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H (' PAGE TEH TIP: BAIr LAICE TTOfE. , toBBDATMOHMPG, OCTOBER isJ 0
I 15flS a!l Prospects Furnaces and Mills j
I Americas Company
I io Spend Millions
Vice-President Sewcll Discusses Fur
tlier Improvements in Salt
While Barton Scwoll, the vice-president
of tho Amsrlcan Smelting and Refining
company. Is not prepared to toll of what
they will consist, ho authorizes tho state
ment that improvements will bo made
within tho next twelve months, for which
1 ' the company will pay not Ices than 51.
CGO.dOO. leaving the subject to conjecture-.
It la not difficult. In view of tho fact of
the recent developments !n tho Copper
Mining company, to see the present plant
at Murray, which has Involved an out
lay of over $1,000,000.
Mr. Ecwcll recognizes the great prog
ress that has been mado In Utah In tho
production of copper and ore, and real
izes that somo additional provision must
be made by the company which has al
ways been most liberal in I j1"1
Its induction. Commenting "pon the is
sue between the farmers and the men
who make the smelter smoke In tho vai
ley. Vlc-Prcsldent Scwoll said ho recog
nized that the smelters were Indebted to
tho farmers for somo aort of an adjust
ment. He did not believe, however that
tho smHiers. which have so mat sr. lam
promoted the values of the Armors ln
i tcrcsts, should bo levied upon to an ex
tent that they will be compelled to go
elsewhere. Ho Is among those who bcc e
that the farmers will view the i situation
as liberally as does the smeltc-men. and
has no doubt of thrh- comhig. at all events,
to meet the smelters halt way .
Mr. Sewell says that, while regrets
that tho market values for si ver htu c
not mado better advances. certalnl his
company has exercised Us utmost pn-
dpavors: Under this condition his com
pany and all of Its various managers
havo Dttompted to adjust the worklw?
charges of their vnrlous plants to the re
quirements of the pro-lucer. He says of
the producers, never have the relations
between the two been so barmonlous as
they are today, and certainly the com
pany, wherever convcrgo Is possible. Is
prepared to meet It. He predicts an ad
vance. In load and says he has no doubt
coppor will maintain ltn present position
.In tho mnrkot. The consumers Justify
this prediction, and. while local consump
tion has been somewhat feeble, tho for
eign trade has kept up as usual.
Mr SewHI left for the smelter at noon
vestcrdav. and .will dcpnrt for Leadvllle
todnv. accompanied by Secretary Brush
nnd Anthon Ellcss of the executive committee.
I LINCOLN DOING BUSINESS.
" Its General Manager Comes Down
From the North.
Jolin T. Hodson, who has contributed to
the State of Idaho tho great Lincoln mine
1 nnd mill, and who Is deriving a fortune
from that source, while affording employ
ment to a largo number ol persons, Is In
tho city renowlng the acquaintance of a
now son who has lately arrived at his
house. , ,
With the condition of tho properties of
the Pearl district, out of Bolso City, Ida.,
Mr. Hodson Is- very much pleased, re
ferring to developments up there by say
1 Ing that the ore bodies not only are very
large, but that they are permanent and
I ' may be relied upon for dividends for many
years. A-s a Salt Lake boy. a large circle
1 of friends Is constantly congratulating
I Mr. Hodaon upon his achievements In tho "
1 north, and hopes that the new boy will
develop Into a bigger man than he.
Ij . MR. BAMBERGER RETURNS.
, Is Intorestlng Himself in Big Mines
in the Western Country.
, Hon. Jacob E. Bamberger, during whoso
i administration the Daly Went paid np-
proximately 1,500,000, and who served It
as its president and general manager until
I tho first of the present month, came In
from San Francisco yesterday. While Mr
i Bamberger has not consummated the deal
I - undertaken by him In Nevada, ho says
that the outlook la favorable for It, Mr.
' Bamberger may bo relied on to do as
much for his Eastern associates In the fu
turo as has ha done In the post, and cer
tainly they may rest assured that ho will .
1 present them with nothing that his ex-
I ports do not concede to be meritorious. No
local shareholder In the Daly West but
i regrets tho resignation of Mr. Bamberger,
i They know how zealously he has worked,
and with what 'solicitude ho has dla
! charged every Interest he ever had In
II CAME FROM DE LA MAR.
Superintendent Swindler Is Pleased
With Record at the Camp.
' Frank P. Swindler, under whose dlrec-
' tlon the Do La Mar properties at De La
Mar, Ncv., have over given a good account
' of themselves, camo up from camp again
yesterday to confer with Manager Sydney
Bamberger. Superintendent Swindler says
1 that during the month ho will proauco In
' tho mill not les3 than 10,000 tons of ore,
and while he declined to name tho figures,
there Is. good reason to believe that from
I thlo volumo ho will derive a new record.
I Last month the output of Bingham was
I valuer! at fJ,000 and there aro local In-
f torcsta Inclined to bcllovo that ho will add
; to this at least 510.000 during the Octobor
production. It will be gratifying nowa to
the friends of Mr, Swindler to ascertain
that hie wife's health has been much lra
I Con. Mercur's Earnings.
' , Jamc3 Kirk, superintendent of the Mcr-
cur mlnea and mill at Mercur, Is in tho
city. Mr. Kirk says that through tho
mill ho Is putting about 730 tons of ore
dally, and that the rock Is maintaining
an average that ought to bo gratifying
to tho management. While Mr. Kirk de
' clincs to exploit It himself, it Is quite
I well known that these now oro bodies
, aro contributing as much to recent ad
vances In the company's sharo market aa
is the output of the mill.
I" ' Finds Copper Sulphides.
Copper sulphide in scams and small
pockets was uncovered last week at io
1 Batchelder mlno in Carbon county, Wvo
1 ralng. Great interest has been aroused
, ill this development locally. According
to the Doublojack, a local paper, some
tons of the ore showed a result of 171.
. per cent copper.
Every foot of tho work on tho drift
adds to the favorable indicationw, says
tho Doublojack. F. E. Brown, secretary
of, the Northwestern company, who la
managing tho company's operations, was
hero this week and witnessed tho show
ings In the drift. He was, of course
' highly pleased with the rcappcaranco of
tho ore, and left hurriedly for Omaha to
attend to Immedlato interests of tho company.
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
1 located in tho new basement at 32 Main
Bj street, oppooito Z, C M, I,
DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Conditions Genernlly Quite Favorable
to Advanced Market.
Tho week on tho mining exchange
opened on tho salo of 08,896 shares of
stock, for which $12,413.47 was paid, and
with conditions more favorable to a better
market than have they been for many
moona. May Day sprinted to ZG cents and
then relaxed without injury to Itself,
whllo Mammoth pf tho sumo district sold
up to $1.00, with Eaglo & Bluo Bell bring
ing S5. New York moved up to 7 cents a
share, while Yankee Con. was in good de
mand around S5, tho day closing on the
I A. M. j P. M.
. I Bid. IAsked.ll Bid. lAsked.
Ajax ? $ .03 $ .07H: ? "
Alice , 25
Boston Con.. 0.121?
Buil.-Beck 1.75 1.75
Beck Tun ... .07 00 .00
Butler-Lib .. .00 .10 .00M: -10
Carisa 10J .12 ,1014 ...i..-.
Coii. Mercur. .40 .-IS AlYt .60
Century 33 .37
Creole 33 i.. .10
Daly 2.20 2.50 2.20 2.50
Daly-Judgo 4.5T. 4.50
Duly West . 12. CO 13.02 12.00 13.75
E. & B. B S3 .05 .75 1.25
Galena 01 .23 .01
Grand Cent . 3,50 4.00 2.00 I. CO
Goldflleld B . .03 05
Horn Silver . 1.50 1 55
Ingot OCrK 01
Little Chief . .03-X .04 .03 .031
L. Mammoth .07 .20 , .15
Mont. Ton .. 1.S7V- 2.00 1.S0 ' 2.00
Mammoth ... 1.J3 1.S5 1.S0 1.90
May 'Day ... .34 .31 .31 .34
McNamara .. .S3
Now York .. .03 .15 .00 .07
Ontario . 4.CO 4.50
RIch.-Ana -. 02Vi .03;
Swansea ... .30 31 '.3D
S. Swansea . .01 .03 .05 .10
Sacramento . .12 12'fc
Silver King 54.00
Star Cons .. .1514 -151,4 .15
Silver Shield. -04 .05 .01 .06
Tonopnh .. . S.35 S.E0 9.25
Ton. Ex. .... 1.75
Ton. Mid ... .44
Tetro 27 27 .SO
Unlt'd States 25.00 25.75 25.00 25.50
Uncle Sam .. .24 ,24'54 .23 .25
Victoria .. .. 1.33 1.75 1.43 2 00
Victor Con .. .01 .01 .03;i .04
Wabash 03 .12
Yankee Con.) SS 33
Eagle & Blue Bell. 100 at S5c
Mammoth, 100 at 51.90; 200 at ?1.SG.
May Day. 3000 nt 31c; 2000 at 3414c; 2103
at 34c; 2100 at 35c; COO at 35c; 2C00 at 3Cc;
100 at 35c.
Silver Shield. 1000 at 4ic; 1000 at 5c.
Star Con., 1000 at 15?ic; 4000 at 15c; 200
Uncle Sam. 200 at 24Vic; 500 at 24c;
200 at 24c.
Victoria, 100 at $1.40.
Little Chief, 4000 at 4c; 200) nt 3jic.
Victor Con., 2000 at 1c.
Shares sold, 2S.00.
Selling value, $5190.37.
May Day, 1C00 at 35c
Undo Sam, 200 at 2114c,
Victor Con., 3000 at 4c.
Shares sold, 4900.
Selling ynluo, $751.23.
May Day, OT at 34c: 500 at 34ic; 2300
nt 35c; 500 at Stlic, 1C00 at 34c; 100 at 3lc;
E00 at S3"H)C; 200 at 33c; 600 at 33Vic. 23 at
80c; 500 at 35c, buyer thirty days; 1000 at
35c. buyer sixty days.
Star Con.. 600 at 15C,c; 1000 at 151ic
Little Chief, 4000 at 3ic; 2000 at 3c; 1500
at 3?ic; 1003 at 3c
Now York, 1030 at 4c; 171 at 6c: 1200
at 6c, 3300 at 7c; ICO at Gc; 200 at 7o;
500 at Cc, seller sixty days; 00 at Cc, seller
Victor Con., 10CO at 3ic
Shares sold, 23.S0C.
Selllns value, J3575.10.
Little Chief. 3CO0 at 5c.
May Day, 500 at 33ic; 1000 at 34c; 600 at
33c, seller thirty days; 500 at 34c. buyer
thirty days; 10CO at 2Cc. buyer thirty days.
Star Con., COO at 1514c
uentury, iw at a-ivic
New York, 1000 at C14c
Victor Con., 1000 at 4c.
Yankee Con., 200 at 35c.
Shares sold, 0300.
.Selling value. $1593.75.
Ores and Bullion.
In tho ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to SllC.oli; -McCor-nlck
& Co. reporting them as they fol
low: American bullion, J4J.1C0; gold, sllvor,
lead and copper ores, $75,411.
In tho metal market silver ruled at 5A
vcenls an ounce, lead nt $3,5014.20 per lw
pounds, and casting copper at 127 cents
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wero aa follows:
Alta 5 -05 Andes $ .23
Belcher 27 Justlco 07
B & B 1.15 Mexican 1.15
Bullion IS Occl Con 75
Caledonia 43 Ophlr 2.25
Chal Con 19 Overman ic
Chollar 20 Potosl ll
Confidence 90 Savago 30
C C Sz Va 1.43 Scg Belcher 09
Con Imp 01 Sierra Nov 28
Crown Pt 10 Silver Hill 52
Exchequer 47 Union Con S9
G &. C IS Utah Con CO
Hale & Nor 63 Yellow Jacket . .19
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .20 Alice $ .55
Brecco IS Ontario 3.75
Brunswick C .. .06 Ophlr , 2.25
Com Tunnel .... ,10 Phoenix 2 00
CC&Va ...... 1.05 Potosl 15
Horn Silver .... 1.60 Savage 20
Iron Silver .... 1.90 Sierra Nov 27
Leadvllle C 20 Small Hopes ... .30
Llttlo Chief 06 Standard i,5
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Advcnturo .. 3.70 Allouez .. .$12.00
Amal 04.87 Mon C & C 5.37
Amor Zinc .. 13,00 Old Dom .... 21.23
Atlantic .. 13.S7 Osceola J9.00
Bingham .. . 30.37 Parrot .. .. 25 GO
C & C 6C0.00 Qulncy .. .. 91.50
Centennial .. 27.00 Shannon .. . 6.02
Copper R .. 61.23 Tamarack .. lil.Eo'
Daly West 13.00 Trinity 8.75
Dom Coal .. 55.00 United Cop . ll.&Q
Franklin .. . S.25 U S Mining . 23.37
Grnnby .. .. 3.75 Utah ., ..... 41.62
Tsle Royalo . 21.25 Victoria .. 3.62
Mass Mln .. 5.00 Winona ..... 9.00
Michigan ... 5.75 Wolvorlno- .. 96.50
Mohawk ... 49 25
Boston Coppers Active.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., Oct. 17. Tho copper
share market has again been actlvo and
generally strong. Early prices wero above
those of Saturday and tho market contin
ued strong until about 2 o'clock, when a
sharp reaction In tho Now York market
was followed by soiling of the local Issues.
Stocks were, howover, in good demand and
few recessions worthy of note are to bo
seen. The tone Is still good and now that
a good amount of profit-taking has been
going on a still higher rango 13 looked for.
Hornblowcr Si Wcck3, brokers, C3 State
street, Boston, and 10 Wall strcot. Now
York, furnlBh the following quotations:
Sales. High. Low. Closu,
AmalgM 821 $63.75 $64.60 $63.CO
Blnghum .... ... 4,25 31.00 30.25 30.62
Daly West 2S6 13.75 13.00 13.00
Mercur 45 .40
Utah 3,225 42.25 41.75 4L75
U.S...... .10,769 25,76 25.00 25.50
Curb Boston, $0.60. . - ,
1 HE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Pnrkor ,
CHICAGO-Audltorlura. Great North
ern. Palmer House.
EcvF.n nrown ftlncn.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Atigelus, B. v
Gardner. 303 Spring strceT. ,,
MINNEAPOLIS-West Hotel t .
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impori
nl. Aptor House.
OMHA Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR.-Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASnTNGTON Wlllard. Raleigh
in Annoa! Session
Statement by tho Management Shows
a Gratifying Condition at
The annual meeting of the Ajax Mining
company, which occurred as scheduled
yesterday, resulted In the election of
Thomas Weir as Its president; Henry G.
McMillan as Its vice-president, and Louis
H. Farnsworth as Its treasurer, with John
M. Burt called upon to servo it in tho fu
ture as Its secretary. In addition to these,
tho board of dlroctors consists of W. S.
McCornlck, Charles Read and W. F. Col
ton. At tho meeting of tho shareholders,
Manager Wolr, who had labored most dil
igently in his efforts to place Ajax among
tho moro productive properties of tho
camp, submitted a report which stated:
"At our last annual meeting, October 19,
lf-03, you wero advised that our board had
levied assessment No. 5. of 5 cents per
share, and that another assessment would
probably follow early In 1901, for tho pur
pose of reducing tho mortgaged Indebted
ness of the company, which then amount
ed to $35,000. I
"You were also advised of tho decision
Just rendered In tho District court In tho
case of Samuel Mclntyro vs. Ajax Mining
company. In favor of the plaintiff.
"Your board of directors acted upon tho
advice of our attorneys and appealed the
Mclntyrc caso to tho Supremo court. Tho
caso was again decided against the com
pany, and the Judgment and costs have
since been paid This was the occasion of
assessment No. 7. The Parke damage case
was compromised by our board."
There was received bv the company from
assessments during tho year $31,933.94.
There was paid on the mortgage $27,557.14,
with Interest amounting to $2593.23. whilo
to satisfy tho Mclntyro Judgment $7942.33
was dealt out. The statement shows net
earnings for the year of $-1013, the manage
ment In Its conclusion submitting tho fol
lowlntr: "Slnco last December all ore has been
mined by lessees and all development work
done by contract, under our direction.
"During the year 514 45 tons of ore wero
mined from tho 1000-foot level, which aver
aged 26.3. per cent lend, 10.6 ounces silver
and .15 ounce gold Tho balance of the ore
shipments was cornier oro from the sur
face workings and tho lfO. 200. 300 and 400
levels, and amounted to 3332 tons. In the
above the shipments for the last two
weeks are estimated, as we havo not tho
correct weights yet. Most of tho copper
oro shipments are of second-class ore;
that Is, showing a gross value not to ex
ceed $15 per ton. Our Urst-class ore varies
from $15 to $40 per ton gross.
"Tho condition of ore reserves has not
changed Wo havo a small tonnago In
6lght, but wo hopo to be ablo to keep up
development work from tho proceeds of
"The development work on tho ICOO-foot
lovel produced all of tho load ore shipped,
and the other prospect work produced a
ood portion of the copper ore. W aro
developing a very 3trong showing on tho
300 and 4CO levels, west of the shnfu Up to
tho present we havo not succeeded hi
finding a good body of ore here, still the
Indications aro encouraging."
Much Expected From Development of
Keystone, Wyo., Mines.
It Is said that tho Florence mine, which
Is being developed by tho Ideal Mining
and Milling company, contains many tons
of rich ore, says tho Centennial Post of
Wyoming. This ore Is actually in sight
and when complete preparations aro
made by the company for mining oper
ations, many tons will bo extracted dally.
The Keystono shaft Is being enlarged
and retlmbered and, like the Florence
shaft. Is said to contain much valuablo
A minic man recently visiting there,
said that It was destined to become one
of tho leading mining camps of the West,
and that its development meant much to
tho good of the mines near Centennial,
which were Just as valuable as those at
Keystono, but unfortunately had not had
sufficient capital applied In their development.
Arthur Smith Departs.
After an enjoyable if not a profitablo
sojourn among tho Idnho colony of this
city Arthur Smith of Hal toy left for" the
East yesterday, accompanied by his sis
ter. Mr Smith takes with him interests
that are not only prominent, but aro
meritorious in Idaho, nnd that a trans
for of some of theso will be consummated
before his return Is most likely. Of tho
productiveness of Ilnlley's mines In par
ticular, and Idaho's camps In general
Mr. Smith says he has no doubt they wlli
mako a now recprds the present venr
With tho restriction removed In" tho
Coeur d'Alencs they are now at llbertv
to ship all of which they aro capable, anil
a larger tonnago Is coming from that
sourco to Utah's smelters than over before
CONSTRUCTION AT NEWHOUSE.
Heavy Consignments of Machinery
Now Pouring Into tho Camp.
Joseph Dederlchn, superintendent of
construction on tho Nowhouso start at
Nowhouso, has returned from camp, and
aa'B of tho campaign down thoro that it
will undoubtedly bo completed as has
been scheduled. On Saturday last thero
arrived at camp no fewer than nine car
loads of material, whllo everything Indi
cates that It will contlnuo to arrive as
freely until the last consignment Is on
the ground. Tho spcctaclo presented
down at camp Is a von' animated one,
and all the persons for whom room can
be found aro being employed.
We couldn't moneyback
tea, if our tea weren't better
than tea as you know it,
Yoar grocer rtumi your money if j-oa don't. liV
Plenty of Gold
in Ha Camp
George Gunn Comes in After Personal
Examination of tho Gold Fields
in tho West.
Georgo Gunn, tho field export for tho
American Smelting and Refining com
pany, and incidentally a gentleman who
has guaranteed tho foundation for not a
few of tho moro productive companies In
tho western country, has returned from
Goldfleld, Nov., and Its neighboring
camps. One of tho points to which hla at
tention has been called was Bull Frog
Commenting upon it vesterday, Mr Gunn
said that In a 300-foot ledgo ho found It
possible to obtain a sample of quartz
showing froo gold In a groat many of the
places, and whllo he Is not prcparcdMo
submit any conclusions ho may havo In
timated concerning the region, he Is at
lnst generous enough to say It Is a good
place for tho prospector. Mr. Gunn says
thero Is no doubt whatever concornlng
tho developments of Goldfleld, and em
phasizes tho fact that It has been among
the most remarkable developments, of the
present century. Tonopah's producers
arc experiencing considerable difficulty
In gotting transportation for their ores.
However, this promises to bo corrected
the present season, when extensions from
Tonopah will havo been put into Gold-field.
Good Oro at Reveille.
From Reveille, Nov , comes tho news
that oro worth $90 a ton has been discov
ered In a largo bodv. It Is from a mine
belonging to the Southwestern Nevada
Mines company, nnd, according to the
Reno Garotte, thero are 250.0W tons of
this oro In sight.
Mr. Blxlcr states that tho Southwest
ern company has 250.000 tons of ore In
sight. He believes It will average $90 per
ton. In spot3 It will go $125 or moie.
The ore has been opened In thrco placc3
on the mountain side. The first was at
a tunnel where the great Last Chance
cave was discovered, and there are two
on the same ledge above that, giving a
known measurement of the ledge of CO)
feet In height At the highest point Her
man Rclschke has been taking put and
shipping ore for the post twelve years.
The ledge cannot bo traced on the sur
face, but occasionally there are mineral,
showings with Indications of Iron. The
Iron Is silver and galena.
Conditions at Leadville.
John C. Christian, who has been prom
inently associated with the leading mi
ners of Leadvllle slnco the foundation of
that camp, Is In the city attending tho
bcdsldo of a sick sister, whom the entire
Colorado contingent hopes to seo back at
her studies at Rowland Hall at an early
day. Perhaps no ong Is more conversant
with vhe log of Leadvllle and Its pro
ductiveness than is Mr. Christian. Ho
has witnessed Its ovolu lions from a camp
of carbonates to a camp of sulphides,
and was present when tho great Johnnv
mlne. productive of multi-millions, was
handed out to the gold resources of the
world. Of Leadvllle, Mr, Christian says
that whllo It Is not booming. It Is at
least Industrial, and Is today affording
employment to a very largo number of
persons. Its merchants are apparently
thrifty, nnd all conditions appear to be
favorablo to at least a good living.
Tonopah Goldfleld Stocks.
Friday's transfers on tho San Francis
co board were recorded as they follow:
Blue Bell, 600 at 25c; Goldflold-DSamond
Mining company, 500 at 20c, ?.facNamara.
2100 at 3GS34c; Montana-Tonopah, 200 at
$1.931.92; Rescuo, 100 at 11c; Belmont.
700 at GJ'JCMc; Midway, 1200 at 44JH5c;
North Star, 500 at 19c; Tonopah Exten
sion. 200 at S1.S0; Tonopah Mining com
pany. 100 at $S.37; North Star, COO at 19c
Henry M. Crowthcr has returned from
properties of tho Continental Alta, that
altltudlnous camp. He says the survey
for the tram line has been completed, that
tho new mill is under cover and that he
sees no reason why it should not bo com
pleted as scheduled.
Manager Catrow of Uio Ohio Copper
company is back from its mines and mill
at Bingham, and says of the latter that
all of Its now equipment will be In com
mission by the last of tho present week.
At present he Is sending to the market
high-grade concentrates, along with tho
best oro it has received, and everything
Indicates that the Ohio Copper company
will begin the payment of dividends be
fore tho close of the year.
D. C. Jackllng. tho general manager of
tho Utah Copper company, Is back from
U?,.Plants ancJ Properties at Bingham.
With tho present record he cannot but
bo pleased, and has no hesitation in con
fessions that much.
John W. Langley Is back from Idaho,
from he has been sojourning at his ranch
Mr, Langley says of his Interests at Gold
field. Nov., that they nro giving splendid
account of themselves and that a letter
from camp induces him to believo they
will bo among tho shippers In a short
Clarcnoc B. Allen, general superintend
ent of the United States company's prop
erties at Bingham and Tlntlc, left for
camp again yesterday morning.
Wocrner Zioglcr, superintendent of tho
Ohio Copper company's properties nt
Binghnm, left for that camp again yes
George Moore, the well-known mining
man and metallurgist, has gone East
The Overland of Sunshine Is In with
another shipment of gold dust.
The roaster at the Sacramento com
pany's Mercur plant Is again in commis
sion. D. P. Rohlflng loft for Frlsco'last night
to look Into developments at the Lulu
"W. F. BOND & CO.,
Brokers Stocks and Mines,
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. Francis G. Luke
General Manager. Top Floor Commer
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signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, in nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah.
In tho matter of tho estate oX Jane
Kersey, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Mary K. Blunt, praying
for tho Issuance to Joseph Blunt of let
ters of administration In tho estate of
Jane Kersey, deceased, has been set for
hearing, on Friday, the 2Sth day o.f Oc
tobor. A D. 1MM, at ten o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse, In the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clork of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of
October, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
fScal) . Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
N. V. JonoB, Attorney for Petitioner
Trade Dollai Extension Mining com
nany Location of principal place of bus
;,.5. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notice is hereby giver, :nsi at a meet
ing of the board of dlroctors of said com
pany, held on the 15th day of September.
1904. an assessment of ten $,10) cents per
sharo was levied on the outstanding capi
tal slock of this corporation, payable 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 day of October. 1901. wlli be de
linquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is mado
before, will be sold on tho 9th day of No
vember, 1901. at 2 o'clock n. m. at the of
fice of the company, room No. 100. David
Keith building, Salt Lake City. Utah, to
pnv tho delinquent assessment together
with the costs of advertising and expense
of sale. E. G. KIDDER.
Salt Lake City. Utah. September 16. 1S04.
First publication. September 17, 1901.
Lftt piir.Ur-Hnn nrlnh"- 19 1904 ai39J
Joo Bowers Mining company. Principal
place of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice There are delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment levied on tho 20lh day of Au
gust, 1904. the several amounts set oppo-
Blto tt'1- names of the respective share
holders, as follows.
Cert. Name. Shares. Arat
SI5-' ,V. F. Seln 1,000 $ 10.00
S50-W. F. Seln 500 5.00
S79 W. E. Ferrebeo 1,000 10.00
483-C. C, HIgglns...., 500 6.00
C75 Jos, Hause 1.0v 10.00
717 Irvine Sc. Mason, Tr.... 1,000 10.00
040 H B. Asadoorlan 2,500 X.00
PCs-Grant Swan 600 &.00
971 C. L. Rood 6.000 60.00
PV-C. L. Rood 6,000 50,00
1007 Max E. Smith 600 6.00
1M4 John Dern 5,(XX) f).C-o
1035 John Dern 5.000 50.05
1P3C John Dern 2.C00 25.00
10X-John Dern 2,500 25.00
lllS-Mrs. H. H. Mclntlro.... 500 6.00
1153 E. D. Wlcklns 500 6.00
115S A. T. Sanford 500 5.00
llCl-Cv A. Dole 1,600 15,00
J173-J. M. Burt 600 6.60
1225-Jas. T. Bcless LOOO 10.00
1227 W. E. Ferrobee 2,600 25.00
1278 Grant Swan 24 M
1353 Max E. Smith 90
1370 W. E. Forrebce ICS l.GS
1371 W. F. Seln 72 .72
1405 Jos Hause 4S .48
Mrs H. B Asadoorlan 120 ;j
14.19 C. L. Rood 4S0 .S0
14CS Mrs II. 1L Mclntlre.... 24 .24
14C3 E. D. Wlckons 24 .24
1470-C. A. LOlo 72 .72
11S0 E. D. Swan 43 .43
MSI Jas T. Belens 43 .48
152S W. H. C'ark 1,000 10.00
1550 E. H. WtUs 200 t.K?
1CS1-E. H. Wlls 63 .62
lfSl C. C. HlgglnH 500 6.C0
jr5v, J. Barnett.. 5C) 6.00
1E65 C. L. Rood 170 1.70
1CCS C L. Rood. 330 3.20
1719 S. M. Warmbath 1,000 10.00
U73 C. E. Brubake: 1,000 10.00
1911 Nettle Palno 1,000 10.CO
191 tM. J. Hardin 300 3.00
1945 M. J. Hardin 310 3 10
JO 63 M. J. Hardin 24 .24
0 F. J. O'Neill 600 6.00
2011 Theo. Davis 1.000 10.00
2012 Theo. Davis 1,0?; io.OO
20-13 J. H. Linck 1,000 10.00
2016-G. H. Smith 500 5.00
1017 C. D. Savery E00 6.00
2051 E. D. Swan 600 5.00
052 E. D. Swan. 600 6,00
2(69 C. K. McCornlck 600 6.00
207S E. W Griffiths 600 6.00
2100 MIkvr Bamberger 600 G.00
2109 .T H. Linck. 1,000 10.00
200 H. S. Joseph COO 6.WK
221B G. H. Smith 600 6.00
2235 J W. Skinner 600 6.00
522S Sheets & Thompson.... 500 6. CO
2219 Eva Lloyd 624 6.24
2o25 Max E. Smith . 500 6.00
235C Hudson Sons Co 500 G.GO
2204 Hudson Sons Co COO 6.00
S3CC Hudson Sons Co 600 6.00
243S W. J Browning 1,000 10.CO
2131 W. J. Browning 1,000 io.OO
2439 W. J Browning 1.000 10.M
2400 E. M. West 1,000 10.00
ZiCR-Frank D. Hobba 500 6,00
252C-W. W Rivers LOCO 10.00
2527 W. V. Rivers l.ooo io.OO
253D-E. M West rooo 10.00
2T-31 E M. West 1.00ft io. (K
2532-E. M West 1.000 io.OO
rr&i-E. m. west... l.ooo 10.00
ICP1 W. J. Browning 1.000 io.On
ZCK-Ti M West 1.00) io.OO
2Cf3 E M. Wst 1,000 io.OO
?H-E M. West 1,000 10.00
2C05-E. M. WTrat.. .... 1.000 0 on
ffl6 E'olse AUard l.oon 10.00
rrit L. Wober 1,000 10.00
2G20-J. M Lyon 60") 6,00
2G27-E. M. West 600 6.00
030 W W. Rivers... i,y io..
r4r Jn3. Crelgnton , 500 c,00
"47 Jas. Crclchton l,crn jn.On
27IS-Jas. Crelghton 1.000 io.OO
2749 Jas. Croighton ........,k 1.000 io.CO
V777 Joa. Hause 5,000 .nn.po
2TE9 J. A. Pollock & Co 13.500 135.00
And In accordance with law and order
of tho board of directors, made on
the 20th day of August. 1904. so many
shares of each parcel of such stock an
may be necr-ssary will bo sold at Room l
151 Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
the 15th day of October. 1904. at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m to pay delinquent as
Ffssment thereon, together with the costs
of advertising and emonses of sale.
b1fi A.J OTiTCTCTCT.T. Sncrotm-v
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Joe Bowers Mining company, hold
this 15th day of October, 1501, tho
nbovo dato of sale of delinquent stock
jb hereby postponed until Tuesday, tho
1st day of November, 1901, at the same
hour and place.
A. J. GUNNELL, Secrotary.
f PROBATE AND GUABDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk cr rZt rcspoetlv
signers for xurther inrormation.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Vfji0nf tho
ty. Suite of Utah.-In tho matter of n
estate of John P. Brogln, doccascu.
NThupelItlon of Frank W.
istrator oX the estate of John P. Brogin.
deceased, praying for tho Mettlemcnt. ox
final account of said administrator ana tor
tho distribution or the resldup of eaa cb
tato to the, persons entitled, has been sci
for hearing on Friday, tho 2Sth day or
October, A. D. 1904, ut 10 o'c ock a- m; "
tho county courthouse, in tho courtim
of said court, in Sail Lako City, Bait Laxo
county, Utah. . w i.y,
Witness tho Clerk of said - J1'"
tho seal thereof nffixed, thlo 15th aa oi
October. A D. 1904. .
(ScaJ.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk-
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
William A. Lee, Attorney for Esta13
, IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In nnd for Salt Lake count.
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tato of C. A. Kmg, deceased Notice.
The r-otltlou oi Henry v Sansom. no
minlstrator. with will annexed of tno
estate of C, A. King, deceased, nrai jinu
for tho settlement of final account of Earn
admlnlstmtor with will annexed, and ior
tho distribution of tho rfsidup of said es
tato to tho persons entitled, has been sci
for hearing on Friday, tho 2lst da ol
October. A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at
the county courthouse In the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lake City, fan (
Lako county. Utah. ,
Witness the Clerk of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th da oi
October, A D. 1904. , ,
(Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk
By David B. Davlos, Deputy CierK.
Bradley & PIschei, Attorneys. oiwi
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In the matter of the es
tate and guardianship of Mark A. and
Jason McChrystnl. minors notice.
Tho petition of Sarah A. McChrystal,
tho guardian of the persons and the es
tates of Mark A. McChrystal and Jason
McChrystal, minors, for confirmation of
salo of the following described real es
tate to wit: . .
All the right, title and Ii.terest what
soever of each of said minors In tho
real property described, the Interest of
each of said minors In said real property
appearing of record and being described
as follows, to wit. ,
An undivided C19-10.000 of tho Eaglo
group of mines, consisting of the follow
ing mining claims and mlllsltcs, situated
In tho Tlntlc Mining district, Juab county,
Stato of "Utah (except said mlllsltcs) and
located, patented, known and described
as tho Eagle Lode mining claim, U. S.
lot 123, the Bluo Bell Lode mining claim,
U. S, lot 124. tho North Extension Eagle
Lode mining claim. U. S. lot zl3, tho North
Extension Blue Bell Lode mining claim.
U. S. lot 212. the Bcccher Lode min
ing claim. U. S. lot 196A. the Houghton
Lode mining claim. U. S. lot 197, tho
South Extension Beccher Lode mining
claim, U. S. lot 21C. tho South Extension
Bluo Bell Lodo mining claim. U. S. lot
215. the South Extension Eagle Lode
mining claim, U. S. lot 211, the Watson
Lode mining claim, U. S. lot 3722, tho
Watson Extension Lodo mining claim, U.
S. lot 3723, tho Beecher mlllsltc. U. S.
lot 196B (patontctl as situated. In Juab
county, but actually sltQatcd In Utah
county. Utah), the Eagle mlllslte U. 9.
lot 3343 (situated In Utah county. Utah),
for the sum of S15.253.14, and upon tho
following terms, to wit: First payment,
cash. 53258,14; second payment, payable
November 15." 190-1; third payment, payable
March 15, 1905, $4000.00; last payment, pay
nblo August 15, l&CG, 55500.(0, said de
ferred Installments to bo secured by notes
and morljes bearing 5 per cent Interest
per annuirt. as appears from the return
of sale, filed In this court, has been set
for hoaring on Friday, the 21st day of
October, A. D. 190-1, at 10 o'clock a. m
at tho county courthouse, In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 1904.
(SeaL) JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, In and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tato of Aluanda M. Pierce, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Adam Spiers, adminis
trator of tho cstato of Amanda M. Pierce,
deceased, for confirmation of tho salo of
the following-described real estate of said
decedent, to wit: The north half of lot
eight (S). block twenty-seven (27), plat
"B," Salt Lako City survey, situated In
Salt Lako City, State of Utah, fcr the
sum of S2500.00, and upon tho following
terms, to wit: Cash upon confirmation,
as appears from tho return of salo filed in
this court, has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho 21st day of October A.. D. 1904,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county court
house, In tho courtroom of said court In
Salt Lake City. Salt Lake county, Utali.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of Octo
ber. A. D. 190L
Seal, r JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
G. H Backman, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako county
State of Ulaiv. In the matter of tho es
tate of FrfcnX W. Scott, deceased. No
tice, Tho petition of Lura Scott praying for
tho lssuanco to herself of letters of ad
ministration In tho estate of Frank W
Scott, deceased, has been sot for hear
ing on Friday, the 21st day of October
A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
county courthouse, in the courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness tho Clerk of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A, D. 1901. 1
(Scnl.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk-
By David B. Davlcs, Doputy Clerk
Stewart & Stewart, Attorneys. blOO'
PROBATE AND GVj
Consult County Clerk nr ,v A
signers for rthrjra1 M
IN THE DISTRICT rntiT, i P i
of Thomas Oott n-Mrm 5 ot ttSB
Tho petition oYf6
Thomas Hull, admlnlntr, K ttWT
tato of Thomas Cott Grf- LWu J
confirmation pf lh
described real estate of o, h? flUnl
wit: Commencing at n T?il 'osSBRV
north of tho southeast Jo' l fiFl
(S). block forty-nino HV .' 6fM I
Lako City survey. runLp!at -"
ten (10) rods; thenw ' lf
quartets (1) roda; thtaS .mI1
rods; thenco north ore ! ttybM
(IVi) rods to tho place of nid 0nJ
gethcr with a perpetual rl-l&M-f
tract, commencing at a. A lT&'
Inches north of the eoatEt1 WW
said lot 8, runn ng thcr.. J! iu W3B
thenco south 12 feot- thrlnrnWC31
thenco north 12 fect to the SiaeM
nine, all situated in Salt IvHJB
Lako county, Utah, for thoi,mC,tJ'.5ML T(
and upon tho following T toT,053 ,
Cash upon confirmation IS?' tmil',1
tho return of salo filed in thu-E
been sot for hearing on Frh ' .C0Jte
day of October. A. D lto Vtft
m.. at the county courthotf .TK 1
room of said court, in Salt Lakl ft CSE
Lako county, Utah. ItiM'Z
Witness the Clerk or , 7BT
tho seal thereof affix" thu vEt1
October. A. D. 1901 5 ,rthiiriS '
(Seal.) JOHN TAMr(, 'WL.,
By David B. Davlot DVI
G. H. Backman. Attbracy ftS"'
. l!B?f '
IN THE DISTRICT COURTrlS111
division. In and for Silt LakIS
State of Utah.-ln theatt E-T
tato of Richard IngjWi
deceased, for confirmation of tviKBM
tho following-described roaliffMR!
decedent, to wit: Commencing J u jRI
thirty-four rods north and imm
of ono rod west of the DOuthSst SSKfSL
of tho northwest quarter of iSJSMS,
teen, township two south of rS2,flKMi
cast; thenco north forty-three rcSf'ojRibi
west fifteen and three-fifths rSu't'SKK
Bouth forty-three rods; thence HKB
and three-fifthH rods to the ph f7?BL7u
ginning, containing 4.192 a. f'aEV
sum of W35.00. And upon tho fo'feJW
terms, to wit: Cash upon conSSfe1
as appears from the return of mjT?KE.
In this court, has been set for W-EBElte
Friday, the 2-Sth day of October. JMBEftS
at 10 o'clock a. "m-, at the ttw, wf!;S
house. In the courtroom of Bald CT
Salt Lako City. Salt Lake counMbfe
Witness tho Clerk or sald wnrt.fettSl
the , cul thereof affixed, this &!j S
October, A. D. 1901. ""liW
rScah) JOHN JAMES, CM l&J i !i
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy (r
Nels Jensen, Attorney for Ejtat't blu
NOTICE OF SALE OF EEAL &
In the Third Judicial District a- tit?
Probate division, Salt Lake coualr rtf jkl
In tho matter of tho estate of ml TmLxt
phla LIndqulst, deceased.
By virtue of an order of sale nw teil'
by the above-named court oi th ?iv(u St
of October, 1901, the undcralgWJ SeB
at prlvato Hale tho following itS,
real estate, to wit: "a Lj
Part of lot 2, block 61, plat "C Sex,
Lako City survey, commencing aft tk SfU
2 rods east and 1 rod south of th iZr.b
west corner of said lot. thence u 3t
rods; thene south 2 rods, therre n Ml:
S rods, to the east line of Jeremy Efcii
thenco north 2 rods, to the pla til With
ginning. Situated In Salt Laks q 'mtul
The sale will be made on or afteV ;Wril
urday. the 22nd. day of October. Ui -fef
12 o'clock m.. at the office of O. H, t .Wsul
man Attorney, No. S2 South Et T
pie street. Salt Lake City. Utah, aula Vter
will be received by the undtrslftUr mil
said place. Terms of sale cash, in jftj
cent of each sum bid must acc:aj 'We?
each bid. and the sale or salu xflk rj"
subject to confirmation by said ccst V-jM
ALEXANDER LIXDQUTST. r
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Eiiiii taw l
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, P fc&si
bate division, in nnd for Salt Lake C5 0a
State of Utar -In tho matter of the trxi feij
of EdwaM F gden, deceased. N'oto tfa,rj
Tho petl'Jon of Sarah Morris Oai'i. fr
eouirlx of tle catato of Edward IL Ofia & x
deceased, Tor confirmation of tfct tiij I J
tho following described real esUtedai Uril
decedent, to wit. Commencing at a 'JCw
southwest corner of lot No. 1, b'oci I tsjj
plat "B," Salt Lake City survey, a: re Bfccjd
ning thonce north ten (10) rods, tita Xlw
east seven (7) rods; thenco south fln 40r;o
rods; thence west one (1) rod, liss 'tg
south five (5) rods; thenco west ul 'ifa
ro&a to tho place of beginning', f B 'ii&kf.
sum of J3200 and upon the ffoc rj
terms, to wit- cash upon coaflrraatuij 'lfcn
appears from tho return of eale. !WS :B JL 0
this court, has been set for hcarter J
Friday, tho 2Sth day of October. Jl CcfG
1901. at 10 o'clock a. m. at the w5 h
courthouse. In the courtroom o. ft j
court, in Salt Lako City, , Silt U
county, Utah. . ..jsliBt
Witness tho Clerk of said M'irt. T'UjfM 4
the seal thereof affixed, this Lth 1 omt
October. A. D. 1904. .rp ItX
Seal. JOHN JAMES. OA CBl,
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy CliA b
Booth, Lee &. Ritchie, Attorneys fcr? Jw r,
tate. 13 ;.CCC
. 'nn I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT F
bato division. In and for Salt z &
ty, Stato of Utah.-ln the matter of dr
estate of James Thompson, dtJ- jtj,p
Tho petition of Frank Thomp. I
ccutor of tho estate of James Tno-p fe
deceased, for confirmation of it" t
tho following-described real estate "
decedent, to wit. The north one-MJ" -Jj
of the northwest, quarter (H) 'Jftfer
13. township ono north, ranee c g .j
Salt Lako meridian, containing iHn, .
acres, moro or less, according W "U
ornment survey, situated la the
of Davis, State of Utah. . for the MB
?250.00. And upon the following :
wit: Cash upon confirmation. . VMkt
from tho roturn of eale. filed ,nfi 4
has been set for hearing on Ff-?) k
2Sth day of Octobor. A. D J.1 tk
o'clock a. m. at the county wurwo
tho courtroom of said court, In CT
City. Salt Lake county Utah. f Vfe
Witness tho Clerk of eald fttfrf CC
tho seal thereof affixed, this lltb w fikh
October. A. D. 1901. T1,rra ml --ft
rseal JOHN JAN.fc
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clfc
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