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B 6 The Salt Laics Tribute: Thursday Moictqt( Eeebtjary 11, I9ti4,
' ! RAILS TO THE CACTUS
! l Survey to Bb Inaugurated
! i SAM PEDR6 WILL MOVE
ji- ,j Engineer Brawn is Nw in tho
' jl Material for Newhouse's Stupendous
1 i ' ' Concentrator to Be Ordered at
. i ' ' an Early Day.
j il ""' .
1 As foretold at n time when local ln-
Iteresls, without reierence iu i -
; 1 oral offices of the American Smelting
1 mid Refining company In New York,
received asKurnncu from the rulers of
,j Hie San Pcdrp that connection between
' I Its lino and the Cactus group of mines
' 1 at Newhouse. the survey preliminary
to grading and the laying of rails? has
. bopun. construction to be dispatched,
said Fred Bettlea. resident representa
! tlve of the Newhouse Interests, to a
! , I completion ivlthln the next ninety
' days. It was during his absence that
' Mr. Eettles, accompanied by "Engineer
l Brown of the San Pedro and other of
' j the company's officluls with the engi
i. j nocr for the. Newhouse mines. Mr.
I Bradley, went over the projected route
! ' a distance of G.i mlles-the final sur
1 vcy to be under the direction of the
i With all-rail connection between tue
'""actus group of mines and the manu
facturer of mining machinery now
positively aasurred, the management of
ihu former will proceed, without delay,
with the awarding of the contracts for
the material for the big concentrator,
I , although locally nothing has been heard
' from Mr. Newhouse since his arrival,
( as Is supposed, on the delayed steamer
Wllhelm in New York. The terminus
, at Newhouse was located Ty Mr. Bot
tles, who was accompanied by Mana
i ger Wells of the San Pedro, and with
1 the completion of the survey, construc-
Hon will be rushed on the branch, as
i. I will it be In the manufacture of ma
' ehlnery for the Newhouse concentrator.
I With water now on tap at camp and
II , arrangements made for such lumber as
' shall be required In the upbuilding of
i the now camp of Newhouse there Is
, nothing to delay (he completion of the
splendid achievements undertaken by
Mr, Newhouse within the year.
The contract entered Into with the
( American Smelting and Refining com-
I 1 pany for the reduction o the conccn
i traces relieves the founder of the
' . proposition of the expense of construct-
'! J ii Ing a smelter as primarily projected,
Ml but otherwise his plans as originally
'. 'If conceived will be carried out.
If 1 j GRAND ENCAMPMENT.
, i One of Its Pioneers on the Future of
' ',' , , , the Great Camp.
',' j With ores In almost exhaustless vol-
i time and percentages of copper with
values In gold that greatly exceed the
' 1 average, all occurring In a zone thirty
; 1 miles Jn length with a width varying
from eight to twelve, P. J. Winters of
h I Grand Encampment. Wyo., Is relying
j ' Implicitly on Its development Into a
i ,i camp as populous as any on the map.
,1 ii Mr. Winters, who has been sojourning
L in Zlon for some days, and Incidentally
studying conditions In this neck of the
j1! I woods, was among the first to rccog-
( 1 nlze the merits of Encampment. In-
' I V deed, he acquired his first foothold
n y there when the architectural grandeurs
Jjl ji! of the camp were all confined to three
i l cabins, and while he has wandered
: from It at intervals he generally re-
; ' turned more favorably Impressed with
, ? i 1 Its possibilities and ready to proceed
(5 more vigorously than ever with the
t i , development of the Alameda and Hon-
I est Abe groups, that promise to gratify
' his most liberal dreams of wealth. Of
j, the Ferrls-Haggarty group, the central
1 1 figure in the camp's achievements, Mr.
'M, Winters says that at a depth of 300
, fet It has 20 feet of ore containing
i 1 from 12 to 15 per cent copper with
I ' from S-i to S12 gold per ton, while the
. ) smelter which has been provided for.
the reduction of the rock will go into
i commission again about June 1st. The
) recent discovery by Shoner fc Flamme.
over which there has been so much ex-
. cltement, was made since Mr. Winters
! left for Salt Lake, but -the country, ho
, says, offers many such possibilities,
and ho expects it In a few year? tp
" have been made as productive as any
in the country.
I: ; ; mr. greene returns.
, ' Saw tho "Mormon" Colony as It Is
t at Los Angeles.
After an absence of several weeks In
S '( California, Lawrence Greene, tho well-
I , known broker and mining man, has rc-
'' j j: turned to his offices on the row and pre-
I pared to give his undivided attention to
j i lecal Interests. At Los Angeles lie mot
t a most Interest contingent from Salt
i i Lake, among them Cashier Barnctt of the
';.) banking-house of McCornlck & Co., who
will depart for home the present week,
f after familiarizing himself with the oil
I ' . ; and mining lndumrlcs In that region. Vlcc-
.. V President .1. D. Wood of tho Daly West la
r j another of tho colony which hae been
, i charmed by tho weather and enslaved by
f ' ' tho comforts of Gus Holmen'a big hotel,
I i j and with oil Investments to occupy his
I V attention In tho field, ho will tarry an-
1 J Y other month or more, said Mr. Greene.
1 ; j To Join him and hl.s family Frank Ilagen-
11 1 barth and family will depart for the
I J south.
I During hln sojourn In tho south. Mr,
I I V I Grtcno saya he heard nothing but words
, i CLEANLY WOMAir
jjB" I . Erroneously Thicks by Scouring Hor
IIH jij Scalp That She Cures Dandraff.
IIIH' nj Cleanly woman has an erroneous Idea
H , r j that by scouring the scalp, which re-
H. f, , moves tho dandruff scales, hc Is curing
H ji t the dandruff. She may wash her scalp
i; every day, and yet have dandruff her
B, ! lifo long, accornpajiled by falling hair, too.
K I . 1'hn only way In the world to cure dan-
I li :2ru(f Is to kill tho dandruff gonn, und
f ther Is no hair preparation that will do
F I that but Newbro's Hcrplclde. Hcrplclde
H L'lllhig the dandruff germ, loaves the
H U . uuir free to grow as healthy nature ln-
H iii coled- Destroy the cause you remove
H 1 oiAn3cl- Ivllf the dajulruft eerm with
H V MUincej gQ by icadjMg druggists.
Bi ' i , ins pu In stompa for sample to Th
In commendation of the Gold Uoad3 mlncii
and mill, of which Col. O. P. Posey la the
general manager, whllu Interest In min
ing In that portion of the south 1h gen
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Con. Mercur Moves Its Pegs Up as
Fresh Orders Came In.
The day on tho mining exchange closed
with tho sain of 1C.C00 Nharcs of stock, for
$7619.2.. and with conditions practically
unchanged. Con. Mercur's latest blue
print testifying to the presence of ainny
thousand tons of ore averaging SS.90 moved
It up to 56& cunts In tho trading, whllo
Daly-Judge, which Is devoting Ita slncwa
to exploratory work, wag traded In at
"-K5, with a lot of MO coming out to u
" d of W.Co. Daly West, on whoso Co-cent
dividend tho transfer-books were closed
miring tho day. roHPonded to a bid of
iZt.W, nfter selling lo cents higher, while
Century, which continues to report with
gold bullion, was marketed around 76, with
I tab changing hands at 47. New York
was shorted at 15 cents, although immc
dlato deliveries wor bringing that price:
whllo Uncle Sam was marked down to 23
cents, with Tetro going over the board nt
-J cnts, or a allKht advance over tho
opening. Lower Mammoth continued weak
at JO'i cents, notwithstanding a steady
tonnage from Its Tlntlc mines; while Star
'-on. moved up to 17 conts. tho day clos
ing on the following market:
! A. M. Call. U P M. Call.
I Bid. jA.sked.ll Bid. lAskcd.
$ J .co i;s......i$ .W
Allco i.l I . .v,
Bulllon-D .. 1.(0 ! I 1.00
Black Buss . ........i 00
Butlcr-L 10 .lO'I .10 .3yi
Carlga .10 I ooy.
Century 75 .7iAl .72 .7r.4
Con Mercur . 55 ! j&u, .5.;ia
Daly 2.12',A 2.25 I 2.10 '.
Daly-Judgo . 3.51 I 3.fi2t 3.50 3.H5
Daly West .. 34.00 i 35.0G I 31.50 35.00
Lmemld 021 02si
Tv & B B .75 ' .52A '.75
G. Central .. s.oo I 3.35 3.0)' 3.50
Horn Silver . L0o I 1.45 1.00
Ingot f .01-11 .011 .014 01
Joe Bowers .1 .(Ai4i .001 Cyi
Little Dell .1 1.10 i l 1.10
Little Chief..! I .03 I 03
L Mammoth.i .SOU .42 I .S0 .10
La Rr-Ino ...I ' .02 I I .02 "
Mammoth . .) .So I l.a) I
Manhattan .( .00'AI .OO-HI 00
May Day ... .WTM .OvJJ W
Mar Wash .! .00 .01 I ,00V, .001
New York ..I .15 ! ,15',Al . 1 14 .15U
Ontario .. .. 4.75 ..,....1 4.75 t
Petro .T-G .12 .0611 A2tt
Bocco-II I .50 0
Swansea .,...1 .40 ,
S Swansea . 05 .15 .05
Snoramonto . .my .20 .10 .20
Silver King CLf I C7.00 G1.01 C7.D0
Star Con Ifi-lil .lSV! .lolij" .15
Silver Shield.! .01 .02V-I .01 .0214.
Tctin I .2i .3il .2S?ll .20'
U S I 20.00 22.00 I 22.00
Undo S Con. I .21Vs .25 . 22 . 21
Utah I .45 .4GV6I .451
Wabash .. ,.( .03 .05 I I ,05H
Yankee Con.t .3S',4l 41 II .3S I .15'
Consolidated Mercur. 300 at 55c.
Butlcr-LIbcral. 2500 at 10l4c
Century. 200 at 7Cc. 100 at 7filc.
New York. 100 at 16c; 1200 at 154c.
Tetro. 700 at 2S'c; 500 at 2S?4c, seller
Shares sold. 5000.
Selling value. $1105.
' OPENY BOARD.
New York, 1000 at 15c. seller sixty davs.
Utah.. 100 at 45'c.
Shares sold. 1100
Selling value, $195.50.
Con. Mercur, 100 at 5Cc.
Daly West, 25 at $35.
Lower Mammoth. 10") at 39',4c.
May Day, 500 at 0c.
Star Con.. 500 at 17c; 100 at lC5c
Uncle Sam. 200 at 23c.
Shares sold, 1525.
Selling value, S114R
Carlsa. 1000 at 914c.
Con. Moi-cur, HOO at 50c; 200 at KVic
Daly-Judgo. 50 at $3.55; 5C0 at S3. 63.
Daly West, 25 fit 431. M.
Ixwer Mammoth. 200 ru.9'c. .
May Day, 200 at 15c,
Now York, 200 at 15c
Tetro. 100 at 2?c.
Utah. ICO at 47c.
Shares sold, 4375.
Selling value, 51030.75.
Boston Copper Market.
Boston, Mass.. Feb. 10. The copper
market started off good, with strength at
tho opening, but after the first hour of
trading more selling orders were found
and stocks began to react. Traders bo
camo sellers, and, as the Now York mar
ket showed Increased weakness, copper
shares followed suit. There was consid
erable pressure around the room nt the
closing, which was heavy and at the low
est of the day.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated .10,150 $47.50 $45.75 J45.S7'.
Bingham , S10 21.12& 20.00 20.00
Mercur 50 55.00
Daly West .... 487 21.25 34.0) 24.00
United States .. 750 20 0 20.1214 20.12i
Utah 2,150 32.75 31.75 31.75
Curb Boijfri. 255.50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
San Francisco, Feb. 10. The -official
closing quotations for mining stoeka today
were as follows:
Altn , $ -05 Andes $ .27
Bolchor 20 Justice 07
Best & B 1.73 Mexican 1.35
Bullion Ok Occidental C 77
Caledonia 91 Ophlr 3.55
Challenge C 17 Overman 22
Chollar 15 Potosl .12
Confidence LOO Savage .31)
Con. C & V.... 1.45 Seg. Belchor .. .06
Con, Imperial ., .02 Sierra Nevada .. .45
Crown Point ... .17 Silver Hill 65
Exchequer 14 Union Con 67
Gould SiC 39 Utuh Con 19
Iiale Sz N EO'Ycllow Jacket .. ,43
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con. ,...,$ .10 Allco 5 .16
Brcece .10 Ontario 4.60
Brunswick C 05 Ophlr 3.50
Comstock T 07 Phoenix OS
Conr C. & V. ... 1.10 Potosl U
Horn Silver .... 1.20 Savngc 30
Iron Sliver' 1.95 Sierra Nevada .. .50
Leadylllo C 02 Small Hopes .20
Little Chief ,07 Standard 2.40
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$ 2.25 Allouez $ 1.12',-j
Amal. 45 75 Osceola 55.00
Daly West .. 34.00 Parrot 23.00
Bingham 20.00 Qulncy po.00
C. & H. . .4413415.00 S. Fo Cop.... 1.30
Centennial .. 15.50 Tnmarack ... 100. 00
Cop. R 25 Trinity .CrM
Dom. Cool .. DS.50 U. States .... 20.12'A
Franklin S.M Utah 31,60
73lc Royale .. 7 25 Victoria 3.00
Mohawk 35.75 Winona 5.50
Old Dom. ... 91.25 Wolverine .. C7.G0
A Consignment for Which Nearly
S3500 "Was Received.
Three carloads of concentrates from
the Lincoln company's mill !n Poarl dis
trict. Idaho, were marketed with the
American Smelting and Refining company
during tho afternoon, and for which John
T. Hodson. tho manager, drew down a
check that approximated $3500. Tho lot,
which Is being followed by another, af
fords line cvldenco of results that are be
ing achieved by Mr. Hod30n and CapL
Stalllnga on the north, the mill averag
ing a cnrload ovory forty-eight hours,
while under ground tho ore-bodies con
tinue to respond.
Tho Copper Market.
The News Bureau of Boston says there
appears to be a good deal of unnecessary
comment upon the enormous exports of
coppor and tho declining metal market.
Several days ago the Boston News Bureau
reported enormous sales of copped to go to
Gi rm.iny. At the ame time, tho Amal
gtmatcd Coppor company mado heavy
sales to manufacturers In this country.
Tho fact that theso largo sales for Ger-
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parkor.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolun. B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial. Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Willard. Ralolgh.
man account aro now being reflected in
the export movement has nothing to do
with tho present prlco of copper.
PURCHASED A PLANT.
Weber & Kcarns' Mill at Park City
Goes to tho Columbus.
Negotiations between the management of
tho Columbus Con. and tho owners of
tho Webster & Iyearns mill, which did
such efficient work on tailings from tho
Silver King's pioneer plant, were con
cluded yesterdav. and as soon as the roads
at camp shall permit, the forwarding of.
tho machinery to the purchasers' site In
Little Cottonwood canyon will begin. Tho
plant has a crushing capacity, said Man
ager Jncobsnn. of 150 tons dally, with two
tables and three sots of Jlss. and In a
atatc of perfect preservation can be made
to serve tho Columbus as efficiently as
It did the former owners. Another tablo
will be added to tho battery, as will an
other set of Jigs, and with theso Installed,
the active production of concentrates will
havo been added to tho output of first
1 class ore now eon Ing lo the valley fur
naces. Manager Jacobpon will leavo for
Alia again this morning, although tho
telephone line between camp and the me
tropolis was out of service during tho
day. and no Information concerning tho
condition of the- road was to be had.
MONEY IN A DUMP.
Tailings From an Old Mill Being
The El Paso mill dutnp at Florence,
Colo., has been purchased and Is Doing
worked over, says a special dispatch The
purchase price 's said to have been $500.
The dump contains thousands of tons of
tailings. It Is estimated that of tho ore
treated by the chlorlnntlon process only
95 per cent of the gold Is extracted, tho
other 5 per cent being lost. The purchaser
of tho dump Is concentrating tho tailings
and from two shipments made to the
Salida smelter he has received $1500. Tho
El Paso mill from which tho tailings arc
taken, was burned down about three years
ago. and was owned by Philadelphia cap
italists. The mill was closed when burned
becauso of labor troubles.
THE KING'S DAY.
Presents Its Shareholders With An
other Handsome Dividend.
The shareholders of tho groat Silvor
King of Park City jesterday drew down
the regular dlvidond of 66 2-3 cents a share,
or J100.COO. this the second time tho ghost
has walked since tho dawn of the new
vear while, In addition to providing the,
dividend. Assistant Manager Dalloy mado
It possible to swoll the surplus. The pay
ment of yesterday's dividend increases the
total passed around by tho company to
TO MOVE TO RICHFIELD.
Gold Development Company Will Es
tablish Headquarters There.
Prior to his departure for his new camp
In the southern country, rresiucm i-ranK-lln
of tho Gold Development company
made the announcement that In a short
tlmo Its general offices will be removed to
Richfield, from which station the Journey
to camp may be made In a few hours.
With him the president will take his en
tire cabinet, and while Zlon will deploro
their departure. It cannot but congratu
late Richfield on Its acquisition.
Copper Prince Is Launched.
Articles of Incorporation of the Copper
Prince Conoolldated Mining company, or
ganized In this city with a capitalization
of $900,000, were Illed in tho office of tho
Countv Clerk yesterday. The capital stock
Is divided Into 300.000 shares of the par
value of ?3 each. The property of tho
company Is situated In Little Cottonwood
mining district. The officers arc as fol
lows: Tony Tacobson. president; C K.
McCornlck. vice-president, and C. H. Post,
secretary and treasurer.
Lost Packer Sales.
Lost Packer stock sells at $1.11 In Salt
Lake. Last week 1000 shares changed
bands at that figure. Tho great decrease
ic due to various causes, the principal
one being the dump of 10,XM shares ro
ccntly made, though thcro aro other rea
sons of a more substantial nature. Whllo
tho mine Js In fine shape and Its ton
nage Is dally being augmented, there
seems to be a depreslon Jn values, which
Is also observable In all other stocks at
present, says the Prospector of Custer, Ida.
Strikers' Rich Strike.
A Florence (Colo ) special to tho Denver
Republican says: "A party of striking
coal miners from Coal creek, who havo
been prospecting at the head of Coal
creek In the Greenhorn range, a few
miles south of here, have struck pay ore.
They have driven a tunnel 125 feet, In
which the ore was found. The ore con
tains lead and silvor A number of peo
ple from Coal crack and vicinity have
taken up claims adjoining tho new find.
Ore and Bullion.
In the ore, and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $63,700, McCor
nick Si Co. reporting them as thoy follow:
American bullion. $31,200; gold, sliver,
lead and copper ores. $32,500.
In the metal market silver ruled at 66?i
cents an ounce, lead nt $3.C0 per hundred
pounds, and casting copper at 11 cents
Utah Cou. as a Buy.
Replying to an Inquiry concerning Utah
Con. as an Investment, the Boston News
Bureau says It Is no doubt a good thing
to which tovtie. Should tho copper mar
ket go lower than 10 cents. Utah would
naturally sell down, but It could be bought
with safety as an Investment on the decline.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card Index
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis,
MOORE'S BIG SALE
Interest in Slimes Proceeds
METALS COMPANY BUYER
Method Goes Into Colorado
Experiments at Homestake a Revela
tion Mr. Moore Returns to Fi
nally Adjust Mercur Plant.
George Moore, to whom tho miner la
Indebted for the df-velopment of the
Moore process, with which to recover
values that have hitherto been carried
away with the slimes, came In from the
East after nn absence of Blxty days, and
will for several days apply himself to
a final adjustment of the slimes plant
at the Con. Mercur. An announcement
which will be as gratifying to hl9
friends ns It Is to Mr. Moore, Is that
during his nbsence negotiations were
elfected by which the General Metals
company of New York acquires an in
terest In tho Moore Cyanldlng company,
this affording the latter 5100.000 cash
with which to promote the use of the
Invention by Mr. Moore. The Metals
company Is a most formidable one, Its
latest acquisition the big plant of the
Tellurldo Reduction company at Colo
rado City, at which the Cromine pro
cess Is being employed.
Meanwhile the use of the Moore pro
cess y being hourly extended. Plants
have been recently Jnstalled by the
gentleman who Improvised It at the Big
Buxton and Bonanza mines nt Dead
wood, S- D while experiments are be
ing made on an elaborate scale at the
great Homestake mines, where 1200 tons
of slimes have been going dally down
the gulch. The application of the new
process to these have demonstrated that
the loss In Homestake slimes can be re
duced to less than 10 cents per ton, or
a saving of over $1000 a day. At Colo
rado City a slimes plant will be Installed
by the General Metals company, Its con
struction to begin at once, while two
large plants are being added to mills
at Juanaquato and another In Sonoro,
Mex., with a fourth being Installed
at the Dorcas mill at Florence. Colo.
The experiments at the Homestake, said
Mr. Moore, havo demonstrated that with
one of the large machines a thou
sand tons can be treated dally at a cost
not exceeding 1G cents per ton.
Among others who are interesting
themselves In the method Is Ralph
Nichols, formerly of the Dc La Mar
mines in Nevadn, and now manager of
the Great Boulder Perseverance in
West Australia, that gentleman to visit
the plant at Mercur before returning to
his camp across the water.
During his nbsence Mr. Moore visited
his old Wisconsin home, accompanied
by Mrs. Moore, the latter remaining In
Kansas City, where she will visit the
home of her father, Hon. D. D. Hoag,
while Mr. Moore will depart for Dead
wood next week.
MAJESTIC TUNNEL ORE.
An Assay of It Shows Encouraging
Park City, Feb. 10. An assay of rock
taken from the Majestic tunnel by tho
inspecting officials last Sunday was re
ceived from the Ontario assay office to
day and Is considered very significant
In view of changes taking place in the
formation. For the first time since the
majestic bore was started the red and
white Iron which hus been continually
appearing In increasing quantities
shows values The samples of the red
oxide of Iron show 1.6 per cent silver
and S2 cento gold; the white compound
of Iron carries 1.1 per cent silver and a
small quantity of gold. A large num
ber of assays have bom previously ta
ken of these substances, with not so
much hitherto as a trace of any metal
The appearance of values from this
unexpected source Is accompanied by a
very favorable transformation in the
nature of tho ground. Among the
changes the most significant Is the ap
pearance of a system of small stringers
which seem to denote the proxmlty of
the ledge. Tho driving force has ad
vanced scenty-five feet Into the forma
tion, and with the two shifts working
three and four feet are being gained
Future of Development Depends
Largely on Annual Meeting.
The campaign of development on tho
properties of tho Blackbird Mining com
pany out of Frisco Is not likely to bo re
sumed, said Mr. McCrea, former superin
tendent of thorn, yesterday, until after
the annual meeting of shareholders which
was recently adjourned until February
20th. It was rumored during the day that
at the approaching session the directors
would bo permitted to vote on a bid
which has reached I he board of directors
for u portion of the company.-! domain
which ombraccs so much territory but
Manager True pleaded that ho was not
ut liberty to discuss Its afairs at this
tlmo, and declined to cither affirm or deny
Mr McCrea reports the result of devel
opment at tho properties fully up to ex
pectations and sees no reason why the
achievements at tho Cactus group should
not b3 reproduced at tha Blackbird.
BIG MILL TO START.
New Plant for Reduction of Bing
ham's Copper Ores.
Conditions at the Utah Coppor com
pany's new mill In Bingham canyon, said
Superintendent Janney on his arrival
from camp again during the day leave no
doubt concerning the abllltj of tho man
agement to put It Into commission as
scheduled next woek. Indeed the boltings
are now being Installed with all tho
amallcr fittings being placed and tho tasks
from this tlmo ary or the simplest It la
understood that Colorado Interests which
havo mado tho splendid undertaking poa
Hlblo will arrive tho last of tho month or
after tho plant has been warmed up
when a most cordial reception awaits
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers were recorded as follows on
the San Francisco board on Monday last:
MoutanjJL-Tonopah, 550 at ILPIJiiiW at ?1,C5
?1.37!rl., seller 5 days; 200 at 51.15, buyer
ninety days; MacNamara, 500 at 20c; 100
at 22c; 300 at 23c; 100 at 2-ic: Rescue. -1000
at Co; nelmont. 1000 at COc; COO at G9c; Mid
way, GOO at 13-tfllc; Tonopah, 100 at $0.
NEW ORE IN CENTURY.
High-Grade Gold Rock Again Ap
pears in tho Property.
From the Century Mining company's
camp In Park valloy comes news of an
other disclosure of gold-bearing rock con
taining values of which dividends arp
made, and from which Manager P. .
Mariscn will continue to pound them out,
Tho disclosure, nccordlng to -I. IT. Clark,
superintendent of the properties, was made
In a cross-cut off the main workings,
where ior a width of six feet assays show
values ranging from $12 to $10 gold por ton
With this quality of oro upon which to
rely no dlfllculty should bt experienced In
maintaining tho present monthly distrib
ution. It It Is not increased. At the mill
tho full battery of stamps Is dropping on
ore of good quality, tw certified to by the
bullion now nrrlvlng In town.
Tho Fountain Oil and Asphalt company
Is being organized to bore for those ele
ments on Antelope Island.
Tho Custer (Ida.) Prospector says that
fifteen minora have been added to tho
pay-roll at the Lucky Boy mines.
Joseph Dederlcha, mechanical engineer
on tho Nowhouso staff, has returned from
the Cactus group of mines out of Frisco.
T R. Drummond, mining engineer on
the Utah Con 's local staff, was among
tho visitors from Blnchnm during tho
The Greenback mines at Groenback. Or ,
are reporting with old bars in this city
at considerably reduced Intervals theso
William T. Ostcr has gono to Goldlleld,
Nov., whero lie will systematically pros
pect tho country for himself and local In
MaJ. Catrow of the Ohio Coppor com.
pany Is In from Its BlnghaTi mines anA
mill again, much pleased with condltlona
Superintendent Harris K. Masters of tho
United States smeller was up from tho
big plant again yesterday, and with Its
behavior Is very much pleased.
Tho sacking of high-grade gold rock
continues at the properties of the Mam
moth Mining company. Tlntlc. snld Sam
uel Mclntyre, Jr., yesterday, with some
ores being raised by the lesscea.
Superintendent Andrew Mnyberry of tho
United States company's Blngha-n mines,
who was In town during tho day, says
the management of the Silver Shield la
now driving for earliest posslblo connec
tion with the channel from which It was
driven by water before recourso was had
to the long tunnel. This should have been
the objective point at all times, said Mr
j "CRESWELL" I
I ARROWA COLLAR i
4 QUARTER SIZES, 16 CENTS EACH, H
TWO FOR 25 CENTS. M
CLUETT, PEABODY t CO., M
ri HAxena or cluett aho monabch hirt HI
Jo, ssi Tboao suffering from weak
S tihsP nesses which sap the pleasures
B a of lifo should take Juvcu Pills.
Ono box will tell a story of
marvelous remits. This medicine baa moro
rejuvenatlnc vitalizing force than has ever
been offorcd. Sent post paid in plain packaco
only on recolpt of this adv. ana SI.
Made by Its originators C. I. Hood Co.. pro
prietors Hood's Sarsnparlllu. Lowell. Mas?
rjs Eczemas, Rashes
YS, ' Children anA
rLj V Inetantly relieved
Nsy t-J and speedily cured by
(V TiiJ warm baths with
And gentle anointings with Cutlcura 0t
ent, greatest of skin cur eft.
I th "watchword for health asd vigor,
comfort and beauty. Mankind In learn
ing not only the necessity but the luxu
ry of cleanliness. SAPOLJO, which baa
wrought such changes In the home, an
fiouncea hor sister triumph
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
A special soap which energizes the
wholo body, n tarts the circulation and
leaves an exhilarating clow. All gro
cers and drufffflsta.
1 11 QmUr
$$VgKffl taste, Quaker
p Mold hos no I
At all loading bars, 8. HIRSOH fc OO. I
oafos, drug' utoron izxhoxs city, mo. B
The shooting grounds of the undersigned
club will remain closed this spring from
February 15th to March 15th, 1901, during
tho tlmo the State game law permits
All persons aro warned not to tres
pass or shoot upon eald grounds. All
trespassers will bo prosecuted. By order
of tho Board of Directors.
BEAR RIVER. DUCK CLUB
Jay T. Harris. Secretary and Treasurer.
Salt Lake City. Utah. Fob. , IM-l. S2SG
s TJie short line from Denver to Omaha and Chicago.
The only line running solid trains over its own rails
I to St. Louis. I
F A deserved reputation for civility and courtesy on the S
I part of its employees, for superior strength and excellence
; of equipment, and perfection in its dining-car service. 3
i You cannot appreciate all the Burlingtou's advan- S
tages without giving them a tral. j
PiiVSJW'Ai'tS The Chicago Special leaves Donver at 3
;: maXmA'iM ! 4:15 p- m-; tne Su Loula sPec,al at 2 p. J
M R JHflTil fnTnKn raoTo 1 m. Other excellent trains for Chicago S
i glBllll' flSIUIlSnr 1 nncl st' Louls at 10 35 p m 3
I llSlifrSfl I 79 WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET. I
I fMSj J r 1711 aLBN' Qoneral ASnt 5
I . At this office you can buy tickets to
fl and from Europe via every line which L
I crosses the Atlantic the shortest S
1 and cheapest as well as the fastest f
J and highest-priced.
- Rates are ns low as the lowest. t
j Now is the time to plan that winter trip. I
Lei's talk it over. j
E. DRAKE, Dist. Pass Agent. f,
1 slfilS i R RTTTi ! 100 West 2nd south st., 1
I SruSmEBi SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. S
I IfflPHU A' H- MOPPET, General Agent, I
i DENVER, COLO.
and Denver Omaha i
From Opden. Cach." VniV. " 9:l0
-oui8. Kansas City h. f
Denver and i& g 5
tmiken"'ce"vailw 4:05 1 "
Bt!nilru,sK?.nr..CUy & RJ ,
Tor Offdon, Portland." St "aV
thony. Ban Frnnolaco acd 11
Intermediate, points . inAJ .cfU!
For Ocden. Omaha. Chlco'
Denver. Kanaas City It Ul M
Ixmb. and Snn Frar.&co.r Ma' W
For Ogdcn. Cch Vailer 1 irfAUD
Denver, JIansnB City Orn, W
ha. at. Loulo and Chlcaw W
For Opden. Cache Vallv , "5 ! "
Butte, Helena. Portland; ,
Ban Francisco und Intcrni ,
dlote polnto . 11-4 l
T. M. SCHUMACHER, )
D. E. BURLEY. G, P & t flie 0
D. B. SPENCER. A. 6. p
City Ticket office. 20i MalnT:
Telephone 2S0. a,n 8ltt.-- ,bldh
Ban Pedro. Los An- VJWUmi.
gelca & 3alt Lake xWZW- .
R. R. Co. PUTMs5
o City?" Shrt Llne W J ffi
r&riV$ Lf,h1, Fa'rtleM and I
Nephl. Mantl and points on l
Sanpeto Valley Ry... . .. .7-:
Por Onrncld Beach, Tooele" '
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka 1
and Silver City f.1; Jgf
Trufro,voV Amcrlcan Fork, iWd
Lchl. Juab, Mllford. Frisco. fcM
Callentea and Intermediate
P,nt3 6.-051 &
From Provo. American Fork. 3
Lehl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco. Sf
Callontes and Intermediate $rk
Points 9;35 .rtj
tYom Provo, Lehl, Fairfield.
jtfercur and Sanpete Valley t5
Ry. points M
From Silver City, Mammoth, ..i,
Eureka. Stockton. Tooelo 'I iK'
and Garfield Beach B'3Bi Th
'Daily. V JgJ
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cir'l il'eac
He between Salt Lak. Mllford, Hit Tfiflo
Bjid Callentea. ,- vrl
Direct Bta&e connections for all nil fSL
tlstricta In southorn Utah and Xcvtfc t
City Tioket Office, 201 Main Stn Jfat
Telephone 250. ftolt
b. W. GILLETT. J. L. MOO? f&
Gen'l. Pa3. Agt. Comnrdft. Aj tfa 1
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT L)K
Through car. Salt Lake Qty tai-
Louis and Kanijaa City Only one ct a
to Nt York, Buffalo and principal pa '
East Jow rates for Bummer travel. . rpj
' Eeporial attention to ladiea r4 ej
To'urtst alecnern through to CW
Boaton and otner points vrnhout cbm
o A. Missouri Pacific Rf.i, -J
LOU1B.MO c p . 5
Salt Lake Clp Ua
In effect November 23, JW. 1 .
LEAVE SALT LAKE CIT. 1: .,5
Ko. 10-For Blnsliam. Hebcr. C.
Provo and Marysvale fif j-w
No 102-For Park City.
No. 6 For Denver and East.... 3W Ijq
No. B For Ogden and Wt WjgJ; v
No. 1 For Ogden and "West . k
No. 2-For Denver and East j
No S-For Provo and Eureka.. 5.P
No. 9 For Ogden ord local P13- i
No. .-For Denvor and East -'fSj l'-
No. 3-For Osden and West
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CHT.j
No. S-From Ocdon and the EM'Sagg
No 13-From Oeden and locaJ pti 9. J ,
No. 7-From Eureka and Provo..W!WJ
No. 5-From Denver and
No. 1-From Denver and Bart.'
No. 2-From Ogdcn and tho We.W , r-
No. 101-From Park City. p
No. 9-From Bingham. Heber, ,
Provo and Mar'Hvalo J C!
No. 4-From Ogden and the jj 6
No. 3-Frorn Denver and East .MM P
All trains except Noa. 1 to aw? ,
termediotc points. V t
Ticket Office. Dooly Block. 1
'rhonc;05-I. A. nEMTON.Rj
A SIGN OF THE Tip
From Utah to
Kansas City and Chicago, i ,S.
Also direct lino to Q"
i?aso, City of Mexico 01
camps of New Mexico and Anzo-gjy
Ask mo about reduced rates
C. F. WARREN, fflijEj
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly Blg
Salt Lake City. ijM?
New and olegant !n all Its aFP'0D
20 rooms, slnglo or en sultey