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6 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SATURDAY APRIL 29 1905
r l MINES AND NIN STOCKS FINANCIAL AND AN COMMERCIAL j i
I SHOSHONE ORE OREASSAYS OREASSAYS OREsj
sj ASSAYS HELD UP UPManagement UPManagement UPManagement
Management Objects to Giving Exact ExactFigures ExactFigres
Figures Figres and States Sttes Why WhyCYCLONES Wy WyCYCLONES
CYCLONES BIG STRIKE STRIKEFOURPEET STRIKEFOURPEET
FOURPEET OF GALENA OPENED OPENEDON
ON 500 LEVEL LEVELJust LEVELJust
4 Just tell tel them that the ore assays assaysbetter a ys ysbetter
better than 500 5 OO per pr ton said Malcom MalcomLr IalcomL
Lr McDonald of the Shoshone Shohone company companylast compny compnylast
last evening when askad ak a kad how the for fortyton fortyton ¬
tyton shipment from that Bullfrog Bulfrog bo bonanza bonanza ¬
nanza nanza punned out The decision not to togive togive
give out the precise values of the ore orewas orewas
was reached reache after afer a a conference cnference between betweenMr
Mr lr McDonald llcDonald and General Manager A AK Al
K l Montgomery Iontgomlry and that such a course coursevould coursewould
would likely lkely be b pursued purue by them was wasindicated wasIndlated wasI
I indicated Indlated by b Mr Ir Montgomery iontgomer earlier in inthe inth inI
I the th day da when he stated that that In his hisJudgment hisju hist
t Judgment ju gent the figures fgures ought not to be bereleased berdased
1 released releasedWhile rdasedYhIe Tl ased asedWhile
While YhIe I am sure there will wl be noth nothing nothI nothJng ¬ I
i ing rg develop concerning the value of this thisshipment thisfhlpment
I shipment fhlpment that in itself Iself would prompt us usto usto usto
to hold back the figures fgures said the man manager manger manger ¬
ager ger there are a number numbr of good goodbusiness
business reasons why they should not notTOP notbp
TOP 7J released rtlpaed We Ve have luve been very verJ free freeIn fre
In allowing aJowlng people to Inspect Inspet the mine mineand mineamI
I and am a number numbr of men have have even been beenS ben benbantEd
S bantEd ganted ranted the privilege prIviege of sampling samplng it I
White 1Vlif we had always alwa s considered that thatsuch thatuch thatI
I such privileges prIvieges would not be abused abusedve
ve have come to learn that in some in instances Instances ¬
stances our confidence confdence was misplaced misplacedand misplacid misplacidand misp1acdand
and that the result rp of
u1 this sampling samplng was wasgiven wasglnn wasgiven
given to tfie tfll public publ and used to adver ¬
tise t E propositions propsitons of unknbwn merit and undlt andiit
lt iit f remote remotE distances distar1s from from the th Shoshone Shohone Shohonef
Vf f Iwve 11p no 10 wish to aid in the exploita exploia ¬
tion ton of wildcat wideat stockjobbing stokjobbing proposi proposilions ¬
lions and we feel that it IK h due to our ouroprratinp ourf ourrlves
f rlves hfs and thE the district in which We are RreopfratilJ areI
I oprratinp opfratilJ to do what we can to protect
tic t I I legitimate Ifglimatp operator and at least leastninncl leRstom1 leastomtl
ninncl the stockjobber stokJobber to shift for formmslf
lamsflf
hlmscI j jSecond ISecond
Second Class Cass 200 a Ton Tonothfr TonI1r Tonthfr
othfr thfr I1r reasons reasns were advanced by Mr MrMontgomery 11r 11rIontgomery
t Montgomery but they related so close closely closel closely ¬
ly l to t the business busines interests of the com company comn cornpany ¬
pany n that it I would not be Just to repeat repet repetthm repeatthem j
them them here it I should be stated how however howpr howcvr ¬
ever pr that 500 per er ton is known to be beconsiderably bel betonsIdcrab1y
considerably l under what the control controlassays vontrolassas ontrolliSSa1f
assays liSSa1f showed and that in the face oC oCthe orthe oCthe
the fact that after afer the carload or more moreof moreof moreof
of llrstclass frstclas ore reached reache Las Ls Vegas Vegasppveral Veg VegasRPVeral
ppveral PVfral teams were loaded with wih sacked sackedsecondclasH sackedccondclaas
secondclasH fcondlaN ore from the dump dunlprt dumpor5 dumpor5that ore orethat
that was known to carry arr better beter than than
200 per ton tonand and forwarded to the load loading loadmg loadmng ¬
ing station staton to be shipped with but kept keptseparate keptsfparat keptseparate
separate < from frm from the firstclass frstclass The man manafter la1 manat
at Las Vegas who was to have looked lookedafEr lookedafter
after afEr the business busines and who received reeive his hisinstructions hisInstruetoHs hisInstruetiots
instructions InstruetoHs by mail mai as to what to do dosuddenly dosUddenly dosuldenly
suddenly left lef the place and the man manwho manwho manwho
who did attend to the loading not be being beIng being ¬
ing at liberty lbrt to open the other mans mansmail mansmal mamfsmail
mail mal did so without wihout knowing that there therewas therewas thereas
was as two classes clase of ore so 5 the entire entirec entre entreIsignment entirecsignrnent
c islgnment < < reached reache here all al mixed mixe up
As far as results resuls were concernedthe concernedthemanagement concerned concerimedthemanagement the themanagement
management cared little ltte about abut the mix inixup mixup mixup
up but it was anxious to know what whatthe whatthp whatthe
the real difference diference in the two classes classesvv
caes caesS
vv s as it i would have been a guide for forthe for ° r
the future The company comPny has arranged arrangedfor
for the forwarding of nearly 7000 70 sacks sacksto sacksto ckt
to camp and regular reglar shipments will wi willbe I Il
l te be > e made the amount to t be increased h1pa l as assoon asRoon assoon
soon as it is possible pible to get timbers t in IH r to tokt toktcp tokp
kt ktcp f p the workings in shape and insure insuretin insurethc Insurethi
tin safety 8af y of the men menSan menSan menSan
San Pedro Great Help HelpMr HelpMr HelpL
L
Mr McDonald who is largely p inter interested intertstf intereste1 ¬
ested tstf < l in a great number of properties propertiesall prperte
all al the way from fro Tonopah Tonoph down to the theShoshone the8hoshone theiThoshone
Shoshone will wi leave for Tonopah to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night and begin bgn his regular rounds to tothe tothE tothe
the thE properties propertes over which whih he presides preside as asconsulting asconsultng asoiisultlng
consulting consultng engineer and other official officialcapacities otcaf otcafpaItps otticialmpaItIes
capacities < paItps He stated state last evening that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the southern camps camp were relying on the theSan thefan thetan
San fan Pedro to give them a fair deal in inthf intw intlic
thf tw matter mater of gve freight rates and ex exprtsped exnfpd oxI
I pressed nfpd the opinion that if it did an another anot1r another ¬
other ot1r few ftw months to a a year ear would see seeit seeit
it i handling handlng a tremendous tremtnou tonnage tonnageSTRIKE tonnageSTRIKE tonnageSTRIKE
STRIKE IN CYCLONE CYCLONEFour CYCLONEFour CYCLONEFour
Four Feet of Galena Reported on 5OO 5OOLevel 500Level 50CLevel
Level Below Tunnel TunnelFour Tunnelour TunnelFour
Four our feet of galena gena ore was struck struckin sluk I
r in j the Cyclone Ccone companys COmpRIS pro lrolerty olrtp > erty at atStockton atStockton
Stockton on Thursday Thursay and when Su Superintendent SupErntendeDt Snperintenden ¬ I
perintendent pErntendeDt t F W Y Muehlenbruck 1uehlenbruck Muehlenbruckt1ephoned I
telephoned telephone in the news yesterday there therevas thereas therevas
vas as nothing to indicate Indicte how much far farther farthEr farthor ¬
thor thEr he would have to go to determine determinethe determinethE deternmlntht
the thE width of the ledge or the extent of ofthe ofthE otthe
the thE solid sold ore body boy The strike Is one onethat onethat onethat
that has not been altogether alogethtr unexpect unexpected unexl > ct ctd ¬
ed d but the thE making of it i will wl be none nonethe nonethe nonethe
the less welcome to the shareholders shareholdersho I Iho
ho have patiently ptenty backed bRke the propo proposltion iropoe
e sltion siton to the extent of eight assess assessments aS8S assessinclits ¬
t ments on that account accountThe RccountThE accountThe
The ThE strike was made in the com companys coinjany 01 ¬
panys J ny TipTop claim clim at a point 300 300lfrt 3 IO IO1ct
lfrt from the mouth of the tunnel in ina inJ ina
a J drift rIft that was run some 8me little ltte distance distancefrom ditnce ditncefrom distancefrom
the bottom of Incline that
from botom an Inclne was wasinink wassunk
sunk 500 5 feet fet from the tunnel level levelThose leelThose levelThose
Those familiar amHar with rUh the ground state statethat statethat statethat
that that there is no question queston but what the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike has been made in the same sme vein veinwhich veinwhkh veinwhich
which made mde a a bonanza bnanza of the Galena GalenaKing Galena GalenaICing
King as it I was mined nearer nerer the sur surface surface surface ¬
face and proved provf a a rich producer many manyyears manyear manyyears
years ear ago The strike means every everything eve evething everything ¬
thing to the company compny and not a a little littleto ltte ltteto littleto
to the thE camp cap in which the company comp p is isoperating isO isoeratIng
operating operatingThe O oeratIngThe fratng fratngThe
The fact is not generally generly known now nowbut nowbut nowbut
but this same 2me TipTop property is the theone theone theone
one in which Dr P A H Franklin Franklingained Frnkln Frnklngained Franklingained
gained his first frt practical prctcl knowledge lcowlege of ofznlning ofmining ofmlzming
mining and geology Ieology He worked worke the theground theground theiruund
ground in early erly days and polished polshe the thehead thehead
head of a drill dri with wih persistent regulari regularity ¬ I
ty When his shift shIf was through in inthe inthe inthe
the mine he would take up his books booksand bks bksand booksand
and spend hours and hours hour in geological geologicalresearch geologicl geologiclresearch geologIcalresearch
research and study sudy When the doc doctor do doemr ¬
tor hears hEars of this strike it i will w1 bring bringliack brIngback bringbaCk
baCk back to him many may memories of the thepast thepat thepast
past pat when he studied studIe and toiled tole to tomake tomake tomake
make a fortune from the ground on his hisown hl hlown hisown
own account accountMINING account accountMINING accountMINING
MINING STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEAnother EXCHANGEAnother EXCHANGEAnother
Another Lively Days Trading at atFluctuating atFluctuatng atFluctuating
Fluctuating Fluctuatng Prices PricesAnother PricesI PricesAnother
I Another lively Jvely days trading trdin was re recorded recorded ¬
I corded orde on the mining exchange xchangf yesterday yesterday4S00 yesterday46sOO EMerda
4S00 shareg shar of stock HtOk with a a soiling gUug value valueof valueof valueof
of 468 J14S77S7 438 changing hands handsAJax handt handsAjax
AJax maintained malntined its It Iiton position MM ition at ltf l5cents 1 4 4f
cents entf whie while CarJ Caries which Oltned opelied at bth both bothi I Iff
i ff f fislone at S3 2 cents c nts was finally fualy crowded crowdedl crowdedlaek crowdedlak
l laek > ack to 20 2 2O4 4 cents Cfnt May Day was as traded tradedin trade
in at 23 2 to 23 1 cents pnt and closed < oSd at 2H4 2H4nts Z 23l 23lmts
nts and Lower Mammoth lfammoth after ICer ad adaiicing admcng adaneing
fdt
aiicing from 3 2 to 10 cents cnt eased e8d off to to2X tocpnts
1 2X s mcng cents New York repeated rellCte its 1t performanrt l perform prformmmcc rform rformanCP
anCP anrt of Thursday TurHay sejling selng at lt W 8 to tofnt sn snand StcfntB
cfntB for or CS malt and and future delvr delivery
1 and fnt closing doing at J b8i4 4 cents Uncle Sam Sm and andYankee andYanke andankee
Yankee Yanke remained practically pracUcly unchanged unchangedii uncha1 e et
ii < 15 t did most mot remaine of the tie other oth4r stocks tok tr trd tradev d td tdil f lu luhue il InNsildriver
NaUdrlver again brought 5 5 c cents centslug t ur urinJ
hue the onen apbrought beard sesSloflh e stons Star Str J01H J01 C011 C011sIijateJ
inJ ODn Irc cn2
sIijateJ > H < iate4 was wa stronger at t 8Vfe 9 cents c nt al aud dtfl dtflvalue tie tieiale UmS UmSsame
lcatpo stonS6r
value iale was true of Wabash Wabh at 119 1 L i JItU Llt
Bell Bf1 came Cam out for the th < first fnt time tml in many manyweek man manwtekl manNweeks
week wtekl 100 10 shares 8har selling tllnJ at 40 cents centsFollowing ccnt
Following Folowing to i the tl list Itt of final fnal quotations quotationsand quotationSnd
and a nd record of t sales ll made mRdFo
Fo ren Afternoon AfternoonI AftornuonBid
I t Bid I iAse1 Asked I8Jedl Bid Asked jAsked1lce AskedAlice
Alice lce 1lce t T TCon IJ 1100 1 10 1tt 1ttjax
Ajax A jax Ir I IIPtII 11 1 llt llttuLBeck i iButBek
ButBek i tuLBeck 1 lt 1t 11 15 181 I 155 155arlsM W WCarlja
Carlja arlsM II p 21 21Crh n nreiIs
Crh C reiIs t i Ii Iion t >
Con on Mercur Mercurr lercur 3S4 41 I IwI < c 4
DI 1 wI 1 2 i I 2 2I4 2 26 26mm 26mmaJyZJidga
DalYJudge 1 1D 156 i t 55 4p 47I 47IaIyWem W WD1
r D1 D 1I > alyWe We t 1 IJUXr IJUXrIS 1
IS Ii I B B BGalena ti s i iiiia a aGalena
Galena G iiia f f W WHorn iC iCHorn 8 14 4A 4A1M 2
Horn Silver Sfer 180 180Little 15 11 1M L3ittle i
LL Little Lite L ittle Bell Del BellMammotii j 25 25Mammoth I 1 10
L Mammotii I M jt iSj4
I i
Mammoth latmoth 100 100May 10 I I I 100 1 I LM LMSunshine l p
May Day Da 34 24 I 23 I 2 43 43ntario
OP Ontario Ontrio O ntario 265 265Petro 2S 6 I i 8 I Ietro
Petro PetroROBCOH P etro i I U j
ROBCOH RO R RS oeooH H j I Ad 40 40Silver 8 11 I 1 4 1 1liver
RS RS Silver Stver S King King iSOtf O UO i GOOO GOOOS Io II iO 5O 5Oeramento t 60
S onmento eramento r jnento i 0711 1 8 OSI t I 1 15 15lhvr
Silver Slvr S lhvr Shield Shlekj ShIeldi 99 o I S4I f j
Str S tar Con 1 f 07 I 11 me 0 it 16 16Snl 15wensea
SS Snl S wensea 1 eo 1
S S o Swane Swansea 01 O54 w l 00 01 ta taunshine
Sunshine SunshineI S I
8 U
I 1U U l S Mining JInlnd 3000 30 i 3260 34 37 I I 8960 3W WMtah JKW JKWM w wUth
Utah Uth U tah tahncle i iTTncl M 8 it i 50 50ij 5
TTncl U ncle Sam I 1 1 aS j ij WVfct 4I 5 5VIeorfn 7 718S
Victoria t 1 15 0 0Boston 18S i5J I I 166 is i ioston lSO 1 1Bton
Boston Bton B oston Con Con1 I 750 75 j 836 U S5OutlerLib 6 ij i j S6U 1
ButlerLib ButlrLI B IS ISBeck 1r I 1 U 3 14 1 14Beck
Beck Bk T Coni Con j 16 ii 08 8 10 10Centur 10entury
Century Centur C 15 i r rIiiKOt 2 I 14 J JInKot 14ngot i
IiiKOt I I 01 01Joe Olito i 02 011 Ott i MTk MTki 8 01 > ni nioe
Joe Jo J oe Bowers BowersLittle Bowen i wvii e o 1 01 01Lite 01Little i
1 Little Lite Chief Chie ChIcI I Wf 04 4 l l06H I 1
Martha M rIbs W WNew 06H i 00 OWfe ijO ijONew
New Ne York YorkTetro 89 I S SS K SO 9 51Tetro
Tetro 17 17Victor 1 18 1 1Sj 17Vfe 171 I 1 1V 1VVictor 15Victor
I
Victor Con 88fc 10 esI 05 09 04 4MM 4 4iso
Wabash abh 170 1 70 f iso 11 ies IO igYankee 180 10
Yankee Yanke Cont Con j 36 36Rich 3 I I l1 54 I 35 3 j jNevada I 35 35OC
Rich Ana r I OC 0 I 1 05 05Nevada 0 0Nevada
Nevada Stocks StocksJim StocksGoldleld Stocksini
Jim J Goldleld G ini Butler Buter B 1 110 + 1 I 107V 10 107i 115 0
AIonCTono IontTOw r 325 32 340 0 X335 3 3i I 1 840 1 340onopak
Tonopah TonoPh T onopak 1260 I 1226 15ionoBei u
Tono TanBl T onoBei Bel 1120 115 1 I 125 1 140 10 140ono
Tono T ono Ex 11 475 5GU 550B
TonoMid T B ± Mk1 4 lffl 11 J I 170 lSM 47 11 I 170 170Forenoon 17t 17tForenoon 171Forenoon 1
Forenoon Sales SalesLittle Salesjx SalesAjax
Ajax jx lOltc lOltcrha 100Ole 100Olesrisa
< srisa rha 1 30eti3 IOOz3tc o c flO2c c
Little Lille Ball B81 190fe40c 9
New York 200 ift0Isc We 1 SOOffttOc 20t 00Sh5l4c 00Sh5l4co4ffio i 8 c
tiJOfO 08
1 SOOffSOVrC o4ffio buyer 30 1 S00ff 4h0t4hlc Hc le buyer 30 3 0 6W 6Wc WIller
Rt c seller ller 30 100fi tOr l0OiSL 9c c seller Hler 30 3
Yankee Consolidated lunstdate 109fi36c 109fi36cOpen If3 10kh36cOpen c cOpen
Open Board Boardirt Board BoardM
irt M Ajax jax at IGVie 16cMM 16e4ftiWl
4 4ftiWl HKi MM CariEft Crbfal jx at 22c 22cnott 2eOU c cOi
nott Oi OU arias Carll at 22c buyer buyerCarim 30 0
500 Carisa Carim at 21c ie1lw5I
1000 Carisa Carlo at 21c 2lcsI l lLower
00 Lower Mammoth 18mmoth at I 2c
12M 12 Lower Io er Mammoth IRtmolh at SOc 3Q
509 r May ay Day DR at 2Sc c buyer bu erl 80 0
400 4 May Iay Day at 28 3c 1
2000 O 000 May ay Day at 23 lc lcNew c
900 New York Yorkat at Sifcc 8Ic 8Icl
2 21 < M l Naildriver Naidrlver at t SRc 5 c
1000 10 Star Consolidated ConsU Rtll at 3c 3
1000 Star Consolidated
10 at Sfcc 9
109 10 Wabash rRbasl at 179 179Shares 1 179Shares 9 9Share
Shares Share sold Ild 21700 21700Selling 21iO 21700Selling
Selling Slng value J8047112 J8047112Afternoon SU4711 SU4711Afternoon 4i1 4i1Afternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesMay SalesCRiA Salesarise
CRiA arise 150t523e 1002e o 2004jlc
May Ia Day Da 27ftf 27oIeac O 2Wc c SCOftfflVie SCOftfflVieITnde 2OIC 1e
Uncle 1 ncle Sam 100 l0t l0O4g7jc 37c c 109eTc 109eTcIngot
Ingot J ngot 2600Ci 2 5002c 5002cJoe ic icJ c cJo 10c
Jo J Joe O Bowers lOOOfl 1Cvc 1CvcNew 1OOttjc Jc JcNew
New York 10060c 10060cOpen I00tOpen
l0
Open Board
1100 110 Carisa Carisa at 20c 20cSSOO
2c 2c5S0
SSOO 5S0 Caries CRrlsa at 204c ilc e
1200 12 Carlsa Carlsl at tic c
1000 10 Ingot at 2c 2czoot c
2000 20 Joe Bowers Bower at 3c c e
100 10 Lower Mammoth at Mc
500 5 Lower Mammoth at 29e 3c Oc
500 S Lower Mammoth at It atc 2 e
100 10 May Iay Day Da at 23Wc c
200 2 Naildriver Naidricr at 55c 55cr i 55cs0
r s0 0 New York at SHIe M buyer buyerew 30
400 New ew York at S S fcc fcclfiOO
lfiOO ViO New N York at Sc 8e
500 5 New York at 80c S
100 0 New York t SSMe 8e e
Shares Sha rt sold sld 25100
I0
Selling Selng value valueNew 37 37New m7S m7SNew
New York Mining Stocks StocksAdantK StocksdamK StocksAdams
Adams Con 35 2 25Litti Little Litl Chief CI f 5
Alice Alce 4S 4SOutsrio S Ontario 400 4 01
Breece Breot 25Ophlr 25 Ophlr U i 00 00Wrunawick 01 01Brunswick
Brunswick Hru sick C Phoenix i S Phonix 3 S
Comstock T S Potosi
Comstok PotOi 20 21 I
C C Va 200Savagc 26Svage 2 50 Savage SavageIbm 67
Horn Ibm Silver Slver 1 75 ii 7 Sierra S rl Nevada 50 50Iron 51 51Iroti
Iron Silver Slver 3 10Small 10 Smal Small Hones HOD 25 S
Leadvllle rAedvie Con Standard 1 SO SOBoston 9 I IBoston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAIventure StocksAdventure
Adventure 3 50 Mohawk 4 25
Altouez Allu z 20 2030 SO i M C C C 4 325 3
Amalx Amal 81 U 3R 2 oid ld Dom 2875 ii
Am Sine inc 1200 1 12 0 00 OsciH Oceo1a Oceo1aAtlantic > ta 9560 6
Atlantic AtlnUe H 00 04 Parrot 25 00
Biiigham iJgha 31 7 tarot jQuincy UIC 1W 0 05 05iLl 0
le
Cul at iLl Hec He 83T S3 00 o Shannon lutmon 7 7CsnteniiiI 0 fi2 fi2Centennial f
Centennial Cpnlenuitl is 30 Tamarack Tlmar < k 1150U 1150URa HZ 1la 0 00 00P
nlt P Ra R Range n K e 7260 i 7 00 Trinity Orlnty 1Trlntty1alyWet S 37
l > HlyvWt 1435 H 2 IT ii Coiner COJlr opper 2200 2200I 22 tIm tImIon
0
I Ion > om Coal Col 7700 77 0 O I S Mining lnin 31 r A
Franklin FrnkU S 550 5 5 > C S OH 01 i iurancv K 4 4irancy
nrHnc irancy i Th B EttlIli Itah tal 42 z S 55
Isle 1 hal si Ruyaif 1yll 22 z 25 Victoria ltnrla S 73 r ii
M Mcms hf Mining 925W1notm 9 25 IVlnmnis Imi 11884 I 11 03I 03IMiehiu
Michigan lehJa 12 1 ISfeWolverine 1 Ijrfne 1076 1076San 10 157 0
01 01S I ISan
San S n Francisco Mining Stocks StocksAlpha StocksAlph StocksAlpha
Alpha Alph Con lUJuKtice 12lu l2liistioeAndes lC 0
Andes Ande MMexican exlcan 255 255Hel 2 5
Hel l Belehr h r Occidental Ie Con 92 92Be 2 21kst
Be 1kst t B Beleher lcher2 I 2 is Onhir ihir 1100 U 0 1
Bullion Bulin 41 Overman 2S 2SCaledonia S S SCaledonia
Caledonia Calenia 73 1PotOI TSPotosi Potosi I 20 20ChallengeCon 2 2
ChallengeCon Chu l n8e Con 2Savage Sa vage vageCholar S3 S3ChoIar S SChoIar
ChoIar Cholar 5e < K Belcher B Bekmheronfkhence k 12 12Confidence 12onfkenee
< Confidence onfkenee 1 l0Shtll OOgierra 041 terra Nevada Nad 4
c 1 Va V 2 2IiSflver giver Hill HU 110 10a 1 1 0 0rown
Crown rown Point I t IS Union n Con n nGouh j i
Kxchequer a S5rt IEr 05 1tnP h Con c 14 14Gould I
Gould Gouh Curry 38Yellow Yelo Yellow Jacket 31 S
Hale Noreross 2 26 26TonopahGoldfieid 25TonopahGoldfieid
orr0 2 2T
TonopahGoldfieid T Stocks StocksJames Stocksam StocksJames
James am A Pollock Polok t Co furnish the fol following folinJrc tele ¬
lowing as the closing iuotatioim u on n ntheir the theSan tfl e
tflr
San inJrc Franci Francisctm co exchange I yesterday no over overtheir o ove ovetheir r
their private prhlte wire wireTonopah wie
I Bid A sked ke
1ntanaToDoph 37 37341 1 33 310 310tonoph
Tonopah TonoPh Midway ldwa l 1r 14Pm41 7V4l 1 179 17
Macnamara MacnamaraTonopah aenamara 46 46im
Tonopah fonoph Belmont BelmontNorth im 1 130North I 125 125Mobawk 1a
North orth Star StarItescue M 5 I Ff Fflpsuf i iIteCotie
Itescue ItescueHold lpsuf 11 I 1 1Gold 1Gold
Gold Mountain MountainJim 12 14
I 1
Jim Butler ButlerTopqpah Buter 1H I 11 11oPQn 11Z
Topqpah Common CommonTonopah COIDn U5 1ZSTonopah 1i
oPQn
Tonopah Extension ExtensionRedtop Exfelo I 550
TonoPh ii
Redtop Retop 30 i
l a 4
OoJdHeld OoJdHeldSandstorm GoJdneldSantorm GoldfteLdSan4storm
Sandstorm SandstormSaiHiaiurm Santorm 1 50 i M
SaiHiaiurm Sndavrm Extension Extefmo 1 1 I 1 15
AMms 12 13
Mohawk MobawkDixie MohawkDixie mk mkDixie
Dixie DixieKendall
24 I 35
Kendall Kendallouimbia Kenl Kendallo1mmbia 11
Colmbia < ouimbia MoiintH MoiintHJumbo 4ountidn ounut 48 X 45
Jumbo JumboJumbo Jumb 76 70
Jumbo Jumb Extension ExtensionBlack Etenlon 7 J
Black Butte ButteSilver Bute 30 1 37
Silver Slver Pick PickGolden Pck
Golden Gok GoM Anchor AnchorRay Auc r 100 1 1j4
10
Ray Ry OBrien OBrienOhioTonopah O OI3rienOhioTonopah B14n 11
OhioTonopah OhioTonopahDUmondfltrld o
OhloTonoph 40 Y
Orwnl Original BW BitiS Fr FrDmondrl FrWg 35 i 3
DUmondfltrld DUmondfltrldCash Dmondrl 1
1 7
Cash Cah Boy By t s
HomeToropah HomeToropahL HomTonph 33 i 1 53
L Lee LeneStar n Star SUr 18 2 2COISTQCK 3
COMSTQCK COMSTQCKBullion COISTQCKBulin COMSTQCKBullion
Bullion BullionBatcher Bulin v l 4 W
Batcher BatcherCoit Dllcr BeicherCossOildated 37
Coit Colllat CossOildated 9 IMat 4l Virginia VirginiaOpWr VlrglnlOpltr I 253
OpWr Opltr r i iCatodonla 1 1i 1130
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Catodonla CatodonlaMextean COla 74 i
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Mextean MexteanUlflOH I R 270 i 275 ii
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UlflOH UlflOHJmrfcst Ihol 55 55Ja5ceL
Jmrfcst Jmrfcst15xch J t 40 40i5xehequer 9 0
Bceue i5xehequer 15xch q er erNorcros > h Im t 70
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Norcros NaclS NorcrosAndes I 200 ss
Andes AndesScorfilon An Al 411 411Seoritlon
Scorfilon Sorll100 30 27 27Utah
Utah Stocks 1n in Boston BostonJames BostonJamtl BostonJames
James Jamtl A Pollock Pol k Co bankers bnkll and an 1
brokers hrok r yesterday yeterda received rele over ove their theirprivate theirprlYt r rprivate I
private prlYt wire from Paine PnlP8 W Vebber bb r Co Coone Coon CoIns
on one of thalr hAr Boirtf no ItoittDii > n QOrresponaants < rr pon nt th the thepKot theWI a
foowingippai WI p ormrrKDt inarkot pKot eommtot t And Ate LI LIrtej
r rtej nt tchsles t WU pJ JlUh 11 stocks stks emmt en the thecontltiucd thom tlt a aamid
m tb ne Iltl amid msf flI flII3toii
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on a heavy hea scale Cale in New York today and andat andat antiat
at the close was still ti In progress About AbouU AboutU
U oclock coE the market started strted to rally rallyand ral rahi rahiand
and gained gallO about abut 2 points point on the active activestocks uetve uetvestock activeStocks
stocks stock hut in the thf later dealings depIngs most or orthis orthis ofthis
this was lost The Tht coppers oers rai rally easily easilywhen ca easilywhen iy iywhe
when whe there Is any strength strengh In the te Now NowYork NowYork
York market but we Wf would buy b y them themonly themonly themonly
I only on declines delines Quotations QuotationsSales Quotatoms QuotatomsSale QuotatiOnSSales
Sales Sale Open High Low Lw Close CloseBoston Clo CloBOtn loSe loSeBoston
Boston BOtn Con 1600 16 T 4 7 7 711 i 7 7Bfngham i4 i4Blngham
Bfngham Bnbhnm 4SB S 33 2Vi 4 531 1 1Con 532i 532iCon S2fc
Con Con Mercur 309 3 40 40 40 49 49DulyWest 41 411ZIitivWet
DulyWest Dllv est 20 14 14 14 14 14Ut 1 11Ut4lt
Ut U Ut4lt O 1227 1 7 42fc 4 423 42fc 4 42 4 4U 42 42U 42U
U S Mining4427 Mining Uning4427a 4427 31 31 W34 20 31 31Allouez 311 3lAiIouz
Allouez loue 370 21 1 21 20 05 21 21ANOTHER 21ANOTHER 21ANOTHER
ANOTHER SIDE SIDEOF OF OF STORY STORYMammoth STORYMammoth STORYMammoth
Mammoth Companys CloseDown CloseDownNot
Not Forced by Wills WillsThe Wis WisThe WillsThe
The Herald Herld Is in receipt of a letter letteri leter leterfrom letterfrom
i from W V Wheeler of Mammoth giving
f the R C Wills VIs side of the controversy controversywith
with the Mammoth p pI
Iamroth Mining company companyj companywhich
j I which has resulted resuled in thg th mines of the thecorrtpany thecontpany
i corrtpany coJny being closed down pending
I the arrival of General General Manager Sam Samuel Samuel Samuel ¬
uel McIntyre lcntyre from Nevada on Monday londap londapMr
Mr Wheeler says sys the Wis Wills family familyonly famiy famiyonly familyonly
only wanted the company to move their
houses and replace them t1em in townIn town In as asgood asgood
I good condition conditon as a they were before re removal removnl remnoval ¬
moval The company offered ofered them themthree themthret themthree
three thret lots lot in Middle 1ddle town and 200
I When this offer ofer was made about three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks ago Mrs lrs Wills Vis was wa sick s sickin ckin in bed bedj bedand
j and unable to move The dump track trackMr trck trck1lr trackMr
Mr 1lr Wheeler says sys was waS switched swiohed around aroundI
I so that that the t e rock fell fel against the house houseund houseand
I I and that one stone went through a aI awindow
I window Instead of using threats Mrs
Wills Vis is said by Mr Wheeler to have havepleaded ha havepleaded 1lr e epleaded
pleaded with wih the company to stop
dumping against her home hone during durint her hersickness hersickness hersickness
sickness but all to no purpose purposeThe purposeThe purposeThe
The Wills Vis have lived lved on the ground trounc
for twenty years ours having built buit there
before the company located it They hey
are considered to be worthy persons
perons
by their friends They agreed to take
ageed
5500 500 00 and move Ove the building buiding themselves themselvesor
or submit to the company removing
compny
them them at its own cost cost The miners who
have ha ve lost their positions positons through the
incident or many man p of them at least lest are aresaid aresaid aresaid
said said by b Mr 1Ir Wheeler to be in sympa sympathy Sjmpath syrnpathy ¬
thy th with the family famiy and do not blame
them them them for standing up for what they be ¬
lieve lee to be right rightQUINCY rightQUINCY rightQUINCY
QUINCY JUNIOR SHIPMENT SHIPMENTFirst SHIP SHIPMENTFirst iENT iENTFirst
First Car of Concentrates From New NewMill NewMi NewMill
Mill Mi Marketed Yesterday YesterdayThe
The 1ae first frst carload calod of concentrates cncentrates from
the reconstructed reonstructed mill mi of ot the Qulney
Junior company compny operating opertn above Halley Haiey
Ida was marketed by b Manager W V
Rice yesterday eterday on controls showing
eightysix ellhtsix ounces silver sier and4Gpar aln and46 4Gpor per cent
lead led The plant as rearranged has only onbI
been b n in in operation a little Utle more than a
week but Mr Ir Rice Ric says sa s It is performing perf rming
I splendidly Hpenidly Two classes of concentrates concentratesare
are being made one of the character
mentioned mentonld and the other containing a
fine fn excess of iron over silica sic No ship ¬
ment of the latter later grade has yet et been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made but from now on both grades will
bth
be coming cming regularly rtgularly to market gades wil
The mill mi has just jUlt been equipped equippd with wih
new Sturtevant rolls rols and two additional
additonal additonalllh
Uilfley tables and Manager 8 Rice calcu calcuMttes
llh lde
Mttes ktte that it will easily handle d cio 100 Ci Ciof tons
of crude ore per day when ful fully limbered
up The company is composed largely of
the old stockholders in the Quincy com company comJn cornpany ¬
pany Jn which operated at Park City Ciy pre previous preVus ¬
ious Vus to the sale sle of Its is property to the
DalyWest DalyWestPROPERTY Dld Daly Vet VetPROPERTY Vest VestPROPERTY
PROPERTY EXPERTED EXPERTEDCaptain EXPERTEDLCaptain EXPERTEDCaptainTibbeyGives
Captain CaptainTibbeyGives Tibbey Gives I X L Owners OwnersAdvice OwnersAdvice OwnersAdvice
Advice and Encouragement EncouragementJ EncouragementMani I
J Mantl Mani April prI 28 2Captin 35Captain Captain Benjamin Tib I IQ
boy Q of Salt Lake Lke was wa in the Marysvale
Country Cuntr near the tle Deer Trail Trtl property
this week inspecting Inspptns the properties of
the I X L Mining Ining company properte composed composedprincipallyof composedprincipally
principally princlpll of men of this city cit The min ¬
big expert epert reports rlprts to the th lie company emplny that that
they are working in the right direction directionand dlrlcton dlrlctonand directionand
and place to reach a rich body bod of ore oreand oreand oreand
and the th members of the company arc arcvery arevfry artVery
very vfry hopeful ho ful of striking strikln a bonanza In the thevery thevery thtvery
very near future U 1 Is understood understoo that thata thata
a a number Jumbr of Salt Sal Lakors have purchased purchasedvery purchasedvery L Lvery
very liberally Jbraly of the I X L stock and I
that recently reenty the price has stock gone up upf u I Irapidly
rapidly rpldlThe
f The property prope rt Is in the rich mineral belt beltand beltand belland
and Indications Indicatons are very favorable for
the Dromoters A liberal Iboral amount of ofmoney ofmone 01money
money mone is being spent to work the prop ¬
erty and a constant search Is being made L
for the muchdesired muchdeired fortunes forunes the share ¬
holders holers are at nresent nreent anxious for The Thereport Thereprt ThEreport
report reprt of the mining expert has given the
boys much encouragement and has cre created created cremtted ¬
ated considerable conslde able excitement in this city cityCopper ciy ciyI cityCopper
I Copper Drops in London LondonLondon LondonLondon Londonlnndon
London April Apri 2S 2SDesplte Despite the satisfac tatsfac ¬
tory worldwide consumption of copper copperand copperlnd coppematid
and lnd the th especially ePelll Rood oOd United UnitedStates States de demand demand domanmi ¬
mand the recent reent persistent weakness w akness has hasresulted hasreulld hamresulted
resulted reulld in a drop of 70s 70 from the pre precediiiK preceding
cediiiK I highest hlglNt point closing today toa flat flatat fhlat flatitt
at t IIS Lazarus laZrus Sons report points I
out the danger hU er for the future futur in the un unl unleefnted unireejhnted
l ireejhnted recea leefnted nt Hl exports fxprhto to the far cast pro
fes f fessedly < eulv elY for coinage purposes purpo but thcro thei
speculation slIeulktou is i a a suspicion Jplcon that this is for Chinese Chlnl e S
Metal Market MarketSilver MarketSfver MarketSflor
Silver Sfver 56 i cents per ounce
Copper casting caRtn 14 1 144 c ntsper Qnt pound
Lead in ore 350 New Iew York pr 1450 45 4 per poxpounds
i MO H pounds puns
h MiningNotes MiningNotesTwo M ning Nofes NofesTwo
Two cars crs of ore from Binsham BiUham Biugh and andone I Ione
one from Stockton St kton were were reported reprted at the m
Pioneer l > ioner sampler smler yesterday yesterdayThe yeterdA yeterdAThe yesterdayThe
The Uncle Sam Consolidated Comuldale will wi close i
the month on an output of ten or twelve twelveears twelveers i iears
ears ers of crude ore and five cars crs of con concentrates eoncentra concentrates ¬
centrates centratesNine centra centratesNine ho hoNine
Nine cars crt of ore from TIntic six from i i1riso
Vrisco lrlso two from Nevada ad8 a afi d one from i
j Bingham Bln ham were er reported rellrtedat at aJ the Taylor lalor lalorsmplng t
Bruiitott morning morningPresident morningI morningPresident sampling smplng works work yesterduy yesterduymorning yeterday yeterdaymorning yesterdumorning
President Preident Robert Robtrt D Evans of the thi S
I United Unite States Mining Ining company compncame came In Infrom Infrm Ii Iifrom
from frm the east Thursday Thursay night for the thepurpose theI thE S Spurpose
i purpose purl of inspecting inspectng his companys s mines minesand minesan mineanti
I comPny
I and an smelters smelers He was accompanied accompnied by b bMrs
I Mrs lr5 Evans and the Misses isse Hunt and andNlles andNUe am t tNibs
Nibs NUe of Boston Bston He expects to remain remaini 1 1several
i i I several Sveral days daysI daysM
I M 1 E Meyers of the Federal Mining lning
Milling company compny returned returne from a ten tenweeks tcnweek I Iweeka
weeks week eastern easter trip yesterday He has
been ben after money mon with wih which to continue continuethe contnue contnuethe contmnuithe
the development of his
companys s prop property properh property ¬
erty erh in Beaver county comln and states that thathe thathe
he has ha returned prepared prepare to iftish sh things thingswith thingswith S Swith
with Increased increase vigor vigorManager vigorhta vigorManager
Manager hta er C L L Rood Ro of the Ontario came S
down from camp cnw last night He stated statedthat statedtht I Ithat
that tht there was nothing to add at present presentto preent preentto t tto
to the reports rep rts which The Herald has ha S Sgiven
given of the progress being made in the thedraining i
draining of the mine All Al he could say sa k
last la t evening en > nlng was that the work was as pro progreasIng
greasIng gre lng very satisfactorilyH satisfactorily Iattsfactor1lyGeorge tsfactorl
Gerge George H 1 Robinson Robinsn general generl manager managerof r rof
of the Yampa mines mlne and smelter smeler and the theTlntlc theTlntc tim S STintic
Tlntlc Tlntc properties properUts of the TIntic Tintc Mining lnlng
Development Dpvtlopment company Is buck blck from his histrip hlHtrip hI I Itrio
trip to the Britannia Britnnia in British Britsh Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaan Columbiaan1
and an after spending a few days da s in looking lookingafter lookingafer 7 7after
after afer > matters here and an inspection lspecton of ofthe orte o r rthe
the te properties properte under his control he will willKO wi 1 1go
go on to New York where business businessler businesslertklning per pertaining pertaming ¬
taming to the Britannia Briannia copper mines mineswill miles S SillI
will 11 receive reeJve his attention attentionThe atenton atenton1he attentionThe
The 1he Signet Slgl t Gold Copper Mining ining com company cornPanY ¬
pany pn operating operatng in American Fork is ispushing I S SlUShiflg
pushing puhing developments and recent recen t reports S
from the mine are of u a very encouraging encouraginnature report
nature A contract for 209 additional additonal feet feetof feetof feeof
of tunnel work tork has been n let and 111 a new newair newair C Cair
air pipe line lne Is being Installed Intale while whie cars carsand ear S Sand
and an trackage are being added to the th equip
ment Vice President Plesldent W V H Young ex ¬
poets pts to pilot piot a party prty of prospective In ¬
Ilrospectvc
vestors vetor through thrugh the property tomorrow tomorrowManager tomorrowManager tomorrowManager
Manager P W V Madsen has 11 returned rcturned
from a t trip of inspection In6PlUon to the Century
and reports reprt the mine to be responding to ti
the th plan of development being respnding carried earrlo out ou t
in a most satisfactory stsfactory manner mann r All the tb 0
new territory terriory he h says sys is showing Ai ore of ofa ofa o r ra
a very good average grade and the quan ¬
tity tty is I even better beter than grade he ever suspected 1
It would be The susPettd
I Century Is being beng rapidly
brought brught out from rom under the cloud which
has l overshadowed overhadowed it for ra a year U r past pastArticles I pas pasArticles > a s sArtcle
Articles Artcle of o Incorporat Incorporatterday Inerorat ineorporatjpfur ig ffllj t
terday in the thE office offce oy 0 Kf L h1 f fstte
state stte by thNevatl tbN thNevadaGnmftfl vadaG GnaUOoaiInlfl 11 h n Uestzuent 1
estzuent 5tUent co cubipitny pany of Ogeb Ogdett I vltIelt Ic1 II 1
SUPPORT CAME CAMEAT CAMEJ
J AT RIGHT TIME TIMECheck
Check to Demoralization Demorzaton in Wall WallStreet Wal
Street StreetPRICES Steet SteetPRICES I
PRICES STARTED UPWARD UPWARDRALLY UPWARDRALLY
RALLY DID NOT LAST UNTIL THE THECLOSE THECLOSE I
CLOSE CLOSEXew CLOSEXew
Xew York April pri28EfecUe 2S 25EffectiVe Effective sup support support ¬
port today checked the the demoralized demoralizedtone demoralzed demoralzedtone
tone which threatened the market and andquieted andquieted
quieted quietedjthe the speculative speulatve excitement with withthe wit withthe
the result resul of a subsidence of activity activityand actvIt actvItand
and a steady stedy tone until unti sudden xtreme extremeweakness xtremeweakness xtremeweakness
weakness again agin set In the last fifteen fifteenminutes ffeen ffeenminutes fifteenminutes
minutes During Durng the progress of the therecovery therecover therecovery
recovery recover the average of prices was lift lifted lffte lit t teth ¬
ed above last night and some consider considerable considerable ¬
e
I able gains tains were established establshed especially especiallyin epecialy epecialyIn
in the northwestern railroad rairoad group and andthe andI andthe
the trunk lines lnes After Afer yesterdays down downward downward downward ¬
I ward plunge there was as a fear that the thefurther thefurther thefurther
further prices rices declined declned the more pres pressure pressure pressure ¬
sure there would be to sell sel stocks stocksThis stocksI stocksThis
I This apprehension Was ctas as sufficiently sufficientlyjustified sufcienty sufcientyjutfed sufficientlyjustified
justified jutfed by the heavy hea lull lul this morning morningwhich morningwhich morningwhich
which was caused by the uneasiness uneasinessthroughout uneasinessthroughout uneasinessthroughout
throughout the country countr resulting resultng from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the heavy declines declnes of yesterday yeterday With Withmargins Vithmargins i imargins
margins materially materialy impaired and the thefear thefear thefear
fear of still stI larger losses to be faced facedthe rced rcedthe facedthe
the urgent ureent desire to sell sel is I easily easiy un understood understood understood ¬
derstood Support was attempted atempted at atthe atthe atthe
the opening and the more cheerful toneof tone toneof toneof
of foreign markets today toda p aided the ef effort effort offort ¬
fort fort Prices of Americans In London Londonwere Londonwere Londonwere
were lifted Hred considerably above last lastnight lastnight Instnight
night and there was liberal lberl buying in inNew inNew inNew
New York for foreign foreig account after afterthp afer aferth afterthe
the th trading begun but these gains gainsoukkly aim aim9ulfkly alnsuiekly
oukkly disappeared under the flood food of ofliquidation ofUquidalol1 ofliquldatio
liquidation Uquidalol1 which came into the market marketfrom marketfrom
from all al quarters It I was only onl by the themost themost
most vigorous measures Jea res of support that thatthe thatthe
the market wassaved was sa saved cl from demoraliza demoralization demoralza demoralzaton ¬
tion ton again during the first frst hour Enor Enormous EnornOU5 Enornious ¬
mous amounts of stocks passed passe through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the market in that period in the course courseof courseof
of the contest between opposing oppsing forces forcesThe forcesThe forcesThe I
The trading tradlnt In the first frst hour in fact factmade factma
made ma e ur > the tll bulk of the transactions transactionsfor trnsactons
for the whole day The chief cllef fear of ofspeculative ofspeculathe I
speculative holders evidently was the theinstablt theinstability j jinstability
instability instablt of the market rather than thanany thanany thanany
any actual developments affecting afectng afectngvalues affectingvalues j
values and when the support had dem demonstrated demonstrated demonstrated ¬
onstrated its Is effectiveness efetventss sufficient sufcent as assurance assurance assurance ¬
surance was imparted to dissipate dissipte the theurgent theurgent theurgent
urgent desire to sell TJi 91itre 1 re was wa evi evidently evidenty evidently ¬
dently denty a large short interest Inter imiterst t left lef open openalso openalso openalso
also The failure faiure of confirmation confrmaton of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some of the alarmist rumors rumors which cir circulated circulated cireulated ¬
culated yesterday impressed imprss the sellers sellersof selers selersof
of stocks stock < with wih the idea that thatthere there had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not been good god grounds for for their theIr action actionWhile acton actonVhie actionWhile
While Vhie the resignation re gaUol of the th head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Missouri lssouri Pacific Pacifc system from the theUnion theUnIon theUnion
Union Pacific Pacfc board was discussed with withseriousness withserIousness withseriousness
seriousness the effect efet on the market marketwas market marketwas
was lessened by the relative relatve firmness firmnessof frness frnessof
of Missouri Pacific Padfc and the good sup support support support ¬
port of Union Pacific Pacfc The forecast foreast of ofthe ofthe oftime
the currency movement for the week weekgave weekgave weekgave
gave promise of a considerable increase increasein Increae IncreaeIn
in the cash cah holdings of the banks to be heshown beshown beshown
shown in tomorrows bank statement statementThe statement statementThe
The ThE market continued contnued to shoYLa show nerv nervous nervous nervous
ous and uncertain andertone in spite of of1the ofthe ofthe
the marked falling faln off 9f in transactions transactionsand transactons transactonsand
and there seemed to be a disinclination disinclnaton disinclnatonon disinclinationon
on the part Qf < f the buyers to follow the theadvance theadvance theadvance
advance in prices prices The persistent persistentstrength peristent peristentstrength persistentstrength
strength in the foreign exchange mar market market nmarket ¬
ket supposed suppo ed to be due to preparation preparationfor preparton prepartonfor
for remittances remitan es of Japanese apanese loan sub subscriptions subscriptom subseriptlons ¬
scriptions scriptom Is not likely lkely Discounts were werefirm werefr werefirm
firm fr in London Lndon today and the price of ofsterling ofsterlng ofsterling
sterling sterlng at Paris declined declned Next week weekis weekis
is payable onehalf onehal of the subscriptions subscriptionsto subscriptons subscriptonsto
to the 100000000 1000000 of Pennsylvania con convertible convertble convertibie ¬
vertible vertble bonds with wih the privilege priviege to sub subscribers subscribers subscribers ¬
scribers to pay in the full ful amount The Thenervousness Thenervousness Thenervousness
nervousness of the market was easily easilyseen easil easilyseen
seen from the quick response to the late latebreak latebreak latebreak
break in Luisvle Louisville resP9fe Nashville Nas ie to 144 144Locomotive 14H 14HLomotve 144Locomotive
Locomotive Lomotve and GeneralElectric General Elecric Electric also alsomade alsomade alsomade
made disconcerting disconcertng plunges plunge In a very veryfew ver veryfew
few minutes most of the gains gins melted meltedaway mele meltedaway
away a way and the closing cosing was very weak weakagain weakagain weakagain
again againBonds againBon againBonds
Bonds Bon s were heavy heav Total sales a I e par parvalue paralue parvalue
value 2790000 270000 United Unied States bonds bondswere bondswere bondswere
were all al unchanged on call callI cal calBond callBond
I Bond Quotations QuotationsTJ
TJ S ref rcL5 2s 1hIomk llo k Val 4t 4ysln 4s1llh simfi simfires f E ElErie
res 101 I t JKrie UHOfk lri gen In 4s 41 Wi WiU
U S ref 2s 2 Japan uun 6s cert cert certN OSA OSAcoin 3S 3SCOIt L
coin COIt 104L N TTnl Unt 4slOSU 4slOSUXT 4s1o 4s103 4s103iT
XT t T S 3s s reg r6 reg104 1 IM < W IM M I con gold Jold 4s104 4s104IT 4s 1M 1MU 100U
U S 3s 3 coup105 coup10 COUP 105 IM M L C 4s 76 761U 76U i
U 1 S new 4s fM M C 1st Inc Increg 22 22reg 22lM
reg 132 13 lM M l St St L I 4s 4 9G 9GTJ 96th 96thU 96U
U S new 4s S IM M 1 K K T 4s102Vi 4s102Vicoup 4s10Z 4s10ZCOup 4s10ZIM
coup 133 13 IM M f K T 2ncls 2ncs 85 85U 8 85U
U S old 4s reg104 reg104N N R R R of M MU MU I IU
U S old 4s con 4s s S0 S0coup 8 S0l S0lY >
coup 104 I N Y C gen senAm genAm genAm
Am T 4s cert 73 731 3V 3s > s 100 100Am 100Am
1Olh 1OlhAm
Am T 6s cert113 cert13 cert 113 ½ N J C gen 5sl35 5sl35Atch 5s3 5s15P4 5s15P4Atch
Atch gen 4sl021 45101 4s 102 N T P 4s 4sAtch 105 4 4Atch
Atch adj 4s s 97 IN N P 3s 3 77 77A 7 77A
A C Line 4sl02N 45102l8 4s 102 N W V con 4sl01 4sl01B 4s101B 4s101iB
B B O 4s 103 O S L rfdg 4s 97 97B 9iB 971
B O 3S 95 9 i Pa con 3l 3 3s = s 104 104C 1 1of 1OP4 t tC
C of G DS 3Ys a 116 16 Reading gen 4s102 4s102C
C of G 1st inc ine 92 j St L Si 8 I II M MC MC
C of G 2nd Inc 76 761 76i con 5s 5 117 117C 11 117C
C O 4i 4s s 107 10 107lISL ISt St L S F FC FC FC
I C A 3s ls H SPA fg fr4S 4s 90 90C O01 O01C
C B Q new St St L Sw con con4s con4s
4s 4 99 9 4s IsC 8314 S
I C R R I P 4s S2i 8nS s2IS S A Line 4s S5Vi S5ViK 85 85C S5C
C K R I P iSo So Pac 4s 9514 5 5col L Lcot
I col 5e 5 92 9 I2i iS6 S Sd Rail Rai 5s 118 118C 18 18c 118j 118jL
C C C St L IT P Ists isIsgen 123 12
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gen 4s IQPST St L L W Whl WC WChi
C Chi hl gen I Term 4e 4 98 I 4s s 84 84I 84Colo StCob
I Colo Cob Mid ld 4s s 75 U P 4s 105 105Colo 10 E ECob
Colo Cob S 4s s 93 9 93U U P con 4s123 4s123Cuba 4s12 4s1221Cuba
Cuba 5s cert cert certIQBi 1Q4 lQ U l i S Steel 2d 5s 97 97D 9 9D 97DM
D R R G 4s 481011 10114 Wabash IsIs Ist 11S 11SIDis 1S 1SDls 1lSDis
IDis Dls Sec Se Sa s 7SVab 78 Wab deb B 75 75Erie 7 7511
Erie rie pr lien 4S102 4s 102 West rest est Md Id 4s S9 S9F S9F S97A 3
F W W D C W V L L E 4s s 94 941st 9H 9H1st 94let
1st 113 U3I Wis Cent 4s
i3 Cent 94Vi 94ViStock 9 9Stock I IStock
Stock Quotations QuotationsAtchisoii Quotatons QuotatonsSales QuotationsSales
Sales High Low Close CloseAtcblsn
AtchisoiiPreferred Atcblsn Atchisoii 1 14400 O S6 S 545 4 844 S4 I
Preferred PreferredA 5 500 102 102 10J 102 10J 10JA 102 102A
A C Line LineBait 69 6900 161 l 1gt 1 157 157BaIt
Bait BaIt Ohio OhioPreferred 106 10600 10 106 103 1 105 ° L
10
Preferred PreferredCan Preferro PreferrodCan
Can Cln Pacific I ICent 1818 181800 H9 1471 14711 9
Cent ent of N J JChes 500 196 1961Z 11 194 1 193
Ches Ohio OhioC 108 10800 52 49 19 5031
C Alton AltonPreferred Alon 40 400 37 41 3 333 3 3031 6 I
Preferred PreferredC 400 0 S 51 S j so soGt SOC
C Gt Gt West AVestC est 63 6100 223k 21 211 1 1c 111 I
C c < N p W WC V h 15 1300 22 232V V 2 229 130 O OC
C M 1 St St P PC 405 40500 116 174 1744 175 175C I
C Term Tr TrPreferred 2 200 18 1S31 IHl 17
Preferred PreferredC 200 32 321A 3Pi n 3 to
C C C St L LColo 90 1100 99 993 9J 99 9S 9S
Colo Southern Southern1st 6400 64001st
640 2 2 Z
1st lst preferred preferred2d 57 57d 5711 2
2d d preferred preferredDel prefered preferedDel
Del Del Hudson HudsonDel 300 18 257 1S 5L 18 1S5
Del L 1 W WD V 200 3G 376 776 6 Y 3 37211
D DRG DRGPreferred R G GPreferred GPreferred
Preferred PreferredErie 300 S 57 86 86Erie 8S 8SErie
Erie Erie1st 4710 47100 43 4l 42 421st 42L 42L1st
1st preferred preferred2d pr < f rred 80 S900 78z 78 7 773k 4tf 7 77
2d 2 preferred preferredHocking preferre 30 3900 611 6iJ 6 W 6 65
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Ills 11 Central CentralIowa 122 12200 16 i6O 15 us 159 i59j r
Iowa Central CentralPreferred 500 2 2814 7i 73
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M 1 I K T 3700 30 28 nt 2S 2SPreferred 2511i S
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Mexico exlco pfd 200 3C 3 35 35N 3 361 363
N Y Central 26100 21 149 i493 347 347N 11 1S 1SN 148
N Y O W 6400 640 53 5 52 52Nor 52 52Nor 523
Nor N or 1 Western 8900 89 79 71 7534 7SVI 7SVIPreferred 78 7 7PrtQrred bIh bIhPreferred
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Pennsylvania B nnshania C4900 9 140 1 339 339P 1 13 39 I IP
P C C St St L 600 6 77 7 773 76 76Roading 7 7Randlng 773k
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5 1st preferred 500 92 9 81 913 91Y 91Y2d 9l
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Rock R ock Island Co 31800 30 30 29 29Preferred 21114 2i1VPreferred
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St S tLSF2d tLSF2dpreferred L S F 2d 2dpreferred d dpreferred
SS preferred 500 66 66 66 66St 65Y 65Mt
St S t L S W Y 3900 23 22 22Preferred 2Y 2YPreferred 34
Preferred 2300 02 61 61So 00 00So
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Preferred SCO 117 1111f 117 117So l1i l1iSo 117k 117ko
So S o Railway Ranwa u 100 32 31 31Preferred ½ n 31Preferred nPreferred
Preferred 000 96 95 95Texas 9 9Texas 9534 9534exas
Texas T TT exas Pacific 4600 34 44 343 38 38T 111 is 3111 3034St
T 1 St L W V 100 26V 36 36 36Preferred 36h 36 36Preferred
Preferred 1000 57 58V GI sliM 56YUnion
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Wabash 1500 21 21M 11f 20 20Preferred 6h 91f 2034Preferred 91fPreferred
Preferred 2500 43 4334 42 42W I 4234 4 I IW
W L E ICO 17 171i 17 17Wis l 17M 17 17lis
Wis lis Central 1200 21 2134 1 3 3Preferred 20 21 1 1Preferred
Preferred 1500 43 47 47Nor 47 47Nor 47Nor
Nor Pacific 2000 OOO 174 17434 171 171Adams 1 17134 1k 112 112Adams
Adams Ex ExAmerican Exmerican 246 246American
American A Bx BxUi ExU BiU
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WellsFargo Ex ExAmal ro 1140Amal romal
Amal mal Conner 165000 82V 79 79Am i9 SIA SIAAm
Am Car F 11100 37 87 87Preferred 36h 36hPreferred 334Preferred
Preferred lOCO 1 C 90 9034 99 99Am 9816 9816Am 9814Am
Am Cotton Oil 500 5OOU 3t 33 33Preferred l3M tJ4 tJ4Preferred 3VPreferred
Preferred PreferredAmerican 9 9American 94American
American Ice 100 100Preferred 5 5 5Preferred 534 534Preferred
Preferred 1000 3 3 3S 3SAm 3S 3SAm 3814
Am Linseed Oil 500 1S 1S3 17 17Preferred 1 I1 I1Preferred 17Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm 41 41Am 44Am
Am Locomo 507600 53 5314 4SY JS JSPreferred 4SH 4SHPreferred 4834Preferred
Preferred 1100 115 1154 114 114Am 11134 114 114Am 114Am
Am S R 5900 117 ll 114 114Preferred 1143k s 116 116Preferred 116Preferred
Preferred 4CO 122 12h 122 122Am 1 121 121Am n nAm
Am Sugar Re ReC > 10400 137 137 137Am 138 138Am 38 38Am
Am Tobac pfd pfdcertificates pt ptcertl pldcertificates
certificates certl nctt tes 4400 96 Wh 91 91Ana H 96 96Aua 96Aria
Ana Min Iin Co 1400 114 110 110Brooklyn 110 110Brooklyn 110Brooklyn
Brooklyn R T 21300 64 62 62Colo 6A 35 35Cob fI fIColo
Colo Cob F I 1 L 2S500 500 50 5OI 46 46Con 44 44Con 44Con ½
Con Gus 7700 7i 208 200k lkOO lkOOCorn 200 200Corn 2011 2011eorn
Corn Products 2400 400 13 1 13 ISPreferred J3A J3APrlffrretl 1334Preferred
Preferred 400 6214 2 61 61Distil 6l3 6 6 6Distil
Distil Secur S eur 7600 41 41 41Gen n 11Gemi
Gen Gt > II Electric J 1900 176 1761i ½ 373 373Intl Ji3ti 173 1j 173ntl
Intl I ntl Paper 13200 22 31 31Preferred 1 2134 2134Preferred 11f
Preferred < d 400 79 79 79Intl 7934 79 79Inti I934 I934ntl
Intl I ntl Pump PumpPreferred 31 31Preferred 3 3Preferred
Preferred 200 J3Vs S3 S3Natl SWs SQ SQNatl SONatI
Natl Lend 13300 13 10 45 4534 42 42Nor 4f34 431h 4334Nor I INor
Nor American 2000 102 10234 101 101Pacific lQl lQlPacifIc 101Pacific
Pacific Mall 3300 j1 4 40 39 39Peoples 40U 40UPeoples 4034Peoples
Peoples Gas 7500 105 1 1P ita 0 101 101P 101P
P Steel Car 1700 40 I0J4 40 40Preferred 41 39 39Preferred 39Preferred
Preferred 000 96 94 95 95Pull 9 9pun 9imPull
Pull Pal Car 300 239 23914 238 43334 238 238Republic 238Republic 238Republic
Republic Steel 6200 19 19 18 1834 19 19Preferred 19Preferred
Preferred 6800 75 72 72Rubber l lRubber 7334 7334Rubber
Rubber Goods 4900 31 316 29 2934 30 30Preferred JOt4 JOt4Preferred 30Preferred
Preferred 700 lOG 105 305 305Tenn 106Tenn 306Tena
Tenn C Iron 37300 88 SSl 86 86 86I SGlJ
IT I S Leather 200 11 1134 11 11 11Preferred 11Preferred 11Preferred
Preferred 108 308IT 108U 108U
U S Realty Reel 2300 90 OI SS S9 5 89 89U S9k S9kU
U S Rubber 2000 39 2934 3S JSz 3834 30 30Preferred 301 39Preferred
Preferred 5000 309 l00k 308 OS1t ½ 30SV6 30SV6IT 10Sh1J IOS4U
IT S Steel 124500 34 33 3334 34 34Preferred H1 H1Pref 3434Preferred
Preferred Pref rred 136700 13 700 100 99 99A U9 U9V 119w 119wV 9 9V
V C Chemical 3700 700 35 3514 34 343k H 34 3tPrMerred 34Preferred ½
Preferred 306 306Westing 10014 10014Vesting 10634Westing
Westing Elec Jo lec 000 173 l 3 372 17234 i 171 171Western 111Vel 171Westbrn
Western Vel rn Union 200 1101 I 93 93h 93 11334 9S 9STotal 9KTotal 93rotal
Total sales for the day da 1629100 shares sharesTreasury sharesTreasury
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Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementWashington
Washington 1ashln ton April 2S 28Todays Todays state statement statemeat ¬ i
ment of the treasury balances in the gen general genr general ¬
eral fund n exclusive e of the 150000000 gold goldreserve goldreserve
usJr Sheo1150r heo1150r > >
reserve r in the division S of redemption redemptionshows redemptionshows e pfi pfishows
shows Available A allable cash h balance 133299 133299S22
S22 gold 562776095 562776095Money 62776065Money I I IMoney
I II
Money Silver Etc EtcNew EtcNew EtcNew
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New York April 28 SMone 28Money Money on call callfirm callfirm
firm 2 2t < Ti8 per cent closing cosln bid 2 2Time 2Time I ITime
Time loans steady sixty days da s and andninety andninpty andninety
ninety days and six months 3 314 per cent centPrime centPrime centPrime
Prime mercantile paper 4fM 446 per cent centSterling centSterling centSterling
Sterling exchange firm closing steady steadywith steadywith steadywith
with actual business in bankers bl1nk ni bills at at4S6504S655 at4SE2iOi4S655
48650 4S6504S655 48655 for demand and at 48450fi O O484i >
48455 for sixtyday slxt da bills Posted > 1 rates rates4S5448S rn rates4SSSi385 tes
4S5448S 48 tJS5 and 487 4S34 Commercial bills bills484d484 bills4841j484
484d484 484d484Bar 484 4841j484Bar Aij 4 SHi4 SHi4Bkr
Bar silver 56 56Mexican 56MxicHn 56Mexican
Mexican dollars 44 44Goxernment 1H 1HGornment 1434 1434Government
Government bonds steady stead railroad railroadbonds railroadbonds railroadbonds
bonds heavy
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNew MarketsNew
New York April 23 2SYeaknoss Weakness in Lon London London London ¬
don where spot tin closed at C135 135 10s and andfutures andfutures andfutures
futures at E134 134 influenced the local mar market market marSket ¬
ket which closed at 30123037 for forspot forspot foxspot
spot spotCopper spotCopper
Copper was lower abroad closing at 265 2655s 65 6515s S
15s 5s for spot and at Coo 65 17s 6d for futures futuresLocally futuresLocally
Locally the market while quiet so far as asbusiness asbusiness albusiness I
business goes seems rather unsettled unsettledLeading unsettledLeading
Leading producers are not now asking askingmore allkingmorcthan 7
more morcthan than 1525 for lake and electrolytic electrolyticwhile electrolyticwhile electrolyticwhile
while there is still talk of some lake cop copper copper copper ¬
per being obtainable around 1487 148134 for forMay forIay foxI
May Iay shipment In a general way lake lakeand lakeand lakEand I
and electrolytic are quoted at 15001jl525 15001jl525and l 15EJEYgls2oand 00ij155 00ij155and
and casting at 1475 11 14754l50O 14754l50Obead < 1500 1500Lead 1500Lead
Lead unchanged > d tA5oft 445460 460 > in the local localmarket localmarket locamarket
market and at c12 12 lls 3d In London LondonSpelter LondonSpeller
Spelter also was unchanged in both bothmarkets bothmarkelH bottmarkets t
markets closing closln at 590 90 locally locall and at c 24 24in 2 2in t tIn
in London LondonIron LondonIron LondonIron
Iron closed at 54s Id in Glasgow and at at52s al alr2s
52s in Middlesboro The domestic situa situation situation sltuation ¬
tion shows little change but is perhaps perhapsa
a shade steadier in tone with wlthsome some pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers refusing to fully meet the recent recentdecline recentdecHne recentdecline
decline No 1 foundry northern 1725 1725ISOO
1800 No 2 2oundr foundry northern 16751750 16751750No 16i 16751750No 1750 1750No
No 1 foundry southern and No No1 1 foundry foundrysouthern foundosouthern foundrysouthern
southern soft at at 17251775 and No o 2 2foundry 2 2foundry 2foundry
foundry southern at 36751725 16751725Butter 16751723Butter 1 1Butter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNe EggsS
S New Ne York April 28 28Butter Butter unsettled unsettledStreet unsettledStreet
Street prices extra creamery 28 official officialprices officialprices officIalprices
prices creamery common to extra 23 23 23state
28 state dairy common to extra 2127 2127renovated 2127renovated 2127renovated
renovated common to extra 17C6 17jj 6 west western Voestern westem ¬
ern em imitation creamery common to extra extraLggsUnchianged
24626 24626Eggs 24
Eggs LggsUnchiangedChicago gsUnChanged gsUnChangedChicago Unchanged UnchangedChicago
Chicago April 28 28On On the produce ex exchange exchane cxchange ¬
change today toda the butter market was wassteady wassteady wassteady
steady Creameries 2025 z dairies 2024 2024Eggs 2024EgsSteady 4 4ECgsSteady
Eggs ECgsSteady Steady at mark cases included includedtras
14WlP14 143414 firsts 15 1534 prime firsts 16 ex extras cxtras
tras 17 17Y 17YCheese 1734CheeseWeak
Cheese CheeseWeak Weak V eak 34 34Coffee HCoffee 14Coffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew SugarNew
New York April 23 SCoffeeSpot Coffee Spot Rio Riosteady Riosteadj Riosteady
steady No 7 Invoice 7 mild steady steadyCordova steadyCordoa steadyCordova
Cordova 30 1 The market for coffee fu futures futures futures ¬
tures opened steady at an advance of 5 5 58
10 points and later sold up to a net gain gainof gainof gainof
of 10 to 15 points on moderate demand demandpromoted demandpromoted demandpromoted
promoted by bullish European cables cablessmall cablessmall cablessmall
small Brazilian receipts and predictions predictionsfor
for a bullish visible supply statement as asof asof asof
of May 1 Offerings were very light until untiljust untiljust untiljust
just before the close when there was wassome waSsome wnssome
some realizing attracted by the advance advanceof
of f about 34f1c 01c lc at the lowest and the mar market market market ¬
ket sold off 5 DOlnts on one or two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months but was finally steady steCldyat at a net netgain netgain netgain
gain of 10 j points > oints Sales were reported reportedof
of 45000 bags including May at S55860 S55860July 8 S55J60July 86O 86OJuly
July 675e 675tj6SO 6SO < > SO September 690700 69 < Oc October October October ¬
tober 705 November 715 December 72 72g730 72 >
g730 730 March 740 740Sugar 740SugarRaw 740SugarRaw
Sugar SugarRaw Raw nominal fair refining 4 4centrifugal 4centrifugal 4centrifugal
centrifugal 95tcst 9 test 4 molasses sugar
3 refined Quiet auietGRAIN QuietGRAI cuietGRAIN
GRAIN GRAI N AND AN D PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago
Chicago April 28 28Hlgher Higher prices at atLiverpool atLlvorpool atLiverpool
Liverpool had a strengthening effect on onthe onthe onthe
the wheat market here today Bullish Bullishsentiment Bullishsentiment Bullishsentiment
sentiment was augmented through reports reportsof
of damage by rust to fallsown wheat wheatIn
In Texas The market closed firm with withJuly withJuly withJuly
July up f h May is up i Corn shows showsa
a agpin gain of 34 Oats are practically un unchanged unchanged unchanged ¬
changed Provisions are down 2 21f to 20c 20cNotwithstanding 2OcNot1thstandJng 20cNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding a continuation of ex excellent excellent oxcellexit ¬
cellent weather conditions a degree of ofconfidence ofconfidence ofconfidence
confidence on the buying side of the thewheat thewheat thewheat
wheat market that had not been felt for forsome forsome forsome
some time tI er last was evident A part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bullish sentiment was attributed to tothe tothe tothe
the sceminff Indifference of holders of ofMay orMay ofMay
May the volume of trading in that op option option option ¬
tion being very light through the sea session scsslon seaaba ¬
aba Another nother factor was strength at atMinneapolis atlrllnneapolis atMinneapolis
Minneapolis resulting from a good cash cashdemand cashdemand cashdemand
demand Higher prices at Liverpool Liverpoolformed Liverpoolformed Liverpoolformed
formed a clincher In decisively establish establishing establishIng establishIng ¬
ing the dominance of bullish sentiment sentimentOn
On the other hand weather conditions conditionswere conditionsv
were v ro decidedly de < dedly unfavorable to a bullish bullishcampaign bullistmfljIflpaIgn
campaign ti aign Reports by a St Louis trade tradepaper tradep tralepdper
paper p por furnished encouragement to the thebears thEbea thebears
bears bea the claim being made that the yield Icld
o of winter wheat this year will be unusual unusually ¬
ly large The market was firm from the thestart thestart thestart
start Initial quotations on May were up upto upto upto
to 1 1 cent at 8S1fiiS9 88 July Jul was a shade shadelower shadelower shadeIpwer
lower tp t S cent higher at ST 82S3t15 2tS3 jS8 A Alittle Alittle
little profittaking < tn May M soon carried carriedthe carriedthe carriedthe
the price pr e of o Stay Mnyolown Tfiowh to SSbut O U but a quick quickrecovery Quickrecover quickrecovery
recovery recover soort followed After touching
S2 S2i S2S2 2 July gradually advanced and andfor andtor antifor
for tHe remainder remainder of c the day held within within with within ¬
in 83 and 83 83t One of the > leading lC > bulls bullswas bunwas bullsas
was w as credited with moderate purchases or orJuly orJul oruly
July Jul J uly option O tlon The market closed firm firmwith firmwith firmith
w with ith July at 83ff SSs3 S3ff4314 3 Final quotations quotationson
on o n May were at 88 ssi Clearances of wheat wheatand wheatand wheatndflour
and a ndflour flour were equal to 39900 bushels Ex Exports Exports Exorts ¬
ports p orts for the week according to Brad Bradstreets BrAdstreets Bradtreets
streets S were equal to 1260000 bushels bushelsPrimary bushelsrimary
Primary Prlmar P receipts were 317000 bushels bushelscompared bushelcompared bushelsompared
compared c with 133200 bushels a year ear ago agoMinneapolis ageinneapolis
M Duluth and Chicago roportert roportertreceipts rPOrtedeceipts
receipts r of 148 cars against 78 cars a ayear aear
year y ye yeg ear ago agoCorn agoCorn g
Corn r was as firm July opened a shade shadelower shadalower shadeower
lower l ower at a t 46 sold between 46fMS 46 fM4 and
46 4 6 and closed at 4 4646 W46 Local receipts receiptswere receiptsere
w were ere 156 cars with fIve of contract grade gradtoThe gradeThe
The oats market market was influenced largely largelyy argal argalb
by b y the firm tone of corn July opened openedunchanged openedunchanged openednchanged
unchanged u to lower at 282S S Js sold soldup soldUp soldp
up u p to 29 and closed at 2S29 ie9 Local re receipts re recelDts yeeiots ¬
ceipts c were 72 cars carsHeavy carsHeavy
Heavy liquidation of May Iay pork had a aweakening aweakening aweakening
weakening effect on the provision mar market market maret ¬
ket k et At the close July pprk was down downat
1 7344120 at 1205120 Ih Lard wasu vasu5 2 2at 234 234t
at a t 7127 7 72734 Ribs werfe wer off 5 cents at 767 767The f61 f61The m0714The
The leading futures ranges as follows followsWHEAT tollowsVHE followsWHEATNo
WHEAT WHEATNo VHE T No = o 2 2Open 2Opel 2Open
Open High High Low I Close CloseMay Close1a CloseMar
May 1a JjSS89 JjSSs9 189 89 rSSI4 rSSI4Jul ISS SS SS SSJuly SSour
July Jul J our jS2 iS2S3S3 IS31h IS2S2S3JtS3H IS2S2S3JtS3HSept 1S2S 1J 1JSept
Sept S ept 79 79J60 60 SO S014 Y 79 7934 iSO SOf SOftUttNNo SOSSS4 SOSSS4WitfNo S Mi MiLUitrv
LUitrv tUttNNo tUttNNoOpenHigh No 2 2I 2iOpenHlghI
I OpenHigh Open HighJ I Low fow I Cjose CloseMay CjoselI CJoseMay
May lI 45CH6 f t6 46 i6 405th 14 I 45 H l4uly fe feJuly
July J uly 116 46 W 14J 10ept 146 46 I11414i I11414iSept H8j46e4 H8j46e4Sept
Sept S ept 48 4tr 4 sr 146 146t 48iM61 14Sd6OATSNo 48iM61I 4 fj46 fj46OATSNo2
OATSNo2 OATSNo2Open 2 2I
I Open I High t Low 1 Close CloseMay CloseIa CloseEfii
May Ia 3 Efii I2S 12S tM 2S 128 128uly SS SSI s sJuly
I July J uly 12S 2S 2S2S29 S eS29 S 1Ss 2S s IS ISSept I3Siffi I3Siffiept 28 e9 e9Sept
Sept S ept 2S 2S14 2S3 I 2S J2S 12S 12834 S14 1S1l 1S1l1ESS I IMESS 23 23MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer Per barrel barrelppen barrel2pe barrelOpen
2pe ppen Open 1 llg Highi High 1 Low o 1 Close CloseMay CloseMay Ios
May lay lllSi 11187 11Si34 1118711 nS7 118734 IILT UT7O IlLTI 117234 117234uly
July Jul J uly Jl 1225 1225 1 1205 111 12 120134 120134LARDPer 7 7LARD
LARD LARDPer Per 100 pounds rioundsOpen poundsI oundsI
I Open I High I Low LowMay I Close Closelay CloseMay
May lay 1 7T 70234 2 705 700 I 706 706uly
July J uly 1 Z 722 72234 Z 722 72234 1 72 720 1 1k 722
Sept 1 737 31 737 735 735SHORT I ISHORT 73134 73134SHORT
SHORT RIBS RIBSPer Per 100 pounds poundsI poundsOpe poundsOnh1IjfLTciv
I Ope Open Onh1IjfLTciv High Low LowMay Lowj I Close CloseI CloseMay
May 1l j 6SO SCt I 6S2 68244 Sh I 675 675July I 677 677Cash 67714
July I 710 710Sept 10 410 703 ti i 757k 40th 40thSept
Sept 730 I I 7 7i 0 I 75 7i1f 7i1fCash 72714Cash
Cash Quotations were as follows
Flour FlourEas FlourEasrhNttNo FlourEasyWheatNo Easy EasyWheat
Wheat rhNttNo No 2 spring 9O53 > S No 0 3 5SI S3fe >
81 No 2 red 88 SS1w SS1wCornNo2 < i a aCorn
Corn CornNo2 No 2 47 No 2 yellow ello 47
Oats OatsNe No 2 29 234 9 No 2 white 31 lfI < K
No 3 white t 234J3134 fc8l fc8lRye J31 J31R
Rye R RyeNo > eNQ No 2 73 73Barley 73Bttrlyood 73BarleyGood
Barley Bttrlyood Good feeding 37 lfite fl9 fair to tochoice tochoke tochoice
choice malting 44gV47 44gV47Flax 44tt47Flax
Flax Seed SeedNo No 1 125 12534 No No1 1 northwest northwestern t tern ¬
ern 140 140Timothy 140Tlmoth 140Timothy
Timothy Tlmoth Seod SeoedPrime Prime 25M 25MMess 200les5 2110Mess
Mess Pork PorkPer Per bbl bbl Il7fte4175 1171WJ117LardPer
Lard LardPcr Per 100 lbs lb 702705Short 702705 7O2147O3Short
Short Ribs RibsSides Sides loose 662 6 662441liS734 687 S7 I IShort
Short Clear CI ClearSides rSldes Sides boxed G7S 6T44S714 jS7 Si1J
AVhlsky VhlskBasis Basis of high wines 123 128Clover 123CloverContract 123CloverContract
Clover CloverContract Contract grade 1350
I Rec I Ship ShipFlour Shipllour ShipFlour
Flour barrels barrelsWheat 14SW 1480011190 17900 17900Wheat 17
Wheat bushels bushelsCorn 170000 133WI
Corn bushels bushelsOats n ll 76500 OOOI13300 3473W
Oats bushels bushelsRye 126000 131400 131400Flour 1314110Rye
Rye bushels bushelsBarley 1 2
Barley Barle bushels = 149 495W Oil 11 11WJ 11WJPacific 11OtPacific < XW XWPacific
Pacific Coast Grain GrainSan GrainSaxi
I
San Francisco April 2S 5Wimeat Wheat
Stronger Strou er May Iay 14354 14 143 4 December < r 129 i29i
Barley Barlc BarleyEasy Easy May Iay 112 bid 113 1 asked
December 87 87LIVESTOCK S SLIVESTOCK S7LIVESTOCK
LIVESTOCK MARKETS MARKETSChicagoApril MARKETSChicago MARKETSChicago
ChicagoApril Chicago April 28 SCattleReceipts Cattle Receipts 1 I
500 Market steady Good to prime primesteers Irimesteers primesteers
steers 575fe640 poor to medium 430 430f 600 430601lstockers 600stockers 600 600stockers
stockers and feeders 275540 cows 275 iLl E
i5O 650 heifers 250575 canners 1502SO 1 O
bulls 24tVg 2ftt600 00 calves 250550 25O 50
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts today 18000 tomorrow
8000 Market 510c lower Mixed and
butchers 510620 51Qrt i O good to choice heavy I
520532 5 52O53234 531f rough heavy 475 4aCj 475515 il5 15 light
510535 bulk of sales 515625 515625Sheep 516 510525SheepReceipts Ej EjSheepRlctipts
Sheep SheepRlctipts Receipts 6000 Sheep and lambs lambssteady Iambssteady lambssteady
steady Good to choice wethers shorn shorn4i3gol5
4i3gol5 4ii l fair to choice mixed shorn 315 U
c450 450 western sheep 375 37541615 Tc 616 glg native i
lambs shorn 400g650 western lamb lambKansas
6901l7 69Off74O 69Off74OKansas w wanJ8s
Kansas anJ8s City it I ty April A pril 2S 2SCattieRecElpts Cattle Receipts
1500 fIk Market steady stead Native steers 425 4
t 1f50 < > oO native cows and heifers 324f stJ5tI5 3254t605stockers stJ5tI5stockers 6S 6Sstockers
stockers and feeders 300fi 300W100 > 490 bulls 275 iL754 7f fJI fJIIi >
475 calves 350fe 35tIl50 roil SO western fed steers
425fj625 western fed cows 3251i625 3251i625Hogs 3 323J625HogsReceipts 6 6HogsReceipts
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 5500 Market 5c lower
Bulk of sales 510520 heavy 515 fjI5Q5 5152934 22 22packers
packers 610i520 pigs and light 425f 425fShieep
517h
Shieep SheepReceipts Receipts 5000 Market weak weakwethers weak1uttons
Muttons 4 425675 75 Iambs 5JOj2 range rangewethers I Iwethers
wethers 475635 fed ewes 4254540 4254540South 4 425540South 46 46South
South Omaha April 28 28CattleRe 28CattleReceipts 28CattleReceipts Cattle Re Receipts ¬
ceipts 2500 Market 5c lower Native Nativesteers ative ativesteers I Isteers
steers 425e 42541625 62 25 cows and heifers 340ft rE
j 510 western steers 350500 canners 175 175I
I 8340 34 stockers and feeders 275fM 15Pt90 27541490Calves 15Pt90calves 90
1 calves 300600 bulls stags otc tc 250 250Hogs 2SOf 50
150 150
150HogsRec
Hogs HogsRec HogsReceipts Receipts ipts S200 S Market 5c lower
Heavy 507 5O73lS 15 mixed 5 5tJi1Jd61O 7V4i6K
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Chicago V l S46S8ttl 1S4558 1341 1341Boston 134 134BOton 1341Boeton
Boston 1S11742S8J 1511742S IIi 14 1411 1411Phnad 1441Philsde4phia i iPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phnad phla I 128212S8 1 21J 1S1 1S1St 1SISt 1S1St
St Louis l iS2Sa207i 18 082StJ207l 2741 2741Plttsbarg i iPlttsburh 2741Vittsburg
Plttsbarg 4 4S1l25711I 3M 3MSan 15 15San 1521 1521San
San Francisco FranciscoCincinnati nna Z1413I1 G GCincinnati S5 S5Cincinnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiBaltimore 1 6i7S 2377S53t SoJ SoJBaltimort 54Baltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreKansas h I1Sttl 31380301 s sl 02 02KansaS
Kansas l anSRs City Clt > 1 211S7147 2 14i 2S 2SNew 511 511ew 35SsNow
New ew Orleans 13G15078i 1361a11511 1 47 47Minneapolis I I1tin 47Minmmeapots
j Minneapolis 1tin leapoUs u 1B454521 161545211 4S 4S0 4S0Cleveland A ACleveland
I Cleveland Clet Iand > 1 IJ 130005351 W55S I16 165 165Louisville 163Loutsville 1 1LouisvIlle
Louisville ia12S3SW I IDetroit i iDEtrolt 0Detroit
Detroit JOOWMR Wolii 101SSat a4 14S 14SMilwaukee 1481 1481Iilwaukee 1481Mllwaukee
Milwaukee 93S7 S3S763 S1S 42S 42SOmaha ItII ItIIOmaha 4 4Omaha
Omaha I S 8if12l1 8if12l1Proldeace S0000S0 5S l 29 29Providence 2Z9Frovidemmce
Providence l 66S2H 5 > I SS SSLos 88Los S3Angeles
Los Angeles I 1 11as411 S412 4S 4Sttuffalo 4Suffalo 4S0 4S0Buffalo
Buffalo uffalo 1 1 60W2S5J 60W2S5JIndianapolis 61tS I It ItIndianapolis bIndianapolis
Indianapolis 53t25Slj 5 3U 24 24St 24St 24k 24kSt
St Paul u A I 5974S79J 3974 iS11 i illemphis 3 3Memphis 1 1Memphis
Memphis 1 f S9MS5S 399SOEI 5 5St i9 i9est iSL
est St Joeph I 41157111 4l1i7111 S9iSi4ij 92 92Richmond t tRichmond 3Richmond
Richmond I S508W1 5 OI 1 27S 27SDenver 17SIDenver 1SI 1SIDenver
Denver 1 SSSaT SSSaTColumbus 250 250Columbus I
Columbus 1 5a8na S0tt S0ttSeattle 5002505j Ot 27I 27ISeattle 71 71Seattle
Seattle 4377710f tii7710 SLS4 SLS4Washington 11 11Vashlngton 3184Washington
Washington u 1 4837SW I 2541 2541favannh 4 4Savannah
Savannah JOI7i4 3W1774 7S8lI26 7S8lI26avannah M4 M4Albany lAAlbany 24Albany
Albany 1 I 33 S S9 231 231Portland IlPortlan 231Portland
32 3203691 SM9 SM9Fort 347 347Fort
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Fort Worth 4115862 275 275Toledo 2iiiToledo 27m1 27m1Toledo
Toledo 0 3479527 34 I 2S1I 2S1IAtlanta S1Atlanta 231Atlanta
Atlanta 2S34SJ 38308231 4USi 8ItSSSALT 2 2SALT 355 355SALT
SALT LAKE CITY c 3200031 2 0 Wt 3S 317 317Rochester 307Rochester Tl TlRochester
Rochester 5356774 sttgi sttgiPeoria 3981Peoria sssPeoria
Peoria 28B7UJ l8iS4I111iI l8iS4I111iIHartford llsl llslHartford 110 110Hartford
Hartford 2 2621l 6 4 I S4 S4Nashville S1i S1iNashville
Nashville 2 243506I ft3 139t 371 371Spokane 311Sl1okAJI 3111Spokammo
Spokane < Wash 2MOW4J QO ° ° 1I 77 77Des 17Des
Des Moines 2 2511832 iioU USS2 211 211Tacoma 211Tacoma 11 11Tacoma
Tacoma 2851752 Sil1i > 4591 4591New 4D 4 4New
New Haven IS87JM9 61 61Grand 611 611Grand
Grand Rapids lS Sfle5 i iNorfolk
Norfolk l 1003l S5ag 39 39Dayton 39Dayton
Dayton Jt 5 lG75 16752101 l f 14Sf 14SfPortland 14S 14SPortland
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1GL17I 384 384Augusta
Springfield > i ruigiim ruigiimVugusta Mass
Augusta VugustaEvansville Ga i3347I OiLS OiLSEvansville
Evansville 1454219 3561 3561Sioux 336Sioux
Sioux City l 172SI i722S 3S9f 3S9fBirmingham 309 309BirmIngham
Birmingham l 1063IO B B7J 372 372Syracuse 312k
Syracuse 3 12507741 44 254 254Worcester 254Worcester
Worcester la 15ij531j rWlJ aOS aOSKnoxville 30SJ
Knoxville 1W047 i ° ° 1il 7i 7iChaMeston l
ChaMeston S C 1699840 j000S40I 71 71T 1 1Wilmington I
T i oe < r 7 1ST 1STWichita 151 151Wichita
Wilmington Del 15069121
Wichita 30S116SI 18 18Wllkesbarre 13Wilkesbarre
Wllkesbarre 94S79SI 128 128Davenport 128Davenport
Davenport 7842871 78429734 78429734Little 34 34Little
Little Rock 98Sa 565307 7 87 87Topeka 57Topeka
Topeka 1W9WI 315 315Chattanooga 313Chattanooga
Chattanooga SSSi 835ClOi tj 355 355Jacksonville
Jacksonville Flit 16WK31 241 241Kalamazoo 211Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo Mich MichSpringfield S29T2 241I 241ISpringfield
Springfield Ills IllsFall 74Stiaej 41 41Fall
Fall River RiverWheeling 7531I 7531IWheeling
Wheeling W Va TR 7192551 7192551Macon 7 7Siscon
Macon 39S422 398122Helena 673 673Helena
Helena 3S7 3875021 62 27X 27XLexington 27 27Lexington
Lexington KJ1427 244 244Akron 214Akron
Akron 461 4613001 4613001Canton 91 91Canton
Canton O S SFargo S32Et0ij 3161 3161Fargo
Fargo N D 424S3I 3371 3371Youngstown 337kToungatowa
Youngstown SW15 0061331 4J 4JNew 4 4New
New Bedford i 55e 335s14 Mi 371J 371JRockford 571 571Rockford
Rockford Ills 1 4809M W6 W6Lowell 101Lowell
Lowell l 441SHI 24 24Chester
Chester Pa 1 60 0005081 S88 252 252Binghamton 2521 2521Binghamton
Binghamton aSeMM 249J 24S 24SBloomington
Bloomington Ills L 359214 120 120Springfield 120Springfield
Springfield O 446777 444 444Greensburg 44IGreensburg
Greensburg Pa 4622681 42 26 163 163Quincy 163Quiner
Quincy Ills 34164S1 3416461e 21 21Decatur 31Decatur
Decatur ills illsSioux 310207 315 315Sioux
Sioux Falls S D DJacksonxille 7j7f ldS ldSJacksonville
Jacksonville lila 1 219seij 2198011 230 230Mansfield 230Mansfield
Mansfield O I i 2832811 283 Sl 826 826Fremont 020Fremont
Fremont Neb L U23T2J 701 701Cedar
Cedar Rapids r 473306 61J 61 6141OUStOii
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Galveston 1 3 103O7IOj 30700 I 505 505Total 505TotalS
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Outside N Y j 9151771061 167 167CANADA 167CANtDA
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Inc Inc4Dec Inc4DecMontreal Dec
Montreal 5 17728421 17728435185 SW
Toronto 141443a6ilOil 1414l356 101 101mInnipeg
Winnipeg 44I664 440664f 1 32
Ottawa 3SOel72 1281
Halifax 32153SSJ 22 235
Vancouver B C 14BS9W1 871 37E3
Quebec I 1433853 12 io
Hamilton lQS2 I1 l 82
St John N B 7587j 176
London Ont 7SSM9 7S531 43
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One fare for the round trip Tickets Ticketsgood Ticketsgood
good for return until May 10th See Seeagents Seeagents
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by the increased transfers thither if ifsilver tfsilver
silver dollars and subsidiary silver by bythe bythe
the treasury crop prospects being well wellmaintained se1imaintained
maintained despite excessive cold in a afew i ifew
few sections Railroad earnings for forApril forApril
April thus far exceed the same peru pontI pontIlast i ilast
last year by 107 per cent while foreign foreigncommerce foreigneornnmeree
commerce at this port for the last weekshows week weekshows
shows a gain of 3834447 in value of ofmerchandise Citmerchandise
merchandise imported and an inereas inereasof inereaof
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the United States against 202 2 last year yearand
and fifteen in Canada compared with withsixteen withsixteen
sixteen a year ago agoBradstrcets
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regularity still characterizes distribut distributive distributlye ¬
lye trade while Industry is active arid aridoutdoor aridoutdoor
outdoor construction is oC unprecedent unprecedented ¬
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and with the one conspicuous exception exceptionof
of Chicago where the teamsters strike strikeaffects strikeaffects
affects trade and shipments disputes disputesare
are below the average for May 1 1Prices 1Prices
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and unsetttled and cereals cotton cottonsome cottonsome
some kinds of pig iron copper and andcountry andcountry
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