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6 THE SALT LAKE HERAIiD SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1904
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TIILMINES AND MINING STOCKSFINANCIAL i L 9ir AND COMMERCIALJ1
USUAL USUAL117000 USUAL117000FROMDALYWEST 117000 117000FROM
FROMDALYWEST FROMDALYWESTDividefld FROM DALYWEST DALYWESTDividend
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Dividend in in That Amount Was WasPosted WasPosted
Posted Yestenday YestendayBOOKS
4 4BOGK
BOOKS CLOSE IN BOSTON BOSTONKEKVTSE BOSTONUVBB
KEKVTSE KOfG G 002T OO WATER PROB PROBiaM PROBLt
I iaM SOIAfiED SOIAfiEDNucwithstandin
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Nucwithstandin the tb abaenee of Pree Preeident Pr PrIdtnt
I ident Bamberyer r Tlce President WoodTreasurer Wood WoodTreasurer
Treasurer MoCemick and other morn membra mornbers ¬
bra of the board of directors of the theDalyWest theI theDaIyWes
DalyWest Mining company the Usual ocnalUvidend Usualdividend
dividend of 65c c a share or U76t was wasposted wasposted
posted yesterdar Tnmsfer books wifl wiflremain wlflreniain
I
remain optn an this end of the line lineuntil lineuntil
until the 10th but in Boston they will willclose wiltdoe
close two days earlier this time in or ¬
der that the list of shareholders may
b be made up in time for the annual annualwee annual3neting
wee 3neting ting in Denver envr on the lath The Thedlridend TheI
dlridend will be paid on the 15th and andthe
the booka will reopen on the day fol 01 ¬
lowing lowingAssistant lowingAsMstant
I Assistant General Manager Ernest ErnestBajBberger ErnestBamberger
BajBberger is now busily engaged in
bringing the reports up to date and get getting t tting ¬
ting them ID iz shape for submission at atthe t tthe
the meeting No advance information informationon
on their contents is obtainable but butthose buttbe
those in a position to know declare that thatfine thata
a fine exhibit at o the company1 finan financial Ilnanci1 ¬
cial condition and the physical < coiU coiUtoi x > ndi ndiw
toi w of the property will be made to the theckholders
stockholders stockholdersIt ckholders ckholdersIt
It is understood that President Bam
berger and Treasurer McCornick wlH
leave the east In time to be in attend attendance attendance ¬
ance at the meeting meetin mt the close of ofwiidi ofwIek
wiidi they wW continue on to this thiscity thiscity
city cityWATEBi
WATEBi ATgR PBOBTrfUff PBOBL MASTERED MASTEREDShtpt ASPBBKD8itpt
Shtpt Keet3 XeeUy y of Silver King Con ConEeady ConBeady
Beady POP Any Emergency EmergencyJ
J H Keetley superintendent of the Sil Silver Silv ¬
ver v King Consolidated at Park City was wasin wsth
in the city yesterday on company busi busines
nes He reports that for the moment momentbaa momentsinking
sinking baa been discontinued in the theshaft theshaft
shaft which has now attained a depth of
736 7 feet Fourtacit covered steam eel columns eeliimns ¬
umns and sixinch pipe lines leading down downto
to the big pumps on the 700 level are now nowbeing nowbeing
being installed to replace the temporary temporaryuntil
until smaller lines that were made to do doservice doervke
service pending the permanent equiprant equiprantof
of the 740 station The work is now about aixiutrompleted aboutom1eted
rompleted and within two or three days
he will begin sinking again with the in intention intestion ¬
tention of making the SCOfoot mark by
the end nd of the MonthWe Month nonUtWe
We have now got the water under per ¬
feet control said Mr Keetley though g
I tHI you we have had a time of H on onmore
i more than one occasion With the bte btepumps bI bIpumps
pumps on the 76 i level connected up with withtbe
the large steam and water columns we weare weare
are in a position to take care of almost almostany almost1ny
any amount of water watermore more I feel quite quiter quitertffln
r rtain than will ver be developed in the theoro thenrorertybut
oro nrorertybut pert y but I dit 4kb not feel safe to con continue cont1nuf ¬
tinue sinking until 1 had the proposition propositionequipped propositioneQuttp4
equipped for any emergency I have havetaken haretaken
taken extra precautions because the theshowing theshowing
showing in the bottom of the shaft at the thepresent therosPnr
present time is a most interesting one <
Haul T gone sold cut a ledge Itugebeen and then thenbeen
been drowned out I should never have havefonriven haraforgven
fonriven myself As ft is I I can go ahead aheadfpelinsr headfoelin
fpelinsr foelin confident that should the unex unexi unecpected
i ected happen and a large fl flew < v r of water waterfoe waterhe
foe encountered I can handle it without withouttrouble withouttrouble
trouble and at less expense than it has hasbeen hasbeen
been to keep the small station pumps and andsinkers andinker
sinkers inker running at a high tension tensionFrom tensionFrnm
From now on the hi big pumps on the 7W 7Wwit 7Owill
wit lift the water to the fine pumps on onI i ithe
the I h Wrt while the smaller pumps on the the7dO theoo
7dO oo and 300 levels will be relieved of duty dutyaltouether dutyaltog
altouether altog ther The change will wilIcut cut off the thepx thePDeflt
PDeflt px ense of employing three pump men menand menind
and materially reduce the consumption of ofcoai ofcoti
coai coaiSnoerintendent
cotiaioerintndent Snoerintendent Keetley also said that thatho thathe
ho was wa now lighting the different stations stationswith staUonwith
with < cctricity and he intends to use useshe useIhe
she same am kind of light in the bottom of oftbe ofthe
the shaft while sinking is I going on To Todo Todo
do that be will Install a reel on the 7 7and 700 700and
and from there lower the lights into the thebottom theott
bottom ott m The wires will all ne made ab absohitfly abolntch
sohitfly olntch water proof the lamps will be benelosed benelosed
nelosed In wire masks and when the themen thernit
men in the bottom get ready to blast the thelights thelights
lights will be reeled up out of harms harmswar harmswar
war With the dripping water in the thehft thehat
hat it has been found almost Impossible Impossibleto
to provide torch or candle lights that thatwero thatwere
were not infreaoently being snuffed out outTo outTo
To keen them burning took up much of ofthe ofthe
the time of the men bat the new ncheme nchemeMr chnieMr
Mr Kctttley believes will work all right rightOIiDT rightIEADABxEMBoLDT
IEADABxEMBoLDT OIiDT DOINGS 1DOINGSTusnel DOINGSTImnel
Tusnel Being Driven Por Ledge X Xl Is IsNarth1
l Narth1 aring > a Connection ConnectionA
A Vttvr from C T > Morrison who 1
looltinir after the interests of the Ne NevadaHurrboldt NevadaHurrboLdt
vadaHurrboldt company orgsnizeti r rfew a aIw
few months ago to develop a fine prop property property ¬
erty in he ne vicinity of the be Shbba com companys cQn3anys ¬
panys holding in Humboidt county
brings most encouraging news Mr Mor Morrison Morrtaen ¬
rison rej rejOrts ort that while work has been beenprogressing beenpregresaing
progressing in very hard lime rock during dutIn dutInhe
the he past month th txmntl is IS now in inveieighty Inov
ov veieighty eighty feet and that the th appear appearurce appearof
urce of stringer of quoitz qu ta his made
he r und e eMler ier to drive through while whileit
it indicates to him the near approach approachof
of the ledge for which the he tunnel is
fating run runUp runtip
Up the hill from the mouth of the ton tunnel tonnd ¬
nel nd to the outcrop of the th vein Mr Mor Morrison ¬
rison finds is by measurement 2dO oo feet
The pitch in i inch oeh that he calculates the thevein theveln
vein will be tapped by running 138 1 feet feetat feetat
at a vertical depth of M9 feet allow allowng ¬
ing ng of course that the vein has a straight
< Hp into the earth Frcm the prospect prospectwork proapeetwork
work on the surface however it appears appearsthat appearsthat
that the t1 vein In should dip toward the thenioith I Inioiith
nioiith of the tunneL In ly the event that thatuch thatsuti i
suti uch proves to be the case connection connectionnhouid
nhouid be made before the distance distanceaed distanceaied
aed li Ls been run In other word wordthere wordsthere
there i s every probability that a ftrlk ftrlkwill strtkwill
will be recorded in the property during
the nresent month
As soon as the vein has been tapped tapps tappsdrifting
drifting in it will be pushed ahead as asrapidly asrapidly
rapidly a as possible The crmnif will be
directly Into the mountain and depth deptawin depthwifi
win be gained very erv rapidly What value valuewill valuesWill
will appear nt the point of contact is isof Isof
of course problematical but according to tosurface tosurface
surface assays md x d ore should be ea ealoanterM encotznter1
loanterM and thn tn values should brew brewThe browbetter
better as drifting in the ledge progresses
The NevadaHumboldt Ik i counte1 upon tn tnmaite tomaiie
maite ft stir in the camp during the theyear theyear
year
SHEPJOESTS FROM AiTA AiTATl 6LTATue
Tue Tl Big Storm Will Break Into Bee Becord Beeoyg
ord Being Maie by Continental Go GoFrom CoFrom
From Jan 90 to Feb 4 Inclusive Inclusivethough inclusIvethough
though nothing wa was done on Sunday the thet theteams
teams t m nauHna ore Liem rom tbe Contmental ContmentalAlta
Alta tlt compory mines in the Little Cot Coti Cotlonwood
lonwood i on wood district delivered at Sandy a alittle
little more than JSO O tons of f ere AS s there therewere therewere
were only five touting days tte tl amount amountwa amountwas
wa In t tm cx ot thirty tens per day dayan
an m aveige that t Kanager anager Crowther was wasxpectlng wasxpectlng
> xpectlng to keep up upstorm up1hursd
1hursd sy nigkt however a big snow snowstorm
storm hit the camp and yesterday broke trokJ
J in this vaUvy vU and the probabilities probabilitiesre
re r thai the splendid sleighing n reals ads are arenow areflow
now so onrested with the beautiful that thatteaming thatteaming
teaming will have to be discontinued discontinuedThis
This is usually the worst month ol the theJarly tieyea
yea r fr snow In the msietins terttcu terttcularly
Jarly in the range sne surrounding Alta and atdit
it i Ir dcnbtfUl ffl if ifseamsters teamsters win brave < > the thelanperp tueIanger
lanperp cf alidcK that are m mt > st a at > t to iifollow
follow the storms stormsExPBRTsii
ExPBRTsii IBON FTBLDS FTBLDSBelieved FIBLDBIiev
BIiev Believed te X isitiig Hunting Evidence in inait inSuit
Suit ait at f C 7 I Co vs Walkers WalkersWord WalkersYord
Word came up from C itlar ar City Ity yster ysterday vstcr j
day that Of 0 M L Litid > i < Jd manager ofth of th iron ironpror ironproperties
properties pror ertie belonging tu t Jjit C Cbrade lc rud Fuel heelompeny
Iron company had bees in camp since sinceSaT sinceSairda
SaT Sairda irdiv last wlfh ftb a tfuOtber of experts expertsvt
wF vt tT er + evidently making a most com comir cornPr
Pr ir vi T jv tidv dv of r th t Iron mines mne of ofrxiio oftkL
tkL rxiio It t ra Stated that tlu prop propt ¬
t
erties owned 4 by > y tb the Walker Bros had
been receiving particular attention even
tp t the th extent of hunting on up the th boundary
lines of the th claims It It 10 believed at
Cedar City ity that the expert are C P 1 1n Imen
n men en but no Intimation of jhe UIeof purposes purposesof
of their visit isit ig allowed to escape tkem tkemla
When Questioned regarding the atter
la last t evening J Jnothing 1 It WaU er dais be knew knewnothing
nothing at a on the sofeteet otherthan
that he bad also heacd that aparty a party w was s
down there He presumed that they were wereon wereon
on the ground looking sp p avftene 4a the thesuit thesuit
suit which is pending bgOMB the Walk Walkers Waliera ¬
ers and the Colorado Fffl E Iron com ¬
pany over titles to seine of the preper
ties
tiesThe
The suit in question iV58 to hav bOyS bees
tried some tii tiicowpany time ago bt tls CIISMI CIISMICoinpan
cowpany secured a po peItpes00aest tp ii meiit It II In Involyes involves
volves volyes the validity of KNge plaor lec lca
lions made by the Wsll Walkers s years ago
When it wiH be settled it ft hard to say sayTOKENS sayTOKBNS
TOKENS OF E5333BM E5333BMSupt BSTBMSupt
Supt Keith of BamhergerIte I Laar Laaranes a ar arMines
Mines Well Though of at Cam CamThe CamV
The nine and mill boys chipped ia and andpurchased andpurchaid
purchased an elegant silver act setmark as a amark
mark of esteem for General g tsper1iend tsper1iendout p riajtend riajtendent
out Keith of the Baih lisnberrerD ferBaLamar ferBaLamarmines Leniar Leniarmines
mines says yesterday Larte fae Pies ppaI Piesentation
I entatioa was made S SIiua Q a cSzaX evMQ Ike Ikeoffice
office A large number or weeea we employ employera
era and other citizens of ate town were werl werelPrsPnt
l lPrsPnt lPrsPntArthur r wnt wntArthur
Arthur R Parsons mIUIDsemitfl mUt MMMU waOa
I the presentation in a nea uefiC1ItttIe ttttl jjjweofe jjjweofeand
and to say that Mr Kattji E4t E4tand twama urBrif r1 r1and
and overwhelmed would be nattwslI nattwslImildly pffltinr if ifmildly
mildly But there was i p 4 q0m
President Bambergsr h hpresent ha4 5J15th01 5J15th01Present
present in the shape of otrni eisnt omt omtof
of imported china chinaThe
The cause of the 4emr de u0100151111 Wis
the fact that Mr Keith t tposition ias 4 esptpd a aposition
position with the noted axparf xperf J Bags
Hammond and as soon n a aare arrngaests arrngaestsare
are completed will sever severwia ble esnsCt1p
wia the Bambecperp LeSiftr gnTIr coj coluNny
The mcaentation showa ow that Mr TCeHh
has succeeded wher many men all in inwinning inWinning
winning the esteem of the working men menand menand
and still retaining the tb good will of U te teowners > e eowners
owners Everyone will regret his lefty ¬
lag but their best wishes wUl Il1 go with
him in his new field f flbor flborADDS labor laborADDS
ADDS ANOTHER SHIPPER SHIPPERHew SHIPPEBNew
Hew York Bonanza Preparing to toMarket tofifarket
Market Its Pirst Lot of Ore OrePark OzePark
Park City Feb 5 5T1 Tha additian of the theNew theNew
New York Bonanza to toe list of Parks Parksshippuw ParkshIppIn
shippuw hIppIn mines kg will come as atf agree agreeable 55Sftble ¬
able announcement to the many stock
bolder in the oronertr
e first flrs shipment will canewt of three threecarloads threecarloads
carloads of the ore and two teams have havebeen hYebeen
been at work since yesterday yeet ds morning morningconveying morningesnveying
conveying the product to tnt t1i ears earsThe earsThe
The quality of the or ore isthe Is the be best tB be belag
lag of the galena and carbonate variety varietyand vst4tyand
and the values shown in afiyer is nothing nothutgabort nothingshort
abort of astonishing A few days ag agthe ago agothe
the ore streak on the 403foot level at t tin tinproperty the
property pinched out but on Wednesday
it again appeared and this time it gives givesevery givesevery
every indication of improvement Th Ththe That Thatthe
the conditions at the mine raIt are moat ea eacouragihg encouragi
couragi couragihg g goes without sayinf and with wltnthe withthe
the shipment of good ore a ad d the reapnearanco reap reappearance ¬
pearance of the ore vein In the face of ofthe DCthe
the drift the future of the New York Bo Nonanza i iTouiza
Touiza appears to be brightest of any of oftbe ofthe
the Parks youngsters youngstersWork youngstersWork
Work of cutting a station on the thefoot lbS lbSfoot
foot level of the American Flag shaft is Isnow j jnow
now being pushed and on its completion completiona
a drift win be driven te prospect tj tjceuntry the thecountry
country countrySome I ISome
Some time ago an air compresecr comnteeserinstalled was wasinstftlled
installed at the mine and Hi the 51rk 51rkdrtvln > rk W WdrivJns
drivJns drtvln the drift will be dose with Burley BurleydrilIC i idrills
drills drillsItfwa > I IIt
Itfwa It WM this property that experiencei experienceithe
the difflcnlty of reacWng tSe tkeiitet ejontaet n n8W nllmc4itone
llmc4itone having beei nceufltered 1141 1141too
8W feet had been sunk giace Iee reaching reachingthe
the contact however th tha ground has hasgiven hasgiven
given every Indication of ore and the thearift theOrift
arift wfll WflIb b driven to find ftndtbls this eat nt
MINING STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEMarket EXOEANGEMarket
Market Was in inBagged Bagged Form Yester Yesterday Yesterday ¬
day and Trading Qnly Moderate Moderatef
f he mining saai sharO market canttowed in ina lita
a rather ragged conditien yanterday The Theactive
active stocks went at priees fraefiaRally frssdinl
tower than on Thursday so far as meat meatof inc incJr t
of them were concerned at any rat ratThe rate rateThe
The traAnR covered a rather wid wide rang rangbut rangebut
but business in the Ink It with few excep exceptions exeeplions ¬
lions was very light lightDalyWest lightDalyWest
DalyWest held firm as did also Daly DalyJudge jalludge
Judge Ontario and Grand Central in the thebidding thobIddln
bidding New York continued to o do bun business ¬
ness at 19 to 20 cents and Tetro held up upto
to Thursdays figures but otherwise otherwiseprices otherwiserieea
prices rieea were generally shaded shadedFollowing hadedFollowing
Following is the list of final Quotations Quotationsand
and segregated record o of sajft made madeI
I Zrereneoo ZrereneooAlice preneou IIAfternoon IIAfternoonik1
ik1 Bid IAsl IAzks4Bid ai Bid lAifced AsketAlice
Alice i iAjax i Th ThAz
Ajax 1 1Bul 05 05BulBeck
Bul BulCarisa BulBeck BulBeckCarlea
Carisa i iCon 10 10Con
Con Mercur i iCreole 35 > 4 bS H MVii MViiYW St 15 15Creole
Creole 1 1Daly I IDaly
Daly DalyDalyJudge YW 200 Z 2IS SM L LDaly3t4ge
DalyJudge DalyJudgeDaly 370 4G8 4G8B 3j5 3M 3MDalyWest
Daly DalyWest West 1 34 3450 1 KM KMBid 17 17E 15 3135
B B B 1 51 51Galena I IGalena
Galena GalenaG ti tiC
G Central 1 275 275Horn 27 j jHorn
Horn Sliver j 100 100Ingot l0il l0ilIngot
Ingot IngotL4ttl I i iJAttle
L4ttl i Bell lW lWL j III IIIL
L Mammoth MammothMay 35w L1 l lMa
May Ma Dar DarMammoth Dtk 00 4 4Mammoth
Mammoth MammothNo 1lb uS uSNo
No Light LightOntario 01 I IOntario
Ontario OntarioPetro I 175 175lb
Petro J JHoccoH lb iI iI1oecoH
HoccoH HoccoHSacramento 1oecoHSacramento
Sacramento i l 13 13Silver 1 00 1I 1ISilver
Silver King j F00 WOO WOOSilver ° ° il O 15 15SIlyck
Silver Shield ShieldSo
So Swansea < 414 H HStar i iStar iu iua
Star Con U USunshine a u I 11i WA WACalifornia 1 1Sunshine
Sunshine Sunshine1tah SunshineVtah
1tah I ITTncle 40 E wi
uncle San SanIT am 1 i iV
IT S Mini Minhi Il 20 I IBatlerLib
BatlerLib t n 1 1C4lifornIa
California u uSSST LCentury
Century I 15 11 11Dalton
SSST SSSTEmerald Dalton 1 e eEmerald
Emerald EmeraldLa I IJoe
Joe BOWCIS I ie ieLaRelne
La LaRelne Heine HeineNew 1 l2
Manhattan
Martha IS 01 00 ePl sii siiNew
New Tork 1 1Rich J9 19 19Rich
g gTetro
Rich Ana AnaTetro
Tetro I 10 w 1 11 11Victor
Victor Con I IWabash 441j 441jWabash
Wabash WabashYankee I 0iS
Yankee Con 40 i3 ji 41 42
rorenoon Sales SalesAjar SalesAjar
Ajar 2 es03c i3Sc 1C 1CCaHsa tOGc tOGcCaries
Caries l leoooc leooocConsolidated XHf c StSj StSjConsolidated
Consolidated Mercur twe seller sellerLower eflrmgot
mgot
Lower Mammoth l lO03Sc lO03ScPetro e c cPetro
Petro LWOett LWOettSacramento 1it0GCSaeramento
Sacramento XWftl ZSO0I2c ZSO0I2cSunshine c cSunshine
Sunshine lCOftKlc lCOftKlcMartha 1OO01c44rtkia
Martha Washington COM LOSG1jc LOSG1jc1OOOc l c 7000 7000Hir
Hir oAUlc oAUlcXewTork
XewTork t 1OOOc 00 c 2M IIe S09 5Olbe 5OlbesaIler 0c j jaeller
aeller SO iU iUTetru I ITetro
Tetro I 00ft3ft 4c 4cVictor
Victor 2a036c 2a036cOpen 25OCOpeit >
Open Board Board2W BoardCails
2W Carisa at Me Mel S SIll
l Ill w consolidated Mercur at 5 ISe ISes < c cJoe
s DalyWest at
24 Joe Bowers at atle
5 le New York at I INew
300 New York at l 19c 19con c cflno
flno Ken York at at70ft
70ft Sacramento at atIWt atLd
IWt Ld Sacramento at at2550WabashatSC
2550WabashatSC 2550WabashatSCShares 1509 Wabash Jtf Sc ScShares
Shares sold 404 404IPlilng 5 5SlinK
SlinK value valueAfternoon J50KJ J50KJAfternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesLower SidesC
C iolidateih erour erourIjOW
Lower IjOW r Ma MaMay Manunoth Wb WbMa
May Ma Day DayPetro 1000Oc buyer buyerID
ID J5 C CPetro
Petro l l4oiise l4oiiseStar e o oStar
Star Consolidated ConsolidatedButlerLiberal 5OlW l Oi1c Oi1cButlerlAbors
ButlerLiberal ButlerLiberalNew I laottc laottcNew
New York 50fr 50frJf iiOetlPc ltOOlic ltOOlicOpen
Open Boa4 Boa4IFS
IFS Daly4udgo af af1P
1P May Day at ijfr
LMI Martha Waa1IgtOO ut lj
Jf 30 > 9 Naildriver at at3W a arrn
3W New York at lOt lOtten
3 ten > Sar tr Consolidated onsolklat d at atie11ir 19o 19oShap
Shap s sold 11SV 11SVSelling
Selling ie11ir valuf 2124 2124Silver 2J24Metal
Metal MetalSilver
Silver aiK aLe < per otiaeev otiaeevtnppar nhlnOenPper
tnppar ll fle r New York W WIrad itftlC itftlCV
Irad V Xew York 44 4IL 4ILr
r
t i iBosto
Bosto Mining lflnifl Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdventuro
Adventure 13 OscetiJZ Osee4 16O
Allouez 436 4 Parrot 244
AmaL 412 Quffley Q fiy
DalyW DaIy 3S iLeo > S P Con CoRper er erBlnfbam 341 341Biugham
Blnfbam nOD in Tamarifek llM
C H H45el 45400 Trinity 476 476Centennial
Centennial 1500 f I S
Cop Range 4i 4200 Utah
Dora Coal CO Vietorli VIetorja
Franklin t s 5 lVlnca lVlncaIsle twi i iIsle
Isle Royale oyale 725 725ITew 3 Wolverln 740
Mohawk Z5fl Z5flNew
New York Mining Stocks StocksAdams StocksAdms
Adams Con iftLlttledbft 20 LIttle chief
Alice ISJOntario 1OS
Breece tdfOphlr SOphr
Brons Brimst1ck ick C o3Phoenix o3PhoenixHorn 00
Comstck TOiPotoizI 17
C C Va 3 5avngs
Horn Silver L3BSlerra 3e ev 5
Iron Silver lsSgmall Hopes
Leadile C C1J2tA1Id514I 2fiUuMhtfjl v vSan > ste steSan
San Itancisco IkEnin Nining Stocks Stockses tcks tcksAndes
Andes AndesBelcher es S JfSyustice ustice JBI JBIlexJcan
Belcher BelcherB lilMenicon lexJcan LfeO LfeOrcIdontal
B B BCaledonia i70IicidonLaZ rcIdontal C J Jphir
Caledonia CaledoniaChallenge 2lfOphlr phir phirtahCon tS
Challenge Con 22t iverman
Cbollar CbollarCoaftdface siotosi
Coaftdface CoaftdfaceG ii ntv4ge
c t ¼ Ifilcher
Con Imperial Ibrra Net
Crown Point IEIlvhr 1111
3OxCbe4iUer iSKnlon Con
G C CII C421tith tahCon Con iii iii7Yellaw 1
II A N 7Yellaw Jacket JacketTintio JreletThitie
Tintio Ore Shipments ShipmentsEureka V VEureka
Eureka FehV FeK 5 5Elghteeij Slghteen alifppers lent lentout eiC eiCout
out 1 lit > 1 ears of or ore and twojjsrs twO j2jtrs of con
teectrat bentrates f < fi fiom om Untie dlatrl dIatrldJuzlng pdurlng the theweek theweek
week The CeaUnaial Kartkn aud5 aud5with ewlewith
with 48 cars and the Martha Washing ¬
ton reappears ia the nstalth tint wfthi 5 ows
The output was divided as fellcwai Ilenu
fellcwaif
f Cat Caru
Ajax hIonBk i itii a
BolllonBeck w e ftU51 S
Oarlsa CarleaCentennblEore ii
CentennlalEureka 1
Dragoniron Dragon Iron ore > Hoi
Eagle Blue Bell i S
Gemini GeminiGrand J
Grand Central CentralLaclede CentralLaclede
LacledeLower Laclede i a
Lower Mammoth Mammothiartba
rvitir iartba Washington VilHll1tvl
South Swpsea 1
Star Consolidated
tndISant tndISantlTncIt
l lTncIt nd Sam concentrates 2
Tetro TetroVictor FetroVictor
Victor VictorYankee VictorYankee
Yankee Consolidated
Total t tUtah
Utah Stools Stoctks1nBostoIi Stoctks1nBostoIiSpeclaIto in Bostori BostoriSpecial
Special SpeclaIto to Tj The e HbraW >
Boston Feb 5Cpprs with tile rot reetof
j of f the market marketwar were affected by jSsteri Iksteri Iksteriwar
war rumors
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Mercur MercurDalyWefct MereurBlngham
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DalyWefct DalyWefctBoston S Zdlt
Itah L L ect 2j 3
Boston C S30 e GX GXOre 6 6Ore
Ore and Bullion BullionOre Bullio BullioOre
Ore and bullion settlements In this cjiftr cjiftryesterday cItryesterday
yesterday as as reuorted by McCornfqJ
Co amonitted am Hted to inioe as s follows Sis Sisver SIPver
ver lead gold and copper ores f22M
base bullion J 32105 1W g w hers hersilIliiing J7fia J7fiaSix
ilIliiing Notes NotesSix
Six carloads of ore from Tintic were
reported at the Taylor Bruntoasain Bruptnn sainj
pier yesterday moralug moralugTwo mornhsgTwo
Two carload of ore from the Star Can
soffdated wore re relcustid af d Xrom roin the sampler hampleryesterday
yesterday and another car is pcjbmlscd
for today x
Charles HUScheo has returned returnedfrom from his
extended trip to the coast and he Will
now buckle down and get in touch with
hW hi various mining interests again againA
A deal is being consummated that will
bring into the valley oil fields tleh is a strong
combination of Beaumont operators duty dig
lag the next few weeke It is yet too tooearly tooearly
early to release particulars particularsAccording particularsAccording
According to advices which reach local
brokers from New York the new stock
exchange in tljat tlat city bus got down to
business Consolidated Mercur appears In
the list of stocks being called calledT
T P Rldiey returned yesterday from
the east While away be stopped at New
York Philadelphia Washington and
Chicago where he has been in 1 consulta consultation ¬
tion with his different clients respecting
their various property holdings in the thewest thewet
west westOperations wetOperations
Operations upon the properties of the
Majestic company have ceased until linthlsucli such
timeit time it is stated as the fate of the pend pendSmelting
lug iea1 with the Monarch Mines
Smelting corporation has been deter determined determined ¬
mined There appears to be little douht
but the Wg company will land the Ma Majestic ¬
jestic and then there will be some something ¬
thing doing doingThe doingThe
The application of George Uatton for formemberhip formembertdp
memberhip in the mining exchange was wasturned wt wtturned
turned down by the membership commit committee eommlttee ¬
tee yesterday morning The principal principalreason principalreason
reason for denying the application was in
the fact that Mr Hatton hadbeen had been adr tid tidvertialug
vertislng himself as a cutratebroker cutrate braker On Onaccount Onaccount
account of the committees action the thopurchase thepurchase
purchase jif of Major Mytbns seat by Mr
Hatton will leave the latter with a sert sertof sOrt sOrtof
of white elephant on his hands handsMercar handsMeresr
Mercar Miner Nearly all of the men menworking menworking
working at the West Dip have quit In Intalking
talking to them and asklne them what Is
the matter they invariably Inform Inf rm you
they like the work and the bosses but
balk and draw the line at cold grub b ln
ins served ap to them It Is slid ald tha th
Mr Murphy has had a good od deal of trod troohave
hi with his inca at the Daisy and they
have been kicking because of the culinary
department of the work Manage Miir
phy is now hiring Italians to take tae taeplaces tileplaces
places of the men who have quit wark warkand
and he says he wilt now hire no others othersThree othersThree
Three cars of ore from the Tetro were wereon
on the market yesterday At the present
time production is being somewhat sub subordinated ¬
ordinated to development and an avor
age of only about three carloads of ore
per week Hi l being sent to market The
lower level in being widened out and
timbered with square sets in order that i itoping I
toping operations may ba facilitated facilitatedwhite facilitatedwhile
white some necessary dead work is bolncf beln I Iperformed
performed in another direction The miner mln
te saM to be in Its usual condition and
there te little variation in the quality o of
ore that to 1 using shipped shippedTo shippedTo
To the Public
Mr George Hattorr is not a memb membof mentbeof
of the Salt Lake Stock and Mining e echange ex exchange
change JAMES A POLLOCK POLLOCKFeb POLLOCKFeb
Feb 5 1 1154 4 President PresidentCroup PresidentL PresidentCioup
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Croup CroupBegins
Begins with the symptoms of a com common coatmon ¬
mon cold there is chilliness sneezlnfc sneezlnfceore sneezlijsore
sore throat hoc akin quick pulse pulsehoarseness pulsOhosrsenese
hoarseness and impeded respiration
Give frequent small doses of Ballardg BalIardi BalIardiHordhound
Horehound Syrup the child will cry
for It and at the first sign of a croupy croupycough croupycoegh
cough apply frequently Ballards Snow SnowLiniment
Liniment to the throat throataira throatMrs
Mrs A Vliet New Castle Cola Colowritea Colawrites
writes March IWh 1S01 I think Bal Ballards Ballards
lards Horehound Syrup a a wonderful wonderfulrdI
rdI dy and so pleaaant 25C 5c5Oc 50c and andSoW andL
L SoW by Z C M I drug departwant depart depart4meat
want wantClub c cClub <
Club Boom For Gentlemen GentlemenParlor GentlemenParlor
Parlor For Ladles LaditsAre Ladlesstre
Are feature of the New York Limltod Limltodleavla
leaving leavla SL Louis union station dally at
123 noon reaching New York nejgt nejgtafternoon ne t tafternoon
afternoon at 6 oclock New iibrajt iibrajtmsokln Iibra4 Iibra4smoking
smoking msokln car has all the comforts of ofmodern a amodern
modern club New compartment sleep SleojhIng
ing car has private rooms and observav observavtion observarlion
lion parlor The new equipment of o the theNew theNew
New York Liihited Ll dted makes that train a acounterpart aCounterpart
counterpart of the famous Pennsylva Pennsylvania ¬
nia Limited leaving Chicago daily at a aa
6 oclock p m for New York including includingreading includingreading
reading room and library barber ef epe epeIrk e etric
Irk lights private bed chambers ajjjd ajjjdobservation ii1 ii1obaervatioa
observation lounging roorti also 6150cellent 63f7 63f7ceUent
ceUent dining service Get details front
George T Hull district agent S13 S Soy Soyentcenth v venteenth
enteenth JMrett si reet Denver Cola Colaese
ese ese53c000
53c000 30 ooo stark tot k of diamonds watches watchesJewelry watches5tvey
Jewelry silverware cut glass > clocks clockse
e at auction 2at arid 7SO p m this thisday thisday
day W V W V Halls Jewelry Jeteli Store 23f 2 2Main
Main street reet A AThe
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The Bre Brekn do n Office supply py Co Coar Coare
ar agfnta for forThe forThQ
The Globe Wfmioke Filing F1Iin Caliln CablneE
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tNsv tv York Feb 5 5Todays Todays stock stockroarli stockmrnst
mrnst roarli was a drifting match operators operatorsf9f operatorsfn
f9f fn tfce t e most part standing idly by byd bya4d
a4d d watching the amazing fluctuations fluctuationsIff
Iff the cotton market and awaiting the theexnected thee
exnected e definite outcome of the ques quesol
R of peace or war in the far east eastTlw easttact
Tlw flitre tact ef the wild condition of ofdepressing ofthe
the cottior marIe was sufficient to e e4preaMng
depressing influence on stocks stocksWftither stockswhdtlier
Wftither the price of cotton was ad adva advatcing
va vatcing dn or collapsing As a matter of ofh
A h th Uts rebounds in that market were wereof wereofal4n0st
of ofal4n0st Hlfnom equal violence with the
drofie The grain markets also were in inqirned Inglttte4
qirned to run off Little light was to
b h Jiad d from from these markets therefore thereforeon
on tHe chances of peace or war The
ftneitat arbitrage brokers were idle re rejfrn
Iaetiig the aimpet stagnant condition
bre1gn jfrn operations pending the set sett sett1
t1 t em of the question questionJie qumtimLke
Lke Jie weaknes of stocks grew more morerotrked
rotrked as the day progressed and dur ¬
ing the latter part of the session losses lossesQf lossestif
Qf a point or more became quite gen genenal genera
enal era I a the prominent active stocks stocksT stocksTfe
T Tfe e market showed no effective resil
ieivsy and nd the closing was weak and andauU
auU There were some early points of ofresistance ofrecItnce
resistance to the declining tendency
Amalgamated Copper was lifted on the
circulation of a rumor that another anotherfavorable
favorable ruling had been made in its itstiutena itsOtitn
tiutena litigation Sugar TJ S Steel SteelprefelTed Stealpref1Ted
prefelTed and the Chicago Altons Altonsritocjfe ltonsateelt
ritocjfe made short lived demonstrations demonstrationsaf
af strength The first marked weak
lis libes developed in Wabash preferred preferredand preferredand
and in Pennsylvania and the whole wholemarket wholemarket
market weakened after the publication publicationof
of a report thfctf the Pennsylvania in intfrreets Intests
tests had issued notes for 60900000 60900000for 10000000for
for eighteen months at 4 12 p per r cent centSeveral centSeveral
Several reports were circulated during
the tfay to indicate a settlement of the thePennsylvaniaGould thePenusylvanlaGould
PennsylvaniaGould dispute and an ef effort offort
fort was made to make the
pf this loan applicable to the settle settlernent settlemeat
meat but without ari Rnj > avail vail to check
the define in the stocksaffected Ru Rumore j jmore
more Have been abundant for some somedays somedays
days past Of a contemplated capital is issue Issue
sue by the Pennsylvania which have havebeen havebeeuyigorously
been beeuyigorously vigorously denied These eviden evidences evitlences ¬
ces tit heavy loan expansions to which whichWas whichWasadded
Was Wasadded added the sale of of 5000080 of Mis Missouri Missottil ¬
souri Pacific notes was or o more effect effecton effectoil
on settlement that the Wrthnates of a againin agCIUIn
gainin cask fe reserves by the banks on onthe onthe
the week of about SiOOOQtt in spite
or the large subtreasury requirements requirementsand
and shipments to New Orleans OrleansToini
total safca par value 2116000 2116000TJnited 2110000Cnited
TJnited States bonds were unchanged unchangedon
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NatL NatLLead NatLLeadNorth Lead LeadNorth
North Am 300 O 88 88Pacific 3 i2 S4 S4Pacifte
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Peoples Oas 7 740 ion s sPressed t4 26 26Prested
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Preferred PreferredPwlL PreferredFelL
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Republic Steel MO 7 7Pretorrcd 4 A APreXarred
PreXarred 40 42 42Rubber 4344 41 45 45Rubber
Rubber Goods 1 L > 3B 20 W WPreferred 16 20 20PrOferred
Preferred PreferredTemt PrOferredTeiin
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Preferred J 7ea 7eaU 7744 7a
U S Realty O 600 7 7Preferred 7 744 7 7Preferred
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Preferred 269 000 K W WWest
West Electric 20 ° 1 161 1 1Western 160 < 16044 16044Western
Western Uflioti KW 5 5North TS 5744 5744North
North Securities SecuritiesTotal SecuritiesTotal
Total sales for the day 5S07W 0O shares sharesGEAIN
4 GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChieam PROVISIONSChiesgo
Chieam Feb 5 Bgceptional activity activitywas
was displayed in th the wheat pit at the theopening theopening
opening Prices ware extremely airratic airraticand ratIC ratICand
and showed wide fluctuations Owing to tothe tothe
the acuteness of the wr situation shorts shortsappealed shortsappeated
appealed determined to even up trades tradeswith trac1cewith
with little regard to prices In this ef effort offort ¬
fort the price of May delivery was force1 force1half forcelhalf
half above the Inch record mark rag registered ragistered ¬
istered yesterday the Jnenlng quotation quotationbeln quotationbeing
beln being 0 lower to WQ 44 higher at 35 to toOS
OS July was a shade to fc lower at
86 3544 to 8f Within ten minutes from the thetime thetime j
time May had touched 98 3 the price had hadfallen itzlfallen
fallen to 98 044 a drop of ZH 2 while July Julyhad Julyhad
had sold off to 54k or 14 below the top topfigure topfigure I
figure After thrf first minute or two of ofon oftrading
trading there was a flool of 1 ng wheat wheatpoured
poured on the market and it seemed as asthough asthough
though everybody had wheat fisr sale
this heavy pr93s preseitto r prices beganto began beganto
to jflecline Stop loss orders CHTTM out outaim Outanfl
aim increased the downward t tndncy tndncyand nd ary aryand
and for a time the situation looked ex extremely ¬ I
tremely critical The leader of the bull bullc
c owd however stUHMirted the market marketan
an the break and a f Idly h rally occurred occurredFrom occurredFrom
From f3 244 May qal quk4v kb advance > l W Wwhile lit litwhile
while July steadied around 3444 44 Trading Tradingthen TradIngthen
then developed into a rather tame af affair ¬ I
fair but the market msr st wa P nervous Out Outside Outside ¬
side of the sisns of impending war the theearly I Iearly
early news contained weral H items m of ofcxceedljgiy ofxceedhgly
cxceedljgiy bearish beaalsblmpt import Receipts in inthe Inthe
the northwest an and southtrcst were boa heavier boaicr ¬
ier than last year yearWeather rearWeatler
Weather conditioas on tho Pacific coast coastand
I and the southwest w re materially im improved ¬
proved ArgentIna TWortfl muchmore muchmoreliberal much more
liberal shipments thaji a year ago These Thesefactors
factors were influential n hringins out outa outa
a tot of July wheat and incidentally
had a depressing effect on the May op option option ¬
tion Fresh war rumor < were circulated circulatedanother circulatedin
in tie iit late in the day resulting In Inanother
another active buyiwj movement the big bt btbull
bull operator being resorted or that side sideof sideof
of the market TJIift miemacd Mmand became no nourgent sourgent
urgent during the lasfrew 3as few minutes that thatthe
the early toss was all regained Just be before before ¬
fore the close July sold up to 8H 154 and andfinal andfinal
final fl2 fisuros ros were at 4BT4 154546 > a nat n Rain Rainfor rainfor
for the day of o i May closed at 96 a aloss aloss
loss t of f 4
Aside frni the heavy liquidation early
in the day the most conspicuous feai feaitore tea teature
tore in the corn laarket was the rein relative reintfve ¬
tive strength of the July delivery Heavy Heavysellinp Heavyselling
selling of May by Home of the promi prominent prom promflout
flout holders caused a severe break eary
in the iewslon The opening on Mayt was WMJunehansed wasunchanged
unchanged to l 4 lower at SSy to 56 56Prices 66Prices
Prices immediately started downward downwardand
and 541 before any support materialized May Maytad
had tad sold off to 5i Late in the day the themarket themarket
market became exceedingly strong aSd aSdrices adilprices
prices rices advanced allOve 5ve the opening level levellay levelMay
May lay closed 44 i higher at 5 5644 after s 501 501ini ii iiintf
intf ini at WU W July ranged oetween 616 51 and andclosing
5 closing with a gain of lfil at atOats
SS >
SSOats Oats followed the course of other othergrains othergrains
grains The close was at the top ac anon < i ion
on a level with yesterdays close closeTrading cloneTrading
Trading in provisions was active bat bata
a weaker tone prevailed Ihe i he decline in intho intho
tho grain pits plt nn and lower pi pnccs ices for ho hogs s
had a depressing influence early in the thegain theday
day and the market was unable to re regain
gain losses sustained unjer liberal liqui liquidation liquftlation ¬
dation ct that time The close was wassteady wassteady
steady with a small decline May pork
being off 124 at 1389 May lard was wasdown waidown
down TV 7 at Tei while ribs were i low lower lowerat77 r rat
at at77 at77The 677 677The
The leading futKros ranged as fellows fellowsWheat followsWheatNo
Wheat WheatNo No 2 2I
1 Open High I Low Lo i i iMay Close CloseMay
May 6es i IN j2044 16 16July
July ss sss 4 S34
s Sept pt T9eaj T9eajCorn 160 160CornNo
Corn CornNo No 2 2Opan 2I
I Open I JSisfa ist 1 1 Low i Close CloseOats CloseFb
Fb 51 152 ti 5244
May 56005 10614 l544 Ml
July fsijit 153 fil filOatsNo
Oats OatsNo No 2 2Open 2I
I Open JHigky Higk J Low iT1Oi iT1OiFeb I IFeb
Feb i iMay LMay
May 4 44I4 1 4 J 46 14444 44
July M 410 a aSept a
Sept 39 a a sij1 sij1Mes i iI
Mes PorkPerbari PorkPerbariI
I Open 1 High 15b Low i iMay Close CloseL70
May L70 L70LardPer 1370 iH73 1345 1345Lard
Lard LardPer Per K 300 pounds poWndsI
1 Open I High 1 Low I I Close CfeseMay CloseMay
May 757 757July 574 760 750 750J11
July J11 71 71Short 7 710 757 760 760Short
Short Rlba RibsPer Per H 146 pounds poundsOpen poundsI
I Open JHlgh I I Low I Close CloselMay ClereMay
lMay May 677 77H 62 1675 675 J 77fc
July 68 692 4 SS 44i I 626 t C0K C0KCash 661 661Cash
Cash quotations were as follows fellowsFlourFirm I IFlour
Flour FlourFirm FlourFirmWheptSpdn Firm I IWheat
Wheat WheptSpdn Sprint No 2 8MS3 No 3i 3ispring 3 3spring
spring 8092 No o 2 red 92H 92HCora 07446306 07446306Corn1o
Cora Corn1o No 2 5M4 N NO 3 yellow 61 2 I
OatsNo 2 43443 No 2 white 444
ntsNo 2 6214 I i
Barley Good fadgag eIag 3 3060 94 fair to tochoice toeboce
choice malting 9OSL 9OSLFlax
Flax Sepd SepdNo No Z 111 No 1 northwest northwestern northwestornlIL ¬
ern ornlIL ornlILTimothy 1M 1MTimothy
Timothy SeedHprim sis sisMess 115Mess
Mess Prk POrkPer Per barrel U30 121015136244 H82 H82LardPcr
LardPcr 100 pouii poundi a35e77 a35e77aiort 774754
Short RlbsSWea Qcose VMae 15 6WL7 173
Short Clear Sidee Sldeslioxed < Boxe4 > 5feSS71A
W skyBasid of high wines lr
Clover CIoerConttact Contract grade gradewtaec 75 76114J 76114JArticles 1L 1LFlour <
Articles I flee Ship ShipFlour
Flour barrels barrelsWheat Z10i 12100 12100Wheat
Wheat bushel bufiheteOats y 47p 44555 44555Corn
Corn beabele beabeleOats
Oats bushels bushelsEye 13M 3 kS kSBye >
Bye bushels itm 4991 4991Barley 4005bushels
Barley bushels 74W Ht HtJCConey lijOS
JCConey Silver and Finance FinanceNew
New York Feb 5 5Close Close Money n ncall ncall
call easy H4 1M12 < 5 per cent closing bid bidper 4 4per
per cent offered at 2 per cent TJi t1tiloane e eloans
loans firm sixty xiy days 3Wt per cent centninety centninety
ninety days 4 per cent six months 4 415 4f
4 per cent Prime mercantile paper 4 4ffStt 444
ffStt 75 per cent Sterling excbing steady tteadywith steadywlth
with actual bustaes in bankers bills at atL at4z5be4lb60
4z5be4lb60 L 3S < M856 for demand and at 48M awl
48 4 foe sixtyday Mta lL Posted rate 4SHfe
e4SS Commercial Mils iS tS244S3 e4S3 e4S3Bar
Bar silver 36H 36HMexican 1044Mexican
Mexican dollars dollarsGovernment ItT ItTGovernment
Government bend steady railroad railroadbonds railroadbonds
bonds heavy
Butter and Bggs BggsNew gs gsew
New ew York Feb 5 5ButterFIrm 5ButterFIrmCreamery Butter Firm FirmCreamery
Creamery 1 166221 166221Eggsteady 424 424Efigg
Efigg Eggsteady Steady y Western WettcrnChicago 2 2Chicago
Chicago Feb S kOn On the produce exj en enchaMe
chaJVge today the butter market was wasfirm wasfirm
firm Creamery 1524 dairy dalr 13 134320 134320EegsStakc f3 f3E
E EegsStakc ps Steady 3t 26hI 26hICheeaoEar1cr a aCheesp > >
Cheesp CheeaoEar1cr Easier 2 M KWt KWtPacific lo4tPaciflcCoast
Pacific PaciflcCoast Coast Grain GrainSan GrainSan
San Francisco Feb jWheit4uet Wheat goiet goietMay
May lSS i asked askedy askedRarteyFirmer
RarteyFirmer y Firmer May MayFlourSteady lftSj
Flour FlourSteady Steady apples quiet oQious oQiousfirm onloesfirm
firm potatoes sea5Treasury sea5 aeadTreasury
Treasury Statement StatementWftshington StatementS
S Washington Feb S LThdays Todays ltatement ltatementof Matement
tof of the treasury batances tn the general
fund exclusc if f the JlSO4Japgf gold old re reserve re54ive ¬
serve in thfc 11 division of redemption redemptKmhowf redemptiondiows
< howf Available each harinrf uanc 2277 2277S4
S4 4 Gold 63j
c
TThiEO 11W 11WAREIRREGULAR
AREIRREGULAR
4 4Cotton
Cotton and Coffee Have At Ati Attamed
i tamed New High Records RecordsIRON RecordsiRONAND
±
IRON iRONAND AND STEEL ARE SLOW SLOW50B SLQVT SLQVPROSPECTS
+ T
PROSPECTS 50B OIt SPEING SPEINGNjow ABB ABBAIRLYGOOD
AIRLYGOOD AIRLYGOODo
o 4 4Ninr
Njow YorkjFeb York F f vui K G Duns DunsCos 4
Cos Weekly redy Review vIew of Trado touwr touwrrok tonp63ro
rok ro jvlll say saySjBpsational saySasatlonnl
SjBpsational fluctuations in the grtKt grtKtstaples ireItstapleswer
staples stapleswer were the features of the weak weakcotton wekcotlott
cotton and coffee attaining now high highrecords highrecords
records for the season but subsequent subsequently ¬
ly declining sharply while grain ad advanced advanced ¬
vanced Trade reports are irregular irregularimprovements irregularImprovements
improvements at the south and west
finding little response responr at atthe the large east eastera eastera
era cities Persistent low temperature temperaturete
te presenting a good demand for heavy heavywearing
1 wearing apparel and increasing the dif difficulties
ficulties of transportation Spring Spr1ngbux Spr1ngbuxersare buy
ersare arriving in large numbers with withnoteworthy wIthnoteworthy
noteworthy eagerness to secure cotton cottongoods cottongoods
goods Railway earnings for January Januaryaveraged Januaryaveraged
averaged 7 per cent larger than JB a
iDOL 1008Progress
Progress Is slow in the iron and steel stgelindustry steelindustry
industry new business coming fojSvaWi fojSvaWirjaluotantly ojwaz4reluctantly
reluctantly Several dispatches regard regarding ¬
lag largo contracts cannot be confirmed confirmedand contirmedand
and it is usually found that thatthe the state statements statements ¬
ments rfer to old orders while the
figures of tonnage prove much smaller smallerthan smallerthan
than indicated Conditions continue continuequiet continuequiet
quiet prospective purchasers procras procrastinating procrastinating ¬
tinating in the hope of more attractive attractiveterms attractiveterms
terms In several lines Jt has not notments s1otproved
proved possible to xnaln4aln pr1c agfee agfeements
ments some producers making makingispocial makingispocialrates special
rates and the season opens with the theprospect theprospect
prospect that there will be an open openmarket openmarket
market for cotton ties A better put outlook
look Is reported for structural steel
Just when buyers of cotton goods goodswere goodswere
were beginning to exhibit a pronounced pronounceddisposition pronoupeeddi5posltlon
disposition to place more liberal orders ordersthja orderrth
thja th collapse in the raw material pro produced produced ¬
duced hesitation Consumers have re reduced reduced ¬
duced supplies in the hands of dealers dealersto
to a point that necessitated replenish replenishing replenishbig ¬
big and the inquiries inquirieefor for prompt ship shipment shipmont ¬
mont were expanding but it ia natural naturalthat naturalthat
that the market should become uncer uncertain uncertam ¬
tain tam when the prices for goods are very
high and raw cotton declines 5 a bale balein balein
in a single day Notwithstanding this thisinterruption thI thIInterruption
interruption a better volume of trade tradeis
is in progress and it Is recognized that thatgoods thatgoods
goods were by no means on a parity paritywith paritywith
with raw material at its zenith New NewEngland NewEngland
England show manufacturers have am ample api apipie ¬
pie business in sight but there Is much muchcomplaint muchcomplaint
complaint of the scarolt yof leather and andthe andthe
the increased cost of production productionFailures j jFailures
Failures this week in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States are ar 246 against 30 last week
358 the preceding week and 264 64 the cdr cdrresponding eor eorresponding
responding week lost year Failures in InCanada j
Canada number twentynine against againsttwentyeight againsttwentyeight
twentyeight last week thirtythree the thepreceding thepreceding
preceding week and thirtyfour last lastyear lastyear
year i
ilradstreets epor eportllradetreets eporBradstreets
Bradstreets tomorrow will nih say sayWeather sayWeather
Weather conditions unfavorably affect affecttrade affecttrade
trade and transportation throughout most mostof mostof
of the west while wildly fluctuating roar roarkets marhots
kets of cotton coffee and the cereal cerealmake cerealemake
make the speculative situation of these thesestaples thesestplcs
staples a a matter of concern The feeling feelingcrows feelinggrows
crows that a late opening trade and con conswvative cop coprervathe
swvative buying are to be looked for in inmany Inmany
many lines Exceptions are to be found foundat foundat
at the south which reports wholesale wholesaletrade wholesaletrade
trade active especially In fertilizers live livestock livestock ¬
stock and Implements all preparations preparationsNext preparationslookingto
lookingto an Immense acreage in cotton cottonNest
Next to this may be classed the south southwest southWest ¬
west which despite cold weather weatherports re reports ¬
ports trade satisfactory for the season seasonthe seasonthe
the outlook good and bank clearings large largeEastern largeItasterk
Eastern trade reports are good as to re retall r rtall
tall winter trade which is said to have havecleaned nve nvecleaned
cleaned tip old stocks of goods AS A Aspring to tospring
spring trade however Irregularity irregniaritynoted ite itenoted
noted notedWool notedWool
Wool is firm with stocks light and 5 to
10 per cent higher prices at London The Theiron Theiron
iron trade shows little change changeWheat changeWheat
Wheat including flour exports for the theweek theweek
week ending Feb 4 aggregate 2WI2Z6 2WI2Z6bushels 2051226bushels
bushels against 2917602 last wEek
3975916 tills week last year 4 4bOO457 > 00457in in
1806 150 and 4997813 in 1901 From July J
1398 to date the aggregate is lpl1342W lpl1342Wbushels 1DLI4 1DLI4huehels
bushels against laf > 357540 last season 167
21551 in 3S02 and 116805627 in 1SQ1 1SQ1Business 151Business
Business failures in the United States Statesfor Statesfor
for the week ending Feb 4 number 216 216against 316against
against 242 last week 308 d in the like weak weakin
in lt 1066 247 in 180S 260 in 19 1901 and 231 l 35
1908 1908In 1900In
In Canada failures for the week aunt number auntber ¬
ber 25 against 18 last week and 27 in inthe inthe
the same week a year yearago yearagoBUSINESS ago agoBUSINESS
BUSINESS OF THE BANKS BANKSNow
Now York Fcb FebrrThe S The following ta table tahis ¬
his compiled by Bradetreet shoes t the thebank he hebank
bank clearings at the principal ejtfesffair ejtfesffairthe CtstOr CtstOrthe
the week ended February 4 Nft4th Nft4thas u4Lb u4Lbthe
the percentage of increase and deoo deooas
as compared with the corresponding week weeklast weeklastyear
last lastyear year
Amount IJneIpii IJneIpiiNew IneDe IneDeNew
New York il2393S6Slfl 12993s63lT jiff IJ IJChicago
Chicago 1 ICl 16LS401Th O SSt I IBoswn lt ltPittsburff
Boswn I 1272571331I 20 20Philadelphia
Philadelphia lOkjaZOl 44 44St
St Loule ll3oo72l 54 54Pktaburg
Pittsburff PittsburffSan 344S65Sl 1 171 171San
San Francisco FranciscoKansas S4iS773j 23453T 1 15 15Kansas
Kansas City CityCleveland 219475461 161 161Cleveland
Cleveland 14068765 14068765Detroit 1 175 175Minneapolis
Minneapolis I 150681 1 16J 16JNew
New Orleans 369 11G1 11G1Detroit
Detroit DetroitLouisville 04O1S9S 61e 61eLouisvfllee
Louisville LouisvilleOmaha ll0 11o0566JIi 88 IEOmaha
Omaha OmahaMilwaukee e 7131991 7j3j9Qfflwaukee t tS474522
Milwaukee MilwaukeeProvidence S474522 15 15Providence5 J J64SUW
ProvidenceBuffalo Providence 64SUW 6461443d1BuUkio 3M
BuffaloSt Buffalo S1743S1 61743 61743St
St Paul PaulIndianapolis 4692061 i J5S
Indianapolis IndianapolisLo 0783795 6753 1 Jftft JftftCSie 81
Lo Angeles CSie 6330835 SS1 31T 31
St Joseok 5144762 76
Denver DenverRichmond 409389 L Litlehmond
RichmondColumbus Richmond 4725199 60 60Columbus
I Columbus ColumbusI 45i6CY1t4
I I Seattle SeattleWashington 6424012C 6424012CWashington 2
Washington WashingtonSavannah 4482 1
Savannah SavannahMemphis SsvannaltMemphis °
Memphis MemphisAlbany 745l418 671 671Albany
Albany 1I7OIn i SJ SJSALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYPortland 242i1 1291 1291Portland
Portland Ore OreToledo I 34
Toledo ToledoFort I 27074i 14 14Fort
Fort Worth WorthPeoria 5493i0 41Si 41SiPeoria
Peoria PeoriaHartford PeoriaHartford 8601574 8601574247933S
Hartford HartfordRochester 247933S 247933S23S8137 249332115 249332115floehestr
Rochester RochesterAtlanta 23S8137KS43SH 23S8137
Atlanta AtlantaDes 125 125Des
Des Moines MolnesNaw 167031 92 92Now
Now Haven HavenNashviUo KS43SH 1t843Si1I lO1 lO127273S1 10Nashville
Nashville NashviUoSpokane 27273S1 2727SS11 4 4lS3944S 40 40Spokane
Spokane Wash WashGrand lS3944S K71 1SDGrand
I Grand Rapids RapidsWorcester 10117141 s i iSIoux
SIoux City
SpringfIeld Mass 1512449131 1512449131Norfolk
Norfolk 1912741 219 219Dayton
Dayton 17045UI 1241 1241Tacoma
Tacoma 26199111 1524 1524Worcester
Worcester WorcesterAugusta 57filNC 42 42Augusta
> Augusta Ga Gai 1957531 29 29Portland
i Portland Me MeScranton 11 11Scranton
Scranton ScrantonTbpeka 1147024 1147024IopOka
Tbpeka TbpekaSyracuse 5SIS5 I 235 235Syracuse
Syracuse SyracuseBvansville 1211214 111 111lSvansvttie
Bvansville BvansvilleWilmington l17G31b 112 1121ImIngton
Wilmington Del DelBirmingham 1192Oug 12 12Birmioghtini
Birmingham BirminghamDavenport 121294 121294Davenport
Davenport DavenportFall i13 I 165 165Full
Fall River RiverLUtle 1J643II 3Lt 3LtLittle
Little Rock RockKnoxvllle 11533271 7 7InoxvilIe
Knoxvllle KnoxvllleMacon I 1I5U 21 21Macon
Macon MaconWilkeabarre I 53T 5 5Wllkesbarre
Wilkeabarre WilkeabarreAkron 579175 579175Akron
Akron Akronsorlngfleld i < 695lWt10 695lWt105prhtglield
sorlngfleld Ills TUeheating G44237iI G44237iIWheeling
Wheeling heating W Vat VatWichita
Wichita I IYoungsiowa 111tlSfl 4I 4IYoungstowa
Youngsiowa YoungsiowaHelenV I GQ1t11t11 s slishezrs
HelenV lishezrs lishezrsLexJftgton N t tLexington
Lexington LexingtonChaUanooga n2fdt 161 161baUnooga
ChaUanooga j 5436721 2611 2611Lowell
Lowell LdwotlNew 4l9324Kl 14 14Nea
New Bedford Ois2721 29 29lCslamazoo
KalamazGO KalamazGOFargo I 727214 213 213Fargo
Fargo N D DCanton 45t54ll IS4
Canton O OJacksonville il ilJacksonville
Jacksonville Pie 1 il16ll
Greensburg Pa PaRockford 3i25US 3i25USUockford
Rockford Ills IllsSpringfield 1Q7 1Q7Springfield
Springfield O OBinghamton > 430lSlj 114 114Binghamton
Binghamton BinghamtonChester a744001 a744001Chester
Chester Pai PaiBlooming 215210 1 1IOI 1IOIBloomington
Blooming Bloomington ton Ills IllsQalnojv 1 417648 2 2atD9Si 241 241Qulnol
Qalnojv Ills < atD9Si 3i99S 24 24Siouzalis 43 43J026lOJ
Siouzalis SJ 4 J026lOJ SSfi5 SSfi5lSIoa 24 24S
lanflflLiiQj lSIoa > j Sl Sl2nfiTS 1S S
Jaokszatt4flIl1Ie 2nfiTS ll4i ll4i1S564U1 L4 L4Fr
Fr ° nioat 7Pb 1S564U1 272
eeatu 9 69 69Cu5ton
Cu5ton 194Wia 30 30Chart 3C 3CRtveetone
Rtveetone 14l14f5S0 21
GittbrkP
Chart ChartCedar 5 14 14tM
p
Cedar RaviO RaviOPotAb
PotAb tM r 1 S SOutside
Outside Outdeci N Y YMontreal 4 4imlar
imlar lueiDec lueiDecMentn1
Montreal MontrealirOBto irK > 72 72i 74 74oroato
irOBto irOBtoInalfteff 3 1 r 165
Winnipeg 1044
4
iHalttaS iHalttaSOttawa 2t 2tI
I Ottawa OttawaVancouver i > I IList a2
Vancouver B C List 12S 12Siwmfc
Qfttwf iwmfc L Iit2i iii iiirt0
Hamtttan Hamtttant rt0 rt0M45I
St t Joan N B Blegate M45I M45ITU T
Victosia legate B C CidifrjM 22ib11 484
idifrjM idifrjMCanada TU 1lP isu 13 13S
Canada S 4437 44le < l I 17 17Balances 671aneea
Balances 1aneea paid i4 in rash rashfncluded rashot
ot Included in totals because con
taiBtax tetniM Other Items than clearings
N t included in totals because of no
comparison for last year yearChicago yearLIVBSTOCX
LIVBSTOCX MABXBTS MABXBTSChicago
Chicago Feb Cattle CattleReceipts Receipts 3aW 3aWIKKrt
teady Good to prim steers 420636S 420636Spour
pour to medium 4 4lStili i4 atockers Sl Sleede1 t i
eede1 2S64K cow 150WJC 1 heifers heiferscanners
2005 canners 150 > Suite uiia 200 200calve 2l
L60 < calve 3 eov2z 0 72S 72SS88TlceitUl
S88TlceitUl t today ay 2M 26000 L tonwwrow
JBtt 05 Mixed and bu butehern toners 47w5 4633j0 > G good
to choice heavy 4 46062010 SJ rough heavy
4780490 light 4304SO bulk of sales les 45 4 15 15SheepReceipts
JW85 JW85Sheep
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 600 Strong to higher higherVi
foid to cholje wethers 445e Vi fair to tochoice r rchoice
choice mired iTSfNto iTSfNtoKansas 37W4QKansas
Kansas City Feb FebCittleBecetpt54 FebCittleBecetpt54two 5 Cattle Receipts
two Market steady Native steers stes 35u
15405 NS southern steers 34413 t4413 southern southerncowuil3l southerncows
cowuil3l cows 13260t76 a75 native COWB cow and heifer
17MM stoefcors and feeder 25WWUO
bulls 2MMS calves 4Z5t3O aif L3d western westernteers westernpteers
pteers teers 9109125 western Cows 175 134i 134iHogsReceipts r3Vi r3ViHGSI
HGSI HogsReceipts Receipts 70W Market 5 cents centslower
lower Balk of sale 470490 Heavy Hear4J5IO
iSaft63 packers 4T5i4 pigs o oSheep ana
lights ISufHTS 447iSheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts iouO 1 J steady Mutt
tons a75fHdO lamb 4J0666 rang rangvetheraii784f4 rangewethers
wethers vetheraii784f4 ZTh154Z ewes 7f35 7f35Omaha 75633s5Omalt
Omaha Febl Psh 5 3CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts liw liwMarket I IMarket
Market steady Native steers 336 3O0cows 06 06cows
cows and hei htttrs en rlbOs375 96376 caanhet caanhetJ50e caisnacraL5041tm
J50e L5041tm L59 stacker and feeders 2 t264P5Si t264P5Sicalves i K Kcalves
calves 3003625 2oO635 bulls stags etc iWfp Z4OijflogsReceIpts
38J 38JHogs
Hogs flogsReceIpts Receipt lWO Market lower lowerHeavy owe oweHeavy
Heavy 4Sg4SJ mixed 470 47015475 475 light light4eMN75 lIghtf0624
4eMN75 f0624 pig 375fri50 bulk of sale saleers2We370 sales47046O
47046O 47046OSheepReceipts =
SheepReceipts 4500 Market general generalstedy
stedy Westerns 11062479 wetbers 3
62429 ewes t00 common and atoo atooer62401527O
ers2We370 tafafce 3a 4MG6S6 4MG6S6Coffea t10 66t 66tCoffee
=
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew
New York Feb 5 6The The market for cof coffee coffee ¬
fee futures opened steady at an advance advanceof
of 1K30 points but hi sympathy with withthe withthe
the sensational break in cotton almost alraotiimmediately almostmmediateiy
immediately broke to a nut loan of about aboutJWHO
JWHO points with September down to toThe 5 < > 5 5The
The decline however attracted buy buyin3 in inpy 5 5by
by py important trading Interests and prior priorp prc prcSoon <
p Soon on rallied The w wl4s rld s visible stati statiwent tattWent
went showed a decrease for the th month monthof monthof
of January of 445 44660 ban helped the thvmarket theinarket
market somewhat and while the receipts receiptsreported rceeiptreported
reported for yesterday were full on tho thoaverage I ho hoaverage
average the interior i 3vtflts > oints called for forsmaller forsnadler
smaller Qsures and private advices fore forecasted forscagted ¬
casted lighter receipts in the near f futur futurIh1s utur uturThis >
This attracted a renewal of outside de demand Jornand ¬
mand to soine extent and the market was wasfinally wa wafinally
finally steady at a decline of 10 point pointto I Ito
to an advance of 10 points most of the thjactive theactive
active iKWtttJoner being 3 points lower lowerSales lewelSales
Sales were reported of 423750 bag in including ineluding ¬
eluding February 62S March 645 April
645656 May 650eS June 7 July JulyGoaf710 July6204P720
Goaf710 August 68Q 655I720 T September sv sv7J8 b
627 7J8 October 7094B7X November 7K 710Thcombor
Thcombor l1Iit765 January 7 40
The coffee exchange willbe closed Fct
tt andll andllI andILSugrRaw
I Sugar SugrRaw Raw firm fair refining 2 2733 2733JS
JS 215 centrifugal 9 test 3 111S molasses molassessupar mOItISCOSsegaj
supar segaj 2 183t3 rUined steady steadyMetal steadyNil
Metal Nil Market MarketNew 4l
New York Feb 4TIn Tin had a sharp sharpadvance sharpadvance
advance In the I London ndon market today us usthe nathe
the result of speculative consideration considerationdosingWith conzlderatlolelosthgwIth
dosingWith spot at 3 7s iid d net higher st t t19C
19C 18s while futures advanced fi 1 to to126is
186 126is 5s Ixt Loesllytin lly tin was firmer in syrr syrrthy syrtpathy
pathy thy with the foreign gains closing at atW3825
2110622665 2110622665Copper W3825 W3825Coppar
Copper also wa was firm abroad spot ad advancing advancinr ¬
vancing 5s to 9S 2s Cd d in the London Londonmarket Londomarket
market with future 2s fcl higher at at12B atn
12B n M d Locally copper wan unchang unchangLake unchangeIlAke
Lake is quoted at 1234fl243 l2Z74U62 electroly electrolytte electroltie
tie 1S3S 1t2S41t10 U and ciltiag at 1212 12lD1o 12lD1ol1274 a aLead
l1274 l1274Lead
Lead was unchanged at 445 4454l 4y > 5n the thalocal thelocal
local market and at 11 tl is 3 in London LondonSpelter LOlirlOIlSpelter
Spelter WHS unchanged here ana and abroaa abroaacloslnp abroateloslngJoqally
closlnp eloslngJoqally Ja ally at 490S4 and at 31 1s 1sIn 1CIn
In London LondowIroB LondonIros
IroB CloSed at Ste in Glasgow and and74d 42 42744t1
74d In Mfddlesboro Locally iron was wasnominally wa wanominally
nominally unchanged Jo I foundry foundrynorthern foundrnorthern
northern 15 15060t55 < XWJC No 2 foundry north northern northern ¬
ern 14 1400621100 wmdO No 1 foundry southern southernand soutbfrnand
and No 1 foundry southern soft J755 J755M2S 5v s
M2S
4 4The
The Breedon Office Supply Core Co Coare
are re acjente for forThe forThe
The Globe Wernicke Filing CaMtts CahiastsU < s
U
16 ounces of Satisfaction Satisfactionin
in n every pound can of ofBAKING ofThR
ThR CROWN CROWNBAKING
BAKING POWDER POWDERThree POWDIRThree
Three Crown Means MeansHighest MeansHighest
Highest Quality QualityThat j jYou
You Pay Fr FrYou
You et etThat
That is the way ih > Burlington Burlingtonruns
runs its dining < m 4r business businessand businesaand
and what you get is good goodThe goodThe
The above expresses the basU basUof basiof =
of tly popularity of Burlington Burlingtondining Burlingtondinlpg
dining can It is an actual fact factthat factthat
that the service and food in inBurlington InBurlington
Burlington dining cars equal equalthat equalthat
that of ay highgrade restaur restaurant restaurant ¬
ant you can call to mind and andthe andthe
the prices as a general rule are areIftss areOne
Iftss IftssOn
On One 6t o the best ways of be becoming beearning ¬
coming popular is to minister ministerkiUu1y ministerskftfully
kiUu1y to the need of the in inner inslot ¬
slot man and nd what we want is isdeserved istienerved
deserved popularity popularityBurliaston popoIarit3Burlington
Burlington diners on all Bur BurUngton BurUiitOn
Ungton train from Denver DenverTICKETS DenverTICKETS
TICKETS
79 9 West Second Sbuth Street StreetF
Sn F NESLEN Genera Agent AgentNotice AgentSALT
SALT CITY
It ItNotice
Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe
The annual meeting of ftocfehcldnre of oforation ofthe
the Daly WestMing cssrnpaT a cor cornorntioti
oration ot Color Colerath ad c frtn frtner mr I le election 1 1lr
lr ciors and the usnagettos e svh eth ether
er basl busiliedS ss as a may lawfully come before beforeit
it will be heft hqj at t the office of the com comIWBY cornri64s
IWBY rJoinUls ri64s ° Boston iufklMig I lonver > onver onverMowday
Ymd oMoudaN Mowday February 11 1901 1901Daly lol lol5C4e1kdim
5C4e1kdim ef ef5fretary
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