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B- page eight THE SALT LAKE TKLBUKE. Sunday moeg, November J3 10r V
B snes and ProspectsFurnaces and Mills )
II I Crop of Copper
h Is Hourly Growing
I j Old Records Crumblo Beneath, the
I j. Weight of the Output During
I j Past "Week.
' During the week there was forwnrd-
I ; . ed from the copper furnaces of Salt
I !' Lake valley to the refineries of the
I , j East, SC7.114 pounds of that metal, the
I . value of every pound of which is en-
I j hanced by tho presenco of sold and of
I ! Oliver with which tho red metal Is
I ( ' blended. To obtain an Intelligent Idea
I 1 of "production" at these plants, how-
I nver, It Is necessary to observe the dls-
I..J tlnctlon between It and tho volume j
I 'fy "forwarded." For example the week
I ;f , at the Utah Con. closed on a record,
If J paid Manager Channlng yesterday.
II During that period Its furnaces were
11 drawn upon for no less than 402.GC0
L.j rounds of that and tho associated met-
li'j , uls, while on Friday, according to the
j t Teport received at tho local offices last
night, the output for tho day reached
ft . & total of CI, COO pounds. For a day tho
j ,Ji figures constitute another record, and
I j with this as an average, tho output
3 of the Utah Consolldatcd's furnaces
I: must soon reach 1.S45.000 pounds per
.j! , During the same period Superlntend-
,1j ent Nutting of the Bingham Con.'s fur-
i naces presented his company with a
f record, the output of his battery of
if .i blasts approximating 350,000 pounds of
" copper bullion, containing sliver and
? ;j gold, while the crop forwarded to the
ijj refinery exceeded all previous figures.
Ij On the arrival of Capt. Duncan Mac-
' ij Vlchle, general manager of the com-
" 5 pany's mines and smelter, from the
. f Kast. a fifth furnace will go Into com-
' mission at the Bingham Con., produc-
. tlon there to be correspondingly In-
! creased. A similar distinction between
the tonnage of metal "produced" and
i the volume "forwarded" may be drawn
at the furnaces of the United States
I smelter, the product of that battery,
. i however, running, higher In the prec-
i lous than does that of any of the
' . neighbors, without Intending to make
I the comparison offensive. All the
while copper ores continue to pile up
, i at tho furnaces of the American Smelt
ing and Refining company, and hourly
, the prominence of Utah as a source of
copper Is being Increased.
Tho record of amounts forwarded
i durlncr the week closed as follows:
jl Bingham Con 30C.OI5
,, Utah Con 30S.319
United States 252,780
Eli Total pounds SG7.111
1 DIVIDENDS AHE COSTING.
Big Distribution to Take Place in
J' Utah on Tuesday.
i From the lottery of the diggings the
j Investor will, tho present week, receive
J dividends amounting to no less than
i $117,000, the big distribution to take
! " place on Tuesday, with the share-
v holders of no fewer than four different
'1 companies to participate In It. On the
j! occasion the Daly West will lead, with
n disbursement amounting to $72,000,
. ' with $20,000 to be scattered among the
,r Mammoth's flock, while the Grand
ii Central will check out $12,500. and tho
I t Annie Laurie of Gold Mountain a cor-
' j responding amount. With the dlstrlbu-
(. j tion of SIOO.OOO by the Silver King on
j , Thursday last, the total for the month
t ; will have, on Tuesday, reached the
i . sum of $217,000.
( i ; At Itfl regular meeting of directors
j yesterday tho Tetrois regular dividend
I ( j of $3000 was announced, the ghost to
; ' make Its appearance December 1 and.
! i . in all probability, to repeat it around
' the holidays.
IJ ! FOE. OLD. INTERESTS.
,J ' Prico of tho Fluid Now Growing
! ; Gradually Firmer,
i Local Interests in tho oil field cut of
IjJ' i Los Angeles will find not a Utile com-
fort In tho following from that region:
J j l "Petroleum prices, especially In northern
fehl California, have become firmer during tho
li, , Jot week. Tho organization of lndspend-
f, j ,;nt producers and tho making of many
5j ' nvw contracts has resulted In etrcngth-
l; ' ontng the market. Thero are many ovl-
!r ' donees that tho cffortB of tho Standard
I ; and, atiKoclato oil compnnles to bear the
e. market are having reactive effects.
j2 ' "Bakerslleld, tho center uC attack, now
J3 ; 1b hi a position to defend Usolf. Thhtv-
i.3 j five Independent producers, representing
k . a production of mOre than COO.COO bnr-
1 rcls. not only have combined, but havo
X) , flled articles of Incorporation, binding
j ' themselves firmly to fight the octopus
Tit nnd associates to a finish. Tho asso-
i elation haa been formed aftor many weeks
;.i' ! of active solicitation. The capital stock
I , will represent 100,000 stnra of a par value
; j j of $100. Thirty-five dlroctors will con- I
I ?( ! duct the affairs of th combine."
I if j ORES AND BULLION.
1 1 j Tho Week's Crop Again Exceeds a
j J ! Half Million,
j j( j In the ore and bullion market the week
ft I terminated on settlements amounting to
r J j $530,000, compared with SS2G.CO0 for tho
' ; previous one and which foretells another
I 'I, i record with tho close of Novomber. At
!'J ) no period In tho history of the "open
I J market," indeed, have the receipts from
i'l, ! tho mines and the output of tho furnaces
l j . been so groat and that tho contrast be-
; 'j, ; tween tho present and tho paHt Is not
j ' more pronounced Is that tho furnace ca-
! I paclty of the valley plants will not per-
i f i mlt. Tho day's settlements amounted to
'j ' JW.900. McCornlck & Co. reporting them
a ! as they follow: American bullion, $29.10);
' : gold, sliver, lead and copper orca, $29.00.
i ; In tho metal market silver recovered
f th point of which it was doprlved the
Si j previous day and ruled at &S'.i cents an
ft4 1 ounce, with lead stationary at $3.501N.20
I ' pr hundred pounds, and canting copper at
j j 13',', cents a pound.
' J ; STRIKE HOLDS OUT.
' Now Ore Body at the Ohio Opened Up
:; I I for 100 Feet.
; i I Werner Zteglor, superintendent of the
'; J Ohio Copper company'H Bingham mines
' and mill, who waa at tho general of-
B'l i nccn during tho day, Kays the new ore
f j body on tho 3(0-foot level has now been
opened up for 100 feet along the. strike,
e j "nil that it is maintaining fine strength.
K Tho hlgh-grado ore on tho foot wall con-
K . 1 tlnucs with him, whllo tho go no ml av-
f j 1 vraco la a most Eatlsfactory one. At
present he Is suDplying tho mill with 12S
I tonn dally, tho produc-c amoofr tho best
K tb&t rv aches tlie. smolter.
THE "WEEK ON 'CHANGE.
Election Interrupts tho Play, Which
Revives at the Close.
The week on the mining exchange eloFcd
on tho wile of 171.701 shares of stock, for
which $40,777.97 was paid, the last act
on the salo of 29,390 shares, that brought
$6735.00. Whllo there was somo sprinting
and a more active tradlnpr through the
week tho condition of tho diggings was by
no means reflected and upon their merits
a troop of traders aro scheduled for
sleady gains. Daly West, which was
much In evidence, presented Its adherents
with a loss of $1.25 per share, notwith
standing tho announcement of tho reg
ular dividend of $72,000. with another plcco
of gold added to the reserves, although It
rallied around tho close, while Silvnr
King, by which $100,000 wbb dealt out to
its xubjecta during the week, was marked
up to itfl asked. Grand Central, which
will divide $12,500 among the needy on
Tuesday, closed an offering at $1.10. with
but $3.G2 to be had for Ontario, and
Mammoth, which passes around $20,000 on
the 15th, executing on order at $1.C3. Daly
rejected a bid of $2.0C. and Victoria ono
of $1.SS. whllo Con. Mercur decllnod to
como forth at .less than 45 cents around
the finish. Among the sprinters Carlsa
had its spurt and sped up the pllcc to 21
cents, after which It relaxed, while Silver
Shield, at which Important developments
havo been recorded, close on a transfer
at 12 cents, after bringing 15. May Day.
that had previously set the pace, con
tented Itfelf momentarily with a position
around Si cents, although Its treasury Is
gradually filling up. whllo Xew York I
started up again as the end was neard I
and ruled at 15 cents, with tho shorts
holding on and hugging tho brakeboam.
An increasad tonnage from Ragle & Bluo
Bell moved It up the line, whllo Swansea
recorded a transfer ni 3") cents, with Un
do Sam weak around 22. although during
the week It marketed a half-dozen car
loads of crude ore and two cani of con
centrates. Tho list from Nevada's new
camps was neglected, with transfers at
long Intervals only, the day and . week
closing on tho following market:
Alax $ .10 $ .14
Boston Consolidated 6.00
Beck Tunnel 03
Butler-Liberal 113i .12
Carlsa 151 .1C
Con. Mercur .'40 .45
Century 00 .20
Daly 2.05 2.30
Daly-Judge 4.00 4.55
Daly West 11.00 11.25
Englo & Blue Bell SS 1.0)
Grand Central 3.70 4.10
Goldlleld Bon 051 .15
Horn Silver 1.20
Jim Butler 50 .70
Joe Bowers . OQVi
Little Chief 02 .021
Lower Mammoth 13U .15i
Mammoth 1.C2". l.G7y.
May Day j 32y .S3 "
Martha Washington 01 .01i
New York 12 .16
Ontario , 3.C2V- '4.50
Petro 03 .09
Bocco-Homcstake .20 .50
Richmond-Anaconda ..... .. .01
Sunshine 001 .02
South Swansea 01 .07
Sacramento 09 .llVi
Silver King 50.00 GO.OO
Star Con 14"& .15
Silver Shield lift .12U
Tonopah .... 8.75 10.00
Tonopah Bel : C5 .SO
Tonopah Ext 1.75 2.25
Tonopah Midway .30 .16
Totro 21 .22
United States 21.50 25.00
Uncle Sam Con 22 .22lA
Victoria 1.S5 2.(0
Victor Con OI,'i .04'4
Yankee Con 35
THE DAY'S SALES.
Carlsa, 500 at 15?lc. seller thirty days; 1000
Daly WcBt. 125 at $11.20; 25 at $1L17&.
Mammoth," 100 at J1.C5.
Silver Shield, 500 at ll?ic: 1000 at 12Uc; 500
Uncle Sam Con.. 100 at 22c.
Beck Tunnel Con.. 2CO0 at 6c.
Little Chief. 2000 at 2,c; 20G0 at 2ic; 2000
Totro. 2C0 at 21c; 700 at 23c; 100 at 23&c;
500 at 22c.
Victor Con., 1000 at 4c; 1000 at 4ic; lOOO
Yankee Con., S00 at 35c.
Shares sold. 1S.150.
Selling valuo. $3111.12.
Daly West, 10 at $11.25.
Eaglo & Blue Bell, ICO at Mc.
Lower Mammoth, 300 at 14c.
New York, 500 at 134c, seller thirty days;
500 at 13",c: ICO at 13")ic; 2000 at 14c; 500 at
11c. seller thirty days; 500 at 14V4c; 50) at
ll&c, seller thirty days; 1500 at 15c.
Silver Shield. 500 at 12Vic: 500 at 12c.
Uncle Sam, 1?00 at 22c; 500 -at 22Hc; 10) at
" Vlgtor Con.. 100 at 4c
I Yankee. 20ft at 35c.
Shares sold, 11.240.
Selling value, $2321.50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 12. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining Btocks
today were as follows:
Alta $ .05 Julia 05
Alpha Con 12 Justice 04
Andes 23 Mexican , 1.10
B & B. 1.05 Silver Hill 50
Bullion W Overman 72
Caledonia SO Sag Belcher 05
Challenge Con... .15 Oplilr 2.20
Chollar 14 Occidental Con.. .11
Confidence SO Utah Con 07
C C & Vn IM Union Con 47
Crown Point IS Sierra Nevada... .25
Exchequor 42Yol Jacket 17
G & G 10 Potosl io
II & N 64 Occidental Con.. .74
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ .20 Little Chief $ .!
Allco . 00 Ontario 3.C0
Brecco 12 Ophlr ..l .4 2 CO
Brunswick Con.. .09 Phoenix .16
Comstock T 09 Potosl w
Con, Cal & Va.. 1.50 Savace. is
Horn Sllv.er 1.50 Slon-a. Nov 21
Iron Silver 1.95 Small Hopes 2S
Lauvllle Con... .02 Standard 1.S5
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventuro ...J 7.50 Mohawk 55.00
Allouoz 1S.75 M C & C 4.874
iAmalg'd .... 7l.62l,A New Idrla 1
Am 'Zinc 13. Old Dom 27.CO
Atlantic 20.75 Onceola 5 00
Bingham ...1 35.50 Parrot 30 50
Cal & Hec... 051.00 Qulncy 11100
Centennial .. 31.75 Shannon S.CO
Con Ronge... 71.00 rttajnarack .. 13S.50.
Daly Wc.il... 11.62 Trinity 17.C2&
Dom Coal.... 05.124 U S Mining.. 21
Fnnklln .... 15.0) U S Oil 10 -5
Granby 31.25 Utah -n'(0
Inle Roi-Kle.. 31.75 Victoria COO
Maw MIn.... 7.75 Winona i;.&0
Michigan .... 10.50 Wolverine ... 101.00
Record-Breaker in Boston.
Spuelal to The Tribune.
BOSTON. M.ib Nov. 12. Eaoh day
the market trleii to outdo tho provloua
duy In the volume of business In the local
exchange. Today's two hours was a rec
ord breaker as far as the number of
shares traded In Is concerned. There has
bon a tendency on tho part of many brok
ers to advise profit taking, looking for a
reaction, and many stocks wore thrown
on thu market yesterday and today. The
buying power continues and prices Iulvo
held remarkably welL Fifteen-cent coppr
is predicted in tho near future and. bar
ring reactions, this market will continue
Its upward awing. Hornblower & Weeks
broker, 53 Statu street, Boston and 10
AVall street, New York, furnish the fol
Sab'H. High. Low. Close.
Amnlgd 1335 $75.00 m.SO
Bingham 1175 26.124 35.75
Dnly West .... 300 11.S74 ll.GSW.
Mercur 100 .45
Utah 14S5 41.50 41.00 '.'."
United Statca.,4335 25.C0 2L75 25 CO
Curb Boston, $7.25.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great North
ern. Palmer Houu.
1ETVKR Brown Palaco.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Contco.
LOS ANGELES The Angclus. B.
Gardner. 203 Spring ntrect.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel. .
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impen
1. Astor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxtcra.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel
8T LOUTS-Plantera. Southorn.
BAN FRANCISCO Palaco.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WAflTTTNGTON Wlllnrd. Ralelfch.
Broke Info Ledge
on fk Halifax
Return of Mr. Keith From the Prop
erty at Tonopah Output of
tho New Camps.
Whllo the recent development In tho
Halifax group of mines at Tonopah, New,
is not such ns to Justify him In charac
terizing It as a strike, said Hon. David
Keith on his return from that camp of
bonanzas yesterday, connection has been
mado with one of a cluster of ledges with
which the company's domain Is fissured
nnd with this foothold wystcmatlo pros
pecting for tho main ore bodies will fol
low. At tho connection with tho first
ledge the conditions the highly mln
erullzed nnd so far Is all that
was expected. all to which the
management looked forward when the ex
ploration of the ground was begun. The
territory owned by tho Halifax has a
width of J200 feet, with 3009 feet upon the
strike of tho great zone, which opens up
the brightest possibilities, and whllo tho
management has no doubt of ultimate re
sults It declines to anticipate them.
Meanwhile, said Mr. Keith, the camp
continues to assert Its resources, and that
Its output nt this time Is not even more
voluminous Is that the means for trans
porting Its wealth will not permit Into It
and on to Goldfiold, whero tho excitement
Is hourly movo Intense, tho strugglo for
ground hourly grows more acute. Tho
tonnage of freight Is enormous nnd yet
the consignees are "hollering" because of
delays. At Tonopah the senior Tonopah
company, the Montana and several oth
ers are sending out all the ore that tho
facilities for transporting it will permit,
and whllo tho tonnage from the new camp
of gold Is a small one. tho wealth that Is
being drnwn down Is Indeed bewildering,
tho rush Into town almost a fronzy.
In California, from which he was sum
moned to Tonopah, Mr. Keith reports a
great deal of activity, with much Interest
manifested In the placers and tho copper
bearing mines, to which latter Utah talent
has addressed not a llttlo attention dur
ing tho past few years. He will probably
visit tho properties of tho Sllvor King of
Park City, of which company ho Is presi
dent, and tho mines and mill of tho
Kearns-Kelth the present week.
GREAT IS VICTORIA.
Development One of Most Important
in Tintic's Annals.
Tho nctlvo forwarding of ores of a class
of which dividends are made will begin
tho present week at tho Victoria of Tln
tlc, said John C. Sullivan, manager of tho
youngster, during the day, tho dispensa
tion of dividends to follow at the direc
tion of Its official household, which will
probably bo amlablo enough to meet the
requirements of tho needy before many
months. When Manager Sullivan left
camp yesterday morning the level through
which connection was mado with tho ore
bearing channel at a depth of 150) feet be
low the crest of tho zone, had penetrated
It a distance of 60 feet, with ores of fine
quality still In the face. During tho last
twenty feet In this stretch lead has been
added to tho argentiferous contents of
tho ore, and with from $3 to $5 gold, the
product Is a most satisfactory one. Not
a llttlo of the ore, said Manager Sullivan,
Is Incruated with horn silver, oe It oc
curred In tho Butterfly stone, Grand Cen
tral ground, and tho development is, un
doubtedly, one of tho most Important of
recent years In tho great district. While
the oro body has not been crosscut. It af
fords evory evidence of groat strength,
nnd while at least six feet of It Is ex
posed In tho breast of the level. It Is also
oxpoacd on sides, top nnd bottom. It has,
manifestly, como to stay, whllo with 1500
feet of ground overlying the body, enor
mous possibilities aro opened up.
Southern Country Comes to Utah for
Fred Butler, for several years on tho
Con. Mercur's staff nt Mercur. and dur
ing whoso administration undor ground
wealth in great volume was produced,
leaves for the properties of tho Topaz
Mining company at Rama City. Nicaragua,
tomorrow via New Orleans, at which lat
ter place ho will Join George Cox, for
merly of the blj? mill on Bamberger's De
Lamar mines. Mr. Butler, who goes to
the southern camp as superintendent of
the mines at tho solicitation of W. B.
Brown, says that after operating with
ten stamps for three yours tho battery
will be Increased to ICO, with tho Cox
slimes method and cyanldatlon lo bo In
stalled. A large clrcl; of friends will he
gratified to learn of Mr. Butler's success
In the south.
LOCAL MARKET IN LINE.
Will Be Tacked on to Those of All
The local market Is. to have an early
connection with all the centers of trade
in this country. To that end James A.
Pollock, the well-known broker. Is now
Installing a straight-wire system Uiat
will reach direct Into Now York, Bos
ton and Chicago, orders and communica
tions to be dispatched over tho Logan
it Bryan system of leased wires, which
In their ramifications extend through
over 25,0m miles of territory, and which
touch even city of prominenco in tho
United StateB. It Is the only system of
the kind to liavo made lta appearance In
the Intfrmountaln country, and to Inau
gurate it Frank Greene of Chicago haa
arrived on tho ground. Local Interests
will congratulate thems;lvod while con
gratulating Mr. Pollock on his enterprise.
MILLER MARKETS ORE.
Material of Fine Quality Reaches
The management of th Miller mines
In American Fork canyon, nt which the
wealth of former days was recently te
covercd, roached tho American' furnaces
yostcrday with three carloaJs of cro that
were settled for 011 controls showing ns
much as SS0 cold. 45 per cent land and 15
ounces silver, with an excess of 19 per
cent Iron. The lot, which brought ubout
$1000, will be followed by snother at nn
early day, as tho property Is now pro
ductive of about twenty tons of oro doily,
wUUa flaa body txf 1 &. K
Are Worth $37,00
Another Consignment of Extraordi
nary Ore From the Jumbo's
Property at Goldfleld.
With the furnace's of this valley Its
destination, there Is now at the samp
ler In Reno, according to last night's
advices from there, u consignment of
ore from the Zlnn lease on the prop
erty of the Jumbo Mining company, at
Goldfiold, Nov., twenty-six tons, which
shows a valuation of $37,000, or over
?M20 gold per ton. The shipment, while
not fo sensatlonnl as some that have
antedated It. Is a remarkable one and
cannot fall to Instruct tho large num
ber now participating In the chase for
gold mines. According to a record to
which The Tribune obtained access
during tho day, the receipts from Gold
field alono In October amounted to 1100
tons, and yet from this handful of
earth the gold amounted to 235,000 a
record that has few parallels- Of the
output of this great camp of gold and
of that with which Tonopah Is coming
to market, 9S per cent is now being re
duced in this valley, which, perhaps.
Ir In possession of the best evidence of
triumphs that nre being achieved in
each of tho camps.
Tho new sampler erected at Mound
house, thirty miles south of Reno, and
of which W. O. Manson Is the general
manager, went Into commission yes
terday, according lo ndvlces from that
place. Tho new plnnt has a capacity
of -100 tons dnlly. und on tho broadening
of the C. & C. Railway company's
tracks between Reno and Tonopah.
which will have been accomplished In
the next ninety days, will be removed
to Tonopah. With the extension to
Goldfiold, which Is now assured, a
sampler will be erected by the talent
operating those at other receiving
points along that horizon, this nfford
Ing a system as complete as any by
which tho neds of the producer are
supplied. As an evidence that the or
iginators of the system of samplers
have satisfied themselves on the ques
tion of permanence, It is undoubtedly
as powerful ns that expressed by the
railway company, whose tracks havo
been and are being extended. Tonopah
and Goldfleld have, In the opinion of
these factors and the experts represent
ing them, acquired a permanent posi
tion on the map of the neighboring
Big Deposit "With Rich Contents, Now
Samples with which C. L. Maxwell
came In from his homo at Scofield yes
terday morning and that aroused not a
little interest In the resources of that
region, denote the presence of a deposit
of mineral wax that, with equipment,
promises to enrich every Interest. The
samples, said Mr. Maxwell, were taken
from a deposit no less than 70 feet In
width, this fissured with lenses of wax
that afford as much as 8G per cent in
that substance, with S per cent naph
tha, while tho conglomerates In the
ledge afford an average of about 32 per
cent wax, that, upon reduction, shows
a clean product ready for the market
In developing It the owners have al
ready dropped down 70 feet In the de
posit, and from a depth of 50 feet havo
extended drifts into It n distance of
130 feet, the ledge showing no sign
whatover of diminishing. At present
the management Is conducting experi
ments with a view to putting up re
duction works and with this equipment
the production of wax on a commercial
scale will follow. The deposit Is
known as the Colton wax mine, the
product worth from 18 cents to 35 cents
On the West Desert Mr, Maxwell has
a group of locations, the float on which
shows copper glance. He will begin
prospecting It the present season. He
left for the south again last nlght-
Now Consignments From Several
Sources Now in. Evidence.
Tho Bulletin, telling of tho week at
Bingham, says: An nddlllon Is being
built to tho New England mill, for stor
A shipment of copper ore Is lwlng
made from the Butler-Liberal this week,
which assays, as stated by Manager Ja
cobs, 1 per cent copper, 10 ounces sil
ver, $1 gold, nnd carries a large Iron ex
cess. There Is a fair showing of this
clans of ore, and the mlno Is in shapu
to send out a considerable tonnage of It
between now and thu holidays. Ship
ments, however, will bo governed by mar
Manager Cairn es will have out another
shipping lot' of Valentino ore In a few
A 150-ton lot of promising concen
trates U being shipped from the Queun
mill this week.
Tho Kempton -will will soon treat a
150-ton lot of oro from tho mlno, and
test a "contraption." patented by Col
Wall, Intended to incroaso the mill s Hav
Manager H. M. Adklnson of the Now
England, who. accompanied by Mrs. Ad
klnson. left for the East on tho. 2nd,
will bo absent about a month, during
which he will visit Denver. Chicago and
other cities on company business, and
spend some days at the fair.
From tho Now England mines threo
carloads of excellent ore were sent out
this week, one-half concentrates, tho
balancu carrying 50 per cent lead and
a good per cent of copper. Regular ship
ments are now coming from the New
England, nnd the company should be
laying tho foundation of a plethoric bank
WITH GOOD RESULTS.
Another Salt Lake Interest at Tono
pah to Begin Shipments.
At the Tonopah Crown Point, the driv
ing of the incline on the vein is progress
ing with satisfactory results. Superin
tendent Healy expected to cut the oro
chute at a depth of 100 feet, but tho rock
In the Incline Is already bocomlng min
eralized, showing that the chut widens
out with depth. As soon hm tho main
chute Is topped by the Incline, shipping
will commence, tho ores showing good
values, according to reports Just received
at the offices in Salt Lake City.
Thursday's transfers on tho San Fran
cisco board wore recorded lut they fol
low. Bullfrog, 000 at i7cj Jumbo, ?-W
L ' -
has proven to lots of rx-oplo that It don t
pay to buy Jcwolry at cheap sales or auc
tions. A plated watch looks as woll as
a good cold-filled watch; a plated or
cheap gold ring, when It Is now, looks tno
same as a good gold ring, but after threo
or six months' wear It looks different
altogether, and tho man who sold you the
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GIVEN UP TO DEATH BY DOCTORS, WQHill
IS BROU6S3T SiAOX TO LIFE fl
By Rochester Professor Who Has Mado Wonderful Discovery t
Nature That Has Boon Overlookod by Doctors and ScWif WV
turies Past. for CaJf
what mmu imurnn power is thiI
That Cures Men and Women in Thoir Own Homes Thousands' f ifli
Useless Drugs nnd Medicines Discard ed by This Man Who Heals H
Invalids of Diseases Supposed to be Incurable. ft
TO EUD MM TO SEE AND THE IkM
By Wonder-Worker Who Offers Services Preo of Chnrgo to All c. m?
in Need Believes It Is His Duty to God and Han to Help the Sickonfi"i
Afflicted No Disease Ho May Not Cure. rt!
ROCHESTER, N. Y.-(Spcclat Corre
spondence.) A remarkable caso that
threatens to upset tho theory nnd practice
of medlclrto Is reported from Wilmington,
O. Tho human heart has been made to
beat again In the body of a woman given
up to death by doctors.
Tho credit for this startling restoration
Is duo to that distinguished savant of this
city, Thomas P. Adkln. Professor of VI
taopathy, and President of tho Institute of
Physicians and Surgeons.
Previous experiments on animals, llko
those mado by Loeb of Chicago, and Wea
ver of Philadelphia, succeeded In making
tho heart beat for only a short tlmo after
death, and even this partial success prob
ably was due merely to rellex muscular
action Induced by sallno Injections.
But In this case Professor Adkln accom
plished a far more wonderful result. By
an entirely different method and In on en
tirely different way, ho not only mado tho
heart beat again, but mado It keep on
beating, and today the woman, a Mrs. M.
E. Brapkney, Is allvo and well, Instead of
being In her grave.
Tho history of medicine, from tho tlmo
of Galen to tho present day. falls to glvo
an explanation of this phenomenal res
toration that seems lo rival tho miracles
of ancient writ
The facts In tho case aro so unusual and
revolutionary that an lntervlow was
sought with Professor Adkln, to learn. If
possible, the details .of this wonderful
case. At first he seemed reluctant to talk
for publication, but finally was Induced to
tell of what Is undoubtedly ono of the
most marvelous discoveries In tho annals
of science, a discovery that gives this man
a strange and far-reaching control over
human life, over dlscaso and donth.
"Yes, I restored Mrs. Brnckney to life
nnd health, mado her heart beat agatn."
oald tho professor. "But It Is a mistake to
think that this Is tho first or only case of
tho kind where I have been equally suc
cessful when drugs and doctors havo
failed. I havo cured hundreds of men and
women In the samo way. of diseases pro
nounced Incurable, rescued them when
they were on the edge of the grave and
restored them to health and strength with
out useless drugs or the surgeon's knife."
"Would you mind giving tho names of
some of these people?"
"Not at all. Thero Is nothing I want
concealed or kept secret. I court tho wid
est publicity. 1 want tho whole world to
know what I am doing, so that others
may be saved from an early death or life
long misery. You are more than welcome
to Invcstlgato any or all of tho cures I
havo made of hopeless Invalids given up to
die by doctors. You can read letters from
my former patients. Interview or wrlto to
tho men and women themselves, or you
can go over my records and files and see
for yourself that 1 succeed whero physi
cians nnd medicines havo failed. Ono
caso that I remember particularly Is that
of Mrs. L. A. Phillips of Trawlck. Texas.
She had been bedridden for live years. In
twelve different hospitals, and under tho
treatment of various doctors besides. All
failed to euro her of the complication of
diseases from which she was suffering,
and told her they could do no more, that
her caso was hopeless. ft
"When I took her case It seemed as If
she was beyond the old of any human
power. But, by using the knowledge glvon
mo by my discovery, I cured hor when
she was so near death that In a letter sho
wrote mo she says I raised her from the
"That Is not literally true, of course. I
have no supernatural power, whatever
somo people may say or believe HerJ lJ
near to death's door ehe may hiw kZ
she had not crossed the thresh- l u A
JS1'1, .?rnckney was net
though both of thes wcrrrn cretav
would be In their graves Vr.VS? 1
my discovery." "'ws g
"What Is this dlseoverv1"' I S
"That there Is a law of an fir
ng life and death, disease n-d h-aith" I
law that Is absolutely certain ' i
"And no ono discovered It r-' re touI -
"Apparently not, eliuv dlf.W gtm i' s
Ists. and men and womr-n gj t n tuft A
and dosing themselves with dlncmjl ,e
nnd useless drugs that often !o ir n hi
than good; go on letting them Kestxi il
and carved when there Is no r. 'rttn; f
"What dlseaso do you cjre ty ttj ft
method of treatment?" t. u
"It applies to all. With the rewti
Is given me by my knowledge of thu i fi
thero Is no disease that I may rotrr
havo made tho blind sco ur.il the u
walk. I havo ovorcome parol j tin ItJ -
stopped the living dpath of c xrer n tti
caused deformities to dlsippc.r I La
broken tho chains of morphinism, ika l
onness and other bad habits. I have ca
stomach, bowel and kldnrv trojtH-iBG
tho list Is too lonst to repent L-iI
say that I am ready to und rtak. ttcsBse
of any disease, whatever ud rn." criflfj
ture, however ssverr rh-;l- tr HSd,
standing, whether dor-toM rn. l'.i IF
casu Incurablo or not In f.vt I liB?
physicians lo send mo Ui w ret fcV
most hopeless cases to b- furl"' M I
"But how about those who llvoatilBtf
tance, who cannot afford tlia vat
money to como to you"' ifl ,
"They do not need t com1 f n utl '
do not need to go to thfrri I d r
how far away my pati n's c 1 ,1a,n
them Just as easily and Jest in r J-f.Mr
If I stood by their b.-lM le-
"Then vour power Is like F "s Cit3l
"Not at nil. not llko run cf IVk rdW
It la scientific to the hlghrst cgr IM&
not deny tho existence of dt:cif . Ill jt.
only too terribly tru as no en." 'Mn!
better than I." iML
"Then how do you cure UrmT' frM"
"All that anyone who 'a e!"k rxl TUfj1
to bo cured has to do Is to writ-1 ni'f
dressing Prof. Thomas F Ac"..K WI
1130 G. Rochester. N T t !llrg c,i
namo of their trouble or th r
Hymptoms, age and six. ar.I I wiU.9Bc3
them of my services absolute Ut 2Bb
"Surely you do not m m t' ft MZ
who Is sick can wrltr to i :u tbe r-W5
without paying you am mor', .rMC
"But that Is Juit wh.it I do mfM
not charltv or phllanthropv en dt
though as a Christian I try to t-J FTe"SM
for my fellow raun who Is 1 :a '."Vrm
than I. No one nee-d hrslUto iW
ceptlng my offer. I want tp J.?ml,
covory even more thoroughly, i
try It In thousand of casJ to ai
absolutely suro of tho limit ci Its pcgc
If there is a limit. Tosslbf rVOw
that death can be postponed. lJl.VMlt
, should live a hundml or two .f-rSSBfr
years as easily as he now llv I'M,
Investigation proves tho D"t ir ) .
Prof. Adkln claims Is p' ' 7 ' ifJlM
that his remarks durlr.g thla l'jrlS
a very modest and conuervr.m 1 1
bf his wonderful healing power.
only a man of world-wlJo . fjiee
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