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i 5 THE SALT TiATTW TRIBTOTB? FRIDAY MOKNTNTG, JA5TUART 22, 1004.
I: iTHREE MILES OF ORE
f 1 Extraordinary Disclosures in
t tha Balaklala.
1 1 FIELD MANAGER IN T0WN
f; Western Exploration Co.'s Big
1 Wailing on. Furnaces to Begin Reim
bursement of Those Who Have
' Developed the Group.
' It has now been conclusively demon
strated that ore bodies upon which the
.Western Exploration company of this
Slty Is founding another great copper,
jold and silver-bearing proposition in
,ho Balaklala group, Shasta county,
b i California, are continuous for at least
y hrce miles, said Grant Snyder, field
I Manager for the big corporation, on
Ills arrival from the west yesterday,
md furnaces only are now required to
blaco It" among the most productive In
I he country. Recent developments on
he enormous ledge, which reveals a
I Vldth of over 500 feet on the surface,
1 iiavc all emphasized this, while a dls-
Iosurc In hitherto unexplored ground
IL vhlle assessment work was being: done
pens up another great possibility
II Wong an entirely new meridian. The
H Jnorc important of the chapter of
I itrikes made during the year, however,
I & that just made In what Is known as
Ihe 'lower tunnel," where the copper
ulphides have been uncovered, and
thlch reopens the old Balaklala mine
iroper, tliat was mined so extensively
U jor gold In former days. This latest
Hscovery Is two and a half miles west
.Hi C a similar one on what Is known as
r( he Early Bird claim, the ores In each
j-iv nalntalnlng an average better than 3
er cent copper, with good values In
old and silver. Equally as Important
l' i a discoveryof a similar class of ore
jjj half-mile east of the Early Bird,
Uj hile between these points Is the great
j re body In which Is blocked out over
is ,500.000 tons of copper sulphide, wlth
iy, ut reference to a half-dozen drill holes
,X hat have passed through from forty to
I ixty feet of sulphide ore and that,
iJm hen developed, cannot but add lm
l. neasurably to the great volume of
'ih 'ealth. The ore bodies measure from
I r( fty to 250 feet in width, said Manager
jt nyder, and the proposition through
ly ut Is a whale. He leaves for the Hon
ihf rlne and Buckhorn mines at Stockton
his morning to inquire Into conditions
' 1 1 nerc, and next week returns to the
f ' ir west to resume his labor?.
;j : I A STOCKTON LEDGE.
j ,'tmnel Advances on Its Strike for an
i , Almost Incredible- Stretch.
M At the direction of Manager Joseph
U'tf iederlchs, an underground survey of
1 Jt he Black Diamond company's mines
Lj t Stockton Is now being made by M.
Ji Mcrald Street, his report to be followed
I i y active work in the ledges from a
, ,' ,tat!on to be cut out lni the Honerlne
, rain tunnel. For 260 feet this tunnel
. !. as advanced on the Black Diamond
r kdge, the breast of the tunnel recently
I Jti Rowing as much as 11 per cent copper.
I J 5 ounces silver and Sn per cent Iron
f J; xcess. This ore, an ultra-sulphide, is
! ir countered at a depth of about COO
lJ liet from the surface, and of the ultl
. fr! oate productiveness of Stockton as a
ft iP of copper below the water afiords
I - le most Impressive lesson, perhaps,
y .iat has yet been taught. Certainly It
V rifies what has long been urged by
I Ik ic management of the Black Dia
iji lond, without reference to that ad
1 3 janced by the Honerlne and other
j Ighbors of the companv.
I j j SOUTHERN- OIL FIELD.
i i ,'anager of Mt. Pleasant Oil Bore Dis )
pit courses on the Zone.
fijC Fred R Woodward, to whose ener
, h itlc and intelligent endeavor the pco
i jle of the State are indebted for an-
hi ther organized effort to demonstrate
IJipe presence of gas and oil In commer
J M'al quantity, came In from the camp
' jr the Ml. Pleasant Oil and Gas com
gny. out of Mt. Pleasant, yesterday.
( r md over the result of his researches
j date 13 quite exultant. A sample of
n ie shale Into which the drill is now
I VJinnAving Its way. Indeed, affords the
; ost pronounced evidence of the pres
I ce of gas at a depth of 000 feet In the
It , "",co "tcoruing io data
'Jj, applied by the geological survey the
y v should be found on top of the Da
' if, t?ta Bnalea which should be reached in
7 very short time. Of Its presence
'ong that horizon. Manager Wood
l ard says everything through which
Brio drill has passed affords conclusive
I P t'idencc. The visitor says the uveragc
1 an- however much he may have the
S terest of his commonwealth at heart
V eta not grasped the real Importance of
yxic Industry. In California 250,000 bar
! ihls. a.re beSnsr co"sumed each month as
d .el by the railroads, the sugar fac
. t-lrics and stationary power plants
J: one. To the San Pedro and other
iLl ,Y'ayficlh '?cal ?,uBr plants, etc..
'ijl in this State will, offer the same
,jv iel and Manager Woodward savs the
JbYople of this State can well afford to
,1, :kc off their coats and encourage those
J j ho are promoting developments. He
C HI remain In the city several days
p i inferring Avlth I1I3 associates.
IMn Boston Copper Market.
' TRIBUNE SPECIAL.
I Boston. Jaiu 21.-1 merest in tllc Connor
Ij ' Browing, tnidlntf Is brick nn A
Mllcex arc holding well, notvlthstrindlnf
jJc rcolWiij? hales arid profit-taking by
i'joTa " Comm,8:5lo"-ho"e business con
i lAU druSErIsts guarantee every bottle of
I ; hamberlaln's Cough Remedy and will
lHi ffund tnc monQy to anyone who is not
J if, 1 itisflud after using two-thirds of the"
If, Entente. This is tho best remedy In
lto'e worJ for ,a erippe, coughs, colds.
b 0UP and whooping cough and Is pleas
I ; t'lt and safe to take. It prevents any
's:"ndeny of a cold to result in pneu-:0ionia.
tlnuea to Improvo and many ordcra arc
being executod bv theao houses. Tho
opening wns strong, but was followed by
a reaction, and later by another rally,
finally closing firm at about last nlghl'H
level. Tho announcement of tho usual
dividend of Amalgamated caused a nioro
hopeful feollng on coppers generally and
was folio u-od by advancing prices. Tho
market closed Irrogular. Honiblower &
Weeks, brokers. 63 Stale street. Boston,
and 10 Wall street, JCuw York, furnish the
.Sales Hglh. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ,..43S0KCO $49.C2VG S51.0O
Bingham lift) 23.571a 23.50 2Jt.B7J
Mcrcur -MS) ,67j .C5 .C7l5
Daly West ft) 31.75
United Stales ...3235 22.W 21.25 21 37,4
Utah 152S 34.25 K.STife 33.S7i
Curb Boston, &.2Wfi6Xii.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Low-Priced List Again Holds tho
Boards and Rules tho Roost.
; For $2753.12, which was yesterday
tossed into the pit, the patrons of the
mining exchange were permitted to de
part with 32,300 shares of stock, the
low-priced list again monopolizing the
attention of the customer and with
Martha Washington at the head of that
catcgoiTi although the prices at
which It is changing hands are not such
as to place It among the shirting lights.
Manhattan also did some business,
while among the stalwarts Grand Cen
tral was the only one to come forth
with a single lot at $3.-!2&. Con. Mcr
cur was again quite nctlvcly dealt
in around CI cents, while Lower Mam
moth found a market for several lots
at 40 cents, with Star Con. llUIng orders
at 21i cents. New York did some
sin-lining anu movcu up io cents
without much effort, while California,
the barest shadow of former days,
changed hands at ?i cent, with Tctro
bringing 31 cents, while another lot of
ore from Its TIntIc property was be
ing, sampled, the day closing on the fol-
I A. M. Call l'. M. Call.
I Bid. IAskcd.ll Hid. lAsketl.
AJax $ .05 J .Ooife $ .05 I?
Alice 10 15 I
Bulllon-B 1.60 (..
Black Bess . .02 .07
Butler-L 10 .10?; .10 .10&
Ccrlsa ;10K. .U;& .10 .11
Century S5 .S71- .SO .
Creole 3C 35
Con Mcr 63 .63i .03 .61
Daly 2.25 2.50 I 2.C0
Daly-Judge .. 3.51 1 3,40 3. GO
Daly West .. 31.30 3.S0 34.30 C5.00
Dalton 00& MY .00. .01
Emerald 0'- ft3
E & B B 35 .55 .30 .CO
G Central .. 3.40 3.G0 3.374 3. CO
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.00
Inpot 02 .02H .01 .02
J Bowers Oiy. Ol'a
Little Bell ... 1.10 1.50
Llttlo Chief . .(OV6I .01 .01-?4 .02-U
L Mammoth. .30',i .40 10
La Relne 02 .02J .02' .02
Mammoth . . 1.10 1.25 1.10 " 1.1!)'
Manhattan 00l., j 00 1-lK
May Day ... .07 .07VM -07U .07
Mar Wash . .01 .01l .Oli
New York ... .17 .22U. .lSV .2U-.
Ontario 4.50 C.25 4.75 " 5.25"
Rocco-11 .50 50
S Swansea .. ,02 .10
Sacramento . .20 ,22 .20 .21
Silver King . 03.50 I C7.C0 64. CO C7.C0
Star Con CO .22 .21 .21i
Silver Shield. .02 .04 .03 .(Gii
Tctro J .30 ,31 .20 ,3l'"
U S 21.25 25,C0 21.25 22.00
Uncle. S Con. .23 .244 .23 .24U
Utah 43 .60 " .45i
Wabash 05 .no
Yankee Con .10 .42 .41 45
Ajax. 1500 at Sc.
Consolidated Mercur, ICO at C3c
Lower Mammoth, 100 at 3SJ4c
Martha Washington, 2000 at lvic; SOiO at
Tctro, 701 at 31c.
Shares sold. 12.IC0.
Selling value. $557.25.
Consolidated Mercur. 100 at C3c: 10) at
63'ic; 500 at Glc.
Grand Central, 100 at $3.421.4.
Manhattan, 4005 at l-16c.
Tctro. 100 at olc.
Shares Hold, 5300.
Selling value. $302.50.
Con. Mercur. 100 at Ci&c; 105 at Clc.
May Day, 500 at 7c.
Star Con.. 700 at 21,4c,
Shares sold. 1400.
Selling value, J315.S7.
California, 1000 at -"Vic.
Con. Mercur, COO at Clc. .
Martha Washington, 2000 at lUc; 700') at
New York. 1200 at 20c.
Star Con.. 1000 at 21c; 500 at 20?ic
Shares sold. 13,200.
Selling value, $1007.50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
San Francisco, Jan. 21. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Andes $ .321 Belcher $ .29
Best & B 1.05 Mexican 1.S0
Bullion 00 Occidental O... .65
Caledonia 91 Ophlr 4.;o
Challenge C 24 Overman
Chollar 2C Potosl .23
Confidence 90 Savage ... 50
Con. C. & V... 1.65 Scg. Belcher 09
Con. Imperial.. .03. Sierra Nevada.. .07
Crown Point 24: Silver Hill ..... .63
Gould &. C SS I Union Con 9"
Hale & Nor 76 Utah Con 14
Justice 10 Yellow Jacket.. .42
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con. .10 Alice $ 27
Brecce .10 Ontario o!oo
Brunswick C... ,05 Ophlr 1 CO
Comstock T.... OS Phoenix 13
Con. C. & V.. 1.70 Potosl a
Horn Silver ... l.OC Savago '59
Iron Sliver .... 1.25 Sierra Nevada. .75
Leadvlllo Con.. .02 Small Honrs .. m
Little Chief 00 Standard i.eo
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure 2.50 Alloucz $ .) 75
rr:al- 51 Osceola .... co',50
Daly "West.. 33.75 Parrot 23 m
Bingham ... 23.62'A Qulncy ... i" "so
C. & IL441.0Otj44I.CO " S, Fe Cop.. 110W
Centennial . 16.75 Tamarack .. 110'no
Cop, R 45.75 Trinity 560
Dom. Coal .. 66,05 U. States ... "l'aru
Franklin ... 8.75 Utah stja
IbIc Royale . 8,00 Victoria .... "3&0
Mohawk .... 3S.75 Winona 6.75
Old Dom. .. 11.60 Wolverine- .. '7" 00
FIRST LOT FROM MILL.
Forty Tons of Concentrates From the
TJnclc Sam's New Plant.
The initial lot of concentrates from
the new mill with which the Tlntic
mines of the Uncle Sam company has
been equipped made its appearance at
the sampler yesterday and will today
go to the furnaces of the American
Smelting and Refining company. Al
though controls had not been certified
to Manager Chlpman last night, camp
assays, said he, Indicate from 35 to 40
per cent lead, with about 20 ounces sil
ver and some gold. The new plant,
says the management, has thus far re
sponded to every expectation, and while
tome of the Interests doubted the abil
L miS thJ J-pAReHient to construct a
mill for $15,000, Mr. Chlpman says the
cost is certainly within $300 of that
mark. Meanwhile the crude ores of the
mine contluue to come to market, the
management drawing down a check for
a carload of second-class yesterday
while two mere of first-class are now
V t,ns,tv,th th0 loading going on
steadily. The outlook for Uncle Sam Is
, more assuring than it has been for a
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
, BOSTON-Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY-MIdland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Angclus, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring StrceL
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, Tho Pnxton.
PORTLAND. OR, Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
WASHINGTON Willnrd, Raleigh.
long time, and with concenlrnlcs add
ed to the output of crude ore, the earn
ings should be materially Increased the
preEent season, If it is not made possible-
to pass around a piece of the "need
fur' during the summer .months.
HALF-DOLLAR A SHARE.
Annie Laurie of Kimberly Will Make
Among its shareholders the Annie
Laurie of Gold Mountain will pass
round CO cents a share, or $12,500, the
present month, said Treasurer Ball
during the day, the distribution to be
made as soon as the printers shall ac
commodate him with a new check book,
the old one having been used up In
(lir. ,1(oKM-d..ini.f nr 44 ,1 1 , . I -I ,1 I..
December. That n ledge which it was
previously believed was confined to
eight feet has bet-n widened out to
thirty-five feet by knocking out a false
wall, was verified by Treasurer Ball
during the day, while the average value
of the rock compares favorably with
any that has been opened up In the
bonanza. He reports the population
of Kimberly. the thrifty metropolis
which nestles In the shadow of the
glided peak, now numbering about 1000,
whilp the Inauguration of active work
on the Mnmmoth-Breckenrldge groups
by the Gold Mountain Mining company,
under the direction of James Long, Jr.,
next spring, promises to materially add
to this. Treasurer Ball will leave for
camp again on Monday.
NEVADA ALPINE STRIKE.
Silver and Lead Ore Which. Compares
With the Best Article.
A report from Andrew Service, su
perintendent of the Nevada-Alpine
company's properties on Lone moun
tain, out of Tonopah. Nov., tells of an
other most sensational strike In that
most interesting proposition, the assays
reaching as much as 57 per cent lead,
with no less than 411 ounces silver per
ton. Of this class of ore, which was
encountered In running for the dyke on
which the main ore body Is expected,
Superintendent Service reports over
twelve Inches, which makes tonnage
very rapidly, and with this It is not
difficult to see whence another dividend
is coming. Meanwhile the effort Is to
reach the dyke, and to that end every
thing will be subordinated for the time
FIRED BY CARELESSNESS.
Cyanide Mill nt Florence, Colo., To
Florence, Colo., Jan. 21. The cy
anide mill of the United States Reduc
tion and Refining company, two miles
north of this city, was destroyed by fire
this morning, entailing a loss estimated
at from $75,000 to $125,000.
The mill had not been operated since
the beginning of tho strike of the com
pany's employees nearly two years ago.
It was the largest cyanide mill in the
world, but It was being dismantled by
the company, the machinery to be
shipped to Utah, where a new mill Is
Carelessness of some of the employees
Is believed to have caused the fire.
TO A HIGHER COURT.
The Conflict Between Salt Lake Crowd
and the Pioneer Tonopah.
Counsel for the appellant, the Tono
pah & Salt Lake Mining company, in
its scrap with the Tonopah Mining
company of Nevada, has just been
notified that the lower court has or
dered the transcript printed, and the
next hearing will be before the Circuit
Court of Appeals, sitting in San Fran
cisco. The Issue is one' in which Salt
Lake Is largely interested, and a final
decision Is awaited with much eagerness.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telcphono In
Typewriter papers, carbons, ribbons,
for all typewriters. Pembroke Station
ery Co. 'Phone 75S.
Silver and Drafts.
Now York, Jan. 21. Bar silver, 563ic
Mexican dollars, 41c,
San Francisco, Jan. 21 Silver bars
56Hc: Mexican dollars, nomh.al; drafts'
sight, 12c; drafts, telegraph, 15c. '
George Hatton, Stock Broker,
No. 15 Montana house, East Second
South; 1 per cent commission on stocks
selling for less than $1.00; over $1,00,
of 1 per cent. Certificates sent by regis
tered mall to out-of-town patrons. You
pay no fee if you buy from or
sell to me.
I Money nnd Exchange.
New York, Jan. 21. Monev on call cany
at 2 per cent; closing bid, 14 per cent: of
fered at 2 per cent.
Tlmo loans easy; sixty days, SaZU. nCr
cent; ninety days. 3'43',f: per ccntT 8x
months, 4'JTIli per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4V45?5 per cent
Sterling exchange. Btcady at a decline,
E'HU?!?1 ,bulnc8fi I" bankers' bills at
H;?',vBfi'50 for demand and at $4.S3.30fr
4.83.35 for sixty-day bills. .sw
Walt for the Wagemakcr Card Index
Flics and Filing Systems. It 1b up-to-date
in its 1904 freshness. No useless
antiquated incumbrances. We arc the
agents. Stock will be here soon, Pem
broke Stationery Co. 'Phone 75S.
On several pianos sold yesterday rather
than pay two rents. Better come at
once; Carstonsen &. Anson C6 74 Alain
St. Old stand Daynes Music Co.
NOW IN FULL BLAST
AN Furnaces of U. S. Smel
ter Are Going.
INCREASE IN THE TONNAGE
Contracts to Bo Lot for Lead
I Work to Be Dispatched TJndor Rush
Orders Rumored Bingham Con.
Will Emulate Example.
For the first time since it wns blown
In the United States smeller Is operat
ing with its entire battery of five
furnaces In commission, each doing the
work which devolves upon It In a
manner that is beyond reproach what
ever, said Mr. A. F. Iloldcn, the com
pany's managing director, on his re
turn from the plant yesterday. While
In the achievement of this there has
been much coaxing and skill employed,
the experience at the furnaces of the
United Stales has not differed ma
terially from that Imposed upon the
founders of neighboring plants. To
this the management of any one of
those now in operation will testify,
but their teething days were practically
over "when those of the younger one
began. Yesterday there was reduced
by the latter over S00 tons of ore, net,
while this will be gradually Increased
until the furnaces have been fed up to
the maximum. Meanwhile the man
agement has tho plans for the lead
blast annex in which tho silver-lead
ores are to bo reduced Jn hand, and It
Is presumed that the active letting of
concentrates under "rush orders" will
follow in a few days. Of course this
means competition In the valley on
every variety of ore, with the producers'
interests correspondingly promoted.
In this connection it has been said
that the Bingham Con. will also equip
itself with a lead furnace, but more
definite Information upon this subject
will be had after the meeting of di
rectors in Boston next week.
NEW YORK BONANZA ORE.
Rich Stuff Coming Out in Largo
Park City, Jan. 21 They have been
hoisting ore at the New York Bonanza
today, and among the quantities of the
product that have been brought to tho
surface are two carloads of shipping
ore. The ore Is being piled up on a
platform provided for it, and quite an
amount is accumulating to attest to
the changing conditions in the prop
erly. The ore streak, which has been
followed for some time, has widened
Into a body of respectable dimensions,
and the grade of ore which Is coming
from it Is occasioning not a little ex
citement among the stockholders here.
While no assays are reported, the ores
speak for themselves, especially the
fine grades of galenas. On account of
the fact that the seam from which this
body is developing has been followed
for a considerable distance, and from
the flattering appearance of things in
the mine, people here are Inclined to
view the prospects for the New York
Bonanza very optimistically, and there
Is general rejoicing on the part of the
management and stockholders down to
the operating force. The deposit Is In
the west drift on the -100-foot level, out
well toward a point underneath the
gulch, and In the exact locality where
those acquainted with the grounds
would like to see it, with a large and
splendid territory lying in the path of
the drifting force.
Encouraging Results of the Initial
Effort at Park City.
Park City. Jan. 21.-J. E. JIartman,
vice-president of tho Park City Co-operative
Mining and Development company,
has Just returned from tho Common
wealth and Ironmaster groups of claims
near Sprlngvllle, which tho company lias
been prospecting of late. Mr. Hartman
says the company has decided to con
centrate its elTorta upon Its newly ac
quired possessions, tho Copper Mountain
group, north of the Weber river In Mor
gan county. Ho considers tho outlook for
a mine near Sprlngvlllo very bright. Tho
tunnel being run there went ovor the
top oi a remarkable mineral blow-out
which showed evidences of copper. Tho
second chimney was Just being entered
at a depth of seventy-five feet, when
transfers of tho basis of operations oc
curred. Mr. Hartman will leave for tho Cop
per Mountain group tomorrow to arrango
for tlitf accommodation of tho forco soon
to bo put to work there.
McKsrH. M. J. Dallcy and W, H West
will follow in a few days, to locato tho
site of tho tunnel which is io run alonr
the strike of tho great copner-bcarincr
ledgo there for S00 or 1000 feet
The acquisition of the Copper Moun
tuln claims hns proved a vcrltablo boom
to tho Co-operative- It was recently de
cided by the company to sell onlv twenty
more shares, which will place-" enou-h
money in the treasury to keep up opera
tions for twenty months.
DE LA MAR EXTENSION.
Contract for Additional Work on a
Most Likely Proposition.
The Lode, telling of conditions at Do
La Mar, Nov., Bays:
"A contract for work on the Do La
Mar Extension has been let, and tho men
are working on that property. The prop
erty is situated northeast of the Bam
berger Do La Mar property, which has
produced so many millions, and Is still
turning out the precious metal, with
every evldenco of continuing for a num
ber of years. It Joins the April Fool
portion of that property, which vlelded
half a million whllo under tho control
of Jack Wilson, and from which good
ore Is now being extracted. Tho com
pany has mado arrangements for a vig
orous campaign and looks for the open
ing up of a body of ore that will show
something of the same values that mado
the April Fool famous, and created a
sensation throughout this country. Mi
ning men and contractors look favorably
on the chances of this property, and I
tho company proposes to teat tho mat-
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A disease so painful and far-reaching- in its effects tj&JjgeL V
i upon the human system as Rheumatism, must have a deep f
, and well-laid foundation. It originates and develops in Mlk-""" L
the blood, and, like other diseases of the blood, is fre- Cpfjfv
quently inherited. The poisonous acids with which, the E!
blood is charged circulate through the system, breaking
down the health, irritating Vn ,ono
, .... . , Columbuo.O., May 30, 1003.
the nerves, settling 1U joints i had a novoro attack or Inllammatory Hhouma
and muscles, and causing the Uom. IwaB laid up in bod for six mouths, and tho
, ... ' " dootors I had did mo no good. Thoy changed mod-
Sharp, cutting pains peculiar icmo OVory wook, and nothing thov prosorlbod
to Rheumatism, Unless the ooomed to help inc. Finally I left off thoir modi-
ii i . ,:f;,i , , olno and began tho neo of S. S. S. My knee and
blood lb punhed, joints and 0iDow Jointo woro so swollon and painful that I
muscles become coated with oouldnot oloao thorn whon oponcd. Iwaugotting
..,.-.. - discouraged whon I began 3. 8. 8.. but no I saw it
the acrid matter and are ren- was holpfngmo, continued, and to-day am asound,
dcred stiff and sore, and the well man.
nerves completely wrecked. 1355 Mt. Vornon Ave. R. H. CHAPMAN.
Rheumatism, being a constitutional blood disease, requires internal treat
ment. Liniments, plasters and such things as are applied outwardly, give
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Ksl tism, neutralizing the acids and restoring the blood
smr t0 a pure, healthy condition and invigorating' and
toning up the nerves and all parts of the system. It is guaranteed strictly
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Allow me j
I to present
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Of course you know about its mag-,
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the shortest line between Denver and Ghi-
Leaves Denver 4:15 p. m. dally; arrives - H
Omaha next morning, Chicago next oven- " ' ' m
IPi H. F. NESLEN, General Agent, I
lMi llli J L 79 "West Second South. Street, I
BPj SAIT LAKE CITY. 1
gWBSSMagBl p S. Thro' sleeper for Chicago leaves W
PFail Salt LaJce City 3:15 p m. dally. O
ter and find out what Is hidden in the
ledges running through.
"Prospectors have discovered somo
very rich oro seventeen miles from tho
Morril Springs summit in San Bernardino
county. California, and there Is nulto a
llttlo oxcltoment in relaUon to tho mat
ter. Tho oro is so rich that it Is sug
gestive of Tonopah, and a number of
claims have been bonded."
Oro and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to $62,G00.
McCornlck- & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, $25,500;
gold, silver, lead and copper ores,
In the metal market silver ruled at
50 cents an ounce, lead at 53.50 per
hundred pounds and casting, copper at
12 cents a pound.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
The official bulletin from the San
Francisco stock exchange records sales
of Tonopah stocks on Tuesday last
as follows: Montana-Tonopah, 700 at
$1.2Xte: Tonopoh-Belmont, 1300 at C9
C5uSc; Midway, 200 at -10c; Tono
pah, 200 at $5.50. seller fifteen days
Esperonza, 200 at lc; MacNamara. 100
at 10c; Rescue, 100 at 7c; North Star
COO at 34c; 1500 at 33c.
S. M. Levy leaves for Stockton this
Tho Horn Silver of Frisco reached tho
valley furnaces with four carloads of
Ed F. Freudenthal has deferred his
departure for Piocho until tho storm
shall- havo abated.
Manager P.. II. Channlng of the Utah
Con. left for the mines at Bingham again
Superintendent Janncy of the Utah Cop
per company left for tho properties at
Bingham yesterday morning.
Duncan MacVIchlc". manager of the
Bingham Con., left for Boston vestcr
day, accompanied by Mrs. MncViciile.
Henry Cat row and A. F. Bottles leavo
lOr the Ohio Connor rnmnnnv'? . ...in
Bingham this 'morning, to Inquiro into
Tho recent break in tho Wabash hoist
having been overcome, active work on
that Park City proposition will ho re
Advices from TIntIc Indicate a splen
did quality of oro on the 1600-foot lovel
of tho Gemini mine, although particu
lars of the strlko or development havo
not been released.
George Ii McCann, manager of tho
Continental -Dlrlgo mines in the La Sals
writes from there that ho will bo In
tho city next week, when arrangements
for a most energetic campaign of de
velopment will bo made The consoli
dation of the properties has now been accomplished
FOB TOILET AND BATH.
Fingers roughened by needlework
catch every stain and look hopolessly
dirty. Hand Sapolio removes not
only tho dirt, but also the loosened,
injured cuticle, and restores the fin
gers to their natural beauty.
ALL GROCEItS AND DRUGGISTS
DR. C. W. HIGGINS
Han ono of tho very latoat X-Ray and
Electrical Machines In hlo officii.
Electric Bathn and all of the vory latest
treatments given, In tho moot eclontula
C. "W. Higgins, iT. D., Mgr. and Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Corner Main and Third South.
City for tTren-wi-W
lhe jronderful and welN
established cures ho has effected In that
wh.Vh?'0 th0 oln0o principles on
which his medicines ore compounded.
I'ormlng diagnosis by tho aid of tho mN
croscope enables him to detect tho dtI.
maxy causo of diseases and effect q
radical euro. Tho doctor has cured thou
sands of cases of
Nervous Dobility, Mental and Physi
cal Weakness and Nervous
And will forfoit SG00 for any case taken
cuVe.1" treont which ho falls to
HUIiiln?i8C3 .f Prl,v.ate dleoases cured and
?h ,ldA ""Bering diseases, which vitStS
,)looa ,and lmPlr tho system, thor.
pughly and permanently cured. Liver and
tits cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay. Offico hours. 10 to 3:30 and 7 u
b d. m.
Ploaso send for a list of auestlonw in
Dr. C. W. Hlgglno. Salt LakoQc!ti! trtxiX
Diamonds, Opals, Etc.,
Matrix Turquois, Clocks,
Solid Silver Tea Spoons, etc.
We have our own workshop, make
to order all classes of work, and do
engraving and buy old gold.
kott's 5antaI-Pepsrn Capsules
Por InnamnatiOii or Catarrh
of the Bladder and DUtated
Ktdneya. No om no pay.
Ouroo oaloklr and Ponoi
nanUy tha wont antei at
no mttrof kowlonr ataatl
Jnr AbtolnUlr hannle.c
Bold by drnrtfrt. prIc
W.0O, or by taall, poa-ald.
THE 8ANTAL-PEP8IH C(L
BUU.BP ONTJUNB. OHIO.
F. J. HILL. DKUQ CO.. Salt Lake .at,
FmKlGn. Cflch.'vailw 9:10
and intermediate iwlnts..' n... 1
From Opden, ChIcaB0. & U'55 t
LouIk, Kansas City, braa-
fco P?.nV.er nnd SQn F"n-
St. Anthony. Portland and X
Ban Francisco . nd 'f.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicoco f
Denver Knnsoa City and J
Bt. Louis Q I
for Osden. Portland. St. An
thony, San Frnnrlsco ar.d V
Intermediate points .. " in. P
For Ogden. Omaha, aucapo"
Denver, ICanaas City. t.' V
Louis and Snn Francisco .')
For Ogden. Cache Valley'
Denver. Kansas Citv. Oma- '
ha, St. Loult; find Chicago x.a V
For Ogden Cache Vally' ,ia ?!
Butte. Helena, Portland f
San Francisco mid Intcnno- I
dlite points 11-4 "
T. M. 6CHUSIAClD3n. Tr'aml fr 5?
D. B. JiURLET. G. P. & t5 ttk
D. 8. SPENCER. A. O. pvA ,
City Ticket ofdec. 201 Mala eirSi i
Telcphono 250. olft6t -
Ban Pedro. Los An- Jjti'M
geles & Salt Dale. VPSV
r. r. co. Pyv
FLank0 Clt:n Shrt L,D0 M
For Provo. Lehi. Fairfield aaa t
Nephl, arantl and points oa f
Sanpeto Valley Ry ....7'30.
For Garilold Beach, Tooele' ' y
Stockton, aiammoth. Eureka ,
and Bllvor City ,8J0u
For Provo, American Forlc '
Lehi, Juab, MJlford. Frleco
Callcntea and lntormedlato
From Provo, Amorlcan Fork. t
Lehi, Juab, Milford, Frisco,
Callontca and lntormealata 1,
From Provo. Lehi, Falrfltld, ;
Mcrcur and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points 5IJ5ui
From Silver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Tooels
and Garfield Eeach 55ei
Daily Pullman Buffet Sleeplnr &r ti
vice between Salt Lake, Milford, Ifola
Direct Btage connections for all nhh
districts In southern Utah and Netadc
City Ticket Office, 201 Main strei
W. GILLT3TT, X L. M00EJ
Gon'L. Pass. Agt. Commerce
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LIN
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lake City to '
Loula and Kansas City Only oiw chm
,to Nc.tv Torlc, Buffalo and principal v&
East low rates for summer travel.
' Especial attention to lad'.M acd eM
' Tourist sleepers through to Cnltw
jBoston and other points without ohisjij
1 Two trains dally.
' Inquire at ticket offlco. 103 Dooly Ma
Salt Lake City. Any Information chH
.fully given. H. C. TOWNSENDA
G. i. & T. A. MUsourt PacJflo Br.,,?
1 Loula,.Mo. , i
C. A, TRXPP. C. P. ASMt'l
In effect November 22, ;
LEAVE SALT LAKE CTTT, 'M;
N'o 10-For Bingham, Hcber, lm
Provo and Marysvalo 8:f
No. 103-For Park City .. . ...... SJ5i
No. S For Denver and East.. 8dOJM
No. 5 For Ogden and Wc?t JO&tM
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1:0
No. 2-For Denver and East.... 3:JSpJ"M
No. g For Provo and Eureka,. 5,-W PH
No. 5 For Ogdon aj'd local pt. W
No. For Denver and East
No. 3 For Ogden and West 1J:WMM
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKD CITT
No. 12 From Ogdon and local pts 9:
No. 7 From Eureku und Provo. .M.w
No. & From Denver and Ea3t..lo: WB
No. 1 From Denvor and East. 1:35
No, 3 From Ogden and tho West iw PV
No. 101 From Park City 8:15 plfA
No. S From Bingham, ETeber.
Provo and Marysvalo 5wp.
No. 4 From Ogden and the West T. P-B1
No. Z From Denver and East ..u3
All trnlns except Noa 1 to 9 stop lJjMy,
tf.rmedlatc points. Sk
Ticket Office, Dooly Block. XmL
I. A. BENTON, G1A..Pi.M
& Santa Fe. W
"Santa Fe Route." m
oVrect line from Utah to Kansas ' CSMM
Joseph, Galveston, El Paso and tae uuu"m
camps of New Mexico and Arlsona. K$t
3 TRAINS DfllLY'JIfc
For particulars about BBP.Ut?K
RATES EAST this summer, opplJ 'f
F WARREN, Gcnoral Agent, n
Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. j3Bk
New and elegant in all Its aPP0'lnSE-R
S50 rooms, single or en suite. 61 oonw tam
bath. G. S. Holmes, Proprliwv