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I I Mines and Prospects Furnaces and MMsJ
I Running Lines
I for Alta Tramway
II "Will Extend a Distance of Five Miles
Dl From Continental Mines to
i the Concentrator.
I! The survey for the long: aerial tram
over which the milling ores of the Con-
tinental mines at Alta will pass to the
concentrator In Tanner's Flat Is now
I In progress and with characteristic dll
lj lgence the raising of the towers will
follow next week, said Manager Crow
ther. who returned from camp yester
day. The tramway, which will span a
distance of nearly five miles In Its
stretch between the properties and the
plant, will be the longest In the State,
and not only shall It be made to serve
the requirements of the Continental
company itself, but the needs of the
neighbors and those who shall make
connection with It at Intermediate sta
tions. As a means of transportation
I at Alta Its significance is greater, ln
I deed, than anything that has been un-
dcrtaken, as It will span the Interval
between tho summit and the flat, which
Is annually swept by snowslides, nnd
during which period a camp of con
stantly increasing wealth has been iso
lated. The management of the Contl-
nental feels that it Is possible under
energetic endeavor to complete the
I tram In ninety days. At all events ef-
fort will be made to demonstrate that
I It can be done within that period.
Meanwhile the survey for the powcr-
line has been completed with orders for
' over -5000 feet of pipe to be placed im-
mediately, while at the mlllslte all the
lumber Is on the ground, as Is the me
f tallic roofing, the management cxpect
l Ing to have the plant under cover In
i the next ten days. In the achievement
g of all that has been projected In the
N plan of equipment the management Is
N prepared to expend not less than
$125,000, this alone a splendid expres-
flon of confidence not only In the cn
8 durance of the company's own re
n sources, but in those of the entire
I AT GALENA KING.
New Ore Body in Stockton Property
a Powerful One.
Upon the new channel of ore recent
ly opened up by the management of the
Galena King, Stockton, the drift has
' now extended for a distance of more
than 100 feet, the cross-cuts which
have been made upon It revealing a
width of at least eighteen feet with
overv pound of the rock coming to the
smelter. The development Is one of the
most remarkable that has been record
ed In the old camp In many years, and
while there are more powerful demon
strations of the camp's great wealth,
they are In localities where develop
ment has been more extensive. To ln-
tercept the phann61 100 feet below the
present stope the 900-foot Iovel 13 now
I belrig extended. To reopen a channel
on the cast, which was productive of
much wealth at the surface, a cross
H cut Is now being extended from the 300
jj foot station In the incline, and that re
sults there will be equally satisfactory
the management has no doubt what
ever. Meanwhile the ores from the
west channel are netting the company
about $1200 per carload, and of which
ore three cars are now at the sampler.
I AT COMSTOCK MILL.
Plant Is Again in Active Operation
and Product Coming.
The Miner, telling of the week at Park
City, says- The Comstock mill was start
ed up this week and It Is putting through
a concentrate worth $33 to 540 per ton.
Only about twelve tons per day are put
through at present, aa the ore has to be
hoisted by hand, but ns soon as the steam
hoist Is running they will naturally In
crease the output.
Manager D. B. Turner returned Tuesday
from his five-months visit to Scotland and
tho East. He stated that money is diffi
cult to get for "WcBtcrn Investment Just
now, and It took him longer to raise the
necessary amount for the development of
the West Qulncy than it otherwise would,
but he was successful and development
work will be proceeded with as rapidly as
Word received from Manager "West, who
has charge of the property of the Park
City Co-operative Mining and Develop
ment company near Croydon. In Echo can
yon, coveys somo encouraging Informa
tion. Work Is being pushed steadily on
tho tunnel. Which Is making for a point
about 00 feet below the crown of tho
mountain. The, tunnel Is following the
vein proper, and at every Hhot traces of
copper aro brought down. When depth
has been obtained there Is little doubt but
what a big body of low-grado copper will
I CAME FROM DUGWAY.
Much Lead and Copper Ore Exposed
in Deep Creek Camp.
Having completed his examination of
properties and prospects at Dugway, In
the Deep Creek country, George Z.
' Edwards, the expert mining man and
for so many years the general super
intendent of Con. MercUr, came In from
that region yesterday to report to his
clients. With transportation, Dugrway
ought to be made very productive, said
Mr. Edwards, and to get that he sug
gests more systematic work on the
properties. He found many exposures
of lead running, It Is claimed, quite
well up In silver, and not a little cop
per in the locality. What the railway
builder exacts, however, Is proof of
tonnage, as well as permanence, and
as soon as these exactions are com
plied with he has no doubt that a road
will be pushed into Dugway and Its
H READ IT! READ IT! READ IT!
Hj The Semi-Weekly.
Those people living away from the
railroads in the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out the United States, who are lnter
ested In the exciting and hislory-
making, anti-church domination cam
paign now under way in Mormon lands,
should subscribe for The Salt Lake
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at ?1.G0 per
J year in advance.
DAT ON 'CHANGE.
Week Begins With tho Market Ex
hibiting Increased Strength.
The week on tho mining exchange op
ened with the sale of 1S.95Q shares of
stock for '$2U4.G3. and with the markot
perceptibly strengthened, notwithstand
ing the lack of star performers. May
Day was the moro ucilvo nmong tho
traders and sold readily around 7 cents,
with the shorts finding plenty of takers
P to 7ic. while Uncle Sam. that had
been crippled In tho fire, rallied on good
reports frqm Its lodges and closed on
transfers at 20Vio Sacramento was
strong and In good domand around HUo,
with Cirlsa maintaining a firm stand at
OJic, while Columbus Con., with which
tho talent had been taking some liberties,
sprinted to $1.3SVj with Yankoo Con.
chanclnc hnnds at 34c. In the sparring
Daly West was bid up to Jl'1.60. with J4
bid for Grand Contral and S1.C0 for Horn
Silver, while Victoria was again eagerly
sought around SI and Mammoth at $1 45,
the day closing on tho following mar
ket: I A. M. ji P. M.
I Bid. A8ked. Hid. lAslcod.
AJax $ .00 $ .12 $ M 1$ .12
Alice . ., 20 .45 &Q
Roston Coh.. C.12t C.25
Bullion - B.. 1.00 1.70 1.00 1.70
Beck Tun. . .05
But. - Lib... .0914 .10 -09V1 Wi
Carlsa 09 .10 .00 .lO
Century . .. .3GU -3S T .37 .3'J
Creole '. .35 33
Con. Morcur .30 .35 .30 .35
Daly 2.1714 1 2,17". 2. CO
Daly - Judg 4.25 4.50 4.25 4.P0
Daly West . 13.50 14.25 14. W
R. & B. Bell .50 GO
Galena 02 OS.
Grand C. ... 4.00 4.50 3.02V& 1.10
Goldfd Bon. .04i OiVi .07
Hn. Sliver 1.23 1.30
Jim Butler S5
J. Bowers -.OlVi OUi
Lit. Chief .. .01 .01 .01 01Vj
U Mam'th.. ,07 ,17 .OSVt 17
Mon. - Ton.. l.SG 2.00 1.S6
Mam'th . ... 1 45 1.62V- 1.42V& 1.70
May Day ... .06?i .07 " .07 07
McXamarn . .32 .3S I
New York .. .02 .01 .03 .03
Ontario . ... 3. SO 3-30
S. Swansea 07 07
Sac'to 14Vi .14i .14 .11
511. King 49.50 53.50 4S.00 54.00
Star Con 13 .14 .14 .11
Tonopuh . . 7.87 8.20 7.75
Tono. - Bel Co .53 .GO
Tetro 24. .27 .211', .20
Tono. - Mid ........ .45 .30 .50
U. S 20.12 21.25 20.00
U. S. Con. .. .19 .Ws -20 .20
Utah 45 .4G
Victoria , ... 1.00 1.23 1.00, ,
Victor 01 01 J
Yank. Con... .32 .34 34
Sacramento. 100 at 14c: GCO at 14Vic.
Uncle Sam Con.. 1000 at 1914c; 10C0 at
10 '4c; GOO at 19c.
Yankoo Con., 200 at 34c.
Shares sold. 4300.
Selling value. $035.13.
Oarisn, COO at 9)4c.
May Day, 400 at CTfec.
Shares sold, 500.
Selling value, $70.23.
May Dav, C0O0 at 7c.
Uncle Sam, E00 at 20c; 500 at 20'tc
Shares .sold, 4000.
Selling value, $111.23.
Columbus Con.. 200 at $1.3S; 50 at
May Day, 2000 at 7c; 5000 at 7c. seller
thirty days, 10C0 at 7c. seller five days;
1000 at 7c. seller five days.
Uncle Sam. 500 at 20Vio.
Shares sold, 9750
Selling value, $302.
Nevada Stock Sales.
Siturday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded as thoy fol
low: Jumbo. 1500 at S0Tj75c; MacNamara,
1400 at 37ifj'40c; Montana-Tonopoh, 200 at
$1 S3, sellers five and thirty days; Red
Top. 1100 at 17c; Gold Mountain. 2200 at
15'lfic; Midway, 1200 at 373Cc; Tonopah,
200 at $S.12.
Ores and Bullion.
Tn the ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $U2,E00, McCor
nlck & Co. reporting them as they follow
American bullion. $39,000, gold bullion,
JD400; gold, silver, lead and copper ores,
In the metal market silver ruled at 57
cents an ounce, lead at J3.50JT-I 20 per hun
dred poundB. and casting copper at 12
cents a pound.
New High Level in Boston.
Special to The Tribune,
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 2C The activity
that started In the copper oharcs late last
week was continued through today. Prices
for the various active Issucb were decid
edly strong, many Issues reaching a new
high level for the recent advance. The
leaders were almost neglected and failed
to reflect the activity and strength of the
balanco of the list. The tone Is good, but
traders are Inclined to take profits This
cnused a slight reaction In the late after
noon, but final prices were above those of
Saturday. Hornblower & Weeks, brokers,
53 State Btrcct. Boston, and 10 Wall street,
Now York, furnish the following quota
tions. Sales. High. Low. Close.
Arnold 900 $5S.37 $5S.OO $ ....
Blnghnm 900 26.S7 2C.73 2G.S7
Daly West 150 11.50
Mcrcur 32 .30
Utah 1,230 41.00 40.75
U. S 717 20.73 10.25 20.50
Curb BoBton. $0.506.62.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 20. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Andes $ .19 Justice 09
Belcher .... .31 Mexican ... '....1.00
B. & Belcher, . 1.10 Occidental Con,. .73
Bullion 23 Ophlr ... ...... 2.30
Caledonia 61 Overmnn 19
Chollar 21 Polosl 10
Confidence 75Seg Belcher 11
C Cal & Va .... l.lO.Savago 19
Con. Imperial .. .01 Sierra Nevada.. .32
Crown Point 14 Silver Hill ,4g
Kxcheuuor .... ,52 Union Con to
Gould & Cnrrle.. .22 Utnh Con 12
IT. & Norcross. . .(H'Ycllow Jacket... .21
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con... S .20 Little Chief 03
Alice 40 Ontario 3.W
Brceee 14 Ophlr 2.15
Brunswick Cor.. .OS Phoenix . lrt
Comstock .Tun. lOPotosi . "14
C Cal & Va l.OoSavngo ... ,. 28
Horn Silver ... 1.50 Sierra Nevada... S
Iron Silver ... .1.75 Small Hopes 25
Lcadvlllo Con .. .02 Standard , l.&o
BOSTON MINING STOCKS
Adventure .. .$ 3 25 Michigan ... . G 23
Alloucz 14.75 Mohawk 45.50
Amalgam 57.87 Mont C Sc C. 5.00
Amor Zinc .... 11.75 Old Dominion., 16.87
Atlantic 14.00 Oscoolo 80.00
Bingham 25 50 Parrot 23 CO
Calumet &. Hecla Qulncv. bid. . rK
.... $510QG15.00 Shannon .fio
Centennial ,. . 27.25 Tamarack ...115,00
Copper R G7.25 Trinity ....... C S7
Dally West ... 14.00 U S Mining .. 0,50
Dominion C .. 57 75 U S Oil 11 00
Franklin S 00 Utah 50
Grancy , , 3.00 Victoria , 4.00
Islo Royalo . . 21.62 Winona 9. CO
Mass Mining.. 4.50 Wolverine .... SS.W
Royal Bread is pure, every loaf beara
our label with the crown. At all
tjrocera and lirsfc-claBS restaurants.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern. Palmer House.
DENVER Brown Palnce.
KANSAS CITY Midland; Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Angelus. B. I'.
Gardner. 303 Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Astor House. . ,
OMAHA The Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST LOUIS Planters', Southorn,
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
To Have Smeller
Management of tho U. S. Company
Directed to Proceed at Once
With the equipment of the Mammoth
group of copper and gold-bearing mines
In Shaeta county, Co.l., which la charac
terized by those who have made an In
ventory of Its resources as an asset
prospectively, as big as any about which
the United States Mining company of
Utah has wound Its selfish embrace, the
management will proceed at once. To
that end Albert F. Holdcn, the com
pany's managing director, who came In
from the North again yesterday morn
.lng, will leave for the company's latest
acquisition next week, accompanied by
George K. Fischer, the company's me
chanical engineer, and Frederick Lyon,
Its chief engineer. A alie selected, the
management will, without delay, pro
ceed with the construction of a smeller
which shall enable It to reduce 500 tono
of ore dally, while to economically move
this output between the mines and
smelter a tramway three miles In length
will be constructed. The smelter will
be not unlike those now operating In
Salt Lake valley with pyrltlc methods
to prevail and with the product to con
sist of pig copper, such as ls.ues from
the valley plants. The work, dispatched
in a manner that has characterized the
management of tho. United States com
pany In Its local undertakings, it should
begin to add to its earnings the wealth
of Its California acquisition, over which
there has long been so much rivalry,
less than a year hence.
Mr. Holden, of whom an expression
on the mines and their merits was
sought on his return to town yesterday,
while refusing, positively, to go into de
tails or to divulge the contents of re
ports made by him and others long be
fore It wits" conceived that the Mammoth
would be added to the United States
corhpany'a cotatys, said that the pur
chasing company's earnings would, no
doubt, be vastly Increased. More than
this, Mr. Holdcn declined to say.
Local Interests In the same region,
Including the owners of the Balaklala
group of mines, that are to soon be pro
vided with similar equipment, do not
hesitate to discuss the Mammoth as one
of the leviathans of that locality, the
metallic contents of Its ores, that oc
cur in large volume, exceeding the ave
rage In a district from which many
millions are pouring annually. It looks
as If Interests In the United States Mi
ning company had earned another
shower of congratulations, although
Utah will decline to believe Its Western
acquisition any greater than those It
posbesses In this State.
Good Words on Bingham.
Discussing tho Utah list of stocks on the
Bouton market, Corey. MUUkon & Co., In
their letter, say.
"Tho stock market during tho past
month, has amply Justified our prediction
that Utah Consolidated when selling at
$30 would pnas to much higher figures.
While wo believe that Utah has not yet
seen Its best prices, we would like to call
the attention of our clients to Bingham
Consolidated, an adjoining property,
which Is destined to mike a name for
"The Bingham Con. Is earning today,
from three stacks In operation at tho
smelter, about $1000 per day net Tho
statement that dividends may be expected
this year Is without foundation, as tho
management Is determined to make Its
treasury strong In cash before making
any disbursements to stockholders. It
has recently sold $1,000,000 of C per cent
convertible bonds at a good price. th9 pro
ceeds of which have been expended In the
purchase of valuable properties whereby
tho company Is Independently situated, so
far as relates to the supplies of slllclous
"The Bingham copper camp Is Just In Its
Infancy and there arc many well-lpcatcd
properties In that district which arc des
tined to become factors In the American
production of copper. The Bingham has
a capable, conservative buslness-llkc man
agement and has not fully responded to
tho recent general Improvement In tho
copper Bhare market. It Is duo for a rise."
UNCLE SAM'S LOSS.
President of Company Confident
Damage Will Not Exceed S3500.
President John Dern, who has been
making an Inventory of losses Incurred
by the recent fire at tho Undo Sam of
Tintlc, came up from camp again yes
terday morning with the comforting as
surance that certainly they will not
exceed $3500. To rehabilitate the en
gine but $200 will be required, while the
boilers have been but slightly dam
aged. It will not be necessary to re
tlmber moro than 135 feet of the shaft,
while the building and nil repairs
uhould be completed within thirty days.
His findings wore submitted to the di
rectors at a meeting during the after
noon, and with their concurrence tho
work will be dlBpatched.
Meanwhile the concentrator Is being
supplied with ores from tho Crandall
level and the dump, while the lessees
have been recording the most gratify
ing discoveries in Humbug ground.
While the damage by fire is regretted
by President Dern, he appreciates the
improved condition under ground.
40y&Cf $2.60 to S4.00
1.00 to 3.00. '
Mi i at a Cos!
First Unit in tho Copper Company's
Plant Now Completed With
Others to Follow.
At a cost of $300,000 tho first unit in
the equipment of the Utah Copper com
pany's stupendous enterprise at Bing
ham has now been perfected, said Man
ager D. C. Jackllng on his arrival from
the mill In Bingham canyon yester
day morning, work on tho remainder
to be Inaugurated next spring, when
five of the capacity of the present will
be added. With these .additional units
the plant In Bingham canyon, which
has done so much to emphasize the re
sources of the great camp of copper,
the company will have boon equipped
for the reduction of approximately
4000 tons of ore dally, the auxiliary
concentrator to be at a point this side
of the lake, where water rights that
will enable the company to reduce U000
tons daily have been acquired. As
planned by the management the plant,
with the additional units, will bo a
most Imposing structure. To the pres
ent bnltery of Wllficy tables will have
been added at least 200 to the battery
of vanners no fewer than 300 a stu
With the present unit Manager Jack
llng says he :ias no doubt that Super
intendent Janney will In October show
a reduction of 18,000 tons of ore, with
over thirty carloads of concentrates, the
metallic contents of which are among
the most astonishing features of the
remarkable campaign on the copper
bearing zone at Bingham. The com
pany and the experienced gentlemen
constituting Its staff are to be congrat
ulated upon the splendid results
achieved In so short a time. Certainly
no undertaking has done more to ac
centuate the merits of Bingham.
TO INSTALL NEW MILL.
Will Hnndlo Custom Ore for Treat
ment as Well as Company's Ore.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov., Sept. 26. The now
tunnel of the Blue Bird, one of tho Call
ente Gold Mining company's claims, locat
ed here, Is now In forty foot on the freo
gold ledgo, cross-cut for twelve foot In
tho old shaft. It Is understood that a
mill will be Installed nt tho mine early
next year, which will not only handle the
output of the company's mine, but also
tnke custom ore for treatment. This
means tha beginning of a now and pros
perous era In mining for not only Call
ento but all the free gold mines -west of
hero as far as tho State line of Nevada.
Charles Fennor locator and part own
er of the Last Chance claim, forty-six
miles northwest of Callente, reports hav
ing struck a twenty-six foot lodgo of
very rich silver-lead ores last week, carry
ing values In native sliver and lead car
bonates, Samples have today been sent
to Salt Lake City for assay.
Joe Bullock, half owner of tho Nevor
Sweat 7 gold-silver claim, twenty-eight
miles north of Moapa, has forty tons of
JC8.50 ore sacked anil ready for shipment.
He has 210 feet of shafts and a 3G0 foot
tunnel completed on four feet of ore.
Hyams and Troy, San Francisco capital
ists, who employed Pete Loveland, an ex
perienced prospector, to look up locations
along the Colorado nnd Virgin rivers last
May, have bought out Loveland's Inter
ests In tho Mayflower group of gold
claims on Virgin river for $5,030.
Jerry Whltcomb and Ed Flndlay, own
ers of the Cuban group of gold-silver
claims, north of Moapa, have received
returns from samples sent to Salt Lake
last week for assay of $18 gold and 146
ounces silver per ton, tho ore having
been taken from a three and a half foot
ledgo cross cut In a 180 foot tunnel at a
depth of about 100 feet.
Albion Ore Bodies Being Rapidly Re
leased From Element.
The old Wellington shaft on the prop
erties of the Albion Mining company
at Alta, from which so much wealth
was raised In former days, Is being
rapidly unwatered, said Alex Colbath,
superintendent of the Qulncy, who was
down from camp during the day, and
in very short time the extraction - of
ore from long submerged bodies should
be resumed. As Is well known to many
there was a large amount of ore ex
posed In that territory that the pump
ing of water rendered unprofitable,
and to drain these the company de
cided on the long tunnel through
which tho. waters are now gushing.
At the Emma and Flagstaff work has
been suspended, although tho tunnel
was cleaned out and some retlmberlng
done under the contract with the own
ers of thorn.
Mr. Colbath would not discuss con
ditions underground nt the Alta Qulncy,
which has been temporarily deprived of
power owing to a slight accident at
the Columbus Con's, plant, from which
It Is derived under contract.
AROUND OLD WARREN.
Sale of the 0. K. Group Work by
f ,E1 Frieda Company.
John Downall, president, and Walter
Dudley, superlntcdcnt of El Frieda
Mining company, whoso properties are
twelve miles northwest of Warren, arrived
In the city Tuesday afternoon from , the
mines. Tho gentlemen camo out to pur
chase necessary supplies, etc., to enable
them to puBh operations all winter long,
says the Signal of Wclscr. Ida. Mr.
Downall states that work will be carried
on all winter. As soon as Superintendent
Dudley returns to the mines and neces
sary arrangementa are completed, work
will be vigorously prosecuted In the tun
nel and crosscuttlng.
Mr. Downall states that tho O. K.
group, which Is located near El Frieda
property, and owned by a man named Al
len, has been bonded to Warren parties
for $5000, with a payment of $1000 down,
By tho terms of the bond $300 must bo ex
pended per month In development for a
period of two years. The tunnel Is now
In 250 feet, which shows up a splendid
lodge of free-mllllnc ore, running $11 per
ton all through. Tho lessees will prose
cute operations In the tunnel and run
MR. WHITLEY RETURNS.
Manager of the American's Furnaces
Again in the Saddle.
After a pilgrimage that extended Into
the lakes of Canada, Manager Charles
Asthma and Hay Fever Cured
Tho truly marvelous euros of Asthma
which aro bolug ofrected by Dr. Schift
mann's Asthma Curo certainly call fo'
Rov. G. L. Taylor, ol Washburn, 111.,
eays: "Sonio 7 yoar3 ago my vife used
eovoral packages of your Asthma Cure
which resulted In a permanent euro."
AlIayFovcr sufferer writes: "Ihavo
boon a sufferer from llay Fever for ovci
20 yoars, and It scorned harder ovcry yoar.
Tho first night I used your Asthma Curo
I was greatly roliovcd. It cured my cough
after using a fow tluic9. 1 shall rocom
mond It to all sufforcrs of llay Fovor."
Mrs. TdarthaSlmorson. Lalngburg, Mich.
Sold by till druggists at 50c and $1.00.
Send 2c stamp to Dr. R, Schlffmann, Box
8D3, St. Pr-ul, Minn., for a froo trial
W. Whitley of the American Smelting
and Refining company returned to his
desk during the day and prepared for
any obligation the producer shall Im
pose upon him. He did not leave his
desk for the purpose of conferring with
the officials of the company In New
York, but avoided business, and until
his correspondence has been Inquired
into will not. have learned what dis
posal has been made of his requisitions
for two additional furnaces at the Mur
lay plant. With the result of observa
tions at tho St. Louis fair Manager
Whitley was very much pleased.
Within the next forty-eight hours
connection will have boon made with
the big bodies of copper-bearing ore
that Is to go, under contract, to tho
United States smelter, through the new
tunnel, said Manager Joseph yesterday.
To lay the tracks will require ten days,
and with the shoots established active
extraction will follow. It means much
to Carlsa Interests.
j E. Darmer, manager of tho May Day
of Tintlc, has roturned from camp much
pleased with conditions underground at
Zera Snow, manager of the Ladd Metals
company's smelter In Idaho, was In town
again yesterday Interviewing the local
Manager Yundt of the Emerald has re
turned from that Tintlc proposition.
L. A. Amsden, mnnager of the Yankee
Con., was back at the general offices yes
terday, after an Inspection of the prop
erties. Manager MacVlehlo of tho Bingham
Con., leaves for Bingham this morning,
via tho smelter.
Tho Mammoth of Tintlc marketed 100
tons of ore yesterday on controls showing
jlO.50 gold, with 5 ounces silver per ton.
Among the day's receipts at tho Ameri
can smelter were five carloads of hlgh
grado ore from Tonopah.
Herman Greene, cashier for the Bing
ham Con., bus gone to his old home In De
troit. Mich., accompanied by his wife and
Ben T. Lloyd has returned after an In
spection of his interests In Beaver county.
Tho management of tho South Swansea
of Tintlc has another consignment of ore
at the smelter.
Morris M. Johnson, mine managor on tho
Newhouse staff, has returned after an ab
rence of two weeks at the Fox ranch, out
of Sodavllle, Ida.
The shareholders In tho Bingham Cop
per Boy Mlulng company left for camp
yesterday morning to Inquire Into the
progress of work and results accom
plished since last they saw the properties.
J. J. Burke, tho mechanical engineer,
has goho Into Idaho, where he Is superin
tend I ngtholnstallatloiiofa 1
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PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
W W. 2nd South. 'Phones 75S.
QUINCY JUNIOR MINING COM
PANY. Principal pla:o of business, Salt Lako
City, Utah. Notice of annual and special
meeting of stockholders.
Notlco Is hereby given that the annual
mooting of tho stockholders of tho "Qulncy
Junior Mining company," a corporation
organized and existing under tho laws of
tho State of Utah, with Its principal placo
of business at Salt Lako City, Utah, as
provided In tho articles of Incorporation of
said company, will bo held at tho
cenoral office of said company, ut
room No. ICO. In tho David Keith
building. being Nos. 212 to ISO
South. East Temple street. In tho City of
Salt Lake. State of Utah, on Wednesday,
the 5th day of October, 1MI. at 11 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day, for tho pur
pose of transacting such buslnrss as may
lawfully come before said annual meeting.
And notlco Is hereby further given that
a special meeting of tho stockholders of
oli Qulncy Junior Mining company la
hcrobv called and will bo held at the same
time and placo hereinbefore stated, for
aald annual meeting, for tho purpose of
vrng upon and determining whether tho
unices of incorporation of said company
nhall bo amended by adding thereto an
artlclo to stand and bo anlclo No. 7, as
"The prlvato property of the stockhold
ers shall not be liable tor tho debts or ob
ligations of the corporation,"
And In case said proposition shall bo
addpted to so amend said articles, then
and In that case to authoriso and direct
the officers of this company to make tho
necessary certificates required by law and
take any and al! steps necessary to effec
tuato said amendment.
Dated, Salt Lake City, September 5, 10O1.
"W. V. RICE, President.
W. W. ARMSTRONG, Secretary. aCOO
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Tho annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Rio Grande Western Railway
company will bo hold at tho principal
office of tho company In Salt Lako City.
Utah, on Monday, October 24, 1901, at 12
o'clock noon, for thu election of members
of the board of directors of tho cor pany
and the transaction of such othr, busi
ness as may bo brought before IV meet
ing. Tuu boo'KS lor tho transfer of stock will
bo cloaeu at 3 o'clock p. in. on October
3rd, liKM, and will bo opened Oi tho day
following said meeting or tho final ad
STEPHEN LITTLE, Sccrctary
September 21st, 1W4. alTM
I PR03ATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk cr resnoctlvo
lgneis for lurtner mioriiiutlon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Luke coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Soohla Anderson, deceased.
The petition of Shorman Andorfion, ad
ministrator of tho oatalo of Sophia An
derson, doceascd, praylnc for an order
of salo of real property of said deceased,
and that all persons Interested appear
boforo tho said court to show cauBO why
an ordor should not be granted to sell
so much as shall be necessiu-y of tho fol
lowlnc described real ostato of said de
ceased, towlt: An undivided one-half In
terest In lot S. block 1C. flvc-acro plat
" A." Big Flold survey. Salt Lake coun
ty, Utah, has boon sot for hearing on
Friday, tho 7lh day of Octobor, A. D
1001, at 10 o'clock a, m. at tho county
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
court, In -Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
county, Utah. , ,
"SMtnesfl the clork of said court, with
tho ccal thereof affixed, this 2Clh day of
Seplombcr, A. D. 100 f. JOHN JAMES,
By Helena A. Mcintosh, Deputy Ciork.
N. J. Shcckoll. Attorney for Peti
NOTICE OF SALE OF READ ES
TATE. In tho Third Judicial District court, pro
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Utah. In lh& matter of tho estate of
Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased.
By vlrtuo of nn order of sale granted by
tho above-named court on tho 10th day of
Scptomber. 15H. tho undersigned will sell
at prlvato salo tho following-describee
real estate, to wit.
Commencing at a point 10 feet north of
tho southeast corner of lot S. block 49. plat
"C," Salt Lako City ourvcy, running
thenco west "V6 rods; thence south 2
rods; thenco west 2,i rods? thence north 3t
feet 10V Inches: thenco cast 10 rods; thenco
south 64 feet 10& Inches to tho placo of be
ginning. Also commencing 10 rods north of tho
aouthoast corner of said lot S, block -19.
plat "C." Salt Lake City survey, running
thenco west 10 rods: thence south lVi rods;
thenco oast 10 rods; thenco north lVi rods
to the plncc of beginning.
Also commencing at a point 16.05 rods
south of tho northwest corner of lot 8,
block 1. Five-acre plat "A." Big Field sur
vey, running thenco east lO.Gfi rods: thenco
south, 4.35 rods; thenco west 10.56 rods;
thence north 4.35 rods to tho place of be
ginning, BUbJect to a right of way over
tho east 14 feet thereof.
The salo will bo mndo on or after Fri
day, the 30th day of September, 1901, at 12
o'clock m.. at the office of G. H. Back
man, attorney. No. 32 South East Temple
street. Salt Lake City, Utah, and bids will
bo received by tho undersigned at suld
placo. Terms of salo cash; 10 per cent of
each aura bid must accompany oach bid,
and tho sale or sales will bo subject to
confirmation by said court.
Dated September 1C. 1904.
ROBERT A. URE.
G. IT. Bockman. Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah
In tho matter of Joseph Woolsey. bank
rupt. No. 719 In bankruptcy Petition for
To the Honorable John A. Marshall.
Judge of the District court of the United
Stalc3 for tho District of Utah- Joseph
Woolsey of Murray, in the county of Salt
Lake and Stato of Utah. In said district,
respectfully represents that on tho 10th
day of June Inst past, he was duly ad
judged bankrupt under the acts of Con
gress relating to bankruptcy; that he hns
duly surrendered all his property and
rights of property, and ban fully coitk
plied with all the requirements of said
acts and of tho orders of the court touch
ing his bankruptcy.
Wherefore ho prays that ho may be
decreed by the court to havo n full dis
charge from all debts provablo against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cepts such debts as. aro excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 2Gth day of September, A.
D. 1504. JOSEPH WOOLSEY.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
District of Utah.
On this 2Cth day of September, A. D
1004, "on reading the foregoing petition It
Is ordered by the court, that a hearing
be had upon the same On the 11th day of
October. A. D. 19ul. before said court at
Salt Lako City, In said district, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon; and that notice
thereof be published In Tho Salt Lako
Tribune, a newspaper printed In said
district, and that all known creditors and
other persons In Interest may appear at
tho said time and place and show cause.
If any they havo. why the prayer of the
said notltloner should not be granted.
And It Is further ordered by the court,
that tho clerk shall send by mall to all
known creditors copies of said petition
nnd this ordor, addressed to them at their
places of residence as stated
Witness tho Honorable John A. Mar
shall, Judue of tho said District court,
and the seal thereof, at Salt Lako City.
In said district, on the Gth day of Sop
tembor, A D. 1D0-1.
Seal of Court Attest:
JERROLD R. LETCHER. Clerk.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City,
Utah, dept. 2, 1904.
Notice Is hereby given that James J.
Chambers, whoso postofflco address Is 350
Broadway. New York city. N. Y., has
made application In accordance with tho
requirements of chapter :C0 of tho Session
Laws of Utah. 1903, to appropriate ten (10)
second feet of tho water flowing In Little
Cottonwood creek. In Salt Lako county.
Utah, to bo diverted by means of a dam
and pipe at a point on tho South fork of
said Llttlo .Cottonwood creek about two
mllco south of Its Junction with the main
stream, from where the water will bo con
veyed through a plpo for a distance of
about 10,000 feet, and there bo used from
January 1st to December 31st, inclusive,
of each year for developing power ror
electric lighting and for propelling ma
chinery at mines, smeltcra and pumplnc
plants In Salt Lako valley. After having
been so diverted and used tho water will
be returned to the natural channel of Lit
tle Cottonwood creek nt the confluence of
oald South fori; stream with said creok.
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons thorefor
must bo made by affidavit and filed In
this office aftor thirty (30) davs and be
fore sixty (oO) days from the dato hereof,
A- 1l-,.D0.Kjnjs- Slate Engineer.
First publication. Sept. 2: last, -Oct. 2
Consult Count' Clcrit or , mif
mgners for further ln?ormatloVe,ly 1
IN THE DISTRICT rnnnm WJ
bate Division, hi and for SaW?' 1
ty. Stato of Utah 11 t0
In tlio matter of tho nilnnM
tor Clarence Conarty" Minor v
The petition of w 111am FrJ.
arty and Mabel M. Con-iVrV antl !i
permission .-CI adopt WaVto?l til
Conarty a minor, has been art r9 1
ng on Friday the 30th day naf
bcr. A. D 1904. at ton 0 clock n3l
the county courthouse. In T tho'oo.Jil PA
of said court, in Salt Lako c21 iffl
Lako county. Utah. aK0 Clt. Q
Witness tho Clerk of mi V1
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DIJ
of Utah. Department No. 1 in ,
tor of the estato of Charles v '
deceased, notice w, Tbl
The petition of Martha J WalW ' . v
Ing for the admlaalon to prS
certain document, purporting t6 I 1
last will and tcotament of Chart ' c
Watson, deceased, and for the ? 55
of letters testamentary to Mft L col
Watson, has been set for hearine -day,
the 7th day of October 5
at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho county LFS
house, In tho courtroom of aaiVv 5t-f
in Salt Lako City, Salt like Z W
Utah. V 1
Witness tho Clork of aald Coii.fc rv.
tho seal thereof affixed. thtoMH
of September, A. D. 1904. Wl
(Seal.) JOHN JAME3. ClJ
David B. Davles. Deputy? jftoa
Bradley & PIschcl, Attorney &
tloner. j fdfv.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT P3
- i tf y
Hannapah Mining rend Smelting ffi
puny. Principal placo of busln2 I1,
Lake City, Utah. ne lrta1
Notlco Is hereby given that at a
Ing of the board of dlrcctdra of tS
napah Mining and Smelting coj ,n
held at tho office of tho company
Cth day of September. A. D. lu nn'i fe'ni
mcnt of one-half () cent per sha i&Wi
levied on tho capital stock of the & -k li
i-tlon Issued and outstanding, navai
mediately to W E. Block; secret
tho company, at his ofllce, &03 Doily tflcj
Salt Lake City, Utah. y;
Any stock upon which thin auei
may . remain unpaid on the 11th day i
tobcr, 1S0I, will bo delinquent and! m
Used for sale at public auction, and' U P
payment Is mado before will be ittlhl
the 27th day of October, l&Ol, ttf & Zkh
delinquent assessment, together iK
cost of advertising and expense of: "S35
n593 W. E. BLOCK. Sr? K9
NOTICE TO WATER TJSE1
State Engineer's office. Salt Livi
Utah, Aug. 31, 1904. fil!
Notice Is hereby given that thi (fees
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel con l
by H. G. McMillan, Its secretary,' - jjjl
postofflco address Is Salt Lako City, "H
has mado application, In accordant "nP
tho requirements of chapter 100 0 "iJPi
Session Laws of Utah, 190J, to appro
slxteon and seven-tenths (1C.7) n '
feet of tho water flowing In Blr " S
lonwood creek. In Salt Lako county " H
to bo diverted by means of a ditch.' "
and Pipe at a point on said creek '-
which the quarter-section corner; 4 -? L
southeast corner of the southwest1 -
ter of Fectlon 2G. township 2 soutn, ' -JP
3 cast. Salt Lake base and meridian.':
north 35 degrees 15 minutes cast EH -3
distant; also from a spring branch
point from where said quartern lSJpw
corner bears north 15 degrct3 ea
feet distant (the ii.ntlr?. Mas to -W
tho water of said spring branch Into
creek at the point of diversion urst i -tC
described), from where the coraml
water will bo conveyed through a 1 Arr,
tlume and pipe for a distance 6t '-,
2(0 feet, and thero be uoed from:; J9'
uarv 1st to December 31st of eaclv 'VS
for developing power to propel minim
milling machinery at the Old Kvflr, dpSs
mill site. In the southwest quarts lrilt
said section 26. After having be cStl
diverted and used the water will N Kf.M
turned to he natural channsl of ietd,
Cottonwood creek at a point froniri jjrfci
the southeast corner of said sedtfl n&g
bears souiK 43 degrees SO rolnules
23S0 feet dhitant. rp.
All protests against the crantlng ol c'rt
application, riitiinff the reasons thei
must be made by affidavit and flir
this offlco after thirty (30) days in
foro sixty (CO) days from the datet D
of A F DOREMU
2'.-t: Essla i,
First publication. Aug 31; Inst. Sfl
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD W
Annual Meeting. J,0
The annual meeting of the stockh . 7"?'
of Union Pacific Railroad ccrapanj g
bo held at the offlco of the Co npa
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday,:
bcr 11 190-1, at 12 o'clock noon, for till fetQ
lion of fifteen directors of the con
ond for the transaction of such. 3
business aa may logally come befof u
meeting. ... , (R"ft
The books for the transfer otr .
(both common, nnd preferred)
closed for tho purposes of the , mell Kd
tho close of business on Wednesday . u
gust 31. 1904, and will be reopened. 9
o'clock a. m. oh Wednesday, Octo; - .
1904 ALEX. MILLAR. Secret
Dated August 22. 1901. Ji
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND CJc
Annual Meeting. wj&J
The annunt mec:lng of 'he stoh"L8-i
of tho Union Padflc Land companM
be held at the oClce of tho
Salt Lake City,. Utah, on Tuesday .
11 1904. at 11 o'clock a. m , for the ec
of six director of the company. jugg
tho transaction o' such other bus H
may logal.ynu befog J
Dated August 3.. ISQ-t. "Whl
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