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I Mill on Nelson Property lakes itaketTest lakesl aks
l 1 Test T tBln inn of ofARE 800 Ton TonARE
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i J C Russell and u nd Will I C Fedder p FeddePittibur of ofPittburc the theFuubur
Fuubur Pittburc Kyndteate which wbichtLe is oncratUBc oncratUBcthe
1 1the the Nelson Ne1a mine 08 at Mountain KountaiAIt C4 cy y Splko SplkoIounty Iko IkoCunty
Iounty ISuvada lIiuv uvda came in from camp campThursday C8IBPhuJSdq cspTh9rdp
Thursday Mr Russell took the th evening eveningtrain eveningtrein veD1nKtrin
It train tor 4 the east it and Mr Psadcr P 4der the themanager th thnaIiater I
manager f the property stopped top topuntil aver averuntil everu
until u nW last 1a ulfht when he went back to tocamp totamp tu4W9
camp campManuer tampj 4W9I
j I Manuer Pedder stated that he e had hadDrought
1 Drought ever vr 1 a handsome bar o two t tw of ofpoid ofocS oftod
poid ocS bull buW1l r that resulted from the test testrun teatun testtin
run un of ta little IItti milling plant on ontJae ontJaeproperty the theTerty thePFperty
property Terty > bile some rich coneentrates coneentratesbeen COU5e1tite5flsd
hacf flsd been iii II l d up for shipment fbi lbeu val valti viiof
ti of the biUlion tJl llon he declined to give ive that thatbeioc thetbelug
beioc a utter in which he considered consideredthe consi sred sredthe
tb the pvbttc < had no concern He stated statedhowever Statedbowvr
however that t at since the starting of the theplant theplant thePIflt
plant something son thing over two weeks ago isoof Me Meton lilttolUl
ton tolUl of r rCI to < k had been treated with ltb antis satisfactory tistactory antisfLtory ¬
factory txt rtuIts < uits In fact so sO well did the themill themill thenull
mill behave behi a that it had been decided to toadd toadd tondd
add four inure Frue vanners vanDe at once o lce thus thusdoubling tlawsdoubllDg thusdoubling
doubling the table capacity and at the thesame e eJ
1 J same time put in a number of Burners BurnersThe slimersI limenj
j The mill has been closed down pending pendingthe pea4jDCthe
the installation of the new equipment equipmentRegarding equipmentJ equIpnentRegarding
Regarding Reg arCUDg conditions at t the mine Man Manager lIanI1r Mani ¬
i ager ir Pedd Fsddar r said they t could hardly be bebetter bebetter
dtuD evl evlthe
better On I1r the 600 i or yloe lower tunnel level levelthe levelthe
the south drift in the vein has been sent sentout eeDtout sentout
out a distance of 125 feet in a toO breast breastof
J C of 1 ore two feet of which runs about IOUtpel VOG VOGpci 809 809ei
pel ei ton In gold old and silver and Which WIdobbe1nc is isft 5 5being
being acktd cad tor shipment 1e tile north aorthdrift northdrift
ft drift has h been run thirtyfive foot with witht withthe
t the lIe values running about the same as a on onthe onI onthe
the south side de The north drift shows showsthe showsthe we wethe
the vein eln to be wider and richer along the thebottom theb thebottom
bottom b ttom and wider thau it is in the top toph topThe topThe
The lhow showing i Indicte to Manager Fed Pede Fedder
e dH that the workings deep as they are areluAve arehivi
I h luAve ve not begun to reach the richest por portion port pertltn ¬
tion t ion of the mine and the future be con coneiders coniJtira conalders
eiders to b be of the beet beetMr bestMr beetMr
Mr Pedder repor reports a great eat deal of ao aotivty ac acfity antivty
tivty in the district at the present pre ent time timeMen tim
j 1 Men are going in from ail directions and andwork andj andwork
work is i being constantly commenced on onrew on3ew
rew 1 W properties He consider that the thecamp theamp thecamp
camp is r estined to rank with the best in inthe 1Dt Inthe
j the t he west and with the advent of capital capitalmany capitalmaoy capitalmany
many splendid mines mln wiU be speedily speedilyopened speedilYf1
opened f1 ened up The permanency of the ledges ledgesuia ledgesbeen I Ii
uia > i been demonstrated In the Nelson Nelsonworking Nelsoneork1ng
working so he can conceive of nothing nothingto
to hold back investments other o condi conditions condluona condiHans ¬
Hans being Ideal IdealSWAH8EA Ideal8WA1ISIIA WealSWANSxA
SWAH8EA MBAi LL 9JTTLL O1T O1TProperty OJrJropeIt OWProperty
Property May y Tat YGo Oo to totJut Out th TTattod UatWatat tIait TTattodIt
1 atat atatIt 8tit Oppiy OppiyA
A It begiaa to look as though oucb the report reportthat 1 POrttht reportthat
that the pending deal de between be the Swan Swansea afl aflI ¬
I sea and United States company was wU off offwas oftas
1 1 was as a t false alarm At any rate J M MWheeler IIWheeler UI
I Wheeler of the South Swansea who was wasin waslit
in from camp between trains yesterday yesterdayfrays yesterdaytas yesterdaythere
frays there is about half a doseD men menMill mentill menilill
Mill till at work sampling the Swansea mine mineWhat 11I1 11I1bat
2 What bat it all mean Mr Wheeler Wh did not notjn notirrtend
irrtend jn tend to know but the fact that ex experts gfHUI ixI ¬ I
1 I perts fHUI rt are still at work make it plain plaintuat plaiDnat plaintiat
tuat nat a deal of some kind is still WI pending pendingAt i iAt
At first it was thought Chat it was the theUmgham theL thel3itigham
Umgham L company which had taken up upthe UPthe upthe
the proposition but it later developed that thatit tbtI
it was the United States company companyWhether eom COlnpaJlYVLether y yteth
I Whether teth r it is the idea tp buy the mine mineon mineoutright m1neoitrIght
on outright i right or simply contract for the sul sulIliidc sulI
J jhil lid which it contains has not
I Iliidc ores or yet yetifuked yetakd yetaktd
1 ifuked akd out of a very narrow channel but butthe butthto butttie
the supposition Is that purchase is the theKami tlteauw the1arnt
< 1arnt Kami auw Were ere it otherwise it would hot hotin botw lintnecessary
in w necessary to sample and measure eazure ure up upthe P
1 1 the t he ore bodies for enough to known of ofthe OfU ofth
U the grade of the or ore to figure on its itstreatment Itai ItsI
i I treatment atment in any quantity without withoutto going goingto
1 to the expense and bother of determining determiningthe
the t ht volume of ore in sight and its I pre prei I Ile
1 i ie e metallic contents contentsMen contentsMfn contentsMen
Men who are posted declare that the thei
i I irfted States company is t determined to totuard toI toi
tuard i uard UB rd against the day though remote it itmay ItJnay ItIflay
may be when the tonnage of sulphides sulphidesirom suiphidesirom S Sfrom
irom its lt Bingham mines min will be inade inadeMuate Inadequate insdouate
Muate uate to meet the full needs of fluxing fluxingfor
I for I the cres of its CentenaialBureka CentenaialBurekaproperty Centena1alEurekaOpeMy CentenaIalNureaproperty
property OpeMy The latter mine it to dee deeIll declared declaredwill dadstedi
i will Ill produce an enormous tonnage for fortwenty fortwenty fortwenty
twenty year or more to come and with withone WIthHue withne
one ne or both of the Swanseas within its ftsKrapp tatra itsjrasp
Krapp tra p the United States company weuld wouldbe weuldbe I
be forever independent Inde ndent on the ore of ofi offluxing I Ifluxing
i fluxing rock Besides the metallic con contents CQDtpnts contnta
tents of the Swansea ore are sufficient to toinsure toInsure toI
insure I nsure some profit in its handltojg band bandthe so sothe sothe
the ownership of the property would u1d be bea
a feood ood business busln businesslnvestmeat investment anyhow anyhowMINING ujbowXINDlG anyhowMINIXG
Stock Exchange Appointment AppoIntlDatJlor 3fJs4 3fJs4Work da daWork
Work Par Salt Lake LaJuPrevious LakeF LakeFrvjoui
Previous F to his hi departure for Ute Ut east eastyesterday eaetterday eastieterday
yesterday terday James 1 A Pollock president of ofthe Ofthe Ofthe
the Salt Lake Mining and Stock Ex Exchange Exhangt z zchange ¬
change appointed W H Tibbala C CHudson CHudson B BHudson
Hudson and Timothy Egan as delegates delegatesto
to the approaching session o of the Amer Amerlian AIDerkan Arniet
lian t fl Mining congress at Portland Ore OreThese Orehf5e OreThree
These hf5e delegates will represent represontthe the miniu miniuexchange II IIxchange mining miningchange
exchange change in person as each of them theminterested m Is IsInterested isIntereeted
interested not only in the work of the thejoining theJllnlng thii
joining i nlng congress s but in the welfare were of the theinstitution t tinstitution thiInstitution
institution which they represent and the thecity thel thet
city l t ity tv and state as well wellMr wellMr wellMr
Mr Mr Tibbais has been working in injult a acuifct e
cuifct 4 iiitt way Wi for some e time peat as a seem member 1DeIDbr seembr ¬
br of the Commercial clubs committee committeemi
mi t mining for the success auec of the coming comingsession eominaesslon comingessIofl
session of the congress and to arouse e an aninterest aaInterest sftInterest
interest in the proposition to have Salt SaltLake 8alt5lkf SaltLeke
Lake 5lkf made the permanent headquarters headquartersf
< > f the congress Several other mining miningmen seininginon lac lacmen
men and brokers broke have also shown a dis disrjsition diaJsition dis70itlOfl
rjsition to start the ball rolling ro andwithin and aDdwIthin andwithin
within the next few days ft to expected expectedtnat e epectedthat pecte4 pecte4flat
flat a concerted move will be made by bythe bythe bytiie
the governor overnor mayor S7OT president pre ojt the theommercial theommercial theomxnercI1
ommercial clu cluthat club and others to e ee to it itthat itthat
that Salt Lake and Utah capture the therit theprize theprize
prize prizeIt
rit It has been suggested su that Senator SenatorK enatorearna Dator DatorKfarn
Kfarn K earns Samuel Kewhouse David Keith Keithv
W v 8 McCornick Simon and J E Bam Bamberger Bamberger Barnberger
berger Colonel E A Wall John J Daly DalyC
C E Loose W W Chlsholm and all of ofthe oft ofthe
the t he other big operators Might ht do worse worseihan worsethan worsethan
than to take an active part in bringing bringingthe b nc ncI
I the he home of the congress to this city dbI and andit
I it 1 is argued that if they or anum anumthem a numise Of Ofi
i hem t would get at together tocetherproptMlition and give the theproposition
1 proposition a ooost booitltwoUld it would wooJeli saraiy emei win winTUN winTIMTIC
i TUN lDlTlC TIC OKB OKBWeeks Ukm UkmWeeks
1 Weeks Product of Xtea and xm fa faI 1
136 Carloads CarloadsSpecial Car1eadaSpecial carloadaSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldEureka Heraldureka HeraldEureka
Eureka June 24 UFlfteea Fifteen mine sent sentout saltout t tout
out 133 cars containing 4099 4 4t tons of ore oreand ereand oresnd
and three cars of concentrates during the theweek theweek theweek
week en ling yesterday The Gemini re resumed resumed ¬
sumed I lading from the secondclass secondclassdump secondclassdump ecoadela8eump
dump ump s iding out nineteen cars of dump dumpore dumpandllx
ore and andllx ix car of firstclass flratc from the themine tilemine t tmine
mine be Mammoth sent oat fifteen fifteenrs tift tiftIS fifteenarL
< arL rs IS p pt t of which was 3309 ere The TheYankee TheY TheYankee
Y Yankee ia 18 six more cars readyto readJI to ship shipThe IIhtThe shipThe
The ou mt was divided a as follows followsAjax folio
1 7 Ajax AjaxbullVin 3 3BulIJm IBulUn
BulIJm Beck 4 4tarisa 4ar8a 4arias
arias ar8atomu 7 7Cornu1 7CornU
Cornu1 pta 01 1 1Centen 1tlntell 1entev
Centen tlntell ial 1alEureU Eureka vv 4f 4fKagie aEagle
Eagle Bh Bien Bell sll sllflerurn w t j J
Jemin < uVi > f fGrand
a Grand rand entral itrIManit tr IS ISMamn
Mamn Iamali A kSouth Si SiSontb 11 11Soutb
I South ajattsea t tftiite tr 2Tttite
ftiite > taabeaai 1 1Tncle 1eeietratea
f frnela
Tncle aa 1 1i
i rnela nclc m < e4bcotrates eeietrateaV12t0 te s sVioto tI
I Vioto Vi V12t0Yank tOi S SROADS
T Yank 31 2 2Toa
j Toa I
1 ROADS BO i DS onor oPiTO TO LOON CaunpL CaunpLanaji m mr
r t 1bI1aI Mana anaji i J 1 > cf ofArrh X I41t I41tAzrl at Vadmr VadmrArri
Arri > Camp Camps C mp mpI
I J Z tk mai Lt P Per
er s mines f eS in indif 1 Idir < i iter
dif leI county Idaho ca oiue oiuec < u r ii iiday i uoi uoiI
I c day morning He report th thKS the
1 KS 5 opened during the winte wintei
uI i Ii < up s 1leJJdldly ple ddly and eays sy the theia thei thein
ia i > in fine fip physical condition
4 1 iI i > fi t tf t puck fciin bnimd bnimdlih > ls
lih i n In f fI tpast
j L Lr LI LI Lr Loc
I r past ft
< = r oc II J
put to work orl ou tbt tb new wagon road and andb andbr4r
b btolL forc the tt nason has h s grown rown very oW oWhe 0101he Oldbe
he fxptcts to he bringing hringi out ore with withttuna withhuns withttun3 I
huns instead of pack animals animalsMr animalMr animabMr
Mr trlack uys th the reason n promises promisesto
to b be an active one in the new rimp ctm and andhw andwill andhe
hw will return n urn to kep ice p things thlu moving at athi atOIUI1IJa uthis
hi his oDmpiuiys OIUI1IJa 1 prooerties < during the uexi uexifew nettfew
few days daysXV
Beaten Oeelogist GeslogiztStops loc Stops Over to IA IAapaet IatIpI Inst
tIpI Bingham ham Con xmWO MinesProfessor Mines KineeProfessor
Professor W WO O Crosby Crolb head of the thegeological theaeolotrlcal thegeological
geological department dt partlftent of the Boston Col Colson Colece Cclloge
loge of Te Technology < hno ae aompauled ompanied b by E KIj j
L Whiter White Jr son of President White of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Bingham nam Consolidated and B U Utegel Uliagel
tegel 8Iege1 a pupil of the professors profes aors came in infrom Introat Intress
from Boston Thursday ldy evening Yester Yesterday Yeaterda Yesterday ¬
day da yUae the he visitors V went out to Bingham to totook tolook tolook
look over the properties of the Bingham Binghamdompany1 Blnghamenrnpsn
dompany1 dompany1The BinghamI I Iwhere I
The patty to en eamute route to Nome Alaska Alaskawhere
where wit Professor Pro soi Crosby by i Ia charged with withthe 1I1dttlae withthe
the examination of a placer proposition propositionfor I
for r Boston operators As soon as his hisbusiness hisDualities I
business in the north ha baa been finished finishedthe ftnJshedthe finishedthe
the professor and his companion will re return ret iCtUrk ¬
turn t here and spend some little time in inmaking ina Inmaking
making a study stud of the Bingham Consoli Consolidated ConaoKdated Consolldated ¬
dated and other mines of the old roll reliable rclable ¬
able camp campUttle campM1zxG
Uttle Uttle Fellows XW Bold Koldwny Sway 7 anJ and Good OoodStrength oo4 oo4BtI GoodStrength
Strength is IBOWB IBOWBThe howaThe 1howThe
The little fellows had an inning IBIlinaon ± again againon
on the mining II1lntn exciange Grand Central CeDtnilbeing Cent Centbeing Centralbeing
being the only stock ato k to change hands aD the theselling tb tbsellJDg theselling
selling value of which was over n J 1 Trad Trading TradIng TradIng ¬
ing was light all around but prices were werewell werewt1i werewell
well maintained maintainedCarisa maintainedCari maintainedCans
Cans a was waaaUolWJ Mron strong at t Cc to C ¼ e Sacra Sacramento acramento Oseramento ¬
mento was hardly up to the mark at 14e 14eto 1414eto 14eto
to 14c I c while Silver Shield shot up from from4fec flCllR4c from4c
4c to Sc c Uncle Sam was stiff in the themorning themornln themorning
morning at lifec to la 151 c though a few fewodd fewodd fewodd
odd lots were allowed to go at 1 lc lcTonopahBeliont 4c 4cTonopahBelntont c cTonopahBebaont
TonopahBelntont sold at 74c 4c and Grand GrIlClCentral GrandCentral GrandCentral
Central at HSs HSsDuring laDuriaa U UDuring
During the day a total tf l of 378M 37 37with shares shareswith shareSwith
with a setting value of 93MM3 3Oi OIL 11 11haDd changed changedhands changedhands
hands closing quotations being bel posted as asfollows asfoDowa asfoliows
follows followsCarisa
iPoreiiooDwAftIn iPoreiiooDwAftInMid I Foneoobo II nterDOo
Mid II BId BIdAlICe Bid is isCaries
AlICe 111 > I IUl
Ul N f I ICana
Caries CarisaCon G14 OS 44
Con Mercur MercurCreole lIercura ercur 4 22 33 33reole 33roolo
Creole rooloDaly 1 1Daly 1 50 pi iO iODaly
Daly 1 i 4 260 IiO 227 I LXII4 2 2fcB IDaly 2DalyJmige
DalyJudge Daly DalyJudgeDalyWest ge 1 i4 4t8 i 4C 4CSl 42 5 f fDalYWest 4i 4iDalyWest
DalyWest DalyWestE f I 210 I 210 fcB j I f 34I3 34I3LaB DJj
E LaB LaBGauss B B B BGalena fIt 1iI J
Galena O GalenaO Central CentralHorn t 4 t s Sl i JliiiE 41 4 4Born I I
Horn Slrfir SlrfirIngot J Oltss IS I r 1ti i 1 1lnaot 1Ingot I
Ingot IngotLittle IngotUttIeBI1
Little UttIeBI1 Bell BellL 1i Jilt JiltL 10 1 j f 1
L I Mammoth MammothMay MaamothM 14 17si J 34 i 111 1 1May
May Day 14t tsI tsIMammoth iG14
Mammoth MammothMontTono 1 117 JJI 115 121 1ftMontlono 221MontTons
MontTono MontTonoOntario U4 J 2J Z 25 256Ontario
1 I
Ontario OntarioPetro rt If LW 4 4R i i 216 400 400Petro
Petro PetroRoccoH PetroRoecoH 04 I
RoecoH RoccoHSilver 56 90 50 OSacramento 56Sacramento
Sacramento U 14 1 l4i 14 14 141 14Silver
Silver SilverSilver Ktaa 000 409 51 4t 4tM 4tCarisa 056 056Sliver 50 I I8i1
Silver SilverS 8i1 ver Shield 8hJeIdS M 041 041S
S Swansea SwanseaStar Ihran8aafnO w4 Th 41 7 7Star
Star Con ConSunshine fnO i iil 10 10Sunshine 1 18WDIIQ
Sunshine SunshineSwansea 00 00 00Swenson
Swansea SwanseaToaopah 10 51 n 4 4Toaopal1 10 10Toflopah
Toaopah ToaopahTono 7i US L75 7 t tTO 110 110TonoBelmt
TO Oolielmt 1J 1JToaollicL 1 i iToneMid
ToaollicL ToneMidUtah Tono TonoUtah 1i 1iUtah
Utah UtahUncle to it itUncle 11Uncle
Uncle Sam c 1 1U 163 t 15J 16 15 15L 1S 1SVictor
U a 8 Mining uS uSVictoria aM t tVictoria
Victoria VictoriaBoston Victor I 1 100 100Boston 1 1Boston
Boston Con ConButlerLib 600 iSt 610ButlerlAb
ButlerLib ButlerLibCentury 1 l 1 1Century l1 l1Century M
Century 00 Ii ft ftlilQ 70Jim
Jim Butler ButlerEmerald ButlerEmerald 15 15EmeraIcI
Emerald EmeraldGolconda EmeraIcIGolconda EmeraldGoleonda
Golconda GolcondaLa
La Rome ReineLittle R ne 44 01 01a 00Little
Little Chief i f 0fl 00 l lMacasmare
Macasmare a t 10 a 00 00Jifartha
Ji Jifartha artha W 0 1 11 tIV II I INew 11 11New
New York YorkRA 11 wI wIR
R RA RATetro A A ttV
Tetro 11 11Vietor 00 70 30 30Victor
Victor Con ConWabash
Wabash Yankee WabashYankee Coaii Con ii tI 33 r5 r5YIM 10 4 10 10cselan
YIM lt ltCarla
Carla 1 1May 1MIPI t0998Ce seller eIIeIMay aillorMay 3 3i4c
May Day DayC f facramento d34c d34cSacramento
Sacramento IiOOUC IiOOUClc i4c 5ISl4 5008110 5008110Opam jIS jIS14c
lc C seller 30 30SUver 30Silver
Silver Jlver Shield 7 7TonopahBeiuont e eTODopahBebaont e eTonopahBelzaont
TonopahBeiuont TonopahBeiuontUncle ije ijeTIncle Berude
Uncle Sam 9000 lDV1I 300f1cLSSS06 f AI AIc 20000 200001c
1c c
Opam OpensS OpensSws Xeej Xeeji aeu
i ws D Carisa at te IeI k
660 Carisa at O4e Icws
100 Sacramento atacralBento at atBiher 1 1SM 11 11ws
SM Silver Shield at
1000 1 Silver Shield at atrnele
500 Uncle Sam Sa at Sp SpShares aU 10 10Shares
Shares sold 94 M8eWnc 24Selling 98 98Selling
Selling value U28K 1M8Atten iL iLMoa U28KAfternoon
Atten MoaCation Afternoon feka fekaCarisa I ICarl8a
Carisa LOOO 1 10001c 10001cGrand B4 I IGrand
Grand Central Centralfiacrameoco 00
fiacrameoco L LSilver 1BIIver
Silver Shield CI1traJIi i i MSNc UIIe 1N 1NFlOG
ic UOOf 61tc
61tcu u
FlOG Con Mereur ercor at 1 Sic Ierou 3eIto i iSOU
Ito Sacramento at atlf14c 14c 14cam
200 am T Ttotrg ttro at 33 33Share Dc DcShares 30tObares
Share soul 1 1Selling 13 13Selling 13000 13000Selling
Selling value valueWew i iYork 143075 143075New
New York Xiainc mJd acAda ialiig tacks tacksSan tocksAdams
Ada Adams Con 3SOiitarto 3SOiitartoAlice 121I 121IAlice
Alice Etari Ophir 0 0Breece
Breeee IIiEr 1Oi1iOon1s oem 111 17 17Corn
Com Tupnel Qtoei 01 01ConCV
ConCV on C v 1 1I0S5vge IJav 011 1I 1IHorn 14Born
Horn Silver 1 1Oterrn tI evada 31 31Inn 31ken
Inn Stiver 1 15JmH all15 all15Lead sep00 15 15Madvlile
Lead Madvlile ille Co ConStaU4aTd Stan rd rdUttle 240 240Little
Little CJ efSaa 001 001San
San SaaAlta Yrancisao Pss TaTains ng Stodca StodcaAha ItookeAIta
Aha AhaBelsher 4J Ii Iie1
Belsher BelsherBest l3jMeijta e1 Iraa IraaBeat 00 00Beat
Beat = Belcher BelcherBullion 1 1llOIOeeideatal Con 11 11HuUlon 7 7Bullion
Bullion BullionCaledonia 1 lOfOphir Ir Irrman J JCaledonta L LCidonta
Caledonia CaledoniaChai I0aeiman I0aeimanCliii rman rmantosi 1IQDChat
Chat Con ConChollar 1fotoaI tosi tosivage t08fChoUar 00 00Chollar
Chollar ChollarConfidence 005avageI17 005avageI17Confidence r vage l
Confidence ConfidenceCon edr vageBelcher Belcher Belchererra W WCon 01on 111
Con on C ft V VCon 1 Ierra erra N Nevada M4rvadaCon vada vadaSilver 24 24Con
Con lmi imperial eruil eruilCrown OjSIlver Silver Bilv r Hill HillllJni 01 01Crown
Crown Point PointGuu llJni 11 UItlnIon tJaiee o Con ConGould 111 25 25Gould
Guu Gould id curry WUtsh lutah rbcoo Con CosTeBow IS is1Iai4
Hal < Nor 00Ypw Y TeBow Jacket JacketBflBtast D 1 1Adventure
BflBtast a ny Itonim ItonimAdventure
Adventure I 130 1 iMobawk iMobawkAJlouea 41 41Allou 4100 4100Aliou
Allou AJlouea 660 50 Mont C A C CAmaL 0050 0050ArnaL
AmaL it 6640 OM Ooatin OoatinAmn 1al 1alZinc 1312 1312Ama
Ama Zinc 939 t 10 Oseeota OseeotaAtlantic a aAtlantic 0000 0000Atlantic
Atlantic 8 500 9 Parrot ParrotBtagham PanotIIInlrham ParrotMngham
Btagham J2 2Z1f 2Z1fCal Quiney QuineyCaL 0100 0100OiL
CaL A Hecla CV09 ea Shannon ShannonCentennial ShannonCentennial 5
Centennial it 15 wl Tamarack TamarackDaly 0000 0000Cop
Cop 24a 7 lllldW t tDaly 301 301Daly
Daly West st S p10 LDomln C tatea tea undor undorDetain I
Detain Coal 44 4400 < 0 U UFranklin t S 11lq1ag 11 11JIra 2100 2100Franklin
Franklin JIra nldln 7 76 1418 P PGrancy t 8 8011 Oil i iS HeQ 10 10Grancy
Grancy S LOS fftah fftahg0 tt ttIsle Clab 10 10isle 11 11Ie
Isle Ie Rmale 809 g0 Vfc Victoria VictoriaMass Victoriala 210 210Mass
Mass Mining 4 4M > < ft Winooa WinooaMkhigan 100 100Michigan
Michigan Jllebi n 37i I i WolverIne JWolvcrineUtah W olvel l J 7150 7150Utah J cUtaJa
Utah UtaJaf8 Stocks in Boaton JoatoliSeefal BoatonSpecial
f8 Special to The Herald BerakJoIune He HeraldBostun raid raidBoston
Boston Mass oIune June junetcppe JlC JlCsomewhat were wereaom weresomewhat
somewhat aom neglected today There was a
fal faltt taltng ng off in UtJfcTand Uth aDdH and H BL 1 1rumored ltofsrs was W5 W5runwe0
rumored r8t to be a seller of the i iHigh italic italicClosing
C CHiP Closing ClosingSales
Sales High Low Lowly Bid Ask Askl AskAmal21100
Amal21100 l 000 t1 Wd 10 4s 4sUtah
1 S I
ly West Westixur w II
ixur ixurr I
r Stated StatedUlaa t II JI I IV
Utah V i iBoston 1i r 3I 3IBostoa I
Boet Boston D Con Conla 0 5 5 5In ti tiJ
la lJc atJiIe So > tfca tk tkt XUUaiui XUUaiuif 1 1it
it f Maaager Harvey Hardy of the Midland Midlandcompanys JlkUaI1dlNU1ya Midland00panYs
companys lNU1ya properties near Battle Moun Mountain Mounta Mounlath ¬
lath ta Nov v aBle < < down from n Ogden yes yesterday ye yeaterday ¬
terday with samples aampl of ore f from r m the mint mintflntte mine8lnt
flntte 1Da this tb organisation < jf f tlit tlI rompauy rompauya Impall ImpallalbOft
a short tim ago a uit tt has lit botn put putdown I Ito In
down n t to a4 a adepth pth of rt ny t i k < t 1 I ii l is is th thiathntton t tblnZhnton h hnfentlQa
iathntton to keep Qb n si 1lUJ Suinj uiiUi nil tm Im Imfoot 1 1loot i in
foot level is reached and d then explore the thevtla thevtla
vtla in both n directions directiunaThe directionsThe n I IThe
The Midland U a allverl sllverlad ad prooosition prooositionOf
Of m r re than ordinary merit and nd the com company compaDY cornfly ¬
pany fly i i is ca COtlttjt fMint f f making a big j IJlO IJlOlleer Ilroroq > n noac >
lleer oac r roq of I I IM
Mstal M t tui l Market Marketf I
CI lIyr IiS r 1 11 ss lKT tnCj tnCjClII sutUcasting
f ClII > l > ij < r casting ca5tin < llo 1J per pound poundLtu pound1kLit poundff1
Ltu 1kLit l m ore 01 > KM 3tI New Xe turk urk 4O 420 8W 8WOre S SOre 810Ore
Ore and Bullion
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Co amounted OUDtedt to Sfi7IIO 67t dO as follows Sil Silver BUver 011ver ¬
ver lead I sd gold and copper ores ort 326090 326090base 60Ibue 26000base
base bullion 323100 gold otd bars 38500 38500Mining ts tsJIiuiDg 18500Uliting
Mining Votes VotesBroker JJ JJBroker MotesBroker
Broker James A Pollockpulled Po1lo pulied out for forthe torthe forthe
the cast yesterday ye erday afternoon afternoonThe afteruoonThe
The directors of the Sfteha company eoipaayheld companyheld t
held their regular monthly mOIlbl meeting yes yesterday yetiterday yeiterdsy ¬
terday terdayManager terdayJlanapr terdsyS
S Manager H S Joseph vqt eqt out to toTintic tTinUc tOTintic
Tintic last night to leek attar matters at atthe atthe
the Cerise CarisaThe CarlaaThe CeriseThe
The Wabash company CO y levied a 5c as assessment a aeum asseasment
sessment eum nt yesterdajr y llterda wMeh will be delia delinquent dellnquent deliaquent
quent July 23 23Books Z3Books 23Books
Books close on the Tetro dividend to today tocia tOday ¬
day cia Payment wiil follow on the first firstday firstday firstday
day of the month monthFive monthFive I
Five cars of ore from tromTintlc Tintic were n era re re reported re reported
ported at the Taylor Ie Brunton sampler sampleryesterday sampleryesterday
yesterday morning morningThe morningTh j
The Th Utah companys s dividend of lo loshare 1 a aihare 1
share will be passed around among the thestockholder theteckhoioers 1
stockholder on Monday MondayW I
W V 8 8 Keyes the well ell known expert expertand expertftd expertsad
and geologist passed through throu h the th city cityThursday cityTb citYThursday
Thursday Tb y on his way to San Francisco FranciscoLafayette FrauciscoIlAfanUe 2rauciseoiLfaye
Lafayette HolsWok president of the
Grand Cefitral 1 lompany mpany was up u ui from
Provo yesterday terday on business busle connected connectedI connectedwith
I with lth the company companyO
O S Holmes nes who w o has bean looking lookingafter lookingafter
after melng intereston tn Ue coast t since sincethe sincethe
the sale by him laimot of the Angelus hotel ote1 at atLo atLoa atLos
Lo Loa Angeles will arrive from San Fran Francisco Frantoorrow Frandm0 ¬
cisco tomorrow tomorrowPMir toorrowul tOmorrowFour
Four car a of ore from TUttle and 00 two twofrom totroea twofroi
from Alta were retoatwd from m the thePioneer thePIoneer thePioneer
Pioneer sampler Ier yestordaV y The Alta Altaeonsignajnt Altat Ailsconsgnint
eonsignajnt t came from the th Continental Continentalcompanys Continentale Continental000tpenys
companys e mines minesFt minesn
Ft is expected that A A F Helden eJcleatlinr man managins menaging
aging director of the United States com company CQIDpanT cornpany ¬
pany will reach Boston today and that thatdend thatthe thatthe
the company will 4ect declare its InitJaJ divi dividend dlvidend
dend of We 5 a share shareMilan shareJlllan shareMIlan
Milan Packard Packard former manager of the theStar tbeStar theStar
Star Consolidated came up p from the thesouth the80uth thesouth
south yesterday morning morni to look after afterbusiness afterbusinees afterbusiness
business requiring ulrina his attention He left leftfor lefttor leftfor
for SpringvUle again on the evening train traini tna1nAck
i c Jack Ack Cr Creep en the Veteran eran Park CitY CitYmIning
mining inine man and original oriel locator of die
Kailuriver was down from camp yester yesterday yesterday yesterday
day Mr Green says ya he Is still willing to towager towacer towager
wager that there is a big mine in Nail Naildriver Naildriver
driver ground croundliae groundThe
I The directors of the t th Sacramento eru ento Gold Goldi GoldMinla
i Mining Minla company = win n meet today and post posta
a dlvtlleDd of 1040 er 1fIP tt f bare l on onooks onthe onthe
the elpital pttaJ stOck Tianater books ooks will willetose wflte1ollelilonday willclose
close e1ollelilonday Monday oflday evening and the th dittrtbution dittrtbu dietrlbution tribu tributton
tion will be made July lul 1 1N 1N 1N
N A Page the stock broker whose whosebusiness whosebuiness
business bu craft was wrecked on the ragged raggedshore rag raEgeoshore ea eare
shore re of adversity last Ia t year came from fromthe
the Park yesterday greeting old friends friendsand friendsand friendsand
and former fraternal associates He ha haS hasbees
been on the sick lit for the past several severalks eeveraiWCIPU severalweeks
weeks > ks and came down from caaip in the thehope
hope that the change would do him good goodArticles gOOiCAltkles go goArticles
Articles of incorporation of the Tidal TidalWave TidalWave TidalWave
Wave Mining A Milling WIl company of
Provo City were yesterday filed with withR
8ecfetaly of State Ie r Hammond
It i as us usa a capital stock at stoe of ot4iivide fW 00000 ao dividedInto divided dividedinto l lInto
into 800000 share at a par value of 4feents M Meents 10eents
eents each The company WILl 1iI operate in
Utah county The officers are Jaftne J
Pierce president nt William A Pierce vice vicepresident vicet viceJLI1 vineGLAIM
president presidentJULZ t
JLI1 JULZ T AJTD PaovaIOXChicago PfcOVUKOlfS PfcOVUKOlfSChicago vxsios vxsiosChicago
Chicago June 24 ZfA A cloudburst in Kan Kanis KantIUI
tIUI is 5 was chief among the causes of ofrong a atttoDC azon
tttoDC zon rong wheat market here today At the theclose tb tbeloec
close eloeeSeptember September wheat showed a a gain of ofCorn ofc
Sic c Corn is off a shade Oats are down downc
5c c Provisions are up 16 to 29c 29cUnder 30cUnder
Under the influence of higher her cables and andWet andWet andwet
Wet weather throughout out the west t and andsouthwest ancisoutbwest andsouthwest
southwest the th wheat market started out outftrong outroq out4trong
ftrong roq July opened 16 01M higher at 84 84s4
864 s4 Ji September wa waj up 8 at SOc Dur During DurIDa Duelug ¬
IDa th the first hour there was a good de demand d dIDaDd domind ¬
mind from commission houses hou es aid from fromshorts troaashorta fromshorts
shorts the delay to harvesting occa occasioned occaIoned occaMooed ¬
Mooed by heavy rains in Kansas and sue 8U1IO suerounding ur urrounding
rounding IO territory having haviD the main sUm stimulus sUmuw etimUWS ¬
ulus to buying Prices Prlc advanced to t 10for 8 iGI4 4
for July and JM4 to 80i4e c for September SeptemberLater 8eptemberLater SeptemberLater
Later in the day local bears sold moder moderately mo moately mode modeately ¬
ately and safe early buyers followed followedcausing followedcausing followedcausing
causing temporarily an easier tone The TheJuly Tlteu1y TheJuy
July u1y opttoe exhibited most lD weakness weaknessto 1Peakneselllng weaknessselling
elllng d dWp to 14 4f September 8e1t r eased off offto oItto offto
to 79 One Influence that prompted con considerable CODIddenable conaiderable ¬
siderable selling was a private crop rroptOrt re report 1wport ¬
port which wIic was construed as a bearish An Another Another Another ¬
other source of weakness s was news in re regard regard ccgard ¬
gard to the threshing thre hin of new wheat re returas retUrD8 yeturnS
turnS being described as very promising prof1isa prof1isaLiberal promisingLiberal
Liberal Argentine shipments which whi h had hadapparently h badapparently d dapparently
apparently been overlooked earlier in the theday theday theday
day tended to t depress the market With Within Within WIthIn ¬
in the last hour however the market was wasbullish washellish
bullish 111 A demand and for September de developed developed doveioped ¬
veloped a q a result of a large decrease In Inprimary InprbDary inprimary
primary oeipts < and because becau e of estimates estimatesthat eatlmateadtat estimatesthat
that rexjpt ret tpt5 pt for tomorrow tom rrow would be besmall beIfmaIL1be beanal
small IfmaIL1be The close was w at the high point pointwith pobtwith pointwith
with September 89 89 July was up at 86 86Clearances SMl SMlClearaneee 84tIcaranees
Clearances of wheat and ad flour were equal equalto eqwJto equalto
to ffl6 81 tushels Exports for the week weeka weekshown
a as shown bv Bradstreet were equal to to1tr7
1270000 1311 bushels Primary receipts were
332700 2 101 bushels 1 against 304900 bushel a ayear aap ayer
year ago Minneapolis Duluth and Chi Chicago Chlreoorted Ciiiedge
edge reported receipts recel of 241 ear ears com compared eompared cornpired ¬
pared with 125 cars caralut last week and ald 314 31 cars carsa
a veer ago agoThe agoThe
The ere early corn market was strong stJon with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several large lar commission conam houses hOUllesbuyers goad goadbuyers gopdbuyers
buyers of September July Jul closed un unchanged ull ullcbn unChanted ¬
changed cbn at 48 September opened a aahadeto ae ashade
ahadeto shade e to 00c ic c birher at 49 44 to o 48 4 sold soldbetween Wlletween soldbetween
between 4W4 and 48 000040 48 closing < at atLocal 48 48Local 48Local
Local receipts were 311 cars with town twentywven tweDtyflleVen towntyseven
tywven of contract grade gradeTradinir 1UIeTradin gradeTradiar
Tradinir < in oat oa was dull un and the tone toneof to1of toneof
of the market weak September onened onenedunchanged openedUDCbanced onenedunchanged
unchanged to a shade lower torat at 31990 31990sold S1 S180Id 3li0sold
sold between 31 and 3282 and lld closed closedat cl clat
at 31 Local receipts recel tIJ were eightynine eightyninecars eightyninevIOD8
cars carsProvisions carsProvisions
Provisions vIOD8 were 1rere firm fl on an active de demand demaad domsad ¬
mand from local packers There was a aheavy ah ahesvr
heavy h trade in ribs several veral large 1ar oper operators npetatore opertois ¬
ators tois being active ctf trader tra In that prod prodact product prodact
act The selling wa wal credited to country countrypackers couDtrYpacker countprpackers
packers The main n bu boll < factor was the thestre tlestlEtb thestrenth
stlEtb stre > tn of the h bcw < w market Sentember Sentembernork Sotmbelpork Sentemberneck
pork closed kised lie blcber atl3 n 11 1340 0 pteftl eptensher P Pher pteftl1Ier
her lard Id was un We at 1WA 1 t27 Ribs Hltp were werefut w w5c werap
ap l20015c 5c at 1n4t 1n4tae 78104The
ae tending dine fut futu futureS raaaeft a as fellow fellowWWWAT fellowsWRTlATWn 00 00T
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July JulyoI504804NSGNl4 y o8CAi MM8ICIM tff 14001 14001July
July Iul ni n ntS40084SS i eWK S5 IM 58k 58kOept K Ksept
sept o8i i 1i2 82 jr I 11 II tt4 tt4Sept IT IY tI tISept >
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June I Oen I HIPI High tew 1Close 1CloseJlD 47 47OATSNO 01July Close CloseJune
July i 004ti 48 4S 4St
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I Open 0peII1 I HigiiJ J Lo Loune Low 1 1ILi IT
une T 1 1uly t38 > iP4 iP4i
= uly ILi 38 198 198I =
= i IIIti = fi fipOpen J Jimii
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dIy 1 13W I B19 M Mt IL ru ruSept iIll iIllpt
Sept pt t 1 1330 I 1340 U 111 1327 JSZP4 I 1 1349 1349LARDPer II IIaOpe 120tARDPer
LARDPer aOpe 100 loiik loiikope II III lbe lbeI
I I Open L IIIPJJo = Cl ClJ
J r7 7 7l i 1 705 Lie 710pt 71Qspt LieSept
Sept pt 4 725 5 I 727 77J l 722 I 727 727ly 1 1Z 727a 727110Per
110Per 100 lL7 lL7July
t pea mp I I II
I July ly i T Tot 7Fr742 7 753H 753 5J j Th ThSepi 702 Ii Ii8ep
8ep ot 1 7 7l pI 787 78n I 77t 77W Vi i 7821 7821Flour i iiI
5 5huetattons
iI huetattons notations were re as follows foUoWIiftourD1I11 follows2ourDu1l
Flour ftourD1I11 Dull and easy easyWheat ewf easyWheatNo
Wheat Wb WheatNo t No o 2 spring prt 93997 No 3 3 3a 3s527
89697 No 2 red redComNo 989 989CornNo 9838coruio
CornNo 2 48 fi No No2 2 yellow 50 50OatsNo 50OatsNo i
OatsNo 2 41 413I2 4e41i m Xa io t whit 4M 4MMV 41 41RynNo
MV 143
MVRye Rye RCXo RCXoHIIrl No 2 2Barley 65 65BarleyGood
Barley HIIrl BarleyGood O Good x > d feeding 34 MO 40 fair to tohokv tohoi I Iho
hokv ho < masting maltll1 41i5Z 41i5ZFiax J7u2Vax 47ks2Ylax
Vax Seed Seedth Aro N 1 iui L No 0 1 northwest northwestern tHnhw t ter ¬
ore 107 107Timothy 107Timothy
Timothy Seed SeedPrime dPrtme Prime aStVz aStVzMees 3 3e8s 301 301Mess
Mess e8s PorkPer p rkper barrel UMOU UMOULard t3 I00q1llk I00q1llkLardPer IJO IJOLardPer
Lard LardPer Per 1 10 3 pounds 702 1 4w70j 4w70jShort G GShort
Short Ribs RlbsSIde Sides too e 737 37V7G T37101Short 37V7GShrt 7C2 7C2Short
Short learSdf < < near Sides > boxed 72R750 72R750Whiskey 72Slr1750hl 725kr750hbdceyBasi
Whiskey hl hbdceyBasi kf Basis of I high wines wn wnIowr i1 i1ovfr S Stovr
Iowr < ovfr ontrart ffrade adf Jfl76 Jfl76Flour
1 I Roe I IF1our O Ow OFlour
w =
Flour barrels barrelsWheat 1 MO 28400 31 31Wheat 35440Wheat
Wheat bushels bushelsCorn 30091 41MO 41MOIWW 41 41Corn 41100Corn
Corn bushels bushelsOata MOOO 25 25Oat 26000 26000Oats
Oat buchl3 buchl3Ryv IWW 1f OOIlS18 OOIlS18i 115100 115100Chicago 11510Ry
Ryv Ry burfh buhs U s sRirl < 2JO 2JOBrIv
Rirl BrIv i v bushels fi 3O 4S0 4S0Chicago
Chicago June 24 4On On tb the > produce pro dUN ex exhaage e eehA cxchange
change aetoISar today toda the e butter t market m rk t ftrmef ftrmefr firmafresiuery
d r resiuery ESey71 y1JIMt17 1401Ll 4 7i lain tJl rY H UHls 61G
J g tpHly at lt rnrk cp apc 141r7 4it 4itfl
c cc Sc
0 0WoakNeEarnins
Woak WoakNeEarnins N NI1 t < Eftrnings Earnlll of f Some S of ofthe oftho
the Railroads RailroadsSCRAMBLE Ra RailroadsSCRAMBLE lruds lrudsSCRAMBLE
New York June 34 24Speculative Speculative sent sentiment sentment scullmeat ¬
ment was a good deal disturbed today toda todathe by bythe bythe
the anaoucoement aaao t over night that the thesemiannual tbeemiamauallnteat thesemiannual
semiannual emiamauallnteat interest on the debenture debentureA
A bonds of the Wabash had been beenpassed beeApuatd beenpassed
passed by the lb directors ine balance bl aace in inCiined in incl1De11 inceined
Ciined money to the side of depression depressionStrength depresslStrenatla depressionStrength
Strength In the wheat market on onported re reported enported ¬
ported excessive rains in the west and andsouthwest aDelstw andsouthwest
southwest supplemented nt the e effect cta ctatn of tb tbWabash tnweak tfl4 tfl4Wabash
Wabash weakened There was also a aweak aweak
weak return of net earnings roe May by byBaltimore b bBa1t1Dt byBa1t4moie
Baltimore Ba1t1Dt and Ohio Ol o the decrease from fromlast fro frolast f coallast
last years totalreaching total reaching upward of one onethird on onthird onethird
third Some of the stocks which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been lifted by speculative movements movementsduring movemen movemenduri4a movementsduri6g
during the week suffered from a scram scramble scramble scramble ¬
ble to take profits when the reactionary reactionarycharacter reactlonarrCharacteP reactiona1Ycharacter
character of the market was perceived perceivedUnited perceIvedUnitod I
United Dlud States tates Steel 8t 1 preferred was among amongthese amo amothese amongthese
these the marked sentimental effect oa oathe OIlthe onI
the I he hopes ho of an advancing marxet which whichthe whlctbe whichthe
the movement in that stock has aroused arousedThe arousedTlte arousedThe
The dealings were largely in professional professionalhands professionIhands 1 1haocls
hands and the suspicions of traders as to tothe tothe tothe
the operations of competingoperatow competingoperatowtuted competlrgoperatorseonItuted I Ited
eonItuted tuted ted most of the motive for tile tftegs thedealings
dealings = gs The uiual 1 preliminary eat estimates eatmatea esthmates I
mates Of the week currency pcy movemes movemesNew mov movtDdlc moveflieM moveflieMIndicAted
tDdlc IndicAted ted a string now 1twl 11111 in tOUIIIe tOUIIIeNew to toNew
New York probabitttle ttJee pointing points to toraise toral8e h hraise
raise in Mew Ie York An expansion expanidont of ofroad 4iloansis
t loana loansis expeht to result from the rafI rafIroad ra1iroad
road bonds oerattoBs tJoIIs of the tb week but butto b by bitscarcely
scarcely y sutfl sat to offset th t the advanfc advanfcThe advantap advan advanage
ap to tbe tIi MIrpI hs ot the cash IntU IntUThe mi 11W 11WThe
The stook market was w benefltd by the theforecast thefo theforecast
forecast fo of the beak 1Ik statement and andmtlmat1 by byIntimations byI
I Intimations mtlmat1 ns of > f a cheerful l view of the thecommercial tbteommerelal th thcommercial
commercial outlook by the mercantile JDercanttaqeneie8 mercantileagencies mercantileagencies
agencies The large buying of UnldQ UnldQPacific UniOlJPadfte UniollPacific
Pacific came into the advance to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of The general market marketresponded Dllk4r11OIIded marketresponded
responded 11OIIded with a recovery which wiped wipeda wi wia wIpIa
a large of the proportion out leaving leavingmall leaviDaamaIl leavingsmall
mall declines The closing however howeverwas boweverwaa howeverwas
was barely steady steadyBond steadyBonds tead7Baade
Bond were Irregular In 8Ym sympathy T with withstocks wi wietOCka withstocks
stocks Total sales par value vabaeted S4M066 S4M066United 23405 23405c1nited
c1nited United ted States St bonds wen unchanged nDChaQgedI on oncall 003oad
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New York June 24 Bradstreets to tomorrow tomOlTQ tomorrow ¬
morrow will say sayThere sa saThlre sayThere
There ha has been some e enlargement enl gement in iniemand Indemand Indemand
demand at the west this week but the thebetterment thebetterment thebetterment
betterment as yet is largely one of tone toneand tonecnd toneand
and b Is predicated predi ted upon the unquestion unquestionably unqueetionablT unquestionably ¬
ably better bett crop advices received from fromnearly fromnearly fromnearly
nearly all section Repjorts from the theleading tbeleading theleading
leading industries IDdl vw are not significrnt of ofany ofany i iany
any particular csaction from the dullness dullnessnoted dullnesnoted dullnessnoted
noted heretot heretotThe heretoforeThe heretofore heretoforeThe
The iron trade appears ppe to be grounding groundingupon aroundlngupon groundingupon
upon the bottom as regards prices and andcurtailment andcurtailJl andcurtaIlment
curtailment curtailJl ent is becoming widespread widespreadFrom wttleapreadFrom widespreadFrom
From the leading textile industries the thestory thestory theatory
story is one of almost al midsummer UID1er dull dullness dullness dullness ¬
ness and of a waiting disposition d on the thepart thepart thepait
part of the manufacturers Railway Railwayearnings Ra Railwayearnings way wayearnings
earnings for the elapsed portion of June Junepromise Junepromise Junepromise
promise to make rather more favorable favorablecomnarisions fnvorableCOlDglUt8Ions favorablecompsrislons
comnarisions that tha the early spring springmonths springmoittba springmonths
months while bank ban clearings betray ir irregularity Irr1lUlaritr irregularity ¬
regularity coincident witS varying in influences tntlueaeea infineness ¬
fineness affecting bank operations at dif different differet 410feret ¬
feret canters and are below last la t week weekand weekand weekand
and last year No particular improve improvement ImpIAement improvescent ¬
ment in collections is yet to be se Bt4en en and anda
a long spell of warm weather is i still stillregarded stlnrprded stillregarded
regarded as necessary If retail trade is isto loto
to be stimulated stimulatedWheat aUmuiatedWheat stimulatedWheat I
Wheat incluuing flour exportsxfor exports for the theweek tJaeweek theweek
week ending end June 23 aggregate e 1271437 1mmbushelll 1271437bushels 1271437bushels
bushels against 20442511at 20f4J61 last week 3158 3
152 this week last t year 332701 In 1902 1 and andUGflfl
4364147 la l M9L Prom rem July 1 1 1991 to date dateaggregate datethey datethe7
they aggregate lS87274sl 11111 17 bushels lM ela agfnst agfnst299f9 a alaet agflStaows1
aows1 299f9 91 last reason 314143268 l in n 1902 and
211159992 2111 m MOL MOLCorn UOLCom ISOLCorn
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mz ° qu bushels eto against qaI t 298908 last week weekyear
1 133574 al a year ago o 1 t 1100 1 in 1802 and and4S4 11 11a 1
4S4 486440 0 in HIV From July I 1 1908 1 to dale dalette datethey
tte they MCreaate 5 aeII00 l UJt5 bushels bu bu171ml1C against againstS55feanVreaOn against1rw020
= S55feanVreaOn 1rw020 = HJKajK in 1902 and and17I471m tadBlSitness
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fort1ie for the week ending eDdt June UM zf number numberaplnst ftls ftlsagainst 211against
against 181 last week 171 in the like week weekin weellIn
in 1M3 153 in 1902 19f in ISO and 13 J15 in IIIUIIJO InIn
1909 1909In In IIi Canada failure f llurea for the week naa naaber nUMoo nUMoobel nurnbee
bee 23 2 against 18 1 last week and 18 in this UaIawfelt thisweek thisweek
week a year ago agoTHE agoTHE agoTHEBANKSTKFEMENT
Clearings YortlM For the Week WMkBy aa Heyortod HeyortodW Mpertsdby
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bank clearings at the principal cities citlathe for forthe leethe
the week nodal June 94 Ii with the per percentage percebtage ¬
centage of increase incre and deereae as com compared co Coinzed ¬
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PhUadslidiia 105376194 278191 278191E 93
01 Ianlo 765007 M u 127 127Plttabsflg 7 7oel
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sea t FranoMo FranoMotimore 002004 t 9Biltmore
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Kansas S M s 1L07341 111 111New
New Orleans Orleanstwaufcee H1M 28 28C1e 28Clavalarld
C1e Clavalarld 131108151367 131108151367JMuisvlle 11I7 11I7JlJa
JlJa eaP Jll Ai 9 91Jetrort
1Jetrort J 81
JMuisvlle Ie 1tMf S4759 1 62 62tInba
iQ tInba 5901783 m 161 161hUkee 151Ilaukee
twaufcee twaufceeevidence 71690091 = 76 76Prewdence
evidence evidenceaffalo > 52101601 1 1r Ibuffalo
buffalo affalo affaloiaoapoUs t UII91 5100 9J 11 12Indianapolis
r Indianapolis iaoapoUs 3 X XPaul 520115451 5 5PaU
24 Paul PaulAngelc J C41C909 ICI 1L009 1 117 117LosAnleles
LosAnleles Angelc AngelcJoseph 04401T7383 04401T7383L 44 1711 77iJ8 77iJ8S12S8S2 jII
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Ilsytos 1 1Ofl2OVli 7 78 7827
21 21l4 27Springfield
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0511 JUver iver ivertanooga 5811 500J5S I 001 001Mason 1 1z
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Who40lpg II1Ir W 1 1 11t198 6JH4 SJ 33Wlct
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Helena HfieoaLexington 481718 cnSlII cnSlIIm 1471 147 147Lexington
Lexington 473 48 484sM S SN
Fu SmS > N D DKeV 4sM 4EM 05Sf 05Sfl4ew nt 387 387Fremont
KeV Bedford BedfordamtoR ed edford 105260 = = 314 314caliso 4 4vt1le
caliso 381 381Jasv1Ue
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EM LoJ 4391731 41017122 41017122chod l71L 32 12PL
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Itocklerd Ill 4924171 t 1108 1108I 108 1084B 108Bisshmton
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Onlnqr Qu1n 111 111Sioux tflt Mj i 77 77SIouI 7
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Cfatvestoa 5 I000i t 2111 2111Uarissto I
Cuurleatoa e S 1 C CCedar ° 000litj JIIt 1Ial 1Ialacaa 13oICddr
Cedar Bapufe BapufeTotal acaa WmtIj WmtIjIOiitU 8410IIr1uTa
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JIelt ua 1i01701 H HJ 161 161Qeshec
Qeshec v luJin J j jVaaeenver 1 1363 1363Vassouver 1 St
Vaaeenver V B C f JW L 17 49 j 45i 45iHamilton Mfaahton 4i 4iHamilton
Hamilton lh > 61 12 12Lonuon 12LonuoD 12LOflaOfl
Lonuon Ont 8lt S pl34l pl34lSu 2341 2341St
Su b John N B 1 9fT114 T I 36 36Victoria 361ct1e
Victoria 1ctortaB B C y W4SW 4U69 II3 3i 3iTotalsCanada 34Totiianada
TotalsCanada Total Totiianada Canad ijt 1 H3B719I 59 59Not 1J 1Jiseluded
Not included in totals totalsing contaJD contalnlug
lug other items than cleai cleaiNot clearflC cleaNot
Not included in totals because of no nocomparison nocomparloon
comparison for f hut year yearIjrrTatKTOCOC yearChinsgo
IjrrTatKTOCOC LLY 1CAJL8XTS 1CAJL8XTSChicago A RK2ft RK2ftChicago
Chicago June 11D8 24 CattleReceipts JtCattJeRec lpts 14CO 14COSteady 1IiilSteady 14 14Steady
Steady good to prime p 55065 SOO5tJ poor tu tumedium tJmedium timedium
medium 4 40S540 568860 stockers and nd feeder feeder2SO44 feederst60434
2SO44 2 t60434 Ot 4At cows 1998425 heifers 200 200tt475 200tt475canaen 2Ai04j4 475 475canaers Th Thcanners
canners 1J00MO 1 bull 2tM0425 2O4 calves
2909800 3 Texas Tex fed steers tee 325ti5 325ti5Hogs 3 25Is65NogsReceiIts 65 65HogsReceplts
Hogs HogsReceplts Recepits 12000 tomorrow 10000
5 5010 10 higher Mixed txed and butchers 520 2il 2ilI i
640 I good to choice heavy 535 3 5ui 645 rough rougtiheavy roughheavy roughheavy
heavy 615530 il5ei 6 10 light 529 5535 l > 53a bulk of ofsales ofwee ofsales
sales 520535 520535SbeJPp8ecelpt 5 526SP35 526SP35Sheep 35 35BheepSdeeeipts
Sheep SbeJPp8ecelpt Receipts 5000 Sheep and Iamb Iamblower lam lamlower iamblower
lower good to choice wethers J J506600 l5000fair J506600fair iOO iOOfair
fair to choice mimed mi 379 a L75ty45O 7 V450 450 western westernsheep westernhef westernsheep
sheep hef > p 350475 spring lambs 400 40IQI7OO 40IQI7OOwetern 40070owestern 700 700western
western Iamb 3008100 3008100Kansas I 0000500Kanpas oe oeX
Kansas X City June 24 2tCattleReceipts Cattle Receipts
1490 1 bandIng 4in1f lOt southerns market slow slowto slowto slowto
to Steady choice export and dressed drs ed b bf bfstoOps pr prete f fsteer
steer 680i 55140 001 B fair to good 4 2V35 25western 1Q5IJ 1Q5IJwestern JM JMwestern
western feed steers JK5tS85 4256i 42543tt5and 85 uocKer uocKerand f Kerl Kerland
and feeders f den 2cO47r 2 47 > sontherr ixrs era rs 450 450igtf 00
igtf 00 young tow = Oo Vrts rt nuuve cows cows cowsJII1tfiiO Cowsnotiv
15 JII1tfiiO S450 notiVf rJnt h iftr if ra 250J0 i606 JO bulls bullsfnVsV bu1lz bu1J bu1JL0Si
z L0Si fnVsV e cai caiIllpta caia iv V 1040469 1040469Nsfleortpth T4jN ffl ffldg
Nsfleortpth dg Receipt 5000 5 market 5 to 1 1higher Ii Iih1zhr U UhiJrt
higher balk ofsales of eales 5106625 heavy S15 S15SOaC63t 5150i43G l li0iCj6J
SOaC63t > pigs and light lightL lightSHeep lightR1eepRersipts
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lambs 475670 4 t 370 0 fed ewes ewes 4409108 44Gt TUBE Texarclipped TUBEeEpped TomEcbpped
clipped shtep 8h p 400847C Zi Texas clippe clippeyearlings cUpPtyearl clippe111r
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3 400
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Ne N T trk rk June Junemarket 4f e London U1 U1ffi Uitowod
market ffi 1rt < sfcowd to > d another anoth r slight I ght improve improvemtnt ilDProvjJ Imprevimtflt
mtnt with w h spot closing at 119 13 Ss Snfutures and andfutures
jJw m7lil lil
futures jJ at m7 118 17s 6d nr Tti The local markt marktresponded marktresponded
responded to the aivanc aVl with a acain s sUd sUdgain Jr Jrgain >
gain though < l1 demand showed na appr apprriabie apprclabt awrcab14
riabie clabt improvement Spot t is quoted quete2IIUJ quotedCopper r
38003646 38003646Copper 2IIUJ tD tDCopper
Copper was a littte easier in London Loaderclosing LondoncJOIjng Londonclosing
closing at 56 13s 9dW hi or spot and 56 r rW 1 1Id 12t
W t f I r r futures The local 1 market Is quo quoied quo1t1 quoCS
ed CS firm at U62mMS75 1 ff17S fop Spot pot 12Jftr 7156122t
1 122t 62S 62 for electrolytic and 1212 21ti12 12291 fc fccastlrff f fcasting fccasting
casting castlrffLead castingLe9d castingLead
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London market but remained quiet an anum anupd anunthancod
um upd unthancod Hn tl1lld d here at 4208430 4208430Spelter 4 4Speltfr 4dj4OSpeitr
Spelter closed at 475i87 47 4Tht418P4 Uit 4 in New NewYork NewYork oW oWYork
York or nvt unchanged while London Londonwas Londonwas Loaderwas
was a little higher at a D 22 Xs W WIron 14Iron 01Iron
Iron closed at Sin 3d In Glasgow and at at4s at42s at42s
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changed a 1 No 5Jlo 1 foundry northern = is rtc ouot ouoted quoted rt rtat
ed 1 r 145015 1451540 No No2 2 founder r northtri northtriat nortbcrat
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No No1 l foundry southern 80 thern soft at 1335 13137S 1326431371xony 1375 1375Xoney
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New York June 24 KCIo KCloseMoney Close CloseMoney e eMoney
Money on call easy easy 1814 11 per cent centclosing centelosng centelosfng
closing bid 1 offered 1 Time loans loanseasy loanseaey 10an8easy
easy and dull sixty and ninety day bills bill
2 per cent six months 33H 3fl3 per cent centPrime centPrime
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Prime mercantile paper 3 3j4434 J84H P per percnt percent r rc
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Sterling 8t rllng exchange easy with actual actualbusiness actualbusinfs8 actusibusiness
business in bankers bills at 437 473044892e 473044892efor 1789 1789for J9C4 8H25 8H25for
for demand and at i 485300830 4S33084 Uft for sixty sixtydays sixtyday sixtydays
days daysPosted dayPosted daysPosted
Posted rates 4868 43140480 43140480Commercial < a8 a8Commercial
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> Washington June une 24 JIe4a Today state statement tateI1IeDt ititleant ¬
leant of the treasury balances In the thegeneral thepIIeral thegeneral
general fund exclusive of o the flio000009 flio000009gold IUI IUIruenem 150005000 150005000gold
gold reserve ruenem In the division of redemption redemptionchows septJonw redemptionchews
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An Ordinance Ordinancemd
A AN l
md for the assessment ent of propaWy propaWyf
xnh tb sldt sides of Third North Street bMw bMwe
itnth e a Tt1 tbWe4 Wei4 ty tytrucui
nSkleWiK e j1 t tor Go GoJ l
tMJ trucui i1i ll of f a i iemert iemertSection Inlll 1511
J Ue Il ndalncO uy thOO8ad >
It Lake LakecityUtah City ltah ltaht1on
Section t1on 1 lThat That the lii i t Hindi d dside
hereby h rebY < levy the tax an aivl l lissessment < side for fora i ime1t f
issessment me1t of the same samerty a the pr prlot Pr prrty
rty hereinafter r desert delit1ibnl b i 1 lot Iota 7 an <
Iock H Li 7 pat C lots ot8 31 31subdivision in4 > 1 II 33 8 Talc TayUonehalf TalcubdiviBlon Tayku
subdivision > u Ion of the W Whlock wt onehalf onehalfit
hlock ° 77 plat C lots 1 t it ia inclusive inclusivejrci tnoIu ve
lock F I B Oakly SItdlvtal9n Iota I
t jrci lnctve jvc or block l A Oakley sub 8Qbvion subVisIon ut utvision >
vision lots jH S i u LO > a 3 inclusive tuduatveof Of block blockiloradu blockcirad
iloradu I rado li vision lot Iota It to X I Ielusive IUSIt Iusie
elusive USIt of it ek k 2 Oakwood subdtvisio aubdtvlsiouid i imd Iwd
md lot 1 t k 89 plat C Salt Lake Ci l y vsurvEY V V1rvey
survey 1rvey abutting d ttif1 on both both aides of Thi rt t
North sireet t between Ninth West W and aiideveath
Eleventh eveath West street treeta in fltdewslk Dis District District District ¬
trict No a II said property nrooertv having o front frontage frontage frontage ¬
age of 249450 feet along said street
This Th tax is I levied to defray frQ the expense expenseof exPensf exPensfot > 1 1said
of constructing a cement sidewalk up upon n nsaid
said portion of said street opposite te th thproperty thtproperty thproperty
property hereinafter described to be es especially fSpeclaUy aspecially
pecially affected and benefited by said
improvement and it i fa hereby adjudged adjudgeddetermined 1
determined detennl ed and established e that th thsame t thsame h hlIaDIe < <
same will be especially benefited therein thereinto tberetto
to the full amount of the tax hereby hereb hereblevied herebylevied
levied and said parcel of tend ar are arehereby
hereby assessed at an equal and uniform uniformrate uatformrate uniformrate
rate in accordance with the th linear foot footfrontage foottnmtqe footfrontage
frontage upon said portion of aid street streetfronting streetfronting t ttrondos
fronting upon and to a depth of twenty twentyfive
five 21 25 feet back therefrom and thf thftax thftax tintax
tax hereby laereb levied and to be assessed assessedupon edUpo assessedupon
upon said parcels of land Is two thousand thousandthree tbousanctthree thousandthree
three hundred and sixtynine and 78li i8WO i8WOaN
280878 dollars or 96100 O89S dollars dollarsper dollarsper dollarsper
per front or linear foot which hle ia th thestimated the theestimated theestimated
estimated total cost t and estimated cost costper COfiper costper
per linear foot t of said sidewalk and the thetreasurer thetreuurer thetreftuyer
treasurer is I hereby authorized and di directed directed direeled ¬
rected to assess in accordance with the theprovisions theproislons theprovisions
provisions of this ordinance for f the pur purpose purpoIIe purpose ¬
pose herein mentioned the eaat 149M t feet feetof feetof feetof
of lot 8 and the east 132 feet of lot 7 7block iblock 7block
block 77 plat C all of lots 31 1 and 32 32I
Taylors I ra subdivision of the west onenaif onenaifof oa hlf hlfof
of block 77 7 plat C all of lots 1 to 13 11 Incluatve Inelusive In Inclusive ¬
elusive of block 1 B B Oakley 0aJ subdivision subdivisionall
all of Iota 1 to U 13 Inclusive of block 1 A AOakley AOakley AOakley
Oakley subdivision all of lots 1 to 21 21inclusive 11Inclusive 1 1incluive
inclusive of block 1 1 Colorado COIo subdivi subdivision wbdi ubdivlsloe I Imon ¬
mon all of lots 15 to 28 inclusive 1De1 of ofblock ofblock ofblock
block 2 2 Oakwood subdivision on and all of oflot oflot oflot
lot 1 block 80 plat C Salt Lake City Citysurvey Clt Cltaurvey Citysurvey
survey as the same are shown upon the theofficial th thotftclal theofficisi
official plats pia of said city to a depth of oftwentyfive ottwentftve oftwentyfive
twentyfive 26 feet back from said saidstreet llaidauet saidstreet
street mad to collect said tax taxSec taxBee taxSec
Sec 2 18 Said tax shall become and be bedelinquent bedeUDCluNat bedelinquent
delinquent a aa follow Onethird there thereof therof thereof ¬
of shall become delinquent in three threemonths threemonths > e emObUaa
months after the approval of this levy levyonethird lev levtbbd levysuethird
onethird tbbd in six months after aid ap approval approval appreysi ¬
proval and onethird in twelve months monthsafter mOIlUIRafter monthsfter
after fter said approval Kach and every In Installment Innt Inatailment ¬
stallment nt of of said tax except the first firstshall ftratIIIuLIl firstshall
shall draw interest at the rate of 7 per percent pert peroit
cent t per annum from date of levy and andall andall andill
all said installment shall bear interest interestat
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum annumfrom annumftoDa annumfrom
from date of delinquency delinquencySec
Sec 3 1Tb18 This ordinance shall take ef effect cifeet f fteet ¬
feet upon upo approval approvalPassed NJIIOVaLPecI pprovalPaed
Passed by the city couno council l of Salt Lake LakeCtty LakeCItJ LakeQty
Qty Utah May 33rd DIN aM referred referredthe referredCity
10 the rney00 for his approvaL approvaLI I
City Recorder RecorderApproved Rdera RaosrdrApproved
Approved a this ala day of May MM MMRICHARD 1t04JUeJIUU 1104RICHARD
Mayor MayorSlate lIaorSlate MayorState
Slate of Utah city CU and County of Salt SaltI Saitrit t tT
T rit itS I J I al Crttchlow city recorder of Salt SaltLake Sa saltLake It ItLaIre
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thattile thatthe
the above aI and foregoing is a fall true trueand trueaDd trueend
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled entitledAn entitlellUAa entltleAu
UAa An ordinance levying a tax and for t the theassessment thealent theaeinent
assessment of property on both sides IIId a of ofThlrdjforth orThird ofThirdtorth
Thlrdjforth Third Jiortb street between Ninth West Westand Wtstand Westand
and Eleventh West W streets in Sidewalk SidewalkDistrict SIdewalkDWtriet k kDistrict
District No 21 for the construction of a acement acement acement
cement sidewalk passed by It the city eitycouncil it itcounetl citycouncil <
council of Salt Lake City Utah May Kay19M s
1904 and approved by the mayor May 2fc z1SOf
1804 as appears of record in my office officeIn officEJ officeIn
In witness whereof I have here hereunto heTPunto hereunto ¬
unto set my hand and affixed the theBed theeeL theSeal
Bed corporate seal of said Id city this this27th tbill27th this77th
27th day of May ISM ISMj
CIty Recorder RecorderRttl RenorderRatenakin
Rttl No 11 77 Sidewalk Bxtenstaa No 62 62readvsrttsed 6ft64 6 6AOrdioo
ft64 readvsrttsed readvsrttsedAN tied
As AOrdioo AOrdiooAN fw fwAN
aM d for the assessment un VK of Hoaorty ty on onJth onboth onDoth
both Jth sides of Market street froal a point pointmidway pointIDhhray pointmi4way
midway between East t Temple street and andWest andWeft andWest
West Temple street to West Temple Templestreet Templestreet Templestreet
street In sewer saw district Mo 1 1 for f the theconstruction theconstruction l lccmatructlon
construction of ofa a sewer sewerBe lie lieBe sewerBe
Be it ordained by b the city council of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtaJaSection UtahSection
Section L 1 That the city council does doeshereby d dbereby doeshereby
hereby levy the tax and provide fOr the theassessment thtei theassessment
assessment of the same upon the prop property property ¬
erty hereinafter ei cgerth3 described urnlo in lots Non Nosand JI JIand NonMad
and 4 block 51 plat A Salt Lake City Citysurvey CI CIaIIVElY Citysurvey
survey abutting on both sides of Mark Markstreet Markstreet MarkStreet
street from a point midway between betweenEast betweenEast > Il IlEast
East Temple and West Temple streets 10 10West 10Wet toWest
West Temple street in sewer district No N NoeIadiocorrI I
1 1 eIadiocorrI said property haviag vtac a frontage of tiOO tiOOfeet liellteet 40 40This
feet alone 10 said street streetpence streetThis
This tax i8 levied to defray the ex expense cxPease
pence of constructing a sewer upon said saidportion saidportion saidportion
portion of said street opposite the prop property prope propeity ¬
erty e y hereinafter described to be espe especially espec1l1iy capedOily ¬
dOily affected and benefited by said im improvement Improvement finrovement ¬
provement and it is hereby adjudged adjudgeddetermined adjudgeddetermined adjudgedcetermined
determined and established that the thesame thfiImt theCame
same will be especially benefited thereby therebyto therebto
to the full amount of the tax hereby lev levied If Ifled 1evled > ¬
led and said parcels of land are hereby herebyassessed berebaS8M berthassessed
assessed aS8M ed at an equal and uniform rat ratio raliD ra I IIn ¬
io accordance with the linear foot front frontage frontage t tage
age upon said portion of said street front fronting t ti ting
ing i upon and to a depth of twentyfly twentyfiyp1 twentyfiyp1feet
25 feet back therefrom and the tax taxhereby ta tahereby x xbereby
hereby levied and to be assessed upon uponsaid uponsaid uponsaid
said parcel of land is four hundred and andtwenty andtwenty andtwenty
twenty and no hundredth < 842000 000 dol dollar do1lar d dlies ¬
lies lar or 10100 < 3070 0 dollars per front or orlinear orUIlear orlinear
linear foot which Is the estimated total totalcost totaleoet totalcost
cost and estimated cost per linear foot footof tootof footof
of said sewer w and the treasurer is here hereby her4b hereby ¬
by b authorised and un directed to assess m maccordance IIIaecordance uiaccordance
accordance with the provisions of thIs thlaordinance tblsordlnaDce thIsordinance
ordinance for the purpose heroin men mentioned mentioned seertinned ¬
tioned the east 295 feet of the west 320 320feet f1feft 320feet
feet of lot 3 S the east 305 feet of lot 4 4block 4blork 4block
block a 51 plat A Salt LakeJMty Lake t7 survey surveya survey aoneyall
official officialplats officialplats officialputs
a all the same e are shown uponthe upo the
plats of said city to a depth d of < > twenty twentyflve twentyfive twentyfive
five 25 25 feet f t bark from said 4 street etreet and andto andto andto
to collect said tax taxSec taxSec tomSec
Sec 2 I Said tax shall become and b3 b3delinquent b bdlllnqoe bdelinquent
delinquent t as follows followsOnethird folio folioODethird followsOnethird
Onethird thereof shall become delin delinquent dcliiiquint ellll elllllunt ¬
quent < In three months after the approval approvalof
of thi this levy onethird in six month mont after aftersaid aftersaid aftersaid
said approval appr val and onethird i ID twelve twelvemonth twehemontbtl twelvemonths
month after said approval Bach and andevery andfvery andevery
installment of said tax except e8Pt th thfirst t thfIrst 11 11first
every first shan draw interest t at the rate of7 of7per of or orper 7per
cent per annum from date te of le lesnd Ieend Icand
end all mid Id installments shall bear bearterest bearterest bearterest
terest at the rate of 10 per cent < nt per pernwra pernum peraiim
nwra from date of delinquency delinquencySec dfoIlnqulncSee
Sec 3 I This ordinance shall take effei effeiCity efteupon f fe feupon
upon appnnra1 appnnra1PuB anprovilPassed
PuB by the city council It of Salt lal lalCIty LaiCity
City Utahf Utah May JIa 2M MM and referred r t tthe to tothe tothe
the mayor for his ff a approval approvala vat vatCRtlCHLOW gbmjaWt gbmjaWtcuv
City Cltver CltverApprcwed Keeorder KeeorderRICHARD RrderpprovM
Apprcwed this 10th liv ot Way 1tK 1tK1UCIIARD 1464RICRARD
Mayor MayorStltf MayorStat
8t Stat f of Utah CitjTand CI Cityand d County of Salt SaltI BaItfIJ Saltlakeen
lakeen lakeenI
I fIJ J 1 CrWchtow city recorder of Salt SaltLake 8altLakp SaltLabS
Lake LabS City Utah do hereby certify certify that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the > above and foregoing te a full true trueand trueand trueand
and correct COITtCtcop copy of ofu an ordinance entitled entitledasesment entitltAn entitledAn
An ordinance leVYIM 1evvI a tax and for the thet theisseosisment
asesment t nt of nrooerty nro on both bo h Sides of oftween orMarket r rVet
Vet street from a point midwa bp bptween between
tween East Temnl > l street and West Tem Temftewer Temple Ternpie
pie stn et > to Wt Temme street In Inwe inWwer
ftewer we district dl triet No I for the construction constructionof c rucUon rucUonI
of 0 fT a sewer nassed by the th oils cit council of ofSalt ofSalt r rSalt
I Salt Lake Cite Utah May v 2JL 2 BIt 13fl t and andrnproved andr andepproved
rnproved r by the mayor yor Mav Y UM as asappears a3I asappears
I appears ap of record In my off office oflfeeIn officeIn e eIn
In witness whereof I have here hereunto berfI hereunto
I unto set t my hand and affixed the thaSeal th thI theReal
Seal corporate O rAt seal of said city this his 27th 27thday 7tttday 27ttday
day of Male a esit esita
I MJ a r o cwrrcHWw cwrrcHWwCity j W Wct
City ct llBCorder llBCorderKill I eorderI
I Kill No 79 79Sewer toI 79Sewer
Sewer zt ztI Exteasiom No 130 l lj
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I that t she had see Mea uadar u doctors doctorsfor II IIfor
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appeared to center under inleft in left aiu hlPi hlPiUade let lertiade letblade
blade was so severe it < t tnnes tiI1 S that na nacould necould b bcould
slet Sfeo 8h had st stfaith fctfaith stfaith
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to send her sample of > f I Ii 1unn unn s sproved suuroved > IfJroved
proved Liver Pills whch h i en n re remend rpmen r rmen4d
mend men men4d kd to her We ffiu tlt < rv i Pil l la 1a Ia
a few days she sent for c Now Nowivritts on onwrits > Iwitls
writs that that th < ° > rain UP shou shou8s 510a sho shos
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build up his p 1 ald old by dru drufor dn dnryr drnor
for or 25 cents per box Anyoue havii haviipepsSa ha haviupepsla I Ipeps1a
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