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= THE SALT S LT LAKE LtI HERALD THURSDAY THlTI SDrY SEPTEMBER SEP ElIBER 14 1905 190 v
iI t L
I MINES AND MINING STOCKS STOCk ± i FINANCIAL fIN NtIAL IKOMMERCUL L I
VOTING POWER POWERRESTS POWERRESTS POWERI
I RESTS IN INKNOX INKNOXiontanaTonopah KNOX KNOXMontanaTonopah
I IMontanaTonopah
MontanaTonopah Shareholders Now JJowJown NowJown NowDown
Jown Down to Business BusinessA
A S R CO o ANNUAL ANNUALW
W S McCORNICK IS ELECTED A ADIRECTOR ADIRECTOR ADIRECTOR
DIRECTOR DIRECTORWith DIRECTORWith
With as aamueh a much care and as a much par IIIIrrgg sparrag parrng
rag to gain a point as might mlslt be b looked lookedttr loke lookedx
ttr fY x in a a hotlycontested hotycntete politieal DUtl eonven eonventon cnven cnventln couvanton
ton tln the opposing elements elemet in the Mon MontanaTonopah MentanaTonopah on ontanaTonoph ¬
tanaTonopah tanaTonoph company cmpny have been bn pro proceeding pr prOceeding ¬
ceeding cctlng with the preliminaries prelmlnrl attendant attendanton atenant atenanton
on the holding of the companys cmpny annual annualmeeting annualmeetng annualeetlng
meeting meetng Tuesday Tnay afternoon afternon after atte work workIng work1ng workIng
Ing all day the credentials credental committee cmmite an announced anLounee anL3ufled ¬
nounced Lounee that it i would not be ready rdy to toreport tortort toreort
report rtort until untl yesterday yeteray morning motfln it I was wasnet wasrn al
net D rn t ready then and itwaa It wa waa after afe S oclock oclockbefore ocok ocokbf ocloeki
i before bf re the meeting metng was wu called cle to t order orderby orer orerby orderby
by PreBldwit Prttldent C E 1 Knpx Kn x and an the com comniittees cm cmnuteesreport c01fliiatteenreport
niittees nuteesreport iiatteenreport report was wa presented preente It I showed showedti Ihowe showedtrr
ti t trr fre r was wa present preent in person and by proxy
d40 140 shares shure of stock 8t Dnn k entitled entted to par parti part parhen r rblpton ¬
ti blpton blptonWhen t ipution iputionWhen
When hen it I came eamf to t perfecting perfetng a tem temporary terI tefliIriry ¬
porary organization orulzaUof a stock k vote was wai in insisted Inlsted in41sted ¬
sisted upon and it I waa wa then for the first firsttimp firt firtttmp firsttlm
timp that the opposing oPPOlng factions factons htctions tile disiofd tiled 8 8I
I iofd l < fd d their real ral voting votng strength strenlth The
Knox Knox party voted vote 4M3K 45S and the Dlckson DlcksonKlllsMcDonald Dlcksn DlcksnElsMcDonald DicksonilisMeDonaid
KlllsMcDonald ElsMcDonald side ae 832785 1 1 shares in the thecontest thec thentest
contest c ntNt for chiarman This Thll made it ap apparent apfiaent apparent ¬
parent that the Knox contingent cnUulent had the thectst thest thenest
nest st of Its It opponents by 131570 shares sharesAfter shaes shaesAfter sharesAfter
After considerable considerble preliminary preiminary maneu maneuvering n1eU n1eUflDg ninneuering ¬
vering flDg that apparently apparenty had for its It object objecta objet objeta
a a a determination dtermlnaton on the the part of the ma maJcrity maJriy majcrty
prt
Jcrity Jriy to have every ever step in the Ue proceed proceedi proce proceedeeclrngs
i of eedings dings disposed dl pd of according accrding to Hoyle Hoylea
a permanent organization orgaizton was finally tnaU ef effc effCtfd etfc
fc fCtfd ted and President Preident Knox proceeded prOede to tohis toh19 tohis
his report which was quite lengthy and andobtained andlontatned antiI
I < obtained some ame references reterencel to the squabble squabbleshut Iluabble IluabbleH squabblevLtt
shut H 4t was wa previously prelously had over the pay payment payrnnt ¬
py pylvnt
ment lvnt of dividends and the future policy policyof
of c r the thf th iompany ompn that an did not set t well plcy with withthe wih wihtlW withti
the ti minority mlnorl When the th question queton on the theJf thed
0 d > Jf JPt1On < ption tion of the report reprt was put a die disusgjun dlsusslon diesion
usgjun sion ensued that lasted laste for an hour houror
or 0 more and before action was taken takena takenmuUon
acQn
a j motion to adjourn adjour until unU this thll morning moning at atv
v t to 1 prevailed prevailedThe t tThf aThe
The Thf expectation is that the business bUBlnea of ofmeeting ofth ott
th t > < meeting m6tng will wi be b concluded today toay and andirJ andrill
3 > irJ rill > s the minority minoriy is successful s rul In n win wlntl winrig In InrM
rM oVtt Ver a large numb number of llox 1Ciox votes votesrirty
tl tktt at party will wi name the directors diretor for the thecoming thecmill theccming
coming cmill year yearHAS yearHAS yearHAS
HAS CUT CUTTHE THE LEDGE LEDGELower LEDGELower LEDGELower
Lower Mammoth Breaks Into Fis Fissure Fissure Fissure ¬
sure on the 1500 Level LevelAt
I At a distance It iCf of between btwen sixty and soy seventy soyent v vtnty ¬
enty tnty ent feet tet out from trm the th shaft satt the ledge ledgein le iedeI e eIn
in I tUb t tii lb Lower rwr Mammoth was exposed exxraetftearly eX exposedtri
I tri early r yesterday yeteray morning mornln or late Tues Tuesday TaosiLt ¬
day d iLt night night Ore Or was U encountered encunter but butunat butu butit
unat u 1t it Its Ia metallic Dltalc contents entEmts are has not nott notnt notrt
nt rt t been betn determined determine though Uloulh the sta atl state statem te ternnt ¬
rnnt rrnt m rt comes m s from a reliable rlable source ilr that tbt thatrL
11 > r iron and consequently cnuenty less le s41icais s41icaishijWIl aUc st1ieaieDrifting
hijWIl hijWIlDrifting t wn wnIrlftn
Drifting Irlftn southerly uthtrly in the te fissure tlur it I Is IsJerstood 1 IsJarstood
Jerstood JertOI will wi begin begn at once onc and while whilei whil
i I yet et too t early Mrl to say what develop developrtnt developrr I Ir
rtnt r rr f t is going Ofg to disclose dl lO the opinton olnln pre prells pres
lls 8 that conditions cndlUonl will m be b found foud con conjjrably cn cnraly conrably
jjrably raly rably Improved 1m Drf In other words Orl if ift Itt ift
t > vlive IVfp ilvep lead and gold values value are ae no noL nOItcr
i Itcr tter than they were er on the te 1400 I and an a av aier
v wir tvter ier percentage peretace of iron irn i 1 Is found In the thei tle theit I Il
i it ew be b marketed InlKeted on a much bet bt btt bethatis uetf
f basis ba is than thn was wa previously the case caseI c easeT
T I u belief bJet is I also al that tha values alue Will wi be beiuul b heI
I iuul u t Id j to tl have concentrated cnc ntrate better bter than thant t1n t1nt
t > were Wir on the level I el above abe because bU a ai adIl
i ld uly improvement Imprvement in that tht respect rPc had hadt hadhtit
t km k 1 place pla all 11 the way down from the thl theoot
1 jntfoot oot level lel Those TbO familiar tamlar with wlb the theUv lhellpment thehpment
Uv lopment of the property prprty during dull the thet
t several strl years yer are exnecting exneeUD a marked markedinnrovement marke atarkedmirOvement
innrovement Jirofment on the 1300 lr level and al all allit al alttr
it r < row r w on the tiptoe UPto of expectancy exp1ny as ast 5 5t
t i what lat the next few days dy and an weeks weeksvh wooksV ki
V vh It bring brlnl forth The news that the UI tie fisui t tiehati
ui 1 > had been bn cut ct sent the stock Mlok up from fromto tmj
j > to t 4Mic 4Qc a share yesterday yesterdayMAY yesteayMAY eit ray rayMAY
MAY FIGHT FOR GROUND GROUNDDeep GROUNDDeep GROUNDDeep
Deep Creek Men Leave for Dolly Doly Var Varden Varden Varden
den Armed to the Teeth TeethForties Teethlrt TeethI
I Forties lrt s just In from Deep DV Creak Crek are arexpvting arejfdin are1fltifl
xpvting jfdin evirr ever day dt t to h hear r of o oT semeone stene steneT
T HIST in bfen bn killed kUt in the Dolly Dly Varden VardenijiMrirt Vardendltkr VardenLsLhAit
ijiMrirt dltkr just J t over in Nevada Nev a from trt rent ibm IbaI Ib
l I vh b about a I days drive rve According Acl to tetd tot tot
td t t story brought bruht in the trouble troub if It1 itUrt it itvura
< vura un will wi he e the result r J of an eastern easternht easterny tern ternrqbuyers
ht y rqbuyers f buyers boldness bldnes in jumping a de dernp doSc
Sc rnp npid < d mine mineThr mie mieTlt minerht
Thr Tlt rht property prprt is l one that tht is f owned oJ by byHinrv byHnry byILnry
Hinrv Allen Alen an employe empl e at a Duncan Dncn Mae Maeuilis Mae1Is Maet
t uilis 1Is h t1 Gold Hill Hi in the tie Clifton Clifon district districtHi dlltrJt district1k
Hi 11 haa ha owned owntd the ground grud for fo several severalITS ser severaland
ITS r and regularly J uarly does dO the work re reuirl reby rep
uirl p by law lw and more mO mo too to He has hasi bai haspU
i T pr > ilfl iel I up a great Jret deal of o ore n and an is i only onlywaiting oalyv onlyvtiuflg
waiting v iing the building buUdnl bIldIn of o a railroad railroadthr rltd rltdthrrAh railroadtr
thr thrrAh < xh > that region n to begin marketing marketingitoduct mrkeU mrkeUrouct inaikettugroduct
> itoduct itoductCording rouct roduct roductordinE j jordlnl
Cording ordlnl to report a man by b the name namef nme nmer
r K Frn rry who rpt was out la I that country countryJ cntr
J inff ill LzL horses horts for the eastern e8stem market ran ranti rn rnt1 rant
claimed thut the Allen Allenv Ilen IleniIartv
who
ti t i iran an who climed Ien IenJrrh
v jiirty had never been In located 10ate accord accordj acor
j 4 t tu < law In that thlt the necessary nesar amount amounti
i d < t lixation atlon work ork was wa not done in I the be bernvaius b betlti1t
rnvaius tlti1t llni waton and ad probably rbbly for the tb gait Ikt skiot of get getv g < t tY
v Y g u t job himself hRlf he advised db Perry r to toimn tomn toITh
imn ITh it i ThIs rh he did di and when Allen Allenifn Alln Allnd AllenL4
L4 ifn d an In associate ll left Clifton Clfton a few Ie days dayst
t tu > resume reume work ork upon upn ti tl the property propertyfound prort prortf propertyfound
found f nd the man mn Ferry Ferr In poseession Jlo bat anl anlt
I t kin out ore o He lt notified notfed him hi to leave leavepremises evc evcTlrmlse
4 > premises Tlrmlse and it I is I sJwa said id was simply llply llplyJ
I 1 hhtdat hhtdatN i hed hp at atNow atX
Now X w < Allen Alen according n ring to report rpr is a am al at
l t 31 3 1 squar stUare ltt benefit maR ad Is a also a af
m 1 r i t determination deteminaton and nerve nve Whenrr when hn
1 rry rr refused rfluae to vacate vacate hi hpb his property Al AlKn AI1f1 Alut
Kn 1f1 ana hi his companion returned reture to Clifton Cliftontrl CUlon CUlonr CliftonL
trl L r 1 urmed irmed cmpnor themselves themelvM with wth rifles rlne six sixF I sixetc
F hooters houtpri etc and left for to camp cmp again againwjth azalaittt t
wjth ittt the promise prM 1 that tht Ferry Fef7 would woul either eltteerK1 eitherc ther therf
K1 c 11 t off 1ft ff the ground 10uld he had ha W Jm iimoed o or that thatr tt ttwould
I f t r w would uld have hve to fight ft Those Tho who whotrought whelrcl whoFrought
trought lrcl ht the word in declare tla that tt one onec
c r t the tH other oUte thing tie wor Is 1 sure sr ° to t happen hppn and andtiif ad adHIt andtr
tiif HIt v v are anluY anxiously awaiting awu further trt1e news newsCRESCENT newsCRESCENT newsCRESCENT
CRESCENT WILL BOOM BOOMMontana BOOMMontana BOOMMontana
Montana Man Is Banking on Future Futureof
of Southern Nevada Camp CampJuhn Camp1u CampJuri
Juhn Horaky jr of t Helena has hs just Joati
r turned t lrn 1u d Hora from fro a trip tr into the he Crescent Crescentiri Cet CetLrkt CrescentLrit
= iri Lrkt t Lincoln county Nevada He HapHl Hep HeJIMI
pHl p over Lncln long lon enough enouh to visit visi with withJtiands wih wih1Htnds withtrtdg
Jtiands > here for a day da and an then ten tenI proeeed proeeednorth roeed roeedt
I 1 north With his hb father brother brote bro or and andj
j i vph ph Senwmec Semn all al of Helena Heen he h is In Inisud If IfL inl
L isud shd In the Promontory Promntor group KIUP about aboutt abt abtt
Dutch Dutchrr
t HOO feet northeast nortbeait of the Lucky
t ftt is In of ofrtcnt develop developnicni
rr n L Semenec Semene charge chal veo veoment
nicni and the showing is i such u that tht all allriPU3 ant mULpus
riPU3 t Jls are re t confident cnfient they th are ae going P to toamTu toCI tocer
cer a bonanza bonanzaI
CI r amTu am bnn jut Just aa SUN sure ur at as 1 am that I I stand standrre UnaT tna tnaTrre
T Trre rre said Mr Horsky ytatenUy yeray that thatCrescent tb thatCrcsctnt t tr
sid Hork
Crescent r nt is Koiiue golw to mak one of the Wg Wggst bl big bigg
gst g rt t tampstn amue in In Nevada evada Everything Evetblng points pointsjn
jn that lamI direction direton The country cuntry is il a pet peif pl pltt
fngr all the therbr therr
f tt t network newo newoor of ledges lee carry eryln carrying
or network metals so much In demand demlnd by i the theworld therld thenirhl
world rbr rld Not only that but there is I plenty plentyc
c Lood good water and tht all kinds klnd of provisions provisionsand o11
I and ar d l0d supplies are cheap chea there thee theebeter ihe he etmp etmpbetter mp mpFtatP
better supple Iooted than an gflr ot other ler in n the thert1tE e et1t
FtatP t1t beter of Nevada It aa tn r rPet repecta epec epecwhile rUr railroad < and andtt anduLgraphic
uLgraphic fachlltlea On the one id idIs
tt
f lS brphlc onl only a fcUte few hour hours fsm fm Uu aeden aedenithts 1
ithts s and fruit orhrds orchards of Caluorula CaluorulaLj1e
while Lj1e at Nlppeno frui which whih Is only tljr tfe thiJeO to toI
I wtdlf A mike from the minm mln ore can c 1 1V be befor
r mlf frm thl thIs valley nd ndF
V auid for the smelters melt in valey
F M t kt through at a moat mot modest modet oo Ct oust oustIt t tIt
throulh been very quiet down there for fori tortl forvitv
It has ben vey quit te
tl I lxty but UtID ar arPinl
018t days
to move I lok
tr trv
Pinl fall and winters uaq Qftmpairai A AuW AuWr uxos uxostr
i tr X r VHV how ww v fal running throngnfrom through gmpJm trm from ManvAto ManvAtosran t1aie raJ1 t tH tO tOi
i sran H arhUght nlight and a dozen passengers pauenge a a a oay oayrr aa aarl tisyre
rr passing passing through Cre Crent Crescent c nt to the te older olderrImp old oldnfl
rImp rl 1m where there re has been unusual unuU a at ai ativtv
i tivtv rit aU wbee Il Bummer tu It onl only co costs t 1 nw nwf nw
U UIt to Crpscnt and atidI
ride from NJppeno t cfscpnt 1
t frm Ntppno
or orth jtI
that
I t j 1M i that chep cheap In amp mlny many
for fortn furtrtueiY5
I prospectors whu formtrl tnrmrI oukd
th r05Potor now btid h ht Hw tit ff8ta rstaurant rstaurantI ratF ratFlnlmlng
trtueiY5 balL
tn leIY fcntumg ktt hng it itAJaxBulUrog JtThe itTho
than
I lnlmlng It Is I vn tpr ipT tdlnl
which
The AJaxBulUrog JaxBultrog company wllch
owns ground between be n the Lucky Dutch Dutchman Dutchman Dutchman ¬
man and Ind the Nimeno NtDno mine have hve been beenmaking beenma1hu beetima1tl
ma1hu ma1tl making a big bl strike but i am not in inpossession InPllon inPOsscsIon
possession Pllon of the particulars rUcular Renahitw Refhlw
A Wilson have a good ood thing in their
North Nort Star Str and Fred Fr Schrott Shrot of the theLucky
Lucky Dutchman Dutch an is reported le rt d to have havemade havemde havemade
made mde a splendid apltdfd strike in his Red Cloud Cloudground Cloudgrond Cloudfrround
ground grond tothe to the west w tke of the Dutchman Re I Iheard 1hor Ineard
hor heard of many other oter good god and promising
things thlRI during durn my few f w days at camp cmp but butI
1 oannot ennot call cal < them all to mind Ill Il bank bankon bnk bnko bankon
on o the dfotrlct dftrlct Uem having b 1 a boom bn however howeverfor howevertor howeverfor
for 1 Iw was never neve vn In I a t camp cmp where the theconditions th thcnditon theconditions
cnditon conditions were er ete a s 1 near rer perfect IJrfet for one oneas oneU oneas
as they the are ar at A Creaoent CreaoentMINING Crnt CrntMINI CresoantA CresoantMINING
MINING MINI G STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGELower EXCH EXCHANGELower NGE NGELower
Lower Mammoth Moves Up and a d New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Takes Another Drop DropThe DropThe DropThe
The advance advanc of Lower Lowtr Mammoth from fromS8o froma from30o
S8o a to 4M4c e a share ahre and the drop drlJ of New NewYork NewYork ew ewYOk
York YOk Bonanza to 30c were the only hap happenings happenlnp happepings ¬
penings out of the ordinary on the min mining minInK mm mmlag ¬
InK exchange yesterday ye terday During the day daya da daa
a total of 11447 shares of stock with witha
a gelling value of 258163 25I changed hands handsFear handsFear
Fear of an assessment sent New York Yorkto
to the bad tvblle bl1e IE report that the vein veinhad veinbad veinbad I
bad been b n cut on the 1800 level of the theLower theLowerMammoth theLowerMammoth
Lower LowerMammoth Mammoth caused the stock in that thatcompany thatcom thatcompany
company com any to advance to the amount amountstated amountJlta amountstated
stated statedThe Jlta statedThe ttd ttdThe
The life which was exhibited on Tues Tuesday lu Tuesday s sday ¬
day way wa entirely lacking at yesterdays yesterdayscalls yesterdascans
calls and the gaveiwielder found it ithard ithard ithard
hard to keen awake so > 0 slow wore the thebrokers thebrokers thebrokers
brokers in making quotations Two Twoday Twodayactivity days daysactivity dnY1iactivity
activity was almost t too much mu h to t ex expect expect oxpect ¬
pect however and the talent is hop hoping hlpIUR hopInn ¬
Inn that something may turn up > for to today to today tolay ¬
dayFollowing day Following is the UI list of final quota quotations quotatlona quotatiotis ¬
tions and record of sales madp madpAlice ma rnad rnadlaidiAskedI p
Forenoon i Afternoon AfternoonBid tternoonI
1 I
I Bid laidiAskedI IASked1 AskedII Bid Asked IAsked4Uce AskedAlice
Alice AliceAJax 4 = TrAjax 45 45ISfc I
AJax AJaxBullBack ISfc 11 16 ISfcj 13 3 lfc lfcl D DBullBeck 4 4BullBeck
BullBeck BullBackCarisa l l 124 i 150 132 1 180 180Vt 15OCarl8 150Carlea
Carisa CarisaCreole It Vt 20 i 19k 19kSO 19 1J 1JCreole 1954 1954Creole
Creole CreoleCon CreoleCon 1 Ih IhCon
Con Mereur MereurDaly SO M 4 JO 51 51117fc ft ftDaly 1iDaly
Daly DalyDalyJudge 117fc 11f 1i l 1fJI 116 1C6 1C6iS7 1G5DalyJudge
DalJud DalyJudge DalyJudgeDalyWeat 9 iS7 I 690 6 > IS7 ISilk I 650 6501SII 6 6DalyWest
DalyWeat DalyWeatB 1SII IS 1SOO 1812 lZ1s J437 l4fjE 4754 4754B
B B B BG 100 190 100 150 1503X 1WG 150C
G Central CentralHorn 3X 3 400 3 3ltt4 2fc S27 S27lW 3 1 1Horn Th4Horn
Horn Stiver StiverLittle 150 200 OO 150 1 2P 2PlSO 200 200Little le leLittle
Little Bell BellL lSO 146 1U54 100 1 1 14 14L 142L
L L Mammoth MammothMammoth 37 M 40 40lX 401f 401fMammoth 403 403Mammoth >
Mammoth MammothMay 11 11t 110 131 1312BO 16May i2 i2May
May Day 1 IS 00 00Ontario 00Ontario
Ontario OntarioPetro lX 1 387 387W 2BO ro roPetro
Petro PetroRoc PetroRoccoFi W 07 01RoccoIf
Roc RoccoIf RoccoIfSliver RoccoFiSilver coH coHSilver 37
Silver King 5100 1600 1600lOVfl 5000 5000Saeramento 5000Sacramento
Sacramento 00 0 i 00 00S 00S
S Shield ShieldStar Iii 1g 18 18V 11l1 j
Star Con ConSwansea lOVfl 10411 n 10 U llSwall8a5 11Swansea
Swansea SwanseaS Swall8a5 Swall8a5S 26
S Swansea SwanseaSunshine ea 08 0 r 08 1IIiL1 I 07 07ooyi 0 0Sunshine 07Sunshine
Sunshine SunshineU 00 00W60 0054 1II ooyi 00lh03 00lh03u os 011U
U S Min MinUtah Mm W60 34 34M M1fi 31r7fi 76 S450 1t5OUtah i450Utah
Utah UtahUncle M At iu 45 > 10 45 45fflVi 45Uhcle 45Uncle
Uncle Sam SamVictoria 11 3 si iusi sil 3 fflVi X31Ast X31AstVictoria I 114 114Victoria
Victoria VictoriaBoston l Uli 1l 185 205 205Bo 205Boston
Boston Bo ton C CButlerL 7 826 826WW 727 7 825 8 8DutJerL 825ButlerL
ButlerL ButlerLBeck WW eo l 1tVJ Vfe VfeOB 09 I 00 09Ji1 09Ji1Bock 003kBock
Bock Tun C CCentury OB 02 07 07Century
Century 1fJb 20 20Ingot
Ingot IngotJoa 91 i 01 01J06Bo
Joe J06Bo Bowtne BowtneLittle 00 xh 00 1 00 oot ootLittle OQit OQitLittle I
Little Chief ChiefW ChiefNew t1o S 01 01 OH 02 02t OjIltb 02Martha
Martha W V t oovi oo ooNaw 005kNew
New York YorkPetro 30 18 20 200i 20Petro 20Petro
Petro PetroVictor 05 111 Oi 10 10Victor 10Victor
Victor C CWabaah 114 tn6 WAi i 03 0314S om omWabtulh 0 0Wabsalt
Wabaah WabaahYankee 1 1 171 76 14S 170 170a 171Yankee 17OYankee
Yankee C CDalton 31 31 3 11 si 34Dalton 114Dalton
Dalton DaltonBmerald 1 01 01IS 01EmerAld 01Emerald
EmerAld BmeraldRieh EmeraldRich I IRich IS
Rich Ana AnaWhite AnaWhite f y 03 03Nevada 0White
White Rock 5 4 26 45 45Nevada 45Nevada
Nevada Stocks StocksGoWfiekl StocksGoldfield StocksGoklfield
Goldfield B 01 01Jim O OJim 0 0Jim
Jim Butler ButlerMonLTon W 75Mont1on I Sfe SfeMontTon
MontTon 230 OO 386 28B 2i J5 306 306Macnamara 306MllCRunAr 306Macnamara
Macnamara 30 40 40Tonopah JO 3D 40 40ronoJlh 40Tonopmh
Tonopah 1SM 1410 1310 1460 1460TonBel 14fiOTonBel 1460TonBel
TonBel 146 l 111 145 157 157Tonffix 15754 15754Tonx
Tonffix 526 5M 6 6TonMId 8 8TonMId
TonMId 1 1 196 186 160Forenoon 107 107Forenoon 101Forenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesLower SalesLower SalesLower
Lower Mammoth 10IC6Vic 10IC6VicUncle l 1O36AcUncle c cUncle
Uncle Sam l 100W4c fW4c JeOfiSSfec JeOfiSSfecNew JIiOf 3l03jedNew e eNew
New York Iwcii23c Iwcii23cEmerald 1 1Emerald Lh0023CEmerald
Emerald 500 5tOe2c 5tOe2cOPEn 5IO2cOpen 2c 2cOpen
Open Board Boar BoarIt BoardLower
49 Lower Mammoth at Uto
100 Lower Mammoth atttc atttcSflD atlEesm atWesm
sm Lower Low r Mammoth at t We WeSOO
500 May Day at 9a 9c1110O
1000 New York at 22c c c buyer buy r m
500 New York at Sic seller 30 30Shares toShares WShares
Shares sold 4648 4648Selling 4MISelling 46leSelling
Selling value valueAfternoon 11015 11015Afternoon lB5fB lB5fBAfternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesCarisa SalesCart SalesCaries
Caries Cart S0020c k SOWMHtc 1000Ca 1000CaGrand 10Qi1C19c 10Qi1C19cGrand 100ft954cGrand
Grand Central l l 11OiU6 11OiU6Lower 16G335Lower e 2S 2SLower
Lower Mammoth 2ttpittfcc tc 10fte 10fteUncle l 10040Mc 10040Mci C C1M4Oc
1M4Oc i 40c seller sellerUncle 38 38Uncle
Uncle S Sam m lMCWc lMCWcNaw l 1PO4eNew OCP14cNllw
New York HO O0tj2tc 1c c MOCfiO 5eO05c c T TOpen TOflfJBIc TOflfJBIcBoston lOOCIcOpen 100cOpen
Open Board Board108A
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5MN ZiMew New w York at t Wcsellor lOc seller sellerShun SI SISharra 11SShares
Shun sold soldS IiOIdSelling UN UNSelling
S Selling Uing value UIW UIWBoston 111549Boston 1649
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdyenture StocksAdventure
Adventure 4 J 5 51 ISfclMohawk ISfclMohawkAltouex 1244 lohawk lohaWk 55 5 ro roI 60Allouez
Altouex P M C A C 2 1254 1254Amaig Y YAmle
I Amal Amle 815 St 26 Ul UlAm lld Id Domin 5 5I 25Am
I Am Am AmAtlantic Zine It i 5 tiiCeola tiiCeolaI 55 55Atlantic
I Atlantic A 21 1 WI Parrot ParrotBlngham f 50 50I 60Biithitm
Blngham 20 SO Qulncy Qulncyc 101 00 00CO 00C
I c Ti Usda IfiI iOO I 00 5hani Shannon > on onCentM T 700 700Centeeshti 00 00CentN
CentM Centeeshti laI laICop 9t I TO TamarackTrinity Tamarack 116 11650 11650Cop 10 10I
Cop Rae RanreDalyWest > Trinity nit S 17 17Dal 734 734LalyWeat
DalyWest DalyWestDom Dal Wetlt 13 7S tT LI Copper CopperC ItM ItMDom 11I 50 50Dom
I Dom Coal CoalFranklin C JS S Sflng nng nngFrankltn 25 25Prnkhln
Franklin FranklinQranby 1800 1 00 U S Oil OilUVtCtah 10 10Qranby 100 100Qrmnby
Qranby UVtCtah u 154 Jtah 45 i iI so1el
1 Isltt 1el 611 Royale RoyaleMass 2060 to IiO Victoria VictoriaS I 71 71MI 75Mass
I Mass Ming MingMichigan MI S n Wlnona WlnonaK Inona 10 so soI 60Michigan
Michigan K l C 6254 Wolverine WolverineNew 1M 10 10I 50New
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Admns Con ConAlice SIMttle ttle Chief ChiefAlice 5 55iOntario 11Alice
Alice AliceBr 5iOntario 5 ntnrlo 176 17647Ophir 1 IS ISreeee 75Breece
Br Breece reeee eee eeeBruns 47Ophir f7 fphh t50 t50a 660Uruns 50 50UrUM
Bruns Con ConCom a 31hoontx hoenix PhOtntxOOtn hoenix7Potoai > 54 54Com
Com Tunnel TUBRCJ 7Potoai 7PotoaiSan 7Pot 1 1i 1iG 311C
G J C di Va VaHorn 1 120avage 120avageibm Aaae S SHorn
Horn Silver Silverilron 1 iSierra Sterra 1 Nevada NevadaI Wdk Wdklron
lron I iron Silver SilverLeadvilto S WSmaJl Hopes IlopesLeadvflle u uLeadvUIe
Leadvilto Con GStapdard 110 110San I ISan
San Francisco Mining Mi ing Stocks StocksAlta StocksAl18 StocksAlta
Alta AltaAlpha 01 luSJull luSJullAlpha < Julia JuliaAlttha
Alpha Con ConAndes 10 Justice JUI IUe IUeAndea IS ISAndes
Andes AndesBelcher 20 J Mexican MexicanOccidental 1 1Helcher 10 10Beheher
Belcher BelcherB 1 Occidental a aA c cB I IB
B t B BBullion 1 1M A Ophlr 511t 511tBunion 665Bullion
Bullion BullionCaledonia 37 Overman OvermanSB OS OSCaJedoaIa tt ttCaledonla
Caledonia CaledoniaChallenge SB Potosi PotosiM l lChallealle 0 0Challenge
Challenge C CCholter M Savage SavageU J JChollar 65 65Choflar
Cholter CholterConfidence U Scorpion 11 11Contldenee z zConfidence
Confidence ConfidenceC 76 Seg Belcher BelcherL 06 06C
C C A Va VaCrown V L La > Sierra Nevada Nevada07Silver Jt JtCroftn 32Crown
Crown Point PointO 07Silver 01 Siher Hut HfHW Hill1xchenuer JIi JIiEchequer
Echequer W Hrnlon Union Con ConIff Con50 Con50ci 11 11G
O A C CH Iff Utah tah Con ConH r r1M 51
H A N 1M 3 Yellow Yeno Jacket JacketWILL JacketWILL U UWILL
WILL MAKE BIG MONEY MONEYUnited MONEYUnited
1 1United
United Statei Stat StaferC6p rC cSmpaTny pany ny Has a Good GoodThing GoodThing GoodThing
Thing in intie + tthc tlie Mammoth MammothConcern MammothConcern MammothConcernIa
Concern the 1 operation of the Unit United U1ItHi Un1Led ¬
ed State Mining company with partieu partieular partteular partleuhar
lar reference ret renoe to iU Mammoth property projwrtySha JrOI8rtha propertyShaa
Sha Shaa ha eoiuitv Citllfornia the Bo BostonNews Boston BostonNewa ton tonNew
New Bureau of Saturday last has this thisto tblsto thisto
to say sayinv sayiflC
inv 11 United Ll ted States Mining company companywill companywill
will 111 blow ia the new 750 lfiOton ton smelter at atit attill atIts
it till Mammoth awo uwn urrt rty in California CAltt rnla next nextweek nextwHk nextweek
week Managing Director A F Holden HoldenbJ Hoi den denis
is now OB the ground groundThip groundTh groundTht
Thip Th 4tniter ter has been building bulldln since sineethe sincethe sincethe
the first of the year yt > Ir and Is of the high highoat hlJhest highoat
oat tyi type > e of smelter construction being beingbuilt beingbuilt beingbuilt
built otflv nt lv of ttel tinder the dirc dirction dl1ftlon directlon
tlon of Expert George K K Flucher Its Itsc Itsfntllt Itsoet
c fntllt Mt has ha been In the neighborhood ot ot6Ot
506000 6Ot 3505000jt 506000it 000 000at
it may mltytnke take a little time for the new newplant newIant newplant
plant Iant to WHrm rn up UI and get running MJIol g in ingood Ingood Ingood
good order but by the flirt of the year yenrat r6ftfat yeart
at t the latest It Je expected to have the theplant theJIAllt theIIHt
plant in full operation operationIt
It is th the expectation of the manage management management managemeat
ment that the Mammoth MlUlmotJalftlne mine and anlsmelt anlsmeltr smelt smelter smelter ¬
er r will return the th company net earningof earning nrnlngf4of
of 7S 1kIMMf > uiO per arinun a nunt at the > minimum minimumar
ar r t1 i2 1dWO AtIl Mt t the lle maximum maximumThe tRxlmumThe TlttXimUmThe
The company should produce OdU between betweenU
U 1 d HIU 11 ijdOft tWlJiIfjJO < W pounds of copper copperpr copperper copperper
per annum front Its California titers oiteration OIteNttot titerstintis
tion which hkh would giv gIve it II total cop copper coPi copncr ¬
i per product prOd roduet uct trwat t18 Utah and California CaUtor nf nfbetween t tbetween rbet
between bet between n 25504000 M W v411 A J 410010000 oeo0 000 < pounds PounilaI lIOU lIOUirttWfl
i w
Iltr irttWfl ItJt 3 r IhiXity5moUt joth product P roduQt will willwhich wUIJII
I JII 7 111 MtiIs a Ilft which will b bshippeiita bQ bQhllflt btiI
I shippeiita hllflt 11111 to the TJttfH smelter and th there thereconVerted thareconvvrted re reconverted
converted into blister copper From Utah t tah
the product is shipped shlPpedto to its own refin refineries reCtnerles refiticries ¬
cries at Cataract N J for conversion conversioninto
into refined copper copperThe copperrbe copperTlme
The Mammoth property proper of the United UnitedStates UnituStates UnitedStates <
States company In California has been beeniwniy be u uona
iwniy 9 ona 0 tH dev dtwtJtd i wed It waa purchnsed on onthe onthe onthe
the basis of 1800000 of net value at ore orein oreIn
in sight not figuring on ore averaging averagingI aVera1nglP9
I lP9 s inai nft 6 per cent copper There is in insight In81ght Insight
sight today toda in the property ore to the thenet thenet
net value of J8000003 The company is isplanning Isplanning isplanning
planning to do a large lar e custom smelting smeltingoualnasg Bmoltlngouslns smeltingeasIness
easIness in California in addition to the thetreatment thetreatment thetreatment
treatment of its own ores ortt and an a tn tnbusiness tns tnsbusiness i ibusiness
business grows additional furnaces will willbu willbu willbe
bu added
LIKES HIS GOLD MINE MINESalt MINESalt MINESalt
Salt Laker Pleased With a Property PropertyHe
He Bought Without Looking L oklng It Up UpRoderick UpRoderick UpItoderlek
Roderick McKenzie who whQsome wh some time ago agotook agotook aotook
took hold of 0 a gold proposition in the theMojave theMojilt timeMojave
Mojave desert country of California on onthe mthe 1t 1tthe
the solo representation of its Jt owijers owijerswhom oWlJerswhom owiJerswhom
whom he had h d known for many man lt years has hasteen haste liesleen
teen te > n to the property and satisfied satl fted himself himselfof
of Its worth He was accompanied by A AJ AJ AJ
J Davis > and within a few hours after aftertheir aftertheir aftertheir
their return ret rn they thp left for the north en n n nhunting nhunting ahunting
hunting and fishing trip so yesterday yesterdaywas ye yesterdaywas lerday lerdaywas
was the first time a chance was had to toask tosk toask
ask sk Mr McKenzIe McK < nzie what he thought of ofblfr ofbUr offlr
bUr flr Investment InvestmentI
1 was certain said Mr McKenzie McKenziethat McKenziethat IcKenzlethatJ
that thatJ I was wa not being misled by bythe the man manandbis manand manandhls
andbis and Ids wue who owned the ground but butI
I was of course anxious to see e the theground theground theground
ground I can now say that the proposi proposition proposl1lon proposition ¬
tion was W s even better than it had been beenrepresented beenrepresented beenrepresented
represented to me and In this opinion opinionMr oplnlQnIr opininMr
Mr Ir DavIs I am sure concurs It has hasrot hilSrot busrot
rot yet been decided what will be done donewith donewith donewith
with the mine but as I realize that it itwill Itwill itvhhl
will take tnk some money mone to open and prop properly properly properly ¬
erly equip It I may be compelled to let letothers letothers letothers
others join me In it itWJilhj ItUJlHe It ItVjtj
WJilhj Vjtj it hup 1111 > Owen 1t J1 the disposition of ofclaimowners pfclaimowners f fclahnoWntrs
claimowners down in that country to tokeep to1oop toeep
keep eep th the knowledge knowh lge of Its worth to them thmselvijs themSeh thetaaelv
Seh selvijs aelv and fbr hr most mostJ part rt to plug along alongas
as befet b t they the might ana at1 eatn AS 3 much js IS1toSflible jsvosaible s spossible
possible from theextr the extraction cttQn and sale of ofhighgrade ofJtlghg ofhighgrade
highgrade ade ore capital pUalls Is now now Investigat Investigating InvestlgaIng inve tiga tigaing ¬
ing and It will not be long ct g till many com companies comjNtnie5 cornpanfes ¬
panies are operating down there It fs fsa fsa Isft
a pretty hard country to mine Jn hut the thedifficulties thelifftculties thedifficulties
difficulties will 111 be overcome when Its Itsvalutis ItsV itsvaiuu
valutis V vaiuu lubls Is nmderatpod nmderatpodAMERICAN mundorstpodAMERICAN under tod todAMERCAN
AMERICAN SMELTING SM LTING ANNUAL ANNUALW AN UAL UALW
W S McCornick Is Elected a Direc Director Director Director ¬
tor of the Corporation CorporationNew
New N York Sept 13 13At At the annual annualmeeting annualmeeting annunlmeeting
meeting of the stockholders of the Amer American AmerIcan Arnerlean ¬
ican Smelting Refining company in 11 Jer Jersey Jer5e3 ¬
sey City Cft today the retiring board of di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors were reelected with the exception exceptlpnof
of W S McCornick of Salt Lake City Citywho Citywho Cityvlio
who was elected In the place of Edmund EdmundW
W V Nash deceased deceasedThe deceasedThe deceasedThe
The report of the American Smelting SmeltingRefining SmelUngRettninJ SmeltingRefining
Refining company for the year ended endedApril endedApril endedApril
April 30 was made public today It Itshowed Itshowed Itshowed
showed net earnings for the year of SS 11
898811 an increase of J98238 as compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith
with the preceding year After payment paymentof
of 216815 for the employes profitshar profitsharing ¬
ing fund fundS 510G30S3 for the new construc construction construetlon ¬
tion and improvements Imrolmt > nts and metal stock stockaccount stockaccount stockaccount
account and 6700000 for dividends there therewas therewas therewas
was a surplus for e year ear of 1618911 a adecrease adecrease adecrease
decrease of 3473 3473Thedividend 347 347Thedlvldend a aThe
Thedividend The dividend payments of 6000000 rep represented represented rePresented ¬
resented an increase of 1266000 over the thepayments theJH1ments thepayments
payments for 1904 An Increase of 2302 30 30ro
370 In the company investment account accountis
is explained to be due to the t e purchase purchaseof urchaseof
of 25000 shares of series B preferred ureferredstocK urpferrpdstoc preferredstocK
stocK stoc of the American Smelters Securi Securities Securitie Securlties ¬
ties tie company companyThe comanyThe companyThe
The report sets forth also that the com company comp8RY cornpony ¬
pony has acquired 177510 shares of the thecommon thecommon
common stock of the American Smelters SmeltersSecurities SmeltersSecurities SmeltersSecuritIes
Securities company and the value vt lue of this thisstock thisstock thisstock I
stock is not shown in the Investment Inv stmEnt ac account account socount ¬
count of the American Smeltlqg Refin Refining RefinIng Refintog ¬
ing company companyMYSTERIOUS companMYSTERIOUS companyMYSTERIOUS
MYSTERIOUS STRIKE CLEARED CLEAREDBig CLEAREDBig
Big Gold Discovery at Fay Is Finally FinallyDefinitely FinallyDefinitely FinallyDefinitely
Definitely Located LocatedModena Locatedtodem LocatedModerni
Modena Sept 11 lMuch Much of the mystery mysturyconcerning mrsturyocncernlng mysteryocncerning
concerning the recent ree nt gold old strike at Fay I
Nev Ne has been cleared up It appears appearsthat appearsthat appearsthat
that the new discovery di covery was made on tho thoCwnstock thoComstock theCotnstock
Comstock No 3 one of the mining miningolnlms miningohdms miningglalma
olnlms comprising the Snowflake prop property property property ¬
erty and while first surmises had it on onthe onth onthe
the th Snowflake the fact that a watch watchman watchman watchman ¬
man has had his eve constantly Qn that thatground thatground thatground
ground since It became involved In liti litigation Utia litigatlon ¬
gation a tI on and the litigants being beln enjoined enjoinedfrom enjoinedftom efljoinclfrom
from working the property the discov discovery dlscoeJ discovOV3 ¬
ery became a good subject for a guess guessing gucsJug < s sIng ¬
ing contest Besides the Comstock No NoI
3 wasnot was not supposed to contain a hoard hoardof hoardof hoardoz
of the yellow metal and while all faces faceswere taceswere faceswere
were turned turn > d toward Klondike > or Pikes PikesDlRgins PlkesDI PikesDlggine
DlRgins DI ln tile find was actually actuallymnde made a ahalfmile ahalfmile ahalfmile
halfmile east of the original big bl Snow Snowflake Snowfhlke Snowflake
flake strike within a stones throw of ofJohnsons ofJohnsons ofJohnsons
Johnsons Cabin lurking right at home homeIt homeIt homeIt
It is questionable whether the claim is isreally Isreally isreally
really in Nevada or Utah The Nevada NevadaUtah NevndaUtah NevadaUtah
Utah state line Is said to run so close closethat closethat closethat
that In the absence of definite Boundary 1iolJm1amarks 1oundarymarks Boundarymarks
marks In that vicinity the claim may
be in Utah although recorded In Ne Nevada Ncyada Noysda ¬
vada vadaparties ysdaltLpch
yadaJ1eh ltLpch J1eh skepticism has been expressed hy hyJ bypamtIes
parties J Ues passing through here concerning concerningthe
the realitv of the strike owing owln to the themystery thcm themytery
mystery m ter that was made of It It But since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the facts have been learned the reasons reasonsfor reasonsCor reasonsfor
for secrecy are obvious obviousThe obviousThe obviousThe
The strike is a glittering actuality and andthe andthe andthe
the earlier reports are fully full corroborated corroboratedFive
Five feet of quart In pl plAce ce that will willgo willo willgo
go o anywhere an Whfre from 1200 200 to 2000 and over ovqrper ovcrper overper
per ton 1s vouched for and specimens specimensfrom specimenstrom specimensfrom
from the ledge certainly look it besides besidesshowing beshlesshowing besidesshowing
showing high values yaue In silver silverThe silverThe sliverTime
The present status of ofthe the th litigation as aspearlv aspearlv asnearly
pearlv as can b be ascertained hinges hln es on onfurnishing onfurnlthln onfurnishIng
furnishing the district judge with a atranscript atranscrJpt atranscript
transcript of last yeas court proceed proceedings proe procoodtales < ed edJItJilS ¬
tales It is said that neither side has hasnald hasnakl hasamid
amid the tyoewriter fees for this serv service service service ¬
ice the court being thus unable to ren render render rcader ¬
der a decision In the l meantime an anInjunction anInjunction aiminjunction
Injunction obtains restraining the liti litigahtP IIUahtfl hitigatitfrm
gahtP ahtfl from doing work on the property propertyA
A As though this were not sufficient to toobscure tooblJeure toobscure
obscure the property it is now said that thatupon t111ltupon thatupon
upon the th heels h cis of the new I1f > W discovery Fred FredDavis FredDavl6 FredDavis
Davis of Salt Lake CitV CIt filed locations locationson
on 0J1 o the entire f1 group claiming the re reqpicad reIltQd reOjtlted
qpicad work necessary nece ary to hold the prop proprtjr propert
ert rtjr has not been done This would be beSMmawltat bein bentmvIiat
SMmawltat in the nature of a total eclipse eclipsewere eclipsewe eclipsewere
were we the law not BO 0 T plain l in concerning concerninglocations co concernInglocations rning rninglocations
locations made on ground involved in liti litigatinij 1It1tn hitigsticnm
gatinij gatinijIt tn tnIt
It would seem that in the face of this thissplendid thissplem1ld thissplendId
splendid new discovery not recalling the theflna thefine thetine
fine former ore exposures expo ures made mil de in the theSj thescwtht theSrewflse
Sj scwtht > owfi e prf 1rOrtv > r rv and ntI regardless 6f the thecaw688 thecauses
causes for litigation that the principal principalHints YJrlnclpAIIIt principalhtt3ants
IIt htt3ants Hints nts should get et together shako hnnde hnndeagree hda4 his ds dsam4
a4 agree on a Joint ownership This ThisT ThisiMd4
T iMd4 n Tfl 0 nn mr4v iv rove more profitable to tothemselves tothelllHlve tothemselves
themselves and would bring eflrl Vlriy rly fame famef
f to the camp campA
I A As matters row stand Tie PI true tis tispity tlsIt tisI
I pity It tie true
I trseOre or Ore and d Bullion BullionOre BulIionOre n nand
Ore and bullion aottlemeflta in U this i city cityyesterday oJ oJyterd cityyesterday
yesterday yterd y as reported by McCorniek McCOI leJc leJcCo A ACo tCo
Co amounted to 33490 490 as a fono follows II Sil Silver snyet fl flver ¬
ver lead I KoM goI 1 copper ores J4300 J4300base 41baso 42Zi0base
base bullion S41CIMetal J4Sm J4SmMetal 43150Metal
Metal Markets MarketsSirrw MarketsSltv8I MarketsSilver
Silver tie 50 per omoo omooCofHter
CofHter casting cftsttn lW4c per pound poundLead JOUndLead poundLead
Lead in ote 358 S5 235 New Ne York Y oJIk W55per W55perMining 5 5 per perlilt per1f
lilt 1f lountl
Mining Notes NotesTwo NotesTwo
I Two car of ore each from Alta Stock Stockton SOCltton Sockton ¬
ton and Tlntlc and nd on o one from Blngham Blnghamwere Bing Blnhmamwere lam lamwere
were reported rer > orted at tho Poor sampler sampleryesterday samplere sampleryestSr1a
yesterday yesterdayTha yestSr1aThe e ttlrlt ttlrltThe
The August output of gold bullion at atBftinbergers At AtThtmbergers ittBambergors
Bftinbergers Do Lamar mines mlM wag wa SO 50
297 2 7 It will not l 1w > long till U I the 2000u 2000uday 2000aday OOOaday
day mark is passed passedSix pa passedSix ed edSix
Six cars of ore from Tintlc two from fromNevada fromNevada fromNevada
Nevada one from Milford and one from fromStockton tramRtockton fromStockton
Stockton were reported at t the Taylor TaylorBruuton TaylorBrunton TaylorBruston
Bruuton sampler yesterday Y08hl dy morning mornlnlfSenator morningSenator morningSenator
Senator George S Nixon lxol1and ixon and all the theotre thevtrp
otre tadll v dH attend Htt nd v tt < the Montana MontanaTonopah MontanaTonopab a aTonoptth
I Tonopah annual nj mee e T > expect to get getway getwa getmvay
way wa tonight p 1 H Peary Qrl Is waiting waitingToi waltln waltlnrOJ waiting7oi
Toi the termination of the meeting in inorder Inorder inorder
order to accompany Senator Nixon NixonLas NixonIaH NixonLas
Las Vegas Advance A number of large largeteams largeteams largeteams
teams have hft gone gon to Monpa to haul CUP copper CUPper cuppity ¬
per ore from the mines below that town townto townto townto
to the railroad This indicates that some something something something ¬
thing is doing in that country with which whichth whichtb whichtbo
th tbo public J ubllc Is not very familiar familiarLas famSlIarLas familiarLas
Las Vegas Advance A rich strike Inlea4 in inlead inlead
lead was made within tho last la t few t w days daysnorth daysnortlt daysnorth
north of Charleston peqjc on a claim claimowned chdmownl1d claimowned
owned by William Murray and A L LMurphy LlIurplly LMurphy
Murphy The ore also oohtnlB oo 41I S about n out ID IDtitluA 16QU 10Qunces
QU Qunces c titluA sllVQr fHl Th The A vimm In ill 11 4 to li litnlnksi b bithrduast i inti
nti ithrduast Ql1l1t siX six feet W mtd lit II Ml 1 Ur h ht3mInkU
tnlnksi t3mInkU tlioy th tiio can build i iproperty hUrt irnl tq tqProPertY tb tb11roporty
property at a coat not Wesqoad exceed ceed J
LITTLE CHANGEIN CHANGE CHANUEINCONDITIONS1 I
IN INCONDITIONS1 CONDITIONS CONDITIONSStock
Stock Market MalketjStarted M rket jStarted Started Out With WithHigher WithHigher VithHighel
Higher Prices PricesGAINS PricesGAINS i
i
GAINS DID NOT CONTINUE CONTINUERISE
t
RISE IN MONEY RATES RATESIS IS STILL STILLEXPECTED STILLEXPECTED STILLEXPECTED
EXPECTED EXPECTEDNew 1
New York Sept isAs 13 13As As a reflection reflectionof
of any fixed conviction on the pros prospect prospect prospact ¬
pect of values todays stock market marketwas marketvas marketwas
was vas not of much much use The fluctup fluctuations fluctuptlons fluctuptions ¬ i
tions were constant constant and never far In Inone Inone inone
one direction In the stock which whichmoved whichmoved tvhlcnmoved
moved most notably the action sug suggested suggested suggested
gested professional operation for man manipulative manipulatfve manipulative ¬
ipulative purposes Galns which de developed developed ¬
veloped vel oped first were not continued the thestocks thestocks thestocks
stocks affected being left to them themselves themselves thornselves ¬
selves in the later dealings whlla at attention attention attentIon ¬
tention was turned to new points The TheEngagement Thengagement Timengagement
ngagement of gold yesterday for forshipment forshfpment forshipment 1
shipment to New York continued Its Itsgood Itssood Itsgood
good effect on sentiment but the more moreurgent moreurgent moreurgent
urgent demand for stocks which it itstimulated itstlmulated itstimulated
stimulated yesterday yesterda was evidently
from uncovered shorts and with the thesatisfaction thesatisfaction thesatisfaction I
satisfaction of this demand d mand trading to today today today ¬
day became languid and indifferent indifferentSuch IndifferentSuch IndifferentSuch
Such operations oper Uons as were aone seemed seemedto
to be for the purpose of nursing the themarket themarket themarket
market and guarding against a recur recurrence recurfence recurence ¬
fence ence of weakness Commission house housebusiness housebusiness hopsebusiness
business was reported re orted to be of Insig Insignificant insignificant insignificant ¬
nificant volume The perception grew grewthat grewthat
that the relinquishment of gold from fromforeign fromorelgn fromforeign I
foreign enters while it might consti constitute constitute constitute ¬
tute a resource against a lnst severe damage damagefrom damagefrom damagerrorn
from money mone stringency In the New N w
York market was by no means calcu ¬
lated to provide a redundancy of offunds oftunds offunds i
funds such as might stimulate an un unrivaled untlvaled unrivaled ¬
rivaled speculation Whatever may be beNew beNew beNew
New Yorks ability to draw on foreign foreignmoney foreignmoney foreignmoney
money markets it is believed that a aperiod Itperiod aperiod i
period of considerably higher rates for formoney formoney formoney
money Is still inevitable between now nowand nowand nowand
and the period when the movement of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crops is completed The govern governments governments governments ¬
ments figures of domestic exports for forAugust forA forAugust
August A gust throw considerable light on the thecommand thecommand thecommand
command of foreign credits estab established established estabhlshed ¬
lished the exports of cotton amount amounting amountIng amountlng ¬
ing to 321816 bales as compared with
109832 in August of last year As the thecomparative thecomparatf thecomparative
comparative price of cotton between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the two periods has become adjusted adjustedalmost adjustedalmost adjustedalmost
almost to an equality the increase in invalue invalue Invalue I
value for forthls this years export has In Increased increase Increased ¬
creased crease < over 11000000 11000000With 11000000rUh 11000000With
With rUh the increase in value of bread breadstuffs breadtuffs breadptuufs
stuffs principally due to the outgo of ofcorn ofcorn ofcorn I i
corn and of f provisions added the in increase increase increase ¬
crease in value of exports for last year vearIs yearIs yearis
Is raised to 16833901 It is known knownalso knownalso knownalso
also that some large payments have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made for railroad securltl s trans transferred transferred transferred ¬
ferred from the hands of local syndi syndicate syndicate syndlcate ¬
cate holders to foreign purchasers It Itis Itis ItIs
is evident therefore that heavy ob obligations obJlgations ohllgations ¬
ligations are due to this center from fromforeign fromforaibll fromforeign
foreign markets Sterling exchange exchangesteadied exchangesteadied exchangesteadied
steadied here hereand and the suggestion found foundcredence foundcredence foundcredence
credence though the exchange bills billswere bmswere billswere
were being purchased ac n n t for the theremittance theremittance
remittance of Japanese f nds on de deposit deposit deposit ¬ I
posit hero to London the process rocess which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has developed of late whenever exchan exchanhas excbanlies
has developed of late whenever ex exchange exchange cxchitnge ¬
change rates went to a profitable level levelfor leveltor levelfar
for that operation operationIt
It was generally expected as well that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Bank of England would make a afurther nfqr afqrther
further fqr her advance in its official dis discftunt discQunt dieequnt
cftunt rate attomorrows session of the thegovernors thegQvelnors thegQverflors
governors in order to interpret a fur further further furthor ¬
ther obstacle to the loss of golfl by Lon London ¬
don Meantime the subtreasury con continued continued ¬
tinued Its large inroad on New York Yorkbunk Yorkl111nk York1ink
bunk reserves reserves the absorption reached reachedsince renchedsince reachedsince
since last bank statement rising to toover toover toover
over 5000000 Copper fell easily In InLondon iiitondon h
London and was marked martted down a frac fraction fraction fractlon ¬
tion on the > pound poundb here re The character characterof
of the days dayisadvnnc advances s In stocks st cks awak awakeifed awakeried awakcued
cued dlsturst They were alleviated alleviatedduring alleviatedd alleviatedduring
during d rlng the latter part of the day and andin andin andhi
in the final hour prices fell below last lastnight lastII
I night nlg ht throughout The closing was waseasy Wasoasy waseasy
II easy easyBonds oasyBonds easyBonds
Bonds were irregular Total sales salespar sal salespar s spar
par value 2650000 United States States2s
2s declined ii i while the old 4s advanced advancedand advancedy advancedand
y and the new 4s 1h 1 on call callStock callStock cahiStock
Stock Quotations QuotationsSales QuotationSales QuotationsSales
Sales High Low Low Close CloseAdams COSdams CloseAdams
Adams dams Ex 240 240Ainer 2tOAmer 240Amner
Ainer Amner C F 1200 etshetshetaoin etshetshetaoinAmalg etshetshetaolpAI otslietshetaolnAdlaig
Amalg AI 1alg Copper 36100 82 8 81 815 Sl SlAmer SIAmer S1Amer
Amer C F 1200 36 41 5i 5 35fi 35fiI 3514Preferred
I Preferred 200 99 99 9S 9SlAmer 9SAmer 9S54 9S54Ainer
lAmer I Cot Oil 2811 38 38Preferred
i Preferred 90i 90iAmer 00 00Amer 90Amer
Amer Ex 226 226lAjner 2i1AJner 225tAmer
tAmer H L LiPreferred LI L4referred
I Preferred 3200 35 31 31St 82 82Amer 32Amer l lAmer
Amer Ice 100 26 2654 26 2654 2654Amer 26Vs 26VsAmer 6 6I
Amer Am ere L 011 17 17Preferred 17preferred 1 1Prefcrred
I Preferred 100 40 40 40Amer 3G 3GAmer 30i 30iAmer
Amer Loco 2700 50 IM 48 4054 49 49Preferred 4 41Jreferred 4iPreferred
Preferred 200 113 112 113
lAmer S Ref 43400 128 125 WiPreferred US USPreferred t tPreferred
Preferred 1700 I joo 12S 12SAmer m 11 11Amer 1lTt 1lTtAmer
Amer Sug Ret Ref 2150 100 13911 139 13054 130 130TOb 130Amer
Amer Tob pfd pfdcert pfdcert pMcert
cert certAna 1800 101 10134 10B 101 101Ana 101Ann
Ana Mining Co CoAtphlson 1m 113 112 111 111Atphlson 111Atrhison
Atphlson AtphlsonPreferred liMo M ro 9054 908 908I 9iflPreferred
Preferred PreferredAtlantic 1100 105 10 10154 IIHIfi IIHIfiAtJuntic 104LAtlantic
Atlantic C Line LineB 2400 400 18 15554 1M 163 163n 154 154B
I B O OPreferred 3000 llr 11l 1i13 ll11Ji ll11Jireferred 111 111Poferred
Preferred PreferredBrook referred 1100 9i 9754 9i 9754 l 975 975Brook
Brook R R Trans TransCfn 25000 0654 6i UIU 07 07Can
I Can Cp Pacific PacificCeM 16400 l 107 i ll 11554 165 165Cent lOe lOectht
Cent of N J JC OO 212 21 212 212 212I 212C
C Ohio OhioC UOO I IH IH IHc 54C
C c Alton AltonPreferred AltonPreferred 3fJ 3fJPreferred
I Preferred PreferredCr 78 78C 75C
Cr C G W WC 2000 21 213k 21 2l3 21 21C 21C
C Nw NwC GOO 215 15 21434 W 213 213c S SClI
C ClI c M r St P PCVTer 21400 17711 l 171 ri7 ri7Cirer 177cTer
CVTer Trans TransPreferred 17 17Jreferred 17Preferred
Preferred PreferredC 36 36Cx 3034 3034CtCStL
C Cx CtCStL < C C St St L LCV 00 00C 90C
CV C P jr I IC 1 4100 414 4 4V4 42 42C 424 424C
C South South1st 2m 2m1St 27 271t
1st Preferred Preferred2nd Pref rred 200 IIA i4 tr 53tj 01 01nd 012nd
2nd nd Preferred PreferredCon 2000 4 49 41 41 41Con 41Cun
Con Gag GagCorn roo 181 113 183 183Cttfn 1811Corn
Corn Products ProductsRreferred 000 10 1054 9 9j 9 9BrQferred 9referred
referred RreferredD 100 00 191 4 4 4754 18 18D 48D
D Hudson HudsonPreferred goo 1814 17 2li 2liu 2174k
Dt L u 1 0 0Dt 5
Dt 4k R G 100 i H 3 a aP U Ur
Preferred PreferredDlsSec P r ferred 100 81 SO SS SSDlsSec SSDis
DlsSec DlsSecBrie Dis Sec 708 4514 41 it 41 41BrIG J1 J1Erie
Brie 5iI1OO 52 51 a 51 51lbt
jt 1 t Preferred Preferred2nd 400 sn S 82 8 8Tnd 52 52nd
2nd nd Preferred PreferredGaiu 2900 75 75 7411 7411Gf 7434Gii
Gaiu Gf n Electric ElectricHook 210 182 IS 181 181Hppk 181Iouk
Hook Hppk Valley ValleyIly 100 00 92 9 92 9 9TIlJ 9254 9254Ill
Ily Ill Central CentralIntPaper 3000 liSt 179 1781h 1781hIn1 17854lilt
IntPaper IntPaperPraferred lilt Paper roo 2Q 20 20 20Preferred 2054 3014 3014Iraferred
Preferred PraferredIntPump OO SO SO SO SOIn SOfat
IntPump IntPumpH In fat Pump 100 00 26 2 26 26Hi 26i 26H
i
H Hi osays says theIr property Is not for sale saletrfat saleUrat saletifat
trfat they will mine the ore and ship shipHa shipHEl shipHe
Ha has great confidence that they ann oanopen annonen canoien
open up a big mlnothere mlno there one that will willbe willhi willbe
be hi worth several hundred thousand dol dolt dolKlngman dolttngman dol1ngman
t ttngman
Klngman Miner Colonel H G Heffron Heffronthis Heffronthis Heffronthis
this week visited the mines of the Chlo Chloride Chloride ChlorIde ¬
ride section In the interest of O P PPn PpAre PPnov
Pn pAre ev Cnlnn COI011 l Heffron H ffron states that hft hftbelieves hBbeliees h hbelieves
believes the Chloride ChlMldesection section has a great greatfuture grentfutur greatfuture
future before It that all It needs Is IsIntelligent IsInwlUgent ISintlllgent
Intelligent and systematic working of tho thomn6s thomfncs thominas
mn6s mn6sThe mfncsThe minasThe
The directors of the New York Bo Bonauza Bomlizu Bannpza
nauza mlizu company met Tuesday night antI antlorganized ttOtlorgunlzed antIprjanized
organized with the same officers that thatserved thatserved thatserved
served last year ear Plans for the future futuredavelopment futuredo futuredevelopmdnt
davelopment do elopmcnt of the mine were discussed discussedand discussedarid discussedand
and the expectation ex pect aUon is that the result resultwbrit resunof
of lhE t dWlb pJIQqf a VUJ bt bt Jee seen InPU InPUwbtltoIexe In 1 1wht1efe4utdd
wbrit wbtltoIexe wht1efe4utdd executetl t d during llrlngU1e the months fo foJ tlfco tecome
co come e
J OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERStock OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERStockBroker OBERNDORFERSto
Stock StockBroker Sto k Broker BrokerTel BrokerTeI 1 1Tel
Tel Bell 792 1G1 S Main St Sti <
> i r
° M 82 82Iowa 82Iowa w wIowa
Preferred 100 82 s
Iowa Central JX JXPreferred 28 28 28Prinerred i iPrtterred
Preferred v tN i iK 56 56I 66K
K I C Southern 200 26 26Prof 263J 26 26Pro 25 25Pruterred
Prof Pro Pruterred erred 100 10056 56 i iL 5515 53 5 5L
L Nashville 6900 149ft 149 147 14nil 148 148Manhattan 148Man 148Manhattn I
Manhattan Man uttun L 100 1155 1044 U 185 IB5Y 165 165Met 165Met 105Met
Met Securities S II gOO f82 82 Si Sl SlMet 154 154Met
Met StBy St Ry loSOQ 126 1 254 126 127 127Mox 127Mex 2i 2iIex I
Mox Iex Central 110Q i10 1J8 23 3 28 28M 2 23MSLL
M MSLL 1 St L 71 71M 71M 71M
M St P Sault SaultSteiMl SaultStear SaultSteiL
SteiMl 8000f 3000 OOO 141U HI fl 133 13St 3954 140 140Preferred HJPro 14t154 14t154Preferred
Preferred Pro erred 7700 166ft 166 166 166 166Mlfj 166MIs
Mlfj Pacific 22900 196 101 1O 1OM
M 1C IC T 700 7QOWc Sm i4 34 8H 3454 34ft 34ftPreferred 34 345tPrerred 1 1PreClrred
Preferred 400 f1 1 n 54 fIlA fIlANationl1l
National Lead 700 A6t 16 6K 46 46 46IV 46Ii 46N
IV R R of f M MPreferred MPreferred I IPreferred
Preferred i 85 85N 3N 35N
N Y YCentral Central C20Q 149 14954 147 Hi1I 147 147N HiN 147N
N Y 0 W 1700 IS 54V4 6t 54 MTtk MTtkN 54N
N Western 1700 84 S 84 StY 84 84PrMerred 84PrOferred
Preferred 90 90N 90l 9054 9054N
N American 1 1 98 9SPaQffc 98Paific
Pacific Mall 300 00 4i 41th 44 4454 41 44Pennsylvania HIij HIijPennsylvnnla
Pennsylvania 24600 148 14S 14 143 143Peoples 143Peoples 143Peoples
Peoples Gas 400 103 102 10 102 102P 102 102PCCSLL
P PCCSLL C C St L a 81P SiP
P Steal Car 300 44 43 48 48Preferred 4SVt 4SVtPr 43Preferred
Preferred Pr ferred 95 95Pull 9 9354 9354Pull
Pull Pal P l Car 200 248 243 248 248Reading 241Rea 246Reading
Reading Rea Un 33100 119 118 HS HS1st 11S1st 1151st
1st Preferred 300 91 91 91 912nd 912nd 912nd
2nd Preferred 800 50 95V4 95 95 9354 95 95Rep 9354
Rep Steel 2100 21 20 20 20Preferred 20Preferred
Preferred 3300 90 9011 89 89 89Rock 89Rock
Rock I Co 10100 33 32 2 32 32Preferred 32Preferred 3234
Preferred 300 79 79V 79 79 79Rubber 79RubberGoods
RubberGoods Rubber Goods 100 34 31 34 34Preferred 34Preferred
Preferred d 102 102St 10t iosSt
St t L S SF SF2nd P P2nd F2nd
2nd Preferred Pre rred 200 67 GTs 67 67i 677k C7 C7St 0734
St L SY S 100 25 2534 2S 25A 24 24Preferred 2414 2414Preferred
Preferred 100 62 62 61 61S G1S 6134
S Pacific 74200 6S1 6S 6854 67 67 67Preferred 67Preferrd 67Preferred
Preferred 100 120 120 119 119S 119S 11934
S Railway 5900 900 35 35 3554 35 35Preferred 35Preferred
Preferred 400 101 10154 101 I 101 101T 1014 1014T
T C Iron 4600 S8 say S6 8654 SSV SSVT 858 858T 8554T
T Pacific 1200 37 36 3614 3C 3CT 36Y 3034TStLW
T TStLW St L W 27 27Preferred 27Preferred
Preferred 200 57 67 5754 57 57LT 57U 7 7U
U Pacific 76700 1 13 131 131 Unf UnfPreferred 13134Preferred
Preferred 93 93u 93U
u S Ex 122 122U 122U 122U
U S Realty Realt 100 90 90 80 SOS 80U 80U
U S Rubber 400 49 4 49 4934 49 49Preferred 40Preferred 49Preferred
Preferred 300 108 108Y 108 107 107U 107U 10754 10754U
U S Steel 67900 37V6 30 3054 36 36Preferred 36Preferred 3654 3654Preferred
Preferred 24800 104 108 101 103 103V 10 10V 103V
V C Chemical 1500 31 30 3054 31 31Preferred 31Preferred 31Preferred
Preferred 100 100Wabaah l00Wabash 10634 10634Wabash
Wabash 800 21 21n 2134 21 20 20Preferred 20Preferred 2014 2014Preferred
Preferred 100 41 4154 41 4154 s 41 41Veils 4154 4154Wells I IWells
Wells Fargo Ex 230 30West 230West I IVest
Vest West Electric Ji 166 166West 166West 166West
West Union 1100 100 91 94Y 91 91h 94 94W 94Y 94v
W Y L E 16 16Wis 16VIs 1654 1654Wis
Wis Central Central900 2900 32 30 W1i 31 31Preferred 31N 1154Preferred
Preferred 3100 100 60 60 59 5954 68 68N i9N 593k 593kN
N N P 1500 211 21n 209 2091h 200 200Cent 200Cent 200Cent
Cent Leather 900 41 4154 = 4 41 4n 4114 41 41Preferred 41Preterred 4154 4154Preferred
Preferred 700 104 1014 101 1041 104 104Sloss 101Sloss I v
Sloss Shef 3400 95 9 9534 92 92 93 93Bond 93v 93vBond 9354Bond
Bond Quotations QuotationsU
U S refund 2s 2S Mex Cent 4s Sl Slregistered 81relistered 8134 8134registered
registered 104 10434 Mex Cent Is inc 24 24U 21lh 21lhU
U S refund 2s 43 1041 1041coupon 11 11coupon 1043 1043coupon >
coupon 104 > M St L 4s 97 97IT 97
IT U S 3s reg 104 M 1C I T 4s108 4s108U 4sM 4mm 102
U S 3s coupon104 > M K T 2s 87 S7U 87U
U 7 S n 4s reg134 Natl N tI R R R RU oJ oJU if
U S n 4s couplirt I Mex con 4s 84 84U StU 8414
U S o 4s reg104N regllt reg 10434 N Y C gen genU genU genU
U S o 4s coup105 3s 3 354sAm s 99 99Am 99 99Am
Am Tob 4s ctf 76 7614 N J C gen 5s131 5s131Am 5s13414 5s13414An 5s 131 131Arm
Am An Tob 6s ctf116 ctf11614 No Pac Is 105 105Atclii 1 105Atchi
Atclii pen 4s 105No 10i 10534 No Pac 3s 77 77Atchi 71A
Atchi adj 4s 99 N W V con 4sl08 4sl08At 45108At 4si08At
At C Line 4s101O 4s10l 0 S L L rfdg 4s 96 96B 9 9B 96B
B Ohio 4s 105 10 Ipenn Penn con 3s 105 105B 105B
B Ohio 3s l ½ s 95Read 95 95 Read gen 4s 103 103C 103C
C of Ga 5s 114St 11454 St L I M MC MC
C of Go Is inc 9S IIS54 con 5s 117 117C 117C 117C
C of Ga 2s inc lJ41hISt SG Si St L S F fg
C Ohio 4sl07 4s10H4 4S 4 88 88C 88C ssC
C Alt 3s 31 S2 82SL St L S W 55 con conC conC conC
C B Q n I 4s 83 834s 8334
45 102 l0634lSea Sea Air L 4s 90 90C 00C 90C
C R R I P R R So O Pac 4s 95 95R 9ilk
R 4s 83 So Ry 5s 120 120C 126 120C
C R L I P R T Pac Is 124 124R 12R 124R
R R col 5s 94 T P St L W WC WC V VC
C C C St L 4s Sfc Sfccen 868 868en 86gen
gen en 4s 103 1031 U Pac 4s 105 105Chi 100Chi 10554
Chi Ter 4s 95 U P con 4s 133 133Colo lMCoIQ 133Cob
Colo Cob Mid Id 4s 75 75Y U S S 2d 5s 97 97Colo 9714
Colo So 4s 93 Wabash Is 118 118Cuba l1SIi
Cuba Sa 8 ctf 105 1 Wabash Deb B n72 n72D 72 72B 72D
D R G 4s lOl HVestn lvcstn estn Md 4s 90 90Dis 9Dls 90Dis
Dis Sec 5s 81 W L E 4s 91 91Erie 911
Erie pr lien 4sM2WIs 4SIO 4s10254 TIs Cen 48 95 95Erie 95 96Erie
Erie sron on 4s 94 Jap 6s 2d series100 series100Ft
Ft W D C Jap 4s 4 41 ctf 90 901st OOJ
1st 1 k1131hJap 113Jap 113 Sap 2d series 90 90Hock 00H1cn 90Hock
Hock Val 4 4sU2 434s all2 112 ICOlo Cole Ind Bs A 73 73Japan 73Japan 7354
Japan > 6s otf 101 01 Cola Ind 5s B 71 71L 71L 71L
L N uni 4sl04So 4lW 4n10634 So Pac 1st 4e ctf 96 96Man 96Man
Man Con sold I IMetal IMetal IMetal
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNew MarketsNew
New York Sept 11 ltThe The London tin tinmarket tinmarket tinmarket
market experienced a sharp break pre presumably presumably prosumably ¬
sumably as a result of speculative liqui liquidation liquidation Ilquidation ¬
dation and closed at 146 2s 6d for spot spotand spotand spotand
and 14510s 145 lOs for futures The local mar markot markotwas markot
kot kotwas was easy eas in sympathy with spot spotquoted spotquoted spotquoted
quoted at 31S7e250 31S7e250Copper 3187 31S7ffI3250Copper 50 50Copper
Copper was easier in London closing closingat
at 200 09 for spot and at 263 68 17s 6d for forfutures forfutures forfutures
futures The local situation is reported reportedto
to be a shade easier with lake and andelectrolytic andelectrolytic andelectrolytic
electrolytic quoted at 16001637 16OIG3iIh al although 81thoUlh aitlmough ¬
though some dealers still claim that thatsupplies thatsupplies thatsupplies
supplies for immediate delivery can hara haraly haraly harely
ly bo secured except at advances on the thooutside theoutside timeoutside
outside figure quoted Casting Is held heldat heldat heidat
at 15751612 15751612Load 157 15761612Lead 6121f 6121fLead
Lead was quiet and unchanged at 6S6 68fi
690 in the local market and at CIS 13 17s 6d 6din Gdin
1 in London LondonSpelter LondonSpelter LondonSpelter
Spelter was also unchanged in both bothmarkets bothmarkets bothmarkets
markets closing at 26 in London and andat andat andat
at S80C690 fi80 690 in the local market marketIron marketIron marketIron
Iron was steady abroad with Middles Middlesboro Middlesboro Middiesboro
boro quoted at 41s 6d and standard foun foundry foundry bundry ¬
dry at 47s Gd Locally the situation is isreported Isreported Isreported
reported firm No 1 foundry northern northerni6oOfjJ725
16601725 16 Nos2 No 2 foundry northern ICOOtf IGOOtt167fi
1676 No 1 foundry southern at 1626 IGS
1676 and No No2 2 foundry southern at 157541
1625
Money Silver Etc EtcNew EtcNeW EtcNew
New York Sept 13 13Close 13CloseMoney 13CloseMoney Close CloseMoney
Money on call firm and steady steadyper 2 2per i34C3 i34C3per
per cent centi closing bid 2 254 offered 2 234 per percent Ilercent percent
cent Time T Time me loans firm sixty sixt days daysper 3410
4 per cent ninety days 44 45f4j six months months4Vll montas4Sf4
4Vll 4Vllme
me mercantile paper 44 4 4544f434 per percent porcent percent
cent centcling cling exchange steady with acutl acutlbusiness acuUbusiness acutibusiness
business in bankers bills at 4S5054S510 4S5054S510for 4S505t8610for
for demand and at 48240648215 48240 > J5 for sixty sixtyday slxt slxtda sixtydar
day da bills billsPosted billsPosted billsPosted
Posted rates 483484 ana 4850480 4850480Commercial 48543486Commercial 85t 80 80Commer
Commercial Commer lal bills 482 4824p18254 4824p18254ar S2 S2Bar 14 14ar
Bar ar silver 62 62Mexican 62Mexican 62Mexican
Mexican dollars 47 47Government 41Goyernment 47Government
Government bonds Irregular railroad railroadbonds railroadbonds yilroadbonds
bonds Irregular IrregularTreasury Jrr 1Ular 1UlarTreasury r rTreasury
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementVashington StatementWashington
Washington Sept 13 13Toda 13TOdays Todays s state statement statemept statement ¬
ment of the treasury balances in the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general fund shows Available cash bal balances balances halances ¬
ances 129678205 gold coin and bullion
57743835 gold certificates 39788250 39788250GRAIN 339788250GRAIN 39788250GRAIN
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago PROVISiONSChlcago
Chicago Sept 13 13Rellef Relief in a heavy heavymovement l100vymovement heavymovement
movement of wheat Impending in the thenorthwest thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest produced weakness in the thewheat thewheat thewheat
wheat market today toda At the close the theDecember theDecember theDecember
December delivery was firm firmSentiment firmSentiment firmSentiment
Sentiment in the wheat pit was w rather ratherbearish ratherbearish ratherbearish
bearish at the opening the December op option option option ¬
tion being off a shade at 83 8334 The origin originof
of the easier undertane was a continua continuation continuation continuation ¬
tion of clear weather in the northwest northwestIt
It was Inferred that as a result arrivals arrivalsof
of new wheat from the farms would be bematerially bematerially bematerially
materially increased Notwithstanding Notwithstandinghowever Notwlthstandlng11owever Notwithstandinghowever
however that the days receipts of wheat wheatat
at the northwest grain centers were more morethan morethan morethan
than double the receipts of tho corres corresponding correspondlng correspending ¬
pending day last year the demand from frommillers frommillers frommillers
millers today was so urgent that all of oftodays ottOdays oftodaYs
todays arrivalswas readily disposed of ofThis ofThis ofThis
This fact temporarily checked the free freeselling freEselUng freeselling
selling of wheat here On a fair demand demandfrom demandfrom demandfrom
from a leading bull the market soon be became became became ¬
came quite firm December advancing to
83 The upturn was hastened by re reports reports reports ¬
ports from Canada to the effect that thatthreshing thatthreshing thatthreshing
threshing returns from Manitoba showed showedan
an increase in the number of complaints complaintsregarding complaintsregarding eompiaintsregarding
regarding small yield On the bulge a alarge alarge alarge
large majority of traders in the pit re recurring recurring recurring ¬
curring to the idea Id a of Increased receipts receiptsnorthwest receiptsnorthwest receiptsnorthwest
northwest seemed eager to take advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage of the higher prices The result was wasa
a quick reaction Part of the selling was wasi wasattributed wasattributed
i attributed to bearish European advices advicesAccording advlcesAccording advicesAccording
According to a prominent English crop cropstatistician cropstatistician
1 statistician the wheat crop rop of France is isi IsI isestimated
i estimated at 320000000 bushels compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith
I with 292000000 a year ago Reports from fromIndia fromI frontIndia
India assert that the wheat crop there thereI therehad therehad
I I had bean greatly benefited ben flted by heavy rains rainsi rainsIin rainsin
i Iin in provinces where drouth had previously previouslyprevailed prevlouslI prevIouslyprevaIled
prevailed For Desember the lowest lowestpoint lowestpoint lowestIzOint
I point was reached at S2S234 s 34gs2 11S2 The Th mar market market marlcet ¬
ket Closed weak with December at 82 82Clearances S2Clcuroncag S2s S2sI
I Clearances of wheat and flour were equal equalto equalto equalI
I to 151000 bushels Primary receipts were
1015000 bushels compared with 992000 992000bushels 992000bushels 99200bushels
bushels a year 001 ago Minneapolis Duluth Duluthand Duluthand DuluthaimS
and Chicago reported receipts of 719 cars carslQsti430 carsar8 carsngatuht
ngatuht lQsti430 43 cars cam last week and 469 cars a ar ay3i
y3i Fl r Vturo r0 r rs81ir K j jii
s81ir ii > asreut JJt > ofunsettled of4nscttled of unsettled weather in the themw0le tbeiij themiddle
middle iij 1ewc west t the cornmarket eorn market wasrqulte
form early in the session in ii spite of lib liberal liberal lii liieral ¬
eral primary receipts The market closed closedweak closedweak eIOedweak
weak with prices at the lowest Iow st point of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day December opened unchanged to toa toa toa
a shade higher at 4343 to to437i to43 43 sold up
to 44 and nd then 43rn43 declined decl ned to 43 4354 FIriiil FIriiilquotations Fh1 FiduIquotations 1 1Quotations
quotations were fiire at 43 4 Local recetpts receiptswere recetptswere recetptswere
were 276 cars with 127 contract grade gradeSmall gradeSmall
Small local receipts had a strengthen strengthening ¬
ing influence on the oats market Tl TiLe Tltemarket TiLemarket e emarket
market closed firm Decemberopened Decemberopeneda December opened openeda
a shade higher sold up to 27 2754 and closed closedat
at 27 278 Local receipts were 219 cars carsProvisions carsProvisions carsProvisions
Provisions were weak following a 10 10cent 10 10cent 10cent
cent decline In the price of live hogs hogsAt hogsJt hogsAt
At the close quotations on pork was off off12c off12e off124c
12c at 1217 I 17 Lard was off 12 121 at
672 67234 Ribs was down 5 cents at 635 635Estimated 635Estimated 635Estimated I
Estimated receipts for tomorrtw Wheat
45 cars e rs corn 401 cars oats 19 cars carshogs carshios
hogs 33000 000 head headThe headlu headibe
The lu leading futures ranged as follows followsWHEATNO followsWHEATNo foliowsWHEATNo
WHEATNO WHEATNoOpep 2 2Open
Open I High HighSepTi8J i LQW j Close CloseMay Ciose152
SepTi8J t tee 152 i5154 L2 L2Dec
Dec ee 483k 181 I34 flI Is2s2Is24 Is2s2Is24May
May iS5eS S51153430 > 1 Ii30 I ICORNNo2 SH SHCORNNO 5 534 534CORNNo
CORNNO CORNNo2 CORNNo2I 2 2I 2I
I Open I High HI h hSept 1 Low LowSept I Clese CleseSept
Sept o53 o53Sept 83 S SSept 162W
Sept n52 n52Dec n n5254 ili iliDee f5333 554
Dec 045 045OATSNO o4554 t15154 4s 4 1
Dec a 4545I4454 4 Iu t t1a 4334 t1 t1May
1a May 43 43m14434 tS J43 J43OATSNo 143 141134 141134OATSNo
OATSNO OATSNoI 2 2I
I 0 Open en I Iept F HIgh 1 Lon I iose ioseSept
Sept ept I I204 46 O p23 p2327
Dee 27 t j274 27 27May
May 4 J8 MK 2034 < taVZ 224 WQSt WQStMK ra raMESS 2954 2954MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer Per bbl bblI I
I Open Opent 1 High I Low I J I Close CloseJt CloseSept 1 Se SeSept
Sept Jt 1512 1512ct l5l34
Oct ct 147tt 14 7t 11470 10 1450 1460 1460LARDPer 1400Jan 1469Jan
Jan 1123f 11237 1j3714 J121734 12171 12171h 12171hLARDPer 121734LARDPer
LARDPer 100 100lb 100lbI Ibs IbsI Ib IbI
I Open I High I Low I Close CloseSept CloseSept CloseSept
Sept 765 755 736 7357116 7357116Oct 736 736Oct
Oct 760 760 737 72134 740 740Nov 740No 740Nov
Nov No 742 74 742 7A 720 I 720 720Jan 720Jan 720i
Jan 687 687 6 t 672 67 i 2 I 672 672SHORT 67th 67thSHORf 1L7234SHORT
SHORT RIBS nIBSPer Per 100 100Open Iba IbaI Ib9Open
I Open I High I Low L w I Close CloseSept CloseSept CloseSept
Sept SeptOct j I 815 815Oct I
Oct J 857 85734 857 860 O 852 852Jan 852Jnn 85254
Jan 1 642 64 645 635 635 615Cash 635Cash 635Cash
Cash quotations were msereas as follows followsFlour followsFlourFirm followsFlourFirm
Flour FlourFirm FlourFirmWheatNo2 FlourFirmWheatNo Firm FirmWheatNo
WheatNo 2 spring 86S8 S6 No 3 Sif SifNo 81 81No2 81G85 81G85No
No No2 2 red 81S2 81S2Corn S1fIU62CornNo 81m452CornNo
Corn CornNo CornNo No 2 52 5 No 2 jellow y llow 5 5rntt 5 5OatsNo
OatsNo rntt XTrt 2 O Ortl X XT > i O nVtf white > O i iNo
2 201h No 2 22I 22INo3 54
No No3 3 white 262S 26 26RyeNo2 26142S54 A
Rye RyeNo2 No 2 G2 G2Barley 62 62BarleyGood 62BarleyGood
Barley BarleyGood Good feeding S6887 3t fairto fairtochoice fair to tochoice tochoice
choice malting 42fWS 42fWSFlax 424SFlax
Flax Seed SeedNo No 1 IW No 1 north northwestern northwestern northwestern ¬
western 110 110Mess 110Mess 110Mess
Mess Pork PorkPer Per bbl 15101512fc 1510 l151 l151L8rdPer <
LardrPer 100 lbs 735 733Short 735Short 735Short
Short RibsSides loose S45850 S45850Short 8A5850Short 84541850Short
Short Clear ClearSldes Sides boxed 8750000 8750000Whiskey 875 87541000WhiskeyBasis OQoJ OQoJVhlskeyBasis
Whiskey VhlskeyBasis Basis of high wines 129 12Clover 129C 129CloverContract
Clover C CloverContract Contract Cont act grade rndell00 1103
rndell00I
I Bee I Ship Shipilour Shipl Shipilnur
lour l barrels I 39400119200 39400 19200 19200Wheat
Wheat bushels jlOOGOO 36000 36000Corn 36000Corn 36000Corn I
Corn bshelus S2S0001SS700 S2S0001SS700Oats S28000185700Oats OOOI5700 OOOI5700Oats
Oats bushels I 5SQWO117eOO 5SQWO117eOORye 5804001117600Rye 580400j117600Rye
Rye bushels 14000 1000 1000Barley 1000Barley 1000Barley
Barley bushels 164900 1IH900102OO 1IH900102OOLIVESTOCK 10200 10200LIVESTOCK 10290LIVESTOCK
LIVESTOCK MARKETS MARKETSChicago MARKETSChicago MARKETSChicago
Chicago Sept 13 13CattleRecelpts Cattle Receipts 21 21j
000 lOc lower Steady Stead Good to prime primesteers primesteers primesteers
steers 375 3Taf615 < > lo stockers and feeders fee lers < 240 240i30 240Sfn30
Sfn30 i30 30 cows and heifers 150g4GO Texas Texasfed T Texasfed xas xasf4e
fed f4e steers 8256430 3530jwesternsteers3ltJip 3530jwesternsteers3ltJipJO western sheers steers Sltfts
455 JO
455Hogs Hogs HogsReceipts JOHogsReceipts Receipts today 24000 Weaw WeawlOc 5 5lOc 6SflOc
lOc lower IxMed and butchers utcbers 520580 520580good 520 520411580good SO I Igood
good to choice heavy 530g6SO rough roughheavy roughheavy roughheavy
heavy S0625 light 61g675 pigs 4SU 4SU5SO 400pReceipUJ 49415SO
5SO 5SOSnfeep 5SOSIPeepReceipts
Snfeep SIPeepReceipts pReceipUJ Receipts 3500 lOc lower Sheep Sheep366SOO Sheep366f
366f 366SOO 00 lambs 440765 440765Kansas 44Ofi05Jansas 44041Y705lmansas
Kansas City Cit Sept 13 ISCattleRecelpts Cattle Receipts
15000 Steady to 10 cents lower Native Nativesteers Nativesteers Nativesteers
steers 400590 native cows and heifers heifers600 heifers1ia00
1 1ia00 > 600 OO stockers and feeders 2506420 2506420bulls 2505J420buiis I Ibulls
bulls 20081 00310 calves 00C50 western westernst westernstrQ westernstnr
st strQ < T 3 nW 1 r rc = w VeUtrfl a Qt Tn cows 17S0325 17S0325Hogs 17132iiHossRecelpts 175Sf325HogsReceipts
Hogs HossRecelpts Receipts 8000 Market 5tiij 5tiijlo fiUloHlo Walslo <
lo < jju I bUtS 515530 51 f1530 heavy heavy510SS30 heav heavilQ1 heavy510Sf63O
510SS30 ilQ1 16ZO packers 515537 515 53 pigs and andlight andlight antilight
light 475525 475525Sheep 47 475Sf526SheepReceipts 26 26SheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 6000 Market 10 cents centslower centslower centslower
lower Muttons 42S625 42 lambs 550 58041
700 range wethers 42 4 42541626 62G few ewes ewes35It50 ewes35041i45G
350460 350460Omaha 35It50Omaha 35041i45GOmaha
Omaha S Sept pt 13 13CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts 5000 5000Steady 5000Stead 5000Steady
Steady Stead Native steers 375610 cows and andheifers andheifers andheifers
heifers 27 275SfISO 275 4W 4JO western steers 300 3004S5 300
485 Texas steers 275C385 cows and andheifers andheiters andheifers
heifers 200gS20 OO 20 canners 1506330 1506330stockers 15O 15041330stockers 330 330stockers
stockers and feeders 225 225125 < M25 calves calves2506S50
2506S50 2 50 bulls and stags 22SLt3a 22SLt3aHogs 225r 22341330HogsReceipts 3 O OHogsReceipts >
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 6000 Market 10 cents centslower centSlower nt5 nt5lower
lower Heavy Hea 500620 5 = mixed 510325 510325Light 5O 5104132Light 5 5I
Light 5153S pigs 450fiOO 450fiOObulkor 450fiOObulkorsales bulk of ofsales ofsales
I sales 52G525 52G525Sheep 52t 52041525SheepReceipts 2i 2iSheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 19000 Market steady steadyWestern steadestern steadyWestern
Western estern yearlings 480g620 480 wethers 450 450M80 450t80
M80 t80 ewes 4250450 425 450 lambs 650 65OiiSO 65OiiSOButter 65041480Butter SO SOButter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNew
New York Sept 13 13Butter Butter firm un unchanged unchanged Unchanged ¬
changed changedI changedEggs changedEggs
I Eggs firm unchanged unchangedChicago unchangedChicago unchangedChicago
Chicago Sept 13 1301 On the product ex exchange exchange oxchange ¬
change today the tl e butter market was wasI wassteady wassteady
I steady Creameries 17 17412054 < 20 dairies 16y 161h
18 1834
18Eggs Eggs steady stead at mark 16 1634 firsts 18 18prime 18prime 18prime
prime firsts 20 extra 22 22Cheese 22Cheese 22Cheese
Cheese steady stood 1112 1112Pacific 1l12PJcific 114112Pacific
Pacific Coast Grain GrainSan GrainSan GrainSami
San Francisco Sept 13 13WheatEasier 13WheatEasierDecemb 13WheatEasierDecember Wheat Easier EasierDecember
December r 122 122Barley 132BarleyEasler 1112BarleyEasier
Barley BarleyEasler Easier December 101 101Coffee 1tilCoffee 101Coffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew SugarNew
New York Sept 13 13CoffeeSpot Coffee Spot quiet quietNo quietNo quietNo
No 7 invoice 8 1116 mild steady steadyCordova steadCordova steadyCordova
Cordova 1013 1O 13 The market for coffee coffeefutures coffeofutures coffeefutures
futures opened quiet at unchanged prices pricesin pricesII
in II ir line with favorable cables Foreign Foreignmarkets Foreignmarkets Foreignmarkets
markets closed without material change changeand changeanLl changeand
and receipts continued light but there therewas therewas therewas
was very little demand here and toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the close coe the market turned easy and andscattering andscattering andscattering
scattering offerings for long account were wereIn wereIn wereIn
In evidence The close was steady Sales Saleswere Saleswere Saleswere
were reported of 54000 bags Including includini IncludingSeptember includingSeptember
i September at 690 December 710720 710720January 710 71041790January 7 7January
January 710 March 720740 720 40 May Ma 530
41710 710 Julv 750 750Sugar 750SugarRaw 750SugarRaw
Sugar SugarRaw Raw nominal fair refining 3Vi 3Vicentrifugal 3 3centrifugal 354centrifugal
centrifugal 96 test 3 Molasses sugar
2 3 Refined quiet quiet4MMI quietH
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4 How Ho many people are ordering coal coalthis 4 + A Athis
+ this month in car lots You know knowits knowits knowits
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DAIRYPRODUCTS DAIRYPRODUCTSV DAIRY PRODUCTS PRODUCTSt
V t ARE R RE SCARCE SGASCECreamery S SCARCECreamery G A C E ECreamery
Creamery Butter Advances to to t 26 26Cents 26Cents 26Cents
Cents a Pound Wholesale WholesaleBUT WholesaleBUT WholesaleBUT
BUT EGG MARKET WEAKENS WEAKENSTOMATO WEAKENSTOMATO
I
TOMATO PRICES ADVANCE AS ASSUPPLY ASSUPPLV ASSUPPLY
SUPPLY DROPS OFF OFFThe OFFThe I ITho
I IUsel
Tho The scarcity or t of dairy olr products du is making makingitself makingitself
itself known on the loea local market Cream Creamery Creamer Creamcry ¬
cry er butter advanced to SS cents a pound poundwholesale poundwholesale
wholesale and it is likely that next nexf week weekthe j
the retail price will flash to 35 cents a apound apound
pound But little ranch butter is to be behad behad behad
had and only onl a few pounds come in daily dati
Eggs are quoted at 625 to 875 a case caseFor cueFor caseFor I
For the past week the supply has been beenshort beenshort
short and the heavy demand has kept keptthe j
the dealers busy taking care of their cats customers catstoniers tllitomers ¬
tomers No eastern eggs are on the th i mar market millket market ¬
ket at present but one of the whole wholesale wholesale wholeSale ¬
sale dealers said yesterday that in all allprobability aUprobability allprobability
probability orders would be forwarded to tosend tosend tosend
send in a shipment in the course of ten tendays tendays I
days Utah cream cheese is selling at 13 13cents 111cents
cents a pound wholesale but not much muchof muchof
of the home product is coming onto the themarket themarket
market marketTomatoes marketTomatoes
Tomatoes sold yesterday for 3l7 175 a box boxwhich boxwhich
which is 25 cents higher than last week weekThe weekThe
The supply is gradually dropping off and andthe amidthe
the dealers advise the housewives to buy buythem buythem
them now beTore they are touched by the thefirst thefirst
first frost The market was again load loaded loaded ¬
ed yesterday with peaches and they sold soldat soldat
at almost any price from 75 cents to 125 125reached I
a cMte Another shipment of pineapples pineapplesreached
reached the market yesterday and the thefruit j
fruit and vegetable stands were filled filledwith Wailwith
with most everything in season seasonREAL I IREAL
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSSarah TRANSFERSSarah
Sarah A Whittemore to Chester D DPratt DPratt
Pratt lots 10 and 11 block 4 1 Bel Belmont Belmont
mont SOS 608Mary SOSMary
Mary L Bascom to W H Mono Monohan Monohan
han lots 19 and 20 block 2 Walk Walkers Walkers ¬
ers sub subRhoda SO SORhoda
Rhoda C Corless to Robert E Cor Corless CorlOss
less lot 2 block 22 plat A AHoward SW SWHoivard
Howard E Corless to Robert E Cor Corless Corless ¬
less lot 2 block 22 plat A AJ 230 230J
J W Culley to Hattie D Wagett Wagettlot Wagettlot
lot 2 block 27 plat G 1500 1500John 0 0John
John L Lawson and A Lawson Lawsonto
to J M Anderson land in section
16 township 1 south range 3 3west 3mvest
west 156W 156WChilion 111050Chilion
Chilion L Miller to Chillon W Mil Miller MuIcr ¬
ler land in section C townshIp 2 2south 2south
south range 1 east eastFritsch eastFrltsch
Fritsch Investment Co to John JohnStern JohnStern
Stern lots 40 and Thorndyke ThorndykeDaniel 155 155Daniel
Daniel Heber Kimball to Martha MarthaNelson MarthaNelson
Nelson lots 28 an3 20 block 11 For Forest Foreat ¬
est Dale 1750 1750comes 1730comes
comes only to the man or orwoman woman wha whais whiis
is of strong nerve keen brain and andboundless andboundless
boundless energy To perfect these thesequalities thesequalities
qualities in those who lack them we weput weput
put up Palmo Tablets They Ih y do the thework thework
work and besides are great for the thekidneys timekidpeys
kidneys induce restful sleep and andmake andmake
make you look and feel years younger
60 cents Book Free Address The TimeS
S R Feil Co f Iland I land O OFor 0For
For sale by F J Hill Drug Co CoNotice CoA
A flour that backs the advertis
ing bears out the aaierUon of the thegrocer
grocer and sustaimms the guod guodrecord
record of time cook cookHUSLERS
HUSLERS HUSLERSFLOUR
FLOUR FLOURALWAYS
ALWAYS ALWAYSNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOffice ContractorsOffice
Office of Board of Public Works WorksSalt WorksSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 7 1995 1995SEALED 1306SEALED
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE REceived REceived
ceived at this office until 3 p m Wed Wednesday Wednesiay ¬
nesday Oct 4 1905 for constructing the theextension theextension
extension of the gravity outlet sewer Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City and at that time and place will willbe mviiihe
be publicly opened and jread jreadThe ead eadTime
The approximate quantities are as fol follows foilows ¬
lows lowsEarth lowsEarth
Earth excavation for sewer 7000 cu yds yds22x42in yds32x42in
22x42in concrete sewer E000 lin ft ftBrick ftBrick
Brick masonry 3d cu yds ydsSetting ydsSetting
Setting iron and steel steel10000 10000 lbs IbsSetting lbsSetting
Setting steel reinforcement50000 Ibg IbgInstructions ib ibInstructions
Instructions to bidders together with withspecifications withspecifications
specifications and forms for contract and andbond andbond
bond can be obtained upon application at atthe atthe
the office of the board boardiof of public works or orcity orcity
city engineer engineerThe engineerThe
The right Is reserved to reject any and andall andall
all bids bidsBy bidsBy
By order of the board of public works worksE
E A WALL WALLGEO WALLGEO
GEO W BITER Chairman ChairmanCity ChairmanCity
City Engineer EngineerNotice EngineerNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOffice ContractorsOffice
Office of Board of Public Works WorksSalt WoeksSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Sept 7 1906 1906SEALED 1906SEALED
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE REceived REceived
ceived at this office until 3 p m Wed Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday Oct 4 1005 for constructing the theintercepting theintercepting
intercepting sewer and pumping station stationSalt
Salt Lake City and at that time and place placewill placewill
will be publicly opened and read readThe readThe
The approximate quantities are as fol follows 101lows ¬
lows lowsEarth lowsEarth
Earth excavation for sewer 48000 cu yds ydsEarth ydsEarth
Earth excavation for pump pumpI pumping
I ing station 1109 cu yds yds30x4
I 30x45 concrete sewer 5560 lin ft ft27x42 ft27x42
27x42 concrete sewer 4700 lin ft ft28inch tt28inch
28inch brick sewer 8liB Hn ft ft16inch ft15Inch
16inch vitrified pipe sewer 4710 Hn ft ft12inch It12inch
12inch vitrified pipe sewer 3909 Un ft It6inch ft6inch
6inch vitrified pipe sub subdrain subdrain
drain 6508 Hn ft ftWood
Wood subdrajn < 15 M MPortland 3 3Portland
Portland cement concrete concretein
in pumping station m eti e yd ydBrick yde ydeBrick
Brick masonry 440 on yds ydsSetting yd ydSetting
Setting iron and steel 3H 1S50 GI Ibe IbeSetting lt ltSetting
Setting steel reinforcemant115000 lbs IbsGravel lbsGravel
Gravel filling MO cu c yds ydsPiling ydsPiling
Piling in sewer trench lMu Hn ft ftLumber ftLumber
Lumber In sewer founda foundation foundation ¬
tion 1 M MInstructions MInstructions
Instructions to bidders together with withspecifications withspecifications
specifications and forma for contract and andbond madbond
bond can be obtained upon application at atthe atthe
the office of the board of public works or
t I city engineer engineerThe engineerI
I The right is reserved to reject any and andall andall
all bids bidsBy bidsBy
By order of the board of public works worksB
I E A WALL WALLGEO WALLGEO
GEO W BITER Chairman ChairmanI
1 City Engineer
UNITED STATES SMELTING SMELTINGSALT Cog CogSALT
SALT LAKE CITr CIT UTAH UTAHLead UTAHLead
Lead and Copper Ores OresThe OresThe
The United States Smelting Company CompanyIs
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FAVORABLE TO SHIPPERS SHIPPERSADDRESS SHIPPERSI
I ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS COMMUNICATIONSTo
To Salt Lake City Utah UtahCONSIGN UtahCONSIGN
CONSIGN ALL SHIPMENTS AS FOLLOWS United States Smelting SmeltingCO
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When shipment ia made please NOTIFY US PROMPTLY und if ifPUBLIC ifPUBLIC
PUBLIC SAMPLER Is preferred DESIGNATE WHICH ONE also des designate designate ¬
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H S YOITsTG Cashier CashierE
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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHWAIKR UTAHWAKR
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CAPITAL PAID IN INA J300000 J300000A
A thoroughly modern savings depart department department ¬
ment conducted in connection with tiffs tiffsbank tJsbank
bank bankDeposit bankDeposit
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J E COSGRIFar COSGRIFarPresident H P CLARK CLARKCasWer CLARKPresident
President Cashier CasWerOpen CashierOpen
Open an Account With WithAn WithCommercial
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DIRECTORS DIRECTORSW 1 1v
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Moses Thatcher Vice President PresidentEllas PrealdeatElima
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L S Hills John R Barnes John 550 C CCutler CCutler
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Wm F Armstrong president presidentByron presidenti6yron
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BRANCHES BRANCHESFour BRA1CHESFour
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> sit t Account Solicited SatfemMory SatfemMorysrvice Sstlefjtesryfiervice
fiervice srvice Guaranteed OuarttntoedFrightful GuaranteedFrightful
Frightful Suffering Relieved RelievedSuffering RelievedSuffering
Suffering frightfully from the viru virulent v3rulent ¬
lent poisons of undigested food C G GGray CiGrayson
Gray Grayson son of Lula Miss took Dr Kings KingsNew KingsNew
New Life Pills with the result be bewrites bewyites
writes that I was cured All stom stomach stosUach ¬
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g the mouth ule ulcers ulcersfalling rs rsJailing
Jailing hair bone bonepains bonepains
pains catarrh and dont know it is isBLOOD isBLOOD
BLOOD POISON Send to DR BROWN
385 Arch St Philadelphia Pa for fortie forBROWNS
BROWNS BLOOD CURE 300 per hot hottie
tie lasts one month Sold in Salt Lake Lakeonly Lakeonly
only by F C SCHRAMM First South Southand Southand
and Main strecfv strecfvEstablished atrecitlEstablished
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The Oldest and Largest LargestGEORGE I IRGDUNcQ
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