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page bix ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. ; tpebdat mmma, ooxgJ
Nines and Prospects Furnaces and Mills
Posts a Dividend;
j Records a Strike
J Another Sensational Development of
Ijj'jh "Wealth In Tintic Mines of
The regular dividend of 5 cent3 a share,
Mt or ?2O.O0O. will bo distributed by the Mam-
!i ; 1 moth Mining: company on October 15,
j' r when the total 3lnco tho date of resump-
h ' tlon on October 13 will have been In-
j ,i creased to ?S0,000. tho total slnco It was
j1- , added to the bread-winners to no lesa a
j x eum than Jl.920.000. Not as gratifying was
!' this anouncement by the board of dlrcc-
L.i tors during: the afternoon, however, as
; 1 wero the particulars of a new strike In
Vt tho old bonanza with which Samuel Mc
Intyrc, Jr.. Its superintendent, hud ar
rived on the morning train, the samples
of ore and the bar of bullion that had
y. boon fried from a handful of It affording;
' , j evidence of rock as sensational In Its con-
, tents as was that which has perpetuated
y tho prestige of tho old Betsy and Cun-
K j nlngham stopes, each of which was pro-
L 1 ductlvc of fortunes. Of the extent of tho
Si new ore body, not enough work has been
fit. , dono to determine, said Superintendent
Mclntyrc, nltholigh the ".streak" had been
(i followed up for several feet when he was
51. raised to the surface. A sample from tho
ht face showed as much as ISOO ounces sll-
ver, and while no test for gold was made,
hi there Is no doubt of Its presence. To In-
Jr quire Into It. President Mclntyro left for
Vi camp last night.
t At the mill, which went Into commission
p a week ago. lUty stnmpa are now pound-
F ji Ing the gold out of rock that Is averaging
V,1' about JIG per ton, tho first retort to to
I 1 , made next week, whllo tho concentrates
are showing a valuation of about $15 per
ton. The main shaft has been dropped
L(j down 130 feet since September 1 last, or
li to a depth of 2C30 feet excellent progress
''f while the next crosscut will be started
V! at a depth of 2100 fct. The condition at
"y tho old property Is. Indeed, a most grnti-
kTrt f j Ing one- while there Is every asurance
Y)" that Mammoth Is In tho dividend column
I S IN ELKHORN DISTRICT.
J'l- I Preparations for Active "Winter Work
!' Now in Progress,
.) A representative of the Park City Miner
t -who has been making a pilgrimage among
1 1 the mines and prospects of Elkhorn dls
1 '. trlct, which has attracted not a little at
f ' tcnllon during the year, says:
ISjj "At the Nelson six men are employed
8' on two shifts. Tho work being done at
F t ' present Is .the running of a tunnel to con
kj nect with the shaft. When the shaft
Sill, reached a depth of eighty feet water was
iS encountered and It was thought deslr
hfl'n able to reach the ledge by tunnel so that i
'JO' tho work would be dry. The tunnel Is
' ' -j now In ICO feet and there Is about tho (
bi( same distance farthor to go to reach i
rJll the point of the Bhaft. which It will cut
?M at a depth of about ICO feet,
i, "Less than a mile east of tho Nelson
SiJ. Is the Brown Eagle. This property Is ap
Cf J; parently on the snmo ledge as the former
!t. property The shaft of the Brown Eaglo i
fi. la sunk beside a big quartz blowout and
(jf , Is sixty-five feet In depth. We went down
jjj ' with Foreman Johnson to the bottom of
' the shaft, which Is well timbered and
Li! : built In a very substantial manner. The
j; j Inst twelve feet cut through a strata of
ill close-grained rock carrying 65 per cent
' Iron. As water was encountered. It was
jTi-ji decided to follow the ledge on top of
m the Iron and a drift has been run In
rjjj about fifteen or twenty feet. The vein
SjjrJ matter Is a carbonate, assays showing It
j1? to carry eight ounces of silver, C per
'A'f cent lead, ?2.S0 In gold and some copper.
'.$ Streaks of decomposed lime ore now
r,hl showing In the face are heavily stained
h- with copper.
"North of the Eaglo the Emerald group
k-tf, of eight claims, owned by Georgo Waning.
J'lj: Fnhoy, Crossman, Allen and Fitzgerald,
H'u has employed two to four men all sum
Sip mer, and supplies have Just been sent
alj,1 over Dreparatory for the winter's work
? A shaft was first sunk ninety foot to
awj tho ledge. Assays give small values In
p 3! gold, silver and lead, and the owners con
t"; alder tho Indications sufficiently favor
3,vi ablo to continue work."
I. CONTINUES TO PRODUCE.
j i A Venerable Resident of Lendville,
1 jj Who Has Invested in This State,
jl. J Barney McCabe, whoso grizzled locks
tj I tell of many winters within tho diggings
B!i) of Leadvllle, Is In town again, making
; ji an Inventory of his Investments here and
6: il at Ogden. Of tho old camp, which Is
; 1 still Ills home. Mr. McCabe says It hasi '
$1 II not only maintained a steady tonnage,
jp but that It has been enlivened during tho
Si year by Important strikes along a new
(i9h morldlan lying to tho cast, that has been
$5.'! prospected In' a desultory way for many
yjH years. At tho Reindeer group, In the
shadow of Mosquito mountain, Important
Pj disclosures havo been made. Thl3 opens
Kjjyj up a comparatively new field, with many
o) now rushing Into It. whllo tho older mines
rM continue to respond, notwithstanding the
sw? Impoverishment of the grade of oro of
s"Ss which they are productive after manv
BijSj i years. Mr. McCabe, who Is far advanced
R.y, in life, recognizes In Utah a field of many
G.B; resources, and for that reason has in-
jf'B vested not a little In Its cities.
ORES FROM THE OASIS.
Yj& Another Consignment From the Prop
jjj.1 ertlos in Drum District.
The management of tho Oasis group of
Iff mines, of which Jed Cilvo of this city is
tho manager, and which has long drawn
si; attention to Drum district, was In tho
sj.t! . market with another lot of ore, which
51 & wQa so!l on controls showing as much
PiT-1 aB S'9-20 sold, with ten ounces silver and
I t 4.3 per cont copper per ton. Of this class
m: of oro. It Is said, Manager Cllvo has
l&i opened up not a small amount, and whllo
lira It Is not tho best of which tho properties
I'M uro capable, as Indicated by a former con
JUiffl slgnment from them, tho margin it affords
tr Is by no means an Indifferent one. It Is
said of tho mines that they are opcnlna
ifi'r up very satlafactorlly and affording pron
( Ife of heavy production.
IrJ Ores and Bullion.
iijM In the ore an1 bullion market tho day
closed on settlements amounting to SS4 7CO
f4 McCornlck & Co. reporting them as t'hoy
Sfill follow: American bullion, S32.CO0, gold
aSf; bullion, J7000; gold, sliver, lead and copper
fijWl ores. S-U.SQO.
ffaB In the metal market silver ruled at 6&
315 cents an ounce, while canting copper ad-
vanced a point to IVA cents, with lead
I?' unchanged at ?3.G0-1.2(f per hundred
Bad Tenants Evicted
IkI nn3 rent collected. Merchants' Pro-
1W tectlve Association. Francis G. Luk
1 General Manager, Top Floor Commer-
y clnl Block.
Hl &y&f ?2.C0 to 84.00
THE TRIBUNE NE'WS STANDi
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CIIICAGO-Andltorlum. Great North
v ern. Palmer House.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angclus, B. F.
Gardner. 30," Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Antor House
OMAHA The Millard, Tho Pnxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Plan I ern'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Traders Generally Appear in Better
Form, With Some Sprinting.
The week on the mining exchango
opened on tho sale of 25,530 shares of
stock, for JS373.S7, and with tho traders
generally In Improved condition. Mam
moth, without a tip to tho talent, did
some sprinting that was reminiscent of
former days, tho shares moving rapidly
up to $1.70 on assurances that ores of most
sensational quality had been uncovered In
hitherto unexplored territory, while Ca
rlsa, with tho management getting ready
to deliver 25.CO0 tons of second class to the
Bingham Con. smelter, advanced stendlly
to cents, with I'ncle Sam darting up
tho pike to 22,,d cents. Century of Pork
valley appeared In better form and
brought 37 cents, while Tetro camo out to
a good market around 21 cents, with May
Day closing on a transfer nt 12Vi cents,
after many thousand of Its shares had
been dumped Into the pit. Daly West was
weak, although It Is expected of tho di
rectors that thev will post the usual divi
dend today, whllo Yankee Con. was dealt
In around 34 cents, tho day closing on tho
I A M. I! P. M.
I Hid. lAslcod.H Hid (Asked.
AJax $ 5 J .OS $
Boston C.. .. C.25 6.25
Beck Tun ... .GO
Butler-Lib .. .00 .0$ .00
Carlsa 10 09
Century 37 .30 .35 .30
Creole 35 35
C. Mercur .. .SO .35 .31 .35
Di.lv 2.05 2.12 2.05 2.U
Daly-Judge . 1.25 -1.50 1.12 4.40
Daly West .. 13.W 11.00 13.00
E. B. B... .57 5")
G. Central .. 3.90 -i.W 3.J0 4.C0
Goldfleld B . .0151 WM;
Horn Silver . 1.40 1.30
Jim Butler 75
Little Chief . .01 .01 .01 .01
L. Mammoth .01 . .01 .15
Mont. -Ton .. 1.S5 1.P0 1.75
Mammoth ... 1.C5 1.72 l.GS 1.77
Mav Day 13 .11 .13 .13Vi
Mar. Wash 01 .COW
New York .. .02 .03, .02 .03
Ontario .. .. 3.75 4.E0 3.00 4.50
Swansea 20 . 40 . 20 .
S. Swansea . .03 . 03 .03 . 03
Sacramento . .12 .12i
Sll. King ... 10.00 G0.00
Star Con ... .11 .lHi .11 .14
Sll. Shield .. .01 .05 .01
Tetro 21 .23 .22 .24
Toaopnh .. S.C0 S.50
Ton. Ex .... 1.C0
Ton. Mid 45
U. S 21.00 21.75 21.50 22.50
Undo Sam .. .2L .23 .21 .22
Victoria .. .. l.CO 1.15 .90 1.10
Victor ...s .01 .02 .01
Wabash 05 I
Yankee Con 34
Mammoth. 1C0 at S1.C0. seller sixty days;
309 at 51.G0; WO at ?1.G5. seller sixty days.
Star Consolidated, 500 at 14c.
Undo Sam Consolidated, 500 nt 21Uc,
5C0 at 22c; 500 nt 22c; 1000 at 22c
Yankee Consolidated, 100 at 31c; 300 at
Shares sold, 3900.
Selling value, J15C1.25.
Carlsa, COO at 10c; E00 at 10c; GCO at
Daly West, 50 at $13.50, seller five days;
100 at $13.25, seller sixty days.
May Day. 1000 at 13ic.
Shares sold. 2i"S0.
Selling value. $2290.02.
Daly West, CO at $13.25, seller five days;
25 at $13.40.
Mammoth, 100 at $1.70.
May Day. 1100 at 13c; 2500 at 13c: GCO
at 13c. seller thirty days; 1000 at 13c.
Sunshine, 1000 at lc.
Uncle Sam. 2700 at 22c; 500 at 21?ic; 2000
Shares sold, 11.475.
Selling value, $2S93.G5.
Carlsa, 1750 at 10c.
Century, 100 at 37c.
May Day, 255 at 13c: 50") at 13c; 1500 at
12c; 2000 at 12c: 500 at12Sic; 2500 at 12c.
Tetro, 500 at 23c; GOO at 24c; ICO at 21C;
100 at 2lc.
Shares sold, 10,405.
Selling value, $1425.35.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 3. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alta .03 Hale & N 62
Alpha Con , -17 Justice 11
Andes 29 Mexican 1.30
Belcher 34 Occl. Con 79
B. & B 1.20 Ophlr 2.4G
Bullion 2S Overman 22
Caledonia 02 Potcsl 17
Chollar 20 Savage '.31
Confidence 1.00 Seg. Belcher 12
Con. C. & V.... LC5 Sierra Nev 45
Con. Imperial ... .01 Silver Hill 52
Crown Point 16 Union C 5i
Exchequer 53 Utah Con. ...... .12
Gould & C 21 Yellow J 23
. NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ -20 Little Chief 05
Alice 35 Ontario 3.50
Breece 15 Ophlr 2.25
Brunswick C 03 Phoenix 15
Comstock T. .. .JO PotosI 15
Con. C. & V.... l.T;5 Savage 31
Horn Silver .... 1.55 Sierra Nev 37
Iron Silver 1.85 Small Hopes 27
Lcadvlllo C 02 Standard L90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Advonturo ..$ 3.S7 Mohawk 47.75
Alloucz 13.00 M. C. & C. 4.50
Amal ,.. 59.23 Old Dom. .. 19.C2
Am. Zinc U.Sfi Osceola 82.37
Atlantic 13.25 Parrot 24.00 "
Bingham .... 20 50 Qulncy 92.00
C. & H.... 5153520.00 Shannon 4.37
Centennial .. 27 25 Tamarack ... 115.00 "
Copper R 57.00 Trinity 7.75
Daly West .. 11 00 IJ. S. Mln... 21.50
Dom. Coal'.. 5S.0O U. S. Oil.... 11.00
Franklin 8.00 Utah 41.00
Isle Royal o .. 21.C0 Victoria ..00
Mass. M 4.50 Winona 8.50
Michigan .... 7.12 Wolverlno ... 90.00
Saturday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded as thoy follow;
Goldflcld-Tonopah. 400 at 11c; MacNa
mara, 1100 at 3G'J37c; 1000 at 33c, buyer
sixty days; Montana-Tonopah, 950 at
HUDDART FLORAL' CO. (INC.),
P. T. Huddart, manager. We are
now located In pur new stores, 114 and
11G East Second South, right opposite
Grand theater. Everything new nr.d
up to date. Carload palms nnd houso
plants Just received. See them. Fresh
stock cut flowers every day. Decora
tions nnd funeral designs. Remember
our new phone Is 106. No connection
with any other firm.
DEVELOPING INTO BIG MINE.
Gold Crater and Cow Itch Rango Dividing-
Interest in Goldfleld.
Special to Tho Tribune.
GOLDFIBLD, Nov., Oct 3S Gold
Crater and the Cow Itch range havo
d.Ivlded Interest with the Goldfleld dis
trict during the past week. Reports
from the Crater country arc that the
Inman property, the first location In
the district, gives promise of develop
ing into a big mine. In trenching a
strong ledge of quarts: 'lino been din
closed that contains some rich ore. As
says range from a few dollars to $780.
It Is said that shipping ore has been
opened up on the Elliott, William and
Colburn and Curtis and Ridge proper
ties, adjoining the Inman. The min
eralized area Is not more than two and
n half by three and a half miles In ex
tent A town3lto has been surveyed and
platted. H. C. W. Wright nnd J. B.
DeLefonlalnc, who have just re
turned from a prospecting trip along
the Cow Itch range, brought back
some rich samples taken from an eight
foot ledge of quartz they found thirty
miles due east of Antelope Springs, nnd
between seventy and seventy-five miles
southeast of Goldfleld. The samples
assayed as follows: S19.20. $1G2 und
$5S0, mostly gold. The formation Is
described as being lime and quartz
Jte, with the quartz ledges forming the
contact. An open cut has proved the
ledge to bo eight feet wide.
The opening up of a nine-foot ledge
of milling oro on the 162-foot level of
the Combination constitutes the most
Important occurrence In connection
with the development of Goldlleld. Tho
ledge was encountered at a point 130
feet west of tho shaft In n crosscut.
MaJ. Gardner nnd brother, Claude
Gardner, have financed a milling pro
ject for the district. Thoy propose to
Install ten stamps, an amalgamating
pan and live vanners. With the de
velopment of a more abundant water
supply, which Is under way, the capac
ity of the mill will be Increased to sixty
The lessees of the St. Ives havo taken
out 200 sacks of high-grade ore from
the shoot opened up ten days ago. A
shipment will be made this week.
to Be Enlarged
Big Company Makes an Appropria
tion of SI 50,000 for Improve
ment of Plant.
Without delay whatever, the propor
tions of tho Yampa smelter In Bingham
canyon are to bo Increased to those of on
adult, tho management of the Yampa
group of mines to bo provided with fa
cilities that shall ennblo it to supply tho
enlarged plant with approximately COu
tons of copper, gold and silver-bearing
ore dally. To this end an appropriation
of ?150,0CO has been made by the company
by which plant and properties are owned,
while In a message from tho East Inst
night Walter S Kelley, general manager
of the proposition Is authorized to pro
ceed with the execution of tho plans at
once. For the additional equipment of
tho smelter, that, under tho masterly di
rection of Mr. Bellinger, has settled down
to tho work of a pioneer, a contrnct for a
second furnace was awarded some weeks
ago. the material of which to construct II
to be upon tho ground next month. In
addition to this, however, provision Is
made for the Installation of an adult Ed
wards roaster In which tho ores are cal
cined, with a revcrberatory furnace to fol
low, tho adoption of tho Edwards mothod
of calcining, said Manager Kelley last
night, having been decided on after ex
haustive tests and trials, comprehending
a period of several months. With thcsij
devices the mnnngement will be enabled
to reduce over 100 tons of "fines" dally,
while the capacity of the two main blasts
will bo not less than 450 tons The plans
also provide for storage bins of double tho
present cnpaclty. while facilities for han
dling and loading of tho plant's product
will bo Improved. Anticipating tho addi
tional requirements of the furnaces, tho
management has Just Increased Its sup
ply of water to the extent of 250 gallons
per minute, this How from a shaft which
has been dropped down within the yards
of tho smelter and to a depth below tho
quicksands, the well to bo equipped with
a triple, electrlcnlly-drlven power pump,
for which an order has Just been placed
with Curtis P. Mason of Fairbanks, Morao
& Co. A new office building Is also to bo
reared within the enclosure, that now In
use to be converted Into a laboratory,
while a distilling plant, that puro water
may bo provided for the men, will be an
With which to produce tho Increased
tonnage that these enlargemento at the
smelter will require, tho management of
the mines Is authorized to proceed at once
with tho sinking of an Incline that sliall
havo two compartments, these to extend
from tho surface to the tunnel level, a dis
tance of about 1CC0 feet, electrically
equipped hoisting engines to supply the
energy, while levels will bo extended In
each direction from tho Incline, with
everything systematized and put In con
dition for the most economic extraction.
This Is tho campaign for which tho dU
rectors at tholr meeting with Capt. Henry
Stern In New York, havo mado provision,
and within the next ninety days the Yam
pa smelter will have attained tho propor
tions originally projected, the company
the output to which It has looked forward.
Boston Bullish on Coppers.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., Oct. 3. The local mar
kot continued to exhibit the same strength
that has been In evidence for the pnst
few weeks, and while the volume of trad
ing was not so large today aa has been
noticed heretofore, yet thoro appeared to
be good buying ordora among commission
houses Just under the market, and trad
ers are very bullish on tho coppers. Shan
non Mining was largely dealt In. Tho
low-priced coppers are tho favorites at
present and, consequently, tho moat ac
tive. The metnl market Is In a strong
position, and 15-cent copper Is spoken of
by conservative people. The closing was
firm. Hornblowcr it Weeks, brokers, 63
State Hlroot, Boston, and 10 Wall street.
New York, furnish tho following quota
tions; Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ..4.519 $?9.37 $5S.37 $59.37
Bingham 250 26.75 2G.62 20.75
Daly West 50) 14.50 14.C0
I Mercur 150 .32 . 30
Utah 1.015 41.37 41.00 41.12
United States ..2.332 21.50 21.12 21.0
Curb Boston, $6.75,
The old Salt Lakc-Huddart Floral
company la still located at No, 211 East
Second South, and will continue to do
business at the same old stand. We
have not moved Into new quarters and
our telephones have not been changed,
and are still Nos, 37 on either of the
lines. L. M. Law, Proprietor,
Ready for Traffic
Long Avenuo in Kenrns-Kelth Minos
Prepared to Receive Now Gas
Tho rotlmbcring of Hanauer tunnel, by
which tho domains of tho Koarns-Kolth
Mining company along tho great dlvl-dend-boarlrg
zono at Park City aro un
dormlncd for a mllo and a half, has been
completed, new track for that entire dis
tance has boon spiked down nnd In a
short tlmo mule-power will havo been re
placed by a gasoline locomotive. Whllo
in tho achievement of thin not a llttlo
tlmo hns been consumed, said Senator
Kcarns during tho day, the "dead work"
Is now practically at an end and with a
night shift on nt the concentrator tho
accumulation of profits preliminary to
tho reimbursement cf tho shareholders
should bogln. Tho physical condition of
tho properties, Bald ho, after communi
cating with Manager M. J Dnlly over
the telophone wires, Is a most gratifying
ono. Tho oro bodies, milling and first
class, havo responded as work has pro-
froascd upon tho zono, and tho outlook
or tho Kearns-Kclth at this tlmo Is as
assuring as has It been at a correspond
ing period of development In any of the
more productive mines of that region.
Concornlng rocent reports from camp
that new disclosures of hlgh-crade ore
havo been made, Senator Kearn3 said
that they woro occuri Ing now as havo
thoy boon since tho systematic operation
of the territory was begun by tho com
pany, and that tho earnings from that
source were quite satisfactory. That divi
dends will bepln to How before the clone
of tho present year tho management Is
DUE TO SAN PEDRO LINE.
Growing Demand for Mines in the
Virgin River Country.
Ppeclal to Tho Tribune-
CALIENT E, Nev., Oct. 3. While the
southern portion of Nevada has pre
sented none of the senKitlonal valuef
In free gold reported from Goldlleld,
there Is a growing demand for mines
along the San Pedro line from the size
and permanency of ledgef and facilities
for easy and rapid transportation to
mills and smelters for free milling nnd
refractory ores. The recent "old chan
nel" find on Virgin river, where at a
depth of less than twenty feet the own
ers of the properties struck rich pay
gravel sixteen feet wide on bedrock, and
extracted $1600 tho first twelve days,
drifting and washing the rand in Plulcea
but forty feet distant on the Virgin, and
the subsequent tracing of the old
channel thrbugh eight extensions to
the Hidden Treasure has been a god
send to prospectors in that district,
supplying them with ready cash with
which to carry on their work In this
comparatively unexplored country.
Last week Max Nordberg, a young
German mining expert, while exploring
tho district along the Virgin river
southwest of tho Hidden Treasure
group, struck a deposit of turquoise
from which he has sent specimens to
Los Angelef experts for examination,
and has located a number of claims.
Barney Arnson, half owner of the
Vulture- group of gold-silver claims,
near Moapn, brought up a sack of
samples showing high values In both
metals In oro taken from a six-foot
ledge just struck at a depth of ISO feet
In a 2C5-foot tunnel, run to cross-cut
this ledge. Ho took the ore to Salt Lake
today for assay.
Jerrold Fletcher, a Greenwood, B. C,
mining man, reprrsentlng English and
Canadian capital, has just obtained op
tions on the Silver Star and Good Hoj.e
groups of twenty-three gold-silver
claims north of Moapa for one year for
JS000 and 15,000. There are 840 feet of
work completed on the Silver Star,
showing ledges of three to nine feet
wide, going from $12 to $17.50 In gold nnd
from twenty-six to 3S0 ounces sliver.
On the Good Hope, a relocation of the
old Lone Star located in 1SG9. but
abandoned In 1SS2, there are nearly 1000
feet of old workings in tunnels and
shafts, on which later work has been
dono by the present owners, Mclntlre,
Boyd, McNulty and Shearer, and nearly
2000 tons of rich ore blocked out, be
sides 1000 tons on the dumps, averaging
about $130 per ton in all values. Before
tho San Pedro railroad opened up this
country, oro of this value was unavail
able, but now these abandoned claims
are being reclnlmed and quantities of
shipping ore will be sent to Salt Lake
FIT OH HAS ACCEPTED.
Lake Superior Talent to Be Added to
tho U. S. Local Staff.
It was said last night that the United
States Mining company Is to have a new
field manager, the mantle to fall upon
none other than Walter Fitch. Mr. Fitch
hns long been prominently Identified .with
tho Lake Superior region, where hq
achieved a very pronounced success as a
manager, and his acquisition to tho local
staff will enablo Managing Director Hold
en to dovoto much of his tlmo to the ex
ploitation of tho Mammoth group of
mines In California, for which he will de
part the last of the week. Mr. Fitch hns
a numbor of old friends among the local
colony from tho Lake Superior region,
who will mako his reception n cordial ono.
Opens New Quarry.
The Utah Building Stone company, for
which John Green Is tho manager, has
begun the production of structural rock
at Its quarry near Gorgoza, on the Park
City branch of the Rio Grando railway,
tho first, lot to leave camp today. Mr.
Green and his aosoclates havo oxpended
not a llttlo money and time In the open
ing up of tho quarry, which Is productlvo
of a white and red sandstone In apparent
ly cxhaustlcss volume, Tho management
reports a lodge no less" than 100 feet bo
tween walls, and, with an actlvo build
ing season now opening, sees a most prof
itable enterprise ahead of It.
Attaches tho Mountain View.
J. V, Lane, a veteran mining man of
Fav, Nov., ha3 suod the Mountain View
Gold Mining company of Lincoln county.
Nevada, for $000 wages for taking care of
the property, and It Is now In tho custody
of tho Sheriff A carload of very rich ore,
readv for shipment to Salt Lake City, has
been" stopped, greatly to tho disappoint
ment of G. Pray Smith and his associates,
who clnlm to havo a lease on the prop
orty which the defunct Shawmut & Ne
vada Mining company once had, but for
feited, nobody having a lcaso now.
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THE MAMMOTH PURCHASE.
On of tho Large Groups on Copper
Bolt, Says a Correspondent.
Advices from Boston announco that tho
Eastern syndicate, comprising Albort F
Holdon nnd othors which purchased tho
Mammoth copper mlno In Shnsta county
some tlmo ago, hah decided to Install an
oxlenslvo smelting .plant at tho mlno.
says tho San Francisco correspondent of
an Eastern publication. The men com
posing tho company aro also associated
in tho United States Mlnlnjr company,
operating at Tlntlc and Bingham, Ltah.
Tho Mammoth Ik ono of tho large group3
of clnlm3 on tho Shnsta county copper
belt, In which very largo reserves of low
grade ore have boon dovolopcd by ox
tenslvo tunnels. It comprises twolvo pa
tented claims lying near tho Sacramento
river, where It crooscB tho belt.
AT UNITED BINGHAM.
New Chonnol of Ore Followed for
' With conditions at United Bingham, of
Bingham, Manager Josoph, who came In
yestorday aftor a day underground, was
very much pleased, Tho now channol,
which has been opened up for fifty-Ilvo
feot nloncr lt strike, has maintained an
avorago width of two foot between walls,
while tho ore, of which a lot has Junt
boon marketed, shows an average of 2S
per cent lead, 23 ounces silver, 2 per cont
copper and $0 gold per ton On this ho
Is now raising and everything Indicates
that tho mnnacemont will havo begun
piling up a surplus by tho last of tho
Tho Metals Market.
Tho Engineering and Mining Journal of
New York, commenting on tho metals
market, saya coppor shows a good do
mand, both for homo consumption and
for export, with somewhat greater firm
ness In prices- Lead Is unchanged, both
In consumption and prices. Without
showing any marked change, sliver Is a
llttlo stronger, and there Is apparently
a somewhat better domand from the
Walter W. Byrne has rottirned from
tho North, whore ho ha3 been booking
largo orders for giant powder and other
Capt. Duncan MacVlchle. general man
ager of the Oalena King of Stockton, loft
for that property, from which not a llt
tlo oro of good quality Is now coming,
The annual meeting of shareholders of
the Horn Silver Mining company will
take place at tho local offices today To
bo present at It Hon. Allan G. Wash
ington, president of the company, camo
In from New York last night.
Tho Cornucopia of Tlntlc reported on
yesterday's market with a lot of oro
which was so!d on controls showing 19
ounces sllvor and $0 CO gold por ton.
Morris M. Johnson, manager of the
Boston Con mines at Bingham, left for
camp again yestorday morning.
Secretary W. I Snyder of tho Califor
nia Mining company leaves for Its prop
erties at Park City today to Inquire into
Assistant Manager M. J. Dalley of tho
Silver Kins hns returned from his visit
East and Is again at that sovereign of tho
Frank Keith, manager of tho Tonopah
company's big Nevada mines, Is sched
uled to pass through town on his way
East tho last of the week.
James Hlckey, manager of tho Corn
stock mines and mill at Park City, was
among tho dny's visitors from tho big
Tho return of Samuel Nowhouso, aftor
an absence of many weeks In Europe, Is
scheduled for tomorrow.
Prof. O. A. Palmor of tho Ontario staff
will leave for Park City tomorrow to out
dno tho course alonjr which tho drain
tunnel Is to advance Into Daly West
James Konnolly will icavo for Gobdo
Springs, on the rotito of tho San Pedro
railway, again the last of tho week.
Tho May Day of Tlntlc reached tho
sampler with two moro carloads of oro
The Majestic, out of Mllford, has a
carload of high-grade copper ore at tho
William Bayly, Jr., manager of tho
Copper Belt railway, left for Bingham
yesterday morning, accompanied by the
Among tho day's receipts at tho U S.
smelter was a carload of concentrates
from tho Ohio company's Bingham mill.
Tho shares of the Horn Silver aro In
good demand on tho New York market,
at $1.C5, says tho Engineering and Min
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PKOBATS AND GUAUUliioaAf
Connult County fMcrV or the respective
lirners iar furi.isr iniormatlon-
IN THE DISTIUCT COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
rr-tato of Johanna Olson Hogcnaon, de
ceased. Notice. , ,
The poll tlon of F. S. Fornstrom. admin
istrator of the estnto of Johanna Olscn
Hcgenscn, deceased, for confirmation ot
tho oalo of tho following described real
CBtato of Bald decedent, to wit: All of lpt3
9, 10, 11 and 12. block 38. Sandy Station
plat. Sandy City. Salt Lake county. Utah,
for tho sum of JSG1.00, and upon the fol
lowing terms, to wit: Cash upon confirma
tion, as appears from the return of sale,
filed In thl,M court, has been set for hcar
li g on Friday, tho 7th day of October,
A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the coun
ty courthouse, In tho courtroom of said
coiirt, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of Sep
tember. A. D. 1901. , ,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
C. M. Nlolscn. Atty. for Estate. alOl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah, In tho matter of tho
cstato of Mlldrod Russell, deceased.
The petition of Ebor W. Hall, praying
for tho Issuance to himself of letters of
administration In the cstato of Mildred
Russell, deceased, has been set for hearing
on Friday, tho 7th day of October, A. D.
1004, at 10 o'clock a. m at the county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako. county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
September. A. D. 190-1. r-r, ,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Powers & Straup, Attorneys. alS53
ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ,
Trade Dollar Extension Mining com
pany. Location of principal place of bus
;u. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice Is hereby giver. :n: r.i a meet
ing of tho board of directors of said com
pany, hold on tho ICth day of September.
1901, nn assessment of ten ($.10) conts per
share was levied qn tho outstanding capi
tal stock of this corporation, paynblo Im
mediately to the secretary, at his office,
room No 100 David Keith building. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on
the ISth dav of October. 190L will be de
linquent and advertised for salo nt pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is made
before, will bo 3old on tho 0th day of No
vember. 1004. at 2 (.'clock p. m at the of
fico of the company, room No. 100. David
Keith building. Salt Lake City. Utnh. to
pav the delinquent assessment togcthe
with the costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. E. G. KIDDER.
Salt Lake City. Utah. September 10. 1KM
First publication. September 17. 1504.
Last publication October 18. 1001 a130
Wabash Mining Company. Principal
plr.co of business, Salt Lako City. Utah,
Notlco. Thero are dollnqucnt on tho fol
lowing described stock, on account of
assessment No- 9, levied on tho 22nd day
of AugUBt, 1901, tho several amounts sot
opposite tho hamca of tho respective
No. Name. Shares. Am't.
40. C. R. Chamborlaln 500 ?23.00
SC. Amous Howo 1000 60.00
112. Louis Bachman ........ 150 7.50
113. Jesse Bacl'-nnu 225 11.25
127. Chas. Tobias 1000 50.00
181. Katherlne Wherrltt .... 100 5.00
1S5. Peter Barton 100 G.OO
356. W. S. Barnes 50 2.50
3J3. C. J. Brain 50 2.50
C7C. Chas. Toblaa 323 1-3 1C.C7
1103. N. A. Page 100 5.00
1112. E. O. Park 500 25.00
1121. Sarah A. Marshall 100 5.00
127. j. li. Tarbot 1000 50.00
1421 W. L. Carter 100 5.00
MMr. Levy Bottman 100 5.00
14S1 Irvine Bettman 100 G.OO
ltST Moses Nei'-jhaum 100 5.00
15ie W. H. Bnmcl 100 5.00
1575 Louis Schneider ........ 500 25.00
1CS0 W. H. Shents 500 3.00
1CS1. W. H. Shcotz BOD .3.00
1719. A. H. Tarbet lirjii M.00
1781. W. A. Clark 400 20.C0
17S1. M. S. Pehdorgast 413 20.65
1EG7. II. S. Joseph 500 25. CO
And In accordance with law and the
order of the board of directors made on
the 22nd day of August. 190-1, so many
fiharcs of each parcel of such stock as
n.ay be necessary will be sold at tho of
fices of the company, room 521, Atlas
block, West Second South strcot, Salt
Lako City, Utah, on tho 15th day of Oc
tober. 1904, at 1:30 p. m., to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with tho cost
of advertising and expenso of sale.
W. MONT. FERRY. Secretary.
Office 521 Atlas block, Salt Lako City,
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY. Annual Meeting-.
Tho annual moetlnc of the stockholders
of Union Pacific Railroad company -will
be held at tho ofllco of tho co npany In
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tiiph vv. Octo
ber 11, 1901. at 12 o'clock noon, for the elec
tion of fifteen directors of the company,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may legally como beforo tho
The books for the transfer of stock
(both common and preferred) will bo
closed for the purposes of tho meeting at
the closo of buclness on Wednesday, Au
gust 31. 1901. hnd will bo reopened at 10
o'clock a. m. on Wednesday, October 12,
1904, ALEX. MILLAR. Secretary.
Dated August 22. 1901. a"l327
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Tho annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Rio Grande Western Railway
company will bo held' at tho principal
oXfice of tho company In Salt Lako CItv
Utnh, on Monday, October 24, 1901, at 12
o'clock noon, for the election of members
of the board of directors of tho cor pany
and the transaction of such othr f busi
ness as may be brought beforo t's meet
ing. Tho books for tho transfer of stock will
bo elusied at 3 o'clock p. m. on October
3rd. 1904, and will bo opened ou the day
following said meotlng or tho final ad
STEPHEN LITTLE, Secretary
September 21st. 1904. ai7D3
NOTICES i Uf
trSLPo5",t e0ta?0nV,n, Jl fa
drlch. deceased? vtLM H
mont of final acc5un Lror tS"1
tratrlx and for the L,v!aI -
j 3ak Lake CHy sraf
M Witness the Clerk ofMOUnty.l
the seal thereof af i,; watt
September, A, D. 1004 lhls t
(Seal.) JOHN' e
m By David b7 Davles I n?3', IS
ty. State of Utah ir f thfa,Le
deraon. deceased I nrafeJ
of salo of real nrorU.'nc, for
find that all pPerSon9 J inf sal1
before the sVcom to n3Xti tk
an order should not & I 1
so much as shaP be nLBnul,&1 'a V
lowlnc described rea"Cc& ?f ft'
ceased, towlt: An undfvwuJ 0 1
crest 1 lot S. block lS'li
A," Big Field survey snlh?"?er 1
ty. Utah, has been iU V1 Llk'i W
Friday, the 7th day" rfti" V
1901. at 10 o'clock a m 5 r'
courthouse, In tho ' rtat SI:
court, in 'Salt Lake cik-00?
county. Utah. K0 c,t. Salt' 5f.
By Helena A Mcintosh. DepU,,C
tlfner.J" SheCkCl1' A"yP$5 Jg
r I h
-ine petition of Sarah a. i&
the guardian of the pereon aad ftft
of Ma:k A. and Joson McChnii-ii i t? b
for confirmation ot aae nfift01 e
described real estate to 3t &
title and Interest whatso v 1 fi
said minors m the real proMrti-dS! 7
l'?nh1,?,ns dl3tr,.ct' Juab ewnfi SUi
nufl nfne. lnlns cla'm. U. S. lot lfl in
fh-01J,e,,,J0e mlnlnS claim, U. S.I -Si
the North Extension Eagle lode rat
claim. U. S. lot 213, the North Ext? rt
Blue Bell lode mining cVha. U. ? b
ft Beeh?T 1(Hle mlnl"K olaJm, u.a
c , H?Bhlon lode ralnlnc clila X
,J0t .13,7; th,e,Sout" Extension S
lodo mining claim, U. S. lot 216, the 9 f
extension Blue Bell lodo mlnlrtg chin
S lot 216; the South Extension Eajls Hi
mining claim, U. S. lot 214: the Wi v.
lode mining claim. U S lot 3722: the T
son Extension lode mining claim, U J i"
3i23; tho Beecher mlllslte. U. S. lot l t
(patented as situated In Juab county: T'
actually situated In Utah county. Ut '
the Eagle mlllslto, U S lot SSU (sltui
i" Jtnh county. Utah), for the sua &
tlo.2oS.l4; and upon the following le.-i j?
wit: Cash upon confirmation, aj jpw
from the return of sale, filed In thla a fu
has been set for hearing on FrlJayf fT
14th day of October, A. D. YA, a 17
o'clock a. m., at the county courthoi L'
the courtroom of said court. In Salt I T
City. Salt Lake county, Utah. S V
Witness the Clerk of said court !i u,
the seal thereof affixed, this 2Stn dij aS
September, A D. 1904. p 1,
rscal. JOHN JAMES. Clc s'
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk; g,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, ? t p
bate Division. In and for Salt Like n
ty, Stato of Utah In tho matter cf,
estate of Isaac M. Perkins, dectu w.
Tho petition of Amy C Perkins, pn
for tho Issuanco to herself of lttten i.
administration In- the estate of ball jjj,
Perkins, deceased, has been set for h ,
Ing on Friday, the 14th day of (Hit
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m. si- jft.
countj' courthouse. In the courtrocn jjj
said court, in Salt Lake City. Silt I V.3
county, Utah. d,
Witness the Clerk of said court, H ;y(
the seal thereof affixed, this 27th dlj iff
September. A. D 1901. m !?,
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. ClH
By Helena A. Mcintosh. Deputy O itl
Thomas Adams, Attorney. i' 4..,
NOTICE OF ASSE3SHEKT.
Hannapah Mining and SmelUng e bi
pany. Principal place of biulneiU. Iffi
Lake City. Utah. -.
Notice la hereby given that at a a
Ing of the board of directors of Ua
napah Mining and Smelting ; "CP
held at tho office of lb company oa
Gth day of September. A D, IM tg
ment of. ont-hnlf (V9 cent per share
levied on tho capital stock of the w.
e.tion Isoucd and outstanding. pajiM y
mediately to W. E, Block. secrMj -tho
company, at his office, W Dooly n
-f-eh this t
mayyremarn unpaid onihe 11th day 0
lober. 1901. will be delinquent and L
Used for salo at public auction. d K9
payment 1? made before in W km
the 27th day of October. 19N. to Vfc U
delinquent assessment, togrtjj Hi
cost of adver.lgEandLeo fe
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND X Ijfj
Annual Meeting. J K
Tho annual meeting of h sUgg
of tho Union Pac la Lan.JhococS St I
be held at the oMce oMBO c M
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuejh' e!M 1
11. 1504, nt 11 o'clock a. tmw. fcJ
of six dlrccto.-s of 0 company
tho transaction of such ohhr Mtls
may legallyome 3 l?j
Dated August 31. J
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