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i i page six" THE SALT LAKE TBIEUNE. ran-vr mormso, acgi-ST
;'1 Mines and ProspectsFurnaces and Mills j !
II : NEW LEAD PLAMT
j ; i r RUSHING TO FINISH
I , i 1 '.'Blnst Furnaces to Bo Blown in Last
111 . ? , of, October Steady Output of
' ' j First-Class Bullion.
J ; Construction progressing1 ns at prcs-
; ent, the lead blast furnaces of the
-. -" United States smeltorjwlll be ready to
I 1 J : go Into commission during the In-sl
' h days of October, said George- K. Fis-
' cher, who came up from the plant yes-
,,; tcrdny morning very much pleased
with the progress made during. his ab
sence in California. The steel build
ings have been practlcnlly completed,
while the roa-stlng furnaces aro ready
for connections with the main stock,
i i now fifty feet above the foundation.
I , The receiving bins, capable of holding
20,000 tons of ore, are now being utilized
with lead ores arriving daily, whllo on
I " the main blast furnaces, of which three
' i ,i ' are to be Installed, work will begin the
' . ! ' present month, with the water-jackets
' j now being constructed. .Mr. Fischer
I anticipates no delay so serious that it
I' 1 shall throw the work far off the hour
- scheduled for the lead plant to go Into
commission, and certainly nothing shall
be spared to begin the active reduc
' tlon of lead ores before the end of Oc
tober. He did not visit the mines whllo
j In California, but devoted himself en
tirely to pastime nnd returns visibly
' , Meanwhile the usual tonnage of cop-
per bullion continues to pour from the
furnaces of the company's copper plant,
with the tonnage of ore from its mines
1 ' at Tintlc and Bingham coming undi
Ij PACKER LOOKS GOOD.
' i Ores of Excellent Quality Opening
'I Up, With Some in. Transit.
Lawrence Greene, who has been in
quiring Into varl6us Interests in Idaho,
reappeared at his desk again yesterday
1 morning. During his absence In the
' ' north he visited properties of ihe Clay-
i ton company that have long been under
, his Intelligent management and whllo
admitting that a deal In which others
I are seeking the acquisition of the mines
is on he was noj, prepared lo discuss it.
While In the region he Inspected the
Lost Packer of Loon creek, from which
he withdrew and pocketed a very tempt-
Ing bid which was tendered him last
, year. The future of the proposition
, J is now practically assured, said Mr.
Ivrcunu, iuiu iiiuL ii win ui: iiiiim; iiu-
l ductlve of a great deal of wealth there
( i J is no doubt. The ore-bodies have rc-
f sponded very generously to develop-
' ment through the long winter and some
ore of excellent quality Is now Its way
'i - to market. On Jordan creek where
j Ellspass mills are being operated the
results are characterized as very fav
orable, while at Custer the management
of the Lucky Boy mills Is preparing to
1 put them into commission. Otherwise,
. said Mr. Greene, conditions In that lo-
, . callty are quIeL,
j ( , Of the new strike In the Bullion ledge
( , J pt Stockton which was made during
j! bis absence, Mr, Greene reports It quite
' ' I promising and he 1b relying on It for
. ' good results.
I! EXAMINED BY EXPERT,
ji - Anaconda Property Subject of Inves
I tigatlon, With. Favorable Results.
, Srwclnl to The Tribune,
,.j ' . - BASIN, La Sal Mountains, Aug. 11.
i Prof. Olon O. Luson, chief engineer of
' " the Mascot Mining company of Salida,
J Colo.t.and a representative of ox-Senator
j Mason gf Illinois, Is scheduled to arrive In
, IPssIn next Monday, for the purpose of
making an examination of the Anaconda
" , , properly, located on Castle mountain, near
1 . here, and If satisfactory the Mascot coin
I , pany la to buy the property and at onco
' ' beccln systematic development.
I ' l The Anaconda group consists of eight
t claims, upon which considerable develop
j ment work has been done and large, Ipw
grado bodies of cynnldlng are exposed.
Prof. Larsen Is one among the many
Colorado men whono attention has been
i attracted toward the bright mining future
J of Utah, and has chosen the La Sal coun
try as his llrst point of Investigation. The
M values now shown on the Anaconda group
5 are sufficient to warrant that Prof. Lar-
sen will not be disappointed with his vl3lt
. r "William Hayes and sons have at last
i 1 traced the, Wilson mesa voln to Its moor
) lngs In Gold 1 1 11 1 mountnln. Ore shown
your correspondent Is sufllclcnt to witr
i . rant the announcement. Capt. William '
i , -I Hayes departed from here yesterday for
Mancos and Durango, Colo,, where ho
I , goes to get the necessary capital to open
, ' .up the property.
I . I ' ' ' If this announcement proves to be true,
, , ' ' there will yet be a mining reaction In this
l t ' country this fall that has not been wlt
, ' nesscd since the feverish days of Cripple
I , I Creek.
. ; t
I 1 j PASSES ITS DIVIDEND.
, Grand Central Reserves Its Surplus
for Exploratory Work.
' (J , There will be no August bread-money
i A for Grand Central shareholders, not-
'm withstanding the favorable reports
H ' from the company's Tintlc properties
1 nnd the universal Impression that the
j "i condition of the treasury was more
, f : i gratifying than at'any period in many,
it " - many moons. That the company nnd
decided 10 pais the- dividend, In view
, 1' of, these reports, fell with not a little
' I Ij severity on the street, but that It will
i ,il icappear o. month later Is quite well
; j assured. Col. C. E. Loofc, the general
J j manager and to whom the '.jiiirfp Is In-
t debted for thG property from which
i j rj $1,116,500 has already poured Into the
! l pockets pi the shareholders, said dur-
I j j' j ing the afternoon that it was the pol-
' p icy of the board to mantaln a sub-
' j! '.' stantial surplus and that It was In line
i i . with this that the dividend for August
i 1 j'i had been passed. Further than this, it
' . '; is the Intention of the management to
' I J i do considerable exploratory work and
( 1 to make connections with the main ore-
' 'I' ! bearing channels at greater depth.
. I Meanwhile a fine tonnage of ore Is com-
Ll,,,' ing from the mines of tho company to
l .fell , the valley furnaces, while there Is noth-
i 'ij, ' Ing to Indicate other than that the
ijj physical condition is a most satlsfac-
'.'''j 5 Western Cre Shippers' Agency.
'U j ' r 1C3 Main St. P. O. bq'x 457. Phone 2000.
; i ; New Book Bindery.
V' I JiJ I Firiet-class bank and commercial
' p liiil vork-
); 'T l PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO-Auditorlum. Great Nortbcrn.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELKS Tho AnRClua. B.
Gardner, 303 Sprlnc Street.
MINN-APOLTS-Wcst Hotel. ,
NEW TOniC Waldorf-Astoria. Impcrt
OJ. Aslor Kouoc-.
OMAHA The Millard. Tho Pnxtoa.
PORTLAND. OR -Portland HotcL
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southora.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Daly West Again Unruly, With the
Traders Generally Weak.
The day on tho mining exchange closed
on tho sale, of 10.-130 shares of stock, for
M517.73, and with tho traders generally
weak, orders easily executed. Daly
West was again under bear lnflucnco onrt
sank gradually to SU1.00, although C cants
better was paid on tho last transfer, whllo
Century was pounded down to 9V. Tho
news that Grand Central had passed Us
August distribution to again stack up a
surplus sent It down to an offering at
S3.C0, but J2.75 to bo had for It at the lln
Ish, while Con. Mrcur was firm around
33 ccntsi Totro was tlrm and in gpod de
mand around 32 cents, with Star Con.
moving creeplly up to 13, whllo n consign
ment of second-class oro was blng sam
pled, while Uncle Sam changed hands- at
33 and Carlsa at 'S, tho day closing on
the following market:
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. lAskcd.H Hid. Asked.
AJax 1$ .02 $ .03?',; S .03 ? .01
Alice 1G .15
Bdston Con.. G.25 ... ... I C.25 7.00
Bull.-Beck .. 1.00 l.OO
Beck Tunnel. .06 (WV1
Butler-Lib .. .OOtf .10 .CO
Carlsa 00 I .OSVi )
Century 30 .32 .2S .31
Con. Mcrcur. .30 . 35 . 30 . 3J
Daly 2.37A 2.50 2.35 2.45
Daly-Jndgo . -1.10 -4.-J5 -1.12 4.C0
Daly West . 12.50 13.25 12.50 13.00
E. it B. B 55 .SO .50
Grand Cent.. 3.00 3.70 2.75 3.C0
Horn Silver . 1.00 l.CO
Ingot 01 01
Jim Butler .. .50 .SO .K .SO
Joe Bowers 00fc .OO7I
Little Boll . .20 20
Little Chief . .01 01 .01
L. Mammoth OS .10
Mont. Ton. 2.3S 1-14 2.85 2.47M:
Mammoth ... 1.43 1.4S
May Day 00 .00 -00Vi .00
McNamara . .30 . 50 . 31 .52
Now York .. .Ootfi .03', .03 ,03
Ontario 3.50 , 3.60
Petro 0G .10 ' .03 . 07
Rlch.-Ana . . .00 .01 .00 .01
Rocco-H GO 50
Sunshlno . , 03
Swansea 15 45
S. Swansea 07 .03 . 07
Sacramento . .10 .11 .10 .10
Silver King 50.00 4S.00
hiar ij .1.11 -n
Silver Shield 03 .02 .01
Tonopah .. . 7.90 . S.35 7.75 S.50
Tetro 31ft .32 .31Vi .32
Tonopoh Ex. .95 1.30 .&3 1.50
Ton'pah Mid. .30 .52 .45 .50
Unlt'd Slates 21.75 21.62 22.87
Undo Sam . .22ft .23 .22 .23V4
Utah 40 .13
AMctorla . .GO .87 .00 .87
Victor 01 01
Yankee Con. .35KI .37 .35 . 33Yt
Daly "West, 10 at $13, seller ten days; GO
at $13 20.
Star Con.. 1000 at 12T6c seller sixty days.
Uncle Sam. 1000 at 22c.
Century, 100 at 29c. "
Tetro. 500 nt 32ViC
Shares sold, 2CC0.
Selling value, S133I.25.
AJax, 500 at 3c.
Ccnturj', 200 at 30c.
Daly West,'G0 at $13.10; 10 at $13.30, seller
ten days; 20 at $13.30.
Goldflcld Bonanza, ?000 at 5c
Shares sold, 27S0.
Selling value, J1231.50.
Ajax. 12 at 3c.
Duly "West, CO at $12.00; 15 at $13; 10 at
May Day" 1000at c. . .
Sacramento. 2C0 at 10a I
Uncle Sam Con., GG0 at 22c.
Tetro. 300 at 32c: 100 at 32y,c.
Shares sold. 23S5.
Selling value, $1403.75.
Carlsa. 300 at 8c.
Daly West. 5 at S12.&5.
May Day, 1000 at c.
Star Con., 500 at 13c.
Tetro, 2C0 at 31ftc. I
' Uncle Sam, GOO at 23c; 500 at 2251c, seller
Shares sold, 3003.
Selling value, I450.2n.
San Francisco Hilling; Stocks. 1
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 11. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wore as follows:
Alta ? .CO Julia $ .13
Andes If Justice 07
Belcher H Mexican S2
B St B i'-j Occidental Con. .fO
Bullion .... i... Ii3 Ophlr 2.33
Caledonia - Overman OS
Challongo Con . .19 Potosl 1C
Chollar IS Savage 23
Confidence 03 Seg Belchor 03
C C Sz Va 1.13 Sierra Nov 22
Con Imp .01 Silver Hill 52
Crown Point ... .12 Union Con 23
Exchequer 00 Utah Con OS
G ,& C 19 Yel Jacket 1C
H & N 09
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .23 Llttlo Chief ....$ .K
Alice , 20 Ontario 3 25
Breece 10 Ophlr 20
Brunswick Con. .15 Phoenix .... f
Comstock Tun.. .03 Potosl .... " '15
C C & Va 1.(0 Savage " '20
Horn Silver 1.50 Sierra Nev '19
Iron Silver 1.45 Small Hopes" "0
Lcadvlllc Con .. .u2 Standard ! 193
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ .75 Michigan 4 00
Allouez .. .. 10.00 Mont C Si C 3'00
Amalg'd .... 52.75 Old Dom ... 13' 00
Ainer Zinc'.. 11.00 Osceola .. r 00
Atlantic .. .. 8.50 Parrot .. " ""'m
Blnghlm .... 2-1.50 Qulncy " "k'V,
C & H.$470.OS4SO.O0 Shannon .. 3'
Centennial .. 21.03 Tamarack " T."n,-
Copper R ... M.C2 Trlnltv .. " iu.
Daly Wet .. 12.50 U S Mln .... 4'siiA
Dora Coal ... 47.G0 U S Oil Jopa
Franklin .... 7.00 Utah nutf
Grancy .. .. 2.2Sf4 Victoria .
Isle Royalc . 13.02 Winona 7"$
Moss Mln .. 3.25 Wolverine . toot
Mohawk.... 42.00 ,J'W
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Tueoday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded as thev follow
Goldflcld-Totiopab, 500 at 11c; Macnamara"
23W at 3J?35c; 1000 at 38c, bnver ninety
days; Montana-Tonopah, 100 at $2.10- Now
York, 1500 at 4c: 9300 at Sc. buyer ninety
days; Red Top. 300 at 14c; Gold Mountain
200 at 21c; Midway. 300 at 47c; Rav &
O'Brien. 1C0 at 9c; Tonopah Mining Com
pany. 100 at Sc; United Tonopah, GOO at 9c,
yyr 92.C0 to S4.oo
BULLION BECK GETS
A HEAVY BLOW
Must Pay Its Neighbor Nearly S57
000 for tho Handful of Ore From
For Invading and unlawfully extract
ing 158 tons of ore from the territory
of yie Eureka 11111 Mining company the
referee before whom the avalanche of
testimony was preientcd has found that
the Bullion Beck & Champion Mining
company muot pay Us neighbor no less
than ?5G,91l!c2, or thrice the nctual
value of the wealth extracted by the ac
cused. In his conclusions, copies of which
were presented to counsel for tho re
spective companies yesterday morning,
the referee. Hon. Parley L. Williams,
submits that "the preponderance of evi
dence shows that tho defendant's em
ployees) excavated the trespass stopc
either In 1S95 or in 1S9C. The testimony
of Neleon as well as the circumstances
of taking out the bulk Justifies the con
clusion that the extraction of ore was
done knowingly and wilfully by the de
fendant. Opposed lo the evidence of
witnesses for the plaintiff are the state
ments of Klrby nnd Roundy, that no
work was done In that part of the mine,
the latter contradicting the ttatenient
of Nelson that the work there was done
under his direction. There Is a direct
conlllct on that point between his tes
timony and Nelson's. I think Klrby had
no knowledge that the work wny done,
or if he did, ha." forgotten it. The cir
cumstance that the bulkhead was taken
out to enable the miners to proceed with
the work, In view of the previous estab
lishment of the compromise line which
was generally well known, would seem
lo Justify the" conclusion that the work
was done with the knowledge of those
in charge of the operations? of the min
ing for the defendant company, and If
they did not actually know It, It was
their duty to know It, and the omission
to discover what It was their duty to
ascertain docs not relieve them from
tho charge that the work was done with
knowledge and intentionally.
"The evidence does not Justify the
conclusion that the portion of the slope
between the blue line and the, bulkheads
was done at a time subsequent to the
compromise agreement, and therefore no
allowance Is made for the ore west of
"The engineers agree that the contents
excavated in the slope east' of the bulk-
Vinmlu lo 101') miMn fr.nt Thn mlnnrc
state that they took out no waste; that
the ore body extended from wall to wall
of the slope as It now exists, that It
was generally of uniform quality and
was a good quality of ore. They de
nominate It 'shipping ore.' Other evi
dence shows that at the time the stopc
was discovered by the plaintiff com
pany, there was some waste upon the
bottom. The testimony Is not very defi
nite as to the amount of the waste. The
testimony of Bosscrt. "Wilson and Brooks
makes It quite clear that there was some
excavation In excess of the ore. This
appears to have been tho case by the
testimony of all these witnesses, along
the bottom of the stope at the time they
took observations and samples. This
testimony then, In connection with the
testimony that there was some waste
on the bottom of the stope Justifies the
conclusion that the whole space ex
cavated was not ore. The estimates,
however, of Wilson and Brooks ns lo
cubic contents ore arbitrary and In con
flict with the testimony on the part of
the plaintiff. I conclude therefore that
the waste In the stope was relatively
small, compared with the ore, and while
the evidence seems to make It clear that
some deduction should be made on ac
count of wuste, It Is not at all clear or
definite as to the amount, and I conclude
from all the testimony that It did not
exceed ten per cent of the cubic con
tents of the stope east of the bulkhead.
I have therefore deducted 193 feet, or'ten
per cent, leaving the cubic contents ex
tracted, 173S feet, and allowing 11 cubic
feet to the ton, would make 15S tons of
"The samples taken from the stope
by Wilson and Bossert differ widely In
value. The total values per ton, less'
cost of mining nt $1 and the freight and
treatment charges of $9.75, as figured by
Mr. Dickson on Wilson's samples, leaves
net value of S4S.97 per ton, while tho
average ' value resulting from the
samples taken and figuring done by Mr.
Bossart gives n net vnlue of $170.32 per
ton, allowing however, only$2.5G for
mining. The values based upon seven
teen general car samples representing
seventy-nine mine cars of ore taken
from what the testimony shows to be
on the same vein and Just beneath the
trespass stope, gives a net value, al
lowing $4 per ton for mining,, of $120.13,
and the referee takes that as a basis of
value. This would give a total value of
ICS tons ?1S,980.54, which being multi
plied by three gives the amount of the
judgment for treble damages of $5G,
941.62. While the evidence was that the
average cost of mining during that year
on the ores In the Bullion Beck and
Champion compnny'Ys ground was S2.G6,
I think the evidence of the number of
miners at work and the time they were
engaged In removing this ore, makes $4
per ton a reasonable allowance for the
mining of this particular ore, and that
sum Is allowed by the referee.
"J conclude from the testimony of the
witnesses as well as the circumstances
and surroundings, that the plaintiff did
not know of this excavation until its
workmen broke lnlo It at the east end,
which time was within the statute of
limitations. 1 further conclude that the
plaintiff is not chargeable with neglig
ence or wilful Ignorance of the fact of
this excavation and that It Is excused
under the law for not hiving discovered
this trespass earlier than It did, and
that therefore the plea of the statute of
limitations Is not maintained "
In proceedings the plaintiff was rep
resented by former Congressman
George Sutherland, the defendant by
Judge William H. Dlckaon.
It was said last night thrit another
scrap originating In other alleged tres
pass was fomenting nnd that In reality
the principals were Just warming up to
real war nnd Its necessities.
Very Little Manipulation.
Special lo The Tribune.
BBOSTON. Mass..' Aug. 10. Speculation
In the Boston market today was mostly
In local speculations, , which were active
and strong In sympathy with the strong
Now York market. Copper, shares were
quiet, but with a very llrm undertone,
except In Hpots where there was a llttlo
pressure. There was very little manipula
tion in the jnarkot, and tho fact that
prices wore generally firm without this
manipulation gives the bulla great encour
agement, and they continue confident of
seeing a much better market, In fact,
there arc few shares to be found. Horn
blower &. Weeks, brokers, 53 State street,
Boston, and 10 Wall street. Now York,
furnish tho following quotations;
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated . .2,000 $53.25 $52. f.2 $52.75
Bingham 4C0 25.00 21.50
Boston 110 G.50
Mercur 2C0 .35
Daly West .... 913 13.25 12.50
United States .. 20 22.00
Utah 530 33.62 3S.0O
THE GILMORE MINES.
Camp Boon Productive of Vast
Amount of '"Wealth Before.
C. J. Mlxor, tho export mining man and
superintendent of tho Creole company's
properties at Park City, writes from that
In today's lesuo you devote some spaco
to tolling of new dlaclocurcs of "silver
and load In Idaho mines." For your In
formation, whon this camp Is referred to
in tho future, I will state that tho state
ments arc all correct, except tho lino
montlonlnc "NIcholla on tho Short Lino
as tho revolving station." Tho shipping
point Is DuBols, Idaho, from whenco
your advlco came. NIcholla 1b located
somo seventy miles from tho railroad and
a dozen miles from Gllmore, vhlch camp
you describe. NIcholla was tho location
of tho old Viola mlno, which produced
suveral millions -In silver-load years ago.
As to tho property you mention, at Gll
more, I will say that It Is owned by tho
Gllmoro Mining company,' a close cor-
C oration of Ponnsylvanla capitalists, and
enco but llttlo appears In the papers of
tho success they are meting. The prop
erty was a mere prospect whon I reported
on It for them two years ago I am con
sulting engineer for thorn, having re
turned recently from my third trip to
the mlno this season. Wo expect that tho
revival In prospecting along this rango
will open up more good mines, and even
tually result in nearor railroad facilities.
Tho president of tho company, Mr. E. C.
Ross, will probably pass through Salt
Lake shorlly, on the way to his homo In
Pennsylvania, from tho mlno, whoro he
has spent the summer.
ALL FOR THE BEAES.
Disreputable Methods of Eastern
Crowd in Depressing' Daly West.
Richardson. Hill & Co. aro In receipt of
tho following dispatch from J S. Bacho
& Co., concerning tho Daly West divi
dend: "Wo have from a very good sourco
that the Daly West dividend will be
changed to 10 to 15 cents per share quar
terly, equal to 40 to CO cents per sharo
per annum." "Wall Street Journal.
Hon. William H. Dlrkonson. whoso at
tention was drawn to the paragraph from
tho New "iork publication during tho af
"It Is positively without foundation
whatever. Such an absurd course has not
uecn unuor consideration or lias It Oeen
mentioned In a directors' meeting or else
where. Indeed tho normal earnings of the
company aro such as not to call for or
Justify any reduction."
That an expression was not solicited
from other officials of tho Daly West was
that thoy are absent. President Bam
berger and Vlco-Presldent Wood arc at
Los Angeles Investigating their oxtonslvo
oil Intorosts. whllo Treasurer .McCornlck
Is In San Francisco with Director .Thomp
son In the diggings.
It is quite apparent that tho Eastern
broker hns confederated with a portion
of tho Eastern press, at least. In piling up
tho loses of misquoted client and sub
scriber The fallacy Is. of course, a tragic
one. but the shorts must be permitted to
cover no mattCr what tho cost to the Investor.
TO THE AMALGAMATED.
Salt Lako? Talent Accepts a Position
With Big Northern Company.
The management v of the , Amalga
mated company of Montana has again
drawn upon the mechanical skill of
Utah and will. In a few days, have add
ed to Its staff at Anaconda the name
of Joseph R. Focht. who has for some
time been actively associated with
George K. Fischer, the eminent smelter
builder. Mr. Focht, who Is a master
of his profession, departs with the re
gret not only of Mr. Fischer and his as
sociates, but that of a large circle of
friends In Zlon. At Anaconda he enters
the mechanical engineering department
and to begin his labors will leave for
the' north today.
MADE A PAYMENT.
West Honerine Shells Out Another
Wad of Money to the -Vendors.
Another payment has just beon made
by the founders oC the Honerine West
Mining company of Stockton on Its
Stockton properties, this reducing the
balance upon them to a unit so small that
there Is doubt of the final payment. In
a short time, said Fred G. Richmond, tho
manager of the properties, yesterday, ac
tive work will b6 resumed on the terri
tory, which has already demonstrated Its
merits, and that another producer will be
added to Stockton's list Is quite well as
sured The territory Is umong the choic
est In tho old camp and adjoln the Hon
erine on the west, as the name of the
GETS BIG CONTRACT.
Westinghouse Company Gets Award
for Britannia Equipment,
To tho Westlngbouso company hrts Just
been awarded tho contract for the elec
trical equipment and mill out of Van Cou
vcr, B. C, tho equipment Involving an
outlny amounting to about $50,000. Nearly
all the contracts for tho mill with which
tho undertaking is being provided by Us
founder, George II. Robinson 'of this city,
have now boen lot and construction will
be rushed. Tho original plans for tho
plant were constructed by R. F. Moser of
the Ncwhouso staff and the concentrator
will be one of the most cflclent In all tho
Ores and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $30,900, McCor
nlck & Co roportlng thom as thov fol
low: American bullion, S2D.000; gold, sil
ver, lead and copper ores, $27,900.
In the metal market silver rulod at 5SVi
cents an ounce, load at $3.50f-l 10 and
casting copper at 11 cents a pound.
Shipped Millions to Europe.
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. The assay ofilce
reports that J2.OC0,OcO gold bars has; boon
enguged for shipment for JSuropc on Sat
urday, The name of tho shipper has not
yet been disclosed.,
New Sun Typewriter, S40.
' Carbons, ribbons for nil machines.
Pembroke sells them.
v At Mullptt's
Today. Men's pants sale. Your choice
,at $14)0. -1
DAVID KEITH RETURNS.
Speaks Well of tho Showing at Tono
pah and Goldfield.
' Thoy arc shipping a good deal of ore
from Tonopah Just now," said David
Keith last evening. Mr. Keith had Just
returned from a six days' trip to the Ne
vada cam)) In which ho was accompanied
by General Manager Edson of tho Rio
Grando system. Mr. Edson went right
through Salt Lake on his way to Colo
rado. "Things uro looking well and a Brent
deal of work is being dono," Mr Keith
said. "Good showings aro being made
and some, rich oro hnb' gono out
"Wo visited Oqldflcld and found that
much work Is being dono In that camp.
Somo of tho oro being shipped Is very
rich A number of shafts arc bo ng sunk
for prospecting. All of tho work except
on one claim is being dono by leasers. In
both this camp and Tonopah wc found
conditions first rato and promising much
for tho future."
Manager Farnsworth, who has returned
from tho Horn Silver of Frisco, reports
work on the zinc plant progressing to an
A fine lot of high-grade ore from tho
new ntrlke In the Phillips lease on tho
Bullion-Beck of Tintlc Is nt the sampler.
Peter Porter bos gono lo Goldllold to
Prof. S. F. Emmons hao returned from
Bingham and will extend his observations
into other camps after a short Interval
with tho mine managers.
Mnnngcr Channlngof the Utah Con. has
returned from that Bingham bonanza
Tho nlr compressor at the Nowhouso
tunnel nt Nowhouso has gone into com
mission, and work on tho long nvonue Is
ugaln progressing from both ends, tor
iner Superintendent Bnll of tho Ltah Con.
of Bingham hna been designated by Man
ager Johnson as the now superintendent
of the Nowhouso mines.
James A. Pollock, mouaRcr of the Tetro
mines nl Tlntlo, and president of the min
ing exchange, has returned from St. Louis
and reports much Interest In Utah's dig
gings. The sentiment generally In the
Missouri metropolis, said Mr. Pollock, to
that conditions will soon begin to relax.
Tho management of tho Ohio CoppoY
company of Bingham marketed about 100
Ions of copper concentrates of usual
quality during the day.
Tho Mammoth sold a lot of copper oro
during tho day on controls showing $19.50
gold and 3 ounces silver per ton.
Mnnngcr D. C. Jackllng of tho Utah
Copper company left for camp again yes
terday. William Bayly, Jr., manager of tho Cop
per Belt railway of Bingham, over which
1000 tons of ore is now passing dally, has
returned from Los Angeles and with con
ditions along the line Is very much
Manager Rood has returned from Park
City, where ho reports somo oro of flno
quality coming from tho Mazopa work
ings on tho Daly, while the machinery at
tho Ontario will start up again tho pres
Tho contract for the machine shops at
Nowhouso has been awarded Fred G
Richmond, muchanlcul engineer for the
Salt Lake Hardware company.
Joseph DederlcliB. superintendent of con
struction at Ncwhouso. loft for the south
ern camp again last night.
The Uncle Sam of Tintlc Is nt tho sam
pled with three carloads of concentrates.
Col. James A. Murray of Bute, Mont ,
Is at the Knutsford and with others Is on
his way to Nevada, where ho has acquired
After eating:, persons of a bilious habit
will derive great benefit by taking one
of these pills. If you have been
(DRINKING TOO MUCH,
they will promptly relieve the nausea,
and ncrvousnessvvhJch follows, restore
the appetite and remove gloomy feel
ings. Elegantly sugar coated.
Teke No Substitute.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah.
In the matter of H. E. ' Wur.derllch,
Bankrupt, No 725 In Bankruptcy. Pe
tition for discharge.
To the Hon. John A. Marshall, Judge of
tho District Court'of the United States for
the District of Utah-
II. E Wunderlich of Salt Lake City. In
the county of Salt Lake, and State
of Utah, In snld district, respectfully rep
resents that on the Utlt day of Juno
last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt
under tho acts of Congress relating lo
bankruptcy; that he duly surrendered all
his property and rights of property, and
has fully complied with all the require
ments of said acts and of the orders of
the court touching his bankruptcy.
"Wherefore ho prays that ho may bo de
creed by tho court to have a full discharge
from all debts provable against his es
tate under snld bankrupt acts, except such
debts as aro cxcopled by law from such
Dated this 14th day of July. A D. 1901
H. E. WUNDERLICH,
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 12th day of August. A ,D. 190J,
on rending the foregoing petition. 'It Is
Ordered by tho court that a hearing bo
had upon tho same on tho 27th day ot
August. A. D. 1904, before said court at Salt
Lake City, In said district, at 10 o'clock In
tho forenoon; and that notice thereof bo
published In The Salt Lake Tribune, a
newspaper printed In said district, and
that all known creditors and other persons
In Interest may appear at the said tlmo
and place and show cause. If any they
have, why the prayer of the said petition
er should not bo granted.
And It Is further ordered by tho court,
that tho clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at their
places of residence as stated.
Witness tho Honorable John A Marshall,
Judge of the said District court, and the
seal thereof, at Salt Lake City, In said
district on tho 12th day of August, A. D.
Attest: JERROLD R.. LETCHER.
(Seal of Court.) Clerk
By Margaret B. Connell, Deputy Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah. County of Salt Lake. G. D Miles.
Plaintiff; vs. Jullett Miles, Defendant
Summons. Tho State of Utah to tho said Defendant.
You aro hereby sutnoncd to apear with
in twenty days after the servlco of this,
summons upon you. If served within the,
Connly In which this action Is brought
otherwise within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend tho above entitled ac
tion; and In 'caso of your failure so lo
do. Judgment will bo rendered against
you according to tho demand of tho com
plaint of which a copy Is herewith surved
SOREN X. CHRISTENSEN,
n . ,, , Plaintiff's Attorney
P. O. Address 120 and 421 Atlas block
Salt Lake City. Utah. zjjs
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Grace A.
Scott, plaintiff, vs. Fred A. Scott, defend
The State of Utah to tho said defendant:
lour aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after I ho ucrvlco of
this summons upon you, If served within
thd county In which this action Is brought,
otherwise within thlrtv davs after ser
vice, and defend tho above entitled action
and In caso of your failure so lo do, Judg
ment will bo rendered against y6u accord
ing to tho demand of the complaint, of
which a copy Is herewith served upon
5'ou. , JAMES T. SMITH,
x P: ?-,,. "J-08?' 74 1Iorcr block, Salt
Lako City, .Utah. j.jj i
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I Here are some wind up of the' season prices that JiSil
I scatter our Hats all over town P. D. Q. Wex never cam Wft
Hats. Just ' Sf
1 SIZE UP THESE PRICES: m
! Our $2, S3 and 1 1 1 HOW'sftm
p S4 fiats at.... THAT " W"
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I WHETHER VA SALT LAKE OR ELSEWflH
We can furnish the tools you want, we can furnish 'iE
I supplies .you want, when you want them, at very rcasonaP
1 prices. A trial order will proye a profitable experimpnt
j An extensive line of single-trees, double-trees and ivaJBS
2 wood now in stock. IKj?
S WE TREAT aniTcure
D CATARRH Deaf new. Xow and Throat f TSEBK
Ifyit&y'YtL jsSwl Troublos. Eye ana Ear Dlseaaos. Hronclilal - U'&CaB"'
Ign&iCa? nna Lunf Troubled. Asthma. Stomach. Ur- Miv rS3R
KUBFXsjjr TfteM cr and Kidney DUoascs. llladdor Troubles. Jfe3
WP IeY Foualo Conipinlnu, Chronic Diseases of V . "f.
Wlvfe 9- Womon and Children, Heart Dlscmo. Xor- V IK. .
N?jft1 W V0I1S IMoa.M. Chores, slt. Vitus' Daccui. ' iEti
Bterllltr, KiokctB. Splual Trouble. PKIu Dl- t
A ijif s-onses. 8olatloa and Kboumailam. Diseases m"
JV aAi 01 th0 BottoIs. FUct. Fistula and Itecral mJ-
2 Troubles. Goltro (or blp c2clu. Blood Dl- ftyiE,
I jf iVc fc?axe. Tapo Worm, liar Furor Hysteria, , fJHK
ntS w. Epllopjr, lotomula. ote,. and till Noxtouj, ' 'VriJWIKmt
ij, Prlvuto and Chronic Dlsoases. MBWJHli!
wAa? vCf-'PJ Conciliation Froo. rtJCfiKlyBSi
?3i&trV3sE? ,n a" P''lo diseases oJ men, 10 thoiv our .. B'f?
.-Attv-ffx g0od failh End s)( y,e ar0 a)vva W;ng i0 &J- Hi
dr. a.j. snouns. Walt lor our lae until u euro is uHectcd.- dils. nunwl
! Lr'cdWAK. men" v" m
thorough. Not ono of Ab.-olutelr pidtiBfc?
our patients has over " n i treatment Oat Kiefl
bad a rot a p so artcr So called "Voalmcs" in men Is merclr corapiotcij
bolnp discharged as R sjiuptom of chronic Inflammation In (rate our Et'iiiTJT
cured, and wo cure In tho prostato ifland. brought on bj carlr U ,b0 .CDil 'fcfB
less time than tho or- dissipation or by tho Improper treat' sc entlOc trejttaiJMMf
dlnary formo of treat- mont of eomc contract! disease. A tbu
mom require eomploto and radical euro Is, therefore P'oco.
I - a question of restoring tho prostato B1-
i " eland to Its normal slate, and this tto ifld?
ScedriC Blood Poison. accomplisVj promptly and complete! Sprrnia torrhetM;
ruuuw. ,,-ithoat loo use of Internal remedies. Oonorrhora. TB
IiO dariRorous minerals Our treatment Is a local oco entlrelv. m, sirlctnrt rl!iB',r:,
to drlvo tho virus to It Is orlclnal and sclentltlc, and has j "Dst lLinliCCdftB
tho Interior, but harm- been proven absolutely effeotlve by il'rnrclr SnalnBtei
loso. blootl-clcanslnjf thousands of tests. Wo are convinced A calmcii.rt6.lBi5
roraedlos. that reinovoV that by no Othor methods can foil and also amoairtct
I the lost poisonous porraanout restoration of strensta nA ..,t on dtiVu,
J vlwr bo accomplished. ' Jfay wcJ.
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never aeon ua personally. If vou aro atlllctcd ami cannot coll. -irrlto us for adrlco aeiMP"fe
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I Prostatic Troubles yP&K Nervous Debility
permar.fntly cured, no mat- ifW. Cures quick and Tu
tcr how long standing tho vt 20 to GO days, by EJt9mi
: dlscaae, In from C to 20 dayo. ml mous method. fP&
' Str'ft" fift &g m Varicocele
tUn from bu-lncw. JjSM & ,fl dW
: Wasting Weakness I wjswa toma fooh I'MSl
t , . j rv irr nletelv and iorer, htc
t Tlmo of cure. 10 to 60 AawL Tafe painless and ,
dayB. by my orlclnal, very 5&K Lt?it33 An'absoluto can. rA. ,
Blmple remedy (used exclu- fffhWj ld-
Private Diseases ' lWm Bld P n of pWi
drugs poisonous xy-' out aid of mercury BB4
Consultation Is free and Invited, an tl In coruultJnimo vou may t !B
nothing tnnt science enn dcvlao or skill porfect haa been left ucdons I '2t
?oulsp!4y. safe and permanent cure.
WRITE mo In full confidence, explainlne vour troubles as they TSH!.
you, and receive by return mall my honest and cax.dld opinion of yotir cx(Bf
I MEDICAL e.f arsS
S jSMisiy neaal Gravel, Sore Ej;cs, Lu"c1DlH
1 M GSlffl Tap Worm. DyapopsU. "AfurrtJHW
1 Aimitr y Complaint. DeafP?w rMSE
H X SyPwR TV Thoao nflllcted with Epllop)
H JW5a$Wfc By tho aid of the Mlcrosw ciMt
rl 7W rV tect Calcut, Cancerous Mk 'rft?1.1
U fifyjff Jti BUbatanoo mixed ,tflj F-sTlTi?
S IMSMrw few Blood- ThUw ,rt ,thnicS WSA
I ffi 1 S of treatlnff ChronlcDlica- plBjf
i .Lgjjgg IS POWER. MAX. KKOSMPS