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t S3 IKB TRtSUKE: SUNDAY MOIUsTNG, MAY 8, 1904, 15
With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. 1
tGI3j i tklow Point
iSl.vrs Were the Smallest in Years,
2mZx Bein? but 40,000
B May 7. New high
JL JB aln recorded by
.... tf ,lr statement of the
...VtL J" , Loans showed
'I fS now reached a grand total
lb H4VS Tho loan Incieaeo Ih largo
.WSu ek's operations in con
i Jfcth tho Panama payment and
I .iBr i citv bonds.
milng on the stock exchange
' Cufiwirt -hares, as compared with .3,400
Pilous low record of the
i. hich woa a "v,c-nour
-ftrt iollnss rovcalcd a condition oP
. Sfallr-cqual to that which prc-
ApiAvMra th? Northern Securities do-
SW,taW down and has not been
WUM,VfJnnv rears previously. Many
Vjfl-JBffi prominent stools In the Mat
BUtlnca Prom unt(1 noar t e
iSrSRwW market, and (hen were only
Sft low of ICO shares. Prices
Alu2SSi" Inanition, and.no regard
OlWfeSSJScmffi It-elf was of only
MUwffffNt. a the large changes shown
0' ' iKirfjus items were pretty accurate-
-K Ti e depletion of S10.420.CC0 in
T ri- K reservo still leave that item
Compared with S10.O79.825 on
i?',6fSf list year- and $3,4S1.0CO two years
"!flK?!nru jj no constriction of money
8R bicrests showing, but tho state
T'jSs a ratlior pronounced process
Epttion of the. plethoric oondltion of
K'hjth v cash reduction through
Trxi exports and by loan expansion,
wmfr.t of capital thus offected, as
LjV'rrYork City bond issue this week
Japanese loan to come, gives somo
inn the Idleness of largo amounts
B-'ttl wblch has shown rlgns of somo
Jlaj for outlet 'in the railroad bond
u'ntureof tho financial markets this
k'fcu been the abundanco and eheap
itfwntyand tho neglect, verging on
rffca, of tho markot for securities.
slltuit advances and declined from
to diy have not been sufficient to
t ti& level of prices as much aa a
i'mr from last week's lovol at any
- --nnnt Mr a few stocks. Tho offect
"AH-'iKteasoiliscouraBlnB to operators tliat
professional traders have almost
"vCBteAl their effort?.
' "Kijyttlns of the week found the Lon
fjSBcKi exchange closed for u holiday,
&uBm Russlar reverse on tho Yalu,
fiiflBrr)cft would accept tho news of tho
"fet a feellrur of uncertainty as to how
jQnaBurktt would accept the nows of tho
Russian roverse on tho Yalu.
mi came to hand after last week's
Erof tho markets. Attention later
ccwnirated on the largo operations
fcfoln the money market. Uio con
K3C( which and their effect of money
inltfJ before entering on uny com
kuLt. The most Important of these
kS Intnedlatc bearing on Now York
fctt steps toward effecting- tho Pana
sil purchase and the sale of a $37,
pteck of N'ew York City bonds. The
fcstJa in tho Panama canal trans
m have bran largely cleared up by
wits from Government officials and
Rilorgan, whose firm has been in
wbrfho Govornment with carrying1
Cdtall? of tho oporatlon.
eErtlflration from the Secretary of
iraFjrj- of a call upon Government
piotojilorles for 10 per cent addition
wratn&'U deposits on Mav 10 and an
pswn of a later call in Juno for a
f'5 rr cent had a bearing on tills
psaion, being dtslgned to ropienlsh
lg"""nent a working balanco from
I2'j,.oncount of -lie Panama ca
iTh,e "ect oC thcso devcl
BbJt. r ,sf patc tno Pectntions of
Eln .,.U, mon.ey arkot from
of this operation. Tlie plan to
riSJ2nlil,t ,n Paris ,locs away
R1.11 left on deposit for
bthl m!.lMk, ba,lks and avail
L tLmo,ncy m:irket here.
RS?S.iitCa,l,.V,L011 th0 banlcs for
Pos!tB will have the practical
Fcnaso price for the canal from
Na ihJ?n u contrary to tho ex-
PltXfJS. mtuil from the ,dle
Mwh thn"y lnu,K replenishing
h TU Mi? 0pen market supply of
Win ,lrtme,aso whch has do
foVnmorMa money markets
'iS0T,Payment fl,st cam up
EViune or 1.1 isl" "'e method.
I tfi &2L hew York city bond
llft' block eer of"
rffst t aa ecl"ally without
r2n l,h0 market. This op-
aft-ordwi Ir lbj ,reaa0n of th
itasli in P.f abumlance of avail-
ffi ?Vlllcr b0nd3 and
hi' &i ovcr thfc lr
Fr the betfn as Indicating
fetr.t demand th out,ooli
lu fe'i. $ hc KO.OM.000
f th Rucm? d,IreclIP. and the
thcr or if, 'an loau Paris de
liincial world ncerValntlcs bcforo
to rclltvn m,7 ?C ,JaPaneso gold
Rwounnes11 frm tho ln-
activity u Vid4,nco of declining;
ft the Vnin1., 'mportant factor
-1 Is home m h,11.1? grilles mor
kaak cImSK.1 b lile declining vol
N f. which Is extelKllng
rutricUon t Fi0 ln cntrat to Us
5tSS?l?nth 0!t!,rlI3 arc oxpnndlng.
fl'Oelttllv 1 ron .n,ld tt?el. but
1 taeaaui .llhe ,n volume or
Sb7&lfr the KbrlnkaBe In
S'lutM makJ' number of llablll
1th lQs?v!ran u,n'nvornblo com-
Suft'wtloa. B fa,lurcs attracts
L0BUt-okOfaMnnhithc ,ron and steel
S wvallimr ,iim,)rtant innuenco
Rllon Th ln??3 ad liestitatlon
S?1' fcave hrtn-3tocks conversion
r&id fr,ri- 1 McurItios.
.h'I. and )? i? traffic from lost
lfePeihrc,h'K,h lel at which
a the W,n- strlko of
byinrl cct .The for
! S.s of h i1 Harrlmau of hln
'ES lr?yi"9nM and Indtii
fa'Sjns IrfliijS?91 .and Southwest
Vraed (oC ,n th? market.
8l? l rQakmtr10,,?8 mlckly. Tho
ujg IrJluence m" .i,0 cr.P region an
t4,D has nlhc at0ck market.
fteS88 PrVed Gt,mulat-
l1? fSnScS" hfts beon
fei?,t dtmard hrP'if ' but largo
Xew York KUc
4- San Francisco j-ji'Q I
4- Xew York exchange .&B-i.C5 -k-
4- N'ww Y'ork exchange.. 512.S7y.W13.12Vi 4
444 4 444-44-44 4 444
pon, the 2s and tho old 4s and tho new
Per cent on call during tho week.
NEW1 YORK BOND LIST.
U- S rcf L's rcg.,.10i Manhat o c- -iq insu.
U S 3a rcg... ioa 3st lnc ic
L S n is reg.... if K & T 4s Hil
U S n -la coui)...132Vi 2nds
US old 4s coup. 107 N Y G g 3As... OU
Atchison gen 4s.lOO?i N J C gcii s 130
Jidjusiment 4k. 91 Nor Pac 4s mi
Atlantic C L 43. 93 Nor Pac fc.-.'TCVi
S f. 9. MTfc N & W con 4s. 97
Cent of-Ga Cs . 94 pa conv 3s M'2
C c- n ii;; ,D?' Reading gen 4s. W "
P p JX 3ii?- ' 1 "ft St L & S F fg 4s S21
CM tt i v-,f St L S'weat Lsta. 915?
r jv vt 1 P "l3 10 Seaboard A L 4s. 6Sy-
ooi P R So RJ' Kb 115
C C rl r -,Sli Tox & P ls8....118
Chi S-LJFr r5sJW;S T St L W 4s. 70W
Coirlh ,43'-- SA?i Union Pnc 4s.. ..105
cohf a S3 u p cnv -la.... w4v
ri RiG s w Wabash Ists ....llo(
iwS r,0rJl 4"' M Wabash dob B.. W
L & IS unl 4s.. ..ioi '
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
1 irJfc:.":: 7W 7211 7:
r&bE3'i 7f ol
Canadian Pacific . - ijjrj?
Central of N J ti'f
Chos & Ohio JJiu
AUOn- 1W SS" "
Chi Term & Trans. '. ru
preferred """ i'1,
c c c & st Louis ;;;; 7?
Colo Southern 100 , 15 a5 36vi
1st preferred a 62 G2lt 62Vi
2nd preferred o-.
Del & Hudson .. . g
Del Lack & West ',
Denvor & R G u??
preferred- ' ""
E.rio 1.3 25 24i
1st preferred 4CO 17
2nd preferred 200 S8?i rs; jsvi
Hocking Volley .... w g Ivt
.Preferred .. wo 7Si 78?i 78i
Illinois Central .... lOO 230'i J30Vl 130
Iowa Central . jg
K C Southern " g
Louisville & Nash.. 100 103 Iffi" 107a:
Mojihattan L m H3',4 14.1 Vi
Metropolitan S 75
-iciropoin.an Ht ny. i.iki 109 10S& 10SW
Minn & St Louis j-
Minn St P & S S M. 10 61l 61-ii 61
Missouri Pacific ... 9)0 D155 DIVi 9lai
Missouri K & T " 17 u
preferred 100 SSVj V,L
N It R Mex pref jk
N Y Central 115
Norfolk fc West ...
Ontario & West 200 215& 21. l't
Pennsylvania .. .... 3,900 111 mil 114
P C C & St Louis Gf.
Reading 300 Wj 434 4.1
1st preferred 75
Rock Island Co 1O0 23 221 22'A
prefcrrod 700 G7 f6Vi GOV-
St L S F 2d prof. 100 47 4754 4V
St L Southwestern yjfc
preferred .. -. 3
Southern Pacific ... l,3fO 47 47fe 47
Southern Ry 'j)c
preferred ICO W3 S3i S3A
Texas & Pacific 22-&
Tol St L & West.... ICO 2Si 23i 25
preferred 2CO RS4. ZS
Union Pacific 2,300 SW, 8414
preferrcck 000 9114 91Va Ul
preferred .. ...1. 37a;
Wheeling & L B icy.
Wis Central 1714
Mex Central 200 7Vi 7U 7
United States 103
Wei 1b Fargo 205
Amnl Copper 2.600 47Ti 47 47V
Amer Car & Found. ici
preferred ,. 70'
Amer Cotton Oil ' : 29
American Ice 200 CTft 6T& C?l
Amer Linseed Oil s'
Amer Locomotive .. 200 19 19 1S!6
proferred , & "
Amer S & R 3"i) 49 49 4ST6
preferred 100 95', 95Vj 10-
Amer Sugar Ring.. 200 127 1ZT 127
Anaconda M Co 100 7G 76 75
Brooklyn R T .. 2,4X J?S 454 Vz
Colo Fuel Si Iron 1 .... nii
Con Gas 1,400 2CG4 20S 203
Corn Products 12
preferred 200 70.. 70 70
Distillers' S 22
Gen Electric li8
Internnt Paper 11
preferred 1 )C
Internal Pump 3SVj
preferred 100 70 7fi 73
National Lead 1,703 15 IS-! 18
North American 84
Pacific. Mall 2jS
People's Gas 97
Pressed 8teol Car... 26
Pullman Pal Car 210
Republlo; Steel C'.
preferred 900 41 AV& 41
Rubber Goods ICO 16 10 'laVj
Tenn Coal &. Iron.. CO 33 : 35 31
U S Leather ICO C 6 6
preferred " 100 70-A 79 79
U S Realty C
preferred .. 2CO GO W 57yi
U S Rubbor l.WO 10 1G ir.
preferred '1,800 G6 G4 bN
U S Steel l.SOO 10 1H 10
preferred 3,000 15 C5i T5
Westlnghonso E .... IK
Western Union 200 S9 9 SSTl
Total sales for the day, 40.C00 shares.
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON. May 7, Today's state
ment of the treasury balances ln the gen
eral fund, exclusive of tho 3150.000,000 gold
reservo ln tho division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balance, 5217,770.249:
Monoy and Exchange.
NEW YORK. May 7. Money on call,
nominal: no loans.
Time loans steady; for 3lxty days, 2
per c;nl; for ninety das. 2 per cent; for
six months. 3',4C per cent.
Primo mercantile paper, 304 per
Sterling exchange nteady. with actual
business In bankers' blll3 at 54.S7 for do
mond and at $4.S5 for Glxty days.
Posted rates, U SSVi-'g'i.SS and $4.83.
Commercial bills, ;4.S1GI-Slit.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, May 7. A number of
small orders were placed In tho metals
today, but trade as a wholo partook of
the usual Saturday dullness and price
changes weit unimportant.
Tin was quiet and steady; spot, $27.75
.Coppor. continues thill mj u.rtchanEQlJ
Lako, fl3.r0: electrolytic, $12.12fvl3.25:
Spelter Steady, spot. $5.207?5,23.
Load Quiet and firm; spot J4.GOJ?4.0),
Iron Quiet and nominally unchanged.
Silver and rrafts.
NEW YORK, May 7. Bar sliver, 5a;
Mexican dollars, 43c.
.BAN FRANCISCO. May 7. Silver bars.
wc; drafts, sight, 2c; drafts, tele
Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, May 7. Tho atatoment of
averages of tho clenrlng-houno banks of
this city for tho weok, ahow:
increase . 5 90
Legal lenders " 75.041,'kO
Rt-aerve requlnd 252,923,20-)
Ex. U. 8. deposits 36.743.M0
Tho Financier says. "The utriklng fea
tures of the statement of tho New York
Associated banks last weok were still
hlener and most remarkable records for
loans and deposits; alBO on unusuallv
largo reduction in nurplus reserve Loans
wero expanded 321.393,203. relleotlng, as In
previous weeks, extensive corporation and
syndicate borrowing. Tho cash holdings
of those banks wore reduced bv JiJ,0S3,S0-l,
which reduction cloaoly corresponds with
tho avorago losses resulting from tho
movement of gold to Europo during tho
fortnight. Jess thn .nvirnm nC ilin n mnimt
of JnpaneBO gold which was transferred
hither from-'San Francisco la.st week. De
posits were Increased by $17,315,000, which
amount is $2,035,600 greater than tho sum
ol lncrcaso In loans, less tho decrease In
cash; consequently, tho statement does
"Tho required reservo was uugmcntod.
through tho increase In doposlts, by $4,
C3G.2G0, which Hum, added to the loss of
cash, makes ?0,250,0GO as tho decrease In
surplus reserve to 522,724.200. Computed
upon tho bawls of deposits, lew those of
$06,097,400 public funds, tho nurplus Is $3i,
748.550. Tho statement was mado on declining-
averages for cash, tho withdrawal
of ?l,500,000 gold Friday for Bhipraont to
Paris on Saturday, counting In tno return
for only one-sixth of tho amount
"Tho avcrago daily clearings wero $216,
OOO.KW. or $53,000,OM greater than in tho
previous week, reflecting operations Inci
dent to the expansion of loanp. Cloaringa
on Saturday, representing Frlday'3 busl
neFfl, wero $200,470,890.
"It may bo noted that that portion of
the Panama money which was withdrawn
from tho depository banks throughout the
country, under the treasury call of March
3, will bo turned over to tho sub-treasury
on Monday, through payment, by tho
Government, of $4O,0CO.000 011 account of
the Panama canal. This, however, will
probably not directly affect tho $32,000,000
of public funds In tho ten specially desig
nated depositories, for transfer will most
likely bo conducted by a bookkeeping
Imports and Exports.
NEW Y'ORK, May 7 Total imports of.
dry goods and gonoral merchondlso at this
port for tho weok ending today wail
valued at $U777,S69.
Exports of specie from Now Y'ork for
tho week wore $332,910; ftllvcr, $9,301,2
Imports of bpccIo at New York during
tho weok -were $107,774 gold and $36SS sliver.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW Y'ORK, May 7 Butter Weak;
fresh croamory, HQ'Mc; State dairy, com
mon to choice. 13'19c.
Egg Dull; Western storage selections,
lSUlSV-c; llrsts, 17yjlc.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, May 7. Growing wcatlior ln
the Southwest today was offset by retard
ing rains In the Red River valley. As a
result the wheat market has been equl
pose. Compared with last July wheat
shows a less of c. Corn is up $c. Qata
are oft lQiic and provisions 24W'10c.
A fair degree of tlrmness was displayed
at tho opening ln wheal, tho July delivery
bolng up a shade to J,Vcc at 86 to SGc.
The market still felt tho effects of yes
terday's oxtremcly bullish crop reports,
but the main elomcnt of strength was un
doubtedly heavy rains in tho Red River
valley, which would delay Btlll longer tho
already backward socdlng operations. On
tho small Initial advanco local longs took
profits, and In consequence tho market de
veloped an easier tone. There wore plen
tiful rains throughout the winter wheat
country, tho effect of which was to cn
courago sales for short account. Prices
held about steady until late In tho seeslon.
when roncwod profit tailing carried July
down to S5c. Shorts covered qulto free
ly on expectations of a bullish Govern
ment crop report on Tuesday. As a result
part of tho loss was regulncd. Tho market
closed steady with July at Clear
ances of wheat and flour were equal to
19S.500 bushels. Primary receipts were
170,000 bushels compared with 237,200
bushels a year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth
and Chicago reported receipts of 125 cars,
agnlnst 104 cars last week and 178 a year
Tho easier tone ln the wheat market had
a depressing effect on corn prices, but
there was sufficient aupport from pit trad
ers to prevent any loss. The close was
steady with prices at about the beet
figures of tho day. July oponed un
changed to a 3hndo higher at 4S to 19lp
4Sc, sold between 4S and 4Svic. closing at
the top. Local receipts wero 201 cars, with
fourteen of contract grado.
Selling of the July option by pit tradorn,
under tho leadership of a prominent long
caused a small dccllno In oats. Aftor
opening unchanged to o lowor at 3S; to
38c. July sold batween 3SH and 3Sc,
closing at SSV&nsSvic Local receipts wero
The feature of trading in provisions was
the .idling of July lard by a leading pack
er. The market was poorly supported, and
in consequence tho entiro list Hhowcd a
Blight decline. July pork closed 10c lower
at $11.57. July lard and ribs wero each
down 2c at $G.G0 and $6.64 respectively.
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2 .
May 91(, 91 90. 91
July (new) ffi 6 KJ 6
July Cold) 87 87 bCTa f87
Sept (old) 82 S2 82 82
Sept (new) ifl 82 60ft
Corn. No. 2
May 47 47 -itTft 47
July -1S 4St; 4S 4S
Scptomber 48 4Si . 47 4S
Oats, No. 2 "
Mny 41 41 41 41
July .. - as ,-3S 38 38
September 30 30 C0 30
Mess pork, per bbl.
July J1.7G 11.75 , 11.62 11.57
September 11.80 11.80 11.70 11.75
Lard, per 100 lbs.
July 6.G2 G.62 6.57 6.60
September '6.77 6.77 6.72 0.75 .
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.
May 6.22 6.23 6.22 6.25
July 6.45 6.13 G.40 6.42
September 6.60 8.00 6.55 6.57
Cash quotations were aB follows: Flour,
steady: winter patents, J1.701W.S0;
straights, $4.401 60; spring patents. 34.SOfl
4. CO; straights, $3,90ff4.70; bakers', S2.65W
3.30. No. 2 aprlng wheat. SSIIOjc; No. 3.
SOgOlc: No. 2 red, 31.02U1.04. No. 2 com.
4S4Sc; No. 2 yellow. r2'353c. No. 2
oats, 41JNlc. No. 1 flax seed, $L01;
No. 1 Northwestern, $1.03. Prlmo timothy
seed, $2.90. Mc3S pork, per barrel, $11.323
1L37; lard, per 100 .pounds, $6.450.50; short;
rihs cldos llloosoX 2$J2'33.25; thort dear
(EGGS ARE UP AND
i BUTTER IS DOWN
Spring Chickens Are All Out Vege
tables Cheaper Flour Comes
' Down Further.
DAIRY productH, which had leen
quiet for ovor threo weeks, woke up
this week, and a omall shake-up
was experienced in tliia market.
Eggs went pp to $5.75 per cafle, and butter
went down to 21 cents per pound.
Poultry has also undergone a slight
change. This is owing to the fact that
spring chickens are practically out of tho
market Tho next ones that will come in
will not do so until June, and they will
bo so email that they will only bo good
for brollor.s. Eastern poultry was tho
ohlcf feature during the early part of the
week, but later horn products camo Into
tho Held in greator quantity.
In fruits the leading foature of the woek
was tho improvement In strawberries.
The price of those Is still $2.t0 per crate.
Utah rhubarb Is down to 2 cents per
Now potatoeg, which arc bocoming
moro plentiful, are now sold at 6 cents
per pound wholesale, Instead of $1 50 per
box. Utah radishes are down to 15 cento
per dozen bunches, and tomatoes to $3.50
por crate. Vegetables generally avo get
ting mor plentiful and cheaper.
There was no frosh feature in tho fish
markot yesterday. The wholesalers wero
sold out early, as Is usual on Saturdays.
Salmon has been a little ncarco all the
woek, but larger consignments are ex
pected on Monday.
The expected drop ln the prlco of flour,
which took place on Friday has been ta
ken further by one of tho largo commis
sion houses of tho city. This firm Is Fell
ing high patent at $2.65 per hundredweight
and bakers' No. 1 at $2.35. Oats have gono
up again, and tho lowest prlco Is $L70 per
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per balo 3 -303" .35
Alfalfa . ll.OOim.OO
Timothy, per ton, baled 15.00U16.00
Wheat, per bushel 1.005? 1 20
Corn, por cwt 1.400 1-45
Corn, cracked 1.455? 1.50
Oats . 1.702) 1.75
Rolled oats 1.7&3 1.80
Barley, rolled 1--J0
Flour, bakors" No. 1 2.355&2.40
Flour, straight grade....'. 2.451? 2. P0
Flour, high patent...., 2.6S5J TO
Graham flour 2.503 2 .0
Cornmeal l.SOf 2.00
Bran . 1.001.10
Bran and ahortn 1... l.lfl 1-15
Dressed beef, per pound .07 .07
Dressed pork, per pound ..... .03
.utohbcu yoai, por jjonnu )r'rf
Droscd mutton, por pound.... .03
Dressed lambs, per pound....
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.00
, Spring lambs, quarter, retail... LOOS' 1.2o
Dressed hens, per pound.. .17
Ducks, por pound.. 17
Llvo poultry, per pound .1
Snnta Paula lemono, por box...? 4.00
Apples, per bushol l.tXVS-l.oO
Strawberries, por crato
Del Oro lomons 3.u
Ballctt lomons 4. CO
IIcwcs lemons ,2'
California oranges, por box 2.W33.CO
Figs and dates Cc, 8c. 10c
Utah rhubarb, per lb .03
Pineapples, per dozen 3.00
Limes, per 100 L50
Beet sugar, per ICO I .80
Cano sugar u-90
WIntor potatoes, per cwt.......$ 1'.75
Wlnningstadt cabbage, por lb.. .CH
New potatoes, per lb
Green peas, per lb -12
Beans, per box . l-.
Utah onlonn ?'S2S1-S
California onions 4.COff4.50
Cabbages, per ICO 3.0013.50
Parsnips, per 100 I.m
Green onions, por dozen .lo
Utah cabbage lettuce .30
Radishes, Utah .13
Tomatoes, per crato 8.50
Utah asparagus - .10
Oloomargarlne $ .13 .16
Buttor, por lb .21
Cheese, per lb .12
Egg?, per casu C.75
Fancy cheese, per lb .13
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per lb .07
Sweltzer cheeso, per lb , .18
Umburger cheese, per lb .15
Cream brick cheese, per lb.... .17
Edam cheeso, per doz 12,00
Salmon J .LI
Shad roe, per lb .25
Striped bass, por ib .15
Shad, per lb .12
Mackinaw trout .is
Soles, per lb .09
Flounders, per lb .CO
California smelts, per lb .12....
Codfish, per lb .13
Catfish, per lb .13
Perch, per lb '. .10
Lobstoro, per lb .ic
sides (boxed), $G.2GJJG,G0. Whisky, basis
of high wines, JL2S. Clover, contract
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrolK 20,900 1S.200
Wheat, bushels 22,000 17.SCO
Corn, bushels ......209.000 137,900
Oats, bushels 121.S00 119.000
Rye. bushels 1,000 10.000
Barley, bushels 38,700 1U.600
On the produco exchango today tho but
tor market was weak; croanuiry, 131fl8c:
dairy, 135jClo. Eggt weak, lS'lGc. Choeue
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. Wheat
Steady; May. $1.26: December, IL26.
Barley Steady; May, $1.05; December,
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. Wool-Steady. Me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 205i
21o; light fine, l&5'17c; heavy lino, 14
14o; tub washed, DO-SClc
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. May 7. Sugar Raw firm;
fair refining. 3 3-lGfl'J7-32c; centrifugal, 93
tiit, 3 23-32c: molaaacJt suj;ar, 2 15-1&
2 31-32C. Refined firm; No. 6, $4.40; "No, 7,
$1.35; -No. S. ?4,S0; No. 9, $4.25; No. 10. $4.20;
No. 1L $4s2j Kc. 12, ItlDt No. 23, HJKf
14, $4,00; confectioners' A-, $4.65: mould A,
I $5.15; cut loajC and crushed. JC.tO; pow
dered, $1.&0; granulated, $4.S0; cubes, $3.03.
CHICAGO. May 7. Cattle Receipts, VsO;
market nominal, good to prlmo steers,
$aC05J5.75; poor to medium, $3.&54.85;
Btockers and feeders, $3,COK4.E0; cows.
?1.7&5jy.40; heifers, r-'.2&lN.G0; canners, $1.75
4.40; bulls, J2.CO;jM.10; calves, $2.5O'5.06;
lexn fed steers, $4.0O1?4.6r..
Ilogs Receipts today, K-00; Monday, 33,
C00; market steady to 6c higher; closed
weak Mixed and butcher', $4.75fi4.S7;
good to choice hoavy, $4.Sftff4.95; rough
sai't"-031i"s50; Ucl,t' M-(W-S0'' bu'k oi
iiflccpRecPs, ; maricet nteady;
ia?-B.?-n-tcj,d-v cod to choice weUiers,
iil"!r2t'j,-faIr to choice mixed. $3,5051.50;
f. J!X!iA t'stern sheep, $4.C05JC,25; natlvo
5 ? J -V' clipped Western lambs.
V7&30.iG; wooled Western lambs, $5.00
pmYT, OMA"A. MV 7.-Cattle-Re-ce
pts ICO; market, nomlimllv steady; na
A MS?' 53-7C-K: cows and hclfei-s.
rn2 UHSS-".0.1?' --83.C0i Blockers and
feeders. $3.054.45; calves, $J.0035.CO; bulls,
fatags, etc., $2.75Tj4.C0.
Hogs Receipts, 70O-); markot, steadv;
ta'j LUy'''10W?lxod' 54.COTJ4.65; light,
rafe,?153' W-Wr-: b"lk ot' sales
SheeiH-Raceipts, GOO; markot, unohanged.
nf?S&? CIT.Y' 7.-CatUc-Re-2?'
,1?lU-1Tiaxkot' "nchangod; native
r' '-04u'j: "atlve cows and holfern,
$2.0")5I5.00; stockerK tfnd feeders. $3.25fi4.70
bulls. $2.Wff3.75; calven, $2.75flC.O, Western
stcora. 54.COfir4.7u; Western cows, J2.CO-84.40
Hogs Receipts, 4000. stoady; bblk of
sales. 4705J4.l2; heavy. $4.70-L&5; pack
ers $1.705?-I.S2; piya and lights, $4.004.70.
bheep Receipts, nono; nominally atcady.
London Wool Auction.
LONDON. May 7 Tho offerings at the
j 001 auction sales amounted to 13.173
. Tno domand was brisk through
out. Fine merinos and superior cross
breds showed a hardening tendoncy. Vic
torian combing greasy was in strong de
mand. American, homo and continental
buying took equal amounts. America also
bought crossbrodn freely.
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Galona Mine. Principal place of busi
ness, Salt Lake city; Utah! notice V
?JjteFu are delinquent upon tho following
described stock on account of assessment
No. 11 levied April 2. 1904. tho sovcral
amounts sot opposite tho names of tho re
spective shareholders, as follows:
qoiw0-! Shares. Amt
Albert Mayers 10) 2 m
31S Albert Mayers 2W 4W
33S Albert Mayers i -CO
310 Albert Mayers 50 J'oo
JJS5 Albert Mayers 100 0 GO
roo lbi'l. Mayers 300 cico
H23 P. J. RcckI jo "o
539 Maurico Loeb 500 loico
62j Julius Joseph j,ooo "0 CO
'It- cUTa JPal,in sw "c'oo
616 P. J. Rold 1 (f,
CGI 31. T Spencer SCS 17'sii
GS2 Jonas Joseph m
694 Albert Mayers, 94 "8
734 Maurico Loeb 55 i'io
7S Vu T'SPencer -.5,820 HGO
j94 Albert Mayers 100 2 00
929 Aaron Keysor 4,921 pj'4-
94S Aaron Koysor 2.10D 4 (n
96S Clara Little 333 6CG
WO Romania Little 333 G C0
970 Feramorz Little ai3 G 66
971 Decker Little 334 n'cs
1029 H. B. Koosor sco 10 ft)
11C0 J. and J. Joseph 4S9 9.7s
And In accordance with law and an or
der of tho board of directors mado April
2, 1904, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may bo necessary will bo
sold at the company's office, 617 McCornlck
Block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on tho 2Sth
day of May, 1901, at 10 n. m., to pay de
linquent assessments thereon, together
with the coats of advertising and expense
of salo. E. H. MEAD. Sccrotary.
Office. 617 McCornlck Block. v,719
OFFICIAL CALL FOB
Republican Third Judicial District
A Republican convention, In and for the
Third Judicial District (comprising Salt
3ake, Summit and Tooele counties) Is
hereby called to meet at Salt Lako City.
Utah, on May tho 16th, 1901, for tho pur
pose of nominating four candidates for
District Judges, and one candidate for
District Attorney, for the selection of a
district committee and for the transac
tion of auch other business aa may como
properly before tho convention. The con
vention will convene at 10 o'clock a. m. In
Judgo Morse'3 courtroom, No, ' ISO city
and county building. The Bald conven
tion shall consist of 155 delegates, appor
tion to the threo counties of tho Third
Judicial district on tho basis of ono dele
gato for every 95 votes or majority frac
tion thereof, that wore cast for Hon. Jo
seph Howell ror Representative on No
vember 4. 1902, ln said counties, respec
tively, to wit:
Salt Lako County 13,3S6 votes) 125 dele
gates. Summit county (1824 votes) 19 delegates.
Tooclo county (1036 votes) 11 delegates.
Tho respective county committees are
requested to arrange for tho election of
theso delegates by convention or other
wise, as may beat suit their convcnlenco.
By order of tho Republican committee
ln and for tho Third Judicial district
GEO. N. LAWRENCE,
PARLEY P. CHRISTENSEN. Scc'y,
Central Gold Mining Company. Princi
pal place of business; Salt Lako City
Utah. . '
Notice. Tliro are delinquent upon tho
followlng-dcseribed stock on account of
nsBcsuraent No. L levied on tho 3rd day of
March, 1&04, the several amounts set op
posite the names of tho rcspoctlvo share
holders, as follows:
Cert Name. Shares. Ara't.
2 F. N. Cameron 20.000 $200.00
6 J. W. Footo .20,000 yra.CO
8-a. j. veber sc.rra 110.00
17-John Tenant SSO 2 50
4S Gomcr Thomas 10,000 100.00
62 Carlo Delplaz 1,000 10.CO
G7-J. W. Footo 16,667 1C6.G7
P8 A. J. Weber , S.333 83.33
67 C. Boneltl 1,000 30.00
7C H. C. Smith 1.0CO 10.00
0 F. N. Cameron 34.C67 140.67
61 Allon Qorr 5.000 50.00
24 Carlo Delplaz I.OOO 10.00
And In accordance with the law and tho
order of the board of directors, mado on
tho 3rd day of March, 1904, so many shares
of each parcel of Block as may bo necea
aary will bo eold at public auction at tho
office of the company, room BIS Dooly
block, Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednes
day, tho 27th day of April. 1904, at 1
o'clock p. m to pay tho dellnquont aa
sessment, together with tho costs of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
MARK P. BRAFFET.
PBOBATE AND GUAUDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
siffnora for further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
Division, In and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. Tn tho matter of tho
estate of William H. Donncll, deceased.
Tho petition of Percy T. Sadler, admin
istrator of tho estate of William II. Don
noll, deceased, praying for tho settlement
of final account of Bald administrator and
for tho Bummary distribution of the resi
due of sold estate to tho persons entitled,
has been net for hearing on Friday, tho
20th day of May, A. D. 1104. at ton o'clock
a. m. at the county courthouse, ln tho
courtroom of aaid court in Salt Lako
City. Salt Iako county. Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed this 7th day of
May, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Price i McCrca, Attorneys for Peti
In the District Court ln and for Salt
'Lako county. Suite of Utah. Probate di
vision. In the matter of the estate of
Anna D. Hill, deceased Final account and
petition for distribution and discharge of
Tho potltion of Mattio E. McKay, ad
ministratrix, praying for a final settle
ment of her account and for a final dis
tribution and partition and for her dis
charge as such administratrix of said
estate, has been sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 20th day of May, 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m. in tlio county courthouse, in
tho courtroom of said court in Salt Lake
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Wltuc-is the clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this, the 7th day of
May, A. D. 150-1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Leo & Sweet, Attorneys for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako 'coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Thomas Home, deceased. No
Uco. The potltion of Solomon F. Kimball, one
of tho executors of tho estate of Thomas
Home, decoased, praying for an ordor to
mortgage real property of said decedent
and that all persons interested appear be
fore tho said court to show causo why an
order should not be granted to raortgaxe
so much as shall bo necessary, of the fol
lowing described real estate of Bald de
ceased, to wit: Tho south half of lot four.
In block seventy-three (73), in plat
"D," Salt Lako City survey. Salt Lake
City, Utah, improved with a small dwoll
lng house, and also for tho approval of
tho account of exocutor, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, the 13th day of May,
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the coun
ty courthouse, ln the courtroom of said
court In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun.
Witness tho Clerk of Fold court, with
iho seal thereof affixed, this 6th day of
May. A. D. 1904.
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
A. B. Sawyer, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
Division, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of John Johnson, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Anna M. Johnson, ad
ministratrix of the estate of John John
son, deceased, praying for an order of
sale of real property of said decedent and
that all persons interested appear before
the said court to show cause why an or
der should not bo granted to sell so much
as shall be necessary of tho following de
scribed real estato of Bald deceased, to
wit; All of lots 2. 3, 4, 5, G. 7, S and 9, ln
block 1, East Park subdivision, situated
lu Salt Lako county. State of Utah, and
sufficient cause being ehown to tho court
It Is ordered that Hatd case be and the
samo Is hereby set for hearing on Friday,
the 13th day of May, A. D. 1904, at ton
o'clock a. m., at tho county courthouse.
In tho courtroom of said court, ln Salt
Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
(Seal.) WILLIAM C. HALL, Judge.
Attest: JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By J. U. Eldredge, Jr.,
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys. w773
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court ln and for Salt Lako county, State
of Utah, Department No. 1. In the matter
of tho estato of August Lmd, deceased.
The ixstltlon of Oscar E. Lawronce pray
ing for tho admission to probate of a cer
tain document, purporting to be tho last
will and testament of August LInd, de
ceased, and for the granting of lettera tes
tamentary to himself, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 20th day of May, A.
D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m, at tho county
courthouse, ln tho courtroom of said
court, ln Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho clork of said court with
tho seal thoreof affixed this 7th day of
May, A. D. 1504.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Evans & Evans, Attomeyn for Petition
IN THE DISTPJCT COURT. PRO-
bate division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State oX Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of W. D. Palmer, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of J. W. Houston, tho ad
ministrator of the estate of W. D. Pal
mer, deceased, for confirmation of the
salo of tho following described real eatate
of said decedent to wit: Commencing at
a point S rods east of the southweet cor
ner of lot 2, block 85. plat "A," Salt Lako
City survey, and running thence cast 4
rods; thence north 10 r.ods; thenco west
4 rods; thenco south 10 rods to the placo
of beginning, situate ln Salt Lako City
and county. State of Utah, for tho sum of
$7325.03, and upon tho following terms, to
wit, cash upon confirmation, as appears
from tho rotum of sale, filed In this court,
ha3 been set for hearing on Friday, tho
13th day of May, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the county courthouse, ln tho
courtroom of said court, In Salt Lako
City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of May,
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephana & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COI7RT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah In the matter of tho es
tato of Richard Prldcaux, deceased.
Tho petition of Marlon Prldcaux, execu
trix or the estate of Richard Prldeaux.
deceased, praying for tho settlement of
final account of aaid executrix, and for
tho distribution of tho residue of said
estate to tho persons entitled, lias been
sot for hearing on Friday, tho 20th dav
of May, A. D. IfOi, at 10 o'clock a. in., at
tho county courthouse. In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of May,
A. D. 1304. JOHN JAMES. .
By David B. Davlos, Deputy Clerk.
Powoib, Straup Si Llppman, Attorneys.
ASSESSMENT NO. 11. 1
Galena Mine Corporation. Principal1
plac of business, Salt Lake City, Utah
Notice is hereby glvon that at a mcotlnir
of tho board of directors of Galena mlno
held at Salt Lake City, Utah, on tho 2nd
day of April, 1901, an assessment of 2 contn
pr Bharo was levied upon the capital
Block of tho corporation Issued and out
standing, payable Immediately to E, BL
Moad. secretary of the company, at hH
offlco, 017 McCornlck building. Salt lakf!
City, Utah. Any stock upon which thla
o'sonament may remain unpaid on the 7ti
of May, 1904, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for salo at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
Bold on the 28th day of May, 1934, 10 o
m.. to pay the dellnquont assessments
thereon, together with tho coata of adver
tising and expenso of tale.
uSU? J3. H, MEAD. Secretary.
PBOBATE AND GUAEDIANBHH1 III II
' y0!riCES- I
t?f.ul$ Countv dork or the respeetrr l if
rtgners for further Information. (I Jj,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT pro. IS III'
pita t nr AiiH.tttM-J,n tno matter of tho 1
Notice. Campbell, deceased. jj
The petition of William B. Stanly, ad- I 11
mlnlotrator. with will annexedT ot tha mMM
estato of Allen G. Campbell, deceased HI
praying for -partial distribution of th LH
"d estate to tho persona en- 1
tL! iV,a rte.SOTk f0r raUn5 n Friday.
thf.. 13th day of May, A. D. 1504, at tori IHH
p ciocK a. m, at the county court hous
Vn tho courtroom of paid court in Salt sUH
Lako City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court witn BH
tho seal thereof affixed this 30th day o IH
April, A. D. 1504.
(Seal-) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. IsH
By J. TJ. Eldrodge, Jr Deputy Clork IB
Sutherland, Van Cott & Allison. Attor- jH
neys for Petitioner. wlM
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, in and for Salt Lake county, State ftHH
fZ-JP.L DcPartmcnt No, lIn the mat
JLr,J& estato of George N. Dow, de
ceased. Notice. IgH
fftTHv,ptl.1Uon,of -'ee L Dow- Praying
H,MJ3.eJx.drn,aBlon to probate of a certain
document, purporting to bo the last will
??3ta??int ot Cieorgo N. Dow, de
?f,'nd for wanting of lottert
t mentPr to herself as suoh exooutrbc.
hrn-'vvUh?iiK,,ondB' ba3 oeon set for
5 n ilun Jlday, the 6th day of May.
tv ?;Mlvat 10 o'clock a. m., at the oourv
con?? fna S?vln the courtroom of nald
ty, Utah. ak0 Clty' Salt Lalt0 aoun IH
aelYi hSw,8,90rk o eatd court th
A. D. loot aitlxod' this 23rd day of April. jM
lBaJ JOHN JAMES, Cleric
ojtitg.& Loofbouro t0""r flB
diK.PFpT COURT, PRORJI
tat 0 rtah,-Irl the matter ocJM
DennIs a Elinor. 'JH
issuance to hcrr,H
ln tho ciH
; on Friday, the VM
D. ft, at ten o'clodH
dork of 4H
Straup & Lirl
for Pctltionor. ll
Samuel Fotls. dcdH
Tho petition of Potcr FoulH
to himself of WM
in estate H
deceased, has beon sot nH
v Ly- the 20th day of MaH
1J04. at o'clock a. m., at theH
the courtroom olH
court .In Salt Lako Clt Salt Lake Tl
L tali. H
Witness tho Qork of said court. wlH
MaySA Dllof ar,lxed' thls ith day H
M" t, ' J0HN JAMES, Clork. H
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. "H
Powers. Straup & Llppman, Attorneys M
for Petitioner. Tfj B
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court. In and for Salt Lako ennntv. stat H
of Utah.Departmont No. 1. In the mat- H
ter of the estate of Mary E. HllL de- H
ceased. Notice. B
Tho petition of Hermann Hill, rraylng H
for tho admission to probata of a certain IH
document, purporting to bo the last will H
and teBtament of Mary E. Hill, deceased. IH
and for tho granting of letters testa- IH
mentarj" to himself, has been set for hear- H
ing on Friday, the 13th day of May, 'A. jH
D. 1901, at ten o'clock a. m., at the countv jH
courthouse. In tho courtroom of aaid; JH
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- H
ty. Utah. H
Witness the Qerk of said court, with H
the seal thereof affixed, this 28th day of lH
April. A. D. 3904. H
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clork. SM
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. H
Henderson. Pierce, Critchlow Sz Bar- jH
rette, Attorneys for Petitioner. u3S07 lH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
divlrlon, in and for Salt Lako count'.
State of Utah. In tho matter of the es- H
tate of Letltla S. Kelsey, doceascd-No- H
Tho petition of Lewis P. Kelsey, admin- iH
lBtrator of tho estato of Letitla S. Kelsey. IH
deceased, for confirmation of tho sale of iH
the following-described roal estate of said IH
decedent, to-wlt: An undivided llvc-twen- fH
ty-fourths (5-21) Interest in tho Miners IH
Homo lode mining claim, known as Unltndi H
States lot 131, containing 5.501 acres, sit- H
uatcd4n West Mountain district. Salt Lako fH
county, Uuh, for tho sum of 316G6.C6; aud H
upon the following- terms, to wit: Cash il
upon confirmation, as appears from tho re- H
turn of salo, filed In this court, has been jH
set for hearing on Mondav, the 16th dav jH
of May, A.'D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at lH
tho county courthouse, in tho courtroom IH
of eald court, ln Salt Lake City, Salt Lake ll
county, Utah. H
Witness the Clerk of said court with IH
the seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of H
May, A. D. 1904. JH
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clork. jH
Lawrence & Shoup, Attorneys for Pcti-
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- ' 'IJ iH
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun- I ! I )tm
ty. State of Utah. ' I
ln tho matter of the estate of Tacy ' A '!
Ella Saunders, deceased. Notice. ' ,IM
The petition of B. F Saunders, execu- ' I .' M
tor of tho estato of Tacy Ella Saundern. , ' H
deceased, praying for the settlement of "1 1 !H
final account of said executor, and for 1 1 'I H
tho distribution of the res I dun j j
of aaid estate to tho persons en- I 1 iH
titled, lias been set for hearing on Frl- iNllf
day. tho 13th day of May, A. D. 1901. at 1 ' I ' , ifH
10 o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse. ,' '(tH
ln the courtroom of said court, In Salt . Ht. ( ''
Lako City, Salt Lake county, Utah. ' h '; m
Witness tho clerk of said court, with M ,1 '
the seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of ' i :
May. A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES,
(Seal) Clerk. !1 V lM
By Daid B. Davles, Deputy Cleric i j
Henderson. Pierce, Critchlow & Bar- ''' irB
rotte, Attorneys for Petitioner. w349 J. 5 H
ASSESSMENT NOTICE. I j i M
Good Hope Placer Mining company. Lo- '1 I H
cation of principal plnce of business, Salt ' h hH
Lako City, Utah. Notice la hereby glvon 1 Jl .
that at a meeting of tho directors, held ! )L H
cr. th 9th day of April, 3.5l. an asBesa- fl H
ment of three and one-half fl) cents per 'j
m'ickte was levied on the capital stock of
th? corporation, payable cn tho ISth day !'' !'
of May, 1904. to William F. Colton. troas- V .
uror, at his office. No. 304 Dooly block. 11
Salt Lako City. Uta'. Any stock upon j. 1
which this nsHCEsmt may remain un- ll'lc 1
paid on tho 19th ln? of May, 1501, will bo H
delinquent aud advertised for sale at 1
public auction, and unless payment In i ' ' tl
mudo before, will be sold on tho 11th day 1 : t' IH
of June, 19-31. at 33 o'clock noon, to pay '1 IWB
tho delinquent assessment, together with! 'I.TI
the costs of advertising and expenses oC ''M !
sale. WILLIAM F. COLTON. ' tl !
Dattxl April 15. 1901. j ' H
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. I
Hannapah Mining and Smelting Com- '' '
pany. Principal placo of business Salt , ' ,
Lake City, Utah. ' - J 11
Notice Is horcby. given that at a meet- i '
Ing of tho board of directors of tho Han- !r,'H
napah Mining and Smelting company, " Mil JM
held at tho otfico of tho company on the I'll
0th day of April. A. D. 1904. an assess- ' f
ment of ono-fourth () cent per sharo ' ' ;
wao lovied on the capital stock of tha ' J II
corporation lsBued and outstandtrqj, pay- ' ' , jl H
ablo immediately to V. E. Block, eccre- iH
tary of tbo company, at his office, 603 I H
Dooly block. Salt Lake City. Utah. ,
Any stock upon which this assessment 1.
may remain unpaid on tbo 14th day of iit.l
Muy. A. D. 1904, will bo dellnquont and llflVH
advertised for salo at public auction, and '' 'I TH
unless payment Is mado before will bo l!l Ivl
rold on the second day of June, A. D. I lltJI 'H
1904, to pay the delinquent assessment ((ll'l
together with tho cost ot advertising and m (f 'M
expooao of Bale. W. E. BLOCK. rff ' II I
ul&S Secretary, : !' ' '!' M