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I i > JJ8ERET EVENING NEWS THURSDAY OCTOBER 241OO1 o
I SUWUU1UnllUUUUllU1WlIltllnru1UU11rntl UU
I I MININO MlU BUSINESS AND asnfl a STOCKS
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PRICES WERE
LOWER TODAY
Uncle Sam DalyWest and Boss
Tweed Show Sharp Declines
LITTLE CHIEF VERY STRONG
CarUa IiiactlvcSlnr on Inimiallr
AcH flV leo III IcmaiiitJoo
lluxvcr VI nil
Business was quite active on tho min
ing exchange this morning though
Uncle
generally weaker
prlccg were
Sam Boss Tweed nnd DalyWest show
ed the greatest decline while the ad
vans were confined to Little Chief
trading In which amount to nearly
10000 shares After opening at 28 the
stock sold Up to SOU but weakened to
2i at thu close Uncle Sam rccoided
Its first sale ut J117H but It weakened
to lli before the call closed Day
West Was traded In at J3273 while Loss
Tweed was active at CO Joe How era
was firm at GH Valeo was also firm
Vpwards of 1000 shares were sold at
27 Yankee Con let iro COO shares on u
lid of It while West Morning Glury
advanced to 6Vi as compared with H
at the opening AJax which was active
nt Jl at tho opening closed weak
nround 08 Star Con was phenomenally
pctlve between 31 and 33 Tetro weak
ened to 3t4 while Victor fluctuated be
tween S 9 and 60 Tesora opened at U
declined to 61 and closed at 51l Lower
Mammoth weakened to 270 while Dal
ton Lark changed hands nt In May
Day opened at 1112 but declined to
J109 before the call closed
Closln quotations were posted an
follows
Stock Did Asked
AJax 0 I 9Hl 05
Albion 0 31
Alice J3
Anchor 300
Illack Jack 1t9W
Hoes Tweed 61 65
HulllunHock 1 240 300
lion Butler 17 19
Con Mercm lM 220
Creole 10
Casa IJO
Century SOO 325
Dalton Lark 325t 4
Daly 200 300
DalYWest 3203 3285
Dexter 0 20
Dalton 3 4H
Diamond Con 20
Emerald lli l2C i
Eagle and Blue Bell 100 106
Golden KaglD 214 2
Galena 22 40
Grand Central 370 UO
Horn Silver 175
ingot zy 21
Joo Bowers G6 Gft I
Kremlin 2
Lower Mammoth 263 272
La Rome 30 35
Little Chief 26 27l
Mammoth 145 163
Manhattan 1t 154
Martha Washington 2 34
May Day lOSW 103
Northern Light 3 3i
Ontario 875 1200
Tllchmond Anaconda 29
Hoeco Homeslake 90
Bacramento I 17 19
Silver Shield Jtf 2 J
Silver King 8000
Bunbcam 39 41
Sunshine 9Vi Hi
Star Con 34
Swansea lSO LOS
South Swansea SO 40
Showers Con UH 10W
Tctro 3Ui 35
Tcsora El Bli
Vtnh W GI
Vncle Earn 116U 116H
Vnleo 25 SO
Victor M CO
West Morning Glory Gtf n H
White nock 26
Yankee Con 40 102
STOCK THANSACTIONS
AJax30 at 100 200 at 93 1500 nt
99 i 400 at 954 400 at 9Si 300 nt m
i oo nt S3 10 at 97H 108 at 8S > 4 buycr
ten days
BaiyWcst23 at 3300 60 at 3275
Lower Mammoth100 at 272H 100 at
270Dalton
Dalton tc Lark1000 nlll
May Day300 at 112 200 nt lODVi1
100 at 110 i MO at 111 100 at 110 1000
at 109
Northern Llghl1000 nt 3
Star ConsolldaledlMO at 31 3800
at S5 600 at 3t lCOO at 3JU 300 at
31 seller ten days
TcsoraWO at 62 lCOO at M 50 at
5U4 100 at 61i
Uncle Bam100 at 1I8 i 700 at 1174
WO at 117 900 at US 100 at 11714
700 at 1184 1100 at 116 300 nt llSVi
600 at 116V 400 at 115 JOO at 114i
tOO at 1 ins 100 at 11CH 100 nt 11654
V eol300 at 27
Joo Bovers OM at t4
Little Chlef2100 at 2S 600 at 29Vi
2000 at Jft MX at Wi lOM nt IOU 1000
at 2k rooat27H roo at 27
Tctro1100 at JJ MO at Sl
Victor 1400 at MH JOO at 18 100 at
CO 100 at 94 MX at 69 seller ten days
Vest Morning Glory2000 at CU j
1500 at D4
Yankee ConsolldatfdSOO at 400
n X como I Son Mock llrokcri
lto 6 Jennings Block Tel 1M7
A f CAmpbell Stock Ilrokrr
t0203 D F Walker Block Tel E28
Ilrotitr I Tliamtitno suck Jlrokcr
21 Walker lire Bank Bldg Tel 1257
THE STAHDARD
Do you have the Standard Die
tionary In your library or
school room It not you are not
up to date It Is the largest
bet edited best printed best
wund and moat modern work I
In all respects yet Issued Only
a limited number on hand Ad
dress the Dtsercl News
We have Men the frail Infant when
I the faint struggle for existence eeomed
I almost ended resuscitated and made
ntrong by the ute ot WhITES CnlM1
YEIlMlJotIJE Price 25 cents Z C M
I Drug Dept
BIND
YOUR
RMACAZINES
MACAZINES
Old I5ook Music and Magazines lut
hem in strong new covers for preser
Katloti llny rtcords of value can be
aved by hsvlne them bound The
ow i bindery can do tho work In any
Keria at any price
jJPor
lrr
An Excellent Combination
Tho pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy
Srwur OF Flos manufactureil by tho
CALIFOUMIA Fin Svuui Co Illustrate
the value of obtaining tho liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known tote
medicinally laxative and presenting
them in thu form most refreshing to tho
taste and acceptable to the system it
is tho one perfect strengthening laxa
tive cluansluf the system effectually
dlspollln colas headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and inabling ono
to ovorcomo habitual constipation per
manently lU perfect freedom from
every objectlonaulo quality and nut
stance and its acting on the kidneys
liver and bowels without weakening
or Irritating them inako It the ideal
laxative
In the proem of manufacturing ftps
nro used as they nro plcatnnt to tile
taste but the medicinal quail ties of tho
remedy ore obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants by n method
known to tho OALiroimu FIG SvRtr
Co only In order to get Its beneficial
effects aud to avoid Imitations please
remember f atI name of tho Company
printed on the front of every package
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
DAN rilANCISCO CA1
LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK N Y
oraa1et75Il 1TCl5tJLPiCOtOCpOrbOttl5
I18llIJN ftWlf Ill
Successors to WlIlon llr thern
CUT D um k all XlnJi of ell
onA Stone lor BulWInji Curblnj
M r
ST 0 N E Ctmtlery Coping Eli
OFFICE AND YAnOSJJ to It North
tilth West > treet Silt LIKO JUl
STORAGE
BO MOVING
Tel 335
Office
15 W 2nd So
Y + t + 0 2
HU + + + HH +
+
+ Dt en s Suits0 r
C StUsh In appearance fit to
r perfection made liB well ao hIgh 1
8 art tailors can make them front
1 choicest tllntcs and most eX
elusive patterns puch IS th
I character at the stilts we base t
1 to offer They nlc mlltlr b r
C the famous Alfred Benjamin +
I Co who produce the finest
+ real1toputtn clothing to be
found III mrlclI Any atle j
suit you lOawlh the swell 1
military 8atk the regulllr 1
flncle the n n saeIe The
cutaway frock In black and +
Oxford Itlny hntle In clays and
t cnllnlnhell wortted US to 10
douh ImRst frock coats ant i
J I natR ot Vicuna an unfinished +
worstell 315 to 25 coat and
1 Vest trousers nil fine as can be j
1 made S3 to R pair mcna tine 1
r shop noyden and Sterl1n
8
1 makes p360 to 7 a pair call
1 and see the IIn
I I CRAY BROSGO I i
l MAIN r
f Srlctly Cash and Ono Price
+ + + HHl + H + H + Hi + r
1J
I
PEOPLE I
LIKE
OUR WAY OP FITTING
OLASSKS
This ha been proven by the
way In whl h our business
has grown In the past year
Wo now have two stores ono
In Ogden at No 2182 Wash
ington Ave and our old stand
nt 73 west First South Dpnt
fall to remember that wo
charge nothing to examine
your eyes and will tell you
honestly If you should or
should not wear glasses
RUSHMER
Mfg Optician
TWO STORES 1
I
73 W First South St
Salt Lake City
2482 Washington Ave
Ogden
j
Still at 64 West < 2nd South
ra B BO THE
LLLBO PHOTOCnAPHER
llrsi WORK LOWEST Inicti
E lAnUlIl NTS iM llUUE <
ALL UPTODATE
Unycrs OYAl ale protected
of Koyal tc ly this
Ilrcnil uEAD label
A Fine Line of
SUIT
M
CASES
J
at the
Trunk
f
Factory
155157 MAIN ST
REPAIRING
t 0 0 a >
n
tfiuR WINTER CLOTHES 11
Ii Whether you need Suit Overcoat or
an other wearable youll find greater f
varieties to choose from here than In i
r any other store In Salt Lake
4 Not only more goods and more styles j
but more clothing for the money you
t p pay than any oilier store offers
j OUR SUITS t t
f f Weve any kind of a suit that a man t
It could desire for any kind of wear
i
I Suits from 8750 to 30 h
l 4 f AND OVERCOATS H
Ot all styles and classes of goods in tJ
price anywhere from t
SO to 530
Hats Shoes Shirts Underwear 1
Hosiery or anything that man wears In t
an grade you desire 1
Hoys Clothes of all sorts In our Boys
S nnd Childrens department t
UTAHS BIGGEST CLOTHING STORE
1 THE SIEGEL CLOTHING CO Ij
t i 61 63 and 65 Main Street t
k tt
t
i o 0 o o o vw t
> + Hy + 0 + + + w +
kJI j
i
JI ALLISCHALMERS i
i COMPANY i
y
I
h 1 Succtstor to r
l
THE EDWARD P ALLIS CO
M1LWAUKRB
+ KRAZER CHALMERS CHICAGO X
1 GATES IRON WORKS f
CHICAGO Y
It
1It DICKBON MFU CO
s
s SCRANTON
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Branch Office J 413414 Dooly Block
1 Phone No 73 < A H V CROLL Local anat1cr
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Time Table
jn effect AUK I
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1001
t IKAV MilT IKI
Oma
Cacho Valley
Tor Ogden
Kansas
Sa Denver
bn ChlcBKo 700 nm
city and SI IoUis i nn1
Uor Garfield Ijcach 1oocle 7 15Rnii
terminus McrcurftoVo Nep 11
For Tlntlr Icrcur 55 am
unit 1IIIntl Hull I
lottl1l1l1
Ior ORIIerI lIutte
Francisco anti IlitermcJlalo D 1 nm I
For Ogden Omaha OhicaRO
Ucnvvr 81 Louis nnd jjjj p > ro
lraticirco
CIl
1or Ogden Dener lnlllll
100 IInt
Chlcuo
louis
001nhll m
Calrn
WICord
For IcntllI Proo rind acff points i1i Pn
Ir Ogden lnltp elcna Iort
1 ln >
and
a
land Sun IranclMtf wMpm
tcrmctJIatc polnls
AltUUTBAlTUUU
From Ogden Chicago Ojnnnhnnj
St Louis Konsiw llI X anti
i9ntfl
Denver
IMtllnl nulle
Itorn Ogden
910 am
Helena Ban l runcl8clI
Wlrord Provo
Cnllrnlca
Fur 1I0Intl D33Im
and Inhnncdlalll
Front Ogden ChIcago Rt ICluR
Omaha Denver San Francisco 30 101
From OlrnfU lIelch joodo
and ferllllnu tWpm
I1rJIIIIIII 65 Im
Irom Ogden IJgIIII
Tlnlle Metcur Niphi 600 pnI
From K lortland 870 im
Julie
From Ogden
anti lrlrco 110
Trains between Milford
not run Sundays
Daily UCIIt SundaY
111 nebllllthIIUI full Irrrt
JlUltIE Om P and T A <
D n
TlfMlhSiT
W II DANLIlOFI
Vlce1rcsiilcnt ami iMiI Manager
THREE TRAINS DAILY
KIIOM
Utah awl W ol1lln
VIA
0i 1 IiI IJ
10 I PlctOII
For THE EAST
no NOT TAIL to bo fully Informed of tho
D ul1e lItlN and Fine Jraln JrrlclI of
fered by thll nlon 1aClCo to all Principal
Eastern 1olDtt
1ulitf siicplnr Car
Ordinary Sl carl
IHaln tars leAI a U Ccrto
Free uecItnlo4 Ohair ClrI
lluifct okID and Library Oar
with HurlwMiipixl
rjcawnt JtBAillDK Boom
for time tablet folder titrated book
paraihlctf dwtlptlienf tho territory tra
versed cull at TlCKot Office Wt halo St salt
Lake city
I Direct Route
to Chicago
cIcI GO uNION PACIFIC
f NORTHWESTERN LINt
FASUR thin Mil other route
lifE OVEKLANO LIMItED
equipped with loco Sleeping Cars
Juliet Smoking and Librarj Cars
with bather end Dining Cars meals I
a IJ title ItAVtS SALT LAKE CITY
AT 1245 p m DAILY The United
laitMalieaes Salt Lake cirn evtn
Ing et 700 first class pqulptiHt
Inclvdlny free Reclining Chair Cars
He Chicago Special AMHM at 700
a m let tickets end resernthns
ppi fo ticket agents or address
C A Walker Gcnl Aqent Cntcagt J
KortbWtstern Rg 200 S Miln St
salt Lakt City
r l IO GRANDE
RIO GIAil1 AND VILr 1
Currant Time Tablo
LEAVE SALT UAKS CITY
No 6Fur Irani Junction Den
ver und i H > ini East 830 om
Jso 2 rr ruo Grand Jum
lion and all points Eoit 515 pm
ft fJ 4Kor lroo Grand Junc
tion and all Points Ham S20pm
No IfrFor Ultigham Uchl Pro
vo Utter Mnntl 3liIri ate
ana intcrmMiute pclnli 500 om
No SFnr Kureka 1aynon III <
Kr Provo nnd all Ititcrmcdl
ate points 500
No 5For Ordtn sml hit Vet BMnm 960 aln
No 9or Ogdln nd 114 West 110 pm
No v Ir ST Ogilen and the Vest IWIMII
No
o Zpor Park City 810am
ARRIVE SALT HKJ CITY
No rlrom Irnvo Oranl June
lion and tile lint ft
No II rom 1rovo Grand Junr P am
and the Katt 011 JIIIC l2
No j Irovo 1OIIm
Jrm Iro Grand June
lion anti Ihf Ball Olnl 10 Vnm
a
IQpm
pm
No 9From
fr011rovolleliir U nf
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No rrIfldtnll v i n m
fm
1In kllllh Wi
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m
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OlIn 1M s 1 pm
No
7 I r in
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ate ikber rJn Iro n1 InlrlII
No UFrIIark s 3 I am
111 r
leC I Inin r rn
51lIn JI r I
TIk1 f j hal ii hJt
1 I1 5ulh
Poslomcf r rnr 11 N 2 <
The Pride
Of the Road
The Pvery railroad hss Its > r train
DUIUnlons
rt Is the
thi hlag
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Bpl o o
ra9roaf Inen rail it
To rij on t ral It
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the ot its fln radllnt
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fU rlilng u n
fb tl BIWlM > wl0
Pl II vm aulrlble Over an as
lle Dnyr at 400 p t ArtI
next
Ct nxt Arlne
nxt morning Chlaj 830
SI nlnlII due day on tito way
fUlill 111 I Me8at 10 tio way
TIcket at om A 0 I t
Innrctnr Ines
Ticket OJTlcj
79 W SECOND SOUTH ST
MNB8LEN
OtDUII Agen
Sal Agent UtA
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SHORT lN5
TaR 7
Through car Bait
nnd KnnsnM City 1 S I to
York Buffalo and hhhltt Sll
low rates for sutnin I I I I M
Especial nttcniion t dl el
ntentoll die
Tourist Mrepirs uctln 1dr
Boston and other tx 1
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cjti th
WIo
TWO
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Inquire ut I I cIt tt Onh l M L
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BEST DINING CAR SEBYICL
ELECANT EQUIPMENT
CHAIR GARS FREE
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
City Ticket Office 100 W lal fa j
Salt Lake City
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Lewis 98 Lye
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the ciT tifi
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restoration i > t lighl
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can by nlnnftc rtt
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the necessary BlosK IDlr
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Expert IlefrtttW1
20S9 Atlas Ulock
Joseph R Taylor
PIONEER UNDER iR
or Dish open di 7 jaa s
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GRAND CENTRAL
DAMAGE SUIT
Set forNov IBttiA Jury tl Act in
Advisory Way
RICH IN hOWEll MAMMOTH
slit Hall Ilrlns II Flits SuwplM ol
O IIII1 llriuirl ofu Illilt
lltltr
Tho attorneys for tho Grand Central
Mammoth damuKa suit leturned from
Nophl lait evening titter attending court
convdned by Judge Mnrlon < iaux to set
the oulahdnr for the ten When the
Grand CentralMammoth retrial c o
wn called the question of the eligibil
ity of the Judge to try the case was
rolled by the plaintiffs attorney On
the motion being overruled Judge
Mnriontux announced that ho pro
lltll1iux
poaed having n jury to net II an ad
visory way Col PIckett ono of the
attorneys for the Mammoth raid today
that while the practice Is unusual It li
a well established principle of Jurlspru
deuce to call a Jury to act In an ad
vlscry way to the conscience of yie
court This Jury will only Judge as to
matters of fact
Tin motion for a change of venue was
opposed by the plaintiffs attorneys I
was held that Judge Marloneaux was
not dllsqualltled from sitting on the
case and It was his duty lo do to
In disposing of the matter the court
staled that he had not the remotest
knowjcdge about tho merits of the case
In deciding the motion for n new trial
ho had not cone beyond the question
utiun which that motion was decided
He decided to try the case himself
which was not objected to by Judge
Dlck on for the plaintiff when tho
court announced that a Jury would be
coiled The trial was set for November
ib
lJn t I HH1 fralm
A Rig hotly of llluh Grade Silver
Ore on 1000 Level
Superintendent Hall of the Lower
Mammoth came In from the mine thi
morning with a grip full of rich sam
pies taken from the winze below the
900 level Mr Ball la very much
pleased with the face of the drift north
from the bottom of the winze which is
practically on the 1000 level of the
mine A few days ngi a streak If
high grade silver ore was encountered
which has since been opened up for
some distance and found to be between
C and 8 feet wide The ore brought
to town today carries about 1000 ounces
silver per ton I Is of course much
richer In horn silver thin the average
would be but Mr Doll say there I a
great deal of horn silver across tho
whole width of the vein An average
face sample showed 825 ounce per ton
while an assay of a pile that was
broken down gave 0 ounces Mr
Bal believes the average will be found
to be about 10 ounces A shipment Is
now being extracted The body Is
large and Superintendent Ball expects
to derive money from the new find to
conllue the shaft to the 1100 and do a
great deal of work already mapped out
Tho west llcsure has Improved ery
much lately the grade of the ore being
much higher The drift will soon bo
starts from the shaft to the west
flwure on tho 100 level The drift to
the east flute Is about 10 feet away
from the wince and the ore chute In
which to strike was made
IIOMIWTAKKS IIKIOIIT
lit reIliig Details Ilcgnrillni tho
olh firrutuM Gold Mine
An eastern exchange says the an
nual report of the Homestake Mining
company of South Dakota ias Just
been received by the stockholders I
covers the year previous to May 31
1S01 The Homeslake Is the greatest
gold mine In the world and sonic of
the details of the icport will have local
Interest It hits paid 276 dividends
without a tolls In the fast twentythtee
years The report slates Hint the total
of ore milled at tnt five mill was 335
U tons which netted JS5S86tl on
lime iitatw J48iWS14 In concentrates and I
22U In nlicloui ore making u total
ol JtttJMJJS for the tOtal output of
the mine I
The winp ny paid out for labor In
the mine IUXI43 and In the mils and
hoisting plants 174945 The amount
paid for mint timbers a JStt7277S
nd Hi additional lumber mil timber
bring the total amount to J24I7H The
coal bill IK placed at ttlJW powder at
illiit i iulcKRllt at J3707 anti cnn
die at zoo The
company produced
13 gull brick averaging about 1550
OUn of fold to the brick valued at
Jue to Jjoow cash There was an
average of deuii urlckH to the month
whit gave a total of J370W9 ounces
for lb year The Homwuke bullion
ets abut J15 per ounce at New
York A dividend of llSflooon was paid
curlnj the ydir The MWUin cyaiiidf
JUot eu liuilt at a cost of about P00
abut 1
0 and the water system of bringIng
into be city atir from SpoarlUh
trek it a toa ci J10W090 was com
111 te 10 wai COI1
Tie rvport lior that UO In gold
via
Mvud ir tot on an absay volui
but a ntu nwre tbnii that flume
JIIII DcnU Itrcnrdrd
Prove Oct Ilne following mining
tolowlng
d have been nit for r oord with
the county reiord
John 1 101 of Kuieks to L C Peter
101 of Eureka Ioter
1 Purfka an undivided onefourth
itprcst In thto Sunnvilde and the Ma
linde mlnlnpc claim Tlntlc mining dis
trict fnrld aiion 1100
I C l wton sad Anna Peterson his
1 fVf turtkB n J n Caldwcll anti
w Caldwel
W P Smith do fl uU of Salt Lake
Ity an uiwllvldea nhalf Interest In
hll Inlelt
the it SMlde ah he Mallnda mining
cilmi alien n TnUc mining dUlrkt consider
1 l iaHwii and w r Smith of
Salt Lake to th MiJMine
Lt ladflne Mining com
petty HI of Mi UK City a nehalf un
dhk Intpt In the Punnyslde and
the
thE ifLnU minlnr dllhU Tlntlc min
ing diStrict ronnldf lon SO
Frank Chopping of Clear Creek to U
C Peterion of Kureka all rhht and In
tfr tn th MalinOc sal the Sunny
Iof Diai iatnis In FinIte mining
dlll lnlItcn 000
I C Iterr of rurjka in the Mad
slap 1irInc company cif gRlt Unke
1 it n undhided Interest
11t onehalf 1norst In
win ii JJ1 w
tho Runlysho and ltftfieiinQ mining
lllms filtc minIng district consider
mininG
uton UOCQ C1 llcr
MINING NOTES
NOTES
The May Day pfViftto
Tlnt had two
cars of ore on the markettpda
The Ophlr Hill reachodlfthe market
today with ten cars of cpncentwi M
Col I L rickett expected to leave
thIs evening for the Sayon nin
A car ot oro was marketed
trout the Exccuvf mliS3at Bur ko
Nnla
i Pt
Some Interest In development
devel jn rtq are
reported lit time BpI gr ndljclon lng
to time Catlsn r3
19
prwo lllfU aro now onployed on the
Silver Stay clnlniti near < ihir California
ncnrlhl CnlonIU
In Thayne canyon J
Four hundred shares o < California I
shntosltCaltornln
changed Itaniln on the curblthla morn
IIJB at 1122 ana H22H Tt mor
A car of ore from thVarand Oulch
mine has Just beon ftoldon < ontroi
howlntr 4J iicr cent C3qCr I >
President Corum ot Uw iilngham
consolidated company v Is expected lo
reach the city tomorrow 1 xPtcc
Tim contracts forth Alaska ma
chinery were not awarded today IrIS I
wore high and new Lilcis viii tc asked
for ir
Franklin Parrel who ohf Ji the 1nrrot
mine in Butte to the Amalgamated
company Is expected In thc > ity to
night
A thlrtyton lot of hlgh crude oppcr
hlgiliradr
ore was marketed this afternoon from
IIlfetnool
the Suviinlo mile near the tirand
Gulch V neattqe lrnn <
13 L White Who Id connect d with
the DliiKham Consolidated Mlnlns com
pany U expected In from LOIII
Must tomorrow yi
A cur of lead ore la atthe sampler to
day from the AJax of fTlntlc The prop
erty Is raid to be lofiklnff better than
ever In the tacodt 10111 north drift
The TaylorUrunijon sampler re
ported ten cars of iponcontratps from
titockton two fromTlntlcAono from
Nevada and ono from Blngham today
The Old companys new shaft
Is down about 00 feet I Is being sUlk
near the Lower Mammoth south lln s
and a 33horeo power hoist IB being In
stalled
A JJ Lewis received word from
Heaver county last evening that I
copper lined cat had been struck in
the 0 K rilno oi the bcei dnft frvn
the 300 level J
Joseph Oberndorfer Fays he has heard
nothing about the Little Chief 11 h
would licount for the Jump In the
stock today Tho prospect Is looking
favorable but no strike has been made
Assu > s o the shipment of oro fran
the Uolden Star onQold Mountain were
iccclviti jitterday afternoon hua
showed a little over 10 ounces told and
U6 ounces river ptr ton
The pales on tljh Mining Exchange
steriay irorninV amounted to dkSM
iharta which rejirefturited a pelting
ilue of JllVOi62 Theafternoon saJs
ttinounled U 1038 representing thu
Bales of 021SO Hlmrca t
W I Snyderr tuinld from the Cali
fornia mine In THaynes canv n last
evening He says tho allfornln deal Is
rtlll In the air as no agreement has
been reached regarding 1the nice at
which It II propoeitobuy the con
trol The lan I1ent has upralieJ
three seta In thq big ore body
The Sunflower Mlnlnj compjny fllcu
article of incoiporatlon y stella nf
ternoni with ft capital df 0W aif
company vroposes to develop the Sun
Jlower group of nine mining claims
sittmatd on Clear Crc k mount Un bo
lder county Jonnle II Btuunlntr is
president Frank Browning vie1 prcsi
dent 111 Morris secretary anJ
treasurer and vvlnlu Moirh and 1
1 A Crave tire the otler dlrnct Ir
BULLS BID THEMARKET UP
Professional Operators rtealedHeavily Caus
ing General Selling Movement
Lnrze Icnllne In SI Ali Vnlon
trclllo and II ltlrd
Copper >
j
I
K f
1 S 4
New York Oct 24The market
opened active and Irregular with large
dealings In fit Paul Union IadlV and
A Amalgamated Copper St Paul sold at
170 to 1G9H on the transfer of O
shares compared > with 170 last night
Union Pacific on thq sale of2500 ilmrts
compared with 170 last night fnlon
Pacific on the sale of 2600sharts was
luoted at lOitt to 102 > 4 compared with
losslast night Amalgamated towr
ran off nearly a point Price ihanges
otherwise were small nnd much mix d
Professional operators realized heauly i
but ns this siDing had little tfft on i
prices the bulls bid the m 1 kt ui all j
around While the rallies in tin lad I
era reached In some cases a paint si j
Paul AtchIson and > Paclfl < 1 ruled i
only a small fraction nbove yestriy a i
close H 0 wag unusually a tiie
nut gained 2U and Chicago Uiat
Western preterrIHiOe 4 4 to j
The ErIes nnd HeadinGs BJ Ise I
strongly Heavy selling of i < ugir i
AlamBainatcd Copper UnIon la mo
and St Paul hnd depressed thin c r
1 point by 1 Oclock and th calico I
market weakened General scl ng f +
lowed the room traders realizing inut I
ment resulting In earlUr pilr < li r i
generally wiped out nnd put1 n M
Paul Union Pacific Northern la Inc
NorthwcutcrJ and Anmlgomat J i I
I > cr 1 to 1H under last night Tl t IK I
ness of the general market I > s t
centuatcd by large Bales of I tH 1 1
States Steel
Brooklyn Transit advanced 1 rnl in I
nrkl1 Tmnsl
the face of heavy xelllnir cliewjM ht
Its ride was soon cancelled Tit < In
emil scllliiK was largest In St IflJ
en Ion Pacific and Peoples Oas w 11
ruled from 8 to 2 below tbi ir Lst
prices Chicago Great Wtstf Hr
erred U reacted 2i4 and 11 s m
other stocks of a point and ovr nr
numerous Speculation wa > v lull
at I oclock and prices were t iRViy
above the lowest In sympathy h a
rise of 5 In Lacknwanno ant m
Delaware and Hudson
honda were Irregular >
MONEY AND BONDS
Money1 on call firm at 3per 1
Prime mercantile paper 41 fr
cent
Sterling exchanges Mfer with n t al
Sterlng In bankers bills MHa tr
demand and at U38UF fcc sixty
lemanc 4W415 aM I
days posted rate 4HH I
commercial bills 48JeJi
liar slhcr S7W
Mcxlchn dollars 45M >
Government bonds tcadr 1H h
registered and coupon lWHjlw ffKit
rrlatere do couponrlWH1 ww I
t
ir
r1
J
registered 133 do coupon 139 old 4s
registered and coupon 111U Ca regist
ered 1C6UI do coupon 107U >
SUOAll
SurarHt steady Fair refining
3 C16 centrifugal OS tent 3H molasses
sugar 3U llcflncd steady crushed
660 powdered 520 granulated 610
MVI3 STOCK
CHICAGO
Chicago Oct 2i Cattle nccelpta
sooo including 1000 westerns Dull
mostly lOc lower Good to ptlmo
steers G10QC76 poor to medium 373fl
r Oi stackers and feeders 2230425
cows 125 4110 heifers 2600500 can
ners 1251225 bulls 1763400 cauves
300ft625 Texas fed steers 389iff3SO
western steers 36 1540
Hogs Pccclpts today 2IOOJ Steady
and stronger Mixed anl butchers
5901650 good to choice heavy 5055
Gf5 rough heavy 560JJ590 light 55f
610 bulk of sales G95fi60
SheepHecelpts 20000 Shtep lOc
lower lambs dull and lower Good to
choice wethers 3400375 fair to choice
mixed 290IJ340 western sheep 300
SAO native lambs 2600475 western
lambs 325H40
KANSAS CITY
Kansas City Mo Oct 14 lttc
Kecclpts 8000 Generally steady Na
tive beef steers 480CCO Texas and
Indian steers 260fl > 37G Texas cows
10W230 native cows and heifers 270
t635 bulls 22537 j calves 3000
525
525Hogs Hccelpts 100 Steady Bulk
of sales 57557015 heavy C150820
packers GS5QG1 mixed 5SO fllO
light OC5fC05 yorkers 5600600
pigs 4803660
yhecp IteceiptB W Steady Mut
tons 2751b376 lambs 3789476 range
wethors 32503CO ewe 2750325
stockern and feeders 1500350
OMAHA
Omaha Nob Oct 24 Cattle Re
ceipts 3600 Active stronger Native
beef steers 475063 western steers
3750525 Texas steers 36047MO cows
and heifers 2800440 canners 12531
U3 stockers and feeders 2eOff4IO
calves 3003526 bulls stags etc 17500
375
375Hogs
Hogs llecrlpts 4000 Shade higher
Heavy 69714 620 mixed 697HSGOO
light 695620Vi j pigs 660G00 bulk
of sales E97 iOG02 >
9H602
Sheep Receipts 4 00 St ady Weth
ers 3200365 ewes 2 50 31 common
475 and stock sheep 2SO350 lambs 3763
pnonuorj
CHICAGO
Chicago Oct 24Cash
WheatNo 2 rod 71N7 Jt No3
red C5H071 No2 hard winter 7014971
No 3 do GHWiOl No I northern
spring 7 72Y No 2 doC > H71 No
3 spring 66ff70 I7
CornNo 56 H No 2 WAQY
OatsNo 2 35 iW3GUi No3 35I33i
December wheat opened at 71 to
71fo WBS J off to 70Tkff7i 710 to
71H and then dropped to 701
Close
WhentOctober 70 December 71
May 74n074 d
CornOctober 65 December fC
i
OatsOctober 35 December 3S 6
Pnrk October 1365 JanuarY 1510
LardOctober 902 > 4 January 8U2H
IllhsOclobor 830 January 782140785
Flax151 72
ltye54
Harley SlffG
Tlmolhy680
SAN FUANCISCO
San Francisco Oct WheatInac
five December 09 i May 10JH spot
firm 97H9Sy4
CornLnrge yellow 1530M69
Barley No sales cash 7
WOOL
SAN FRANCISCO
San Francsco Oct 23 Sprlnit Ne
vaday 10912 cnaerh Oregon 1013
valley Oregon 13S715 mountain lambs
7fiS San Juanuln dalns CQS Hum
boldt and Mcndoclno 10ftl2
ST LOUIS
St Louis Oct WoolQulot ter
ritory and western mediums H21C4
HiIC
fine 11015 coarse 12015
IIUTTKII AND KOOH
Chicago Oct 23On the produce 5x
change today the butler market was
steady creameries 14Q214 dairy 130
19
Cheese 9ftC10i
K < cs Firm fresh 18018H
New York Ocf 23 Butter Kecolpta
5n79 packages State dairy 14R21
creamery 1SO > 32 June creamery 17140
21N factory 12H016
nsesIlecclnts 8843 packages Mar
ket steady Western candled 21
western uncundled 16021
CITY AND COUNTY NEWS
Commissioner Anderson Calls Attention to
Registration Time Limit Error
Drpuir Anetior Carbli > U Not Over
palitCouniy IorMdrtfn to Rnry
Dcntt In Cllyi Charge
ounl Commissioner James H An
tler on today called attention to an elec
tion matter that has come under his
notice He says that after n reading of
Instruction to registrars come of those
Hertlon olllcers have entered upon their
lists the names of persons who have
been living within the precinct for less
than sixty days prior to the day of elec
tion This Is a mistaken construction
o the requIrements saId Mr Ander
son and the board will at once Issue
a short notice explaining the correct
situation The law provides that n
Voter to be qualified to register In a
precinct must have lived In such muni
dpal division for I period of at least
sixty days prior to election day but
that a person moving from one voting
district to another within tho oanjo pre
met Is entitled to registration In such
new district at any time previous to
the day of election provided of course
I that his application for registration be
I roiolvcd by the registrars before tho
time net for the final closing of the
boksCAmns
CA1UJ18 GETS OVERTIME
With reference to the question ruined
by State Auditor finger ns to his right
i to honor the states proportion of the
i monthly pay of SIlO of Chief Deputy As
f sor W O Cnrbls the commissioner
I ray that the bill Is allowable because
the extra compensation Is for extra
j work done by tho deputy and that Mr
anIle will not be required to refund
any amounts which he may have here
infon drawn upon this account The
law provides that no deputy In any of
the county offices shall regularly draw
over twothirds of the amount of the
salary paid to his principal Inasmuch
as the assessors salary Is HW per
month It was contended that Mr Car
I lt wa entitled to but 1100 maximum
salary that being the twothird limit
The commissioners say however that
any amount in excess of tlM per month
that may be drawn by the deputy ropre
noah actual extra work done by that
official and that he will notbe required
to refund any moneys which he zusy
iiah heretofore drawn as such pay
Had the present course not been pur
sued say tho commissioners another
deputy must necessarily have been em
ployed tom 1 part of the time and thu
state and county would probably base
necessary been required to pay more than Is now
INDIGENT DEAD
A few days ago the county commis
sioners were criticised for having re
fused to bury tho body of 1 man who
had died In tho city jail The law upon
the matter has been looked up and It Is
found that the city ordinances provide
for tho payment of expenses Incident
upon and connected with the burial of
bodies of Indigent persons who at ho
tlmo of death are charges of the city
und It Is also seen that similar persons
are nlvcn to counts commissioners In
such cases the language used In tho
law In both Instances being Identical
Under the health lawo however the
county Is forbidden to enter upon th
domain of municipal corporations for
these purposes unless the indigent dead
may already be a charge of the county
within the city limits I Is n w l
known fact said one of the commis
sioners today that the county has fully
attended to Its duty In such cases
ROAD REPAIRS
Having an eye upon closeapproach
ing bad winter weather the county
commissioners are hastening tho re
pairs upon county roads as fast as their
resources will permit so as to better
the highways ns much as possible
against the days ot snow and mud

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