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1 I IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS
SLUMP IN WALL
I STREET CONDITIONS
Comparative Figures Show a Tre
mendous Falling Off in Vol
udio of Business:
NEW YORK, March J2.-The stock roar-
BBBI iet dovolopod some activity today and a
H sathor positive tono of weakness. Tlio
M weakness was largely sympathotlo with
H tho preesuro upon Individual stocks, espe-
IBH daily Metropolitan Street Hallway and
j Metropolitan Securities. Tho liquidation
BH tn those two stocka gave aliens or urgency
H and cost tho former 4i points and tho
1 latter 8 points.
The selling was unexplained by any nows
pBHI regarding tho property and was thought
t likely to bo duo to Bettlement of one or
two largo estates largely Interested In tho
BHl i!I p,y- PunnsylvanJa was also freoly
pressed for sale and broke through tho
BHI ?,u,pp2Lt whIch has been In cvldcnco abovo
BH i;2- ,Tho prlco touchod lll'A, which la only
BHI ? above tho low point since tho last stock
Issue started Its long decline, Tho market
hardened on chort covering and the closing
) xva Arm. United States Steel was eon
fjBW npicuouH In tho recovery. Tho decrease In
BpB loans shown by the bank statoment waa
JBHf oontrary to orpcctatlons. The bank etate
fBBj ment was of little lnlluence, however, as
fBH present condition of tho monoy market
IHl i K, 03,, 1,tUo occasion for solicitude. Tho
E otend neBs of Northern Securities on tho
B curb had a dissuasive Influence on tradors
who sold slock yesterday to discount a
fPL possible decision in tho Supreme court on
l fg1'' Total a,os of bonds, par value,
Hh ! ENORMOUS SLUMP IN SALES.
I; .Jt ,1b a cry from tho 3.202,100 sares of
Yft k stock sold on tho Now York stock cx-
Bf change on April 20, 1901. to tho 73,& Gharos
I KO'a on Thursday of last week. It is a
Lw I striking showing of tho vicissitudes in tho
1 world of speculation, and might servo by
1 ha rulo or threo to measure tho conditions
1 hSL8toc,c "chongo circles then and now.
1 ino market la absolutely unrcsponslvo to
TBBB nowa developments, whether favorable or
PBlHf unfavorable, and lies Inert, to tho despair
MKBhI Sf "J1 wno '00,c lo business In stocks and
bonds for their profits. At tho fuU com-
'3 mission of one-eighth or 1 por cent on or-
MBfl "crs allowed by tho rules of the stock cx-
change, Thursday's sales of 73,000 shares
fflgH -would yield about nS-.5, allowing tho com-
GnHI nileslon both to tho buyer and tho seller.
Hi 7,J? nf"ilershlp of the exchange numbers
HH . But the moaner dealings arc largely
3H iriade up of dealings an one members
D: themselves or of orders given by one mem-
Pr to nuother. oh which the commission
Ki If? leas, ranging down to S2 on 1(4 shares
1 ' etock. Tho gloom which pen-ados tho
HH circles In whoso hands llo tho conduct of
Trf! "io machinery of tho market Is thus np-
M l)reclable. Threo yearsj ago a suggestion
f tho possibility of the purchase of a rall-
flt' Byatcm by another was sufficient to
AHH throw the market into a frenzy. At the
H period when tho Btirllngton purchaso was
H ' vorklnfr out. a moro surmlso that the
Hf Lnlon Paclllc was to be Included (n tho
1 I community of interest" Induced transac-
H Uon3 In CG2,S00 shares of Union Pacific In
U ouo day, April 24, 1&01. Even as lato as
H I April lei, I9jJ, the imor that Loulsvlllo &
nn , .ashvlllo wjlt -u.t to the control of
V Southern Hallway i-uscfl transactions of
Bfc V 1 iCi.w) In Southern I'dlhvay fiJono on that
atf I uato. Thero was scarcely a railroad stock
Pl I -.4tPP tne Hot but what waa regarded as
IKlttj V .'JlVaIJ1blt for absorption by ono of. tho
ZrMV i Vit BJ'sten a. and no estimate of tho prlco
(l)1 i, to le piUd was reuarded aa too cxtrava-
MHl' ' Bant. Tho fact that tho payment was to
wi bo made In new securities detracted not at
j : nJl from tho Importanco attached to tho
tfM trajisactlon. a3 the Insatiable demand for
r Bocurltlea in tho murket could bo relied
mm I upon to convert them into cash.
S? ; Tho United States Steel corporation -was
K confidently regarded as an assuranco of
tho future stability In that trado In regu-
latlng tho production and guarding
ai-aJnac tho violent fluctuations In prices
V which had formerly destroyed tho lndustrv
Bf3( at periodical Intervals.
HB 1 TUROUOH OPERATORS' EYES.
v Tho ordinary operator In Wall street
HA; I looked forward to tho early assimilation
tr of all tho great railroad systems of the
H country in ono "community of Interest"
mflH which would do away with destructive
JBVH competition, while the various Industries
H -wnro to bo consolidated under centralized
1 control which would insure tholr stability
Hl nnu- attract tho conlldent Investment of
JH tho savings of all grades of employees for
H 1 the prlco of tho sharing In the profits of
H , enterprise. From tho present standpoint
HJH of cool reflection and oxpcrlenco, tho cx-
Nfl co.sslvo spcculatlvo exaltation of that tlmo
IBB i ficcma a sufllclcnt warning In itself of tho
BH violent revulsion which was to follow, in
I accordanco with the history of all similar
j movements. Tho revulsion of sentiment
V. on the part of tho outside world had been
accentuated by tho revelations of the un
ncrupulous methods employed in tho
1 I formation of some of tho corporations
1 whoso shares were offercKl to tho publlo
1 , and tho flagrant manipulation by which
U tho flotation was furthered.
Hji ' The assumption that the legal obstacles
li ' ' opposed to tho process of combination
K'J were tho direct causes of tho breaking up
of tho carnival of speculation eharpons the
HL rnfluenco attributed to tho Northern Se-
IHVd curltlcs decision, which Is awaited with a
nH feverish anxiety from week to week and
WjBf ulmost from day to day. The supposition
IH I I that the stock market will promptly find
B Its bearings when that decision becomes
AV: known, however, takes small account of
BHIi the plentiful signs of Industrial and com-
AwYV merclal reaction In all quarters. The dc-
fi cllnlng tendency of railroad earnings and
H) traffic and of bank clearings, the accumu-
H , latlon of ldlo reserves in banking centers,
B , ' tho obscuro outcomo of the coming year's
BBBM' orops, the doubt over tho supply of cotton
HRVaf to be finally disclosed by the present
HfMB 1 year's crop, tho sharp drop In tho value of
a tlio countrj-'s exports as a conscqucnco of
ft tho npeculatlvo level at which prices of
X cotton and commodities generally are held,
H the problem of tho earnings to bo achieved
HPPK on the heavy expenditures now making by
Yj f tho railroads, the uncertainties surround-
Hii'V Ing tho war In the far East and its possU
Hvji I blc complications, and the natural unsct-
V ( tlement usual to a national political cini-irf-.J
pulgri in this country, are some of tho
a ! substantial grounds for tho hesitation and
finF. stagnation which enshroud tho securities
mWl 1 mnrkct. The note of improvement in the
(T yf i iron and steel trade which was uiRdo
wii known this weolc Is of undoubted influence'
'Jk on the, stock market Is evidence of the
0 number and lmj'ortance of other complex
TjJ-?J factors In the outlook. Tho rains in tho
Um) i Southwestern wheat bolt arc heard of with
Tfi-lil i 8atl8fuction, and more confidence Is felt
Hhi , that the threatened soft coal Htrlko will
IBAtl j be averted. All lnlluencca combined, how-
'OhiU ever, have not proved sufficient to mako
JvKIVbV any appreclablo effect on prices of stocks.
.Jwftvl The bond market hati bcn dull and slug-wf.(--.l
u glsh in sympathy with stocks.
rjQ;.04 " United States bonds are unchanged on
jK&V tho call for tho week.
H''7; NEW YORK CLOSING STOCKS.
yMt.' Salea. High. Low. Close.
IH . Atchison -l.sOO W
IH. preferred 00 SV& SSli
lfyB Bait & Ohio 7.KO 73 )i 73 li 72
VH preferrctl S7
bKAH Canadian Pac Vl HOV 100M.- HO'i
IH Contral of N J 153
lin Ghcs, & Ohio .... 2SVi
IBEIH Chl .i Alton KO 33 23 ZSA
WmM preferred SO &) ml
WUH Chl .'i Great West, 400 11 1V-1 IfR
( Chi & Northwest 1C1
Chi M & St P G.GOO ISSyj 137 138
lH'fl , preferred .... 173
Ml hhl Term & T 0
preferred SOO 19 JO ISU
IHffll C C C & St L ;; .... 744,
WIBT Colo Southern JJO 1 lVa 1BV6
DmHF 1st preferred flV
fti !2nd preferred 23Vb
fffflff i ; -Dcl & Hudson. 1,000 1W III)
-f- New Y'ork 570 4-
-f- San Francisco 57o
f London 20 C-lCd --
-tr New York oxchango H.GOfl-LG -f
-f Now York exchange.... J12.30'3'12.75 -f--r-
STOCKS AND DONDS. -f
Dull, irregular. -f
4- GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.. 4-
Wheat-Strong to higher. -j-
Corn Steady, higher.
-t- Oats Higher. 4
Provisions Active, stronger.
-y Cattle Steady, -4-
-- Hogs Higher.
4- Sheep Steady. 4-
Del L & West
Denver & Rio G IS
preferred 100 C5Vi Co CZV
Erie 4,100 22i 22 22 VO
lot preferred GOO 61?; Cl1 Giii
2nd preferred .... 200 37H 37Vi S7i
Hocking Valley 72Vj
preferred 00 7&?J, 77 77
Illinois Central .... 4C0 12C?i 12GVt 12GVI
Iowa Central 17
IC C Southern 1G?1
Louis & Nash 200 102 101ai '102
Manhattan L 70") HI 133& lW,i
Met Securities 700 SO 75 75
Met Street Ry 14,000 110?i 10G ICG?
Minn & St L 60
m st p & s stc ar.. K) ESi& 6DA 60
preferred 100 117 117 117
Missouri Pac 300 S7& S7 STi
Mo K & Texas COO lGls 16r I6I3
N R of Mex pfd 34
N Y Central 1,70) 11351 112'i, 1131
Norfolk & West.... M0 &t 53
preferred .... S2
Ontario & West.... 1.5CO l&i VJVj 10Ki
Pennsylvania 25.100 112 HlMi 112
P C C &. St L fO
Reading : 2.100 SO's 30 30
lut preferred 76
2nd preferred 55
Rock Island Co .... 2,000 !! ini 10.
preferred S KV Mil 5&H
St L & S F 2d pfd.. 30) 41U -UU 41
St L S'wostcrn lSV't
preferred 700 ZlVj 31 'A 31'4
Southern Pac 2.SG0 42 42 4
Southern Ry 00) I9y4 l'.t 19',
prof erred 40) SII3 .S"l-1 SI
Texas & Pac 100 22 224 22-
T St L & West 10) 21 21 22
Union Pac 0,00) 72V4 71li 72W
Wabash ?,100 17'z 17Vj 17
preferred 50) 3311 'J2i 33
Wheel & L Erio 14'
Wis Central 17
preferred GO) 40 3U 3M
American ' 185
United States 103
Amalg Copper .... 10.&00 45U 41 45VJi
Amer Car & F 10) 19 10 10,&
preferred 20) C9 GO GO
Amor Cot Oil 303 2S1- 2S& 29
AmerlcJin Ico 4C0 7? V,' 7
preferred ICO 29', 29i
Amer Linseed Oil '.. 8i
Amer Loco 20) 21& 2114 21
Amer Sn & Ref.... KO 4GtA 4G 4G
Amer Sugar Ref.... 2,009 1231 122 123
Anaconda M Co '. 63
Brooklyn R T 7,700 39;f, 3D 39
Colo F & Iron 100 2G 25y. 2G
Cons Gas L2CO 1S9 ISOVi
Corn Products 700 i5 13Vj 13',i
Distillers' Securities ,. 23'i
General Electric .. SO) 100 159'j 159'
Intcrn'l Paper .... 100 llVi H1, ll
preferred 100 C5 65 05
Intcrn'l Pump 33
National Lead .... 200 14:, 14 1414
North American .. 200 SOVb fO so'
Pac Mall 2W 2 25 25V
People's Gas G.200 0-lVi 92j'. 93-;
Pressed Steel Car.. 1C0 25 23 27U
preferred 100 C9V, C3',A CO
Pullmnn Pal Car 203
Republic Steel : 7
preferred 100 42 4lVt 40
Rubber Goods 109 1S4 1S4 ISi
preferred ' 75
Tenn C & Iron HO 35 35 ' 55
U S Leather 1C0 CTi GTa (Pi
preferred 200 77 77 77'
U S Realty 1.300 5-Yt 5'A 5
U S Rubber , 2
preferred 200 401 49V. 49
U S Steel l.COO 10 :0Vi lOVi
preferred 11,100 55 CS1! K
Wcstlrighouso Elco . ' iK'J
Western Union 200 &S SSVi Kf
Total sales for tho day, 1C9.70) shares.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
U S ref 2s reg..i0l Man c gold 4s..l03H
do coup 1(6 Mex Cen -13 .... 64 '
U S is rcg 105 do 1st inc ,...13
do coup my, M & St L 4s DC
U S n 43 reg...l32(A M K & T 4a 93
do coup 132i d0 onds 776
U S old 4a reg..lOG,i N of M!ex c 4s... 74
do coup I0r4 N Y- C k VAs.... 9151
Atch gen 4s....l00Vi N J C g fs 12M?
do adj 4s S3 Nor Pac 4s 103
Atlantic C L 43. 91 do Sa
B & O is 101 Nor & W c 4s... 97A
do Ss 9314 O S L 4s and p. 919?
Cen of Ga 5a 105 Penn c C.3... . 934
do 1st Inc 05 Reading g 4s... 95K-
Chcsa & O 1V4S..101 St L & I M c Cs.113
C & A s 70 St L & S F fg 4s f-lii
C B & Q n 4s.. 91 St L Sw lsts....
C M & S P g 4S.KJ6 Sea A L 4s 63
C & Nw c 7s... 129A So Pac 4s R61'.
C R I & P 4s..., So Rv 5s mi
do col Cs 7Gri T & P lsts U5J
C C C St L K 4s 9S', T St L & W 4s. 9G
Chl Term Is 79 Un Pac 43 lori
Con Tob 4s 57 do conv 4s .... fGi
C & S 4s Si U S Steel 2d cs. 72$
D & R G Is 97 Wabash lsts ...115$
Erio p lien 4s... 9G4 do deb B Es
dogen 4s 9IA W & L E 4s..... S7
Ft W & D C lst.l044 Wis Cen 4s SSV
Hock Val Vte.AOm C F & 1 5s 70
L & N un 4s.. 9Sli
IMonejr nncl Exchange.
NEW YORK. March 12,-Money on caU
nominal; no loans,
Tlmo loans steady; for sixty days. 3 per
cent; for ninety days. 3 per cent; for six
months, 4'4V, per cent.
l'rlmo mercantile paper, 4JQ5U per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business In bankers' hilly, at S4.SC.7024.SG.75
for demand and at fl.S3.S03 1.S3.0) for 3Lxty
Posted rates. &I.SI44.S7.
Commercial bills, JLS3'j4.E3ai.
Bar sliver. 57c.
Mexican dollars, 45c,
Bonda-Govcrnmonts steady; railroads
Silver and Drafts.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 12.Stlver
bars. G7c; Mexican dollars, nominal
drafts, sight. 12c; drafts, tclegrSph! lfe
WASHINGTON. March 1.2 Today's
statement of thu treasury balances In tho
general fund, exclusive of tho S150.OM.0Q0
gold reserve In tho division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balance. S'iss?
018; gold, $110,211,101. c,,-
NEW YORK, March 12. Thcro was a
fair inquiry in local motnl markets todav
but tho nggregrito of actual transactions
was small and quotations, in nearly every
instance, woro unchanged.
Tin continued firm In tone, with spot at
ES.00ff2S.GO, and March and April delivery
?27.&O02S.25. v 0
Copper waa quiet and moro.or less nom-.
SUNSHINE HAS GOOD
EFFECT ON TRADE
Prices Aro Firm and Trade Is Brisk
Poultry and Fish Aro Again
Tlio fine weather yesterday, following
on tlio storms of tho preceding days,
mado quite a brisk Increaso in all lines
of trade. Towards tho evening, especi
ally, when tho people began tp crowd the
streets, the markets had all they could
do to attend on all their customers.
A shipment of Eastern poultry camo in
to fill up tho scarcity that has been no
tlceablo all tho week, and a supply of live
Utah chlokons was also lraportod from
In tho meat mnrkct prices continue
steady as they have been for the past
row days. Spring lambs are much in de
mand and fetching a good price.
rho fish trado continues to bo good, tho
delayed shipments having arrived in sec
tions. A largo consignment of Mackinaw
trout was the principal feature; this
brought IS cents per pound In the whole
sale market. Mountain trout was con
spicuous by Its nbsenco, although a largo
quantity Is supposed to bo on Its way in
tho trains that are snowed out.
California rhubarb made Its first ap
pearance for this spring at 10 cents per
pound. Grape fruit has gono up In price
to cents per case, doubtless on account of
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per balo $ .S03 35
Alfalfa n 00
Timothy, per ton. baled 14.OOfil4.50
uheat, per bushel 90fe 1.00
Corn, per cwt i.soft 1.35
Corn, cracked 1.35 1.40
Rolled oats i.co& 1.65
Barley, rolled 1.30
Flour, bakers' No. 1 , 2.203 2 30
Fiour, straight grado 2.30J' 2! l0
1-lour, high patent 2.502 2.C0
Graham flour 2.40ft 2.60
Cornmeal l.S0S 2.0)
Bran i.0)2 1.10
Bran and Shorts 1.105? 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound ; .063 .07
Dressed pork, per pound .OS
Drcssc . ve il, per pound .03
Dressed m Uon, per pound 03S .07
Dressed lambs, per pound .07
Spring lambs, wholesale 4.0035.(0
Spring lambs, quarter, retail... 1.501,75
Dressod hens, per pound f. 15.17
Dressed turkeys, per pound .23
Ducks, p.r pound .17
Springs (broilers) 4. SO
Live poultry, per pound .13
Live spring chickens .11
Grapo fruit, per caso 5 4.0)
Santa Paula lemons, per box... 4.50
Maine lemons, per box 3,B05?4.25
California oranges, per box 2.00552.75
Utah apples, per bushel 1.251.50
Choice Crocker & Sporry Lem
ons, per box 3.5O5J4.50
Oregon apples, per box 1.60
J Figs and dates Dc, 8o, 10c
Cocoanuts, "per dozen 1.00
California rhubarb, per lb lOo
Beet sugar, per 100 J5.S0
Cono sugar, per 10) C.90
Winter potatoes, per cwt 5 1,23
Utah onions 3.501?4.0)
California onions 4.0O5?4.50
Utah celery. Per dozen fcOjJl.OQ
Caboagcs. per 100 3.09&3.50
Parsnips, per 100 1.25
Green onions, per dozen 35 .40
Lettuce 0? .00
Utab cabbage lettuce .CO
Radishes 405? .45
Butter, per pound J .20
Cheese, per pound ,i2
Eggs, per csiso 4.75Q5.00
Fancy cheese, per pound .13
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per pound .07
Swcltzcr cheese, per pound .is
Limburgcr cheese, per pound.. .15
Cream brick checso. per pound. .17
Edam cheese, per dozen .' 12.00
Salmon t .16
Striped bass, per pound .15
Shad, per pound , .10
Mackinaw trout .115
Soles, per pound .09
Flounders, per pound .09
California smelts, per pound.. .12
Codll3h. per pound .13
Catfish, per pound .12
Perch, per pound. ... .iu
Lob9ters, per pound...., .15
Nov Y'ork oysters (counts), per
Utah carp and mullet .06
Sea bass .12
lnnl; lake, $12,505J12.75; elcctrolytlo and
Spelter, quiet, at S.WQ-i3.V.
Lead, steady, at 4 GOffl.65,
Iron, quiet at yesterday's prices.
NEW Y'ORK, March 12. Tho fdatoment
of avcrage-3 of tho clearing-house banks
of this city for tho week shows:
Loans. J997.390.0O): decrease, $2,519,400.
Deposits. $,037.2'S,SO3; decrease $3,324,900.
Circulation, J37,9G2.G00; dccroiisc, 51,206.900.
Local tenders, 170,119,200; decreaso, $780.
20j. Specie. 521P.135.1CO; decrease, S57.300,
Reserve, J2i9,25l,C00; decreaso, $337,500
Roaervo required, $259,317,225; decrease.
Surplus, $29,937,075; docreasc, $6275.
United States deposits, $39,S20,S25: In
CHICAGO. March 12. Cattle Receipts,
SO): market steady; good to prlmo steers,
$5.251JC.O0, poor to medium, ?3,50ffl S3;
stockers and feeders, $2.50ff4.2o; cows. $1 60
QM.10: heifers, $2.254.50; canncrs, $1,600'
2.C0; bulla, $2.00S-1.00: calves, $2.755.75.
Hogs Receipts today, 12.00); Monday, 30.
000; market Cc lower: closed strong; mixed
and butchers', $SJOii:5.45; good to choice
heavy. $5.355.50; rough heavy. J5.05S5.30;
light, $4.83-535.50: bulk of sales, $5.1GG6.CS
Sheep Receipts, 2000; market strong:
lambs, flrai; good to choice wethers, $4.60fr
5.00; fair to choice mixed, J4.0OJ34.50; West
ern sheep, $3.5056.00; nntlvo lambs, $4.005I
6.65; Western lambs, f4.50SC.00.
. KANSAS CITY.
fH5 ClTJ' 1Iflrcn li-Cattle-Re-celpis,
J20O, unchanged; native steers. $3 SO
Qt.l0i cows and heifers, $2.0034.20; stock-
t!B.?.aJcXcra- Western steers.
fS.40tf4.40: Weatern cows, J2.0O33.CQ.
HogB Receipts, 200; market frftlCo high
er. Bulk of sales, $S.10gt.S5; hcaT.,Jo.S02
5.40: puckers, $5Jg6,i5; pigs and lights,
Sheep Receipts. 500; steady. Muttons,
$3.SO5.C0; lambs, $4.755.50; range wethers,
51.25fl4.S0; ewes, $2.7584.0).
SOUTH OMAHA. March L Cattle Re
ceipts. 30); market Hteady. Natlvo steers,
$3.60fto.25; cows and heifers, $2.70573.70;
Connors. $L9O32.00; stockers and feeders,
$3.754.25; calves, J3.0OSG.G9; bulls, stags,
Hogs Receipts, S800; markot 5c higher.
Heavy, $5.23S&35: mixed, $5.1O5T5.20; Ucht,
$4.9056.20; pigs. J3.75S4.75; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 100); market steady.
Wosterns, $4.CO5J5.05; wethora, J4.10ff4.4Q;
ewes. J3.505J4.15: common and stockers,
$2.751.75; lambs, J5.10iJ5.75.
Groin and Provisions.
CHICAGO, March 12. Improved de
mand ror flour In the Northwest to
gether with better foreign inquiry,
caused a strong wheat market today.
Compared with last night tho May de
livery closed Jc higher. July wa3 up "U
Qc; May corn showed a gain of 12
lVJc; oats U'S'tic and provisions 7c to
Tho unresponsive character of tho Liv
erpool cables had a depressing effect on
tho wheat market during the first hour.
The EngllEh markets failed to reflect the
strength shown In Chicago yesterday and,
as a result, opening quotations hero were
easier, May being lie to He lower at 95liC
to 95?ic; July was to Sic lower at 90c
to 90c Another factor of almost equal
importance was tho probability of rcllcr
rrom drouth In Kansas and Oklahoma.
Tho weather bureau predicted rain or
snow throughout the West and South
west. Under these Influences there was
quite general selling early In the day.
May declined to 95c while July waa car
ried down to S9?ic. Some Information re
ceived from tho Northwest at this Junc
turo made traders forget about rain and
caused sufficient buying to advance
prices above yesterday's closing figures.
Large sales of flour 50,000 barrels were
reported from Minneapolis and 100,000
bushels of whoat were reported taken at
Duluth, Tho figures Indicated a revived
demand for flour and a hotter Inquiry
for wheat for export purposes. A sharp
rally In corn proved a bull actor In
wheat, starting shorts to cover. A dis
patch fiom Odcssn claimed considerable
anxiety Is being felt In regard lo the con
dition of the growing crop. Tho market
held strong during tho last half hour, tho
CI030 being at the top with May at SHc
Final figures on July wero at 914s5?3iV:C.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 73.000 bushels. Primary receipts
464.00) bushels; Minneapolis, Duluth and
. Chicago reported receipts of 300 cars.
In corn May opened a shade higher to
&Sic lower at 52?ic to 53c. After sell
ing between 52ic and 54Uc, tho closo was
at 54Uc. July- ranged between 5"!iC and
Blio'and closed with a gain of c at
61. Local receipts were 14S cars, ono
of contract grade.
In oats tho strength In wheat and corn
was a bull factor. May opened un
changed to Vfcc lower at 41o to 41VhC After
ranging between iOTic and 41c tho clcso
was at 41'ic, July closed Vic hlghor at
39c oftor selling between 3ST&C and GJVc
Local receipts, IU cars.
Provisions made modest gains on a
light trade. Thcro was a firm opening In
33-mpathy with a better tono in hogs, but
tho market soon cased a trifle on selling
by pit traders. A rally occurred later,
duo to tho strength In corn. Th-vre was
a good demand for May pork and that
commodity closed 27&j30c higher at
$14.25. May lard was up 7c at S7.37H,
and ribs 10c at $7.35.
Estimated receipts Monday: Wheat, 20
cars; corn, 255 cars; oats, 220 cars; hogs,
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open, High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
May 96 96V$ 95 Sty,
July (old) 91?i 93H, 91 93
July (new) Wi 01 tO
Sopt. (old) ....... S5;4 S7 ?5i 7
Corn, No. 2
May 52 5IU 52; 51
July r.Vs fili EOH 6Hi
September 50 50& 49ri C0T6
Oats, No. 2
May 41tS 41 41
July 39ij 3STi 39-15,
September 33 33T6 33 33&
Mess Pork, per bbl.
May 13.97 14.25 13.97 14.25
July 11.25 11.50 14.20 11.47
Lard, per 100 lbs.
May 7.35 7.37 7.32 7.37
July 7.47 7.52 7.47 7.52
Short Ribs, por 100 lbs.
May 7.25 7.35 7.25 7.35
July 7.40 7.47 7.37 7.47
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour,
quiet: No. 3 spring whoat, S296c; No. 2
red, 94439Sc; No. 2 corn, 51c; No. 2 yellow,
62c; No. 2 oats, 405jf-W,c; No. 3 white, 40?j'
43c; No. 2 rye, 6c; good feeding barloy, 36
(i39o; fair to choice malting, 4&BS5c; No. 1
flax seed, J1.09; No. 1 Northwestern. $1.16;
prime timothy seed, $3,10; mess pork, per
barrel, $14.12U14.25i lard, por lOo pounds,
$7.20&7.22; short ribs sides (loose). $7,005
7.25; short clear sides (boxed), $7.377.50;
whisky, basis of high wines, J1.2S; clover,
contruct grade, J11.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Keeps. Ships.
Flour, barrels 444,OiO 3l.0
Wheat, bushels 32,300 31,400
Corn, bushcl3 137,200 79,20)
Oats, bushels 325,70) 161,500
Rye. bushels 11.600 S6.000
Earlcy, bushels 78,60) 16,000
On the produco exchange today tho but
ter market was steady; creamorles, 14S
23c; dairies, 13fj21c; eggs, weaker, 175j
17c; cheese, easier, 10ftllc.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK, March 12. Cotton futures
opened steady; March, $16.13; April, $16.20;
May. $16.41; June, $16.39; July, $16.44; Au
gust, $15.S5; September, $13.75; Ootobor.
Cotton rutures closed firm. March, J1G.30;
April, $16.36; May. $16.61; June, J16.5S; July,
$16.62; August, $15.93; September, $13.92;
Cotton Spot closed dull; middling up
lands. $1G.G5; middling Guir, $16.90; salea.
Butter, Eggs and Sugar.
NEW YORK, March 12L Butter Steady.
Fresh creamery, 15324c; State, dairy, 14
Eggs Firm; Western firsts, 20c.
Sugar Raw, llrm; fair refining. 115-1621
3c; centrirugal, 93-test, 3 7-lGS3c; mo
lasses sugar. 2 ll-1672ia Reilncd Is firm;
crushed, $5.25; powdered, $4.05; granulated.
"vTBITE FOE, FULL PARTICULARS.
Cal., RIvorsldo Co., 10 A. rrult land.
Cal., Vontura Co., 10 A. and Impts,
Conn., Mlirord, modern 12-room cottogo
and lot; S7 ft, frontago on Long Island
Conn., Windham Co., 113 A. and impts.
Flo., Now Augustine, 8 A. and impts.
111., Riverside, res., lot nnd M. D. prao,
Chicago, Park Ridge, well located lot.
Mich., Vnssar. 9-room houso and lot.
N. J Capo May Co., 114 A. farm.
N. J Morrlstown, 11-room res. and loL
N. D., StuttBman Co., good 600 A, farm.
Okla., Woods Co., 400 A. and Impts.
S. D.. Davison Co.. lino 640 A. far.-n.
Va., Nottaway Co., ICO A. and Impts.
Drug bus., stock, fixtures; Rawlins, "Wyo.
Stock dry goods, etc. storo and dwell
ing; stock at cost and carriage, Rlchwood.
Blacksmith business, shop and tools 9
roora rc3. and 14 A., Cherry Creek. N. Y.
Shoo buslnoss, Btock and fixtures. Eric
W. M, OSTRAKDER, A. Bldgv Phlla.
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ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
AJax Mining company. Offl-o and prin
cipal piaco of nusmess, bait Lake City,
Utah. Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of the
A lax Mining compnnv, held on the 20th
day or February, 19uf, an assessment of
flvo (6) cents per sharo wr.3 levied upon
tho capital stock of tho corporation. Is
sued and outstanding, payable Immedi
ately to tho secretary at his office, room
SOfl Dooly block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any
stock upon which this assessment may
remain unpaid on Tuesday, the 22nd day
or March. 1901, will be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made boforo, will be
sold on Wednesday, tho 13th day of April,
1904, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at the secretary's
office, to pay tho delinquent assessment
thereon, together with the costs of adver
tising and expense of sale.
By order of mo board or directors.
J, M. BURT, Secretary.
03 Dooly block, Salt Lako City. Utah.
Wedge Extension Gold Mining company.
Location or principal place of business,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Notice. There aro
delinquent on the following-described
stock on account of assessment No. 4,
levied on the 21st day of January, 1901, tho
several amounts set opposite tho names
of the respective shareholders, as follows;
Cert. Name. Shares. Am't
273 M. P. Braffet 10.000 J12.G0
And In accordance with lev and the or
der of tho board of directors mado on tho
21st day of January, ISO 1. so many shares
of each parcel of sold stock as mav be
necessary will be sold at tho ofllco of tho
company, room 250 Commercial Club
building. 222 South West Templo street.
Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 22nd day of
March, 1901, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
to pay tho delinquent assessment thoreon.
together with tho cost of advertising and
expense of salo. J. N. POWERS,
Office 250 Commercial Club Building.
THE DUCELVTLLE GUN CLUB,
106 Commercial Block, Salt Lake
City, Utah. Notice.
Thero aro delinquent upon tho following
described stock, on account of assessment
levied on the 2Sth day of January, A. D.
1901, the several amounts set opposite tho
names of tho respective shareholders, as
No. Name. Shares. Am't
5- C. E. White 1 $25.00
6 W. R. Sorvls 1 25.00
6 E. G. O'Donnel 1 25.00
13 C. A Tripp 1 25.00
14- C. J. Tripp 1 25.00
20 William Carey 1 25. CO
21 A. T. Moon 1 25.00
30 A. H. Nclss 1 25. CO
31 J. F. Dunn 1 25.00
33 William P. Fowler 1 25.CO
43 A. L. Simons 1 25.00
45 Dr. E. A. Tripp 1 25. CO
47 Joseph Hirschvogel 1 25.0)
4S-B. W. Lewis 1 25 0)
49 W. T. Benson 1 25.0)
CO F. T. Roberts 1 25.00
52 D. IL Peery 1 25.0)
And In accordance with law and an or
der or tho board or directors, mado on tho
25th day or February, A. D. 1SOI, so many .
shares or each parcel or such stock as
may bo necessary will be sold at the orilce
or the corporation, 10G Commercial block.
Salt Lake City, Utah, on tho 2Sth day or
March, 1901, at tho hour of 12 o'clock noon,
lo pay delinquent assessments thereon, to
gether with the costs of advertising and
tho expenses of the sale.
J. E. M'GINNIS. Secretary.
103 Commercial Block, Salt Lako City.
NOTICE TO WATER USEInS.
State Englnccr'o Ofrice, Salt Lako City,
Utah, Feb. 26, 1901. Notlco Is hereby glvct,
that Irving M. Hlgloy, whoso postofflco
address Is Salt Lako City, Utah, lias mado
application In accordance with the re
quirement of chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah. 1903, to appropriate eight
tenths (3-lOths) of a second-foot of water
flowing from threo certain springs sit
uated In lot 2. block 45, .Am-aore Plat A,
Bljr Field survey. Salt Lako county, Utah,
which springs aro tributary to tho Mill
creek branch of Jordan river. Tho water
Is to be diverted by means of dams and
ditches Into ponds at various placea on
said described lot, where It will bo used
continuously from January 1st to Decem
ber 31st, Inclusive, of each year for do
mestlo purposeo and ror supplying said
ponds with tho water necessary ror the
spaVnlng and propagating or fish, and
also for use In irrigating said described
lot from April 1st to October Lit of each
year. This application contemplates that
water equivalent to one-eighth (1-Sth) of
tho combined flow from tho springs will
bo consumea and that the remaining
seven-eighths (7-Sths). after having passed
through tho fish ponds of tho applicant
will bo returned to tho natural channel
leading from said springs to Mill creek
All protests against the granting of satd
application, stating tho reasons therefor
must be made in writing and filed in thin
office- after thirty (30) days and before '
sixty (60) days from tho dato hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS, Stato Engineer
First publication Fob. 26; last, Mar. 2Gth.
It's the Salt
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tg3Sgfe Salt Lako Citj. j
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respective
signers for furthor lnrormatlon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In and ror Salt Lako coun
ty, State or Utah. In the matter of the
estato of Samuel E. Allen, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of John M. C. Allen, pray
ing for the lssuanco to himself of letters
or administration In the estate or Samuel
E. Allen, deceased, has been set ror hear
ing on Friday, tho ISth day of March, A.
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse In tho courtroom or said
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho clerk or said court, with the
ecal thercor affixed, this 2nd day of
March, A. D. 190L JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
S. McDowall, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho
estato of Jane Nixon Sholcs, deceased.
Tho petition of E. O. Howard, adminis
trator of the estato of Jane Nixon Sholcs,
deceased, for confirmation of tho sale of
the following described real estate of Bald
dpcedent. to wit: A part of lot flvo (5) In
block thirty-one (31), plat "B," Salt Lako
City survey, situate In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Stato of Utah, com
mencing scvon (7) rods north of tho south
west corner of said lot 5, nnd running
thence, north thrao (3) rodH; thence cast ten
(10) rods; thenco south three (3) rods, and
thenco west ten (10) rods to tho point of
beginning, for tho sum of $29C0, and upon
the following terms, to wit, cash upon
confirmation, as appears from tho return
of salo, filed In this court, has been set
for hearing on Friday, tho 25th day of
March. 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
Witness the clerk of said court, with the
seal thercor affixed, tills 12th day of
March. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Cleric
S. McDowall, Attorney or Estate. tl055
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Raymond Mining Company..
Notlco is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Rs7
mond Mining company will bo had and
hold at tho offlco of said company. No. M
East Second South street. Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Wednesday, tho 23rd day of
March, ltOi, at the hour or 2 o'clock p. m.
or said day Tho object of such meeting
and tho purposes for which tho samo will
bo had and hld are to consider, adopt, ap
prove, ratify i.nd confirm a consolidation of
all tho assets, property and effects of tho
Raymond Mining company with the as
Eots. 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 tho Revised Stat
utes of tho Stato of Utah, such consolida
tion to bo effocted and approved upon tho
following terms and conditions, to wit:
The name of auoh consolidated company
shall be "Tho Raymond-Illinois Mining
Company," and shall bo organized and In
corporated nt Salt Lake City and county.
State of Utah, with a capital stock of
$400.00). divided into 400,000 shares or tho
face or par value or ono dollar each; tho
stock of such consolidated company shall
bo allotted and divided as follows, to wit:
150,000 shares of tho capital stock thereof
shall be allotted to said Illinois Gold Min
ing company, or Its nomlneo or nominees,
and 250,O0 shares of such capital stock
shall be allotted to the said Raymond Min
ing company or Its nominee or nomlnoea.
Tho directors or oald consolidated com
pany shall consist of fivo persons, two of
whom shall bo designated by tho Illinois
Gold Mining company and threo by tho
Raymond Mining company, to hold office
for tho first year. The articles of incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall contain a provision tha$ tho capital
stock thorcof shall bo assewaDlo anu that
assessments thereon may bo lovled by the
board of directors ror tho purposo or af
fording a working capital to carry on tho
mining operations of said companv; to
pay and discharge Its dobts and liabilities
and to acquire, purchase and hold any
property, real or personal, which tho
board of directors of said company may
deem advlsablo, such assessmontB to be
lovled and collected In tho manner as may
be prescribed by law. Said articles of In
corporation shall contain suoh other pro
visions as may bo required by law, and
shall dclzgate to tho board of directors of
snld company express powor and authori
ty to sell and dispose of any part or por
tion of tho real or personal property of
snid company without securing the' au
thority oi tho stockholders so to do. or
without any ratification of tho stock
holders, provided, however, that the mem
bers or (ho board or directors voting ror
any such salo or disposition shall in their
own right own and control or boncflclally
represent at least a majority of the out
standing capital stock or wsuch consoli
dated corporation. Tho articles of incor
poration of such consolidated company
shall also contain a provision that the pri
vate property of tho stockholders shall
not bo liable for the debts er cbi:r:ics
of tho company, and Bald consolidated
company shall take, receive and hold the
property, assets and effects of each said
Illinois Gold Mining company and said
Raymond Mining company, discharged of
and from all debtc, iienu end incum
brances, except for current expenses uo
crulng from and after tho 13th day of Feb
ruary, 1901. which said consolidated com
pany shall assume and agvco to pay.
This notice is given and meeting above
provided for called by tho president of
tho said Raymond Mining company, pur
nuant to an order of the board of direc
tors of said company, and at tho request
of tho owners and holders of moro than
two-thirdB of the outstanding capital
stock or said Raymond Mining company.
JOHN C. SULLIVAN.
President Raymond Mining Company.
pated February IS, .1504. slS12
established as a quarantine district by tho
Utah State Board of Sheep Commission
ers: Commencing at Grouso Creek, Box El
der county: running in a northeastern di
rection to Rosette. Utah; thence duo cast
to head of Bluo Creek; thenco eouthcast
to Colllnston: thenco south on the O. S. L.
railroad to Salt Lako City: thenco south
from Salt Lako City on tho San Pedro,
Los Angeles & Salt Lako R. R. to Nephl;
thenco south to Leamington, Millard coun
ty; thenco following the wagon road to
Oak City; thenco south to Holdcn; thenco
south to Fillmore; thenco south to Ka
nosh; thenco south to Pino Creek. Beaver
county; thonce south to Beaver: thenco
south to Paragoonah; thenco southwest to
Parowan; thenco southwest to Summit;
thenco southwest to Cedar City; thenco
southwest to Kanarra; thenco southwest
to Now Harmony; thence duo cast to tho
county lino between Washington and Iron
counties to Kane county lino; thenco duo
south between Kano and Washington
counties to a lino directly west of Mt.
Caramel: thence running directly to Mt.
Caramel; thenco cast to Alum; thenco
north up Parla river to Plenryvlllo: thonce
northcost to Escalante; thenco east to
Boulder Creek; thence north to the head
of Boulder creek; thence northeast to tho
head of Pleasant creek; thenco northeast
to Kanesvllle; thenco north to Emery. In
Emory county; thenco northeast to Fer
ron; thenco northeast to Castlo Dalo;
thenco northeast to Huntington; thenco
northeast to Price, thoncu northeast to
Smith's wells; thenco northeast to Fort
Duchesne; thenco north to White Rock;
thftnon nnHhnnot tn T-Tn 1 lavll In tliniinn
north to the State line; thenco following
tho State line around to Grouse Creek on
tho west to tho place of boglnnlng.
Order of tho Board: All sheep must bo
Inspected and receive a certificate of In
spection before crossing said quarantlno
lino from tho winter rango to tho spring
and summer ranges.
When any sheep shall become Infected
with scab or any other Infectious or con
tagious disease, the owner or agent In
chargo must Immediately notify tho Stato
Any person who violates any of the pro
visions of this act, or who disregards any
order or direction niudo by tho board In
accordance therewith shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall bo pun
ished by a lino not exceeding $300, or by
Imprisonment not exceeding six months,
or by both such flno and Imprisonment.
(Signed) JOHN C. SHARP, President
JESSE M. SMITH, State Sheep Inspector.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP H
Consult County Clerk or the respecttv H
Signers for further lnrormatlon. I I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- 1
bato division, In and for Salt Lako cbun I
ry, Stato or Utah. In the matter of the I
catato or Jesso D. Hawkes, deceased. I
Notice. , I
Tho potltlon of Jc3so B. Hawkes, pray- f
Ing ror tho Issuance to hlmseir or letters 1
or administration in tho estato of Jesse D. 1 f
Hawkes. deceased, has been set ror hear- ) 1
ing on Friday, tho 25th day or March, A. I I
D. 190S, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county S
courthouso. In the courtroom or said c
court in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- fi
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho ' I
seal thereof affixed, this 12th day of f
March. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, 1
rsoal. Clerk. ?
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk, ?
A. L. Hoppaugh, Attorney for Peti- , S
tloncr. t!054, g
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT ; I
court, In nnd for Salt Lako county, State. , R
or Utah, Department No. 1. In tho matter h
of tho estato of James Hlgglns, 'deceased. c
Notice. o S
Tho petition of Maiiala Hlggins and f
Robert Elwood, prayJng for tho admission. j I
to probate of a certain document, puf- J
porting to bo tho last will and testament I $
of James HIgglns, deceased, and for tlio
granting of letters testamentary to them- , 9
selves', has boon sot for hearing on Friday, ti
the 25th day of March, A. D. 190L at 10 ' ' ;
o'clock a. m. at tho county courthouse, in 1 L ft
the courtroom or said court, in Salt Lako
city, Salt Lako county, Utah. i 9
Witness tho clerk or said court with th I 'i
Boal thereof affixed this 9th day of March, i 1
A. D. 1904. 1 1 .
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. I -1
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. , I I
J. H. Bailey, Jr., Attorney for Poti- I I
tloner. t751 I . I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- I S3
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun- I B g
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter or tho I BP
estate of John Johnson, deceased. Notioa. I I t-
Tho petition of Anna M. Johnson pray- 1
ing for tho issuance to herself or latter
or administration in tho estato or John B
Johnson, deceased, has been set ror hoar-
Ing on Friday, tho 25th day or March, A. '
D. 1504, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho county . g! '
courthouso, in tho courtroom of said I I'l
court, in Salt Laic City, Salt Lake coun- 1 H
ty. Utah. M
Witness the clerk or said court with tb ' B '
seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of March f -
A. D. 1904. 9
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ' "
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. B
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti- fl
tloner. t7M g .
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-
bat3 Division. In and for 8alt Laks coua; J .
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tlrn if
estate of Francis J. P. Pascoc, doceased. jlll
Notlco. ; J
Tho petition of J. M. Thomas, executor flj
of the estate of Francis J, P. Pascoc, do- III
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final J Lllj
account of said executor and for tho dlo- llljj
trlbutlon of tho reslduo of aald estate to i 8IJI
tho persons entitled, has been sot for hoir- H,
Ing on Friday, tho IStb day of March, A. j Wilt
D. 1901. (it 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county7 IfcH
courthouso In the courtroom of said court, i f.
In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako county, Utah. I ii
Witness tho clerk of said court with tha B?
seal thereof afflxod this 4th day of March, i
A. D. 1901. if.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. f .
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. tZTS X j
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DIB- K
trlct court, In and for Salt Lake oouqty, ,. JB
Stato of Utah. Department No. L In tho i f
matter of tlio estato of Thomas Smith, do- m I-i
ceased. Notice. I M
Tho petition of Susan Smith, praying I I
for the admission to probato of a certain I
document, purporting to bo a transcript of I. 'Ii
the last will and testament of Thomas fli
Smith, doceased. and for tho granting of n yv
letters of administration with will an- 1 Sf
nexed to J. A- Goodhue, has been sat for 6 1
hearing on Friday, tho 25th day of March.
A. D. HOI. at ten o'clock a. aa., at tho 1 J 3
county courthouse, In the courtroom of f
said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lak4 I 1
county. Utah. I
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with tho I
seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of ;
March. A. D. 1904. I J
Scat. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. j
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. j ,
IL J. Dlnnlny, Attorney for Petitioner. J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- !! Ij
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun- ! J
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho . )
estate of Damon G, Tunnlcliff, decoascd. i
Tho petition of Georgo D. Tunnlcliff. 1 i
executor or tho estato or Damon G. Tun- '
niclifT, deceased, ror confirmation of tha .
salo of tho following descrlbod real cs- ; -
tato of said decedent, to wit: A part of 1
lots threo (3) and four (4), In block threo I J
(3) , plat "B," Ogdcn City survey, begin- 1 1
nlng at a point seven (7) rods and five (5) ' In
feet north of tlio southwest corner of said I J
lot threo (3), running thenco east nlno (9) III
rods and eight (8) feet; thenco north four I I J
(4) rods; thonce east two (2) rods; thenca I j
north forty seven and one-half (47V) feet: i II
thence west three (3) rods and eight (3) I b
feet; thenco south fif,ty-slx (50) feet?
thence west one hundred and thirty-two- ;
(132) feet; thenco south flfty-sovcn and j
one-half (57V9 foot to tho place of begin- , I
nlng, situated In Ogdcn. Weber county,- j J
Utah, for tho sum of $3500.00. and upon tho i I
following terms, to wit, cash upon con- i
tlrmation, as appears from tho return of: f
Halo, filed In this court, has been sot for 1 I. ; 1
hearing on Friday, tho ISth day of Marolu If 1
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a, m., at tho coun- B
ty courthouse, In the courtroom of sold , R I
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- Ij
ty. Utah. & i
Witness the clerk of said court, with th ' .
seal thereof affixed, this 1st day of Marcli, i ! 1
A. D. 190L JOHN JAMES. ' 1
Seal. Clerk. . I . ;
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk. i 1
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Poti- . j
Uoner. tS3 J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- I If I
bato division, in and ror Salt Lako coun- W
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter or tho j if BJ
estate of Damon G. Tunnlcliff, deceased. j ft
The petition of George D. Tunnlcliff, ' ffi
oxecator of the estato of Damon G. Tun- BH
nlcllff, deceased, for confirmation of tho
salo of the following described real ea- j BB
tato of -said decedent, to wit: A part of BJ
lots three (3) and four (4). In block forty- i
flvo (45), plat "A." Ogdcn City survey, and, f BH
described as rollows. to wit: Beginning- i
nt a point four and 15-100 (4.19) chains I I , 1
north of tho southwest corner of sold ! BB
block forty-fivo (15), running thenco north jHj
three (3) rods; thenco east nineteen (19)' i I ( ;BB
rods; thenco south seven (7) rods; thence , ,j
west nine (9) rods; thence north four (4) I . , ;
rods; thenco west ten (10) rods to thu j J MJ
place of beginning, situated In Ogdcn, Wn- i I , -
ber county, Utah, together with all prlvi- , i HJ
leges and appurtenances belonging mere-
to. for the sum or $2500, nnd upon the u ilBl
following terms, to wit, cash upon con- B. !
firmatlon. as appears from tho return of R ;ffl
sale, filed In this court, has been sot for , if tfflj
hearing on Friday, the ISth day of Marcli, I . I ' H
A. D. 1004, at 10 o'clock n. m., at the coun-
ty courthouse, in the courtroom of said i II ' H
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- if '
Witness tho clerk or said court, with tho L ' il
seal thereof affixed, this 1st day of March, 1 U H
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, i 11' .
Seal. Clerk. I ;
By David B. Davics, Doputy Clerk. 1 if H
W. R- Hutchinson, Attorney for Poll- 1 If ' JH
tloner. tS3 ' jf I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PJtO- ! f i ' tH
bato division, in and for Salt Lake coun- HJ
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho i fi, (jHjl
estate of Jonathan M. Williamson, dc- i Jf , iflM
ceased. Notice. I (a B Bfl
Tho petition of Boyd Park, tho surviv- i )
ing executor of the estato of Jonathan M. ! ? 9B
Williamson, deceased, praying for the act- L (fll
Ueraent of final nccount or said executor. I IfVJ
and for acceptance of the resignation of ' B1
said executor, has been set for hearing- HH
on Friday, the ISth day or March, A. D. ,bVI
1904. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county . LMBJ
courthouse. In the courtroom or said I '
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun- fH
ty. Utah. ;.
Witness tho clerk or said court, with th ! i fH
coal thereof affixed, this 2nd dav of t
March. A. D. 1301. JOHN JAMES, ' ' 1
Seal. Clerk. I I JJIBBBl
By J. U. Eldredgo, Jr.. Doputy Clerk. 1 ilnBBBBBBBl
Henderson, Pierce, Crttchlow & Bar- ' I l-BBBBBl
rcttc, Attorneys for Petitioner, u. 1 '