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I; f News of " Mioe, - of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. J
Ij UTAH COPPER TO
f ; AMERICAN FURNACES j
', I Contract Is Signed Up for Enormous
Output The American's Cop-
" 1 per Plant,
j Tho management of tho American
Smelting and Refining company has
1 Just added another to Its array of stu
pendous contracts with the local pro
ducer, and when the management of
1 tho Utah Copper company begins, next
week, the active forwarding of Its cop
per, gold and silver-bearing output
from tho big concentrator in Bingham
canyon, It will be with the furnaces of
the former in Salt Lake valley as Its
I destination. To the agreement which
has been under active neogtlation ever
D since the decision of the American
I Smelting and Refining company to add
I a $1,000,000 copper smelter to Its equlp-
I J .ment In Utah the signatures of Charles
I 1 1L MncNcill. president of the Copper
I company; Charles L. Tutt, its vlce-
i president, and Spencer Penrose, its
I, treasurer, have been affixed. News of
If this reached the local management of
II the American yesterday morning, and
11 the now consignor is at liberty to begin
w deluging the furnaces of tho present
U million-dollar Murray plant at once.
The contract, which comprehends tho
entire output of the Copper company
for seven and one-half years 'and pro-
H vldcs for the delivery within that pe-
rlod of approximately 35,000,000 pounds
H of copper, without reference to the gold
H and silver associated with that metal,
H and of which every ton of rock con
I j tallied in the consignor's vast domain
I at Bingham is productive. It Is prob-
ably the most prodigious ever signed
I j up by the American Smelting and Re-
I finlnc company, and" exceeds any a
I Utah producer ever obligated himself
to discharge. With the volume of con
centrates pledged it under the agree
ment with the Utah Copper company,
the volume of concentrates pledged It
by the management of tho Newhouse
mines and smelters at Newhouse, Bea
ver county, this State, and those
pledged It by miscellaneous others,
without reference to unwritten pledges,
the American Smelting and Refining
company will in a very short time now
begin the breaking of ground In the val
ley for the new copper smelter, which
the builder has voluntarily pledged his
word shall be on Its completion the
stateliest in its far-reaching circuit.
In the language of Daniel Guggen
heim, the copper producers of the State
have Imposed it upon the company, and i
to respond to it an appropriation of
$750,000 has already been made.
Meanwhile the Utah Copper company
has In commission the first unit in its
huge concentrator, and will soon have
been reducing 700 tons of ore dally,
while bids for the stupendous concen
trator with ,whlch the Newhouse mines
are to be equipped are now in the
hands of the management, with con
tracts to be awarded at an early day.
I DALY WEST'S SHOWS
I A SUPERB RALLY
1 1 Bulletins from Boston during the
I day indicate that It was nono other
I ban tho artful Boston which Inaugu-
I ited the raid on Daly West, and to
I I which those who embraced Its offerings
I I around ?4.50 are Indebted for the mu-
I ' nificent profits that were piled up a
1 1 few hours later. The broker, it appears, -
I not only wanted cheap stock, but pas-
I ' time, however diabolical, and, accord-
I lng to messages from the East, Daly
I "West, which at $30 was paying the ln-
1 vestor 26 per cent, wa3 made the vie--
1 tim. The Investor who embraced the
V shares at $24.50, to which bottom it
m was reduced in the raid, is exulting
over an Increase of nearly 32 per cent
on his bargain, and, if he is not frlght-
ened by it, the scalp should yield him
$10 a share before the close of the sea-
H son. The deception, according to prec-
H edent, was "legitimate" in Boston? had
B it been perpetrated In the local pit, it
might have been characterized' as hlgli-
way robbery. While the adventure in
H Boston affords an example of timidity,
I withal, of which the West was hardly
H prepared to believe It capable, It has,
H at home, elicited confessions that in
H the Daly West's household are thosf
who believe the East has been and is
M now getting too much for its money. In
H view of this, it might not, perhaps, b
M a bad policy to trim the dividend and
build up the surplus. Not Infrequently
sj has the West been admonished, Indeed,
jj that distrust was excited by securities
t productive of more than 10 per cent,
and if Its standing is to be promoted
: by that theory, certainly the East will
not objeot to its observance by the pu
pils. ' Meanwhile the market for the shares
has rallied, as 'anticipated, and there is
; no reason to believe other than that
they will have recovered their former
place before the close of the week.
I' BOSTON & TIWTIC IN
, THE BOSTON MARKET
Replying to a query from Boston the
U. S. Investor, a Bostdn publication,
V pays of Boston & Tlntic, whose shares
have found a market In that neck of
9 ( the woods: "This company is incorpo-
flj j rated for $150,000, in shares of the par
9 I value of $10 each. All the stock has
been Issued. There is very little money
H in the treasury, but there are debts.
m The company owns four claims in the
& Tlntic mining district, two of which are
jR patented. About $35,000 has been spent
in development work, but there is said
i to be no considerable amount of ore.
. ' The mine has not been working for
't F.ome time. The last stock sold, so far
v as we have been able to learn, was at
f ' $1 per aharo, but as it jg not a board
I Well Again.
4j The many friends of John Blount will
II he pleased to learn that he has entirely
recovered from his attack of rheuma-
H; ' 9 tlsm Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured
hV n ll hlm tcr the bcst doctors In the town
H&' fl (Monon, Ind.) had failed to give relief.
HvJ The prompt relief from pain which this
H? $ liniment affords is alone worth many
Hf&l uu its cost. All druggists.
stock, there is no established market
for It, and we doubt If any thing like
that figure could bo obtained for it at
present. We should, therefore, advise
holding the stdek. The management Is
i considered good, and the prospects of
the property becoming a mine are said
to be good. However, one cannot be
very favorably impressed with a prop
eerty consisting of four claims upon
which $35,000 has been spent on develop
ment work with no considerable amount
of ore In sight."
The expenditure of $35,000 on develop
ment ought not be so much to its detri
ment when contrasted with sums that
have been expended before the produc
tion of ore was begun at a majority of
the big mines in this or any other country.
A STRONGER (MARKET
ON MINING EXCHANGE
Tho day on the mining exchango closed
with the sale of 10.S00 shares of stock,
for $11,56S.25, and with conditions moro
buoyant in that the scarecrow had been
unmasked and that Daly West was on
the road to Its former position. It was
not until $27.60 had been shaken under Its
nose that tho first lot was drawn out,
notwithstanding Its crippled condition tho
previous day, and from that point It con
tinued to advance until J2S.75 was reachod,
although tho last transfer was 25 cents
less. Con. Mcrcur, on the other hand,
had run up against another snag and sold
quite freely down to SS cents, with tho
shorts placing It at 57, whllo a bid of
HA5 was responded to with 200 Daly that
had a few hours before commanded .
Daly-Judgo was weak and camo out to
a bid of $4.12 spot, with another wad
started at $4.15, whllo Sacramento camo
out to a bid of 20 cents, with Lowor Mam
moth changing hands at 31. Meanwhile
Grand Central had been marked up to
$3 and Century to S3 cents, while Tetro
changed hand3 at 3G1., with New York
flattened out to SV& and May Day to 5
cents. Llttlo Chief was again In good
demand at 2VS cents, and Silver Shield at
4 cents, tho day closing on tho following
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Askcd.
AJax $ .07 $ .10U S .OS $ .10VA
Alice 10 15
Bull -Beck 1.75 .75 2.00
Black Bess . .01 .03
Butler-Lib ..; .10 .10& .10U .10
Carlsa 07 OS
Century .... .77 77 .55
Con. Morcur. .55 .C3 .ES .69
Daly 2.35 2.57 2.20 2.C0
Daly-Judgo . 4.00 4.25 4.03
Daly West . 27.00 2S.O0 2S.25 23.00
Dal ton 01 001
Emerald ... .01 01
E & B, B 60 60
Grand Cent.. 4.00 3.00 COO
Horn Silver . 1.00
Ingot ; .00 .00?i .00 .01
Joo Bower3.. .00 ,W)i .0014 .00
Little Bell .. .So
Little Chief . .02U .01 .02 .03
L, Mammoth 33 .31
La Relno 02 .01 .02 .01&
Mammoth 1.15 1.1G
Manhattan .. .00 3.1C .OOH: .00 3-10 .00i
May Day .... ,05 .ul .03 .05
Mar. Wash A .01 3-1C .01 .01 .01
Montana-T .. 1.25 1.25
New York .. .OS .CO .0Si .03
Ontario 5.25 5.25
Rlch.-Ana . . ,01 .01 .01 .014
Rocco-II 60 CO
Sunshine v .01 04
S. Swansea . .03 .15 .03
Sacramento . .20 .21 .19 .21
Silver King G4.00 C4.C0
Star Cons ... .11 .15 .15 .15VI
Silver Shield. .03 .01 .03 .01
Tetro I .37 .3554 ,36?i
Unlt'd States 21.00 J 21.12
Uncle Sam .. ,19 .20 .19 ,19
Utah 50 ,C0 .50 .00
Victor 02 .05 .02
Wabash 03 .OS .04
Yankee Con. .44 .47 .43 .47
Daly-Judge. 100 at $1.15, seHr five days.
May Day, 1000 at 5?ic, buyer sixty dava.
Silver Shlold, 1000 at 3c; 10CO at 4c.
Tetro. 3600 at 3Gc ,
Shares sold, 4CO0, 1
Selling value. $1095.
Consolidated Mcrcur, 100 at G9c
Daly, 200 at $2.45.
Daly-Judge. CO at $J.12.
Daly West, 60 at $27.50; 10 at $27.75.
May Day. 1000 at 6c.
New York, 200 at Sc.
Sacramento, 1000 at li0c.
Shares sold, 25C0. ,
Selling value, $2474.75. r
Con. Mcrcur, 400 at 59c; 100 at 57c, seller
Lower Mammoth. 100 at 31c
Bu tier-Liberal. 500 at 10c.
Shares sold, 1300.
Selling value, J37C.D0.
Con. Mercur. COO at 69c; COO at 57c, seller
sixty days; 100 at 5Sc,
Daly West. 25 at $28.75; 215 at $2S,50.
Llttlo Chief, 1000 at 2Vic.
Shares sold, 2540.
Selling value, $7C22.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23. Tho of
ficial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wcro as follows:
Alta $ .07 H & N $ .SS
Andes 47 Justice 04
Belcher 27 Mexican 1.93
B & B 2.35 Occidental Con .S7
Bullion .... .... .OS Ophlr G.OO
Caledonia .. 1.20 Overman 27
Chal Con 32 Potosl 2C
Chollar 21 Savage ot
Confidence .. . 1.00 Sierra Nov .... .03
C C & Va 1.S0 Sllv,cr Hill 59
Con Imperial .. .02 Union Con S3
Crown Point .. .10 Utah Con 20
Exchequer ... .15 Yellow Jacket. .6
G &, C 43
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .10 Little Chief ...$ .05
Alice IS Ontario 4.00
Breece 13 Ophlr j.75
Brunswick C . .03 Phoenix 05
Comstock T .. .09 Potosl z
C C & Va 1.50 Savage CO
Horn Silver .. 1.20 Sierra Nov .... .00
Iron Silver .... 2.15 Small Hopes .. .15
Leadvllle Con . .02 Standard 2.05
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
Adventuro ..5 2.23 Mohawk . ..$37.50
Allouoz 3.S7 Mont C & C. 2.60
Amalg'd .. . 4S.37 Old Dom'n . 9,50
Amer Zinc .. 9.f0 Osceola .. .. 5S.E0
Atlantic .. 7.60 Parrot 24 50
Bingham . .. 19.75 Qulncy .. .. SO.OO
Cal &. Hecla 454.00 Shannon . .. 7.S7A
Centennial .. 17.75 Tamarack .. 97,00'"
Cop Rango . 42.02 Trinity .. .. 4.60?,.
Daly West . 27.75 U S MIn'g .. 21.37&?
Dom'n Coal . C0.00 U S Oil 9.60"
Franklin . ., 7.60 Utah 33.75
Grancy 7.75 Victoria . .. 3.37
lele Royalo . 7.00 Winona . .. 6.00
Mass MIn'g . 3.75 Wolverlno .. 70.S7
Michigan . . 4,50
Boston Copper Market,
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass,, March 23. While tho
copper market has apparently taken no
part In following tho pace set by tho New
York market, tho undertone has been
growing in otronKlh a.ll the while until
this afternoon, when a burst of activity
developed and advances wero sharply re
corded in many Issues. Traders becarno
active in advancing prices, und whllo
commission houses wero not actlvo buy
ers they had but few stocks for aalo. Tho
feeling Is considerably Improved on these
shares tonight, and any encouragomont
from tho leaders will bring about a much
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern.
DENVPIR Brown Tataco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Anelua, B. F.
Gardnor. 305 Sprlns Streot.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial. Astor Houbo.
OMAHA Tho Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Planters' , Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
better market. Tho closing tonight was
actlvo and strong.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated .4,700 40.tT $1S.12 $4S,37
Bingham 115 20.00
Daly West 1.405 23.50 K.00 2S.50
U S L4I0 2l.C2 21.37 21.60
Utah 1,311 34.25 54.00 34.00
Curb Boston, $6.00fii3.S7.
GETTING READY TO
WORK THE VICTORIA
While It has not been actually demon
strated that tho main ledge traversing
Grand Central territory continues
through the possessions of the Vic
toria company at Tlntic the manage
ment of the former is moving rapid
ly in that dldrectlon, and all doubts
will hove bc-en dissipated In a short
timo. Meanwhile the outstandipg lots
of Victoria stock are being rapidly
drawn Into the pool, the market pay
ing as much as SO cents for it yester
day, and while a day for tho resump
tion of work has not been designated,
an impression prevails that It soon will
be. It would' not be a bad arrangement
were the company to determine the
merits of its ground through avenues
lending from the Grand Central. Cer
tainly the latter should entertain a good
deal of esteem for its neighbor.
SEEKING A MARKET
FOR SUNBEAM'S ORES
Samuel Ware, who has been operating
the Sunbeam of Tlntic under lease since
the Swansea was withdrawn from
tho producers of that district pend
ing a better price for its output, is
dickering with the valley smelters for
a contract that will enable him to mar
ket a sillclous ore containing some
copper and of which, It is said, he has
considerable now exposed at this time.
Meanwhile he is doing considerable
prospecting, and as the property has
been thrice rejuvenated It Is not unlike
ly that It will again be added to the
producers of a most desirable class of
SMELTER STOCK FOR
U. S. LEAD FURNACES
The contract for steel with which to
erect the main stack at tho United
States Smelting company's lead smelt
ing annex was yesterday awarded,
the material to be delivered at the
site out of Bingham Junction as rapid
ly as it is possible to forward It.
The stack will rise to a height of nearly
270 feet above the earth, and will tower
above any now in the valley that the
least possible offense against the lungs
and olfactories of tho neighboring
farmer may be overcome.
DOWN AT TETRO
From tho Tetro of Tlntic, which, It Is
said, has piled up something like J30.000
'in its treasury, comes assurancos that con
ditions under ground havo steadily im
proved as work has advanced to the
southwest and that in the breast of the
drift at this tlmo Is exposed no less than
nine feet of oro of good quality. This
channel, it is said, lias been followed for
ovor ICO feet along tho strlko of the north
and south break, which waa encountered
whllo forging cast from tho main winze,
and everything ai this time indicates con
tinuity. The management feels that, with
out disregarding any rule of discretion,
it Is Justlcd in passing around a 2 cent
dividend, or $5000, and with thoso figures
the April dlstributlnon will very likely bo
made. By some It Is contended that tho
systems developing on tho north and
south break 13 Independent entirely of
that on Godlva mountain and that It will
havo been verified In short tlmo by work
, from another point.
MR. BURNS, OF VICTOR,
STRIKES AN ATTITUDE
VICTOR, Colo., March 23. James F.
Burns,, president of tho Portland Mining
company and largely interested In tho
Midget mine, from which tho miners wero
called oat last Saturday, has made tho fol
"You (can stato positively for mo that
the Midget will remain closed for the pres
ent, but when it Is worked it will be on
tho 'open shop' plan. Wo will employ
whatever miners wo wish and we will
ship to whatever mills and samplers wo
Mr Burns has continued to operate the
Portland mine sinco tho minors' strlko,
having agreed to tho terms of tho union.
. Overcome tho Waters.
The New York Bonana Is again In
full operation. The 150-gallon capacity
.pump which began drawing the water
, off Tuesday, worked like a charm and
soon tho lower levels were drained, says
tho Miner of Park City. About five feet
of water had accumulated ut the station
on the 400-foot levl. The property was
looking splendid Just prior to tho flooding
of tho mlno and somo of the stockholders
arc predicting Important developments In
the property within the next few days, a
prediction which they claim Is based on
actual appearances In the mine.
Oro and Bullion.
In tho oro and bullion market tho day's
settlements amounted to $77,300, McCor
nlck & Co. reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, $45,400; gold bullion, $11,
700; gold, silver, lead und copper ores, $20,
200. In tho metal market silver was reduced
to 65TJi cents an ounce ns preparations
were being made to exact another pound
of flesh from tho producer, while lead was
stationary at ?3.50 por hundred pounds
and casting copper at 11 cents a pound.
UNDER ONE FLAG
Baymond nud Illinois Consolidate
Interests and Will Get Down
to Active Work.
The consolidation of Raymond and
Illinois Interests at Tlntic was ratified
na projected by the shareholders of tho
respective companies nt meetings dur
ing the afternoon, the only opposition
to it emanating from a minority of the
Illinois shareholders, representing 110,
800 out of 500,000 shares- at which tho
company Is capitalized. Immediately
results were made known and amal
gamation was agreed to, articles for
the amalgamated company, which pro
vide for 400,000 shares of the par value
of $100,000 were ordered, and with these
in hand the' organization will bo per
fected. Consolidated the interests place
the new company in possession of one
of Tlntlc's. most valuable areas, for
while the main ore-bearing channels
havo not been tapped, expert mining
men, by whom tho territory has beon
investigated, all agree that a producer
awaits tho development, for which the
now company is prepared. On tho Illi
nois group a shaft has been dropped
down to a depth of 600 feet, with some
drifting off it, while Raymond ground
has been fathomed to a depth of 1600
feet, with five levels extended from it.
Tho policy of the united Interests, said
a prominent shareholder last night. Is
to drift in each direction on the 1500
foot level, and not one but believes pro
duction will follow in a short time. For
the election of officers and directors the
shareholders of tho consolidated com
pany will meet the present week, the
Illinois shareholders in the allotment
under the new company receiving 150,
000 shares and those of tho Raymond
Manager John C. Sullivan of the Ray
mond says a few hours will enable the
management of the new company to in
augurate active work. '
FOR THE ADLAIDE MILL
Notice has just reached the local of
fices of the Glasgow and Western Ex
ploration company that two Blake
Marscher electrical ore separators for
use at the company's Adclaido mill out
of Golconda, New, are on tho road to
camp, while at the plant a force is now
waiting to Install and rush them Into
commission. The machines promise to
greatly simplify the methods of reduc
tion now in use at the Adelaldo plant,
said Manager Stalmann, who has been
experimenting with them, and ho ex
pects to be able to record Improved re
sults in a short time. Meanwhile tho
smelter at Golconda Is being prepared
for an early start the present season,
while the oro bodies are steadily increasing.
ORES AND BREAD-MONEY
BOTH ON THE ROAD
The Utah of Fish Springs in the Deep
Creek country will come forward with
another $1000 distribution tomorrow,
while following it Is a consignment of
forty tons of high-grado oro that will
more than fill the hole that is made In
the surplus, A letter from the mlno
during the day Indicates a steady out
put of ore all the while, and with It
coming In forty-ton consignments a
more liberal distribution may be relied
on In short, time. However, the divi
dends with tomorrow's distribution will
have reached to $20C,000.
ONE UTAH BOY'S
LUCK AT G0LDFIELD
News reached town yesterday that a big
strlko had been made by Messrs. Patrick,
Kendall, Riley and Jones In the new shaft
they had begun sinking on tho January
claim, says tho Miner of Tonopah, Nev.
Tho new work Is about thirty feet south
west from the old shaft, and tho ground
bad hardly been turned over when a largo
body of ore, sampling as high as $23(.0,
was exposed to view. Tho walls at the
last accounts had not beeomo defined, so
the width of tho ledge has not been de
termined. Zcb Kendall, ono of the lucky lessees,
went to tho camp from Sprlngvllle, Utah.
R. H. Channlng, manager of tho Utah
Con left for its Bingham properties yes
Two carloads of oro from the Contlnen-tal-Alta
wcro delivered at American fur
naces during the day.
The delinquent sale of New Red Wing
of Bingham to satisfy a cent assessment
is scheduled for tomorrow.
Gcorgo II. Dern, managor of tho Con
Mcrcur, reportB the mill now giving very
satisfactory account of Itself.
Superintendent Andrew Mayberry of the
United States company's Bingham proper
ties was In town during the day.
W. Zleglcr, superintendent of the OUeo
Copper company's mines and mill at Bing
ham, was In from camp again yesterday.
Tho management of the Columbus Con
(of Alta, added the proceeds of two moro
carloads of ore to Its treasury during the
day, and with good roads to tho smelter,
promises to assert itself as nover before.
WIUIs McCornlck, accompanied by Wil
liam Carton, who abandoned tho mariu
facture of biscuit to undortako tho de
velopment of bonanzas, has left Paris
on his way into Mexico, where ho will
A FEW DAYS '
Will tell whether or not It's g
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I POSTUM f
oxnmlno a proposition which has been
commended to him.
Tho Bonanza Can ban called for an
assessment of half a cent with which to
continue the develop ment of Interests at
C. T. MIxor left for Idaho lost night In
the Interest of a formidable Suit Lako
crowd which has its eyo on properties
in that Stato.
The management of the Yampa smelter
was on the market yesterday with an
other consignment of copper, gold and
diver bearing matte.
Byron Hartwcll of the St. Louls-On.
tarlo and other Park City properties was
"talking It over" with Salt Lake asso
ciates during tho day.
Manager C. E. Loose of tho Grond Cen
tral was among tho day's visitors from
the South. He la wearing his latest
achievements under ground qulto mod
estly. Messrs. Clarcnco IC. McCornlck and D.
II. Pccry, who havo been visiting tho
Gold Roads mines and mill out of King
man, Ariz., left Los Angeles for homo
The weather at Bingham during the
day, whllo not favorable to tho time-card
on tho Copper Belt railway, had not ln
tcricrod with tho delivery of oro when
heard from lato In the afternoon.
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THE KENY0N. (
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo-
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Pembroke Sells It.
But has no solicitors on the street. 1
'Phone us 758 for everything In office
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of the big yellow pencil.
Eat Royal bread. It Is pur and
wholesome. Sold evorywhoro.
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That's our Utah Independent Tele
phone number. WILL L. PRICE,
MIXES AND KNEADS THE BREAD
IN 3 MINUTES.
Without Touching the Hands to the
YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT
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1G8 MAIN STREEET.
H. B. WINDSOR,
Thono 244. 62 West Second South.
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B 9 of llfo should take Juven Pills.
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been offered. Sont by mall hi plain pockaco
only on receipt of this adv. and SL
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toT Two for 25 Cento kf
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, ESTABLISHED 1873.
OHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. 0. Box 682. Salt Lako City.
I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Offlco of tho Board of Public Works,
1 Salt Lake City. March 9, 1501.
Scaled proposals will be received at thin
office until 3 o'clock p. m. Wedncoday,
April Cth, 1001, for the work of construct
ing nil plpo sewers that may be ordered by
the City Council from March 1st to Octo-
I her 31at. 150-1. Tho approximate quantities
of plpo to be furnished and laid, Including
I excavation, manholcB, flush tanks, etc.,
are as follows:
8-Inch 15,000 linear feet
KMnch S00 linear feet
12-lnch , SCO linear feet
Instructions to bidders, together with
specifications and forms for contract and
bond, can be obtained upon application at
the office of tho Board of Public Works or
Tho right Is reserved to reject any and
By ordor of tho Board of Public Works.
E. A. WALL, Chairman.
Louis C. Kelsey, City Englncon
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ofllco of tho Board of Publlo Works,
Salt Lako City, March 9, 1901.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
offlco until 3 o'clock p. m. Wednesday,
April 6, 1904. for the work of constructing
all watcrmalns that may be ordorcd by
tho City Council from March 1st to Octo
ber 31, 1901.
Tho approximate quantities of plpo to bo
furnished, Including excavating, special
castings, hydrants, valves, etc., aro as
6-Inch 12.000 linear feet
S-lnch 3,000 linear feet
10-lnch SCO linear feet
Instructions to bidders, together with
specillcatlons and forms of contract and
bond, can be obtained upon application nt
tho offlco of the Board of Public Works
or City Engineer.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. J
By. order of tho Board of Public Works.
E. A. WALL. Chairman.
LOUIS C. KELSEY. City Englne-cr. t&S7
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Adella Sloan,
plaintiff, vs. William A. Sloan, defendant.
Tho State of Utah to tho said defendants
Tou nro hereby bummoned to appear
within twenty days after tho servlco of
this summons upon you, If served within
the coutty In which this action Im brought,
otherwise within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend tho abovo-entltled action;
and in case of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will bo rendered against you. accora
ing to tho demand of the complaint, of
which a copy is herewith served upon you.
A. V. TAYLOR.
P O. Address 315 Dooly Blk.. Salt Lako
City, rtah. slSOJ
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M 'H Block planes 30o Chopping bowls,
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fcTj 7 to 35o Wash boards. . .17 to 35o Fj
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Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
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J 73 W. 3rd South, Salt Lako City. jH
IN THE DIS1 "ICT COURtf OF THE IH
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Martha Dum- jH
mer. plalntliT, va. Alexander Dummor, de- -Wmm
The Stato of Utah to the said defendant:
You aro horeby summoned to appear Jm9M
within twenty days after tho servlco of IH
this summons upon you, If served within H
the county In which this action Is brought, y LL
otherwise within thirty days after servlco. B
and defend the above-entitled action: and H
in case of your failure so to do, judgmont jl
will bo rendered against you, according H
to tho demand of the complaint, a copy
of which Is on (lie In the clerk's office for mm
you. J. M. THOMAS.
Plaintiff's Attorney. v
MARTHA DUMMER, k
P. O. Address 11 and 12 Eagle block. Salt Yl. mwmwm
Lake City, Utah. slSIO
The State Bank of Utah '
Corner Main and South Temple Sw3.f "ttH
Salt Lake City. j jH
JOSEPH P. SMITH. President, I
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President. I mfM
CHARLES S. BURTON, Cashier. I
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier. J IH
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invited.
J. E. Cos griff. Pres. E W. Wilson. Cnahloi umm
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
NATIONAL BANK ,
J". J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vlcc-Presiden'
A. H. Peabody, Ass't Caahlea
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK I
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Established 1S32. mw9
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank in Utah, mmW
Capital -777777777777... i mmvl
Surplus... J-...514.3TO.0M MM
Undivided profits , J HRfl
Transacts a goneral banking business, Rl
domeatlo and foreign. Wum
Direct connections with banks In all wmwM
principal cities of the world. Ejl
Drafts, S3UES. On all 11
Letters of Credit, J. prominent AtM
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Deposits received subject to check. iH
H. L. MILLER, Gashler. mUm
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashier. jH
ESTABLISHED 1&4L 150 OFFICE" MmW
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. '
J7 G. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency. fl
GEORGE RUST, General Manager. mt
Utah, Idaho and Wyomlnsr IH
Offlco In Progress bldg,, Salt Lake City,' IH
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, J2CO.CO0 0O.
WALKER BROTHERS, B
SALT LAKH CITY, UTAH Mw'm
Established 1S59, Incornoratort ifv MWM
Transact a General BaSgBi MM
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR rbct.'
QESERET NATIONAL BANK, Ifl
UNITED STATES DEPOSITART VmrnW
Salt Lako City, Utah! kW
Capital, 8500,000 Surplus, S25O,0O0 H
L' B- Pr'nt. TCIIBR,
Safe dopoxes for re"nf3t' Caabla
NATIONAL BANK OP fl
THE REPUBLIC H
U. S DEPOSITARY MmW
FRANK KNOX . mfrnM
JAMES A. MURRAY v, -President IkwmW
W. P. ADAMS.... Vice-Prcaldonl WWi
CAPITAL PAIDIN"'isftv?a3h,M HI
of Europe. oa 010 Principal cltla WS&
twtccoiinicb: & co., mm
Salt Lako City, Utah, MM
ESTABLliSi 1873, IH