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UI 6 g THE SALT LAKE Ll KE HE HERALD LD MONDAY MAY 1 1905 19O
OSCEOLAS RICH RICHGOLDLADEN RICHGOLDlAOEN
GOLDLADEN ORE ORESpring ORESpring
Spring City Operators Get Results ResultsBordcliilg
Bordering on o Sensational SensationalAMERICAN SensationalAMERICAN
AMERICAN FORK DOINGS DOINGSLIVELY
LIVELY SEASONS CAMPAIGN IS ISBEING ISBEING S
BEING MAPPED OUT OUTSwclal
Saecial to TIM H Herald HeraldMt raWL raWL3it
3it t Ptewnnt April AIec A tec J Jutlle Jutlles ie iesen
sen s > n superintendent at rltendent of the Spring City CityMining Cit Cit1Uftin
Mining 1Uftin companys properties in jnola Osce Osceola O
ola oa N Nv v to i In from camp amJ very much muchenthused nuchenUm
enthused enUm ed Oer condition there He HeTying lipha 11
ha hat Just c conipted R1plled the rinK milt t trn te3t
rn made de And the iutts 3Utts are Ve17 ety ratl ratlfylng
Tying indeed He has in fl his posses possespiofi p058e8fioli POS POSiol
piofi iol the gold taken from tne ore orewhich orewhlch orewhich
which demonstrates better than words wordscan yordca wordscaii
can ca n what t the company Has h in its itsclaim IbJalm It ItcaIm
claim There Th are three nuggets nU ets of the thegold Utegold th
gold and their combined value Is over over22S over2ts ovefS2S
S2S S2SThe 22S 22STh 2tsT
Th T The vein upon which hkh the work has hasbeen hasbf ha habeen
been bf > en done is i over H mile in in length and andhas andhas adhas
has been tested at three different IUCerentpoints
points It eRn be b traced continuously continuouslyalso
also from on ons a end to the other The Thethree The1hree
three nuggets nu t exhibited by b Mr Juste Justesen
sen reJJre reiweeent ent tests made on ore taken taken1rom takenfroni
from the three points already xlrettd pros prosPfded pro
pected From one 710 pounds have haveb
been b n taken and put through throu h the mill milllnK
giving lnK out sold old valued at 4220 4 or orat orat
at the rate of J120 1 120 per ton The sec second setond
ond lot was of 2053 0508 pounds and gave gavegnld a ve vegold
gold amounting to J1015 ltl5i or 101 per perton perton
ton The third was as a lot af a r rJ 3922 3
pounds J > Ound and gave S4 8470 tl or a value of I It2t
4250 per ton tonTh
The Th ore can be > extracted f > hauled to tothe
the mill and andmilied milted for about S 4 per ton tonThere
There is apparently app rently any amount of it
and am n4 th the cowpany mpany will proceed imme immedh I
diareiy dh tAf to 8hippln and milling on oh a alarge
large scale All the t officers offtct and direct direttors
ors are sanguiw An inf > of the worth orth and fu futurr futurf
turf turr 1 of the property propprtAMERICAN
AMERICAN FORK MINES MINESSeveral MINESSeveral
I
Several Properties Making Ready For ForLively i iLively
Lively Seasons Campaign CampaignAmerican Ca paig1 1 1American
American Fork April 3 30The The deci declsion
sion s ion of Judge Armstrong of the dis dlstrlet
trict court hi which lie adjudged adju etl Mrs MrsV
AV V S Pierce the rightful owner of the th
151MA 151 shares of the Silver Dipper DipperMinin Dipperlinl DippeiMining
Mining Minin linl companys property in Amer Amerkan
lean Fork canyon Juon will no doubt re re8ult
suit in much good for the district as asthe ai 5
the decision dec idott ptoces the th property in aiL a acondition aOndition L
condition < MI o that it can be worked workedThe orkedThe
The property hs received but very verylittle veryJittle r
little attention for some years back al xlthough
though it has a been known that it con contained
tained valuable ore Several S verdl attempt attemptUlve < S
have Ulve been made to jump the proper property property
ty by local parties but without sue suecess
cess ess > 85 Resumption of this old canyon canyonstandby 1tnyonstandb i
standby standb will create more interest in inthe int ii 1
the t he canyon The property has many manydifferent man i
different shafts tunnels and inclines inclineswhich iuclinevhjeh L
which have been worked wOlk d at different differentperiods dUferentppri0ff8 t
periods in its history This mine was wasone as asrolle S tS
one uc of th t thenioet most promising and largest largestproducers largestproducers wat t
producers during the former activity activityof aUvlt aUvltor ir
of the district a i great deal of valua valuable vaJuahie ¬
ble ore having havm been taken from it at atthat atthat a t
that tint Different contractors and andleasers andka am aS S
leasers ka have ave had the property pro ty sine simethat sinfthat P >
that time and have done considerable considerableprospecting ronsidelabtepros eonsderaMprospectiug e
prospecting pros tin and development in the thedifferent thediff th e
different diff nt workings of o the mine mineManager minfManagr
Manager H J KIuse of the Bog Bogmine Bogmine B g
mine states they have met with very verymarked veryl1H ver I
marked l1H rkM sufccess MCe5 during the last 1ft t month monthThe mon monThe I
The water aeam which they the struck and andwhich andwhkh an anwhich d
which almost caused au them to suspend suspendoperations suspendoperAtions suspen ii
operations had been tunneled through throughand throughand throtsgtand I iiI
and the face of the tunnel was wa again againdry againdr1 n nit
dry The water which is running out outof outof ou ouof it
of t the e tunnel is i a fair sized irrigation irrigationstream irrigationttream ii iistream
stream and adds materially to the thecanyons theanyons th e eanyons
anyons supply The tunnel is the thehrg8t th e
Jargeat in the canyon being constrict constricted ¬
ed Ii every high and wide to accommodate accommodatean e ean
an excessive amount of water which whichthey whlehth h ht11e
they th t11e anticipated encountering etlN > untering also to togive toe I 0 0give
give e a good working room nw > > 11 wh when hn n they theyr the theTPah V Vrraeh
r TPah ach shipping ore The Bog mine mineunder min1111r1er minitinder
under th the present management man entett is re receiving refhln n noiYiflg ¬
ceiving fhln th the most m systfmaUc systematic campaign campaignof 3mpal 1t 1tor nof
of d tleveIopIneut v 7opment pment work ork ever undertaken U
in II the district cH6trlrtWl11i8m districtWllflm < ftetrictWilliam
William Greenwood Gr nwood foreman of th t ie
Vhiriwlnd hirhind mine reports the property propertyas
as 8 being DeiD in h a very healthy condition conditionfind eOnditinS ndit 1 1fIltt
find S iid th the force f of
m men n at work is ener energpticany enerpl eneigl
gpticany gl pl icany pushing push development work ork t tan te I Isri
an 11 early completion Local I mining mininJl1pn minin mininnn
mn of this ptare ar are watching watein the out outcome out01t1e out I Iflue ¬
come of th the work on this property as s
It is i in their estimation the th most likely IfleI y
prospect In the canyon < district The Theompany Theompany TIi I0 I0ompany
< ompany is practically a new one one11lving on C
hiving been organized but a short sins rt
time agoand 8 ago < < 0 and is composed mostly of t
local 1 cal al men who ho have had considerable considerablervperience conjderableC eonsIijra le ler
rvperience C In Ute canyon ca nyon The prop ¬
erty 7ty t7 ia located not more tha than a stones stonesI s
throw I row from th the Wyoming line on Mil Mil1ir I I1ir
1ir bill which ta If being operated O ted by ly
iMeswrs I Genrg and Francis r Tyng Ty Tyn g
li is the confidential b b4 bI1ef Hfc > ljo > f of the of o f
fr Vcrs rs of the that
company mpul ore of a alaying alaytn aiaylng
laying laytn < < quality and quantity < Iua ntity will m be bepicoontered bepjeoanter I e eicoimtered
picoontered d before before they t complete the theortt theork U ie ieork
ork on the tunn tun tunnel i
which they
are arenow xrernw a re reYtflW
now rUftntn running Th T They y are ar following foliowi a aw avell
w vell ell 11 dtjftiMd d ftlMd vein vem en that has very y favora 5
We If prospects tz of o
merging Into belter bflterallHft beLt er ervi
valuer vi iu a well as increasing inrea inJ in siae si sja In
this property thy are having havin no tro trou U
W 11lp at all with Uh water t having encoun I ¬
tered tf > red no water seams such as have havegiven ha cc ccgiven
given iven th the Bogg mine min ° trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The operators of the Wyoming Vyomh mine mineart mu Ce Ceare
are actively preparing p Jarlng for an early eerlvFhlpment ay Iv Ivshipment
shipment of o or OP There has hA been and And ut
is i < considerable < < pr preliminary lnlinary work to be
done on ofT the property before this tm can ci in
be commenced During the th
previous previoussnipping preYkMtsFhippln preyki us usshipping
snipping from fr m the mine the
ore
was wasscooped w U UOped asscooped
scooped Oped out in such a way that be b C ¬
fore more ore could be
taken o out t
con considerable tfflItIderable e n niiderable ¬
siderable timbering tfmberin and other work workas wo ork orkas rk rkva
va as necessary neces ao However How vfll when ship shi p ¬
ping pin has again been
resumed the
ope operatqrs operatQrs op C Cratqrs
ratqrs will be able to go n ahead with without wit Jth Jthut h hut ¬
out ut any an ininedinwnt Im ilne9tt at all The con ro n ¬
ditlon of the mine makes It
poeefbie PM po tble de
for the handling bandlln of the ore without any ai I Igreat
great amount of dead work This Thfcproperty Thispr Ti ifs ifsproparty
property pr rty with the th other valuable hold hoi 4 ¬
ing on the Millar hill
make ke the proe JIOpe pie piepeet4
pectf pe < < tfJ of the old Millar
company very ver ye r
bright
HOW MINES CHANGE CHANGEOld
Old Lead Producers Now
Rated
as asZinc asZinc asZinc
Zinc and Copper Bonanzas BonanzasIn
In the history of mining there have ha ye yebeen
1 been > een many very ver P strange and unexpect unexpected Uft xPMt xPMted t ted ¬
ed changes says ys Mining A Scientific ScientificPress ScknUftPress Scienti fir firPress
Press The onetime lead I mines InIne ines of ofMissouri ofMissouri 0 0Miesourl
Missouri Are now producing almost ex exclusively exclusively e x xelusively ¬
clusively sine orws The Th Hoin HOI n Silver Silvermine Slh Slhmine sii ci cimine
mine of Utah w WM at one time a large largesilverlead Ja lar ge gesilverlead e esilverlead
silverlead producer but now ships shipslarge shipslarge shi PS PSlarge
large amount of copper ore oreThe oreTbe oreThe
The great gr t copper < mines of Butte ButteMont Buttt1loot Rut te tetont
Mont tont w were re originally worked exclus exclusively exclmively Is IsIvely ¬
ively for gold and later for gold and andsilver andliver a ad adsliver
silver liver The Mount Morgan mine of ofQueensland ofQu ofQue
Queensland Qu Que neland land AiSUJ A i9 lBCntJla < jaUia produced orig orl orlIn1 Ig
Jn In1 llrvBiW0nliC r bwt within wl hln the past NtStt tat
t + r JtMS1JfIcotne jtbahocosne a JJNdJ1e ot o ocepdtible
cepdtible srtii rawe eo eopt Tile tin Mille 0 of
<
Cornwall Co Cowo rnwall were originally mostly mostl 1 1vorked
worked wo rked as copper mines minesThe
The great silver mines of Cerro erro de d dPaRCo
Pasco Pa Paeq seo in Peru are today being beingequipped bel S Sequipped I
equipped eq eqan uipped for the production pr uCtlon of copper copperand
and an d promise to become animportant animportantCa an Important
factor Ca fago ctor < tor in the copper world worldLeadville orld
Loadville Colo Cob was originally originaI1ldproducing a agoldproducing 3toIdprodudng 1
goldproducing go goit placer pa < er camp In 1S77 1S77it lS lSIt j57began
it itle began its famous production as a aleadsilver aleadstiver aadsilver
i leadsilver le district and today toda it pro produces produces proces ¬
duces du ces gold silver lead copper and andIpc
ziac ziacThe Ipc IpcThe
The Bfngham district of Utah was waeat wasAt wa waone
at one time a goldsilver camp e unp Its Itsproduction Itsproduetiott Itsoduction
production pr atpr pran oduction is now largely la bel copper gold goldand
U and an d silver mh mhTenh
Twenty years ago some prophesied prophesfedthat
that th thD at the tn Homestake mine at Lead Le < < 4 S SD
D thm would in depth become be < olMe a sliver slivermine
mine m ine but at its present depth of L200 lOOteet
feet fe fepa et there is no evidence of this anticf anticipated
j pated pa led change ban e The early eafj miners in the theCoeur
Coeur Co Cote eur dAleres of Idaho gave scant at attention
tentkm te teha ntton to the > leadsilver dinvtt ores which whichhave
have ha hafa ve since become such an important importantfactor
factor fa ctor m the lead market of the world worldand world3m1
and an d which hirh has sustained the camps in inthat
that th at district and permitted the found founding
ing in g of an enduring industry industryIm
Instances Im tances of these th changes might be bemultiplied bemutiplifd beutiplied
multiplied th almost abn < St indefinitely but a aJlNtlicient
suiHctent su ttietent number num > r of cases have been beentited
cited ci ted to show ow that any district may mA an anticlpat anlpate
tictpate tk lpate radical changes changSfrom from the con conditions
ditkms di tlons originally obtaining o inID in them themTHUNDER
THUNDER MOUNTAIN STRIKE STRIKEOre
Ore O < re Worth Over 700 a Ton in In Independence Independen
dependence Mine Big Creek CreekWhat reek reekhat j
What hat appears to be one of the most mostimportant mostimportnt
j important im portant strikes made in the state statefor slatefor
for fo r some years has occurred in the theIndependence theI
I I Independence In mine in the Big Creek Creeksection CreekI
I a section se ction of Thunder mountain The Thenew Thenew
n new n ew tunnel has broken br ken into a body of ofsylvanite ofsyhanite
s sylvanite sy nsy lvanite ore heavily tetlvil stained with withflourine withflourine withouriiie
f flourine fi a L sample of which Sent ent to toJ toJ
J B Eldredge Eldred e the manager assayed H yed yed2G
726 2G a ton in gold says the Boise States Statesman StatesInan
i man ali v vMr
InanMr
Mr Eldredge received a letter a few fewdays fewdxys
e days d ays ago from his foreman at a t themine theminestating the mine minestaUnS
s stating th the > tunnel had struck what whatappeared wbatappeartd
a appeared to be rich ore The foreman foremanfollowed foremanfollow
f followed follow fo that letter up with another anotherreceived anotherr
r received eled Sunday Sunda evening stating the theore theor
o ore or o re had been > f cut ut into about four feet feetand fettand
a and nd was wa as still solid in the face With Withthe Uh Uhthe
t the th e letter came a sample of the tb ore ex exposed exIt
r posed osed It has been assayed with the theresult theresult thesult
r result re sult stated statedThe statedThe statedThe
The foreman sent a man to Warren Warrenwith Warrenith VarreJtIln
f with w Iln this letter and sample He al also alont alsoent o osent
sent s nt a sample to that place to be as assayed assayed ¬
sayed s there for his immediate guid guidance guidance guidore
ance s ore The Warren assay was about aboutthe aboutthe abouthe
the t he same as the one made here by Mr MrEldredse 11rEldrede Mrklredge
Eldredse EldredseThe E klredgeThe I
The tunnel in which this ore has hasbeen hasbeen haseen
been b een found is near the first r3t crosscut crosscuttunnel crosscuttunnel
t tunnel tc run on the property but it itcuts ituts
t cuts c uts the th ledge Jed e 1541 94t feet deeper than thanthe thanthe
t the he other It has been driven 200 OO feet feetreaching feetreachins
r reaching the ledge at the footwall The Therich Therih
rich ri ch ore was as struck on that wall wallThe wallThe
The first crosscut tunnel showed a alittle aBtUe
lia j little li ttle of this ore It was started just justat justat
f at a t the footwall and went over the thechute thechute
c chute c Some explorations were made madeakmg madealong
along a the outcrop on the footwall far farther farther
ther t up and these showed there was a achute achute
chute c of this character of ore of con considerabie on onlIiderabie
f siderabie s length When therefore the thework thework
1 work w ork for the present winter was wasplanned wasplanned
I planned p It was arranged to drive a acrosscut acrosscut
crosscut c that would cut this ledge ledgeat ledgtt ai i
at a t much greater depth and where this thischute thischute thu
chute c might be expected on the foot footwall footwall
wall w ail The expectation expeefa tion has been borne borneout borneout bornEut
out o ut though the strike seems ms much muchbetter L
better b etter than had bee beeiihoped > > hoped for forThe
The sample sent Mr Eldredge was wasabout wa wabout as asabout
about a two pounds of pieces broken brokenfrom brokenfrotn t
from f rom various points While hlie Mr El Eldredge EIdredg Elredge ¬
dredge d does not know how nearly it itmay itmay ii iiay
may m ay have hav been bt > en an average AVetA t of the en entire Pntire enire ¬
tire t ire tour feet he is confident it fairly fairlyrepresents fairl fairlr faIrI3epresents
represents r the ore so far developed developedMr
Mr Ir Eldredge held out one very Vel fine finepiece finepiere fln flnIC
piece P IC It is I stained purple over nearly
half its surface and makes a beautiful beautifulappearance beautifulappeAran I Ippearance
appearance appearanceThere a ppearanceThere < e eThfr
There are two crosscut tunnels on onthe onthe ot i
the t he property The first one driven drivennear drivennear 1
near n ear the new ne works orks showed th t the ledge ledgeto
to t o be 23S 3S feet wide lde A feature of it itwas itwas I
was that the entire mass was ore the theaverage theaera i
average aera a e value of the whole RoIe being 56 6 tinr or orAnother r
57 Another tunnel was as driven last lastyear las t
year y ear some 40W 4 feet farther north That ThatFhowed ThatFhowed t I
Fhowed ed about the same width TheI and andgrade andgrade am amgrade I
grade and some of this highgrade e
flourine ore was encountered ence ntered but no noconsiderable a 0
considerable c body bod of it itThe ItThe ItThe
The general mass of 0 the mine is isvery Isel I S Svery
very el amenable to the cyanide process processa
a high percentage of saving s vlng being bein g
made at very ver small cost costSo costSo costSo
So soon as the w Wegon gon road shall shanI II
have been 1 constructed the
company y
will m put in a plant and begin reduc t
I tkm t Ion
UNIQUE LEASING IDEAS IDEASJoplin IDEASJoplin
Joplin Man Wont Stand StandFor For Middle Middlemens MiddImens j jmens
mens RakeOff RakeOffLuctan RakeOffLucian RakeOffLucian
Lucian C Atnsden of Joplin Mb fo
does not insist that the lead ai and d zinc zincof zincof am e eof
of southwest Missouri ought to stay sta
in th the ground grcundheeaufW because God put it I
there but he does interpret intf > rpret the Bible Bib e
to declare that the system of subleas
ing practiced in the Joplin district is I S
iniquitous iniquitousPutting iniquitousPutting IniquitousPutting
Putting his bl theories into practice e
Amsden has added another to the themany themany th e
many difficulties that confront the theminer tli a anilner i
miner Neither gold Id nor persuasion persuasioncan persuaslocan
can procure the lease ItO of forty acres acreswhich 8lreJwAlt1t aer 5
which he h owns onthe on the west side of a aahkh
basin btt in which hich the New Waddell mine mineand mineand miii miiiplant
and plant are > located one of the rich richest rkhest rktet
est in that section sectionHere sectJonHere sectionFiCre
Here is i such su < h an underground Ujarkn UjarknDin jack
bin that the owner of the first lease 0
Colonel James Waddell even adver r 0r
Used for bids for stripping strlpp ng off forty fort toriof
feet f of earth 3e 3ewith
to get at the free ore orewith orewith oi
with a steam 8ft > am shovel ThIs is a scheme schemenot schemenot te tehot
not worked in the Joplin district but butthe butthe t tthe
the richness rlhne of the mineral with wil h I
Colonel Waddells experience in I strip stripping stripping strhjping
ping coal I in the Wilkesbarre WilkesD rre district
led him to believe in the feasibility feasibHit of ofthis D
this unueual unt eual uai method of going goln after afterorf afti fter fterore er erore
ore oreColonel
Colonel Waddell Taddei te the father of Mrs MrsAlexander Mr Irg IrgAlexander 5 5Alexander
Alexander Dick of the Boston store storeWilkesbarre storeViJkesbarre C CWilkesbarre
Wilkesbarre and it Is I the Record of f
that city which tells the story of Ams Am 5
den dE > n and the zinc deposits depositsIt deponitsthis
It te this buried treasure that has hassent hassent h is s
sent men to bes beRrhlng chlng I L C Amsden Amsdento Amadito isfl n
to lease lea his forty acre aCr adjoining To I ro rothis o
this greed of prospective pro8JH tive lessees Je ees the theowner theO1oner ti 1e 1eowner e
owner of the coveted tract objected
For said he if I lease lea p to one man m In n
he will 1n lease Jea to another
and he to toa toathird a athird athird
third and each of the upper lessees leMe s will willget w m mgft Illgst 11
get an unearned Increment
which I re regard regard r e egard
gard as a direct share of what should shouldgo shou w wgo d
go to the poor OOr miner who does do the ti he e
labor in the ground Why Wh should sb uJd they thf th Cy y
fatten on the sweat of the toner in the the1elly ti lie e
belly of the earth earthIf earthIf
If I could tease direct to the men menwho men menwho mi in inwho n
who I know would dig di in the ground groundand groundand grour iii iiiand d
and produce rochl rodueo < the or ore f fqr r safe I could con Id Idwith d
do o with a free conscience for they the thewould tinwonki y
would get et the fruits of their toll but butaccording butAccordlnl b ut utaccording it
according to the gospel in the 18th 18thchapter 18thchapter IS th thchapter l
chapter of Ezekiel to favor the rich ru h
is li to tt oppress the th > poor and from the theseventh thefWventh t tseventh
seventh to thirteenth verses the fol fc l 1
lowing text is found foundIf
If a man hath not oppressed the thepoor thepoor t he heand e
poor and andn needy but hath restoredto restored to o
the debtor d blor h his to pledge pl ge hath spoilod spoilodnone spoil iid iidnone d dnone
none by violence hath given iven his bread bra d
to the hungry and hath covered the thenaked thenaked t le lenaked ie
naked with garment g rmfnt he that hath hathglen hathglen ha Lb Lbglen h
glen forth upon usury neither hath hathtaken hathtaken ha th thtaken h
taken any an Increase Incr ase hath executed true tr ue e
judgment jud ment between man and man hath hathwalked hahwaJked ha tb tbwalked h
walked In my sttut statutes and kept my n ii ny y
judgment jud ent to deal truljhe trul e IB lajusLi JusL he heshall heshaH heshall ie
shall surely live saiD SQ e J 4 4and d i
He that bo bath th given II fT jj n pWiz JijS ry ryand ryand y
and bath taken increase IRCr increhreha1Iih e > shBlrhe th en enC n
I
C
H live liv e He shall not live He shall shaHsureb
surely su rely die His blood shall be upon
his h head headAmsden headArntM1en headrnalen
Amsden A quotes other passages of ofscripture orscripture ofipture
s scripture scr ipture at random all of which he heapplies heapplies heplies
a applies ap plies to his theory of the th unlawful Inlawrultaking
tj taking ta king of interest ntfrestANOTHER
ANOTHER GOLD DISTRICT DISTRICTNot
N Not No t Far From Gold Center in Stone Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall ¬
wall Range RangeA
A district hitherto but little heard heardof he heaidhas d
o of has suddenly jumped Into promin prominence prominence ¬
er ence ce This new ne camp is known as the theBirds theBirds
B Birds Bi rds Nest district located about four fourmiles fburmiles
ni miles mi les east of the Stonewall range says saysthe s sthe
t the th e Goldfield GoldfI ld Minfiir MIn Less than a mile milefrom milefrom mileom
fi from fr om the Gold Center road a small smallarea smallarea
a area ar ea of eruptive zone has broken brokenthrough brokenthrough
ti through th rough the rhyolite capping Located Locatedby Locatedb
b by b3 Wright right Ward a a year ear ago little littleattention littteattenUon
a attention at was as paid to it owing to the theprevailing theevailing
p prevailing pr excitement at Gold Center CenterMore CenterIore
More M Iore ore careful prospecting however howeverdisclosed howeverdisclosed
d disclosed di sclosed the ledge to be of consider considerable considerable ¬
a able ab le width and containing values in infree infrft
fi free fr ee gold for 3000 fet or more moreMr
I IIlr
Mr Inman a well known mining miningman miningman miningan
n man m an and careful prospector submitted submittedthe
tl the th e group of claims to Messrs Pullen PullenBeardsley PullenBeardsle PuliettBeardsley
< fi Beardsley Beardsle representing represen ting a wealthy wealthyMilwauke wea1thli1wauke wealthyilwauke
y Milwauke M syndicate and an a month ago agoMr agoIr
y Mr M Mas Ir r Pullen In company with the firms firmsassociate firmsassociate
associate as asvi engineer Mr lr H R Bacon Baconvisited Baconvisited
v visited vi sited the property After a very verycareful verytareful
careful ca cawi reful sampling the entire dike for a awidth aidth
width wi wiin idth of twfnty tw uty feet and fully SW o feet feetin feetin
in length showed free gold Old in every everypan
pan pa n and the croppings cr ppinss themselves themselveswere
were w wvi ere sprinkled with the precious metal metalvisible metalvisible
visible vi sible to the naked eye Assays show showvalues showvalues
values va lues from 19 to 30 Inman In man was as not notmistaken notmistaken
mistaken m when he said he had ua a good goodthing soodthing
thing th thtil ing Nothing was said about it un until untit ¬
til recently and news now QW comes todayfrom today todayfrom todayom
from fr om the miners engaged in opening openingup openingthe
up the claims < that pannings richer than thanever thanfver thaner
ever ev er are now no being found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The entire area of the mineral belt beltis beltis
is covered by about fifteen locations locationsand IOCdtionsand
and an d is almost entirely controlled by byPullen byPulJen
Pullen P ullen and Beardsley and Mr Inman InmanIn
In appearance xp arat1e it would w uld seem that it itwas itwas it
was w as an extension of otthe the Goldfield belt beltThe beltThe belte
The Th e quartz ledge is fully twenty feet feetin feetin feetwidth
in width lies Between well en defined definedwalls deftnfdwanR defintdalls
walls w alls of porphyry and can be traced tracedSW tracedo
SW 3 o feet or more It is one of the best bestaitd bestdefined
defined de fined fissures to he found thereabouts thereaboutsand
and a nd everything points to another big bigproducer bigProducer bI
producer pr oducer The lucky owners are to be becongratulated becongratulated bEngratulated
congratulated congratulatedPLACERING congratulatedPLACERING co ngratulatedPLACERING
PLACERING IN BINGHAM BINGHAMChannels BINGHAMChannels
Channels C Worked Since 1867 Still StillProducing StillProducing I
Producing Gold GoldBingham GoldBlnglmm
Bingham Bulletin BulletinBinghams BulIetinBlnghams
Binghams regular spring crop of gold goldnuggets goldnuggets I
nuggets n is now being harvested Bar Bartelomeo Bartelomeo Barlomeo
telomeo te Gardella is sluicing on the Ar Argonaut Argonaut Aronaut ¬
gonaut g onaut claim owned by W Yo J T Strickley Strickleyin StrickleyDickson
in Dickson gulch taking advantage of ofthe ofthe 0
the th e spring flow of water to work workthrough workthrough won wonrough
through th rough the gravel which he has taken takenout takenout takeiut
out o ut during the winter through the tun tunnel tunnel tund ¬
nel n d which penetrates the old creek creekchannel creekchannel creelhannel
channel c He claims < that his cleanup cleanupis cleanujonly
is only 2 to 3 per day da Mr Ir Gardella Gardellahas Gardellahas t
has h as been placer mining in Bingham for fornearly fornearl to r
nearly nearl n forty fort years having washed washedgravel washedgravel I
gravel g ravel on the same ground where h is isnow isnow i S
now n ow working in 1867 186 He recalls one onenugget onenugget on e
nugget n taken out in the th early days dayswhich dayswhkh S
which w hich sold for 42 4 and declares that he hesaw hesaw Ii e
saw s aw 70 0 washed ashed from one pan of dirt dirtA dirtA
A sA considerable portion of the old chan channel channel ¬
nel n el has been worked over although althoughsome althoughsome althougiome li
some s of It is still unexplored Antone AntoneCerehino AntoneCerehino e
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Cerehino C has just run through a lot of ofgravel ofgravel o oravel f
gravel g ravel taken out of the tunnel just justabove justaboe t tbove
above a town in the main canyon canyonGOLD C8nyOllGOLD canyonGOLD
GOLD PLACERS OF ALASKA ALASKAGeological ALASKAGeological ALASKAeological
Geological G Survey Expert Preparing Preparinga g
a Valuable Report on Subject SubjectLouis SubjectLouis
Louis M 1 Prindle of the United States StatesGeological StatesGeological Stateeelogical S
Geological G Survey Surve is the author of a aforthcoming aforthcoming
forthcoming f report entitled < < The Gold GoldPlacers GoldPlacers Gol ii >
Placers P of the FortyMite Birch Creek Creekand Creekand C
and a nd Fairbanks Regions Alaska It Itcontains Itcontains I Ii it t
contains c the economic results of a re reconnaissance reconnaissance i ¬
connaissance c of these gold fields of the theYukon theYukon th thukon te
Yukon Y ukon basin which hleh was carried out by byMr b br
Mr M r Prindle during durin the summer of 1903 1903It O 3 3It i
It was as prepared primarily for the placer placerminer placerminer placEfl
miner and prospector For this reason reasonthe rea reaSohe < nn nnthe fl
the t he description of the auriferous gravels gravelsis gravelpresented
is presented in considerable detail detailwhile detailwhile
while only the Salient features of the thegeology thegeology Ui Uieology Li
geology g are treated The geology seolo y of ofthe 1 1he f fthe
the t he district > t is very complex compl x and it will willrequire willrequire wi wiequire
require r several more field seasons to tosolve toFolve I
solve s even the general problems pro l ms of ofstructure ofstrurture c ctructure f
structure s and swccession swccessionThere IcessionThere
There are at the present time in the theYukon theYukotl U IC
Yukon Y ukon Tanana country four widely sep separated tJi tJiarated i 1 ¬
arated a regions Te ions which hich are producing producingplacer producilgpla produciilacer ig
placer pla p lacer r gold goldthe the FortyMile Fort lUIf region the theBirch theBirch U IC ICBirch
Birch pg Creek region the Rampart re region region ii iilen ¬
gion g len and the Fairbanks region The TheFortyMile TheFortyliJe Tt TtFortyMile
FortyMile and Birch Creek rf reek > ek districts districtsare dI5 dlstielare i < tS tSare
are among the oldest of the goldplacer goldplacerproducers goldlcerproducers goldpleciproducers
producers of Alaska but Mr Prindles Prindlesinvestigations PrindlegInvestigat Pnindlesnvestigations
investigations Investigat i fms show that they the are by no nomeans nomeans nomeans
means exhausted and that they will willcontinue wi1lcontinue willontinue
continue c to yield good returns returnsIt
It j is j too soon to predict the future of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he newly discovered Fairbanks pine placers plaeers pineens ¬
ers but they show every evidence of ofhandsome ofhandsome ofhandsome
handsome profits The facts presented presentedby
by Mr Ir Prindle indicate that the condi conditions conditions condiioou ¬
tions t of occurrence of the gold old are such suchthat guehthat suchhat
that t for profitable exploitation it must mustbe mus musbe mustmined
be mined by improved methods and andshould andshould andshould
should invite the attention of capital capitalists capitalsts ¬ 1
ists i sts The placers are within ithln a few fewmiles fewmiles fewmiles
miles of water transportation on the theTanana thtTamma theTanana
Tanana and machinery can an therefore thereforebe therpfotinstane >
be installed < at much less than at some someof someof someof
of the older camps campsThe campsThe campsThe
The report is illustrated by sixteen sixteenphotographic sixtenPhotographic sixteenphotographic
photographic plates Its value is much muchenhanced mu muchenhanced < h henhan
enhanced enhan < el by reason of the fact that it itcontains itcontains itcontains
contains two reconnaissance maps of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the region based on surveys surve s made by byMr
Mr 1 T G Gerdine in 1903 One map mapon mapOH
on a scale of l2S8fl < M extends from fromFairbanks fromFairbanks
Fairbanks 1 < airbftnk to Circle and the other on ona ona ona
a scale of 1625100 1 6 too embraces the entire entireYukonTanana enUreYukonTanana entireYukonTanana
YukonTanana district districtINFLUENCE districtINFLUENCE districtINFLUENCE
INFLUENCE ON PROSPECTING PROSPECTINGNevada PROSPECTINGNevada
Nevada Dscoveries Will Help Entire EntireWestern EntireWestern EntIreWestern
Western Country Country CountryThe I IThe
The discoveries dlsconr in Nevada will hay haVn ha
a direct di t stimulating stimulalin influence on pros prospecting prospeeling
peering and exploration in the whole wholewestern
western country < The district which whichcontains whlehcontains whichcontains
contains Tonopah Goldfield Gold eld Bullfrog Bullfrogand Bullfrogand
and other bonanza camps has been In indifferently Indifferently
differently prospected prospt > Cted before and andgenerally was wasgenerally
generally considered as unfavorable ter territory territor territory
ritory ritor says Denver Mining Reporter ReporterNow ReporterNow
Now that the results of these bon bonanza bonaitas
anza camps are known to the world worldthousands worldthousandS
thousands of men are searching every
inch of the country for miles around in inthe inthe inthe
the hopes of making a new strike and andthey andthey
they will so 0 do too To these the theNev theNevada
Nevada Nev da discoveries are simply an earn earnest earniat
est of the possibilities of the whole wholewestern wholewestern
western part of this country and of orIexico ofMexico
Mexico and British Columbia too tooMining tooMining
Mining Notes NotesEureka j jEureka
Eureka Reporter John JohnR B R Davjg was wasin wasIn wa waIn
in frvn his North Tlntic property this thisweek thi thiweek
week and states that he is now cross crosscutting cresscutting
cutting the vein andthat and that the showing showlngappears showifilappears
appears to be improving im roving with every everyshOL ever3shot
shoL Mr Ir Davis is confident that he hehas h hhas
has a amine mine in that section of Tintie TinUrand Tintleand
and those who have seen the rock rockwhich rotIwhich
which has been taken out during thepast th thpast
past week or ten days dn s are of the sam samopinion I IopInion
opinion opinionThe opInionThe
The Olinghouse mining district lioar noni
WoRdsworth which has been attracting attrac ng c
a great deal de lof of outside attention on onaccount or 1 1account
account of the stories of rich emanat
big from there is tied
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rations are that a long series of le legal legal legal ¬
gal battles will m benecessary be nec necessar ssar to clear clearthe clearthe clearthe
the tiles to the mining miTh lands says the theCarson theCarson theCarson
Carson Appeal The Southern Sout ern Pacific PacificRailroad PacificRailroad PacifieRailroad
Railroad company claims that the pro proprietary propriet proprietary ¬
prietary priet ry right to the lands is vested In Inthem inthem inthem
them as a number of years ago they theysecured theyeured theysecured
secured eured most of the land comprising comprisinge
the th thlie e OJinghouEe mining district through throughlieu throughHeu throughu
lieu lie u sections and have had patents is issued issued ised ¬
si sued su ed them under the law governing governingsuch goveri ng ngsuChselectlons
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The meeting of Oquirrh encampment encampmentNo
No N o 1 last Tuesday Tuesdft night resulted in inthe inthe ine
the th e calling up of important questions questionswhich quecUonswhich
which w hich provoked debate and elicited elicitedmuch elicitedmuch eliciteduch
much m uch valued information informationGolden informationGolden informationGolden
Golden Rule encampent No 2 will willmeet wiHmeet wIlleet
meet m eet tomorrow night and as there thenwas thereas
was w as nd meeting April IS it is desired de desiredthe ired
by b the th officers that every evel patriarch patriarchpossible
i if possible be present at this time timeSalt
Salt Lake lodge lod No 2 had a session sessionlast sessionst
last la st Friday night Ait important com committee committee cornittee
mittee m ittee was appointed and the degree degreeftaffconferred degreeauf
staff ftaffconferred t tsu auf conferred the third degree in insuch insuch inch
such su ch a manner as to win the praise praiseof praisethe
of the visitors The first degree will willi itillgivon
be givoii next Friday evening eveningModern I IMo
Modern Mo ern Woodmen of America I
Another meeting was held by b Excel Excelsior
sior si or camp No 10S92 IOS in its new home homeFederation homeFederation
Federation F of Labor hall last Thurs Thursday Thursday Titersay ¬
day d ay A number of new members were werelar wereadmitted weredmitted
admitted a into the l amp > and the resuI regu
lar h er weekly applications were above the thetions theordinal
ordinal or dinarythis this session esion Arnon Among the ques quesons I Itfons
tions ti ons discussed was the excursion excur ion to I IOgden
Ogden O gden Wednesday May la 3 via the theOregon theOregon theregon
Oregon O regon Short Line where the Modern lIodernVoodmen Modernoodinen
Woodmen W oodinen will hold their state camp campsession campsession campssIon
session se ssIon and nd banquet The train leaves le ves
Salt S alt Lake at 715 15 p in and return I
ing in g leaves Ogden O en about midnight mldniSl1tKnights
Knights of Pythias PythiasRocky PythiasRock
Rocky Rock Mountain lIoulI in lodge No 3 at its itsregular itsregula itigular
regular re gular meeting meetin next Thursday Thursda even evelig eJl eJlin ¬
ing in g May lola 4 will have fourteen candi candidates candidates ¬
dates d ates for the rank of page pag It will willalso willal I Iso
also al so < elect four representatives rel to the thegrand therand
grand g rand lodge lodseFraternal lodgeFraternal
Fraternal Brotherhood BrotherhoodThe
The n iixt xt t regularmeeting regular meeting of Utah Utahlodge I Idge
lodge lo dge No 365 6hi of the th Fraternal Broth Brotherhood Brotherhood Brothrhood ¬
erhood e will be nf heW > 1d next Friday even evening eenlay evemig ¬
ing la g May lay 5 at Electrical EIe < tricaI Workers hall hallWomens hallWomens hallWomens
Womens Relief Corps CorpsGeorge CorpsGeorg CorpsGeorge
George R Maxwell lhlx el1 W R C C will m hold holdits holdits liolts
its itn it s regular reb lar meeting at 239 ro O p in Wed Wednesday 1Yedneday Wedesday ¬
nesday nesdayMrsGeorge neday1Irs n esdayMrs
MrsGeorge Mrs George Winsness will entertain entertainthe fntertainthe etitertairhe
the t he James J mcs B McKean Womens Relief Reliefcorps Reliefeorps RePelorps
corps c at a social at her home 326 26 D Dstreet Dstreet I Itreet
street s cs Thursday May 4 She will be beassisted Is Isssisted
assisted a by b Mrs Wellington Mrs Wil Wilhart Witart
hart h art and Mrs Irs Wey WeyLadies WeyLadies WeyLadies
Ladies of the G A R RReynolds RReynolds RReynolds
Reynolds circle gives giv a social Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesay ¬
day d ay evening at the residence of Mrs MrsWalsh MrsValsh MrsWalsh
Walsh 4 Rustic court courtLadies courtLadies courtLadies
Ladies of the Maccabees MaccabeesLillian MaccaheesLillian MaccabeesLillian
Lillian M Hollister hive No 15 will willhold willhold wilold
hold h old the regular session tonight Vis Visiting VisIting Viating ¬
iting I members of the order made wel welcome welcome itelome ¬
come c Last Tuesday afternoon the la ladies ladies ¬
dies d ies of this hive and their friends were wereentertained wereentertained iterntertained C
entertained e at the home of Lady Ras Rasmtissen Rasmussen Hasnusscn
serveti ti
mtissen r Refreshments were served servedafter servedafter serve I Ifter
after a fter the games of sixtythree sixtythreeBanner sixt sixtythreeBanner three threeBanner
Banner hive liivewillhold will wmoold hold its regular re review review rciew ¬
view v iew at 230 p m tomorrow Lady LadyMiro LadyIiro Lad y yMiro
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above a the > normal accumulated umulated excess of oftemperature oftemperature f femperature r
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gage and ever since > I have had at attacks altacks
tacks of aching across my loins loinsfirst At i
first they the were trilling and I paid lit little liitie
tie attention to them but as I grew iv ivolder r
older spells occurred which did not notpass notpas a t tpass
pass < s away as mysteriously m as they theycame the y ycame
came and three years ago the attacks swere s
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WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice PresTflont Pr dGnt it
CHARLES S BURTON Cashier CashierHENRY CuhlerHENRY CashierHENRY
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In Effect ffect Oct 9th 1904 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYIKo CITYI
IKo iN No o 6 for Denver and East850 A1L A1LjNo AMo
jNo N o 2 for Denver and East East315 315 PM PMo
N o 4 for Denver and East EastS05 S05PAL S05PALNo PM PMa
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jNo tN tNi No o 10 for Heber Provo and andMaryvale andlIarnvaJc andMariatale
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iN iNN iNiN JCoSfor o 3 for Ogden and West Vestll40 11 P PM PMo J
2vo N o 1 for Ogden and West West14o 145 PM PMiNTo PMo PMn
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tio iNc e o 102 02 for Park Park City 815 AM AMNo A Ao
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vi to 41 41j ol 0 1 from Denver nd East EastI1ii 35Etr PM PMNo PMo
No j 0 1 from Denver and nd East Eagta3 Eagta3o il30 i1 PM PMr M Mo
r > o 9 from Heber Provo and andMttrysvale
i Marysvale an 600 600o PM PMgo
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go Ji 1yi o 6 from Ogden Ogdtn aid West Wetf WestI 54 4 A Ao AM
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