commencing six rods south of tho north- lH
caat cornor of lot two. block fifty-ou6. ;
plat C. Salt Lako City survoy, and run-
nlng thenco south two and one-half roda; ; .H
thenco west eight roda; thnco ncrth two jH
and one-half rodn; thenco oast eight rods ; IH
to the placo of beginning, containing ' lH
twenty square rods, subject to contract of f B
salo to Margaret Brcwn. .,.,,. :
Also a Dart of lot nevon of block fifty- !
ono. us platted In plat C. Salt Lako City 1
survoy, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- 1 :
ty, Utah, and beginning at a point seven- ,
teon rods eouth of the northeast corner of .
tho oald lot and running thonoo we-U clsht H
rods to tho east lino of a four-rod strcc. MjI
running north and south through the Bald IH
block: tboncc south nlonr said lin-j two f B
rods; rthonoo East eight rods; thonco north
two rods to 'tho placo of beginning, eon- ' AJBJJ
talning sixteen sduaro roda of ground. ,1
Also a part of lot sovon of block if tv- 'J
one. as pUttcd In plat C, Salt Lako Clt"
our'y, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun-
ty. Utah, and boginulng at a point four-
tocn rodj south of tho northeast cornor of
tho said lot sovon and running thonco
west eight rods to tho caat lino of a four- 'YAYAl
rod Hlreot . running north and Pouth 'ApApAl
through tho said block: thenoo uouth on
tho said cast lino of si'd street throe rods;
thonco running cast olght rods; thonco I
north thrco rods to tho placo of begin- 1
nlngi and containing tvonty-four b(;uato H
rods of ground, has bocn sot for hoar'.ng H
on Friday, the 31th day of March, A. D. 'M
3904 at 10 o'clock iu in., at tho county iH
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said court, 'jH
n Salt Lake City. Salt Lako county, Utah, jH
Witness tho Clork of said court, with . H
tho scnl thereof ufrlxcil, this 21th day of jH
February, A. D. 1901. H
rScal.j JOHN JAMES. Clerk. .IH
Rv David B. Dav ten. Doputy Clerk. IH
Cannon, Irvlno & Snow, Attorneys for il