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Monday Moaimre-t jMvjrch2S. 1904.
: Mine, Prospect, Furnace and Mill.
I TEN DOLLARS A SHARE
Pretty Distribution by the
Gemini of Tintic.
REACHES $1,000,000 MARK1
1 Generous Output of Bread
Moneys In March.
Sensational Disclosure Reported at
tho - Scottish Chief Millman on
Ely's Copper Resources.
Willi nolai-Icfs tread Paymaster Pack
ard lias been among: the shareholders of
1 ihe Gemini of Untlii again, ins latest dis-
J irlbutlon. which was tucked away by
them on Saturday, J10 a share, or JS0.000.
I ith the distribution of this sum the
total of which the few, to whom the
1 ; hares arc confined, have partaken)
roaches an even $1,000,000, and yet Us
1 djjes, at a depth of J050 feet, appear to
be as jrenemlly endowed as thoso from
Mhlclt the great volumo of wealth has
I lirt-ii niliifd. While passim; this sum
s ivounil for Kaalcr bonnets and etceteras
1 incidental to the so;uon, it Is said that
i ho ghota also added a bite or two to
I I ho surplus, April approaching with an
1 mount in the treasury that will enable
I Uie management to complete Its addltlou-
boller equipment and to begin the.
i fathoming of chambers at greater depth.
I iVrliaps no property at Tintic affords a
1 nore striking example of the endurnnco
if Its diggings, nor of tho extent of tholr
wealth at depth, without reference to
riches that have boon opened up on the
-Tike, and the campaign of development
which haa been outlined by Manager
l-ldward W. Packard and Superintendent
Jackson ( aicChrystal for the season
r-JIpseu all otliers in interest. T'nder It
(ho shaft will be sent down at least 100
Ift deeper, or to tho 1700-foot level, be
fore tho year Is much further aged, and
that tho ores, which are richer as an
.norage than any now coming out of that
camp, continue to that depth has already
I con practically demonstrated.
It TOTAL DIVIDENDS
FOR THE MONTH
' With tho passing around of the Horn
! Silver's .dividend of $20,000 the present
vcok. Ihe March distributions from tho
Iuiggmgs ol uuui will havo closed on a
I otnl of $533,500 the highest mark that
j has been reached in a good many inoons,
with a larger number participating. Tho
Silver King of Park City, as it has for
cars, led tho array, and to cacli of its
lloek dealt out W, 2-3 cents a share, while
, Daly West, of tho samo enduring camp,
followed eloso up with C5 cents, with
Annie Laurlo of Gpld mountain reporting
it the door with r,0 cents. Gemini of Tin
tic wil,s present with ono of its periodicals,
'. amounting to flO a share, while Grand
Central served its adherents each with
Mi cents a share, with Horn Silver of
Vrlsco coming forward with C cents. Cen
tury of Park valley, Sacramento of Mcr
rur and Utah of Deep Creek, while com
ing forward with tho smaller prizes, were
none the less welcome, the sums checked
out appearing as they follow:
Annie Laurie ; .5 1 sri)
i:fnt"ry i ooo
Daly West . ; n7f0W
Grand Central v. 25 COO
Horn Silver ; 20 050
Silver King loo.OOO
1 tan , 1,000
April promises an cxlrtWt even moro
gratifying, and to tho Ils&Vltl probably
be ndded Totro. with anotfcfr- visit per
l.aps, from Yankee Con., K-afa of Tintic.
nd while Mammoth has been mentioned
.is a possibility since Us reappearance In
ihe open market with a good quality of
ore. reference to itx last annual state
ment cannot but admonish tho talent that
there Is an overdraft to be discharged
bofore bread-money Is to be considered.
However, there are several others that
h.ivo been piling up earnings and that
will, no doubt, make their appearance be
fore the close of the season.
II OLD ELY, NEVADA, AS
j A CAMP OF COPPER
Efficiently equipped, there Is no doubt
that the mines at Ely, just over the line
In Nevada, will have been added to tho
most productive of Western copper pro
ducers, said J. B. Flemming, the mechani
cal engineer, who has been giving them
lis attention for a week or more. Mr
Flemming, whose skill is reflected In a
number of the largest plants In -the coun
h!i?. llc.0ted 1 position with the
hito Pine Copper Mining company, and
naving satisfied, himself as to Its re
sources, is now on his way to California
where he will procure the machinery for
.111 experimental mill with which to deter
mine the method best adapted to the con
centration of tho Copper sulphides of the
amp. This determined, the construction
if an adult plant will follow, and with an
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THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coates,
LOS ANGELES Tho Anfft;lu3. B. F.
Gardner. 3r. Spring Street.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impo
rlnl. Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portlnnd noteL
BT. LOUIS Plan toro'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Ralolgh.
early start ho hopes to consummate the
undertaking before tho closo of the year.
At once It is demonstrated that concen
tration is the thing, it is tho company's
intention, said Mr. Flemming, to install
ono furnace or more and to reduco tho
product to blister. Just ns likely a propo
sition, said the visitor, is that presented
at tho New York & Nevada companv's
properties. The latter has also begun
Its equipment, and with two of the camp's
copper producers sending out their metals
this season its growth should be rapid
and permanent. Certainly few of Ne
vada's camps havo been more liberally
supported, and while knowing ones havq
shuddered as they saw a martyred presi
dent's grave converted Into a bargain
counter, not an entire camp is to be
made responsible for It.
THE MAMMOTH MILL
LIKELY TO START UP
There Is a strong probability that tho
Mammoth r-IIl will be nut into condition
for work within tho nent few days. Tt lo
stated on good inthoiity that Mr. Mcln
tyre will not longer -iwait a favorablo
contract with the smelters for his low
grade product, which ho Is anxious to con
vert into money, and that unions It is
forthcoming this week oiders will be Is
sued to put Die plant into condition for
operation, says a Tintic iiublieation. As
It has beii keot In good nrde.. this work
will take but a shorl time, under favor
ablo weather conditions. Ono reason
that thero will bo 110 further procrastina
tion is said to bo that the San Pedro offi
cials havo told Mr. McJntyro that they
cannot afford to keep a train crew for
the "high line" to tho mine for tho limited
toimago ho Is now sending down from tho
mine, and unless he Increases his ship
ments materially the crew will bo taken
off, In wldch ovent teams would havo to
bo employed, costing 20 cents per ton moro
for down freight and Ao cents more for
up freight (timbers and coal). As thero
is quito a dlffercnco between Mr Mcln
tyre and tho smelters, It is more than
probablo that ho will run the oro through
tho mill. The bins at tho mill contain
about -1000 tons, and thero Is any quantity
of tho samo grade in tho mine.
Tho flrst consignment from the May
Day jigs since their rather premature re
sumption was sont out this week. It con
sisted of thirty tons, returns from which
have not yet been made nubile. The bad
weather has Interfered badly with a good
Tecord in tho operations of the jigs, as
everything was put up for summer work,
hastily and without cover other than that
afforded by a shed.
IMPROVEMENTS IN USE
OF CYANIDE PROCESS
Discussing tho cyanklo process, cm
ployed so extensively In Utah for many
years, tho Mining and Sok-nliflc Press of
San Francisco says: "Still tho process
goes on and is improved from time to
time, though these betterments arc mosL
ly of a mechanical kind. The present
practice, as compared with that of the
early years of cyanlding. causes ono to
wonder that wo could havo been so stupid
but tho cyanide process Is not unlike other
processes of tho past and newer processes
to come. Each successful process in oro
treatment Is tho result of increasing
know-lodge due to scientific and intelligent
application of tho result to tho operation
or the plant on a commercial scale. All
of theso variations In tho operation of tho
process merely represent the wldelv vary
ing condition found in the ores treated as
well as the Individual experience of tho
Operators, and also, possibly, some preju
dice, Tho principal difficulty In the pro
cess is that of precipitation. If the gold
In a solution does not precipitate readily
tho cyanldo operator finds more difficul
ties to overcomo than aro found in all of
the baJanco of the process. XInc In va
rious forms, charcoal and electricity each
are used In tho process at various places
but tho cyanide expert is still In search
of a better method."
REPORTED STRIKE AT
THE SCOTTISH CHIEF
From Park City during the day camo
assurances that the main incline on tho
property of tho Scottish Chief company
out of that camp had dropped into a mass
of ore, with galena and carbonate of lead
exposed in the faco and on at least two
sides of tho avenue. It was two weeks
ago yesterday that Manager Lawrence
then visiting town, received a message by
telephone Informing him that ore of flno
quality had been encountered .in the raiso
above tho 000-foot level, while previous
to that it had been exposed In a winze
and with the mineral In all theso locali
ties the moving of it should begin in a
short I jic. Tho Chief, which Is noised
above the divide between Park Cltv' prop
er and lilg Cottonwood, has afforded from
the first assurances of Important develop
ment, and with it udded to tho list of nro
duecrs activity along that stretch should
be materially Increased tho present year
WILL PROSPECT GROUND
UNDER $100,000 OPTION
Preparation is now in progress for ac
tive work on the Davis-Gebhardt group at
Bingham under tho S1C0.0Q0 bond recently
acquired by William Ochs of this city. To
that end ho has, with others, made careful
study of the territory that nestles among
ic big ones of the camp, and that has
like its neighbors, before the era of cop
per mining over there, been productive of
not a little oro containing sliver, lead and
gold. For auuiy years Mr. Oclis has made
careful study of tho camp, and that the
Davls-Gebhardt group will bo made to re
peat the history of those from which so
much copper, gold and silver-bearing ore
Is now coming he has no doubt.
HAS SALT LAKE BUYERS
ON THE STRING
It Is now a certainty, that tho Hatch
property ove'r'ln SlnbaxI valley is certainly
a very promising property and that some
pay ore Is being shipped from there to the
Grand Junction smeller, says the Times of
Moabv They havo a stratlfled vein fully
twenty feet wide In the yandntono, the six
stratas averaging from eight Inches to two
feet wide. Tho pay strak from which thev
aro making their shipments Is about ton
Inches wide, almost a solid copper glanca
oro that will run 31 per cent copper and
Bmall values In gold and sliver.
F. B. Hammond of Moab has secure! a
bond on tho property and has Salt Lake
parties considering a proposition to Join
him in its purchase.
TO INAUGURATE WORK
ON THE CASTRO GROUP
On the Castro group of mines at P.ing
ham development will begin under the
Van Patten option early next month, the
Intention of the purchasing crowd being
to-extend tho tunnel begun by the owner.
Undo Nicholas Castro, to the main ledge,
which should be accomplished within a
short timo and without much expense.
From the main fissure mined by Mr. Cas
tro, some copper oro of good quality lias
been produced, and that more productive
results await dovelopmont tho neighbors
have long been convinced. Meanwhile tho
owner hits retained tho placer ground
from which In former years he has washed
not a littlo gold, and with tho heavy snow
fall promising an unusual suppiv of wa-,
ter the present season sluicing Mill prob
ably bo resumed.
MORE TROUBLE FOR
In his story of tho week down around
Mllford, Charloy Harto says In the Times:
I. V. Sawyer and others havo filed an
other suit against tho Mnjcstlc. It cov
ers thirty-nine different claims, aggregat
ing JLISS. Sheriff Puffer camo down from
33eaver yesterday to levy attachments In
this suit on tho smelter and personal
property of tho company. George B.
Greenwood Is attorney for tho plaintiff.
The fifteen claims of the Mllford Cop
per Mining and Smelting company, known
as tho Bluo Jay group and located on the
Hat south of tho O. K.. wero sold by the
Sheriff f.t Beaver last Wednesday to satis
fy a Judgment In favor of Grace Brothers
for $2IR. Tho company officials at Salt
Lako send word that tho claim will bo
paid within twenty days. Attorney
Greenwood, representing tho plaintiffs,
bid In tho property.
All of tho mining claims and personal
property of the Copper Mountain Mining
company won sold at Sheriff's sale at
Beaver hist Wednesday to satisfy a judg
ment in favor of I. V. Sawyer and others
for $2378. Attorney Greenwood, represent
ing tho plaintiffs, bid In tho property lor
tho amount of the judgment. As the Cop-
Cer Mountain property Is ono of tho very
est In Beaver Lake district, and is esti
mated to bo worth at le.-ist $150,000. It is
regarded as strange that the company
should permit it to bo sold by the Sheriff.
Thero Is no doubt but that It will bo redeemed.
STUDYING THE GEOLOGY
OF OLD MEXICO CAMPS
Special to Tho Tribune.
CITY OF MEXICO,, March-27. rrof. W.
Tt. Watts, the Los Angeles geologist, who
for many years was assistant In the field
for tho State mining bureau of California,
has arrived hero after a trip of inspection
over tho mountains of tho State of Du
rango. He spent a month working back
and forth across the Sierra Madre range,
and says that practlcully all formations
examined gave evidence of oro veins.
Prof. Watts declares that thero is un
limited wealth awaiting mining develop
ment In that section of Mexico, and that
tho forests of plno that crown tho tops
of tho mountains can be utilized to splen
Activity in the La Sals,.
Tho consolidated Interests of the Dlrigo
La Sal-International mines. In Beaver
basin, moan a great deal for tho future of
that part of tho La Sal country, as they
aro preparing to extensively develop their
possessions, according to Interests in Salt
Lako City as well as at camp. The new
company Is fully equipped with all tho
capital necessary for extensive operations,
and with tho work of tho past winter
and a good showing In tho Chimney
Sweep. Molly Gibson and Pilot mountain
properties. In all forty-four mining claims,
covering the best part of Beaver basin
and the Deep Creek districts, it certainly
has enough to make the Dlrlgo-La Sal ono
of the most Important mining corporations
Judgo Burton reports a very gratlfv
Ing condition at the mines near Grants
vlllc. and not a little ore running well up
The shareholders of the Dagmar-North-West
Mining company will me:t 011 April
Ith next to prepare for the season's de
velopments. While there Is nothing definite as to re
sumption at the Godlva of Tintic. said a
prominent shareholder yesterday, It Is not
likely to remain idlo much longer.
The PIochc-Nevada Con. will reach tho
market with its first consignment 0 high
grade silver and lead oro from Its prop
erties out of Plocho the present week.
Operations have been resumed nt the
Eutonia company's property in West Tin
tic, and will bo continued stendilv during
tho season, says tho local management.
The Salvator of Tin tic has two moro
carloads of ore headed for tho American
furnaces, some of which reveals as much
as 235 ounces silver anil $30 gold per ton.
Jock Welsh is now engaged in hauling
ore from tho uranium mines from Rich
ardson to tho railroad, from whence It
.ul.K0.to lasara, N. Y., says tho Times
Indications point to a resumption of
work on the King William at Tintic next
month. C. H. Blanchard. the owner, has
been looking over tho ground during tho
past few days.
Superintendent Benedict of tho Bingham
and Now Haven company's Bingham
properties, who was In town during tho
day, declined to pass on the merits of tho
report concerning a recent strike.
Superintendent James Hickey of tho
Comstock left for its properties, that
promlso to attain a prominent placo
among tlio producers of Parle ,CIty tho
present season, yesterday morning.
rtA: r Cook of Waynesburg, Pa., Is at tlio
Cullon and will dovote several days to a
study of the gas and oil basin in Salt
Lako valley. Mr. Cook is also lnlorcstcd
in tho Mono group of mines in Dry can
yon. Prof. R. A. F. Penrose of the Utah
Copper company's board of directors is
in California, where he Is conducting nn
examination of mining properties. With
other of the company's officials he is ex
pected in Salt Lako tho present week.
Grand Valley Times: will Henry and
Leo Hunt, who are developing a valuable
uranium property in the -Break," ucross
thrt Grand river from Richardson, are ne
gotiating a deal with Salt Lako parties
A representative of tho syndicate Is ex
pected in soon to qxamlno tho property
Sliver chloride occurs In ores In tho
form of mlnuto scales, In sheets and vcln
lets, and In masses up to- thoue which
weigh several pounds. Some of tho Frver
hill mines at Leadvllle. Colo., produced
masses of horn silver (chloride), upward
?,Ma. f0-Sf 'i diameter, and tho mines of
A hlte Pine. Nev.. and somo of thoso of
Arizona and Mexico also produced lanru
masses, says the Mining and Scientific
Press in unswer to a ouery. No better
example of Its occurrence is to be found
than at Tintic, this State, tho Press might
Grand Valley Times: Rodger Sullivan
writes a La Sal friend from Park Cltv
that on account of feara of a snowslldo
at tho New York mine, In that camp, him
self, JImmlo Brcnnan and Earl Hardup
havo been laid off Indefinitely, and thev
may bo looked for at any timo in Minora'
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ANN FA L STATEMENT.
For tho year ending December 31. 1303, of
tho condition of the
Mutual Benefit Life Insur
N. J. DEISMER, Hgr.for Utah
423 D. F. Walker Bldg.
L Tho Name and location of tho com
pany, Mutual Benefit Life lnsuranco
company, Newark. N. J.
2. Name of president, Frederick Frellng-
3. Name of secretary, Edward L. Dob
-I. Tho amount of its capital slock is
C. The amount of Its assets Is 5 S7,153,407.12
7. Tho amount of Its liabilities
(Including capital) Is .... 0,S05,f56.1S
8. Tho amount of its incomo
during tho preceding cal
endar year 16,603J3o.3
0. The amount of Its expendi
tures during the preced
ing calendar year 11,026,7S7.72
10. Tho amount of losses paid
during the preceding cal
endar year C.024.5CO.SS
11. The amount of risks writ- '
.tcn durlP tho year -17,242,857 CO
12 Tho amount of risks In
forco ol tho end of the
State of Utah, Office of the Secretary of
I. James T. Hammond, Secretary of
Stato of the State of Utah, do hereby cer
tify that the above named lnsuranco com
pany has filed In my.' office a detailed
statement of Its condition, from which tho
foregoing statement has been prepared,
and that the said company has In all other
respects complied with tho laws of the
Stato relating to insurance.
In testimony whereof, I havo hereunto
sot my hand nnd affixed the great seal of
tho Stato of Utah this 23rd dav of Febru
ary, A. D. 1WI.
Seal. J. T. HAMMOND,
t221C Secretary of State.
NOTIQE OF INTENTION TO INCOR
PORATE. All members of tho Young Men's Re
publican club of Salt Lako City. Utah,
will take notice that at the regular meet
ing of the said club to bo hold In the
courtroom of tho civil division of the
eltv eourt. In tlin lolnf oltv .infl ,miri..
building. In Salt Lako City. Utah, on
April' 6th, at S o'clock In the p. m. of
said dny, and that at said meeting the
question of Incorporating tho said Young
Men's Republican club as a corporation
not for pecuniary profit under the pro
visions of section 34.1 of the revised stat
utes of the Stale of Utah, ISfpS, and of
changing tlio name of the said club to
"The John C. Fremont club" will bo the
peclal order of business.
P. P. CIIRISTENSEN.
t t . President.
J. Tt. MAY, Secretary. tlGS)
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Emerald Mining Company. Principal
office and placo of general business, 100
West Second South street, Salt Lako City
Notlco is hereby given that a stock
holders' meeting of the Emerald Mln!n
company has been called, to bo held at
tho place of the general business of said
corporation, No. 100 West Second South
street, in Salt Lako City, Utah, on Satur
day, tho ICth day of April, mi, at tho
hour of seven o'clock p. m. (the regular
annual stockholders' mooting not having
been hold, for the purpose of electing offi
cers of said corporation. Including a
board of directors, and for the transac
tion of such other business as would reg
ularly come before tho annual stockhold
cis mcotlng. and for tho further purpose
of amending the articles of Incorporation
in tho following particulars, to wit: First
By adding a clause to article VIII
thereof to provide for the adjournment
of any stockholders' meeting, irorn timo
to time, by the stockholders present
whatever the amount of slock reprosecuted
Second By adding to said articles of
Incorporation an article numbered XV
lo provide for tho levying, notice, collec
tion and- puyment of assessments on Its
capital stock, notwithstanding there bo
stock purchased by the corporation for
delinquent assessment in tho treasury un
disposed of. and notwithstanding a nre
vlous assessment, or a portion thereof
remains unpaid, and permitting such as
sessments to bo made payable In install
ments, and the sale of the stock to pay
any delinquent installment or accumulated
delinquent Installments of such aHscs
ment. J, E. OGLESBY, "
Office 100 West Second South Street.
Salt Lake. Clly. Utah. am
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS. Notlco Is hereby given that
the annual meeting of tho stockholders of
the CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILWAY
COMPANY will bo held on Tuesday,
April 0. 1SMM. at 11 o'clock a. m.. at the
office of wild company, 1!!5 South Main
st. (over Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Bank).
Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose of
electing a board of nine directors for the
ensuing year and to transact such other
business as may legally como before said
meeting. J. L. W1LLCUTT, Secretary.
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radical cure. The doctor haB curtsd thou-,
eands of cugea of
Nervous Debility, Mental and Physi
cal "Weakness and Nervous
And will forfolt J500 for any co&n tofeen
under hla trcatmont which hotalLi to '
All. elapses of private dlneano.1 cuod and
all oia, nnrrermp awease.-v which vltlata
the blood and Impair the oysteaa, thor
oughly and permanently cured. lAyer and
Jdaney comolMnt cured. All claBoeB of
flta oured. Tapoworm removed with head
or noj)oy. Offleo hours, 10 to 3:80 and 7 to '
$4lot oxna for a Hst of Questions to i
EfL.COyAHJffsiiiB. 8oH:UkCitji.2Ltai?, I
'Tisthe ' Comfort Line"
ON THE POPULAR
THE EHST AND
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU, IN TRAVELING TO
'GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?"-1T WILL US.
HSK IIS HtRiFTX it
- - M. I il
W. C. LINDSAY, General Agenl
E. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
If COMMERCIAL i
t CENTER j
? ' i
J Ot the 4
Great Southeast. 4
4- is best reached .. 3
by the 1
1 RAILWAY j
T PENETRATES ELEVEN
4- Travelers from tho West may i
f use this lino through SL Louis, X
4- Memphis or Birmingham. T
WM FLANNELLT. T. P. A.
Board of Trade Bulldlnr. I
f Kansas City, Mo.
prom Oidcn. ?vtilfr M
Butte, Sac Francisco, CM- B
oatro, St. Louis, Omaha,
and Donver 83 n-m M
from Offdcn and Jntf.rmwll-
I ato points 0:10 P-131- M
Prom Ocdon.. Cacho Valley,
F and Intermediate points 11:55 a-m,
From Offden, Chlcaco, St. M
Loub. Kansas City. Oma-
ha, Denver and San Fran-
Cisco 4:05 P'- M
From Ostfen, Cache Valley. Wf
t St. Anthony. Portland and 4j
San Franclaco o:55 p.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chlcaco.
Denver. Kansa City and
St. Louis 0:00 a'm'
For Orrden. Portland, St. An
thony. San Francisco and
lntorniedlato polnta 10:20 a.ia.
ForOt,den. Oinnha, Chicago,
Donver. KaneJisClty. bt.
Loulr and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m.
For Offden, Cacho VnJley.
Denver. Kansas City, Oma-
at fit. Louis and ChJcoffo. o:45 p.m.
For' Ogdcn. Cacho "Valley.
Butte. Helrao, Portland,
flan FrancUco and lnterme
dlato point 11:45 p.nv
Sat. SCHUMACHSR, Traffic Mer.
; 12. BURDEY, G. P. & T. A.
D 0. SPENCER, A. G- P. & T. A
Clty Ticket office, 201 Main street,
TABLE, pji) I
Ba?t Pedro, Tuns An- V$W7tV B
pole Si Salt Xalio VU B
R. R. Co. -w M
from Orecon-SBort Lino dflpotr-fiolt .Iklc
For'rovo, LchL FairfloM and H
Nepht, Monti and pptnts on . V
Sanpcto Valley Ry... 7:SO-uml
For Garfield "Beach, Tooele, B
Stockton. Mammoth, Eureka.
and Silver City -'8KJO aja. K
For Provo, American Fork.
Lchl, Juab. MJlford, Frisco, H
Callant-oo and Intermediate
point - 6K)B p.m, H
From Provo, American Fork, H
Lehi, Jnab, Mllrord. Frisco. Mm
Callcmtcs and Intermtdiato IK
polnta . . 9;35 &.TCL Hi
From Provo. Xrfhl, FalrQeld, ffi
Merour and Banpwto Valley 1
Ry. polnta 5:35 p.m. Kg
From SUvar City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton. Too ale ann
and Qartlld Boaoh..... 5:3S p.m. S
Taij. m f
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeprae Car Ser- ,
vice between Salt Lai a. MJlfcrd, Modtn. i
and Callemtes. f
Direct Btaffo connections for all mlnlns
dLntrlots In aouthern Utah and Nevada. -t.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Strw L
Tdepbono 250, w
E. "W. GUJIxETr, J. Xl MOOREl
Gen'l Paas. Act. Comtn-liolal AbW
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT UNE '
TO ST. LOUIS.
Throuch car, Salt Lako City to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono change,
to Not York, Buffalo and ortnolpal poln.ta
East low ratcB for gammer travcL -s j
Eapoclal attention to ladloj and chll- I
Tourist sloopexs through to Chicago, 1
Boston and other polnta -without change, m
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block, 1
Salt Lako City. Any information cheer-
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND, 1
G. P. & T. A- Missouri Paclflo Ry., St. 1
- Louis, Mo. m
In effect November 22, 1303. 1
LEAVE SALT LAKH CITT. fi
- No. 10 For Bingham, Heber. 1
k Provo and Marysvalo, r-oo ' X
. No. 102-For Park City t$f . I
h $;0- for Ogdon and "VVeet 10:50 a.ml ' 1
h lZor Rnd ."West. 1 45 p.m 1
S0, or gonver and East.... 305 p m' '
k S0, ?ror 5!vo Eureka.... B:C0 n m
h S0, f7oc 5orlvor a,ld EaflL- .... 86 p m
k No. Z-Fov Offden and "West 1210 alml
I ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
12-I, rra Odon and local pta 'JM tlml
h0' r"Erom Eureka and Provo.. lO. Z.t
tQZm feilver and East... 10:40 a ml
- h- lfym rHmTtJ" and East... lS S m
No. 2 From Ogrden and Vcst iS S'm'
. No. 101-From Park Qty 5 n'r!
" a-I'Tora Blnebam. Hobcr.
Provo and MaryBvalc....
No. 4-Frora Offdon and the VVst l'M p S"
auT0111 Donyfr nacl East.. .11 5D p S
All train oxcopt Nos. 1 to C itoi at h
termedlato sointo. p ln
Ticket office, Dooly Block
I. A. BENTON, O. JL p. u,
A Most Important Feature
3TRHINS OHILY..3 A
t- Pom Utah to J
Also dS?fiB 3 Chicago, 't '
City of Me"co alvc,3t0. EI I
New Mexico' MdXlnl mSKl ft J
General Apent. Ko lj&L, , f
I CU?.!LS f I