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6 The Salt Lake Teibtjke: Friday Morning-, February 19, 1904. 1
j HONEBINE'S NEW MILL
1 Plant to Go Into Commission
j Monday Next.
: TO REDUCE 450 TONS DAILY
! Structure Completed at a Cost
! of $85,000.
- Ores With Which to Supply It In-
.! definitely Now Exposed Event
! Important One at Stockton.
$ The new concentrator with 'which the
i mlnc3 of the Honerlne company at
Stockton have been equipped and over
j -whose big battery of tables the wealth
of an almost cxhaustlcss volume of
JJ milling ore will now Into the- pockets
j; of tho shareholder, will go Into ac-
jj tlvo commission' on Monday, accord-
J! Ing to assurances received at the gen-
'I! oral offices during the day from Super-
ljj intendent Raddatz. With thla equlp-
y-. ment the dreams of those who have
contributed ro freely to the reclama-
3; tlon of a group -which was courted by
i fo many, the Newhouoe crowd Included',
i will have hegun to fructify, the earning
of dividends Inaugurated.
'A. The plant which has been promoted
l to such speedy completion Is up-to-date
t:j in every particular, Is provided -with
1j every device with which to simplify
S the work. Including a "sllmer," and will
;(! enable tho management to reduce 450
III that will be made to afford a splendid
margin This was demonstrated, lu
ll deed, before the final plans were decided
'.( on, and results are quite positively as
',! surcd It is said that in addition to the
lit vast amount of money which has been
j expended upon the deelopmcnt of the
m ore bodies and the reclamation of a
' 1 dozen channels of ore, the mill and1 its
i equipment has Incurred an outlay of
i about SS5.000. With this the period of
1 disbursement closes, however, with
everything to denote the company's ap--j
pcarance in the dividend column before
; the- end of the present year.
Superintendent Itaddatz will arrive
i, from camp tomorrow, and when he re-
turns It will be to rally those who have
; promised to be present when the
' crushers are started and the reduction
j of ores begins.
I ANNIE LAURIE DEAL.
Negotiations for Mines Now Several
1 Months Advanced,
i Discussing New York gossip, In which
a, sale of Annie Laurie of Gold' Moun
; tain to Eastern investors is being ex-
plotted, Walter G. Filer said yesterday
3 that negotiations- between the principals
had been pending for several months,
j While one of the fortunate few by
i whom the few shares in the company
are held Mr. Filer pleaded, with ap
: .parent sinceritj, that he did not know
what price had been placed on the bo
nanza. The option some two years ago
involved $5,000,000, and that negotiations
are on figures less than this with the
wealth of the mines greatly increased
since then, Mr. Filer Is not inclined to
believe, Samuel Levy of the Western
Exploration company's staff, who has
i Just been making an inventory of the
; ore bodies, denied that It was in the ln
( terest of any deal now being promoted
by Willard Snyder, but confesses to
; having forwarded East the result of
his observations down there. Mr, Levy
i would not deny nor would he affirm that
the- sale of the properties was being ex
i plotted by the- gentleman who originally
detected their merits. To this extent
he was le3S Indulgent than was Mr.
Filer, who formerly served the company
as Its treasurer. However, It Is reason
ably certain that the New York gossip
j knows of what he is talking.
II INTO THE SOUTHWEST,
j James Kennelly Returns to His Lead
i Find at Good Springs.
! With the trail between local Interests
j and his camp at Good Springs, Nov., rca
; sonably free from snow, James Kennelly,
who has been staking out prospective bo
1 ranzas along tho margins of the San
' Pedro and developing most assuring re
sults, notwithstanding the manifest en
deavors of a contributor to the Engineer
ing and Mining Journal of Now York to
discredit the resources of the country
through which the line Is routed, leaven
j for the diggings again the present week.
Of hla researches at Good Springs Mr.
Kennelly, who Is a most experienced mi
ning man, says they have resulted most
satisfactorily, and that, with a group pro
ductive of lead and silver, he will begin
coming to market Just as soon as an eco
nomical outlet Is provided. A great deal
of Interest Is yet manifested in the big
lead deposits or the Campbell estate, says
Mr. Kennelly, and while nothing definite
I has been accomplished under the option,
I tho opportunity for a big commercial un
I dertaking down there cannot remain neg
I lected much longer. Certainly, ho has no
I doubt concerning the ultimate produotlve
I ne. of the meridian along which the San
I Pedro Is to travel, while a large circle of
I friends hopo to see hhn return with a for
I tune at his belL
I ORES ARE MOVING.
Old Jordan Sending- Out 150 Tons of
The forwarding of ores over tho old
Jordan branch of the United States tram
way nt Bingham was resumed lost night,
the consignments from that source con
sisting of 150 tons of ferro-sulphldo. con
taining copper, gold and sliver. It will
hao been the first consignment to pass
over this division since tho head houso
was overcome by fire. At the Galena, in
cluded In the pamo system of mines, tho
j ."Inking of the shaft will bo resumed early
BIG GOLD SHIPMENT.
j Valuable Parcel From Bamberger's
Hj Mines in Transit.
With tho sub-treasury In New York as
its destination, a consignment of gold but
Hon of tho value of $31,000 will pass
through town today from Bamberger's Do
La Mar mines In Nevada. The conBlgn
mcnt represents tho clean-up for the last
half of January and tells with better 'em
phasls than anything vise of the splendid
rosulta now being .achieved at the blir
plant, although tho battory of plates Is
lo be doubled in a short tlmo. In the
success that Is rewarding a most Intelli
gent management tho friends of Prc3l
dent Simon Bamberger throughout tho
West will rejoice.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Condition Throughout Reveals Not a
Tho day on tho mining exchange closed
with tho sale of 15.803 shares of stock, for
WIOCSO, and with tho market moro buoy
ant than at any period In a. moon or moro.
Con. Mcrcur was again qulto actively
sought and without much exertion sold
up to 67Jc, while Daly-Judge, rejected a.
bid of $4.0714 and was shorted at $4.10 for
delivery ten days later. Montnna-Tono-pah
registered lis maiden transfer within
the rail at $1.40, with Daly WcBt chang
ing hands around $34.07. whllo Nalldrlvcr
executed an order for 200 at 50 cents, with
Utah of Pish Springs back at 53c on tho
expectation of a dividend. Ynnkco Con.
was aj-idn on tho parachuto and landed
at 43"c at the close, whllo Tctro, which
Is soma distance from the station at which
a dividend will be put aboard, according
to tho management, was marked down a
fraction, as was Century. Sacramento,
with positive assurances of a dividend In
March, was firm but Htatlonary around
21Mc, whllo New York was In slightly Im
proved form, with AJax flattened out to
: cents. May Day, which Is saying very
little whllo sawing a good deal of wood
these davs, was actively dealt in around
Gc. while a. single lot of Star Con. was
dealt out at lCc, the day closing on tho
A. M. P. M.
Bid. A3ked. Bid. Asked.
AJax $ .01 $ .04 $ 5 .03
Alice 10 15 .35
Bulllon-B 2.00 1.C0 2.0)
Butlcr-Llb .. .0s -V4 -OOtJ -H
Carlsa 0$ OOVj I .OS .10
Century 75 .77.i .75Vi .77
Creole 30 SO
Con Mcrcur. .G7& .SSV& -Co
Daly 2.00 2.20 2.00 2.20
Daly-Judgo . 4.00 4.50 4.074 4.50
Waly West . 34.45 35. CO 34.40 33;0)
Dal ton .02 1
Easlo & B B .48 . 00
Galena 07 07
Grand Ccn .. 2.75 2.S5 3.40
Horn Silver . 1.00 1 00 1.40
Ingot 011 .02 .01ft. .02
Joo Bowera . .OOH OOVi
Littlo Chief 03 03
L Mammoth. .SD .43 .38 .4S
La Rclne . . . .02W .02 .01 .02li
Mammoth .. .SO 1.20 .80 1.20
Manhattan - .00V$ .00& 1-1C .00Vi
-T r-.. ran A.T1 L ftitl' fl7
."ij " "A?i IVU7JI .N.v. ..
Mar Wash.. 00 I 1-16 .00
Montana-T . l.SS 1.40 i.3S4 1.40
New York .1111 -12';; lift .12
Ontario 6.00 5,00 6.00
Petro 074 07
RIchmond-A .01 .02
Rocco-H 50 60
Swansea 35 40
S Swansea .. .0T .10 .05 .10
Sacramento .21 .21 .2UJ .21
Silver King . 60.00 70.00 CO.OO
Star Con 15 .10 .16 .17
Silver Shield .01 .01 01
Tetro 34 .35 .33 .35
U S 20.25 21.00 20.00 21. 00
Undo Sam .21 ..22; 21 .23
Utah 45 .55 .52) ,55
Wabash 05 40
Yankee Con. .42 .43 .43 .13
Consolidated Mercur, SOO at 57c; 300 at
Daly-Judge, ICO at $1.10, seller ten days.
Daly West. 3 at $34.75.
May Day. GOO at CVic; 1000 at Gc.
Montana-Tonapah, 100 at $1.10.
Century, 100 at 76c.
La Relne. 500 at 2tfa
Tctro, -100 at 35c: 100 at 34c.
Shares 'sold, 3301
Selling value. $1C33.
AJax, 1000 at 3c.
Daly West, CO at $34.65.
Martha Washington. 6500 at l-10c.
Montana-Tonapah, 100 at $1.40.
Nalldrlvcr, 200 at 50c.
New York. 500 at 12c, seller sixty days.
Telro, 100 at 34c.
Shares sold, 7050.
Selling value, $2103.50.
May Day, 500 at 6c: 1000 at 6c.
Sacramento. 1500 at 21'4c.
Star Con., 100 at 16c.
Utah, 100 at 53c.
Now York, 500 at 12c.
Yankee Con.. 100 at 41c; 100 at 43lc.
Shares sold. 3503.
Selling value, $1633.
Daly West. 50' at $31.67.
Shares sold, 50.
Selling value, $1733.75,
Boston Copper Market.
(Special to The Tribune.)
BOSTON, Mass.. Feb. IS.-Tradlng In
Boston Is still confined to a narrow limit.
Copper shares arc practlcally'llfoless and
the opinion somewhat mixed. Tho weak
ness in Amalgamated in the early part
of tho day had no effect on other shares,
while, on tho contrary, somo of- these
shares showed no littlo strength, more
especially tho Salt Lako Issues. Trading
was decidedly quiet until tho closing.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ..2,505 J4S.25 $47.62 $47.75
Bingham 200 20.00 19.75 20.00
Mcrcur 705 .60
Daly West 110 65.00 ""
United States .. 575 20.50 20.37 io'.isVA
Utah 1.0S6 33.62 33.00 33 50
Curb Boston, $5.12.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. IS. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks todav
were as follows:
Andes $ .44 Belcher 5 .37
Best & B 2.00 Mexican 1.70
Bullion 10 Occidental C 85
Caledonia 1 05 Ophlr 4 40
Challenge C 25 Overman ."lS
Chollar 19 Potosl 17
Confidence 1.10 Savage " '55
Con. C. & V.... 1.60 Seg. Belcher !M
Con. Imperial .. .02 Sierra. Nevuda .. .53
Crown Point 2S Silver Hill ....... .C9
Exchequer 13 Union Con 82
Gould Sz Currie.. .43 Utah Con
Hale & N 93 Yellow Jacket '.. ".50
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ ,10 Loadvllle C $ .02
Alice 25 Ontario 4.C0
Breece 10 Ophlr 4.50
Brunswick C 05 Phoenix 03
Comstock T 00 Potosi 14
Con. C. & V.... 1.C3 Savage 46
Horn Silver 1.15 Sierra Nevada ., .50
Iron Sliver 1.50 Small Hopes "0
Littlo Chief 07 Standard 2.50
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 2.00 Allouoz 3.50
Amnl 47,75 Mon. C. & C.. 273
Am. Zinc .... 9.00 Old Dom. .... 10.00
Atlantic ...... 7.25 Osceola 57.(0
Bingham .... 39.75 Parrot 24 25
C. & H....445SM50.00 Qulncy (1.00
Centennial .. 17.50 Shannon 8.00
Cop. R 40.25 Tamarack ... 100.00
Daly West 34.50 Trinity 4.75
Dom. Coal .. 53.00 U. S. Mln. .. 20.37
Franklin 8.50 U. S. Oil .... 9.23
Orancy ...... 3.23 Utah 33.25
Isle Royalo .. 7.25 Victoria 3.00
Mass. M 3.50 Winona ...... 5.00
Michigan .... 5.(0 Wolverine ... 70.00
MERCUR SLIMES PLANT.
Machines to Go Into Active Commis
sion Early Next Week.
Gcorgo Dcrn, manager of the Con.
Mcrcur company's plant and properties
at Mcrcur, says that fittings by which tho
slimes-plant ha3 been dolayed nro now on
tho way to camp, and that tho machines,
which promise to add so materially to
the dally earnings, will go Into full com
mission next week. Of their adaptabil
ity to the needs of tho proportion the
managemont says there la not a particle
of doubt, and the earnings for March
should afford a material gain. Meantime
development is progressing as usual In
all portions of the property, whllo tho as-
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus, B. F.
Gardnor, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Wo Idorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Willard. Raleigh,
Bavs returned by Superintendent Brown
hpeak for tho new channel In Golden Galo
CONDITIONS AT ALTA.
Columbus Power About Ready for tho
Neighbors Up There.
While conditions at the Alta Quincy,
of which he Is the superintendent, are
not such ns to provide material for a
story, said Alex Colbath on his arrival
from camp yesterday morning, neigh
boring Interests are all giving good ac
count of themselves with everything to
Indicate a year of many strides
throughout. A week ago Mr. Colbath
was a guest of the Columbus Con, that
Tony Jacobson and associates have
added to the list of producers, and over
Its ore bodies Mr. Colbath is not a little
enthusiastic. There Is no doubt of
what It will do for its shareholders
with the concentrator In commission,
said he, while tho volume of first-class
oro Is steadily increasing. From the
Continental Alta tho visitor reports a
considerable amount of ore passing
daily over the road to tho smelter,
while the tunnel of the Albion Is ap
proaching tho land of promise, with
several others promising to roward
their owners the present season.
The Columbus management having
notified him that power from that
source will be on tap in a few days, Su
perintendent Colbath will place an or
der for a compressor with , which to
operate Qulncy drills before departing
for camp again.
MR. KEITH ARRIVES.
On His "Way to Colorado to Join, the
Frank Keith, who recently relin
quished the supcrlntendency of Bam
berger's De La Mar mines to accept a
position upon the staff of John Hajcs
Hammond, has arrived from camp on
his way to Colorado. Mr. Keith goes
to Victor, the home of Stratton's In
dependence mines, of which Mr. Ham
mond is the general manager, his dis
tinguished chief having learned of his
ability while his representatives were
engaged in the sampling of the De La
mar mines. Over this recognition
from a source so eminent the friends
of Mr. Keith, including President
Bamberger, who reluctantly parts with
his services, are all rejoicing.
GOING BACK TO CAMP.
Saw Some of the East and Much of
Georgo Fetterman, tho merchant and
mining man of Do La Mar, Nov., came
In from California yesterday, accompa
nied by Mrs. Fetterman, and will lcavo
for camp again, after sovcral dajs among
friends. Mr. Fetterman, who has long
given his personal attention to tho Mag
nolia group of mines embraced In the
present holdings of the big Bamberger
company at Do La Mar, has no doubt
that tho company will draw upon Its re
sources the present season, this making
room for a few moro persons under
ground, while adding to tho earnings of
the management. Mr. Fetterman says
that whllo ho has not been at Do La Mar
for somo time, ho has no doubt that tho
reception accorded Frank P. Swindler, the
new superintendent, was a most cordial
one, as he mado himself very popular dur
ing a former administration. Tho visitor
Is also Identified with the Do La Mar Ex
tenslon, upon which developments aro
progressing steadily at this time, with
many assurances of success, while In tho
outlying country he Is looking forward to
considerable ucvelopmcnt tho present
year. Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fet
terman In this city arc making their so
journ a pleasant one.
HIGH-GRADE LEAD ORE.
Butler of Bingham Receives Big
Check for a Small Lot.
For eighty-thrco tons of ore marketed
by it during the day the management of
the Butlcr-Llbcral mines at Bingham yes
terday received a check for over "$2000, tho
settlement with tho American Smelting
and Refining company taking place on
controls showing 57.4 per cent lead and 7.6
ounces silver. The new compressor, which
will enable the management to continue
the driving of the tunnol with machine
drills, Is to be hurried to an early Instal
lation, and with this much time will bo
saved. Meanwhile the management of the
Dewey mill In Bingham canyon Is pre
paring to start, and with this the man
agement will find an outlet for Its con
SETTLE WITH UNION,
SAYS COLORADO GOVERNOR
DENVER, Feb. 18 Gov. Pcabodv re
turned today from a visit to the Cripple
Creek district, where a banquet In his
honor was Klven by the Republican club.
In their addresses the Governor and oth
ers In his party, Including Rov. T. H.
Malono, strongly advised tho mine-owners
to make terms with the union minors who
have been on strlko since last August.
The Governor said:
"I think I have done my duty In bring
ing about law and order in the Crlpplo
Creek district, and now I will take, the
burden from my shoulders and place it
on yours. In doing this I would sug
gest that the ollvo branch, tho hand of
friendship, should bo extended to tho
striking miners and that harmony bo
tween the employer and employee should
be brought about."
Oro and Bullion.
In tho ore and bullion market during
the day the settlements reached a total
of $-S3,Sw, McCornlck & Co., reporting them
as thoy follow: American bullion, $39,&M);
gold bullion, $9700; cold, silver, lead and
copper ores, $30,200.
In tho metal market sllvor ruled at 59Vi
cents an ounce, lead at $3.60 per hundred
pounds and casting copper at lift cents a
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone in
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card indox
THE VALLEY FURNACES
Season of Unprecedented
Activity at Each.
STEADY OUTPUT OF BULLION
Improvamonts at ths Various
Enlargements at Utah Con. Moving
to Completion Power for U. S.
Company's Lead Furnaces.
Down at the furnaces of the Utah
Con., from which about 1,500,000 pounds
of copper bullion containing silver and
gold Is Issuing monthly, work on the en
largements is progressing most f?atl3
factorily, and that they will be ready
to go into commission as scheduled by
Manager Channing, there Is no reason
to doubt. Meanwhile the company's
mines at Bingham are responding with
a larger tonnage than at any period
since their operation was begun, while
those who have recently arrived from
the East are assured that the share
holders will be provided with means
with which to properly observe the na
At the United States smelter every
thing Is ready for the reception of the
new battery of boilers that will be made
to conserve the needs of the battery of
lead blast furnacea for which, accord
ing to Information from the president's
chambers, orders havo been placed, and
within the next sixty days the cam
paign of construction will have been at
At the Bingham Con. the furnaces
are at present reducing a tonnage
greater, perhaps, than the company It
self was permitted to hope for when
they were Installed, and whllo new
smelter contracts may require addi
tional capacity before the close of the
year, the present battery has shown It
self quite clastic.
With the arrival of Manager Whitley,
which Is scheduled for next week, defi
nite information 011 tho construction
of the American Smelting and Refining
company's projected) copper smelter is
expected. Meanwhile the lead blasts
and Bruckner furnaces are taking care
of an unprecedented volume of ore,
whllo putting out nearly 30 per cent
more bullion than at the corresponding
period last year. However, the furnaces
had not grown their permanent teeth a
At the Tampa smelter in Bingham
canyon improvements and alterations
are projected that should increase its
capacity to approximately COO tons a
day before the close of the year, and it
Is not difficult to see how the present
levy on tho diggings will have been in
creased over 40 per cent before the sea
son's calendar is exhausted.
MR. KNIGHT'S PROPERTIES.
Black Jack and Salvator Each Exposing-
Some Good Ore.
Uncle Jesse Knight, who came up
from Provo yesterday morning to de
part again last night, reports the con
dition at both Salvator and Black Jack
much Improved, and while the output at
the former Is limited, It Is of good
quality. The ledge In the Salvator has
now been opened up to a point at which
it butts up against Humbug ground,
said Mr. Knight, and while the vortical
from tho surface on that horizon Is
but 100 feet the condition Is quite as
suring. The intention Is to follow tho
ore, said the visitor, and it Is not un
likely that sinking will begin in a short
time. At the Black Jack, adjoining
Lower Mamrnoth, some first-class ore
is being opened up on the 1300 and 1400
foot levels, and with a more favorable
outlet production might begin at once.
Manager Knight believes that at each
of the properties he holds the kev to a
Shares Now Selling tor S1.75 on the
Streets of Boston.
A Boston special to Tho Tribune last
night says: Thoro has been considerable
activity during tho last fow days In Utah
Apex stock upon tho curb at about 51.75
per share. Tho stock has sold as high
as ?2 and as low as $1.35. tho fluctuations
duo to tho litigation recently instituted.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers were recorded on the San
Francisco board as follows on Tuesday.
Montana-Tonopah, 200 at $1.37.; Rescue,
011 at 7GSc; Midway, 1000 at 11c; MacNa
mara, 400 at 18c.
Frank B. Cook leaves for tho diggings
again In a fow days,
John C. Stllwell was among the arrivals
fron Alta yesterday morning.
Frank M. Wilson, mnnager of the
Johnny mines, has gone to Statellno
A 1-cent assessment has been asked for
by the management of the Martha Wash
ington of Tlntle.
W. W. ArjiBtrong departed for Park
City yesterday morning to Inquire into
Tho retention of mall for Edgar L.. Now
houso, of tho Amerlcun Smelting and Re
fining company,-In this city Indicates his
Manager Walter Orem of tho Utah
Apox has returned from Bingham, bring-.
Ing samples of high-grade ore from the
Highland Boy Con., which territory it haa
Tho salo of tho Shoebrldgo Bonanza by
the Sheriff of Juab county to satlsfv a
Judgment la aohedulcd for tomorrow. The
career of the old Diamond proposition has.
Indeed, been a chequered one.
Harvoy D. Trenam, manager of tho
Beaver Cona properties out of MUford.
camo up from crunp again yesterday
morning, and reporta tho water In his
property now under control.
The friends of Manager Gcorgo H. Rob
inson of tho Yampa will regret to learn
that hlo condition for forty-eight hours
han not be&n so favorable to an early rc
appcaranoo in tho saddle
The consignment of 00,000 pounds of
matto from the Ladd's Metals companv ot
Mineral, Ida., was captured by tho United
States smolter, tho controls showing a
good percontago of copper with somo sli
ver and gold.
A po3tal-c.ird from J. A. Cunningham,
Jr., to a member of the mining exchango
yesterday brought his adieu to that body,
of which ho was formorly a member. Mr.
Cunningham is naring Honolulu, from
where his friends hopo to oco him rcturu
with all kinds of millions,
Lorln Morrison, who has returned from
Beaver county, reports tho Hcndrlckson
strike, between tho Horn Sllvor mines and
Is'cwhouse, a most important ono, the ores
running well up1 In copper, as well as
in silver and lead.
Joseph Dcdorichs, who has been con
ferring with Eastern Interests In tho
Black Diamond of Stockton, loft Chicago
Wednesday night for home. It Is undor
stood that the campalf-n at tho mines will
bo resumed soon after his arrival
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' SABT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
DR. C V. HIGGINS
Han ono of the very latest X-Ray tusi
Electric! Machlnea In his office.
Elootrio Bntha and all of tho very lat&s)
treatments given, In the moat sotentftfU
Microscopic Medical Institute
b. W. Hig-lns, KL D., Mgr. md Prop,
ST. ELMO H'OTEIi,
Corner Uain and Third South.
SaU City for tvna
ty-flve ycaro, and tho wonderful and well
established eurea he baa offected in that
time prove tho nclentlflo principles oh
Which his modlclnes are compounded.
Forming dlagnorto by tho aid of tho ml
croscopo enables him to detect the pri
mary causo of dl3coce3 and offect a
radical cure. The doctor has cured thou
tends of casM of
JJervoufl Debility, Mental and Physi
cal Weakn&os and Nervous
And will forfeit t'flO for any case taken
under Ida treatment which he falls to
Ail olnasc.-' of private dloeasos cured and
Ml old, lingering diseases, which vitiate
the blood and Impair tho system, thor
boghly and permanntly cured- Liver and
Kidney coTrrplftint cured. All clauses ol
fits cured. Tapeworm removed with head
br no pay. Ofnco hours, 10 to 3?30 and 7 tc i
t d. m.
Pletno aond for a list of auoatlons U
Dr. C. "W. HJr-Ktark alt Lake City. Utah.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joo Bowers Mining company, principal
place of business at Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice la hereby given that at a moot
ing of the directors, held on tho 23rd day
of Jnnuary, 1J4M, an assessment of one
half (Vfs) cent per share (being assessment
No. 10) was duly lovlcd on tho capital
stock of tho corporation, payablo Imme
dlat'y to R. T. Burton, Jr . socrotary of
i',c company, at the offlco of tho com
pany, room No. 225 D P. Walker build
ing, Salt Lako City. Utah
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho 1st day of
March, 10O1, will bo delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
sold on the 2Cth day of March. 1SQI. to
pay tho dollnciuont assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and expense
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR..
Room No. 23 D. F. Walker Building.
Salt Lake City. Utah. r20-U
T J NTON ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUBR, Mana-rer.
Removed to 163 South W. Temple,
ftAMPLEfl BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will rceJyo prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for price list
JW. CTTBEXB, AS&A YEB,
W. Srd South. Salt Lake City.
I EVERY t
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i of tho
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X PENETRATES ELEVEN f
i Travclora from the "Wost' mny
1 uso this line through St. Louis, 4-
4- Memphis or Birmingham.
I WM. FLANNELLT. T. P. A.
4- Board of Trado Building,
4- Kansas City, Mo.
'Tisthe 44 Comfort Line0
ON THE POPULAR
THE ERST AND
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OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS ANR LOUI8VILLE.
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ST. LOUIS, MO.
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1 Write today. R. C. Emmet, EOS Tabor
Bloek, Denver, Colo.
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL ES
TATE AND PERSONAL PROP
ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE.
Under authority of an order of sale
granted by tho District court of Bait
Laka county, 3tato of Utah, Probate di
vision, on the Cth day of June, 1903, In the
matter of the estato of Emma H. Adklns,
deceased, I will sell at private sale the
following described real estate and por
nonal property, to wit:
Commencing at tho northwest corner of
lot 4. block 47, plat "D," Salt Lako City
survey f thence south 10 rods; thenco cast
Gl feet; thenco northeasterly to tho
north lino of said lot, 74 foot east from
tho place of beginning; thence west l
feet to tho place of beginning, togother
with tho Improvements thereon.
All household furnlturo and pictures
belonging to the estate of Emma H. Ad
klns, deceased, situate In a dwelllng
houMj at No. 374 Fourth street. Salt Lake
Tho sale will be made on or after Feb
ruary 12, 1904. and bids will b recolved at
the office of Wilson & Smith, rooms
706-S. McCornlck building. Salt Lake City,
Utah. Terms of sale, cash, gold coin of
the United States, 10 per cent of the bid
payable at tho time of sale and the bal
ance upon confirmation of the salo by tho
court. BRIGHAM SMITH,
Administrator of the Estate of Emma H.
Dated at Salt Lako City, this Slst day
of January, 1504. r24S
wM Tell me the name and address $
if) n lllr of ur rien(1 m tlie East iio I
Jpj m mUs-sJ might be induced to come West
i$ this summer. I will furnish him, Bi
or her, with complete information Igl
H fSF.fto f regarding the low excursion rates ffl
H 1 S 1 i and e bes routes reserve berths
EM 7 and do everything possible to raj
make your friend's journey com- K
Si Wtb 8 fortable and pleasant. K
H 11 i i?H If you're going East, I should El
Hi m. IvUOV be glad to do as much for you, at
hWB . . Flyers for Omaha and Chicago leavo K
flo ; Denver at 4:15 p. m. and 10:5G p. m.; H
for St. Joseph, Kansas City and St, Louis H
K3 at 2 p. m. and 10:35 p. m. IQ
' ' ARRrVE." "
gutte, Ban Francisco. Chi- $ If
From Ogdon. Cache Valley.
and intermediate points.... ll.3H 1 h .it
Lool?. Kansas city: bma- J
dco !fver and 8an
" SKf vih" 4:05 ?
H;,AY?r,on?'' po"lanS arid ; . ft
Ban Francisco Qi5s i 0
l DEPART ? m
Tot Ogden, Omaha, Chicago. fVil !
Ienyer. Kansas City ar.d I1
Bt, Louis 6KX) ;.
For Oxden. Portland. St. An- "
thony, San Francisco and i -
inttrmcdlate points 1020 i
For Ogrten. Omaha, Chicago. tH
Denver, Kansas City, 8t!
Louln nd San Francisco... llo 1 g!!
For Ogden. Cache Valley. ? e
Denver. Kansas City. Oma- ink
ha, St Loulo and Chlcaeo. Sak
For Ocdar.. Cache Valley. P,
Butte. Helena, Portland. ',' .
Bon Francisco and Intorme- i
llato point 11:45 0. 1
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traff.n wjS 'Trr
D. E. BURLET. G. P& T i M!
D. B. SPENCER. A. G. P. & Am . 1
City Ticket ofnco. 201 Main street. lit
Telephone 2S0. eeu f d"
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San Pedro. Los An- JSs&Wa tn c
glossalt Llo VgJ
rKk.8fB Short L,no s
ff Pv.r.ov?; Le.h1' Fairfield and I
Nephl, Mantl and points on
Sanpeto Valley Ry 7:30ll
For Garfield, Beach. Tooolo, ' i t
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka . a eS
and Silver City ..8oi jg
for Provo, American Fork. Site
Lehl, Juab, MUford, FtIjico, ti
Callontos and intermediate i L
polnta ...,..'6:05 m S i
ARRIVE. i is 4
From Provo, American Fork.
Lchi. Juab, Mttford, Frisco. 5
Callontes and intormedlato j Mr
From Provo, Lchl. Fairfield. $
Mercur and 8anpto Valloy i ;a
Ry. points 5:35 p ICC!
From Sllvor City, Mammoth, i 22,,
Eureka, Stockton, Tooelo : Jr?
and Garfield Beach's 5:354 St,,
Daily. ' Sf
Dally Pullman .Buffet Sleeping Car 's VTkl
Wee between Salt Lake, Milford, Mod i7r
tuid Callentes. .i
Direct stage Connections for nil mis f";
(letrlcts in southern Utah and Nevad
-City Tioket Offlco, 201 Main Qtxi
Telephone 250. jjnc
b. W. GILLETT, J. L. MOO L
Gen'l. Paso. Agt. Coramorclal Aff jf
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT l!
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lake City to $ "j
Xouls and Kansas City Only ono oh
to Nv York, Buffalo and principal poi ,kR
East low rates for summer travcL ,
' Especial attention to ladles ar.a a
IToartit nleeperu through to Chlq 'J
mton and other points without charli ;
I Two trains dally.
' Irxiulre at ticket office. 103 Dooly bk
iBalt Lake City. Any information olw -J;
JygrTen, II. C TOWNSBND,
Ic P. A -f. A. Mlnaouri Paclflo Ry.,
5Lou1s. Mo. A 7Z
C?.. TRIPP, C. P. Agent,, J
Salt Lako Cit:
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In effoct SovemJser 22, 1DCO. !",
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT. U
No. 10 For Irtngham. Hober. 3"
Provo and Marysvalo S:00
No, 103-For Park City 8:15 f-
No. & For Denver and East, ... 8:S0 a
No. & For Ogdcn and Went. .. .10:E0 a
No. 1 For Ogden and West ... 1:4S
No. S For Denver und East . . 3.15 t
No. For Provo and Eureka.. 5:OT p ria.
No. For Ordcn ard local pts. 6:& I
No. 4 For Denver and East . ... '$$ J
No. 3 For Ogden and West ...M.iO ....
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITTfl
No. &-From Ogden and tho East 8:10 ai p
No. 13 From Ogden and local pts S:CC ?
No. 7-From Eureka and Provo. .10:00 m
No, 6 From Denver and Eaot..l0;40
No. 1 From Denver and East, 1:35 v.i
No. 2 From Opden and the West 3:0B p
No. 101-From Park City... P J"""
No. fr From Bingham, Hcber, f
Provo and Mar'v-Jo. . . V f ....
No. 4 From Ocden and the West 7.5o p
No. 3 From Dcnvor and East, .11 :M
All trains except Nos, 1 to 6 stop
tsrmedUte points. I
Tlcket Office, Dooly Block. f
Phone 05.ji BENJTON,, Q, AP
A SIGN OF TSE TIME
From Utah to .
Konsaa City and Chicago. 3
Also direct lino to Galveston, i
tfaso, City of Mexico and the mini .
camps of 2Zcvr Mexico and Arizon
Ask me about reduced rates east .
O. I". WARREN,
General Agont, No. 4J.I Dooly BI0C
Salt Lake City.
New and elegant in all its appoinuneom
220 rooms, single or en suite, 61 rooms winu
ba tb i, S, Holmes, Proprlett