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?UESDAY MOEMXG, AUGUST 10, lOO-fc THE SALT LMU TRIBUNE. . ' PAGE seven H
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ayWithlhe Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers"
m f eOJfetriMed
it- Bine' Trend of Last Week's Prices
AKy.eloped Into a Strong TJp
s&fi? ward Movement.
""T YORK, A utr. 15. The creeping
iSlBnens of prices, which was the char
fU'e of last week's slock market, dc
ksW& lnt0 a slron a,,a comprehensive
I movement today- The volumo of
Kcllons rose above the previous to
Vany day during the present movc
ETho market was broad and the
wBfth and activity were well distrlb
dKpractlcnlly all divisions of the mnr
Karlns in the advance. Thero was
jBielllng to take profits during the
Mend constant reactions In conso
tjfe but tho manner of digesting this
.Ktaklng was more convlneing as to
KiiUh of the market than tho up
Krush of prices Itself, which ha
Kinder suspicion of manipulation and
Be -the skillful tactics of professional
Bora This suspicion has been of
,u K m keeping tho general public out
fft'ttading In tho droad that the pro
.Kuil operations would prove Impos
S ftXof successful completion and would
aVo collapse when tho iierlod to lake
jBj'was no important development In
cws today u' since tho close of tho
tV-iWit last week, hut the curly lone
Tconvlnclng evidence of something
R'crvBtalllzallon of confidence In tho
K of the market. Outside orders,
Ah commission houses, accumulated
Sunday were larger than heretofore.
' jn was also a buyer here to an 1m-
nt extent. London was reported In
confident mood over its money out
Iffi fry That capital was said to draw
VV Igury of a hastened peace In tho
V list' as a consequence of tho certain
Sfij tes to tho Russian naval force was
tsis nsls of growth ol confidence hore
OrVp ws quite clearly the faith that tho
-it. ry is to enjoy prosperous crops.
i Vcorn and cotton carriers showed
S, realest effects from this faith, but
niu ul. W 11 wheat carrier with a large
7?" c traffic In wheat, was not Included.
question of tho amount of wheat
was admitted to bo undetcrmln-
fts yet. but the high price promised
to crop was offered as providing an
- Ifor the shortness of the crop.
5 most aonspleuous feature of the
el, however, was Its diversion into
- 6W field of the trunk linos and coal-
. These groups have been compara-
ineglocted while the crops have been
t ralnknt Interest Good prospects in
teel trade have held Pennsylvania at
- ,'but the movement of these stocks
'seemed more to be ha.sed on as-
Hons of the good to come from the
- fito the whole country.
&i States SU-cl preferred was tho
'0t! IcuouS lapjard in the day's movc-
. This was presumably due to, tho
nal lit rumors of a purpose to cut prices
nlshed products with hostile Intent
ds the Independent companies.
J em Pacific was also tinder constant
'Cn ire to take profits and made its
-r- Bt prlc cn the running quotations
:!& t the openh B- The Metropolitan
;lons were feverish and irregular
3-t shout the day in spile of the violent
Jrr fice of lntcrborough transit on tho
-Kuinscttllng Inlluencc of theso exeep-
-mito the day s strength gained force
tho'amount of Helling for profits also
--nlahed the disposition of the profes
ar9la to support the market. This made
."Moshig easy at reductions running to
IfMht for the active stocks from the
Kprlces of the May.
Kds were Irregular. Total sales, far
f:ML,. ?I,775.0CO, United States bonds
Munchanged on call.
ZffsEW YORK BOND LIST.
rrffref 2s reg. 101 Manhat c g Is-.lOi
."ttfef 2s coup.l0f; Mcx Cent 4s .... tiT
-T s reg 10Hi 1st inc l-Bi
ts coup- - 103 Minn & St I. -Is. 9G
;r & 4s reg .SSI M K & T 4s.... 93i
J-' jn -Is coup. ISl 2nds 7S
ly5 (Old 4s reg.. 10GM; N R of M c -Is.. 76
old 4h coup 1061, N Y C gen 3s.
lson gen 4s lftj N J C gen 5b... 132
ustment 4s 05 Nor Pac 4s IQjVt
ntic C L Is. 100 Nor Pac 3s 71-Ti
-r- JO 4s lOSs N & W con -Is... 101
t 10 2Ms. . 04 O S L Is & P... &5'4
?.Pf ,fof Ga 6s.. HOVi Pa conv 3's.... DSj
Kf 'ilnc 83 Reading g in. ,, 99
10 41s ... 107 St L & I M c 5sJH! "
& A ZVj..... 78fe St L & S F fg 4s F3V4
ai j &. Q n -Is. 97-8 St L S'wcst 1st. &GH
. S&. St P g 4slflS Seaboard A JL. Is 75
:rp IN cou 73.... So Pac 4s 91
..-f IRs S34 So Ry f.s 117&
.-r H & P R 4s 73i:, Tex & P lats....llS4
54 fC St L g 4s 102 T St L & XV 4s. 73-,
& ffCTm Is. . 74 I'nlon Pac 4s....l05i
di MTob An. .. C5.i U P conv Is 101 "
iBS- & So -Is.... &l U S Steel 2d 5s. 7i
-5 :JR G 4s... inou. Wabash lsls ...117V-
'JPflor I 4s. 9S Wabash deb R. CO't
Jgtn 4s.. .5 XV & L E As,.... 01K
D C 1st 104 XV la Cent 4s.... w
iJa i-H Wife C F & I con os.. 72.
iml 4a. .101-i
sj JEW YORK CLOSING STOCKS.
.J- Sales. High. Low. Close,
lson .. 5,000 b-j:,A sin H-i
l:5rT(,d - -.300 ssy. 07's us
Itnore & Ohio 7.S00 i3'3 K
rfi red : .... !l0
T i?,,Rn PHclflc .. -1.M50 125H' 127. :27
it f.?i ?1.N J '-m lOo1 UK '
' hI9, 7'1M 31 37;i
f fcrreV10':.;.1:2?0 ! ffi'
mrT9l wtern.. 2,i66 15i iif, Q
?rl.hwpat4rn ftw 181 1S3 1S3
llJerm & Trans. KO 71A 'm. 7V.
MrrU t , VlfO I?'" 16 16V
lBomhern 0.) i& jr, '5A
rTed 2,800 52 HI Gl7
, ((.Preferred 2,400 29K " 2
Wck t West. . 1,000 272. 272Vf. 270
B r j H G "" 1 "
BF" 15JG0 2C 25V. 2574
1.prcferr,.(l ..7,900 CGVi fil'i 648
Jalley ?JW 73i 72 72
&."thern... . S00 224i 22'A 22".
SfcSt Ily.21,700 1241 122 14
EyrJci 1,100 131 130 ISO
-rM?Hrf Pacifie ...79.200 95 oi 95M.
ccnfe"fV;-"!'S S S S
yBferrcd Mt--; 3,600 C C3ifc C3' 1
iMKlvt.S yesteni' 4M06 31 3iv 3?ai
filTi, St LIs , ,l
Witter 1 29'60!3 5 55V4
fecial P I i
1 P If
'I W P 1
- SILVER. -f-
-f Now York 577e -V
-f- San Francisco ,.. !77fcc -f
-- Lpndon 20d -f
-f New York exchange S4.20ITI.25 -f
-f New York exchange 2.23'a 12.50 -f
' preferred 1.900 37 37 37
Wheeling & L E 14
Wis Central 700 IS 17 17
preferred 400 40V4- 40 39
Mex Central 11,500 10 10 10J4
Adams ' .... 225-
American .. -, 195
United States 103
Wells. Fargo 212
Amal Copper 79,100 54 54 5I,
Amer Car & Found. , 800 19U 19 19
preferred ' 200 79 7SV4 -7S
Amer Cotton Oil..., 300 33 32 32V5
preferred 4 .... 91',-i
American Ico 1C
Amer Linseed Oil 12
Amer Locomotive .. 4,300 22 21
preferred 200 89 S9; S7
Amer S &. R 3.400 60ys COW CO
Amer Sugar Rfng..C,lC0 131 133'A 133-
Anaconda M Co..... COO 73 73 73
Brooklyn R T 19,400 51 51 51
Coo Fuel & Iron..., 1,000 37 37 30,
Con Gas 1,900 196 193 196
Com Products ...... 2,500 J3 13 13
preferred 500 CS C7Vi CS
Distillers' S 22
Gen Electric 900 165 161 164
Internat Paper 60) 15 16 15
preferred 500 72 72 72
Internal Pump 32
National Lead 2,400 23 22 22
North American ... 400 S9 S9 89
Taclflc Mall D 23 28 2$
People's Gas : 3,300 101 101U 101 k
Pressed Steel Car.. 1,100 33 33V 33
preferred , 7C
Pullman Pal Car.. 211
Republic Steel 900 7 7 7
preferred 600 44 41 44
Uubbor Goods 17
preferred 200 79 79 79
Tenn Coal & Iron.. 1,700 45 15 44
U S Leather 700 7 7 7
preferred 700 85 Sl 84
7J S Realty .... 49
U S Rubber POO 19& 19 Vi 19V4
preferred 500 76 75 7p
U S Steel 900 12 12', 12V
preferred 49,000 00 59 59;i
Wcstlnghouse E .... 1,600 1C0 159 159V1
Western Union 89
Total sales for the day. 851,900 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Aug. 15. Bar silver,
G7ic. Mexican dollars, -15c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5.-SUver
bars, 57TfiC; Mexican dollars, 4Gc; drafts,
sight, 7c; drafts, telegraph, 10c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. Money on call
easy, 7flc; closing bid 1c; offered at lc
Tlmo loans easy, but dull; sixty days
and 90 days, 22Vi per cent; six months,
3 per cent. Prime .mercantile paper,
41(4 per cent. Stciilng exchange easy;
then firmer with actual business In bank
ers' bills at S4.SSfj4.SS.03 for demand and
at Si.85.fTI.S5.20 for sixty-day bills; posted
rales. SI.S6C4.S6 and $I.8S4.S3, commer
cial bills, S4.S4.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. Tin was a lit
tle easier In the London market, closing
at 122 for spot and 122 12s 16d for fu
tures. The local market Is meeting with
a very light demand and responded to
the slight decline abroad, closlnc quiet
at ?26.&G 26.95.
Copper was a little higher in London
with spot quoted at 55 17s d and fu
tures at 5G 19s 9d Locally Oopper was
steady and unchanged. Lake Is quoted
at S12.02. Electrolytic. ?12.50f? 12.62, and
casting nt $12.2.Vfrl2.50.
Lead was unchnnged at 11 ICs 3d in
London and at J4.20tz4.25 In the local
Spelter also was unchanged In both
markets, closing at 22 5s In London and
at JI.S5fil.P3 In the local market.
Iron was a little lower abroad. It
closed at 52s In Glasgow and at 43s In
Mludlcsboro. Locally iron was un
changed. No. 1 foundry. Northern, Is
quoted nt $14.00514.50; No. 2 foundry,
Northern, at $13.75fj 14.00; No. 1 foundry,
Southern, and No. 1 foundry. Southern
soft, at ?13.5013.75.
CHICAGO. Aug. 15. Cattle Receipts,
15,000; mnrkct stronger. Good to prime
fleers. Jo.OOS.SO; poor to medium, fl.OOff"
4.90; stockers and, feeders, $2.25fr4.00; cows,
$1.25-4. 25- heifers, $2 0034.7G; canners. SI 25
(J2.45; bulls, S2.O0fH.25; calves, $2.50fj0.00;
Western steers, ?2.75T4.35.
Hogs Receipts, 17,000; left over, S3S2;
market 10c higher. Mixed and butchers,
S5.10S5 10; good to choice heavy, J5.35S5.45;
rough heavy, SI.90JT5.25; light, J5.25go.55;
bulk of sales, J5.15J5 40.
Sheep Receipts. 1S.000; steady. Good to
cholco wethers. ?3.G0ffl.l0; fair to choice
mixed, $2.763.60; Western sheep. $2,75-05
1.00; native lambs, ?4.00G.OO; AVcslcrn
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 15. Cattle Re
ceipts, 6000; beat, strong; others, dull; na
tive steers, $3.75fj5.G5; cows and heifers,
$2.753.75; Western steers. J2.75fj3.75;
range cows and heifers, i2.Wfs'3.M); can
ners. ?1 252.00; stockers nnd feeders, J2.50
Q3.S5; calve, J3.00fj-3.00; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs Receipts, 5200; market 5fl0c high
er; heavy. Jl 90?(5.05; mixed. $4.95fiCi.0O;
light, J5.C5-fi5.15; pigs, Ji.6005.00; ' bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 50CO; market steady;
Westerns." i3.05fVI.20; wothers, J3.20f73.60;
owes. J2.751fC.35; common and slockora,
J2.CO1j3.40; lambs, J4.75(Jj6.00.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Aug. 15, Cattle
1 Receipts, 90CO; strong to 10c higher; na
tive 'steers, J3.75fj5.S5; native cows and
heifers, Sl.70fV4.85; stockere and feeders.
$2.50fj4.5; bulls. J2 25fJ3.rO: calves- S2.50fii
4.75; Westeni steers, J3.75fJ5.23; Western
UogH Receipts, 4000; market 10fV15c
higher; bulk of sales. J5.00fjG.15; heavy.
J5.00fj0.10; nackers, J5.00fJ6.20; pigs and
Sheep Receipts. 3000; steady; muttons,
J3.2o6T-4.CO; lambs. JI.COffC.00; range wethers.
J3.50fJ4.50; ewes, S3.00fj3.C5.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. IE. Wool Steady to
firm; medium grades, combing and cloth
ing. 20fJ25c; light fine. 16fj20c; heavy fine,
12S10c; tub washed, 22fj35c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK Aug. 15.-Sugar-Raw
firm; fair refining, a 11-lOc; centrifugal,
,56-tCBt. 4Vlc; molasses sugar, 3 7-lCc; ro
fined firm; crushed, Jo.t'OfV.; powdered, J5.30;
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. Butter Firm.
Strecte prices Extra creamery, 18c; offi
cial prices creamery, common to extra.
13lEc; Stnto dairy, common to oxtra. 12ffl
17c; renovated, common to choice, 10tfV15c;
factory, common to choice, U$fl3c: imi
tation creamery, common to choice
Kggs Irregular; Western fancy aolccted,
21c; Western average best. 19fj20c.
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN, 111.. Aug. 15. Butter advanced
,1c a pound on the Board of Trade today
being quoted at 18c Sales for tho dls
ulct were 763,800 pounds.
PRICES REM '
AS ON SATURDAY
Hens iArc Beginning to Lay, and
Eggs Will Soon Be Quite
The 'week opened with very dull trad
ing in the wholcsalo markets, as Is usu
ally iho case on Monday, and more espe
cially during the hot weather. Today the
market will be filled with fresh Utah
vegetables and fruits which arc right now
In their prime. There arc a few local
raspberries on the market, but they are
quickly disappearing. A carload ot
oranges arrived yesterday and canta
loupes are plentiful at J3 per crale.
Prices remained firm in eggs yesterday
and tho market was not well supplied,
but reports from tho country are to the
effect that the hens arc beginning to lay.
and eggs will soon be a glut on the mar
ket. A Inrge consignment Is looked for
todav, and early this morning the long
string of Tuesday's market wagons from
south and north will line up on First
South laden with tho yield of Utah's
There Is no Important change in tho
ruling prices, which are as followa;
Hay, grain and straw. Oat straw, per
bale, 3"'o2oc; alfalfa, J10.COS 10.50; timothy,
por ton, Paled Sll.00fJ15 00; wheat, per
bushel, 90efjl 00: corn, per cwt. ; J1.40J?
1.50; corn, cracked, J1.45fjL55; oats, 51.60;
rolled oats, 51.90; barley, rolled. S1.405145;
Hour, bakers' No. 1. J2.30. flour, straight
grade, $2.40; 'flour, high patent, J2.60; rye,
J2G0: graham Hour, J2.50g2.70, cornmeal.,
Jl.S0fil.9O-. bran, Jl.OOfJLlO; bran and
shorts, SI lOfJLlD.
Meats Dressed beef, pound, 5jCc;
di cased veal, per pound, 8c; dressed pork,
per pound, 7c; dressed lambs, per pound,
10c; dressed mutton, per pound, 6c; spring
Iamb, wholesale. J2.75; spring lumb. quar
ter, retail, Jl.00fjl.50.
Poultry Dressed hens, 17c; ducks, per
pound, 15fV16c; live poultry, per pound,
15c; frozen broilers, 22c; live broilers, per
pound, 50c. ,
Fruits Valencia organges, case, $4.00;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen, 75c5$L50; Utah
vatcrmelons, dozen. 75ofjJ2.50; Utah apri
cots, bushel, J1.25ffl 50; Utah raspberries,
case. J2.C0; Payetlo cantaloupes, case, J3.00;
grapes, case, J1.D0, Utah apploB, bushel,
Sl.00gl.50; Utah currants, case, Jl.25gl.E0;
Santa Paula lemons, box, Jl.50; peaches,
box, 50f'7oc; plums, box, 75c, case, J1.00,
Utah blackberries, case, $1.75; Utah cher
ries, pound, OflOc; bananas, per bunch,
J2.50; figs and dates, 5o, Sc and 10c; limes',
per 100, $1.50; gooseberries, pound, Sc;
Cears, $2.00; tragedy prunes, $1.75; dew
trrles, case, $2 00, Utah pears, box, $1.50;
California figs, box, J2.25; Hubbard
squash, dozen, Jl.50.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, JC.30; cano
Vegetables. Best marrowfat peas, bush
el, 75c; new celery, dozen. 75c; parsnips,
dozen bunches. 50c; California lettuce,
dozen, 50c; green corn cn cob, dozen, 29c;
new peppers, per pound, Sc; Utah sum
mer squash, dozen, 20c; Utah tomatoes.
75c a bushel; Utah cucumbers, doz., 10c;
yellow onions. 100. $3.00; vegetable mar
row, dozen, 60c: Utah cauliflower, pound,
5c: wax beans, per bushel, 75c; Utah cab
bage, per 100. $1 25; new potatoes, bushel,
75c; bunch turnips, por dozen, 15c; green
onions, per dozon, J2c; Utah lettuce. 12
fi20c, radishes, Utah. 10. pumpkins, dozen,
J2.00; golden tomatoes, pound, lc; Utah egg
Dairy produots. Butter, per pound, 19c:
checso, per pound, 10c; eggs, per case,
$6.50; comb honey, per crate, J2.76; swclt
zer cheese, per pound, ISc: llmburger
cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brick cheese,
per pound, 17c-, Edam choeso, per dozen,
Fresh Fish, Utah lake bass, 30c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; Utah cat
fish, 12c. halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound, 15c; ehad, per pound, 11c; Mack
inaw trout, 16c, mackerel, 13c; soles, per
pound, 9c; flounders, per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; catfish, per
pound, 13c; perch, per pound, 10c; crabs.
J2.C0; Spanish mackerel, 20c; walleyed
Meats. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse,
25c; pork, iLc. mutton chops, 10fj"15c; legs,
15c; spring lamb, per quarter, Jl.COfJl.50;
veal, 12fj20c: veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 18c': broilers, 35
(50c; turkeys, 25c; geese, 22c; ducks, 20c;
roast springs, 25c; springs. 35gC0c.
Fruits. Utah apricots, pound, 5c; Utah
cantaloupes, 10g20c. raspberries, McMil
lan, per quart, 20c; Utah apples, pound,
5c; Utah blackberries. 10c dewberries,
10c; currants, 10c. figs, 15g25c; water
melons, each, lOglOc; lemons, per
dozen, 25c; oranges, per dozen, 40g60c;
peaches, per pound. 5c; cherries, 10g20c;
Oregon cherries, 15c; bananas, per dozen,
SOc. pears, 3 pounds, 25c; limes, 2c; plums,
loc; gooseberries, per quart, 10c; La
fatte cantaloupes 17c, Utah watermel
ons. 25fJ50c; Utah cantaloupes, 15c; grapes
black). 12e; grapes (white), 12c; Utah
pears, lb.. 10c; California figs, lb., 20c.
Vegetables. Now celery, 2 bunches for
15c; Utah egg plant, l2c; parsnips, bunch,
5c; Utah peppers, 10c; peas, per
peck, 25c, green corn on cob, dozen
25c; vegetable marrow, two for 15c I
Utah summer squash, 3 for 10c: Utah
cucumbers. 4 for 5c; cauliflower, 7c. new
potatoes, per pound, ic: wax beans, Be
cabbage, per pound, Cc; turnips, per
pound, 2c; green onions, 2c; carrots 2c
beets, 2c; Utah tomatoes. 3 pounds for
6c; lettuce, 5c; California lettuce, 2 for 15c.
pumpkins, 20c; Hubbard squash, 20c
Dairy Products Butler, per pound, 25c
cheese, 12c; eggw, per dozen, 25c; fancy
cheese, per pound, 25c; comb honey, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, por pound 15c
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; llmburgor
chceBO, por pound, COc; cream brick
cheese, 25c; Edam cheese, ench, Jl 23.
Fresh Fish. Black baRs, 35o; salmon
17c; mountain trout. 10c; brook trout'
ench. 12c. Utah catfish, per pound, 15c
halibut, 15c; striped bass, 20c; shad, 15c
Mackinaw trout, 20c; soles, 12c; floun
ders. 12c; smelts. 15c, codfish, 15c; perch
12c, sturgeon, 15c; crabs, each, 2S7Y30e'
walleyed pike, 20c. u '
Grain and Provisions,
CHICAGO. Aug. 15. Wheat was nearly
crowded from tho spot-light area of spec
ulative Interest today by a drought scare
In corn. Wheat, however, as the result
of fresh reports of crop damage romalned
the chief attraction. September advancing
2c from the lowest point of the day and
finishing with a not gain of 2c. In corn
tho chlof trading was In tho now crop
deliveries. December closing with a net
ndvnnce of 252c, September corn
scored a net advance of l-Tfcc. Oats arc up
&c. Provisions closed 2 to 7c higher.
Tho wheat market was on e'dgo at tho
start and -susceptlblo to quick changes
In sentiment. Opening trades In Septem
ber wero made all tho way from Sl.OO'f,
to $1.01, belnic to c lower to hvUu
higher than tho provlous close. Somo of
tho left over bcarlBh sentiment of final
transactions of last week was still ap
parent In selling activity around tho bet
ter prices of tho opening rango. Tho rust
afflicted portions of Minnesota and tho
Dakotas wore also said to be growing In
area, tho damage belnn estimated at
from 15 to 20 por cent of tho average crop
In these acctlonB.
Under these bullish conditions, and with
smaller Avorld's shipments than antici
pated, the moat optlmlstlo bear appar
ently saw llttlo upon which to baso hopes
on. Shorts covered and continued to
cover at each succeeding advance In
prices, There wero realizing sales also
at each advance but tho offerings quick
ly melted under tho growing demand.
September climbed step by step to. JLQ3.
Sales by scalpers caused a. reaction In
the Soptombor option toward the close to
$1.02$?! .02. Tho strength, however, was
woll maintained at the end.
The amount of flour and wheat on pas
sage moving the past week showed an In
creaso of 496,000 bushels nnd the vlslblo
supply increased 450.000 bushels. Primary
receipts wore 1,346,000 bushels compared
with 07,000 bushels a year aco. Minne
apolis, Duluth and Chicago receipts, "S34
cars, against 352 last week and 369 cars a
A new nnd serious condition appears
to confront thn corn trade. Complaints
of backward growth and poor prospects
become so pronounced today that bulls
and bears bavc somo heca 10 them. Sep
tember started c lower to c higher at
53ff53c and advanced to 54c, tho clos
ing figure. Commission houses had largo
buying orders from Southwestern points,
where the dry. hot weathor appears to
havo created a sentiment bordering on
consternation. Tho npwara tendency was
most marked in prices for tho new crop
months, December starting with a 'gain
of HfPUc at 51c and closing at 53c, a
not gain of 2,42c. May sold up from
50 to 51c at the opening to 52c In tho
final trading, a gain of 2f,c. Local re
ceipts were !M cars, two of contract grade
Thero was activity In tho oats trade,
which shared tho strength of corn and
wheat September opened unchanged at
33c nnd advanced to 34c Somo Influ
entall selling by one or the spcculatho
leaders checked the advance and carried
tho Soptcmbcr price back to 34,c at tho
close. Local receipts wp.ro 522 cars.
Apparently nn effort was made to bull
the provision market at the start and
higher prices ruled A largo line of lard
was thrown on the market by ono of the
large packers and Its effect Was to stay
tho advance. Tho market held strong,
howovor, under liberal commission houso
demand, and tho closo showed a gain In
Scptembor port of 7c at $11.67, of 5c In
lard at JC.S2, and of 2c in ribs at
Estimated recoipls . for tomorrow:
Wheat, 261 cars; corn, 191 cars; oats, 511
cars; hogs, 19,000 head.
RANGE OF.'THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Cl06e.
Wheat No. 2
Sept (old) ....... 102 101 102 101
Sept (new) 10Ui 103 100!; 102
December 100i 102 99ft 102
May 102 101 101 101
Corn No. 2
September 53 51 53 54
December 51 53 513s 53
May 51 52 50ii 52-
Oats No. 2
September .. 33 31 31 34
December 3I& 35', 31 35
May 36 37 26 37
Mess Pork, per barrel
September - 11.70 11 .72 11 .60 11t67
October 11.82 11. S2 11.70 11.77
January ...12.92 13.15 12.92 13.15
Lard, per 100 pounds
September 6.82 C.S5 6.80 6.82
October 6.90 6.92 6.87 G.92
January 6 97 7.00 6.93 7,00
Short Ribs, per J00 pounds
September 7.47 7.47 7.42 7.47
October 7.47 7.47 7.02 7.47
January 6.72 G 87 6.72 6, $7
Cash quotations were as follows- Flour,
steady. No. 2 spring wheat, Jl.03fVl.0S;
No. 3. 93cG1.05: No. 2 red, J1.02fjl".03
No. 2 corn, 51c; No- 2 yellow, 66Wc No.
2 oats. 31fJ33c; No. 2 white, 34g35c;
No. 3 white. 31f?35c. No 2 rye. Stc.
Fair to choice malting barley, 40c, NlT 1
flaxseed, Jl.15: No. 1 Northwestern,
$1.23. Prime timothy seed, $2 90. Mess
rork, per barrel. SH.70tfll.75; lard, per 100
pounds, J6.75fJ6 77; short ribs sides
(loose), J57.37fV7.50; short clear sides
(boxed). JS.0OgS.25. Whisky, basis of high
wines, S1.2S. Clover, contract grade, $11.50
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Articles. , Rocps. Shpts.
Flour, barrels 16.100 10.5C0
Wheat, bushels 12S.000 96,400
Corn, bushels . 137,500 3S0.P0O
Oats, bushels 414,700 2S9.4C0
live. biiHheUT 12,000 1,300
Barley, bushels 4.400 10,300
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah In the matter of the
estate of Amanda M. Pierce, deceased.
The petition of Adam Spiers, tho execu
tor of the estate of Amanda M. Pierce,
deceased, praying for an order of sale of
real property of said decedent, and that
all persons Interested nppear before tho
said court to show cause why an' order
should not be granted to sell so much as
Bhall bo necessary of tho following-described
real estate of said deceased, to
wit! The north half () of lot eight (5).
block twenty-seven (27), plat "B," Salt
Lako City survey, has boen set for hear
ing on Saturday, the 20th day of August,
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the coun
ty courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of snld court with
the seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of
August. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By J. U. Eldrcdgc. Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court. In and for Salt Lake county. State
of Utah. Department No. 1. In the mat
ter of the estate of Henry Stratford, de
Tho petition of Flora Hopkins, praying
for the admission to probate of a certain
document, purporting to be the last will
nnd testament of Henry Stratford, de
ceased, and for the granting of letters tes
tamentary to herself, has boen sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 2nd day of Sep
tember. A D 1904. at ten o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, In the courtroom
of Hrtld court. In Salt Lake City. Salt Lake
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 11th day of
Aucust. A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
Bv J U. Eldredgo, Jr., Doputv Clerk.
M. M. Kalghn, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of S. B. Thurston, doceased. No
tice. The petition of George Fox. praying for
the issuanco to himself of letters of ad
ministration in tho estate of S. B. Thurs
ton, deceased, has been sot for hearing
on Friday, tho 2nd day of September, A.
D 1904, at ten O'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse, In tho courtroom of Haid
court. In Salt Lako Clly, Salt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
Ihe seal thereof affixed, this Sth duy of
August, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By J. U. Eldredgo, Jr., Doputv Cleric
D. O. Wllloy, Attorney for Petitioner.
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
AJax Mining company. Offico nnd prin
cipal place of businoss, Salt Lake City.
Utah. Notlco Is hereby given that at a
meotlnc of tho board of directors of the
AJax Mining company, held on tho ISth
day rf July, 1904, an assessment of four (4)
cento per share vsb levied upon thr capi
tal stock of t corporation, Issued and
outstanding, payablo Immediately tc tha
secretary at his office. Room 306, Dooly
Block. Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock
upon wh'ch this assessment may remain
unpaid on Friday, the 19th day of August,
1904. will bo delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment
Is made before, will be sold on Tuesday,
the tith day of Septombor, 1904, at 11
o'clock a. m., at tho secretary's office, to
pay the delinquent assessment thureon, to
gether witn the costs of advertising and
expense of sale.
By order of the board of directors.
J. M. BURT. Secretary.
306 Dooly Block. Salt Lake City, Utan.
Albion Mining company. Principal
place of business, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Location of mines, Alta, Little Cotton
wood mining district.
Notice There aro delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment No. 8, of 5 cents per share,
levied on tho 2nd day of July, 1001. tho
several amounts set oppoHito tho nar.j
of tho respective shareholders, as follows:
No. No. Amt.
Cert. Name. Shares. Duo.
llO-Ernest Eklns 1.0(0 JS0.00
207 John Johnson 500 25.00
2 OS John Johnson 500 25.00
And In accordance with law and an or
der of tho board of directors made on tho
2nd day of July, 1B0I, so many shares of
each parcol of such stock as may bo ne
cessary will be sold at public auction nt
tho offico of the company, at Room 12,
Walker Bank building. 8 W. 2nd South
st Salt Lako City. Utah, on Tuosday,
tho 23rd day of August. 190-1. at 2 o'clock
p. m.. to nay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together wllh tho coBts of ad
vertising and expenso of sale.
J W. HATFIELD. Secretary
First publication, Aug. 9, 1901. 3GIS
New York Bonanza Mining Company,
Principal place of business, Salt Xako
City, Utah. There arc delinquent upon
the following described stock on account,
of assessment No. 6, levied on the 29th
day of June, 1901; the eovoral amounts set
opposite tho names of the respcctlVo
stockholders, as followsi
No. Names. Shares. Amt.
27 J. C Lynch 1,000 J20.C0
67 P. H GOKgln 100 2. CO
82 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
85 Pig Simon .. COO 10.00
S7 Robert Kimball 500 10.00
153 CSCr nittsnberg 500 10.00
1M M. M. Miller 200 4-00
147 N A. Pago 100 2.00
151 juuward Kuelncr, Jr 100 2.00
219 Theodore Meyer 500 10 00
214 Hudson Sons t Co 100 2.00
266 H. B. Cole & Co 200 4.00
269 E. H Alrls 10) 2.00
2S6 J. M. Reynolds 200 4.00
3)3 Sheets & Thompson GOO 10.00
250 Hudson Sons & Co 100 2-00
354 J. A. Pollock & Co 100 2.00
355 J A. Pollock &. Co 100 2,00
305 S. W. PJatt 400 8.00
367 II. B. Colo & Co 100 2.00
36S George BesB 300 C.OO
370 Henry Fares 50 LOO
372 Dan Coughlln 200 4.00
373 Mrs. Ellen Coughlln .... 100 2.00
379 Thomas Hynes 500 10.00
380 Sheets & Thompson .... 100 2.00
3S1 Sheets & Thompson 100 2.00
392 J. T. Murphy 200 1.00
393 J. T. Murphy 200 4.00
394 J. T. Murphy 100 2.00
395 J. T. Murphy 200 4.00
395 J. T. Murphy 100 2. 03
397 J. T. Murphy 100 2.00
39S J. T. Murphy 100 2.00
446 Jonathan Rae 500 10.00
155 S C. Ewlng 500 10.0)
511 N. A. Page 100 2.0)
629 A. L. Stewart 215 4 20
530 Robert Kimball 1,000 20.00
533 H. B, Cole & Co 00 10.C0
546 H B. Cole & Co 10) 2.00
052 H B. Cole & Co 100 2.0)
559 F. L. Feaklns 200 4.00
500 Sheets & Thompson 100 2.00
562 N. A. Page 200 4. CO
567 DeWltt B Lowe 100 2.00
017 Hudson Sons & Co...... 10) 2.0)
622 F. L. Feakln3 300 6.00
656 Mrs A. B Richardson.... COO 10.00
702 Jonathan Rao EO) 10.0fl
740 Sheets & Thompson 10) 2,00
-l2 Sheets & Thompson 500 10.00
96 Sheets & Thompson .... 100 2.00
805 J. A. Pollock & Co 500 10.00
807 H. B. Colo & Co 10) 2.00
80S ,H. B, Cole & Co 100 2.00
818 L. E. Bamberger ......... ICO 2.00
860 M. M. Miller 33 .70
861 M. M Miller 100 2.00
SEC M. M Miller 10) 2.00
S75 Sheet3 & Thompson 500 10.0)
S7S Sheets & Thompson 500 10.CO
913 Shoots & Thompson 500 10.00
927 Sheets & Thompson 50) 10.00
932 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
933 M. M. Miller ICO 2.00
935 James Farragh EO 1.C0
973 N. A. Pago 100 2.00
97S John H. Martin 300 6.00
936 W. W. Armstrong SO .60
10GG XV. XV. Armatrong 100 2.00
10S5 XV. XV. Armstrong 100 2.00
1113 H. B. Cole & Co 100 2.00
1120 M, M. Miller 100 2.00
1129 XV. XV. Armstrong 50) 10.CO
1132 2rt S. Pendcrgast 100 2.00
1176 John Oldham 500 10.O)
1177 John Oldham 500 10.00
1179 A. N. McCall.' 1,000 20,0)
11S1 J. Bostrom : 100 2.00
11SS James Campbell 300 6.00
1201 A. S. Campbell 600 10.00
1240 A. S. Campbell GO). 10.00
1244 J. Williams 300 6.00
1253 Oscar RIttcnborg 500 10.(0
1255 Sheets & Thompson... . 500 10.CO
1259 Sheets & Thompson...... 500 10.00
1272 W XV, Armstrong 100 2.00
1277 XV. XV. Armstrong 10) 2.00
7278 W, XV. Armstrong 100 2.00
2237 XV. J, Browning 200 - 4.0)
"293 A. J. Pollock & Co 500 10.00
1293 XV. XV. Armstrong 500 10.CO
1303 Sheets & Thompson 100 2 00
13CG Hudson Sons & Co 100 2.00
1309 Sheets & Thompsbn 500 1 0 00
1313 Hudson Sons & Co ...... 100 2. CO
1335 H. G Manvcll 400 S.00
1364 Thomas L. Waldcn 500 10.00
13SC Mrs. Francis Irvine 100 2,00
1392 XV. J, Browning 100 2 00
1401 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
1409 Sheets & Thompson 100 2.00
1416 Henry Extenoe 100 2.00
MIS Ben D Luce 500 10.CO
1419 Ben D Luce CC0 10.00
1477 Mary Paft'in 100 2.00
1502 L. E. Bamberger SCO 10.00
1513 Sheets & Thompson 500 10.00
152S W. XV. Armstrong 500 10.00
1633 XV. XV. Armstrong 500 10.00
1531 XV. XV. Armstrong 400 S.00
1541 Francis Louise Payne.... ICO 2.00
1553 G. B. Blakcly CC0 12. CO
1550 Sheets & Thompson ICO 2.00
1579 Ralph Guthrie 100 2.CO
J591 L. E. Camomile 109 2.00
1615 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
1616 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
1629-L'L'orles S. Crant 45 ,S
1630 Charles S. Grant 40 .80
1645 Mrs. Mary Kilkenny 300 6.C0
1657 G. XV. Feaklns 100 2.00
1C57 Mrs. Mary A. Bell 100 2.00
1C6S Joo L. Sheets 300 6.00
1669 J. L. Sheets 200 4.00
1670 Mrs. A. M- Shields 500 10 CO
1679 Sheets & Thompson 500 10. CO
16S0 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
1694 Sheets & Thompson 500 10,00
1693 Sheots & Thompson 500 3.0.00
1656 Sheets & Thompson 500 10.00
16.77 Sheets & Thompson 500 10.00
1701 .!. M. MJllor 2v 4.00
1703 M. M. Miller 100 2.00
1706 Henry Extenoo 200 4.00
1712 Dan Oldham 30) 6. CO
1721 Henry Welch 1,000 20.00
1734 Sheets & Tnompson 100 8.CO
JV43 Alexander Walklngshaw. 300 6.0)
1744 F. E. Scott 500 1 0.00
1719 A L. Jacobs 100 2.C0
1757 F. E- Rumph -r 1.000 20.00
1762 Joe L. Sheets 500 10.0)
1771 II B Cole & Co 200 4.00
1772 Mrs. A. R. Walklng
shaw 1.000 20.00
1773 IT. K. Burch 200 4.0)
17S0 Mrs. P. J. Walsh 1,000 20.00
7w Tims. Chesrwiddcn 200 4.00
1802 A. Maglll 1.000 20.00
1504 Sheets & Thompson 500 10.00
1821 Harry A- Malone 100 2.00
1836 F. E ;cott CO) 10.O)
1840 Joo L. Sheets 10) 2.00
1844 Joseph Brandoll ,. 100 2.00
1846 Nellie F. Keogh SO) 6.0)
ISIS G. B. Blakely 150 3.C0
1S57 G. XV. Morgan 50) 10.00
1S72 Joe L Sheets 100 2.0)
1S75 Joo L. Sheets 100 2.00
1S7S II. B. Cole & Co 500 10.00
1S91 A. C. Shields 1,000 20 00
1896 Joo L Sheots 100 2 00
1897 Joo L. Sheets 100 2,00
1901 P. A. Ilanton 106 2.12
1911 Oscar Carlson o00 6.00
lhv L E Bamborger 500 10.00
1913 L" E. Bamberger 500 10.O)
1917 L E. Bamberger 500 10.O)
191S L E. Bamberger 500 10.00
lvn Hudson Sons & Co 500 10.00
oh Hudson Sons & Co 20) 4.0)
10"4 Frank Barrell 500 10.00
1034 Mnrv A. oiout 2,500 50.00
1925 Mary A. Stout 2,500 50.00
1930 Mary A. Stout 2.5C0 EO.CO
And In accordance with law and tho order
of tho board of directors, made the 29th
of June. 1904, so many of tho shares of
each parcel of suoh stock as may bo ne
cessary will be sold at the offico of tho
companv. 303 D. F. Walker building. Salt
Lako City, Utah, on the 25th day of Au
gust 1901 at tho hour of 2 p. m., to pay
tho 'delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with tho cost of advertising nnd
expenso of snle
PI. BARNETT, Secretary.
First publication Aug. 7th. 1001. z393
Old Evergreen Mining & Tunnel com
pany. Principal place of business. Salt
Lako City, Utah Notice. There Is de
linquent upon tho following described
stock, on nccount of assessment No. 6
of three (3) cents per share levied Juno
28, 1901, payable Immediately and de
linquent on tho 30th day of July, 1904, tho
amount set opposlto tho name of tho
shareholder as follows:
N. Certificate Name. No. Shares. Amt.
115 L. U. Colbalh..,. ,80CO -J240.00
Therefore, In ocordance with law and
an drder made by the board of dlroctora
on the 2Sth day of Juno. 1994, so many
shares of ouch parcel of stock as may be
qecessary will be sold at tho office of tho
secretary of onld company. No. 161 South
Main street, Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Monday, tho 22d day of August, 1901, at
12 o'clock noon to pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. M'MILLAN,
No. 161 South Main street, Salt Lako
City, Utah, August 1, 1901- zil
PROBATE AND GUABDIANSHIP jH
Consult County Clerk or the rcspectlyo
signers for iurthcr Information.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Thomas- Elcock, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the law i
office of C. M. Nellson, Constitution build
Ing, Salt Lake City, on or before the 4th
day of December, A. D. 19AI,
. , , , JOHN ELCOCK.
Administrator of Thomas Elcock, de-
C. M. Nellson, Attorney for Admlnistra-
Date of first publication, August 2, A.
D 1901. z52
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ly, Stato ot Utah. In the matter of tha
estate of George W. Lloyd, deceased
Tho petition of Kate Davis Lloyd, pray
lug for tho Issuance to herself of letters
of administration In the estate of George
XV. Lloyd, deceased, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 2nd day of Sep
tcmbcr, A. D 1904, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at
the county courthouse, in the courtroom
of said court in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of snld court, with tho IH
seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of Au- BH
gust, A. D 1901. JOHN JAMES. WM
(Seal. Clork. fM
By J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Thomas : Maycock. Attorneys. z234
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of James Plckard Murphy, de
censed. Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned nt room 710
McCornlck building. Salt Lake City, Utah,
on or before the 5lh day of December,
A. D: 1904.
CHARLES F. MURPHY.
Administrator of James Plckard Murphy, fl
H. A. Smith, Attorney for Estate.
Date of first publication August 1, l-Ol.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Vt
Estate of Samuel S. Pond, Sr., deceased. IH
Creditors will present claims with ll
vouchers to the undersigned at 257 South lH
Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah, on or lH
before tho, 10th day of June, A. D.,1903, IH
SAMUEL S. FOND, tH
Executor of Estate of Samuel S Pond, Sr., ll
J. R. Bowdlc, Attorney for Estate. Il
Date of first publication, "August 9, A. IH
D. 1904. zC15 fH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Charles S. Richardson, de
Creditors will present claims with jH
vouchers to the undersigned at No. 207
McCornlck building, Salt Lako City, Utah.
on or before the 3d day of December,
A. D. 1904, jH
EDITH M. RICHARDSON.
Executor of the Estate of Chades S.
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar
Date of first publication August 1, 1904.
OFFICIAL CALL FOR REPUBLI
The Republican electors of Snlt Lako
countv, Utah, will meet In their respec
tlvc c'lectlon districts on Friday, August
19, 1904, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose
or electing delegates to the Republican
Stato convention, which will bo hold at
the Salt Lake Theatre on August 25. 1901.
Districts Nos. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12, 13. 16, IS, 0, 22, 27, 2S, 29, 32, 33, 39, 49. 4)H
41, 42, 43, 45, 47. 48. 49, 51, 53, 5-1, 57, CO, 62,
72 7S, aro entitled to two delegates each.
Districts Nos. 14, 15. 17, 19, 21. 23, 23, 26.
30 31, 34, 35, 37, 3S, 44 , 46. 50, 52, 55, 56, 58,
59, 61, 60, 67, 68, 73, 75, 76, 77, 79, SO, 81, 82.
S3. 84, S3, 80. S7, S3, S3 and 90, are entitled
to one delegate each. ,
DlstrlctB Nos. 36 and 91 aro consolidated
and aro entitled to ono delegate.
Districts Nos. 63, 64 und 65 are consoll
dated and aro entitled to ono delogate
Districts Nos 69, 70 and 71 are consoll
dated and are entitled to one delegate. M
Districts Nos. 92 and 74 are consolidated
and are entitled to one delegate.
It Is earnestly recommended that tho
primaries be conducted In the following
manner- That the district chairman In
each district appoint three suitable Re
publicans to act as judges of the primary,
one to take down tho names and addresses j
of all persons voting: that the voting bo I
by ballot, and the primaries bo held open 1
at least ono hour (from S to 9 o'clock p.
m.). All Republicans applying botween
tho above-mentioned hours who are cntl
tied to voto should be given the oppor-
tUBv5order of the Republican county com
mlttee. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
H. H. SMITH, Secretary.
Dated August 11. 1904. z7S7 !
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT 'H
court of the State of Utah. In and for Salt EH
Lake county. Abraham Brown, plo'ntlff, SH
vs Horoco J. Matthews, Bculan A. rl
Matthews, Andrew J. Varney and Jana
Doo Varney. defendants. Summons.
The State of Utah to said defendants: l
You aro hereby Mimmoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, If served within !
the county In which this action Is
brought, otherwise within thirty days
after service, and defend the above entl- jH
tied action; nnd In case of your failure iH
so to do. Judgment will be rendered H
against you according to the demand of IH
tho complaint, which, within ten days
from service of this summons upon you,
will be filed with the Clerk of said court
This action Is brought to quiet title to jBHJ
the west half of lot 2, block 120, plat "D." tM
Salt Lake City survey, Salt Lako county, jkBH
Utah, which is clouded by an apparent IBVJ
outstanding record title In defendants sHjvJ
Horace J. Matthews and Andrew J. Var- .H
ney. The defendant Jane Doe Varney, lBjVJ
whose other and true name Is unknown rHHl
to plaintiff. Is the wife of Andrew J Var- HPJ
ney, and her Interest herein Is a wife's ji'H
contingent Interest In her husband's prop- lH
HENDERSON. PIERCE. CRITCHLOW (1
& BARRETTE. fH
Postofficc Address, 504-307 McCornlck H
Bldg., Salt Lako City. Utah. yl404
Of Special Stockholders' Meeting of
tho New York Tonopah Gold
Notlco Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Nei"
York Tonopah Gold Mining company
hereby called to be held at the main offico 1
of tho company in room 322 Dooly block, 1
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Friday, Sept 2, ilH
1901. at the hour of 2 p. m. Tho object of 1
the meeting Is to confirm by" vote tho ac-
tlon of Its board of directors In disposing lM
of Its real and personal property to tho 7H
New York Tonopah Consolidated Mining: lll
company of Arizona.
Due notice of a special meeting has been
mailed to the stockholders of record of rl
Aucust l, kM
Dated Aug. 2. 1904. i'H
B. L BROWN. President 'jH
Frank L, Krcldcr. Secretary. zi77 Vl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 'jl
Third Judicial district of the State of IjH
Utah, county of Salt Lake. William P. fH
Silbcrsteln, plaintiff, vs. Florcnco Silber- iH
stein, defendant Summons. '1
The Stato of Utah to tho said defendant- liH
You aro hereby summoned to appear Jll
within twenty days after tho service of t.H
this summons upon you, If sorved within 'H
the county In which this action Is jH
brought, otherwise within thirty days H
after service, and defond tho above, entl- H
tied action; and In case of your falluro iH
so to do, Judgment will bo rendered SH
against you according to tho demand of aH
tho complaint, a copy of which is here- tH
with served upon you. iH
A. G. SUTHERLAND,
Plaintiff's Attorney. H
WILLLIAM P. SILBERSTEIN. 'H
P. O. Address, 76 West 2nd South street. 'IH
Salt Lake City, Utah. yl4l5 fiH