T :1 j o MARYSVALE, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1008. VOL. III. hat even before the month of Januhas passed that there will be such ary Published Every Saturday at a showing of ore as will justify a still greater era of activity. Already ore The Courant Printing and Publithing which has a value of more than 81,000 Company. ton has been encountered In the Salt Lake City, Utah, and Marysvale, per of the mine, and though the workings Utah. Piute County, Is small, It is an Indication quantity 14, Room Offices of publication. of what may be expected when the Eagle Block. Salt Lake City, and ground is more fully developed. Johnson Bros. Store, Main Street, There are many other properties In Marysvale, Piute Co., Utah. the neighborhood of Gold Mountain Subscription: which have been worked during the One year, 81.00; six month. 75 cts: year which has passed. Much of this matter Feb- of course has been assessment work, Entered as second-clasoffice at but in the aggregate It amounts to the at 1907, post 8, ruary the Act many thousands of dollars. under Lake Utah, Salt City, On the Marysvale side of the hill, of Congress of March 3. 1879. the year has, all things considered, The Piute Courant. s Manaaer. been exceedingly quiet. The Gold DeLIONEL H. GRAY. LOCAL MANAGER velopment company, which is the sucJ. A. BELL cessor to the P. A. H. Franklin group of properties, has been operating durPIUTE COUNTY OFFICERS. ing the year. Though no ore has been shipped, the work has been of a very Piute County. Junction, County Seat, character. The managesatisfactory Clerk E. E. Sprague. ment has determined to follow a sysTreasurer Lorin Fullmer. tem of development which will. In the Recorder L. T. Stark. end, thoroughly demonstrate the value Sheriff Charles Morrill. of the ground. With the high minerHelnhold. C. J. Assessor alization which the territory shows Attorney James Walton. there is little question, throughout, Surveyor J. F. Neville. should the policy of the compresent H. E. C. Bagley and Commissioners be ful'y carried out, that Its pany D. Willey. properties will prove as great as any In the state. The Outzen group of claims is another property which has been under The during the year. Good development A Camp success which has attended the labors of the promoters of this property Is Past and Good Future one of the most gratifying Incidents that can be recorded in the camp. SysThe mining camps of Marysvale ana tematic work has been going on In Kimberly, have become known wher- d this mine for some time. The reward ever the mining Industry is recog-nige- has been the uncovering of a splendid throughout the country. At the body of ore, which, in the near future, same time there are no mining camps will make It a worthy successor to in the state of Utah which has ex- the great Annie Laurie, when the Anthese that perienced the vissitudes nie Laurie waB at Its best The year Though in 1908 will see this property take its camps have experienced. mines of the aggregate the amount of outclear of place among the producing money which has been taken few of the district. , the mines has been equaled by But little work, If any, has been acthe mining districts' of the west, there complished at the old Dalton. This "have been seasons and times when the Droperty has been mismanaged almost mines hsve been in a measure neg- from the first. As was said above, it the For the great showing lected. was the mine which first drew the atmines have made, and the wonderful tention of the mining public to the dissurface Indications of pay rock which trict. There are still great possibilcan be found all over the two camps, ities In the old mine. What the next there has been the smallest amount year will have In store for It, it is of development work actually accom- very hard to say. There Is talk, howplished of any section of the country. ever, that it will again be worked. Remarkable values have been disThe Wedge Is another mine which closed all over territory around the has been idle through he year. Like Years ago little town of Marysvale. has been worked at init Dalton, the diswhen the Dalton mine was first with any system. never but covered, many shipments were made tervals, which has Jeen Another property the remarkable which ores gave Trail. There is ,of Deer Is ' the ion dir Enorton. of 130.000 to, the in sight sevits already within stopes mously rich rock has likewise been eral millions of dollars in ore which taken out of the AVedge and kindred lying there for years. The For long years the An- have been properties. O. J. Salisbury, Into whose of death mines of show one the nie Laurie was the control of the property reof the state, and great dividends were hands mained for a long number of years, as regular as the months came around. made it possible that It at last has Other mines, notably the Sevier, were will into other hands, and there pass and many great producing properties, is strong talk that Its lnog period of prospects likewise have for a time en- inactivity will be broken In the near tered the shipping column. Thus it future. The same may be said of the of great activity was that periods of the Monte Del Rey group, have been followed by seasons of una- propertyfrom another cause. This latthough ccounted-for quiet. old days produced a in the mine ter Nothing, however, can stop for any considerable amount of high grade length of time the ultimate success of ore. In so many of the mines In and the mines grouped around Gold Moun- around Marysvale, the work was done tain and its neighbor, Mt. Baldy. The without system, and though ore was many golden veins which pass through found everywhere, the main bodies these two mountains must In the near have as yet been undeveloped. There future be explored, and when this is is reason to blieve that the every can be no ques- Monte Del Rey will be worked during accomplished, there tion but that the district will take coming year, and that an attempt its place as second to none of the the will be made to develop the mine at west. of the districts mining The truth is that while the district, depth. Like over at Kimberly, there has as a mining proposition, is far from been the usual amount of assessment being what is known as a poor mans work accomplished on the Marysvale holdof the the that camp, majority side. Some of this has shown very ings are in the hands of poor men. At satisfactory results, and many of the the same time It is true of work ac- prospects are In a fair way of becomcomplished. that there can be found no mines at some future day. district in the west which has shown ing payingall Taking things together, the year more returns and greater development which has just passed, while It has for the money expended than has shown extraordinary in its rebeen shown in the district around sults, isnothing far from being what could be Marysvale. called a one for the minThe past year has been one of great ers of discouragingand of 'Marysvale Kimberly. vicissitudes In the district, and though The depression in financial circles will discouraging at times, there has been have but little effoct on the mines nothing which should work to the last- here, for the reason that t.ie chief ing injury of the mines or their ulti- product is gold, and this is not affectmate value as mining proposltons. On ed financial flurries, as are disthe contrary, these bid fair in the near trictsby hich produce the baser metfuture to work for the lasting benefit als. The in the day of gophering of all concerned. is nearly over. Men of the district Both the Annie Laurie and the Se- caliber of Mr. Carr of the present vier mines have passed into the hands Annie Laurie, are slowly but surely of receivers. The former property control of large areas of the has been sold and has passed Into the gaining round about, and with capital country of a set of men who are hard hands to develop the ground at depth, enough at work upton a program which will, will demonstrate just what the terriif followed with sufficient tenacity, will produce. There are thus end in placing the mine once more tory in store for Marysvale, days bright among the great dividend payers of and unless all signs fail, the beginthe state. The latter Is still inactive, of a new era will dawn over the but there are negotiations now under ning district during the coming year. wray which will in the near future put back it ELECTRIC SPARKS. again in the active list. The Annie Laurie mill has been turning out 100 tons a day for some Milford Times. John Sharp Williams has advised time, and a considerable force of men are engaged at the mine, not only in the Democratic minority that it will stopeing out the ore, but in developing be necessary to work together like And goodness the reserves of the mine, which are a football team. very heavy. Though the financial de- knows the average Democrat enjoys pression has in a measure retarded nothing better than a chance to kick. the plans mapped out, those who are We feel pretty sure that the Panthe best informed aver that before would not only be comthe close of 1908,, there will be a new ama canal mill of 500 tons capacity at work at pleted, but paid for, long before an congress appropriates the mine, and that from that time on American the property will be worked to Its full- money for national election expenses. est capacity. EDITORIAL NEWS BRIEFS. ' Among the active properties In the district may be mentioned the Gol- Marysvale Courant. den Treasure This property consists According to the Globe Democrat of - twenty-on- e claims, and the com- of that city, St. Louis has 143 fewer pany at its back is pursuing a con- saloons this year than it had last. stant policy of development There is And yet that place has the audacity to everything to encourage this work, ask for one of the big national and the management are confident .... MARYSVALE. with a In fixing the responsibility of expositions financial failure, it should be remembered that a large percentage of John Smiths deseend- Jim-tow- THE LIGHTS OF HOME Da F. J. Lyon, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, STREET LAMPS LONG IN COMING TO HISTORIC CITY. Marysvale, Utah, Massachusetts woman tied her i husband to the kitchen door so he I would not bother her in her house- 1 work. Heres a subject for debate at womens clubs. 3 Is one literary Institution that prefers football to an endow Jj. 1 Swarmed to Place and Operated Under Cover of Darkness Gas Introduced In Year 1846. - Swarthmore ment Thieves and Footpad Union Dental Co. A i HONEST WORK. HONEST PRICES. Painless Extraction of Teeth or no Pay. All Work Positively Guar anteed. Phones: Bell, 1126-X- ; Ind. 1126. 218 South Main. Money, time and temper are saved by the early Christmas Bhopper. o CYRUS THE TATTOOED MAN. a Rome. Rome until the second half of the nineteenth century was the worst lighted city In the world, and yet, says an old chronicler, no place needed to be well Illuminated at night so much as Rome, as here the most celebrated vagabonds of Europe con- GATRELL gregated. It is true that illuminations and fireworks were of frequent occurrence la the Eternal City ambassadors, cardinals and princes never missed an occasion to light torches and bonfires; but these Isolated patches of light only served to bring out the contrast of the darkness In the surrounding squares and streets, which was rarely Attorney A Counselor. Victor Herbert wrote The Wizard of the Nile" In 18U5, and he was an interesting beginner then. In the makVictor Herbert ing of operettas. wrote the "Tattooed Man in i907, and now he Is established as the ablest composer in America of musical plays. Both pieces were written for Frank Daniels, who is starring this season in the latter attraction, under the management of Charles Di! The Tattooed Man is the lingham. development of all that is most capable in Victor Herbert, and the book by Harry B. Smith is worthy of companionship with the music of the eminent composer. The fun is so fast it is difficult to keep up with it, and the songs are of the sort that the public has come to associate with The best Frank Daniels successes. of these are You Cant Beat a TatTake tooed Man," "Omar Khayam, Loves Things Easy, and "Nobody Me, and local audiences will get a chance to listen to them at the Salt 13 and Walker Building, Salt Lake City. 419 D. F. THE KEELEY CURE. Orunkennete Cured. A positive and permanent enr for drunkenness and the opium d eases. There Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladies treated as privately as at their own homee. The Keeley Institute, 334 W. So. ple. Salt Lake City. Utah. Tem- To women for collecting names and selling out novelties, we give big bremlums send your name today for pur new plan of big profite with Utile work. Write today. Address C. T. MOSELEY, Premium Department, 82 E. 23rd Street, New York City. w ft 14. 100 Don Urbano B&rbcrtnt followed the example, to the great advantage of the public," and had a Fiuccola lnglese (English flambeau), which gave the light of 14 ordinary oil lamps, placed In a lantern of Iron, the work of the architect Giuseppe Scaturzl, on one of the corners of his palace. In 1798, when the French took the city, sent away Pope Plus VI. and established the republic, they realized that It was Indispensable for them to have the streets well lighted, as the people of Trastevere had developed the bad habit of stabbing in the back every French soldier they met in the dark. Gen. Marchand accordingly Issued a proclamation ordering the citi-- . zens to Bet up lights on their houses. With the fall of the Roman republic Rome was again plunged into darkness, and it was only as late as 1813 that the municipality granted the sum of 20,000 scudl to provide for the cost of a hundred oil lamps to be placed In the most frequented parts of the city and for their upkeep. When the papal government was restored In 1814 Cardinal Rivarola ordered the revolutionary lamps to be pulled down, but the secretary of state, Cardinal Con salvl, opposed this measure and left the lamps in place. Gag was introduced in Rome in the year 1846, but oply Piazza Venezia and the Cafe Ruspoll were then illuminated, the former on the initiative of Prince Luciano Bonaparte, who owned a palace In that square. In the year 1854 gas illumination was extended to all the streets of Rome. Electric light was Introduced after 1870, but St. Peters square was Illuminated by electricity only three years ago. Culberson Anti-Pai- n Pills Lantern Cure Headache Almost Instantly and leave no bad effects. 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Culberson stands well with Bryan, who is understood to have intimated that If Culberson makes a success of the minority leadership he will be selected as chairman of the national committee In the next campaign. A year ago Senator Baileys great ability made him the overshadowing figure on the Democratic elde, and If ' an election Tiad been hold then no name but his would have been heard But since then Bailey has fallen so far and so fast that the recent election makes only, one more station on the way down hill, though to him It Is the bitterest blow of all. The minority leadership was the object of hl3 Immediate ambition. His humiliation by his own colleague and former followers In the senate, for It is nothing less, hurts him more than anything else. The final drop In Baileys cup is that not only has he been cast aside, but his bitterest enemy has been chosen for the place he coveted. Culberson and Bailey are sworn foes. The enmity between them originated with Culberson. Bailey, who Is the proudest and most unyielding of men, at first so far abandoned his usual scornful attitude la such cases as to make overtures to Culberson. They were rejected, and from that time the war between them was relentless. Culbersons friends warned him against making a fight on the dominating Democrat of Washington and urged him to accept the olive branch; hut Culbersons thin lips only whitened as he listened a trick of theirs, which his friends know well and he made no answer. So the war went on which ended In triumph for Culberson. It will be the more bitter for Bailey If Culberson becomes chairman of the national committee. There Is a suspicion that Bryan realizes this. Bailey is no friend of Bryan's. In 1706 the state of darkness In which the streets were left almost provoked a revolution. The king of Spain sought recruits for his army In Rome and ordered his agents to avail themselves of the darkness In the streets and press Into service all the young men they could lay their hands on. The Inhabitants rebelled, and, led by the people of Trastevere, attacked the two palaces and set free all the prisoners, who carried their chains In triumph to the Madonna of Ara Coell. In 1785 a attempt was made to light (he streets with the profits from the sale of tickets In the Tuscan lottery. Two years later Rome was still in the dark, the lottery profits being evidently otherwise employed. Prince Sclarra, having lost patience waiting for the government to Illuminate the streets, placed at his expense two lanterns, large and of Evangelist My friend, are you li beautiful workmanship," on the front ing right? of his palace, where two gas lamps Hardened Sinner Must be, si now stand, and had them lighted at Havent needed a doctor for 20 yeai Prevent. 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NOW: 73 Main Street Ex- One morning a physician of Hartford, observing that his office windows were anything but clean, called his Irish domestic and Instructed her to wash the panes before he returned to the house. "On my way Ill buy a chamois skin, which you may use for the purpose, he said to Nora, and Ill have it sent immediately. That afternoon, when the medico returned, he noticed that his windows were thickly streaked with grease. Whereupon he summoned Nora, and the following colloquy ensued: Didnt I instruct you to clean those windows? Yis, sor. nd tell you to use the chamois skin? Yis. sor. Then why havent you done as you were ordered?" I did, sor. deLet me see that chamois, manded the doctor, lae girl prompt-- Her Opinion on Them. vicinity of Germantown thei worthy old quaker lady at John, who were once calk entertain a number of ladic at dinner during quarterly meeting. As John began to carve the broik chickens he entered upon a flowei speech of welcome, but in the midst his flattering utterances his mothe who was somewhat deaf, piped t from the other end of the table: You neednt be praising of em u John. I'm afraid theyre a lot of toug old hens, every one of em. Lippi cott's. In the lived a her son upon to Beast? Jawback You dont seem to have gained any knowledge of human nature. Mrs. Jawback Never had a chance Ive lived with you ever since I can remember. Clevland Leader. Mr.