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THE SALT LAKE LA T1 HERALD TUESDAY rj ESDA I JUNE J E 30 O 1903
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L 1I MINES AND ANOING rtfING STOCK STOCKSFINANCIAL FINANGI t AND ND COMMERCIAL COMMERCI1tv fi v 1
IBIG BIG SAVING IN INTONOPAH INTO INi INTONOPAH
TONOPAH TO NOPAH ORES ORESTest
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Test Run Is Made at the th Wede Wedekhid Wedekind
kind Mill Mifft MiffPROSPECTS
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PROSPECTS FOR LAST CHANCE Cf AINCE AINCEt AINCEJUG
1 1BIG
BIG COPPKB COMDPAHY KAY BE BEi BELAUNCHED
i LAUNCHED TO WORK WORKI WORKlfilUon EC ECMillions
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Millions Millionsuntold untold oillUonof dollars dollarsn dolla dollaaddecl doflarMre
Mre n added t to the value of Tonopah TonopahJhe Tonopahy
07 y tb Jhe successful tests recently com comleted comlet cornleted
let leted d at the mill conn con conneted eted cted with the theedekind theedeldDd thee1ekJ
edekind e1ekJ mine near Reno Governor Governorjobn GovernorIobn Governoriohn
jobn Sparks of Nevada who is stopping stoppingt
at t the Kenyon Keny n says that in the recent recenttrial recenttrial
trial tra nm rim of Tonopah ore at his hl Wedeklnd Wedeklndmli Vedeklndmill
mli mill 9i 9 per cent of the valuf was w Saved ved
Th The cost of the process is h trifling com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with the value of the th ore orelr orfUp
Up to the he present pre ent only the highgrade highgradeore
ore of Tonopah has been shipped The Thesorailed Tbe8Ocalled
sorailed lowgrade has < been stacked stackedon
on the th dumps Ore averaging aVfra ing fao 3i in gold goldand goldanrl goldand
and silver to the ton is dfinated nated Iow lowflrrade Iowrade Iowgrttde
flrrade < rade and there are hundreds of thou thousands ¬
sands 111 of tons of a it Fiftyfive tons of
th thl ore from the Mlzpali and Belmont
led l Ieds d was shipped to the W yIfklnd < lekind mill
Thr Tonopah companys own metallurgist metallurgistaccompanied metallundstaCtmpanled
accompanied ace mpanled the consignment and con cont1Utt4l ¬
ducted the tests The saving t t vinl of 91 per peroent petent perent
oent ent was obtained easily The ore was
first ftn flr r roasted asted then run through the crush crushers crushtors crushcrc ¬
ers and the rolls and sent into the hypo
tanks It was demonstrated that roast ¬
ing would be necessary to all the ores oresilie or
ilie be < nst st however Is slight slightI
I dont believe It would be quite fair fairto faJrto fairto
to thA th other people to tell just what it iti itWOYld ftwould
i would cost them to mill their ores or with withI withthis withthis
I this process said Governor Sparks bat batIt
It Is mighty cheap
The governor Intimated that the cost costwas co clwas t tWas
was considerably under J5 to tou th ton
The principal problem which wilt come comeTonopah comen
p in the introduction c of the e pceces is
pie Inl nl rnwo wo
rn ro rosupply
Tonopah 1 n is I that of water An ample amplesupply amplesupply
supply of water at reasonable coat must muatsecured
be secured Until that Is done there will
bO b great cr at difficulty in milling the ores at a agood agood agood
good profit profitLAST profitLAST profitLAST
LAST CHAUCE criNCE INTERESTING INTERESTINGHew DTEBBSTINGNew
New Developments May Basalt u1t in inBig inBig inBig
Big Copper Company CompanyAnother Com CompanyAnether y yAnther
Another big copper company may be I
launched soon having as Ita basis a agroup attrOllp C L Lgroup
group of mines in the old reliable camp cam camof
of Bingham Recent disclosures d losurelll m the the1IiH the
Lat chance group of which C J Hodge Hodgeof I Iof
of Houghton Mich is the owner have I
been of such a nature as to bring the ex
tensive development of the property as a acopper aoPIr I L LQppf
copper < Qppf proposition within the realm of ofthe ofthe ol r rthe
the comparatively near future futureMr futureMr futureMr
Mr Hodge accompanied by A A S S Loew Loewerthai Loewnthal Loewerthal
erthai of Chicago has arrived to make a athorough athorough s t tthorough
thorough personal inspection of the mine mineThis minehi mineThi
This hi is Mr Hodges first trip to Salt Lake
IIr Ir Irt
in two years r Should I he be satisfied with withthe I Ithe
t the hf ionditions I ondJ tlons a more aggressive cam campaicn camlallTl CaintaicT1
paicn of development will probably be berrdred berdred I Ierdred
rrdred with a view to forming another anothercompany anotheionnanv
company onnanv > for the manufacture n of o copj copjout coppel coppelout
out of Ifniho f the lowgrade o rd sulphides i S of f Bing =
hari hariI
harr
I j Last Chance group lies at the head headof headof hea
of farr arr Fork west of the United States Statescompanys Stat Statcororns Stateeornptny8 C
companys holdings which it adjoins In Inthe Intn 1 k
the tn early days over 1250080 was taken takenout takenOUt takerour i ki
out of 01 l the upper workings in silverlead silverleador 1 1i
or on Since Mr Hodge has owned the thegroup theRrup th tht i
group a great deal of work has been beeninn beenon beerori t
inn on with many man interesting develop developmiis developm
m tOt miis t In addition to large ledges at ofIrIead 01 r ri
51 i IrIead I rlead r lead ores of concentrating grade gradeKOrk gradework e eok
work ok has been IJro prosecuted ecutef on the big cop eoperbearinjr copIhtJrln copCrbearingcentact
erbearinjr Crbearingcentact IhtJrln cantscr ant tt ledge It is believed
that I a crisscut CTfSgcut from the tunnel will williHtin witttth l lnHdl
iHtin rnl thl1f inside of 280 OO feet at vertical I
d < keillJii t jZ igno feet Work is now being beingcairud beingCaIrlct bein t tct
cairud ct I rod out in this direction Mr Hedge Hodgewill HodJrewill HedgeC
will spend ten days or two weeks in this thisvicinity tblIelnlt thb thbvicinity C
vicinity Ielnlt studying conditions at the mine irfine3TEW mineNEW nftneNEW
NEW STRIKE IN BLUE ACBE ACBELarge AcmELarge ACBELarge
Large Body of Sulphides Sulpbi les Cut in No
4 Shaft Shaftimportant ShaftA
A important strike of copper ralpbides t
ha > cen eii made tn the No 4 shaft of the th thRl
Blif BI Acre property which adjoin the th t
t > 1 li mine of the Majestic company In ii 1 113errcr
Beirtr Bt > I T county countyThe countyr countyThe
r The he shaft was started on a big ledge i
lyl lyLg g comparative flat The work has hashet baah haihe
het h he > n in ore from the start but the copper copperhris r rh
hris h i tt v < > n in oxidized form form some of the theariiinatos theaTt theart
ariiinatos art ats running as high as 11 per cent centIn centtn can canIn
In th r h < red metal metalWhen mEtalhn metalt
When t hn a doth of fifty fe feet t was reached reachedhowver reaebedhovYrr reachedI
howver boy ver the sulphides were struck In a auartz aquatt t I
quatt 4 uartz U artL gangue associated with horn hornhleiuie horntr hornh1eit
hleiuie h1eit tril While il the ore Is of low grade It Ition I I Iconentrates
ion conentrates entrates tr readily JjI and a with = develop aevetopmort developmert to toment
mort it is J believed that an ample supply supplyran suppllran
ran i lp > furnished for a able big concentrator concentratornf
No o > ep will be taken for the treatment treatmentn I
IB
nf n j 111 i < ores however until the mine Is Ismort Jamor ii iirnort B
mort thoroughly opened up at greater greaterfoth ter terleDth r rdepth
depth < foth The Th No No4 4 shaft has been enlarged enlargediij
iij standard size and will be sunk k to togreat togreatr te tegreatr
greatr great r depth and put In shape for the thehoisting thehoisting thehoisting
hoisting of ore in quanities It is 1 now nowlown now10wn no no4cWfl
< lown fiftyeight feet In ore o and the walls wallshave wallaharon wallhave
have not been n found foundTwo
haron dthree
Two of the other three shafts on tbe tbeproperty tbeproperty theproperty I
property are beta being sunk in ore while hlle the theother theother the r
other is going down on an n iron blowout blowoutwhich blowouwhich blowonwhich t rt
which it is believed will show copper copperwith copperwith r rwith
with depth depthMembers depthNzWOUBS
depthHBWJIOUES
HBWJIOUES STAYS BBHIND BBHINDMembers
Members of Staff go tow towStart to Start NewWork NesWork New NewWork r
Work at Cactus CactusWhile CactusYi
While Yi le Samuel muel Newhouse remains in inSalt inSalt LI a
LII
Salt Lake to watch ov over nr his friend and andHK adR sue suealre I
HK R alre i < ate Theodore D Boal injured Sun Suniity SODday Sunity
day in the carriage accident members of ofMr ofIr o t ta
Mr Ir N whouses staff have gone on to toKripco tori te tee a
Kripco ri cf > to begin the work of buHding the thehtg thehtg the thebig e
htg foiceiitrator ecentrator and putting up the theiou va various vsiOu ¬
rious iou buildings connected connt ted < with the es esTablishmint es esabli8hmnl aSabiShmeflt
Tablishmint of extensive works and pre preparing prearing prejarng ¬
paring for the Increased development developmentIn
In n the hp party are George K Fischer FcherJ A AJ A AJ
J Bettles M M Johnson John < on v C Thomas Thomasend Tltomasnd Thornsnd
end nd Joseph Jo < eph Dederich the contractor contractorMr
Mr Newhouse will follow as soon as asMr asIr a C
Mr Ir noal oal gets out of all danger Br Boal Boalwas Boalwa BoaEl al l
was wa brought to ttah to see the location locationf El
> f tTictowiislte tlle townslte of Newhouse N whou and to de deEipn de deIirn dea
Eipn aim a cluster of dwellings which were t tfor te tefcI1l t a
tk
for fcI1l n the nucleus for the new town Work Workcount Workon Wonon k
on t thI will naturally be delayed Oft ac account ac account
count of his serious seriousXJ1ITH Injur InjurNOW
XJ1ITH BtTH NOW IN FULL OSAKGB OSAKGBWill CHARGBWill I
Will Run Both Mine and Mill at TJe TJeLa DeLamar Di DiLams r
Lamar Lamaro La Lams LamsIs mar marIT
o IT A Keith who has bs been n Sttperln SttperlnteniTt floperIatenJ COPSI1ntettdTt
teniTt tenJ tettdTt nt of the mines bringing to Bam BamlM Dam1Krrs SamC
1Krrs lM > rrtrs I IX 1 lamar tnar Mines Min company wit wityeptrrday Wavestirday M2 M2fpt C
yeptrrday fpt r av made general RfntrR I superintendent superintendentof t
of r iht Iw entire property including both bothmlBfs bothrolliN bet betmince ii tii
mince and mill Frank A Janney the theconstructing Uwontructlng the C Coptructiflg
constructing endneer or < > f the mill who whoha whoh wb 0
ha h brought it Into Fhape hapl where it will willnoon wif II 0II
noon 001 he h hi workfd w worked < rkPfi ap to full capacity win winif wi wiIf8 wil1ea
If8 if av the sprvice of the company after aft to today to toda tOr ¬
r day da H Ho C > wiil gn with the > rtah Copper CopperOnIln pper opponfllfly < pperconT r
conT OnIln nfllfly > iny having charge of the mill coo coostri Oftsrl co costri
stri u In n for that concern concernM
J M f Keith has been a t resident rt < ident of D Dfor Df DfY p
Y at r for a number > r of Yf year > an He is isthorishly Isthnihly I Ithor 5
thorishly thor ighlv familiar f mniar with itl1 the > mines Hi Hiant HiH11t a
ant only iy will now 1 > ahgolute > n nxt xt to toF toFn I 0
F Fn ntT Tr r Simon Bamborger the goteral goteralmar gmeralmar genera generamar 11
mar IT ITBIG i iu r rBIG
u BIG UTAH WORK PLANNED PULKKBDNew PLANNEDQ
Q t New Exploration Company Almost AlmostBeadj AlmostReady AhuosBeady t
Ready For Business Buaiceaan
t It iin n thi next xt w ek or two ttv U1 n nw nwe1 toeext w wexi1
exi1 e1 ati afion n and development d tlnpmEnt compny compnywh comp > r iv ivnh < r rwh
wh Henry M rowther CrU tr is flrlr 11 11go
< Cg1 go < r will iI b begin gin active operations in lit litrl i iTii
Tii rl i ld 1 1 Options have been secured e < urEd on onR onPo oi oia n
R i IIIr n < r of f properties properti and the right rightwill rightwill rightwili
will he r h x xrdl arejaod < r < iA < > d soon so ° n ofi n one group giv giving gtv gtvlug I ¬ I
ing t omjiany an extensive xlpne are arewhk > which whichi 11
i is prodclnp ore r re in considerable considerablequaiiti ron < ldfrable C I
quaiiti qual tO > The amount am ° elnt available av t11Jr > le for de development d dveloPment ¬ I
velopment Yelopm nt work is in rr mp > t > V and the th r Dc Dcor 01 01orafliZation > < > 7 7Organization
Organization or nlzation promfc1 prome s to be h in th tIt fr frrank frrank > r rrank
rank as a factor i hJ i he ro < o vlopmnt vlopmntUtahs tlopmntUtab < iUtabs
Utahs 5 mineral mln ral resources resourcesIt rPtlour re5oUrcIt ti tiIt <
It f hfts as s been b deified to name the com company compEn cornpeinr ¬
pEn the roitinentnl Mines A Smeltln Smeltlnrorpnration SmelUnoIPratio1 Smaitincorperation
rorpnration it tWIll will probably bi Iw in incorjorated btCIJrate Iticon
corjorated con rated cm II n1 r th 1 twa ws of th I Itre > strr strrOf str
Of e f flumhia lumbia and thf th capital stork will willbe wJljM wil wilbe I
be SoWOOOO F Pgpion sepion will be lakn f f0MMTOW t txaorrnw 1inorrow ° > I
0MMTOW of ar a xt nxive suite uitt of room roomioy roomthe
Lan the New cw York headquarters ht > of th C
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1 company co at Wan street t G G C Van VanAlatva Van13t
coY Alatva 13t wilt be in I tange < arge of the t New NewYork NewYork tSW tSWork
York Y ork office officeNBABUfG officeNEABI3G
offtceJi1lAJLDIGMIA
Ji1lAJLDIGMIA NBABUfG STBA3CBOAT lllROAT LEDGE LBTJGETunael LEDGElmDel LEDGEThne1
Tunael in Preperty5Gtttag Property Gstttsg1 tti1Ig Close tp tpthe tpthe tpthe
the Vein VeinWork VelDWork
Work on the Steamboat Steam boat mine which ts tsbeing 18btnx tettng
being b ttng prosecuted by byV W V Rice baa been beenbrought beenbroucJat bee beerought
brought b bI to a standstill 1I by a breakdown breakdownin
II I in I t the compressor It is expected that thatthis thattbis
this t tt will be remedied by tomorrow tolDOlTOWtbat so sothat
1 that t active operations a may be resumed resumedInteresting re ulRedIntere
Interesting Intere tlng developments are looked for forin forIn
in i n the Steamboat teabost soon The tunnel is isnow Isnow
in
now n ow In a distance of oM OM feet and is isHearing isearing
Hearing n the Ma contact co taet ledge to tap tapwhich tapwbih taphich
nw
nt which w hich it is being driven While the coun countrv countrv courtrY
I nh trv t rY is so broken near the surface au ace that It ftis ItIs Itdifficult
is h difficult to calculate ealC late with exactitude it itis Itis its
is i s expected that the ledge will be reached reachedwithh reachedII
with w ithh about 330 O feet The surface show showing sbowing ¬
ing i ng is alluring and the Mountain Lake Lakecompany Lakecompany
II company ii adjoining on the west is open opening opening ¬
ing i izg up so well that Mr Rice has growing growi growiho
hopes ho h opes of striking something good when whenI
I he h e strikes the contact contactI conta < t tOUrrPUT
I
I OUTPUT FROM DAT DAIJUDGE DAIJUDGEI DAI2JUDGESteady IJUDGE IJUDGEI IJUDGESteady
I
I
Steady Production Prom Mill Is Now NowExpected NowBzpected I
Expected ExpectedWhile Expectedhlll
While hlll last weeks ks shipments from Park Parktltv Park1 ParkItv
tltv t 1 Itv t did not include any ny from the Daly
Judge J it is believed this wilt not be the thecase tilea thease 1
case c a ase again a ain for an indefinite period The Themill
mill is now running up to a capacity of ofn I
UW n tone daily dall according accor Sq to J 1 J Daly Dalyand Dalyand
1 and a nd the consignment < onsi ment of concentrates conce trates al already alnlcf ¬
ready nlcf r on the way to the market rket will be befollowed beI beollowed
followed f bv a stream of others othersIt
It is expected that the firstclass ore orewill Otewill
I will begin to come out soon In n addition additionto addl n nto
to t o the mill product In breaking > down downthe downthe
the t he milling ore a considerable amount of ofexpense otI
mJtclaB Is beID being tiken en out This viII trilisorted viIIsorted
L sorted and shtppeu hippe direct savl saving the tbecXpeIaM
I expense c of milling 18I IqJf
OJT Ow Jf THE STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEBttsinene 1
1I I
Business Was Light Li ht With a Genoral GeneralWeakness GenoralWMkBess
Weakness WMkBessThere WeaknessThere
There was 1a practically nothing doing on onthe Onthf Onthe
the mining stock exchange yesterday
Lower Mammoth was most t active at atpractically atpractically
I practically unchanged prices A bear bearmovement bearmODIfnt
movement could not force it down below belowo
Ii o > cents where were it appeared tp be pegged peggedby ecI ecIby
by insiders in tdel3Al1 All the sales were re for fu future futureAt fittune ¬
tune tureAt At the close of the afternoon 1S 1Scents Jicent 4 4cents
cents was bid and nd 77 cents asked askedVictor askedVictor askedVictor
Victor was Inclined to 0 be weak despite despitethe dellpltet despitethe
the t recent announcement Itt t < strike It Itsold Itsold Itsold
sold from 30 i cents down to 19 cents centsreacting centsreRctiq centsreacting
reacting to 1W J1t cents at the close Star StarConsolidated StarConsolidated StarConsolidated
Consolidated went from 25 S cents down to toPAl tol
23 PAl cents California shared In the gen general georal gaseral ¬
eral ral weakness going cotngfrom from 1C cents to to15J4 to15J4cent 16 16cents I54 I54cents
cents One O odd lot of twenty shares 6 of ofMontanaTonopah OfMOiItanaTOI ofMotanaTosopab
MontanaTonopah opah brought H2S i a share shareon sbareQ
on Q tbe tbeopen open board boardQuotations boardQuotations
Quotations cc and sales at the two calls callsyesterday callsy callsyenteraylvere
yesterday yenteraylvere y were as as follows followsI
F nnOoIL Att AfttCItOOIt AfttCItOOIt8M OOII OOIII
II I
I Std Ak 1A 4i 4iAlice BId 8M 8MAlice I ked kedAllee
Alice If 15 J s s4a
AJax 4a Sfcr 4 JZ JZB I n nB
B Beck I i SM SMCan
Can tt 1 11 11Con 11Con 11Con
Con Mercur i 14S 1 li1 M MCreole 14C 1 14 147 1477S 14 14Creo1e I4Creole
Creole CreoleDaly CreoleDaly 1OIJi1 1 7S 75Dely
Daly 18B 1 2 2DalyJudge 1O 1MCt 1 1DalyJuqe ii754 210 210DalyJudge
DalyJudge III nm 1140 n I IDalyWest MCt et M M4L 11DalyWest mDalyWest
DalyWest 41M ft 4288 4288Dexter 4 Il5i 4L 42M 42MG 4 4Dexter 4200Dexter
Dexter Con I 12 I M 14 14B I I IE
E E A B B 88 I l 105 S I IGalena M I 1e 1eGalena 1 1Galena
Galena 1 I 17 17G IP4
G Central I 4K 4 4ff I IHorn IHorn 451 1 4Q 4 4Item
Horn Silver lf lfIngot 15Ingot 150 150In t
Ingot j i iLittle 0134 Ot 01LJWe 1 II IILittle
Little Belt lW I 25 25Lower iI SSLower
Lower Main W 7 VJR4 S iL 11 11Kay 7 7May
May Day l 39 39Mammoth Sj ISS
Mammoth 1tIZ 1 112 112Ontario 1 11254 1 11 iS iSOntario IJI IJIOntario
I Ontario I I 010 4T5 4T5Petro 515Petro 15 If IfPetro
Petro PetroROCCOH IS ISRoceoH I n nRoceoH
RoceoH ROCCOHSacramento 75 75Sacramento 1i 1iSacramento
Sacramento 1 3 9t 24 24Showers 23 4 4Ii W
Showers Silver Kin ICing Con Ii 70W TiOO TiOOSilver 15 08 08Silver 1 iiiT74 iiiT74S 7000 7400 7400Sliver
Silver Shield 11 11S 10 10S
S I IStar
S Swansea 15 3 3Star I u 10Star a
Star Con 24 24 24Utah I 2 2Porenoon 2z41 f M Mt7tah
Utah I C CUncle a 03Uncle
Uncle Sam SamU 1 fl flMining S Su
U S Mining 21 21Valeo to fl 2000 2t2 S 1 S 2100 I IeoB
Valeo Valeon valeoen
en n eoB Butler ButlerUfornia iieri tZ 13 i l2 l2California 11 1
California Ufornia UforniaI 1 14 M t 14 JSIi
I Century 14 5434 5 i1 it
I Dalton OaltonI DaltonBmerald I
EmeraldG Emerald 18ft 10 0 0GEagIC > i iG
I G GEagIC GEagICJoe Eagle EagleJoe EqlelJoe
lJoe Joe Bowers BowersLa Bowe BoweLa 00l 00lLa <
La Reine i iLittle M t M MLittle 10Little
Little Chief ChiefMnhatan I li liManhattan t tXanbaftan
Manhattan XanbaftanKartha 0 0 0Martha 0 0Martha
Martha W WNew tl r 00 tl1iI 01 01New
New York YorkR YorkR 21 4 21je 2
2101
R R A ATetro I 1 l 101
Tetro TetroVictor Ter 134 10 10 u uVicor
Victor Vicor Con ConWabash 1 10 1 i
1
Wabash Wa 21 2134 3 II IIWhite 1 I1 5 5Wht 21Whit5
White Wht Rock Rok I i H HYankee 210 210Yankee
Yankee Yanke Con 3 3 1 1Forenon I
0 Porenoon Forenon Sales SalesDalyWest SalesDlyWet SaiesDalyWest
DalyWest DlyWet SM 5 Q4 Q4Lower
Lower Lwer Mammoth MI l0 lOOgTSc seller sl tt 1 111 111seller
7 I c seller sle 10 1 SMmfcc seller sbt 5eIt 1 10 JM JMseller 000V10 000V10seller
seller sr 10 1 2600KC seller sle ML MLStar 1 10Stat
Star S Consolidated C lte 9M6Sc 9M6Scl00 i 50lci000S2OC e
l00 I0 i000S2OC c buyer buyerUtah buy m mrth
Utah U 3006 012c 012cBen 2c 2cBen
UB Ben B Butter BuUe L ltU LaSoeIlc LaSoeIlcCaflto 0 Uc UcVictor
Calfor Caflto 10abihc L L0O151el00e L0O151el00eVictor e eVit
Victor Vit SCOCSHje l500ga l002IcWabash L LWabash
Wabash Wab 5 5ee2 5ee2Open ezc ezcOp
Op Opn Open n Board BOrd
i 500 50 Carlsa ca at lie lieSM le
SM i Victor Ylcorat at 1Sc c ciOOThomneon ci
i iOOThomneon 500 T Thompson at ata S 2v o oaOO
aOO a Thompson Tb at t U 2c c seller M3 sellerTotI > l lTotal
Total Totl open onb board ZjOt ZO simreH simreHShares eheresEharas
Shares han BOM WE5 WE5Selling 1m W3 W3Selling
Selling Sun I value valu 93M 1300030 1300030Afternoon 3B 3BAftornoen 3 3Aft01
Afternoon Aft01 Sales SalesAjav Saes SaesJv SalesAjav i
Ajav Jv l 1Semento 104C 104CSacramento e4c e4cSacramento
Sacramento Semento 0SO24jje 00 24 c SO 50024e S24c Total TotallM ToaStiice
11 lM iice shares sharesStar shamStar hr 1 1Star I
Star Consolidated Conldte 9BO 50021c 3 c HO 5i0Ie 5i0Ie1024c M e ee24c
e24c 4 40oesc Total ToO 2908 shares sharesUncleSam ar sharesUnde
UncleSam UncSm Unde c Sarn LOM 1 1O004c ZS c 8lSic ea > c Total Tol Tol1G
1G 1001 10 shares sharesCalifornia aI shareCalifornia
CaUor California fMgBftc l l 1000liMc M l c T Ti Total TotalL500 tal talUSM <
USM 1 shares sharesCentury sharesCentury r
shares sharesVictor sha sharesVtctor Century Cetur Mft l00S4c S c M0f M II054c 4c Ttal Ttalshares Tl Tlsha 2 2shares
Victor Vfor l60tSv 0001 c 1 UISlc LSM Ct c KH Wlc tt fa 10 10ISC M MffOtyc
ffOtyc ISC Total 2 2SSWtares 2SSWtarescpeneard sfcares sfcarespp
To
ToP1 pp P1 cpeneard cpeneardCanIsa e Bwird BwirdO Br
O t Carlsa Ca at t WlkC WlkCW 1cCerise c
W f Cerise Car at M l0c l0c5ie c cEW
EW 61 Con Co Mercur J at t S 1 selJer nelj nelj1wj I A AIMS
IMS SacrameBto S to at 24c 24cSacramento
333 3 Sacramento Sf1 at 2 2 2We 2WeWabash c cEOO
E EOO Wabash W at t tMoTGpb 2Sc 2el
23 l MontanaToaopab MoTGpb at StS StSTotal t tTotal
Total Totl open beard br USO 3 L atS sbarea sbareaShares shareaShares
Shares Sh op add i nld C4W C4WBelling 14 12lieo1lng
8W Belling 1lng vlpe value vaIpetlI3 vaIpetlI3New IS43937 IS43937K 13 13X
K New w York Y k mate X Zining Stocks StocksAdamscom S ShocksAdams k
Adamscom AdamscomBrunswick Adal Adams t Cea 1Uttle hLittle Ltle Chief ChiefOntario < bIef bIefAiie i I
AIC Aiie Ontario I IBI I IBie 0
BI Bie JOlr blOphlr lxrhir Ctr e u I iBrunswick Si SijPotosi i
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Manager MaNger E V McCune Mcu of ofd the Victor Victoronsolidated
Consldate C onsolidated si said yeterdy yesterday that driftng drifting
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The Te party prty of directors diretor oC the t Majestic MajesticStHning Majtc MajtcMnln MajesticMining
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Net N et Gains Were General Among AmonBthe Amon3the
the Active Actve Leaders LeadersCOALERS LeadersCOAL
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COALERS COAL C RS WERE I CONSPICUOUS CONSPICUOUSTHE CONSPICUOlJS CONSPICUOlJSI
THE TH T HE CLOSE WAS ACTIVE ACT AT ATABOUT ATAOUT
ABOUT AOUT THE T TOP FIGTJBES FIGTJBESNew FGUES FGUESI
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New York June 29 29Todayb TodQya stock mar market maret ¬
ket k et showed more animation on a strongly stronglyrising
rising r scale than has been seen for many manyweeks m ny nyweeks
weeks w eeks Business for the first two hours hourswas hourswas
was w as considerably in excess of the aver average a er erage ¬
age a ge for the daily trading of last week weekThe weekhe eek I
The T he market closed very v ry active and strong strongwith I Iwith
with the top level of the day well main maintained ¬
tained t Net gains of 102 102 were general generalamong generalamong
among a the leaders and active stocks stocksReading
Reading was easily the leader of the day dayand dayand
and a nd its advance of 2 24 on the purchase of ofenormous otenormous
enormous e blocks on a constantly rising risingscale risjn risjnscal risingcale
scale s The Pennsylvania group of coal coalers ooalers
ers e ra was conspicuous throughout and andI
I Pennshranlaltsel broke through the op oppo op opposition
I position po t1on which held It for a atime time at 125 125and
j I and a nd rose to the best in the late dealings dealingsThe dealingsThe
The grain carriers were late to respond respondbut respondbut
I but b ut they came forward vigorously in the thefinal thefinal <
final f dealings with the Pacifies leading
Union Pacific and Reading were concert concentrated conc n ntrate ¬
J rated t < and the personality of the brok brokers brokra ¬ I
ers e ra employed gave rise to renewed sur suras 1
mime as to possible new adjustment of ofrelations oft ofelations
relations t r io and n control in the th field I I of the theof therunk
fne fnen fnendo ndo i
t runk Ines and coalers a as an outgrowth g
of o f the final lodgment of the new Penn Pennsylvania Pennsyhanla Pennylvania ¬
sylvania s stock The action of that stock stockwas stockwas stockwas
was a reassuring factor upon sentiment
The apprehension that with the comple completion ¬
don of the stock subscription the motive
for f or support of the stock by b the under undcrwriting uooelwriting >
writing syndicate having passed the price pricewould pricewould
would give way a was seen to be without withoutgrsuad withoutgrouRd
ground The brilliant success of the sub subscription ¬
scription s was a stimulating influence influenceupon Influenceupon
upon the whole market marketThe marketThe marketThe
The official announcement that the to to ¬
tal t al issue was subscribed for stockholders stockholdersand
and that 90 per percent cent or subscriptions were werepafd wereJNifd
pafd In lull Indicates a money require requirement requirement requiremont ¬
ment of upward of 85000000 That this thisrequirement thisr
requirement r uirement could have been met with withpractically Jth Jthpractlcallr
practically no disturbance on the money moneymarket moneymark
market mark t has greatly strengthened the con ¬
fidence In the money situation the more moreso moreso moreso
so as it Is now understood that the sub subscription subrjptIon subscription ¬
scription payments have not yet been dis disbursed disbursed ¬
bursed for repayment of the Pennsyl Pennsylvanias Pennsylvanias Pennsy1vanias ¬
vanias 40000000 negotiated last June al although although
though t ough it Is stated on authority that this thisnee
loan would Jda be paid at its s maturity ty on onthe onThe
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the second and third t weeks e of r July
The Pennsylvania P subscriptions seem to
have operated for the benefit of the New
York money mOl e market by the diversions of ofthe ofthe
the payments to this center both from
Philadelphia and from foreign stockhold stockholders ¬
ers The TheablUty ability of the money market to tocarry tocarry
carry through this great operation has
detracted detractedfrom tfom < from the fears fearsot of a money moneysqueeze moneysqueeze moneysqueeze
squeeze In Ul meeting the July 1 require requirements requirements requirements ¬
ments which however are unprecedented unprecedentedn
in i n amount It is estimated that the total
interest i and dividend disbursements for
July will amount to 136800000 Call Callmoney Callmoney Callmoney
money ruled at a higher hl her rate today how however however ¬
ever and the time money mone market was wasperceptibly wasperceptibly wasperceptibly
perceptibly firmer Discounts rose In InParis InParis inParis
Paris and Berlin and the price of money moneyn
in I n London was higher but sterling sterlln here herewas herewas herewas
was easier The condition of the national nationalbanks Dtlonalbanks nationalbanks
banks throughout the country on June 3 3showed 9showed iishowed
showed a a percentage of legal reserve de deposits deposits deposits ¬
posits of 2208 per cent compared with withl68
2168 per cent on April 9 and 2233 33 per cent centon centon
on July Jul 16 of last year The Increase in
loans and discounts since July IS last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year has been 194186119 This does not notconstitute notconstitute notconstitute
constitute a favorable showing on Its lufface luffacefn face faceas faceas
as to fnh the h ability of the t banks to meet t the thecoming thecoming
coming fn demand a to move the crops gr but butthis butthis Ef Efthis
this showing was lost sight of today In Inface Inface iiiface
face of the more immediate situation situationThe situationThe situationThe
The special strength of Reading wasconnected wasconnected was wasconnected
connected with rumors of oa a coming In Increase mcrease hicrease ¬
crease In the dividend disbursements on onthe onthe onthe
the stocks of the company com pan The reports reportsof
of rains in the northwest and the reac reaction reaction reaction ¬
tion resulting In the wheat market helped helpedstocks helpedstocks helpedstocks
stocks The weekly weekl retraffic statistics statisticsshow statisticsshow statisticsshow
show the general merchandise movement movementwell movementwell movementwell
well sustained and this was used to point pointthe pointthe pointthe
the argument that the agricultural com communities communitIes cornmunitles ¬
munities would not keep up their demand demandfor demandfor demandfor
for merchandise It the crops were really reallyif
in danger if Speculative tit = sentiment among amongprofessional m
g gas
professional l traders became very bullish bullishas I
as a result of the turn in the market marketUnited marketUnited
United States Steel second 5s were 1
dropped down near 82 by byPetSlstent persistent sell selling selling ¬
ing The bond market otherwise was wasfirm wasfirm I Ifins
firm Total sales parvalue par value S31Oto IL08Q8United 3820 00 00United
United States bonds were all unchanged unchangedon
on the last call callBond callBond callBond
Bond Quotations QuotationsU
U S 2s ref Hock VaL Va 4sM7 4sM7reg 4sH7reg r rL
reg 105i 1 L N URl 4sl 4s11 4s11U l lIT I
U S 2s ref M C 4s 77 77coup 71coup TiitI
coup 106 1061A M C 1st inc IncU IncU 23 23U
U S 3s reg regl01 107 M I St L 4S100 4S100U
U S S3s 3s coup108 M MKTIsts97 MKTIsts97U K K T lets 97 97U 91U
U S new 43 5 M I K T 2nds nds 91 91reg 31N 1 1reg
reg 135 N Y C gen genU genU genU
U S new 4s 11 4 3s 3 ½ s J Jcoup 188 188soup
coup 185 N J 1 C gen 5s7SI 5s7SIU is L1Iz r J
U S old 4s reg110 N P 4s 4810 103 103U
U S old 45 N P 3s 35coup 71 71coup 71N
coup Ill N W V con 4s 98
U IL S is reg regl02 102 Reading gen4s gee 4s 98 98U tsU ioU
U S 5s reg regl 102 St 5 L 1 L I M
I S os is COUP102M coup con 5s 111 111Atch 11114 I
Ateh gen 4s 99 St L S F FAtch FAtch FAtch
Atch adj 4s SBVs 8 4s 86 86B 161
B O 4s 45101 101 St L 1 Sw Ists 98 98B 9IAt r
B O 3s 3 ½ s 94 St L Sw 2nds79 bids 9 79B
B B O con 4sl01 S A A P 4s78 4s78Can 4si8It
Can S 2nds 105 1 So Pac 4s 87
C of G 5s 55lH HHMtSo 11H1h ½ So Rail 5s 11 11C 11198 11C
C of G 1st Inc 73 T P Ists IstsU IstsUC 115 115C
C A 4s 103 T St L W
C A 3s ½ 73 7 4S 77
C C B Q new U P 4g 4 MS MS4s
48 98 9311 U P con 5s Is 9 S
C M 1 St P Wabash Ists 114 114gen lWi lWigen 114gen
gen 4s 109 Wabash Suds 1 115 5
C N con 7S132 Wab ab deb B BC 7J 7Mi
C R R I P 4sl05 4s1 4sl064 W Shore 4s 4 10 1ot
C C CcCStL CcCStLgas C C C St St L L W L L E 4s S Sgen st
gen 4e 97 9 9Th Wls Cent 4391 45 SI
Chi Term 4s 80 Con Tob TobColo 8 8Colo 10Cole
Colo S S 4s 87 S S7C C F 1 1 ID 84 84D 84D
D R G 4s 99 Rock Island 7 7Erie 7t8
Erie pr lien 4s 99 PennsylR Pennsylvania la 8614
Erie gen 4s 83 Manhattan 11 11F 101F l lF
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Del t Hud 2406 175 175D 1 17334 liS
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2d preferred 5800 57 57Hock 5 5114 5Th
Hock Valley 980 980Preferred 9f 9fPreferred 90 943
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Ills Central 9W 1S4 1S4Iowa 11I 11IIowa 1343 6
Iowa Central 5 510 0 28 2W 2734 8
Preferred 190 47 47K 47 4 47 41
K C Southern Ute 25 25Preferred 2534 24 4 1Ji 2S
Preferred 100 45 45Louis 4 li 44
Louis Lo uis Nash 4409 I IManhattan lJt13 111 IU IU3 t
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Met St Ry R 12W 1 3 3M If 121 j 1 k
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Mo Pacific 22 22200 00 MS MSM 1 100 HtJ k
M MKT K T 400 4002 22 22Preferred ZZ 22
Preferred 300 50 50N It 484
N R R R of M MPreferred 014 204
Preferred lw 1Q11 42 42N 4 12 4 423 4
N Y Central 2HX 2 128 D6 Iw
Nor West 4700 4 OO 05 05Preferred 5 61
Preferred PreferredOnt PreferredOnt 88
Ont k West fest 12100 l21006 26 26Pennsylvania 6 251s 25 26
Pennsylvania Penn vania U90 125 125P 12fos 124 1I 1243 B
P PCCSLL PCCSLLReading C C St L LReading 79
Reading 94500 9J 51 511st 4 49 51 511st 513 5131st
1st preferred aW 82 823d 81 81preferred 223
3d preferred preferredRock 68 4
Rock Island Co 2400 34 34Preferred 3434 Y 33 22 34 343
Preferred 900 900St i 7234 71 112 i2i 724 S
St L I J San F 500 5001st 71 if 7034 71 711st
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So S o Railway 7260 785 2434 24 Y8
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Tex T ax Pac 1609 29 914 It 2534 4
T St L W M 118 25 2034 25 24 24Union e1Jl 24Prefeed
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Union UnolrPacllc tT nioi Pacific 46 46800 00 S g S8 ses SZ 52Preferred
tTW Preferred 240 SS SS SSWabash 3 88
Wabash W abash lTCO 25 24 24k 34 34Preferred 48
Preferred Pre ett Ilfl89 n 45 4 44 4434 = 46 34
W 1 h E MM 21 2134 i 21 11A 21 l14
WlsTCentral WJst VIs Cdntril = ntri1l 680 31 2134 91 21 21Adams 114
Adams A dams Express 100 221 221 23
Anm A mn Express IK
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Walls W WA elIa Fargo 190 190Amal 190rnal
Amal A WA rnal Copper i 20600 0600 600 58 561 l lAran 55 K 31ran
Aran A ran C c F 230 394s 3S 3S1 3S
Preferred m S9 SS q S9
Amn A mu Lin 011 100 1834 11 10 1
Preferred PreferredAmn 34 34AmR
Amn A ma Locomo fl flPreferred ooe 23 21
Preferred PreferredArq ae aeAma 9534
Ama Arq A ma S R 1MO 45 4iiK 44 44Y 45 45Preferred 45 45Prefbrred
Preferred Pref rrcd 2 200 0 92 9 81 1 t tAmn 2 2AmnSusar
AmnSusar Amn A nts Su Sugar r R M sg sgAna 122 12234 138 122 122Ana 12234
Ana A AB ss MIn Mm Co 13 13110 90 87 S9 S9Brook 8918
Brook B rooc Rap T 600 57 5734 56 6634 57 57iColo 57Colo 3
iColo C CC ole F I I 1700 170 651 65 34 61 6134 65 65C 65g 115H
C H Coal 17 17Con
Con g C on Gas ss s c 9 9Il T i4 I4 M2 m II 192 1 1Gen 192as i iGen
Gen G as Electric 1 It 18 1St 178 ISO ISOInter ISOlAter
Inter I nter Paper 17W9 15 151l 15 1534 14 14Preferred 14Pref 1434
Preferred Pref rred 61 61Inter 61I 1434 1434nter
Inter I nter ter Pump 30 30Preferred 3Preferred
Preferred PreferredNat 70 70Nat
Nat N at Biscuit 160 38 3034 38 30A 99 99Nat 3
Nat 2 at Lead K 1 1S 1 1634 11 16 16North 1 1North
North N Orth Amn ICO 55 5 J JPacific Si58 8Ii 8IiPlcifie
Pacific P Mail a1I MO 1 IQ 27 27 2734 27 27Peoples
Peoples P Gas SSOtt 80 38 JIIi 9S 9S18 92resse1
Pressed P resse1 1 S Car l 1180 0 53 68 it f fPreferred i3IJ
Preferred 700 SS SSPull 3834 S7 3 3ulL
Pull P ulL 3 pal Pal al Car 359 210 308 2t 2tRep 2 lRep 20iep
Rep R ep Steel 14W 14 141J5 14 14 14Preferred Ifll
Preferred OO zm zmRubber ii i4 741Jl 74
Rubber R Goods GoodsPreferred 3iI Iv 22 I IPreferred 234
Preferred PreferredTenn 77 77Tenn
Tenn T aint C I 19ft 58 5 52 3234
U 1 1 S Leather Le ther TOff TOffPreferred 9 9 914
Preferred 1100 i Si 5334 I 8fi14
U S Rubber H HPreferred laPreferred 1134
Preferred 2400 49 49Y 48 4BY r rU iiO iiOU
U S Steel 246CO 31 3134 3 11 vi i ipreferred 31 31Qeferred
preferred 11400 80 8iI 79 T 934 i iWest 80 80West
West Union 100 88 81 88 SI S8 S8Total 83
Total sales for the day 6S1300 shares sharesGRATJT sharesGRADl
GRATJT AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago
Chicago June 20 2oAfter After a weSk w wok k open opening Opeaag ¬ i iIng
ing f ag prices in both the grain andprevision andprevisionpits and prnvttr pravisfOit pravisfOitits Jt Jtpits
pits p its showed a marked Improvement on a agood agOOd aood
good g ood d demand mand and September closed un unchanged unchanged ¬
changed c September corn higher and andoats andats I Ioats
oats o ats vyt 4 while provisions were from
17 1 734 to 60 cents higher higherWeakness higherVeaknes higherWeakness
Weakness characterized the early trad trading tradfn tractn0 ¬
ing i n0 fn fnn in n wheat v t due to reports PO of general generalrains g
rains r aIns in I the northwest th lower cables cableslarge cablesarge bi bilarge
large l arge worlds shipments and a bearish bearishCanadian bearishCanadian bearishCanadian
Canadian crop report September opened openedto
3 4 to 4 lower at 77 i 7777 7 77 with withJuly withT withuly
July T uly 1 off 34 to 1 at 79 to SO Many of the thelongs thelongs theongs
longs l ongs had wheat for sale and the early earlyselling earlys earlyelIing
selling s Ulng pressure was very urgent and a agood agood agood
good deal d al of long stuff was sold out outOutside outOutsidemarkets outOutsidernarkets
Outside Outsidemarkets markets were considerably lower lowerwhich lowerwhich lowerwhich
which contributed to the depression and andwith andwith andwith
with selling by b the northwest and St StLouts StJoufs
Louts ouIs September declined to 77 with only onlya
a small demand A decrease of over
1000000 1 bushels in the visible supply
brought out a better demand toward thenoon ther the tilenoon
noon hour and prices started r in i an up upward upward ¬
ward direction r u September > mg was especially especiallyIn p i f fIn
In i n goalS demand and sold up to 78 while whileJuly whileh
July rallied to SO cents uB Buying by the thenorthwest thenorthwest
h80 h80d ilnt ebYra ebYraIn
northwest h with denials d fs that th the rains rainsin
in I n that section were of little consequence consequencewas
was largely lar ely responsible for the late firm firmness fJrmness firmness ¬
ness September closd unchanged At 78 7807S 78i 7517S34
07S i 17S34 but July was 1 cent lower at 79 79Clearances 798 7934Clearances
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal equalto
to t o 162900 bushels The amount on pass passage pSEage pamage ¬
age decreased 976000 bushels Primary Primaryreceipts Prlnutrreceipts Primryreceipts
receipts were 495100 bushels against 685
000 0 00 bushels a year ago Minneapolis and andDuluth andDuluth andDuluth
Duluth reported receipts of of 319 cars carswhich carswhich carswhich
which with local receipts re < lpts of thirtyfour thirtyfourcars thlrtfourcars
cars one of contract grade made total totalrecejots totalrece4Dts totalreceipts
receipts for the three points of 343 cars carsagafnst carsagainst carSagainst
against 320 cars last week and 524 cars carsa
a year ago agoConditions a agoConditions o oConditions
Conditions favored the bears In the thecorn thecorn thecorn
corn pit 1 1t and opening prices were W 9re > weak weakIn weakIn weaknsympathy
In i sympathy with the weakness in wheat wheatand wheatand wheatand
and on the liberal receipts and extremely extremelyfavorable extremelfaorable extremelyfavorable
favorable weather The close was strong strongwith strongwith strongwith
with September Kc c higher at 50 50 after afterselling afterselting afterselling
selling between 49 4934 and 50 5034 July was wasup waSup waSup
up SC c to 50 ½ Local Loc l receipts were 921 921cars 921caIS 921cars
cars caIS with ninetytwo of contract grade gradeT gradeJJJt gradeThe
T JJJt The feature in the trading In oats was wasthe wasth as ast
the t th decline in the July delivery and the theapparent theap theappgrent
apparent ap ent abandonment of the deal which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been In progress for some time timeSeptember timeSe1 timeSeptember
September Se1 > tember closed 1 higher at 34 MIi after afterselling afteselllnJt afterselling
selling between 33 331fz and 34 3414 July sold soldbetween soldbetween soldbetween
between 39 and 39 39 93 closing at 39 3912 a a loss lossof lossof lossof
of 1 Local receipts were 329 cars carsProvosions carsProvosionswere carsProvosions
Provosions Provosionswere were weak early In sym sympathy symvathy symcathy ¬
cathy with grains and on liberal li > receipts receiptswith receiptswith receiptswith
with lower prices at the yards Brokers Brokerswere Brokerswere Brokerswere
were active buyers at the decline and a arapid arapid arapid
rapid advance followed The Th close was wasat wasat wasat
at the top with September pork up 60 60cents 60CeAts 60cents
cents at 1609 September lard was 17 17cents 17 17centl 1711tcents
cents > higher at t 846 and ribs were up 17 17at 17th 17that 1734atSS0
at atSS0 atSS0Estimated S80 S80Estimated 880Estimated
Estimated receipts for tomorrow tomorrowWheat tomorrowWheat tomorrOWs tomorrOWsWheat
Wheat 40 cars corn 570 cars oats 30scars 305cars 30s 3Ortcars >
cars hogs 15000 head headThe headThe headThe
The leading futures ranged as followsWheatNo follows follqwsWheat follows followsW
W Wheat WheatNo No 2 2I 2I 2I
I Open Open1 I High I Low I Close CloseJuiy CloseJuIy CloseJuly
Juiy o79SO80 0 7934S034 8034 7934 4 9 9July SO SOJuiyn3PQSO >
18018 18018July
July Juiyn3PQSO ni7 n179ff80 iSpJ80 8014 fa t79 4 79 79Corn 797AJ 797AJSeIt 7934Sept
Sept oi7Siiv 78 7334 77 1i8 1i8Sept 7314 7314Sept
Sept n 1i 7177gTS 77 781 7 17878 17878CornNo t7S4k4CornNo
Corn CornNo No 2 2I 2rOpen 2Open
rOpen I Open I High I Low Lo i Close CloseJune CloseJune
June 149 jjI 150 150July I ISept
July r 49 4944934t5O M9 50 14t 49 15034 15034Sept 50 50Sept
Sept 14935549I60 49 4 t W9i60 15 4 4t 49 150 150Dec mil t34 t34Dec
Dec ec4 4SeiS49 t8149Y 145 4S 149 149OatsNo 49 49Oats 49tsNo ½
Oats OatsNo < tsNo No 2 2I 2I 2Open
I Open I HI High h I I Low I FClose FCloseJuly Close CloseJuly CloseJuly
July 39 1939e 38 139 I 33 139 39 l lSept L39 L39Sept 39 39Sept ½
Sept 13939 33033l34 331h 33 34 3434 139 33 331fz ½ f3t f3tDec 13434 13434Dee 34 34Dec
Dec 333334 3333 3343334l3435 134 133 33 33 134 134Mess 134MeSSPorIt J3434 J3434Mess
MeSSPorIt Mess Pork PorkPer = Per barrel barreli
i Open l High i I LOW I Close CloseJulv CloseJul CloseJuly
July 11502 1501h 1580 1502 115 11588 11588Lard 1530Sept
IIIiso IIIisoSept
Sept tl 11525 S 111im IS00 j 1525 S 1S00 1S00LardPer l60OLardPer
Lard LardPer Per 100 pound poundI
I Open OpeILfHlgh I I High I Low I Close CloseJuly CloseJ CloseJuly
July J ly 1 I 807 807y 827 807 80i1h j I S25 S25Sept 85ept S23S2tst
Sept ept 825 845 825 I S45 S45I 846Sh
Sh rtntbS = P r OOp U ds dsI
I Open I High I Low I Close CloseJuly CloseJUlY CloseJuly
July 1 SfiO 875 8 ij SflB 8 880Sept I S75 SWSept
Sept I 855 8J i SSO 8 O 855 8 83 1 I S80 S80Cash 8SOCash 330Cash
Cash quotations were as follows followsFlour followsFlourSteady
Flour FlourSteady FlourSteadyWheatSpring FlourSteadyWheatSpring Steady SteadyWheat I
Wheat WheatSpring Spring No o 2 77 7TG fc No NoCorn 1 1spring 8spring
spring 7560 No 2 ted tedCornNo 73S4IU6 73S4IU6CornNo ½
Corn CornNo No 2 50 Y No 2 yellow yellewOats 4S4 8 8OatsNo 34 34OatsNo
Oats OatsNo No 2 33 39i No 3 white whiteRye whiteR7 38441134 38441134RvaNo
Rye R7 RvaNo No 2 52 52Barley DBarleyGoodfeidlng 52BarleyGood
Barley BarleyGoodfeidlng BarleyGood Good feeding 43f45 fair alr to tochoice tocholee tochoice
choice malting 49 4 4Flax 495234 495234Fhtx 52 52Flax
Flax Seed StoedNo No 1 lW No No1 1 northwest northwestera t tera
era era 104 104Timothy UKTImothy 101Timothy
Timothy Seed SedPrime Prime 385 385Mess 38M 365Mesa
Mess M Pork porkPer Per barrel 15 15soc 15SGi1i1tG 15SGi1i1tGLar4Per r rLarqPer 015JO 015JOLard
Lard LarqPer Per 100 pounds ounds S SShort 3O20 3O20Short r 8Shott
Short Ribs RlbsSides Sides loose 868CS75 868CS75Shoulders i887iShouldersDry 5873 5873ShouldersDrY
Shoulders ShouldersDry Dry salted boxed bOx d 809 809S12V4 800 800s 800Short
S12V4Short s S12V4 81254Short
Short Clear Sldes SidesBoxed Boxed SJ7900 SJ7900Whisky SSi S37548V300WhiskyBasis OO OOhlskyBasiw
Whisky hlskyBasiw Basfe of high wines 130 130Clover 139Clover 110CloyerContraCtgrade
Clover Clover CloyerContraCtgrade = Contract grade g d II5611 l158CUii l158CUiiPec o
Pec 1 Rec 11ecSbip 11ecSbipFlour Ship IShlpFlour Ship3510W1143W
Flour barrels f 123 lZS00 18221 18221Wheat i2Jtlt
Wheat bushels I 3510W1143W 351 2210bfl4300Corn >
Cornouenels Corn usbclsl10874fl1l10
0115 busnels 1371008flSIJOI 1371008flSIJOIRye 1 illUOI illUOICornbuebels Ji1
Rye R ye busneia bustle 110 I 10 10Barley 21 21Barley 2iBarley
Barley bushels 85 85IiIVESTOCK GLIVESTOCK IS44i IS44iLIVESTOCX
LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCXChicago pMTAgfetLS pMTAgfetLSChicago 1tX S SChlc
Chicago go June 29 9CattJeReeelpts Cattle Receipts 23 23Market 23rket
000 Market rket opened 10 to ISe higher ad advance adVJLDCe advance ¬
vance lost Includes 500 Texans Good to toprime toprtme toprime
prime steers 5100660 poor to medium medium4250COO
4250COO 4 OO stockers and feeders 27547S 27547Scows 2Te4Bcows iiCi475COWS
cows lee lfi8O50 J50 hatters hAife 2SOC4SO can canners c cners canner
ners 1600290 1 90 bulls 350150 calves calves2JMC26 calves2S625
2JMC26 5 Texas steers 3150 3506460 3506460HJSgs S 35O40OHegsRetteipts 00 00SRCelpts
= HJSgs HegsRetteipts Receipts today 37600 31 tomorrow tomorrow1SCW
1SCW 18 left over 4000 Average 5 bo to18c to18clower ti Me Melower iaclower
lower Mixed 11lxedand and butchers 55 565j1685 515691rooiI 685 685heavy
gooil to choice heavy 5 57588O 80 rough
heavy 5556570 i5 f 67 light S7033B bulk of ofsales orIlles ofsales
sales STOeS80 STOeS80Sleep 5 3705SO5hepRecelptS O580SheepRecelpt
Sleep SheepRecelpt Receipts Sa000 OO Sheep 10 1 to 15c
lower Good to choice wethers 40a450 40a450fair 4084iOfair 408I4J0fair
fair to choice mixed 3C 3Csheep 311088408 flOe4 G western westernsbeep westernsheep
sheep 24O43O oiO rn rnKansas U9 native Iambs IambsKa 38O640 38O640Ksisas
Kansas s City June 29 9cattleRecetp Cattle Receipts
590 Market strong 8tr8n Native steers 450 450s10i iI
mM s10i Texas and Indian ln ian steers 2700425 2700425Texas
Texas cows 20032 native cows and
heifers Iife420 stockers and feeders feeders2Wp425 feeders2i842i feeders2i0425
2Wp425 bulls 250 50e400 400 calves calvesiOO 2 iO 00
15 2S western steers 275460 western westerncows westerncows westerncows
cows 2000350 2000350Hogs 2G0Cr350HOSReceipts 20088350HogsReceipts
Hogs HOSReceipts Receipts 7GOO Market i01 iOlte iOltelower 58810elower e elower
lower Bulk of sales 55oe5 550530 0 heavy
S 565 6 packers 5403555 medium 55 55light 51 530lht t
fi6Ih light lht I ht 545660 545660yotkers55Oqi68 545660yotkers55Oqi68pios yorkers 55060 55060pies 55O6ps
pies 4750555 4sc5IieepReteiPtS
Sheep Sheep IieepReteiPtS Receipts 10000 Marke Market steady j
to shade lower Muttons Iutt < ns OSOgolo 151ambS lambs lambs4K
4K 4 3 es range wetberg 36O549 ewes ewesSt
S4OfI5U S4OfI5USt 3 20 20St
St Joseph June 29 CattleReeelpts CattleReeelpts3DO Cattle Receipts
5380 3DO Market active steady to to10c T6c cblg cblger high higaer
er Natives Na 4JSC 4354536 eow eo coups I and andhclce heifer heiferS
2 8tOCkers and teeaers 75 75eeeipts 1
eeeipts lIark t1lOl5c < l I
Iow losver < Lights 754886 65 S medium mea m and and67SiS
Jspavy 5 53592 bulk k 5ii1MJ6fI 5673 67SiS 67SiSMarket L5t234
tiS Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts Receiptsto pts 31618 Market steady steadyOmaha I
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to 15c lower lowerOmaha lowerOmaha
Omaha June 2S 9cattieIteceJpts Cattle Receipts 3500 3500heaxl 35005trS 3500ep4
heaxl h ep4 Market strong Me ndhl higher Native Nativesteers N Nativeteers
5trS ndhlrs rsN
steers s 425S25 cows and heifers rs 325
4 450 30 0 canners 2000300 steckers and feed feeders feeders ¬
ers ers 2750450 75490 calves 3M0 sIi8 i6 bulls 275 2 275HogsReceipts is
0410 0410Hogs Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 7g9 7 880 head Market t lOc l IGewer e isI
= I
10 wer Heavy 33b680 mixed Ix 552340
557 5 5734 light 5590565 pigs 5000550 iiOOG650of bulk bulkof bulkf
of o f sales saleaShecpPrlces a5206STV a5eOebrShoepPrices
She ShecpPrlces < p Prices lower weak Fed year yearilg
lings 1I ilg 3XM0330 3G0tJ3 wethers 4600430 ewes ewes5e40O
35 15v400 3 4NOO common and stockers 2 2255O 2255Oambs 90850
lambs l 40005M 40005M2Tetal 4 4880SNetal
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNew ifarketzNew
New York June 28 2aThere There was a de decline dolue ¬
cline c of > 22 in the prices of spot tin in inLondon InLondon inondon
London L where it ctef at E12i 127 while whilefutures whilefutures whileutures
futures f there lost 1f W ls dosing at flI flILocaltJl 124ocalW 124 124Locally
Locally L tin was quiet with spot quoted quotedat
at a t 2800 2800Copper 2800Copper oo ooCoUPer
Copper in London was higher spot ad advancing advaaclnl adancing ¬
vancing v 5s to 57 57 7s Sd while futures were were7s were7s
7s 7 8 gd higher hl her at 57 is as In New York cop copper copper coper ¬
per p er remains dull and nominal BOIrilnalIake Lake and andelectrolytic andeiectro17tJc andlectrolytic
electrolytic e 145 H3eoC86tfng casting 1400 1400Lead 1400Lead 1400Lead
Lead unchanged d In London at m 11 las lasand 15saDd ISsnd
and a nd In New York at 412 412Spelter 1UY 412Spelter
Spelter advanced 2s Id in London to 4ZO 4ZOs 20 202s 20Id
2s Sd but remained unchanged u here at atS120SJ5 at6L
S120SJ5 S120SJ5Iron 6L 6LIron 8 123488825Iron
Iron closed at 52s 6d in Glasgow and at at445s at18d
445s 4 s Md in MMdlesboro MJddl Sboro Locally iron ironwas Ironwas ironas
was w as quiet No 1 foaadry fo ntiry northern 1950 i
03060 0 900 No o 2 foundry northern 1S lSi O1900 O1900 O1900No I
No ii o 2 foundry southern and No NO2 2 foundry foundrysouthern foundrysouthern foundryouthern
southern s soft luMlft 1 toOtif Warrants Warrantsnominal Warrantsominal Varrantsnominal
nominal n
Coffee andSugar andSugarNew and Sugar SugarNew
New York June 29 Cofee5pot Coffee Spot Rio Rioquiet Rioquiet Riouiet
quiet q uiet No 7 invoice jfi1h 6 Mild quiet quietCordoVK quietordova
CordoVK C lova 70U 70UThe 7UThe
The market for coffee futures opened openedquiet openedqult openeduiet
quiet q uiet at unchanged prices to a decline of ofpoinla
5 points and while not specially active activeruled actiVeruled actIveuled
ruled r easier as s a result resultqf of lower European Europeancables Europeaneagles Europeancables
cables and heavy primary receipts clos closing closIn dosng ¬
ing In i ng quiet net 5 to 19 points lower Sales Saleswere Salese
were w ere 1128 bags including July at 370 3 370eptember i iSeptember I IcAmber
i 5
September S e be 3JB November N 410415 tt De December Deamber ¬
cAmber c 446 February 455 March 455 455
460 4 60 May 475 475Sugar 475SugarRaw 475SugarRaw
Sugar SugarRaw Raw steady fair f Jr refining 3 3centrifugal 3centrifugal 234 234entrifugal
centrifugal c 96test 3 116 116imoJasses molasses sugar eugarRefln sugarRefined I
2 Refined Refln steady steadyMonejr steadyMoney steadyTeoney
Money Silver and finance financeNew FinanceI FinanceNew FinanceNew I
New York June Si 30Close Close Money on oncall oncall onall
call c all firm at 205 8S per cent closing at 3 3h
04 per cent Time money firm sixty sixtyays
days d ays 4 per cent SO days 4 454 per percent cent six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonthe
months 5 554 per cent Prime mercantile mercantilepaper mercantilepaper mercantilepaper
paper 505 per cent Sterling e echange ex exchan enhange
change chan c e easier at 4JR0487 a OIS7 for de demand dtmand demum > ¬
mand mum and and4SW4J5 48404X for sixty days Posted Postedrates PostedratfS Postedrates
rates 485 4 42554 and 4SS Commercial bills bUlsM bUlsBar
484 484Bar 4 M 8434 8434Bar
Bar silver 52 52Mexican 32Mexican
Mexican silvere silverIaiJ dollars IaiJ 45 45Government 43Government >
Government e bonds steady railroad
bonds firm
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNew
New York June 29 2IButterRecelptl Butter Receipts
10900 1 packages Extra unsettled State Statedairy Statedairy Stateairy
dairy d airy 1 1654020 92 creamery 1620 1620Eggs 161h2GEggsReceipts 16342GEggsReceipts
Eggs EggsReceipts Receipts WS72 Steady Stead Extras Extras1S
1S 1 534 western seconds to firsts Jrstsl 1617 1617Chicago 151TChicago liCbicago
Chicago June 29 ZtOn On the produce ex exchange exchan exhange ¬
change chan c e today the butter market was waseasy waseasy wasasy
easy e Creameries Cre merfesp 1620 dairies 151S 151SEggs l 15il8EggsAt l8EggsAt
Eggs EggsAt At mark cases included 124 124CheeseSteady 12Y 12
14 1 4
14CheeseSteady
CheeseSteady 1011 1011Treasury 3011Treasury 1Iy 1IyTreasury
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementWashington StatementsWashington
Washington June 29 29Todays Today s state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment of the treasury balance shows showsAvalalble showsAvaJalble showsAvalaible
Avalalble cash balance 230464993 gold
3 182357873 1 J57S73
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San Francisco June 20 2OWheatSt 20WheatSteady Wheat Steady adY
December 134 134Barley 134BarleyWeaker 134BarleyWeaker
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