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SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER iiJ
, page eighth THE SALT LAKE TIIIEUKE. Z
I Mines and Prospects-Furnaces and Mills")
II j Valley Farmer mi
i Conference Between Representatives
i of Respective Industries to Be
Held on Thursday Noxt
With the return of Albert F. Holden,
managing director of the United States
Mining company last night, the full
panel of smelter managers Is restored,
and with all present a meeting with
the farmers, seeking relief from tho
' ravages of smelter-smoke, will tnko
on Thursday, September S. unless other
ulsc agreed. The subject Is ono that
appeals to the serious consideration of
both Interests, say their representa
tives, and If there are means of abat
ing the annoyance to which each sldo
confesses they are going to be em
ployed. The smelter management
throughout the valley is committed to
this, while the farmer recognizes that
anything that harasses an Industry
which affords so much employment to
labor must seriously harass his own In
terests without reference to thoso of an
entire State. The latter Is not "hol
lering" for "damages." Ho is seeking
a remedy a cure. It is to prescribe
one, said one of their number, that
they have sought a conference with
tho smelter manager, who, he be
lieves, Is" infinitely more capable of
dealing with the dilemma than is he.
On the other hand the smelter man
ager admits that the hour for deliber
ate, serious and dispassionate consider
ation has arrived, and as In the past,
pleads a willingness to do anything in
his power to relieve the conditions.
It has been urged that to proceed
along lines that some have espoused,
will be to drive the smelters out of
tho valley If not out of tho State. To
this the farmer will not consent. Ho
believes a. cure is to be found in some
wav, but if the hardship of which he
complains is to be perpetuated, he Is
prepared to share at least his portion
of It. Not a smelter manager who has
expressed himself but has signified a
willingness to go to almost any extent
In the effort to Improvise means with
i which to overcome the annoyance.
It has been urged that the smelters
might be induced tQ unitQ and pur
chase the strip fronv which the com
plaints arise. To consummate this,
however, must depend largely upon tho
price that Is placed upon the strip.
! All this, It Is .proposed to discuss at the
approaching conference and uot a citi
zen of the State but hopes that a solu
tion satisfactory to both interests shall
be rpached. The deliberations will, un
der tho circumstances, proceed along
friendly and dispassionate lines and
gome plan for the relief of a situation
recognized by each Interest as painfully
acute, Is hoped for. For those who
have not made a study of it to discuss
It from any standpoint would be to
i aggravate It.
I T0 ADVANCE.
Driving at the Honerine to Bo Re
' sumed Present Week.
The ofllclals and their guests by
whom the Honerine of Stockton was
Inspected on Friday were all back at
their desks yesterday, seme of them
bringing In samples of ore from the
multifarious channels that afford more
vigorous evidence of the merits of that
property than any words spoken by the
visitors. Picked samples, Indeed, re
veal as much as 72 per cent lead, with
over fifty ounces silver and some gold.
The present week driving of the long
tunnel will be resumed, said Jfanagcr
"Wlllard F. Snyder during the day, the
flow of water having been reduced to
7000 gallons per minute. At present the
length of the tunnel is 6325 feet, con
nection with the main Honerine shaft
' to be made at a point C75 feet distant,
after which the tapping of the various
channels will begin
Superintendent Haddatz, who was in
from camp, reports the mill now re
ducing 200 tons of ore and 100 tons of
tailings from the old plant dally, the
record for August showing with what
result. Not a day, Indeed, but the ulti
mate productiveness of Honerine Is be
ISTRIXE A BIG- ONE.
Single Development Adds Nearly
! S400,000 to Gold Beads Resources.
I An analysis of recent demonstrations by
Manager Posoy on the COO-foot lovel of tho
Gold Roads mines, out of Kingman, Ariz.,
said a local Interest in tho proposition,
yesterday, Bhows that It has added no lcs3
i than 27,000 tons of gold-bearing rock, to
the value of SS55.000, to Ub resources. In
' arriving at this deduction, a most con
, nervntlvo one, tho averago value of tho
ore la fixed at $1G gol, per ton, although
tho message which brought news of tho
development tolls of $32 ore. Tho former
average is employed, however, in that It
is the average of ores that aro now being
milled and that are coming from a levol
100 feet above. With this demonstration
the management Is now preparing to pros
, pcot other territory, and equally import
ant results sjl expected In a short time.
I TO STUDY THE MINES.
Prominent Engineer From, tho Iron
, Regions Arrives in Town,
Waltor Fitch, a prominent mining cngl
i neor who -has for many years been asso
ciated with tho acllvo exploitation of tho
Iron mining Industry In tho Lako Su
perior regions, camo in from tho East yes
terday to look into tho mining camps and
study tho mothods of reduction In Utah.
Ho will begin theso' observations In tho
mines of tho United States company at
Tlntlo and Bingham, whoro every privi
lege will bo accorded him. In Utah aro
many who mined along with Mr. Fitch on
tho Moaabl. tho Marquctto and Gogeblo
i ranges, and who will undertake to mako
I his visit pleasant nnd Instructive.
H ' (European HOTEL
$1.00 to 3.00
I Now Book Bindery.
' First-class bank and' commercial work.
PEMBROKE STATIONER 0,
WEEK ON 'CHANGE,
Prices Generally Unchanged, Al
though Offerings "Woro Light.
Tho week on tho mining exchango closed
on tho transfer of JM.S32 shares of stock
for $21,761.75, and with conditions some
what firmer, notwithstanding tho lack of
Investment, Among the moro prominent
advances woro thoso recorded by Boston
Con., which 13 now adding $1000 dally to
tho company's exchequer, without refer
enco to tho weatth of oro that Is being
added to Its resources, whllo Daly West,
which will mako another distribution of
J72.000 on September 15. was held at SlI.Oo
at tho close, with $52.50 nsked for Silver
King, which will pass around 5100,000 on
Saturday next. Daly receded and closed
with but $2,07 bid for It, notwithstanding
tho manner in which tho Mozopa ledgo
Is opening up. whllo Mammoth did Bomo
sprinting, and aftor tho announcement of
tho $20,0(0 dlvldond, sold actively nt J1.6i.
Ontario, whoso now mill will go Into com
mission again In a fow hours, was neg
lected, although tho only offering during
tho week was at $1.75, with $3.60 bid. whllo
the Judge was held up In tho trading to
$1.50, with a few cents moro oxneted at
tho close. Consolidated Mcrcur was grad
ually worn down, and at tho closo re
sponded to a bid of 2S cents, notwith
standing tho gains that havo been mado
at tho mill, whllo Sacramento, passing Its
$5000 distribution until suoh time as the
product of Its retorts at which tho quick
silver ores aro reduced. Is marketed, hov
ered around 11 cents. Century, which con
tinues to roport with gold bullion, was
dealt In around 3G cents, and Yankee Con.
at Mtt. whllo Undo Sam. which Is doing
moro business than at any period In ninny
moonB, was delivered yesterday at 21ifc.
Grand Central, which Is expected back n
tho dividend column tho present month,
was held at $5.C0, whllo for Horn Silver
SL-J5 was bid. Montana oT Tonopah. put
nn unexpected crimp In Its adherents,
with the rcmnlndor of tho list from that
camp neglected, whllo Bullion-Beck was
an offorlng at tho cloeo at $l.t0 and vic
toria at $1. On tho opon board tho trading
In Columbus Con. hns been a feature
throughout tho week. Tho day closed on
tho salo of 22.200 shares of stock for $4527,
and on tho following market:
Ajax $ .M $ -WW
Boston Consolidated .00 t.fZVj
Beck Tunnel 06 ....
Carlsa 07 , .to
Consolidated Mcrcur .& .23
Daly -.vts ' 73
Daly-Judgo 4.25 4.G5
Daly West 13.50 14. Cb
Eaglo & Blue Boll &S .SO
Grand Central 2.00 3.00
Goldfleld Bonanza 0l;
Horn Silver 1.45 ....
Jim Butler 50 .0
Llttlo Bell SO
Llttlo Chief .VS .OlVi
Montana Tonopah l.o -.W
Mammoth L&0 1.51$
May Day 0IV4 .01
Martha Washington 00 .01
Ontario 3.50 ....
Sunshine .00 .02
South Swansea 03 .10
Sacramento ..-i?' rn'lk
Silver King -i.G0 C2.o0
Star Consolidated UM -iVt
Silver Shield : ..
Tctro : 2 .25
Tonopah v;i,, J'lzY?
United States 20.S7 21.62
Tonopah Extension 1.00 1.30
Uncle Sam Consolidated 214, .21 -A
Victoria CO 1.00
Victor 00i .01
Yankee Consolidated -3t
Consolidated Mcrcur, 100 at 2Sc
Century. 500 at 30c, seller thirty days.
Little Chief. 1000 at lHc
May Day, 1000 at 4ric; 7000 at 4tfc; COOO
Sacramento, 2000 at 10c, seller thirty
Uncle Sam Consolidated. 200 at 22iC,
buyer thirty days: 200 at 22c.
Shares sold, 18.000.
Selling value, $1124.
Ajax. COO at 71c.
Consolidated Mcrcur. 10) at 2sc.
Columbus Consolldatedi 200 at $1.2o: 100
at $1.25; 100 at $1.21; 1000 at $1.24; 500 at
$1.23; CO)" at $1.20; 100 at $1.22.
Undo Sam Consolidated, 600 nt 21!c.
seller thirty days; 500 at 21c.
Yankee Consolidated, 100 at 2-iVic
Shares sold, SI200.
Selling value. $3103.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Thursday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded as they follow:
Montana-Tonopah, 450 at J2.20fi2.15; Res
cue. 2000 at 10c; Belmont, 200 at file: Gold
Mountain. 300 at ISc; MacNamara, 2S00 at
SS-'SSCc; Red Top. COCO at 17c; Midway, 700
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 3. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alta $ -03 Julia $ XO
Alpha Con 11 Halo & Nor C3
Andes 10 Justice 03
Belcber 24 Mexican 85
Best & Bclchor. 1.13 Occidental C .75
Bullion 25 Ophlr 2.30
Caledonia ..I CI Overman 20
Challongo C 20 Potosl 11
Chollar 14 Savage 20
Confidence CO Scg Belcher 02
C C & Va 1.05 Sierra Nov 33
Con Imperial 01 Sliver Hill 56
Crown Poind 1C Union Con 39
Exchequer .. ... .60 Utah Con 07
Gould & Curry.. .23 Yellow Jacket .. .03
SOME. GOLD ROCK.
Fortunes Now Being Piled on the'
Dumps at Goldfleld.
Tho Goldfleld News, In Its review of the
week nt that Nevada camp, says: "Tho
Bowcs-Kcrnlck lease No. 8, on tho Jumbo
still holds tho stago as tho bannor pro
ducer of'tho camp. Ore Is being taken out
of such, quality and in such quantity as to
throw tho richest leases on tho Mlapah in
tho shade. As stated last week, the' ledge
was cut by tho 3 lovol. crosscut, and it
proves to bo wldo and all shipping ore.
About fifty minora aro at work and oro
Is being extracted on all four lcvols.
Winzes aro being sunk and upraises mado
on all tho levels.
"It Is estimated that over $500,000 worth
of oro 1b now blocked out on "this lease.
Thoso In a position to know even go so
far as to predict that It will produco
$1,009,000 by tho closo of tho leasing period,
October 3L '
"About 2500 sacks of oro are now piled
up awaiting shlpmont and tho oro-Is be
ing sent out as rapidly as possible Ono
assay from tho 50-foot level . this week
"Rcllablo estimates place tho dally pro
duction of ono leaso at $10,000 dally and of
nil Jumbo leases at $15,000.''
A new atiiko has boon made In tho Red
Top. conelderublo of the stock of which
is held In Salt Lake. Tho atrlko was
mado at a point about tho centor of tho
claim and tho oro Is richer than any that
previous prospecting him shown. Assays
from near the surfaco aro said to run
up to $S0,
Ten thousand shares Paymaster
stock, famous group of tnlnea In Idaho,
at 5 cents. Communicate with W. J
Browning, broker, No. 311 Atlas block
Salt Lako City, for information as to
merit of proposition
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great NorH
orn, I'nlmJr House.
DENVER Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY-Mldland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angelus. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Strcot.
MINNEAPOLIS Went Hotel.
NEW YORK Wuldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Antor Houoo.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
TORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotol.
ST. LOUIS-Plnnicrs. Southorn.
SAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotol Northorn.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Rnlolgh.
BOX ELDER ASPHALTUM.
Bonneville Oil and Aspholtum Co.
Will Develop Hydrocarbons.
Continuance of active operations In
developing the nsphaltum fields of Box
Elder county is indicated by tho filing
yesterday of articles of incorporation'
of tho Bonnovllts Oil and Asphaltum
company, of which Simon Bamberger Is
president; J. S. Gordon of Ogdcn, vlco
preeldent; E. B. Crltchlow, treasurer
and E. A. Vail, secretary. Directors,
in addition to tho officers, are: Georgo
Frary, Lakeside; George Payne, Syra
cuse; H. M. McCartney, Salt Lako
City; M. J. West, Thomas B. Black
and U. V. "Wlthee, Ogden; James Simp
con, J. J. Simpson and Thomas Hull,
Hooper. The objects for which tho
company Is organized nrc to purchase,
own and develop plncer mining claims
and to mine and extract therefrom all
kinds of minerals, Including oil and
asphaltum and other hydrocarbons, as
well as to rcflno nnd ship the products
thus obtained. Tho capital stock of
the company Is $100,000. divided Into
1,000,000 shares of the par value of 10
cents a share. Tho Incorporators havo
subscribed for one-half of the capital
stock, tho rcmnlndor being left in tho
treasury. Tho company owns the Eva,
New Century, Industrial. Big Muddy
and Old Original Consolidated plncer
claims In Box Elder county. It Is al
ready sinking a well on Its ground,
with good prospects of striking oil in
Other companies filing Incorporation
papers yesterday were the Salt Lake
Typewriter Exchango company, capi
tal $5000. with W. Yv Bakor, president;
E. L. Thompson, vice-president nnd
J W. Merrill, treasurer and secretary,
nnd the Agency company, capital
$100,000, of which Robert W. Sloan Is
president; William H. Dale, vice-president
and Thomas W. Sloan, secretary
and treasurer. The Agency company
Is organized for the purpose of carry
ing on a real estate, brokerage and In
BETTLES'S LEAD ORE.
Makes First Shipment to Sampler,
and Is Quito Enthusiastic.
A now mining district, ono that prom
ises to ylold vaUics In lead, has como to
light In Esmoralda county. It Is located
fifteen miles west of Sodavlllo nnd tho
discoverer Is A. E. Bottles, who has Just
shipped In fifty tons of oro to be reduced
at tho plant of the Western Oro Purchas
ing company of this city, says tho Ga
zetto of Rono, Nov. Acordlng to samples
placed on dlsplny at the Chamber of Com
morco tho oro Is extremoly rich, tho sam
ples submitted bearing from 10 to 52 per
cent of copper. Thoy aro beautiful speci
mens, ono especially being highly colored.
Mr. Bottles Is most enthusiastic ovor
tho find and declares that tho now district
will prove to be ono of great richness.
Tho ledges aro thick, ho says, and will
.average fully 25 per cont copper. Ho does
not proposo to form a company to sell
stock, but will devolop tho proporty him
self, accordlps to his statement this
mornine. Ho calls his mlno tho "Bluo
Samples of bismuth, lo per cent In val
ue, were also left by Mr. Bettlcs. Thoy
como from a ledge sovcral miles cast of
Sodavllle. Associated with Mr. Booties
in his Nevada discoveries Is his brother,
of tho Samuel Newhouso staff, and sovcr
al others of Salt Lake.
OUTPUT OF COPPER.
Tonnage for the Week at tho Fur
naces Closes on an Average.
By tho copper producers ihoro was for
warded to tho Eastern refineries during
tho week, 55,327 pounds of copper bullion,
containing gold and silver and with a
gross valuo exceeding $250,000. Tho Utah
Con. continued to maintain Its position
nt tho lead of the category and will, tho
present month, no doubt, glvo tho neigh
bors something now to think about, whllo
the volumo forwarded from tho U. S.
was reduced with that from tho Bingham
Con., recovering a small lncrcaso, tho
record closlnc as fololws:
Bingham Con 246.G74
Unltod States 215.292
Utah Con 363,361
In addition to this thero wa3 contained
In matte, forwarded by tho American
Smelting and Refining company, about
230,00) pounds of tho red motal, which
maintains the usual total, and tho normal
output of coppor for a week In Utah,
Big Striko in Wyoming.
Porhapu tho most Important event that
has over developed In tho history of thlB
district Is tho finding of rich gold rock
on the Solo, ono of tho Jack Pot group
of claims below Copporton. say3 tho Dou
blejack of Dillon, Wyo. Samples of this
rock woro sent in for assay about six
wcoks ago, and tho roturns woro so
startling that they could scarcely bo be
lieved. Other assays and mill runs woro
eent out for more thorough Information.
Tho results aro that tho assays, chocked
and rcchccked. show over $200 In gold and
14 ounces In sllvor. Tho mill run from all
parts of tno vein wnero it Is opened at tho
point whero Battle creek crosses It, runs
$50 In gold. Tha oro Is freo milling In
character, concentrating readily, and on
ono run, concentrated seven Into one, tho
values In gold woro $750.
Tho Jack Pot group is owned by tho
Jack Pot Mining company, of which H.
O. Grnnberg. Olo Granberg, J. M. Rlgga
and Lcwl3 Johnson arc tho officers, it
lis located on Battle creek.
Goes to Utah Copper.
IT. C. Colvin, who was recently In
duced to accept the assistant superin
tendence' of the Utah Copper com
pany's mill in Bingham canyon has
settled down Into his position at the
plant. Mr. Colvin was for a long time
a prominent figure In the operation of
the Goldon Gate mill nt Mcrcur, and
subsequently with the Annie Laurie's
plant at Klmberly, leaving the latter to
engage In similar work at Bamberger's
mill, Do Lamar, Nov. The Copper com
pany and Superintendent Janney, who
came in from camp Inst night, nro to
be congratulated on his acquisition.
New Sun Typewriter, $40.
Carbons, ribbons for al machines.
Pembroke ollg jtuem, r - . 1
Reduces Its Debt
Anothor Paymont of S50OO Mndo by
Management, With Balanco Cut
Down to 910,000.
With tho application yesterday of
$5000 to Its Indebtedness, tho "tribula
tions" of tho California Mining com
pany, said Judge W. I. Snyder, have
been reduced to Just $10,000, while at
the surface, without reference to a
block of stock contained In tho treas
ury, Is oro enough with which to wipe
this out. Whllo the source from
which tho moneys with which to mako
the latest payment on the Indebtedness
was not divulged, It is said that a mar
ket for some of tho company's shares
has been developed In the East recent
ly, and It Is surmised that It origi
nated there. WltH this payment, which
was made to W. W. Armstrong, repre
senting tho judgment creditor, the
company is allowed ninety days In
which to discharges the remainder of
tho claim. Meanwhile thero is on top
nbout 400 tons of milling ore which is
being ndded to ns development requires
Us removal, while under ground tho
resources are being steadily Increased
with conditions, says the management,
moro favorablo to big results than , at
any period since the company camo to
grief. While tho management hns sig
nified Its rcndlness to supply the ores
with which to start up tho mill and
begin the active production of concen
trates, tho directors have decided that
it Is wiser, perhaps, to contlnuo devel
opment and the start-up hns, accord
ingly, been dofcrrcd. In addition to the
milling ore not a llttlo first-class Is
occurring In now ground, nnd the out
look for tho shareholder who has re
mained In his berth and held on to his
stock during a rough passage Is most
NEARLY HALF MILLION.
Settlements in tho Ore and Bullion
Market Maintain tho Record.
In tho ore and bullion market tho
week closed on settlements amounting
to $475,700, this compared with $022,100
for tho previous ono, and with $472,200
for tho corresponding period in August.
Whllo there Is an apparent shrinkngo
In the contrast with th9 previous week,
It Is not to last week's discredit Tho
previous ono was Inflated. Included In
the summary was a settlement on a
200-ton consignment from tho Western
Ore Purchasing company of Reno,
Nov., for which It was permitted to
draw down about $105,000. At present
the normal In the local market has set
tled down to about $500,000 and yet the
producer Is" ready to Increase this
whenever a slgnnl comes from the fur
naces of the valley that they are equal
The day's settlements In the open
market amounted to $S3,200, McCor
nick & Co. reporting them as they fol
low: American bullion. $19,200; gold,
silver, lead nnd copper ores, $31,000.
In the metal market silver ruled
at 57 cents nn ounce, lead at $3.504.10
per hundred pounds, and casting cop
per at 11 cents a pound.
Driving to Connect With Rich Chan
nel on Lower Level.
To lnqulro Into the progress of tho
campaign under ground at the Bulllon
Beck, and especially Into that on the
1400-foot level, which Js being extended
to Intercept a channel of rich ore re
cently opened up by one of the lessees,
Mannger P. T. Farnsworth depnrtcd for
camp again yesterday morning, to re
turn today. Meanwhile the leasees on
the property continue to add to the
activity below the surface, the latest
disclosure that made by James Mac
pherson on tho 700-foot level, whero a
fine- body of galena running well up In
sliver Is now exposed. Indeed many
of the lessees are now contributing to
tho output of tho old bonanza, from
which the shareholders have drawn
nearly $2,500,000 In dividends, and with
a considerable area of unexplored ter
ritory remaining, there is always a
possibility of repeating the record of
previous days. Tho output for August,
said Secretary Morris yesterday, ex
ceeded 1000 tons, whllo It looks now as
If this would be Increased the present
WEEK AT TINTIC.
Much Interest Manifested in Develop
ments North of Eureka.
Tho Eureka Reporter, In tho weekly di
gest on tho mines of Tintic says that at
the Balhlnch a nlco body of silver-lead
oro was opened up in tho tunnol about OX)
feet from the mouth. But llttlo work has
been dono at tho Balhlnch during tho past
month on account of tho lack of funds,
but It Ib qulto probablo that this striko
will moan n resumption of work on an cx
tonslvo scale. Wo understand that Wil
liam Matthowfl will bo placed In charge
at tho mlno and that tho stockholders will
como forward with enough money to car
ry on tho work. Somo of tho Salt Lako
stockholders will como to Eureka for tho
purposo of visiting tho mlno within tho
next fow days.
Local shareholders In tho Undo Sam aro
highly pleased with tho showing which
tho mlno and mill havo been making dur
ing tho post two or thrco months.
Tho San Pedro railway has mado ar
rangements to uoo tho rode from tho
waslo dump nt tho Gemini mlno for bal
lasting on tho new road. Several months
ago a chuto for tho loading of this rock
was built and a trial shipment was used
by tho railroad company. Tho Gomlnl
company has an abundance of thin rock
and being crowded for dumping ground
readily consented to tho railroad company
using It In tho construction of tho now
Tho Llttlo Chief mlno has boon closed
down for tho past few days on account of
a break In tho muchlnery which necessi
tated tho sending away for some new
castings. A survey was made of tho un
derground workings last Wednesday and
Superintendent Josoph Hannifin says that
ho expoctH to bo ablo to firo up again in
a fow days. j
Think of the cheer in a
cargo of tea 1
Under Ground at
the' ted Centra!
Prominent Interests Get Into tho Dig
ging Boots and Devoto a Night
to Its Riches.
Superintendent Donnolly of tho Grand
Control mines of Tlntlc had as guosts
underground, during tho night, Messrs.
W. S. McCornlak, Duncan MocVlchlo and
Potor L. Klmberly, tho latter of Sharon,
Pa., and, It Is said, possessor of tho larg
est Individual Interest In the Bingham
Con. Mining and Smelting company, and
which latter has among Uh assets a $75.
000 Interest minus tho dividends It has
drawn down In tho Tlntlc bonanza. It
waH to survoy tho wealth of tho proper
ties that Mr. Klmberly was Induced to
mako tho trip, and that ho found plenty
to Interest him thero Is no doubt btato
Sonntor Loose, tho general manager of
tho properties, who was In town -during
tho day, departed with tho visitors, whom
ho accompanied as far us Provo. unions
his Intentions woro changed In transit and
ho continued with them to camp.
Whllo Mnnnger Looso was not Inclined
to submit a statoment during his visit
yesterday, ho did say onough to Justify
tho shareholder In relying on tho Cen
tral's reappearance In tho dividend col
umn lust ns soon n connection Is mado
with tho main oro-boarlng channols on the
1200-foot lovel, that tho wealth of tho
mlno may bo drawn upon In a manner
economic and mlnor-llkc. To this end,
sold ho, work Is now bolng dispatched.
Tho main shaft through which this con
nection Is to bo mado Is dropping down
Hteadlly. and with tho now lovel estab
lished tho drift will bo rapidly extended.
Of'tho prcsonco of very high grndo oro
In tho properties, which has been om
brnccd. by "tho street" as something now
and out of tho ordinary, Manager Looso
said that ores of thlo quality como and
go now as from tho first, but no class Is
mado of thorn, the output coming as It
occurs. With tho shaft going down and
tho policy, as at all Intelligently mined
properties, being to got "undor" tho oro,
It Is qulto natural for tho management
to wait on tho connection, and hence tho
dollberato curtailment of tho output at
this hour. Tho Central will return to tho
dlvldond column long beforo tho closo of
Pnrk City Oro Shipments.
PARK CITY, Sept. 3. Tho week's ship
ments from Park City mines amounted to
1.093,900 pounds, divided as follows: Daly
West, 2.(35,000; Keams-Kclth, 131.000; Sil
ver King, 1,327.900.
Messrs. R. G. Wilson and A. L. Jncobs
loft for the Now York Bonanza at Park
.City yesterday morning to lnqulro Into re
Bert Holden of Uio United States Mining
company, who has been In tho East for
several months. Is back In Zlon.
The unexpected decline In tho shares of
Montana-Tonopah has fallen on local In
terests with considerable bo verity. It Is
attributed to speculative Influences, as It
Is said of tho property that its oro bodies
were never so large.
Goorgo Gunn of the American Smelting
and Refining company will leavo for Alta
tomorrow morning at tho solicitation of
his company's customors, who havo some
thing now to which to draw his attention.
Tho management of the Ontario of Park
City feels qulto positive that It will bo
permitted to put Its mill Into commission
again tho present week.
Tho management of tho Yampa smelter
disposed of another lot of copper, gold
and silver-bearing matte on yesterday's
market. Manager Kelley left for camp
Idaho was represented In the day3 mar
ket In a shipment from tho Gllmoro mlno,
about thirty miles west of Dubois, tho
contents running well up In load.
A sample of oro from a now ledgo on
tho Vindicator group at Goldfleld, which
was yesterday received by William H.
Tlbbals, shows a small amount of sllvor,
with $5.40 gold per ton.
T. P. Rlgnoy has retired from tho man
agement of the Summit mineral-wax
mines at Soldier Summit and will glvo his
attention to personal Interests.
Much material for equipment at tho
Nowhouso mines, out of Frisco. Is now
moving over tho now branch Into camp.
Tho conveyanco of the Now York
Tonopah Mining company's properties at
Tonopah, Nov., to the "Consolidated"
company, which was decided on somo
time ago, has been ratified, tho new or
ganization to prosecuto development In a
most energetic manner.
William II. Brevoort has gone east, after
a brief visit among acquaintances in
For fine rooms, 22 E. Third South.
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NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's office, Salt Lako City.
Utah, Aug. 31. 1001.
Notice Is hereby glvon that tho Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
by H. G. McMillan, Its secretary, whoao
nostoffico address Is Salt Lako City. Utah,
has mado application. In accordance with
tho requirements of chapter 100 of tho
Session Laws of Utah. 1S03, to appropriate
sixteen and soven-tentha (1G.7) second
feet of tho water flowing In Big Cot
tonwood creek, In Salt Lako county, Utah
to bo. diverted by means of a ditch, flumo"
and plpo at a point on said creek from
which tho quarter-section corner at tho
southeast corner of tho southwest quar
ter of section 2G, township 2 south, rango
3 cast, Salt Lako base and meridian, boara
north 25 degrees 15 minutes cast SSG foot
distant: also from a spring branch at a
point from where said quarter-section
cornor bears north 15 degrees east 91
feet distant (the Intention bolng to turn
tho water of said spring branch Into snld
creek at tho point of diversion first above
described), from where tho commingled
water will be conveyed through a ditch
flumo and pipe for a distance of about
2S00 feet, and thero bo used from Jan
uary 1st to December 31st of each year
for dovcloplng power to propel mining and
m lug machinery at tho Old Evergreen
mill site. In tho nouthwest quarter of
said section 25. After having been so
diverted and used the water will bo re
turned to the natural channel of Blc
Cottonwood crock at a point from which
tho southeast corner of said section "6
sS5"fMtolS Adeer 30 mtam"
must bo mndo by affidavit and filed In
this office aftor thirty (30) days and b
foro sixty (CO) days the dat0 her
of- A. F. DOREMUS,
First publication. Auf
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PROBATS AND QUasI
Commit Counts ClorV .v HI
signers for further intory
IN THE DISTIUct 1
JI...O CX Coor8, a
Tho petition of Chrlato wi ,
praying for tho isTuancocofc
letters of administratis fin
George N. Anionl. deceased "e
for hearing on Friday iff. h,M
September. A. D. ii at. ioV?:
at tho county courthoua
room of said court. In i SaifrlS.
Lako county. Ulan 1 Uk4
WltncHH tho clerk of .,m
King, Burton &Wr' atftr
IN TUB DISTRICT rm
bato division. In and ffr SWi
ty, Stato of Utah -in he "r
esuato of John H. Bach?
Tho petition of Sally k toi, , .'
for tho Issuance to JE A.
tors of administration In thA
John II. Bach, dcccai?d
hearing on Friday, tho'iSth Jl
tember, A. D. 1504. at 10 o'clc2ty V
tho county courthouse. In h lW
of said court. In Salt Lako City S
county, Utah. u u, Som
Witness tho clork of said ,jJ
tho seal thorcof affixed nil.
SISea?br' D JOHN
A. W. Casoy, AttomoyTor
IN THE DISTRICT COUH-''
bate division, In and for Salt t,V:
ty, Stato of Utnh.-In tho
3S&?f Th0Ina!, 0011 Gr,
Thomas Cott Griggs, deceit"
for nn ordor of Halo of real nVJ
said decedent, and that all WrI2
ested appear before tho iZiZ
show cause why an order shonl?
granted to noil so much as shaliu
sary, of the following doscribd ;
tato of said deceased, to wit vn i!
tain tract of land Bltuated'ln rj
City. Salt Lako county, utaS. 6
as follows, to wit;
(a) Commencing at a point tn
of tho southeast corner of lot n
plat "C." Salt Lako City flur; "
thence west 7 rods, thence
rodB; thonco west rods: tw2
W foot 10& Inches, thence eattt
thonco south &l foot 10 Incta
place of beginning, together
adobo and a framo house 7
(b) Commencing at a point UrtA
of tho southoast corner of
block -19, plat "C," Salt Lake Os,
running thence west 10 rods; titT
Ui rods; theneo east 10 rodj5
north li rods to tho place of tnt
being vacant; ?
(c) Commencing at a point ufi
6ou:h of tho northwest corw J
block 1, flvc-acro plat "A," Bir Ri
voy, and running thence castUj
thonco south -1.25 rods, thenw ts
rods; thenco north A Z3 rods to tj
of boglnnlng, subject to a rljtt i
over tho cast 11 feet of sail da
property, also vacant, has b3i
hearing on Friday, the 15th tij
tember, A. D. 1&H, at 10 o'clock t
the county courthouse, In ihjos
of said court, In Salt Lakj Cb
Lako county, Utah
Witness tho Clork of said ckH
the seal thereof affixed, this Si
August. A. D. 1M. i
(Seal ) JOHN JAMtiC
By David B. Davlcs, Dp3t;!
G. H. Backman, Attorney fcQ
IN TUB DISTRICT COOST,!
bate division. In and for Silt kit
ty. State of Utah In the nutei
cstato of Richard Ingrham, dsa
Tho potitlon of Ellas Jcn5!r.iJ
trator of tho estate of Richard In
deceased, praying for an ordtr tli
real property of said decedent m
all persons Interested appr Wa
eald court to show cause why a
should not bo granted to sell to
shall bo necessary of the foQiia
scribed real estato of nil
ceased, to wit., commendrr'
point thirty-four r6ls ccrti.
three-fourths of ono rod prt i
southeast comer of the nornm
tor of section sixteen, township tr
of range ono east, thenw cru
threo rods; thenco west flftetnul'
fifths rods; thonce south forty-toi
thonce cost llftccn and three-45b
to placo of beginning, conUkS
acres, has been set for hearlnaU
duy, the ICth day of Septeabtr,.
1WM, at 10 o'clock a m., at t S
courthouse. In tho courtroon iff
court. In Salt Lako City, EaltLiit
ty, Utah. t
Witness tho clerk of said court, i
seal thereof affixed, this 23th diJ
gust, A. D. 11. JOHN JA13B
By David B. Davles. Deputy C
Nels Jensen, Attorney for E111"
IN THE DISTRICT C0DR7..
bato division, In and, for Salt Ifit
ry, Stato of Utah. In tho maUKi
cstato of ilary Ann Palmer,
Notice. . A
Tho petition of Edward VT. ?$
mlnlstrator of the estate of
Palmer, deceased, for confirmajlK
salo of. tho following descrlbMT!
personal prcr-tv ci sc'.i ec
wit., an undlvioed oiit-iinM C.a
the following described portion a
block 121, plat "A." Salt LaSt 0
voy, to wit., commencing fltJ-'
west cornor of said lot andj
thence oast 153 feet; thene tV
foot, thenco east 12 feet: the
S2V6 feet; thence west lw !'.,
Bouth 165 feet to the place of W
also somo personal property no
ulorly described In the pe"''0.3"
fllo In tho clerk's office, for tW i
$1235. and upon the following
wit., cash upon confirmation, as J
from tho roturn of sale, filed In tu
has been set for hearing on tn
ICth day of September, A. w
o'clock a. m., at tho count co
in the courtroom of said court, i
Lake City, Salt Lake county. U-
Witness the clerk of Baldcoaj'
seal thereof affixed, this 3th ft
gust, A. D. 10OI. JOHN V
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy
James H. Moyle, Attorney ?ff?
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. L
bato division. In and lor Salt iM
ty, State of Utah.-In the jjgjfc
estato of Patrick Phelan. Q603
Tho petition of Laurenco Jj
Stephen Hays and William
executors of tho estate of
Ian, deceased, for.conflrrnatlon oum,
of all of tho rel and P'JJb
of said decedent, as full s l
described in exhibit "A"
on fllo in this court, also PHTjff.
executors for settlement or ui-""
count, and for tho dlstrlbuUoa
rosiduo of said estato 'KfcM
hns been set, for hearing on 'M.'
16th day of September. " JSMfc
o'clock a. ra.. at the county
In tho courtroom of e0. vvl
Lako City. Salt Lako , count).
Witness tho clerk of said JJ mn
the seal thereof af toed. tWS -.Vflk
AugUBt, A. D. 1SOI. JOHN JWT,
BpJU. Eldredgo. Jr. DPjP
NOTICE OF ANNUAL jK
Notico Is hereby given that jm
meeting of tho stockholders "'
York Bonanza Mining cotkiMi
election of directors and w.Jf
action of such other bus ncJ ,A
fully como before it, wlllw.
of flco of tho company, ,r0,v. In
Walker building. Salt Lake iYjjjMC
September 13. 1901. at pri5t
Books will closo for transrer v.
tember 9, 100-1. r-,r ffJtfi
Salt Lako City. Utah, Auff,