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ff XEOS aA3KPXiAKB tiUBUM SATCBDAT MORNING, JULY 23 iMt
I News of Mae, of -Prospect, of Furnace aid of - MSSLj
I BLUE JACKET
TO SHIP HEBE
i Seven Devil's Big Producer Seeks
I Furnaces in Salt Lake
With coppor orC3 or sensational qual
1 lty coming: from at least three slopes
In the Blue Jacket Mines in the- Seven
Devils' region, Idaho. Col. George YV, 15.
Dorsey. who recently acquired an op
tion on the group, came down from
that camp yesterday morning and. with
the ore-buyer is negotiating for a mar
ket that will cnablo him to forward
his entire output to the local furnaces.
The log at the mines which was turned
I over to him when ho took possession of
tho property shows that eighty-three
cars of ore. sold in New York under
a previous administration, afforded an
average of -10 per cent copper, from
56' to $10 gold and from S to 15 ounces
silver ner ton. It Is a product of this
class for which ho J? now seeking a
market in this valley. The high srade
ores are' occurring, lens-like, in a lodge
that Is from twenty-five to thirty feet
between, walla, says tho Colonel, and to
reach the wealth of similar quality 12j
feet below, pumping will be Inaugu
rated in the next few days. Upon the
option In which ho has himself obli
gated to pay a large sum of money
to the vendors, the Initial payment
" lias been made and that the deal will
he consummated as projected his
friends in Salt Lake have no doubt.
1)1 the same locality C. W. Jones Is
dispatching ore of fine quality to Salt
Lake vallcr from tho. Peacock mines,
operated by him under a lease that
promises big results.
In Pearl camp, out of Bofse City, the
various bines and prospects are re
sponding wonderfully, said the Colonel,
and every prediction made by Anthony
Godbe ot this city, after careful exami
nation, is being fulfilled. No one hrs
sunk to a depth of SCO feet and opened
uj) his ledge who has failed to acid a
mine to tho region's roster. When he
went Into the camp, there w'cro four
producers; today there arc no fewer
than nine. Tho Colonel is developing
the Blue Bucket mine In that localltv,
which wns productive of considerable
ore in former days In the upper tun
nels, and Is now putting- down a shaft
to-tap. the ore-bodies at greater depth.
It was recently equipped by him with
machinery and pumps and is now at
a depth of 355 feet. He- will cross-cut
to. the vein in sort time and is rely
ing on big results, his friends In this
city hopjng to see him draw out a for
tune before the close of the year.
I"-. SOME NEW ORE
i I IN DALY WEST
l Sydney Bamberger, who has been
making:' an Inventory of the Daly
I "West's resources, after absenting him-
I self for a year In the East, has rc-
I turned from camp much pleased with
conditions underground. In addition
' j to the main ore-bodies, he found the
management extending the drift along
I the strike of the back vein on the 900-
foot level, with a full face of ore, with
' I not a small percentage of It first class,
i while on the "01" level some ore of ox-
I ccllent quality is coming out. The
I water on the 1550 amounts to practl-
cally nothing, said ho, while the ore-
body there Is an enormous one. The
new bins will have been completed
and made ready for the reception of
ore. In the next thirty days, while the
mills are doing their work up to every
; requirement with the condition
i throughout the most satisfactory one.
Mr. Bamberger reports a great deal
of Interest In the discoveries that have
been made !n tho Elkhom rcclon and
says the impression at camp is that
j important developments will follow.
I TIGHT FOR MINES,
' ; Interesting1 Scrap at Piocho Involving
j Salt Lake Interests.
1 Hon. It. C. Lund, chairman of the
' Utah State Board of Equalization, ac
companied by his brother, B. J. Lund,
of ?.Iodena, were In Pioche last week In
'; the intereit of A. W McCune and
others. The matter was In relation to
l th Last Chance, Triangle and Bellc
t view mining: claims near Pioche, savs
v tho De La Mar (New) Lode.
! !' It appears from the complaint that
! 4 ' McCune and his associates purchased
the flrround from Franke. Lloyd, Cook
, and others in 1S99. The property is ylt-
; "iuated close "to tho- Yuba lode and is
tconeidered to be valuable. "
I f Lloyd and Cook have been partners
in their general mining business and
f in 1902 and 1903 had done the assees
( mcnt work on the claims at the iir
'I stance of McCune and his co-partners,
1 Iiloyd acting as the agent on behulf of
j the proprietors, and during 1902-'03 held
M a. Written lease on the property. Tn 100 1
t Cook jumped the ground, claiming that
I J the! aitfet-arnent had not been worked
I thejprevious year,
I , The plaintiffs set up the plea that the
;j assessment work had been done, and
S even. If it had not. the location by Cook
i was fraudulent and void. A restraining
order Is asked for to restrain the de
ar fendants from taking ore from the
J property, and damages to the amount
' ? of 3500 for ore extracted from the prop
I i 3 erty are asked for. The ore Is said to
J have oten taken out during the month"
of April and May of, the present year
I, -J Ores and Bullion.
I In the ore and bullion market, the
I -If day'3 settlements amounted to SG9 300
' McCornlck- &. Co. reporting, them as
fft they follow: American bullion, 519,300
i gold bullion. 10,000; cold, silver, lead
ij and copper ores, 539,500.
J In the metal market silver ruled a
k - DSc an ounce, lead at 53.5tXJM.20 per hun-
M dred pounds and casting copper at lic
',fn a pound
; G. B. & J- H. "WTiltecar. pattern-mak-
; - ' exs. Mine and smelter work a specialty
i ft Prices reasonable. 247 Reed St. 'Phone
- "Western Ore Shippers' Agency.
, I :&262 Main st. P. O, box 457. Phono 2000.
BOSTON CON. TO j
GO ON THE LIST
A. bulletin from tho East during tho
day says the listing committee to which
was referred tho application of the
Boston Con. for a place on the mining
exchange has reported favorably, and
that It will be formally initiated at an
early day. Certainly the proposition hau
earned the recognition of the Investor.
At present it Is forwarding from its
minea at Bingham to the valley smelt
ers arc average- of 250 tons of ore dally
that compares favorably with any in
tho camp of copper, gold and fllvcr.
every ton showing air excess of 3 per
cent In the red metal. The shares have
made substantial gains during the past
weolc. bul have reached nothing like
tho figures on which the talent In this
neck of the woods Is relying.
ADJOURNED TO TUESDAY.
Bulls and Bears Will Join in Pioneer
The week on thy mining exchange,
which was terminated last night, that
the bulls and bears might have forty
eight hours in which to train for the
observance of "Pioneer day." closed on
an output of C1.759 shares of stock, for
which 5.50.344.13 was paid, the day on
the sale of 24,035 shares for SEM2.G.
The story of the week's market was
one or shocking docllncs and yet no,
inconsistent with the effects of the hoat
by which tho pit was overhung. How
ever, there were rallies in Daly West,
which had flattened out to S15.50. closing
on transfers at $10.40, after changing
hands at nn earlier hour ax 516.90. Daly,
from which the management continues
raising good ore. was marked down to
$2.22. with $4.10 asked for Grand Cen
tral, while Con. Mercur war advanced
to 19 cents, with Mammoth boiling
out for $1.25. Bii tier-Liberal was heav
ily shorted down to 8 cents, with Un
do Sam changing hands at 1'J rents rnd
Sacrumento at 10ft, the day closing on
tho following market:
I A. M. II l'. M.-
I Bid. IAskcd.ll Eld. Askud.
Ajax $ .03 $ .10 IJ ,03H 5
Alice 20 I .
Boston Con.. 0.00 , 0 25
Btill.-Beck .. 1.C0 1.50 I 1.00 1.50
Butlpr-Llb.. .fl04 .i -OSi
Carlaa 05V&J .C5 I .05
Century . .. .-I9'i .lS?i .50
Creole .50 50
Con. Mercur. :21'4 .10U -2Ha
Daly 2.20 2.45 2.15
Daly-Judgo . 4.11 4.23 4. 4.22
JJBIJ YC3t . ltf.U",3 1IUJ iu.-ij
E. B 90 .50 . 75
Grand Cent.. .1.75 3.90 K.70 1.10
Horn Silver . 1.00 1.50 1.00 l.GO
Jim B. Ton.. .15 .10 .40 .90
Montana-T . 2.25 2.30 2.J5
Little Chief . MM .(frk 00i . .C?H
Li. Mammoth .15 .19?iJ .IS'A
La Rclne ... A&A .06)i .03 .CC
Mammoth ... LIS 1.25 J
May Day ... .Otfif Mhhi .01 '..Olli
Mar. Wash.. .00 .01J,4ir .03 .01
New York O0H
Ontario .. .. 3.50 4.50 3.25
Rocco-H .20 50
Swansea 1 15 '.45
S. Swansea 07x . 07
Sacra monto' . AOM .10 ,XW- .10.
Silver Kln . 4if.Cn)
Star Cons .. .1151 .12 .11 .12',
Silver Shield .OT .01 .02 .01
Tonopah . .. 7.90 1 7.W
Tonopah Bel. .r5 I
Tetro SIM .32 ' , .3034
Tonopah Ex. .90 .SO
Tonop'h Mid. .15 i
Unlt'd States 22.62 23.25 22.C2'A 23.25
Undo Sam .. .15 .ir 16
Utah ,.. .49 .40 .49
Victor 01 .01.
Yankee C 32( .3IA .32V5 -3Hj
Daly Wotft, 10 at $16.90; 10 at 51C.771; 20
at 1(5.75; 20 at SlfT.70.
Sacramento. 500 at 10-ViC
Butlcr-LIberal. 500 at 9c.
Tetro. 500 at .ll-'Vic. buyer CO days.
Shares sold, 1570,
Selling value. $1132.13.
BuUer-Llbcral. .1000 nt 9Vic; 150) at 9e:
10C0 at Wic. teller CO days: 100) at Sv4c, sell
er on davs.
Daly West. 10 at $10.90.
Star Con., COO at llc, seller CO days.
Toiiopah-AIplilc. 1000 at 2c;
Shares sold, C010.
Selling value. JG51.50.
Daly, 100 at ?2.22&.
Daly West. 170 at $1C50.
Uncle Sam, 500 at IGc; 50 at IStfc. seller
Butler-Liberal. 10,000 at Sc,' seller GO
New York, 10W at c.
Shares, sold, 12.270. -
Selling value. $1007.50.
Con. Morcuc 25 at 19c.
Daly West, 10 at $10.75; CO at J1C.50; 90 at
New York. 500 at 11-lCc; 3500 at ftc.
Shares sold. I1S3.
Selling value $2192.50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. Tho official
cloelng quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
AHa ? -05 Mexican .92
Andes 21 Occidental Con. .S2
B '& B 71 Ophir 2.C5
Bullion 1C Overman 13
Caledonia 03 Potosl is
Chnl Con 19 Savage 27
Chollar 18 Scorpion CO
Confidence . .. .70 Seg Belcher ... ,0iJ
C C & Va 1.20 Sierra Nov ... .27
Exchequer . t.. .33 Silver Hill 02
G & .C... 13 Union Con .27
H & N Go Utah Con .10
Justice 12 Yellow Jacket . .21
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams' Con .20 Little Chief ...s .05
Alice 25 Ophir 2.C0
Breeco .... .10 Phoenix n
Comstock Tun. .05 Potosl 'is
C C Sc. Va 1.15 Savage
Horn Silver ... 1.43 Sierra Nov ...
Iron Silver 1.C0 Small Hopes ''"o
Leadvllle Con . , .02 Standard 'oo
Ontario -. i.iO
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$S7.S0 Mohawk . ..$ 43 50
Allouez S.37yj Mont C &. C. SO)
Vmalgani'd . G.12 Old Dom'n . 13 CO
Atlantic .. 9.00 Osceola ... (t'lo
Bingham . .. 2C.G0 Parrot . ! Tvt
Cal & Hecla. 47ft.OD Quincy . Woo
Centennial .. 21 75 Shannon . Vco
Cop Range . r,e.37& Tamarack .. ss'ro
Daly West . 1O.C0 Trinity ... . 7 75 '
Dom'n Coal . -i3.S7i U S Min'g srn
J.'runklln - .. 7.50 U S Oil "Y(a
Graney .. ... 3.01 Utah -c,.
Isle Royale . 11.25 Victoria .. ' 'rr
Mush Mln'g . 4.50 Winona . .. 7't5
Michigan ... 4 .50 Wolverine ... 7g'go
f t American
&&Uyr SS.50 to 4.00
81.00 toOO. - 0
I TE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palnco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. CoatC3.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolua, B. F.
Gnrrlnor, 305 Spring Street.
IJNNEAPOLlS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Astor Koubc.
OMAHA Tho Millard. Tba Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. -Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS-Planters". Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern,
Washington wninrd. Raleigh.
GO, MERCUR'S .
Fifty Tliouaand Gold Dollnrs Leached
From Its Roclc During That
The Con. Mercur'nutput of gold bul
lion duriiig tho month of June, accord
ing to returns Just made by the nub
treasury at New York to the general
offices in this city, attained a valua
tion of 150,000, this exceeding, said
President John Dcm yesterday,, the
earnings of any corresponding period
since the autumn of 1903, while the net
profits testify to a morl gratifying gain.
Not txa gratifying- is this exhibit, how
ever, a& Is tho record at the battery
since the July run was begun, the re
turns to date showing a pronounced In
crease In the auriferous contents of
every ton that ha? parsed through the
crushers, while the stopes from which
the dally tonnage Is being derived be
tray no plgns of weakness. Meanwhile,
It Is said, the management lo operating
the plant and properties wltti a less
number of persona than has "ever beim
upon the pay-roll, and yjt not a little
prospecting is being done in new
ground. While the company's shares
have been slaughtered nnd the output
,has been reduced, the company has a
large amount of unexplored territory
remaining, while a younger generation
Is confident that greater depth has some
thing on deposit forfuture needs. Much
Interest If manifested In the July record
and, with the ores maintaining the pres
ent average, the condition of Its shares
should, and no doubt will, .experience
considerable roiief. At all oveuts, tho
talent is looking for it and is stocking
IT IS -GRIM 8QT,
A Daly West "dividend may bo
passed"' while a new gallows frame is
being Installed at. the rallies.
This gratuitous admonition from the
News and for which an Inoffensive
"street" Is made responsible, was char
acterized by Hon. W. S. McCornick of
the company's official household last
night as "all rot." In the first place,
said he. In the treasury of the' corti
pany is piled sufilclent at this time for
a quartette of dividends and then a
balance, while any person wjio knows
anything about mine equipment, he
added, should know that a. now gallows
Is Invariably constructed around the
condemned one and the change made
without Interruption exceeding a fow
minutes. That the "street" or any
person upon It should anticipate any
Ftich thing as a suspension of dividends
Is provoklngly ridiculous, said Treasur
er McCornick, as he dismissed the sub
ject. The board of directors will meet
as usual In August to post the dividend
and If a quoriim is not nresent the sec
retary Is authorized to announce k.
A new gallows frame Is to replace the
old one at the mine, but that will alarm
Assistant Superintendent .Tapper A.
MoCaskell, who was down from the
properties during the day. reports a
.moat gratifying condition In the back
ledge, with everything progressing us
Good Values in Gold, "With Some Cop
per and Silver.
The management of the Copperhead
Mining company, whose properties out
of Oasis are being developed with "most
gratifying results, appeared on the
open market yesterday with a trial lot
of ore Avhlch was sold on controls'
showing as much as $17 gold, 12.5
ounces silver and 4.3. per cent copper
per ton. It Is said of the mine that In
It Is exposed not a HtUe ore of this
class and that It will have soon been
placed on a most productive basis.
The work Is being done under the direc
tion of Jed Clive, who has It well in
hand and who has long been familiar
with the locality. ,
Quiet in Boston.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., July 22. Trading was
a little more qulot in tho markot this
morning. A few more selling orders were
In evidence around the opening, but these
were readily absorbed and the market
soon became firm at advancing prices. No
erratic- fluctuations were recorded, but
simply a steady, Improving market.
Traders were not very active. Commis
sion houses havo a good supply of buying?
orders, near going prlccn, hut the public
Is not scrambling for stoclw at nraacnt.
Tho market continued firm until tho clos
ing. Hornblower & Weeks, broker, 53
State street, Boston,' and 10 Wall stroct
New Y'ork, furnish the following quota
tions: : Sale3. Hl,-h. Low, Close.
Amalgamated ..1,901 $52.75 $51,75 $52.37
Bingham 1,010 ' 26.S7& 2G:25 2i5.75
Daly Weat ...... 200 17.00 1C.S7' 1C.S7J?,,
Mercur 100 .21 " ....
Ulali St3 38.S7'-j ZH.U) 33.5-'
United States ..1.205 23.0J 22.00 23 00
Curb Boston. $7.0017.7.23,
I ' Tonopah Stock Sales.
I Wednesday's transfers on the San
Francisco board were recorded as they
follow: MacNamara, G300 at 50f?49c;
5000 at 5253c; buyer, sixty days; New
York. 2000 at 3c; Rescue, 2000 at 10c;
Tonopah Gold Mountain, 4500 at 1718c;
Midway. 3400 at -I749c; 1000 atv 52c,
buyer sixty days; North Star. 300 at
32c; .Montana-Tonopuh, 550 at $2.-12'
2.40; Esperanto, 7500 at lie "
6, PRAY SMITH
GETS NEW OPTION
Boss and Buck Mines Tacked on to
tho Horseshoo Plant and
With a brand new option on the
properties of the Horseshoe Mining
company at Fay, Nov., G. Pray Smith
came In from that gold-bearing camp
yesterday morning and leaves for the
East today, where he will arrange for
moans with which to oxerclso 't. Al
ready has he th assurance of East
ern capital that It Is ready and eager
to co-operato with him and about Oc
tober 1 active operations will be re
sumed at mines and mill. In the- ulti
mate Droductlveness of the Horseshoe
mines he has every confidence-. In
deed, he Is satlsUod that with efficient
equipment and capable management
they can be made to afford dividends.
In addition to the domain embraced
In the IIorsGshop, he has acquired op
tions on the Ross and Buck mines,
owned by the Mountain View company,
in the same camp, and that are now
being developed with most gratifying
Replying lo reports sent out of ramp
concerning his administration at the
head of tho Shawmut-Ncvada com
pany, Mx. Smith says they arc malic
iously false. Dminc tho past year he
has expended In the operation of the
mines and mills, in the purchase of
supplies and the employment of labor,
over $100,000 and he challenges any per
son to allow that his course has been
other than an honorabto one. Not
only has he expended tho moneys pro
vided by the company, but he has
reached Into his own uurso and pro
tected those who were without re
course. In vindication of his course. Mr.
Smith submits the following above the
signature- of 13. J. McCune. awn I of the
Horseshoe Gold Mining romc-any:
Whcrean, The newspapers of thto cilj
havo stated on tho 21at and 22nd Inst, that
G Pray Smith had b?en arrested on
charge of grand laromy of amalgam and
other goods, and that ho had been ar
rested at the- lnstanro of E. J. McCune.
the agent of ths Horseshoo Gold Mining
company, will you kindly suite that the
story Is false In every particular nnd
that there Is no foundation for it what
ever. It Is true that George Perkins and Wil
liam Lamb were arrested under charge -
grand larceny and tho case was dlsmlpsed
against them when It became known thai
the goods they were accused of stealing
had been sold to thorn bv G Prav Smith
and delivered to them at tho hand of
George E. Cose, and that no crime had
boon committed by either man. '
Mr. G. Pray Smith now has an option
for the purchase of the Horseshoo prop
erty and the relations between him and
the Horseshoe Gold Mining compuny are
friendly, so far as I know
VIRGIN RIVER PROSPECTS .
INTEREST SALT LAKERS
Special to Tho Tribune
C ALIEN TE, Nev., July 22. A pros
pecting party consisting: of J. H.
Graves, Will Fisher and Mark Noble,
all of Salt Lake City, passed through
Caliente today on route to the upper
Virgin river country. They say that a
large number of Salt Lake men are be
coming interested in properties along
the line of the San Pedro and that a
number of options have been secured
by them from prospectors who have re
cently brought into the City of the
Saints fine samples of free gold, gold
copper and gold-silver ore.
John Bowman, an old-timer in Ne
vada, who came to Moapa in the
spring, passed through Caliente todav,
on his way to Reno. "He brought with
him four sacks of free-gold ore, sho.v
Ing gold plastered all over the quartz,
and says he has ten inches of this ore,
which he estimates will go $700 a ton.
He will not state where he has made his
locations, except that they are In the
district lying between the upper Colo
rado and Virgin rivers, somewhere near
Riovillo. He has a partner in all his
discoveries. James Dunbar of San
Francisco, who has grub-staked Bow
man at Intervals for over twentv years
He has completed a fifty-foot shaft
and Is now in 120 feet on the led?e
from which he took the ore he exhibited
here He says the formation through
out that country Is shale and granite,
the veins running in white honey
Bowman made a fortune In White
Ijyern90unty in the days when silver
was worth digging, Invested In Lead
vllle. where he doubled his assets; then
was persuaded by another old-timer to
take a trip to South Africa, where the
canny Scot, Angus' McDonald, Cecil
Rhodes's henchman, was too many for
the old Nevadan, and he was Klad to
set foot on American soil again with
enough to buy a "square" and a "shake
down." Now he feels that he has hit
it for good money and says if he again
becames a capitalist he will spend or
Invest his cash where ho made It.
" A petition signed by nearly every ono
In camp was sent to Washington today
to the postofficc authorities requesting
thdt money order service be installed in
DELAYED A WEEK.
State Senator Lewis Detainod in tho
East by Interests There.
A message from Now Tork during
the day says that at the solicitation of
Interests that have Identified them
selves with the organization of the
Monarch Con. Mining company, State
Senator A. B. Lewis has consented to
remain another week In that city. It
Is reaffirmed that tho organization of
the big company has been accom
plished and that when Its representa
tives arrive ori the ground It will be
with means with which to carry out
all that has been projected.
Tintic Ships 105 Cars of Ore.
EUREKA, Utah. July 22. The ship
ments from the Tintic district for the
past week amount to 105 cars, distrib
uted anions-tho different properties as
Centennial-Eureka, 4S: Bullion-Beck
3; Gemini, IS; Eagle & Blue Bell, 3;
Uncle Sam, 1; Lower Mammoth. 1;
Grand Central, 14; AJox, 1; Mammoth.
15; Carisa, 1. Totai. 103.
Concentrates Uncle Sam, 3; May
Day; 1. Total, -1 cars.
AND THE MINES
"The Southern Pacific railway has
been very indulgent and very liberal
during the- past two. years in Its alti
tude toward the miner." said Silas W.
Ecclcs, general traffic manngor of tho
American Smelting and Refining com
pany, on his arrival from the general
offices in New York yesterday morn
ing, accompanied by Harry Tooker, his
affable secretary, '"and. its policy Is en
titled to the appreciation of every citi
zen of Salt Lake, every Inhabitant of
the State. In Its new tariffs It has
provided an outlet for ores that have
been upon the dumps for many years,
and the same may bo said of every
road operating- In the State. The con
cessions made In the transportation of
bullion out of the valley." added Mr.
Eccles, "has also done much for the
producer, and the relations throughout
between the railways and the Industry
arc- today more cordial than at any
period I am able to recall."
At no period In the operation of the
smelter furnaco has tho production of
the mines been as large as at present,
said the visitor, nor has there ever been
so great a voluipe of bullion from the
plants of which his company has six
teen now in commission. "With an all
rall outlet for the ores of Tonopah Mr.
Eccles Is looking for a very heavy in
crease 1)1 the receipts nt Salt Lake of
ores from that marvellous camp, while
the producer Is going to be Immeas
Mr. Eccles will- leave for his ranch In
Idaho on Sunday, where he will seek
rest at the end of a fishing rod.
FORT HALL DISTRICT
CLAIMS SELL FOR $10,000
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO, Idn., July 22. It has
boon two years and one- month since
tho Fort Hall reservation was thrown
open, and, whllo no- ono can boast of
any wonderful mlnoral discoveries in
tho district, yet a large- number of
prominent claimy liaye been, located and
development work, pushed. Principal
among the local companleo that are
doing- active work arc the Fort Hall
Mine and Milling company, tho Port
neuf Consolidated Mining; company and
the Pocatello Gold and Copper com
pany. In addition to these, the Imnnn Mi
ning company, composed of Eastern
men, has faith In the district. Today
W. W. Scnvers. treasurer of the Inmau
company, closed a deal for tho purchase
of eight claims from Frank Simmons
for 510,000. This Is the largest mining
deal that has been made in the Fort
Hall district and the property purchased
is regarded as one of the most promis
ing in the district.
The Pocatello Mining aud Milllng
company has Jus-t been organized here
Tbft company Is composed ot local men
and holds a number of claims adjoin
ing those of the Fort Hall company.
Henry Cat row. manager of tho Ohio
Copper company's mill and .mines nt
Bingham, ha3 gone East to confer with
other Interests upon the big offer made
'for the company's holdings.
Jackson McChrystal. under wliow Intel
ligent suporlntendency tho Gemini of Tin
tic continues to feather the nests of Its
shareholders, was a visitor during the
day He will depart for California on a
well-merited vacation Sunday.
President William Bayly of the Copper
Belt Railway and Bingham Consolidated
Mining- company. Is in San Francisco
awaiting the airlval of Col. O. P. Pofy,
after which he will come to Ulali.
A report during tho day from Superin
tendent Charley Crlsman of the Utah
mine. Fish Springs, reports another lot of
ore on its way to the loading station,
while another Is now at tho sampler in
The manager of the Yampa smelter
reached the market with two more car
loads of copper, gold and silver-bearing
matte during the day.
The Mammoth' of Tintic sold two more
lots of ore yesterday. One of 101 tons,
sold on controls, showing $10 gold, with
four ounces silver, the other of 100 tons,
on controls, showing 12.C0 gold and three
The shaft on the Galena at Bingham has
reached the 4C0-foot level, where a station
la being cut out.
De La Mar Lode: The Dixie Copper
company Is shipping one from Aconia and
most of the freight for that section Is
billed to the same place,
Sam M. Levy of the Western Explora
tion company has gone lo Gold mountain
and Kimberly, the home of the Annie
Tho mill of tho Red Elephant group of
mines la being overhauled and put In run
ning order, that It may be readv to put
Into commission whenever the "ore vein
cut Into some weeks ago shall be suf
ficiently oponcd to Justify the management
Into doing so. There la a carload of about
thirty tons of first-clas,H galena ore readv
to ship, or It will be In a few davs. savs
tho Times of Halley, Ida. The pro"pcrty 'l3
now being operated by a Utah crowd
Tho shareholders of Iho Columbus Con
of Alta will meot In special session Au
gust IS for the purpose of advancing the
par value of the shares from 50 cents lo
V and from a capitalization of S130.000 to
$1,500,000. It Is also proposed to change
date of the nnnual meeting to February 1
each year. " '
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return 542. no
To Chicago and return 4750
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit. 60 days from date of sale
Pullman and tourist sleepera throush
to St. Louis without change. Choice of
routes. Se"e any D. & R. G. agent.
"Wasatch Summer Resort.
Particulars write Alklre. Wasatch
hotel, via Sandy, or come iee.
;PR0V0 AND RETURN $1.90
Via D. & R. G., July 25.
Tickets good until July 2C. Bicycle
races at the: Provo Lake Resort. W. E
Samuelson, George Collett and other
faet riders will contest. $300 in cash
PROVO AND RETURN $1.93 1
Via D. & R. G., July 25.
Tickets good until July 26. Bicycle
races at the Provo Lake Resort. W. E
Samuelson, George Collett and other
fast riders will contest. $300 In cash
I The Time Has Com . 9
tuv you lo secure a Hammock of quality at ;ni insngniflcniiH(
price. Our entire line of the celebrated Palmer make, inclQ(jB';
h ing all the newest designs, (o Tbe forced out noy vliile tljB
i season is on, at prices whifli will make litem move quickly.
j Every one is fully equal to its regular low prices. Get o
jj now at one-third less. mm W1
j DOCTOR COOK CURsg
!, Prostatic Troubles , Nervous Debility
I pcrmar.-mtly cured, no m.it- tf u,rcsnillok 0ncL wdlWJKb
ter how lonjj standing tho Wf 30 In CO days, by my onVM&
V disease, In from 0 to 20 day. WA """" method. tK&
rj Stricture Mfi gtt Varicocele Xr
V cured in 15 day, without (fP Completely and mmmff
H cutting. Pain, druss or de- A&KiA lv curM by L SE
tentlon from business. N aSBaPl ceM: al1 'hrnrrccabinlfc
I Wasting Weakness K jf v&ya't- K
Time of euro. 10 to CO A ,:a?!TK. SAfe painless and bloomlEt
L days, by my orlsir.nl. x'ery ,,-ffX f 3? 33Sa An absolute cur cuirrHifc
I Blraple remedy (used exclu- f ffd QfSixflr lc'ot1' K.'
, slvely by .). t f MsBftmBp BIod PoJsn Mi
Private Diseases MfW' Ev.ry vsm.
cured In S to 10 days, with- k PwJr removed t romsystem
I out tho uso of poisonous VSr out aid of mercur-nHa?
I clni.c?. ash. ' ur 3KS
Consultation Ib fre and Invited, on d In consulting me you may be son iCmii
nathtnjr that science can devise or skill perfect has been left undone toiffK
you a specdv, safe and permanent cure. u
WR1TE me in full confidence, explaining your tro.ibls as tber Tnr
you. nr.d receive by return mail my ho ncjt and candid opinion of your' cait 'Bf!
I C. W. HIGGINS, M.iK
' SPECIALIST. S.i
Gsjli! Microscopic and Analj tic PhytldjJBir
.T SltilyJljiiif CUBES Fits. Nervosa Weakness. JS
C raJgla, Varicocele. Weak Spine, BatHTft
r. (. H SAW ncss. Gravel, Sore Eyes. Luns DiKri
t TltA W Tap AVorm. Dyspepsia. Llvor aod.lKFi
i AufiwW tft&1 vW ney Complaint. Deafness. Cntarrb.iiBlft
; VSttA, g&pfb filpelas. Old Sores, Scrofula, Rhn?rKgi
( vjMifl rillfr Js''is. lJlles In tnoir worai KTi'
i S wSiyitfrTB Those aflllcted with Epilepsy or FIUHlS-
rfvify' p he permanently cured.
I wfP$T jrij 7& r Bj tho 3,(1 of the Mlcroscopo we cu'flFj
nW 1 3 tcct Calcut, Cancerous Matter, CuSfcBni
S5W$3V tTc It of Lime. AJbumga. and 0,11 cxtraaKTr.
J Pj7L "Scr I substances mixed with tho UriaMKa.
trrrT? Blood. Thla is tho scientific rrbriVT
i L v i at treatL,,s ChronIc Dls asos- (nH&
r MW w. Jw Can 1,6 found at his office. St, EIt.j1B&
t Vh ' L7 Js&r eI- Irom 10 a- m- to 1 p. in. rooas'lVBil '
fl'f si&r - -and 19' 7 t0 9 ' m" '"Kr
i VxA HALF ITS t'l'RE. 'JTt
U KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN, KNOW THYSELF HTvJ
No matter how largo they are or In IsttSr J fBZ"
; what town. city. State, or Territory. L, IA PRiX.
i If we did not know we could collect fmQfiy': FiB
your bills, we certainly would not bo hEc
f paying out money to advertise. Jv7?"
We ndvertiso because we want your Wa$ im-
claims for collection. Our ability to make mtm'R JL-i
collections where, all others have failed !SwySf jf SHIl
has enabled us to build up the largest col- iMtkmrnv Bi-
lectlon business In the world. ffiBWAAK 4 " iUMS
This nd. is sure to bring many claims to fpmfi SlTm.
our offices for collection, and we are Just &sfi"'&j3p sffvBL
; as sure to collect these claims and make s'ZSbl &?7 lKL
j money in commissions thereon. y
lliei.liTS9 PROTECTIVE ISSIIT
I "Som. People Don't Like uPRAXCIS G' LUKCcntral Maaa5
j CRDNER DASLYSTpy
f 'Tllst nie-t,ooIes and noslensi
1 summer clothes ever created. 1MU
S Mi8k 'ese Washable Blouse Suits for 'tMV
I Hffl IHtle fellows, 8 to 10 years of age. "(jfK.
I' P SLrongly made of the lightest swMpS
IP ab"1C nia"lei'ialS' Ulul eusi1 1ulltIei'e(1 "im s
W 'ru?n thiuk what it means to bii JR"
i W M at such reductions. My"'
kJs2k 75c Suits for 50c, 1 Suits for
01'e expensive ones reduced the sap
I One p (R A P?)iMCP
I Price 00 1 o ni
T TisrioN assay" o'feicMBTs
M. S. HANAUER
Removel to 12 South W. TeropS
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND -H-s.
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