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1 . ttLossix THE SALT LAKE TEIBdNE. BotBbday uoama g, oc. I
II Mines and Prospects Furnaces and Mills "
Big Lead Channel
in the Centennial
Fifteen Feot of the Metal Now In the
j Lower Workings of the Tin-
j tic Bonanza.
Among the most conspicuous units In
the volume of lead ore with which the
lead-bins at the United States smelter
are being filled at present is that which
comes from none other than the com
I rnny's Centennial Eureka mines at
I Tintlc, notwithstanding their prestige
among the producers of copper, gold
and silver, with lead for a number of
j years down there practically extinct.
I It was about ninety days ago that in
extending the 1400-foot level Into the
zone a channel of lead ore, as
well defined as are those from which
it had hitherto been excluded, was un
expectedly tapped. That it would dis
appear as suddenly Supt. Allen was
quite positive. In this, however, he
was agreeably deceived. It has con
tinued, indeed, with the persistency of
the other channels, which are among
the most remarkable in the West, un
til today it has developed a width of
fifteen feet between walls, the ore, In
addition to the lead, silver and gold,
maintaining an average of -I per cent
copper. The occurrence of this vol
ume of lead ore at a depth so great on
the mineral bearing zone at Tintlc con
stitutes one of the most Instructive de
velopments In the old camp. Again, It
Iitpn comes at a period when the company
wta Is prepared to take care of It, the an-
IB alysls, showing a big margin on every
iMi ton that shall be raised. Alongside
BBS the ore of this claim is what is classl-
Mt ficd as the "copper ores," although
jSI gold and sliver are each prominently
Jffu associated with that metal and the
nSfJ condition throughout is one of decided
IftX interest to the talent in that locality.
1MB. KIRBY RESIGNS.
Will Serve Daly West in Future Only
in Advisory Capacity.
The announcement was made by
President J. E. Bamberger of the
Daly "West on the eve of his departure
for California yesterday that John A.
Klrby had retired from the active su
perlntendency of that Park City
bonanza, that will be served by
him In future as consulting
engineer. As his successor un
der ground Jasper McKaskell, who has
been serving the company as assistant
superintendent, has been designated,
the change occurring on October 1. Mr.
Kirby was appointed general superin
tendent of the Daly West with the in
coming of the present administration.
With his achievements since every In
terest In the company Is familiar. The
record made by him was bucIi as to
recommend him as one of the . ablest
of miners. In seeking his release Mr.
Klrby has been Influenced by the con
dition of his health and interests re
quiring personal attention. He de
departed for southern Nevada yester
day to conduct an examination of min
ing property which was recently com
mended to Mr. Bamberger, and to
whom he will report In San Francisco.
His successor at the Daly West Is a
worthy one and upon his selection the
management Is to be congratulated.
EMMA AND FLAGSTAFF.
Final Examination to Bo Made of
Properties at' Alto.
The final examination of the Emma
and Flagstaff mines at Alta, under an
option running in favor of a syndicate
which is characterized by John C. Stll
vell as a wealthy one. will bo Inaugurat
ed next week and prosecuted to earliest
possible completion. It was to receive
the expert who has been commissioned
to mako the final examination that Mr.
Stllwoil dropped, down from camp yes
terday, and while ho refused positively
to divulge the name of the gontlcmnn,
It Is said of him that ho is among the
more prominent in the profession. The
old properties from whose ledges so many
millions were coaxed in early days have
been sampled by two sets of experts un
der the option, and the approaching ex
amination should decide the fato of tho
The motor upon which the manage
ment of the Columbus Con. has been
waiting is now In transit, said Mr. Stll
wellr and with it installed tho new con
centrator will go Into commission, whllo
dirt is flying on the site on which the
Continental's plant 1b to bo reared and
the completion of the latter promises to
bo with a rush. Much interest Is also
manifested In the tramway which has
been designed by Manager Crowthcr, as
he has assured his neighbors that It sha'l
bo at their service In tho transmission of
At the Quincy work Is progressing with
unrolaxcd zeal, as It Is at the properties
of the Kenneboe company, whllo several
aro now prospecting tho camp for bar
gains. Mr. Stllwoil will leavo for camp again
the last of the week and hopes to have
something definite to report iu the Flag
staff and Emma deal at tho conclusion
of tho next examination.
MB. NEWHOUSE BETTJBNS.
Will Apply Himself to Local Inter
ests for Indefinite Period.
Hon. Samuel Ncwhouse came In from
New York last night, after a pilgrimage
through Europe, during which ho met not
a few who have been his associates In
ho crystallzation of enterprises that had
Ihelr Inception In this State. Of local in
terests he was not prepared to speak at
length, owing to his protracted absenco
from tho aceno of operations. Ho comes
back to remain indefinitely, however anil
to tho cqulpmont of the great KcwhoOso
mines at tho camp which bears his name
tho Boston Con. and othor Interests will
give his undivided attention.
Im Bad Tenants Evicted 1
M and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
flfl tectlve Association Francis G-. Luke
W& General Manager,' Top Floor Commer
IH f Qfr" American
IH European HOTEL
HI 1,00 to f3,00 '
DAT ON 'CHANGE.
Con. Mercur Does Some Sprinting,
With Traders Quito Steady.
Tho day on tho Mining Exchange closed
on tho salo of 21,400 shares of stock for
which $7,75S.3 was paid and with the
traders generally holding tholr own. Con.
Mercur, for which heavy buying orders
havo been on tho hook for somo time,
Gold up to S5 cents and closed with that
price hold out to It, whllo Daly-Wcflt was
freely started up to 513.75 on the an
nouncement that there had been a change
In tho suporlntcndcncy. Century rocord
cd a transfer at 37 cents, with Sacramento
coming out in considerable volume to
bids around 12V, while May Day advanced
at the closo to 13& and Totro to 2u. Mam
moth was again In good demand and
closed on a bid at J1-7G, while Grand Cen
tral declined to play at less than 1.20.
Ontario, from which tho most favorablo
reports continue to come, was followed
up to 1 In the sparring, whllo Silver
King was an, offering at 55 and Boston
Con at $7, tho day closing on tho follow
A. M. II P. M.
I Did. lAslted.H Hid Aaked.
AJax ? 5 .15 $ $ .12
Alice 30 30
Boston Con. C.25 7.25 6.25 7.00
But-Lib MM .09 .0314
Carlsa 10U .12
Century 36 .36 .35 .37
Con. Mercur. .31 .33 .35 .3(5
Daly .. ..... 2.07 3.15 2 05 2.15
Daly West .. 13.C0 13.90 13.70 14.00
Daly-Judgo . 4.20 4.50 4.25 4.60
E & B B... .GO 50
Grand Con... 3.S5 4.25 3.75 4.50
Gldfld Bon.. .01 ;6 01
Horn Silver . 1.40 1.40
lm Tint m Qrt ST.
Llttlo Bell 05
Llttlo Chief. .01 .OlUl :01V$ .01
Lower Mam .02 .10
Mont Ton .. 1.72& l.SS 1.72& 2.00
Mammoth .. 1.75 2.00 1.7G 2.00
May Day ... .12Vi .12, .13 .1314
M Wash 0014 .01 01
McNamara . .35 . 50 .32 .60
New York... .02 .03 .01?i .02ft
Ontario 4. CO 4.50 4.00 4.50
Sunshine 01 .02
Swansea 20 .-42 .20 .45
5 Swansea.. .03 .15 .03 .OS
Sacram'to .. .12 .12 .12& .13
Silver King.. 49.00 55.00 49.00 65.00
Star Con ... .14 .14 .14 .14
Silver Shield 01 .05
Tonopah ( S.00 3.50 7.60
Tetro 21 .25 .25 .25
Ton Bel 50 .70 . 55 . 60
Ton Exten .. 1.35 1.00 2.50
Ton Mid 45 45
U S 21.25 22.03 21.00 22.00
Undo S Con. .23U .23 .23 .23
Utah 36 ,
Victoria 1.15 .90 1.10
Yankee Con.f .32 .35 .3H4 -35
THIS MORNING'S SALES.
Daly West. 150 at 513 25, soller sixty
days; 100 at 513 35, seller sixty days.
May Day, 50CO at IS&c; 100 at 12c; 2300
Sacramento, 1000 at 12ic; 1000 at 12c;
2000 at 12c
Butler-Liberal. 2000 at 9c
Century, 100 at 37c. '
Shares sold, 13.750.
Selling value, $4956.62.
Sacramento. ECO at 12c.
Tetro, 00 at 2lc.
Undo Sam Consolidated, HO at 23V4c
Shares sold, 2100.
Selling value, J452.
Con. Mercur, 100 at 35c: 400 at 35c, seller
30 days; 200 at 35Vic seller 30 days.
May Day, 500 at 13c
Sunshine, 300 at la
Tetro. 500 at 25c
Shares sold. 2000.
Selling value, $42S-G0.
OPEN 'BOARD. v
Butler-Liberal. 1000 at 9c
Daly-West, 100 at $13.75, seller CO days.
May Day. 1500 at 13c
Tetro, 1000 at 25c
Shares sold, 3600,
Selling value, J1921.25.
Monday's transfers on tho San Fran
cisco board were recorded as thev fol
low: Adams. 4200 at Sc; Black Ant. SO00
at ll(510c; Dlamondfleld. 1030 at 43Uf44c;
Goldflcld, 200. at 74c; Jumbo. 600 at 7&fp
79c, MacNamara. 2000 at 37tf?3Sc; 1000 at
40c, buyer 90 days. Montana-Tonopah, COCO
at 51.S0; Belmont, 500 at Clc
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO! Oct. 5,-Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today -were as follows:
Alta $ .11 H & N $ .67
Alpha Con 19 Justlco 10
Andes 30 Mexican 1.33
Belcher 37 Occidental Con . .78
B & B 1 40 Ophlr 2.75
Bullion , .2S Overman 22
Caledonia G3 PotOBl 18
Challenge Con . .25 Savago sc
Chollar 22 Seg Belcher 12
Confidence 1.05 Sierra Nov 45
C C & Va 2.35 Silver Hill
Con Imp 02 Union Con 55
Crown Point ... .17 Utah Con 13
Exchequer 61 Ycl Jacket 25
G & C 23
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .20 Little Chief ....S .03
Alice 25 Ontario 3.E0
Broeco IS Ophlr 2 55
Brunswick C ... .06 Phoenix 14
Comstock T 10 Potosl 15
C C & Va 2.00 Savage 32
Horn Sliver .... 1.50 Sierra Nov 45
Iron Silver 1.75 Small Hopes ... .28
Leadvlllo C 02 Standard 1.90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS,
Adventure 3.87 Michigan ....$ 7.00
Allouez .. .. 13.23 Mohawk .. .. 47.2G
Amalg'd .. .. 60,00 Mont C & C. 4.G24
Amer Zinc .. 11.87 Old Dom ... 20.50'
Atlantic .. .. 13.00 Osceola S2.00
Bingham .... 28.37 Parrot .... .. 24.00
C & H.$520.003o25.00 Quincy .. .. 92.CO
Centennial .. ' 27.87 Shannon .... C.00
Copper R ... 53.00 Tamarack ... 116.00
Daly Wist .. 13 75 Trinity .. ... 7.87
Dom Coal ... 56.00 U S MIn .... 21.12,
Franklin .... 8.25 U S Oil 10 75
Granby .. . 3.50 Utah 41.00
Islo Rovalo . 20.75 Victoria 1,00
Mass Mln ... 4.50 Wolverine .. 9.50
Boston Metal Market Bullish.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, M.-isH.. Oct. 5. Amalgamated
continued Its strength of yesterday, go
ing above 61, and the local market re
sponding accordingly, and somo good
gains were made In several Instances ex
tending to a full point. Shannon, Bing
ham and Centennial wero the principal
features of tho day, and trading was
heavy In them at times. As was said In
yesterday's letter, the metal market Is
becoming more and moro of a bullish ar
gument and prices of the copper shares
aro In most cases very cheap, from which
fact only one deduction can bo made,
namely, the prospect for a broadonlng.
strengthening, good, old-fashioned bull
market In tho near future. Horn blower
6 Weeks, brokers, 63 State strcot, Boston,
and 10 Wall street, New York, furnish tho
Sale.t. High. Low. Close.
Amalg'd .. ..7,357 J61.0U 559.50 500.50
Bingham .. ,.3.133 28:37 27.00 23.37V-
Daly West .. 150 14.00
Mercur 500 . 40 , . ....
Utah 1.607 41 37 40.50 41.00
U. S 1,255 21 37 21.12
Curb Boston, J6.50.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Groat North
ern, Palmor Hougo.
DENVER 'Brown lNiIaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus,' B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS Wost Hotol.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imporl
al, Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST LOUIS PlantorH'. Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotol Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Ralolgh.
The Galena King
Has New Strike
Ono Moro Disclosure Added to Stock
ton's Long List Sensational Oro
in tho Honerine.
Tho Interval between strlkos at Stock
ton Is shortening Into every shift, with
everything to foretell an output of ore
that shall ultimately compare with the
most productive of Utah's camps. On
the properties of tho Galena King the
management has just tapped a new
channel on the 900-foot loved, said Capt.
MacVichie, who was In receipt of sam
ples from It yesterday, and while tho
extent of It had not been defined when
the report closed, in the exordium ite
presents all the characteristics of the
main channel 100 feet above, where the
ore continues unbroken for a distance
of 225 feet. Of this, however, the new
channel, according to advices from the
mine, is Independent, the first samples
taken from the face of the level show
ing 35 per cent lead, with 15 ounces sli
ver per ton. The development on the
800 is one of the most powerful that
has been recorded In the old camp, the
ores at one point showing a width of
twenty feet between walls, with every
atom of it showing a commercial value.
Of this ore thirty tons are coming dally
to the furnaces of the American Smelt
ing and Refining company, while pro
jected equipments will enable the
management to at least double this
C. H. Schcu, one of the originators of
the Honerine Mining company, of
was at his desk again yesterday after
an Inspection of the strike on the 900
foot level In that property, tells of tho
presence of ore that affords as much
as 73 per cent lead, with 29 ounces sli
ver per ton, while tho general average
as a most gratifying one. Through
sixteen feet of this ore the level ad
vanced when the dyke was encountered,
and upon the cast side of this, through
which a hole Is now being puncher,
connection will be made with the chan
nel opened up on the SOO-foot level. Cer
tainly conditions at the Honerine are
assuring, and the output a few months
hence should justify its shareholders
In looking forward to dividends.
Interesting1 Statement Comes From
the Company's Fiscal Agents.
A statement of which local interests in
the Majestic company aro In receipt and
which Issues, with the approval of tho
now board of directors, from tho fiscal
agents In Hartford. Conn., shows that
slnco August. 1902, and to September 30
191, there has been expended On equip
ments and work under ground as much
as 1518.430.12. Tho Itemized exhibit re
veals the following:
Mining claims purchased $ 20.000.00
Cost of general equipment of tho
Hickory. Harrington - Hickory
and Vlcksburg mines ...... 52.953.15
Railroad spur from Old Hickory 7.857.07
Cost of smelters complete 199.059. S4
Reservoir, stores, stables, board
ing and bunk houses, black
smith shops, etc 29.321.36
O. K. underground development
Old Hickory underground devel
opment work 67,666.51
Harrington - Hickory under
ground development work 5S.892.59
Vlcksburg underground develop
ment work 15,612.15
The outstanding Indebtedness of tho
company on October 1, tho present year,
was 5300,000. the greator portion of this
held by the trustees of tho Defense
Fund, with tho understanding that It
shall bo canceled by bonds of tho com-
Rany at par Tho now board of directors
as concluded that over and above tho
present Indebtedness, which will be can
celed by. say. $300,000 bonds, ?200.000 will
be sufficient to .enable thorn to carry out
tho Underground development work and
to sccuro all the- necessary supplies to
put tho smelting plant in operation early
In 1905, Therefore nbt more than 5500,000
worth of bonds will bo sold for the pres
ent. Tho returns on recent consignments of
oro from tho properties out of Mllford
and that arc mado a feature of tho state
mont, shows that 5-1 tons from the O. K.
netted tho company $20.44 per t6n; 55
tons from tho Old Hickory. $12.03. and 55
tons of silver-lead oro from tho Harrington-Hickory.
53.14 per ton.
Accompanying tho manifest is a re
port by Ed F. Freudonthal, manager of
the properties, who says In concluding it
that "the development work has proven
the continuity of oro bodies with their
usual richness, which fact warrants tho
assertion that by continual development
work for ninety days tho smelters can
bo put In commission."
A report by Louis Shattuck Catos, who
has been Identified with tho Boston Con.
of Bingham for some time, Is also sub
mitted to the shareholders, who, In his
"I beg to offer you every reasonablo
assurarco of success, for the mines aro
responding splendidly to the dovolopmont
work carried 011 under Mr. Frcudcn
thal's supervision In Justlco to myself
I wish to s,ay that I havo left out any
attempt to explain the origin, otc, of
tho oro bodies as I tried to mako It as
readable as possible and not too heavy
In technical Information. Tho moro I
think over the O- K. and Old Hickory
mines the stronger conviction I havo that
you are going to develop somo very largo
mines which will astonish you."
Blanks accompanying tho statement by
tho fiscal agonls offered local sharehold
ers an opportunity to subscribe for tho
bonds, tho denomination of which vary
from 550 to 51000 each.
Ores and Bullion. .
In the ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to 564,600. McCor
nlck &. Co. reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, $31,100; gold, silver, lead
and copper ores, $33,200.
In tho motal market silver ruled at 67
cents an ounce, lead at $3.5034.20 per
hundred pounds, and casting copper at
12 cents a pound.
Peep Creek's Ores
Strike in Gardner Group at Oliftqn
Work to Bo Resumed at the
Recent disclosures In the Gardner
properties at Clifton, In the Dcop Creek
country, are among the most substan
tial, as well as among the most sensa
tional In the chronology of that region,
said Dr. H. J. Faust, who arrived from
there during tho day, after an absenco
of several months. "It is Immense," he
added, "and, nearer transportation, the
mines ought to be placed among the
Dr. Faust, who was among the first
to Invade the region In his search for
bonanzas, has for somo time been the
custodian of the Shoba Interests, the ar
rival of L. C. Lawton from Chicago
enabling him to get back to civilization
for a few days at least. While Mr.
Lawton did not divulge all of his plans,
It Is his Intention to do some work un
derground, and that the mill will go
Into commission again In a short time
Is not at all unlikely. This Is, at
least, the Inference with which Dr.
Faust has returned to town.
During his pllgrlmnge the visitor tar
ried for a day or more at the Utah
mine, of which Charles Crlsmon is in
charge. At conditions underground
Dr. Faust confesses his astonishment.
At no period during which he has visit
ed the property, said he, have there been
so many exposures of ore, nor does
he recall a time when so much wealth
was In sight.
That the Gould system is to finally
penetrate the region which has been
pleading so long for a railway Its deni
zens all believe, and many are prepared
to prosecute their researches with In
creased endeavor. The doctor will re
main In the city for some time, and by
a large number of friends is being
most cordially received.
RICHES OF GOLDFIELD.
Another Astonishing Array of Dis
closures in New Camp.
Tho News of Goldflcld. Nov.. telling of
recent developments In that phenomenal
That a mine greater than tho wonderful
Jumbo may yet be opened up In tho Gold
llold district seems too big a thing to
even dream of, must less to expect. But,
nevertheless, from the present showing
iu tho Quartzlto claim of tho Diamond
fiold Mining company, such Is a strong
possibility. At a depth of thirty-six feot
In tho Quartzlto the ledge ha3 been cross
cut for thlrty-slx feot and only one wail
In sight Tho astonishing claim Is made
on good authority that this whole thirty
six feet will averago over $200 per ton.
Wednesday and Thursday three vagon
loads of oro wero shipped out and a largo
number wero still on tlV dump, and nil
this ore was taken from running the
crosscut, no drifting or sloping having
been done. A streak four Inches wide as
says $25,000 to $30,000. Another rich streak
six feot wide will average nearly &00,
whllo tho oro between tho different rich
streaks runs from $30 to $S0 per ion. This
oro Is from tho leaso of A. J. Poak nd
associates and the shaft Is within fifty
feot of Ish's Black Butte claims.
Tho January Is making about Its usual
production of mill and shipping ore, Iho
former being sorted Into two piles, oro
averaging about $60 and tho other $25 per
ton. The first elghtcon days of Septem
ber over $22,000 worth of oro was put
on tho mill dumps.
A rumor hns been current during tho
week that a shipment of twonty-slx
tons from tho Bowes-Kcrnlck lease on
tho Jumbo netted JSl.OOO, after deducting
all charges. Including a $3000 freight bill
At tho hour of going to press hls rumor
could not bo verified, but It Is known that
fourteen tons netted $36,000. Despite the
fact that about an averago of 600 sacks
are shlppod dally from this lease, there
arc now over 9000 sacks plied on the dump
and sacks aro not received fast enough to
take care of all tho oro, many of tho oro
sortors having to be laid off today on that
John W. Brock, president of the To
nopah Mining company, passed through
town yesterday morning on his way to
tho Nevada camp, and after slaughter
ing big game In Wyoming, where he has
been with a party of friends.
E. S. Sears will serve the mining ex
change at the secretary's desk during tho
absence of Secretary James Shorten, tho
lattor leaving for California on Monday
cn a well-earned vacation.
President John Dern of tho Con. Mer
cur und other companies departed hur
riedly for Fremont, Neb., last night, In
response to a message telling of the Ill
ness of Mrs. Dcrn.
Tho managomont of the Mammoth of
Tintlc sold anothor lot of 100 tons of
oro on yesterday's market.
It Is quite well understood that Undo
Sam of Tintlc will pay tho regular divi
dend this month, notwithstanding tho
loss of its shafthouse by fire.
Superintendent Zlegler of tho Ohio Cop
per company was In from Its Bingham
properties during tho day, aocompanleo
by another lot of crude oro running high
In the red motal.
Henry M. Crowthcr, tho energetic man
ager of tho Continental mines at Alta,
departed for camp again yesterday morn
lnc. Prosldont Washington and other officials
of tho Horn Silver left for Its properties
at Frisco last night.
J. W. Calrnes, manager of tho Valen
tine mine at Bingham, Is In town with a
consignment of ore from it.
P. W. Madscn. manager of the Century
mines and mill In Pnrk valley, Is back
from camp, much pleased with conditions
thorc. Ho has another bar of gold bul
lion on the way to the mint
Superintendent II. E. Van Housen of
tho Copper Belt railway was among the
day's visitors from Bingham, and prom
ises tho company another record tho pres
J. B. Thompson, tho woll-known broker
has returned from tho East and Is again
an active figure In the nlL
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L'L. AS 41 W' 2-?d -So- St'
Trado Dollar Extension Mining com
pany. Location of principal placo of bus
tu2:z, Salt Lako City. Utah:
Notice Is hereby given tnat at a. meet
ing of tho board of directors of sala com
pany, hold on tho 15th day of September,
1301 an assessment of ton (MO) cents per
sharo was levied on the outstanding capi
tal stock of thl corporation, payable- im
mediately to tho secretary, at his office,
room No. 100 David Keith building. Salt
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on
tho ISth day of October. 1001. will be de
linquent and advertised for salo at pub
lic auction, and unless paymont Is mado
boforo, will bo sold on tho 9th day of No
vember. 1501, at 2 o'clock p. m. at tho of
fice) of tho company, room No lM. David
Keith building. Salt Lako City, Utah, to
nay tho delinquent assessment togothor
with tho costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. E. G. IvIDDE-R,
01 8IUC Secrotary.
Salt Lako City, Utah. September 16 10OL
First publication. September 17. iwl.
Lust Dublicatlon October 18, 1904. al&g
Wabash Mining CompanyPrlncIpal
plr.co of business. Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notlco. Thcro aro delinquent on tho fol
lowing described stock, on account of
assessment No. 9, levied on tho 22nd day
of August, 1904, the sovcral amounts sot
opposlto tho names of tho respective
No"!1" Name. slVi!;C3' P'b
40. C. R. Chamborlaln 500
SG. Amous Howo 1000 W 00
112. LouLs Bachman 150 7.K)
113. Jesso Bachma:i 22o 11.
127. Chas. Tobias 1000 W.00
1M. Kathorlno Whorrltt .... 100 G.W
JSS. Peter Barton 100 G CO
S50. W. S Barnes 0 2.G0
3S3. C. J Brain &0 2.50
676, Chas. Tobias 333 1-3 16.67
1103. N A. Page ICO 5 00
1112. E. O. Park 500 &.00
1131. Sarah A. Marshall 100 5.00
1277. A. H. Tarbot 1000 G0.00
1421. W. L Carter ICO 5.00
14M. Levy Bottman 100 i 5.00
USl. Irvine Boiiman 100 5.00
14S2 Moses Neuahaum 100 5.00
1516 W. H. Bramol 100 6.00
1575. Louis Schneider 500 25.00
1CS0. W. H. Shoot K o.OO
16S1. W. H. Shcctz 500 2o.00
1719. A. II. Tarbet 1000 50 00
1781. W. A Clark 4C0 20.00
17S1- M. S. Pondergast -413 20. Co
1SC7 H. S Joseph 500 25 0)
And In accordance with law and the
order of tho board of directors mado on
the 22nd day of August, so many
1 shares of each parcel of such stock aH
n.ay be necessary will bo sold at tho of
fices of tho company, room 521, Atlas
block. West Second South street. Salt
Lako City, Utah, on tho 15th day of Oc
tober, 1904. at 1:30 p. m., to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with tho cost
of advertising and expense of sale.
W MONT. FERRY. Socrotary.
Office, 521 Atlas block, Salt Lako City,
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY. Annual Meeting.
Tho annual meotlnc of the stockholders
of Union Pacific Railroad company will
bo held at tho office of tho ornpany In
Salt Lako City. Utah, on TueajW, Octo
ber 11. 1P0I. at 12 o'clock noon, for tho olcc
tlon of fifteen directors of the company,
and for tho transaction of such other
business as may legally como boforo tho
I Tho books for tho transfer of stock
(both common and preferred) will be
closed for tho purposes of the meeting at
tho close of business on Wednesday, Au
gust 31. 1904, and will bo reopened at 10
o'clock a. m. on Wednesday, October 12,
1501. ALEX. MILLAR, Secretary.
"Dated August 22. 1901. al327
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN
The annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Rio Grande Western Railway
company will bo held at tho principal
office of tho company In Salt Lako City.
Utah, on Monday. October 24. 1901. at 12
o'clock noon, for the election of members
of tho board of directors of tho cor.pany
and tho transaction of such othrr busi
ness as may be brought beforo tJs meet
ing. The books for the transfer of stock will
bo clotjed at 3 o'clock p. m. on October
3rd. 1904, and will be opened on tho day
following said meeting or the final ad
STEPHEN LITTLE, Secretary.
September 21st. 1904. a!795
Of Salt Lake, we havo established
a new pioneer price for our Imita
tors to follow.
Thre Cents Per Foot,.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
64 W. 2nd South. 'Phones 768.
H PEERY BROS. MILLING CO.,
!Y0GELER SEED & PRODUCE CO.'"
Distributors of UTAH'S BEST 1
FLOUR, mado by tho Fanners' E
Union Roller Mills. Smlthfleld
Witness the cterk ke wly r fl
tho a, thereof W A T I
September, A. D. i;d' lhl th ii
By David ItA M
ty. State of Utah -in0, 8311 LafcflQ U
and that all erty. wld JiL2i'
before tho Slto'tJla
an order Bhould not I ohow W'
so much as H bo nCTanW toil . l
lowlnc described rea" ?(
county. Utah. "U Cllr. Silt I
83f- D ' ' 'oJjj
vlded 619-10.000 of tho E?iS J&Z
Blue Bell lodo mining claim U I fal S
SM Sd min?naLtS.!
the Becchcr lode mining clkl u iW
S 1 w H.1UBhot0n ,od0 mining clUi t
lnrfi L15,'' lh,e .South Extension ml
lode mining claim. U S. lot 215: thf2 S
extension Blue Bell lode mln&cliS
.i?i?5;, th0 Suth Extension Easts l&
mining claim. U. S. lot 14; the Wi its
lode mining claim, U. S. lot 3723- the
3723. tho Beccher mlllslte. U. S lot B b
(patented as situated In Juab county? 4
actually situated' In Utah county, l"
tho Eaglo mlllalte, U. S. lot 3313 situ
nc Utah county, Utah), for the na
1 ' and upon the following teres
wit: Cash upon confirmation, as app ;n
from the return of sale, filed in this cor n
has been set for hearing on Fridir"!
14th day of October, A D. 1W, U
o'clock a. m., at the county courthoiuZ iCc
the courtroom of said court. In SillL in
City. Salt Lako county. Utah. r Al
Witness tho Clerk of said conrt m
tho seal thereof affixed, this Kth dijf: d
September, A. D. 1901. 4 n 1
rScal. JOHN JAMES. Ori
By. David B. Davles, Deputy Cltria
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PJ fetf
bate Division, In and for Salt Lakocw u
ty, State of Utah. In the matter ct,l m
estate of Isaac il. Perkins, Atcaak ti
Notice. 3 tat
Tho petition of Amy C. Perkins, pill iK
for the Issuance to herself of letters c
administration In the estate of Isaic- n.
Perkins, deceased, has been set for & W:
Ing on Friday, the 11th day of Octoi t
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m,, atj,
county courthouse, in the coortroon e,
said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt It We
county. Utah. i ck
Witness the Clerk of said court, !SC
the seal thereof affixed, this 27th diyi fcii
September, A. D. 1904. rtj
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Cta) 7jy
By Helena A. Mcintosh. Deputy Cta ig
Thomas Adams, Attorney. la:
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. -!
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Hannanah Mining and SmelllM 0
pany. Principal placo of boalattJ a
Lake City. Utah. .ma rk
Notice is hereby given that at a a i
ing of the board of dlrcctora of tM V
napah Mining and Sjneltlag np
held at tho office of t"0 K
Gth dav of September. A D. 1H, an u
ment of one-half (W nt per huO ;
levied on the capital stock .of tte egj t
atlon Issued and outstanding. t
mediately to W. E. Block. KG
tho company, at hla office. 603 vco7
ntu'pchlch this owai L
may Vomain unpaid "on tho 11th ds
toher 1901 will bo de lnquent and I in JR
Used 'for Jkl? "t nubile auction, iinduji II.
payment Is mado before will J ey
tho CTth day of October, m to
delinquent assessment, toseUief
cost of advcrtlnandpens, cf U
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND CMjM
Annual Meeting. fS
Tho annual meeting co,
of tho Union Pacific corltV
bo held at tho ottco of U'iy fti
Salt Lako City. Utah, on Tusagj t!(t
11. 1901. at 11 o'clock a. mrorw um
of six dlrecto.-s of tho c"r bus!i
the transacts of
Dated August 31. 1904.
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