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J Lsg THE SALT LAKE TIMES, SATURDAY. JUXK 28. 1890. 3 mF. AUERBACH &MOW J - EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL SALE! J HZTT a...... , , ... J I 'latest shades best 6oc, 7"c and 1r Soncl Parasdf'Sl ' novelties in , lot of ladies 35c balbrian Fan from oeto $LW0 . lot of fancy tennis flannels , lot of fcnrv strip! Mrim ' ' J iies, reduced to 75c. third more. p ffr' tluml ff"' ' rrduad from jht yd. ' ire line of pure dye 1 lot of ladies striped and IZTTT, TTTT 2 dozen ladies' white linen Children's white dresses 1 lot of bosquet suiting 20 1 lot each of l.ire sie Turk- - 1U1, best quality and checked si k h omstiS, H ' famJ,nc . anc' hemstitched lad.es white dresses, laches yard, for Jf., worth Mo. ih table cox rrssc reduced ponee Pdrab0'S ladies pecket in satteen. , ... .hades, reduced to ;3c. $ 1, reduced from 50, handkerchiefs 1.50 per dozen, wrappers outing. iVon, 35c, 45c 47 c, simply 15c each; never sold cloths and seersucker at re- - , lot intod fouhr(1, " j" 5 and 70c per dozen, worth for less than 2 each. duced prices. ink for ;nceofour figured India 1 lot of ladies' cream, striped almost double. f ' v Y' rtdULLd ,rom 1 U f.1 of raw s.ik tabic to close 57 and plain satin parasols $1.30, 77TT 71 Ladies' stylish kithin? suit. )or covers an J 7.; re kK 23 Srsh H--f fancy Scotches 7:'"' if! : 1 lot of ladies' fancy sattine worth j&t double die amount! trm at popular prices. . c. reduced from 50; per Our do asr TtawoA Paraso's! sun umbrellas 75c and 9oe, , , , partmcn, ,s clos.n out. If rPA,,rA fr,,, y , ? n .j t . - Slaughter in children s Satws! Satins! Satins! 1 lot of ma, light colored 'nd dresses&te lot of width W, mnsols nttcr ham h apron open Cents' liht coIo-e- l Minis 3n1 educec f om . "th 4K t0 " cunning styles, ages from French, English and Ameri-- ork lawns Jr, reduced from ovcrshirts , n ridloc 2000 pairs ladies silk mitts 45c, $1. 2 to 8 years.at 75c, f., 1.15. can makes inthe most novel . anv offered ii.his city at 4fc. " ' r.inced from 20c; 20c, 1.40 and 2. so-- less than cost and attractive designs at 2;, 7,v, St, SIM, SI. 75, 52, S2 50 ' . , TA redu?edtrom35c;2.c, reduced 1 lot each of child's unbleach- - of material, but we never carry is. 12 and qc per yard by lot of fancy Madras curtain and S2.00. Tlu-- v sell cwrv- - tot ladies tancy striped trotn 40c; higher .grades re- - ed and fancy hose reduced to any goods over if low prices all odds the choicest bargains material KlVc, reduced from where at 5c to $' each above 45c, reduced from 75c. duced in same proportion. 5c a pair or 50c a dozen. will sell them. , ever offered! nc per yard. the price wc quote. s' grey mixed and ,. balbriggan underwear at 75c asuit Gents' satin scarfs reduced to 12c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c. I twill pay you to lay in a stock. Children's one price kilt suits at 85c and $,10. Hoys' wash kilt : pieces greatly reduced. 2 lots of gents linen cuffs slightly soiled 20c a pair, reduced from 40c Boys' straw hats nice styles, 15c to $1, Tennis caps reduced to 20c, 30c and 40c, from 35c, 50c and 60c. f Thousand Other Bargains Will Repay You For Visiting Our Mammoth Establishment. Strictly One Price to All "I Carpet Remnants Upstairs "We Are Never Undersold - F. AUERBACH & BRO. AOENOY WARWICK HIGH-GRAD- E SAFETY BICYCLE. Irurrjf itt of nAtrtt Hit tl I.R4 Ifas.cMi, Ja.tx. to ix, tan. on, ;i.ai, iiia.Mi, tas.oo, tkicmi.m n.i vk-- t H II' !':. In itiri'ttu lr..m mm fl Ka iiwii lu telax;t (rum lt4 ikt It A na b wall. Iirgeel IHoek an.l frlree m Deerl lug ItmMlit, 1,uim, Milery, e, SHOT-CJ- I NH AT (OST. lllrjffle ami (Jan I'ciatrin?. Ag'tiM At lLKArM HKITIiiU H 41 IIIHJ Carbon, Hlhls.iM bii4 I'upnr. tJ W. 'J'i Sinah mrl. Slt Iji (Ttf . . Hull! f re.h uli. Tho freahcsl lili, fruit mid vc((rl:il.i-- i can be fiiuiid at it Campltcll'ii, 111 West Ural South Mn-et- . If you want n pcrferl lilting garment cut by tlm cclebrati'd Taylor' fstar Svsti'iu, call on Mis. J. C. JON K, .Second .South street. J. W. Farrell & Co ' ' Vi Plasters, Gas & SI223 Fiiisri Dealers in all Kinds of Lift and Force Pumps Ortkrt take fvr ric ami tJ W'elU Ci"jU bttlt an i I'trnkrxtuioA mult Hret Mr.l Hret To our numerous patrons in Suit Lake City, we laki) (treat ! in an rmuiicing that we are fully in fill all demands hIim Ii vhi may make upon 11 r our uneouulVit I.ikit bwr. bull Lake ( ity llri'wni Co., Ji on Motin.. li'Mirral Manager. We do not ell trimmed haU at 30 cents and uutrimiiu'd at 13 cm; but giv them away to thuse MnaUlu to buy. Hi'tnt-- ber ihi generous otf er i at tlm City of Paris, 31 Kast 1'irtt Somh utreet. If. A. CANDPJAN, STEAM GRINDER iad itiXtt la Batten Sapplita. Our faC.Htie ft grtntie aa4 cua- - iiu.YA rt:oEdTORS. . f. Tatl South Strict, OfKt; tote o;. - tviU-tu-and a half million of lollnrn ovcrllmt o( last, limy lio coiilltU'ntly in'cdiistixl.Q l'AT ('aIKV, (Sliift lions). the representative mines lu thu contact foruiatiou, it is deserving of attention, at present though, all thr energies of tho company are devoted til' the push-ing the long tunnel which is to cut the vein and relieve the mino of tho large volume tof water with which it is troubled. This tunnel is now in a dis-tance of nearly 4400 feet and the vein is expected to be reached every day, at a depth of 1200 feet 'from the surface. Should a body of ore be struck when this connection is riiade, thu stock is likely to climb " at a rapid rate. The work on'1 this tunnel was commenced less than a year ago and has been done under contract by Keith & Daly, who with the aid of air drills havo probably beaten all the re-cords for this class of woik. and have Park of tho contact class, is situated within a mile of town, and for tho last two years has been a large and steady producer. If it were possible for a man to have a vein made and located to order, he would doubtless suggest something nearly on the plan of this one. It is along a wagon road, has a dip of from iifteen to thirty degrees from the hori-zontal end, is confined within walls as perfect ard well defined as those of a room. It was worked sonic years ago by the company who own it, and pro-duced some few thousands of dollars, when tho pocket was exhausted, and it was permitted to lie idle until Septem-ber, 1888, when a discovery of mineral was made, of such magnitude that it was the topic of general conversation for sevei-a- l months in mining circles, down it is to have three. Through this a large double clicker cage brings to tho surface from tho depths below about 100 toils of ore a day. There is also on the surface, a Burleigh air com-pressor of a capacity sufficient to run eight drills and a Westinghouse dy-namo for tho generation of electricity, with which all of the buildings, in-cluding the office and boarding house are lighted, and all of the stations underground. The pay-ro- ll now num-bers two hundred men, and were it the policy of the company, I do not doubt the output could be nearly doubled. JIOKGAN GKOLT. This is a very large group of claims adjoining the Daly on the west, but from information given me, I found out it is tied up in litigation and is not working now, although it lias produced considerable ore in the past and is cap-able of yielding still more. THE ANCHOR. l'assiug on tho west and south, the shaft anil boarding houses of this mine are seen, but as the property is now be-ing worked through a drain tunnel about 0000 feet away, tho buildings are now unoccupied. While the tunnel has struck. the. Anchor vein and passed DM GIVERS. at to the Wealth Producers and Big Dividend Payers of the Park District. AVAILABLE MINE WAS POUND fa Whom 'the Star of Luck Led to a Deposit of Silver and Lead. , , . kCitv. June 28. Special corre-'"'t'.-I- n my last letter to The 1 dwelt somewhat at length on of Park, particularly of its "solitare," the Ontario. :'islsha1l continue by taking up !1"sc which arc on the strike of the system extending westward, :lutliiig with the contacts and driven through the hardest character of quartzite all tho way. The property was known some years ago as the Old Sampson, but was re-organized by some of Salt Lake's capi-talists, amoiig w hom are A. Hanaucr, J. J. Daly, Jas. (ilendinning, W. S. McCornick, John Oehrens, Louis 0. Karrick and Richard Mackintosh, w ho became, interested in the stock. Mr. N. Treweck is also largely interested in tho mine, and is general manager of the company. KKOI.E. This is one of the oldest locations in Park. Ore was found on it some years ago but never rn ijuautiticH until rec-ently, and so nothing has been done except prospecting and intermittent as-sessment work. Mr. Condon, the owner, about a year ago, leased the property, ami after several months of hard work tho leas-ers have opened a good vein of pay ore and havo thirty tons of a chipping quality on the dump, that will run about eighty ounces in silver and with thirty to forty percent in lead. This has always been considered as rather outside of the great producing ore channel on its continuation to the west, but it has effectually exploded all theories and is liable, lo become si and gave to the throe men who were fortunate enough to secure the lease, a competency. This great surfaco bo-nanza on the Woodside was discovered about like this. One afternoon in Sep-tember, Messrs. Williams and Drake were returning homo from a prospecting trip over (lie surrounding hills, w hen one of .them thoughtlessly broke a boulder with a pick. A SLKPHISEl) MAN. He was somewhat surprised to find that it was good ore. ('ailing his part-ner's attention to it, they continued digging for some time and succeeded in uncovering the vein, with a width of live feet, which would assay as much as 100 lo 000 ounces of silver, and forty-fiv- e per cent lead. This great fortune was within one hundred feet of the wagon road, and an equal distauce of the old workings on tho property, and which, to use a trite phrase, would nay from the grass roots, had been walked over and slept on for years. The dis-coverers, believing they had made a val-uable discovery, negotiated a lease on the mine and associated with them a partner by Hie name of 1'arrisii. the firm then being Karrish, Drake & Will-iams. These men worked the mino very successfully for ten mouths, hav-ini- r a. bodv of ore varvinir from four to through it it did not seem to relieve the shaft, of water, so an attempt was made some time ago . to make a connection between tho two with' a drill hole. After sinking it for a distance of about two hundred ami fifty feet, some acci-dent happened" whereby it had to be abandoned. Another attempt is being made now. to accomplish the same end, by a now drill hole started reucently which1 is now reaching for' the tunnel iwith considerable speed. . Some years ago, until drowned out by water, 'the mino produced considerable ore, but it is not doing much at this lime, only working the tunnel and waiting for'the connection to be made between it and the shaft. There is, however, considerable ore of a second class being shipped from the workings in the long drain tunnel to the Union Concentrating works. The stock of this company is listed on the Salt Lake stock exchange, THE DALY. ' ag down No. 8 shaft of the Ontario i WO fool level, and walking a cress - cut until Kin is struck, then w the vein for some hundr eds of fl then through the drain tunuel ;1 other hundreds and again on until a mile in all has been j H when the shaft of the Daly is ' I'd on the it being just "Ired feet higher on tho niouii-!l- Hie Ontario. .; " ' Tei scarcely anything w hich was'i :tt niy last letter on the Ontario '""id not apply to this mine. J ' ls no marked difference either J. we. or its geological features, :lhc same vein strength, tho j Mormons mineral bodies, and we same srade. of ore. The I ! fourteen feet thick, and a chute at times as much as sixty feet wide. lu that time they produced a half million dollars and sold the lease for the two months it had to run for' $30,000 more. Since then the mine has been successfully worked and paid several dividends. Its only hoisting power is that of horses, who walk up and down the inclines raising and lowering cars with comparative ease. THE JIAVFLOWEK NO. 7, steady and heavy producer. Thero is au old Spanish proerb. which says sil-ver, lead and cooper occurs in veins, but gold is where you find it. lb. I it might be 'reconstructed to read: that silver is where you find it loo, whether the formation is right or not. The Creole is in quartzite and strikes at an angle of fortv live degrees from a parallel of the other great mines. 'The ore is heavy galena with chlorides, and carbonate of lead, in a quartz matrix. This property is ery near town and everybody is watching its developments with a great deal of interest. 1'IOXEEK RIDGE. It is generally conceded, I believe, that after leaving the Anchor ground, the Ontario vein would strike to the west over Pioneer ridge into Little Cot-tonwood. Judging from the cropping of quartz and mineral on the suriaee this seems a reasonable supposition. About three miles west of tho Ontario there is a string of claims, among which are some owned by Ehcnger, the Moi n-- I ms Star, Pioneer and others on which 1 nv considerable, ore on the dumps, class rims from HO to 200 os. .''led about 25 per cent lead, aud '"""S class about SO ozs. in silver. Bk; BOD If OF ORE. :ie Point on tho vein whero the neYjf tlie two mines meet, there ,p large, and rich body of ore. ' a'onK the vein, frora the time it u'dy ground, there are many ;jJ fs ami largo .deposits exposed. ;"Uon to what is shown on " artery there are spurs leading ''iu when followed frequently or at least realize onsamls of dollars No good sirf' be piven why lt should not wtrcl as big a mine as its neigh-'",n- . it is as extensively opened jolted. At this time it has less " many miles of woik as the 'ifSi is Pa.Ving regular divi ;i.,500 a month and adding i.0.!'3. serves right along, '"ait has now attained a depth ";H and eight levels starting 5 sides, which extend for consid-ni- n .tances both east and west. I is very fortunate in not ha with so much water as ,,Ulrio, and , . , "''AT I.lrTLF. THET-HAV-Jo be raised a distance of 100 in "i ls accomplished with an inking pump), wheu it runs ;0lls-- h the, drain tunnel. .The 'i'l!l'led wit h a hoisting eneine ' lle same . pattern as that "otario So. 2. There are , l';"ttnents in the shaft to the l!Vcl. and from that point is only a short distance away from the workings of the Woodside and isou the same vein. The first ore of value dis-covered on it was found by working on the last named claim up to the end lines, when; a large body was found which was about equally divided be tween the two mines. A lease was then taken on the mine by Messrs. Judge & Keith, who are the foremen of the Daly and Ontario mines. Since taking the property thev have been retarded in their work by a vexatious litigation, but have made extensive developments and improvements in the way of sinking a shaft, 'placing ma-chinery and running drifts, besides producing a large amount of . ore. There are several hundred tons of sec-ond class now on the dump which is being jigged by hand and gives satis-factory returns. , There are other mines on the n ootl-sid- e Mayflower eontact. which promise well but as vet have only had a small amount of development and their value is not determined. ALLIANCE. As this property is well known in Salt Lake, owing to its manipulations on the stock exchange and being one of which I was told would run as high as 100 ounces, and the statement could not be doubted from its appearance On following along this Pioneer rid"e, and at a point about three and a ' half miles from the Daly, the stratihea-Ition- s of lime' and quartzite w-elcome better defined and the contact veins begin to show themselves. At this place within a distance of a thousand feet wide, I saw no fewer than live well defined con-tact veins with perfect foot walls of quartzite and hanging walls of lime-stone. These have a thickness of from tw toten feet, and yie d ore which contains zinc blende, carbonate of lead and galena, and which assays as high as in silver; but there has xtv ounces heeu so little work done on any of them that their real value has never been ascertained. In trying to trace out these veins, they all seemed to into one aud make an outcrop ot Enc ore, none of which assays high on the surface of at least 100 teet wide. This is bv large odds the greatest vein showing in the district. TUE WOOPSIUE, which is one of the largest mines in THE JIC'CLSE TCXNfcX is one of the import nit mining enter-prises of this district, as it is run lo drain and cut a group of twenty claims which lie east of and believed by the owner to be ou the same vein as the Ontario. It is now in a distance of two thousand feet and strikes the vein at a depth of live hundred feet from the sur-face. Assays of two hundred ounces have been obtained, but no continuous body of ore found. WASATCH is a group of eight claims owned by Col. McCnne the owner af the McC'une tunnel. It is opened by several levels, one being 530 feet long, and another of y.V). Ore has been found in both places, and small shipments madp lat fall w hich ran fifty ounces in silver. In reviewing ihe great district of Parlev's Park, I am more than ever convinced that the era of its maximum production has not jet reached, and that for manv years .o come there will be a substantial increase. With the appreciation of lead and silver This year, an increase in the output of on hCIUMl, Till 'HTKr.M, Ami all Other Having Imrgcof NrhiMila. Cull unil ( our lim'milipiiiiilii'Oc-liiMi- l ilitk. It Ims ii(iC'iMiiit lllir. 'Jnvt'nr wiirraiilt'n on all unU'rn, Srlnml tfridm, tillico (leskn uml I'liui-i'- (iiruitiirn in Kivrtt nriciy. All mipplic fur kuIiooI or colli'gn furnUli'Ml. A RiHnl tcni l it wanlfil lo m l n ojfnt fur nliovo roiiiU. (looil territory; P'"l my. ".Minni'iipoliM Ollli'o Si hool KiiruUh' ing Co." V. 1'. Iioiuw, (ii'lii'inl Atfi'iit. 70 K. First. South St., Salt Lnkn ( it v. Utah. OpjioniiD Thratrr, ener I'. Luml Ollicf. TJNTIC MOWS. Huiim of tlm Week's Happening la tlie Aletrupolla of ,lunl, TlNTir, Juno 27 Special correspon-dence! This Keystone has reumed shipping, and is reported looking splendidly. This is a lino property, from which niiieh is expected, anil from present indications, Vtill not disappoint its lucky owners. K. Thompson, an old-tim- e Colorado mining man, has secured a bond and lease on tho Mormon Chief and 1'riilo of the Hills mining claims from J. 1'. Kappers i Sim, fur eighteen mouths; price, 20,000. ;'J'hore is from six to twenty inches of oro in sight now, and needs but to be eipiippcd with proper machinery to bo minlo a steady pro- - dueer. Mr. Thompson is operating for a Salt Lake syndicate. ( 'arson of Aspen, Colorado, and lieorge (iarriek paid Tinlie a isit last Tuesday. They appeared well pleased with' the outlook mid Mr. Car-son may put a few month's dividends from tlie l,at hollar at Aspen, in Homo of Tintic's Haltering prospects. Mr. Heffner of Seattle, Wash., came lo Tiutic to look over the situation and expressed himself surprised at our wonderful camp. He visited Silver City and signified his intention of plac-ing money ill this district. Mr. Hamilton, the well known Salt Lake attorney, was a visitor to the new Dorado, and said he expected bi see a promisiiiK ramp, but wan inoat agree-ably surprised t find it exceeded his expectations. Mr. Hamilton Is inter-ested in the Mormon Chief, and will In-vest some cash in other Tintie proper ties. J le, as well as every new comer and visitor, to the camp, wondered why this district was so long neglected, and said he would try ami interest his friend to come ami get oil the gr ul floor. All Tintie necils now is capital to develop her rich mines. There, has never been a dollar invested hero that has not returned one hundred. Can any other camp say as much? Several Colorado mining men hav been looking at iho great Oovernor mine the lai:t week anifwill no doubt purchase the bond ud lease as there is enough in sight now to pay for the mine. On Wednesday eeiiing last tbo corner- -stone of the new Id'l Fellow's hall was laid with the usual cememoniei of the. order. Not ilhstanding the weather was very disagreeable- tin-r- was a large crowd to asi-t- . The hall when com-pleted will be the finest building in town. Tho new threc-tor- hotel building now put up by Mr. iJfilB Tomp-kins, will have a. I the uioderu improve-ments and appliance, aud will insure first class accommodation for travel-ers. Thia is a much-neede- addition and will be appreciated by the ninny visitors who miss city comfort when visiting a mining camp. All the mines are turning out large quantities of high grad; ore and ther are lots of low grade reserves for the reduction works that will aome time Im built here. Mr. Lalkeld. the architect, i punning matters at the lSullion Heck, and wheo he complete the hoisting nUnt it ill hn one of the very best in Utah. With the new hoist completed the H. B. will be one of the biggest procurer in ihe world. Tho Homansville Water company have completed laying pipe through town and ill cuou "be prepared to fur-nish the purest of water to all wii need it at reasonable ra!-- . Attention, Maker. All journeymen bakers are farm-ill-rcpifiiii- i- l to meet tit tlm Temple tif Honor hull, corner of M.tiu mid Hit South street, nt 7 o'clock shai Satur-day (nrniiitf, Juno I'M). Obim l, to complete the orgaiiiulioii of tin' ll.iker Union. Hook will be open fur charier member two wci-k- l frmil bImiic nnim il date. WW. MiM.AlK, V. K. ltoi;Ml., See. ( Imiinmii. This sain Iiegin im Monday. Juno ;m, and continues four day. Tuesday, July I, Wednenlav, 2, and Tlniroilay, it. Ladies we ill not stale any prim mi trimmed or imirimiui'il troods, iiutriiinn and see and be couvineid, and we I lint you oro buying cooils at a ery Our 'sa!i ill lunt only four days and will be the lust sub) this sum mcr at the 'ity of Palis, Tho well known grocery firm of Harper Bros. ba removed to l t ! Second South, where Ihcy respei-- l ti ly Invite tho pafrotiagu of ihi-i- r old lnue friends and the puldie in (feiiera! !' full Huh of i'sple nd fancy growrie. 5 We have it hunHrwl trimmed hat which w! are ofI( tirirf at hat the lor-ln-- pric. er tlm place and dates. Si E.tst first South atret, June m. July 1, i and 8. lUti fil Awf. Tiimmed and unfriinined hat fh'fa away al the City of Pari, 83 Last Firat South street. - A'l organizations who will participate in Die grand parade on Juiy Kotirth. are requested to report to tb tuarsh;U of the lay as soon a pesibl. giving approximately their ouu!ers, that profM--r position may 1 aM.gned ihetu and that the ljud- - may b ruiuUv iorated. Hri Viov., Miriul of the iHy.