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H fl ! 6 The Salt Lake Tbebtote: Friday Mobxcntg. February 12. I9-'4. I
HL i . - .
II jM MILL FOR THE DIPPER
Te 8ft Equipped With a
. j. Concentrator,
j f MUCH ORE BL0CKEI OUT
I if Conditions In American Fork
l j;: .; (( Canyon,
j Camp of Many Triumphs Again Be-
I ( j I Ing Sought by Capital Much
! Developmont Promised.
I S I !
' ji I Immediately tlie trail is opened and
weather permits, said Leonard G.
; ' Hardy, manager of the Silver Dipper
I ' mine? In American Fork canyon, yes
I terday, the company ivill begin the In-
I ' slallntion oC a mill with which to con-
I I centrate the large volume of second-
j ) class ore which has heen blocked out
and which will bo made to afford a fine
; I commercial product. For this the com
pany has provided a fund, and while
j . the plant will not be the largest of a
cluster which is to be erected in 1904,
I i the foundation will provide for such
i i enlargements as the condition of the
! ore bodies shall Justify. In addition to
j the milling ores, that run quite well up
I - j in silver and lead and that might be
lit J profitably shipped without concentra-
; tion with more favorable facilities for
transportation, the company has devcl-
1 1 oped a nice quality of llrst-class ore
I that will be sent to market as soon as
1 , the roads shall permit.
I , A. great deal of activity In a region
I -which was productive of so many mll-
' ' lions in former days -when a line of
I , j railway was operated between It and
I 1 the main line without, when a smelter
I was In operation and the ores compared
I favorably with those of any camp in the
'I , State, is promised the present season,
. says Mr. Hardy. The Live Yankee.
' the Wild Dutchman ami a group of
ji others promise to reappear at the val
ley furnaces with an excellent class of
( .( ore, while many Salt Lake interests
. -which have been neglected for so long
i -will be under energetic development.
In Miller Hill, from which it is said
. that ores of the value of $13,000,000 have
, been extracted, much interest Is being
manifested by a number of mining
III , ' men, and with systematic effort, Mr.
' It i Hardy sees no reason why the camp
i j should not be made to exceed the reo
i " ' ord of former days.
I ' COL. TRUMBO ARRIVES,
J His Free Gold Mines Again in Hand
t J The De La Mar Interests.
( J j1 Col. Isaac Trumbo, who came in from
' j il Ban Francisco yesterday to inquire into
' '! Interests in American Fork canyon,
j ! j upon which development will be inau-
j . i' gurated as soon as the elements shall
' 1 1 1 decree, reports the properties of the
x, f Free Gold Mining company now out of
i i, the hands of the receiver and the
. ' courts, and the campaign now pointing
( j' 3 most profitable results. Meanwhile
, 1 I only the smaller of the mills is now in
I i operation, this on ore extracted -while
j I,!'; the mines are being put in condition for
,i active production with all the stamps
1 Of De La Mar's Bully Hill mines In
"I . I Shasta county, the Colonel says Hart-
j( -wig A, Cohen, their manager, assures
. , him that new work has added marvel-
, ously to their resources, while negotia-
, tions are now In progress, which. If suc-
, (cessful, -will add to the Captain's hold-
j" g ings in that locality. The Colonel also
I - k jiuj iiit: usaurance oi Dir. conen mat
4 the future of the Balaklala group,
' i ij -which has acquired such prodigious
J'i proportions under the direction of
I 'j; Grant Snyder, Is practically decided,
iji and that with furnaces it must become
J '! one of the most productive of Callfor-
" J mia's mines,
f Capt. De La Mar is also in San Fran-
. v cisco. whither he was drawn by the
( I pIxl million dollar lawsuit lodged against
j him by Blalco, and which is now in
1 i progress in the courts of that city.
i Col. Trumbo Is not a little interested
lljl, in the search for oil on the margins of
( the- lake, and conversant -with the bene-
t fits that have been derived by Califor-
' , nia from that Industry, admonlshco the
, people of Utah that they cannot be too
generous In their encouragement of Jo-
i cal undertakings In that field. With oil
and gas added to the mines and smel-
, tcrs, he readily detects how the city will
( be made to Increase its population with
an era of manufacturing to take firm
i . hold. The Colonel will remain several
I. j i THE NEWHOUSE SURVEY.
, J ( Engineer Street Returns After Run-
;r ning the Preliminary Lines.
! Gerald 13. Street, having concluded
J; ( i,: the preliminary survey for the branch
line of railway between Frisco and the
j I Kewhouse terminal and blazed the way
', i for the final survey by the San Pedro,
; j ( came up from the south yesterday
j j morning, having been preceded by Man-
J j ' ager Johnson of the Cactus group of
f ' mines, who had. as the guest of the
" San Pedro, made the pilgrimage to the
f J present terminus of Its tracks, thlrty-
J eight miles diBtant from Callentes. Mr.
; Johnson was assured by Manager Wells
I J , that work on the final survey out of
Frisco will begin next week, with con-
. struction to be dispatched. The run
l.h over the line to the front was a. most
I 1 delightful one, said Manager Johnson,
j j the speed attained by the special that
j l Hi ALL WALKS OF LIFE
" Herpicido Is TJsed to Cure Dandruff.
1:1 j E. VL Lyon, New York. N. T., says:
B-, I ' MI aTP- vc.ry fond f Hcrplclde and en-
It io U8lns IL lt Is refreshing."
i5l ..5r J' H- Buoh, Toledo, O., writes;
IV ?eiybroH Hcrplclde has given better
i IV satisfaction than anything I have over
H IJ used.
Bl Hi HerijTcldc-rkCy f Chadron- cb- says of
Hn l .Mlt Slcancd. my hcad of dandruff and
t fiopPcd. my hair from falling ouL It is
K' 11 V?1 romed' for dandruff I ever used.
H K i ''I? i h,avc U5cd a BTat many."
W' I S; Co'eman, Ann Arbor, Mich., bqvb:
PI i i1'6 P3led two bottles of Herpicide
01 1 nd derived bcneilt therefrom."
t8old by leading drugKlsts. Send 10c In
at times registered nearly sixty
miles an hour, leJUng of a perfect balast
for the entire distance and foretelling
a record between Zion and the City
of Angels that shan compare with
that of any Western line. He was as
tonished at the army of men with
which the construction company Is
prosecuting Ito work beyond Callentes-,
and It would not surprise him to see
trains operating over the entire dis
tance within a twelve-month. Just as
vigorous work is promised in the con
struction of the branch, from Frisco to
the Cactus mlne3, to the site of the
THE DAY ON 'CHANG-E.
A Long Winter Weighing Heavily on
the Local Broker.
For 523S0.75, which was yesterday
rattled, on the counters the investor
walked forth with packages containing
26,350 shares of stock, and yet, hi Bpots,
there was a rift of sunshine. Sacra
mento, which will reappear In the divi
dend column around the first of March,
moved gradually -up to 20 cents, with Its
neighbor, Con. Mercur, bringing 65
cents, while Tetro was pegged up to
3114 cents, with a fraction better held
out t,o it at the finish. Century rallied
on assurances of a new body of high
grade gold ore In its mines- at Park
Valley, and brought 80 cents-, although
it took a loss nt the close, while Lower
Mammoth brought 40 cents, with Star
Con. stationary at 15 cents. New York
was viciously assailed and hammered
down to 12V cents, with plenty of buy
ers drawing It In as it descended,
while Wabash, which enabled several
of those who pioneered lt into promi
nence to step out with money to burn,
was passed over the counter at 4 cents,
with May Day reduced to 6& cents, the
day closing on the followjng market!
1 A.M. Call. P.aTCall.
Bid. IAskcd.ll Bid. Aakcd.
AJax J. $ .06 5 $ .00
AHco 15 1G
B. -Bcck 1.00 1.00
13,-Llbcral .. .10 .1(TJ .10 .10H:
Carlsn 0S,t .10 .OSVi .10
Century 75 .7C',J .70 .77'
Creole .. 35 35
C. Mercur .. .51VA .55 -53U .57
Daly 2.10 2.27 2.10 2.27
Daly-Judgo . 3.60 3.70 3.65 3.75
galy West .. 3-1.00 31.75 34100 35.00
alton -.. ,00 . .. j
E.-ncrald (fii .03 ,01 i .02
B. & B. B.. .45 .70 .5716 -&0
Catena 07 07
G. aentra! .. 2.95 3.40 2.90 3.40
Horn Silver 1.00 1.C0 1.40
Tnrmt flia! ni7i MV. .0".
Joe B OO'Z .00 .OCM.a
Little Bell .. 1.10 1.75
Little Chief 03 .Oltf .01
L. Mam 39- .40 .38 .40
La Rclne 02 .04 .02
Mammoth -SO 1.25
Manhattan . 00 3-16 .00?;, .00 3-1C .0014
May Day .. .05$, .05 .05'i .051a
M. Wash. .. ,00?p .00 9-10 .WVK. .01
New York .12 J3& .104
Ontario 5.(0 0.00 4.75 6.00
Petro W14 .121$ .0714 -HV-j
R--H'stake 50 50
Sunshine 10 03
Swansea 10 40
So. Swansea ,01 .10 .05 .,
Sacramento . .10 .20 .10?i .20
Sliver King' Gl 00 C7.00
Star Con 15- .17 .15 .15
Silver Shield. .01 .03 02?j
Tetro 31 31 .32
U. States .... 19.75 22.00 20,25 22.0)
U. Sam Con.. ,211-i .23& .21 .23
Utah 46 .50 .45 .47
Victor 03 .06 .04 .051'j
Yankee Con..) MVA 40
Lower Mammoth. 200 at 40c.
Sacramento. 1600 at 201dc, buyer thirty
days, 500 at 19c.
Century, 50 at SOc
Joe Bowel's, 1000 at Vtc, buyer sixty days.
Manhattan. 3000 at lie
Martha Washington, 2000 at 9-lCc.
New York, 5(0 at 14c; 10) at 13c; 100 at
131AC; 400 at 13c; 1000 at 12aic; 1000 at 12ic,
seller slxtv days; 100 at 12Wc.
.Tetro. COb at 20c; 200 at 30fc; 1000 at 31c,
seller nlxty days; 500 at 3114c.
Shares sold, 13.1W.
Selling valuo, 51546.37.
Consolidated Mercur, 100 at 55c.
Star Consolidated. 500 at 15V4c: 1000 at
354c; 1000 at 15c; 500 at 15c, seller thirty
Wabnsh, 500 at 4c.
Shares sold, 30M. 0 ,
Selling value, $530.
Star Con.. 500 at 15c; 000 at 15c, seller
ten days; t-00 at 151-bC
Emerald, 1000 at 2c; 1000 at 21Sc; 2500
Tetro, 500 at 311&C-
Shares sold, G500.
Selling value, ft79.3$. ."
AJax, 5Cfl at 4c.
May Day, 500 a t 5c: 500 at 514c,
Sacramento. 1000 at 20c.
Star Con., SCO at lo?ic
Tetro, DM at 31Hc
Shares sold, 3100.
Selling value, $415.
Boston Copper Market.
Boston, Maps , Feb. 11. Copper stocks
wero oxccodlngly quiet today, but prices
wcro firm. Thcro Is a fair demand for
these shares around this level, but buy
ers ore not Jncllncd to reach for stocks.
Commission houses appeared with buy
ing orderH, but mostly below going prices.
Local securities wcro Inclined to be strong,
some of which wore moved up nearly 2
polqts, and thlB created a better feeling
generally, but the activity was mostly
confined to these shares. The market bc
camo a little more active during the last
hour and closed strong.
Shares. High. Low. Close.
Amalg'd 2.S05 $46.8714 f46.00 $46.8714
Bingham .... 332 20.1214 19.75 20.124
Mercur 250 .60 .55 .60
Daly West ... 1G5 34.3714, 34.25 34.25
U. S 1,703 20,75 20.25 20.G214
Utah &90 32 6214 32.00 32.62V4
Curb Boston, J5.0OS5.25.
BLACK DIAMOND'S FUTUHE.
Means With Which, to Continue De
velopments at Stockton.
Assured that the sinews; with which
to proceed with the systematic develop
mcn of the Black Diamond group of
mines at Stockton awaited him In In
diana, Mr. Dederlchs departed for that
State yesterday to remain about two
weeks. The properties of the company,
said Mr. Dederlchs, are ready to be
gin the reimbursement of Its share
holders with the expenditure of very
little more money, tho need of this to
simplify the outlet for ores already ox
posed in a half dozen portions- of the
territory without reference to those
that have been exposed by the long tun
nel in Its drive to Honerlne connections.
That these needs will be provided for,
Mr. Dederlcha, who has among his as
sociates some of the most prominent
of Indiana's citizens, has been assured.
On hi& return he will begin the reopen
ing of the ore bodies in the upper work
ings, thl3 to be followed by develop
ment off the tunnel level, which prom
ises so much.
Swindler in the Saddle.
F P. Swindler arrived in camp tester
day and took charge- as general superin
tendent of the Bambcrger-Dc La Mar
properties In Lincoln county. Tho gen
tloman's success In handling thesa prop
erties under Capt. Do La Mar is probably
one of tho causes that led Manager Bam-
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palaco,
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Augclus. B, F.
Gardner, 205 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
bcrger to obtain his services at this time,
says the De La Mar Lode The retiring
superintendent, F. A. Kolth, has under
great difficulties, brought the mine, mill
and power plant up to a. good statu of
cfficlcncq and retires with the esteem
nnd good will of all parties, For somo
time Mr. Keith has been anxious to go
to his new field of labor with John Hays
Hammond, and it Is gratifying to know
that with Mr. Swindler as his successor,
the future of the property and camp is
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
San Francisco, Feb. 11. Tho official
closing Quotations for mining stocks today
wcro as follows;
Andes $ -42 Mexican $1.(6
Belcher 32 Occidental Con . .81
B & B 1.B0 Ophlr .... 4.65
Bullion 06 Overman 27
Caledonia , .95 Potosl 10
Challcngo Con . .20 Savage 41
Chollur 19 Scg Belcher 05
Confldcnco .. ..1.05 Sierra Nov CS
C C & Va 1.75 Silver Hill Go
Con Imp 02 Standard 2.00
Crown Point ... .19 Union Con 93
Exchequer 11 Utah Con 20
G & C 4S Yel Jacket 19
I I & N 70
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....$ .10 Little Chief ....$ .07
Ahe- 15 Ontario 4.50
Brcoce 10 Oplilr 3.40
Brunswick Con . .0) Phoenix OS
Comslock Tun . .06 Potosl 10
C C & Va 1.40 Savage 25
Horn Sliver ... 1.20 Sierra Nov 42
Iron Sliver .... 1.50 Small Hopes ... .40
Leadvillc Con . .02 Standard 2.40
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 2.25 Osceola .. ..$55. TO
AIIoue . 4.00 Old Dom ... 9.25
Amalg'd 45.75 Parrot 23.50
Dalv West . 34.25 Qulucy .. So. 00
Bingham .... 19.75 S Fc Cop ... 1.50
C & H M35.OO544O.O0 Tamarack .. 102.00
Centennial .. 17.C0 Trinity .. .. 4.75
Conner R 40. CO US 2fl V'iA I
Dom Coal ... CS.OO Utah 32.25
Franklin . .. 8.60 Victoria 3 GO
Isle Royale.. 7.25 Winona .. .. 5.25
Mohawk .... 35.00 Wolverino .. 70.00
UNCLE SAM'S LESSON.
Splendid Product Being Obtained
From Low-Grnde Ores.
An exhibit which yesterday made Its
appearance In tho local offices of the
Undo Sam of Tlntlc affords a most In
structive lesson on what concentration Is
doing to promote the earnings of the com
pany. A label on a bottle of crude ore
certifies to tho presonco of 10 ounces sil
ver, 4.5 per cent lead and $1.40 gold per
ton, whilo the product from tho tables
over which this Is passed reveals from 45
to 72 ounces silver, 21 to 39 per cent lead
and from $3.80 to $5 gold per ton. It Is
from this that tho management Is at
present deriving a very satisfactory mar
gin and with a largo amount of It In
sight the shareholders are perhaps justi
fied In looking forward to bread-money In
short time. In addition to this tho com
pany has some lino shipping oro. as dem
onstrated in a recent carload for which
over $3000 was received
TO EQUIP TUNNEL.
Butler-Liberal to Dispatch 'Work
With Machine Drills.
At a meeting of Butlcr-Llberal directors
during the afternoon a committee was
authorized. to proceed at once with the In
stallation of a plant with which to equip
the new tunnel with power drills, this to
be done as soon as bids can bo obtained.
With this service, said Manager Jacobs
during tho day, tho tunnel can bo ad
vanced 300 feet a month and completed In
July, while at present and In the hard,
slllclous limestone three shifts arc making
.!. tWir-na fr.nl ,1nll., 1 t .. ...1. 1 1 . . 1.
una. iiiile ivv. uunj. iuuiiniuiu ui man
agement Is producing the means with
which to pay for tho driving of tho tun
nel, the gross earnings for last month ex
ANNIE LAUBIE BULLION.
Proceeds of Now Lot Come in During
Payment of Dividend.
While Cashier Ball of the Annlo Laurie
of Klmborly was yesterday dealing out
half-dollar dividends on 25.000 shares of
stock, to the treasury was being added
tho proceeds of another lot of gold bul
lion on which tho sub-treasury at New
York had Just made returns. Mcanwhllo
conditions at both mines and mill are
most satisfactory to tho management and
with tho reappearance of good weather It
Is not unlikely that an increase In tho
monthly distribution will be ordered.
"Where You Find It."
Copper deposits arc not confined to any
particular geological age, but occur in
rocks of almost any age and In many dif
ferent kinds of rock. The United Vcrdo
mine of Arizona Is In slaty and schistose
rocks, with limestone, all of pre-Cambrlan
age. Thoso of Butte. Mont., are in gran
ite; those of Missouri aro In Carbonifer
ous HmcBtone; thoso of Bingham district,
Utah, arc In porphyry and limestone;
thoso of Cananea in similar formations.
Many copper deposits aro In diabase and
dlorltc, or schists altered from , thoso
rocks. Tho copper deposits of Paradox
mountains, Colorado, are in standstonc.
Copper also occurs In serpentine and In
quartz parphyry, says the Mining and
Scientific Pree3 of San Francisco.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers wore recorded on the San
Francisco stock board as follows on Tues
day: MacNamara, 3000 at 23tfi0c; Mon-tana-Tonopah.
0 at $1.401.37, 30) at
$1.40, buyer thirty days; Ray & O'Brien
1000 at 6c. seller thirty days; Esperanza,
2250 at lc; Rescuo, 10 at Cc; Belmont, 40)
at C6f65c: North Star, 100 at 35c; Tono
pah, 200 at $6, 100 at $6, seller fifteen days:
Midway, 1700 at 45643c.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells It.
Wagemaker filing devices, card index
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
It N, Lewis, Prop,
ON QUINCY'S LEDGE
New .Ores in Sensational
VALUES ARE HIGH UP
Silver and Lead With Copper
Splendid Condition in Channel From
Which So Many Dividends Have
The physical condition of Daly West
of Park City was never more gratifying,
said Ernest Bamberger, assistant gen
eral manager of the bonanza, on his re
turn from camp, notwithstanding the
disposition of the street to discount
whatever may be said In commendation
of anything, no matter what Its merits.
The most important of recont develop
ments Ib, perhaps, that which has been
prosecuted on what Is known as the
Quincy chute, on which the winze from
the 400-foot level has dropped down
continuously in ore of excellent quality
for 200 feet, the stopes showing widths
from fifteen to twenty feet, with but
one wall exposed, while the contents
are affording an average of 55 ounces
silver, about 27 per cent lead and 2 per
cent copper, with Its auriferous values
hovering, n& usual, afbund the dollar
mark. Upon this channel between the
stations under consideration the man
agement knows it has over 200 feet of
storing ground, while at the bottom,
said Mr. Bamberger, the ores arc
dipping down with an energy which
justifies a conviction that the splendid
channel will continue to great depths,
as have the nelghborincr ones In the
same property. From the properties Is
coming the usual volume of ore for the
mill, the usual tonnage of first class
which reaches the furnaces un
laundered. To fathom the territory at
depths even greater than those already
attained sinking will bo the feature of
the season's campaign, and much that
shall Instruct the student whilo con
tributing to the needs of the share
holder Is promised.
BUSY IN NEW YORK.
Mr. Newhouse Arranging for Ag
gressive Campaign at Cactus.
A bulletin from New York announces
the arrival in that city of Samuel New
house, and foretells- his departure for
tho West the last of the present month.
Meanwhile his offices In the East
have become the rendezvous for railway
and smelter ofllclals who are co
operating with him In the equipment of
tho Cactus group of mines- out of Frisco.
Before coming West Mr. Newhous-a will
visit Boston, where he will confer with
Directors Abercrombie and Schirmcr on
matters affecting the Boston Con., and
news concerning the concentration of
Us second-claBs ores will no doubt be
released on his arrival.
FBANK KEITH TO VICTOR.
Will Report in Colorado Under His
It was learned during the day that
Frank Keith, who recently accepted a
position on the staff of John Hays
Hammond, has been requested to report
at Victor, Colo., as soon as he has been
no hujui iiiiciiueiu ul iae .Bam
berger gold mines at De La Mar, Nev.
From this it Is Inferred that Mr. Keith
is to be attached to Hammond corps
at Stratton's Independence, and It was
this assignment of Mr. Keith, perhaps-,
which recently misled the News
of Denver In Its exploitation of Presi
dent David Keith of Park City as the
next general manager of the Indepen
dence. They are both able miners
but President Keith of the King has too
much to occupy his time to even think
of competing a younger gentleman of
the same name.
BOOM AT GOLDFIELD.
Excitement Over Recent Discoveries
Increasing Every Hour.
A letter from a prominent mining
man of Tonopah, Nev.. to a local broker
says developments now being made and
results achieved at the new camp of
Goldfleld would Indicate that the boom
over there has but begun, whilo on
Gold Mountain, another of the camps
by which Tonopah is surrounded, a
most sensational discovery In the
Louise fraction is attracting much at
tention to that camp. From the latter
a shipment of thirty tons of ore will be
marketed at an early day which prom
ises to verify all that has been claimed
for the region. Adjoining the Louiso is
the property of the Tonopah-Eastern
Mining company, controlled by a Salt
Lake crowd, and much local Interest Is
manifested In developments on the
former. The writer reports conditions
at Tonopah Improving steadily, with the
railroad promising to materially enliven
them the present season.
RED WING EXTENSION.
Report of President on Conditions
During Past Year.
In a circular addressed to the share
holders of the Red Wing Extension
Mining company, E, McCarrick, presi
dent of the organization, shows that
during the year there has been expend
ed on the development of its Bingham
possessions over $33,000, with a balanco
of $066.67 In the treasury, without refer
ence to over 13.000 shares of treasury
stock. In the Incline which is being
sent down on the property there has
been uncovered ore, some of which re
veals as much as 27 per cent lead, with
values in copper, gold and silver, while
In the upper workings Is now exposed
over 60,000 tons that will net at least
?3.50. with equipment for its reduction
on the ground All of this has been de
veloped In the prospecting of about six
acres of ground, while there remains
unexplored 114 acres, which, should it
respond as generously as has that
which has been explored will be pro
ductive of enormous tonnages. In tho
A Vile Disease lOi
Contagious Blood Poison has wrecked more lives and ft&feL
caused more misery and suffering than all other diseases i!It
combined. Some are inclined to treat it lightl', but these
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Contagious Blood Poison not only metes out punishment HjHiiQl
to the one who contracts it, but others may become inno- "
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ease through inheritance. If nant typo of chronic blood troublo. Altar tryiner
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puny and sickl"-, made miser- taking lt my wolpht lncronsed nnd my health
able by disgusting Sores and improvod In evory way. 8. A. WRIGHT,
Skin eruptions. Under the 203 Porrysvllle Ave. Allegheny City, Pa.
mercury and potash treatment all signs of infection may disappear, but leave
off these minerals and you soon find out the poison is still' alive and you are
just as bad off as ever. S. S. S. is -the only antidote for Contagious Blood
Poison. It destroys the virus completely without
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THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO.? A TLANTA, GA.
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Incline water has made Its appearance
and Is Increasing In a manner which
encourages the belief that there will be
sufficient to meet the requirements of
a concentrator. With this equipment,
the property should soon be furnishing
Its own sinews. Mr. Carrlck's work has
been Intelligent and conservative, and
the shareholders are Justified In con
gratulating him upon present condi
tions at the mines.
ADVANCE IN SILVER.
White Metal Pegs Up a Gain of
Eleven Points During Day.
War as an elixir for the diggings as
serted itself again yesterday when sil
ver registered an advance of eleven
points, or 1 cents over the market that
ruled the previous day, while local
prophets are all relying on those by
which the metal market is ruled for
additional gains. To Utah, which Is
quite near the head In the roster of sil
ver producers, yesterday's gains are
equivalent to a dividend or two, while
the outlook cannot but stimulate the
An Interesting Situation, Notwith
standing Market's Tendency.
Ilaydcn, Stone & Co. of Boston, in their
weekly market letters, say:
"The tendency of the copper market Is
lowor. Homo demand Is very unsatisfac
tory, despite the fact that exports for the
last two months aggregate over 41,000
tons. The production of copper Is steadi
ly Increasing, and the outlook for higher
prices Is not very promising. The copper
industry of the country has assumed such
largo proportions that It requires a com
bination of both domestic and foreign de
mand in simultaneous action to provide a
complete outlet for the supplies regularly
coming to market from the various min
"It Is evident that producers do not In
tend to carry their output, and that they
will sell their copper as soon as possible
niter it Is mined nnd refined. If domestic
trade were at the maximum, with the
present unusual large foreign exports, the
copper market would bo in a much dif
ferent condition. Still, the situation is an
unusually interesting one; and, should
steady buying by homo consumers com
mence, the entire tono and trend of tho
market would change at once, for com
paratively small stocks arc now being
Ore nnd Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to SC3.300,
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, S23.-100;
gold bullion, $12,000; gold, silver, lead
and copper ores, ?27.900.
In the metal market silver ruled at
5SVa cents an ounce, lead at ?3.50 per
hundred pounds and casting copper at
11 cents a pound.
The Grand Central reached the Bing
ham Con.'s furnaces yesterday with three
more carloads of ore.
The Alpine of Nevada settled for a car
load of oro during the day on controls re
voaling 250 ounces silver and -10 per cent
Harry Joseph, manager of tho Carlsa,
Silver Shield and others, was In New
York yesterday hobnobbing with tho mul
timillionaires. James Kennclly is scheduled to lcavo
for Nevada again tho present week to
continue his good work on tho margins of
tho San Pedro.
E. W. Griffiths loft for Alta vostcrday
to participate In an examination of min
ing properties for which prominent Mich
igan investors aro negotiating.
Arrivals from Tintic report tho Grand
Central's new oro body on tho north com
paring favorably with the palmiest days
of the Butterlly stope, while an impres
sion prevails that the company will be
gin the distribution of dividends again in
Tho management of tho Tetro of Tln
tlc had three cars of oro on yesterday s
market that contained 30 ounces silver
and 31,5 per cent lead per ton.
A letter from Willis McCornlck, who Is
now In Paris, Eays tho war nas practical
ly overcome all lntorest in Siberian min
ing enterprises, no matter what their
Broker Roth left for Alta yesterday
morning to Inquire into interests In that
camp that had been commended to him
and that threatened to get away In the
absence of quick action.
W. 11. Tremaync, the assaycr, yesterday
marketed another lot of ore from tho
properties being operated by him and
others at Battle Mountain, Nev., on con
trols showing 20 per cent copper, with
somo silver and gold.
Tho directors of the Utah of Deop creek
mot in regular session during tho after
noon to revel over the sale of twenty-six
tons of ore that brought the company
J32C0. The more gratifying is that when
this lot was raised tho superintendent
still had something to follow up.
T . 5 Cnfnv nt fh Rnstnti Pj-in 'a "Rln'r.
ham forces was among the visitors from
camp during the day. Ivir. Catcs Is a
graduate of the Boston School of Tech
nology and with opportunities held out to
hirn at Bingham Is adding to his attain
ments a knowledgo of practical mining
In all its phases
The Oriental Utah Mining and Milling
company, organized at Scofleld, Carbon
county, filed articles of Incorporation in
tho office of the Secretary of State yes
terday. Tho company is capitalized at
$40,000. and will dovelop some mining
properties In tho Ncbo Basin district of
Sanpete county. The capital stock Is di
vided Into 100.000 shares ot the par value
of $1 each. J. S. McNcal Is president of
the company: Thomas Kclter. vice-president;
H. C. Lee, secretary; Nell M, Mad
sen, treasurer, and Anthon Madscn, manager.
Chicago Contractor Fails.
Chicago, Feb. 1L A receiver was ap
pointed today for John C. Lobsteln, Jr.,
a contractor. Liabilities, $100,000: assets.
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