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H tage six THE SAXT LAKE TEXBTTNE. Wednesday morning September 28, loop
I Qes m Prospects Furnaces mi
II Local Interest in
New te of Gold
I A Utah Boy Among tho First to En-
ter Has Produced Million in
I Few Months.
I Although six months ago Goldfleld
I was without a place on the map of
Nevada, It has, since that time, sent
to market ores of the value of nearly
$1,000,000, said a mining engineer of this
city who has hecn Inquiring into tho
record for a Colorado crowd that has
In view the installation of "a plant of
some description" in that locality, A
local smelter authority to whom the
figure's were referred said, after some
deliberation, that the figures were ap
proximately, at least, correct, adding
that perhaps ores of the value of
J200.000 from that source were now In
transit By another it is claimed that
nt the surface are- ores of the value of
$00,000, while the manager of one of
the most formidable enterprises In
Utah says the output of tho phenom
enal camp of gold is now averaging
$500,000 per month.
Dlcl: Sheldon of Colorado, who Is In
town with an Idaho mining camp his
destination, tells of an experience by
his represontatlve in the new camp,
f He had asked permission to drop down
J into ground of GoldlTcld operated under
"While we are eating lunch," pleaded
I the lessee, "every trip of that bucket
I is worth to us S200."
I The lesson is an instructive one.
Utah, with Zeb Kendall of Sprlngville
as its pioneer, has been among the
) first upon the ground over there, and
yet it has not been as diligent, per
il haps, as it should have been. A num
ber of prospects that vainly tugged at
local latchstrlngs have since developed
into producers there, and it is only
within the past few hours that the
movement In that direction has be
come a pronounced one. Time yet,
I LIGHT FOB, NEWHOUSE.
Electric Bulbs to Flicker in the New
Camp Next Month.
A few days more and the camp with
which Hon. Samuel Newhouse is endow
ing the copper-bearing zone In
Beaver county may be seen under elec
tric light, said Mr. Mos?er, the me
chenical engineer. pr Its founder during
the day. Immediately the main stack
Is completed the turbines by which the
dynamo will be operated will be put
in motipn, tho town to have Its electric
light', the machinery its electrical
energy. With It begins another cycle in
the evolution of one more of Utah's
camps of copper. Not only will the new
town be supplied with light, but the
long turnel, of which all but about 1100
feet has been completed, will be strung
with electric bulb?, as will be the
avenues, the main shaft and other
openings in the group of copper-bearing
mines Since the completion of the road
Into camp the record shows that sixty
three carloads of material have been
whisked into It, while a large number
are now in transit,
Mr. Newhoupe," to whom the region is
Indebted for the stupendous enterprise,
will leave for the West in a few days.
On Sunday last he waa present at the
interment of his lamented brother,
which event' took plnce at Wllkesbarre,
Pa. From that point he was scheduled
to leave for New York, where he may
await the arrival of Mrs. Newhouse,
who will accompany him West.
I WALLACE'S RICH BOOK.
Gold Ores of Sensational Quality
Found on Nine Mile Creek.
F. C Rcltzcl, the owner of tho Apex
grpup of claims, about a mile north of
Wallace, exhibiting an assay of ?2S37.40
in gold, which, he asserts, was made from
some rock as It was taken from on of
tho claims. Another assay on tho same
ki-.d of ore gave returns of over $3000 In
gold, says nn Idaho correspondent of tho
Mining World. In Hpeaklng of the find,
Mr Roltzcl says: "1 was running an open
cut on tho property and had proceeded
but a sdiort distance when I encountered
rome prcullnr reddish brown rock. A min
ing man from Butte said that he had seen
rpek similar in appearance whloh gav
enormous .returns In gold. We got on6
assay of I2S37.40. In order to check tho
assay some of tho quartz exactly similar
In appearance; to the ore assayed was sent
to Denver, and the valuta found In the
rock amounted to 5S0CO. The ore was not
fodnd In a solid, formation but was bro
ken. However, chunks of the ore a foot
wide have been removed from the cut It
Is. the Intention to thoroughly prospect the
grbund and endeavor to find the ore In
Place. A tunnel will give a depth of 300
feet, wbero the rich ore was uncovered "
I Tonopah Oro Shipments.
' The ore shipments for the week nniount
1 ed. to 0123 tons, about 1 tons less than last
week, duo aolely on shortage of cars, says
the Bonanza of Tonopah, Nev. Jumbd
1 Ipupcs at Goldfleld shipped 175V. tons, Mon
ti tiiiiti 150 tone. Tonopah Mining company
I tons. Including ore from the Lynch
l O'Meara lease. The Incoming freight Is
I (.yceptlonally heavy, as la the passenger
E traffic, 541 people having arrived this
1 week. Ore from Fuller McDonald and
Jauiary leases and Combination mlna
m Is. being delivered at the depot today.
I READ IT! READ IT! READ IT!
Those people living away from tho
rallroods In the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out tho United States, who are Inter
ested in the exciting and history
waking, antl-church domination cam
paign now under way In Mormon lands,
should subscribe for The Salt Lake
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at J1.G0 per
year In advance.
Raynl Bread is pure, ovcry loaf bears
nur label with tho crown. At Gil
grocers and nrst-class restaurants.
HI s GP" Am.orlc.ui
$2.60 to $4.00
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
More Active Traders Generally Ex-,
hibiting Increased Strength.
Tho day on tho mining exchange closed
on the sale of 17,210 shares of stock for
$4600.25. and with tho traders as a rule
quite firm. Con. Mcrcur, which ia navvlng
a good deal of wood while doing very llt
llo talking down at tho mines and mill,
sold up to 22 cents, and closed with 55
asked, while -Daly West was eagerly
sought around $14.15, with Daly recording
a Alnglo transfer at $2.3. OarlBa, from
which 5 per cent copper ore will begin
pouring In considerable quantity next
month, advanced to 10 cents and then
knocked off a fraction for tho accommo
dation of an old austomer. while May Day
continued Its gains and touched Si cents,
with Uncle Sam partaken of quite freely
aYound 20 cents. Victoria of Tlntlc re
corded the sale of a small bunch at $1.
while $4 was bid for Ontario and J3.S5 for
Grand Central, with Tetro selling down
to 24 cents, the day closing on tho fol
I A. M. P. M.
1 Bld7lAHked. Bid. Aak(.d.
AJax S $ .1214 ? .OS S
Allco bO .30
Boston C. .. COO C.25
Bul.-Bcck ... 1.70 1.70
Beck Tun ... . .20 .Oulfe '
Butler-Lib .. .09& .00 .0911 .09?!
Carlsa 00H .10
Century 37 .37 ,2Si
Crcolo t3S 35
C. Morcur .. .31 A. .304 -3o
Daly 2.15 2.52. 2.12V4 2.20
Daly-Judge . 4.35 4.50 4.35 4.50
Daly West.. 14.00 14.25 14.00 14.25
E. & B. Bi.. .50 CO ,50
G. Central .. 3.SS 4.10 3.M 4.10
Goldfleld B .01 .10 .04 .OS
Horn Silver . l1.20 1.23
Ingot 00-)i W5i
Jim Butler .. .50 .SO
Joe Bowers . -00Vi .01 .00 1-1C
Llttlo Bell 20
Little Chief . .01 .01 .01 .0lj,
L. Mammoth 17 .07 .20
Mont -Ton .. 1.S5 1.95 LSI l.SG
Mammoth .. 1.15 1.15 1.60
May Day...-, .07; .03 .0S?1
Mar. Waah . .0OV4 00U
MacNamara .33 .40 . 33 .42
New York ., .02 .03 .024 .03U
Ontario .. .. 4.00 4.60 3.75 1.60
Rlch.-Ana. .. .01 ........ .01
Swansea 45 .20 .45
S. Swansea 07.i .03 .07
Sacramento . .14 .14 .144 .14
Sil. King 51.00 49.00 63.00
Star Con 15 .1S-V4 ,14
Tetro 23 ,2C?i .24 .24
Tonopah .... 7.75 S.25 7.67 8.20
Ton. Bel 55 .04 . 54 . 62
Ton. Ex .... 1.25 1.75 1 25 1.50
Ton. Mid 35 . 50 . 35 . 46
U S 20.37 21.50 20-62 21.50
Undo Sam .. .19?i .20 ,194 .19Vi
Utah I .45 I .35 . 47
Victor 01 I .02 I -01 .02
Victoria .. ..I 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.25
Ynnkco Con. I I .341 35
Con. Mcrcur. S00 at 32c.
Daly West. 10 at $14.25.
Mav Day, 1000 at 7c.
Rutlcr-Llberal. 1000 at 3ic
Shares nold. 2S10.
Selling value, $571.
Carlea. 20Q0 at 9c; 100 at 10c.
Butlcr-Llbcral. 1003 at 9c( Bellcr thirty
Daly, 200 at 52.25.
May Day. 1000 at Sc; 1000 at Stfc .
Shares sold. 5300.
Selling value, $015.
Uncle Sam, 1000 at 20c; 200 at 20Vic; 5C0
Tetro. 500 at 25c; 00 at 24tfc; 500 atlftc.
Shares sold, 3200. " ' -V -
Selling value. $720.50. ,
Cnrlsa. 2000 at 9ie.
Daly West. 100 at $14.15.
May Day. 1000 at S?ic
Tetro. 900 at 2ic.
Undo Sam, 200 at 19c; 1E00 at 19ic
Victoria. 200 at $1.
Shares sold. 6900.
Selling value, $2453.75.
Ores and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the day's .
settlements amounted to $112,0)0. McCor
nlck & Co. reporting them as they fol
low: American bullion, $49,500; gold, sil
ver, lead and copper orea, $02,200.
In the metal market silver ruled at 5S
cents an ounce, lead at S3.50tT4.24 per hun
dred pounds, and casting copper at 12
cents a pound.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. The offi
cial cloning quotations foi' mining stocks
todav wcro as follows:
Andes $ 20 Justlco $ .08
Belcher 32 Mexican 1.10
B. & B 115 Occl. Con .73
Bullion 24 Ophlr 2.35
Caledonia. C2 Overman 19
Chal. Con. 20 Potosl , IS
Chollar 19 Savage .21
Confidence ... .90 Seg. Bolcbcr ... .11
C. C. & Vn 1.25 Sler. Nev 35
Cr. Point 14 SIlv. 31111 IS
"Exchequer 32 Union Con 45
G. & Gurrlc 24 Utah Con 12
Hale & Nor ... 01 Ycl. Jacket 24
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con 5 -20 Lit. Chief $ .05
Alice 33 Ontario 3.50
Breeco 1G Ophlr 2.20
Brims. Con OS Phoenix 15
Coins. Tun. .... .10 Potosl 1C
C C. Sc. Va. ... 1.03 Savago 27
Horn Silver ... 1.55 Sler. Nov. .28
Iron Silver 1 fJQ Sin. Hopes 25
Leadv. Con. .... .02 Standard 1.90
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure . .$3.50 Mohawk . ... $40.00
Allouez 15,00 M. C. & C... 5.00
Amal 68.00 Old Dom 17,37
Am. Zinc .... 11.87 Osceola 80.50 "
Atlantic 13.00 Parrot 13.50
Bingham . ... 26.50 Qulncy 90.25
C & H, $o20.00ff525.00 Shannon . ... 4.00
Centennial . . 27.00 Tamarack . 115.00
Cop. Range .. 57 00 Trinity 8.12
Daly West .. 14.00 U. S. Mng, ... 20.75 "
Dom. Coal ... 67.00 U. S. Oil 11.00
Franklin .. 8.00 Utah 40.62
Granby 3.00 Victoria . .... 4.00
Isle Royalc . 22.12 Winona 9.00
Mass Mng. .. 4.50 Wolvcrlno , . 8S.00
Michigan . 6.25
Boston Market Active.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. Sept. 27. This has
been another good day for the copper
shares and prices are on a still better
level than last night's closing. Advcnturo,
Allouez, Calumet. Isle Rovale. Osceola,
Old Dominion, Shannon, Trinity, U. B.
Mining and Utah all lljrurlng in tho activ
ity, There waa a certain amount of man
ipulation to be seen In some quarters, hut
there was a much better public Interest
than has been seen for some days. Com
mission houses were acllvo on both sides
of tho. market, whllo traders who wore
buyers In tho early part of the day were
Inclined to take profits before, Ihe doling.
Tho mnrkct, however, closed strong.
Hornblowcr & Weeks, brokers, 53 State
ntrest. Boston, and 10 Wall street, New
York, furnish tho following quotations:
Sales. High. Low. Close,
Amalgd .. ..2.00S $5S.37 $58.12 $
gingham .... 202 26.75 2q,60
aly West ... 65 14.50 f
Mcrcur 30 .30
Utah .... ,...1.100 41.12 40.C0 40,12
U. S 2,060 21.00 20.25 20.S7 -
Curb-Boston, $6 62.
Central Coal and Coke Company,
Sole retallera Rock Springs "Peacock"
coal; lump, nul, slack. Offices, 142 Main
street (temporary), 'Phone 818. 66 West
2nd South. 'Phone 808, Yard, Cth South
and 3rd West,
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford. Parker,
CHICAGO Auditorium, Groat orth
ern. Palmer House.
DENVER Drown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES The Angcluo. B. F.
Gnidnor. 305 Spring- street,
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Astor Houno.
OMAHA Tho Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
BAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Ralolgh.
The Cupper Bell
to Mmi Sails
New Producors at Bingham Demand
on Outlet Over Its Lino for
That tho steel of the Copper Belt rail
way will be extended to at least two
more of Bingham's producers In a. short :
time la not at all unlikely, eaid Manager j
William Bayley on his return from that j
camp yesterday, and while he io not
ready to release tho names of his new
patrons they are, perhaps, none othor
than the' Utah-Apex, the Bingham &
New Haven. The latter has long had
under consideration the conotructlon of
a tramwy, over which to forward
Its output to a connection with the
Tampa branch on the Copper Belt, an
undertaking that Implied an outlay of
a good many thousands of dollars. Re
cently It waa suggested that an exten
sion of the Copper Bolt's rails might
be tho moro economic method, and to
ascertain what revenues there were to
justify such an extension Manager
Bayley has been visiting the properties
of tho mining company. At what con
clusion, If any, he has arrived, has not
been divulged. It is said of the mine
that It has considerable ore exposed,
and that with It Treasurer Farnum of
New Haven, who Is now visiting there,
is much pleased, At all events sixty
tons are coming from It daily to the
The Utah-Apex promises to become a
mo9t liberal patron of the line. Its ore
bodies having steadily Increased, while
the new tunnel, which will undermine
the zone for 3000 feet, affords tho best
evidence of a management's knowledge
of the permanency of Its resources.
With the new customers the earnings
of the line will be materially in
creased, although Manager Bayley ex
pects to be required to movc-20,000 tons
for the Utah Copper company alone in
STIR IN OIL FIELD.
New Interest Aroused by Story of
G. & G. Payments.
That the local representative of the
Messrs. Guffey & Galey Is shelling
out another piece of hold-money
where It Is necessary to perpetuate their
leases within the oil-bearing zone. Is
a story that was freely exploited during
the day, and whatever its merits the
street was visibly agitated, intcresti? in
the region not a little excited. According
to the story small payments wore mnde
through a local banking house to a
number from whom the firm has ob
tained options, and if this is not conclu
sive evidence, urges the talent, that
Superintendent Rumbaugh has found
the condition for which he has been
boring for months, and If he has not
he knows of Its presence there. The
story originated with one who has been
most active in the field, and while the
reported payments for renewals need
not necessarily signify that oil has been
found, they have unJused an Inference
that will not down.
The Properties on Godiva Mountain
Doing Much, Business.
The mines around Fureka have rare
ly appeared lo bettter advantage, said
Frank D. Kimball, cashier of McCor
nick & Co.'s branch in that Tlntlc
camp, yesterday. Of the properties
on Godiva mountain the visitor Is quite
positive they have, as a whole, never
looked as well since his assignment to
that arena. To those that have been
operating continuously has been added
the Godlvn, which waa permitted to
languish for several years, the output
of ore from this source now constituting
no small unit In the output of the hill.
The Uncle Sam's physical condition has
materially improved during the past few
months, aa has the Yankee Con., while
Mr. Kimball says the May Day, accord
ing to all reports, has added not a little
lo Its resources. The "leaser" Is help
ing out In that locality, as Is he In some
of the older mines, and the last quarter
of the year should show a very heavy
tonnage. Mr. Kimball leaves for camp
again this morning.
UTAH IS THERE.
Salt Lake Talent Making an. Exami
nation of Nevada Discovery.
Bullfrog, the euphoneous name of
another new camp out of Tonopah, Is
now exciting much attention, says the
Bonanza, Saft Lake parlies who have
the original locations under option are
now muklng an examination, and It Is
positively stated that should they not
purchase them, other people are willing
to pay the first deposit of $10,000 Im
mediately. Reassuring reports continue to be
received from the new district as to
fresh discoveries outside of the orig
inal locations. Ford and partners
have a group two miles from Shorty
Harris's locations which- give surface
values of four ounces In gold and forty
ounces silver to the, ton. Dr. L. E.
Benson nnd II. H. Clark, who have
located the townslte, have named It
Amargosa, and have already sold
thirty lots and leave this week with a
load of supplies, tents, etc. A general
store and a saloon is to be opened at
once by Hank Knight, and other build
ings are contemplated.
Miss Rossburg's kindergarten opens
September IB In Unity hall, 140 Sec
ond East. "
1 Feel of Ire
in Ik 1 1 1 lines
Col. Ellis Exultant Over tho Big Dis
closure In Properties He Hns
The management of tho E. & F.
gr,oup of mines out of Ploohe, Nev., Is
on the tracks of the San Pedro railway
with another consignment of high-grade
I copper ore running well up in silver,
with some lead and gold, said Col. A.
C. Ellis yesterday, and under a contract
with the United States smelter the out
put will bo forwarded as teams with
which to move It between camp and
Callcnte may be procured. The Colonel,
who has contributed so freely to the de
velopment of the property, believing
that within It were channels of great
wealth, says he has no doubt what
ever now of Its future. In the lower
tunnel, by which the ledge has been
tapped at a depth of 400 feet from the
surface, is, he eays, exposed from six
to nine feet of oro of commercial
quality, and that It continues to tho
graES roots above he Is quite confident.
It Is now the Intention of tho manage
ment, however, to open up the ledge on
Its strike, the proceeds of this work to
be sent to this market as rapidly as the
means of transportation shall permit.
Individually Col. Ellis has levied on his
purse for nearly 510.000, with which to
develop the mine, and that the reim
bursement of himself and Ed F
Freudenthal has begun his friends and
mining circles generally will rejoice.
The property, while a youngster,
promises to become a big one, and to
repeat the story of not a few In that
neck of the woods with which the old
timer Is familiar.
RICH STRIKE IN SILVER.
Sixteenth-Inch Vein of Native Ore at
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov., Sept. 27. Another
rich strike has been made this week In
tho Chief district by J. B. Miner and
Phil Bliss in the Texas claim, one of
the April Fool group, twenty-two miles
from Callente. The main shaft is sunk
140 feet on a slxtcen-Inch vein of high
grade native silver mixed with ruby,
and at a depth of 135 feet a five-foot
body of 1000-ounce manganese was en
countered and has been cross-cut and
drifted on for ten feet northerly and
twelve feet southerly from the shaft.
Nearly 200 tons of ore are on the dump,
averaging 2C0 ounces silver, and this
strike will add many tons of rich ore
to the dumps. A five-mile wagon road
Is being made to tho country road, and
as soon as completed a trial shipment
of ore will be made to Salt Lake for
A number of Salt Lake and Ogden
capitalists are securing interests in
mining properties along the line of the
Snn Pedro road, particularly near Los
Vegas and Goode Springs.
Joe Byron and Lew Harrison, own
ers of the Copper King group of mines
on the west of Moapa, report having
struck a three-foot ledge of tetrahedrlte,
or gray copper, carrying values of IS
per cent copper and 126 ounces silver
ner ton. They started a tunnel on a
streak of quartz showing bornlte and
pyrites which pinched when In forty
eight feet; they decided to go on twelve
feet further before abandoning the
tunnel, and the second round of shots
opened up the blind lead, which prom
ises to become one of the richest yet
struck In the district.
Tho wife of Hans Olson, a leading
business man here and part owner of
the Japan lode, located at Caliente, pre
sented him with a eight and one-half
pound "nugget" which Is a minature
facsimile of the happy papa,
The first number of the "Callente
Progress," a newspaper devoted to the
Interests and growth of Callente and
Lincoln county, will make Its appear
ance this week.
Uncle Sam Mining Company's Loss
Won-'t Come Up to Estimates.
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Sept. 27. The rebuilding
of the Uncle Sam shafthouse which
was destroyed by fire last Saturday Is
now in progress and Superintendent C.
C. Griggs announces that the hoisting
plant will be ready for use Inside the
next thirty days. The boilers were
found to be In good condition and the
engine also passed through the fire In
good shape, but will have to be refitted
with various fixtures before It can be
used again. Since It was learned that
the machinery would not have to be re
placed the company's loss will not be
nearly as heavy as was estimated on
the day of the fire, Tho timbers in
the shaft were only burned down about
thirty or forty feet, and while the new
plant Is going up the company .will do
considerable work on tho tunnel level,
taking out some of the ore necessary
to run the mill. The most sanguine of
the stockholders say that the fire will
rot Interfere with the regular monthly
dividends, as the treasury Is now in fine
condition. Then the mill la adding a
nice sum of money to the company's
stocking, to say nothing of revenue
derived from the four sets of leasers
In the Humbug ground.
Engineer for tho Ontario to Submit
Data at Early Day.
Prof. O. A. Palmer, long the chief en
gineer for the Ontario Mining company,
said yesterday there would be no delay
In advancing the tunnel into Daly West
ground, and to that end he will leave
for camp with its log the present weeek.
Before the work can be Intelligently re
sumed he has not a little data to sub
mit ten. Manager Rood, and with this be
fore him the forces will be organized
and active work Inaugurated. The task,
wild Prof. Palmer, will not be a difficult
one, and good progress should be made
once It Is begun. " 1
"5 ralhcr like to meet
this fellow," said
Golden Gate, "It's so
asy to make him see
stars and planets, too."
Nothing Joan wllh GOLDEN GATE
COFFEE but sQtiafuction. No
prizes no coupons no crocliory.
1 and 2 lb. nromn-f liiht tins.
Never aold In bulli.
J. A. Folder W Co.
EatCkbliahod 2-xolf a. Contary
A single time Ib all we aaHc. 2tsro 1b
no better beer brewed than
THE BEER YOU'LL LIKE
It Is Invigorating and healthful as a
tonic None better for a beverage.
That's why our sales Increase so enor
moucly each year. Quals or pints In
Adam Snyder, Agt., 276 S. Mftin Bt.
Fred Krug Brewing 2o.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
OCoJophone 1061 T. SALT TiATTB.
Hello 541 $
Z JUST A MOMENT. REGISTER.
o Is this Hills? Yes ?
Send me something to stop this
q cough. Heard you make a prepara- J
3- tlon that takes effect from the first a
dose. Wo do. It's our COMPOUND T
SYRUP OF TAR AND HORE- g
HOUND and WILD CHERRY, tho
greatest combination over put In a
bottle to stop a COUGH and euro -
a COLD. You will sec on each hot- 9
tie that wo guarantee tho contentn -
will do Just what we claim for It or
V your money Is refunded Good-slzo t
x bottle for 25 cents; a larger one In 3
5 proportion for double the prlco. T
Prepared only by
! DRUG. COMPANY
$ CORNER OPP. POSTOFFICE. Q
Q Don t forgot our Pure Food Pow- X
Copper and Lead.
Tho Engineering and Mining Journal of
Now York, commenting on tho metal mar
ket, says: In copper tho situation Is good,
and although current demand Is qulot
prices are firmer Anticipation of a fur
ther Improvement In consumption has
started an advaneo In futures. Exports
continue good, and the trade with Great
Britain, Germany and France Is consid
erably larger than last year. Russia also
has been a better buyer.
Lead oro Is In moderate request at un
changed prices. In tho foreign market
tho situation Is Btrong.
Tho sllvor market has Improved this
week ovlng to short supplies In London,
and closes steady, but demand from East
Is uncertain The United States assay
office In New York reports receipts of 0,
000 oz. of silver for tho week.
Wlllard F. Snyder and S M. Levy came
In from tho Annlo Laurlo mines and mill
at KImbcrly last night after making an
examination of the now ore bodies and
sampling the bullion.
A Boston correspondent, commenting on
the list from Utah in that market, says:
"Utah Consolidated has been persistently
pressed for sale and is off ?2.75 for tho
vock to $30. No particular explanation Is
given except that a bear crowd Is work
ing In tho stock "
Messrs. J. C. Thompson and E. L.
Sheets will leave for Goldileld, Nov.. next
weok to Inquire Into Inducements hold out
by that region of extraordinary wealth.
Cashier Wcllor of tho Utah mine. Deep
Creek, reports tho arrival of another lot
of sllvor and lead ore at tho sampler.
Capt, O. A. Tlbbets, the mining onglnecr
and metallurgist, Is packing up to pros
pect the Tonopah-Goldflcld region, and to
do It exhaustively and Intelligently will
take with him a completo outfit for as
saying, Instruments with which to sur
vov. Laughing Water nor Laughing Stock,
In resenting what local Interests may as
sume concerning the resources of Victoria,
of Tlntlc, wore Justified In terms so con
temptuous. It Is extremely doubtful
If tho lattor. unaccompanied, could find
his way to the mine.
Hon. Charles C. Parsons, president of
tho Rcvcnuu Mining company of Norrls,
Mont., and counsel for the Newhouse
companies, has gone to Donver.
The management of the Tampa smelter
In Bingham canyon had another lot of
matto on yesterday's market.
Director E. E. Abercromblo of tho Bos
ton Consolidated came In from Boston
Monday night and boarded tho train for
Bingham yesterday morning, accompanied
by Manager Johnson.
John C Sullivan, tho stalwart manager
of the Raymond-Illinois of Tlndc. left
for camp again last night. No attempt
will bo made to resume operations, said
he, until tbo minority's protest against
consolidation has been passed upon by tho
President John Dern of the Uncle Sam
Consolidated has gone to the Tlntlc prop
erty again to direct the rebuilding of the
ahafthouso and rehabilitation of tho ma
chln.ci " " ' t
EROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk cr ronnocUvo
Blgnero for iurthor iniormatlon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division. In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of Sophia Anderson, deceased.
Tho petition of Sherman Anderson, ad
ministrator of tho CHtat'j of Sophia An
derson, deceased, praying for an order
of oalo of real properly of oald deceased,
and that all persons Interested appear
before Iho said court to show cause why
an aider should not bo granted to soil
so much as shall be necessary of tho fol
lowing described real estate of said de
ceased, towlt: An undivided one-half in
terest In lot S, block 10. Ilvc-acro plat
"A," Big Field survey Salt Lako coun
ty, Utah, has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho 7th day of Octobor, A. D.
1901. at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county
courthouse, in tho courtroom of said
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 26th day of
Soptcmbor, A. D. 1001". JOHN JAMES.
By Helena A. Mcintosh, Doputy Clork
N. J. Sheckell, Attorney for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato Division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
esuto of Isaac M, Perkins, deceased.
Tho potltlon Of Ann C. Perkins, praying
for tho lasunnco to herself of letters of
administration In tho estate of Isaac M
Perkins, deceased, has been set for hear
ing on Friday, tho Hth day of Octobor,
A. D. lOiM, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
county courthouse, In the courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako
WltncsB tho Clerk of nald court, with
tho seal thereof arflxed, this 27th day of
September, A. D. 1DOI.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By Helena A. Mcintosh, Doputy Clerk.
Thomas Adams, Attorney. n2473
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estato of Henry Stratford, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with vouch
ers to the undersigned at office of M. M.
Kalghn, No. 70 W. 2d So St.. Salt Lake
City, on or beforo tho 22d day of January,
A. D. 1903
Executrix of Will ' of Henry Stratford,
Date of first publication, September 1.
A D. 1901.
M. M. Kalghn, Attorney for Estate.
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN
. RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tho annual mOetinfc- of tho stockhold
ers of the Rio Graodo Wcstorn Railway
company will bo held at the principal
ofllce of tho company In Salt Lako City,
Utah, on Monday, Oatober 21, ISO I, at 12
o'clock noon, for the election of members
of tho board of directors of tho cor. many
and tho transaction of such uhv busi
ness as may be brought before t's meet
ing. Tho books for the transfer of stock will
bo clobod nt s o'clock p. m, on October
3rd. 190-1, and will bo opened on tho day
following said meeting or the final ad
STEPHEN LITTLE, Secretary
September 21st, 1901. al7&3
WE ARE 1X2 j
AND KNOW IT. '
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If our made-to-measure '
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SUITS-51G.50 to 20; worth up to (
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to $10. I
All suits mado by us kept In re-
pair FREE of charge for one year.
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159 South Maln'st., 2nd floor. 1
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PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO.
54 W. 2nd South. 'Phones 75S.
of Utah Department l T"
ter of the estato of Charles w 1
deceased, notice '"lc3
The petition of Martha J tv,, itlf
ing for tl,e admission to JKft 1
certain document purporting
last will and testament ofCCh
Watson, deceased, and for vTha
of letters testamentary t0! iil
Watson, has been set for hrariSL' M
day, the 7th day of OctobeT'MI'
at 10 0 clock a. ni. at tho comhdf
house, in the courtroom o?SM"f
In Salt Lako City, Salt lv-J
Utah. 1 ke if
Witness the Clerk of said rv.VI
tho seal thereof affixed lt thW
of September, A. D. 1904
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES Ml'
David B. Davk-a, DeDU't5
Bradley & Plsehei, Attorney&Jr
NOTICE OP ASSESsSai
Uannapah Mining tr.d SmelilCf!
puny. Principal place or bualnWu
Lako City. Utah. ousin
Notice Is hereby given that nfKi
lng of tho board of directors of tfl
napah Mining and SnifcUinz 4 im,
held at tho office of the comMiS-1
Gth day of September. A. D iffilSl
mont of one-half OA) cent WtSTk
levied on the capital stock or thiff'1
otlon lssuod and outstanding M-EMk
mediately lo W, E. Block,
tho company at his office. (Al lMr
Sail Lake City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this tM
may remain unpaid on the 11th
lobor. 10W. will bo dollnquent ,SB
Used for sajo at public auction imH
payment Is mado beforo wlll'biSE
the 27th day of October? 1501 fMt
dellnriuont assessment, together Xr
cost of advertising and oxpensaiBt
oC9S W. E BLOCKJg
NOTICE TO WATER ugj
Stuto Engineer's office, Salt L
Utah. Aug 31, 19SL
Notlco is hereby given thatJ
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel a
by H. G. McMillan. Its aesretar?
postofflco address is Salt Lake ryf,
has made application, In accordai
tho requirements of chapter 1
Sosslon Laws of Utah. IMJ, to add
sixteen and seven-tenths .
feet of the water flowing in b
tonwood creek. In Salt Lake count
to be diverted by means of a dltd
and pipe at a point on eaid crei
which tho quarter-section corner
ooutheaat corner of the south
ter of section 26, township 2 souti
3 east, Salt Lake base and merldlj,
north 35 degrees 15 minutes eat"
distant; also from a spring bran
point from where eaid quartet
corner bears north 15 decrees"
feet distant c'nc Intsntlcs 'nsj
the vater of cald spring branch i
creek at the point of diversion fin
described), from where the com
water will be conveyed through"
llumo and pipe for a distance 0
2SO0 feet, and there be used fro
uary 1st to December 31st of eai
for developing power to propel rain
milling machinery at the Old Kv
mill site. In tho nouthwest qua
said section 28. After having "b
diverted and used tho water -win
turned to the natural channel '
Cottonwood creek at a point froa
tho southeast comer of said tt
bears souiii 43 decrees 30 mlnuf
23S0 feet dlutant
All protests against the granting
application, ettlng the reasons tl
must be mado by affidavit and i
this office after thirty (30) days 1
foro sixty (60) dajs from the dnl
of. A. F. DOREJI
First publication. Aug 31; lost,'
NOTICE TO WATER TJSB1
Slato Engineer's Office. Salt La
Utah, Sept 2, 1S04. Tf
Notice Is hereby given that Ja
Chambers, whoso postofflce addrw
Broadway, New York city. N. 1
made application In accordance W
requirements of chapter ICO of the,!
Laws of Utah, 1W3, to approprlatoil
second feet of tho water flowing Iti
Cottonwood creek In Salt Lake-!
Utah, to bo diverted by means ofi
and pipe at a point on U10 South,
eaid Llttlo Cottonwood creek abo
mllc3 south of Its Junction with tfi
stream, from whero the water will
vcyed through a pine for a dish
about 10,000 feet, and there be usi
January 1st to December 31st, Im
of each year for developing po
electric lighting and for propellli
chlnerv at mines, smelters and p
plants" In Salt Lake valley. After;
been so diverted and used tho wal
bo returned to the natural channel
tie Cottonwood crook at the conUi!
cnld South fork stream with said
AH protests against the granting
application, stating tho reasons il
must be made by affidavit and 1
this office after thirty (30) days 1
fore sixtv (00) days from the date h
A.'F. DOREMUS. State Ens
First publication. Sept. 2; last.-
UNION PACIFIC RAILROADMi
Annual Moetfntj. j
Tho annual meeting of the stockm
of Union Pacific Railroad ccmpai
bo held at the office of the co'DbH
Salt Lake City. U1,3"-, 0,1 Tue.M;
bcr 11. 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, for t
tion'of fifteen directors of Jhe c
nnd for tho transaction of sucH
business as may legally come MM.
mThe" books for the transfer cM.
(both common and PrcJc.rd' ,W
closed for tho purposes oMta rof
tho close of business on Wednesday
cist 31. 1904. and will ho reopens,
g-clocic a- m. on 1 Wcdne ;sday. Oct,
ALEX MILLAR. faec!m
Dated August 22. 1001. M
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND
The annual meeting of 'h0
or tho Union Pacific ""gM
bo held at tho office of 1 the
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuwd-m
11. 1&04. at 11 o'clock a. "Jftr.iS".,M"
or six dlrecto s of tho companft
the transaction of such other Vjm
Dated August 31. 10OI. jflj
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