UTAH PRODUCERS. A Summnary of the Business done In Mining Circles. The past week was a (mite one in mining circles, but t-e activity has I been lair. Ore is coming into the Valley Val-ley freely, and the clean-ups of mills and smelters having In en made, tiie numon output win now he increased. The receipts of ore and bullion for the week ending the liuth ult., inclusive, have been to the total value of 171,-G0!).r0, 171,-G0!).r0, of which 81.218.13 was bulli .n and $'.(3,35)1.37 was ore. For the previous previ-ous week the receipts were to t value of $li;3.7'.(4.ti.S in total, of which '3,.V).;.-oO '3,.V).;.-oO was in ore and 880,238.18 was 1:1 bullion. bul-lion. Fine bar receipts during the week were to the value of .i20,78-t; l.i.l-j lion, $24,88-1.13; refined had, i8,2ti'(. The product of tin- Ontario f-r tne week was: In ore sales, $1.U.'7.8 ( ; bullion, 20.784.21 ounces; a total approximately, ap-proximately, of $315,822 .08. The I'aiv output for the same time w .s i7,i'.,3.7-). and the Horn Siivcr continues i:s ore S;iles at good liguies. The ore rtcipt- for the week Wi re -?03,38 1.37, and the total receipts of ore and bullion $174,-!' 6(H). During the week two incorporations were made Ihe Monte Cris o Mining and .Milling company, capital stock 51. 000,0'jo, and the L'liij J..v, w.th a capital niock of $2.(M(i,i,00. Tne propel prop-el ty of the loriner is situated in Ki'atr county and that of tiie latter in an un-organivd un-organivd mining ills. ii,t, formerly known as Washington uLstrict, i;i Louver Lou-ver county. iie Ualton uol 1 Mining cornpat.v will have its stock listed in tiie ex" change in a few d ys. Tin- capital is ol'O.'iiill snares at j er share. 1 1 is staled on tiie best of autlioritv that the Ta lor and Uruntoti Sampling j Work.- con jiaiiv of Aspen, Colo., have purchased uround at II iiLiliam Junction Junc-tion and have ordered timber and machinery ma-chinery for the consti ui tion of the largest sampling works in Ameiica ai that J oint.