HI G The Salt Lake TraBiiNEi .Friday Mobxeng-, February 5, 1904. I
I' MILLS FOR THUNDER
Feur Nw Plants Ordered
for the Regin.
THE WINTER'S DEVELOPMENT
1 , Gild Ors In Extraartflnary
' One Hundred and Forty Stamps Now
Hj Piled Up at Terminus and Boise
I Provisions for Sp'ring.
j Wherever systematic work has been
done upon Thunder Mountain results
K" i j have been favorable, and While the
Hr i I nvorage rock is low grade, so simple are
Hl the methods required to extract the
precious metal, wild H. B. Fulton, who
P i came direct from camp yesterday, with
! the East as his destination, that the
! margins will compare favorably with
those of other camps that afford a
, I higher average. Indeed, nothing has
H occurred to demonstrate other than that
Hl the ores of Thunder Mountain arc free
' milling to a depth of TOO feet, said the
1 traveler, nor Is there anything on that
horizon to Indicate a change. Mr. Ful
P ( . ton wn? among the first to plant his
K I stakes on Thunder mountain, and Is
Hl now the camp representative of five dlf-
I ferent companies that arc operating
I there. With what results the campaign
B j at Thunder Mountain has been prose
H cuted the machinery now piled up at
H 1 the present terminus of the wagon road
H : and awaiting its completion into camp
H affords, perhaps, tho most substantial
evidence. In this there are no fewer
H than 120 stamps, sayy Mr. Fulton, while
H at Boise awaiting the reopening of the
H trail Is the material for a mill with a
H battery of twenty stamps, with which
Hr the South Dewey group is to be
H equipped the present season. Tho
H J stamps at Terminus arc for Dewey and
' Belle of Thunder Mountain equipment.
HT On the Sunnysldc group, owned by the
Belle of Thunder Mountains company,
2000 feet of development has been pros
. ecuted, with some of the ores as rich
H J ap tho miner ever rested eyes on, said
I j Mr. Fulton, while at a depth of 700 feet
, ' j the management of the Dewey is devcl
j ' oping $10 rock, with tho streak of rich
i j ore as persistent at that depth as on
i any other level. The mill on the prop-
erty Is now reducing flfly-flvo tons of
' this class of ore every twenty-four
H hours, the saving so close that the
H tables which were formerly installed
fl' have been discarded.
Indeed the developments throughout
m the zone have been with results that are
K quite extraordinary, for of over a
l hundred hole? that have been sunk up-
P' , on it, not a single one has ever been
B The most powerful evidence of re-
suits achieved at Thunder mountain is
that Mr. Fulton, who was the pioneer
manager of the Dewey, is taking with
PhhV him Fast orders for four new and in
M' , dependent mills, these In addition to
p those being installed on the Fulton and
L Twentieth Century groups, the former
A i to be equipped with twenty stamps, the
latter to begin with forty. Included in
i these orders for new mills is the Pltts-
burg, which will be provided with twen
b ty stamps, tho Empress with ten
H , stamps and the properties of the Idaho
H 1 1 Mining company with ten.
j 11 With all these batteries In operation,
Thunder mountain cannot but vindl-
. ( cate thoBe who have adhered to it, not-
1 withstanding the defamatory reports of
B those who prospected it from some emi-
. mencc a hundred miles distant, while
M Mr. Fulton has no doubt of its ultimate
V productiveness and prominence upon
J the, map of Western gold diggings.
M At the terminus of the road Mr. Ful
( I ton has 75,000 pounds of provisions, that
H ; will reach the camp in time to conserve
H the needs of spring, and while six feet
of snow la now upon the region, this
J ' will vanish at the usual time,
v , ( J The Fulton group, which has re
I I , sponded so freely with Its gold-bearing
? . oret?, Is one in which prominent Salt
Lake talent was Induced by E. H. Mead
j j . to Invest two years ago, while evcrv
I thing within it at this time Is favorable
to big results. A sawmill taken In by
T ' Mr. Fulton last season is turning out
B ! lumber for the new plant, and with
this upon the ground construction at
J ( ; each of them should progress to early
Mr. Fulton leaves fop the East this
1 morning, with rush orders for the big
inventory of stamps ond other ma
' J TALMA GE ON OPALS.
i Interesting Analysis of Samples
ij ) From Lemhi Co.'s Deposits. "
HF ; J i Dr. James E. Talmage of the depart
F V c ment of geology of the University of
''it fITtan haP 3U3t completed an analysis
! iot- samples of opals and opaline m!n
; erals from the deposits of the Lemhi
j, Opal company, located ot a point 100
miles distant from Mackay, the pres
!i cnt termlnu3 of the Blackfoot branch
Hl ' I1 Sof e reen Short Line railway, and
h I j' ; says the results ufford a moat favorable
jl, comparison with opals of the best com-
( v. merchil quality. The opals submitted
iii(:sayH Dr. Talmage. in his conclusions!
i, comprise a wide range as to variety
. II ;and quality. Of their kind, they are
jj.i nil relatively pure homogeneous and
incompact aB to structure. The stones
VB 1 . valuauI(-as Bems are the "precious" and
; t yii"ttrc" opals. Of these, the specimens
' submitted are rich in color, Intense Jn
, (I lire, and in color and Iridescence com
4 ,j Jpare favorably with the best Hunga
Hl Sr,nn opals, although the recent sam-
flPles were inferior in size and In qual
! klty to a number of opals previously
a nubmitted, but which were withheld
L fi . 'or treatment by the Japidlst. Some
1 f of the stones yet in the matrix present
H' r i undoubted evidence of surface weather
It B tnrouSh exposure for long periods
Hl II : of time; yet among these arc some ot
B ' the best of the "precious" and "fire"
YAH t opals. This affords conclusive evidence
Kr J ' of c0"1" of the capacity of the stones
I lM prescn'e tnelr color and fire-. In his
B" I I ,: Jl,tlsment, the samples submitted are
, oI high quality t.s gem stones, and in
j commercial quantity ought to command
'1 i : market at considerable proHt. "With
j i Ji PUch promising material, the company
t would ,,c'" concludes Dr Talmage, "Jus-
f tlfled in prosecuting a detailed field ex-
Ml ''LTno BamPlea reveal many delicate
4iTr ' rlch an1 Pasiner, with reds and
greens as well as tho Harlequin sub
variety. The lire-opal shows a hya
cinth red to honey yellow with flory re
flections, while, In addition to Ihle, arc
the milk-opal, tho reeln-opul, hyalite
Tho Intention of the company, which
in its organization inoludes Thomas
Marloneaux, W. Tj. Cook. A. II. Blr
rcll, Gov. Wells, 3. ft. Thurmon, Sam
uel A. King and J. A. Brown, Is to
proceed with systematlo work as soon
as tho season opens, while a fine col
lection will add to the witcheries of the
mineral exhibit at St. Louis.
THE DAY ON" 'CHANGE.
Con. Merour Again Badly Damaged,
as Was Daly-trudge.
The day on tho mining exchange
closed with but $4920.25 In the cash reg
ister, this the proceeds of 34,700 shares
with which the Investor took his de
parture. Con. Mercur, staggering under
the weight of adverse reports from the
street, receded to 5G cents spot, with
the shorts agreeing to deliver It thirty
days hence ot a. cent less; while Daly
Judge fell with a crash to $3.S5, with
Daly flattening out to $2.17. notwith
standing favorable reports from Its Ma
zeppa ground. Active buying of Now
York for Park City as well as local
interests moved It from 19U to 21 cents,
while Mny Day. on the other hand, was
hammered down to Gft, with 7 cents
paid for it nt tho close. Lower Mam
moth was reduced to 3Si, with Petro
changing hands at 5 cents and Utah
of Fish Springs at 15. Sacramento was
again eagerly sought around 20 cents,
while Yankee Con. recorded transfers
at 421, and Totro nt 30. In the sparring
Daly West was marked up to $35.35,
while AJax found a market at 7 cents,
with Martha Washington wrapping up
12,000 around old prices, the day clos
ing on tho following market:
I A. M. Call. II P. M. Call.
T Bid. lABkod.ll Did. lAskcd.
AJax I? .0311$ .( 11$ .Oil.
Allco I -If. .IS
Bui-Beck ... .70 ! i .70
But-Lib Kl .101 .OO'il .1QA
California I .12 I 1R
Carisa 10 .lOVJI .03TC .W.$
Century . .. .7t .SI I .72'.i -WHi
Creole I .35
Con Mercur. .BfiHl .57M' .55 .K
Dnlv 2.17UI 2.35 2.05
Dnly-Judg . 3.Fo 1.05 3.S5 i.05
Dalv West.. 34.75 I 35.30 34.75 I 35.35
Emornld . .. .02VA .03 .oavj .03
E & B B 1 52".
G Ccntml ... 2.75 I 3.25 2.75 3.10
IT SUvor .... 1.00 1 1.05
Ingot 01-V, .02 .01i .02
J Bowers 00-K 1 00U
Little. Bell . 1.10 1.10
L Mammoth. .3Si .30?il .3S"; .30
Mammoth ... .SO 1.20 I 1.20
Manhattan 00 1-lGj 05 l-li
Mav Dny .. .o? .OVi( .0 .O
Mar Wash .. .OUi .Olii .01 .OHi
New York .. .19 .20 .ID .20
OnUirlo .. .. 5.05 6.05 G.05
Petro 01 .10 .05ii .Of.Vi
Bocco-ir 50 fo
Sunshlno . .. ! .10 10
Swansea 12 40
S Swonsea .. .01 .10 .04 .15
Sacramento .20 .21 .lf .19Ji
Silver King. G3.05 G5.00 61.00
Star Con ... .IS .5)1 .18 .20
S Shield 02 .02 03
Tetro 30 .SOU .20& .30
I" States .... 20.50 22.50 I 20.05 22.00
U S Con 23T.! .25i .23 .25(,
Victor 03il I .05 .0.1
WnbRflh 05 .OJ .05 .05
Yankee C .. .421 .45 .424 .44
MORNING SALES. '
May Day, 1000 at 7c; 1000 at G?ic; 1000 at
Martha Washington. 1000 at lic
New York, COO at 19Vlc.
Ia Bolne. 105 nt 3!4c.
Totro. 505 at 30c.
Shares sold, 5100.
Selling value, $459.75.
AJax. 1050 at 7c.
Con. Mercur. 700 at 57c.
Daly, 105 at $2.17.
May Day. 1005 at G;ic: 1050 at 7c.
Martha Washington, 3005 at ltfcj 5000 at
lic. buyer 15 days.
Petro, 500 at 5c.
Tetro. 205 at 20c
Shares sold, 12.KO.
Selling value, $103(3.50.
Con. Mercur, 200 at 55c, seller 47 days;
2(0 at 5Cc.
Daly-Judge. 105 at t3.S5.
Lower Mammoth, 100 at 3Sic; 200 at 29c.
Sacramento. 1005 at 204c, buyer 00 days;
SCO at 20c; 1500 at 20c, buyor CO days; 5(0 at
19V4c; 1000 at 19-c, buyer CO dnyu.
Yankee Con.. 300 at i2lM.
Shares sold. 6505.
Selling value, $1750.25.
Con. Mercur, 3(0 at 5Jc; ICO at 55c, seller
Martha Washington. 2000 at IVic.
New York. 1000 at 19'c. seller CO days;
20)0 at 20c: 1000 at 20&c; 1000 at 20c, pellcr
10 days; S05 at 21c,
Utah. 5(0 at 45c.
Wabafih. E00 at 6,ic.
Shares sold. 11,200.
Selling value, $1G73.73.
Boston Copper Market.
Boston, Mass.. Feb. 4. Dullness was the
most characteristic feature of the local
market today. Stocks were not qulto so
plentiful and there appeared to bo a firm
er undertone than yesterday, although
thcru was very little trading outside of
Amalgamated. There Is a renewed feeling
that wo are to have a better copper mar
ket, but no one sccma Inclined to give
them a start Just at present. Horn
blower & Weeks, brokers, 53 State atrcet,
Boston, and 10 Wall street. Now York,
furnish the following quotations:
Sales. High. Low, Close.
Amalgamated ....4CXJ $49.00 $JS.O $4S (0
Bingham 100 21.50
Daly West 125 35. CO 35.(0 3550
United States 305 1W.C0
Utah S15 33.12',d 32.75 32.75
Mercur 55 .05
Curb Boston, 5. 750(1.05.
AT CON. MERCUR. '
Slimes Plant to Got Down to Continu
ous Performances Next "Week.
George Dern, manager of the Con.
Mercur Mining company's mines and
mill at Mercur, leaves for camp again
this morning, with assurances that the
new .slimes plant Installed by George
Moore will go into active and continu
ous commission on Wednesday next.
Mr. Moore, whose- arrival from Dead
wood, S. D., is scheduled for today, is
to be present at the event. At present
the management Is putting 500 tons of
ore dally through the mill, while the
Men and Womtn Unanimous About
1 n?"!'fortc'1 because their onco ma-?5-5nt
J63"3 httva bocomo thin and
Laaca. Many men incline to profanitv
thi?heftnlhA ,nIyH bl.t0 LhroCh tho t f.
n h n ,'hclr cranluma. It will bo gpod
placed upon tho market. Thin Ib tho r.
scalp goi-mlcldo and antlaoptio that aV"-s
, lh underlylnc cftiioo of all hair d.
lion. x,aJ0 aftor a now formula on AV
tr.-3 .. a i.i toothy ns to Us worth. Vr
t yotirsolf nnd ba convinced BoiJ bv
leading dniKslst-i. Send 10c. in atam?
for Hample to T( HorplcWo Co., DetSIt
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parkor.
. CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DI3NVER Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus. B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, "Aator IIouso.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS-Plantcra", Southern.
BE3ATTLE Hotel Northorn.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Rnlolgh.
new development In Golden Oate ground
Is proving one of the most Important
In the history of the domain. The force
at tho mine and mill, said Manager
Dern last night, has been reduced to
2S0 men, und with these he Is getting
all the service required.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
San Francisco. Feb. 4. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wore as follows:
Andes $ .23 Mexican ,.$1.50
Best & Belcher. 1.85 Occidental C ... .7S
Belcher 33 Ophlr 3.05
Caledonia 1.00 Overman 32
Challenge C 22 Poloal 18
Chollar IS Savage 15
Contlctonco 95 Seg Bolchcr 07
C C Vu 1.55 Sierra Nov 57
Con Imperial ... .02 Silver T I 111 67
Crown Point 26 Standard 2.05
Exchequer 14 Union Con
Gould & Curry.. .31 Utah Con 22
Halo & Nor 70 Yellow Jacket .. .4S
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .10 Llttlo Chief .07
Allco IS Ontario G.00
Breoce. 10 Ophlr 3.15
Brunswick C ... .05 Phoenix (0
Comstock T 07 Potosl IS
C C & Vn 1.50 Savage 41
Horn Silver .... 1.20 Sierra Nov CC
Iron Sllvor 1.25 Smull Hopes ... .10
Lendvlllo C 02 Standard 2.25
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 2.25 Old Dom 9.50
Alloucr. .. .. 4.25 Osceola 5S.05
Amal IS. 05 Parrot 24.00
Dalv AVo.it .. JW.oo Qulncy S0.O5
Bingham .... 21.2.". S F Copper.. 1.75
C .t H M1.00 Tamarack .. 102.00
Centennial .. 15. E0 Trinity 4.75
Copper R 43.05 u States .... 20.25
Dom Con I .. CO.oo Utah S2.S7M
Franklin .... S.M Victoria .... 31.00
Isle Royalo.. R.on Winona .. .. G.25
Mohawk .... 30. m Wolverlno .. 71.00
TO WORK TEXAS.
Park City Talent Will Develop Pros
pects Out of Bountiful.
TTRIBUNE SPECf AL.
Park City, Feb. 4. The- Texas Mining
company, formed largely of local talent,
among whose officers are State- Repre
sentative E. P. Evans,. president; W. D.
Evans, vice-president and manager; J.
T. Evans nnd A. R. Burg. Is about to
resume development work on its group
of eight claims six miles east of Boun
tiful. This was decided upon recently,
and It Is expected that two shifts will
be put to work within a short time.
The officers of the company here have
on exhibition samples of ore taken
from various parts of their prospect
which certainly denote a remarkable
amount of wealth very near the sur
face. They consist of specimens of ga
lena and copper-bearing quartz, and run
well In four metals. The scam from
which they were Liken varies from four
to twelve Inches In thickness, and has
been exposed by a twenty-eight-foot
tunnel, a shaft at the end of this bore
of forty feet depth, and a tunnel along
the strike of the vein for 150 feet. In
the whole length of this tunnel, which
gains depth rapidly, the ore seam Is
continuous, widening In several places
Into very promising channels. In the
shaft the ore shows up In exceptionally
promising quantities. Eight tons have
already been taken out and piled upon
tfie dump. The average lead assay for
the seam and at various points, accord
ing to W. D. Evans, is 27 per cent, and
the best assay so far taken shows tho
presence of 75 ner cent lead. In addi
tion, says Mr. Evans, silver occurs In
quantities varying from 12 to 40 ounces,
there Is about C per cent copper and
gold assays run all thy way from SO
cents to 53.50.
It Is the Intention of the company to
put Its men at work in the 150-foot tun
nel and continue along the strike of
the vein, by which policy a. great depth
can be conveniently and readily at
tained. The hill will give 1000 feet of
depth, or enough to Insure a mine If It
Is there. In addition, shafts will be
WEALTH OF ASPEN.
Colorado Camp That Continues Large
Output of Whito Metal.
Samuel Clark, for many years 'identi
fied with commercial nnd mining pur
suits at Aspen, Colo., came In fiom that
abode of bonanza kings yesterday, ac
companied by Mrs, Clark, the visitors,
after a few days with their children,
who are In attendance upon Rowland
hall, to continue to California, where
they will remain for several weeks. Of
Aspen Mr. Clark says that while the
average contents of Its output have di
minished, the tonnage continues quite
heavy, with employment nfforded a
large number. While the Mollle Gibson
and Smuggler have closed the sensa
tional chapters In their careers, the
Percy mines, opened up by George New
man, constitute the greatest silver
proposition at this em In Colorado, with
some- In the patriarchal list coming for
ward at intervals with a closet of ore
that would have astonished the world
in former days. Mr. Clark, who has a
number of Investments in this city and
upon Its margins. Is more favorably im
pressed with each visit, and It Is not
unlikely that he will at least establish
a branch house before the season has
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Blue Point Perfcctos,
Utah's Favorite Cigar.
Tho Breeden Offlco Supply Co.
Are agents for the Globe-Wernicke
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card Index
The Breeden Office Supply Co.
Arc agents for tho Globe-Wernlcko
ALTON'S LEAD ORES
Rich in Silver and Well Up
NOW IN VIRGIN GROUND
Copper Bearing Channel in
Followed for a Hundred Feet in Low
er Workings Seven Per Cent
Copper in Sampson.
From the Dalton & Lark group at
Bingham Is coming a quality of lead
oro at this tlmo that Is reminiscent of
palmiest days In the career of that sys
tem of Bingham producers about which
tho Bingham Con.'s embrace was
thrown a fow years ago, some of It re
vealing over 100 ounces silver and 40
per cent lend, with $40 gold per ton,
while another, class from the samo
channel showy as much as 50 per cent
lend, with less sliver and gold. Indeed,
the latter metal Is qulto capricious, and
with a $3 average for the ores now ex
posed Superintendent R. W. Rodgers,
who was a visitor at the general ofllces
yesterday, will bo contented. The
channel In which these ores occur ond
which has become a soursc of no insig
nificant revenue, notwithstanding tho
partiality of tho Bingham minor to cop
per, wns oponcd up at a depth of 1075
feet in tho Dalton lodge and has now
been followed on its strike for fifty
feet, with the ore as, strong on top nnd
In the bottom of the level as Is It in the
face. In the Brooklyn ledge, where tho
ferro-sulphides carrying characteristic
values In gold nnd sliver, the channel
had now been followed for sevcniy-flvo
feet to the west and twenty-five feet
east, with the level In virgin ground
and entirely in ore. The extent of this
channel had not been determined when
Superintendent Rodgers wns summoned
to town, but It wns eighteen feet be
tween Avails on tho level abovo and
there I? nothing to indlcato less strength
below. Conditions in the Sampson ledge
nre equally gratifying, tho ores from
that source maintaining nn average of 7
per cent copper, with somo gold and sll
vor. while the output of the Dalton &
Lark system Is now averaging 125 tons
dally, with 200 tons coming dally from
the company's Commercial group. Su
perintendent Rodgers. under whoso In
telligent direction so many chnnges
have been wrought, is quite enthusias
tic over conditions throughout nt the
Bingham groups and promises a new
record of production as soon as trans
portation over the Copper Belt railway
shall permit. He leaves for camp again
Mino Forces Hetired While Waiting
on Important Negotiations.
Pending the fato of negotiations in
the East that must materially affect
the future of the Majestic company's
operations in this State, the forces that
have been engaged upon tho develop
ment of- its territory in Beaver county
have been retired and operations mo
mentarily suspended by Mr. Mays, act
ing manager at camp. These advices,
not unexpected, which came yesterday
morning from camp, add that funds
with which to discharge the payrolls
are hourly expected from the East,
while the negotiations at this time are
characterized as most favorable to ends
the company has been seeking for sev
eral wecky. Manager Mays wires that
a few persons will enable him to keep
the camp-fires going and conditions
alive, but thut he will undertake no
more for the present. It I3 understood
that the trustees are making progress
In the reorganization upon which they
started and that definite advices will be
forwarded In a few days.
IN OLD TELEGRAPH.
Copper Ores as Rich as Any Ever
Found in tho Old Cnmp.
A sample of ore with which Superin
tendent Allen yesterday roturned from
the latest disclosure in the Old Tele
graph group, belonging to the United
States Mining company's Bingham sys
tem, toll of the presence of copper In
percentages that compare favorably
with those of any cnmp of copper In the
land. The sample in question affords a
typical lesson on "bornlte, chalcopyrlto
and other varieties of high-grade cop
per sulphides as they occur at Bingham,
while an analysis reveals the presence
of over 520 gold, with argentiferous
contents in excess of the average. Tho
new ore body, which has been crosscut
for seventy feet on the strike, is one
of the largest that has been opened up
in that territory, and while tho mass
will average nothing like percentages
contained In picked samples, it Is said
by those in a position to know that the
contents show a very pronounced Increase.
DOG FOUND "IT.
A Tale From San Francisco That Will
Interest the Prospector.
Thinking their dog was chasing a
mountain lion or some other wild' beast,
IL Roth and A. E. Montmorency, two
miners from Nye county, Nevada, seized
their guno and followed until the dog
came to a stop on the top of a great
bowlder. The animal was making no
attempt to discover the lost trail, but
was standing rigid on the rock, his nose
In tho air. As soon as his masters ar
rived ho wagged his tall, barked onco
or twice and disappeared in the un
derbrush, says a San Francisco dispatch
to tho New York Press.
Surprised by the strange behavior of
the animal, tho men began an Investi
gation, and soon discovered that the
rock was the outcropping of a rich
ledgo of ore containing gold and silver.
Measurements of the body was taken
and it was learned that (he lead was
forty-two feet wide and extended in a
visible line for over 2250 feet. An assay
of the ore was made and It was found
to run from 5S to 512G per ton.
The ledge Is in Nye county, aeventy
iiyo miles from Tonopah and twenty-
five miles cast of Downlcvllle, the fa
mous old mining camp, which employed
hundreds of men in tho days of the
pioneers. It is a well-traveled part of
the country, nnd many old miners have
prospected in that region, but It re
mained for a dog to discover the hidden
SETTLED WITH DONOVON.
Money Coming in Satisfaction of
Claims on Grubstake.
A telegram from John C. Gray, repre
senting De Witt B. Lowe of this city
In his scrap with John J. Donovon, a
former captain of Salt Lake police, over J
grub-stake Interests in the Klondike,
Informs hlo client that a settlement was 1
consummated yesterday, and that the I
proceeds are now on the way to ZIon.
What the sum to be received by Mr.
Lowe Is, that gentlemnn would not di
vulge yesterday, although it Is said that
it oxecedo the- proceeds of u dull day In
the pit. It is understood that Capt.
Donovon will return to his camp In
Alaska to continue the development of
valuable acquisitions there, and that
he will probably visit his old home again
UNDERGROUND AT ROCCO.
Tunnel Now Putting Down to a Depth
of 1000 Feet.
A photograph of the underground
workings of the Rocco-Homestnkc com
pany's mines at Eureka, Nev., and from
which dividends began to arrive In town
again last month, reveals a good many
thousand feet of development, while
certifying to the presence of nearly 5000
tons of high-grade lead ore containing
some silver. To get Into lower levels
the management, which Is under the
direction of Bert Smith, writes that the
new shaft, equipped with a double
cylinder engine, hns now reached the
150-foot level, with a thousand feet its
destination, connection with the main
workings to be made along that hori
zon. For the putting down of this
shaft, said Prof; Tlbbals, to whom the
photograph of the workings came yes
terday, a fund was created during the
suspension of dividends, and that bread
money will now be passed around each
recurring month appears quite well assured.
CARISA'S FINE ORE.
Three Lots of Splendid Quality Add
to Treasury's Contents.
Tho management of tho Carisa of
Tlntlc yesterday drew down the pro
ceeds of three more lots of ore of a
class of which dividends are made, and
is following them up with other con
signments that afford most cheerful evi
dence of improved conditions at the
property. Of the lots marketed yes
terday, two of them wero on controls
showing 20 per cent of the red metal,
while tho third held up to 17 per cent,
with small values In silver and gold.
With copper around 17 cents, as It was
when the company ncquired tho prop
erties, the earnings from ores such as
those marketed yesterday would be ma
terially increased and there are hopes.
Ore and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to $69,900,
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, J3S.900;
gold, sliver, lead and copper ores, 531,
000. In the metal market sliver ruled at
cents an ounce, lead at 53.50 per
hundred pounds, and casting copper at
11 cents a pound.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers wero recorded on tho San
Francisco board on Tuesday last as fol
lows: Tonopah-Mldway. SCO at 40c; Mac
Namara, 205 at 12gl4c; 1000 at 15c; Pay
master, 500 at 12c.
Edward L. Sheets, tho mining broker,
has gono to California to Inquire Into his
in tores Ls.
Tho Milford Mining and Milling com
pany has called for an assessment of half
a cent a share.
Tho delinquent sale of Comstock took
place yesterday to saU.fy un assessment
of 10 cents a share.
W. R. Smith has gone to the Contact
Copper company"s properties out of Soda
vllle, Nov., after securing an option on
There is no Beauty
that can stand tho disfigurement of bad
tooth, lako cam of roar teeth. QnW
thn Bottles-Thompson Interest, and will
continue sinking on tho lcdgo recently dis
covered. Tho Horn Sllvor of Frisco reached tho
smelter with four moro carloads of hlgh
grado copper oro yesterday.
Tho Contury Mining company will pay
Its regular dividend of $3000 today. Man
ager Madscn loft for the mines and mill
In Park Valley yesterday.
J. D. Winters, who is largely Interested
In copper properties In the Encampmont
district In Wyoming, la In tho city on
business connected with his mines.
S. M. Levey of tho Western Exploration
company's staff has gono to Dugway In
tho Deep Creek country to conduct on
oxn.mlnn.tlon of mining properties.
E. W. Clark, manager of the Ophlr Hill
mines and mill In Ophlr canyon, waa
among tho vlBltorn from that camp yes
terday. He has achloved Bomo very nat
tering results since the property waa
placed under his management.
A bulletin from Washington, D. C, to
Tho Tribune says an Important meeting
of tho Boston Con.'s American directors
Is In progress at Boston. An President
Ncwhouee wau duc in New York on
Wednesday, after an nbsonco of several
months abroad, It is not unlikely that ho
has gono to Boston to confer with Direc
tors Schirmor and Abercromblo beforo
coming west, although nothing has beer,
received from hlra at tho general offices In
"HaTinif taken ronr TOnderfal "Cascaroti" for
threo month and ilnc entirely cured of ttomach
5atarrh ond (lyipplft. I think n word of pralno Is
oq to"UaJcrot5"for their T.-ondorfal composition.
burn taken numerous other so-called rcznedleo
bnt without, nrall and 1 And that Cavcareti relievo
mora In n day than all tho othert I hare taken
vronld In a year."
James ilcQune, 1M ilercor St., Jerooy City, H. J.
M e Bowels
Bifc. CADY CATHARTIC f
Pleuant, Palntablo. Potent, Tasto Good, Do Good,
Neror Elckon, Wcakon or Gripo. 16c, 25c, Itc Never
sold In balk. Tho cenalno tabUt stamped OOO.
Gnaxantoad to euro or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 59a
AHHUflL SALE. TEW MILLION BOXES
& 181 Wa-tches
9 OUR STOCK INCLUDES A
1 GREAT VARIETY OF JEW-
I ELRY FOR GENTLEaiEN: j
I SCARF PINS, CUFF BUTTONS J
J OR LINKS, CHAIN PEND-
I ANTS, SHIRT STUDS, ETC. j
1 TASTY DESIGNS. ALL
I PRICES. I
I LYON & CO., 143 Main Si j
A BARREL OF TROUBLE
Can bo avoided by calling on a rjood
Plumber nt tho right time. Tho rlgh'
time ls when things first enow signs of
getting out of order and tho right kind
of plumbers can bo found nt our address
WE DON'T CARE
To do work for people who urc not par
ticular. It's a waste of good, honest ef
fort and skill. If you havo a difficult
piece of work that you want done Just
right, wo want tho Job. Wo axo thorough
plumbers in everything but our bills.
Old-tlracrs say they aro too low.
I. M. HIQLEY & CO..
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
ICQ East First South. Tclcphono 752.
Delivery to all parts of tho clrv 'Prtr,
Vienna Model Bakery
I Yon Pay for
What You Get. I
That is the way the Burlington runs its dining-car busi- 1
ness and what you get is good.
The above expresses the basis of the popularity of Bur- E
lington dining-cars. It is an actual fact that the service and
food in Burlington dining-cars equal that of any high-grade ?
g restaurant you can call to mind, and the prices as a general j
I One of the best ways of becoming popular is to minister I
1 skillfu"y to the needsof the inner man, and what we want is K
and Denver " 0raal I
& Denver Bnd3S& 1
TTZ 4,115 Rail
Intermediate points ... , . (wis 1
For 0Kden. Omnha. Ch k 1
Dcnyor. Kansas City S ftdOot
Louis nnd Snn Frnncfico i , ; ' u.r
For Ocdcn, Cache ' t 1;10
Denver. Ilanaas city. Jh I'
ha, St Louis and Chlcc r .
For Ogden Cache & 5:43
Butte. Helena, Porffi
Telephone 2S0. ' 1 iIaJn street
; 1 r:
San Pedro. Los An. JW
gl S.lt Lako mm
From Oregon Short Lin n.. 1 'Mill!41
Lako City: D!t, f>ir
For Provo. Lehi, Falrfloirt nn4 i:
Nephl. ManU Md MlnM
Sanpcto Valley n.7:3otfipI
t'?r u?ro?0 American Fork"
Lehl. Juab, Milford. Frleco. Wc
Callentcs and Intermedials Vfefeu
From Provo, American Fork. fc!tiT
LchI, Juab, Milford, Frii M(
Callentcs and intermedials
From Provo, Lchl, Fairfield, fw.A
Mercur and Sajipcte Valley 'm1Jis(
Ry. points 'S&imSi&l
From Silver City, Mammoth, 0
Eureka, Stockton, Tool CaS'
and Garfield Beach 5:35tJ5jf"':
Dally. iSTii i
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cu SBh:
Vice between Salt Lake, Milford, IbB
( nd Callentes. v
Direct stage connections for all rhdivi
districts in southern Utah tnd Nenit.'S:
City Ticket Office, 201 Mala Eta"'11"
Telephone 250. Wfidh
E. W. GILLETT. J, I MMaE?
Gen'l. Pass. Agt. Oomnerchl Jtjasa
COLORADO-UTAH J5H0RT LIRJ
Through car. Salt Lake City U
Louis and Kansas City. Only os ej g
to N- York, Buffalo and pricd?Uja L-fc
Eaat low rates for summer travel . ,l.J&
Espedal attention to lidlei ei4 j
Tourist sleepers through to - Ctioj
Boston and otier points without ctirn. bse
I Two trains dally ,MTVi!H 1?ta
' Inquire at ticket office. WW j
(Bait Lak City. Any "n t-M 4
I Loub.Mo a ,f 7
salt nb(fo ig
0 f. K
In effoct November 22. Vf& r H$xc
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT. '
No. 10-For Blnsham. Hcbir,J f--..
Provo and Marysv-ale.
No. 102-For Park City .
No. 6 For Denver and East....
No. &-For Ogden and "West Wfe .
No. 1-For Osdon and V'cst. .... ,J
No. 2 For Denver and East...,. i-t
No. S-For Provo and E""!. 6j IJa .
No. &-For Ogden and local P"-J5?i t--.
No. 4-For Denver and East
No. 3-For Ocdcn and West .....
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITT. f tp
No. 6-From Oedcn and the EflfJii'J fTr
N'o. 12-From Ogden ond .hd
No. 7-From Eureka and Pr-'H:jSt! t-f-
No. 5-From Denver ami Ea1- ,
No. 1-From Denvor MjEui-f SyM.
No. 2-From Opdcn and tho W"1 M
No. 101-From Park City . '6-H JM.
No. 9 From Blnsham. HeDtr,6w;j J-
Provo and Morysvale.. w 'fgpj Ip--..
No. 4-From Ogden and the W i fa fG......
No S-From Denver and East... ur. L
All trains except Nos. 1 to wp ,
termedlato points. p?
Ticket Office, Dooly Block. r g4.
Phono 205. l a dejjtoK, O. AjA O.
A SIGN OFTBE TI1$
From Utah to
Kansas City and Chicago- j gg.
Also direct lino to Gg&j
j?asof City of Mexico h
camps of Now Mexicoand $ n
Aak mo aboutrcduccd rates eaJ Jjj fi
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly
Salt Lako City. 5 'Ve
Now and elegant In all Us npr
SO rooms, alnglo or cn suite, w l p;ltt ,
jath, G. 3. HolmogMy
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