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H pact six , THE SALT LAKE TinBTOTE. atobpay Hovsim, September q4 j?
I Mines and Prospects Furnaces and Millsj
I iy Mineral Weal
I Big Berlin Mining Operator Will
Hj Seek a Pield of Investment
Hj in Utah. .
Hj ''Utah seems to offer more, In tho way
of inducements to tho mining investor
than any other country I have ever vlslt
oil," declared Hcrr Martin Becker of Ber
Hn, a mlno owner, export nnd operator,
who lias largo interests in tho mines of
Australia. Hcrr Becker, who continued
his Journoy to Australia yesterday, has
Hj spent several days In Salt Lake, discussing
with mining men tho mineral resources of
Utah. Ho says that tho Impressions ho
has received during his brief visit lead
him to tho conclusion that, as a producer
of copper and silver, this Stato will Ions
continue to hold a leading place.
'The scalo upon which tho Utah Copper
H company Js conducting oporations is an
H example of what moro men with capital
ought to do in this Western region, for
j there arc many opportunities of this char-
j ncter which have not yet been taken nd-
H vantage of," asserted this expert, who- has
mado a study of every great mining coun
H try of. the world.
"When I return from my trip to Aus
tralla I will bo prepared to stay here long
enough to make a detailed Inspection of
several Utnn propositions that have been
placed beforo me. and if the Investigation
results ns favorably as I now have reason
to hope, I will Interest my Berlin and
Lelpslc associates and talco up tho work
BICHES OF GOLD-FIELD.
Oro Worth $1000 a Sack Is Coming
From, the Jumbo Claim.
Marvelous oro is still being extracted
from tho drift on the 200 level of tho
Bowes-Kernlck lease on the Jumbo, says
the Goldfleld News. That tho rich ore
body struck two weeks ago Is holding out
is beyond question. Spoclmcns of the rock
show almost half gold, and it Is stated
that fifteen sacks of rock which is worth
$1000 a sack have been taken out. It Is too
rich to ship and is said to be kept under
guard at thy headquarters of the lcaso
Tho shaft is to be sunk to a depth of
250 feet and this work has been cora
menccd. If the rich ore body above Is
.found at this level, of which there Is no
reasonable doubt, there will be an amount
In sight and of a value to stagger tho
Shipping from the Jumbo was resumed
1 this v.'eck, the Bovcs-Kernick lease send-
lng out about 4000 sacks. There are GOJ0
sacks still piled up.
Three hundred sacks from the Vcrmll
yea lease were sent out tcday and now
that the teams arc available tho accumu-
j latcd Jumbo ore will soon be on the way
to the smelters.
The Gardner. Oddle Sz Duffleld lease on
the Kendall claim of the Standstorm group
continues to be one of the wonders of the
Goldilcld district. It Is entitled to be
classed as a wonder from the fact that
within two weeks of operation a shipment
of 10,000 worth of ore Is In readiness to be
sent to the smelters. The shipment wilt be
made tomorrow and J. R. Duffleld will go
out with It. It will comprise fourteen tons
and Its value is conservatively stated to
j be S7C0 per ton. . This ore is the scrcen-
Ings from the loose dirt shoveled up from
1 the surface, mention of which was made
Closing quotations '"Wednesday on San
Francisco and Tohopah exchange: j
Adams Goldfleld Mg Co..$ .03 $
Columbia Mt Mc Co .24 ,25
Espcranza Mg Co 01 .02
Eulu Ms Co 0C
Golden Anchor Mg Co .25 .
Goldfleld Blue Bell Mg Co .OS .10
Goldfleld Mg Co of Nev 76 ,78
Goldfleld Mohawk M Co -.23
Goldfleld Silver Pick M Co .17
Goldfleld Ton Mg Co 11
Gold Mountain Con 02
Hannapah M M & S Co 10
Hannnpah Mutual Co 10
Hazel Kirk Goldfleld Co .. .11 .12
Jim Butler Ton Mg Co GG
Jumbo Mg Co 5C
Little Ton Dcv Co 25
Lucky Tom Con M Co .... .05 .17
MacNamara Mg Co 3G .37
Montana-Tonopah Mg Co.. 1.97 2.00
New York Ton M Co 01 .05
Paymaster Mg Co 03 .04
Pine Grove G M Co 10
Qulncy Mg Co 11
Ray & O'Brien Mg Co 05
Ray Tondpah Mg Co I AO
Red Top Mg Co 17 . .13
Rescue Mg Co 10
Sandstorm Mg Co .S3 .40
Ton Belmont D Co 55
T & California M Co 20
Tonopah Extension 1.35
Ton & Gt Western 02
Ton Gold Mountain 15 t
Ton Midway Mg Co S7 .30
Tonopah M Co of Nev.... 7.87 8.12V, .
Ton North Star T & D 21 ....
Tonopah & Salt Lako ...... .51
mopla Mg Co . 10
tVcst End M & M Co 13 .15 "
The Metal Market.
Ore nnd bullion settlements yesterday,
amounted to 572,800, McComick & Co. rc
porting them as follows: American bul
;ion, J33,9j0. gold, silver, load and copper
ores, $35,900 The metal markft showed no
change, silver ruling at 57i ccnta an
ounce; copper at 12 cents per jjound, and
lead in ores at $3.50 per 100 pounds.
Better Feeling in Boston.
Special In The Tribune.
BOSTON', MasB., Sept. 2J.-Therc waa a
little better feeling in the local market
today and some Issues were put on n
H belter level. Traders were inclined to
J look for a hotter market anil bid prices
H up, Commission house business followed
n this little burst of uctlvlty, but thero waa
but little stock found offering at market
prices, and they rallied quite early clos
lng stronc. Hornblower & WeckK.'brok
era. 53 State street, Boston, and 10 Wall
strepU New York, furnish tho followinc
. quotations: "
Sales. High. Low. Clo:c
Amalgamated. 015 ?57.0 J.. .. j
Bingham 23 20.25
Daly West 20 13.37
Mercur .. 75 .M
Utnh DO 40.25
United SUtes.. 1.450 2Q.12& 1D.75 "h'nu
Curb Boston. JC.CS1,. v,1:vs
Public Long-Distnnco Tnlephonea,
With cotind-proof boothu. Telephone
building, State street, city.
McCoy'a livery stable for carriages '
and light livery. Telephone 81. 1
40CCy ?2.BO to 4.00
HE TRIBUNE NEWS STAND3.
BOSTON Crawford Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North-
rn. I'almer House.
DENVER Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatoa,
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolus. B F
Gnnlner. .W5 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel-
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Astor nouso
OMAHA Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS PlnnlcrR. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotol Northern.
IMPUOVEMENT 01T 'CHANGE.
Market Shows Somewhat Better Tone
nnd More Stocks Are Active.
Thero was a better tono to tho stock
market yesterday, the totals of tho tiad
ing on change slightly exceeding $5000.
Moro of the stocks moved and the prices
held up under light sales. Daly West
handed seventy snares ovor the counter
at 5H.25, but was not offered at less than
$15 during the afternoon session, For $4
Grand Central released 2C0 In the morning
and the stock was in demand at that fig
ure, but no more would conio out. May
Day was again active, but a llttlo weak,
the two calls showing the transfer of 7SO0
shares at from 7 down to 7. Sacramento
lii-ought 15 cents In the morning, but later
declined to 14U. while Star Con. registered
a gain of ono point, selling two &C0 lota
at and 14.
Now York, hovering around S cents, waa
dealt in to tho extent of 10,400 shares, and
ono lot of Little Chief was taken at 1U.
Tho open board trading of the ilnal' call
injected some llfo into tho Tonopah stocks,
200 Jumbo going at S4 and S3, with Montana-Tonopah
selllns 500 at 51.00 and
The day closed with the transfer of 2S,
220 shares, for which the purchaser
checked out S5122.C2, with quotations and
segregated sales as they follow:
A. M j! P M.
1 Bid. lAskcd Bid. Aslced
Ajax J ... $ .12 II $ .1C
Allce 30 .55 I
'Boston Con., C.25 7 00 6.25 7.00
Beck Tunnel .OCVi I .W
Butler-Lib .. .OOH .05 OOVi
Carlsa CO .12
Century ,37 - 41 .35
Crcolo 40 .35
Con Mercur. .2S .33 .SO . .32
Daly 2.1S 2.35 2.17
Daly-Judgo . 4.3.T 4.50 4.E0
Daly West .. 13.75 14.4214 13.75 15.00
E & B.Bell. .50 .SO .60 .0
Galena 02 '
Grand Ccn... 4.00 4.15 4.00 4.50
Goldfleld Bon .01? 04?i .06
Horn Silver 1.20
Ingot 00 01
Jim Butler 70
Joo Bowers 1-16 00U.
Little Bell .. .20
Little Chief . 01 Wa
L Mammoth. .OS .17r IS
Mont.-Ton .. 1.S5 2.00 1.87 2 00
Mammoth .. 1.4214: 1.42Vt
May Day .. .07U .0714 .0-JT& .07'
Mar Wash 00
New York .. .0251 .03 .03 .03Hs
Ontario 3.50 4.25 4.00 4.25
Petro 09 OS
R.-Honio 50 .;
Sutibhlife 03 05
Swansea ....( .45 .25 .45
S Swansea ..) .03 .07 .03 .Oiu.
Sacramento .1 .1334 .15 .13-i .14
Silver King . 49.50 54-00 19.50 54.00
Star Con 11 .1451 .14 .14
Silver Shield. .03 03 .05
Tonopah ....( 7.75 S.50 7,75
Tonopah Mid 35 .45
Tetro ....... .V, .27 . 25 .27
Tonopah Ext 1.20 .90
Tonopah Mid .15 1.45
U S 19.S7 ...:... 20.00 20.50
Uncle Sam C .2214 -234 .22 --.2i
Utah 45 45
Victoria 1.01 1.20 1.00
Victor . u 02 .01 .02
Yankee Con. .31 .35 .30 .35
Daly West, 70 at J14.25.
Grand Central. 200 at K.
May Day, 2000 at 75ic; 503 at 7Vtc.
Sacramento, 200 at 15c,
Star Con, 500 at 1414c; GOO at 14c.
New York. 3500 at 2c: 1900 at 3c.
OPEN BOARD. .
Little Chief. 1000 at l4c
May Day. 1000 at 7yc.
Daly West. 50 at $11.25.
Shares sold. 11.420.
Selling value, SS0S6.
Con. Mercur. 1000 at 31c.
May Day. 2000 at 7Vic; 4300 at THc; 1000'
Sacramento, 1000 at 14&c.
Little Chief. 1000 at Hie
New York, 1000 at 2Jc; 2000 at 34c; 2000
OPEN BOARD, '
Jumbo, 100 at S4c; 100 at S3c.
Montana-Tonopah, 100 at J1.90; 400 at
New York. 900 at 3c.
Shares sold, 1C.9C0.
Selling value, J2051.G2. ,
Grand tqtal shares sold, 25,320.
Selling value. J5122.C2.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 23.-Tho official-closing
quotations for mining stocks
today wero as follows:
Andes .19 Justice .... ..03
B & B 1.10 Mexican' .1.01
Bullion 23 Occi Con .73
Caledonia ,57 Ophir 2.25
dial Con IS Overman 19
-Cho!lar 15 -Potosl 14
Confidence ...... SO Savage 19
C C & Va 1.10 Sag Belcher 11
Con Imp 01 Sierra Nov 30
Crown Point - .13 Silver Hill 42
Exchequer .. ,., .52 Union Con 39
G & C '. fl Utah Con 10
Hale & Nor .... -,5S Yellow Jacket., 23
Belcher v $ .30
NEW YORK MINING STOCks.
Adams $ .40 Allco $ .20
Brceco 30 Ophir .... 2.13
Com Tunnel 10 Phoenix 1C
C C & Va 1.03 Potosl .... a vi
Horn Silver .... 1.00 Savage .. ...... .27
Iron Silver 1.75 Sierra Nev 2S
Leadvilie Con .. .02 Small Hopes ., .25
Little Chief 05 Standard 1.90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 2.75 Alloucz .. ..J 12.37
Amal 57.75 M C & C .... 4.75'
Am Zinc ... 11.02 Old Dom .... 14.75
Atlantic .... 12.75 Osceola 07.00
Blnghnm .. . 20.12 Parrot 23.75
C & H 505. U) Qulncy 92 00
Centennial .. 27,00 Shannon .. . 3.87
Cop Range . 57.25 Tamarack .- 112. 00'
Daly West . 14.00 Trinity 0.75
Dom Coal ... 53.00 U S Mining . 20.00
Franklin . . 7.50 U S Oil 11.00
Granby .. ... 3.00 Ulah 40.25
Isle P.oyalo . 1D.&7A Victoria .. .. 4,00
Mas3 M .... 4,25 Winona .. 9.00
Michigan ... G.00 Wolverine ... 87.00
Mohawk ... 45.00
Tintic Oro Shipments.
Special to The Tribune
EUREKA, Sept. 23. Tho ore shipments
from Tintic for tho week are as follows:
prand Central ..... , 5
Gemini , 31
Centennial Eureka 21
Eaglo & Bluo Boll s
Star Cnn... 3
Sjuth Swnnsta 1
Uncle Sam 3
May Day 1
Total ,. , 100
on Sheba Wealth
Dr. J. E. Talmago Finds Promise of
Bich Returns From Humbollt,
Evidencing the great wealth that the
Sheba of Humboldt county, Nov., and
the contiguous mining claims afford,
the expert report of Dr. J. E. Talmage,
professor of geology in the University
of Utah, affords additional evidence.
Dr. Talmage's report, which is now
in tho hands of the printer and will
soon be published, treats the mibject
exhaustively, and was compiled during
an extended etay in the district.
Of the region in general Dr. Talmage
sajs: "The il93ure filling fillings or
vein stuffs carry valuable minerals,
visible to the naked eye, even on surface
exposure in places'. The principal mln
I erals of value In the order of their
I abundance from lest-er to greater are:
The antimonlal sulphides of silver, ruby
silver, galena and argentite.
Speaking of the formation, the report
says: "Ore occurs not alone in veins)
within the fissures, but als in the sedi
mentary beds. At the intersection of
main fissures and cross-fissures ore
bodies appenr In places and ore is found
at the contact between eruptive rock
nnd bedded deposits."
Speaking of the Sheba claims, in par
ticular. Dr. Talmage describes the "old
stope" or "big chamber," which has al
ready yielded a vast amount of wealth,
and recommends a thorough sampling
of the walls and floor of this cavern.
He says: "The country rock Is literally
woven by off-shoot veins of unmln
eralized quarts, many of which show
silver minerals In quantity. The wall
rock, carefully separated from any ves
tige of vein quartz, carries good
values, and 1 consldor It possible that
a general treatment of the walls and
Iloor in the big chamber would furnish
paying mineral for mill treatment."
Dr. Talmage recommends the further
exploration of "Georges' tunnel" and
"Dead Man's tunnel," and advises the
exploration of the untouched ground
between tho second open' cut and the
Alex slope, which shows the vein well
charged with valuable minerals.
Of conditions in the Sheba shaft, he
reports the vein as "strong, persistent
and well mineralized," showing a
widening of the vein with depth, with a
probable average below the fifty-foot
level exceeding eight feet.
Referring to the Sheba new tunnel,
it Is said: "At about -925 feet from
the portal a larger body of quartz Is
encountered. This is cut by the tunnel
a distance of forty-three feet, the ac
tual thickness of the vein is ap
proximately twenty-eight feet. I con
sider the new tunnel well placed, with
a great nrea of virgin ground accessible
by drifts Into almost surelj' the same
quartz vein as proved so productive in
early days. ,
"Present conditions amply demon
strate the great, value of this prop
erty. The extensive work of former
days'has revealed the position of the
Sheba vein, with a close approach to
certainty, and the new work is wisely
planned and well executed."
The report speaks In equally favorable
terms of tho De Soto and the Mam
moth, and In conclusion, says; "The
mines promise to yield to skillful direc
tion wealth equal to If not far beyond -that
WILSON MESA FLOAT FOUND.
Source Discovered Near Apex of Gold
Hill Mountain in Blowout.
Special to The Tribune.
BASIN, La Sal Mountains. Sept. 23. Tho
source of the rich gold float found- on
Wilson mesa has been discovered. The
discovery was made a few days ago by
Iowa J. Smith and Charles Saunders,
near tho apex of Gold Hill mountain,
where an enormous blowout Is located
on tho south end of tho Iowa group of
mining claims. The blowout is a de
pression on the hill at the head of Iowa
gulch and is about 900 feet in circum
ference. All classes of mixed mineralized rock
can bo found In this area, the principal
rock being a black, shaley lime, with
tho surrounding formation an ondeslto
porphyry. Largo dykes of Iron ore run
through the blowout, and it is between
the piphyry casing and the Iron and
black lime that the vein Js found. Tho
layer of quartz so far shown Is from
twenty to forty feet In width, and Is
thickly tilled with white Iron, which
resembles sylvanlto and when roasted a
mineral resembling gold appears. The
rock is streaked with quartz the samo as
the Wilson mesa, ribbon rock, but looks
Samplos have been sent out -to threo
different nssayers to test tho value of
the ore. To bo the same as tho mesa
rock It must contain values of from $51
to S2GS in gold and from 2 t6 S per cent
copper. The Iowa rock so far does not
show any signs of copper. In every
other detail It ha3 all the apuenrance of
the mesa ore. The property is being
Word has been received from the Colo
rado contingent that' they arc prepared
to closr all deals conccrninc tho High
Ore merger on Mineral mountain, .and
that arrangements will be made the com
ing winter for work on a large scale tho
coming summer. This Is creating a mix
up with adjoining claimants outside of
tho mergt'r and tnor; may be some liti
gation when the official survey Ik made
and work started on the blgdovclopmenl
Another merscr of Gold Hill property
under consideration will Include the Iowa
group, Tornado-Indiana group, the Ba
sin Belle and Express, Aspen nnd Mid
land Belle properties. The Tornado prop
ertv Is worked now by the Tornado com
pariv. which is a Salt Lake syndicate,
ar.d"somc fine ore showing freo gold, pro
duced. The Aspen. Iowa and Midland
Bcllo arc also developed to a limltod ex
tent. Tho Grouse Mountain company has ar
rangements now made for the building of
its 100-ton cyanide plant. This makes
three big development enterprises sur
rounding Miners' Basin, Including tho
Mineral mountain tunnel, which nfty be
taken in by the High Ore syndicate as
an outlet into Mirrors' Basin through
Tho Dlrlgo-La Sal company in Beaver
Basin Is coming this way through Pilot
mountain on the east.
Rock Springs "Pcucock"' Coal; lump,
nut, slack. Sold only by Central Coal &
Coke Company. Offices, 142 Main street .
(temporary). 'Phone, S18; 66 Went 2nd
South. 'Phone S08. Yard 5th South and
GLASMANN BUYS A MINE.
Ogden's Mayor Reaching' Out to Be
come a Millionaire.
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov.. Sept. 23. It Is report
ed that Mayor William Glasmann of Og
den has becomo Interested In a group of
gold-copper claims near Goodc Springs,
but to Just what extent the suavo chief
executlvo of Salt Luke'.i suburb is "in"
la ns yet unknown.
Leo Sanders of Ogdon 15 ono of tho own-
ers of tho group and is authority for tho
statement that Mayor Glasmann Is put
ting up the long green for opening up tho
piopertles. which nre among tne most
promising in tho Goodo Springs district.
Superintendent McNamee of tho Bam-bcrger-Do
Lamnr company passed through
camp today, on route to Salt Lake.
Jack Bulmcr, owner of tho Thrco
Deuces silver claim,, fortv-six miles west
of Callonte.fr obtained assays of 112 and
30s ounces silver from samples sent to
Suit Lake last week,
G, Hudson, one of tho owners of tho
Black Hawk groups on Virgin river, sold
his one-fourth Interest last week to Pago
& Goodsell of Denver for J20OO. They have
a 110-foot shaft and a 2G0-foot tunnel on
a three-foot ledge of free gold ore. The
average values aro about &0 per ton.
Morton & Ellis of Now York havo Incor
porated "die Gold Eagle gioup of gol 1
claims on Colorado river, for Tul.cy and
Lewis, owners, for $1,000,000, and six
miners will b? put on development work
on tho groups October 1. Thoy have a
two and one-half-foot ledgo of $65 ore.
carrying coarse free gold. They expect
to mako an early shipment of oro to Salt
Lake aa a test and to Increase the sale
of stock, the proceeds of which will bo
used to devel6p tho properties.
Jack Harris and O. S. Brown, owners of
tho Black Hawk mine, nbout thirty miles
from Moapa, report assays of J35.S0 gold
and SO ounces sliver from samples sent
to Salt Lake last week.
Joseph Elliott, one of the owners of tho
California group of lead-silver claims,
fifty miles northwest of Moapa. went
through camp today to Salt Lako with
four sacks of rich oro running in horn sil
ver and lead carbonates, for assay.
Noble and Woodruff, half owners of the
Sliver Leaf group, thirty miles north
west of camp, struck a fivo-foot vein of
grey copper ore In a 200-foot tunnel last
week and expect to ship a quantity of
this ore to Salt Lako as soon as possible.
They say they have assays of 20 per cent
copper and 160 ounces silver from this
ledge, at the bottom of a thirty-foot
F. Wilton and Martin James, owners of
the Grand Dukc.group. twenty-eight miles
north of Arden, on tho San Pedro road,
aro now sacking ?110 gold-sliver oro for
shipment to Salt Lake. They havo about
COO feet of work completed on claims and
about 500 tons of ore blacked out ready
to stopo from a 300-foot tunnel.
Leonard & Sharpo of Pueblo, owners of
tho Arenus group of silver claims in Penn
sylvania district, brought several sacks of
ore through today for shipment to Salt
Lako for sampling. Thoy have had assays
of 210 ounces silver and 12 per cent load,
taken from a six-foot "pockety" lime de
posit on their claims. They have about
400 feet of work completed on the group
Miners In the Ollnghouso district are
greatly pleased with the prospects of the
camp. In the last several weeks values
higher than have heretofore been taken
out were uncovered. Several of the com
panies will at onco Increase their work of
Oro taken from the Monitor shaft during
Inst week assayed 3243.59 In gold, silver
and lead values per ton. It Is expected
that tho tunnel now being run will cut
this chute at 250 feet of depth.
Another ahute of enrbonato ore has been
uncovered on the Maclz'a. The chute, as
disclosed. Is about fifty feet from tho
scuth end lino of the chain; and will no
doubt be found to extend into tho De
Spensa, as do the others heretofore dis
covered. Reno Gazette.
Superintendent Murdock of the Hon
erlne wn3 In town yesterday. j
B. F. Lloyd has gone to his Copper
mountain property In Beaver county.
The Mammoth of Tlntlo had forty tons
of $100 gold ore on the market yesterday.
Tho Dexter of Tuscarora Is now treating
tailings from its plant nnd saving from
$3.50 to $.50 in gold and sliver.
William Ochs of Salt Lake Is a director
In the Gold Eagle Development company
of Boise, Ida., which has recently filed
articles of incorporation.
A. J. Bottles of the Newhousc staff Is
confined to his home with a severe cold,
contracted whllo on a recent visit East.
,It Is roported that tho Sunbeam Mining
company, operating In Bismarck moun
tain, Custer county, Idaho. Is Liking out
fifty tons of $C gold. ore daily.
J. V. Brooks has gono to tho Freiburg.
Nov., district to Inaugurate developments
on tho property of tho Empire Mining
W. IT. Nelson Is said to have sold tho
Valentine group of claims at Fay, Nov..
Nows of developments from the Piocho
Nevada Con. Is of nn encouraging nature,
the oro on the eighty-foot level being re-'
ported as giving average values of 19 per
cent lead and 10 ounces of sliver.
The Con. Mercur has begun tho opera
tion of the old Manning mill, by which
It is expected to handle the tailings at a
small marsln of profit.
The closing down of the Johnny mine
and mill at Statoline has caused that
camp to bo almost deserted, says Lou
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Anthracite coal, all szi:
Burton Coal & Lumber Co. 1
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QUINCY JUNIOR MINING COM
PANY. Principal pla-c of business, Salt Lako
City. Utah. Notice of annual and special
meeting of stockholders.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho annual
meeting ot I he stockholders of the "Qulncy
Junior Miiilns: company," a Corporation
organized and exlptlntr under tho laws ot
the State of Utah, with Its principal place
of business at Salt, Lake City. Utah, as
provided In tho articles of Incorporation of
said company, will be held at thn
-eneral office of said company, at
room No. 100, in tho David Keith
hulldlnj,'. bflnc Nos. 212 to 2y,
South, East Templo street. In tho City of
Salt Lake State of Utah, on Wednesday,
the 5th day of October. 1904, at 11 o'clock,
lr the forenoon of said day. for the pur
pose of transacting such business as may
r luwful'v como before said annual meeting.
1 And notice is hereby further given that
n Bppclal meeting of the stockholders of
aid Qulncy Junior Mining . company la
hereby called and will be held at the samo
time and place hereinboforc stated, for
said annual meeting, for the purposo of
voting upon and determining whether the
articles of incorporation of said company
shall be amended by adding thereto an
article to stand and be artlclo No. 7, as
"Tho nrlvato property of tho stockhold
ers shall not be liable for the debts or ob
ligations of tho corporation."
And In caso said proposition shall bo
adopted t,o so amend said articles, then
and In that caso to authorize and direct
the offlceriJ of this company to mako tho
rcccs3nry certificates required by law and
take any and al) stcp3 necossary to effec
tuate said amendrr.Hiit.
Dated, Salt Lake City. September 5, 19W..
W. V. P.ICE. President.
W. W. ARMSTRONG. Secretary. aflCO
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT."
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal
place of business at Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice is hereby given thut at a meeting
of the directors, held on he 20th day of
AugU6t. ItKVl. an assessment of one fl)
cent per share (being assessment. No. 12),
was duly levied on the capital stock of
the corporation, payable Immediately to
R. T. Burton. Jr., secretary of the com
pany, at the office of tho company, room
No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg.. Salt Lake
Any stock upon which this assessment
inny remain unpaid on the 21th day of
September. 1904, will be delinquent and
advertised for sain at public auction, and
unless payment is mado beiore. will bo
sold on the ISth day of October. 1904. to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and expenso
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR..
Room No. 223 D. F. "Walker bldg, Salt
r iio City. Utah. zl718
JOE BOWERS MINING COMPANY.
Special Notice to Stockholders.
Mr. A. J. Gunnell has this date been
elected secretary of the Joe Bowera Mg.
Co., to succeed R. T. Eurton, Jr., re
signed. All payments covering assessment No.
12, should thercforo be made to A. J. Gun
nell, secretary of the company, at the of
fice of the company, room 1, 151 South
Main street. J. F. DUNN,
Salt Lake City. Utah. Sept. 6. 10L
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's office, Salt Lako City,
Utah Aug. 31, 1904.
Notico Is hereby given that the Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
by H. G. McMillan, Its secretary, who30
postofflce address Is Salt Lake City. Utah,
has niado application, in accordance with
the requirements of chapter 100 of the
Session Laws of Utah, ISO?, to appropriate
sixteen and seven-tenths (1C.7) second
feet of tho water flowing In Big Cot
tonwood creek. In Salt Lake county, Utah,
to bo diverted by means of a ditch, flume
and pipe at a point on said creek from
which tl3 quarter-section corner at the
southeast corner of the southwest quar
ter of section 2C township 2 south, rango
3 east. Salt Lake base and meridian, bears
north 25 degrees 15 minutes east SSG feet
distant, also from a spring tfranch at a
point from where said quarter-section
corner bears north 15 degrees cast 912
feet distant c'ne ir.r.tlr-: Uans to turn
the water of said spring branch into said
creek at the point of diversion first abovo
described), from where the commingled
water will be conveyed through a ditch,
ilume and pipe for a distance of about
2S00 feet, and there bo used from Jan
uary 1st to December 31st of each year
for developing power to propel mining or.d
milling machinery at the Old Kvorgrein
mill site, in the southwest quarter cf
said section 26. After having been so
diverted and used the water will bo re
l turned to Hie natural channel of Big
I Cottonwood creek at a point from which
tho southeast corner of said section 26
bears pouii 43 degrees 30 minutes east
23S0 feet dlutant.
All protests against the granting of said
api'iii-auim, otating the reasons therefor,
must be made by affidavit and filed In
this ofnee after thirty (30) days and be
fore sixty (CO) days from the date here
Of. A. F. DOREMUS.
First publication, Aug. 31; last." Sept. .TO.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Slate Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City
Utah. Sept. 2, 1904. "
Notice Is hereby given that James J.
Chambers, whose postofflce address 13 350
Broadway. New York city. N. Y., has
mado application in accordance with tho
icquircments of chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate ten (10)
second feet of the water Mowing In Little
Cottonwood creek, in Salt Lako county
Utah, to bo diverted by means of a dam
and pipe at a point on the South fork of
said Little Cottonwood creek about two
miles south of Its Junction with tho main
stream, from where the water will be con
eyed through a plno for a distance of
ubout 10.000 feet, and thero be used from
January 1st to December 31st, inclusive
of each year for developing power for
electric lighting and for propelling ma
chincry at mines, smelters and numnlnir
plants in Salt Lake valley After having
been so diverted and used the water will
be returned to the natural channel of Lit
tle Cottonwood creek at tho confluence of
cald South fork stream with said creek
All nrotests against the granting of said
application, stating the reasons therefor
must be made by affidavit and filed In
thl office afrer thirty (aO) days and be
fore sixty M) duys from the date hereof
t. :- TL.D0.flEML?s- State Engineer:
First publication, Sept. 2; last. )ct. 2
PROBATE AND OaSR
Consjlt County Clerk n, tJB&
nlgnco for lurtnerTntcMa1?!
NOTICE OP SALE 03? jjffc
By Mrtue of an order
September, 1904. the unilMr
at prlvato sale tho fniiMl
real estate, to W ' r1IowlW
Commencing at a point d
C.?0Uoth,east corner of "ot s 9
'C Sa t Lake Cliv ?W
thence west 7 rod3 thW
rods; thence west 2f rods-?h.eJf
feet 10 inches: thence east '
Also commencing 10 rod Jlfi
southeast corner of said I lVl
Plat "C." Salt Lake City illMl
thenco west 10 rod; thence rf
thence cast 10 rods' thence nS
to tho place of beginning n
Also commencing at a nmB
block 1. Five-acre plat "A rS1
voy, running thence east Wie SBl
Eouth. 4.35 rods: thence "utW
thence north 4.3G rods to thoi M
ginning, suhject to rlsht JH!
tho east II feet thereof. iflJ
Tho snlo will bo made on V
day, the 30th day of SepteinkJ
o'clock m . at tho office of rSJ
man, attorney, No, 32 South W
street. Salt Lako City. Utah
be received by tho undcrairaB
place. Terms of sale ca3h' "SW
each mim bid must accompaafl
nnd tho sale or sales will SIB
confirmation by said court dH
Dated September 16. 19i jfl
G. H. Backman. AttoraeyTftJ4'
NOTICE OP SAIJ
In tho Third Judicial Dl2
Probato division, in and far"
county. Utah. In tho matter?
tate of Amanda M, Pierce 0
Under authority of an ord
granted by tho above-named ct
2nd day of September, UL 1
private sale tho following de
estate, to wit ,
The north half of lot 8, block 1
Salt Lako City survey, sltuat
Lako City, Utah. The sale
on Monday, the 20th day of Ea
12 m.. at the office of G H. Bi
torney. No. 32 South East Tm
Salt Lake City. Utah, and b
received by the undersigned atf
Terms of sale, cash, 10 per c
sum bid must accompany eac
the sale will be subject to th
tion of said court. v j
. , ADAMS
Executor under tho last will:
ment of 'said Amanda M. ;
ceased. . :
G. H. Backman. Attorney fot
Trade Dollar Extension Mb!
pany. Location of principal p!&
2-lt Lake City.- Utah.
Notice Is hereby given tbsi-s
lng of tho board of directors of
pany, held on tho loth day of S
1901, an assessment of ten (T.10);
sharo was levied on the ontstati
tnl stock of this corporation, p
mediately to tho secretary, atS
room No. 100 David Keith ball
Lake City. Utah. Any atock'u
this assessment shall remalni
tho ISth day of October. 15-J1, ;t
llnqucnt and advertised for sat
11c auction, and unless paymch
before, will be cold on the 9th 6
vember. 1904. at 2 o'clock p. m
flee of tho company, room Xo-J
Keith building. Salt Lako City,
pay tho delinquent assresmenl
with the costs of advertising, an
of sale. E. G. KIT
Salt Lake City Utah. Septeral!
First publication. September.'
Last publication October IS, l!
UNION PACIPIC RAILEOJ
The annual meeting of tho su
of Union Pacific Railroad con
bo held at the offlca of the
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tue
ber 11 1901. at 12 o'clock noon, fo
tlon of fifteen directors of the;
and for the transaction of s
business as may legally come
meeting. , . jt
Tho books for the transfer
(both conimor. and preferred!
closed for tho purposes oMneti
tho close of business on wedM
gust 31. 1904, and will be row
o'clock a. m. on Wednesday, rC
1901. ALEX. MILLAR. 9
Dated August 22. 1904.
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