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11 Bran' New ili
1 1 for- Latham lines
H 12 Coiitract for Its Equipment With, a
H Ml Contractor Awarded Curtis 5In-
H H; son During the Day.
H A) "With which to recover the health of
H I metal from a vast tonnage of second
H i class ore upon its dumps and -within Its
H mines at Spruce mountain, out of.
Hi ( "Wells, Nev., the management of the
HI jj' Latham Mining & Smelting company,
H i -with general offices In this city, yes
Hi f tcrday placed its orders for a mill dry
HI f concentration the method to be em
IE ffi ployed. The successful contestant vfor
Iffgl the order was Curtis P. Mason, resl
91 Si dent representative of Fairbanks,
Hi i Morse & Co., whoso mechanical engl
H 1 ncer is now engaged upon the plans for
Hil the plant, that will be rushed to enr
II 3J llest completion possible, the manage
I SI menl hoping to have it In commission
Mm M by the first of next May.
r jf The process to be installed at the
jjjtjM mill is that Improvised by Dr. Snyder
Hg Is and exploited by 'the National Tneu
Hlfil matlc company of Dayton. O. For eight
I months it has been subjected to most
iHjfl critical tests in this city by Fred Flindt,
I I If; one of thefmost experienced of Utah's
I Rlli mlllmen. It has won its spurs, jviid
Hit if 4 Manager George L. Moats of the Lath
llli am company's mines, yesterday, and
luff that It will accomplish results that arc
till w light b'y hljn, Mr. Flindt feels posl
Ifljli tively assured. To expedite construc
Iffljlj tion a sawmill was installed at camp
IIS some time ago and lumber Is now being
Hji piled up.
lif Awaiting this equipment,' said Man
Ill i- ager Moats during the tlay, there is up
Hlff on his company's dumps and blocked
lilt out within Its' ledges no lese tha,n 2C0,
llif WO tons of ore. These ores, according
ll4 to his log, show an average of 26 per
1 11 3 1 cent lead and ten ounces silver, with
Ijfjjf from 3 to 7 per cent copper, ' from
IqH eighty-five cents to $3 gold per ton
llrai a product that closer to transportation
nil, would command a profitable market at
Ijlkt the furnace. In addition to these ores
llji are those exposed In the Juniper, also
owned by the company, aifd with theso
lljf resources, Mr. Flindt, who will super
IgU. intend the construction and subsequent
jf operation of the mill, should experience
lf "o difficulty in piling- up dividends.
I III Manager Moats Is to be congratulated
I ill' on conditions at the property and that
II I it is to be provided with a mill.
I IN LONG TUNNEL.
Avenue Driven by Newhouse Over
Three Miles Into one. '
JTon. Charles C. Parsons, counsel, for
the Newhouse enterprlsce in this and
neighboring States, came In from Colora
do yesterday and will remain two weeks
or more. With the behavior of the new
mill with which -the properties of the
Revenue mines at Norrls. Mom., have
been equipped, Mr, Parsons, who is presi
dent of the company, is very much
pleased, and while It has been in commis
sion but a few days, the product reveals a
most satisfactory recovery, the earnings
fully up to expectations. Of the Now
house tunnel in Gilpin county, Colo., Mr.
Parsons says the output of wealth from
ledges undermined by it is rapidly Increas
ing and that already much for which it
was Inaugurated hag been aenlcved. Now.
beyond the three-mllo station. It Is ap
proaching connection with the big Sara
toga ledge, on which a ,mlso will be made
for a thousand feet to the main slopes,
after which its output will bo tala-n
through the tunnel at Inllnitely reduced
cost. This connection accomplished, the
tonne! will move on to Quartz hill, which
has been mined to a depth of 200 Xeot,
and which has heen one of the most pro
ductive spots iu Colorado. To pump wa
ti r and raise Its ores from present depths,
however. Is no longer profitable, and In
the language of a prominent engineer. Its
salvation Is In the splendid undertaking
by Samuel Newhouse, Reports from the
Newhouse propiytles at Newhouso arc as
gratifying to Mr. Parsons as are they to
the miners of this Stale and to tho gen
tleman whose purse and Intelligence have
made them possible, while tho manner In
which Boston Con. Is responding Is In line
with predictions promulgated by him long
I. BAMBERGER'S BULLION.
Another Consignment Now on Its
"Way to Sub:Trensury.
- To the sub-treasury In New York
there Is now on ito way a consignment
of gold bullion from the mines of tho
Bamberger De 'Lamar company at De
Lamar, Nov., of the value of $35,000,
this swelling tho output of the bonanza
for October to about ?G5.000, said the
management during the day, "While the
exhibit Is a most gratifying one It is
yet far from heights at which Super
intendent Swindler has placed) his pegs
and that he hay no doubt of attaining
before the undertaking is much older.
The new disclosures on andi below the
No. 10 level. Indeed1, would Indicate that
he Is rapidly approaching those heights,
and the earnings, as soon aa this new
source of wealth Is drawn upon, should
and doubtless will, show a material In
crease. Of the physical condition of
I he mines It Is said' that at no time since
their acquisition by the present com
pany has it ,been more favorable to divi
dends, while the mill Is responding to
every prediction. President Bamberger
has every reason to exult1 over the out
look while congratulating the superin
tendent on his achievements.
Mill for Resort.
A message from Resort, Ida., snvs:
"Tho quartz mine belonging to GeorgoIJ.
Reed and his two brothers of Portland, Is
moro than meeting tho expectations of Its
owners. A forca of men is employed in
running tunnels on tho ledge, and lato as
says show values of from $s to WOO per ton
In gold. Tho vein shows a width ot twen
ty feet, and If tho pay strenk continues It
is tho Intention to put a mill on the prop
erty. Tho development work, however,
will contlnuo until sufficient ore Is In
sight to Justify tho erection of a mill or
HH American .imports of tea
HH have increased -but little in
HH 1 forty years; so much poor
BflrB Your grocer mum your money If you don't lilt
VlH Schilling! Bert,
THE DAY ON 'CHANGE.
Daly West Again Climbs Up With
Beck Tunnel Sprinting.
Tlie day on tho mining exchango closed
on the sale of 30.S00 ahuren of stock, for
JT378.S7. and with tho more active traders
generally less buoyant. New York was
again raided by tho shorts, who had been
selling freely from tho hour it pricked
up Its oars and started up tho pike, while
Victor Con. had a crimp put In It and
sold down to 5 cents, with Sliver Shield
hovering around 12Vj. Beck Tunnel, from
whose new fissure at Tlntlc favorable re
ports contlnuo to arrive, shot up the line
to Vt cents, while orders for small lots
were being executed, and while there was
considerable sparring at May Day s coun
ters, It remained firm at :c4 In the trad
ing, and closed on a bid at ihoso flg
' uros. Victoria found Itself oh the tobog
gan, with which It slid until SI. $5 was
reached, while the Judge came out quite
freely around ?1.Z5, with .Daly West
bringing $13.75. Sliver King recorded
steady advances in tho sparring, while
'Central was an offering at fl, the day
closing on tho following market:
I A7M. II PfM.
Bid. A3kCd. Bid. lAskcd.
AJax j .0J $ .13& $ .10 $ .13
Alico 30 .70 . 35 -70
Boston C. .. C.75 0.75 ,..
Bullion-B. ... 1.00 1.75 l.OO
Beck Tun. .. .12 .20 .10, .12
Butlcr-L, ... .10Vi -
Carlsa, 14V -loli .14V4 -10
C. Mercur .. .12 .16 .41V4 .40
Century 05 10 .
Creole 40 45
Congor 20 20 1.00
Daly 2.05 2.50 2.05 2.50
Daly-Judge .. 4.10 4.40 ,4. 50
Daly West 11.S71, 13.87 12.75 11.25
Dexter 03 1.00 .03
E. & B. B... .7S .90 .75
Galena ) .01 (M,(:
G. Central . 3.25 1.25 3.25 4.C0
Goldfleld B.. .05 05 -..
Horn Sliver . 1.20 1.25
Ingot 01 .OiVi .01&
Jim B .52 .70
Joe Bow. 00 .021 .00?i .02i
Little Bell .35 .05
L. Chief 02V .02 .0214 .02
L. Mam 15 , 15 .19
Mont. Ton. .. 1.S0 1.05 1.70 l.0
Mammoth ... 1.50 1.75 l;5o 1.70
May Day ... .33 .34 . 33V4 -33"i
M. Wash 00 .01 .C0T& .OIVj
New York .. .214 .2! .20 .22&
Ontario 3.50 4.25 3.50 4.25
Petro 05Vi CC
R.-An'conda .01 .02 .0114 .00
Sunshine 7.. .01 .C0?4 .04
Swansea 25 25 .45
S. Swansea .05 . 08 .01 .OS
Sacramento . .00l,fc .114 .00 .10-
Silver King . E3.00 C5.00 53.00 01.00
Star Con 1C .10 .15 .15?i
S. Shield 12& .13 .10M: .13
Scottish C. .. .01 .20 20
Tonopah .... S.75 10.00 3.00 9.75
Toropah B. . .C3 ,S0 '.
Tonopah Ex. 1.95
Tonopah M. .32 . 43 ..32 .15
Tetro ..a 2U .21 .25
U. States ... 21 00 24.87 2i.l2, 2i.S7V
V. Sam C .23 .25 .23
Utah 25 .15 .25 .55
Victoria ..... l.S2 1.89 1.S0 1.90
Victor C. .07 . 07 08
Wabash 30 32 .50
Yankee C. .. .34 .35 -3 -3G
New York, 500 at 25c; 2500, at 25c; 500 at'
25c, buyer thirty days; Hftl at 25VLc, buyer
thirty days; 500 at 24c. .
Victoria, 100 at $1.7.
Victor Consolidated, 500 at 7c: 200 at
Shares sold, 53C0.
Selling value, S13C9.12.
' OPEN BOARD.
Daly West, 175 at $13.75.
May Day, 1000 at 33?-ic.
New York. 500 at 24c: 500 at 23c: 5D0 at
23c: 500 at 22c; 1500 at 22c.
Silver Shields 2000 at 12c; 500 at 13c,
buyer sixty days.
Sacramento, 500 at lOVic.
Victoria, 1(0 at Sl.Sa; 100 at ?1.S7.
Victor Consolidated, lOC'j at 7c.
Shares sold, 10.373.
Selling value, $4501.25.
Beck Tunnel. 300 at 13c; 5C0 at 12c.
Daly-Judge, 25 at $4.25.
Star Con., 500 at 15c.
. Uncle Sam. 1000 at 24c.
Shares sold, 2525.
Selling value, $973.75,
Daly-Judge, 100 at $4.25.
Tngot, 2000 at lc.
Llttlo Chief. 4090 at 2c.
Victor Con., 52C0 at 5c; 300 at 5c.
Shares' sold, 11.C00. '
Selling value, ' $$34.75.
Ores and Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the day's
settlements amounted to $Si.4C0, McCor
nlck & Co. reporting them as thev fol
low; American bullion, $35,900; gold, sll
vor, lead and copper ores, $4S,500.
In tho metal market silver ruled at
5SVi cents nn ounce, lead at $3,5014.20 per
100 pounds, and casting copper at 13
cents a pound.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 17. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alpha Con $ .13 Justlco ,? .fa
Andos t .24 Mexican 1.15
Belcher 19 Occidental Con . .74
U & B 1.10 Ophlr 2.25
Bullion 34 Overman 12
Caledonia 47 Potosl 10
Challengo Con . .13 Savago 23
Chollar II Seg Belcher 05
Confidence SG Sierra Nev 41
C C Sc Va 2.C0 Silver Hill 53
Crown Point ... .10 Union Con 57
Exchequer 44 Utah Con 09
G & C 11 Ycl Jacket ...... .12
Lf &. N 04
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adam3 Con ....$ .25 Llttlo Chief ....$ .05
Alice 70 Ontario 3.75
Broeco .12 Ophlr. 2.20
Brunswick C .. .12 Phoenix If.
Comstock T OS Potosl 07
C C & Va J.75 Savage 20
Horn Silver .... 1.D5 Sierra Nev 20
Iron Silver . ... 2.10 Small Hopes ... .2S
Leadvlllo Con . .02 Standard 1.S0
' BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Advonturo ..$ C.fO Michigan ....$10.12
Allovez .. .. 19.75 Mont.C & C. 4.75
Amalg'd .... S0.C2 Old Dom .... 28.37
Amer Zinc .'. 13.75 Osceola 96, E0
Atlantic ,. .. 20.75 Parrot 33.C0
Blnghsm .... 33.37 Qulncy 120.00
C & H.SeOO.OOflCOa.OO Shannon .. .. 7.02
Cpntennlal .. 30,75 Tumarack ... 133.00
Copper R ... 73,75 Trinity 1G.75
Daly West .. 14.50 U S Mln .... 24.62
Dom Coal .. G3.00 U S Oil 12.25 "
Franklin .... 12.00 Utah 4f!.25
Granby .. . . 5.S7 Victoria .. .. S.S7
Islo Royalo . 31. a Winona .. .. 12.00
Maps Mln ... 7.25 Wolverine .. 10S.00
Mohawk .. .. 55.00
Boston Market Closed Active.
Special Jo Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 17. The Boston
market was rather quiet at the open
ing, but as tho day progressed and Amal
gamated strengthened the balance of the
list was not slow to follow the leader,
and prices again began to advance Bull
ish talk, continues on these shares and
buying orders nro accumulating, which
would lead us to believe that tho end
Is not In sight. Tho market closed ac
tive and Dtrong. Hornblowor & Weeks,
brokers, 53 State street, Boston, and 10
Wall street, New York, furnish the fol
Sales. High. Low. Close
Amalgamated ..1G,405'$S1.25 $77.50 $S0.12
Bingham 2,250 30.50 20.00 30.37
Daly West .... 2.020 11.62 14.25
Mcrcnr fe00 .47
Utah . S.0S5 46.75 45.75 46.75
United States .. 2.220 24.75 24.37 24.75 I
I Curler-Boston, $7 377.S7. J
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS.
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great ' Norm
ern. Palmer House.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES The Angclus. B. i"
GnrJner. T05 Spring strccl.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Antor House
OMA IT A Tho Millard. Tho Pax loo.
PORTLAND, OR Portland IIotoL
ST LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
w, STTT'r;TON' wiilavJ. Raleigh.
A - Boom Is Near
m kim Bill
Disclosures in May Day and Neigh
boring Properties Most Import
ant of tho Season. '
"Tho man who invested his wad In May
Day when tho market -throughout was
booming and who Is watching his oppor
tunity to get out whole," said Frank
Kimball, cashier of McCornlck & Co.'s
branch at Eureka, yesterday, "owes It to
himself to go down thero and to look at
the resources that have been uncovered
the present season. If he will do this bo
may and probably will chango his atti
According to Mr.- Kimball, uniformly
conservative, all reports from tho mine
Indicate tho presence of ore bodies that
exceed In magnitude nny that havo been
unearthed on the hill on which It Is lo
cated. It Is said that the now channel
has now been laid open for over 100 feet,
with lino ore continuing In the face of tho
drift, and that in other portions of tho
properly conditions compare not unfavor
ably with the main one.
Indeed, said Mr. Kimball, thero Is great
er activity In no portion of Tlntlc than Is
there along Godlva mountain at present,
whllo tho results aro emphasized In tho
tonnage now coming from its producers.
That Its milling ores can bo concentrated
and made to yield a good margin has also
bcn demonstrated, and It Is quite likely
that tho Yankee and Godlva will each re
sort to that method next season and that
each will be equipped for concentration.
From the Carlsa Manager Joseph Is at
present wheeling out a larger tonnage
than at any period In many years, with
some of It ohowlng sensational percent
ages In copper, while from the Victor
Con., adjoining the Carlsa, encouraging
reports oro coming ocr the hill. Con
corning the payrolls, Mr, Kimball says
they testify to the employment of a larger
number than at any period In a long
BETTLES MAKES SALE.
Control of His Group Out of Soda
villo Goes to McKane,'
According to advices from tho west, a
controlling Interest In tho Blue Light
group of copper-bearing mines, twelve
miles west of Sodavlllc, Nev., and the
property of Alex Bettlea and associates In
this city, has been sold to John McKane
of San Francisco. According to tho story
tho properties were worked In the early
0s. opened up to tho 200-foot level, with
many hundred, feet of drifts, crosscuts
and winzes and CO00 tons of high-grade ore
shipped. It was acquired this year by
Alex Bettles, who skipped out throe car
loads of oro which nottodover $1900. The
ore, a copper carbonate, occurs In a
crushed zone from twenty to forty feet
wide between a carboniferous and bluo
llmo and outcrops on tho surface for over
3000 feet, carrying small values In gold
and silver. There are 20,000 tons of ore
blocked out In the mine which will run
from G to 10 per cent copper, and also
enough shipping ore running from 2G to 33
per cent to pay for sinking a new shaft
150 feet deep, and this work has now been
commenced. Associated with Alex Bot
tles In the properties Is his brother, who
has long been one of the prominent mem
bers of the Newhouse staff In this State,
whllo tho appearance of Mr. MoKane In
that camp means a revival of diggings
that produced many millions a quarter of
a century ago.
STUDIED LOCAL METHODS.
Japanese Instructor Learns How to
Beduce His Country's Ore.
Quito enthusiastic over methods em
ployed In this valley and at the camps of
Utah in the reduction of ores, Yoshltaro
Watanabe, professor of metallurgy at tho
Imperial university, Tokio, Japan, de
parted for Colorado yesterday, with the
plantf) at Leadvlllc. Pueblo and Colorado
City In his Itinerary. While In Utah the
professor mado studies of the method In
uso ut the American's Murray furnaces In
the reduction of lead ores and of those so
successfully employed at tho Utah Con.,
the United States and Bingham Con. In
the reduction of the copper, gold and silver-bearing
ores. At each ho was afford
ed valuable instruction, as was ho by his
observations at the big mill with which
tho precious metal is recovered from tho
gold-bearing ores of tho Con. Mercur
mines at Mercur. While the development
of tho mining Industry In Japan has been
sluggish, said Prof. Watanabe, Interest In
Its mineral resources has greatly In
creased during Clio last few ycara and the
metallic output of the empire is rapidly
Increasing. His commission as custodian
of the Japanese exhibit at tho St. Louis
exposition has enabled him to acqulro
much Information that will bo utilized In
tho diggings of Japan and will be made
to servo and instruct a largo class now In
his department In the Imperial seat of
AN IDEAL SITE.
Ground Upon Which. Mammoth Smel
ter Is to Bo Hcared.
Tho smelter of 750 tons' dally capacity
that Is to be erected by the Mammoth
Copper Mining company to reduce the ores
of tho Mammoth mine In the Backbone
district, Shasta county. California, will be
elected between Backbone and Little
Backbone creeks, less than half a mllo
west of tho Southern Pacific railroad, saya
the Searchlight. It will be connected with
the main line by a branch railroad that
will connect with the Southern Pacific
tracks about half a mllo south of the town
of Kcnnet. The eighty acres of land
bought by tho Mammoth company for Its
smelter aro said to afford an Ideal molter
site. The land Is fairly level. Is only half
a mllo from the Southern Pacific tracks,
and Is convenient to the mine, with which
tho smelter will bo connected by a tram.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Duuglri
Option Given on
Pennsylvania Talent Obtained Favor
able Action From the Com
j pany's Directors.
Tho directors of tlu? Dexter-Tuscnrora
Consolidated Mining company havo finally
succumbed to one of many overtures
mado them by tho bonanza chasers, and
yesterdny afternoon executed an option
on tho mills and mines of tho company
at Tuscarora. Nov., the purchasing syn
dicate reprosented by a prominent mining
engineer and an equally prominent mlno
owner of Pennsylvania, tho agreement
Kubject, of course, to tho approval of tho
shareholders, who will convene In this
city early next month. Just how much
wealth tho purchasers havo obligated
themselves to pay the officials of tho
compnny refused to divulge after ad
journment last night, but It Is character
ized by President John Dern as "a good
lound sum" andi one which appealed to
tho board as a fair one. Tho overture
was not a hasty one, with which tho
company was apprdached. On the con
trary, the properties of tho company havo
been carefully sampled by the representa
tives of the crowd by which It was sought
and upon tho results negotiations were
prosecuted. Tho properties of the Con
solidated company, aro among the best
known in Nevada and havo been produc
tive of a great deal of wealth. The Dex
ter mines were acquired by Salt Lakers
after many years of strenuous litigation,
nr.d the organization of a compan fol
lowed. So did some of tho most sensa
tional ore ever seen ' upon this market
Equipped with mills for the reduction of
the second-class ores, the Tuscarora com
pany was Induced to join tho Dexter, and
since that time the effort has been to de
velop efficient means for the recovery of
tho values contained In large volumes of
ore. Certainly, the values were present,
but they, or a large percentage of them,
slipped away and deposited themselves In
tho slimes ponds the contents of which
shoV an average of $G per ton. Of theso
alono thero Is a large tonnage. The com
pany is capitalized at S5CO.0O0, with as
many shares of tho par value, of Jl, but a
largo number remain in tho treasury.
BECK TUNNEL STB.IKE.
Nev Fissure Opening" Up Satisfac
torily Under Development.
Whllo lion's from that source Is pro
voklngly nebulous, there Is not a little to
denote that In the now Assure, now being
prospected by tho management of tho
Beck Tunnel company's properties at Tln
tlc, a little moro than a "flash" has been
encountered. On the contrary, a report
from camp yesterday morning Indicates
tho presence of ore In the ledge, this not
as gratifying, perhaps, as ore conditions
that aro characterized as Identical with
thoso In neighboring properties on God
lva mountain. Assuming that another vi
sion has opened up. to "Uncle Jesse"
Knight another chamber of wealth In that
region into which he was originally led
by a spectro that appeared before him
many year,s ago, tho local market em
braced the report from the territory, and
tho Investor who loaded up tho previous
day said his holdings advanced a hundred
per cent. That the prophet of Provo will
get oro in this locality as did ho In
Humbug and Undo Sam, and subsequent
ly the Salvalor, Is not at all unlikely,
and ussurance3 from him that ho has
made another strlko aro awaited with
liveliest Interest here.
Assuming that the reports from the Beck
tunnel aro authentic. It cannot but add
largely to possibilities In a region that
has been studded with strikes the pres
ent season. The extraordinary develop
ment In the May Day. the new disclos
ures In tho Uncle Sam and Yankee, the
disclosures In the Tetro, tho Improved
condition of Godlva, afford a record, In
deed, of which no other portion of Hint
district Is permitted to boast.
ME. LEWIS RETURNS.
Gets Back From the East With Much
to Denote Success.
. President A. B. Levls of tho Monarch
mines has returned from the East, visi
bly pleased with results achieved thero.
but declining to go into particulars at
this lime. He reports conditions there
very much Improved, with' the copper
market the feature, while tho best au
thorities on the subject aarreo that tho
present market has come to remain In
definitely. President Lewis, who has
been most energetic during his absonce,
returns In excellent health, while a large
circle of friends aro waiting on assur
ances that his efforts have succeeded.
Wealthy Pittsburg1 Investor Acquires
Prominent Interest in It.
A correspondent writing from Reveille,
Nev., In which camp T. J. Lynch and oth
ers acquired the big group that was sub
sequently mado the foundation! for tho
Southwest Nevada Mines company, saya
tho only oro now being extracted Is that
broken down In development nnd that of
this oro about WO tons Is now being sent
out by way of Tonopah. A prominent In
terest In the company recently went to a
Pittsburg Investor and not a few are re
lying on the properties to become ns pro
ductive as any of the argentlferous-lead
mines In thb Nevada list.
Tuesday'H transfers on tho San Fran
cisco board were recorded as they follow:
Adams, 1500 at 11c; Bullfrog. 2300 at 51c;
Goldfleld Mining company, 10CO at GlC0c:
Red Lion, 1000 at Gc; Jumbo Extension.
2000 at 20c; MacNamara, 12.700 at 2Sff27c;
Montana-Tonopah. 1000 at $l.S5ffl.82V?; 200
at $1.S0. buvcr ten days'; New York-Tono-pah.
3500 at 12c; Paymaster, 25C0 at 3c;
Belmont. 700 nt 70&GSc; Gold Mountain,
1S00 at ISc; Midway. 3500 at 373Gc; North
Star, 2500 at lMJ17c; Vernal, 2000 at He;
Dlnmondfleld, -1500 at i5fi23c.
Tho return of Manager Rohlflng of tho
Lulu and Frisco Contact Mining com
panies from tholr holdings out of Frlfcco
lu schcdulod for today.
Manager Channlng reports good pro
gtose In the winze bolow the SOO-foot level
on tho Utah Cou.'h bonanzas at Bing
ham, although It Is going; down In a
footwall, with no knowledge of values
to Uo had until a cross-cut is made to
Manascr Trewcek of the Wabash re
ports tho work on Its properties at Park
Cltv progressing steadily In nicely min
eralized rofck, with ore occurring at In
tervals. President C. M. MacNclll and Treas
urer Spencer Penroso of the Utnh Copper
company aro to arrive from Colorado to
day to Inspect the company's big mines
and mill at Bingham.
Two moro carloads of ore from tho
Miller mines In American Fork canyon
reached tho American's fumnces during
the day. Tho output at present consists
of about 500 aacks of oro dally, said Hon.
James Chlpman, under whose supervision
tho ores aro marketed.
Charles L;iwton a prominent Colorado
nu ling man, como In from that Stato
has proven to lots of pcoplo that It don t
pay to buy Jewelry at cheap sales or auc
tions. A plated watch looks as well as
a good gold-filled watch; a plated or
cheap gold ring, when It Is new, looks tno
same as a good gold ring, but after tfu-o
or six months' wear It looks different
altogether, and the man who sold you tnu
article Is gono nnd you havo thrown away
your money. T havo tho reputation thai
I sell reliable WATCHES, DIAMOND.-;.
JEWELRY, CLOCKS and OPTICAL
GOODS, at th lowest poslblo prices. I
guarnntoo evcrv article to bo exactly us
reprcsc-ntod. and I will mako It good any
time, if found otherwise.
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING A
75 East Second South streat, be
tween Commcrclnl and State streets.
Members S. F. Merchants' Ex., Cal.
Slock and Oil Exchange.
S. F. & Tonopah Alining
Fred W. Dulfer. representing Starr &
Dulfor, Tonopah Nev., Commission
Stock Brokers. ,
Tonopah and Gold field Stocks and Minos.
S. F. Office Merchants' Ex. Hide
Elliott, Williams & Colborn
Minos and Mining Stock Bought. Sold
and Rcoorted on.
Reliable Information furnished concern
ing Tonopah and Goldfleld districts.
Good Whisky Nccd3 No Praise. Sold
by ROPER & MAZER. "Tho Zang," 23
2S W. 2nd So.
MEN ! GET IT NOW.
Send today for a book which will Inspire
any man to be strong and vigorous a
book you will like to read. It tells how
to cure weak men, and glvea illustrations
of tho effect of my bolt upon weak, nerve
less men. I send tho book, sealed, free, If
you lncloso this ad.
DR, M. T M'LAUGHLIN.
031 10th St . Denver. Colo.
INCREASED OR- $
) . DERS FOR i
I HOSIER'S I
y (Made us -work a !
6 little harder last
I week but then K
i we don't mind U
yesterdaj on his way to tho northern
country. Mr. Lawton Is the son of one
of Michigan's most eminent geologists,
and to the Michigan colony hero is well
Tho manacemcnt of the Mammoth of
'Pintle marketed elghty-nlno tons of oro
during tho day.
J. P. Sweeney of Goldflold, Nov., Is at
the T. & B. sampler with a consignment
of high-grade gold rock from that mar
A settlement was mado by Cashier
Wciler yesterday on the latest lot of ore
from tho Utah mine. Deep Creek, the
controls showing 37 per cent load apd 140
ounces silver per ton.
In Its Thunder Mountain News, the
Idaho Statesman says- Tho Dewey
stamp mill Is lu steady operation, and
tho clean-ups aro reported most satisfac
tory. The extent of tho rich strike re
cently made has not been determined,
but It Is stated that a large body of 510
ore Is exposed by drifts and cross-cuts.
Deeper exploitation will bo carried on
during tho winter.
Child, Cole & Co., Brokers,
100 Atla3 Block. Both Phones 325.
Circular Work a Specialty.
Sopha L. Berry, stenographer and
typewriter, Kenyon writing-room.
PERISH IN A FIRE.
One Man Killed, Three Others Hurt,
in Blaze in Denver.
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 17. One man Is
dead and three others aro seriously Injured
as a result of a fire which destroyed tho
tar plant of the Denver Gas and Electric
company. The property loss Is estimated
The lire was eausd by spontaneous
combustion which occurred among tho oils
and paints In the paint department. Tho
men wero working in tho room at the
time. Their clothing caught tiro and two
of them saved tholr lives by Jumping into
a water tank.
Clement Clark and E. F. Jones rushod
from tho building with clothing ablaze,
and Clark was bo badly burned about the
arms and body that he died soon after
reaching the open air.
GROWING IN POPULARITY.
Tho More People Know Newbro'a
Herpicido the Better They Like It.
Tho more It becomes known tho better
It Is liked. One bottle sells two, and
those two sell four. Ncwbro's Herpicido
Is what wo aro talking about. It cleans
tho scalp of all dandruff, and destroying
tho cause, a llttlo Germ or parasite, pre
vents tho return of dandruff. As a hair
dressing it Is delightful. It ought to bo
found on every toilet table. It stops fall
ing hair, and prevents baldness. It
should bo used occasionally, as a preven
tive to protect the scalp from a new In
vasion of the dandruff microbe. Sold by
leading druggists. Send 10c. in stamps
Sr samplo to Tho Herplclde Co., Detroit,
W vi ' If '3:n aGSh'c Gqnipment for a
j ITIM modern office, consult our stock of in flf
j , strumenls and .supplies. -mP,
j TSlS jj If you -want a. portable outfit for fray- lf
cling, see us at once. . jM
ASSSy6F In either event, you will be greeted p
'g with everything required. jlf
Exclusive agency for the World's Best, Kollar Balances,
jf Salt UU Mnwlm Company
' ' Bran(l BW
j t Being1 of a auperior quality, is rapidly taMaf '
I (uTlq? tho Plac8 o Eactem importations. At tk'
'fxffi&m'3 Tame price as our othc? brands. Try it,
AGrolEjR ; 3-mmz' mm Htanaaer;
t liiSsili I KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO., I
WWIpljWm ! Roaldont Rotall Agante. 1
j yl&tM Y Telephone 231. j
I NEW PRIYRTE 1
I WIRE SERVieE I
I JAS. A. POLLOCK & CO.
Bankers and Brokers, j
1 6 W. Secood South St. 1
fj Salt Lako City. jj
K Orders Promptly Executed In 1
3 Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Grain and 1
ft Provisions. Private leased Wires I
with LOGAN & BRYAN, Corre- I
u spondents. Members Now York C
n Stock Exchange, Nov.- York Cot-
K ton Exchange, Boston Stock Ex- 1
S chanKc, Chicago Board of Trade. I
I Wo handle all, prominent Utah I
g Mining and Commercial Stocks. g
. BLANK BOOKS
"We make 'em in our up-to-date
bindery. Givo us some of
your work. We will demon
strate our ability.
Pembroke Stationery Co.
IT 54- W. 2nil South. Phones 758. j
- j?yt notice. v n
" ' Wo havo Just re- 3
i celved a paper of . a
f ur.mountad diamonds that wo can ?
J sell at unusually low Trf. ,n M
, finest quality, which wo will do.
j Pleaso tall and look at them nt fij
J once, as they will move fast. Man- M
I ufactura all kinds of spcclnl do- M
i elgnu to order. Make over old Jow- H
Y clry Into up-to-dato designs or ex- 5s
1 chango for new. or buy your old
1 gold. jS
f So. Main St. j
1 New BooSi Bargains j
I, 75 CENTS EACH
The Gadfly Voynlcb
Shadowlnga Lafcadlc Hearn i
Sixty Jano John Luther Long
No Iloro Hornunp I
Ono of tho Pilgrims. .Anna Fuller "
ICIng'a End Alice Brown '
w When Knighthood Wan' in Flower 9
9 The Touchstone... Edith Wharton
3 Red Blood and Blue Itobortson 1
A The Mississippi Bubble Hough I
f Tho Master Christian Correlll
W The Right of Way Parker
IKathcrlno Frenshnm 1
Beatrice Harmden 8
Tho Silent Maid Pcngborn a
His Graco of Osmonde Burnett 3
fd Within Ihe Gates ....E. S. Phelps if
H Tho Striking Hours .. . Phllpotta I
.': Jack Raymond Voynlcb 2
David riymm ..Westeott If
? nnd s
l HUNDREDS OF OTHERS. 1
tr Ro our Bargains at SO cents. 3
K Pick-ups for holiday gifts. ft
I k R. Derge & Co. !
I 164 Main St. j
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Rcmovod to 152 South V, Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
clll reculvo prompc attention. Analytical
worir a npcclalty. Bend for price Hot.
The State Bank of Uta
Corner Main and South Tomplo 8ti
Sftlt Lake City. 1
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President. f
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlce-PresldeS
CHARLES S. BT'RTON. Cashier. W
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier, 1
GENERAL BANKING BUSDTEa
Accounts Solicited. Special attentlanTl
country trade. Correspondence Invited
J. E. CQSGRIFF, E W WILSON,
OPEN AN ACCOl NT WITH
Commercial National Ban
An Exponent of Gonscrvatlsm CorabJM
with Enterprise. P
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble. VIcc-presldenlf
A. H. PEABODY. Asst. Cashli
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah. fj'i
Established U52 M1
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank In UtB.-'
Capital . . l Sffj
Surplus ) ...UtfiS.OBI
Undivided profits 1 J:
Transacts a general banking buslne
domestic and foreign. 3M
Dlroct connections with banks laTjw
principal cities of the world. v91
ISSl'EsT ' M '
Drafts, 1 onmi
Letters of Credit, V promplBi
Telegraphic Transfers ) cltSi
Deposits received subject to cbtck. tif
II. L. MILLER, Cashier. fl:
H. P. CLARK. A33t. CMhlftril
ESTABLISHED 1SU. 110 OFFICSd!'
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. JW
3 G. DITN & C.,
The Mercantile Agency. M
GEORGE RUST. Genoral M?fer.i
Office In Progress bldg. Salt Laks CIA
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, J2CO,.0.f
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. $
Established 1S59. Incorporated 111
Transact a General Banking BusmeH."
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR KESJffy
pESERET NATIONAL BANX,
! UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, S250,00j
L. S. HILLS. SoTeB THATCEM
President. VlcejP rlfcg
H. S. YOUNG, B-A8mrhiJI
Cannier. Asst. Caamer.J
Safo doposlt boxe for rent
NATIONAL BANK OF j
U. S DEPOSITARY. 1
FRANK KNOX VA""'ISidS
JAMES A. MURRAY 'PgJSS
W. F. ADAMS VC'Ww J
CAPITAL PAID I. l
Banking in all Its branches tran. "J
Exchango drawn on tho principal auj
INTEREST PAID ON TIME PEPOMg
jypCORNICK & CO., I
Salt Lake City, Vtab. V
-ESTABLISHED 1876 JK
W. F. BOND S COf
BROKERS, GOLMTMD, 'M;
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