|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
mm 4 ft. Jj EEKLY JEWSPAPEF GENERAL MINING NOTES. MIXING CAR VS. It is strange that the outside purchasers of SAMPSON Co. Silver Mining Capital Stock, $10,000,000. Tar Value of Shares, $100. Location of mines: Uintah Mining District, Summit County, Utah. Office: No. 52 Wall Street, New York. John Gbiffkn, Frest. II. A. Van Pbaag, Secy and Trees. and Manager. War. McKay, Salt Lake City, Utah. Vice-Preside- nt Co. Empire Mining OF TTTA.HI. Capital Stock, $10,000,000. Par Value of Shares, $100. Location of Mines: Uintah Mining District, ummit County, Utah. Office, No. 52 Wall Street, New York. (J. L. Cbowell, Frest. II. A. Van Peaao, Secy and Treas. McKay, Vice-Preside- and Manager, Salt Lake City, Utah. nt JTJPITOB Co. Mining & Smelting District. Location of Mines, Big Cottonwood Office: Mining Exchange Building, Second South street. J. F. BRADLEY, Secretary. ........... .............. I)r. J. John S. Hnrncs Johu McDonald Jas. K. Bn(l CV Ili-ntic- , cr. .. . . Principal Collegiate Institute. (iovernor I'tah Territory. Secretary I'tah Terri. oiy editor Sait I.akc Tribune ...... ....... , . a c. OF THE mining stock at the prices of a few months ago should have the presumption to ask the inside manipulators the causes for such a decline as has recently occurred. A man who bought Chrysolite at $40 has no right to ask why it now sells for 8G.00 ; or Chief at $20, why it sells in the cents. Stockholders have no rights that directors should respect. At least this is the view the directors and manipulators of mining companies take of the matter in Colorado. They only look upon the purchaser as a silly moth"that "floats around the candle a sort of legitimate fuel to feed the flame. This is all well enough now, but how long will it continue so? When the vendor can no longer find a buyer for his wares, he will then see how silly he was to light the flame to singe the poor silly moths wings. And is not that time about here now ? Look upon the wreck you have made, ye guileless mining manipulator, and shudder at the ruin you have brought not only upon many good men, hut upon a business which, in itself, is as legitimate as any thing else, and more productive of good results to the nation and the world thaii any other. Dont sneer at the complaints of your victims or laugh at their folly, for in the end legitimate mining will assert its sway and vour swindling schemes will go to the wall, and with them in4 Jj EST. NUMBER 13. three days for the people to forget about the election, hut they ought to forget about it as soon as possible and remember how many rich mines and half developed or wholly developed mining districts there are in California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. Let them remember that .the Comstock is not the only places in which bonanzas may be struck, and that Con. Virginia and California wero the wildest of wild cats once. Let them settle down to work and mako a better showing for the Coast between 1880 and 18S4 than they made between 187G and 1S80. Swain will soon institute suit against the Silver King Mining Company, Arizona, to C. II. recover $300,000 damages for an alleged breach of contract with Mr. Swain, whereby he purchased all their tailings. When it appeared that Mr. Swain was working the tailings at a profit the Silver King management broke their contract. The suit promises to create a big sensation in mining circles. A new and important strike has been made on the San Pedro, near Camp Grant, Arizona. A ledge has been discovered 4 feet wide on the surface which assayed $4 in gold. From this point to a depth of eight feet, all tho distance gone thus far, the average was$lG5in gold and $3.f)0 per ton in silver. Tjie Bull ion ville Smelting Company, Nev., is pushing work, preparing their furnace, teayou will go too. ring out the inside portion of the mill, etc. The reports from Altar District, Sonora, Their large pan has arrived but tho mullers DIRECTORS: John M. Coyner, h. 1L Murray A. I . 1 hoin-isN . 1 liimilton, i lies, . I't. Jk INING JnTERESTS SALT LAKE CITY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18S0. VOLUME I. War. DEVOTED TO THE in4 mills are he- - were forgotten and had to he tellegraphed for. Two are encouraging. ing erected at Cuson. 1 he San helix Mining It takes a power engine to work the Company, of Chicago, have the machinery on large pan. mill on the coast of the ground for a I. M. Hyde has bonded to Peter Castor, of the Gulf of California, at Port Lobos. Their mine is an old Mexican, working about 2.3 London, England, the following mines, situated miles buck from the coast, and the property is 011 the grand belt between the Silver King of grout and assured value. It lias been worked !l,ld the Webfoot, Aiizona, lor the amounts v J he II de, a(ljoining the Baltimore, arrastras fervours, all ore not worth $G0 per Inched I i tornado, $2,00, Solferino, Mam- bl,)00. ton being thrown on the dump. It isestimated tli: from 40,000 to oO.OOO tons of the rock, av- - mtli, $7,000 , SiKcr Coin, $2,000, "aging by actual assay Slid, is lying on tin,1 Xj,.k.,.:Ij mine, tho rock of which assays loose more much while as half is lying (lump, ,,t.r ton was recently discovered at j.0 to The vein is Oil the old levels of the property. he:,l of Port Washington Bay. The lands s have been of rock were t 'flu the is on incline vein, the mine a 0i)t;,jiiLMi ht ounces of pure nickel, which is promill is to he run by A well 400 feet from high cured from an quartz ledge has been discovered on Pino water mark. It is said that the seeping of the Creek, Union County, Or, It is a well defined water through the beach sands robs the salt vein, cropping out of a solid granite mountain, water of the oil it contains, and the use of the and carries from $40 to $100 in silver and gold, water. will save two and a half per cent, ot San I KANCisco experts are examining the I he ban relieite I om- salt in amalgamating. ( 7. null at Altar, Montana and harks Dickens mines, Yankee pany my putting up a 20-stam- p Of Cambridge, Knglatul Homeopathic Physician Dealer in Mines and Real list ate Late Recorder ot Cottonwood Disl Muc k l$f( (kt r 14-hor- 20-stam- coKLinsrs se p x?t-b- . ( re and iJu'f.'un Caicfu'-i- j Santjj'cd. s-ji)- Especial attention given to tin sale of the same. Office: owr London Bank of Utah Front Room. 700-foo- Now Ready! FROISETHS SEW SEOIIOXAL, n sea-wate- 18-fo- TOlO-GRAPHICA- L AND MINERAL of UTA r, ot 10-stam- p )itri(.tj Itl,ll0 Absolutely, the wor.t cnimics ol the ue of prospectors and mining men are leaving silver as money in the I nited States, and, eon- - tu, y(M) iVL.r namin' for the winter, Inch. Compiled from Governot the people sequently of the mining industry ment Survevs. The stockholders of the Imperial Mining of Colorado and Nevada, of Arizona, Ne Mex Hanilsomcly Engraved on Stone, Colored in Counties, ieo, Idaho, Montana, Maine and Utah me those Company will meet next Monday. and Jlounted on doth; showing the County Boundaries, who, allecting to he in favor of a double stand- . . on tho London pities, Towns, Rivers, Lakes, Railroads completed and proRichmond shares are minted i- we shall of ... ard silver and that insist r Geueral gold, and all ci tho jected, gio Topography, to organized Mining at Districts throughout Utah. a greater amount of silver for 100 cents in gold market The Map will lie found a ready reference to Miners, than we now do, notwithstanbing that we al-- , The new mill of the Bristol Company, Nev., otock Brokers and Officers ready give 3.00 per cent, moro silver than isg doing good work, ricc, mounted on Rollers, . . . $.3.00 done by all the rest of the commercial world! Pocket Edition, same size, . . . shaft on tho Eureka Con. is down 8.00 to the extent of 2,000,000.000, as we have! Mailed to 11 IT ' any part of tho country on receipt of price. said so many times before. Hceord. AlWre ,ni,,c 'iollcd 11 ,0 0ctobcr 31st' B. A. M. FROISETH, Pub. Thk following good adviee is from the San Aj.1 Salt Lake City, Utah. Francisco Stoek Report: It may take two orj Size 28 x 4S inches; Scale, S Miles to One j . . j ; T? (. (!