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II J; 6 THE &AIT XiAIOS TRIBTHSTE: WEPITflSDAY MOE3MG-, APEXL 6, 190. " T
1 1 News of Mine, of ProspectTof Furnace and of Mill
, SMELTER ALLIANCE
: !N OPERATION
lirst IiOfc of Copper Company Ore
.. J - Goes to the Bingliam Con.
i j Furnaces.
,1 : The first lot of concentrates to arrive
Jfrom the Utah Copper company's mill
i ltt Bingham canyon is now being1 fed
to the furnaces of the Bingham Con.
, smelter, said Superintendent Nutting
' on his arrival from the plant to confer
with the genoial management during
,' the aftemon, this run on the high grade
product from its new client partaking
Bomowhat of the "experimental," al
i though that It will yield as submlssive
a I ly to methods by which the crude
" ' output of the ' diggings has been
-.1 ' anastered Manager MacVIohle nor his
4 superintendent entertain the least un
j 1 easiness. That the output of this most
jj formidable youngster comes to the
jj Bingham Con. through any alliance be
f ' I tween it and the American S & Tt com
, ' I pany, with which latter the copper com
I pany recently contracted for the reduc
tion of Its product, Capt. MacVJchle
I . would not admit, nor would he afllrm
I ' that reports of an agreement between
i is 1 the two smelters were authentic. On
k 1 the contrary. Manager MacVIchle, who
( bad just arrived from the East after n
,! conference with the officials, declined
i lo discuss the reported agreement. The
' ) fact that the Copper company's product
Is going to Bingham Con. furnaces un-
,. der a contract with the American, how-
over, Is manifestly a verification of the
id story that there has been an agreement.
To meet the requirements of an hi
ts creased tonnage, no matter from what
source Incomes or through what chan
1 nels it passes, said Superintendent
I Nutting, no enlargements will be neces-
jk eary, as with the battery of four
lii furnaces with which the Bingham Con.
I is equipped, It Is capable of reducing
1 WOO tons monthly.
U i A Boston publication which arrived
, 1 i during the day explo' the agreement
1 , f between the smelters through consider
i, able space, and there is no reason to
discredit the information. The fourth
I furnace at the smelter will be fired up
when ore receipts justify it. This will
; I probablj' be the present month, when
I the outlet for Eagle & Blue Bell ores
will have been simplified and active
stoping begun at that property, which
Jj promises to respond so generously with
i gold and silver-bearing silicates.
Capt- MacVIchie reports conditions
T quiet In the East, with the list of stocks
from Utah In as good standing as is
Vs that of any State from which they have
f: been admitted to Eastern exchanges.
II I GOLD HUNTER MILL
( J p IS TO START UP
1 Having Inspected conditions at ,the
, i Gold Hunter mines and mill in the
'y Couer d'Alenes, made an Inventory of
j ' some of the gold-bearing mines in
, 1 Grass Valley and relaxed his energies
i at Los Angeles, D. A. Rahlflng returned
-to town yesterday to apply himself to
I local interests. At the Gold Hunter,
where the management has been apply
ing Itself to the blocking out of Its ore
i bodies with most gratifying results,
i the concentrator will start up again
next month with ores with which to
supply It indefinitely. With Its con
dition Mr. Rphlfing Is indeed very much
pleased and he is now relying on it to
take Us place among the most promi-
nent of that region. In Grass Valley
I he found much to interest him, but he
declined to discuss It at this time. Mr.
r Bohlfing, who waB accompanied by
j Mrs. Rohlfing on his pilgrimage, re
ports a most pleasant visit at Los An
geles, where they found much Interest
' manifested In Salt Lake.
j , THE DALY WEST'S
j i APRIL DIVIDEND
f i The shareholders of the Duly West
, Mining company will draw down the
, . j usual dividend the present month,
' whatever the subsequent action of its
I " j board of directors, and on April 15th
. will receive $117,000, the transfer books
' to close on Saturday next. It was un-
' der a resolution authorizing it that
! Assistant Secretary Mountney made
I y. the announcement yesterday a majority
' of the directors having absented, them-
, selves. President Bamberger was in
New York with Directors "Wood and
' Dickson in California, the only mem-
i bers of the household present being
I Messrs. McCornlck and Thompson. The
mill at the properties in Park City
, f, J which has been running light owing to
i the scarcity of water, was scheduled to
w reach the normal tonnage last night
j ' j GOLD BUTTONS
1 - FROM GRAND RIVER
I i "While the amalgam with which
!' 1 Charley Broom, up from diggings of the
jl jj Grand river eight miles above Moab,
;i I will not compensate him for efforts up
j to date, it does demonstrate the pres-
! I ence of cold In that stream and, with
I adequate equipment which Is now be-
lng installed upon the cars acquired
by him and Fred McGurrln, the wash-
1 Ing of gravel, on a commercial scale,
1 will follow. In the Installation of a
f- ' plant with which to get water upon tho
cars he has taken in a gasoline engine,
' ' the remainder of the equipment to be
j Hhlpped out of the city. Mr. Brown.
: who has thoroughly sampled the sands,
i says that while the proposition Is one
.f of "fine" gold along with the. black
2 Bands, with an aleaglnous element
1 a " which makes separation difficult, he
J has obtained tho use of a method by
i Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
I Ib the best and most popular medicine
W ! j In UBe for bowel complalnta. It never
j " falls and Is pleasant to take. Mr. R.
i "Woodward of Rosslyn, Ky saye, "I
j ,: have handled Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
i ' era and Diarrhoea Remedy for twelve
, ! i yearB; have never sold a bottle that did
' j not give perfect satisfaction, and It Is
) the best selling diarrhoea medicine that
J ( 1 x -handle." For sale by all druggists
which It can bo done and with this Is
prepared to go ahead. At Dewey Cross
ing', thirty miles above the Brown-Mc-Gurrln
diggings, Mr. Brown reports
thirty ment or more preparing for
active work this season, with a number
at intervals between, and he looks for
considerable activity. Not a few who
served an apprenticeship on the Snake
river have entered the region and with
results, are much pleased, while others
are coming In and the diggings should
be made quite productive.
VERY LIGHT DAY
ON MIMING EXCHANGE
Tho day's business on the mining ex
change was reduced to 11.S50 shares of
stock, that sold for $1055.60, the stalwarts
having been practically withdrawn. Daly
"West was tho only one of tho categore
loosened up and Its 9hop curtains were
drawn with the delivery of 100 shares at
$25.75. Although Grand Central la paying
24 per cent on $5 shares, the best to bo
had for It was a doilar less than that flg
'ure, while for Daly $2.20 was tho best to
be had. Star Con. was marked down to
UV cents on a report that trouble was
threatened in tho family ovor tho matter
of Increasing Its shares, whllo New York
was pretty much of n drug around &
cents. Uncle Sam showed eomo activity
around 21 cents, while tho best to bo had
for Century, notwithstanding the fine ex
hibit at tho annual meeting, was 71M
cents. Tetro, of which It is said that
President Pollock will add two strong
names to Its household at the meeting to
day, dropped down gradually, whllo a
pinch of Yankee Con. was released to a
bid of -it cents, the day closing on tho fol
I A. M. II P. M.
I Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Asked.
AJax $ .03 S .12 $ .07'S .11
Allco 10 10
Bul.-Bcck ... 1.00 1.G0 1.00 1.C0
Butler-Lib .. .1016 -lift .10
Carlsa 09 .0H .00
Century 71 .73A .71 .71j
Crcolo SO 30
C. Mercur .. .52 52 .KA
Dalv 2.2T, 2.20 2.C0
DalS'-Judgo . 4.00 4.50 4.00
Daly West .. 25.40 25.S0 25.50 20.00
Emerald 00& 00i
E. & B. B... .GO .55 .50 .55
Galena 00Vi OOtf
G. Central .. 4.00 4.35 . 4.5 4.40
Horn Silver . 1.00 : 1.00
Ingot 004 .01 .00 .01
Joe Bowers . .001 1 Wl
Little Bell .. .75 1.10 1.10
Little Chief . .01 .02 .01 .02'A
L. Mammoth .29 .25 .25
La Relnc ... .02 .01 .02 .01
Mammoth 1.01V4 1.02&
Manhattan 00 3-10 .00V .00 3-1(1
May Day 05$i .0C .05 .00
Mar. Wasli . .00& .01, .OlHt -OlVi
Mont.-Ton .. 1.50 1.70 1,45 1.70
New York .. .02 .OSVi -OSVi .00
Ontario 5.00 4.00 6.00"
Petro OS OS
Rlch.-Ana. .. .01 ,01j .01 .01
Rocco-r-I.. 50 60
Sunshine 00 00
S. Swansea 15
Sacramento . .17 .18 .1S .19
Sil. King 05.00
Star Con ... .14 .14 .14 .14
Sll. Shield .02 .035 03
Tetro 30 .31 -C04 -30
U. S 20.50 20.&0
Uncle Sam .. .20 .22 .21 .25
Utah 50 .60
"Wabash 04 .05 C6
Yankee Con. .41 .44 .42 .45Ui
MORNING SALES. .
Daly West, 100 at $25.75.
Star Con., 2400 at 15c; 300 at 14c; 800 at
Uncle Sam Con., 1500 at 20c; 500 at 21c.
Shares sold, GS00.
Selling value, $3500.25.
Star Con.. 700 at 14Va
Uncle Sam Con., ECO at 20&c; COO at 21c.
Shares sold, 1700.
Selling value, $309.
Now York, 1000 at S&c G00 at 8c 500 at
Tetro, 200 at 31c; 100 at 30c; 000 at 30?4c.
-Yankee Con., 50 at 41c.
Shares sold, 3250.
Selling value, S5G1.73.
Century, 200 at 71c; 200 at 71'ic.
Shares sold. 400.
Selling value, $231.50.
San Francisco Mining1 Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 5. The official
closing fjuotatlons for mining slocks to
day were as follows:
Andes 5 .-15 Justice $ .03
Belcher 22 Mexican 2.40
B. &. B 2.00 Occl. Con 85
Bullion 09 Ophir b.hVA
Caledonia 1.15 Overman 21
dial. Con, CO PotosL 20
Chollar 19 Savage 50
Confidence 90 Sag. Belcher . .14
C. C. & Va 1.60 Sler. Nevada . .72
Cm. Point IS Sil. Hill 58
Exchequer 18 Union Con. .. .80
Gld. & Currle .. .42 Utah Con 19
H. Sc. Norcr'ss... .89 Ycl. Jacket ... ,32
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adaaia Con $ .10 Little Chief $ .00
Alice 30 Ontario 4.50
Brecce . 13 Ophlr ., .5.50
Bruns. Con 03 Phoenix 05
Coma. Tunnel .. .09 Potosl 23
C. C. & Va 1.75 Savago 52
Horn Silver .... 1.25 Sler. Nevada ... .CS
Iron Silver 2.15 Sm. Hopes 15
Leadv. Con 02 Standard 2. CO
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$ 2.75 Mohawk . ..,$41.50
Alloucz 5.25 M. Coal & C. 250
Amalgam .. . 50.12VC- Old Domln .. 13.75
Am. Zinc...- 11.25 Osceola 69.00
Atlantic 8,25 Parrot 29.75
Bingham . ... 22,50 Qulncy SS.00
Cal. & H 45S.C0 Shannon .... 8.2o
Centennial . . 21.00 Tamarack . .. 9S.00
Cop. Range .. 43.02 Trinity 4.00
Daly "West ... 20.00 U; S. Mining. 20.75
Dom. Coal ... 69,75 U. S. Oil 0.25
Franklin .... 7.50 Utah 33.12
Grancy . ..... 2.75 Victoria .. .. 3,25
Islo Rovalc .. 7,25 "Winona 5.37
Mass. Mining. 4.50 Wolverlno . . 7LO0
Michigan . ... 0.50
BIG GOLD MINES
UNDER RYAN'S CONTROL
Horace Andrews, tho mining engi
neer, has returned from Bear Gulch,
Mont., where ho has been Identified with
the gold-bearing mines and mill of
which Henry M. Ryan is the niler. He
will not go back but will, In few days,
leave for Nevada In the interest of
prominent mining men, who have pro
cured his services. Letters from per
sonal friends now operating In that
region lnduco Mr. Andrews to believe
that the new fields out of Tonopah
possess considerable merit and to de
termine It he will make personal ex
Boston Copper Market.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass.. April C. Copper shares
got up quite a little steam today and the
prices moved along very easily. The ad
vance In tho metal, together with the
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
HOBTON Crawford. Porker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coateit
LOS ANGELES Tho Anpr.lUB, B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Street
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Wnldorf-Astoria, Imp
rlHl. Astor House,
OMAHA Tho Millard. Tho Paxtoa.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland HotoL
ST. LOUIS Plan torn. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
Washington wniard. Raioijch.
strength shown by Amalgamated, started
traders bidding up prices all around the
room. Commission bouses seem moro In
clined to enter tho market and on any
little activity they are neon to tako part
In tho movement. Tho market continued
strong until tho closing.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amal . ...032 $S0.62tt J4S.75 $50.3714
(Bingham 1530 23.12k 22.50 22.
Mercur . . 160 K.00 65.00 68.00
D. W. ... 1SS0 26.00 25.50 2o..5
U. S 1CS5 21.12& 20.87 21.00
Utah . . .1480 31.25 34.00 34.2o
Boston curb Sjoffu.ST.
GOLD OUTPUT OF
BOISE, April C Judged by actual min
ing results, Thunder mountain seems
likely to Justify tho predictions that havo
been made from tho start of tho boom.
Tho district was "turned down" by many
men who rushed In thero with tho early
stream of prospectors, but It has been
working out Us own salvation.
Tho best evidence of tho valuo of tho
mines Is tho actual results obtained In
tho Dewey mill, the only plant In the dis
trict. The mill produced during March
about J13.0C0 In bullion and Its production
during the winter has ranged from $5000
to $12,000. It Is a ten-stamp mill that was
, packed In thero on the backs of mules.
The ore has been running a little over $12
a ton on the plates.
In tho mine the developments havo been
highly satisfactory. Tho ore body, which
was some 303 feet thick In the upper levels,
has been found of eaual width bolpw,
while the averago grado Is much Im
proved. Tho ore taken out last summer
milled only about $S on the plates.
Tho mlno has been developed sufficient
ly to warrant the Installation of tio hundred-stamp
mill that was purchased for
It somo tlmo ago, and It will bo taken In
as soon ns the wagon road Is finished,
which will bo about the middle of August,
Other properties are looking fully as
well as the Dewey. Principal among these
Is tho Sunnysldc, It is said by many to
bo better than tho Dewey. That company
will also rush In a largo mill immediately
upon tho completion of the road. It haB
part of tho plant already on tho way, It
having been hauled out to tho end of tho
road last fall.
Five or six other plants will bo taken
In, two of which will go to tho Big creek
portion of tho district.
ANOTHER BIG DAY
FOR ORES AND BULLION
The day's settlement in tho ore and
bullion market amounted to $121,100, a
reflection of the change that Is being
wrought by good weather in the dig
gings. An analysis of the settlements
indicates a material Increase In the re
ceipts of ore, a corresponding Increase
In the output of bullion, McCornlck &
Co. reporting them as they follow:
American bullion, $60,500; gold bars,
?S100; gold, silver, lead and copper ores,
In the metal market silver ruled at
G5VS cents an ounce, lead at $3.50 per
hundred pounds, and casting copper at
12VI cents a pound.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Tho shareholders of the Annie Laurlo
Mining company will meet In annual ses
sion next month, at which tlmo the fato
of projected enlargements on tho mill will
bo decided. By that time tho extent of
ore bodies with which connection la Just
being mado through No. 5 tunnel will
have also been determined, so that Intel
ligent action may bo taken. That an en
largement of tho plant, which 13 now ena
bling Treasurer Ball to deal out half
dollar dividends each month, will be de
cided on Is most likely.
Down at Marysvale. S
P. M. McCrca, a former superintendent
of the Yankee Con. of Tlntlc and tho Com
mercial group at Bingham, has returned
from Marysvale and neighboring camps,
where he reports preparations for consid
erable development this year. At tho old
Webster mine ho found tho new crowd
working on ore In an upper tunnel and
preparing to get under It through a lowor
one, the ore running well up In silver, with
some gold. Mr. McCrea will return to tho
camps In that locality as soon as tho
Nervousness and Nerve.
Tho more nervous a man Is, tho less
r.6rvo ho has. That sounds paradoxical
but It Isn't; for nerve Is stamina.
Hood'B Sarsaparllla glvos ncrvo. It tones
tho wholo system, perfects digestion and
assimilation, and Is therefore tho best
medicine a nervous person can take.
If vou get tlrod easily, mcantally or
physically, tako It It will do you good.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-dlstanco telephone In
Pembroke Sells Them.
Car-bons and rlb-bons (for all type
writers), but they're good. Best we can
buy. Try them. Pembroke's, 54 "West
Second South, sign of Big Yellow Pencil.
McCoy's livery Btablp for carriages
, and light livery. Telephone 81.
Royal bread Is made by machinery.
Absolutely pure. All grocers sell It.
None genuine without our label with
! Strictly high grade work. 'Phone 61,
, AMERICAN LAUNDRY.
NEW TRAM FOB
Proposed Equipment Awaiting Con
currence of Interests in the
The Eastern Interest In tho Buck
horn group of mines at Ophlr concur
ring with that acquired some time
ago by the Western Exploration com
pany of this city, It will have soon been
equipped with transportation and the
great volume of wealth now exposed
converted Into bread-money. It was
with this assurance that "Wlllard T
Snyder, general manager for the Ex
ploration company, came In from tho
far East yesterday morning and, with
a representative of the Western In
terest on tho ground, there is no doubt
of the latter'a approval. Discussing the
proposition, Manager Snyder said that
with a tramway the owners of the
Buckhorn will be permitted to begin
without delay tho forwarding of a I
good quality of argentiferous-lead ore
to the smelters, while the milling ores,
of which there are large tonnages ex
posed, could find an outlet temporarily
at least at the Honerlne's new concen
trator, tho capacity of which will not
have been reached through the Honer
lne's own channels until connection has
been made via the long drain tunnel.
MaJ. Whiting, who Is here as the rep
resentative of the Eastern Interest In
the Buckhorn, is a gentleman who has
been for many years identified with tho
mining: Industry, and that his views will
harmonize with those of the local In
terest there need bo no uneasiness. In
deed, it Is reasonable to assume that
the Buckhorn, with his acquiescence,
will have soon been restored to Its place
among the producers of the State.
JDurlng his trip east. Manager Sny
der reports having met a large number
of Honerlne shareholders, all of whom
arc much pleased with results that
have been achieved by the company.
TO ENTER JUDGMENT
IN SK00KUM CASE
Special to Tho Tribune. '
BOISE, Ida., April 5.r-The famous
Skookum case from the Coeur d'Alenes
was before Judge Beatty yesterday on
a motion for entry of Judgment In ac
cordance with the decision of the Cir
cuit Court of Appeals. This Is the case
In which Kennedy K. Hanley, after
many years' litigation, recently secured
a final decision from the Court of Ap
peals which gives him a judgment of
about ?300,000 against Charles Sweeney
et al. of Spokane for ore taken from
the Skookum property representing a
one-eighth interest of which Hanley Is
adjudged to be the owner.
The Supreme Court of the United
States refused to Issue a writ of cer
tiorari in the case and Hanley then
moved that Judgment be entered in ac
cordance with the decision of the Ap
pellate court, which gives him consid
erably more than he was awarded by
Tho defense claimed the iudement
would have to be entered at Moscow, in
the northern district, where the case
was tried. Judge Beatty held with tho
defendants In the matter. An Inter
esting feature developed today, It be
ing the Intention of the defense to ap
peal directly from the Judgment of the
court to the Supreme court.
It Is claimed the original complaint
recited that Hanley had been deprived
of his property without due process of
law. On one branch of the case In
which Hanley was defeated he appealed
to the Circuit Court of Appeals. It Is
held by the defense that was an error,
the proper appeal being to the Supreme
court, as a Fedaral Constitutional prin
ciple was involved by reason of the
pleading referred to. Consequently,
they contend that all subsequent pro
ceedings have been void. On this point
the defense will appeal when judgment
shall have been entered.
The Tonopah producers reached the
market with two mora cars of ore yes
terday. Manager A. 13. Hyde, Jr., of tho Annie
Laurie, came up from the mlno yester
W. A. Scott of the Engineering and Mi
ning Journal, Now York, has returned
Hon. Alex H. Tarbot has roturned from
Idaho, whore ho has been Inquiring Into
Manager H.S. Josoph of the Silver Shield
and United Bingham loft for thoso Bing
ham properties yesterday.
H. F. Quint leaves for Nevada and Cal
ifornia the last of the week to conduct
an examination of mining properties.
Horn Sliver, with a G-cont dividend, sold
at 5L30 In New York last week, accord
ing to tho Engineering and Mining Jour
nal. Tony Jacobson, manacer of tho Colum
bus Con. of Alta departed for tho East
yestorday accompanied by Mrs. Jacob
son. James T. Fulton departed for Novada
during the day to conduct an examination
of mining properties to which his atten
tion was recently called.
Hon. L. R. Rogers, counsel for tho
Bingham Con. and other companies, haa
returned from Idaho, where ho has boen
on professional bualness,
C. L- Bucrplln of Colorado has been
added to tho Utah Copper company's lo
cal staff, his duty to bo present at the
sampling of tho concentrates.
Another lot of baso oro from tho Mam
moth of Tlntlc was marketed yesterday
on controls 'showing 7 per cent coppor,
$7.40 gold and 13 ounces silver.
Tho management of tho Victor Con. of
Tlntlc reached the sampler with two car
loads of copper ore taken from the winze
below the 600-foot lovol yestorday.
The shareholders of tho Star Con. will
meet at rooms 14 and 15. Walker Bank
building on Saturday at 2 p. m., for the
purpose of discussing and taking action
on tho proposed Increase In the number
Messrs P.. L. KImberly and Walter G.
Filer left for Twin P'alls, Ida., last night,
accompanied by Paul A. Rlckcl. to In
quire Into tho progress o work on tho
big land and power company's undertak
ing up there.
Prof. Henry Carmlchael of Boston Is
In tho city with dump ores to which
chlorlnatlon may be applied tho object of
his search. Tho professor has been Iden
tified with tho process many years and
rccognles In Utah a Hold of many possi
bilities. Tho management of the PIochc-Ncvada
Con. Ib at the sampler with a carload of
hlgh-grado silver and lead oro from lta
sensational discoveries out of Plooho. Re
turns from tho conslnnmont, which will
have boen tho first from tho properties,
are awaited with much Interest by a largo
number who havo Interested themselves
In tho proHpcotlvo bonanza.
A. J, Mac Mullen, manager of the O. K.
Extension, has returned rom Us proper
ties out of MUford.
For a single carload of ore from the
Utah of Fish Springs In tho Deep Creek
country tho cashier yesterday received a
check for nearly $2000. The contracts on
which tho settlement was made showed
10S ounces silver and 49 per cent lead.
Everything at tho mlno Is reported In
lino condition, with another consignment
of ore coiling lo tho surface.
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Kanaao City, Mo.
I PICTURE FRAMING
At Popular Prices. I
American Wall Paper Co. 1
6 E. THIRD SOUTH. (
I If you arc looking for Range satisfation B
Look her, and you will find it. I
We have the Modern Imperial, full-blued steel of I
highest quality at a medium price, I
m And the great Majestic, which you all know is I
recognized as the Best on Earth. H
M All designs in cither make.
I THE SALT LAKE I
B HARDWARE CO., I
ft EVERYTHING 424446 1
E IN HARDWARE. WEST SECOND SOUTH. 1
9 T 9 at? S arer to run a m
H lJ0!0fI niG&"car tan to keep N
U o& a hotel, but we have I
Ig mastered the art. Q
1 ijflf Dainty linen, spotless
silver, glistening cut H
3 j glas9 flowers on every m
I 01 tltCrS table from our own B
greenhouses, are some H
of the details that make
the service so satisfactory H
Leave Denver 4:15 p. ni. .and 10:35 p. H
j&HffpB Ticket Office, 79 W. Sscsad South St. I
1JBh R. P. NESLE1T, General A cent. I
gill TIME TABLE f
ARRIVE. V '
From Ocdcn. Portland. t'
Butte, Sar. Francisco, Chi- fcfc
cqbo. St. Loula, Omaha. Kg
ond Denver o.HJ a.m. mag
From OBlcn and Intcrmcdl- 1f)
ate polnta a'm' Wf
From Osdon. Cache Valloy. K
and Intermediate points 11. jo a-m- K
From' Ogdcn, Chicago. St. K
LouIh. Kansas City, Oma- V
ha, Denver and San Eran- m
Cisco -UJ P,in X I J
From OKdcn, Cache Valley. M
St. Anthony. Portland and m
San Francisco .jo p.m. wm
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver. Kansas City and
St. Louis 6-K a,m'
For Ogdcn. Portland, St, An
thony. San Francisco and
Intermediate polnta 10.2U a.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, 'Kansas City. St. 1on ,
LoulB and San Francisco.. 1:1U V'm-
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
Donvcr, Kansas City, Oma- r
ha, St. Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Valley,
Butte, Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and interme- :
dlate points ll- P-m
T M SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mtfr,
D. El BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A. f
City Ticket office, 201 Main street. ft
TABLE. fwJJ I
Ban Pedro. Loo An- ?r&&tyf S
Kleu Sr. EaH Lalte Sl K
R. Co. --
from Oregon Short Lino depot, 8elt Lfc
For Provo. Lehl, Fairfield apd IV v
Ncpbl, MantI and points on
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 a.m.
For Oarfleld Beach, Tooole,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka,
and Silver City 8K)0 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, MUford. Frisco,
Callentes and intormodlato
points , 6K5 p.m
From Provo, American Fork,
Lhl. Juab. MUford, Frisco,
Callontcs and Intermediate
points 9:35 a.m.
From Provo, Lchi, Fairfield,
Merour ana Sanpete Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton, Tooelo and
and Garfield Beach 5:35 p.m,
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cor Ser
rict between Salt Lako, MUford, Modena,
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada. j
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E. "W. GILLETT, J. L. MOORE,
Gen'l Pass. Agt. Commercial Agt, :
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through oar. Salt Lako City to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono change
to Now York, Buffalo and principal polnta
East low rates for summer travel. v-
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block.
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND,
Q. P. & T. A. Missouri PacJOc Ry St.
Louis, Mo., '
In effect November 23, 1503.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CTTT,
No. 10 For Bingham, Hebr,
Provo and Marysvale S;oo am "
No. lW-For Pork City """"r::: 8!l5 trnt
No. f-For Denver and East 8:20 a.mt
No. &-For Ogden and West 10:SO atm!
No. 1-For Ogden and West.."" l d rZ
No. S-For Denver and East 3:15 nm!
2or rivo d-iEuroka,.... 6:00 p!m.
No. &-For Ogden and local pts.. 6:06 p.m. 1
K0, iKor 5envor and East 8:06 n.n
No. 3-For Ogdon and West O0 a-S
A-RRIVB AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. O From Ogdon and tho East 8:10 Lm.
No. 13-From Ogdon and local pts 9:05
No. 7-Frora Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 atm
No. 5 From Denver and EaBt... 10-40 a!m
No. 1-From Denver and East., 1-35 nm
No. 2 From Ogdon and West.... 8-05 nm
No. 101-From Park City ..." bSI
No. 3-From Bingham, Hober.
Provo and Marysvale ,0o
No. -From Ogdon and the West TtSS p S
No. 3 From Denvor and East...ll:E3 n m
AU train except Nos. 1 to 6 i top
termedlato Dolnta, "
Ticket offlao, Dooly Block.
L A. BENTON, G. A. P,
A Most Important Feafnre) i
One of the essontu!SmPS. ' ' ( ? I
mcns clean cars. Tou"n tfl;rtattluli I 1
the "Santa Fo." Thes .!,.. nd 111010 J' -look
at, but are hetter J a,re S?0& to, '
STn itf&lh&'ii I
A1 KansasXSMn,,. t
New Mexico and ArlSna?lnIns " T
Aak me about reduce I 1 L