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Ipl o The S-AJLtIjAKE TiiiBtnsnB; Tuesday MokntTG March 22, 1904. gg
I ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HILL )
1 THE HORN SILVER
M TO PAY DIVIDEND
M Sensational Disclosures in Its Tipper
m Workings Sold $126,000 Worth
'3 of Ore During the Year.
, The "Ghost" will make Its quarterly
f ' ; appearance among shareholders in the
! Horn Silver of, Frisco on. March 31st,
when a distribution of. 5 cents a share,
or 520,000, will bo made, this Increasing
J the total passed 'round by Its enduring
3 bonanzas to $5,3S2,G00, while their phys-
$ j leal condition at present justifies the
vj shareholder in looking forward to an-
other visit from tho paymaster ninety
days hence. Indeed, at no period in
many years has the wealth of the
mines, according to reports from camp,
compared with that exposed at present.
The condition on the south Is reminis
cent of patriarchal days yhen the Horn
Silver was. perhaps, the most sensa
tional performer In the State. For over
fifty feet on the 300-foot level a new
channel of ore has- been followed on Its
strike, the ore body disclosing a width
of a dozen feet or more, while tne face
of the level is entirely In rock of fine
commercial quality. This ore Is divided
between copper and lead, the former
shewing as much as 30 per cent In the
red metal, while the latter Is malntaln
an average around 40 per cent. On the
north ihc condition. Is characterized aa
very gratifying, although the average
value of the ore Is less.
I The annual reports of the company,
f that have just arrived from New York,
bv the directors, reveal receipts during
' 1003 amounting to $138,-177.73, of which
sum $126,361.17 was derived from the
1 ailcs of ores and concentrates. Segre-
j gated the earnings were as follows:
Sales of concentrates $ 32,Si7.39
Sal-58 of ore. copper 20.3&1.42
3 Sales of ore, first clnss C5.071.O1
I Sales of ore, lease 3.G39.91
il Sales of zinc, ore and tailings .... l.-JSo.Tl
I Total $120,361. 47
The net profits of the mercantile
1 company amounted to $7537.27, the re-
8 malnder coming from miscellaneous
j sources. During the same period the
I company paid a $20,000 dividend, and
I on December 31st closed" the annlver-
I sary with a cash balance of $26,164.67,
5 call loans of $20,000 and supplies of the
a value of $5100.45.
1 The metallic output of the mines dur-
Ing the year was as follows: Pounds
1 lead, 5,505.694; ounces silver, 06,027;
1 ounces gold, S35; pounds copper, 432,400.
I Commenting on the zinc ore, the
I management says: "The Zinc ore de
ll veloped in addition to the high-grade
J lead and copper ores has been flrst
ij class. We have entered Into contract
for the sale of 50,000 tons of zinc ore,
H which we anticipate will be carried
out." Concluding his exhibit for tho
I year, Manager Farnsworth says the
1 predictions made In his previous report
I have been verified, and that the stock
1 holders may safely, anticipate very fair
returns on their shares the present
I PASSING IF LA REINE
INTO NEW HANDS
Control of the La Reine of Tlntlc
was formally transferred to Jesso
Knight of Frovo yesterday, and under
his direction tho search for ores will
be resumed In a short time. To enable
him to do this and to turn a new leaf
in the log of the undertaking, an as
sessment of a cent a share, or $3000,
was levied during the afternoon, the
proceeds to be applied to the removal of
the indebtedness. Immediately the
destinies of the proposition were placed
in the hands of Mr. Knight a reorgan
ization of the board of directors took
place, In which lie was made president
and general manager, the remainder of
the household including Jacob Evans,
R. E. Allen, H. S. Joseph and David S.
Taggart, E, H. Mead to continue to
serve the company as Its secretary.
At a meeting of the new board the
matter of annexing neighboring prop
erties, Including those of the Beck Tun
nel company and Salvator, was Infor
mally discussed, but nothing looking to
It, said President Knight, will be sub
mitted until there Is a meeting of the
Da Relne shareholders. While he looks
favorably upon a merger of Interests,
he Is certainly not advocating It, and
if there Is an Initiative In that direction
It will Issue from other Interests, Mr.
Knight Is of the opinion that another
producer awaits development In La
Relne ground, however Indifferent re
sults may have been In the past, and to
demonstrate it Is prepared to remove.
I AT THE LITTLE BELL
AND KING CONSOLIDATED
George W. Keel, the experienced man
ager of the Little Bell and King Consoli
dated companies' Interests at Parle City,
was down from camp again during the
day In conference with tho members of
tho household. Whllo he was unable to
bring partleluars of a new ore body In Lit
tle Bell, he reports tho condition a most
encouraging one, with bunches and fis
sures of ore occurring In tho ledge on tho
700-foot level and with much to foretell
Important disclosures. At the King Con.
further sinking of the main shaft la
waiting cn tho Insinuation of the new
battery of boilers, whllo during the Inter
val tho tlmo la being profitably employed
in tho enlargement of the shaft. Man
ager Keel leaves for camp again today.
I Tonopah and Goldfield.
In lla weekly market letter tho house
of Kenneth Donncllan at Tonopah says:
Tho propliesIcB of Jim Butler, dating
'way back to the time of the leasers, that
big ledges would be encountered far dis
tant from the rich precincts of Mt. Oddle,
aro being fulfilled. During the past week
an enormous ledge of frcc-mllllng gold
ore, some eighty feet In width, was dis
covered on tho surface of tho United
Tonopah, whllo a crosscut at a depth of
IHC feet has disclosed a large ledgo giving
values In gold.
Our Goldileld office has Just telephoned
us that leasers on the Sandstorm claim
have struck it, obtaining assays as high
as $36 gold per ton.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers on Saturday last wcro rc
corded as follows on tho San Francisco
KH board: MacNarnara, EO0 at 21c: Montana-
Tonopah, 350 at $1.251.22; Paymaster,
MM 1CO0 at 11c, buyer ninety days; Midway,
00 at 39FSSc; Belmont, 200 at 5Sc; United
Tonopah, 400 at 16c.
DALY OF PARK CITY
DOES SOME SPRINTING
Tho week on the mjnlng exchange opened
on tho salo of 11.223 shares of stock, for
$13,170.25, and with the market again pro
voklngly unsettled. Daly of Park City was
ngaln tho fcaturo, a report from camp
which told of tho appcaranco of oro in
Mazeppa ground moving It up to $3 In less
time than is required to record It, although
It relaxed during tho afternoon's trading,
whllo tho Judgo was shorted at $1.15. Daly
West, with a story that Cincinnati was
preparing to hand it out In largo packages
and soma other reports that wore equally
detrimental to tho mnrket, receded to
J29.C0, while Grand Central camo out to a
bid of $1, and Con. Morcur to ono of 60
cents. Century did come business at 77',
cents, with Sacramonto changing hands
at 21 cents, whllo Totro. which threatens
to elbow Its way to a position in the divi
dend column about tho middle of April,,
found an active market up to 35V cents,
with Yankee Con. selling freely around
4GH; cents. Lower Mail moth, upon whose
territory moro extensive prospecting la to
bo done, was marked down to 33 cents
during tho afternoon, whllo Little Chief
sold at 2& cents, tho day closing on the
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. lAskal.ll Bid. Asked.
AJax $ .04 $ .03& $ $ .051
Alice 15 15
Bul.-Beck ... .75
Black Bess .. .01 01 .03
Butler-Lib .10 .11 .10 .10i
Carlsa 07 .03 .OGVi
Century 75 .S3 .76
Creolo 20 30
C. Mcrcur .. .53 ,C2 .58 .Gift
Daly 2.S5 3.25 2.50 2.S7&
Daly-Judgo . 4.10 4.076 4.30
Daly West .. 30.50 31.50 2S.G0 30.00
Dalton 00& 01
Emerald 00U 00
B. & B. B ... .50 .55 .50
G. Central .. 3.P3 4.00 3.90 4.00
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.00
Ingot 00U .01 .0011 .007A
Joe Bowers 004 .00 .00
Little Bell .. .85 1.50
Little Chief . .02 .t3Vi .02 .02'd
L. Mammoth .20 .35 .25 .33
La Rcino ... .02ft .05 03
Manhattan .. .00 3-1C ,
May Day .... . .06$, 07
Mar. Wash . .01 01 3-1C .01
MonL-Ton .. 1.20 1.40 1.22V 1.40
New York .. . .Wi .09 .10
Ontario 4.00 6.25 4.0) 5.00
Pctro 06 .14 .05 .14
Rich. -Ana. .. .01
Rocco-H .sr,.. .50 50
Sunshine ,. Ol 01
Swansea 33 2S
S. Swansea . .03 03
Sacramonto . .201 lOVi .21
Star. Con ... .15 .1 .15i .16ft
Sil. Shield 01 01
Tetro 32ft .WA .33 .35
U. S 20.75 21.00 22.00
Uncle Sam ,. .IS .20& .lSi .19?!
Utah 50 .60 .53 .53
Wabash .001 .01
Yankee Con . .47 ,4S -4CV ,4SV
Daly. 100 at $2.10; ICO at $2.50; 100 at $2.60;
100 at $2:C9; 100 at 12.75.
Grand Central, 100 at $4.
Lower Mammoth, 10D at 36c, buyer thir
ty days; 100 at 35c, buyer sixty days.
Sacramento. 1000 at 21c.
La Relne, 500 at 4c.
New York. 1000 ot 9c.
Tetro. 700 at 35c; 20) at 35Mc; 60) at SStfc,
Yankee Consolidated, 200 at 46c; 200 at
loc; 100 at 4614c; 100 at 47c.
Shares sold, 53C0.
Selling value, $2S39.50.
Daly, 100 at $2.95; 100 at $2.97: 10) at $3.
Daly West, 25 at $30.60; 75 at $30.50.
Tetro, 100 at Klc.
Yankee Consolidated, 200 at 47c.
Shares sold. 700.
Selling value, $1072.75.
Daly, 100 at $2.75. :
Daly-Judge, 100 at $4.15, seller ten days..
Lower Mammoth, 000 at 33c.
LltUe Chief. 1000 at 2H4c
Martha Washington, 2000 at 3-16c.
Wabash, 1100 at c
Shares sold. 4C00, .
Selling value, $S?3.25.
Century, 100 at 77V5sc; 100 at 70c, seller
Con. Mercur. 200 at 59c
Daly. GO at $2.75.
Daly West, 50 at $30; 53 at $29.75; 70 at
Shares sold, 623.
Selling value, $5420.75.
Boston Copper Market,
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., March 21. Tho coppor
share market Is Improving as far aB trad
ing Is concerned. Early prices were fairly
strong and Indications pointed toward a
higher market. Around the noon hour
trading slackened and following the weak
ness In the New York market prices ro
actcd somewhat. Daly West was tho fea
ture of the day, declining to $27,50 on a
small amount of sales. The selling In this
stock, which is considered good, contin
ues, with the demand somewhat limited.
The markot continued heavy until tho
Shares. High. Low. Close.
AmalgM .. ..6,201 $49,12 $47.75 $47.S7
Bingham .. .. COO 20.50 20.00 20.23
Mercur 150 .CO .... ....
Daly West .. 977 30.00 27.50 27.50
U. S 1,535 21.62 21.25 21.25
Utah 623 3-1.23 34.00 31.00
Curb Boston, $6.0056.12.
GOES INTO OREGON
Col. C. E. Woodrow, formerly of this
city, has bonded the Ada mlno at Grants
Pass, Or. The consideration of tho bond
Is not yet given out. The Ada Is located
on Foots creek, near Grants Pass, and
will be well developed by CoL Woodrow,
and later equippod with a mill and plant.
He will put a force of men to work at
onco, completing tho driving of a long
tunnel that was begun last summer and
which will tap tho main ore body at good
depth. Tho mlno Is opened by other tun
nels and shafts to a depth of 200 feet, Tho
ledgo Is from thrco to four feet In "width
ami carries good values In free gold and
aulphurota. From thirty tons recently
treated a retort of over $1500 was Bocured.
Col. Woodrow feels confident ho will make
a well-paying llttlo mlno of tho Ada.
THE NEW DISCLOSURES
Tho properties of tho PIoche-Ncvada
Con. at West Point, Nov., continue to
lmprovo with each shift, according to tho
Record of Plochc Durlngv tho week a
body of hlgh-grodo silver-lead oro was
encountered on one of tho adjoining
claims which was purchased lately by tho
company. Another vein of fine ore was
tapped in the main workings last Tues
day which will assay up In tho hundreds.
Tho new strike that was mado a fow
days ago on tho mine belonging to Henry
Welland, about two miles west of town,
near tho Old Timer mine, continues to
Improve with every day's work.
E. P. Gordon cam6 in from his mlno
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern.
DENVTJR Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOB ANGELES Tho Angelus. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Street
MINNEAPOLIS West HotcL
NEW TPRK Waldorf-A3torl a. Impe
rial. Antor Rouse.
OMAHA-'fho Millard. Tho Pnxtoa.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Plantore'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
near the Mendha Tuesday and brought
In some llne-Iooklng samples. Wo are In
formed that In the near future he will
ship a carload of first-class oro to Salt
SEES A BIG CAMP
IN SOUTHERN NEVADA
In a communication from Good Springs,
Nov., James Kcnnolly, for many years
Identified with Interests at Park City.
lcll3 of tho purchase of a group of copper-bearing
mines by tho American
Smelting and Refining company. Mr.
Kennclly probably has roference to the
Columbia group of prospects that wore
recently tied up by George Gunn whllo
ho was making a pllgrlmago through tho
country, and under whoso direction somo
work Ih now being done. Mr. Kennclly Is
qulto enthusiastic over tho country. In
which ho has acquired territory, and re
lies upon It to contribute most liberally to
tho revenues of the San Pedro when It
shall have been tapped by that road.
TAPPED THE LEDGE
IN CONTACT COPPER
A message from Sodavllle, Nov., during
tho day to W. R, Smith assures him that
his contention concerning tho ledge In
the Contact Copper company's group In
that region havo boon sustained and that
tho oro has been encountered In tho tun
nel with which ho started, In the faco of
dissenting opinions to lntercopt it. Sam
ples of tho ore aro now In tho mail pouch,
and until these arrive nothing will havo
been ascertained concerning values. Mr.
Smith, who Is prospecting the ground un
der an option, says ho expects good val
ues In gold, with tho usual percentages of
MAKES A CHANGE
"Blllle" Ball having sevorcd his con
nection with the Lower Mammoth, of
whoBO Tlntlc properties ho has been su
perintendent for soveral years, will be
succeeded In tho next fow hours by James
F. Hendrlckson, Jr., a graduato of Co
lumbia college, whose knowledge of min
ing and engineering has been ripened by
several years In the diggings. Mr. Dun
yon will assist In the campaign, and vigor
ous work In new territory will now be
prosecuted. Mr. Ball, It was said, goes
to Lehi to engage In business, a largo
circle of friends wishing him success.
THE NEVADA PARK'S
CALL FOR MONEYS
Tho Nevada Park Mining company, by
which tho old Silver Park group of mines
fifty miles north of Modcna, on the lino
of tho San Pedro, was recently acquired,
will Inaugurate work next month, and
to that end has called on the shareholders
for $5000, or a cent a share. The manage
ment, by which tho properties were ex
haustively sampled prior to tho purchase,
has no doubt of Its ability to begin the
active production of hlgh-grado ores, to
tho presence of which the exports testi
fied, and whllo tho haul to transportation
Is a long one, tho quality of the rock Is
such as to Justify It. Samuel A. King and
others will leave for the camp next week
to organize a forco and lnaugurato tho
San Francisco Mining1 Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 2L Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Andes $ .47,JustIco $ .03
Belcher 24 Occidental S7
B & B 2.40 Ophlr G.OD
Caledonia 1.20 Overman 25
Challenge 33 Potosl 27
Chollar 33 Savage CO
Conildonco .. .. 1.00 Sog Belcher ... .03
C C & Va 1.S0 Sierra Nov 05
Con Imperial .. .02 Sliver Hill 60
Crown Point .. .IS Union Con SI
G & C 14 Utah Con ...... ,20
H & N S7 Yellow Jacket.. .33
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ,12'OntarIo. 4.0)
Brecco 11 Llttlo Chief ....$ .00
Brunswick 01 Ophlr 4.50
Comatock 10 Phoenix .... ... ,03
C C & Va 1.75 Potosl 23
Horn Silver .... 1.25 Savago 57
Iron Sliver .... 1. CO Sierra Nev C2
Lcadvlllo Con . .CCfetandard 2.60
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ...$2.25 Mohawk ,.. ..$35,50
Alloucz 3.62 Mont C & C... 2.50
Amalgamated 47.87 Old Dom 9.50
Am Zinc 9.50 Osceola 56.50
Atlantic 7.50 Parrot 22.50
Bingham .. .. 19.87 Qulncy SO.OO
C & H....44&E"450.00 Shannon 7.50
Centennial ... 17.25 Tamarack .... 90.00
Cop Rango .. 41.60 Trinity 40.50
Daly West ... 27.50 U B Mining... 21.25
Dom Coal .... 59.50 U S Oil 9.50
Franklin 7.37V5Utah 33 X0
Grancy 2.75 Victoria 3.12
Isle Royalo .. 7.50 Winona 5.50
Massachus'ts 3.50 Wolvcrino .... 70.25
Ore and Bullion.
In tho oro and bullion market tho week
ononed on settlements amounting to $54,
Sw, McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
thoy follow: American bullion, $26,700;
gold, silver, lead and copper ores, $28,100.
In tho metal markot silver foil with
sickening violence to 56?i cents an ounce,
with lead stationary at $3.50 per hundrod
pounds and casting copper at H& cents a
Large, auperb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-dlstanco telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
But has no solicitors on the street.
'Phone us 75S for everything in office
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of tho big yellow pencil-
DALY OF PARK CITY
RECORDS A STRIKE
Rapid Advance in Vnluo of Shares
Manager Hood Leaves Hurried
ly for Camp.
Whatover its proportions the Daly of
Park City has recorded a new strike in
Its Mnzeppa ground nnd to measure It
up Manager Rood will deport for camp
this morning. Notice of the discovery
reached the local offices of the company
yesterday morning, but it was) without
particulars, and the management, while
not disposed to discount Its importance
or to disturb the shareholders in their
buoyancy, declined to speculate on It.
"Strikes" have been registered In tho
same territory during the past year,
said Mr. Rood, but they proved pro
voklngly ephemeral nnd he has no de
sire to set aside the lessons until con
ditions Justify It. The manager of a
neighboring property who came down
from camp during tho day says he was
Informed by one of the men employed
on the Daly that on the 130-foot level a
allowing of ore had been developed, but
that It was too early to discuss Its ex
tent or Its permnnencj'.
The addltldns to the Ontario's new
mill having been completed It was
scheduled to go Into commission again
last night, said Manager Rood, and the
adaptability of tho process having been
conclusively demonstrated he has no
doubt whatever of improved results
and Increased earnings the present sea
son. At present the campaign of pro
duction will be confined exclusively to
milling ores, of which there is a large
volume, the exploration of new terri
tory to be left to a later period.
FROM TINTIC'S SALVATOR
For two carloads of ore from the
Salvator of Tlntlc Uncle Jesse Knight,
the owner, has Just drawn down a check
for over $1900, with assurances from
Superintendent John Roundy that on
the tracks are two more of a quality
even better than this. Of the amount
of ore exposed Mr. Knight pleaded that
he had not been down to the mine to
personally ascertain, but It Is coming
forward In manner to render the asset
a very desirable one.
Of the Black Jack on the other side
of the zone, Manager Knight says that
If It does not respond to the needs of the
owners by April 1st work will bo sus
pended for a time at least, as the levy
has become an onerous one. On the
1300 and 1400-foot levels some ore Is
constantly occurring, but not In ship
ping quantity, although It runs quite
well up In value. Mr. Knight believes
tho Black Jack will ultimately make a
mine, and developments will, of course,
be resumed the present year.
EXTENSION OF THE OLD
Recently a fow samples from tho new
strlko mado at The Points, about live
miles ,west of Ploche, by tho Lincoln
County Consolidated Mining company,
were brought into this office. Tho sam
ples brought are mighty lino looking, and
from their appearance will go at least
400 or 500 ounces silver It is behoved
and we hnvo not thp slightest doubt of
It that this company ha3 succeeded In
catching tho continuation of tho Raymond-Ely
vein, the mlno that made a few
millionaires In days gone by, says tho
Western Mineral Nows of Modcna. This
mine wa3 formerly known as the Wol
land property, owned by Messrs. Welland
and Goddard of Ploche, but recently a
company was formed under tho above
named title Lincoln County Consolidated
Mining company and If they havo actu
ally found the old Raymond and Ely vein,
they havo resurrected Ploche to her old
tlmo prosperity, and a few more worthy
prospectors will no longer delve for hid
den treasures lying 'ncath tho hills of
A FORMER BROKER
WRITES FROM N0GALES
N. A. Page, for somo timo an actlvo
operator In tho pit of tho local mining ex
change, has addressed a letter to Secre
tary Shorten, In which was enclosed a
check for dues on his membership nnd re
questing a statement of his accounts with
his brethren of the board. Mr. Page Is. It
Is understood, engaged in business at No
gales, and, having achieved u success. Is
ready to look after accounts that were loft
open at the hour of his departure. Few
hero believed other than that ho would
bob up at somo period when his condition
justified, to do Just what his letter to the
secretary of the exchange contemplates,
Certainly aiany will rejoice to learn of his
recuperation and hope to see him back in
ZIon this season.
TO TRANSFER MINES
IN BEAVER COUNTY
A big mining deal, Involving tho Talis
man and Stalwart properties In Beaver
county, has Just been closed, and tho
final papers will bo signed at Chicago by
tho end of tills week. This deal has been
undor headway for several months and
becauso of tho promlncnco of tho capi
talists behind It the matter has attracted
attention. It Is reported that tho com
pany of Chicago and Utah monoyed men
who havo bought these properties Intend
to tako Immediate steps toward placing
tho ore on tho markot at the earliest pos
Clarence Ray, who has boon tho most
active promotor of tho deal, accompanied
by Matt Cullen of Salt Lake and P. B.
McKoon of Milford ,aro on their way to
Chicago to deliver tho proportlos. Jt Is
reported that among tho capitalists In
terested In the deal aro Montgomery
Ward, John A. Drake, T. P. Shecd and
W. A Allen, all prominent and wealthy.
Curtis L. Knight departed for tho dig-'
glngs with his tripod again last'ttlgTit.
President David Keith of tho Silver
King loft for camp yesterday morning.
Gcorgo Hancock leaves for tho East to
day to absent himself for .several weeks.
W. G. Scott, superintendent of tho Con-tlnontal-Altu,
departed for Its Alta mines
Tfio return of J. C. Thompson, the min
ing man and broker, after a trip around
tho world, is scheduled for today, ,ox
Scnator Evans to follow about May 1st.
Tho Mammoth of Tlntlc appeared on
tho market with two moro carloads of
ere during the day.
Assays on samples of quartz from tho
Vindicator group at Goldileld, Nev., show
Tho Sacramento of Mercur will poBt Its
regular $CO00 dlvldond tho lust ot tho
week for distribution on April 1st,
Superintendent Jnnney has returned to
tho Coppor company's big plant In Bing
ham canyon to speed tho delivery of con
centrates. Ocorgo Robertson, superintendent of tho
Tlntlo Mining and Development com
pany's Tlntlc Bystem, left for camp again
It was said on tho curbstono during tho
day that Totro would positively begin tho
distribution of dividends In April, tho flrst
to aggregato 55000.
M. F. Murray, manager of tho Gold De
velopment company's properties below
Gold mountain, has gone Into permanent
moorings at Richfield.
At the organisation of tho Daly-Judge's
newly-elected board of directors, John J.
Daly was mado president, with G. W.
Lambourno as secretary and treasurer.
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SAXT LAZE CITY, UTAH. I
DENVER, COLO., MARCH 21, 1004.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m. April
21, 1904, and then opened for constructing
frame post exchange building at Fort Du
Chesno, Utah, Including plumbing, steam
heating and gas piping. Information fur
nished on application to Q. M., Fort Du
Chcanc, or the underslgnod. U S. re
serves tho right to accept or rejept any
or nil bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids to be marked "Proposals
for post exchange at Fort Du Chesno."
and addressed Lt.-Col. J. W. POPE. C
Q. M. tlOOl
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vnlnnlilo to Intlle .MAUVKL.CO.TS S
1 I'nrU Iloiv, .Vow orlt. j!u;$Jr
For sale by F. C. Schramm, F. J.
Hill Drug Co. and Chas. Van Dyke.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South. Temple Sts.,
Salt Luke City.
JOSh.721 F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM 13, PRESTON. VIce-PrcsldcnL
CHARLES 3. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. AssL Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING- BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence InvU-1
J. E. Cosgrlff, Prcs E. W. Wilson. Cashlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Poabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus i ...$14,379,100
Undivided pronts )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal cltlc3 of the world.
Drafts, ) On all
Letters of Credit, f promlnont
Telegraphic Transfors. 1 cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
IL L. MILLER. Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1S41. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming
Office In Progress bldg , Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL, t UJjLiX J3JU,LW.W.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 1S59. Incorporate t?03.
Transact a Genoral Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JESEBET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITART.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, S25O,0OO
U S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashlor, Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
"U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX Prcsldont
JAMES A. MURRAY Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS , Cashlor
CAPITAL PAID IN. $300,000.
Banking In all Its branches transaotcd.
Exchange drawn on the principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jjcCobnice: & co.,
Bait Lako City, Utai.
At Barton's Stores ! I
Men's Fifteen-Dollar Suits j 9
What's the matter with the man who goes to a tailor and planks I
3 down 525 for the same kind of suit, same style, same lit, same material, U IH
I same everything. Hasn't he heard of our good Clothing? The newest j
fabrics, the latest cuts, the best of tailoring, a fit guaranteed and a H jH
j CORRECT FIT AT THAT j H
A Or no sale. We give you everything the exclusive tailor gives you EX- jH
jj CEPT HIS PRICE. Investigate our statements concerning our $15 K
I Suits. Its true our price humiliates our Suits somewhat. J
9 The popular clothiers 45-47 Main Street. jl jH
WHM MANHOOD RESTORED "CUPIDEME"
WSEBPvOM Thlt c real Vegetblt Vlwllrer, the precrlpUon ot n famon Froncb P'djv"'1 1
WgmZt Jm qalcltlr ourt you of all nerrou or dloaca of Iho generatlTe orusnt uoa a H
IF 5 f9 SoJ iBtomnl. Pln. In tho Back. Seminal EmU.Ion-. "J""1,.
ffifti Pltnplo. TJnatne Co marry, Exiamtlng Druln., Varlooeelo. "jnd Uonill- H
li.top. Mlloww bT aVr nlaht Prematurity. i.leb If not ca
wy jmm fo eponnawrrbtta and aUtb horroro of "mpousncy CXJPIDENE p leais too Ilrer,
fbokldnoyt. CTUPXDENE atrtnjrtheni and rtWftt. Tbe rojjon ipffnrnr ar not mitdW J""Si5
.becauio ninety per cenUaro twtiblftfwHb Pro.itJtl.. OTJPIDENK M tno only
o euro without an oporntlon. WTO tMUmonlnla. A written iraawe Blyoc i and raoney ."""J" "'5
Koxm do not eOcot a permanent cure. Sl.OOtibox; tlx for U (O by mall. Send for Veo oircaJr tna H
IcaUtoooiaU A"rtr. Tl 1 VOL St EUICINK CO.. Sao KraocUou. Cal. IB
aODBE-PTTTa DBTTQ CO.- Salt Lake City. TJt&h. Agoaxtfc
1 EVERYTHING YOU NEED J I
E For the season's work on the lawn and garden I
will be found in this store--rakes, hoes, spades, B
I lawn mowers, lawn weeders, garden hose, reels, m' 1
I nozzles, or anything else, a
I And they are all of the most substantial 1 IH
make; and all are moderately priced. j
I THE SALT LAKE I I
I 42- 44-46 WEST SECOND SOUTH S
...UR SUITS... M
"When old, are handsome, and look much better than many othe? jH
when new. '1
This label: HTRSH, WICK WIRE & CO. HAND-MADE, is i jfl
guarantee of best quality, exclusive patterns, mnstor workmanshi il
and perfect fit. H
OUR CHALLENGE There's nothing equal to it on the mark
in "Ready-to-Wear" Clothing. It is superior to many merchan
I tailored garments, and equal to tho best, at a saving of one-half ti 1
I Costs nothing to look or try on. 1
Yours Anxious to Please. 1
ROWE KELLY CO., I
ONE PEICE. 132 Main St. PLAIN FIGURES, j 1
1 MEN, WAKEJpP! I H
S fl Eave You Da?ffing' Patrasf
fl ff'y-Wii SflrlTtKT'-il Havo you lont the fire and 1 llH
1 SfeaiHMli6 atrenEh o youth T Havo you I il
9 K&LujRw " FJSsimmiS'im "come and go" pains In your back 1 IH
I IkpL TlBi and shoulders 7 Aro you gTowlng I j
1 ShOS xEfWEttSjfii If you have theso symptoms or I
N "SlWsKsRwJ nny othc" sign of breaking down 1 IH
j QS flf vdliynnd newf B''ct'Pi 5'U
I -bs partocfn
1 Vr pands the"6)! thC nervcV-
B nlshfs use. Tou "get" stronger eaoh dav,band Vn'a few "eekVvou0 are nw VJ
man. stronger and younger in the fire of youth. It is grand, this method
1 mine, and every man who has ever used It Is praising It. w OI m U
I Nervous Debility. ff fl
W Dr. McLaughlin, Hope, Idaho. Dec 13 iv B V'ifl
Dear Sir: Will say In reply to yours of thd 10th Inst., that I havi H i MB
I the Belt for thirty days today, and can notice a great Improvement I I V
H many things. I am not nearly so norvous, sleep' well, and havo no ir,J.- I 1 KM
ffl terrible dreams, and no dizzy spells In my head boforo retiring aa r f I lIMM
1 have. Tho Belt Is In good order and works Ilka a charm. I feel th i l2 I i IM
a flowing free, and think In another month I will be In good shfiDe lood 1 'iMMt
H Yours very truly, 2. J. MONAHAN. j
I Don't delay trying it Tour future happiness depends on your chookin. I
H this drain upon your vitality, so stop it now and you can bo surr nr i nsr i JmMM
and vigorous life, full of tho Joys of a healthy vigor. or a lonS I
i Don't drug. Drugs can't cure you, aa you know. If y0U have trlf T ' Hi
My Belt cures because It Increasos your nerve power and vitality 5fm I 'UMm
Dj trlclty renewa the youthful strength; that cures. If you will call r ni . c" I
you a free test of what I can do. If you can't call send for rnv h iilv I MM
1 illustrated book, telling about my method. I send It sealed boTaul.tlful 1 tmMM
1 W.000 cures. Write today. Send this ud. seaiea, xieo. I hava
I Dr. M. T. MCLAUGHLIN, Ml Sixteenth StreaL 1 H
I DENVER, COLOHADO. I j
Uto Big O for unnatural TTntrn Vmi a l j . TV B IHf!
fJri. 1 u i itjM Hchr5M,!nflainnjatloii xtavo lou Attended Y M MflM
JHfeV Oatnntcrd W Irritation! or ulcerations ' lur w 5 frc ( M MllvFh
gJr net to ttrliiore. of tauooni membrane. iYfl, Itu . UtsH Y S " m ! (m
fcHJ rrjr.au Couk.. Palnlou, oad not iitrtn. . j j MilW
KWlTHEEViHSCHEHICAlCO. cont or polwnous. IRia CInthl rtrt Glo 1 JrffiP
w4gikcinkati.obi soia b7 Drmn:iiu, I 01a v-'ioining sale? I mm
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MmyK br expr.9. prepaid, for 1 AI woti Wn7 NotP
BRKtM or 3 bottle 12.75. M f MWXi
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