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8 THE T SALT LA7CE LA HERALD RAmSDAY > SUNDAY SL JA y J Jy y 10 119o 190 SEynois SLION TWO o
TfNTIC ORES ORESFROM ORESFROM ORESFROM
FROM NEWMINE NEWMINES NEW NEWS MINE
6 6s
S P Company Experimenting ExperimentingWith
With SecondClass Rock RockCON RockCON RockCON11
CON MERCUR DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENTOGDBN
I
OGDBN OH OPBRAIEOBS ACTIVE ACTIVEOK ACTIVEON AcTLV AcTLVON
ON noiura SHOES or LAKE TTATTRManager LAKE1lauager TIA1
4 4Manger
Manager W Vf V J 3 Burnfeam Bvrn lm of ofSouthern the theSouthern fJ1eSoutMna
Southern Pacific companys nrilea ndlesfew I1 a afew aew
few ew mJI I1e B north of Ogden brought broughtdown brou broughtdown t tdown
down MO pounds of mining rock from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the ledges edes the other day had the lots lotscrushed JotscrnbeIl lotscruahe
crushed awd aTh sampled with the idea of ofdetermining ofdetermhdD ofdeterminIng
determining how t te e rock would run runJn runjn runin
Jn quantity q aattty if handled by concentration concentrationThe
The high grade ade of which the velne vel are areproductive areproductive areproductive
productive he e knows will take care careitself re uf ufitself ofitself
itself but to determine what to d dQ dQ1th dowfth j jwith
with 1th the secondclass s is i the problem problemnow
now being solved solvedRegulation solvedRegulation solvedRegUlfttlOfl
Regulation assays were obtained o talned yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday a ad ad d later he expects to have a acomplete acomple acompete
complete analysis of the sample con controls controls controlg ¬
trols After that it will not be hart hartto banto hardtn
to determine chtermlnew1tether whether the t ore can be beshipped beshipped beshipped
shipped to the smeHeus just as it is at ata ata I In
a profit or whether it will w l be neces necessary necessary necesnary ¬
sary to first subject it to a dressing dressingprocess dre dressingprocess slng slngprocess
process processThe processThe processThe
The assays obtained yesterday show showthat showthat showthat
that the ore from the upper ledge can canbe canbe canbe
be depended upon to run 25 per cent centcopper centcopper centcopper
copper 2 U ounces silver UO gold and andi4 andg4
i4 per cent iron From the middle middleledge middleledge middlelodge
ledge fifty feet or so farther down the theMil thebU1 thebill
Mil the second e class ss ore runs 33 per percent perQat peroent
cent copper 12 L ounces ounces silver 249 t4 4 in ingeld ingeld ingold
geld and SJ per cent iron The ore orefrom orefNm orefrom
from the lower vein 1W feet below the theupper tileupper theupper
upper one on gave returns of 47 per cent centcopper centOlJper centS centScopper
copper < LI ounces silver anud anu Sf S cents centsin centslit I Ijng
in jng gold goldThe goldThe ld
The lower vein Mr r Burnham says sayshas sayshas I
has been opened to a depth of sixty sixtylour stxtyto sixtyfour
lour to r feet in a shaft s ft the bottom bott m of which whichcarrise whichcarrise j jrrlse
carrise rrlse three feet of ore that will run runfrom runfrom runfrom
from 12 to 36 O per cent copper in addi addition addlden addilion ¬
den to the gold and silver value The Thevein Thevein Thevein
vein varies in thickness from four to tonine tol tonine tonine
l nine feet feetFsom feetFJom feetFZom
Fsom the middle rnidd vein he yesterday yesterdayexhibited yesterdayehJblted I
exhibited a sample of cnafeopyrite that thatwould thatwoul I IwouTffeaslly
wouTffeaslly would woul easily carry 12 1 p r cent copper copperand copperend i iand
and stated that in the vein v ln which was wasopened wasQpened wasopened
opened only a week or ten days ago agowas agoteen agowas
was sixteen teen inches inc es of that character characterat I Iofrock
at ofrock ofrockManager rock rockManager
Manager C w Whitley ltley of the Amer Amerfoan Amer1Citn Anieran
1Citn foan an Smelting company has shown shownmuch shownnuch shown3nuch
much Interest Inter t in Mr Cr Burnhams prop proposition proposltfOft proposftloo ¬
osition and nd it is possible that in the thenear thenear I
near future some arrangement for the thehandling thehtndling 1 1andUng
handling of the ore from the property propertywill propertywill propertyniH
will be made madewlth with the American com company comJNtBy cornPRM ¬
pany
PBOM FR M THE ns CON MERCTTB MERCTTBManager ME1tCUItManager BCuB BCuBanager
Manager anager Dern Reports New Ore Bod Bodies Eodioo Bodies
ies in Mine MineManager NineManager Min MinJfanager
Manager George H Dern of the Con Consolidated ConIIOHdated ConsoHdated ¬
solidated Mercur who is now spend spending spendIllig spendhs ¬
ing hs practically all of his time at themines Thenines the themines
mines and mill of the company was wasIn W8Stft
< In 1 from camp yesterday He stated statedthat s1tedthat statedthat
that his company had made some mon money money money ¬
ey during durln the t e month of June and he hefelt he1ieJt hefelt
felt perfectly safe in saying that it itwould ItWOuld Itwiuid
would do considerably better in July Julyand Julyi Julyaieil
i and for the balance of the year for that thatmatter thatitter
ti matter tter The holiday hoUd y had broken into intotie intotte Intotie 1
tie tie output for this month a little as asit asit asIt
it was only possible pos ible to get about tOt 406tans 4O 4Ot I It
tans t of 0 ore perday through the mill millThe millTI I
The TI average an amount ount treated however howevernow boweverfia
fia I now II W exceeding exceedl M6 tons and Mr MriDerji Mreri
iDerji eri anticipates no JI trouble in keeping keepingit
it up Good ore re is coming from the theGolden t t0ehH0n thec
Golden Gate at mine and within the past pastfew pastw pastfew
c
few w days aYs new bodies have been tapped tappedin
in the oM oJ Mercur MercurI
MJ I cannot say that this means means a new newstrike De DestrI1te newstrike
strike said Mr Dern It Is j simply simplyan
an n opening in o of new ore bodies farther fartherateajr f fartheralong rtlter rtlteralGaI
along m the ledge Jed < < e already explored It ItIB Itopenin Itopening
IB opening < < out ou good and strong stron how howetcr however
ever and everything now goes to show showthat skowtIMIt showthat
that the new ground ouncl will be b very very4ieUve pr prfljirttrr ptf
fljirttrr ve Another good feature of our ourorations ourODII ouroperations I
operations orations ODII Is the factthat in the mUfr mUfrg mliihg
hg l g we have been able to reduce the thetoss t tJoes th thloss
toss in tailings to less than 1 L awl awltftat a atlNLt anIthat
that means considerable on SW I9 tone of ofare ore ofOre
are e per day dayMr dayMr ay ayMr
Mr Dern ateo a o said that the repairs repairsto
to the Manning mill were w rf practically practicallycompleted practlnUrcpleted practicallycupIeted
completed and an < < tomorrow or Tuesday Tuesdaythe
the plant will be placed In ommisslon commissionher ommisslonliT
her A j H Brown and W T Janney JanneyHie Janneyleue Janneytile
tile lessees leue With the changes and andrepairs andrrs
repairs rrs 1 rs that have aVE been made n in the thejriaat tbeQl thep4aa
jriaat Ql it is emulated uJated that th t at t least MM MMtons 400mn
tons mn 1111 of tailings talli s per Per day can be han hanAed hnand bandled
Aed and the oompanyK royalties will willJUneoflt wlHeMt willaioDnt
JUneoflt eMt to a snug sum per month Al Altpsetiter All Alippetr
tpsetiter l er Mr Dern says sa ys the out1o outlook outlookfor k kUHt ktr
for the last half of the year ye r is most mostencouraging JftOtItHe mostiicsurafng
encouraging He will IU return to camp campagain aunpt aunpOIL campatinin
again today todayGEL t tda tdaOIL S
OIL AND ANDASPEALT5 ANDASPEALT5Development ASPHALT ASPHALTDevelopment ASFHALTDeve10pment
Development and andExperimental Experimental WorkJof Workof Work Workof
Jof of Utah Company Compa > > y on Lake Shore ShoreSpecial Shorepeclal 1 1pedal
Special to The Herald HeraldOgden HeraldOIdeQ HeraldOgdei
Ogden July 9 LThomas Thomas E Black BIa k M MJ JIT MS
S J West and two or three other men menrepresenting menn menrepresenIin
representing n D8 the Utah Uta Oil Liquid As Asptoalt Asalt AspIaa1t
ptoalt alt company have gone to the com companys comp cornpnys ¬
panys p aTs property on the north shore of ofefertttira ofthe i itte
the Great Salt JaJre and are at work worketectInI workertM
for the development developmentff deve nt
efertttira etectInI ertM a plant 1 1uf
uf u ff then asphalt a pIIaIt and oil properties This Thistee Thisthe I Itile
tee coMMUiy JMUlY that has made the loca locations 1ocauc locs1101w ¬
tions uc on the th flsmtres through which whichthere wfilehtIrere whichtheie
there to i a continual ooze of liquid as asnMt MJtIiah ashey
nMt nMtTfeey JtIiahTIaq
Tfeey hey are now putting down casings casingsto C4Udngstap
to tap the main body bodyoC of the stuff and andare andue andare
are atao a running runningof atflctmpipes pipesakJngslt1e pipesakJngslt1er alongside alongsideof
of r them with the idea that by forcing forcingot forclnJIIat
JIIat ot steam down cIo into the mass it may maybe mayde maybe
be made de soft ott enough eD4Mllhto to flow through throughtke throu throughb h hotller
b the other pipe without pumping pumpingXvea pumpingMven MlmplngBYen
Xvea in its lt nearly y solid form It is be beiil bee8IIItantl7 betag
iil tag constantly forcedup from the low lower 10 10Qr11epdus lowt ¬
t er Qr11epdus depths It flows much more in Inmer sum summer summer ¬
mer than in winter winterSeveral wintereTenal winterSeveral
Several eTenal barrels of the staff st lf < < have al already J 1S JrNdY ¬
S ready been shipped into Ogden and are aret azetJ aebe
t tJ be tried triedu as an experiment on on8IJte on8IJtethe some someof Seineof
S of the paving pa work of the city In I Its Itscrude 1tecrude 1wcrude
crude state It has to be subjected subl cted to toeoraMeraMe teJteatln tor
r eoraMeraMe beat Jteatln in order to rid the theasphalt thephalt thephIt
asphalt phalt of of otthe the excess of oil o and and1It fit it fo foJMvtaK f fJiavi1ls foS foevIug
S JMvtaK purpose purposeThe pulJ purpomsThe O eS eSThe
The ol of the th district is attracting attractingfiucn attractingiUJch attractingnch
iUJch fiucn nch attention from oil experts e > perts and it itto Ita Itground
to on a ground DcI adjoining this th that a big bigjiK bt btjilt bigI
jilt I te being erected by the capitalists capitalistsTkbo eapttall ts tsbo
1 Tkbo bo control the Glenns Falls Isaac Insurance Imnarnce IsaacAnee ¬
ance nce company companyi COIapaDyT1Ie COIflpS57The
i The theory theor of the oil people is that thatthe tlaattbe thatthe
S the asphalt substance te merely tIM tkedregs tIMdrep thedregs
dregs of an immense ott oIIltody oIIltodyu body bodyIT
IT S MINDTa MINI1 G OPERATIONS OPERATIONSCompany OFERATIONSGompany OPFRATIoNSCompany
Company finances and Condition of ofIts ofIts ofS ofBthgham
Its Bingham Mines Hade MadePlai MadePlaiTIle ade Plain PlainThe
S
2 The United States Mining company is isnow isnow isnow
now entirely free from floating debt debtthe deBtthe debtthe
the management having paid off 4t 4tM9 4 4WG 4WGNO C Cof
M9 o of such indebtedness tadebtednesfrom irom the pro proceeds preeeds proof ¬
ceeds < > of S5MMO 6 per cent debenture debenturenotea debenturenote8 debenturenoteS
noteS whJkOi w Wh were sold about a month monthago DIOIIthaso monthS
S ago to the directors and their friends friendsat
at par says the Boston News Bureau BureauAt
At the ti Ullle e of the Isfue of these thesebonds thesebonds thesebonds
bonds it was stated that the proceeds proceedswould proceedswould proceedswould
would be used u e4I for the building of the theproposed tlIepro theproposed
proposed pro lead smelter but later it was wasconsidered WAPconsidered wanconsidered
considered better policy to pay off the theiloatMg the11oatI1Ig theS
S floating debt and uSe use the earnings for forthe fortJie forthe
the load smelter As tbllUlmelter tbJg smeJter MIl MIlnot wjynot w111not
not be completed until December it is isfigured Isfigured isilgured
figured that its cost can be easily set setaside setaside t task
aside ask e out of the earnings which are arenow arenow arenow
now running between 80600 and 100
009 per month To date over ov r 100000 100000has 100oeohas 100000ban
has been expended upon this thl lead leadsmel leadsmelter smel smelter
ter out of earnings earningsAt
At lat weeks metting ol the lirec <
FREIGHTING INTO TONOPAH
A
The picture is a typical one ie perfeitly perfeitlyilluatrating perfedbUlustratinf perfedlyIllustrating
Illustrating the mode of carrying carryingfreight carryingfreight i ifrelgbt
freight from fromSodame Sodaville to Nevadas new newbonanza newbonanza j
bonanza camp a distance of sixty sixtymiles sixtymiles
miles over overdesert desertcountry d t count country Numerous Numerousoutfits N u m ro rous rousoutfits s soutftts
t
outfits of this character have been beenCOlt beenCOlt8nt1y b eneon eneonstastly con constantly ¬
stantly 8nt1y employed in hauling but out ut ore oretors oret oretom
tom t rs of the United States Mining Mb ng com company eomPUl compny
pany PUl when an initial dividend of 50 50cjents iGts 50ceflts
cjents ts per share sharewas was declared declir a balance balancesheet balancesbtoet balancesheet
sheet was presented to the thedlrectors thedlrectorsof directors dIrectorsS dIrectorsSof ass assof
of dateJune 3 31 This his statement showed showedassets showed8Sets showed4saets
assets of l 1186 1186000 lS6 et which Included Includedabout includedbout includedabout
about 14WI 14 shares of the cOmpany companysstock cOmpanystock c rnpany rnpanystock
stock taken at 0 20 per share sharer materials materialsand materiaIsand materialsand
and supplies copper bullionj b bullroiiaiid l1 onai1d and cash cashon cashon cashon
on hand of nearly 200000 etc Againstth Against Againstthose Againstthese
those th e assets a < > sets are are liabilities of 595580 595580which 59500which 9i500which
which includes the 600000 debenture debenturenotes debenturt deienturxotesand95500
notes xotesand95500 t > sand9iiOO and B5 00of of theoldTpercent theoldTpercentbonds the old ipercent ipercentb pcrcentbonds
bonds b nds holders of which refused to turn turnthem turnthem turnthem
them Into the company when the bal balance balance balance ¬
ance of the 520HM OOOO 7 per cent issue was wasretired wasretired wasretired
retired last year A director says saysThe SRSThe saysThe
The management of the th United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Mining company has been very veryconservative yerycoII5eryaUyeand veryconeervative
conservative coII5eryaUyeand anddidnotc4teto au dld dtdnot not Cate careto to de derclare dedare I Iclare
clare dare a dividend until the company was wasfree wasfree j5 j5free
free of floating debt The plan Is to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue to pay small dividends iaud iaudlay and aJadJay andlay
lay up a comfortable surplus for work worklug rorking 7orkIng
ing capital which will not take long longconsidering longconsidering I
considering that the company c is now nowearning no noearning nowearning
earning from 90001 to 1WT000 net per permonth permonth permonth
month We hope to shortly jmprove on onthese onthese onthese
these earnings through an increase l rease in inour inour InOur
our furnace capacity We averaged to torun torun torun
run last month about four and nd onehalf onehalffurnaces onehalffurnaces i ifurnaces
furnaces but Managing DirectorHoi DirectorHoiden Dlre Director t r Hol Holden Holden
den was present at the meeting and re reported reported ¬ I IItOrted
ported affairs at the smelter were were run running runnlng runV runVfling ¬
fling much smoother and he expected expectedto
to run the tb furnaces bn m an g average a etage Offive of offive Offive
five and onehalf furnaces per day for forJuly forJuly i
July and thereafter thereafterWe thereafteruVe thereafterWe
uVe We have been operating on an aver average average average ¬
age of 456 4 to 5 ore from our Bingham Binghammines Binghammines Blaghammines
mines and have h Ye been obliged oQUgedto to do this thisas thisas
as 6 it was necessary to get these ores oresout oresout oresout
out of the way before reachlng our ourricher ourricher ourricher
richer ores We have over IjOOOW tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of ore in our Bingham mines which whichwill whieRwill whichwill
will run an average of 8 per per ton t n in invalue invalu invalue
value and within three or four months monthswe monthswe
we will be able to operate entirely on onthis onthis
this class of ore which will add to our ourearnings ourearnings
earnings from 300090 to 4WOOfl per pecannum perannum penannum J
annum On Oni i Bingham ore we have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been simply getting the full value from fromour fromour
our rich CentennialEureka Cent nntaJEureka product productand productand productand
and making nothing from from Our our ourBIngham ourBInghamores BIngham BInghamores Binghamores
ores but tate thl condition will soon be bechanged beehanged bechanged
changed changedTESTING ehangedTESTING changedTESTING
TESTING PLOW OF WATER WATERWork WATERWork WATERWork
Work on Which DapendsBuilding of ofBoston ofEoston ofBoston
Boston Con Concentrator ConcentratorA
A J 1 Settles JJett1 chief milling miUiu miUiumetaUurgieal and andmetallurgical andmetallurgical
metallurgical engineer on the New Newbou Newhouse C w whouaj
house bou start staft stated yesterday yest rday that thatwires thatwires
wires are now being strung frojn the theUtah theUtah theUtah I
Utah Consolidated Con oUdated companys smelter smelterto
to the Evans E IDS farm recently acquired acquiredANtder acquired4Ultder i iJUtt
ANtder JUtt er bond for the Boston B ston Consolidated Consolidatedcompany ConsolidatedcomPany Consolidatedcompany
company comPany by Samuel Newhpuse and anddurIng nd ndduring ndduring
during the present week weekhe he expects expectS to tohave tohave tohave
have a pumping plant in operation operationThIs operationThls >
j This work said Mr Ir Settled Bett1e is In Incharge Incharge Incharge
charge of a competent electrical electricalengineer electricalengineer electricalengineer
engineer who has been engaged to con conduct oonduet onnduct ¬
duct pumping operations at the springs springson
on the property with the idea Ide of de determining determining determining ¬
termining to a nicety just what flow flowthe fiowthe flowthe
the springs sprln s would carry When that thathas thathas t1hathas
has been learned we can tell just how howmuch howmuch hoivmuch
much ore can be handled withHhe with the na natural I1atural ustural ¬
tural flow of the springs If it does doesnot doest doesnot
not t prove all that we expect expectIt It Is pos possible possible posSIble ¬
sible that some wells will be put down downto downto downto
to determine wlut additional water wobtainable w iBobtainable l lobtainable
obtainable in that way wayAfter wayuAfter wayAfter
After the water question has been beensettled beensettled beensettled
settled we can take up intelligently intelligentlythe intelllge tlY tlYthe
the subject of mill construction par particularly particulart particularly ¬
ticularly ticulart as to its capacity I believe believewe
we shall s alI find water enough an en the farm farmto
j to operate a plant of large capacity ca cajcltyand lclty lcltyand
I and if such proves to be the case the thecompany theconpany thecompany
company will In my opinion decide decideto
to buUd buildMAJESTIC buUdMAJESTIC buudrirATESTIc
MAJESTIC SE tEJ ± ayit J v TALKS TALKSDenies TALKSDenies TALKSDenies
Denies That Se Demanded S1OOO lOOO1t lOOO1tMonth 1OOOa1onth TT TTMonth
Month For His Services ServicesReceiver ServicesReceiver ServicesRece1ver
Receiver R R Tanner of the Ma Majestic Ma Majeglc Majostle ¬
jostle company who 110 was in the city cityyesterday cityyesterday cityyesterday
yesterday emphatically denied that he hefcad beed heLad
Lad ed ever dpanded from W B Muck Mucklow llucklow Mucklow
low and am J Jerome < rome C Smith tOO 10 jpsr jpsrmonth i imonth pr prmonth
month or any other sum for his serv services servlees servlees ¬
lees as receiver of the company companyI
I have never neer discussed dhcu the vale aW of ofmy ofmy ofsly
my services rvf es with the Majestic agents agentsaM agentshe8JMl agentssaid
aM he he8JMl and I have never demanded
1000 per month or any an other sum sumfrom sumfrom sumfrom
from them Mr 11 Mucklow1 1ucklo did ask me mewhat mewbat tuewhat
what I considered my services worth worthand worthand worthand
and I told him that that was a matter matterfor matterfor matterfor
for the court to decide I admit hav having having bayIng ¬
ing told my lawyers what I thought thoughtI t ought oughtI
I should ould have and while I do not want wantto wantto wantto
to say what it was I cantell can tell youhow youhowthat you younowthat now nowthat
that it was not 1000 per month When Whenthe Whenthe Whenthe
the matter comes into court for final finalsettlement finalU1ement finalstt1ement
settlement as it willnecessarily wUl wlllue n esmfrlly ny have haveU haveto
U 16 > do my claim will be presented and andargued anded andmzgued
argued ed and ultimately decided by the thecourt thecoort thecourt
court That is all 11 there Is to that mat matter matter mattee ¬
ter terIt
It has also been stated that I had haddemanded haddemanded haddemanded
demanded the position of superinten superintenddent superintendent superIntendent
dent or manager of the > property as a afurther afurther afurther
further consideration of my services servicesi
i as receiver That Is also absolutely absolutelyuntrue absoluteluntrue absolutelyuntrue
untrue Mr Mucklow was asking asklncbat askIngwhat
1 what bat I would expect in ease it was wasfound w wfound wSfound
found advisable adnsa1 le to continue the t11e re receivership recelvershlp receivership ¬
ceivership for a few months and oper operate operate operate ¬
ate the mines at the same time I sug suggested suggested suggested ¬
gested to him that 4 n such an event It Itwould itwouJd itwould
would be better tter to give me some sort sortof sortof sortof
of a 8 position that it would b be better hotterthan betterthan betterthan
than having me hold the receivership receivershipwith r receivershipwith cehership cehershipwith
with nothing to keep me busy busyOEE busyORE busyORE
ORE AND BULLION BULLIONOpen BULLION BULLIONOpen > > ON ONOpen
Open Market Settlements nts Light LightCopper LightCopper LightCopper
Copper Plants Haking g aEecord aEecordThe 8RecordTb4 aBecordTbq
The holiday closedownar closedownatthe at the mines minesof mineof mtoeof
of the state materially lessened the theamount th thamount tbpamount
amount of shipments and settlements settlementsin
in the open ore and nd bullion market due dueing dU dUIng duetog
ing the week The total for1 forthe the five ttvedays fivedays livedays
days as reported by McCornick Co Cowas Cowas Cowas
was 326809 yesterdays re terdays proportlQn be being beIn belug ¬
lug In 55700 divided as follows Silver Silverlead sn snlead Silverlead
lead gold arid a d copper ores 53DWO M00 base basebullion b basebullion Se SebulUon
bullion 29700 29700At ti 1700At O OAt
At the big copper plants down the thevalley tbevalley thevalley
valley where wbere1t it was necessary to keep keepthe keeptbe keePthe
the furnaces going holiday or no holi holiday holiday bollday ¬
day the tt shipments of bullion to the theseveral theeast theeastern
east eastern em refineries w9Jarg1tt w9Jarg1ttseveral wanJarg thanfflr thanfflrseveral
several weekSpasL Wea1qn ee1tspb Thignit Thignitthe Tbe ThetIta ThetItacompany ti t l fjst fjstcompany
company paSsed il ilthe llIlreV1Op
B orcnfled fJ ect 1m 1 bt btrecord
the Bingham nham companyor companyJKJWvu > U9 U9record =
1 record and the rMS rhffiCon rltCbImdfldated ConsSlldarefl 011d lte l
and miuing m njng machinery mat hinery mer bar blTdh blTdhand barand lie lieand <
and building material into the ear tarcpduring carDpduring earduring
during the pas three years The cost costhas costhas costhas
has been in the neighborhood of 16 16per 16per 16per
per ton either way but to t maintain maintainoutfits maintainoutfits maintainoutfits
outfits such as s that here depicted in a aopuntry aUDtr aco
opuntry co UDtr unIty where water4s scarce and andfeed andfeednard andfeedsrd feed feedrd
nard srd rd to get gethas has been very expensive expensiveand epenslveitnd
and nd It Is not known that the freighters freightershave freightersDave freightershave
have accumulated any great fortunes fortunesmoved fortunesmoved fortunesanoved
moved up to toa a point indlcatingthat indleatingthat indicating that the theIncreased thelncr0asej
Increased Jncr sed furnace f nR capacity is l begin beginning beglnmng begtttiling ¬ I
ning to t talk Fromthe From the three plants a afbtal atal
Jf
fbtal tal df 805673 pounds of bullion wasfotw was wasforwarded ns nsforwAr
forwarded forwAr fotw rded ed while hlle the th 6WO poundssent poundssentout p und sent sentout
out by b the Utah Eastern companys companysplant companysplant companysplant
plant In Washington county swelled swelledthe sVclledthe swelledthe
the total by just that mud m c The in individual Indf individual ¬
dividual df Idual record or each e ch was ft as follows followsBingham foJl folledsjingharn s sIRngham
Bingham Consolidated 344230 4230 pounds poundsUnited poundsUnited poundsUnited
United Stares 260974 Utah Consolt ConsoliSated Consoltted Consoltd5ted
Sated ted 369476 and the Utah Eastern Easterncoooo
0000 001000
Bingham Mining Notes NotesBingham NotesBingham NotesBingham
Bingham Bulletin BulletinThe BulletinThe BulletinThe
The ButlerLiberal shipped eighty eightypns eIghtyons eightyns
pns ns of lead le d ore to the Pioneer sampler samplerthis samplerthis samplerthis
this week weekWednesday weekVeilnesd83 weekWe1nesday
Wednesday teams teams began hauling a afine a afine afine
fine quality of lead ore from the Bing BingRamNew BinghamNew
RamNew Haven About forty fort tons tonsper tonsper tonsper I
per day will be the present product of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mine mineJoseph mineJoseph mineJoseph
Joseph Leyson has taken a contract contractt9
19 t sink a 106foot shaft on the vein ein of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Silver Sn er Cord property of the Lone LoneTree LoneTreeIining LoneTreeMining
Tree TreeIining Mining company companylocated located near the theIllinois theI1Unois theIliIaois
Illinois IllinoisDick I1UnoisDick IliIaoisDick
Dick Butler contractor on the Butler ButlerNo ButlerXo ButlerNo
No 3 has tunneled 186 1 feet on the th vein veinand veinand veinand
and exposed sed four feet of o fine loflkingvein loOking loOkingvein loOkingVein
vein matter that gives indications of an anore anore anore
ore body near at hand handEngine handEngine bandEngine
Engine No No2 2 of the Copper Belt bar having ha harng barrng ¬
rng gone to shop for a new set of flues fluesand fluesand I
and No o 3 being also sidetracked for forslight forslight forslight
slight repairs No o 1 has this week been beenon beenOn beenOn
on day and night shift delivering about aboutthe aboutthe i
the usual daily average of ore oreTomorrow oreTomorrow
Tomorrow teams are to begin deliver delivering dellerIng deliverbig ¬
ing at the Dewey Dewe a 100ton test run runfrom runfxom runfrom
from the Kempton and before the mill millis millIs millIs
is turned over to the Utah Copper com company com company coinpsny ¬
pany under the pending deal Manager ManagerFred ManagerFred InnagerFred
Fred Bemfs will also run a 250ton 25Otonlot 25Otonlotof lot lotof lotof
of secondclass from the ButlerLib ButlerLiberal ¬
eral
MINING INING STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEWeek EXCHANGEWeek EXCHANGEWeek
Week of Dullness DullnessRevival Bevival Predicted PredictedAfter PredictedAfter PredictedAfter
After Vacation Season SeasonAabort SeasonA SeasonAshrt
Aabort A sh rt weeks trading on the mining miningexchange miningexchange miningexchange
exchange ended yesterday with the sale saleOT64S saleof saleof
OT64S of 545 64 share of stock for 1KS I1 l1S50 889 9 while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the totals for the flv days were 47675 47675shares 4 4Tfi5shares 6i1i 6i1ishares
shares and 17S 17S56 1755062 O62 2 The summer vaca vacation vacation a a atloft ¬
tion season is now no1 on and it is not notexpected note notespected
expected e pected that there will be very er much muchdoing muchdoing muchdoing
doing in stocks for possibly six weekIto weeksto weeks weeksto
to come However there is a general generalsentiment generalsentiment generalsentiment
sentiment that with the presidential nom nominations nominations nOmtnUon ¬
inations out of the way wa the fall months monthswill monthsyill monthswill
will witness a sharp revival in the stock stockmarkets stockMarkets stockmarkets
markets of the country copntrThose Those who are areinvesting areinvestIng I
investing in mining stocks today are said saidby 5 saidby lid lidBY
by the brokerage element to be a class classthat classthat classthat
that is able to read the signs of the lu luture 1uture Intore
ture and the declaration is made that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the buyer of today is the man who will willtake wIHtake willtake
take the largest profit a few months monthshence monthshence monthshence
hence henceThe henceThe henceThe
The local mining share market has been beenat beenat I Iat
at a tow ebb for several months For Forsixty Forsix Forsixty
sixty six days business has been exceedingly exceedinglyquiet qxceedinxlyqslet xceedi IY IYqfet
quiet and prices have been low Sales Saleshfrvrever Satesb I
hfrvrever 1 b wever have been made principally by byholders byholders I I1t
holders 1t lders of stock who were compelled to torealize torealize o oreaJlzt
realize > That there has been no general generalunloading gene genelunloading = J Junloading
unloading of any of the better class of ofsfocks oftQcks ofstocks
stocks indicates that they are for the theMost thet110st thebloat
Most part held In hands not compelled compelledto
to part with them and by men who whoknov whoknovthe know knowthey knowthey
they the are worth more xnone Under these theseconditions theseconditions theseconditions
conditions it seems impossible that a achange achan5e achange
change for the better can be long de delayed deJayed delayed ¬
layed layedDalyWest JayedDalyWet layedDalyWet
DalyWet Daly Grand Central Horn HornSilver HornStiver HornSilver
Silver SIver King Mammoth Consol OonsoUdater Consoldater Consohtdater
dater Mercur Century ButlerLiberal ButlerLiberalTetro ButlerLlberaJTetro ButlerLiberalTetro
Tetro tncle Sam and numerous other otherstocks otherstocks otherstocks
stocks dealt in on the local exchange are arerepresented arerepreented arerepresented
represented by properties that make the theprevailing theprevailing theprevailIng
prevailing prices on the shares seem ri ridiculously rldiculou8ly ri4icuIoy ¬
diculously low Tonopah stocks also alsoseem alsJSeem als alsseem
seem Seem certain to record large gains an aastep anstep anstep <
step out of the rut into which they seem seemto seemto seemto
to have fallen and a by and bye tIle inespeculator lnespeculator tIlespeculator
speculator and investor are sure to hwtk hwtkeR awak awaken ¬
en to a realization > n of the fact that gold golden ¬
en opportunities o were lost during the dull dullrecordot du1lni dullIs
ni i8 the list or final Quotations QuotationsaDd
aDd ad recordot sales Bjaoe BlA e yesterday morn mornAJax mornrag mornlug
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May IAY Day DayMammoth Da j Q1 0W 1 1lamrnoth 0 0Mammoth
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Silver Shield ShieldSouth 1
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mxt J1 cxt xt few if days the railroad will havo havobeen ha habepn hat hatbeen
been completed into amp < and the long longstrings longstrings longstrings
strings of teams that have done so somuch somuch somuch
much In making the th development of the thewonderfully thewonderful thewonderfully
wonderfully wonderful rich mines possible will be beseen beseen beseen
seen no more on the old trails They Theywill Theywill Theywill
will not go out of business however howeverfor
for their services will be just as badly badlyneeded badlyneeded badlyneeded
needed In the camps which have haveSan haveSan haveSan
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Utah Stocks in Boston BostonSpecial BostonSpecial BostonSpedal
Special to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBoston HeraldBoston
Boston July 9 tCoppers Coppers were strong strongand strongand strongand
and the market fairly active Quota Quotations QuotatIons Quotalions ¬
tions I IClosing
Closing I
Sales Salesh High Low Bid Ask AskAmalgamated AskAm AskAmzlgamai
Amalgamated Am 1gamattNI lf uze Sl M Sit 51 5Mfe it W4 W4Binghum 51 51Bingm lf lfBinglilm
Bingm 05 34 24 243 My fc 2tlt 2tltDalyWest 21 21DeJyWest 24DalyWest
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Utah au MB MBBoston IfJi z7 31 JIII9l 37 37 3714 3714Boston zTltBoston
Boston Con > 5 5Mebi1Market 5 5Metal 51 51e
Metal Mebi1Market Mebi1MarketSilver e Market larketSliver MarketSilver
Silver STile Siieter per ounce ounceC ouneeCOpper ounceCopper
C COpper pp r casuBR castls tlc c p per r pound poundLead poundLead poundLead
Lead In ore aM L59 50 New York YorkFred tlO tlONining I IMininJ
MininJ Notes NotesFred NotesFred
Fred T McGurrln has gone to Washlngton Wash Washington ¬ i
ington and Plttsburg on mining business businessThe businessThe I
The Salvatore Salvatoreempany c mpany at thehead of ofwhich ofwhl ofwhich
which whl h is UncTfe Jesse Knight Knlrhtwlll will dis dtetrlbute distribute distribute
tribute another 2W9 dividend tomorrow temorrewAnother tomorrowAnother tomorrowAnother
Another consignment of bullion and gold goldcyanides goldcyanides goldcyanides
cyanides from om the Midas companys prop property properw property ¬
erty at Ueep Defile k isexpected is expected in I to tonxwrovi tomorrow tomorron
morrow nxwroviEureka morron1ureka
I I8ureka
Eureka 8ureka = Jtt ReporiVr IOrl Joseph 1 ph Howell son sonof sonof sonof
of Representative Repr RtaUvt Howell who recently recentlyreturned recentlyretur recentlyretursed
returned retur ed frwn attending attEndln the Columbia Columbiauniversity Columbiauniversity Columbiauniversity
university at New York will work in inthe inthe inthe
the CentenniaTEurpki mine for a few
jumped jump > d to t the front sip sIlr Tonopah was wasdiscovered wa wadlscoverpd wasdiscovered
discovered Many of them will oper operate optrate operate ¬
ate between Lone mountain and the thenew theracw the1hew
new railroad many more will find em employment emplo itt ittployment ¬
ployment plo ment at Goldfield Diamondfleld DiamondfleldHay DiamondfieJdRa DiamondfieldRay
Hay Ra Hannapah Reveille Contact and andelsewhere andelsewhere andelsewhere
elsewhere All of these camps are be being being being ¬
ing systematically opened up and the thefreighter tbefreighter thefreighter
freighter who can handle the reins reinsover reinsover reinsover
over twenty animals and make them themmonths themmontks themmouths
months Mr Howeil is taking takia a mtnlngcourse mining miningcourse
course and his work here h r will be for the UMpurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of gaining a practical knowledge knowledgeof
of o mining miningFour miningFour miningFour
Four oars of ore from Tintte one from fromBingham fremBingham fromEingham
Bingham and one on from Nevada Nevawere were re reported reported reported ¬
ported at the Taylor T lor Brunton sampler sampleryestordar sampleryestorda sampleryestordaz
yestordar yestordarP
P J T Donohue the mining engineer and andexpert andexpert I Iexpert
expert leaves for a professional pr esetolMt trip into intoNevada intoNevada
Nevada today ods in the Interests of local looalcapital JoaICIIpltal localcapital I
capital He will be absent several s nd days IdaSUles daysMiles daysMiles
Miles Ules Finlen was down from Butte yes yesterday Ye yesHe ¬ 1 1terdaJ
terday He wML wHLtQ wIIl Sfi north wiUr James JamesIvers JamesIers JamesIvors
Ivers to inspect the properties prop rtJ res s of the theLost UteLost theLost
Lost Packer company at Loon Creek CreekIda CreekIda CreekIda
Ida S Sv
IdaW
W Yo v V Rice president of the Trade Del Dollar Dellar Delicr ¬
lar Exte Extension slon company who is now ln lnsoectinBr JRs issuecting
soectinBr s ting his cotrfpanys corrpany mines near Silver SilverCity SIIYerCIt SEverCity
City CIt Ida is expected back from rem camp campon
on Tuesday TuesdayGeneral TuesdayGeneral TuesdayGeneral
General Manager D C Jacklinp Jacki TaCkJin g of of the theUtah tbfTtah theUtah
Utah Copper company has advices that thatPresident thatPresident thatPresident
President C M 3 MacNeill and possibly possiblyether possiblytlter possiblyether
ether officers of the company will be here hereL herefrom herefrom
from CoMrado Coieradoduriegthe du l > J e present week weekr
L r H Outzen Ou n came came up tb < from Richfield RichfieldFriday RfebfttldFrkl8 RichfieldFriday
Friday Frkl8 and tomorrow he expects E ts to leave leavefor leaTefor leavefor
for the property of the Shasta Gold GoldCapper GoldCopper GoldCopper
Copper company compa y in California Cal1forrflato to inaug inaugurate Inaugurate Inaugorate ¬
urate a campaign camp p of o development and andproduction andproductloQ andproduction
production productionManager productloQIanager productionManager
Manager C H DeolUtle of the Utah irtahBastern t UtahEastern tah tahEastern
Eastern companxs mines and Dd smelters smeltersin smeltersInVasblngton
in Washington county te iip from the thesouth tbesouth thesouth
south conferring with L E Stoddard Stoddardpresident Stoddardpresident Stoddardpresident
president of that and the BlnghainNew BlnghainNewHaven BlnrhamNeHavfm BinshamNewHaven
Haven companies oompajiiesThe OOIrNlDi OOIrNlDiThe companiesThe
The Pioneer sampling works at Sandy Sandyyesterday SandYyesterday Sandyyesterday
yesterday reported the receipt of f three threeears thrlecars threecars
cars of ore from Tlntic two from fr fn Alta Altaand Altaand
and two frim Btaffham BhlCbamMa MaBager aget J T B BJensen Bensen
Jensen ensen has been on the sick list for soy several soycml ¬
eral days but was able to be around aroundagain aroundagain aroundagain
again yesterday yesterdayHarry lesterdaHarry yesterdayHarry
Harry B Cote Co has returned > d from an ex extended cxtended ¬
tended trip into the oil fields of Kan Kansas Kantas ¬
sas He says that times are lively fYeI back backthere backthjre backthere
there and it costs a mint of money to totouch totouch totouch
touch landS within shooting distance of ofthe ofthe ofihe
the producing sections During his hi stay stayhowever stayhowever stayhowever
however he succeeded 9UCC ed in tying up some somelikely someIIkel somelikely
IIkel likely prospectve territory and as he is isnot isnot isilot
not compelled to begin operations op rations for six sixmonths sixmonths sizmonths
months he considers hat that the ground groundmay groundmay
may be sufficiently sutJclentJik proven by that time timeto timeto timeto
to warrant the sinking sin Ing of a well or two twoIn twoIn twoTa
In case oil is struck anywhere near where wherehe wherehe herp herpbe
he is located he considers that his for fortune fortune fortune ¬
tune Is made madeThe madeThe
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The Rocky Mountains MountainsWhen MountainsWhen MOwltainshen
When hen you go on that eastern trip see seethat seetbat seethat
that your tickets read via The Colora Colorado Colorado Cobrado ¬
do Midland either elth going or returning returningYou returningYou returningYou
You get all the best scenery this way wayThrough wayThrough wayThrough
Through Standard and Tourist Sleep Sleepers Sleepers
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I regular stock and will there therefore theret tlierefore ¬
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draw twenty twent tons of freight uphill and anddown an andown anddown
down HE the th outfit here shown is doing doingwill doing1 doingwill
will still continue to build new towns townsand townsand I Iand
and add to the worlds wealth of gold goldsilver gold1Orilver goldsliver
silver lead and copper He will con continueto I Iinu
1Orilver tinue tinueto inu to do his full share in compelling compellingrailroads compellingrailroads compellingrailroads
railroads to build and while the scenes sceneswill sceneswill i iwill
will be constantly changing his pres presence presence presmice ¬
ence will be seen and felt throughout throughoutthe
the far we west t for many years to come comeTHE comeI comeTHE comeTHE
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THE IjTICrrjS LECTURES UECTUKESThe
The illustrated lecture at Pythian PythianCastle PythianCastle > thlan I ICastle
Castle hall 261 South Main ain street by bythe bythe bythe
the distinguished Scientist Professor ProfessorLucius ProfessorLucius ProfessorLucius
Lucius was greatly enjoyed by a large largeand largeand largeand
and select audience last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The professor gave a very interesting interestingdescription Interestingdes Interestingdescription
description des rlption of the human bodily condi conditions conditions ¬
tions and life force and at the th close closestartled closestartled closestartled
startled the audience by some remark remarkable remarkable remarkable
able blindfold descriptions des ripUons of charac character charact character ¬
ter t r and by instantly stopping pain of ofwell orwen otwell
well known ladles and gentlemen who whocame whocame whocame
came forward from the audience The Theprofessor Theprofessor Theprofessor
professor is a forceful and most Inter Intereating Intere3ting Intereating
eating speaker He lectures again this thisafternoon thisaft thisafternoon
afternoon aft rnoon at 3 for ladles only and for formenonly formen formeaonly
menonly men only at S p m Professor Lucius Luciuscan Luciuscan Luciuscan
can be seen at his private offices 247 247South 247South 247South
South Main street daily from 2 to 6 6p 6p 6pm
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