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page six THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. batcbpat mobxrcb, wrejmsaJ
I MINES AND MILLS
I Two Big Strikes
I in Black Buite Mine
Big Ledge Carrying High Values Dis
coveredMeans Much to Proper
ty in Northern Section.
Two strikes, one of greatest mpof
tance to the property, have been made
on the Black Butte company's mine. At
I a. point on the bold outcropping of the
Immense blow-out. pretty well up the hill,
there has been exposed a wonderful
showing At this point the ore body Is
fullv twenty-live feet In width und
throughout It carries values ranging from
fsti to well over per ton. As fre-
quently occur.", the dwoover? of this
rich sh-.if was made by the merest acd
dent, says the Goldllcld News. Some
months ago Mr. Ish prospected this por
tion of the cropping and encountered good
values although he had not broken Into
the richer section. The first tunnel was
driven In a short dlstanct to explore the
territory, but was nt :dvanf.--.l beneath
the shooL A few dny.s ago. In crossing
the ayke. W. S. Patrick, the general man-
ac'i notleed a k' l-lo..ikli.g pl'-.-e of
qu.irt7.ltc that wia conslderablv honey
Hf combed. Examining the same and the nd-
Joining cropping, he came across a big
piece, weighing at least sixty pounds, ope
laoe of which ihvvft large qu.intlt l-; Of
free gold scattered through the rock.
This sample was brought downtown and
has attracted a good deal of attention
Further prospecting has proved that the
entire ledge if such It may be called
carries good values, and that a tTO&t part
, of It will ship at a profit . The lower
tunnel was driven to cut at depth this
ore body, but evidently It has dipped. It
In now the purpose of the management
to extend the tunnel to connect with the
shaft and then continue the exploration
Work liuth fur th- .- l.-n-l. m .f tin- .nirirt7
lte ledge and the ore shoot Just dlscov-eri-.l.
Wonderful as the showing has been
heretofore In this property, the latest dc
velopments are of most extraordinary
Importance and mean a great deal to the
property, as well as th- northern sec
tlon of the district.
The other strlk wa made on the Black
Butte No. 3. where a ledge hus been cx
posed that Is from twelve to llfteen feet
wide and carries good milling values at
surface. This occurred on Thursday and
the tind is being extensively explored.
Beyond question the Black Butte is one
of the wonders of this remarkable dls
trict. and In the near future will make a
decidedly creditable record in production.
IGOLDFIELD VINDICATOR SOLD.
Salt Lake Interests Sold to Denver
I Cluude M. Smith has purchased from
J. B efenardl the latter'a entire interest
in the Goldfleld Vindicator Mining com
pany. Mr. Menardi also resigns as di
rector In favor of Mr Smith. This com
pletes the entire reorganization of the
officers of that companv. The interests
of R. U Colours and W, S. Williams,
purchased some sixty das ago by It. W.
Orlswold, were secured for J 11 Emer
son of Denver. Colo., formerly superin
tendent of Stratum's Independence mine
of t'rlppl' k, and L. K. Spangh-r, who
Is an associate of Mr. Emerson's, while
E. E. Qnentin of Denver purr.h.Tied the
i stock of W H Tlbbats. E H Arls it al
.if Salt Lake Clfj n. W i;riswoid still
retains M original Interest, savs the
Goldfleld N. .
I' The cf fleers now are: R. W. Grlswold,
president: E E. Quentln. secretary; L E.
sputiKiiT. treasurer, and Claude m Smith
. j The main office hus been transferred to
Denver. Coin, at the yuc-ntln Investment
company, and the stock registered with
the international Trust coroin of Den
i 8 i ver.
It Is understood Mr Granfield, the
lucky lessee and prominent owner of the
famous C. K. & N. mine of Olpplp rreek,
is heavily Interested In the QoTdfleld In
dicator, having been Quietly buvlng out
standing stoek. besides taking the entire
100.i;CO shares of treasury stoek reeentl
offered by the company. ' Patent surveys
an- now being made and work is to be
Started January 1
The advent of tluse people Into goldfleld
' Is taken as verv sipnlllcant. Besides the
Goldfieid Vindicator, the Dem-er crowd
mentioned made a 10 COO cash payment on
the Bunnyslde group just between the Tin
Horn and Blue Bull property of George
"Winkler, R W Grlswold A. E. Hall
Claude m. Smith and Rube Rvder and
organized the Sunnvside ;,,rl Mining
company, with R W. Grlswold president
I E. Bpsngler vice-president and treas
urer, E K Quentin secretary, A E Hall
and George Winkler directors
I NEW HOISTING PLANTS
'Frisco Contact and the Lulu to Ac
Through Manager D. P. Rohlflng. the
Trlsco Contact Co. has placed an ordr
for a hoisting plant, to be used with a
depth of 500 feet The shaft will be double
compartment, but It Ifl the Intention In
time to put down four double compart
ment shafts, and work has already been
6tarted the depths attained murine: from
-5 to 15"' feel
The company hn; recently completed the
work of patenting Its eighteen claims,
which cover a north r-xt-nslon ..f the ,
moijs Horn Sliver vein.
The Lulu Mining company, which has a
group of elaims on the south extension of
the same vein, will also install a new
I GOOD SHOWING ON PHOENIX.
Lend Vein Has Yielded Over 8000
During the year work has steadily pro
gressed on the lead vein of tho Phoenix
mine with most satisfactory results, eiyi
the Bingham Bulletin. A large tonnage of
ore is In sight, there h.injr. over seven f. . t
exposed at breast of drift. The body
hhowe 2U feet of i" per cent steel galena
and 5 feet of shipping rind milling mixed
carrying an average of 25 per cent lead.
A shipment of the first-class Is awaiting
turns. Next spring Manager Gebhardt
proposes t. nit the market at a lively r.it.
to the drift on this vein Is in 2000 feet, and
up to date has yielded ov . r B000 tons of
Boston Copper Market.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 30. There were
plenty ol buying orders In the copper
shares at the opening this morning, com
mission house brokers being quite active
Fh- early prices were very strong but
failed to hold, as the commission ord- is
Were soon filled up and then a reaction
followed There were again rumors on
K Amalgamated and Boston houses were tp-
ported heavy sellers In New York. This
ikened An Igani.itcd and brought
B about an (fhessy feeling In the general
copper share list. This resulted in brliiK-
H Ing about quite a rem (Ion throughout the
1 Whole list. There were stocks for sale all
e round, which caused the market to con
tlnue heavy until the close, with the fcel
v Ing unsettle, Hornblowor A Weelt
' brokers. State street, Boston and p,
Wall 6treet. New York, furnish the fol
H lowing iiuotHtlons:
Saks. High. Low. Close
Amalgr'd 22.010 $74 .7?i 7l.12j $71.00
Bingham .. ... 1. . 86.60 34 W
Boston 1,108 6 87"
l Mercur ux X
Daly West ... 135 12.50
1 U, S. M 8,466 26 i 1A
Utah 3,1S1 41.rJ (2.28
IHE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North-
. rii I '.i Irie i 1 louse.
HEN VER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Cnates.
LOB ANG ELES The AngeluB, B. F
Gardner, 806 Spring street
M I N'XK.V PO LIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Imperi
al Astor Houst
OMAHA The Millard, the Poxton
PORTLAND, OR Portland Hotel.
ST LOl'IS Planters'. Southern.
SKArTLE Hotel Northern
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Itallgh
Vear on 'Change
Shows a Decline
Volume of Business Less and Material
Decline in Values of Stocks
The f;. l of the gavel which marked the
end Of the day's business on the mining
K change yesterday also marked the close
of tho year's business, for there will bo
no call until Tuesday, January 3, 1905.
'I he totals for the years, as prepared by
Secretary Shorten, show that 6,448 420V4
iharei were dealt In during the year, and
that their value is represented by the fig
ures $l.S4i',762.38. The figures of the pre
vious year were 10.169.741 shares, valued
at 18,165,838 13.
Comparison will show that there has
I " n c i i ' shrink. it- hoth In 1 ho
amount oi business and In the value of
thi shares handled Particularly is tiii
true In the last-named case, the decrease
In value being out of all proportion to the
decrease In numbers.
The decrt ise In value Is In the neighbor
hood of J5,0(4).000.
Tho totals for the month were 62L6S1
shares, valued at $179,510.87. During De
cember of the previous vear&35(3 share:,
were handled, but their value was
The week's totals were 14S,74f. shares,
valued at $39,442.77
For the day, 86 100 shares were handled
and their cash value was $S7L2.3S.
May Day was an active trader and sold
down to l"lj cents on the open board dur
ing the afternoon.
New York was in demand around 27
Daly West was firm at $12 25.
The closing quotations were as they
I AM ! I P. M
Hid. I Awke.l Did Agk-d
Ajax t U i U'-j I 11 $ L'j
Alice .2i S5 0
Bntiton Con I 37Vi 7.23 6 00 7 00
Bullion-Beck .,.. .75 75 1 50
Beck-Tunnel .08 08
Butler-Liberal .. .12H -1S4 .18
Carina 16 12V4
Con. Morcur ...I S3Uj .39 34 .40
Century . . .05 .18 .03 IS
Prcolo I 40 84
DSly i.nVk 2 0 2 .40 2 .59
Daly-JudRe .. 4.90 R 00 4.90 5.00
Daly West 11.00 12 00 11 50 12 50
Eagle & B. B 90 88
Gnlena OS 07
(".rand Central 3.05 3 10
Goldfleld Bon 08
Ingot 01 .02 .01 .02
Jim Butler 60 50
Little Bell 1.00 1.00
Little Chief . . .02 .021 02H .01
1.0W Mammoth. .0&U 08H .OS't .09
Montana Ton 1.70 1.S7V4 1.80 1.18)4
Mammoth 1.18 1 19 1.16 1 40
Mnv Day 12S ,I2H 10 .11
Munha Wash 01 01
M.icN'amara 224 -27
New York 10 .MM .27
Ontario 3.92V 4 50 1.90
Petro os 08
IWco-H 60 60
Sunhln . .04
Swansea 20 .35
S Swansea 04 .08
Sacramento .09 .104 .09 .104
Silver King 50 00 65 00 62 00
Star Cons U 114 H 114
Silver Shield 07 .08 05 094
Tcnopah 9.50 ...... 1.50 I 10.00
Tonopuh B-l 64 .73
Tonopah -Ext 2.65 1 05
Tonopah Mid M .37
Trtr. ...... 1T4 184 1
Cnlt.d Stntr-. 25 8TVI 26.26 24 C74 25.51
Uncle Sam Con.1 .224 -234 24 22
UUh I 354 43 .14 .12
Victoria 2.00 2.03 2 00 2 04
Irtor Con j ,i34 04 .03 .034
Wabash I 2.00 I 2.32 I 1.90 2 14
Yankee Con . !6y 174 " .
May Day. 4V)0 at 124c: 1500 at 124c; 600 at
l.'S seller thirty dr. MO at 12,r.
Slur i vmsolldatcd. 600 at He,
Victoria, 800 at ll"e loo at $19 800 t 13
loo nt $2 01 : 100 nt 02.
New 'iork. S-Xi at 3rc. 700 at 294c.
Share-- s--l1. 9900
Selling value. $2712. f2.
Pol- West 66 nt $12; 10 at $11 7F
Mny Day. fJX) al 12c, sller thirty da.vs; 500
at 1." r
New York. BOO at 29Hc 500 at 29c: vyi at 2'tc
Shores sold, 2575.
Seilinc value, 51 178 81
Dalv, 100 at $2 59. 3C at $2 60
Daly Wos-t. 25 at 12.25.
Hay Day. km at 12c; 800 at 114c: 8800 at lie;
43" at 104c
t'ncle Sam, 1000 at 224c; 500 at 22c; looo at
New York, rio at 27.-. yy) at 26c.
Tetro 300 m l"Hc.
Ictor Con. 3fi at 34c.
Shares sold. 14.325.
s- Ding value, 8ML60.
Carlsn. 500 at 12c.
Mnv Day :Vi at I0. seller slxtv da s 1000
hi 1"V feller thirty 'lays. at 10'ic .
New York. ViO at 24c: 200 at 27c; .v at 2ic
Silver Shield, 800 nt 74c
Star Consoll.Jated Wfj.at 114c.
Tetro. 29" at 17c
Warioh. 100 nt 18.10,
Shares sold. 9
Selllne vnluo. 5H34 M
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
s.VN FRANCISCO Dec. 30 Tha official
olMlBI fiuotnllnns for mining stocks today
vvcru u.h follows.
Alttt $ .07 Hale & Nor $ 1 00
Andc 40 Jtutlco 09
Belcht-r 24 Mexican 2 05
Hc-t U Belcher.. 1.15 Occidental Con . .83
Bullion 27Ophlr 7.624
Caledonia 43 Overman jrj
ball US Con ... .23 1 Potoil .22
Chollar -29 Savaaje. 27
Confidence 75 Sea; Belcher ... .08
Odd 'al & Va. . 2 05 Sierra Nevada . 63
Con Imiwrlal .OllBUver Hill .. . so
Crown Point .17: Union Con 83
Exchequer .48t'th Con 11
Gould & Currle 29 Yellow Jacket . .17
Not' - This ev. har.tfe adjourned until Tues
day. January 3.
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con . J .20 Little Chief . . $ 05
Alice 60 Ontario .v:$
Breeee 17 lOphlr .: 4 50
Brunswick Con . .Of Phoenix 06
loinst'ck Tunnel. 1 I Pot oil 14
Con C al Va. . 1.75 savage ....'.. . 30
Horn Silver 1.60 Sierra Nevada ... .42
Iron Silver 2 00 Small Hopes 28
L-advllla Con 02 Standard 1 (A
BOSTON MINING STOCKS
Adventure $ 6 00 Mohawk $ 52 00
Allourz . 19.50 Mas Mining .. 9 JO
Vmalgainutod . 7o 624 Michigan . .. 10.75
Amerlcon Zinc. 12 00 Mont Coal & C 6.M
Atlantic 17.00 oid Dominion 81 "1
Bingham . . .. 34 60 Osceola V, M
Cnlumet & If.. 6J0.O0 Parrot 29.00
Centennial . . 88 H Qulncy 115.0)
Copper Range.. .'' Trinity 10. M
Daly Weat .. 12. fO U Mining ... 24 75
Dominion Coal. 62 00 C S Oil 11.00
Krnnklln 11.60 L'tah 42.00
Grunby 6 124 Victoria 6 00
Isle Koyalv . 27. W 'Winona 11.50
Rumored That a Rich Find Has Been
Made on Columbus Con.
"Word was received In the city vest, rdaj
to the effect that work has been resumed
on the South Columbus at Alia, rind it
was al6 reported that a rich find has lieen
tnado on the property of tho Columbus
The South tolumbiis was closed down
some tlmo ago until arrangements could
he completed to secure the air necessary
to working the property This air Is now
belnc furnished by the Columbus i.'nns-.Ml-datiol.
where .1 pnvveiiul ilr compreyor
has been Installeil The nJr reaches the
South Columbus through a pipe llntv.
Quite 11 number of new locations ami rrli-ra-tlonB
will bo mad next vvuek
Tho NOW Red Wine ha bnen oteadllv Worked
for some month.i and, It Is .ilnted, with very
Many of thoae who have assessment and
kindred work to do glance.) oft thin WOOll to
mako mero and because of th-5 dlsarrceubly
J J. Riley of Salt Lake has a promising
group of four claln In Dry fork on which
probably considerable work Will bo done bv a
company soon to be formed.
It Ik generally remarked, aa pinna come to
the surface, that the mot sungvjlne flgurea
pot Blade have not reached Bingham prb
able output during the last half of 1806
There bus been excellent alelchlng all week,
and teamsters have taken advantage of It.
Little oro Is coming down, but up freight
cannot be moved fast enough.
If a mill connection with the Red Wing In
tension la not built next season It Will Mend
more accumulations to a custom mill A large
tonnage has already l n broken In pushing
Tho Butler-Liberal contract for two years
beginning .1 u. ... , 1 Is with the t'nltfd BtatOfl
Hmritlng company, Instead of the American,
as stated lust week. Manager Jacobs Is much
pleased with the terms, and there will be
something doing at the Bulltr-Liberal In the
way of production
Flans and specification are being formulated
for a power plant for the Copper Boy and
Great Divide mines, to be run by electricity
from tho Tcllurlde or Clark line Thev will
not be Installed until after the spring break
up, and j-.sslbly h consolidated plant will be
used In common by the properties. A largo
showing of milling ore Is reported. Bingham
fomee A. Pollock i Co. furnish tho following
San PYancleCO quotations received yesterday
over their private wire:
Morning Close Adams. 10ft 11c. Columbia
Mountain. 21 j 22c ; Golden Anchor, IStTZto;
fJOldfleld, 67O08 Mohawk. 14ilCc. Jim Butler,
Mk. asked; Jumlig, 69iJ61c; Jumbo Extension, 21
'.2J.- Miu Namura. .Vr. , Ruv O'Brlnn.
Montana $1.8241 74 ; Red Top. 15frl7c;
Rescue. 647c: Sandstorm, 4Soc Belmont 67
ii?. . Tonopah t'J ;!'. S74, ctr-ng T .pah
Extension. $3 asked; ;.ld Mountain 144918c;
North 8tar. ZO-QZU ; Midway. 884Mc; Bullion.
26fl27c; Belcher. 2?$r23c. Con. Virginia, $2.0
8.15; Ophlr, $7 60t7 7". Caledonia, 444Sc:
Mexican, 12 10i2 IS, Savage. .7'ir.'c. Po(ol .1
22c; Cnlon. 84t86c, Yellow Jacket. 17ftl8c;
Exchequer, 464S4e; Hale & Norcross. 11.050
Afterno-n Close Adams, 10fllr. Columbia
Mountain, 214 22c; Golden Anchor. 1mi2c.
Goldfleld 67Mc. Mohawk, H16c; Jim Butler,
60c asked. Jumbo. 6StJ60c; Jumtn Extension.
810820! MacNfunara. 279 2Sc; Ray O Brlen. Va
. Montana. $L2tl V, K--I Top IK'.) 17. Res-cue-,
1 n Sandstorm. Clit.Vtc; H-lm..nt. c,;,,,..ir
Tonopah. SUBliV-. Tonopah Extension $2 SO
asked; Gold Mountain. 14 0 16c; North Star. 20
f21c Midway. X1S34c; Bullion 283100. Belcher
.".i.'le. (on. Virginia $2.lj. 15. Ophlr. 74 ?j
74c Caledonia. 421)4Sc; Mexican. $2.1042 15;
Sav age. 27828c, Potosl. 20'n.ic. l nlon, m
Yellow Jak t. lTnlse. Exchequer, 4c. Halo
eV Norcross, Jl.OO'ol.lO.
Ninety Cars Shipped From Tintic.
KI'RKKA, l'tah. Dec. 30 The shlp
nicrits from the Tlntlr district for the
past Week amounted to ninety curs of
ere and two curs of concentrates, dis
tributed among the different properties
May Day i
Vankee Con c
nele 3-t m
PSagle & Blue Bell 10
Centennial Eureka 30
njurska Hill .2
Grand Central 5
Mammol h 1
Concentrates L'ncle Sam mil', tw
Ore and bullion settlement ror yesterday
amounted to As reported t. M Cor
nick A- o . thy were an they follow-
American tullon. $l3,r.'i gold bars. $10.fO0.
gold, silver nnd lead ore M 800
Silver was quoted ot 614 cents per ounee
copper nt 14 cents per pound lead at J3 '1 and
$4.60 p?r hundrelvveght.
A J M.-Mul.n of the Skylark of Beaver
county left for that property last night.
A chlorlnnlton mill Is soon to be started at
the Jumbo mine In the Buffalo Humo inlnlni;
dletrlel of Idaho
The Big Cottonw.vid G-ld ond "oppr Mining
company Is prearlng to Install a power plant
nnl machine drills
W. E. Griffith. th- well-known mining ex
pert, expects to leave for tho Goldfleld dis
trict In the near future.
George Gunn of the American Smelling and
Refining company's staff has gone out to the
diggings on one of his periodical trips.
The Taylor A Brunton sampler n-ports the
arrival of thlrtei-n cars Of ore from Tonopah,
thre-i from Bingham and four from Tint Ic
A. B. Lewis will leave New York noxf Tues
day to be present at the opening session of
the legislature of which he Will ho a mem
The ore and bullion rtllen.ents reported late
yesterday afternoon were as follows; Crude
ore and concentrates $62,000, base bullion '
600 gold bullion. $10.0OV
The llr t.-rs of th ciumbun Consolidated
Mining company nr- 8 h. lul.-l 1,. have meet
ing on January 7. at which tlmo the campaign
for next year will bo outlined.
The acceptance of a position In Count c loric
eleet Rldredge'e office by w H. BWna worth
will remove a conspicuous llgure from tho
llr-.r of the mining exchange.
The Yampa smelter at Bingham Is closed
down for a few davs In order to connect up
with some of the new equipment recently In
stalled. The Vnii,.,n ...III soon 00 In shape to
cut an Important llguro In tho State's produc
tion of copper.
Superintendent Oottfrcdson Of the Gold Moun
tain Development company has advised local
officials of the company that nt a dlitanc
of 230 feel In th 1 tunnel now being driven ,,,,
ha encountered a Boeure, t. n feel In width
Thn vein was :'Oinilcd and shows values of
12.11 per ton
Do you know Schilling's
Do you know what it
p "3 Al CLOCKS,
At lowest possible prices. Every article
Expert Watch Repairing a Specialty.
SAL SICKLE, The Jeweler
75 East Second South St., Between
Commeicial and State Streets.
PBOBATB AND OURDIANSHIP
Coneult County ClejV rr " reepeotlve
e'gn-re for lurther information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FHO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. 8tntr- of Utah
In the mutter of the t:ite of Thomas
W Helllfiton de. . :lvc.I -Notlc.
The petition of ThOmM Ijelllftoti, prav
Injf for tho Itcsunncc to himself of letters
of administration in the estate of Thom
as W. BalllKton. deceased, has been set
louiniK .hi flaturduv. th. Tth dav- of
January, A D 1906, at ten o'clock n. m.
at tho rountv courthouse, in the court
room of said court. In Salt Lrxke City,
B in Lake county i tah,
Itneaa the clerk nf said court w ith
the seal thereof affixed, thin :7th flaj of
December, A. D. 1904.
tSeaU JOHN JAMES Clerk.
Bj David n. Daviea. Deputy t"lerk
W. A C. Brvan of Nephl, Attorney for
IN THH DISTRICT COI'RT, PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Llah
In the matter of the estate of Eliza
beth F. Belllston deceased. Notice
The petition of Thomas Belllston, pray
ing for thH issuance to himself of let
ters of administration In the estate of
Elizabeth P Belllst in. deceased, has been
set lor hearing on Baturday, the Tth day
f January, A D. 19-'".. 'it ten o'clock a.
m., at tho county courthouse, in the
courtroom of said court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affix- J. this 27th day of
December, A. D. M
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B Davies. Deputy Clerk.
W A. C, Brvan of Nephl, Attorney for
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, In and for Salt Lake county.
State of l'tah In the matter of the es
tate of Matthew Brown, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Christina Wltherspoon
Brown, administratrix of the estate (
Matthew Brown, deceased, praying: fot
the settlement of final nccount of snld ad
ministratrix ami for the distribution of
the I .Millie ..I ;i. est. lie to the e rsollS
entitled, h is been set for In-tiring on Sat
Urday the Hth day of January, A. D.
liK'3. at 10 o clock a., m . nt the county
lourlhouse. In the courtroom ( said
court. In Salt Lake City, .ilt Lake coun
Witness the Clerk of said rourt, with
the peal thereof affixed, this 2?th day of
December. A. D. 1SKM
fSenl.l JOHN JAMES. Clerk
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk
Thomas & Maycock, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRH
bate division, In and for Salt Lake eounly,
State of U;ah.
In the matter of the estate of James
T. Clasbey, deceased Notice
The petition of I.otta M. lasbey. pray
ing for the Issuance to herself of let
ters of administration In the estate of
James T Clasbey, deceased has been
set for hearing on Saturday, the 7th day
of January A D 1005 at lu o clock a. m..
at the county courthouse, in the court
room of paid court In Salt Iake City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Itness the clerk of said court, with
th. s-eal tli.-r. ..f ifflxed this 27th dav ol
December, A. D 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clei k
By Eavid B. Davies, Deputy Clerk
C. W, Boyd and Frlck & Edwards. At
torneys for Petitioners. dlsTT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, State of Utah.
In the matter of the estate of Na
thaniel Strlngham, dci eased Notice.
The petition of Una Strlngham.. admin
istratrix of the estate of Nathaniel Strlng
ham, deceased for confirmation of th.?
sale of the following described real es
tate of said decedent, to wit; All of the
north one-half of the northeast quarter
..f .section ) township 3 south of range 2
vvsi, Salt Lake meridian, for the sum
of 81000.00, and upon the following terms,
to wit. Cash tm per cent, payable on
day of sale, and balance alter confirma
tion, as appears from the return of sale,
ill. .1 In ihls rourt. has be n set for hear
ing on Saturday the 7th day of January.
A D. lfrtT.. :tt 10 o'clock a m,, at the
county courthouse. In the courtroom of
paid court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal Hu rt .f affixed, this 27th day of
December, A. D. 190-1
(.Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk
Bv David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk
Hurd & Wedgwood. Attorneys for Pe
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estote of Charles E. Stohl deceased.
Creditors will present claims. with
vouchers, to the undersigned at 32-4
South East Temple street, on or before the
6th day of Mnv. A. D 1806
GUSTAVE H RACK MAN,
Executor of the Estate of Charles F.
O H Backman, Attorney for Estate.
Date ..f nrst publication. Dec 31, A. D
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county.
Slate of Utah In the matter of the es
tate of O. R. Young, deceased Notice.
The petition of W J Barrette adminis
trator of the estate of O. R. oung. de
ceased, praying for the settlement of final
account of said administrator anil for the
distribution "f the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, has ieen .-t for
hearing on Saturday, the Hth dav of Jan
uary, A. D 1903, at 10 o'clock n. nr. at the
COUntj courthouse, In the courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
county. I tah.
Witness the Cl.-rk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 2th dav of
December, A D. 190-1
Seal 1 JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David It Dav I s. Deputy Clerk.
Henderson, Pierce. Critchlow & Bar
rette, Attorneys for Estate. d212o
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice Is hereby, given that at a special
mtetlng of the stockholders of the Klh
Springs Mining company, a eorporatlon
ot Utah, Is called and will h? held at
the office of the company, Room 300 Atlas
block. West Second South street, Salt
Lake city. Utah on Thursday, January
12. 1905. at C o'clock p m. of that day:.
for the purpose of ratifying, ftd.iplln,.
nnd approving the action of the Bjard of
Directors of the. corporation In ac.horlz
Ing the isalo and cortveyance of ail th-
mining and other property ot the r.,r--
ration granting an ootlon to purchase
same for 110,000 and basing the prop
erty during the of the agreement
and option A copy ot the lease,, agrec.
trent and option is on file With W M
Bradley, Secretary of the company, nt tho
ofTI.-e ar.ovi- riirrv-'l and .t,.- t to Inspec
tion by any stockholder.
order of the Board of Directors.
FISH SPRINGS MINING CO..
By John storehouse, President.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consi.il County Clorg or the respective
slgnero for further Information.
m THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
hate division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty Stale of Utah -NotlCC . .
In the matter of the estate of Char es
Hume, deceased. The petition of E""10;
Hume, praying for the issuunco to Ltan
Savings Trust company, a corpora
tion, of letters of arlmlnifltratlon In the
estate of Charles Hume deceased, nes
been net for hearing on Saturday the .in
day of January, a d. 1905, at 10 o'clooa
n. m.. nt the county courthouse. In tne
courtroom of said court, In Salt baKC
City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Wltn. ss th. ( i. 1 k of said cout t with Uie
real thereof affixed this Bat day of Ue
cember. A. D . 1904 ,
(Sea!) Jul IN .TMES Clerk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens A Smith, Attorneys for Pp
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division. In and for Salt Lake JU"
ty, State of l'tah In the matter oil the
estate of Id ale ch I Croke, deceased -No-
The petition of ThomaU Marnane. pray
ing for the admission to prol ate of a cer
tain document purporting 10 he the last
will and teMnrnent of Mclachl Croke, de
ceased. nnd for the granting of letters
testamentary to Thomas Marnane, has
been sal for hearing on Saturday, the itn
.in-, of January. A D., 1" at 10 o'clock
a m, at tho county coutthouse, In tne
courtroom of eald court. In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county, Stare of l'tah
Witness the Clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of Dc-c-mher,
A D . 1904 .
(Senli JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B Davies. Deputy Jlerk
Thompson & Gibson. Attorneys for Pe
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Mary A. R. Carrington de
ceaaed. Creditors vvin present claims,
with vouchers, to the undersigned at 309
10 Progr'-ss building. Salt Lake City :.nd
count Utah, on or before the 20th dav
of April. A D. 1905.
W. T GUN'TER.
Executor of the r.st,.te of Mary A. R.
Date i.r !t-u publlculin, December l..
A. D. IBM dUA
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division In and for Snlt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah In the matter of the
estatt ol James V, Woodman, deceased.
The petition of the I. tah Savings nnd
Trust company administrator, with will
anre-xed, of the estate of James F
Hum. deceased, praying for the set
tlement of tlnal account of said adminis
trator, with will annexed, and for the
distribution of the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, hns been set for
hearing on Wednesday, the 4th day of
Januarv, A D 19"u. at JO .,v, k n m..
at the county courthouse In the court
room of said court, in Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake ounty. Utah.
Witn-ss the clerk of ?nid court, with
Pie -.. al thereof aftlxrd this 22nd day of
December. A D 1901
Seal JOHN JAMES, cirrk.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Clerk.
Zane & Stiingfr llow. Attorney s for Es
REDEMPTION OF CHURCH BONDS
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec 1, 1904. No
tice Is hereby given that pursuant to the
terms of the Bonds of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lo
' renzo Snow, Trustee in Trust dated De
cember 31, 1698. thero being sufficient
money In the Sinking Fund for that pur
pose the following described bonds of
Scries A arc hereby called for redemption
on the first day of Junuary. PXfe, viz.:
juo Bonds No3 l to &w. Inclusive .. t-'-o ooo
'iov Bonds Nos. 1 to 57, Inciuslvo .. 28 500
Total .. ..IfMOO
Bonds must he presented to tho under
signed Trustees on or after January 3,
1808 al the Deseret National bank. Salt
I nke Cltv Uta with Coupons N..s n
to 22 attach id, and Interest will cease on
all "above described Bonds on January 1,
LEWIS S. HILLS.
Silver-Copper King Mining company
Principal place of business, Salt Lake
i if. Utah Notice:
Th.-re arc delinquent on the followlng
d. rlbed !-to k, on account of assessment
No 2, levied November 10 1904, the sev-
r.il amounts set opposite the names of
the respective shareholders, as follows
No. No. of
Cert Name shares Am't
8 Fanny M Naylor w.m 319 86
B2 Fanny M. Nayior I,o00 2.25
13 Grand Young 5,000 7.50
14 E W. Gllkerson lnO LS
1"-J..hn M Whltaker 1,000 1 50
18 S. T. Whltaker 1.000 1.60
19 S T Whltnker 500 .75
20 S T Whltnker . 500 .75
2-John M Whltaker 500 . 75
27 John II. Whltaker 50-) .75
2S John M. Whltaker 500 71
39 Le Grande Young 1 v5o 2 "'
47S T Whltaker 740 1 10
4.S T. Whltaker 8.G35 12 96
ra John M. Whltaker BOO .75
62 J J Whltaker lS.OOO 27.00
65 G. H. Backman, trustee . roiiO 90 00
An In accordance with law and order
of the board of directors, made on the
10th day of November, l'KM so many
shares of each parcel of stock as may be
necc-ssarv will be sold at tho office of the
company, No. 32-4 South Main street. Salt
Lake Cltv. Utah on Monday, the 9th day
of January. 1905. at 10 o'clock a m . to
pay the delinquent assessment thereon
together with the cost of advertising and
expens of sale o H. ba KMAN
Office No 32 I South Main street, Salt
Lake City. l'tah
Dated this the 19th day of December
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowers Mining company. Pilndpal
plac. of business at Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting
of -be directors, held on the th day of
December 190-1. an assessment of one-half
(ii) cent per share (being assessmt nt No.
18) was luly levied on the capital stock of
the corporation, payablu Inimt-dlatt I , to
A. J. Gunnell secretary of the company,
at the office of the company , No 3S South
Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah
Any stork upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 9th day of
Januarv 1806, Will he delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will be
sold on the 24th day of January. 19:;. to
p:tv the delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of adve-tlslnp and exnense
of sale A J. Ol'NNELL. Secretary'
No. 3? South Main Street. Salt Laic
City Utah rjj
ASSESSMENT NO. U.
Wabash Mining company, principal placa
of business. Salt Lako City, Utah No
th-. H herebj given that at n meetlne
of the board of directors, held on th
'n.l .lav of December 19o4. rtI; assess
ment of five cents (5c) per share was
levied on the capital stock of the cor
poration payahlt "n or before the 20th
df.y of January 1905, to W Mont Ferry
k. ..-r.-l.iry at room No. f,'l Atlas block'
w, t Second South street Salt Lake
City l'tah. Any stock upon which this
fOSSmcnl may remain unpaid on the
2tlh day of January. 1905. will be delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless pi mem is midr be
fore, will be sold on the 17th day of Feb
ruary 1806, to pay tho delinquent assess
ment, together with the cost of adver
tising and expense of sale.
w MONT, ferry. Secretary
r oeation of office, 521 Atlas block San
I ake City Utah ' dl75o
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