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Coram Withdraws Suit and Joins JoinsPurchasing JoinsE
E Purchasing P rohasig Company CompanySMELTER CompanySMELTER Coma y ySMELTER
All Al hitches hlohe in th the dqal dll i h by which hlh the theBalaklala te tealaklala theI3a1akIala
Balaklala alaklala companys ocuJpnya mpny mlnau mIn in incounty Shasta Shastacounty Shut
county cCunty California CaUforla go t g to the White Vhlt Knob Knobcompany Knobmpany no
company mpany on a 8 busts bn ba I of approximately approximatelyfcOOOOGO loroxlmatelY loroxlmatelYfQO kpproxlmatelYoooooo
fcOOOOGO fQO oooooo hav have l be n removed removo and nd th the an announcement anrouncemet fl fltouncemt ¬
nouncement rouncemet Js ji made by the principals principalso plncplS princlpaSboth
o i both bth sides lde that the sale Sle will wi b b be eon eonfumuted tn tnum conumated
fumuted um ted according ac ordlng to schedule > cheule and that thatthe thatthf thatthe
the bundll bulldtn of a Wg bI smelter at the prop ¬
erty t tlt rt will wi wiI be preceded Prclt bl Imeler with wih at once ont At
tht t tJl l conference conferenc in which W V F Snyder SnyderL
1 L H lr Buhl luhl George Baird Hlrd C 1C K Mc Mcirnick McttIutk
< irnick rnl < ll Joseph Joph A Coram and 11u1 other otherJui otherlUtIIIJIJte otherJtrtulpted
Jui lUtIIIJIJte Jtrtulpted tinpHted the last named withdrew
las III name wihdlew
suit it1t against the Balaklala company companyjoined companytrd
cmfun cmfunwifd
joined wifd trd the White Whie hLte Knob Jorce Jarce Sorc and is isiunv isUI ISJtW
iunv is keenly intereatedin interete ltItereStd In seeing alng nt the thetransaction thet thetLL4r1Nactjo
transaction t 4lRacton finally finaly clotted clO KB iK ia i l any mem memV
ot thl the purch flurcheuiing ing company companyhW
Ivkrythlng V rythlng has hW been straightened Itnichtene out outsaid outald cotad
said ald air 1r McCornlck during durInG dtirIit the tTi afternoon afternoonana atternoi atternoind
ana nd the deal will wH be b closed clO as lK origin originally orgln orglnIdl ¬
ally Idl outlined outined The he property will be beequipped boqtl hocqu1jjjct1
equipped qtl IJ II with a smelter > melr Just as a soon an aa aaIussiule a a1SSibie
Iussiule 1 IS811Ic and an aa much of the plant at
Maukay Malkay a Il as can cln be made available aalable will willlit w1
lit l used in the construction can trcUou and equip iaiuiII2rr1 Iuil
nvTit nvtt 2rr1 of the new works
Wuhard lJuud Iliard I Snyder work who has ha engineered engineeredtn
th > deal for the lialakiala lalakhta company camNny engneere of ofwhich ofvluch ofvhtch
which he Is manager stated that H I few fewtrays few1S fewtIa
trays 1S additional addltanal time tme had been bn granted grantedtnt gnmtedthl Kraflte1tht
tnt purchasing JlrchallnJ company in which to toperfect totfcd toperfect
perfect tfcd details detail but he expected cxpte that that the themutter th thmater thmatter
mutter mater would be b entirely nUrel closed elO up UI and andthe IJW IJWthe andtho
the sale made a 8 thing of the past with within within withlr ¬
in five we w weeks ks kl from now or by b the end endof endcf endf
of f October OctoberWhen Octob Qctobcrw r rhen
When w hen the Balaklala Balaklala property luorty was rec recomm le ieelnrntnded
omm 11mnled lnrntnded nded to the KimberlyBuhl ICmbrlBuhl syndi syndicate Bndicatf synditatc ¬
cate catf better bter known a lUI as the Western tern Kx Kxploration lix lixplraton
4 ploration plraton company by Mr Snyder some somethree sme smethree somethrce
three years ear ago it was wal with a declara declaration delar tioclarathin ¬
thin ton on his hb part that If money was aa spent spentin spnt spntn
I in n Us development the property could couldbe culd culdbf couldb
be b converted into on nt of the biggest biggestCupper bigget biggetp biggestCPLwr
Cupper p tr propositions lrolHlton in the west At the thetim thetimE thetim
tim timE of Mr Khnberleys l < lmbrle1 death arrange arrangeinrnts arrangen
inrnts n nta were being bing perfected crfecte for the equip equipnint elulp elulp1nt oquiprn
nint 1nt rn nt of the mines min with Hh large Jarae smelting smeltingworks smeltlg smeltlgworks smeltingrks
works rks and whllt whie the deal just closed closedluiy c closedI1s <
luiy I iY b bt considered can here as al a I good go business businesstransaction bmlnei busineest4insaction
transaction from a f profitmaking prtl makinc stand standu Btandmt standv1flt
u v1flt > int them is 11 little ltle or no doubt that thatLid thatllid thathd
Lid Mr Klmberley Khn rl y lived 1 the White hle Knob Knobcompany Knol Knobcimpany
company would never have been ben able to toGt tag tog
Gt g t the mines mine for the price they the are areyuying areyin
yuying yuyingOPTION IYins IYinsOPTION yin yinOPTION
Pitsburg Pittsburg Talent Is Buying Into Deep DeepCreek DeepCreek DeepCreek
Creek Mine MineAt MineAt MineAt
At the Dewey companys cmpnyl property pro rt in inthe InHI inth
the HI th Deep Iep creek crek section lecUon a I closedown clodown of ofshort or1lnrt ofuhrt
short 1lnrt duration durton was wai ordered rdere a few days daysag dasug daystgi
ag tgi There lhere is j no trouble at all al at the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property but the order was wal given lal lala n na a aa
a nsult rt IJ ult of the pendency l1ndenc of an opuon OJhOt gven for forone forom forOct
one of the largest lar8t interests Inteta in the Ue corn cornpa cm cmV1Y ernap11y
pa p11y V1Y iy that is I running In favor favo of PituLurfcr Pt Ptlur Pitu PittaIurg
Lurfcr lur capitalists capitalistsTh cUJltalbtl
Th Tll L h fate of the deal will wH be b known knownduring knowntring knowndurmg
during tring the next few days tly said uk Secre Secretes Srt Secretr ¬
tes Lir J M 1 Hamilton Hanlion yesterday eterday and then thenwork thenrk thennQrk
work < rk will wi b eresumed trlumed again and with wih in incrcaaed II Incrcued
crcaaed rclsfd vigor as W we now feel fel certain certainthat certl certaintIiit
that the district dlstljt is II going to enjoy enjy the theluiufits theii
luiufits ll ii ndits of railroad rairt comnumicatian cODnmniUan dur durifr dU dUl durJ1a
ifr the 0 next twelve toel months manth That is i all allthut aUthi altthtt
thut thi l we need n 1 Altogether loether we have made madefive nlide nlideft madef
five ft f shipments thlpments of ore from fron our property propertyr proert proertct
ct < > r that ran all al the way from fron 900 9 to 1 1MU 1OlnCe Iiiinces
MU ounces OlnCe of silver > iver 10 ii to 12 1 per r cent cnt cop copjvr ep eppr eoppr
pr i > to 12 I per cent lead and a little littlegold ltte lttegld littlegu1d
gold Being pr four miles mle from Ibapah Ibph in ineasterly insttrl Insterl
easterly sttrl sterl direction diretion our property is 11 too toodistant toodtstuiit
distant dlstult from the tw smelters smeler to permit prmi of our ourhauling ourbalding ourLailIng
hauling anything but the best bt slcteJ slcteJrock klettl klettlrode setectotrotk
rock However Howe r we have any amount of ofiro oftr r rcrt
crt tr that will wi bring from frm Jtt to t more than thanJ1w than1wi
J1w 111 1wi > per ton and ant when the desert dert is isuinned il Isauned
ronnel uinned by the Western etern Pacific a a few fewmonths fewmunths fewnnths
months hence helef we shall shal be b able to market marketMs marketllt
llt Ms t of or ol that it i is I useless usle to mine minevM mine1cr
vM i 11cr l 1cr r present presnt conditions notwithstand notwithstandjuK otwlth tAn tAnllih
juK 1g its is excellent excelent value when compared comparedwith Cmlard Cmlardah comparedsith
with ah ores ore of nearby Itarb camps campsA
A new lew tunnel has Ias been ben camp atarteVl It8rt 1 which whichs hleh hlehI
I s 4 dHigned ligne to open Ot the tb mine at f n 1 addi addittnal atdl atdlnal adtUU
ttnal U nal depth of 300 U feet fet or more This Thist Thltnml
tnml t iuel will wl be b pushed IHUlht into the ledge le e and andore andon andort
ore bodies hoie during the winter 1lnlr and then thn we weh weIhtl wettil
Ihtl h ttil ill be I In shape to make the property propertynur
nur fur > than pay its Is way WiY and an4 with reas reasoiuiViie ras rasItlle renat1le
oiuiViie Itlle railroad rairod Py rates rate across acr0 the desert desertit dert derth desert14i
haul to toa toadi toa
it 14i H L comparatively otpratvely short wagon Ilon haul
a iiuding adi g station itaton we can cn build buid up a I aur aurIus aurT
Ius T is at the same ame time timeIVw tme timeF1w
IVw 1 people peple Mr Ir Hamilton Hamion said could couldappreciate culd culdarllredate eouhtaIIrelate
appreciate what the railroad rtUrd was M8 going goingto gln glntJ
to tJ do for tie tle Deep Creek Crk region rgon and andfewer andI ld ldf
I fewer f Wfr still sti could understand undertand what the re relun reIll relu7l
lun Ill would do for the railroad when the theopportunity thepportuniy thecportinity
opportunity came a me He declares delar the rich richest rlchst richcst ¬
est st mineral one sne In Utah is i being bln reached reachedad
ad II d that u t tremendous temendaus mining boom b will willfollow wil vIIttoilOW
follow tulow the completion completin of the road roadJACOBSON rl rlJACOBSON roadJACOBSOi
Knows Nothing No hing of Having Been De Deposed Deposed Dcposed ¬
posed at Columbus Con ConJfs Conhs ConIts
Its all Greek to me said id Manager ManegerAiy anger
1 Aiy 1 iiy n Jacobson Jaloln when whl1 asked Ukl upon upn his hi re return r return ¬
turn from the Columbus ColumbU Consolidated Consliated last lastniftht lastrAiitht 81t 81tTAht
turI niftht whllt there ther wag In II the published publishediiurt publishedI
iiurt I liort 0rt that he us had he Mn been n relieved nUevet of his hteposition hI hisTiSitloil
position JJsllm and that that he was Wa to le b succeeded succeededly iucced
ly 1 y Ravenal McBeth eB th former torlter manager 1tna r ot ottiift ot citle
tiift t Lucky Boy at Custer CUlter Ida le uH Jf a I new newmanaser DeWmnaer newntger
r lucky
manaser ntger has be IbeII > n selected Ilect I know kow noth nothjtih nothIn sethITi1
jtih In of It i and I have no knowledge knowlge that thatay thatIthhlK thatLithiflg
ay IthhlK thing of the thf kind kIn is i brewing blewhl I ap appreciate aPJHtjate anpecatc ¬
preciate JHtjate the fact tac that such iUCl a thing tin could couldhave couidhp couldhtppen
hp htppen n or eUne course but In this Initnce Instance I Iht Ih
have ht h xe to plead Dled ignorance IJrnee of having hvin been beenadvised bn bnadhud beenathlsed
advised that the move wa Wa was on foot footWhen tot tothen footWhen
When hen asked aske what there the was to the thestory the6tJr thestory
story 6tJr Clarence Clarene K McCornlck Mcornic vice Ice presi presidfnt pre presidnt
dfnt of the company said he had bd no noknowledge DOknuwlege nokilUwledge
knowledge dlt that cmPn such a change cbne had been beenmade ben benmade beenmade
knuwlege He Hethought Hethnu HeN
made or r was In contemplation entemllatOn
N thought thnu ht the story stor originated origlnate In n the recent recentwithdrawal recentwithdrwal recantisithdrawsl
withdrwal withdrawal of f Mr r Jacobson Jacb from frm the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Columbus directorate directorateIor dlretonte dlretonteIor
Ior all that there ther appears to be some sometiling someI
I thing or al another brewing appr in the Columbus ColumbusConsolidated Columbui Columbuiloldate Columbusmolldnted
Consolidated molldnted family For one thing the thenun themifl theThin
nun mifl loldate is now famiY paying pyin handsomely hand mel and the theor thet
or c t bodies Jdl are opened o up UI In a most mot prod prodigal prodIgal prodIgal ¬
igal fashion Such ne a I condition cndtof of things thingsIn thht
In almost almot any kind of a corporation corpraton la laenough I Itlugh Isenough
enough tlugh for an envious eye e to be b cast ct In Inthe Intl Inthe
the direction of the management and andwhile andwhie andwhile
tl while directon the credit crei of making a bonanza Inanz of oftho ortho ofthe
whie tho Columbus Consolidated Consoidate can n never be betaken betaken
taken from frm Mr fr Jacobson Jacbn who has h been beenconstantly ben benconstanty beenj
j constantly In harness harne from the moment momentthe momentthE momentthe
the thE constanty first shot wn Wa was fired tred in the campaign campaignof cmpign cmpignor
of development It may b b be that his hb scalp scalpIs salp salpI
Is I being belnJ sought souehtHARD sOUJbt sOUJbtHARD soughtHARD
I Work So Plentiful Plentful in Bingham That ThatThey ThatThey ThatThey
I They Shift Often OftenLargely Ofen OfenLargely OftenI
r Largely because of th the difficulty dlttlculy ex experienced exJ cxl ¬
l perienced In bU8 keeping good miner mIner at work workManager work1anager workI
I J Manager rlence A keeplnl L Jacobs Jacb go of the ButlerLib ButlerLiberal nuterLb nuterLbfral ButlerLibIt ¬
It 1anager eral fral has Just awarded awarde a contract ctract for Ml Mlfeet lOSr
r feet te t of work In that property propertyWhile praprty praprtyVhle
1 While we have been b n employing only onlyabout onlyabout onlyr
r about Vhle twenty men at the mine said ld Mr MrJacgbs MrJaNb Mri
i 4 Jacgbs during lurlnl the afternoon atenlon the lest taatm Jt Jtmolth lestshowed
m molth JaNb > > nth showed showe eighty eghty name namM on the pay payroll py pyrU pay1lI ¬
roll There is t sp 5 much work going o on in inBingham InBingham InBiugham
Bingham at the present pr ent time tme that mn menare mnnre mnare
are prone to give up their positions pslUo any anywhere anywherc anywhere ¬
where for most mOt trivial trvial cause CUH and go soine soinewhere OIfle OIflet
where else Men are making makln from frm 275 275to Th Thto
t whtrt
of water a astreak astrfak aatreak
to 5325 but an extra fxtra drop witer
streak 2 of f hard ground Jrulld or most any Iny little littlething ltte lttething littlething
strfak thing will cause caue them thtm to take tke their time timeand tme tmeand thusand
and go at some IOnl thing else el As A a a result resultcompanies relult relultmpunics resultr
r 10 operating with I a few men as assteadily Uwe aswe
companies olratn
we are have a time to kep keep runpt runpttteadIY running runningsteadily
steadily arid m make k tme headway hdw In th Ue the work workTh wok wokTh workTime
Th tteadIY Time task ard ahead of us Ul for the present caM caMand eM eMlst ensJust
Just as it well be oeompUheentro oeompUheentroand occompilehed ng esotrao
1 and lst under the circumstances crumstnce lnt I L am sure surejt sureJ sureJ
J jt J can canbo bo done cheaper cheaperChampion ebeaperChampion cheaperChampion
Champion Company Files FilesArticles FHesArUales FiIesArticles
Articles of Incorporation InQmQra llr dfo Q Chum Championi OhaI OhaIIlon Chumnba ¬
pioni Ilon Mining fnipg Co were filed yestnrday
the office of J 1 U l Eldredge Eldre < Jr county countyclerk countyclerk countyclerk
clerk clerk The he company cmpany is le capitalized cpitalzed for for1M6Q for18M for1OoO
1M6Q 18M divided divIde Into 10cent l cent shares 500 5 5000c
000 0 0c share lr shares to t remain in the treasury treasur The Thecompany Thecor Thecompany
company cor any owns OWJ th t the Ground Squirrel of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the O S I i of f the Grand View the theCrescent theCret theCrescent
Crescent Cret Fairvi Flrvlw Fairview 4 w Kagle 18 and und Morning
Str Star claims clalml in > Ider Creek district Cus Custer Custsr ¬
ter county IdtfTTo Ida p F F R Hall Hal Is i oreai oreaidtmt prei preident resL resLdent
dent dent C T Mixer xer ycepreldent vicepresident R It T TBadger 1 1Bdge 1Badger
Badger Bdge secretary secrtry and treasurer tesurer they the with withJ
J B 1 Frtok Flck and In A D Mallery lIaJer constitut constituting consttut consttutin constitutirtg ¬
ing in th the board hd of directors directr Other stock stockey stok stokholder stOckiokiers
holder iokiers are Owen McGlntl Frnk Frank Swe Sween
ey Mike Madden Tim Connell 0 nnen Joseph JosephRovelle J0eph J0ephRovUQ JosephRovelle
Rovelle RovUQ C H Hall J A KIrby H l D DWoodruff DWortf BWoodruff
Woodruff Wortf Walter Vler Fitch FitchMINING Ftch FtchMINING FitchMINING
Lower Mammoth Came Near to Being Beingthe Bting Beinjthe
the Whole Thing ThingDuring ThingDurng
During DUIh yesterdays Yedy trading on the min mining minInK mimiIng ¬
ing exchange echlutle ft total of 12800 11 shares share or orstock oritosk ofstuk
stock itosk th th the alt ssUli wtiinx value Idu of which was wasJ34IOW WS wasa41050
J34IOW 415 changed change hands handl During the fore foranoon fore forenon forenoon
noon non Low Lwv Lower r Mammoth was the only onlystock onlYstk onlystock
stock stk to score sr a sale Ie and ad It I cut close clO to tobeing tobing tobeing
being bing the whole wbJe thing tin in the te afternoon afternoonFrom afteroon afteroonFrm afternoonFrom
From Frm an opening opning at 33 S cents cnU It I rose rOC roselb stead steadily steadiy ¬
ily iy to 39 3 i cents cnt and then with wth orders orderswell orderswell orderswell
well filled tied it I eased s off of to 37 3 cents centsCentury centsCentury
Century came em out with wth 200 2 shares at atM
M 1 cents cnts May 1lay Day was quite active activearound actve actvearound activearound
around Sam movert movertup moveOup
m 71 cent cent while whie Uncle moec
up to 3 30 cents cent For Star Consolidated ConsolidatedlOVi Consaldate
lOVi cents was paid Id and Victoria which whichhas whlebhas
has been be n inclined Inclne to weakness wekn s for say several sv sverl sayeral ¬
eral erl days da sold sld 000 9 IlOOshares shares ahare at atFollowing 1 1Following
Following Folowing is ll the tQ list of final fnal quotations quotationsand quottons
and record rcord of sales made during durng the day dayForenoon d dayForenoon Y YI
I Forenoon II Afternoon AfternoonBid Afernoon
Bid I Asked I Bid lAsked lAskedAlice AlodAlice
Al Alice I IAjax 100 tio tioAjax i i14V4
Ajax Aax 1 1Cartoa II 14V4 1 143 12 1 15 13Car 15Caries
Caries Car W WCreole 17 1 I J 1 19 19Crele l9Creole V V3D
Creole CreoleCon Crele CreoleCon I 3D j
Con Mereur 41 41Daly 4544 1 51 51 t 12 12l 2 2Daly I 5
Daly Jly M MDalyJudge l lS lSDalyJudge 128 12
DalyJudge 000 000DalyWast 60 650 65 600 Sfl C35 42 G GDalyWest
DalyWast DalyWet 1SW 1SWK 13 1325 1325ioa 1 1Z2B I
K J B B 100 100Llttl 10 ioa 10 100Little
Little Lite Bell BellL Bel 175 1 lW lWt lQL
L 1 Mammoth MammothMammoth 1lammoth t 7V ½ S SMammoth
Mammoth 1 11S 11SMay 1t 130 13 114 11 114May
May Day Dy dt dtOntario 07 0O 01 111 W t tlTOntario >
Ontario OntarioP 280 5 20 20 205Patro
P Petro PatroltHonieatk tro t n nItHoroe
ItHoroe UHometk ltHonieatk tk 1 4fi 4fiSil 3
Sil King MW MWSacramento Ar 6000 tO 5080 W8 I 8000 80 5000Sacramento
Sacramento Scr nto Io 08 08SH 10 1 10Sit I ISII
SH SII Shield ShieldStar Shiel 22 t 18 20 tO4 tO4Star 14 14Star
Star Con I ISwansea 1 V4 I 10 t lUVfe 10J 1O 1OSwansea
Swansea Sane SwanseaS 1 25 25S 5S 25 30
S Swansea Swal SwanseaSunshine I ISunshine 1 05 O
Sunshine Sunshineir Sunthlne 1 1T 88
ir T S MInri ln1 37M 37MUtah Ii 9009 10 I 9610 9610SO 350utah I
Utah a 35 V VUncle SO 5 40 49 40m 49Uncle 49Uncle
Uncle Sain 31 31Victoria m 39 294 3 IX IXVictoria 3Victoria
Victoria 186 186Boaton 1 315 t 200 205 205S50 200Bo 205Boston
Boston Bo ton Con I 700 700But 1 S50 50 700 850 880M 850But 850But
But Libral 05 05B M 05 06B 054 054B
B B Tun Conj Con I 64 64Century 07 I ICentury
Century 1 19 II IfInKot UIngot
Ingot I Ol eiiI 1 1Joe 81 51II 1I OlVi 01 01 01otj 01Joe 01Joe
Joe Bowers I tlVtl tlVtlLittle otj ot am 1141 om omos oHLittle 014 014Little
Little Chief ChiefNew I os 0 I 01 01 01New 01New
New York 1 3l 3lTetro I ¼ I 38 I1 I 21 21Tetro I 24 m mTetro
Tetro 1 0W 0WVictor 10 I
Victor Vlet r Con I 08 08WabM8h 1 55I 03 1 G118 G118Fabtul111 55 55Wabash
Wabash 14ft I IYankee 180 II 196 15Yankee l I IYankee
Yankee Con I 311 311KmeraM i I 35 30 30C I IRmfOrakl IBmerhI
KmeraM OS i iR I I IRAna II
R RAna Ana I IWiuie C j <
Wiuie Rock 5 I 46 It ItNevada I INevada INevada
Nevada Stocks StocksGotuBon StocksGOIU StocksGBon
GotuBon GOIU oR 05 11 11MontTon os osMontTon
MontTon 295 J5 I 3K 3KTonopah 3 I ITonopak
Tonopah f lfiO lfiOTonoBx 1500TonoEx 100TonoEx I
TonoEx I 5QD 5QDForenoon 5 5Forenoon 0 0Forenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesLower SalesLower SalesLower
Lower Mammoth 100 lOO31c lOO31cOpen Ui01cOpen c cOpen
Open Board BoardMO BoardIIOO
MO eo Lower Mammoth at Ole ccIiOO
IiOO 00 l Lower ower Mammoth at 34 3lc 3lcltd ic c
100 Lower Mammoth at 5JAc 5JAcL01tl 3SMcoii 3 Mc Mcaoo
aoo oii Lower Mammoth lanu oth at KVic KVicShares IG IGShares 554cShares
Shares sold l8 l8Selling 1 1SeUln 1850 1850Selling
Selling SeUln value 11 11Afternoon 19 19Afternoon 1SAfternoon
Afternoon Sales SalesLower SalesLower SalesLower
Lower Mammoth ieOg It1ff117 l50Z7c 7c e Kl KlVictoria JroeIc lOO tc 410 4101OOtiJ8c 45041Ze
41Ze Zc 1OOtiJ8c Mflac 1 ISOV ISOV3c
311 3c l 15S1e 15S1eVictoria c cVictoria
Victoria s
Open Board
200 00 0 Century at lOc
100 Lower Mammoth at Ewe rr
1000 May Day at 7c 7 c
3000 May Day at TVic 714co 7eL000
2090 o May 1a Day at 7 e > seller 30 A A20iM
20iM 00 May Day at 7c 7cWO
WO New N w York at 23e 23eSCO eIiOO e
SCO Star Consolidated at MVfcc 1
1000 000 Uncle Sam at atShare 3 35j4c 35j4cShares c cShares
Shares sold 11000 11000Selling 11000S 11000Selling
Selling S mng value 379156 379156TonopahGoldfield 2 L7150TonopahGoldfield li15Tonopah
TonopahGoldfield Tonopah Goldfield Stocks StocksJames Sto StocksJames ks ksJam
James Jam 8 A Pollock Co furnish the thefollowing thefOllo1lns thefollowing
following as the closing quotations on onthe onthe onthe
the San Francisco Iirutcl iCO exchange exehan e yesterday yesterdayover e terda terdaover
over th their lr arlvate wir wiNt
I Bid I Asked AskedMonlanaTonopah AakedllontanaTanopah AskedMontanaTonopab
MonlanaTonopah JISTViSSOO JISTViSSOOTono t7 300 300IonOI8h 300lonopah
Tono IonOI8h ah Midway lS7 1i7 lW lWMacnamara 18llacnanara 150Macnamara
Macnamara k 89 40 40Tonopah 40Ionopah 40Tonopsh
Tonopah Belmont 145 160 160North 1110North 150North
North Star r M 54Rescue t K KRescue 16RplICue
Rescue 06 118oGJd I 01 01oGW 05oGhi
oGW Mountain 11 12 12Jim 1 1Jim 1Jim
Jim Butlr 77 I 79 79Tonopah 11ro
Tonopah ro opah Common lS8f lS 1 1400 1400Tonopah HODTonopah 1400Tonopah
Tonopah Extension fUG 660Red fUGRed 550Redop
Red Redop Top W 65 65Goklfield 65GoklfleJd 6 6Goldfield
Goldfield W M MSandstorm K KSandstorm 55Sandstorm
Sandstorm 51 31SluHlstorm 58 58SajHtetorm 5 5SaMietOrm
SajHtetorm Hxtenckm Ifxt lon M 5 5Adams OB OBAdams OSAdami
Adams 06 61 61Mohawk 00Mohawk 1 1Mohak
Mohawk 14 11 JSDixie 11D 11Dixie
Dixie D ixle W 14 14Kendall 14Kendall 14Kendall
Kendall 11 17 17Columbia 1iColun1bia 17Columbia
Columbia Mountain 18 21 21Jumbo 1Jumbo 2tJumbo
Jumbo 1C 73 73Jumbo 7JJumbo 75Jumbo
Jumbo Extension Oft 11 17 t 1 1fliaca W WRlac
t Rlac Butte utte 11 11Silver I it itSilvf t tSilver
Silver > r Pick M W WGolden Wnold lOGoldcn
Golden nold n Anchor AnchorRay iTSSii 418 88 I 80 80Ray 10nay
Ray A OKrten 0 Brten e eOhloTo M MOhtoTonoiwh 51OhloToopah
OhtoTonoiwh OhtoTonoiwhOriginal OhloTo opah 21 21o 25Original
Original o riKtM I BulUrug I 11 t 23 23Diamondfleld 21DiaJ 2 2Ojamondfleld
Diamondfleld DiaJ Ondtleld Ondtleldlone 10 10lone M MLone
Lone Stnr S r M W WIIomeTonopah IiHomeTonopah 10TomeTonopeh
IIomeTonopah 10 11 11Cash 11Cash 1 1Cash
Cash Boy 18 1 f I 19 19Bullion 1 1Ol1 13COM
Bullion BullionBelcber 17 17Belcher
Belcher IJeJc BelcberConsolidated r a 54 54Consolidated I IConaoUdated
Consolidated Virginia l l lOpblr 11S 11SOpb izsOr
Opblr Opb If 8114 i1 iM iMCaledonia IHCaledorda 555Casdonls
Caledonia 11m 11mIJeJc f 41 44Mexican 41l6Xlcan 41Mexican
Mexican loi 110 110Savage 110Save 110Savage
Savage K 55Potost M MPotoaf aPotcNit
Potoaf 14 U UUnton 11Union 1 1Union
Union 50 50Jacket I IJacket 11 11Jacket
Jacket 12 i iExchequer 14 14ECchequer 14exchequer
Exchequer ExchequerXorunMK 1 t tNorcro 51 51XorclCl
XorunMK 1 1Andes IM I 1O 1OAndes 120Andes
Andes AndesScorpion t 2 2Scorpion
Scorpion JJ j t ji jiBoston 11 11Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksA StocksAdventure
Adventure A dveD ture 3 760 Mohawk 5750 67SOAllouex 5750Anoues 5750Ailouez
Allouex 31Wil 3 W El C t C Cma Cethmi ZXty
Vrnl < ma ffl0 0 Did Id Dora DoraBingham BornAm OO OOAID
AID Zinc 900 Daceola eola 11t2 14de4 14de4Atlantic 1ft 1ftAUaRUe
Atlantic 11rrot rrot 6oo 2500Llingham 6ooBingham
Bingham 3075 i5 Putney 10000 10000C
C HI HOO H i S8500 Shannon ShannonCentennial 73 1 1Cent8
Centennial Cent8 pal 3iS2ii oj Tamarack TamarackCoo 1220D 1220DCoo I OO OOCOlt
Coo Ran ntlMJt1 7135 71 iTrtnlty rtnlty S76 S76DalyW 815DaIY 875DalyW
DalyW DaIY W UW ltl U Copper C per 3475 3475Dow 34075Dom 3475Born
Dow Coal 7880 LT S Oil n 1000 10COKranklin 1000lIftkltn 1000Iiranklln
Kranklin IMZ ILl2tYtak Utah 4512 4512Granby 451Granbv 451Y
Granby 750 Victoria 4S7V 4S7Vrale 4 4htle
Isle Rayal Slfl 1i1nUtah Winona WinonaMes 1160 1160Mass 1151MUL >
Mass Mill 1215 Wolverine 11SOQ
Michigan 1iCO 1iCOSan 1100San 14110San
San Francisco Mining Stocks StocksAlt StocksAlta StocksAIta
Alt Alta JWpulla JWpullaAlpha 5511u11t 5511u11tAlpha uUft 08 08Alpha
Alpha Con Co CoalOfustlce CoalOfustlceAmiss 10usttce 10usttceAndes 1 uaUce XI XIAnd
Andes And Jt Lady dy Wash C Ol OlBelcher 02Ileichar tt ttBelcher
Belcher Mexican 105 105B 105atal
B B LWhooktentnl atal C 87 87Bullion flBullion
Bullion WOpbJr It Dhtr htr 535 535Caledonia 5 5lednQ 525eIedonta
Caledonia lednQ fOjOverman 10 10Challenge 10ChaUeQRe 10Challenge
Challenge C ClSlPotoeI lT 151Potosl otosl 14 14Chollar HChonr 14Chollar
Chollar 13 l3Svage vage v e J JnndenCNt soConfidence 6 6roHfldene
Confidence nndenCNt TSScorplon 21 21C 21C I IC
C P I Va 1tIslec l peg = Belcher 05 05own Girown 00Town
> own Point W 11 57err qtprra rr Nevada NevadaextiitiQVer4Iyer > vada Jl JlRxthequer IIPoX1IweIer
Rxthequer extiitiQVer4Iyer 41liver IIer Hill HillC >
1 r C airrnfnn tv rh1lon Con ConH II IIH
H 4k N 1 lWUtah Jlt 11 Utah Con t tNev 11 11NcYi 01 01New
New York Mining Stocks Stocksdams Stocksdama Stocksclams
< dams Con 4 5 Mttle AttIe Chief ChiefAU OS OSAltof 01Allot
Allot AU M L Patarlo hntarlo It tar J O 100 100Brtce 100B 100t1rees
Brtce B 47 prrtilr blr h1r CO COItoenlx 10r 50ThfreJ
r ThfreJ ThfreJT3aSrage Itoenlx l tlx M Mrroii 01 01r
r P L triage
T3aSrage age ageFIom t tflora
flora i r l ft I IfrGft Ierrg av avireI1Or
rroii ireI1Or SuMir 1 IT wa tt KmaU nfI nmI1 Hop IiIopts IiIoptsLeah s sLeadvUfo p00 p00Leadvlllo
LeadvUfo Leah 0 C M 06 Bianflaril f n ariJ 16 165 1
I Ixcess
Admonition Against Speculative SpeculativeExcess s SpeculativeEcess eCulative
New York Sept 2 2The The he call money moneyrate moneyrato niofleYrate
rate today carried an admonition against againstapeoulutivo againstspeouladQ againstspeculative
speculative excess and th the rise in the therate therate I
rate had Its effect in th the stock market marketOperations marketOperAtions marketOpartIons
Operations were conducted with caution cautionand cautionand cautionand
and tho market was under pressure at attimes attimes I IUmes
times Call loan rates advanced to the thehighest thehighest timehighest
highest level of the year under the de demand demand demand ¬
mand for accommodation to carry carryover carryoveruntil over overuntil overuntil
until Monday which Is required under underthe underthe underthe
the stock exchange rules On the other otherhand otherband oilierhand
hand the promise was for a good bank bankstatement bankstatem bankstatement
statement statem nt and operators in stocks were wereloth woreloth were10th
loth to forego fore o the advantage which might mightcome mightcome mightcome
come from from the sentimental eftect of this thistomorrow thistomorrow I Itomorrow
tomorrow It appears apl curi > that the movement movementof
of funds on balance to the interior du during during during ¬
ring the week had hardly l rdly been b en sufficient sufficientto
to wipe out the small gain on the weeks weekssubtreasury weeksub weekssubtreasury
subtreasury ub treasury operations > The cash re reserves reserves reserves ¬
serves of the banks should seem there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore to be little changed from last wek wekThe wekhe wokThe
The principal interest attaches to the theloan theloan theloan
loan Item There has ben some with withdrawals wlthdraats withdrawals ¬
drawals of credits during c1urln the week but butit butit butIt
it is i not clear whether this has been beenon beenon beenon
on the part of the banks or has been beendue beendue boondue
due to some retrenchment on the purt purtof purtof pun punof
of the trust companies on loans pre previously prevIously prevlonsly ¬
viously taken over from the banks A Adecrease Adecrease
decrease decreR iC in the loan Item of the banks banksshould bankshould banksshould
should > result in an improvement of the thesurplus theiurluli thesurplus
surplus reserve > e item Such an improve improvement imllrovement improveinent ¬
ment undoubtedly would waul bo welcome as asa asa
a margin against future naods fods It is not notsupposed notSUPIloscd notsupposed
supposed that the movement of funds fundsto
to the interior has caused coo sed for the sea season seaiin season ¬
son From Sept 25 to Sept 30 mi there wljl wljlfall wijlfltll wtlfall
fall flue a 50 per cent installment of sub subscriptions subscrIptions subscriptions ¬
scriptions to the SlOOOOuOOO Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaconvertible PemuJylanlaconvertible PennsylvaUiaconvertible
convertible bond issues On Sept 30 Is Ispayable Ispayable ISpayable
payable a 37V Pr cent installment on onIoooOOO onm000ooo
82000000 of Atchison convertible bonds bondsBankers bondsBankers bondsBankers
Bankers connected with these opera operations operations operatiomms ¬
tions assert that full payment pa ment has al already alread iiiready ¬
ready read been made In anticipation of the thematurity thematurity thematuriy
maturity of the obligation by b a large largenumber largenumbe largenumbef
number of subscribers in order to save saveinterest saveinterest saveinterest
interest The same is true of the final finalinstallment finalInstallment finalInstallment
installment of the Jaininose loan loanDread loanDread loanDread
Dread of a possible violent flurry in inthe Inthe inthe
the money market late in the afternoon afternoonhad afternoonhad afternoonhad
had something to do with the early de depression depression tiepresslon ¬
pression and when the mqney demand demandfor demandI
for the day was satisfied without any anyactual anyactual anyactual
actual flurry flurr an active demand for stocks stockssprang stocksspran stockssprang
tho thogains thogains thegains
sprang up which extended notably
gains of the strong features and andcaused andcaulMd andcaused
caused a recovery re very throughout to above abovelast abovolast abovelast
last nights level The closing elasln > was firm firmat firmat firmat
at the too tooBonds tooBonds tooBonds
Bonds were irregular Total salos sal par parvalue parvalue parvalue
value S42SOOOO S42SOOOOUnited 4SOOOOUnited 4251000United
United States 2s coupon advanced advancedper
per cent on call callStock callStock cellStock
Stock Quotations QuotationsSalos QuotationsSalas QuotationsSales
Sales High Low Close CloseAdams CloseAdams CloseAdams
Adams Ex ExAmal 2O 2OAmal 340AmaL
Amal Copper 17100 SSU SI S S2 S4 S gJ4 gJ4Am S SAm 82Am
Am C F 1500 36g 36 38 3W 3WPreferred 3Preferred 304Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm itjVl itjVlAm 1tYiAm
Am Cotton Oil 700 81 1 30 30Preferred 30lre 0 0Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm lre PreferredAu rred rredAn
An Express ExpressAnt 6 6lfl
Ant lfl Hide HideLoath HideLoath
Loath pfd 1000 toQ 0 J t tAm 35 35Am
Am Ice 100 1 1m 51 27 2fl 2flAm
Am m Linseed eed OH OHPreferred 17 17Proferred 17Preferred
Preferred PreferredAm PreferredAm IJ IJm
Am m Locomotive 3800 C3J4 1It i 85 85Preferred 5Y 5j A AI 53f 53flreferred
Preferred PreferredPreferred I > lI lIAm 1111 1111Am
Am S R 4400 1rJi iti ½ 174 17I 17IPreferred 127i 127iPreferred
Preferred PreferredAm PreferredAm jl4 jl4Am
Am Sugar Ref 2800 140 14 140i 140 140Acnevtirob H HAm 14Am
Am rob pfd pfdcertlf pMcertif
Acnevtirob certlf 8400 urn 102 jo joAna 1001 10Gi t tAna 102 102Aims
Ana Mln Mm Co 800 117ft 117 IHfc IHfcAtchiaon 117 117 117Atchison 117Atchison
Atchison 600 200 fliy4 m 90 30Preferred 90Preferred 90 90Preferred
Preferred 2700 105 1 104 104Atlantic tl1 tl1Athmtle 0lAtlantic
Atlantic Coast CoastLine CoastLine CoastLIne
Line 5500 l OO 190 187 187Bait 1 19 19BaIL hOBait
Bait Ohio 3400 113 112 112Preferred 1lh 1123f1 1123f1Preferred 112 112Preferred
Preferred PreferredB Ii IiB illB
B R R T 0700 71 08 08Can 00y 7 7Can 70 70Can
Can Pacific 31900 175 1 174 174Cent 174 174Cent 174Cent
Cent of N J 100 100lt SS 3 212 212Ches 21 12 12Ches 2 2Ches
Ches Ohio 6700 S8 28 28Chi z 58 58Chi 58Clii
Chi Alton AltonPreferred AlLenPreferred r rPreferred
Preferred PreferredChi i9 i9Chi 49Ciii
Chi G w 1400 li r U 1 avi aviN 1 H HC 11C
C N W 100 218 11 316 316C 1 215 215C lfi1J lfi1JC
C M St P WOOO 184 181 181Chi 1813k lSI 1SE 1SECiii i iChi
Chi T I T TC 17 17C 17C
C C C StL StLColo I IColo luG luGCob
Colo Cob P I 12500 45 45Colo 4it 44 44Cole n nColo
Colo South 900 2SVI 2S 27 271st rlt 2 2hit
hit lt t preferred preferred2d tJl tJlpreferred
2d preferred 800 4 414 i 43 43Conflol 4 42 42Consol 4 4ConlOl
Consol Gas fiOO 1S2 IS ISO ISOCorn JW JWCorn 1OCorn
Corn Products 100 12 I 12 12Utah 1 2 2Utah 2 2Utah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonJames BostonJames BostonJames
James A Pollock Co bankers and andbrokers andbrokers andbrokers
brokers yesterday eslerda received over their theirprivate theirpriat theirprivate
private o wire from Paine Webber Co Coone Coone Coone
one of their Boston Bo ton correspondents the therecord theI therecord
record of sales of Utah stocks on the theBoston theBoston theBoston
I Boston market with range and closing closingquotations clOSingquotations closingquotations
quotations quotationsBoston quotationsI quotationsBoston
Boston Sept S22 822The The market closea closeawith closellwIth closeuwith
I with great activity and high prices About Aboutnoon Aboutnoon Aboutnoon
noon the interest seemed to sag and it itlooked Itlooked itlooked
looked as though a slight reaction might mightb
b ta due but an advance in the price of ofcopper ofeopper ofcopper
copper metal created new enthusiasm enthusl sm and andthe anllthe andthe
the market closed with a strong tone The Thebuyim Thebuying Thebuying
buying of Atlantic Copper Range North NorthButte NorthButte NorthButte
Butte and Tecums Tecumseh h looked especially especiallygood especiallYgood especiallygood
good Quotations QuotationsSale QuotationsSales QuotationsSales
Sales Op HIeh B ii LOW Close CloseAmafe CloseAma CloseAmaig
Amafe Ama 228 8i b 8 2 84 90 82 SS3As SS3AsBoston SST SSTBoston S53Boston
Boston Con 100 m 7 7 7 7Con 7 n 7 7Conk i iConilercur
Con Conilercur Mereur 600 54 55 64 5a 5aBincltam 55Blnsham 5 5lihigham
Bincltam 185 31 I SI 31 31 31DalyAVest 31DalyWetiit 31DslyWet
DalyAVest 1 110 0 14 14 1 114 4 14 14Utah HI HIUtak 14Utah
Utah 85 45 4 455 41 44U 4i 4iU 45U
U S Mining Uninc1lIl 12M1 3f 5 81 11M 3 3I 34 34Alloues 58 58A sAllouez
A Allouez lou 2 iO > 3jf 315 3S 81 8ft 33 A 3 33 33Ore 33 33Ore 33Ore
Ore and Bullion BullionOre BullionOre BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements in this city cityI citYyester cityyester4ay
I yesterday yester ay tfs Jr reported by McCornlck 1lcCornlckCo
1 Co amounted to 58331 I as foljowse Sit Silver Sliver Sitvar ¬
ver lead gold and copper ores 8032M 8032Mf 80 80base SO34base
f base bullion 4800 4 00 gold bars J400 J400Metal 8400Metal 5400Metal
Metal Market Marketi MarketSilver
i I Silver 81 005c c ner De ounce ounceCopper ounceCi ounceCopper
Copper Ci PJ1er casting 15c U par pound JlOU JlOU1OMd youimdLoad poundLead
Lead In ore ore UON6w 550 50 New York J4J6 Ufi per
1100 100 pounds
Mining Notes NotesThree NotesThree NotesThree
Three cars of ore from Alta AU two from fromBtngham fromBtn fromBinghsni
Btngham Btn hltm and one from Stockton reached riachodthe rltlchCdthe reachedthe
the Pioneer samaler yesterday yesterdayClarence yosterdllClarence yesterdayClarence
Clarence E Allen general superinten superintendent superIntendent sunerlntendent ¬
dent of the United States coaaaany comJtlnYSmines cmuoanYmines s smines
mines has returned from a trip to Ne Netla Neada
1 vada vadaTho ada adaThe tla tlaTho
Tho Taylor Brunton sampler was yes yeSterday es esterdRY
1 terday In receipt of five cars of ore from fromTmttc tfonlTlnUc fromTintic
Tmttc five from Bingham and one from fromNevada fromNevada froniNevada
Nevada NevadaAnother NevadaAnoth NevadaAnother
Another Anoth r big consignment of zinc ore orefrom orefrom orefromn
from the Potosi at Good Springs Sprln l Is be being beIng being ¬
ing sampled previous to forwarding to the theeastern tIleQkStorn timeosatarn
eastern zinc smelting works worksManager workslanager worksManager
Manager Lafayette Hanchett was at the theBoston theBoston theBoston
Boston Consolidated yesterday noting the theadvancement theadvancement theadvancement
advancement that Is being made in the thedevelopment thedevelopment thedevelopment
development of that big copper bonanza bonanzaTheir bonunzaTheir bonanzaTheir
Their business here complete the he party partyof
of Western ISxploratlqn company com pan offi officials officials otfidais ¬
cials including Frank H Buhl G H HBalrd HBaird HBaird
Baird and others pulled out for the east eastagain enstaJBln eastagain
again yesterday morning morningDavid morningDavid morningDvld
David Kennedy I general generalmnnnager manager of the theLincoln theJl theLincoln
Lincoln Jl lOln company ti1 mines and mills at atPearl atP6rl atPearl
Pearl Ida Is down from rota te north He Hestates Hestates Hostates
states that the new cyanide plant is prob probably probablY probably ¬
ably in operation by b this time as every everyi everything everything
i thing was ready for the t c start before he heleft heleft heleft
left leftIteponts
Reports from the Lower Mammoth yes yesterday yestertiay cs cstorday ¬
terday were w rc to the effect t that a substan substantial substantial ¬
tial improvement In the character of the thematerial thetaterhtl tIlematerial
material > coming from the 1500foot J OO toot level levelhad levelIUtd levelhad
had occurred and that the ON shoot en encountered eneountered encountered ¬
countered on the 1400 level wax apparent apparently ¬
ly b just beginning to assort Its presence presenceThe prcscncaTh presenceTh5
The Th next few days are relied upon to tooerry toC tocarry
carry C tr tho face Into good shipping ore oreJ orcj oreOBERNDOjlFER
f ta
j Stock Broker BrotcerTel BrokerTet BrokercL
Tet Tel cL Bell732 Ben 792 161 S S Main Sti
Preferred Pref ened COO 53 > a aDel 5J 5JDel i3Del
Del Hudson 19 19D 19D ioDIW
D R R G 100 35 36 36Preferred 3i 36Preferred t tPrelerred
Preferred PreferredDistillers PreferredDisUlioms S6
Distillers Sees 1400 43 41 42 42Erie 4 4Erie 43 43Erie
Erie 51100 51 5I3 66 i i1st M M1st 1 I I1st
1st preferred 600 83fi 2 S3 S33d 522cl
3d preferred 1S09 74 74Gen HYt 7It H HGen 7tGen
Gen Electric 100 200 179 l 998 1ra 1raHock 119 119Hock B9Ilock
Hock Valley Vm 92
Illinois Cent 400 181 170 lJ9Int Iwrt IwrtInt lwmkIItt
Int Paper 800 20 19 19Preferred 1 25 25Preferred
Preferred PreferredInt M MInt 75mt
Int Pump sfl sflPreferred y
Preferred PreferredIowa s fre
Central 100 27 21Y 1 1Preferred 7 7Preferred a aProl
Preferred PreferredK Prol erred IIiG
K C Southern SouthernPreferred u 20 20Preferred 0 0Preferred
Preferred 300 II 5 56
Louis Nash 947 9 94700 700 0 17 111 158 1 IbO Ib6Manhattan li1
Manhattan L TOO L Li5 IK l i Ill 11
Met Sees 8000 = 000 bl l J a S11let 813let
Met St St R 7000 17 L7s 127 J73 J JMex Jii8 >
Mex C Centrul ntrul 2300 2i 2 2i1inn k Si 21 21Minn
Minn St L 200 O 7J iJY 70 70M 7
M St St P 8 s
Ste M 1800 12 1i 14T 111 111Preferred 111Preferred t1
Preferred 167 167Mo J 157Mo
Mo Pacific 5600 17 1 ltrt V7V4 I
M K T 6200 tig 14 33 sp rPfi l 6 6i
i Preferred S100 100 9 I W 6Nail W t lii liiatl
Nail atl Lead 1400 47 46V 4t 4tN Sts th thR
N R R R of M Mpreferred Mpreferred I
preferred preferredN 33 j
N No Y Central 8300 53 iiiSfc 4 161 161N 15111 151N
N Y O W 1700 bt bI4 M I HVfc 54 54Norfolk =
Norfolk West 400 kVg a S5 S5Prcferred ssfe 5 5Preferred
j Preferred 300 r2 r 2 92 92North 92North 1 1North
North Am Am SOl 00 99 99 9Dlaclflc 99Pacific 9 9Pacific
Pacific Mall SRX 9l > 6 5 5Pennsylvania < s 45 45i I
i Pennsylvania 27400 114 1I 143 H 143Peoples 14
i Peoples Gas 1800 1W LH 11P 1 K 44 Vi
P C C StL S SPressed S1 734
Pressed Steel Car 100 4 ca i 45 45Vi 45 45Preferred
Preferred PreferredPull 98 98Pull IIPulL
Pull Pal Car 1ft 230 2SO 5O 2M 2MReading 250Reading n nReading
Reading 11CTOO 24 12 1 1 11st 11st fs fs1st
1st preferred W WId i1d i id
Id d preferred lCOO a aRepublic Ii 214 95 9 5 5St 5Republic 5Republic
Republic Steel 20W tJlQ 00 L 4 4 4Preferred St t i 2S 2S1C
Preferred 1100 9J g4 1C 1CRock 9 f 07
Rock Island Co 3400 33 3 3S 3C4 ii 3 38 38Preferred
Preferred 79 79Rubber lfIRuber 7334
Rubber Goods 31 31Preferred 51Preferred 31Preferred
Preferred PreferredSt luiyj IH
St L 1 s SF SF2d F F2d F2d
2d preferred 1200 DPI 68 l 04 Iiit
St L 1 S W V wJ G rfc f 24 I3i i 24 24Preferred 5434 Hi
Preferred 800 Kit t24 63 11 02lSouthern tr1k K KSouthern
Southern Pacific 6900 ori O i 07 071 7 7Prefcrcd 07 07Preferred uPreferred
Preferred PrefcrcdSouthern jljfj 11 I
Southern Ry SOOOO 3g 37 Si SiPreferred IiPreferred TYS
Preferred 100 IWVt 100 11A 4 ICOVfe 1CO 1COTenn
Tenn C I 3100 g314 IIi s kSU as
Texas Pacific 2000 JS 1 e fi9 > 3 35 35T fAI
I T St L W 100 SSi 1 1I 1V 1VPreferred 4 3 3Preferred
I Preferred 100 5 is 5Th 58 334 5S 5Si 5S1 5S1i
i i Union Pacific 461JQ 133 1 Ii2 loll 1t24 4 1S3 1S3Preferred IS3JPreforred
t Preferred PreforrodU jS1 JAtU jS1U
U S Express ExpressU 123 123U
U 1 S Realty 100 00 W M 10 0 0U OU
U S Rubber 000 5 Sr 56 S 5G I 5634 G GPreferred 5n 5014 > i
Preferred 100 712 U 1112 I1J USVfc USVfcU Jl 112 112U f
U S Steel 74t 71ro 0 37 r1 7W 87 87Preferred S72fj
Preferred 26200 105 lOlVi 101 101VirginiaCarolina 10I4I 101VirginiaCarolina
VirginiaCarolina VirginiaCarolinaChemical
Chemical 700 31 32 2Vi i
Preferred 100 W lJiX 1th1 < H lOS lOb =
Wabash W b Sh 3000 23 iI 23U 23U1i 3 23Feferred i ilcferrcd
1i lcferrcd of erred 4600 OO 4 41 43 1334 13 f3Ex
WcllsFargo Ex ExW05t 2 20 20West > 0 0West
West Electric 60 170 1 170 3 JfrSi S A AWestern
Western Union tOO i0i 9J 9J3 98V4 t tv A
W v L E 200 13 1 1U 1514 1 li liWis
Wis 1 Central W WPreferred J1 J1Preferred I1Preferred
Preferred PreferredNorthern fO rJNorthern t
Northern Pacific 170 212 21234 1 212 1 211 211Ctnt 211Cent 11 11Ctol1t
Cent Leather 3100 ioci 4 43 13 13Preferred 11 13Preferred
Preferred 24CO 400 lOIVi 1ti3 108 l 3 J3 1et 1etSiossSheffield i3i 4
SlossSheffield Slas Sheffield 1300 1 0 70 0 fflC 00 = iB iBTotal i iTotal mTotal
Total sales for the day S85SOO iOO shares afiarewBond sharesBond dltu eI eIBond
Bond Quotations QuotationsYellow Quotationsycllow QuotationsYellow
Yellow Jacket 121 Do 1st inc 24 24U 24U 1Js
U S ref 2s reff104 M St L 4s D6Vt D6VtDo 96 96Do
Do coupon couponI6tIlI 1WM K T 4s107 4s107U 4s1 4s1U 4s10U
U S 3s reg reA101 104 Do 2ds ds S7 S7Do 87Do 57Do
Do coupon couponl 101 N R R R of M MU 11I MU
U S new 4s reg134 consol con sol 4s S4 S4Do S4Da 84Do
I Do coupon couponlM 134 N Y Central CentralU
U S old 4s reg104 reg1 gen 3s 3 99 99Do 00Do 99Do
Do coupon couhoem106 105 N 7 J Central CentralAm CentralAm CentralAm
Am Tob 4s gen 5g 131 131certs 111ccrts 131certs
certs 77 North Pac 4s105 4s105Do 461 461Do 4s1011Do
Do Cs cents 1l7 Do 3s 77 77Atch 77 77tch 77Atch
Atch tch pen 4s 106 IN N W consol consolDo consolDo consolDo
Do adit 4sOQ 4s JOY 4s 4sAtlantic i03Vi l lAtlantic
Atlantic Coast O S L rfdg rfd rfdIine
Line 4s 102 4s 97 97B 97n 97B
B n O 4s 4s105 105 Penn conv 3105Vi 3 10 10Do
Do 3s 3 9flUea W 90 headlnA < HnK gen 4B103 4B103Cent 4s10GCent
Cent of Ga 5s115 5s115k St U L I M MDo 11 11Do
Do 1st Inc incl001 Inc100 100 unsol tlsol 5g 5 417 417Do un 17 17Do
Do 2d d inc as 5 St L S F Fn J JO PC
n O 4s 45108 108 fg 4s S 8t 8tC 3014 Vi
C A 3s 82 8 89SL St L S W V con conC conCo conC
C B Q new no 4 4tI 83 834s 834s
4s 102 1 Seaboard Air AirC AirV AirC
C R I P R Line 4s 91 91R 91R 91R
R R 4s 84 South Pac 4s 95 95Do 95Do 9534
Do col 5s J3 11334 3fcf > outh Ry Ryi6m4 Ssl21V4 Sa 121 121C
C C C St r P Ists isis124 isis124L 124 124L 4 4L
L pen en 4s 4s103 4s1034T 103 T St St L 1hJ LClii W WChi
Chi hJ Term T < rm 4s 4s63 05 SOIL S6 S6Colo SOILCob >
Colo Cob Mid 4s 7S 7514 14 4L G P 4s long
C S 4s 93 9 Do conv 4s135 4s135Cuba 4s135I 4s 135 135Cuba
I Cuba 5s 5 certs105 earth 106 U T T S Steel 2d 5s SaD s 9S 9SD 9SD
D l c R R G 4s101 Is 101 Wabash isis 118 118D llSD
D tkMers Iers Sees Do Deb B B16t4 76M 76M5s
5s 5 81 West Md 4s 48Erie 80 80Erie 59ErIe
Erie prior lien W L E 4s 91 914s 914s
4s 102 Wls Cent 4s 4sDo 9aVl 9 9Do
Do gen cn 4s 94 13444 Japan 6s 2d p se seP 8eF seF
F W r D > C ries 101 1011st 1011st
1st 113 11314 Do 4Vi 416s cons ctrtsHock tertsHock consFlock
Hock Val 4sH2 Do 4s 4 4l4 2d se seTapan soTapan seJapan
Tapan fis r certs102 carts 102 tIes 91 91L 91L 91r4
L N unified Colo Cob Tnd 5s A 73 734s 734s
4s 104 lM1t Do B 71 71Manhattan 71Manhattan 71Manhattan
Manhattan con jS 5 P 1st 4s 4sgold 4sold 4gtold
gold old 4s 105 1t j certs 97 97Mex 9i19 97Mex
Mex Cent 4s 82 82Metal S SMetal SiMetal
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNev MarketsNew
New York Sept 22 2The The London tin tinmarket tinmarkot tInmarket
market was lower closing c1osln at J145 145 lOa for forspot forspot forspot
spot and J144 144 12s 6d for futures Locally Locallythe LocaUythe Locallythe
the market was quiet and about 10 points pointsoff pointsoff pointsthe
off on the average spot quoted at 3175 31i5 3175Copper
3100 3100Copper 3OOCopper
Copper lost part of the recent gain ain in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London closing at 200 69 Ids for spot and
200 90 5s for futures Locally the market marketcontinues marketontlnucs marketcontinues
continues quiet with quotations more or orless orle5s orless
less nominal Lake and electrolytic are arequoted arcquoted arequoted
quoted at 16001625 casting at 1575 15751600 15751600Lead 15751600Lead < g > 1600 1600Lead
Lead was unchanged at 0213 13 5s In Lon London London London ¬
don and 48glSO In the local market marketSpelter marketSpelter marketSpelter
Spelter continues firm locally locaU with spot spotheld 5POtheld spotheld
held at 590600 London was higher at
212 12 16s 3d 3dThe 3dThe 3dThe
The foreign market for iron was higher higherwith hlJherwith higherwith
with standard foundry at 47s 10d and Mid Middlesboro Mlddlesboro Middlesboro
dlesboro at 4Ss 10d 10 1 Locally the market marketIs
Is firm with prices slightly higher on onnorthern annorthern onnorthern
northern grades No 1 foundry northern northernIs
Is ii quoted at 17OftffTi35 No 2 foundry foundrynorthern toundrynorthern foundrYnorthern
northern 1C5016S5 No No1 1 foundry south southern southern gouthcnn ¬
ern 1623I675 and No 2 foundry south southcrn 50qthcrn southem
crn em at 15751625 15751625Money 15i9IUliMoney 1575221025Money
Money Silver Etc EtcNew EtcNew EtcNew
New York Sept 22 22Close Close Money on oncall oncall oncall
call firm and higher 3C per cent centclosing centclosing centclosing
closing bid 3 per cent offered 4 per percent percent percent
cent time loans steady stead sixty days 3 34J4 3
14 per cent ninety days 4p4 4f 4 per cent centsix centsix centsix
six months 4404 4titlk ½ per cent centPrime centPrime centPrime
Prime mercantile paper 45 per cent centSterling centSterling centSterlIng
Sterling exchange firm with actual actualbusiness actualbusiness actualbusiness
business in bankers bills at 4S5204S25 4S5204S25for I83 S 5 5for
for domand and at 4828P4SS10 48l5t 4St0 for sixty sixtyday sixtyday
day bills posted rates 489fMS3 4Df and 48G 48GMSG 4gGI8G1h 4Ucm4s6
MSG I8G1h commercial bills 44S2 44S2Bar 4S4S2ss 4S4S2ssBar 4304S234Bar
Bar silver BlY BlYMexican GI1Mexican OWMexican
Mexican dollars 47 47Government 47Government 47Government
Government bords firm railroad railroadbonds railroadbonds railroadbonds
bonds irregular irregularTreasury IrregularTreasury irregularTreasury
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementWashinJton StatementWashington
Washington Sept 22 2Todays Todays state statement tltlitement statenment ¬
ment of the treasury balances bahn es in the th gen general gmorul geimcml ¬
eral fund shows Available cash balance hlo1no134S319
134831937 7 gold coin antI bullion bul on S66C78 S66C78C72
C72 gold certificates W0i37250 W0i37250GRAIN 1Jl1260 1Jl1260GRAJN G177250GRAIN
Chicago Sept 22 22WJth With the exception exceptionof
of a slight reaction immediately after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the opening the wheat market was strong
the entire session At the start the Dc December Dccember Dccomber ¬
cember cation o Uon was a shade lower to tohigher tohlJher tohigher
higher at S4 8H to 4gS4 Pit traders traderswere traderswcre traderswere
were quite free sellers for a time > and andIn audIn andIn
In consequence December eased eas d off to toS4S5 toMWil651S
S4S5 MWil651S 81 ½ 65 Weather in the northwest was wasclear wasolear wasclear
clear and this fact was apparently the thechief thechief thechief
chief cause of the selling pressure Sen Sentiment Sntlment Sentiment ¬
timent In the pit however soon became becamebullish becamebullish becamehullish
bullish The cause for the change chan e In Inreeling tnreellng inreeling
reeling was a report from Liverpool stat stating statlug ¬
lug 111 that the price for spring delivery had hadadvanced hadndvancecl hadadvanced
advanced almost 4d there today as a a aresult aresult aresult
result of Q an attempt to corner the mar market market market ¬
ket This news brought out active buy buying bJ bJIng bpylug ¬
ing from ruin shorts In addition a leading leadingbull Jeadlngbull leadIngbull
bull became active on the buylnsr sllc sllcand sl1eand sIiead
and this caused the demand to become becomemore becomemore becomemore
more general Advices from Minneapo Minneapolis ¬
lis reporting an excellent demand for forcash forcash forcash
cash wheat with millers bidding in com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition for the offerings reinforced the thebullish thebullish tImebullish
bullish feelin elin r which the news from fromabroad frontabroad fronmabroad
abroad had Inspired At St Louis mind iindKansas unllIans8s mindKansas
Kansas City cash wheat was reported reportedto pportedto
to be In demand d Prices were iteadlly iteadllyforced JteadUforced < iteadiyfored
forced Howard until De DM Deoemnber wnber nber touched ouchJd
85 85 5 The market continued strong for forthe t frthe r rthc
the remainder of the day closing tlosln quo quotations qUotations rinotations ¬
tations being at almost the highest high t point pointof pointat
of the session Final quotations on De December 1 1cember Dcernber ¬
cember were t iJPA < g higher at S5 S5Tho S5Vr S5VrThe 85The
The feature of trading tradln In the corn liiar liiarket Ul iparketwis r rke
ket ke ketwis was the persistent Der lstepr demand fromsa fromsaleading frain fromnalcading a aIJcadln
IJcadln leading trader for corn for May dolly doilvJ
J J4r feryNotwithstanding rY NntwJthstAndlnJ this urgent ur r1t demand Il ma r1 r1k
k = J
the market exhibited no unusual st strengthQwimmg strength strengthowing nlth nlthQwlng
owing to liberal offerings offerln s from rorn commis commission commission comolisalon ¬
sion houses The market closed firm firm and andunchanged anduncl1un andunelmumiged
unchanged uncl1un ed for December at 45feG 4 4iA51i 4iA51iOats C 15 15Oats
Oats were firm December closed closedhJcher V 311Ye
higher at 29 29Provisions 29Provisions 2934 2934Provisions
Provisions were firm as a risult r Jlt of f ac active active acthEe ¬
tive demand by a local packer for Octo October October ictoher ¬
ber lard At the close January pork porkwas 1 porkwas ork I
was up 2 744 lard was unsnanged un 11anged aid ribs rJbswere nbswere ribswere
were up upThe upTime 2 2The ½
The leading futures ranged as follows followsWHEAT followsWlIEATNo followsW11ATNo
WHEAT WlIEATNo No 2 2pen 2Open
1 Open pen I High HighSept f Low I Close CloseMay CloseSipt183
Sept Sipt183 185 185Dee 8 ¼ J8434 18534 18534Dec
Dee S48485 I iMtB85 iMtB85Muy < 184S41SS 184S41SSMay
May IS SG SGSept S62S687 S62S687Septoa s68ios s68iosSe
Sept Se Septoa t o 52 52Sept 44 li liSept 52 l5 l5ept
Sept ept n 52 52CORNNO 15 15CbnXNo 523Cm 152 5214 5214IbRNNo
CORNNO CbnXNo 2 2Doe 2Open
1 Open I HI High h I Low I Close CloseQC Closeflc
Doe QC 046 o to 46 46Deo 10 14614lU 14614lUeo j46M
Dec eo n 45045T4 45 445 51 146 45 45May IIG 4446 45 45yay 4514 4514g1Y
May yay g1Y 44UWH4 44UWH4I 4 441444 H U 4414 441Hil I 441kt44
J 5AT o ot 2 2I I
I Onen I High r Low I Close CloseSept CloseS ClseSopt
Sept KSVi S 128 28 814 2S 4 l2814
DOC nilififMi 2174I 23 12811 locirfjoni 28 52914 Iqcux IqcuxMay I 28K 33f29I29t4
May Ma t tMESS 34f5O 1i 311311 3O30j31m4 3O30j31m4MESn = 1
MESS PORK PORKPer Per bbl bblI
I I Open i High I Low I Close CloseUCt CloseOct CloseOct
Oct 11495 J UJa 1 I 1495 I 1490 I I 1490 1490Jan ltooJan 1490Jan
Jan I liZ I 1240 I 1235 11237 11237LARDPer 11371h I 12374 12374LARDP
LARDPer r 100 Ibs IbsI lbsOpen
1 Open J High I Low I Close CloseOet CloseOct CloseOct
Oct 705 72 y 766 7 i 770 770Nov 770NoV 770Nov
Nov 730 I 730 I 725 I 726 726Jan 7fiJan 725Jan
Jan 677 680 677 677y 680 680SHORT 680SHORT 680SHORT
SHORT RIBSPer 100 Ibs IbsI lbsOpen
I Open i High I Low I I Close CloseOct CloseOct CloseOct
Oct I 867 867Y I 867 86iy I I 860 860Jan 8 8tfl 8tflJan 71h 71hJan
Jan I I I I 650 C50Cash 650Cash 650Cash
Cash quotations were as follows followsFlour followsFJourStead followsFlourSteady
Flour FJourStead FJourSteadNo2 FlourSteadyNo Steady SteadyNo
No No2 2 spring wheat 8788 No No3 3 82 8287 8287No2 S287No < S7 S7No
No No2 2 red S4i46SS S4i46SSCorn 84188CornNo 84ttSSm4CornNo
Corn CornNo No 2 52 No No2 2 yellow 53 53OatsNo 53OntsNo 53OatsNo
OatsNo 2 28 gm4 > 4 No No2 2 white 3030 3030No 3O a0O0No 01h 01hNo
No 3 white 28 281A 281ARyeNo 2814RyeNo > 4 4Rye
Rye RyeNo No 2 70 70Barley 7 7llarleGood 7014 7014BarleyGood
Barley llarleGood Good feeding 35G7 J Fair to tochoice tochoice
choice mnltincr 411S 411SFlax 411SFlaxseodNo 414SFlax
Flax FlaxseodNo seed seedNo No 1 92 No No1 1 northwest northwest9S 1
9S 9814 953
9STimothy Timothy seed seedPrime Prime 326 326Mess 326Mesm
Mess pork porkPcr Per bbl 15001510 15001510Lard 16001fil0LardPer 150Oi1510LardPer I
Lard LardPer Per 100 lbs 775 775Short 7ifiShortrlbsSldes 715Short
Short ShortrlbsSldes ribs ribsSides Sides loose 8COS65 Short Shortclear Shortclear Shortclear
clear sides boxed 876900 876900Whiskey 875G900WlmlskeyRasIs
Whiskey WhfskeyRasls Fasls of high wines 129 129Clover 129CloverContract 129CloverContract j
Clover CloverContract Contract grade 1175
I Roe I Ship ShipFlour ShipFlour ShipFlour
Flour barrels 18100 21SOO 21800Wheat 21SOOWheat 1800heat
Wheat heat bushels 73000 tJi600Corn 05600Corn 06000 06000Corn
Corn bushels 41700 412700293700 412700293700Oats 293 293siO 293siOOats OO OOOats
Oats bushels 130400 430400470300 430400470300Rye 4iO3tJO 4iO3tJORye 470300Bye
Rye bushels 8000 1100Barle 1110Barley lltw lltwBarley
Barle Barley bushels 137000 86110Eacific 811011Pacific 8600 8600Pacific
Pacific Coast Grain GrainSan GrainI GrainSan
I San Francisco Fr n lsc Sept 22 22WhentStead 22WhentSteadDecember 2iwheetStecdyDecember Wheat Steady SteadyDecember
December 13531 13531Barley 135 135BarleyStronger 135BurleyStronger
Barley BarleyStronger Stronger December LCD LCDCoffee LOOCoffee 109Coffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNan SugarNew SugarNew
New York Sept 22 22CotfeeSpot Coffee Spot Rio Riosteady Riosteady Riosteady
steady No 7 invoice 8 mild firm firmCordova firmConloa flrmCordova
Cordova 1013 The market for coffeo coffeofutures correlut coffeafutUres
futures ut res opened steady at unchanged unchangedprices unchangedprlcas unchangedprices
prices to a decline of 5 points and later latersold latersold latersold
sold about about5 5 points lower all around un under under Ut Utder ¬
der moderate hedge operations and disap disappointing disappointing disappointing ¬
pointing European cables Interior re receipts receipts receipts ¬
ceipts for the day were light however howeverand howeverand howeverand
and the market rallied in the afternoon on onWall onWail I
Wall street buying which was also said saidto sall1to saidto
to be promoted by agitation with regard regardto regarllI
to the duty The close was steady net netunchanged netunchanged netunohanged I
unchanged to 10 points higher Sales were werer werereported werereported
reported r t A rf of 29500 < X1 KIA lnrra bags Including r1 MflIn rWflhor October I
706 7 November 720 December 720 7 72021730 72021730Jsmitntry t < P730 P730January 730 730JtlUary
January JtlUary 73 73073 < X8 > 735 March 740745 May MayTSaifiWGO May1I1ro MaYZ55211760
TSaifiWGO TSaifiWGOSugar Z55211760ugurItaw 1I1roUSllrRaw
Sugar USllrRaw Raw steady stead fair refining 3 3centrifugal 3centriflgal 3centrifpgal
centrifugal 9Gtest 3 molasses sugar sugarrefined
2 refined unsettled unsettledTHE unsett unsettledTHE ed edTHE
New York Sept 22 22The The following ta table tabl table ¬
ble bl compiled compU d by Bradstreet shows the thebank thebanlt thebank
bank clearings at the principal cities for forthe forthe fortime
the week ended nded Sept 21 with the percent percentage percentage percentage ¬
age of Increase and decrease as compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwijh
with wijh the thocorre corresponding pondlng week last la t year yearilnc yearIneIDee yearl
l ilnc IneIDee IneIDeeNew lnclDecNew Dec DecChicago
New York 815802798011 2151 2151Chlcago 215tChicago
Chicago 19944216 150 150Boston 150Boston
Boston 1363W229 161 1G1Philadelphia 161PhUadelvhla 161PimiIadelphla5
Philadelphia 132369759 186 186St 186St 186St
St Louis i I 498819251 4i155l925128 4i155l925128Pittsburg 12S 12SPittsburg 128Plttsburg
Pittsburg 44481985 160 160San 160San 160San
San Francisco 33431985 30 30Cincinnati 30I 30Cincinnati
Cincinnati j 2233O750 > 339ii M75At Q ss ssBaltimore 8SBaJtmore 88Ualtlmore
I Baltimore BaltimoreKansas ° 2 25020SI7 S11 20S 20SKammsas
Kansas I anltns City CityNew lty ° 23894198 27 27New i iNew
New Orleans 122262S6 12226296138 12226296138Mlnneapohis 71 138 138Minneapolis 13SMinneapolis
Minneapolis 20956027 2O9 2095602774 2095602774Clevehand 6 74 74Cleveland 74Cleveland
Cleveland 15935870 1595870287 1595870287Louisville 2S7 2S7Louisville 287j 287jLouisville
Louisville 10739316 107393161201 107393161201Detrolt 120Detroit 120 1201Detroit
Detroit 11519700 1l51970011 127 127Milwaukee 127Mllwaukee
Milwaukee 830S319 8308319146 8308319146Omaha 71 14G 14GOmaha HGOmaha
Omaha S026355 22 22Providence 2 2Proldence 22Providenco
Providence I G4SaJOO 83083191 2 2Los 2Lod I
Los Angeloe A n eleuo 101950S2 1018Z 0S 866 866Buffalo6 006Buttalo 666Buffalo
Buffalo6 Buffalo ° 6720000 61200001 S7 S7Indianapolis 87Indianapolis S7i S7iIndIanapolis
Indianapolis 5998334 891838411160 891838411160St 59982441I 160 160St 160St
St Paul 7173513 184 184Memphis 1S4J 1S4JMemnphis
Memphis 3749714 21 21St 211 211St 211St
St Jdseph 38S0840 3880800173 3880800173Richmond 173 173Richmond
117 117Richmond
Richmond 4475834 44i SJ4 191 191Denver 1tlDlnor 191Dmmver
Denver 727308 263 263Columbus 263Columbus
Columbus 4731400 473140016 473140016Seattle lC lCSeattle IGSeattle
Seattle 6 63tGliI 46248 301 391Washington 301Washlngton 301Washington
Washington 4444561 245 245Savannah 2453Savannah
444456112451 444456112451SRvannahu
Savannah 6907289 9 831 831Albany 831Albany 85Albany
Albany 4410127 41101271771 1771 1771Portland 1771Portland
Portland Ore 548S239 541S 157 157Fort 157Fort 157Fort
Fort Worth 4332038 190 190Toledo 190Toledo 190Toledo
Toledo O 3S93722 1188 1188Atlanta 1S8 1S8Atlanta 188Atlanta
Atlanta 4490192 607 607SALT 6071 007SALT
SALT LAKE CITY 40SS781J 4088781f 484 484Rochester 464Rochester 454Rochester
Rochester 31348601 267 267Peorla 2671Peoria 2471Peoria
Peoria 3211916 I 17 17Hartford 17Hartford 17Hartford
Hartford 25809SO 20i 20iNashville 20iNnshlIJc 201Nashville
Nashville 27G7H31I 271i7MllnS 271i7MllnSSpokane 118 118Spokane 118Spoknne
Spokane Wash Wash55 31055041 310 1Hi 178 178De 118Delt 178Des
De Des Moines 24748271 21 21Tacoma 211Tacoma 21Tacoma
Tacoma 340389SI 40389114211 40389114211Ney 421New 421 42ltNew
New Haven 2204530 152 152Grnnd 152Grnd 152Grand
Grand Rapids 2175149 561 56Norfolk 561Norfolk 561Norfolk
Norfolk 2275522 2 i5 364 364Dayton 3C4Dayton
Dayton 164837 i 1261 1261Portland 1261Portland 1261Portland
Portland Me le 1 1701584 891 891Springfield 8 89Springfield 1 1Sprlngtield
Springfield Mass 1542C44I 671 67Augusta 671Augusta 671Augusta
Augusta Ga 2573052 2ii730273 2ii730273EansvIlJe 273 273Bvansville 273l0vansvihie
Bvansville 1 16902601 3471 347Sfoux 3471Broux 3471Sioux
Sioux City 1 1412519 35 35Birmingham 351Birmingham 35Birmingham5
Birmingham 1 14045881 14M300 3881 3S8Syracuse 3881S 3881Syracuse
Syracuse S racuse I 17480421 1748OtzI41li 4S1J 451 4511551409
Worcester For ester I 1551409 15 l40913281 l40913281Ch 328J 328JCharleston 32S 32SChrIeston
Charleston Ch rleston S C 14003121 1561 1561Wilmington l 156fWilmlngtomm 61 61WUmlngtoJ1
Wilmington Del 10894S5 10894851 1281 1281Wichita 1281Wichita Sl SlWichita
Wichita 1101081 1101007 1101007Vnkcsbarre 7 7Wilkesbar 7Vilkcsbarre
Wilkesbar re 1 9040151 OOIOl l 3001 3001Davenport mOj 300Davenport
Davenport 792393 79239380 79239380Little SO SOLittle 80Little
Little Rock 1 77419S 831 831Topoka 831Topoka 831Topeka
Topoka 1 488712 I 165 165Chattanooga 165Chattapooga 165Chattapooga
Chattapooga 9027671 911276713941 911276713941T 394 394Jacksonville 304Ja
Jacksonville T Ja ksonvnJe Fla PhI 1 983400 S34001 3031 3031Kalamazoo 1031I 3031Kalamazoo
Kalamazoo Mich 790844 100 100Sprlncfleld 100Springfield
Springfield Ills 7829311 17 17Fall 17Fall 17Fall
I Fall River 1 770215 C04 C04Wheeling CO COWhedlng 604Wheeling
Wheeling W V Va 8421131 st21 1 ll5 ll5Macon 1151 11517341261 115Macon
Macon I 7341261 42 42Helena 4 42Helena 2 2Iiolena
Helena 8547481 SQof SQofLexington SO9 SO9Joxlnton 809Lexinton
Lexington 1 463974 137 137Akron 1371Akron 7 7Akron
Akron I I 510000 5100001Canton 46397411 1 1 1Canton 9Canton
Canton 0 I 4SPOOOI Ill 231Fargo IllFargo 2313Fargo
Fargo N D De I 614225 61t 2841 2S4IYountrstowri 2841Youn 2841Youngstown
Youngstown Youn stown 1 526788 51 84 84New 8AI 8AINew 841New
New Bedford I 586463 3691 3691Rockford 3691Rockford 3691Bockford
Rockford Ills I 462090 462000tt f 92 92Lowell 9 9IoveU 92Lowell
Lowell 425016 425016I 1 34 34Chester 34Cho5ter 34ChesterPa
Chester ChesterPa Pa I 1 410SS1I 4l0t1 121 121Binghamton 121Binghamton 121Binghamton
Binghamton I 466000 4r6rOOI2901 4r6rOOI2901Bloomln 290 290Bloominpton 2901Bloomington
Bloomington Bloomln ton Ills I 3SS355I 38835511 I 140 140Springfield BOI
I Springfield O I 3545971 156 156Greensburg 156Greensburg
I Greensburg Pa P I 6293541 363 3b3Qulncy 363Quincy 363Quincy
Quincy Ills I 346871 68711 42 42Decatur 42eoatur 42Decatur
Decatur Ills I 328501 3286011671 3286011671Sioux 167 167Sioux 1671Sioux
Sioux Falls S D I 330275 330275I 1 149 149Jacksonville 119JacktonvUlc 149Jacksanylile
Jacksonville Ills 2733121 66 66Mansfield 66Mansfield 6CJ 6CJMansfield 1
Mansfield 0 279179 4861 4861Fremont 4861Fromont
Fremont Neb 19009S 1000081211 1000081211Ceaar 1211 1211Ceaar 211 211Cecar
Ceaar Rapids 54137718521 54137718521Houston 54137718521Houston 5413771 8521 85212321
Houston 247127721 2321 232Galveston 2321Galveston 2321Galveston5
Galveston 13342000 1334200011801 13312000j 180 180i 1801 1801Iotal
i i i iOutside 1 1fatal
fatal U 525l402749175 525l402749175Outside 2 lU0279i
Outside NewYork NoW york 925372905 9253i2 905 I 113 1L3Montreal 113CANADA 113IIANADA 1751
Montreal 1 274711551 289 289Toronto 2891T 289Tpronto
Toronto T < 1 108624011 108t 24011 144 144WJnnJoejr 1441 1441f 144Wjnnipeg
WJnnJoejr 363314541 S38i S38iOttawa m8i10ttaVtl 338Ottawa
f Ottawa 306625913341 306625913341Halifax 30ii6259 I 341 341Hallfax 334jHalifax
10ttaVtl Halifax 1771317 177131712 177131712Vancouver 12 12Vancouver 12Vgncouver
Vancouver B C 1 20S4005 20lt 20ltQuebec 201 201Quebec
Quebec 1544492 0S40051201 0S40051201Quebllo 2 2Hamilton 21 21Hamilton I
Hamilton 1722451 5261 526SL 5261St 5261St
I St John N B 1014530 10H5WI16 10H5WI16Landon 6 6London 6London
London Ont 1019833 2131 2131Victoria 2131Vlctorl 213Victoria
Victoria B C 612 612Total 1312Total
Total Canada fc 1 66819594 tW819 1 229 229Balances 229lalances 229paid
Balances paid In cash cashNot cashN9t cashS
S Not Included In totals because con containing contalnJ containfngother ¬
taining talnJ tainfngother foth other r1tcms Hems than clearings clearingsSalt olearIngsF clearingsSaltLake
t tflattLake
Salt flattLake Lake Photo Supply Co Supplier SupplierDevondtFln SUppllPADev SuppiIeaevthdF1rtching
DevondtFln Dev evthdF1rtching ndF1c 5hlnir nln Main and 8 53s M t CI
Chicago Sept 22 22cattlerecelpts5jI 22cattlerecelpts5jIeak Cattle receipts 5000 5000Weak 5500Weak
Weak eak lower Beef steers 319S610 319i lO stock stockera stockerd stockera
era and feeders 22og385 cows and can canners canners canmiens
ners 150435 U bulls 2250275 heifers 215 215J
6425 J 426 calves 32575Q a 1JQ l ler
HOgSRec HogsReedipts fpta 15000 150 fttead t ady to 50 high higher
er shipping and cpllecteu clHcQt 5550530 mixed mixedand mixedand mixedammd
and heavy packing 45Mi 45022652 450 < 552 51h light 525 55 25
665 tJ pigs and rough 150SS25 150iS2SheepReceipts
Sheep SheepR SheepReceipts Receipts elpts 1 tOOO 000 Steady at yes yesterdays ycsdeclimme as asterday8 ¬
terdays decline Sheep 22oSw 2 tjOO lambs lambsKansas
4006735 4006735Kansas 4006735Kansas
Kansas City Sept 22 2CatUeRecelpts Cattle Receipts ReceiptsTOO
700 steady stead to weak native steers 400CP 400
600 native cows and heifers 175g635 175g635stackers 17fifi6 17fifi6stockers 17521635stockers >
stockers and feeders 250 25Ot 25022125 125 bulls 200 20063M 2003I0 OO OOool
63M 3I0 calves ool 25R600 OOfft OO western steers 300 300I7S
6475 western cows 175340 175340Hogs 1i5trLwHogsReceipts 17521940HogsReceipts
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 6000 market Sc higher higherbulk higherbulk higherbulk
bulk 5406550 54Ofif 4O550 50 heavy htl 540855 packers packurs64O550
5406550 pjgs and UEht 500545 500545Sheep 500 500545SheepReceipts 645 645SheepRt
Sheep SheepRt SheepReceipts Receipts > celpts 800o 8000t market SCHO cents centsrange centslower centslower
lower mutton 4 40GfiS3 5 lambs 66tjGOO 66tjGOOrtlngo 550G00range
range wethers 4 4fibi S52i fed ewes 360 360South 300I5O 35JSouth
I5O I5OSouth
South Omaha Sept 22 22CattloReceipts 22CattloReceiptsUOO Cattle Receipts
3300 market steady steud Native steers steerstUG 375V IiMpttto
610 cows and heifers 5750450 37 450 western westernsters westernstars westermmstera
stars 8006486 Texas steers 275 275t3SS 275t3SScows 2753S5cows 38S 38Scows
cows and heifers 200O340 canners canne 150 150j U 150l226 O
j 2 l226 25 stockers > rs and feeders 225435 225435calves 2252J135calves 435 435C8lvE8
calves 2506560 bulls stags etc 226 22tJ
350 350Hogs 350lIogRecht 350IlogaReceipts Hogs lIogRecht Receipts 5600 Market steady steadyheavy steadyh steadyheavy
heavy h yy 525533 5 35 mixed 527535 5 JMj535 light lIghtL35545
5356145 pigs 400f500 400 500 bulk of sales salesSheep sales527142152W
51 527142152W 527142152WSheepReceipts r rSheepRooelpts I
Sheep SheepRooelpts Receipts 14000 Market steady steadyFed steadyFed steadyFed
Fed muttons westerns 450 i lj500 500 wethers wethers428HM wethfrs4fi46t
428HM ewes 325 3C46 425 lambs lambsButter 6CKXu67j 6CKXu67jButter 6I 67J 67JButter
Butter and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNew
New York Sept 22 2Butter Butter easy ens state statedairy stattdairy statedairy >
dairy common to extra 1720 1720Eggs 17 172120EggsFirm 0 0EggsFirm
Eggs EggsFirm Firm unchanged unchangedChicago unchangedChicago
Chicago Sept St > pt 22 220n On the produce ex exchange exchange oxchange ¬
change today toda the butter market steady steadycreameries steadycreameries j jcreameries
creameries 17630 lit O Dairies 16Vt18 16Vt18Eggs 16142118EggsSteady
Eggs EggsSteady Steady at mark cases included included17Vi > d
17Vi 17 18Ctl8 firm 1820 181I Extras ExtrasChese ExtrasChese 22 22Chose I
Chese 11U 11UPORTLAND llfllPORTLAND 11211134 11211134PORTLAND
Will only be In effect a few days longer longerSEPTEMBER longerSEPTEMBER longerSEPTEMBER
SEPTEMBER 30th is the last date for fortickets fortickets fortickets
tickets direct and September 27th 28th 28thand 28thand 28thand
and 29th for tickets via Los Angeles Angelesor
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In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
No 13 for or Ogden 1 12S < J5 A M MNo MNo
No 6 for Denver and East 850 A ANo M MNo
No 2 for Denver and East 350 1J M MNo I INo
No 4 for Denver and East S00 P M MNo MNo
No 11 for Ogden and local potato polnts605 < ft P M MNTo MNo
NTo 10 for Heber Provo and andMaryavale andMarysyale
Maryavale 500 00 A M MNo mt mtNo
No S for Provo and Eureka 600 1 P M MNo MNo
No 3 for Ogden and West 1110 11 1 P 1 M MNo MNo
No 1 for Ogdei and West West14o 145 P M MNo t tNo
No S for Ogden and West l03 33 A M MNo MNo
No 10B for Park City 811 81 A M MNo MNo
No 112 for Bingham 810 A M MNo MNo
No 114 for Bingham 300 P 1 il ilARRIVE MARRIVE
No 12 from Ogden and local loemlpoints localpoints
points 950 A M MNo MNo
No B from Denver and East ast 1025 A M MNo I INo
No 1 from Denver and East 135 I M MNo 1 1No
No 3 from roam Denver and Eaet I2aat1iO0 1100 P M MNo MNo
No J 9 > from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale 600 P M MNo MNo
No C from Ogden and W Vest t 840 A M MNo MNo
No 14 from Ogden 305 I P M MNo 1 1No
No 2 from Ogden and West 34u P M MNo MNo
No 4 from Ogden and We West t 750 P M MNo BNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo I0 101 < w A M MNo MNo
No lot from Park City Sl P M MNo BNo
No 113 from Bingham 10 1050 50 A M MNo SINo
No 115 from Bingham i 4o P M MPERFECT BPERFECT
All trains except Nos 1 to C inclusive inclusivestop
stop at intermediate points pointsTicket poIntsficket
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No 57 57For For Stockton and Tlntlc7J Tintie 745 M MDistrict
a 11 11No
District DistrictNo
No 68 55For For Provo Mereur MereurMenti MercurMamiti
Menti and points on Sanpete SanpeteValley SjM SjMValley
O B a ra raNo
No 61 51For For Provo NephI and andLynn 51 i
Lynn LynnNo r rNo
No lFor Los Angeles and In OM
8 30 n m
tarraedlate Point PointsNo OOtf p Ul UlNo
No 55 55For For Ncphi and interraeIlM intermeJl30 n m
dtmte Points I13B p ffl fflARRIVE
No S 2Front From Los Lo Angeles and 4A 39 a m mIntermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNo w d m mIntermediate
No 52From Lynn Prove and andintermediate
Intermediate Points PointsN0 Pulittap70
N0 5 55From From ilanti Kephi and andintermediate 3fl rt
lW p in inNo
Intermediate Point PointsNo
No 54 50From From Nephl Provo and 549 c ft n m
Intermediate Paints PointsNe 3W p U UNo
No 88 55From From Tintlc District and andIntermediate 0n n m
BiU p 111 111Standard
Intermediate Paints PointsStandard
Standard Pullman Service Daisy Daisytwe L Ltween <
twe tween n Salt Lake Milford Caliente Las LasVegas LasVegas
Vegas and LOB Angeles AngelesDirect AngelesDirect
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining MiningDistricts MinIngDistricts
Districts in Southern Utah and Nevada Nevadaincluding NevadaIncluding
including Bullfrog BullfrogCity BullfrogCity
City Ticket Office No 17 W Secord SecordSouth SecordSouth
South Street Telephones 1J 1JE 1 1it
General Passenger Agent AgentJ
Time Table TableIN Tablew
w 4im JUNE 1 1905 1905ARRIVE 1905IIRIVE
No 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoCity
Omaha St Louis Kansas
City and Denver DenverNe DenverNo
Ne S SFrom From Ogden Portland j
Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo
No SFrom From Ogden and Inter Intermediate flti M Mmediate
mediate points pointsNo 3 aH aHNo
No 12 UFrom Prom Ogden Cache Caebeahioy
Valley ahioy and intermediate 1 iij iijpoints MS m
points 1143 ami a a aNo B BNo
No 2 2From Prom Ogden Chicago
St Louis Kansas City
Omaha Denver and San ltf i as m
Francisco 4143 LiJP P ffl fflNo
No 1ft l0Fmm From Ojrd Ogden n Cache CacheValley CacheValley
Valley Butte Portland and
San Francisco iiii JJQ i1u i m mDEPART 1 1DEPART
No 5 5For Por Ogden Omaha Omahaitlf OmahaChicago
itlf Chicago < acr k T Denver A AM Kansas KansasCity T TCity
City and St Louis
No 7 7For For Ogden Portland
Butte San Francluco Francisco and ia iniji inijitermedlate mnsitenmnediate
termedlate points 1U3U a a ffl fflNo mI
I No l 1For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas KansasCity KansasCity
City St Louis and San M
Francisco FranciscoNo T TNo
No 11For Ogden Cache Val 11 ft ftley
ley and intermediate points a 1B V VNo V m mNo
No 3 lFor For Ogden Denver DenverKansas DenverKansas
Kansas City Omaha St Ldi AC M m mNo
Louis and Chicago P PNo
No 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val Valley ValIcy ¬
Icy Butte Helena Portland PortlandSan PortlandSan
San Francisco and inter Intermediate 1I1K n n
mediate points P H HT
Traffic Manager ManagerD
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City Ticket Office 201 Main Street StreetTelephone StreetTelephone
Telephone 360 360Note 250NoteThe
Note NoteThe The train numbers shown abov abovare aboYare
are Oregon Short Line train numbers an ando minedo
do not apply to the Southern Pacific west weslof westof
of Ogden or the Union Pacific easS easSthereof easSthereof
thereof thereofSalt thereofTHE
Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon RaIlwaySimon
Simon Bamberger Pros and Gen Mgr MgrTime MgtTime
Time Table In melted effect Sept 5 a ISOo ISOoLEAVE 1900LEAVE
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