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The Salt Lake herald. (Salt Lake City [Utah) 1870-1909, January 25, 1885, Image 11

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FINANCE AMD MINING
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1 surprisingl Light Demand
for Homyi 0
ORE AND BULLION OUTPUT
flU
owell Companys NotesBank
rbe StrikeThe
Je oIptRTlio Qaoca
flora Silver General
The rec1t ha been without any par
transactions in business circles
ticulartranssctions
jUr
noticed
than we have already
the
other the leaning re ireruent and the lel s
in of the Emporium to Mr Thonia
lae bel1 the principal events though
ccrirrences noted all tend to
other
° liar tint nierchants arc building their
A HERALD
hgh for spring
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ic p1tioni
SSr called at Mr Eli B Kcl
rter nd nli
r E3terdap
jesterday and asked him
a y
whether soy he was flooded with applica
tions for the 30 ° ° ° he announced he
hAd to loan He replied that the de
mand r1S vey moderate what applica
tions he had had thus far had many
of them been declined necause they
offered real estate outside of the radius
to which ho hal limited his securities
Tit property within two blocks eastand
west of hn street and three blocks
north and outh of the centre There
did not appear to be much of a want
and if the demand existed and the re
quit security were furnished he said
Kid toy down from 30000 to lOd <
000 here in thirty days for loaning pur
poej His rate is invariably 10 per
ce jlr Schettlcr at the Savings Bank
stated that money could be gotten now
eswell and as plentifully as ever all
that was wanting being the right sort of
security >
Vothmg a reported as having tran
spired in local securities The rumor of
something new in S L P L d H Co
however continues abroad
reporter called on Mr Lyon the
assignee of the Lowell Co to learn
whether any new developments and
how far if possible the delinquent farm
ers were to be pushed Mr Lyon stated
that the inventory of the assets had not
yet been completed but that his agents
atOzden and the points in Montana
where the Lowell Co had branch
houses were busy making up lists and
he expected that the work would be
completed shortly Ho could not tell
he said how many farmers in the Terri
tory were indebed to the firm and
when asked whether he would push all
the notes for collection he stated I
1 Mercy is somethingyou know that anI
assignee can not deal in very extensively
but as far as I can I will be lenient I
noticed an article in THE HERALD not
long ago which treated of this subject
and which showed plainly in the present
circumstances of the farmer that it
would be useless to make a wholesale
attempt to force payment I sent a
number of papers to the other eastern
creditors and wrote them at the same
time so that they will understand why
we can not proceed to extreme meas
ures in making these collections Noif
a man can pay we want him to do it
If he cant we shall do what we
can to afford him a little time
Ore and Bullion
The receipts of ore and bullion at the
various banks in this city amounted < to
= 9292J 53 against TS346369 for the week
previous They were distributed as
follows
119 WeUi Fargo d Co
Value
f3Bars Ontario bullion 3920953
Bars Vienna bullion 1190000
3 Bars Christy 400000
Minnie Moore ore 1740500
Total 7341453
By XcComkk t Co
Value
3 Lots Crescent ore 8COOOO
ZCarsHanauer 580000
3 Bar Stormont 511000
Total 1951000
Total shipments week 9292453
Horn Silver
The stock continues to rest below 3
and the smelter continues to remain
3m luoted as far as any output of bull
on concerned i A HEIU
HEnlLDreporte
Ob called at tIle bank of Wells Fsrgodr
whet terd1Y and asked Mr Doolv
whrt the smelter and mine were
running as actively as lie
ever e rc
111OO that they were to the beEt of his l
nowledge
I What j < tm reason of the non
hpman of bilion
r know not in poitive but I sup
pose aj they ira having fight f with the
thater is concerning rates Either
that they are waiting for an advance
in
lead I they think wisely that they I
lad 11 better 1 hold their lead here than to
btd1 o > na f paying ls or 19 freight
BU j w about their expenses of
nnn running 1 How long can they keep it
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iVrt WC11 their dividend amouht8 to
3
30010 the V might pas that next
mn lth amt have to run
them money inoughtoiun
sai a Pear
hnw Do J0 tlink they are justified in
bolding their lead lor an advance in
Pf t
Oh JeJ is sure to go UP there is not
a
dcht of
The Queen
I r Csrkin and Judge Hunter had a
ccatercnce with the raihVay magnates
olthe t II P yesterday regarding future
hl vmeata from the Queen or the Hill
nothing des Mtc was reached
Con TPnrtf df thc HJKLD saw Mr
ve 11 f a few moments after the inter
orerl sad WiS sUrprIsed to learn that all
ofera +
PeEH i t n the mine continued sus
ndel
Corne t n ing to the nlinere strike
onJL tne a > ° tLe company came to the
jtltlfpi J that they would no longer lie
3d din paying 100 a day to IImer3
tionttcontanobfication ofa reduc
Ieftion Ste wW ntrolled byelie inevit
al t eontro1ted DV lie incvii
tial a Lailu and the Union decreed
Ras inevitable Strike The mine
nnd therefore closed down onthciOth
dutch not VinE has been done since flat
nlncT rsi e moTe sens > ibleprrtion 6f Uie
l9v P a a o
reo 3A e Since shown a desire to ac
tLn fifv but at nnescited meeting of
F
T cntlyeBellevue
ned
To entlj in Bellevuo
ill eere btf dl eb ftid ifie9trie rtiust 1
continue Mr Conklin l fia > shafe he mill
ran fur some tine f9nser as it had some
ore on hand but that it has probably
susi ended operations by this time The
dividend of 12600 is payable onijjturi +
day next
Salmon River
Mr Dooly agent of Wells Fargo
Cos bank informs us that the mining
outlook in this cquntry continues prom
ising in the extreme The best locations
look better than ever and every stroke
of the pick is revealing some new pro
spect with excellent indications
Alice
This stock looked up somewhat In
New York recently 1800 shares having
changed hands at 215 200 210 and
225 at which rate it closed on January
Pith the date of the latest report
Ioulton
Dividend No4 has been declared par
able February 1st it arlOunt5 to 30000
or 7 4 cents per share
Ontario
showed some signs of life in New York
from the 10th to the 16th and closed at
1825
The Metal Market
We quote from the Engineering and
Mining Journal
NEW YORK Friday Evening Jan 16
COPPER The market is undoubtedly
firmer both in Lake for which llj c
has been paid for a small parcel and
which may bercjupted 113ll34c and
for other brands pretty heavy sales of
which have been made during the past
few weeks at lOKc We quote good or
dinary to best brands from IQ10c
The Anaconda and Montana smelters
at Butte have resumed work ttold
prices for labor
LEID Contending influences are at
work to move the market and it ap
pears that determined effort is making I
to create the impression that it is
higher It is reported that a sale ot 500
tons was made at375c but this state
ment apparently lacks conQrmatipn A
few hundred tons have however been
sold at 370 at whichit is 6ffered by
some sellers witlibut finding buyers
Lead is down since the above was
written see Home Markets
Apex
There are slight indications of a
looKing up both onthe street and at
the mine A broker yesterday stated
thathe could place alarpe amount of
the stock if he could find any one
willing to sell
Mammoth
It is reported that smite enterprising
individual by the name of John Nichols
aided by some others equally opposed
to see a big property producing uoth
ing Slave Jumped the Crlsmon Main
moth claiming that there is q flaw in
thc title somewhere Can the proper
owners be found to look into this
Silver Coin
Mr L Martin who recently sold the
Red + Bird to llr Packard foriSDOOO
states that he is doing nothing in Tintic
at present but that sometime shortly
he may sink a shaft on this property
when he feels confident > of spotting the
vein Mr Martin says there is nothing
newer from Tintip than that both
the Beck and the Eureka parties each
claims to have the advantage over the
other
Wow RIver
In the course of a chat with Col K
A Wall superintendent of the Bullion
mine and owner with Col Shaughnessy
of the Eureka a HERALD reporter yes
terday learned that nIl the main pro
perties in that district were looking as
well as ever Tne Mayflower Bullion
and Eurka output was being shipped to
Omaha The Jay Gould hasxcmained
idle qver since Warren Hussey ran it in
debt Mr Sliaughnessys Emma is said
to be looking firstclass The miners
strike Col Wall mid hnd only exten
ded to Minnio3Ioore and the Queen
as all the other properties were pajimj
full rates 1o laborers
Crescent
The shipments continue to comcdowp
regularly I as will le seen by the report
above The stock is stiffening and i juay
be quoted at about 75 gents j
LD it A YOCNO will remove their
large stock of Boots and Shoes to the
commodious store next door sputh of Z
C M Drug Store
COMFORT rest peace to coughers after
trying Rocky Mountain Cough Syrup
Bargains Bargains I
Gentlemen wishing to save money
should buy their Furnishing Goods at
the daily Auction Sale + at
BAMBEHOEK S Cos
m South of Pos omce
THY BEST brands of French Gold Paint
ey I SEAES LIDDLES
j i
F < R lame back side or chest use
Shiloh Porous Plaster Price 25c
For sale at A C fcmith > L Cos Drug
Sto e 5
I LOST STUATKB OH STOLE
I Sr0000 Howard
Will be paid by A G Uecfctol ot the
Opera House Bar on tne return of his
business which was lost or stolen on
the night of the fire Oct 15 That
popular resort is again open to the pub
lic with A G again on deck which is a
sure guarantee to the public that thc I
stock therein dispensed s equal to the I
best in the city A G DECIlT
Stop that Cough I I
By using Dr Fraziers Throat and
Lung Balsam tho only sure cure for
I
Coughs Colds Hoarseness and Sore
Throat and alldL eases of the throat
anti lungs Do not neglect a cough It
may proveJata1 Scores and hundreds
of peopleoue their lives to Dr
gratcfhlpeopleoc uu Al a lj Ul
Fraziers Throat and Lung Balsam and
no family viHever be without it after I
once using it and discovering its mar
velous power It is put up in large II
family bottles and sold for tho small
price of 75 cents per bottle Frazier I
Medicine Co Prop Cleveland Ohio
Sold by Z f 1 yi L Drug Store
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PLEASANT GROVE POINTS
I OUB HOME Dragsadq iQAssociation
piay Foiled here on iSaturday night
They will also hold forth at American
Fork on Monday evening not with the
same play They will conclude on both
occasions with a farce
THERE is a seriesof balls to be given
at American Forkthis week and next
Tonightthe wprkmen all those who
have contributed in the erection of
James Chijmians fine Store Irom the
quarryman to the artisan are invited to
participate the dance free of cost bv
the generous owner The members of
the brass bands of American Fork I
Lehi and Pleasant Grove lire in attend
ance today and the burg is all aglow i
with jollification Next Tuesday and
Wednesday 27th and 28th instant all
the mcrchantb their assistants from
Prqvp north in Utah County have been
invited to attend a picnic party at
Chipmans new hall at which time and
place a very enjoyable season is ex
pected We understand the picnic
part of the programme pnly applies to
the American Fork neighbors as they
propose doing the grand for all invited
guests
MRS SIRAII Dnicos the popular hotel
keeper at andy has sold out her stand I
and moved to Arizona The traveling I
public will miss Aunt Sarah from
that wayside burg InN EnAr T
PLEASANT GUOVE January 22d 1885
J I
Salt Lake City ltieMinr Company
M CULLEX H W MORSE
President VicePresident
We arc now prepared to receive orders
for our CKLEunATED BEDWEISER LAOEK
BEER Special inducements given to
purchasers carload lots
Having given careful attention to
the selection of the finest material for
the manufacture of beer after the Bud
weiser process We arc in a situation to
place befdre the i public an article su
perior to any hitherto offered in this
market
Order 3 by telephone promptly at
tended to
JACOB Monrrz Sec fc Treas
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The Supreme Bench
ATI INTA Sept 231S51 VroHi ecptit IHC
I think S S S very aim We romuly for
cutaneous diseases and nt the same time
in invigorating tonic
J HKS VCKSOS Chief Justice of On
1N AGED IhUTIST l1INISSElt
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Two Mire Important Cases
Your agent beinc in Columb Ga n few
days ago and meeting the venerable brother
J 11 Campbell we asked him for the news
His reply was I have o more important
cures effected by Swifts Specific to report
This venerable man is known far and wide
1 for his unremitting labors of love in thc be
half of the ioor of Columbus It will be re
numbered that thcSwir bpcctflc Co has
donated quite an amount of their famous
medicine to be distributed by llr Camp
bell onions the poor igfl thc city hence his
remark lie said
I have just seen a lady who has been
greatly annoyed by a Tetter in one of her
hands It had given her much trouble and
pain She said she had been treated by
several physicians dt4riii the past three or
four j ears with the if d remedies tb with
out giving any relief I fitissested Swifts
Specific and she took four bottles and is
now apparently perfectly well Her hand Is
smooth and not a single sin of thc disease
left It is marvelous hull this medicine
renovates the system j
What about theothercaSe
Well that was a lady also Sac had teen
affected with the eczema for four years
Her face Imiuls and ann as well as her
body was covered over with sores and
scabs It XM one of the worst cases pf this
terrible disease that I have ever seen The
suffering of the poor creature was beyond
fo lr frl mw g
expression She tried every remedy at com
mand including mercury and iodide of
potash but she only grew worse She was
m this condition v hen first saw the case
I soon had her taking Swifts Specific and
l in I
she has now only taken two bottles but
every mark of the disease has almost en
tirely disappeared Her strength and general
health have greatly improved It is ono of
tho most emarkable cures that has come
under my observation
Mr Campbell you have had a lea and
Varied experience In mingling with men
and ob tTiing their afflictions and the
remedies > ed wliat ig your opinion rs to
the merits of SwiftY Specific v
In H iniuistrj of slxt years I have
mingled with every class of society and have
observed closely the ariqty of diseases
which afflict humauityi Blood diseases are
thc most numerous bud the most difficult to
remove It is mv deliberate judgment that
Silts Specific is the grandest Mood
purlfierecrdihcoerecl Ttieic i > uothfu
comp < irulf to it There Is 1 iiothuig tuo s1 > od
tosayabout Swifts Specific
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
milled free
THC SWIFT SiECt > tc Co Atlanta Ga ja 10
TOTT
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25 YEARS m USE
The Greatest Medical Triumph of the Age
SYMPTOMS OF A
rORPBD LBVERa
uoss of rppcti tc BoTTcle costive lain ill
tne bead with n dull sensation in tile
oncli part Pain under tho euanldcr
blade JFnlluess nftcr cntlnc with tidie
inclination to exertion body orsnlntl
I Irritability of temper Low spirits wit
I saccHn of having nosIcctcaaoBiodiur
Weariness Dizziness Fluttcrinc at tl
Heart Dots hcforotho eyes Hcadac
j over the right eye ostlessness wi
dtfal dreams Highly colored Urine 21
CONSTIPATiON
I TOTTS PILLS arc especially adapt
ito such cases one dose effects such
II change offeelingas to thopuffcn
The Increase the Appetite ana cause t
vjdy to Take on VJesli than the system
nourished end by t heir Toa o Action c
I the UlKestivcOntQiisTIeciilarStooliaro
nu i nu rl Sh IneJKw AL TtV rfv fnrv
TUTiS Ai R DYE i
GRAT HAIK or WnrsjCEKS changed to a I
GLOSSY JrCIt liy a single application o
this Drs It imparts a natural color act
Instantaneously Sold by Druggists o
lent by express on receipt of 51 I
JfTIco44 Murray How York
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A CARD
To all who are suffering from errorrf and
Indiscretions of nervlons weakness
youth
1mCSSjr
early decay loss of manhood etc I will
tend n leciixs thatwlll cure you FREE OF
C1IAUGE This treat remedy was dls
cave ebhya mtssionuyln South America
att c J ed envelope to HEY
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BANKERS
WSJ LAU ary UTAH AND
HATTJtY IDAHO i
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fruuaot a General Banking Bnaines
Careful attention given to the sale of Orel
and Bullion We solicit Conaisn
aents guaranteeing the
Highest Market
Prices
3dUectlont made with prompt returns at t
favorable rates
tzcrate Orden for Purchase or Salt 01 I
Stotti and Bonds at New York
and Ban Francisco
TO Bell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer
on Leading cities of the United States I
also Furnish Sight Drafts or Remit
Funds to London Dublin Berlin
Copenhagen Paris Stockholm I
CoJf eli other Prominent
Points in Europe at
Lowest Rates of
Exchange
ertifieatei of Deposit Issued Payable on De
mand
IOTIVE AOOOUNTS SOLICITED
CORRESPONDENTS
I SKIT TORE Importers and Traders Na
tonal Bank Kountze Brothers
i OlltC4 < Commercial National Bank
IAN FKIKCISCO First National Bank
OMAHA Omaha National Bank
it Loots States Savings Association
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I DeseretNationalBaiik k
I SALT LAKE CITY
I aid In fcipital1 200OOC
I arplnj 200001
L S Eldredje President
Vsa Jennings Vice Preat I
eramorz Little I
lohn Sharp Directors I
m WRiter
I 4 S Hills Cashier
ru Little Cashier
rsft Asst 1
CLCZITLS Drroms PAYABII ON PEXAhn
I inye and Sells Exchange on New York Sat
Francisco Chicago St Louis Omaha Lon
I ion and principal continental cities
4dcs Collections Remitting Proceed
Promptly
I fOMN TAYLOB B H SCKETOXB 1
r President AssistantCashier
1 LIONS SAVINGS RANK <
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No 63 KJLSm TEMPLE
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Ooes a General Banking Business
Pays upper cent interest on Savings
Deposits
MONEY TO XOAN
On Approved Securities at Low Ratet
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DEALERS IN
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Dr MINTIE SAN rEAUGISOO
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Opposite Overland Horse in Tnvon Bloc i
I Room No 1 First Floor
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I Can be consulted daily from 9 oclock to
i 12 oclock a m end from 2 to d oclock prn +
Sundays from oll am to 1 pm lie has had t i
I twentyfive years experience In the special I
treatment Jt all Venereal Sexual and jl
I Chronic Diseases ana guarantees to cure all
urinary Diseases Syphilitic or Mercurial I
I AflecJion of the Threat Skin or Bones
NEWOC DFBILITV Impotency anti Lost j
Manhood exhausted Vitality Seminal
Veikne Spennatorrhn Paralysis and all i
I the terrible effects of doH Abuse youthful i
8c 1 rJ
I follies and excesses In maturer years
i Nocturnal Emission the effects of which ire
various maddening and destructive to both
body and mind and unless cured will ter
minate fatally The presence of the disease I
I causes a continual consciousness a slow
and gradual decay of all the power of bod J I
ana mina with loss 01 mousy power auu
vigor defective memory heart affections
loss of sIght noisesin the head and ears I
conf osiqnof ideas aversion to society exces
sive prostration trembling of the hands and I
limbs ciasumptionmtrasmusand ultimate
derangement of the mind The will power
become o o weak that tho person seems to I
lose control rot himself raid cannot look one
square in t face It also causes Djfpepsia
awl Jnilliestion with Fear and Kidiie >
Disease
Tapeworm expelled in 24 Hours
Piles treated and successfully cured
Consultation at the office is FBEB and In
cited Thorough examination and advice
Including analysis of urine gt Oome at
once do not PU It oir All correspondence
strictly confidential
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