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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, February 04, 1905, Last Edition, Image 6

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other Venture Corporation CorporationMan CorporationManPalises Han HanParses an anParses
Parses Through the City CityONDONCOGUGGENHE1MS CityON CityONDON
XIPW Humphreys an engineer on the thetff thet i
tff t c of lIt r John Hays Ha s Hammond who has hasit hast
it ct t returned rptured from frm a n two years cars trip tripito tripto tripto
to Central Centr America Aerica and other coun counrirs counrIf counrki
rirs rIf In behalf of the Venture corpora corporaion corporaon
ion on and ad the te Guggenheim Guslleim Exploration Exploraton Exploratona ExplorationC
0 jpany pa3 passed pased through the city yes yeserctay yeseaay yeseraay
erctay afternoon nternon on his way to Ken Kenedy KendY Kenedy
edy dY and some of the other camps of offevada ofeas orevada
fevada eas While Whie here he stated sate that he heLad hebeen hebeen
Lad been charged chaged with wih making mug an ex exuliiation exton cxxgnatlon
uliiation ton of a a property propry at at or near nearCennedy neareney nearnnedy
Cennedy eney nnedy and that the te result rult of his hisnvestlgatlon hisvesUgt0n hisvestigation
nvestlgatlon vesUgt0n was to be b reported to toYank toak toank
Yank ak ank A A Keith Keih general manager of ofho ofhp ofh
ho h Tonopah Tnopah company companyWhether companether companyWhether
Whether ether Mr Humphreys Huphre is to later lateroiu laterolu laterolti
oiu Engineer Engneer George Gerg A Schroter at athe athe athe
he Annie Laurie Lure could coud not notba be learned learnedut
> ut the presumption presumpton is that both men menkrr menrrpresentn menrcpresenting
krr representing rrpresentn practically prtcaly the same sametCrpsts sametrest
1 trrests tCrpsts In this respect repect it i may be beaid be31d bed
aid 31d d that Is a matter mater of comment that thathe thathe thathe
he Guggenheim Gugenhem and the Venture com comany coma1 cornany
any a1 of London Lndon appear appa to to be working workingaiidInglove workingadInglove workingaxdingIove
aiidInglove adInglove on a number of o propo propoitions propoIUons propoitlons
itions both in this country countr Mexico leico and andIsewhere andlsp andlse
Isewhere IsewhereWhile lsp here hereWhie hereWhile
While Whie the men now In this section sectionLe seton setone
Le e understood undertod to be b merely the ad adrance adance adanee
rance ance guard gard of the powerful combina combinan
n named naed It I is important to to know knowhat knowhat knowhat
hat their attention ateton has been directed directedjiere dtreted dtretedpre directedre
jiere pre re at a all all The Venture corporation corporationJAS cQrPQrtQn cQrPQrtQns
JAS s spent slH > nt millions miions In Colorado Colorado but so soar sor
ar r as known It i has never nev r made Jde an anftiglnal aniginal anig1nal
ftiglnal iginal investment either in this state statek stater
k r Nevada The same Is true tre of the theiUggrnhelm theuggEnhel theuggenheirn
iUggrnhelm uggEnhel Exploration Eplorton company compn It Itias Itas
ias 1Q switched itrlied all al around Utah and Ne Nerada Neads Neada
rada ads but there Is reason to believe bel eve that thatit that thatt
it t < o will witbe be entering enterng this field feld In the thejiot theat theot
jiot at distant distnt future futureCENTURY futureCENTURY futureCENTURY
Vill i III Not Start StartAgain Again Aga Till Ti Mine Mines Is in inBetter inBetter inBetter
Better Shape ShapeManager ShapeManagpr ShapeManager
Manager P W T Madsen has ha left for forhe forhe forhe
he Century entur again agin and the understand understandi undertnd undertndg
i g Is l that during durng hispresent trip le hei1l he hevill
vill 11 i1l order the mill lf closed down for a aimp aimp aime
imp orer at least leat The plant plat will wfr jundergo jundergogeneral Jundergogpntral jundergogeneral
general gpntral overhauling overhaulng and ad when hen it i is isPI islidE iseiided
PI lidE eiided Ided to to place plae it in commission commision again againc agin aginw againwill
c will w m be be In beter better shape than th n ever to tonake to1akp totake
take a good god record recordIt recQrdI
It I Is understood undertood that = conditions conditQns at atUP at1f atlie
UP 1f mine mine are such that thatwhUe while there is isi Ists Ista
i ts of ore of a good milling miing grade grde de deielopment dedapmpnt declopment
ielopment has not beenkept ben kept sufficient sufficienty sufclent sufclentin
y in advance of extraction extracion to make makelining mke mkeInlng makeIning
lining economical I DurnS During > urlng the time timeht tme tmeh timeh
closed down the ore oreodles Qreedls oreodies
ht h t the thE mill il Is cosed
odles iu i ir the mine will wil be b better beter blocked blockedat
at arid new territory terriorinthe inthe veins will willpenetrated wil wilpefptrated willpentrated
penetrated pefptrated as far as possible possibleTJie possibleThe possibleTe
The system of mine sampling plng in inogup insp ingUP
ogup at the property keeps eps he man manof mn mnmnt manmtnt
sp mnt rffd rfect iiZIvIse sed 9 9fXbe lbe P cllr cllry cbr cbrbeing
y of thVroVe ih Je being broken brokn and andTrrd en end enii
ii iiircd Trrd d every day An A average averge of ofr ofrty oftty
r tty ty assays asays a day are ar > made mde and andrefuUy andrEuHy andrrtuIv
refuUy tabulated to show what por porio poriu
io rEuHy i of If the th mine the ore from which whichSr whicharcS
Sr v arcS made comes from These sam
es p show that good ground gound is being beingieripd beng
ieripd 1 Td d up all al the time tme as a they t1ey show showolci showold showold
old values value aIues of all al the way from from80e SOc tp tpper to toTPf topir
per ton the average probably proljabb being beingter bcfng befngtcr
t ter tf r than thaT 12 12TINTIC 12TINTIC 12TINTIC
utput of the theDistriCt District Reached1T2 Reached1T2Cars Reached 112 112Cars
Cars For Week WeekSpecialtoThe WeekSp WeekSpeeial
< SpecialtoThe Sp Speeial clal to Tqc HecaldJ HecaldJEureka Hera HeraEurrka HcrallEurka
Eureka Feb S 3he Ehe output of the theli thejstrkt theistrit
jstrkt t shaw showed cd n a g grat at improvement improvementuring mpro cment cmenturing
uring the past wecK we k wHen whena la total totalof of
li 1 carloads of crude crudeore ore and two to cars carsf crs crsr carsr
forwarded orward to the themcltfrs themcrs themlt
r concentrates c Qnc Ofl < ntraiM were i t
mcltfrs mlt rs as as follows followsnx tolows followsjLx < Ij
1 1uHionBL 1tiijonI3eck
nx j x
tuliionBeck tuliionBeckurisa uHionBL > k 5 5rfS
urisa urisaertennialEureka rfS 2 2HennialEureka 2e
ertennialEureka e HennialEureka > i 48 48Ugle 48 48Hl 48jIr
Ugle jIr Hl Blue Bell Bel i 6 Gurka 6i 6ur
urka ur 52 Hill il > yY 3 3JdTini
i JdTini T t X t 1 1and 16 16rnd
and Central Centra CentraltIItr 6 6I 6Ir
I Ir tIItr pts 1 1c 1r 1er
c r er Mammoth iIammoth Mammothlunmoth 1 1lammoth
lammoth J Jetro 6 6tra 6etro
etro etroKtor tra 2 2itor 2I
Ktor I tar Consolidated Consoldated I L 2 2mle 2n 2n
mle 1 Sam Consolidated 4 4rifle 4nle 4nle
n n IE Sar ConsoldatC r
nle Sam concentrates concentr concentratesinkec te 2 2ankee 2i
ankee i Consolidated Consoldated 7 7STRIKE 7STRIKE 7STRIKE
Manager anager of DalyWest Tello Tela of Orej Orejin Ore Orein Orein
in New Fissure FissureManager FissureIalRger FissureManager
Ernest Bambergar of the theal tbea13 therrappeated
Manager IalRger Eret
al a13 > Vest > t reappeared at Ills l s desk dek yes yesrtday yesrdy C CrJa
rtday rJa and ad he was wa called cled upon to an aniAcr ant
iAcr t r all al sorts of questions queUons concerning concerningh concerning
h < reported reporte strike stike in the companys companysrnporty cmpans cmpansrrpCrty companysp
recounted in yesterdays yesterdaysI
rnporty rrpCrty p as a il
I raid raidI
I was ua S t pot J0t quite quie sure whether I ought oughthave oughth1
have h1 h i c denied your our story or not 10t said saidilr sid sidI saidIr
ilr I Ir Baraberger uWe We have been open openT openc
T up U good ore In two or three differ differrt UIerrt
rt c pIMP lately latel but I had not felt feltlke feltlkelar feltlike feltliketrizirig like likeiharaiterlzlng
iharaiterlzlng lar trizng trizirig them as a strikes stikes We Wejav Wela Wemas
jav la a very ery good showing of hlgh hlghiza hlghbetween highL
iza L r between the 800 and 900 levels as asne a anfUone asnf
ne tk tionod ned but it Is not in i what la latron i Isu
tron u r 0 fl as a Quincy territory terior We went wentM
M t t ugh tgh the shoot for eighty eghty feet or orjuh orJ
juh J II i a matter mater when It I played out outWitMn out outitn
WitMn ib1n itn the last few days dt1Ys we have havejperfd haveped havePt
jperfd Pt c1 into into It i again agin and it looks look as asAtI asl
AtI l is 1 S ever C er The Th change came cme after afterIriv aCer aCerriq afterri
Iriv riq ri rg g through about twenty twent feet fet of ofidg otdg
idg 4 dg matter carrying cryIng very ver little ltte mln mlnt mlnThis
in fissure in the theluartzito theUrtzitr theuirtzite
< t J 1 This ore makes a fssure
luartzito It I varies ade In i ir width from two twoj twovEr
j over vEr 4 or six feet and eo 6 far as pros proscted prosetEd prostI
cted etEd tI has ha looked 100 ed most promising with withiei wih wih11e withhE
11e hE iei exception 1xptiQn of the barren streak streakoKn
51 1 oken of It I was because of Q f this th bar bartn barNt
tn 1 spot being replaced by the ore I Isuppose Iupposp IUPpOSP
upposp which has causpd cuspd the report reportif reportstrike
if f a < 1 strike to have been bee circulated circulatedWILL olrclatc olrclatcWILL olrchatedWILL
Lower Lowec Mammoth Will Wi Test Its Veins Veinsat Veinsat Veinsat
at the FifteenHundred Level LevelThe LevelIlie
The 7 he management maagement of ute Lower Mam Mammoth 3Iannoth
moth 1ath has decided Ided to give up the Idea Ideaof Idea ideaf
of f making anything anting out of the he upper upperlevels upper1ee1s upperl
levels l ° ve of the property where there Is IstjMlI IstJJ isIll
tjMlI tJJ Ill s FImp me rich ri < h ore but not in sunicient sunicientquantity sufcicnt sufcicntquanUty sumclentjuantlLy
quantity to make m ke Its mining proftble profitablelr profitable profitablelrni J
lrni lr lr rn now on operations op ratons willbe will BI be con conJneU confinEd conIiid
JneU finEd to thelower the lower levels leols wheresome wheresometremendous where wheresometrt same sametrfmet
trfmet tremendous trt rntidous dous bodies of secondclass ore orehave orehuE oreha
have huE ha been opened up This plan of ofcampaign orampgn ofanipaigli
campaign ampgn is the result of ote the examina examination emina eminaton cxamhnatIon ¬
ton tion and recommendation recommendaton of btNewton btNewtonDunyon Newton XewtonDunyon NewtonIunyozi
Dunyon the companys companys consulting ca imultthg ulth en engineer engineer englimeer ¬
gineer during the week weekThe weekThe eek eekThe
The plan contemplates according atcording to toAssistant to toAssistant toAsistant
Assistant Manager Sidney Sidne Bamberger Bambergerthe Bambeger BambegerWP
the Immediate sinking slnkihg of ofawinzefrom ofawinzefromthr awinze from fromthe from fromthe
the 1200 I2 to t the UfiOOfoQt lOOfootncl val of C th thmine thriinr I I1II
mine 1II the tIP theory being bing that the th prianM prianMrather I I Irather
rather rate lean zone Qne will wi hl toavc been b en rc re
placed by byores ores ore of much better beter value at atthe atthe atthe
the additional addional depth In the meantime meantimeeast meajitirne meajitirnethere
there wf will bc somE som prospectfg mealtme mealtmethere or the theeat theeast
east eat ledge lege onthe 01 the JJOOfoot l OOfoat level where whereIt wherei
It i is expected exp t tcI r tha tha1 somethinggood something goad will willyet wl willyet
yet et IMS b encountered encounteredMINING encounteredMINING encounteredMlNG
4 1 1FavoritesRemain
FavoritesRemain Favorites Remain Strong But Mar MarketIs Marketls Marketis
ketIs ketls Less Active ActiveThere ActiveTher ActiveThere
There was leas Ie activity acthly on change yes ¬
terday terda but bt barring brrint two or three thr e of the theparticipants thear1Iepnt thelartlcipants
participants ar1Iepnt in n the trading prices were wereuniformly wereunlforml wereunIformly
uniformly strong stron MayDay May IRY Day which shot shot9C Ihot Ihotup hot hotUI
up to 10 lOfr on Thuday UIdlY began seln selling at at9c
9C and an receded reeded to Sc the close finding findingstrong
i It Roforhu a2iXerlug nf S4c c New ew York cose was fnding very
strong strq at 4 4Se 4c c to U > l 4c as was also Star
Con at l 1 1k c and Silver Shield at 14c to to14c to143c
14c with a close cloe at 144c
New Ntw York was WUt the highestpriced hlshettprlced stock
dealt in during durin the day du though there therewas thcreas therewas
was as considerable cOlslderable spurring for some somoo of the
big b ones on onestiutlerrAberal f
ButlerrJberRl Buterr betl was fractionally frctonaly lower at
tV l4c 3Ic c Tetro wan steady aboVo IDc while whie I
1 victor Con little llte Chief and Ingot pulled pullediroush
thrugh through iroush without wihout damage puled
I During the day a total of 22400 4Q shares sharesof
of stock with a selling selng value of JCQ2J3 JCQ2J3changed 1602i3changed
changed chaJ ed hands l1Ulds the list lst of closing clmdnl tG3 tG3chaJ quo ¬
tations ttOUf and amlrecr record of sales made being
as s follows followsAlice folows
1 Forenoon F rnoon jj Afternoon Afternoi Afternooni fferno ffernof
i i i3itl Bid Bd IAskedll IAsked1 I Bid Bd lAs lAsJ IAskc lAshed lAshedAlice
Alice AliceAjux Alce J 49 1 40 S SCon
Ajux AjuxUBeck lO 11 11 L I IBBeck
UBeck y IOVI 7O 1o 140 1 71 140
Creole CKrl Carisa n i 07 3 1 11 1110 qi Q7 I 1 11 4
Con COl Mereur llercur 1G 12 1 P O
i Daly DalyDalyWest Dal ss 5 1 G i 275
DKlyJudg IO tLOo 700 0 I 600 700 7
DalyWest DalyWestE DaIyW I3 60 0
E B B 05 05G 90 I 15 00
l 6
0 Il
G Central Centrl 1 315 315Galena 15 315
Galena I 10 10Horn II 10 25
Horn Silver Slver 100 10 1 O 00 150 l
Little Lite Bell BellL Bel t 10 100 100 100M 10 10I
L T I Mammoth ltammoth 11 M 18 18llUVfe
Mammoth I 114 11 1 1 l 12 llUVfe 11 1 lSt lStos 1
May 1la Day D t OTi o 0 I os O sy
Ontario 3 na II iso 450
Pctro RoccoH RoccoHSilver I OB OBVil 0 00 00Itah 0 oimS 6 II lt
Silver 1 King in5i 5500 i10t 6050 605010
Sacramento Sacnmento 10 1 < I io 1 10 1 11
Silver Sl r Shield Shield1 18 18Swansea If l l4ii Bi II il
Star Con 1 1i 1 14V11 I tl j fl I1 lfi
Swansea SwanseaS SWIISt S si
S Swansea SWKU SwaiiseaSunshIne e on 1 OJ 2
Sunshine SunshIne SunshIneI J 1 0 1
0 f
t I S lUnlngl Mining 5250 S75
7r i
Itah t tah 45 4 f AS 48 i fl I i Ii I 52 1
Uncle Sam Sim 23 I 3 22 l
Victoria Yktorfa t f 188 18 1 181 181Boston I 18 182 182Boston i
Boston BOton ConI ConGIJ Con I Geffcl 7SO 7SOButlerL 70 0 I Gt 6ti14
ButlerL K 1 Si 1 1 j t II 11 l3t H fl13ck
Beck Tun Tn Tij Co Co1 06 i y t
Century OS 0 0 < Ur 11 m 1 10
Little Lite CWef clneri 02 O o l 0 olfc t < O I
Mar IKr VVash 145h 145hNew OOVfeU O O Otw
New tw York 1 I 4Bi4j 4 is W T i ji i 8 4 4Tetro
Tetro T tro i 1 i 2 l9 1 1Victor 1Victor ½
Victor Con ConWabash > 01 01Vnbash DP DPWnbash
Wabash j i 1S aa t 1 1i0 iyj tt 1 11 1 I 175 175Yankeo
Yankee Coni S8 i4 I li liIngot ju
Ingot 08J o OR 0 t f fJoe 11 I O O2 O2loe Q
Joe Bowers Oi O04 < JO 4i 8 S H I I 0 00 I 0 0R 0W
R R ILAna Ana I JBfe JBfeNevada 0m 0 0Nevada 01 01Nevada
Nevada Stocks StocksGoldneld StockGoldfeld StocksGoidrield
Goldneld Goldfeld Bo BoJim BOI BoJim S
Jim Jim Butler ButlerMacnatnara Buter W I 1 61
lonLTono 3 r 230 O i
Macnatnara MacnatnaraTonopah MacriamuraTonopah
Tonopah TonopahTonoBel 15 1150 dl
TonoBel TonoBel 7 7754 I 111 7i 7
TonoE TonoI t 4S 4S74 56 564 4r 475 I
I Tono TonoMidSi Id 81 91 I r SO I 9 9I <
I Forenoon Sales SalesMay Sal Salesray s sIa
May Ia ray Day Da 200gSV4c 2oo 9 ot c 500 5 500S1c c c seller seler 30 0
days l50iAe l50iAeSt1vr c cSIer
Silver SIer Shield 500Ci4c EOft14Vtc 50144 lOOOS
14 14c c 4ci14Yc
14cXew cNew
New York 20648C I OW48V4c OOe H5aS4SC 1 4S
SWt SOU4Sc MSc S1 SCOS 5O0ii9c OcT DcbuyerldaS buyerSW buyer O days
Tetro SOOfllSfcc 5 sooclseVictor c cVictor f
Victor lOOOgeic lOOOgeicOpen 10 1000j5cOpen < c cOpen
Open Board BoardButlerLiberal i iButlerLiberal 1 1ButerLlbraI
ButlerLiberal ButerLlbraI aoOQilSlic Ile 5l0l43ie 5l0l43ieMay r
May 1lay Day 2500Sc 2500ScNew 2500ScNew 8c 8cXew
New York 300 3000c 45 4c c buyer I 3 days 100 10049c 100w
49c 1003M 1fc 10eis3c 4c seller II < days d s 300g4SUc 300g4SUcSliver 14Slc 14SlcSliver 4S c cSlher
Sliver Shield 500ei4c 5Hc
Shares sold sld 12400 12400Selling 140 12400Selling
Selling Selng value 5200168 2 OUJ >
Afternoon Afernoon Sales5 Sales5May Sales SalesMay i
v vLittle
May 8 Day lOOOBSc 1 1Str 1000ftSeStr V
Str Str Con Zi00i15c Zi00i15cLittle iOO li
Little Lite Chief 1WQ2ic 1WQ2icIngot l 1tJ00tJ2eingot c cIngat
Ingot 3COCSc C
Open Board BoardCentury
A ACentury
a aCentury
Century 300fic 300ficMay li00tIcMy O rc rcIa
May Ia Day Du 1000t6Mc 1 = c cew
New ew York York liOOOjMSfJc Sc SQftgilDc Qc l 1L1t 1L1t4c fOQ >
4 4c c buyer3 huyer buys 110 Jnda 1daj klays lii0C494c f > A9e c
Silver Shield Shled 1000ei4Vie 1000ei4VieTetro 1011c i00014AeTetro
Tetro 500e19ifeC 500e19ifeCShares i9 500i9eShares c cSbare
Shares sold 10000 10000SelHny 100 10000Selling
Selling Ih value SI9Jii SI9JiiUtah 19a7SO 19a7SOUtah iil1X iil1XUtah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonSpecial BostonSpeial BostonSpecial
Special Speial to Th Herald HeraldJames HeraldJ HeraldJmes
James J mes A Pollock PolQclc Co bankers and
brakw br8 Testerday yesterda cster ay reWJUefl re le over ov i their theirprivate theirpri theirprtvawlre
private pri prtvawlre Qwire wire from Paijje Webber Y bber Co Coone Coonc Coone
one or 0 their Boston BOton correaDpndertta corrC pndcIt the thefollowing thel thefollowing
following l copper r nfHrKdf comment and andrecord andrecod
record of c sales rfn of fn Utah rtalastocks stocks st Vc on the theBoston theBoston h hHoston
Boston market market with wIh range ra1ge and closing closingquotations closlnt closingquotations
quotations quotationsBoston quota quotationsBostop tions z =
Boston Bston Feb 3 1rime Tho market today cer certainly certhinly er ertalnl ¬
thinly talnl showed that at the te present Dreent time timethe tme tmethe timethe
the people are ar taklntc taklnt general interest in inthe inthe inthe
the copper stocks stock Extreme dullness dulness tot follow fotlowe totloweti ¬
low lowe loweti etl the to little ltte activity which whih we had hadyesterday hadesterda3 hadyeter4ay
yesterday although aHhQuJh prices held well el all allthrough anthrough allthrough
through the list lst Encouraged Encour ged by b the high highurfcesOf hiShgf highpmIcesof
urfcesOf O the be metal and tfloiKood t d earnings earningsof wrl
of gf ail au the companies n holders will not notsell notsell
sell 1 their stock sok around present pr nt prices but butare butare butare
are not Jt disposed dlspd at present resent to make any anynew anynew anynew
new investments In tmnt We Vc art art firm frln believers believershowever b lOiievershowever 1ever5 1ever5however
however in higher h be prices lrtce and amIadvlse advise the thepuroiuuio thepnrowu thePuroh
puroiuuio pnrowu Puroh su of copi cOJr er stockf Mtt kf Tile 10 January Januaryreports Januaryreiorta anuar
reports O of production I from t the various variousntfnes variousmnPs rf rfwe
ntfnes 1 has bao added f d lu to the e good d feeling I and andwe andwe I
we think that this th will wU be reflected refecte in Jnincreased ininr inincreased
Quotations inr QutaUons increased M Investment buying bUJII < before long longQuotations 100 tongQuotations
Sales SaIP Op HieJi Hi h Low Close CloseBiinrhaai ClosernKhAH CloseBlngham
Biinrhaai rnKhAH 3Sft K S2t S2tBoston 32 533 533Boffton
Boston nton Con 575 3 57 7 > tj i 7V 7L s 8 u uCon 6v 6vCon 6 6Con
Con Mereur Ierut SHU jiS SB 35 3 3S 3S 3Sl 351alyWest
l 1al 1alyWest > alvWeat V t 1S 1f 1 1a U KVi ist l 7 14 = 1SA 1SATtah J ai aiVtah
Ttah 1 tlh l 11 42 42j A I 42V 42VNew 4tJ 1 T 4 4 1 i94 i94i 4
1 i S 3lfntng Unln 21 t tNew 22 22New
New YoVk Y rk Mining Stocks StocksAdams Stockstlnms StocksAdams
Adams tlnms Cgn CgnAlice Cql Cin211Little 20fLUtle L 1e Chief ChiefSOtiUtrit ChiefAlice O
Alice AliceBreece Alee I SOtiUtrit SOtiUtritlSOi OiuuiuBre 71 71Breece
Breece BreeceBruns Bre lSOi 1S0bir 1S0birBrun Wr Wri lr 6W 6WBrun
Brun Con ConComTuisnel CtI i Phoenix Phoenixm Ph I 10 10Com 10Corn
ComTuisnel ComTuisnelC Com T Tunnel un l 14 P PfitpiI I IC 10 10C
C C V VHorn 15 1S5 kvase e 32 321ior
Horn 1011 1ior Sll SllIron tt l5 Ierl Ierra Xcv Ne 36 36Iron 6 6Iron
Iron Silver SilverLead Slver 20nieI1 eSmaUHos > m ll liases liasesBoston 27 27Lead = 7 7Lnd
Lead Lnd Con r SlRdrd Slandrd 10 10Boston 110 110Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAJxenture StocksAhenturp StocksAdventure
Adventure AJxentureAllouez Ahenturp C 671 iMoIiawk iMoIiawkM lMosRwk Wk 85 250 250Allouez
Allouez Jui M C C CAtlantic 475 475AniaJ
Aloez 3 7
AniaJ 7171 I Iod Dom 2tOO 2tOOAm 200Ani
Am ma tnc nc 110 11i toscuola Sul DIO 9100 9100Atlantie
Atlantic AtlanticBlngham AtanUl Ji 1L76 f 1IO IParrot IParrotQlftfcy fPartotBingliam artt O
Blngham BlnghamCal Bngham 3S Mi Qlftfcy QU JI00 11000 11000Cal
Cal Hec HecCentennial H Mt Mi0 Shnniton 81tmtln 77 77C 775 775Centennial
Centennial CentennialCop C 180 1800 f1hmrsuk ram H 13500 13500Co 0
Cop Co Range RangeDalyWest tl tL1E TrJnt TrInSt 12 1125 1125DalyWeet
DalyWest DalyWestDom Dalet iLS 1 S M Ml 1 2340 2340Dom i
Dom Coal CoalFranklin Col eel 10 4O0 l L S OH OHHtah 01 BS 557 557Franklin
Franklin FranklinGran l rnkln eil 31 Utah HtahVictoria 41 41GrnbY 4212 4212Granby
GrnbY Granby Gran by byI 500 0 Victoria VictoriaWlaotta V ri 4S 457 457Isle
I ale 181 Royale RoyaleMatut 27 2375 Wlaotta VI 1200 1200WSOO 120 1200Mass
Mass Im Min MinMichigan Un 1 1 40 W0en WOIserun WOIserunMichigan WSOO WSOOSan 1 0 I IMlehl
Michigan Mlehl n J JSan ZiS ZiSSan
San Francisco FranciscoMining Mining MI ing Stocks StocksAltn Stocksilt StocksAlta
Alta ilt JS 03 Julia Jul JuliaAndes 04 04Ande MAnln
Andes Anln S3Jus 33 Justrc Justke frc IS ISRicher 15leIcher
Richer lher SJMaxlCHii 3Ilox1eanB loln 1 15 1
15 Bolcnier Dcli1 lO l 1UQeeIwital O eUeiital ioutl Con ConBuuon SC SCBullion 56Bulilon
Bullion Buuon MOahlr 25 fO1r OiIlr 7S7 7S7Caledonln 727w 3 3Caleont
Caledonln Caleont IICtinian Uw trman rnmn 31 31Confidence 31hli 31Chal
Chal hli Con Comm5J4EagsI Comm5J4EagsIC 3 tl 1
c t C V1jJtSage V1jJtSageCholher l ge geCbol
Cbol Cholher i Sag1ieIeKr gUetclr Os OsConfidence
Confidence ConfidenceCon awsittrra folwT t Nov NovJOllollver li 43 43CUl 45ion
Con CUl Iniii IniiiCrown 1m JOllollver m Iver illll illlllltttJiiion UI r rron 61 61rown
Crown ron Point lltttJiiion IV nlon Con ConGould
Bxclmeiuer x IH Iuer 1TJCthli Cth Con ConGould
Gould G GHale 1 Yel Jack Jaekot Jaekothale t tHal
1 1Detais
Details Detais of Strike Made In Mine at atTonopah atTonopah I
I IThe
Tonopah TonopahThe TonopahThe
The famous McDonald McohaId ledge or 01 one oneiulte oneiuite I IIule
iulte Iule as n good Jok has been bee struck in the theMnlviy theMithvy I IhdlY
Mnlviy jriiif says sa iS g Wednesdays W V dnesdays dnesclays Tono TonoiEih Tono1 Tono1IFI Ton Toniith
iEih IFI > ui t1 Ti Ti 1ii trjti rik k is Jir 1 of tho rich richest richest ¬ I Ist
est st ever inadu ui it TonopaJi on up a and looks look j
like lke it would be one of the te largest largest The Themine Themine Themine
mine now while not as well developed developedis
is S looked looke upon as in every every respect the theequal theequal theequal
equal of the MontanaTonopah 1ontnaTonapah or the theTonopah theTonapah theTonopab
Tonopah Extension In > ne streak the theassays theassys theassays
assays assys from sources that tha are undoubt undoubtably undoubtably undoubtably
ably reliable relable have been learned learntdto to av average ayerage average ¬
erage erage 500 per ton for tour feet in inwidth ind inThe inwidth
width widthThe widthThe d
The greatest greatcstklnd kind of ota a sensation s nsatin has hasfollowed hasfollowed hasfollowed
followed the find The hews has < sent sentMidway sentUdway sentMidway
Midway stock skyward and it is rapid rapidly rapidly ¬
ly going higher The predictions that thatit thatit thatIt
it will reach 2 in a day or two seem seemto seemto scentto
to be well founded foundedA
A representative of the Sun visited visitedthe visitedthe visitedthe
the property last night and was In Informed informed Inlormed ¬
formed by Foreman Ross Condon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the street rumors ru ors were not note exaggera exaggerations exaggerations aggera aggeratlons ¬
tions The story of the big strike is isthus istllU istliu
thus tllU told by Mr r CondQn CondQnWhile CondonVhile ConciQnWhile
While driving the north drift on the4Z the
435 4Z level five days ago we encountered encountereda
a body of ore that we have to date 6atepierced datepierced
pierced to a distance of nine J lne feet and andare andare
are not through the quartz qu rtz yet e1 The Therock Therock Therock
rock in the face of the drift still shows showsexcellent showsexcellent showsexcellent I
excellent values valuesOne valuesOne valuesOne
One streak in the ledge is from from one oneto Qneto oneto
to two feet fe at in width and carries 1600 1600For 1600For
For four feet another portion > n of the theledge theledge theledge
ledge will easily run 500 The balance balanceof
of the ore body is worth 40 a ton tonIt tonUIt tonIt
UIt It is probable that we are nearing nearingthe pearlngthe pearingthe
the other wall but there are chances chancesthat chancsthat chancesthat
that there will be another of tho therkh therkhfreaks therichpereaks rich richpvreaks
freaks before beforegeing geuing1 the thecountry country rock rockTomorrow rockuTombrrow rockTombrrow
Tomorrow morning we will begin beginhoisting beginhoigtlng beginhoisting
hoisting and expect to list about twen twentylive tentylIe twentyIlve ¬
tylive tons of the best bestore ore The tem temporary temIOrar ternporary ¬
porary ore house is completed and we wewill wewill wewill
will at oncebegin once bEgin sacking sa kln and ship shipping sh shipping 11 11ping > ¬
ping By B sloping after the wall walLIs walLIsreacbed wailisreached is isreached
reached we will have a steady output outputThe autputUThe outputThe
The ore is an exact facsimile of one oneof oncof oneof
of the MontanaTonopah ledges and it itis itis itis
is undoubtedly undoubted an extension The Thevalues Thevalues
values are at the ratio of one silver silverThe silverThe silverThe
The ores are unoxydized as in the Miz Mizpah Mispah Iiz Iizpah
pah but are in the form of unaltered unalteredsulphides unalteredsUlphides unalteredsulphides
sulphides The wall is an andecitic andeciticporphyry andccitlcIOrph andecitieporphyry
porphyry IOrph ry The ledge is an east and andwest andwest andwest
west one and dips to the north northZINC northZINC northZINC
Operators Operatorsand and Experts Paying Atten Attention Attcntion Attention ¬
tion to War Dance DanceG
G W McDowell assistant to the thepresident theprt thepresident
president prt sldent of the Ladd Metals company companyof companof
of Portland Ore tendered his resigna resignation rcsignatlon resignation ¬
tion last Decernber to take effect the the1st the1st the1st
1st inst says sa s the Wood ood River Times TimesHe TimesHe TimesHe
He is now in the east closing up busi business business business ¬
ness matters for the company prepara preparatory preparatory preparatory ¬
tory to comIng to Wood V o River to assist assisthis assisthis assisthis
his brotherinlaw Manager John Wil Williams Willlama VilIiams
llama of theWood River Zinc company companyI
I Mr McDowell will come here to stay stayabout stayabout stayabout
about the 1st of May MaySamuel Ia IaSamuel a aSamuel
Samuel Peacock the consulting en engineer engineer engineer ¬
gineer of the Illinois Zinc company of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lanycn Lan cn Zinc company C n1pn and other otherconcerns 6therconcerns therconcerns
concerns has taken up u > the duties of ofgeneral ofgeneral ofgeneral
general manager of the Ladd Metals Metalscompany Metalscompany 1 1compan
company also Dr Peacocks salary salaryfrom salaryfrom
from the latter company is 1000 a amonth amonth amonth I
t tBoth
month or 12000 a year yearBoth yearBoth ear
Both Mr McDowell and Dr Peacock Peacockvisited peacocltlsIted Peacockvisited
visited the War Dance groupof group of mines mineslast mineslast rnineslast
last year The former in company with withan wltban withan
an engineer came In August ugust and the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter and John Williams in October Octoberand Octoberand O tober toberand
and again In November The beneficial beneficialresults beneficialresults beneficialresults
results of their visits is apparent appar n since sincea
a mill of 200 tons daily daf1 capacity apaclt is in incourse incourse incourse
course of construction at the WarDance WarDance War WarDance
Dance mines
Ore Oie and Bullion BullionOre BullionOre BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements settlem nts in this city cityyesterday cityesterd81 cityyesterday
yesterday as reportedby reported b by McCornlck McCornlckCo tcCornlckamounted
Co o amounted to 58600 as follows Sil Silver SiIVOl Silver ¬
ver lead gold and copper ores 1500 1500base 46900 46900base 46900base
base bullion 533300 < gqld bar 6300 6300Metal 6300Metal 6300I
Metal Markets MarketsSliver Marketst Marketsiicer
t I 1
Sliver t 6icper 6lcpezoUi1c 6lcpezoUi1cCoppor ounce ounceCopper O
Copper p rOl casting tr 14c per pound poundLead P pqundLead u uLead
Lead In ore 35Q s5QNow iiIJi Jow New Yerk46J l York rk I pr prIjW r
100 pounds p untls
L Mining Min ng Notes NotesSilver Nat 1atcsSiiver s sSI1
Silver SI1 > r wasstronger was stron > er again a aln yesterday eslordi the theNew theew theNew
New ew York quotation being b nb 61 s cents per perounce perounc perounce
ounce ounceLafayette ounceLafayette
ouncLafa Lafayette Lafa ette Holbrook president pr sldent of the theGrand theG theGrand
Grand G ran 1 Central company was up from fromProvo frontProvo fromProvo
Provo yesterday yesterdayThe JresterdaTheannualmee yesterdayTheannugl
The Theannualmee Theannugl annual meetjns n PjC 0L ojtljo tle tbo Blpahc BlpahcNevada FIo PIoshcNevada e ecadn
Nevada cadn Consolidated company is to be beheld beheld beheld
held Monday Iond afternoon afternoonThe afternoonTbo afternoonTime
The Century Century company has called cn1JOd for foranother foranother foranother
another 4 cents a share on its capital capitalstock aJltalstock capitalstock
stock whichwill which will be delinquent March 4 4Georpo 4Geor 4George
George Geor o Morgan president presl1 < nt of the thelor thelorrlson Mor Morrison Morrlson ¬
rlson Mining company will leave for torthe torthepropert the theproperty theproperty
property In Humboldt county Nevada eada to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night nightManager nightannger nightManager
Manager annger Willard F Snydor Sny ot of the theWestern theestern timeWestern
Western estern Exploration company has been beensummoned beel1summoned beensummoned
summoned to Chicago Chlca o on mining mlnln < business businessaaa businessand busitiessand4siil
aaa and and4siil ivill IIlleao leave today lodayEignt todayEiiiltcars todayE1gimt
Eignt Eiiiltcars E1gimt cars of ore from Nevada X ada four fourfrom fo fourfrom r rfroI1lc
from Tlntic and one from Modena were werereported werereJortedr werereported
reported ct t the Taylor Brunton sam sampler snmpIer samplor ¬
pIer yesterday erdu morning morninffSamuel morningSamuel j jSamut
Samuel e5t McIntyre cIntre managerof manag r6f the Mam Mamzhoth Mamg Mammoth
moth canto In 1 from Tintlc yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning g ln 1 He e says C conditions n 1ITIg < Con on the ef effoot 2100 2100foot J00 J00foot
foot level of the mine are anything butdisc butdlscthiraging but butdiscrfurasing
discrfurasing disc uraging but as yet there Is nothing nothingof
of a sensational nature to talk about aboutJudge aboutTlldse aboutludge
Judge Henry Shields the well known knownreining knownmining knownruining
reining man and lawyer of Park City Clt Is Isdowji IsdO isdowntrdm
dowji dO downtrdm l fcdm camp on brat le l business He Hereports Her Hereports
reports r portsthat that considerable conMlderablesnow snow has fallen fallenduring fallenduring fallenduring
during the week and that the outlook outlookfor outlookfor outlookfor
for bounteous a water supply during the theconjlhg theCQl11lhg thecolUg
conjlhg season Is growing brighter all the thetime thetime thethuc
j Metal Markets Marketsi Mark MarketsNew ts
i New w York Feb 3 3T110 Tlio London tin tinmarket tinmarket tinmarket
market was firmer flrmer1Jth with spot atA at ICO Ifs IBsfnd 16sQUd Ifsthd
QUd < fnd futures at c13 130 13 > Ss Locally the mar market TQarjl martlUiet ¬
ket tlUiet Is quiet lct but steady with With Ilh spot ot atCo at atCojpor 1 > M Mjeu >
jeu jl VP w wCoHtior
CoHtior Co er was a little littleLead l lwer wer abroad with withspitquoted 111 111SJTOtluotcd
SJTOtluotcd at G7 lOs and futures at 6r 6rl 6715s
l 15s s L Loeaiiy ci111 the markot is unchanged ultehangcdLake unchangedLake
Lake IK h belt ld at 500 electrol electrolytic Uc at at15SZMQI2S0
1 15SZMQI2S0 r 15ro and castinJ at l QOWI525 15OGf1525Lead QOWI525Lea
Lea Lead < was lower in London with spot spotquoted spotquoted I Icontinues
quoted at oC12 12 135 9d Locally the market marketcontinues marketcontinues
continues somewhat nerAous owing to the thescarcity thescarcItyoC tilescarcity
scarcity scarcItyoC of immediatoly immediat > Jy available sup supplies SUpJiles SUPplies ¬
plies and nd spot is l quoted at from 445 to to4fpelter
4fpelter 460 Spette waa vnM I at 24 S415s lIe In InLondon InLondon inLondon
London and at G15 61i1 ji In the local mar marIron markct market
kct kctIronclo ketIron Iron Ironclo cloned ed at 53s d in Glasgow Gtas ow and 47s 47sfoundry 47s744d
7 744d d In Mlddlesboro Locally the market marketvolts marketWIS
volts unchan unchanged cd with No o 1 foundry north northern northem
ern em at 1i86tiHi9 No 2 foundry northern northernY5O ortbernIW
IW No1 No 1 foundry southern and No 1 1foundry 1fouhdry
foundry southern soft softquiet 1iW1S00 1iW1S00New 175Oi1SO0New
New York Feb 3CotfeerSpot RIo RIoquiet Rioquiet
quiet The market r ropened for cof1lce futures futuresop futuresopened
opened op < netl steady at unchs unchsmorning unchanged prices to an anadance anadvance
advance or 5 points and ruled generally Joneral1YsteU41v generallystea1y
steU41v The worlds visible supply state statemoniwhich statemont
moniwhich mont which became available during the themormnoshowed themornngshoWed
morning mormnoshowed showed a small decrease as com comnkredwlth compared cornparedwith
nkredwlth pared paredwith wnh last year for tho same month monthbut monthbut
shoNrilng1 die discounted dlscounWd diecounted
8St but te showing had evidently been
counted by the declines of the last few fewtracted fewdays fewdays
days end with some freh r h demand at attracted attracted
tracted bv b the steadiness of spot coffee coffeeIn
In spIte of disappointing dI8a > polntln warehouse re rewas report report
port and exrectatiOfls < xcct < Uons of n smaller prl prlmar primnr3
movement next mOl1th the market marketwas anarkctwas
mar mnr3
was finally steady st < ad at a net advance or ofsi1o
510 10 polgts Sales were reported at 391000 391000bags 391000bas 391000bags
bags thcTutlinc Uf 1u ln March 71071u 71 15 April AprilSugar Aprilr1 AprilIiJ6
r1 1Ia May iAJft 74O474 JIt Jul 700 AUgust AUgust7704Ifi August770dlT75
7704Ifi September btjOO October OctoberSOi
SOi November 811 December 810 810sU 810SugarRaw
Sugar sU SugarRaw Raw quiet uiet refined steady steadyMoney stead steadyMoney t tMoney
Money Silver Etc EtcNew Etce EtcNewYork
New NewYork e York York Feb 3 3Close 3CloseI 2CloseMciloyon Close CloseMonoy
Monoy Mciloyon I noy on onll steady Btcad WiStStt 1 1412 ii2i < per P r cent contuclosing contclosing centclosing
closing bid lc I C offered at 2 per cont contaTlmc contTIme cantTime
aTlmc TIme loans easy and andteady steady sixty sixL and andninety andnfnot andItinoty
ninety nfnot days 3 per cont six months I IPrimemercantIlepaper 5AW 5AW3t Wpl 1I3j 1I3j3i
3t l ser > er cent centPr < ent entPrimemercantilopaper
Primemercantilopaper Pr 34Vj per IC cent centSterling centS centSforing
Sterling S orJlng exchange steady with actual actualbusiness actualbUSIneSS actualbuslnesz
business In bankers bills at 4SS 4 to 4S803 4S803for 4880for 488 05 05at
for demand and at 4S370 tog4375 t9 t415575 4f 4S 76 for forsjxty f forPomtedrates r rsjxty
sjxty day bills billsPD F FPosted
< Posted PD Pomtedrates tcd rates 4SCfe 4S6 qnd MSO commercial commercialbillsMS5jfc c mmiblal mmiblalqllIs mjnoriaf mjnoriafBarsliver l lBartillver
billsMS5jfc qllIs 48iiy J JBarsliver
Barsliver fil C1c C1c3totctn 1c c cMexican I Ifoxtc
Mexican foxtc n dollars doIlars4thc doIlars4thcGovemmont 47q 474i 474iGovernment
Government bonds Jatcad atcady r railroaa railroaabands rnUroatlb raiirondbcnd
bands b bcnd n Irregularsalt irregular IFeE ar c pj v v5alfc
salt Lake Ehoto hofo g uppltGo ip t Co EverS4 EverS4thing Evt Evtthing verf verfthing 1 1Sa1t I
thing photograpUlCt 5rd rd So and n nd Main
ON THE UP SHOOT SHOOTSpeculation SH OT OTSpecu1atio T TSpecuiatioi
Speculation Continued Active Yes Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday ¬
terday terdayMOVEMENT terdayMOVEMENT terdayMOVEMENT
New York Feb 3 ZThcre There was con continued
tinued active speculation in stocks toi toiday to today today
day and a further advance in the theprice theprice r rprice
price level The movement was uneven unevenand unevenamid t tund
and intermittent the advance shifting shiftingfrom j jfrom i11om
from one point to toanother another There was wasno washo
no definite news to account for the de demand demand deniand ¬
mand which was based on general generalconsiderations generalcqm31derations generalo9nsiderations
considerations cqm31derations and which was fostered fosteredby fosteredby fosteredby
by the extreme abundance of money moneyPrincipal mQne mQnePrincipal moneyPrincipal
Principal interest centered in railroads railroadsof I Iof
of the eastern part of the country al although although atthough ¬
though there was some recurrence of ofstrength ofstrength I
strength later in the day In the Pact Pacifies Pa Pactlies i itics ¬
tics Reading continued to be the fea feature feature
ture of the market and the rapid en enhancement enhancement enhamicement ¬
hancement in its quoted < value had a amaterial altaaterial aiiaterial i
material effect on the coalers and the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania group particularly An Another Another Another ¬
other motive for the marking up of the theprice theprice theprice
price of Pennsylvania was for the pur purpose purruse purruse ¬
ruse of adjusting it to the recent wide wideadvance wideadvance wideadvance
advance in New York Central CentralA 1
A movement in either one one of the thestandard thetandurd thestandard
standard trunk lines Is certain sooner sooneror
or o later to be followed followed by the other to topreserve topreserve topreserve
preserve a certain parity between betweenth betweenth4rm
th th4rm m Pennsylvania is naturally bene beneIltted benefItted benefItted
fItted by the growth in value of the va various various various ¬
rious companies In n which it 1 holds a adominant adominant adominant
dominant interest in rest and especially by bythe bythe i ithe
the increased dividend disbursements disbursementson disbursementson j jon
on many of its controlled stocks i3tocl s The Therate Theltte Therate 1
rate of accumulation of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand
and in fact of all the coalers co aiels was wasvery wusVery wasvery
very rapid Blocks of 1000 to 6000 6000shares 6000shares 6000shares
shares were constantly transferred transferredThe transferredThe transferredThe
The announcement of the Southern Pa Pacific Pacine Pacific ¬
cific refunding plan revived the de demand demand demrand ¬
mand for the Pacifies but did not carry carr
the movement in them far This plan planhas planhas plaithas
has already figured to such an extent extentin
in the previous rise in both Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacific
Pacific and Union Pacific that its in influence infiuence influence ¬
fluence as a market factor was largely largelyexhausted largelye largelyexhausted
exhausted e before its announcement announcementThere announcementThere announcementThere
There was some awakening in Rock RockIsland RockIsland RockIsland
Island after a long period of compara comparative comparative comparative ¬
tive neglect but that movement also alsowas alsowas alsowas
was not well sustained sustainedIt
It seemed to be based on the intima intimation intimation intimation ¬
tion that the supposed change of con control contlol control ¬
trol in Kansas City Southern and Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado Southern was desijmed in the theRock theRock theRock
Rock Island interest Intt r st Atchison hung hungback h1n h1nback hungback
back during the period of strength and andwas andwas andwas
was one of the first stocks to weaken weakenThe weakenThe weakenThe
The prospect of ofa a prosecution in the theColorado theCalarado theColorado
Colorado Fuel rebate case Is not rel relished relIsbed reiIshed ¬
ished by stockholders especially in inview inview inview
view of the present public attention attentionaroused attentianaroused attentionaroused
aroused to this whole ho1e subject The ex extremity extremitJ cxtremit5 ¬
tremity to which the grain rate war Is Isbeing Isbeing Isbeing
being carried must be taken some ac account acccunt account ¬
count of in regard to the earning power powerof powerof powerof
of the grangers A number of the thestocks thestocks thestocks
stocks which have had unexplained ad advances adyances advances ¬
vances relapsed sharply today when ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts were made to dispcse of recently recentlyaccumulated recentlyaccumulated recentlyaccumulated
accumulated holdings holdingsThe hOldingsThe holdingsThe
The Duluth South SQut Shore Atlantic Atlanticstocks Atlanticstocks Atlanticstocks
stocks were wer an example and the Min Minneapolis Mm Mmneapoiis MlnneapoUs ¬
neapolis St Paul Sault Ste M Marie Mariestocks i2riesto rie riestocks
stocks sto ks also were heavy hea y Chicago St StPaul StPaul StPaul
Paul Minenapolls Omaha preferred preferredthe
the purchase of 100 hares ares of which whichcaused whichcaused whichcaused
caused a rise of 35 points the other otherway otherway otherway
way relapsed today 25 points on a sale saleof saleot saleof
of 400 shares The active realizing realizingmovement realizingmovement realizingmovement
movement today was coincident with withthe withthe withthe
the appearance of the theesUmates estimates on the theweeks theweeks theweeks
weeks current movement indicating a aloss aloss aloss
loss of cash by b the banks of upwarda upwardaof
of 5000000 due to the excess of gold goldexports goldexports goldexports
exports over the receipts from the In Interior interior intenor ¬
terior The renewed strength of the thecoalers thecoalers thecoalers
coalers however and a rush to buy buyfMissourI
fMissourI Missouri Pacific pulled the market up upafdmade i iandmade
andmade the closing strong strongBands strongBonds v vBonds
Bonds were Irregular Total Tot lsal lsalpar salesr salesrpar sabe sabepar
par value 5744000United 5744000United 5744000 5744000United
United Sta SValebbnds eaTVonds es bonds were all un urtchanged unchai unchanged
changed chai ed on call callBond callBond callBond
Bond Quotations
17 1 S ref 2s rcg101 ro 101I Japan Gs s cert OSii 9 9o 2
Qo o coupon coup n 104I 10H 103 ½ I L N u 4s 4510 103i
U S Ssreg Is reg 103 1034 = Manhattan lanhaUan con
do coupon 103 100m gold 4s 106
> U S h MsreeISO 4sreg130Mb MfexCont > Itn Cent 4s 74 i 4
do coupon 130l 1O 1101k do O 1st 1 t inc 23H 23
U 7 S 0 4s J mrlOoA rel00 M t St L 4s 4 s S7i Wo
do coupon J05M 1 IOltmk 2m1 I 8 T 4slDO 4slDOonrtiflnntna 4s100c 4si00certificates
certificates c i4 4WI tin do nds inrli JCKI JCKIdo S5
do Cs cert116 cert 116 X R R of ofM M x
Atchison gen en 4S104 4s1Mcol cot 4s U S1 S1do Slj
do adjst 4s 96 N Y C cr 3 3l4sJOli 310 310Atlantic S1 I
Atlantic Coast N J C gen 5sl3
Cine 4s 103 N P is i 10a IOim a
B J O 4 4C 104 IO1W do 3s Ssdo 76 7G
do 3HS 3 s 9o8 91 N W r col 4sn03i Is10
C of G 5s 114 10 O S s IA I r 4s 9754 977 977do
do 1st inc 92 9 Penn conv con16s104 StglOife
do 2nd nd inc 7014 Read Ken en 4fc 4sC 4 4C 10234
C O 4 41 4s 108 IOS 1OSk o St L 1 I 1 M cl c
C A 3J I 3s s S2 2 I I 5s HSi HSiC 1SJ 115
C B Q < n i 4slOOlSt 4s00 4s100 St L L S TV jr jrC v vC
C R I P I I fc 4s 92 92R 9 92R Ja > I
R R 4s SZst S2y 52 St St L Swc Sw c 43 S2 8212
do col 6s S7 1 Seaboard AirL Air L L
C CCCSLL C Co C Co St L 4s 4sL SSv
L cen 4s 103 S P 4s s W 51i
C Ter rc 4s 97 S Rail Railway war 5sllSi 5m119 s l1 4
Colo Cob Mid 4s 74T i4 T P Ists 121J 121S 121
C S 4s 32 T St I 1 AV V 1rCjiba5s5 J
Cuba Ci1bJt5s Ss crt cqrt1W 106 4s 4sU s 8251
K R Gis 101 1014 1O1J > 4 U P I 4s 4sDie 105 JII
Die Sec 5s SO IT I P c 4s 122
Erie prior vrj riqr r to U L S S 2nd 2n 2nl5s945 5s 5s9U 94
lien 4s 101U OH Vabash Ists lID
Erie gen en 4s 92 9 8 do Deb JC 70 iOy
F W W V D C Vest Md 4s 93VI 93 8
1st 111 1111V W L E 4s 4sJt 94i 94
Hock Val 4sUOWis 4sU Vis Cent 4s 94f 9 I
Stock Quotations QuotationsAtchison QuotationsAtchison
Atchison 8100 SS 8S S ot SSWI SS
Preferred 7000 102 102 102 VKJ 10
A C Line 300 122 12l 12l 1211z
Bait Ohio 49200 105 104V 11 iO4iZ 305 10
Preferred Preferredtin 7 97 I
Can tin n Pacific 9600 133 13414 134
Cqnt C t of N NJ J 2900 205 19934 199 4 208
dies Ohio 15800 l 800 50 5OR 50 50lC > A 50A
C Alton 600 43 4 45 4S 4 4
Preferred PreferredC 7 SO
C C Gt Western 21200 24 23 2314 2314C lhl > > > 23
C N W Y 1500 242 24 241 U 240 40
C M St P 19100 177 1T 176 1j 177 I 1 4
C Term Tr 1600 17 17 177 II 17 17J 17JPreferred
Preferred 900 0001 31 SO 30 30C WI WIC
C C C St L 700 99 90 99Cob yjj
Colo Cob So So5000 5000 26 26 261st 26 261st 26 261st
1st preferred 700 64 63 63 632d 632d 632d
2d preferred 3400 400 30 Ok 38 3B 14 i iDel
Del Hudson 26300 WO 191 1914 1SS 393Ji 393JiDel I93 I93Del 93 93Del
Del L I W V 200 358 337 33 ro roD 359D 7
D R R G 400 33W 3 33 33 33Brie
Preferred 3OOO OOO 85 I 87 877 877Brie
Brie i 47500 41 41Y 41 441st 411st 44 44let
1st preferred 5000 SI S0 SOI SO SO2d 56Id 8Vi
2d preferred 1200 66 616 66l 66 66 fib7 fib7H 667h
Hacking H eklng Valley Valle 700 91 soy 90V1 OO OOroferre 90roferred
Preferred roferre tOO 91 91 = 5 31 31l1s 91Ills Jly
Ills Central 4iOO 157 1 i IKi l 6 156iJ l 6g 6gIowa 54it
Iowa Central 4300 4002 4002ProfQrrod 32 32Proforrod 20 30 30ProfQrrod
ProfQrrod 900 5S i iK 57 57 5
K I C Southern 1000 1000Preferred 1GO11 1GO11Proferred 3 10 xlL xlLPreferred
Preferred 6500 6500L f 67r fiii J12
L r Nashville 71K 13S 1 IISI 127 127 188 188Manhattan 138Manhattan 1 1Manhattan
Manhattan L 800 170 1700k 7 = 170 O 17ff 17ffMet l111let j7IyMet
Met Secur 2100 78 78 7i 7iMot jgYt jgYtlet 7i4Mat
Mot let St Ry R 12300117 12300 ll7 J HU 11 111 111Mex 1 115 115Mex 4
Mex Central 1900 > 22 11 22VT 2 4 2 2Minn 22 22MLnn w8 w8Minn
Minn St L 200 60 6 60 r 5o 5oM
M 1 St P Sau SauSte Sault SaultStc SauitSte
Ste M s 2600 101 10Hs 10lt MO if 100Preferred 1t4Preferred
Preferred 400 1C1 161Ms 160tflL 160tflLMo 200 200Mo por l001 l001Mo
Mo Pacific 76300 109 107 IOSt IOStl1 10S 10SM 10St 10St3L
M K T 700 32 32 32 31 31Proferrcdx 31Preferred
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Nat Nath R R R of ofMex s It
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NY N < Y Centralfcsl2600 Central + 1 340 14 34Jt1 4 1I 1IS 115N Itll ItllJ H 4
J N Y O t AVl V191 V 19700 45 45 > S 44 4111 4IiNor J4 J4tCor s
Nor Nor West 1100 Sl 811f SO 81 81Proforrodi 81PrnorrQd SIPreferred
Preferred 2QQ 200 94 94i 93 93t 9a 9aPenhsylvafiia 91Penhsylv 93Penasylvamila
Penhsylvafiia Penhsylv ta h 13600 19 6J l 1411 ffk wfe 1t9 3i9t4 JAVA JAVAR IliV 1J0I 1J0IP
> R Re P CG fisstM St L < cor rrlteutllng 82 sn 81 ftsife fr
Rctidlng Rttt dtlg i iii t2l 4 2711l iSOQ 4i 5IfI 32 9 92let J ok lSs lSs2d
let prefcrred c roo i itt itt2d L I flji
2d d preferred 1100 S3 11 11
Rock Island Co CoPreferred 9000 35 4 34 H 431 35h
5Theferred Preferred 2700 i00 14 StP SJ I Ipreferred 511 511preferred
St S t U I S F 2d 2dpreferred d S211
preferred A 2700 i3i 73 7 72 tM
St L S W WIreferred 1500 15O 26 25 25j 26 1
Ireferred h Isoo 61 b 51 61 6l4
So So Paciflo PacifloPreferred 6OO b 67 67 bj
Preferred 1800 U8r 118 115 4 118 IIS4
SOj So Rall RaHWby ay 32300 300 35 3I a ta
Preferred 1100 98 9 97 7V
Tex Pacific 16300 36 34 U ZI5 6
T St t L 4 W V VPreferred 1000 z Z6 as 355 < h 4
Preferred 2600 600 5tY IPI 53 I
IJnion Qn lnIo on Pacific PacificProiacred PacIC c 100 1O6700 OO 12311 1t 1 Iz B
Proiacred ProiacredWabash Pro1 tred 100 9is 97 97 4J7j i
Wabash WabashPreferred I7iiO 23 23
Preferred 1 3250 2 mk 4 1 Ia 4e
W L E Ettjis GOO 2I 2514 23 23
ttjis V1s Central CentralAdams CQn tral 200 23a i 5Z 50 j ilJy ilJyamt
Adams amt Ex t6
American Ex O 35 IH 211IS S
U I S Ex ExWellsFargo r > 00 100 IS 19 19Usl 129elisFargo
WellsFargo elisFargo Usl < ar o Ex ExAmal E1zArnal to tomal
Amal mal Copper CopperAm 5iiOi 5y 71 743 74 74 74m 74Am
Am m Car r F FPreferred 1410 = iim 35 35Prferrod lii
Preferred PreferredAm f 2O 1 113Am r iUl
Am Cotton Oil OilPreferred 2JOO ni I3 H HPreerrpd 34Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm 91 91Am 93Am
Am Icq I cQ T 100 tW 6 6y 6 6Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm 1400 40 4i tI tI4 40ll 40llm 40 40Am
Am m Unseed LfU ted ed Oil OilPreferred IOU 1 17 1i 1t1f 15 15Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm 0 0Am mcAnt
Am Locomo LocomoPreferred 4oje r31 7 56 a7 a7Prcfcrroo 37Preferred
Preferred PreferredAmMS nIO 101S 1W 110 11 11AW lbAm
AmMS Am S R RAm 6OCU 6 56 6 6Proforred
AW rrdR 8
Proforred t 230 i 119 1 1Am 1B 15s 15sAm
Am Sugar Re Ref 1500 14f > 14216 142 H HAm 11L 11LAm
Am Tob pfd pfdcertificates pfdcertificates p10certificates
certificates 1700 1700Anu 93V 91 94 94lOSA MAna 9 9Ana
Ana Min lIn Co 1200 1200Brook 200 lOSA 105 ½ 108 10SCl 10 10Brook lOSBrook
Brook R T 2900 2900Colo Z9O Cl 6 647Vi oo t10i 00 00Colo 00 00Cole
Colo FV F F I 1 lSOO lSOOCon 47Vi 41 46 tli I ICnn 47 47Cwi
Con Gas 3900 3900Corn 900 204 2OtY 2OtYC 202 208 208COrn
Corn C rn Products 400 400Prefowoil 20 20 QPrefcrroI 20Prefertu1
Prefowoil SX SXDistil 76 i6Y 76 i6y 76I 7 7Di 76 76Distil
Distil Di tIl Secur 2503 36 64 4 36Vi 36ViISGW 36Gen 86 36 36Gen
Gen Electric COJ COJIntl J ISGW 1 156 1S6 1 6 s6 s6Inti 156Intl
Intl Paper 200 200Preferred 21 1 20 1rt4 20 20Preferred J JPreferred
Preferred 100 100Intl 76 7fi1h 76 7G 7GInti 76Intl
Intl Pump 300 300Preferred s 38 3S 3SPrererrd 35Preferred ½
Preferred PreferredNatl 86 86Nat 86NatI
Nat Lead L ad 2900 2900Nor 000 29 912 912Nor 28 25 25Nor
Nor Amor SCO SCOPacific 104 104 14 14Paelrle lOtPacIfic
Pacific Mail 1e1l 7W > 11th 14 44 IH It ItPCOIles 44Peoples
Peoples Gas 1700 1700P 107 IOii 107 1j 1jP 107P
P Steel Car 700 700Preferred 6 I 31j 36 36Ereferred 36Preferred
Preferred 100 100Pull SIO 0 W WPull US USPull
Pull Pal Car 100 100Republic 243 4 2m 214 214Republic 44 44Repub1te
Republic Steel SIt SflOPreferred I 16 1G 1 I6k I6kPre 16 16Preferred
Preferred Pre f erred 100 100Rubber 00 69 ro tJSf tJSfRubber 65Rubber
Rubber Goods 700 700Preferred 26 tJt4 S 9 9T 9cli b blrefcrred
Preferred PreferredTcnn 94 94Tenn
Tcnn T cli Gr C < fc 1 i r > 700 700LT 00 7 79I 2 t4 71 7i 7iL 1 72 72U
LT S Leather L ather R300 R300Preforrefl 14 1408 i 1 14 14 141W 14Preforr 141reforrol
Preforrefl Preforr lI 3303 3303U 1W ItIk 103 1 1u 108 108S5 18I3 18I3U
U S Realty Ranlt 4600 S5 82 sk SI SIl St1J
U S Rubber 4W 4WPreferred tliPrferrod > 36 33 H Hieo 35Prtferrmi >
Preferred 100 100U ieo 100 K 100 itSi1i
U S Steel 20SGO 20SGOPreferred O 32 3 3Pcererrt 38Preferred
Preferred d 22100 22100V 6 Vl l1 i iY 15
V Cl C Chem ChenOO 2200 2200Preferred 35 t5f 31 U 35 35Pref 35Preferred
Preferred Pref rrod 201 201Westing 108 108 10S 10SVesUn lOSWesting
Westing VesUn Bloc 10i 10iWestern 1 > 180 80 ISO 178 178Westerim I IWesten
Western Union 600 600Total 92 9 9314 92 9 92 92Total I ITotal
Total sales for the day da day143S600 1438600 shares
Chicago Feb i The he feature of trading tradin tradinin
in wheat w eat was the relative strenctji stren > th and andactivity nudncUvlt30 an anactivity
activity of the July Jul delivery dclher The tem temporary temr ternporary ¬
porary supplanting of the e May option I by bythe bythe
r ao ff
sy sydOJ dOJ g gawakened
the more distant months t was due to an anawakened anawakenedrealitiomi
awakened awakenedrealitiomi realization of the possibility of ofa ofn ofa
n a shortage shorta e of wheat during the months of ofJune otJune ofJuii0
June ana July
Fear of this contingency was empha emphasized empl1asized empliasized ¬
sized through a report by b a St Louis Louistrade Louistra Louistrade
trade tra e journal that many man complaints of ofdamage ofdamage ofdamage
damage to t winter wheat by cold weather weatherhad weatherhad weatherbad
had beenrecelved The market was also alsobullishly alsobUllishly alsobullishly
bullishly affected by b the decision of At Attorney Attorne Attorney ¬
torney torne General Moody Mood regarding draw drawbacks drawbacks drawbacks ¬
backs on wheat Imported for the manu manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
facture into flour for export Action of ofn orell ofa
n ell leading leudin i operator t In buying u July and andselling andselling
selling May Siay fa was a t factor f to In ngafs causing dis disparity disparity rs rsparity ¬
parity between the two leading options optionsAt
At the opening the market m rket was quite firm firmMay firma firms1ay
May a being up at 117 to 117 July Julyopened Julyopened Julyopened
opened SQimWVt 99 93 Predictions of snows snowsthroughout snowsthroughout snowsthroughout
throughout the west and southwest southwestqauseji southwestausel southwestqausei
qauseji some selling of July early In the thesession thesession thesession
session and resulted in a decline to 9 9Ju 99 99A i I
A leader of the bull crowd was an active activeseller activeseller activeseller
seller of May Gradually but surely the thenrice theErice theprice
Erice price of that delivery sank lower The Thesame Theatne
same trader however soon started buy bu buIng
Ing July quite freely Pit traders fol followed followeJ 01 01loweJ
loweJ the lead From 99V 99 July rose to toO1h to00m
100 O1h 00m Late In the day some reaction reactionoccurred reactionoccurred reactionoccurred
occurred on profittaking final quotations quotationson quotationsd quotationsonJuly
on onJuly July l being I at t 100 The e May delivery deliverysold deliverysold
sold d off to 116 i6 i6t and closed lose weak k at il 116 116lfiL16 fJr fJrLl6
lfiL16 < 9 > 116 Ll6 Clearances of wheat and flour flourwere lourwere flourwere
were equal to 00500 bushels Exports for forthe forthe forthe
the week as shown by Bradstreets were wereequal Wereequal wereequai
equal to 945000 bushels Primary receipts receiptswere receiptswore333OO receiptswere
were wore333OO 333200 bushels compared with 559700 559700bushels 009700bushlls 630700bushels
bushels a year ago Minneapolis Duluth DuluthandChicago Duluthand DuluthandChicago
andChicago and Chlcago reported receipts of 228 cars carsagainst carsagainst carsagainst
against 130 cars > last week cek and 361 cars a ayear ayear l lear
year ear ago agoTrading agoTrading agoTrading
Trading in the corn market was un unusually 11nusualh tinusually ¬
usually quiet and prices showed almost almostno
no change chan p May Iay opened o > cned a shade lower lowerat
at 44 447j44 < 44 4H sold between 44 4Hi and 44 44and 4Hie 4Hieand 4iand
and closed clo ef1 at 44 Local receipts were wereI
1 cars with 2 of contract grade gradeAs gradeAs gradeAs
As a result ot selling senln by cash houses housesand 110useSand houseSand
and some local bears the oats market marketopened marketopened marketopened
opened easy but developed steadiness steadinessMay steadinessMay steadinessMay
May opened unchanged to a shade o higher higherat
at t 30 30 to 30fcflO 3 liiro ½ sold off to 30 3OttgOO 3OttgOOc1o 30GOand GO GOand
and closed c1o ed at at3O 30 36 Local receipts were 46 46cars 46Provisions 16Provisions
cars carsProvisions Provisions were neglected At the close closeMay elose1ln closeMay
May 1ln pork and ribs were unchanged at at8ih
1287 8ih and 687 respectively Lard was wasup wasup wasup
up a shade at 692 692Estimated 692h 692hFsUmated 692Estimated
Estimated receipts for tomorrow tomorrowWheat tomOrroheat tomorrowSheat
Wheat heat 8 cars corn 222 cars oats 48 48cars 48cars 48cars
cars hogs 25000 head headThe headThe headThe
The leading futures ranged as follows
WHEATlo 2 2I
1 Open O > en I HIghl High J Low 1 Close CloseMay Close Closef CloseMay
May May f 117 ¼ H tfl71A 17 J116 1mc411rf 1mc411rfJuly l iGVi iflGVl iflGVlJuly ill4
July i8Sfc99t 9 ll t 100 l00Y ½ ifJ 9t 9tSpt 11flJ l Wfe i
Scot vl 483 183 11 4 i9 i iCORltVNo i 33 33CORK J JE6in2 ½
CORK CORltVNo E6in2 E6in2i NO 2 2I 2 I
I 1 Open I High Low JClose JCloseFeb I Close CloseFEb CtoseFeb
Feb 1 I i lMay t tMay t tMa30
May 444144 41 141 41 < H 411 411July
July 454545 4 t 4ii ½ H5 45 ¼ 45 G45145 G45145OATS2O < 8 > 111 111Jub 4a 4aOATS 45OA
I I Open I Hlgfr S Low w 1 Close CloseFeb CloseFeb CloseFeb
Feb J I I IMay i iMay i2UI i2UItay
May tay 303020 3OmI6O h I W 2qL3ii sl1 < fiJi1 nc3sm nc3smJuly 3ci1u3July IAJ I IJ
July J ul30 I 3030i30SO O 3Oith3O3Ol4GtiO2Og Mf3043 CO 4jq 4 Iii 30fit 30fitMESS 3U34 3U34MESS 11 1
I Open J i High High I Low LowFob Close Closeu CloseIab
Fob I I I IMay u 11r r 7 7May 1f 1fMay
May 12S71h 12S7 U2S7 I2S71h 12St 1 S 12S7 11I71 11I71LARDPer ll28TLARDPer 12S7LARD
LARD LARDPer Per 109 lbs lbsI
I Open I High I Low Lo 1t i Close CloseFeb CloseFeb = lose loseFeb
Feb j I IMay G72 G72May G1h G1h1lay
May t IGSI3I 07 7b 1692 IG92y U 1 i5t 7 isfci isfciJulyI 9 9JuJy n nJuly =
JulyI July 1 1 L I iSHORT J7W J7WSHORT 17tiSHORT
J Open J High J Low I Close CloseFeb Close1eb CloseFeb
Feb I iBt iBtMay iCC1 iCC1May 666May
May 683 687 GS5 jGi jGiJuly CS7 CS7July
July Jul i 1702 1702Cosh IG IGJul 1 io2 io2Cash 0213 0213Cash
Cash quotations Quotat quotatioiiswere ans were as follows tollawsIilour foliowslour i iFlour
Flour lour steady steadyWheat steadyVheatNo steadyWheatNo
Wheat VheatNo No 2 spring 114110 I14 lG No xo3 3
105116 No 2 red lMy 11 1J1G12O7iJ 1J1G12O7iJCornNO fi1 fi1CornNo < 812 812Corn
Corn CornNo No 2 2 42 No o 2 yellow elIow 43 43Oats 4 4OatsNo 43OatsNo
Oats OatsNo No 2 29 2n No No2 2 white whiteRyeNo 642 642RyeNo 2 2Rye
Rye RyeNo No 2 75 75Barley 75Barle 75BarleyGOOd
Barley BarleyGOOd Good feeding 37 3 3735 38 fair to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice malting 4246 4246Plax 424GPlax 42lf45Piax
Plax Seed SecdNo No 1 116 No 1 northwest northwestern northw northwotera t tern ¬
ern 122 122Mess 122ess 122Mess
Mess ess Pork PorkPer Per bbl 12651273 12651273LardPcr 126 12654j1271LardPCr tgJ2rl tgJ2rlLardPer
LardPcr 100 lbs 6706i72 6706i72Short G 670Si2Short OG6i2 OG6i2Short ½ =
Short Ribs RibsSides Sides 10050 looSe o 662675 662675sides G62 a6267sides G7 G7sides
sides boxed box d 6756S7 6756S7Whisky 67 675657WhiskyBasis GS71h GS71hVhlskyBasls
Whisky VhlskyBasls Baals of nigh wines 123 123Cloxfer 13Clo1rContta 123CbovbrContra6t
Cloxfer Clo1rContta Contract < t grade 1250
I I Rec I Ship ShipFlour ShipFlour ShipFlour
Flour bbls bblsWheat I 24 2MQ 2119I 1 < 19600 19600Wheat 19600Vheat 19600Wheat
Wheat bu buCorn t 20TW9 SS700 SS700Corn 8700Corn 18700Corn
Corn bu buOats 1129 l2 8001331W 1133100 1133100Oats
XQV Oats buV buVRye bu v I io jnnJ 62900 62900Rye < 900 900Rye MK MKvbuvvvvvvv
Rye bu 4000 4000B 40001 40001BarloybU
1 Barley B BarloybU I vbuvvvvvvv y bu 623001 S SFlour I IPacific 21t0 21t0Pacific >
Pacific Coast C ast Grain GrainSan GrainSan GrainSan
San Francisco Feb 3 3Vhoat Wheat stronger strongerMay strongerta strongerMay
May ta 151 Doc 130 130Barloy 10Darlo 130Barley
Barley Darlo r stronger May lay 121 12n Doc 95 95Butter 95Butter t5 t5Butter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNet
New New YorkFcb York Feb 3 IButter Butter sarong sarone Street Streetprices Streotpriem Streetprices
prices extra Crpanrcry 00 OOm OCfl OCflplal Offiial
plal ial prices creamerycommon creamery common to tacdrn31 extro extrn21dfl extrn21dfl3O ai < ai
30 do held common to extra 342S 31 Y ren renovated renovated ranovated ¬
ovated common to extra l I7OJ i6i cjS jsvostcra jsvostcrafactory western WQsternfactolj westernfactory
factory common to extra 17 17Eggs 17Eggs 17OJ 17OJEggs
Eggs strong western firsts 31 do < sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds 28330 28330Chicago 2St 2Sf3Q4lhicago l30 l30hlcaso
Chicago Feb 3 3On On the produce cx cxchanKe cxchange cxchange
change toda today the butter market murkctw was wasrirm wasfirm s sfirm
firm Creameries 1929 1929Y dairies 192S 192SKegs W 10fJ251ggs
Kegs 1 g8 firm at mark 22 22i29 29 Firsts 23 23prime 21prime 211prime
prime prime 31 extras33 extras33DIAMOND CX extras 1ls 1lsc 1lsDIAMQND 33 33DIAMONDCOAL c
to1dc t Soldonly only by2 b byzCit1zens Citizens Coal C CS3 companst Conipan
53 West Second South Tel 4S 49a >
HAMPERS TRADE TRADENevertheless TRADENevertheless TRADNevertheless
Nevertheless Business Is Progressing ProgressingSteadily ProgressingSteadily ProgressingSteadily
Steadily SteadilyLABOR SteadilyL SteadilyLABOR
I New w York Yor Feb 3 3Duns Duns WeeklyReview Weekly WeeklyReview eekI3 eekI3Uevio
Uevio Review of ofTradtomorrow Tradetomorrow Tnade tomorrow win say sayBusiness sa saBusiness sayBusiness
Business progresses prp r sses steadily steadil all allspeculative allspeculative allspeculative
speculative excesses cesSC having been beenavoided b beenavoided n naold
avoided aold d thus thus far and the numerous numerousnegotiations numerouufgotla numerouauegotiation
negotiations ufgotla ons now now pending indicate that thatthe tb thatthe t tthe
the maximum of activity is yet to tocome tocome tocome
come Some IrregularIty irr gulallt In reports for forthe fQrthe fortime
the first month were undoubtedly due dueto dueto dueto
to exceptionally severe tere weather weatherTaken weatherl weatherTaken
Taken l aken as a whole reports for January Januarywere JaRUar JaRUarwer Januarywere
were very er much tetter b fter than in the thesame tbeSllo111e thesame
same month last year ear particularly as asto asto asto
to failures Distribution of merchan merchandises merchanC merchancses ¬
dises C es once more on a liberal scale traf traffic tnLfi traflie ¬
lie fi blockades having disappeared and andin andin andin
in many cases S large clearance sales saleshave saleshan saleshave
have > been disposed di9Po of Few labor dis disputes dis1utes ¬ I IIutes
putes are interrupting Interru ting work wor although althoughseveral alt althoughseveral ough oughseernl
several nexv1 n controversies are threat threatened threatened threatcited ¬
ened Manufacturing plants are rank making malt malting ranking ¬
ing the best returns Iron furnaces and andsteil and8te and8tel
steil 8te 1 mills operate close to their full fullcapacity fullcapacity fullcapacity
capacity and nd the quarterly report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the leading lcadil concern showed an enorm enormous enormous enormous ¬
ous tonnage of business on the books booksat
at the end of the year despite ths tIl fact factthat factthat factthat
that the closing months of 1904 made madevery madeJr madezer
very Jr zer good exhibits exhibitsRailway exhibitsRailw exhibitsRaUwmy
Railway Railw y earnings for January were were1i
11 per cent larger than a year ago and andforeign andforeign andforeign
foreign commerce comm rce at this point for the thelast thelast thelast
last week showed an Increase of 070 070SO 07UiSO 970s0
iSO SO in exports aid a gain of 528067 In InImports InImports inIm
Imports ImportsCommercial ImportsCammerclal Im ports portsCommercial
Commercial failures this week in the theUnited theGnlted theUnited
United States are 239aguinst 305 last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week 335 the thepr preceding ceding week and 246 246the 246the 246the
the corresponding c rr tPonding week last year yearFailures yearFailures yearFailures
Failures Ih Canada number 30 against against3i
3i 3 > last week 34 the preceding weekand Week nd
21 29 last year yearBradstrcets yearBradstrccts ear earBradstreets
Bradstrcets Report ReportBradstreets ReportBradstrlets ReportBradstrpets
Bradstreets tomorrow tomarrow will say sayWidespread sa sayWidespread I
Widespread cold weather hampers hamperstrade hamperstrade
trade In nearly nearly airlines all au lines thus retarding retarJ1lng I
but not entirely entlrel checking the opening openingof
of sprjng distribution Except Exce t In a aOw arw aftt
Ow cases however notably notabl transpor transportation transpartation transportation ¬
tation and mining industry displays displaysrfcther dlspla displaysrhther s srfother
rfcther less than seasonable interfer interference InterfereJce interfereace ¬
ence and the feeling is strong that thatmilder thatmilder thatmilder
milder weather will usher in wide widespread widei widenrread ¬
spread i read activity aptllt in inall all lines The Th late latefreeze latefreeze latefreeze
freeze in Florida did much damage to tofruit tofruit tofruit
fruit and truck crops January clear clearings clearIngs clearlegs ¬
ings are the largest ever recorded In InI Inthat inthat
I that month though falling behind behindthose bebindtoose behindthose
those of December r Failures reflect the theannual theannual theannual
annual stock takings and balancing of ofTaooks afbooks ofbooks
books In the large number of failures failurestut failuresfut failurestut
tut in greatly reduced liabilities as ascompared ascompared ascompared
compared with January a year ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The south here carries the chief cbi f burden burdenIn
In that the entire increase of the entire entirenumber entirenumber entirenumber
number for the year is reported by b that thatsection thatsection thatsection
section which also shows the largest largestliabilities largestliabilities largestliabilities
liabilities of any group of 0 states Signs Signsof Signserlmproement
of Improvement improvementuoted noted here will be very veryclosely vc vcclosel veryclosely
closely closel watched watchedRailroad w watchedRailroad tehed tehedRailroad
Railroad earnings for January willshow will ill illshow j jshow
show a moderate increase in gross re receipts reclipts recoipta ¬
ceipts ceiptsCopper cliptsCopper coiptaCopper
Copper and lead are higher on the theweek theweek theweek
week Wool is quiet b but t firm here hereLondon hereLondon hereLondon
London wool sales prices were good goodexcept goodexcept goodexcept
except that some low grade crossbreds crossbredsweakened crossbredseakened crossbredsweakened
weakened slightly slightlyBuilding sUghtlyBuilding slightlyBuilding
Building activity acthit has bern lessened lessenedby lessenedby lessenedby
by recent cold weather and nd lumber and andbuilding andLuil andbuilding
building Luil 1ing < material for immediate use useare useare useare
are affected thereby Lumber how however ho hoeer however ¬
ever is strong at primary points and a alarg alarge alarge
large demand at high prices is looked lookedfor lookedfar lookedfor
Business failures for the week ending endingher
February 2 in the United Stat States aura number auraher I
her 239 against 228 last week 216 in the thelike thelike thelike
like week in if 1 1904 20S in 1903 247 247in 4 in 1S02 1S02and IiQ2and 1502and
and 250 in 1001 1001In IM1In 1901In
In Canada failures ior or the week num number number nurnber ¬
ber 30 against 43 last week and 25 in inthis inthis inthis
this week a year ago agoWheat agoVheat agoWheat
Wheat Including flour exports for forthe torthe forthe
the week ending January Janu r 27 2 are 94535S
bushels against 1101587 last week
2 604226 this week last year ear 3965916 In
1903 and 4 900457 In 1902 From July ul 1 1to 1tl 1to
to date exports are 40057133 4005 133 bushels bushelsagainst bushelsagainst I
against 101351344 IOl3 l341 last year ear 15095S53S 15095S53Sin 1509 8538 8538In
in 1903 and 165621551 in 1902 1902Corn 1902Corn 1902Corn
Corn exports for the week are 5302 53025Q3the 5302503the
503 5Q3the the largest total for pver ver four fouryears fourytars fouryears
years against 3035733 3035 33 last week 1 14111S6 1411186a
4111S6 411186a a year ago 2400316 in 1903 and
169145 in 1902 1902From 1902From 1902Front
From July 1 ito to date the exports of ofcorn orcom ofcorn
corn are 33J43646 3314 641 against 34S815SS 34S 5SS In
1904 22735928 2 3592S in 1903 and 20537191 2053 191 in inI
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementVasblngton StatementWashington
Washington Feb S Today statement statementof
of the treasury balances in the general
fund exclusive of the J150000000 sold old re reserve 10 10serve reserve ¬
serve in the division of redemption redemptionshows redemptionshows redemptionshows
shows Available cash balance 140640
861 gold 502S2i43Commercial 50283743 50283743Commercial 50282743Comnterc1al
Commercial National bank savings
department Or Olel > ei for deposits Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day from 7 to S Sp p m mTHE mTHE ntTHE
Many May 1Ia See But It Takes Genius to toRealize toR toRiallze
Realize RealizeWhen R RiallzeWhen lIze lIzehm
When hm James Watt att saw the steam caus ¬
ing the kettle lid to jump up and down he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said There must be power in that thatsteam thatsteam thatsteam
steam that it can lift such a weight weightThere weightTh weightThro
There Th re eras asililUons wasMillions = erasMillions
Millions prior to him had seen the same samephenomenon samephenomenon samephenomenon
phenomenon and regarded it as an un unexplained unexplained unexplained ¬
explained mystery mysteryRecent m mysteryRecent stery steryRecent
Recent scientific research has put its itsfinger itsfinger itsfinger
finger on the ocC8usc cause of Dandruft Fall Falling FallInJ Failing ¬
ing Hair and consequent Baldness and andhas andhas andhas
has unearthed a a tiny germ which eats eatsthe e eatsthe ts tsth
the th life from the roots of human hair hairNewbros hallNcwbros hairNewbros
Newbros Herpicide restroys this germ germand germand germand
and consequently restores the hair to Its Itsnatural Itsnatural itsnatural
natural state stateSold stateSold stateSold
Sold by b leading loodin druggists drug Ists Send lOc in instamps Instamps instamps
stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co CoDetroit CoDetroit CoDetroit
Detroit Mich
New Ne York Feb 3 3The The follOwing ta table table table ¬
ble compiled by b Bradstreet shows the thobank thebank thebank
bank clearings at the principal cities for forthe torthe forthe
the week w k ended Feb 2 2 with the per percentage percentage perceatage ¬
centage el e increase and decrease d cre e as com compared comrared cornrared ¬
rared with the corresponding week we last lastI lastyear 10Styear
I lAmount Amount llncirec Ilncl IthclcNew C i iNew I INew
New York msns fLSiltI119iiIUo7 l4401941O i955 44o 44oChicago
lSS512mi 137 137Boston U7t 157Boiton
Boston Bo ton J U6tW 1s6isIisj 6iM2 St1 I 0 < M MSt
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