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Mf I 14 HE 8 Al1 IzAKE TBIBTOTE; SUNDAY MOKNnSTG, MAY 8, 1904, j
1 If ' ' News Mine, of ' Prosf mi of" Mill.
III jj(ijjf BLACK DIAMOND'S
I' jlj HOOSIER INTERESTS
' 'I ;' i Governor Durbin and His Party to
I ( ' J ,'; i Inspect Investments at
I I i 1'j I Stockton,
ft , TlTH tho distinguished gentlemen
'V- ww from IndIana whose, generous
jj ''lif T V co-operation has made It possl-
f, ' ' ' 'j ' blc for him to place the Black
( l ' Diamond among the foremost of Stock-
i ! ton mines, Manager Joseph Dcderlch3
, j ( .j j will leave for camp this morning. His
' ' i guests, who arrived from Indiana dur-
' j I J . lng tho afternoon, include none other
I ,!.;,,' ' 1 than Gov. Durbin, Panlel Storms, Sec-
11 i '.,'' ! retary of State. Attorney-General
1 ; j,1,'. Miller and "William H. Alexander, the
I 1 ' secretary of the Black Diamond com-
I ' , j' ' pany, the latter accompanied by his
I i , I'f) wife. The visitors, who havo been
I vi " .'I, identified with Mr. Dederlchs since th.
I ; ''!( launching of the company, will devot"!
, j i ..' tho next forty-eight hours to a study
I ,. ' of conditions under ground, and the
, 1 i .'jl 1 occurrence of wealth not only as it is
' jl' revealed in territory In which they are
I1 , directly interested, but In the groat
1 Honcrinc, of which the Diamond is a
j : neighbor. "While the campaign of de-
.. i velopment was suspended for Eome
' " . time, while ita territory was being un-
J dermincd by the Honerlne tunnel, the
; j i visitors will find ores exposed In a
, ' ' number of places, ores of a quality that
i I thould leave no doubt concerning the
' ' i j ultimate results of the undertaking. I:
" ' Is understood that before the departure
' ' i of the Hoosler interests action will be
i 1 taken by them and the local manage-
1,1' ' ment on a proposition that wlU, In tho
' I ""event of its acceptance, afford the
J ,' company another lot of most mcrito-
' , ' rlous ground.
1 i , -1 - To the miners of this Slate the news
,' that so distinguished a crowd has In-
r ," tcrested Itself in its diggings will ho
j if ' n source of much gratification, while
;! , - that it will be substantially reimbursed
1 f,, I ; -there Is no doubt whatever.
I; ) f SEVEN FEET OF ORE
j. ji ' '" IN THE MONTANA
, ' The weekly report by Superintendent
I j Badgctt of the Montana of Tonopah,
i, Si which reached the Salt Lake offices
.yesterday morning reveals a most grat-
)' Ifylng condition under ground, the dls-
i ' closure of seven feet of high grade ore
1 1 i ' in the east drift off the 512-foot level
I revealing the influence behind the me-
' ( teoric advance In the shares during' the
i 1 week. The disclosure, said Secretary
1 1 Ellis is in the Macdonald ledge and Is
i the first of Importance to have been
; made along that mcredlan. the develop
ments heretofore having been confined
I , to the "west ledge." At a depth of 712
J j , feet the crosscut Is now advancing rap-
!? . i Idly toward the ledge while throughout
i ',,, the bonanza conditions are most as-
fjw suring. Secretary Ellis nor Judge Dlck-
J son would discuss the matter of the
' , ' next dividend, while a telegram from
i Manager Knox during the day advised
I , t ) local interests that his return west had
J been delayed a week.
II (j 1 I; j; DALY WEST HEADS
j ' GETTING TOGETHER
! i j While the heads by -which the des-
' j jl tinles of Daly "West are shaped were
( jj together at Intervals during the day,
I i J y. at no time were more than two to be
h ? seen, and If any conclusions affecting
r'1' j i ' j the dividend were agreed to they were
j j j, not released. President Bamberger, on
j, ) the contrary, denied positively that
. I 1 'I' there had heen any conclusions on the
I J subject, although the hour for action
i I ! I 5 rapidly approaching. He regrets
) ! , , that the supply of water at the mills
'I : 1 ' .!; has not been greater, but Is quite con-
'! i'lv'1'1' fident that winter will relax Its embrace
I ) within another week, and that the flow
'i'lj at the Park will be greater than ever
, j bofore.
i Jl Other directors of the company who
i j were seen during the day pleaded that
j J Jl, nothing had developed to Justify them
l In amending statements that recently
j I , , I appeared In these columns.
, i I jl A WEEK'S TRADING
H: i l! ' IN THE LOCAL PIT
' ' Ji 1
i I ' , The week's business on the mining
Y4- exchange was confined to 98,622 shares
H" ir "of stock, that brought $2,11SJ0, the
T J ' j, day which was characterized by
; 1 1' & better tone throughout, clos-
l1) 1 ' jl iQS on the sale of 13,000 shares, for
Hj ' 53427.75. Of this Daly afforded an ex-
. ; ' ample, the shares bringing $2.G0, and
' J ' ; '.',tho S0P closing with those figures held
Hj ' out to It, while Tetro, whose new hoist
HL 1 1 ii -4s working without a wabble, and from
, ill "ivhlch three more cars of ore are on the
1 ' ,.:Joaa' moved up to 27. The future
I j' ...financial policy of the management en-
' . , veloped in all kinds of doubt, Daly
Hlli ' f' West wao back to $22.25 at the close,
Hl , ; -1 while Ontario was marked down to
1 ' '1 l?4-50. with but 51.75 asked for Daly-
, j't'J! Judge, although reports from new
r '( " Ground continue most encouraging.
1 'i Grand Central, by which the regular
H; , t i dividend of 10 cents will be posted on
1 11 II - Tuesday, did eome sprinting during the
i ) ,, week, and closed strong with 51.87V.
, !' asked for it, while Montana of Tono-
l T ; Piih, which had been piloted to $1.70
I ,((,! 1, was an offering 10 cents less at the
1, l4ii ! finish. The attitude of the investor to-
L'feli ! nrd Horn Silver, that ought to an-
1 Fit H Z I nounce another dividend next month
J ' " I was a more liberal one, while Con'. Mer-
i ' 1 cur worried Its way through and closed
H! ', i -on a trade at 33&, with Its neighbor,
H i' i . Sacramento, an offering at 10 cents,
'l ' and with no market for It at that flg-
il iltlil "re. New York hold up to 10 cents,
I , l it , i notwithstanding the call for a 3-cent
H' kip 1 assessment the previous day, while Sll-
H' 1 ' kM ver King was marked down to an offer-
H; A I j ! , "K as low as 553, with but S20.75 asked
M?W tor n'tcd States. Although Eullion-
i ,( 'jui Pcc the previous month came to mar
H' ''SJi , ct with three dozen cara of ore the
l , ! ) ,best to oe hod for It was" a solitary dol
i ,,!l.U. ! la.r' v,'h,le Century was traded In at 73,
Hj , j ' ' with Yankee Con marked down to 3$
and Uncle Sam to the day closing
on tho following market:
Ajax J ,uis 5 .10
Alice 20 . -
Bullion-Deck 1.00 1.75
. Butler-Llbernl 12 12
Carlsa 071& .07
Century 73 .75V?
Crcolo 01 .35 "
Consolidated Morcur 31 .34!
Daly .. 2. GO 2.70
Daly-Judgo -1.50 4.70
Dnly West 21.75 22.20
Enplq & Blue Bell CG
Galona 01 ....
Grand. Central -1.75 -t.S?
Horn Silver 1.3-3
Joo Bowors .00
little Bell 1.00
L-lttlo Chief 01W .OITi
Lowor Mammoth 1.00
La Bolno 03 .05V1
Manhattan CO 3-16
May Day 0j,4 .05
Martha Wnshlnfrton 00& .01
Montana-Tonopah 1.53 1.C0
Now York .C0!i
Ontario 3.23 4.50
Petro , .07
Hlchmond-Anaconda 00V4 -OlVi
Sunshlno .... .06
Swansea 0 .35
South Swansea 02 .10
Sacramento 15 .10
Silver King 52.50 DS.00
Star Consolidated 13
Silver Shield OUi .01
Tctro 26V4 .27ii
United Stales 19.S7i 20.75
Undo Sam Consolidated .. .18 .20
Utah 45 .51
Yankee Consolidattd 35 .3S
Carlsa, SCO at 7Vc; 600 at Tlic
Daly, 200 at J2.60.
Daly West. 50 at 522.25.
Silver Shield. 1000 at lc.
Uncle Sam Consolidated, 500 at 10c, sell
er thirty days.
La Relnc. 1000 at 5c; 750 at 5c.
New York, SCO at 10c; 500 at 10c.
Tetro, 600 at 26c; 6CO nt Xic; 1400 at 27c;
10a) at 27tfc: 1300 at 27c
Shares sold, 10.000.
Selling value. 53250.C2.
Butlcr-Llbcral 100 nt 12ic.
ConGOlIdated Mercur. ICO at 33Lc
New York, 200 at 10c.
Sliver Shield. 2500 at lc.
Tetro, 100 at 20Gc; 103 at 27c
Shares eold, 3WK. '
Soiling value, 5163.13.
Boston Market Quiet.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., May 7. The Boston
market was decidedly qulot and devoid of
interest. Commission houses wcro with
out order near tho market and traders did
nothing, many of them neglecting to make
their appearance on the floor. Tho under
tone appears firm, but there Is no dcslro
to trade and stocks rc.nain in a comatoso
state. Homblowcr & Weeks, brokers, 53
State street. Boston, and 10 Wall streot,
New York, furnish tho following quota
tions: Sales. High. Low. Close
Amalgamated .440 547.75 547.G2& 547.62
Daly West 22.25 22.00
Mercur 0.35 0.33
Utah 34.00 33.52
United States.. .. 20.32 10.S7
Curb Boston, $6.COgC12.
San IVanclsco Mining1 Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 7. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wero as follows:
Andes $ .22 Justlco $ .30
Belcher 20 Mexican ...... 1.05
li & B 1.C0 Occidental C .73
Caledonia 71 Ophlr 5.37
dial Con 17 Overman 32
Chollar 22 Pctosl 16
Confldcnco .. 3.(0 Savage , .30
C C & Va 1.55 Seg Belcher . .00
Con Imperial .02 Sierra Nev ... .51
Crown Point .. .10 Silver Hill ... .56
Exchequer 30 Union Con ... .73
G Sz C 22 Utah Con 07
II & N C2 Yellow Jackot .22
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....5 .30sLlttlc Chief ...5 .05
Alice 20 Ontario 3.75
Breece 10 Ophlr 5.00
Brunswick C .611 Phoenix 00
Comstock Tun . .10 Potosl 10
C C & Va 1.70 Savage 30
Horn Silver .... l.SfjiSlerra Nov 45
Iron Sliver .... 1.75Small Hopes .. .15
Leadvlllo Con .02' Standard 2.00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...5 1-75 IMohawk .. ..5 41.50
Alloucz .. .. 5.00 (Mont C & C. 2.50
Araalgam'd . 47.37 Old Dom'n . 12.75
Amcr Zinc .. 9.75 Osceola 5J.75
Atlantic 7.50 Parrot 23.50
Bingham . .. 21.00 Qulncy 81.03
Cal & Hccla. 455.00 Shannon .. 7.50
Centennial ... 20.37 Tamarack ... 9-3.00
Cop .Rango . 43.00 Trinity 3.S7
Daly West . 22.00 U S Mining.. 19.87
Dom'n Coal . G5.00 U S OH 9.25
371-anklln ... 7.50 Utah 33.02
Grancy 3.75 Victoria .. .. 3.05VJ
Isle Royalo.. 6.75 Winona 0.37
Mass Mln'g . 3.75 Wolvcrlno ... 70.50
Michigan ... 4.03
AT MAMMOTH MINE
W. V. Lander and Prof. Carmlchael
have been busy this week sampling the
low grade ores at the Mammoth. The
gentlemen have made a propostlon to
the company, should their tests result
satisfactorily, to erect two 50-ton tanks
for the company and have the use of
the machinery and the rest of the mill
for custom work, says the Tintlc Miner.
George A. Robertson, for a long time
superintendent of the Sioux-AJax tun
nel, will go t6 British Columbia! in
about six weeks, to look after the de
velopment of a big mining proposition
for the same company. His family will
accompany him. Work at the tunnel
will continue by contract, under tho
direction of an expert who will visit
it from time to time.
Superintendent Turner of the Yankee,
who 13 looking after affairs at the Star
Con., assisted by Superintendent Chid
Packard, is thoroughly sampling tho
Star mine this week, and when the re
turns from the samples are In tho di
rectors will be able to figure on a con
centrator. The books have not been
audited yet, and until the directors
learn something of the company's
finances, no deflnate plans can be
made. With Mr. Turner In charge'' of
the work underground the shareholders
can rest assured, however, that their
Interests will be conserved.
Bavages of the Storm.
Telling of the effects of the recent
storm at Bingham, tho Bulletin says:
Up Carr fork numbers of slides havo
occurred, shutting off the Boston Con.,
from which shipments may not be re
sumed for several day3. As shipments
from the Yampa had ceased, pending
installation of additional machinery at
tho smelter, the Yampa people ure in
position to view the situation with
The road Is open and In good shape
to the Utah, Ohio and Commercial
(Bingham Con.) mines, and ore is ar
riving at the Ohio mill, but pending re
pairs on the R. G. W. bridge near the
turntable (Injured by washout) no ores
are going down the Rio Grande track '
Pembroke Sells Them.
Wagemaker bookcases. See them.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker,
CHICAGO Auditorium, Grent Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus. B. P.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street,
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Aator House.
OMAHA The Millard. The Pnr.ton.
PORTLAND, OR.-Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Plan ton, Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
OF DALTON & LARK
For every ton of ore that la being
raised from the system of ledges by
which the Dalton & Lark group of
mines at Bingham Is enveloped the
management Is adding ten to its re
serves, said President White, on his
reappearance at the offices yesterday
morning, and If there was ever any
apprehension concerning the ultimate
productiveness of that portion of the
Bingham Con.'s domain they have all
been burled beneath the splendid vol
ume of wealth which Is now exposed
within It. Not a level In this territory,
Indeed, on which ore Is not exposed,
and were It the policy to begin active
stoplng the output could bo made to
compare with that of any of its stal
Down In the Brooklyn, which is prac
tically a member of this system, tho
condition is equally as gratifying, and
while the water level has not receded
for some time, tho volume has not in
creased, and new ground is being
steadily explored, with good results, i
The long drain tunnel, which as a
means through which to nnwater the
ledges has already more than compen
sated the originators, is again forging
its way Into tho zone, with another of
the main Intersection for which it was
headed to be reached In a few months,
while the condition generally was
most gratifying to tho president.
Concerning equipment with which to
reduco the second-class argentiferous
lead ores, President White said that,
while it would ultimately result In the
erection of a concentrator. It was not
incumbent on the company, with its
present resources, to bother with that
at this time. He did not reach the Com
mercial group, the daily tonnage from
which affords evidence of Its condi
tion, and, with Manager MacVlchie,
will leave for Tintlc tomorrow.
PRODUCTION AT YAMPA
WAITING ON SMELTER
With the bins at the bonanza and
those at the smelter conjested, while
three more carloads of ore arc stand
ing on Copper Belt tracks. Superin
tendent Craig of the Yampa came in
from Bingham again yesterday, to talk
It over with General Manager Robln
sion. Under ground he is working only
such men as are necessary to keep up
the" campaign of development, while at
the smelter work on the enlargements
Is progressing steadily, and to an early
finish. The new furnace Is being in
stalled by a representative of the com
pany by which the method was lmpro-
visea, wniie material ior mo oriquet
tlng plant Is on the ground, and no do
lays are expected from that source.
With these equipments In position, the
Yampa will begin doing business.
WILL BEGIN THE
MARKETING- OF OBES
The Bulletin, in its review of, the week
at Bingham, says:
"Having settled Its lawsuit with the
EaMern brokers- out of court, the Utah
Apex company will Eoon begin mar
keting ore, says Manager Orem. A
large accumulation and much ground
ready for production is the result of the
several years' development work done
on the various claims of the company's
group, which Includes the old York,
Agnes and Dana and Highland Boy Ex
"County Commissioners )L N. Stand
Ish and W. W. Wilson were here
Wedneyday and started work on the
MarkKam gulch road, which has for
some time been In an Impassable con
dition. Tho lower part will be thor
oughly repaired at present grade, while
some changea In grade and route will
be made at and near the Butlcr-Llberal
mine at the expense of the company.
A considerable tonnage of first and second-grade-
ore is hung up at tho Butler
Liberal and other Markham mines. It
will begin to move as soon as teamo can
get to it."
BY THE UTAH CON.
In the absence of facilities for mov
ing the output of the mines beyond the
loading station at Bingham, the extrac
tion of ore at the properties ofthe Utah
Con. has been momentarily suspended,
said Manager Channlng yesterday. For
his relief, however, tho management of
tho railway between the bins and the
smelter Is doing everything in Us pow
er to overcome tho troubles occasioned
by the recent storms, and the trouble
had been practically 6vercomo last
Tho Position of Copper.
Copper la In a very strong statistical
position. Statistics show that surplus
stocks are being drawn upon heavily
and there Is no Indication of any re
laxation in the buying either at home
or abroad. The purchase of 2,000,000
pounds of electrolytic at 13 cents by
a larger consumer was reported yester
day, say Haydcn, Stone & Co. in their
Carload of Provisions With Which
to Equip tho Temporary Boarding-House.
THE first lot of provisions with
which to stock tho larder down
at Newhouse and upon which the
forces will feed during the cam
paign of construction that will ha ac
tively Inaugurated on Wednesday, de
parted for camp yesterday and will be
j followed In a few hours by Charles
Matthews, who will preside over the
new boarding-house. On Tuesday Mr.
DederichP, who will superintend the
construction of the town, from cozy
dwelling to hotel, club and theator, will
begin the organization of his forces and
in a short time will have sixty men or
more engaged upon the work. This,
since the completion of the water sys
tem, will have been the first step in the
consummation of tho stupendous enter
prise so far as that work pertains to
actual construction, and that It will
continue without interruption the man
agement has no reason to believe other.
At the offices of tho company news
that the contract for tho construction
of tho San Pedro extension from Frisco
to Newhouse Is hourly expected. The
bldo were forwarded to Los Angeles
several days ago, and aro now in tho
hands of J. Ross Clark, vice-president
of the company, with a request that ho
shove the undertaking along as rapidly
In all other departments the "under
taking Is moving on schedule time, and
the situation throughout Is quite satis
factory. On the main tunnel work Is
being dispatched, while from the 600
foot level In the mines the two main
raises are being made, and everything
underground will be In readiness as
soon as the concentrator shall require
WEEK'S CROP OF
The week In the ore and bullion mar
ket closed on settlements amounting to
5-120,100, compared with $472,900 for the
previous one, and while there was a
shrinkage it was due entirely to the
heavy storm, the temporary derange
ment of the roads out of some of the
camps, with not the slightest thing to
the discredit of the mines or smelters.
For days, indeed, Bingham has been
practically shut out, with Alta hemmed
In by a fresh crop of snow. However,
these troubles will have all been over
come In the next few hours.
By the copper smelters there was sent
out to the Eastern refineries during the
same period 80i,S54 pounds of copper
bullion, containing silver and gold, with
the record closing as follows:
United States 2C9.612
Utah Consolidated 302,S!0
Bingham Consolidated 242,351
American Copper 200,000
The output of copper has now reached
a million pounds a week, and, with
the enlargements at the valley smelt
ers, a new record may be relied on be
fore the expiration of ninety days.
The day's settlements In the open
market amounted to $57,500, McCornlck
& Co. reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, $27,200: gold, silver,
lead and copper ores, $30,300.
In the metal market silver ruled at
5DJ,i cents an ounce, lead at $3.50 per
hundred pounds, and casting copper at
12 cents a pound.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Thursday 'a transfers on the Son
Franclaco board wero recorded as they
follow: Montana-Tonopah, S00 at
51.52&; COO nt J1.5C; Belmont, 550 at 70
(0'71c; ioo at 70c, seller thirty dayo; Mid
way, GOO at 30r33Sc; MacNamara,' 400
at 10c; Ray & O'Brien, 1300 at 4f5c.
A consignment of oro from tho Nevada
Coppur company was sold yesterday
through tho Pioneer oamplcr on controls
showing 10 per cent of tho rod metal, DS
ounces silver and CO cents gold per ton.
JameB licaloy loft for Tonopah, Nov,,
last night to conduct an examination of
C. E. Mllner, who has boon doing work
on the Mllner Interests on Iron mountain,
hus returned from camp and roports tho
drills of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron com
pany now dropping down Into ltn holding.
Tho Honerlne mill, which wns out of
ore for a fow hours during tho week,
owing to tho sevoro storms, Ib again in
Tony Jacobson, general manager of tho
Columbus Con. of Alta, is In Chicago on
his way home.
Manager Crowthcr of tho Contlnental
Alta is oxpocted hourly from Mexico,
whore ho has been sampling mines.
Charley Brown, who has been harness
ing up hl plncora on tho Grand river,
has returned from camp,
Tho Tetro of Tintlc has three carloads
of oro on tho way to tho smelter.
Announcement Is mado that tho offices
of tho La Rolne Mining company aro to
bo removed to Provo. Considerable oppo
filtlon to it In expressed by thoso dealing
actively in its harcs. A branch transfor
office, If nothing clso, might bo permitted
to remain as a som'cnlr.
John M. Hayes, cashier for tho Utah
Copper company, came In from Its Bing
ham mines And mill last night.
Messrs. J. M. Dick and Jamos Chlpman
of tho Midas will go to the mill In Deep
Croek tho present week to bo present at
tho first clean-up.
Frank Keith, the new manager of tho
Tonopah company's Nevada mines, is In
Secretary Charles H. Post of tho Copper
Belt Hallway has returned from Bing
ham, after an Inopectlon of tho lino,
which ho reports in perfect condition for
A letter from A. W. TlbbalB, superin
tendent of the Vindicator at Goldflcld,
Nov.. roports the crosscut now advancing
In nicely mineralized rock.
Active work on the Pittsburg company's
property In Big Cottonwood canyon will
be resumed tho present week.
MUford Times: Harry Trcnam left last
Tuesday for Novadu, Intending to spend
eovoral weeks In prospecting tho country
northwest of Pioche. Some rich gold float
has been brought out of that section, and
Mr. Trenam is accompanied by men who
believe they can find the ledge.
Lee Gllson has returned from Denver,
where ho arranged for tho equipment of
the Gold Coin company's Idaho mines
with an up-to-date mill, and of which ho
will bo tho efficient superintendent.
George Dern, manager of tho Con Mer
cur, returned from camp last night,
Tho Nevada Stato Journal says that
service ha3 neon had on tho defendants
in the case of Thompson & Ritts against
Stalmann & Farron, the action growing
out of a mining deal.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
' Via Denver & Bio Grande.
To St. Louis and return $42.50
To Chicago and return 47.50
To St. Louis and return via Chica
go, or vice versa 50 00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to SU Louis without change. Cholco of
routes. See any D. & R. G. agent.
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full line of painters' supplies. fl
The Salt Lake Hardware Co.
EV-EHYTH1NG IN HAKDWAEE.
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I 3-button, double-breasted
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4-button, single-breasted 1
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Inasmnoh as there is i
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1 wards. I
I Suits S 10, 15, 18, $20 oto. 1
I 61-63-65 Main Street.
Finest and "best equipped office In tho 1
State, having all the very latest im- Q
M proved methods for painless dentistry. H
H Teeth extracted absolutely without
pain by scientific methods used by ua I
I Teeth without plateo JS CO a
I Full set of teeth 6.00 B
i GoU' crown3, 22 k $5 00 H
Gold Fillings H-00 up I
H Sliver Fillings 50c up D
H All work done by operator of cxmH-
I ence and ability and guaranteed first i
1 class. No charge for painless cxtrac-
i tlon when teeth aro ordered. If your
H old plate don't stick, you will apprt I
H elate one that positively will. Lafi N
I attendant. Hours 8 to S; Sunday 10 to a
2. Our reference your neighbor.
1 Boston Denial Parlors,
126 MAIN STPSET. I
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
fl POSITIVE CURE
to Blnddnr&nd Dteooesd Kid
ti. NO CURE no PAT Cures
ilctly and rermnntntlr tho
orst cajee of Gonorrhotft
id Gleet, no mattor of bow
nc euncJInn. Absolutely
iralets. Sold by druggists,
rlco II. CO, or br mai, post
Jd, $1.00,3 boxu, (173.
THE SAHTAL-PEPSIN GO,
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lake City.
AGED AND ELDER
LT. If you aro sexual
ly weak, no "taattor
from what cause; unde
veloped; have uuiotur.
varlr icele. etc. Mi
PERFECT APPLIAN.H will euro you.
No drugs or electricity; 75.000 cured and
developed. 10 DAY9 TRIAL. 8end for
free booklet. Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 203 Tabor
Block. Denver. Cola
NION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. B. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 1E2 South W. Tempi.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
Will receive prompt attention. AnoJyticaJ
Tvoxk a specialty. Bend for price lhrt.
CHARLES 3 nm&ON, Vl?iv
HENRY T MU&N
Accounts Bollcltod a
Salt Lake city 1
Undivided pronta'V.V.V.V" i "U
Transact n a general baVi,
domestic and foreign DaakQl tte
Direct connoctaW win, i . '
principal cities oMhet
Draft., I83U2B , 1
Lettori of Credit. I I
Telceraphlo Tran?f?riL f H
Deposits received-subject J
THE OLDESTAXD ij&gj
a. dun & co., m
The Mercantile AgtDd
OEORQE RUST. General
Utah, Idaho an?'1
OfTJoo In Progress bldg., silt l3
CAPITAL FULLY PAuTSkp
SALT LAKE CITY, XTla i
Established 1&3. Icwaeti." J
Transact a General Ea.nWJ?
flAJEE DEPOSIT BOXES PORJlB
UNITED STATES DSPOSTTlB
8alt Lake City, Uti.
Capital, $500,000 Burplu, MS
L. 8. HILLS, MOSES THWriB
H. S. YOUNG, 2. S.hSSB
Safe deposit boxes for rent jj
V. a DEP031TART, E
JAMES A. MURRAY Y1KS
W. F. ADAMS
CAPITAL PAID IN, tfti&S
Banking In all Its bnmchu trSt
Ezchane drawn on tho jrfccirP
INTEREST PAID ON THIS SS
JyJoCORUICK & CO., V
. BsAt Lake City, Utt&lB!
I l' nW i MwMl
!L. M. Beaven, D. 0.,
P H. Murry, DO.,
Mrs. A. B. Murry, D. 0,
All Dlseasri. Fw1
203 Auerbach BulUfct t
Office Tel. 113 Y P.m.
1 239 TVTATTf STBEZ7. Km
I X Has Opined.
A Open day and night TtliMT
X Tray Orders Solldtti jB
ON ALL CAR L1HE3. Xj
Try it th Next Timely
Go Up. jfe
S. C. EWING, PrcprMJB?
Headquarters for rnlnlnj EraMp
aen. RATES 12 A DAY AND UTWjl
I Newly contracted cu"
1 'All burning and ItcWryr. 'ffigmw
B tlon and unnatural a-JMCw
W. A. COOK, K. B tnT&L" " hU"'' jR
1 CHRONIC DISORDERS CONTAGIOUS l
1 OF MEN CURED BLOOD P0K
I I Guccessrully treat all unnatural It may be In Its PriL'fgl
Weaknesses Drains, Affected lyiya bT?v X I W'WX
Porta. NervoUB Debility, Piles. FIs- bJ"!? t?
U.,aHydi"0S?l0' Rupture, Eczema, poison froni the yl"JeJ A t;
Blood arid Skin Dlaeaaea. Kidney. without tho uso of mercury
I Bladder and Prostatic Disease. ash,
COOK MEDICAL Cfll
rite for Symptom Blank tor fjotse tmmnt.
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