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THE 1 SALT LAKE LA HERALD RALD TUESDAY SDAY FEB 7 Z 1905 905
I U MINES MINEsAND MINESAND AND MINING MININCSTOCKS4INANWAL STOCKS FINANCIAL AND AND COMMERCIAL 0
I
AMERICAN FLAG FLAGORE FLAGORE
ORE IN MARKET MARKETManagement MARKETMa
Management Ma gement Pulls Down Big Money MoneyTor MoneyFor
For or 135 Tons TonsEXPORTING TonsE
EXPORTING E PERTING US USCOS COS MINES MINESSTRIKE MIN S SSTRYkE
STRIKE STRYkE IN THE NEW YORK YORKIS YORKISD fIS 1S
DENIED DENIEDThe D II IIThe
The American Flag Fla Mining company companysold companysold
sold 80 d 135 135 tons of ore inyesterday6 inyesterda 6 mar market
ket on controls showing showln 655 ouncos sil silVer slltcr silr1
Ver r1 760 in gold SS i per cent lead and
13 per ncrcent cent copper Just what was de derived derIved ¬
rived from the sale of ot the lot was not notmade
made public but the assay values and andthe
the condition of the theinnrket market for the day daymake
make it plain that the thecompany company re reeched
celved not less than 7000 for the lot lotIor
For a proposition which hlch Is doing doingIit doln
nothing Iit thin > but development work the theAmcrloun
American Flag is going goIn some This Thisshipment Thisshipment
shipment represents the amount of ore oreforwnrdod
forwardedto forwnrdod to market since the first or orthe
the year car or rather the first consign consIgn1cnt
mcnt since the closing up of the lots lotsproduced lo loproduced lotsproduced
produced in December and andwhich which were wereBold weresold weresold
sold early last month for something somethinglike somethin somethinllke somethinglike
like JSOOO 8000 8000President
President T F Singiser has not yet yetmade yetmade
made a trip to the property but just justa
si a at ion pon as he builds up his strength strengthlittlehe a
little littlehe he will go out outand and see what whatchanges whatchanges
changes have taken place since his last lastl
lieek l cek underground in November That Thateverything Thatoer
everything oer thing is moving along all right Is isindicated
indicated in the amount of ore coming comin cominto
to market and the reports submitted by byManager byManugor
Manager John G Jlhodin but for all allthat allthat allthat
that Captain Singiser is anxious to see seewhat seewl seewhatthe
what wl whatthe a the ledge looks like on the 1000 1000and 1000nnd 1000and
and 1100foot levels levelsConcerning levelsConcernluS
Concerning the reports from the Park Parkthat
that the company contemplates s build building bulldin
ing in a mill in the near future Captain CaptainSingiser CaptainSlng
Slng Singiser sor says j itIs 1tIsa1lzionsensQ t ISa11 > allnonsense nonsense and why whySUcILsori S
such SUcILsori s ories are seriously told he can can1oii
noi 1oii iiotiIagine imagine llaginemhere
inhere is going gohl to be no mill erected erectedbthe
by bthe the American Flag company said stIdlle
lie yesterday untirthe ore re bodies Have Havebeen i
been more thoroughly explored and andteSls andtclls
teSls teit nfade de to make it positive that thatwhenn
whenn when1amilI mill is builtit bullt it will beoapable be capable capableofd i
ofdoingthe ofd fngthe work The subject subJectisotie subJectisotiefOf subect is Isonc one
for the future futureE ture turePE
E > CPERTNG < PE TING U S MINES MINESAdoph MINESAdolph
Adoph Adolph AdophLewIssohns Lewissohns Representatlvels RepresentatlvelsNow Representative is isNow S
S
Now at atthe the Properties PropertiesJ
J Bark Channing brother of General GeneralManager GeneralInnager I
Manager K H Channirig of the UtahConsoUdated Utah UtahConsolidated L LConsolidated
Consolidated and president of the Ten Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee Copper company is reported reportedfrom reportedfrom I
from fi oni Boston as now being beln at the prop properties properties propS ¬
erties of the United nlted States Mining com company eompuny ¬ S
puny conducting conductin an examination and andpreparing am
preparing a report upon them for
Adolph Lewissohn who was recently recentlymade recentlymade recentl
made a director in the company on the thepurchase thepurchase
purchase by him of 30WO shares of ofstoqk ofsto 01
stoqk sto In the company stock which re report repert repcrt ¬
port credits him with having secured securedas I
as a result of a pool of that amount amounthaving amounthaving t
having havIngbeen been made by the ClarkCool ClarkCoolidgePHolden ClarkCoolJlg
idgePHolden Jlg ii den Interests at 2150 per pershare perRhare peishare
share Mr r Lewlssohn Is also credited creditedwith creditedwith creditecwith
with having Bought Ought and sold many man r rU16usands
thousands of shares additional on the theadvance theadance
advance from 22 to28 to28When to28Vhen to 28 28When
When he became identified d with the I
United States company he endeavored
It IB said to purchase 100 shares from I
the controlling interests but they re rcUed ¬
fused Ued to reduce their holdings holdln s more inor
than the 30000 3000 shares share mentioned mentoned In Ir
fact fact most of them are reported to have havepurchased haepurchaed x xpurchased
purchased purchaed back In the open market the theequivalent theequivalent tin tinequivalent
equivalent of the block which they the theol thesoidprivately
sold soidprivately ol privately to Mr r LewJesohn Presi I ¬
dent dertRD R IL D Evans Is now no said to Pre holfl h hdi
110000 10000 shares of the stock himself hlmsel or ormoreJthan ormOIeh a 1 r rrnorethan
moreJthan mOIeh n he ever has held before beforeSILVER beforeSILVER
SILVER SHIELD SIIELD INSPECTED INSPECTEDGood INSPECTEDGoo
Good Goo Money is Going to be Made in inMining inMining it itMining
Mining Soon SoonSecretary SoonSecretar SoonSecretary
Secretary Secretar Ed E H Mead and E S Tag
gart of the
Silver Shield
Siver company ir irspent
spent Sunday S nday at that blossoming blosoming Bing Bln
ham bbnanza and and both bothreturned returned retured most ihostenthusiastic mostcnthusIaste ihos t tenthusiastic
enthusiastic cnthusIaste oyer o er conditions condItons in the th e
lower Joner tunnel workings workngs The ledge is isstill iss1 I S Sstilt
still s1 very e wet wet Mr r Mead ead says and the theo1e tit E Eoze
016 o1e being bein broken reaches reches the tunnel
level in a 8 soft sof mushy condition conditionButthe conditon conditonButte conditionBut
Butthe But the ore Is there all
Butte or thereal right rght said sal a
Tilr Mr Ir Mead ead and the quantity and qual ¬
QUantit3
ity Iy is such that I feelsafe feel safe in predict ¬
ing that the pending pendng assessment assesment will wIl wi
be the last the Will hll
lat company compay 11 need to t 0
levy lev This ore Is not coming cmln from the th C f
Silver Slhe Shield Shied fissure fssure the te vein which whichproduced whichprduced whicproduced
produced prduced the money In the te old work wont
Ings The tunnel will wIl have 1e to be driven drivensome drIvensme U Usome
some sme distance yet to get into that but butit buti bu it itIt t
it i will wI not take tak long to get the new ne V k
ledge In shape for generous ener u8 production productionand prducton prductonand productiotnnd i
and and when it Is the company should shouldj shouldf1d I Iand
f1d and j d I feel certain will wll make good goodmoney goodmone goo U Umoney i 1
money moneyMrTaggart mone moneMr moneyMr
MrTaggart Mr T Taggaxt gptt Is oaeof oJe of the oldest old t men me n
in the Shield company col He has watched ii 1
Its Itc development devolopmet from from the start and andashile ad am 1 1blle
ashile ie at atthe the mine Sunday Sun < a lie le expressed expresed exprese 1 i j
WrnselC helr as being beln Batisfied t8ned that the themines Ut e emines
mines 1 lnes future was assured assuredSTRIKE d di j jSTRIKE
i STRIKE JS DENIED DENIEDNeto DENIEDNeW DENIEDriew
NeW York ork Has Not Struck Ore in the theWinze theWinze U e eS eWinze
Winze Below 600 600There 600There 600There
S
There ia absolutely absol tely nothing in the thereport theroport Ui e 0roport
roport published publshed Sunday SundaJ to the effect effectthat efect efectthat e1e St
that there ther is five fve feet of ore In the bot bottom botom bolS ¬
tom om of the winze at the New York Yorksaid Yorksld YorksaIdecretry S
said sld saIdecretry Secretary Seorota J H H Deming yesterday yesterdayeXtef yesterdayater y yafter
after ater a a trip trp of inspection Inspecton to the mine mineThe minehe a aThe
The he mine is looking good The 1ho drift driftand drit drii rt rtutd c
and nd slopes stpe on the 690foot 6foot level are areshowing aresowing a ashowing
showing sowing up in good shape and the thewlaze thewI1zCwhen tt ttwlnzewhen
wlaze wI1zCwhen wlnzewhen when I left the mine was within withintwenty Ii Iitwenty
twenty 1 went feet of the 700foot level This Thiswinze Th is iswlnze
winze Inze has been going ging down in the fis fissures fs fssure fit fitsures ¬
sures sure practically vrctcly all al the way from the U te
600 level leel but bu it is not and has not been bee It Itin
in the ore shoot It I looks look good in the thettm ti 10
bottam ttm hpwovar booe and ad ore may come come1n con xe
in bj b the time tme the 700foot 7otoot mark is isreached I Irea a area
reached rea he hed From the way the shoot shootmakes shot hootmake t tmakes
make makes oh the levels above It is I expect expected expet expetil espec t ted ¬
ed il that some sme little Htte drifting drftng will wi have to 1 o
be done on the 700 70 to get into it f An Anothershipment Anth ¬
othershipment th shipment will wi be made in about abouta abouta abox aboxa F
a a week weekAs weekAs eek eekAs
As soon as the incline Inclne shaft shaf reaches reachesthe reachestho reach is isthe
the 700 70 level a goodsized gosized station staion will willbe wi wi wibe
be cut anda and a permanent pCmnent working workins level levelopened levelopenod 1ev 1evopened
opened up On the tle 600 level the easter easterly castm r rly ¬
ly drift dmf Is being beln sent St along and will willlikely wi H ilhIk
wf
likely Ukely hIk l not be stopped until unt the limits lmis of ofthe orth a athe f
the th companys 6 ground In that
comr pound dire direction drec drecton c ction ¬
tion ton has been r 1 jP hod 0 d The same sme policy policywill polk lc3 y ywill
will wi govern Sv g vern rn op atlons 3lons on the 700 OO and andthero ad adthel at id idthero d
thero thel O is a a n probability probabUt also aso that tat the thecountry thecountI ti ie iecountry ie
country countI west oC o the shaft will wf be fully fullyexplored tuly tulycploro6 tuE ty tyexplored
explored cploro6 at the depth d pth mentioned mentoned Mr MrDeming M MDeming Ir IrDeming
Deming brought down with wih him some somevcr son sonvery j jvery
very vcr rich rch looking specimens of ore from fromthq frm frmth fro frothe
the th 600foot 60footlovu 60footlovuCOL level levelCOLUMBUS j jCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS COL UMBUS CON MEETING MEETINGPredicted MEETINGPredicfed MEETINGPredicfcd
Predicted Torrid TorridTim Time Likely Not NotJ Ni nt ntto t j jto
J to Materialize Materialze Today TodaysoI TodayThe oday odayTe >
Te The shareholders of the Colum1us Con Cons Ce n ns i
soI s 1hdated < Jatedallninc ated Mining Inln5 company co mpan CollmQus nIl U eathor In Innnnual Innnnual Inannual n
nnnual session slSfon today to y and oject spter Ulrectora Wrecto rs s
fct
for th t fn uft iIrg yrfir r Whflr hfl tljiic tnft Ulrctrs have havebeen ha habcn o c
been imports n un ui u u 4 twmi t ttti r1l imia t1Dc inx ui ptu jV S
pect pectior po poth et for this faceting teetns it Is now predicted predictedat
that tht th thIf at there ter will wi be nothing nQthlnl of the kind
I If there are a any chages changes In the bard bardor board
of ofIn directors director it will w1 be because becuse thosn now
In Inw control contol see fit It to make them aR they
w Inga will ill 1 cast the bulk of the votes at the thegtherIn
Catherine1 gtherIn ga thering today There Tere will wl be nothing
in in tost the way of reports submitted submited the thostatement
statement st stth atement sent out to shareholders about
thth the th e first fIrt of the year having huIn embodied emboied abut abutthe all al
there tere th ere was to t toll taUlanaccr
Manager lanaccr Tony Jacobson Jaobson stated stted yester ycter
day da y that water was becoming becming more plen plentiful plentful ¬
tist tiful tful ti ful in the canyon since too recent recentstorms recentstorms recentorms
storms st stsu orms and he believes belees there will wi be a asufficient a asuffcent
sufficient suffcent su sua flow fIQv uIo by b next week to insure insurea insuresteady
a steady run at the t power er plant for the
larh fo fothe
lerr
remainder re reth e of the e winter IJ In I that event eventthe evente
the th tha e mill mi will wIl be placed in commission commissiona commision commisionain commissiongain
a pain thS And it i will wJ not be run Uv UvJ IT W y
s Shearman Sheaman of the DalyWest Dal Vest plant either cithernotwithstanding eithernotwihstanding
notwithstanding notwihstanding n the fact tct that some of oftho ofe
the th e papers have boon ibeonrccenty recently tendering tQndorlnhIm
him 1d m the position positon of ofsuperlnlen4 superintendent < mt mtMINING
MINING STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEDaly
STOCK
j Daly D aly Raiders Accomplished Accomplshed Little Litlc LitlcNew
New York Strong and Lively Lvely LvelyDaly
Daly Daly and New NeW York Bonanza onanzn were wee the thoprincIpal
p principal p performers Derforcrs on the mining ex exhange
c hange yesterday cterda whie while Silver Siver Shield was wasstrong wasrong
strong st rong in third place pla The threatens throten
bear b ear attack on Daly Dal developed as pro predicted
d dieted but the brokers holding the stock stockwho
v who w wo ho wanted to make a lower low r market mlrkct in inorer
o order orer rder to meet requirements of their pa patrons paans
J trons tr ans were apparently apparenty afraid to oficr oficrIt Ofcr OfcrI ofrcrdown
It I down forfear for rea fear the wrong rong men might mightsnap mhhtsnap mightnap
snap s nap it up It I was snapped up upnd at 5150 5150and
a and nd S1il Sl5l4 151 right on the start start It I then thenrought
ba t brought 254 5 and an was from all al appear appearances 3pper 3ppera appearnces ¬
a ances ces afterwards att < rwards Jaundried hack to tor
S2J50 r so In the afternoon afernoon the stock sold at
S255 254 2 to 207 2 1 and closed cloe on a sale at at atW
New W York enjoyed njo ed its usual fiuctua fuctua fuctuatons
t tions tons ti ons In board lots Jot it was Wfl started at atlcs atc
54 54U lcs c c It then dropped drOIJpO offto Off to Me lc moved movedup
v up T to 53ic c and closed clos d at 52c c Silver SilverShield Siver SiverShield Silverhield
S Shield hield was strong at laYic li o to io c Petro Pctrotouched Petrotouched
j touched t hOc JO and Undo Sam sold first firt firtat2c firstt
at at2c a t 23c and then nt n t 2c the balance or orthe
t the th e list being bcln steady steadDuring steadyDuring
During the day a n total of 154 shares sharesof
c of f stock sto le with wlh a selling selng value vaue of of 863462 866
c changed hands the list lst of closing quo quotatons
tatons t tatlons and rQcord of ot sales sacs made being beIngas
as a s follows folows
1 Forenoon orenopn Af At AfternOO ternoor ternoorI rnoo rnooj
I j 1 Bid JAskedJI IAske JAskedj J Jld Jei M JAsked JAskedAjax IAlke
J Alce A lice 40 I 40 t
Ajax AjaxBullBeck A jax 10 O 11 11 10141 t 10 ½
BullBeck BullBeckCarisa BullBek B 0 n 70 0 0Curla
Carisa CarisaCroole Curla C arisa OTlki 11 11
c Creole C reole
4 4Con 35 353TUI 3 I 3
c Con C on Mercur MercurDaly 5g 3TUI 3fi la 31 312hii
J Daly DalyDalyJudfjc D 9 1 263 23S 262 262alyJudge 6 6DahTudge 1
DalyJudfjc DalyJudfjcDalyWest D G 600 tw 91Y1 81 75 I 000 60 70 700 700alyWest
j DalyWest DalyWestK D J 1862 1L62Y4 153 2
j K 11 B B B BG 6i 3 110
c G E Central CentralGalena ontral L15 15 t 35 315alena 1 0
Galena Galena G alena 4 4Horn 10 11
Horn Hor H orn Silver SilverLi Slyer ian 1 o
lh
j Li L Mammoth MammothMammoth Mammothammoth
3 Mammoth MammothMay llammoth M ammoth 18 f 190 118 tJl 1 1May 131 131ay
I May May M MO ay Day O 01 13 0S14 ° d3 I13
Ontario OntarioPetro OntrIo O < ntario ssO 0 I OS1 3 3SO I 43 450 450etro 0S
Petro PetroRoccoH P etro 0 0PQ 10 I 06V oe oeoecoH
RoccoH RoccoHSilver RocoH R oecoH oecoHlIver t 0
SS Silver Slver S King 00 5300 60 6o 6000 < 30 SO 5500 60 6000 iJ
Sacramento SacramentoS Sacamento S 10 11 11J6 1 w i n 11Shield
S Shield ShieldStar > 5 S4 J6 16 I 15 1 16
Star S SS tar Con ConSwansea 1 15 1 1 14 ID l5l L Lwansea
Swansea SwanseaS Sansea S wansea wanseawansea 35
S Swansea SwanseaSunshine Swasen wansea i 03 t Of 0E t tunshine
Sunshine S 1 1
II l y So S r Mining 2376 < t8fii 2401
lnlng2 7 < 1 1 0
Titah aht t j m I S 4 4 I 0 50
Uncle U ncle Bam am j 24 f 24 24
Victoria V VB J JBoston 1 155 1 1 111ZLI 1i J 19ZI 9V i
Boston BostonButlcrl B oston C < G ChQ J I 101 I 00 00utlerti
Oc OcI 0
Butlcrl ButlcrlBeck ButerIn B 1S 134j N i f 03 I 14
Beck Bek B eck Tun C CCentury I
Century Centur C entury 0 1 12
Little Litle L ittle Chief ChiefMartha Chio r 05 JJi 0
Martha Martha V VNew r j O < 2
New Nev N ew York YorkTetro 51w ie J A2 z 5 ii I Ietro
Tetro TetroVictor T etro 1 hS l2 Is 11 IJ t
Victor V ictor ton QonIVabash on O 0 0134 0 0414 0414u Q O I
Wabash IVabashYankee 1i 150 hi91 t 10 150 u 110 131ankee
Yankee Y ankee Con CdnIngot CO 321 I 9 3J I W z2M 35 35i 3
Ingot IngotJoe I O tte 03 I ut fl i 03 0 0Joe 03S
Joe J oe Bowers BowersRich 0 00k 0 01 U0 1 01 01Nevada 0 S
f1 01K
Rich R ich Ana 0 0Nevada 11 01 K
Nevada Stocks StocksJim StocksGohled
Gohled Goldfleld 5 I 10 t t 6 CiI
Jim J im Butler ButlerMontTon B ter 6 f0 J 6 0 0 60
MontTon MontTonMacnamara i 250 3 t Z0 f 246
Macnamara MacnamaraTonopah I 40 li I I 21 lii I
Tonopah TonopahTonBel TQnopa1 UT U3 ii n h1TonBel 4i
TonBel TonBelTonEx i 0 0TonEc j
TonEx TonExTonMid 4 46V IJ 501 6 5 5ToniUd 575 575on3yid I
TonMid ToniUd T on3yid i8 I u iC t tForenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesAJax Salcs SalcsAJxI0101i
AJax 100ftS sooeiio 104c 104cDaly
Daly Dal AJxI0101i 100SJ250 1o z5 10fKW2Slf l i75V l < 40 40iS23 igj l 10
40 2
10
Co Qi5ii iS23 3 2004252 2i21 200 2SS a 31eli5
Petro 200QSc 200QScUnclo 2t 31i
Uncle Sam eOOffiSSc eOOffiSScic t ti002cNew
New York York 4 lOflSoc t10Oic c c i
ilc S ic 100S32c l0 c I00g51c I00g51cOpen 1051 1051Open 1015ll4cOpen
Open Board BoardROO BoardW
ROO W 0o Ajax at 10c JO
100 10 Daly at 250
100 0 Lower Mammoth at KG rc
200 New York at Bl 6 61e 61etoo c S
too 0 New Xe York at SSc i iB
SOIl B New NeW York at 5Sc
300 3 3 10XewYorkat5ae New York at at100New 5 510GewYork
100New l0Nework 10GewYork xork at atBOO I I
BOO Potro at lOc lOc1D60 10c be1lioo la
1D60 1 Silver 8lver Shield at
1000 10 ooo Silver Slver Shield at 1c Thc 1 I
Sharee Shar6 sold sld 9S10 9S10Selling 930 930SellH 11340SeIiiig
Selling SellH value ssi 3411223 3411223Afternoon I IAfternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesA SalesAjx SalesAjax
A Ajx Ajax jax SOOQlOlic SOOQlOlicDaly E400lOCDaly lOi
Daly B 2004i2 > 4 ttOStS i40Qt l iIJ117 SftS7 7 71n
Uncle Sam 500Gic O024cingot 3rT 3rTInsot
ingot 1n ot lOCO 1 1000132c c cOpen
I
Open Board BoardIOu
IOu 10 Daly DI at 255 i 5 5S
5 j Daly Dal West Yet at 14 1 I4Sj 7VJ
1000 10 Ingot at 3e 3e
l 11160 0 W Little Chief at 2 24fo 0 v
1000 10 May a Day DR at atQ Stfcc ScdfFi i
40 dfFi Q < New York at at3MNewYorkat5le Wfce Wfce3W i
3W 3 3MNewYorkat5le 3MNewYorkat5leNew New York at atNew 3e
300 New York Yor at i1c i24o 2UC
201 Xalldriver XaJdrier at 4Sc
100 10 Nalldriver Naldrler at at44e 44c 44c1SOO He
1SOO Silver Siver Shield Shlfld at J54c J54c01Staxr 5c i iStr
609 01Staxr Star Str Consolidated Conaoldated atH t 14jic 14jicSCO S
SCO i Star Sta Consolidated Con ondated at le lile c 1
Share Shue sold sld ia203 ia203Selling 10 l02Gsd1g
Selling Scln value S272237 S272237BostonMining 7 7BostojMining 7237 7237Bosto
BostonMining BostojMining Bosto Mining Stocks StocksAdventure Stocls StoclsAd
Adventure Ad 1enture C ose 5D G lqll Iqhawk k 3 5200 5200A1IOUCZ 2 200 200AilSues 0
A1IOUCZ A11 u z u 3060 Bi I C C 450 450Ahial 4 60 60AuaL 50Ahial
Ahial 702Old 6 6Oid l Doniin nln 2600 2600Am 20 2600Am
Am SJinc U 1 W I lOs LOSe015 eola t 100 100Atlantic tl liz 0 01 01Atlantic
Atlantic Atantc JO 6 50 0 Parrot a rrot 3750 3750Binghnm 27 30 30lhingham
Bingham 2S 2 SO 1 O I IQuJncy j > 11 1 liD > 09 0
Cal HeoIaOSOOO Hecla GSO ° 2 KJiminon tnon 700 7 oo ooCentennial 0 0 00Centennial S
Centennial 17 25 2 f fCop rarack fraparack 13 13 33 oo oor 00Cop
Cop Range Rage lI 85 SS 23 r tlMlJ jrrnhty i t 1D87 I iD 012 8 0 r > 5 A AIT
DalyWest J5 J 00 0 IT l S Mining lnln 2J 2 2221 2221Domin ffi ffiS ffiDomin
Domin Coal 6300 6300Franklin t ti 0 00 7 S Oil 01 D 9Frnkln 76 76trtau 75Franklin
Franklin Frnkln 10 GO r jrtn1 jCtait Utah tab 4i 4150 4150Granby 4 so 5 30Iranby
Iranby 500 G 0 00 Victoria Vct rlR 4 48 S7 S7Isle 3x JL
Isle Royalc Roao 2600 26 0 00 fWinoaa ViDna 1150 1150Cal 1150Mass 1 11 5 50 503lsss r
Mass 1ass Mining 1050 10 4 6 50 Wolverine oheIne 10000 10000Michigan 10 100 0 00 00Michigan
Michigan llchgan 1280 lZ 1 5 5San 0 fc fcSan I ISan
l
San Francisco Mining M g Stocks StocksAlta Stocks1a StocksAlta
Alta 1a OSH fH if Corcross orcros orcrossl 55 a
Alpha Alpha Con Con1JustIre Justice Ju8tte 14
Andes An vv JBiMooclcfiH I 1xJcpR M > 225 2 1 K
Bolcher 2DOcciflehlSil SOcci 2oOceldOfltICoh 6tal Con COb SS SGest > S
< Best est Beleher 1 I SeOphlr Oph Ophir r SCO S K
Bullion Bunon 3VOverman t rman rmanConfiddnc
Caloonla Calodonla r 05Pams Itran Qtg 21 16 I
Colar Choliar 1Savage e 2
Confidence Conld nc ISfig Bolcher Bl her 14
C C Va 1 f 25Sirra fg Nevada 45
31Y Slt1levada 5 l I
Con Imperial Imptrlal WKJIver 01 Jer HJII 62 62Exchequer
Hi r
Crown I Point olnt 1IJVnIn nl n Con I
Exchequer Excheuer 1 i l 1ptalt t1 COns 19 C 5 9 I
Gould Carrie 24JYellow 2Yel Jacket JacketNew 20 20New i iNew
New New York Minlpg Stocks StocksAdams StocksAdams StocksAdams
Adams Con ConS TOpLittlo 2 Chief Ou
itOChir
Alice Alceu COjOntarlo 00Ontanio 1 3 75
Brecce ISIpphir IS Ophir 750 7
Brunswick BrulswJek Con Con 07n OJlhoefx ohi1oix > hoenrx 11 i 1
Comstock t c Tun OOPotpsl I IHor 1
g n
C r C Va a 2 10 10Sawtg Savage =
Horn Hor Silver 1 55Slerrfi SISler Nevada Nevada l
Iron Silver Sicr 2 OOSmaJl OmaH Hopes Hope S J
Loadvlllo Lodlo Con OSStandard OSStandardLEAD rStndard 1 W WLEAD SoLEAD A
LEAD COMBINE IN PROSPECT PROSPECTImpression PROSPECTImpression PROSPECTS PROSPECTImpression S
Impression That American Company CompanyWants ly lyWants y
Wants to Take Over U I S Smelters SmeltersThe SmeltersThe Smelter5The
The following folowIng bit bi of gossip from Boston BostonQn Bosh n nOfl
on the negotiations negotatons looking JookIng to the ab a b ¬
sorption Sorpton of the National Natona Lead company ty y I
by the te American Smelting SmoUn Refining Retnlng Refinir xg g
company shows that thlt sgmo spmo flirting tJrtln is also at so
baing bqin done with wih the Unicd United States Stt 8 cot cotjane com CO COJ
jane J nr I 1IJot II IIgotintienq i
Jvitrotfntiorts IJot gotintienq tcn8 nro I in fn for r the te absorp nhsor
lion 11 nt t tho 1 h hi I I i Lrfld Jr d company Compnn by b 1 x
the lh < American Amcita Smcltiiii SrC1iuh R Refntng fntng lnlls com cm cot a i ¬
P pany pa ny There are some Indications also
I tl that th at the TTnited Pnied States Mining Inlng indictons company companI
be Cause ause of r Its prposed proposed seltng smelting and re
fl fining ning operations opertons Is desired desire by b the com cornnation ¬
I b bination binaton bl nation The Te combination combinaton between the theI
JS Rational Natonal atIonaI Lead Led company and the Ameri Amenn ¬
I c can ca ca n Smelting Smeln company Refining Retnlng company eompan is be beg ¬
it ing in g contested by Thomas Tboma F Ryan and his hissociates
a associates asociate as In the the Union rrion Lead Lea Oil com ¬
p pany pa ny who desire dtsIr that the latter late shall
K go o Into the tlt combinationupon eomblnaton 01 terms which shal
a aro ar e not approved ap roved by other interests interestsANNUAL intorestsANNUAL
ANNUAL A MEETING M ETING POSTPONED POSTPONEDPiocheNcvada POSTPONEDPioche POSTPONEDiocheNevada
F PiocheNcvada Pioche P Ncvada Con Gathering Gatheing Goes G Gtocs cs csOver
Over For a Week WeekOwing WeekOwing
5 Owing to t the fact that President John
W V Yo 5 Burton and Director Dlre tor 1 F Pcldent B Steele Stelo of
t the tn tng e PiocheNevada PlotheNeada Consolidated did not
Consoldate
s get et back from camp the annual meeting
of ofaf the th company CP scheduled shedultd for yesterday metng
a afternoon afernoon af ternoon was wa postponed until Monday
unt1
next nextIt n ext extIt
It was ws stated stted at the companys offices
t that th at while whle the report reort the of cmlanys the superinten superintenent
dIn dent d ent covered coer d conditions cnditons at the th property
ii in nn a Jg comprehensive SIh manner there would l t tI
en roihgc roihgcl
undoubtedly U be a number of stockhold ¬
e ers er m present who would woud desire deire to ask
I i iD luestlons IUQ9fons i and on that Judge Burton and
I Dr D r Steele decided d lded to make a trip to tha thBmInes th
n mines m mto ines at Pioche and fortify themselves themselves1to
t to deal out personal persnal and fnd uptodate In inrmation
f formation fOrmaton fo rmation at the meeting As they failed
t to got back in time tme it J was as decided d < lded to
t take tke ta ke an adjournment to the 13th 13thUtah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonSpecial BostonSeial
Special Seial to The Herald Herld HerldJame
James Jame A A Pollock Poiok CQ bankers bunkor and androkers
i brokers broker b yesterday received over their theIrprivate
j private p rivate wire from Paine Webber Co Coone
c one o of ne of their Boston correspondents the
i following folowlnJ f copper market comment and andrecord andrecord
i record r of sales of Utah stocks stoclt comment on the
Boston B oston market with wih range rango and closing
c quotations quota q tons tonsBoston
Boston Feb 6 GLiquidaton Liquidation in Shannon Shannonand
and a at nd Allouez Alouez were the only features in
t todays market murk t Rumors Rumor are frequent frequentthnt frequentthat
t that th thb at Copper Range will pay pa a dividend dIvl ena
I bore b efore long onJ and the t1e stock seems to be bew
we woli w ell < 1 bought at any recession in the pres prosent present presnt
c ent e nt price prict it J is only a matter mater of time tme
I before b efore the ti te tttje le of speculation speulaton turns from fromhIgh
1 high h igh grade lade bonds and railroad rairoad stocks to
1 low lo < w priced railroads ralrOu1s and the copper stocks stocksnd stocksHnd
Hnd a nd we are advising advIsns the buying bU lng of At Atlantlc A1
lantlc lante la laa ntic Massachusetts tass8chusett Wlnona Osceola Osceolaand Osceolttnd
and a nd Copper Range Ranle Quotations QuotationsSales Quotton QuottonSale QuotationsSales
Sales Sale Open High Low Lv Close
Bingham B 50 5 3300 O 3300 O 3300 O 3300 O
Boston B oston C 950 90 650 G 675 G7 650 65 550 SW SWC a0
C Mercur 900 9 37 37DalyW 3
DalyW D alyW 220 1525 1 1535 I 1512 l 121 1512 1512ITtah J l llauh = ½
ITtah l tah 370 O 4J7S 417 4200 420 4175 41 4176 47 4I
U 1 S Min1720 lnli2 2375 275 2387 28Y 23 2350 W 0 2350 2W 2WOre
Ore and Bullion BullionOre Sulon SulonOro
Ore and bullion bulon settlements sttUemcnts in this thiscity thiseit
city eit c ity yesterday as reported by McCornick McCornickCo I
Co amounted to 72000 i0 as follows followsSilver folows folowsSHvor followsilver
Silver S ilver lead gold old and nn copper ores 416000 6000 6000base 60 I
base b ase bullion 1u10n 12000 120 gold old bars bar 54000 54000Metal 4I I IMetal
Metal MetalMarket Market MarketSilver Marketiver
Silver iver 61c 6lc per ounce ounceCopper ounceCOPPer ounceCopper
Copper casting cs Un I4c 11c per pound poundLead poundLnd
Lead Lnd in ore 850 5 New ew York York 445 45 per perIfr perlo
Ifr lo 1 00 pounds Doun s
Mining Notes NotesThe
I
The annual meeting meolnt of the Mammoth MammothMining MammothMining rammothUnlns L
Mining company com pan Y set for today toda has been baonpostponed i
postponed Jo8tQoned p until the ISth ISthThe l th thThe
The Mayflower Ia ower Mining lning company compny has haslevied haslelcd i
levied l an assessment of c per CI share shareIt I
It I will w1 be delinquent delnquent March lIach 9 while whie sale saleday giltay aIc S
day d ay has ha been ben set for March 25 25Superintendent 2 j
Superintendent Suprintendent O A Jacobson of the theColumbus theColumbus
Columbus C Consolidated Consldated Is down from frm Al Alta ¬
ta t a to attend atend the annual meeting meetng to today toda ¬
day daySix da d ay
Six cars car of ore from Tlntic Tintc four f < ur from fromBingham frm frmBnham L I
Bingham Bnham and fnd eight from Nevada evada were werereported i
reported r at the raylor Brunton samp sampler sampler samper ¬ I
ler l er yesterday estera3 morning morningManager morninglanager
Manager lanager George H Dora of the Con Consolidated Consoldatcd ¬
solidated soldatcd s Mercur returned from tromCaU tromCaUfornla Call California Callornia ¬
fornia f Saturday Saturd8 night and left lef for the themines thcmines thEmines
mines of the company yesterday morn mornins morI mornnn
ins In i nn compn3
insJudge
Judge George W Y Bartch returned from froma tromn I
a n ftc trip of inspection inspecton into the Goldfield Goldfieldcouritry Goldfieldcountry GolduieltI IronI I
country c Saturday night night Ho is very v l much muchpleased muchpleased I
pleased p leased with what he saw and has hasnothing halothing 3
nothing nothin n but words of praise prase for its is mines minesand minesand 3
and a nd the progressivenetjs proeslven s of the popula population populatn populaina ¬
tion t ina
tionWith tn
tn1h With 1h its It new ne tables and other equip equipment equipment equipS ¬
ment all in position positon the mill mi of o the theOhio theOhio tiliOhio S
Ohio Copper company at Bingham began beganrunningat begn begnnnnin begsiinning i
runningat nnnin I Id iinning at its It Increased incree capacity cPclt Sun Sunday Sunday SunC ¬
day d ay Manager Iana r Henry Catrow who was waspresent as asprent C i
present to witness wints the start start states st teq that tha thahe watt t
he is confident the plant can now noW easily easilyturn easiY easiYturn easillurn
turn t urn out 20050 O worth of concentrates concentratesper concentrtes concentrtesper
per p er month monthGoldfield month9oldfleld
Goldfield Review H E EHJ Hyde c of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SalS I
Lake 9oldfleld City has purchased the No lo 2 lease leaseon leae leaeon leann S
on o n the Sandstorm from Stimson Stmson Braffot Brrct BrrctAUbrc S SAubrey
Aubrey AUbrc Driggs H xi Ti Kendall Kendal taking pos possession posSssion ¬
session Sssion s on Tuesday at noon It is P05I tho thonow thoncw tInnow I i
now leasers leors Intention Intenton to prosecute prolcute work workmost workmost won wonmost
most vigorously Igorousl There Is a a shaft 3har down downtwentyfour downtwentytour dowlwentyfour
twentyfour t feet and a tunnel In about aboutthirty aboutthlrt abouhirty
thirty thlrt t feet which Is being run rn to tap taptho tapthe
the t he ledge Assays Asas have been had run running running ¬
ning as high as 250 but ut nothing notn noth1n in place placehas placehas pInehas runa a
has yet ot been found foundTonopah fOJnd fOJndTonopa1
Tonopah Tonopa1 Sun Thomas S Smith agent agentfor agentfor agenor t
for f or the Goldreed Gldreed Townslte company an announces annQlnces ¬
anr
nounces nQlnces that the name Goldreed for forthe la lahe r
the t he town has been changed to UIa Kawlch KawlchA wlch wlchA
A A pbstoffice postoffce will wi be applied appled for under underthe underthe r
i the latter later mfme ndme nlme The district will m still stillbo stl l
bo called caled Goldreed miningdistrict mIning distIct district ana anathe andthe am S
the Goldreed Mines lne company will 1 retain retainIts retailts 1
Its i ts u name = mc mcWork
Work WorkwiH will m be resumed rem in the S Federal Federaltunnel Federaltunnel Federatunnel l
tunnel v workings of the Daly mine toDirftor to tod to1ti
d i 1ti 3V 3VDirector
1ti5ireetor Dirftor 5ireetor Director Arthufr Arthur W Chesterton of of thp th p
Consolidated Consolidate Mercur who has las been bCln In Inspecting Insp ¬
specting sp tng the Twin in Falls Fals companys big bii biie Ing g
land l and Irrigation Ir1aton enterprise cntcrriae In the theSnake theSnalte Ut UtS e
Snake river valley vaHe is back bak fully fuly imbued imbuedwith ImbuedIth imbuewith S
with Ith the magnitude of the undertaking undertakingand undertking
and its It value not only onl to the state stte of ofL 0 f
L Idaho ahO but to the settlers setlers as well wel He He3Ays H HL 0C C I
> 3Ays vs in driving < jjvcr ver the companys companyspol pos possessions potisessIons L ¬ I
sessions so fons he passed pass no less than twenty twentyseven twentJcyen twentyseven
seven colonizers colonizer with their families famies and andbelongings an anC
belongings going in during durng one day du The Thevalley Tb Tbraliey he C
valley ale Mr 1 Chesterton Cheterton says is undoubt undoubtedly undoubteb undoubtx ¬
edly eb filling fiing up with a a thrifty ana most mostSaslrablo mostlrblo moe x
desirable < lrblo class of citizens ctzens He will wf leave leavefor leavctor hearfor C
for his home in Boston tomorrow tomorrowManager tomorow
Manager faager Henry Henr M f Crowther of the tit titC4ntineatalAlta e
C ContlnentalAHa nUnentalAta spent Sunday Sunda at camp cam
Ho Eo says AYS < ays the heavy storms of lust weok weokresulted weol woo 1
resulted result in a number of quite largo snow snowslides snowtide 5 I
slides tide but very little ltle damage dama c vas as snoaI donE dono I
Tower No 40 0 on the Continental Contnntl tram tramwjiy traD 1
wjiy y was as caught caJbt by the edge < g of o on oe of ofuto orandes 0 1C C
tile slides and moved mo d off its It foundations foundationsa foundatons foundatonsshort 5
4 a short distance dIstn e It I will wi not take tke lonfr lonfrito ion ionIto
ito o replace It f Asall As all < 1 of tho towers of ofthis ofthis C I Ithis
this tram have been bee set with the tie studied studiedpurpose studiedurpose i
purpose urpose of avoiding tho portions portons of of ute ttfecanyon utecanyon UI UIir e ie
canyon where slides sldes are in the habit ot otrunning orrunnlng C ir
running Manager llnnager Crowther does not ex C 5 ¬
pect any serious seious trouble from that source sourceat sourcat e
at any an time tme The storm Interfered l1tertered with withconatructlon withconatructon wit il ilt
construction conatructon of course coure but at this sea seahave t
son on It Is rther rather expected that stors storms seO wi ii
wil wilhave
have to be figured fgred upon at intervals intervalsGrangeville
Grangeville GrangevIe Ida Free Press A deal deal dealwas del delwag it
was closed close cIosediast last Friday Fr Iday for the sale of if
the Moose Creek placer mines mine to a Chi Chicago ChlcaKo I Icago ¬
cago corporation corporaton for a a good sum This Thisproperty Thispropert Tb S Sproperty
property has ha been worked for many man 1
years oar andhas and has always been a a good pro pr
ducer C P Richardson Rchadson who wl0 has suc successfully succesfull 1 1ceasfully ¬
cessfully cesfull managed it I f for or several severl years yearspast yeal ra rapast
JQars JQarsPRat
past has been tho principal princpal owner anjl at atmay
may remain with wih the new company aTt fpr t9rn f rr rra
a n while whie The gravel gravol deposits deposit here hfrc mo moerJ ut ro ropenimpa
perhnps erJ nP the largestvln Jargestdn largest in the country co ntry arid at l
thenow te the new company compn3 will wIl Immediately take takc1ep tal aul cc ccxepI
step to work them on an extensive eten ive scale scl sclTr p pTreasury
Treasury Tr asury Statement StaternentWashington Statementashlnton Statehientwnsiington
Washington ashlnton Feb 6 GTodays Todays statement stnteme t
oT ot the the treasury tresuo balances shows statcmet Avid Avaunblo Avidable yaD yaDnbl4
able 605708 nbl4 I798 cash cah balance 148190101 t14g19191 gold gol 41Pacific 4S 8
Pacific Coast Grain GrainSan GrainSfn
5 5ai
San Sfn ai Francisco Fr clsco Feb 6 6VhetStt 6lVheatStr Wheat Strong n 5
MhjjJ51f lnt 2Iil rJ I December Dcember 129 1 120S v I
S Barlpy BafoJEay BarleyEasy Easy May 121 < December Decemberuter as
i 5 Butter uter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNcw
New York York Feb Ieb 6 GButcrStron 6ButterStrop Butter Strong 5
w Wstorntactot < starn factory common to extra ext 17fl 17 17wet6rnlmltUon 1
westernjiilmitatlon wet6rnlmltUon creamory cr mOy 20 I0Vt 26 6 >
Efegii E 1ligSteady Stendy Western eter firsts S3 wost woe t
orn Ona Orns000nds seconds bnds 30Q82 30Q82Chicago xoqie xoqieChicago 8 8Chlco frsts S
Chicago Chlco Feb 6 6Ozi On the the produce ex c x
change today toda tho butter market was wasr w Its
firm r Creameries Ceamerics ID lOfIOO DO iOO dairies 20t 25
Eggs EJgsStronJ EggsStrong Strong at mark cases cse includw includ l
25051 U firsts33 fIrsts 413 fine Ine firsts firt 34 extras 36 G
Cheese Chcceayn diceseSteady Steady 11 llgii2 > 12 2 I otas i iCommercial S SCommercial
Commercial National Natonal bank ank savings savln s
department Open OA l for deposits depsis Satuf Satur r
day dny from 7 to S p 1 m mModern t
4 4M
Modern M dern Plumbing PlubingAt Plumbingx
At mtfjilepttc mae c wic Jllc p George G Qr < Doyle I ICo
Co C 2li ttite State tatestr6tr streol r 1 lfe Plithie > Hone htne c 162 16
I
I RAILWAY R < LIST LISTWAS LISTWAS
WAS VERY WEAK WEAKOtherwise WEAKI
I Otherwise Othe O se the Tendency of Stocks Stocksi
i I W Was s Upward UpwardRISE Upwad I IRISE
c RISE ISE FOLLOWED F DECLINE DECLINECLOSE
j
r CLOSE C LOSE WAS W S EASY ABOVE ABOVE THE THEv THELOWEST
v LOWEST LOWESTXert LOWESTewYork
Xert NeitYork ewYork York Feb eb 6 6The The speulatve speulatveappete speculative
a appetite appete tj fday tpday > day felt the lack of the high highI highIly highseasoned
I I Ily 1 ly seasoned easoned deal rumors rumor with wih which it itwas
I v was w as braced last ast week Soo1ewhat Somewhat Ian Ianguid languid
S guid g eld attention atenton vas va paid in consequence consequenceto cnsequence cnsequenceto consequencerailroad
t to railroad ralload stocks which hlch were concerned conceried concernedi
In I 1 r i most of last weeks rumors rumor There Thereas
uas W as a a a diversion of interest to the list lsl lslof
C of o f specialties 6pcclaltes and in that department departmentthere departmenttere departmentI
t there were some sme striking movements movemen movementstoeksof ts tstocksof I
5 Stocks tocksof of that class however 11wever have less Jessinfuence
influence infuence in iluence upon general enerl sentiment than thanthe thanthe thanxe
the ti tip xe standard railroad rairoad stocks sentment The sym sJrmpthetc
r pathetic pthetc effect efect today toda3 was confined confned to a apower
f power ower of resistance reistance developed against againstthe againstthe
t the he early depression which pretty well wel
r restored restoredthe the level of prices but did not notcarry notcarr notarry
c carry carr arry it above Saturdays closing The Theselling Theselng
f selling selng s was in part a a continuation contnuaton of ofthe
L the th e Saturday movement which evident eIdcnwas
1 ly was due due to misgivings s over the pros progress pro proregs prososa
r ress osa of the agitation ugla tOI for control of rail rai
r road rates and to tothe the poor bank state staternent statement stateient
rnent n The early decline decIne was insignifi insignificant insIgnIf ¬
c cant cnt aOt outside of some of the stocks stolts stoltswhich
which w hich had 1ad been unduly stimulated stmulate last lastweek lastweek
week w eek A number of cf the minor Vander
t bilts blts b ilts were In this category and nd showed showedthe showedthe
the t he effect efect of the failure falure of confirmation confirmationof confrmaton confrmatonor
of o ° f some som of the extravagant ctraagnt combination combinaton combinatonstories combinationtories
E stories s which circulated last week wek
Todays substitute substtute for the customary eustomary
t deal del d eal story was a revival of old reports reportsof
c of o f a a a combination combinaton under one control of ofthe
t the he New Ne York City traction tracton companies comQaniesA
A < spurt of 12 points to a new high hignrec hignrecord rec
C ord o rd by Interborough Rapid Transit on onthe
t the t he curb gave gve color to the rumors rumor al although
though t the movement was effected efeced on L
lM light l transactions trnsaclons in the stock The ThelIetropoltan Th i
Metropolitan lIetropoltan M properties propertcs and Manhattan Manhatan Manhatanmade Manhattanade
made m ade a ready redy responsehowever on the thestock thestock thttock
stock s exchange to this outside outide move movement movement moveont ¬
ment m ont notwithstanding nQtwithsandln the lack of offi official of ¬
co cial c ial sanction sancton of any an of the reports offii The Theonly Thenly Th i
only o ca nly other advances of any great greatamount greatamount
amount a were In stocks so little ltte con conspicuous conspicuous
spicuous s as to have little ltte influence on ongeneral onseneral I
general g eneral sentiment sentment Most 1lost of the 1he list Ustwa listwas
was wa sluggish and uncertain uncertin in tone butrefected but butreflected I
reflected refected r no pressure presure to sell sl Attention Attentionwas Atenton Atentonwas I
was kept awake to the th subject of fed federal fedral
e eral ral rate control by b various measures measuresof
vaous
of o f agitation agiaton against the proposition propositon of ofthe ofthe at
the t he part of the railroads rairoads themselves themelves themelvesthe themselveshe
the t he movement in one case taking the theformot
form formot f orm of a circular statement to stock stocksolders stocksolders
solders soldersThe s S
The money mone market mark t was unaffected unafeted by b
the t he bank statement and some ome expres expression expresion
sion s ion was found for foJ hope h pe that the ex export e
port por p ort movement of gold had spent its isforee is I
force f orce But the market fjor ior exchange exchangecontnued S
continued contnued firm fr and heavy heaJ 1r additional additionalengagements additonal additonalengagements I
engagements e were announced before beforethe beforethe bofonthe S
the t he day da had expired It I is the general generalexpectation genera 1
expectation e also that the Southern Pa Pacific Pacifc
cific cifc u tile bond traction tracton remains to be re r
fleeted fected in the loan Jtem iem item of the banks banksand C i
and Chicago made some some heavy drafts draftson drats dratsn S
on n New York last week In conneton connetonwIh connection 1
with wIh the street stl et railway raiwa purchase which whichalso whichalso I
also a lso figured fgured 19 to only a B a small smal extent Jn Jnlast InJast Ji 1
last l ast weeks eeks banking bankng averages averges Specula Speculative Speculatve ¬
tive tve t sentiment sentment was5 was wa therefore theretoreincUned theretoreincUnedto Inclined I
to t o discount to some extent another un unfavora
favorable favora e bank bak statement for this thisweek thisweek thi thia S 1
week Railroad Rairoad officials ofclals reported some someembarrassment someembarrasment solo a
soloI
embarrassment embarrasment to traffic trafc on account of ofthe a I
the exceedingly excedingb cold weather wether and the thegrain thegrain thi thigrain ae e
grain rate war Is resulting r ultng in diverting divertng 1
large l arge rge grain traffic trafc from Chicago to to the theGul tb tbe a
Gulf Gul ports but at not very ver profitable profitablerates proftble proftblerates e
rates Gross earnings earg of ofraliroads railroads rairoads for forthe to r
the t he fourth fourh week ee OT t I January Jauary made made a agenerally ageneraly 3
generally generaly favorablejshowing favorabl holng The heavy heavytone heavytoneiu hear it
tone toneiu t one Iiv iii the th railroad railoa department deparmnt was wasunrelieved wasunreleved wa waunrelieved 5 1
unrelieved unreleved ands and the closing < was easy easyBonds eas easBonds
Bonds were firry Total sales
frl par parvalue pa r
value 5325000 32500 United States new paS 4s 4sadvanced 4sadvanced 4 4advanced S i
advanced 1 per cent c nt on n call
ca1 ca1Stock
Stock Quotations QuotationsSales Qaot tions tionsSales
5 Sales High High Low Lw Close CloseAtchison CloseAtehison 1
Atchison 4 L n 6300 63 3i 4 R7 5P4 I 4 oH o 1 1Petorle t
Preferred Petorle 7 Cl1100 < 19 Im 9 < X > 102 10 103 10 301 301Atchlson 301Atlantic 101Atautooast r
Atlantic Coast CoastLino
Atautooast AtautooastLfto
Line Lfto j T I aoo a 122 12 h 122 1 iai iaiBait 1 1Bal 1111
Bait Ohio 9300 9 10411 i04 01 IfflVi lI 104Vi 1O 104 i iPreferred
Pretere Preferred 200 37 9 57j 37 9i 57 117b i
Can Pacific Palc 4400 0 134 13t 1 1Cent 152 lb lbCent 133 133Cent b
Cent Cent of N J 2 22 20 0 202 2CU 2G 20 200 200C1JCS 200i
C1JCS 8 Ohio 0110 6 5600 50 501 4 4D 4Jl 4 4ChlJ 4D 4DChi 4DChl i
5Y
ChlJ Chi Alton 42 42Preferred 42PreCerred 42Preferred
Preferred SO SOChi S
Chi G AV 15400 1540 23 2Sbx T TChi 23 22 221 221Chi
Chi N W 3400 340 240V O 287 287C 2 221 221C
C M l ii St P 1S400 lC40 178 J7 11dt 175 11 175i 175 175Chi 17 17ChI 175Clii
Chi ChI T re r T 1 1080 16 16 6 15 l lPrcrercd 151 151Preferred A APreferred
Preferred Prcrercd 3300 3l 3lC DO 31 2SVi 23Va 23VaC 291 S
C C C StL 500 99 S O 07 07Colo 1 9 9Colo 91 91Cob
Colo Cob South South 4300 26 26 25 251st 2 261 a a1st
1st IstprefcrrQd preferred 400 4 Silt 6i 61 61 6 62d M M2d M2d 6 62d
2d preferred 300 3S 33 58 581st 58Del
3 3
Del Hudson 7500 193 19 19 192 192i 192 192D 192D i
D L LW LWD W Y 345 345D 3
D R G 100 10 S3i 32 SItI 32 32Preferred 321 321Preferred 1
Preferred 000 0 001 SS S S7Ms S S7i S7 571 571Erie s sBrie
Brie Ere 26800 261 4U6 4t m 43 43W 43Vfe 43Vfe1st 431 43 431st
1st preferred preferre n 000 S0 S s SU SI SI2d SO SO2d S
2d preferred 1300 13 65 6 65 l 1 65 65Hock 40Hock
Hock Hock Valley Valey 400 O 91 S S 31 S9 S9Preferred S 59Preferred
Preferred Pretcrr 100 10 9ls 9l7 l i 9H1 i MVi MViIllinois 10 10Ilnol l d dIllinois
Illinois Ilnol Cent Cnt 1900 10 156 J 155 11 155 155Iowa 15 355b0
Iowa 10waCentral b0 Contra 200 2 31 3l4 U1 31 31Preferred 30 30Preferred
Preferred Preerred 200 57 5 57i 57 5E S7 S7K i 7 7K
K C Southern 7700 70 31 3l3 JO SI SIPreferred n nPefcrred l lPreferred
Preferred Pefcrred 262W 2620 6S 6 t 8 66 G 6 6Louis 67 67Louis 6
Louis Nash Naah 4200 42J3i 137 137 13 187 187Manhattan 1i 147Mnnhattan
Manhattan Manhatan L L 10100 1010 371 17lS i 139 1 r rWi 10 10MPt 0 0Mot
Mot pt Securities Sccurltes 56800 iGS 84 8 WVs W 3 3AAt 1 L LMt
AAt t St St Ry RylOtl fly100900 100000 123Vfe 1 i23 117 17 122 122Mfex J2 122Mx
Mfex I x Central Celtrl 2600 26 22 22 22 22Minn 29Mmii
1lnl Minn St L 1 100 10 61 61 59 59M 59M 611MStPS
M MStPS MStPSSte St S1 P S SSte SSto
Ste iM JI 700 70 100 10 32 f l2 J JPraforred W WPrferred 90Preferred
Preferred Prferred lot 10 150 l 15OcI V 15i 1 1R 1RMo 15
Mo 10 Pacific Paclc 12100 110JOS 30SJfe 3uSl lOiffc I 10754 10754M 107 107K O 14
M K K T 500 3156 31 81 3 31 31Preferred 31Prerered ci ciitt
Preferred Prerered 600 6 U6R O 00 05 U 65i 65iN 6 65 65N itt
N R R R R of M Mpreferred Mpreferred 1 1preferred
preferred 300 42 4 42 4S 4SN 4 4N 4N
N N Y Central Centrl COCO 60 14 HI 14g4 yt 147 14 147 147Jf H HN
Jf N Y O W V 15 1J 1310 < JO 44to 4 4Sfe 43 48 48Norfolk 4r 4rNorfolk 4 4Norfolk 3
Norfolk Vest cs SSOO SS Sift 81 81 W9i W b 81 81Preferred 81Profered 81Preferred
Preferred Profered ProferedPonnsyllnla 92 92Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Ponnsyllnla 56800 6S 14fl lo 18 1 1A 15 lJ i Ki
P C C 8 StJ St 310 3 Sk S S4 Sj > 19 1jRoadin 3 3Reading pie < s
Reading Roadin 106000 1060 D41 114 4 MVfe MVfe1st 91 911st
1st preferred 1200 12 98 J 9 91 yt yt2d d d2d
2d 2 preferred pref rrd r 90 90Rock 0 90Rock
Rock Island Ilnnd Co 100 10 35 3 3 31 0lt 31 31Preferred H HPreferred 1 1Preferred J
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2d njeferred 500 5 72 723k 72 7 72 72St 7 7S 5 5st
St S 1 JUS L L nee S W 400 40 2iJii 2C 36 36Preferred
Preferred Pr ered 100 101 61fe 6 6l 61 G C1M Y 61 61Southern 6 61Southern L
Southern Pacific Pac1c 28800 6 2B fffa Ui Wfe It 6 6Preferred Ct
Preferred 2700 2iO 118 I 11 lli 1 115IJ > H > HSib 1 11 11Southern
Southern S uthern Ry 4700 4i 34 a 38 3 34 34Preferred i iPreferred H HProCare
Preferred ProCare 700 70 37fc mJ Zi7 87 9T 9TTexas 97exHs Si SiTexas
Texas exHs Pacific 4SOO 48 3 3U4 < 5 3i 8i 8iT 3 3T
T St StL1V L I W V 3S16 ii iirefqrred i i
Preferred ir1fqrred refqrred 100 1oM 1oMCidq 54 51 aZIts aS L
Union t iun Pacific Paclc 82800 80 OO 122 321 1 121 121Preferred 12 12 12Preferred
Preferred 1100 140 1 100 D1 T V iT7t iT7tWabash 7Vfe 96 96Vubttsh 1
Wabash lblh 1 1Prfcrrc 1380 2S i 22 2S 2SPrjjforrod Z ZPreferred
Preferred Prfcrrc 2500 z 48 41 45 41 4 to toAV
AV V L K 100 1 19 W 1 19 19VIs 1I I
w18 VIs 5 Central Contrl ContrlPruCerred SOO 23 i 23 23Preferred 22 22Proferred 1Ii i
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Adams Ex 246 246American III1m0nitnin IG IGmerJcm I
American merJcm Ex Ex ExU 23y 23yU z
U S S Express Eprss 130 130WollsFarso 1 1Vo1sFargo 131WohlsFargo
WollsFarso Vo1sFargo Ex Ex 210 210Amal 214Amal o oAmIJ
Amal AmIJ Copper COPPr 18800 ll 74 7 741u 73 T Vf VfAm 36 36lit
Am C F 700 70 00 00Ireferrod 33Vi Z 1 o M MPreferred lit 1k
Preferred 400 OJ SS a > 1 i 92 92Am 9 9Am fI4
Am Cotton Oil 100 1 31 1 3 34 33l 33lPreferred a 1
Preferred A t 92 92Am 92Am 9 9Am I 1I
Am Ice 2200 2 6 6 6 t G4 lit 61 litii
Prfefcrrod 31CO 310 40 403k 3U 3ii 3i 3iAm 3 ii
Am Linseed Oil 01 3S 16 16Preferred 16Prof 1 S
Preferred Prof ered eredAm A v 37 37Am 3 7
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Am Am Locomotive Lcmolhc 1500 15 30 0 36 354 G 30M S G
Preferred Prferred 100 JO 110 10 11Oj 110 1 110 110Am 10 10Am 11 11Am 0
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Proferrod PrCer9d 1200 2 11D llSgi 1 1lS 119 119Am 19 19Am 1 9
Am Sugar SUlar Ref 17100 110 141 TT J liVS 11 11Am 11
Am Tob TOblfd TOblfdCQrtr pfd pfdcartir
cartir CQrtr 19100 190 osi 0S SH Wi O 97 97Ana 11 11Ann Tii
Ann Mini Co lOt 40 10 107 lo 101 lOT1 lOT1B 10i 10 i
B B R R T r 1 3S1W I0 C3i 614 63l 61a8 6ltL re11 re11COlO 1 1Colo
COlO 010 F 1 4400 440 47 4li 4 > 3 4G3 46 41 4 4onscl
consol oncl Gas lloono 1000 2WJ OIT1 iol 3tj 341 t
Corn Products lroducl lOou IO 2 3i Us 21 3 1
Pref Prefearet 1100 7SV 37 33
Distillers Distler D lsUilera erei Sec Se LOOi 18 10 36 3G4 4 wA 36 6 I 3 3en
Gen Gln G en Electric Electc L400 1S7V lJ 1 1S5
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Int lnt ha haXi t Paper 5200 52 22j SY 1S 21 2 l 2
Preferred PeCered 1X100 J 14 76fc 76 76
Int In Xi ii Pump r 76V76 i t 1J tJ 3 3f1
Preferred f 3 56
Null N NIN tl Lead 9800 9 32 31 38 lI5ortil
I I IN INI North orth Am i 500 J 1065 1C J 1acific
I Puclfic Puel P PP acific Mali MaliI Ial 1D 551I 10 1514 4
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5 Peplo P eoples s Gas 10J 0300 101 1 10S4 1 1I 1EiS
I Pressed P P scd Steel Stel Car Cr 20P 10 36 3 3 a1 3 35i
j Preferred Preferr 200 90 M SDull J > 9
Pull Pul P PR ull Pal Car Cr h 9 240 W
I Republic Republc R PR epublIc Steel Stel 500 1 11 ii 16 15 151k
PreforrocJ Peforre 100 10 K r > t ti 19 61fl S
i Rubber R Preferred Prferr ubber Preferredenn Goods Goo 100 0 S 23 2i3 b4
Tenn T enn C I I 1300 10 74 7214
Lr l a S S Leather 1400 140 74j 14 11 13 133 13
Preferred Prcrcrre 2700 104 10 160k 10S 1131 1W 1 1
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U S Realty Roly 1720 li 17209 1 19 84 8 S t
U S Rubber 4i 4 1 36te 30 3S
UU Preferred 700 100 JY IW 1W i
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U S Steel Stee S5SCO 3 3V 10 21 30 SOil 5Oe
Preferred 50800 SOUl fI3i 9i5
jy VirginiaCarolina VirginiaCarolinaChemical V irginlaCaroltnaChemica nr n O i 1 9 9Chemical
Chemical jOG 400Preferred 9 31 Wt
Preferred 10T 10111
West tI est t Electric 200 ISO ISO 176 176estern 176estern
W Vestern estern Union 460 SS ill 02V il l i1t te
Total sales for the day 8S60W 16L 6 shared sharedI 5hnrdBond share8Bond
I Bond Quotations Quotationsj
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Do coupon < ie4V lOtYj 10t < vor V < r City ity 1 Is 111
U L S 3s 3 reg re 18814 sol gold Is lOUJfc 1 1I 100
1 Do coupon lOSfeMex l lI > x Cent Is IT 1 1I
U S n IB reg131 reg 131 IDo I Do 1st Inc 23 23Do iDo
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U V S o 4s rag 106 101Pk Do 2s 8514
j Do coupon lOS I lUNatl 1f Natl ntJ R K of ofI ofm
I Am A m Tobacco Tobnc < o 4s I Mex con 4s SlVfc SlcertifIcates Sl I
certificates 74 14N N Y Cent sen senAm on onAm
Am A A m Tobacco fc 6 I eral 3fes 100 100certificates 100certificates
certificates 116VN 116i N J Cent gen gcnAt 6cnAt
At A teb rh h Gen 4sl04Vii 4s1tH Is 1044s eral 5s 186 186Do I i1f
Do Adj A < Ij 4s 96Nor OO1I or Pac 4s IsIOO IsIOOA 4 4C 105 105A
A C Line 4s 4s103 103 f Do 3s 8 77 77Bait 44 44aIt
Bait B aIt O 4s 4s1O 103 Nor Western estern
Do 3 Js s 95V 95Y consol Is 101 101C 101of >
c C of Ga 5s shiSiSOre 113 1131 Ore Short Line LineDo LineDo
Do Dolst 1st Inc 90 D lrfds rfdg 4s 97 lTIiI I
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C Ches C hes O 4sl03 4rs 11 iRead Read sen en 4s10 4s10C 4s 10Y8
C Alton 3Jts s teSt k 2ti6t 8t L 1 I L Mt
C B Q Qn n 4S100VS 4S100 consol 5s 117 117C u I
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R R 4s 82 821 S21 fg g 4s S2 S2Do 2 2Do
Do col 4s 96 9 St L L S W V con
C C C C St L L sol 4s S2 S2general SJlh SJlhIeneral
general Is 103 I Seabd A A L 4s s S8 S8I
Chic > C hIc Term 4s 97 So Pac 4s 96 00 905 I
Colo CololUd C ola Mid 4s 74So 743 So Ry R 5s 5sI H 1193 I
c Colo C ob So 4s 92 Tex Pac Is121 Is 121
OD c Ouba O uba 5s cert106 cert i06ti T St S L W 45 S3 t13 L
I I D R RG G 4slOliiTJ 4siOI14U U P 4s 106 100Distil
2 Distil D istil Secur S eur 5s < s 79 J Do Do com 4s 121 121I 121S
3 Erie E rie p lls J 4s1011t 101LT S SSteel Steel 2d 5s 5sDo 94 94Do 9t3 S I
I I Do Ken Ten Js 5 92MstWabash 92 ½ Wabash Is 119 1111S
I r Port F ort W S
Dftni D D I Do Deb B 69
3 Hock Val 4s110 4 414U g10 hl0jWest West est Md 4sl 4S 92 9Zi 9Ziapan
II 3 Japan J apan 6s cert 9S 9Si3f1 V L E E 4s 94 SFt H
I L 4 N K l Lni 1nI4sl0216IWis 45102 1h W Yis Cent 4s 34 1141
M I St L is 97 97GRAIN 117il 117ilGRAIN i
I GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago
I
Chicago Feb 6 6Di5pe1l1n Dispelling of fear te r that
fallsown f wheat had been damaged damagedrought
brought b out liberal UbcralUquldaUon liquidation in the
wheat w heat nit today toda 5Vt t the close May oIlYWheat
wheat w heat was off 4I and July t4c t4corn c
Corn C < orn and oats are practically unchanged unchangedrovisions
Provisions Pro P slons arc up 2Vm 2WfltTic > 7c
The weakness in the wheat heat market de deeloped ¬
eloped v late in the day a fairly firm
tone ton t one being beln manifested early At the
opening o May lla was unchanged to 14c c high higher ¬
er o r at 117217 1I 117117I4 l17 and July unchanged unch nged to
a J li higher at iQ2 102I0 > 102 An active de demand d dmand demand > ¬
i mand for July Jut bv h shorts was the feature featureof
of o < f trading during the first hour Pitt Pittraders
j traders t nevertheless showed an inclina ¬
tion t to soil May owing to the fact that thatcables thatcables thatables
cables c cf were only a trifle hisrher In the theace
j face f ace of a 2cent cent advance here Saturday
Weekly eekl statistics were generally eon construed eonstrued ¬
t strued s as rather bearish worlds ship ¬
j ments being large and the on passage passageeing
being b eing considerably Increased IncreasedA
A heavy heav fall of snow snow throughout the thewest thewest thewest
west and southwest practically Insuring
1 the t tc he winter wheatcrop wlJeat crop from damage dama e by b bcold
cold c < old weather was a bearish factor when whenrading
j trading t began but apparently under underestimated understimated
j estimated e until later In the day da All the thenfluences
Influences I named had a depressing ef ofeet
feet f eet on the May Ila delivery delher but the demand demandor
3 for f or July was sufficient to prevent temporarily temporari1 tem ternoranily ¬
porarily p any decline Later many traders traderswho traderswho traderswho
who had bought July wheat heat last week weekurned
I turned t sellers Prices gradually yielded yieldedo Ield
to t o the pressure During the last half halfour
j hour h our the market became quite weak May Mayelling
j selling s off or to 116g 1161L16j l > 116 Ll and July Iui to
101 1Q11h 1 0114 The close was almost at the low lowest lowest lowst
est e < st point of otthe the day final quotations on
May Iay being at L16116 L1tfL164 July closed closedat
at a t ioiiToi ioiiToiThe 101 1O1iZfL 1 l F1 = i
The corn market was subjected to con consld
siderable sld s < rable buying by b commission houses housesI
I i but prices showed only a slight decline
May Iay closed unchanged unchat1 ed from yesterday
i at 45iH5Trading 45iH5 15 I5if1j15TradIng 16 16Trading
Trading in oats was largely la gch of a scalp
In Int i ng nature The market was steady stend stendnrlces
prices showing very e little fluctuation
May Ma closed at 30GO 30GOProvisions S4I604 OO OOProvisions
Provisions were quiet and firm Son 6cntimcnt Sentiment Soniment
timcnt t was influenced mainly by de decreased docreased
creased receipts of live hogs At the theclose theclose theclose
j close May Iav pork was up 7c lard was up up5c upc
5c S c and ribs were 2c higher higherOThe blgherahe highertrhe
OThe leading futures futures ranged as follows followsI tolloWWHEATNo followsWHEATNo
WHEATNo WHEATNoI 3 3I
I Open 1 ms High jLow I Low I Close CloseMay CloseMay Cioe Cioeuly
May 1117 J 117 I II7hi J17 j 116 1 116 116July 116Iul
July Iul J uly 4 102 10254 1 14i1 f 101 101s J I 101 101Sept 101Sept
Sept 19tW 94 < g0595 95 195 94 J94 J94Open i34i i34iCORN2 I1k I1kCORNNo
CORNNo CORN2I 2 2I
I Open I High J Low LowFeb I Close CloseFeb CloseMay
Feb J f fMay 42 42OATS
May Iay 45 J 4quiI5145 < > W5J45 51r 145 45 45JuK 451A j434 j434Iay t 446 446uly 45 5
JuK J uly 46 i6H6 tiVt < e > 46 ff4645 < i 45 45OATSNo 45 45OATSNo
OATS OATSNo OATSNoI No 2 2Open 2I
I Open I High I Low I IMay Close CloseFeb CJ05eFeb
Feb I t I Iola
I + 30Vi 30ViMay
ola 30 tSG5tlO11O 30eO3 34 oo ooIul
May 1308 1 3O 3OI 3CI0l < g30 g30July
July J30603 i3OtGO143O4 ID CO 30Vi 3otgGOt2o 3otgGOt2oSept j30 j30Sept 2O
129 2929 n 29 j30I 29
Sept = I IMESS 129 129MESS 2 2MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer PORKPerbbl PORKPerbblIopenifligh Per bbl bblI bblI
I Iopenifligh Open I High Hish I I Low I Close CloseMay CIosMay
May 1292 292 1 11295 95 11290 11290LARD 12 J1295 J1295LARDPer 1295LARDPer
LARD LARDPer Per 100 lOOlbs lOOlbsI Ibs
I Open I High I Low i I Close CloseFeb Cioseeb CloseFeb
Feb eb I 6 6May G77
May Ma 1695 695 t 697 1 Silo 95 I 697 697July G97July 697July
July 705 710 I 705 710 710SHORT 710hHORT 10 10SHORT
SHORT RIBS RIBSPer Per 100 Ibs IbsOpen IbsI
I Open Op I I High rsh J Low I Close Closeeb CloseG CloseFeb
Feb FebMay eb J oju ojuMav G jO jOI
May I y 690 692 69Y I 690 fiJH fiJHJuly 600July 690July
July 17Q5 x 705 Ii t 703 1690 I 702 702Cash 7i 7iCash 74J 74JCash
Cash quotationswerc quotaUons werc as follows followsjnioHi tollowsal11ourEaSY follows0rtiourEasy
al11ourEaSY al11ourEaSYVheat < jnioHi > Easy
Wheat WheatNo No o 2 spring sprin liafM16 No 3 LOG
jJ16 116 No No2 2 red 11S120 11S120orn I181 1ISG120CornNo
CornNo2 orn No 2 13 No No2 2 yellow 43 43Oats 43 43OatsNo
Oats Oats OatsNo No o 2 2311h10 31 No 2 white3SU white 32No > No NoW 3 3white 3white
white W 31 31tfI111 31tfI111RyeNo < gS gSRye 4J 4JBarle
Rye RyeNo No 2 75 75Barley 75BarleyGood
Barley Barle BarleyGood Gqod feeding 37QSS 37 GS fair t lr to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice malting 42 c46th c46thFlax 42f4GFlax 46 46Flax
Flax Seed SeedNo1 No 1 116 11EiNo No 1 northwest northwestern ¬
ern 122 122Timothy J22Timoth
5 5Timothy
Timothy Timoth Seed SeedPrime Prime 2S5 2S5Mess 285Mesl 253Mess
Mess Pork PorkJ Per > cr barrel 12J512SO 12J512SOLard 12Jol2SOLardPer 12JDI2SOLardPer
Lard LardPer Per 100 pounds 6T5677 G 6777Short 6 771f 771fShort
Short RibsSldes loose ooso 662 6514I675 6514I675SidesShort 6a 6aSJd
SJd SidesShort s Short clear boxed 67 ILTfJ657 ILTfJ657WiiiskyBSis 4j5 4j5VhlskyBasls
VhlskyBasls of h high gh wine wIneaI J29 J29S
= S I lReclShhi lReclShhiFlour Rec RcC 1 Ship Shiplour
Flour lour barrels I 22300 I 70CO 7000Vbeat 70 70Wheat
Wheat bushels bushelsCorn 1 S4080 2800W 28000Corn 25009Corn
Corn bushels bush CIs j jOats 1270300 157300 15 300 300Oats
Oats bushels bushelsRye 118900 80900 soOOORe 34JJ1Ryb
Rye bushels bushelsBarley 38000 QOO 15TO 15TOv 1 1Barley l5iBanle
Barley bushels v w 55700 10700 10700Metal 1000Metal
1 11i1etaI
Metal Market MarketNew Market1ew MarketNew
New York Feb 6 GThe The London tin tinmarket Unmarket tinmarket
market WHS V1 s a little higher with spot spotclosing sp spotclosing t tclosing
closing LUll 120 lOs and futures at 129 Its Gd GaLocally GdLocnlb GdLocally
Locally however how or the market showed an anenslor alleaslor aneasier
easier tendency tondene trade remaining remalnlngQuft aufet aufetwith qutetwith > t twith
with spot quoted 2940S5970 2940S5970Copper 2910i i14OiI3970Copper 0 0Copper
Copper was also easier abroad closing closingnt closln closlnat
at 67 i7 7 7 Is S 6d for spot and 67 13s 9d for forfutures forruturfs forfutures
futures Locally LoaU the th market is quiet for formain fortho forthe
the time being and while DrodllC producers rs T Tmain remain
main firm in their position It is said saidthat soJdthat saidthat
that a few spetjulatlvely spe ulatlvl held lots ml nileht nilehtbe rnlghtbe ht htbe
be obtained at concessions from regular regularquotations regulurQuotntlon8 regularquotations
quotations Lake Is held at 1550 Ui5Oelec Ui5OelectrohUc elec electrolytic dcc dcctnolitic ¬
trolytic at 15371550 1537 216ro and casting at at1500fi1525 at15001S25
1500fi1525 1500fi1525Lead 15001S25Lead 5
Lead f was s unchanged d at 445 4I5tiiO 460 in the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local market but was lower abroad abroadwhere nbroadwhere abroadwhere
where spot Is quoted at a t 12 1 13s 9d 9dSpelter ldSpelter SdSpelter
Spelter was vasunchang unchanged d at oC21 24 15s In Inthe inthe Iiithe
the London market and ruled rul d easy easyaround cas30around easyaround
around 615025 GI5ti6 in New Nc York YorkIron YorkIron ork orkIron
Iron was 53s 6d in Glasgow and 46 4GjI 7d 7din 71In 1 1Itt
in MIddlesboro Locally Iron shows a afirm nofirm afirm
firm tore with trade said to TOQ some somcand somewhat somewhat
what improved No1 No 1 r Ibundry undry northern northernis
is quoted at 1 001775 No 2 founlry founlrynothern foufl1rynorthern
northern 1150 No 1 foundIJ souUt01n souUt01nand southotiiand
and No No1 1 foundry southern soft 1775 17751SOO 7a
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Chicago Fob F b 6 qfattjeReceipts Cattje GatOC = Receipts 25 25W 28 28ono 23EEl
ono EEl W Market string strnn GOod to prime primesttcrs Irlmettcr primEalters
alters ttcr 5eo 3SOtJOL2S 6tYUG j623 poor to medium CioS eJ eJI 3fJ
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740 stookora St CkJrs and an d feeders fe tc 2L35a435 L5 cows C o
L2S440 hoifers 2oot5w canners lSS 1w I
260 bulls 2009400 calves 30t LOO7 aoeee
Hogs HO llogsReceIpt Receipts 35000 Market ifilOc M 1Oo
higher Mixedand Mixed and butcitera butcber 4 4lloc 4iiO6 4iiO6good 06 I
J good d to chOiceh choice a 4 41154G07 h heavy
J 485 light J 40490 J O bul ot sales
48Oi 8011f4 8011f4SheepReceipt5 J
SheepReceIpt 18000 Sheep stron strong
lloc 15c higher Lambs lOc higher Good to
choice ch chm chn oice wethers 6506PO 6 ro fair f Jr to choice choicef
mbced m ixed 4 470i10 0510 western sheep 45Qfi6SO 45O I
f natheo n 2B at1v Iam8 lam9s SiSgiSCO western lambs lambsKansas
525iIO 5 25fj71OKxnsas
1 1K
Kansas K l1sas city Feb F Catt1eneceIPts Cattle Receipts
4008 4 000 Strong to We higher Native steers steers3io I
3io L i 1lV65 75 native cows and heifers 175 1 17 Se I
435 4 35 stockers and feeders S00f423 Z00f 4i bulls
iSSSTS 2335 calves 3 1650 < 8 0 western f fed fedeers l lsteers
steers st eers 35050 3i western fed cows ZQ9ff 204 204HogsReceipts j
S76 S76Hogs si5 Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts R ejpta 4000 Market MMOc SIatOcgher o I
higher hi gher Bulk 4S6510 4 10 heavy 595C51 595C51Sheep 5 5PAckers 5l5eWcker
PAckers s cker I9IIeSl pip and Ii light ht 4h
4H 4 93
4HSheepReceipts Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts S6 s 5010 Strong apd nd act acte ¬
ive ly e Muttone Utt0l1lS 4JQ067B lambs Iambsrange 11iOti tsUIJS tsUIJSnge
r range ra nge ge wethers fOOQ I 14t fed ewe eWesouth 475C 4731outh
2S I
2SSouth i
South outh Omaha Feb 6 5CattleReeelpts Cattle Receipts
1 38 M1rk Markl JOt hJglJEr Native steers steers steersI41
L IWIS 18 D cows and heifers helf rs 2L75it410 can canners cantrs R
ners 1 iu crs trs lsoes9 1 gtockerp and feeders Cet 4ers > 2MO 2
t 425 calves e S3CSJO bulls MIlls stags art age etc etcH etcgRece1pts
lSOfi 76
KORS H gRece1pts Receipts R lpt 35C 3fIl Market active activeOuivy
Heavy H Ouivy avy 48T 4749i pIJ Ui mixed 480 48Oi4S5 444 435 light Mght4S7 light4ST
4ft 4 r4b7Yt 4S7 pigs S75frl60 bulk of sales salesSheepR sales salesSheepReceipts i
499 499Western
SheepR SheepReceipts flpts UOt Market Manl et st strong
Western Vp V tern > < yearllnjrsf yearJloP 5569fe i Aethers LOU 90
SSC5 G ewes 4 I3SfiKJS Jamba Jambll Imbi ImbiMoney G571L G571LM 37itt I
5 M Money ncx Silver SilyerEtc SilyerEtcN1t Etc EtcNew EtciNw >
New N1t Y4Jk T drMFeb rlc4 Feb Io g41o44 o Cfc Moo Ioa on oncall oncall 01ahl
c call ahl steady stt > ad 1C2 1 1it per cent closing bid bidofferod
v 1 offered 2 per cent
trim TIme leone easy sixty days da S 2 per percent 1161ent ncrent
cZ cent c ent ninety days 3 p per ur r cent six months monthsl
Z W8 f S per l cent centPrime eentPrIme centPrime
Prime mercantile paper per i I 3G4Vi 34 per percent percent perent
c cent centSterling centI ent entSterling
I Sterling exchange eXcha e firm wiUt actual actualIn
business batin in bankers bills at tdeOG4H8810 t14S8i0or
fd for f or demand Hud at 486SO 4 4S043S3G I S5 for or sixty
day d J bill b IUtI posted p08t rates rat < 4sG and andommercial 498 498cormnervbU 4
cormnervbU c bills 465 48Ii
Bar silver 81 lMexlean S1Mexican I
Mexican dollars 47 47Government 4f
Government > nt bonds bon strong railroad ntJJroadfi nitUrotdonds
t bonds b firm fi I ICoffeeand
Coffeeand Sugar SugarXew SugarXew SUgarNew
Xew York Feb 6CoCfecSpot Coffee Spot Rio Riosteady Riosteady 1110teady
steady s No No7 7 invoice Sfc S mild quiet quietCordova qu qutetordova t tCordova
Cordova C VMgia The market for coffee cofl
futures f utur opened open openedsteady steady ste dy at a decline dCi llne of HI
point p oints or about as due in lower European Europeanables
cables c and rather large receipts at in inenor ¬
terior t enor BraBiliaYi points Some months
showed s a little further weakness on bids bidsut
but b ut later the market markeLImproed improved slightly I I In
in i n the absence of aggressive offerings I Iand
f and a nd with trade Interests Intre ts moderate buyers I I
J the t he close was steady stead at a net decline of ofof I
5 tlO 1 points n Total sales W were reported I
r nIesoI IesoI
of o f 84000 bales including IU March rc 7MK
715 7 15 May 740 Junt 750 July Iul 769 7 S Sep p
J tembcr t 785 December S05 8J OG January S05
Cl610 Cl610SlisarRa 1s10SugarRaw S10 S10Sugar
Sugar SlisarRa Raw firm refined steady
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