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Bi WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBE; U , JL
H ' THE SALT LAKE TKIBIUSTE. -r
III " j' MUJJJ I"
& . hiiihw 'iwwri ... i. Wit i mmstexmBLz&r
Iij - Ootario Ipse! to'
: Serve laly test
' j Report From California That Latter
j j Has Secured the Use of the
: j Long Avenue at Park.
The agreement by which the Daly
;!, Wes. Mining company acaulres the usp
ij oC the Ontario drain tunncT at Park
' jji City, -and through which the wealth of
the former will ultimately pass on its
j way to the pocket of the shareholder, Is
! now at the offices of the latter In San
j Francisco, and, with the signature of the
if Ontario's representative, should arrive
j here In the next few days. It has been
! j" approved by counsel for the respective
j companies?, and that there will be any
I ! delay in the West Is not believed. Im-
i ' '! medlatclv the agreement Is- returned,
! , said a well-known broker, to whom
! i the news came yesterday, the work of
', extending the long drain tunnel, now
i over 17,000 root Into the zone, will be
' ' ; inaugurated, the end-line of the Daly
I West to bo reached In 1500 feet, the
I ! shaft to be connected with at a point
j ' 3500 feet further In. With this fran-
! ! chlse the water problem at the Daly
' ; l! West Is brushed aside for many years,
t ;i nt least the horizon at which Daly "West
territory Is penetrated being 1600 feet
below that at which water baa made Its
i ; appearance In the bonanza. Although
i ' the subject Is one that will not appeal
i i, directly to the management for a num-
l ; ber of years, there is no doubt that
' L eventually the product or Daly West
will be through the tunnel, and that a
1 concentrator will bo Installed at its
mouth. Tint the use of the drain tuu-
' nel Is now practically assured Daly
Wst interests throughout the country
may congratulate ihemsclvo", while the
management Is entitled to the moat 11b-
l , : oral commendation.
K UP AT THUNDER.
Big Tonnage of Gold-Bearing Rock
h Eirposed in the Dewey Group.
A special correspondent of the En-
1 gineerlng and Mining Journal, New
i York, who has been studying conditions
!' at Thunder Mountain, Ida., saya of
1 them as they are revealed In the Dewey
' mine, at which a stamp mill is now bc-
1 Ing operated;
' "The ore lies along a contact of dark
and white porphyrltlc material, the
former carrying the principal values.
Muqh of the ore resembles a conglomc
1 rate, with small pebbles within a dark
j mass. The gangue Is cut in all dlrec
y Hons by seams and cleavages and the
free gold is most conspicuous In these
f crevices. There is some gold, however,
v, 1 disseminated through all the vein mat-
''''A. ler, the entire mass being milled. A
yfit recovery of from S3 to 85 per cent of the
it; total value is made on the amalgamat
" ' ing plates. The ore mills from $S to ?12
per ton, and Superintendent E. Haug
states that the cost of mining and mill
ing, including development, has, thus
far, not exceeded 51 per ton. The tall
j Ings run $1.50 to ?2 per ton. There Is a
1 "j, peculiar occurrence of bodies of char
coal. In form resembling Ions, in various
, slopes. The charcoal Is a perfect pro-
I duct, and usually has gold particles dls-
I semlnated through It. There are about
; 4000 feet of development In the mine."
. Reference Is made to a number of
I other properties. Including the Sunny-'
side and its high-grade ores.
1,1 Naildriver's Clean Up. '
i A carload of high-grade ore now in the
l :, Naildriver's bins at Park City will be
jj sent to market the present week, and
' -jl while the forces have been greatly re-
j" duced, at least a few men will bc kept
i'i on exploratory work, says a report from
, ij , camp.
I? AMONG UTAH'S IRONS,
j Consummation of Present Plans
Means Much for Commonwealth.
',! It would be idle gossip to attempt an
; , estimate of the iron tonnage to bo found
j, In this iron region, but enough is there
V to lust for generations, and enough to
supply the greatest iron plant of ihe ago
,ii for decades to come, writes W. S. Zehrlng
t 'j. In a contribution to the Mining World of
! Chicago on tlic Iron fields of this State.
;tj It Is onlyqulto recently that the gon-
1 ernl public ha3 been given an Inkling of
I. the great iron deposits to b3 found In
r Utah, and even the people of Utah are
I hardly alive to the fact that nno of the
1 -j( largest and best Iron deposits of the coi n-
i try is to hi- found there. One can hardly
( ,fj reallzo what the full development of these-
i resources will mean to Utah and Us
1 'j commercial Interests, and those of this
" Jntermountaln region. The carrying out
, r 1 of the plans now proposed vUl make Utah
!' one of the great Iron centers of the world
,1 i;," nolh with rcsard to the mining of Iron
ore anuthc manufacturing of Iron pro-
, I duels.
I , i In connection with thoMron Industry, Uio
coal fields must not be overlooked, as
V, coal and coke will lie noeiifwi in i-mi
I1 M iiunntltlea when the manufacture of Iron
. 2 begins. The coal resources of Utah are
1 ;lt Immense. Tho coal Is bitumlnouB, rnd
, :, large bodies oflt show a very dcslrablo
' -jj grade for coking purposes,
i ' l( The ore deposlta, covering a distance cf
about fifteen miles, with a width of about.
I . J threo miles, are prominently exposed at
. three points. The ore Is principally a
I'I "oft red and brown hematite, easily h:m-
. ; :i died by the steam shovel, excepting vhoro
i - ii 3 the hard magnetic ore Is found, hls lat-
I . t'T being found where blow-outs cccur.
i "j !1 About 25 per cent of the ore Ih Bessemer.
i i t but by mixing the ores U1I3 percontac"
'I can be materially Increased in the pro-
ll .. .( cess of manufacturing. The ore runs about
, 'S CO per cent metallic Iron, and carries a 1 ut
' 1 an average of 7 per cent silica, while
l b' tho limestone adjacent has all tho neceo-
1 ii 'jl fl,xry uuallflcatloiiH for a propsr llux.
Ii I i fpp Vs'' -imorlcaa.
: !, r-ta ?i.oo to ss.oo
I! ! j iJj Records Don't Come Off
V 'l Till they puy. Merchants' Protective
.1 If! Aaan. Rating Books for Salt Lake City,
f , !' Ogden City, Park City, Boise City,
" j :jy Honolulu City, tell.
H '! '-!) Not? Sun Typewriter, S40.
j Carbony, rlbbona for all machines.
Hl 'j . Pembroke sells tbera,
DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Condition of tho Traders Quito OTirm,
Though Transfers Were LIgh$.
The day on tho mining exchange closed
with tho Halo of 28,510 shares of stock, for
510H.25. and with tho traders generally
maintaining a firm stand. May Day,
which sold up to SV at the morning es
oion, succumbed to the heavy oa'erlngs of
tho afternoon, although tho cloao was on
a transfer at while Sacramento crept
up to 12 cents, with Star Con. maintaining
a position around 1U. The Judge- did
some business at $1.50. while Victoria of
Tintlc came out to a bid of J1.02V6. with
Columbus In good demand nt $1.20. Utah
of Fish Springs, which has been Idle for
so long, consented to fill an order for a
small lot at -12 cents, while Now York
changed hands at 276, with Little Chi'"
going at a cenL Daly West, which will
pay Us sharoholdors 572.000 tomorrow, wad
an offering at $14.70. nnd Mammoth, whose
fleck will divide $20,000. at $1.50, whllo $3.50
was bid for Grand Central, the day clos
ing on tho following market:
I ATM. II 1'. M-
1 Bid. ABkcd i Bid. Askcd
AJax $ .07a$ $ .07$
Alice ,15 2t
Boston Con . &.37 .' C.C0
Bull.-Beck .. 1.C0 1.00 l.iO
Ben Butler; 10'A .C9V .JOVi
Carlsa ... L. .00 03 -12
Century 32r 31
Creole W JO
Con. Morcur. .27 .31
Daly 2.20 2.35 2.20 2.3o
Daly-Judge 4.25 4. CO
Daly West U.S7 14 .M
E. (c B. B... .75 .So .72V6
Galena 02 .02
Grand Cent.. 3.M 4.2o 3.50 1.2o
Goldflcld-B . .01;s .OS .Olvs .OS
Horn Silver . 1.25 1-2j
Joe Bowers OOVa
Little Bell .. .20
Little Chief . .01 .01', -OO-.s .01
L Mammoth 20
Mont. Ton 2.00 1.S5 1.09
Mammoth.... 1.25 1.52 1.4214 1.E0
May Day ... .03 .OSVj .07 .OS
Mar. Wash . .C0K .01 .00 .01
New York .. .02 .03Vi ,-02-.i
Ontario 3.50 3.o0 4.Df
Petro 03 .08 .OS
Rccco-11 10 0 .
Swansea ... .20 .40 JO
S. Swansea . ;03 .OVA -r
Spcramento . .10 .12',fc .11 ,..12
Silver King . 43.00 ........ 4S.OT ao.00
Stnr Cons .. .14 .14.4 Mi Mb
Silver Shle'.d. .03 .01 ..03
Tcnopah . .. 7.75
Tftro 20 -20 .20 .23
Unlt'd Slates 20.M ........ 20.o0
Uncle Sam .. .22 .23 .22 . 22
Utah 5 -io
Victoria .... 1.00 1.05 l.M ........
Victor 0114, .02 .01 ,02
Yankee Con. I .31 - -3j I
Dalv West. 10 at $14.75.
Mav Dav. 500 at Sc: 2500 at Sc.
rtdh. 2W nt 42e.
Victoria. 2CO at Sl.02.
Shares sold. S410.
Selling value, SCS9.
May Dav, 500 at Side; C000 at Sc.
Sacramento. 1000' at 12c. '
Star '.Consolidated, 2000 at 14V;c: 1C00 at
Shares sold. KCO.
Little Ohlef. 1500 at lc.
New York. 1000 nt 2c
Star Consolidated. 1500 at 14c.
Uncle Sam. 500 at 22c. '
Shares sold. 4500. -
Selling value. S3S3.75.
Columbus Con.. 100 at $1.21; 100 at $1.20.
Daly-Judge, 100 at $4.45; W) at $1.50.
May Day. 1000 at 7c; 2000 at 7c; KX-0
at 7iic; 1000 at 7c, seller sixty days; 4700
Sharca sold, 11. 100.
Selling value. $1951.50.
Ores and Bullion.
In the oro and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $71,400. McCornlck
& Co. reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, S35.S00: gold bullion,
S24CO; gold, silver, lead and copper ores,
'20.200. - '
"in the metal market silver ruled at 5C?i
cents an ounce, lead at' 53.50-ft-S4.2O per
hundred pounds and casting copper at
11 cents a pound.
Boston Closed Strong.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Sept. 13. The Boston market
shown! considerable selling pressure in
spots, but these stocks were well taken
and prices closed fairly strong under the
lead of Copper Range. In fact, during the
last few minutes of tracMng qulto an ef
fort wa3 made to advance prices. Tho
market closed In good tone. Hornblower
& Weeks, brokers, 53 State street, Bos
ton, and 10 Wall street, cw York, fur
nished the following Quotations:
' Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalg .-..2.S10 ?5S.25 $57.25 $57.S7
Bingham 4Ef. 27.50 27.00
Haly West SOD 11.50 ,
Mcrcur CC0 0.30 0.2S
Mexico 11.25 10.75
Utah 3.05-1 41 25 40.25 40.75
United States ..3.077 20.50 10.75 20.00
Curb Boston, $G.Mftfi.75.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 13. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wore as follows:
Andes 5 -18 Justice ..00
Belcher 31 Mexican ..:
Best & B 1.20 Occl. Con 75
Bullion 23 0phlr ....2,20
Caledonlav V Overman 22
Challenge C 21 PotosI 12
Chollar , .13 Savage IS
Confidence .05 Scg. Belcher 12
C, Cal. & V..... 1.10 Sierra .Nov 33
C. Imperial 01 Silver Hill ..... .49
Crown Point 15 Union C 40
Exchequer CO Utah Con 11
Gould & C. .10 Yellow J 17
Hale & N 50
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS. .
Adams Con 5 .2 Little Chief 05
Alice 45 Ontario 3.50
Brccco 15 Ophlr 2.15
Brunswick C 15 Phoenix 13
Comatock T 10 Potosi 11
Con. C. & V.... 1.00 Savago IS
Horn Sliver 1.55 Sierra Nov 30
Iron Silver 1.70 Small Hopes .... .-23
Leadvlllo C a: Standard l.tO
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 1.67 Michigan .... 0.50
Allouez 12.25 Mohawk .... 45.50
Amnl 57-G2 M. C. & C 5.75
Aul- Zinc .... ll.S7 Old Dom 11.50
Atlantic 12.75 Osceola J 79.03
Bingham .... 27.00 Parrot 21.50
C. & II. ...5103515.00 Shannon .... 4.00
Centennial .. 27.25 Tamarack ... 117.00
Copper R 58.25 Trinity G.G2
Daly West .. 14.00 U. S. Mln. .. 19.S7
Dom. Coal .. 57.50 U. S. Oil .. 11.50 "
Franklin S.50 Utah 40.75
Grancy 2 S7 Victoria 3. 50
iBlcRoynlo .. lfi.37 Winona 9.00
Mass. Mln... 3. GO Wolverine 92.00
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
Salt- Lake City.
Fall term begins September 19.
Registration, September 1C and 17.
Thorough college courses In arts and
sciences; and in mining, electrical,
civil, and mechanical engineering.
Normal and kindergarten courses.
Full particulars free.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
THE TRIBUNE MEWS STANDS.
BOSTON-Crawford. Parker. Mw.
CHICAGO-Andltorlum. Groat North
ern. Paln-cr House.
KANSAS CITY-Mldland. Coatco.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclua. a. 1
Gardner. C05 Spring Street
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impel 1
al. Astor House. .
OMAHA Tho Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUrs-PlanlcrR". Southom.
PAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Ralelph.
Hofliana of topi
Holds Its Annual
Report of the President on Physical
Conditions With Donald Gillies
as tho Now Manager.
To the story of Tonopah's stupen
dous resources and the extraordinary
volume of gold and silver It Is finally
prepared to add to the nation's sup
ply, the report submitted by Charles
E. Knox, at the annual meeting of the
Montana-Tonopah Mining company In
this city during the day. added splen
did emphasis, and while the contents
of the company's treasury were much
less than that exploited by the inex
perienced, the wealth exposed under
ground was a surprise for which the
uninitiated were scarcely prepared.
The Montana of thai phenomenal camp
is a youngster. It Is but two years ago,
indeed, that lis development began,
and yet the exhibit yesterday by Its
management tells of ore of the value
of S3.1G2.G55 now awaiting reduction.
Nor does this Include all that has been
exposed. On the contrary the manage
ment, with a conservatism so superla
tive that it does the mine, perhaps, an
injustice, has in hi3 computations de
clined to consider the value of ores
into which a winze has been dropped
for S5 fect below the GOO-foot level and
at which level his computations ceased.
The ores now exposed aro divided Into
two classes. Of the first classP there
are 14.1GG tons, of the net value of
$93.25, or $1,331, S05; of the second class,
70.S34 tons, of a net value of $25, or
$1,770,850; these deductions based on re
sults derived from sales to the smelter.
During the year the management op
ened up no les3 than 4S2S feet of earth,
with a total of 7337 for the tw6 years.
Of this an unusual percentago was in
ore, one of the most Impressive
stretches extending for 200 feet along
the 6trlke of the Macdonald lease,
which has maintained an average
width of 12 feet. From the ores sold
during the year there was derived
$201,000. shipments, however, having
been confined to actual working re
oul regents, while on July, after an
all-rail outlet had been assured, pro
duction was practically suspended and
the resources applied to a campaign of
development, which has culminated In
such excellent results On September
7, after serious delays Incurred by
washouts along the road, shipments
were resumed and the earnings from
n,ia firriA will be continuous.
In concluding hlo report President
Knox soys the crosscut on the 7G5-foot
level Is advancing with every assur
ance that it will soon connect with an
ore body larger than any hitherto en
countered, and while this will neces
sitate the sinking of a new shaft 500
feet north of the present one, with the
present tonnage of ore it will not pre
vent the distribution of dividends dur
ing the year. This shaft will connect 1
with tho Macdonald ledge. 970 feet be
low Ihe surface, while a recent devel
opment in the North Star shows ore
In the Montana's south ledge, 150 feet
below the 7G5-foot level In the Mon
tana. With the report those present
were manifestly pleased.
A resolution by Barton PIttman re
quiring quarterly reports on the finan
cial and physical condition of the
mines was rejected on a vole of G93.394
to 11,011. t , m
In tho election the following ofTlcers
and directors were chosen:
Charles E. Knox, president; A. C.
Ellis, Jr., vice-president; R. P. Dunlap,
secretary and treasurer; George F.
Bodgett, second vice-president; Charles
E. Morris, C. W. Whitley. George S.
Nixon and George A. Bartlelt
At the organization of the board
Donald B. Gillies of Butte. Mont., was
selected as general manager and su
perintendent. Lie has had much expe
rience and his selection will elicit the
approval of every interest.
NEW YORK'S ANNUAL.
The Contingent From Park City
Walks Away With Organization.
The ofilclal residence of the New
York Bonanza Mining company will,
in future, be at Park City. This was
nraetlcallv nirreed at the annual meet
ing of shareholders at the local offices
In this city yesterday. Indeed tho in
terests from camp, with alliances that
it had been able to effect in this city,
swept everything, the election of di
rectors resultlne; os follows: M, J. Mc
Glll, S. W. Piatt nnd Julluo Frankel.
Park City, Mrs, M. V. Rodgers and
Dr. A. J. Shores, Salt Lake City. The
new board, u strong one, will meet for
organization at a later day.
The financial statement submitted at
the meeting yesterday showed receipts
during the year amounting to S12.S22.14,
with a balance In the treasury amount- ;
Ing to $77.5S. In the disbursements
$24,455.87 was paid out for labor, while
of the receipts $071,14 was derived from
sales of ore that were made at Inter
vals while the search for the main ore
bodies wac being prosecuted.
A report by Manager R. G. Wilson
dealt with the development and vol
ume of work that was done during the
year, and In concluding It says the
mine is In bettor physical condition
than ever before.
New Book Bindery.
FIrst-clas-s bank and commercial work.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
Try Council Liquor House for- wine
and liquor. Lowest prices and first
class goods. 10 E. 1st So. st.
C. BONETTI, Propr.
For fine room?, 22 E. Third South.
Colinental of Alia
to Have a ill
Ground Broken at Camp Yesterday
. Morning With Plant to Be Com
pleted This Season.
With which to recover the wealth of
300,000 tons of milling ore that has long
been blocked out in the properties of
the Continental Alta mines ut Alta, the
company will, without delay, equip it-
self with an up-to-date concentrator. 1
To that end the breaking of ground was
begun yesterday morning under the
supervision of Thomas Stringer, a me
chanical engineer, whose skill Is re
flected In a number of efficient plants
In the State, and who aesurcs Manager
Henry M Crowthcr that It shall be
ready to go Into commission within thr
ncxt ninety days.
Preliminary to active construction
Alanager Crowther ha been for several
months devising methods that would
be positively adapted to the require
ments of the ore in question, and
verifying retnilts. his recommendations
to the company have been promptly
approved.- The first unit In the new
plant will have a capacity of 100 tons
dally; others to be added as conditions
rhall require, tho only material depar
ture from methods now in general us.
said Manager Crowther, the cmnU
ment of the canvas table and filter
presu with which to recover from the
slln-.er. and which devices have been
tried out by him at the company's ex
perimental plant, with the most satis
factory results. In this department. In
deed, about 40 per cent of the orev will
be treated. From ore?, the native value
of which varies from $8 to $12 per ton.
he ha.i demonstrated conclusively that
1 a iro?t valuable product may be dc
I rived and with this he will hasten the
equipment to enrllent completion pos
sible. With which to provide power
1 for Hip plant a water right acquire-'
some time ago by the management will
' be harnesd up. while, with which to
j economically transport the ores between
the mines and mill an aerial tramway
will be constructed. Nothing. Indeed,
that can reduce the cost of operation
ha? been overlooked by the manage
ment, while all Alta will rejoice that be
fore the close of the year two modern
mills will be in operation there.
Annual Meeting of the Flock and Ee
port of the Management.
The Tetro Mining company of Tintlc
during the anniversary which ended at
the annual meeting of shareholders yes
terday, marketed ores for which it
received S63.551.S0, paid three divi
dends amounting to $3000. and begins
ito near year with a balance of S27.S02.23
in the treasury. It was the first regu
lar meeting of shareholders, at which
2S3.72G shares of a total of 2S7.3GG issued,
were represented, since January 1S0S.
The report by James A. Pollock, presi
dent and general manager, which was
made to comprehend that entire In
terval, showed that the receipts during
It amounted to $13o,G77.S3, of which $70,
2G1.17 was derived from assessments,
the remainder from sales of ore.
Reporting on conditions at the mine
in Tintlc, Manager Pollock charac
terized them as very satisfactory,
while this will be emphasized on Oc
tober 1, when another $3000 distribution
will be made.
The election of directors resulted as
follows, olllcers to be chossn at a later
day: James A. Pollock, C. H. McMa
hon, Ernest Williams, George P. Hol
man and Thomas G. WImmer.
Reports from the local offices Indicate
that the management of the Mammoth
will havo tho mill in commission aga'n
tho present week.
C. W. Whitley, manager of the Ameri
can Smelting and Refining company, has
gone to New York to confer with the
A letter from J. R. Davis of Goldficld
to A. H. Mayno of this city reports tho
discovery of $500 ore In tho Lake George
at that camp, whoso boom Is growing
Barton PIttman, who came over from
Tonopah to participate In the annual
meeting of Montana-Tonopah, will luuvo
for camp again today. Mr. PIttman has
many valuable Interests at Gokllleld In
the future of which camp he expresses
The consignment of gold dust from the
Overland of Sunshine, which was settled
for yesterday, ottered- evidence of succesa
that was quite encouraging and the cam
paign will continuo under Mr, Clark's di
rection Tho Utah C6pper company of Bingham
will reach the Bingham Con.'s furnaces
with three more cars of high-grade con
A trial lot of "Garrison" concentrates
showing 5.S2 ounces gold, with frncllonal
values in silver, was sold on yesterday')
John A. Klrby. general sunerlntonrlont
of the Daly West, was In the city during
the day.Waltcr Smith, chief stenograph
er' In the offices of the American Smelting
and Refining company, has sought tho
hills for a well-earned vacation of .wu
David Lennon, the efficient superintend
ent of the Black Diamond mines at Stock
ton, left for camp again yesterday morn
Inc. J. E. Hill, Jr., manager of the Pittsburg
In Big Cottonwood, has gone to the mine
C. H. Doolltllo, manager of the Dlxlo
mines and furnaces out of St. George, Is
I In the city again to confer with Treasurer
T. W, Farnum, Just arrl-cd from Con
E. H. Dewey of tho Great Dewey mines
and mill at Thunder mountain. Ida., wsia
among yesterday's visitors from the
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'A ti3 we carry u full assortment of I:
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S. E. Corner MahaMff
$a . South Streets, W
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g 100 and 1825.
Peaches and melons!
served all day withotrca
and without prica. ,
Basehnll Games in afca
and dancing nt nightba
celebrated Academy o'KS
and Dancing, also a pa
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the renowned Utah slqc
Special rates on rfi
from Salt Lake City rjj
intermediate points, jj
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Brigham City. '
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That's our new specialty for miners' use. Itisasw
shape barrow, made in both wood and iron, stwsj'
braced and built for rough service. See it in ounvindn
We also have a full line of other standard barrowsi:
' miners' tools and supplies of all kinds.
I APPEAL TO MEP
I Men Who Suffer From Waste of Strenlt
X SL jS Nervous Debility, Varicocele, Early Df
t BIW V y cay' Rheumatism, Weak Back,
X Ibl A r1 ' . Stomach and Kidney Trouble.
T SM NO MAN SHOULD BE WEAK; NO atAN SHOULD SUFFER THE
t 9 lhat vltal dement which renders lire worth living. No man shodd w?r&
I become less a man than nature Intended him; no man should sifter wr is,
t J hla youth. .hen there is at hand a certain cure for his weakness a cneci." ,
T J&v r slro"Kth. ,t
33'3ft r Most or the palnn, most of tho weakness of stomaoh, heart brain
jl&tt&Sffiffi&Tk-iQ ,m ,whlch men suffer are due to an early loss of nature's reserve P0--,,
" VT Ste? mistakes of youth. You need not suffer for this. You can bo restore ,
1 J tt&sr element which you have lost you can iret back, and you may lc as capr
T 5y?H?5 raan t,ml hves.
X I .iiMyuEI,cclr.,,cJBcl.t' w,th Special Electric Suspensory, will restore your
P- SaO 1UT c.hoeck all drains, and give back the old vigor of youth oi psfl
T JlWk Jha ?ur,e(l thousands or men who havo squandered tt d s-V'1" 01 1 f
4- l r$$St 7 useless doctoring. . ; , Ji
VVSv 1 rrnIyubrCil ,8,lcn3y to use; put it on when you go to bed; you feel the ; Ci
t XI &n Jli?,?J "G,0T bur". s in old-ntyle bolts); nnd you reel tho ner ffi.
I olid "owing Into them. You get up In tho morning fetllns kf 1 j.
f A. V I the' vlgor'oM-ou ? h fccl3 Q3 3lron as he d,d at ThQt
X fm m IVaSS Pa,ns' Lumba' K,dne' 7r0Ublc 11 ' i
t jill,! J IMPOTECY, VABICOCELE AND GENERAL DEBILIT J
X Illm f U, McLaughlin:- ' Millard CouV
fll 111 fcfSy mvuinf'r1!11?1 SUre that 1 nm completely cured, for I not fel rA
4- K, M g m ??f(i(hini rn i assure jou that I congratulato myself or naV'n,tto evfff
I t' U m M . rnonf 1 remcc,y as your Bolt. I shall recommend the troatmen .
4- SSS. Xi. mect ":ur ItAF.
t xrr LUMBAGO, BHEUMATISl AND LIVER THOUELE. ,J
Dr. McLaughlin: , ,... March L.y
4- Dear Sir: I received tho Belt nn Fcbruarv ion, nn,u. . AV olton' " Ji;Vr riirectlri
I ly. i see a very decided change for tho better I mif ;Y?ncn ,usinTe,U .regularly and rollowln? you jlf
f Ing, and the pains In my back havo gone. I believe th ' f,nd'!for I,t,'1 1 UP w,th that .V'IihVr a
b iiu., x oeueo the Belt will mako a now man of me altcRCthor jjN,
Yours truly, - S. B. VOu
t youYlr rvoTuV'tus arc' I hlnk I can give you the .ddftj
I Every man who ever used It rccomnTonas It u iCr man of thcni 3 a walking advcrtls?mont m1V
f aro the most grateful because the cure "coats so m ft honest. It docs great work, and those whom ,l
i. Every man who uses my Belt Rota th. nrivini i . .,. uif"
t can give you, and a lot that he can't. nnd counsel of a physician free. I give you ad that an
J- Try my Belt. Write me today ror my bcautir-im. m.. . . . ru u afl&ti
I lots or good reading for men who want te i be "'TsWacvrt P00k wlth cuts showing now my AXlfXl
l boot, gealcd, free. D0 lfe Aobleat Work of God," A MAN. Inclose this ad. ar.a B
; dr. m. t. Mclaughlin 931 steentH &t?o&
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