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III fage bight . THE SALT LAKE TRD3TXETE. sotpay mobiting, deoembebi jfi
I Ex-Mayor Thompson
Boys the Paymaster
Property Will Bo Developed Syste
matically Savannah. Group
From a recent arrival In tho city from
tlio south It Is learned that Ezra Thomp
son of this city and associates have taken
up aii option on tho Paymaster group,
which adjoins tho Dixie proporty opened
up by Wlllard Snyder and associates and
now owned by tho Utah-Eastern corporal
Tho new ownership of tho Paymaster
will mean tho systematic development of
a property ever considered valuable. An
old location, It Ilea on the same vein and
directly south of tho Apex, the principal
claim of the Dixie group.
It Is also learned that a company, com
posed of wealthy Duluth people, has taken
a lease on tho Savannah group, lying on
tho Arizona-Ut-th strip. A forco of men
will start to work on this proporty at
onco. Tho Savannah has been in tho past
a most productive proposition, and ore
has been taken from It In quantity, which
showed values of 47 por cent copper.
Tho Horn Silver management, notwith
standing tho fact that Its big zinc plant
is rapidly ncarlng completion, Is arranging
to ship 1000 tons of zinc oro to an Eastern
plant. It will bo treated, and If the cost
comes within tho price sot It Is probable
that a contract will bo made.
I COPPER MOTTNTTAIN SHOWING-.
Rich Samples Received by B. F. Lloyd
New Company Forming.
As tho result of assays made from a 300
pound lot of samples, received by B. F.
Lloyd yesterday, a strong company Is
being formed to taico over tho Copper
Mountain proporty, in Beaver county.
This property, always a promising ono.
lias been In litigation for a number of
years and only recently has become frco
of legal tolls. Slnco getting from under
tho Jurisdiction of tho courts, a few men
havo been kept at work on It. A 250-foot
drift has been run from tho bottom of a
250 shaft, and tho work Iirb been
along the vein tho entire distance At
Iho present tlmo tho vein Is six to nlno
feet In width, and Is proved to havo a
depth of SCO feet. Tho samples received
by Mr. Lloyd were taken by a non-lntor-csted
person, and show from 12 to 37 p?r
cent copper. The vein Is strong, tho con
tact being between a granite foot wall
and a hanging Hmo wall. It Is distinctly
traceable for a distance of 3000 feet.
The proporty lies four miles from tho
railroad, with a down-hill pull, and 13
well equipped with a gasollno hoist and
I WEEK AT THE SMELTERS.
Tonnage Continues Large Record for
Year May Be Broken.
During tho past week the Independent
smelters of the valley added to the total
of the world's copper production 0S0.S57
pounds. This big total, although les3 than
that of tho previous week. Is still consid
ered remarkable under tho circumstances.
To this total may be added the product
of the American Smelting and Refining
company, which may be approximated at
223.CO0 pounds, this making a gross total
of 1,205,757 pounds.
The shipments closed on tho following
United' States 2o3,S25
Utah Con 424.4S6
Bingham Con... 302.44G
American (estimated) 225,000
Grand total .1,205,757
I OIL WELL ABANDONED.
Guffey & Galey Give Definite Notice
Pipes Are Being Drawn.
TV. B. Sholp, representing tho land In
terests of Guffey & Galey, tho oil Arm,
yesterday received dellnito notlco from'
Mr. Galey of tho abandonment of their
well at Farmlngton. Tho reasons as-
signed wero tho sudden development of
tho new fields in the Indian Territory,
whero tho firm has largo Interests,. Mr.
Galey stated all tholr available men and
rigs are needed down thcro. He said ho
still believed that oil In paying quanti
ties exists under tho Salt Lake valloy,
and that when conditions make It possi
ble, work will bo resumed hero.
Manager Rumbaugh Is preparing to go
to tho Indian Territory Tho pipes In tho
well horo are being drawn and tho rig
I: H . ORE AND BTJEIxION.
; H i Settlements for Week Show Large In-
; 3 crease Over Previous One.
I 01 Settlements on oro and bullion for tho week
B 1 Just , ended total JOCO.'OO, a blr Increase, over
ffij tbo previous wook,
Bl Tho settlements may bo expected to ln-
H crease for soma tlmo to come, the poaslblll-
gi ties not bclnc limited by tho ability to pro-
fll duco, but by tho capability of tho ' furnnce
' Km to han31 tho output.
.' Sn Tho BOttlcmontB for yesterday amounted to
B3 IE2.300. McCorntck & Co, report them tis fol-
H lows; , American bullion. fiy.SGO; old bars,
MU 6200; cold, silver and lead ores, $30,200.
jjffl In the motal ranrkot cllvor brouuht COft cents
Jul an ounce, coppor 11H cents per pounds, and
i BH lead S3.WJH.C0 por cwt.
I- Mf Tonopah-Goldfield Quotations,
ffl Jomen A. Pollock .i Co., bankern and brok-
. ul erf. furnlab tho following closln?n on Tono-
flU Jah "tocke received yesterday from San Fraa-
( 9 cIkco over their prlvoto T7lr6:
, H Col. Mountain, 21022c: aoldflold. J4SS7c:
H Jim Butler, CSc asked; Jumbo. 63tf7no; Jumbo
m Extension, 21Q230. Montana Tonopah, J1.67H
1 H 1-70: Tied Top, 17ffl8c; Itcrunio, Cc bid; L'and-
I Ht ntorm, 3ig40c; Tonopah Delmnnt, 7072c: To-
F Di nojmli Exienclon. $2.W)r3.10, Tonopah Midway,
f Bn SZttXc; Tonopah Com., U540Stc; Tonopah
I N ICorth Star, 23ftHo.
I Mining Notes.
A. J. Settles returned from Newhoitie yea
ITon. Robert C Lund la a vurttor In the
city from the south.
"W. K. Murdock, BUperlntondnnt of the Hon
crine mill at Stockton. Is m tho city,
K. J. Kuddatz, superlntondent of iho Honer
lnc mines, carno Into the city last night.
John Clark of Junction, Ida . who has been
working for Bycra on tho Virginia, property,
pent a few days In tho city last week. He
broucht with lilm wimples Jmm th Virginia
and reports ovcrythlnc thero all right.
C O. Elllnirwood, secrotary of tho West
ern Exploration company, will roturn from
Kan Francisco tonight. Mr. Elllng-vood was
looking after tho company's Ms coppor in
terests In Shasta county. Whllo ihwn ho
was tho rmcst of tho efficient munogcr, Grant
II K. OF P. EXCURSION.
W To Ogden Via D. & R. G. Dec. 19.
m Special train leaves Salt Salt Lake
1 ! 6:30 p. m. Returning leaves Ogden after
HE III midnight. Fare $1.00 for the round trip.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern, Talmer House.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angelus. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring street
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, As tor House.
OMAHA-Tho Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR, Portland HotoL
- ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
WEEK ON 'CHANGE.
Market Shows Decided Improvement
With. Sensational Features.
Tho week on tho mining exohanga closed
yesterday to a better advantage than tho
Tho total week's rales wero 1GS.101 shares,
for which 551.8H.25 was received.
During tho week prices of tho moro ac
tlvo stocks ruled strong, although the
closing day brought a slump In May Day.
New York evinced much strongth during
tho week, as did Yankee Con.
Wabash was the sensation, rising from
G2c asked to as high at S2.10 a share, at
which salc3 woro made. Tho cauao of
this advance can only bo nscrlbod to an
existing "corner," as no sensational de
velopments In tho proporty Itself havo
Victoria Joined tho ranks of dlvldcnd
pnyers, declaring 3 cents a share. The
ctock advanced on roscato and well
founded reports of the property to J2.S5
Yankco Con was reported to havo en
countered m tho main winzo tho big body
of oro found on the tunnel lev). This re
port Is denied by the management, al
though It Is slated that tho Indications aro
Ycstcrdny was a dull day, and prices
took a downward trend, nearly all falling
off slightly. The sales for the day amount
ed to 23,010 shares, for which J597S.b2 was
Closing quotations wero as follows:
AJ03C ? '? .11
Boston Con G.OO 7 00
Bullion-Deck 1.00 2.00
Beck Tunnol OS .IS
Buller-Llboral U .12
Carlsa -. .13 .1316
Con. Mcrcur 29 .35
Century I .13
Daly 2.00 2.67U
Dnly-Judgo G.OO 5.174
Daly West 11.50 12 0-5
Eaclo &. Uluo Bell SS 1.00
Grand Central 2.85 1 3.2216
Goldflcld Bon U3
Horn Silver 1.20
InRot 01 .OHi
Jim Butler ZO .SO
Little Chief 0215 .02
Lower Mammoth 00 .05ri
Montana Tonopah 1.& 1.70
May Day , .10 .19H
Martha Washington 01
MacN'amara 21Vi -28
New York 24 .25
Richmond-Anaconda 01 ,03
Swansea 25 .35
South Swansea 0j .07
Sacramento 10 .10
Silver King 1D.O0 tB 00
Star Consolidated 13 -N16
Silver Shield 10V(, -30V4
Tonopah 0.2716 10 00
Tonopah Bolmont CS',-4 .SI
Tonopah Kxtcnston 2. CO
Tonopah Midway 31 .3D
Tetro 1SS .?CU
United States 24.75 25.26
Undo Sam Consolidated 22 .231
Victoria 2.23 2.3J
Victor Consolidated 0216 OiVi
Wabas,h 1.76 1.S7V4
Yankee Consolldateil 37 .30
Carlsa, 1000 nt 13c.
Daly Wcot. 110 at 2.00,
Ivower Mammoth, COO at 10c: 1000 at 9Hc
May Day, 2000 at 19c
Llttlo Chief, 2000 at 26o.
New York. 1500 at 25c: COO nt 2ic: 1000 aU
2416c. seller uixty days; 1000 at iMftc; 10O5 at
2-lVic; 1COJ at 246o; 200 at 24c.
Wabash. 400 at $1.50.
In cot, 3500 at lc.
Shares sold, 17,210.
Selling value, (44GS.
Carl ca. COO at 13Uc
May Day, 2000 at ISc; 2C-50 at 1S&C
New York. S0-) at 21Hc.
Victor Consolidated. KO at 4c.
Wabash. 101 ut tl.SS; ICO at $1.S7: 100 at $L-5.
SharoB sold, SS0O.
Selllntr value, $l510.6t
Shares sold, ICS, 101.
Selling valuo, J54.S44.25,
San Francisco Mining' Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec n.-Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
wero an follows:
Andes J -20 Justice CO
Belcher 10 Mexican i.S
Best & B 1 00 Occidental Con. .. .IS
Bullion 21 Ophlr 3.36
Caledonia 43 Overman OS
Challcngo C .21 PotOKl 14
Chollar 22 Savago .22
Confidence IS Sepr. Bolcher 03
Con. C. & V 1C0 Sierra Nevada ... .43
Crown Point 13 Sllvor Hill CS
Exchequer 43 Union Con. .. .62
Gould &. Currle ... .10 Utah Con W
Halo & Nor 1 00 Yellow Jacket .... .16
NEW YORK MINING STOCKB.
Adams Con $ .20 Little Chief 05
Allco CO Ontario 3.50
Brecce 1G Ophlr 3.20
Brunswick Con, .. .12 Phosntx 03
ComBtock Tunnel.. .0? Potosl .14
Con. C. fc V l.M Savago .22
Horn Silver 1.65 Sierra Nevada .... .42
Iron Sllvor ........ 1.60 Small Hopes 2
Lcadvlllo Con. ... .02 Standard, 1.60
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro 5 75 MIchlffan 9.00
Allouez 1S.00 Mohawk CO.CO
Amalgamated . 66.75 M. C. t C... 4.S7K
Am. Zlno ..... 12 60 Old Dominion.. 25.75
Atlantlo ....... 16.60 Osceola 02,60
Blnccham 34.6214 Parrot &J.G0
O. & II 645.00 Qulncy . 103. W
Centennial 25.60 Shannon 6.M
Coppor Range.. 66,50 Tamarack 118.00
Daly West .... 12.10 Trinity 10.75
Dom. Coal 66.00 U. S, Mining .. 24.60
Franklin 11.00 Utah 42.25
Granby 6.04i Victoria 4.25
Islo Royalo .... 2.60 Winona 12.126
Mass, Mlnlnc.. S.75 Wolverlno 105.00
Boston Copper Market.
Bpcclal to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., Dec 17. Thero was
very llttlo trading In the Boston market
today, but what there was showed a very
good demand, and nutsldo of a fow stocks
the tone was decidedly good. At times
there were Indications of profit-taking, but
these sales were well taken and prices held
arm. After the bank statement made Its
appearance the Nov York market becamo
weak, which caused a little selling In this
market. The closing was llrni on the re
action. Hornblower & Weeks-brokers. 63
State street, Boston, and 10 Wall street
New York, furnish tho following quota
tions: Sales. High. Low. Closo.
Amalg'd 4,355 JG3.00 JS7.50 $ ....
Bingham .. ..1,930 35.00 34. B0 31.75
Mercur 50 .33 ....
U. S. M 1,730 25 00 24.75
Utah 2,223 43.25 42.50
Daly West 12.00
Curb Boston, $6.5CS6.7G.
Park City Ore Shipments.
PARK CITY, Dec. 17.-Silvcr KIng.,1,766,
PARK CITY, Dec. 17.-Sllvcr KInf, 1.7C6,
620 pounds; Daly West. 1.&0.643; Ontario,
24S.0CQ; Kearns-Kelth, 161,210; New York,
G.000; Ontario lease, 62,800; total, 3,325,273.
of the Flagstaff
Alta-Flagstaff Co. Incorporated, to De
velop Old Proporty Under
With tho news of tho forming of tho
Alta-FIagstaff company, with a capital
of JCOO.OOO, to develop a tract of 300 ncres
nt Alta, comes tho assuranco that this
onco famous producer Is again destined to
take a front place In tho Utah mining
Announcement of tho formation of a
company to work tho famous old Flag
staff properties and virgin ground adjoin
ing was made yesterday. The company
has had eight men at work during Iho
past thirty days. Supplies for ti.e winter
arc all In and tho necessary buildings arc
up and occupied.
j The officers of tho recently-formed com
pany aro; A. A. Cass of Cartcrsvlllc, Mo.,
president; John A. KIrby, vice-president:
William M. Wantland, secretary and
treasurer. These, with Patrick Ryan,
constitute the directorate.
For over a year the members of tho
company have been acquiring title to the
largo holdings now belonging to the com
pany. The land covers all of tho old Flag
staff workings, from which In tho c:vy
days millions wero taken. Careful
Investigation has disclosed the fact that
large bodies of ore are still to bo found In
the old wo! kings of tho company. Assays
taken from these old ore bodies nave dis
closed good values. On so called sccond
grado samples the controls showed 25 per
cent copper, 35 ounces silver :ind 53.50 In
gold, with a good percentage of Iron, mak
ing it highly suitable for smelting. Tho
first-class assays run JC0 to $90 in values
The lorco of men Is now at work In the
old workings, opening them up In order to
get at the ore bodies still remaining In
tho workings from below. Tho manage
ment then Intends to crosscut into the vir
gin territory, which constitutes almost
two-thirds of tho holdings. This under
ground territory Is traversed by cross
llssurcs. Intersecting at tho contact,
whero .the ore Is found.
Tho d-Dvclonmcnt Is under the personal
supervision of John A KIrby, who opened
up the Daly West and whoso famo Is
The properly of the new company Is
bounded on tho East by tho famous Em
ma mlno. The Columbus Con. property
adjoins It on the south, and to tho west
lies the Kennebec, wnllo It runs Into Big
Cottonwood on the north.
With tho completion of tho Continental
aerial tramway, which runs within 1000
feet of the tunnel mouth of the Alta-Flag-stnff.
It will bo possible to market tho
great bodies of oro, which at an earlier
day could not be handled with profit.
Active development will bo prosecuted
through tho winter.
MORE RICH FINDINGS
IN CALIENTE DISTRICT
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Dec. 17. -John Fletcher,
owner of tho Midsummer Dream group of
gold claims on tho Virgin river, pns3cd
through Callento today with some splendid
samples of free gold oro. Jt was taken
from a recent strlko mado In his Black
Horse mine In a 100-foot tunnel run tp
crosscut a four-foot ledgo which thoy
havo stripped for COO feet on the surfneo
and which shows values of $45 on tho sur
face. At a depth of 110 feet where tho
ledgo In crosscut a fine quality of honey
combed quartz was struck, twenty-three
Inches wide, showing valuej in coarse gold
of $5000 per ton, the richest thus far taken
from a ledge in that district.
Mr. Fletcher Is a son of Willis P.
Fletcher, one of the directors of tho Splt
zle claim In tho Rossland fB C.) district,
and has ample capital behind him to put
in necessary machinery for the treatment
of his ore Ho goes to San Francisco -to
look up mining machinery.
Morton & Black, lcnsera on the Moon
shine free gold mine on tho upper Vligln
struck a rich vein of ors In a drift from
a 110-foot tunnel this week, showing val
ues of S145 per ton In a two-foot vein of
porphyretic quartz. Thoy havo taken out
and sacked about sixty tons of T55 oro
nnd will make an early shipment via
Moapa and tho Salt Lako road to Salt
John P. Northrup of Denver, one of the
owners of tho Black Jack claim in Cripple
Creek, passed through town this week In
company with Duke Flynn, owner of tho
Grand View copper claim, south from 1ms
Vegas. Ho will examine this claim with a
lcw to purchase for Colorado parties.
The owner has done 220 feot of develop
ment work on the claim and has opened
up a four-foot ledgo of IG per ccn" copper
and $12 gold oro at a depth of 160 tat.
Johnson & Ewlng of Chicago, ral estato
men, have taken a leaso and bond on tho
Copper Flat group of live mines south
from Ias Vegas from Tyler & Burns,
owners of the group, for $30,000, to run ono
Wlllon, Graham & Gordon, owners of the
Red Light group of four frco gold claims
on tho upper Colorado river, havo sold
their properties to John P. Ullls and Mor
ton Sandford of Spokane, for $10,000. of
which 10 per cent Js payable In thirty
days, tho balance In six nnd twelve
months. The ledge on these claims, so for
as opened up, shows three feet In width
and assays JSC 10 In Iree gold. Tho now
owners havo put six men at work on the
LONG LEASE RUNS OUT,
"West Virginia Man Makes $20,000,
OOO Claim for Property.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 17. Freder
ick S. Malley, "Weston, W. Va has re
tained a lawyer of thlo city to investi
gate a remarkable claim against the
Government. Malley says he Is one
of a dozen great-grandchildren of
Commodore David Watkins, who near
ly a hundred years ago owned much
property west of the Schuylkill river In
Philadelphia. Upon part of this prop
erty Is located the Schuylkill arsenal.
About a year ago, he alleges, he found
among the commodore's effects a paper
which proved to be a lease made out
by David "Watkins to an English land .
syndicate, which waa to make formal
return of the ground at the expiration
of ninety-nine years. He believed that
this syndicate had In turn leased the
ground to the Government, but with
the expressed stipulation that It be
longed to Watklna and should be re
turned at the end of ninety-nine yearo.
The lense expired last June and Mal
ley says about that time the Govern
ment offered $16,000,000 In settlement of
the claim of the Watkins estate, hut
that offer was declined because the
heirs believed the tract worth S20.0CO,-000.
What Sulphur Does
For tho Human Body in Health and
Tho mention of oulphur will recall to mnny
of ns tho early days when oar mothcrn and
frrandmolhera rmvo u.i our dally doo of imlphur
and molnp,i08 every rprlng and falL
It wns tho universal spring and fall "blood
purifier," tonic and cure-all, and mind you,,
this old-fashioned remedy was not without
Tho Idea was Rood, but tho remedy traa era do
nnd unpalatable, and a lartro quantity had to
be taken to (jot any effect.
Nowadaya wo cot all tho benoflclal ettecLi of
sulphur In a palatablo, concentrated form, no
that a nlnglo grain Is far moro effective than a
tablcspoonful of tbo crude sulphur.
In recent years, research and experiment
havo proven that tho best sulphur for medici
nal uso 1b that obtained from Calcium (Calcium
Sulpbldo) and old In drtijr dtora under tho
nnmo of Stuart's Calcium Wafers, They aro
small chocolato coated pellotn and contain tho
actlvo medicinal prlnclplo of culphur In a high
ly concentrated, effective form.
Fow peoplo aro awaro of tho valuo ot this
form of oulphur In restoring and innlntalnin?
bodily vigor and health; sulphur acta dlrictly
on tho liver and excrotory organs, and purl
flos and enriches the blood by tho prompt elim
ination of waoto material.
Our grandmothers know this when they dosed
us with sulphur and moloaeon every spring and
full, but tho crudity and Impurity of ordinary
llowera of oulphur wero often woreo than tho
dlfloane, and cannot comparo with tho modern
concentrated preparations of sulphur, of which
Btuart'n Calcium Wafers la undoubtedly tho
best and most widely used.
They oro tho natural antldoto for liver and
kidney troubles and euro constipation nnd
purify tho blood in a way that often surprises
patient and physician alike.
Dr. It. M. Wllklnu whllo experimenting with
culphur remodlcn noon found that tlio sulplur
from Calcium was superior to any other form.
Ho says, "For liver, kidney and blood troubles,
especially when resulting from constipation or
miliaria, I havo bwin surprised at tho results
obtained from Stuart's Calcium Wafers. In pa
tients Buffering from bolla and pimples and
evon dcop-seatcd carbuncles, I havo rapcatsdly
seen them dry up and disappear In four or flvo
days, leaving tho skin clear and smooth. Al
though Stuart's Calcium Wafors Is a proprie
tary article, and sold by druggists, and for Unit
reason tabooed by many physicians, yet J know
of nothing no ."vifo and rollablo for constipation,
liver nnd kldnoy trouble?, and especially In all
forms of okln dlBcaou, aa this remedy "
At any rate, people who are tired of pills,
cathartics and so-called blood "purifiers," will
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Representing Starr & Dulfer, Tonopah.
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
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Dally developments In this greatest gold-producing dls- Proce?Jf. 'on the commnvN Si a 8ht A
trlct In tho history of mining all go to proclaim the fact TV , clMS eomrwU cSjB
that by next spring tho most marvelous activity that tho of THREE FULL CD AIR IS, comparatively C0a
world has seen will surge In and around Goldflcld. Ncv. mine now producing oro to tho alUo of m t
00 YOU WANT AN SNTEBEST a HAH0E TO MAKE I li
INTHSSOAiP? FORTUNE 1
The Goldfleld-Guerdon Mining Co., now being organ- 'K
lzed for $1,000,000, of which 500,000 shares will bo placed if you first make an Investment in this stock and um
in the treasury as a working capital, offers you at the Jt developments warrant. Tou will, besides u
almost infinitesimal price of only. thQ floo(1tItlc 0 Affluence which by neit aprinit B
TWO OENTS A SHAM Hiil
A limited number of shares which aro of one dollar par already bcerv Produced this year by Goldflcld j S
value, FULL PAID and NON-ASSESSABLE, If you order- year this w, b JWwplrt. Sfl
now. The allotment of stock at this price is largely sub- your order at once for if jou wait, there may be
scribed for by some of our leading business men, and tho if?suo at the price. Hi
The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company!
Ed. "i Bc"' BENJAMIN T. LLOYD, Trustee 323 asStLt'M
We Are Not, Selling Out, j
i8'WE ARE HERE TO STAT.
Must mako room for Spring Goods. j
Offered at Greatly Reduced Prices.
No Old Stock
CHRISTMAS GOODS MUST BE SOLD. ;
V?o have everything tho heart desires
Houso Jackets, Bath Robes. Silk Sus- j
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.flQLpgjSLP MHV1DA, '
IN THE THIRD JUDiri AiK
court of the State of Utah. In arji t
Lako county. In tho matter orth.
cation of tho Golden Star MlnlnpllK
Infr company, a corporation d4E
nnd existing under tho lnwa of ikTSB
of Utah, to bo dissolved. tts
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 0?(tS
Notice Is hereby given that apttUuff
has been made by and In behalf r7B
board of directors of the GoiAJ "JK
Mining & Milling company, a SJB
tlon, organized and cxlstlne w5mB
laws of the State of Utah, harM
offlco or principal placo of buivdB
Salt Lako City, In Salt Lake uannlH
of Utah, for an order of this coiwiBW
solving said corporation. Said vSm
tlon wa3 filed on tho 12th day ot rZM
ber. 1001, and an order of onrtiBM
been mado thereon by HonorabI p
florae, Judge of said court, c3lre-tb,BT
said application be filed with tbCH
and that tho undersigned. Clerk dtB
court, give notice of such appliaSLBJI
publication for a period of Ihlrtr-CBW
days said period expiring on jiiH
IS, 19C&-ln tho Salt Lake Dally Tt2mBs
a newspaper having general daBS
In eald Salt Lako county, withlaBB
tlmo any person may tlio his obi'ttiallB;
Bald application. This notice la ViSB
pursuant to said order. 1
Scal) , , m JOm,' JAMn
County Clerk and Clerk of thscSB
Court. Salt Lako Coa&ty, CUB
By David B Davlcs, Deputy CIsLvfl
Dated December lith, lu
NOTICE TO WATER-USE?! S
State Engineer's Offlco, Salt Liki cBm
Utoh, Nov. 17, ii,
Notlco is hereby given that C RoBS
whose postofflce address la 325 ThtalBB
street, Salt Lake City, Utan, hu HJ
application In nccordanco with UiBB
qulrements of chapter 1C0 of tbt EcHJ
Laws of Utah. 1903, to approprl&liHJ
half (M) second-foot of tho wittr CnH
from Bay City mine tunnel, 7h!&!H
urally Hows Into Little Cottonwi oiB
In Salt Lake county, Utah. Slid nfefll
to be diverted by means of a
pipe, at a point which hears apprcdiiHH
ly south C7 degrees east, and U &HJ
nbojt sixteen hundred G600) fctt IrH
southwest corner of ths southeast tejB
of section 32, township 2 south, riH
cast. Salt Lako base and merldlin. trH
where tho water will be conveyed &B
said flume and pipe for a dlstancsof uH
four thousand MCOD) feet, and theitsH
from January 1 to December 11. bdH
slvc, of each year for milling Ut&, tiH
and copper ores at tho Superior AlUiH
situated in Llttlo Cottonwood rakluflB
trlct, and to provide water for
boilers, for flro protection for tit
and for the domestic use of the certaH
of said mine. About flve-hd.iMH
(5-100) of a eccond-foot of the watsriB
bo consumed, and the remainder cIltiH
ho conducted to a settling pond, ntsvB
v.'IU bc clarified and then retarct 4 b
natural channel of Little CottCHB
creek, at a point about four thoaiisiSB
hundred (1S00) feet southweat of
of diversion. .Jl
All protests against the grantlnc kH
application, stating tho reasons tirWB
must be made by affidavit la
and filed In this offlco vflthln tii'jtr Wl
days after the completion of tie P-JJH
tlon of this notice.
A. F. DOREMTIM
Date of first publication NoteaSeB
dato of completion of pub!leatita,iB
comber IP M
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunaele
pany, principal placo of bcjlats, S
Lake City. Utah-Notice. n
Thero is delinquent upon the fewr
described stock, on ncr-int ot i
ment No. 7, of threo con- rr birt!i
led October 21. 1904. pai dbie imctiu
and delinquent on tho 21th day ef J
vomber. 1501, tho amount set epposji
names of tho shareholders, as foitorc
Cert." Name. Bh?J?-
U5-L. U. Colbath -SW C
13? John T. Tannor ;
Therefore. In accordance Kith j"
the order mado by the board of djt
on tho 24th day of October, ISM. n
oharea of each parcel of stock bj
necessary will bo sold at tho office (!
secretary cf said company, Xo. la w
Main street. Salt Lake CUy. I
Saturday, the 24th day of Dtce?
at 12 o'clock noon, to paytnei ceu-v
assessment, together with the cauj
advcrtlslns and expense "'f;tv
No. 1C1 South Main street Silt tt
City. Utah. November ?5. 13M.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHO1
Notice Is hereby given that at a
raeetlnt- of tho stockholders of JMl
Springs Mlnlnc company, a "XyfaK
of Utah. Is called and will "jft
the offlco of the company. J0; S
block, West Second South str
Iko City, Utah, on Thureda),
12. 1503. at S o'clock p. m. ot v&tfX
for tho purposo of "". Fcrfi
and approving the action of th' f
Directors of tho corporation iin d M
lng tho oalo and conveanco
mining and other ProP1,1, SI pcK
pc-ratlon. granting an opUoa (fK
same for ItO.COO. find leasing
crty during the '"Vthe lJWl
and option A copy of the
mcnt and option la. q0.fli?.it"M
Bn.dley. Secretin-of gStto IK
offlco above named nnd subject
tlon by any stockholder. Diicri
PI By John Morehouae,
Annual Mooting of M
The annual meeting of J fGml
of iho Kelth-O'Brlen comp 1
held at tho oftlco of tho cojd !
NTn i(V David Keith bulla'"b,rjui
Tuesday, Januarj' 1( VTfncera
m., for tho election of
transaction of such i ot er
shall awfully ce befo"
Salt Lake City. Utah. D