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- s THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 190ft A " .
I ILL BEGIN ORE
i SHIPMENT SOON
I South Olnmbus Company to
JJ Start Han ling to Market
I - Next Month.
11! OCK RUNS VERY
I ' HIGH IN COPPER
I President Jacohson ,lust Back
II From This New Pro-
I'l V. Incer of Alfa.
HI Tony Jacobfion, president and man-
j scer of the South Columbus Consoli-
vi 3ated company, upon hi? return Tucfl-
: flay from J hie Alts- property, brouplil
I assurances for the local stockholders
I What, the company would begin sending
I Hn rich rock the oonnng week. This
I i campaign of shipments bids fair to
I jhc continued all Hiumner, or as long as
j itho weather condition will admit of oro
.transportation down the Little Cotton
wood. Mr. .lacobson slates that on the ,
I dumps of AUa arc all of 250 tons of
iiock that wore takon out in the regn
I Uar course of development work, no ni-
terapt having been made ns yet. to stope
the resources from place.
I Tt is the plan, however, to begin up-
i rraising upon the ores so as to maintain
f itheso shipments, the management deem
ing the present price of the red metal
i nfnciently attractive to .justify active
l iproduction. Mr. .Tacobson would give
1 no estimato regarding the amount, of
1 rock, that will be marketed each week,
as this depends upon the success of the
'management in securing teams.
I It will bo recalled that the South Co-
I "Iambus ores have been opened up most
generously during the past, few months,
j "The main chute is that containing
I Splendid red metal vnlucs, aspays going
I 10 as high as 68 per cent copper. While
this will not be tho average value of
I he shipments, of course, Mr. .Tacobson
slates that a five-foot chute of rode
.opened up for a distance along its
strike of about. 200 feet, is round 40 per
cent copper. This will enable the com
"pauy to pile up profits with an exact
.xtfss seldom onioyed by so young an or
ganization, and were it not for the ex
I tensive equipment that the company is
adding lo the mine it would be an easy
matter to predict a. summer dividend
from Ibis organisation. As It is, local
stockholders expect the company to be
h profit sharer before the year has
passed into history.
The copper chute above mentioned is
the third body encountered during the
past, season's development work. The
second chute is a lead silver ore bodj,
and its average value will range from
o5 to $40 per ton in these two metals.
'!ln raising upon thifc chute at the pres
ent time, Mr. Jacobson states that the
management is driving through six feet
of this caTbonato ore, and the ground is
II so easily worked that mere picking is
I alone necessary to break it down. This
I ore body is fully 1500 feet from the
I third, or copper, chute, and from it the
I management, expects to make a liberal
I line of shipments to the local smelters.
I The lower tunnel is being sent into tho
jjionntain to tap the rich copper body
at. a greater vertical depth than ever
lad upon the same, and should the
'chute Bhow up any proportions like it
did fully 180 .feet, above, the mnnage-
iment "will have a fine lot of stopiug
territory with which to deal.
I CAMP OF LEE.
F. Mogron. Tells of Mines in This
Inyo County District.
W. P. Mogrcn. manager and vice
. president of the Lee Gold Grotto com
tpany, is in the city on company and
personal business. "Mr. Mogren slated
fyeaterday that this organization was
lone of the numerous successes of Tay
'lor and Griffith of Rln-olite. and it is
I one of the fifteen properties in the
j camp of Lee, California, that arc find
:."ing . shipping rock upon their posses
sions. The Lee Grotto company has
, secured a. compressor, and when it is
("instale-d much quicker and better work
will be the orcler of the day. He has
every-confidence in the Lee camp, and
looks for things to be humming there
early next fall. There are many Salt
: .Lakers interested in the camp,
"Water has been one thing badly
needed at Lee. Mr. Mogren states that
be has been assured that a twelve-inch
! pipe line will be run into the camp by
'. Rhyolito capitalists, and that , a spur
, track from the main line, of the "Borax
Smith railroad track will be run into
I the town and to tho mines.
While in 'this city he has received
word from the mine' that the vein has
widened splendidlv from a few incheB
? to three and a half feet in width, and
this gives the property an additional
value of no mean importance. He is
interested with several well-known
'Salt Lakers iu the "Rexall property up
at Altn, and he has just returned from
an inspection of the same. The' pres
ent; condition of the property, he states,
16 highly satisfactory.
I Ely and Her Mines.
"Ely and Her Mines" is the sug
gestive title of a splendidly arranged
nook just written by Prank H, Adams,
who at, present is stopping at tho Ken
yon. Tho book contains a great amount
"of authoritative data and detail re
garding the great red metal camp of
White Pine county, and it is generously
punctuated throughout by excellent
photographs of general interest.
I The Metal Market.
The metal quotations for Tuesday,
posted by McCornick & Co.. were as
follows: Silver, C7c; lead $n.45; cop
per castings, 21!4c, copper cathodes,
I UTAH SMELTING CO.
OGDEN, UTAH. '
BUYERS OF ORES.
I i3 MNIELS, The Taikr,
17 Wwrt serK South St.
?3&Qif J6& KOTr
WSm T?7 .tailor-made unacefapf
JMl - d Altered to fit and
' W0 K aB
HAS CONFIDENCE IN
IHE iNESJF ALTA
Charles Chynoweth Likes the
Looks and Successes of
t Two Properties.
Charles Chynowoth, the- well-known
operator of Michigan, prominently in
terested in several Utah minos, is in
t ho oit- from h'i3 Eastern headquarters.
Mr. Chynoweth stated yesterday that
there was no special significance at
tached lo his present visit, although,
as on all previous visits to "Utah, he
would not rcfuso to pick up tho right
kind of mining property should tho oc
casion offer. Among his numerous Utah
mining interests fhould be counted a
I ibecral amount of slock in the Columbus
Consolidated company, and he states
that he will make a visit to this AUa.
bonaauxa before lcn.ving for the East.
Mr. Chynoweth is enthusiastic as us
ual over tho Columbus Consolidated and
tho South Columbus Consolidated corn
pan fe. Ho has watched them grow
from prospects to mines, getting in on
both when they were in tho former
stage of development. His father was
one of theflrst in the East to become
interested in Utah properties. In tho
seventies ho was a stockholder in the
famous old Ontario company, and a
few years later he secured the stock
of the Daly Mining company. His son,
in time, imbibed sufficietnly of his
father's confidence in mineralized Utah
to become a stockholder in several com
panies. That he has not missed the
inspiration is shown by the two Alia
propositions npon whosa" bookH his namo
GOING TO DEPTH8.
I Eosobud Camp Prepares for Active
Season of Development.
Edward Copley, manager of the Gold
en Triangle company, returned Monday
evening from the Eosobud, Nov., prop
erty of this organization. Mr. Copley
stated yo8tcrda3r that there were sev
eral companies operating ground at
Rosebud which were making prepara
tions for doep work, few proportios
having been Bounded at any depth so
far. Perhaps the deepest working in
the camp in not over 100 feet, and
quicker work is so desirable that from
tho presonr time on better progress is
to bo expected by those interested.
Rosebud is a Salt Lako district, local
interests hBving nearly all the interest
ing properties in the camp, and devel
opments there aro being watched
closclv in this city and State.
SALES OF COPPER.
Producers Get Better Price Than Quota
tions for Their Metal.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, 6 West Second South street,
furnish tho following, received over
their private wire yesterday afternoon;
Boston ifews Bureau says: Fifty tons
of electrolytic copper have just been
sold for shipment this month to a
domestic consumer at 2514c a pound.
There is inquiry in the market for ad
Boston Notts Bureau says: The Cal
umet and Hocla company is now selling
its Lake copper to European consumers
at; 23c per pound and is prepared to
sell buyern in this country at this
Boston Stock Market.
James A. Pollock & Co.. hankers and
brokers. 6 West Second South, furnish
the following- Boston stock quotations,
received over their private wire yesterday:
1 Salog.l H. L. IClae
Bingham Con H 161 17
Boston Con 28i 2S USJ
Butte Coalition 745 27i 26 2.
Butte & London IS Is 18
Bnlaklala J I0j 10i 101
Con. Mercur I 0c 39c 40c
Copper Range 1,762 S4J S2a 82$
Calumet. & A 206 174 170 171
Cumberland Ely 575 .13 91 98
Davi3 Daly 615 131 13 13
Daly WeHt 165 16a 16 161
East Butto ...i 101 101 10S
Glroux 260 8i S 8J
Granbv 125 125 125
Grene Cananca 2,449 17i 17J 17i
North Butte 1.746 SS? 861 871
Nlplssingr 603 11 i 105 10i
Nevada Con 100 15 15 15
Nevada Utah . 1,286 6J 53 6S
Trinity 777 25i 251
United Copper 6,334 64S 631 63S
T S. Common 225 40 401 H
U. S. Preferred .... 190 43 48 43
Utah Con 645 54 531 53j
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
Bingham Central . Hip 14
Butte Ex. 15 fiy ..
Cumberland Ely 9iw 95
Dominion Copper , 5!i 6fc
Giroux S fi Si
Nevada Utah fifi 6
Haven U' 13
Apex 61 iff) 7
Black Mountain ni'ff' S
Butte & London Urff1 18
Davis Daly I2ifg13
Kant Butte' lOiig'103
Helvetia 51 53
VfsJeetlc , 21 2?
S. Iind P 17231S
Msllco Con lls(glli
Hew York -Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock &. Co.. bankers and
brokers. 6 West Second Sourli, furnlBh
the following New York mining atoek
quotation!?, received over their private
Snles.l H. L. jO'lso
Balaklala 500 105 101 105
Newbou.se 600 171 17g 171
Tennessee Copper .. 100 39 39 39
Utah Copper 800 32 30 30
NEW YORK CURB P.ANG1C.
1 Sales.) II. 1 L. Clsc
Cumberland Ely ..! 7.000 9 a 91
Kly Consolidated ...j 5,000 11 1 U
Dominion Copper ..' 530 6 51 51
G. G. and S j 10.000 1J IS 15
Nevada Utah . 3,500 0J 53 6
Nevada. Mines ... .1 500 21 2i 21
Mitchell I 3.000 3J 38 3&
i King Edward ' 200 U' 31 U
NEW YORK. CURB CLOSE.
i Bid. Asked
Newhouae I 171 17J
Utah Copper 29 30
Nevada Consolidated 113 15
Cumberland Ely ' . 98 98
Balk 10 log
Nipleslng 10 11
DavlH Daly 13 131
Glrou.v 8 9
G G. and BII li I?
Nevada Mines and P .' 25' 31
Mitchell 3 3
Nevada Utah 53 6
Trinity 25 36 i
Ely Consolidated 1 1-16 1 3-16
Dominion Copper 5J 6
Gibraltar , 30c 35c
Tintlc , i 6J
Montgomery Shoshone ,..., 7 3
Butte & London .... U 11
Tennessee Copper 38 39
Tribune Agents In Nevada.
Copies of The Tribtin will bo found on
iole In Nevada at th following:
Beat ty Mark A Hancock.
Cherry Creak Grey A Collins.
Callante John Shier.
Delmar M. C. Kelly.
Ely Tliomas O'Dolovleh.
Eureka Emenfc EL Mao.
Goldfleld Frank Landatrom, Hunter
Adv. ft Pnb. Co. '
Gold Butte W. E. Sharp.
Lan Vegaa F. P. Shannon, S. L. News
Manhattan Nelson A Roundsvell.
Reno Rosenthal Ss Armanko, Shepherd
Uhyollte Sam Speirii.
Tonopah W. H. O'Neill. A. H. Rounds
well. Sherman Si Old father.
DAT ON 'CHANGE.
Crown Point Was The Center of Trading
On 'Ohango Tuesday.
Crown Point held iho ccnlor of the
trtaga Tuturdaj' on the exchange. The
stock began very strong, but the price
was shaded off considerably before the
hammer dropped. Tin tics generally worn
In demand, and a fine day's business was
the result. 2n all. a. total of 119,830
share of Btook poesed hands, represent
ing a market value of $105,111. SO. Tho
following were the unlisted stock trans
actions; UNLISTED STOCKS.
I Bid, Asked. Sold For.
Mason Val. 1.0B ? 52.00
Cop. Glance .191 .20 .19 .101
Emma Cop . .161 -17 .17
Stand Cop. .55 .57 .57 fj.-
Southport . . .75 ..85
E. Tin. Con. .16 16 i
Nalldrlver . . .S7J .45 .40
New Stktn . .40 .45 ft
W. New Cop .71 74
Ohio Ky. ... 3.40 3.35 3.40
Honerine . . .25 .30 .25 .30
Ohio Cop. . 6.00 6.25 6.00 S
E Cr PI Ev .07 97
i'eder. Ely . .70 .74 55...... .
Talisman . . -40 50 ft
I A. M. P. M.
) Bid. lAsked.H Bid. Askcd.
Albion . ... If 1.25 II? I? 1.25
AJax .25 .33 .25 .40
Alice 3.50 6.00 ' C.75
Boston Con 27.50 29.50
Bl. Jack ... .44 .46 .46 .48
Bui. Beck 3.00 2.00 3.00
Beck Tun. 2.371 3.40 2.273 2.30
Butler Lib . .12 .15 15
Bullock 05 .10 .055 -10
Cyclone . . .01
Colum. Con. 5.25 6.10 5.15 5.35
Carisa ... .46 .18 . 3 .49
Con. Merc. .35 .43 .35 .42
Century 1. 00
folo. Mng . 6.55 6.60 6.75 6.90
Crn. Point . .96 .97 .S9 .90
Daly 2.00 2.25
Dal3 - Judg 5.50 5,65
Daly West 15.50 16.50
E. A K. B-. 1.00 1.75 1.75
Eagles Nest .21 .30 .21 .30
Emerald . . .15 .30 .15 .30
Galena 05 05
Gr. Cent 4.50 4.25 4.5(1
Horn Silver 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00
Iron Bios. . 1.40 1.45 1.371 1.40
Ingot . 06j 061
L. Dillon .. .08 07 .10
Lit. Bell .. 3.50 4.10 4.20
Lend King- . .17 .IS .17 .18
Lit. Chief . .113 .12 .11 .VI
L. Mam'th . 2.50 2.60 2.35 2 65
Mt. Lake .. .71 .72 .71 .72
Mam'th . .. 1.40 1 .60 1.40 1.60
May Dav .37 .38 .37 .88;
New Fain- 24 .11 .20
New Hills . 6.75 6.50 7.00
N. 1L Flor 15
New York . .17 .171 .161 .174
Ontario . .. S.50 3.50
R. Anacon .Hi
Scot Chief 041 .06
Sew Trghs. .66 .67 .67 .69
Sioux Con. .50 .61 .64 .66
Str. Dog .14 ....... . .14
Swansea , . .38 .50 .35
S.' Swansea .07 .11. .07 .11
Sacrament .05 .OS .05 .07
Sll. King .. 22.00 27.00 27.00
Star Con. .. .35 .37 .36 .3S
Sll. Shield . .18 -15j .131 .14
S. Col. Con. 2.971 3.00 2.921 3.00
Tetro 1- .10 -121
V S Con. .. .80 .81 .79 .80
Utah Mine . 2.00 2.10 2.00
Victoria . 1.50 1.90 1.50 1.90
Victor Con. I .16 .17 .16 .165
Wabash . .1 .45 .50 .45 .o0
Yank. Con. .59 .61 .58 .60
Carisa, 400 at 4Sc
Columbus Con., 200 at J5.20; 200 at
Grand Central, 100 at $4.25.
' May Day, 300 at 37ic; 200 at 3Sc.
Star Con.. 500 at 36c.
Uncle Sam, 200 at 82c: 300 at Sic.
Beck Tunnel. 200 at $2.55: 1700 at 12.50;
300 at $2.45; 4400 at $2.40; 100 at $2,371.
Black Jack. 200 at 45c.
Colorado Mining. 300 at $6.55.
Crown Point. 400 at 11; 100 at 99c;
100 at 98c; 2000 at 95c: 2500 at 96c; 300
Iron Blossom, 200 at $1.25; 100 at $1.:0;
100 at $1,321: 100 at $1.35; 100 at $1.35.
seller sixty days; 500 at ?1.40; 100 at
Lead King. 1000 at 18c.
Mountain Lake, 1200 at 72c.
New York, 500 at 171c.
South Cot, 100 at S3.05: 300 at $3; 300
Sioux, 100 at 55c: 700 at 56c: 800 at
57c; 1000 at 58c; 1600 at 60c: 2200 at' 59e;
500 at 61c: 5900 at 62c; 500 at 63c.
Seven Troughs. 100 at 68c; 600 at 67c;
400 at 66c: 200 at 65c.
Victor, 8000 at 161c.
Wabash, 100 at 46c.
Yankee. 100 at 60c. ' -1
Selling value. ?43,9SS.50.
Crown Point. 600 at 95c; 600 at 96c;
1000 at 94c.
Mav Day, 500 at 371c.
Mountain Lake. 100 at 72c.
Nevada Hills, 100 at $7.20.
Little Chief. 36 at 121c.
South Col. Con., 200 at $3: 300 at $2.95-
Seven Troughs. 700 at 68c; 100 at 67c.
Sioux. 100 at 61c; 1100 at 62c; 1200 at
'Victor. 500 at 16c.
Shares sold, 18,536.
Selling value. 510.766.
Mav Day. 1500 at 38c.
Nevada. Hills. 60 at $7, buyer thirty
days; 100 at $6.75.
Sacramento, 100 at 7c.
Uncle Sam, .100 at 80c; 200 at 79c;
500 at S0c( buver thirty days; 500 at 79c.
Beck Tunnel, 300 at $2,371; 500 at $2,35;
600 nt $2,325: 700 at $2.80.
Black Jack. 300 at 45c: 200 at 46c.
Colorado. 100 at $6,60r 700 at $6.70;
200 at. $6.65.
Crown Point. 700 at 83c: 200 at 92c:
2900 at 90c, 200 at 91c; .100 at 89c.
Tron Blossom. 100 at 1.35: 1100 at ?1.40.
Lead King, 600 at 18c.
Little Chief, 494 at He; 700 at lljc.
Sioux Con.. 6300 at 64c; 3500 at 62c;
700 at. 63c; 2700 at 65c; 1000 at 65c. buy
er len days; 3200 at 64c, seller sixty
l!V?ctorf 1500 at 16c; 6500 at 161c.
Shares WJld. 39.041.
belling value. ?S2,35o.S9.
OPEN BOARD. ,
j Beck Tunnel, 2100 at $2,31): 200 at $2,321; i
1500 at $2,271. ;
: Black Jack 100 at 4ic.
1 Crown Point. 500 at 90c. buyer sixty
days; 300 at 89c; 500 at 88c; 1500 at S7c; i
100"0 at S6c.
May Day. 50O at 371c: 1300 at 38c. .
Sacramento, 150 at 6c. '
Uncle Sam. 2100 at 79c; 1000 at Sic,
buyer sixty days.
Sveu Troughs, 100 at 69c.
Sioux Con, 500 at 64c; 400 at 5c; 500
al- 66c -A
Victor Con., oOO at J6c,
Shares sold. 17.150.
Selling vaiug. $18,003.50.
Expert Kodak: Pinisning,
Harry Shipler, Commercial Photog
rapher, 151 Main street
Union Assay Offlcs.
M. 8. Hanauer, J. V. Sadler
152 8. West Temple. P. (X Box 1441
. ,T. OBEEND OEFER, STOCK BEO
KEE, 161 S, Main. Tel. Bell 792.
NEW EM CERTAIN
FOR MASON VALLEY
Consulting " Engineer Hum
phries Brings Good News
for Local Stock holders.
FINE MACHINERY MAS
Company Expects Power for
Same by the First of
It is pood news that Llew Humphries,
consulting enjjineor of the- Mason Val
ley companj', brought for the local
siockholders upon arriving yesterday.
Mr. Humphries stated lo The Tribune
that Iho company had inetallcd a mag
nificent plant of machinery, and that J
tho contracts for tho power with which
to run the samo had alread3' been let.
Ho in of tho opinion that, tliin power
will bo available by August the first,
and then from that! date on tho man
agement will be able to make that de
gree of activity' that evory working in
this noted Ycrington miuo demands.
Mr( Humphries stated that wit.h the new
equipment the company will be ablo to
do a character of work that will make
it past offorts extremely abortive in
The Mason "Valloy ore body, ho
states, still continues strong as work
progresses upon it, and no one as yet
knows the roal extent of this resource.
Tie expressed himself more than pleased
witli conditions as he found thorn, con
ditions increasing that respect for the
Eroporty that he has harbored during
is term as consulting engineer. En
routo to Salt La.ke, Mr. Humphries
stopped over at Pairview, where ho it
tho consulting enigneer for the Novnda.
It has been two months sinco ho in
spected the Nevada Hills and prepared
a report upon the resources of this
mine. Sinco that date, tlrere has been
decided improvements in soveral ways,
there being ore found in two or three
places where it was hardly expected,
or, at least, not expected in so genor
ous a manner as developed. These new
find6 natnrally have greatly enchanccd
the value of "the property. He reports j
that the Knox lease has a splendid oro
body, and, in order to do all that; is
possible for human, effort, to accom
plish, r.ho compnnj' brought overland
from Goldfield. a plant of machinery
so that the romaining short life of their
lease might bo as full of rosults as
men and money could mako possible.
The leasing company paid $100 per ton
freight in order to secure the machinery
in the manner described.
Mr. Humphries says that there has
been oro pncountcTcd in very satisfac
toy quantities and quality npon several
other properties in tho camp, and that
there is considerable activity on all
sides there. -
BACK TO UTAH.
Successful Mining Man Comes Back to
Develop Utah Property.
After clearing half a million dollars
from his Ely mining holdings, Thomas
Eookhill, a pioneer of this country, and
a voteran of tho Mexican wir, is ex
tending tho base of his operations to
Utah. In company with the Nelson
brothers, of Cherry Croek, Mr. Eockhill
spent the last three weeks at Prico, in
tne southwestern part of Utah, where
the Nelsons and Mr. Eockhill located
a large group of copper claimB that
have silver values in addition, says tho
frhe Nelsons were raised in thab part
of Utah, and knowing the immonsity
of the copper doposits in that region,
imparled thoir knowledge to Mr. Eock
hill, with the result that the veteran
mine owner decided to make an investi
gation. That ho was pleased with the
result of his trip may bo gleaned from
the fact that he has become interested
in a large tract of mineral bearing ter
ritory in that section.
Mr. Eockhill will make arrangements
lo have his newly acquired holdings
properly and systematically d-jveloped.
Thai; portion of Utah is thinly popu
lated and tho mineral resources" of the
country aro still a mattor of conjecture.
Ho is" associated with Newton Boyd
and William IL. Bray, of Ely, in "a
promising group of well developed cop
per mines about eight miles from Bat
Another Report Started About Utah
Con. and tho Yampa.
One of the striking features of the
campaign of Utah Consolidated gossip
that is going the rounds in the East
is the official silence that surrounds this
company and its affairs. A great many
things "are being printed about this
voteran dividend payor of Bingham, the
majority of these are far from compli
mentary, and if untrue the3' shpuld be
denied," but if true they are interesting.
Local circles have watched and waited
for a Btatomept from the company, but
bo far. in vain. The latest report, ua
printed in a Boston paper, is to the ef
fect, that the Yampa people nronow
and have been mining ores from a claim
of tho Utah Consolidated group, with
full knowledge of the Utah Consoli
dated company. This is in effect, the
same as saying that the latter company
recognizes the apex rights of the former
and is allowing work to bo done to
prevent suit. Tho truth or falsity of
this report could not be ascertained
Tuesday in local circles, and it aroused
n great deal of interest in the faulting
, The Pioneer sampler released the fol
lowing number of cars of ore Tuesday :
The Taylor and Brunton companv re
leased the following: Utah. 10; Idaho,
n; Nevada, 1; California, I.
Oro and Bullion.
The ore and bullion receipts for Tues
day, given by McCornick & Co,, were
as' follows: Ore, $15,000; bullion, ft-lO.-000.
Printing, binding, legal blanks, .blank
books, paper ruling. Trihuno-Eoportcr
Printing company, 66 "West Second
South street, Salt Lake.' Phones 713.
The big cowboy horse race at TVanda
mcre July 10,
MaccabeeBj Lagoon, July 18.
NO DANGER COPPER
Increase During Past Half
Yoar Over Prerious
Month Is Small.
That the copper producing compa
nies have experienced tho most, prosper
pub sLr months of history la apparent
fit if? n fsf Tfli
: ? : : : 3 3 m 2.
A110UC7. ) 1,500,000, 50)00,0001 3.1S&,P00r? X.Plf ? 2jTo
Amalgamated 4 100.000,000:215,000,000 224,000,000 lo.OO 17.00
Anaconda 46,000,000 92.000,000 1)4,603,835 7.15 8.00
Butte Coalition 14.500.000 32,000.000 24.995,112 U.75 :?-00
Calumet and Arizona lS,000,OOOf 40.000.000 37,470.234 20.00 2S.00
Calumet, and Hecla 40,000.000100,000,000 35,000.000 "105.00 125.00
Centennial 1,180.000' 2,100,000 2.25S.013 1.50
Copper Range 17,171,000; .10,000.000 32,382,083 7.26 10.00
Franklin 2,128,000 4,800,000 4,571.570 1 .16 1.30
Granby 9,000,000 22,000,000 n9,800,00f 14.50 10.50
Grcene-Cananea 25,000,000 55.000,000 60.000.000 .S0 .SO
Isle Royal , 1,356,000 2.800.000 2,937,008 1.01 12.10
Michigan b 1,555,000 3,200,000 2,875,341 .84 1 .60
Mohawk , 4,800,000 10.000,000 3.3S2.052 7.03 9.50
North Butte 17,600,000 38,000.000 fl2,86.507 9.06 32.00
Old Dominion 17,200,000 40.000,000 37.800.000 4.00 8.00
Onceola...., 8.900.000 1R,500,000 18,588.461 16.88 20.00
Qulncy 9,000.000 18.000,000 .6,194.S38 32.22 15.00
Shannon 6,968,000 15,600,000 iSJOO.OOO 1.75 4.00
Superior and Pittsburg 4,600,000 11.000,000 9,044,875 .50
Tamarack 6,360,000 11.600.000 9,833,644 6.'90 13.60
Tennoasec 6.500,000 14,000,000 11,319,591 4.00 6,30
Utah ConeolIdRted 9,500.000 19,000.000 15,533,974 9.46 10.00
"Wolverine .r....... 4,764.000 9.800,000 MO.OOO.OOO , '21.00 23.00
fYear ending March 31, 1907.
Nevadas In San Francisco.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokerw, 6 West Second South, furnish
the following San Francisco alock quota
tions, received over their private wire
Sandstorm I .51 ? ,53
Red Top 4.25 4.30
Columbia Mountain 61 .63
Jumbo . 4.25 4.35
Jumbo Intension 1.90 1.02i
Vernal ' 20
Pennsylvania i 03
Goldfleld Mining Co 2.00
Kendall 34 .36
Booth 46 .50
Blue Bull , 34 .35
Adams ....... .12 .13
Silver Pick 65 .69
Nevada Boy ....... .10 .11
Black Butte Extension. ... . .07 .09
Blue Bell 19 .20
Dixie 06 .08
Goldfleld Columbia 31 .34
Hlbernla 07 .OS
SL Ives 1.05 1.07J
Conqueror .......... .11 .13
Black Rock 04 .06
Lone Star .21 ' .22
Goldfleld Wonder 02
Oro 23 .24
Kendall Extension 02 .03
Sandstorm Extension 04 .05
Mayne 07 .09
Atlanta .6t .65
Great Bend .70 .71
Slmmerone .19 .20
Red Top Extension 26 .27
Dlamondficld B. B. Con... .35 .26
Goldfleld Daisy 2.10
Combination Fraction .... S.40 3.50
Great Bend Extension 13 .15
Great Bend Annex 13
B. B, Bonanxa 06 .07
TCewanoB 80 .90
Esmeralda 12 .14
Portland 23 .24
Crackerjoek : .19 .21
Fairvlew Mohawk 1.26
Rod Hills 51 .53
Lou Dillon 09
Yellow Tiger 17
Silver Pick Extension 07
Columbia Mountain Ext..- 05
Goldfleld Consolidated .... S.45 S.50
Dlamondfleld Triangle ... .22 .24
Tonopah Nevnda $ $14.50
Montann Tonopah 3.25 3.32J
Tonopah Extension 1.S0 1.S2&
MncNamnra . . .2S
Midway . 1.17J 1.224
Tonopah Belmont 3.50 3.65
TonopVi North Star 25 .26
Ohio Tonopah 02
West End Consolidated... .88 .90
Rescue 16 .19
Tonopah & California 08
Golden Anchor 19
Jim Butler 1.10 1.121
Cash Boy 07 .10
Home 06 .07
Boston Tonopah 10
Monarch Pitts. Ext 06 .OS
Montana Midway Ext 04 .05
Golden Crown .08 .10
Original ? 5 .10
Bullfrog Mining IB .19
Montana Bullfrog 04 .05
National Bank - .20
L. Harris 02 .03
Amethyst - .30
Gold Bar 66 .68 .
Denver Bullfrog Annex 10
Bonnl Claire 67
Mayflower Consolidated .. .28 .29
Montgomery Shoshone Ext .08 .to
Golden Sceptre 11 .16
Montgomery Mountain ... .14 .15
B, Dlamondfleld 13
Homeatakc Consolidated , 3.00
Yankee Girl OS .OS
Nugget 04 .05
Tramp Consolidated .50 .5J
Sunset I .04
I Bid. lAaked.
Manhattan Consolidated .. .45 $
Manhattan Mining Co 07 .09
Gold Wedge 06 .07
Soyler-Humphrey 05 .06
Dexter v... .13 .14
Little Joe 02 .03
Combination .- 04
Granny ' .18
Mustang 25 .26
Cow Boy .......... ....i... .03 .01
Original Manhattan '..j. .. ,08'
Broncho '.07 .08
Jumping Jack 06
Pine Nut 07 .09
BufTalo 03 .01
Slrny Dog 15
Yellow Tlonie .04
Indian Camp 06
I Bid. Asked
Ophir ? KS0 $ 1.90
Mexican .42 .43
Gould k Curry , 15
Consolidated Virginia .... .62 .63
Savage 61 .63
Hale & Norcros. ;50 ..... .
Yellow Jacket. 1.00
Belcher .... , 25 .27
Sierra Nevada 34 .36
Exchequer .38 .40
Union J .28 .30
OTHER DISTRICTS. ' '
I Bid. Askedi
Fairvlew Silver King $ $ .10
Fairvlew Eagle 62 ....
Nevada Hills 6.50
Pittsburg Silver Peak .1.45 3J.47J
North Star Wonder 10
Eagle's Nait .IS .20
Alice of 'Wonder...., 05
Ask your groeer to send yoa Boyal
Bread. It is made in a clean bakery
and the Crown label ia on. every loaf.
from the figures givon below for tho
records registered during the first lialf
of the present year. These figures ara
givon by HAydan Stone & Co., and. in
fathoring the earnings, tho basis of
1-cont copper is takon, and tho earn
ings are given after deducting con
struction expenses. T.fc is worth, while
noticing that in spite of tho unusually
high price for the metal that ha now
prevailed for two years, the indicated
output for 1907 of the twenty-fourcom-panies
below, supplying about 65 per
cent, of the production of this conti
nent, is only 32,000,000 pounds greater
than that of 1906 a guin of about -A
per cent. Evidently there is no clanger
of over-prodnctiou, provided thot de
mands remain at anything liko the
Following are the -figures that show
so encouraging a condition;
San Francisco Mining Stocks
SAN FRANCISOO, July 9. The offi
cial eloping quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Andes -f .19, Julia 05
Belcher 2oMoxlcan 42
Best A Belcher .50 Occidental Con. .38
Bunion 17Ophlr 1.S0
Caledonia 15'Overman OS
Chollar , .07 Potosl 11
C C and Va ... .62 'Savage 61
Con Imporial .. .01 Scorpion 06
Crown Point. .. .17(Slerra Nevada. .34
Exchequor .. . .35 Union Con 28
Gould &. Currie' .14Utah Con 05
Hale. & Norc. .52;Yellow Jacket. . .95
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .lO.Llttle- Chief ... .07
Alice 4.00 Ontario 4.50
Breece 20'Ophir 1.75
Brunswick Con .35 Potoiri 10
Comstock Tun. .25 Savage 64
C C and Va ... .60 Sierra Nevada. .30
Horn Silver ... 1.45 Small Hopes .. .35
Iron Silver .... 3.50 Standard . ... 1.60
Loadvllle Con . .07
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure .$ 3.00 M C and C. 2.S7J
Allouez . .. 4S.00 Nevada . .. 15.25
Amalg . 91.12- North Butte 86.50
Atlantic . . 14.75 lOld Dora .. 47,00
Ariz Cora . 26.00 'Osceola . .. 131.00
Bingham . . 16 50 Parrot . ,. 22.00
Butte Coal . 26.75 'Qulnev . .. 121.00
Cal & Hoc. 849.50 Shannon . . 18.00
Centennial . 31.00 Tamarack . J16.00
Cop Range. 82.00 Trinity . 76.00
Cal & Ariz . 178.00 Unit Cop .. 64,25
Daly West. 18.00 U S Min 49.75
Franklin . . 16.00 U S Oil .... 10.00
Granby . .. 125.00 Utah .. .... 53.00
Isle Royale. 21.00 Victoria . . 7.75
Mass Min . 6.00 Winona . , 8.25
Michigan . . 15.50 Wolverine- . 166.00
Mohawk . . 85.00
E. G. Kidder, the well-known mining
man, is back from a visit to the prop
orty of the Nevada Hills company at
J. Fewson Smith, chief of tho United
States Smelting. Eefining and Mining
company's staff, leaves today on a
round-up of Utah camps.
The Columbus Consolidated companj'
received the settlements for four cars
of ore released Monday, and fivo addi
tional cars were turned looso by tho
sampler at; Sandy yesterday.
"W. P. Adams has purohased the
stock of E. E. Miller entitling him to
a seat upon the local exchange, and
the petition for membership has boon
favorably passed upou by the member
John Dern, manager of several Tjntic
properties, left Tuesday morning for
the camp to look over his charges.
Among those to be visited are the
Lower Mammoth, Uncle Sam and May
The Uncle Sam company has received
settlement upon one of the best cars of
lead, silver and gold ore ever sent from
the Humbug workings. The car will
net the company something over $4000.
Harry S. Josoph, who has been in
Colorado for over a week helping the
talont there score tho smelter trust, is
back from a most enjoyable trip, He
statcB that it. begins to look as if the
Colorado mining operators were in earn
est in their fight against tho trust for
hotter treatment, and that the efforts
of operators jto secure tho entrance of
competition in the smelting industry
will be productive of much fruit. En
route from the East he went iuto
Elko Assay Office
P. C. HYMAN & CO.
All Kinds 9f Assays and
Samples by mail or express to
ceive prompt; attention. Postage
rates on ore one cent per ounce.
GEORGE B. HAIRRNGT0N
Assaycr and Chemist.
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menU; one prloe- only, eaja riugifoM:
(Mtttaa,ts on piano xwsxrtne UttttuMit
cost; ! do rvnttns and tuei&tf.
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HOMER & ROBERTSON,
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REAL ESTATE. LOAfiS, INSURANCE.
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so comfortable that
cooler to wear it thaiP
go -without. .All sM
io: all shaped custlfr
crs. Come here" '3$
your underwear tr&r
bles we'll cure th;
Rowe & Kelly 1
132-134 South Main!
j 500 me
And 200 Teai
I Wanted immediatelyM'
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I BIG- "WOOD EEVJ
I IRRIGATION piS
1 JECT. ,
I Teams, $4.75; !ai$.
ers, $2.75; teamstp
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material up tol.OOOi
for Stocks and BoP
executed in all mark!"
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