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THE SALT liAJKB THIBUXE: TrJ5B3STESDAY MOB2mG, ISlAHCH 2, 1904. l
! MONTH'S CROP OF ORE
Nearly 90,000 Tons Re
! duced in February.
NEED OF MORE FURNACES
Ore Reserves Are Now De
Camps All Prepared to Increaso Their
Tonnages Preparations to
Meet the Requirements.
"With which to swpply present needs
ot furnaces operated In the State the
dlffginps are required to furnish 3200
tons of ore daily, -while to maintain the
reserve, which is looked after as vigi
lantly by the discreet, Is a demand for
a tonnage at least 20 per cent in excess
of that which is dally reduced. The
February record, at the smelters of tho
valley proper reveals that SSJOO tons of
oro was reduced to bullion or matte
during that period, while March opens
with a single blast at tho Yampa
smelter requiring, at tho minimum, 150
tons more dally. ,
To this prodigious levy upon their re
sources tho diggings arc responding
without exertion whatever. If, Indeed,
there is any distress, It is confined to
those engaged in the transportation of
the enormous output, although at in
tervals, the smelter management be
trays an uneasiness for which addi
tional equipment is the only possible
relief Tho output of "New Bingham"
might be doubled without the use of
another stick of dynamite, while Pork
City, without removing its sWoator, is
providing means with which to pay
dividends amounting to 5117,000 a
month, without overlooking tho needs
I of its lofty surplus. Tin tic, while shell-
ing out a larger tonnage than at any
period in moons and moons and moons,
Is doing it with such little strut ns to
almost evade comment, while Alto, is
shedding Its superfluous flannels and
preparing for an output that shall as
.J tonlsh. Not an active camp, Indeed,
that has not added to its reserves,
while putting out all the ore that fa
cilities would permit during the winter,
while the stock of wealth on hand and
awaiting reduction is almost Incredi
ble. To meet these requirements tho
smelting capacity, locally, must bo in
I creased or a levy made on furnaces
outside the State. None appreciate thlB
! more keenly, perhaps, than do those en
I gaged in the reduction of ores in this
I valley, while to emphaslzo it aro tho
j new mills now going Into commission,
I without reference to those projected,
i "With an adequate battery of furnaces
i the diggings, indeed, aro prepared to
1 double the present output.
I WILL HAVE MONEY
I I RETURNED TO THEM
H The Senate committee at Washington
HI J to which was referred the Stewart bill
Hj I providing for tho repayment of unex
t pended moneys deposited with tho Sur
I veyor-Gencral to cover costs of platting
' and ofllce work in connection with min
Hj ing locations and the patenting there
of, has recommended Its passage. Un
der the present law a uniform deposit
is required in all cases whero applica
tlon is made to the Surveyor-General
for patent, the petitioner whose under
H taking is a simple and inexpensive one
HI being compelled to pay as much as
Hi those whose survey Is more Intricate
and the plat incurring greater labor.
In cases where the survey was one In
1 volvlng only a small amount of work
HI nnd expense under this bill the apppll
cant would derive the benefit from
HI those facts, while the applicant having
a survey necessitating a large expendi
ture for platting and office work would
be required to pay In proportion for the
BM work to be done. The bill does not at
Hjr i feet tho question of the original de
; posit, but only provides where the
wholo sum deposited is not expended
i that the applicant shall receive the ex
j. ceBB when the amount of the same Is
H Senator Kearns, who detected this In-
ifirmity in the present rule last season,
'sought to correct It by appealing to tho
; General Land ofllce, but the Commis
sloner who assured him that a remedy
i would be provided evidently over
HJ 'looked It In the rush, until "a holler"
, came from Nevada. In the land ofQco
HJ all jobs appear to look alike, except to
I the subordinate who does the work.
I MAJESTIC WANTS
ITS DEBTS ALL PAID
i According to the Commercial of New
York, the shareholders of the Majestic
' Mining company arc bucking nnd decline
i to Join in the Monarch consolidation until
i Buch timo ns tho latter has assumed tho
former's lndobtcdnczs aggregating some
5200,000. A meeting is to take place in New
York today, however, whon it 4b likely
that an ultimatum will bo reached. While
I the Majestic la insisting that tho consoli
dated company must assumo Its Indebted,
nc-ss, thoro aro local Interests in tho Mon
arch who are prepared to resist its adml3
I slon to tho combination under any terms
They do not fancy the launching of the
) new company with an incumbrance of that
H RICH SHIPMENTS
H OUT OF 60LDFIELD
I In their weekly markot letter Kenneth
HH J Donnellan & Co., commenting on tho aen
HH ,iatlonal achievements under the January
HH : It-ase- at Goldtleld, say: "Tho Patrick,
HH Kendall and Jones shaft is down forty
HH ' flvo feet, showing a four-foot ledgo of
HH ji tho higher grade. Tho following figures
HH '8?. thelr ,ast shipment wc obtained from
mmM Jjjtho company's officials, and know them
HI mi?. bc fthsolutoly correct: A shipment of
Hj iM"3 sacks, about equally divided botwoen
MMM Btoarac oro and flno ore (screenings), gave
Mmm 'M&J Pr ton for the former and $170 for
MMM 'fIl?0J,a.ttcr' ,an average for tho shipment
HH ' n PaCSl"e' lt 15 inter03t"
ing to noto that In einking to a depth
of forty-five foot tho production has aver
aged about $1000 pci" fool. On another
part of tho January T. I Oddlo and
associates aro sinking, with excellent re
sults. "On tho February flvo leasers nro work
ing, threo of whom havo pay dirt On tho
October, a claim of another group of this
company's holding?, the leasers havo
mado a strike."
A DAY'S TRADING
ON MINING EXCHANGE
The day on tho mining exchange closed
with tho ealo of 1S.750 snares of .stock for
SS9M.74. and with tho condition again mo
notonously unchanged. Con. Mercur, with
tho proceed of Its Bllmcs plant to swell
tho earnings of March, crept up to CO'
conls, while Century, in tho mmo cate
gory, receded to G5, notwithstanding Uh
tiO oro and regular consignments of gold
bullion, with another dividend-day ap
proaching. Daly West, which is alwavs
ivoocd, was firm again nt J31.B0. while
Nalldrlvcr was permitted to drop down
to 45 cent3, and New York, Ha neighbor,
to 11 For 51.60 Joe Bowers wrapped up a
packajro containing C00O flharcs, while Lit
tle Chief, which sold at C cents at tho
opening, wh marked down to 5 at tho
close, with Ajax changing hands around
C!4. Carlsa continued weak at 9 cents,
while Tctro brought at tho close, with
Silver Shield changing hands qulto freely
at a cent. Grand Central, without ap
parent cause, was marked down to 1.40,
with $1.10 asked for Manhattan, tho day
closing on tho following market:
I A. M. H P. M.
Did. Asked. Bid. jAaked.
Alnx J .0l',l$ .06 .05 1$ .053
Ailco 10 10
Bulllon-B ... 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00
Blaok Bess 03
Butlor-L .... .09 .1014 Ms -10tt
Carlsa 07H -09Vi .07 .10
Century W -"0 ,G2 .CS
Creole ., 30 30
Con, Mercur .6S .01 I
Dnly 2,00 2.00
Dnly-Judgo . 4.2o 6.00 4.00 5.03
Daly West.. 34.25 3-I.EO 31.25 3-I.G0
Dalton I 00V5
E. & B. B .49 49
Qalona 07 W
Gr. Central.. 3.00 8.40 3.25 3.40
Horn Silver. 1.0) 1.00
Ingot 01& .02 .OliA
Joe Bowers 00 1-10
Little Bell.'.. 1.10 1.15
Little Chief. .06 .07tf .(6 .034
Low. Mam.. .29 .42 .39 .43
La Rclne 02 02-
Mammoth 1.20 1.01 1.10
Manhattan Ml' 00V1
May Day ... .00 .07U .OCVi .06
Mar. "Wash.. .00V4 .00V4 OOVi
Mont.-T 1.42 1.40
Now York .. .11 . .11U .104 .11
Ontario ' G.25 C.CO
Pctro 07 07 .10
Rocco-H 60 GO
Sunshine CO 03
Swansea 10 .33
So. Swansea .05 .10 .03 .10
Sac'mento . .21 .22H .21 -22
Silver King 63.00 70.00
Star Con 1C .17Ms Mi .17
Silver Shield .01 .01V4 .01 .01M
Tctro 33 .5 .34 .35
Un. States,.. 20.00 20.00 21.00
U, S. Con 19 .25 .20 .23
Utah S3 .70 .65 .62
Victor 02 .05 .02H- .05
Yankee Con. .41 .4S .12 .47
Dnly West, 40 at W4.C0.
Joe Bowers, 2000 shares for TCa.
New York, 600 at lVAc
Tetro, 1000 at 35c, buyor sixty, days.
Shares sold, 4540
Selllng value, $17S7.
Joo Bowers. 000 sharos for 75c
Littlo Chief. 1CCO at Cc
May Day. 600 at -Gftc.
Martha Washington, 6C00 nt Uc.
New York, 500 at llUc; 600 at ll&c
Nalldrlvcr, 350 at 45c.
Tetro, 500 at 25o. buyer sixty day3.
Shares sold, 1L350.
Selling value. J545.37.
Con. Mercur, 300 at 69c; 100 at D9&C.
Ingot, 1000 at lKc
May Day, GOO at G&a
Century, 100 at Goc.
Littlo Chlof. 8O30 at 6a
New York, 1600 at 11c.
Tetro. COO at 34c.
Shares sold. 7100.
Selling value, ?m60.
Ajax, 1200 at 6c; 1000 at 5tic.
Carlsa. 600 at flc.
Con. 3Iercur, ECo) at 60c,
Daly West, GO at $34X0.
Now York, 500 at 103ftc.
Silver Shield, 1600 at lc
Tetro, 200 at 34Vic.
Shares sold. 6760,
Selling value, $2673.57.
Boston Copper Market.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., March 1. A little more
spirit was shown In tho local markot to
day. Copper shares were In better de
mand, and almost from the opening tho
tendency was toward better prices. Tho
demand was mostly for specialties, of
which Utah was tho feature Later In the
day Copper Range and ono or two others
Joined in the procession, but tradors are
a littlo slow about taJdng the long sldo
of tho market permanently and took
profits on the rally. Tho market, although
not displaying any brilliancy, closod
Sales. High, Low. Close.
Amalgamated ..3,475 $47.27 $46.C2V& ?47.2u
Daly West 155 34.50 - 34.25 31.60
United States .. 400 20.25 20.12 20.12
Utah 3.3S0 32.87 32.60 33.87
Curb Boston, $2.0002.12.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Andes $ .45 Justice $ .03
Belcher 31 Mexican 1.76
B & B 2.CO Occidental Con. .83
Caledonia .. 1.20 Ophlr 2.75
Chal Con , .35 Overman ., .... .35
Chollar 13 Potosl 17
Confldcnco .. 1.05 Savage 50
C C & Va 1.55 Sierra Nov 62
Con Imperial .02 Silver Hill ..... .C4
Crown Point .23 Union Con 85
G & C 40 Utah Con 21
H &. N 04 Yellow Jacket . .47
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .15 Ontario .... ...,$4,60
Ailco 25 Ophlr .... 4.60
Brecco 10 Phoonlx oc
Comstock Tun . .03 Potosl zi
C C & Va..... l.SOSavago 65
Horn Silver 1.20 Sierra Nev GO
Iron Silver .... 1.95 Small Hopes .. .20
Loadvlllo Con . .02 Standard .... 2.50
Littlo Chief ... .06
BOSTON MINING STOCKS,
Advonturo 2.CO Arohawk .. ..$ 35.60
Allouez 8.60 Mont C & C. 2.50
Amalgam'd . 47.12 Old Dom'n , 10.00
Amcr Zlno ,. 9.00 Onceola. 56 00
Atlantic ... 7.00 Parrot 23.00
Bingham . 10.50 Qulncy S2 00
Col & Hecla, 446.00 Shannon .... 7.S7U)
Centonnlal .. 17.12 Tamarack ... 05 00
Cop Rango . S0.50 Trinity 4.6,
Daly West . 34.25 U S Mining.. 20.12
Dom'n Coal . 65.00 U S OH fa is
Franklin .. 7.G0 Utah Sl'.WA
Grancy 3.25 Victoria ,. .. 3,12V.
Ialo Royalo . 7.CO Winona 5 00
Moss Min'g , 3.50 Wolverine ... 73.00
Michigan . 4.25
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-dlBtanco telephone in
Pembroke Sells It.
"Wageraaker filing devices, card Index
systems. Typewriter stand and desk.
TO UTILIZE ITS GAS
Pennsylvania Company Gets
HALF MILLION FEET DAILY
Will Pipe It to Tanks on the
West Side. ,
Orders for Eigging' Now Being Placed
in Pittsburg Active Drilling
in a Short Time.
While the intention of the Pennsyl
vania Oil nnd Pipeline company, re
cently launched by the Quaker and' the
Saint under the laws of this State, is to
fathom the basin for oil andi equip its
undertaking to that end, whatever gas
may be developed will be made to erve
a commercial need and not permitted
to waste Itself upon the "circumam
bient," said the management yester
day. Indeed, that feature of the
undertaking was provided for before
the talent from Pennsylvania was per
mitted to participate In lt, and. not the
least among the new company's assets
at this time is a contract with the Utah
Light & Power company which has
obligated itself to provide a market
for half ft million feet dally. At the
same time the Pennsylvania company
has acquired the use of the pipe-lino
formerly In ufe, the pipe along this to
be relald and Its Jolnto t-o sealed as to
overcome the ruinous losses by which
tho enterprise was originally overcome.
All the promoters seek is a How from
sources that afford reasonable assur
ance of permanence, and the con
struction of a line through which to
transmit It to the tanko of the consumer
will begin. What price the producer is
to receive for the element is not di
vulged by the management of the new
company, but a five-year contract
Justifies the undertaking. That natural
gas was not popular ns a fuel when- lt
was delivered Into town was that the
supply at the kitchen stove was bo
fickle that the consumer never knew
whether to attempt a roast or a
"short order." Elllclent pipe service,
said Henry Driver, who was Identified
with tho first era of gas as a fuel, will
overcome this. At all events the
Pennsylvania company will seek to
The first bore will be at a point about
two and one-half miles this side of the
Guffey & Galey bore out of Tarm
ington, the second an equal distance
west of town. For these riggings are
now being ordered In Pittsburg, to
whloh city Messrs. Bolleau and
Ravenscroft returned on Sunday last,
the delivery of them on the ground, to
be rushecL Manager Joe Bigger says
there '.shall be no delay.
ONTARIO ON THE
A report from New York says Ontario
has been thrown on the market there
at 51.75, and that there appears to be
no strenuous demand for shares In a
company that has passed 'round divi
dends amounting to $14,000,000 even at
that figure. However, tliere are many
in this neck of the woods who nre
willing to take every share of the
Hnggln-Hearst holdings at pennies bet
ter than that figure, believing that the
old bonanza which has done so much
for New York Is yet capable of a future.
Indeed repeated) effort has been made
to loosen up the Haggln-Hearst hold"
lngs, but they appear to havo been
looked upon by the owner as quite a
valuable asset yet.
TO SINK ON THE
To dispatch work that promises to earn
for tho Copper Mountain group of Beaver
county, a place among tho producers tho
present Bcason, "V. J. Bowrlng, who Is
doveloplng It under an option in which ho
obligates his syndicate to shell out $125,
000. left for camp again last night. Cer
tainly present conditions Justify a most
vigorous campaign, tho management, at
a depth of 200 foot, having exposed an ore
body which, Ben Lloyd says, will afford
an avorago of 14 per cont copper, while
In it aro streaks that show as much as 32
per cent of that metal. It is llkoly that
tho shaft will bo sent down 160 feet deep
er, when crosacutting to the ledge will
begin. For the expense of future work
tho properties, with from ten to twelve
feet of 14 per ccpt copper oro, ought to be
mado to provido.
A MILLION FOR
WHITE KNOB'S NEEDS
Shareholders In the "While Knob Mining
company will meet In special session to
day to vote on a proposition to Issue bonds
In tho sum of $1,000,000 against Its mines
and smelter at Mackay, Ida., tho same
convertible Into stock at par, and maturo
ten years later. One-half of tho big Issue
Is to bo applied to tho redemption of
$500,000 in bonds already outstanding, tho
remainder to a liquidation of floating In
debtedness and for uso as a working cap
ital. Sinco tho proposition was launched
tho shares havo broken from $S 25 to $5.75,
JOHN STAMPS TO
DROP ON GOLD ORES
From Statellne comes tho announcement
that tho Johnny mill will go Into commis
sion again tomorrow with every asauranco
of a continuation and a most profltablo
run from this tlmo. During tho suspen
sion a number of changes have been made
by Superintendent Shcan at the plant
which now promises most efficient sorvlco,
while blocked out aro ores sufficient to
supply lt Indefinitely. On tho 300-foot level
of tho mlno drifting is now in progress.
Ore and Bullion Settlements.
In the oro and bullion market tho day's
settlements wcro confined to $77,KW, Mc
Cornlck & Co, reporting them ns they fol
low American bullion, $2S.500; gold, sil
ver, lead and copper ores, $49,400. In tho
metal market silver ruled at 67 cents ..J
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parkor.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVKU Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANCRLR6- Tho Angelua, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS Wcat Hotel.
NEW YORK Woldorf-Aotorla, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Plan tors'. Southern.
' Washington wuhird. Raleigh.
ounce, lead at $3.60 per hundred and cast
ing copper at 11 cents a pound.
TUNNEL GOING IN
AT INDIAN QUEEN
Lorln Morrison, who, with his brother,
is developing the Indian Queen group In
tho southern country, leaves for camp
again today to remain Indefinitely. To
ovcrcomo the waters that have Interfered
with operations In tho pioneer shaft
Ihrough which considerable ore came to
this market, tho management is driving a
tunnel to tap the ledge 200 feet below tho
old workings The ores exposed above
not, on the present metal market, $25 or
$30 per ton, and the management has no
doubt that 200 feet below as good a margin
will bo maintained.
Mr. Morrison says that at the Hcndrlck
son group tho sacking of ore of good qual
ity is now in progress, and that a ship
ment will follow In a short time.
Quartz in Little Chief.
Joseph Obcrndorfer of the Littlo Chief,
who camo from that Tlntlc proposition
yesterday morning after a night under
ground, says tho recent changes which
advnnced the price of tho shnres consists
of a breast o mineralized quartz on tho
hanging wall and that to search for ore
a crosscut to tho footwall will bo run
southeast. Samples of tho rock wcro
brought up, from which returns are ex
At the Pie Counter.
Sacra -n onto shareholders yesterday
drew ' ivii a $5000 dividend with every
assurn that the distribution will bo re
peatci. ;ii Fool's Day. thirty days henco.
"Without refcrenco to tho gold coming from
its leaching tanks, quicksilver of the value
of ubout $10,000 -Is now awaiting shipment
to tho Eastern market, a second consign
ment to bo forwarded us soon as tho lot
reaches a carload.
Old Colony Annual.
The shareholders of the Old Colony Mi
ning company met In annual sosslon dur
ing tho day when tho following officers
wore elected for the ensuing year: P.. L. .
Twomey, president; P. J. Fcnnell, vlco
presldent; C. W. Johnson, treasurer, and
L. A. Armden, secretary, these, with J. C.
.Sullivan, to serve as directors. Tho com
pany's territory adjoining tho Lower
Mammoth at Tlntlc has been Idlo for aomo
To Mine in Nevada.
Articles of Incorporation of tho Fred
erick "Wardo Gold and Copper Mining
company of this city woro filed yesterday
In tho County Clerk's office. Tho capital
stock of tho corporation is $300,000, divided
Into shares of the par valuo of $1 each.
Tho properties of tho company aro situ
ated In tho Yellow Pino mining district,
Lincoln county, Novada. Frederick
"Warde Is president of the company; M.
E. Mulvcy, vice-president; A. W. Ray
bould, secretary; Jacob Meyers, treasurer.
Duncan J. Frew leaves for California
tomorrow to lnqulro Into Interests In that
A car of oro from the Utah of FlBh
Springs left Oasis yesterday for tho
Managing Director Holden of the United
States company left for Bingham yester
Alex Jacobson, superintendent of tho
Columbus Con , left for that Alta proposi
tion yesterday morning.
"With Eastern visitors. Fred Bottles left
for tho Bingham properties of tho Ohio
Copper company yesterday morning.
Of tho results of tho Utah-Apex moot
ing at Salem, Mass., on Monday, nothing
had been received by Manager Walter
President Bartch of the Shoba mines
and mill in Humboldt county, Novada,
loft for camp again yesterday, accom
panied by E. A. Vail, tho onglneer.
P. F. Roosa, chief clerk at tho Bingham
Con. smelter, camo up from tho plant
again yesterday and reports over 500 tons
of oro going dally through threo furnaces
Tho main tunnel on Old Evergreen, in
Big Cottonwood, Is now 1100 feet Into tho
zone and advancing on a strong fissure.
Some second-class ore Is being encoun
tered In tho winze at a depth of twenty
Tho Dewey mill of Bingham canyon will
go Into commission again as soon ns tho
roads arc In condition to permit tho de
livery of ores from tho Red Wing Exten
sion and Butler-Llboral. Each promises
a lot of considerable magnitude.
Tho case of T. J. Oliver against tho J.
M. Guffey Petroleum company has been
decided In favor of the plaintiff. The
Guffey company lodes Its mlnoral rights
on SS5 acres of land In tho Sour Lako oil
field, valued at $500,000, says a New York
Ed Stewart, for many years Identified
with tho mines of this State and Colorado
and now tho energetic rcprcsontatlvo of
Hon. A. II. Tarbot at the big powor plant
at American Falls, Ida., Is In the city
again. A year hence, said Mr. Stewart,
will aeo tho stupendous plant in commis
sion Analytical returns on samples from tho
now bismuth discoveries out of Sodavlllo.
Nev., show 13.3 per cent bismuth, 20
ounces silver and SO cents gold per ton.
The oro occurs In a ledgo from two to
nix feet In width, whllo tho property hi
now being oponed up under nn option in
favor of Bottles and Nlland.
J M. Hnyc3, for several years Identified
with tho Bingham Con 's organization,
has been made cashier for tho Utah Cop
per company, Into which Baddlo ho
stepped yesterday, although hla connec
tion with the formor will not bc finally
severed until tho last of tho month. Tho
company Is to bo congratulated on tho
acquisition of his services.
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AS 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
"OET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT" 7 IT WILL US.
HSK US ABOUT IT
W. O. LINBSAY, General Agent.
P. Q. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUTS, MO.
ptllvrry to all parts of ti city. Tbono
trr,H,n.d..,eaVo Vw orders for the btul
BREAD AND CAKB3.
Vienna Model Bakery
i At Barton's Store.
I Are you interested in saving money? We afford the op-
I $2.50 and $3.00 Trousers... v ...$1.90
v $3.50 and $4.00 Trousers '. ... 2.90
$5.00 and ?G.00 Trousers i..... 3.90
I $7.00 and $9.00 Trousers 4.95
r Every pair from our regular stock of cheviots, cassimeres
; nnd worsteds, neat in pattern and correct in style.
i Also a hat advantage.
$2.50 to $3.50 Hats 4 .'. .$1.95
These prices are for this week. I
r Clothiers. 45-47
All trains are examined at every division w
station that is, at intervals of a hundred ffi
miles or so. H
When you hear the hammer ring or see H
: the flare of the torches, you know what is ta- Pj
king place your train is being 'looked over." H
In this matter of examining equipment I
frequently and thoroughly the Burlington is, El
perhaps, a little more systematic than any BE
other railroad. The reason is IT PATS. H
tM j i j "'JiLSJLiiSiii ii HI "I (-)rniIa and Chicago, leave Denver ID
i Sjll 4:15 P" 10:35 P' m ' t0 Kan5aS C,tr H
Nov. 22, '93' "jfi E
Butte, San Francisco. ChV- Hl
"5. St. Louis. Omaha
nA Denver 8:30 a.a, lK
, Ocaon and Intcrmedl-
t0 P,nt 9:10 n.m. JM
-?..K(1'n- cch Valloy,
and Intermediate points. ... 11:55 a.m.
Ti??en' Chicago. St.
If uls. Kanm City, Oma-
SVro " and San Fran" UA
Prora OcdVn!' Cache' Vniloy -05 P-10 y MfM
5T Sl!?on7"' Portland and Wm
Ban Pranclaco 6:55 p.m. MAM
For Ouden. Omaha, QUcaso,
enJer. Kansas City and
Bt, Loula 8.00 ft-Tn, H
Tor OpxJen. Portlfind, St. An 'H
ihony, San Francisco and jH
intermediate points 10:20 cum, M
For Oflcn. Omaha. Chicago. 9H
Denver, Knnaao City, St. IH
IxjuIh and Ban Francisco... 1:10 p.m. iH
For Off den. Cache Valley. jH
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- JH
ha, 8L Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m. HH
For Ocden. Cache Valley, iH
Butt, Helena, Portland, jH
Ban Francisco and lnterme- H
diate points .. 11:45 p.Q, ll
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Mar
g. E. BDRLBT. G. P. t T. Jl
. 87 SPENCER. A. O. P. & T. A. ' iH
City Ticket office, 301 Main atrcot. IH
Telephone 20. nH
TIME TTn. H
Ban Pedro, Lob An- UffL)
from Oregon Short Llns Depot. SnlSt
ror Provo, Lehl, Falrfleld ana BB
' Nepal. Manti and points on. MK
Banpoto Valley Ry 7":30 aa Y JM
For Oarfield Beach. Tooele, i
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureica
and Silver City SiOOa.xa' ViH
t'or Provo, American Fork, iHll
Lhl, Juab, Milford, Frieco, jH
Callentes and intermediate IH
points 6:08-pia IH
from Provo, American Fork,
Lohl. Juab. Milford. Frlaco, H
Callentao and intermediate tH
points 9:35 fcm
frrom Provo, Lehl. Fairfield, HH
Merour and Sanpete Volley IBH
Ry. points 5:35paa' nB
From Sliver City, Mammoth, IHii
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele jH
and Qarfleld Beach 5:35p.m' sH
Dally Pullman. Buffet Slreplntr Car Ser, HiH
Hco between Salt Lake, Milford. Mod on a- IH
Dlrcot stage connections (or alt mining
lstriots in southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Offlco, 801 Kflln Streot
fc, VT. OrLLETT, J. Ta MOORE!, jH
Gen'L Pose. Act Commercial Ast, HH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINB ,EB
TO ST. LOUIS. EftSBI
Through car, Salt Lake City to St, iuBfefiSH
(LoulB and Kansas City. Only one chanrt IffifflH
to N-rsr York, Buffalo and principal polntg IMfJ
Saat-lo-c rates for oummer travel. LHHHH
' Especial attention to ladles oni clill. y fSHBi
ITourtst aleepr through to Onicaffq mH
Beaton and other points -wTlhout ohnnge. Il
Two trains dally. KaH
I Tnnuire at ilcbt office, 105 xny oioc FBB
iBalt Lake City. Any information cheen
'lunyclven. H. C. TOWNSEND. lB
GbTP. & T. A. Ml3Bouri Pacific Ry., St
GdX TRIPP, C. P. Ascnt. HI
Salt Lako City. HI
In effeot Hovem-br C3, 1303. jH
LEAVE BAIiT LAKE CITT. "K
fio. 10 For Zdngham, Hober, fEl
Provo and Marysvale 80 a.m, Hj
No. 105 For Park City B;15 a.mj i
No. S For Denver and Bast 8:20 am IV J
No. U For Ogdon and Wost... 10:50 a.n3i - f iKIM
No, 1 For Ogden and West 1"5 p.m, f B
No. 3 For Denver and BaaU... 3:15 p.m, ' Mf 5
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka,. S'to p.m, M MM
No. 9 For Opdon ni'd local ptp. 6K)5 p.a, W Mm
No. H For Denver and East...... S:05 p.m, m mmW
No. S For ORdon and west 12:10 a.m, fmmm
ARP.rVB AT SALT LAKE CITT. PmmWi
No, 6 From Osrdon and tho East 6:10 a-m f nmmX
No. 12 From Ogden and local pts 9:03 am, J mmWti
No. 7 From Euroka and Provo.. 10:00 a.m, WKm
Nb, 6 From Denver nnd East..l0:-50 a.m, . iMByy
No. 1 From Donvor and East.. 1,35 p. m, mmmv
No. 2 From Oitden and the West 3:05 p.m, J PRRjX
No. 101 From Park City 6:15 p.m, j WeSSt
No. B From Bingham, Hober, B w(3mm
Prcvo and Marysvale 6:00 p.n KjCg
No. 4 From Offden and tho West 7:55 p,mj KHra
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:6 p,mi lKS
All trains except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at in Kcd
termedlate points. mvEm
Ticket Office, Dooly Block. -f
'Phono Hk-j BEriTONJ.OAije1.P4 lH
A SIGN OF THE TIMES I
3TR71INS DRILY3 H
From Utah to
Xonsns City and Chicago.
Also direct lino to Galveston, El
aso, City of Mexico and the mining
camps of New Mexico and Arizona. H
Ask mo about reduced rates east. HIH
0. 7. WABEEM", iB
GoneTal Agent, No. 41 1 Dooly Blocbff HPfi
Salt Lake Cltv. Wmm
Now and elcsant in all Its appointments.
250 rooms, oinRle or en suite. El rooms with t ilHM? (
bath, G, 0. liolmcsi Proprloto, UV