|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
WT.STKUN MININC (JAZKTTEKR. The Montreal he mouth of the tunnel) and a large; smithy fffjasdlccr. built in the mouth of the' 'Inline, where a large chamber, secure from sill danger of snow, has MflBBHDQg been cut for the purpose. .AH the ground thus TKhMfUM'H MXIXU COMIWXW fill explored shows itself to be highly mineral-bearinand when the tunnel .shall have been Slock, $1000,000, silvcr-leinl This roj(?rty is situsilcd on the great completed the date of dividends will, from 100,000 Shares , par value, $10. ore belt of Bingham, which contains present indications, commence. A good quanOld the sis such mines Kcmpton, Neptune of high grade ore on the dump, assaying, Office, Thackrahs Stock & Mining Ihireau, tity s Main St., SALT LAKE CITY. Telegraph. Spanish, .Iordan, Yoscmite, (55 lead and 80 ounces silver; percent, Dream, lievcre and others, which liave second-class- , !!() per cent, lead and 25 ounces Location of Mines, Montreal Hill, Big Cottonfor years produced of all the lead silver. wood Mining District. ores in the United States. The insiin incline The timbering in the mine is of the most is down ISO feet, following the vein sit an sinDIBECTOBS. substantial kind, and all timber needed for the to At feet, of from distance a of f0 deg. gle Jacob S. Foreman, Winter, as well as other supplies, were laid in Squire J. Admire, the bottom a drift has been run West, showing in the Fiederirk 0. Horn, George Thackrah, Fall. The company is proceeding early II(nrv F. Williams, Adolph Hauerhnch, a foot vein of ervslalized caihonate of lead strictlv on the Utah plan of development, to- Theodore Tang wall. . 0 cent. a and lead per. quite percent- wit : working its mines instead of its stock. assaving OF F I CEB S. age of iron and manganese, and makes the lin-Jacob S. Foreman. President, est smelting ore known to furnace men. This! ,P . . n k Joab Lawrence group of mines in Little Squire J. Admire, President, straamn seems to pitch nearly vertical. lhe!r, Frederick O. Horn, Secretary k Treasurer. . Cottonwoou Canyon, consisting of the Va eio, . main vein fills the incline and goes down at!,, South Mar and North Star, is one of the most the same angle as the latter. A tunnel hasi valuable properties m the district. 1 he cor- n. been started in C upper (iiileh, M)0 Jed below. . . work through a tunnel is prosecuting these workings, which it will be nmsarv io jpany . . 7 all have and their bv levels, connected mines . . run 2M) feet nirther before cutting the vein, bo-- . .... , , .. . . I he . work is under the able supervision lie croppings are verv mg now in 120 ieet. io! one of the owners, (diaries Deed. lev cuts the and all vein along prove prominent well defined the full length of the claim. ('ii pi a I Stork. S200.000. The Lead mine, near this property, has exShares, par $1) each. lead of in the ore Utah, posed largest body I liiW'kriib s htoik Oil i excepting the Horn Silver. The Miners' it Million- Iliiroim Hi Main St., SALT LA k'K CITY. Dream, a continuation of the Telegraph and adjoining the works of the company, also i.ociitinii of mines liijj Cottonwood Minin" shows a very large body of fine ore. The District Utah Tcrritorv. First Southern Extension of the Telegraph is Tin-- last lot of lead sold in this owned by Martin it Ilirschman, and has an city brought DIBECTOBS: !$35 per ton. Silver is quoted at rl.OS 3- -1 per immense body of ore in sight. J.if.J,. T Ilorfinan. John G. Downing, I roilcric.j O. Hdi'ii, The general prospects of the company are l,inir-verGror,..'i Tliitckrttli, Hfiirv F. WilliAiiH, S,uirt J. Admire) bright tml a few month more will plaee Six thousand tons of line ore on the TIhm )ilort! T iinwi-- . dump several dividends in si-- lit in tiio mine. of the Alice mine, i'utte, Montana. 4 lllf.slcru (CoflBEpaQIty g, Lead-Miner- 1-l- first-clas- two-fifth- fi s, s 1 1 . J j The Albion I . MioBitnig 1 BBupamy . 2)X)0 ratir, - 1 : j y i I l OdlCKIiS: J ii rub SiLVJil! MOUXTAiX MiXiX COM PAX S. John G. Y. The officers of the Company are W. Chisholm, resident ; John A. (Iroesbeck, Vice President; J. E. Bamberger, Treasurer: Bernard Loth, Secretary and Thomas ,J. Hurley (IS Wall St., X. Y. City), Transfer Agent for New York and England. rl he properties oi this Company are situated on the north-wes- t slope of Kesslers I V:ik and consist of the Silver Mountain No. 2, Osceola. Lone Pine, Frisco and Della claims. W'ork oil these claims, and more especially on the Silver Mountain No. 2. has been uninterruptedly pushed during the past fourteen months, under the able supcrintendency of Mr. John A. (Iroesbeek, the Managing Director of the Company. An inspection of the mines at the date of present writing discloses the following work: On the Silver Mountain No. 2 claim 'an incline reaching the depth of 138 feet has been sunk, at which point the ina.n west drift lias been run the distance of 55 feet. Here we find a winze 10 feet deep and several stopcs all following small veins of high grade ore. rl his work having established the true course and dip of the main vein, a tunnel intended to strike the vein at a depth of about 300 feet from the surface was begun and is now in for a distance of 103 feet. The tunnel is as lap-and well run as any in the Tcrritorv, and when pushed about 150 to 175 feet further will tap the vein that is to gladden the hearts of the stockholders, besides this underground iwork there are two large boarding-house- s (oik; of the incline mouth and the other at jit the I' GO ; 1 llumnan, Prrsiilmt. . 1) u tr o tr H CT3 NORWAY t T. W inil-.- J :,t 1 h l:u-- e 1 io DGirli-l- , l.v, h. I IV,,s ,rir: :Mi,iiii f lo-.- ?0;' . , lignn-- p.n x Min.- - 1 i i mi ;: : OhirkI'opjivr, A. M. Kr ..im-th. i,l.-!i- t Vi. - IS. Ivcr-son- , Situ .rv i : :!pil:i!. stork r:m now !,;1 Hi.- - Swretarv. tk .il irs a.Klr.-s- Joli C , .,s s ( 4 Mixing Exchange C7! Opposite Tribune Huiblinp:, Seram South St., Salt Lake Cihj. i tE3 czd -- Miiniiij prop.Tli s :in l sol 1. rosiM.li.l-- lions HlVrt.-.- l :in.l iiimvss irv ;ipp!i.-:iiii'.- i nrvry issl.-ntI iiitt-.- l St.it.-for mines iivnle .m.l iik-.- l u.iprrs Titles e;miinr. ininm-- j inlornniso'i fnriiM,e.I. S,.-- i i;,I f,,r p;-- i r workinI " it:,l of iip mi'.or, :m S;l.,.iii Miin-- ( ..in;i;inirs. : Or.lrrs o n:l . e soliete.l. 1". Iw.-i-h- t , orif.ini.ril. s H-- 1 . r c. coiTKiLiiq-- s l- U3ALL - (ins anil In" ion Cnrrn,!i Sam pal. Imperial attention given to the sale of the same. Oilier: over London Hank of Utah Front Doom. liUnning direct STAUKS M.-n.-i- Ssilt J.sike Iinh; l r J. T l.vnel & PIERCES Salt Lake v rn F. n HADLEY l.y permission to Geo. Prescott. Imne: Anil,. my Go !!.,-- . M:m:iLr,.r I.m.nii 5imk of It :t Postmaster at I.;ike City, I 'tali. k. ;i, (. tA.S. s - r l'orr.-s;i..n,i-ii- llel.-r- f, s 1 jr. ontv. Mnrg.in li. 1.1 ,r1,1' A,l,rM v: r A 'rm,,,r ( K" iVc-I-- ! CO bi.t DiK'CTi.i's i- -3 (.0 mJ Oitii-f- : H3 I k TrcsmurtT, 40 n,V Nh o X Prctsiib-nt- . Vu-p- Iron Min?n? and Manufacturing Co Ciipitiil Stork. Sl.nrn.'Vifl. Shares $11) lir Valnr of IJHMtion ,r .r -- 3 o wiling, Henry F. Williams, Attorney for Company. CUD ra i PHilrrirk O. Horn, & Park Salt Lake and Park Pity. , YK DM i, y . ;j Oflire at U. P. Fxiiross, Salt Lake (Jitv, and the Po Ollier, Park City.