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j 6 fHE SaIP ILJKE SATUITOAY MORXDSTG, FEBRUARY 27, 1904. .
: PRESIDENT DERM HOME
j: Impressed With the Gold
j Mines of Mexico.
' CAPTIVATED BY THE CUBAN
jj , Did Not Invost In Bonanzas of
I Annexation of Cuba the Dream of a
1 Large Element Down There The
J Yankee Much in Evidence.
I Whilo Hon. John Dcrn. president of the
I Con. Mercur, did not bring back with him
I a Cuban bonanza as a souvenir of Ills
$ ' tinimn, into that, rccion of rcses and
I . in which he was accompanied by Sirs.
Dcrn. ho did return yesterday with Ids
avoirdupois visibly increased and a fund
' of most instructive information on tho
newest of Republics. In his voyago Mr.
1 Dern proceeded hy way of Mexico, at the
capital of which latter Republic he met
many Americans with some Utah forces
among them, while in tho diggings there
tho Stato Is Quito freely represented. Tho
mining interests in tho cstato of Victor
Clement aro Quite highly spoken of at the
capital, while it is quite generally con
ceded that Harry E. Cary and his associ
ates have acquired a bonanza on tho west
const, whero with limited equipment ho
I opened it up. - . ,
Tho land of Cuba, although tho mines
ivoro mostly in Santiago, was tho more
IH Interesting to him, however, tho splendor
of Its sunrise, the royal palms and lus
; clous fruits making an impression upon
, him that will contlnuo a lifetime. There.
! too, said Mr. Dern, ho found tho Yankee
j again quite prominent wun his number
I j being dally added to. As usual he has
( embraced some of the more remunerative
opportunities, and in Havana is operating
i a. street car systam that compares favor-
( ably with thoso of this country, whilo in
I commercial pursuits he represents a
! tenth Interest, perhaps.
Sentiment In favor of annexation is
steadily Increasing In Cuba, says Mr.
Dern. and In ten years at tho remotest,
ho has no doubt that tho new Republic
will havo become a part of tho United
i States. Tho cleansing of Havana's
i thoroughfares, tho renovation of its body
v and Its reclamation under American en
deavor has afforded a lesson by which
I the Inhabitants havo proflted, and a largo
i' element now appreclato that only with
, annexation can all Its hopes bo realised
I and a region so richly endowed by nature
mado a vcrltablo realm of wealth. In
1 deed Mr. Dcrn was captivated, and of tho
I peoplo says they are most hospitable For
I the reports oxploited by tho Havana pa
' pers and reproduced in this country that
I J he was In Cuba chasing bonanzas while
feasting on pomegranate and banana, Mr.
Dern says there v. as no foundation what
ever. "While ho deplores tho declines to which
Con. Mcrcur has been subjected in the
! stock market, President Dcrn has not
1 lost confidence In tho mine as a bread
earner and with Manager Georgo Dern
he will devote himself to it the remainder
of tho year.
) STRIKE IN THE CHIEF.
U Lower "Workings Break Into Pull
' Breast of Low-Grado Ore.
A telcphono message from tho Little
f Chief company's Tlntie properties during
the day brought assuranco of a most sub
stantial if not a sensational disclosure on
tho SOO-foot level and at a station so re
mote from neighboring ground as to ren
der tho title to it undisputed, said an of
ficial of tho company. According to tho
report there Is now expoKcd at tho point
In question between six and seven feet of
second-class ore, although picked samples
i compare favorably with tho shipping ores
that arc coming from tho loculily. Tho
management is waiting on additional par
I tlculars from camp, believing that the
I ores of indefinite quality which in
variably accompany tho first-class ores,
will soon follow. Over the change at tho
Chief mining circles generally will re
joice. Tho company has, with the liberal
I co-operation of Its shareholders, per
severed in the search for a long time, and
tho good news was received with mani
festations of approval throughout "tho
street." President Moritz will leave for
camp tomorrow morning to inquire into
I DALY "WEST DIRECTORS,
i Organization to Take Placo Today
Vice-President "Wood's Return.
! Tho newly-elected directors of tho Daly
i West Mining company of Park City will
meet at 1 o'clock this afternoon, at which
j tino tho election of officers for tho onsu
j ing year will take place. No changes In
j tho present roster aro anticipated, as the
; shareholders, numbering over 1200, appear
: to appreciate tho fact that the orgnnlza
; tlon is about as formidable as it could be
made. Vicc-Presldont J. D. Wood has re
turned from California, as has also Super
intendent John A. KIrby, and that they
will continue to serve in their present po
sitions there la no possible doubt. Tho
former will depart for tho Pacific's shores
again in a few days, whilo tho latter will
leave for the bonanzas again tomorrow
rriornlng. Of tho Utah colony in Los An
geles, Mr wood say3 it appears to bo
relishing the sunshine, while Mrs. Wood
with Mr. and Mrs. Hagenbarth, have found
moorings in a cosy dwelling, whero they
will remain indefinitely. Gus Holmes la
reveling over tho pressnco of a "full
house" at tho Angclus, whilo Col. Posey is
contented in tho consciousness that a
steady stream of gold bullion la issuing
from the Gold Roads mill, which has un
der tho direction of Col. Ilcffron settled
down to most obedient worlc Of his oil
Interests ouc of Los Angeles Mr. Wood
pleaded that there was littlo to be said at
present, although tho industry there is
quite prosperous. He left Mr. Hagerbarth
Improved in health and the families gen
erally contented, while Mr. Wood returns
II Boston Copper Market.
(Special to The Tribune.)
U BOSTON, Mass., Feb. SC. Tho copper
Rl market opened quieJL but firm. Traders
Ml A BALD NEWSPAPER KAN".
I Getting a New Crop of Hair, and Hag
II No More Dandruff.
I ' r.EV.yhod3J ,n .th' Northwest knows Col.
I ,' ?Mieli ?eaJ15?- th0 vcter&n Journalist and
I publicist of Butte. Jan. 10, 1000, the Colo-
W . T 1 used h couple of bottles of
M m,wbro.&, nplflde with marvelous rc-
H : .V10. dandruff disappeared; a new
S? &,hajak!n ro. and ho bald
H W covered." Herplclde
' L lllj"alr preparation that kills
H the dandruff germ that digs up the scaln
InnWlwX burrow its woy ito tho
H vitnMtJ ntiniZ-,"'here 11 destroys the
An out hE,r' ,Clng tho hair to
were inclined to advanco prices, but tho
heavy tone displayed by Amalgamated
soon put an end to tho trading in local
shares and they foecamo dull and heavy.
Few sales wore mado during tho greHter
part of tho day. Tho decision of Judge
Glldorsloevo dissolving tho injunction
against Amalgamated caused something
of a rally, but tho prices were not main
tained. The marlcot closed Irregular.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amnlg'd 3,903 $-l7.37Ht 516.12 $46.25
Dalv West ...265 SI. 00
TJ. S.... 5Sj 'JO.W 20.12i 20.12&
Utah 720 02.75 52,50 32.50
Curb Bingham, $20.00g20.00; Boston, $4.75
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Con. Mercur Rallies and Starts Up
tho Lino Onco Move,
The day on tho mining exchange closed
with the salo of 10.3SC shares of stock for
$4850.31, and with tho investor thankful
onco more for oven the small gains that
were marked up at intervals. Con. Mer
cur, kicked about for so long a period, with
only a few to remonstrate, found itself
bnck at CO cents, although It released a
small lot at S cents around the close,
while Daly West wis traded in at $.11.25 at
tho opening and subsequently at $34.10.
Mammoth, which promises to make Its re
appearance in the murlcct next week,
found a customer at $1.10, while the shorts
experienced no trouble in placing Mon-tana-Tonopah
at Jl.-W, nor New York ut 13
cents. Yankee Con. had a crimp put In
It at -1C cents, while Swansea, so long off
llw Hiyf rnmo fni'n'nr.l ilfV n VinU. wnrn
and wasted certificate to a bid of 2"V cents,
with Lower Mammoth bringing 41 cents.
Littlo Chief, wlh a runor of Important
disclosures in tho lower workings, moved
up to 2 cents, whilo Star Con. remained
stationary at 1C cents, the day closing on
tho following market:
I A M. P. M.
Bid. Asked. Bid. I Asked.
Ajax $ .05 $ .CO $ .05 J .00
Allco 15 10
BuL-Bcck ... 1.00 2.00 2.00
Black Bess OS
Butler-Lib n .00 .104
Carisa 07& .00 OSVb
Century SO .OS .73
Creolo 35 30
-C. Mcrcur .. .50IA .COSfe
Daly ...r .... 2.00 2.50 2.10 2.10
Daly-Judgo . 4.00 4.25 4.00
Daly West ., 31.00 34.50 34.05 35.00
Dalton 01 .004 .00
B. Si B. B... .49 .53 .40
G. Central .. 3.00 3.40 3.05 3.40
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.40
Ingot 01', .02 .01i .02
Joe Bowers 00 .00H .O0V
Littlo Chief . .011, .0-1 .Oli .02
L. Mammoth .41 .42 MVt .4216
Ls Relno ... .02 .03 ,02?i .03
Mammoth ... 1.00 I 1.20 .55
Manhattan ..J.C0 3-16 .0014 .00 3-16 .0014,
May Day ...f .00 .OS .0516 .07&
Mar. Wash . .00' .00 .00 .OOVi
Mont.-Ton ..j 1.3SV6 1-40
Now York .. .31?; .13 .12V6 .14
Ontario 5.00 C.60 4.50 COO
Pe-.ro 03 .15 .OS
Rich. -Ana. .. .01 ........ .01
Sunshlno 01 01
Swansea 10 .23 .10 .35
S. Swansea . .05 .10 .05
Sacramento . .217& .22 .2194 .2216
Star Con ... .15 .1614 .16 .16?i
SI1. Shield ... .01 .01?8 02
Tetro 3?. .35 .33 .35
U. S 20.1216 21.00 20.00 21-00
Uncle Sam .. .20 ,24 .20 .21
Utah 50 .CO .50 ,00
Victor 03 .04 .02
Wabash 00V .01
Yankee Con . .45 .47 .45 .47V6
Consolidated Mercur, 19C0 at C0c: 200 at
Daly West, 25 at ?31.25.
Jowcr Mammoth, 700 at 41!:C
Shares sold, 2S25.
Selllnc value, $2405.25.
Swansea, 100 at 276c
Yankee Consolidated, 200 at'4Gc.
Shares sold, 2G0.
Selling value, ?119.50.
Star Consolidated, 100 at 10c.
Dalton. 1000 nt Vic
Little Chief. CCO at 116c.
Now York, 700 at 13c.
Wabash, 433 at 16c.
Shnrcs sold, 2733.
Selling value, J119.17.
Consolidated Mercur, 200 at 50c.
Daly West, 25 at $41,10.
Littlo Chief. 15(0 at 2c.
Mammoth. 1(0 at $1.10.
Montana-Tonppah, 00 at $1.40, seller five
New York, 500 at J3c, buyer thirtv days;
2000 at 12J6c.
Shares sold, 4525.
Selling value, $1705.50.
Eureka Oro Shipments.
(Special to Tho Trlbuno.)
EUREKA. Utah, Feb. 20. The oro ship
ments for tho past week from tho Tintic
district amounted to 149 cars, distributed
among tho different properties as follows:
Namo of Mine Cars.
Tintic Iron M 12
Grand Central 24
Lower Mammoth 12
Uncle Sam , , 4
Eaglo & Blue Bell 1
THE JOHNNY MILL.
Getting Ready to Resume Handling
"Waters of the Mine.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MODENA, Feb. 2C Frank Wilson
and W. J. Halloran of the Johnny mine
at Stateline are still on the ground.
While it was expected to free the un
derground workings of the surplus wa
ter with the larger pump, they have
succeeded with a new station pump in
draining the mine and placing the reg
ular shifts on duty in the course of de
velopment. They expect to have the
Johnny mill in full operation again
within two weeks, as sufficient ore,
some of which Is of high quality, has
been blocked out to Justify a continu
The Good Hope mine at Stateline is
gradually nearing the 100-foot level,
and is exposing good bodies of gold and
silver ores. W. H. Webber, superin
tendent of the Interstate Reduction and
Mining company, owners of the Good
Hope, is expected to arrive shortly, and
crosscuttlng of the main ledge, it is
thought will then be started.
WILL PROBABLY PAY.
March Dividend Prom Montana-Ton-opah
Not at All Unlikely.
In a circular promulgated by R.. P.
Dunlup, secretary of tho Montana
Tonopah Mining company, the an
nouncement by tho Tonopah Bonanza,
that dividends from that source for
several months was unlikely, is discred
ited, Mr. Dunlap disclaiming any re
sponsibility for it. In a prompt re
Joinder, the Bonanza repeats Its pre
vious statement and criticises tho sec
retary that the latter's "denial" is not
couched in more explicit terms.
Locally the belief Is entertained that
a March dividend will be paid. It is
said, indeed, that the contents of the
L treasury havo nlled into heights thatj
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palncn.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatea.
LOB ANGELES Th Angolan, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotol.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
are unwieldy, and that without embar
rassment whatever to any work or
equipment which has been projected, a
distribution may be made. No share
holder here doubts that Manager Knox
Is as eager to send out a piece of bread
money In March as is the Bonanza to
chronicle the event.
San Francisco Mining Stocks. .
SAN FRANCISCO. Fob. 20. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were us follows-
Andes $ .40 Mexican 1.S0
Belcher 3-3 Occl Con SO
Best & B 2.00 Ophlr 4.70
Caledonia 97 Overman 30
Chollar IS Savage 51
Confidence . ... 1.05 Seg Belcher 07
C C & Va 1.00 Sierra Nev 51
Con Imp 21 Sliver Hill 05
Crown Point ... .23 Union Con &5
Gculd &. C 41 Ttah Con 21
Halo & Nor W Ycl Jacket 47
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con J .10 Littlo Chief 07
Alice 17 Ontario 4.60
Brcece 11 Ophlr 4.50
Brun Con 05 Phoenix 07
Com Tunnel 03 Potosl 14
CC & Va 1.55 Savage 60
Horn Silver .... 1.16 Sierra Nov 45
Iron Silver 1.50 Small Hopes ... .20
Leadvllle Con... .02 Standard 2.50
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure . ..$2.00 Mohawk 34 50
Alloucz 8.50 M C & C 2.75
Amal 40.3716 Old Dom 10.C0
Am Zinc 7.60 Osceola 54.00
Atlantic 7.00 Parrot 23.50
Bingham . ...20.00 Qulncy S0.CO
Cal & Hec... 440.00 Shannon 7.75
Centennial ....16.75 Tamarack . . 95.00
Copper R 33.75 Trinity 4.62V&
Daly West ...33.75 U S Mining.... 20.1216
Dom Coal ....56.00 U S Oil 8.75
Franklin S.CO Utah 32.26
Grancy 34.00 Victoria 3.25
Isle Royalo ... 7 CO Winona 5.00
Mass Mining.. 3.75 Wolverine . ..71.00
Michigan .. 4.50
TO "WITNESS THE START.
Visitors Prom Colorado Rallying at
the Utah Copper Mill.
To participate in the starting up of
the $250,000 concentrator with which 'the
properties of the Utah Copper company
at Bingham have been equipped,
Messrs. F. A. Gillespie and J. D. Haw
kins, cashier and general superintend
ent, respectively, of the United States
Reduction and Refining company's
mills and smelter In Colorado, arrived
from the neighboring State yesterday,
and will be followed by the remainder
of the party today. Mr. Hawkins, slip
ping into his diggln' booty, sought the
big camp of copper at once, while Mr.
Gillespie found himself Instructed at
tho local offices, where the visitors are
awaited by Manager Jackllng and Su
perintendent Janney. Tomorrow the
entire party will leave for camp and be
fore Its return will have witnessed the
production of concentrates from the
copper, gold and silver-bearing por
phyries of Bingham.
Mr. Gillespie, into whose company's
plants a large volume of Cripple Creek
ore finds its way dally, says that the
tonnage of that matchless camp of gold
is gradually working up to the normal,
and that the output of 1904 will be a
most gratifying one. The new El Paso
drain tunnel, from which flows 6500 gal
lons of water u minute, is doing much
to promote conditions in the camp.whlle
harmony Is being gradually restored.
Mr. Gillespie has heard much of Utah
and Its mining camps, with their enor
mous dividend records, and he is here
to be shown.
M'GINNISS VS. AMALGAMATED.
Recent Injunction Is Dissolved by
the Court in Now York.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2G. Justice Gll
dersleeve, in the Supreme court today,
denied the application of John Mac
GlnnlsB to have continued the ex parte
Injunction he recently obtained, enjoin
ing the Boston and Montana Copper
company and the Parrot and Anaconda
company from paying money for divi
dends to the Amalgamated Copper
company, and at the same time he va
cated the injunction. In vacating the
injunction Justice Glldersleeve said:
"There Is no allegation of the insol
vency of any of the defendant com
panies, and It Is clear that they are all
able to respond to any Judgment that
might be recovered against them."
OUTPUT IS DOUBLED.
Kearns-Keith Mill at Park City Do
ing Splendid Work.
The present week has marked a great
advance in the output of the Kearns
Keith concentrator, which has put on a
night shift within the last few days,,
doubling its capacity and furnishing
employment for an enlarged force of
men in the mine and mill. Hitherto
the Kearns-Keith has been turning out
about twenty tons of concentrates
dally, so that its present output of forty
tons constitutes an important addition
to tho Park City oro shipments. Every
Indication points to the young giant,
the Kearns-Keith, soon taking its place
among the great producers of this
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers on the San Francisco board
were recorded as follows on Wednes
day: MacNamara, 400 at 18c, 200 at 20c,
100 at 19c; Montana-Tonopah, 1200 at
$L35, COO at 31.35, seller ten days; 700 at
$1.37, buyer ninety days; Belmont,
1109 at 50c; 200 at Clc, buyer sixty days;
North Star, COO at 33c; Rescue, 1400 at
8c; Tonopah Mining company, 100 at $6,
seller thirty days-.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
' THE KENY0N,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card Index
.systems. 'TyDQwrlter sjtRadUjnd. deslc
EUREKA HILL'S MILL
Assurance That Its Stamps
MANAGER FOX RETURNS
Seeks News on the Bullion
Output of the Old Bonanza Last Year
Some Pirst-Cla6s and Much
Mill Ore Exposed.
After an absence of thirty days', dur
ing which he saw his wife and
children comfortably and contentedly
Moylan C. Fox came In from the West
yesterday to glvo his attention to the
Eureka Hill of Tintic. "While he is not
prepared to announce a date, Manager
Fox says the big mill on the property
will go into commission again the pres
ent year, although the search for ilrot
class ore has been with very gratifying
results. For a year there has been no
attempt to crowd the output, the
amount marketed during tho com
pany's anniversary, which terminated
February 16th, having been confined to
ores for which about $56,000 was re
ceived. In addition to this, said Man
ager Fox, there 19 now about $10,000
worth of ore at tho surface waiting on
a better price for silver, whilo the
milling ore has continued to pile up.
Concerning negotiations In which it Is
sxiid that a new crowd Is seeking Bullion-Beck,
Mr. Fox said he had no per
"With conditions at the Kearns-Keith
mines and mill, Park City, he is very
much pleased, and with the mill Increas
ing its shifts and operating at full ca
pacity he has no doubt about the dis
tribution of dividends that before the
expiration of 1904. As an evidence of the
esteem in which the shares aro held by
the market, Mr. Fox says he had the
pleasure of rejecting a bid of $16, this
affording a market valuation of $2,250,
000 for the whole. He returns in excellent
health, while the friends of Mrs. Fox
will be gratified to learn of her Improvement.
ALONG- THE SAN PEDRO.
Old Salt Laker Returns With Ma
terial for a S300,000 Company.
W. H. Wilson, who has been mining at
Good Springs on the route of the San
Pedro, haa returned to town, bringing
with him the foundation for a 5300,000
compans'. the launching of which will
have been accomplished in the next few
hours. Of the merits of the region, Mr.
Wilson, who has been identified with
many of the camps of this State, is in
no doubt. Indeed he is exploiting it as
one of the most meritorious he has ever
seen, the Keystone, which has been
systematically opened up, affording
ample evidence of this. From the latter
Mr. Wilson returned with ores showing
a valuation of over $1000 gold per ton.
In the camp occurs in considerable
volume gold and copper, silver and lead
ores, and with the outlet that will be
afforded by the San Pedro the develop
ment of Its ledges the present season
will be most energetic Mr. Wilson came
back with the title to nine mining
claims, upon which some ore of fine
quality has been encountered, and with
the sinews afforded by the new com
pany he promises to eoon place them
among the producers of Good Springs
COL. DORSE Y IN TOWN.
Much Pleased With Various Interests
in Idaho Camps.
Col. George W. E. Dorseyi arrived
from his Nebraska home yesterday
morning, and after a few days devoted
to local interests will move on to Cali
fornia. Of conditions at his Idaho
properties Col. Dorsey sayg they have
developed up to every expectation, and
that tho reimbursement of those who
have been behind tho campaign should
begin in a short time. The interests by
which the Idaho Gold Development
company is controlled being almost
Identical with those In control of the
Gold Ledge properties out of Boise, it
is the intention of the latter to try its
ores out at the former's mill before con
structing an Independent one, while nt
the properties of the Pearl Mining com
pany in the same region development
will continue steadily the present sea
son, with the outlook at this time quite
encouraging. Meanwhile the Colonel has
a bunch of money coming to him from
the Columbia sale to the Ohio company,
over the success of which latter he is
very much pleased.
WILL PUSH WORK.
Clawson Gold Mining Company Will
Proceed to Get Busy.
(Special to The Tribune.)
EPHRAIM, Feb. .26. The Clawson
Gold Mining company has decided to
push the work on their group of claims,
and hope to strike the main ore body in
one of the claims within a hundred feet.
What makes the company feel so confi
dent is the fact that they have received
returns on some of the ore, of -which
they claim to have a vein of twenty
feet, and that they are situated between
claims of some Pittsburg capitalists
who are desirous of purchasing tho
property. The company is composed of
home people, and they refuse all offers
on the ground of preferring to work it
themselves and therefore reap tho ben
efits. Experienced men have Just re
turned from the property and claim It
is the best looking property they have
seen In a long time, there being a quan
tity of free' gold to be seen In some of
the best samples. The Pittsburg people
claim that to develop their ground
properly they must drive through a
largo portion of the Clawson ground.
It is claimed that this company has
made the Clawson Gold Mining com
pany an offer of $20,000 for its ground,
which it flatly refused to consider.
Ore and Bullion.
In the ore and builllon market the
day's settlements amounted to $C3,200,
.McCPIfilck Corefiortlnff .thorn as they
1 " ""
follow: American builllon, $34,700; gold,
sliver, lead and copper ores, $28,300.
In tho metal market silver ruled at
57 ccntB an ounce, lead at $3.G0 per 100
pounds, and casting copper at 11
cents a pound.
ACTIVITY AT MTJLDOON.
Three Companies Prepared for Ener
gotic Work In tho North.
Muldoon Is coming to tho front. It will
undoubtedly bo a lively camp thi9 sum
mer. There aro three companies that will
operate there, besides a number of Indi
vidual prospectors, and tho district will
be explored as it novor was before, says
tho Times, Hallcy, Ida. Ono of tho com
panies refoiTcd to has already begun
work. This is tho Argosy, that bought
tho Wolters claims, paying $12,000 cash
for them. This company has a carload
out that It will ship to Salt Lake early
In tho spring as a test, If It pays and
there is no doubt that It will, tho only
question being how much It will pay
other shipments will follow and a con-
centra tor will be built by fall.
Another of tho companies to operato
there la the Albany. Charles Ilcrnshelm
owns one-half, Franc C. Mandell one
fourth, and a Mr. Greene tho other fourth.
Mr. Ilcrnshelm Is the head of tho Nov.'
Orleans family that has been In tho lead
in the tobacco business of the South for
two or threo generations. He Is not ko
lngr to lei the grass grow under his feet,
when ho once gets to work; and he In
tends to come here as soon as tho road3
open in the spring. He only closed the
purchase tho day that he left for New
York last fall, and never was In Muldoon.
Fred C. Bradley In now said to have
three feet of solid gaiona, instead of two
feet as at llrst reported. And ho will un
doubtedly havo a good shipment ready
by spring, and enlarge his operations
These threo groups, the Argosy, tho Al
bany and Bradley's, are wltnm a rnlle of
each other. They will therefore constltuto
quito a camp.
The ore out Muldoon-way Is generally
considered as low grade, and it Is, That
Is. It Is of lower grade than tho avorago
Wood River ore. The latter usually av
erages $100 or hotter, whilo the former Is
worth ?G0 to $S0, and would therefore be
considered as qulto high of grade any
IN NAILDRIVER CONTACT.
Important Epoch in the Development
of tho Property.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
PARK CITY. Feb. 26. Tho vein for
which drifting operations havo been pro
ceeding for some time from tho shaft bot
tom on tho 700-foot level In the Nalldrlvor
was oncountored several days ago. Tho
vein matter is described as a good grado
of material and dlftlng will continue
upon Its strike for possible oro chutes.
The vein Is a south-dipper contact vein
and was encountered CO foot south of tho
shaft. Its discovery on tho 700-foot level
Is considered an event of great Impor
tance and was looked forward to hero
with considerable eagerness. It was the
goal of operations begun early last sum
mer in the Nalldrlvcr shaft, then down
only a short distance, and the fact that
nearer tho surface this same vein has
shown strong ore chutes leads those In
terested to believe that disclosures of im
portance will soon take placo along its
Superintendent Bcott of the Continental
Alta is down from camp again.
Tho Carisa is loading several cars of
oro with which to usher out tho month.
Manager George Dcrn of tho Con. Mer
cur camo in from camp again last night.
Manager II. S. Joseph of tho Carisa Is
scheduled to arrive from Indiana next
Samuel Newhouse Is scheduled to arrive
from New York next week, after many
Superintendent A. O. Jacobson of tho
Columbus Con. Is down from that Alta
John W. Langley of the Silver Shield
left for its Bingham properties yester
Manager Milan Packard of the Star Con.
was In from that Tintic proposition dur
ing tho day.
Manager John C. Sullivan of tho Ray
mond Mining company's properties camo
up from Eureka again yesterday.
Georgo Moore has been advised of tho
death of his father in Wisconsin and is
now speeding homoward on the sad Jour
ney. Tho Grand Central of Tintic reached tho
furnaces of tho Bingham Con. with an
other consignment of hlgh-grado oro yes
terday. A message from the officials of the To-nopah-Belcher
Mining company now vis
iting tho camp says 'thc mlno is looking
Superintendent A. P. Maybcrry of tho
United States Mining company's Bingham
system left for camp again yesterday
President Jacob Moritz of tho Little
Chief has returned after a most exhil
arating sojourn at Monterey. Cal.. accom
panied by Mrs. Moritz, whoso health was
much Improved. '
Dexter lessees havo advised the man
agement that they will bo on the market
In a few days with a consignment showing
126 ounces silver and $51 gold from tho
mines at Tuscarora, Nev.
Capt, Henry Stern, acting manager of
tho Yampa smelter, has returned from
Bingham, muoh pleased with the manner
In which tho blast furnaco Is behaving.
Ho leaves for tho plant again this morn
ing. John Ernst has struck It rich, about two
miles below Clayton. He has eighteen
to thirty-six inches of gray copper oro
that assays so high that he refuses a
standing offer of $350 a ton for It on the
dump. Ho has fivo tons out, says tho
Wood Rlvor Times of Idaho.
Charles Morris of Butte, Mont., In in tho
city again, on his way to TonopRh, Nov.
Mr. Morris Is tho owner of ono of tho big
lntercsto in Montana-Tonopah and with
friends will leave for tho big Western
Georgo W. Coohlcr, superintendent of tho
Sacramento mill, was In from tho Mcrcur
plant ngaln yestorday, aftor providing
meanB for the company's March dividend,
and roportB gold and quicksilver both flow
Not Hovr Cheap But JELovr Good.
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