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i J tage six The Salt T,atttc rmimjZi . Wednesday opening, ji lyJ
I ( News' of Ike, oF'Prospect, of ForoaodrMill'
'' ' BIG STRIKE IN
Ten Feet of Copper Sulphides Opened
Up In New Cliannol Upon the
i ; A brand new channel oC copper, sold
and sllver-benrlng sulphides, with a
width" of ten fedt between wall?, and
' lh metallic contents comparing favor-
nbly with those- of other of Us 'sources
of wealth, tells briefly tho story qr a
now Ptrlko in tiic North ledge by which
the Ilinghftni Con.' Commercial group
I of mines nl Bingham is traversed. J no
' disclosure, said Superintendent RcdRr.
wJjo was a visitor at the general office?
of tho company during the afternoon,
was through ar. avenue off the lower
tunnci level, and at a point which opens
I up several hundred feet of toping
' ground. Along the strike of the new
channel he is now drifting, with pre-
vlous experience encouraging the belief
ihnt a larjter ore body Is Phead of him,
ns the wealth occurs on the contact, be
twieu the lime and quartzlte- which
has bon tlie home of the greater bodies
In fho old camp. At the Dalton & Lark
the; main shaft is going down stead
ily, wllh the next level to be estab
lished at a depth of 1200 IVct. while tho
long lunncl Is advancing on the strike
of the Miner's Dream ledge, with the
mineralization very prouounced and
another ore body likely on any shift.
From the company's Bingham system
of mines to Its furnaces In the valley
Jy coming an average of about ?00 tono
of, ore dally, while the earnings down
at the spielUu- through customs chan
' nol are placing the treasury it a most
' cheerful .condition. It Ib expected that
Manager MacVlchle will return from
Mexico next week. President White to
go direct to Rstot:.
Ij RICH GOLD ORE.
i ' Heavy Tonnage of Gold Is Shipped
The Jtlun: of President Mrfntyre of
.the Mammoth from his cattle rnu?h in
Nevada is awaited with, much eager
ness by the shareholders in the former,
as some doubt has been expressed by
the talent concerning an August divi
dend, although the market continues to
poke IU bid of $1.20 under their noses,
while the superintendent continues to
h'fcnd out a heavy tonnage of gold-benr-Jng
ore, with a lot of copper at inter
vals from the lessees. At the offices
of the company the attaches decline to
.speculate to any extent on, dividends,
while llmao who have been following up
tho sales of ore say it Is Impossible to
pass a. dividend. On yesterday's mar
.'kct there was sold ninety-two tons of
ore from the projmrlles, on controls
' showing as much as 5CG.20 gold, with
live ounceji Bilvi-r pir ton, while 100 tons
of second-class was fold on controls
showing as much as $11.20 gold, with
Koine rilvcr. It is from this class of
jock thut the company continues to
derive a nice piece of money each week,
and, while the street know?) nothing
definite oorcernlng tho -surplus, a por
tion of It, at least, at?sumes that the
, means with which to pay an August
dividend are in .the stocking.
The return of President M Jen tyre,
which Is expected daily, will decide the
DALY WEST GOSSIP.
Hj Conditions Not Such as Justify Dis-
. Admitting that thy tonnage of ilrst
class ore in the properties of the Daly
Hl' "West. Park City, have been impovcr-
H' Ished, and that the millliitr ore must,
to a greater extend, be relied on for
future dividends, remarked one nromi
ueutly Interested during the day) and
yet conditions are not such as to Jus
, . tffy tho discount to which Its shares
have been subjected. It is well known
l that on the 1550-foot level the nuni-
acemr.nt 1ms opened up Ihe largest ore
body tfver encountered In -the territory
, ' if not In tin' camp and that In It Is
I contained not a little flrst-rlass. Somo
I have been disposed to pooh-pouh the
1 f pre.senq; of water and to ridlculo the
possibility of Its ever developing a vol
nine sufficient to become serious, but
tho avemge miner In that locality will
agree with the management that It in
an expensive element with which to
trifle and th urnslblo thins; Is to ux
tend the Ontario drain tunnel u dls
lance of S0O fret. This method the
management knows to be a sure cure
I and why, remarked the shareholder,
i gamble on the utlie-.
Hl ' It is expected that before President
J. J2. Bamberger, who Is now In New
i York, returns to the general oitlce in
town that arrangements for the ex
tension of the tunnel will have been
h i . perfected. Meanwhile, the man .who
hnughl ut iMjttom prices Is drawing
- , do uii SO per cent or better on his In-
' vefitnieiit, wlillw in the treasury It Is
T i ' noid Is over $300, ooo.
I- LEFT TOR VANCOUVER.
I : , Breaking of Ground for Britannia
v ' Mill to Begin.
, Accompanied by his daughter, Miss
Mablo, and Charles M. Dull, his ste-
v nogrupher, George II. Iioblnson, gen-
v cinl manager of the Britannia com-
) paily'8 exlens.ivr Interests out of Yan-
.; L-ouver, departed for his camp of cop-
, per yestorduy morning via San Fran
cisco, and to absent hlmgelf until the
i unmpalgu of equipmfnt is well ad
vanced. With the lotting of the con
i , tract for the tramway, that will span a
I distance oC three and a halt miles and
for the mill over the tables of which
., tiOO tons of copper-bearing sulphides
will pass dally, orders for materials
havn all been placed and the breaking
' ' 'i, of ground for the plant will follow In
, ' t, a short time.
i t v SQf American
4&Qf ?2.50 to S4.00
j ' Eurone,u WTFL
51.00 to S3.00 ,tVjLJL
' , Western Oro Shippers' Agency.
, 163 Main st. P. O. box 7. Phone 20. '
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northorn.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatea.
IOS ANGELES Tho Angolus. B. f.
Sr&T.ST' 303 Spring Street.
JJJKAPOLIS West Hotel. .
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Impcri
n. An tor Kouso.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Pnxton.
PORTT.AND, OR.-Portland Hotel.
5Tv.LOLTIS Planters'. Southern.
HHATTLE Hotel Northern.
DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Daly West Again Incorrigible and
Down to S14.75.
Notwithstanding the protracted re
cas, the more prominent traders on tho
mining exchange appeared weak and
groggy at tho reopening and the day
the mining exchange closed with tho
business confined to 12.25S shares of
stock, for which $5241.25 was paid. Daly
West again whistled off .the brakes
and from an opening at S15.7S flattened
out to $11.75, while Century was as
sailed from every comer and shorted
down to -l7'i on a rumor tifat, a July
distribution was' out of the question.
The Judge canu out to a bid of $1.10
and NoJIdriver to one of 23 cunts, with
Sacramento going at 1014. The new
strike In the BnlIion-I3eck failed to
arouae It while Grand Central was re
duced to $3.85. Con. Mercur was ad
vanced to 25 cents by the holder, while
New York, from which most favorable
reports are coming, did some sprinting
the man who bought at the opening
doubling h!s wealth. The market closed
I A. M. p. M.
I Bid IAaked.ll Eld. lAsked,
AJax J .uStff II? .0314
Alice j I .CO ) .10
B.-Beck l.CO J. GO (I 1.00
B. Butler ...I Mi .03 .OOVj
Bnglun Con. ".00 I 5.50
Cailsa i .ftljt .(5UI .05 .03yt
Century ,.V .1SW .W .19
Creole : j .no I I
Con. Mcrqurj .20 I .JU ' .20?', .25
Daly I 2,J2i! 2.1" . 2-50
Dnly-Judpo .1 -1.00 4.1 5- 1.03 1.15
Daly AVesL ..' 15.50 10 00 I 3.501 11.70
E. & Ti. Bell. .56 ' l.W I .00 .S5
Galena f ,02
Or, Central .1 3.75 I S.W I S.70 S.S5
Horn Silver' 1.30 I 1,05' Ij l.ao 1.C0
J. Butler-To.' .50 ' .73
J. Bowers ... .C0U .01
L. Chief ... MX .01 !. I .01
L. Mammoth .U?i .12i
Mont. Ton... 2.30 2.50 2.10 2.52',i
Mammoth .. 1.20 1.25., 1,20 J.25
May Day ... .01U .01; .OlVi!
M. Wash'ton i .01A
New York ..I '.01 .01'4I ' .Ol'i Ol1.
Ontario 3.50 i 'S.50 1 '.
Petro (flu. 00
K.-II'stako 50 " 0
Sunshine .., , f,
Swansea 15 45
S. Swansea . ".Cfifc .OTViJ .0.i6 .07'
Saeranu'tito .10U .1014 . .10',, .10'
Silver ICIng . 17.50 51. Oj) i 17.0) 51.C0
Star Con 11', .124I! Al .12'i
Sll. Shield .. .02 .03 I .02 I .03
Tonopah .... 7.00 ) 'j 7.S5 '.
To. Belmont .ttf .ffi i
Tetro .31 Vi; .ill .32
To. Exten W) 1.15 I .20
To. Midway. .-11 ! .5.-. )
I'nlt. States.! 21.12',il .25 I 21.S7U 22.12'
V. S. Ccu. ...I .151 .15T41 .15 .HI
l.tah .10 I .50 U 50
Vlctcrla .. .. .75 3,10 ....:
nnkro cyii. .321 .35 ;; . ,3y4
MORNING SALES. "
May Dsy. 1ty at l4c: iro) at l?ic.
Sacramento, 1000 at 30'Sc.
Century, 100 at c; 200' at 4Sc, soll6r sixty
days; 100 at 47c, filler sixty davs: 100 at
l7V,c. seller sixty ilny; 100 at -IS'c.
New York. 100 nt ?ic '
Selling value, J425.25.
OP.SN BOARD! '
Century, 300 at isc. .
Unly-Judge. 100 at JI.13.
Daly West, 00 at ?15.75; 10 at ?15.70; 50 at
Nalldriver, 200 at 23c.
Shares sold. 72-).
AFTKRNQON SAIUES." ".'
Dnly Wcgt, u) at jlfi.20; 3 at 5IG.6P; 125 at
New York. :vy nt l4o.
Shcrvs void. 213S,
S-llIng value. f207.2fl.
New York, KM) at IVic: 1000 at lc: 2C00
. Star Con.. 2C00. at HHc.
Shart's sold. CO0.
Selling vrtlUn. 25S.75.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2.Thft ofllclal
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alia ? .05 JuJIn ....7 05l
Andes IS Juxtlce v
Belcher 16 Mexican 70
H & B 5f Occi Con .&0
Bullion IS Q,)hlr 2 30
Caledonia 11 overman u
Chal Con 17 Potosl ' 15
Chollar- It Savuge ' .
Confidence &" Sg Mulcher .. 01
C C ' Vn I.OTi.SIimiu NVvadn ..
Orcwr. Point CO SIKxiTIlll .. . , n
Exehemter ...... .11 Unioh Con 10
G G...; 11 Yellov Jacket ..
Hale fc Nor 00
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Atlamas Con .. '.23 IAU: Chief .. ..' . .05
Allco SOIOutnrlo 3.50
Breece jo Ophlr .".2 25
Bruns Con U? Pnoeuix 11
Coin Tunnel 0i Potol 15
C C .Vi Vu 1.00 Savage
Horn Silver- .... 1.15 Sierra Nevada .. !55
Iron Silver l.fs". Small Hones 25
Leadvllle Con .. .02 Standi. rd 2.00
' BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Advcnturo 1.50 Mohawk . -P 25
Allouez s.OO. M c & C.'. 3"r,o
Amolir 51.X714 Old Dom l2.'so
Am 7.lnc 11.00 Osceola 01.0O
Atlantic 0.00 Pnrrot 24 00
Bingham 25.25 Qulncy 55,00
Cal & lltjchf. .47175 Shnnnon &.50
Centennial J3.75 Tamarack- MB
Coo Range .. 5S.25 Trinity s IS't
Daly West .... 16.00 U S Mln ...... ! tr'w,
Dom Coa -J3.W U. S Oil 10.E0
, Franklin 7.50 Ttah 3
Crane v 2.Jrjt4 Victoria YpiA
Islo Tlovalo . 1.01. Wlnonn 7 so
ii . 1 u,u " otvermo .... 75.00
Michigan 1.00 I
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Saturday's trnnHforw on the San Fran
cisco board wro recorded as thoy fol
low: Esperanza, 2000 at 3c, 1000 at 3c
buyer thirty days; Goldtleld Pull &
Bear. 2000 at 15c; Goldtleld Mining com
pany. 100 at DOc; Goldlleld Tonopah. 500
at me, 2000 at 9e, buyer tlftecn days:
MjicNamarn, A(oo at 50f(45c; Montana
Tonopah, 600 at $2.-l0: Itay & O'Brien.
300 ut 10c; JtoiTTop. 1000 at He; Rescue.
500 at 12c, buyer sixty days, 1800 at 10c:
Gold Mountain. 1000 at 17c, buyer thirty
daya; Midway, 6W at BOfflOc.
Quiet in Boston.
Special to.Thr. Tribune.
i,.mOS,TCN Jly 26--Tl"-re was .;ulU a
itttlA, llquhtaw.m in Wmico or. tU JJo
Ur. ntjrket l!iv Tin wwjknohs In the
Nov lork nvuket l having a dc&re?ilng
eHvit f-- locnl hUr.t. Thr win tmxrtA
t. hp roofl support hi opr on the
rtncitno .nl tn some instanOH a ha-n
rnJly t?oj aeon. Traders seem plwtfd
that a renctlon has set In and think It
will holt th-9 market iulle a little later on
by BliBktnr out a number of narrow-mar-glrfed
trudors. Numerous stop orders were
caught !n toOay' decline. The feeling r
the close was srood and commission houses
wore advising "purchases on the dip. Horn
blower & Weeks, brokers. 53 State street,
Boston, and 10 Wall street. New York,
furnish the following quotations:
' Sales. Hlffh. Low. Clone.
AmalgamHted ....2.C1G J52.50 $51.60 $51.60
Blngluuu f!5 tH.W 21.60 2fi.fO
Daly West 910 ltf.55 15.00 15.25
Mercur 60 .22
Utah 230 37.75 37. CO 37.00
United States ...1.920 22.37 21.2 21.73 1
Curb Boston. $?.25'&.60.
SAMPLER FOB GOLD FIELD.
Taylor & Brunton to Extend Their
Operations Into Now Camp.
The News, ulllng of the week at
Goldfleld, ?ev says: T. 11. WoodrJdge.
representing Taylor & Brunton; who
have largo sampling works in Colorado,
Utah and Montana, was here last week
and as a result of his visit It Is almost
ccr'tain that his firm will have a samp
ling works In Goldlleld in the near fu
ture. The Jumbo is to the front again this
week with two new strikes of rich ore,
the first being In the lease of McDonald
and Fuller between the Curtis and
rtidgo and Rernlck and Bowes. Surfaco
trenching on this lease disclosed n
pay values, but a shaft was sunk and
In a cross-cut from the 50-foot point
three feel of ore was struck which av
erages $100 per ton. Tho lessees are
now sacking ore and will soon ship.
In the S5-foot level of tho January,
the lessees havo run into a white
speckled quartz which Tom ITeslIp says
contains chrystnlllzed tellurium und
which goes from fifty to 100 ounces In
gold. In tho 112-foot level they have
encountered an elghteen-lnch streak,
which averages $215 to $210 per ton.
Tins Contentions of Principals in
Fight for Mining1 Claims.
Commenting on the scrap in tho
1'loche. Nov., courts between Carl
Hand and John It. Cook and William
Lloyd. vcr mining property cast of the
old Yuba, the Record sys: "No as
sessment work wns done on the proper
ty last year, and on the 1st of January
last Cook relocated 11. After several
months prospecting he found ore,
whereupon the former owners claimed
It, -contending that Cook and Uoyd
were partners and having done the last
asseSHinent work two years ago for
Hand, were agents of the latter. Cook
and Lloyd deny this altogether and
perhaps If ore had not been found
nothing would have been heard from
tho parties who forfeited It. It is said
that several were ready to locate the
ground last January If Cook haI not
done It " '
A carload of ore was brought to Salt
Iake In June and the mine Is regarded
as a very likely one. v N
ON KEMPTON ORES. I
Second-Class Oro Now Going
Through Dowoy Crushers.
Boforv registering their farewell, tho
McsKers Bemls, by whom tho Dewey
mill In Bingham canyon was recently
sojd to Col. E. A. Wall, are putting
through a lot of diver and lead ore,
with some gold, from the ICempton
mine, tho concentrate. It is said, ap
pearing as fine a product as any that
has over Issued from tho old camp. The
run on Jvcmplon ore completed the old
administration and the plant will ter
minate its career with a lot from Butler-Liberal,
after which the purchaser
will take active ponsesslon and after
some Improvements devote it exclu
sively to the needs of tho Kempton's
KATHARINE TO RESUME.
Another Old Stockton Producer to
Fnll Into Line.
To the lengthy roster of properties
now under active development at
Stockton is to be added tho old Kath
arine, the property of C. E. Metcher.cr
and others for jmnny .years and ulti
mately, no doubt, (o be drained by tho
Honorlncs long tunnel. It; the reopen
ing of the mine that has been produc
tive yf considerably ore of nno quality
In former years, and whose ledges arc
Identical with those of tho Honerine.
whichit adjoins on the- south, the man
agement will sink below the main tun
nel level, where the presence of oro In
quite well established.
" Slipped a Cog.
To the failure of the Moore process
to accomplish what was expected of it
at the Consolidated Mercur may be at
tributed in a, incusu.ro the slump In
that property, but other than this the
usual conditions 6btalned, and no im
mediate cause for alarm exist, volun
teors the resident reprtsentatlve of the
Mining World of Chicago.
Tho correspondent and the president,
.at least, of the Con. Mercur apjfear to
be out of harmony. The latter has
never had other than -wonls of com
mendation Tor the slimes process im
provised by Mr. Moore of this city with
which to check their ravages and the
service Is yet in operation. Meanwhile
the inventor Is In other lands where he
is accomplishing re&ults equally as
satisfactory, says his representative in
Ores and Bullion.
In the pre and bullion market tho
day's settlements amounted to $102,300
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion. $-19,300:
gold bullion. $50vO: gold, silver lead and
copper ores, $S,000.
In the metal market sliver ruled at
$3.50174.20 per hundred pounds and
casting copper at 12 a. pound.
Illinois Again Shipping.
At Illinois group of mines at
Bingham, George Morrcll. the superin
tendent, bus begun the forwarding of
copper-burlng ores again, their 'des
tination being the furnaces of the Blr.jf
hum Con. mnelter. Thi previous ship
ments from the properties tell of not a
little silver and gold with eharactTlr.
tlc percentages in the red metal, while
the ledge Is a well defined one.
G. B. & J. H. Whltccat, pattern-mak-ers
Mine and sme.ter work a specialty.
Prices reasonable. 217 Reed St. 'Phono
NEW WEALTH OF
Shipments Not to Be Resumed Nor
Wheel in Mill Turned for an
Dlscuseing the situation at the proper
ties of the Daly-Judge, Park City. Man
ager John J. Daly said yesterday that,
while it was Irue thut not n -little ore
of line quality has be-:n uncovered in
the campaign of exploratory work, the
policy adopted by the board of direct
ors when It was dcldod to hang up the
mill and suspend extr.ievlon wll, con
tinue, nor will the sloping of ores bo
resumed until there Is assurance that
it will be continued Indefinitely. In tho
exploratory work on the weft somo very
good oro has been exposed, but It is not
true, suld Manager Daly, that it is
abundant, as somo have said. However,
in the ultimate productiveness of the
far-reaching domain Mr. Daly has as
much confidence as he did when tho
undertaking was launched, and when it
was presented to the Investor as one
of the great possibilities of a camp
that has added over $100,000,000 to tho
'metallic wealth of a nation. The yame
rufe applies to resumption at the
mill, sayo the management, as to the
extraction of ores of commercial quaM
lly. It will be put In commission when
tho ores with which to operate it con
tinuously shall have been blocked out
and the resources of the mine have
been thoroughly demonstrated.
LOCATED THE MAMMOTH
GROUP OF COAL MINES
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov.; July 20. Nearly
slz months ago two prospectors, Bar
ney Dooley and Mike Ryan, came across
the country from Arizona and, working
up tho river, reached the point where
tho Yirgln empties' Into It. Thoy left
the Colorado and followed the Virgin up
etream for many weary miles, until they
n,t J!lll Jl llll.- 11 "gill illlU
Moapa rivers by eome1 twenty miles and'
found themselves in a country where
the mountain slopes were covered with
rich free gold Mont, and here they
pitched thpir shack and spread their
shake-down, turned loose their patient
burros and soon were hot on the trail
of a ledge from which they had found
After spending nearly two weeks
hunting for the ledge they were about
to give It up and gathered up their
long-eared friendo and sat down to cook
their last meal before moving camp.
They hud used up all the wood'around
camp and had to hurtle fur. and near
to get fuel to start the kettle boiling.
An a fierce snndetorm was driving up
tho canyon, to husband their scant
fire they built around it a shelter of
black rocks which they found lying
around anywhere, and were soon bdslly
employed cooiclug their frtjoles and
sow-belly and coffee. Ryan was the
first to notice that the smoke coming
from their fire was black and greasy
and smelled strikingly Hko a coal fire,
and. calling hl3 partner's attention to
it. after eating their supper they re
moved the cooking utensils from tho
fire and found to their astonishment
that the block rocks which they had
Ttilort nrnilllr' Hmlr llr-n ivnrn unnmiinn
und burning and sending up a cloud of
"Coal:" yelled Ryan. "Better than -a
gold mine!" And moving day was ad
journed until the deposit of black dia
monds could be found.
They found coal stains all over the
mouMaln on which they wore camping,
but were unable to locale a aput where
they could catch the ledge for nearly
a wfek. when iooley pried loose a big
boulder, at he thought, of the mineral.
anZ after It had rolled down the hill he
decided the hole from which ho had dug
It looked as if it would pay to sink on,
and before nightfall they had located
the Mammoth group of coal mines. The
two lucky men kept a close mouth re
garding their find, worked steadily unlll
they had taken out ubout fifty tons of
the mineral more scarce and precious in
Ntvada than gold, and then started for
Pueblo, Colo., their home, passing
through here today. They say (hat, as
they are but eighteen mllco from the
Southern Pacific line, they can get $1.
C00.009 for their claims.
STAR CON.'S JARS.
Shareholders Anxious to Get Copy of
The demand among shareholders of
tho Star Con. for access to the report
recently submitted by the auditing com
mittee, to which the record of the re
tired administration wn referred, Is
becoming hourly mqre strenuous, and
unless there Is an amicable adjustment
of certain Issues between the old and
the new, it will be released for nubll
catlon a few days later. President Mc
Millan, who was appealed to yesterday
said the board was using its utmoit cn
deaors to get away from a scrap, and
In doing had made concessions upon
which an agreement ought to bj possi
ble. That the former president, raid a
shareholder, should exact $300 a month
for services, with tho mine redeemed
under a "voluntary assessment." ap
peals a little umeusonable. and he
would Insist that the matter be sub
mitted to expert authority before it is
allowed. On the other hand, the former
ptesldent belleveu he hits earned It and
that the- trials to which he wnf sub
jected entitle him to at least that sum
Meanwhile work at the Tlntlc mine icn
tinuoa with a small force.
DENVER IS SELFISH.
Seeks to Grab the Mining Congress'
A letter from Portland. Or., admon
ishes the local delegation to tho Mi
ning congress which convenes Jn that
northern metropolis next month, that
Denver Th rnllylng to pack ths perma
nent home of the congress back v.ith
It. no matter what effort It shall Iniur.
At this latest dxnmple of Denver's un
remitting j-lflshness Vhe cOngres. how
vcr. Is likely to revolt. Nothing cwr
held out by Stale or nation about whl-h
It hat not sought to wind its rapacious
embrace. Not utlfied wJtli Its prv
tige as th capital of a "whole" Com
monwealth, the confines of which It. at
ono time, wanted- to limit. to Arapahoe
county, in which It is situuted, It au
daciously insisted that it ought to be '
madtr tlie capital of the nation. And I
It has had about as much of the- earth E
and the celebrities thereof ao one State S
ought to have. It has the hcadquar- h
ters of the Western Federation of Ml-
ners and haw had the blood-thirsty
Walte a Governor; it has had a strike
on Its hands for two years; it has Sen
ator Thomas Patterson, and then some.
All these endowments, and yet the dele
gate to the Mining congress Is admon
ished that It must havx- that, as a (
trophy, whatever the sacrifice. Well,
hardly; the glutton will bi requested on
thin occasion to wait for tho second
Appealing to the congress in sup- j
port of Salt Lake's application for the
"home" is every natural-advantage. A
few farthings and a few mlnutt-s' rldo
over a street-car line tiik''s the student e
to the most officlent wnelturs- on earth. 6
a fow shillings und a ff-w hour?' rble E
in conches of home comfort to each 'f R
the camps and to a "variety" of prop- P
ertler that Id without a parallel. Jn
behalf of Salt Luke the Utah detcga- E
t Ion, and Its friends without, wlllmtkc g
the struggle for the permnnont home en- P
tirely on its merits. p
ZINC ORES IN 8
PYRITIC FURNACES 1
Reviewing the recent diacuslon n s
zinc ores and their effect on prltk
smelting, In the- Engineering and Mi-
nlng Journal, Edward D. Peters saj9. g
"Nutting, superintendent of the 13iog-
ham Con. smelter, Salt Lake alley, n
" 'This element, in the form of sul- !
phlde. Is an unmitigated nuisance. Its 9
bad effects are numerous, and will be 5
noted in the tonnage, recovery and prod-
uot. Difficulties start with as little ns 5
o per cent in the charge, and Increase- '
quite In proportion until 12 per cent Is
reached, when the . bad cfTcctD become ;
"In the light of Mr. Nutting's reply
wo may consider the unfortunate In- ;
havlor of zinc-blende In that cla-s of )
cases where tonsldorablo heavy sul- J
phldcs are present, where the slag is
not very slllclous, and where the ratio
of concentration la not high. Unrt r i
such clrcumstancew we do not have the
prolonged and tremendous oxidation nt I'
a high temperature that I have referred 6
to In a former paragraph. A cerUiln I
proportion of the blende escapes oxldn- -
Hon. enters the mutte and slag, and -!
produces the disagreeable results so
familiar to all of us. I do not at all f
wish to Imply that It would be more
advantageous for Mr. Nutting to form j
a more sllicious ping, Increaev hlo oxl- jj
datlon and his ratlc- of concentration,
and burn all hi blendo to oxide before- ?
It reaches the smelting zone. I have jj
very little doubt that he is pursuing
the method best calculated for paying 5
dividends, and refer merely to the chem- 5
leal, and not the commercial, featurc-s
of his difficult ores."
OLD SHOWER PLANT.
Hoistcr and Boilers to Serve n Prop
osition in Idaho.
T. M. Swem, by whom the old plant
on tho properties of the Shower Con.
of Diamond, Tlntlc district, way re
cently dismantled, is forwarding the
SO-horsepowe-r holster and the 100-hor.e-power
boiler to ono of the camps out
of Boise City, while- boilers for addi
tional steam equipment are being sent
to the Syracuse Canning company's
plant, twelve miles south of Ogden.
The management of the Bullion group
at Stockton has extended th crosscut
from tho Honcrlue tunnel 200 fet In the
direction of Its shaft,, with connection to
be made at a distance of 00.
Col. J01 Farrcn departed for Mllfcrd
last night to Inquire into conditions at the
old Montreal group of mines, frcm which,
In previous years, he Iip-h extracted copper-bearing
oreB of scnsatloual quality.
The Tonopah Bonanza says the plungers
for tho pump at the Halifax group,
i-wned by Messrs. Keith and Kcarn.-j of
Utah. ar now hi transit, with every as
surance that pumping will bo resumed In
a short time.
Clareneo 13. Allen, superintendent of the
United States company's mines, left for
Bingham yesterday morning.
W. F. Patrick, a former manager of the
South 12urek,i group at Tlntlc. has se
cured a $3CO.00O option on copper-bt-arlng
properties ten miles southwest of Stone
wall mountain. hi Nevada. j
Ontario's shares changed hands on the
iew oi'K miock Doara last week at .$5.
according to a Gotham authority.
George Plumb, brother of tho lamented
Sonutor from Kansas, and Jsimes Thom
son, both of Emporia, that State, arc in
the city, after an Inspection of mining In
terests in Nevada, and were the guests
yesterday of William H. Dale.
AV. H. Edwards has returned from tlu
wvst. where he has been looking Into mi
The Utah of Deep Creek will be In the
inn l icet today with another lot of high
grade silver and lead ore, whllo still an
other lot la in transit.
Manager Charles M. Rood of the On
tario and Daly will leave for thoso Turk
City bonanzas again this morning.
W. A. Scott, representing tho. Engineer
ing and Mining Journal of New York, has
returned nttcr looking Into Stockton's
A carload of hlKh-grado sUvor oro. con
taining not a little lead. Is on tho way
from tho Joe. Bowers of Tintlc. -
President Simon Bamberger leaves for
U10 Bamberger gold mines and mill ut
Do La Mar, Nov.. tho present week.
Tho Columbia Con. officials, who'bavc
been visiting Its mines nt Alti. have- it
turned to town quite eiUhiiKluatlc over the
condition of the properties and tho acflnr
ance of future earnings, with tho second
class ore going into a concentrator, the
tlrst-class to the furnuces of tho vuhoy.
Manager P. W. Madsen of tho tVntury
ParkrvaUev thC i,,lnea and ,n!11
for tho Salt Lake Hardware, company,
has returned from Richfield, after arr-nm-,nuror,
,llL0 'namlkitlon of a :ompress-r
with which to operate power drills on tho
pany" th G1U DeVHloimeni coin'
Bert Holden. managing director of the
" "r , , fining cmpam. has
reached Cleveland. O.. on hla wav ! mi
and Is expected hero next w - eft 1
will save the dyspeptic from many
days of misery, and enablo him to cat
whatever he wishes. They prevent
cause the food to nssimllatc and nour
ish the body, give keen appetite,
and solid muscle. Elegantly sutrar
Take No Substitute.
GROUND FEED 1
H onts. y corn, J,i barley, carefully
cleaned, then ground. Is cheaper H
and better for .horses thsm straight M
-IJ; Cuatm Feed Mills. I
230 80. 3rd West. Tel. UL I
j without first seeing the many things we have to cnlianccB
I enjoyment of your 1rip. .
J The camp sloven, camp cutlery, camp dishes, U(j S
sporting ootls of all kinds, at price which will Tiojp t0
the expenses down. 9
PMii H l Hi ill I i W I ftfllB
HWUMMiMiBca a,'M' 1' - frffVIJ-'-JUJjJ-J"J-J'!!-,Tl' ill WiiijM
j GARDNER DAILY STORE NW
; & There's comfort a Pi or all j
111 " 11,0 faCt tbat lh stiflinff kot waS
fi I'iU a11 our st1'' liats had been so grcjB
rC(luce(1 I)nc0- 9
t fi'T'j! You can buy one now for a very i;SE
1 get ful1 value out of it before the jB
JililP! Vf1'' a,K 10n mve a 00t mt orB
& fpe s;ime mfght be applied to all tin1 otVjj
hot-weather clothes, now being sold for
Ny to nothing. K
Price Je Fe GARDNER Mafn'S
The Quality Store. K
' riTTT. U-H-J--H"aixl ble. Xorrdns Dlac.itc, -XRVB
tf .GiAU .-V Kldnor And I.tTr IJSseoece, DlrCdor Tron- ?S!&StfMiB
bloJ,HcauD!cf.w,Ji8eaMof tlio Stflrnnch "ScaiM
nnd HoTTclt. l'llo, Fistula ana R octal nt- f- &&ufcH
tcasoa, Ponalo Complnlnu, Cbronlo Dl- fg'rr HT&3VH
teases or Womon and Children. Ulckou, rC?x "S'TM
Spinal Troublos. Hkln Ulwajcw. Dwrnota. ' IflB
Athuin, JlroDChla' anil hnas Trrrabloi, (. 'vHB
Jlhourottlsro. llaj 1'cTrr, NoonvlgU. tl ri j.B
totl.t. Kyo and Ear DUcwj, Goltnj tor blj ry iK
140OW), Varicocele, ICsl Jtnuhocxl. etc, T'3i Jm,
lJlood niB048Ci. Ptlraio J)luase. Scrofula, TOTO V
ond nit forms of Norroua and Obronlo III- ij?VB
wajcj, ftbat aro ournble.) Jfjp'YMI
OUIt MOTl'Ol A loir foo. qnlcS j JffifflflR
cure, mild and ymluleua trcntjnent
m Conaultntlon !n person or by letter
ds. x. j. suouc;. f roo to all. Call or ivrlto. on, a. v. faouH
FTOIWR fiTTRFIS "RY MAIL 00 not rtsra' fcecuw r7J lire at r w.tt?ii?M
raxtn ll dir to eel oiport dv!co ond troattcAJU. l Ixosit. "1'czt? aer aj-inptom kuiB
ovorr xmpuom of dlae whloh onablci thuui to dlacnoio roar cass ncd tell ;cu lkcH
troublo la. what cu bo dono for jou. and trbat tho coil of n raro vrlll be. WJtlTK IfnzeK
call, ror tnolr now syraptom Hit mil tjko advanlaco of too m KB VTK
roc tat trcaluiout or not, tlio ailvlco oottt jou nollilriff. S)K
Weak Men Pay When Ourm
If yon unor from ftny nt tli woakncuei or Wo euro toti nrit and then ati. & RzJV
ilc.i3 cauicd by lt:tiuranv. oicrvi ot con- AUJ.K Vizk irben rou aro cured. TcjoB
lIon VOU AUK Till: VK11V rKUSuN WE ronI upon oar word tbcutioii ef rtK:
WANT '10 TALK TO. hare Imlorewl ns. KOr WKYi.S7l6E
V.'e haro proTouo-.tr skill In ocrlnir OnitONIC YOU irlth tho distinct undertt:Bllcf.UH:
dtseoAca by tiiibllhhhic tlio many voluiitnry rrlll nut domaud a Yi K until KtK'
lettlmoulal from liomo puoplo. filvlnr uiuu3. This appllcn to lxii 51 an coed, SoaUal nK 1
U VL CAlMfLlMI OUBODltfcS thc IVostato Qland Lncalunl Uih
Deca.me ll would betray confldenco. llonc-.. orrnoea.f;icot,btrloture etc, CeDUfitaM;
Unto to provo our klll In thii oUm of irou- !' ;-". tid all WEAkM!3L3 rf QtbVHf
blt la anotber my. Tlilt i- onr t:aa: nluation and ivdrlci fres. t
OtCcu )Iottrt. 9 a, tn. to i p.m.: EtodIdio. " 'j a; 6undit asd llollayt, 10 a, ra. UIlBf,
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 Soua
mi iii hfi i i i --'f. l.x-h. .-lr .. . aK
i Thirty Years in Salt Lake gity. K
; The Oldest and Most m
a8 Specialist in the CB
Yoa should ha HOTEL, from (0 a. m. to 4 P''R
I SreDr- HlgEins Rooms 17, 18 and 19, 7 to 9 pX
r-1 ' '.w. t LL ill' "I :m i
I ii -Li i "n" 7T
AR.E YOU INTERESTED JN EASTERN iK
STOCKS AND FINANCIAL CONDITIONS .:S
j The Evening Mai
I . OF NEW YORK. 'iSr3
New Vrif dauyCVen,nK I,ar,er- contaln'ng the best nnanclal rt:'U olX
Spells Coffin. Si
Cur the one and uvold tho other
by us-ln? H.ilJ'8 CouRh Remedy. For J
eaic by your druggist. I!
At WhoJcsalo by Nelden- Judson
Do 2o Salt Lrtce, Utah.
FOR -TOILET AND BATjB:
Dellcnto enough fo .'JH!
skin, nnd yet TWcJous a,jrmLl
any stain. Keeps tho skin .a
condition. Ill tho bath PT gBg
desirable after-effects of 11 iPk
bath. It should be on eVWMfe
ALL GROCEBS AND CJ