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G THE SiT LAKE TRIBXHSTE: MOJsDAY MOP3TESt&, JAJKUAJTZ IS, 1904. I
II IIP THE CASTRO
jingham Safe Involving
SILVER . KING ANNUAL
S9hns to Start Up Copper
ltration of Keystone Ores to
n With the Spring- Thaw De
lopments at Cluster Group.
IlCastro group of- mines at Blng
pver which there has been so
Jrlvalry for several years, has
I Into the hands of an eastern
I represented by none other than
I Patten, of Ogden, said Nicholas
the venerable owner during the
c option under which the pur
Is sought covering a period of
onths and requiring the payment
it SG0.000. To clinch the privilege
rchaslng syndicate bus already
a small piece of the needful to
dlt of the owner and In a few
xploratorj w.ork that shall de
f fate will have begun under the
m of Air. Van Patten, who haa
een a prominent figure In the
es of the State. It wns over
years ago, said Mr. Castro yes
that the group with which he
parting was acquired by him and
he lode by which it is traversed
rly defined, within the group Is
little placer-bearing ground. It
om the gravel contained In this
r. Castro washed the gold with
the prosecute developments on
ge and 'While- It has never been
atlcally developed. It has been
tlvo of not a little high grade
ore, some silver, lead nnd' gold,
nderstoodi that Mr, Van Patten
associates tvIH advance the main
to a connection with the ledge
iter depths tlinn hitherto at
and that It will develop import
iclosures, Mr, Castro has no
Advanced In years, the friends
atter hope to see him retire with
ipetence that a consummation of
I will afford him.
I THE KING'S ANNUAL,
olders to Gather Under the
ereign's Roof Again Today,
ttend the annual meeting of
'ldcrs otthe Silver King Mining
jy with Its dividend record now
ip to $7,-J25,000, Messrs. "W. W.
ong and James Ivrs, Capt,
i and' Ezra Thompson with some
perhajn?, will depart for Park
lis morning, the election of dl
and bfllcers to follow the an
ports which latter promise some
Ing data for tbqse In attendance.
;h access to the "official ex
has been extended to sharehold
y, they will probably not differ
illy from those released' by Sen
earns, the company's general
;r, In December the King's an
ry ending with the calendar year
; figures practically comprehend
Lt entire period. Those revealed
1903 the management, from near
0 tons, derived us much as 03.
pounds of lead, 2.205.G0O punces
10,163 ounces of gold and approx-
140,000 pounds of copper. Dur
same period there was paid $1,
in dividend and In the opinion
lareholder this will be repeated
sent yeart although In this the
)lders will be consulted today as
asL A visit with Assistant Man
ally underground which, as a
Hows adjournment, promises the
dders a panorama of surprises
year has been characterized by
nost important developments.
I- DEEP CHEEK,
ses of a Railway Stimulate
Development Out There.
m Merrill, who has been pcrsc
In his researches at Deep Creek
'L a dozen years, has returned
lis camp and will remain with
nlly through the reign of snow,
region Mr. Merrill says it not
lows greater activity than ever
but. that all Interests, believing
'ay Is coming the present year,
rklng more systematically than
period since It was peopled by
rflow from the Comstock. Again,
3 an Impression that the Ameri
leltlng and Refining company Is
ill within Its power to Induce the
' builders to dispatch their work
le appreciate more keenly than
iat company the revenues that
ts furnaces in the camps of the
read region. At nil events, the
Ion of Deep Creek Is working
e zeal of that which sees an out
its ores approaching.
'e Assurances That Copper
Idountain Is to Ship,
claimed by thosa professing posl
owledge of their Intentions that
sssrs. Lowlssohn of New York
made arrangements with the
an Smelting and Refining com
md the management of the
n Pacific railway that will en
em to begin the active produc
ores at their Copper Mountain
of mines ut Tecoinu, Nev., or
etch along the line, between that
peculiar cough which indicates
Hls usually well known to the
H of croupy children. No time
be lost In the treatment of it,
lr this purpose no medicine has
more universal approval than
orlal n's Cough Remedy. Do not
valuable time In experimenting
Hntrled remedies, no matter how
they may be recommended, but
HMs medicine as directed, and all
H'tnB of croup win quickly dlaap
For eale by all druggists.
State and Box Elder county, Utah.
It Is said that an examination of the
properties some time ago convinced the
railway that there wns putllclent ton
nage to justify It In going after It with
a spur, and that with the co-operation
of the smelting company the Lewls
sohns now see how they are to be re
imbursed. Tho Copper Mountain group
was at one time one of the assets of
the company by which the "Copper
Plant" In North Salt Lake was built,
but overcome by trials which befel It,
the mlnc3 were sold under thp hammer
and went to the present owners on a
bid of about $119,000, the sale taking
place nt Brlgham City. For a year or
more the blocking out of ores was pro
ceeded with, when It was decided to
suspend until such time as arrange
ments for the transportation and the
reduction of them could be effected.
According to the story, this appears to
have been accomplished.
The Messrs. Lowissohn, who are at
the head of the United Metals Supply
company and who were founders of the
monster refinery at Perth Amboy, are
closely Identified with American Smell
ing Interests, and that tho latter Is
working in harmony with them is most
TO START UP MILL.
Second-Class Ores of tho Keystone to
Bo Mado to Yield.
Just as won as tho thaw begins and
the waters begin to trickle down the
mountain sides, the well-tried mill with
which the Keystone Mining company's
properties In Eureka county, Nov., will
be put In commission and concentrates
added to the first-class ore now coming
to the furnaces of Salt Lake valley,
said Manager Porter on his return from
camp yesterday. Awaiting this Is a
large volume of milling ore in a ledge
which, In the upper tunnel, measures
about twenty feet between walls, the
development work In this affording
about 100 tons of first-class ore month
ly and providing means with which to
drive a lower tunnel that will tap the
channel within the next fifteen days.
The concentrator will enable the man
agement to reduce about fifty tons
dally to a fine commercial product,
while everything Indicates plenty of
water the present season.
Fifteen miles distant from the Key
stone and at Cortez are the Tennbo
mines, that have been In operation for
about thirty-five years, and of which It
Is said they have been productive of
over $15,000,000, the product of the leach
ing plant now coming to the American
Smelting and Refining company. Other
than this Mr. Porter, who leaves for
the East to confer with his associates
on Wednesday, says there Is little ac
tivity in the old region.
Tunnel Advancing to Connection
With Two More Ledges.
Reports from the properties of the
Cluster Mining company at Bingham
Indicate, almost unerringly, its early
development now into a characteristic
Bingham producer. At twenty feet the
Commercial ledge, which was tapped
at a distance of 400 feet from the mouth
of the tunnel, was passed out of, and
the management, without tarrying. Is
now headed for the big Lead Mines
ledge, the avenue to continue from that
to the Yosemlte beyond. Until connec
tion with both of the latter has been
effected, said an official of the company
yesterday, no prospecting on the strike
of either will be undertaken. In the
first, or Commercial ledge, the manage
ment passed through twenty feet of
ferro-sulphidcs containing characteris
tic perccntoges in copper, with the
usual values In gold and silver and
with everything to Indicate a perma
nency equal to the ore bodies of the
great Commercial group, owned by the
Bingham Con. Mining company. That
the Cluster company's territory Is
travcrsad by the Lead Mines and
Yosemlte ledges Is just as clearly de
lineated, and to further demonstrate It
Superintendent Falco is forging ahead
with all possible energy.
AT THE ESTELLA.
Campaign More Vigorous Than Ever
to Be Prosecuted. .
The Estclla company Is just starting In
upon a more vigorous campaign than It
has ever conducted before, and the pros
pects arc that this property will come to
the front before the end of the year. Dur
ing the week money was received to cover
tho October pay-roll, accompanied by the
assurance that the November and Decem
ber pay-rolls would bo discharged by the
20th. nays the Milford Times. It la ex
plained that the delays thnt have occurred
havo been due to the sickness of the secretary-treasurer,
who has been confined to
a hospital.' The financis of tho compuny
are said to be In excellent shape, with an
abundance of funds m sight for all needs
Superintendent Sa-n Tarbct has been
promoted to tho position of gcncrnl man
ager of the company, succeeding the late
Gen. Penrose, a promotion that will give
KcncrnI satisfaction In this section Mr.
Tnrbct Is a practical mining man. and
thoroughly understands conditions at the
Tho new working shaft that has boen
started at a point near the ore body Is now
down fifty fect. Tho etcnm hoist Is In
place and rendy to start up at a moment's
notice It Is given out that should tho
ore body that has been opened on tho
200-foot level be found equally strong at
tho 300-foot level, tho company will un
doubtedly erect a stamp mill, with an
auxiliary cyanide plant. It Is u notewor
thy fnct that In the patella the richest
ore lias been found In the deepest work
ngs, from which rock carrying tAQ In K0d
has been taken.
REVIS PLACERS SOLD.
A Widely-Known Idaho Property to
Be Opened Up by Capital.
The oldest placer locations In this re
gion, the Nowton Rcvls mlnea. havo
changed hands. This Is the first change
in the ownership of that property fclnce
its original location, says the Times cf
Ilnllcy, Ida. Newton Revis located the
claims In 1S7G. and has worked them over
since. He could not average ovor xfx
monthH work u year, owln.,' to tho fold
seasoiiH. but he made his home there, and
never pormlttcd a working day to nd
bun In dleness during the twenty-elirlit
consecutive years that he ha3 lived thero
Not even could tho Indians Induce him to
?,f "r t' . During the Bannock war
(S7S-?Jj his homes grazing nn tho Willow
Creek summit, two miles from his cla'ms
were stolen: but he stayed on tho ground
and escaped tho fato of many unfortu
nates. As he Is in his 75th year, with
more wealth than ho needs, Mr Re vis
concluded that ho wanted a change? so
r mi Cinlmxf comPrlse 20 acres along the
Llttlo Smoky river, and nra known as
bench and creek placers. Tho whole ground
gives good prospects, but bo.ti of ho
bench claims field 10 cents to the nan
whllo tho creek claims yield from 6 to
2.. cents a yard. It has tor vears been
understood that at least sixty acres or
the ground will averago 15 cents to tho
cublo yard. Tho purchaser le I ro Hoi
lister of Iftrtfori Conn., who 7$mt ten
days on the claims with her husband last
year; and sho Intends to operate the rron
erty upon a acalo commonuuxato wltV 11a,,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY-Mldland, Coatee.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus. B. F.
Gardner, 303 Spring Street.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Asto'r Houar,
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Pnston.
PORTLAND. OR. Portlund Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Rnlrigh.
extent nnd value. Mr. Revls docs not,
however, want to be Idle. "I wanted a
change," ho told a reporter, "but I c.in t
be Idle. So I am going to Hpend tho
summor In ondeavoring to find tho source
of that plnccr gold; not for the money
there Is In it. but for the fun of It.''
A partial payment was mndo to Mr.
Rovls yestcrdav. and the balance of tho
price Is to be "paid in thirty days.
NO FUNDS THERE.
Checks of Company Operating Grand
Deposit Turned Down.
A correspondent writing from Cherry
Crock. New, says: "There hnB been no
favorable newa made public of the af
fairs of tho Grand DcpoBlt nt Muncy. Tho
latest Is thnt none of the checks Issued
went to protest and there wore no Hindu
In the treasury. Their wines aro consid
ered a valuable property, and those In
terentcd are puzzled concerning tho course
thf. company Is pursuing. It la to bo sin
cerely hoped the financial Plotters will
be shortly straightened out and tho prop
"The Wide West companv's mill has
been working on ore t for Mr. Peterson
Iorsoo of n mine belonclng to Sitnqulst
Brc?s & Campbell. Ke says tho result a ,
wcro very satisfactory, and has returned j
to Cocomungo to get more of the nurlr- i
BIG DEAL AT ELY.
Over Sixty Copper and Gold-Eearing
Claims Involved in It.
D. N. Harper and W. C. Rose, the min
ing men. after having completed ar
rangements for the purchase of sixty,
three copper and go!d-carrlng clolns In
this district, for which tho gentlemen have
negotiated for the past four weeks, leave
tomorrow for tho East, to lay their ac
quisitions before tholr financial asso
ciates, says tho News of Ely, Nev. A
majority of tho claims lorm a continu
ous group, commencing on this end with
tho Elk Horn group and running west
to a point north and west of tho New York
& Nevada Copper company's i roperty, a
dlstnnco of two miles. This whole terri
tory will bo opened up by moans of a lun
nol. which starts on tho Elk Horn mine,
and upon which work wao begun today,
Al Paul being given a contract for tho
first 100 fect.
Ore of excellent quality Is again on tho i
road from the Utah of Fish Springs. I
Superintendent Janncy of the big cop- P
per company has returned from Bingham. 1
Manager Hatfield of the Albion of Alta
and other companies has returned from I
tho diggings again. t
Much Interest Is manifested In the fu- 1
turo of the Ophlr of Statellne, as manv K
believe In Its ultlmalo development as a n
Arrivals from Tlntlc lost night report L
rumors of another connection with tho t
Yankee Con. ore bodv in tho crosscut off li
the 200-foot level. C
H. A. TlbbaK n mining man nnd metal- 5
lurglst of Denver, arrived lost ovonlnp to
make an examination of the Copper Flat
property, says the Whlto Pino News of
Notwithstanding tho recent order to sus
pend all operations underground nt tho
Tonopah company's bonanzas In Nevada.
Mr. lamb, the company's resident repre
sentative, reports a steady tonnage of tine
ore coming from camp and leaves for Mur
ray this morning to be present at the sam
pling of another lot.
O. E. Weller of the Bingham Con. "a
Eastern household la at Hot Springs.
Ark., boiling out and building up his
health, having been alarmingly under
mined since the accident to him at Ring
ham several years ago. Indeed, It was Ill
health that caused him to withdraw from
the great house of Hornblowcr & Weeks
In Boston and New York
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We guarantee Increase In your busi
ness by the intelligent use of the Oscll- -latlng
Mlneograph. We will show you a
how It works. Pembroke Stat'y Co. m
CONGRESS OF MINERS.
Convention at Indianapolis, Which
Opens Today, Will Be of More
Than Usual Importance.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 17. The Unit
ed Mine Workers of America will con
vene In this city tomorrow and the con
vention promises to be more Interest
ing than usual.
Within the last two months there has
apparently been a preconcerted move on
the part of several of the operators to
cut wages nt the rate of 10 cents n
ton and a conlllct between operators and
miners seems probable. There will be
about 1000 delegates from all parts of
The convention will remain In session
for ten days and then the miners win
enter into Joint convention with the op
erators of the central competitive field.
There will be about 300 of these oper
ators present, representing Western
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illi
nois. This Joint conference Is for the I
purpose of arranging a wage scale for
the miners of the central competitive I
fields. There are in the United1 State9 I
450,000 miners, of whom 225,000 belong
to the organization. Of these there are
now 1-1,000 on strlkt. Ten thousand of
these are In the West. P.000 In the Mey
ersdale district and 1000 lu West Vir
ginia. In three States efforts have been
made this year to reduce the wages of
the miners. The national olllcers of the
Mine Workers decline to anticipate in
any way the probable action of the con
vention. It Is understood that there Is
no opposition to the re-election of John
Mitchell as president and the other of-flcerfl.
Dyspepsia Is difficult digestion, duo to
tho absence of natural digestive llulda.
Hood's SursaparlUa restores tho digestive
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Bluo Point Perfectos,
Utah's Favorite Clpw
SALE ON, SAIL IN I
H Entire stock of "MANHATTAN" NM 1' ffl m
M SHIRTS, ;ill this season's goods, none WI'smP 1inW''wlISSf H
11 All WINTER UNDERWEAR WM ' Wi
m One-fourth off. mlMffw Kf'lvA
Entire stock of MEN'S SHOES ffMw M
Any 3.00 Hat in our store for . .1.95 MmBii G
I J.WILL GRAY & BRO.. 153 Main I
H East Side, Under the Electric Sign "GRHY'S." H
mmmmtmmmmmmimimBmmat Mini ll'lUMWii
j OIL,! OIL,!
j- A limited number of shares of the j
I Farmiogtoii Consolidated Oil & fias Co.,
I Of a par value of a dollar, are offered for sale at ten cents a share. This offer is made with the I
j understanding that it may be recalled without notice and that in caseof the failure of the
J Guffey and Galey development work the investment is worthless. I
The directors feel, however, that the offer should prove attractive to any one who antic- S
I ipates, as they confidently do, a discovery of oil, and who desires to share in the advantages
i arising from the choicest holdings and a strong organization. 1
jj They base their confidence on these facts: i
I Mr. Galey of Pittsburg, the most experienced oil man in the country, said the Earmington I
I district showed the best oil indications he had ever seen, and Guffey and Galey have backed up j
! this opinion by appropriating thousands of dollars for development work.
j Mr. Rumbaugh, Superintendent for Guffey and Galey, says he is certain of striking oil 3
I and gas, and has backed up his opinion by subscribing for stock in this company. j
? Subscriptions should be sent and checks made payable to Hugh Satterlee, Trustee, SS !
Commercial Block. ' j
j OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. j
j President. S. V. Shelp, General Manager Walker Bros.' Dry Goods Co. . I
I Vice-President, 0. Iv. Rowland, Mining and Oil Expert. " I
i Secretary, Hugh Satterlee, Asst. Treas. Slromberg-Carlson Tel. Mfg. Co. j!
j . Treasurer, Frank Knox, President National Bank of the Republic. i
George T. Odell, General Manager Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co.; Elmer B. Jones, $
i Managing Director flah Independent Telephone Co ; Dr. Alexander C. Ewiug. '
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Full stock of 1904 styles. W
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I Two trains dally. , .t S2.1
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C. A. TRIPP, C P. Agent,
Salt Lako QlT. t- J
In effect November 22, 1?0S. Lmn
LEAVE SALT LAKH CITT. " T 1
N"o. 10 For Bingham, Hebsr, .'I' "
Provo and Marysvale 8 :W s.BB JtWfi,
No. 102-For Park City S:16 tej.,
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No. 9 For Ogden and local pts. 6:W'Biini;
No. For Denver and East Srf5 P-3SfCJJ"
No. S For Ogden and "West. .. 12:10 -YV,
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITT.
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No. 12 From Ogdon and local pta 9:05 .2t..
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:03 s.:mlai
No. G From Denver and East..l0: a.e;tnt
No 1 From Denver and East. .1:35 J. DjUJ
No. 2 From Ogden and the West 3:05 P-.pwsj
No 101 From Park City 6:15 P-Ul
No 9 From Bingham, Hcbir,
Provo and Marj'svalo 8w p.HMtre
No 4 FYom Ogden and the West T.-w P.n(3,il'
No 3 From Denver and East ..11:63 P-(rflR?ii
All trains except N03. 1 to 6 stop at .WTa
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RATES EAST thla summer. appl JiMfSS
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