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jHV Cullings From Our Exchanges BB , STOCKTON LOCALS. HH j The llonerlne mill In rllly nenrlng Bm completion Htf Minn Anna Mclntnnh linn been eiulle BJBHHI Mr. 11. V. Ilrnlen 1fIIk1 relative In f the ciipltal clt) thin week. B Mian Stella Ferr) of Ilellevue. Ida. Is H -v letting her sinter. Mr. C. J. Stlllmnn. El Jamn lllckmiin, who hni been ver) nj 111 with pneumonia. Ik rapidly ron- V vnlioclng. Bjf The fnll nt Know during the luxt storm PII -nan miuli deeper In the Tooele vnlle) Hkl thnn here Ktl Mix 1nn Nelson of Tooele visits our Mtt town nnte a week now In glv Instrue- Buj tlons In murlr HH Mm. W II Hetinefer, who has been H -laltlnft relative here, ha returned tu Dj her home In Salt Lake City. Hu Minn Men da Dalton. daughter of Ed BBBHW Dalton. I confined nt St. Mark I hospital with a fevere rase n( appen- BJ The Stockton Hold Mining nnd Milling H company has thlrtj men emplo)ed ex- H trading ore The pronpects nf thin H company are very ptomlslng. H I There In tome talk of work being re- aafaeBafa! S suited on the C clone In the near fu- B m ture. The llonerlne druln tunnel has WJTV"" passed thiough thH property H' I V. W. Mulenhruth. uir1ntendnt of I the Jumbo Mining company, nce-oin- UtfW I imnled by Herman W. Home, civil en- KJX Blner. eaine out from Halt Lake City Htf Tuesday B A, F Chrlstenaeit. representing the Vfl 1a)n-Ilmnney Piano Cnmimny, enn- vased our town thl week and placed V piano In the home of Dr. I'. M. Dm Ik mr Jam H When lat we went to print we H thought nnd hoped King l'losl had re- M laxed hi Icy gntsp. hut It seem he did B so only to git n hetter hoM, as It hnn V' been no i-old n ever lately. H The many trle-nd of -Mle Dollle J Scrlbner will be pleusetl to learn of her J recover) after un npiiendlrltl opera- BBW tlon performed dome time ago She re- mk turned tn her home from the hospital H Inst Tuesday B, A tlelgh-loael or member or Slock- ton lodge No 10. I. O. O V . Wilted d '-j Ophlr lodge lat Tuesday night, nnd al- hwT. though 'twas very cold nnd the KlelRh- B liiK wne. not nn koo.1 a exerted. an en- H Jo)Hlil(. exnlnK pnwed H IIAVi: YOU INDKIDHTION' 3V.V.V.VM If nu have IndlKeillon. Koilol Uyvpep- H ln Cure will cure nu. It hna curetl H thoueanda. It In curing people every KVBVBV day every hour. You one It to your- H tielf to Klve It n trial. You will cnntln- 1 ue to nutTer until ou do try It. Thee Fi' In no other combination of dlReitunle M I that dlKeet and rebuild nt the name B. 1 time KimIoI iloei both. Koilol curen, V jj Ktiengthenn nnd rebuild. Hold by B E Mercur Meat A Oro. Co., Stockton, tVaBV fl Utah. IBBSBm 8 Mercur Drux Co., Mercur, Utah. IVfVfVAl M. K. Ilrown. Stockton, Utah. H Dr. L. G. Thayer, J H 71 rHvmoiN AND pi -f 8UHQION.... H I Main Street. Mercur. B I DR. F. M. DAVIS, . ' I 1 PHYSICIAN AND ,1 ! " aUMQION H :: Stockton, - - ; Utah. :: TJ - HI I etv?2.)'".iltli. t H XrSf' lets. ui4 a. HH i Dr. Samuel II. Allen. V' T '" oirr. uth. HB y OfflrellouraSto t p m. r V I Olllce, 309-311 Dc.tret Newt Bldg. t B I W,H-H-t-r-M- KJ J. E. TfllT- ' K ...DENTIST... r ! Alt eperatlODt In Deotlilry Selettta. X iiiH . . cally 1'erforued X j. ) Dliinilly Down the ttreil f rem Pi, tonic. T H -H"H-'H"H-H"M""H-"H HH-t-K B; I I RICHARD GUNDRY, H' I X NOTAPIV H All Duiu of Lei at Oiulaeaa HH I BHEaiDASATE. BTOOrtOS. ;; B -H--M-r-l HWfwwtw B $ L. ILQRAY, L-'' I jai StKOriwClty. :: K I W. 11. PECKIIAM, Hft , BOOT AND SHOI PPpBj? MkKlltaoluai K . : : i;'okpij' m. m mi H - H rom in H :: SADQLE HORBEO OR V. .f ;: LIVERY RIQS -- ;; H : : n. iim I Sen's Llrcrg ttaDle. ' E . .- ........i............ . a ttttttttttttttti i i ihttii ? PPpBI I wiiaaaia-ii . n twin. mmmtmtaBO H I 2 Nothing hits ever equalled k.t W Nothing can ever mirpais it H ' Dr. King's B New Oisoovery i Vnr iynvlrio)t rri,. ft VUMH WtAII.W y !A T"rfect For All Throat and B C-'-e t Lung Trouble!. - .... . k If It f .III. Trial Osttlei free. I B M'' HBB taM LEHI LOCALS. Hruin I.. linker left on Hatunla) to fill a two yenrn' tnlnnlon to New Zen Inn. I Minn Jennie llromley of the tnunch Co-op hnn been temporal lly nucieedcd by Minn Miuid Webb The n hm)l truntecn have terently pur thnnetl ii piano which In now luntalled In the Central building. Illlnn Jonen hnn returnl n lontnut to erect the new imwer-houne nt the mouth of American Fork riinun for the ITtnli County I.litht nnd I'ower company The fnrmein In tfnnpete nnd Hevler fotiutlen nre belnic vlnlleil nt prenent by Held Superintendent Parley Auntln. who In lontrmtliiK wllh them foi ntiKnr heeln IIRI.1KP IN ONK MINUTK One Minute CoilRh Cure ulven relief In one minute, becaune It kllln the mUinbe which tickles the inui'nua membrane, cnuHlmr the couKh. nnd nt the name time rlenra tho phlegm, draw out the Inflammation nnd henln nnd nnnthes the urfected partm. One Minute CouKh Cure ntrenKthenn the lunun, wnrdn off pneu monia nnd In a harmlenn nnd never fiilllnit cure In all curnble canen of CouRhn. Coldn and Croup. One Minute Cough Cure la plennanl to tnke. harm lenn und Rood nllke for young nnd old Sold by Mercur Meat and dm. Co. nnd M 1" llrnwn, Stockton. Mercur Drug Co., Mercur. I'tah AMEIIICAN FORK LOCALS. Mr Hank Hlbllene, from the Dutcli nmn mine, wan In town n few dnyn Innt we'k. The American Fork toy nrrentid for Incorrigibility wnn on Hnturday releaned In the Dlntrlct unirt nt 1'iowi A room in to be nttwt up In the Har rington rchool for the purimee of plnc HilC on exhibition the work of the pupil In the varloun grnden It In expected that a Hchool entertain ment will be arranged ror noine time next month, the proceed to be devoled In the Interentn of the achool llhrnr) The Utah lake dredge, which wan. built three jenrn ngo nnd owned h Nephl Klnmore, hna Iwen nold for tino tn 11. II Gardner and J. V DuriwUe of Sand) One of the bna at h recent parly In AHdlo hull had the mlnfortune to have hln partner ntoleu fiorn him. She wnn ml)- b ituart bottle of ort. however, and not n ztrl. tlMirge Summervllle. uierlntendent or the I'hcIIIc (lobt Mining & Milling coini-any, -nme down rrotn the ciinon hint Wednenihiy There In but Utile nnow In the ennjon now, he nny. "Two Married Women." thj ihow billed to npiienr In the opera-houne hint Saturday evening, gave the town the go by, claiming tn he tied up at Hot.lnfon A rew debta contracted by the ndvnnce ngent nre nlno thought to have gone glimmering Mr. J II. Wootton reaumed hln ilutlen an muunger nf the I'tah County Light nnd Power company hint week, nfter an extended nbnence from that pO"t a enijiprehennlve review of the compnny'n plant nnd Itn optrntlonn will nppenr next week In thene columns. The election of ollloern of the Amer ican Fork poi-t of Indian War Veternnn ror the ennulng two yenrn rcaulted aa follow n. It. n. King, fnptpln: Henry MiUnr. flrat lieutenant: II. Y drcen ood, ndjutnnt; Jowph Shelley. conunl- nary: Alexnnder Adamnon, chaplain. A MOTIIKII'8 ItnCOMMnNDATION. I have lined Chnmberlaln'a Cough Ilemedy for n number of yenra nnd have nn henltnncy In nnlng that It la tile bent remedy for coughn. coldn and croup 1 have ever uned In my family I have not wnrdn to exprenn my mnil dence In thlK remedy Mrn J. A. Moore, North Star. Mich. For nale by Mercur Drug Co, M. 1. Brown, huKkton, Utah. PLEA3ANT ORAVE LOCALS. William Kirk and wife have reiently. returned from fntlfornla. whither lhe went on plenntir bent. It In lepnrtod that lanihn In Cedar und Itunh valleTi are nunVrlng from "Hire ii'outh," and theep are being tninvil out of Itunh valley farther went, where cotv dltlunn are more fivvoinlile. Iteirtn rrom the denert nre irnte than unually natlnfactory. The Dltkernnii rotary engine, whlih In being innatrurted In thin city, will be leudy for the llnnl tent. II In mid III n nhort time. The Invvntorn of thin engine believe that they will make n Having of fuel tn h tonnldernble ex tent, and If the Dual tent prove thin to be n fact, the nucrena of the Inven tion. Ill Itn extensive manufacture. In predicted an nure The engine, whlth Is duly patented In owned by Arthur Olikernnu the Inventor. II I), lluley. N M Ambrose und K J Wild nf Amer ban Fork The annual ball pnd wupper of the Maccabees, tent No 15. wan held last Tucadav In the Appullo hall nf thin illy. It being a function Inntltulid for the IvemlU nf the order, the proceed" going tn the general fund. There were 1J5 coil plea present, bealdea fifty extra hidlen, and toward 11 o'clock fully 300 mt down tn nupper, enndwlches, tea, coffee, cocoa und other light refreshmenta being served under the direction nf MrK Carl Dickered!. Hay Clardnn und athcrn aa slrted at the tablet The floor manage ment waa In the hands of Mr T. I.. Steele who acquitted himself with ex cellent tact and Judgment, no that the large awemblage wnn more thnn usual ly deftly handled The American Fork tent ha a membership of seventy, nnd imjs Insurance of KOO up to liono at ileath John Wagstaff Is cotnnmnder, F W Wright, lieutenant-commander. J J Meicer, sergeant, and F. W. Donne record-keepei LAND IlECLAMATION. The paternal effoita nf the (lovtm mi nt to provide for the recUimatlon of mllllona of aire In the arid nnd semi arid leglona of the Went will result In more beiiellcrnt reward than nny men mire It hn hmur or mind ' for the .iilvancement of (he people. Theee ef foitn luftnid the utabllshment nf homes, wheie solitude i.nw relgm. the idiitli'iMiim and rapid Incraarr In the v..lur of Und, the emancipation rrom poveity tlleense nnd crime, an well ar eaiape rrom prematurv death, of thnu sundH who nuw lnft the alumn nnd iveruuwded tenement districts of our areut cities. If colonisation nc hemes shull be Inuumrattd by the Oovem ment tr reatmnsible companies, and Ihiae unfortunates be Induced to shake off tuelr chains. Htnllslli lun tell us that In thin broad land we nu) And 10.000.ii0g human btlniea without ellhi r eimugh to i at or to wear; that n tin. I In iwnn l,n),aoe and ( oikhiihi .,m. o ami ihn drta giaves) t ih. AeiiiaK eiiop. ..r whkh there m. 'itmw ir , w lirki iri alone In the tenementn of New York four fnmlllea now live on a floor. Mr Jacob IUIs telle us that In one email block, the aire of whlih In 200x800. there In a population of JJ4I human nouln, or n rate per ncre of 1774, nnd thirty per cent of thoe who die In that city nre burled In quicklime In the potter' field llut there Ii nlno nnother block a enth of a mile airotn and' a twentieth up nnd down In which, ns revealed by the lant cennun, over 4000 human helngn are huddled together Think of It! And thin Is but little worne than la to be found In Chlcngo and other populous center of the euunlry Here Infantile life perlnhe before II firm nnnlver enry Vouth In ugly with loathsome dis ease Decrepitude of age In found at thlity They perlnh from "Tenant House Hot " The gieat majority are undergoing n slow decomposition, a true eremacnusln the chemists tall It the) nre quietly burning to death Such enndlllon nn thene ale nurely sufficient Incentive for the (loveinment tn provide a vvny of ewnpe. let the ecet he what It inn) The) engender the germs nf e rime, annuity nnd ulti mate levnlutlon and unlen the) nre eradicated, the very lire or the nation will be emrangeied. Ilee puliation nnd colonisation of the West npieori tn mean not only redemption of the land, but the very salvation nf the nice The not Inconeldernble benefit which va rious communltle, such n our In I'tnh eimnty, will thu eomomltantl) receive, are a nothing tn thin, and It behoove every one whonv nld and m-nperntlon are neceiwiry In enable the (loveinment to eonsummnte the vast project that nre proponed along this line, to give that nld nnd eo-operatlon with undue delay The word of the poet I.owell neein l be npplionble toda) us the) were lift) )Hiir ago ( lit nf the land nf lumdaxe 'Un decreed our slave shall ao. Anil lnn to u are nftrl. ns ert to t'harwati ... If we are blind. Ihelr ex.Hlua. like Israel' if nre. ... ThmUKh Iteil Sea I diaiineil to tie. wnoee nurgen Hie uf gore AN 13AIII.Y HISKIl. A strong, healthy, active cnnntltutlnn dejiendn largely on tho condition of the liver. The famous little pill known an DeWltf Utile Hnrly Itlser not only elennee the ytem, but they lrength on the action of the liver anil rebuild the tissue supporting that organ. I.H tln Karly ltlner nre eay to net, they never gripe nnd )et they are absolute ly certain to produce renult that nre satlsrnctory In nil enne. Sold b) Mercur Meat nnd Oro. Co. and M. K. Brown, Stockton. Mercur Drug Co.. Mercur. Utah. UTAH LAKE PnOJECT. A Inrge number or land-ownei or I'tnh county held a meeting In 1'iovo Innt Saturday to dlncus the I'tah lake reservoir lueiject. but the meeting ad journed without definite action tielnft taken. The committee apindnted at last ear'n sntlierlng. loiniMieed of llober Fnrrer of l'rovo, II T llonoldn of Spilngvllle. !: S. Hlrktey nf 1'iovo. M I". Snell of SanlHh Fork. A II Wnlker of I'lenmint Orove, Theodore Failey of I'nivo llench. und J. II Keeler or l'rovo, through their chairman. Mr Fnrrer, reported that they held meeting wllh Salt I.nke eoun ty people nnd the Government repie seutntlve. and had dlscuwed the differ ent plans for Increasing the wnter sup ply, and believed that n better under standing now existed between nil parties Interested than ever before The Hvheme of renervolrlng I'tnh lake by the Government whs discussed nt Mime length, the meeting being ulsiut equall) divided on the iiueHInu All ennnervntlve senker fnvoreil the project outlined by the Government, provldeel reservoir were built in the mountains and the supply of wnter In-e-renseel ror the high land nnd Innds that wnuld be drained by reducing the area nf the bike In this county Judge John II Mllner of the Utah lake iiimmlssloii read the mensureme lit or the lake during the )ear 1!K: and 1P0S, showing that tho prenent pumping plant which supplleH the farmereJOf Salt Lake lounty with wnter had only reduced the level or the lake two Inihe-n In two years The Judge nine, read a imrllein or 'n ngreement between the Innd-ownei or Salt Ike ami I'tah cnuntle which ir- inlt storage nf wnter C A Olasler Intnuluced r.sedutlon In dorsing the reservoir project n outlined b) the Government nlllclnl provided It doe not rnlne the water nliove the com promise silnt, favoring hlghlnnd reser voirs nnd diverting the Duchenne nnd Straw berry rlveri. Into I'tah lake Ihinugh the Smnlsh Fork river The resolutions created a llvel) dl ciisslon and the meeting adjourned with nut action being taken KHCAI'KD AN AWFPI. FATK Mr. II Haggln or Melbourne. Fla.. write: "My doctor told me 1 had Con sumption and nothing could he done lor me. I wnn given up tn die. The offer of n free trlul bottle nf Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption In duced me to try It. Itenull were ttnr tllng. I nm nnw on the rnnd to recov ery nnd owe nil In Dr. King' New Dis covery. It surely saved my life" Thla great cure I guaranteed for nil throat nnd lung diseases by utl druggists. I'rle-e 60c und M.O0 Trial bottle free AN AUTISTIC STUDIO. I'rotinbly no town In t'lah can boast nf n moie conveniently-arranged and artistically appointed photogmph stu dio than that whlih nan opened In American Fnrk Februnrv 1st by c 1. Joy In the Jackson building It has two entrance nt the head of the stair way one tn the reception iwrlnr und one to the oeriillng mom. The re ception Ikirlor lain three spacious win dows, tastefully curtained and draped, the walls being richly papered In duik nllve green, with handsome gold and lloiiil-frcscoed border Picture nre ar tistically hung upon the wall In strik ing relief und with chante effect The carpet hnrmonlien In e-olor wllh the walls, the celling being done In lighter tint, garnished with How em nnd trl circular design. A dainty cloverleaf- shuped center-tnlile. neat settee und chairs In polished oak, with hot-blast stove complete the furnishings or this charming room, and out of this, tn the west, the dresslng-riwm I entered. It walls and celling are done In a dainty subdued blue, with caret to match the general e-olor scheme, nnd lief a hand some drear r, siirmounteel tiy u large oval Fieni plate glass, I the chief at traction, while a striking picture of trophies or the chase adorn the west ern wall. Kiiterlng the operating-room, which I on the north, the skylight nnd camera are the main features. It la u ground glass ski light and uccuple al most the entire north end of the room It waa made to order In Chicago nnd I n feature that I seldom found In the Weal, the ground glata light being more exienslve than the other used It give a sofl. sutielued affect, Inseparable with the best photographic art The back ground were made to order In Itostnn nnd are of attractive design, while the camera and lennv are Ixilh new und of the latest style. Off Ihe operating-room, the work and dark room are located-to the west and every facility for the highest pro- I due Unit of the are I here emplojed. Mr Joy himself being acknowledged aa an artist of the ablest class I Ha work. both poit i. ut and imd. up, iii HI', nor no rlt to thai i! MnilUx ob tained In tile average city studio, and the succosa lie has met wllh at Mer cur wheie he tins a gallei) and where h' will p-ealile from the 10th to the ih of "V rv month tin studio heie I., lug i losi-.t for that pet 'd.I tn an earn- I ' t-M or th nun h gr. a i .u . km whlih , It im t.i M. v it h. w ill i. In l M no il ,iii K.ik T'm Tin i " in if ik" foi hln) , g n ""i- l nn n n I THE MERCUR MINER. Published at Mercur, Utah's Great Gold Camp. Subscription. One year I2S0 Six month l.M Three month .. . " t Abraham Crawfonl Kdltor Jamea T. Jakeman Manager NOTICK. During our absence any business transacted with W. II. Peckham ror us will be O. K. The gentleman will receipt tor money due the office, will take orders for Job printing, etc, Jamce T Jakeman, Manager When discontinuance la destted, please notify us by mall. All ar rearage must be paid. HAPPENINGS AHOUND TOWN Mr. (Hidden I happ) In the imsnen nlon of u new reversible blackboard The best wall paper la the new cover ing called "Sanltas." only at Steln man'n. Ilefore papering your home thla ' spring, aave money by consulting Hteln I man'. , C W Ciirlleld. clerk of the Hoard of Kilucatlon. spent Wednesday v'snti g tile ( hoed. The Stelnnian Dry Good Co will nell Sanltas" during the month of Febru nry at 12.53 a mil. StMnmnn'n Dry Good Co. content plates opening n branch store at Ophlr In the near future. All st)le or oil cloth, Including fancy nnd marble, white and black, at $2 25 n mil at Htelnman's. Itemeinber the photograph gallery Is open only on-the 10th, 11th, 12th. 13th, Hth. Uth nnd ltlh of each month. The school receive! a very handmme quarter-sttvred oak bookcase last week, which Is now on exhibition lit Mis Van Hoone' toom. Superintendent Slookey sient a du.v In Mercur vllltlng school last week nnd left for Ophlr arter school closed We exiiect him Again noon. Hetter have those picture taken next iay day. You never will look better, perhaps not so welt. Joy' gallery will be open the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th. Mr Itnune' room In preparing for u tiasket eoclul In the near future. Theli soul jeurn for nil organ an that Ih")' may protec t themeelve against th. 1 nolae or their neighbor InstrumiMH Photographer Joy goes to American Fork thl week to open a new gallery Until further notice the gallery at Mer cur will be open ror work the 10th. 11th, t:th. 13th. 14th, 15th and Kth or each month, Marshal Crawford' servhen it tru ant olllier hnvo been very elllclent In i bringing about secret council length) dlcusslon and earnest promlnen from , evildoer. The school extend th.mkn to him for hi Intcrent When you feel blue and that every-1 thing goen wrong, tnke n done of Clinm berlnln' Stomach and I.lver Tablet They will clenn and Invigorate your stomach, regulote your bowels, give )ou n relish for yotte food and mak you feel that tn this nld world Is a good place to IIvb, For sale by Mercur Drug ("o. M. K, rirowntockton. Utah. Mmnrt nrunFS. The Seml-Weeklv Salt Lke Tribune give special attention to the news of the Intermotintaln country, and partic ularly the mining new Published twice a week each Issue ten or twelve page It la the best substitute for a dally, and will be sent you until May 31. 1905. for 1 50 SPECIAL LAND nUYEnS1 ENCUIt- SIONS Will run to th new land of Orer county, Okla., nnd other sections of the great Southwest In November nnd De cember, via the Frisco system Are you looking for rl"h and fertile fnrmlnir landn In the Southwest which you can buy for from one-fourth to one-. tenth the cost nf lands In the Hast nnd , North They produce a much nrro for acre. Here In a chance to better your I condition nnd add n liberal amount to your pneketbook. I For full particulars and special rail road rate apply nt once to It B Imon, necretary Frisco Syntem Immi gration Bureau, St. Louis. Mo ONE-AND-A-HALF FOR ONE. j The greatest offer ever made by n Western metropolitan newspaper Is that Just announced by The Salt Lake Tribune The big ten or twelve-page Semi-Weekly Tribune, containing all the news of the Intermountnln region and the cream of the news of tho world, will be sent from now until May 31, 1M. for II 60 This Is a chance you cannot n fiord to miss. Bend The Trl butte ll.f.O nnd get the best new simper In the West for nearly a year and a hair. SCHOOL NOTES. Mrs. Charles Corfleld vva a vlnltor laet week. The manual training detriment In now busy making Ironing hoards. It I generally conceded that King I toil o 1 the best-nntured boy In school. The sixth grade has missed David I'eterson for thtfpoit week. David took week oft to visit Salt Lake The sixth guide seems to lie the hum mer when It e'ome to work! however, they are not remarkable for high grade In deportment. The average dally attendance for the month or Januury was 191. ror the mime month last ) ear It waa 12. The school, at least, I not on the decline. Only three succeeded In January In enrolling their name on the roll or honor, and these were lEdlth AUIknIi Nellie Spargo and llelle llrynnt The school expect to receive three! new dictionaries and several llbiary, bookp soon. The school board has been very generous Jn auppl)lng ever) thing, needed The pupil ranking hlgheet In the prlncliwl' rteom for the month of J inn ury were llelra ftoodntan, Jamea Spend love, Delpha Serin. Hdllh Atxboih und May Timinlii Four or them ha.' been among th Immortal five aev.-rd ttiuea before. The follow I nit" pupil have Ih-. n nb sent during traj present school m n Dominic Dsioiruul, Ida Dennett l'.lw ir 'ox, Nellie 8rgo. Ilelva Goodman Delpha Beren. Jain 8Hndlov e K.nih Atabarh All IQew have made v. . I lent proa-res daring the year Attendum i 11 been qllile l.uutut ellli-e th- liolitl')s due. douhllesn tn j the gtiod I, mil Jiioue mid on Januai) 1st Few n mot, to think what hu.i,1 nt i. n i i in. ml tu the pupils I Whet, a i hi i .in ..in tr a day he Is Ihrbwn back nt lenst two ilii). situ e It take n day after returning for re adjustment to the new lewnnn The teacher must take the time belonging to the e la lo explain the previous leneun to th one pupil. In thin way the pupil bee-omen a hindrance to the c lasn. lose Interest In his work and rot in bad habits The lenn or strict intention to btisltie. punctuallt). consideration for other, obedience nnd self-confidence ate more valuable than all con tained In the arithmetic nnd grammar J A HDI TT MINES. MINING AND W jtMJJJ 1 MINING MEN. ve m Mining In Das, During the past two week. It In re ported the miner at work In the Dutchman mine have repeatedly en countered strong flow or sulphurous ga. which have retarded their opera- UNION MERCANTILE CO. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dealorj tn General Merchandise, Mining and Ranch Supolies. Iflfif nSTv MJ' Heroulet Powder and BiS ii '-i ( Anheuser-Busoh 's StJLaals Meat Market in West Annex. One Price to All! THE NAME, PLEASE 8 8 J' Tell tnc the name and addles or j, jeiiir rrlend In the Vmrl vvImi might be ' 4) Induceel tn eomn Went thl summer. I VJJ a will rurnlsh him. or her, with ceunplett Jf liifuriiiatlon ugardlng the low excursion ui AM rate nnd the best toutes, reserve. iKrths, 6! W and do ever) thing powlble tn ttiukv )nur ifl W frlenef Journey eotnfnrtable nnd plents. sSt, I ""' ' S 12 Plyer for Omaha and Cldesian lewvei Wl yfi n.-nver at I III p m. and WIS p. in.; far 81. fl? lit J... o i Kiioniin Clt) and St. l,oul nt lino 'A M i n and lo v. p m Ml J2 o onMn O IZ H'Uu1LUU1J R. F. NESLEN, General Ajent ja 1 0 'tmiH 79 Wet Second South Street, ( O HlIUjlkH Salt Lake City. jlaaaisaasasjaagj IsjaatBBacaoasBssasas9rsEXBSBsaKasanBBaiaBsaasBBBBaasBassBBssBi ROBERT E. PICiCLE j STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY NOTIONS .... A fall llns ef Btatlea- Ths buttest a4 nl sloek A ttUUMof Ifetnaa. 3 ery AU iba Issatag o! Cuafsclloasry la Msr- CUin, Tobuooe uj 0 psrtoKals, tar Bsuksrs' Oaoda I Agency Troy Steam Laondiy. IHISTXZ HERCDH, Salt Lake and Mercur Railroad mmm , BAL.T UvKE UERCUn TIUECAJID lO.-OO.... Manning ...,tM " Vfni. East. " :.... Palrflsld ,...! Xl Arrlr. 10; Mercur :18 LeT ' JACODB, Oan, laaaac. Lmt 10.:0.. Summit Jet.. .JOS " Bait l-k City. Shoes for Men. I T"BliCa bit HHjB faneiai anm.TY salaW Bradley & MtcTCALr Compaiir milwaukhV. - vns. rOrtBALBBY William Bnifnts. Ooldan Oata Caak Store. r-t HI l"-MiiM--'l FRED. WITTICH, '' . thi kiADiNa TONBOtiiauaT in ;; X Msaoun. A. . i Tks Dmi of Work Obtainable. Hair T aaa llstrds Trimmed la Iba irj X UtMt. tip-to-elsM slylM. , I BasnArar' lomsireei. j; Aktab ioodlaf ikctrk wi4 0terivMm Mft? Bttkir uertAin ir eptntita fr h h tva idtaniei H prbblr llnJtU. tonmta ila Uont atrtotT fon0dit.avL HANOBOOK oa f4UaU M i rrM. tflilMt r-jroncy for iariu( rttu k'a,uit Uk; tbrottila MMoa AV r-MTr MUl tk, wliboist ftbavr, tm U t Scientific Jlmcricaii. AhB1fm1r lllittt4 wMilr, Triwt nt MlillOT 4f ftair HniA tiiaratvl. ?tri, (1 a 1 IftfS frf mOQtM.IL aWHpfaUl 1r. Easy Pill I' Easy lo take and titf to act Is that famous llllla pill DeWIU's Llltla Early Risers. This Is du Is B the (act that they tonlo the liver In- B ataad o( putflnf II, They nevar trip nor sicken, not even the most dellcal lady, and yet they are so certain In results that no one who uses them Is dlssppolnlid. They cur torpid liver, conjtlpitlon, biliousness, Jsundlce, headache, malaria and ward ell paats monla and fsvsrs. risrsssa oblt bt X. C. SaWITT CO., CUICAOO I Don'l Forgot thi Ham, ffi Early Risers DeWIU's IT.'i.r Salvs For Plies, Burns, Sores .. Illinois Central Railway. UITICIKNTI.T BERVEB A VAB1 TEItKIITOIlT lly through strvlc to and from ta following cities. Omaha, Nab. Chicago, 111. Bt. Paul, Minn. Bt. Louie, Slow Minneapolis, Minn Peoria, III. Xanaaa City, Mo. Xvanavllle, IneJ. Memphis, Tsnn. Nashville, Tens. Cincinnati, Ohio, Atlanta, Oa. Xioulsvllls, Kjr. JacksonvllK TU Jfsw Orleaaa, La. Vlckaburr, Mlaa Wstkly through service between ChJ cato anj between Cincinnati And tha Pacific Coast and Montaa Territory. Connections at that terminal Um tha EAST, BOUTtfWBBT AKD MOUTH. Fast and Handsomely EetQlppad) Steam Heated Trains Dlr.lna Car Duffst-Ltbrkxy Cara Bleeplna; Cans-. rre nscllnlnc Chair Cara. Ask ticket street for tickets vts. On It.I.lNfllB CHNTP.AI, RAILJtOAD, c apply to j. a. rourr,, j t n- jnl g, Bt Bait Lai CM, tlons considerably This Is believed lo 'I be a sure sign of their near approach to on Immense body of sulphide ore for Wk similar exerlences tn nther mines. It I flS alleged, have led to mtch n disclosure. Mm the ens being; generated from nre of gM that nature. The Dutchman mine Is "IB located nt the base ot the Miller Hill yjf and Is nne of the old producer of the faf camp. It hn been the scene of much activity during the past season. UTAH'S OllEAT OOLD CAMP. What Othera Ilave to Say of Mercur, i i Utah's Johannesburg. CON. MEIlCUll'S BIO IMPROVE MENT. From the Deseret News. (Continued From Our Last.) A MILLION TONH IN HIOHT I The ph)slcal conflltlon at the Con- I solldatcel Mercur are considered let he fl very satisfactory and It Is estimated I that In the old Mercur mine nlnne, I there are no les than 1.000.000 ton of B ore In sight while the (loldeu elate ntliie M ha nn Immense available torumge. M The tnnnngeinent or the Consolidated I Mercur flguied that by the Installation of the Moore machlner) a elorisavlng to or nt least SO cent u ton coulB 'nde. V . JM Mr Mesne now mfllm. prenti. K. B m-JT 4fpPaBTL Ills method, he Insists that rHfiiKTMK '" r Jlii In the ecint or labor will eeiual that le sWia tnlned rrom tailing over what vva cu- tomary during the llrst hair or the jenr. From Mr. Moore the "New" ha re- m celve-d the following concerning th m met hnniHin. oertitlon, etc or the plant nt Mercur' JB Mlt JllirtRK'S HTATKMUNT AV "The process vvn designed by the In- SSl ventor to meet n dllllculty almost mil- vsqfll vernal, or at lenst International, In the "sjk-e., onnldlug or ore-, that Is. the slimes 1 dllllculty. by which probubl) 90 ier cent I or all the ore .ire seriously affected. The method nt present In vogu for the J treatment ut i-llmen are crude In the ex- f Heme, the dtcnntatlon and the filter- I presn method being the nnl) onr here lorore nttempted In u Inrge vvny Hath or the-se have very serlott objection and both are useless tor low -grade ore. The IUter-preH method hn largely dis placed decantatfoti and I. especially In foulh Afrkit and Australia, very ex- J . ten. I vc ly used I The writer had full exierlenre In the I .. opi ration of (liter presses at the Sun- 1 . shine mine, wpere the ore uveruge le J if than J1 to the ton. nnd there encoun- 75' teied dllllcultle with which every litter- VX pte-sn oiierator I ramlliar, that l. the I i ost er manipulation ami the Imtierrect il wnnlilng of the gold solution frnm thu (J ' take There were rour thiee-ton A presses and the lalxir anil cost was CO H cent to the ton or slimes, while nn av- fli etitge of 40 ents of soluble gold waa V loft in the cuke The latter dllllculty 'I Ih due to Ihp fact that In filling It 1 j Impossible tit prevent a lairtlal sepurit- H Hon of the coarse slime particle from ll. the tlmr Thu the resistance to the IP (low or wash wnter varies in different tf p.irts of thi tnke and the wnter nntur- B ally takes the course nf lenst resistance H and u large part of the cake Is not H I I wanheil To overcome this dllllculty H lopenitorn In Houth Africa resort to I I 'double filter pressing,' that Is, the) stir ' the cake from the II rK press Into an H emulsion with witter or rotation and re- I pent the tllteilng operutlon This, of tit inurse doubles the operating cost, ul- I ready too high (Continued Next Week). Henil n postnl-card for it sample coiy JbbABJbm of The Semi-Weekly Salt Lake Tribune l Then )nu will tie sure to accept II jBjVBBBBj remarkable offer tn semi ynu the paper twice a weef-.ror almost a )ear and a jYjSjVjYM! hair ror ii 4. i H THNDI1NCV OF T1IK TIMT-S iaiaH', The tendency of medical science Is ) tovard preventive measures. The best wjpajVaL thought of the world Is being given to H the BUbJect. It Is easier and better to prevent thnn to cure. It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia, one of the most dangerous disease that tr.edl- cnl men have to co 'nil with, can Ihj prevented by the Uk Chamberlain' Cough Itemedy I'lieumonla always re- suit from n cold or from nn attack of Inllucncn (grip), nnd It has been ub- n served that this remedy counteract M any tendency of these diseases toward pneumonia. This has been fully proven I In many thousands or en Hen In which I this reuiedy hn been used during tho I great prevalence of colds and grip In i recent years, nnd can be relied upon I with Implicit confidence Pneumonia 1 often result from u slight cold, when l no danger Is apprehended until it I suddenly discovered that there Is fever J and dllllrtilty In breathing nnd pain In the chest then It Is announced that the patient has pneumonia. He on the nnfe Hide and take Chnmberlain't) Cough Heniedy it noon an the cold Is con tracted It nlwnys cures. For sale by Mercur Drue Co. M II. Ilrown, Stockton, Utah TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets, All ilrugglst lefund the money If It Inlli to cure n, W, drove' signature nn each box. 2Sc. 1 VP flM 8011 Lote nniinwn TIME CARD. 'JUtlons Dally, jfBJ A, M - "J LvHalt Lake City 7:30 1 Lehl Junction 8;e0 u Cedar Fort : i Fairfield 8:15 LvFalrfleld , 9.35 . ArMereur (B. L. & M.) 10:45 i LvFlve Mile Paaa ;( I, Hush Valley .viToJS .1. Del Monte .7..lo3Tsi,k Doremua 10:40 Houltsr Summit , 10:60 fc- Tlntlc Junction 11:15 T1 r. M. I A. M. I I.TTIntlc Junction , 11;15 j Houlter Summit , i;:S5 f Doremua MM ; Del Monte j;is I Hush Valley t:j5 1 Five Mile Pass 2.-00 I Arralrflelrl , 2.20 Lt Mercur (S, L. & M.) 2:10 ArFalrfleld , s;j Lvralrfltld j;3i) Cedar Fort JM5 Lehl Junction ;J0 Trains at Salt Lake make direct con- ArSalt Lake City 6:J5 ' P. M. election for all points north and east. E. W, OILLETT, General Paasengtr Agent. j. u iioonu. Commercial Agent. BALT LAKE & MERCUR TIMECAHD West Ea.t. Arrive 10.45 Mercur 2:10 Leave trfave 10-20.. ..Summit Jct.,..2:2S " 10.00.,., Manning ....3:03 ' ' :... Fairfield 3:St Arrive J. 0. JACOBS, Oen, Manager, b'alt l.nko City. QEOROE HATTON, Stocks and nonds, 4B East Sad South Street, Salt Lake OJty. Commission chance.) threM-rourihai af one par vent. CVrtm, i. - ajaal "IS sw.