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T THE SALT LAKE L HERALD THURSDAY TLRSDAAGtST AUGUST 3 1905 19O
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MINES TT AND ANOMINING MINING ST STOCKS a KS FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Ii J
LARGE PARTY OF OFINVESTORS OFINVESTORS OFINVESTORS
INVESTORS HERE HERECome
Come to Inspect the Properties of
the Consolidated Jefferson Co CoCUT CoCUT CoCUT
CUT LOOSE AT DEEP CREEK CREEKWESTERN CREEKWESTERN CREEKWESTERN
WESTERN PACIFIC PCIFICMNJNG PACI FC MINING COM COMPANY COMPANY COMPANY ¬
PANY LETS CONTRACT CONTRACTA CONTRACTlage
A large lage party 1arty of investors and dnd share shareholders ¬
blder b holders lders in the Consolidated Consoldated Jefferson JeffersonMining JeferZOflMin1rg efferon efferonMlnlr1
Mining Mlnlr1 company companybetween between twentyflvo twentyflvoaid twentyrve twentyrverd
aid rd thirty of them tbemreached reached the city ciy yes yesterday yestErday yesterday ¬
terday and will wil leave leave for a trip to the thecompanys theompays theompanys
companys ompays mines at at the mouth of Lit Little Llttl Littie ¬
tie tl Cottonwood Cotonwood canyon this morning rornlng The Thevisitors Thchlltor Thehittors
visitors hlltor the greater geater portion 1orUon of whom hall hallfrom ballfrom lal lalI
from 1rlm Chicago Chico are ae being taken care of ofby Ofby
I by 1 Nicholas NIchola Sohmlttroth Sohmlttoth and ad A A W Wlileman WLleman I II
I lileman Llema and ad their stay In the city cty Is Isbelpff ISi isbe1J2
i belpff bep3 be1J2 made a pleasant pJeaant one The car car carrying carl carTying ¬
1 1train
Tying Ting the party party arrived on the belated
l train from the te north during the after afternoon ¬
ater aterI
I noon 100n and after ater luncheon a trip to the theI
I lake was wa made made madeI
I While hle little Utto news has ha been coming comln from trm
I the 1lo Consolidated l onsoldated Jefferson Jelferon properties proertes re recently reunty reffltly ¬
cently unty It is known kow that development developmentw
I w rtc has ha been progressing proAesslng steadily steadiy and andthat andtlut andthit
that a good god force oC ot men have been em employed omIyed ¬
ployed Iyed Since the property fell Into Intostrong Intostrong intot
t strong hands a year rear or so ago agsyste agsystematt syste systematic systei ¬
i matic matt work has been ben pushed along with wlthtut lh lhut
I cut ut any ay delay or talk onthe on he part of tho thomanagement thomnagement themanagement
management mnagement RiCh ore has ha been b on shipped 8hlppedI
I from some of the around moundnow now embraced
I la the companys < s territory teriory and ad th the early rly
development d elopmont Indicated that depth alone alonowas alonewa alonewas
was wa all al that would be required to t open opena
i a vriuable dublc mine mineTUNNEL minetUNNEL mineI
I
TUNNEL CONTRACT LET LETr LETWestern LETWetern LETWestern I
Western Wetern Pacific Company to Cut CutLoose CutLoosc CutLoose
Loose at Deep Creek CreekThe Crek CrekThe CreekThe
The management maneent of the Western Pa Pacifl PaI Paeifi
cifl I I Mining company which was organ organized organI ¬
orgn orgnized
I ized In this city ciy a a week wek or two ago for fortho forI
I tho ho purpose of operating operatng a promising promisingproperty promlsilg promlsilgriSjta promisingproperty
property In the Deep Creek country c t tof yes yesterday yestcrday ¬
riSjta dDie dDieo
terday awarded a a contract o < t tc for 200 20d feet feetof feeti
i of tunneling and work will wil commence commenceJust commencejust commencek
k Just as a quick as a supplies supple can cn be moved movedon
on 01 to t the ground groundThe groundThe roundc
The property of this company is lo locxted I loC
cxted c C tted rJo Iri the xy xys southwestern s Jth t mPDao portion lo loI lothQ Of Ofth ofthe
r th the j c Clifton Ulon district distrct and enough work work3ias workas workhas
has as already alead been done to show the pros prospective prospethro prosptctlvo ¬
pective value of the te ground The tun tunnel tunel tun1e1 ¬
nel el whih which Is now to be driven will wl open opena
t a arga shoot of rich ore carrying gold goldsilver goldflver goldsilver
silver flver lead and ad copper cpper at a a depth or ofbetween orbetween orbetween
between 400 40 and 500 5 feet teo and when it I Is Isreached Isr isreacied
reached r < ace the expectation expectton is that a ship shipping shippIng shipI ¬
I ping proposition proposlton will wJ be shown shownReports shownReport shownReports
Reports Report from the te Deep Dep Creek section sectionindicate secton sectonindiAte sectionindicate
indicate indiAte that a great deal of work is isgoing isGoing isgoing
going on and that property owners are arcbanking arebanking
banking upon the construction constructon of tht thWestern thtW thtWestern >
Western W 5ten Pacific Pactlc railroad rairoad during durng the next nexttwelve nexttwehe nexttwelve
twelve twehe months The declaration deolaraton Is also alsomade alsomade alsomade
made that when dirt begins to fly fy on onthis on1hls onthis
this end of the line a boom boomwU will be bestarted bestarted bestarted
started that will wil eclipse eclpse anything that thatNevada thatJevada thatNevada
Nevada Jevada has witnessed winessed Prospectors Prspetors min miners mlnfr mnera ¬
ers fr mining engineers enJlners and newspapers newspapershave newspapersave newspapershave
have ave been extolling etolng the the riches of th thDeep thIeep thDeep >
Deep Ieep Creek Crek country countr for twenty years yearsand yearsand er
and there has ha never been be n a statement statementfrom statementfrom statementfrom
from anyone ayone able and competent cmpetent to judge judgethat judgethat judgethat
that has not been to the effect that it itis I itI
I is one of tho richest mineral regions rc ion8 in inthe Inthe inthe
the country countryWILL countn countnWILL countryWILL
WILL ADD CYANIDING CYANIDINGHolderman CYANIDINGHolderman CYANIDINGHolderman
Holderman Process Proces to Be Applied Appled to toThunder toThunder o oThunder
Thunder Mountain Ore OreManager OrennagEr OreManager
Manager nnagEr R R W Purdum of the Belle Bolleof Bole Boleof Belleof
of Thunder Mountain Mining
Mountall llnlng company companyhrrs compny companylrn
hrrs 115 received celve a telegram tele m from F F T F FLovcjoy FLvjoy F FLvejoy
Lovcjoy the president to proceed with without wlh wlhcut withcut ¬
cut delay dela to get estimates estmate on a cyanide cyanideplant cralide cralideplat cyanidepiant
plant plat for the Sunnyside mine on which whichIt whihI
4 It I has been ben demonstrated de0nstrated that a stamp stampmill stamlmil stampnull
the values the theNampa theNampa theNampa
mill mil cannot canot save vaues says sys
Nampa LeaderHerald LaderHerald In n his Ils message messageMr messse messse1r messageMr
Mr 1r LoveJoy LOljoy said sid that he was not sur surprised surprised surprised ¬
prised at the result resul of the mill mi test testA tet testA
A E Custer Custe representing representng the Holder Holderman Holderman Holderman ¬
man Kilter FlIlr Tank company of Salt Sal Lake Lakewas Lakeas Lakewas
was as In town yesterday and Mr 11r Pur Purdum Purdum Purdum ¬
dum made arrangements arrnnJement with Ith him to totest totst totCst
test the ore which will wi be sent to Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLuke
Lake today or tomorrow If I this test is isfavorable IStaorble isfavorable
favorable taorble arrangements arrngement will w1 be made to topl tott togt
pl a cyanide plant In as soon as pos possble poeeble
tt ps pssble
sble this fall fallAUSTIN fanAUSTIN fallAUSTIN
AUSTIN TO THE FRONT
After Years of Undisturbed Slumber SlumberIt
tlumber tlumberIt
H It Is Picking Up UpAfter UpAfer UpAfter
After Afer remaining Idle for a number of oftas ofyears
7 years ears tas it i is now an assured asured fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Clifton Curon tunnel Union mine and mines minesat mine
at Yankee Blade will wi be opened up and andv ando andrk
o v Tk rk resumed resume on an extensive scale scalewithin sCIt scaleithin
within thln ithin the next thirty thlrl days days says sys the theTistln theA theAustin
> Austin Tistln Reveille Reveie Such Is the glad gla and andwelcome andwflcome andt
t welcome wflcome Jstn tidings tdings brought by W V H I Ed Kdtvards Edards EdI
I nards ards who has ha returned r turned to Austin Austn from tromp
ji z business busines trip to New York City Ciy and andl anl andMr I
C < l Iao IaoMr aso asoMr i
Mr Edwards Edwads says that tat as soon as a the theKi thel tImeiurporation
Ki orporatlon l papers have been drawn drawnand drawnmd drawnand
and ororaton made of record recrd that work will wJI be beinmenced bemmence beC
< inmenced on the Clifton Clfton tunnel Union Unionr UnionJTno
r JTno 3 mmence ne and the te Hardy Bndy mine mIne In Marshall Marshallc 1lashaJ
c ryin yn On and in the te near ne future at Yan Yankt Yank Yankc
kt k Blade He estimates estmte thut ho may mayjKssibly ma maIKgSib1y mayjcssby
jKssibly have work commenced by the themllll themildl therr111
mllll of July uly but within the next thir thirtv thlrIav tliirav5
tv iTavs Iav av5 sure ure and it Is safe to tl predict predict1Iut preict preict1ht predictthere
1Iut there will wII be in the neighborhood neighborhoodct neighborhoodSEfltfve I
ct < t stAtntyflve SEfltfve men employed emvloye about the thedifferent thedHCcrnt thedicferrnt
different workings WOlklnK three months hence henceA len lenA
A working workint capital tpital of oOQOOft o has b ben benpacP been beenpard en enp
p pard acpd In Jn the treasury trtasur as the members membersci member
pacP ci the company OIpan realize reaUzt that It will wi take takeB tke tkeI
amount of money moue to retimber retimberthe
B I large larJ amont moneS t rotmber rotmberthe
the old workings that have been lying lyinglillr IlngilI lyingitll
lillr for years yers but they thc are satisfied satisfiedthat ststleu ststleuthat satisfiedthat
that ilI Mother Moter Earth will wf yield up to them themenough themoough themenough
oough enough of her silver sler and golden stores storesto store storesVm I
to reimburse them for the outlay outa1 and andadd ad adadd andadd
add more to their present 1reent wealth wealthPLACERS weaUb weaUbP1ACERS wealthPLACERS
PLACERS P1ACERS LOOK GOOD GOODSalmon GOODSalmon GOODSalmon
Salmon River Deposits Expected to toBeat toBeat toBeat
Beat the World WorldL
L I C Cook one of the well wel known min minors mlnC mm mmera ¬
ors of the Salmon Slm l River country cuntr and andCaptaln andtPll andaptain
Captaln C W M I Crandall the placer king kingf
< f tPll Idaho o are r IG Grangervllle G nng ll hevl visitors t11 t11k this thisw
w k says the Grangervllle Standard Standardlluy Stndard Stndard11y Standardlimcy
lluy report rport a 8 fine fne placer strike on Craw Crawford Crawford Crawfrrd ¬
ford creek ceek al about > ut threequarters threquarters of a airMe 1 arelic
relic mt above Luclle Iucle The propert pro pert yls owned ownedl ownfd ownfdby ownedby
l by y Henry Henr RIcke and Mike Ike Myers Iyen Worked Workedbv Workedb Yorkedby
bv b primitive primitv methods It I is paying an anaverage anavrge anaverage
average avrge of 58 8 per pe luy y per pfr man manThe manThf manThe
The two tWI men believe beleve that the Salmon Salmonriver Salmonr Salmonriver
river r will be the t greatest t producer of ofplacer ofpacer
dbin bin bint lm srt srtave
placer r gold d In the United States They Theyiave Theyrave
rave ave sold and sent some of the almost almostchemically almosthemlclY almostchemicallY
chemically pure gold from their section sectionto ecUonto
to hemlclY various vaIous parts part of the world up as tS far faras faras faras
as Klondike where whee It may ma have ap appeared appeare apvared ¬
peared Kondlke as port pat of the local locl output They Theybelieve Theybleve Theybelieve
peare believe that tht the golden possibilities posflbltes of ofthe otthe ofthe
the bleve Salmon river rvor have not been fairly fairlyscratched falrl fairlyscratched
scratched lCratched and that when the resources resourcesare reource8 reource8ate resourcesare
are fully developed deeloped there ther will wi be more morecold moreold moregold
cold old fuly than one could culd dream drem of Both are areextensive areetCnSlVe I Ie
and do not notspeak notspeak
extensive careful operators
e tnsive creful operator
speak spea at random randomMINING rndom rndomMINING randomj I
MINING STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGELower EXCHANGELower EXCHANGEf
j
f Lower Mammoth Recovers Sharply in ina ina ina
a Very Dull Dul Market MarketAside MarketA MarketAside
+ Aside A ldo from frm the t10 trading trdin in Lower Lowerf Mam Mammoth Memmoth m mmoth ¬
moth very little was doing oinS on the mining minlngesterday miningexrhafl
exrhn cr ° yesterday ltte Y AU told 10H 10St shares sharesof harf harfof
vetc
of stock with a seln selling value ot 33S7 33S7banged S
hn banged stok ell hads bands Lwer Lower M1motl Mammoth which whichIoe whichloed
loed tuesday at c wn wa started off at atJ ate
Ioe and Tesdnv It sfodlh steadily advance advanced from the thert thefirt
e
firt J rt sale I to the finish when It had hadhi hadhinged
hinged sne hands at 21 Z3 Te The strength of ofthe oftime
the hi stock e esterday cterda was wa entirely enUrI at va vathe varlan varianee
with the weakness displayed on onNew onTesdY onTuesday
rlan rianee t wth and RS there has b beezj tI no re rert rerta
TesdY Tuesday an the property for several days daystho daysio
io rt rta from Ia propert drawn that severl tim slump slumpha slumphad
tho inferone Inference to I jusUty drwn it New ttc York Yorkmed Yorkmoved
nothing It
ha had nothn 5Zc th 4e while Carisa Carisawent
from Sc whie
moved t
up fom 5
Shield voId
med Silver
went ent Off Ie fm from 1S4mC Siver sld
at 23 z c and ad for or 300 Victoria VICtoria 010 5210 was waspaid wa waspaid
lag paid paid Otherwise there thlre was nothing nothlni do
lngrFollowing Following Folowing is II the list ltt of final fnl quotations quotationsand quotatons quotatonsand quotationsrecordof
and record recordof of sales sIde made madeTIor41 madoBid
TIor41 f or < n9pn Atonon Afternoon AfternoonI i I
t Bid J IA IApkedH Asked ke Bid lAskeo lAskeoAJax IAkel fASke70
Ic 40 70 70B 11
AJax a J Vi 0 j 13fc 13 1 15 II 11 14 15 15COk
BJ3eok B COk 3 L5 1 150 15 II 125 125ISM l lC 12
C Carls rls 1 iT ISM lSkiI 16 IS
Creole CreoleCon C o 23 S 25 is isCon
Con Con Mercur f rcur I 53 69 6 II 54 5 CO 6 60Daly
Daly h 215 II lCO 1WDaly 150Daly
Daly Judge 600 60 700 J II 695 6 6Dnly
Daly West ret1 1S IS0 1300 0 0E 1412 l412SJ 1300 130H 130HE 14U 14J2E ½
E B B 1 J JS S SG 200 20 I 109 10 160G
G Central 250 250Galonu r 5O 30 300 300 300Galona 3tOGalona
Galona GalonaHoj j OCVfe O 0
Hor Hom Silvur SIul 160 15 200 O 15 150 20 200 200Little
Little JtJe Ball Bel 40 40L 6 5 40 40L 0
L Mammoth 27 27Mammoth Z 2 3 l4 31 31Mammoth 1
Mammoth lalmot1 f 110 110May 11 50 50May
May Day 07 0 4 C JT O 07 0K 0KOntario
Ontario Onario 235 235Pelro 5 275 7 i25 25 25Petro 25Petro
Petro Petrooecofl3 OT OTRoccoH
RoccoH RoccoHSliver RoeQH oecofl3 a S s t 45 45lver 4cSilver
Sliver lver King 5109 5109Sacramento L < 50 9 50 5100 575 750 750Sacramento
Sacramento Sfamol 07 10 0 10 10Slver 10Silver
Silver Slver Shield 22W 22WStar 24 I i I
Star Con 0716 0 il0 07 10 10Swansea 10Swi
Swansea Swi imsea j j 381 381S 411 1 5 5S
S Swansea SwanseaSunshine 4 < 07 11 4 0 0212ig OSUfll1lne 03 0T 0TSunshine
Sunshine SunshineU SUfll1lne 4 u Ol I r
U S S Mining 1lnhl S325 32 2 t I 36 3350 zL25 zL25Ptah
Utah SO SOUncle 46 46 46lncle
1
Uncle Sum Stn 40Vtt 40VttVictoria IU 41I W 41 41Vitria 411k
Victoria Vitria 2ff O > 1 1Boston 212ig 21 200 200SBO L OO 21Q 21QBoto 210Boston
Boston Boto n Con siz Xl fe SBO S6 If 812 I 8r SP SP10
ButlerL ButlerLBeck ButerL O 10 1 ll 03 1 11 11Beck
Beck Bek Tunnel Q < fi fiCentury 11 o 0S 0SCentury
Century entur lnelI I 07 07lnBot ffTI u j1 11 1 1ngot 15 15Ingot
Ingot ngot ivy 1 0 Ol4s Ol OlJoe 01Ioc
Joe Bowers BowersLUlle 01 1 02 02Olfc 9 0iLittle
Little Lite Chief Chle 01 01Mar Olfc on o1 o1Mar 02 02i 02Neyada OJ
Mar Wa Wash Washcew 1
1ar WHh
NewYork cew ew iIK uik X XTetro f i 01 51tM tl 5 54 5407w I
Tetro TetroVictor Tetr 1 1 i m 07w m 113m 113mVictor l
Victor Ct CtWubash Cq tn 4 0 I 41 0Kpf 0 043 043RIJes1I
Wubash WubashYankee uOh RIJes1I I 1 1Mi 1110 Ii 1iO 150 150Yanke j 1r I
Yankee YHlke Conj Conj3 Cozi 11S 3I 35 h i Zt ZtDalton
Dalton Dilton DaltonEmerald 7 7Emorald 01
Emerald 1 W UO4f W4 ig igRAn i iR
R RAn Ana An f fWhite 0 05 05White I
White hUe Rock K J 1 Ai Aie 4s 4sz
= = z
Nevada e d Stocks StocksGoldfield SoCksGldfl 4 4Goidfieid
Goldfield Gldfl ld1 Bo 1304 1304Jun f fJim = 1 0
Jim Im Butler ButlerMTono Uuttr 7 Th i 70 t 7 76 76dTono
MTono 1tTono j 2S 2SMaciiamara 29 tM Im 5 I i 5 30 30 30Macnarnara
Maciiamara MacnarnaraTonolinm cnamarl 3K1 3K1Tononoli 1
Tononoli Tonopq r 1900 1900TomrsBeI 1 > j 14JO lS 14 10ti I i
TomrsBeI Tonel 106 106TonoBJx 1 i 125 1 I 10 105 1 125 125Tomio1ix
TonoBJx ouo Ex 425 425TonoMW S 690 6 I 4 45 I 5 550 550lonoMkI
TonoMW J 140 J 160 160Forenoon tVJ I313 10 10Forenoon 155 155Forenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesOpen Salescatla SalesZ4 j
catla t
JAW S Z4 f fUllc 06e 0 0OYc
Ullc Aa1moth OYc 11 u l C 10 100 100Open
1 Open Board BoardLower BoardLower
Lower Mammoth Mammot l Wf38V4c UI UINew llltJ1J4cNew < Wf38V4cNew
New York YorkShiver SW SWSllver c cSlver
Shiver Slver YQrkI Shield ShieldShares Shie d S 05c 05cShares e
Shares sold 4000 4000Selling 40 4000Selling
Selling Selng v vlu value luo < 31060 31060Afternoon 311 311Afe 1O60 1O60Afternoon
Afternoon Afe noon Sales SalesLower SalesI SalesLower
Lower I er Mammoth MammothOpen lummoh 1 100Jt0c 00f9c e c i W0 W0J
J l 1diJ1c lc 53c 53cOpen I
CO GO c
Open Board BoardCarisa BoardCaris Boardarisa 1
Carisa Caris 50n 5it4J7Vc l7Vtc l c CX rdl17e > 17e 7 seller sl > r SO S80 S80Lmver Wiivlcc
iivlcc l c S4iO1e S4iO1eLower l lopr
< Lower opr ManVmoth Mammoth Ianlnoth leoCSfc leoCSfc32V4c 1 1t4c 1t4ctj324c c 1
tj324c 32V4c seller J O KKKidT IOCiih7e v l lSo 1UO tjc 5W 5WZ3c
t IC ler lero lerl0 l0 10
So i uyor UO iiy 3C 3 EuOHtSc EuOHtScNew r 50o4cNew o >
New 1w York aWwWc aWwWcVictoria te teVictoria l
Victoria V Ie t 0 aBOS aflhlpLi1L aflhlpLi1LShares 16 16Shares
Shares Sh > res r sold Ild 6809 6809Selling 6st 6stSelling
Selling lng valie 68 24WS7 24WS7Boston 2W37Boston W8 W8Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdventuro StocksAdventure
Adventure 600 60 Mohawk l MohawkAllouez hawk 53Ml 53MlAllouez f0
Allouez 3060 W tI C C CAmalg 275 275Amalgi 2 2g
Mf
Alouez Amalgi S40 Old g Dom i S76 S76Amer4 v vAmeri
Ameri ZInc J e 1000 g Osceola OsceolaAtiantla e eAthUt pl42 pl42AtlRHtie
AtlRHtie 1 13 li5iPnrrot li5iPnrrotllingham 3 < Parrot 2e0 2e0Bingham 1
AthUt Bingham ham 3125 U Quincy 104W 10UJ 10400H000
7 Bn H H000 68000 600 Shannon 7325 7325Centennial 7 7325ientennlal
Centennial tntennlal 2350 r Tamarack lmarack 12300 12300op 1 12300Range 0
975 975Daly 975Daly
op Range 7136 Trinity lrlnlty 97
Daly D81 Vest 1100 IO U 1 Copper Cappel 3312 3312Dom 31 31Dom 5312w 5312wflonm I
Dom Coal oaI 7700 70 U S M f 3w 3wFrankln 3375 3375rranklin S
Franklin 1280 lil U l S Oil 1037 1037Granby 1037Granby 1o31Granbv
Frankln Granby 725 Utah 4ooO 4ooOlaleRoyale 465 4550Ile
laleRoyale 1 Ile le Ro Royale Ie 226 50 Valeria Vl t rla 40U 40UMH 4UI
MH Mas S Mill 1 n I 025 9 Wjnoiui 1200 1200Mich 120 I
Such MIlh 1425 1 Wolverine 11SOO 11SOOSan 180 180San 11800San
San Francisco Fra cis Mining Stocks StocksAlpha StocksAIlha StocksAlpha
Alpha AIlha Con ConAndes 06 0 Hale Hall Nor Norisu NorisuAndes 181
Andes AndesBelcher ndes 16 Justice Justice17Mexican Justce JustceBelcler AW AWBelcher
Belcher BelcherBest Belcler u 17Mexican 1 1fxlcn 13 130 130Best
Best B BBullion u 139 13 Occidental cldental Con ContOOnhir 8 87 87Bullion
Bullion BullionCaledonia Bulon 4 40 tOOnhir 011r Ohir 70 700 700Caledonia
Caledonia CaledoniaClml 48 4 Overman 16 16Chul 16Vlml
Clml Con ConChollar 23 Potosi 1 1ChoHar 12 12Chollar
Chollar ChollarConfidence 17 Savage SavageConfidence 68 68Confidence
Confidence ConfidenceC 93 Sag Belcher Belcher190Sierra ot 01C
C C V VCrown V10lSierrn 190Sierra Nov NovCrown 37 37Crown I
Crown Point PointExchequer 12 Silver Siver Hill Hi 93 93Exchequer 93Exchequer
Exchequer ExchequerG 53 Union Con ConISUtah ConG 42 42G
G G ISUtah 18 Utah Con ConNew ConNew 07 07New
New York Mining Stocks StocksAdams StocksAtla StocksAdams
Adams Atla 1 Con ConAlice 20Little ILItUe Chief Chief63Ontario 0 0c 05 05Alice
Alice AliceBreece Ontario 53 oo ooBreece
t tBrun
Breece BreeceBruns c 40 I Phoenix r
Bruns Brun Con ConCom 15 Potosl PotoslOT 1D 1DCom 10Coin
Com Tunirol TunirolC Tttnih3l umrl OT o UIltaVagO UIltaVagOC savage VHge
C C c Sc V VHorn V12SISIerra 125 12 Sierra Sira Nav NavL75 3
Horn Silver SilverIron L75 17 L7SISnmalI Small Smal Hopes HopesS HOIC Hopesiron 01
Lead Iron Silver SilverLead Siver Con S 540tiuuiurd 49 Standard tandard 1 135 135Lead
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonJames BostonJallS BostonJames
James JallS A Pollock Polac Co o bankers bnen and andurota andlHokn and15okre
lHokn 15okre urota ra y yesterday Aterday t terday received reeived over their theirprivate theirprhate theirprivate
private wlr wire from P PHIlP Fatima ine Webber ehher Co Coone Coone Coone
one i ue if t their tlElr Boston Rm ton correspondents corre < pondent the there thereQrd thereori1
re reQrd or l of wiles Ie of if Utah stocks stek on 01 the theB theBlttor theBOstOn
B Blttor BOstOn tori market with wih range and ad cloaiag cloaiagqtiotutiunc clOig clOigQuotaHotu clesimlgquotatiomia
qtiotutiunc quotatiomiaiheiton qtiotutiuncii
Htttuu iheiton > ii Aug 2 2 There continued contnued to l lH lHa bea > e eH
a yowl gOI demand for Allouez louez and United UnitedSlate Unite UnitedStates
Slate Stntf Mining ining while whie Copper OIJpr Range Ultlge was wastradeil wastrlE1 weetraded
traded trlE1 in 11 rather heavily Illy around 7IJ4 ny fl AI AIthnttxh AIUlotlgh Although
though al an of the tle stoclos stoc seemed semed to be besupplied besuppileti
supplied tfpltd from frOn rOn one oe source Olre the buying byin > is isnil Isry Isvery
very ry good ld and we a advise v It itS 1Hlrcha piirche on onI oilall
nil I notiwioHS l lo North JU lute Butte tt sold oJd above aboveSHIPS ahoveQlotattM
1 QitotatIO9s
QlotattM QitotatIO9sSeles SHIPS SM I N Op High H J1 Low Close ClosCin Cloe CloseIbstoim
nt Ibstoim eon 2M3 i S SS4 S SIllughein I
Hh1Jhnn Illughein Jl 5 U I i5 1 3t5 31i SiisCr
Cin Mcrcur McrcurJDnly 1 LiH Sb f 53 dJJ dJJrth 3J 3JIly
JDnly te V t tVUin 14 11 1 Ii ii iiUtih
VUin 95 14 14U
i U rt r M 34 4t 4tAlIij 1 1lul
AlIij lul a 2Th 51 1 1TonopahGoldfcld e eTonopahGoduieid
TonopahGoldfield TonopahGoldfcld Stocks Stockste StocksJauie
J Jauie an te A ApoJnk Pollock Co furnish I lie lieten h hJnfll hefIlujimg
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Ophlr 07 7 7Opiledonla u7M 7 7Caledonia
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Tintic TinticGround TinticGround Ground Changes Ownership OwnershipJravo Ownership7rovo
Jravo 100 Aug A 2 2 2A A mining deed from rom M 11Warner Idir
Av Warner oC if Salt Salth1tk IMtk City tu L C
Irttrj tuIiOn on of Eureka has been placed on onrecord UI1record mU mUrecorti
record in the county ount recorders office
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In the t e North N r Tlntlc mining mi lng district dlstriqtTWOBIG diBtrl districtTWO t tTWO
TWOBIG TWO BIG CONTRACTS CONTRACTSOgden CONTRACTSOgden CONTRACTSOgden
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Ogden Company to t Do Workkjor Wor g rN < New NewSmelter NewSmelter w wSmelter
Smelter at Garfield GarfieldiSpecial GarficlchSpecial GarfieldSpecial
Special to TheHerald TheHeraldOgden ThQ Th Herald HeraldOgd HeraldOgden
Ogden Ogd Aug 2Two 2Tw TwQ big contracts c ntr cts grow growstructed growng growng
ng out of the plant which lfJto 1 to e be con constructed constructed
structed near n r Garfield by the American n
Smelting 8 Refining company were signed
today too tooday day the Utah Construction company of oCgden
Ogden being > ing the contractor In one case
the work to be done Is for the smelter smelterpeople smelterpeople smelterpeople
people ard a la I the other for the Rio
Grande Western The first contract Is
for the excavation leveling and similar similari sltnJlarWQJk slIlarwork
i work for the bulldincs of the smelting smeltingtracks smlltinpJant smelt1wplant
plant also the construction ot raJlroaa rallroal
tracks at the place and nd In its Immediato immediatevicinity Immediatovtclnlty ImmediatoSiClnity
vicinity for or the handling of the smelter
traffic There are about eleven eeven milesof miles of
trackage trdCk8fc to be constructed and a further furtherIdea
Idea of 0 tho magnitude n1a J1itude of 1 the plant may
be had from the fact that ope of tuo tuobuildings
buildings will require excavation to the theamount thoamount theamount
amount of 134000 cubic yards arcs An esti estimate estimate estimate ¬
mate of the amount of material to be bemoved bemoved bemoved
moved places the total between betw en 400000 and
500000 cubic yards yardsThe yardsThe yardsThe
The contract with the Rio Grande com company company cornpuny ¬
pany Is for the construction of a branch branchline branchline branchline
line from Bingham to this nfew n V smelting smeltingplant smeltingplant smeltingplant
plant a distance of about seventeen seventeenmiles seve2iteinmiles n nmUes
miles Work on both contracts Is to be bestarted bestarted bestarted
started at once and tho construction construetlol11sto Is Isto isto
to be prosecuted as rapidly as possible possibleOre wsslbleOre possibleOre
Ore and Bullion BullionOre Bullionnnd BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements in this city cityyesterday cityesterdu cityyesterday
yesterday esterdu as reported by McCornick j
Co amounted to 178900 as a follows SH SHv 511vor
v Vel r load lo d gold and COPPQ ores 40200
base bullion bUIl OIJ3S JJ3S700 25T00 25T00Metal OO OOM j jMetal
Metal M I Market MarketSilver lI1ark MarketSilver t tSilver
Silver 59Hc c oar ounce ounce
Copper custh casting 14 14e c per pound
Lead In ore 350 350 New York 1566 566 per
160 pounds OJJnd9t
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V Mining Minizg Mini gNote gNoteC Notes NotesC
C T Mixer the mining engineer has hasreturned hasreturned hasreturned
returned from a trip to some of the prop properties properties propertles ¬
erties at the Park ParkGeorge ParkGeorge
George H Robinson went out to Bing ¬
ham yesterday for the purpose of looking lookingovor JooklngOVor lookingover
ovor the Tampa Yam a smelter smelterJack 8nelterJack smelterJack
Jack Royer of the Lucky Dutchman Dutchmanproperty DutchmanProperty I Iproperty
property at Crescent left for Denver on ona ona ona
a short business trip last night nightThe nightThe
The Pioneer sampler yesterday reported reportedtho
the th receipt of three ears of ore from fromBingham fromBingham fromBimigham
Bingham two from Alta one from Tlntic Tlnticand I1ntlcand Tinticand
and one from Nevada NevadaManager NwadaManager NevadaManager
Manager John Dern of the Lower Mam Mammoth Mammoth Mammoth ¬
moth and Uncle Sam left for Ttntlc last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night to Inspect those minesand mines and note the theprogress theprosress theprogress
progress of development in the new ore orebodies orebodies I
bodies bodiesAdvices bodiesAdvlcts bodiesAdvices
Advices from the mine aro to the the effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that the new doMblecomportment shaft shaftoir shaftOIL shaftOIL
OIL the Hannapah companys property In InNevada InNovnda InNevada
Nevada has attained a depth dep h of 175 feet feetGood featGoOd feetGood
Good progress Is being made madeArrivals madeArrhals madeArrivals
Arrivals from the southern country are arepredicting arepredicting arepredIcting
predicting a a lively boom In the Good GoodeSprings GoodtIprins
eSprings rj mining n district Jc during r the com comyected cornlag
lag all 11 and wInter I Tile curnD fm fmeI5co eI5co eI5coIJ is ex exiihcted
yected IJ ted to divide attention with the Cres Crescent Crescent CresCent ¬
cent district districtManager districtManagor I IIanagol
Manager Henry M Crowther of the
ContinentolAlta properties pro ertles has hn gone to tocamp toJt tocamp
camp to remain i three or tour days The Theconcentration Theconcentration
Jt 1 iththC ththC ththCeOUJtd eOUJtd rr
concentration of r the ores of the I mine minecnrrylnB1 minecurrying I Icurrylng
currying molybdenum Js i now occupying occupying11r
Mr Crowthers Cz wther6 attention and big results resultsare resultsare resultsare
are confidently confjdentJ expected expectedF
F P Gridley went to Tinllc last l st even evening evning evening ¬
ing to make an inspection of the Joe JoeBowers JoeBowers JoeBowers
Bowers and several other properties In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he is more or less interested It Itis ItIs itis
is understood that some favorable devel developments devolopments developments ¬
opments are aretaklns taking place In tho Joe Bow Bowers Bowers Bowj Bowjera ¬
ers but Mr r Gridley said ho did not care careto careto careto
to say anything previous to seeing the theproperty theproperty theliroperty
property propertyH
H W V Home the well known known mining miningengineer miningengln mimmingenginoer
engineer engln er and surveyor returned from a atrip atrip atrip
trip of Inspection to some of the Tinutic Tinuticproperties TlnutlcproPertl Tinuticproperties
properties yesterday mornltig He stopped stoppedoff
off in Provo on his way back from camp campand campand
and got his name on the registration n lists listsfor 1I 1IH listsfor
1 fg t
for the reservation fl land dreN drawing He HeHoys HeSalS
Hoys H S the business is handle handlml by a snappy
lot of clerks and that It Is not long that thata
a person has to wait to transact his busi business business bustitess ¬
ness nessa
nessJoe
Joe Henshaw suffered suffered from an acute acuteattack actteattack
f of g
attack a of asthma when rl1 leaving a the e eoffice post postoffice postoffice
office building yesterday morning and andfriends andfrlentkf andfrIent
friends who were to his assistance on the theinstant theInstatlt theinstant
instant were alarmed alnrm > d considerably The Theservices Thesorvices Theservices
services of a physician were necessary necessarybefore necessarybefOre necessarybefore
before he could be carried from tho side sldCrwaJk sldcwwk sidewalk
walk to his offices in the th same building buildingBy buildingBy buildInBy
By 1 oclock he was able to so to his hishomo hJshome hishome
home in a carriage and during tho after afternoon afternoon afterihOOn ¬
noon he was reported as feeling much muchbetter muohbetter muchbetter
better betterLida betterLfda betterLida
Lida Nov Enterprise A sensational sensationalassay s u3aUonala58a ziational ziationalassay
assay a58a resulted from a e etlm sample mole le of talc talcwhich talcwhich talcwhich
which was brought in from Gold Moun Mountain MounlIdn Mountam ¬
tain tam recently rCentJ by Tom Collins A fire test testshowed testshowed testshowed
showed the presence of 104 1 < ounces gold to tothe tothe tothe
the ton and samples from twelve inches inchesof
of quartz < uartz lying next to the talc contained containedten co talned talnedtell
ten ounces of o the yellow elloV metal The Theproperty Thoproporty ThepiOLierty
property lies four our mllos from Sand SandSpnngs SandSpnngs SandSprings
Spnngs Mr lr Collins was so quiet about abouthis abouthis aboutlila
his errand to town and Its results r uJts that thatbut thatbutfew thatbut
but butfew few i JJetsons > ersons learned of the rich values valuescontained valuescontjlined valuescontained
contained in his mine mineHarry mlnHarry mmiiHarry
Harry B Cole accompanied by Mrs MrsCole MrsColo MrsCole
Cole came in from Portland and other otherpoints othorlolnt otherlOlfltg
points in the northwest J1orthw t yesterday after afternoon att afternoon r rnoon ¬
noon After going to Los Angeles AnJ > cles Mr MrCole MrCole MrCole
Cole met his wife Ife at Shasta Springs Springswhere Springswhere Springswhere
where she had been swournins for hot horhealth hothealth lovhealth
health As she had not improved much muchit
it was decided to go on up the coast and andtake andtake andtake
take in the exposition The joiirnay joiirnayproved jotirusyproved I
proved a delightful dell ht ul and beneficial one to toMrs toins toMrs
Mrs Cole Mr Cole Colestatos states that he met metA metA metA
A c Reese in Portland where he has hasoponed hasOHned hasOpened
Opened offices for former Civil Engineer EngineerV
V ii C 2 Kelsey who has some large con contracts contraets ¬ 1 1tlBcts
tracts in the northwestern country countryHardles countryHardles countryHardies
Hardles Ulntah R Reservation servatlon Town Township TownshIp Township ¬
ship map and guide 15 1Gccnts cents coin at atbook atbook atbook
book storey store storeaor or 314 So 2d West WeetSi WeetSiJ St StJ StGIll
GIll GIllJ
J OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERStock
Stock Broker BrokerTel BrokerTel w w1e1
Tel Bell 792 161 S Main St StCHANGED StCHANGE StV StCHANGE
V CHANGED CHANGE IN 1NBANK 1NBANKHeberMWeils BANK BANKHeber BANKfieberM
Heber fieberM HeberMWeils M Wells Succeeds S H Lynch LynchWith LynchWith LynchWith
With UtahfSavings Ut hjSavirigs Trust TrustHeber V VIleber
Heber M l1VeJls Wells lInk h t succeeded Steph Stephen ¬
en H Lynch resigned as Secretary Secretaryund secretaryuud secretaryamid
und manager > f the Utah Savings SavingsTrust SavingsTrust SavingsTrust
Trust company When Thefl Mr Lynch first firstintimated firstJntlmated firStintimated
intimated to the directors this spring
that he proposed devoting his atten attention attention attention ¬
tion in the future to other interests interestsit
it was understood that exGovernor exGovernorWells exGovernorVeJls exGovernorWells
Wells would be his successor successorThe successorThe successorThe
The change ch lnge was affective orr QUve Tuesday TUes < l lAugust
August 1 although Mr Wells Ve1f does not nottake nottake nottake
take actual charge until un 1l the first of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the coming week Mr Lynch ynch states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that he Is not yet ready to announce announceIlls announceJilt announcelila
Ills plans for the future futureREAL V Vl VREAL
0 0REAL
l
REAL ESTATE TRANSFE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSL S V
L 1 K Sprague to C K 1 Bunnell lot lotII
1 block 1 Hunters sub subIrene 1000 1000Irene IQttOIrene
Irene Lee Nichols to George L Al Alley AIle A Aley ¬
ley le lot 6 block 115 plat A 1 1Win 1W 1Win
Win W n Craig to Kennbce MiningCol MiningColclaims r1fl1lngOoclaims MipingQoclaims
claims Big Cottonwood 4 l lWHHairf 1rlllant iWfllIanl
WHHairf rlllant W V Rivers to San Pedro PedroL
L 1 A A S L R R Co lo 0 land lrn l in inictlon IntfOIt inhlpeton
ictlon hlpeton tfOIt 3 township 1 south range r nge <
Fwest 1 west v v > 800 SCOWestern 800Vestrn 800Western
Western Loan Savings Co to M MA MA L 1 1A
A Taldmo lot 24 t block 4 New
England add addJ dd 565 565J Z65J
J A Fritsch et al to Esther Wolf Wolflot Wolrlot Wolflot
lot 1 block 1 Watkins add i 600 600Catherine 600Cutherlne 600Catherine
Catherine E Hauxhurst to toVm toVmB Wm WmB WmB
B Oliver lot 16 block IS plat platA platA
A A 1030 1030PORTLAND 1000PORTLAND 1050PORTLAND
PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineSalt LineSalt
Salt Lake to Portland and return
direct 31GO 31GObait 3160a1t 3150nail
bait a1t Lake to Pomand HIIU An return returnone nlumone IIIUZIIone
one way ltY via San Francisco 4250
Salt Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
one way via Los Angeles J 50BO 50BOTickets 5050Tiketh D6DTlckeLc
Tickets to Portland and return di direct direct direct ¬
rect on sale daily from May lIay24 24 to Sept Septj
10 io inclusive Tickets reading one way
via 180 San Francisco or LosAugeJes Los Augees on onI n nsale
j sale August 7 8 9 10 11 1213 12 13 14 4 15 16
J17 I 1 17 18 30 31 31 All tickets R009vfbr goo o0foitop o0foitopovers tor stop
overs and limited to t ninety nnetydaysfrom daysfrom
d djtte nteof of sal salq AddtUona AddthonaIsllng 1 J1t ng das
for tickets vJ la San F Fptuciiseo licI a Q e11 Z Zfloe
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STOCKS TEND TENDTO TENDTO TENDV
V TO FLUCTUATE FLUCTUATEConflict
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Conflict of Parties on few New York YorkExchange YorkExchange YorkExchange
Exchange ExchangeLABOR ExchangeI V VLABOR
I
LABOR OUTLOOK IS STEADYt STEADY STEADYPITTSBURG STEADYPITTSBURG
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PITTSBURG ITT BURGCOAL COAL STOCKS REGIS REGISTER REGISTER REGISTER ¬
TER A ABREAK ABREAKNew BREAK BREAKNew BREAKNew
New York Aug 2 ZStocks Stocks showed a aconstantly aconstantly aconstantly
constantly fluctuating tendency today todaywhich toda todawhlcb todaywhich
which wasdue was due apparently apI > arentl to a conflict conflictI oon lct lct10f
I 10f of speculative parties more than to con conflicting Co CoI LOUI ¬
I flicting forces in the developments of ofthe oftho ofthe
the day da Groups of stocks which might mightbe
be subject to a common influence from fromone fromone fromone
one cause were affected from time to totime to totime totime
time but the possible causcs for the thomovements themovements themovements
movements were obscure Thiswas ThIs was no notably nOtably flOtably ¬
tably true of stocks of companies deal dealing dealInJ dealing ¬
ing with the treatment of metals and andore andor andore
ore or Smelting National Lead Federal FederalMining FederalMining FederalVlIning
Mining Smelting and United States StatesReduction StatesReductron StatesReduction
Reduction showed a notable concord in inmovement inmovement inmovement
movement Rumors have long been beenprevalent beenprevalent beenprevalent
prevalent of a consolidation of interests interestsin
in this field of Ind industrials strlals but no im immediate immediate 11mmmediate ¬
mediate news was forthcoming on the theSubject thesubject
Subject today The coalers as h a group groupmade groupmade groupmade
made up another instance of such a amovement amovement aniovement
movement The high pricedclosely held heldmembers beldmembers heldmembers
members of the group which move wide widely widely widely ¬
ly on slight provocation from quite small smallcauses smallcauses
causes led this movement Delaware DelawareLackawanne DelawareLncltnwallne DelawareLackawanne
Lackawanne Western extending Its Itsbrilliant Itsbrilliant itsbrilliant
brilliant record of new high levels up upto upto tipto
to 438 A feeling of safety in the la labor labor inbor ¬
bor outlook In the coal mining JI1lninglndustry JI1lninglndustryhas industry industryhas industryhas
has been induced by b the harmony of olSentiment ofaenUment ofsentiment
Sentiment oil the subject shown in re recently recently recently ¬
cently published news coming comln from thehEad the thehead thehead
head of the mine workers and from one oneof oneoJ oneof
of the chief executives of the anthracite anthracitecompanies anthracttelompanles anthracitecompanies
companies The monthly advance on onAug onAug onAug
Aug 1 in the price of anthracite is ac accompanied 3 3companied aceompanIed < ¬
companied by very confident predictions predictionsfrom predictionsfrom predictionsfrom
from trade authorities as to the volume volumeof
of requirements for the coming year at atSuch atthe attIme I
the years maximum prices scheduled scheduledSuch scheduledSuch
Such occasional strong points in the day das dasmarkEt n nmarket amarket
market served partly but not entirely entirelyto entlrelto
to overcome weakness which was quite quitegeneral quitegeneral quitegeneral
general at one period of the day and andwhich andwblch andwhich
which maintained a spotty showing in inthe inthe inthe
the later market A harder tone and a aslight aslight
slight advance in the call loan market marketspring marketspring marketspring I I
spring wheat market damage reports and andthe andthe andthe
the yellow fever teverquaranUnes quarantines were the theprofessed theprofessed theprofessed
professed grounds groundsfor for tho selling An Aneffort Aneffort Aneffort
effort to attribute attrib t V the selling to tno tnoaccount thoaccount tiloaccount
account of a veteran professional opera operator operator operator ¬
tor with great prestige as a leader lea er of ofbear orbear ofbear
bear campaigns in the past made some someimpression someImpression someImpression
impression on sentiment but with a mix mixture mixture mixtare ¬
ture of o suspicion of manipulative shares sharesThe sharesThe sharesThe
The Plttsburg coal stocks broke vio violently vloJenth yb yblently ¬
lently as a result of the financial state statement statm statement > ¬
ment m > nt published today toda showing results for forsix fatslx forsix
six months of operation The rebound reboundwas reboundWliS
was oven > en more violent and indicated an anurgent anurgtnt anurgent
urgent requirement from an oversold oversoldshort oversoldshort oversoldshort
short interest Great Northern preferred preferredand
and Northern Pacific sold off on insig insignificant InslgnlClcant machgnificant ¬
nificant transactions supposedly by rea reason rcason ¬
son of the telegraphers t strike The June Juneearnings Juneearnings Juneearnings
earnings of Pennsylvania and Illinois IllinoisCentral IlUnolsCentral IllinoIsCentral
Central showed J1n an expansion in operat operating operating operatIng ¬
ing expenses larger than the growth in ingross Ingross Ingross
gross earnings with resulting disappoint disappointing ¬
ing results in the portion available for fordistribution tordistribution fordistribution
distribution The price of copper under underwent underwent underwent ¬
went a sharp reaction In London The Thecasing Theeasing Th Theasing
easing of o the London money market with withthe withtheV Ith Iththe
the theVmonth month turn was checked by b with withdrawals withdrawals withdrawals ¬
drawals by the Japanese government governmentThe
The heavy tone recurred in the later latermarket latermarket latermarket
market and the closing was easy easydemand eas easBonds easyBonds
Bonds were firm on a wen dlverslfed dlverslfedl diversifeddemand
demand l Total sales par value 2714 214ijnited 7H 7HOOO
000 000United United nltd States bonds bO1 S were unchanged unchangedon unChllnsedon
on can callV
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Cuba Cubofis fis certs107 Do conv 4s123 8
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Amer C F L000 000 37 36t nfiW 385 36
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Amer Cotton Oil 5334 2i 29
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Amer L L Oil OilPreferred 17
Preferred Pref rred 40
Amer Loco 2300 4D ½ 48 4SV 4SU 48 4ii3
Preferred 100 112 112 111
Amer S R 54500 126 124 125 2
Preferred 1000 123 12S 1 122
Amer S SRef SRefcart Ref ZVW 143 142 1 142
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cert 200 37 97 961 96
Anaconda M Co 500 116 115W l1 4 115ti 1l51r
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Atlantic C Line 2COO 00 362 1260 3CO IK
B 0 11600 115 113 IJrrh 114Vi 114
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C i Nw 5600 215 l5 4 213 214 2113 2113M
C M SL t P 13100 1801s l80 ½ 179 1i9s 179 179C
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C C C St L 400t 490 99 4 99 wI 5 4
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1st Preferred 200 62 62 61 612nd 612nd
2nd Preferred 400 33 39 t 3a 33Y > 4
Con Gas 191
Corn Products 1900 10 10
Corn Products 1900 10 10 9
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D Hudson 3100 195 193 394 91
D L W V 2000 OOO 438 425 4 423 1
D DRG R G Go 3H4 31
Preferred 100 85 811h 86 861h SG 6
Ds Securities 200 42Vi C 424 42 42
Erie 28800 46 4Ti 41 4 > 7 4R 4R1st 412
1st Preferred 3400 84 83 83 832nd 834 332nd
2nd Preferred 2300 74V 74 73 73t 71
Gel Electric 100 179 179 ITS 1
Hocking Valley V KS
111 Central 1400171 1400 I 111 170 170 170nt
Int nt Paper jgu jguPreferred ISVPreferred
Preferred Preferredmt 73
Int Pump 2y 27
Preferred 1 t IIowa SO
Iowa Central COO 2SVi 28 27 2i 28
Preferred 100 53 53 53 531V
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Manhattan L 200 166 166 166
1 Met Securities V 300 87 8U 81 81 811et
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M St stL L V 300 35 63 6313 63 63 63a 53t 53tId
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Missouri Pao 4800 4800M 1002 100 ½ 992h 913 ½ iou iouMKV
M MKV K kT T 100 100Preferred 2821 28 23 s sPreterred 23Preferred
Preferred PreferredNatlopal PreterredNaUopal PreferredNatlopal
Natlopal Lead 8700 8700N 48 4ilf 47 6 6N 6N
N R R R of M MPreferred IdPreferred I IPrcterred
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N Y O W V SOOO SOOON OOO b3 as > 15 D14
N W V 1100 1100Preferred 86 85 S5 S5Preferred 85Preferred I
Preferred PreferredI 9J 9JN
I N Nd American 1100 1100Pacific 100 9312 92 9J1f 99 99Pacific ½
Pacific Mall 200 200I 4 42 tt 42i 4i
I Pennsylvania Penn6 lvanla 1D200 1D200Peoples 1900 11 143 ltY 142 1 1People 142 142Peoples ½ I
Peoples s Gas 1700 1700P 106 10 1052f 105 105PCCStL ½
P Pe PCCStL 1 C St L L 75 75P 75P
1 P Steel Car 3200 3200Preferred 3 43 134 4 3 3Preferred 4 1 1Preferred
Preferred 1000 1000PulL 96os 96 95 96 96PulL 96Pull
PulL Pal Car CarReading 238 238Readln 238Reading
Reading Readln 33500 335001st 10 103Y 103 lUt lUt1st 104let
1st Preferred Preferred2nd 3 32pd
2nd Preferred 100 100Rep 91 9llh 91 91 91Rep 91Rep
Rep Steel lCOO lCOOPreferred 21 20 OJA 20Y 20 20Preferred
Preferred 2700 2700Rock 83 S s sRock 83Rock I
Rock I Co 3100 3100l 31 U 3U 3t1 3t1R 3IIPreferred
Preferred 200 76 76 76 76Rubber
l 1 Rubber R t irr irrOdi Goods GoodsPreferred Odi 34 34PrOferred I IPr
Preferred PreferredSt Pr f rred 11H 104St I
St S Lv LSF LSF9nd S F F2nd
Sntp 2nd ntp Preferred re COO COOSti GOO W 60 6S 68 tlSl tlSlSh I ISK
Sti L Sw 700 700Preferred 21 21Preferred 23 23 23Preferred
Preferred 100 100S 1m 60 60 60S 60 60S
S Pacific 2900 2900Preferred 6I 64 11a 644 644Preferred bWiPreferred
Preferred 200 200S 118 8 1171f1 117 1li 1liS 1l7tS
S Railway 25800 25SOOPreferred 3t 33 If 316 316Preferred 34 34Preferred
Preferred 100 100T 9S2h 93i 98 9SJA 9SJAT SS SST
T C 61 I 4600 4600T 8914 39 88 89 89T 89T
T pacific 3 3T roo il0 331h i 33 334 334T l3 l3T
T St L W 100 100Preferred l00lS 33 38 IT74 IT74Precrred 37 37Preferred
Preferred 300 300Union 57 57t Z7 57 57Union 57Union
Union Pacific 7GWO 7GWOPreferred 130 130 1211 129 J 29 29Preferred
Preferred PreferredUw IS ISUol
Uw S Express ExpressU 1 1U 122 122U
U S Realty calt 00 00U 90U
U S Rubber 3500 3500Preferred 5 51 5 5Preferred 52 52Preferred
Preferred 300 300TJ 109 109 10JIf 10JIfU 109 109U ½
U S Steel 19900 35 34 a 3t 3tPreferred 31Preferred
f Preferred 14800 14800V 10M 103 l03 k 103 103Vp 103V ½
V C Chemical I 500 500Preferred 34 31 33 33Preferred
Vp Preferred r r 200 200Wabash 1 106 I 106 i iWabash 06 06Wabash
Wabash 100 100Preferred 19 19 19 19Proferred 9 9Pr
Preferred PreferredVelIs Pr ferred 19 19Vells n nel1s
VelIs el1s Fargo V Ex ExWest EcWest 20 20Vest
West Electric ElectricWest c 168 168Wet 133West
West Union 100 100W 9 93 93 lf41f lf41fV 94 94v
W V i E EWis IG IGWlsCentral 16WlsCinmfrnl
Wis WlsCentral Central 100 100Preferred 23 23Y 23YPreterred 33i4Preferred
Preferred PreferredN ti1 ti1No
N P 300 300Cent 201 on OI 203 203Cent 203Cent
Cent Loo IIGu 200 200Preferred 44 43 43 43Preferred I IPref
Preferred Pref rred 400 400GRAIN IM 104 M lOt lOtGRAIN 104GRAIN
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISrONShICt4o PROVISIONShi
Chicago hi go Aug 2 2The The firm undertone in inthe Inthe hathe
the wh wheat d market mark t developed late in tho thosession thoslSslon thesession
session At the th opening sentiment was wasinclined wasincllne wasincline4
inclined 1 to eariahness With the excep exception exception excepthin ¬
tion of a spasmodic advance in the first firstfew firstfew firstfew
few minutes the market was under con consitjerale conslQeral conShierale
sitjerale selling pressure until noon Inl Inltlal Initial
tlal quotations on Se Setemebr = > temebr were a ashade ashade ashade
shade to t B < fUc e lower at 84 to S4 A Abrisk AbrJsk Abrisk
brisk demand d mand from commission houses housescaused housesaau5ed housescaued
caused a sudden spurt to S465 Prices Priceshowever Pricesslumped Priceshowever
however slumped off of again as quickly as asthey asthey asthey
they had risen The cause qf the brisk briskupturn brlsltupturn briskupturn
upturn was a prediction of rain tonight in inMinnesota InMinnesota litMInnesota
Minnesota Pit traders were In gen general genoral ¬
eral influenced by a decline In the theprice theprice theprice
price of wheat at atLierpool t Liverpool The weak weakness weakne5o weaknem ¬
ness ne5o nem of for foreign iprT markets It J kas as claimed claimedwa
wa due to more hopeful prospects for r an anaverage unavur anaVaMge
average avur gty oroD of wheat in Russia An Another Another Another ¬
other Influence that had a depressing ef effect effect offeet ¬
fect on the themar themaricet market et was tho Improved tone toneof toneor toneof
of dispatches disD tches from the northwest tell telling teHIng telllng ¬
ing of the condition of the thern thernspring spring sown sowncrop sowncrop sostTLcrop
crop Although A1tho gh damage reports were re received reeived received ¬
ceived a large number of advices claimed claimedthat claimedthat claimedthat
that the crop was In good condition For ForSeptember ForSe ForSe9tember
September Se > tember the lowest point of the day daywas daywas daywaa
was reached at S5e lc During Durln the final finalhour finalhour finalhour
hour of trading sentiment became quite quitebullish quitebullish quitebullish
bullish and the market rallied ralliedto to nearly nearlythe nearlythe nearlythe
the top prices of the day News from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the southwest was more favorable to the thebulls thebuJls thebulls
bulls Receipts today toda at Kansas City and andSt arulSt andSt
St Louis were smaller than for the cor corresponding corresponding correspondingday ¬
responding respondingday day daya a year ago The market marketclosed marketclosed marketclosed
closed firm with September at S4jgSic S4jgSicClearances IMG84eClearances SW34CClearances
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal equalto
to 158000 bushels bw > hels Primary receipts were
1347000 bushels compared with 845000 845000bushels 8J5OOObushels 545000bushels
bushels bushelsSmall bushelsSmall bushelsSmall
Small receipts notwithstanding the com comparatively comparaUcl cornparattvcly ¬ I
paratively high prices bid for or the grain grainin
in the country was the source of a re remarkable rcmarkable remark ¬
markable mark blo degree of strength displayed dlspla ed In Inthe Inth Inth
the th t corn market The close was strong strongwith strongwith strongwith
with prices at the highest point of the theday theda theday
day da September opened ½ to W c chigher Chl ehigher
higher hl her at 52 ri to 52 5274 sold up to 53 and andclosed andc1 andclosed
closed c1 ed at the best bc 1t fisrure fisrureReports floreReports uiureReports
Reports of an excellent export demand demandhaa demandhad demandhad
had d strengthening effect on the oats oatsmusket oatsmarkat oatsVmalket
musket The 1h < market closed almost at atthe atth atthe
the th highest point of the day da September Septemberopened Septemberop0ned ptembcrop
opened op ncd higher at 27 sold between 27 27and 27and 25and
and 2SU 28 3 closing at 28 28Provisions 28Provisions 28Provii0ns
Provisions were largely firm in sym sympathy sympath sympathy ¬
pathy with a 5 to lOc advance in the price pricoof priceof priceof
of live hogs September pork closed 2 2up 211 211up 2up
up at t 1350 Lard up P 51f716 5ff7 37 at 742 742i 7421h 7421hRibs 742Ribs
i Ribs were ere a a shade higher at S15S17 S15S17The 815S1712 815S1712Ihe 8lf4j17The
The leadinsr futures ranged as follows followsWHEAT tollowsL tollowsWHEA followsWHEATNo
L
WHEATNo WHEAT TNo No 2 2I 2I 2VV
I Open I High I Low I Close CloseSop ClosesOP CloseSop
VV
Sop u S414 l14 IW81 < SS4581 l8 8485 < 9 5 18314 S3 I 84 84Dec 84Dec
Dec S56686 Sa3053 86h 36 S5 8 185 185May oar oarMay S54 S54May
May ISS SS 89 SJ24 S824 188 S8 ISJ ISJa5i 139CItNNo 89 89Open
a5i ifNo CItNNo 2 2I 2I
I Open I High I Low I Close CloseSep CloseSep CloseSep
Sep oi52 O i5r 52tfi53 ij < S63 54 > 4 152 154 154Sep 54Sep
Sep nl5252453 nI52 nl5252 53 p52 K2 2 ISI ISISap 53 53Dec 53Dec 53Dec
Dec 0 o148 48 48 8 8 15Z 47544S 4 48 4SDec 48Dec 48Dec
Dec n n143145 45S457 l5 f 46 J6 45 46 41546 41546May < g46 g46OATS
May ay tl44t t48f44 4G 45 45OATSNo 46 46OArSNo
OATS OArSNo No 2 2I 2L 2L0p
I L L0p Open I High I Low I Close CloseSept Closesepttmt CloseSept
Sept 27 28 125 125Dec 27 27Dec 8 8Dee
Dec septtmt 2S 11 128 28 S 128 I 12814 8 2S 2S3Iay 8lIa 23May
May lIa SO ij 1550 ggQt430 O 30 30 129 I291I30 29 RSO < 130 130MESS 30 30MESS 30 30MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer Per bbl bblSept bblI
I Open I High I Low I Cl iT iTSt se seSept
Sept St 11300 11350 H355 11342V 11350 1350Oct
lOct Oct 1340 1345 3345 1337 11337 11337LARD 11350 11350Oct 13371 13371LARDpor 1337LARDPer
LARD LARDpor Per 100 lbsi lbsiOpen Jbs JbsOpen lbs lbsI
I Open I High Highl I Low I Close CloseSept CloseSept Cio CioSept
Sept 17r 737 737Oct l 745 7377f 737 1 7421 742 742Oct
I
I
Oct I 745 I 752 75Y I ISHORT 745 I I 752 752SHORT 752V
V SHORT RIBS RIBSPer Per 100 Ibs IbsI
I Open O en I High I I Low I Close CloseSept CloseSept Cl i iSept ¬
Sept 1 815 820 I 810 I 817 817
Oqt I l 822 I I S25 I 817 I 1 822 822Cash 8 8Oash 822Cash
Cash quotations were as follows followsPlour followsFlour followsPlourfiteady
Flour Plourfiteady teady
VheatNo Vheat No 2 spring 105110 No 3 95
105 No 2 red 8383 8383Corn S3I3CornNo
Corn eornNo No 2 2 56 No 2 yellow 56 14 4
Oats OtNo No 2 2 27 No No2 3 i white 29JgG054 29 2960 29601o Ji JiI JiN
No N 3 white e eB1rleGood 2S 23325114 431 431Rye
Rye i RyeNo N No 2 4f6S 4f6SBnrlcy 4S6S 4S6SBarleyGood
I Bnrlcy B1rleGood Good feeding Gt3Q40 G 1q fair to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice malting malUn 41S 41H 414j44SeedNo > 44 44Wlax
Wlax Seed SeedNo ee No 1 131 No No1 1 northwest northwestern ¬
era 135 135Timothy 135Timothy 135Timothy
Timothy Seed S edPrlme Prime 310 310Mess 310Mess 10 101CSl
Mess Pork PorkPer Per barrel 13151350 IJ15 JJt50
Lard LardPer Per 100 pounds 727fS730 727fS730Short 7 725fjQ30Sort 1i30 1i30Short
Short Ribs RlbsSldes Sides loose looseSidesShOrt 805 835 835Sides l lSld
Sides Sld SidesShOrt Short clear boxed S37VMJ850
Whisky Vhlsky13asls Basis of high wines wl es 1277 1277Clover 1itCloerContrnct t27 t27CloverContract
Clover CloerContrnct Contract grade 125CkGH275 125CkGH275Rec U 1250431275I 75 75I
I Rec Ree Ship IShlpFlour ShipI ShipFlour
I Flour barrels barr > l g 27900 i 18600 18600 18600t
W Wheat heat bushels 674100 81200
t Corn bushels 217000646200 217000 6t6OO
Oats bushels 1671100 299500229100 9J500 229100 229100I
Rye bushels 8000 iyjo 2000 2000Barley 2000Barh 2000Barley
Barley Barh bushels 34SCO SSOO SSOOLIVESTOCK 3300LIVESTOCK OO OOLIYESTOCK
I
LIVESTOCK MARKETS MARKETSSt
St Joseph Aug 2 CatUcReceltq Cattle ReceipU
1700 steers active steady best cows cowsstockers cowsstockers cowsstockers
stockers 10 101jl 10jlSc 15c higher Natives 375 373 75 7557D
570 cows and heifers 1COS 1fiIj75 > < 75 stockers stockersand stockersand stockersamid
and feeders 275400 275400Hogs 27543400flogsReceipts 7i iji00 iji00I1olSRecclpts
Hogs I1olSRecclpts Receipts 6300 S lI0e ilOc higher higherclosed higherc1med higherclosed
closed weak Light 3S5 S5Iij600 < 5J 00 medium mediumand mediumand mediumanti
and heavy h avy 575S590 bulk 580 5S0690 5S0690SheepReceipts 1 < gC90 gC90Sheep 90 90SheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 6100 strong to 15c
higher Lambs 665 665Chicago 665Chlc 665ChIcago
Chicago Chlc Jgo Aug Au 2 2CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts 18000 18000I 18000Steadr 18000Steadr
I Steadr to wealc Good to nrime steers steersera steers5204j5P0
620 5204j5P0 Q90poor poor t ttimedlum medlum 375500 stock stockers stockers
ers and feedersi225Q400 f feeders ed rs 2 l2500 00 cows 25uci4ou 25uci4ouheifers 25Uft4Uheifers 25ut4ouheifers
heifers 225473 canners 125240 15 40 bulls bulls240Q400 bulls240IOO
240Q400 calves 350700 Texas fed fedsteers fedsteers fedsteers
steers 3750475 3T 175 western steers 3T5490 3T5490Hogs 3 31543490V 5t90HogsRecelpte
V Hogs HogsRecelpte Receipts 20000 lOc higher Mixed Mixedand Mixedand Mtxedand
and butchers 5605620 6GOi 620 good to choice choiceheavy choIceheav choiceheavy
heavy heav 5508615 5 615 rough heavy leavy 545575 545575light 545 545f575light 575 575lI
light lI ht 5752625 57M 65 bulk of sales 585610 585610Sheep 585ti 58543610SheepReceIpts 6O 6OSheeDRecelpts
Sheep SheeDRecelpts Receipts 200W lOc 10 higher higherLambs higherLambs higherLambs
Lambs steady Good to Choice wethers wethersshorn wethersshorn wethersshorn
shorn 4600585 4 O 58 fair to choice mixed mixedshorn mixedshorn mixedshorn
shorn 400440 400 A4Q western sheep shorn shorn400kl75
400kl75 native lambs sHorn 475775 475775western 4TJ1iwcstern 47543775western
western Jambs STSOTOO STSOTOOSouth 5 5753i500South 00 00So
So South th Qmaha Aug 2 2CattlcReccipts Cattle Receipts
3000 Market strong and lOc higher Na Native Native Native ¬
tive steers 275C640 2 75 4Q cows and heifers heiferssteers heltern1289f
280440 40 western steers 325450 Texas Texasat Texasstjers
1289f steers at ers 27SZ3S5 j aS5 cows and heifers 200 200rd
360 rnnnerH nne 150250 l O 50 stockers and feed feedi feedore
I i era 225425 2 calves lves 300550 bulls bullsfciaga bullsbfis bullssings
sings etc 200S375 200S375Hogs 200 2004375HogsReceipts 3 75 75HOASRecelpts
Hogs HOASRecelpts Receipts 7300 Market 5e hgh hgher
er Heavy Heav 570 57043575 75 mixed 572 572hji75 572hji75Jlght 57243575light 575 575light
light 575S580 pigs 475f550 bulk of ofsales otsal ofashes
sales sal s 572 5nY5772h 5nY5772hSheepReceipts 57943577SheepReceipts < 3577 3577Sheep
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 7000 Market slow and andstady andst andstady
stady st d Western stern yearlings 475 47543600 47543600wdtherll < 500 500wethers OO OOw
wethers w ers 425S450 425 50 ewes 3S5410 3 10 lambs lambsKanaas lambs6Alzt lambsV lambsKAnsas
6Alzt 6AlztKanHas < V
KAnsas City Aug 2 3CattleReeir cattJeRE Cattle r
10000 Market 1 steady stead to 10 cents lower lowernative lowernatlv lowernativO
native steers 400560 native cows and andheifers andheifers andheifers
heifers 200525 stockers and feeders feeders2TJt35
275435 bulls 215375 15i 375 calves 300600 300600western 3 30043600western 600 600estern
western steers s eers V 3501500 > western cows cows2oo4oo cowsOO
2oo4oo 2oo4ooHogs OO c cHogsReceJpts V
Hogs HogsReceJpts Receipts 5000 S 000 Market 5 cents centshigher centshigher
higher 11u11t or sales 595 heavy 585 5S5
590 packers 5S5597 5 59 pigs and light light5S5600
5S5600 5S5600Sheep 555600ShccDRecelpts
Sheep ShccDRecelpts Receipts 5000 Market strong to
10 cents higher Muttons 4 40043625 ii25 lambs
500650 range wethers 425S25 4 25 fed fedewes fedewes fedewes
ewes 275425 37 35 I IMetal
35Metal
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNew MarketsNew
New York Aug 2 2A A further advance advancewas adancewas advancewas
was reported in the London tin market marketwith marketwith marketwith
with spot closing at Jl 151 l 10s 1 and fu futures futures futures ¬
tures at J150 150 The local market was wasfilso wastUso was6lso
filso firm and somewhat higher at 3iS 3284
3325 but demand was slow as buyers buyersare buersare buyersare
are none too confident of the stability stabilityof
of prices owing to the speculative sp Culatlve < na nature nature nature ¬
ture of the advance abroad and the pos possibility P08siblUt possibility ¬
sibility siblUt that liquidation may cause a re readjustment readustment readlustmnent ¬
adjustment adjustmentCopper adustmentCopper adlustmnentCopper
Copper lost part of its recent gain gainabroad gainabroad gainabroad
abroad closing at J6S 68 6s 3d for spot ana anaat anUat andat
at LOS 63 los for futures Locally Locall the mar market market market ¬
ket was unchanged with lake and elec electrolytic elootrolUc olectrolytic ¬
trolytic quoted V at 15371550 1537 155I and cast castIng castin casting
Ing in at t 14S7i1612V 14S7i1612VLead 14 14S7431512Lead fi1 12Y 12YLead >
Lead was firm at 460vl70 in the lo local local 10cam ¬
cal market and somewhat higher at cH cHin 14 14in 14in
in London LondonSpelter LondonSpelter LondonSpelter
Spelter advanced to et 24 in the Lon London London Lendon ¬
don market remaining remalnln firm at 560670 560670in 5 560431671In 74j 74jIn
in New N w York YorkIron YorkIron Yorkirozi
Iron closed at 49s 5d in Glasgow and andat andat andat
at 46s 4d 4 In Middlesboro Locally iron ironwas Irouwas ironwas
was unchanged No 1 foundry north northern northern northera ¬
ern Is quoted at 16501700 16 700 No 2 bun foundry fouug bundry ¬
dry northern at 1575g1650 No 1 foun foundry fouadry n nfoundry ¬
tIt5 It5 J
dry southern g at t 15751675 t and d No 2 2foundry Ifoundry
foundry southern at 15501625 15501625Money 1650lG2Money 160431625Money
Money Silver Etc EtcNew EtcNew EtcNew
New York Aug 2 2Money Money on call easy easyhighest easyhlghest easyhighest
highest 2 per cent lowest 1 per cent centruling centruling centruling
ruling rate 2 per cent last loan 2 per percontt percont percentc
contt closing bid 1 per cent offered at
2 z ncr > er cent centTime centTJme centTime
Time loans steady stoad and dull sixty slxt and andninety andninety andninety
ninety days 36 3 per cent six months
4 nor meat mentPrime meutPrime meatPrime
Prime mercantile Daper 44 4 414434 P per percent percent r rcent
cent centSterling centSterling V VSterling
Sterling exchange easy easy with actual actualbusiness actualbusiness actualbusiness
business In bankers bills at 486504St5i 486504St5ifor 4865O1Srnwfor
for demand and at 48476 4i6184S0 iX84SO for sixty sixtyday slxtyday sixtyday
day bills posted rates 485 f and 487 487Commercial 48Commercial 487Commercial
Commercial bills 4S15 4S15Bar 4StosC 454 454I
C Bar silver 59 592As Mexican dollars 45 45Pacific 4acifc 43Pacific
Pacific Coast Grain GrainSan GrainSan GrainSan
San Francisco Aug Aug2WbentStcwdY Aug2WbentStcwdYDecember 2 2WheatSteady 2WheatSteadyDecember Wheat Steady SteadyDecember
December December143v 143v 143vBarley 143 143BarleyEa 143BarleyEasier
Barley BarleyEa BarleyEasier Easier ler > December 99 99Butter 99Butter 93Butter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew Eggs5ew
New 5ew York Aug 2 2ButterFirm Butter Firm state statedairy I Idairy Idairy
dairy common to extra 166fil western westernfactory westernfactor westernfactory
factory factor common to extra 1517 1517Cheese l 1517Cheese l lCheese
Cheese and eggs unchanged unchangedChicago uncbangooChicago unchangedChicago
Chicago Aug 2 291 On the produce ex exchange exchange cxchange ¬
change today the butter market was wasfirm wasfirm wasfirm
firm Creameries 17 17l0 ijCOf < < SCO dairies 16HS 16HSEggs 1618n 1618ngsSteady 164318EggsSteady
Eggs gsSteady Steady at mark cases included
16 firsts 17 > prime firsts 19 extras e trds 21 21Cheeee 21CheeseFirm
Cheeee CheeseFirm Firm Irm 1011V4 1011V4Coffee 10h11Coffce 1O43114Coffee
Coffee and nd Sugar SugarNew SugarNew SugarNew
New York Aug U 2 2SuarRaw Sugar Raw firm firmfair irmfair firmfair
fair refining 3 3716 716Q centrifugal centrifugaltest 5 5testS
test testS 4 3324 32434 molasses sugar 3 3160 31603Vi
3Vi 3 Refined Refined steady crushed crus ed 600 pow powdered powdared ¬
dered 540 granulated 530 530Coffee 33QCoffeeSteady 530CoffeeSteady
Coffee CoffeeSteady Steady No 7 Rio 8 8St 8St
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St Louis Wool WoolSt Woolst WoolSt
St Louis Aug Au 2 VoolSteady Wool Steady terri territory terrltorvand terntory ¬
tory torvand and western mediums 2SSO 2S fine finemedium Inemedium finemedium
medium 2326 2Jl f6 fine 1018 1018Plans 1018Plans 164313Plans
Plans to Get Rich Eicliare Richare 1ichare
are often frustrated by sudden break breakIng breakIng breaking
Ing down due dyspepsia to or consti constipation constipation conetipation ¬
pation Brace up and andtake take Dr Kings KingsNew KingsNew KingsNew
New Life Pills They take out the thematerials thematerials thematerials
materials which are clogging your en energies energles energies ¬
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headache and dizziness too At Z Zf C CM CId
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O 145 Main Street Progress Bldff Bldffo B BldgO31PLET1 IdS IdSOllPLETE
i o fcOMPLETE OllPLETE LINE OF OFMENS OFMENS
I MENS CLOTHING and HATS HATSt BATSFURNISHING
t FURNISHING GOODS GOODSi GOODSBojs GOODSBoys GOODSBoys
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+ Boys and Childrens Suits SuitsGREAT SuitGREAT SuitsGREAT
± + GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL ALLDEPARTMENTS ALLDEPARTltENTS ALLDEPARTMENTS
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pany Location of principal place of busi busidlrectors
ness Salt Lake City UtahNotice Is
hereby given that at a meeting of the
directors held on 1 the 25th day of July
1905 an assessment assessmentshare of two 2 cents ptr
share was levied on the capltalitock capital stock of
the corporation payable to J W Lang
Icy secretary of said company at his
office in TonoDah Nevada as follows followsher
One cent per share on or before the 25th
day of Auzust 1906 and erie cent per
share on or before the 23d day of Septem
her 190p Any stock upon which this thisand
assessment nisy remain unpaid on the
last imintioned date will de delinquent
and advertised for sale at nubile auc ¬
lion and unless payment is made be ¬
fore will be sold on the 14th day of Oc Ocquent
tober 1903 at the said office of said
secretary at Tonopaim Nevada at
oclock on said day to pay the delia
quent assessment together with the cost
of advertising and expense of sale
J W LANGLEY Secretary
I UNITED STATES SMELTING COSALT CO
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Is now in inCONSIGN the market for all
kinds of lead and copper Ores at pRic pRicV
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To Salt Lake City Utah UtahCONSIGN
CONSIGN ALL SHIPMENTS AS FOLLOWS United MI States Smelting SmeUteBWhenshlpment
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE PROBATEdivision PROBATEdivision
division in and for Salt Lake county
Suite or Utah In the matter of the theestate V VeState
estate of Charles Auer deceased deccascdNU deccascdNUVtuce No Notice ¬
tice The petition of H P lor Lytle tie admin ¬
istrator with will annexed of ths th ostuta ostutaof t3t t3tof
of Charles Auer deceased for cOnfirmS ¬
tion of the sale of the following described describedreal
real estate of said decedent towit All Allof Allof
of lot S block 12 plat J Salt Lake City Citysurvey CitySurvey
survey situate in the city and county countyof
of Salt Lake state of Utah for the sum sumof auntof
of 3oOOX And upon the following terms termslowit
lowit Cash upon confirmation confirmationpears am ap ¬
pears from the return of sale filed in intins hithis
tins court has been s set t for hedrimr on onSaturday
Saturday the Sth day of August A D
IStb at 10 oclock a ra at th the owmty owmtycourt OODrcourt
court house in the court room of iMKl iMKlcourt d dcourt
court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake 0M R
ty Utah
UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court courtiSeal ocartSeal
Seal with the seal thereof affbcte rthte rthte25th thk25th
25th day of July A D 1805 1805J
J U ELHREOGB Jr Cterkv Cterkvjy
By ± jy W H Farnsworth Deputy Clerk ClonkSB
D SB B Hempstead Attorney for Pe Petttionor Feo FeNotice
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Notice of Sale SaleIX SaleIl
IX Il THE MATTER OF THE CHAR GCTARUiflnAliirk
UiflnAliirk dianshlp ff of TnDn Rosa T P > T Roylance > I M AA an aneompesntNOt AM I Icompetent
competent eompesntNOt Notice Js hereby gtvoa that
the undersigned will s sell li at prlVHt pnlvatesaI sale saleon
on or after Aug 7 1906 at B olook OOlOOICnoon olookn
n noon ° on the following described real Jftrop Jftropracre prop
only Situated In Salt Lake counIy HtS
Beginning at a point 14 nods utk of
the northeast corner of hot 13 block 2
racre Sacre plat A Big Field survey rft rftthence re
fling thence w west t Hi rods thence sHt outh h
a rods more or less to th the center of
tanyon creek thence northeasterly P
the cem center r of Canyon creek to tka t to k
tersection of said jd creek with the out at
line of said Week 2 thence north T4 rods
more or less to the place of beginning
Written bids will wilibe be received at 157T Seuth
State street S Salt lt Lake City Utah Terms Termsof
of sale cash to be paw upon confirma ¬
tion of sale aie
saleWILLIA3I WILLIA3I G ROVLANCS
Guardian of Rosa P Roytence an In Incompetent Incompetent ¬
competent competentI V VDated
I Dated July 27 1985 1985IN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBAfflE
division In and for Salt Lake oar t3
State of Utah In the matter oC tk i
estate and guardianship of Akwcawier
Shields and Leland L Shields mln minr nfc
Notice The petition of Joseph J SbWtte SbWttethe
the guardian of the persons and the es ¬
tates of Alexander and Lejand L ShleJd ShleJdminors Sbldeminors
minors nraylns for an order of said of ofreal ofreal
real and personal property of said mi minors nitnone ¬
none and that all persons interested ap appear appearbefore ¬
pear pearbefore before the said court to show causa causawhy cUS0why
why an order should not be granted to tosell tosell
sell so much as shall be necessary af th thfollowing the thefollowing
following described real and parsons parsonsestate poraoiil poraoiilestate
estate of said minors towit 2SteC in interest 15terest ¬
terest in and to the following real estate cetafcfctowit estatetowit
towit towit1st towit1st
1st 12586 acres of land situated in insection insection
section 19 township 1 south eC eCrange ofrange
range 2 west of the Salt Lake ma marldian meridian
rldian described as commencing at atthe atthe
the southwest corner of the north northeast northeast ¬
east quarter of section 19 aforesaid aforesaidand aforesaIdand
and running thence north 169 rods rodsthence rodsthence
thence east 80 rods thence south
40 rods thence east 80 0 rode thence thencesouth thenwasouth
south 53 rods thence west IK rod rodand rods rodsand
and W feet theses south 67 rods rodsand rodsand
and thence west to the place of be beginninsr beginninc
ginninsr the value of the interest interestof
of said two minors therein being 38580 385802nd 805302nd
2nd Also 7236 acres of ground tat tatsection IasectIon
section 29 township and range rangeaforesaid rangeaforesaid
aforesaid described as commenc commencing commenctag ¬
tag K lot > 1 rods from the southeast cor corner cornor ¬
nor of the northwest quarter of said sajdsection saidseetiomi
section 29 running thence north MO MOrods 160rods
rods thence west 72 rods and 9 9foet 2feet
feet thence south 163 rods az azthence and andthence
thence east 72 rods and 2 4 feat featto foOtto
to the place of beginning the value valueof
of the interest of said two misers miserstherein minorstherein
therein being V 3U2Q 3U2Q3rd 3442113rd
3rd Also certain contracts of ofpurchase ofpurchase
purchase of state lands from the thestate thestate
state of Utah the same being still stillsubsisting allahsubsisting
subsisting and valid contracts contractscovering contractscovering
covering the following described describedproperty describedproperty
property The northwest quarter quarterof
of the northeast quarter the north northhalf northhalf
half of the northwest quarter and aadthe andthe
the southwest quarter of the north northwest northwest ¬
west Quarter all in section 23 23township 10township
township 2 south of ranee 2 west westof westof
of the Salt Lake meridian contain containing comahilug ¬
lug 160 acres the valoe of the In Interest interest ¬
terest of said two minors therein thereinbeing thereOnbeing
being 94 944th 944 9444th
4th Also the southeast quarter of ofsection f fsection
section 27 i township 1 south range resigei
3 i west of said meridian contain containing containIng ¬
ing 160 acres the value of the tii in interest hiterest ¬
terest of said two minors th thereOn thereOnbeing r in inbeing
being 345 345Sth 2405th
Sth Also the northeast quarter of ofsection f fsection
section 36 township 1 south OC OCrange oCrange
range 3 i west of said merIdian mertdiaicontaining merIdiancontaining
containing 160 acres the value ef efthe oCthe
the interest of said two minors minorstherein micorstherein
therein being D4f D4f6th 9436th
6th Also the southwest quarter of ofthe ofthe
the northwest quarter of section
36 township 1 south range 3 west westof westof
of said meridian containing 40 40acres 40acres
acres the value of the interest e esaid of ofsaid
said two minors therein being 23J 23J7th 2317th
7th Also the southwest quarter of ofsection ofsection
section 36 township 1 south of ofrange C Crange
range S west of said meridian con containing cantaming ¬
taming iso acres the value oC the theInterest theInterest
Interest of said two minors therein thereinbeing thereinbeing
being fl4 fl4Sth 246 246Stn
Sth Also the northwest quarter of ofthe ofthe
the southwest quarter the south southeast southeast ¬
east quarter of the southwest quar quarter querten ¬
ten and the south half of the south southeast sootheast ¬
east quarter of section 22 the thesouth thesouth
south half of the southwest quar quarter suarter ¬
ter of section 23 the east half of ofthe oCthe
the northwest quarter and the thesouthwest thesouthvest
southwest quarter of tho north northwest northwest ¬
west quarter of section 28 and the thooast theeast
east half of the northeast quarter quarterof
of section 27 all in township 1 1south 1south
south of range 3 west of said me meridian menidian
ridian containing 443 44 acres the thevalue thevalue
value of the interest of said two twominors tw twminors
minors therein being beingSlit 3 < W1 W19th
Slit Also lots 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 and S Sand 8and
and the south half of the south southeast southeast ¬
east quarter of section 35 township townsh
1 south of range 3 west of sa sameridian s 4 4the
meridian containing 41336 aeres aeresthe
the value of the interest of said two twominors tn tnmiiiors
minors therein being being10th 3444 344410th
10th Also lot 4 and the southwest southwestqqarter southwestqqanter
qqarter of the northwest quarter quarterand quarterand
and the west half of the south southwest seu seuwest ¬
west quarter all In section 1 the thasouth thesouth
south half of the northeast quar quarter quertom ¬
tom of section W the south half of ofthe ofthe
the northeast quarter and the south southhalf souihalf
half of the northwest quarter quarfersection < C Csection
section 11 and the west half of ofthe f fthe
the northwest quarter of section I Iall iall
all In township 2 south range 3 3west Zwest
west of said meridian containing
47712 acres the value of the in interest hiterest ¬
terest of said two minors therein thereinbeing thereOnbeing
being beingAlso l lAlso
Also an undivided 221 I1st st interest in ii and andto amito
to twenty shares of the capital stock of ofthe ofthe
the Utah Salt Lake CariSl company companyrepresented companyrepresented
represented by stock certificates Ns
1995 A and 196 B of the value of 535 per pershare pershare
share shareKas shareHas
Has been set for hearing on Saturday Saturdaythe Sassedvthe
the 5th day of August A Z D MS6 at t 1 1oclock 10 10b
b oclock a m at the county court house housein
I in the court room of said court IB Gat GatLake fialtI
I Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of ofsald said court courtSeal
I Seal with the th seal thereof aUCixed this this35th this35th
35th day of July A D 1SOS 1SOSJ
J U ELDREDGE Jr Cterk CterkBradley ClrkBy
I By W H Farnsworth Dputy cIok
Bradley c Pischcl Attorneys for Guar Guardian Guardhnn ¬
dian
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE THBuse THEuse
use of automobiles In City Creek canyon canyonBe canyonBe
Be it ordained by the city eouncft eounc of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSection UtahSection
Section 1 It is and shall be unlawful
for any person to run or use or take In
City Creek canyon any antornobtto loco locomobile ieeemobile ¬
mobile or any other vehicle propelled by byi byelectricity
i electricity steam gasoline or other me mechanical mechanical ¬
chanical motive power poweri powerSee
i Sec 2 Any person violating any pro provision provision ¬
vision of this ordinance shall bo deemed deemodguilty deemedguilty
guilty of a misdemeanor misdemeanorSec
Sec 3 This ordinance shall take effect effectupon effectupon
upon approval approvalPassed approvalPassed
Passed by the city council of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah July 5th th 1905 i and referred to tothe tothe
the mayor for his approval approvalJ
J S CRITCHIXDW Cl City Recorder
By Richard Hartley Deputy
Approved this 7th day of Julv 1905C 1905CPRANK Boo BooFRANK
PRANK J HEWLETT HEWLETTv HBILETTMayor
v Mayor Pro T Ten TenStato nu nuState
State of Utah City and County of Salt
Lake Lakese LakeseI ss ssI
I J S Critchlow cits e1r recorder of Salt
Lake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thatthe
the above and foregoing is a full full true trueand trueand
and correct copy of an ordinance entitled
An ordinance prohibiting the use of au ¬
tomobiles In City Creek canyon passed pma pmaP
by P the city council of Salt Lake OIly OIlyah
Utah ah July Sth 1906 and approved b nv
the mayor July 7th 1 1303 S as appears appearsrecord df dfrecord
record In my office officeIn otfice1mm
In witness whereof I have here hereunto hereUnto ¬
unto set my hand and affixed the
I Seal corporate seal of
said city thin timJ MB MBJ
I nth day of July 1886 1203I
I J S CRITCHLOW City Recorder RecorderBill
I 4By By Richard Hart Hartey y Deputy
Bill No 54 4
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