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SMALL TRADING TRADINGON
ON THE EXCHANGE EXCHANGEStocks
Stocks Stoc s W Were ro Little Dealt In Innnd InnndPrices and andPrices andPrlccs
Prices Wore Stationary StationaryMAY StationaryM Statio aryd arydMAY
MAY M Y DAY MANIPULATION MANIPULATIONIleport
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Ileport Is Current urUII Tlmt hAt r JlIfUtl HlM nre nreAfter aroAhor uroAlter
After tho Control IItro and Have I IIc IIcwroU 1cyrencdIock > c cvrei
vrei yrencdIock cd dltock Stock StockTrading llIrllolel llIrllolelTrndlng vuroacIyTrnttng
this thismorning thIsInornlllg tiInorntng
Trading on tho mining oxchango
morning was va extremely light and re resulted rllIullll r raulte4 ¬
sulted In tho recording of tiummctlons tiummctlonsInvolving tllln tiunacllQflIiivohing ncllons ncllonshwolvlng
Involving 47100 shares and 1377416 1377416Prlces 13714IG1rlJIJlgcnerolly 137141511tIcJI
ti trlllo lower or orstationary orIItntlOnlllY orBtAtlOnttIi
Prlces 1rlJIJlgcnerolly generally wore
stationary at yesterdays lluures rito ritofeature fhlltcaturo Thufenturo
feature of tho call nU was u3 May Day whichwas whichWilli which vhtcIiyaS
was heavily dealt In at prices between
43 und an SSKi JS at t which It Itclosell closed Alloorta Allort All MIlortH
about abouttho nhouttho aboutthe
oorta ort of bearish rumors nto alloat
tho property but they Imvo been vig vigorously vigoouIy Ir Irortluel ¬
orously ortluel denied cnlcdlJytho by b tho management mnnn Clllent It ItIs ItI
Is I staled that a crowd with money moneyheaded mane mane11cMed moneYeded
headed by b n certain broker is trying to togel tog toget
gel g l the control previous to tho annual annualmetlng nnnunl1nf nnnual3nqetlng
metlng 1nf tlnt which will be held In April AprilPalyWeal Apriltly4Veat
PalyWeal IIIY Weat was vn oft some n and d sold at atISCO n nlUO at1s5 t
ISCO while ii Con Mercur was loosened loosenedtip
tip to the extent ox tent of 600 QQ Bliarea at 186 186California U5Cnlltornln 15Calltornla
California was traded In at 18 and andMartha lIlIIt amlMartha
It Martha Washington sold nt Sty 3 3Yankee aYankeo
Yankee at 22Cwas 2 wns traded trallodln In und IIn tho thocall thocall tbocall
call closed with tho following quota quotalions quotntlons quotation
lions recor recorded recordedLISTED recodOLISTED cl clLISTED
LISTED BTOCKS BTOCKSStock 8TOOICSj t3TOCICSRtoc1t
j Stock Illd Asked A8kcdlAJ AskedAlttx AkcdID
AJ Alttx x M 10 10I QV QVblon j
Albion blon i 1 1I a aCariBa i ijirsa
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2a 7 7Con
I Cnrlsa jirsa eie i 11 11Con b ihL
Con Mercur 1 181 J 1 5i 5iCreole S714 S714f
100 00 001aly
f Creole CI olo a
M MDaly
I Daly Dnl se 105 1 o 5 230 230DalyWest 130I 2 30 301niyVut
I DalyWest I nly West i I 1809 18 CO 0 W WDaltonLarU ISnulton 70 70Dalton
DaltonLarU Dalton k Lark LarkDexter Ul UlDexter 01Dexter
25 25Eagle
Dexter s r rKaglo
Eagle 1 Blue DluoD Dell Il i J5 75 00 00Oa1t111n < >
Oa1t111n 1 atflt i I IrMt 16 16rllillltcI1rAI
ntz 249 2 24 4 300 300JMW 3 00 00horn
rllillltcI1rAI rMt J M j 13
horn 01 Sifyor vor t tIngot s JMW JMWmn 02 021nlot IL ½
Ingot mn fl J 05U 05 ½ 05 05Lower 0r4 0r4loer 05Lower
Lower Mammoth KM II CI CIMammoth t tMnmmolh CJtaminotli
Mammoth I 7 1 lMay j jMo JOMay
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May Mo Day 3814 3 3S ½ 38 38Nevada 28NevtOa I
Nevada 10 wNorthern 10North 10North
Northern North rn Light LightOntario r 03 t tOntario
Ontario 860 8 GO 0 0 25 25Pcro 2GPeIo 2
Pcro 1 eo 10 10Rncrnmeitto 10RIItamento 10atnniento
Rncrnmeitto i 12 12Bunshlnfc 12SunshIn
Bunshlnfc 25 27 27Sliver 27Rilver > I ½ n nSilver
Silver King I < ng 7600 7600Silver 7GOORlIer 1G 0O 0OBIIver
Silver Shield 05 O 07 07Star 07Ulir 07tar
Star tar Con fl 14 1 14V 14VBwaiwn 14 14Swtlhse 144i3vnhen
Bwaiwn II 100 1 00 UO UOSouth 1 to toRoUh 00South
South Swansea wanea 21 2W 4 9 w whawvr T TShower 1ShoWer
Shower Con Ii q 14 11U 14U I
U S Con 80W 30 20Teora 1 1Tesora V4 V4Tesara
Tesara 03li 03 ½ 1i 1 1United 12Utlted 1iUnited
United Sunbeam 40 40Utah 101Yta O OUtah
Utah 30 49 49Valco 49VllIeo 40Valco
Valco h II ii 10 11 11UNLBTED 11UNLSTED 11UNLSTED
UNLSTED STOCKS STOCKSStocks STOCKSLOckL I IStocks
Stocks Did Asked AskedBen AskedBen Askedlien
Ben Butler 07 07Boas 01nosl 073 0731oss
Boas Tweed 25 2 37 37California 37Calltornl 37aIItornk
California 1N4 17 1SJS 1SJSCentury
Century io 30 30Dalton 10Dnlton i iDalton
Dalton 01 01Kmerald 01l11ernld 013mera1O
Kmerald H t 05 08 08Golden OSOoldenEaile 08aoideu
Golden OoldenEaile Eagle o 02 2 US USGolcbndtt tISOocbnda U3OoTcbnda
Golcbndtt 01 01Jem 01JOII iiJc
Jem Jc Bowers 02 02La 02Lonelno 02La ½
La Lonelno ReIns 11 12 12Llttjo 12Little 12LItto
Little Chief i It 11 IS ISManhattan 15Mnnhattan 18Manhattan
Manhattan OUi oi 0114 01 01Matth 01Matha
Martha Washington 03 01 01Illchmond
Illchmond Anaconda 05 10 10Totro 10Tetro 10Otto
Totro Otto H 1391 13 18 18Victor 16Vlct 10Victor
Victor Vlct > a 10H 10 to toWest 10Wet LoSVet
West Morning Glory 03 024 i 03 031
TankeeCon Yankee Can 226 I 26 2 27H 27HBALKS 21 21SALES 27SALES ½
SALES BALKSCarlsa SALESCorisa SALESCarisa i
Carlsa COO at 26 28Con 26COli 26Con
Con M MIrour rcur 600 OO at 185 fl SO 0
DalyWest D ly4Vet t CO 0 at 1860 100 at 18CO ISCO1nlot
Ingot SOU G at 05W 05 05Lownr 05Lowor ½
Lower Mammoth BOO at C5h 30 WO WOAt tOOat 000at
At 65 65May 6GMnyDit 65Mtiy
May MnyDit Day COO at nt42 42 300 nt 41 mil 12CO 12COnt l2COot 12C0at
nt 11 1 7000 at 40 10000 000 nt 39 MO at
89 2 9 ½ tj itOiJ COO GO ivt 40h 16j 16 1400 nt 39 400 at
3S14 38 Total otaI 13100 13100Northern 13100Northern 13100Northert
Northern Light IlghtliOO COO at 03W 03 600 at
03 03Btnr J JBtnr
Btnr Con 1000 nt 14 1m 1000 at 14H H
2000 OOQJ1t nt 14 tOo at 14M U ½ Total MOO
Sunshine Sun hll1e 200 nt 27
Valoo 600 OO at M4 10 ½ 300 at 11 1000 at
10s 30 Total 1SOO
Culjfornla 600 00 at 18Hi 18 ½ j COO at 18
La Heine 900 00 at 11 COO nt 10H 10 1000 1000nt 130at
nt 10V48 10 ½ s 30 Total 2400 2400Martha 2400Morlha 2400Martha
Martha Washington 1000 nt 0314s 024r
30 O 1000 at 03ft 03 1000 at 03 4S 20
Total 3000 3000Victor 3000Victor 8000Victor
Victor 100 nt 19 1000 nt 19 ½
West Morning Qlory Olor 6009 1i00Dot at 039i 03
Yankee 200 nt 220 220OPEN 22GOPI 226OPEN
OPEN OPI N noAno HoAnD1i0Dal noAnoCO
CO 1i0Dal Daly Wept We t ISCOs 10 Jt °
100 May Day Da3S 334 38 i ijOG 4
COO Sacramento Saeram l1toi 15
1200 Slur Con 14
SOO Sunshine 26 T
GOO California 18 18MO
MO 1 California 18M 18
1000 California CalltotnlnJm9 J7Js 10 1
600 1 California l lrs < fcs 10
600 California 17H8 17 ½ a 15 1iGOOO
COOO Martha Washington Wn hlllgton 0354s 30 30TOTALS 30TOTAIS 30TOTALS
TOTALS TOTALSReuular TOTAISn TOTALS1egu1ar
Reuular n gulnr call 35760 shares J1I74550 1lm o
Open board 11300 shares J20J825 J20J825A 2MS 5 5A
A 8 4 Cutnplifll Ntnrk llrokcr Jltokfrt02203
202203 202 203 D I F Walker Block Tel 538 538llroberg ml1rober C3 C3flroberg
llroberg l1rober H Tlioiiipimi Tho llimll stock Stokflrnler llrntierii I1to er
21 Walker Droll Dank IVldc nld Tel 1257x 1257xNEW UG7zNEW 1257NEW
NEW CATALOGUE CATALOQUECIIUnCII OP OPCHURCH O OCUUflCfl
CHURCH WORKS f fJust fJust PJust
Just Isnued b ued Send to Cannon Book
Store peserot Deserot News NeWl1kIIOPS Props 11 and 13
Main Street Salt Lake La Laice e City Utah for
a frc copy Special terms to dealers
agents and canvassers canvassersWhen COI1lHscrsWh canassersWhn
When Wh n clilldrcn have earache etur
at aU a piece at cotton with BALLArtDfl
SNOW LtMMENT and place Ince u in the lie
ear It will stop the pain nulckly
Price CO cents Z C M 1 Drug Dept DeptAll DeptAll DeptAll
All who o desire Information of the thenddrcm theoddrellsetcot thenddres
nddrcm oddrellsetcot etc of Salt Lakes musIc
Ceactora should consult thu Muslclar M u8Iclllr
Directory nubllihed on the Dramatic Dramaticend
end Musical pago aia ot the Saturday
News NewsAutobiography NowutoblographY NewsAutobloraph
Autobiography ot Capt Jcmei S
Brown SID pageS bound In cloth Prlc Prte2C0 e
J2CO UCOitor 2C0 for tale at the Cannon nook Store StoreDeserct StoreDeseret StoreDeseret
Deseret New Props 11 and 13 Main
Qtrtet tmtSalt oJt La ake ke City l iE ptah Won t4th
GRAND CENTRAL CENTRALMAMMOTH OENTRALMAMMOTH CENTRALMAMMOTH
MAMMOTH CASE CASEJudgo aASEJudgo OA8EJudgo
Judgo Marlonoaux Refused to Ad Admit Admlt Admit ¬
mit Amended Countor Claim ClaimTHE Claimr ClaimlIN CIaIrnTIIJ
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THE lIN OPINION OP THE COURT COURTllrurluit COUl l li lIIrurlllrl
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llrurluit llrurluitDlclnoii 8a in Ioii IIIC rullIlIjllr rullIlIjllrJllch r rJkIofl
Dlclnoii Jllch OIlltnrlfI iharifil With Couitwplul CouitwplulUoimVlciorr oiIIHlt 01 01Couultlor ulCoiitIllur
UoimVlciorr IorOrmnl Ior or AIIIIIII c CeiiIraIa CeiiIraIarho iurHl elllrltirhe iurHlTho
Tho court room at Nephl presented a amost nmost aJttO8t
most IntirMtlng scone yesterday ye turdny when whenJudgo wh whflJtigo n nJII
Judgo JII gl Matloneaiix gave I1ve his opinion In Intho Intho Inlie
tho ClriVhd Otl III tentrnl eiitralMnnimotli Jrllllllloth ense the theoutline theoulllne tleoutline
outline of which won given In last lastoVtffllns8 Illstoonll1 lastevenIngs
evenIngs oonll1 NeW NeWTlioro NIW8Thoro NeWsThoro
Thoro wer present W H Dickson of oftho otthu ofthu
thu Clrnnd Imn Central ooutml mid Ull John JohnM
M Kmio and Ool ol 1lekett of tho tt Mam Mamtnoth Mnl1InothJo Mammoth
moth InothJo boalUes ll1ell many people Interested InterestedIn
In tho cnwe It wn WtlH11011l11t11 WON not until afternoon afternoonthat afternoonthnt afternoonthat
that the decision refuting to admit 1l nn nnntnomlBd nnMnended nilninoniSd
ntnomlBd counterclaIm on motion or ortliu ortho ofthu
tliu derpmliint waN aimouncod aimouncodJudge nn1UullcdJllrlge anounctIJtuigo
Judge Marlonenux In bin opinion opinionwhich ollinionwhich opinIonwhleh
which follows piuotlcnlly gave to tho thoGrand thoOrond thetIrand
Grand Cunt Central ml Iho right rllfhllloW now iio to operate operatetho
tho oro bgdle that have boon In dl dlptito dr1IIIIu tile tileliuto
ptito and also lnn so fur as the original originalcase ollglllnlCIUO
case goes dismissed lsl118 ell1 ell1rhe It ItThe
The Mammoth may bring another anothernull allOthnsuit anothersuit
suit along the lines laid InltlllowlI down by Judge JudgeMnfloneaux JUdgoatlul1cllult JudgeMntIuncnU
Mnfloneaux some time ago II go but by his hisopinion hiS011lnh1n hisopInion
opinion no amended counter claim will willbo willIjo
bo ndmlltcil ndmlltcilTho 1I1Imlllelllho
The opinion follows followsNotwithstanding followsNotwlth oIIoWsotvItlutandIng
Notwithstanding Notwlth tlllllling the criticism which whichcounsel whichcoun hlclicounNel
counsel coun cl has pnwed Ila sIJd upon thu court courtreasoning courtsreaslInlng coUrt5reasnIng
reasoning granting a new es trial and andwhich tI1dwhich ud udwhich
which In a proper manner they have a aright nrlsh aright
right t to txprmH H this motion which I Iam I111I Iam
am am about n hou tte to decide IH to be decided decideduRiiltiBt decldetlnlllln8t deldetiagainst
against thu Mammoth MillIng com company COlliIJDny coinPanY ¬
pany tot or the very reason and upon tho thovery Ihuver thuver8
very ver principle which I announced when whenI
I uruntcd uruut d the Mammunth Mining com company com1I111Y coitipatty ¬
patty a now flC trial and If It wore not for forthe turthe forthe
the fact that I nsrcu In that rcanonlnff rcanonlnffand ren rcasunIn rcasunInand onlnlf onlnlfnlld
and these principles tit tile Urund Cen Ccntrrtl Cenlrrtl Centriti
trrtl Mining company now would woUltlllot not bi bionlltlad b bcntlthld heuntItled
untItled to have this motion to nmenTl nmenTltho IIm nnim1tito i1 i1tho
tho counterclaIm rclusud I think It ItIn ItI itIs
In I clear that in cases uf this character characterone
one tjiintf to be done IH to lay before beforetho hetorotho beforethe
tho ctourt nil the facts to Hhow the thecourt tltecuurt flieitlrt
court itlrt tho real condition of the ground groundThat smundthut groundthat
That may bo called the real ovldence ovldenceThen 01ldencerhell oyldcflcerum
Then rum In addition to that coition In 1 u utrain utrahl ittralit
train of exports who elate to tho court courttho courttho courtthe
tho proper conclUHlontf to bo derived derivedfrom derivedtrolll derIvedfrom
from those facts Thus there ar Ilro two twoelates twocla twoclae
elates cla cs of evidence evidence tluit goea goeato INOSto iocstottie
to tottie the facts und then these oxpruslons oxpruslonsot xpr salong salongof
of opinion o1 > lnlon I remember Judgo HomIer Henderson ¬
son when he was urging against the thedecision Ihodecision thedclsIon
decision of the th court In granting a new lIewtrlnl tis tistrIal newtrial
trial I allowed him to argue for or what whatI
I favored He said that I granted it itnow IInew itnow
now trial trlqllll In order to hoar the Mammoth Mammothpeoples Mamll10thJIOOpIO8 MiunmotitPOOPIOB
peoples experts express an opinion as asto asto asto
to whether the strike of this vein was wasnorth lIaRnorth wa wanorth
north 7 degrees west after It left the theCunningham theOunrtlnghnm thec3unnlngiuiuistope
Cunningham c3unnlngiuiuistope slope and antIhe he Insisted that thatthat thntthnt thatthat
that WAS the weakest kind of evidence evidenceand ollllenclIIIld evidencettid
and a1 a new no trial ought to be granted grantedfor
for Or the t1i purpose of licmimj opinions opinionsand opliitone7and I
and yet et It I Is manifest that every min inI ¬
ing cane caols Is conducted upon the theory
that opinions are of tho very
highest class of evidence If Ifnot ItIIOt Ifnot
not why Vb thlH vast expense of bringing bringingexports brIngingfxports bringIngcxpert
exports to express opinions Common Commonminers Comlllollmlnerl Commonminers
miners can acquaint the court with all allIctll
facts In the case which tho parties partiesceek J1Brtlesteek partiesceek
ceek to establish It Is for that reason
that I thought the Mammoth Mining Miningcompany Miningcompaqy Miningeompaty
company was entitled to have Its ox oxrerts oxJerlll oxerts
rerts erts oxpresi an opinion upon thnt thntrolnt thntIolnt thatmint
mint Here it Is fold that the court courthaS
has been OII put In postesslon POIIc slon of all tho thotacts thotuots titoaote
tacts I have been I think I tinder tinderMand lndorIanll undertantl
Mand nil the th fatla that pertain to thlH thlHcontroversy thlHIontrora thiscontroversy
controversy I have tried to understand understandthem
them Possibly nono of tho facts have
hcen l eeJ pr prtllenld ent d but here I have an announced alllIounced anliollnced ¬
nounced a theory Upon that conclusion conclusiontho
tho plaintiff company has never b been en
heard I think that they the lire entitled to
be heard upon such a theory before the thecourt thelOUlt thecourt
court should render ft Judgment against
them Just exactly as the Mammoth Mnmmolh1I11111ng
Mining oompmiy wrm entitled to bo boheard 110heotd hobeard
heard Upon the th theory ns to the strlko strlkoff trlkuIf
ff If tho vein eln after It left the th Cunningham CunninghamHtppo untllnghnmtllle unitloghaintple
Htppo 1 would be 0 a long time before beforeleiUlorlntf boColO1IIIdorJnll beforereitdntinjj
leiUlorlntf a judgment upon a theory theoryupon IheOl IheOlUPOII
upon which tho party had never been beenheard bee beenheard II IIhoorc1
heard Therefore I think It would be a avery avoty iivery
very gravis injustice InJu tlcH to allow Rllolthlll Rllolthlllfln this thisumendnvint thlatunendnint
umendnvint fln ndm nt to he tiled und then to enter enteri
I i Judgment Judll11enUbllreon thereon against the Grand GrandCentral JlOndcentral IrandCentral
Central Mining lIlIln company companyI
I realize that of count the thec08t cost of ofthe otth ofthe
the th case has ben great 1 did 11111110t not con conider 1011ltlr conder
< < ider thtt a nulllclent reason r ason for reCite refusntf reCusInl reCiteItt
Itt ntf to jrant the Mammoth company a nnofr aMr ane
nofr ne trial I do not consider that a atielent suf suflelent IUtflelent
lelent reason allon now no for or not dtimlsclng dtimlsclnghis
this cobnt cotll1UuIlnlm rclalm The court cannot cannotexpecPd cRnhlotbe nnllotbe
be expected to tnko care of the par partlu J1nrHu jnrties
ties flntnelal fll lal interest I think that thatwhat thntwhnt thatwhat
what I imvo y hemofore snld should be bedone heIIQn beilone
done that tin1 th counterclaim should be bedlsmlsoed tJedIBmllfNJd bedismissed
dismissed dIBmllfNJdNIII
Notices NIII hclI of ofSpecial 1lIlJ Ilf1I1 Ilf1I1Special I liiSpecial
Special lorr eorreMllondlnoe eorreMllondlnoeProlo pondBnM pondBnMTrovo
Trovo tHnh Co March 12 12Tho Tho Cal folowing tollowIng Callowing
lowIng notices of loratlon have bucn bucnfiled tJuenmed buenfiled
filed with I h the county recorder recorderKaolin recortlorIeolltl recorder1aoilu
Kaolin NOl 1 and 2 In the low iot hills hillsabout hillsaLoul hIllsabout
about one mile northerly from the Ore Oreton OrofJon Oregun
ton Short Line depot at J lchl < ehl Junction Junctiony
by y Otto Hudson ct nl nlConundrum n1onuntllult1 alConundrum
Conundrum on Stems Quarry hill ono onnand ononnel oneanti
and onefourth mile north of Iolil IolilJunction IohlJunction LehiJunction
Junction by b Otto Hudson et al atMonard alon aldonrti
Monard on n1 No 1 1 situated about three threenlles Ihreemllll threemIles
nlles northeasterly from Provo City Cityy
by > y Jonathan Jonlth Durkley nUfkh et al nlIt alIt alIt
It a 1 Potter of f Salt Lake City has haslied hnsfIIedlOtI hasfileduotie
fIIedlOtI lied notle of appropriation of the wa watlJlI watore va vacm
tore cm of a spring sltutitcd about COO OO feet feetsouth leetMOUlh feetsouth
south of the th Willard eriCk spur of the thetlo thelUo thelIla
lIla Grande Western railway In Spanish SpanishFork Sponlshloork SpanishFork
Fork canyon canyonLocation canonllIcolloll cenyonijocatloti
Location Nutlco Filed FiledSpetlal FliedSpllnl FiletSpecial
Special Correspondence CorrespondenceProvo Corro pnlllellce pnlllellceProvo
Provo Utah Co March 13 13JOIItph 13JOIItphBrock l3JosphIlrockbank Jowph JowphIrockhank
Irockhank Brock > lInk ot al have filed notice of ofooatlon otlooltlon oflocatIon
locatIon of the following toll 0 wing mining claims claimsat
at the mouth of Water canyon nlxnit nlxnithree Ahoutthree aioutthree
three miles east of Salem tho th > statute ftllutethe statuteh
the h Utnh tah nnd the Nominal U F Wood Woodrard Wooowarl oaj oajward
ward ct at have tiled notice of location locationof
of the White Lilly mining claim sit situated situalecl sItutetl ¬
uated same as above aboveOtorge nhoveQClorse nboveGeorge
George 8 Moore ct al have quit quitrtnlrooO qUllJnlmedto quit1aimod
rtnlrooO Jnlmedto to R J Ward for the sum of
60 40 a I onoflflcunth Interest In the Cop Copper Copper Copper
per King l Ith tng and the Moor Mln lIntl No NomIning Nomining 2 2nlnlng
mIning claims In Provo mining tile dlsriot tll tlltrlot tiletrlQt
riot
MINING NOTES NOTESColilleffron NOTESCol1feftrOn NOTI3SCoi1fcffron
Colilleffron has returned from a visit visito Ialt Ialtto
to o Tlntlc properties propertiesTwo
Two cars citriotflrte of affine tine crude ore from the theDay theInS theMat
InS Day will wUILe bis sampled samplcllloday samplclllodayFh today todayFive todayFi
Five Fh Fi more cars of ore from the Horn 1IorpU4
pU4
BHver will bo marketed today or tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row
Manager H II dimming of if the High Highland JIhrhJllnd hIIgltitttUI
land hay liftH returned from a trip to toMontana toMoatnnn toMontana
Montana MontanaThu
Thu West CJenUiry nsnodhniunt nSI tllIItlnt of oCCtlill ofceilt ½ 4 4coin
coin n shitfo ninountlng to J2BOO Is l da dalliKinrnt duoIlIlflUtnt doiliiiiient
lliKinrnt totlny totlnyCol tO tcdneal Il1 Il1Col
Col al Honry JIonrYllltmnl Attman of the Mojostlo MojostloCopper MnJ MajostloCopper tl tlCOPlCJI
Copper company haw Murncd from fromChicago trolnChloago fromChicago
Chicago and Iwvvcs today lollo for heaver licavcrcounty HeuvoreoUllt heaverCOon
county countyOit COon Ly LyOie
Oit < altO bullion sottlomanta Bottl monts In this thiscity thisolty titlecity
city yenurduy ye tIII ainouit IIlIIoulltlf < 1 to as100 T TU 1 1U
U JdtiM A Co JttCOOi UUOO McCornlok McCornlokCo
Co 111600 111600Col 11600Col i100Cal
Col 1J A Wall who lina h Just re returned roo roolutllfll toturned
turned from ningham reports tile thoHogeis thQHOIJPla tileItoera
Hogeis mill to be working perfectly on onColumbia onColulIILJIt onCoIumbit
Columbia oto otoManager otollInuger otet1imnuger
Manager George Dent of the Con ConlleTcur COli1f1CUt CoitleTetlr
lleTcur will return from tlio property propertytonight propOIIYtOlllght propottytonight
tonight and It Is JSftt mated llld with a nioa nioawitlsfictory1 taoist 1II0at1I11ItuIIII taoistsmitlatIctor
witlsfictory1 report of this months monthscleanup montholonnup monthscleanup
cleanup at the mill millFrom 1011IJrrulI1 mIllFront
From Tonoimh cornea CO III III the wornlmthat wnrnfqKthlllnillor wornlm sarniflgthat
that thlllnillor minors tteKlfig employment should shoulinot shouldl10r
not lIOCIHld roc d to Hint till dltUrlct for two twoinoniln twomoiltlft twoinoHti
inoniln yet Tlioso TIio ontorlnif tho tile dlsirlrt dlatllet tileti
irlrt ti Ut now should go very w well ll equipped equippedThe d dThe
The UtahWyoming Oil company hag hagOBII I1tL I1tLbeen
been OBII delayed ror or several we seeks ks by tho thotardliiHs th th1II1llInt811 tbtaitilnesa
tardliiHs In antval urllmlnt of the casing casiii for forUs tOrJIB fOrIts
Us well w lI Hut as the piping will be ot otthe 611 611tIll ontilt
the ground this week 011 operations will wIll1w
l bo > o resumed In u f few w days daysMnnugtir dnyaMlIliulfllr tiaytIanuier
Mnnugtir Lutlirop of till Ophlr IH l
having a lame torago reservoIr oxen oxcaMitcil OXOIIIlei oxenitted
Mitcil In the botoin of tho shaft which whirlWIIR whichVila whichwas
Vila cunk to duvelop n vvator supply
Hy II thlH means ho hopes to provide the theplant theltltttit
plant will 11 all the water nacestiary to torun torun o orUII
run It ItThe ItTho ILTIme
The Hasten and Idaho company hat
forwarded to t Salmon City Clt for t record recordileds
deeds to the tii Chloride and thu Mauuoketaclaims Maquoketaclnlll1s Mauuoketa iaquoketacIline
claims In the Kprlng Mountain mining
district Idaho The outline wero ro rocently recenlly rocemitly
cently purchased nnd tho company now nowowns nolVownH nowOVTtH
owns C altogether with 4 additional additionalclaims 1I1I addItionalciaIin lllouni lllouniclulll8
claims tinder unl1 r option
President A J Harrell Qt tho Crown CrownMilling Crown1II11111 C own ownMlllliig
Milling company nnd tho builder of tin tinMay taMny iii iiiMay
May Day mill cumo lIno in from Nevada NevadaycstQidayi Nevlllnyc Nevadayestaidny
ycstQidayi yc lollo lie Mutwi that the mill a atho nthu athe
the Mny Day will not be b rioted down downand downanti own
and that the t e mechanical defects In tho thoplant tholJlant theplant
plant that have caused cII Nlso so much trouble troublon
n 1110 Id being remedied au II quickly qllll kly UN possi possible Iloulble itoesIble ¬
ble Mr Harrell believes that tho thoprocess tho111oceRS theProcess
process Is all right and that very soon soonthe tIOonIIII soontIme
the mill will be demonstrated n sue success 8UOCOHI suecase ¬
cess
o
Iulntttrfi Hlrlka GotH GUHPlttsburff SeriatiM lt1rlllullttshurg SeriatiMVltteburg
Plttsburff Pa March 11Tho paint painters I > alnt alnt1re
ers strike Is growlnir sorlous on ao aocount 110tOunt nocount
count of the Importation of nonunion nonunionrn
rn men n Over 100 mon m 1I carne In yesterday yosterdayand yestertln11lll1ln
and 11lll1ln nil many more me on oi their way The Tholast Thelast I Ilalt
last allotment nll tll11nt arrived from Washlnc Walmlntoit
Ion IJ I C during the night and was wasmet wanmoot UI UImet
met at the llnltlmoru Ohio station IluUoltJslrlklJrs by bystrikers bystrIkers
strikers pickets Several I men were werebadly WlI1hltclly werebadly
badly beaten bcfoni tho crowd wuu wuuscattered IIUUsraUeled tviumecattuied
scattered by tho appearance of tho thopolice thoollro lImopollee
police policePresident polleePresident ollro ollrolrellllont
President Samuel Compare of the
American Federation of rabor r anti anti0dm I
den Prot Bnlbrom of lie Brother Brotherwod
hood of Painters Decorntow and Pa Paicrhangers InJI Pajwrimangers
icrhangers JI nro nr pxpecird her today to toHctilc toctllo tottattie
Hctilc the trouble if possible possibleMr
Mr II ItarrnnH Jlnrro N elll in Ililllpplnc IlilllpplncWashington IhllllllllllclWa liilIlppliiesWashlnitton
Washington Wa hlnutonr March 13 13Dtwld David P
Harrows was IM again before tho senate senatecommittee sountecommittee scilatecommittee
committee on Philippines today todll and andwas andn9 andwail
was n9 subjected to a series of Interroga Interrogaorlen
tories by b the members In answer to toa toII toIL
a question by J Mr Carmack Mr Ir Bar Barrows Unrros 13crrows
rows jald that a majority of tho adult
Chilstlnnlzed olcrrtrtit In the Islands Islandscould IslanllscouII Islandscould
could read and write writeIn
III the province he had visited vl ltell Mr
UarroWn said IlI ld that the arable land that thatcould thutconll thatcould
could be brought under rice or sugar sugarculture sugurculture sugarculture
culture Is very ery generally occupied and nndclalmod alldclahnod andcimmiritod
clalmod litH IH observation had bean that
he Flllnlno Is the only 0111 agricultural ele eleiiont element dcnient
iiont the Chinese not working much In
Ihu he sun sunLord sunIlorcJ sunLard
Lord Pannfconite III Anhcrlllo N NAehelIIo 0 0Ashevlllc I IAshevIlle
Ashevlllc X NC C March I 1rcli 13Lord 13Lordauncefote
auncefote Is the guest of Mr and Mrs IS
George 1C Vanderbilt nt their Illlt Illltmore Jiltmoro hutmore
more home having arrived late last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night Iortl Pfluncefote Is suffering
II0m rom an attack of asthma and It Is
hoticht his visit will L toe a bcneflt to his hislealth
health henlth1III healthllssatItaotltmn lealthlnnnil
1III llssatItaotltmn lnnnil ntl ftiitlon Orciit jjn Ircutin In CantonChina CantonChinaCanton antonChlllnCnnton
Canton March 13Thcro Is great tile dlitlsfactlon tileetisfactIon
tlsfactlon licro at tho Jixtorllonnto Jixtorllonntoaxes
la tax axes < s which the mandarins n ant levying
under the pretext of meeting the In instnllrnemmts
tallmonts of th ChInese Indemnity
Time ho inorchnnta have petitioned time v veroy vi viceroy 1 1eroy
eroy for redress assorting that they theyear
fear ear tlio action of the mandarins will willcad
cad to an uprising IlIul1rl8lngCIIf11h uprisingCavalry UlirlalniCitniiy
Cavalry CIIf11h for Dlntnrlmil rl UlMrlct UlMrlctVenice ItlflllctVonlc lltictemiice
Venice emiice March 13Detnchments of ofnvolry ofcIIolr ofcavalry
cavalry left Padun today for the var varous nr
Iou ous districts disturbed by th the strikes of ofigrlctiltunil 01ngrtultumlloIJorcrR ofngrieultunul
igrlctiltunil ngrtultumlloIJorcrR laborers Troop Troo hitvo also alsoeft
left Kcrrera to enforce order In the Cop
11aro iaro district districtTnllutlil dllltrictfo tietrictin
Tnllutlil fo 11111111 llrltlHh Ifnttloflhlp IfnttloflhlpLondon BnttlollhllUIondon lnttleehlipMLondon
London March 13 13Tho Tho BrItish nd ndmlralty ndmlralty adnmlralty
mlralty has contracted with various varIousship lrlou8IIhlp
hip building companies for the th con construetlon conatruction
tructlon of live first class and two twothird twothIrd
third class cruisers and two battle hattieships
hips 8hlp8Ocrrnlln shipslerimtn hipsOoriiiiin
Ooriiiiin TarllT Commltlro Crlllclsoil CrlllclsoilHerlln CrlllclRfl1lIerlhl Cr11 lelMell lelMellhlerlIn
Herlln March allh 13 13notore Hofore the tariff tariffcommittee turlffcommittee tamiffcommittee
committee of the rclchstag today the theorolgn theforolgn theforeIgn
foreIgn secretary Baron von Itlchthoff Itlchthoffcriticised n lttchtImoffrItIcieeil hlholf hlholfcrlUcl
criticised sl1 the action of the committee committeeeaterUay cOlnmlltereslerdny coinimmlttoyesterday
yesterday piovldlng for higher duties dutieson
on Italian lowers and vegetables Ho Hosaid Heeoll Itopalm
said such action would make It Impos Impossible hnpoHIble Iumpoeelble ¬
sible tp > conclude a commercial treaty treatyvlth tratywith trntywith
with Italy Itnl The government the score scorenry sccrotnry secretary
tnry nry continued could cO lhl not agree tp such suchobstinacy lIuchobsUnlc uoimobstinacy
obstinacy as It was determined to con conclude conclude conclods ¬
clude treaties h I1t101 with Italy Itlll and other othercountries otherCOUll othercountries
countries COUll t riGs
OiiUl for forNew lrNcs I INew
New York March 13 Addltlonal en enMgemcntR onInemenlll engagentente
MgemcntR of gold 0l1 amounting to J780 7o
000 100 were made today nt the subtreas subtreasury
ury for telegraphictransfer telegraphic trnnsr to San Sanranclsco
ranclsco This makes a total t lal of jz 2 2000o
00000 000o thus fur deposited deposl td for transfer transfero
to o Son Francisco l ranelH o The shippers are areaidlaw oroItllellw areLaitilaw
aidlaw nnd company and J w
Sullivan and company companyAMUSEMENTS companAMUSEMENTS companyAMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSAt 3 3At
At the Theater tonight thiXclll the Xelll com comrmny compony cornpany
pony makes Its bow bo In Uarl JJnrDI1I1 > ara Ft1 Frlet Frletohlll Ertetdue t tohle
ohle a rlrainatltatlOH by Clyde Fitch Fitchauthor Fitchauthor Fitchauthor
author ot Nathan Hale of the tory NtOIor storyof toryof
of th the heroine of the famous i tJoe01 > oem
VecdlMB a to say 111 It Is llarbaras youth youthwith youthviIh lIuthwith
with which trio ilaywrlrht deals den Is It Is Isn isa s sa
a matter of regret that th t Mr Nelllg ell may Mtn
ehoulil bo l llmltc1 to one night and that
the friends of himself and corm cornllilland cornllill ny nyand
and Mlf8 U I Julia Own V Nln etp OI sepetaily tally will willmve
mve no other opiortunlty to see them themon thei
on 0 tho present tour tourAt t toutt UI UIt
At t the thnOrlln1 Grand tonight tho new play nlavof lay
of Over the Sea S a will 111 be tho bill billRose billn billflose
Rose n e Coghmn appears at the Theater
tomorrow night 1n PorB FOl1lttlnoot FOl1lttlnootnnd tinenot tinenotand
and the advance n I1t1ce sale Is now going for forward torwnrd forrard
ward
AMALGAMATED AMALGAMATEDCOPPER AMAlGAMA AMALOAMTEDCOPPER TED TEDOOPPER
COPPER DOWN DOWNLargo
Largo Blocks Exchanged H Hl1l nds at atPrices t tPrlcos
Prices Below E3 low G G111IOK 64 64lUlONOIIANOES d dP1tIO1OI1ANOES < >
111IOK lUlONOIIANOES CHANGES WEIIE SVEREiIXItll SVEREiIXItllIeIiiia MIXED MIXEDDown I1XJtjDNoJIIII
NoJIIII If otitpnr NUlln Hent1t Down n Iolm Iolmfieiiernlly lohllUlIrollll IoIiiittatirwtds
UlIrollll fieiiernlly Held Heldiroliy IIfhlIrell flelillroIty
iroliy Irell WellNew Well UcilNow 8elircv
Now York Yo tIe March 13 13Iargo Largo blocks Of OfAmalgamated litAlllalgRlnntc otAmmmalgmminated
Amalgamated Copper changed ehl1t1 oo hands handslit hnndut
lit prices Mow Cl Anaconda was scesfectimi IIS af affected Ilttect ¬
fected tect 1I In sympathy Otherwise the thoprice Ihlprlco thelirico
price changes wero mixed The local localtraction localtrnotlol1 localtraction
traction group took the lead In o spot spotty Sll spotty t tty ¬
ty upward u wllrll movement which developed dovtlopodfiullo developedciullo developedutIle
utIle strongly after tho opening Man Manhattan Manhuttnn Matimuttan ¬
hattan rose 2i 21 2 to 131 1314 H There wim wimsome WLl1SOmo wtteSanto
some heaviness in rtceiit r ltlnt etroiu tea teutures tealures features ¬
tures Chicago Terminal preferred St BtJoseph StJo StJoseph
Joseph Jo oph Grand Inland und antllrort Fort Worth Worthnd Worthttntl
1111 nd Denver D nVlr City losing ground Amal Amalgamated AIIII1IKmI itrnaigmated ¬
gamated KmI tell Copper rec received lYetl somo support supportaround tllpportor stipportaround
around or und 63 and rallied over over n point pointMany flolntMallY pointMany
Many prominent stocks hung bdltw ln last IAutl1ht1I10vel lasttmlghta t tnights
nights l1ht1I10vel levul Selling of Sugar lowetcd lowetcdIt
It over It point and tlieiv wan some fur further turther furliter ¬
ther selling sell IIIII of Amalgamated canning canningcither CllI causingother hll hllolher
cither stocks to fall tnllllWu away in Hympiitliy HympiitliyTho
Tho trnctlona howovor held Colornclo ColorncloSouthern Co toiornc1oHouthern otllc1o otllc1oIouthom
Southern became hCl nll1 active on tin advance advanceto
to 28 North American exttmdod Its Itspnln ItMgnln Itsgain
gain to 3Va 3 International Silver 3 and andSt and8t andSt
St Louis Southwestern outhwo lcllI preferred IJtI tcrfed to 2 2Bonds 21I0nds 2ilontis
Bonds weio Irregular IrregularLater lIregulnrIater irregularLater
Later Sugar fell to 13A 123 I and an i tho mar market 111QIket atciket
ket became noarl yHtugnnnt y
MONEY AND BONDS BONDSMoney 130NDMOlley BONDSMohoy
Money on call steady til 3H 3 per cent centPilmo celltJ cexutPzImimo
Pilmo J lmo morciintllo paper 4mj 4 ½ 15 > 5 pin peiSterling pinSterling 1J1 1J1fHerlln
Sterling fHerlln exchange steady with aotuu aotuubuBlncus notulllLJu81t1eH6 actualbuslumess
buBlncus In bunkers bills al 487U 487
487 for demand and at 48BJHSSW 48G UM ½ for foiCO torCO forGO
CO days Posted rates 488018SI4 488018SI4Commercial U6I881hiCommorclnl 486UIS8Commmmercial ½
Commercial bills 48lOtS3 481 ½ 4S1 > 4 Mox Moxcan Moxlcall Meimu
can dollars 431J 43 43loverimipent ½
lovernment bondn steady Refunding Refunding2H
2H registered 109 2s coupon lOOHi I09 I 3d 3dregistered 38legllJtorld 3 3regIstered
registered nnd coupon 109Wi 10n ill nsw 4s 4sregistered 4areglttmed 4sreglstememi
registered nnd coupon cOl1 on 130 i old olelfA Is res resIsterod IcgIstcrcd regIstered
Isterod 111H 111 old ol 4s 4 coupon 112 ½ i Cs Csregistered fisllglstoretl Osregistereti
registered und coupon 100 100SUOAII 100I ½
1
SUOAH SUOAHSuga SUOAII8ul11Iaw StlOAItSugummIiaw
Suga 8ul11Iaw ltaw tinsottlcd Fair reflnlnli refining2h refining
2 li 2h centrifugal 90 test 3 3sugar IMllUiW IMllUiWsuua mnomusiurssugar
sugar sugarpowileroti r rIlowderolt 2M 2Mpowdared
powdared 18C granulated 47C 47CCoffee 476Cartee 47GCoffee
Coffee dull No No7 7 lUo BJJ BJJMVlV G 51jIVi1OC1t
MVlV 111 1jIVi1OC1t 1jIVi1OC1tCIUCAGO MOCK MOCKCHICAGO flJOCICCmOAOO
CHICAGO CHICAGOChicago CmOAOOChicago CIUCAGOChicago
Chicago March 13Cattlo 13Clltllel1ecelpte 13Clltllel1ecelpte1GOO Tlecolpts
1600 Strong lOe higher Good to prime primesteers primesteers
steers CCOif700 poor to medium mediumC35 Ur UrG3
C35 Htockcro and feeders 2f032 2f032cows 250f1G2cows 2tO52cows
cows 140 t OfjGO tCCO heifers 2f0 2r0rG0 rOCf GO can canners cnnnerB canacre
acre 140 i40240 240 bulls Ii50ftl90 calves calves3COG40 cnlV cnlvoe300tG4O S
3COG40 Texas fed steers 4760nO 4760nOHogsHecelptsTodoy 475500tJorslIecolpIRrollay 475J6OOblogsiteccipteToday
HogsHecelptsTodoy 22000 tamer tomorrow lomorIOW tamerlow ¬
row 27000 left over 5G 5500 O Strong Mixed Mixedand Mixedaim
and aim butchers bulch rs 0100055 OIOfO G good to choice choiceheavy choicehenvy choiceheavy
heavy 040 640TG5O < iTlJ50 GGO rough heavy 015 G15tG3i G15tG3ilight 635 635light GaIIHht
light C05Q630 G0r 630i bulk of nates 616B49 616B49Sheep 61 61i640SheepReceipts G40 G40SheopHocchJt
Sheep SheopHocchJt Receipts 3000 Sli Simep cp steady steadyLambs llcndyIambll steadyLambs
Lambs steady Good lo choice wothera wothera430g62C wotht
430g62C 430 G2 fair to cholco mixed 315W 3J6fJ440b
440 western sheep 4COjfr75 native nativelambs nnt1eJam natiteIamn6
440b lambs Jam s 4000550 western lambs 425 42Gi < Q >
060
OMAHA OMAHASouth O OMAhASouth tAII tAIISouth
South Omaha March 13 13ClttJoTe 13ClttJoTecelpls 13CattIeTecelpta Cattle Re Receipts ¬
ceipts 3100 Market steady lower lowerNative lowerNntlve lowerNatIve
Native steers 4000075 400 67Gi cow and heif heifers helters imeifere ¬
ers 3250B25 32G 52G western ulcers 400 4O0
530 1 Texas steers 3760450 3 7 a4r0 canners cann canners12330Q rs rs12I
1250300 12I 300i stockers and feeders 275
475 calves 3603675 bulls stags etc etc276047B ete27ra47G etc2700J415
276047B 276047BHogsReceipts
HogsReceipts 11000 Market strong slronjHeavy IItronglIel1VY stronghIcay
Heavy 6160640 mixed 8100625 8100625Ight 610fG2G11lIt 510625light
light 575015 pigs U00530 bulk of otsales oflale9 ofsales
sales 5103030 5103030Sheep G10 61063OSheopfleceipt 030 030Sheepnccelpt
Sheep Sheepnccelpt Receipts 5000 Market steady steadyVed steadyTed tendyIcd
Ted muttons 450B30 westerns 400 4COTn75 400J7
Tn75 J7 owes 375Q4CO common and andmockers andIIlockers andstockers
mockers 4250575 4 2G 5 75 lambs 530 5306251ANSAS 630SC25 630SC25JCANSA8 625 625IcN
JCANSA8 IcN AS CITY CITYKansas C1TY1Clns9 CiTY1ansas
Kansas City March 13Cattle 13CattJHe 13CattJHellpts Re Rerilpts
rilpts 2000 Including lood T Texans TexllnStwnf TexansStrong xan xanStrong
Strong Native steers fiOOCS25 Texan Texannnd TexllAInllndlan Texanintl
nnd Inllndlan Indian steers 4CO 4CI5 4CQi565Textis 505T TIXI XH8 cows COI coas825C460
3250460 32540 native no I 0 cowe and helforn elfprf 825 32557G 25
576 stackers Rtokor4 and Inll feeders tetfI 3000510 3000510bulls 3CO 3COfJi10buliK 10 10Lu
bulls Lu I i 3260425 325046 calves 4000 4000Hogflecclpis 400501IogiIteceipts t600950 t600950HogRRecolpts
HogRRecolpts Hogflecclpis 8000 Market 3 centB centBtilKher centnhigher ntR ntRhigher
higher Bulk tllk of Bales 811el fi05C660 615060 hear hearC10fICO heaG0fGGO
C10fICO G0fGGO packers Ilcker 0150020 t5i 20 medium mediumC IMllur medium6l0U3O
C 100830 G101G30 light tght BS00 UO L50625 62G 25 yorkerg yorker 600 600IO2 60062I
0625 IO2 62I pigs III S000C50 S000C50Sheep 500r5 sooaoSheepltoceiptn
Sheep SheepHucelptR Sheepltoceiptn Rocelpts 2000 20 Market nrklt strong strongRhadc strn strnhalle strongalmade
Rhadc higher Muttons Mutona 620QS60 52 C5 0 litmbi litmbiOinnosO hl1h hl1h6IOfGSO liunits6llftG80 >
OinnosO owes 6IOfGSO 4600520 UOiG20 range wethers wcthrr G25IM65 G25IM65owes G25i565 G25i565OWeS 625360owes
PUODllOFil PUODllOFilCHICAGO IIiOiIlCFCIUCAC1O IOIJO IOIJOCHCAOO
CHICAGO CHICAGOChicago CHCAOO CHCAOOChlcnro CIUCAC1OChIcago
Chicago March 13May 1Ma wheat open opened openet ¬
ed et nt 11 t 7CU 7CI to 76 sold to 7GH 76 ½ and fell fellto tel feltto
to 7616 7616Cos 7 78 78CloseWhrntMarclm ½
Cos CloseWhrntMarclm WhrntMarch 734 73 May 76 71ii761 7578u 4 407B
07B i761 78u Tuly Tlir 76 76CornMarch 76CorIarrb 76CornMarch
CornMarch CorIarrb f0 f0 May Ma W WOatsMarch Gt GtOntsMarch GioatsMarch
OatsMarch 4 m 44 i May 454 454PorkMarch 451 4514ParkMarch
PorkMarch Iorklarch 1525 155 May 1540 1540IjxrdMarch 1i0 1i0IJrl 140LardMarch
IjxrdMarch IJrl larch 930 93 May 942H 942HWhsMarch 94a 94aIhlMnreh 942 942BibsMarch ½
WhsMarch IhlMnreh 835 May Ia 8100842J4 8100842J4Flax S1i842FlaxCash ½ 1
Flax FlnxCash Cash northwest nrthwest 172 172Barley 1i2nlrlellch 172harleyMarch
Barley nlrlellch March 65 65RyeMarch 55nMlrth 05llyeMarelm
RyeMarch nMlrth C5 C5BarleyCOWOS G5Barley 65flarley60G705
BarleyCOWOS BarleyCOWOSTimothy Barley flarley60G705Tlrnothy665 O 6
Timothy TlmothY6GG TlmothY6GGC1shhlltNo Tlrnothy665CashWheatNo 505 505CashWheatNo
CashWheatNo C1shhlltNo 2 2 red 83081 No
3 red 79051 No 2 hard winter 75 757G
7G1
76 No No3 3 hard winter 7t1 74 UiftWi ½ 75 ½ No 1 1northern 1 1northern
northern spring 7CG7S No No2 2 spring 75
077 77 No No3 3 spring prln 72078 72078CornNo 72tG 72tGCornNo3 721110CornNo
CornNo 3 69Vi 1i9H9Y 09tOatsNo < W9H ½
OatsNo 3 45045W 45045WNEW 4S45 4S45NEW 45145N1W
NEW YORK YORKNew YORe YOReNe YORKNew
New Ne York March areh 13WheatRe 13WheatRerelpts UWlcntne UWlcntnerelpts
relpts relpts 143450 13450 bushels bushel Started out olt eas en
ler IeI on account nCount ot realizing renllzlnR and tin tinweather tine nneweather tineweather
weather but rallied rntcll with wih corane corn grains
May rn 820S2B16 821782 516 July Jul 82 516082 16 jmI19 82 4
Sept Sept 81H081N 81H081NSAN SI 517S1SM W81 W81SAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOSan FnANCISCO81n
San 81n Francisco March 13 13Whct Wheat
Weaker WakC May ny 112H 1 112 ½ Dec Dec 109 spot
firmer Orter 111H 111HBarleyQuiet 1 1114haneyQuiet
BarleyQuiet DnrleQulet May M y 93 cash 95 S5MOOI 95WOOll 95ST
MOOI MOOIST WOOll WOOllST
ST LOUIS LOUISP
P St St Louis Ioull March 13 13Wool Wool 1 dull dul Ter Terrltor TerrHoI Tsrritory
rltor rHoI > anti western WOllern mediums 15017W lG17 ½
One 1216 coarse coarseLONDON 116 116LONDON 1215 1215LONDON
LONDON LONDONIxmdon LONDONlndon LONDONLondon
London March llnrcb 12 12ThQ The second series seriesof
seconr
of this titi years wool auction nuoton sale SII be began began begtmn ¬
gan here today The number of bales balesoffered balesotere balesoffered
offered otere was Wi 10010 and Ind consisted con81 tell of rep ¬
resentative selectIons The
tlntltlve elecUon attendance attendancewas
was 1 good goo and nndClmJ1ctUo competition spirited spiried and andreniral ondlenll andgeneral
general lenll The homo traders trad rs wer werp eager eageruyers
buyers > uyers A email smal supply of eri Cape of ofood
Good ood Hope Jopo and nnd Natal sold well at a
wel 1
arthlng advance advanceSAN nlhanceSAN advanceSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOSan FfANC1SCQ FfANC1SCQSM
San Francisco IranclC March lrch 12 12Nevada Nevada 12
12Ncvldn
914 1 eastern enltern Oregon Oregn 120H l U valley Ore 1
gon 13016 13il i mountain 1nountlln 9010
i IUJllt iijtiilt Mh IWO IWOtw IiUev
N tw ev w York Match Mnol lSUuttorRo lSUuttorRoCOlptH 1IIHorno 1IIHornotOI1t 13liutterfloOIpts
COlptH JjIOUpiwkagwi 2 iOpnclta Steady Stale Slllu Slllutl1
dairy tl1 20026 idt2t crtniliory CIIIOI 3 22027 27 Juno Junoflro JUlO JUlOI Junearetsnmery
flro aretsnmery I tnry ni ry nff84 Hal faptory fIQtlrj 1 1lZ 180120 180120bmnis1teoelpw ZO ZOWmtcllKKiltHM
WmtcllKKiltHM JJI JOJllpla Hioo I j packages packagesBtoady Iockne packagesIoody
Btoady State Sil to and 1111 Poiina IOllul 17 1 western westernuncundled weiter westernUnammdlod
uncundled Ul uudlOtl 17 17Ohlcnyo UQiIcsi 1 1OhlcRlo
Ohlcnyo QiIcsi o March tnlh 20n 10n the product produc6eo1iamtge productciolmiujc prOlco prOlcotdhanlrt
ciolmiujc tdhanlrt today t ny tho butter hUlor market IIInkot was wasMoody wa waitOady n ntOely
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