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8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1907.
I UTE COPPER flQWN
10 SIM II
Superintendent Wilkins Says
All Preliminary Work Has
Born Disposed Of.
MINERS AT FACE
OK WEIR TUNNEL
Property Finely Equipped lor
Probing Sew and Richly
Hereafter till expenditures made by
the management of tlie L'te Copper oni
P&oy will he charged to operating ex
peases. This is the good word brought
to the local offices of flii company Pri
day by Superintendent WUkina. This
was the manner in which Mi. Wilkins
announced that all the preliminary ton
provements hsjrl been made, bo 'hat this
newly nrjj.mizoil Bingham company trill
from DOW on hr- down tn hard arid sin - i
cere development work. It will he re
called that the Ute Copper company was
formed last month by Thomas Weir and
X. J. Catrbw and their salt Lake as
soejares, the company raking over the!
old Winamu b and other groups of the
Mr. Wilkiu stair? that the miners
are dow working in tli vicinity of the
face of the Weir tunnel, the working,
bnog leaned out to that point, and that I
rhc work of pushing this tunnel into re- ,
sources at overincreaaing vertical
depths sonn will he well under fray.
This tunnel nras run BCvera yean ago)
by the original owners of the properties,
.md it will he the main avenue of the 1
l ie company into its red metal treasure
vaults. The compressor is in operation,
all other needed equipment is working!
Iin splendid order and thr- buildmgi for
the comfort of the mr-n employed BTe
The l'te ( oppor rnmpnnv baa a Splen
did scope of richly mineralized Ring
ham territory with which 1" work, and
thr- leelopnients of the present season
Confidently are expei ted by those fa
miliar wilt the ground to demonstrate
beyond all doubt that the owners have
another big cupper mine for that great
Utah mining anip. President Thomas
Weir at the present lime is in tin- Baat,
and befdi! his lvtiirn to Salt Lake he
wUl spend join time in Kurope.
I BLACKBOARD MINING.
Esrtemet Brings Sound Advice to:
Goldfield Mine. Operators
tieorge H. Thillips. the t 'hicago corn I
king, who figured in so manv sensation
al adventures in the pit two years ago,
.s in Goldfield and alreadv has mad"
largp investments. With Mr. Phillips
is Thomas Harney, also a well known
Chicago operator. They are interested !
in the Frames King property, 71-2
miles east of Goldfield, Bays the Gold
"We have com" here to min? and
not to play rhr stork market, ' gaid
Mr. Phillips. "'The thing Goldfield needs
to do is to give more time to real nrin
ing. This blackboard mining won t
j. reduce any mines From what 1 hap
learned of this district, and from what
I have seen before eorping here. I am j
convinced that this is thr greatest min I
ing d'strict in the world. The riches 1
aren t ovn fo jehed yet, but it is go-
ing to take time and work to develop !
them, and again, what the district ueede
is miners and operators who know their
busi ness. ' :
Mr, Phillips and Mr. Harney were
brought to Goldfield by the report of j
promising developments on thn- Fran
oes King proprrtv. At 3 dpth of fifty
fir feet a largo body of ore aasavin'g
$40 to the ton was found. Machinery
for hoisting will h- installed imme
diately. The two men were aerompa
nied by M. ,T. Fink of Goldfield, who is
returning from a husiness trip to ('hi
eago. ''Chicago has faith in the district "
Said Mr. Fink, 'but there i- h strong
suspicion of stock jobbing whirl' ;
doing it much harm. 1 talked to Sen
ator Mason ai the Hamilton club He
secmed to know all about the camp,
as indeed they all did, 'You're killing
the goose that, lays the golden cger
he said. 'It's a mighty g"or stock
market that lasts forever and the Gold
field poople are doing all in rheir power
to bnug theirs to a quick death.' "
I MEERSCHAUM DEPOSITS.
Fine Material Found in Good Quanti
ties in New Mexico.
Smokers who delight in meerschaum
pipes need not. despair over the reports
that this material is doomed to so lim
ited a production as to prevent rs use
as heretofore. Word comes from New
York that the Meerschaum company of
America has just finished an examina
tion of 3O0 acres of its New Mexico
meerschaum deposits, with the result,
that two true fiBsure veins were un
covered more than 1200 feet in length.
The meerschaum is staterl to be of nTag
nifi.enl quality William J. Selden
berg, formerly vie president of the
American Tobacco Company, is presi
dent of the Meerschaum company.
I Copper Prices Off.
.lames A Pollock A. Co., bankers and
brokers, 6 West Second South street,
furnish the following, receive,! aver
their private wire yesterday aftern 1:
Boston wire-- Metal exchange quotes
lake off 4c in nk price, electrolytic
off in The bid and acke.l ami cant
ing off ' t C in t he bid price.
Union Assay Office.
Li. t. Hnnauer, J. V. Sadlet,
iaL' Wear Temple. P. O. Box 1440.
I I UTAH SMELTING CO.
BUYERS OF ORES.
H m$ DAIELS The Tailor
pjSl HIkvI 67 We8t 8econd South St.
afl vmir l40, tE0 ,6 and '70 New
Hi wMr Tork tnllor-niaclo unaccopt-
I HI d eultt, Ahcred to nt and
SJPjgj aold at $15. $20 125 and $30.
GIGANTIC TASK IS
VERY NEAR COMPLETE
Utah Mine Management Has
Labored Under Very Many
The management of the Utah mine at
Fish Springs baa had one of the most
difficult kinds of proposit ions upon its
! hands during the past few months 111
its efforts 10 repair the great damage
1 occasioned by the fire in the main shaft.
' Superintendent Sutton arrived in Salt
Lake yesterday on company business,
ami when seen bj The Tribune, stated
, that progress in reclaiming the main
shaft was not only impeded by the ac
cumulated debris, but by the fact thai
the nil- was too stifling and hot for men
to breathe in the shaft for sonic time
after the fire. I' has taken time, there
fore, to ger to depths, bill the work of
reclamation has been done well.
Some timeago the management was
I able to get upon the 800-foot level by
means 01 a winze from an upper work-
j ing. but not until a few days ago could
I auyone get guy ways near the station
I on the deeper level. Mr Sutton states
lh.it he lias gone now within 7 feet of
the 800, and that the shaft has been
cleaned out to this depth The work
; retihlbering the shaft has been going
on satisfactorily, and it will nol be lrug
until the company will be utilizing this
main shaft for all purposes The hoist
ing apparatus and all other surface
equipment have been installed at the
shaft in tine shape. Mr. Button states
thai the present system of ventilation
in the mine .will be a decided improve
ment over that formerly in vogrie.
The Utah mine has been securing the
ore for shipment from tho other work
ing?. and the rock has been extreme) v
rich. Mr. Sutton brought with him an
as.-ay sheet showing numerous samples
taken tioni rhe facos of the present old
workings, and the values run extremely
high as high as 64.2 per cent lead and 1
1 161.4 ounces silver.
DAY ON CHANGE
Higher Priced Stocks Were in Demand
Friday on Exchange.
Friday on the local exchange There 1
1 was a ieasonabie animin; of trading done j
I In the higher priced stocks. 50 tliai tii I
I r.r.?i shares thai sopi iiari a market
alne of 122,-283.26. Among rhe adiv1
sio. ks Mav Day held fust, place. The
following were the transactions in the
iBliTsk'd. Sold For7
Crown Point s ,t i? .. . . '$ .ri i&. . Tn
Cop. Glance. I .hj .i,j AWq I
Stand ''op. I .is j 19 s s .so 1
Newhouse .. H.RTi! 15 26 -.2t, a
Mas. VaJ, . - I 1 :.n I 1 .fin
I Ohio Ken. . I J S.jn I
I Soutr-.port I .fi;v I ijjf
K. Sw. Ext.) I .1 I fa
Km ma op . .?S .2 .21
Natldrtver ; .42 Q
' Ver. Cojfc - ! .40 ig.
i E. Tituie .. .10 tq. j
Thomson . 20 2d ft
Biscuit 1 (g6
: McDon BlyJ 1 .75 r, . . .
1 LISTED STOCKS.
I A. M. P. M
I I Bil Askerl. Bid. Asked.
Albion .. . 1$ 1.60 )t.. . '$ i.:-.n '
I AJax .. .1 .21 ! .16 .19
, Allrfi . . . .1 5.00 1 4 . 0ft
I Black Jack. li .61 I
Bui Beck .j 2.7S 4.0ft I 2.75 4 Oft
, Be.-k Tun. . 1.7:. ' 1 SO 'I 1.771 1.80
; Bui. Lib. .. 1ft .12 1 1ft .12
( 'arisa ... .1 .43 .45 jl .43 .47
I Centiry ...I .3ft .37 35 .40
1 "-olo. Min I 4. 1ft 4.40 4.17J 4 4'
Droro. limp .15 15 .40 '
I Dalv . .. 1.25 2 25 I 2.25
I Dalv .Tnrlge.l 7. SO I R.00
1 Emerald . . .20 I . .
G. Ontral .1 4.50 4.65 4.25
Incor . . . .1 OR .05 .ns 1
J. Bowers 01J .02 I .01 ft!'
IjOu Dillon. 20 I
I.lttle Bell .1 3.75 5.00 .. . 5.5ft
Lead Kin? .1 15 .20 1
! Little chief! .15 161 .ifi
I L. Mam. .. 2.27J 2.30 2.3ft 2.40
Mt Lak .1 57 .fift .fiS !
! Mammoth I 1.5ft 1.65 1.40 1 .fit)
May Day .. .3ft .81 .3ft .311
Nary. Fair I .15 .. .... 1 .15 .25
Nev. Hills .1 1.96 fi.ftO II 4.50 '
New York .1 15 -IS II .15 I ,1S
Ontario . .' 3.50 3.5ft
Rich Ana. I .12 Ad .1211 -161
Scot. CM. . .m .07 ! .06j .07
Seven Tr. . .".2 .53 !! 5R .60
Swansea .. .32 I .35 j .30 ..'6
S Swansea .op I .15 ! .10 .12
1 Sacramnto - .ft5l .03 I .
I 811. King .1 i I 25.00
Star Con. .1 .31l .36 I .3ft .35
Sil Shield 18 ,14 .18 141
S. Co. Con. 1.324) 1.97J 1.931 2. no
Tetro . . . .11 I .14 1
I F. S. Con.. 0 I .70 I! .7ft .71
rrah Mine 2.00 1 1.35
Victoria .1 1 1 1.60
vi-. con. . .in! -124I 11 .iaj
Wabash I .35 35
Yank Con .46 . 43 I 47 .60 1
Inpoi. 120 at SC.
Carlsa, 400 at 13c.
irand Central .".'io at $t.:.o.
Mav Day. 1000 at 23c. seller thirty
da vs. 1000 at 29c: 2500 at 30c.
i nt le sam, 200 at
1 1r.1t Blossom, LOO at s.v.
Mountain Lake, lftft at fiSe.
Seven Troughs. 400 at ,".:,r,
Shares sold, 6120
Seihtig value, $3360:
Beck Tunnel, 100 at $1 77i. seller thirty
(l.i -. 300 at 51-77
I .itile Chief. 1600 ai 1 ,.
May Day, 600 at :;ot.
3even Troughs 200 at 500 at 63c;
300 at 55.-,
Uncle Sam Con . I'OO at 70o.
Yankee Con.. 300 at 1 r t -
Shares sold. 075.
Selling value 14026.26.
Swansea, 'Mil at .?5e.
Sr.ulli Swansea, r.ljfl al 10;..
Little !lll f- 1000 at I5i
Mountain Lake, 700 at fi7e.
Scottish Chref. 500 nt 64-.
Seven Troughs, 200 at '7c 100 at 58c1
:!0ti a 1 59(
Shares sold, 3900.
Selling value, $1337.
y OPEN BOARD.
Butter Liberal. 300 at. I0o,
Bet k Tunnel 1200 at 31.80
1 folumbus l '"ii too at ? t 37.;..
Lower Mammoth. BOO at 32.82
Ma; Day, 7000 at 3lc; .r.'0 at 3iC huver
iiiit:-.- days; 5600 at 301
seven Troughs, BOO al 58( .
South Columbus, 100 hi j 95.
I ncle Sani 1600 at 71c.
Shares s,.j, 21.729.
ScUIiik value. 313.510.
The Pioneer sampler released the fol
lowing number of cars of ore yesterday:
Utah, PL Nevada. 2,
The Taylor & Brunton company re-
leaaed the following: Colorado, 2; Ne
vada. 2j L'tah. 11
Ore and Bullion.
The ore and bullion receipts for Fri
day. given bv McComi'ck i- Co.. were
as follows: Ore, (si 1,000: bullion,
$70,000 j gold, $40,000.
Tribune Agents In Nevada.
Copley of The Tr)hun will be found on
; sale In Nev a'jn ai the following:
Beatty Mark is Ilam-o'-k
":hrry Creek Grev k Collins.
! Calinte lohn Shter.
Pelemar M. C Kelly.
Ely Thomas O'Dalo1. Ich,
, Eureka Ernest II Mau.
Goldfield Frank Landstrom. Hunter
Adv. & Pub. Co.
Gold Burre W. B. Sharp.
Las Yogas F. P. Shannon, S L. News
Manhattan Nelson Ponndsveii
Reno Rosenthal & Armanko, Shepherd
Rhyolite Sam Spelrs.
Tonopah v H. O'Neill. A H. Rouiide
' well. Sherman i Oldfather
Ncvadas in San Francisco.
lames A. Polio, k - (o.. bankers and
brokers. 6 W, Second South, (urnlsh The
following San Francis, o stoi-k quota -
I tions. leceived over their private wire
I Bid jAsjced.
Sandstorm IS .3.' '$ .::i
: Red Top 3. nil
Mohawk I 13.00
I Columbia Mountain j .36 3S
I Jumbo ' I 2.75
Jumbo Extension I i.io 1.16
Vernal . . .15 .16
1 Pennsv. I aula .03
I Goldfield Mining Co I ..00
1 Kendall 26 ,28
! Booth 2K .31
1 Blue Bull IS I .19
Adams j .09 Lj
Silver Pick I .11 i .1:
May Qiien I I .19
Nevada Boy .05 .06
Black Butte Extension ... I
Blue Bell .10 .11
Dixie .06 .07
Goldfield Columbia .84 I .....
! HI hern la 1 .07
I St Ives I ,R9 .90
Conqueror 1 .09 .10
Black Rock l ,05
Lone Star .16 .17
' Goldfield Wonder OJ 03
I Potlntch I ,2S .3ft
I Oro 16 .1R
Kendall Extension 02 .03
Sandstorm Extension .... .04 .05
Atlanta 1 .35 36
Great Bend I .46 I .47
I Simmerone .15 I
! Empire j .OS I .111
Red Top Extension I .19 -"n
Florence 3.20 I
Dlamondfield B B Cons. .is 1 .19
Goldfield Daisy 95 I .98
Laguna . 75 I
(l'ommotiT ealt h .26 I
Combination Fraction .... 1 .571 1.60
Gieai Rend Extension .... .10 I 11
Gteat Bend Annex I .05
B. B Bonanza I .04 I .06
Kewanos I 57
Esmeralda .09 I
Portland . . I .14 I
F. Mohawk 1.00 1.06
Red Hills .30 ,31
Mohawk Extension I .07 .os
Lou Dillon I .09 .10
Y. Tiger 1 .16 .17
Grandma .07 I ,ftR
s. P. Extension I .07
Columbie Mountain Ext .05
Goldfield Consolidated . . 1.57J 4 6ft
Diamondfleld Tri angle . ..' 17" I .is
I Bid. lAskedT
Toiiopili Nevada IS14.75 $
Montana TOnopah 2.77Ji 2.821
Tonopah Extension I 1 90 I 2.0ft
Mac-Naniara I .25 1 .27
Midway I 1.26 I
Tonopah Belmont I 3 35 I 3.45
Tonopah North Star ' .28 I .24
Ohio Tonopnli .... I .02 I .0-1
AVeer Knd Consolidated ' .75 I.'. ....
Rescue I .15 ! .17
Tonopah a- California .. 1 .OR
Golden Anchor I .17 1 .19
Jim Butler I 75 I .77
Cash Bov I I .06
Home : I .03
Boston Tonopah 1 I I'!
Monarch Pittsburg Ext... I .10
Golden Crown I I"
N. Y. Ton. Cong I ! I"
Original $. . . .10
Bnllfroc Mining I .18 I..
Montana Bullfrog: .03 I .05
National Bank I ! .21
L. Harris I .f2 .13
A.methysl I 20
Gold Bar I .55 ......
Stelnway f 06 . .08
Denver Bullfrog Annex ..I .09 , .11
Bonnie Clare 1 .40 I
Mayflower Consolidated . ! . .28 I 29
Montcomerv Shosbotie Ex .09
Goldfield Srr-piy I .10 I .11
Montgomery Mountain . I .li . 1;
B Diamondfleld I .09 .10
Homostake t'-onsolidated .1 .65
Y. Girl I 05
Tramp Consolidated .. .. .41 I
North Star oj
Sunset . . 05 I .07
M A NHATTAN.
1 Bid Askd
Manhattan Consolidated . . $ 1$ .60
Manhattan Mining Co 0:, 1 n;
Goldfield wodKo OE . ...
Seylor Humphrey 05 ,ft7
Dexter 11 .12
I,. Joe 02 ,03
Crescent I .ft"
Combination .. '.. . .05
Granny ' I .17
Mustang 17 .19
Little Grey I 17
Cow Boy . . .02 .114
Original Manhattan I .11
Broncho "6 .117
J. Jack .10
Strav Dog 1S 17.
Y. Horse 04 I
Indian Camp . .04 .05
Stands rd I .02
I Bid Asked
Ophlr '? 1.70 1$ 1.75
Mexican .45 .16
Gould & Curry j .17
Con. Va 67 j ,6R
Savage I -47 . 4R
Halo .t Norcross 41 .15
Yellow Jacket .77 I SO
Belcher I .27 .28
Confidence I j no
Sierra Nevada 1 .32 31
1 ,'nion ' ! .29
I Bid. lAsked"
Fain lr-W tragic $ $ .Sft
Nevada Hill 6.00
Pittsburg siivei Peak . .. 1-82J 1.35
North Star Under .. .06 .07
Eegle Nest 19
Ruby Wonder .. .20
Alice of Wonder ! .'15
Boston Stock Market.
James A Pollock A- Co., bankers and
brokers. 6 West Second South Street,
furnish the following Boston stock quota
tions, rerehed over their private wire
. csterda y :
1 Sales ', H. : L. i 'lse
Bingham Con I.. . . 17 10 '.7
Boston Con 250 26 25 28
Butte. Coalition 1 110 241 231 239
Butte and London...' I 11.1 1J 1J
Ralaklala Sj 7J s
Con Mereur 10c 35c ioe
Copper Range . .... I I95 7SJi 78 I 78j
Calumet and A. ... :iR2il."5 155 1155
Cumber. Ely I 7i' 7J, 7;
Dav is Daly 12j P.'jl 2i
Ialv n 1 16 ' 16 16 j
Fast Butte I 0V 9 9J j
Granby 120 1120 (120 I
tjiieene Cananea ...j 15J 15 151
North Rill I e I 56fl SI SO ' Sm
Nevada Con I.. .... . 11' t Ti 4 1 1 t"
Nevada l'tah 4 421 it
Trinity 30 j 191 -0
United Copper .... 610 6-; 65 68
r s;. common 1 i.noi inji 48i 4i
l s. Preferred ! 43 8j 131 I
Ft ah Con ' 3 75 59 1 aj
Mexico Con. Lliflllli
BinghAm L enrral 1 g, .
Giroux . Bffl sj
Md lent lc . ' 21Q 28 !
Nltilsslnn 12 812I
i'tali pe r, & 6
Raven . 1 g 1 ;
NEW TOWNS SPRING i
INTO BEING FAST
Makrrs of Maps Call Hardly
Produce ork Tliaf Is
TBNABO IS THE
j LAST TO APPEAR
1 Lien Humphries Takes Quirk
Glance at Hustling Sae
fi is distinetlv characteristic of the
resurrect 1011 period of .Nevada I liar new
towns and new districts spring up over
night. I" fafet, new Cities are horu
; much t tr-ter than the makers of maps
can Like tlinn into account, and that
j is the reason that one would look over
even manv of the latest, maps of Ne
vada without Boding thereon the bust
: Hop liltlo community now becoming
known lo fame imdei the appelation
of Tenabo Tenabo ia Ioeated about
twenty-three miles southwest of Boo
wawe in Lander county, connected with
the latler point, by a good tmoh road,
Llew Humphreys, chief expert for the
Gunn Thompson company, returned
Thursday from a round-up of several
Nevada districts, and while in the Sage
bush state he went into the Tenabo sec
tion to take a look at this camp. A
great deal i-; hoine; said abount Tenabo
at. present, and Mr Humphreys stated
yesterday that there was a great deal
of energetic development going forward
upon properties there The district, is
very large nnd I here is abundant room
tor the man'- prospectors and investors
who invariably crowd into one another
t o reach a new section first.
Hue thing that, impressed Mr Hum
phries was i he amount of machinery
that is going into the ramp ITe met
several outfits g'in in with mining
equipment, while much is alreadv on
I he ground and under process of in
st.allation. This look- like business, and
also like Tenabo will be one of the iin
portanl interest centers d miner 'he rest
of the present vonr Mr. Humphries
timed that be hardly spent .sufficient,
time in Ihe district lo form a very
clote acquaintanceship with the mine
ralization of ihe district, and lis poE
Enroute to Salt Lake. Mr. Hum
phi ies visited Ely. and Ihe mines of
Ihe Cumberland Klv company He was
much impressed with the condition of
the mine, arid is more than ever con
vinced thai the camp of Ely, with
whit h he has been connected during
the new era of activity, is destined
i" make most astonishing history for
the world of copper mining.
New York Listed Stocks.
.lame;, A. Pollock .fc Co.. hankers and
lvrokers, 6 West Second South street,
furnish 'he following New York listed
quotations, received over their private
I Saley.i H. 1 T- 'CTsT
Newhous- I loo: 14J, 11JI 1IJ
Tenn. Copper 87 Mil "?7
lTia)i Copper 1 l.nrio' 2-'.j 2.1 2:j
NEW YORK CURB MARKET
I Sales. IT. I L. Clso
Cumber Elv . 77o 8i $ s
Domin. copper ... BOO 6j' 6j 6j
c. r; and s. 56 11 ii! ii
Nevada Utah 4 :sooi r. 4kl 4S
Mir-hell 500 Ii 3 31
Giroux 60 0 8J n
NEW VQKK rrnB CLOSE.
fBld. Ask e d "
Newhouse 15 1$ 1"4
l'tah Copper 2J 21
Nevada Consolidated 13) :
f 'umhei land Elv . R SJ,
Balk K 8)
Klncr Edward 1 ' U
NlpuslUg 124 l-'l
Davis Daly . 121 13fl
Giroux SJi ! I
G. G. and SH Ii' L I
Mitchell I .3
Nevada L tah 4J 6
Sliver Queen 1 1)
Ely Con.solldatec 1)! lj
Dominion Copper 6 j 6)
Gihraltar I 30el 33c j
Tintlc I M 5) j
Monicromerv Shoshone ... 7J 9 1
But re and London II I)
Tenn. Copper 1 36J 37
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
KAN FRANCISCO, .lone 7. The offi
cial closing quotations for mining- stocks
today w'-re as follows:
Alta -01 MeTvIcan t;
Vlpha Con ('- Occidental cn;i 11
Andes IB Ophlr 1 .70
Rel-!ier 27 Overman 10
i-test - Belcher .70 potosi ni
Caledonia . .. .15 Savag 47
Challenge Con. ,13Sns Belcher .04
( hollar 08! Sierra Nevada. .32
1 ( and Va - 68 Silver Hill 5n
Con imperial .. .01 L'nlon Con 27
BSxchaquer - -. .35 Utah Con or,
Gould & Currle .15 Yellow Jacket. .7lt
Halo ft Nore. . o
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure . 5 2 00 m c and C .. 2 "o
AlloueZ - 44.00 Nevada 13.25
n-,.ilpam. . . 85.25 North Butte so no
Atlantic . - 11.50 Old Domin. . 15.25
Ariz Com .. 22 25 Osceola . ..123. on
Bingham . 16 no Parrot .... 18.00
Ruuo Coal. 24.121 Qulncy . ...112.50
Cal and tieC-755 "0 Shannon . 17
Centen. . - 26.50 Tamarack . .10?, no"
Cop Prance . 78.00 Tilnltv 18.50
Cal i Ariz 154,00 I nk Copper . 88.00
i-iiK west . ii;iio U S Mining .. 19.25
Franklin - - 18.50 I SOU ,. . 10.25
Granby ...120.00 Utah ..... 58 75
Isle Royale . 15. 50 Ylctorla , ,. 6.25
Mai-s Mnp. .. 4.7." Winona 7.00
Michigan . . 12 '.' Wolverine . .150.00
Mohawk . .. S5.50 I
NEW TORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con. ... LOildltle Chief ... .08
Alice . 4.00 Ontario 3 50
Brccce 20 Ophir . ... ... 1.65
J-truns Con 10 Potosi 10
Cornstk Tun .. Savage 4;,
C C and Va. . -70tSler. N-vada .. .30
Horn Silver ... 1 50 Small Hopeji .. .30
Iron Silver .... 2.50 Standard . . . 2 25
Leadv. Con Oft
J. OBEENDOKFER. STOOB' BRO
KER, 1C1 Main. Tel. Bell 7'J2-
Via O S. L . June 3rd, 7th. 12th and
14th; $81.50 to Portland or Spokaae and
return. Limit September JOth.
Yin O S. L.. Sunday, dune Oth; $1.00
round trip Anv morning train and
any one of three trams returning m
HIE ALPS COMPANY
HAS OPENED A MINE
C. G. Goss Returns Positive
That Rosebud Proiiorty Is
a Sure Winner.
"All 1 can av at this time is tbal
the White Alps companv has opened
a mine in its Rosebud possessions," WBfi
the way C. G. C4oss put the situation
Friday upon returning to Salt Lake
from a several weeks' Dip through Ne
vada. Mr. Goss in one "of ihe many Salt
Lakers interested in the noted white
Alps companv he heinrr one of the tWO
who lirsr discovered thai ti"' group of
Rosehud now owned by tin.' organiza
tion was svorrh securing, ihe other be
ing William Goss, his brother. In or
der to back up his statement to The
Tribune. Mr. ;o showed some QX
Iremely handsome rock thar 1" now be-
inp extracted from the north crosscut
of the property.
Tho company ha been sending the
Crosscut t'i the north from the 50-foo1
(level of ihe shaft, and after proceeding
for thirty-eight feet. tin' crosseut
rapped four feer of ore that averages
clear across thirty-one ounces silver and
$2.80 cold to the ion. At the point
where the CrOSBCUl found the chute
there was 3 vertical depth of seventy
feet, which --hows how quickly the
working ot beneath ground The ore
so closely resembles that From ihe mihCfl
of Tonopah thar one not intimately ac
quainted with the same easilv would be
confused when asked to pick one from
the oilier. The ores from Ihe Tonopah
camp come from the thousand-loot
The ore referred to as coming from
the White Alp? was brought to Balt
Lake Thursday by William Goss, the
superintendent of rhe mine, lie is now
in ihe city on companv business A P.
Mayberry, the consulting engineer of
the companv. leave for the property to
day for the purpose of looking over the
developments; and m.ippinr: out the fu
ture plans of development work.
Company Gets Good Figure on Metals
From the Property.
The Jennie company has received thJ
settlements upon ihe bar of bullion
brought up from ihe mine and mill sev
eral days ago by P. R Pavis. .lust,
how much metal was contained in this
bar has not been divulged, but it IS
knowu that the companv received
667-8 cents per ounce for the silver
therein. ;iii'l .'-'20 per ounce for the gold
contents, Tin- bIioWS that the .leunic
companv is ","1 1 ir.g down to business
right, and that foe present system of
metallic value saving employed in the
mill is based upon the correct principle.
This Gold Springs district property is
assuming BplendlO shape, and when all
the accessories era in running order,
there will be another generous divi
dend payer added to the lone list of
The Metal Mavk't..
Th mptal quotations for Friday,
posted bv MoCornick S Co., were as
follows: Silver. 66c; lead, $6; copper
castings, l'-7'-; copper cathodes, 23v&
F R. Pembroke, the mininc engineer,
left yesterday on a professional visit to
the mines of southern Nevada.
Herman H. Green leaves Tuesday for
a vi-.it to Tlastern points Mr. Green
Is secretary of thp western l'tah t op
Grant Snyder of the National Devel
opmetit company, ana manager of the
erinrrton Malachite and ihe Ely Con
solidated companies, left Thursday
evening for the mines of these com
panies. Managing Director Holden of Ihe
United States Smelting, Refining & Min
ing companv is in Ihe city from his
Pastern headquarters on business eon
Dected with the company.
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