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I 6 1 THE SALT S T LAKE HERALD R ItD WEDNESDAY WED DAY OCTOBER 21 1903 I
I I i MINES AND MINING MINING I STOCKS STOCK1SF1NANCiAL FfNANCIAL AND 1 COMMERCIAL T ft I l
RICH ORE STRIKE STRIKEIN
IN DALYJUDGE DALYJUDGENock
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Nock Carrying 400 Ounces Sil Silver Silver ¬
ver and 32 Per Cent Copper Coppert CopperMINES
i I t
MINES GENERAL CONDITION CONDITIONf CONDITIONRBS1IJrJo
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PKBSBira IBx1I PBO3 PlWDUOTI01f > TJCTION AND PU i iDt
TTOUK PJtOCPEOTS Dt S EOTS I It IA
t t
A strike was as made In the DalyJudge DalyJudgenine DaIYJucIcenine
nine Sunday night which w leb give he eII promise promiset
> f developing < into the blffgwfc bIa thin thIns < In Inthat Inthat
that line which has h occurred o urr In the old oldPark oldPark
Park City ity camp In many a long day dayAt da dat
At t that time a fall breast of ore was wa
broken Into on the 1400foot level which whichonsbna whichonlllllt8
< onsbna of a maw ma of gray copper and andube andube
< ube galena Kal na which under separate assay assayon
on n samples sa mplca taken from the car of sort sorted ¬
ed d leud and copper ore gave returns as
lollowH without separating < the gold goldwhich COldwhlCh goldwhich
which the rock contained from the silver ItlvfrupJMr
O upJMr > pp > r orr or oreS 400 4 ounces silver and 32 per percent r rnt
cent nt < opper Op pper r galena sixty slxt ounces silver IIlIverIIhd
IIhd hd 79 pr cent ent lead Nothing like it has haspreviously hlUlrlvioulllly
previously been found In the mln and
it is doubtful If anything al thlnr resembling it itvAa
vAa 18 ever vtr found IP the camp before Olf
Many things besides the metallic con contents on ¬
tents < > f thf th rock make the strike of IMK It
11leant importance to the mine In the
first I rt place ilae > it ocurrpd at a point further furtherwFst furtMrWflIIt furthercst
wFst cst in the property than has ever pre previously prEYlnullh previously ¬
viously been en reacbrd r tltd In the second secondplace se
place it was made after vending the drift driftov driftOr I I
ov Or vr > r i O 0 feet ff t through a body o milling millingoro mlllln mllllnn I
oro n that ha hac carried enough firstclaim firstclaimto
to t almost take the mass out of the inlll
Inc clu flalOs s entirely and al d at a vertical depth depth1neath depth1ntRth
1neath the surface of 17 118 < feet et And Andi
II i zln afn the strike was a nrade directly be beneath
neath tiio til north rim of the Bonamta Flat
basin In ground that was w orlidnally In luHiulcd InllIdfd i
Hiulcd 1 tided in the DalyJudge DabJ holdings before beforetl h1forft
t 112 tl Iw purchase J of the Anchor in a region regionwhich ldon ldonwhlh
which In tne JtkHnent of Manager Man r O J
Salisbury and President John J 1 Daly Dalywould Dal
w would 111ft prove to be the best mineral pro
riiicinp d tin itnrtinn rtI0tI of r that sectIon xectlimIt tlnn tlnnIt
It hi haR been made where the t formation
is j as II regular and unbroken as It ts pos possible ¬
sible aihl for nr ground to be and where the thewalls t talls
walls alls of f the t h ho immense > fissure stand lI nd a atrue all allt
true t rup and III nd well defined as though t houh they had
been constructH Cfnllltru t t by the hands of f man mana iuan iuana
a fact fully Illustrated in phot photnit photographs ph phon
on exhibition at the companys mpany otnCf1l In Inthllll
S thllll city ity The strike whl on of AI AInt l
nit incalculable Importance for the rem rfaonA
Sons sllltfd I Is only an Incident In the dr drYtlopmnt de
velopm Ytlopmnt nt of the great property which
1 just beginning to assert its value as a awhole
whole wholeIn hol
In what ht is known O as the h Mcfiortcy C drift driftv
rlf
v here a great avenue was blamed for
1100 feet straight away way through solid ore orej
j and nd from mm which not a single pound has hasjrt bAlt
jrt ut t be n Moped connections n were e recant receiitv
v made with i the = main avenue on the l ln th thong
Jong ong n tunnel tunn 1 level and it to now no possible possibleto po
to run cars an direct from the mill to the ex extrtme extnme axtr
trtme tr me western extremity of that drift
Thin rhi immense stretch of ore bearing besrln besrlnground
ground is I also in territory never ver touched L
T 11 > y the Anchor and can be counted upon
10 1 produce an enormous tonnage for a agroat aICrfst s L
groat many yean yea to came comeBut cameHut
Hut leaving these developments out of
1he reckoning reeknn entirely there to said 141 to tt ttj
j if 1 at the present ipoment omant more than thanSttOOO thnZIlIOO I
SttOOO tons of ore bldcked out In the old oldnhor I II
Anchor nhor workings ore that the manage management n n111nt ¬
ment of that property evidently eIdenti never never neverflrflIftK
dreamed > d existed fxt it is I only a Yery tew tewweeks tewf
weeks f eka slnc 81 nt the reconstruction of the theIOOfoot
eiOfoot ofoot operating tunnel was u completed completedand ConapJftand theI I
and the working workln force in the completedI mine mI has hasriot basnt I
riot Th t yet t been brought up to the maximum
But for or all that the company maximumr to now nowmarketing nownHHkeUn item itemntarketIn r
marketing ntarketIn in average of fifty tons of ofConcentrate orntr1tEtl 01 r roncentrtes
Concentrate ntr1tEtl per day da which tlch ich net approx approxImlltfly
innately J3S per ton In addition to that thatthirty t tthirty
thirty tons of crude cru le < ore orean an or or that to Ie110t ii I IitOt
not counted as first class but which the themanagement thet
management finds to be more profitable profitableto t
to 1 market 4tirect tI than to t concentrate concentrateIefln to I
being fln sent nt to the smelter smelterThis meJterThill
This grad rado > of ore 10 netting netUn < the com comjiuny comla
jiuny la n just about 15 15 per ton while an anaMIolUil oc
< asional car of highgrade bf hlfJAde < pre or ON that t
ha has been bet n netting tG 4o per ton is also al going JrolnglIt goIn
out lIt Ut as 5 development progresses ro These Thesefigures
figures are rE official and Indicate that the thecompany theompany thetmpsny
company is now marketing 9MOW IOO worth worthof worttI
of < > f ore per month without counting the thei
Hghgrsle i hlfIlje without running runnln < either mine minelr minior I
or mill at capacity and nd without counting countingone nountlitione
one ton of zinc middlings worth worthabout worthI
I about 1J 12 per ton which to accumulated accumulatedton
ton t n for ton with the concentrates made madeCOMTrNBMTAIAITA madeCOXTIN1lJlTALALTA
COMTrNBMTAIAITA MIRES XINESFiDanciaJPublieation
financial FiDanciaJPublieation vPubUeatfon Gives a a Pair PairAccount FairAooount
Account of What Is Being Bein Done DoneAnswering DoneAnawertn
Answering Anawertn < a query from Providence R
T 1 regarding rdInc the th Continental Mines Mln A Amel
Smelting mel corporation Saturdays United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Investor says
Th The Continental Mines Inea A Smelting Smeltln cor corporation COCporaUon ¬
poration is I incorporated under the laws lawsf la we wefir
fir > f the state of New York with a cap caprtock capital capitaltock
rtock tock of 95009009 divided dlvld into Intohares sot sotshares
shares having havln a par value of 10 10 each eachThe
The president and general manager to toHenry 18Henry heHenry
Henry M Crowther a mining mln engineer engineerof en
of Salt Lake City Utah and nd the Heft secretary Hefttar meretar ¬
tar tar and treasurer trea urer to G C Van Alstyne Alstyneof
of New York City The Th corporations corporationsplan corporationlIe
plan tlan of operation s tlO tlOe to to take akh over and nd ndo ndproperties op oprate ¬
erate rate e mining ventures e handling n only onlyproperties o onlyproperties
properties which W lch are re at the time in fall falloperation fsllperatlon
operation and on an earning paying payl be bafsis beis beai5 I
fsis is With this end In view the mnagement manageflient manage management ¬
ment claims f to have acquired full and andcomplete andomplete andompkte
complete title to what is known as the theContinental theU therl theI
I Continental U Alta group and d dthirty mill I sites sitesnd sitesand
and nd water rights rl f located red at dA Alta A Utah Utahthirty t Utahthirty
thirty miles by rail from Salt Lake City CIt CIt1he
The properties prop rtle were formerly formerl under three threedistinct threenlsUnet threelistlnct
distinct managements man menttll and until recently
it is said had no machinery or mill and anddid andn anddid
did not n handle n the e copper ores at all the theores theores
ores then treated tt tte being = rrr gold g r rfad silver and andlead andlead
lead fad values valu In this way it is claimed claimedabout clailaedabout claimedabout
about 1000000 has been taken out uu by byvrevlows byrf10utII byret1ot1l
vrevlows owners ownersDevelopment ownf ownersDevelopment > lS lSDevelopmt
Development > nt work consists eolUl of several severalthousand veralthound severalthousand
thousand feet of tunnels tunn and winses win the theveins theins thecins
veins cins ins It is said being 1K inc twelve In number numberR
R G Gemmell exstate mining 11I1nl in1ng engineer engineerfor nwr nwrfor
for Utah recently n entl examined the property propertyand JIOpert JIOpertRnd propertand
and expresses exp the opinion that with withproper witbrroJft wit witproper
proper work It may he the making makln < of 0 a a11g aIg
11g rroJft I Ig mine The Th company states that it ithas Ithas Itbaa
has entered d into a ccntrsct ex c ntract with the theAmerican thfmm theAmerlan
American mm an Smelting 8m ltlng A Refining Reflnin < company companyto companto
to deliver to the tatters smelter 8 Nlteortons 1OMW 1OMWions lOQAInns
ions of ore rom the Alta mines 1D18 and a that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th compiny has begun the regular u1ar shipment shiputent ship shipment ¬
ment of ores at the rate of twentyfive twentyfivetons twentyfivetOI1ll
tons per day the net profit being beln from fromM fromto
M to 5 per ton It is I offering for sale isleIooo
Iooo 109000 009 of Its treasury stock to build a aconcentrating aconcentraUn aconcentrating
concentrating plant and to I at the same sametime semistime Jft4I Jft4Itime
time preparing to pay J per cent in alridends olTid alri aifldends
d dends on its shares sharesUEBSBTTRG tlharellL1I1IS1IURG sharesLUSBUIW
UEBSBTTRG GOLD MINES MTNBSSalt XINBSSalt MINEST
T
Salt Lake Expert ExpertGives Gives Giv His Impres Impressions Impr Imprions Improsof ¬
ions of Some Properties There ThereWriting ThererltlrtK ThereWriting
Writing rltlrtK teem Leesburg under date of ofthe oft ofthe
the t h 14th George rp Forrester orrestr the th well wellKnown wellknown
Known mining engineer 8In r who la making makinga mllklna I
a JIlt study ud of the famous old Idaho gold dls dlstrUt dletrkt eiistrict
trUt the placers pial of o whkh arf re reputed r llttrl vo vohnve 0 0baf Ohv
hnve produced Q0JMMNJO 110 In the 80 i says caysThrough saysThrough III IIITbroulkb
Through the tb courtesy cou t4 of W s Bur Burton Hurtfln Rurt ¬
ton t pn engineer fur the th Gold Dust Mining Miningcompany MiningornpeII MiningtompettV
company ornpeII which hlh is larjrely ar ply owned IHd by Salt Saltako SailLak SaltLake
Lake ako artles > I w Will was s shown all through throughthe throuhthe
the great and promising property which whichlias whhhhal whfthlte
hal lte a fine Inf water supply and wood for forany furall
any all 11 nn ttnI l all II II purp UJINttn i < s < aHJaecnt a to lot the themine themute hI hImli4J
mine mli4J nod mill From the > old riclnnl oriEln1IIhaft < > riclnnluliaft rielnalshaft
shaft house hou an Incline WHit driven IJrln > n down downby downby downt
by t th < former frm < r own tlwnlt rs seventy ff frct > f with withTOSS vtthroi Ith IthjOr8
TOSS jOr8 roi drills forty fort and twenty twent feet ft et re reHjMVtlvHy 1 1fpCdinly rejtcctlveIy
HjMVtlvHy all in good freemilling gold goldore ICOfdor goldurc
ore or clear Iear from the grass root lown 4lownStrI < lownSince IownSlne
Since StrI the present company aciiilred aciiilredthe seiitiiredthe lIllrtdthe
the propertY JlI JMrty a tunnel has been 1 driven drivento
to tap tO the vein 143 1t feet ret below the th collar collari
i IIr if f the original Incline Inc I ii At H distance ta < n of of3Vi 0
3Vi 3 feet the tunnel struck the rijj In ion ionttnuirt on onttnulogr ontlnul
ttnulogr tlnul on twenty feet farther farth an up upraise IIpraltee Upraise ¬
raise of eightyfive < feet was run to 0 ihe ihebottom he hebottom hebottom
bottom of 0 the old workings workln all in POJ POJre solid < I
tire > re showing valuts valu In gold of from ft 1s > to tosa
sa 14 per ton The Th tunnel t IInn 1 has ha witne UIIf b en endriven endriveit n ndrivel
driven in sixtyfive feet beyond the theupraine t thiupraise hI hIupr
upraise upr t and as yr yt t there is no n indication indicationof
of a wall showiiK howln the ledge to be at atleast atIallt atleast
least eightyfive t fe fet t thick by b a known knowndepth knowndtptb knownttcptb
depth of et 190 feet Enough ore has been beenblocked beenbloeked n nbokpd
blocked out ready for sloping to keep keepa
a tenstamp mill running for or years rs l lccmr to tor I Icome < >
come ccmrKnvrglnsr comeEmrglng
Knvrglnsr r rrln from the th month of o the main maintunnel m maintiintitl tin tintl1ntlf1
tunnel where is I wtimtei bi t liii th ftIP t to < > machine machineant mathlntanrl mathlneand >
ant blacksmith mhoytt hop itwr b c curs rs enter a aCovered 8rfd acovered
Covered rfd tramway direct to the th ore or bins binsat bl blt blueat
at t the mill which is rapidly rapid nearing Hearingcompletion nearingcomrl nearingcomjiltiofl
completion comrl < tlon The mill is of the th most t mod modern nedrn nodera ¬
era rn design consisting on lstln of complete crush crushing erUllhInll erualtlag ¬
lag machinery marhln ° TY stamps ll copper gold goldplates godptatr old oldplat
plates plat with lth nil th tho > necessary nt > Cll luy appur appurwaaiiLcs appurte appurttnLLts
waaiiLcs te jLS which go to make up a first
cla class cl ass amalgamating plant There to also alsoa alsonew
a new aawmiil 4 wmHl connected with the mill millProvision millProvtllion millrovision
Pb Provision P has been made in the th mill millbulldlnlf IfliltuIlding > 11 11building
Pta building b Pb so that a concentrating or r learn learning le leathig h hInc ¬
Inc b ig department departm nt can be added in the fu future future fure ¬
ture ta re if found necessary
Eleven Ieven thousand feet northeast of the theGold theGold theold
Gold G Go old Dust lies U the Free Gold mines mtne8owned mineswned
Gp Gm owned o and operated by the same me com eompany COWany
pany p any and both of which are on the great greatineral reat reatmJneral
mineral m ineral zone which crosses c the entire entireMackinaw ontreackinaw
Mackinaw M dUtrfct The Free Gold Is 1 ile ileveloped cie cieveloped doeloped
veloped v by a shaft fiba tt seventy feet deep with withcrosscuts withf withrosscuts
crosscuts c u and some sloping s done where whereformer wherermer
j f to tob former rmer owners = made e considerable = I Iby money ney neyy
by b y the primitive method of handmortar handmortarand haadmortaXnd
and a aw nd panning Ore going 1 1EM > per ton tonwas tonw tonas
asa was w as often encountered a general enerai average averageample av avple averagemple
I sa ample ple from the bottom of the old baft llbaft1q shaltoing baftgoing
g going tU per ton The present company companyrunning
to isfe running runnl a tunnel to tap taptbe the ledge 140 140feet 1 160et
feet fe feIs et below the old workings world 81l The tunnel tunnelnow
is I now in 140 1 feet the vein being struck struckat strUckat
at atfa fifty feet tee LKIth with sensational tfOaal assays n so sofar sor
far fa r as penetrated penetratedBy penetratedty nlated
By the kindness of Manager Nana r Kirkpat Kirkpatrtck KIrkptck
riw rick ri ck I was shown throu through h the Gold Flint Flintworkings
workings w which consist of two tunnels tunnelsnd
and a alo A nd a shaft ttw on eibe the aoex of 01 the wfl vein oq oqlower The Tb Tbwer
lower lo wer tunnel to In 7w l0 feet f encounterin encounterinthe tencounterlnthe encounteriog encounterioge
the th e vein at t fifty fltt feet ninetyfive feet of 0 0IOII 01osscutting
croescuttins croescuttinsraise IOII cr cutdntr aDd teetr aJ alt In ore an up upral
raise ral raw ra ise e of 170 feet to the be upper tunnel tunnelwhich tun Del Delwhich
which w hich struck the vein at seventyfive seventyfiveat
te feet at 100 feet of crosscutting erocutUn in the up upper upPfr uper ¬
per p er tunnel 100 tons of ore at t mouth of ofore ofwer
low lo wer tunnel assays 11 G per toll iom the vein veinenr veinveraging
a veraging enr tblrtYfive feet thick Jneuh Jneuhort
ore o re Is in sight at a conservative estimate estimateto
to be in the neighborhood of 2l9 GKS 001 0a tons tonsThe tonsThe
The mines enumerated are promising tBg
properties p and easily worked The
Abandoned mine two miles west of ofthe orthf ofe
the th e great ent Gold Duet recently relocated rloca relocetedas
has h as a tunnel tlJn in 160 feet with a twelve twelveot
foot fo ot vein of M ore and many encour encouraglnr encourging DCOVIa
aglnr a prospects PlOllp Ct8 which I didnot did n not t visit
Taken altogether the Mackinaw dis district dilltrkt disiet ¬
trict tr iet to one of the greatest and richest richestgold rlebHtloJd
gold s old camps that I have seen and before beforevery betotftHr beIOTeery
very Hr v ery Ions lon Is bound to become a great gristctor
factor fa ctor hi t the production of gold for the thestate theatate theate
state st ate of Idaho IdahoTONOPAH IdahoTONOPAK
TONOPAH TONOP AH RAILROAD RATLfiOADConstructing ItAThItOADonatructing
Constructing C Engineer Promises PromisesCompletion PromisemCompletion I
Completion in Five Months MonthsMatters MonthsMatters
Matters are moving movln < most satisfactorily satisfactorIlyrailroad
in railroad circles says say the th last Issue Issueof lII le leof
of o f the Tonopah Miner Constructing Con tructln En Engineer D ¬
gineer gln g ineer r Paul Iglebart arrived d from Soda Sodavilie
vilie vi IIIf lie Sunday and nd spent two days in con consultation conultatton ¬
su sultation ltation with General Manager addle o othe of ofthe
the t he Tonopeh company He let let Tuesday
morning m with a surveying party of seven seventeen ICI sevenen ¬
teen tf te en > en for Sodavllle and yesterday morn morng
InK in g the th work wor of running the survey from
that t point Int to Tononah was m commenced
The T he transit corps and th tM levelers Are r te teow I
now n ow in the field and Will be followed follow followedmmediately
Immediately I by h a third party which will willrun willrun Wiltuin
run r uin th the cross JONI sections e0tl tleDs ns The survey urv will willprobability wilte
be b e completed omp ed within t Vwo o weeks In All allrobability
probability ProbabUttuperlnteD p
Superintendent uperlnteD ent Trlpp to now in San Smurancisco
Francisco F purchasing tie ties and a snl snlmiies sf1cient
fllfnt ti cient quantity of rails to construct forty
miies m iles of road have been bought and ave areeady
ready r for delivery rY The Tb actual construe construeon ¬
J Hon ti on work will be commenced OIIUP nC4ld as neon I6OtU as
the t he contracts for grading which are re npw npWnding
pending pendln pe nding are closed which wilL be within Wit
the t he next n xt fortnight
Mr Iglahart 1I hart while hllf here assured ured a rep ¬
resentative re r of the Miner Nln that the tI road rO d
would w ould bo completed to Stewarts Wetto etIa
within w ithin four months and would reach
Tonopah T a month later laterMAT It4rMAY IsterMAY
MAY DAY JIGGS JIGG START STABTCompanys STARTCompny STARTompanys
e Companys C ompanys Well Has Enough En ugh Water Waterto Watert
to t Keep the Plant Klimning
Manager Snow of the May Day stated statedesterday
yesterday y that the companys Jigging
plant p lans at the mine was placed in commis commison ornlDllilion ¬
lion d on again on Monday and before the
week closes ea the first car of concentrates
will wi w ill reach rch the market mareL After AI concentte the close closeown ¬
down d own of the plant plnt it I was w found fou tbCIOI that tat by bythe Ii
lacing p a
pumping plant on a wel well whih whic
the t he company tmpny owns ows a short distance from
the t he mill mi all n the water wate necessary dq to fm keep
the t he jlggs j1a in operation operuon could ruld ner be b easily kep ob obamed ¬
tained taine t A boiler ber and D pump pumpw wan wa secured securedand Mured securednd
and a nd when wb the pump was started starte the tames
at a t the aiill Jll n which hold enough enuub wter tn lot tormore lormore lotmore
more than tDn a weeks weks run were iUd in iness
run we
i
1 less Je ess than thn half a a day An A abundance or orwater orwa 01water
i water wa ter was still sti left l n in the anat well and
j Manager X Snow Snw expresses the opinion wel Uwt a
I the t plant plnt can be b eJp Kept running oplnon < all winter winteron wintern tt
on o < n water from fl this t tbl source ile
In the t mine min six net It of fine ore to being
8x o fn oe 111
i mined mine In the winoe Ins from fm the IWfooC Jtoe lev le Ievci < n
below beo b elow <
the tunnel and an shipments Iblpnte are a i com con cornng ¬
j ing i ng along Iong with Increasing frequency
Incre1 truenc truencwhie
1 while whie the t company compny to now out ot of o debt bt and I Ias
j has ba h as a respectable reptble surplus sulus to go 0 O on onGETTING onGETTING
GETTING GETIG DOWN DOW TO BUSINESS BUSINESSSalt BUSINESSLake USINSS USINSSSt
S Salt St Lake Le on Land Oil Oi Alone Gas the Company Comply Lake Piles Pileson Fe Pileson
Notices otce of location 10ctOD of twentyseven twentysevenclaims
tentNvtn tentNvtnelal
claims elal c to land ln lying lynl west wet of the t Jordan Jordanriver Jor
river rver r iver and fld east et of the lake lke between btwn a apoint apnt aoint
point pnt p oint south suth of Becks Beks hot springs and an anmaginary
imaginary fmnry I IS line lne running runnln east t from trm n the therecord thealtair
Slalr S altair Ivlon pavilion wer were Cle filed yeteday yesterday for torror forecord
record ror r with wih County COUty Recorder Reorr Walter Waler J
Meeks Mek Bach Ech claim cim calls clls for fo MO acres aer4ol of ofand
land l The acreage is taken ken up by C K 1
Rowland Rowland Louisa Lul J Rowland RowJan Dr D b Patrick
S Keogh Ke of the KeoghWright hospital
Wrght
Nellie Nele F Keogh Keb Kea John ofln A A Kuykendali Kuykendalipresident KUkdl Kuykesdaltresident bptal
president prdet p of the tb Salt Sl Lake Le Oil 01 L Gas Gascompany Guempy Gasompany
company empy c Thomas Te J Anderson An a student studentat tndeDtat
at a t the Latterday Lteray Saints Sint college cle James
F Hinton packer pker and an Mary ar S B Hinton
The Salt Sl Lake Lke Oil 01 I Gas 0 company is isthe i is
the t he corporation crraUon formed forme several verl tpny months mnth mnthalo monthsago roonthaago
ago alo for the purpose pu of engaging in n ngeneral aanerl ttgeneral
general anerl oil gas 1 and n land entr business J aloti alotithe ala along
the shores ahore of the lake lke from frm Saltair Sltlr on onthe onthe onthe
the south to Promontory Promntor on the north
te
The filings flnp just made md show that the com company company < t ¬
pany is I getting tUn down dow to business bn and it itshould Itsbould Itshould
should not be a great reat while whie now nw until its itsplans t tplan itsplans
unti
plans plan have hve fully fuly matured maturedOMSABA mtur mturOM maturedOMABA
OMSABA OM AA CROWDS CRO S MINT MINTAlpine MT MTAlpine MINTAlpine
Alpine Property Propert in Nevada Ha Has Net Netted Nett Netted ¬
ted t Them Te Over 100000 100 in i a Tear TearThomas Yer YerThomu YearThomas
Thomas J 1 Lynch returned rturn Sunday from froma
a several vral days daYa visit vt to the u Sny Alulae AI prop property proparty ¬
arty at t Lone Ln Mountain MountJr says Y Saturdays ttury tUrdys
Tonopah Toh Bonanza Bnn He H state stt that tht a rorce
of eighteen ehten men Is now at work at the themine themine
mine the th lr largest ever ne employed wor and that
empJOM Al I
a lare large amount of shipping elppq ore o to being bln blnfxtrc tt <
extracted smelters smeltersit fxtrc smelte smelteI and 1 regularly lrly forwarded ow to the thesmelters thesmelte thesmelters
it I to just a few days dys over O r a year since sincethe sincethe
In Inthe
the Alpine Alpin property rorty came into the bands bandsof handsif
th Jnd Jndot
of if the OMearaLynch
OMfrLynch company < and in I
that tht time tl the th net returns rUr mpn from frm the tl ad ship alp ¬
fluent of ore have
It ve amounted aountf to consider considerably elle considerably ¬
ably abl over ofr H00669 This Thl added to the t eost eostof et etof eoetof
of extraction transportation reduc
extracin trnt tin and nd ¬
tion Ufn would wul4 brine bn the total to IOLS production productionwell prodectjunwell reu
well u uu towards twan the 2p ooo mark mak ¬
ing Inl a i most mOIt excellent showing lhlnc J for l ar a prop property J ¬
erty ert which a little ltte over ove H year yer ago p had hadshipped hd d
shipped Ihlpp but little ltle ore on and was wa practically
unknown unkown It to J however but prctcly one on of S Snumber
number pf Lone Mountain x a properties On that thatwill thatwill
will be beyear g < aoiug the h hx = same thing the coming
year yer The TononahBelfber Toh Ibe to a already
following tolWDl it a ma a close second secondLTJOT Mnd MndL secondLUOf
L LTJOT UO iTcoipia L OOPPER ORE OREAways OR ORAy ORBAssays
Assays Ay on Reek Rok From Frm 100Foot lOFot Level LevelShow LeYa LevelShow
Show ow Pine Fne Values ValuesManager Vaue ValuesMenager
Manager anafr Frank Frnk L Wilsonof 11 the Lucy
L I and Clifford Clford Copper Cop r Belt Bel properties prlrtit1 o th Ile In
the Deep D8 Creek country < ontry has just JU ju had bd
the samples 1mIll of copper ore which he
brought In I from the Ip
boubt tbf former trlf property 1OIJtt as assayed assa ¬
sayed 14 sa The Tb rock J gave pVP returns tus of 25 2L 2J5 per percent percent r rCfnt
cent cooper 92 ounces silver
ouncP and 120 12 in ingold Ingold
gold Id per ton When Whfn it I l lit known knn that ii tuf tufIat tegreat e egreat
great Iat ledce Iftf carries ra1 several tfral fet of that thatcharacter the thatcharacter t
character hratpr of ore th the importance Imprhlnf of the fh
figures f becomes bme app Rp apparent rnt The rock Jk came
from the th rrojf cropscult cut Clt at the bottom btm of f the
100foot 20rot shaft abs ft where h r the ledge I was w found
to t be b forty rQrt feet ffft wide wl all al of or the thf thejilataice orttotaitce tla I
in good ore orr ore that with railroad Jird con coniMTtions eoniterit
iMTtions nfttn iterit n would wotld won Id be bo of c a commercial commercialIttftlltv com cominecjlnualit fn fnnfttn l lkU
nualitA Ittftlltv IttftlltvA
A letter kU < r from Superintendent 8 rntndnt Clyde
AVllson Uen tutes tlt that the tunnel which to
being Inc drivn tiny n from the t 1 onioslte olllt whh side Ide of I
the hill hil to tun t tn th the < ledge le al 1 an additional
depth deph of e ISO 15 feet eet IK now in or was Iddltoal wh whn n
the letter 1tr was w written wrtn 111 11 11 feet t The whn vein situ
will wi Its It dlMIXING dl dlJ dlJXDmG he t > tapped t ppd Inside of o 3X 1 > feet fet If 1 it It Ii hoWe bol
MIXING XDmG STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEDalyJudge JClGI XCKLNGBDalyJudge
DalyJudge DayJudC Stran Stenethe Strenined th nad While WJe Con Cn CnXer
Xer Mercur and Tetro Tet DeUne Declined DeclinedDurinp Declinedlurtng
Durinp urlng yesterdays yeterd trading trl tradl on o the < am nm m
ing exchange fxcb a total tal of SLMt shares of t titok
tock ftOk < having hovlnl a selling Una value valu DI of la JWW410 iieiiochanged
changed halM hands hnll About Abut 90000 was S10 knocked I
off of of the selling lnl or market mlket value valuf kOe of Te ¬
tro because UIIP of the th h4 l4 100 accident Iccdtnt to the theBr
compressor Br and d resultant I necessity t of ofrathtr t
kfeplng a fw < cars f ore r In the mine J I Irathtr
rathtr than thal shipping It while repairs
whl rptrl are re
blng dll made marf mad consolidated Mercur with RT
Con1oldtfd K4reur
its It I
nw n fHtnetrmtinK lm plant
ttng proving pvlnlr a
valuable and
aluabk sure sun moneymaker was re ¬
duced du to Jlfi while whl mnlr Ma T
t S1k May Day D with wih the thestockholders tbeitokhohf i isttskholdcra
stockholders itokhohf meeting IUn time tm approaching I
did a lively Ivpl business bu ln at t llc lc apPachlnlJ to 12c
To loosen 1 I
fn up DulyJud DalyJudge e the purchaser pu1t r
had to pay pa gs30 92 while DalyWest re remained remalned remained ¬
mained unchanged at 93S70 3170 iO Mammoth I
0 <
sold at t iso Sc Star ar Con arotmd llPAteand llPAteandhV < c and andrncJeSam andtncle
rncJeSam tncle Sm at ttc Centurymoved Century moved up to toramento tolc
lc Caries hV hovered 8 around tic while leu leuramento usc uscramento
ramento sold at atto atFoIlowJq c cPOIIOWIZIg
FoIlowJq to the list of final quotations quotationsmade quotationsandrecordofaales
andrecord andrecordofaales ot lea made madeForenoon madeJ madeForenooe
Forenoon fl j Afternoon AfternoonAlice AtenMrmBid At teemoan teemoanj
J j Bid lAsked IA LAStedII ked 11 I Bid BidAlIce lAaked lAakediJ ed edAlice
Alice iJ iJAjax its 1 1Ajax J JlS
Ajax I 06 06BBeck t 60 Oi OiaBeck I IBBeck
BBeck i l lS l 178 178IS 1i
Carts I 13 j 13 13Congor 131 > IS 13 1ft
Congor 01 I i iCon t1 t1Con 1 IS jgCon
Con Mercur LOCK 107 107Creole 1 1054 l 11l 7 7Daly
Creole JP JPDaly S j 50 ° 1 I
Daly LOG I 220 220Bid I lfft 1 SM SMDalyJudge It ItDaJyT
DalyJudge DaJyT e 115 L 06 9K It I 900 0 I IDaly L 2S
DalyWest Daly West 389 MOO 00 Mtt M IO GO 0
Dexter Con Conf ConfE 01 01 OH 0i4f 01 811 643i 4i
E A B B BU 1 1U
U Central 150 ZM ZMHorn J SfO 4N 4
Horn Silver SilverIqot SilverIngot 60 60Ingot j
Ingot 02 OZi 02 02Little 02 I in OZ
Little Belli Bell 100 I I 35 35L 1 1iO O 210
L I Mammoth 31 31May 131 36 5 M
May Day D r 11 1112 12 11 fl4 12
Mammoth 97 lW 16 1ot
Nor Light 004 00 Ottfcl 001 91
Ontario OntarioPetro 1 i1
Petro I IRoccoII 1 181 60
RoccoII j ID 0 I ISacramento
Sacramento I 2 iS35 IZl 21 I JII
Silver St1v Ktag King7160 < j 71 M 7114
Silver Shield Shle 12 171 3 13
S Swansea Swan 07 11
Star Con ConSunshine t JPi I M 3S 11 115ulUlhhie 31
Sunshine t 1C
Swansea SwanseaUtah SwanseaUtah 1 11
Utah I IUncle 0 o Ie e 0 iO O
Uncle Sam SamIT 11 23 2414 21 2 34
IT S Mining 1 11W4 1100
Valeo ValeoBLiberal 11lj lll 11 l11 OT1 11
BLiberal BLiberalCalifornia 23 14 I
California t 60
Century M 56 5 Sti 51 51
Dalton 09 1811 66
E Emerald EmeraldJoe Bnier raId ld ldJoe Ie I
Joe Bowers 09 ft 1 06 01 01tle
Little La tle Reine ReineLittle CbieLl weij 04 4jG 1 06 ill stti sttiMartha 60 I I 4 60w
Martha W 01 011Jl 01 8 ii
New York 10 5 1 16 11 5 11 I 5 11
R A A Sr SrTetro OJ 60 I 644
Tetro JZ 31 St ffa S1 JZ
Victor VI lor Con ConWabash 11 11M 11Forenoon
Wabash 101 01 4 01 M
W M Glory GIoIyI tI 1 11 tMN1t 00S 60
Yankee ConI Con 40 41 44I 44ISales 3fi I 43 43Forenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesCarim SalesCa SalesCsrtas
Carim Ca BK 5001Zc 912c lrirC aw12c 1 ce c WOewc TO TOUil TOUt O Ota
Ut Uil lMO 1 shares sharescW shareston haresCon
cW Con Mercur SBts 3064567 tf t7 M 16Sl ffclW IM 60 To ¬
tal 1 300 RtMtres RtMtresMay re J
May Day Da 1t8 1000 fiac seller 30 MM MIOeJe 1 1600911e
600911e 1l t setter M ioo M0Ile UV seller seller2JM91M4C 80
S0fl1lc = l1c 2JM91M4C c cTotal 29Gttc buyer 30
Total 1 9 shares sharesUncle res
StAr con 41i1f 4lOSeUncle lk
Uncle Sam Con ConOpen 3M0Mc 3M0McOpan 3NS04cOpen
Open Board BoardlOM I
lOM Ingot at atI flfcc
lMO I Star at Me kStAr 31ttStat
309 Star at Mfcc Mfcc160V c cStar clIIOSUtr
160V lIIOSUtr Star at atTetro 3f e eTetro c V
2W Tetro at 3fc
l 111IO IAOOTetro OOTetro Tetre at t tTetro tc
800 Tetro at 3 ac lc buyer It I Itrnele
90f 3NUnele Uncle Sam Bahest at Me
1000 AVest est Morning om Glory at c
Shares sold aoId lH20t 11
Selling value mJO mJOAfternoon 1237110Afternoon 2 7110 7110Afternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesMar SalesKay
Mar Day 2JMWAC 1I 4 4 6 OU ° l9e ltet ltetNorthern B yer
30 Total 7 7JQt 00 shares
Northern Light M0fic 1OOfi
Sacramento SOOQSt SO0e SO0eStar c
Star Con iHstlOHc e UTOBgM l7tIlie u UJ Tdti 4 I
1100 J shares aliareUncle sltsrePnle sharesUncle
Uncle Sam SMCentury J00 100350 100350Century 5c
Century IGOGCZe IGOGCZeOpan 1 IOl12eOpen
Open Board Board6W BoardliO
liO Car CarIes at Jc c
6W Con Mercur at 1 1W
300 Daly DalyJu4tre Judge at 3031 f
40 Daly DalyWest lyest West IItt t 3160 setter tn Si
25 2 Daly DalYW DalyWest West etlt at 670 76
MO Mammoth at Me
500 May Day at llc
WOStar HIt Star at WAr
100 00 Star at t Wc
6 500 Tetro at at80H t tJIOO j4c
80H 8 Tetro Tetrot at 30c 30c5fl0Tetroat3le e
500 5fl0Tetroat3le Tetro at Sic V
800 Tetro at II 31c c
690 Tetro at Slfee SI
Shares sold tt3Ck <
Selling value 1 1l T3Ndw 7103 7103Kdw
Kdw l w York Mining MiniDstecks Steaks SteaksAdams StocksAdams I
Adams Con 21 2 ILltUe Little ChteC 1
Alice H Ontario C
Breece Br 10 Ophlr 1 of
Brun Con 4 Phoenix I I
Cometock Tint 134 fc Potosi Hi 1 I
C C V Vs 118 1 11 Savage 3
Horn Silver 1 UO 0 i jSavage Sierra Nevada 4Ii 4
Iron Silver 140 1 4 Small Hopes 1 S
Leadvllle Ceo C 1 lSdUd I Standard 2 W
San Francisco Mii Mining ng Stocks StocksAndes StocksAndes StocksAndes
Andes AndesBelcher 24 4Ju Justice JusticeH tl < S
Belcher BelcherBest H 1 Mexican 1 6 I
Best I Belcher BelcherBullion er 1 45 Occidental Con ConteOphir U I i
Bullion BullionCaledonia teOphir I Ir Opblr 1 Ii 5
Caledonia Caledoniallenge 9 Overman 2i
Challenge llenge Con ConCbollar1 21 Potoei PotoeiOSeg I 2
Cbollar1 Cbollar1Confidence I t4 Sa Savage VlLge i
Confidence ConfidenceC < OSeg 0 s Belcher I
C C A Va VaCon 1 130 30 Sierra Nevada 51 I I
Con Imperial ImperialCrown Z I 3 i Sliver Hill I S
Crown Point PointGould 18 Union i Con ConIK = 6 h
Gould A Curry IK J Utah Con ConYellow n I 1
Hale t Nor fit be Yellow Jacket JacketBoston JaeketBoston 4 I IBoston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdnnt StocksAdventure
Adventure Adnnt re 5 550 99 Osceola MM 54
Allouex 4 8 i8 Parrot fOee4oIa J ee
Amal 3S 3160 10 0 Quincy Mod CI
Blagham 21 30 S Ke < e Cop lie I IS I
Cal A HOc H c 43009 410 00 0 Tamarack 3f W I
Centennial 1 1100 11 00 II Trinity S 10 10op
Cop op Range 44 ui4 is U S IT 111 3 14 4 I
Domin Coal 17 7 75 5 Utah X 1S 14i 1 S
Franklin 7 U8 0 Victoria j 56
Isle Royale 539 5 30 W WtpGna ona < 1i
Mohawk MM 31 It 6 Wolverine f 4 M
Old Dentin 9 00 00Ore 00Ore 60Ore
Ore and Bullion BullionOre BullionOre BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements In h th thCo city d4 I
yestterdy eet dtLy < as retorted reorted by Mc McCods50k odtllk
Co amounted to 135100 S1Ji101 as follows followsver S Stt Sttver I
ver lead gold and copper ores ore MMM 2 I
hue bra bullion K9M gold bars ba baMetal IMtasT IMtasTMetal 5 5Metal
Metal Market KarketSilver Xuk MarketSilver t tSilver
Silver Oc l1 e per ounce ouncecopper
Copper lie New York lie
Lead 3JH New York J45 J45Mining u uMining 5410 5410Mining
Mining Notes NotesSilver NotesSihfI NotesSliver
Silver eased off to nc per ounce yes ¬
terday tenta tentaThe terdayThe
The 2ceat t assessment on Dexter wilt be L 10
delinquent tomorrow tomorrowBight tomorrowEIt tomorrowEight
Bight cars of 0 ore from TmMc were re reported re ri I Iported ¬
ported at the Taylor A Brunton sampler sampleryesterday mltJer ir iryisterda4
yesterday y yisterda4Nanager erdq erdqjanqer
Manager H S S Joseph went down 4101 to the th I0 1
Cartoa again mat night t to look after tbe tbeshipment lb lbshipment b bahlpment 1
shipment of several lots of ore from that thatIHroperly thatIOpery the Lt Ltproperty
property IOperySamuel propertySamuel
Samuel Newnouve Xewho has gone OR a brief bell tf r
trip to Denver where he h will meet Mrs 5
Newbouse and her mother and bring brie ig
them to this city
Joseph 1 Jo eph pb Obemdorfer ObE > lAdorter and Matt CuNen CuNenie ft i
ha hve ve gone ie to the coast on mining bus busit b bn busflees
n flees that t wttt keep them there until untilabout nut 8 8about I
about bout the first of the coming m month rnon4hJ nt1t
J C 4 Thompson on and nd David KvanV are aremaking aremaktnft at e emaking I
making preparations for a trip around arouti tel
the world They will 111 sail U from San S ii
Francisco Franf > 1sco about the end of the present presentmonth pr preset nt ntmonth It Itmonth
month monthManager monthaI1A
Manager aI1A William Hatfleld H < has returned returnedfrom returlrom ul 1
from rom a trip to the Albion at Alta Me Mesay HebpI l La Lasv e
say that a great deal of hauling is I now nowbeing nowbfin Ito w wbeing
being bfin done d oe in and out of the camp Mu 1u11 1u11or H Hore hore
ore or to finding findhl its way to market while whilelumber wblleItlmbfr whi Ic
lumber and all kinds of mine min supplies suppliesare 8UppJj 8UppJjare > Ica a
are being taken in Mr Ir Hatfleld say aa aathe Jo4 Jo4tbe 4
the camp will boom next year without a ado
doubt doubtAssistant do doibtAssistant bt btAs
Assistant As l tnt Seeretary tar Merriman of the theMajestic tbeMaJfIIttf 11 IC
Majestic company went Wf > nt down to Milford Xllfotdlilt llfIfou ICti ti
last lilt night to discharge the company 1OIIIpanS5foptlmbfr llfIfouS S
September payroll J The smeller > r did not notstart notatart it itstart 1
start yesterday t trda as Manager anaKt > r Kinnon was wasanxious waaanxloulII wi Is
anxious to see another carload of Swan Swansea SwanR Swatsea 1 ¬
sea R Rulnhtdvs in sight before he lit the thefires thefirH 0 0fires
fires It to expected that the first ore orewill O1ewill oi oiwili B
will be fed to the furnaces this morning morn mornunqer 1
Manager unqer Packard Pa rd of the th Star Consoli Consolidated 3 ¬
dated was in the market with three cars carsof eatSof Cal re reLii
of ore ur re yesterday Cfterda which hlch are reported rf > ported to tohav toA 1 1tutv o
hav A < averaged aVflag five > ounces gold per ton toaAn tonAn tot It ItAti x
An effort to locate him during the th after afternoon aftflrnJOn r rnoon ¬
noon proved futile but it was said by I ty y
those who professed > d to know kno that the theconsignment theOnalpJftfnt ti te teconsignment e
consignment < wetted over 8000 8000 The rich richcar nebOar rM h hear h
car promised will not be on the market marketfor Malketfor mark at atfor t
for several days da yet yetA tt ttA
A letter fr frm > m Peter Pet Porter who with witheastern with8stt gil gilcastern Lit U
eastern 8stt > rn talent is developing the Keystone Keystoneproperty KfY8toneproperty IC ICproperty e
property fiftyfive flttlv miles south of Beo Beowawa BeoYoaa flet n nwawa
wawa on the Southern Pacific In Ne Nevada NfRda N P ¬
viola Rda brings good news He says that thatthe thatth thl it Pit t
the th tunnel which he haH been driving drivinghu drlvln drlvln11Ol thlig ig < r
hu encountered ncounu > r the ledge where It bait baitfour basfour hi hiin Is B
four feet of fine tin ore carrying 1Ty1 values in tncopper inopper I
copper silver lver and lead The property has hasmost b brn01lt hi s
hic
most exnellent surface ur showings lllhowln for or sev several kVPrill se c ¬
eral thousand feet along the vein and andthe andthe at id j
the present tunnel has h made connections connectionswith OnnecUonllwith eonnectioiwith < s
with the th ore bodies bodi at a depth of f over ov tr trzo r rZo
Zo feet Mr r Porter wrote rot that he would wouldbegin wouldIxgill wou ld ldbegin
begin shipping right away awayW awayLir
W
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PRICES WENT UP UPIN UPIN
1IN IN WALL STREET STREETThose
4
Those T o e Who Sold SoldStocks StocksMonday StocksMondayBought StQ ks Monday P1mdayBought
Bought Them Back Backt BackSCARE
1 0 1SCARE
SCARE DID NOT LAST LONG LONGOXOSB lONGOLO
4
OXOSB OttO E WAS EHUVL FIRMAND AND NEAR NEARTHE NEARTED3TO
THE TED3TO TOP LEVEL LBVBL2few L VB VB1ew
S
2few ew York Oct M 30WaR Wall streets high highly bl5hJ1r ¬
ly colored Imagination as is the case al almest 1 1Jb
mest Jb mes Invariably took an extreme view jf atthe > f fthe
the harmful Jtan tul possibilities poII of Mondays MondayseventsIn MondyIn
easels eventsIn In Baltimore Finding this to be bethe 1MUte
the oaee ceo the operators who sold stocks tockaUt stockswith
with undue freedom on Monday bought bougntthen bougAttIIea boughtthem
then back today The decrease in the thevolume leYel theveSUme
volume Yel meof of dealings indicates that not ail ailof aUof altot
of the stocks sold on Monday were re reb roe roeht 10bearht
bearht b Mht ht today tod Prices moved easily up upward upwarl
ward mar however and retrieved the greater greaterpart grt r rpart
part of yesterdays losses e Whether there theretkm therewas
was niece cause for yesterdays a perturba perturbation
ties than was indicated by the tite sequel to tomay
day d may never be known but the acute acutenetiIII
ness of the fears felt yesterday was wasJTeatly
greatly dissipated dla lpated from the outset of the theIlNUkt
market and confidence crew steadily steadUytkrou steadilythroughout
throughout tkrou out the day
There was a small setback during the thefinal thetiDal
final hour but this was a apparently due dueto dueto
to nothing hOthln more than the normal proOf proiittakingr Jroltttaking
taking by room traders Invited by HO con considerable CODaJderable ¬
siderable an advance The market rallied ralliedagain ralliedreIat
again and closed CI08 d very e1 firm and but little littlebetow Jlttlebelow
below the best It was generally oerally under understood understood ¬
stood before the opening O K of the market marketthat marketthat
that concerted measures 8 had been taken takenat takenIlt
at Pittsburg to protect any weakness In latho Intill
till situation there thereIt thereIt
It was also known that heavy h aV trans transfers ¬
fers of currency currenc were being made madelhdttmore to toBaltimore 41 41Baltimore t
Baltimore to Insure protection vr8t tlon against againstprotection agatnstpro againstprotection
protection pro Uon against sudden demands upon upondeposits upOndepocdta
deposits there It became ame known immedi immediately iBmedlItttely ¬
ately in Wall Yall street also aJ o that all of the theBaltimore theBaltimore i
Baltimore institutions In UtuUoDK had opened their theirdoors
doors this morning and only slight evl
deuces den of fear were being N shown by the thedepositor he hetonc
depositor tonc Such as was shown was re reJMWteci
ported later as beIng In dissipated asd an
opinions were Quot quoteet even that the tkpcelverhlp r
cefvarenlp In Itt least one on of yesterdays I
instances I1t nee had been unduly precipitated precipitatedIt
It cannot be said that the character oi o oJI
todays JI buying carried carr ed very ery great at convic con1cU
tie U as to its It substantial quality as most mOlltor
oC it was attributed to professional profetl lonal op operatora PellUfHJ
eratora either for purposes e of covering coveringsAort
short accounts a lOunt or tor manipulating manipulatingprices r manipulatIngprices 8ttlPUlatingprlee
prices against the shopt l 1o interests Never Nevertheless Nfvfrtk NeverI ¬
tk theless the considerable lon le 61e advance Jn infailed Itpi4eittt I
priee failed to develop def any new pressure pressureto pr Aure Aureto t
to sell stocks and was as effective also in it I tI
Impressing the aborts sllor1sWlth with the desirabil
it Ity ef covering their short contracts contra destrabilI < ts in ineoNtoast Ineottt 4 I
eoNtoast with the recent air of confidence 4I I
of the bear party in selling Hllln the market marketon L
on 01 an occasional rally The lading among amol c
the bears rs was that the failures At Balti Baltinjor BaltlJ
njor had ad uncovered gtcover d the weak spots BaltIL in it itthe L
the situation a and the tb fact that t tOei cay iayi r
i brought no xtenelen of the trouble gave t
the im0remioi 4W Ieaslba that the worst of gavet the thestrain t
strain was Wt over which wo WQIIJd kl demonstrate demonstratesuttlcieiit moll trate theI I
Bfftdent Atrcnslh ia Inth the situation to towithftand te tewftJtnd
withftand any longerdemands lonserW ntnd = that mlgnt JRi nt
follow followTlterewas followlb4tre feHwT5ere
Tlterewas lb4tre wu little in the news of 0 the day 4s f
to affect prices Sugars special K lal strength IItren strentleae th thW
w W eae e due to the calling of the th extra fXtraconreI see seeslon1
most of congress cOngre with the th sole purpose > seeI ot otMcfeeifn 0 I
Mcfeeifn de tfftg the Cuban reciprocity measure DfaIlUTf measurecUiatfon
The speculation cUiatfon in Amalgamated > d Copper op r
r turned to sane extent on o the e expectation expectationof x
of a dWo5 dSoI10oaf lit5 lii I the BostOn Montana c
litigation don this week Montreal Montr > aJ Phiia Phiiaand Phftaslid
and London whose selling sellin has bat
the recent degression dewee lonwere were re reas reas yeport
port as buyers t tOW and this helped helpedrecovery helpedery 5
1hp recovery ery I La Lzinge SM sMngs n of grain IPAI
Tbt ort i made a nelrul nelr > rul factor Ctor and the tb tbi
i wr urrt at railroad earnings efr ertgs continued to ti tipeaks
I Make ke a good sJiowiftg 8howj showiMa
Ut a The bond market was w firm and nd a mod
stet investment Invea nent demand was reports reporteil i
TOtftl TOtalIeII F0tai sales par p r value val S2147GM S2147GMBond 2141 2141J 2147000Bond
J
0 Bond Quotations Quotationsrt Quotationsr
17 S reft r 2s Manhattan con conii ronrec conret
ret ii 10 1 101 < gold old te 1fP 1Oi eL
11 VS s 5 rM y t Zs Met Cen Cenup 4s M MT
OP up 12Jt 1 160 D0I8t Do j lat inc 11 I
T u L S JB Is re r rog WJiM 107j tL St L 4s M1 4
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Ateh gen 4s 69 4 No Pacific 4s1 4s1B 4 HI
Do 43 J 48 4 i Do 18
Atlantic C L 48 110 for W COD
B BO45 O te S9j Td 4 4M Kfe 4
De Hs s 93 6 o S L L 4s It P f1
C Cof of Oa va 11a fel If IIi1k 5Ps Pa p COnY 3 38 tin M i
D4 > Wt life ffi Reading gen 4 48 M
Cres O 4fcsMlfc 4s l01f St L A I M
CMV CkI Alt 3s 72 consol con 5s 5 1M 1Mfg
CG c Q n 48 p is 5t L i I 5 F fg
C M t1 r St P 4s 4 Sl SlKM i14 is
45 KM St StLSw1a641 L A Sw ls Ii > 14 4
O Nw consol Seaboard Air L L7s L
7s 131 1214 4 4Do 441
c C R I P R So Pacific ts tsoCi8 s he
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Do eel oCi8 5s n 71 Tex RI P 1st115 1st115C i late t fu 111
C a C C St L T St L 1 W Wg Wg
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Chi Ter 4s 73 Union Pac 4e MMi 1i 1icots le
Con Tob 4 4e M DO conv COD 4 4s M
Cole A So 4s 8 S < U S Steel 9 d
D DBG4a R G 4s M 9e 5 7 71 71rts 4
Krie Br rts nr Men 4s H1i 50 Wabash Waba h Ists l ist 111 t4
Do gen ep 4s 4 53 3 Do deb B 83
Ft W D C W L H 4s 4sst II ISat
st t v W Wls Cen 4s M MLoots It s4
Hook val 4 4sl 1 C F t eoo cony
Loots A Nash NashStock I 5 5thii45 i iftl
thii45 ftl
Stock Quotations QuotationsSi0 QuotationsSal
Si0 Sal Hirti Low Char 0
Atchison 1 5f Ht9rttrrred 53310 a M C4 M
Preferred 710 sm 88 SiB Si
B Tj 0 3WW 74 4 7 iI 74 14PdJferred
P PdJferred farred 4 411 SJ S74 4 87Can 87 IiCalt g gCazi
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C CegfNJ df N J 1GB 1GBChic 1
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C C 57 C 4 t St t L 101 1 ll4 71 71
Cob Soulheru 2M iZ 12 H14 12 12a 12C 2 14
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Del St Hud M G 366 Ii 15 15
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1st letpreerred preferred JtIO 01 30
M preferred too 41 4o 4i8 48Jt 45 I
Gt Nor pfd td 1 130 I
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Ills Central Centrala 460 In 130 30 316
Iowa > a Central Centralreferred l
referred 1teferrsdic az u
1C K C Southern SouthernPreferred a
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Louis A Nash NashManhattan lS 7550 O 10114 30 1 zoij
Manhattan L LMet L 21141 114 tIP 153 333 i 330
Met St Ry R 2ro 5 105 1t 1Ot 1
M 6 St L LMo 4 I I
Mo Pacific PacificM LMO IO 60 S8 30
M K T 660 17 51M7 l
Preferred 600 33 3f 30
Max Nat pfd M p
N > Y Central 3100 11il 11 114 1t 1tor 1
Nor 3or or < c West 2800 8I 74 6 57 1
Preferred PreferredOnt PreferredOut It
Ont West 810 3Y t0 11 i4 i
Peta Pennsylvania PenosylvaaiaP Sf1vanta 44000 1187 115 1ljt4 118 US
P PCCSLL C C A St L LReading II I
Reading Reading1st < 353fI 35m 46 46i4 u 41
3d 1st t Preferred = preferred r rBock UO 76 7 Ji is II
Rock Island lUro 4 24ai 3 24 1
Preferred Pre rftd 401 8 58 58 5 51 I
St StLSaUFd L L A San F 53 I
1st preferred o
2d preferred prt re d 45
St StISW L 4 S W 13 t i
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St Paul li74JO 1 1tt t 1 r4 1j7
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Preferred 3000 7 74t 1t 701 7
Tex A Pac PacT 1 1630 3 J 2i I e
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Preferred 100 54 5 5 21 t
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Preferred Prefrr 2110 t4 t1 541 11I
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Preferred Prtl rrd 200 oos 15 3tJ2 3
Adams Ada Express ExpressT ExpressAlflxpresS 220
AlflxpresS AlflxpresSS m fl 1
T 8 K ICxprcss ICxprcssWelIs4argu pre pnfnII B BWellsFargo O
WellsFargo 01 01k I
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Amal A mal Cop t1110 U 38 3f 11 96 ISA ISe
Amn A mn C 0 F 3430 Lta fc 13a Jjf aa
Preferred e 1700Amn u 1700 ii iiAmn 60 60A 60AmnUnOil
Amn A mnUnOil Lin Oil 100 9 9 Wt
Preferred PreferredAan J
Asm A min Locomo 4S50 14 1 12 114 J8 1
Preferred 110 4 IIIJi 60 J
Ann A Al JItD Sugar R 23JM 3 3Ana U51 115 D11A 111 115 115na
Ana l na Min Co CoBrook a aBr ISrook
Brook B BC rook Rap T 7 7P5 K 36 1 4 31 31Cola 33oloFI i
Cola BC C oloFI F 4 I 300 11 1 2Mfr 28 nc n IiHdeel
C H Hdeel OtNU 160 1W 16 1W 10 10Con
Con C CG on G Gq s 17414 174 BX 1731 173
O Qen ait n Stoctric 300 145 141 14 14lJIter 147 147ter
Inter In ter Paper 1MO W6 10 10 > n nPref8lrecl
Preferred PreferredInter II IIInter I
Inter In ter Pump PumpN PumpIt 1
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Nat N at Biscuit It iii 500 24 V ii S 33
Nat N NN atlead Lead LeadNorth 66 1JI4 11 1t 1
North N orth Alma PS 74 H e
PP Pacific P Mall 30 J8 J8Peoples mitt
Peoples P eoples Gas 91 91P 60 01
Pressed P resmdSOar S S Car I IpJPSPcfcr 556 32 30 31
Preferred J8 J8Pull
pJPSPcfcr Pull P PR ull Pal Car m ar 314 II 1 1R
PR Repub R epub Stell TO 8 S 8
Preferred 12W S7 I71A 5S r 17 17ubber 7 7Rubber
I Rubber R ubber 1 Goods 960 14 14 34
Preferred 41 41ofu I
Tenn T ofu C A I 1S8Q 3 9 30 21
U l S Leather 4W 7 1 7 7Prelerred 7Preferred
Preferred J4 34S
U S Steel 2 35600 eM 14 1414 33 12
Preferred Preferr 6M 60341 88 q
f West W est Union SsJO I sz 811Ar gi DI gl
Total sales le for the day cia dyM0 mm mmGRAIN llfiare llfiareGRAIN
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PKOVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSCblCo
Chicago Oct 30Easier cables cab and fa favorable fa favorable
vorable v weather for the movement as aswell aswell 5 5ell
well w ell as the situation in Wall Tan street were wereinfluences wereInfluences
influences I that caused cau ed wheat to open openbarely
barely ba rely steady Local traders were In IDcllned
c cllned ined to be rather cautious in their trad tradIns
i Ins ng early in the day and there was some somescattering omescatterln somecattering
s scattering scatterln s < liquidation but with reassur
Iir j ing ng news from Wall street on active buy
j ing In ir ig < by one or two big bull operators the themarket tbemarket thearket
x market m developed d eloped a stronger tone The ThebeIIt Theest
best b est support however came from the theconditions tbeOndIUona thendItions
conditions co in the th northwest t and nd the im improved Improed 4flroved ¬
proved p roved export business bu Jne Duluth reported
100000 1 bushels taken there for shipment shipmentand
and a nd report port from Minneapolis said that thatcountry
country c millers were buying wheat there
December D ecember was in active demand md and aa aovnced 0
vanc vnced v > d to 81 814 At this figure there was wasconsiderable wasconsiderable wasonsiderable
considerable c profittakine and the send sentision senUment
ment m erit during Ute latter pert of the 88 88slon 1
sion s ins was inclined to weakness e Decem ¬
ber h er closed 4t higher hl ber at 30 5054t6 MO Clear ClearanCf
i ancm a ncea IJ of wheat and flour were wt > re equal to tobg
778400 bushels Primary y receipts were
bg
1 3643010 W 0 bu bushels helf against 1787401 dt dtbu bushels bushelsa bu bua bushelsyear
a year yt > 8r ago Bradstreets adstreats worlds visible visibleshowed
showed s an increase for the week of 0 6 5
2 200000 000 bushels Minneapolis and Duluth Duluthreported Duluthroported Dulutheported
i reported r receipts of 747 cars which with withocal
local l lg receipts of KM ears none of contract contractgradf contractrade
j grad g rade < made total receipts for the three threepoints
j points p oints 851 cars against 1099 cars last Jutweek
week w eek and 1112 a a year ago
Corn om was easier fIUIl r at the tb start due to fa faorable
vorable v weather and nd lower Jo er cables but butn
i in n the absence ab e of any JUt n special selling UIBiL pre presure preaure ¬
i sure s ure a firmer feeling CeellJt was as manifested
J December D ecember ranged from 49 to 44 44A and andcloaed
closed c < a shade higher at 43 3 Local re
ceipts c < were 435 cars crll with twentysix t ty1x 01 fllcontraCt
contract < c grade gradeTrading
Trading in oats was only moderate and andTice andn
i Tice n Y tees > fluctuated within a narrow range
There was buying by some Om of f the cereal cerealeoljle < reI reIeO
people p eO le while the selling selUnN was w a scattered scatteredlower eatt red
Country offerings were light PRt and receipts receiptswere receiptswere
were som somewhat what smaller man r After selling be
1 tween t ween 35 and 3Ii r December cJo 4
1 lower l owet at 35 Local receipts were 280 cars ear
In spite ef lower Jow prices for hogs at the
yards y ards the provision = market ruled firm firmue
due d > ue mainly to a fair support from pack packers packf1B ¬
ers f1B e < ra althourh shorts were also 1o a shade
higher h January pork and lard each
closed eJ08 c 12 11i higher at t tl87 n8lIIt and an 682 re re ¬
J spectively 3 while ribs were up Me at atE atEstimated
< 27
27Estimated Estimated E tlmatecl receipts for tomorrow
Wheat 85 cars corn eorn 285 cars oats 18 130
cars hogs ho 22069 6t head headThe beadThe
The leading leadh1 futures ranged rangeJ rangeJas as follows followsWheat 10110 10110WheatNo
Wheat WheatNo WheatNoi No 2 2Open 2I
i Open OpenCorn I Rich t Low I C CDec Ciii
Dec il 6 111 rGi ia
7S t tCornNo
Corn CornNo CornNoOMnTHlihrI No 2 2Ooenl
I Ooenl OoenlOct
OMnTHlihrI WrCfo e eOct
Oct Oet43 43 1 43 14 143
Dec 43WM oM L 43 43
L3 L3ThatNo I
=
May 142 TlMt I ft 141 4lf 2 JOat 48 48I i
ThatNo Oat Jfo JfoI 2
I O I HId 1111k I Low f to ei
Dec Oct = 135 131 = T 11 i 33
11 P P rbirrel rbirrelOpen
I Open I Hif Wb h hOct I Low I Close ClCNeOct
Oct 1089 I 108 10 1010 MW ue I 1969
Jan 1171 11 1190 1172 1172 Ilt9f 11M
May Ma I 11S5 11 12M 1196 1197 1197Lard U141i U141iL
Lard L LardPer r P Per M MG Ibs IbsI fb fbrOp
rOp I Open ftI High Hl rr Low LowOct Lo w Close eOct
Oct I C90 IIOII s30ic4e I 49 30 1
Dee 1 6 430 t 543 43 SM 641 642
Jan C40 14 IJ I 6 630 II 560 I 153
Mar M I 66 I C 6 6I C50 C50Short 50 50Siinrt
Siinrt Short ribs rl1i = Per Per1Mlb Per1MlbI IWlbs IWlbsI
I Open t High I 1L0W1 Low J dose doseOct CloeeOct closeOct
Oct 1 800 j I I S lJni 217 T 89 iW 5 I 8 Smi
Jan I I 815 I 6M 1 C1 116 116ay j t I
May > ay I 835 Ji I C 415 49 j I 35 sa 37 37Cash 374t 374tCaah
Cash quotations were as follows
Flour JltourSteady Steady
Wheat WbeatNo No 3 3 11 0182 tte j No 2 red Sl0 Sl0Oats 81 814No O
I
No 2 43 43 Nez No 2 yellow 14 + + t
Oats OatsNo No 2 34 No 3 white 33 33607
Barley BarleYFaIr Fair to choice malting 454
Flex Seed SeedNo No 1 94 No NO1 1 northwest ¬
ern 102 102Timothy 10 102Timothy
Timothy Seed SeedPrime Prime 309
Mess Mt Park P PtwItPer > rkPer Per barrel 11 1l001ll3 110 U13 1113
Lard LaldPer Per 109 pounds 1130145 350 45
Short RibaSMes RlbSICI loose 750775 75 7504775I 7504775Dry J 5
Shoulders ShouldersDry Dry salted tecl boxed 612 012SidesShort 12
8J3 8J3Sides 815Side8Short I Sides Side8Short Short clear boxed 723 7 7254775 775 iS
Whhdcy WhIskyBasis kyBast Basis of high wines 125 U
Clover CloverContraet Contract grade de 10S991065 10S991065I 10S04ioI
I Rec I Ship ShipLIVESTOCK Ship30400
IPi urb rr1s 30400 6 OOO
Wheat bushels 1 l 1079001 7IOO 74011
Corn bushels 175100 10400
Oats bushels 464 4440001143200 Doi 14200
Ryei Rye bushels 7600 tl00 21
Bar thy Y bushels 114 114500 OO 21800 21800LIVESTOCK 24800LIVESK
LIVESTOCK MARKETS MARKETSChicago MARKETSChicago
Chicago Oct 29 CatUeRfcelpts Cattle Receipts 17 itnatives
209 natives 1500 Texans Calves 2700 2700natives 2700natives OO OOnaUvC
natives 300 Texans Best steers steady att stead > ad
to tohigher higher western t rn grassers rA I8trtI strong slron < quar quarantine qURranUne ¬
antine slow and weak stockers and feed feeder feedel1l feedelS ¬
el1l er steady to strong stron Choice olce export and
dressed d beef t steers 4506530 UOtJ m fair to t good goodwestern ood
4ro lItocke stockers and nd feeders 1 1504400 1504400weetetn 00 00weetern
western ted steers tee 250460 Texas and
Indian steers at 200CH40 UO Texas caws 150
OI 0CS9 native cows l90fi400 1 4oe native belt heifers hflftft beltmns ¬
ers tft 2000390 canners cnner 109 1 1054240 240 40 bulls 175
028 calves cav 2JO 2504025 2504025HogsReceipts 2i 2iHogs 2HopReceipts
Hogs HopReceipts Receipts 10000 Market lOc low lower lowar ow owfI ¬
er Top 536 bulk of sales ah 5006520
heavy 4S505 mixed packers 5 5004530 00 5 52
light 505G6J5 35 yorkers S30O535 pigs pIgsSheepReceipts
4 59520 59520Sheep
4SheepRCelpta Sheep SheepRCelpta Receipts 100 009 Market steady to
lOc ec lower Native lambs U5e IJ55JO 90 west western weatem westera ¬
era lambs 2898810 fed ewes 230375
Texas clipped clI ped yearlings yearli yearliclipped year I 290400 Texas TexasCockers Texaseltpped Texasclipped
clipped sheep B I 2 2feeders 3454575 45 Cockers and andTexas
feeders 209 Z 2064350 2064350Kansas 550 550Kansas 50 50Kana
Kansas City Oct 20Cattle 25CattleReeelpts Receipts Retffptlw
21M9 Including I 3000 Texans a Steady d dand to
Me lower w N Native ati ve steers 4 400454 0 540 Tex Texas rexas e ¬
as and Indian steers 3006135 3CIO Texas Texascows TexasCOW8 Texascows
cows 1M92M 1z native ecu and nd heifers
129O410 stockers and feeders 230400
bulls bul 2 2Ji4ntM e2J calves clves 3900C25 western westernr westernrisers
leers rteent r 300trt26 3 western cows COW1l 2906290 2
Hoga HOIkoReCelpte Receipts 8000 Market weak to
5c lower Dune of HAles 51 5104510 a heavy
GJI 18 n clters ckers 51565 5154525 medlum 521 20
9530 light ht 526350 5 O yorkers 525 5 5254530 5254530pigs 530 530pigs 30
pigs iU1 iU1Sh 51a45Thi latr 7 7Sheep
Sheep Sh SheepReceipts Receipts 1 tK i 030 Market steady
Muttons S9tN3K = 116 > lambs 290s25 range rangeweth raneeWftb rangewethgrs
weth wethgrs ra 8MJBL26 Z 21043 ewes 225e345 225e345South 3334345South 25f 3GSouth
South Omaha Oct cattleRe 20CatttleRecatpts cattleReCfItpta Cattle Re Receipts ¬
ceipts 5W9 5 Market M best steady others otherslower othersloer otherslower
lower Native Nath steers 3754aO 3 7 O SO cows and andheifers andhelfen andheifers
heifers 300CM2S western steers tee s15 S 3154440 44 4w
Texas steers 275 1J503 3 flO cows and heifers
223 3Z5 2 325 canners 1 Ct2Z5 150 225 stockers and andfeeders andfeede andfeeders
feeders feede 250fH09 2i calves Cflv 300 oovs2 525 bOIls bultestags btt bOIlsstags I 1tJ 1tJbupl
stags etc ttc 1753Z7S 1753Z7SHogs 115 17S3TsHogeReoe4pts 7i 7iHOpReceI
Hogs HOpReceI HogeReoe4pts Reeeipta 3500 Market 5 MIMe MIMelower < eiOclower lOe lOelower
lower HeaWTiM9fi15 Beta Xiesvl i 5054515 1 mixed 500W506 500W506light 5 5004501light Oft5ollabt
light S20O6M 5 pigs 4759610 of j 10 bulk of ofSheep ofsales ofsalesS1015
sales salesS1015 L Ii IiSh
Sheep Sh Receipts 3509 Westerns 2490 z 24
415 wethers 3309360 ewe pw 2759325 2759325common 275035common 2754325common
common and stoekers 2009250 OQO O lambs
100900 100900Denver 4 4004500Denver 80 801f
I
Denver 1f nver Oct 20 ZOCattl 20CattleRecelpts Cattle Receipts 409 409cows 400Higher 4410Higher
Higher atron strong < Bed steers 1i83 L5043cows 6 6ows
cows 200300 stockers stocke and feeders 250 260H 2503iiO
3iiO bulls stags etC 11OOJI 11OOJIH 1504325HogsReceipts
H HogsReceipts K g Receipts 399 Shade lower lowerLight lowerLight
Light packers kere 5199520 511f5 nl mixed ed 5159525 5159525heavy IUOSvr 5154525beevy
heavy vr 5159530 5159530Sheep 51505SbeepRCelpttl 5154530SheepRoceipta
Sheep SbeepRCelpttl Receipts 9400 Steady Good Goodfat GOOd1at Goodfat
fat muttons 250W550 lambs 37595 3 3754640 3754640Mll r rMlM IX IXNew
MlM Mll uqt IIKrktNew r
New X fW York nrk Oct t 30i T Tr1WiM was 05 tinchan nnehanS2 nnehanS2In ntifiilil st stIn
In London aOl closing at 1 iiis 115 7 v 8d ide and J
01
= 0 z
fctures at t LUS 116 More was offered in
New York Y orlt however and 41 prices were
10 tower spot betas quiet utet at atCopper S99a6OT
Copper declined Is 3d fin London to eM 54 i
Ms and 54 5s for spot and futures re respectively ¬
spectively Locally copper continues continuesquiet continuesquiet continuesquiet
quiet Lake i 18 quoted at t 139091312 139091312eleetrojrjrtlc U4IOO1311teleetrq1JUc 1L604132eIectrcytlc I
eleetrojrjrtlc at laoo and casting at 12 au 2
Lead was steady stead and unchanged at
460 in the New York market though it itadvanced itadvaJIOed itsdvsntsid
advanced is 1 3d to 11 Is 3d 3d in London LondonSpeIter Londonpeller
Spelter S closed unchanged at t 20 7s 7 7In Id IdLodon d
In London but advanced here closing closingsteady closingady
st steady stead ste ady at C12 C12Iron 012ron 2
Iron I ron closed at 50s in Olasfow and Dd at at4k IttGII at3d
4k 3d In Mlddlesborough Locally iron ironwas OI1qalet Irons
w was wa s qalet No 1 foundry northern aonhernquoted hi hiquoted Isoted
QI quoted qu oted at 160091 16G8OH5t i 50 No 2 foundry north norttern northera northa
ern era er a 15099MOO No 1 foundry southern southernand lIOutbenau southernNo
1559 and u No 1 foundry to southern soft 1OOQ l5tIIOOoff 35604coffos
Co Ooff coffos t e and Sugar SegarNew SuprNew Sugarew
New N ew York Oct Coffeellpot Coffeea ot KM KMsteady ltIosteady MIssedy
steady at sedy No 7 invoice i 13M mild UeI firm fInDCordoft firmrdova
Cordova Co rdova 7912 The market far coffee coffeetutures coffeet coffeeturm
tutures t b tures opened steady with July J un unchanged wacha Unanged ¬
changed cha ch anged but an other options I points pointslower pointswer 1Ita 1Itaewer
lower le wer under realising but almost Imtne i Imeately rae
lately di ately steadied up and ruled generally
active ac tive on an increased demand from out outside outaide oute ¬
side sid e sources which w lch was encouraged by bysmaller byaller
smaller sm aller primary receipts and later by a arecovery areoofWJ a acovery
recovery re in Havre The Tb market closed closedsteady closedsteady dosedeady
steady st eady B to 19 points higher Bales were wereB600 weNbap
41 B600 51 bags IncledIng November N r K40B 5 55Ie
619 11 0 December 5159630 Jan January 525W
536 February 636 March i4O 40 655 Si May MayJuly
fc t39 6999670 July 57MJ80 80 September i809 i809Sugar 5504SugarRaw 1SOfI 1SOfISUIfrRaw
Sugar SUIfrRaw Raw quiet refined quiet quietWool quietWool quietWool
Wool Market MarkatBoston Mark MarkBoRon MarketBoats
Boston Oct 33 aThe The trading In the thewooJ thew thea
wooJ w wo a market this week while not heavy heavyhas heayba heavys
has ha s been well distributed There is an anetire antire n nestIre
en enpr etire tire lack of speculative lat1Ye feeling and andprices a1Jdprices andices
prices pr ices are strong Fine wools woo have sold soldfreely aoldfreely soldely
freely fre ely and staple eta Je wool have bay been in inImproved InIIDJnOved Inproved
Im Improved proved demand Quotations QuotationsTerritory QuotatlonaTerrJtoryIdabo QuotationsTerritoryIdaho
Territory TerrJtoryIdabo Idaho tIDe 14915 1 fIDe me medium medium meim ¬
dh dium im 16917 medium DOlt Wyoming Wyomingfine W olldll olldllf1IeJ
3 fine f1IeJ fin e 14905 fine medium 1697 medium mediumfme me luml
jj l 1Mtl I9 tt tZta1 and Nevada fine ueH ueHtln4J 1541e
a fme fin e medium17917 medium 1l01 medium 19929 19929Montana 1 1Montana 136030Montana
Montana fine choice IMJtt 1I fine me medium HMdtnm meum ¬
d dium di um choice 19929 staple IltapJeclIolce 394J31 medium mediumchoice mediumoice
ri choice ch oice 39921Money 39921 30421Money
clIolceKoney
Money Silver Sil and FinanceNew Finance Fb PlumnceNew nce nceNew
New York Oct SO GCIoee Close Money on oncall Oftcall
call cj ca ll easier at 192 1 per cent dosing Ml blioffered
1 offered at t 2 L 2 Time money easier easiersixty eukrsixty easlarxty
sixty gf si xty days ninety ninetL days and six months4d5 months monthsItl
4d5 4 2 Itl per cent Prime mercantile dle paper IaIJerifPJ
5951 54 = 5 per cent centbusiness centStfrUnc centSterling
Sterling exchange steadY with actual adualbuelDet8 actualsiness
business bu siness in bankers bills bll at 4fc5t UiIie 9
485W 4 43 560 for demand and at 4 466254430 225fHJK lorsixty fur furxty l ltxty
sixty si xty days Posted rates 4094 4094Commercial 4 4I 4154150 4154150otnxneretal
v Commercial C I bills bU 4J8L 4J8LBar 412Bar a aBar
Bar silver lver 61 61Xesdcan 61xexi 11Nexickn
Xesdcan dollar dollar 49 49Government 41 41Government 44Government
Government bonds steady steadynds railroad railroadbonds raJUoaCilbolMls
bonds bo nds firm
tlrmJ3utter
Butter and Eggs BggsNew EggsNet g gNew
New York Oct 39 ILButtel Butter Jta s
7811 78 111 11 packages firm Creajmarr Creajmarrstate C Ctate Creami41gate
state st ate dairy 16919 16919Esge 1tfJ1JE 35416EggsReceipts
Esge EggsReceipts Receipts R pta 9944 I packages paeka firm firmwestern firmwe firmestern
western we w tern 17925 17925Chicago 1 1Chlcqo 17425Chicago
Chicago Oct 10 39 O UM produce M94acochaJJ8e ex exchange onange ¬
c change ch ange today toda the butter market was waasteady wPsteady waseady
a steady st eady Creameries K9 dairies 14 U91R 144J1L
91R 91RChcese 4 16 16CheeseEasier
Chcese CheeseEasier eEluJJer Easier 10911gs 10911 30411Steady
4 gs Steady at mark cases included inchadedTreasury includedTreasury
1
Treasury StatementWashington StatementWashlagtOlt Statement StatemerttWashington
Washington Oct M J8Tothi 30Todays Todays s treasury treasurystatement treryIltatIIt4Jnt tresUrYatement
statement st shows Available cash balance balajice2364H2M ba baZII4iZS
2364H2M 6 gold oId 1IZJM3Iit 1IZJM3IitPacific M3 141A043514Pacific < 943879 943879Pacific
Pacific Co Coast et Grain GrainSan GrainSaD GrainSan
San Francisco Frap Oct O t 20 20WhleatSteedl 20WhleatSteedlcember wKeatst wKeatstDecember Wheat Steady SteadyDecember
December De cember 140 L4O bid bidBarley bidBarJeyEa bidBarleyEasier
Barley BarJeyEa Easier December 112 112Ttah 1 112lJth
11 11Utah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonSpecial BostonSpedal BostonSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraJdBosto1 HeraidBoston
Boston Mas 34a > Oct 21Copper 24 Copper stocks stocksare Moeaare stocksre
are a re strong stro with a crowing < demand for forBoston forotoA foroston
Boston B oston Consolidated
ConsolidatedClo Closing tng
Sales High Low Bid Ask AskAmale ABkAJINLIg Askrnalg
Amale A AB rnalg MM 111 W i 138 P 38 3g 338 338Bfngham 38Blngum 3S 3Slngham
AD AM Bfngham B 150 21 21 21 1nJy 22 22DalyW 22ahyW
DalyW nJy D W 110 39 38 11 38 381J1a 39 39Mercur 9ercur 39ereur
Mercur M ercur 1 2974 1 1 1 1 1United 1United 314 314nittd
United U UU nittd S 7 1006 144 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17Utah 10 iTtah J JUtah
Utah U tah 2 ZID s 25 2 25 26 26Boston 26eaten
Boston B eaten C 160 5 i 5 51A 5 Sh Sht ShNodes z zXottoe
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Nodes XottoeTo NodesTo IfotioeTo
To the Stockholders California ML MLM JtLM hI hICompany
M M Company CompanyThere CompanyThere CompanyThere
There is a proposiUoA propo ttIM pending to ob obviate oblate ohiato ¬
viate v late any further assessments that is isof isof iif
of o f interest to every stockholder ip the theCalifornia theCantornle thealifornia
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California c mine and the management managementdesiring managementcleeIring managementesiring
desiring d to have the same sanctioned sanctionedby sanctionedy
by b y every stockholder requests them themeither themeither theisither
either e to call In person or communicate communicateby
by b y letter at once with the secretary of ofthe otthe ole
the th e company at room No I2S 13 Keith KeithOBrien KelthOBrien KeithBrien
OBrien O Brien building Salt Lake City Utah Utahwhen Utahwhen Utahhen
when w hen all matters will be explained explainedfully explainedfully explainedully
fully f
BEN HUR HIJREXCURSION HIJREXCURSIONpecial EXCURSION EXCURSIONSpecial EXCURSIONSpecial
Special S Train to Salt Lake LakeCity City Oct
26 1903 1903Via 1903VIa 1903Via
Via San Pedro Log Angeles Salt SaltLake SaltLake Saltake
Lake L ake railroad from Payson PaY n and in intermediate inerinedlte ¬
termediate t points Rates Payson
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