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I f"fews of Mine, of"" Prospect, of P"
I REPORTED LEASE
Lino Into the Old Camp to Bo He
habilitated and Put Into Ac
It was stated last night by what ap
peared to be good authority that Henry
M. Crowther, to whose energetic en
deavors -and aggressive methods the
old camp of Alta is so largely indebted,
for Its reawakening, had procured a
lease on, the tramway between that
camp and the outlet Into the valley, and
that under him Us rehabilitation and
re-equipment will begin at once. Mr.
Crowther is the general manager of
the Continental Alta company's mines,
that have responded so generously to
his Intelligent methods, and that have
at this time a very large volume of ore
awaiting an outlet ouch as the tram
way may be made to provide. Not only
this, there are heavy tonnages await
ing its reopening in a number of other
properties, and under reasonable terms
the carrier ought to be made self-sustaining
before life close of the season,
if it Is not made a source of profit.
The line Is among the assets of the
Klo Grande system, and will, It is said,
revert to It after a certain period. To
restore the grade, splice down new rails
and put It in operating condition, it Is
said that Mr. Crowther has had for
some time the means at his disposal,
and It Js hoped the report that he has
captured it Is authentic.
I VERY LIKELY TO
GET INTO COURT
While the new administration to
which the Interests of the Star Con.
Mining company of Tintlc was commit
ted at the last annual meeting of
shareholders has pleaded that it is un
wise, to divulge" the results of an inves
tigation into the "records that weeks
were required to complete, it was said
by a prominent shareholder last night
that it would most likely culminate In
a scrap between the Packard and anti
Packard Interests In court. On this the
shareholders are prepared to wait, in
that at the properties of the company
work Is progressing with a small force,
while the directors are relied on to con
tinue operations even in the event that
it becomes necessary to negotiate a
loan. However, there is yet a few dol
lars in the stocking and always a possi
bility of opening up a pot underground
in that locality with -which to replenish.
I HOMEWARD BOUND
ON KAISER WILHELIY1
A cablegram from Cherbourg during
the day brought nevsof the departure,
by tho Kaiser WHhelin, of Clarence K.
McCornick of thjs city and Col. 0. P.
PoBey of Los Angeles, who have been
attending the annual meeting of share
holders of the Gold Poads Mining com
pany In Paris. France. Hon. AY. S.
McCornick, to whom the message came
during the afternoon, says the Parisian
contingent has exercised Its option on
a bulance of shares remaining In the
treasury, the deal involving quite a
large; sum, although the option was ex
ecuted at a period antedating the de
velopment of the property out of King
man, Ariz.. Into Its present propor
tions. Messrs. McCornick and Posey
are expected In Salt Lake the last of
the present month.
I VERY FINE ORES
FR0IV1 OLD MAMMOTH
A most impressive example of the
class of ore that has enabled the man
i agement of the Mammoth of Tintlc to
restore it to Its position in the divi
dend column was afforded by a lot of
ore. consisting of 130 tons, which was
i sold yesterday on controls showing as
mueh as 9.9 per cent copper, 20 ounces
silver and 56 gold per ton. That this
class of ore Is occurring Jn consider
able abundance, the size of the lot mar
keted during the day affords, perhaps,
the best evidence. Superintendent
Samuel Mclntyre, Jr., who was prcs
j ent at the settlement, says of the mine
j that its condition Is most satisfac-
I UTAH DIRECTORS
AND JULY DIVIDEND
The directors of the Utah mine at
Fish Springs, 'in the Deep Creek coun
try, will gather in regular session to
day and, said one of their number,
there la no reason to believe other than
that the usual dividend of a cent a
Bhare, or $1000. will be posted for July
distribution, Of the mine, It is said that
Its condition was never more gratifying
than Is it at this time, new ore bodies
in now territory having added materl-.
ally to Its resources. ,
iTHE DAY'S OUTPUT OP
OltES AND SUILION
In the ore and bullion market tho
day's settlements amounted to ?G3,700
McCornick & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, $31,200;
gold, silver, lead and copper ores. JS0 -COO.
In the metal market silver again did
some sprinting und ruled at 58 cents
an ounce, with lead at 53.604.20 per
hundred pounds, and casting copper at
11&- cents a pound.
II Dig Mining Deal.
DENVER, July C One of he biggest
i mining deals In this State in some time
3 consummated, accordlng,to a report re
ceived here today, yas tho transfer of
the stock of the Gold King Mines com
, pany of Sllverton to tho Venture Ml-
i nlng company. The price paid Is said
' to be 25.000,000.
H- Western Ore Shippers' Agency.
163 Main st. P. O. box -157. Phone 2000.
TO HAVE A MILL
Frank B. Many of Cleveland, O.,
owner of one of the interests by which
the Dutchman mines In American Fork
canyon are controlled, writes from the
East that the company has under seri
ous consideration their equipment with
a mill the present season. Awaiting
such equipment aro large volumes of
ore, the metallic contents of which
compare favorably with those of any
milling proposition in the diggings.
During the past year the management
has done over 600 feet of tunneling and
constructed a sawmill.
Dr. W. J. Holden, vice-president of
the company, is now at camp and will
remain tho greater portion of the season.
BUYERS HAVE DAY
Oti STOCK EXCHANGE
To execute orders for 1T.725 shares of
stock at yesterday's calls on tho mi
ning exchange, buyers were required to
draw on their balances for $0169, and
yet the investor, as a rule, had the
marketyin his own hands. Silver King
relaxed Its hold on 75 shares at $50 50
51.00, on which its monthly distribu
tion of $100,000 affords an interest of 17
petveent per annum, while Daly "West
responded to a bid of $23.50, on which
figure the investor is receiving better
than 20 per cent. Con. Mercur opened
up a July consignment which was dis
posed of down to 23 cents, while Daly
camjs forth to a bid of $2.50. with Nall
driver delivering a single lot at 26.
notwithstanding the improved condi
tion of the property. Mammoth, which
has resumed the payment of 5-cent
dividends, changed hands at $1.20, while
a block of 5000 Galena of Deep Creek
was sold around 5, the day closing on
the following market:
I A."M. P. M.
Bid. IAakcd.il Bid. Askcd
AJax I? .06 $ .10 l$ -0CW$ .10
Alice 15 15
Boston Con.. 6.37 5.2-t.
B'llion-Beck 1.00 1.40 LOT 1.50
Butler-Lbrl . .11 -.12 .11 .12..
Carlsa 05i .07 .06
Century CO . SCI .57 -C5..
Con. Mercur .22 .23)1 .22 .26
Daly 2.15 2.S5 2.15
Daly-Judgel -1.25 4.50 4.00
Daly West .. 23.2o 23.C0 23.25 23.60
E. & B. B.. .60 50 .75
G. Central . 4.00 4.40 4.00
Horn Silver 1.00 1.50 -1.00 1.50
Ingot ; 01
Little- Bell 1.(0
Liltlo Chief 02
L. Mam 16
La Itcinc .. -05?i 05 :06
M.-Ton 2.30 2.47 2.50
Mammoth ... 1.17 1.22 1.17 1.20
May Day .. .01 .Oli
New York .02 .02
Ontario 3.00 3.00
B.-H'stako 50 60
Sunshine ( ,05 J
Swansea ....( .20 .43 .40 .45
S. Swansea -03 .07,i .03 .07
Sacramento . .12 .15 .11 .13
Silver King . 49.00 55.00 50.00 51.50
Star Con. .. .11 .13 .11 .13
Silver Shield .04 05 .10
Tetio 31.... 31 .35
U. States ... 21.23
U. Sam C... .16 .17 .1C ,1C
Utah 42 4t .40
Victoria 90 1.10 .95
Victor OlVi 01 .01
AVabaoh 01 01
Yankee C. .. .31 .35 .32 .3i
Consolidated Mercur, SCO at 25c; CC0 at
24q: 1000 at 24c; 500 at 23c; 1000 at 23c.
Daly West. 50 at $23.50.
Undo Sam Consolidated, 500 at lGVic
Sliver King, 100 at $50.50.
No open board sales.
Shares sold, 4550.
Selling value, $7140.73.
Galena. 4000 at Sc; 1000 at 5&c.
Mammoth. 200 at $1.20.
Silver King. 25 at $51.
La Peine. SCO at Cc
.New York. 1000 at 2c )
'Shares sold. C525.
Selling value, $1816.75.
Daly. 50 at $2.50.
Nalldrlvcr. 100 at 26c
Star Con.. 500 at 12c.
Shares sold, C50.
Soiling value, $211.50.
Doston Market Booms.
Special to tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. July 6 They aro get
ting up quite a little steam In this Boston
market. Trading today has been moro
general with prices on the mend. The
firmness displayed by the list is having
a good effect on commission houses which
aro becoming more active ench day. Sll
ing orders are fast disappearing while tho
buying orders appear to be on tho in
crease. The advance In Amalgamated
helped the local shares immensely. Condi
tions Improve each day and tho idea that
this active market la going to contlnuo
Is fast becoming general. The market
closed activo and strong. Hornblower &
Weeks, brokers, 53 State atreet, Boston,
and 10 Wall street, New York, furnlah the
Sales. High. Low. Close,
Amalgamated ... 4t543 $51.50 $50. C2 $51.00
Bingham 3,300 24.25 23.00 " 24.CO
Daly West 5CC 23.C0
Mercur 900 . 27 .26 .WJ
Utah 7,313 37.87 36.50 37.C0
United. Suites .... 105 21.37
Curb Boaton. $5.606.7G.
Son Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6. The official
closing quotations for mlng stocks today
wero as folio wsj
Altu $ .05 Justlco $ .07
Andes 10 Mexican 03
Belcher 21 Occidental 70
B St. B 1.10 Ophlr 2.S0
Caledonia 55 Overman 02
Challenge 11 Potosl ,03
Confidence SO Savage 17
C C & Va 1.05 Seg Boloher vtS
Con Imperial .. .01 Sierra Nev 32
Crown Point ... .12 Sliver Hill C3
Exchequer 36 Union Con 33
G &. C 19 Utah Con 10
II & N CO Yellow Jacket.. .19
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$1.25 Mass Mining. .$ 3.75
Alloucz S.50 Micliig;in .... 3.75
Amalgamated 50.S7 Mohawk .. .. 41.25
Am Zinc 9.50 Mont C Si C 3.75
1 Atlantic 7.75 Old Dom .... 12.50
I Bingham 23.75 Parrot ., .... 25.00
C & H ...463165.00 Qulncy S6.0O
Centennial .,, 2,14 Shannon .. .. 5.50
Cop Range. .. 43 C2 Tamarack ... 91,00
Daly West ... 23.50 Trinity 4.fi7
Dom Coal .... 43.00 U S Mining.. 21.25
Franklin .... 7.00 U S Oil 10.00
Grancy .... 3.00 Winona 7.25
Isle Royalo... 8.00 Wolverine .... 79.62
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THE UTAH LIST
LEADS IN BOSTON
A Boston letter on tho Boston stock
market says the "coppers" are just
now being led by the list from Utah
with Bingham Con. and Utah Con.
showing greatly Increased activity.
Now the question has been raised, says
the Boston letter, as to whether or not
BIngnam will make another Utah. The
two propositions are entirely dissimi
lar, though located In the same camp.
Utah Consolidated ores aro smelted In
dependently, nnd Bingham uses its
Iron sulphide ores as the basis of a
custom smelting business, which It is
rapidly developing to very Important
proportions. Bingham has almost un
limited opportunity for extension of op
erations, and I think It will eventually
pay considerably larger dividends per
share than Utah does or ever can.
"The month of May was the best one
the Bingham company has ever had.
June operations will not show quite as
large a profit because of a forced sus
pension at one furnace for ten days
while repairs were made. A fifth fur
nnco has been ordered, and sixty days
hence it will be In commission, Increas
ing the smelter's capacity 25 per cent.
It Is the rapid increase In the com
pany's custom smelting business that
is making necessary a larger number of
"All of the Bingham company's mines
arc showing up favorably. There have
been recent developments, of considera
ble importance in the Sampson mine
and in the Eagle & Blue Bell property.
There is now every reason for the be
lief that the Eagle & Blue Bell will
make a very big and valuable miue.
It has already been estimated that It
will develop a vnlue of $3,000,000. The
mine Is being opened very rapidly, and
were not the Bingham smelter over
crowded with custom ores it would now
ship doily fifty tons or more of high
grade orq. The purchase of the Eagle
& Blue Bell by the Bingham company
at a nominal price was a most fortu
FOB MILL WATER
Devices with which to determine the
volume of water of which the "Evans
Farm". In Salt Lake valley lo produc
tive, and upon Just what How the Bos
ton Con. Mining company may rely in
the concentration of its copper, gold and
silver-bearing porphyries at "Bingham,
are now In operation. This done and
the results adequate, the erection of a
mill at that point will follow. On this
the American wing of the board of di
rectors Is decided, Its decision solidified
by the success that has characterized
the operations of the Utah Copper com
pany adjoining. Fred BetUes, who haa
the undertaking in hand, says he has
no doubt that the Farm can be made
to furnish 1500 gallons of water per
minute, without the further develop
ment of its channels, and, with devel
opment, he believes in water sufficient
with which to reduce 4000 tono of ore
daily. However, with the present flow,
he sees how half that tonnage may be
treated with most profitable results.
Perhaps no piece of work In the valley
is being followed with livelier Interest.
THE FOURTH FURNACE
NOW IN COMMISSION
The fourth .furnace at the Bingham
Con. smelter is again in commission and
720 tons of ore, said Capt. MacVichlc,
the company's general manager, are
now going daily Into its battery. On
the fifth furnace construction la now
progressing, and, unless delayed by the
manufacturer of material, it will bo
ready to blow in next month.
UTAH CON. AND ITS
The Boston correspondent of the En
gineering and Mining Journal says;
"Utah Con., which has been tho local
feature, haa declined somewhat on prof
it taking by the late buyers, closing $1
below a week ago at $3C.37'4, ex-dividend
of $1.50. It is almost on assured
fact that the next dividend will be $2.
The company is now getting the benefit
of its increased mill facilities, which
will add materially to lta Income."
(r-ry -r rtJjMi ' AMERICAN
VyX 82.50 to S4.00
C'i.00 to SS.Ou SIVI L.L.
G. B. & J. H. Whltecar, pattern-makers.
Mine and smelter work a specialty.
Prices reasonable, 217 Read St. 'Phone
ON GRAMD RIVER
Pumping of Water From the Main
Stream to Bars Along Its
The big pump with which tho gold
benrlng bars of the Big Six company
at Dewey, on the Grand river, have
been equipped, Is now raising 2000 gal
lons of water per minute from that
stream, and with thio washing the
"colors" out of 600 cubic yards of
gravel dally, says Charley Brown, who
hay Just returned from the locality, and
who is himself Interested down there.
In the undertaking, which is under the
management of a Mr. Cato, much in
terest is manifested, and while the
equipment thus far Is but a unit in
that "which Is projected, the futuro of
the Grand rivor placers must be in
fluenced largely by results with which
the initial plant shall be operated. In
the campling of the gravel Mr. Brown
vayo he found much of It to contain
as much as $3 gold per cubic yard, and,
with anything like this as an average,
there ought not to be any doubt, with
sufficient means of washing, about re
sults. While It has required some time
to Install it, the plant, thus far con
flating of a 30-horcpowcr engine and
pump, has been inexpensive, the entire
cost, said Mr. Brown, about $4100. In
the event the Big Six crowd succeeds,
others will follow with similar equip
ment at once. The stream, as another
fource of gold In Utah, opens up many
possibilities'. For a stretch of eighty
miles along Its course the stream has
been profitably panned, and that It has
not been made productive long before
this is that means with which to get
water onto the bars have not been pro
vided. The clean-up at Dewey Is await
ed with much eagerness.
FOR GEMINI'S FLOCK
The shareholders of the Gemini Mi
ning company of Tintlc have just pock
eted another $10 dividend, or $50,000,
this increasing the total that has been
passed around since July 1 to $100,000
and swelling the total from Its en
during channels to $1,100,000. Mean
while it Is said of the mines that at
no period in their career have they pre
sented a better appearance physically,
and that the output is not materially
Increased is that It is not the policy of
the company to do so until additional
depth is attained in the shaft.
ANOTHER GROUP OF FREE
GOLD CLAIMS LOCATED
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nev., July C John Fur
ness of Boston, a member of the firm of
Wllberforce & Furness, stock brokers,
went through camp today with Henry
Grogan and Mike Blackmail, the two
latter prospectors?, to Los Vegas.
Thence they go over the desert about
twenty miles to a strike recently, made
by the prospectors, where they have lo
cated a group of free-gold claims, which
Is found in most singular fdrmitlon.
Grogan says that they struck float go
ing upwards? of $150 a ton, and followed
It to a small out-cropping, where they
found the values run In a pure white
quartz, but wnich was frozen to a spar
ledge, and on sinking they found fair
values also in the spar. On attaining a
depth of forty feet the character of the
ledge changed to a dirty yellow quartz
heavily oxidized and small particles of
spar all scattered through the vein. The
gold here was foundvin the oxidized
quartz and not a particle of gold proved
up In the spar.
At a depth of 120 feet the vein
changed again back to the white quartz
and widened from seven inches to two
feet, while the values decreased to $65 a
ton and the gold became coarse and sev
eral nice nuggets going for an ounce to
two and three-tenths ounces wero found
lit small pockets and the deposits are
now found at a depth of ISO feet In sim
ilar formation. Considerable work has
thus far been done on these claims, and
If they show up well to Mr. Furness ho
will Invest considerable capital in open
ing them up in first-class shape.
H. R. Sibley, one of the owners of the
Grand View group, located twenty-nine
mlley west of Caliente, brought some
fine samples of gold and silver ore Into
camp today, taken from a six-foot ledge
on the No. G claim. He Is? sending It to
Salt Lake City for assays.
Mark Hartley, formerly consulting
engineer of tho Le Roy Mining company
of Rossland, B. C, and later chief engi
neer for the Independence mine of Crip
ple Creek, Colo., passed through camp
today Jn company with Miles FIndlay,
who located the Green River group of
gold-copper claims near Mesqulle,
twenty-four miles south of Moapa, last
fall. These claims, ten in number, are
located In a group of hills, having for
their formation a thick capping of lime
stone, underlaying this is a sub-strata,
of about twenty to one hundred feet of
porphyry, and cropping out in one of
the gulches, FIndlay found a six-foot
ledge of granite, copper stained, Into
which he tunneled for two hundred feet.
After getting in fifteen feet the ledgo
became more pronounced and showed
up regular formation widening to twelvo
feet, and In forty feet further the ledge
was decked throughout with native cop
per. Here FIndlay croswut both ways
and found his ledge seventeen feet wide
and assaying 1C per cent copper. When
in 115 feet, he again cross?cut and found
his ledge twenty-three feet wide and
assays of from lS to 23 per cent copper
were fpund. Here he struck a black
oxide of copper with the nntlve and
sunk a winze eighty-five feet, at the
bottom of which his orfe went 28 per cent
copper and $C in gold. He has done
mpre than COO feet of work on the dif
ferent claims and all enow high values
iji copper with development.
The group Is now under bond to a
New York sydicate, of which Mr. Hart
ley in expert, and the option pr,ice of
$80,000 will be paid in three equal Inc
stallmenti) within the next six months
if the expert gives a favorable opinion.
John Burns and Mike Brennan came
in from the district south of Moapa to
day with the richest samples of froe
gold ever found In this part of Nevada,
They located eight claims about 20 miles
southwest from Moapa last month, and
In running an open cut on the Gray
Eagle in a porphyry formation he en
countered a crosss vein twenty feet In,
which was five Inches wide nnd run $G0l
per ton in free gold. Specimens from
the vein show chunks, of freo gold the
size of a pea, In. a decomposed white
quartz, honeycombed and filled with
hematite. The ore crumbles readily and
Is very free milling.
Tho locators had with them a mortar
and pestle and pounded out twenty
ounces oN gold, which they have with
them. They then followt-d the blind
lead northerly and txmtherly, and while
It did not Increase in width northerly It
widened to fourteen inches when in
twelve feet on the drift and retained the
values. From near the breast of this
drift a chunk of gold was taken weigh
ing one ounce and four pennyweights.
These pieces are found in a kind of
white quartz mixed with silica, crystal
ized and very fragile.
The lead docs not crop out and the lo
cators have followed It In the drift
twenty-four feet southerly, with no
change from the average width of four
teen inches. On the Cactus claim they
1 tin In on a two-foot ledge of porphy
retlc quartz carrying values" of $23 In
freo gold. At tho breast of this tunnel,
which Is now In thirty-two feet, the
ledge had wfdened to thirty Inches and
the value remained the same. This
ledge lies between shale and lime wallo,
and Is broken at intervals.
On the Moapa claim they have run
in nn open cut twenty-one feet on a
twenty-eight Inch ledge of free milling
white quartz, showing values of $G In
gold nnd 28 ounces silver In a lime for
mation showing iron oxide.
Burns and Brennan went to Salt Lake
thl afternoon to get assays made of
their gold-silver ore taken from differ
ent parts of the ledge on the surface,
and will go from there to Denver to con
sult with Blake & Fisher,, their asso
ciates. Cbarle3 R, Weston of Crlpplo Creek
passed through camp today en route to
the "Vesten group of mines located In
February by his brother, Phillip, from
which some high grade gold-copper ore
haa been taken. Samples of this oro
wont $1S gold and 52 per cent copper, ta
ken from-a four-foot ledge at bottom of
a forty-foot shaft. These claims He
twenty-three miles southeast of Moapa
In a granite formation, and there Is
about 200 feet of development work
completed on six claims. These gentle
men Intend making a shipment of a
sample carload of ore early in August
to Salt Lake smelters. They have an
abundance of timber and will put in a
pipe line to convey water to their elaima
a distance of one and one-half miles, if
the shipment pans out to suit them.
Jack Winters, an old-timer In Neva
da and New Mexico, brought In three
sacks of sample ore taken from a claim
which he located June 10, two miles
from the Grand View claims, which lies
twenty-nine miles west of Caliente. He
struck a ledge of copper ore five feet
wide, showing black oxide and native
copper, and says that he believes his
ledge Is a true fissure, as it lies between
granite walls, the values running in
what he terms cyanite. He ran in
twenty-eight feet on the ledge and
found it of uniform width and values.
He Is taking the ore to Salt Lake for
assay and says it is the richest deposit
he hns ever seen in southern Nevada
tor tins ciass 01 ore. ie win go on to
Cheyenne, Wyo., after having had as
says made and will return this month
accompanied by Col. W. D. Kimball, a
big cattle owner, and his brother-in-law,
who grub-staked him for this trip.
John Ryan, whose time and talent
have for many years been divided be
tween the diggings and stock-growing
in Beaver county, came up from tho
south yesterday morning to confer
with his brothei" Patrick, who had ar
rived after a visit tp Chicago. The ef
fort to disentangle the affairs of tho
ill-starred Majestic company, and tho
prospect of getting even 60 cents on the
dollar, while $10,000 is being applied to
the further development of the proper
ties, has done much to relieve the situ
ation in the region surrounding Mil
ford, and the prospect of reopening the
mines is as gratifying to those to whom
the company is not Indebted as is the
assurance that local creditors aro to
receive a piece of bread-money.
The particular undertaking on which
the Interests' of Beaver county aro rely
ing to further emphasize the merits of
tho region, however, is that in tho
hands of Mr. Newhouse and his staff.
Of course the old Horn Silver, moro
prosperous today than at any period in
many years, has In its enormous out
put of wealth nnd dividends afforded a
conclusive lesson on the resources of
the country, but the average man, said
Mr. Ryan, is invariably waiting on that
"something new." Hdwever, the visitor
has no doubt that Beaver county will
be. ultimately, as productive as any
in the State.
B. J. McGinness of Arthur, Nev., is
In town with a string of most likely
prospects, in which he Is seeking to
interest capital. Mr. McGinness . was
nrr.ong the first to inquire Into tho dis
coveries at Mountain City and iys they
are all that has been represented.
D. P. Rohlfing has returned to town
after a protracted absenco in the dig
gings. M. D. McCreery has been made su
perintendent of the power plant of the
Columbus Con. at Alta.
S. G. Weston, who is now In the city,
reports the sacking of oro going on at '
the Sylvanla. group of mines at the old ,
camp of Bullion. The last lot of ore
brought to this market by him was
sold on controls showing as much as
25.5 per cent copper. i
A lot of 11 per cent copper ore was
sold on yesterday's market through As
sayer Tremayne. From what rich spot 1
It came could not be ascertained,
Theodore Hatfield, superintendent of
the Albion Mining company's Alta
properties, left for camp again yester
day morning, to rush the work on the
long tunnel now nearing the region of
Peter Porter will leave for Boise, Ida.,
today to conduct an examination of
Manager D. C. Jackllng of the Utah
Copper company left for the mines and C
mill at Bingham again yesterday morn-
wnuam xuyi, 01., jiiuuutjci ui uiu
Copper Belt railway, over which so
much of the wealth of Bingham Is now
passing to furnaces and mills, left for
his old home In Los Angelesj yesterday
morning, accompanied by Mrs. Bayly.
President E. L. White oC the IBlng
ham Con. is scheduled to arrive from
Boston next week.
Col. Ed Babcock. a prominent mer
chant and mining man of Helena,
Mont., is In the city on hlo way East
Tho Colonel Ib Interested with George
H- Robinson in tho Tintlc Mining and
Development company, and may be ln-
I Is easily accomplished on our "Insurance" gasoline stoves. W(
X The heat is closely confined and not disseminated beyond the',j
store itself, giving heat where heat is required. They are! j;
cleaner, less expensive to oppentte and in every way more sat-J
I isfactory than coal stoves for summer cooking. See the dis-'
? play of new models in our window.
J T J
j C. W. HIGGINS, M. DjP
11 SPECIALIST. j jjj
rvr Js?tK Ilk Microscopic and Analytic Physician. 1 ifr
9k W , 11 "
CURES Fits. Nervous Weakness. Neu-J
tiij ralgla, Varicocele. Weak Spine, Billous-flpi
j LV 5 mbSV ncss, Gravel, Sore Eyes. Lung DlseaBes.iwf
a5?T T c)Jw Tape Worm. Dyspepsia, Liver and Ivicl4Cji
' sifWlJV 37 7 ncv Complaint, Deafness. Catarrh. Brjif'Ej1
uWaWW'hO-'5'' S Elpelas, Old Sorca, Scrofula, RhoumatlsiiitJEl
V$'4?rnWS ' Stiff Joints, Plica In their worst lovrnTS.
Vjtf 5?)W Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Fits can?tJ
ftSIHKViwA J 7 1)0 Permanently cured. jf
i vVSswu) s By tl10 a,d of tne Mlcroncope we can dc-
WvSiiS?j( I 9 tect Calcut, Cancerous Matter, Carbonate IS
1 V?v??yi n of Lime, Albumen, and all cxtrancoua ij
fewWiardtf fir substances mixed with the Urine or, '
yyafir' Blood. This Is tho scientific principle
" Pwll ' L 1 ' trcatIne (-nronIc Diseases. I y
TOTAkV Vk Tl Can be found at his office, St. Elmo Ho-. ' &
!fiM V W XffT tel. from 10 a. m to 4 p, m. Rooms 17, 1S &!
Vv THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS"
HALF ITS CURE. . f
j KNOWLEDGE IS POTVER, MAN. KNOW THYSELF.
I IF YOU WANT CASH AV I
I FOR YOUR jfe lll I
1 BAD DEBTS .
' No matter how largo they aro or In 5 ,( i
; what town. city. State, or Territory. WyA IJ,,,,A7'S
If wo did not know we could collect i
I your bills, we cortainly would not bo psS y V
palng out money to advertise. ?(L-
Wo advertise because we want your iSB&p'X ei
claims for collection. Our ability to make asSSSSgK&A .st' J
' collections where all othors have failed, fwT i
' has enabled us to build up the largest col- (SSWimr7 I
, lection business in tho world. iX
This ad. is suro to bring many claims to SWsftKV vC 1
i our offlc-is for collection, and wc are just 5TJ7 ' i
1 as suro to collect these claims and make V7 J 1
' money in commissions thoreon. i
; MERCHANTS' PiOTieilWE ASSOCIATION!
Scientific Collcctprs of Debts, Publishers of Credit Records of Delinquent?.
Debtors, who can, but refuse to pay their Just debts, and consequent unworthy
of tru and confidence. REPORTERS of How People pay their bills.
Established 11 years. Representatives every whore. Of flees. Top Floor Com- '
mcrclal Block, Salt Lake City.
FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager.
"Some People Don't Llko Us " 1
I DOCTOR COOK CU;,E0 ?,'EsrF"
! Prostatic Troubles 'Sj Nervous Debility
K permarntly cired. no mat- Cures quick and radical in
Sw ter how lone standing tho hy, ?3 20 to GO days, by my own fa-
diaeaae. in from 6 to 20 days. vyl nious method.
J Stricture M g&tf g ' Varicocele
I? curP,d ln dV3, wlthut W r R Completely and pennanent-
n cutting, pain, drugs or de- ggA-H lv cured bv my new pro- U
J tentlon from business. tsKsSj ss; all disagreeable syrap- R
Wasting Weakness j xf B5SiyF0Sdd,SS K 1
1 Time of cure, 10 to 60 hV rr safe, painless and bloodless. ,
days, by my original, very yf. v -koJiw? An absolute cure guaranv
slraplo remedy (used cxclu- Viyr&A yS&'f teed.
slvely by me). '0 Blood Poison
i ?r,vafce D.seases W Every ve3llBQ of poIson
W cured ln 8 to 10 days, with- removed from system with-
V. out tho use of poisonous .V'J' out aid of mercury or pot-
!u arucs. ash.
Consultation la free and Invited, an d In consulting mo you may be sure that
nothing that science can devlso or skill perfect ha3 been left undone to afford
you a eneedy, snfo and permanent cure. H
L WRITE me In full confidence, explaining your trojblea aa they appear to If
you, and rocelvo by rtturn mall my ho nest and candid opinion of your case, II
V' The cold bottle for the summer time is tho one con- JM
E gaining Idan-ha natural mineral -water, the purest, B
hi (most healthful and refreshing mineral water in I
S America, I
PvIEGEP, & LTNDLEY, I
I "The Whiskey' Merchants."
The Best Whiskey
I Needs no Praiso.
5 Old Cambridge Rye
I Old Crow Bourbon
I THE ZAINO, 1
3 ROPER & MAYER, H '
K-2S W. Second South SL a
duced to visit the diggings before push
W. B. Mucklow of the Majestic left
for Milford last night.
George H. Robinson, managing di
rector of tho Tintlc Mining and De
velopment company, left for its." Bing
ham mines and smelter yesterday
All the machinery at the Utah Con.
smelter is now in commission, with 600 '
tons of oro going daily into the furnaces-
UTAH BCDOOACio'HrG cdbZ.
' .COTTON rCLT SSl I
Bottor t&aa. any Eastern make. "WID
cost you leao money. Ask your deftly
er for them. Look for oux trade
Utah Bedding & WVg CoJ
Salt Lako City. Utah-
Scott's Sarifai-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CUBE
VI tho BMdiUrund Ww""! K,t
55x.fi.nev9. noonssMorxY. Caros)
f?Xf raqulcklj nd rcrmanentlr tMr1
Wwont cntes of Gonorrhoea a
iVand Ole, no matter ot low
hftrmlew. Sold by dr?Stfitt.:
, ' . Pries 81.00. or by mall, poflt-ij
rJifV paid, Jl.CO, 3 boxes. 2.74. i
tyTNE SAHm-PEPSIH CO. J
Kiy BcllefoaUhw, Obl. ,
7. J, HILL DRUG CO., Salt Lake CKjfc