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Hi 1 ,PA0?.g? THE SAM LAKE TJaBTOTE. Tuesday Mororoo, atotoiJ
I! h i
II l RICH GOLD BOCK
i S' AT VALLEY FURNACES
!j ; Two Hundred Tons of Ore, for Which
r jj "- Consignors Arc Promised More
' ' , . Than 8125,000.
I i (I J Among the day's receipts at the
I1 I jr ' 'American's valley furnaces was a con-
1 ,. slgnmcnt of ore sent In by the pro-
I'j ducers of Goldflcld, Nov., and from
, (t j which they expect to derive no leas a
'' , sum than $125,000. The lot, made up of
l consignments from several of the new
'(. i camp's sources, consists of 200 tons,
J ' r j if mid while It is a choice one and serves
. ' o emphasize the story of a new camp's
, . j 1 11 wealth It by nor means approximates
j '';i! that of a single car of 'Florence ore for
I , , :i which the consignor was permitted to
"!' draw down a check for $48,000 The
t ' ! ' , .new camp, like Tonopah, is a remark
able one, said W. O- Manson of the
j ' Western Ore Purchasing company,
1 , through whose Reno sampler their en-
'. , tire output Is- now passing and to ac-
' I commodate the Increased output of
i . I which enlargements are to be made or
,J ii independent plants constructed in a;,
.short time. Nor are the resources of
,' Goldflcld conllned to a strip, said
' -the visitor, who came in with the sen-
1 national consignment yesterday. On
, , the contrary' there Is a veritable con
clave of producers within a zone a mile
i square with those boundaries being ex-
. j tended as prospecting advances In
,i i every direction. Discussing the avcr-
' I age which is being maintained by his
! customers, Mr. Manson says a reduced
' .' one would be more agreeable to the
, ij !' smelters and should be more profitable
t to the producer as It diminishes the
i ! cost of sorting without disturbing tlm
metallic contents of the whole. The man
who wants to mine, said Mr. Manson,
; can find no better domains than those
j afforded at Tonopah and Goldfield and
( many opportunities y&.t await the pros-
' ! pector as well as the Investor.
,:' While the output of Tonopah has
ij ,j shown no prono'un'ced Increase since
I I ' .the, last spike was driven In the new
jjl road, It should soon begin to reveal It-
, j self. He will depart for Reno again
j: ' tomorrow to soon send out another tes-
, tlnioninl of his clients' wealth, which
j.') " should soon show an average of $400,000
. , a month.
. f'll - THOUSAND A DAY.
I jl J Official Information on the Earnings
i ' Ml of the Boston Con.
f . According to a report submitted by
- Director A. E.Abercromble, after recent
I , Jj 7 observations, the present output of the
'j' Boston, Con. of Bingham Is netting the
i ' company no less than $1000 a day and
, yet no effort whatever Is being made to
I ' ! tax the ore bodies. On the contrary'.
' very little stoplng Is being done, nor
, ' will that bonanza be made to assert
I i : Itself until means and equipment shall
i (J ' have been provided that Its ores may
i m'ii ' ne. drawn on without reference to
' i ! - "class" and reduced as a whole. In
, '; J his report to Eastern interests, Dircct
or Abercromble, who has been unl-
j !j formly conservative, says;
, I. ': "The Boston Consolidated has
ti j thoroughly demonstrated its right to
1 1 be classed among the producing mines
of Utah. People have the impression
;:' , ' that the Boston Consolidated Is a low
; grade proposition, but such Is not the
j ' case. It was at first, when we were
j solng through our porphyry' forma-
j tlons, but we have opened up 1.500,000
: j tons of sulphide ore which will average
, ' ' to run 3 per cent copper, wjth gold and
i j silver values, and few mines In Blng-
t , ham have a be'tter showing. We will
' -: continue shipping 275 tons of ore daily
. '! to the Bingham smelter until we catch
; J up with our delayed winter deliveries
,' ! under our contract to furnish 200 tons
' ' J j v of 3 per cent ore dally."
' "f While the director makes no reference
I ..to the proposed mill for which a site
' . jl .has already been acquired In the valley
' lie Is probably waiting on President
Ijl, j Ncwhouse to release the Information.
I! j j- j HOLDEN BUYS COPPER.
i ly Joins With Eastern Talent in Acqui-
i . j sitions in the Far West.
I ,1 Utah and Boston Interests are again
' 'i j , ralylng upon the copper-bearing zone
( ' in Shasta county, Cal., and not a few
, of its offerings have already landed In
, ' I their embrace. In behalf of local and
. Boston talent Bert Holden, managing
1 ' f director of the United Slates Mining
I r 1 j company, has Just purchased the Mam-
. i I moth group In that locality, the sum
: , ! paid for it approximating $1,000,000. The
I ,'M.j gi-oup has been under development for
' J ) some time and with equipment will be-
, 'i (i I rjin to yield handsomely. It Is near the
I ' hf BaJaklala which Is controlled by the
, jjkfj Western Exploration company of this
1 j'f -ty, and upon which a smelter Is to be
f ' 1 1 ' -rected, and the Copper Mountain com-
I 1 ' ,un' pany's possessions that are productive
I I (j 'j i df 15,000,000 pounds of copper per an-
i i j - num. In the same locality Capt. De
III1'1 La Mar, with Hartwlg A Cohen, is
I' Vii operating tho Bully Hill mines and
' I ij smelter, that are adding $500,000 an-
n nually to his Income, while the vAfter
i' !, . thought group was formerly tho prop-
! , . ' J erty of Hon. A. II. Turbet of this city.
1(1 ,t jj Boston Market Firm.
. , ! j: Special to Tho Tribune.
I t : jc' I BOSTON, Mass., Aug. Hi, The local
i I i Bj market In most Issues maintained a firm
, ' . jj tone with very llltlo doing In the face of
I J j'1 jfj the coming holiday. These Issues, which
I 1 1 ,) j1 j! -wero the features ln3t week, continued
I r t ' t il to be the center of lnturot today, but no
. ! ,j marked advanccn wore scored other than
f ' '! , fractional alns, with the exception of
n 1 ' l'f ,il -the gaa stocks, which were strong, due to
; (ill tho assurance of an nRrccment between
v ,l i, these Interests and Bav 'State Gas. P.oth
I ' i j thu common and prefcired advanced 1V1
i , , Ji points. Tho dividend o DO cents on Par-
1 j i -rot hail no special un'ecl, the slock being
.) 'I J quoted nt about the sarno lj-vol a for the
L . past week. Tlornblowur S: Weeks, brok-
I ' ers, 53 State street, Boston, and 10 Wall
111,,' ', ntrcet. New York, furnish tho following
li , Li !,) quotations:
iJ'iV Sales. High. Low. Close.
llMt , ..Vinalg 4.771 ?-4.S0 $51.00 $5-1.12
lif1 ( , .ningham 710 25.00
- it"1 Boston- 57"i G.75 G.50 C.W
,1 r ' Oaly AVeat ?07 V, CO 12.50 12.50
, I ' ' . ,l .Icrci;r 0 M 0.35
H.fil'' .Mcx. Con 11.25 ll."
t r 1 Ij! it .Utah ?0.75 30.02
i'h , . JJnitcd States... C10 22.50 21.87 21.87
V H Hew Sun Typewriter, S40.
i j l ' j Carbons, ribbons for all machines.
Hl i . 'l 1 )u Pembroke sells them.
f I t J
H' Hjl n , .Western: Cro Shippers' Agency.
N j tjj I 163' Main st..P. O. box 457. Phone 2000,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
IBOSTOM Ci-aK-fi-ii rnr'-f.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern, Palmer IJouso.
DENVER nrnw-i Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Angelas, B. E.
Gardner. 30.' Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS-Wost Hotel. '
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imporl
nl. Astor House.
OMAHA-Tlio Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUJS-Plantcrs-. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northorn.
.WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
THE DAY OJT 'CHANGE.
Market Generr.lly Unchanged, With
the Traders Again Weak.
Tho week on tho mining exchange
opened on tho salo of 10.W5 shares of
stock, that brought 53951.50, and with con
ditions generally unchanged. Tho Daly
family was again conspicuous among the
traders, Daly West, that started up tho
pllto at the opening and selling at ?1312,
flattening out to $12.75 at tho afternoon
sqksYoiii with the shorts again taking alt
kinds' of 4llliortic3 with It. Tho Judge farcu
.better' and moved gradually up to il.SO,
Willo.lDaIy come out to a customtr at
$2.-:-3. Ibntana-Tonopah did a light busi
ness atrf2.-!2. while Yankee Con. changed
hands at S5 ant Tctro at 32. with Star
Con. soiling up to 11 and Goldfield Bo
nanza at 5. In the sparring Grand Cen
tral was coaxed down to ?3, while Mam
moth, Its neighbor, was marked up to ?2.
with tho King an offering at $41.25 and
Boston Con. nt $7. Some trading was
dono In Butler-Llboral around 10 cents,
and In May Day nt 1 cent, the day closing
on the following market:
I A. M. 1 1 P. M.
I Bid. A3kcd. Bid. Asked.
AJax J .0.1 $ .01 ? .03 ?
Alice 15 15
Boston Con. COO 7.03 C.12 ,
Bull.-Beck 1.00 1.C0
Beck Tunnel .03 0C
Butler-Lib .. .10?g .HVi .10V4 -10
Carisa 01 .OS", CO
Century 2S .33 35
Creole I .50 50
Con. Mcrcur. . .341 .30 .Si
Daly 2.371 2.50 2.32
Daly-Judge . 4.45 4.50 l.2 4.85
Daly West . 12.75 33.20 12.G0 13.12
E. .i B. B... .50 . 75 . 50 . 75 "
Grand Cent.. 2.10 3.00 2.10 3.00"
Goldflcld-B . .01 .05V, .01 .00
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.G0
Ingot .01 01
Jim Butler .. .50 .70 .50
Joe Bowers.. .0OUI
Little Bell .. .20 I I
Llttlo Chief I .01V1 .01 .OUi
L. Mammoth 20
Mont, Ton 2.-15 2.35- 2.00
Mammoth ... 1.13 1.15 2.03
May Day WJ . .01 .01 .02
Mar. Wash . .OOU .00 01
MeNamara . .30 , ... '
New York .. .03 .03 .03 .03
Ontario 3.50 3.50
Petro .. .00 .OS .00
Rich. -Ana .00
Rocco-II 50 ' .CO
SunRhlno .-. (0 ........
S. Swansea .07 07
Sacramento . .10 .11 .10 JHi
Silver King 45.00 4 1.25
Star Con. .. .13 .14 .13J .14
Silver Shield M .03
Tonopah Bel. .00 .75
Tonopah Ex. .97 1.30
Tetro 31 .32A
Tonopah . .. 7.S7 S.50 " 7.00 S.5o"
Ton'pah Mid 51
L'nit'd States 21.75 22.50 22.00
Uncle Sam .. .21 .23 .21 .23
Utah i0 .40
Victoria . .55 ,&0 .50 .90
Victor 00 .00
yankee Con. .35 .40 .31 .30
Daly-Judge. 100 at $4.15; 100 at W.47.
Daly West. 200 nt $13.12: 105 at $13.
Goldfield Bonanza. -1000 at 5c
Montana-Tonopah, 200 at J2.42.
Yankee Con.. 100 at 35c.
Shares sold, IS05.
Selling value, J5702.
Butler-Liberal, 2C0 at 10c
Daly. 50 at $2.45.
Daly-Judge, 200 at $1.50.
Daly Wct, 10 at $13.
Mo- Day. 2500 nt lc.
Shares sold. 3010.
Selling value, $1203.75.
AFTERNOON RALES. 1
Daly West, 20 at $12.50; 10 at $12.75: 75 at
$12.7o, seller five days; 00 nt $12.80, seller
five days; 10 at $12.00: 10 at $12.02; 40 at
$12.S5, seller ten days; 5 at $12.90, seller five
Goldflcld Bonanza. 2000 at 5c.
Star Con., 500 at 14c.
Tetro. 100 at 32c.
Sharos sold, 2SJ0.
Selling value, $3075.75.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 15. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining slocks
today were as follows:
Andes ? .20 Julia $ .12
Belcher 27 Justice 13
B & J3 SO Mexican Po
Bullion 31 Occidental Con. .SO
Caledonia 2 Ophlr 2.56.
dial Con 23 Overman 13
Chollnr IS Savage .... ... .27
Confidence ... .75 Scorpion oi
C C Va 1.15 Jog Uolcher ... .11
Con Imperial .. .01 Siena Nov 26
Crovn Point ... .1$ Silver Hill 53
Exchequer Ct r.'nlon Con 2i
21 Gtuii Ccn li
H & N CU
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ...$ .20 Utile Chief . .$ to
Alice 20 Ontirlo i50
Brl-co 10 Onhir "so
Brunswick C .. .11 Phoenix "10
Comstoek T ... .ttf Polosl .... '15
C C & V.i l.n Savage .... ' '"-,
Horn Silver ... l.SO Sierra Nov ' 'l
Iron Silver 1.45 Small Hopes 20
Let'.dvllle C .... .02.otanil.in ...... i.qq
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ,..$ .90 Mohawk . ..$ 42.00
Allouox 10.02 Mont C & C. 3 60
Amalgnm'd . 51.0 Old Dom'n . 12 60
Aincr Zinc .. 11.00 Oaccola .. .. 01 75
Atlantic .... 10.37 Parrot "1 go
Bingham . .. 21.50 Qulncy S3.00
Cal U Hcla. 500.00 Shannon . .. .'i 87"'.
Centennial 21.50 Tamarack ... i5.Co"
Cop Range . ol.OO Trlnltv . . .. 7.02
Daly West . 12.00 U S Mln'g .. 21.87
Dom'n Coal .. EO.OO U S Oil ... 10 25
Franklin . .. 7.00 Utah 3o!50
Grancy - ... 2.12 Victoria ... 2W
Isle Royalc . 14,00 Winona .. 7 75
MaM Mln'g . 3.25 Wolverine .. 79. 00
Michigan . .. 4.00
The Metal Market.
The Engineering and Mining Journal
commenting on tho New York metal
market says: The metal markets 4hdvo
been very quiet, not to say dull during
the week. The vacation season Is fully
on now, and no one seems to be doing
any more business than la absolutely
necessary. Coppor Is quiet, domestic con
sumers taking little Interest In thn. mar
ket, and being apparently satisfied with
such smnll purchases as cover their Im
mediate ncedfl. Abroad, tho effect of tho
political complications Is still felt, and
purchasers arc holding back, apparently
to see what tho future may bring forth.
For fine rooms, 22 E. Third. South.
First-class bank and commercial work.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO-
THE OLD HEBSCHEL
TO BE EQUIPPED
Mcrcur Property to Be Rcsamplcd
and Provision Made for An
other Gold Plant.
That Its gold-bearing assets may be
resampled and provision made for the
rpcovcry of their values, the old ller
j pehtel company's territory at Mcrcur is
to be reopened during the next few
days and rock on which to try out at
least two new processes forwarded to
th's city. The .successful application of
either undoubtedly will be followed by
Ha prompt installation at the property.
During his absence in Cnlliornla Col.
Joe Smith has been applying himself
to the development of one of these
methods, and, while his contemporaries
are congratulating themselves upon the
discovery of means superior to anything,
he feels that he excelled along I hose
lines. He will not deny the right of
his company to experiment with other
methods, however, and th los-ts wilt
be 'Simultaneous. While a great deal
of wealth has been expended in the ex
ploration of Horsehel ground, it wag
not until the management of the Sac
ramento punched a hole Into H that its
resources were made to unfold them
selves, and It Is this. ore on which the
demonstrations are to be made. An
extension of the Sacramento's zone,
th ores of the Ilerschel present The
same general characteristics?, with their
metallic content? about the same. That
an active endeavor ly to be dually made
to put ,the undertaking on a commer
cial basis will call for expressions of
approval on both sides of the Atlantic.
GONE TO AUSTRALIA.
Another American Boy to Serve n Big
To Join the forces of the great Golden
Horseshoe Mines company, Ltd., In
Knlgorlle, West Australia, Lee Glock
ner will leave for that country today
under contract which guarantees it his
services for at least a year. The Golden
Horseshoe Is another of the cluster of
Australians from which the British In
vestor 19 drawing down millions each
year, the Horseshoe alone paying them
$2,000,000 In 1903, and to repeat the rec
ord the present year. In the recovery
of its values It operates a stamp mill,
corcentrator and furnaces, ihe equip
ment alone costing a fortune. As
American neighbors, Mr. Glockner will
find at the Great Boulder Persewronce,
three miles distant from the Horseshoe,
Ralph Nichols and M. J. Flynn, each
of whom left this city to serve the big
FOUND FREE GOLD.
Salt Lake Crowd Again Encouraged
by Results at Goldfield.
In the properties of the Bonanza Mi
ning company, operating at Goldfield,
Nov., and founded by Salt Lake talent
a short time ago, free gold has made
Its second appearance, while work was
being done to perfect the locations pre
liminary' to work for patents, this time
in the Tip Top No. C. A report during
the day from A. W. Tlbbals, who Is
representing the company at camp, says
that It was while opening up the ledge
on Tuesday last that the rock Mnpreg
naled with free gold was uncovered, the
first discovery of this class of ore halv
ing occurred In the Tip Top No. 3.
Meanwhile he has been carefully pros
pecting the ledge, and by September 1
the sinking of a permanent shaft will
have begun. The local management is
not a little enthusiastic over conditions
at the company's camp, and expresses
Itself as confident of results before the
close of the season.
Driving Long Tunnel.
Alex Colbath, manager of the Alta
Qulncy of Alta, came down from camp
again yesterday and reports the main
tunnel now cutting across tho country,
with drifts progressing on the contact
and a fissure. In each some ores are
occurring at Intervals and conditions
at this time are quite favorable to early
results. At the camp the spectacle is
hourly more active.
NEAR FREE GOLD LEDGE.
Work Progressing on Caliente Gold
Mining Company's Tunnel.
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov., Aug. 15. The next
few days' work on the Fotterman tunnel
of the Callento Gold Mining company's
claim here will be watched with great In
terest, as the men are now within a short
distance of tho big free gold ledge which
they have been running to crosscut at
depth. Samples of ore from stringers
running toward the ledgo show free gold,
and the ledge where cut at the surface
also shows large porcontaKes of free gold
and pans readily. As this Is the largest
gold ledge showing good pay values In
this district, and as the company Is
hacked by unlimited cnpltal and practical
mining men. Including S. Bnmberger,
George C. Fettorman and other well
known Salt Lake and De Lamar capital
ists, thero Is no doubt that this property
vlll be the entering wedge for tho devel
opment of tho district.
George Dooley pasticd through camp to
day from his Buuna Vista group of gold
copper claims north of Monpa. Ho had
two sacks of gray copper ore, which he
will have assayed at Salt Lako Cltv.
George Bowman and F. E. Whlttaker
of Boston, accompanied by Al Flick, own
er of the Twin Peaks group of gold-silver
claims southwest twenty-eight miles from
LosVcgas, passed through camp yester
day en route to,the claims. Flick located
the group, which consists of eight claims,
In February, and slnglc-Jinnded has run a
120-foot tunnel on a two and a half foot
ledpo of $37.40 ore. He has also built one
and a half miles of road, connecting hla
group with the old California trail to a
point within four miles of Los Vcgai.
Charley Peterson reports striking his
ledge, toward which he has been running
a 145-foot tunnel for the past three
months. His claim, tho Boston Belle, Is
located south of the Moapa river eighteen
miles, and Is a free gold proposition, as
saying $12.80 and $21.10 per ton, with a
two foot eight-Inch ledge at cropplngs.
Tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany's wires are now strung to within
live miles of Moapa, and within the next
week telegraphic communication will bo
established between Salt Lake and Mo
apa. The San Pedro track Is now laid to a
point 100 miles west from Callento.
,NOT THIS SEASON.
Bingham Holdings of tho Utah Con.
. Will Not Be Transferred.
A splurge was mndo In Utah Consoli
dated last week, and on quite heavy
trading tho price reached $30.25, but It Is
now almost $1 below this. Reports of a
deal' with the Amalgamated are rife, but
nothing dellulte Is known. Amalgamat
ed people arc known to be large owners
of Utah stock, says tho Boston corre
spondent of the Engineering and Mining
Journal of New York
While Amalgamated Interests. ap
preciating "a good thing." have patron
ized the counters of the Utah Con. quite
liberally, and while not a small amount
of dividends from that source has been
dropped Into their stockings, that tho
company's mines nt Bingham will ox'cr
be added to tho asscLs of tho Amalga
mated Copper company hat never been
under serious consideration, said Manager
Clinnning. There was a period when,
hnd the management of AmnlRnmated
neon vigilant and embraced the opportun
ity It could havo acquired a block of
stock al a small figure, compared with
actual value, but that day has passed and
not a few In this nock of the woods are
of the belief thnt Utah Con. will, within
another year, command as much If not
more than 559 a shar?. The control can
not bo had for that figure.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Saturday's transfers on tho San Fran
cisco board were recorded as they fol
low Goldfleld-Tonopah. 1100 at 11c:
MacNamara. 350 at JSJMlc: lOOOtfllc, buyer
00 days; Montnna-Tonopa.h, 400 at ?2.-J2i;
New York, 4500 at -lc. buyer 90 days; Ray
& O'Brien. 100 at 9c; Rescue. -1000 at 9c;
Belmont. 500 at (He; Tonopah Gold Moun
tain. 200 at 20c; Midway. 100 at 47e; Tono
pah Mining Company. 25 at $S.12. seller
y ZS&f American
vr 92.G0 to $4.00
NEW GOLD PLANT
FOB THPsOEft MTN.
Orders for It Placed in Chicago
Twentieth Century Mines to Bo
Thunder Mountain region, Idaho, Is
to be equipped with another-mill with
which to reduce Its gold-bearing ores
to legal tender dollars, the company
which has decreed It the "Twentieth
Century," controlled by Cleveland, Or,
Investors, its properties among the
likeliest In the cninp that continues to
add to Its resources no matter to what
extent the expert." may have differed.
For the new mill a contract was made
In Chicago yesterday, H. B. Fulton rr.-p-rc-sentlng
the company, and from whom
advices reached the city last night.
The plant Is to be equipped with o00
stamps, thirty of which are to be for
warded from Chicago, the remainder
to be obtained In Oregon, where an
nbandoncd but practically new mill has
been purchased by the Twentieth Cen
tury's management. Before deciding on
this equipment an expert was sent to
the properties by the Cleveland inter
ests. A copy of his report which ha3
been Ecen In this city refers to the com
pany's group in words of highest com
mendation, and in hi opinion the prop
erties will have soon been placed on a
most productive basis.
For the same region other plants are
projected and the present year should
witness a number of Important achieve
ments. The management of the De-vey
mines continues to pound out gold from
that source, and Thunder Mountain re
gion never presented as much promise
as does It this hour.
Mill at tho Big Camp Again Turning
Out a Vnluablo Product.
To tho output of Park City will, tho
present week, bo added the output of con
centrates from tho Comstock company's
mill, which Is again In commission nnd
making a most profitable product of Us
milling ores that afford a fine milling
average with not a llttlo close up to tho
line at which tho first-class begins. Over
tho condition of tho property Superin
tendent Hlekey. who has been known to
go longer without a reference to what 110
wos .achieving than any man in the dig
gings. Is not a llttlo enthusiastic. Com-
NOTICE OF SALE OF UNCLAIMED FREIGHT.
Notice Is hereby given that the Rio Grande Western Railway company will
sell tho goods and property 'hereinafter described, nt public autclon at its Irctgiit
warehouse In Its railroad yard In Salt Lake City, State of Utah, commencing tho
3 file at 10 o'clock a. m. on tho 24lh day of August, 1901, and continuing from day to
ay until all the property Is sold.
Part of said propertv has not been accopted or taken away, and charges there
on paid by tho consignees or persons authorized to recolvo same within two months,
and has remained In tho possession of tho company, which Is a common carrier,
unclaimed for nioro'than two months from the time of arrival at tho points of con
signment, and part of said property was left with said company to await shipment,
nnd no shipping instructions were gjven nor shipment made for two months.
All of said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary, will bo sold to
pay freight, back charges", storage, handling, care and necessary cost of sale, in
cluding cost of removing same to placo of sale.
Name and Address Nnme of Consignor D 0 s c r I ptlon of
of Conslgneo so and From What Property so Far
Far as Known. Place Shipped, so as Known. Amount of Lion
Ear as Known.
Utah Sugar. Co., Ogden, C. A. Mfg. Co . New York City. 1 hrl. E. paint $ 3.43
D. B. Crawford, Otrden. W. H. Blntz. Salt Lako, 1 box tin signs C3
John Scowcroft & Sons. Ogden, not lenown, Sprlngtlel-. Mass., 2 cs. B. B batts 2.50
Eg. G. Ogden. Ogden, P. W. & Son. New Orleans, 1 bale curled hair C.W
Wm. Fltts. Ogden. not known. Klckapoo, Ind., 1 box dry goods 9.15
Chaa. Hubrlcht, Ogden. Chas. Hubrlcht. Salt Lake. 1 bdl. bedding ,76
Ed Storey, Ogden, Bd Storey, Salt Lako. 1 bdl. bedding 82
Shipper's order, notify Van Walters, Ogden, Schultz Co., Chicago, 1 organ
boxed , 11.93
A. C. Larson, Ogden. Mills Novelty Co., Chicago, 3 crates auto-physlcal test
ing machines 29.52
Jacob Johnson. Osdcn. F. W. Main & Co., Iowa City, la., 1 showcase, 1 table.. 7.15
J. K. Melber. Ogden, J. K. Meibcr, Salt Lake, 1 bdl. bedding 2.79
SALT LAKE CITY.
E Williams, not known, Chicago, 2 brl. "t materials 0.75
Salt Lake Cleaning Co., E. E. Rork. Gunnison, sk. Fuller's earth 1.51
Jos. Bombeck, Shelly, Mt. Nebo. 1 sk. clay S3
E. F. Frankle. E. E. Rork. Gunnison, 4 sks. Fuller's earth S.24
E. N. Jenkins, not known, 1 piano stool r 40
Mrs. C. B. Muchlow, Canon City, Colo., I trunk, 1 crl pictures , 10.S9
Dr. Edgar B. Mlllert. Q. N. L. Co.. St. Louis. 1 oil stove top 2.50
G. B. Clyde. G. B. Clyde, Provo. 1 crt. picture frames 07
W. A. Bremer, Jno. Monvlllc. Milwaukee, 2 boxes lire extinguishers 3.70
Salt Lake Cleaning Co.. E. E. Rork. Gunnison, 1 box Fuller's earth 70
Marked (No. 550), not known, Denver, 1 crate wood handles 4.03
Shipper's order, notify C. R. Waller, Eagle Tool Co., Cincinnati, 2 boxes fire ex
U S. Mining Co., not known. St. Louis, 1 piece wrought Iron pipe 3.30
Marked (C). not known. Little Rock, Ark., 1 box fuse : 5.32
C. H. Ackorman, Van Ness Tfr. Co., San Francisco, 1 box nut meats 2.73
Theo. Rruback, Chas, Casper, Havre. Frar.ee, 5 case3 barytes 95.51
Mrs. M. L. CunimJngs, Am. Cereal Co., Toronto, O., 1 box earthenware 3.03
Chris Anderson (Fnrmington). not known, Pueblo, 1 barrel glassware 5JJG
Not) known, not known, Bingham, 1 Ir. oil barrel CO
Seth Plxton Co. (Rlvcrlon), Peters Shoe Co., St. Louis, 3 cases boots and shoes 6.63
Geo. Kcrrldge Mlnturn. 1 box H H. goods 1.S0
Not known. Sears. Roebuck Co., Rockford, 111., 1 box casting 4.22
Not known. Sears Roebuck Co.. Englowood, 111., 1 crt. mach casting 3.S6
C II. La Belle, E E. Rork, Gunnison, 1 sk. Fuller's earth 93
Shipper's order, notify G G Hall, Cunningham Furniture Co., Chicago, 1
auto slot machine .' 2.40
G. N. Herbert, E. Buckley, Ogden. 2 bundles books ; ., .55
Not known, not known, Sunnynldc, 1 box tin dishes 20
J. R. Austin, Frank Austin, Ogdon, 1 bundlo old rubber tires , 05
Peter Buller. E. Martin & Co., San Francisco, 1 barrel whisky, 10 ct. gin, '
barrel brandy, barrel wine 21. 5S
C. F. Browning, C. F. Browning, Grand Junction. I pkgs. H. H. goods 8 00
Bennett G & P. Co., O. F. P. Co., Detroit. Mich.. 9 crates paper boxes 63i',2
Frank Cozza, F. Hoff, Colton. 1 bundle bedding 70
Rosetta CrowJcy, Roaetta Crowley, Park City. 1 cot , 30
G. E. Elmer. iot known, Cincinnati, O., 1 bhl. whisky 13 01
AVm. W Lloyd. Web Freyschlag Co., Kanasaa City, 1 case tablets .. 2 10
Keith-O'Brien Co . Taft Mach Co., Providence, R. I., 1 case display racks 4.95
J. P. MeilBtrup, not known, 3 boxes scales 22. S9
J. P. Mo'lstrup, not known, 3 boxes 6cales 22 SI
Fred McGurrin, Am. Law Book Co., Albany, N. Y 1 case books "15
J. P. Paulson, not known. Now York, 1 box, 2 brls. varnish, 1 bbl. illfor 4135
Ricgcr & Llndloy, E. Gato. New York. 1 caso cigars 10 23
Spencer & Whlto, not known. Sprlngtleld. 111., 1 box poultry food 03
F. B. Laying. Beekln's Van & Skj Co., San Francisco. 4 pkgs. H. H. goods..' J3 S5
D. A. Martel, Courtney Shoe o., St. Louis, 4 cases boots and shoes 0 13
Dr. R. Stewart, B. M. Cornish, Mammoth, 4 pkKs. H. II. goods .; . 774
Shipper's order, notify Deaeret News, American Surety Co., New York City
1 case envelopes , '
Shipper's order, notify F. McCulloch, W. Esklne, Burlington, la., 3 pkgs, car. '
pet beaters " j re
A. 11, Steel. J. A. IIIIJ Pub. Co.. Nov.' York City, 1 box book ..I...!!!! S5
H. H. Stevens, International Mfg. Co.. Parsons, Kan., 1 case poultry food. " 0 s
Salt Lako Saddlery Co.. D. II. Works, Froelnnd. N. Y., 1 pkg. harness 2 1
Yogclcr Seed & Prod. Co.. not known, Ltoston, Muss., 2 nagu chopped wheat 2 lo
Chas. Van Dyke, Andrew Jcn?lns Co , Cincinnati, O., 3 boxes soap, i cusos per-
tumory , j 75
E. F. Russel, not known, Provo 2 wire stretchers, 1 bundle hardwood. . " 313
E. E. Rich. Jr.. Am Sales Book Co., Elmlra, N. Y., 1 caso books s'm
Geo. Mullctt & Co., Quaker City Shirt Co., Norrlstown, Pa., 1 case drv goods'"" 1519
C. J. Peterson, C. J. Peteraon, Sovler, 1 roll bedding, 1 bundlo carpet".... " I'm
Chls E. Olson, Co-op, Price, 1 crate marble
H. K. North. McConnell School Supply Co., Philadelphia. Pa., 2 boxes mans 3-3
Mill Creek. Cash Store, Chamberlain Med. Co., Des Moines, 3 boxes pat. med""i
box adv. mat " . 7G
S. Mnnlcy. Turner Van & Storago Co., Denver, 1 bbl. II- II. goods '" 'ir,
II. Madden, II. Maddon, Palisade, Nov., 1 roll bedding m
A. C. Morris. A. C. Morris, Sprlngvllle, 1 box tlnwaro m
W. Murray, W. Murray, Salt Lake, 2 slot machines o'alj
W. E. Lawrence. W E Lawrence. Cripple Creek. 2 boxes H. H. goods 791
Fred McGurrin. Wlr get Concrete Mnch. Co., ColUmbus, O., 1 cement block " rfXr
J. W. Mltlaln, J.A. B.. Eureka. Utah., 1 box fruit jars " V-
W. Gardner, G. Co., Chicago, 111., 1 Iron pump "
J. G. McDonald Candy Co , not known, Florence. Colo., 1 box candy 21G
Harry Hatcher. Harry Hatcher, 1 bundle blankets " !i
F. G. Hone, F. G. Hope, Oklahoma, O. T-, 1 box machinery ... .' V jTq
Dr. Ian Grant, Cal. Trans. Co.. San Francisco, 1 crate, 1 box adv. matter""" g"&
E, H. Hamilton. 13. II. Hamilton, Gunnison, Utah, 1 rango (closet att) .i'm
Joo Falsetto, Geo. A Bayle, St. Louis, 1 bundle crackers 070
13. F. Earls, Cravel Vinegar Co., Denver, U "barrel vinegar .' 357
Geo. M. Downing. Geo. M. Downing, Tucker, 1 stove, 1 bdl. pipe. 1 box" "wis " '
S. M, Chamberlain. Sidney May Chamberlain. Denver, 3 pkns. II. LL goods m 17
Edna Armstrong, II. Coppape, Cameron, Colo., 1 pkg. H. H. goods .... 710
L,. J, Armstrong. Clinton Metallic Paint Co., Clinton, 111., 1 tub cement V v
Gen. Bates. Orvlllo Bates. Flagstaff, Ariz.. 1 box H. li. goods J,S'
P. Buller Brewing Co., Paul Jones, Dlst. Co., Louisville, Ky l brl. "3 "cases
whisky ,. 1C'3o
A. D. Holmes. Mrs. E. Kelloy. Sioux City, I a,, l box per. erfects.. .. ' " 2 C3
Al Ncumeycr, National Bakers' Egg Co., Sioux City. la.. 2 boxes dose" ccks"" 2'm
Shipper's order, notlry Wlllnrd S, Meado, Morgan Safe Co,, Chicago 1 s'lot
machine .... .' ' 3 a
Shipper's order, notify F. A. Nephew &. Co., MorKan Safe Co., Chlcafro""7
trunks, slot machine .... , ' ,, ro
Geo. E. Blair, J. W. C. Plttnburg, Pa., 1 box notions 3 ',1
EcllpHO Grocery & Meat Co., Dunham Mfg. Co., St. Loula., 12 cases desc. "cocoa-
nut .....r ' 9
Nelden-Judnon Drug Co., Lincoln Prop. Co., Ft. Wayno, Ind., 4 cases horbT"" k
W. Brezel, J. G. Ebertson. Colo. Springs, 3 pkgs. H. H. goods cr3-... 6.33
A. W. Bertreaux, Utah BUI Posting, Co., Ocdcn, 1 box pat. mcd 1 cr'a'tcT tin
M. Dormattv, L. Dermatty, Houston. Tex., 1 box per. effects .... 1-')
IL Greene. J. D. Morrison & Son, Chicago, 1 box books u.w
J. Sullivan, J. Sullivan, Blng. Junction, 1 bundle blankets ' ' t
montlng on conditions at the proportj.
tho Record says: A considerable quan
tity of hlch grade ore has been comlnp
from tho mine for somo time past and
has accumulated In the ore house to the
amount of COO tonK. At tho mill ono ten
hour shift will be worked nt tho present.
Mr. Illckey Is now drifting In the oro
body, but progress Is rather slow, from
tho fact that all the product must bo
handled bv wlndln.ss. There Is still con
siderable water In the mlno, so work
must bo concentrated tp tho one point.
Tho mill, which was erected two years
ago. Is a model ono In every reopect and
has a capacity of 120 tons per day.
Calls on Its Flock for 860,000 With
Which to Continue Good Work.
With which to crystalizo Its splendid
undertakings at Alta the Columbus Con.
company at a mooting of liif directors
yesterday, called for an assessment of
20 cents a share, or $0,C00, this to bo
applied to tho complotlon of tho mill,
which Is now nearlng that end and to the
wiping out of Indebtedness that was In
curred during a period In which It was
Impossible to reach the market with Its
ores. Production at this time, however,
Is on quite a liberal acalc and Manager
Jncobson is looking forward to a period
when ho will be able to Invito thoso
who have joined him to share In a divi
dend. Ho has done n great deal of work
with results that speak for themselves.
Ores nnd Bullion.
In tho ore nnd bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $62.SO0, McCor
nlck & Co. reporting thorn as they fol
low: American bullion, $2S,300; gold, sil
ver, lead and copper ores, $34,500.
In the metal markot silver ruled at
57 cents an ounce, lead at $3.50!-10 por
hundred pounds and casting copper at
11 cents a pound.
Col. Joseph Henshaw. secretary of tho
Imperial, the Manhattan and olhcr com
panies, will depart for Chicago this morn
ing, where he will meet President A. B.
Lewis, who Is now on his way home and
who 13 scheduled to nrrlvo on Saturday
next. Secretary Henshaw will continue
to Indiana, where ho will visit old friends
for a short llmfe.
D. P. Rohltlnp. who has returned after
an Inspection of Interests In Beaver coun
ty. rejJ&rts operations down thero going
along 'steadily, If not briskly.
W. II. Alexander has ' returned from
Beaver county, where ho has been In
quiring Into , Interests.
Superintendent Clarenco E. Allen loft
for tho properties of the United States
Mining company again yeaterday morn
ing. It was snld yesterday that active oper
ations will be resumed al the Keystone
of Park City about September 1.
James Farroll has returned from Par'.c
City, where he has been looking Into the
progress of work on tho Steamboat group.
Whllo the wanhout onth7"
Ihcm badly -furrow0.1 ic roihS
thoy will have soon bc
mal condition. con rJtorViJJ
mDi"mJ Cr wl'lman, .1 .u, i
tho llonorlnc of Stock)... "l13"
his home at Iercor p""'
with Messrs. Elllngwoou
leave for camp thB mol tsrf.
George Mooro 1K at n , 4
where he Is Huperlntenriim0l?''i,Jlo 1
lion of lils process at fenth
ductlon company's cuiuTo
company having acquire, RLW
use In that State nftor mlny Si
Annie Laurie dtvldonil m, .
lng to $12,500 were aKalu ihec5tJ i
torday. f,aln ,n orldtaj
Superintendent Doyle nt tx. 1
group n Big Cottonwood Li19
tciMay's arrivals fionTcanT 4
Secretary Barnett of tholl . .
rovoiine over trout dinner?
and lunches on th0 Snok0 L.tel
Prof. EmmonH has relume '
house and will leave tv. tt0
for tho Coeur D'Aleno mn'
The New Hnvon of nin I'
for 10 tons of ore yeS?ortby
lot In transit. "'w.lhjj,
Manager William Davlv t i
Copper Belt railway Tft V-Jt7
yesterday mornlCT f0r "&i
The management of the Ya V
was on the market with cleft5?
of copper matte yestenlay ;
Cashier William Rood at tv ,
Smelting &. Refining comnani
the Weber river. whR,
weeks to his finny frcn
botony and orlihology. M s
Lorln Morrison of the Inrtu-,':
Beaver county Is In town
It is no small com
have Schilling's Best oa
at your grocer's; a p't-j
can't get everything such'
sol ' jj
. pijJ CURES BALDNJ
3CNT ON TSUI
V vj2?l7 Thousands In awi
If AgA uro, not oco reumci
Scnd for ,reiJ Wfela
WA i? Standard Appllancii
657 New Ncbjon Building, fanjuC
C. G. Douglas, not known, Seaton, la., 1 box nuts ....... '
Not known, not known, Grd. JuncL. C wheels. 2 axles " '" r
B. B. Hough. J. Beauguard, Bingham. 1 skein twine " """"
F. D. HlRfflnbothnm. C. O. Burdlck, Ortl. Junction, 1 piece ore ..
Servla8 Hooks, Servlas Hooks. Payson, 1 bicycle framo """"
Wm. G. Wlllard, not known, 1 piece stovo pipe "
Shipper's ordor, notify Julius Meyer, not known, Schuchamoxen, o 'V'S
paint '' ,
Fred Taylor, not known, New York City, 1 box hat block3 .. "" "7
Mrs. F. A. Smith, F. A- Smith, Richfield, 1 bundle pans ... . ' '"T
J. G. Corning. II. Corning, Glrard. Kan., 1 box nuts ,' "
A. C. Larson. Mills Novelty Co.. Chicago, 2 slot machines " ' :
A. L. Simons, A. L. Simons, Thompsons, 2 bales tents .... "7-
O. S. L. R. R.. caro purchasing agent, L. C Co., Whlto, New Ycrk, 1 tu.'S
E. Densley, RIverton, D. M. Ferry, Detroit, Mich.. 1 bx. garden" sf'edj..'.""
R. P. Dunap. Lehl, not known, Spanish Fork. 1 bx. B. food ..
E. Anderson, American Fork, U. S. Chemical Co., Chicago, G Carboys lrilaZ
A. C. Larson. American Fork. Mills Novelty Co., Chicago. 1 auto char.cecui
American Fork Co-op, American Fork, Red Cross Hygcnlc Co, Chicago, lit
liquid stock dip , . ,
'Order Victor Safe Co.. Provo. notify Don Knight. Provo, Victor Safe Ca, Ci-
clnnnll, O., 1 Iron safo
A. C. Larson. Provo. Mills Novelty Co.. Chicago, 1 lifting mach . .
S. KlInRcr. Provo. P. F. I. Co.. St. Louis, Mo.. 1 bx. plate glass . .'
Milton Roylnnce, Sprlnpvllle. Columbia Pub. Co.. Chicago. 1 box becks
Shippers order notify James Lambardl, Thistle Jet., W. S Turner Diet, ft,
Cinclnatl. 1 cask whisky
J. F. Hooper, Tuckor, not known, Sunnyslde, 1 stove
J. Martello. Helper. Watson, Salt Lake, i bbls, 1 keg whisky i
J. Martello. Helper. S. H. & Co., Kanasas City, Mo., 1 keg 1 cast llqucr ...1'.
Gorbcr & Bodily. Price, not known, St. Louis, 1 bx. notions. 1 oil tanS.ll
W. clolh. 1 bx. hwd., 1 crt. E. tldrg., 1 crt. croq. sets, 2 G I, tata, tail
pall. 1 bx. sponges. 1 bx. bolts
M. P. A. Brown, Price, not known. 1 washer, 1 wringer
C. A. Stotes, Price, not known, Pngosa Springs, Colo., 1 tool chest . -1
A. H. Conover. Price, Thos. Kane & Co., Raclno, Wis., 1 pa wood, 1 cnlt
D. A. Fraughton, Price, not known. 1 bx. & cont"s, 1 crL T racks -W,
F. F. Flek. Price. J. D, M. Co., Chicago, 1 or. oooks
J. W. Loat. Price, not known, 1 axle
N. Y. & Utah Oil Mining Co.. White's Siding, Oil Well Sup Co. Oil Clty,Pi,
1 sane lino spool .iW
J. L. Hales, Desoret. Utah, not known. 1 bx. ptcts -S
W. G. Klem. Heber. not known. 3 bx. 1 crt. 2 pet, marble
W. 11. Graham, Midway, Fngerburg Bros., Bloomlngton. III.. 7 bdls. wall pi.B
W. H. Graham. Midway, Fagcrburg Bros. Boomlrpton. 111., 1 Ml vrall mc-M
W. O. Renshaw, Heber, W. O. Renshaw, Mt. Pleasant, 1 coL bed? att. -fM
A. Hatch & Co , Heber, not known, 1 brl. glassware K
C. H. Bishop, Heber, S. H. Co., Kansas City, 1 drum, 1 os. liquor, 1 cs.
W. E. Potter. Heber, A. L. Brewer, Ogden. 3 bdle kd. box Ibr
Agents Novelty Co.. Scofleld Agents Novelty Co., Chicago, bx. plct. tnatW
Gardner & Frances. Spanish Fork, not known. 1 pkg. (0 butts) P tobacco -K
Thorbes & Magnumeesen, Spanish Fork, E. Mfg. Co., Iowa City,
J, Jorgenpen. Payson, not known. 1 bdl. wall paper
H. Greenhalf. Payson. H. D. Co., St. Louis, l drum liquor In gl.ifs .. K
Not known, not known, 1 box Pearllnc. 1 crt. signs
Centennial Eureka Mining Co., Eureka, Heriry Worthlngton. New Ior',l
O. F. Anderson, Eureka, O. F. Anderson. Goshen. 1 com. table ""tH
J. S Brown. Mammoth. Taylor & Brunton, Murrav, 1 bdl. ore s.icki . --rw
A. W. Borteaux. Mammoth, A. W. Bertcaux Sprlngvllle. 1 bx adv rMlt?7.
T. J. McDonald Mammoth. S. Hlrsch & Co . Kans Cy. 1 brl bottle Uqcor-m'
W. J. Parker, Mt. Pleasant. H. Watson. Salt Lake. 2 bx. ad. matter .. . -'B'
Shippers order notify J. -Stutzengelger, Mt. Pleasant, not known, St w
cs. soap ... . T. ,. tK
Mrs C. Conover, Mantl, not known. 1 Morris chair TiB-
W. G. Crawford. Mantl, .Montgomery, Ward & Co., Chicago. 1 bx. cin'm
mattresses , ""fc
A. O. Anderson- Mantl, not known, 1 bx. show case "
A. O. Anderson. Mantl, not known. 1 bx. show case jBj
Mantl Co-op, Mantl, not known, 2 crts. stove pipe Iron !
Not known, Mantl, not known, 1 bdl. f2) rods
Not known. Gunnison, not known. 1 bdl. bedding "JJdMS
Chris Pnmberg. Gunnison. Montgomery, Ward & Co., Chicago, 1 T"B
J. R. lvle. Sallna, Cold Springs Dlst. Co., Clncinati, O.. 1 bdl whlskj
Duffln & SavnKO. Snlina. not' known. Indianapolis. 3 bx. poultry le1."-.; '""
Sallna Co-op. Sallna. McCall Pattern Co., New York, 1 bl. printed mat trf
Sallna Merc. Co.. Sallna. Salt Lake Hdw. Co., SultXake. S bdls. e.'B
Sallna Co-op, Sallnn, McColl Pattern Co., New York. 1 bdl. printed nMttf-;
S. Riley, Richfield, not known, 1 bx. glnssware -m
Ti. E. Collett. Richfield. G. D. Hughes. Spanish Fork, 1 heating stove
T. J Stewart. Richfield, not known, 1 crt. hats ""!ZB
J. A. Hansen. Rlchtlcld. not known. 1 bdl. windows TfH
J. Chaffin. Richfield, not, known. Barker City, Or., 1 bx. trunk 1.... ' .ViH
N. L. Sheffield, Richfield. Chamberlain Mcdc Co.. Des Molnea. 3 bx. tiSiZm
1 bx. ad. matter .. .'rjfl
N. J. Garter, Elslnore. Air Blast Separator Co., Cincinnati, O.. 1 crawl c
Hannah Julandcr. Elslnoro. not known. Jennetta. Pa.. 1 bx glassware --d
W. H Fowle. Sevier, not known. St. Louis. 2 bx. show cases .... iVliH
Geo. PnKC. Sevier. Ferdinand Weathelmor. & Sons. St. Joo, i bbl.. 1 w-t ;jm
-,,r Jfy' l,bx Qvwarc 1 ca- lln.uor, 1 glass sign ,
Wedge Mine. Marysvale. Taylor & Brunton. Murray, 1 bdl. empty oro l'rB
Dnlton M. & M. Co.. Marysvale, M. & S 3. Co . Salt Lake. 1 Ml. Xm
Ncphl Jennings. Maryavalo, Taylor & Brunton. Murrav. 10 bdl, ore Mt"
J. H. Brough. Marysvalo, A. B. N.. Ephralm, 1 bx. sheep dip. "T""kf"r"cj,M
Shippers order notify John M. Campbell. Escalante. The Turner Loo" ;K
Cincinnati, O barrel and 1 keg whisky ;L',n; "',Jmb
Andrew Olson. Marysvale. not known, Newark. O.. 1 pc. stove cVD-V rB
Shippers order notify W. F. McAllister, Kannb, W. S. Turner Dlsr. jh
clnnatl. 2 casks. 1 keg whisky v.; ntU'-
Marysvalo Cash Store, Marysvale, Lee Mcda. Co., Des Moines,
bx. ad. matter -KT
Not known not known, 1 sk. sulphur... "
Not known. Marysvale. not known, 1 bdl. castings "T.-lK.
Mrs. W. Ivlo. Sunnyslde, C. II. Poole. Chicago. 1 bx. stpd. E. ware, v,
C. D. Armstrong. Park City. C. D. Armstrong, Provo, 1 C. stoC 1 J
A. L. Peterson Park City. II., Ma'rysvaie. 'l'l'l'.' bedding .... J'ihlnw -"j
v Lrf en ilT CK' Novelty Co., Chicago. 2 crt. slot roacu"
- Y Pelghton, Park City, not known. 1 bx. tlnwaro VA" amPlK
Marked Intermountaln Eloc. Co., Sait Lako, not known, 1 bx clecw
Not known. Park City, not known, 1 cmptv Iron tank -"S
Not known, Park City, not known, 1 Iron ring " 'rhtraIB
Tho Following- Freight on Hand With Nothing to Show .jiSh
1 bdl. bedding marked W. H. Chatller, 20 cents; 1 case s110'" mariE
Co., 43 cents; 1 cot marked Elslnoro Co-op. C cents; 1 caso P'cMun S fjXfc
Bros,, Norman, O. T., 25 cents; 1 brl. glas.swnrc marked J. A. J' , bli.J22
stono hammer marked J P.. W-1S00. 13 cents; 1 piece pipe. S n ij cc'fiiWc
cents; 1 bdl ten poles; 45 cents; 1 shelf. 5 cents; 1 bdl. brace rod. u; 1
cents; 1 handle, 3 cents; 1 blow bottom. C cents; 1 pipe wrench. v r3 VI
paint, 13 cents, 3 tent poles, 12 cents; 2 pieces castings, 0 cents. - Ht,
lng, S cents. TK
The Following Freight on Hand Not Marked and tfothln? A
Ownership of tho Property: ' t P'Jt"
4 bdls barn door track. 25 cents; 20G bars Vi-lnch Iron, 25 cents. ploJB
stove pipe), 2o cents; 1 stovo board, 25 cents; 1 bdl. Iron, r'Cfu clothc'itE
25 cents; 1 wagon (tongue, 25 cents, 1 stove ring, 25 cents; 1 Wi.' u 1 j tHC
1 Pick handle, 2o dents; 5 bars Iron. 25 cents; 1 stovo casting. cfis' 1 jif
chair. 2a cents; 1 bucket and cts.. 25 cents; 1 sack coal. & jnw. ctffjfaL.
1 bar Iron, 2o cents; l plough lover, 25 cents; 0 cement brlcKS. l tfi
ccntfl; 1 wagon tongue with neokyoke, 25 cents; 1 caftlng. Cfl?
track, 25 cents. ' .... Dt&i: K.
, , , FRED WILD. JR., General Freight Age" - ME
Issued by S. V. Dcrrah. Assistant General Freight Agent.
Salt Lake City, Utah, August 12, 1001. K