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Bl ! 6 The 3aut Lake TRiBTjasnE: wedxesdatc MobxosG, JjOhjahy 27, 1904. i
1 RECLAIMING WEST DIP
: Gold Again Coming From
ARTHUR MURPHY'S SUCCESS
I Forly Porsons Now Affpded
Clean-Up From 80 Tons Daily Exceeding-
$6000 Per Month Oth
ers Invited to Join Hint.
I The enterprise promulgated by Arthur
F Murphy, succeeding- the West Dip. out
of Mercur, will have been reclaimed
I within the year, and upon its dlsap-
1 polntmcnts reared a cimp that shall be
H not the least productive in the gold
bearing sisterhood. Mr. Murphy, who
was In from the Dip again yegtcrday.
says that in the rehabilitation o the
Daisy ho has experienced no difficulty
j whatever, that the ores, of commercial
quality aro occurring- as ho said they
would in well donned channels, and
I that the originators of the company
I might have succeeded had they exer-
clscd a finer discrimination and con
jj fined their extraction to these channels
instead of wandering into the lean and
! hungry strata by which they aro dl
' vlded. It Is from three of these chan
' nels that ho Is now sloping: and milling
L eighty tons of ore dally, which main
f tains an average around $-1, while the
i contents of the tailings will not exceed
SO cents. In the operation of mine and
j mill he is affording- employment to forty
persons, which number will be in
creased, said he, as soon as shelter can
be provided, the dwellings that sprang
I up during the progress of the boom
over there having been dismantled and
removed to other localities. Mr, Mur
i phy says that ua soon as his demonstra
. tlons are made eo conclusive that no
one can successfully attack them he
1 will afford those owning other proper
' ties on the Dip to join him, and with
the ores from all gravitating to a com
mon center he has no doubt of results.
He reports it channel of good milling
ore in the .South Daisy, owned by the
i Helvetia Mining company, as he be
lieves that investigation will reveal the
presence of pay dirt in others. From
the Daisy mill he is cleaning up about
JCOOO per month at this time, and with
the plant running- at its maximum he
expects to Increase It to $10,000 or more.
In the success with which Mr. Mur
! phy Is prosecuting his work on the
"West Dip mining- circles generally will
ILITITIA'S FINE ORE.
Another Beaver County Proposition
Getting Eoady to Ship.
' From the Lititla group, out of Mil
ford,' the local management has just re
ceived a sack of ore which reveals the
presence of 20.5 per cent copper, two
ounces silver and $2 gold per ton, while
' the announcement is made that exposed
is enough of this class of ore to placo
, the proposition on a self-supporting-basis.
The group is owned by William
H. Tlbbals, Dr. R. O. Hall and the
American Rare Metals Mining- com
pany, the latter which has acquired a
greater interest in it providing the
means with which to develop. Since
, work was inaugurated a shaft has been
put down toa depth of twentv feet on
a very large ledge in which the ores
are now occurring, and at the recom
mendation of Mr. Tibbals a trial lot
will be placed on the local market In a
4 short time. Certainly ores such as that
' contained In the sample put assays are
awaited by a ready market here.
I EXCHANGE COMMITTEES.
Chairmen Designated, and Organiza
tion to Follow at Once.
Chairmen of the various committees
on the mining exchange were an
nounced as follows by President Pol
, Listing Committee A. S. Campbell.
Membership Committee M. S. Pcn
dergast. Arbitration Committee W, J. Brown
ing. Arrangement Committee M. M. Mil
ler. The chairman of the respective com
mittees are accorded the privilege of
organizing them as they desire, and the
personnel of each will be announced
some time the present week.
I CONCENTRATES COMING OUT.
' Winnemuck Mill Finally Resumes
Business at the Old Stand.
The Winnemuck concentrator, at which
the milling ores of the Ohio Copper com
pany at BInghnm are being reduced to a
, high-grade product, Is doing lis work
, most efficiently- for a. youngster, said Mai,
Cat row. on hlH return from camn and
. w th the tightening up of the fcrewH.'
its charge will have toon increased to
I VJ) ton dally. The ores, of which a con
siderable volume Is now exposed, arc
r maintaining an averago of about 1 nor
cent copper and the product will he mado
I to reach about 25 per cent. The outlook
k over there is certainly assuring-, says Fred
1 , Bettlcs. who Is serving the company -is
H consulting engineer, and who. as a rnilf
H man has, few peers. At the mines eyr-rv-I
thing is in most gratifying condition
AT OLD HORN SILVER.
H Thirty Per Cent Copper Ore Coming
Boston Wants the Zinc Ores.
' Tn consignments of crude oro from tlio
. Horn Silver of Frisco aro again showlng
j an much as 30 per cent in the red metal.
' said Manager P. T. Farnsworlh yester-
ay' ,th0 9h-1nn?1 from which thoy are
K, stoped maintaining: a width of over six
wk ,"um,lnP ?l0"g, with that lii
H. Ml,,lcn. th,9 silver and lead ores aro con
tained. Upon tho latter the management
is now drawing for 150 to ISO tons a day.
r 1 JVth 'SV,hlchu.t? !nc,it tho requirements of
yi mill, which Is In steady operation and
tending Its product regularly to market.
Manager Fnrnavvorth Is in receipt of a
;.Ii?,p?all1,on f,r?m "oflton the author of
which la seeking the entire tonnage of
I lit?. 7A 2nd. z nc '"'""W the Prop-
Z.F' bu h5.,s ln," hurr' 10 ftirm these
HMV oul- contending that they will ultimately
provide the means with which to pay dividends.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Conditions Generally . Unchanged,
With Low Prices Still Ruling.
Tho day on the mining exchange
closed with the pule of 24,-U! shares of
stock for 552IC.12, and with the market,
again feuturcless and flat. Con. Mor
cur did some business with lt6 wares
marked down to 02 cents, while Daly
Judge was started at ?3.405F3.60, with
Daly West recording the transfer of a
single lot at $31.75. New York was
traded in at 22, cents and then back to
21; cents, with the shorts placing it
freely around 22 cents, while Nnlldrlver,
whose territory lies alongside was
passed through the market at 55 cents,
and Wabash at 5'i cents. Galena of
Deep Creek, with reports concerning its
condition arriving only at long Intcd
vals, responded to a small order nt 5
cents a share, while Silver Shield, from
which encouraging reports continue to
come, was dealt out at 3 cents, and
AJax at 5& cents. Tetro of Tintlo "was
firm around 3lt cents, and Star Con. at
21 cents, while another block of Mar
tha Washington found refuge with the
Inside nt 1 cents, with California
changing- hands nt a cent. Uncle Sain,
over which there was considerable spar
ring, was marked up to 25 cents at the
close, while Victor, for 'Which there
was quiet inquiry, came out to a bid
of 5V6 cents, the day closing on the
I A. M. i P. M
I Bid. lAsked.H Bid. Aske(K
AJnx 5 .M $ .0G l? .05 $ .00
Alice 15 I .15
Bul.-Bock 2,00 2.00
Black Befs .. .01 .13
Butler-Lib .. .10 .10?:, .WA .1014
California ... .0011 OOVi
Carlsa 10 .U'fc .10
Century Si .S7i$ .si .
Crcolo .35 50
Congor ...... .03
C. Mprcur . .C3 .CI .61 .63".
Duly 2 25 2.40 2.25 2.40 "
Daly-Judgo . .1.-JS 3.75 3.40 . 3. SO
Daly "West .. 34.60 ' 35.(0 31.50 35.10
B. & B. B ... .1314 -.071 .45
G. Central .. 3.00 3.50 3.00 3.50
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.00
Ingot OHi .02 ,01?i .02
Joe Bowers . .OO'-i .01 .0014 .01
Little Bell i.io i.eo
Little Chief . .02 .0ic
L. Mammoth .39 .10 .30 .1014
La Rclne ... .02i ... . .02 .
Mammoth ... 1.00" 1.25 ' 1.00 1.2o"
Manhattnn ......... J. 00 1-1G .00 1-lij'.
MlW Tin,, ATI A-f.J t-. .
...... j.tj .... .vi?j .l'Vi .Ol'A
Mar. Wash . .01 .0114 ,01i
New York .. .221- .23 .21A ' 211;
Ontario 1 7 6.25 4.C0'i" 5i25
Rich. -Ana. .. .OOy. .02
Ttocco-H 50 ., .50
S. Swansea .20 .. .15
Sacramento . .2001 .22 .21 - 22
Sll. King .... C0.C0 r......- CO'.OO ..i.l4.,
Star Con 21 , .'uy. jim .213;
Sll. Shield ... .02T(, .031', .02H .03
Tetro ... ..... .30 . 321A .20 .32
U. S 21.0) ..' 21.00 22,00
Uncle Sam .. .221, .21 .221 "5
Utah 40 .ft) AO '.lo
VIotor I .051- .....
Wabash .05" I. , ',
W. Rocks .. .w-..k-r.c..r, '..'t;!io"
Yankee Con . .40't .I2f-, .10) ..13
Consolidated Mercur. 100 at C3c.
Daly-Judge, 100 nt J3.I0. seller five days;
100 at $3.40. soller sixty davs.
Galena. COO at 5c.
Sliver Shlold, 1C00 at 3c.
Star Consolidated, 2500 at 2014c; 1000 at
21c; 500 at 24c. 2
Martha Washington, COM at lc
Xew York, 500 nt 21c; EW at 22c: 700 at
224c; & at 22?ic; 600 at 22c: 500 at 22'4
seller thirty days. " '
Shares sold, 13,900.
Selling value, $2111.37.
OPEN BOARD, ' ','
AJa.v, 500 at Cle.
Consolidated Mercur. 100 at 2c
Daly-Judge. 1C0 at $3.50, seller sixty
Daly West, 25 at J3f.75.
Ingot. 1000 at 121c.
Martha Washington. 10CO at lic
Now York, 1500 tit 2214c; GOO: at 22c. seller
thirty days; 800 at 2214c, seller thlrtv days:
Victor. W) at C14c. - .
Shares riold, C125.
Selling value. 42001.75.
Daly-Judge. 30 at ?3.0. 1
New York. 500 at 221ic; 500 at 22c
Shares sold. 3030. -
Selling value. $370.25. - ?': 7
OPEN" BOA'RD. "v ' '
California. 400 at 1c. ' '
Nalldrlvcr, 50) at 55c.
New Yoii 10X) at 2l4ic
Star Con., 3C0 at 21!c.
Tetro. 700 at 31'c.
AVabasii, 500 at 5ic.
Shares sold, 3400.
Selling value, J&03.75. '
Boston Copper Market.
Boston. Mass.. Jan. 2C More pressure
waa to be seen In copper shares todav.
Commission houses were Inclined to sell
and traders also offered a few stocks
around the room. Trading was alao very
limited and changes were gcncrallv frac
tional. In tho latter part of tho'dav a
better demand was seen In some of tho
leaden. Tho market closed Irregular.
Hornblower & AVoeks, brokers, 53 State
street, Boston, and 10 Wall ptreet. New
lork, furnish tho following quotations:
Sales. Ulgn. Low, Close.
Amalgamated .4.020 J50 75 JI3 75 $50.75
Bingham 200 23.25 23.00 23.00
United States ..3,300 21,25 20.C21A 20 75
Utah 030 34.0) .33 12.34.00
Daly-West 55.00 31,50 ' '
Mercur ci .CO '-..." "
Curb Boston, .VJ.OOSC 25.
TAMPA'S FIRST MATTE.
First Lot From Nevr Furnaces Now
Arriving at the Smelter.
The first consignment of matte, con
taining copper, gold and silver, will begin
to arrive at tho Taylor & Brunton sam
pler today, the lot to consist of about 250
tons and to go to reverbatorles In tho val
ley that offer the best orlce for It. Tho
quality of tho matte from tho new fur
naces determined by the sampler, the mar
ket will bo in a position to bid on It In.
telllgently, and It is not unlikely that a
contract will bo entered Into with one of
tho valley plants before the next conslen.
merit Is forwarded. The product Is a most
desirable one at tho furnaces and "in
cagor market no doubt awaits It.
Ore and Bullion.
. Tn the ore and bullion market the dav'a
settlements attained a total of $l"2 0
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as'thev
follow: American bullion, f46,SOO- gold
Dislocated Her Shoulder.
Mrs. Johanna Sodorbolm of Fergus
Falls, Minn , fell and dislocated her
shoulder. She had a surgeon get it back
in place as Boon as possible, but It was
quite sore and pained her very much. Her
son mentioned that he had seen Cham
berlain's Eain Balm advertised for
sprains and soreness, and she asked him
to buy her a bottle of it, which he did.
It quickly relieved her and enabled her
to sleep, which she had not done for
soveral days. The son was so much
pleased with the relief It gave his
mother that he has since recommended
It to many others. For sale by all drug-
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
Palmer Houuc. - ' '"'tif
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITT Midland, Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Annclus, B. F
Gardner, S05 Spring Street.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Impe
rial, Aator House.
OMAHA The Millard. Tho Faxton.
PORTLAND. OR, Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
bullion. J25.O0O; sold, silver, lead and cop',
per ores. $51,500,
In the metal market silver ruled nt 551
cents an ounce, lend nt S3.50 per hundred
pounds, and casting 'copper at 12 cents a
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
Snn Francisco. Jan. 2S. Tho ofllclal
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alia $ .11 Andes $ .31
Belcher 31 Mexican 1.55
Best & B 1.05 Occidental C 00
Caledonia 33 Ophlr 3.00
Challenge C.'.... 25 Overman 2.'!
Chollur 23 Polosl 20
(Jonddenco .. .. 1.05 Savage 50
Con. C. Sz V.... 1.50 Sierra Nevada .. .00
Con. Jmncrlnl... .03 -Silver .Hill C5
Crown Point .. .23 Union Con 81
Hixehequcr 15 Utah Con 13
Gould & Currle .35 yellow Jacket .. .12
Hale fc Nor..... .75
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con. ...$ .10 AH Ice S .27
:Broeco 10 Ontario COO
Urunswlck C... .05 Oshlr 1.50
JL'omstock T OS J'hoonlx 13
Con. C. & V.... 1 70 Potosl 25
Horn Silver 1.05 Savage 5J
Iron. Silver 1.25 Sierra Nevada .. .75
Leadvllle C 02 Small Hones .. .20
Wltlo Chief ... .CJ Standard 1.C0
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure- 2.50 Allouoz. ? 1.50
Amal 50.75 Parrot 22.50
Daly West .. 31.021i Quincy .... 90.0.0
Bingham .... 22.75 Fu Cop.. 2.00
C. & H..15OS455.0O Tamarack .. 105.00
Centennial .. 15.25 Trinity I.S7W
Copper R ... 45 00 V. States .. 20.S7!i
Doni. Coal .. 01 50 Utah 33.50
Franklin .... S 3714 Victoria .... 3.25
Isle Rnyale.. S.50 Winona 5.50
Mohawk 37.5i Wolverine .. 7.30
Old Dom. .. 10.50 L. Copper... C.CO
ON THE FORT HALL.
Lessons There Similar to Thoso
Taught at Eureka, TIntic District.
A staff correspondent of the Mining
World writing that Chicago publication
from Pocatello, Ida., says: Tho Fort Hall
Mining company Is operating with a con
siderable force. The mines are situated
about six miles south of Pocatollo. and
several compunies are spending money on
development nt the present time. The
Fort hall company has a tunnel upward of
1050 feet, and Is running to tap tho ledge
outcropping above. About 100 feet of ad
ditional work is estimated as necessary to
' accoTipllsh-thl, -and approximately twelve
feet qr work' per flay Is being done. Tho
main ledge Is copper stained, carrying gold
and sliver, and others cut In, from which
excellent specimens of gray copper have
been taken. This property, comprising
thirteen clnlms. was purchased by tho
Fort Hall company for S20.0C0, and a largo
amount has been expended the past season
for development and the Installation of a
Rand nlr compressor. The superintendent
of the Fort Hall mines. W. N. Ncsblt. for
merly of tho Bulllon-Bock. In Utah. Is of
the opinion that the ground In the Pocn
tcllo district Is geologically similar to that
in Eureka, Utah, and that there Is a pay
ing mlno in. tho ground being worked by
the Fort Inll -company. The foot wall Is
composed .of quartzlte and shale hanging
wall. The con pany is capitalized 'at $350.
000. and the president and sccretnrv. L A.
West and W. M. O'Dell, respectively,
make their headquarters In Pocatello'.
Quartz specimens taken from the breast
of the tunnel show well In gold, silver ana
copper, assays from which are reported as
averaging JSC per ton.
Trial of Action Involving S5,000,000
Opens in San Francisco.
San Francisco, Jan. 20 The suit Involv
ing considerably over $5,000,000, brought by
the Utah-Nevada company against Joseph
R. De La Mar, one of tho wealthiest min
ing operators m the country, will now oc
cupy the attention of a jury before Judge
Morrow In the United Statin Circuit court.
Tho suit. Which was originally brought 11.
the State courts. Involves the claim of
Isaac E. Blako to 40 per c?nl of the profits
of the Jim Crow and other mines In Lin
coln county, Novnda. now owned and
operated by De La Mar.
The Ulah-Nevada company claims that
De ba Mar has taken from tho properties
tho sum of $13,000,000 and that of this,
amount $5.2c0,500 Is duo the assignees Of
Bluke as his share of 10 per cent of tho
profits under agreement with Do La Mar.
DAWN AT STATELINE.
Salt Lake Expert Looks Into the
Johnny Mines and Mill.
Frank B. Cook, who has benn conduct
ing an examination of properly at State
line, returned from tho South again on
Monday night, and Is now walling on re
sults from the assuyer to decide tho fate
of the proposition. During his sojourn
at camp Mr. Cook was permitted to look
Into the properties of the Johnnv Mi
ning company, which he reports In ex
cellent condition, while the mill, with a
number of improvements, and under most
capable supervision, will start up again
next week on oro of line quality. Wlrilo
much Interest Is manifested at camp in
Ihe Interest of the Ophlr. there Is nothing
dcllnlto concerning it at this time.
Harper's Ely Deal. 'j
A number of tho parties who bonded
their interests In Ely mining properties to
D. N. Harper have requested the Review
to omit fro-n tho list certain claims for
one reason or another, and as tins list
could not. therefore, bo complete, it Is
withheld for the present, says the Mining
Review of Ely, Nev. The surveys ot the
Harper holdings and all other business
transacted In this camp by tho big syndi
cate will be under the direction of U. C
McDonald, whose thorough knowledge of
the district and Its mineral deposits pecu
liarly fits him for the responsibilities
which have beenentrusted to his care
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
' THE KENY0N.
Large, superb and incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance- telephone In
Typewriter papers," carbons, ribbons,
for all typewriters. Pembroke Station
ery Co. 'Phone 75S.
The clothes do not make the man, but
Gordon, the tailor, at 109 W, 2nd S.,
makps clothes to fit any man, and he
always hag the latest styles.
Wait for the Wngomakcr Card Index
Files and Filing Systems. It Is up-to-date
In Its 1904 freshness. No useless,
antiquated Incumbrancer We arc the
agents. Stock will be hero soon. Pem
broke Stationery Co. 'Pnone 75S,
FIRST LOT FROM MILL
Uncle Sam Introduces Its
PLANT DOING 6903 WORK
High-Grade Oros Fram Hum
Seven Cars of Oro Now at the Sam
pler Manager Chipman on Con
dition at the Froperties.
The first lot of concentrates from the
new mill with which the Undo Sam of
Tintlc has been equipped were marketed
yesterday on controls which netted it
521 04 per ton, this quite up to what
might have been, expected from the
initial run and a bran new plant. The
analysis revenlc-d 3S.7 per cent lead, 17.S
ounces sliver and 52.20 gold per ton,
the latter not a little astonishing, as the
headings Indicate but "traces" here and
there of the metal. That the next lot
will show an Improvement tho manage
ment has no doubt, while the effort wi.ll
be to maintain an average around 25
ounces silver, with 15 per cent lead,
the gold coming as it may. "The mill
at this time," said Manager Chipman, is
doing infinitely better as a youngster,
indeed, than could have been expected,
and," he added, "If I had the money to
spare not a share would be left on the
market at anything like present prices."
In addition to the concentrates, con
sisting of forty tons, tho company, has
at the sampler seven carloads of crude
ore. tho controls on a lot from Humbug
ground revealing as much as 115 ounces
silver, 15 per cent lead and ?3.S0 gold.
Manager Chipman says the property
has not been In so good a condition for
many montns, anu mat tne work in
new territory Is being prosecuted with
moat satisfactory results. While he
appreciates that only actual work can
demonstrate It, Mr. Chipman says there
are a number of stations on the lodge
at which there Is almost conclusive evi
dence that the channels are going to the
deep, and with greater resources at his
command he would not hesitate to
fathom them. However, conditions at
present are such an to afford assurance
of greatly increased earnings the pres
A SEVIER PAYMENT.
Ten Thousand Dollars More to Bo
Drawn Down on Monday.
Charley Lammersdorf, Who Is reveling
in the comforts of town- life after
so mnny years among the mining
camps, says there is no reason to be
lieve other than that the next payment
on the Sevier deal. Gold mountain, will
come as scheduled, on Monday next,
when S10.000 more, with a total of $70,
000, will have been added1 to his bank
roll. While the mill on the property
continues closed down owing to the ab
sence of water until the spring thaw,
work, snld he, ie progressing under
ground with the most satisfactory re
sults and with results that, at intervals,
are quite sensational. As usual Mr.
Lammersdorf is inquiring Into other
fields that afford opportunity for mi
SAMPLING COPPER PRINCE.
Another Alta Proposition to Be Act
ively Developed This Season.
The Copper Prince group of mines at
Alta is being carefuily sampled in be
half of the owners, and everything at
this time indicates that energetic, de
velopment will follow. It Is said of the
group which adjoins the properties of
the Contlnental-Alta and which Is
owned by persons with abundant means
with which to exploit it, that already
exposed in It is .a large body of ore
that will afford an average of over 4
per cent copper, 5 ounces silver and $1
gold per ton, and yet very little work
has. been done, although the ledge has
been tapped by tunnel as well as by a
RAISED THE CONSUMER.
Smelting Company Again Advances
. the Price of Pig Lend.
A New York dispatch says the advance
made In tho price of pig lead by the Amer
ican Sneltlng and Reflnlnc company
makes the price higher than it has been
for over two years. The present price ot
$1.50 per hundred pounds compares with
$1.07,-i In January, 1903. and with $1 at tho
corresponding period In 1002. Thero have
boon three advances In pig lead within the
past six weeks, all of which will be grati
fying news to the producer of tho raw ar
ticle. In Joplln, Mo., tho producer Is re
ceiving 55S per ton for his lead ores of tha
standard required, tho highest figure lit
ton years, according to a dispatch from
O. J. TERMINAL.
Station Destroyed by Fire to Be Re
stored at Early Day.
The machinery with which to oqulp tho
Old Jordan terminal on tho lino of tho
United States tramway at Bingham Is
speeding westward, according to advices
received during tho day, and a week after
its arrival, said Mr. Leon, tho loading oC
oro at that station will have been resumed
Meanwhile the lumber with which to re
store the building proper In upon tho
ground. The consignment of machinery
now In transit has a weight of about "5 000
NEW COAL FIND;
Anthracite on Leap Creek in. "Wash
ington County. Creates Excitement.
J. Shelby Ferris, telling tho Cedar Cty
Record of tho discovery arid character of
the new coal measures in Washington
county, this State, says:
This new discovery Is located about fivo
miles south of tho lino between Iron and
Washington counties, on what is known
as Potcr Leap creek, and is distant about
seven miles from the Harmony coal mlno
In this county
Tho vein was discovered by Hcbcr S.
Marshall of Tropic whllo searching for
coal on and near the site of the old
church diggings which wcro worked In
lid. Tho vein discovered by Mr. Mar
shall Is a mile or two north of theso old
diggings. Tho footwnll formation Is sand
rock and the ganguo matter of tho vein
Is carbonized slate, with 'truu veins of
anthracite coal and clamlnatlons of slate.
Tho formation above Is lime with red
conglomerate on lop of that The entire
field comprises about OC0 acres, with vari
ous coal clns cropping out all along tho
line of the footwall formations. An ex
amination of tho coal that has been dug
out shows It to bo a true anthracite coal,
burning readily with a light blue llamo
and no smoko, Indicating the prcsenco of
but little. If any, sulphur. Hcbcr S. Mar
shall of Tropic. William Harris of Leeds,
A. F. Gregersoh and J. S. Ferris of Bcllc
vuo, and James V. Ferris of Colorado
City, Colo., havo each secured a quarter
soctlon of tho land, rind it Is tho Intention
of the parties to form a company and
commenco work on tho vein lmmmcdl
utelv. Jnmcs V. Ferris, who Is a son of
J. S. Ferris, Is a mining expert and ha3
mado a personal examination of tho
.situation at thlB new coal vein The gen
tleman was much Impressed with tho
prospects and declares tho deposit to bo
unquestionably genuine anthracite, and is
taking with him a number of samples
which ho expects will bo tho means of
bringing in capital from his homo State.
Tho vein Is four feet wide and Is within
four miles of iho surveyed lino of the
Denver & Rio Grande rollroad In tho pass
abovo Bellevuu that leads Into Washing
i PARK CITY MINES.
Daly-Judge Prospecting Force Ma
jesties Samples Tho Now York.
Park City, Jan. 2C Tho miners of the
morning shift at the Daly-Judge were
laid off today and the night ohlft will bo
laid off in tho morning. The timbermcn
and muckers will also go tomorrow. John
McSorley has already begun to rocruit
his prospecting force. There will be work
for the mlllmen until the first of the
month. Tho omployecs of tho Daly-Judge,
before leaving, made 3cvcrul presents to
the officials of tho mine, with appropriate
speeches expressing appreciation and es
teem. Manager N. W. Dnnyon received
a gold watchchan and Foreman R. Heath
and Shiftboss Gcorgo Stockman each re
ceived a gold watch.
Returns havo Just been received on tho
samples brought over from the Park City
Majestic by the officers and stockhold
ers of tl)o company who visited tho prop
erty Sunday. They are assays of rook
shot from the'faco of tho drift while tho
party was Inspecting tho property, and
show 0 per cent lead, four ounces" silver
and a trace of copper. Tho members of
tho company aro highly elated over tho
results, faking into consideration tho fact
that tho rock comes from no defined vein
ami from a point only sixty feet from
the mouth of the tunnel. This is a con
siderable Improvement over the last as
say, thirty feet nearer tho tunnel mouth,
which showed 2 per cent lead and three
The drifting force in tho westerly drift
on the 400-foot Ievol in tho New York
Bonanza has, according to present signs
and Indications, passed through tho ore
cnuto recently encountered. Tho ore has
practically disappeared from the faco of
tho drift. Tho chimney of ore Just pono
tralcd 13 by far tho largest and most
Important ono found in the New York Bo
nanza, measuring eighty feet wide and
of considerable thickness. Tho largest oro
chimney heretofore discovered was In tho
easterly drift and was thirty feot wide.
Irdlcatlons seem to point to tho frequent
occurrenco of theso chutes, so that tho
advance of the drifting force on tho
westerly vein Is watched with interest.
NEAR THE WOODSIDE.
Mr. Newell's Holdings to Be Explored
Again the Present Year.
Among others who aro watching every
move In the Woodsldo of Park City Is
Honry Nowell, who has long been tho
owner of a group consisting of the Silver
Hill and others, by which the Woodsldo is
adjoined on tho northeast. The group is
patented and has long remained idle but
Mr. Jsewcll is readv to begin active devel
opment any time It Is demonstrated that
the old channel recovered by Prof. Jenney
s heading In his direction. . Certainly the
location of tho group is a most favorable
one and ought to be among the live ones
the present season.
BLACKBIRD'S BIG LEDGE. I
Cross-Cut Now Shows a Hundred Feet
of New Milling Ore.
Down at tho properties of the Blackbird
Mining company is Coppor gulch, out of
Frisco, the big ledge has boon crosscut for
thirty feet in ono direction and seventy
in the opposite, said Parrlngton M Mc
Crea, superintendent of tho group.' yes
terday, and yet neither wall has been en
countered. The ore Is Identical with that
by which the region Is characterized, and
like the Cactus, affords a milling proposi
tion. Superintendent McCrea la quite en
thusiastic over tho camp and sees In It
the making of one of the most productive
in tne State.
Copper Mountain Group.
Park City, Jan. 2C-W. H. West, man
ager of the Park, City Mining and Devel
opment companyrroturncd from the Cop
per Mountain group In Morgan county to
vi i A ii V? heTw'nt in company with
?hC:.Vre3'dnt J" P- "nrtmnii to locate
,.?.. t0,of th0 I,roPOscd tunnel and launch
developing operations on tho now
Grounds. The tunnel site was located
three-fourths of a mile south of the We
ber river at a point between the gradual
and stcop portion of the hill. Mr Hart-
Ono shift will conduct operations until
I-ebruary loth, when another will bo add
ed. Accommodations havo boon provided
- for tho men near tho tunnel site, so that
developments will bo pushed all winler
w lh.out , a h5' The company has very
wisely decided to push the tunnel along
the strike of the ledge, and the copper-
bearing vein will bo tenaciously adhered
to. It is estimated that 500 feot of drift
ing will gain as many feet of depth.
Tho tunnel will follow a vein which has
shown In many places the presence or a
very rich seam of copper from six Inches
to two feet In width. While picked speci
mens havo shown from 42 to 50 per cent
copper, perhaps the avcrapo of thp scam
would return In the neighborhood of 15
per cent. Thero are persistent rumors to
tho effect that Jesso Knight and others of
Provo are bargaining for tho group or
claims which border tho Copper mountain
on tho south and that extcnfllvo develop
ments arc planned.
Harry B. Cole, tho well-known mining
broker, left for Park City again yester
Manager D. C. Bahlfing of tho Hunter
group In tho Cocnr d'Alenes leaves for
the north again next week.
Tho Yankee Con. df Tintlc promises to
report with a car of ore that will mako
a new record In quality next week.
J. B. Thompson and Ben T. Lloyd havo
returned from Beaver county, after look
ing Into their copper-bearing interests.
Wiliard F. Snvdcr has been at Sharon,
Pa , tho guest of Messrs. Kimborly and
Buhl, who ore prominently Identified with
Robert J. Coleman Is In Now York city
exploiting tho sale of mlnlug property at
Cananoa, Mexico, tho homo of tho Greene
Con. mines and smelters.
For reasons not released by the share
holders, tho annual meeting of the Black
bird Mining company was yesterday ad
journed until February 20tb.
J. B Smlthson, who conducts tho hotel
. nt Statellne. while engaging quito active
ly In mining, Is In the city ncaln and looks
forward to many developments the pres
Grant Snyder of the Western Explora
tion company left for Bingham canyon
yesterday morning to study tho Yampas
new furnaces. Ho was accompanied by
S. M. Lovcy.
A letter from Mrs. M. J. Flynn, who 13
now with her husband at tho Groat
Boulder Pcrsovcranco mines in West Aus
tralia, tells of tho serious illnors of her
.husband, who was a former superintend
ent of the Sacramento of Mercur.
"The shares of tho Daly West Mining
company," say Hayden. Stono & Co. of
Boston, In their weekly letter, "aro yield
ing a lower Incomo than any stock on tho
Boston board. At JC4 the dividend yield
Is 23 per cent. This large yield naturally
draws suspicion, but up to tho presont wo
havo ascertained no serious 'out regard
ing tho mine or Its management."
Joslah II. Trcrlse, who has boon in tho
employ of tho Montana Ore Purchasing
company at Butte. Mont., as mining on
glneer. has been promoted to tho position
of consulting engineer. Gcorgo 11. Rob
inson, it is snld. will bo retained, but his
private business in Utah demands a great
deal of his time, and an assistant has been
found necessary, says the Mining World.
And Every thing
Known in Music
at Reducsd Prices
Carstensen & Anson Co.
Temple of Music
?4 MAIN STREET
Formerly Daynes Music Comapny.
Primary, Secondary or Tartlnry Hood Poison
Pormanontly Cured, Yon can bo trentod at hotna
under satno guaranty. Capital W00.CKO. Wo solicit
tho most obgint4 eaten. We bnvd curod the worst
cases in 15 to 33 dnjs. If you hove tnkon mercury,
lodhlo potash and a til 1 huvo aches nnd palm. Uncus
Patchon In Month. Soro Thront, Pimples, Coppor
Colored Spots. Ulcora on any part of tho body, H&lr
or Eyobrovrs falling out, wrlto for proofs of curea.
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NOTICE OP ASSESSMENT.
Godlva Mining company, principal placo
of business room No. 310 Whltlngham
block. West First South street, Salt Lako
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors of tho Godlva Mi
ning company, held on the 2tth day of
January. 1001, an assessment of ono dollar
per share was levied on tho capital stock
of tho corporation, payable on or be
fore tho 20th day of February, 1904, to J
E, Berkloy. secretary of tho company, at
room No. 310 in tho Whltlngham blook, on
West First South stroet, In Salt Dako
City. Utah. Any stock upon which this
assessment may remain unpaid on tho
1st day of March, 10O4. will bo dollnqucnt
nnd advertized for sale at public auction,
and. unless payment Is made before, will
bo sold on tho 19th day of March, to
pay the delinquent assessment, togother
with tho cost of advertising and expense
of sale. J. 13. BERKLEY,
Room 310 Whltlngham Block, West First
South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. r210S
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