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I SADMKE 4 aBRLD TUESDAY EAY 29 1930 t
STOCKSINTHE HE EAST DBFNew
New Week Begins With Contin Continued Contiiiicd ¬
ued Dullness DullnessMOTHER
4 4ANOTfiE1
MOTHER FIRM PAILS PAILSCLOSING
1 1CLOSING
CLOSING OF O ACOOTTNTS AcaoUNTs HELPS HELPSTEMABKET HELPSHE
TEMABKET TEMABKETEouse HE MARKET MARKETc MARKETHouse
c
House Was Short ShortSugar Sugar Advances AdvancesPresumably
AdvancesPremb1y
Presumably on Covering of Bears BearsBurlington Bear BearBurlington
Burlington is also Strong StrongClose StrongCloseis Close Closeis
is Quiet and Irregular regularHo1idays regularHo1idaysWill Holidays
Holidaysi
i Will Interrupt WuekNew Wejek WejekNew
New York May Ma 28 8The The opening of a anew anew
new week showed no material materia change in inspeculative InpecuIative
speculative conditions and the stock mar markets marktM ¬
kets of New York London Paris and andBerlin andBerlin
Berlin continued dull and neglected In InNew LnNew
New York another brokerage firm an announced announced ¬
nounced its suspension the lailure betnjg betnjgannounced beigannounced
announced as was that of Price McCor McCormick McCornick
mick Co on the cotton and stock stoc stocchanges ex exchanges ¬
changes almost simultaneously The Theclotunc ThecIoirig
clotunc out of the firms contracts on onthe onthe
the stock exchange under the rules re resulted resuited ¬
suited m transactions in about 10000 10000shares 10000ahares
shares That prices were incline to ad advancu advanco
vancu under the influence of the settle settlement settleInent ¬
ment was wa satisfactorily explained by the thefact thefact
fact that the buying of stocks for the thefirm thufirm
firm outnumbered the selling fully 6 to 1 1That 1That
That is to say the house was wa largely largelyshort 1arge 1argeshort
short of the market The failure is a at attributed attributed ¬
tributed to cotton speculation as a the re recent retent ¬
cent movement ofstocks of stocks has been in fa favor favor ¬
vor af outstanding contracts of the firm firmLast firmLast
Last weeks rumors of financial difficul difficulties difficulS ¬
S ties which related to this house brought broughtpressure
broughtpresHure
pressure to bear and precipitated the as assignment assignment ¬
signment The fact that the same kind kindof kindof
of rumors are circulated regarding some someother someothr
other houses is a factor in Keeping Wall Wallstnvt Wallatrtct
stnvt sentiment unsettled unsettledThe unsettledThc
The only notable movements during the theday thsda
day da were the advances in Sugar sup supposed supposed ¬
posed to to be bear covering and IK 1r Burling Burlington ¬
ton on resumption being of the same samecharacter samecharacter
character as that which has given the thestoik suieatotk
stoik its recent strength strengthThese strengthThese
These advances prompted some sharp sharprallies sharpraliks
rallies at other points and some of the theeanif theeartkr
eanif r losses Were er recovered The mar market jnarkeL ¬
ket was semistagnant at tlirtes and the theclosing thecioting
closing was dull and irregular London Londonsolrt Londonsoul
soul small amounts of f stock although althoughthat althoughthat
that market as a whole showed strength strengthon
on the advance advan of the British B ltlah Jnto nto the theTransvaal
theTransvaal
Transvaal It t is worth remembering that thatthe thatthe
the sperujstiv1 seuJat1vowecM world has bsedi batied itt Ittry Ittryest
1rgeat
est hopes regarding the end of the Tranfe Tranfevaal Tranavaat
vaal war on the effect to be produced in inthe Inthe
the money market by the resumption of ofthe ofthe
the goi1 supply from South African Africanmines Atrlean1ines
mines < > ut at the present time there is isa Isa
a reflux ref1u of cash into the reserves of all allthe allthe
the great banka of o the world and in increasing increasing ¬
creasing difficulty is being experienced in infinding infndng
finding profitable employment for idle idlecapital idlecaji
capital capitalDullness caji tat tatDuflnes
Dullness today was accentuated d by the thefact thefact
fact that the week will be interrupted by bya bya
a holiday in NCT > York and by the years yearsgreat yearsgreat
great racing event is i London LondonSterling LondonSterling
Sterling exchange vas weak today The Thebond Thebond
bond market was very dull and showed showedweaknes ed edweaknes
weaknes in sympathy with stocks To Total TOt1 ¬
tal sales par value 1160000 1160000United 1160000United
United Statep State bonds were unchanged unchangedin
in bid quotations
Bond Quotations QuotationsISt
ISt S 2s s ref iM M K T 4s 93 93when l
when issued KM N Y C lstslll lstslllU Ists 111 111U
U S 2s reg 19Z J C gen 5sl2U4 5sl2U4IT i iLI
IT S 3s reg reg1U lOdfc No Pee 3s 67i
15 1 S 3s couplO coup IO9 Vs No Pac 4s 4s104 4s104IT 104 I IIT
IT S new 4s reg34V N Y C St L LU LU
U S new 4s 4s 106 106coup 106coup
coup 1141 ii4 Nor W con conU
1 U S old is regH5 c 4 4i 96 96US 96e ½
e US old 4s coupJlSf QjtJiav V lstslll lstslllIT
IT T S 5s regT13 reg li O Ore Niy y 4s 4s104 4s104V 104 104r
r S 5s coup coupli3 123 O S a I Jj 6g 65129 65129Dis 129 129Dif
Dif C 3 i5s i i O S L dun 5slli 5slliAtth 5s11IAtt
Atth Att i gen 4100 4 iNs Reading pen 4s 4 S7 S7Al 87ad
Al h adj ad 4sv 4s ti 4 R G Waists W late 98 98Can 985 ½
Can S 2nd 2ndMio4St iiffi St L i M MG irC
G O 4Visi 4 ½ 99 con 58 5sC l lC
C A j O 5H4 fs T St L r sf S F Fo FI
I o N eo i iip gen fe j k iai iaiC 124C
C N gvT S St Pabi Pabicb tjl c01l Ti70 Ti70tkb
tkb 5s s U JSi vKjSIM I Is120 Is120thi iaO iaOChi
Chi Term 4s I 9o i St P I C 4 P 5sl21U 5sl21UColo 5 121 121Oi
Colo Oi South 4s sit sel So s Pac ia 82 82D i2D
D K G IstslOUs lsts1h1 ½ So Si Rail 5s 5 111 111D 1UD
D R G 1 4s 99 J S R it T 6s 71 71E
E 1 T I Va Ga T 1 P lsts114 lsts114Ists sts 114 114s1
Ists s1 J02 IOt JT T P 2uds > 67 67Erie 7 7en
Erie gnn en 4s 71 jU U P I 4s 108 108P 306F
P V A D 1 C Is 1 72 7 Vab Isle IsleGi 115 115G
G Gi u Elec 5s 5s12f1 120 Vab 2nds 2iidc112 2iidc112l9wa 102 102Iowa
Iowa l9wa C Ists 115 West Shore 4s 113 113K 111K
K P G Is 1 71Wis T1Z Wis C Ists 90 90L
L N Uii 4s 9 twVa Centuries 92 92M 92N
M K T 2nds 2nd db4 db4Stock I
Stock Quot6is
Atchison AtchisonPreferred S ½ tTrilpn tiiipnPacLtld
tiiipnPacLtldIrefcrred Pacific U 53 5370V
Preferred PreferredBill 70V 7Y Preferred 7j 73 73Bid ½
Bill Ohio OhioCsin 75VWabash Wabash 8 8Preferred 8Cti
Csin Pacific PacificCiui Preferred 20 20r 30Cl
Ciui Southern SouthernClHrf r > lV L E 9 9Ctv
ClHrf Ohio OhioCht 27 i Second pfd 25 2512H 25Chi
Chi Great t W WC 12H win Central CentralC 15 1512Zfe
C B a Q QPreferred 12Zfe 15Tkfrd Third Ave AvelIZ AvelIZhi 113
hi 101 L 21 Adams Ex 115 11551i 115Preferred
Preferred PreferredChi 51i 513Amerlcai American Ex laO 150UK laOChi
Chi E Ills IllsChi UK United States 45 45Clii
Chi Nwest NwestC NwestD234WeIIsFargo 162 WellsFargo 116 116C
C R I P PC 1 1II Am Cot Oil 33 333k 333kC
C O I C C St L LCo 5 b > i Preferred 90 90Co
Co Southern SouthernFirst 6 t iAm Malting 3 3First
First pfd pfdSecond 42 Preferred PreferredStcond 22 22i
Second pfd pfdDel i l6A Vz Am S R 37 37S 37DCI
Del Hudson HudsonDel 113 ii Preferred 88 88li 88Dcl
S Del L W WD W177 li Am Spirits SpiritsD 2 2IsVi
D R G GPreferred IsVi is Preferred 17 171referred
Preferred PreferredSrie 67 7 iAm Steel Hoop 20 20Iiie
Srie SrieKim Iiie 11 Preferred 70 7035VAm 70j 70jFirst
Kim pfd pfdGreat 35VAm 3 t S W WGreat 33
Great 2s pfd pfdHocking 153 ½ Preferred PreferredHocking 73 73U
Hocking Coal CoalHocking U Am Tin Plate 21Mt 21 21Hucklng
Hocking Val ValIlls 371 374 Preferred 73 73112V 73ills
Ills Central CentralIowa 112V Am Tobacco TobaccoV 9lH 9lH17i
V Iowa Central CentralPreferred 17i Preferred 130 1304t 130Preferred
Preferred PreferredK 4t 4b lAnac I M Jo o 40 40K
K C CP P G GLake 1 16 B R T 70 7027liColo 70Lke
Lake E W W1ref Y 27liColo F I S5 25Ireferred
1ref Ireferred erred erredLake 91 I Con Tobacco J3 J32l2Va 23Leke ½
Lake Shore ShoreLouis 2l2Va Preferred 77 77Louis
Louis Nash NashManhattan 79 9Federa1 Federal Steel J4 J4S94 34Manhattan
Manhattan L LMet S94 S9 Preferred 6Wi 66 66Met ½
Met St Ry RyMex 155 Gen Electric 13S 133Mex
Mex Central CentralM 12 12Gucoe Glucose Sugar 47 47fills 47M
M St L LPreferred fills i Preferred 8i 8ii 99 99Prcfirred
Preferred PreferredMo i Int Paper 21 21i 21Mo
Mo Pacific PacificMobile i 5 Preferred Preferr4Mubilc fif fe feoS
Mobile Ohio OhioM oS ILaclede Gas 66 66l 68M
M K T TPief l i Nat Biscuit BiscuitPreferred 29 4
Pief Preferred erred erredN 3 Preferred SO 80N
N J 1 Central CentralN 117 Nat Lead 20 30N
N Y Central CentralNor 111 Preferred PreferredNor 96 9635V
Nor IV V VPreferred 35V Nat Steel SteelPreftrred 28
Preferred PreferredNo 7 78 > h Preferred S SNo 1 1t
No Pacific PacificPrtferred d4 t N Y A B B124 124 12473VNo
1 Preferred PrtferredOntario 73VNo 7r No American 14 14Ontario
¼ Ontario W WO V 21 Pacific Coast 49
O R N NPref 42 First pfd 80 0 0Preferred
Pref Preferred erred erredllennsyivania 76 Second pfd 60 6012t
60rinsyivn1a
llennsyivania llennsyivaniaBeading rinsyivn1a 12t Pacific Mail MaileadIng
2f
Beading BeadingFirst 1 Peoples Gas SK 99First f
First pfd pfdiieeonrt 55 Pressed S Car 43 43M 41Stcond
iieeonrt pfd pfdE M i Preferred 7 7b 7bB
E G W WPreferred V 58 i Pullman P Car180 Car180S7 Car180Preferred
Preferred PreferredSt S7 ½ S R T 5 5 5St
St L S F FFirst 10 1 j Sugar 116V 1I4FIrst
First pfd pfdSecond Preferred Ill Ill53U liiSecond
Second pfd 53U ½ Tenn C I 72 7210V 73I
8 L I Sweat SwestPreferred 10V 10C U S Leather 10 10Va I0Preferred
Preferred Preferredit > Va Preferrtnl Preferrtnllls
it Paul lls U S Rubber RuhbrFret 28H
1 Preferred PreferredSt Fret rred 172 I Preferred PreferredSr J6
St K O OSo Olii 111 i Western Inion 78 78XiVRep 79d41
So Pacific PacificSo XiVRep rt2 Rep L I S 13 13T 13s
s So Railway RailwayPrfferrwr T Preferred PrefrredPrfrrd i H H5J
Prfferrwr PrfferrwrT 5J IP PCCStL36 PCCStL36Tx C C St L 36 ½
T Tx x Pacific
Loans Exchange and nd Silver SilverNew SilverNw
New York May 28 28Money Money on call 1
1 t jar cent centiritts centkrite
iritts mercantile paper 8 ½ < i4 i4Sterling 4 4Stcrflng
Sterling exchange weak with actual actualvlsi tctuatIsifle4s
vlsi Isifle4s new in bankers bills at 4Jf7 487487 487487fr 4S7 4S7ftr
ftr iefttt ieftttF iwn nd an f JgMffj Qrifeixtr Qrifeixtrdays
days F t VS POsted ratMf Ittt Itttcial fW > yjtSSf t tiofnmc tiofnmciitl
cial iitl bills 48 49334e484 49334e484lIar vMS4 vMS4Mexican
lIar sflver sflverMcttcaii
Mexican d dSflver Va7s 4 4Sflver
Sflver SflveroverneClond cVrl cVrlGovernme
Governme overneClond Is fTeaOy eadj state tatt bond bond4ljacIve
bondbonds
ljacIve rIIroot bonds wewk wewkCondition we1kConditi
Condition n of the Treasury TreasuryWashington TreasuryWashintOn
Washington May J8 STodays Todays state statemvm staterne1t
mvm of the treasury balances exclusive exclusiveof
I of tho 150000 15Q00000 < XH gold reserve in the dlvi dlvialnn diviftn
alnn ftn of redemption is asfollows aa iolItws Avail AvallaWe Avail1Wie
aWe < ash balances 1463W 1463545s gold goldM 69 69i 69metal
i M 7S6
Metal Market MarketNew MarketNew
New YorH Yor ¼ May 28 28The The main interest interestin interestiii
in the ITtal markets today was the harp barpdecline harpdccltne
decline in the price of iron at Glasgow Glasgowand Gasowand
and Middlesboro In the former market JOWtcetprices marketprie
prices fell off 2g and in Middlesboro they Uheydeclined
2 declined SB Closing prices at Glasgow Glasgowwere GIawa
a A were lOs lid and at Middlesboro 69 While Whileprices While1prices
prices iu ft the local market were un unHUME anRArgiI
HUME I IlidiTijJEOKERS IlidiTi TllItUliMUiTiIROKERS
jJEOKERS Booms 204211 204211D
D F Walker Building BuildingNew BuildiiigYoik
New York Stocks Chicago Grain Grains
s
changed the marknt was aa dull ahQ weak weakThe weakThe
The local market for pig tin was dull dullwhile dullwhile
while London prices advanced 2 5s for forspot forspot
spot and 1 10 los for futures Spot closed closedat
at 3135 138 lOs and futures at 131 June de delivery dolivery ¬
livery was quoted at 2850 to 2889 and andJuly andJi1y
July at 3690 to 2SJ 2SJne 28110 28110Copper
Copper was at ew Y9rk unchanged unchangedpot
pot hOt futurea were iisy wlth wlthJuneAugust
JuneAugust ne August quoted noted at 1616c 1616cLead 1616cLead
Lead was dull dullj dull1Spelter
1Spelter j Spelter ruled A shade easier easierFollowing eaaierFIlowlng
Following are quotations quotationsCupper quotationsCpper
Cupper lake 1616 electrolytic 16 16casting
casting 1616 1616Lead
Lead LeadSpelter
Spelter SpelterTizi
Tizi 210O90 60 tin plates 4366475 at atniilV atffiIL
niilV ffiIL ffiILiron
Iron No 1 northern 2022 No 2 north northern northem ¬
ern em 1I1 21 pig iron warrants No 2 2nominally 2nominally
nominally US USStocks 15 15r
r Stocks in iondon iondoniNew ondon ondonNew
New York May 2SCommeroIal Ad Advertisers AdvertIser ¬
vertisers London financial cablegram cablegramThe
The markets here were stagnant today todayand todayaid
and business buslne was hardly tested The ru rurtfjr ruitjr
rtfjr that thatth the cavslry had reached Jdhan Jdhanesburg han hanesburg
esburg caused onsulcrable buying of ofrtricans edAfricans
Africans rtricans Tintos dipped to 50 5 hcJow i1owOat hcJowthe
Oat for a Lrng tIm op the alfoC 1 In Inthe
the Maal but rallied Jo o51 51 on London Londonbuying Londonbuying
buying buyingAmericans buyingAmericans
Americans were imdhangecl unchnpgedaitc arid feature featureless
featureltsa ¬
S SThe
less lessThe The bank got 2OC3 1OC gold from Aba Australia Abatr ¬
tralia tr lia
GRAIN AND AN PROVISIONSWheat PROVISIONS PiOVISIONSWheat
Wheat Closed ClosedSteady Steady and a Shade ShadeLower ShadcLower
LowerChicago Lower LowerChicago
Chicago Hay 38 23Whji AVhtn the fl session be began bean ¬
gan an the wheat market was affected by bythe bythe
the factthat fact that the northwest section was wasstill wasstill
still without rain and by the steadiness steadinessef
ef cables Reports from the southwest southwestvere southwestwere
were favorable to the crop but this did didTiot didiOt
Tiot prevent July whlc had opened openedIcwer openedlewer ½
Icwer at at1 66 from advancing to 8i 6 i4 < eLater fe feLater
Later he weather pvognosticators said saidthere saidthere
there was probability of showers in tho thodry th thdry
dry section tonight and the selling this thiscaiu thisCatwed
Catwed caiu > d sent July back to Otfe 61 The marcet marcetsteadied
marltetsteadied
steadied at this point en m covering by byshorts byshorts
shorts and the report that the visible had haddecreased haddecreased
decreased 33000W bushels and th do doinestic domestic
inestic visible 1508000 bushels recovered recoveredto
to 8r8 7 < The close was si steaIy y > nuer nuerSaturday itecatutday
Saturday at atThe 06 06The
The corn market was quiet a Slid d easy easythe easythe
the greater j part > art of the he session sLon Cables Cableswere
Cableswere
were weak western weste farmers offerings offeringslarger offerfn
larger and the weather favorable During Duringthe Dur1fl Dur1fltte
the afternoon afterno u however the market marketsteadied
steadied on the visfble decrease fjf 2MOb 2MObbuhhels 240boobushels
bushels July closed fc over Saturday at
37 cents centsOats
Oats were easy and dull in a speculative speculativeway
way The market was influenced by corn cornmost cornmost
most of the session July closed clbs d a shade shadeOown shadedown
down at 1Z1 1Z1The l21 l21The ½
The provisions market opened lower on onliberal onliberal
liberal hog receipts and lower prices at atduce atthe
the y3rds and l pOnce reduction on pro produce
duce at a Liverpool Packers were fair fairbuyers fairhuyers
buyers and duringthe Session sstoki nearly all allthe allthe
the openlite openIiiglos losS wte v r odvjsrtid Jfcly pork porkclosed
porkod
closed od 3fal 2 ½ l vnder nder Saturdtf and tnt mrd and andribs andribs
ribs leffcfeff uncharigfed uncharigfedThe
The leading futures ranges rangesas as follows followsWheatNo
followsWheatNo
WheatNo 2 2May 2Opoii
Opoii ii TLwT Cioa3 Cioa3May
May MayJuly 8II I65 J66 J66July
July i00 ½ 06 06T ½
T
Upiren I flf TLowM Close CloseMayl3O
7 L t v > Jt i iMay1
May1July May1 3 138 ½ S6a S6aJuly
July JulySept 27 3 7 7Sept
Sept JJP JJPOats k 37 ½ 37 37 37OatsNo ½
Oats OatsNo No2 No2i
i Open I High Log LogZfa Log Close CloseMayl21
Mayl21 121 Zfa 0 l 21 21July
July Z1 121 i1lt 4 21 J21fc 21 21i4 21i4Sept 21 21Sept
Sept j2H43020 20 230 ½ t20 20 20t
Mess hlessPorkPer Pork Per barrel barrelS
I S Open I High 1 1 Low I Close CloseJuly CloseJu1y1l17
July Ju1y1l17 lUlTVi 1112 ½ 11117 ½ 11130 11130Lard tIl30liardPerlOO
Lard liardPerlOO Per 100 ixjunds ixjundsI I IOpen
I Open I Higb Tiiow Low Close CloseJuly CloseSept
July FTTS 1 682 675s 71782 71782Sept
Sept j f75 L8tjjt L8tjjtShort G8fflteri675 U S2 S2Short
Short Ribs RibsPer Per 1 1Ct 0 naunds naundsI paundeOpen
I Open7 Open High pfighf pfighLow f I Low I Close CloseJuly CloseJuly
July 4 i 4 650 650Sept 050Sept
Sept 646 646Oash I 650 F64 I 650 650Cash
Cash quotations were as follows followsFlour fOllowsFlourSteady
Flour FlourSteady FlourSteadyWheatSprIng Steady SteadyWheatSpring
WheatSpring No 3 C3 g65 No 2 red redflNo
70 70Corn Corn flNo No 2 3Se37 36 ½ 37o No 3 yellow yellowS7VB 36
36datsNo
S7VB S7VBOats Oats datsNo No 2 21 22 No 2 white 24 24t2S 24t2SNo 26 26No
No 3 white 2324 2324Rye 23Z4RyeNo
Rye RyeNo No 2 K KBarley 554 554BarIeyQood
Barley BarIeyQood Good feeding 9V3C 34ji 37 fair to tochoice tochoice
choice malting WfjtlV WfjtlVFlax 4041 4041FLax ½
Flax Seed SeedNo No 1 La1 No i 1 northwest
180 180Timothy 180TimothyPrime Timothy TimothyPrime Prime seed 240
240Mess O OMess
Mess Pork PorkPer Per barrel 10151125 10151125Lard 10iii112oLardPer
Lard LardPer Per 1 100 0 pounds poundsShoreltlbsSIdes fe70eaS4
fe70eaS4Shore
Shore ShoreltlbsSIdes KibsvSides loflBC C86Q C86QShoulders
Gb65ShouldersTrv
Shoulders ShouldersTrv Drv salted boxed 6 6Short OJOQd16 OJOQd16Short
Short Clear SidesKBoxed 69W 69WWhisky 69070U 69070UVbiskyBa5ln
Whisky VbiskyBa5ln Basis of high tvinm WLi L2 L2Sugar 18SugarUnchsnged
Sugar SugarUnchsnged SugarUnchsngedCloverContract Unchanged
UnchangedClover
Clover CloverContract Contract grade 750
TRee I Rec I Ship Ship1000J ShipFlour
Flour barrels barrelsWheat 1000J 1000O 13000 13000Wheat
Wheat bushels bushelsTorn 22400Iil000 22400Iil000Corn
Torn bushels bushelsOats 2250 2250001i32000 l3S000 l3S000i I IOats
Oats bushels bushelsRye
Rye bushels bushelsBarley Itioj ItiojBarleybusheis
Barley Barleybusheis bushels 4000U0 4000U0Pai
i Pacific Pai c Coast Grain Markets MarketsSan MarketsSan
San Francisco May 2S 28WhatSteady 28WhatSteadyMay VNTieat Steady
SteadyMay
May 90 December 984 984Barley 98tBarleyNo
Barley BarleyNo No sales salesPortland salesPortland
Portland Ore May 2S 2In In the local localwheat localheat
wheat heat market most of the dealers are aredisinclined aredisinclined
disinclined to quote above Sic for Walla WallaWalla WaltaWalla
Walla and some have even got their theirlimits theirlimits
limits down dow to SOc At the slime time timethere timethere
there are reports of a material advance advanceover advanceover
over these figures being paid In the in interior Intenor ¬
tenor although from an export stand standpoint standpoint ¬
point it is i net worth to exceed Sic Valley Valleyis
is easy At about same prices as Walla WallaWalla WallaWalla
Walla WallaCleared WallaCleared
Cleared British ship Allerton Queens Queenstown Queenstown
town town with 116007 bushels of wheat wheatTacoroa wheatTeoma
Tacoroa Wash May 28 28WheatQuiet 28WheatQuietand Wheat Quiet Quietana
ana unchanged Bluestem 54c club Sic Sicboth 51cboth
both for export exportVisible exportVisible
Visible Supply SuppTyof of Grain GrainNew GrainNew
New York May 2t The visible supply supplyy
of grain Saturday y May 36 as compiled by bythe bythe
the New York Produce exchange is as asfollows Itsfollows
follows followsWheat followsWhat44756000
Wheat What44756000 14756000 bushels decrease 1SOS 1508bushels
000 bushels bushelsCorn bushelsCorn13G87000
Corn Corn13G87000 12687000 bushels decrease 2iO
900 bushelsOatSrrfiT bushels bube1spntsfl6000
pntsfl6000 OatSrrfiT OOO bushels increase 400000 400000busbeli
400000bushels
bushels busbeliR bushelsRe16T
R Re16T e 1907000 bushels decrease 5UOOO 5UOOObuFhelat
buFhelat buFhelatBarle buelielRsrle944000
Barle Rsrle944000 944000 bushels increase 1UOW 1UOWbubhels Ifl000bushels
bushels bushelsGrain l lGrain
Grain Conditions Conjlitiotts in Europe EuropeLondon EthopeLondon
London May 38 28Thu Tha Mark Lane Ex Express Express ¬
press today says saysWhext stwsWheat
Wheat has ha improved but oats and bar barley barIcy ¬
Icy are less promising than for or many manyseasons manyseasons
seasons seasonsFrench seasonsFrench
French cereals are three weeks late lateIn lateIn
In Auslria Hungary Southern Russia RussiaTurkey RuSsiaTurkey
Turkey Greece and Persia wheat and andbarley andbarley
barley are satisfactory In Italy the aver average average ¬
age will not be b exceeded Spain expects a agocd agoQd
gocd wheat crtop crtopChicago crppChicago
Chicago Livestock LivestockChicago LivestockChicago
Chicago M May y 38 38CattleReceipts 38CattleReceiptstes Cattle Receipts
220110 Steers tes generally about steady steadyweak steadychoice
choice light firm butcher stock opened openedweak
weak closed firm Natives best on sale
today four cats shorthorns
to prime steers 500 kOI4170 76 poor to medium medium4XIQL medium4lati4
4XIQL 4lati4 selected feeders 4496610 mixed mixedWtock mixedstockbs
Wtock stockbs ifflk 373 i7521 425 cmvs 3104 3i0j400 < belt heifcrs
beltt5r
crs t5r 32M1 cannera240 cannereZ40IO < 310 bulls 276 276i44 2164g44N
4g44N i44 e ei4ves ves juiier 900465O 00 660 Texans re reftiptaL receipt
ceipt ftiptaL 608 Oft best on sale today oiie one ar mrild ar1aa4
1aa4 0 Texas fed steers 400 40020 40020Te4lla 630 630TcxmsiaSuis
TcxmsiaSuis Te4llasgsfleceipts XS gK gKH
< H sgsfleceipts gs Receipts today 40000 tomOrrow tomdrrowSUNIO
tomOrrowisn
SUNIO isn esticated left over 1000 5 Ao 10 10cents 10cents
cents lower top Q 526 k JxeS xed Wdbulch Wdbulchjcougft pbtchgood
good to choieeltUW7 642i 642ia2l
a2l jcougft heavy 60B6 5rS1O 10 HgJiU 453 V V5J2Vs
5J2Vs 8 ½ bulk of sales 51 51652 51652beepRceipts 520 520Sheep
Sheep beepRceipts Receipts 11000 Sliefep strong stronglambs stronglambs
lambs 10W25 cerf cert high lilghr r Good to tochpkc toeivk1
chpkc wethers 490 4905Z5 525 t titir ir to choice choicemixe ehoiemixed
mixe mixed 4fflC47R west wCstiZn irn sheep 475fi525 475fi525yearlings
l75l5 l75l5ear1ins
yearlings 425 425a6O 60 native lambs 450 450fJ
85 5 western lambs lambsDenver if > Q725 Q725V
V Denver livestock livestockDenter TFvestockDenv
Denter Denv May 38 33CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts 2100 2100Market
2100Market
Market teddy to strong Beaf steers 410 4105O0
500 cows 3 S00460 OOe iW feeders freight paid paidto paidto
to river 1505ft > stockers freight paid paidto paidto
to river 375OLS bulls stags etc 200
8 338
338HogsReceipts HogSrReceipts 5o 550 Market lower lowerlijcht lowerlight
light pavters patersi0O4605 OWSO heavy 490500 490500Sheep
49it0OSheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipts Iteceipts 1BO Market steady steadyOmaha teadyOmaha
Omaha livestock livestockOmaha LivestockOmaha
Omaha May 28 2SCattieRogoIpts Cattle Rqcalpts 2200 2200Market 220OMarket
Market active generally steady Native Nativebeef ntive ntivebeef
beef steers 440G64J cows and dh heifers f rs rs3iO4l
3iO4l 370 410 canners 2TSO3eO stockers and andfeeders andfeeders
feeders 375 3750520 < S 20 calves 3507CO bulls bullsstags bullsstags
stags etc 3109425 3109425HosReeeipts < K425 K425Hogs
Hogs HosReeeipts Receipts 4900 Market 5 cents centslower centslower
lower Closed active Heavy 497 49710 49710mixed S10 S10mixed
mixed 495t497 A li litht ht 4fe416 pigs pigs47r pigs47z495
47r 47z495 i4 bulk of if salon l 4224t4ii7 4224t4ii7ShecpRecdptti 2 i4S7U
i4S7USheepReceipts
SheepReceipts i2W 2 Market about
stead Yearlings 2036oO wethers 450 450stock 450z2ft
z2ft stock JsMSw UlSOOf 001J500 lambs 525 525i69o
i69o 600
Kansas KansasCity City Livestock LivestockKansas LivestockKansas
Kansas Cl Ciy y May 2S 2SCattleRe Cattle Receipts ReceiptsS2S eIPts
3 000 Market steady Native steers
4521 S2S Texas steers 400QSOO Texas COV cows cows3O0i4S > B BS00145
S00145 native cows and heifers 20i
4 430 0 stockers and feeders 538525 bulls bullsiS bulls35O422
iS 35O422 35O422Hogsfteceipts 422
H Hogsfteceipts gs Receipts 6000 Market i10 i10cents 510cents n
cents lower Bulk of sales 495S500 495S500heavy 495 5OO 5OOheavy
heavy 49067 packers f95505 mixed mixed4S6C600 mixed4J660O
4S6C600 light 4aO 4iO495 L05 yorkers 49H5495 49H5495pigs 4906496IlgS
pigs 470 47049O 47049OSheepReceipts 1W 1WSheep
Sheep SheepReceipts Receipts 4000 Market strong strongLambs strongLambs
Lambs 500W 6eh4e muttons 3503675 3503675Butter 35Oj675Butter
Butter and Eggs EggsChicago EggsChicago
Chicago May 28 28On On the Produce ex exchange cxchange ¬
change today the butter market was wassteady wassteady
steady Creamery 1S1S ½ dairy 3S 3ScheeseSteady ½ e eCheeseStedy
cheeseSteady S ½ 69 69Eggs 0 0Eggs11 ½
Eggs Eggs11 Eggs11Egin 11 11Kigin ½
Kigin Ills May K S13utterFlrrn Butter Firm IDc IDcofferings ificofferings
offerings 260 tubs sales 240 tubs at 19 ½ cofferlngstor c cofferingsTor
offeringsTor week 12000 tubs tubsCoffee tubsCoffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew
New York May 23 28CoffeeFiitures 28CoffeeFiituresdosed Coffee Futures
Futuressales
dosed 1km at 5Q10 lOlflt5 adance Total Totalsails
sales 14000 bags including May at C7o C7oJune 1L75June
June 6W 0 July 6808685 August 685 685September 6S 6SSeptcmer
September 690 09OQ85 85 October 695 Novem November Novemher ¬
her TflO December 720 Spot Rjo Rjosteady Jiosteady
steady No 7 Invoice 7 1 1316 mild market marketquiet marketquiet
quiet Cqrdova SH413 SH413Sugar 9j4rlJl3SugarSteady
Sugar SugarSteady Steady refined firm firmA firmA
A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned EarnedEconomy EarnedEconomy
Economy is the lesson taught by this thissaying thissaying
saying It ls a true economy to take takeHoods take1loods
Hoods Sareaparitfla at his season be because beeaus1 ¬
cause It purifies enriches and vitalizes vitalizesthe vitalizesthe
the blood and thus prevents sickness sicknessand sicknessand
and puts the whole system in a state stateof stateof
of health for the co o44ag ing eeason Every Everybottle Everybottle
bottle of Hoods Hoodsarsapari1ia Sarsaparilla contains
100 doses domspostUveProof poalUvifproof that it is econ economy econonly
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only tc take only Hoote HooteConetlpation HOO1eConstipation
Constipation is cared by Hoods Pills PillsEXCTJESION PillsBXCUBSIO1
EXCTJESION rOB ALL AJUDBio ALLRio
Bio Grande Western and Burlington BurlingtonBoute BurlingtonRute
Boute BouteWill Rutefl
Will fl sell tickets ticke for or all trains ftf June JuneB
B at ori one fare plus 8 for the theround rQUhd 4rip 4ripfrom np npfrom
from all points Jn Utah to toOmaha toOipaha
Omaha and return 4 32 00 00K4nsas 00Kttnsas
K4nsas City and return v 33 IJQ IJQSt Q0St
St Louis and return ithrn ithrnChicago iSJfrjBO iSJfrjBOChicago
Chicago and return v < i < 41 JlpO JlpOSi 0 0St
Si Pauland Paul and MinnigaoU and r re return J Jturn >
turn w s > t89 3900 3900Ilckets 0 0Tickets
Tickets good until Sep epj 9 1900 1900Through 1900rhroligli
Through Pullman Palace alace Sleeping SleepingCars SleepingCars
Cars dally from fromOgden Ogden Salt Lake City GIfyProvo CityProvo
Provo and all p6tatr on onthe the Rio Grande GrandeWestern
GrandeWesternmaii
Western Westernmaii mainline line to Omfthaltnd Oniaha nd Chi Chicago
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from Denver to o above pbinte oLnts carrying caisryingPullman
carryingPullman
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Buffet ButtetSmokihgLibrary
BuffetSmokingLibrary
SmokihgLibrary Dfiufte DInb Chair Cars Carsand Caz Cazand
and Coaches Leaving Denver at 4 p pm prn
m arriving St Louis T V p m and Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago 839 p m next e eYgning fninffi and leav leaving leaving ¬
ing Denver 19 p m arriving St Touis Touisand Touisand
and Chicago aeeend ntrning at720a at720am at 720 a arn
m i iBesure
rnBq Besure Bq sire undfte tind thatsour ticket reads readsvia readsvia
via Burlington RquteTCrom Route from Denver DenverFor DenverForI For
Forreservation
I reservation f I berthsor further Infor Information inforI ¬
I mation call e or Pt write to toR toR
R P NELSONGeneral NEL9ON Generai Agent
214 South West Temple street Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City ttyUtah Utah
RErORTS N EXPOSITIONCommittee EXPOSITION XPOITiOfrfCommittee
Committee Returns kill to House HouseWith HouseWth
With Statistics Statisticsashlnstoj Statisticsnshiugto
ashlnstoj M Mi 2t 2LOhairman 2LOhairmanTawney Qhairman QhairmanTawnev
Tawnev tram ttav coffimtltee Oil this thSt thStLotus St StLouis
Louis expositlair ccwnmemoratins the theLouisiana theIouisiana
Louisiana pujsbe e today filed a re report yeport ¬
port without recommendation but giv giving giyIng ¬
ing an extended summary of details detailsand detailsand
and purpwsea puriSesof of the thebill oill with tables tableson
on the extent of yoyernment participa participation ¬
tion in exposition up to date The sub substitute substitute ¬
stitute bin reported differs only in a afew aew
few ew of its provialww froM the act to toprpvid toprpvide
prpvid for celebrating the fOur Hun Hundredth huhdZedth ¬
dredth aoativersary of the discovery of ofAmcripa ofAmerbtby
Amcripa Amerbtby by the theexponition erepositjon at tChicagO tChicagOS
tChicagOMany Ghic go S f fMaiiy
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has turned with diagust from frAin4Ln Van oiher oiherise ohdrvise
vise ise lovable igirl with an offenslyei offenslyeibreath of1nSI ci
citreath
breath Karls Clbyer Root Tea puri purities puri purifies ¬
ties the breath by its action on the thebowels thebowelsietc
bowels bowelsietc ietc as nothing else will Sold Soldfor Soldfor
for years on absoluie 4bo1tUeituaraxitee guarantee Prife Pri
25 cts and 50 Cts For sale at JZ C M MI MI
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PORTO POMOBelief RIC UNS SPA1LV1NG SPA1LV1NGRelief
Belief WithheldUntil Withheld Until McKinley Sees SeesElt SeesPittoAct
Elt PittoAct PittoActCorrespondence to Act ActCorrespondence
Correspondence of the Associated Press PressSan PressS
S San J Jian an de Porto Rico May 21 21Charles 21Charles
Charles H Altep governor of Porto PortoLico PortoRico
Rico Lico is really governor ghvernor only inname innameAccording in name
nameAccordingIo
According AccordingIo o the t1I provisions of the Por Porto Porto ¬
to Rico Ri o government bill he has no nopower nopower
power to act without the executive executivecouncil executivecouncil
council and he has no council councilHisdesk councilHis
Hisdesk His desk is heaped daily with peti petitions petitions ¬
tions complaints and suggestions Del Delegationsof Delegationsof ¬
egationsof country people march from froman fromintetIor
an interior town perhaps twenty miles milesavay milesitvay
avay Some ask work others bread breadall breadall
all tell a tale of starvation The gov governors governors ¬
ernors private secretary attends to tothem tothem
them and they are turned away diplo diplomatically diplofliatlcalW ¬
matically maticallySince fliatlcalWS
S Since SinceMay May the people of ofPorto Porto Rico Ricohave Ricohave
have been awaiting expectantly the thepresidents thepresidents
presidents appointments The trees treasurer treesurer ¬
urer the th auditor and at last the secre secretary secrtary
tary of state are accounted for The Theother Theother
other appointments are not made and andthe andthe
the general supposition is that they theywill theywill
will not be made until Governor Allen Allenreturnsto Allenreturps
returnsto returps to consult with the president presidentGovernor
presidentGovernor
Governor Allen said saidyesterday yesterday that he hehad h hhad
had received np summons from the thepresident th thpresident
president and it is the generalopinion generalopinionthat
that heT will return on June 1 1STEPS 1STEPS
STEPS ON BRITAINS TOES TOESChicagoPolice TOESChicago
ChicagoPolice Chicago PoliceOhiefIs Ohief Is Entangled in inDiplomacy
inDiplomacy
Diplomacy DiplomacyChicagb DiplomacyChicagb
Chicagb Slay 28 28In In trying to drive driveoff driveoff
off Captain Streeters squatters from fromthe fromthe
the lake froiit tro 1 Chief of Police Ripley Ripleyacting Ripleyacting
acting in behalfof the city of Chi Chicago Cliicago ¬
cago is alleged to have committed a abreach abreach
breach of international law lawBy law3y
By arming with threeinch cannons cannonsthe cannonsthe
the fire tug Illinois and the tug John JohnHay JohnHay
Hay the chief It is said transgressed transgressedthe
the agreement between betwq n the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and Canada which prohibits prohibitsany prohibitsany
any lUt but a specified number of duly dulyauthorized dulyauthorized
authorized enlisted ships of war from fromplying fromplying
plying the Great lakes
Captain Streater has determined to tocall tocall
call the theinatter matter to the attention of the theresident
theresident
resident British tfpnsul it is said saidPure saidpure
Pure distilled water ice Phone 43 43Red 43Red
Red wagons Salt Lake Ice Co Coby Coi CoS
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by warm shampoos with ConctraA SOAP fol folest
lowedbylightdressings with Ccriciu psi psiest
est or eaiollients and greatest of skin cures
This treatment will clear the scalp and hair hairof
of crusts scale and dandruff soothe irri
tated itching surfaces stimulate the hair
follicles supply the roots with energy and andnoarishmeut andnoirishment
noarishmeut and produce luxuriant lustrous
hair bairwith with clean wholesome wholesomoscaip
wholesomoscaip5OidtttT7Whe scalp
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DE NEWS1 NEWS1Ogden
Ogden Office 524 TTtahV Loan and andErust andtrust
trust Building Telephone 14 14Increase 14OgdnZay29
OgdnZay29 OgdnZay29YALUE
YALUE Ell E8EII PRPEIITY PRPEIITYASSESED
ASSESED AJ EA1LY ELVEN ELVENILIO
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4 4Increase
Increase Over Basfe LastYear Year in InBotliCity InBotliCityand Both City
Cityand
and CountyrrAssessors figures in inDetail inDetail
Detail V I IThe v vThe
The board of ctiundy dO n commissionersyesterday commissioners
omntlssipflerSyesterday
yesterday morning morningTeceIved received the report reportof
of A Assessor ssessor Gibson touching thIs years yearsassessment
yearsassessment
assessment assessmentAmong assessmentAmong
Among the general facts shown in inthe inthe
the assessment is that thatth the total prop property property ¬
erty in the county shows an increased increasedvaluation
inerbasedvaluation
valuation The increase in Ogden City Cityproperty Cityproperty
property amounts to 169453 and in the theoutside theoutaide
outside districts the increase amounts amountsto
to 172514 172514Real 172514Real
Real estate both bolil in and out of Og Ogden Ogden
den shows a slight llghtrefl reduction otI n aritrim aritrimprovements a
1im 1improvements
provements an increase The valuation valuationin
in detail follows followsOGDEN fol1oWsOGDEN
OGDEN CITY CITYReal CIT CITReal
Real estate 381X777 381X777Improvements 3911771Improvements
Improvements 273 273438 273438Horses > 438 438Horses
Horses 1132 38395 38395Cattle 2S395Cattle
Cattle 811 17059 17059Sheep
Sheep 51 127 127Swine 127Swine
Swine 117 305 305Bees 305Bees
Bees 202 rt A 404 404Merchandise 404MeichandThe
Merchandise arid fixtures 609 609i976 609i976tiaehinery 976 976Machinery
Machinery tiaehinerySolvent vl 70ff46 70ff46Solvent
Solvent credits i 66699 66699Money 05699Money
Money MoneyPersonal T TPersonal
Personal not enumerated 808313 808313Total 808313Total
Total value va1ueof of persojial 600923 600923Total C00923Total
Total value Ot O Th li property propertyassessed propertyassesse4
assessed by theassessor th ass sior j7OS613S j7OS613SState 7086 138
138State
State board assessment assess th eht esti estimated ti timatezl
mated matezlTotal 95814 95814Total
Total 7681952 7681952ccrosoTY 7681052Real
ccrosoTY ccrosoTYReal
Real estate 1466537 1466537Improvements 1466537Improvements
Improvements 486222 486222Horses 485222Horses
Horses 3104 88597 88597Cattle 88597Cattle
Cattle 7812 141132 141132Sheep 141132Sheep
Sheep 38987 t 90922 90922Swine 922 922Swine
Swine 1717 4 4241 4241Bees 241 241Bees
Bees 1482 1402Merchandise 2824 2824Merchandise
Merchandise and fixtures 65968 65968Machinery 58968Machinery
Machinery < 104I65 104I65Solvent 104865Solvent
Solvent credits 30702 30702Money 30702Money
Money r i 2010 2010Personal 2050Personal
Personal not enumerated 211439 211439Total 217439Total
Total value of < personal 751640 751640Total
1 1Total
Total value of ptaU aU property as assessed asi ¬
i sessed by the assessor 2704335 2704335State 2704335SLate
State board assessment esti estimated etiI ¬
I mated f 373600
Total 3077935 3077935Grandtotal 3077935Grandiotal
Grandtotal q oCcounti Bounty 10769887 10769887The 1076988The
The total asa asseei1 3ed valuation of the thecounty thecounty
county ft arni d city qty4i fOjg 3 iEi9 was as fol folCounty I Ilows
lows lowsCOubty
County X ba 3905421 3905421Clt 2905421CIt
CIt 7 7512499 7512499if 12499 12499Total
if i iTotal
Total i 10417920 10417920nun 104179201IftY
limln limlnHOSTILITISS nun 1IftY v D RO iFIE coci cociHOSTILITIES
HOSTILITIES B TWEEil TWEEND4JES ABBOTT ABBOTTDispute
D4JES D4JESDispute
Dispute Over a aBill Bill For Typewriting TypewritingLed TypewritingLed
Led to IRTamol WarmWcids prda and Epithets EpithetsAppointments EpithetsS
S Appointments Vetoed Vetoedere VetoedThere
There ere was the liveliest kind of a aat ard
rd at a the session of the city councll councllriight counhillastS
lastS night CduhCilmen AbbOtt and andan andJcinb
Jcinb got into iiiputd that almost almostleclto
leclto blows Cotincilan Jonie me metaphorically
taphorically speakni asked thi gen gentleman
tleman an from rom the Fifth to step on the thetail thetail
tail of liisc coat and Mr Abbott dared daredthe daredthe
the other to knptk the chips off his hisshoulder hisshoulder
shoulder shoulderThe shoulderThe
The matter came up on the bill of ofMiss ofMiss
Miss Peebles of 8834 for typewriting typewritingdocuments
typewitlngdocuments
documents in the waterworks case for forthe forthe
the city attorney The bill had been beenlaid beenlaid
laid over from the last meeting When Whenit
it was called up last night Mr Abbott Abbottas Abbottas
as chairman of the claims committee committeeopposed committeeopposed
opposed it calling attention to the fact factthat factthat
that a typewriter might have been em employed emplayed ¬
played for a whole month for consider considerable considerable ¬
able less than the sum charged chargedJones chargedJones
Jones retorted in a sarcastic speech speechreferring speechreferring
referring to the orator from fheFifth fheFifthand fheFifthand
and asserting that bills from the theGeorge theGeorge
George A Lowe company of which Mr MrAbbott MrAbbott
Abbott is manager were passed by the thecommittee thecommittee
committee without question This Thisbrought Thisbrought
brought an angry reply from Abbott Abbottand Abbottand
and for a few minutes epithets were wereflying wereflying
flying back and forth so rapidly that it itwas ItI
I was impossible to keep tragic of them themWhile themWhile
While Mr Abbott was making some someremark someremark
remark about honor and the lack of it itthe itthe
the gentleman from the Second offered offeredto
to drop Mr Abbott out of the window windowAbbott windowAbbott
Abbott questioned Mr Jones ability abilityand abilityand
and Jones said saidIf saidIf
If the ponderous gentjeman from the theFifth theFifth
Fifth will come come put into the theShall Shall Ill Illdress IlIdress
dress him down to something of my mysize mysize
size and then thencontlnue ebntlnue the argument argumentMr
Mr Jones suggested that Abbott Abbottbring Abbottbring
bring the chief of police along with withhim withl
l him as a body guard Mr Abbott con considered considered ¬
sidered the inducement insufficient and andyieldedto andyleldedto
yieldedto the presidents call for order orderThe orderThe
The Incident was closed closedby by allowing the thebill thebill
1 bill billThe The notice of intention to pave Wash Washington WashI ¬
I ington avenue and also the report of ofthe ofthe
the city engineer on the proposed work workwent Workwent
went over orone tveek tveekA
A communication from the mayor ve vetoed yee ¬
toed the appointment of John Hutohins Hutohinsand Hutchinsand
e and D O Sullivan a patrolmen on onthe onthe
the ground that the city could not at ati atthe
i the pr prdent ent time add to its expenses expensesThe expensesThe
The veto was sustained sustainedThe sustainedThe
The finance committee reported that thatthe thatthe
the brass band had been engaged for forthe forthe
the Memorial day dar services servicesThe servicesThe
The committee1 on streets recommend ¬
ed that the water company be request requested ¬
ed to move all Hydrants now on the thesidewalks thesidewalks
sidewalks to the curb line The report reportwas reportvas
was adopted On the recommendation recommendationof
of the same samcothmlttee committee the grade on onMadison onMadison
Madison avenue was ordered lowered loweredthree loweredthree
three feet feetJ feetJ
J E Davenports bill for 36750 back backsalary backsalary
salary as chief o of police was ordered orderedPaid orderedpaid
Paid PaidThe paidThe
The ordinance cheating another sewer sewerdistrict sewerdistrict
district passed its first reading readingA
A large umoUnt of routine busness busnesswas busthesswas
was transacted and the council ad adjourned adjourned ¬
journed for a week week5WO weekwo
5WO wo SIfrATii SrA4PQX POX CASES CASESStranger CAESStranger
Stranger FromKansas City Kansas KansasDevelops KansasDeve1ops
Develops the Disease DiseaseAnother DiseaseAnother
Another case eaee nf qifsma11pox smallpox was taken takenout takenj
takenjout
out to the pest house yesteTday bv di direction clirection ¬
rection of Sanitary Inspector nRTIluamMoyes nRTIluam WiiflamMoyes
Moyes The Themai man was froni the least leastand east eastand
and had decided to try the baths at atthe atthe
the hot springs forrheumatic trouble troubleHe troubleHe
He was boarding with James M F Per Perrin er errin
rin in Pleasant View and an eruption eruptionbroke eruptIonbroke
broke out on his kin a few days ago agowhich agowhich
which graduallygrew graduttily grew worse Friday Fridayhe riday ridaylie
he came to Ogden and two physicians physicianspronounced
physicianspronounced
pronounced it a case of smallpox A Athird Athird
third differed with these two and the theman theman
man went back to Pleasant View Yes Yesterday Yesterday ¬
terday his case was worse and he came camein cameih
in to consult the sanitary inspector inspectorwith Intinectorwith
with the result above stated statedThe statedThe
The mans name is William Wurst
andhis and his home is in Kansas City Ka KaSirs KaMrs
Sirs Higgfns who is 4domestic1 4domestic1F z dbhlestlc 10f 10fF
F H Hendershot and whose husband husbandis
is working workin at Attus tunnel hasbeen III IIIfor illfor
for several days and yesterday Dr DrCondon DrCondon
Condon pronounced the case smallpox smallpoxHorse smallpoxiIore
Horse Killed By Electric Wire WireA
A live wire came in contact with a ahorse ahorse
horse on South Washington last even evening evening ¬
ing and theanimal dropped dead in inhis Inhis
his tracks Some contractors were wjeremoving weremoving
moving a house and the structure structurebroke structurebroke
broke one of the heavily charged dee electric deetric ¬
tric light wires w1r dropping the live end endagainst endagainst
against one of the draft horses with withthe withthe
the result above stated statedTPythians statedPytbians
Pythians Elect Officers OfficersThe OfficersThe
The Ogden lodge No 2 K of P last lastnight lastnight
night elected the following officers W WH WH
H Toler C C T C Morris V C CJames CJames
James Ballard prelate A L Hey Heynolds Reynohis
nolds M at A I T Harris IG I G E EHope EHope
Hope O G J M Bishop K RS RSJ B S SJ1p
J J1p O Wqody M of M C P Jennings JenningsM
M hL bf E L N Meid M of W E S SJoyce SJoyce
Joyce examining physician physicianCall physicianCall
Call Will Soon Issue IssueBoth IssueBoth
Both the Democratic and Republican Republicancommittees
Republicancommittees
committees decided almost simultane simultaneously simultaneously ¬
ously for a nonpartisan school election electionand electionandajoint
and andajoint a joint call will likely be issued in ina Ina
a few fewdays days by the respective chairmen chairmenE
E M Conroy and George M Hanson HansonChild HansonChild
Child Culture Club ClubThe ClubThe
The Child Culture club will meet Fri Friday Friday ¬
day June 1 at 3 p m with Mrs Par Parley Parlei ¬
lei T Wright 574 Twentyfourth street streetIt
It is the pleasure of the club that all allpersons
persons Interested in the education and andtraining andtraining
training of children be present at the themeetings
meetings
Ogden Briefs BriefsThe BriefsThe
The Southern PaciflS Pacifl pay car car came in inlast Inlast
last night nightJohn nightJohn
John Mills of Salt Lake was in Og Ogden 0gden
den yesterday yesterdayEditor yesterdayEditor
Editor Wallis of the Price PricePost Post was wasin wasIn
in Ogden yesterday yesterdayVA yesterdayA
VA A E Foulkes formerly of Ogden Ogdendied Ogdendied
died Sunday at Keokuk la laJohnTParry IaJohnPariy
JohnTParry and Fanny Pearl Hayoaa Hayoaaboth Haylaboth
both ofOgden ot lDgden were granted aii1ectaiflc alicense
alicenseSaturday nze nzeSaturday
Saturday SaturdayMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph Checketts will willgd willgo
gd toKaysville to their oldhome old home forMe forMemorial forMemori
morial mori l day dayfThe dayhe
fThe he Fifth Ward association as0cation will have thaveadaI1ce havea
a adaI1ce dance oh on the itfternoorfrnd 1terflooIi riId evening
eveningof
of Decoration day daVA dayA =
A fine programme of ofatfi1et1o athletic events eventshas eventshas
has been arranged for Memorial day at atthe atThe
the Hot Springs SpringsMrs SpringsMrs
Mrs E A Larkin and Mrs Sarah SarahLarkin SarahLarkin
Larkin left yesterday for a visit with withfriends withfriends
friends in southern Utah UtahAlexander UtahI
I Alexander Robinson of Croydon Mor Morgan Morgall ¬
gall county and Miss MIs Bethel Asper of ofTScho ofEcho
Echo Summit county were married marriedSunday marriedSunday
Sunday by Justice Hall HallCommission HallCommission
Commission is at Hong Kong KongHong KongHong
Hong Kong May 28 28The The transport transportHancock transportI
I Hancock has arrived here with the themembers themembers
members of the new Philippine com commission cornmission ¬
mission on its way to Manila ManilaCr
Cr
tk Mn MnFr
Fr FrInsures
insures Love and Happiness HappinessHow
How any man may quickly cure himself himselfafter himselfjilter
after years of suffering from sexual weak weakness weakflOss ¬
ness lost vitality varicocele eta and en enlarge enlarge ¬
large small weak organs to full size and andvigor andvigor
vigor Simply send your name and ad address address ¬
dress to Dr L L W Knapp 1610 Hull bldg bldgDetroit bldgDetroit
Detroit Mich and he will gladly send sendthe sendthe
the free receipt with full directions so sothat sothat
that any man may casJy cure himself at athome athoma
home This ia certainly a most generous generousoffer generousoffer
offer and the following extract taken takenfrom takepfrom
from from his hi daily mail show how men write writehim writehim
him himDear
Dear Sir SnPlease Please accept my sincere sincerethanks sincerethanks
thanks for yours of recent date I have havegiven havegiven
given your treatment a thorough test and andtho andthe
the benefit has been extraordinary It has hascompletely hascompletely
completely braced me up I am Just as asvigorous asvigorous
vigorous as when a boy and you cannot cannotrealize cannotrealize
realize how happy 1 am amDear amDear
Dear Sir SirYour Your method worked beau beautifully beautifuily ¬
tifully Results were exactly what I Ineeded Ineeded
needed Strength and vigor have com completely cornpietely ¬
pletely returned and enlargement is en entirely entirly ¬
tirely satisfactory satisfactoryDear satisfactoryDear
Dear Sir SirYours Yours wa received and I had hadno hadno
no trouble in making UDC us of the re receipt receipt ¬
ceipt as directed and after a few days daysuse daysuse
use can truthfully say It Is a boon to toweak toweak
weak men I am greatly improved in insize Insize
size strength and vigor vigorAll vigorAll
All correspondence is strictly confiden confidential confldentin ¬
tin mailed in plain sealed envelope The Thoreceipt Thereceipt
receipt is free for the asking and he hewants hewants
wants every man to have It ItAssessment itAssessment
Assessment Ho 4 4BEN 4BEN
BEN BUTLER MINING MILLING MILLINGcompany MILLINGcompany
company a corporation Principal place placeof
of business Salt Lake City Utah Loca Location Location ¬
tion of mine West Mountain mining die district dietrict ¬
trict Salt lake county Utah Notice Is Ishereby ishereby
hereby given that at a meeting of the theboard theboard
board of directors of the Ben Butler Min Mining Mm Mmlug ¬
lug Milling company held at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah on the 12th day of May 1900 1900an 1900an
an assessment of onefourth ¼ cent per pershare pershare
share was levied upon the capital stock stockof stockof
of the corporation issued and outstanding outstandingpayable
outstandingpayable
payable on or before the 14th day of ofJune ofJune
June 1900 to the secretary at his office
408 Progress building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah
Utah Any stock upon which this assess assessment assessment ¬
ment may remain unpaid on the 14th day dayof dayof
of June 1900 will be delinquent and ad advertised advertised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless
unless payment Is made before will be besold besold
sold on the 2nd day of July 1900 at 2 p pm pin
m to pay the delinquent assessment asessment to together together ¬
gether with the cost of advertising and andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleA
A L JACOBS Secretary SecretaryFirst SecretaryFirst
First publication May 14 1000 1000Assessment 1900Assessment
Assessment Notice NoticeTHE NoticeTHE
THE MAYFLOWER MINING COSI COSIpany corpany
pany a corporation organized under the thelaws thelaws
laws ofth of th state of lYtah Utah Location of ofprincipal ofprincipal
principal place of business Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah UtahNotice Notice id i hereby given that thatat thatat
at a meeting of the board of directors directorsheld lirectorsheld
held on the 26th day of March 1900 an anassessment anassessment
assessment was levied of onehalf onehalfcent onehalfcent
cent per share on the capital stock of ofthis ofthis
this corporation payable on or uelore uelorethe uefarethe
the first day of May 1900 to the secretary secretaryEkt
Ekt his office at rooms 1416 Eagle block blockSalt blockSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon uponwhich uponwhich
which this assessment assessmentinay may remain un unpaid uspaid ¬
paid on the said first day of May 1900 1900will 1900wll
will be delinjjuent and advertised for sale saleat saleat
at public auction and unless payment Is Ismado ismade
made it will be sold on the Sftth th day of ofMay ofMay
May 1900 to pay the delinquent assess assessment assessmeat ¬
meat together with the cost of advertis advertising advertistag ¬
tag and expenses of sale saleMORRIS salerlORRIS
MORRIS SOMA1ER Secretary SecretaryRooms ecretaryRooms
Rooms 1415 Eagle block Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah
Utah UtahBy UtahBy
By a resolution of the board of ofI llreo llreotors
I tors of the Mayflower Mining Co the theabove theabove
above stock will not become delinquent dellnoucntuntil delinquentuntil
until May M 1900
SUMMONS SUMMONSIN I IIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THEThird THEThird
Third judicial district of the state of ofUtah ofttah
Utah county of Salt Lake Nannie M MWitcher MWitcher
Witcher plaintiff vs Arthur B Witcher Witcherdefendant Witcherdefendant
defendant Summons SutnmonaThe The state of Utah Utahto
to said defendant You are hereby sum summoned summoned ¬
moned to appear within twenty days after afterthe afterthe
the service of this summons upon you if ifserved ifserved
served within the county In which this thisaction thisaction
action is hi biought ought otherwise within thirty thirtydny thirtydays
days after service and defend the above aboveerititled aboveentitled
entitled notion and in case of your fail failure faitsiB ¬
siB so to do judgment will be rendered renderedagainst renderedaginst
against you according to the demand or orth ofthe
the th complaint which within tan tlays tlaysafter ays aysafter
after eryice of this summons upon you vouwill youwllibe
will wllibe be filed with the clerk of f said court courtROBERT
courtROBERT
ROBERT HARKNESS HARKNSSPlaintiffs i iPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Attorney AttorneyP
P O Address No 16S South Main Mainstreet Mainstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah UtahNOTICErService UtahNOTICEService
NOTICErService of this summons will willbe willbe
be completed by publication on the 30th 30thdav 30thday
day after afterMay May 1st 1900 and the complaint complaintis
is on file ROBERT HARKNESS HARKNESSPlaintiffs HARKNESSPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Attorney AttorneyPrivate AttrneyPrivate
Private Sale of Property PropertyESTATE PropertyESTATE
ESTATE OP GEORGE SWAN THE THEundersigned THEundersigned
undersigned will sell at private sale five
5 shares stock of the Deseret Savings Savingsbank Savingsbank
bank and five 5 shares stock of the theUtah theUtah
Utah Commercial Savings bank on or orafter orafter
after the 5th day of June 19 1009 and writ written written ¬
ten bids therefor will be received at room
102 city and county building Terms ofr ofrsale ofsale
sale cash cashDated cashDated
Dated May 19 1000 1000DOUGLAS 1900DO1GLAS
DOUGLAS A SWAN SWANTHOMAS SWANTITOMAS
THOMAS HULL HULLAdministrator HPLLAdministratOr
Administrator if f th estate of f George GeorgeSivan
Sivan deG
IJ
THE THEUTAHGIMNO THEUTAHGIMNOSa1t UTAH GUANO COMPANY OF OFSalt
Salt Lake City UtahNotice There are aredellriqpent aredelinqpent
dellriqpent upon ih lhb foilowing described describedstock describedstock
stock on accoUht of assessment levied on ontho onthe
the 18th day of March 1900 the several severalamounts severalamounts
amounts set opposite the names of the therespective I Irespeative
respective shareholders as follows followsNo followsNoof
No Noof of f No NoCdrt NoCOrt
Cdrt Name < Share Amt Amt5s
58 S Bamberger j 260 0 J 22 50 5010S
10S S Bambergor 1879 168 16830 SO SO6D
6D A H Cannon Sf 2250
69 A H Gannon L 500 4600 4600SQ 00
30 John Becfc Becka 1000 9000
31 John Beck 1000 i 8000 80001D4 90001f
1D4 1f John Beck r 4740 42S 42660 426600o 60
105 0o John Beck 8725 725 78525
133 John Beck 4290 Q 38340
34 W L Magftmls 10 90
33 A A Richter 10 90 90UI
114 X A Richter 1000 9000
115 A Richter 1QJW 9000 900012S
12S A Richter 2000 000 18000
129 A Richter < AJtQ 9000 9000ISO
ISO A Richter 4lvQQO lvQQO 90 00
131 A Richter v 2180 22500 225 00
182 A Richter 2500 22500 00
36 M Richter 10 90
106 Annie Richter1 2000 000 18ft 00
37 Geo H Payne 10 90
137 Geo H Payne 4136 4136WOO 371 37125 37125i13 K KUS
US Horace Staynec WOO W 9000 00
120 Horace Stayner 1960 17650 175 50
121 Horace Stayner 1000 90 00 0010I
101 A Stayner > 10 0
44 T A Perkins 1000 9000
45 T A Perkins 1000 9000
46 T A Perkins 1009 9000
47 T A Perkins 1000 1000LOOO 9000
48 T A Perkins LOOO 9000
61 T A Perkins 2080 j
82 T A Perkins 34 3 06
100 Geo Frary 4000 4000S873 SflO 30000 00
102 H C Bigelow S873 S8736SS3 79S 57
110 H Beck 6SS3 61947 610 47
134 B H Schettler 6500 58800 525 00
135 L R Rogers 7855 70686 706 98
136 I Barton 44 4138 37215 372 15
118 D G Price 1000 9000 9000And 90OOAnd
And in accordance with the law and order orderof orderof
of the board of directors made on the tho16th the16th
16th day of March Ma h 1900 so many shares of ofeach ofeach
each parcel of said stock as may be neces necessary necessary ¬
sary will be sOld at the office of the com company cornpany ¬
pany at 408 McCornick block Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah on onthe7th the 7th day of May 1900 at
1 oclock clocl p m to pay delinquent assess assessment assessmost ¬
most together with cost of advertising advertisingand
and expense of sale saleBRIANT saleBRIANT
BRIANT S YOUNG Secretary SecretaryMeeting SecretaryMeeting
Meeting of directors of the above com comnany cornpany
nany on the 3rd of May 1900 the day daystock daystock
stock becomes delinquent is postponed postponeduntil postponeduntil
until Thursday May 24 at the same samehour samehour
hour and same place By order of board boardof boardof
of directors BRJANT S YOUNG YOUNGSecretary YOUNGS YOUNGSecretary
> Secretary SecretaryBv
S
Bv order of oftle the board of directors the theabove theabove
above date of oLsalot salo is extended to June June7th June7th
7th 1900 BRIANT S YOUNG YOUNGSecretary YOUNGSeerotary
Secretary SecretaryAssessment SeerotaryAssesinent
Assessment Notice NoticeVICTOR NoticeITICTOR
VICTOR GOLD SILVER MINING MININGnnmnonv MININGcompany
nnmnonv company Tnp Location itlnn of principal rlnclnn1 nlspo place nf
nfbusiness of ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice la lahereby ishereby
hereby given that at a meeting of the theboard theboard
board of directorsheld directors held on the3rd the 3rd day dayof dayof
of of May A D 1300 an assessment of ofthree ofthree
three 3 cents per share was levied on onthe onthe
the capital stock of the corporation pay payable payable ¬
able immediately to J A Groesbeck Jr Jrdeputy JrI
I deputy treasurer of the corporation at the thebanking thebanking
banking house of McCornick Company CompanySalt CompanySalt
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon uponwhich uponwhich
which this assessment may remain unpaid unpaidon
on the 6 6th h dayof day of June 1900 will be de delinquent dolinquent ¬
linquent and advertised for sale at public publicauction publicauction
auction and unless payment is made be before before ¬
fore will be sold on the 26th day of June
1800 at the banking house of McCornick McCornickCompany b1crniekCompany
Company at 4 oclock p m of said day dayto dayto
to pay the delinquent assessment to together together ¬
gether with costs of advertising and ex expenses cxpenses ¬
penses of sale
saleE E V MCUNE Treasurer TreasurerS
J A GROESBECK JR JRDeputy JRDeputy
Deputy Treasurer TreasurerOffice TreasurerOffice
Office Banking House of McCornick McCornickCompany McCornickCompany
Company Salt Lake City Utah UtahDated UtahDated
Dated May 3rd 100 100Pierce 100Pierce
Pierce Critchlow Barrette Attorneys AttorneysSheriffs AttorneysSheriffs
Sheriffs Sale
IN THE DISTRICT COURT THIRD THIRDjudicial THIRDjudicial
judicial district of the state of Utah Utahcounty Utahcounty
county of Salt Lake Henry W Brant BrantReceiver BrantReceiver
Receiver of the American Building Loan Loanand Loanand
and Investment Society plaintiff vs vsSusannah vsSusaninah
Susannah G Hansen Julius Hansen and andRussell andRussell
Russell C Woodruff trustee defendants defendantsTo
To be sold at sheriffs sale at the west westfront westfront
front door of the county court house in inthe Inthe
the city and county of Salt Lake state stateof stateof
of Utah on the 20th day of June A D
1900 at 12 oclock noon of said day the thereal thereal
real estate described as follows towit towitCommencing towitCommencing
Commencing at a point thirteen 13 13rods 13reds
rods sbuth from the northeast corner of oflot oflot
lot eight S block thirtyfive 35 plat platF platF
F Salt Lake City survey and running runningthence runningthence
thence north thirtyseven 37 feet feetthence feetthence
thence west live 6 rod thence south southfour southfour
four 4 feet thence west five 5 rods rodethence i ithence
thence south two 2 rolls thence east eastten I Iten
ten 10 rods to the plate of beginning beginningalso beginningalso
also all buildings located and to be lo located located
cated on the above described land situ situate j jate
ate in the county of Salt Lake Utah UtahPurchase UtahPurchase
Purchase price payable In lawful money moneyof j jof
of the United States StatesJOHN EtatesJOHN
JOHN F HOWELLS HOWELLSBy BOWELLSSherIff
SherIff of Salt Lake County Utah UtahBy
By A G DYER Deputy Sheriff SheriffDated SheriffDated
Dated this 2Sth th day of May 1900 1900C 1900C
C F F C LOOFBOITROW LOOFBOITROWAttorneys LOOFBOIJROWAttorneys
Attorneys forPlaintiff for Plaintiff
Delinquent Assessment Notice NoticeWEST NoticeWEST
WEST MORNING GLORY MINING MININGCompany MININGCompany
Company Principal place of business businessSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City state of Utah Notice NoticeThere NoticeThere
There are delinquent upon the followin followindescribed
followpldescribed
described stock om oaaccount account of assessn assesssN i iNo
No N 4 levied on the 29th th day of MarcH
1900 the several amounts set opposite the thenames thenames
names of the respectiveshareholders respective shareholders as asfollows
asfollows
follows namely
No No NoName NoName
Name Cert Shes Amt AmtSmith AmtSmith
Smith W y F 14 25W 6 25 25Smith 25Smith
Smith W F 164 ietXX > 26 26Smith 00 00Smith
Smith W F 160 Ii0a 3 3Smith 75 75Smith
Smith W F 177 LOOO 210 210Smith 280Smith
Smith W F v m 17 1800 1 000 260 260Smith 260Smith
Smith W F 179 1000 250 250Smith 260Smith
Smith W F 124 2800 6 6Smith 6Smith
Smith W F 394 16280 38 13 13Smith 13I
I Smith W F m 9625 TA10 TA10Smith 24 10
Smith W FT F 380 2600 2 500 635 635Smith 6 38 I ISmith
Smith W F 3fll BM 125 125Smith 1 25 25Smith
Smith W F 383 7000 17 SO SOWells 50I
I Wells V P 3S1 500 1 25 25Wells 25Wells
Wells V P 32 1 1000 0 250 250Mackintosh 2 50 50Mackintosh
Mackintosh T J 6T 1000 250 250Mackintosh 2 50 50I
I Mackintosh T J 6J 6 l 1000 OW 2 250 250Mackintosh SO SOMackintosh
Mackintosh T i JM J 69 1090 250 250Young 4 50 50Young
Young L D a 1000 2 250 250Young CO COYoung
Young L D 14 1000 250 250Young 250Young
Young L D 14 1000 250 250iToung 250Young
Young L D 145 1000 2 250 250Wallace W WWallace
Wallace W R 85 2800 625 625Hodson 625Hodson
Hodson J T 3 91 5000 3350 3350Crismon 1250Crismon
Crismon Chas Chaa108 < 108 1000 2 50 50Crismon 50Crismon
Crismon Chas 105 1000 260 260Crismon 250Crismon
Crismon Chas 109 5000 1250 1250Crismon 1250Crismon
Crismon Chas fly 500 125 125Crismon 125Crismon
Crismon Chaslt Chtts 338 2500 6 25 25Crismon 2 2Crismon
Crismon Chas 344 1000 250 250Crismon 2 50 50Crismon
Crismon Chas 345 108 1 000 2 W WCrismon bO bOCrismon
Crismon Chas 347 LOW 2 50 50Crismon 50Crismon
Crismon Chas 1 349 1000 250 250Crismon 250Crismon
Crismon Chas 350 1000 250 250Crismon 250Crismon
Crismon Chas 855 1000 250 250Crismon so soCrismon
Crismon Ch s 387 600 S 1 126 126Sturgis 25 25Sturgis
Sturgis A H 120 1000 260 260Sturgis 250Sturgis
Sturgis A H 126 1000 250 250i 2 50 50I
i Sturgis A H v 127 1000 2 280 280Sturgis aO aOSturgis
Sturgis A H 12S 1000 250 250Sturgis
1 Sturgis A H 129 1000 250 250Sturgis 2SOSturgis
Sturgis A A H 131 2000 5 00 00Sturgis 00Sturgis
Sturgis A H life 132 2090 5 00 00I 00Sturgis
I Sturgis A < H 133 2000 500 500Sturgis 5 00 00Sturgis
Sturgis A H 134 2000 5 00 00Sturgis 00I
I Sturgis A H 135 1d 5000 12 50 50Sturgis 50Sturgis
Sturgis AT A H 13S 10000 25 00 00Sturgis 00Sturgis
Sturgis A A HS67 IL 307 500 125 125Huntington 125Huntington
Huntington J 535Ji 800 2 26 26Wilson 25t
t Wilson May 141 IjWO 259 259Wilson 2 50 50Wilson
Wilson MayrJ23S May ss 250 63 63Christensen 63Christensen
Christensen F 246 12SO 315 315Christenacr 3 15 15I
I Christenacr F SSl 1 3060 7 M MClark 59ClarkPP322
Clark ClarkPP322 P P 3i2 1JWO 2 250 250Free Fd FdFree
Free J B wlCO 160 LOOO 2 253 253Free S3 S3Free
Free J 3 S Mt 1090 2 54 54Free 50i
i Free ree J S Ira LOW 250 250Free 250Free
Free J 163 lWO 250 250Ryan 2 50 50Ryan
Ryan P 332 1WO 375 375Patrick 3 76 76Patrick
Patrick J H 1SG 500 125 125Pugsley 1 26 26PugsleyCeot2G3
Pugsley PugsleyCeot2G3 208 5600 1250 1250Pugsley 1250Pugsley
Pugsley Geo 243 1260 3 In Ini IaRobinson
i Robinson L C 351 l 750 190 1 00
Hosmer J E > 25C 10 10Hosmer
Hosmer J E 25S 1 1000 080 250 250Hosmer 2 50 50Hosmer
Hosmer X T E 290 6250 16 1565 1565Rains 65 65Rains
Rains WmVi Win 317 2000 500 500Peterson 5 00 00Peterson
Peterson Aaron Ailron272 272 1250 315 315Farnsworth 3 35 35Farnsworth
Farnsworth M 275 500 125 125Hays 1 25 25hays
Hays Geo S 303 01 5000 12 12SO 12SOReynolds 50 50Reynolds
Reynolds J M 300 1250 315 315Morse 3 15 15Morse
Morse IrenM 34QJ 24O 10000 2500 2500Sarah 2500Peterson
Peterson AugusllS 341 10000 25 00 00Sarah
Sarah Edwin Edwir3 386 1000 250 250Pierson 2 50 50Pierson
Pierson Arthur 388 500 125 125Parsons 1 25 25Parsons
Parsons A B 359 ° 1080 250 250Dunning 2 50 50Dunning
Dunning L H 371 5000 12 50 50And 50And
And in accordance with law and an or order order ¬
der of the board of directors made on onthe onthe
the 29th day of MarclV tarch 1900 so many manyshares manyshares
shares of jach parcel of stock as may maybe maybe
be necessuiy will be sold at room 410 D DF DF
F Walicev Block Salt Lake City state stateof stateof
of Utah on the 7th 7thday day of June 1900 at atthe atthe
the hour of 12 m of said day to pay de delinquent delinquent ¬
linquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith
with cost of advertising and expenses of ofsale ofsale
sale THOS E TAYLOR TAYLORRoom TAYLORCittJtah
CittJtah 4 Sqretary SqretaryItoom
Room 4ir McCqrricy Block Salt Lake LakeI LakeAjinual
C I C C4nnual
Ajinual Meeting MeetingTHE NeetingTHE
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING MEETINGOf
Of the stockholders of the Aetna Mining MiningMilling MiningMilling
Milling company willbe will be held at the theoffice theaiflee
office of the company 312 D F Walker WalkerImildmg Walkerbuilding
building Salt Lake City Utah on Mon Monday Mend ¬
day d y the llth day of June 1900 at the thehour thehour
hour of 5 t oclock p m for the purpose purposeof
of electing a board of directors to serve servefor servefor
for the ensuing year and the transaction transactionof
of such other business as may come be before before ¬
fore the meeting meetingW
W F OLSEN Secretary SecretaryOffice SecrotaryOffice
Office 312 D F Walker building Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit Utah
PBOBAT PBOBATlf AND GUARD GTTABDIAHSH3P GUARDIANSffl2
IAHSH3P NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESCoueult
Consult County CountyClerk Clerk or orthe the Beeped Beepedive Respective
ive Signers for Further1 Information InformationIN InformatiorIN
IN THE DISTRICT DISTRICTcOtRT COlRT PROBATF PROBATFdivision
PROBkTIdivision
division in and for Salt Lake county countystate countystate
state of Utah In the matter of th thestate tiestate
estate of James Robins deceasftL N Ntlce NtkeThe
tlce tkeThe The petition of B BG G Raybould ni niAlex
Alex G Sutherland jr executors of ciflast i ilast
last will and testament of James Robin Robindeceased Rbtideceased
deceased praying for an order of air airreal aiereal
real property of said decedent and thir thirall 1lI 1lIall
all person interested appear before befuresaid 1 1said > >
said court to show cause why an or orshould < V Vshould
should not be granted to sell so much a ashall ashall
shall be necessary of the following d dscribed in inscribed ¬
scribed real and personal estate of suj sujdeceased sthYdeceased
deceased towit Seven shares of D Deret rieret
eret National bank stock at t private sik sikand sattand
and certain premises situate in Riverdiii RiverdiiiOneida 1 1Oneida
Oneida county Idaho and described a athe i ithe
the southeast quarter of the southw southwquarter r rquarter
quarter of section thirty and the norti nortieast non noneast
east quarter of the northwest quarter quartersection quartersection
section thirtyone all in township towishi four fourte fourteen
te teen n south range forty east Boise mr mridlan m r rIdian
idlan containing eighty acres as sr srexecutors sii siiexecutors
executors deem best also at private Mir Mirthose sa sathose
those certain premises situate in ittLake SnU SnULake
Lake county Utah and described as Ion Ioneleven I Ieleven
eleven to fourteen both inclusive blok blo
2 Windsor Place a subdivision of i t tfourteen F Ffourteen
fourteen block eighteen fiveacre p pLt pLtA t tA
A Big Field survey also for an ordrr ordrrto nrdrto
to distribute the portion of said oatnte oatntebelonging etatebelonging
belonging to Sarah Charlotte A Ashtv Ashtvalso hti htialso
also for an order approving and allowing allowingthe allowIngthe
the account of said executors dated May May36th
36th 1900 has been set for hearing u uWednesday ILWednesday
Wednesday the 6th day of June A D L
1906 at 930 oclock a m at the county countycourt couni counicourt
court house in the court room o sild sildcourt alt1 alt1court
court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake coun county county ¬
ty Utah UtahWitness
Witness tOe clerk of said court courtSeal courtSeal
Seal with the seal thereof affixed this this25th this25th
25th day of May A D 1900 1900DAVID 1900DAVID
DAVID C DUNBAR Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy
By GEO E BLAIR Deputy Clerk ClerkBennett lerk lerkBennett
Bennett Harkness Co Attorneys AttorneysIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE PROBATEdivision PROBATEdivision
division in and for Salt Lake county countystate countystate
state of Utah In the matter of th thestate tho thoestate
estate of Patrick J Hannigan deceased deceasedNotice deceasedNotlceThe
Notice NotlceThe The petition of S Hays praying prayingfor prayingfor
for the issuance to Thomas H QuiHeu QuiHeuof
of letters of administration in the estate estateOf estateof
Of Patrick J Hannigran deceased lias liasbeen iia iiabeen
been set for hearing on Wednesday the the6th the6th
6th day of June A D 1900 at 930 oclock oclocka a clock clocka
a m at the county court house in th thcourt the thecourt
court room of said court in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court courtSeal courtSeal
Seal with the seal thereof affixed this this22nd this22nd
22nd day of May A D 1900 1900DAVID 1900DAVID
DAVID C DUNBAR Clark ClarkBy ClerkBy
By ALBERT J SEARE Deputy Clerk ClerkFrank ClerkFrank
Frank Hoffman Attorney AttorneyIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PROBATE PROBATEdivision PROBATEdtvislon
division in and for Salt Lake county countystate countystate
state of Utah In the matter of thn thnestate thoeatate
estate and guardianship of Howard l Lee Leeand ew ewand
and Thomas H Lee minors Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition for approval and settlement settlementof
of the annual account of the guardian of oftha ofthe
the persons and the estates of Howard HowardLeo ITowardLeo
Leo and Thomas H Lee minors has hasbeen ha habeen
been set for hearing on Wednesday Wednesdaysixth lh lhsixth
sixth day of June A D 1900 at 930 930oclock 9Zloclock
oclock a m at the county court house housein housein
in the court room of said court In Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWithess
Witness the clerk of said court courtSeal courtSeal
Seal with the seal thereof affixed this this22nd this22nd
22nd day of May A D 1900 1900DAVID 1900DAVID
DAVID C DUNBAR Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy
By ALBERT J SEARE Deputy Clerk ClerkBennett ClerkBennett
Bennett H Co Attorneys AttorneysIN T
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county county ¬
ty state of Utah In the matter of the theestate theestate
estate of Joseph Shaw deceased Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of Anne Shaw administra administratrix admintitratrix ¬
trix of the estate of Joseph Shaw de deceased tieceased ¬
ceased praying for the settlement of offinal offinal
final account of said administratrix and andfor afl1for
for the distribution of the residue of said
Mtate to the persons entitled
set for hearing on Saturday the 9th day dayof dayof
of June A D 1900 at 930 oclock a m mat inat
at the county court house in the court courtroom courtroom
room of said court in Salt Lake City CitySalt CitySalt
Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court courtwith courtwith
with the seal thereof affixed this thisSeal thisea1
Seal ea1 28th day of May A D 1900 1900DAVID 1900DAVID
DAVID C DUNBAR Clerk ClerkFERGUSQN ClerkBy
By ALBERT J SEARE Deputy Clerk ClerkFERGUSQN
FERGUSQN 1 CANNON CANNONAttorneys CANNONAttorneys
Attorneys AttorneysIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county county ¬
ty state of Utah In the matter of th thestate tho thoestate
estate and guardianship et f Nettie Vll Wilkins Vllkins
kins a minor Notice NoticeThe The petition o oNettie f fNettle
Nettle Wilkins praying for the issuance issuanceto
to Andrew Seversen of letters of guard guardianship guardlanship ¬
ianship on the person and estate of NfttKt NfttKtWilkins NittkWilkins
Wilkins a minor has been set for hoar hoarIng hoarlug
lug on Saturday the 9th day of June JuneA JuneA
A D 1800 at 930 oclock a m at the thecounty thecounty
county court house in the court room roomof roomof
of said court in Salt Lake City Salt SaltLake SaltLke
Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court courtwith courtwith
with the seal thereof affixed this thisSeal thisSeal
Seal 26Oi day of May A D 1900 1900DAVID 1900DAVID
DAVID C DUNBAR vtork vtorkBy terk terkBy
By ALBERT J SEARE Deputy Clerk ClerkRICHARDS ClerkRICHARDS
RICHARDS VARIAN VARIAXAttorneys VARIANAttorneys
Attorneys
Summons SummonsIN
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICTcourt DISTRICTcourt
court Salt Lake county state of Itah ItahAlbert tab tabAlbert
Albert W r Longlay plaintiff vs Monro MonroSalisbury McnroSalisbury >
Salisbury defendant Summons SummonsStata SummonsStataof Stata Stataof
of Utah to the said defendant defendantYou defendantYou
You are hereby summoned to appear appearwithin r rwithin
within twenty days after the service of ofthis otthis
this summons upon you if served within withinthe
the county in which this action is isbrought ii iibrought
brought otherwise within thirty days af after after ¬
ter service and defend the above entitled entitledaction entitledaction
action and in case of your failure so to todo tido
do judgment will be rendered against againstvou againstyou
you according to the demand of the com complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint of which a copy is herewith served servedupon servedupon
upon you youBENNETT youBENNETT
BENNETT HARKNESS HOW HOWAT HOWATSUTHERLAND AT ATSUTHERLAND
SUTHERLAND VAN COTT COTTPlaintiffs COTTPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Attorneys AttorneysP
P O Address 163 South Main Street StreetSalt StreetSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtaluAssessment UtahAssessment
Assessment Notice No 13 13THE
THE TETRO MINING COMPANY OF OFTintlc OFTintic
Tintlc Location of principal place of ofbusiness ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City state of Utah Utahrn
rq < < rn of mine and works TIntic min mining miiiIng ¬
ing district Juab county state of Itah ItahNotice t tab tabNotce
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting meetingof
of the board of directors of said company companyI companyheld
I held on the 26th day of May 1900 as assessment assessment ¬
sessment No 13 of one 1 cent per share sharewas sbariwas
was levied on the capital stock of t tht thtcorporation In Incorporation
¬
corporation payable immediately to thf thfsecretary ti tisecretary
secretary at the office of the company 617 617McComick 617McConick
McComick block Salt Lake City stat statof statnof
of Utah UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentshall assessmentshall
shall remain unpaid on Saturday June 9 30
1900 will be delinquent and advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and unless unlesspayment uiies uiiespayment
payment is made before will be soi sold < l on onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday the 2Tst day of July 1900 to pay paythe paythe
the delinquent assessment together with withthe withthe
the costs of advertising and exijense of ofsale ofsale
sale By order of the board of directors directorsKKNK8T directorsI
KKNK8T WILLIAMS Secretary SecretarySalt SecretaryI
I Salt Lake City Utah May 26 1900 1900Notice l9 l9I
I
I Notice NoticeHardware Hardware Bids BidsSEALED BidsSEALED
SEALED BIDS FOR HARDWARE HARDWARErequired HARDWARErequired
required for buildings now In course of oferection oferection
erection for the university of Utah will willbe
be received by the undersigned at tho thooffice
office of the Deseret Natnal bank In Salt SaltJs3
Js3 city Utah at I tY p m on June
61 6 d when the proposals will be bei
i 1 opened and read Bids may be bei beed
i ed to D R Allen secretary Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake city Utah and marked in lOwer lwerlef lOwerluf
lef hand corner Har4ware Bids or orsuch orsuch
such bids may be delivered to the under undersigned undersined ¬
signed at the above place and time timePlane timelans
Plane lans and specifications may be seen at atthe atthe
the office of the architect R Klettlng in inthe Inthe
the HooperEldredge block Main street streetSalt stretSalt
Salt Lake City Utah The undersigned undersUcnedreserves
undersignedreserves
reserves the right to reject any or all allbids allbids
bids Each bid shall be accompanied by a
certified o nor oercent norcent
cent of the amount of the bid and in case caseof caseof
of acceptance of bid satisfactory bond for foronehalf foronehalf
onehalf of the amount of the bid must mustbe mustbe
be furnished and the bidder must enter enterinto enterinto
into a contract satisfactory to the under undersigned undersigned ¬
signed and furnish the above bond within withinfive withinfive
five days after contract is awarded The Thohardware Thehardware
hardware required must be furnished and anddelivered anddelivered
delivered at the university buildings buildingswithin buildIngswithin S
Sed
within six weeks after contract Is award awarded ¬
ed Free samples are to accompany bids bidssamples bidssamples
samples to be returned at expense of ofbidders ofbidders
bidders Reference is hereby made to the thespecifications
thespecifications
specifications on file in architect a office officefor officefor
for Information of bidders biddersStocKholders biddersDated
Dated May 23rd 1100 1100UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH UTAHStockholders
StocKholders Special Meeting MeetingDIPPER MeetingDIPPER
DIPPER GOLD MINING MILLING MILLINGCompany MILLINGCompanlNOtiCe
Company CompanlNOtiCe Notice is hereby given that thatthere titatthere
there will be a special meeting of the theof thestocitholders
stocitholders of the Dipper Gold Mining MiningMiluag
Miluag Company at tue office or the see seereti
reti rOOM 1 C1tYft1Id county build buildlug
lug a1t Lake City Wednesday June 20
1900 ociocip in for the purpose purposeof
of considering and adopting an amend amendment amendment ¬
ment to the articles of incorporation of ofthe ofthe
the company as follows By substituting substitutingthe
the word four In place of one in line linetwo linetwo
two article sir M and by substituting the thewords thewords
words twentyfive cents in place of ofone ofone
one dollar in line three article sis of ofthe ofthe
the original articles of incorporation incorporationThe
The purpose of the proposed amend amendment amendment ¬
ment being to increase the number of ofthousand ofshares
shares of the company from one hundred hundredthousand
thousand to four hundred thousand and andto andI
to reduce the par value of each share sharefrom shareI
I
I from one dollar to twentyfive cents centsR
R P MORRIS Secretary SecretaryDat
Dat Dated d May 25 5 1300

				
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