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I ; ! BIG PRODUCERS 7
OF WHITE -METAL
I , ;' As "Individual" Properties the Bo
ll 4 'j! ; nanzris of Park City Are Now nt
I j! ijj " the Top of the Column.
Tho Anaconda Mining company of Mon
" tana Is the Inrgost producer of silver in
'j 1 ' , the world, this company having an annual
, product (if o.&OO.QOO ounces each year, nc
t ' I" fcfo cording to. a table recently prepared by
I 'jf! p authorities' on the metals nnd sources
' '; j jh. fr6m which the annual supply Is derived.
'', I ji j 'Che. Broken lfni Proprietary Mining com
pany of Australia Is second In point of
' . ',' fj silver production, it having an output of
' j( .silver for vm of ij.217,300 ounces. Next
I j ij.'l comes another American mine, viz., the
J '1 , jtj Daly West of 'Utah, with a reported pro-
(Suction of 4.S52,22$ ounces of sliver for
, it,. 1903. Tho mines of the Coour d'Alenes
!j eomc next In Importance'ln silver produc
f ',')'; tlon, though they ur'o individually in a
i j ill clasH with any of tho above properties,
k i 'Jill i ho Cocur el'Alene's total production of a
i ' : S i dozen mines footing up for 1903 a total of
i J J 5.ac,-i:u , ,
' 1 , ,' In tho-pamo category and, In stature, as
I i J)'1 tall as any or tho sliver producers. Is the
; ' Silver King of Pnrk City, which In 1903 I
' Ui added over 3.OOO.O0Q' ounces 10 the world's
1 ijj- supply of the white metal, while' there Is
! no doubt or Its abilitj to equal lh record
' jfi wero It the p:l!cy or the company to in-
Jfi' if.w Its output. At the Daly West nnd
, H,, Silver 'King tho prodticlion'of silver comes
, Pj! j from a single croup of mines: at tho Anu
I1 yi conda wljicli la permitted to head the col
, , il1 umn, Its ohrpnt comes f mm a half-dozen
; groups or more, that .are embraced In thi?
, ' f 1 i-Vimpanv'u ''widespread domain. As indc
, ;; pendant' .mines. Ufa Park City bonanzas
1 .should be accorded positions at the head
' JJ of the ratOKory. Not remote from llrsjt
' ji place, either. Is the Centennial Eureka qf
I ' ! Tlnlic. one of the big units In the estate
,', '). of the' United Stales Mining company, and
'() : with the outnut of others Utah has nd
, vnnccd to the top or the silver-producing
If ' ' THE UINTAH IRONS.
i h Economic Importance of Deposits
, j j ! Which Railroads Approach.
,! ' A. 'XC. Warwick, by whom an article oh
the lion ores of the i'intah mountains
'i'L; has been recently prepared, says:
j'l'jj' "The Importance if the iron deposits
'';' of the Western Slates Ix now generally
y. !j- vecognl'xed. "When the Iron deposits exist
. ' 1 in cloe proximity to coal, then the
','jlj economic importance of such deposits is
' !; jl; Immensely Increased. There aro;more of
- such deposits In the West than oven
h)' thoee whose business depends upon ml
, f nlng are aware of.
l ' "jhc deposits of Iron county. I lh.
, I !) ; have been attracting the attention of iron
' 1 i and steel producers during the last year
i or two., and from current reports tho Rio
; 'f . Gni'ude Western railroad is contemplating
It i" the eonslructfon of si road for the express
I, purpose of marketing these ores. Yet It
Vie, l but a few years since, the writer re
, j' S lriembors. that thive deposits were looked
, ?! upon as having Utile value from a coin
( ! merclal point of view. Tho construction
1 of the Moffat road will Vil.-u oi)en up iron
' tt on deposits of excellent quality, the de
i 1 -jjoslts oecurrfng in such a Way as to in
1 , ' j sure, a downhill haul from the Jlanks of.
l! i tlie rintiih muitntuhis.
' Sj -"The iron deposits recently studied by
' j the geological survey lie Just outside the
m!1! jll1 ; Interior -plateau region oil thosoiithwot-.
: ! Ijj . ci-n sloHe of the mountains. Two de
, U 1 ' posits nie described. One. Is . located In
.-'jf, T'lr.tah county, T'tnh.. twenty miles north
' M," of Vernal and eight to pine miles east. of
i' t' 1 the point! at which Green river enters
,1, I'tah on'thc hoetidnrv hflwein I'lnh find
1 Wyiinlng. Trie ore in this deposit is a
' brown .manganese iron of llmonllle char
i . acter. It outcrops as a boil 'three to eight
' 0 : feet in ' thlekiies.Tnt the crest or a hog
'i '; I back, and is. traceable along Its strike for
, i -J1 several hundred feet. This deport has'
I 1 1 J i 1 frequently been visited by prospector.,
'I ' who report traces of gold In the Iron in jv'
; y1 slllclQiu gangue. It Is generally reported.
, ijpj by prcksperlors npd othei-s that the ore Is
Vr! of good duality, but .it the p(ccnt'it Is;
' j. ,t j too ffir from the railroad to adUilt of
1 : l; profitable 'xploilallon. and that, generally.
I 'Mil 'speaking, it Is mainly of iV'e as a lux.
: . 1 1 The other deixislts are xltuatetl op the
ij'ii' Ithodes plateau, and appear to be the
, ;'. principal metallic deposits so far dovel
i ," 41 . '"oped In the flnlah moubtains. The' dc-.
' ttoslts are situated In Wasatch county,.
j irtah. in the southwlOrn portion of the
!u ,lTlntah rang on the mlln divfde between
I I'rovo and Duchesne drainage?, nt tho
i . bond pC Slppstone basin, at an elevation'
!,, Mi of berweon WW and 9700 fqet. It Is easily
,h ;lh ac-ceislble by v.'r.y of- Prpvo river and
J j Soapptone creek.
I ',i j "It I. probable titat these o deposits
I J wc.Y"' discovered and Mn,t used by tho-ln-
T;! diansjind-it lt talcd on ood authority
, m,' that h r..d ore was u.sid by them for
.i'iSv paintj' Twenty-five y.'ru's ago the most
i1!'' iromlMrtfe loOkittg drpoVslts wero located
; "Ji !) a prospeethig putty frrtm Jlehor. Kcom
, '( abouv 170 to Nbljunvrtts of about Wi
j.. 't, ton.-- WM'e made from these di'lio:its to
Mr' Park City for smoking purpose. In ISS2
, , '-J' "0d lJSK)nic of the. ground w surveyed
!; fpr patent. 'nnd sc'en claims -were fimtlly
, Hi' . pa tun Ud. by .li P., Iven;:. Duvuk the
. ' ' !i last few years other croppings have hen
' i -proapeetcd. -md now, JI Is . .uwdorsl ood.
!' i ,lhat a great many claims 'have 'beer.
i'Jm j otaked out.
I f I , j ON ARIZONA'S IINE.
' '( I'll 1 V " V r '
!;,! i 'Important Developments Vith -TJtah
j 'Men 'Sharing in Them.'
''U(,j 1 Dtirmg the past two years mining in
I j' ; i 'Mohave county, Arizona, from the bor-
' ty ! i!-; dcr3 of Utah south, has shown greatly in-
, A ', . i 1 creased acllvity, says a San Francisco
'j fi ! ' ' publication. ,
' 1 ' 1 I, I' : CeograiihlcHlIy speaking. Mohave cvnii).
,', ' : ly lies in the northwesterly corner of
' j I Arizona, bordering on I'tah. Novada ami
', i California, and fur years was isolated.
i r ' o;ing to thi Inck of railroad coiuniuni-
eat'mn. but the-advonl uf -thv AtihlVon.
k fltt ! Topeka A Santa l-V railro.t.d system has
, , )!. brought capital to develop the mining In-
I , K), I dutry. r
'i.'j1 Within a nidlus of from ilftv to sixty
I ' j ! ' j miles from Chloride, adjac'iil to the Colo-
1 ; ' I rado rJvei and about twenty-five miles
fifi ' bHowvt.lit; Grtind canyon, are somt prom-
i : Ji MiiK gold nud coij)er pi oposlllons In ils-
I i, f.n'xl : "surc Vtt'hii5 of great strength and width,
' t. J") which 7'ro !i(;lually lying open for location
' ( ', ilii in' mnhy ihsances., I'nlimUed water ow-
I , ' .' 3 I or for mining and tnHlblg-pUrporcs b-
1 Ji t!l larnnble from the Colorado river during
, i V t ,Li i the entire, year, fn Grand gulch nilnln
; I M l! nR'n of L ml have acquired the more
1 1 1 .1 prominent properties, among them those
I M controlled by the Grand Gulch and Su-
(i i, ! vnnic-Mining company. These properties
I , , i , I ' V nrt' ITOilnctlve of W-rv high grade copper
! ,1 'I Qres. tlie Grand GuIOh company recelv-
y h ing nearly ?100.C( for aboitTJOOO tons
!jf . New Sun I'ypevriter, S40.
i i i, 'Carbom?, rlbhons for all machines.
I (jf j Pembroke sells them.
l ,i III ft' f-American .
THE YRIBUfJE NEWS STAND'S,
BOSTON' Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO AtldUorlum, Great North
ern. Palmer House.
KANSAS CJTY Midland. Coatcs,
L.OS ANGELES Tho Angelus, B. V.
Gardner, sVi Spring Sli'oeL .. ,
NTICW YdKK Waldorf-Astoria. Imperi
al. Astor House.
OMAHA-Tho ATfllard. Tho Paxlon.
POltTT.AND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOlS-Plnnles. Southern.
faVoeaule TOR ACTIVE WORK.
Conditions as Observed in . Lotto
Mountain District of Nevada.
Special to The Trjbunc.
IBAPATT, Utaii, Aug.. 21. After an.
ahse'nce -df seven Weeks and an ove'r-j
land travel of tioarly yeven hundred;
miles as a -prospector, your corre-1
spontlent has returned to the peep,'
Creek court try. The cond'uidiib at loun-,
tain City, New, look f avorablfc for ac
tive workr'fn the near future. Tho New
house company has bonded several
properties there, and. will in'sHall hoist
ing plants. The Kuntz Brothers) and'
Nelson groups, under 'separate bonds'
from Salt "Ualc nrtB Dqjtycr 'men, have
begun work In compliance with bond .
Rogers & Trvin oWh a feroup of
six claims.' on- Which -they have uh-;
coveVed a proriilsln'g vein. '-with an aver-,
ago asKiy of values of 12.71 In gold..
Old settlers sny thnt it Is from this:
ledge, in early days, the float yielded
?S00 per' ton in gold.
Many new houses are being built ' In.
the town; the banks of the Owyhee
river and California creek, are dotted
with prospectors' tents in. many shape?
and sizes. Prospoctprii from. Utah, Colo-:
rado, California and Idaho are bunched :
together along these streams.
Sixty-five miles south of Mountain.
City and live miles west of Wlntersj,
' stage station Lone mountain I. situated,
within the twenty-mile limit -of the:
Southern Pacific railroad, and about:
the saine distance nbrlh df -Elko. It is
a favorable district for the prospector;
or mining capitalists to investigate.'
The formation Is granite, porphyry rind,'
lime In belts running northeast and;
southwest. The veins show along and;
rear by contacts, which carry)
value? In copper. lead, gold and silver..
Some ores have been shipped on a pay-i
For a district so large very ittle de-i
velopmerit work has lieen dono, and that:
only a mere matter of surface work
The only labor Xvo'rlhy -of 'note is that
done on I'h'e Wc'slern Kxj'ildration com
pany's 'groups on the southwest slope. .
which show bromide and.ulphide oros:
which are surprisingly rich.
The Copper Queen 'group showy a'
large amount of good ore upon the;
dumps, The future of (his property:
looks bright. This district Is well
watered and timbered nnd Is close to
railroad transportation. It is not staked
from thfr south pole to Imbrador as'
many, districts are. Ore? can be jdaced
upon the cars at from ?5 to JG per ton.
Mining " interest in tlft 'D'dep 'Creek
country are not too lively just now.
Mlcl-sumnfer soems to ha,ve its charins
in the shade and along the trout l(sh-,
, hlg- rtreamy. The nihiers hero seem 'to
feel (hat this snjxjn of the year belongs
to their annual vacation.
GOLD ROADS OUTPUT.
Remarkable Output of a Youngster,
in 'Eigliteen Months.
In the properties of tho Gold -Road kil
ning and Exploration company, and the
splendid 'equipment "With which they have
been provided. Pick and Drill, a San
Francisco publication, has l'our.jl material
Jor a mast inulrucilvo review upon rlhe
resources of a-onmp which owes so much
to the enci'itetlc endeavor.n of 'Clarence
7v. lrcConilek of this city. Col. O. P.
Posey nnd William Bayly, ajnong foun
deii or .the BluKhlim Con., and to Col.
Henry Heffrdn, who Is showing the camp
wlmt efficient milllnj; will accomplish.
.rndei-Kt'onnd at the mines 3W0 fee; of
vork hos been doueind although the ter
ritory lifts been worked bin eighteen
months, it has, during thnt period, been
productive of gold-bearing ores cf the
v;luo of $.vC0.iW.
.Daring the past . twelve ipotiths the
mine has "produce-dCOOO torn of ore, ihe
mill returns from 'which sho.w isi valua
tion of, ?.xrfji00. or an average, lecoveily
from the rock of $12.73 per ton. This be
ing an Ideal, cyanldlnc ore, J.h$.extivictjon
'Is very sJltlsfaetory. SO far an-liNichlug 'Is
concerned, but bettor results will bo ob
rnined "With "new dovlce-r "thhl nro to'be
introduced. Among thi-a'j will bo five
Tluutln'gion mills for regrlndlug. 'fhe'se
'largely incrcaylng the apaclty. of tjie
mill and adding materially to tho earn-
lugs of tho company.
SAMPLING THE. CHIEF.
Seeking" an Efficient Process for Re-'
ductibn 'of It's' Gold Ores.
Thomas Fcruusou, muntfgef of the Hol
Ulcrman filter-lank process for the recov
'ery of gold, is IloWn at Calleriio gathering
samples from the Chief group of mines
that have responded so freely to work
; un'der an option (hat Is being exploited
..by the Whlllemoro syndicate of this city.
:Wllh his samples Mr. Ferguson will pe
,.gln his demonstrations at the experi
mental -plant in tTjwn tijo 'present wuelt.
the results ito largely liiiluenco Ctf; fato
pl':the'optloh. no' doubt. 'Mr. Wllftte'more.
who was sevn ilurlng the day, said his
.crowd whs not jircpured to ieculatc un
.tll It Is demonstrujed that the ores can
be )rotitably milled, although tho first
payment has been made, while more than
ROW has been expended on development.
From Park Valey.
A. Lochwltz, manager of the Sunrlso
mlpe. Park valjoy, 1h down from that,
camp, liavlng come In to ;'attend 'a' meeting
of the board of directory. Mr. Lbeh'wlt.
said last evening that the purpose of his
'visit was to confer with the directors on
the proposition, (o nt once erect a mill at
lit',- mine, as the company has, as ujready
stated by Pre.-ilileut Simon, liyjOO ton's nt-
toie on tlie dump, which rims, from ?12 to:
ilZ per ton. U'e nys thtit the company'
Is In n llon'rlshlng eondltlon. with no debt
and fu,(FX shares In the treasurv. Tho:
directors had u pin made from thc -iirst
nugget or gold from the mine, and Sal-'
urdny evening presented It to Manager1
IochwitK. who showed his appreciation '
In many ways. Tltn directors will get to-'
gather rtt once, -and that n irnlll will l)n
ordered there Is scarcely a doubt. (
Western Ctb Shippers' Agency.
:163 Main at. P. O. box '457. Phono 2000
.For fine rooms, E. Third ;South.
TIEft OP MIRES
AT 60LDFIELD, NEV.
Pctor Porter and VIrinn Strange Ac
quire Possession of Great Bend
Group in tho New Camp.
When Peter Porter arrived from Gold
'fleld. Nov.. oh Saiurdny night, It was
with an option oh tho Great Bend group
of locations'" at that enriip of gold for
which half a dozen have been sparring.
Associated with him ,In tho option Is nono
Other than Vivian B. Strang6, a former
engineer at tho properties of the Utah
Conj Mining company. Bingham. It was
at tho solicitation of tho latter that Mr.
Porter entei'Cd tho new camp and began
his negotiations for tho Grent Bend group
after It had been ,examncd by mr.
Sirange, For over HX) feet the l.edb'e,
which shaws a W-ldth of fifteen feet be
tween walls, has bean prospected, sortio ,
of the rock taken from the punctures
showing us much as gold per ton.
said Mr Porter. A shaft has been sunk
to a depth o( seventy-five feet, with a
cro$-cnt from this to tho vein. .On its
foOt-WMl llicro is now exposed twelve
InehCs of ore. that reveals from ?l- to jw
per ton but as the main ore bodies of
tho camp Occrir. as n rule, on the hang
ing, tho management will hasten that.
The Great Bend group adjoins the Daisy
and Vernal, the. latter under option to
Clinrles E. Knox of tho Montana-Tonp-p'nh,
Frh'nk Kelfh.of ticj senior. Tonopa)i.
Steve Baldwin of this city and other local
Ovfcr the camt tlu'oughout. Mr. Portor
Is ndllo chtliuslastlc. The "leasers.' to
whom tho camp Is so largely Indebted for
Its nromlnence on the map. continue to
pllo up wealth; new strikes arc being
piatle almost daily, and at tho greatest
depth attained In camp some of Its rich
est otxs are being obtained.
Plnnt to Resume Today With the
Concentrator to Follow at Once.
The hoisting plant on the Ontario, dis
abled by lire about two months ago, will
go Into commission again the present
week, the new mill, capable of such ef
ficient work, to follow at onco. said Man
ager Rood dirrlnfc tho day. With wTiich
to siipplv It are largo volumes of oro on
hand and the earnings from this tlmo
will, no doubt, show a material Increase.
In addition to the milling oro tho old bo
nanza, which lias divided no less than
SH.tftl'.ooo nmnng Its shareholders., will
continue the production of some llrat
class ore. and that IL lias yet more bread
money In Its cupboard the neighbors have
no doubt. .
At the Dalv, which Is also under the
supervision of Mr. Rood, and from which
the shareholders huvo received $2,025,000.
work on the now ledge opened up In
Mazepa ground, continues with every
thing to Indicate substantial results
ahead. At the surface there continues to
arrive some oro of very good eiuallty.
with a shipment to follow In a faw days.
'While Manager Rood Is not prepared to
'snv that the new ledso will bo made to
, repeal tlie history of the o)d one. with its
behavior 'he Is very much pleased..
From the Nulldrlver some ore of. good
grade Is nlo Coming as the search for
the main ore body progresses, and Im
portant disclosures are likely on any
shift. With the manner In which his
charges at'o acting Mr. Rood has every
reason to congratulate all interests.
RETURN OF MR. feNYDER.
'Eastern Investors Express Confidence
Willard-F. Snyder, president and gen
eral manager of the Western Exploration
company, arrived yesterday morning
from the East, where he has been in con
"ferenee -with the other officials of the
company. The principal object Mr. Sny
der had In going East and the leading
subject nt the conference was the pro
posed eciulpment of .the Balaklnla copper,
'mine hi-Shasta county, California, -with a
.It Is not unlikely that the company
Will proceed In a short lime with the con
struction of a smelter, as that region Is
noic engaging the attention add Inspiring
tho conlldenco of mining men throughout
the country. Upon the Balaklala approxi
mately 310n,000 hns been expended hi the
opening up of Us ore bodies, and It Is
now estimated that blocked out within Its
domain are at least 2.000.WO tons of ore.
The returns promise to add very largely
to the earnings of the, Western Explora
tion company and to b.ecomo a, source of
revenue ut once the etiuopment Is com
pleted. Mr. Snyder report!? conditions in tho
East showing some signs of Improvement
as thcr larger operators return from their
outings, and he looks for considerable
capital In this direction at an early date.
SOUND AS A DO'LEAR.
An Entein -Publication"' Sees Good
Replying to a query from .Iowa conccrn
Jng United States company's shares as
"an investment, tho Investor of Boston
"It is generally believed that tho divi
dends wlll.lni iKtld . quarterly, but-lor. smo
time 'to Come it:lfl'not expected that tlie'
.rate of divjdend, w,l be Increased. The
management Is acting cautiously In tho
inuitter of, disbursing dividends, as it Is its
'Intention to crcato, a comfortable surplus.
As tho company's earnings at thuiprcstnt
Hime are estimated at S3 per anjHiii), 'tho
disbursement of j2 per aimum 'In dividends
AT JOHNNY MILL.
Ten More Stamps to Be Added to
Plant in Southern Gold Camp.
With a hew ore body in hitherto unex
plored ground and its resources general
ly In bolter hand than over before, it
has been decided to add -ten more stamps
to the battery at the Johrihy mill. State
line, the present battery jo be started up'
again around the llrst of the month. This,
It Is said, was decldeel on at a iricotlng
of the dflVcTal famHy Saturday afternoon,
those present relying on tho concurrence
6f Manager Wilson, avIio is now nt the
properties, untl from whom a report is
Flrst-chtas bank and commercial work.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denvrr & Rio Grande.
?To St, Louis and return...- $42.50
.To ;Chlcago and return.. 47.C0
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice Versa u.... 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
Stop-overs ullowed. .
Final limit. 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to St. Louis without change. Choice of
routeu. See any ;D. & R. G. agent.
POOR MAN'S MINE.
Rich Strike in Novada at Grass Roots,
With "Water and Timber Near.
, Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE. Nev..Aug, 21.-One.of the
best finds made In Ibis part of Nevada
was reported today by W. M. Blake, who,
with John P. Biuret, his partner, passed
through camp today, ert route to Pueblo,
Colo. They have been prospecting for tho
paBt noven months They Journeyed Up
the Virgin river to the Hidden Treasure
group, which lies south from Moapa about
twenty miles, and then struck southward
eight miles Into the mountains. They
camped at a spring In a deep canyon nhd
tho following day tounct largo pieces of the
Moat whlciried them to the rlchost gold
ledge thus far reported along the lino of
the San Pedro road. v
The quartz Is of a decomposed, oxidized
character, carrying considerable hematite,
and hIiows largo pieces of free gold In al
most ovcry samplo which thoy brought
with them, to tho amount or over 200
The size of the eamplcs shows at leAat
an eight-Inch vein, and from a piece
weighing less than a pound nearly two
pennyweights were pounded out by Blake
while here. This -would bring tho value
of their ore up to about ,54000 per , ton, or
$2 per pound. While they mako no claim
of these avcrago values,, tho. remainder
of their ore 'looks epjlto as rich as tho
samples panned here.
They say they have a fourtecn-lnch vein
of this oro at a depth of eighteen feet, and
that It la eighteen inches wide at the
bottom of their forty-llve-root shaft, lying
In a lime and porphyry formation. . Th'oy
have located eight claims on the ledge,
which they have stripped on the.. May
.Flower claim nearly 300 feet. Tho group
promises to prove up a .poor irttm'S
mine," as theso values are nt tprass rOots,
easy of extraction. wJth plenty of water
and timber close to tholr workings. They
bad a smnll buckskin sack containing
about $000 worth of coarse gold pounded
from their ore. They will return early In
September with a .complete equipment to
develop tho property.
James R. Kenhelly, a woll-known Salt
Lake mining man. who Is thoroughly
familiar with this portion of Nevada, Is
now examining somo Copper propertied
pear Goodc Springs, and will spend two
or three weeks In maklim a thorough
oxnirilnatlon of a group under considera
tion ,for purchase by his associates In Salt
Lake. There are sovon groups of copper
mines, showing shipping and smelting
values within a radius of twenty miles
of Goode Springs now being developed
and giving promise of rich returns.
Tho Lone Cabin. Battlo Rock, Uncle
Sam, Robert E; Lei-. Georgia. Belle of
the Hills and Mammoth groups avo all lit
process of development and show from
7',i to 3S per cent in copper nt shallow
workings, and the Stars and Bars, owned
by Griffin nnd Blake of Spokane. hu.s a
sixty-foot shaft, lill In ore going 23 per
cent copper, the vein averaglpg live feet
Jn width at tho breast of an olghl'y-flve-foot
tunnel. Tho rormatlon Is granlto nnd
several of tho veins tr.uo tlssuYes.
. John Toomoy nnd Pete Burton returned
from Ogden yesterday and Went on td
their gold-silver Catallna 'group, north of
Moapa, today, where they will push de
velopment. Ben Davis,. Flshor and Wontworth. re
port successful development In their
Hiawatha claim, one- of .tho Columbia
group of silver-load claims northwest
John Turner and M. Forseylh. owners of
the Lone Star group of gold claims, four
miles south of the Upper Virgin river, by
low Moapa, came In today .with samples
tof honeycombed quartz. Their Juneau
claim, on which thoy have run a 120-fObt
.tunnel, has . a three-foot ledgo of white
honeycombed qunrtz. -with poarse gold so
loosely scattered through the Tock as to
'necessitate using tarpaulins to catch the
ore when they. shoot. They have pounded
put nbont 15 ounces of ppre.gold when otf
r'shlft, nnd havo samitle's which will go
hundreds of dollars per ton. They claim
'nil average of $100 for the Uiree-ffOot width
John Bttrke, formerly a timekeeper In
Ihe, Mountain View claim, one of tho Bos
ton & Montana company's properties In
Butte, came In today from loapa with
several sacks of copper ore taken out of
claims near Goode Springs, near the line
.'of the San Pedro roftd. below Los Vegas
ranch. lie and his piirtner. M. J. Flnley,
have located fourteen claims, nnd say
thoy have three separate lodges, varying
from four and u half feet to eighteen feet,
currying black oxide of copper and azur
lle, grey copper nnd native copper, which
have not yet been assayed.
Maurice Donovan, an expert for Lewjs
hon Bros, of New York, passed through
camp yesterday with "Doc" Merrltt. ono
of the owners of the Blue Ridge copper
group, thirty mH.es north of Moapa.
II. J. Boyd and Mart Jones, owners of
the Olympla group, south of Moapa,. be
tween the Vrsln river, nnd .a.sinnjl tribu
tary, lying eighteen nllos south of Moa
pa, passed through from Salt Lake with
provisions, powder, etc.. to resume opera
tions al their claims. Thov. say thev are
backed by Salt Lako.caiiltiil and will be
gin sacking ore on -their arrival at the
claims. They showed assays of S1G.20,
$12:11-1 and $12G per ton, Tree gold, and sav
the values 'rim oven higher In picked
Lafayette Hanchett of tho Newhouse
staff left for tho south: last night, accom
panied by several visitors nnd Joseph
Dcdorlchs, superlnleildcnt of construction.
Geonre F.tta, a former foreman of tho
Sheba mines at Deep Creek, has gone back
to camp. Mr. Etta Is now among the
M Ida's forces.
John W. Brock, president of the Tono
pah Mining coinpany'and the new railway
out of that camp, came In from the west
Saturday night and yesterday morning
left for G'enwood Sb'rlngs, where he will
join his family and with them proceed to
The management of the Utah of Deep
Creek hhs anothe"r car df rich oro at tho
Favorable 'reports cohtlnub to arrive
from tho lease-strikes at the Bullion-Beck
of Tin tic. .
Another lot of high-grade copper con
centrales, containing gdld and sliver. Is
being loaded al the Qtuh Copper com
,l"iny's mill In Bingham canyon. ,
The Carlsa'B new tunnel Is rapidly ad
vancing toward a connection with the big
body of second-class ore which Is coming,
under contract, to the Blnghum Con.'s
E. W. Griffith leuves for tire Uintah
range the present week to conduct an ex
jtmlnntlon of prospects
Local Interests In the Lost Packer of
Leon crex-k. Idaho, arc looking forward to
a consignment or high-grade oro now in
transit with milch eaL-ernr
: THIS WEEK I
a ONE-FOURTH OFF ON " I
I PICTURE FRAMING ' i
I W. iessford 1
S Successor to C. "W, Midgley i
57 SOUTH MAIN.
PROBATE AND GUAP.DIA7.JSHIP
Consult County ClerV or the re.Vp'ectlva
elernerB ror further lniormatlon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Jainca PIcknrd IMurphy, de
ceased. . ,
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the Undersigned nt room 710
McCornlck building. Salt Lake City, Utah,
on or bciore tho 5th day of December,
A D. 1601. jgg F njRPHY.
Administrator of James PIcknrd Murphy,
Dcconoed. ' ' .
n. A. Smith. Attorney- for Estate.
Date of lli-fit publication August 1, -1W1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate 6f Charles S. Richardson, dc-
Crcdl'tbrs will present claims with
vouchers to Nie undersigned at NO. S07
McCornlck building: Salt ivfko City, Utah,
on or before the 3d day Of December,
A. D 1901
EDITH 2. RICHARDSON.
Executor of tho Estate of Charles S.
Hoild'emon, Plcrco, 'Crltchlow & Bar
rett, Attorneys. '
Dais of llrst .publication August 1, 100t.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court of tho State of Ul:ah, in. and for Salt
Lhkc county. Abraham Brown, plo'ntlff,
vs Horace J. Matthews, Beulan A.
Matthewa, Andrew J, iVarnoy and Jano
Doo Varnev, defendants. Summons.
Tho State of Utah to nald defendants.:
You arc hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days iift'or the eervlco of
this summons upon you, If served wltbln
tho county In which this action is
brought, otherwise within thirty days
after service, and defend tho above entl
tlod action; and In case of your falluro
so to do. Judgment Will bo rendered
against you according to' the demand of
the complhlnt, which., within ten rtnys
from service 'of this summons upon you,
will be filed with tho Clerk of said court.
This action is brqught to quiet title to
llo west half of lot 2. block 120. pint "D,"
Salt Lnko CItv survey. Suit Lake county.
Utah, which Is clouded by an apparent
outstanding record title In defe-ndants
Horace J. Matthews nod Andrew J. Var
ney. The defendant Jane Doe Varney.
whose other and true name Is unknown
to plaintiff Is the wife or Andrew J, Var
nev, and .her Interest herein Is a wife's
contingent interest In her husband"3 'prop
erty. HENDERSON. PIERCE. CRITCIILOW
PostofMce AddrV-ss, 301-307 McCornlck
Blelg.. Salt Lake Cltv. Utah. yTltM
.IN THE DISTP.ICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the .State of
Utah, county of. Salt Lake. William . P.
Silborstein. plaintiff, vs. Florence Sllber
sleln, defendant. Summons.
The State of Utah to the said deTcndhrit:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you. If served within
tho county In which this action Is
brought, otherwise within thirty days
after Service, and derend tho above enti
tled action; and In case of your failure
bo to do. Judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand of
tho complaint, a copy of which Is here
with served upon you.
A. G. SUTHERLAND.
WILLLTAM P. SILBERSTE-IN,
. . P. O. Address, 7G Wc3t 2nd South street.
vSalt Lake City. Utah. yl415
Of Special Stockholders' Meeting of
the -New York Tonopah Gold
Notico 13 hereby given that a Special
meetlnk of the stockholders of the) Nci'
York Tonopah Gold Minting company
hereby called to be held at tho main office
of tho company In room 322 Dooly .block.
Salt Lalie City. Utah, on Friday, Sept 2.
1S0I at the hpur of 2 p. m. The object of
the meetinn is to conllrm by vdlo tho ac
tion of Its 'board of directors In disposing
of its real and personal property to the
Now York Tonopah Consolidated Mining
ccmpany of Arizona,
Due notice of a Special meeting has been
mailed to tho stockholders df record of .
Dated Aug. 2, JMM.
B. L. BROWN. President.
Frank L Kreldm- Secretary. 7,477
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Old Crow Bourbon
1 THE ATNO, I
3 ROPER & MAYER, 1$
O tC-2$ W Second South St. ,ct
.A.. positive and ivrmunont cure for
drunkenness and the opium diseases
There Is no publicity, i o sickness. Ladles
treated as privately as at their own
homes. The Keeley. Jn&tltutc. 331 W. 3o
Temple. Salt Lake "City. -Utah.
to keep in good trim
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condition of the skin,
to this end the bath
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All Grocers und 'Druggista.
Primary, Sacoudary or WUary Blood Poison
Tormanontly Cured. 2oa enn bo treated at liomo
nndor satno unamnty. C.inltnl 3500,000. Wo solldjt
tho most olwtlnato cfiJMt Vo hnvo cured tllo vrorst
ensps In 15 to 35 ilnya. If you hnvn t.ilcen morcury,
i?!MO potash iinrltlll bnvo ncioand y:iln3. Mucus
.itcli'on In Month. Soro Throat, l'iihples. Coriwr
Colorwt Spots, Ulcora on nay part of tllo body.llalr
or Eycbrowa falllnc out, wrlto for proofs of curoa,
PHOBATE AND GUABDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
uJgnors for iurther Information.
TN TiIE DISTRICT CO.UltT, PRO
hat'c Division, In and for Salt Lake Coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the
astato of Dougal Adamson, deceased.
The petition of Peter Adamson. admin
istrator of tho estate of Dougal Adam
son. deceased, praying for the settlement
Of final account of said administrator and
for tho distribution of tho residue of said
estate to tho persons entitled, has been
set for- hearing on .Friday, the 2nd day of,
Sdplfmibur, A". "D- lMM. nL'10 o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse In the court- i
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt I
Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court with
the seal thereof affixed this 20th day of
AUgOt. A. D. 1SKM. .
(Seal.) . JOllN JAJUES. Clerk.
By David B. Dhvles. Deputy Clerk.
S W. Darko, Attorney for Estate
IN 'TUfc DISTRICT Ci.'RT. PP.O
bate division, In and for Salt Lake conn- .
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate or -Benjamin M. ITarman, deceased.
The petition or Ann P. Harman. admin
istratrix of tho estate or -Benjamin -M.
ITarman, deceased, praying ror an order
to sell the following described personal
property of said decedent, to Wit: 2 shares
of the common stock of the Utah 'Imple
ment company, together -with some house
hold goods nnd farming lrnpltjmcnts, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 2nn
day of September, A. D. 1WV(. at 10 o'clock
n. m.. rft the cotinty courthouse. In tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lake
City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
WICnes?j -thi? Clerk of tia'ld court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
AuKUst. -A. 'D. 1001.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. 'JD.ivlos. Deputy Clerk.
D. H. Wcnger, Attorney for Fstate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.. PRO
bate division, In and for gait Lako, coun
ty. State of Utah. in the matter of tho
estate of Johnnna Olson Ho'ge'nsen, de
The petition of F. S. Fernstrom. admin
istrator of the estate of Johanna Olsfrn
Hogensen, dec-eased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
npd that all persons interested appear be
fore the said 'court to show cause -whv an
order should not bfc grAn'ted to sell 'so
much as shall bo necessary of tlie follow
ing described real estate of said deceased,
to -wit. all of .lots 0, in, n, 12, in block
Sandy Station plat. Sandy City, Salt Lako
county, Utah, has been sot for hearing on
FrleUiy. the 2nd flay of September. A. D,
IWI. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the county
cburthotfse. In the courtroom .of Said
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coUn
Witness the .clerk df 'Said court,. Svlth
the seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
August, A. D. 1B01. JOII-N JAMES,
By David B. Dnvjc's, Depu'tv Clerk.
C. 'M. Nlelso'n, Attornov for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bal9 division, hi and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In the 'matter of the
estate of Susanna T. L. Schullz. deceased.
The petition of Syvert Schultz, adminis
trator of the estate o'f Susanna T. L.
Schultz, deceased, praying for an ord'er
of sale or real property of said decedent,
and that nil persons Interested appea'r be
fore the said court to show cause why an
order should not be granted to sell so much
ns shall be necessary of tho following de
scribed real estate of said decedent, to
v-lt.. all of 'lot 11. In block 1. Of the W6od
mnndsee subdivision of blOck one, plat
'''B." Salt Lake City sifrVcv, Salt LaJ:o
county. Utah, has been set for hearing on
Friday, "the 2nd da'y of, September. A. D.
1004, at.10 o'cldck a. m., at tho County
courfliouse. ;In ih cdrtroom of tald
court. In Salt Lake City. Shit I.'ato 'Coun
Witness the clerk of sold court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 20th day of
August, a. t. ifrai. John -James,
rse'al.1 . Clerk.
ty toavld '13. Davles. 'Deplitv Clerk.
C M. Nfelso'n. A'ttorney'fo'r -Pelltioher.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of the Now
.York, B0hnn'r.a Mining company, 'for -the
Olcctfoh. of directors apd Tor tho trans
action of such other business as m'av 'law
fully come before It, will be held at the
office erf the company, room 303 D. 1?
Walker building. Salt Lake Cltv. Utah, on
September 13, .1KI. at 12 o'clock noon.
H. B'VRNETT, Sebi-cta'ry.
Salt Lake City, Utah, August -20. 1901.
Old EAV'rgreen Mining & Tunnel 'com
pany. 'Principal place of business. Salt
Lako ;Clty. Utah. Notice There Is de
linquent upon the following described
6tbck, tin -account of assessment No. G.
of three (3) cents per share levied June)
28. 1901, payable immediately and de-'
llnquent on tho 30th day of July. 1301. tho
amount .set opposite tho name of tho
shareholder as folIdv3:
N. Certificate. Name. No. Shares. Am't.
115 L. U. Colbath iSOCO SLNO.TO
Therefore, In ncordnnce -with law and
an order made by tho board of directors
on the 2Sth day June. 19-11. so many
shares 'of such parcel of Stock as may be
necessary will be sold at the office of the
secretary of ald company. No. 161 South
Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
Monday, the 22d day of -Augus't. 1D0-I. at
12 o'clock noonto pay the delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
(Se'al.) HENRY G. M'M-fLLAN.
. . Secrotary.
No. 1G1 South Main street, Salt Lake
City. Utah August 1. 1D0-I. 245
Silver Lake. "Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Dally stage via Park City, connecting
with trains, and stago every other day up
Big Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullen
hotel at 7 a. m. A
Tel, C5. Milrray Exchange, or Brighton
hotel. HYP.UM NELSON. Prop.
New and elegant In all Us appointments. 1
kO rooms, single- or en sultb. 61 rooms with
hath. Q. S. Holmes. Proprietor.
l COMMISSI jj
e hay ana wit ,,??jJfc-
t on margin or xor $m
J rooma on a bio oM
i come In and trn. uiM
I "ST .m
Consult CountvnIr" '11
stgnem for fffiLaaJ
ty, State ofVrn&W
mate of Ue.r,,h'Nfe
at the county coiihS-4111
room of saldlcou&,H
Lijkp county. UmV SShUl
Vithcss the elcri- nr k ,.
King. Burton &
hate .division. In ana
ty. State of Ttah -H rt.?4
&ot Jo,m HeJS
Crlpps. deceased, praffiS
6'e I the following UcKj
orly or said decedent
the capital stock ofuM
eompam. has been st X
day. the 2r.d dv 0f
1501. at 10 o clock a. i
courthous?, In the ctS4
Witness the Clerk sy,
tho seal thereof nl&tti Tvi
August, A. D. mi ' LS!
(Seal.) joiix jxv.
By David B. Davta DbEf
Wm. M. Bradley, ArjS
- ' i
NOTICE OF SAIEOPaijK
ERTY AT PEIVATt'K
In the Matter it Tba KnH!
dlanshlp ot Murk A IfisB5
Jason McChrysttd, ll'r.'Ks. m.
The undersigned, zi r"di
minors, will sell it rrir2
right. rJtb ,tnd interest rE
cadi of said minors in a
hereinafter dcribtd, tb!rBr
of said minors In eili ndmf
pearlng of record aM tKsSb
An undivided blJ-Wf3) h'C,
Group of Mines. cfta,U.Ur: tfK
ing Mining Claims "and MaF
in the Tlntrc Mining KstAtjW:
ty. State of Utah (cittptEJiM
and located, patented tnKl
scribed tis The KiipL Lc4iS
U S. Iot 123, The BIU EilC
. Claim. V ? Lot 121. 13
sloh Eagle Lod illnin? QiiKI
2J3: Tho North Exttnslw feM
Mining Claim. V S, Lot2;lBi
Lode Mining Claim, 1" S.LlB
Houghton Lode Mialnj diiKg
197: The South ExtcajJoa SiVj
Mining Claim. U S. Loi tt?
Extension Blue Btll I!t2i
I'. S. Lot 215 The Sooth KsJk
Lode Mining Claim. T ILdBc
'Watson Lode Mintej Wi
Lot 5722; Tbe Klm
Ing Claim. V. S. latnm
Mill Site. C S Lot K, BWj
situated 'In Juab count, ItttW
ated In Utah county, UuD.:
Mill Site. U. S. I,ot 3F (sta
Said sale shall be on K&mi
ond day of September, A.
written bids will be r Jit
of Rogers & Stre.t AttagT'
317 D. !' Walker osil&t'1
City. Utah. Terms erf '-Vn
one-fifth cash, ami rea&BF!
irlents of at lcasx on-KQpj
maJnder payable IventiltfRp
equal amount on iMare-h SfT,
Teinulnde'r of Ihe total f-'Mp;
August 15. 1CXI, said dcfrfrtiBa
to be secured by rota "jK'i
'bearing -at least 5 per "jK?
SARAH A. -VCTK
Rogers & Street. AltcrcciWJ
Dated August 20. lftl. T
IN THE TFIIRD-JUDICIfiWi-i
court. In and for Salt iiitM
of Utah. Department Mifc j
ter of tho estate of HestTs
ceased. Nolle. ...
The petition of Flora
for the admission to pnl
document, purpor.tiDK W K,Jfc
and testament of "eEfLJBii
ceased, nnd for tho fi,f '-jtMi
tamcntarj to hericlr, cj
hearing on Frldiiy .".E
tember. A D lW.at ,f9E
tho county courthouse, "
of said coutt- In Salt LaUv
Witness tho Cler gt
the seal thereof afnied,
Aucust. A. D. VSi. nfg;
(Seal.) , tr
By J V -Eldredpc. Jr
M M. Kalghn. Attorney fc'K
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