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H ' ' p,GE SIX TBCE SALT LAEE IKBUOT. THURSDAY MOBNIKG-, SEPTEMBER i
II ( l4 ,
H I ; fktfx In Bodies
H : Are Openiig Agafsi
1 ' i: i Inventory of New Wealth Revealed
H , t by Manag-or Proudenthnl by an
!jt Expert Mining' Man,
H Over the result of his observations at
H If) 3 the properties of the Majosllc Mining
H ;;; company, out of Mllford, L, . Catea,
H ' who has been identified with the Bos-
H ton Con. of Bingham for some time,
H , j !'' has returned from camp ciultc enthusl-
H i'lj nutlc. Recent disclosures undcr-
H j.jfl ground, said he, are all that has been
H . j1' exploited by the miners, and were the
Hj j -ij company in possession of irons re-
H !,.', quired in the fluxing of Its orcsr the
H !j management could, with perfect con-
slstency, blow In Its smelter. The tcr-
' j !' ritory, under the experienced direction
H j J of E. P. Fretidcnthal, has opened up
j.'.j marvelously, said Mr. Cntes, and at
H , j, several points ores of fine quality are
H ! ;jj now exposed. On the 200-foot level.
H j !;i west of the Whiskers cave, fr m
H 1 which, It is said, ores of the value of
H i 'H $100,000 were extracted, the channel
H J 'J has openel up into 24 feet of ore that
H . 1 j should maintain an average of IS per
H j rj cent, with some rock of sensational
quality ocgurlng in it, while west of
H this station 1C0 feet an upraise Is be-
H : Ing made in mineral which shows ev-
H f j t cry evidence of continuity between the
H a,j points in question. On the north side
H s Jj of the Whiskers cave the management
H 1 ju has tapped the north and south Assure
H in which Is exposed several streaks of
H copper oxide, running very high in the
H red mc-tnl, with some silver and gold,
H while the contents of the entire fis-
Hj sure, which varies from fouriccn to
H twelve feet in width, said Mr. Catcs,
H i should show an average around 15 per
B 1 cent. Northeast of the old Incline on
H ih the 200-foot level the management has
H I opened up a channel of slllclous bor-
H nltc, which now reveals a width of
H 20 feet, with the hanging wall yet to
H be exposed, and along which the drift
T ' has been extended for 75 feet, this av-
H craglng about 11 per cent copper.
H l' In the Old Hickory group there has
H also been some very gratifying devcl-
Hj opmcnts. The west contact shows a
H width of ten to fourteen feet on the
Hj ' J 100-foot level, while on the 200 the man-
H agement is driving -vest with some
H ' t copper sulphides in evidence and with
1 everything to Indicate the strength re-
H ij vealcd above.
H J At conditions down at the Majestic
K '. j Mr. Cates was astonished, Indeed, and
H he sees no reason why the- properties
B ';! should not be made most productive.
B W, B. Mucklow, president of the
1 Si company, came up from camp yester-
H 'j day morning and departed for the
Bast last night. It Is understood that
B' he expects to blow In the smelter again
V the first of the approaching year.
GYPSUM MI2TZS SOLD.
!t Strong Company to Utilize tho Big
, ii Deposits in Iron County.
i "While the principals are not yet ready
jf to release the particular?, it became
known yesterday that the deposits of
i gypsum In Iron county that have been
I , j owned by Fred T. McGurrin and asso-
I ' elates for some time, have been sold to
i the representative of a very strong
, j Eastern syndicate, and that, at an early
, day the product will be put Into com-
' merclal activity. To that end It is paid
i the purchasing company will equip the
, deposits with a plant such as is em-
'! ployed in other countries, and that
. j Utah will be made to supply the needs
' of the entire far West. Ad Is well
, I', i known, the deposits are among the
") largest In tho country, and the new
!, j company should develop Into a most
formidable factor In supplying the
, i;i country's needs. The details of the en
terprlse will be relinquished a few days
I1 !! MR. BADGETT'S RESIGNATION.
' j Directors Express Tneir Regret in a
. y Timely Resolution,
jjj The acceptance of the resignation of
v,', George F. Badgett as superintendent
of the r Montana company's Tonopah
jt'j mines, by the directors, was charac-
r terized by many expressions of regret
, that found expression in a resolution
'.j unanimously adopted by It. Had it
q not been perfectly understood by the
i' board that the company would con-
i tinue to enjoy the benefits of his ad-
I vice, aald President Knox yesterday,
; 7 his resignation would have been, un-
doubtedly, rejected. For the present
j , r condition of the mines, added the presi-
.!' dent, the company is largely Indebted
T i1 to Mr. Badgett, and his election as
!' second vice-president of the company
J i! was in recognition of It,
j ? President Knox departed for the East
'-j last night by way of Glenwood Springs,
I where he will be joined by Mrs. Knox,
1 U while the other visiting officials went
' M in various directions.
I' ' "H NEARING ORE BODY.
I Condition On! tho Alblou Tunnel,
I . With Upper Workings Draining,
j i ifr. From the Albion of Alta continue to
' ;! i'l' come the most encouraging reports,
I I with everything to indicate a big ore
1 , !l body ahead of the management All
' J .'w the while some ore is occurringln tlie
II A drifts extending each way from the
; tunnel, while the waters by which the
1 j management was excluded from the old
r s; workings are rapidly receding, with
I ', ) 'id everything to foretell an early return to
' "j them. Much ore, indeed, has been ex-
l j ill posed there for some time, and with the
j I Jw water removed the marketing of them
1 i ,5i will no doubt be resumed Manager
I ? ii William Hatfield is very much pleased
i. ., 'tA over the situation.
, i jr 4&T ?2.co to $4.00
H . k I European.1"1
1.00 to $3.oo
New Sun lypcwriter, S40.
Carbons, ribbons for all machines,
f Pembroke sells them.
THE U. S. ANNUAL.
Shareholders Are to Gather in the
East Again Next Month.
"The annual meeting of the U. S.
Mining company will be held next
month. We understand that the an
nual report will not go exhaustively
Into the details of the company's busi
ness during the year," says the Com
mercial Bulletin of New York. "The
company has been subjected to a lot
of adverse criticism by Irresponsible
critics, but the large holders of the
stock pay no attention to those at
tacks or to the periodical attempts in
the stock mnrktt to shake out long
stock. They regard U S. Mining as a
better Investment than Utah at cur
rent prices and there is very good au
thority for saying that dividends will
be continued regularly and that the
shares will approximate in value dur
ing the next year. Much stress Is laid
by the bears on the fact that July was
a poor month, but they fall absolutely
to note that August was the best
month the company ever had."
The United States requires no "vin
dication" from any source outside of
Its mines and smelter, especially In this
State, which was extremely unfortu
nate In permitting the control to go out
of It. The only comfort Is that one of
the biggest units In the coiurol is held
by Bert Hodden and his associates and
that to that extent Utah will share In
its stupendous resources.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Sacramento Cuts Out a Pace That
Puts tho Talent to Guessing.
The day on tho mining exchango closed
on tho sale of 13.0S0 shares of stock for
l2,22Q;i, and with the market generally
unchanged. Sacramento did some sprint
ing that the talent Ironically ascribed to
Its temporary retirement from tho divi
dend column, as did Carlsa, which, with
out notice, advanced to 10 conts a share
with the markot predicting further ad
vances, whllo May Day was marked
down to 7 cents. Daly West, which sold
down to $14.03 at tho opening session, ad
vanced to J1I.50 during the afternoon,
hi e Tonormh came out to a bid of $S.?5,
with New York recording light gains. In
hk upairliiK lie and Central was marked
up to J3.70, with but $1.41 to be had for
Montana of Tonopah, while the Judge
continued an offering at $4.50. tho day
closing on tho followlns markot:
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. IAskcd.il Bid. Askcd
AJax $ .OS J .00
Alice 30 25
Boston Con. G.IiS C.G2H
Butlcr-Llb. . .0DM:? IC'Mt .00$ .10
Carlsa OS j .14 .00 .10
Century .40 .30 .39
Creole 40 40
Con. Mercur.- .20',4 .30 .2G .31.
Daly 2.20 2.35 2.C0 2 35 "
Daly Judge,. 4.271,: h50 -1.20 4.50
Daly West 14.50 15.00
E. & B. Bell .12i 1.00 . 74
Galena OS 03
Grand Con.. 3.70 4.20 3.50 4.50
Goldlleld Bon .04: 03
Horn Silver I 1.15 1.25
Joe Bowera .01 01
Little Chief .01 .01' .01 .01
I. Mammoth 20 20
Mont. Ton... 1.50 1.85 1,41 1.80
Mammoth .. 1.10 1.5214 1.52V-
May Day .. .0 .0714 .OGft .07i
Mar. Wash . .00 .0014 .OOVfc .CO;
Now York .. .02?i .03i .03 .03 VI
Ontario 3.50 4.50 3.50
Rlch.-Ana .01 ' .01 .03
Sunohlne 05 03
Swansea .20 .11 ,
S Swansea.. .CO .OS
Sacramento A2 .13VA .12 . '..
Silver King . 4S.00 5.00 4S.O0"
Star Con 14 .11 .ie
Silver Shield .COV4 .05 .03',4 .03
Tonopah .... S.00 S.tO 7.S5
Tctro 28 .27 .20 .27
United States 19.75 20.75 20.(0 20.75
U Sam Con. .21 .22' .21 .22".
Utah 45 " 15 "
Victoria, 1.00 1.10 ,W
Victor 01V4 .02
Yankee Con. .32 q .35 33
May Day, 1000 nt 7ygc,
Sacramento, GO at 12Vc; CCO at 12V,c; 1C03
at 13c; 1000 'at l.'l'ic.
Shares sold, 1150.
Selling value. $127.50.
Carlsa, COO at 10c.
Daly West, 10 at $11.25; 10 at 11.03.
Tonopah. 10) at $3.25,
Tctro, 300 at 27c.
Uncle Sam Consolidated, 200 at 2214c.
Shares old, 1120.
Selling value, S12S4.
Daly West, 10 at $11.50.
May Day, 3100 at 7c.
New York. 1400 at 3c; COCO at 34c
Shares sold, 7810.
Selling value, 531S.75.
Ores and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $134,000, McCor
nlck & Co, reporting them as they follow
im,ecan. ,bul,'on. S37.J0Q; gold bullion.
$13,100; gold, silver, lead and copper orea
In the metal market silver ruled at 50'.
cents an ounce, lead at $3.50iM.20 per lto
pounds, and casting copper at 11TG canto
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .20 Llttlo Chief 05
Alice 15 Ontario 350
Brcecc .. .IB Ophlr ".10
Brunswick Con. .13 Phoenix t
Comstock Tun,. .10 PotosI 10
Con, C and Va. 1.00 Savage t 'ig
Horn Silver 1.65 Sierra Nevada . .30
Iron Sliver 1.25 Small Hopes ... .25
LcndvlUc Con... .02Standard l.co
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ....$1.75 Mohawk so
Alloucz 12 75 Mont C & C. 5 75
Amal 5S.37V4 Old Dom 15,00
AmrZlnc .... ll.S7'j Osceola 711. CO
Atlantic 13.25 Parrot, bid... 23. 00
Bingham 27.G2Vs Qulncy 51 00
Cal & H.. 510 020.00 Shannon - CO
Centennial ... 27.75 Tamarack UG.OO
Cop Range .. 5S,S7 Trinity 7. 00
Daly West ... 11.23 U S Mining.. 20,12'A
Dom Coal . . &9.G0 U S Oil 11.50
Franklin .. .. 8.50 Utah 10.75
Grancy 2.S7V4 Victoria .". S7V4
Isle Royalo .. CS.00 Winona 9.23
Maps Mining, 3.50 Wolverine .... 02.00
Mlphlgan .... 3.50
New Mining Incorporation.-
Artlclcs of Incorporation of the Gold
field Great Bend Mining companv, or
sranlzd In this city with a canltullzatlon
of $1.W,000, were filed ycatcrdav In the of
fice of the County Cleric. The properties
of tho company, known ns the "Great
Bend" group, are located near Ulamond
vlllc. In Goldlleld mining district, Esn er
alda county, Nevada The officers arc as
follows: Frank A. Keith, prusldont; V, B.
Cook, vicc-prcsldoni, Peter Porter, secre
tary and treasurer.
Records Don't Come Off
Till they pay. Merchants' Protective
Assn. Rating Books for Salt Lake City
Ogden City, Park City. Boise City,
Honolulu City, tell.
For fine rooms, 22 E. Third South.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Nortti
ern. Pahrcr House.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angolus. B. v
Gardner. 303 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel,
NEW YOKK-Waldorf-Astorla. Imperi
al, Astor Ilouac.
OMAHA Tho Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland llotol.
ST. LOUiS-Plahtor.V. Southorn.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wltlard. Raleigh.
Butting Into Biogham
Persistent Asseveration That It Is to
Add Utah Con. and Some Others
to Its Possession.
The story that Utah Con. of Bing
ham is to be added to the assets of the
Amalgamated Copper compnny of
Montana refuses to be quieted, and
while it Is denied as frequently as it Is
exploited, assurance comes from the
East that tho event will positively take
place. A letter Issued by Hayden, Stone
& Co. of Boston rays the rumor Is un
doubtedly possessed of "more than
Idle street talk, but when or how
It will be taken over is not known."
"The Utah Con.," It adds, "Is a valuable
property, and should prove a valuable
1 acquisition for the Amalgamated. Ow
ing to the large ownership pf the Amal
gamated Interests in Utah there
would probably be no difficulty In
securing the necessary assent to such
an amalgamation. The Utah Is
capable of earning $5 per share upon
Its stock, and on this showing Amalga
mated could afford to absorb It upon
share for share basis. It Is Intimated
that Amalgamated will seek a larger
ownership In the Bingham camp than
Utah alone, and that It plans an
amalgamation of several other proper
While any knowledge of such an am
bition on the part of the Amalgamated
is disclaimed in thi3 city, it could,
never the less, exist and probably does.
Not unfrequently has it been said that
the Montana company was trying to
break Into Utah's great camp of copper,
and with the personnel by which the
Amalgamated is controlled, Including
a large number of those by whom the
control of Utah Con. Is exercised, ne
gotiations looking to that end ought
not be difficult. It Is also claimed that
Amalgamated has been casting sheep's
eyes at the properties of the Boston
Con. In the same camp, and that it has
for some time showed a willingness to
take hold of the British Interest in the
company at a reaixmable figure. In
this, however, it Is not without a rival,
as there arc others who have been
sparring with the cousins across the
water. The gTeat obstacle, however, Is
the Britisher's knowledge that he made
a mistake wheji he parted with his
holdings in Utah Con., and he is accord
ingly holding out for better results from
The News Bureau of Boston, discuss
ing the report, says:
"It comes from excellent Salt Lake
City sources that surveyors in the em
ploy of the Amalgamated dpper com
pany have recently surveyed the prop
erties In the Bingham camp of the
Utah Consolidated, Bingham Consoli
dated, United States Mining, and
the Yampa Mining owned by the Tlntlc
Mining & Development company, which
property adjoins the Utah.
"Local Interests in these properties
plead Ignorance regarding auy such
surveys. This Information comes from
sources entitled to credit, following the
persistent rumors that the Amalga
mated 13 to absorb the Utah Consoli
dated." If any examination of the properties
In question is being prosecuted It Is
without the knowledge of local man
Boston Coppers Active.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., Sept. 14. Copper
shares were active today and prices gen
erally higher, Tho Arm tone displayed
by the Njw York market made a better
feeling In the local market and tiaders
ns well as commission houses were buy
ers. The market has lost nono of its
good tone and advancing prices accom
pany nny activity. Market closed strong
at about tho best of tho day, Horn
blower & Weoks. brokers, 53 Stato street.
Boston, and TO Wall street, New York,
furnish the following qultatlons:
Sales. High. Low. Clone.
Amal 17&: $5S.S0 $57-75 $5S.G0
Bingham .. .. 400 27.50
Daly West ... 2G0 H.87',4 14.50 14.87V-
Mercur 220 .20 .28 .30
Mexico 11.25 10.75
US 29S0 20.1214 19.75 20.12V4
Curb Boston, $7.00.
Dav?son City Publication Says It Will
Exceed Ten Millions This Year.
It Is the opinion of- those in a position
to know that the output of the Klondike
for the season of 1001 cannot fall short
of $10,000,000. The summer Is now so far
advanced and tho tlmo for the closing
down of all open work ao near at hand
that It Is not a dlfllcult matter to make
an estimate of the aggregate value of the
gold that has been mined during the ycai,
and such will not fall short of tho amount
mentioned, says tho Yukon Woild of
Dawson City. The basis upon which such
conclualon Is arrived sit Is derived from
tho report of tho comptroller of the ter
rltory to whom the export tax upon ah
gold shipped put of tho country Is paid
It Is a well-known fact that the valua
tion used by tho Government as a basit
upon which to compute the tax, $15 an
ounce, Is considerably under Its real val
ue, the general average being above $1G,
and whllo the total valuo of the gold ex
ported, as shown by the tax certificates,
may be less than $10,000,000, the real valuo
will be In excess of that amount.
New Book Bindery.
First-class bank and ccnmerclai work
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
Try Council Liquor House for wine
and liquor. Lowest prices and first
class goods. 10 E. 1st So. st.
C. BONETTI, Propr.
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With Eound-proof booths. Telephone
buildlnc, State Btreet, city.
Deep Creek lines
to lave a ill
Latham Shareholders Concur in the
Rocommcudatlon of tho Manage
ment of Properties.
The shareholders of the Latham Mi
ning and Smelting company at their
annual meeting having ratified the rec
ommendations of the management, it
will proceed, without delay, with the
equipment of Its properties in Deep
Creek, with means for the active con
centration of Its ores. The method to
be employed is that which has been
devised by the National Pneumatic Ore
Concentrating company of Dayton, O.,
which Is represented locally by Dr.
J. J. Snyder To that end Manager
Moats will leave for Denver next week,
where such material as cannot be had
In the market will be ordered, actlvo
construction to be Inaugurated In Oc
tober. With which to supply the plant
the report of the management submit
ted at the annual meeting of sharehold
ers, tells of tho presence of 32.900 tons
of ore that wll average 2G per cent
lead, 10 ounces silver, 7 per cent cop
per and fractional values In gold.
In the financial statement submitted
at the meeting of shareholders It was
shown that during the year there has
been expended on the development of
the properties $41,775.71, the means
having been derived from the sale of
treasury stock and a small tonnage of
The election of officers and directors
resulted as follows: V. J. Yunek of Ne
braska, president; George P. Slgler,
West Virginia, vice-president; George
L. Moats, treasurer and general man
ager; with R E. L. Frymcler of West
Virginia completing the board of direc
tors. At the company's mines work will
be continued steadily and with their
equipment the Deep Creek region will
have been provided with another producer.
DON'T WANT GOOD THING.
Tho Eastern Investor Contenting
Himself With Smaller Earnings.
A letter from the East mentions that
there "has been very little doing In
Daly West, traders finding other stocks
more attractive." The names of these
"other stocks," nor their attractions,
are not enumerated. Certainly the
commentator does not desire to have
It understood that any security In New
York or Boston Is affording the In
vestor bigger earnings, for at the pres
ent market the Daly West Is paying
the purchaser better than 34 per cent
pr annum, while there is every as
surance that this will be continued for
a long time. That no other security Is
doing as much for the Eastern investor
Is as well known In New York and
Boston as It Is here and It would be
Interesting to local readers to learn
just what "other stocks" the Eastern
writer has reference to. A Boston pub
Daly West continues to fool the
speculative contingent by paying ;10
cents a month in dividends.
Tho contest case of M. C. Pox against
the Alta Consolidated Mining and Mining
company, Involving development work on
a group of mining claims In tho Alta
district, is on hearing In the United
States land office in this city. The claims
set up by the contestant is that the ex
penditure for development work has not
been of the requisite amount to enablo
the contcstee to hold the claims under
the law. The company is inaklnjr a
strong fight to establish Its right to hold
Tho management of the Uncle Snm of
Tlntlc has three more carloadfl of con
centrates at the sampler, with another
consignment piling up at the plant.
Reports from tho Con. Mercur Indicate
a condition at the mines and mill which Is
Tho Ohio Copper company will settle
for three carloads of high-grade concen
trates and ono of hlgh-grado crude oro
from its Bingham plant and piopertles
C. E. Molson, resident representative of
tho Exploration Compuny of London, haa
gono north again.
Capt. James A. Black will dopart for
Goldlleld next week to conduct an exam
ination of mining property.
Manager Joseph of the Carlsa left for
that Tlntlc copper producor again yester
Walter C. Orem, manager of the Utah
Apex, left for Its Bingham mines yester
Henry Catrow, manager of the Ohio
Copper company, has gone to Its Bing
ham mines and mill.
The latest consignment of ore from the
Utah mine In Deep Creek was settled for
on controls showing SI ounces silver and
4G per cent lead.
The South Swansea of Tlntlc has a lot
of lease ore In that shows 50 ounces sil
ver, with 15 per cent lead
A letter from James Ilcaloy of tho
Crown Point, out of Tonopah, says that
while the delivery 'of supplies at his camp
has been delayed by washouts on the rail
way, he has finally Inaugurated work,
with good ore In evidence.
Tho Monterey of Tlntlc reported on tho
market yepterday with a lot of ore show
ing 'M ounces allver. 3.3 per cent copper
and $4.10 gold per ton.
It has been decided by tho management
of the Lower Mammoth of Tlntlc to ad
mit the lessee to all levels abovo the 100.
The Gllmore mine In Idaho was present
with another lot of ore on yesterday's
The Mammoth of Tlntlc marketed S3
tons of second-class gold oro yesterday.
The annual meeting of shareholders of
the American Smelting and Refining ,com
pany was scheduled to take place at tho
gcnernl officca In New York yesterday.
II. IT. Pope of Grand Junction Is In tho
city, the truest of hie cousin, Secretary
lames A. Shorten of the mining exchange
'Ie says the new smelter at Grand Junc
tion will start Its fires at an early day.
Tonopah Bonanza: Reliable informa
tion Is to hand that on the 6M-foot level
of the Macdonald ledge in tho Montana
Conopah. In the west drift. 400 feet from
he shaft, 11 chute of tho richest ore ever
found In this great mine has been opoued
jp. Omitting all dividend questions. thi3
mist affect the stock of the company and
also that of tho Midway, through which
property it must pass.
FREE PEACHES I
At Brlgham City, September 15. Ex
cursion via O. S. Li. Bound trip, $1 25.
L ave Salt Lake at S a, m. Special re
ORE FROM DEATH VALLEY.
Interesting Experiences of Two Pros
pectors in Desert Without Food.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CAL1ENTE, Nov., Sept. II. Martin
Ryncr and Ncls Standlsh. two experi
enced prospsctors, spent today In camp,
cn route to Salt Lako with samples of
gold and aluminum taken from claims lo
cated by them In August, 100 miles from
tho San Pedro road In the dread wasto
known ns Death valley. They haxl a
rough trip Into that fearful district and
almost perished from thirst beforo getting
out of tho desert! They were two days
absolutely without water under a blazing
sun on account of tholr burros tipping
over their water barrel at night, nnu
when they arrived here Ryncr was ne.irij
blind from the effects of a sandstorm
which overtook them on their last day
In the desert. They Calm to have located
a five-foot ledgo of frco gold from Vjicn
tho samples shown were taken, and show
chunks of coarso gold as large as a kernel
of wheat all through the ore. These oa.n
nles will go Into tho thousands of dohar
and tho question of accessibility to water
is all that stands between the nervy pros
pectors and afllucnce.
They found tho skeleton of a man. on
whoso bones the skin and flesh had dried
and baked Into tho semblance of an Egyp
tian mummy, Thrco brass buttons such
as are worn by United Slates soldiers
wero all tho clues to Identification, the
clothing having entirely disappeared. They
burled tho remains near their camp and
named their claim Dead Man's mlno, af
ter their gruesome find.
J, C Coad, son of Judgo Coad of Salt
Lake City and Robert Tarbot, foreman of
tho Estel'.a Mining company at Mllrord
for the past three years, arrived hore
yestordav and after purchasing provisions
to last a month, otcrted across tho coun
try to Plochc, whenco they will go weal
Eomo twenty miles to examine a group or
claims In the Interest of Salt Lake and
MUford men. Thoy will also spend sorno
time prospecting through southorn Nc
vada. II. II. Tarbot. superintendent and
manager of the Estella Mining company,
will be here today and go on down the
lino to examine properties for his com
pany, Charles Wheeler came In from his
claims below Los Vegaa today with sam
ples of vory rich copper ore and went to
Salt Lake to havo It assayed.
D. S. Murdock and Mel Irwln, owners
of tho Rainbow group of free gold claims,
twontv-one miles south of Moapa, report
a good strike at the breast of a sixty-fool
tunnel run to tap their four-foot ledge,
which crops up ton feet above the surface
and at grass roots assays $16.20 per ton In
free gold. Thev have crosscut the ledge
at a depth of fiftv feet and In that short
'Mstance the width has Increased to seven
feet and assnys $27 40 per ton. The con
tact Is quartzUe on both aides of the le-'go
with three Inches of talc on the hanging
wall. The ore Is filled with hematite ami
shows coarse free gold. Irwln In a son
of Georgo D. Irwln. a rich Hawaiian
planter and struck the Rainbow group on
his first prospecting trip.
Clvdc Morton, half ownor of tho Bluo
Bell and Mercurv claims north of Moapa.
struck a four-foot chute of manganese In
tho former claim which goes 230 ounces
silver. He made tho strike In a nlncty-five-foot
tunnel run to cut another ledge which
should be tapped about thirty feet further
In and struck a blind lead of the rich man
ganese. The ledge toward which the tun
ne' is run Is three feet wide at tho surface
and carries $10.20 gold and 110 ounces from
C. S. Sommers, who has been associated
with tho great Calumet Copper Mining
companv, spent yesterday In camp, on his
wav to Moapn. He will go north from
that point twenty-eight miles to examine
tho Moonlight group of eighteen copper
gold claims belonging to Burton. Freer
and Moulton, Colorado prospectors, who
havo completed S20 feot of work on their
claims since Inst December and claim to
have hnlf-a million dollars worth of ore In
sight The copper runs In a black oxide
and nzurlte. In a lime and spar ledge for
mation, between granllo walls, and meas
ures from four to twenty-eight feet In
width. Assay? - taken from different
claims show values of from $1 10 to $19.40
gold and from S to 62 per cent copper per
Jim Nelson, one of the locators of the
Apox claim south of Moapa rlvor sixteen
miles, brought In several fine samples of
tellurium and frco gold ore. He says his
ledgo at seventy-five feet deep Is three
and one-half foot wide, and carries froo
gold which ho estimates will go bettor
than $100 a ton.
Mike Doan and P. Flanncry. owners of
the Sunrise group of gold mines on the
Virgin river, accompanied by a represen
tative of Fraser-Chalmcrs. the Chicago
mill manufacturers, passed through hero
today en route to their mines where the
mill expert will examlno mines and oro
and determine tho claas of equipment ne
cessary to treat tho ore. Dolan and
Flannery arc associated with Judgo Mc
Laughlin of Omaha In their mines and
the money for the mill will' bo furnished
by the Omaha capitalist and his asso
ciates, Tho now drift on tho Callento Gold Mi
ring company's claim Is In eighteen feet
on the ledge and some rich free milling
ore Is being extracted.
Milton nnd Murphy, ownors of the Sil
ver Bow group of gold-silver mines, north
of Los Vegas after sinking 210 feet on a
four-foot ledgo of $3810 ore. wero sur
prised to strike a deposit of rich gray
cepper going $52 gold and 14G ounces sliver
per ton. Thoy sunk twenty feet on thl3
ledgo and crosscut to the displaced hang
ing wall finding this ledgo had widened
to nine feet all In ore.
J. McCullock reports $25.G0 assays from
samples of free gold oro sent to Salt Lake
last week from his January claim on the
Four Cripple Creek mining men passed
through camp yesterday en route to tho
Virgin and upper Colorado districts whore
they will spend two months prospecting,
G. W. Munson and F, L. Judson, two of
the party aro owners of tho Grand View
gold mine In tho Independence district at
H. L. Vivian of New York City, an ex
pert for the Amalgamated, who returned
from the San Pedro gold mines, eighty
miles from Pucrta Cortez, Spanish Hon
duras, recently, passed through camp to
day In company with Gus Williams and
P. B. Mullock en route to Goode Springo
on tho lino of the San Pedro railroad, to
examine the Golden Calf group of copper
mines near that point.
Theodore Bartch, E. and A. F
Bloom of Washington, D C. wont Went
today to examine the Vesuvius group of
gold-silver claims, fourteen In number
north of Los Vegas. These gentlemen
represent Washington and Richmond, Vn ,
Whilo sinking a well to obtain water
for camp use on tho Little Maud mlno of
the War Cloud group of sllvor-load mines
northwest of Callcnte, Jim Haywood
struck a blind lead of iatlvo silver, three
feet wide, so rich as to appear almost
ready to receive tho Government stamp
Tho lucky strike was made 200 feet from'
the low grade ledge on which Havwood
and Wilcox wero working and was but
twelve feet from tho surface In the bottom
of a narrow Kulch. The prospectors came
In today with a sack of samples which
they will take to Denver to submit to their
backers, Mead, Ross & Co.
...Jc,fLAyin(lc3 reports the completion of
his 150-foot tunnel on the Pacific mine of
the Y hlrlwlnd group of gold-copper
claims, twenty-eight mliC3 north of
Moapn where ho has crosscut .1 snven
foot vein of rich ore.
AGREEMENT IS TRUE.
Negotiations Between Daly West and
Ontario Are Now at an End.
President J. E. Eambergcr or the Daly
West, whose attention was drayvn yes-
Sleeplessness Is a
Sign of Nerve Trotx
ble and Should
Be Loolied To.
There aro thrco different manifesta
tions of sloeplcjoncso.
First, hardly to sleep a wink all night,
rccond. to lio awake a lorn; tlmo beforo
falling a3lccp; third, to fall aalcep coon.
wal:ing up after scvoral hours and then
find it hard to deep again-
They mean that somovhero in tho
nervo fibre.", somowhero In tho brain
cells, semewhero in tho . blosd voaaels
that carry blood to the brain, aomcthlng
13 radically wrong, and must bo righted,
or tho end may ba worse than death.
To rlcht it, tako Dr. Miles' Nervlno.
Scmo other symptom"? of nervo trou
ble are' Dizziness, Headache, Back
ache, Worry. Fretfulncss. Irritability,
Melancholy. Lack of Ambition.
Thoy Indicate diseases which may lead
to Epilepsy, Fits. St Vitus' Dance,
Nervous Prostration, Paralysis, Insanity.
Nothing will give such quick and loot
ing relief as Dr. Miles' Nervine.
"My husband had boon sick for week?,
could not nit up to have his bed made.
With all tho medical help wo could get
hp continued to grow worse. Ho cou d
neither sleep or cat. Our baby girl was
aent away, and all callers barred, bc
causo he could not ntand a bit of talk
ing. I read of a caso of nervous pros
tration cured by Dr. Miles' Rcstorailvo
.Vorvinc. Wo began giving it to him,
and In a few da.VH ho was able to bo
dressed. From that time ho steadily
Improved. Nervine saved his life.
MBS. A. G. UASIvIN. Frccvlllc, N. Y.
T?"DT7iT7 Writs to us for Frco Trial
1' ivliali! Package of Dr. Mllco' Antl
Pain Plllc, the New Scientific Romedy
to" Pain. Also Symptom Blanlc Our
Specialist will diagnose your caso. tell
vou what Is wrong, and how to rl?ht It,
& k MILES MEDICAL CO.,
Laboratories, elkhrt, ind.
tcrday to reports from the West that his
company and tho Ontario had agreed on
lorms by which the former will 3ccuro
the use of the lattcr's drain tunnel, said
the storv was authentic and that par
ticulars will be released as soon as tho
agreement Is returned from San Fran
cl"CO. Whllo President Bamberger de
clined to relense the terms of the eon
tract, thev will be embodied In an early
statement to tho shareholders. That the
Ontario will be required 10 drive 1EC0
feet to reach the Daly West end lines, as
published, is erroneous, said the manage
ment, as the distance will take tho tun
nel from the present terminus to the
Daly West's main shaft.
I WHERE WAR RAGES
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 14. Gen. Ku
rcpatkln estimates the Russian losses
from August 25 to September 5 at 4000
killed and 12,000 wounded.
CHEFOO. Sept. 14. A Chinese who left
Llao TI promontory on September 10 says
that the general assault upon the strong- ,
hold, which In some quarters was reported
would occur on tho 10th did not take
TOKIO. Sep't, 14. A teleeT.im wns re- I
ceived here today from Field Marshal
Oyama confirming previous reports that
a considerable forco of Russians Is still
to bo found south of the Hun river. Rus
sian scouts are constantly appearing be
foro the Japanese outposts.
FIELD HEADQUARTERS OF THE
SECOND JAPANESE ARMY. Sept. 6 (via .
Fusan. Korea, Sept. 14). An elaborate me
morial ceremony In honor of tho men of ,
the Fourth division who fell In battle was
held today. Three hundred and sventy
Ove men of this division were killed at I
Go by the book
Go by the book
Go by the book
Go by the book
Write for our Knowledge Hook, A Sdiilling &
Company, Sin Francisco.
Know how good a Baking Powder
.can beP Try
Trade mark on every can.
Ask the Grocer.
When ordering please refer to advertise
mcnt In The Salt Lake Semi-Weekly Trlb-une.
Consult CountyTjZT"' I
eigneio for lurtner nrJi-. f
Estntc of Edward u
Creditors V I1 0d
vouchors l0 tn". Unprir5U
Booth. Leo & Rhcf, ISfS
Btreet. Salt Lnlro C tl ,
the hday of'a'Arf
of Edward H. OcdrL 1' tM I
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i?Dato of first publication , ft
vouchers 10 the und&?il kStl
Commercial b!r.' Jieli
on or r.rf0,e . ', . ,!! jnC j I
A D. mi. f-uiication. L -
IN THE DISTRICT"- U'
bate division, in and rL ST? ;l
ty, State of Utah. i0T 1
I" the matter of tho (
B Pool, deceased KotS 1 9
Tho petition of Frank nV tami
for the Issuance to hlnS,?- ISUP
administration In the iSSWli T
B Peel, deceased, has S- fijut
Ing on Friday, thorrt?! (Pi
bor, A. D. 1W4 at l 1
wo county cSukhou I ;
of said court, n Sa.11 ? J
Lako county. 'Utah. 1 ft f
Vt lines. the Clerl: nr n t
IN THE DISTRlCTer t I
Tho notltlon of W ilton Ln
arty and Mabel M. Coffin
pormlssion to adopt t
Couarty. a minor has w" 'a
ng on Friday tho 30th i
bor. A. D. 1604. at ten o'M '?
the county courthous. a iff i
of said court, in BalrLsiff tl"'
Lako county, Utah. ,c
Witness too Clerk of tin h.-.-
the seal thereof .iffixMS f -
September. A. D. iwi t3!fi LA
(Seal ) JOHjyn, tTt
By David B. DavlSTiffi U'
Henderson. Pierce. CritS,,
retto. Attorneys for PctR " -
IN THE DISTRICT COL-B?;
Third Judicial District A
Utah, County of Salt Law 1 - S
' Ella E. Bennett, Plaintiff nj
Bennett, Defendant. Som-j-i
Tho Stato of Utah, to tb-, for
ailr; ! Aofc
Y -ire hereby sumnvejj h lure,
within twenty days aflw &J i
this summons upon you. it ..
the County in which tiju
brought, otherwise, v.lthln L.r
after service and defend tie
titled action; and In cue c' j? "
so to do. Judgment wDl'i", ": '
against you according to&fei i
tho complaint which, Triost :
after service of this sunzjaia vw
will bo llled with the clerk tWC
I CANNON, IRV'IN-Ela rBe
' P. O. Address. SHPSSg3
Salt Lake City, Hah, '
REPORT MADE TO THeIej 3ft
of State of the Stata olCtl
condition of 1 tot
, The Private Bank of McCcr3 tP
Located at Salt Lako CU;, ai J'
oi Salt Lake. State of Utii,uo
of business on tho Cth dirclk rflta
1004. Z ...
I Loans and discounts .. ,..,! few
Furniture and fixtures
, Bonds and cash st - vn
curllles $ sum,
Due from National fciiK
banks LJU. , Tt$
Due from State banks 1
I and bankers lJSS f,
Cash on hand M,72J 1 i
Total cash resources, "Mr ft""
LI ABILITIES. IV--
Capltal stock paid in IK.1.-:-
Undivided profits . .... - rt
Due to National '
Due to State banks V
and bankers . .. KJ.CEL5 Jr;
Individual deposits l,457tH y.
Certified checks 12.1M t
Cashier's checks .... a(CJ
Total deposits it...
Total , f j..
Stite of Utah, county of Sail '....
H. A. McCornlck. tU? 9 lt
sworn according to lav, r1 r
that ho Is assistant cashltrKj h
named bank, that the abort o "-..
Ing report contains a full W1 f
rect statement of the cos-
.aid bank at the close of &
6th day of September, 1X4.
H A. 1
Subscribed and sworn to U. T.&j
14th day of September, j?a rs'
Seal. VT.Ovjgj gjg
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State of Utah, Office o the 5
I. ajames T HammoijJ. j Igjg
State of the State 0 Utah.
tify that tho forcgoln?.! a W
correct copy of tho sUU- fj
above-named company. noTB- .
office the 14th day of Sg
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