CACHE'S FUTURE. It Is noted that In a 20 foot miuiuK tunnel north of Ogdcn a 1'- foot vein of molybdenum has, been discovered. This is a raic metal commanding an exceedingly good value. Months ago a gentleman In Cache valley who has done some little work iri analysis said that he was certain that In the mountains moun-tains east of us molybdenum could be found In paying quantities. Since thai time, Prof. Peterson, geologist at the A. C. of U, reported a Unci of molybdenite at the Hodges mining property 'ust on ttie other side of the mountains At that place a considerable consider-able quantity of tills valuable metal had been run out on the dump as woithless Now comes this latest re-pott re-pott from a point but a short distance south of us. With the showing that is made here so far as out croppings of mineral Is concerned and the better appearance of eacli prospect as depth is attained, it can hardly be doubted that some day, some prospector will tap the vein that will bring riches to himself and a great growth to Cache valley Rich ore nottli of us, great mines south of us, millions from the mountains a few hundred miles cast, and fabulous riches from the country adjoining us on Hie west, It can hardly hard-ly be possible that nature failed to leave some of her treasure here. Willie Cache is making progress with licr mining prospects but slowly, we believe that It is good to be here, for it is possible that In some 'way, some day the people of this valley will see the advisability of pooling Interests In-terests and demonstrating whether or not Cache can be made another Bingham, Bing-ham, or perchance a Manhattan.