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H " I fc . TELE SAXiT T;AKF. H0BTOO3: SUNDAY MORNTNTG-, MAX 1, 1904, C
I flTiTMine, of Prospect, of Furnace, and oiTj
I; Value of Ore Produced
! : $ye,, .
i Copper for April Roaches the
I I Great Total of 4,300,-
I Profitable Month, in. Many - of the
loading Mines in the Various
, DECIDEDLY sral frying showing
; fk Is mado of , Ihc pcrform
ancc of the mines of tho sfatc for
both the week and the month that
ended -with yesterday, the ore and bul
, lion settlements approaching- 52,000.000
I1 for tho month and the copper product
reaching the magnlilcant showing1 of
l.SOO.O'Jl pounds, bringing1 the total in
! value for that time close to $3,000,000.
1 Yesterday's ore and bullion settlements
j ' amojinted to $72,000. The settlements
, for the week reached a total of $472,000,
' "while tho figures for the month reached
' tho excellent showing presented by $1,
S2S.S0O. Some Encouraging Figures,
i On the metal market silver ruled at
1 cents an ounce, lead at $3.50 per
300 pounds and casting copper at lk
1 ' cents a pound Tho coper output from
j ihe Independent smelters Is docldcdly
gratifying both for the week and tho
1 month. Tho week's output aggregates
3,210,624 pounds, divided a3 follows:
' 1 Bingham Con., 131.2C5 pounds; Utah
Con.. 3C1.710 pounds; United States,
j 216,301 pounds. The grand total for the
. month Is measured by 3,210,524 pounds.
To this should be added to obtain tho
1 output of tho State in pounds, the pro
duct from the American Smelting And
1 1 Refining company, estimated at about
850,000 pounds, hut tho money value o
this copper Is included in the regular
ore and bullion, settlements. To these
I totals should also be added the output
from tho Utah and Eastern smelter
ft, near St. George, which Is probably 240,
V V 000 pounds, and the value of which is
, not included in the 010 and bullion
A number of mines of the State, the
I I ores from which arc sold to Independent
! ( 1 buyers, aro not Included in the totals
given, so that the ore and bullion sales,
including the copper from the Ameri
can smelter will aggregate close to ?2,
l .. 1 000,000, while the copper from tho In
'! dependent concerns, aggregating 3,450,
( H2-1 pounds, will bring from $750,000 to
$1,000,000, making the total output of the
l' Stato for the month of the precious
. metals approach very comfortably, to
the $3,000,000 marlc
j Some Velvet Given Out.
Profits from nine Utah mines wero
distributed during the month of April
j, in the way of dividends to the extent
f I of $269,000. The properties contributing
1 to the total and the amount of the sev-
oral distributions follow;
j Daly West J1T7.C00
11 Silver King , -100,000
1 Grand Central 23,000
I Annio Laurlo , 32.C0O
,1 ' Sacramento .. 5,000
1 . Century . 1... 5,000
1 South Swansea 3.000
, i Salvator 2.C-00
Vtah of Fish Springs 1,000
I STAR CONSOLIDATED
' j TAKES ON NEW LIFE
' The Star Consolidated property at
Tintlc will bo subjected to a thorough
'i nnd systematic sampling under tho new
I J management, tho work to begin at once.
It is well known that therd is a large
" tonnago of low-grade ore carrying-silver
and gold In various parts of the
mine, the values of which average
about $12. On account of the indifferent
I values practically no ore of this clas3
has been moved. It is now tho lnten
1' tion to arrive as nearly as possible at
the extent and value of this stuff and
I if possible to obtain a definite contract
, whereby it can all be marketed, which
1 move, In addition to bringing a revenue,
ivllj relieve the congester condition of
the workings. It is estimated by con
1 Eervatlvo authorities that there are In
the neighborhood of 150,000 tons of this
stuff on the dump and on the various
1 ! levels and in tho tunnel above tho col
lar of the shaft.
I) j AMERICAN FLAG LOOKS
i j GOOD TO C. L. R00DV
, I ,
, ; While at Park City Thursday, C. D.
! .11 Rood mado a casual inspection of tho
4 American Flag property, viewing the
., r 700 and the 1000-foot levels. Mr. Rood
y states that tho property is being' main-
t 1 ' talned In admirable condition, that tho
' , ( veins are well defined with a line show-
f 'j lng of ore, much of which is of cxcccd-
I Ingly. high grade. "While considerable
A of the ore Is being taken from the mine
I )l in sacks tho work of development is
,1 Ij being carrier on actively on both the
If J; levelB that were inspected.
f ' J Strike in Utah Apex.
HPl W Manager TV. C. Orem of the Utah
,3 Apex property at Bingham reports an
j ) important strike having been made in
i, I, that property yesterday. TVhllo no as-
'in raya harl yet been obtained, he stated
Hi vj that it Indicated from appearance a dc-
,1 cldedly heavy percentage of copper. The
l ' ' llnd is jpno foot In width and it situated
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON- Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Contes.
LOS ANGELES Tho Anselua, B. F.
Gardner, 305 Sprint; Street. x
NEW YORK "Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, AHtor I-Toubc.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Pnxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland HotoL
ST. LOUIS-Plantcrs'. Southern.
SAN FRANCISCO Palace.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON TVIUard. Rnlolgh.
In the Parncll tunnel some 400 feet from
Its mouth and about the same dlstanoe
from the surface, measured by tho dip
of tho vein.
Some Changes in Officers.
NTDTV YORK, April 30. At a meeting
of tho board of directors of the Green
Consolidated Copper company held to
day, the resignations of Anson TV.
Burchard, II. S. Black, Frank H. Ray,
Edwin Healy and John TV. Gates as di
rectors, were presented and unani
mously accepted and the following
were elected to fill the vacancies:
George L Robins, C. E. Randolph, Galon
I. Stone. Gilbert Brooks and "William
i Utah Copper Company.
TRENTON, N. J.. April 30. The
Utah Copper company, capitalized at
$4,500,000 was Incorporated here today
for the purpose of mining and selling
copper, gold, silver, etc.
Incorporators: K. McLaren, Jersey
City; S. Penrose, Colorado Springs; C.
M. McNeil, Colorado Springs.
DAY AND MONTH
ON THE EXCHANGE
The day on the mining exchange
witnessed transactions that were meas
ured by the sale of 14.124 shares, for
which $7,555.37 was paid. The sales of
tho week amounted to 102.11G shares and
brought $55,362.37. During the month
the sales aggregated 345,367 shares, the
total payments for which reached $169,
8S6.35. The week has been devoid of striking
features and the tone of tho market
has not varied perceptibly from the
week previous. Daly West sold yester
day at about $22, as against $23 a week
ago, while within the week the price of
that stock approached $25. Daly Judge
yesterday called for $4.50 and $5 a share,
a gain of about a half dollar during tho
week. Daly remained stationary at
Yesterday's -quotations and sales fol
low: I Bid. Asked.
AJax '. $ .15U $ .13
Bullion-Beck .. , 1.10 .1.75
Butlcr-Llbcral ....t )2&
Carisa 06 .08
Century 7314 .75
Consolidated Mercur 31 .34
Daly 2.47', 2.50
Daly-Judge ; 4.C0 5.00
Daly West. 21.75 22.00
Edglo & Blue Bell... 50 .75
Grand Central 4.43 4.51
Horn Silver !1.00 1.60
Ingot 00 .01
Llttlo Bell 1.00
Little Chief 01& .02$
Lower Mammoth ' .20
La Rclno 05 .07
Manhattun .. f .00 3-1G
May Day .... .054 .05
Martha WaBhlngton OOri .00&
Montana-Tonopah 1.50 1.75
New York 13 -14
Ontario 3.60 5. CO
Pctro 01 .00
Sunshine " .06
Sacramento 16 .101
Silver IClng C2.00
Star Consolidated 13 . .lti
Silver Shield 0J .03
Tetro 25 .25
United States 20.00 D).75
Uncle Sam Consolidated 17?i ,18i
Utah 42 .64
Yankee Consolidated 35 .40
Daly West, 2-1 at $22.10; 10 at $22.07; 20
at $22.05; 35 at $22.
Grand Coutrnl, 100 at $4.43.
Lower Mammoth, 700 at 20c.
May Day, 1000 at &Vlc.
Sacramento, 100 at 16c; COO at 16i4c; COO
Uncle Sam Consolidated, 100 at 18c; 100
Martha Washington, 2000 at lc; 700 at ;4c;
2500 at'aic. '
New'York, 700 at 15c; 100 at 14c; 400 at
Totro. 500 at 23c; 1500 at 25y4c.
Shares sold, 11.C93.
Selling value, S3455.12.
Carisa, 300 at 6c.
Daly. 100 at $2.47. .
Daly-Judge, 10 at $1.50; 60") at $5, ecller
Daly Yrest, 25 at $22.10; 75 at $22.
Lower Mammoth, .400 at 20c
New York, 500 at 15c.
Sacramento, 600 at lCUc, buyer sixty
Shares sold, 24.13.
Selling value, $4100.25.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, April CO. Tho offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today wero as follows:
Alta .. ., .'$ .07 Halo & Nor..,. .05
Andes 24 Justice 10
Belcher .25 Mexican 2.15
Best : Belcher. 1.60 Occidental-C ... .82
Bullion 09 Ophlr 5.75
Caledonia 00 Overman S2
Challenge C 17 Potosl 20
Chollar 24 Savago 36
Confldcnco &3 Seg Belcher 10
C C & Va.. .... 1.60 Sierra Nov 57
Con Imperial ... .02 Silver Hill 5S
Crown Point ... .IS Union Con 76
Exchequer 2S Utah Con ....... .11
Gould Si Curry.. .24 Yellow Jacket .. .22
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .20 Little Chief .05
Allco 35 Ontario .. ...... 3.75
Brecco 10 Ophlr , 5.50
Brunswick C ... .01 Potol IS
Comatock T 09 Savugo 33
C C &z Va 1.55 Slorra Nov 65
Horn Silver ... 1.35 Small Hopes ... .15
Iron Silver 1.75 Standard 2.00
Leadvlllo C 02
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure .-....$ 2 00 Mohawk $10.75
Alloucx 5.00 Mont C & C. 2.C2
Amalgamated .. 48.25 Old Dom 12.75
Am Zinc 10,00 Osceola 56.00
Atlantic 7.50 Parrot 23.50
Blngharn 21.00 Qulncy 2.50
C & H 46off.163.00 Shannon 8.00
Centennial .. ,, 19,50 Tamarack .... 53.00
Cop Rango 110.60 Trinity 3.87
Daly TVest 22.00 U S Mining,... 20,12
Dom Coal 65.0) U S Oil 9,37
Franklin 7.60 Utah 33.62
Grancy 4.00 Victoria 7 3.00 "
Ialo Royalo 7. 00 Winona 0.00
Mush Mining ... 4.00 "Wolvorlne.. .. 71.00
OF NEVADA ORE
J. V. Brooks Claims to Havo a Great
Property Near Freiburg,
AS fine a display of ore samploft as
one would wish to sec, both on
account of their size and the va
riety and richness of their con
tents, Is bolng. shown by J. V. Brooks
of Freiburg, Nov., at the office of B. T,
Lloyd"" in the D. F. "Walker building.
These ores were taken from a group of
sixteen claims, the property of Mr.
Brooks, and which he has held and de
veloped for the past flvo yeara. The
ground is locuted in the northwest part
of Lincoln county, Homo sixty mllca
from Callcntcs and to tho north of Frei
Mr. Brooks's mission to Salt Lake is
to interest capital In assisting him to
erect reduction works and a smelter for
treating these ores. The locality cov
ored by theso claims, says Mr. Brooks,
Is highly mineralized and the veins aro
well defined, tho oro making on con
taota with lime, porphyry, granlto and
quartz encasing tho veins.
Tho extent of the mineralized coun
try is measured by about two and a
half miles each way, and tho mineral
bearing veins are so frequent as' to re
quire and justify development work on
each of the sixteen claims and upon
four of them two shafts have been
sunk. Mr. Brooks clnlms good values
has been found on every one of the
claims. The development work has
consisted of shafts entirely, the deepest
of which has reached a depth of 120
feet. The showings include tho four
prevailings metals, gold, silver, copper
and lead, and they present themselves
In wonderful variety and richness.
A ten-pound specimen of quarts
showing gold to the naked eye was tak
en from a four-foot ledge. Then there
Is galena approaching the chemically
pure stuff and carrying silver values to
the extent of several hundred ounces to
tho ton. The copper specimens come
from a forty-two Inch vein and Include
both carbonates and oxides that carry
from 40 to 60 per cent of the red metal,
with reasonable values In silver and
gold. Then there are sliver chlorides
and sand carbonates whose appearance
indicates more than ordinary wealth,
and these are Bupplomented with crys
tallzed lead carrying silver In liberal
Mr. Brooks states that there is an
abundance of water and an almost In
exhaustible supply of timber for fuel
In the neighborhood of his holdings, and
he Is confident that in these grounds
are the contents when developed and
treated to materially Increase the mine
products of that already famous county.
Review of Tintic-v
The Tlntic Miner In reviewing' its dis
trict for the week says:
Jesse Knight was lh town Monday
for a few hours. Mr. Knight stated
that It is his intention to consolidate
tho La Relno and tho Bullion-Beck
tunnel as soon as the present La Relne
assessment Is paid in and the company's
Indebtedness, which amounts to $2500
Is discharged. Ho believes that the big
ledge hi which the cave occurs In the
tunnel will be productive of good ore
below, and Is satisfied that it Is the
Bame ledge on which La Roine was
preparing to sink when ho purchased
the control of the mine. Mr. Knight and
tho few other shareholders In the Sal
vator, an adjoining claim, divided $2000
of surplus earning Saturday, the result
of a couple of month's work by leasers.
Mr. Knight left Tuesday for his new
mining venture in Nevada, sixty miles
west of Frisco, Utah.
The new hoist for the Tetro arrived
Monday,- and Is now being set at the
top of the shaft In the tunnel. Until
It Is working, no ore can be taken out.
TVe understand that the shaft will be
dropped down now, and tho ore body
proven up at depth- Six cars havo
been shipped during April, from which
the company realized $5000.
The Eureka Hill will commence hoist
ing ore tomorrow, and on Sunday morn
ing the once familiar roar of (he mill
will lbe heard again. The force at the
mine and mill will be Increased by the
addition of about fifty men.
Beaver County Notes,
The following Beaver county mining
news is taken from the Mllford Times:
An old land mark of the Star district
was moved to town this week by An
gus Buchanan. It was the cabin built
by Hays Cook, tho famous prospector,
nearly thirty years ago, and In which
he lived for eo many years.
The Beacon is being put in shape for
the extraction of ore and some fine
copper has already been taken out for
shipment. It is the Intention to sink
the shaft and extend the working to a
point underneath thl oro body, so that
tho work can bo carried on more ex
peditiously. D. S. Taegart of kthe Orecon Short
Line freight department came down,
last Saturday to visit the Black Rock
mine, in which he is Interested. He,
found conditions most encouraging and
It is likely that some important de
velopment work will be done on thin
property during tho present season.
Foreman Boll of the Honrlchson
property, near Copper Gulch, passed
through Sunday night on his Way to
Salt Lake. He states that a lot of fine
ore has been taken out from the recent
strike, but It'lll not be Bhlpped until
tho railroad extension la completed
around to Newhouse. The ore Is most
ly galena, somo of it carrying 75 por
If J. T. McAulay and C. T. Martin
get much oro of tho same grade aB that
recently taken from their Pino Grovo
mine and sent to Salt Lake to be tested
their fortunes are made. This Bample
showed tho prcsenco of 1480 ounces of
silver to the ton. Ore. of this grade is
scattered through the vein In kldnoys,
tho balance of the vein being of a
profltablo grade. There Is even' Indi
cation that thl3 mine will bo a win
ner. J. TV. Mctcalf of Scofield, who has
been working the McKlnloy group In
tho Granite ranee, camo to town last
Sunday with somo rich samples from a
vein that has Just been opened on that
property. Tho croup consists of nino
claims, located at the hoad of Ranch
canyon. Mr. Mctcalf and his associates,
A. H. and H. H. Earll of Scofield, have
owned tho ground for flvo years, but
tho claim upon which tho strike was
made was-located last January. They
startod to sink on tho vein, but It
pinched a few feet below the surface.
Now, at a depth pf thirty feet, It has
come In good and strong and there aro
three feet of fine quartz, some of which
shows free gold, and which assays $30
In gold, 15 per cent copper, 30 ounces,
silver and 5 per cent lead. The vein is
a contact between grnnito and lime and
can be traced for a loner distance.
Mr. Metcalf left for his homo at Sco
field, where'he will make arrangements
for the further development of tho
property. It la the Intention to install
a whim and sink an incllno on tho vein.
Boston Copper Market.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass., April 30. Absolutely
nothing doing In copper Btocks today.
Hero and there a trade was mado, but
many stocks fall to show a transaction.
Tho tono. If anything, shows strength.
Local seourltl03 contlnuo In good demand.
Hornblowor & Weeks', brokers, 63 Stato
street. Boston, and 10 TVall strcat. New
York, furnish tho following quotations:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated . .465 $4S.37 $43.25 $43.37
Daly TVest 22.50
Mercur 35 . 35
Utah 75 33.62
Unltod States ..!. .. 20.25 20.12 ,
Curb Boston, $6.0036.25.
At the Taylor & Brunton sampler yes
terday seven cars of oro were received
from Tlntic and a,car of gold-bearing
slag arrived from the Annie Laurie.
TV. A. Taylor, a mine operator of Tln
tic, and a former attache of The Trib
une business olllce Is making occasional
stops In Salt Lake.
Henry Jones has returned from the
Teton range, near Jackson's Hole,
TVyo., where ho mado an examination
of a mining property for Salt Lake par
ties. Word has been received from the
Eastern officials of the, Shawmut com
pany that they will not be here beforo
the 15 of May. Anticipating their ar
rivals this week, tho Shawmut property
hatf been unwatered and put In order
for Inspection. Superintendent Dar
renogue. acting on the postponement,
has suspended pumping. Bingham
A consignment of Utah Copper com
pany concentrates marketed this week
contained 40 per cent copper, $10 gold
and five ounces silver per ton, accord
ing to mill assays reported by Superin
tendent Janney. The Utah appears to
be on the list with the very few mines
In the world that have not had their
resources overestimated. Its ore has
steadily Improved In value, until tho
average product is now decidedly bet
ter than was thought it would be. That
tho company will soon make a move to
greatly Increase Its operations there
can be no doubt. Bingham Bulletin.
1 Pembroke Soils Them.
TVagemakcr modern bookcases. See
I hem. ,
The Queen of the May
Must havo a properly-attired escort.
We run a finishing school for well
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
160 Main St.
JOHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
O. Boi 633. Salt Lake (Bty.
Every lover of the Beautiful should visit our Mantel ,
j-p. Department to partake of tho Beauty feast thoro exhib- j
ffij1 Another carload of Modern Mantel makers' latest
g, conceptions, havo just been added to our already un-
g matchablo display, giving us by far the grandest array
ig wo have over shown.
It's worth your while coming to see this new ex- - jp
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Everything in Hardware
42-44-46 West Second South.
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ON THE POPULAR I
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f tow York, Gibraltar, Naples,
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! DA5 Springs and Denver 2:15 p.
TW m. today and arrlvcc Kansas City :
T t 'at -9:35 a. m. tomorrow. Supper
, " t ' and breakfast are served In tho
N 4 Diner.
Connections are mado for all
: ' y points southeast and east at the
' Kansas City Union Station. Night ,
i train for Kansas City leaves Den
ver 9 p, m.
t 1 . E. DRAKE, Dist. Pass.Agent
tfcj TrW. Pass. Agent.
i c v Salt ako city Utah.
f A. H. MOPPET, j
Gen'l Agent, Denver.
I -This Spring? '
If you are, it will pay you .to 1
write 'me.- I ean probably save you m
money. I have been in the passen- m
ger business thirty .years, all of it . If
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LeTil, Juab. Mllford, Frtnco, i pii
CsJlontea rctid lntermedlati 1 ib
points 5j55-' b'
From Provo Lohl, Fatrfleld, 3
Mercur and Sanpst Valley If!
P.y. polnta ..-....:, tCj j J
Frpm Silver Cfty. Mammoth. J E
Eureka, Stockton, Tooalo ana ?
and Garfleld Boaeh 55 at
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Dally Fallman Bnffot Bloeplair cvu
Vlca bctvefirt Salt Iiuke, Jdllforl UoiZ 'Jl
and Callsnte-i, f
Direct Htngs conrrectlono for aB bmJ
olatrlota In sonthora Utah and Nti5k ,
City Tlciot Office, 20 Hain
Tolcphono 250, ! 5
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COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LIHlft:
to st. louis. fc:
Throuch oar, Salt Lake Cltr to
Loula and. Kias Olty. Only, aiaili5k!i'
to Now Tori. Buffalo and printiM pXMtall
En-at low raws for summer travu. uHkl
'jhspeclal attention to ladlei ud tap
Toiu-lrt olcopero .th?a,,- CbtottH.
Boston ond other poise; Ohisn o
lVo trains daUj . , oii.B'
Inaurre at ttewe. neo. 1M Dcolr wMjMbS:
Salt Lako City. Any lnforrriatloa ,WEttj
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0 1 !?. & T. A. Mlastnsri PacI9fi Rr kKS
la effect November S. M&ii!
L-DAVT3 SALT LAKE CTTT.
No. 10-For Blnffham. HotiWt .-jJJ-, -
Provo and Murysvalo ""iTtTWMf.b..-
No. lte-For Partt City HW -
No. 6-For Donver and But .iaTjMlOH
No. &-F.or Oj?don and Wt. gmJJ
No. 1-For Q3en apu Wfeat
No. S-Far Dtovor and East, f-Jatte!
No. &-For Provo and sSSaSP81 1
No. tMFor Ogden and local P U g mki.
No. -For Denver aid Eoat. JSSyklha
No. 3-For Offdon and W""'E7
APvP.rVH AT SALT LAKE CI7T JJj
No. C-From Qgden and f&ffiEmw
No. 12 FTOmj5irdan and local PjSrJttj
No T-FIOM fiuW and OT'-JSBJ
1 No. &-From Denvar and IJSSKJf,8
No. 1-From Donvor dT,t-' Knjfr
No. S-From Orrlan and West.... SJHtfcfej
No. 101-From ark aty"wViir"
No. -FTom Brcyham, Hebef, p
Provo and Marj'dvsln. K
No. i From Q53on and the V3 3? "V
No 3-From D?nvor and pv": .fSM? M
All rtwJrTfioept Nos. 1 to 'lBbttte
fff&cSooly Bio Rfc
Pbono 20 bbnt0N) a P.R
Ono of thoeiarS
mont Is clon cars, ou U 3 a f.Wf
tho "Santa Fc" These caw u
look at. but are better to rnvle3cm
dltlonil charge for all U10 con
modern car bulldln?. . yg,W2Z
New Mexico and Arizona- NttBr
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