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SMIL LOTS M
Bargain Prices Being Enjoyed
by Domestic Consumer
B : From Small Agencies. j,
I EXPORT SALES SMALL
H Big Producers Unwilling lo
I Cut Their Present Ask-
R ing Range.
B On tho face of the situation It nnpears
K sn If h very interesting filibuster Is lielns
H conduclwl between tho domestic con-
Hflj funwr of copper and the blv: sclllnp iikcii
Hffi cits of thin country, the former remnln
Bj& Insr away from the lncUl market olilior
KB entirely or entering It through the
HI b mailer clllnc nponciofl for sinull lots at
Rfl shaded priac5. Tho bis: producers iire
W holdinc their aflclnr prion for Uio metal
HH Ftubbornly at 175 cent per pound, while
HM itiA smaller prorturors arc Icttlnc small
mSm lote thc n,tu' so to domestic conmim
mim erx from time to tlmo at 172 conls a
HH Eastern alvlcei? on Monday wero to the
J effect that thr blc producer ure In pood
enouph shapn rlerht now to admit of their
J Present attitude belnp retalnKl until the
t first of tho year at lea hi. and Inov con-
H Mder their mot powofful weapon In the
I present caropulfni to be. tho recognized
H hortaso of copper both at home and
Mf abroad. Tim Balkan Mtuation tempo-
rarlly has diverted tho attention of the
mM forolpi conanmer of copper, and there has
H not been n great deal of the metal re-
Hti ported ?old for export. But once tlx for-
W e!jm war situation clcarti up. as it Iol-I-
B( cally la expected to lo at practically any
Hi time, the demand for copper will r-
Wj turn, the price will be maintained and
Jj the bic producers will have benefited by
I their present stand at 175 cents pel
WMfM Production durlntr October was lntor-
H fertd with by tho Blnnham and Ely ln
HB bor difficulties, although the other camp
BU9 not affected by those- were In a position
KJfH to Increase their production very niatTl.
Hj alb. Anaconda, for Instance. reported
HH to have .pent Its October output to ZZ.
BJJj ?n0.000 pounds', which Jp In excess of Iip
BcH anticipated normal mark set several
I" month? aso by onntnrn copper ntudonfF.
if not by the officials or the company
themselves. All conditions at tho Miami.
Hay Consolidated. Chlno and other spots
of the southwest wero favorable for
larger production, and it Is expected that
ibpse producers took advantage oi
weather and other circumstances to do
their best. In this manner helpinjr materi
ally to fill the pap caused by tho trouolcs
nt Blnjrham and Ely.
A preat deal of Interest attaches to
the American Copper Producers' report,
which "fill be iesued within a tew days.
And a substantial addition to the domes
tic surplus will not bo unexpected nor
I CLIFFORD PROCESS IS
SEEN IN THE EAST
The new dry ore concentrator Invent
ed by "W. P. Clifford, is finding many
friends in the east and middle west. Mr.
Clifford, as Dr. A. Brodbeck states, has
lately baJIt a complete outfit, including
crushers, rollers, driers and eight shak
ing tables, capable of lisndling 200 ton?
of ore every twenty-four hours. This
machine not only separates the metals
from the gans'te. but ho classifies the
melals themselves automatically, said
Dr. Brodbeck. This unit needs only two
men and a helper for running.
It Is baaed on two principles: Air suc
tion and spcHfIc gravity. From an ex
pert. Dr. Brodbeck Miioten the following:
"Mr. Clifford requested us by wire to be
present at the testing of hla concentrator.
V't arrived at the appointed time and
npent a. few days looking over one of the
hr- and we believe to be the best and
most successful emccntrator and sep
arator ever Invented for all kinds of
metuls. It l the most perfect device in
vented ni,(i will add fortunes where oth
ers have failed."
II NEW ROASTERS FOR
PARK CITY PLANT
Orders have been let for the construc-
tlon of two new roasters for the mill at
Pa:c City of the Mines Operating com
pany, and these ar? expected to be oom
J nleted within a hhort time. As stated
l In these columns several day? ago by
j President Gecrgc H Dem. the Mines
i Operating plant In actual practice had
t demonstrated that the roasters were
, hrrt of the anticipated capacity, and
with the new roasters now being built the
mill vlll be In shape to equal all expectations
Ii MALACHITE ORE IS j
I HOLDING GOOD GRADE J
In a message to the Salt Lnke offices
B of the Yerlngton Malachite Copper rom
P ram on Monday. General Manager Grant
P Snyder suited that the south drift has
K proceeded for twenty feet in copper ore
f averajrine slightly in exoeHS of R per cent,
b This drift is making uwav from the Ma
ll son Valley lines and on Into the Malachite
I alms thn trend of the ore, at the point
of original iross ut being twenty-four
g feet In wfdth.
HI IS SIXTH
During Past Year This Utah
Camp Brought Fame and
Wealth to State.
The Butte district In Montana and the
Lake. Supcrlor district in Michigan con
tinue to bo prime factors In the copper
production of the United Stales, as shown
Jn tho report on copper for 1011 by B. S. j
Butler of the United States geological
survey. Just Issued. These two districts
produced In 1911 over it per cent of the
total copper output of the United States.
A striking feature or Mr. Butlor's re
port Is the marked decrease shown In
the amount of copper rocovored per ton
of ore during tho last few years. In
100C copper ores yielded an avorago of 2.5
per cent: In 1011 the average had de
creased lo 1.S2 per cent. Those who have
not followed the Industry closely may be
surprised to learn tba. over one-half of
the copper ore produccn in tho United
States yields Rn average of but 1 per
cent in copper. In such ore copper is, of
course, only a by-product.
The following table Is of Internal n
showing the output of the larger copper
districts In 1011. The production for this
ver was tho largest In tho history of
Tot ill production of blister copper in
'principal districts to the close of 1911,
District. State. Pounds.
Butte ' Montana .. o.oS6,200,000
Lake Superior ..Michigan .. 4.071,500.000
Bisbeo Arizona. ... l.tlu.200,000
Moronci-Metcalf .Arizona ... r5 4,200,000
Jerome Arizona ... 603,200,000)
Bingham Utah SDO.500,000
Globe Arizona ... 370.300,000
Shasta County .. .California . .IBR.flon.OOO
Dncktown Tennessee . 230.060,000
Ely Nevada ... IS?. 000.000
Foothill belt' California . 103.500.000
Santa Rita N'w Mexico 104. 100.000
All others S73.017.000
On January 2 of this year the geologi
cal survey Issued a remarkably accurate
estimate, by Mr. Butler, of the total
production of copper In mil. which
proved to bo within one-half of 1 per
cent of the finnl returns from smoltora
and refiners. These latter figures wero
published In April.
A copy of the report on copper for
1011 may be obtained free on application
to tho director of the geological survey,
Washington. D. C.
WORK AT BINGHAM
WELCOME TO WORLD
Resumption of work at tin; copper
mines at Bingham and Ely brines to an
end an ill-ndvlscd strike with nothing
gained for the workman other than what
might have been obtained bv pea cable
means, and Indicates tho futility of syn
dicalism. There v.as no complaint that
workmen of these companies were not
well paid, the demand for higher wages
heinc based upon the Increased profits
of tho companies derived from the high
price of copper. To manv minds this
will present a degree of reasonableness,
while on the other hand it ma v as rea
sonably be held that men who arc already
receiving as much or greater compensa
tion for their labor than Is usually paid
for. tho same class of work elsewhere,
cannot expect to reeeh e more pav mero
lv because their employers aro making
If such a principle as this is to be ad
mitted, then the wav is open for corrc
spondinr reduction f wages when profits
are small, and the net result will be to
the disadvantage of tho laborer who has
been striving for decades to shift tho
accldcntr and uncertainties of his em
ployment upon the Industry rather than
linon the Individual. The line of progress
of Industrial development Is steadily to
ward the stabilising of eondltlonti for tho
worker, who is less able to bear reverses
than is the aggregation of capital which
employs him. Any programme of bet
torment for the wage-earner which over
looks this fundamental principle cannot
lead to ultimate success. The manage
ment pf the properties concerned Is to
be congratulated on tho effective way In
which thev have handled a difficult situa
tion. Mining and Scientific Press.
REPORTED STRIKE AT
I THE SMUGGLER MINE
With the word that the Smuggler man
agement of American Fork has closed
down active development work for tho
winter, comes the news that the prop
erty Is In first-class condition, there be
ing twelve feet of ore reported, of which
ten feet Is comjyised of shipping grade
lead and silver rock. Sufficient has been
dono on the ore, It is said, to leave no
uucstion of its permanency, and if re
ports arc tmo the property should be a
fine shipper next spring. Conditions arc
tuch at the property that work cannot bo
done with any satisfaction during the
MAJESTIC WAS HELD
BACK IN OCTOBER
Had the Majestic company succeeded
in getting the railroad service it desired
during the month of October, the "com
pany could have loaded and sent out
sixty cars of copper-Iron ore. but tinder
conditions that existed, stated General
Manager Moffat on Monday, the manage
ment got forty-two cars out during this
poriod. So far this month, tho same dif
ficulty is being experienced In securing
enough cars to keep the men on the pay
6; HSjlgl SPORTSMEN
tv BlMjEflffiJffl and
H MINING MEN
pyilW Mud, and alusli and snow Don't
IwMnKSfiSl mint underfoot conditions because
gffjflS our NORM AN & BENNETT
1 , ijtnHH are warm dry, ligkt and
-'! , Httf3AiUj9 Ek' Tney are perfect
1 1 lLSy9LflR boats for imperfect -weatner.
IrTRfr otber sorts, of footwear for
jf jr; ' SE5S Ovcrcoats iweater coats, etc., for
SpHSyl winter weatber.
! RAY COK. TROUBLES
IB THEIR CLOSE
Eastern Authorities Assert the
. Company Is Approaching
Utah shareholders of the Ray Con
solidated company will bo Interested in
the report that came over the wire. on
Monday to the effect that the excessive
liquidation to which "this issue has boon
subjected during the past few weeks was
over, and that the. liberal amount of
knocking to which the stock has been the
victim secma to have run lis course. It
is stated also that this liquidation has
totaled close lo 100,000 shares, and that
tho stock as a consequence has fallen
into much slroncor hands than usual.
Western stockholders, and they are
very numerous, of the flay Consolidated
with few exceptions are fortunate In hav
ing secured their stock at a great deal
lower figure than that at which the stock
Is standing, and while many naturally
regret that the stock has not ncled
market wise as Chlno. tlmy express posi
tive certainty that the company will soon
pull to the front with a proposition
which, from an ore tonnage standpoint.
Is the second greatest copper mine in
the world. They appreciate the difficulty
with which the management has had to
contend In getting the property in shape
to handle the ore tonnacc demanded by
tho mill, realising thai the tinv Is very
near when the management can begin
realising upon the higher grade Ka
Central tonnage pending the completion
of the underground work before It-
W'pstern shareholders, therefore, have
not been stampeded by the persistent
rapping of the proposition, nor have tbey
lightened their holdings In a company
presenting cenerous profits; they pm
nlstentlv have held on. confident that all
property conditions would he rounded out
in due time, .-.ml the properly placed In
shape to take care of the entire mill.
The news from the east, therefore, will
he welcome. While It partakes of mar
ket action character. It is true lhat the
nrophesv is based upon mlno nnd mill
conditions and not upon any concertod
action of insiders.
MARKET IS WAITING
FOR 'THE ELECTION
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
ov.m- I heir private wire yesterday after
noon: . .
Paine. Webber 5: Co., Boston: The
local, market showed slight rally todav
but the volume of trndinc naturally was
small on account of the election. The
accumulation of Oranby Is still golnsr on
and well posted people figure stock to
b easllv worth $10(1. Tho result of tho
election has not vot been determined and
the future course of the market is still
T.ogan & Bryan. N'ew York: Aside from
the Irregularity which was witnessed
during the forenoon, tho market displayed
an oxceptionallv firm tone though, ad
mittedly, the bulk of the buying had the
appearance of short covering. The sugar
stocks were conspicuous for their weak
ness during the second hour on liquida
tion, which was said to bo based on the
expectanev of Democratic victory and
consequent tariff legislation though,
seemlnglv. efforts nl this time to dis
count a reduction In schedules appeared
rather premature. Doubtless the selling
was more In the nature of cleaning up
long liims as for some months there has
been qulel realizing paTlicularly in beet
sugar and the issue failed to respond
upon numerous occasions to strength in
othor portions of the list. Tho fact that
the dividend was not Increased at the last
quarter may have hud something to do
with causing disappointment and tho de
sire to liquidate.. .
The question most asked is. what i
llkoly to Influence the market in caso
such nnd such a candidate Is .ted?
Momentarily. Ii is rather difficult, to
speak with any degree of accuracy though
It. would seem thnt the conflicting views
which are more than likely to bo cnter
talned by many traders and investors will
bo reflected irregularly for a short peri
od, though admittedly, the course of
American Issues in liondon on TScdnc!"
dav morning, will, perhaps, govern the
action of our market during the carl
trading on that day.
SECOND CAR CUBA
LEAD ORE ARRIVES
The second car of lcd ore from tho'
Cuba property of White Pine county.
N'ev . In which Utahns aro tnklnti a very
keen interest, was beiuc settled for on
the local market Monday. '1 ho mine
management forwarded word with the
hill of lading that this ore would be
second class, but it averages 0 per cent
lead, which Is doing prettv well for second-class
material. It is so termed n
comparison with the first class recently
shipped to this city, and Vn,,;V.nvcl?(ii
over "5 ner cent lead. Another car Is
New York Mining Stocks.
Jamca A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon new voiiK usti-:d STOCKS.
Sales-! II. 1 L. IClse
Chlno 4.400: 131 -13 -hilt
Godfleld Con 1.0001 28 21 28
Nevada, Con 1.S00I 21 201 21.
Ray Con . .600-21i 21 i 212
Miami Copper . S00! 2il 2 5 24
U ah Copper 3.C00, 621 GUI 02L
InSlratSon 10"' lt 105; 10?
Studehaker Con 1 100; 12 ! -12 l-
NEW VORIC CURB RANGE
Saloa.' II. ! U !Clsc
First National Cop -5; '
Gjronx Con i SOU! ? Al; H
Nevada Utah ' 3c lc 3c
Ray Central 2g, 22 23
Yukon Gold 31 32 nJ
Ohio Copper 500 H! IS IS
New Keystone i -J; 2 -
South Utah : 8
Mason Valley 13 12J 13
Braden Copper 1.000 , I fi; r.J
Nevada Mills : 300 U1 li 11
Belmont 2001 3 nj nl
TouopfUt " VI, i r
Alaska , ! St Sj' S
NEW YORK CURB CLOSE.
j Rid. Askod.
Ely Consolldatad '$ .IS .20
First National Copper 1 2.00 2.25
Glroux Consolidated -i.C2 -1.75
Tukon Gold I 3.37JI 3. B0
New Kyston! I 2.0O J 2.12J
Nlplsslng I 8-00 8.121
Ohio Copper I 1.55 i 1.62J
Ray Central I 2.3741 2.00
La Rose 1 2.37JI 2. SO
South Utah .50 I .021
British Columbia Cower..1 I.oo ; t.&o
Bay State Gas .....J .3711 -n
Braden ' T.0 : 7.12
Mason Vallev 1J.25 ' IS. 00
SIoun- Consolidated I .01 .00
Colorado I -H ' .U
Iron Bloeeom J 1.07t 1.15
Carlsa ..... .05 i .15
Nevada Hllh ' 1.S0 ' l.sc
i A. .7. Bailey, a 1?. R. engineer,
iBateaville, Ark., says: "I sneered with
kidncv nnd bladder trouble so bid I
was unable to work. I had such severe
I ra;ns in my back I rould hardiy pet
j. I tried nveral physician with no
I reuit, 'nit Vok'v's Kidnt l'ills liavc
j dono wonders for mo. I recrm nond
I thein to all." Srhramm-Jobnaon,
LITTLE OF INTEREST
ON LOCAL EXCHANGE
Conditions on the, local market wore
unchanged Monday, sales averaging
practically the same as tho close of tho
previous week, and prices wero station
ary as a rule. All tho brokers aro glad
lhat the campaign Is over, and that tho
election will soon bo a matter of history,
tho campaign being a. mile post on tho
road to better business In the opinion or
Sales yesterdav reached a total of 12,
710 shares of stock, tho market value of
which was 52S57.75. Tho following wero
tho closing transactions:
Bid. ABked. Sold For.
Home R CopjJ ,23 IS .25 J .22 & .215
Rlco-Argen. ; .15 I .15 57
T-Qulncy.. ! .26 .20 I
Rico-Well.. . 2 ; .50
Now Yer. ..I .It; .17
Alta Con., j AT, ,45
Leonora ... .03
Blng Ct-St. .10 ; .12
Santa K... .01
Santa Ch.. .OS
I Forenoon. II Afternoon.
Bid. lAsked.H Bid. Asked
Bock Tun. .1? .08 $ .0!)ij 5 -00 X .10
Bine Anial., .05 .OS .05 .07
Bluck Jack. .10 .12 ; .10 .12
Cnrsa . 15 .05 .10
Ccd-Talls . .01 i .011.1 .01 I .01J
Country ... .05 i ( .05
Colo Mining .15 AC, .15 .10
Col Con ... .10 .35 .10 .33
Con Mcrcur. .03 .10 .03 -Of)
Crn Point . .02 .021 .01? .021
Daly 1.C0 J .60
D-Judge ... 5.00 5.00 7.00
Dragon 15 J5
Eastern Pr. .01 .02 1 .011 .01?
East Crn Pt 00 001
E Tin Con. 00a 001
E Tin Dev. .001 .01 .001 .01
Emerald ... .001 .05
Gold Chain. .36 .10 .3G AO
G Central . .60 .76 .67 .70
lnd Queen.. .001 .01 01
Iron J31os . 1.10 1.12J 1. 10 1 . 12 J
Iron Kins: 10 10
Joe Bowers. .00$ , .00J .10
King Wm .. .03 03
Lead King .02 02
Lehi Tlntic I ,00il .003 .001 .00?
Lion mil ... .03 033 ."5
Little Bell 35 35
L Mntn .. . .06 .07 .0oj .07
Mammoth .. .75 2.00 .75 1.50
Mason V ... 12.00 14.00 12.00 11.00
May Day . . .15 .16 .15 .16
M Flat 01X 02
Ml Lake .. .02 .0t"
Nov British i0
Nov Mills .. 1.10 1.55 1.50 1.521
Now York.. .00 .01J 01J
Ohio Cop .. 1.50 1,65 1.50 1.70
Opohongo .. .10 .101 .101 .10
Pioche Dem ,0?3 .10 .0SJ .00
P Metala. . .011 .02 .01 .02
Pitts-Ida .1 1.00 1.27J 1.00 1.30
Plutus . . .1 .063 .OS .07 .073
Prince C ..I 1.77JI 1 .SO ' 1.771 1.S0
R and A. ...I I .06 .OS
Roxall .... I .01J! .02 I 02
S K Coal 2.35 I ."..02il 2.00 3.05
PI Shield I .02 1 02
Sioux Con -0251 -04 ' .023 J3
So I BIoss .001 00
Swan Con .03 I .031 .03 .031
Tint Cent .01 I .01 J .01 .01;
Unit Tint .01 .0"J .01
Uncle Sam .13 I .16 .13 .M
Utah Con . .01; .013 .011 .013
Union Chf .Oft I .00 .OS .00
Victor Con .03 I .05 .03 .05
Victoria C .56 ! .50 .57 .5S
Wllbort ... .033' .Hi .003 .10J
Yank Con .Jo I .20 .15 .20
G C Cr 0t .03
Moscow ... .30 I ,3Q .50
Jron Blossom, 200 at $1,125; 500 at 51.10,
Ohio Copper, 60 at 51.55.
Prince Con.. 100 at $1.80.
Swansea. 2000 at 3c.
Wllbort. noo at lOJc.
Shares sold. 3160.
Selling value, $11(4.50.
Beck Tunnel, 500 at !)c; 1000 at 9c.
Nevada Hills. 200 at 51.55.
Opohonro. 350 at 10c.
Silver King Con., 400 at 70c.
Shares sold, 2150.
Selling value, 5761.25.
Colorado. 1000 nt 15Jc.
Sioux Con., 500 at 31c.
Uncle Sam. 100 at '12Ac.
Wilbert. 1000 at 10c.
Shares sold, 2600.
Selling value, $254.50.
May Day, 1400 at 15c.
Opohongo, 1100 at 101c; 200 at 11c.
Wilbert, 300 at 10c.
Shares sold, 4500.
Selling value, $667.50.
Nevadas In San Francisco,
James A. Pollock .t Co., bankers and
brokorp. furnish the following, received
over iheir pri'ato wire yeBtcrday after
noon: I Bid. AskccT
Goldfiold I '
Col. Mountain I? $ .04
Jumbo Extension : .33
Mine Bull 07 ,06
Silver Pick 07
Lone Star .05 .06
A'tlnnta IS .20
D'fleld B. B. Con ......... .05 -
Gold field Daisy 05
Comb. Fraction u ,12
Kcwnnos .05 ,06
Goldllold Con 2.55 2.575
C. O. D 00
Merger Mines 31 .32
Ophlr 54 .53
Mexican 2.121 2,45
Con. Virginia 37 .38
Hale and Norcross 14
Yellow Jacket 4Q, AS
Sierra Nevada 35 .36
Union 54 .55
MIzpah Extension 80 .t8
Montana Tonopah 2.00
Tonopah Extcnelon ....... 2.50
MacNamata .22 .......
Midway .js .i-
Tonopah Belmont 0.00 7.
Tonopah North Star 3S .40
West End Con 16.00
RoHCtie ifi tlg
Jim Butler 73'
Cash Boy OR .00
Monarch Pitta Ext ........ .24 .26
Umatilla . . .05
Tonopah Merger .95 ,08
Manhattan Con l ( ,.
G. Wedge 09 ".10
Dexter 03 .04
Manhattan "Big Four 41
Other districts I
Nevada Hills ) A2j 1.45
San Francisco Oil Stocks.
Jamos A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
broken, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: I Bid. lAskcd.
Caribou .35 $ 1.35
Claremont .... ,. 60
Illinois Crude , ' "nn"
Monte Crlato io0
Sauer Dough i.sn
Sliver Tip no
s vv- b 1S ;;;;;;;
Tumor ! .50
2f K 011 J i.sb "2:00
Storting j I.
The metal quotations for Monday
posted by McCornlck & Co.. were as
follows: Silver. 621c; load, 55.10; copper.
Engineer Henry Krumb Is In Missouri
on professional bufdneiuf.
Superintendent A. J. McNabb of the
JIhmd Vallev company Ik In the city.
A ?trnw vol taken Monday afternoon
on the !orl exchange resulted 4 follow k
Toft. 14. Wilson. 7; RonarvHt. : j).t,n. j
lr. oinmo' with all oti.ci ex- luii,xn
tiJn tl.c Iikr tork an i mUung
ex'hango wlV b cloned, that the mem
erw'riay be unimpeded In votlnc as frc
q aentiv as po?HibIc
IDA CON. TO BE
Four Million Pounds Copper
Is Estimated Output in
Judging from present Indication?, it
will not be long until the Nevada Con
solidated company will again have Its
plants operating to normal capacity
The men are. now coming back to work
and operations dally aro being resumed
on a larger scale.
A report Just received from the prop
erty atated that the production from tho
mine now amounts to between H500 and
5000 tonf of ore dally and that tho fourth
section of the concentrator has been
placed In commission, with the prospect
of the additional units being put into
operation at any time. cnrt
During tho labor troubles the Stoptoo
fimclter has been ablo to operate con
tinuously on Nevada Consolidated con
centrates accumulated prior to tie
strike While we understand that tin
supply was not equal to tho usual pi o
ductlon and that a falling off will be
shown In tho copper output. It winj not
affect production to the extont general!!
Huppoacd. While, definite figures on this
will not be forthcoming until the Oc
tober report is received, It is estimated
that the output for the month will be
about 4.000.000 pounds. In other 70';
while operations at tho mine and rnill
have been interfered with duo to the
strike, tho period has not been one 01
entire loss. ... ... uv.
Tho management believes that witn
the employees now returning to work It
will be but a few days until the produc
tion of tho mine Is brought up to 'Onier
tonnage and that 'thereafter operations
will gradually bo restored to normal.
Boston Mining Stocks.
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers nd
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their private wire yesterday after-
BOSTON COPPER RANGE.
1 Salca.j H 1 L- jClne
Algomah ; 1 91 ?t '
Butte & Balaklava ...!.... oi 1
Butto & Superior ... 1.2G0 4oa 441 4-1
Calumet & Arizona. 630 ( 7hi ib
Chief Con "0 11, lij 16
Copper Range 130 otj 541 "i
DaJy West 100 33 3f 33
Davis Daly 125 2jl 21 21
East Butto 200 141 14 14?
Glroux Con 130 4J 43 4J
Granby Con 050 65 621 65
Greene Cananea .... 625 0i 33 5I
Hancock 115 22J 223 221
Indiana Copper 300 Ml 141 141
Inspiration Con 101 101 191
Lake Copper 269 273 271 37J
La Rose 21 21 21
Mason Valley 123 12B 121
Nevada Con 100 21 21 21
Nevada Utah ....1 3c lc 3c
Nipisslng 81 8 8
North Butto 1.231 341 31 311
North Lflke 3 3 3
Ray Con 50 21J 211 21!
Superior & Boston 430 It i li
Trinity 160 41 11 41
U S Smelter com ... 500 45n 44S 451
preferred 3o 505 50'j 60s
Utah Con 25 Hi 111 11J
American Zinc I 250 31 31 31
BOSTON CURB CLOSE.
1 Bid. lAskod.
Begole $ 2.25 $ 2.50
Boston Ely 1.00 1.0C1
Bohemia 2.25 2.50
MuB&ichusetts 6.371 6.50
Michigan 1.50 2.00
American Zinc 31.00 31.25
South Utah 49
South Lakn 6.25 6.75
Shannon 14.00 14.25
Old Colon 8.621 8.75
Ohio Copper 1.625 1.75
Miami 27. 125 27.50
Mayflower 13,50 13.621
Groeno 0.75 10.061
Helvetia 75 .95
Arcadian 2.50 2.75
Butto & London 46 .49
Calaveras 2.625 2.75
Kerr Lake 2.S2J 2.75
Keweenaw 2,00 2.125
Victoria 2.50 2.625
Winona 4.?.R 4.75
Wyandot 2.25 2.50
Ojlbway 3,00 3.50
Nevada Douglas 3.6a 3.S75
S W Miami f,. 25 5.76
El FdJiO 5.25 5.50
Eaglo & Blue Bell 1.061 1.125
Pond Creek 25.00 25.25
Tuolumne 2.625' 3.00
Stewart J.20 ! 1.30
Utah Apex 1.575 2.00
Oneco 2.00 ' 0.125
Hoton Copper 7.75 ' 8.00
Bingham Mines 4.75 I 5. 00
Butto Central 6.50 6.6'i
Majc.itlc 1 ,40 I .
The Utah Ore Sampling company on
Monday released twelve, cars of ore from
Utah camps and two cars from Colorado.
Oro and Bullion.
The ore and bullion report for Mondav
civen by McCornlck Sz Co.. was as fol
lows: Bullion shipped, 535,000.
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