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Wb BWBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER, 10, 1905. mining, Stocks and markets LATEST TELEGRAPHIC INFORMATION QUIET TRADING WEEK COMES TO DULL CLOSE PRICES ABOUT SAME AS THIS TIME LAST YEAR. Good Deal cf Junction Picked Up at Prevailing Figures Disappointment Because It Is Not Higher Denn-Ari-zona in Demand at $10.50. (Bv Frank J. Graf.) Bisbee, Sept. 9, 1905. The end of the week finds the stocks in a rather weak condition. All dur ing the week the market for the Bi uanza Circle and the other stocks has been a quiet one. There has been a lack of trading caused by the tellers refusing to sell at the bid prices. While there is little difference be tween the prices of stocks now anO at the corresponding time last year, ev erjcne looked for a higher market at this time owing to the reorganization cf Junction, which should tend to ad vance all the stocks. Little change is to be noled In the prices of the vari ous stocks since the opening of ths first of the week. Junction has but a limited time to advance before the re organization and we look for a higher market this coming week. Calun-.et & Arizona has been selling around $97 and $3S all week, with some de mand at $90, but trading has been rather limited. Calumet & Pittsburg held well at $30, no sales being made under that figure at any time of the week. The demand has been good, with considera ble trading. Lak? Superior & Pitts burg remains about the sane, keep: ing pretty close to $34.50 and $35. Bids of $34 do not bring out any. Pittsburg & Duluth has shown about as much strength as any, sales being made the early part of the week at $23, but towards the close there was stock offered at $22.50, with a strong de mand at $22, with none to be had at that price. Junction has been somewhat of .t disappointment to many, as it was generaily supposed that Junction wouid l.e over the hundred mark by this time, tut it has been pegged around S94 and $93, with bids of $92 and $93. Trading, however, has been good, and considerable has been picked up at these figures", the public not being slow to take the advantage of the privileges which go with the development stock. North Butte has been a lively one, pales being made as high as $41, and then receding back to $3". Since then the stock has again advanced, sales being made today at $39. Denn-Anzona is in demand at $10.50, but people are not falling oer one another to sell at this price. During the week a few sales have been made at $11.50, but the stock is scarce at this price. American does not seem to advance much with its bid price, there being a good demand for it at $13, but none to be had under $14. Warrern shows no change; plentv to be had at $11, with the best bid & $10.50. Chiricahua Development is quiet at $13 asked. Manhattan holds at $7.50, with none coming out under $7.23. Sales in Black Mountain were made at $4.13, with bids of $4.03 failingto bring cut any stock. Bisbee and Miscellaneous. Bid. Asked. C. & A $ 90 001 C. &P L. S. P 29 00j 33 501 P. & D 22 001 Junction 92 00 North Butte 38 37 Denn-Arizona 10 75 Manhattan Blk. Mnt 4 03 American 13 00 Warren 10 50 Chiricahua Shattuck Saginaw ., 39 50 11 00 13 00 21 00 13 00 Greene Con 24 501 Greene Gold 4 371 A perfectly safe and reli able remedy for women and girls is the Bitters. Every bottle is backed by over 50 years of cures of wonranly ills such as Monthly Irregularities, Backache, Cramps, Insomnia, Bloating, Heartburn. Vomitincr. Dizziness or Dyspepsia. Try it today. All Druggists A REMEDY WITHOUT A PEER. "I find Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than any other remedy I ever used for stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote, of Edlna, Mo. For any disorder of the stomach, biliousness or constipation, these Tablets are without a peer. For talc ty all dealers, in patent medicines flRl 1G. SHATTUCK RETURNS FROM EASTERN TRIP SAYS HE WAS NOT THERE ON MINING BUSINESS. Trip Was Made for Pleasure Ordered No Machinery for Cochise Left in Evening for Douglas, Presumably to Confer With B. F. Graham. L. C. Shattuck returned home yes terday morning from his couple of months' visit at Erie, Pa. Mrs. Shat tuck and children accompanied him back. Yesterday Mr. Shattuck was closely applied to business afralrs in the city and in conference regarding mining af fairs until evening, when he left for Douglas. At the train he said that he did not know of anything particularly new. "I was not in the east on mining bus iness," he continued, "but for the pur nose of enioylug a visit with old friends and having a rest. It was a pleasant trip and did me good. I look ed at some mining machinery while away, but not particularly with view of purcnas'mg for the Cochise, as has been reported here. Befoie machin ery is purchased for that property a good deal of preliminary work will have to be done. There will be meas urements to be taken and other de tails to be worked out befcre we will know what we want." Mr. Shattuck said hewas going to Douglas last night, and that he might go further. This is taken to mean that he may go into Sonora to look Into matters in connection with El Tigre mine, in the affairs of which he is associated with B. F. Graham, and also to look after interests he has in other properties in the state. It Is known that Mr. Graham has for some days been awaiting the return of Mr. Shattuck from the east In order to have consultation wiih him. o REGARDING C. & A. We have several letters asking why Calumet & Arizona does not move up ward faster. It is probably because there are newer things that seem to offer greater inducements. Men who think they see an opportunity of dou bling their money in newer things take that chance. To double the pres ent price of Calumet Arizona would be more than could be expected for tome time to come. Those who went into North Butte at $15 were justified in selling anything they owned to se cure It. They already have a gain of over 125 per cent with excellent chances for doing much better. It was too great a temptation to resist, and those who made the trade eld well. There are those who think they see in Junction an opportunity for a nice investment In that line. They hear cf things that are doing and believe it is wise to Invest. The Fame can be said of American devel opment stock and of Warren develop ment. These things possess chances for big gains and we know of many who are going into them. Wc-.- it not for these things Calumet c Arizo na would be selling i-igher. The Like speculators are putting their money into local properties that seem to them to give opportunity for substan tial winnings, and the steady, dividend payers aie being neglected for the time. Calumet & Arizona is selling low considering its earning powers. Its dividends do not warrant any high er prices, probably, but the fact that it is earning much more than it is paying out is reason for higher quota tions. It has a big surplus. There are those who are wondering if there is something the matter with the mine because it does not pay more In divi dends. Being out of debt they argue that there is no need for the surplus that is being accumulated. The com pany's policy has been a very con servative one. They are putting in new smelters, have been financially assisting some of the neighbors, and doing much to assist the entire group. So far as we can learn there is noth ing physically the matter with Calu met & Arizona. The buying public thinks it can make more money taking ether things. In time those who are satisfied with a sure thing will turn their attention to this property. Iron Ore. LAKE COPPER COUNTRY. Great things are doing in the copper country these days. Very few people, locally, have as yet awakened to a complete realization of what the new policy of the Calumet & Hecla means for the copper country. You have to get one of the new maps of the dis trict and see just how much of Kewee naw county this corporation has tak en over to understand thoroughly just what possibilities there are in the thorough exploration of that gifeat tract of land. Strike paying copper' It is almost a certainty. And all this Keweenaw acUvIty means a great deal for the future success of the district. Look at the business that assures Cal umet particularly. The policy recent ly iterated by President Agassiz means that his company Is convinced that this great copper mining district cf ours Is really in Its Infancy and that there are mines still unheard of await ing development. And Sunday came tho news of the excellent stamp rock showing at the new Chaillange on the south range. While the work has not yet reached a stage which would warrant the assertion that there is a mine on the property, it is pleas ing and very gratifying to note that the chances are more favorable than ever. The great south range, scoff ed at and laughed to scorn five or lis years ago, is now provicg Itself SUBSCRIPTION FLOW IN FOR LOST MINE PROPERTY GOODLY PORTION OF AMOUNT NEEDED IS IN HAND. Entire Sum Wl'l Be Speedily Raised. Remarkable Figures From Shipment and Assays Indicate "Poor Man's Bonanza." A feature of the week among those who take Interest in mining proposi tions has been the avidity with which the chance to subscribe to the pur chase price of the lost mine property in lower Arizpe. now organized under the name of the San Franc. eco Mining Co., has been availed of. Since opening the list the first of the week Pritchard & Hagcn have re ceived above $12,"000 in stock sub scriptions from Bisbee people alone, a fact demonstrating that there is no lack of money around the town for investment In propositions that have a good look. The amount of money now subscrib ed practically assures that the $30, 000 which is needed will be in hand within the short time that is left open In the subscription call. Those whe come in on this subscription call un der the plan made get their money back from the first shipments from the mice, thus practically getting their stock for the small Interest that their money might earn if it were otherwise engaced. That the mine will earn the price of purchase within exceed ingly short time '.a confidently assert ed. Smelter returns made from ship ments and assays as below given furn ish pretty conclusive substantiation of claims of the kind put fcrth. Ore buyer's returns on the last ship ments of ore from the San Francisco mine: Lot No. 1 Silver 195. ounces per Ion; gold, 7 ounces per ton. Total val ue. $127.C0. Lot No. 2 Silver, 2S10.; gold, U.5. Total, tl.S03.S9. Lot No. 3 Silver, 1742.; gold, 9.1. Total $1,104.50. Lot No. 4 Silver, 14CC.; gold, 19. Total, $1,257.50. Assay samples: No. 1 gold, 14.S9 ($305.91): silver, 15S.40 ($91.S7); lead, 10.50 per cent; copper, 3.23 per cent. Total. $421.0S. No. 2 gold, 10.4; silver, 7S0.S. To tal. $S17.24. No. 3 Gold, .13; silver, CS.50; lead, 0.35 per cert; copper, 7.19 per cent. Total, $100.15. Thp ore buyers' returns are addition al to deducting for freight. $20 per ton; $10 for treatment; 3 per cent duty, and his own commission charges. The records at Hermosillo show that from seven tons of ore shipped from the property by the Mexican operator this year he received $7,CC4.80. The assays as given above are from general run of the veins on the ground and tell a convincing story of a rich property developed to the stage of a shipper, and therefore making what may be termed with propriety in min ing parlance, "a poor man's bonanza." one of the great copper mineral pro ducers in the world and the extensive exploration work which Is being con ducted there assures future activity m districts still unopened. The pres ent prospertiy in the country as a whole is feit nowhere more appre ciably than, right here in the copper country. And presents conditions are not less roseate than the outlook for rejoicing among copper country peo ple. Houghton Gazette. CADENA DE COBRE. John Fitzgerald, of the Cadena de Cobre mine in Sonora, Mexico. Is mak ing preparations to leave for the miny iho latter part of next week. Mr. Fitygerald was asked yesterday if there was any truth in the report, lately published In a Chihuahua pa per, that the mine had been sold. He said It had not, but intimated that sev eral parties wished to get hold of It. All treasury stock has been with drawn from the market in the mean time, so It is probable some kind of a deal is on hand. Gasoline Lamps' Tanks Pumps Cement Phone 8 MINERAL APPLICATION NO. 1006 Mineral Survey No. 2C8S. TJ. S. Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, July 25 1905. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Kcval A. Smith, cf. Bisbee, Arizona, rai MINERS AND MERCHANTS BUNK BISBEE, ARIZONA CAPITAL - - $5Q,000 SURPLUS - - 850,000 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSITED L. C. SHATTUCK', Prcs. DIRECTORS: U. C. Shattuck, J. A1. Aluhelm, L. J. OverlocJc Jakob Schmld, J. T. Hood. ft i OUR BRANCH AT LOWELL, has made application for patent to the Link and Gap Extention lodes. Survey No. 208C, in township 23 south, range 24-east, unsurveyed, War ren district, Cochise county, describ ed as follows: Link Beginning at cor. No. 1, whence N. W. cor. 3ec. 30, Tp. 23, S. R. 25, E. G. & S. R. B. & M.brs. S. S5 deg. 5 mins. 30 sees. E. 8214.0 ft.; thence S. 44 degs. 10 mins. W. 1200 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence N. 41 degs. 15 mins. W. 300.4 ft, to cor. No. 3; tience N. 44 degs. 10 mins. E. 1200 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence S. 41 degs. 13 mins. E. 300.4 ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Gap Extention Beginning at cor. No. 1 i.-hence N. "W. cor. Sec. 30 Td 23, S. R. 25 E. G. & S. R. B. & M. brs. N. 85 degs. 59 mins. 30 sees. E. SC23.S4 ft.; thence S. 44 degp. 16 mins. W. 23.9 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence N. 41 degs. 40 mins. W. 90G.S ft. to cor. No. 3; thence N. 44 degs. 10 mins. E. 15 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence S. 41 degs. 15 mins. E. 300.4 ft. to cor. No. 5; thence S. 42 degs. 4C mins. E. C05.C ft. to cor. No. 1 the place of beginning. The locations are recorded in the Records of Mines, Cochise County, as follows: Link B. 32 P. 88; Gap Ex tention B. 30 P. 13. The adjoining claimants are: Northeast: May lode. No. 20SS, Jacob Pirrung, owner; Mc Kinley, No. 2042, B. F. Graham, own er; Southeast McKiiley, No. 2042, same owner, Parker lode, H. A. Smith, owner; Southwest, Rhine, Mc Kinley and Dubuque lodes. No. 1872 Northwest, Keno lode, No. 1872, same owners. MILTON R. MOORE, . Register. First publication July 27, 1905. MINING APPLICATION No. 1011, United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, August 4., 1905. Notice is hereby given that Hoval A. Smith, et al., of Bisbee, Arizona, have made application for patent to the Joseph lode Survey 2076, In approximately Tp. 23 S. R, 24 E. G. & S. R. B. & M. Warren Mining District, Cochise Coun ty, described as follows: Beginning at cor. No. 1 whence N. W. cor. Sec. 30 Tp. 23 S. R. 25 E. brs. N. 79 degs. 4 mins. 30 sees. E. 6571.1 ft., thence S. 11 degs. 30 mins. E. 230.2 ft. to cor. No. 2; thence S. 60 degs. 4 mins. W. C01.4 ft. to cor. No. 3; thence N. 11 degs. 30 mins. W. 1279.2 f.t to cor. No. 4; thence N. 60 degs. -4 mins. E.60.3 ft. to cor. No. 5; thenci S. 35 degs. 51 mins. E. 74.9 ft to cor. No. 6; thence S. 18 degs. 51 mins. E. 205.1 ft. to cor. No. 7; thence S. 33 degs. 51 mins. E. 4S4.S ft. to ccr. No. S; thence S. OS degs. 40 mins. E. 304.7 ft to cor. No. 1 the place of beginning. The location is recorded in Book 20, Page 9, Mining Records of Cochise County. Adjoining claims are Cave and Cave Extention on the east, Last Chance on t'je south, and John on the west. MILTON R. MOORE, Register. First publicaton August 9, 1905. g ii ; ; tt f m tv gi t ti ; jjf $ Vi Jr. S nnwAs i l l CLARK I S ENGINEERING 5 S COMPANY 5 a NOW S Franklin W. Smith k Co. Mining Engineers Assayers and Chemists SHATTUCK-SCHMiDT BUIL0IHC BISBEE, ARIZ. K X3 May 15, 1005 St 55y5iJS!SSi352iS"JSSSiSt Velvet Ice Cream at the Alhambra; O FTIGERS J. M. MUHEIM, V.Prea. ARIZONA, Is Fully Equipped Banking Line. 1 Frank J. Graft Broker ife 5 Copper Queen Hotel Bldg., Bisbee $k S 'PHONE 111 S Branch Office, El Paso Texas iSi Home onanza a New York and Boston stocks handled on margins. 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