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I THE NEW STRIKE
IP3 TETRO GROUND
Winze Wove In a Solid Mnss of Hiffh
Grado Shipping Ore, Wires thG
A telephone message during the day
from "Robert Brown, who Is directing
operations on Tetro territory, says that
uL a depth of nine feet In the winze
with which the- latest find has been
'olio wed down, he Is in a solid mass of
ore containing from 75 to 300 ounces of
silver, with as much as 00 per cent
lead. At that atation the winze Is six
feet squaro with the rich ore exposed
on all sides and In the bottom. To
determine the real extent of tht de
posit It will be necessary to cross-cut
the chamber, but aa there Is nothing in
Wi6 winze to Indicate the presenco of
nny country rock and as ores of lino
commercial quality aro coming to the
top there will be uo haste In cross-cutting.
Over the development 31r. Brown
is quite enthusiastic. So arc the share
holders, and the management should
''Kperlence no dlfllculty with the re
ported showing In adding a few farth
ings to the present dividend.
ilaj. George Jlolman, one of the old
guard who has held on through all of
Tetro'o vicissitudes and at present an
Ollicer of the company, said yesterday
that ho had the assurance of the man
agement that tho development Is the
most important that h;is been made In
the locality sine' the early days of the
Codlva, of which Tetro Is a nelghhor.
I CHANGE AT SHIELD.
Management Hastens to Camp to Ex
amine New Development.
A message from Superintendent Hoff
man of the Silver Shield of Bingham
w.is followed by the Immediate depart
' ure of Manager Joseph for camp 6n the
afternoon train. The latter, who was
Intercepted In his rush to the depot,
old that while he had been unable to
'nei particulars by wire owing to thc
buzzing of the phone, he had learned
enough to convince him that an fm
portant change Is taking place In the
main Shield ledge and he will be in
Witlu details on this morning's tralr..
Along the curbstone during the after
boon much Interest was manifested In
f.-.e report, but the market was unde
cided and the shares remained sta
t.onary. A strike at tho Shield has
been due for some time, said an of
licial of the company last night, and It
is not unlikely that Superintendent
Hoffman has recorded it. There has
been a disclosure of ore, no doubt, but
of what magnitude or of what quality
r-innot be Intelligently surmised even
at this hour.
I LIVE OAK GOLD EIELDS.
Hach Interest Manifested in the Dis
closures Out of Monroe.
C"il. John Meteor, who Is hobnobbing
with the local sovereigns of bonanza
dom, says of the new gold discoveries
at Live Oak, out of Monroe, that whiie
developments have not advanced very
f'ar they are among the likeliest of
youngsters that have sprouted during
the season. The Live Oak group, under
the management" of Orson Keelcr,
which was recently examined by Capt.
John Bard of, the Centcnnlal-Eureka,
Tlntlc, has uncovered around" the grass
roots ores that afford as much as $200
To'ld per ton. The country reveals is
many as a half dozen ledges with well
ceiined wells, while to tap these at
considerable depth an Ideal tunnel site
Is available. Samples of the ore with
which Capt. Bard returned are now In
the furnaces with much interest mani
fested by him In the results. In the
country generally, said Capt. Metesr,
there Is much activity, while upon the
zone of which the Live Oak disclosures
are just now the center, many tempting
possibilities are held out to the prospector.
I AT OLD BUCKHORN.
Preparations Eeing Made. for the Ac
tive Extraction of Ores. (
Preliminary to the energetic extrac
tion of ore from the ledges- of the old
Buckhorn group in Ophlr canyon con
nection between the various tunnel
levels is now' being dispatched, and
when the company shall have been re
organized it 'twill have been made ready
to respond with a eteady tonnage of
ore. The connections, said Manager S.
M. Levy, on his return from camp, will
be extended to the pioneer workings of
the property, in which considerable pay
rock is yet exposed, and with this all
the resourcc-s of the mine will have
found an economical outlet through the
main or lower tunnel. With the con
dition of the properties he is very much
pleased, aaid a few months hence the
old Buckhorn will have, under hi? ex
perienced management, been restored
o the prestige of earlier times.
1UCH COPPER ORE.
Sensational Disclosure in the Mines
of the 331uo Jay Company.
At the properties of the Blue Jay Ml.
H nlng company, southwest of Frisco,
Beaver county, the management has
Just broken into ore which reveals as
much a 20 per cent copper, with twen-ly-lwo
ounces Silver and 31. GO gold,
while the contents nf the entire ledge
f how an averageof ll.fi per cent copper,
0,2 ounces silver and SO cents gold, ac
cording to asuiys procured at Statellne,
HT .,11 tlila upon the assurance of George
"E. Teoydale, superintendent of the mine,
1 In a letter to Manager L. II. J Gray of
thl8 city. For two years the present
company has been developing the ledge,
that at one period was productive of
not a little very high-grade ore, ac-
1 ording to the bullion record. During
H that time considerable second-class oiv j
l iu been opened up, and, with the new
Hike, the management feels that it lt
now justified In pushing work with In
- rcased energy. v "When the report
t . of?d, July 31, Superintendent Toasdale
had three feet of ore exposed In some
new ground, with considerable territory
between the disclosure and the grass
roots, and a shipment will follow in a
Several weeks ago Frank Sugden,
president of the company, went to Lon
don for the purpose of Interesting
friends In that city in the undertaking.
A letter just received from him snys
he is- meeting with every encourage
ment, and that he will be admitted to
tho ante-chamber as ioon as a $1,000,000
deal In American mines ha 6 been cloml
up. Ho reports the liveliest Interest in
the diggings of till? country in London,
with not a little money ready to Invest
in bona fide opportunities here.
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Daly Seizes the Pole and Is Advanced
Rapidly on Orders.
For 7S35 shares of slock tho Investor at
yesterday's sessions In 'the pit woro re
quired to uhcll out SGS11. nor wero the
shopkeepers very severe. Daly, from
.whoso workings on Mazepa ground most
favorable reports continue to arrive, be
cumu tho feature of tho afternoon's trad
ing unci ."printed rapidly to $2.50 while an
order for loss than 1000 was being ex
ecuted, although It had been rejected at
$2.30 at the opening session. Daly West'
did business up to $11. while tho Judge
was reduced to $-1.01. with Montana of To
nopah changing hands at $2.10 and Grand
Central an offering at J3.S0. Totro failed
to respond to tho now strike in .the prop
erties at Tlntlc, but was shorted down to
31 conts, whllo Yankee Con., with a due
pleco of money In Its stocking, was dealt
out to a bid of 33 conts, and Butlor-Llb-oral
to ono of DVfc. Mammoth was bid up
to Jl.37 and Bock to SI 10. whllo New
York changed hands at 31,. the day clos
ing on the following market:
I A. M. P. M.
Bid. lAskcd.H Bid. Asked.
Alax II .0-1 j$. 11$ .01 IS .07
Alice .IK .15
Boston C O.0U J 7.C0 0.00 i 7.00
jul-Bcck . . 1.06 1.10 1.C0
But-Lib .. .. .00 I
Cnrlsn j .06 .07, .05 .OS
Conhirv . .. Al AC, I ..JiVfi .IS
Creole ! .00 II CO
Con Morcur.. .2S ! .35 -If .2$ .'M
Daly 2.20 2.H0 2.C0 2.65
Daly-Judgo . 1.07 4.00. 4.33
Daly West H.OO 13.02 14.25
Galena .02 1 02
O Control ... 3.J0 3.75 3.G0 3. SO
II Sliver 1.25 1.C0
Jim Butler SO SO
Uttlc Chief. .016 .01', , .01 .014
L Mammoth .11 .00
Mont-Ton . . 2.40 2.45 2.37 2.50
Mammoth 1.32 1.37 1.40
May Day ... .00 ,D0 .00 .00
Mar Wash .00 .00
Now York 03 .03 .03?i
Ontario .. .. 3.50 3-PO
I'elro 00, .05 .09
Blch-Ana . .00 .01
Bccco-H .. .50 CO
Sunshine 02 ,
Swansea 15 15
S Swansea 07 07
Sacramento 10 .10y4 .11
Sliver King.. 45. 00 50.00 50.0"
Star Con 12 .12 .12 .12'
S Shield 03 .02 .03
Tonopah . .. 7.S5 7.E5 ,
Tetro 30 .32Vi .30)i ,3iy4
U States ....'21.37 22.00 21.23 2.00
U S Con 15 .00 .1C .20
Utah 35 .51 IS
Victor 00 .01 01
Wabash 01 01
Yankee C ... .33 . 35
MORNING SALES; ,
Daly-Judge, 20) at 51.10; 50 at W.OTA.
Daly West, 20 at $11; C at $14.05; G at
SI 3.05. -Shares
Selling value. S1HG.
Daly, 50 at $2.25.
Daly West, 15 at $13.70; 50 at $13.73; 75 at
Shares sold. 1&0. .
Selling value, S1072 50.
Daly. 200 at $2 50; 100 at $2.52: seller six
ty days; 200 at $2.55; 100 at $2.52; 100 at
?2.52; 100 at $2.50, seller, sixty-days.
May Day. 15C0 at ftc; 1000 at c.
New York. 200 at 3Vic; 1000 at 3c
Tetro. 100 at 31ic; 1000 at 31c. seller thir
ty days; 1000 at 31'ic, seller thirty days,
Yankee Con., G5 at 30c; 300 at 35c.
Shares sold, CMS.
Selling value, 52S93.50.
Butlcr-Llberal, 200 at 9c.
Daly-Judge. 1ft at $1.05.
Montana-Tonopah, 2ii0 at $2.40.
Shares sold. 400. J '
Selling value, S409. ,
Boston Coppers Neglected.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. Aug. 4. Tho activity
tl-at was seen. In the Boston market today
was mostly in specialties, of which Ameri
can Telegraph was the feature, advancing
sharply on light trading. Copper shares
were almost neglected aH far as activity
was concerned, although the tone
was remarkable strong. Commission
house brokers had a. few selling orders,
but they found a ready market. The
weakness In the New York market in tho
aftornoon caused this market to sell off a
little on selling by the traders who were
inclined to take profits. Hornblower &
Weeks, brokers. 53 State street, Boston,
and 10 Wall street. Now York, furnish the
following quotations; .
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ... 700 ?52.0o $ $51.37
Elngham 2C0 25.25 23.00
Daly West 152 11.00
Mercur 530 . 35
Utah 115 37.87 '
"United States .. 7'5l 21.75 21.50 '- 21.02'.
Curb Boston, $0.50. , "
San Pi ancisco , Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. I. Inc official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows -
Alta $ .03, Justice .11
Andes 18 Mexican SI
Belcher 15 Occidental St
B & B dl Ophlr 2.20
Caledonia 3Sl Overman ...... .10
Challenge 19! Potosi :r,
Chollar 13j Savage 21
Confidence .. .4 .C0i Scg Belcher ... .."0
C C & Va 1.13 Sierra Nov 20
Crown Point .. .11 Silver Hill 52
Exchequer 50; Union Con 23
G &." " .11 j Utah Con 09
II & S tS Yollow Jacket . .09
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams . .. ..'..J .20 Little Chief .05
Alice 20 Ontario s.23
Breeco , . .10 Ophlr 2.10
Brunswick ..; .OS Phoenix 07
Comslock OS Potosi 33
C C &Vii 1.00 Savage .... .. .20
Horn Silver ... .15 Sierra Nov is
Iron Silver .... 1.50 Small Hopes ... .22
Leadvllle 02 Standard 2.09
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ,..$73.0') Mohawk $12.00
Allouo. S.23 M C t C S.Z0
Amalgamated 51.37 Old Dom 12.75
Am Zinc ...... 11.00 Osceola C3.co
Atlantic .. .- S.25 Parrot , 23.70
Bingham .... 21.75 inlncy .. .... SO.OO
C & II ...475t'4.V.00 Shannon .. .. f,.n
Centennial ... 2.". 75 Tamarack .... SS 00
Cop Rango .52.37 Tilnlty A 7 C'
Ddly West ... II 00 'U B Mln 2'z?V.
Dom Coal .... 15.50 U S Oil )0.5
Fronkli'i .. .. 70.00 Utah 370-
Grnncy 27.12 Victoria-:. ... 275
IbIc Roydo .. 10.' Winona 723 .
Mass Min 3.50 Wolverine .... 7S CO
Michigan .... 4.00
Wr-stern Ore Shippers' Agency.
K?. Main qt. P. O. box 457. Phone 2000.
Pemhroko Sells Them.
New Sun Typewriter. $40. " Carbons,
I ribbons for all typewriters.
THE TRIBUME NEWS STANDS
t-HICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
tv-AJSAS CITY Midland, Coato?.
LOS ANGELES The Angolus. B. F.
Sfrxlt,305 SP"lnK Street.
vi,MpOLIS West Hotel,
m .Y vORK Waldorf-Astoria. Impcrl-
AilA Tno Millard. Th Paxton.
r5RTAnd- OR.-Portland HotcL
2 V LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
TO BUILD CYANIDE MILL.
Grouse Mountain Mining Company to
Put Ono in on Basin Creek.
Special to Tho Tribune,
BASIN, Lo. Sal Mountains, Aug. 4.
The Grouse Mountain Mining company
of Huntington. W. Va., has author
ised Its manager, William R. Wheat,
to make Immediate preparations for tho
building of n 100-ton cyanide mill here
on Basin creek, and also to place two
shifts of miners on the Grouse Mount
ain tunnel and continue the same until
they have cut the Mayday vein, which
is about forty feet distant from the
terminus of the present workings now
in 300 feet.
Two cross veins have already been
cut by the tunnel, each showing largo
veins of a low grade cyanide ore, but
the main vein is a larger one, which on
the surface is fully twenty tyjet wide,
of decomposed hemlllte Iron and Is said
lo be a desirable cyanldlng ore. A
blower and pipe Is being put into the
mine for the purpose of furnishing air
and as soon as completed a fofee of men
will be put to work.
There are a number of properties
opened that show large bodies of low
grade cyanide ore and the Grouse
Mountain company will have Its plant
In shape lo receive custom ores. The
structure will be built so as to have a
capacity of 200 tons daily If necessary.
The machinery for this plant will be
purchased in Salt Lake.
A syndicate of Salt Lake men Is ex
pected here soon to arrange for the or
ganization of a company upon a group
of properties recently secured by W. R.
Wheat for this purpose. The group of
properties Is situated at the head of
Miners' Basin, near the Tornado .prop
erty, and with the small amount of de
velopment work show good values In
gold from mere prospecting work.
The owners of the Iowa property on
Gold Hill have recently opened up a
large body of decomposed porphyretlc
quartz that gives evidence of the fact
that they have at least encountered
pay ore. They have cut through about
sixteen feet of this class of ore and
while It pans quite freely by picked
samples there Is every evidence that the
entire vein will stand reduction by the
cyanide process. A mill test Is being
sent out to Denver and If good for $S
per. ton a mill will be put up as soon
as Arrangements can be made. The
Iowa property was recently bonded and
leased to P. E. Damonlin and N. W.
Blethen of Denver and will soon be or
ganized into a strong company and op
The tunnel, now In 1S5 feet, is to be
continued to a- depth of 700 feet. Tho
deal was recently closed by GId R.
Propper, one of the owners, in connec
tion with the company now building
the new town of Radium on the Grand
river near Richardson. The company
Is also figuring on the building of a
cyanide mill here, as they have every
assurance of sutllclent ore to justify
the enterprise. The Iowa Is developing
Into one of the best properties in this
district and Is strictly a gold 'producer.
George W. Hepburn and William
Price recently sold their Interest In tho
Golden Sceptre property on Mineral
Mountain to Black Bros, of, Montrose,
Colorado. They will do considerable
work on the property yet this season
and put it Into a stock company with
the. Skylark property preparatory for
extensive preparations next season.
(1 u a
Lewis H. Eddy has purchased an in
terest In the Double Standard property
at Mineral Mountain from M. G. Fow
ler and Is now developing the same.
Himself and Mr. Fowler recently sokl
their placer holdings over on the Do
lores river and .will hereafter confine
their energy and interests to this camp,
a a a
The Hayes company is Industriously
digging for the Wilson Mesa vein and
opening ground In a number of places.
It Is now a settled fact that this fa
mous vein cuts through the center of
Miners' Basin from the northeast to the
southwest and has been covered over
to a considerable extent by the breccia
of two eruptions, In Mineral Mountain
and Gold Hill.
Charlie Saunders and Ed Blebusch arc
at work on the Corsair and Major
properties owned by them and Phil
Croul of Moab. A line body of ore has
been uncovered in both properties and
a sale Is now pending.
David Jones is at work on the White
House and Rich claims, doing the as
sessment work. Roslta parties have
made Mr. Jones a fair offer for both
properties to be organized Into a stock
company. The White House Is, a. large
cyanide deposit on Grouse Mountain
and has ore ready for milling when
reduction works are here on the ground.
Billy Stephens has returned from a
pilgrimage v of a year In Arizona and
will start work on his mining claims on
Mineral Mountain this week. Mr. Ste
phens .sayi. he has come back here to
The splendid showing of ores in nu
merous places on the Tornado ground
is made by Manager Fowier. Surface
work is done at present to decide the
exact course of the main vein, when
work will be started on a crosscut
tunnel. Some of the porphyretlc quartz
produced by Mr. Fowler Is full of free
gold and any of It will pan quite freely.
The Tornado Is a Salt Lake promotion.
u a e
In Gold .JJasln thirty men are em
ployed aP the Interstate mines and
lumber utilized on the cj'anlde mill as
fast as It can be sawed. Manager
Clark Is pushing development and pre
paratory work as fast as he can to get
the mill in operation yet this season.
&&Crz' to S4.00
1.00 to J3.00
h BIG DISCOVERY '
AT 01.0 STOCKTON
Cross-Cut From Honenne Tunnol
Breaks Into a Fresh Ledge in
While the attaches of tho local office
pleaded that they wt-ro not at liberty,
In the absence of Laurence Greene,
president and Igeneral manager, to die
cuss the affairs of the Bullion com
pany, positive 1 assurance was received
from its mines) at Stockton yesterday
morning that connection has been made
with an ore body through a cross-cut
that has beenjdvanoing from tho main
tunnol in Honerinc territory. Irving
Lowe, secretary of the company, nald
that while he was In receipt of in
formation out of the ordinary from the
superintendent, ho would await the
arrival of his Guperlor befoto releasing
It. That an Important disclosure had
been made, however, he was not pre
pared to deny. Arrivals from camp last
night say there la no doubt whatever
that a lodge has been entered by the
cross-cut and that characteristic oro,
containing not a little galena with con
siderable silver nnd some copper, is ex
posed. That It Is the main ledge Is not
known. From this much good ore was
mined when Stockton was experiencing
Its patriarchal boom, the output run
ning well up in lead and silver, with not
a little gold. It was to got under thepe
old ore bodies, from which the owners
were driven by water several years ago,
that the management of the Bullion
nought a franchise from the Honerlne,
since which time It has been cutting
across the country. According to the
original surves there Is a gap yet of
'several hundred feet between the face
Of the cross-cut and the pioneer ledge,
so that the theory that an Intermediate
one has been tapped probably will be
pustnlned. Manager Greene is now In
Idaho with his family.
CAPITAL FLOWING IN.
Colorado Moneyed Men Prefer to In
vest in Utah.
A gentleman who has Just returned
from Colorado tells of the great awak
ening among capitalists of that State
to the mineral wealth and possibilities
of Utah. The coming hero of Samuel
Newhouse and hlg Investments, the re
cent purchase by the Penrose-McNelll
."yndlcate for the Utah Copper company
are but tho preliminary deals, this gen
tleman believes, which will be followed
by heavy and constant investments of
capital. It Is felt by men who have
money to invest that Utah is a cafe
Held, that It is free from the labor
troubles which have rent Colorado asun
der, and that the opportunities here In
other ways for great enterprises are
equally favorable. It eems to be the
disposition to get out of Colorado and
Into Utah. Investors want to get away
from labor troubles. The phenomenal
developments of recent years have
placed Utah In tho class with Colorado
as a great metal producer. Especially
the wonderful showing made in the
production of copper has opened the
eyes of the world to rome of the re
sources of the State. Colorado has ad
vertised itself for many years. It Is
only within the last three or four years
that Utah has come to the front and
made known lis possibilities.
BECK'S NEW STRIKE.
Ten Feet of First-Class Ore Now Ex
posed in Phillips Lease.
A report from the mine management
which reached the general ofTlces in
town yesterday morning says that che
recent strike In the Phillips lease on
Bullion-Beck ground, Tlntlc, has1 de
veloped Into ten feet of ore as clean and
as compact as any in the chronology of
territory from which the shareholders
have received 52,70.000 In dividends,
while adding over 010,000,000 to tho
wealth of the country. The first lot
of ore from the new discovery at the
bottom of an old stope on the Alamo
channel, will leave camp this morning,
writes the superintendent, this to be
followed by another In a few days while
there Is everything to Indicate that the
fortunate lessee who dropped Into the
channel without endeavor will continue
to add to his wealth until the 1100-foot
level, at which his block of ground
ends, Is reached. The metallic contents
of the ore still maintain a high average
with not a' little of It containing as
much as 200 ounces silver in addition
to the lead. To Intercept the channel
the management will begin driving to
it at once.
STRINGING NEW CABLE.
Over 20,000 Feet Now Being Added
to U. S. Company's Tram.
Until the new cable with which the
United States tramway between the re
ceiving station at the Rio Grande depot
and the headhouse of the old Telegraph
mine Is strung the output of the com
pany's Bingham system will continue
to come down over the Copper Belt's
tracks, said Superintendent Allen yesj
terday. Between these terminals the
distance is 11.000 feet, so that 22.000 feet
of cable will be used In the circuit.
THROUGH BY RAIL.
First Consignment From Tonopah
Over the Now Route. v
The way-bill for the first lot of wealth
to travel, all rail, from the bonanzas of
Tonopah to the furnaces of Salt Lake
valley, reuched the local ofTlces of th?
American Smelting & Refining com
pany yesterday morning, and the car
load of ore, of which the Senior Tono
pah company is the consignor, Is now on
Its way lo the -sampler. The Increase
promised with the completion of the
link between Rhoades and Tonopah,
has not yet become very perceptible,
but this, Is attributed to a lack of roll
ing stock, which deficiency will soon
have been overcome. The teams hith
erto engaged In transportation of ores
between- the camp and the railroad
have found employment since they
were driven out by the Iron horse at
Garfield and other camps, of wjlch
' -. ,
Tonopah Is the gateway and. according
to reports from tho region all aro busy.
Over the all rail routo the Tonopah
producer is now required to paj; but
$15 per ton on ail ores not fxcecdlng
$300 gross valuation, and with this tar
iff not a little Is boln added to the not
earnings of the camp.
MR. WALSH IN LINE.
Colorado Millionaire's Representative
Goes Through to Goldfleld.
W. P. Dunham, the personal repre
sentative of Thomas Walsh, the Cripple
Creek mining king, nnd Henry Webber
of Denver, another prominent Colorado
mining man, were In Reno this morn
ing, being on their way to GoldliPld,
where both men have Interests In min
ing claims, says the Gazette of Reno,
Nev. Their visit Is said to be 'of groat
Importance and. It Is probable that as a
result the Walsh interests there, which
are now not large, will he greatly in
creased. If this occurs the noted bon
anza king will Immediately invest a
large amount In developing what gives
promise of being the greatest camp
Nevada has ever known.
Walsh Is one of the best known mining
men In tho entire country and In Col
orado he has enormous holdings, his
wealth being estimated at over fifty
millions. He Is regarded as a plunger
who Is always ready to Invest heavily
In promising Holds. Henry Webber,
who accompanies Walsh's representa
tive, Is connected with the Black Ant
Mines company of Goldfleld.
STRUCK RICH GROUND.
Two Groups of Gold-Copper Claims
Located North of Moapa.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nev., Aug. 4. Charles
Benton and Frlty. Elllnger passed
through camp today en route to Chey
enne. They have been prospecting and
locating gold-copper claims north' of
Moapa for the past six months, and
from the samples of ore which they
brought back with them, have struck
rich ground In their travels. They lo
cated four goldicopper claims twenty
seven miles north of Moapa. These are
called the Salt Lake claims and consist
of a seven-foot ledgt which crops out
for nearly COOO feet at Intervals of 200
to 500 feet, and wherever the cropplngs
occur fine-looking quartz carrying pea
cock and pyrites of coppc-r can be
knocked off at grass roots.
They also located six other claims on
a parallel ledge four feet wide, which
carries native copper going upward of
43 per cent and also showing black ox
ide of copper having pay values. On
the former ledge ' they have sunk a
thirty-four-foot shaft, all In oro, and
on the second group a 110-foot tunnel
has been run along the hanging wall,
with but eighteen Inches of waste In
the six-foot tunnel.
At the breast of the tunnel cross-cuts
have been run east and west thirty
and forty feet, the former showing no
new developments in ore and the lat
ter cross-cutting a small seven-lmh
vein of rich ore going as high as $217 In
Bill Merrill, Joe Lellwc-11 and Mark
Jowphs, who located the General Grant
group of gold-copper claims, thirty-two
miles north of Moapa, last fall, passed
through camp today en route to Omaha,
where their associates, the banking firm
of Gloom & Josephs, is located. They
have been lucky in their finds, having
opened up a fine fourteen-foot ledge of
red and yellow ore at a depth of four
feet from the surface, going at that
point $0 gold and 22 per cent copper.
They sunk a 100-foot shaft on this
ledge and found their gold values had
Increased to $17 per ton and copper had
changed in character from a mixed py
rites and azurite to black Oxide and na
tive copper, and the values Increased to
SI per cent copper, the ledge running
the full length of the tunnel and its en
tire width and eight feet more than the
width of the tunnel.
They have run in on the hanging wall
side and have taken out an immense
tonnage of this high-grade ore, which
will be sacked for shipping as soon as
their associates are satisfied that they
have got a pay proposition, to handle.
Quite a noted character in the West
passed through camp today on route
from Denver to the- region lying along
the Virgin and upper Colorado river.
"Buckskin" Rellly, known in pioneer
days as one of Gen. Custer's guides,
scout for Gen, Miles during the Geron
Imo and Victoiio days of unrest, and
In late years prospecting In Old Mex
ico, where he made a little haul last
month by the sale of two line prospects
la southwestern Chihuahua to some
Martin Franks and D. James Blakeley
of Colorado Springs, Colo., passed
through camp today en route to Los
Angeles. They will go lo the end of
the track, which Is now ninety-eight
miles west of Callente, and then take
the stage to Los Vegas ranch, thence
by buckboard to the western terminus
of the Salt Lake railroad and on to Los
Angeles by rail. They will spend the
fall and winter In southern California.
They are both large mine-owners at
George Brown, who has been pros
pecting and locating claims north of
Moapa for several months past, was in
camp today and will remain until to
morrow evening before going to Salt
Lake City, for the purpose of examin
ing several recently located properties'
at and near Caliente.
AT OLD EVERGREEN.
Copper Bearing Sulphides Now in
Fissure Beyond the Dike.
At 1200 feet distant from the mouth
of the main tunnel with which the Old
Evergreen Mining company is develop
ing its big ledge in Big Cottonwood
canyon, the management has Just suc
ceeded in punching a hole through the
main porphyry dyke, and Is now driving
on the strike of a fissure the contentB
of which ,are heavily mineralized
throughout, while some of the rock
shows as much as 20 per .ent copper,
with from $4 to $12 gold per ton. Thc
condltlon has Improved materially since
the dyke was passed, uccordlng to sam
ples of copper-bearing sulphide Just re
ceived by Manager H. G. McMillan,
while the outlook is now quite assuring.
May Day in Boston.
The Investor of Boston, replying to a'
query from New York concerning May
Day of Tintlc, says: "At one time the
stock was soiling at something dver $3
per share. It was then nearer the time
for the dividend and It was expected
that the company would he able to
maintain regular dividends. The com
pany hn.i paid $20,711 in dividends. The
last dividend was paid March, 1002.
Tho company hat', however, levied since
some assessments in order to secure
funds to continue development, as tho
rich ore chute has given out. The man
ager of the company now feHR some
what encouraged, and believes, that he
will be able tc put tlw mine on a surw
taining basis before the end of the year.
The stock l regularly listed on the
exchange of Salt Lake City and has
a market alue now of about 1 to 1
cents per share."
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Tuesday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board were recorded af they fol
low: Goldfield-Tonopah. 1000 at llc
MacNamara. 3600 at 4G47e; Montnna
Tonopah, 100 at 52.42, 400 at $2.40,
seller ten days; Red Top, 1000 at lCc,
seller five days; Midway, 1000 at Blc;
North Star, 4000 at 33c, buyer nlnety
days; Bull Sz Bear, 1000 nt 17c, buyer
ninety days; Belmont, 200 at 70c; To-nopah-GoId
Mountain. 2200 at 10c.
Ores nnd Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market dur
ing the day tho settlements amounted
to"$G4,000. McCornick t Co. reporting
them as they follow: American bullion,
$25,500; gold, silver, lead and copper
In the metal market silver ruled nt
CS cents an ounce, lead at $3.G0(t74.10
per 100 pound's, and casting copper at.
11 cents a pound.
Over 300 persons aro now being em
ployed at Do La Mar's Bully Hill mines
and smoltor In Shasta county Cnl.. ac
cording to tidings from tho captain's
Charles' W. Whitley, mannKor of the
American Smelting and Refining com
pany's Intorcsts In Utah, has gone to Don
ver to meet company officials on Impor
The directors of tho Star Con, of Tlntlo
will meet for Interesting deliberation to
morrow. John Joslon, for many years tho secre
tary nnd confidential representative of
Samuel Nowhouso, camo In from the New
York olllces ycslordny to share his vaca
tion with tho local staff, by which ho Is
John M Tin. l4)H
cnper comfe- 'M
Park ycstardS fH
Cashier V?uvL '
day on coiitVoi caJjH
Manager V ta,WiK
Llbenil hag ;.m,U J
hrothor 10 thf niS lM
'"torment, Mil91 hi
will icavo forlm1lM
JaniBs Ivor. S&W
Another lot of t,
on yesterday's LJl6Wl
The Joe Roral
terday on Sn&W
ounces silver. 7 SJVjB
copper and cM
P Murray 0 C IK
company has arh-W
consult with P,5,
Alex Jacobsbn tJW
tunnel now npSgM
Dr, Talmas Is on v.P
ertlea- of the ShffigB
lug companv jn HuU3fc
which ho Tlill mffiM
Capt. Thomas -WisJB
cur to Inquire liuoK
camp, after a JjM,
Gideon Snvdtr hs,M
new ffold uiicovcrtaB
with the outlet s
Harry Tonfcor r.n'ilK
Smelting and RfinSK
Idaho" Cl"" SB
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