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.H h : i'age six THE SAX-T LiUIE TBIBTJISrE. FiuDAYHOEyiyGrsT26s a
I Jj pvllnes and Prospects-Furnaces and MjjjsJ
I ; . I CHLORIDE POINT'S "
RICH SILVER BOOK
I 3 1 - 9 Thousands of Ounces of the White
h ' ' 1 Metal Appearing1 in a Wcil-
B' j' ijg I Defined Pay Strike.
1 h hi With another carload of ore that
I j i ! '.! I ought to market on controls? revealing
' i I'j'i; as much as 200 ounces silver and Mine
I 1 j: (t j I v Rold, Gcorgo St, Clair and his associate
j'! ' ! in the lease. George Clark, came In
J j jfjj'j from the Chloride Point mines on Lion
'4 Hill. Tooele county "Wednesday night.
1 ;'j Jl and, while, taking part in the conven-
j , tlon ns delegate? from that Republican
j' j1, otronghold, will await assayB. Included
1 ( In the consignment, said JMr. St. Clair.
,; 'rf are orcy containing no less than 7000
; ,' ' ounces of silver, this the testimony of
' I i' 'j assays mnde at camp, nor Is this the
; 'l' S bwt ore of which t lie lodge Is showing
' ,r f itself capable.- On the contrary,
samples" of ore brought In by the lessees
1 i-' $ afford typical examples of stephanlte.
, jf from which variety so much silver was
derived in the early days of those dlg-
' j gings. Along tho channel from which
Jj J IS tho ore Is now coming the management
I- has driven for over 300 feet, and that
';.;! the ore is headed for great depth the
' 4 lessees have- no doubt whatever. At the
1 )j: St Northern Light-a few men are at work.
Jf.'5s said Mr. St. Clair, and while the region
t - ill is very quiet at tills time owners of
territory are holding on believing that
j; j C the camp will yet be made most produc-
i j j? tive. In the lot from the Chloride Point
!, J) J are twenty-eight tons, and with the In
I "r f terval between ."hlpments getting hour-
',: 5 ly shorter the shareholder is beginning
I j to prick up bl9 ears and wondering
;,j : l( ! If he was not a little premature In dls-
, j ! crediting tlie territory which never
( ; j j failed to respond to tho Intelligent c-n-
l ', I deavors of Messrs. St. Clair and Clark.
J j. OUTPUT OF NOME.
! jk ' '
, i j Crop of Gold Suffers Through the
, , j ' t Season's Shortage of "Water.
'''' j A. E. Campbell, who has for three
'!,! Vi years been drawing upon the wealth of
I gulches that radiate out of Nome,
(' 'J Alaska, will continue his journey to
I- i , "West Virginia In. tho next few hours.
! after visiting in company with Edmund
jli'jil H. Mead some of the bonanzas of Bing-
i ) Iji ham. A lack of water, said the traveler,
' ! , f who has convinced himself that three
, f;l ; f. years at Nome entitles a man to one
. .. year without, hns reduced the croft of
I i, Jl gold from the diggings about that
I 'i , I camp, from which about 54,000,000 came
r i I III 1003, but this infirmity will not pre-
i, J ; it vent or Interfere with the winter cam-
J palgn, and It la not unlikely that the
,.' ) til record of the previous year will, after
,! j '. h all, be repeated. About thirty-rive
,' jfj fi miles north of Nome and at Solomon,
.' )j! m Charley Lane of San Franclsxo is de-
. V'i till veloping a quartz ledge with quite en-
, ij 'ij) , couraglng results, but in lode mining.
( '; . j i us a rule, very little has yet been under-
: JjJHj taken. Mr. Campbell says of the field
1 Vv'ifi as a whole that there Is none which
'j' (ij J'l presents greater poeIbIlities, and with
' t ,', i l Improved facilities much new territory
,'1 jj will no doubt be brought Into produc-
I' i STAB CON. CONTRACT.
i " j. & Story That an Agi'cement Has Been
. ." ' Reached With Smelter.
, "V'hlle It is lacking in ofllcial confir-
''jij! mation, local Interests In the Star Con.
' 'jj '' of Tlntlc xwere exulting yesterday over
' )i J assurances that from the smelter the
, " if management has procured concessions
, , ! which enable." It to free a margin in the
!,'; A i gold-hearing' Rlllcates that have ac-
I u, ! cumulated, while the search for hlgh-
, , grade ores waa being prosecuted, and
I . I t-j il tiiat In September It Avill begin forward-
' ji't ii: ing them on a mot?t energetic scale,
f t, I ' "While the metallic contents of the rock
,:, I ' J are not such as to promise large profits,
, Im'.'Ik It is wild that with active production it
o 'j, . can be made to afford means with
r V'J Ij which to continue development, s Ar-
, ' M rivals from camp say a new ore body
i : A: in the Star is now about due. and the
I ij . work is being rlosoly followed by in-
, j'i; P terestsvat camp as well as thoeo wlth-
II 'j ':V i CAIflFORNIA'S ORES
' .iHjiiiii New Disclosure Sampled by Explora-
' jMj;'; tion Company's Representative.
I , ) Recent developments in what is
ji'Jijjj scheduled as Keetly ground-in the Call-
. 'i , fornla company's territory at Park City
' li'li iro ali that has been claimed for them,
j ' ,, j J ; : said S. M. Levy of the Western Explor-
! i ! j ' "atlon company, who returned after
' , I sampllhg them, on Wednesday night.
1 ' ,'l A' Indeed, the disclosure made originally
I ' K In an upraise, 13 one of the most im-
yi j f portajit that has been made at the prop-
. 1 p erly. Between, walls the ledge chows a
I ;: , L8 width of about twenty feet, the filling
; V I f a ferro-sulphlde carrying galcnu, with
V ..g, fiome of the rock running very high in
i ' ! jSi lead. The whole, said Mr. Levy, who
, S! was accompanied on his visit to the
lplne by Judge W. .1. Snyder, should
jl'fi constitute a finp milling ore, although
I it Is not the intention of the company
' kf j ';;! to put the plant In commission again
' "Miii I'.ntil such time as the resources will
, i j'i. ft c-nabje it to run continuously. '
Ii GOLDEN EAGIJ3 TESTS. j
I ' ,. Results at Local Plant Characterized
j ''l ' ' fj as Very Satisfactory.
I 1 li j jy J It was said last night that the appJl-
j ij jiiijfi I cation of the Hohlermau litter tank
i ' ! 'ii'!'' prorieas to a trial lot of gold-bearing
' j: j J'jjj ore sent in from the Golden Eagle, rom-
I j r J pany'6 properties at Wlnnemucca, New,
I I ' I ?jn , haM been with very satisfactory results,
! '1,3 w and that It practically clinches the deal
I , r M D which Is being exploited by Dr. A. C.
, 'lh j f MacLean. who has been long an olllclal
1 n J S of the company. Co-operating with
! j i i Ml B him are two very prominent mining
i ' ' II ll'B ,Tlcn wlp liave been waiting on ihe re-
M liw sult of the nilH test' and w,ln lhls ,n
' J ' I a n hand something definite concerning Its
I ufl II fate should bo made known in a few
I'll ' it" rial days. The territory controlled "by the
fc'ii fls company has been productive of wome
l ! i khK very high-grade ore that Was reduced
h W at lne VJlluey furnaces, and In etract-
' Th'i r'f ' H" ins 111,5 u JarS6 amount of milling rock
111! ' vJf V Ii HJS was opened up.
iHi Ii ''yi The Telluri'de,
It WW For A1 rooms, 22 E. Third South, '
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
CHICAGO-Anilltorlum, Great North
ern. I'almcr House.
DENVER Drown Palace.
KANSAS CTTY-Mlrtland. Coatcs
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus. B. F.
Gardner. SOS Rprlnpr Street.
MINNEAPOLIS V"pl Hotel.
NEW YOliK Waldorf-Astoria, Imporl
al. AstOr House.
OMAHA Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOl'IS-Pinntcrs', Southern.
SEATTLE H6tel Northern.
WASH INGTON-Wlllard. P.alelph.
' THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Daly West Again Pricks Up Its Ears
and Moves Ahead.
For $4739.75, with which tho investor
shambled Into the pit yesterday, he was
permitted to depart with 1C.030 shares
of stock, nor did he embrace every of
fering poked at him. Daly West was
again the more active of the traders,
and while orders for 250 shares were be
ing executed moved up to ?13.60. with
Columbus Con advancing to $1 12, and
Star Con. to UVj cents, and reports
that the company and the smelter wore
about to agree on a contract which will
enable it to market not a small tonnage
of its gold-bearing rock. Dnly-Judgc
was bid up to $1.50 and Ontario, with
its new hoist In commission, up lo $3.75,
while New York had a following up to
n cents, with Tctro changing hands at
"0 cents, and Golden Eagle at 21,. the
day closing on the following market:
A. M. ii P. M.
I Hid Asked.l Bid. Askcil.
AJax 1$ .01 5 .07A$ .01 15 .07"
Boston Con.. COO COO G.S7&
Beck Tunnel W, .03 -0b
Butler-Lib .. .101. .10 .10 .lOVi
Carisa OS ;.. -07
Century 2C .55 .2o .3o
Creole w '2
Con Mercur . - .20', .32 33
Daly 2.35 2.15 2.25 2.0
Daly-Judgo . 4.50 L72 1.50 o.OO
Daly West.. 13.10 13.75 13.25 13.
Eagle & B B .'57 :75 .50 .SO
Grand Con ,. 3. CO 3.25 1.2o
Goldtleld Bo .01 .07 .0-1 -, .10
Horn Silver. 1.10 1.10
Jim Butler . .CO .0 .55 .01
Joe Bowers. .00 .01 .C06 .01
Little Bell .. .05 .00 .05 .CO
Little Chief . .01 .02 .01 .014
L Mammoth. .11 .22
M Tonopah.. 2.15 2.37 2.20 2.40
Mammoth ... 1.42 1.C5 1.10 ........
May Day ... .01 .01 .01 .02
Mar Wash .. .00Vi .01 -
MeNnmar.a . .30 13
New York .. .01 .05& .04
Ontario .. .- 3.75 8,-0
Potro OS .05 .07
Rocco-II 50 1 50
Sunshine .00 .01 .00 .02
Swansea .... ,.27....
S Swansea .. .03U .10 -03V, .00
Sacramento '11 .10 11
Silver King. 40.00 " 50.00 41.00 50.00
Star Con II .15 .13 .15 .
Silver Shield .01 .01& .04
Tonopah .... S.00 S.50 8.00 S.50
Tonopah Bel .CO .75 . 58. .SO
Tetro 20 .31 .29 .31
Tonopah Ex. 1.00 1.35
Tonopah M.- .33 .55
U S 21.60 21.50
Uncle Sam . .20 .2VJ1, .20 .21
Utah 35 .45 .40
Victoria 40 1.00 .50 1.00
Victor ,00 j i
Yankee Con . .33 35 .31-
Daly West. 10 at $13.42; 10 at $13.50; 20
May Day. 1000 at lc.
Shares sold, 1040.
Selling value, J55G 50.
Columbus Con.. 50 at $1.10; 100 at $1.12.
Daly West, 30 at $13.52.
Moy Dav. 200 at lc; 3W0 at lc, seller
CO day's; 1000 at lic
Shares sold, 51 SO.
Selling value, $C55.50.
Columbus Con.. 1C0 at $1.10.
'Da Iv Weal, 2w) at $13.50; 10 at $13.00.
Golden Eagle. 1C00 aL 2c. ' "
May Dav, 1000 at 2000 at lftc, seller
slxtv days: 1000 at lTfcc.
New York. 1500 at 5c. 1000 at 536c.
Star Con., 200 at 14c.
Sacramento, 2000 at 10c; 5(0 at 10c.
Tetro, 2to at 30e.
Shares sold. 10.710
Selling value, $3527.75.
Tonopah' Stock Sales. '
Tuesday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded as thoy follow:
Columbia. 500 at 20c. MacNamara. 4700 at
4lft l0c. 1000 at 43. buyer ninety days; Mon-tana-Tonopah.
200 at $2.30: 100 at $2.37.
buyer ninety days; Now lork. 3GC0 at 4fi
5c: Red Top. 3S00 at lGtfilSc; Rescue. 1500
at 10c: Goldfleld Tonopah. 600 at 12c. lniy-i-r
nlnotv days; Midway, 1000 at 42c, seller ,
thirty days. ,
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25.-Thc orficlal
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alta $ 12 Hale & Nor.,..$ .G2
Alpha Con .15 Julia 00
Andes 20 Justice .11
Belcher 24 Mexican S8
Best & Belcher. ' .95 Occldontal C ... .75
Bullion 31 Ophlr 2 45
Caledonia Gl Overman 23
Challenge C ... .24 Potosl 17
Chollar .. ..-- -15 SavaKC 22
Confidence .. .. fo Seg Eclcbcr OS
CCS: Va 1.15 Sierra Nov 23
Con Imperial .. .0 Silver-HID . G3
Crown Point .. .18 Union Con ..... ..ts
Exchequer 70 Utah Con 09
Gould & Curry. .24 Yellow Jacket .20.
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....$ .2S Little Chief .05
Alice 20 Ontario .1.50
Brcece , . .10 Ophlr- 2.30
Brunswick C . .15 Phoenix .. AC,
Comstock T ... j,10 Potosl . . 14
C C & VH 1.05 Savago 0
Horn Silver 1.50 Sierra Nev ;i5
Iron Silver .... 1.70 Small Hopes ... "0
Leaaville C 02 SUmdurd i'sJ
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ,..$ .W Mohawk . ..$42.75
Alloues .. l-i.irt Mont C & C. 4.50
Anitil 5'l.VTj Old Dom .... 32.00
Amor Zinc .. 12.00 Onceola .. .. i', 00
Atlantic .... 11.50 Parrot i.oo
Bingham . . 25.75 Qulncy S5 W '
C Si II-.-olOCOO Shannon . ., 3.02
Centennial .. 25. im Tamarack .. 100.00
Copper R. .. 51.75 Trinity .. V4. 7 71:.
Daly AVest .. 13.00 IT S Mlnlnir.- 21 25 "
Dom Coal ..-.fil.as U S-OH...... 10.00
Franklin . S.00 l"tah 40 25
Grancy A"-"' Victoria .. .. u.no
Islt Royal. SU.75 Winona .. d.m
Mass Mining 1.25 Wllverlne ... S2.00
irtchlgaii . . 4.5"j
sS ySP' American
gW-Cr' ?2-co to $4.ocj
?1.00 to 3.00 S"'--
Flrst-class bank and commercial work.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
New Sun Typewriter, S40.
Carbons, rjbbons for all machines. -Pembroke
UTAH GOLO MINE
Former Salt Laker Promoting- Trans
action With a Wealthy Crowd
With a cluster of Eastern investors
some of them celebrities following him.
Hon. David- C. Dunbar, former Demo
cratic committeeman for Utah, came
in from Chicago yesterday, and before
his departure' promises to Interest an
other strong crowd in Utah's matchiesr
opportunities. The name of the prop
erty he has commended to his- clients
nor its location, would Mr. Dunbar di
vulge yesterday, although It is charac
terized as a gold-bearing proposition,
tho merits of which have been well
demonstrated, with Its bullion record
being daily added to. Notwithstanding;
the collapse In the "market value" of
Daly West after dividends exceeding
$25 per share have been parsed around,
said Mr. Dunbar, the attitude of the
East toward its diggings is mill a most
favorable one, nor Is it dlincult even In
these dull days to ihterest capital in the
meritorious. Meanwhile his clients- are
manifesting an Interest in industrial
undertakings for which the Slate
holds out bo much raw material in
so great a- variety, and before their de
parture he promlMs a story that will
gratify the Slate generally.
There is also much Interest in the
opening up of the Uintah reservation
nnd its hydrocarbons, of which not a
little use is now being made at Chicago,
while that the Moffat line is to bring
that region into communication with
the world without is another condition
In Its favor. Mr. Dunbar will tarry In
this locality ten days or more, with
many old friends, political and other,
to make his sojourn an agreeable one.
FOB, TEN TEAKS.
Persevering Efforts of a Prospector
Out of De La Mar.
For ten years H. Crowell has been
prospecting the Golden Gate group of
claims in Cedar Wash, about a mile
and a half from Do La Mnr. says, the
Lode of that Neada camp. During
that period he has opened up 1300 feet
of ground and expended nearly $15,000.
Many things have occurred to discour
age him, but he has persisted and has
now reached a point where success
seeins assured For some time ho has
been drifting to cut a big ledge that
crops to the surface and is apparently
a continuation of the Do La Mar ledge.
Underground the same character and
arrangement of strata Is found that has
'been found in the Do La Mar The
ground is highly mineralized through
out and values ranging as high ns $7 are
not uncommon. Should he be success
ful it will mean a great deal for the
THE FIFTH FUENACE.
Last of the Material for Bingham Con.
to Be Forwarded.
From the Denver Engineering works,
Manager MacVlchie of the Bingham
Con. yesterday received assurance that
the water-jackets for the fifth furnace
in that plant will positively be for
warded next week and with these upon
tho ground the new blast will be hur
ried to completion. At all events, said
he, the fifth furnace will be in harness
within the next thirty days and with
this the production of the plnnt will
have been Increased no less than 20 per
cent without reference to the earnings,
which should be correspondingly In
creased. With the behavior of the com
pany's Interests throughout, Indeed, the
management has every reason to be
pleased, and while It has not permitted
Itself to discuss dividends, the more ob
servant can see no reason why they
fiiould not make their appearance early
THE FLAG'S ANNUAL.
Shareholders to Gather at the Big
Camp Again Next Month.
The shareholders of the American Flag
Mining company are scheduled to meet In
annual session at tho company's offices
in Park City on September C. when of
ficers for the ensuing year will be desig
nated. The report which Is now being
compiled by the management foretells a
moBt Interesting exhibit for the year now
closing, while the recent consignment of
ore from its mine at tho great camp af
fords the best evidence of tha class of
wealth that Has rewarded 'its researches.
Good Market In Boston.
Special to Tbe Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass.. Aug. Co. There was a
good market In BoHton today. Coppei"
shares wore very strong, and In some Is
sues trading waH qulto heavy Tho Utah
properties came In for their turn. Utah
soiling above $40 and Bingham over
The undertone throughout tho whole list
appears lo be Improving. Many commis
sion orders arc to bo round under going
prices, while colling orders are fast di
minishing. This may be seen in tho sale
of Calumet & Hecla gelling from $5C0 to
$520 on only three shares. The buying
throiinhout continues of the best. Tho
market closed strohg at about tho high
est. Hornblower St Weeks, brokers, 53
State street. Boston, nnd 10 Wall street.
Now York, furnish the following quota
Sales. High. Low. Clowe.
Amalgamated ..2,507 $57.25' ' $51.G2 $50.75
Bingham 1.710 2G.25 25,37 25.75
Daly West 13.25 v... ' ,
'Mercur ,.3 '
Mexico Con. 11.50
Utah .... .....8.0G2 40.50 33.25 10.25
United States .. 600 21.75 21.50
Curb Boston. $G.25G.f0.
To Eureka, Sunday, August 28.
Special train via D. & R. G. R. Jt.
leaves Salt Lake 8:30 a. m. Returning. v
leaves Eureka 8:45 p. m. Nine hours In
the great bpnanza camp. Splendid op
portunity to see the big producers
Our Two Stores Consolidated
At 57 Main street, where we will con
tinue to do a high-grade painting and
decorating business at same popular
prices as heretofore. Yours for wall
paper and paints,
GEO. H. EBERT & CO,
EXAMINED ALL THE PROSPECTS.
Eastern Capitalists Looking for Cop
per and God Properties.
Special to The Tribune.
BASIN, La Sal Mountains, Aug. 25.
William T. Atkinson, a prominent mining
man of St. Elmo, Colo , has boon hero
for the past week giving the district a
thorough going over In the interest of
Leadvlllq nnd Philadelphia capitalists,
who make It a specialty of wanting two
copper and ono gold property. While
hero ho was shown every prospect in
this locality, and has gono away highly
pleased with the country. In general.
Mr. Atkinson took several bonds and
leases on properties hero, saying that
he would return early next spring to start
development work on a large scale,
The Salt Lake delegation coming here
to lake hold of the Upper Basin prop
erty, gowned by William R. Wheat. K ex
pected to arrive here tomorrow, when
arrangements will be mado for showing
them over tho country after they hnvo
complete:! thnlr Investigation of tho
Wheat property. Thoy will remain horc
several days and havo a group of, ion
claims for their Inspectlqii and consid
A. C. Fay. ono of the oldest nnd best
known conductors on tho Rio Grnndo
Western railway, arrived In camp lnt
week, having given up his position on
tho road to engage In mining here. His
wife. Mrs. Georgia Fay. is owner of con
siderable properly here, which has re
cently shown remarkable Improvement.
The Basin Belle, located on Gold hill, be
tween tho Tornado and Iowa properties,
is her favorite, nnd It is upon this Mr.
Fay is prosecuting development work.
It Is now positively known that- tho
Paradox-La Sal copper mines, on tho
east slope of the La Sal range, have been
sold to Philadelphia capitalists for $255,
("00. and hat extensive mining operations
are to bo started on this proiwriy at
once. Tho tirst payment of $55,000 has
been mado and tho remainder Is to bo
paid by quarterly payments covering a
year. It Is sald that tho principal men
of tiio new company are largely Inter
ested In Bingham canyon, this State.
The sale was made by James N McBridc.
one of tho original owners, and lias been
ponding for eighteen months, on account
There Is conslderablo Interest shown in
tho placer mining country along tho
Grand river from Dowoy to Monb. The
Big Six compliny Is gradually getting in
shape for extensive operations, and sev
eral other coilipanlcs are preparing for
winter work. The Bcel Water Motor
company of Minneapolis promises to have
a big pumping plant in operation at t)a
now town of Radium, for mining as well
.13 a water supply for domestic purposes,
CROSS CUTTING LEDGE.
Cnliente Gold Mining Company Has
Tunnelled 210 Feet.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE. Nev.. Aug. 25 Tho Ca
llento Gold Mining company, is cross cut
ting its free-gold ledge In a tunnel which
has been run 210 feet. Whon tho lodge
Is cross cut thoy will drift northerly on
the ledgo about 150 foot, where croppings
show widening of ledgo and rich ore.
Georgo Munroe and Alf Wlldon, owners
of tho Black Sheep group of gold-copper
claims, which lie about sixteen miles
north of the San Pedro right-of-way, be
tween Moapa' and tho Los Vegas ranch,
and which are south extensions of tho old
Potosl mines, camo through camp today
en route to Salt Luke, with several sacks
of gold-copper ore for sampling. They
claim fourteen feet of 1G per cent cop
per in pyrites and azurlto. with black
oxide just coming In, and carrying in an
Iron oxide about $7 in gold They have
located and completed work on six
claims, besides doing about 100 feet of
.work on the Knoxvllle. the northerly
claim adjoining tho Potosl mines.
Clark Bros, of Callento and Moapa aro
receiving satisfactory reports from their
gold claims near tho Virgin river and arc
having tho development work pressed oil
a ledge of rich ore carrying hematite and
coarse free gold.
Murdock & Fisher aro running a tunnel
to tap their gold-sllvor ledgo twelve
miles south of tho San Pedro, between
here and Moapa, and expect to cross cut
It when In 110 feet. The leiigo at surfaco
Is two feet wide, carrying $13 in both
values, and at tho bottom of a twenty
foot shaft widens to two feet eight
Inches, carrying $51 10 in gold and sliver.
Tho have four claims located and re
corded and a good wagon road to the
railroad, which they will hit at Ardcn,
sixty miles south of Callento.
Frank F. Mlllbank and Joe Turner
passed through camp yesterday from
Salt Lako. with provisions and tools and
mining supplies, to continue tho develop
ment of their Llttlo Joe claim of the
Black Hawk group on the upper Virgin
river. They have taken out about twenty
tons of $31 40 ore. and as thcro is no
mill In this part of tho country, will ship
thc oro up tho line for treatment.
Connolly & Ryan, ovnors of tho Trilby
group of four mines located south of
Moajia twelve miles, passed through
camp today with a sack of samples of
zinc taken from their mines, for' as-saylnc-
While sinking a well on thoir mill slto
Webber and Joe Foullar, who own mines
near Los Vocas, ran Into a blind load
of gold-allvor ore going woll In both mct
al8, and continued sinking to n depth
of forty foet. where their lodge is four
feet wldo and ono wall haB shown up
with a scam of talc betweon it and tho
lodge They found no water, but believe
their mino will repay their efforts.
Dickcrman & Blake, who Located tho
Bald Eagle mines near Goode Springs
last fali. returned from Colorado last eve
ning and will now resume development
of their claims. Thoy had already sunk
fifty feet on a six-foot ledgo of grey cop
per oro going 112 ounces' In sliver and
IS per cent copper, and left it to go to
Cripple Creek during tho strike to at
tend lo tho settlement of business there
Goorgo O. Bullard, a Canadian mining
expert, passed through camp today, in
company with Jim Lowo and "Doc"
Grey, owners of the American Eagle
Vroup of twelve gold-copper claims north
of 'Moapa. which properties ho will ex
amine in tho Interest of Canadian capi
talists renident at Toronto and ROasland,
B. C. " .
Ores and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market during
the day settlements were reported by
McConnlck & Co. as they follow: Gold
bullipri, $5600; gold, silver, lend and cop
per ores, $4S00. y
In the metal market silver ruled at
57U cents an ounce, lead at $3 506J4.10
per hundred pounds, and casting copper
at 11 cents a pound.
j K0LITZ EXCURSION
To Ogden, Sunday, August 28.
Special train leaves Salt Lake ln
D. Si R. G. R. R. at 10:00 a. m. Return
ing, leaves Ogden at 10:00 p. rp. Re
freshments served free on the train.
First-class service up the canyon. Trout
and chickpn dinners at the Hermitage.
Everybody Invited to Join In- a grand
Plans for the New Equipment Ap
proved ;nnd in Hands of the
The plans for the second furnace with
which the Yampa smeltor In Bingham
Is to be equipped, have been approved
liy tho management, and arc now In
the hands of the manufacturer, under
contract which provides that the ma
terial shall be delivered at the earliest
hour possible. With this equipmenL in
place, the management will find It pos
sible to reduce at least 400 tons of ore
daily, or double the present volume,
while there is no doubt that ultimately
that capacity will be materially in
creased. Meanwhile the management
continues to forward a steady volumo
of copper, gold and silver-bearing
matte to the vtilley smelters, by which
It Is eagerly sought, and that profits
are being plied up is quite positive.
Down underground, said Superin
tendent Craig, who was In town during
the day to participate in the nomina
tion of the winning ticket, the work
icontlnues In ore, with a stock of wealth
that compares with any corresponding
piece of development In tho great
camp of copper. He Is now ready to
respond with any volumo of ore for
which the management of the plant
shall call nnd is as eager for thji en
larged smelter as are those on top.
WALSH ON GOLDFIELD.
May Return to Take Hand in Its Fu
Thomas Walsh of Colorado, who has
been making an inventory of develop
ments at Tonopah andGoldfleld. was
interviewed on Tuesday by a repre
sentative of the Gazette of Reno. Nev.
To the Gazette the distinguished miner
expressed the opinion that the Tonopah
and Goldfleld camps are not only per
manent fields, hut are destined to Im
prove and increase in value as more
scientific development goes on. "I am
absolutely astounded at what I have
seen. Naturally. I came here with
some prejudice ns my mining has been
largely In the Colorado field and there
mining Is of an entirely different char
acter, requiring expensive equipment
and heavy outlay. Here I find that the
poor man has nearly equal advantages
with the capitalist. From the grass
roots dow n nearly all of the mines pay
handsomely, whlio the general forma
tion and softness of rock requires only
conscientious labor as against expen
sive machinery with us. I consider
both Tonopah and particularly Gold
fleld a 'good gamble,' and believe that
the era of their prosperity has only be
gun. As to whether I shall Invest per
sonally In these camps I do not care to
place myself on record, as my invest
ments are all of a very conservative
nature. However, you may say that I
like the camp, and If certain conditions
work themselves out It's possible I may
take a chance with the rest. In all
probability I may return here again
shortly and make a. more extended ex
With the result of their observations
at the Utah Copper company's mines and
mill at Bingham President MacNclll and
Treasurer Penrose camo in from camp,
accompanlc'd by Manager D. C. Jackllng,
during the atternoon very much pleased.
The management of the Bingham and
New Haven Mining company yesterday
marketed two more carloads of oro run
ning qulto satisfactorily In silver, lead
and gold, and Is following them up with
The management of the Carisa has an
other consignment of high-grade copper
ere at tho sampler that will be settled for
The management of Tlntlc yestcrdny
sold ninety-one tons of ore on controls
showing S16.C0 gold and 3 ounces silver
per ton and tons on controls that testi
fied to $20.00 gold with 3.5 ounces silver.
The party of shareholders of the Copper
Boy of Pine canyon which recently left
Boston is scheduled to arrive today.
Max Raddatz of tho Ilonorino was
among yesterday's visitors from that
W. W. Armstrong has returned after a
visit to the St. Louis fair, whither he was
accompanied by hlsson. Their visit was
a pleasant and an Instructive one.
Superintendent Rodgcrs of tho Bing
ham Con 's Bingham system of mines
leaves for camp again this morning.
W. J. Lawrence of the Scottish Chief
company has returned to Its properties
out of Park City.
Jed Clive, manager of tho Oasis com
pany's properties In tho southern country,
has gono to camp again.
W. H. Wilson of tho Frederick Wardc
group of mines at Good Springs, Nov.,
who was in town during the dny, says ho
is prepared to begin tho active forward
ing of high-grade ores as soon as the
. San Pedro reaches his camp.
E. Severance, engineer for tho Latham
mines in' Elko county. Nev., says that
blocked out In them is 4000 tons of ore.
OGDEN AND RETURN $1,
Sunday, August 28, Via. D. & R. G.
Grand Kolltz excursion to Ogden can
yon. Special train leaves Salt Lake
10.00 a. m. Returning, leaves Ogden
10 00 p m. Refreshments free on the
train. Bicycles checked free. Every
PROBATE AND' GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respectivo
slgnera for jurtUcr mrormatlon.
IN THE IJTSTRICT COURT. PRO
bato Division. In and for Salt Lako Coun
tv. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Dougal Adamson, deceased.
Notice. , ,
The petition of Peter Adamson, admin
istrator of the estate of Dougnl Adam
son. deceased, praying for the settlement
of final account of cald administrator and
for tho distribution of the residue of said
estate to. tho persons entitled, has been
set for hearing on Friday tho 2nd day of
September. A D- 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse In the court
room of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county. Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 20th day of
August. A, D. 1MI. , ,.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
S. W. Darke, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. rn tho matter of the
estate of Benjamin M. Harman, deceased.
The petition of Ann P. Harman, admin
istratrix of tho estate of Benjamin M.
Harman, deceased, praying for an order
to sell the following described personal
property of said decedent, to wit: 2 hares
of the common stock of tho Utah Imple
ment company, together with some house
hold goods and farming Implements, has
been act for hearing on Friday, the 2na
day of September. A. D 1201. at 10 o'clock
n. m., at the county courthouse. In the
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
lift crr.nl fhnrnnf oflT-nl fVlla 10fh rfflV nf
August. A. D. 1004.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
D. II. Wenger, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bute division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Johanna Olsen Hogcnscn, de
The petition of F. S. Fernslrom, admin
istrator of the estate of Johanna Olsen
Hogcnscn, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
fore the said court to sho cause why an
order should not be granted to Hell so
much as shall bo necessary of the follow
ing described real estate of said deceased,
to wit. all of lots 0, 10. 11, 12. In block 26.
Sandy Station plat. Sandy City. Salt Lako
county. Utah, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 2nd day of September, A D.
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county
courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
August. A. D. 1901. - JOHN JAMES,
By David B Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. NIclson. Atlornoy for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Johanna Olsen Ilogonsen, de
ceased. Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at the law
ofllce of C. M. Nelson, Constitution build
ing Salt Lako City. Utah, on or before
the 20th day of December. A. D. 1S01.
F. S. FERNSTROM.
Administrator of Johanna Olsen Hogen-1
C M. NELSON, Attorney for Adminis
trator. Dato of first publication, August 19,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Patrick Phelan, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Laurence Scanlan,
Stephen Hays and William C. Hall, the
executors of the estate of Patrick Phe
lan, deceased, for confirmation of tho salo
of all of the real and personal estate
of said decedent, as fully sot forth and
described In exhibit "A" of said petition,
on lllo In this court; also petition of said
executors for settlement of their final ac
count, and for tho distribution of tho
residue of said estate In their hands,
has been set for hearing on Friday, the
16th day of September. A. D. 1904, at 10
o'clock a. m , at the county courthouse,
in the courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lake City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 21th day of
August, A- D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By J. C Eldredgo, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho mattor of the
estate of Susanna T. L. Schultz, deceased.
The petition of Syvort Schultz, adminis
trator of tho estate of Susanna T. L.
Schultz, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
fore tho said court to show cause why an
order should not be granted to sell so much
as shall be necessary of the following de
scribed real estate of said decedent, to
wit . nil of lot 11." in block 1. of the Wood
mnndsoc subdivision of block ono, plat
"B," Salt Lake City survey. Salt Lake
countv, Utah, has been set for hearing on
Friday, the 2nd day of September, A. D.
1904, at 10 o'clock, a. m . at the county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said
court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
August, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
C. M. NIclson, Attornoy for Petitioner.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that tho annual
meeting of tho stockholders ot tho New
York Bonanza Mining company, for tho
election of directors and for tho trans
action of such other business aa may law
fully como before It, will be held at tho
ofllce of the company, room 303 D. F.
Walker building. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Soptcmbor 13, 1904. at 12 o'clock noon.
H BARNETT. Secretary
Salt Lako City. Utah, August 20, 1901.
FOR SPOaTSOFALL SORTS, j
j! Our stock of Sporting Goods is as complete as a stock ,
1 fan be, i J
.Consult CounfT -.
ty. State or 'ijuht for
letters ot ad&w
George N. Antoni a tlon a
for hearing "n k,?fS8J.j2jH
at the county rnu'M al tt'SB
room of aW W hflS?- h
Lake county. Utah WqB
Witness the clerV n, m
the seal thereof affirM ,llJ UiS
By J. U. Eldredc?1
IV, Stato of Utah-iJFi."3B
ss?&.ot john iass
erty ot said dSn? CI?tfl
the capital stock oft.M
company, has been Bet M
day, the 2nd dav 3 or fcr
1904. at 10 o'clock JIH
courthouac. In the JE'n
August, A. D. ISO! '
By David B. DavSl
Wm. Sr. Bradley! I AlSS-jl
, IN THE DISTIUCT7
The petition of Ellas w.
trator of the estate or nfe
deceased, prynB for aa 5
real property csaia aVcSSj '
al persons Interested
said court to show cauwrt
shall lxi necessary of th??
scribed real estate m r
ceased, to wit
threc-fourtha of one w r7
southeast corner of the bJH4
tor of section sixteen. toffiS
of range one east, Wt&:
fifths rods; thenco south
thence caet fifteen and 2
to place of beginning,
acres, has been set lor fcVvif
day, tho ICth day of sciSS
1904. at 10 o'clock a.
courthouse, n the courtraL
"Witness the clerk of sildarr
seal thereof affixed, tt,ls aft
gust, A. D. 1904. johv
By David B. Davlcs, Dtp
Nols Jensen, Attorney fo: Qi
NOTICE OF SALE OP Bli
ERTY AT PRIVATE 11
In tho Matter of the Ei'jtn
dlanshlp or Mark A. IkOn
Jnson McChrystal. Minora "
The underslEncd, as nari
minors, will sell at private 6
right, title and Intertst ilx.
each of said minors In the rt
hereinafter described, the bias
of said mlncfs In said ralm
pcarlng of record and betj&
An undivided 619-10,0 ol t
Group of Mines, consLitIr.;c!l
Ing Mining Clnlms and MillSa
In tho Tlntlc Mining DLtricU
ty, Stato of Utah (csccptulJi
and located, patentdt kun
scribed as The Eagle Lod Jb;
U. S. Lot 123, The Blue &!lb
Claim. U S, Lot 12U TT.4
slon Eaglo Lode Mining CUfc;
213; Tho North Extension Ea
Mlnlnp Claim. U. S, Lot Si; n
Lodo Mining Claim, U. S. LrtI
Houfchton Lodo Mining Ciih,
197: Tho South Extensloa E;
Mining Claim. U S. Lot SJ;!
Extension Blue Bell LcJ? 1H
U. S. Lot 215 The South Eita
Lodo Mining Claim, U. S. L
Watson liodo Mining Cii
Lot 3",12; The Wata I;
incr CIrAi. U S. LotJ3;P.
Mill Slfe- U S. Lot 154. B fct
situated In Juab county, talis
atcd i L'tah county, Utah):
Mill e. U. S Let SO (diai
Said snio shall hi on orifia
onb day- of September, A. D.
written bids will be rcwkrlu
of Rogers & Street. Alta
317 D. F Walker bclMlsj. I
City. Utah. Terms of oh td
one-fifth cash, and renuIcJfr.
ments of at least one-3tiitf
malndor payable Jfovorcbjrl
equal amount on March L w
remainder of the total ptrtia
August 15, 1505. said dtffrrrfa
to bc secured by not &
bearing at least 5 per st
SARAH A. tfCffij
Rogers & Street, Atiorcui
Dated August 20. ISM"
IN THE DISTRICT COUM
tftoatc division, in and for
tv. State of Utah.-ln thec
ostato of Mary Ann PateM..p
Notice. , .tt-aB
Tho petition of Edward ,CX
mlnlstrator of the estate t.
Palmer, decc-nscd, for n"r?
snio of the following ' dLM
personal properly of VkBt
wit., an undivided oof-lblriW
the following described VfrX
block 121. Plat A, SMjMi
vey. to wit., commends? njMu
West comer of said r
thenco cafit 153 feet:
feet, thonco cast ".f.'itM
feet, thenco west Km
South 165 feet to 1g$M
also some personal Pf5M
ulariy described In tf F ,M
lllo In the clerk 8 office.
$1235. and upon
wit. cash upon "rt.fMMi
from tho return of M
has been set for hcarttc tft
1GU, day of Scptemr&ym
o'clock o m.. at uw u&m
In the courtroom ol : w A
Lako City. Salt rf?. c$j eK
Witness the ? h tht5 5"
seal thereof affixed, "oH!a
By David B. "jncftif i
James H. ziO)iet
IN THE DISHIK&S
bate division In hand, hf
tv. State of Ltah- : inVe!djW
State of Marsaret
ccased.-Notlce. , bcB
The petition r,n,.Tf jIinBi
lstrato?of the estate f gJ
barker. tlecw'Xt &esefK
?alo of the follow" h b ctfK
property, to-wlt. hcuUBB
arly described in tne i &mn
KThe Clcrk'a ofll 0gm
J1425.W. and upon t-fj
sale filed In the iiS
hearing on Friday b ogM
tember, -iho ?,t B;'
the county-xou"" ,t uu
of said court, in Jfc.
Lake coun y. l ( (
Witness tftcr(if affix 09
tho seal thcrcoi jAj5
of August, A. x. JOILN':
Seal. navies. L J
By David Aucistf
YounK & '---',
P. O. Sox 632. JB;