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H . 6 EHE SAIT IjAKE TRIBTOTE: THIIRSBAY MOKNITG, FEBRUARY 25, 1904.
II THE SAME OLD PRICE
f'j Lead Miners and Smelter
j ' Renew Agreement.
i ' WILL SETTLE ON $3,50 BASIS
' Contract of 1903 Is Indefinitely
: I No Dato Fixed for Breaking of
J Ground for Copper Smelter
, 1 Whitley's Eastern Visit.
V Tlio agreement of 1003 between the
j 1 lead producer and the American Smelt-
J lngr and Rertnlng company, under
I which the former has received $3.50
J per hundred for his product, has been
J renewed, and those figures as a settling
IU price In the local market will continue
3 to rule Indefinitely.
It was none other than C. W. Whlt-
3, "nay, local manager for tho American,
I by whom this Information was brought
' from the general offices of the company
y In New York yesterday, the news crush
j ing, with terrific violence, the hopes of
-jji those who have been relying on New
j' York prices, less- 10 per cent, lmmc
i dlately the compact of 1003 expired,
tfj The situation was exhaustively dls-
cussed by both sides, said Manager
"Whitney, before tho renewal was agreed
to, and In this tho producers were most
ably represented. "Without divulging
the nature of this discussion, the pro
ducver who'waa not present is assured
j that his representatives and thoso
representing the lead market concurred
; in what was conveived to be to tho in
' terest of all. An "Indefinite" renewal
ij does not necessarily Imply a great
l period of time, however, so that a modi
fication of the agreement and ar change
, in the settling price Is not impossible the
. , Concerning the projected copper
J 1 smelter that is to be the most Imposing
In the American's system of plants, Mr.
: 1 "Whitney says that while the department
1 of construction has fixed upon no date
, for tho breaking of ground, it will be
, reared along the lines depicted by
t Daniel Guggenheim during his last
visit. Meanwhile tho management con
tinues to anticipate the needs of the
copper smelter, and contracts covering
; large tonnages are being added to its
) belt as the copper producer develops.
Tho contract for tho output of New
house's Cactus group has been clinched,
I this affording a very heavy tonnage,
while the management has been as
sured by tho owner of the southern
( proposition that active work on tho con
centrator will bogln Immediately the
line from Frisco to Newhouse has been
1 "While there is much speculation con-
corning the attitude of the Pederal Lead
n company toward the producers of Park
' City, certainly there is nothing tangible
I about it at this time, said Mr. Whitney,
M nor Is there any confession from either
fide that a bid has been made or a price
fixed. It Is the impression East that
it Is a London crowd which Is now seek
ing the Annie Laurie mines at Klm
berly, and indeed there are a good
many out searching for gold-bearing
Manager Whitney's appearance de
notes a most pleasant time during his
absence in the East, the courtesies of
j the Salt Lake crowd which is gathered
there contributing not a little to it. He
will leave for the north next week to
visit the smelters up there.
I BISMUTH DISCOVERIES.
Find in Nevada Tied TJp Quickly by
Talent Prom Salt Lake.
A letter from Alex; Bettles, who has
'been most energetic In demonstrating
that the bonanza was to be found with
out the boundaries of Tonopah, reports
n discovery of ores containing bismuth,
silver and gold twenty-five miles distant
from Sodavllle In most sensational per
centages. Indeed a picked sample from
the find reveals as much as 48 per cent
iblsmuth, with 74 ounces silver and S3
gold, or a valuation of 51250 per ton
while an average of the rock exposed In
two shafts afforded 10 per cent bismuth
UUnZl3 s,lver and 80 cents sold Per
ton. The group across which the ledge
strikes for 300 feet has been tied
up by Mr. Bettles. who holds It, accord
ing to his letter, at 5100,000. He ,
2niewmthm?lasUc over th discovery,
and with Tnomas Nlland will proceed
at once with most vigorous develop-
I THE MAMMOTH STRIKE.
New Body of Copper Ore in TJppor
Workings a Pino One.
Reports from tho recent copper disclos
ure on tho EOO-foot level of iho Mammoth
Indicate Its steady development and the
presence of oro in quantity and of a qual
ity of which Uvldond3 are made, Th
management of a neighboring property!
who camo Jn from camp on Tuesday night
eaya ho wna assured by one of the minors
bSRlyft! in M?noih that tho new
body had attained a width of noarlv
twenty feet, whllo samples off tho root
show copper in percentages equal tohe
?v.n, X whlch Ulc oM rnp is capable
S $0 average closo of 12 por cenU
,1th him tho manager brought a sample
of oro from a gold striko in tho Mam
Sim'r?Bh0 a valuation Acceding
51200 per ton, while a shipment is nrnm
ised that should compare with tho mln?s
most sensational achievements I? was
said by 0. shareholder that tho active iruVr
ketlng or ores from the property wJl? bo
resumed on Tucsdav next 0
I Ohio's Incorporation.
The Ohio Copper company of Nebraska
yesterday filed a certified copy of Its arti
cles 0f incorporation and acceptance of
the provisions of tho Utah statutes in tho
office of County Clerk James. ThV com
pany Is capitalized at 51.000,000. divided
H Buy It Now.
MM Do not wait until you or some of your
ifamlly are sick nigh unto death, and
then send for Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
era and DJarrhota Remedy, but buy it
now and be prepared for an emergency.
It is the ono remedy that can always be
depended upon In tho moot severe and
dangcroua cases. For sale by all drufr-
Into 1,000,000 Bharos of stock of the par
valuo of $1 por share. Henry Catrow of
this city is named as tho local agent of
j THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Yankee Con. Moves Up tho Track and
Does Somo Sprinting.
Tho day on tho mining oxchango closed
on tho salo of 17,555 shares of stock, for
5S7&1.ES, and with Yankee Con. again lool
ing tho sprinters, tho shares moving up
to 48 conts, whllo orders for a thousand or
moro wcro being executed, although It la
said of the properties that nt no period
slnco their withdrawal from tho dividend
column have they appeared in better
form. Totro also did considerable buci
nes3 around S3 conls. while Daly-Judge
responded to a bid of SiM, with Daly West
receding to 534.25, whllo 155 shares ,wcro
finding a market. Ajax wns in active do
.Tiami around 6i cents, notwithstanding
tho presence of a 5-ccnt aBnessmont, vhilo
Star Con. was flattened out to 17b cents,
with Silver Shield going over tho counter
at a cent, notwithstanding tho Improved
outlook ns tho main tunnel advances to
ward tho old flssuro, which gavo up its
wealth until the management was forced
out by water Lower Mammoth was a
standard attraction up to 42. cents, with
May Day selling qulto freely at 7 cents,
and Utah of Fish Sprinirs at fi5 cents, tho
day closing on tho following market:
I A. ar. II P. M.
I Bid. lAsIced.H Did. Aakcd.
Ajax J .05 5 5 .05? .05
Allco 15 15
Bul.-Beck ... 1.00 2.00
Butler-Lib 09ft .10
Carisa 03 ,WV4 .OS .00
Century 71 7GVj .78ft
Prftnli r .in
C. Morcur ... .55 .CO .57 .00
Dnlv-Judgo . 4.0-1 4.25 3,00 4.20
Daly West .. 34.25 35.00 S5.00
Dallon OOtf .01 .00 -00i
E. & B. B... .50 .52
Q. Central .. 3.00 3.40 3.00 3.40
Horn Silver 1.00 1.40
Ingot 01i .02 .01ft .02
Joo Bowers . .03 .00ft .00ft .00
Llttlo Chief 01ft 01
L. Mammoth .41ft .42 ,-Uft .44
La Relno ... .02 .05 .02 .03
Mammoth ... 1.00 1.20 .00 1.20
Manhattan .. .00 3-1C .00 .00 3-1C .00
May Day 00 .07 .0514 .07
Mar. Wash . .0) .00 .00 3-1G .WKt
Now York .. .lift .12 .12 ,12ft
Ontario 4.75 C.CO
Potro 07 07 .10
Rich. -Ana. .. .01
S. Swansea . .05 .15 .05 .15
Sncramonto . .21 .23 .21 .22i
511. King ... G7.00 GS.O0
Star Con ... .17ft .ISft .17 .17",
Sll. Shield .. ,W 01 .01
Totro 33 .31 .33 .34ft
U. S 20.00 21.50 19.75 21.00
Umlo Sam .20 .25 .20 .21
Utah 45 E0 .55
Wabash .00); .00 .0
Yankee Con .! . Ifi .4S; .45 .4S
Ajax-, 500 at oic
Lower Mammoth, 100 at 42ftc.
Silver Shield. 2CO0 at lo.
Martha Washington. 2000 at c
New York. COO at llftc; GCO at llo.
Totro, 1700 at E3c; 500 at 33c; 500 at
Yankco Consolidated, SOO nt 45c; 200 at
45ftc; 100 at 4Gftc.
Shares sold, SM0.
Selling value, 51374.63.
Daly West, 130 at 534.50; 25 at 131.25.
May Day, 1000 at 7o.
Star Consolidated, 1003 at 17?io; 1500 at
Tetro, 100 at 33ftc.
Shares sold, 3755.
Selling value, ?5SS4.7o.
Ajax, 1000 at 5ftc; 500 at 5?ic
New York, 200 at 12c.
Shares sold, 1700.
Selling value, UOC.GO.
Daly-Judge. 100 at $4.05.
May Day. 1000 at 7c.
1 Tetro, 1000 at 33&C.
Utah, COO at G5c.
Yankee Con., 300 at 47c; 100 at 47Wc; 100
Shares Bold, 2200.
Selling value, J1333.
Boston Copper Market
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
BOSTON, Feb. 21. The Boston market
has acted very woll today, considering
tho weakness in tho New York market.
Copper shares wore in better demand and
few of theso shares wero presnlntr for
sale. Tho strength Bhown by Amalga
mated had a tendency to givo a bottor 'tono
to tho general list. There was somo com
mission house selling at tho opening, but
theso stocks wcro well taken and prices
advanced somewhat, but traders wero In
clined to sell a few shares on tho lato
weakness shown by tho New York list.
Shares. High, Low. Close,
Amalgamated ... 701 $6.12ft $45.00 ?45.75
Bingham CO 10.25
Daly West 2S0 31.00 33.75 33.87
United States.... 15S0 20.25 19.S7ft 19.87ft
Utah S20 32.C2V; 32.00 S2.00
Curb Boston, Ji.755.00.
TOWNSITES TO BURN-.'
Corner Lots in Plenty for the Rush
to Goldfield, Nov.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
GOLDFIELD, Nov., Fob. 24. Two new
townsltos havo bcon survoyjd in tho Gold
field district during tho pa3t week. Ono
is at tho base of Columbia mountain r.nd
is called Stimlcr, in honor of Harry Stlm
ler, ono of tho pioneers of tho district.
Iho other Is four miles northeast of tho
Goldfield townsito and is called Diamond
field, in honor of "Diamondflold Jack" Da
vis, who owns a number of valuable claims
In tho vicinity. "Dlamondflcld Jack" was
thrlco sentenced to be hung for tho al
leged murder of two Bheopmen In Idaho.
Tho 3entcnco was commuted to Imprison
ment for life, and after spending nearly
seven years in tho ponitontlorv ho was
pardoned by Gov. Hunt, tho tstlmony on
which ho was convicted being impossible
of belief, whllo afterwards others con
fessed to tho crime of which ho was con
victed. Jack came to Goldfield four
months ago and is now well on tho road
to a big fortune. He has many promising
claims and has two groups, bonded for
$50,000 to James P. Harvoy of Spokane
who is one of tho shrowdest mlninc men
In the business.
KING- CON. TO RESUME.
New" Pump Ready to Master "Waters
That Have Been Bothering.
Operations in the Silver Jting Consoli
dated shaft will resume tomorrow, aflor
a suspension covoring a period of about a
month for repairs and tho Installation nf
a station pump on the 700-foot level, says
a message from Park City.
Tho new pump has a capacity of 500 gal
lons por minutes and is amply capable of
handling tho Inflow of water at the prop
erty, which is coming in at the rate of 250
gallons per minute. With tho pump at tho
COO station and tho ono Just lnstallod at
tho 700 tho problem of draining the shaft
Is oslved for somo time. By lowering
theso at suitable times tho 1200-foot level
will be reached without tho addition of any
During tho suspension of sinking opera
tions tho boilers have been placed in a
condition of thorough repair and every
thing is In tip-top shape for a run for
four to tho shift will go on tmmcdialelyi
Coal at Idaho Palls.
A letter from Idaho Falls says tho
Brirnson mine Is to bo developed by E C
iiiet,.b xvhom. It J acquired after tho
original locator had relinquished all rights
c,oia from th0 Property has been
tested by local blacksmiths afid others
says the correspondent, who pronounce it
of excellent fluaiity, and jvitii a mine B0
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO-Audltorlum, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
3-CANSAS CITY Midland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angcluo, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-A.itorlo, Impe
rial. Astor Houso.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton. '
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southorn.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllord, Ralolgh.
near tho Falls It meanB for tho consumer
thero cheap fuol for power, as well as for
Son Francisco Mining Stocks.,
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 24. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wero as follows:
Andes $ .49 Justice $ .M
Belcher 32 Mexican 1.S0
B & B 2.23 Occidental Con .SO
Bullion It Ophlr I.C0
Caledonia .. .. 1.00 Overman 32
Chal Con 33 Potosl 10
Chollar 14 Savago 52
Confidence . .. 1.10 Seg Belcher .. .07
C C & Va 1 05 Sterra Nev ... .53
Con Imperial .. .02 Silver Hill 6G
Crown Point .. .24 Union Con S5
G & C 42 Utah Con 21
II & N 97 Yellow Jaokot . .47
Adams Con ...$ .10 Llttlo Chief ...J .0C
Allco IS Ontario 4.E0
Brecco 10 Ophlr 4.26
Brunswick C . .03 Phoenix 03
Corastock T .. .96 Savago 50
C C & Va 1.55 Sierra Nov CO
Horn Silver ... 1.20 Small Hopes .. .20
Iron Silver .... 1.40 Standard 2.50
Leadvlllo Con. .02
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ..$ 2.00 Mohawk . ..$31.00
Alloucz .. .. 3.50 Mont C Sc. C 2.75
Amalgd .. . 45.S7ft Old Dom'n . 10.00
Amer Zlno .. 7.50 Osceola .. 63. CO
Atlantic .. . 7.00 Parrot 23.00
Bingham . .. 19.50 Qulncy .. SO.OO
Cal & Hocla, 450.00 Shannon . 7.75
Centennial .. 1G.75 Tamarack .. 95.00
Cop Rango . 3S.00 Trinity .. .. 4.G2ft
Daly West . S3 50 U S Mining. 19.S7ft
Dom'n Coal. 66.50 U S Oil S.37ft
Franklin . .. S.CO Utah 31.S7ft
Grancy .. .. 3.25 Victoria .. .. 3. CO
Islo Royalo . 7.00 Winona .. .. 5.00
Mass Mining 3.00 Wolvcrlno .. 70.00
Michigan ... 4. CO
UTAH IN BOSTON.
Daly West and Con. Mercur and Their
Merits as Investments.
Replying to a query from Duluth,
Minn., tho News Bureau of Boston, after
discussing the financial and physical
status of tho Daly West of Park City,
"Tho llfo of tho mine has not been
demonstrated beyond tho exhibit that It
has a supply of ore sufllclent to last at
least flvo years at the present rate of ox
traction. Tho management is offlclont and
honest. Tho market for tho stook, how
ever, is narrow, and whllo tho directors
own GO per cent of it, thoy aro not appar
ently disposed to add to their holdings
at prices which will advanco tho stock
boyond its present lovel of $35 per share."
To a query from tho same sourco con
cerning Con. Mercur as an investment at
CO cents a share, tho samo publication
"Wo cannot ndvlso an Investment in
Consolidated Mercur. Somo six or eight
months ago tho management informed
stockholders that It would bo obliged to
suspend dividends for two or threo
months until it could install an improved
system for saving gold from tho slags.
No Intimation is yet given ns to when
dividends will bo resumed. Tho company
has ono of tho best cyanido mills ever
constructed, but Its oro is very low grado
and refractory. The stock was brought
East to sell, and slnco Mr. Do La Mar
disposed of his holdings several years ago
the company has had an Indifferent
FOR ANOTHER TUNNEL.
Contract for a Fourth Avenue Into
Gold Development Territory.
A communication from Richfield says
a 3000-foot contract has been let by the
management of the Log Cabin to Lo
renzo Nlelson, who has begun driving
with an ample crew. This Is the fourth
of the long tunnels in course of driving
on the Log Cabin and Is christened the
L. & N. for the reason that It starts
on territory of that name. The other
threo Log Cabin tunnels are designated
as the Elephant, Franklin and Log
Cabin. Their aggregate length, when
they reach their common destination
under the Sunshine crate at a vertical
depth of 1100 feet, will be in excess of
The Log Cabin tunnel, now in about
630 feet, has for the last ninety feet
been running straight, Instead of
swinging with the monster ledge as
heretofore. In all this straight ninety
feet neither wall has been found and
nothing but good ore broken. The last
assays taken across the brenst of the
tunnel yielded an average of about $35
gold. Superintendent Ole Larsen, di
recting the affairs of that camp, says
the Log Cabin has passed the prospect
stage and has blossomed Into a mine,
thero alreadj' being sufficient ore In
sight to keep busy a big mill.
A MONTANA SCANDAL.
Serious Accusations Against a Prop
osition in Northern Country.
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 24. Tho Hccla
Consolidated Mining company, which in
the twenty-two years of its existence has,
It Is said, paid $2,220,000 in dividends, was
today mado tho defendant in a suit or
a receiver brought by Newton Todd, a
broker of this city. Todd declares that
tho company la Insolvent. Ho charges a
scheme on tho part of tho directors of tho
company to securo n preferred debt
against the corporation and thus wlpo
Xut minority stockholders. Henry Knip
penberg, president of tho company, and
John McCutcheon deny theso charges. It
is set out that Todd owns 100 shares In !
the corporation, which is engaged in the
business of copper mining at Giondalo
or Melrose, Mont. In tho last throe years,
no says, no dividends havo been paid. In
1902 the business was operated at a loss
of $30,315, and in 1903 at a loss of $i479
EDDY GOES OUT.
Makes Another Conveyance of Inter
ests at Loon Crcelc, Idaho.
Clarence B. Eddj who pioneered the
Lost Packer of Loon Creek, Ida., Into
prominenco and who subsequently ac
quired a half interest in adjoining ter
ritory with the Packer, has disposed of
his holdings in the latter to the com
pany and will continue to revel in all
that adds to the comforts of life. Tho
deal Is said to havo been consummated
several days ago, and although tho sum
drawn down by the vender is not di
vulged, it Is characterized as "consid
erable." No, Mr. Eddy has not parted
with all his Interests In the camp. On
the contrary, ho has arranged to prose
cute a large amount of development on
others this year.
U. S. LEAD FURNACES
A Battery of Thrae With
Room for Six.
RETURN OF BERT H0LDEN
Contracts for Material Ara Pil
ing Up Hourly.
Advlcos From Boston That Tell of
Big Earnings Dividends Most
Likely Present Season.
Bert Holden, who has been In confer
ence with Eastern Interests in the
United States Mining company, of
which ho is mannglng director, re
turned to town yesterday morning in
time to participate with George K.
Fischer, superintendent of construc
tion, in the lotting of another batch of
contracts for material to be employed In
tho construction of the companys lead
emelter, on which work Is now pro
gressing In a manner which foretells an
early finish. As everything pertaining
to the financial policy of the company
has been removed to Boston, Mr.
Holden, who Is directing attention more
directly to Its physical welfare pleaded
that ho did not feel at liberty to discuss
dividends that havo been pouring from
the mines for some time, nor was ho
prepared to relinquish whether or not
the mines would be levied on for means
with which to pay for tho lead fur
naces. These wero matters entirely
within the discretion of the board. Lo
cally an Impression prevails that, for
the new equipment, other sources of
wealth will be drawn on. In this event
the shoreholdcr Is quite Becure In rely
ing on a piece of bread-money the pres
With the progress being mado In the
construction of tho lead smelter the
furnaces of which will bo 600 feet dis
tant from the copper plant, Mr. Holden
was much pleased. Excavations for
the blast furnace building and power
house have been practically finished,
while nearly all contracts for material
have been awarded. Theso provide for
two boilers with engines having a ca
pacity of 1200 horse-power; the electri
cal equipment for lighting tramway,
etc., mechanical stokers, 750,000 pounds
of structural steel to bo embodied In
tho furnaco building, the roaster
building, the remeltlng building, and a
stack that will rise 300 feet above tho
earth. A contract has also been let for
a tralnload of cement to a local com
pany, as has been that for castings, tho
remainder to be awarded as soon as
possible. There will be three furnaces
with which to begin, tald Mr. Holden,
with provision made In the structuro
for as many more, and certainly tho
work will be rushed to earliest comple
Managing Director Holden will leave
for the mines this morning to Inquire
Into new developments there and re
turning will remain Indefinitely.
A Boston publication commenting on
the achievements of the company
since It was launched, says: ,
"The United States Mlnintr Mmnnnv
has demonstrated that it can mako
money. It Is flvo years since these
properties were put together and with
in that time the value of the Bingham
and TIntIc properties of the company
have been proven, a smelter erected at
a cost of over $S00,00Q and the proposi
tion Is now In shape to return to its
stockholders. Six million five hundred
thousand dollars of actual money has
gone from Boston Into the proposition.
It is a coincidence that after five years
of development tho Btock of tho com
pany is today celling nt Its original
Issue price, $20 per share. It Is now
producing about 1,000,000 pounds of bul
lion monthly from five furnaces, for
which It receives between 30 and 35
cents per pound, owing to the large gold
and sliver values in the rich Centen-nial-Eureka
ores. From this product
tho company is showing net earnings
of better than 5100,000 not per month,
and if It can continue this output it Is
In a position to earn $3 por share per
annum for Its outstanding 419,200
shares of stock."
DIAMOND TO RESUME.
Incline to Be Continued and Oro
Bodies Laid Open Below.
Active work on the properties of the
Black Diamond Mining company at
Stockton will be resumed next month,
says Manager Dederichs, while In April
William Alexander will arrive from In
diana to tako personal charge of tho
campaign. It is the Intention, said
Manager Dederichs yesterday, to con
tinue the sinking of the main Inclino
with tho next station to bo cut out at
360 feet, from which point a orosscut
As a specific remedy for
ness, or Malaria, Fever
and Ague, Hostetter's Sto
mach Bitters stands alone.
Its 50 yearsrecord of cures
proves its value. If you are
a sufferer from Stomach ills
of any kind don't overlook
the bitters. It always
will bo extended to the ledgo in which
considerable ore Is now exposed above.
As soon as a flume Is constructed In
Honerlne tunnel, added Mr. Dederichs,
drifting on the ledge frqm that avenue
will begin and it made the permanent
outlet for tho Black Diamond's wealth.
Tho company Is now provided with
means with which to carry out any
thing It shall undertake and the reim
bursement of the shareholders should
begin a short time.
BLACK JACK COPPER.
Oro Occurring in Bunches, but tho
Outlook Is Assuring.
Undo Jeaso Knight, manager of tho
Black Jock mino at Tintic, who was in
town during tho Interval between trains,
said yesterday that whllo tho report con
cerning tho presenco of copper on tho 1100
foot level was true, its occurrcnco at this
time Is qulto fickle, although tho recent
bunch was qulto prominent. With tho,
prospoct, however, Uncle Jcsso is qulto
contented and work will continuo as in
Over at tho Salvator ho continues tho
raising of good ore.
Oro and Bullion.
In tho oro and bullion market tho day's
sotlloments amounted to $65,100. McCornlck
& Co. reporting thorn as thoy follow;
American bullion, JZ1.000; gold, silver, lead
and copper ores, $44,400.
In tho metal market sllvor ruled at M4
cents an ounce, lend at $XZQ per hundred
pounds and costing coppor at 11 cents
John Foolo left for Goldfield, Nov., yes
terday. Tho Honerlno mill at Stockton is sched
uled to start up Its crushers today,
J. B. Black of Chicago passed through
town yesterday on his way to Goldfield,
M. M. Johnson, managor of Newhouso's
Cactus mines, has returned from camp
Harry B. Cole left for tho East yester
day to attend tho bedside of his mother,
whr. la alarmingly ill.
Georgo Z. Edwards hai gone into Ne
vada to conduct nn examination ot mining
property for local investors.
Threo carloads of coppor concentrates
and cne of crudo oro wero markoted by
tho Ohio of Bingham yesterday.
W. S. I-Ialloran of tho Johnny has gono
to that Statcllnc proporty to inspect con
ditions on tho 300-foot lovol
Potcr Porter, managor of the Keystono
group of mines of Euroka, Nov., leaves
for camp today to tako tho measurements
of a now strike.
Local shareholders of tho Homestako
of South Dakota will partlcipato In an
other 25-cent dividend, or ?S1,G00, from Uiat
Klnicr E. Dagger, prominently identified
with tho oil fields at Beaumont, Tex., will
arlvc In Salt Lako with a party of ex-pcrii-nced
oil men on Friday.
A telegram from tho Utah Copper com
pany's big crowd In Colorado Informs tho
local management that Its arrival in Salt
Lako has leen unavoidably delayed until
Tho management of tho Victor Con. of
Tintic marketed two carloads ot oro yes
terday on controls showing as much as
12 per cent copper, with six ounces sliver
and 0 cents gold.
Georgo Gunn. tho vigilant field repre
eontatlvo of tho Amorlcan Smelting and
Refining compnny, who has been prospect
ing tho region along tho lino of tho San
Pedro, has bono heard from at Manso.
Messrs. Ravenscrof t and Bolleau. having
launched their undertaking in tho local
oil and gas field, departed for their homo
In Pittsburg yesterday afternoon, leaving
their intorests In custody of Joseph H.
BIggor. who assumes tho managomont.
A cablo message from tho camp of tho
Cerro do Pasco mines, Peru, brought nowa
yesterday of tho serious illness of A. W.
McCune, Jr., who has boon romoved to tho
mountains of tho Interior. Mr. Medina
has been overcomo by tho fovors that
characterize tho southorn country.
It is stated by Secretary Dunlap that
tho Montana-Tonopah doe3 not purposo
paying any lmmedlato dividend and tho
main efforts of tho company for tho next
few months will bo concentrated in tho
work of putting down tho proposed three
compartment shaft and tho erecting of tho
new holBt, says tho Tonopah Bonanza.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephono In
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemake; filing devices, card Index
systems. Typewriter stand and desk, j
The Largest Selling Brand of
Cigars in the World.
:: EVERY ::
': Of the I
Great Southeast. -
is best reached
by the "
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T PENETRATES ELEVEN
Travelers from tho West may !
ubo this lino through St. Loul3,
Memphis or Birmingham.
- - WM. FLAN NELLY, T. P. A. I '
Board of Trado Building,
Kansas City, Mo.
-M H f H tllHIIIMIIIIlln I
iTJrro ''"l V'l YOTJN&, MIDDLE
III WW I AGED AND. ELDER
IS H B LY. Icou &re sexual-
9 I 1 1 Sffi n from what cauko; unio
IJyyBJl vcloped; have stricture.
varicocele, etc., MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro you
No drugs or electricity; 75.000 oured and
doveloped. 10 DAYS' TRLL. Send for
tf,eS. booklet, Sant Bealed. Guaranteed
Writ today,. R, C. Emmet, jS-Tabor
Block,. CfinYifc-.CQlo,, J
Has been the
greatest in sales,
greatest in distri
bution over the
greatest in profits
and greatest in
on suffering hu
manity Measured by every test,
viz., world-wide popu
larity and sale, purity
and sweetness, absolute
safety, unfailing relief
or cure, and great econ
omy, CUTICUR A is the
greatest curative of
ancient or modern times.
Sale greater than the world's product
of other skin cures.
Sold wherever civilization his penetrated.
I WINE of I
FOR WON E N j
I Unequalled in Purity I
OSWEGO SILVEE, GLOSS f
OSWEGO CORN STARCH. g
jSriggSM MEN AND WOMEN.
fcTJ U uEbKfl Uso BIk O for unnatural
Hjgr ! 1 u 4 dTiJ diicbarecg.I&flamniattoa,
JfW Oorntd IH Irritations or ulcerations
- 4 m 10 trletor. 0f mnoooi njombraDM.
ttft CIHCIHHATI,0.5gH Sold by DrnirclcU,
jHHkU. S.1. JKftH or writ in plain wrapper,
4MHafebraRKj br szpreu, propald, for
VKaSMgKrfl .-00. or 3 bottlti S2.75.
Mg " Circular rent on rcqusj
Vienna Model Bakery
Tis the "Comfort Line"
ON TUB POPULAR
ST. LOUIS v
THE EHST AND
A3 WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS ANR LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT"? IT WILL US,
IftSK US HBUT IT
W. C. UNDSAT, General Agent.
P. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agont.
6T. LOTJIS MO,
fte' Pn Francisco, ChV- Sfl
capo. St. Louis. Omaha $
and Denver e-30 IW
"l0 O.Bden and -uermcdU 1 K
ate points o-in "
rom Osden. Cache' VaUoyi r iME
and inter mediate polnto"... II-kk M
From Opdon, Chicago St. ' B
Louis. Scancityfbma- Ef
f''0" 4:05 Vi P
RA-ihony' Portland and i j
Ban Francisco 6:Bg M
For Opden, Omaha. Chicago, . flES
P.etVer Kansaa City and MB
St. Louis 6:oo gijki
For ORdcn, Portland. St. An- PS
thony, San Francinco and Ml
intermediate polnta 1020
For Offtlon. Omaha. Chicago. ' t, fi1
Denver, Kansaa City. St. f 0
Louln and San Francisco... 110 u rA."
For Ogdon, Cacho Valley v W
Denver, Kansaa Cite. Oma- f W
ha, SL Lo'uio and Chicago, B45 tji IS?
For Ogden. Cacho Valley j- gk
Butte, Helena, Portland'. T, ,&
Ban Francisco and Intcrmo- ! li'
diate polnto II.45
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafrln n.r3
D. B. BURLEY. G. P. & Tt a MtTX W
D. B. BPENCER, A. G. p. & T v
City Tlckot office. 201 MaJn otreoL i
Telephono 250. u L
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Ban Pedro. Lob An- JS$L 'Pi
DEPART. Sr 1
akeCltyr:0ri 6hrt Ua Bepot
rr Lr.l H111' Eairflold and '
Nepal, Mant! and points on . tfU
Sanpcto Valley Ry 7t30.a.i
For Garfield Beach. Tooole. '
Stockton, Mammoth. Eureka
and Silver City ..8:00rJ
tar Provo, American Fork, t; l'v
Lohl. Juab. Mllford, Frifico. if 0
Callentes and lntermodlato ii f-
polnta 6:03 pj
ARRIVE. J: ?
From Provo. American Fork, ?: fta
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, i J-E
Calientea and lntermodlato JL
fcVom Provo, Lehl, Fairfield, ,1
Mcrour and Banpoto Valley i
Ry. points 5:35pi Jl
From Silvor City, Mammoth, i T
Euroka, Stockton, Tooolo , git
and Garfield Beach........... 5:35.pj tt
Dally Pullman Buffet Sloepins Car sij if"
Hco between Salt Lako, Milford, Modai 'rtfc
fcsd Calientea. c
Direct ataffo connections for all mini ikj
lUstrlcta In oouthern Utah and Nevada;, ris
City Ticket Office, 201 Main. Stwi a
Telephone 250. j
k W. GILLBTT, j; L. MOOli
Gcn'L Pass. Aft. ornmerclal Afft !
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LI! ?jj
TO ST. LOUIS. 3;
Through car. Salt Lake City to i
XoulB and Kansas Clt'. Only one chaa
to Na-v York, Buffalo and principal poll
Eaat low rates for summer travel. ' 7-
E apodal tttcntlon to ladles arid cj
'Tourlit oleepera through to Chicaj 5
Boston and otner polnta -without chan
Two trains dally. ?
Inoinro at Uciitt ofricc, IBS Dooly blcx
fnlt Lako City. Any Information ch 4-C
fuUy Stven, H. C. TOWN9END,?
O. P. A ?. A. UlsBOuri Paoiilo Ry...l u:
' Louis. 7To, J" 5
(VA. TRIPP, C. P. Agent,! Jt
Salt Lako atr
In effeot November 3, IKS. 'i ,Jf
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. lO-pFor Singham. Heber. i
Provo mnd Alarysvale 8:CO x.1 ,
No. 103-For Park City.. . 8rl5 a.i
No. & For Denver and East.... 8:J0 a.1
No. 5 For Offden and West ...-.10:50 a-i
No. 1 For Osden and West 1:5 p.i ...
No. 2 For Denver and En3t.. . 3;15 p.i
No. 8 For Provo aDd Eureka.. 5:00 p,i 'i..,.
No. & For Ogden aud local pta. 6:05 p U..
No. 4 For Denver and East. S:G5 p.1 i...
No. S For Ogden and WeBt. 12:10 a.1
ARRrVE AT SALT LAICE5 CITY. st
No. 6 From Oden and the Eoat S:0 ail 7k
No, 12 From Ogden and local pta 9:u a.1
No. 7 From Euroka and Provo .10:00 a.1 ...
No. G From Denver and East.. 10:40 a.1
So. 1 From Donvor and East..l;35 p. l
o. 2 From Ogden and tho West 3:0G p.i
No. 101 From Park City.... ... 6.15 p.i ;...,
No. 0 From Binjrham, Hobcr, i
Provo and Marys vale 6:0Q pj ..
Ko. 4 From Ogden and the West 7:Co p.1 l.
No. 3 FTom Denver and East..,ll:5 p.J L.
All trains except Nos. 1 to 6 atop at "4 0
tcrmcdiate polnto. u 5
Ticket Office. Dooly Block. I
Phone 205. . ,
J. A. BENTONj O. A J&. P,
From Utah to 0
Emsa3 City and Chicago. ,
Also direct lino to Galveston, 3 8sj4
aso, City of Mexico and the minis i,
camps of New Mexico and Arizona 1
Ask mo about reduced rates east.C'Jtlft
O. F. WABHEN, rjOfll
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly Block!:
Salt Lako City.
Now and elegant in all Its appointment '
250 rooms, alnglo or en suite. CI rooms wiWj, -