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THE SALT RALD FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1903
I I II MINES AND MINING COMMERCIAL H
TAILINGS DUMP
TO ft WORKED
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afaane 3aene Reduction Co to Tackle TackleOld
Old GeyserMarion Sands SandsVISITOR
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VISITOR OH SILVER SHIELD SHIELDk SHIELDRICH
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RICH SAJO SAJLK M O 0F OEB TROX TROX1KB
1KB SHBBA SHBBADeduction
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OmjrIfOrraeeU hUeoceurstfle
Deduction 1edtit Lon company 1 mDu117 of which T Tail
ar ail au la 8 the th local manager naier will willa
t a deal ov this evening with withercur
tIi Nt w ercur Minnie 4fc Milling com comisanv m
isanv lor jibe he treatment treltfll l of the thousand
1 tens Ar o lalllncs tailint on U the th damps at the fhelv
< < I < lv < Marion mill at Mcrcur Ne Nei e
i > tiati i iBhave 1Lye be b uendinn LIfldIU for some someittle i
ittle Lti tun past an UT everything V crytilng but the theof
1rtflI of 1 apurrtnff a l the contracts by bydirect Y YL
L i J direct dir I r of the th New Met
1 ciiiijafl k whu hiI owns the th property
propertyI
bt ft < the managements managementsra ugemeut I
ra in > ns nsIt
It i I > undgrstoo undert i mt th the arrangements arrangementsnclifi
nclifi Li a t lease on onTE X8tCJ37MrMarion X8tCJ37MrMarioniril
iril TE I hj I ficcurln Of wtteFYdB t the Gold GoldJi
Ji l ompanv electric lightingsetc while whiletin GoldI I
tin tL ire m company i Is given theprivilege theprivilegenakmz the jwivllege
r nakmz k such chance in the mill as asi C I
i < > mmodate ihe he new methods of ofa
rw it ii whichi the tailings will bt C
bti
I a l Thetie changes will cost quite quitei i
i m n 6f r money but the old tailings tailingscli tailingii I
cli ii in which has hu been be thoroughly thoroughlyfa thoroughlyI
fa viiied d tiv hi the Greene company is isk i I
k t w to I contain value vJu sufficient to tov tCf I
v T t fullv f liv the outlay In fact it is isr 1
7 < r t t that the tailings are re about the thei
i I > in fl tiie flh Mercur district an when whentt I
tt I dormerMarlon company was wastime we weC I II
time C fo SI fxteni Xten1IvlYt ivf > ly In Utahs famous famousunp I
t > unp tho th cyanldtng process had not notv
v I r Jvncd l1 to the aclentiftc proposition propositiontt I
tt t i is totlav ltv ltvI
1 Wiawall 1s 1 no stranger to the th i
01 c Mtrcur an 1tfll < i the patent owned ownedlr ownec I
lr i ireene reeie conapaiy are counted upon upont k
t K a bettor showing with the tail tailin tallI
I in 1 tbc h old r id ptnnt than could possibly possiblyli
li 1 n attained by any flY other method methodu
u ir Irss ls cost costintroduction bat
introduction < the process roese at Met Merwill Metill
will ill b 1 watched with a great deal of ofiiv 01 01I
I t iiv th tha metallurgical students studentsv
atu6ettuI
v rc worklnir rkiuE In the cyanide field and andh n I
C h New w Merour company will be much muchfi t
I fi concerned med in the success IC of the theIM th I
IM 1 taking as It may open th t4 way to toh tE
h 1 Kcessful iaafjl operation of the dirt 14 prop propiv
iv I vt the th not distant future f fPLEASED
PLEASED WITH SILVBR sxLv gfelKLD gfelKLDEastern
Eastern Directors DirectorExpreg Erpraes Satisfac Satisfaction 4tisfsc ¬
tion With Mine and andLous Mment
Lous lou Moore of CiiurinPatlVprJtaident incinoat Mdent Ot Ottin 0 0lhic I
tin l mud Itd Bitigham torn paw and one oneOf on a
Of ti I directors of f the Sittkr S r Shield Shieldloaves
loaves for home today aftcBkdevotink at devotini
ionahirab1 attentiOn to the airs anE
hvpil ndltiort of the h er co coPn
Pn Ifllflb
1 am simulv astonished sat A the vfs vfsitor slaitor S
itor estenlav estenlavhave at the ehan whici t
have taken ulace in the propert1 property since sincen
was lact hcre about the first 0 Ufle Uflean
an n iot enouich of n mining exArt cx rt to toifltb go gointo
into detail concerninK the showing ahowt which whichhas whiciI
has been made but I saw e0J > ugh to toworth C I
Ce
makE mo thet if mc holdi wet e
wete
worth orth arvthtnK whfii 1 1before vialted mm e
before bc they a adiv are worth twIe ueh to
div Li There hcre is istlrst a an iidid ah log of boti t
tlrst rt mrt n4 s < > nd class ore orett u1 decIop
via nt trc being erwhd at pae mu it
i J ban the InnIt1ELX would stp stpt
r Tlu managelnint info a me tha thae t
St1fltEt tt > mDt t tb mine in gain to 0 b bIi > c made madeih e I
r
Ii ih lowt lowr r tLiflfl itlflCT etratd the thet th e °
t of Silver Shifrw ardpad and the thet tt ttv1 e
t > f rhe y wfc one to torvi
v1 rvi To commfcnce ST4M setg lg now nowu flD flDbU
bU u slmolv retard the th work Jn hand handd han hana
a 01 d am thoroughly convinced that the theof Ut Ute
I of If tht 1h nronfisitlon is ao secure secureviu e
S 1 viu U n the th time I im comes it will take but butrt bu t
buV
b rt F t time tlm to 1 ut gt i back all the money moneyt mono V
t t now put iitt1ng tine into the ground groundhave
have not it oniv fly fnsoected the prop proput prope I
> ut t I hiy 111 also gone Into the then tb e
U n of f how the th money haa been and andsiicnt an 0
siicnt 5 I i lv < y tie th management and I Isav
sav I tliat 1 find that economy is isvracticii I a
vracticii in r dl > il directions As an ani 81 U
81a
1 i ion n I am t tId < > ld that to drive drive101 a auniifl
uniifl suili 101 is 1 Is l being driven by byi b y yci
ci i or r Shield ItiId comnany usually uaUahl costs costsfi
fi n ir I foot I 01 IIP b I find that Uie Uietunnel UI UIr
tunnel tinl in t5 coning I tiIg less than J10 per peri pa paa r
i vhile jii ti flu > work r k is being done as asIt 8 8ii a
= It ii is possible tJo5jb to do It In every everyicnartnicnt ever II I
icnartnicnt ll nnt ot thEe companys busi busithe I
the tl sair am > care being taken t tmiicv 0
miicv I V KO g as far as possible possiblevear
0 th vear 3r the Silver ShleH ShleHimisjinont I
imisjinont IIr t vill be earning hlg hlgFBOM bt btS g
S b1ttn it1era it1eraFBOMTRE
FBOM FBOMTRE THE SHBBA SHBBAdpnt
dpnt rnt Bartch RttCbRetUfl Returns With Sam Samples ¬
I
5 pies of Rich Ore OraJIM
JIM I o ne that carry about aboutf abot it
f silver nd id from M to 0 in inp I II a
p 1 inplcs iittJ in which ruby all sili I
i i I jUiiliiitly i Itl in a L back backl bachit
l n wlitc al t duurtz Iresidunt Iresiduntn it
n sh < L cumpany qtratIn qtratInS > i > ruting rutingS g
S S iitri rk < i ilunilKjIdt county countyi oUflt oUfltS
S i in > t I the ltc city WJneHday WJneHdayv VJresd y
v uori S O I ut t the mine mm is pro proj t
preti
j with v Ii more flLU1 MUlisiantial MUlisiantialifi ti
ifi I b that when the tlt dil dilii dl 1
Ili ii lIe xe n opened openedlinage bilbeite 4
linage sji bEi < l iwrat iwratl L
p S l LI > low I of good goodn gOO 4
gOOI
t in n Shebaj Sheba Tliis tot tunI I
I 1 d l i i in an ti a lttnat C It
Cle
ir I < bt lf i t I dgcs which made madeiip ma le
0 iip i lain tm ui n the early days daystlu ia 5
tlu I i ni aid upon which op opIM oj Ii
Si IM I < M water level was wasi wi ojiC iC
a i hold nIl their dip the thei ti io
< i i t u should h be < tapped tappedT pp si
I I T s v weeks though it
thotighy
c 0111 r r I with a possibility possibilityM poi4aibtlULa y
M I h onit no clone as ast La
I t I i iniji ions t jjbove IJut in intt I
I tt i Tit T I be IN a great T8t while whilein With With1l 18
1l in re made madeita
IL ita I id d that the new Pelton Peltoni Pelte PelteC In
i nrc I ri Sun n Kranctoco to re retiie t C
11 tiie o itivance which has aul up upDiiii 9
n Diiii I since It baa ba been beenii beE ta 9ta
beEhe
rL ii > I i t ti titi is now on the thed U UIt he
d I and tiP > ir stalled Wlicther WbetherI it itt
I t star a i rr depends 1CtCfl4 altogeth altogethwliet1 altogetiid
wliet1 rci hits tS that reffiou and andives at id
rc ives t VIM I supply This atII baa baaNil iti itiC II
I 4 the camp ever a atar < ex exhaving C
I 1 having fallen for fori t tar
i t the utreamo bare barem bai baiei re
tvir Nil if 14 t tTJI m not enough water wateri Wat WatS ei
S t TJI to t nni nnii i power needed neededtreat
i m aPt aPtillng t t treat auantities of ofin
5 illng g rre rreie r in mg piled up at the theiasu ti tif riP
f S iasu taa ore being taken takeni takE n ntg
i ii I I i e grade to being beingOre belt beltd tg
i fir hiT I Ore tra i Ia being bet mined minedej mini d i
ej a nod everything everythingiRura e eS is
S S ie prop propf rt iRura well for the theSILVER ti lie lieI
I f th 5 pr prSIT
SILVER SIT VER KING CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDrtrr
t 5r rtrr ti All Otxt OutSilking Sinkinfir Will B B Bsurnec PS 8
S surnec Soon Sooniindent
iut = S iindent nient 4 < Keetley of the thei t he
t 1 i Kin ing Coty CfltLtd 4 x l came down downrum doi trfl rfl
doiC
t rum J ht rkTTdiies < 1ay night He re reorm I C
11 L orm r tiat bt the h mine has been completely completelyinp ly lyF
inp S i out 1 and tht th L arrangements are arev a aia F
ia v niikin 1k to I k < the wafer from fromv ire
5 c v it th I > shaft iha t below the 400 level levelil levi
il r nriJik n ka s i Iwta > etwcen n the SOO and andi at i
i i iiinip + > d up to the 500 and andby at attO atttd ttd
by tO th hijf station pump pumpi pompther
i iother ther veek k Mr Keetley ex e x
5 = ill 1 I > < rcaiiv ra to I resume r time sinking sinkingor ginkln I Ir
or r little it1l water txiow the I W Wi
1
< i l liiat slnkuiK alr ktiit can be carried carriedlittle irri
little litt trouble t from that thatN th ktt
C N iwn S S to tliat t t level not over er 2 2wtrr > I
< wtrr I I per I T minute flit 0 lite is f making makingrh rnakit g
rh h Milling ng of f t Iv flow is n 4 very veryMi ry
Mi 11 t > nients fur r the proiwseution proiwseutiont jliro880bJtiUt
S t i 5 camj IKH iei if r development developmentin lvejopweii Ut
in ii > 1 and tutu AiUer 1r arc ur now OOm 00 n nMr
Iud ltj Mr Kei > v f cifls eis greatly at atae ati
ae i i < quence i jenep HP ban worked like likei Ii ke keto
i > fav b r r < iiring tag lYt past nt sixty days dayaC to toet
et C r > ning bIItj in f t > e eNew
5
S New ew Mining Companies CompaniesFfnmmond Cimpaniesi
i ha S Jn
rc with Secretary of ii iirc
k 1 r Ffnmmond Ffnmmondrattv mmond mmondz
z iit > rattv Mining tt I > e
velopment vel veltal opment company of Park City capi ¬
a tal stock is 1XM t4Mt00 > 00 divided into 1999
fcltares ii ares at a par value of 1100 100 each U
J 3vic Daily Is president J R Hartman
vice vic vicm e president W H West general
manager m anager N B Dreswer seeretarr Wll
liam 11a 11awi m Byrne treasurer The company
will wi ll operate fn Utah county
The Garden City Mining company of
Provo Pr PrIn ovo City capital stock f3 ti08fl WO divtoXt
ln to I 3pWi shares of the par value of 1 1W JO
re reJo ntz 4eh Jnnattui
reM Buckley le pre
M nt Samuei H Ilvekicy vice proaldent
Jo hi W BtKWey secretary and trees treasFla ¬
ur er
EPTB3 IUfTS
P Fla ins XUcord Mada by Number of ofTi ofThitic
Ti Thitic tlc Properties Properties8n ZropertiesSpecial
< 8n Special i iat to The Herald HeraldKureka
Kureka Oct L1 1 Ihlpmenta Shipment from the theTiutlc theiutlet
T Tiutlc iutlet district during the lit month of Sep September Sepmbr ¬
tember te teca mbr consisted of 4 41fl 1 cars of crude oru orucarrying orurrying
carrying ca caof rrying th ti j Prrlus reclous metals ninety cars carsof careIron
of iron fluxing ores and seven carloads carloadsrf carloadaoonontrdti
rf f coiKtntrtitvrf the feiitennialKureka feiitennialKurekaleading titennialhUttkaadtng
leading J Jt adtng with 142 cars irs and th Grand Cen Central en ennl ¬
tral t nl next with JW The ih Gemini also alsomade
made m al i Bond showing with fiftytwo cars carsthe
the thl i Mamrnoth h with thlrlytwo thiriyt an and the theIiuIlioiiJHeck theutli
IiuIlioiiJHeck It utli itHeck with twin vpjrht Follow Following ¬
ing in g is the list in carload carloadAjax
Ajax A jt 2 2KullionBeck 2ulltntheek
AB
KullionBeck B 2S 2SCaria
Caria CariaVntenrlalKurcka E irit 9
E VntenrlalKurcka 142 142KaKle 14
KaKle I tgtt it Uluo Bell T Tl
U intini
i raiil ritrat 1OJ 1OJaId
i L aId I
l ittlc Chief hid 1 1ow
1I
> ow t r Mammoth Mumnt th 2 2Muiiirnoth I
Muiiirnoth d mmuthi 3 3Martha
Martha i artha Washlngtoii 4 4May 4Lty
May Lty Day 2 2Rlshnc
Rlshnc R iaiig Sun 1 1Star Ittr
Star id ttr Consoll dated fi fiSouth
South S oul ii Swans SwttnsiiC SwttnsiiCt uT 7 7IVtro
IVtro r t lit litTiule I
Tiule 1 IICI gam t 1 1Aictor It > I
Aictor V ictor ConxolldMtf lontoIldMt1anke < 1 13 13Yankco Iti i
Yankco Y anke tnsItdiEl ns iidated 1j 1jIron 1
Iron Ores OresBlack Black Jack li 1 Dragon Iron IronD
D Noons W F Whiting Co 4 4ConcentrateH
ConcentrateH CoiitentrateaMi May Day it I nClcdcl nClcdclUtah
Utah Stocks Siki in Boston BoctooSHcIal
SHcIal < to The Herald HeraldBoston
Boston JiaH O Oit < t 1 ITht The copper share sharemarket
market m arket continues weak and fentnreless fentnrelessQuotations feettirelesauotations
Quotations Q uotations were UP ti follows
Clos Ctoafnr n nSnlec
Snlec HIeh low Bid Ask AskDlVst
A mal 7e il it 4Ii jt I
B Ing EIIP t2 I
DlVst D DM 1lit 7 7Mcrcin 0 > itw tIt4 38 411 411enu
Mcrcin McrcinV M enu 40 t 1 333 1 1115 1 i
VU V fi B1 B1Itab trill I I I
Itab U tah VMS VMSBos Il IlBoston l i > 2t
Bos B oa < on i 4 i 1
Boston Mining ining Stocks StocksAdventure
Adventure AdventureAlloticz A 4O 111 Domlit 1
Alloticz AlloticzAmi A IlOUCe eoitL aftnki
Ami AmiDalyVtVst A mol 412 Parrot ParrotT9
DalyVtVst DalyVtVstBlnghani D 8i Vst T9 nit nitlngham tQuincy tQuincytnfr
Blnghani BlnghaniCal E tnfr l5i iSanta Fe C I z
Cal al Hoc Hoccentennial 410 Tamarack Tamarack15R
centennial centennialCop t 15R I56j < Trinity
Cop tI op Range Rangel 4800 C 1 States
l > omin Coal CoalFVanklln 7000 OUt ftah Itahraiikiln
FVanklln FVankllnIsle P 800 t Victoria VictoriaW LOU
Isle J ab Romaic RomaicMohan 080 < < W ViiK Vinona > n n3J880 673
Mohan M ohtak k 3J880 IXVolverine IXVolverineN Iwolverlne
N New w York Mining Stocks StocksAdams
Adams A dams Con on 1 14 > Jttle JttleAlice JttleChief 0
Alice A Jir 15 rOntark fOntariol 47
Breere R re W IGphir IGphirBrun I
Brun B run Con 0 Phoenix PhoeniCom 1 1am 7
Com am Tunnel Mft Potoi 2 2on
Con C on C t ftV V 13D I 211 3 avag vaift 2 2orn
Horn H orn Silver lflO l 0 3ierra Nevada 3 3ron i
Iron I ron Silver 10 165 j Jmall 1 Hopes 2 lb
L ead 02 Standard StandardSan 17 1
San Francisco Mining Stocks StocksAlta
Alta A lta 04 ° Hale Nor
Ands 17justice 0
Belcher lt 1Moxican 10 6
Best B est Belcher 133Occidrntal Con on onullion j
Bullion BullionCatalonia B ullion pjOphir pjOphirOverman 1phir 0
Catalonia CataloniaChal t aIcdnl Overman Overman31Potosl 2 t
Chal hal on onChollar 31Potosl 31PotoslSJiSavage 2
Chollar ChollarConfidence t SJiSavage SJiSavage7o8eg vage
Confidence C 7o8eg 73 Sag Belcher BelcherVSOISierra I Ion 8
Con C on c V VSOISierra Nevada 5 6
Con on ImperialCrown Imperial W3ilver < Hill Hillalltah 5 a
Crown t row Point PointExchequer alltah tah Con i
Exchequer ExchequerGould E 13 Cnion nion Con ConIllyellow
Gould G oulti Curry Illyellow Jacket JacketOre j
Ore and Bullion BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements In this city cit r
yesterday y as reported byMcCornlck by McCornlek d ic i
Co C o amounted to J10R700 I70O as follows Sil Siler ¬
ver v er lead gold and copper ores 159600 59600 59600ase
base b ase bullion 49110 49110K
K MetaL ta Market MarketSilver
Silver 50c per ounce
Copper r 12c c New York 13c to 131c
Lead 350 New York 1460 1460Kining 1450MiRIng
MiRIng Notes NotesSilvrr
Silvrr moved up another point yester yestetay ¬
day d ay to 5Pc 5PcSecretary MtiSecrotury
Secretary W V G Lamb of the Silver
Ring company is down from the Park for fora fo r
a f ftw w days recreation recreationH
H Otto Hanke of Cincinnati came in I n
from f rom the ea east t vesterday to Inspect his hi 5 B
various v mining interests 1ntcretta in this tht state stateSeven
Seven cars of ore from Tlntic and one on ontoni e
from toni American Amerioa Fork were received at a it t
the t he Taylor ft Brunton sampler yesterday
M Jf OMeara is expected back from Trot n
file Nevada Alpine tlpln companys mfne in inwhich I n
which he is so largely interested today totia
J K Bamlwrgcr general manager of c j
th IalyVV t conifMiiiy will return from froma trot trotsevril ca n
a seviTii sevril days trip to ii the coast this aft afternoon I >
ernoon e rn ii
Miiia M tgr cr > f orris Pus i iisiltIorf Hdorf sit pnt out outto ot iti it
to t i the I Ii Park I i ik yvHterday citirltv t to < > set how work wir k
i piogrfssinfir I igiasiig in I lit < Emstok omsto k ehatt ah I I lie 11 e eS
is S cNpetted I t Ill in return this thisrl < < vcnin r rWord
Word rl from the St LfMijsVnwa is t I
tI the t he fie ti t thiil work is liroersasilig ro re > in with withmoo wit witflul I II i
moo I oiiCMittiging results under thf at u 1 1ri i
perlnendep 1 ri I I inl r y of > Cluir 4 ti rs s Hnehlcr Hnehlcre
I ti vii this end 1iII of th line iii for forconclnded I
1 1 I i1i lIn conclnded lrank 11 I I Pnhl Pnhlnvti Ith l
I hc e M known nvti t ttit ojnrator iir left Lr or ornron
his h its liiire 1 ic at ti I Slmron Sit nron roil 1a > s storiL tor Li > v iiixtli jiiwrfiRii jr
Rii r4 it < rlin rtlnakl kl has just roUiriiol urliI from rot rotL
a t L ttt > to Hilt i lgllbPIWII4l 44 < > nw iurl w4i witiie < r ft i h ha Ut Utsi K i
l si e M surviyiri > f unothfr iit hr bK l hlnk ork of C Cliit f
claims liit for putint totS thf < ile ilcs MinhK MinhKcomi Mink K
comi 001 > iii < y yl Yiii
l ih Ri ctrtisl > r < ial meitinR of tilt ullHiV
h hili < > l ti 1 ii i ColMmix COJIHT I n r Minitm MinitmfoiniUiv ttnihi ttnihiin
foiniUiv in i t i held ye < iiy afternoon ft ron ii iitrrni tfte tftetrrms
trrms > l sal al < wltn wit th Caitrow P YtId ndi ndicnit I Iiitt I
cnit iitt V ifi ratirii < l
7
Maiajfr Joorjt1 corg I AlMtH yei vostiwIy t4r < ljy n1 n1H F FJon I
Jon H rtii f I o arrival of 1 < H iiui < o oi frude frudeo rti Ic <
o wf e from I r n the ii TithVili ithoi f > > npiM > fT < Mn Mninln
inlet whili h1tt will l 11 thf I hc narkct arly S t
in tl ijtiirs week if i f not b bIore bIorelrt lorc lorcPnsllnt
Pnsllnt lrt J Jihn < ihn tinrit > of tho Consolidat Consolidated tnoi0t t tod t ¬
ed Aloft ur tiflp8t tnpai > vxnt V uflt out to 0 camp campyestrriay OW p pyEStrCie
yestrriay V tj I watcii tho t ii j erformauce > of ofthe > f fthe
the MiMr slim > tr itinx plant which it itwas Itwas
was iKiiliittd w wod iiid then be in com comrotegion coil coilinisciut
rotegion rotegionTh inisciutFly
Th Fly Itih I t tit Mining company has Iia another anotherrarloal anot iF iFearlEi
rarloal earlEi 1 r 1 ore ie at Oasis which will be pn pnthe c Sn Snthe n
the nmrkvt oarly irjj e coming week wet k i
According to miiu sampling it will run runabout it in inabout n
about 1 per cent Iud and 14ft ounces sU sUver I Ii Iivir
ver pf j r ton tonFor tnt
For tin t i > urpoei iT f clearing rfp its m I t
dcbt dcbtliiesa liifM and rortinuinK the work work1Itte of ofpate
pate ri ii itf ill proprty trOll rty the New ew Moriur Miii jr jrn IP
Inl n < i 1 MllUni company the suwosmir suwosmirvt rr rrut r
vt tl < > ij OtVBerMinon company lev vi d dK
K 1 < a 5 snurt flu n Vednenday dilPsitt dilPsittIrom
Advit < s from Toii Toiinh j > Hh yesterday Were Wereto ac Fe Fethii
to tin oiffti ifec that John Mays Hammond Hammondthe 4ammon e etht
the Tonopah fl1EL4ih loml0ttvs ompanya cou insulting ultlnr en e eiflerr
ineir iflerr reached camp Suiulay last H I 48 48is
in srhduletl ty stt tti ff i ii Salt Lako on onltl I n flhi
ltl vay bOiL anti lie ttt may reach here hereany he 58 588il
any 8il day LISt row rowSuprit TiWSttriitsflnt
Suprit Sttriitsflnt jndent Cliitl Packard of the tJ lie
Slur i nsMiildaJed who has been on tne tnesick t he heiiek 1
sick f fr > r Mcveral d ISYS yn came in from fromamp ire irei
amp i f EatarihtY sisrdUr to fpend the time be between I i itween ¬
tween triln He reports searythlt erjthlnu rig rigmoviiii K
moving > miothly at th the property though thou1 h
he > not been able ta five It his per personyi pa C CsoniI
sonyi att itttittofl nticn for OT a week or more inoreCONFERENC moreS
S
S i iCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via the Bio Grande GrandeFrom GrandeFront
From all points in Utah Usual low lowrates Ic w wrates
rates Selling dates all points on main mainline ma ha lnline
line Ogden to Goshen inclusive Oct Oi rt rtI it
1 to I Hnal limit Oct 12 From Tin Tintic Ti U Utic
tic district Park City itl Bingh BInghim m and andHcher at atHehcr
Hcher branches Sept 30 to Oct Octtitil M MHnil jjd
Hnil limit Oct 1 1L From all other otherpoints oth IC ICpuints sr
points Sept 3 30 to Oct 0 final Ural UralOct Sn Jt JtOct
Oct 15 State fair exhibits will be the thebcfft t he hebeat ie
beat and biggest ever shown in Utah UtahFor tYta Lb p
For further particulars see any Rio RioGrande Lb LbCnde io
Grande agent agentDecorating agentnecorating
Decorating dor done e in relief in thi most rn 1st 1stariC et
ariUc and uptodate for parlors tuft hi us usand M
and Hnns < xp rosmL na Jjw r prices designs designsetc ieeigi j jete i
etc a 8a W A A Duv Duis11 124 West Second See id iidi0ut
Sout i PfcPti 1H5K
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The shipment by the Star Conooii
dated da ted of Untie district of otjcar 4car of ore
a few days ago of exceptionally rich richvalue
value va lue has called up the aHik eet of rich
ore or e deposits and brought forth the in intelligence ¬
telligence ta that nearly all ef tte tleeld old pro
I duccrs du cers of that camp have mAde inter
fating ea ting history along the 9fue iue linee lineetremcly
I t D iffering from moat districts where cx
tremcly ti rich ore re is l encottntered the
deposits de posits in the Tintic miDas liaV been I
generous ge nerous ones fr fretiumifty qu Htly yf yIe44ng < UnS I
goodly go odly fortunes before they the w yjg re x
hausted h austed The Star Itself was ane eneof of the
pi oneers and has proW1e serera
I pockets of rich auriferous r rcck clf in
bygone b ygone days
I A dozen years ago Del Roberts and l t
1
his hi s son Del struck a bonpvuaa boii chimney chimneyan
in an upper tunnel alinot directly dIrectlyver
over o ver the one which the cootpany is now nowworking noworking
working w to such good advantage from
which w hich they took between 4MOO and
5b 50000 5 one carload of thirtythree tons
bringing b u check for 7t4 and other
leasers k asers in the old tunnels by ntearts o of
which w tikh the mine wa wa lint nr t spened and
worked w realized handsome sums
This treasure h hn uae rich aa it had
proven p roven in the o4 upper workings was
J for fo r some reason or rather more likely
j for f or no reason left untouched for years
after a fter the shaft was sunk and only in inrer
rer r erent nt months has the management
listening Ii stenIng to the th insistence of Superin
I tendent t Packard again reached out
for f fg or the rich stopes The further the
ground g is developed In the old fissure
the t he richer and larger the treasure ap
rears p cars to be and that the next car
shipped s will be even better than the
first fi rM i is taken as a certainty by people
who w ho are familiar with the situation
Therp T here is an unbroken chimney of ore orerom
from f rom the 400foot l livei < vel up to the 300
and a nd not far from the same locality
leasers l easers have discovered rock of the thesame theame
same s character on the 800foot level
The ores of the star like the famous famousold
old o ld Mammoth are oxidized to a xreat
depth d epth due to the deeply fractured na naure
ture t ure of the limestone which is con conj conuelvo
j I ducive d to the formation of or ore bodies I
of o f great size and richness
Mammoths Rich Ores
The Mammoth ha has stapes that now
emptied e of their treasures tornv cav
erns e ms of almost
et frightful size and on 0nalus
tains t within its many miles of drifts I
and a nd tunnels and other excavations tim
ber h er enough to build a palace In the
i Mammoth M ammoth Dame Nature played all I
sorts a of freaks sulphides and oxides I
lead l silver I
gold and e
cper per wero wer i
placed p laced side by side sometimes in a e
guise g uise in which the values were readily readll S
recognized r again agaInieunnuilgl cunningly hidden in ina I 1
a heavy spar that would seem tp con
I ain no crack nor crevice wherein I
values v could be deposited The Mam
moth m oth has shipped many rich cars MamS some S
of o f them running 25000 a ton and over overand overnd
and a nd single tons of more than a third of o r
t hat amount have
notbeen
uv r wv eii lutrcqueiii infrequent t
in I n the old days of the Cunningham and anc I
Betsy B etsy stopes stopesProbably
Probably the purest piece of silver silverever r
ever e ver taken out of the ground came
from f rom the Betsy It
was wa eblong in it t
shape s and weighed about ten ounces
Watson Nesbitt then superintendent ouncesP of 0 P
the t he mine found it He cut the plepe in it
two t wo parts and
gave one to Captain I
Day and has the other one to this day I
carrying c it as a pocket piece pieceEureka
Eureka Hills Early Performances
Next to the Mammoth the ftureka t
Hill the first mine opened in Inthe the yicin vlcln
ity l ty of the town of Eurekamadeniost Eurekamadeniostof Eureka made nice t
of < o f the early history of rich production I
and a nd incidentally attracted to the camp cam
t about a bout the worst gang of desperadoes desperadoesthat a
j that t a small place was ever cursed cnrse
with There is considerable unwritten It
history h about the conduct of ofthl thlg mine mm e
J in i n its Inception that will probably re
main m ain unwritten
but sufficient g known a ao
to t < o make some mighty interesting read
j ing ng
Up to the lime of the conKoHdatinii I
N ot o thf various claims that no now com
pris the rich group in the early J08 J08not 0i
not much light has been shed bn n th thayout < 0
layout l It seemed to b be > a cane of o f fcatch
catchascatchcan catch ascatch can and evcryb evorybod < > dy V f
who < nuld get a crack at the rich ledge ledgeof
of o silver that cropped out OhItOfITW > f tnfr ground groun 1
without danger of getting killed was va
there t after the goods > od There was llttlr llttlrrespect lilt liltespect
respect r paid to stakes and boundaries I
and the man in possession if iJe he had the Ut e
n nrve rve was va the one who got the money mone
The Th Deserel Mining company n Ilpihil Ilpihilsuceeedel pally
succeeti suceeedel d in rounding up the beat of o P L
the t he claims in different ways atld was waseventually a a aeventually
eventually su succeeded < ceeded by the JsJjiEeka Uxk 8 i
Mining company Oflh1tLfl and it by the Cureka urek a i
Hill Th Tht ore a rich silver sulphide sulphidevaxlikc aphidaXiik b ab
vaxlikc aXiik in appearance was stored in inn I n na 1
n wide fissure and reucbe to tiKf tsr r
face Its existence xi tence Irf said to have been U I
known for or some time before H Its Value e ewas e
was realized and many bowlders lm j
broken off and rolled down hill Umnigh teug
the cedars A dollar a pound wttf jthe Lb Lbvalue I
value of the product as it ras aahie mined minedth I
sliver at that time being w th thlit Jl an anunce a ii
> unce UflC It was hauled In tt whisky bairole bar
role first to the smelters Jlrect rect from troi n i
the mine and later to iSantaqttln
Quite an item of cxpwue tlKda ho e Aytj e
was the pay of armed guard tt being bela 5
necessary to patrol the t iaopty > rep rty t In the thenight Lii IC ICnight
night time as the surface workings s sttong
strung ttong ong for a conajdetitirte dte ii I Iance
tance ance and were unprotected Tbics en enm n
thIs expense in m large mcasurr rpqau the thethrough tt IC e
low cedar trees through which the th I1
obloriders were able ab1 to to5 nmfc wer
all cleared off in a sihsle d y eiiablin eiiablina ig J
a few men effectually to guard the t to toworks
works Four years later ta the rlck rtettieur u
face workings robbed of tfcftir trmaur trmaura
a controlling interest In the wtoe was wi
sold to a Captain Wrd izo1t at Id
he dissatisfied with the JtweM8 after aftervaialy ttt tttvalaly
vaialy endeavoring to hiire tjis saoqey mpa i
refunded caused the xrcpt uMn upa a acr4mlnal
criminal charge of two of th the qkfst pd It
prominent mining men in th the th thsn4e nter r ¬
ritory ritoryCaptain i
Captain Wards interest afterward tfteti rd
found its way back to Utah and the themine ti timine
mine became iHie of the big henuzrof bomuixas
of the camp It was while working at
the Eureka Hill mine as s mi n imayer assay
that Archibald leverIng 6uather the tl tlcelebrated
celebrated novelist gathered gath r d the ma ni
terial for his Mormon story Mi MIssl Dlv
idends
Jesse Xnitflits nigkte Ravalatfon Ravalatfonsr
The mines of Godlva hill toor t00 have t tihipped
shipped some very highgrade allver ally allyOle
ore the May Day company taMag
down a check for over UO0 6000 a cxwpde tu tuof
of years ago for less than seventeen ssv8nteitons
tons tonsIn tonsIn
In lS9fi Jesse iea Knight then mnall SUM ll lltimer
farmer timer of Provo struck B rtell rte tody bell bellef
ef f silver ore In the Hambu Iilssheg mine on P n
Godlv Godivft hill from whteh in > th e l lmonths
months he cleaned up over Qffjai MtL
has since made a princely fortune from ire n
S
that tha thawh t and other properties on the hill hillwhich biiich
which wh ich he acquired by purchase and andwhich a
which wh whSa ich are now bwned by the them Unelfc
Sam Sa SaT Safirs m Mining company companyThere compinyhere
There T here is an interesting tale about the thet
first t discovery of ore in the Husnbug Husnbugwhich Hulibu HulibuIch
which wh whbei Ich possesses the added merit of ofbeing
being bei ng true It is to ihe effeCj ettee that thatMr thatlcnight
Mr Mrbe Knight who Is and hs always alwaysbeen alwaysen
been be en a devout Mormon waft wa directed
to toto the ore by an angel which appeared appearedto appearedhim
to him in a vision The directions directionswere dlfeotI us usre
W were We Wewa re to run to a certain point whichmarkEd Which Whichwan
wan wa watre marked on the surface by a cedar cedartree cedMre
tree tre tretii e Mr Knight estimated the dte dtewould d dnee
tii nee at ifty feEt and found thatit
wo woth would uld cost him 18 a foot to contract contractthe contracte
the th e work For a k long ng time he had baeu baeutrying bauing
trying try ing ineffectually to Interest OKpi OKpiof npmeans
0V of ofco means in the property and had he
t come co me pretty well discouraged when flr flrangel
angel an anhe gel came along So impressed s swith
he with the truth of his vision that he 3errowed heborrowed
borrowed bo rrowed the money on his home hoz
1 1000 1ve 000 and let the contract At the thevery
ve very ry spot under the cedar tree th te >
ore or ° e was found and Mr Knight passed
from fr om an obscure farmer to a mining miningmagnate
magnate m n
Various explanations of the vision
ar are e given by the unbelievers the most
T reasonable re one being that Mr Knight
had ha d decided in his own mind whir
the th e ore was to be found and thougt thought thoughtabout
about ab out it so much that he really reaHjKnight
SU dr eamed of the angels visit r
fl Knight K night however has never failed to o
K give gi ve fo thevhureh the ehureh from his mining 1 hi
vestments ve the title prescribed ivmfeh
J
has ha s amounted to a handsome sum In
m 1 atters of charity too unostenttlouS
ly he has helped many of his oldtim oldtimfriends
friends fr iends and neighbors who have hiav Apt Aptbeen
been be en so fortunate as he has been beenrGemini
Gemini Richest of All AllBoth
Both the CentennialEureka and the
Ol old d BullionBeck have produced ro mUy BT BTwould
C ca rloads of high grade silver ore tMt
y would ould have created a sensation in otflir oth r
c camps ca mps but the richest lot of ore evdr evdrmined
n mined m ined in the camp came from the theGemini
G Gemini almost from under the main mainstreet
g street st reet of Eureka It was horn silver silverand sIlvOrnd
a and nd so rich in the white metal that it itchoked
choked ch oked the rock crusher Two cars carswere
were W ere shipped which brought the com company
p pany pa ny 110000 That was ten years ago agowhen
when w hen silver commanded a better price pncthan
u than th an now Since then the Gemini ha hae < 3 3produced
p produced some wonderfully rich or orand ore
8 and nd in one month last year paid a adividend avidend
dividend di < j vidend of 100000 with less thn thntwenty
t twenty men working in ore The roe record
0 ord or d established In 83 however has hasnever I
n never ever been equaled by It nor any other othermine
lr mine in Utah ahd unless silver goes a agreat a
f great reat deal higher than at present it itprohably
p prohably never Will WillThe
The mines of Tintic however will willcontinue
r continue to produce fortunes of this thiskind I
x kind ind for many years to come comeMTNTOTG
MTNTOTG STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGECon
C Con on Mercur Is the Only Stock to At Attract
tract Attention AttentionAt
At the single session of the mining ar archange axhange
c change yesterday there wa was little doing
Ite 1 It being Derby day ai the state fair faireverybody
everybody e apparently cared little wheth whether
er e r any business was transacted or not notDurtag
eD I Durtag D uring the regular and aa of oPen > en board calls callsa S
a total of af 138il shares of stock with a aselling a ¼
selling s value of 5529 5S92 2 changed hands handsConsolidated
Consolidated Mercur being the only stock tocl toclthe
t In the list to attract more than passing passingattention
ath a attention It WAR bought so liberally at al alt
t th e opening price of l8 that the talon talonS t
soon S oon rfached the conclusion that it was S S
useless u selas to attempt to further depress It Itit
the price began to move up At 111
ii it halted and at the close went at 1074 1074May
Ajax was weak at 10e and 1Se witili
May M ay Day Silver Shield Tetro Petro witiliI and andVictor era I
Victor V ictor were practically unchanged Daly
West sold thirty shares at 38 Carisa CarisaWRS
v WRS w as firm at 15c and and1ew Jtfew York was still stilltower I
h tower lo wer at 21 21hc ic icFollowing
Following is the listof final quotations quotationsand a
a and nti record of sales made madeAlice
I Bid Asked AskedllC1
J Alice AliceAjax jj T7T 10 tl
J Ajax AjaxCarisa A jar 16 12 12arisa
Carisa CarisaCongor C CE arisa 141
J Congor Congoron E ongor 411 a
on Mercer MercerCreole I llC1 l8 l8SS 108ieoie
Creole CreoleDaly k ieoie I SS I 41
j Daly DalyDalyJudgt 1 209 250 2509JO
l DalyJudgt DalyJudgtDalyWest lD lDD aIyJudgcalyWest 9JO 980
J DalyWest DalyWestDexter D I 3800 sooeter i 3S9T 3S9TMH
Dexter 1T eter ConsolWated ConsolWatedEagle 4 04
Eagle E aglc Blue Bell BellGalena 75 i m malena
Galena GalenaGrand G alena I
Grand G < rand Central CentralHorn I 350 4 4orn
l Horn hI orn SHvec SHvecIngot 80
Ingot IngotLower I ngot 0 0ower
1M Lower 1 ower Mammoth MammothMay MH 59
May M ay Day I 08 04I j OS7 083ammoth
Mammoth MammothPetro M ammoth 100 I 110 110etr
Petro PetroRotcoHomcstakc P etr
11 12 121 S Saiollomestake
RotcoHomcstakc RotcoHomcstakcSacramento R 60 60M
Sacramento SacramentoSilver S acramento I 2b 2i 1
Silver S ilver King I 7200
Silver SS S ilver Shield ShieldSouth I 10 13 4
South S mith Swansea SwanseaStar ii C
Star S tar Consolidated ConsolidatedSwansea 3I 33 ri
Swansea Swansealtah S wansea 10
ltah ltahTTnclc U tah I j5 j5ncie
TTnclc T ncie Sam SamValeo i
Valeo ValeoButlerliberal V alen S
VB
Butlerliberal ButlerliberalBlack B 1ILt 13 l
Black B lack Boss BossCalifornia Bessiljmornja M M
California Californiantury O 13 4 4inttiry
5 5Yesterdays
I > ntury 40 5
1 Dalton DaltonJoo D alton
J lmcrald 5
Joo J JJ oe Bywprs Bywprsla et L
la I Rcinr RcinrLittle 08 08
Little l ittlp Chirf ChirfManhattati 10
Manhattati oe 4
I Martha Washington
New York YorkRichmond 4
Richmond R t Anaconda fl3 04
l l > aIr tr i a
i Vletor t itnr Consolidated Consolidatedabash I 11 u1 u1Vabash
i Vabash abash abashWest 1 10 15
West Morning Glory 0044 I
Yankee Y Consolidated eonsoIidtjYesterdaysSales
Yesterdays YesterdaysSales YesterdaysSalesAjax Sales
Ajax ltOQQ3Jfittc 200NlCc Total 3 90 18 18iharos
shares sharesConsolidated iharosonsolidatod
Consolidated Mercur l i54l1 > llfWl 08 900 Oi W
106 < SWffl05seller 28O106l seller 5 108 ft
> 1W 1 39 ssEti1 Wfl 10 buyer 10 101W 18tlL08 14
1 1W Total 2SJ41 shares
May Day Dayssmei lSOO slfcc
SIlveY Bhietd VtoMVfc 5IiO12EtRtitlerLtberit
BntlerLibeml lOOOCl c 25 250I50 < Mle To
Ut t at 12B6 shares sharesTSIVU
Tfftro JW 1O008 1O008VIctor jtDt
Victor 500 I0O4l1tc I0O4l1tcOpenBoard Uiic
< Open OpenBoard Board BoardV 4 4Carisa
V Carisa at Wfcc
100 Con Mercur at l1GTl 101 t
10 DalyWest at 3908 I
1J09 New York at nc
l 1008 vO Petro at lie lie7W lieVictor
7W Victor at ll 11C c
Total open board 4230 4 chare
Shares sold 13871
Selling value 1692992 1692992t 3928S25As
< 5As t + 1
Royal bread is wholesome clean cleanpure and andpure 1
pure Our bakery is conducted strictly stricti
sanitary and is the beet equipped wetft wei weiof it
of Chicago No human hands to knea kneathe knee kneethe
the dough All done by machinery rnackInerThe
The label with the crown on every lo log logAsk fc fcAsk
Ask your grocer for it itEXCURSIONS ito
o
EXCURSIONS TO SALT LAKE UKBSept LAKESepL I
Sept 80 to Oct 6 6Via 6Via
Via Oregon Short Line for or conference conferenceand conferani re
and state fair Tha usual very low lowrates Ig rew w
rates will be made from all Short Line Linepoints Lii Igle le
points See agentx for or full particulars particularsThe 5
The U S Govt Reports Reportsshow Repor Reporshow S I S
show Royal Baking Powder Powderstiffertor r rsuperior
superior to all others others7ha
as asTOOTH
S asS
TOOTH POWDE I
7ha Th btsf thai Moxey and aiulExperios 10 0
ExpcrtMoi eiw 01 produce producstAt
At all stores or by y mail for tlto priced prlc S
HALL BUCKEL MEW Uwto toR h It
lI
STRONG S STOCK STOCKMARKET
MARKET AGAIN AGAINPrices
S
p Prices Pr ices ghow how Advances of From
> S 2 2 to 3 Points PointsSOME
SOME S OME BUYING FOR SUPPORT SUPPORTT
5
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T i r
j DI > RIYE AGAINST STEEL HAS BE
S I AXBD >
New i sr Tork Oct L LStocka Stocks recovered recoveredYigor0uy
vj Yigor0uy gomuely again today the last prices priceswI1sg
S slMrfpAtaT sk wI1sg advances of 2 to 3 points for the theprincipal
principal iti ee4pI active stocks The dealings dealingewtfte dealingste
w wtfte te highly professional and the move moven moveSt
m n l Hit St wan not tree from from suspicion of ofroftaipHiatten of5alpElatIt
roftaipHiatten m But the effect seemed to tobA
hi bA bw bwse tiff f r seine reason mare cheering upon
seuttmuit se than th the rather forcible un
iog la g > o Jjirlces on Tuesday There may
Jtave ta fe B MI bomb onae buying for support in
to4ay to 4ayi5 market also but the great bank
bi rig g mere InTerests te were not so conspicuous in
tnf tb dMlMfei On the other hand an anOTr
v OTr estextepdeal exjt aed short interest was a very
U lTOlH Ini oIni uistIkut rt trctor tcor In lifting prices The
o 4lhg aS dIs Mi to New Yorn Central and
hi isiuasylvanLs ita was attributed to bear bearseemed
ia knafobetJeu Louisville seemed to to9PMiK
tEtl ithO 80811 the liquidation for an cc
oo ttifl ad Fsusure upoir that stock re
9PMiK a ada pssrsd arom fiOlu there to tlmedor1ng time during the
dav da y
While ti0demand tke demand for stocks seemed to tocoma
coma co me laVldMy from the short interest as
indicated in 41Icata iby the large borOwing demand
ia the baa crowd last night the rising
in let at rn3css brovght p0 sIgn of the
lK f0ida wlila9t baa he h S persistent
A Ati 541 urgent f Sr r a long time past It i was
thte ti llS met that liad the mOst decfsKe In In4VM
f it1lee 4VM upon sentiment notwithstanding
til e r reosgitition o saJtk > n of the fact that a v very rr
anxRM mfl ayt9de demand was reported veryI in I
the th e tIafs uas dealings These Tb se reached about
the th e s m mq aggregate as those th of yester
day d dth ay London helped somewhat towards yesterI I
the th e aaVaace the turn of the month there therearkg
havui h arkg r relaxed mxed the money market con considerably conS ¬
siderably aI and led to sonic investment S
b bKyiBg of consuls which had a good re reoirerj revery
< e very
Th Fhe Bank Of England statement did didthat I
n nth ot make astrong showing but the fact
th that at the bank rate was not advanced advancedand I
and a nd Ue absence of failures which were w r 4
feSj fe treEi S ejaused useci a cheerful sentim > nt A ftoiFo
not n oiFo Ue feature ture of tho day was the sic ¬
lent le at break of about 30 points in domestic
sterMiy st ertig h here c under pressure of very ver
Jn h hd frgt eoforiitps oforlflgs of commercial Bills iila and I
deaiUi d ea lb of demand Large wheat clear clearance clearnces ¬
ance a nces Were reported for the day and the thecompletion
completion c of the cotton corner led to te I Iendderable
considerable c ct commission house buying in in I
that t cn market S The etablishment of a a I
nfttwal n ategial condition in the cotton market t
la OKftected to have very Important re
its sufe it ulIg in the outward movement of that thatstiipteand the
s stiipteand tap1e and this led to the very fr fracof eof
trtogs fam fa etugs ot cotton bills in the exchange exchangemarket I Iarket
market marketThe m arket arketT
The T early demand for stocks was es ¬
pecially li notable among the coalers
which w hich were helped by strength of net netearainfp me I
earainfp e for q5 August ttgust by the Lehigh Val VaIy ¬
ley le y an ntJ l cne Ci4 admission of 3 H Haiyi Haiyimaa Har1oe
maa m oe to the Brie directory The exptra exptraon
tlan t on of Ofthe he original period for the United tntt I
States ttas Steal conversion syndicate and in incrlbers
ti matlons that the majority of the sub
s crlbers had accepted the extension of o f
the t he syndicate aroused a hope that the therecant th S Secant
recant r severe pressure of the steel bonds bondson
on o n the market by those desirous of re
tt ttrtng tiom rom the syndicate will now ree b brelaxed e
r relaxed The offerings of specifications S
by b y the ePnnsylvsnia company for werk won IC
in I n its terminal project had an effect on ot
kh t h1Ynit0d < rUnltedStates 8tates Steel stocks as this thi thimode
hf mode orlc Involves a large requirement for fo r
stew a teel products Natural relief was felt id
thairthebrdparation th tth preparation for the th October dlvl dlvinhI I
4 4rtfl nhI and intermatlonal disbursement d > has ha S
been b een completed while th the < government St t
h hu bond oa redemptions and revenue zovennmenit deposit depositL depoolperation it
L operations u areyielding are yielding handsome returns returnsI returnothe
I t othe money market promising contin continued centlutd
ued w td exemption from stringency Even Evenl it
l ta time t im wonev was called slightly easier easieralthough r
although a not quotably changed and the thewestern Ut e eestern
western w estern dnnapd for
currency seeing to t 0
bo h o still deferred deferredBpnd
Bpnd Quotations QuotationsU
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Do 5aupOit unon J 3 alex Cent 4e 77 771st
U I S 3 Iji reg108 reg108Do 1st inc 14 14
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U Sn s s 4e 4 reu JJ JJP 134 AL M 1C T 4s 97
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P Deospon ooupon oouponU 111 consol 4a 4aN israg1021t >
U S IB reg rag1021t N Y Central Centralgeneral
D De coviwn 108 general J 3g 08
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GBAEW A2H PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago
Chicago Oct i OATHh Increased trade tradea
a rally occurred In wheat prices today todayThe todaye
The Th e volume of trading in wheat was waslarger wasrger
larger la rger than Con some fltsxi fliep32t paat with the theDecember theicember
P December 3 icember option leading in the demand demandOpening
Opening Op ° ening prices were waak in sympathy
w with vI th the k lower w pTfca In com December Decemberbeing
being be ° ing off 3J34e Uficto to wi c at 76tt i 34e
J an d during the flIst boar of the session
there t th ere was little otMugem aItug tn values Local i
dealers a de alers sold freely treei early gIy4 i the day and
there th ere was some seiHsg hy commission
houses ho uses but the tt hiEqy afey fnd nd strength in illali
cash ca ali wheat soon bscaaaeevideit bICa3e eyldet and this thishelped
helped be lped the future deliveries Elevator 1
interests Jn 1n tFts were good oarers of December
later la i ter in the day a aM trl with only light of
ferings fe rings the market hecanfc stronger As Ashe
the t he session advanced prices continued to toascend tocend
ascend as cend December ftaUfog 1bg up to J8c the theclose theose
close cl ose being at t 78 978c a gain of 34c 34cThe c cThe
The early corn Mftuket showed signs of ofsevere
S severe se vere denKftTtttxatoh deni8flhita1 fafc for a time timethere timeere
there th ere appeared to be Itb no bottom to prices pricesLower pricesower
Lower L ower cables together with bearish bearishop j jopening i
cr op reportL4 WOSI esponMble for the thepenIng
opening o weakness Later a firmer toi toideveloped tone
developed de on oiibayIna l Fia by prominent com j
mission m lson nooses whtrtt btought out con considerable
siderable al derable covering by b shorts h rts and nd much muchof
of f the early loss OB W55 regained Decem
ber b et closed at 45i4J4M4c loss IOS of only 0111
f for the day dayOats
Oats followed corn December closed closedsteady closedeady
steady st eady 1k c lower at 38 38Provisions
Provisions held up comparatively well wellin
in view of the weikness in corn and a adecline aecline
decline d of 1 1k < V in theprice the price of hogs The Theriose Theose
riose cl ose was steady with January oork up utac
2 2l ac < lard down 7c a4 rfbs rib off W5c W5cThe
The leading fu tunesranged as follows
WheatNo 2i 2iCorn 2tI
I Open I HI cioae cioaeI
ri I
Corn CornNo No S SOct 2I 2ct
I
Oct O ct 44 44Dec
Dec fl ctee ee I44WM5 I44WM5May I4M 44 43404334
May M ay 144 44 < W4 W4Oct i44 t4414 I444
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Oct O ct 135 135Dec 35 I8
Dec D ee 136 136May 95381J 18 18ay
May M ay 43197 ja8 ja8Oct l114 W WOpen
Open I lig Iow I Close
Oct O ct ctan 11 S SJan
Jan J an J850 J850May ttb r247 J 414 414ay
May M ay 125 125Lrrd 1250 1 19w1W11218 1 1LrdPer50Slbat
Lrrd LrdPer50Slbat LrdPer50Slbatct Per Ml lhsj lhsjOct
S
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Oct O ct I 7 7Jan 758 70 75Th70 75Th70an
Jan J an i iDec 513 4 t15 s95 s95ec
Dec D ec I 81834 M 1 184 010 518 518I
I Op iit 4Agk gh I tow I CIe CIect
Oct O ct I 926 I j 950 950wi
Jan 69 69Cask
Cask quotadona wer wi a as follows followsWheatol followsFlourSt4y
FlourSt4y
Wheatol L TjfrSft Wo 2 red 78 8 8CornNo
78 78Corn
Corn CornNo No 2 45 4514 5to X yellow 47 47954714 47 4
Oata OatsNo No 2 391 35 No 3 white M 309538 309538RyeNo SS
Rye RyeNo No 53 53Barley 52BarIeyF8r
Barley BarIeyF8r FW te chOke matting 4S4T51
Flax SeedNo 1 X Ktt Xo 1 northwest northwestern ¬
ern e m LOS LOOMess LOSMess
Mess PorkPer Pork Per Barrel srreL HJS 1125951150 1125951150LardPer n nLurdPerlM
LurdPerlM LardPer wmtHe gjNCtVBU gjNCtVBUShort
Short Ribc RIbSSideS SMe tense Ie L7825 L7825Shouldersliry 3 79S
Shoulders Shouldersliry r > ry allIed < b tzed xedT 1C t tShuiE
S76 S76Sids Sids Short clear boxed 8756909 87395900WbiskyBals
Whi WbiskyBals ky B te of blei ble i Tfineo 123
Clover CloverC0atrade Cotttract graoe 1075 1075Flour 10ThS
S IReCIShIP IReCIShIPFlour
Flour barrete i 9600 29100
Wheat buidiele 484 0239300
Corn busheto buhe < 323100i373900 8iOOtZ50
Oats bushels bushelsRye 1 1 8002 S7 S7Rye
Rye bushels 10500 500 2JW Z
Barley Barle bushejbi buahl C 182400 910 910IiIVEStEOpK 910LIVBSTO1
IiIVEStEOpK LIVBSTO1 MARKETS MARKETSChicaao MARKETSChicano
Chicano Oct 1 1CgttkReceIpta Cattle Receipts 12
9M Including 2JW westerns Market dc dcmoraliyed Jenoralted
r moraliyed noralted few b bosS t steady Good to tochoice
choice c steers 6S4MOO ooor to medium
3 06480 stocKers and feeders 225 254I3 254I3ows 415 415cows
cows e ows 14004W hfer 2006475 canners canners140B2JO
140B2JO 1 l05O bull 2 B4B 80 > calves S50 35O7N 7W
Texas red steers ste na 29C375 2 7 western steers
3 3WW450 3WW450HOES I845O 4 4HoesReeelnts
HOES HoesReeelnts Receipts toy 16000 tomorrow
1 0000 light and audbuteliers butchers steady others otheriiwer
lower i iiwer Mixed and butchers 5WA635 5WA635eood 36tm630O4
eood 0O4 to choice he heavy v r 51095615 > 7Afe l rouph roan
heavy 5IS 53582560 5 < W Hcbt 57Q64S bulk ot otsal c csales
sal sales 5efeiSheen 5efei SatzSSheenReceiDta
Sheen SheenReceiDta Receipts U400 Market sheep
o t tead ad < to JOe Jpw Jpwr f loathe steady to toKtronc t tstronO
Ktronc Good tn cfioic wethers 3 1
415 4 loi f fair ir to choice mixed nilx Ja632S west western ¬
ern em sheep shce 2a 23595LOG d4 < 0c native lambs 350
5 575 711 western lamb 4 44O55G 44O55GKansas tf5 tf5Kansas
Kansas Citvi ity Oct OeLi4kttleRece1pti 1 Cattle Receipts
9000 including 1509 Texans Market MarketBte Markelsteady
steady Bte dv to shade lower Native steers steers42D530 steen308thUJ
42D530 308thUJ Terse and Indian Indian steers 125 1
390 Texas cows 10081225 L < W225 native cows cowsand cowand
and heifers U5 121040O 4 to OOk0B K r8 and fe feei feeiera d dvrs
era 22Se4oSj 239540I1 bulM mifo 11275 ltieJTS calves 300 300S 3OOiwestern
S 0 western steers steg s X009475 cow 125 0 0rineoetst
21 21HOKS HOKS rineoetst Reoatot S sa Market steady stnad
67 87541595 595 heavy 30I95 O lfcl packer 550t
596 medium 8fM 81018508 e light 55068 55O95 55O95yorkers
yorkers 8fl095t5 00f 6 pig pigs 5aGMfSheeo 5aGMf 38995800SheenReasIuta >
SheenReasIuta Sheeo ReOetwts tO toos L Jiarket S rket steady steadyMuttons
Muttons 2 200954410 OH400 lambs 290fr550 range rangewethers rang rangwera
wethers 220 22088375 75 ew wos ZX4M ZX4MSouth 23895S38South
South Omaha Oct 1 1CettIcRoeeipt Cfittle Receipts a
SOC 5E Market slow Native steers 400 4OIfl
Sw cows and heiters 3 i1M04te < W4cv western westernstew
stew st eers JSM Texas steers 1MM9SW 1MM9SWcamera
camera C Ut4tr54525 Mh j mn snekees k wf and feeders feedersJ
J i fti u ili 4 11 caivs tv flwiW Inlls stags stagscu1
c eta I 10i4d
Woes Uoiwtteuntta KefX > Ut r3 3 Market 5 410c P1 < K
1 iu lower r U HeVv vv iiO S3018SC1imixed 3W i1xed 4 404no 0 co a
light lig ligsa ht 5 Sletsetu > w > PIKS i ta310 0i > bulk or orales
sa > ales les5 S0Ste S0SteShe1tcviota MBfitM MBfitM3be
3be She1tcviota o R celot8 8000 O0 Fed Mat muttona tons
2 24S40345 84 3is45 ewe ewea 2764335 common and andatocKers
Mt atocKers 22535 larno t Hy5tV < Hy5tVDenver
Denver Colt Oct Uct1tattleRecipte 1 Vattl Rcccipt RccciptHV <
HV 4 Market steady Beef steers 3iK 3tatt t to7o
o7o 73 cows LOOfiXttt stocke sto kers i and leedern leedernc teederit00tA63
c 06C63 butts lSoferr lSoferrHOKS
HOKS HoesReeelita Receipts 1201 Market lower lowerLigbt
Ligbt 1i 1ihe eht packers aU5te6CO 7adkrS mixed and andheavy andavy
heavy he avy SSOibdfa SSOibdfagheeo S
gheeo SheeoReeetFt ReceintF 1fl lOWI l Market M nix nixMetal
Metal Market
New York Oc e l 1Tin Tin wa was lower r rLondon
London 1o ndon declining 17s Sd d to 114 r a for forspot ftrot
spot sp ot and LIII 114 17s fii6d d for futures Locally Locallythe Locallye
the th e market was dull but steady dy closing closingat closing2ltT2t12z
at 280 2ltT2t12z ittZ i iat
iii London closing I Ijut
at jut Tlto lOs for s tnt ind f fi > ija te Id d f tot or tV tVtures 10res
tures lu res Locally Loail copper lier was < intet T n t 3k 3knd ako akoand
and a nd electrolytic 1tnKnl32 > and CUUSS13OU4J11234 castlBK castlBKat
at 13OOfil312S Kxuorts of copper WW 1hZptember
September Se were J1S3 tons making thE tfeetotal thEI
total to tal for nine months 94719 tons agataiit I
130450 130 430 tons last year yearLead
Lead was unchanged here at 450 4 and I
11 in London LondonSpelter
Spelter dosed jit t 600 was unchaand unchaandin unch 1
in New Tork as it was also in LCHHIOO LCHHIOOat I I
at 20 15s 15sIron
Iron closed at 4fe M d in Glasgow and at at43s atI S
4 43s 43 8 M in Middiestnro Locally iron ta taquoted IiI I
quoted q uoted No 1 foundry northern J700 J700No 17UOS I
No N o 2 foundry northern No 1 founftry founftrysouthern couneryI S
southern so uthern and No N 1 foundry southern southernsoft I
soft so ft MW MWMonay
Money Silver and finance financeNew
New York Oct 1 1C105e Close Money i icall II
c call ca ll steady lowest 2 234 3 per cent hlg hlgest
est ea t S per cent ruling rate 3 per cent centlast
last la st loan 3 per cent closing hid 8H 5 Pet er ercent
cent ce nt offered at 3 per cent Time atoney atoneycent mOon
s sl ightly easier for sixty days 534pP
c cent ce nt for ninety days 534 V per cent six sixmonths alli t
v months m onths 6 per cent Prime mercantile mercantilepaper i
j paper p 195834 6fe V per cent centSterling
Sterling exchange steady at the d r
c cline cl ime with nctial buslnes in bankerf baakea
b hills b ills at 485S5 485E4147 i4C70 for demand and at at48ttOt l lI
4 48ttOt 611095402 482 for sixtyday bills Pastel Poaterirales PastelI I
r rales ra tes 482fetX nd 4SW 4863495487 4863495487Commercial 4S7 4S7Commercial I
Commercial bin bille 4S1 4S3954S2 82 82Bar
Bar silver 9c 59tMexican 9cMexican S
Mexican dollars 46c 46cGovernment
Government bonds weak railroad bonds bopdirm I
> firm fi rm
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew
New York t tlet > ct 1 CoffeeSpot Ri Rifirm Rio Riorm
firm fi rm No 7 invoice 5fe mild steady steadyordova
j Cordova C 7111 Coffee futures closed closedsteady closesteady
steady s at unchanged prices to an ad advance ¬
vance v of 10 points Total sales 57IW 5788 5788ags I
fc bags b ags including October at 47 471k Novem November Xoemer ¬
J ber h er 4754485 December 500W05 Janu January ¬
ary a rt 510JKSO March 5JO May 54fifiSM 54fifiSMSugar 4595L01SugarFirm L
Sugar SugarFirm Firm fair refining 3 894 centrif centrifugal centrtfgal ¬
ugal u gal K test 3 932 molasses sugar 3 I 3 3s
552 5 s refined dull dullButter iluliButter
Butter and jBggs jBggsNew ggs ggsNew
New York Oct 1 1ButterReceiptt Butter Receipts I
7 7700 708 packages Barely steady
7e Egys ElggiRecelpts Receipts 7500 packages West Weatern Westln
ern e ln 171S 171SChicago 179516Chicago
Chicago Oct l 1On On the produce ex exchange e ¬
change c ce today th the > butter market w wa waasy s seasy
easy e asy Creams llfill1 llfill1Cheese 11i11CheeseFirm
Cheese CheeseFirm Firm 1819 1819Treasury 169519Treasury
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementWashington
Washington Oct 1 1Todays Todays treasuty treasutystatement treaauttateent
statement s shows Available cash cashajice hal halnce
ajice a nce SZ39417I84 gold 1I50714Ii8 1I50714Ii8PaoI llft 714058 714058Pacific
Pacific PaoI c Coast Grain GrainSan
San Francisco Oct L LWbeattead LWbeatteadcr Wfeeat Stead I ¬
I ier cr December 138H 118 118BarleySteadIer
BarleySteadier December l 108 9 9Stock
Stock brokers and mining men when whenyou whetou
you y ou go to Park City order your teams teamsand
ya and a nd saddle horses from Ferguson FergusouWalden ft ftWalden I
Walden Telephone 45 No chary charyj cbsrgeThe
The gas goe further
j the themanttes mantles last n
lastlonger longer 4 4Jjj t
Jjj with the genuine Wels W ls jj 0 a abach
5 bach light S
2 AH ALIl Dealers DealersTHE M z
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THE THESUPPLY THEI
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35 to 37 E First Sooth SoothWilfley 8oslthWUfley
Wilfley Concentrating ConcentratingTables
Tables TablesDurkee TablesDurkee
Durkee Electric Drills DrillsRevere DrillsRevereflubberC
Revere RevereflubberC Rubber Co s Belt sBeltmg BeltIng
Ing Packing and Hose Hoseftacaisery
ftacaisery and Mining Supf Supplies Bes tf tfWARREN ofAll
All Kinds KindsWARflEN
WARREN C BOGUE BOGUELocal BO6IJELocal
Local Manager
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MANUFACTIT3REBS MANUFACTIT3REBSENGINES MANUPACTURERSnr1
nr1 ii ENGINES ENGINESHOISTS ENGINESt
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UMULIIL HOISTS HOISTSPUMPING HOISTSPI
PI PUMPING PLANTS PLANTSThirtyeight PLANTSThirtyeight
Thirtyeight gasoline Hoisting Plants of oar make installed i li
Utah Idaho And Nevada the past year yearRailroad yearRailroad
Railroad and Contractors Supplies SuppliesFairbanks SuppliesA
A Fairbanks Standard Scales ScalesA
A full line of a ore cars buckets sheave wire rope fans blow blewem ¬
em ers and everything pertaining to mining equipment constantly ante
rfd in stock
stockGRATOH
GRATOH KNIGHT LBATHB5R BELTING
CARTON STITCHED BBLTIMG BBLTIMGPATKBAWKS
PATKBAWKS IBBANKS ASBXBTOS DISC VAiVBS
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We arealso are ahin ants for Sturtevant Rolls ofls and Cztssiian OrusrsWrite
Write Sj Circulars and Prices Prices218S201S Prices2l822OtS
218S201S Wesft WedtTempla Sonplji St C P MASON Manager
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I Notice of Special Meeting of Salt
Lake Lodge No 85 Benevolent
Protective Order of Elks ElksXfTICK Elksrt5iE
XfTICK rt5iE is h hr r t Kivcn TVcn that there will wit wita
b a special m i nc of th membeis o
the t he orporati rpurat IIifltiy known I
n as s Salt 1akn 1aknodg ke
loop l No Jto o ci Hie I Benevolent and Pro Proectivo
te t ectivo tiv Order of I ika held in ii the lodge lodjyoom
room r oom Of the Kk
> club buiiaing hiilhk at o9 9 9oath
oath State i tr t i in gall t tta ike e City Cityi
tab at LS 8 oc o < < vlk ii P m of Wednesday Vdneidayct
i Oct O ct MB tor th tI > purpose of consenting
to t o and authorI2iu the prorrr officials of ofsaid ofaki
said s aki orporation t i i isa sj j itn I oi bonds of tn tndenomtnation liii liiienotatnatlon
denomtnation d of ci 50 lu > twenty years yearsafter yearstter
after a tter date and interest bung h Ing at the thorat theate
rat r ate Of f per cent per airnm in two twoeriftf twoerieif
s eriftf to be known and iisi tsigiate nated A Aand And
a nd B respectively for tIe purpose o ounding
f unding ft prceeflt toes indebtedness indebtednessnd
and a nd to secure the payment of aid issue o oboniia ot otnu
boniia b nu by execuun execuung and delivering t ttrust ttruste
5 trust truste > for said saidbondholders saidondholdera
b bondholders a mortgage upon the ollow ollowIng how howng
Ing I Il ng described property towit Purt of oflot ofot
lot l ot 4 block 74 plat A Salt Luke City sur suriv ur urvcy
vcy v iv bounded us follows Commencing tnmencIhig at ata atpoint
a point 125 feet aorta of the thesouthwest thesouthwestorner southwest southwestcorner
corner c of said aiu lot No 4 thence east 11 11feet Iieet
feet f eet thence north fifty feet thence west
112 1 12 feet end thence south fiftj fift feet tothe totheplace to the thelace
place p lace o beginning situated in Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakeounty
county c Ttah and also to pledge in said saidmortgage saIdmortgage
mortgage the finking fund of the said saidcorporation saidorporation
corporation c provided tor in the bylaws bylawsJ
J C LEARY LEARYExalted LE4RYExalted
Exalted Kuler
A W RATBOULD
RATBOULDSecretary
Secretary Secretaryenq SecretaryDeIinquet
DeIinquet enq aeKt Notice NoticeLITPLE oice oicelITTIE
lITTIE CHlKlf MINING at M1LUIM M1LUIMtomcanv MILIJW >
tomcanv Principal place of busifeiii busi busiSait
Sajt Lake City Utah There are dU dUquent l lquent
quent upon the following described dod dodon tokon
on account of assessment No 17 of ofcent oo oocent
cent oer ea share levied on the 17tlt 4ft 4ftof daof
of Auiruct 1S03 payable on or Mfane MfaneSept M f0r9 f0r9Sept
Sept 18 IMS the several amounts set setopisosite et etoopoaite
oopoaite the natses num of th the r respective respectiveshareholders p ctivv ctivvshareholdera
shareholders as follows followsrt
> rt No AmL AmLNo 4188No
No Name Shares Due
27 Aanuel H Nelson 5w I S 1000 A
14 149 Samuel H Nelson iy iyae 1210 11 25
ae Samuel H Xetaon Nelsen10011 1 1
441 A C Wai Wai4M 90 5
4M l adore Ledermaa LedermaaO4 3 8
O4 4 R E Waterman WatermanC MO S Sb
b C Albert MrCIelland l 150 SW SW7OT 10
7OT W JH 1 Tibbato Tibbato7C7 8 1
7C7 Thomas Treffoninc 31 3
7 718 < i8 A 5 J 1 Underwood 61 4
771 7j Arthur Lidar 110 i i3
772 Arthur Uday 8
775 T Barnett LaotHey 188
77 Barnett LAactey M 018 f >
783 Barnett A LMffley i5 <
7W Barnett ft LMKley SU < 3 108 tt ttW8
W8 James McA LC Lvy vy O tin tin7S6 I J Jisa
7S6 M M Miller 18I1 l W Mt 1S 08
S 46 i J A Pier PIere 1008 W Mt MtAnd 8 8And
And in accordance with taw and a d order orderof ordernf
of the board of directors made on tlw tlw17th 48017th
17th day of Apffuct IMS so many ma ibexes ahareaI
of each parcel of stock as may be naei naeisexy
I sexy will be sold at th the office of the doss 4onpany dosspany
I pany NOB No 471481 South outh Tenth East street streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City Utah on th the 9th day of
October IS 1900 at 12 oclock noon to pay
the delinauent assessment t togethe > getber wIth wtththe wIththe
the cost of advertising and exponse of ofsale ofsale
sale P E MlqNKBT MlqNKBTSccretaFy M KINNEY KINNEYSecre48
SccretaFy Secre48 S
Non 471481 South Tenth East street
Salt Lake City
Dated tbi thLa 22nd day of 0epte 8eptebsr k r
A AD1908 D 1SOS 1SOSWABASH
4 4DELEQUXNT
DELEQUXNT NOTXcIE NOTXcIEWABASH
WABASH MINING COMPANY LOCA
tion of priacbial place of btkataea btkataeaLake tnIsIn tnIsInLake
Lake City Utah Notice NoticeTberp There ar are
linauent on the be following described stock stockon Meekon
on account of assessment No 4 4 levIed Sto n
the 4th day of f August 1903 the servrst servrstamount seresalsmountp
amount smountp set opposite the name eli fi the therespective theresoectlve
respective shareholders as follows
No No
Cert Name Shares Jdsft
40 C R Chamberlain Cbaberla1ni5JEHarria GsA
65 i5JEHarria J a Harris in 3808
C lliuIiaCKIrsei Sulia C Kirsel L 1III t 808
141 P B Shelley ShelleyUI II Av
18 Charles E Stanton 108
184 Charles ChsriesEStanton Stanton an BSO
145CA5Damon S45 O A Damon 318 > W M 18j 18JoJohtston
423 R Stanon IN j f CO
45 Jos JoJohtston Johnston SB 388 SW
fiSt Joe Johnston L 1 i 0808
74X Mrs 5M M ConneJl Con US USI 38
7S5JSiirris ill 508
I KS Abbte Abbtesddefl TaddeU TaddeU9S7 ill I 8
9S7 987JSFerris J S Ferris Ferrisi 8
i 9M 5843SF5VI J S Ferrta Ferrta9R7 1 508
9R7 s7JSFerrIs J 3 Ferris 10 54
115 1100 N A PSJW 08
11 N NAPsRe JL Tmxe Tmxells
lls 110 N A Pane
1 1124 4 los A Pollock 1 Co m 1808
13 iss Mrs K M Connell IV MO
2ft S C odbur > mi
4366 TIm Currigan I
1379 N KnsensperKer J 4118 0808
13 1598 N XasensperKer naeperger 4 1018 5808
143 i4tSNAPice N A P < e MS 08
1441 R A Wa4dlll Wa4dlll14M 1 1008
14M M J 2 Kennedy i 84
14 146 Fred W GHl GIhlett tt A 5
1517 Nellie F Keogh 15
ISIS F P Walklnwhaw S 8
1530 J K L Hamilton 609 1008
1531 J 1 Hamilton S 508 S 1008 0 01fiS3
1fiS3 Chas B Stantoa j 00
154 Hatfield Son Co Co1S 1o 84
1S 1518 S Hatfield Sons Son Co H 38 08 9 9law
law HatfSHd Sons ons Co BitIMC Bit 1008 1008isa
IMC isa H w it Turchter 79 S 34
15W J S Ferris It Itla 95lss4NAFaee
la lss4NAFaee 4 N A Pace B 5
1 1007 < W7 W H HSheetz Sheets M 384
1 1909 W H HSheetz Sheetz JS 1 1C3 1
1623 C3 W H Sheets 3M H S
1 1142 42 E M West Gs MI 384 tt
1B50 M S Pendergast II 304 1 11 7 70 c
1661 M S Pendergast 23J 11 3 3And 30 30And
And in accordance with law < < < 1 til the theof ordei ordeiof
of the board of directors nvtde it di on thi thi4th 4k4th
4th day Of August 1903 so m ny shares ot oteach t teach
each narcel of such stock s a may N Nnecessarv hinecessary
necessary will be sold at a i tli i offi ffo < > rf rfthe t tthe
the company room 90S 18 Aurrtnu Aucri h a building hitiljin hitiljinSouth
South Mate street Salt Iako iiik ity its TTtah TTtahon tta ttaan
on theSth the 5th day of Cktoher uns ill at too tnchour
hour of 10 oclock a m t i < > iv y the de dolinnuent
Hnouent assessment thereon there i together togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertisinc ai expenses expensesof
of sale W MONT FERRY FERRYSeoretay FERRYefrety
Seoretay efrety
Office room No 956 KV > Au Auerbah < rba < h building
Salt Lake City Utah UtahThe Utahflte
The delinquent delinqueetsch Kale above mentioned
has been adjourned to and will be hel helat held heldat <
at the same place above de deotrlbed < ribed on
Monday Oct 12 1903 at 10 oViocfc a m
By orde of th hoar1 of liroctors
W MONT FERRY Secretary
Dated Sept 26 1908 1908Notice 19 19Srothe
Notice of Special City Tax TaxTO TatmTO
TO WHOM IT MAY O C4CERN C4CERNNotice > MCERN
Notice is hereby given that social tax taxfor
for the purpose ot construct eonstrutiic int a sew sewer sewerOtt t ton
on Quince street between s ond ant aivtThird antThird
Third North streets hi sever I itrlct triet NO N
1 has been levied ami ii tvniirmed i ii Iirmel hy hyordinance by byordinance
ordinance of the city council ilated Sept
21 1903 1903Said 1503Said
Said tax is levied upon th following followingreal
real property in Salt Lake tjtv liv towit towitThe
The north 140 feet of lot 2 ami all 11 of lots
3 4 and 5 bio blok lc IIS plat A all of lOJa
3 4 6 and 7 M htck > ck 14 and al all < > r lots 3 anJ
4 block 16 plat K 11 Salt Iak City fty sur survey surCy ¬
vey Cy to a depth of twentypy ffeet bark
from said street is due and pabt his now nowand nowand
and will become delinquent on ti Nov 21
1983 I
1983All
All special taxes are payahin at my
office room 102 cIty hall Salt Iike City
R P MoftRIS
City Treasurer and a id Special Ta Collector
Salt Lake City Sept 29 190 pi
Sewer Extension No 121 121Hotice 4 4NoUce
S
Hotice of Assessment
MAY DAY MINING MILLING
company Principal place of business
Salt Lake City rtah Notice i hereby herebygiven
given that at a > st tel meeting the di directors directors ¬
rectors held > tat 12th day da < > < 3 Oeptezn < ptein
Scr 1903 an assessment of nts per r rshare
share leing assessment No 1 wn levied leviedupon leviedgoon
upon the capital stock of U > > irpora
tion payable on or before the 1 I I day of
October 1983 to C H AVooks etary
atUM office of the compais r T ms 419 419and 419and
and 4JO 42 D F Walker block i Lake
City CIt Utah Any stok upon v I > j this thisassessment thisassesament
assessment may remain in 1 n n th the
i3th day of October i l3 3 w dellii delhtausat
fluent and advertiFCI nd e fir sa at publi publiauction publiaauction
auction and usiicts uit rnynt iTe i i o is made be before before ¬
fore will be sold on Monday Nov 2 2at 19ttt 19tttat
at l 2eelock oclock p m to pay the dlimu delinlueni delinluenipsesament > nl
assessment together with the cost of ad advertising advertsittg ¬
vertising and vale valeC saleC
C K WEEKS Secretary 0 0First
First publication Sept 13 UXK
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