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TJ3DB SAIA' .LAKE TKLBtTSTE. thpbspay Homme, December 10 J
H Gibraltar Company
H lakes RbcIi Find
H At Depth of 25 Feet Tunnel Dia-
H clos.es a Hcnlthy Vein, Con-
H' tnlning- Good Values.
Hl S Preston, representing the principle
H Interest in tho Gibraltar Coppor Mining
H' company, operating in tho Newfoundland
K district, received word yostcrdny of a
K rich slrllco on tho property.
HT Tho management has been driving a
H' tunnel to reach tho contact, and had cstl-
1 mated that It would bo reached at tho
Hr depth of scventy-flvo feet. Tho nows re
1 cclvod yesterday was to tho effect that nt
1 a depth pf twemy-flvo feot a strong vein
t had been uncovered. Assays from it show
Hj! -0 per cent copper, 1.20 gold and $2 sliver
j From tho general nppcaranco of this
underground territory, tho management is
Hh looking forward to a sensational dlscov-
ir at the contact.
Hr Tin Gibraltar property is in closo
H proximity to that of tho Boston Terrace,
H considered a most valuablo property, as
K is rldcnced by tho fact that nearly SC00,-
H ntil recently tho claims of the Gibraltar
1 Until recently the claims of tho
H Glbrnltar have only been developed to
H' iho extent of assessment work, but tho
advent of 2Ur. Preston has changed all
M 'hi?, and tho work now In progress Is
H undertaken with a view to dovoloplng the
H; property into a paying proposition.
II EQUALS DE LAJiIAR HOLDINGS.
I Capt. Do Lamar Has S2,000,000 in
I' Sight New Company Sanguine.
! A short time ago several of Tonopah's
I representative mining and business men,
delegated Charles Maunder to proceed to
! Doth valley and secure by purchase a
I j ' omislrg group of claims, which had
bm cfi-er'od them, says iho Tonopah Do
ra nza. How wall ho fulfilled his mission
f r.ay be Judged when It Is told that with
1 ir. twelve days after leaving for that for
b'dden section, ho sccuved tho property',
madi." the first payment, put four men to
wotk returned and had the Incorporation
I -r crs on their way to South Dakota for
If Tho group, which comprises six claims,
j adjoins tho Kano Wonder group In the
I 1 unornl range, for which Capt. Do La
rar recently paid $170,000. Mr. Maunder
! states that Capt. Do Lamar has 100.000
i lens of ore blocked out on the Kane
t "Wonder property, which averages $27.60
' a ton In gold, and which can be worked
J for J7.G0 a ton, the 100,000 tons thus-not-1
ting him $2,000,000. Ho also states In his
; opinion tho property secured by himself
, una ac-oclntcs is just as rich as that of
Capt. Do Lamar. On it they havo two
tig ledges that give assay values of from
?. to $5C1 In gold and one of the ledges,
called the Blackbird. Is from fourteen to
i eighteen feot thick. It Is schist with a
I big capping of ciuartzite. Tho company
I incorporated by Maunder and associates
j to handle the property Is called tho Call
I fcrnla and Nevada Gold Mining company.
I incorporation bolng under tho laws of
I South Dakota and tho capitalization 51,
OiJ000. Tho Incorporators aro James L.
Butlor. Judge Kenneth Jackson, Charles
F Maunder. Thomas Arden, E. J. Wald
mrn, A J. Gregory, B. L. Hlckmnn,
Duncan B Harrison, W. H. Routlodgo
and Georgo "W. Lynch, and It Is certainly
a strong company, Tho officers will bo
chosen In a fow days and If he will ac
cept, Charles F. Maunder will be man
ager of tho company.
I TELEPHONE LINE FROM CISCO.
All Camps in Gold Basin to Be Con
nected by Wire.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BASIN, La Sal Mountains, Dec. 21. A
movement Is on foot herc for tho build
ing of a telephono line from Cisco into
j the different mining camps of tho La
i Sal district, in opposition- to the line al
ready established from Moab to Castle
; ton The principal promoter is J. H.
' Clark of tho Inter-State company In
i Gold Basin. Tho new line will run di
rect from Cisco to Richardson, and from
there tnkc tho cut-off routo straight
through the country via Porcupine ranch
to Gold Basin, over tho Wilson mesa. A
branch line will then be extended from
1 Porcupine to Miners' basin and ovor tho
range Into Beacr basin. Half of tho
ncessaiy capital has been already sub
scribed and work Is to be started soon
after tnc New Year.
The machinery and supplies for the
Int?r-Stntc company In Gold basin Is
now on tho road and clx-horsc teams aro
hauling and transferring It as fast as
. possible into the basin..
Another load of rich uranium-vanadium
ore Is soon to bo shipped from the Welali
Lofftus mine to Niagara. N. Y. Tho oro
seems to Increase in quality and quantity
I as depth is gained, and tho vanadium vnl-.
ues arc more Important'.
I DOINGS AT ELY.
Salt Lakers Have Lare Interests
There Camp Is Active.
Dr Keogh. president of tho Sapho Mi
ning company of Ely, Ncv., brought in
Mr. John Weber of Ely, Ncv. Ho Is a
brother of Col, P. C. Weber, who died
hero a little while ago.
Mr. John Weber gave the following
news for publication:
Thcro Is a groat deal of talk about
building a railroad from Ely to Wolls.
The White Pino Copper company Is doing
a great deal of work thero concentrating.
They h.cd an experimental concentrator
thuro which proved very successful.
The Boston and Nevada companies aro
also doing a great deal of work. They
employ about 100 men at their mines went
of Ely, and tho Gcroux Copper company
Is also doing, a great deal of work.
Tho Sapho Mining company intends
to puL on a number of men next spring
to develop their properties. The town Is
nourishing. Everything is looking bright.
The W hlto Pine Copper company in
tends to build a thousand-ton furnace
next spring about three miles below tho
ANOTHER GOLDFIELD COMPANY.
Hj Salt Lakers Organize to Exploit the
Riches of Nevada.
Attracted by tho known valuo of Nc
vada as a country, the wealth of which
In the way of minerals, Is attracting tho
attention of the mining world, another
Salt Lake company has been organized to
Tho name of the company, which will
be Incorporated under tho laws of tho
District of Columbia, Is the Utah-Gold-field
Mining company. Its officers and
incorporators are O. J. Salisbury, preal
dent: W H. King, vice-president; A. T.
Sanford, secretary and treasurer. Charles
Crlsmon, G. W. Moycr and R. P. Hunter
of Ogdcn. with tho officers mentioned,
make up the directorate.
. TJ?0 coml)any will bo Incorporated for
51,000,000 shares at a valuo of 1 each.
It Is understood Ahnt the corporation
haB secured a number of valuable claims
"TDlamondfleld as a basis of organlza-
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS,
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern, Palmor House.
DENA'ER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolus, B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR, Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northorn.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
WABASH HITS TOBOGGAN.
Slumps to the Extent of 50 Cents
The fcaturo of yestorday's business on
tho mining exchange was tho slump of
Wabash during tho afternoon from 53.05
a share to 52.50, at which price sales wore
made. It Is believed that today will seo
another slump In this stock.
Now York ovlnced Its strength by ad
vancing to 30U cents a share, and tho
goneral opinion is that tho price is not
hotter than tho merits of this company.
May Day was active, selling as high as
22 cents In tho afternoon.
Sliver Shield fell off slightly Tetro was
In demand for future delivery.
Tho total number of shores sold during
tho day was 55,900, for which 511,173.60 was
received. The closing quotations follow:
1 A.. M. P. M.
I Bid. Asked Bid. Askod.
AJax 15 .11 5 .13 5 .HVI5 .13
Boston Con . 6.S71.
Bull-Beck . . 1.00 " 2.00 1-00 2. CO
But-Lib 1HA .12& .11& -12VI
Carlsa 12 .15
Con Mcr 3l,i .3,4 .3G'j
Century 13 .03 .13
Crcolo 35 35
Daly 2.TO 2.70 2.P1 2.(5
Daly-Judgo . 4.70 5.00 A.lo 5.00
Daly West . 11.00 11.80 11.00 11. SO
E & E B 75 .90 .75 .00
Galena 00 .07
Grand Ccn .. 3.05 3.20 3.00 3.20
Gold Bon ... .03
Horn Silver . 1.20 1.25
Ingot 01 .02 .01 .01,i i
Jim Butler .. ol ........ .CO
Joe Bowers . .01 01 .01
Little Bell .20 1 35 1.00
Llttlo Chief .( .02 ,03Vi .03 .03tf,
L Mam .09 .11 12
Mon Ton ....I 1.72 2.05
Mammoth . .1 1.45 1.52 1.45 1.G0
May Day ... .21 .22 .211 . .21
Martha W 01 01
McNamara . .21 21 .23
New York .. .2S .29 ,30ft .30
Ontario 4. CO 3.90
Petro 09 00V
Rocco-I-I GO L 50
Rich-Ana . . .01 01 .03
Swansea . ..1 .25 25 . 35
Sac 03 . .09 M .09
Sll King 50.00 C5.CO C0.00
Star Con 11 .13 .11 .13
Sll Shield .. .09U .10 .09 .10Vi
Tcnopah . .. 9.25 9.12 9.S7
Ton Bel ...... .65
Ton Ext .... 2.75 2.75
Ton Mid 32 32 . 3S .
Tetro 17 .22 .18ft .20
U S 2J.50 24.50
U Sam Con.. .23ft .21ft .23ft .23V-
Utah 35 GO "
Victoria . .. 2.C0 2.20 2.00 2.20
Vic Con 03ft .04 .03ft .04ft
Wabash . ... 2.90 3.00 2.50 2.C5
Yank Con ... .37 .40 . 37 .40
Mammoth, 150 at 51.E0.
May Day. 700 at 22c.
Sacramento, 1000 at 9ftc.
New York, 400 at 29ftc; 00 at 29c.
Wabash, 100 at $3.10.
Mammoth, 100 at S1.C0.
May Day. 1500 at 21 c.
New York. 2000 at 2Sc: 1000 at 29c.
1 Silver Shield, 2000 at 9c.
Tetro, 500 at 19c. eoller thirty days.
Shares sold, 10,200; valuo, 52766.75.
Daly, 100 at S2.G5.
Grand Central, ICO at 53.10.
May Day, 2000 at 22c, 1000 at 21?c. 1CO0
at 21ic, 2000 at 21ftc, spllcr sixty days:
COO at 21ftc.
Uncle? Sam, 2500 at 23c, COO at 21c.
New York, 1CO0 at 29c, 200 at 29c, 2500
at 30c, 1000 at 29c, seller sixty days; 500
at 30c, 150 at 30ftc.
Tetro, 600 at 19c.
Little Chief, 2000 at 3c.
Wabash, 100 at 53.05, 100 at 53.00, 100 at
52,95. 100 at 52.10. 100 at 52.S5, 100 at 52.S0,
100 at 52.50.
Carlsa, 1000 at 13c.
Lower Mammoth, 500 at 0'Ac, $00 at 10c
May Day. 2000 at 20c.
Now York, 500 at 30c, 1000 at 30ftc. '
Wabash. 103 at 52.50, ICO at 52.65.
Shares sold, 25,700; value, 5S406.75.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FItANCISCO. Dec. 21, Tho offlclnl
closing quotatlona ror mining etocka today
wcro as follows:
Aha . .? .01 Halo & Norcross ...1.05
Andes 17 Justlco . to
Belcher .yi Mexican 1.10
Bt & Bclchor .. ,SS Occidental n ... .78
Bullion 21 Ophlr 3 CO
Caledonia Ad Overman 07
Chnllcnuo Con 19 Potoel . ... 14
Chollur . M Savauo 19
Conricjcnco 70 Sep JJolchor 03
Con Cala & Va.... 1.G0 Sierra Novada 11
Con Imperial 01 Silver Hill D
Crown Point H Union Con 17
Exchequer 46 Utah Con 03
Gould & Currlo IS Yollow Jacket 14
NEW YORK MINING STOCK8.
Adams Con .20 Llttlo Chief 05
Alice 60 Ontario 3.75
Drecce - , 1G Ophlr 3.00
Iirun'uwlck Con ... .03 Phoenix , ic
Comstock Tunnel, . .OS Potosl 10
Con Cnl & Va .... 1.J0 'SavaBo ., '14
Horn Silver 1 C3 Slerni Nevada .... "34
Iron Silver ... 2.00 Smnll hopes 25
LeaUvIllo Con ... .02 Standard 2.03
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro . ..? ,C.C0 Mohawk 49 00
Alfouoz 17.S714 Mont Coal & C. 4 75
Amalgamated . G5.25 Old Dominion . 18.00
American Zinc, 12.03 Owola 91 00
Atlantic 15.75 Pnrrot 26 50
Blnffhom is.73 Qulncy 105.00
C U H..JG35.0OGG40.0O Shannon 8.3714
Contcnnlnl .... 24.00 Tnmnrnck 118.00
Copper Hnnsc. CI. 50 Trinity 8.S7U
Daly West ... 11.75 U S Mining ... 21.25
Dominion Cool. CC.OO U S Oil . 11 00
Frunklln 10.SO Utah n'co
Grnnby ........ 5.00 Victoria ... 425
Ialo Royalo .... 25,00' Winona ) n.zi
Mas3 Mining .. S.M Wolvorlno 101.CO
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mnss.. Dec. 21.-Thero was
very llttlo business donb In tho Boston
market today, although at one time there
wcro numerous bids for largo blocks of
stock around tho room. Thcro aro very
few stocks offering, and had It not been
for the sharp break In tho New York
market our stocks would have closed
Htrong, but the weakness of Amalgamated
caused copper shares to hesitate and somts
Instances show a weakness. Tho tone
however, continued good until the clos
ing. Hornblower & Weeks, brokers, 53 Stato
street, Boston, and 10 Wnll street. New
York, furnish the following quotations:
Sales. Illgh. Low. Close.
Amal ...70S5 56S.00 554.75 5C5.50
Bingham 270 21.50 31.00
Boston 100 G.25 t
D. W -ISO 12.00 11.87 ..!!!!'
U. S. M. 1060 24.75 21.25
.Utah 1035 42.00 41.C0 42.00
Mercury. 35033; filed 5.30.
Royal Bread i pure; every loaf bear
I our label with the crown. -At all
ffrocers and flrst-cJaas reBtauranta.
yd Mt. - Company
io MM flml
Manager Long States That Late De
velopments Havo jYTaclo Plant
James Long, Jr., manager of the prop
erties of tho Gold Mountain Development
company, Is in from camp to spend a few
days In recovering from a scve.ru cold.
Manager Long states that tho material
for snow3hcds on the Gold Mountain De
velopment company's property Is now In
and that tho construction has been com
menced. An Immcnso amount of work la being
dona on this property. Tho underground
workings have an extent of over 4000 feot
and the showing madu so far Is such a3
to necessitate tho construction of a plant
on the property as soon aa milder weather
Mr. Long states that tho Sovlcr Con.
mill Is In nctlvo operation and Is hand
ling somo romarknbly lino ore.
A forco of mon Is at work on tho An
nlo Laurlo extonslon and tho retruns havo
been extremely gratifying to the man
agement. Mr. Long state.r that a number of peo
ple aro working on Deer creek and that
the Richfield Mining ,and Milling com
pany, operating on this territory, are sat
isfied with tho showing so far.
Assessment work is being dono on a
number of properties and tho territory
is remarkable for tho activity manifested
in tho mining line.
Blast Furnace Will Be in Operation
Th new blast furnace at tho Yampa
smelter at Bingham has been completed
nnd will be placed In commission some
time next week. This is tho announce
ment made by General Manager Walter
S. Kelly yesterday
Manager Kelly states that smelting
with tho now rovorberatory furnaco will
begin about tho middlo of Janunry, and
that by February 1 tho roaster will bo In
commission, making it possible for tho
plant to handle an output of COO tons of
oro a day from the mine.
The stack for tho rovorberatory furnaco
Is practically completed, tho building
which is to contnln tho furnnco Is under
cover and tho Edwards roaster Is under
STEIKE ON MAC NAMAEA.
Manager Believes Famous Mizpoh
Ledge Has Been Encountered.
Special to Tho Tribune.
TONOPAH, Nov., Dec. 21. The most
important strike In tho Tonopah district
for several months past was mado Mon
day morning In the MncNamara mlno,
when the men working on tho 300-foot
lecl encountered what Is bolloved to bo
the Mlzpah ledgo. Tho Btrlko was made
about thirty feet south of the shaft,
Vxhllo cross-cutting, a ledgo eight foot
wide being encountered, from which as
says of from 5500 to 5250 were secured.
The vein will easily average over 500
thu ton. Manager Josephs Is positive that
ho has tho Mlzpah ledgo, for the charac
ter of rock is the samo and tho trond of
the ledgo Is direct from Mount Oddie
east nnd west.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers nnd
brokers, furnish the following morning
closings on Tonopnh stocks received yes
terday from San Francisco over their
Col. Mountain, 403-110; Goldficld of Ne
vada, 75c bid; Jumbo. 59S62c; Jumbo Ex
tension, 21c bid; McNamara, 22-52 tc; Mon-tana-Tonopah,
52.16i2.20; Redtop, lS19c;
Sandstorm, -lOITIlc; Tonopah-Belmont, CS
ffj70c; Midway, 33fr3oc. Tonopah Con., 9',i
(&9c North Star. 22j23c; Vernal, 13c
Ore and Bullion Settlements.
Ore and bullion settlements for yester
day amounted to 57C.500. As reported bv
McCornlck & Co., they wcro as they fol
low: American bullion, 54S.10O; gold, sil
ver and lead ores,' S3S.IO0.
Silver advanced to 61 cents an ounce.
Copper sold (it 14 cents per pound, and
lead at 53.50 and 54.GO per cwt.
Mining Notes. v
A rich strike Is reported In the Mon-tana-Tonopahat
Manager Sydney Bamberger departs
for the Fortunla Thursday morning.
Two cars of ore from tho E. , F.- mines
at PJocho reached the market today.
F. W. Muhlenbrook, who Is operating
a mining property at Stockton,- is in the
! city. ,
The BInghain-Ncw Haven mine at
Bingham marketed four cars of oro to
day. D. P, Rohlfing. manager of the Frisco
Contact company, departed for camp last
Superintendent A. J. Cushlng of the Pio
neer Sampling company Is in the city
II, C. Bellenger, superintendent of con
struction for tho Yampa smelter, spent
vnstnrdnv In t1ir cllv
S. W. Tarbet. manager of tho Estella
mlno near Mllford, recently Inspected
somo mining property near Modona.
A carload of bullion from the Utah and
Eastom Copper company's smelter In
Washington county reached" tho samplers
Eastern advices slate that the Utah
Consolidated la now earning on a 15-cent
coppor market, profits at the rate of
52,100,000 annually, which is CQuaKto 57 a
James A Pollock, president of tho Salt
Lake Stock and Mining exchange, has
gone- to Missouri, to remain until after
Tho governing board of the Mining ex
change has made a ruling which pro
vides that tho rulo governing bids and
offers as It applies to cash stock, shall
also apply to stocks offered for futuro
The Kilmarnock company, operating
cast of Contorvllle. twelve miles north
of this city, Is shoving In a tunnel to tap
the ledge, and Is also building a boarding
and bunkhouso to accommodate more
W. M. White has been requested to
make new maps of all the old workings
of the Majestic company's property and
also to measuro up and survey sevoral
ncv ore bodies. He will be unablo to
go to Beavor county for some time,
however, on account of an attack of
Manager Will Lawrence has returned
from a visit to the Scottish Chief, but
has nothing In tho way of now discov
eries to roporU Ho shipped somo very
nice ore during the lime he was at the
property from tho lower levels and the
drift on tho EOO-foot level has been pushed
In forty-five feet to connect with the rich
chloride of silver oro which was discov
ered on tho upper levels. A raise Is be
ing pushed up from this drift and has
cone nlno feet.
HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS '
Dec. 23, 21. 25 and 31, and Jan. 1, to all
points on SALT LAKE ROUTE. ONE
FARE FOR ROUND TJlLPAa-i, .
j 13 E 1 di E S
;: We Have Every Book i
3 of Value
t Bargains in Every Depart-
1 ment ' ;
I 1-3 to 2-3 Off on All Framed jj
i ra n 3
j Not All" j
I Christy's latest. A handsome t
j miner sitting at his cabin door
; day-dreaming of 'his sweet-
y heart. We telegraphed for
; forty copies. i;
A Waterman Ideal Fountain Pn s
;f A Box of Our Holly Stationery
: A Woodbury-Hunt Calendar $j
Wq Are Moving Into Our
New St. ore
121, 123, 125 West 2nd
The Hoe & Smelter
WARREN C. BOGUE. Local Mgr.
Assay supplies and chemicals will bo
found aj. new location.
Ixcal forecast for today Snow and colder.
Yesterday's record at tho local oftlco of tho
Maximum tcmpornturo. TO degrees; minimum
tcmpornturc. 25 degrcos, mean temperature. 10
degrees, which 9 desreos above the nominl.
Accumulated cxccjo of tempcraturo alnco tho
flrat of the month, 20 degrees.
Accumulated excess of. tempcraturo slnco
January 1. 1.01 degrees.
Total prcclpltntlon from C p m. to C a. m.,
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation since
tho firm of the month. .EG Inch.
Accumulatod deficiency of precipitation since
tho Ural of January. K Inch.
. J. HYATT.
Betrayed Girl Takes Pevenpe.
NEW YORK. Dec.' 21. Mary Olah, a
Hungarian girl, .shot SIgmund Bohn, a
waiter, at the Cafe Boulevard early to
day and then sent two bullets Into her
own body, dying later.
Bcforo the young woman died, she said
that Bom had betrayed her before she
learned that be had a wlfo and two chil
dren. It to believed that Bohn will recover.
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL.
Fow People Know How Useful it is in
Preserving Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
Is the safest and most efficient disinfect
ant and purlllor In nature, but fow realize
Its value when taken Into the human sys
tem for the same cleansing purpose.
Charcoal Is a rejnedy that the more you
take of It tho better; It Is not a drug at
all, but simply absorbs the gases and Im
purities always present in the stomaoh
and Intestines and carries them out of the
Charcoal sweetens tho 'breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating onions
and other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Im
proves the complexion, It whitens tho
teeth and further acts as a natural and
eminently safe cathartic.
It absorbs tho Injurious gases which
collect In thQ stomach and bowels; It
dlflnfccts tho mouth and throat from tho
poison of catarrh.
All druggists soli charcoal In ono form
or another, but probably the best char
cqaL and tho most for the money Is In
Stuart's Charcoal- Lozenges; thoy aro
composed of tho finest powdered Willow
charcoal, and other harmless nntlseptlcs
in tablet form or rather In tho form of
large, pleasant lasting lozenges, the char
coal being mixed with honey. . .
A dally ubo of those lozenges will soon
tell in a much improved condition of the
general health, better complexion, sweet
er breath and purer blood, and the beauty
of It Is, that no possible harm can result
from their continued use, but on tho con
trary, great benefit
A Buffalo physician In speaking of tho
benefits of charcoal, says "I advise Stu
art's Charcoal Lozenges to all patients
suffering from gao in stomach and bow
els, and to clear the complexion and puri
fy the breath, mouth and throat; I also
believe the llvjr Is greatly benefited by tho
dally use of them; they cost but twonty
flve cents a box at drug stores, and al
though In somo sense a patent prepara
tion, yc T believe I got more and hotter
charcoal In Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges
than In any of tho ordinary charcoal tab-
I It's a poor man, in- j
I deed, who doesn't
I carry a Leyson )
I watch 'Phone 65
I for the correct time ;
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holiday baking If ';
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Ask for our weekly letter.
Elliott, Williams & Colburn
Mlnco and Mining Stock Boueht, Sold
and Reported on.
Hellablo Information furnished concern
ing Tonopah and Goldflold dlstrlcto.
FRED W. DULFER
Representing Starr & Dulfcr, Tonopah,
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
Members S. F. Merchants Ex., Cal.
Stdck Ex., S. F. and Tonopah Mining Exchange.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
ERS' MEETING, n
Notice Is hereby given that at a special
meeting of tho stockholders of the Fish
Springs Mining company, a corporation
oi Utah, Is called and will bo held at
the office of tho company, Room 300 Atlas
block. West Second South street, Salt
I.ake City. Utah, on Thursday. January
12, 1905, at 5 o'clock p. m. of that dav
for tho purpose of ratifying, adopting
and approving the action of tho Poard of
Directors of tho corporation In authoris
ing tho nalo and conveyance of ail the
mining and other properly ot tho cor
poration, granting an option to purchase
same for 510.CO0. and leasing the prop
erty during tho life of tho agreement
and option A copy ot the leaso, agree
ment nnd option Is on fllo with W. M
Bradley, Secretary of tho company, at tho
office above named and subject to Inspec
tion by any stockholder. .
By order of the Board of Directors.
FISH SPRINGS MINING CO..
By John .Morehouse, President
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of tho Kolth-O'Brlen company will bo i
held at the office of the company, room
No. 100, David Keith building, In Salt
Lake City. Salt Lake county. Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17. 1D05, at 2 o'clock p
m., -for the election of officers and tho
transaction of such other business as
shall lawfully como before it.
E, G. KIDDER, Secretary.
Salt Lake City, Utah, December 15
THE UTAH SUGAR CO.
Tho rogular quarterly divi
dend of li per cent on tho
preferred stock of Tho Utah
Sugar company will bo paid
at tho of 11 co of tho company
on December 31, 1KM. Tho
stock transfor books of tho
company will close December
22,0504, at 5 p. m.. and be re
opened January 2, 1903, at 10
HORACE G. WHITNEY,
Sec. and Troas.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Doe.
I Useful Instructive Ornamentall
XMAS GIFTS. XMAS GIFTS. XMAS GIFTS I
, f Trices to make your money go the farthest. J
Chafing Dishes, Carving Sets, Table Cutlery, FiVe.o 1
Teas, Shaving Outfits, Fancy Playiiig Cards, Kodaks, 8k
Flexible Flyers, Scroll-Saws, Tool Chests, Athletic Go'od8
Store open evenings till Xmas. isji '
r ' We Treai m1 Cure S
CATAimil Doafncas. 'oso nnd Throat A fcS&Atfjfc
Troublo, Eyo nnd Ear Disease. Bronohlnl fft. 1-y5lSM
anU LunK Troubles, Afltbma, Stomach. I.lv- J-" WSB
nr una Kidney Dlwaso. Plodder Tronblet. tf)Wm
Foroalo Complaint, Chronic Ulicasos of (A, ' itVVlfH i
Womon and Children. Heart Dl&oxno, Nor- p I, LSMfi
touji Dlwiscs, Chorea, iSl, Viiub' Daneoi. i -T W
Btcrllltr, Klckois, Spinal Trouble, Skin 1)1- j,
soac5. Sciatica nod Ilbouruatlsru, DIjciucj SjIA.
of Nio BokcIb. Piles. KlMuIu und Ilecitil CvtVVvSzk
Troubles. Gollru (or blK nook). Wood Dl- JMAjmv
seases, Tapo Worm, liar Fever' Hysteria, 'fJWBr
Epilepsy. InBoranln, etc, aud all Hervous, h'StSfrV.llS
PrlTiito nud Chronlo Diseases. fZ&Wlr V"
Homo Treatment Curox. ,VVrltofnr tyjiittf
froo symptom Hot IT jun cannot call. cjseji,
H du. a. J. suonce. Conaultutlon Frrfe. nn. o. v, SHotj,
Weak Men Pay When Cured!
1 Siloii YOU AIIB THE VE11Y PBKSON WJ3 rend upon our word, thousand, otwt
W ANT TO TAT.K TO. av0 inuoreod us. NOW WE WA.VrVfiVrS!1
WWo Ua?o pToVon our kill In curing OHRONIO TOU Uh tho distinct nlomCDdln.
dlsoasco br publishing tho many volunum". will not demand a TOE until 0 e3Tt?i
fHtlmonlals from home people. Klvlnc names, This applies to Lo Manhood, ScttlartffJf
nloiurea ana aUUrc-its. no8S- Spermatorrhoea, Goiiorrhwa. e3'
ploturca ana auuix-scs. Var cocolo. I) eoawitof the ProMiUo flliS i?V
AVE CAN'T rUBLISn OUK CURES n(llural jcs. Contracted ifflcn'f.S
IN PKIVATE DISEASK8 Uro. cto.. Contagions lllood ToTwd ijV
Becauso It nonld botrny contldenco. Honeo. WBAKN ESSES of men, '
zExvxv nuloM-'r2as.of trou' f ds &,?-!
I DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 Sa,Sa5j
i j ' StAng of a superior quality, Is rapidly taHrfij"
1 b.'Sl(Wht' t5a0 ?lao of Eastom Importations. At )'
OMiiW Jamo prico as our otic? brands. Try it
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5K i Microscopic and Annly tic Phyrfdu.
MMHW CURES Fits, Nervous AVeakness. W
v?Svi'Vi ralgla. Varicocele, "Weak Spine. B11!mH
L- ti tiyi' ness, Gravel, Soro Eyes, Lunp DlteiseB
PTi" Ri tMtrir Tape Worm, Dyspepsia, Liver and K
Pilalwv .tiVy uSTY ney Complaint, Deafness. Catarrh, &TI1
VAArt&k-w l&n iS't e slpolas, Old Sorca, Scrofula, JlheumstlsMfJ
WSMWllWiii ?V st,ff Joints. Piles In their worst fcrallfl
V? VyD-VtfH aTK. Thosa nflllcted with Epilepsy or Tito
wQ&V$br J v bo perraanentlr cured M
'jliwaTO By tno ald t,,Q Microscope we oafrflB
ifsSvvri tect Calcut, Cancerous Matter, Carboati
stg&'lMtffflK fl of Lime, Albumen, and all extriEKKflM
ySv2 jLj&sy 1 y substances mixed tvlth tho Urlce cH
iyJhyF ZZxzS1 Blood. This Is the sclentlllo principle cf!H
IvJPsvfih L treating Chronic DIaoascs. 'jjM
1 IMKK Wk t sP Ctln 00 found at his office, St Elno HwM
' Vs. V to1- from 10 a- m- to 4 p. m. Rooms 1, IB
gs THB KN0WLEDGB 0P DI9EABD lS
1 4 DOCTOR GOOSM
i PROSTATIC TROUBLES NERVOUS DEBrLrr"? S
3 pormnnently cured, no mat- Cures quick nnd wJHj
: ter how long standing tho Wsssa 0 to CO days, by my ovn
dloeaae, In from 5 to 20 days. ff mous method. .W
: STRICTURE m 1 VARICOCELE M
! cured In 15 days, without ' (il r lotiv md rjnaa;t'H
, '. cutting, pain, druga or de- (f V ?Pie, Chv mr new proWB
l tontlon from business. . ? y,Vj g, cable VnffM
) WASTING WEAKNESS ?1 Bpear
'! t TImo of cure. 10 to 60 day.,1 v V4a53W 'OTooulesl
' by my original, very slmplo A NaJft Santeei S
' remedy (used exclusively Tby VJ ,ut0 cure etinr3n W
, me- 5rfvNr hMM BLOOD POISON -V
! PRIVATE DISEASES Every vesU5o of pHgjfl
cured In 8 to 10 days, with- MVlHTy moved from WwrBJsijB
outtho use of polEonouB NJ aId of mercu"
Consultation la free and Invited, and In consulting mo you mayb S"cSB
nothing that sclonco can devlao or skill perfect has been left undone w
you-rTaT,?S,ct5;dy' Gafe and permanent cure. -0tar tK
WRITE mo In ful confldonce. explaining your troubles ns they v
you, and rcceivo by roturn mail my honest and candid opinion of 1 v fltJBI
I For live cents per pound we guarantee you will never baeH3zeiB
butter. It coats only this much more than other brands to get buttH
which not only carries this guarantee, hut gives you the jK
made. It costs but a trifle per meal, why not have the best7
I T TNION iiSSAY OFTICE, JK
I U M. S. HANAOEB.
Removed to 1SS ?onth Et?BB
SAMPLES BV aUXL
111 receive prpt c n vtitt
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