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L I; rail Ibe Ad 31st August is the a wonii9 ma I erUi.t-iufii- will enjoy this publication much better if you will get into the habit of reading the advertisements; THE INVEN b. en OF A PORT- CEN IUS. LAND. r. they will atford a must interesting of will in and the way put you study la gHtlng some excellent bargains. Our Churles H. I.auiaJ B" ruttiiiff l'Sethr 1 Mathiue that advertisers are reliable, they send Mill Navigate lh( Air Wnh One what they advertise. You last day of the $1000 missing "word contest Sciiltiitgs Best tea is wonderfully fresh and fine. to I -- I'attseuger. Rules of contest published in large advertisement dbuut the first and middle of each month. X28 Tralnlnf Inlitren, The hope of our country, social!, politically, morally and religiously, lie.in tho training of the children. It Is an important etep toward the eradication of a number of evils which have grown to such magnitude as to threaten the downfall of our republic. The adequate training of the children will not only cure these evils but will bring priceless blessings to the country, such! as we do not now enjoy.--liv. C. D.! IIarri3. e I'rofipertortC Maj of l;th. of the Rio The Passener Grande railway has just issued an map showing all mining districts of record, together with an outline sketch of the older districts, and calling special attention to several partially developed regions which recently havu shown important iineoveriiij-'- s of gold and copixT, now attracting notice of prospectors, investors and others. For copies of this valuable map address P. A. Wauleiuu, c;. I. A., Salt Lake City. I Jii'' DR. G. W. SHORES, We. Oldtat Specialist In tl T Tho Wife cau you do anything for my husband? Doctor Wiiat seems to be the matter? Tho Wife - Woirying ub.jtit money. Doctor Oh, I can relieve him of that all right. Yonkers Statesman. kirg" lVJL.nl QUE T N O BE DOLLAR PAID UPJTIL YOU " tiilHKBI 1 DK. O. W. 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Women and chilSalt Lake City, Utala dren have tho right to deposit in their own Write namo, subject to their own order. for any information needed, il and upCU'E YCiJRSElF! ward received. I'm fur iinnntiiml AY1LFORD WOODRUFF, President. ! tm tiitlauimmiiii!i, irrauticiiis or (1F.ORG K M. CANNON, Cashier. Id col utctur. tXi'if tfJ lioicuus Iticuthi arms. util ml ufeUm I j'JunuEvwsCiUMicALno K''i't er It la never proper for the best Nol;l by man to givo tho bride away, It isn't a nice-tricin rlnin cr r:ippir, for aiivono to do. hv f)iri'", crei.ftj,, tur n. clu-oni- o KITE. yt. Letter.) (Portland, H. HARLK-- Lam-hc- ii Portland of succeeded in taking a flight through the air on a Kite of his own has at Falec r mouth ently, and believes that devising, well on the toward eolv-jthe problem of aerial navigation, "itave been interested in the subject for some year," said Mr. Lamson, a ft' days ago, "and have made several forms of airshhip kitc3, two or three cf them large enough to cary up a man in a twenty-mil- e wind. I corresponded with the d Lillienthal in Otto 1835, and believe I was the first one in this country to cake and test one of his flying marines. This was made from plans by llerr Lillienthal himself. :t was tried on Diamond island, it Portland harbor, and, although Its sorting power was fully sufficient to jLrry the weight of a man, yet its stal; ity in the air was so deficient that seemed to require a great am- nt in order to soar any distal, and it seemed too dangerous to be considered a successful type. It ratift be admitted that Lillienthal did well with it in frequently soaring about 3.") yards from the starting point. My work since that time has been an effort to find some form of supporting surfaces that could be so regulated as to be safe and stable when in flight. Others are also working on this line in a more scientific way than I, perhaps, among them Trof. Langley, 0. Chanute, and A. M. Since Maxim and Langley Herring. have demonstrated that it is possible to build and fly, using steam power, the great public he is E vay much-lamente- n : kite-lik- e, aero-drom- es art by no mems certain that we have yet arrived at the proper form or curves. In fact, we for feel quite certain that we are some distance from it, although these kites have demonstrated that they are comparatively safe and stable while in the air. I may be ptrdoned for saying that this comparative safety to tha navigator is a great point gained. The immense danger to human life In attempts at aerial navigation has been a tremendous drawback to scientific experimenting heretofore. With danger to life and limb educed to a minimum, we certainly shall find scientific experimenting much more easy of accomplishment in the future. The fact that a scientist can now, with almost absolute safety, make his observation and calculations and experiment in actual practice while sailing in midair is the biggest advance yet mads along the lines of aerial navigation. "One of the most disheartening difficulties that we have found in these large kites is their liability to injury when on the ground and in starting or alighting. Unless they go upon an even keel one side may catch in the So, ground with destructive effect. too, alighting they must land, on au even keel. Inasmuch as close to the ground the currents of air swerve around in different directions, constant attention is necessary to make a fair start and landing. I have found it a great advantage to have the airship run on wheels, and so have used pneumatic-tired bicycle wheels in my late experiments, and have found them just the thing needed for the trick. A light, small wheel or caster of this sort on the tip of each wing might prevent serious injury to nr chines, as it is necessary to make them light and strong. The larger the kites the more difficult it is to make them light and strong. Although our large kite weighed less than three ounces to the square foot of sustaining surface, yet it would easily sustain a man when suspended from either two of the outer ribs a distance of twenty feet, and as in the air it was evenly supported over the wdtole surface, it was deemed amply strong. "I took pains to have each vertical strain supported by three piano wires each capable of lifting 300 pounds. On our first trial, a year ago, we found W aero-plan- 1 S r f, t Ve I . V--- T J-- NOTES. Only 14 men are now employed at the Daly No. 2, at Tark City, Utah. At the Ontario No. 3, at Park City, all but the timber men have been layed off. A man who has put in a cyanide plant at the Muehacho mines ner Yuma, Ariz., is making a rich things by w ork-i- n g" the tailings. It is said that a new mill will be erected on the North Last Chance property, at Bingham, Utah, to replace the one burned recently, w ithin ninety days. A thre?-dayshut down of the De in Lamar mine, Nevada, for the pur pose of general overhauling has been passed and the mine is now humming again. Thomas Walsh of Colorado is in Utah looking for a site to locate a pyritic smelter. Mr. Walsh has demonstrated in Colorado that pyritic ores can be made profitable to the producer and w ill visit all the camps in Utah in the effort to further prove it. Joe Dupont suffered a broken clavicle, and several bruises at the April Fool mine in Nevada in a manner which should make him thankful that he is alive. A ton of rock caved down in the drift in which he was working and bis escape from death was almost miraculous. concentrator for the The Washakie mine, in Cassia county, Idaho, has been shipped, and it is expected that the plant will be in opera tion within six weeks. A force of men is now at work in the developement of the property and it is reported that reserves of ore are blocked out larg-and in sight. Reports from Colorado are to the effect that the smelters and railroads are willing- to make a reduction in Smelting and freight rates in order to keep the silver mines of the state from closing down, and also that the miners have offered to accept a cut in wages rather than be throw n out of employment. 15-to- n - ;, iunh-NH- er a Initlli-u- , l:7S. Circular eeut oa lunucst A'ig&Z -- J ' : sj-k-, fc Vim K 2f ilt riie Itli'kliiril, WiwhiiiifUMi, 1 ei. 'II. It; III ti it!liiiti I'i.si..ii iin.l r.'lli'hl Atl'v, till V .C, ili'-- will ri'eeivoa ini'iapt iuA'j. nPHDCSV mJW.Ji .J M fUM'i. Minister 5 once performed three wedding ceremonies in twelve minutes. Miss WEW i'scoveby: orit,. Say lor That was at tho rale of fifteen 'i t. k reli..tan.lciirci) knots an hour X. Y. Journal. ilium inl; tttnl JOliilVM ! te-M'tel t.ir tieek llienl I o. Ilr, II.H.I.IO KNSUNS, lO.nC, (.u. n 0P1 MORPHINE Lai MeKi Dropsy treated free, by Dr. II, II. Green's of'Atlanta, Ga. The greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Head their advertisement iu another column of this paper. Rons, n mm tiiosk who n 11.4 1. K and WHISKY it.mii kkh:, HABITS. UK. J. '. lienn, lbi.M.Uiak..,tHI(l,U,ILU There 13 at least one thing positively known about a man who claini3 to In a hypnotist; ho Is a liar. Elias M OrrlS ana Sons Company, MONUMENTS and HEADSTONES THE KITE IN MOTION. is4 LLJ r have been obliged to admit tho likelihood of the early accomplishment of IN the flying machine. Thte two inventors have devoted their principal efforts to perfecting the light motors w KtttyttxzKzs. and propellers. Chanute and Herring and, in a modest way, I, have been devoting more attention to the form Gr of the supporting surfaces, which are as important as the motors, and, in, u V7V i irv.lt 4 1 VTt a deed, some of us believe that it will Salt Lake . eventually bo possible to sail the air and go in any direction upon rigid V WRITE FOR PRICES AND DES1CMS. wings without the motor, as the birds of the south liy. There would then be u two types of the GECX M. SCOTT. IL a HUM FIELD, JA5?. Ct.KNniXN'IN'a, l'resldenb uud Ti'Cli thte and sailing Secretary airship, "In my search for stability I have been led to construct a number of and the sailing have been previously noted. Tho forecinci runner of modern scientific aerial In navigation was first given to the public by Herring In Ms cellular cr box kites. My airship kite, used at Rigby roit- park last year was a modification of that form with an effort to Introduce BufTalo Scale Company, Detroit Stove Co., Atlas Engine Works, John Van A Home Steel Ranges, steering into the wind by using jointed WtKHlen 1'ulleys, Ilcnlg-Coles' Air Tight Heaters, cells or levers. This kite proved to California lVwder Work, us that it was necessary to have this Worthington Steam rumps, Colelirated Anchor Kraud Cylinder and Revere Rubber Co., larse surface so that it could be readily Entitle Oil, lodge Injectors, folded for transportation. With this Howe, Urow n & Co., Prill it Tool Steel, Leviathan Relting. in view the kite recently flown at Falmouth Fireside was constructed. Miners' Tools, Stoves, Tinware, etc It having been found that slight And a General Assortment of Mill Findings. changes in the position of the weight carried were sufficient for steering, no WAREHOUSE 125 If SEGON 5S0UTU SIOPE 16S MIX ST. : SAU UKE CUT. SIU rudder was attached to this last ship. Marble and Granite, Mantles. etc. rates, mm 1 OK ?STB. air-ship- aero-drom- Geo, M0 S cott & Co Itriporters Denlers Bar and Sheet Iron, Steel Pipe acji:mt -- The further developement of the Antelope group at Bingham, Utah, is to be undertaken in the next few days, and the work prosecuted on a most energetic scale. The property is owned by Col. Jack McNally and "Rory" McDonald, and has, it is said, already, been productive of several hundred tons of ore, that was taken out through the workings of a neighboring1 property. A big mining deal has just been practically consummated, by which John D. Mackie will become the owner of the famous Silver Peak gold mine in Nevada. A. M. Womble and George D. Roberts have left San Francisco for New York to close the purchase of the mine, which is said to be one of the greatest in the w orld. For some time past it has been involved in litigation, but now all the contests have been compromised. Captain DeLamar is one of many who has been attracted by the possibilities of Tuscarora, Nevada. He has had an expert on the grounds, and expects to secure a slice of property in that vicinity. The property which ho has inquired into is not far from the Dexter, and it is thought he will be identified with that district before the end of the year. The gold samples brought in from State Line at the request of Captain J R. DeLamar and II. A. Cohen gave very satisfactory assay values, and it is said that if the report of their expert is equally satisfactory there ia no doubt but that this promising gold camp will be able to boast of tho possession of an ore mill in the near high-grad- e WRITE tri-u- l MINING j es d, iKx-tor- St., ! s, motor-ddrive- e, dif-driv- aero-drom- that the vertical struts separating the two surfaces were not quite sufficient to stand the strain, and they were replaced by stronger ones. Weakness In these points caused last year at Rigby an accident and fall of 1,000 feet. A dummy was on board, but a man would, not have been hurt, for the fall was as gentle as a dove's lighting on the ground. "The day of rope has passed with me as far as these advance experiments are concerned. I use piano wire. The limit to the height of the flight of an air ship is the weight and wind pressure against the string. The strongest material and the lightest weight per mile is found in piano wire, and therefore the highest flights havo been obtained by its use." e, t;lz!tc'it Vanity. Many stories are told of the great French novelist, Honoro do Balzac some illustrating his literary vanitv "There are only three writers of the French language Victor Hugo, e Gambler, and myself!" he used On one occasion he to say proudly. was at a dinner, where a young writer said before him: "We other men of letters." Balzac broke out into a laugh and cried: "You. sir, you a literary man! What a pretension! What foolish assurance! You compare yourself to us? Do you forget, sir. with whom you have the honor of sitting? With the marshals of modern literature!" Theo-phil- future. Crawford Moore has returned from trip to Seven Devils, to Boise. Ho says he met two men who had just just come out from Chamberlain's basin a portion of that section of Idaho that is practically unexplored, where they had been engaged in placer mining. They had S.1.000 worth of gold dust which they had taken out in eleven days. They were forced to depend on snow water, ami could sluice but a few days. Last fall they prospected in that country, and getting satihfactory colors, determined to return when tha snow was melting and they could get enough water and since out a stake for the w inter. Before they left last fall thej made all the arrangements possi-Vla o. Messrs Robertson and Mayham have started upon the development of their recent purchase at Mountain City, Nevada, and will put down a shaft at once. The assays, ST7 and J017, indicate that they have secured a 100-fo- good property.