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, M page six TirJUE SALT LAKE TKTBHSnE. satcedat aioaxrao, October 23, 1001i IL
I :'3 I Mines and Prospects Furnaces and Mills"
1:1 J ' 1 Pittsburg Nine
'119 Recent Discovery in Alta Group
J EBB Opens Up Into One of Most Inter-
jJJHf cstlng1 of tho Season.
I, I V Late ndvlccs from tho recent strike oil
' ' I tho property of tho Pittsburg Mining
' "4 company, overlooking Alia, indlcato Its
1 ''l I development as ono of tho most Impori
,, J S ant In tho annals of that locality. In tho
l fl lower tunnel, whore tho oro body was
1 if encountered on tho contact between tho
''''JIB shalo and limestone, Jt has now been
1 ,4 B opened yp for forty-six feet on Ita strike,
j I ' S ' while a crosscut has been put Into It for
i ' H nearly seventeen foot, with but ono wall
1 . a ff ow oxposod. Occurring In this powerful
1 i m "ro botJ' Is a masslvo galena, tho metal
's B 11c contents of which will oxceod per-
! B haps 00 per cent lend, with characteristic
3 B values In silver and sold, whllo the en-
9 i fl 1,ro ma"ss will perhaps afford an average
1 I M ai iw cent lend or better. From the
, B b north di If c or tin nsuro somo very lino
I I m lead ore Is being sacked and a shipment
I Is likely at any tlmo. This channel Is
j directly under what , Is known as tho
! fl pioneer oro body and that was products e
' : I I nt an earlier period of 010 that averaged
J 19 about Cj per cent lead not a little of It
, , fl 1 mining (vn higher. The ore now be
5 fl hg sacked will maintain this average.
3 U according to those who have seen It, If it I
i B does net exceed it. Manager J. E. TIU1.
f , , a m aml s- M- LevV- wo Is serving tho
1 1 1 1 fl company in an advisory way, aro to be
I ( I congratulated upon ihc splendid results
' '4 IB ,nat r-re being nchlovcd by them. whllr.
ivSt 11,0 niP generally Is to bo felicitated
'Rfl vpon a disclosure thru cannot but em
' mm J'haslxo much that has bec-n claimed for
J ('nil ,t- "n tMO l'reent showing the Pitts
It Dil burp should become ono of the most pro
'iliia ductlv- of tho properilos In that localltv
JimB next reason or when tho roads shall por
jrE mlt of economic transportation of Us
ftlm ln snmo locality nio n number of
!BI most likely prospects upon which work
Cm w'" 1,0 Ioillt be continued the present
' 3 Hill Kfason njid there Is ovorythlng to foro
Smw! lc" otnor strikes up there as the eam
' AttM l'a'&n of development advances.
I, jj i RICH TWO-FOOT VEIN.
fl Found on Lone Star Group of Gold
H Claims on Virgin Elver.
U 9 Special to The Tribune.
t CALIENTE. Nov., Oct. 2S.-Myron
5 M Fisher and Joo Bullard, owners of the
' ! fj 9 Lone Star group of gold claims on Vlr-
!t M gin river, three miles from Rock can-
, B, J'oii. struck a rich two-foot vein of frec-
1 , 1 ; I II milling nuartz last week, and are now
1 Jl drifting on the snme from thn breast of
f 1 I 1 a seventy-foot tunnel run to cut a six-foot
! 1 Hi l'lec which crops out for over 300 feet.
I I fl The tunnel will be continued 350 feet to
i H m,t tn,s lciJKC. Assays from the new
, g m strike show values of S56.20 per ton.
' 1 a Wert McNnmce, hnlf-owner of the Ell7.a
, U M Jane silver claim In Chief district, north-
! it Jul v''0Kt fr0,n Callente, hns Just received as-
' ! M aay roturns from samples sent to Salt
k m Lako last wevK of 210 ounces per ton In
1 ji HI silver. Tho Valueta run In lime and spar,
ft pockety, and carry blackjack In a four-
1 n foot vein. A tunnel Is run on the ledge
fc n and several open cuts show continuity of
, B jl lodge for COO feet.
11 1 S9 Morton Thompson and Jack Bullard,
' Mm owners and locators of the Twin Peaks
:'' UUM wo up of gold-silver claims north of Mo
i ' KMA 510,11 ll,elr propertlPH, seven In num-
rffM JiPr' lmt woe,: t0 Goodwin & Burbanks of
' ntlffi , n D1K f0 530.000. one-half In sixty
1 ilam Sl,l's am' tno halnnco In one year from
ilBIB October 25, 1IXH. They Imve over COO feel
1 MM or work completed In open cuts, shafts
. UUlH 5n1 lunn0,s. showing a ledgo averaging
' i 5 fill . e ff?1 In Koing from ?5.70 to
RRII 1,1 eo,d nn1 from 07 tQ -l0 ounces silver
' 1 t-fUf por t0"' Tno' nave over 700 tons of this
j i lljl ore blocked out, ready for extinction,
i i UttH J- "W 'ooro and Xolson Gillespie, loca-
' 1' tllfl ,t0ra, ,f ,tho Kcd IJht rouP f sllvcr-
1 ' lifill lcnd c,nJm3 north of Caliente. brought In
I llftil iwo sac, f ore for shipment to Salt
lH9 lMllc f0r R3say- The lead Is a rich car-
1llr bonalo and tho silver runs In a bromide
jljtffi and blackjack, In a four-foot ledge. The
I riilS ?5,lUact 13 llme and Porphyrj' and nearly
' iilll 300 tons are now on the dumps. About
' "fill , fcet of tunnel nnd shaft work has
1 , iJtlfll b.rcn comploled and the ledge crosscut at
UHjl the 100. 20-3 and 300-foot levels.
I: , j jl WEALTH OF GOLD FIELD,
j '! I IJI A Colorndoan Who Examined Its
. j 111 Mines With. Mr. Kirby.
! RJn "o man, however indifferent experience
I 'I n,ny 1:nvo rendered him, can view tho
i ' 'tiH'fll v.ealth of Goldfleld without enthusing,
H Ha,d S-1"11101 C. Adams of Denvor on hlu
I tljilj leturn from that most rernarkablo cam
' fl9 yrstcrday moralng. At a corresponding
um J'erlod of development It oyorwhelmji h
1 1 I iRJu added, any thine: in the chronologv of
l. H1 (-ripple Crook, tho production of which
' turn ,ne ,lrst J,M' of Ils Career did not cx-
lr iBll feed W-$-(,A lillp Goldfleld hnri marketed
M (HIS ".res ,n t,,e ilnb of more than J1.000,0J
ill tllll smce January 1 last, with an amount ex-
1. Aaim ci-dliur this in gold dollars piled upon
ItBlil lno "'"'f"00- With the record at the
I ilHlll eomblnatloi:, the January and Jumbo
f HBlWi v.11- A11""" was astonished. Through
j i ttHifi these properties ho was shown with John
I ; 'SSsw A Klrby, who will arrive from tho "West
i1! P nliS tomorrow, after an exhaustive ovhaml-
ull!l nation cf several properties that wi-rc
' - ' ull'Jl recently commended to hint nnd his a--
!' ! Illfil Hoclatea. Mr. Adams, who Is tho guest
' 'inai ,of HoV,-, ,H- GV MC'"a. 1 fathor-h,.
1 flHill wil1 lcave for Denver today nnd will
I fflm ,n air probability, rotmn to tho groat
' ififl camp of gold next month, although he
J(' -dH nas not tlffdded dtflnltely the fat of any
1 uHli of evural pi-onoaltlons that have been
(" wkm presenltd to him.
I- I TO SHIP SOON.
;,!: I roi-warding' of Ores Frora Buckhora
j!; I to Clark Concentrator.
:! i Over at tho Euckhorn group In Ophlr
j canyon tho management Is rushing work
I,, B" on Its new eiiuloment. The ore bins aro
l-t I rapidly approaching completion, as are
V- 1 1 th... n-' laboratory and camp offices.
J if wllo Mnnasi-r I-i-vy felt yesterday that
II ho ould bo able to begin tho active for
; I Hffi warding of milling ores to the Clark con
f&W ccntrator. with which the company has
i UM contracted, cnrlv next month. Meanwhile
' : '. HQ the machine drills are working night and
Iff? da on general development, with somo
" 1 I Ifi 0,0 coming to the surface, whllo evory
''! H W thing Indicates that the Buckhorn will
;! : , i M I nave aon begun to reproduce the history
v i U B of carly dtiy3, A J'ea' deal of work has
h, 1 IE bn done since the reclamation of the
!; R i old producer was undertaken and with the
V J II facllltu-a ) afforded by the arrangement
' l" B fl w,tn llve c,nrk concentrator for tho ra
il' lr ductlon of Its oro3 Its operation should
i.B.'i Ififfl ,00rl bccomc finite profitable. It la said
fe ' Ifi H of tnc milling ores that there arc enough
11 ffB' ul 0XP3Ci at ials tlmo with which to opei
U' ') 1 1 n.t(? tho. m,n at lts maximum, while occur
1 B rJ"K Trlt" tnom 13 not a small amount of
1 8 1 jrst-clns3 that will corr.o direct to mar-
j I j THE KEWY0N.
BBBI ' iMI Hloganlly appointed, rooms', single or
BBBI !In cn filllt with or without batlu WIntir
BBBT fl lalC3 nw effective. American or Euro-
BbVJ I 'n 11 pcan.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
cm, Palmer House.
KAN'S AS CIT1 Midland. Coatca.
LOS AXGKL1CS Tho Angclus, B. F.
Gindnor. 203 Spring street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Imperi
al. Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OU.-Portlnnd Hotel-
St. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
ARIHNGTON Wlllard, Ralolgh.
May Day in Demand Now To"rk
The local mining stock market showed
slight Improvement yesterday over the
poor prices which have been prevailing
all week. May Day was stronger, cell
ing on the open board In the afternoon
at 31 cents. Victoria continued strong,
selling nt $2.10.
Scottish Chief was called for tho first
lime with S cents bid. Holders of tho
stock asked 3 cents a share, on sensa
tional reports from the mine.
Daly-Judge found buyers on the open
board at JI.CO. Daly Wes.t sold at ill. New
lork continued 6trongand In demand at
Totro sold 500 a t 27 cents. Silver Shjcld
was offered at Ca cents.
I A.M. P. M.
. I Bid. Aakod. Hid. Asked.
AJax $ .07? $ .07,(e$ .10
Alice 35 .CO .5
Boston C. .. fi.W C.75 C.75
Bulllon-B. -.. 1.00 1.0)
Beck-Tunnel .0314 .07 .M
Butler-L 00 .09Ti -09V6 M
Carlsa j .11 .12 .11
C. Mcrcur .. .I0A .12 .-J0V4 .it
Century 20 .3C 35
Creolo 35 " 3
Daly 1 a.OTi 2.03 2.20
Daly-Judgo .. -I.-I0 -t.JO -l.0
Daly West .. 10.23 11.00 10.50 11.2.1
E. fc B. B 79 1.00 .60 .03
G. Central . 3. -10 3.M 3.t0 3.M
Goldfleld B. .03 .12 .03
Horn Silver l.ta '2.OO 1.50
Ingot 00', OOV-
Little Bell .. .23 20
Llttlo Chief Ol'i .01 .01
L. Mam 10 .17 .11 .17,1
Montana T. 1.75 1.MV5 1.73 1.00
Mammoth ..." 1.S0 l.S7fc 1.81 l.SC
May Day .30 .30V5 .30
M. Wash 00,i .01 .OOt .00
MacNamara .2ft .37..
New York . .07 J)85i .07Vi .C3
Ontario -i.W -lf30 4.00 4.50
Petro -.... .W .10 .00 .OSvi
R.-II'sUikc .. .20 ;E0
I H.-A 01 .03 034
Sunshine , 01
Swansea 2S .10
S. Swansea 03 ,07'A
Sacramento . .10V1 .10?i ACi .10-Ti
Silver King . 51.30 30.C0
Star Con IBM: .1CA .15-y, .lCi
S. Shield 054 ' 07 "
S. Chief OS .23
Tonopah .. . IO.1214 ,S.23
Ton. Ex 2.C0 1.75-
Ton. Midway .27 .11
Totro 25W .2Yi .2S
U. States .. 2LC0 24.50 24. 00 24.60
U. Sam Con. .20?; .21 A .20'i .21
Utah 47'i 1C
Victoria l.0 2.30 2.00 2.171.
Victor C 03A ,01 ; .03',4 .03
Wabash 06 .20
Yankee C. ..1 35' 33
Consolidated Mercur. 100 at -lOftc; 600 at
May Day, 500 at 29Vc; 1300 at 2',c: 2500
Sacramento, 1000 at 10c; 500 at lOVic
New York, SCO at Sc, seller sixty dnvs.
Shares sold, 7100..
Selling value, $1775.12.
Daly Judge. 150 at J4.50.
May Day. 1000 at 2Tc; 4000 at 30c.
Now York. 1000 at 7c; 1000 aL So,
Shares sold, 7150.
Selling value, 52331.23.
Uncle Sam, 300 at 21c.
New York, 200 at 7',ic; 1000 at 7?lc
Totro, SCO- at 27e.
Shares sold. 2200.
Selling value, $720.30.
Daly-iTudge, "00 at $1.60; 50 at $4.40,
seller fifteen days.
Daly West, 150 at 511.
Mammoth, 200 at J1.S0.
M-Tiy Day. 500 at 31c.
Victoria, 20) at $2.10.
New York. 100 at 7c.
Sharles sold. 2100.
Selling value, $53-17.87.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 2S. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alpha Con $ .lGIIale & N 40
Andes 21 Justice 0C
Belcher 28 Mexlcun 1.05
Best & li 1.20 Occl. Con 74
Bullion 20 Ophlr 2.50
Caledonia 40 Overmun j- .14
Challenge C i0 Potosl 13
Chollnr ,2"j Savage 28
Confidence SI Seg. Belcher 07
Con. C. & V 1. S3 Sierra Nov 20
Con. Imperial ... .01 Silver Hill 52
Crown Point 00 Union Con 43
Exchequer 45 Utah Con 03
Gould & C 10 Yellow J 20
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .20 Little Chief 03
Allco 10 Ontario 3.50
Brecce , 10 Ophlr 2.15
Brunswick C 13 Phoenix 15
Cornstock T 00 Potosl u
Con. C. Si V 1.45 Savage I24
! Horn Sliver 1.E0 Sierra Nov
Iron Silver 1 K5 Small Hopes .... 7A
Lcadvllle Con. .. .02 Standard 195
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...5 4.00 Mohawk .. ..$52.50
Allofies 13.00 Mont C & C. 5.S7y.
Amalgam'd .. C7.73 Old Dom'n . 27,25 "
Amer Zinc .. 12.73 Osceola :. ... 90 50
Atlantic 1G.C;, Parrot 27 23
Bingham . .. S2.75 Qulncy Kt.60
Cal ft Hecla. OjG.OO Shannon .. .. c lvt
Centennial ... 30.12V'; Tamarack ... 123.00 '
Cop Range . ; 1 . 75 Trinity 14.G2V.
Daly West . 10.7G TI S Mining.. 24.23
Dom'n Coal . 55.00 it s Oil n.00
Franklin . .. 10.00 Utah 42.0214
Granby 3.03 Victoria .. 4.25 "
Isle Rovale . 24.37 Winona .. .. 10.50
Mass Mln'g . 3.23 Wolverine ... w.W
Michigan . .. 5.75
trashing "Without water.
Ib Like Trying to Get Rid of Dandruff
Did you ever see any one trying to wasn
themselves without soap or water?
If you did what would you say of him
.J1 I3 every bit, as foolish to try to get
hv fHM and t0. Prevent Baldncsa
J J.uPF 1,10 Bcrms which cause It. with
Snar,'l0, Vnenc Glycerine and
Mmo aaubf.tanccfi whlch to tho prln
Vl'ors 3 mSt 30'caUed Hair
,','ir0'R..nc,rplc!do successiul bf
Matnck? and JtlllH the Parasitic
tern, .vhlch feeds on tha hair roota.
i he. 10,s,na, nnd aly eenulno
Bcalp germicide manufactured
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c in
DSMJch!UnPlC 10 Th H"PIcldc Co"
Very Rich Reck
in Scottish Chief
Sensational Disclosure in Another of
the Properties Out of Park
In tho properties of the Scottish Chief
Mining company out of Park City lias Just
been uncovered twenty inches of ore, the
metallic contents of which, according to
a certlflcato from tho nssnycr, consist of
714 ounces sllvor, with ?0.G0 gold, 3 per
cent lead, with a unit of copper.
With which to verify theso returns Is a
Hamplo of oro at tho general ofllcos of the
company In this cltv. A more pronounced
example of chloride of silver has rarely
been .een by local mining men, and local
Interests In tho company were correspond
ingly exultant. The channel from which
It camo and from which the new strike Is
reported was uncover-'d on the 260-foot
level. Tor eighteen months, said David
B. Hempstead, ono of tho officials of the
company, during the afternoon, It had been
Ignored, tho quartz over which the car
tracks passed disclosing llttlo more than
mineralization. On his return to camp re
cently Manager Lawrence decided to put
a shot Into It. The result was almost be
wildering and since that the sacking of
oro has boon in piogress, with a consign
ment of tho hlgh-grado rock to follow In
a few days. Above tho chlorides, said
Mr. Hempstead, was streak of-lead ore,
tho best results to bo had from which
were Indifferent, and it was this, porhaps,
that misled the management. It Is tho In
tention now, said he. to sink on tho chlor
ides and as soon as the dip of the chan
nel shall have been determined, to cross
nut to It from tho GOO-foot level. Tho com
pany has been most persevering In Ils ef
forts to develop a mine on Scottish Chiel
ground, and mining circles generally will
rejoice with tho management over the
present condition up there.
CLINGS TO OLD LOVE.
Cannot Be Induced to Part With the
Old Camp of Gold.
A letter from George C. Fcttermun, who
has for many years divided his attention
nnd talent between mining and commer
cial pursuits at Do Lamar. Nov., says
that while others are seeking new dig
gings, the old camp of gold never af
forded better ovldenco of permanency and
that under tho direction of Frank P.
Swindler tho mill and mines of Bamber
ger's Do Lamar company are giving
most excellent account of themselves.
Whllo tho actual production of tho mines
nor the output of the mill Is accurately
known at camp It Is genernlly conceded
that tho latter will exceed J2000 a day nt
this time, with every assurance that It
will pile into greater heights as tho year
Mr. Fotterman has recently emphasized
his confldenco In tho future of the camp
by purchasing the II. W. Miles Interest in
what has been known since patriarchal
days as the Miles company and hus rein
corporated it as the De Lamar Mercan
tile company, Mr. Fettcrman, who ac
quires S3 per cent of It. assuming tho
presidency and general management, with
H. W. Miles as vice-president and W. D.
Pase as secretary and treasurer. In ad
dition to this he has Just launched tho
Callcnto Mercantile company, with a cap
ital stock of J15.000, divided Into shares of
the par value of ?1 each, and over which
ho will preside, with F. R. McNameo as
vice-president and W. B. Pase as secre
tary and treasurer. As a homo for tho
latter ho Is now constructing a largo stono
building at Callente. where he will be
ready to receive his friends and make the
formal opening about December ID. Mean
time ho is prosecuting development on
new mining properties that promise to en
rich him and upon which It Is not unllkclv
a mill will bo erected next season. With
the country surrounding Callcnto nnd the
mineral-bearing resources of a region that
extends for many miles beyond Air. Fet
tcrman Is very much Impressed. With
copper and gold, nnd silver and lead oc
curring Jn ledges, largo and small, he has
no doubt that It will become one of tho
mo3t productive of the San Pedro rail
Bulls Control Copper Market.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. Oct. 2S-Thls has been
about tho biggest day tha wo havo had
In tho copper share? and the bull market
appears to be on In force. Manipulation
was for higher -prices and commission -houses
were In evidence with plenty of
orders. There was at times plenty of
protlt taking and the market continued to
advance notwithstanding the sales. The
demand for these shares is Increasing
each day. and wo are undoubtedly going
to see a phenomenal market here unless
all siirns fall. Speculation Is becoming
broader each day and confidence Is not
lacking even in somo of tho Issues that
were considered almost valueless a few
month? ago. Today's market closed very
nctlvo and strong Ilornblowcr & Wcks
brokers. 53 State street, Boston, and i.)
Wnll street. New York, furnish tho fol
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amal 8045 JCUO $03. S7'. Jo7.75
Bingham .. ..2170 33,00 Si. 75 " Si 03
Daly West ... 775 11 30 1 11.00
Mercur 300 .43 .42 43"
Utah 1G2S 12.S7-i 42.00 42 S7U
L" S S530 24.S7 23.S7& 21.50"
Curb Boston, $6.25.
Ore Shipments From Tintic.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, Oct. 2S.-T11C oro shipments
for the TIntlct districts for tho past wccl
nmountcc! to :0S carloads divided amonc
the mines as follows:
J-'ulllon-Beck , i0
Centennial Eureka ,
Undo Sam ' i
May Day '' 5
Eni:lo and Bluebell 1"
Slar Consolidated .. .. , 1
Yankee .. .. t .(
Theresa ' 1
Grand Central s
Uncle Sam Mill Concentrates 3
Mammoth Mill Concentrates
London Copper Market Strong-.
LONDON. Oct. 2S.-Coppcr was strong
in sympathy with better Amorlcan ad
vices. Six hundred tons were sold The
metal closed at Cl.
Bingham Con. Development.
Superintendent Rogers of the- Blnehnm
Con., whllo In tho city yesterday, Eaid the
management is developing a lino body of
ore at the 1100-foot level. Tho vein is about
live feet in width, and tho ore carries
about 7 pt cent copper and CO ounces in
silver to tho ton.
In the lead property drifting has been
carried on from tho main croHscut west
ward a distance of forty feet, and tho
work Is In a fair body of load and copper
Sales for Wednesday of Goldrteld and
Tonopah stocks In San Francisco are re
ported as they follow: Esperanza, J1.000 at
lc; Goldfleld M. Co.. m at 43c. 474M9c
Jumbo Ext.. 2000 at 15, lfrfilSc: Jumbo 6
at 5152c: McNamara, 4100 at 23c; Montana
Tonopah. 50 at $2; Tonopah Belmont. 80) at
72573c; Tonopah Midway. 3300 at 37c. 35
23c: Tonopah M. Co. of Nevada. 100 at
$9.50; New York Tonopah Con., 1100 at 10c
Rescue, 100 at 11c; Sandstorm, 100 at 20c
.V.crnal, ICO at &r
EFFECT OF ELECTION" ON COPPER
Opinion of Noted Authority on the
John Stanton Is quotod as saying: "The
Copper Producers' association developed
tho fact that normally the lncreaso of cop
per production In the United States Is 10
per cent annually. This was about the
rate In 102. but 1003 did not show such a
largo increase, nor will 1004.
"It seems to me the fact Is overlooked
or underestimated that It takes from two
to three months to deliver copper from
the tlmo It leaves the mine. At tho Lnko
two months Is about the average. For cx
emple. wc havo not n6 yet mnnaged to get
all our August copper smelted. In the
West the time Is longer, as tho copper Is
treated elcctrolytlcally and this process
consumes approximately threo months.
My theory la that wc must always havo a
stock on hand (meaning by thl3 at tho
Smelters, in Ir.mqlt nml In nnnsumcr.s'
hands) equlvolent to nearly one-fourth of
the annunl output of our mines.
"At tho beginning of tho year tho stocks
wcro a little ovor the necessary supply,
probably 16.000 tons surplus, but this has
now been eaten Into and today we arc
sailing pretty close to the wind. The
metal exchange's estimate of 79.000 tons
stock 011 January 1 Included every pro
ducer but tho Calumet & Hecla and Calu
met's supply then was about COOO tons,
making 63,000 tons American stocks.
Probably 70.000 Is our minimum mark for
stocks, below which wo cannot go and wo
are pretty near that mark now.
"Early In the year things were bad. Steel
was down and general biiHlness had olack
oncd up. With It the demand for copper
fell nnd producers shaded prices to secure
orders. Then camo tho foreign exports.
At first wo thought them temporary. I
was pessimistic as to their continuance,
but recently I havo talked to men Who
havo Just returned from Europe and they
say the electrical works aro running night
nnd day, particularly on the continent and
tney could do more business had they tho
plants to handle It. Wo are also shipping
copper to China and will probably con
tinue to do so.
"Our consumers havo used the surplus
up. The business outlook is rosy. Betting
odds Indicate an easy Republican victory,
but the bug-bear of tho election Is hold
ing business back to some extent. After
the election wo shall see the American
consumer rushing for copper and the pro
ducers are holding off
"After November, should Roosevelt bo
elected President, wo .-hall see 14 cents
for Lake copper. If Parker is elected,
business will halt, but not go to the bad
and the halt will not last long. I expect
no great scarcity of copper, but it will be
Hcarco enough to call for higher prices."
BALAKLALA IN RICK ORE.
News of Strike Reached Local Offices
Yesterday Manager Snyder Back.
News reached the local offices of tho
Western Exploration company yesterday
afternoon of a rich strlko In tho company's
property In Shasta county, California
This mine, known aa the Balaklala, ad
joins tho Mammoth mine, recently ac
quired by tho United States Mining and
A telegram from tho superintendent of
tho mine contained the Information that
at a distance of 110 feet from the upralso
In tho main working tunnel, a big body of
high-grade copper oro has been uncov
ered. This large oro body was located some
time ago by means of a diamond drill, and
tho management at once started tho up
ralso which has uncovered the ore.
General Manager W. F Snyder relumed
last evening from an Eastern trip taken
In the Interest of tho company. Mr.
Snyaer, while away, looked Jnt6 tho mat
ter of securing equipment for a smelter
which the company meditates building
near tho California property. He said last
night that he had received several proposi
tions looking toward the furnishing of this
equipment, but that tho company had
come to no decision on the matter as yet
TO LIGHT THE STOCKTON.
Contract Signed for Electric Light
Plant Will Start Soon.
Superintendent Galllgor of tho Stockton
Gold Mining company has closed a con
tract for an electric lighting plant, to be
used in lighting the mine and mill. Nlnetv
lights will be Installed. The generator will
also assist in driving the mill machlnerv.
Mr. Mongln, an experienced mill man,
who thoroughly understands tho ores of
tho Stockton district, has been engaged
to manage the mill, which will probably
start operations about November 15.
Boston & Terrace to Ship.
The Boston & Terrace Copper Mining
company, with property on tho west side
of the Great Salt lake, is making traffic
arrangements with tho Southern Pacific
company whereby tho latter will begin to
accept ores for shipment to the smelters.
Sinking Is In progress on the vein en
countered In the main tunnel workings
some time ago. Tho winze Is down twenty-five
feet nnd will bo oxtended to fifty
fcet. where a station will be mado and
Rumored Strike on West Quincy.
A rumor was In circulation" on the street
yesterday to tho effect that a strike ot
some Importance had been made on tho
West Qulncy property of the J. I. c. Mi
ning and Milling company. General Man
ager G. D. B. Turner of the company, ac
companied by G. W. Topllff. went out to
the property yesterdav morning.
Walter James, who Is developing the
properties of tho Ulack Rock Mlnlnr
cornpany In Beaver county, Is up from the"
C'opiwr-Folt again, conferring with local
Jamca Honclrlcks, superintendent of tho
Lower Mammoth, came In from that Tln
Uc property yesterday morning to con
sult with Alanager Sydney Bamberger.
Fred Fllndt, the expert mlllman, leaves
lor Denver today, where, with Gforgo L
Aloats manager of the Latham Mining
company, ho will place orders for ma
chinery with which the company's prop
erties at Spiuco Mountain, Nov., nio to
J, M. Reynolds, manager of th Wa
satch Kin? company's piupttrllcs In,
Heaver county, left ior camp last night
to take the measurement of a now strlk"
down there. Samples of ore from tho dls
closure Indicate the presence of a very
high percentage of copper, whllo It is
not unlikely that a shipment will follow
In a short time. Tho outlook Is char
acterized as quite nsxurlng
A letter from .Manager Cornish of tho
1 loche-Nevada assure local In teres t-j
that ho is now sacking oro which affords
at much as 6-' pr cent lead fortv ouncea
silver and $1.50 gold, with "plenty of It"
In -tho s-haft. which hnsnow reached a
deoth of a llttlo more than sixty feet
Of this class of oro no reports a rarlosd
now at tho surface. Manager Coinlsh
as aro tho shareholders to whom his re
lort was forwarded. Is very much pleased
with conditions at oamp.
Twenty cars of oro wero received from
the various camps at the Taylor & Brun
ton sampler yontarday. Bingham reported
with eight. Majestic with two, Tlntlc with
four and Tonopnh with six cars.
Tho City Rpck mlno at Alta mado its
first shipment In somo time yesterday
when a carload of good ore reached the
President Rutlor of the Ozokerite Mining
company left yewtcrday for a visit to the
minus. Ho will roturn this evening.
Receipts at thu PloiiMr sampler con
sisted of ono Cottonwood, two Alta and I
,.thrco Tlntlc, I
R TjP Record
1 1 Pl & BreaKinrj
I JL JL Values
l lEity 60c Teas
B are regular
I 80c qualities
I Extra Premiums
I with each purchase
I Premiums must be seen
I to be appreciated
I New Teas I
I 2530,35, 40, 50c I
I Come early I
I just to look. I
j Great American Importing Tea Co. I
j Money Saving Store.
Statlonory and BInnk Books man
ufactured to order ut the
BLANK BOOK HOUSE.
Pembroke Stationery Go.
54 W. 2nd South. Phones 758.
W. F. BOND & CO.
BROKERS, GOLDFIELD, NEV.
Ask for our weekly letter.
Got Gold Ores .
at Great Depth
Important Development Rewards the
Management of Bamberger's
De Lamar Mines.
Perhaps tho most significant demon
stration that hoa been mado Jn Bamber
ger's Do Lamar mines since their acqui
sition by the present company Is that tho
main gold-bearing channel has been
opened up below tho No. 10 lovel and
upon a horizon over 1000 feet below the
crest of the great gold-bearing zone. Of
this Frank P. Swindler, tho general su
perintendent of tho properties, who Is up
from camp, mado tho announcement yes
terday, and with tho demonstration ho
feels that the management may rely on
Its resources for great depth. Nor Is tho
lesson on longevity any moro gratifying
than are tho metallic contents of the ore
at a depth of over 1C00 feet, and whllo
Superintendent Swindler says they will
vary from ?12 to J20 per ton. there aro
bunches of oro In the mass that show a
valuation exceeding ?100 gold per ton.
Dismissing the new dloclosuro and consid
ering conditions as a whole, Mr. Swindler
says that at no tlmo within a year have
they been as assuring, and that concern
ing tho future of Bamberger's De Lamar
mines there Is no shadow of doubt. At
present he Is drawing on the oro bodies
for an average of 350 tons of gold-bearing
rock dally, and that October will show an
Increased output of gold bullion he is well
Ho announces the appointment of Ar
thur Ti. Parsons, a Salt Lake boy, as as
sistant superintendent of the plant and
properties, a selection thnt will elicit tno
cordial indorsement ot a largo circle of
friends In this city.
Of the country penetrated by the San
Pedro railway Mr. Swindler says thcro is
no doubt that it is going to bo productive
of much ore, as It is being Intelligently
prospected, with not a few bona fide finds
to tho credit of the present season. He
will depart for camp again next week to
rush work on tho new disclosure at great
depth and to prepare for another consign
ment of gold bullion.
Oro and Bullion.
Oro and bullion settlements, as reported
for yesterday by McCornlck & Co
umounted to SS7.700. as follows: Bullion"
tu.SOO; gold bars. J12.C00; silver, gold, lc" d
and copper ores, $37,700.
In tho metallic market silver declined to
SS'.d cents an ounce, coppor was quoted at
12 cents a pound, and lead $3.60?i$-1.20 ner
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
WILL MEET IN PORTLAND.
Trans-Mississippi Congress Goes to
the Oregon Town.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 23.-Tho principal busi
ness before the Trans-Mlsslsslplppi cc
grss today was a discussion of resolu
tion.". Thirty recommendations embrac
ing many subjects havo been presented.
Thomr.s lilchardsnn of Portland. Or
chairman of the (.xociitlvo committee
recommended that the salaries of United
States Congressmen be Increased from
$"-000 to JlO.Ou) a yoar.
Tho resolution of IS. F. Thurbor of New
York ayks thnt Congress place Its dis
approval upon strikes, picketing, boycot
ting, union labels and similar devices of
Portland. Or., was selected as tho place
for the next meeting of tho congress.
One of the greatest im
prove merits in trade is
moneyback: gives one confi
dence. Write for cur lIxwHlfje Ucoic, A SchiUi'n; &
Compinj-, Son Kraicuco.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSili
Consult County Clerk cr respective
ilgrnrrs for further inrormatlon.
IN TIIR DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah In the matter of tho es
tate of Joseph K. Clark, deceased. No
tice. , . ,
Tho petition of E. AW Clark, adminis
trator of the estate of Joseph K. (-'ar'ti
deceased, praying for tho settlement 01
final nccount of said administrator ana
for the distribution of the residue of saia
estato to tho porsons entitled, has been
set ior hearing on Friday, tho ISth day 01
Novembe-, A. D. 10I, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at tho county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court, In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lakw county. Utah. ...
"Witness tho Clork of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 26th day 01
October, A. D. 1901. . ,
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk
Harrison O. Shepard, Attorney for La
ta te. 0
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tate of John C Gray, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Nathan P. Gray, admin
istrator of tho cstnte of John C. Gray, de
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final
account of said administrator and for tho
distribution of the residue of said estato
to tho persons entitled, has been sot for
heaiing on Friday, tho 11th day of No
vember. A. D. IMI. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse. In the courtroom
of snld court. In Salt Lako Cli, 2olt. Lako
"Vltnc6S tho Clerk of said court. wrU
the seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of
October. A. D. JXH.
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
Jamas D. Pardee. Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako
county, Stalo of Utah. In tho matter
of tho estato of Peter Malmstrom, de
Tho petition of Illlma G. Malmstrom,
administratrix of tho estato of Peter
Malmstrom. deceased, praying for tho
sottlement of final account of said ad
ministratrix and for the distribution of
tho residue of said estate to the persons
entitled, has boon sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 4th day of November. A. D.
1004, at 10 o'clock a. in., at tho county
courthouse In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Ldko
Witness tho Clerk of said Court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 1104.
(Seal.) JOIJN JAMES. Clork,
By David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk.
James Ingobrctscn, AttcriiOy. DlfcSO
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, in nnd for Salt Lako county,
Stnto of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tato of W. D. Palmer, elcccased. Notice.
Tho petition of J. W. Houston, admin
istrator of tho estato of V. D. Palmer,
deceased, for confirmation of tho sale of
the following described real estate of
said decedent, to wit: Commencing at a
point five (5) rods east from the north
west corner of lot 6, block 41, plat A, Salt
Lake City survey, running thenco cast
41& foot moro or less to tho center of a
wall dividing the two houses numbers 123
and 125 West Fourth South street, thence
south along tho center of said wall ten
(10) rods moro or less to the south line of
said lot, thence west along said south lino
41i fcet; thence north ten (10) rods to the
place of beginning, situated In Salt Lako
City and county, State of Utah, for tho
sum of $7250, and upon the following terms,
to wit, cash upon confirmation, as ap
pears from the return of sale, Illed In thl?
court, has been set for hearing on Fri
day, tho 11th day of November, A. D.
1SOI, at 10 o'clock a. m.. nt the countv
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of snld court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 27th day of
October, A. D. 1901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clork.
Bv David B. Davlcs. Deputv Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lake countv.
State of Utah. In the matter of the es
tate of Mary Jane Rice, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Edwin T. Rice, praying
for the Issuance to I. N. Parker of lot
tors of administration In the estate of
Mary Jano Rice, deceased, has been set
for hearing on Friday, tho 11th day of
November, A. D. 1MM, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at tho county courthouse, In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof afllxed. this 2Cth day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1004.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B. Davles, Dcn-'ty Clerk.
Idaho Sugar company. Notice Is here
by given that tho board of directors of
the Idaho Sugar company has this day
declared a dividend of one and n half
por cent on tho capital stock of tho
company, payablo November 1, 1901 to
stockholders of record on October ''7
1904. Tho stock transfer books of thai
company will close on October 27, ?0I at
G p. m., and bo reopened on Novombe'r 0
1P01. at 10 a. m. "'
HORACE G. WHITNEY, Secretary
Salt Lake City, Utah, October 25, P04.
.IN THE DISTRICT COURT, STATE
of Utah, county of Salt Lake. Division No
1. Roy Jones, plaintiff, vs. David Kosht'
defendant. Summons. '
Stato of Utah to said dofendnnt-
You are hereby summoned to annear
within twenty days after tho service of
this summons upon you. If served within
tho county in which this action Is brought
otherwise within thirty days after sen-Ice
and defend the above-entitled action- irwi
in caso of your failure so to do, Judgment
will bo rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, which with
In ten days after tho sorvlco of this sum
'lions upon you. will bo filed with tho
Clork of said court. C S. PRICE,
Attorney for Plaintiff
P. O. Address, CI Hooper Building 1st
South Street, Salt Lako City. Utah" al9S5
Consult County ClorlTT. VLv
signers for '"rthcrjrfe
ba'to dKignrai" ''"
ty. State of Ulalu-lnVallli
estato of Dora Dow ,1 6 altf, VAI
The I'L-lHIon of a Fd7W- s-.l?
of the- ertato of bora n MV 'iS'
tributlon of ihe r'ffi for g
he persons entitled 7 fcai 9a S W
hearing on Friday, tho ii.a
vfruber, A D. il 1. at in M f
tho county courthouse ! Ctftk S f
of said cor.it, In Salt Lv.' S? I
1 nko county. Utah. CItr.
Witness tho Clerk of I
the seal thereof afQscd m rt. w I
October. A. D. lW ' ,h! SftS 1
SfDavId B. DavSnW P
t Harrison O. Shc,, U
TRADE DOLLAR EXTZVrt !
' 1 ' '
Principal place of busing, ; 2 1
City, Utah. Silt
There ara delinquent udoi n, ?Lr
described stock, on account fiV ,
No. 1. levied September 15 l1"
oral amounts set opposite' .3 lV5
tho respective stockholders L
Cor. ' Icj,. V
No. Name c. '
7 Wlgglcsworth. O. S 1 S.
10 Johnson, C. J 0'
c Schramllng, Marlva c " " ! !
27 Muchrt G. II... W 2
28 Bishop. AiCbnr ..... 3 I"'
31 Hathaway, R u.... """ M 1 L
35 Bowman, A. A Sj 3 iV
40 Tcmpleton. A. C, trustee T$ 3 !
41 Palmer. Georgo W .... 6 ,f S
43 Fritz. W. IJ W i
16 Anderson, E. J $ j
47 Anderson, E. J -J j
49 Preston, Henry A... h? I X
B0 Eby. F. S I I 4 J t
52 Lattlmcr, Frank )?,
KJ Hunter, Thomas H. .. 2 f L I
DS Eby, P. S 1
59 Eby, F. S .... . 3
118 Davis. A J . rJ fc
122 Tcmpleton. A. C. . 5 3
And In accordance with iaw and ,1 1 2
dcr of the board of directors S
15th day of September. 150? 2
the shares of each parcel oflJJ S
as may be necessary -will ba 7i? Bf,Ti",
office of tho company, room toV,l ''cn
vld Keith building, being numfcJl' ?S
252 South Main strcot. Salt iJ.5!L
Utah November 9. 1S01 at the$
o'clock p. m.. to pay the dclbl'&fcrt
6cssment thereon, together XT. 9f L
of advertising and expense of .
bl&SO E. G KIDDER.. ElK
NOTICE TO WATER TJSEM
Stato Engineer's Of lice, SaltLiil(,
Utah. October 15. 1WI. t,
Notice Is hereby given that th rvi 1
nental Mines and Smelting CorxnS"
by its manager, Henry M. Crc'iv
whoso posloftlce .-idrlrcs3 Li 109 rv5 " ,:
Block. Salt Lako City. Utah, ha r3 km
application In accordance with tili a
quircments of Chapter 1(0 of tha si, "'S"
Laws of Utah. 1003, to approprliu iS c
ty (20) second-feet of tho watfr feS 11 1,11
in Little Cottonwood creek, Salt 2
county, Utah Said water to t iJiS
from tho main stream at a poltt iv$
llvo thoiisan'i eight hundred (MoeTS
abovo the ir.tci'. of th Columbuifw
ldated Mining company's p!po llrt, r ,tl
whero the water will bo conveyed
a flumo and plpo for a distance of ite P"10
5000 feet and thcro bo used for iiit Kx
velopment of power, whlcL Is toUw fM
for propelling machinery at the bS fa2'
nental Alta Mill In tho Llttls Cr
wood mining district. After haviirl ,m.
eo diverted and used tho water viii I"134
ret "vl to the natural channel olfc
tie oiiOii n-ood creek at n point lie
S00 feet above tho Intake of th CcSi Jf1
bus Consolidated company's po; mZft
All protests against the srantlny efitf V.
application, statlntr the rcasoaj lis&
must be mado by affidavit and ldi tt
this ofnee within thirty (30) daji iU jLT
the completion of the publlcalloii ff Si i
notice. A. F DOP.EMl'i Z.1
Stato Esflaa K 7-i,
Date of first publication. Oct It In Ll
of completion of publication, Not. Z , 1
Notice of Assessment No. 1L 0.b
The Sllvor Shield Mlnlnc acd JLSj JtVc
company, principal place ot builntiias
Lake City, Utah. Notlco Is hereby (x 4 0
that at a meeting of the board of tei
ors of the above named compar ki m .(
on tho ISth day of October. UA, u ".tj V
meni No. 11 of V.h -vuts per shire w
levied on the cap'.al stock of tt n- iytr'
poration outstanding, payablo karat '.
lv to E. 1L Jlead. assistant secre mi t JjV"
511 McCornlck building Salt Lake C? 'TV9.
Utah. Any stock upon which itds
mcnt may remain unpaid on Wtusw il
November 21st, 1901, will ba Micr.eS !5"
and advertised for salo at puwlf 1 , 'ftf
tlon. and unless payment Is nuds w.a
will bo sold on Thursday. Dec lib. -at
10 a. m., at tho ofllce of the isiimi
secretary. 514 McCornlck buUdlrtW It
Tjiko City. Utah, to pay .JS ctrSi
qucnt assessment, toccther with cod A '
advertising and oxrvonse of sale fc ' ' '
E. II. MEAD. Assistant tu.7 If Cl(
511 McCornlck building. Salt LiM C V
, i NOTICE.
To tho etockholdcrs of the Stir Cc- jJX.
solldatcd Mining company. fcMih,
The Star Consolidated Mining co-
having acquired from Milan P" k
100,000 shares of the capital rt,"8 left?,
company, all registered stockho-en
said company are hereby alio ' H
chase pro rata, tho stock held W
to said 100.000 shares at 16c fr h(Jj
price, on or before December j, Cc
applying to the secretary of t"
pnny, room 432. Atlas block , Ei t j, J
City. This offer applies on 7 ,
cnt outstanding stock or tranifewh,
sUmdlng stock which has not pgtw.
In of for to purchase All j ""fj 'if taC
chased to bo delivered . to Pg.s ?!n'
tho company on or about n
1901, but payment therefor made P fr .
December 7. 10C1. Holders of iw" yn
siring to participate In P"rf,tt3 tit,Vj
present certificates to secretary
Salt Lako C" ,
W. h. Farnsworth. SecretaO- .
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