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I g DESERET EVENING NEW FRIDAY MAItCII LNJ 1006
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ft I i l MINING BUSINESS AND STOCKS J I
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tHr WElL SATISflEO
V1TI1 LITHE BELL
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Jacob E Bamberger Makes an
Inspeotion of Recent Strike
In That Mine
SAYS CONDITIONS ARE GOOD
Hint Jroprrtj Oiialit lo Muko II IIIII
Irodlim SliliniPlil > tll hlwl
a Xiwt Vwk
f AmoliK yesterdays vlnUnru to Park
° t City WM J n cob IS Bamb rBr preal
l dent oC the luly Wet Mining ompnv
0 The ohjert of his trip won tiotfoi Urn I
iI purpose IIr 1110kllll OUT audition tit I
the Pah AVeet 11lne but to rimk on In I
4 f speedos of tlio court strike In the I
t1 property of the Little n1I Minim I
ronitiny Tim Daly Went IB Intorwteil
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t l to the tilde Hull lu thu ext nt of 0
JI pr oenl of the aplUU Mock utiil he
Mdo this llr Hit in h rifpr pprsoinlh
et U the holder of quip > u large block
In xpeakliig of romlltloiw Hi the 1lt
tIe hell property thl morning Mr
JambeTor ileclarwl that he found th1I1
to bo very wiU fnctor > Indeed iivl j
that unless nil Klsnn fill1 tit rmmot f I
I It what ID going to prevent the properly I
4 liw > mlmt a large producer Clue ow i
fj i lody recently opened IIP itntes 11 ap
parently very xtralvi one awl
rontnliw Home food vulilfH whlih ALI
Ion Into money hint w hoii the manago
ill iiint get to Hhlpplni
is The rondu arc twins Inokon Mr
HnnibsrRer says nnl he uml rtnndn
fiitiu Tuny < in has err aged leans to he
Kln hauling ore in Iark < lty for 1e
livery to the rllIwadM on nest Mondii
i ON WINING EXCHANGE
May DIIV snln u IVutinv CliHiis
iuilnllon < mid Sal
May Iny printed itself oe the niiln
feature of todays trading on the hour
of tho Unit Lake Stock Mining iX
ex
IwmlB during HIP open board call The
nldck sold no to 20 cents but ringed
r 5 slightly under that fljfure Daly
Judir did not iippenr ti IMI In deniaiil
mid two lots nold at nOr Hock Tun
gel iiiicl urea KiftfWd same whlo
Grand Cent nil miilntUneil flrnuioHB
HIHer KltiK WIIH haul 10 move nt any
mill
price luittcvPT 20 allured were
brought out lit J3lfi while Odin he
pun nt 33 nn < l lolil down to W cents
Thompson found takers up to 20 contrast
n thnrft
The lung fiuotntlnns nnil sales
ere
1L + CLOYING QUOTATIONS
ft jl i l inAlJk
Albion h9
ii Alleo 1 H 31liJ
f t AJnx 61 66
llulllnn Iterlt 100
Carlsa l 21 LIt
re I f
It Con MCI cur 1 GI tJjli
d Duly 115 lZ0
l Dnly Judge i 1040
Hal Wen 1350 UOfl
7 n a lJllJ 1ro S0
Grand Central 385 IOK
1
I Cnkna 0
1 r tort aiUcr 16V
7wr Little Hell tiOOn cso
1ower Manimoth n 30
i I olTllnOlh i66 160
JIuy Diy 2I 16 i
Ontario 211
r etro 115
HlUor King 3100 3500
HacrunifiiliJ Ifili
Silver Rhlold i0
Star Con U 13Yi
Eolith fiuiiufen 01 oo
z Utah ra GO
Tncle Kan Con 40i 41U
1 t AUlorla S70 100
1 Jlo lon Con StBO SIOO
nntler hlbfial 1D4 Sk
t 1l Heck Tunned Con S8 S94
I ell l Century 10 i 20
30
cjclom1
u 30Vt
+ 1 1 lllaek Jack 13 1 Vt
Ingot 1 Ol on
e Joe liowtrs 01J
IJltlo Chlof 1 OSJ 01
II t New York III
Tetro 11 1M1
Vktor con 1 0116
1 AVubanh 101K IO
1 Yanki K 10
I t vi VAIA iIloeS I
OoMIVM ilonanze 406
I llm lUitlerTonopnh lTO
t J Montana Tonopuh I iyt 0
I s MnNanlnra I 70 10
11lM
I i Tntiopali
11 TOO ° 1ah Uelninill 1 In
yt + J Tonopah Extetwlon 1 1300
ffll1J h I 11 > Jk u
iitoriAK CAU tILLIfa
t I
r Dab fudge 100 at 10ZS
jr l t aL May rm x MiO al S5i
h L Uulp Chief 1000 at I
1
I 1 N < w Murk 1000 at JT4a 190 nt IS
A r OtJJN B141RDA118S
t 1 Hcc Tunnel Jon ut MU
i itliT Liberal Mr at 11
it i f fit rnrlwi oOO nl 24 I too at Ilk
I Columbia r n1 1c ut 110 ner 10
iMly Judge Kii Rt lot
1 I hunt outiiil 60 at 3M
t kl 4 Little rincr looo at It
l k May nil < W at 9V 1191 at 2 but
II rr iw lvw at 2 + 4 5JOO at JIti
I tnlin M at 38 500 at 80
l t i l oily r King Mi nt 345ft
a ThniHn 61 at Ui MM at Ja4 3500
I Y nt In lja 1500 at It r
f t4 t I JtJt PITtJ1f1 O
bona V lue
t 1 1IeJnhmr ran tTOO 129076
t 1111 + 1t Open board 15MS SUill
gI
rr Forenoon total 177W 7tW t i
e
frl A S CAMPBELL
lr Stock llrnksr 216 D F Walker mock
OLD BRISTOL MINES
l I 4 I 1 t
e 1 Anoihrr Cnxo Opened In Iho Mnj
i llouir Property
li The mines at Bruit bring worked by
leasers according to lint reports from
rr li that plats vonllnue naming up bin
al II Wiys the I ode of ln Lamar fn tht
i old Mayflower mine It looks al though
It + I onotner large cave o ore wu about to
I 1 t opus up The ledge being worked at
+ preKcnt IS about four feet wide and ae
11 tall f UH uvorage about 40 per clint In eop
r f per liesldo the liver In the old Den
y t mine known aa the flypiy the ledge II
1 I III about three feet In width and the aver
ci6 assay U about DO er ant copper
I j Ire I A cut Wit made In the Hide of lhehU
ftr
t for 12 fen at the bottom wham the
i loJgo W ia cut Then time leasers wont
Ip
1
Todays Metal Quotations
y
+ X
1 J r1 eettllnG IJrlcu are reported 1
r by the Allltrlrllo SmolUni and Ite 1
n Ing ccmpany 1
SILVER 65 1
t COPPER Casting 18 h
1 COPPER Electra 1814 u
1I
LEAD 53S
V Y
1 1
1 NEW YORK QOUTATIONS
+
LEAD quiet 6301ij6IS 1
y COPPER Firm 1Strti 1
y y
0
u
up 110 feet In the fihafi and run an
other drift when the oro was again
cHcoimteieil Thin pi oven that the fur
row uwiivrx of the mine In MnkliiB tin
shaft hud gotten oft the lidKc and v eu
unable lo pick It up gate
SEAIIOHLIOHT COUNTRY
SignlII tsiu Ulu icrlts HrKiilcil on
Suila IV Itiirnnrll llnnidi
A cor rc pond Hit urltltiK train Search
light Nfv Mugs oinidrrablK activity
Is evidence In thu Signal milling dig
trlit and hut fiMtrul nppuently qulta
liiipoitiint striken lime brut made ntnr
Vontrlpser faults u million on tlw
lUirnuill brunch of the Santa Koslilcli
It HII > tiling like lopoited means that
another Ooldlleld n orond Manhat
tan has been illacovoifd
All iwsatloiml features of the north
ern bonanza Cutups are prcnent 1rox
pec tor and inlnuni nifrclmntH and
business irvi saloon ki > epeca and
gHinhliTH fjocklni to the eOIiO from
Mil direction Fortuimtf locators arc
starting gumil over their posscaxlons
Two Imvimltec lire staked rind In holt
It loK like another bit mining camp
for Southern Novuda
An over > nbutiilunce of water IH rt
ported from the 1onipcll mile of
SourchllRht At u depth of IS feet co
much water has hems encountered In
the whlzc 100 feet ycit of the shaft
that work na necusnarlly elopped
Work Waft then IIOKIIII 63 feet trust 0
the hhntt where uliioa of M to Ind
to tho ton were encountered The pump
lit mining io004 gallons n lay
On belt II or tho Nloiiiitnln group n
fore of men In wocldiiK ore 1111 It IH
taken from the tunnel At present
there are 1J tons Backed on the dump
that will run over 51100 to tho ton
Thin phenomenally ildi art wna oh
founterud w lillo running a lCfoot open
violent AdJolnlDK thc Mountiiln
fiiuup on tie eMit in the Vonul4 whcnt
the shaft In down 85 feet nil In oro of
high grndf ionUIrnble work la he
InK done ant this property The mnii
uKunienl Inuiidii Koing down 354 feet be
fore crosucuttlne
Huvernt xhlftfl arc at work on the
Cyrus Noble They 1110 sinking and
ut thu garno time lotlniberltiK and en
largtiiK the old Workings More than
enough oro lii taken out with the dc
ulopmanl work to keep the mill sup
plied
Arrangements lave been mado wltli
tho Banta Ve lInIng rompuny to Kill
Ply water As soon us tho plpo Hurt H
Odniplktud the lull Will lllll lluctt shifts
The Ilectrlu light plant U nil In placo
unil will bu started us oou UH iuru hi I
receiver Sinking ull be resumed when I
the electric plant In Installed
Flue Cyrus Nobln Kxtenslon Mining
company which vvn tile Konpiirlel
and Cioppy chins Is prospecting to
tnicu thin Cyrus Noble std oodeomiRli 1
lodge thut traverno bath their claims 1
a working ghuft wll he gunk on thi
Nonpareil
On the Quartette a rnbo init through
from the nevvnth level to the B60fo I
IIUH continued In good ore all Dm way I
tip Tile slRnlficanrc of this dlsrovory
lies In tho fact that for over 100 Ceo i
the COOfoot level hue been innnliiK In i
practleully barren matter the face i
which H in nliont 550 feet In ntlll 34 i
feet from the point whtro thn June i
Ion will be mtuU11 vlth the rtlso De
Ilopmunla on the loner l vfls RUB I
etlt that the Mxth level will contlmiu
III pn ore for at leant 701 feet utter the I
unotlori la reached I
AH the rich ore recently nlruck In
ho Sturchllght mine wan drifted out 1
thin nluea continuo to ha of the HIUV
ilKh grade UH linen first uncountcred
which uveraRoa J220 In the ton The
company has lultlcltnt water to keoi
he mill running steadily and when
ilnkliiff In resumed the supply nlll he I
nutorlully increased
Tho shaft of tho Dlnrk Hawk has cut
three distinct ledges two of which
lire belli drifted Oil nt water level I
rho work Is helnir done met on the
ithcast lead and north on the north
west lead the latter ID more of n cross
lit than a drift us It ruiiH at an atinlr
ncroiH the Vein Doth ledges contain
axcelltiit oro of Hood milling grade
NEVADA STOCKS
Ialllel A Pollock Co furnish to
day tho follow tf in Francisco min
log stock Qitolntluns
RStoeBe + n ilirikl
Ton HHmunt i 6 78 610
trash tiny 21 21
fJoldn Anrhor 1 31 4ti
llunif Tonopnh 66
Jim llutlrr 1 1 117
iiaiSiunsrii 13 70
Ton Midway 2o 215
Montana Toimtwh 10114 3 OKM
North Star 11 M
TonnpAh Kxlenifloti 12 00
Ohio Tunopub 53 50
Tonopah Com ISM IS 21
West land 2 SO too
Adl1lt1 10 I tooU
Atlanta 3 I n
Rite Hull Q n
Month n
Columbli Mountain 35 11
ronrUroi ITU 19
LMitnond Field U 1G
Dixie 11 > 11
11oldftlItt 01
Jumbo 115 ifliM
Jumbo KxuiifrlnnI Ii M
1n411 1 ST 89
Tirana at IS
May Qucmi atu ISK
Mohawk u K
Iced Top tOil 074
flanditorm llU
Sliver Jlok 11 UT
1M ires at I 31
National Bank m i 31M
Denver 1 1 TO I 1 III
Bcllpi 1MK I 10
Gold Bnr 1 1M I 1 3
Orlilnal Bullfrog II I 3
Stlnway 18 is
Montfofntry MoutrUIn 00
Great Hunt I ill IIi
Golden Crown IJ
COMBTOriC
Con Vlrjlnln 1It I 110
OpMr s it 6
Caledonia II I 3
Merittin I U 1120
llxclifcjusr 51 67
Norrross t II 1 211
CANNON BnOB BROKERS
34 K So Temple Tel 910 Ind 910k
nell
J ODERNDORFEFl
StoiU Broker
Tel Bell K3 11 B Mala St
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DEALS ON fOR
STOCKTON MINE
Peter Haack of Los Angeles Still
After Stock of Honerine
Company
RIVAL INTERESTS IN FIELD
IIIIIS rind riioinichr1 In Ioltlon
To Command Pair Price for
Ihcloprd 11111
Pete 1 Uncle the lama Anxelen rap
Mallet who recently ucqulivd tho Spy
del IntoreHttt In the Honorlne mine at
Stockton iirrhml from the east yes
terday ufteriiooti after having had a
Ionfereneo with thu uxccutur of the
Kimberley opiate at Chicago with
whom he nan been negotiating for the I
Kimberly Interent Vhlle admitting
that ho hue not peen buying Honerlno
stock for hlmnelf entirely he declares
what ho haH done hag not been for
Chtirleii M Kthwab
It Is believed hy n god many that
Mr liaaek IH representing TlionwH F
cole nod Hisoflaie und It la known that
he has sought to gel hold of other
producing milieu In the camp of Stock
ton which Includes the Nell Stockton
Black niamond and Cyclone
A gentleman closely Klentltled with one
of the larKo t mines In the state mild
during the day Hint he knew It to he n
positive tact that there are other In
terims socking to jet control of all tho
principal mines In the Tooelo county
< inp and thcrefoie the owner are
plait In the very satisfactory position
of having pienty of competition The
fart In s 4 I he thin smelting con
eerie want thc e lend mines of Stock
ton and they ate going to set them It
they can Therefore tho owners of
lute deelopf pionortles of tho district
mil In position to he pretty Independent
when It comrs to milklnk a deal I he
llevo several deals will be consum
mated during the next few weeks and
that the Stockton lead mlnea Will not
bo tho only one Involved I rather
look to nee sumo Alta porportli8 gath
ered In
GOLD CRATER DISTRICT
iiililflrld Parties Mnlo ll c < irrlii In
Vow Camp
Nfw development sayn the Sun ol
Ooldfleld In a minim way out towards
Gold Crater and also to the north and
east of the new district 1ft gradually
attracting widespread attention by many
recent discoveries of huge mineralized
iri > ppni < which aecordlnB to several
observant mlnliiK men who have ot
fate been visiting the section taro
nil the Indications of a formation et
nelly similar to that of the Bullfrog
country
The latest discovery han been made
during the last few livn by a number
of loldfleld men on tho Lucky JOt >
croup of II K claim six miles cast of
Ucld Crater They have long ben
atchlm the property but wlnif to Its
being located and the time limit not
pxplclni until Jan 1 they were forced
to withhold operations until they had
an opportunity to relocate the grounJ
They have now funk a nhaft In tin
center of a huge outcropping with the
Jesuit that they have opened an oro
body which gives good milling otfavj
and values Gradually increasing witli
depth
The quartz In of a close strained whlc
and gray Mllclous character showinn
flight oxidization anti has all the up
pearatice of being exceptionally free
mllllne and shows some white tale
The owners IMwnrd Mccirane Jak
Ollrlen and Patrick Welsh Intend tr
keep sinking ttntll a 100foot depth li
attained and then crosscut Atty Mart
OUrlen also holds an Interest In the
property and It was understood yester
day that when the assay were made
that he refused a cash consideration
for his shnin of the ground
i Many prospectors havo been ROIIIR
I Into blue hfctlon of late and tie own
t 11 of several of HIP properties are
I IIIIIIdinK outfits to do development work
NEW EQUIPMENT ORDERED
The management of the Nevada old
Ilutte Milieu company has placed an or
der tor u mine cur track and a blower
to be Installed nt the mouth of the
tunnel Zloty being driven towards the
Bold bealrnff ledges of that property
The tunnel Supt tllhljs reports Is In
over 60 feet and progress is being mule
at the rate of three feet per dav
General Traffic Manager George W
llulntz of the United States Smelting
Kenning Mining company has re >
turned from ft trip to California where
he went to confer with the manage
ment of the Southern Iaelllc rallwaj
Ito Hint Manager Fred Iyon of tile
Kennet smelter In San Kranelseo who
Informed him that the third furnut
has been blown In
CONCENTRATES
Mechanical Engineer Karl KlUrs of
the American Smelting Ueflnlnir com
pany has returned from the Pn > Ifie
CCNItit
H R Coffey has returned to his of
ftce In the nooly block after n trlj
out of toun to Investigate mining In
tetft
Tim Pioneer samplers reported the ar
riYAl today of four fntn of ore from
Nevada two from HliiRham and tu
from Tlntlc
The directors of the Sacramento Hold
Mining company mat yesterday and
posted a dividend of 3000 which Is
payable on April 1
Oenernl Manager Duncan MeVlchl
nf the IlliiRham Consolidated Mining fc
New Private
Wire Service
lines A Pollock Co 1
BANKERS end BROKERS
0 W Socond South Street
Salt Lake City Utah
Orders Promptly Executed In Block I
I namli Cotton Grain and Vroviitona
IrlvatA Leased Wlrto With Iienn and
Uiyan Corresponding Members
I New York Stock Exchange Now Ydrk
Cotton Kthange Dalton Stock Ex
change Chicago Board ot Trail
I We HunJIr All Prominent lUih Mln
I InK and Commercial Stocks
Smelting company left Chicago last
night fore the west
tt It IInlll Fritz Ulttlch tho 1loneci
Alta miner Is bong sought to set a
price on his holdings In that camp
Uroker William H Tlbbnls will heave
for heaver county tonight there lu
will make an Inspection nf the Frisco
Contact and Lulu properties
The ore and bullion settlements rc
ported Into yesterday by McCornlck
Co were as follows Crude ore nno
concentrate HOrOO bavo bullion 36
900 gold bullion ttlOOU
Th Taylor A Bnmtun samplers reported
ported the receipt during the day of one
car or oro from Montana one from
Stockton MX from Nevada 12 from
Tlntlc timid site from Blnghnm
David Cole Buperlntcndent ot tho
Cananeu Cob Copper company con
trading department has arrived In blue
city nnd will remain In tho state for a I
weel or more to study mill mothodn
Tho Jllchlcan Gold Copper lInlllg
I company which la developing prop
erty In Denver county has elected the
following olllctra for time ensuing year
It I Norris president Charles C
I Worth vIce president h C Johnson
secretary ThonmH n Love treasurer 1
The property of this
company 18
ated ndJoll1lng the Newhouse ally
mllel Cactus
A letter from the Wear bears th
the
formation that Frank Enxin 1l
Fnztnsperar
thin has the mining trlliernity
thin city has been aPPointed nag5r
of thin Union mine near mMger
whIch recently passed Into the hands °
of Ban Francisco and Los Angeles
toilets car
O O = = t = = 8
J STRAY DOG MANHATTAN
j MINING COMPANY K K t
fJ ORIGINALLY INCORPORATED AS THE
IfJ MANHATTAN GOLD HILL MINING CO i
Property Situated in Manhattan Nye County Nevada I
M Owns the Great Stray Dog Claim
and Sweet Home Fraction on i
Manhattans Famous Gold Hill
Offering of Part of First Allotment of Treasury Shares of l
The Richest Bold Mine IN ALL Manhattan
AT 55 CENTS PER SHARE
STRAY DOG MANHATTAN MINING CO
INCORPORATED UNDER NEVADA LAWS
Capitalization r r 000000 Shares S 1
Fully Paid PAR VALUE 1 NonAssessable s
Z Treasury Stock Jr r 350000 Shares
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS a
f D CAMPBELL President
JOHN Q Q Q a
l Formerly Chief Engineer and General Manager on Staff of Chas M Schwab and John McKano
A
L M SULLIVAN p o = VicePresident C J
r Capitalist Goldfiold Nevada
JOHN S COOK = = III IS Treasurer
J Head of Banking House of John S Cook 8 Co Goldfield Nevada
p
C C STANLEY
= m q = = IS Secretary H
Y Of Vnrmtlyea Edmonds IV Stanley Lawyers Goldfield Nevada I
1 it
b H A McCOk NICK R = a I a Director
I Banker Salt Lake City Utah
THOMAS S ROBINSON
= = A Director
i I Director of Jumbo MinQg Co Goldfield Nevada
I
THE STRAY DOG IS THE BIGGEST SHIPPER OF HIGH GRADE IN MANHATTAN
3 FIVE LEASES HAVE BEEN LET ON THE PROPERTY AND ALL ARE IN SHIPPING ORE
rJ FOUR LEASERS ARE SHIPPING ORE REGULARLY AVERAGING FROM 250 TO 1000 PER TON
fi UPWARDS OF 15000 HAVE ALREADY BEEN NETTED FROM SHIPMENTS OF HIGH GRADE
li 6 VEIN SIX FEET WIDE HAS BEEN OPENED UP AT DEPTH AVERAGING 150 PER TON J
fl THE STRAY DOG claim is itself the center of a network of great mines
THE STRAY DOG is bounded by the Union No9 claim of the Manhattan Dexter Mining Co and by the Jumping
Jack Crescent and Riley Fraction all of which are shippers of high grade ore t i
THE STRAY DOG is beyond any question the most talked of and most frequently visited property In Manhattan H
uj and from it the richest ore yet taken out of the ground in Manhattan is being lifted to the surface 11
I3 Its production at this time is upwards of 800 per day and development work has only just beenbegun 0
a Specimen rock from the Stray Dogs five shafts give assays as high as thirty thousand dollars per ton and
k I1 no shipment made to the smelters to date has netted less than 250 per ton
STOCK OFF RI GS
I1 A limited number of shares is offered for public subscription at 55 cents per share
J Application for listing on the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board will be made as soon as these are dis
posed of
o Reservation of shares should be made at once Allotments will be made by priority of application
r Notification of acceptance or rejection will be given without delay on receipt of reservation remittance for which
t i must be forwarded promptly after notice of allotment
W
James A Pollock 8 Co r
I Ii WEST SECOND SOUTH STIiEET SALT LAKE CITY
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