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In The Sam? Tjathtc tribttnte: Wednesday MoEraG3 Mauch 9, 1904. 7
I 5 1 1M REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS j
WALL STREET STILL
DULL hMi SLUGGISH
f All Efforts to Enthuse tho Share Mar-
ket Prove Unavailing .
NEW YORK, March S. Yes tord ay's dis
appointment over tho non-appearance of
tho Northern Securities decision still,
weighed upon tho market today and
I . throw It back Into the rut of dullness and
I sluggishness which restricted its move
ment last week.
It was o-idcnt that yesterday's brief
' spurt of activity had resultod In closing
Hi H up pretty much all tho short Interest,
id which was opened as a result of tho cx-
K t. peoted handing dov.Ti of tho Northern Sc-
H' r. curltlcs decision. It is expected that as
HI , tho week draws to a closo short lines will
H W he put out again In a tentatlvo way, to
ho covered again on Monday afternoon
jfjfti should tho decision still bo withheld. Tho
MnPii ' movement of prices today was not con-
VijH ' slstcntly in ono direction for as much as
an hour during tho wholo session. Prices
WfL' fluUored for a tlmo cither abovo or bc-
tjj V low yesterday's leel, but without got-
tt " ting far from that in cither direction. A
Wmi moro chcorful tone in tho foreign markets
Mm hclpel the opening. Tho London sottlc-
mM meat was reported to bo progressing fa-
(m J vorably and encouragement was cx-
k MZ. pressed that Paris onco more showed a
T disposition to buy stocks in London.
FJjjY .Northern Securities randc a further de-
Dlr Hi cllno and with tho persistent selling of
Sj Bl Pennsylvania undermined tho market and
f fl WM modo tho closing weal: at tho lowest,
(ill V Tn0 sluPS3h and Irregular moemcnt of
11 V Hp stocks was communicated to tho bond
iw !&lf section by sympathy Total sales, par
KfitBffj value, 51.6SO.000. United States bonds
IflHI ' wcro unchanged on call.
Vmmm W j NEW YORK BOND LIST.
mmW m U S rcf 2s reff...l01U Man con g -Is.... 103$
vfmMm m ll coup 1C5 iIex Ccn-is C5
&&iK U S 2s regr 10$ do 1st lnc 11
rrrms do coup ic m & st l is
H'BHI 17 S n -Is reg....l32Vi M K & T 4s 07ft.
?immy9ct do coim 132i do 2nds 77.
i$mW- $11 U S old -is rcg...lC N of Mcx c -Is.... 741
IBvr yl tlo coup VmA N Y C g 3Us.... 97j
ndPv-'iI Atch Pn 1,3 9Wi.N J C g 5s 12S
SSmI J; do adj -Is S Nor Pac -Is 103V
3nBsili Atlantic C L -Is.. 91 do 33 TOM:
JfSfmm B & O 4s 101 Nor & W o -Is...
jjfifflP ftM do 3Us 93 ' O S L 4s and p.. 91Vi
Sfl&'J '? Cen of Gn- 5s.... 103 Penn c 3iAs 9516
iMmw 1 do lst ,nc 60 Reading g 4s ... 95Mi
rfiB V I Chcsa & O -ls lOUfc St L & I M c 5s.1121
fllf ' li 1 C & A 3is 7 St L & S F fg 4s. S0V1
'IT Jtf ,.2 I C B & Q n 4s.... 92 St L Sw lsts 03
Si fl f I 1 C M & St P (f 4a 103 Sea A L 4s GTV
?i ft ii, I c & Nw c 7s,...120Hi So Pac 4s SS4
AflBUl: C R I & P 4a.... C9 So Ry 5s 111
uIH X do col 5s 77 T & P lsts 115U
11 1 C C C St L g Is. 03 T St L & W4s... COM;
mmWMl I Chl Term 4s TSVb Un Pac 4b 103
i HH 1 Con Tob 4s UI do conv 4s 05
i I Colo & So 4s Si US Steel 2d 5s.. 72
Ifflll i D & R G 4s Mil Wabash lsts ....115
tlH Eric p lien is.... Si', do deb B GO
KmmWMl ' do Pon ,s S4 w & l is is..... &
IyVIH FtW'&DC IsL.lOIV. Wis Con 4s SSVi
I ftH Hock Val 4s....l03 C F & I c 5s 71
IjflJ";L ; NEW YORK CLOSING STOCKS.
U fSf , - Sales. High. Ixjw. Close.
i h M Atchon 10.S00 C5 fri
W i' 'TJ ' do pVef erred SS
M r- BaltS-OhIo 0.S0-) 75 74 74i
if. I do'prcferrcd SS
& Can Pacific 400 310 110ft 110V1
M f Cen of N J IK
F it Ches & Ohio GX 3) 20ft 20Vi
!3 I II Chi & Alton . 23
W if, i do preferred ... 200 S2- SI JO
' &fo C & G W 100 11 14 14
H If 1 C&NW 1M 1C2 1C2 1C2
S . fh C M & S P 130 155 13S
K fl. ' do preferred , 172
B 'J i 1 Chi Torm & Tr.. 1C0 0 0 0
I . ' do preferred ... 100 20 20 20
I' 1 11 C C C & S L 75
K J 1 Colo Southern 17
il, ) 7v ' do 1st pfd 100 65 K &l
mJlii U do 2nd pfd 200 2-1 21 23
afcS Bel & Hudson.... 1,000 155 l&l 1W
Cflft'lt Del Lack & W.. 200 200 200 25S
jHtTi Denver & R G.... COO 1S 1S 18
.ryA do preferred G5
mmm is "ic b.soo 23vt 22 22
mmW V, do 1st pfd 200 C2?s G2 Gl
i . r do 2nd pfd GOO 39 37 37
MM y Hocking Val C. 72
V do preferred 78
WMg 1 Illinois Centrfal.. 200 120 120 125
mmm Iowa Central C 10
ijH i 1 do preferred 3-1
EmW, I - Kan City So 17
! HpJ do preferred ... 100 32 32. 32
Wmml-V S Lxiuis & Nash... 1.SO0 103 102 302
AH L Manhattan L .... 2,300 314 343 343
If Met Securities.... 400 S4 S4 S2
H 1; S et. St Ry 2,CO0 315 114 113'.
liut msp&s's'm!! 'ioo ci ci co
mmm l iMil do preferred 317
I Mo Pacific 3.3CO S 87 S7
mmWA Yf'S. M K & T ' 3,000 3C 1B 15
HRJ.-( Sf do preferred ... COO 37 30 30
li'li Nat of Mex pfd 31
mmmmiM N Y Central.... 1,100 114 113 313
flflrtf N'or & West 700 G5 Co 55
WtlWhL do preferred ,. S3
IK r Jl Ont & A'cst 1.000 20 10 10
3 LA! Ii Pennsylvania .... C0,G0D 113 112 312
iJH "ff PCC&SL S5
W 4i Reading 3,100 40 40 40
K 53 J 7 do 1st pfd.... 76
Wmi ti do 2nd pfd 6
WMvi r Rock Island G.100 20 10 30
mm', h do preferred , CO
l2M, V , S L & S F 2d pfd 41
IK' St Louis So W 13'.,
liM & do preferred ... 31 31 31
WH A I So Pacific 5,200 44 43 43
So Railway 1G.S0O 10- 10 10
Mi m do preferred ... 3,700 S2 Sl 62
tm M Tex & Pac 200 22 22 ZlVi
HMI M TolStL&W.... 300 21 21 23
mS do preferred ... 100 31 31 33
Mm m Union Pacific .... 20.G00 74 73 73
do preferred ... 8S&4
Tit Wabash ICO 17 17 17
w &Irr(ECrrC(1 '"' 1,000 3'1''1
l tm lo pre"orrred'i!I 'lOO 40 40 40
S f Express Companies
i m United State's .'.'.'1 103
T mm Wells-Fargo 203
iV' V Miscellaneous
VI fl Amal Copper .... 11,800 4C 45 45
Tl 4 Am Cnr & Foun. 4CO 10V6 10 1014
iH 9 do profcrred ... 2W C0 CO CS
R . Am Cotton Oil 29
tfll vM do preferred ... SS
til, 'ft ' Am Ice 3 8 7 7)i
MM'ia do preferred ... 3,400 31 40 40
1 StiH Am ocomotlvo.'i "oOO 22 22" 22
do rircforrcd ... 200' S2 S2 Si
ft V Ai?o preferred".'.! "iCO Ol" si" W)'.
iL fl Am Sugar Rof.... 2,10) 125 121 121
S W Ana Ml n Co C2
fl Brook Rap Tr..., 2,300 41 40 40
fmtku. ' Colo F & 1 1.300 20 2S 28
ifmm m Cons Gas 400 103 103 191
timmmm Corn Products... 2,500 15- 13 13
'lfl do prcforrod ... 200 CO G7 G7
'Vft Distillers' Sec ,23
TH Gen Electric .... 700 . 1G1 351 iCO
flTwi'1 v Colds Are Dangerous.
ft".. How often you hoar It remarked: "It's
ft v" onl a cold-" nnd a (evv days lator learn
W , !nj that .he man Is on his back with pneu-
il 'Sj I monla. This la of Buch common oc-
'ftf currencc Unit a cold, however slight,
lift should not be disregarded. Chamber-
UkF Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts any
fli-Mfcl tendency toward pneumonia. It always
Hj)nr .-j cui cs and is pleasant to take. For sale
HHJ by all druggists.
-f- Now York 57o
San Francisco f?7c
London , 20 11-lCd
-f LEAD. -f
-f- Now York exchango J-1.C0U1.C5 -f
f- New York exchango $12.50012.75 4-
STOCKS AND BONDS.
-f- Dull and Irregular. -f
4- GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 4-
4. Wheat Steady to lower. 4-
4- Corn Active, higher. 4-
4- Oats Lower to steady. 4-
4- Provisions Active, higher. 4"
4. . LIVE STOCK.
4- Cattle Strong to higher. 4-
4- Hogs Steady to stronger. 4-
4- Sheep Active, hlghor. 4-4-4-4-4-4-4--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4
Inter Paper 100 11 11 11
do preferred C4
Inter Pump S3
do preferred 71
Nat Lead H
North Am 2100 81 Sl SO
Pac Mall 400 2S 26 26
People's Gas .... 3,100 9S 05 PG
Press Steer Car 28
do preferred CD
Pullman Pal Car. 200 210 210 210
Republic Steel.... 200 7 7 7
do preferred ... 200 43 41 42
Rubber Goods ... 200 10 1S 1S
do preferred ... 300 7C 75 75
Tenn C & 1 100 35 36 25
U S Leather 200 - 7 7 7
do preferred ... 800 7S 7SVi 7S
U S Realty 300 7 7 7
do preforrcd ... 100 50 60 GOV!
U S Rubber 11
do preferred ... ' 100 4S 4S 47
U S Steel 3.000 31 10 10
do preferred ... 12.G00 56 55 55
Westlnghousc El. 157
Western Union... 100 SO SO SS
North Securities 87
Total sales for tho day, 252,000 shares.
WASHINGTON, March S. Today's
statement of the treasury balances In tho
gcnoral fund exclusive of tho $150,000,000
gold reserve In tho division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balanco, $223,496,
157; gold, ?103,182.5C0.
Silver and Drafts.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8 Silver
bars, 57c, Mexican dollars, nomlnnl;
drafts, sight, 35c; drafts, telegraph, 37c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. March S. Close: Money
on call 152 per cent; closing bid. 3 per
cent; offered at 2per cent Tlmo loans,
easy; sixty days, 253 per cent; ninety
days, 3ffjC per cent; six months, 4 per
cent. Prime mercantllo paper, 45f5Vi por
cent Sterling exchango heavy, closing
firm, with actual business In bankers'
bills at J4.SG.50ig-l.S6.00 for demand, and at
Ji.S3.C51 S3.70 for sixty days- Posted
rates, $4.S4S74 S7. Commercial bills,
$4.S3. Mexican dollars, 45 cents. Bonds
Governments, steady; railroads, Irregu
lar. Metal Markets.
NEW YORK, March S. Tin was un
changed locally and in tho London mar
ket Hero prices stand at $23.0028.25.
while In London spot is quoted at 123 Is 6d
and futures at 12-1 5s.
Coppor declined 2s Cd In London, with
spot closing at 56 15s and futures at 55
15s. Locally copper was quiet and without
change, though outside prices arc rather
extreme. Lako Is quoted at $12.50J?12.76;
electrolytic and casting, S12.37(g'12.62
Lead was unchanged at 12 in tho Lon
don market and locally at $1.60tj4.C5.
Spelter was qulot and unchanged In tho
New York market at $5.0055 10, with Lon
don also unchanged at 22 5s.
Iron closed at 51s 3d In Glasgow and at
42s Cd In Mlddlcsboro. Locally Iron is
quiet; No. 1 foundry Northern is quoted
at $14.75$15.25; No. 2 foundry Northern at
$14.i5tjl4 75; No. 1 foundry Southern and
No. 1 foundry Southern soft at $13.25
CHICAGO, March 8. Cattle Receipts,
2500; market steady. Good to prlmo steers,
nominal, $5.1055.85; poor to medium, $3.40
Gj4.00; otockers and fecdors, $2.50g1.15;
cows, $1.50JT4 CO; helfcra, $2.2&I?4.50; can
ners. $1.60Jr2 50; bulls, J2.CO34.00; calves,
$3.0056.50; Texas-fed steers, $1.9055.65.
Hogs Receipts today, 15,000; tomorrow,
25,000; market steady. Mixed and butch
ers. W.ffS G5; good to cholco mixed, $5.60
05.72: rough heavy. $5.2055.65; light, $4.80
5.50; bulk of sales. $5 3056.55.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market steady to
strong; lambs steady. Good to cholco
wethers, S4.253M.S0; fair to cholco mixed,
J-J.505M.25; Western sheep, $3.D0jS.25; na
tive lambs, $-1.25S5.75; Wcstorn shcoop,
ST. JOSEPH. March S.-CatUc Receipts,
3800; steady. Natives, $3.6555.15; cows and
heifers, $1.75-1 -35; stockcrs and feeders,
Hogs Receipts, 3000; &510c higher. Light,
?5.1&5'5.45; medium and heavy. $5.40556QG.
Sheep Receipts, 36000; steady to 10c
lower than last week. Lambs, $5.60.
KANSAS CITY, March 8. Cattle Re
ceipts, 7000; .strong; native steers, $3.00
5.20; natvle cows and heifers, $2,0054.20;
stockcrs and feeders $3.COM.30; bulls, $2.50
05.75; calves, $3.0056.50; Western steers,
$3.40SM.C0; Western cows, $2.00TJ3.60. Hogs
Receipts. SO00: market SffilO conts higher;
bulk ot sales. $5.2055,45; heavy. $5,455r5.rG;
packers. $5 255.45; pigs and lights, $l.208
Shcop Receipts. C000; slow; muttons,
$3.JO50.10; lambs. $4.S05C60; rango weth
ers. $4.20QG.S0; owes, $2.75(5"i0.
SOUTH OMAHA. March 8, Cattle Re
ceipts, 4000; market strong- to 5c highor.
Native stccr3, $3.2555.10; cows and heifers.
$2 C55'3.C0, canners, $1. 76-2.75; stockcrs and
feeders, $2.75fi1.15; calves, $3.0050.50; bulls,
stags, etc , $2.25-03.50.
Hogs Receipts, 0000' market steady to
strong. Heavy, $5. 2555. 30; mixed. $5.1051
6.20; light. $-1.0055.20; pigs, 1.005"1.7G; bulk
of sales. $.ri.l0ft6.2o.
Sheep Receipts, 7500; market strong to
10c higher. Westerns. $4,506-0.10; wethors,'
$1,002-4.50; ewes, $3.405M.15, common and
stockcrs, $2.751.05; lambs, $5.006,00.
BOSTON. March S. Tho demand for
wool contlnuos steady, with values hold
ing on a firm baHla. Higher prices aro not
looked for JuBt now. Medium wools aro
In special request. Dealers understand
that both llocce and Territory wools aro
well cleaned up on medium tirades.
Butter, Eggs and Sugar.
NEW YORK. March S, Butter firm;
creamery, 1-15'lGc; State dairy, 34521c
Eggs firm; Western fimts, 21a
Sugar Raw. firm, fair refining, 2 15-lCc;
centrifugal. ,00 teat, 3 7-lCo; molasses bu
gar, 2 11-1 Cc. Rellnncd Is firm, crushed,
$5.25. powdered, J4.C5; granulated, $4,G5,
Coffeo steady; No, 7 Rio, Gc,
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK, March 8. The cotton
markot opened cay at first prices 256
points lower on tho old and 2 points lowor
and 6 points hlghor on tho now crop
months, and closed stoady at a not I033 of
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, March 8. Indications that
tho Kansas-Oklahoma crop scaro has per
haps been exaggerated, Induced llboral
selling of wheat today. Tho market
closed at a not loss of 2c for May and
li1lQ for July. Corn Is down a ohodo.
DULL MARKET DAY
AND NO FEATURES
Eggs Aro Down Within tho Beach of
Peoplo in Ordinary Circum
Yesterday morning's rain caused a gen
eral slacking up In all lines of trade.
Prices remained stationary, and there is
an amplo GUpply of all kinds of provisions
to moot all demands. Eggs aro being of
fered at 35 cents per two dozen, retail,
now. A chango In tho prlco of flour may
be expected today, as a carload arrived
last cvoning. Fruit Is plentiful, tho
oranges being at their best Grapo fruit
Is much In demand.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per balo $ .308 35
Timothy, per ton, balod 14.0O'JT14.50
Wheat, per bushel OOTf 1.00
Corn, per cwt...... 1.305) 1-35
Corn, cracked 1.35 1.40
Oats 1.45'iC 1.65
Rolled oats 1.553 1.C0
Barley, rolled 1.30
Flour, bakers' No. 1 2.30
Flour, straight grado 2.40
Flour, high patent 2. CO
Graham Hour 2.405 2.50
Cornmcal l.SOfi 2. CO
Bran l.OOfp 1.10
Bran and Shorts .. 1.10$ 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound $ .065 .07
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed veal, per pound .03
Dressed mutton, per pound OC .07
Dressed lambs, per pound .07
Hogs, per pound, wholesale.... .07
Spring lambs, wholesale 4.00SG.CO
Spring lambs, quarter, rotall... 1. 6051.75
Dressed hens, por pound S.IS.!"
Dressed turkeys, per pound .23
Ducks, per pound .17
Live poultry, per pound .33
Live spring chickens .34
Grapo fruit, por caso $ 3.50
Malno lemons, per box 3.5054.25
California oranges, por box 2.0052.75
Utah apples, per bushel 1.25jfl.tO
Lemons, per box 3.50y4.60
Oregon apples, per box 1.50
Figs and dates 5c, 8c, 10c
Beet sugar, per 100 5.70
Cano sugar, por 100 5.80-55.30
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.25
Utah onions 3. 5017-4. CO
Utah celery, per dozen 801"fl-00
Cahoaces. per 100 3.003.5C
Parsnips, per 100 1.25
Green onions, por dozen 3551 .40
Lettuce 40S .60
Utah cabbago lettuce .60
Radishes 40S .45
Butter, per pound $ .20
Cheese, per pound .12
Eggs, per caso 4.75
Fancy cheese, por pound .13
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per pound .07
Swellzer cheese, per pound .18
Limburgor cheese, per pound.. .15
Cream brick cheese, per pound. .17
Edam cheese, per dozon 32.00
Steclhead salmon, per pound.. $ .15
Halibut, per pound ; .12
Striped bass, per pound... .15
Shad, per pound .10
Mountain trout, per pound 255l.30
Soles, per pound .00
Flounders, per pound... .00
California smelts, por pound.. .12
Codfish, per pound .13
Catfish, per pound .12
Peroh, per pound .lu
Lobsters, por pound...., .15
New York oysters (counts), per
Utah carp and mullet .06
Sea baas .12
Oats aro off c. Provisions arc a shade
lower to 2c hlghor.
Contradictions of tho reported settle
ment of the Argentina strike caused at
tho opening an Improved tono in wheat.
Notwithstanding a consldcrablo decline at
Liverpool, May hero was steady, with
prices c lower to c higher at 03c to
04c, July was up a shade to 5c at
80c to 00&C, For a tlmo tho market ruled
quite firm, aided by the strength In
coarse grains. Another bull factor was
tho absence of rain In Knnsaa and Okla
homa. In addition there was, as compared
with last year, a smaller movement In
the Northwest Shorts covered freely In
both May and July, the latter option soil
ing up to 00c, wnllo May sold firm at
00c, Toward the middle of tho day, how
over, tho sentiment changed.
On an attempt of some of tho bull crowd
to dlsposo of their holdings, tho pit crowd
suddenly took the selling sldo of the mar
kot Thoro was apparently no wheat
wantod, and beforo buyers could bo se
cured prices slumpcr severely, May drop
ping to 02c, whllo July sold off to SSVic
Largo rocelpts In Kansas City, which
seemed to show that comparatively llttlo
alarm Is felt In that section as to tho
growing crop, was apparently the only
bear factor. The market rallied Bllghtly
sevoral times lato In tho day, but on each
upturn commission houses had plenty of
Just beforo tho closo extreme weakness
again developed and May declined to 01c,
a loss of 2ic from the high point of tho
day. July dropped to S7c, a decllno of
2c from tho top.
Final figures on May wero 01 c. July
closed at 880.
Clourances of wheat and flour wcro
equal to 218,000 busholn. Primary receipts
C3L000 bushels, against 613,000 bushels a
year ago. Tho world's visible, according
to Bradstrects, decreased 440,000 busholn.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago roportcd
receipts of 316 cars against -102 cars last
week and 390 cars a year ago.
Higher prices at Liverpool, duo to re
ported unfavorable weather in Argentina,
caused strength In the corn pit oarly in
tho session. Tho close was comparatively
steady and lowor with May at 63"Jic- Tho
oponlng on May was '5c to Sc
hlirhor at 54c to 5H4c and tho ranno was
between G3o and 65c. July sold botwecn
Ho and 52c and closed at tho loss of p
o at 61c, Local recolpto woro 2S2 cars,
olght of contract grade.
Oats mot with a fair scattorlng demand
from commlslson housos during tho first
part of tho session and with light offer
ings prices wcro moved up nearly a cent
for May and July, Tho cIoho was fairly
steady Tho opening- on May was o to
c higher at 42"4. to 42c. After ranging
between 41ff41c and 43o tho clono was
at 41c. July sold between 59c and 40
40c, and closed at tho low point, with
a 1083 of c. Local receipts woro 302
A big reduction In receipts of hogs and
an advanco in prlco at the yards caused
firmness In provision early In tho session.
Thoro was consldoniblo liquidation both
by local and outsldo holders, late In tho
day, owing to tho weakness in grains. All
of tho advances wero lost, and tho close
was near tho bottom. May pork closed
unchanged at $13.S7. Lard was up 2o
at $7.32, and ribs a shade lower at $7.12.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow Wheat,
20 cars; corn, 120 cars; oats, 210 cars; hogs,
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
May 04 0-1 01 01
July, old 01 01 8S S0
July, new 90 S0 S7 S5
Sept, old S6 86 3 S4
Corn, No. 2
May 54 55 53 63
July 62 62 61 51
Sept 51 51 50 50
Oats, No. 2
May 42 -13 41 41
Julv 40 40- 30 30
Sept 31 31 33 33
Mess Pork, pcr.bbl.
May 33.05 34.12 33 77 33.S7
July 14.10 14.32 13.07 11.10
Lard, per 100 lbs.
May 7.25 7.10 7.27 7.32
July 7.45 7.55 7.42 7.60
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.
May 7.25 7.25 7.15 7.15
July 7.35 7.37 7.27 7.00
Flour, steady. No. 2 spring wheat, 00c:
No. 3, S0502c; No. 2 red. S0506c. No. 2
com, 5157o2c; No. 2 yellow, 52Vlc. No. 2
oats, 40?lft-Ua; No. 3 whlto, 41g13c. No.
2 ryo. C9c. Good feeding barloy, 3S5M0c;
fair to choice malting. 45555c; No. 1 flax
seed, $1.0S; No, 1 Northwestern. $1.14.
Prime timothy seed, $3.25. Mess pork, per
barrel. $13.S7SU4.CO; lard, per 100 pounds,
$7.1&07.17; short ribs sides, loose, $G.075
7 10; short clear sides, boxed. $7.37137.50.
Whisky, basis of high wines, $1.28. Clover,
contract grade, $11.C5.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrel 53,40) 21,500
Wheat, bushels 40,000 27,300
Corn, bushels 215,000 355,700
Oats, bushels 313,200 150, 400
Ryo. bushels 1,100 14,300
Barley, bushels 103,000 33,100
On tho produce exchange today tho but
ter market was dull and easy; creams, 143
23c; dairies, 33521c. Eggs, steady at 36
5T.7c. Cheese, steady at 10g-llc.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8. Wheat
steady; May, $1.41; December. $1.37.
Barley easy; May, $1.07; December,
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, March 8. Wool steady; me
dium grades combing and clothing, 1751
21c light fine, 15517o; heavy fine, 32
34c; tub washed, 20531c.
; Ail Unreliable
ge4s one mto all sorts
! of trouble. Late for I
j meals, late for ap- I
pointmets, late for
! trains; always wrong. J
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SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Raymond Mining' Company.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stocKholdera of tho F.37
mond Mlnlnc company -will bo had and
held at tho office of said company, No. &1
East Second South ntreot, Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 23rd day of
March, 1P04, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day. Tho object of such meeting
and tho purposes for Tvhich tho samo will
bo had and held aro to consider, adopt, ap
prove, ratify t.nd confirm a consolidation of
all tho assets, property and offects of tho
Raymond Mining company with the a3
ects, proporty and effects, both real and
personal, of tho Illinois Gold Mining com
pany, a corporation, pursuant to tho pro
visions of section 310 of the Revised Stat
utes of tho State of Utah, such consolida
tion to bo effectod and approved upon tho
following terms and conditions, to wit:
Tho nam of such consolidated company
shall bo "Tho Raymond-Illinois Mining
Company," and shall be organized and ln
rorporated at Salt Lako City and county,
Stato of Utah, with a capital stock of
5400,000, divided into -lOO.OCO shares of tho
face or par value of ono dollar each; tho
fttock of such consolidated company shall
bo allotted and divided as follows, to wit:
150,000 shares of tho capital stock thereof
shall bo allotted to Bald Illinois Gold Min
ing company, or Its nomlnfle or nominees,
and 250,000 shares of such capital stock
shall bo allotted to the said Raymond Min
ing company or Its nominee Or nominees.
Tho directors of said consolidated com
pany shall consist of flvo persons, two of
whom shall be designated by the Illinois
Gold Mining company and threo by tho
Raymond Mlnlnc company, to hold offlco
for tho first year. The articles of incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall contain a provision that tho capital
stock thereof shall be assessable ana that
assessments thereon may be levied by the
board of directors for the purpose of af
fordlnc a working capital to carry on tho
mlnlnir operations of said company: to
pay and dlGchorgo Itn debts and liabilities
and to acquire, purchao and hold any
proporty, real or nersonal. which tho
board of directors of said company may
deem advisable, such assessments to bo
levied and collected In tho manner as may
be prescribed by law. Said articles of In
corporation shall contain such othor pro
visions as may bo required bv law, and
shall delcgato to tho board of directors oi
said company express power and authorl
tv to sell and dlsposo of any part or por
tion of the real or personal proporty of
snld company without securing tho au
thority of tho stockholders so to do, or
without any ratification of tho stock
holders, provided, however, that tho mom
bcra of tho board of directors voting for
nny such sale or disposition shall In their
own right own and control or beneficially
represent at least a majority of the out
standing capital stock of Buoh consoli
dated corporation. Ihe articles of Incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall also contain a provision that tho pri
vate property of tho stockholders shall
not bo llablo for the debts cr cbllsrztlsr.s
of tho company, and said consolidated
company shall take, rccolve and hold the
property, assets and crfocts of caoh sold
Illinois Gold Mining company and said
Raymond Mining company, discharged of
and from all dobtc, ileno cr.d Incum
brances, except for current expenses ac
cruing from and aftor the 18th day of Feb
ruary, 1901, which said consolidated com.
pany shall assumo and ocvco to pay.
This notice is given and meeting abovo
provided for called by tho presldont of
the said Raymond Mining company, pur
suant to an order of tho board of direc
tors of said company, and at tho request
of the owners and holders of moro than
two-thirds of tho outstanding capital
stock of said Raymond Mining company.
JOHN C SULLIVAN,
President Raymond Mining Company.
Dated February' IS. 1JXH. sl312
THE DXTCKVILLE GUN CLUB,
106 Commercial Block, Salt Lako
City, Utah. Notice.
Thoro aro delinquent upon tho following
described stock, on account of assessment
levied on the 2Sth day of January, A. D.
1901, tho sovcral amounts set opposite tho
names of tho respective shareholders, as
No. Name. Shares. Am't.
3-C. E. Whlto 1 525.00
5 W. R. Servls 1 25.0)
8 E. G. O'Donnel 1 25.00
13 C A. Tripp 1 25. CO
14 C J. Tripp 1 25.00
20- Wllllam Carey 1 25.00
21 A. T. Moon 1 25.00
30 A. H. Nclss 1 25.00
31 J. F. Dunn 1 25. 00
53 William P Fowler 1 25.00
13 A. L. Simons I 25.00
45 Dr. E. A. Tripp 1 25.C0
47 Joseph Illrschvogcl 1 25.00
4S B W. Lewis 1 25. CO
49 W. T. Benson 1 25.00
50 F. T. Roberts I 25 CO
52-D. 1L Pcory 1 25.CO
And In accordanco with law and an or
der of the board of directors, mado on tho
25th day of February, A. D. 1904, so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may bo necessary will be sold at tho offlco
of tho corporation, 100 Commercial block,
Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 2Sth day of
March, 1901. at tho hour of 12 o'clock noon,
to pay delinquent assessments thereon, to
gether with tho costs of advertising and
the expenses of tho sale.
J. E. M'OINNIS, Secrotary.
10G Commercial Block, Salt Lako City.
NOTICE TO WATER USElu3.
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City,
Utah, Feb. 2C, 1901. Notice Is horcby glvei.
that Irving M. Hlglcy, whoso postofftco
address Is Salt Lako City, Utah, has mado
application In accordanco with tho re
quirement of chapter 100 of tho Sosslon
Lawn of Utah, 1903, to appropriate eight
tenths (S-10ths) of a second-foot of wator
flowing from threo cortaln springs sit
uated In lot 2, block 45, n-acro PJat A,
Big Field survey, Salt Lako county, Utah,
which springs aro tributary to tho Mill
creek branch of Jordan rlvor. Tho water
la to be diverted by moans of dams and
ditches Into ponds at various plaoos on
said described lot, whoro It will bo used
continuously from January lst to Decem
ber 31at, Inclusive, of each year for do
mostlo purposes and for supplying Bald
ponds with tho water nccossary for the
spaVnlng and propagatlnir of fish, and
also for udo In Irrigating said described
lot from April 1st to October lst of each
yoar. This application contomplateu that
water oqulvalant to ono-elghth (1-Sth) of
the comblnod flow' from tho springs will
bo consumed and that tho remaining
oovcn-olshtha (7-Sths), aftor having pasoed
through tho flih ponds of the applicant,
will bo roturned to tho natural channel
leading from said springs to Mill crcok.
All protcnta against tho granting of nald
application, utating tho reasons theroror,
must bo mado In writing and filed In this
offlco after thirty (SO) days and beforo
sixty (00) days from tho date horeof.
A, F. DOREMUS, Stato Engineer.
FrtsAjjubllcation Fob, 26; laBt, Mar. 26th.
PEOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho rcspcctlvo
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Samuel E. Allen, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of John M. C. Allen, pray
ing for the lssuanco to himself of letters
of ndmlnlstrntloh In tho estate of Samuel
E. Allen, deceased, has been set for hear
ing on Friday, tho ISth day of March, A.
D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county
courthoilso. In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of
March. A. D. 1504. JOHN JAMES,
y David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, la and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estato of John Battle, deceased. Notice.
The petition of P. C. Kittle, adminis
trator of tho estate of John Battle, de
ceased, praying for tho sottlcmcnt of final
account of said P. C. Kittle, adminis
trator, and for the distribution of tho
residuo of said estate to the persons en
titled, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, tho 11th day of Mnrch, A. D. 1904, at
10 o'clock a m., at tho county courthouse,
in tho courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lako City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tbo clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affixed, this 23th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By J. U. Eldrcdgo, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
D. B. Hempstead, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho mattor of tho
estate of Damon G. Tunnldlff, deceased.
Tho petition of Gcorgo D. Tunnldlff,
executor of tho estate of Damon O. Tun
nldlff, deceased, for confirmation of tho
solo of tho following described real es
tato of said decedent, to wit; A part of
lota threo (3) and four (4), In block thmo
(3) , plat "B," Qgden City survey, begin
ning at a point seven (7) rods and flvo (5)
feo't north of tho southwest corner of sold
lot three (3), runnlnc thence east nine (9)
rods and elgnt (8) icet; thenco north four
(4) rods; thenco east two (2) rods; thence
norfh forty-soven and one-half (47H) foot;
thence west three (3) rods and olght (?)
foot; thence south fifty-six (ES) foot;
thenco west one hundred and thirty-two
(132) feet: thenco south fltty-soven and
ono-half (67) feet to tho place of begin
ning, situated in Ogden, Weber county,
Utah, for tho sum of W&00.00, and upon tho
following terms, to wit: Cash upon con
firmation, as appears from tho return of
sale, filed In this court, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho ISth day of March,
A. D. 1904, 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 thereof affixed, this lst day of
March. A. D. 1904.
Scal.1 JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk,
W. R, Hutchinson, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of UtAb- In tho matter of tho
estato of Damon G. Tunnldlff, deceased.
Tho petition of Gcorgo "D. Tunnldlff,
executor of the estato ot Damon G. Tun
nldlff. deceased, for confirmation of tho
sale of tho following described real es
tato of said decedent, to wltr A part of
lots threo (3) and four (4). In block forty
flvo (45), plat "A," Ogden City survey, and
described. as follows, to wit: Beginning
at a point four and 10-100 (4.19) chains
north of tho southwest corner of said
block forty-five (45), running thenco north
threo (3) rods thenco cast nlnoteon (19)
rods thenco south seven (7) rods thence
west nlno (9) rods; thence north four (1)
rods; thenco west ten (10) rods to the-
Claco of beginning, situated In Ogden, Wc
or county. Utah, togother with all privi
leges and) appurtenances belonging there
to. for tho sum of 52500.00. and upon the
following tcrm3, to wit: Cash upon con
firmation, as appears from tho icturn of
sale, filed In this court, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho ISth day of March,
A. D. 1901. at 10 oMock a. m.. at the coun
ty courthouso. in tho courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this ixt day of
March. A. D. 1904.
riJcal. JOHN JAMES, C!rk.
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clork
W. R, Hutchinson, Attorney for Peti
Wedge Extension Gold Mining company,
Location of principal place of business,
Salt Lako City, Utah. Notice. Thcro aro
delinquent on tho followlng-dcsorlbed
stock on account of assessmont No. 4,
lovlcd on tho 21st day of January, 1904, tho
sevoral amounts sot opposite the names
of the respective shareholders, as follows:
Cert. Name. Shares. Am't.
273 M. P. Braffet 10.000 $12.50
And In accordance with law and the or
der of tho board of directors mado on tho
21st day of January, 1901, so many shares
of each parcel of said stock as may bo
necessary will bo sold at tho office of tho
company, room 250 Commercial Club
building. 222 South West Tcmplo streot.
Salt Lako City. Utah, on tho 22nd day of
March. 1901, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
to pay tho delinquent assessment thorcon,
togothor with tho cost of advertising and
cxponso of sale. J. N. POWERS,
Office 250 Commercial Club Building.
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJax Mining company. Office and prin
cipal place of Dusmcss, Salt Lako City,
Utah. Notice is horcby given that at a
mooting of tho board of directors of tho
Alax Mining company, hold on tho 20th
day of February, lUOi, an assessment of
flvo (6) cents per aharo was lovlcd upon
tho capital stock of tho corporation, Is
sued and outstanding, payable immedi
ately to tho secretary at his office, room
306 Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any
stock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on Tuesday, the 22nd day
of March. 1901, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for salo at publlo auction, nnd
unless payment Is made beforo, will bo
cold on Wednesday, the 13th day of April,
1&0I. at 11 o'clock a. m.. at tho secretary's
office, to pay tho dollnqucnt assessmont
thereon, togother with tho costs of adver
tising and cxponso of sale.
By order of tho board of directors.
J. M. BURT, Secrotary.
306 Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah.
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Rooms 211-213 D. F. Walker Block, g
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective HH
signers .for further Information. mH
IN THE THTRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT fll
court, In and for Salt Lako county, Stato B mmM
of Utah. Department No. L In tho mat- I H
tor of tho estato of Theodore Bruback, Q
deceased. Notice. D tH
Tho petition of JcsbIo McLano Bruback. H lH
praying for tho admission to probato of M jH
a certain document, purporting to bo tho nmmm
last will and testament of Theodore Bru- 9 nmmm
bads deceased, and for tho granting of S Jmm
letters testamentary to Joslah Barnctt I
and John J. Daly and for tho lssuanco of I
letters of guardianship upon tho persons I H)
and estates of Theodore McLonc Bruback fl'
and Jcsslo Elizabeth Bruback, minor chll- jj ' iH
drcn of said deccdont, has been set for jmWm
hearing on Monday, tho 14th day of 1 -mmM
March, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at ' Irl
tho county courthouso. In tho courtroom 1 mmM
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt ' I , mmm
Lako county, Utah. IJ mmm
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with j i '
tho seal thereof affixed, this lst day of ' lH
March. A. D. 1901. 'WM
rScal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk. 1 '
By J. U. Eldrcdgo. Jr.. Doputy ClcrK. .
Dcy & Stevens, Attorneys for Petitioner. i i
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- !H
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun- iH
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho jH
estato of Allen O. Campbell, deceased. H
Notice. 1 ll
The petition of William B. Stanloy, ad- jH
mlnlslrator of tho estate of Allen G.
Campbell, deceased, .for confirmation of
tho sale of the following described real mmm
estato of sold decadent, to wit, an undl- mmM
vlded one-half interest of tho "Flora Ml- mMM
nlng claim," situated In Star Mining dls-
trlct. Beaver county, Utah, for tho sum mmm
of 5000.00, and upon the following torms,
to wit, cash upon confirmation, as appears
from the return of sale, filed In this court, jH
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho IH
11th day of March, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock IH
a. m., at tho county courthouse, In tho IH
courtroom of uald court,' tn Salt Lako i
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. mM
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho mM
seal thereof affixed, this 23th day of Fob
ruary, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES,
Seal Clerk. t
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. t7
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- 'M
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake coun- , B
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho :
estato of Flora T. Estes, deceased. No- mmm
Tho petition of Benjamin F. Estes, ex- mmm
ecu tor of tho estate of Flora T. Estes. JjH
deceased, praying for the settlement of ( H
final account of said executor and for tho 1 H
distribution of the residue of said estato .1
to the persons entitled, has been set for t H
hearing on Friday, the 11th day of March, H
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m , at tho coun- H
ty courthouse In the courtroom of said H
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun-
ty. Utah. . JH
Witness the clerk of said court with tho ! jl
seal thereof affixed this 27th day of Fob- i tmmB
ruary. A. D. 1901. H
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ' t IH
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk. .
S. McDowall, Attorney for Petitioner. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Elizabeth Hartcr, deceased. IH
Creditors will present claims with vouch- I
crs to tho undersigned at No. 509 McCor- B
nick block on or before tho 10th day of HJJbJJbJ
July, A. D. 1901. mM
SARAH HARTER WATT, HAfA
Administrator of tho Estato of Elizabeth iHJBJJ
Hnrter, Deceased. lBlVJ
Stewart & Stewart, Attornoys.
Dnto of first publication, March 9. A. D. J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- jflfH
bat: Division. In and for Salt Lako coun- AJBJJ
ty, State of Utah. In tho mattor of tho iflPAVJ
estato of Francis J. P. Pascoo, deceased. killBJfl
Tho petition of J, M. Thomas, executor j f.mmm
of the estate of Francis J. P. Pascoo, dc- jBlVJ
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final vAYfl
account of said executor and for tho dls- j
trlbutlon of tho residue of said estato to '
the persons entitled, has been sot for hear- 1
ng on Friday, the 13th day of March, A. J !
D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county .
courthouso In tho courtroom of said court, j
In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witnoss" tho clerk of said court with tho jl
seal thereof affixed this 4th day of March, iIBBJb
a. d. 1904. 1 Mmm
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork. Jl
By David B, DavlCB, Deputy Clork. t276 ' mmmm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun- HBpH
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho mattor of tho IH
estate of Morratz Raphael, deceased. No- JjbJjbJj
The petition of U. G. Miller, praying for )
tho lssuanco to hlmsolf of letters of ad- H
ministration, with will annexed, in the , J
estato of Morratz Raphael, deceased, has
bocn sot for hearing on Friday, tho 11th
day of March, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. J
m at the county courthouso. In the H
courtroom of said court, in . Salt Lake
City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho mmm
seal thereof affixed, this 29th day of Feb- VJJbJJbJjI
ruary. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
ScaL Clerk. I
By David B. Davics, Doputy Clerk.
Cannon. Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for jH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- fAf
bate Division, in and for Salt Lako coun- ,
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho Jm
estato of James Rcld, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Joseph Brown praying t ,
for tho lssuanco to himself of letters of
administration In tho estate of James ; ,-
Rcid. deceased, has been set for hearing
on Friday, tho 11th day of March. A. D. j
ir04, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county jBBI
courthouse. In tho courtroom of sold 1,
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- f immU
ty, uuh. MWMm
Witness the clerk of said court with tho
seal thcroof affixed, this 27th day of Feb- ll
ruary. A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. H
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clnrk. ")
Geo. Westcrvclt, Attornoy for Petitioner. !
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
Division, In and for Salt Lake County, ..IBAH
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the estate
of James Reld, deceased. Notice.
The petition o Amos L. Apgar praying
for tho lssuanco to himself of letters of
administration in tho estato of James
Rcld, deceased, has been set for hearing
on Friday, the 11th day of March, A. D.
110-1, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county MBVH
courthouse, In tho courtroom of sold court,
In Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county, Utah. AVBVJ
Witness tho Clork of said court wfh JmmM
tho seal thereof affixed this 27th day wf mmm
February. A. D. 1904. fmmM
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. 'MM
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Powers. Straup & Llppman, Attornoys
for Petitioner. b213: JBBVJ
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- mmmm
bato division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of the
estato of Jonathan M. Williamson, de- H-JB
ceased. Notice. ... BVJfll
Tho petition of Boyd Park, the survlv-
Ing executor of tho ostate of Jonathan M. .
Williamson, deceased, praying for the 3Ct- '
tloment of final account of said executor, v mmm
and for acceptance of the resignation of mmm
said executor, has boon set for hearing hjjhBb
on Friday, tho 13th day of March, A, p, .
1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county HpBg
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lako coun-
ty. Utah. .... VJflfl
Witness tho clerk of said court, with the mmm
seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of Mfjjjjj
March. A, D. 1904. JOHN J AMES, BVJJJJJ
rsea). ciork. mmm
By J. U. Eldrodge, Jr., Deputy Cleric mmm
Henderson, Pierce. Crltohlow & Bar- mmm
rotte. Attorneys for Petitioner. Uo4 . HKVKVJ
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT -"-H
of tho Stato of Utah, In and for Salt Lako fftfH
county. FranclB Brown, plaintiff, vs. Ann
Brown, defendant Siimaa ona.
Tho Stato of Utah to said defendant:
You aro hereby summoned to appear mmm
within twenty days after tho scrvlco of Igm
this summons upon you, If served within dH
the countv In which this action Is brought, 'H
othcrwlae" within thirty days after service. iH
and defend tho above entitled action; nnd
In case of vour falluro do to do Judgment mmmM
will bo rendered against you nccordlnff to 'fMMMm
tho demand of tho complaint, a copy of IH
which Is herewith served upon you. lmMM
FRANCIS BROWN, Plaintiff. JH
P. O, Addross, Hunter, Utah, 699 tl