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I THE SAJr LAKE IER LnrFRIDAY 3JCABGH ii 189S 3 I J
filE GOLD FLINT IK
Promising Condition of This Idaho
Producer
t A MILL IN CONTEMPLATION
CAPTAIN SINGHISER MAKING A
SUCCESS ON SILVER CREEK
What I Being Done With the Gold
Stone Junius Wells Making
Honey With the Monolith TiTin
ing I Peepstone Possibilities of
the Camp Are Promising and En
couraging Jump I BullionBeck j
Business Extremely Dull On the
Hoor of the Mining Exchange
Mil Por the Daisy Grading For
the Plant to Begin Today or To
morrow The Mercur Dividend
Burning of the Deadwood Smelter
Sliver and Lead Mining Notes
and Personals
Ed Magner the wellknown and
successful mining operator has just
returned from Leesburg Ida near
whiph place 11c has been busy during
the past two months in directing de
velopment work now in progress in
the Gold Flint mine In which with
other Salt Lakers lie is heavily inter
ested
S
The Gold Flint has the reputation
of ting one of the most promising
goid rirpisitions in that portion of
Idaho and all who have seen It join
in sarllg that it has a great future in
stor if i is prouerly developed and
hardled as in its workings a vast
amount of excellent mill gold ore has
already been blocked out
I Mr Magner states that during his
recent visit to the mine he has been
push isR work in the extension of the
to tunnels into the mountain these
workings being one above the other
on the strike of the vein
The upper tunnel is now in a dis
tance of 222 feet while the lower one
is 450 feet in length the face of both
workings b ins in fine bodies of min
eral the pay streak being from four
to eight feet in width
At the present time fn upraise is be
ing driven from the face of the lower
tunnel to connect with the upper work
ings the distance between the two
vertically being 160 feet An upraise
is also being made to the surface from
the face of the upper tunnel a dis
tance of 140 feet bo that when the de
sired connections are made the prop
erty will be wel ventilated with an
Immense amount of ore blocked out
ready for a mill which is to be erected
as soon a the work in hand is com
pleted and even now ore is being
tested in Denver to determine the best I
process for its reduction while plans
for the structure are being prepared I
and as soon a the snow leaves the 1
his work In its construction will be
gin 1
ginIn
In speaking of mining affairs in that
region and along the Salmon river Mr
Magner states that there is more
activity noticeable now than ever be
fore and that capital galore is seek
ing investment there
Special reference was made relative
to the success attendant unon the ef
forts of Captain Singhlser well known
in Salt Lake who isoperating a mine
on Silver Creek on which he put up a
mill last fall using the PeletanClerici
process by the utilization of which he
is saving about 85 per cent of the gold
contents of his ore and so well pleased
Ms he with his success that he is now
increasing his battery capacity and
right along lie is treating ore that goes
from 1C to 17 to the ton and is send
ing out gold bullion with pleasing
regularity
It At Shcup and Gibbonsville there is
V also Increased activity and at the lat
t iIe vlt nc
J LtL jJt Jt 4 L t u UlJV < 1 J
dropping 30 stamps on 100 tons of ore
a day with excellent results
At the Gold Stone 30 miles east of
Salmon City a property on which well
known Salt Lake people held a bond a
few years ago and on which they
built a mill and then let the option
lapse after nearly paying for the prop
erty Johnson and McKIlop brothers
the owners of the mine are now
working 12 men and are running the
mill at a net profit dally of 100 and it
is stated that in the mine there is all
of 200000 in ore blocked out and in
sight
At Shoup the home of the Monolith
owned bv Salt Lake and eastern par
ties the mill on this property is
dropping 20 stamps daily on a fine
grade of ore and the company which
Is presided over by Junius Wells jr
of this city is making good money
Mr Masrner is well pleased with the
mining opportunities offered in north
eastern Idaho and believes there is a
great future in store for this section
of country
euntMG
MINING IN PEEPSTONE
Possibilities of the Camp Are Prom
ising and Encouraging
I has been some time since much
has been said regarding Peepstone dis
trict over the range of mountains east
of Mercur hut while the camp has
been abandoned during the past year
or so to a certain extent there are
still those who have faith in its future
outcome and who claim that such
outcme
strong and heavily mineralized ledges I
will surely lead to something good with
depth among the number being Will
iam G Taylor of this city who renewed
newed operations in the camp a few
vreks ago in the development of the j
Monitor group and who was in Salt
Lake yesterday with samples of rock 1
which appear to be gold bearing and
upon which fire and chemical tests are
now being made
In speaking of the outlook for the
Monitor Mr Taylor states that in the
bottom of a 60foot incline shaft he has
uncovered from 1 to 12 feet of black
shales of a talcish nature that Is heav
ily impregnated with iron pyrites and
which he believes will carry good gold
values although the indications are
that this slate Is Only the capping of
the vein and what gives strength to
this theory is the fact that a few feet
away there Is a strong ledge of decom
posed quartz closely resembling the
product of the GeyserMarion mine at
Mercur This ledge crops boldly at the
surface and Is all of 50 feet in width i
and grassroot samples taken at the I
time of the discovery of the property
gave most encouraging gold values I
when submitted to the assayer 1
A 12foot Incline has been sunkon
this ledge and the samples of ore from
the face brought in by Mr Taylor have r
a healthy look and the appearance of
carrying encouraging values for this I
depth
Mr Tavlor will return to the mine
< afterymaklng the desired test the In I
tention being to push development
work this summer and he will not lack
for company as he states that already I
quite a number of mining men and I
prospectors aro at work in his
prospector ari near II
r vicinity and that the noise of the
blasts resound from hill to hill through
t f 1 out the district showing that there are
f others who also have faith in the camp
JUMP I BULLIONBECK
Business Extremely Dull On the Floor
of the Mining Exchange
Business was dull and sluggish on
the floor of the mining exchange yester
day and but little trading was indulged
in the tendency of stocks being down
k SSS 1
ward although there were a few excep
tions to this rule
At the opening a rapid advance was
noticeable in BullionBeck which
jumped In the bidding to 625 withholders
holders standing out for 725 Cen
tennlalEureka was alsoi somewhat
stronger and was w te at 2L No
trading enlivened proceedings of the
call until GeyserMarion was reached
and this stock exhibited considerable
fluctuation sales being recorded at fig
ures raging from 89 to 9 cents being
quite firm at the close at S91 cents bid
Mammoth suffered still further declines
in the bfddlng although in the offerings
it was stationary Mercur with divi
dend on was unchanged being firm at
8271 bid and 835 asked Northern
Light disclosed considerable activity
but at about the quotations ot the pre
vious day Sacramento wqs strong but
unchanged
The unlisted stocks experienced a
whitewash and there was a downward
tendency noticeable in nearly all of the
securities Swansea chronicled the
greatest slump and was offered as low
as 2 with 1SO bid Chloride Point was
shaded In the bidding while South
Swansea failed to score over 115 In
the bidding at the close a bid of 171
having been withdrawn
The transactions of the day were as
follows
folowsSAE OF STOCKS
100 GeyserMarion at 891 cents
100 GeyserMarion at 89 cents
100 GeyserMarion at S9Vi cents
100 GeyserMarion at 90 cents
2000 Northern Light at 20 > 4 cents 1
500 Northern Light at 20 cents
lows The closing quotations were as fol
CALL OF LISTED STOCKS
=
S S
NAME OF STOC3 8
Anchor Pi 123
Ajax I2 21 40
1111
I BulonBeck 625 725
I I CentennlalEurela 20 245
DnlJ C 10
I Daly West 30 45
I Dalton and Lark C2 12t 2
Eagle 03 O
I Eat Golden aGte 02
Four Aces 02 03I
GeyserMarion g
t
Herschel 10
I Horn Sliver 12
Mammoth 197 210
Iercur S2 83
Northern Light 2 20
I Overland r
Ontario 30 3T
I Sacramento y I 37
N
Sunshine 4
Slyer King ioo 1853
Utah 172 6
CALL OF UNLISTED STOCK
I t
11
I NAME 9F STOCKS f r I
Swansea Chloride Point 1 10 g 20 6
I South Swansea 115 12
Richmond and Anaconda m 0
Dexter itS 107i4
1071
I Dalton os
Omaha 10 30
Buckeye On 1 O
Little Pltburg 01 0214
Grand Central 145 25
Golden Eitgl 03 08
Alee 90
sunbeam 02 I 03
r Opehongo Emerald g 0314
Homestake 1 01 01
I I
Dividend Paying and Invest
ment Mining Stocks I
W E HUBBARD CO
TEL 505 15 W 2d So St I
ANOTHEB MUTING COMPANY
Annual Meeting of Stockholders Held
Last Evening
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Antler Gold Mining com
pany was held yesterday evening at the
office of the company 140 Main street
hnt fltflflA bee nf th nnite1 < tn1
were represented w The report of Pres
ident Alt for the past year showed that
a good deal or work had been done on
the property during the year and that
the showing so far was very encourag
ing Treasurer Rayboulds report
showed that the company owed prac
tically nothing and that there was a
balance on hand in money and about
moneJ
50000 shares of stock in the treasury
Both reports were adopted
The election of a new board of direc
tors for the coming year resulted as
follows Jacob Alt president John W
Hughes vice president A W Ray
bould secretary and reasurer Thomas
Dobson ares Hunter George Q Gold
berg and R E Hoag director
The board of directors were author
ized to continue development work on j I
the property and it appeared that the j I I
workings were already in the black I
shale which in all Lion hill and Mer
cur properties lies immediately above
the pay ore so that I is pretty certain i
that good values will be encountered in
the verJ near future The Antler com
pany owns six claims on the most
promising part of Lion hil The actions
tions of the old board of directors for
the past year were approved and the j
approval made manifest by their re j
election with one exception
MILL FOB TEL DAISY
Grading For the Plant to Begin I
Today Or Tomorrow
Mercur March 10As predicted in
The Herald the approach of spring wit I
nesses the commencement of operations
of mill for the Daisy
on the erection a mi Dais I
During the winter everything has been I I
prepared to make this noted west dip
property aJiroducer Plans were drawn I I
by John Shea last fall but the pur
th
chase of the liuckhorn mill has made I
it necessary to make some changes
and Mr Shea Is at present busy makI
ing the necessary alterations
Experiments have also beep made in
leaching the ore which have proven
I highly successful
The machinery on the ground con
sists among other things of a first
class engine and boiler a large Blake
cass
I crusher Wall rolls grizzlies screens
and elevators The only thing lacking
is leaching tanks and the building
Work will be commenced Friday or
I Saturday in grading the m > llsite and
as the company has the necessary
means on hand for building there will
I be no delay in pushing the enterprise
to a finish I is estimated that not
more than C000 will be necessary to
I complete the mill
McCartney Jenkins have com
I menced work on the Utonian group
which lies east of the Edna May and
has pome good surface indications
Gill S Peyton has a force of men at
work on the Badger group near the
mouth of Lewiston canyon Three
shifts areat work and a nice vein of
low grade ore has been encountered I
I hastbeen definitely decided to com
mence work on the electric line to the
Chloride Point on Monday
V V The Mercur Dividend I
The Mercur company at its regular
monthly meeting held yesterday declared
I
dared its usual monthly dividend of 18
cents a share or 36000 payable on I
the 21st inst
This is dividend No 38 and when paid
will bring the total disbursed by the
company up to 994000 being only 6000
short of a round million which is an
excellent showing for a mining enter
prise that was laughed to scorn in
Utah mining circles less than six years
ago and which has been managed by
Nebraska tenderfeet a Messrs Dern
Alrls Peyton and Brown were then
called which showed that even a corn
husker if he has grit and a little good
judgment can make a success at min
V
V h
ing a It Is not always the veteran
and experienced miner that comes out
on the top of the heap in mining enter
prises
The Mercur Is a great mine and the
pleasing feature In regard to Its future
is that there Is noW more good ore in
sight In the property than has ever
been taken out of I besides which the
company has a large area of virgin
ground to draw from in years to come
Burning of the Deadwood Smelter
Omaha March 10A special to the
Bee from Deadwood S D says
Fire starting from an overturned pot
of molten slag entirely destroyed the
plant of the Deadwood and Delaware
smelter There was little fire protec
tion and the building burned without
interruption Several > cars belonging
to the Burlington arid Elkhorn roads
were destroyed also a bridge on the
Burlington tracks The loss to the
smelter company is put at 230000 with
insurance of 5100000 The railroad losses
are about 10000
Four hundred men are thrown out
of work at the smelter and a number
of mines will be shut down Dr Car
penter the local manager says the
smelter will be rebuilt
Silver and Lead
The silver and lead quotations yes
terday were as follows
Bar silver 54 cents
Lead brokers 3C5 exchange 372
Copper lake 1187 casting 108iy
Ore and Bullion I
The ore and bullion receipts yester
day were as follows
McCornick Co ores 10100 cya
nides 19200
T R Jones Co bullion 11100
ores 7500
Bamberger McMillan ores 8017 I I
Mining Notes and Personals
Hon Theodore Bruback was In Tinti
yesterday on mining business
The Swansea mining company paid its
regular dividend of X5000 yesterday
J Eissnmann one of the owners of the
Magnolia at De Lamar Nev is in the
city
Judge John G Gray is in Tuscarora
Nsv looking after matters connected
with the Dexter mine and mill
The Four Aces assessment Is being well
paid in and favorable reports of late
have been received from the mine
Captain F M Bishop the well known
assayer has moved his ottlce from West
Second South to 156 South West Temple
street
TimesReview Tuscarora Nov The
I water Is out of tho Young America East
shaft and the men will probably be set
I to work In the bottom tomoriow
Hon A W JlcCune one of tho most
successful mining operators in the west
has returned from a visit to Europe
where he spent the winter with his fam
ily
ilyPat Ryan has returned home from the
east where he has been on business con
nected with tho Crown Point Mining com
pany which he states was batlsfactory
and successful
The directors of the BullionBeck held
their regular monthly meeting yesterday
but the board failed to declare a dividend
as some thought would be done routine
business only being attended to
The Dalton directory held Its regular
monthly meeting yesterday but did not
levy an assessment as anticipated al 1
though The Herald Is Informed by one of
the officers of the company that one will I
be levied in due time
H Fitzhugh M E has returned from
Ferber mining district In Klko county
Nev where he has been for the past four
months doing assessment and develop
ment work on promising properties in
which he Is interested
Brig and Olllo Young have arrived in
the city from Clifton district In the
b ClgeO oulg nwg I
Deep Creek country where they have
been at work all winter In the develop
ment and operation of a group of claims
In the vicinity of Gold Hill owned by I N
Dtmyan on which with others they
have c bond and lease
Bulletin Mountain Home Ida After a
great delay on the road the machinery
for the Dixie cyanide mill arrived here
last Thursday since which time teams
have been busy hauling It to the mine
H will not now be a great while before
the mill will be In running order and then
Dan Ileber will I show the world yhat a I
f hy or6
good thing there Is In the Gold King
mine
The fire which threatened the office I
and works of the Consolidated Kansas
City Smelting company Wednesday did
but little damage and the company will
not be hindered in the performance of its I
rerular work The loss to the comnanv
will not exceed over 2 and the large
I sampling room was not injured In the
least The lire was caused by the faulty
construction of the ash box and the floor
I of the building was injured in places
In speaking of the Checkmate mine In
Willow Creek district Idaho owned by
Utah men the Iearl correspondent of the
Caldwell Record says The Checkmate
mine has been during the past 3 days
opening uu new ground and has cut a
chute of ore equal in value and size to
the first ore body found on this claim
The company will soon begin sinking a i
shaft A very fine assaying outfit has
been placed on the ground Soon as the
roads become good and solid they will
ship ore The mine will without a doubt
work a large force of men very soon
Independent Elko New Mr J H
eland was in town today and reports
the finding of a large body of hsh grade
copper ore on his Copper Queen lode qlt
uated on the east side of Lone mountain
The new ore bodr was encountered In a
drift which he Has been driving on a vein
heretofore rather narrow hut which has
suddenly I opened out to a width of about I
four feet all of which is solid oxide of
copper estImated to run full 40 per cent
In addition to the copper this ore carries
values ranging froml2 to SiC jer ton In I
gold and silver As this new ore i Jay
well for shipping to Salt Lake Mr Wel
land expects the property will soon be on
a paying basis
Quite an Important find was made a
few day ago In the Highland Boy minI
In Carr Fork gulch BIngham and Man
ger Weir has at his otce In the Me
Corick block a specimen of copper ore
from the find that Is good for sore eyes
as the Eaylng Is The strike If such I can
be called was madq Ir a crosscut being I
lel 11
driven in the 11t body of ore in
Xo 5 tunnel and consists of a sixInch
streak of ore that win average from 5 to
C per cent copper besides some in Told
while In the center of this nay streak
there is an inch or more of pure copper
glare which will run i S por cent fonnn
to the ton Ore of this character is a
rarity in Bingham anu is an nustrauou
of the possibilities of this sand old camp I
The Highland Boy Is shipping about Sdi
tons of copper are wetidv 10 thc Salt Lake
smelters besides which it is matting regu
f Ii sW lChg INI
llS
iar consignments of goll bullion rCd I
cyanides a cleanup of the latter being
I counted upon by the first of the wc k
Mr Weir is well satisfied with tho work
ings of the mill and is sanguine that this
enterprise cessful will prove to be V eminently sue
The Coast Defences
Onehalf the number of improved
cannon mortars and emplacements
will be located and placed in suitable
position ere the expiration of 1S93 The
Artillery Board is l constantly making
practical surveys so far as these re
late to the army and the establish
ment of adequate military protection
of our sea board Is receiving strong
endorsement Meanwhile there is a
means of defense from greater physic
al calamity and that is the use of
Hostellers Stomach Bitters Which by
restoring the tone of the nerves and
stomach invigorates the entire sys
tem I also prevents malaria kidney
and rheumatic aliments and cures
biliousness and constipation Those
I who have been cured by it sneak in
no uncertain terms a to Its effectiveness
I Microscopical Society
The following is I the programme for
the regular meeting of the Microscopi
cal Society of Utah to be held Friday
March 11 at the university
Mcgamlcroscopes Prof J F Merrill I
Some Fossil Corals
CoralsDr 0
Dr J E Talmage
Histology of the Digestive A N Organs Hanson I
= KEY TO HEALTH
I or 2 of Grays Laxative Pellets
taken at night will produce a healthy
action In the morning dispel colds
and prevent sickness
25c at Drug stores
J d Jii
I DEFEAT FREE UOS
I
House NonConcurred In the Senate
Indian Bill
II I I
CHICAGO PLATFORM PLANK
REASON GIVEN B BAILEY FOR
SUSTAINING FREE HOMES
Gallant Struggle Made By Feds of
the Measure Secretary Bliss Held
Up As a Plagiarist of James Bu
chanan Indian Bill Goes Back to
Conference
Washington March 10 After a de
bate In the house which lasted more
than five hours the senate amendment
to the Indian appropriation bill pro
viding for the free entry of ceded In
dian lands was today nonconcurred in I
J nonconcurr
by l vote of 99136 The friends of the I
free home clause made a gallant strug
gle but they met the opposition of
some of the prominent leaders on the
Republican side Messrs Dingley Gros
venor Dalzell and Payne and they
were further weakened by the fact that
many of the friends of the proposition
were alienated by the belief that as
drawn the amendment would work in
jury to the agricultural colleges of the
country
The senate amendment for the rati
fication of the Seminole treaty was also
nonconcurred in after the subpropo
sition offered by the conferees to ratify
the Iowa Comanche and Apache treaty
had fallen under a point of order The
action of the house today sends the
bill back to conference with noncon
currence on all the senate amendments
DAYS PROCEEDINGS
The house went into committee of
the whole and resumed consideration of
the excepted senate amendments to the
Indian bill The pending question com
ing over from yesterday was the motion
of Mr Eddy Rep Minn to concur in
the free home clause placed in the bill
by the senate I
I Two hours and a hal of the four
agreed on yesterday for debating this
proposition remained
Mr Handy Dem Del advocated an
amendment to the free home clause so
as to amend the act of 1S62 for the en
dowment of agricultural colleges so as
to strike out the words arising out pt
the sales of public lands
I this amendment was not made he
declared that the 64 colleges of tho
United States which now received
money from the sale of public lands
would suffer
sufer
Mr Lacey Rep la gave notice that
he would move to concur with an
amendment to exclude from the operations
tions of the free home clause the trust
lands aggregating about 13000000
acres situated principally in the Sioux
and Chippewa reservations
I Mr Morris Rep Min antagonized
the interposition of Mr Lacey referr
ing to the fact that a bill embracing all
reservations in this amendment had
twice passed the senate In the last
congress said he the bill came back
here and died on the speakers table
because the chairman of the public
lands committee Mr Lacey then drew
this illogical distinction regarding trust
lands and because perhaps the speaker
of the house opposed the bill
BLISS A PLAGIARIST
The debate was very spirited on both
sides Mr Johnson fe N Y cre
ated something oa filiation by charg I
ing that Secretary Bliss r his opposi
tion to the free home clause not only
procured his argument but actually t
plagiarized his language from the mes
sage of James Buchanan vetoing the
homestead bill before the war He fol
lowed this statement with an attack
upon the secretary asserting that his I j
fn nhfo ni 1n nn o o
bounded by the Allegheny mountains
and as a matter of fact he had never
been west of Buffalo
Bufalo
CHICAG9 PLATFORM
1
Mr Bailey the Democratic leader
I announced that he would vote for the
i senate amendment because he stood
committed to it by the Chicago plat
form A an original proposition he
admitted he a against giving free
homes to the people He rated noth
ing more important than that the peo
ple should have homes but that thev
should have them by their industry
and frugality
But every man vyho accepted a nomi
nation on a platform he believed
bound himself to redeem its every
promise the smallest a well a the
greatest and so he should vote todav
to redeem a pledge in the Chicago
platform
ST LOUIS PLATFORM
Mr Grosvenor Rep 0 announced
his opposition to the amendment He I
explained the lengthy history of thla I
proposed lesislation and the plank in
the St Louis platform showed that
his present position was not inconsis
tent with that declaration He thought I
that a free home bill should have
strength enoush to come into the
house or senate and fall or stand on
its merits
Mr Dalzell Rep Pa also opposed
the amendment He denied the right
of congress to tax the farmers of
Pennsylvania to give free farms to the
farmers of Oklahoma North or South
Dakota and Minnesota
Mr Grow Rep Pa whose name
Is associated with the original home
stead law warmly supported the
amendment
INDIAN TREATIES
Mr Dingley Rep Me closed the
ta with a brief speech in 1 opposi
kll Il IU LllC illllUiJUiilUJJl Lilt utliliril iXh I
tention to the fact that all treaties
f ttt
odl ltld
ceding Indian lands I by the United I
States had been ratified by congress
with the understanding that the pur
chase money paid by the settlers
should be used to reimburse the United j I
States Never had a proposition been j i
made to purchase Indian lands for the I
purpose of donating them to free
homes To his mind it was the act of I
bad faith on the part of those who had
1ad
induced ocngress to buy these lands
Mr Handys motion to concur with
an amendment changing the law rela
tive to payments to agricultural col
leges for the sale of public lands
was ruled out on a point of order
DEFEATED
Mr Lacey Rep la then offered
his motion to concur with an amend
ment excluding the trust reservations
I was voted down 10 to 132 Two
other amendments designed to protect
the payments to agricultural colleges
were ruled out on points of order
The vote was then taken on the main
proposition and the house noncon
I cured in the senate amendments
59136 I I
I IN THE SENATE I
Joint Resolution t Revive Grado of
i Lieutenant General
Washington March 10The Rev Ed
ward Everett Hale of Boston delivered
the invocation at the opening of the
senate today and subsequently was ac
corded the unusual honor of a infor
mal reception on the floor of the sen
ate 5
ateThe Joint resolution to revive the
grade of lieutenant general of the army
was reported from the military affairs
committee by Mr Warren and Mr
Cockrell Dem Mo said he desired it
to be that the rt
understoon report was
not unanimous
Bills extending for three years the
J =
f time for the construction for the line
of the Chicago Rock Island Pacific
railroad through the Indian Territory
I and to authorize John I Williams first
lieutenant Third artillery U S A to
accept the decoration of chevalier of
I the legion of honor from the president
of the French republic were passed
Consideration of bills on the general
calendar was then begun the first being
a measure authorizing the president to
tal o such steps a he might deem
necessary to obtain a indemnity from
the Spanish government for injuries
done to August Bolton and Gustave
Richelieu the two Americans by un
lawful arrest and imprisonment The
reading of the bill created a stir in the
chamber I was reported during the
extraordinary session by Mr Lodge
from the committee on foreigvfe rela
tions V
Mr Davis chairman of the foreign
affairs committee objected and it went
over
After the senate had passed only one
bill of minor importance it went into
executive session at 1 oclock on mo
tion of Mr Davis
until At Monday 305 p m the senate adjourned
londayT
THE NAVAL BILL
I
Involves Thirty Million Aside Prom
New Vessels Dry Docks etc I
Washington March 10The naval
appropriation bill has been practical
ly completed by the house committee
on naval affairs save as to the ques
tions of increases in the navy dry
docks and armor plate Chairman
Boutelle stated tonight that he might
report the bill to the house Saturday
week and if not It will go In early next
There have been few changes from
the estimates and the bill will Involve
in the neighborhood of 30000000 aside
from new vessels dry docks and armor
The Increases allowed are such as to
meet the mnrliinl flpvplnnmAnr of fho
service The general i fior con
I struction and repair just passed on ag
gregates 2500000 Identical with the
estimates This includes about 370
I rOO a material increase for Improved
machinery at the shops The amount
also is exclusive of the specific appro
priations to the various construction
plants etc There is also a horizontal
rrpriation proposed of 50000 to
each of the yards except to the Puget I
Sc i nd station In lieu of the general
estimate of 300000 I
TAUGHT A LESSON
Newspaper Men Must Be Mighty Shy
If They Expect Office
Washington March 10The senate
today in executive session rejected the
nomination of Henry S Williams to be
postmaster at Aberdeen S D Williams
was opposed by friends of Senator Pet
tlgrew on the ground that he made a
personal attack in n paper In which he I
was owner on the senator and refused
to explain or retract Senator Kyle
supported the nomination saying Mr
Williams partner was responsible for
the attack Senator Gear also made a
brief speech In his support Speeches
on the other side were made by Sena
I tors Pettigrew Chandler and others
The vote in opposition to confirmation
was almost unanimous
I was decided not to take up the
I Hawaiian treaty because no one was
prepared with a speech
FEDERAL NOMINATIONS
District Judges Named Good List of
War Promotions
Washington March 10The president
today sent the following nominations
I to the senate
toT A
To eS United States district judges
Edward Meek for the northern district
of Texas Edmund Waddlll jr eastern i
district of Virginia Lawson D Melton I
to be marshal for the district of South i
rJ Ito I
Carolina I Are S of Iowa
to be secretary of the legation at San
tiago Chile
War Lieutenant colonels to be colo
nels Edward B Willlston Third ar
tillery William Sinclair Fifth artil I
lery Majors to be lieutenant colonels
Wallace F Randolph Third artillery
Tulley McRae Ninth artillery Frank
G Smith Second artillery Joseph G I
Ramsey Fifth artillery First Lieuten
on Hn on r = 01
I u uu U uuJ otUJU nu
lery to be captain and assistant quar
termaster
Navy Passed Assistant Engineer
Rober H Grliiln to be a chief engi
neer Assistant Engineer George W
Laws to be a passed assistant engi
neer Assistant Engineer Armin Hart
I rath to be a passed assistant engineer
i I Senate Confirmations
1 Washington March 10The senate
confirmed the following nominations
William J Calhoun of Illinois to be
interstate commerce commissioner
To be Indian agents T C McCoy at
Cheyenne River agency S D Ed
ward Goldberg at Quapawa agency in
Indian territory agencJ II
The Sure La Grippe Cure
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady if you will only get
the right remedy You are having pain
all through your body your liver is out
of order have no appetite no life or
ambition have a bad cold in fact are
completely used up Electric Bitters Is
the only remedy that will give you I j
prompt and sure relief They act di
rectly on your Liver Stomach and Kid
neys tone up the whole system and
make you feel like a new being They
are guaranteed to cure or price refund
ed For sale at Z C II I drug store
only 50 cents per bottle
MADE COIN IN PRISON
Trusty Turned Out the Queer I
the Missouri Pen
St Louis March 10Tohn Connor
and Fred Monroe alleged counterfeit
ers who were arrested yesterday near
Washington Mo and brought to this
city today gave some startling testi
mony when sweated by the secret
service oHicials The men say that the
negro who escaped when they were I
arrested was the real Ih and that
he had manufactured the spurious coin
when an inmate of the penitentiary at
Jefferson City Mo His release oc
curred about two weeks ago The
trio met the white men claim at the
state capitol The negro had been a
trusty for nine months and being al
lowed more liberty than the others
they say he found time to make the
queer Connor says he came from
New York while Monroe claims Chi
cago as his home Both are being held I
to await developments I
Catarrh like scrofula is a disease
of the blood and may be cured by
purifying the blood with Hoods Sarsa
parillo
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HUMORS
Pimple blotcliw blackheads red roach
oily motliy skn itching scaly scalp dry
thin aUtl falling hair and baby blemishes
prevented by CCTICUIIA SOAP Iho mot
effective skin purifying and beautifying
soap in the world a well as purest and
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IlATTIMfR I VfRDCT UfNOUHCfO I
GOMPEHS PREDICTED DECISION
FROM THE FIRST
Intimates That the Judge Was Personally
sonally Interested Old Wages
Restored at Roc Island Arsenal
New York March 10Samuel Gom
pers president of the American Fed
eration of Labor denounces In vigor
ous terms the decision in th > Lattimer
trial He said to the Washington cor
respondent of the Herald
I am in no way surprised at this
decision I had predicted It from the
first The result could not be surpris
ing to anyone who had followed the
cae and knew how it was presented
to the court
The sheriff and deputies were the
hirelings of combined Influences of the
mining corporations Judge Woodward
himself through his family is s con
nected that any closing to the mines
means to him a loss of a considerable
part of his Income Under these cir
cumstances the result reached could
not fall to be manifestly unfair
The companies sheriffs and the
judge and counsel for the defense
seemed moved by one motive that this
verdict should show that workers have
no rights which corporations are bound
to respect and that their mercenaries
have the right if necessary even to
I take human life at their employers
caprice especially when that life be
longs to a foreign worker
Mr Gompers declined to discuss the
probable action of the labor organiza
tions a a result of this decision
WILL WATTE GOOD CITIZENS
Americans Make No Complaint
Against Emigrants Like These
New York March 10The North
German Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wil
helm dee Grosse from Bremen brought
605 steerage passengers said by the of
ficials at the immigration bureau to
be by far the most desirable company
of thirdcas passengers that has a
rived here in recent years The average
da reoJn
age age of the entire number is 25
years Those under 15 years of age
number 121 The total amount of
money brought over was 21460
The average amount of money pos
sessed by each was 52 The majority
I were bound to become farmers Three
hundred and seven were bound to
points west of Chicago The number
included 200 men women and children
from Bessarabia in southern Russia
and called Mennonites Every man in
the party had from 300 to 4000 They
are 1 well educated and many of
them speak English They are bound
for the Dakotas and Washington
GOOD REASON PRESENTED
Old Wages Restored the Rock I
land Arsenal
Washington March 10 Assistant
Secretary Melklejohn today made an
order restoring the wages of the em
ployees In the United States arsenal
at Rock Island Ills to the rates ex
isting Dec 21 1S97
The reduction of the wages caused
a great commotion in labor circles It
being represented that the cut had a
most depressing effect upon the entire
labor market of the west The Illinois
nois congressional representatives In
tervened in the mens behalf and the
te
secretary of war directed Captain
Blunt the ordnance officer in charge
of the arsenal to come to Washington I
for consultation This consultation
took place today in the presence of
Representatives Prince and Curtis I
with the result above announced
WORST GALE IN YEARS
Vessel Wrecked Within a Stones
Throw of Friscos Docks
San Francisco March 10Not since
I
1874 when a severe norther did thou
sands of dollars damage to shipping
in port and to the citys docks has a
worse gale swept over the bay than
that which sprung up at midnight last
night The wind blew steadily from
the north until 3 oclock this morning
causing ships in the stream to drag
their anchors and those at the piers
to wear their sides against moving
piles carrying away rails and not only
damaging themselves but the states
water front property
The coasting steamer Eureka lies on
the bottom of the harbor Her main
deck is awash and I will cost several
thousand dollars to raise her Hun
dreds of people crowded about the
r daft
Broadway bulkhead this afternoon and
gazed at the strange sight of a wrecked
I passenger vessel within a stones
throw of Market street
i The gale subsided Into a brisk north
I west breeze by 7 oclock in the morn
ing but I left a pretty good sea run
ning The early ferryboats had a hard
time steering against wind and tide
and many of the passengers suffered
from mal de mer
The bay was filled with wreckage
of docks scow schooners derricks and
rafts The wharves were shaken to
their foundations of teredos and pipe
stem piles Mooring pIes were torn
loose and iron mooring bits had about
a much effect in holding ships at
North End wharves a would ten
penny nails
The damage along the front from
Howard street north will amount in
round figures including damage to
shipping to 200000
The U S Govt Reports I
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others I
r
Good Wages For Schoolmaams
Chicago March 10Grade teachers
in the Chicago public schools have won
their fight for higher salaries Within
three years under the order of the
board all grammar and primary grade
teachers will be receiving 1000 from
100 to 150 a year more than the max
imum obtainable heretofore
Best of All
To cleanse the system in a gentle and
truly beneficial manner when the
springtime comes use the true and per
fect remedy Syrup of Figs Buy the
genuine Manufactured by the California
fornia Fig Syrup company only and
for sate by all druggists at 50 cents
per bottle
General Debility
and Loss of Flesh
Scotts Emulsion h fceen te
st dard remedy for nearly a
rmey
quarter of a century Physicians
readily admit that they ofctain re
sults from it that they cannot get
from any other fleshformingf food
There are many other prepara
tions on the market that pretend
to do what
whatSCOTTiS
SCOTTiS
EMULSION
do but they fail to perform i
The pure Norwegian Codliver Oil
made into a delightful cream skill
fully blended with the Hypophos
phites of Lime and Sa which o
are such valuable tonics f
4 makes this preparation
tT ideal one and checks the
IL4tr wasting tendency and the 1
I patient almost immediate
patet alost ieiate
t ly commences to put on
ti flesh and gain a strength
4 which surprises them
f sur te
Be sure you get SCOTTS Emulsion See that thf
man and fish are on the wrapper J
soc and 0 all druggists
SCOTT 4 BOWNE Chemisu New York
THE CULLEN
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Iron Founders
and Machinists l
lJ
Manufacturers of all kinds of Min
ing and Milling Machinery Prompt 1
attention paid to all kind of repair
work No 127 North First West St
Walker Brothers
BANKERS
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Established 1859
Successors t THE UNION NATION
AL BANK of Salt Lake City
A Genera BaDMug Business Transacted
THE BEERET SA v GS BANK
SALT TATTE CITY TJTAH
Capital nOOOOO DIRECTORS Surplus 13001
James T Little President
Hoses Thatcher VicePresident
BUns A Smith Caahlor
w W wit Ge A Rnmnpv
James P Joh1 Winder
John R Barnes D H Per
John C Cutler E I Eldredffaw
David Ecclea Vf J James
Four per cent interest paid 0 savins
deposits compounded sealannually
Accounts solicited from SI upward
Money tc loan on approved security at
lowest rate ot Interest
H YOUNG Cashier
1 S HILLS President
HOSES THATCHER VlcePresUaat
l S DEPOSITORY
D fRf NATIONAl BAr Ko
SALT LAEE CITY TJTAH
CATITAIi 5500000
SITBPLTTS 25O000
Efety Deposit Boxes for Beat
WRlS fARGO COS BANK
SAT LAKE CITY UTA
Established 1852
Transact a General Banking Business
S EOOLY Cashier
SALT LAKE OGDEN RAILWAY CO
Dally time table la effect Sept S3
Leave Arrive Leave Arrive
hl Lk 1 5ieefeee MIt t I
onL toL
poon soon
700 a m 740 a m S00 a a 840 a in
I 9W a m t j m 1000 a m 1040 a m
300 p m 340 a I 400 p I 440 P m
600 p m 640 p m 0 p m 74Opm
Addtlonal Sunday and Holiday trains
Leave Salt Lake 1 a m and 1 p I
Leave Lagoon o m and 2 p m p
SIMON BAMBERGER H W EARLY
G Manager Passenger Agent
Hotel Inutsford
I New and elegant in all Its appoint
ments SO rooms single or enaulte 73
I m wtta bath
O S HOLMES Proprietor
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