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v jj page ten ' THE SALT XiATcm TBIBITNTj. thtjbspay morning, octobeb 20 Ifl
Mines and Prospects Furnaces and Mills J
I ! Great Increase in
I Copper Valuation
lj Appreciation in Value Amounts
;j to $100,000,000 lurin
1! the Year.
Bostort's- copper stocks have rocontly
i nhown an appreciation in market value
f amounting: to J100.000.COO. This sum rcpro
;' cent tho dlfforerco between the low
1 prices oC thl3 year and tho recent high
' I pricey say3 tbo Wall Street Journal.
' Thj ap.ponded tabic shows tho low point
1 lncc Jartaary X, the recent high and tho
I market vaJuo appreciation, Tho minority
ownership In Parrot and Anaconda, the
majority oC which Is hold by Amalga
mated, is not included. The inclusion of
theae flgurew would brine U10 total gain
1 to over SIjX), 000,000.
Im tho appended table it will bo seen
that the Utah stocks aro responsible for
a large proportion of tho Increased valu
ation. Tho figures follow.
Share Low Recent in
Stock capital 1901 High mkt. v.
Adventure - .. 1U0.0CO i l 325.000
Alloucz S0.511 3 3-1C 14i 1.150,595
Amalgam 1,538,879 434 fi3i SO.S73.7T9
. Atlantic 100.000 7 3-1 700.0CO
' Bingham ISO.OTO 13 2S,4 1,425.000
Boston Con, ... M0.0C0 CM S12.500
Cal. & HeoJa... 100.000 4.13 K0 U.&OO.OOO
Centannlal ; ... SO.000 Ul-t SS?i 1,250.000
Copi' Ranffo ... 3S1.S14 35 CV,k 9,115.603
Daly West .... 1S0.00O 10?i 14'A C75.0CO
' Franklin 100,000 7 6i 175,000
Qranby 1,336,203 2 4 1.887.416
Grcme Con. ... 61,000 10 21 9,501,000
Isle Royalo .... 150,000 VA 22 2,325.000
Mass 100,000 3 5; 275.000
, Michigan . ..... 1GO.O00 3Va 475.C00
Mohawk 100.000 19 1.4S7.50D
Old Dominion . 203,032 04 22i 3.419.41C
Osceola M.1S0 53 91 3,Cio.62o
Phoenix 100,000 Vi 2U 175.000
, Qulncy 1CO.CO0 SO 1-1 1,450,000
Shannon 29S.S18 3',A 859.3S.1
Tamarack . ... CO.00O So IK 2,te,CO0
U. S. Mining... 4C0.00O IS 22 l.&tt.WO
Utah 2S7.S70 30 42 0.723,375
Victoria. 10O.D0O 2& 4tf. 212,500
Winona . .. 100,000 5 914 460.000
Wolverine .. .. M.CO0 C9 P3 1,620,000
I RECENT SALES.
Colorado Experts Buying Qoldfield
R, W. Grlswold has purchased tho in
terests of W. S. Williams and R. L. Col
'1 burn in tho Goldneld Vindicator com-
C. W. Hays of Colorado Springs has
1 bought the Rod ROcK group, lylny east
of Banner mountain, from N. E. Jones
Henry Weber and Marvin Ish havo
sold tho Valley View and Black Dia
mond claim, south of the Tonopah
Club, to M. L. EtfiiiEcr of Salt Lake.
F. J, Campbell, the prominent opor
1 ator of Cripple Crock, has bought tho
Blue Bird claim which lies In the group
that he recontly acquired from the Pat
Van Winkle. O'Donncll, Chapman and
McAndrcws have sold tho Red Boy and
t Clawhnmmfcr fraction which are on
!' Ruby Hill, south of Dlamondfleld, to 1L
it - C. Hatton of Colorado Springs.
1 I; T. L. Oddlo and Philadelphia assocl-
I l! ates have mado a payment on tho Wa-
1 she group of claims which they hold
1 under bond from the 'owners, Ramsey.
! Vormllyea and others. This group lies
l ' eoutheast of McLaughlin's well.
J. P. Sweeney has bought a fourth In-
1 terest In the Combination claim from
I Ramsey, Hall and Nixon. This Is a val
uable claim, but must not be confounded
1 1 with tho Combination No. 1, the plo-
1 ncer mine of tho camp. It lies between
I tho St. Ives and the Blue Bull group,
1 Counts, Dunn and Mcintosh havo sold
1 4 the Gold Queen and First National claims
I to F. J. Hobbs and L. E Hill of Colo
rado. These claims are on the east slope
Qt Columbia mountain, closO to the Ton-
opah Club. The boys received a sub
stantial cash payment ami a block of
tock In a company to be formed by tho
, Weber and Ih have purchased the
I Alhambra and Atlanta claims on Vlndl-
l cator mountain They have also pur
chased the Bonhnsta, south of Diamond
Held, which adjoins 1ho V E. S. on tho
east, and have mado tho first paymont
( on the Mammoth and Amazon claims,
which llo between tho Black Buttcs and
, ' tho Brooklyn group,
, E. L. Mima & Co, havo bought the
' Daisy. Belcher and Jockey claims, ad-
' Joining tho Black Buttcs at Diamond-
Held on the east and havo organized
. .1.,. nlnnl- Tntti P.TlnnuInn Mlnlni. nnm-
I pany to opcrato tho same. Tho original
I owners of the claims were Gunter and
RIggle and tho consideration ran well
Into five figures. Men havo been put to
I , -work and developments pushed. Gold-
j 'field Nows.
it MAJESTIC PLACES BONDS.
' Stock Advances on the Eastern Mar
The rlBc in tho Btock of the Majestic
j Copper company on tho Eastern boards Is
j due, It is said, to the fact that tho man-
(I agement lias succeeded In placing tho
!l bonds authorized by the directors some
llmo ago. For a time the atock was very
I much at a discount, duo to the failure of
J, the voting committee tb extricate It from
!' financial distress. With the sale of the
1 I bonds confidence has been restored and
,1 tho mines are responding satisfactorily.
I,; TJTABC ACQUIRES GALENA.
i' Property to Be Operated "Under Bond
j-. and Lease Running One Year.
',: An acquisition of somo Importance to
il tho Titah mlno at FIsb Springs -was mado
j . yesterday afternoon wheroby this com
pany secured under bond and leaso tho
i, property of the Galena MInlntf company at
1 " the samo place. Tho prlco is Bald to bo
,,i In tho -neighborhood of 40 cents a share
, ' and tho bond Is to run for a year. Tho
, 1 , Utah Corporation believes It can develop
1 : at a. profit a property which the oia man
1) agemont hftn not succeeded in making- so.
.11 Arrangements aro being made for lu
ll crcaolng the power plant of tho Utah com.
, pany in order that its shaft may bo sunk
' 1 deopcr.
I. Zrp American
- 51.00 to ?3.00 tSU' l-IL
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
l lectlve Association. Francis G. Luke
Hl General Manager, Top Floor Commnr-'
H clal Block.
When In need or a carpenter, 'phone
, , , H. P. Williams Bell. 214D-K; Indcrcd
1 Dt, 24L Shop, 71 5. State.
FAIR BUSINESS ON 'CHANGE
May Day Again a Feature Columbus
The general tono of the mining stock 1
market was cood yesterday, somo fair
prices being realized.
May Day was the foaturo of tho morn
ing trading, opening at 31ti cents, nt
which prlco 500 shares changed hands.
This prlco brought a lot of cheap pur
chases out of hldlnar and weakened tho
prlco to 30?i cunts on the afternoon call.
New York, with assessments paid, sold
at 9 cents on tho open board In tho morn
ing and at 8 cents In tho afternoon.
Mammoth sold 200 shares at $LS0 and
Jl.SI. A small lot of Columbus Con.
changed hands In tho morning at J1.50
and $1.5214, but sold at U 48 durlntr tho
Tho auotatlons and sales were as fol
lows: I A. M. j. P. M,
I Bid. IAflkod.ll Hid Aake1.
AJax 5 .07 ? I .07 $
Albion 10 .60
Allco 25 .60 .25
Bos Con 6.00 C.03
Bui-Beck .... 1.00 1.75 1.00
Beck-Tun ... .0714 -0914 .0G&
But-Lib 09 09i
Carlsa 11 .11 ,ll4
Con Mcr MVj .17 .43 .47
Century .36 .30 .25
Daly 2.11H 2.40 2.10 2.30
Daly-Judgo . L00 " 4.50 4.50
Daly West .. '12. 05 13.50 13.37
E & B Boll.. .85 1.2C
Galena 04 . 30
Grand Cen... 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.95
Gdflcld Bon. .05 .09 .05 .10
Horn Silver. 1.60 I.eO
Insot 00& ODVi .00T4
Jim Butler... .50 .90 . 50
Little Chief. .02U .02' .02i .Ol"
Lower Mam. 12 .15 .10 ,
Mon-Ton .... 1.80 1.97 1.75
Mammoth ... 1.79 1.S5 1.76 lS
May Day ... .3111 .31 .31 .31
Martha W .. .0014 .W
New York .. ,0Sli .10 09
Ontario 4. CO 4.50 4 03 4.E0
Rich-Ana ... .01 .01 .01)i ,05
So. Swansea. .0314 .03 .05& .0714
Sacramen ... I2?a 12 -12
Sliver King.. G0.00 54.00 C0.C0 51.00
Star Con 15 ,1C .15
Sll Shield 01 OK-i .03
Tonopah 9.50 9.50 v
Ton Ext .... 1.25 1.G5
Ton-Mid 35 37
Totro 25 .30 ,25A .30
U. S 124.25 25.00 21.00 24.60
U Sam Con.. .20 .23 .19" .COli
Victoria L25 1.S5 1.25 1.75
Victor Con... .03 03 .04
Yankee Con.. 33 33 .35
Carlsa. 2000 at 1114c
Lower Mammoth, 1000 at 120.
Mammoth, 100 at J1.S0; 100 at $1 SI.
May Day, 5C0 at 341ic; 1000 at 31c, 503 at
3114c: 200 at 33c; 500 at 32c. seller thirty
days: 1500 at 3214c: 500 at 3216c; 500 at 321ic;
1500 at 32c; ICO at 32c; 500 nt 3B4a: 300 at
31ic. buyer thirty days; 500 at 3lc
Star Consolidated. GOO at 15V4c; 1CO0 at
Beck Tunnel Consolidated, 1003 at 71Sc
Little Chief, 1000 at 2c.
New York, 300 at So.
Carlsa, 1000 at UlAc.
Columbus Consolidated, 300 at $1.50: 203
May Day. 1500 at 31Ic; 1100 at 32c; COO at
32c. seller ten riayB.
New York, 200 at 9o.
Regular call, 15.206 shares for J3733.12.
Open board, 4SC0 shares for JLS76.23.
Total. 20,000 shares for $5C09.37.
Daly, 100 at $2.20.
Moy Day, 41C0 at 31c; 5C0 at 3114c; 500
Star Con., 500 at 15&C.
South Swansea. 200 at 7c.
Uncle Sam. 1000 at 20c
Little Chief. 1000 at 21'c; 10-30 at 2,c.
Carlsa. 15(0 at llftc; 500 at llftc.
Columbus Con., 103 at J1.4S.
Daly West. CO at $12.75.
May Day, 500 at 32c. buyer thirty days.
Silver Shlold, 1000 at 4?ac.
New York, COO at Sc.
Regular call, S9W shares for $2,135;
Open board, 4250 shnrcs for Jl.270.37.
Total, 13,150 shares for $3,403.37.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 19. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wero as follows:
Alpha Con 5 .14 Justlco 0C
Andes 22 Mexican 1.10
Belcher 27 Occidental Con. .74
Best & Belcher 1.10 Ophir 2.20
Bullion IS Ovorman 15
Caledonia 42 PotosI 10
Challenge Con.. .18 Savage 27
Chollar 17 Seg Bolcher OS
Confidence S3 Sierra Nevada . 7
n P. TTt. 1 tlx oll,,a Trm Zl
Con Imperial .01 Union Con 35
Crown Point .., .OS Utah Con c
Gould & Currio .IS Yellow Jacket.. .IS
Hale & Norcross .55
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .20 Little Chief 05
Alice 40 Ontario 3 CO
Breccc IS Ophir 2 15
Brunswick Con. .30 Phoenix .22
Cornstock Tun.. .10 PotosI iu
C. Cal &Va 1.55 Savage 20
Horn Silver ... 1.E0 Sierra Nevada . 7
Iron Silver 1. DO Small Hopes ... 30
Lcodvllle Con .. .02 Standard ... ,( ... 1.S5
' BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro 3.62 Michigan 7 50
Allouez 12.CO Mohawk 50.12A
Amal 04.12 Mont C & C. G.CO
Amer Zinc .. 13.50 Old Dom .... 20.00
Atlantic 13.75 Osceola SS 00
Bingham 30.12 Parrot 25 00
Cal & H.J5503-355.CO Qulncy 91 00
Centennial ... 2C.50 Tamarack ...119 00
Cop Ranee 03.73 Trinity . 8.S7U,
Daly West .. 12.50 U S Mining.. 2i.5o'"
Dom Coal ... 56.25 u S Oil ll 25
Franklin S.02 Utah -n'co
Granby 3,76 Victoria 3!62U
Islo Royalo .. 20.50 Winona S.&o'"
M.isb Mining. 7.S7 Wolverine ...93.00
TROUBLE FOR JUMPERS.
Claim-Owners Act to Protect Their
A regular meeting of tho Property-Owners
Protcctlvo association was held last
Monday night at Elliott's hall, says tho
Goldfield News. It was reported that a
German had "jumped" a IbC, promised to
got oft and afterward refused to do so.
Tho committee was Instructed to make
another call on the gentleman and Induce
him to move peaceably. Tuesday after
noon this was done and In a little while
the German decided It was his move
The association Is dotormlncd that it will
i'r-iw 1prIoncrty to be taken from Its
ralghtful claimants, nor will blood money
e v? uf- ad the sooner this Is recog
nized tho belter It will b for all parties
concerned. If a camp follower has rich?
to squat and c aim aW In tho outsWrts of
lTO)?t 5a8iul5 as, muc.h rieht to ?uat
In front or back of one's residence or
store and claim title to the ground nSt
actually covered by tho bulldinff.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still belng operated between Ocden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Dlverso
rcute tickets cost no more. See that
ticket reads at least one way via Col
McCoy'e Hvcry stable for carrlaceB
and light livery. Telephone 81,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHTCAGO-Audltorlum. Groat North
ern. Palmer Houso.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatca.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus. B.
Gardnor. 305 Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS-Wcst Hotel. ,
NEW YORK Waldorf-AHtorla. Imperi
al. Aotor House. .
OMAHA-Tho Millard. Tho PJton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland HoteL
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
Sold at Goldfield
Colorado Firm Buys Seventeen Claims
for S40,000 Cash Largest
Payment Tet Made.
Tho salo which Involved tho largest cash
payment yet mado in Goldfield was con
summated last Saturday, when Shove.
Aldrlch & Co. of Colorado SprlngH mado a
payment of $40,000 to McLaughlin Bros.,
Nolllgan and McGhan for soventeen
claims, Including the Lone Star group. Mr.
Wattorson of the firm of Lceco & Watter
son of Bishop. Cal . who was ono of tho
original owners, refused to port with his
fifth Interest and will take stock for that
amount In tho new company, which tho
purchasers will organize. Tho deal was
mado through R. W. Grlswold, who will
havo a substantial Interest In tho new
company. The Lono Star and adjoining
claims were located by pioneers of Gold
field and havo a very good showing. On
tho Lono Star good ore has been opened
up In several places and Patrick & Ander
son have a leaso In which thoy have
eighteen Inches of ore at a depth of eighty
feet which will avorago over $150 per ton.
Shove, Aldrlch & Co. Is one of the leading
brokerago firms of Colorado Springs, and
they will doubtless push work on the
claims. Sherwood Aldrlch and R. W. Grls
wold have gone to Colorado Springs to
complete the organization of tho new
company, which will be called tho Lone
Star Mining company of Nevada.
Mill -H-H rillllllltHM
J On the Pacific Slops.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 19. The Japan
cso llnor America sailed today for tho
Orient, via Honolulu, with twenty cabin
passengers and a full cargo.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 19. The telephone
service In this city has so Improved over
tho conditions of last week that the belief
is giowing that the telephone company
has succeeded In greatly adding to Its
forco of operators.
TACOMA, Wash., OcL 19. James Allen,
a rancher of Sumner, was choked to death
at tho Pupallup hotel" laat evening by a
largo pleco of meat which ho undertook to
SPOKANE, Wash.. Oct 19. Tho sensa
tional trial of Detective Martin Burns
ended today, tho police board ordering him
suspended for sixty days and reduced to
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 19. The lull
which has existed in tho local hop markot
for tho last three or four days was brok
en by tho sales In tho Wlllamotto valley
amounting to 1320 bales. Tho hops woro
bought for foreign export. Tho prices
ranged from 30 to 31H cents.
PORTLAND, Or.. Oct. 19. One hundred
tons of California raisins are to be dis
tributed free at the Lewis and Clark ex
position by growers residing In tho district
surrounding Fresno, Cal.
SALEM, Or.. Oct. 19. Tho Albany local
on tho Southorn Pacific at the crossing of
tho old stage road at the outer limit ot
this city tonight collided with a horso and
buggy drlvon by a young man named
Theoron A. Lyons. The horBe was killed,
the buggy smashed and Lyons was badly
though not fatally Injured.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 19-Quartcrmas-ter
MaJ. Devol has received Instructions
from Washington that hereafter San
Francisco will bo tho point from which all
Western posts will rccclvo tholr supplies.
According to the orders sent out by tho
department all depots In the Western
third of tho United States are to bo abolished.
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IT, J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lako Cltr.
Transfers on tho San Francisco board
for Monday aro recorded as follows;
Adam Goldfield Mining company, 1000 at
10 cents, Black Anta Mines company, COO
at 10 cents. Jumbo Extension Mining
company, 100 at 20 conts; Jumbo Mining
company, BOO at 66 centB; Red Top, 2000
at 1G cents, Rescue, EOO at 11 cents; Ton-opah-Bolmont,
1100 at Go conts; Tonopah
Mldway, 17.000 at -11,12 conts; Goldfield
Mining company, 200 at 03 cents; Goldllold
Silver Pick, 500 at IS cents; McNamara.
500 at 35 cents; Montana-Tonopah, 1100 at
$1.05: Tonopah Extension, WW at $l.SfS
1.9981.S0; Tonopah Mining company of
Novada. 50 at 49; Bluo Boll Mining com
pany, 500 at 2C cents,
Oros and Bullion.
Tho day's settlements as reported by
McCornlck & Co. amounted to 90,700. ns
follows: Bullion, $35,20). gold, silver, lead
and copper ores, J52.&00.
Silver was stationary at 68 Vi cents an
ounce, lead at &5.50 and J4.20 por 100, cop
per, 12 cents a pound
Conditions at the Century mlno In tho
Park Valley mining district aro very sat
isfactory according to Secretary R. W
Madsen. A bar of bullion representing
tho production for tho first half of tho
present month reached tho offices of tho
F, A. Schormcr, a director of tho Bos
ton Consolidated mlno at Bingham, has
arrived on an Inspection trip and will
visit tho camp today.
Tho Heaston mill has boen lcasod by
tho management of tho Unltod Bingham
mlno at Bingham and will reduce Its seo
ond class ores to concentrates there
Superintendent Georgo R. Hancock of
tho Glcncoo at Park City has a forco of
men at work putting: tho mlno In Bhape
for tho coming winter. Sinking has bo
gun on a winze, where rich ore was un
covered. A shipment of two oars of galena ore
from the Gllmoro mlno In Idaho reached
the sampler yesterday.
Mathow Cullen loft Tuesday night for
Beaver county, whoro ho will put a forco
of men nt work on the Wild Bill and
Burning Moscow In tho South Star dis
trict. These two mines, onco famous
producers, havo been tied up for a num
ber of years through litigation, and It Is
only recently that It has been settled.
An active campaign of development Is to
bo Instituted at once.
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TRADE DOLLAR EXTENSION MI
Principal place of business, Salt Lake
There aro delinquent upon the following
described atock, on account of assessment
No 1. levied September 15, 1001, the sov
cral amounts set opposite the names of
tho respective stockholders, ns follows
Cor. No, Name Shares. Ami.
7 Wlgglcsworth. O. S 5.000 ? m
10 Johnson. C. J. 2,000 200
18 Schramllnp, Marlva C 200 20
25 Roblcc. W. E 100 10
27 Buchort G. II 100 10
25 Bishop. Arthur 100 10
31 Hathaway, R. E 200 20
33 Bowman, A. A 6CO 50
10 Tcmplolon, A. C. trustee 100 io
11 Palmer, Georgo W 5,000 txw
13 Fritz. W. H 1C0 io
46 Andorson, E. J 100 30
I" Anderson, E, J io0 io
19 Preston, Henry A -100 -io
50 Eby. F. S 100 Jo
52 Lattimor. Frank 400 io
63 Hunter. Thomas 11., 00 DO
53 Eby. F. S 100 io
60 Eby F. S 100 10
118 Davla. A. J 15,000 YK)
122 Temple-ton, A. C 100 io
And In accordance with law and the or
der of tho board of directors, mado the
15th day of September, 1904. so many of
the shares of each parcel of such Btock
as may be necessary will bo sold at the
office of the company, room No. 100 Da
vid Keith building, being numbered 242 to
252 South Main 3trcet. Salt Lako City
Utah, November 9, lKU. at tho hour of
o'clock p. m., to pay tho delinquent is
scesment thereon, together with the costs
of advertising and expenso of sale
b!6K E. O. KIDDER. 8ic'y.
UNION ASSAY OITICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will rccclvo prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for prlco list.
PROBATE AND QTJABDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
slgnors for further information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah.
In the matter of the cstato oX Jane
Kersey, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Mary K. Blunt, praying
for the Issuance to Joseph Blunt of let
ters of administration in tho estate of
Jano Korsey. deceased, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 2Sth day of Oc
tober, A. D. 160-1, at ten o'clock a m.. at
tho county courthouse, in tho courtroom
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of
October. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clork.
N. V. Jones. Attorney for Petitioner.
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal
ylaco of business. Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice There arc delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment levied on tho 20th day of Au
gust, 1901, tho aoveral amounts set oppo
site tho- namos of the respective share
holders, ns follows:
Cort Name. Shares. Amt.
25- .V. F. Sein 1,000 1 10.00
S5C W. F. Sein 500 5.00
79 W. E, Forrebee 1.000 10. CO
4E3-C. C. Higglns 500 5.00
C75J08. Hause 1.0CO 10.00
717-Irvlne & Mason. Tr.... 1,000 10.00
91G-H. B. Asadoorlan 2.500 .00
SCS-Grant Swan 600 0.00
571 C. L, Rood 6,000 60.00
f7pC. L, Rood 5,005 50 00
1007-Max E Smith 500 0.00
inn John Dcrn 6,000 60.00
1035 John Dcrn 6.000 60.00
J03G John Dern 2.500 25.00
1029 John Dern 2,600 25.00
lH8-Mrs. H. H. Mclntlre.... 600 6.00
1153 E. D. Wlcklns 6C0 6.00
1168 A. T. Sanford 600 6.00
llW-C A, Dole 1,600 16.00
J179-T. M. Burt 6C0 6.00
1225 Jas. T. BcIc-bc 1,000 10.00
1227 W E. Ferrobeo 2,600 2G.0O
127E Grant Swan 24, M
1?53 Max E. Smith 96 fA
1370 W E. Ferrcbctj 1S3 1.68
1371- W. F Sein 72 .72
1405 Jos. Hauso ... 43 .48
14 5 IT. B. Asadoorlan 120 ISO
1439 C L. Rood 4S0 .0
14CC-Mrs. H. H. Molntlro.... 24 .24
146S E. D. Wlckons 24 .24
1470 C. A. LOlo 73 .72
MSG E. D. Swan 43 .4S
14S1 Jas. T. Belons 48 .48
1S2S W II. Onrk 1,000 10.00
1C60-E. H. WeUs 200 CCS
1W1-E. II. W!!a t .62
ir-C-1 C. C. Hlcclns ton 6j)
jr-55 "W J Harnett 500 6.00
15G3 C. L. Rood 170 1.70
1GGG C. L. Rood 330 3.30
1719 S M. Warmbath 1,000 10.00
ic?" r ir uruhaker l.OCti 10. GO
1911 Nettie Palno 1,090 10 00
1911 M J. Hardin 200 3.00
jM5r J. Hardin 310 3.10
19C3 MJ J. Hardin 24 .24
2003-F. J O'Neill 500 6.00
2011 Theo. Davis 1.000 10.00
2012 Thco. Davis l,0w 10.00
2043 J. H. Llnck 1.000 10.00
;01f-G H. Smith 600 6.M
2047 C T. Savory EOO 6.00
2051 E". D. Swan 600 5 00
205" E D. Swan GOO 6,00
( m n K. McCornlck 500 6.00
2078-03. W Griffiths 600 6.00
210G Mlk Bamberger EOO C.00
2109 J H. Llnck 1,000 10.W
2206 H. S. Joseph EOO . 6.00
22'9G IT Smith 500 6.00
"235 J W. Skinner 600 6.00
o--Mtgheeta & Thompson. ... 500 5.00
2319 Eva Lloyd 624 6.24
2325-Max E. Smith 600 6.00
33-Hudson Sons Co 600 6.00
2364-Hudson Sons Co 500 5.00
'-SCO Hudson Sons Co 600 6.00
'-I2S W. J. Browning LOOO 10.00
U31 TV J. Browning 1,000 10.00
N39 W J. Brownlnff... 1,000 10.00
o.j co E M. West 1,000 10 00
2,'fiS Frank D. flobba EOO 5.00
25n W W. Rivers 1,000 10. M
o-ttw' W. Rivers 1,(00 ir
2530 E, M- West 1.000 10 (0
sSCh: M. West 1.00ft 10.00
253" E M. West 1,000 10.00
2CS4-E. M West... 1,000 10.00
IC01 W. J. Browning 1,000 10.00
2C02-E, M West 1,000 10.00
2C03 E. M. West 1,000 10.00
2C04-E M. West 1,000 10,00
2505 E. M West.. 1.000 10.0-5
2615 Elotsc Allard 1.000 10.00
2C1S-L, Weber 1,000 10.00
2C20-.T. M. Lyon 600 6.00
2C27 E. M. West 600 6.00
2C30 W W. Rivers 1,000 10.00
274 Ja3. Crclgnton 500 5.00
o-.rr-Jas. Crcighton 1,000 10.00
274S Jas. Crelghton 1.CO0 10.00
2749 Jas Crelghton 1.003 10.00
2777 Jos. Hauso 6,000 60 00
27S9 J A. Pollock & Co. .....13,500 135.00
And In accordanco with law and order
of tho board of directors, mado on
tho 20th day of AugUBt, 1904. so many
Ghares of each parcel of such stock as
niay bo necessary will bo sold at Room l.
151 Main street, Salt Lake City, Utnh, on
the 16th day of October. 1901. at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent ae-Pf-ssmcnt
thereon, togother with tho costs
of advertising nnd oxnenscs of sale.
MC A. J. GUNNELL. Secrotary.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT- OF THE
Third Judicial District of tho Stato of
Utah. County of Salt Lake
Ella E. Bennett. PlalntllT, vs. Joseph C.
Bennett. Defendant, Summons.
Tho Stato of Utah, to the said Defendant-
within twenty days after tho service ot
this summons upon you, If served within
tho County In which this action Is
brought, otherwise, within thirty days
after service,, and defend tho abovo en
titled action, and In caso of your falluro
so to dp, Judgment will bo rendered
against you according to tho demand of
the complaint, which, within ton days
after servlco of thl3 summons upon you,
will bo filed with tho clerk of said court.
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The annual mcetmK of the stockhold
ero of tho Rio Grande Western Railway
company will bo held at the principal
office of the company In Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Monday, October 24. 1S04. at li
o'clock noon, ior the election of members
of tho board of directors of tho cor.pany
and the transaction of tuch othv bus),
neaa as may bo brought before t3 meet
ing. Tho booka for tho transfer 'of stock will
be closed at S o'clock p. m. on October
3rd, 1904, and will be opened on tho day
following said Oncctlng or tho final ad
STEPHEN LITTLE, Socrotary.
September 21a L 1904. ol795
PROBATE AND GTJABDIANSBIi'
Connult County Clerk CT rcspeoUv
tlgnera tor zuruier mrormauon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PR6
bato division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Uiah.-In the matter ot tnc
estate of John P. Brogin, deccaseu.
Tho petition of Frank W. Lewi, admin
istrator ojf tho estate of Jh" ? te of
deceased, praying for tho settlement oi
final account of said administrator ami tor
tho distribution of the residue of said ca
tote to tho persons entitled. as been sei
for hearing on Friday, tho 23th do ot
October, A. D. 1304. at JO o'clock a. m.. at
tho county courthouao, In tho courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt LaKe
county, Utah. .
Witness tho Clork of said court, wun
the seal thereof affixed, this 15th day oi
October, A. D. 1901. ,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
William A. Lee, Attorney for EsU3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako count .
State of Utah. In tho matter of the es
tate of C. A. King, deceased. Notice,
v The putltlon or Henry V. Sansom. ad
ministrator, with will annexed of tne
estato of C. A, IOng, deceased, Pravl"5
for tho eettlement of final account of saw
administrator with will annoxed. and tor
tho distribution of the residue of said es
tate to tho persons entitled, has been sot
for hearing on Friday, tho Slat day oi
October, A, D. 1904, at 10 o'olock a. m., at
tho county courthouse In tho courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, ait
Lako county. Utah. .
Witness the Clerk of said Court, "with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day oi
October, A. D 1904.
(Seal,) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B, Davlos. Deputy Clerk- I
Bradley & Plschcl, Attorneys. blow :
IN TILE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lake
county, State of Utah. In tho matter
of the estate of Peter Malmstrom, de
Tho petition of Hilma G. Malmstrom.
administratrix of tho estato of Peter
Malmstrom, deceased, praying for tho
settlement of final account of said ad
ministratrix and for the distribution of
the residue of said estato to tho perflons
entitled, has been sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 4th day of November, A. D.
1901. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county
courthouse In tho courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho Clork of eald Court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
October, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk,
By David B. Davlcs, Doputy Clerk.
James Ingobretsen, Attorney. DlSSO
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako county,
.ji.hu ui uuin. in mo mailer ui io -tato
and guardianship of Mark A. and
Jason McChryatal, minors notice.
Tho petition of Sarah A. McChrystal,
the guardian of tho persons and the es
tates of Mark A. McChrystal and Jason
McChrystal, minors, for confirmation of
salo of the following described real es
tate, to wit:
All tho right, title and Interest what
soever of each of said minors In the
real property described, the Interest of
each of said minors In said real property
appearing of record and being described
as follows, to wit:
An undivided 019-10.000 of the Eagle
group of mines, consisting of the follow
nc mining- claims and mlllsilcs, situated
In tho Tlntlc Mining district, Juab oounty,
State of Utah (except said mlllflltcs) and
located, patented, known and described
as the Eagle Lodo mining claim. U. S,
lot 123. the Blue Boll Lodo mining claim.
U. S. lot 124, tho North Extension Eagle
Lode mining claim. U. S. lot rl3.ho North
Extcnslbn Elue Bell Lodo mluftg claim.
U. S lot 212, the Boecher lodo min
ing claim. U. S. lot 196A, the Houghton
Lode mining claim. U. S. lot 197. the
South Extension Beechcr Lodo mining
claim. U. S. lot 216. tho South Extension
Bluo Bell Lodo mining claim, U. S lot
-15. the South Extension Eaglo Lode
mining claim. U. S. lot 214. the "Watson
Lpde mining claim, U. S. lot 3722. tho
Watson Extension Lode mining claim, U.
S. lot 3723. the Beechcr mlllsltc. U. S.
lot 1S6B (patented an situated. In Juab
county, but actually situated In Utah
county. Utah), the Eagle mlllslto U. S.
lot 3343 (situated In Utah county. Utah),
for tho sum of $15,25S.14. and upon tho
following terms, to wit: First payment,
cash, J325S14; second payment, payable
November 15. 1904; third payment, payable
March 15, 1905. 54000,00; last payment, pay
nblo August 16. 1905. $5500.00, oatd de
ferred Installments to bo secured by notes
and mortges bearing 6 per cont Interest
per annum, as appears from the return
of sale, filed In this court, has been Bet
for hearing on Friday, the 21st day of
October, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a, m
nt the county courthouse, In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lftko City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said Court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 190-1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clork.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy- Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. Pro
bate division. In and for Salt Lake countv
State of Utaiv. In tho matter of tho eq."
talc of Fr.nlc W. Scott, deceased. Notice.
jliio jjumiuu ui uura ocott prnyinc for
the Issuance to herself of letters of ad.
ministration In the estate of Frank V
Scott, deceased, has been set for heir
lng on Friday, the 2lst day of Octobor
A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at th
county courthouse, In the courtroom of
said court, in Salt Lake City. Salt Law
Witness tho Clork of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th dav of
October, A. D. 1904. -y or
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk
Stewart & Stewart. Attorneys. ol602
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Pctor Van Houtcn. deceased
Creditor will present claims with voCh
0,."8,t0Kt ,,eundc,Rncl1 Rt No. 307 McCor
nlck building, Salt Lako City. Utah on
D Sk? 10 tCnth day of February, a!
IARX JOSEPHINE VAN HOUTEN
IKmDe,cXealh EHtatC f "an
r"tV:aAkoSCTCe- Cr,tch, & Bar
i(Date of first publication. October 5, A. D.
' ' ' bEli
Consult County Clerk or , r(V
signers for XurtherJnKaSoVi jjj
IN THE DISTRICT COriD-n W
division in and for s8tV0lUli
State of" Utah.-m thr0 Kt&ucoffiH)P
of Thoma Colt G'eii t r ot th Jy-Es:
Tho petition of"TobferfCeVdA?B
Thomas Hull, admlnlstrat, "l iSll
tato of Thomas Colt gK 'i r
confirmation of the sale nf ivfNea.2WM
described real estato of ZLPVSmJ
ten (10) rods; thenco "u Sm -W6"
dU) rods; thence
rods; thenco north one a wt la li li
(1U) rods to tho plaw ofuSlLl
gothor with a perpetual W
tract, commencing at a point LV1" C Ifo
inches north of tho southeast ISIK
sold lot 8, running thencoirf W
thenco south 12 feet; then,.?1. 15 ttf mk
thenco north 12 feet to the n lat IS
nlng. nil situated in Salt lPiv?0, K&Wt ,
Lako county, Utah, fo7 "ha imCI r' 5 fcf1
and upon tho following te0.JE'
Cash upon confirmation. na 5?,. to Wr
the return of sale llled in thS1 W&l
been set for hearing on liu Wl!n. QMk '
day of October, A. D lSl at t ' TK
m., at the county courthouse, in AiKL
room of said court. In Salt Lak., n CcSV'lBI5
Lako county, Utah. aKu CUy, lj By
Witness the Clerk of sim .
tho seal thereof affixed, thli ffi ,Ett
October. A. D. 1904 "ttl W tmfj
Sea,-J JOHN JAMPa ?!
By David B. Davids. DciSf1 S
G. H. Backman, Attorney tor gKf!
IN THE DISTRICT COURT pHTK1''
division, in and for Salt LawR0Bri
Stato of Utah.-In the mattfr of
tato of Richard Jngrham? dfLtt'?j!'
Tho petition of Ellas Jensen irfJE.
tnitor of the estate oX Richard' uS&Wfr 1
ceased, for conflrmaUon i oMhl g&ll?
the following-described real MUtirf1!
decodent, to wit: Commenclne n? llfW0
thirty-four rods north an Xt 15
of one rod west of the southmt 'ftS
of tho northwest quarter of riuW1
teen, township two south of rS. P
east; thonco north forty-three rodJS
west fifteen and three-fifths nto-'nSiW?
south forty-three rods, thencott bIP
and thrcc-fifthH rods to the P"PgKf
ginning, containing 4.152 am Ife
sum of JC35.W. And upon the fauJSf
terms, to wit Cash uon nflSSft1ll
as appears from the return of SSfiSW
In this court, has been set for hMtfi fa '
Friday tho 28th day of October, A DuJ
at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the county
house, in the courtroom of said ceu-Cll'
Sa t Lako City Salt Lake coftnty
Witness the Clerk of said court rtK'
tho seal thereof affixed, this 12th dw?KTJt
October, A. D. 1904 . 7 tf EW o
Seal. JOHN JAMES
By David B. Davlos. Deputy tlvt 'lw
Ncls Jensen. Attorney for Estate! iqP
NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL Ji B'
In the Third Judicial District J'tiui
Probato division. Salt Lako countr Kdu
In tho matter of tho estate of ti'..S'.
phla Llndoulst. deceased. Kfic
By virtue of an order of sal rmsi E ml
by the above-named court on the. Ttiil Et tr
of October. 1904, tho undersigned iSS'lfcr
at private sale tho following dacriw
real estate, to wit.- nsa-BJJ
Part of lot 2, block 51, plat "C" m'Em
I-ako City survey, commencing t '. ..Z FitiL
2 rods east and 1 rod south of the rS Itli
west corner of said lot. thence ui i K'm
rods: thenco south 2 rods; thence m BSi
8 rods, to tho cast lino of Jeremy taJ fcfti
thenco north 2 rods, to the plawoliE
ginning-. Situated in Salt Lika frCli
Tho sale will bo mado on or after i
rrday. the 22nd day of October, lytuKuS
12 o'clock m.. at the offlc6 of 0. H Bk.tTS,
man. Attorney, No. 32 South East Te'iEv'
pie street. Salt Lako City. Utah. S. m?Z
will bo received by tho undersljsH U
said placo. Terms of sale cash, tea re WbZi
cent of each sum bid must oc2;u;'Lt
each bid, and tho salo or sales TrinU'tSJ?
aubject to confirmation by EalJ cosrt 'P.
ALEXANDER LINDQUIST. S
G. H. Backman, Attorney for EaUU. ,Tz:
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PEfr'jE-ii;
bato division, in and for Salt Lake C.& ,
State of Uta-In tho matter of thtetaa MTZ
of Edward F gdcn, deceased. NotlA EST
Tho petlMon of Sarah Morris Ophn. u-B" 5
ecutilx of tho estate of Edward 1L Ojia '?
deceased, for confirmation of the iHt'
the following described real eatale ol tii bpa
decedent, to wit. Commenclag it ''"ill,'!
southwest cornor of lot No. 1, blod: I Kq
plat "B," Salt Lake City survey, an&nf Bljb,
nlng- thenco north ten (10) rods; tftfa)
east seven (7) rods; thenco south nnJii
rods; thence west one (1) red; "mWu
south five (5) rods- thonca vreat ia fcpg
rodfl to the placo of beginning, IK rmjtiit
sum oi 53200, and upon the fT3KC!L(
terms, to wit; cash upon connrmatkja 0f
appears from the return of fl. HW a By
this court, has been set for hearlM
Friday, tho 2Sth day of October, A. jJ"
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the ..llto
courthouse, In the courtroom or kw.u
court. In Salt I-ako City, Salt U JfA1
county, Utah. ,
WitnesB the Clerk of said url!,!?txw
the seal thoreof affixed, this 13tMiI'jjjp"
October, A. D. 1901. Rsi
Seal. JOHN JAMES. CUrt. Wfiki
lly David B. Davlcs. Deputy VirKvi
Booth, Leo & Ritchie. Attorneys W E T'
tato., . t &
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. Jg. fc-J
bato division. In and for Salt Loie g
ty. State of Utah -In the motteroj"
estate of James Thompson fitm. V(.
The petition ot Frank Tjicbjpm " f "
eoutor of tho estate of James ThoffiW , CI
deceased, for confirmation of ttie
tho following-described rtal estate i w g
decedent, to wit. The north one-iuunj
of the norUiwcst quarter (Vi) JtOt
13. township ono north. raruEO ow .
Salt Lako merldlon, containing u,
acres, more or less, according w J X .
ernment sun-ey, situated In tho k t c
ct T-ivls, Stato of Utah, for the 1 AH
52SO.00. And upon the follo. '
wit: Cash upon confinnatlon; i"3 isB't &
from the return of calc. filed jV?dirVBt
has boen set for hearing on iri'AWiXi
2Sth day of October, A- ii,,rtno--s.tBi''A.
o'clock a. m. at the county court no -m
tho courtroom of said court, in bin igl,., ,
City. Salt Lako county. Utah. rflCt,!
Witness tho Clerk of said XirKs'
tho Beal thereof affixed, this 1Q u"
October. A. D. 10. IES oerrf'KM .'
By David B. Davles. DePuty : EiU&Rif f
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for llP0
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