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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, May 09, 1905, Last Edition, Image 6

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Salt Lake Operators Are Acquiring AcquiringGood AcquiringGood ng ngGood
Good Things There TherePOTOSI TherePOTOSI TherePOTOSI
The Th Irish mountain JItOtHI tin dtelrtet d lrlet about aboutten aboutten aboutten
ten miles out of Hike and ftfty mites mitesfrom milesfrom iiilesL
L from rrnit Caltente in Lincoln county Ne Nevada Neada ¬
1 vada ada i is jumping jumpt right r ht to the front frontand frontRnd frontand
and Salt t Lake operators are there and andlocated andlocated andlocated
located on the ground roulltl floor in hiof som somof some someor
of the beat things tbln going goingWe xoinguVe goingVe
uVe We have got one of the best camps campsin
in the southern country couetr said L F FPeer FPeer FPeer
Peer manager JlNlna er of the Illinois proper property property roprty ¬
ty upon his arrival yesterday morn morning morning mornIng ¬
ing and there is no noquestion question but butivhat bu bUtwiat t twhat
what it hi going gO tlg to grow and grow growrapidly growrapidly growrapidly
rapidly The county commissioners commissionersliave commis comznbUioieriiave n rs rshave
have just given v us an appropriation appropriationfor
for putting the road between camp and andHiko andHlko andBiko
Hiko in good condition and with that thatwork thatwork thatwork
work done we shall have a fine road roadall roadaU roadall
all the way to Caliente the San Pedro Pedroloading Pedroloading Pedroloading
loading station for ores from Irish Irishmountain Irishnlountain Irishmountain
mountain At our property we e are arenow are10W arehOW
now sorting rting for a shipment to this thismarket tbis1narket thismarket
market and we expect to continue at atregular atregular atregular
regular intervals from now on The Theore Theore Theore
ore carries from 94 t to 296 ounces sil silver silVcr siter ¬
Vcr er 12 I per cent copper and from fromli 17 1 to
25 2 5 net r cent lead leadTheodore leadThe leadTheodore
Theodore The dore < Hatfield and his associ associates associates assocIates ¬
ates have a fine property down there thereand thereand I Iand
and they are now opening it up and andconverting andconverting andconverting
converting it into a producer that is iseure issure issure
sure to be heard from fromM fromM
M M Johnson of the Newhous Newhousstaff NewhousFtaff NewhousFtaff < >
Ftaff accompanied by F A Hoock of ofCallaway ofCaJJ8 OfCallaway
Callaway CaJJ8 Hoock Francis have gone goneIn goneIn gonein
In there to make an inspection in tion of the theold theold theold
old Southeastern companys < property propertywhile propertywhile
while hne E A A Vail is there making pat patent patnt patcut ¬
cut nt surveys for another crowd the Iden Identity Identity IdeaI ¬
tity of which hich I did not learn learnVickery learnVickery learnViekery
I Vickery Pike Smith a combi combination combInation combination ¬
nation backed by Aspen banking in interests inttrests interests ¬
terests are opening up a fine property
j djoining and west of the Illinois Illinoiswhile Illinoisy
y while Will J Lawrence and George GeorgeAYilson G GeorgeVjIjn orge orgeson I
AYilson son are taking six claims under an anoption anCJption
i option which are chock < k full fullef of merit meritnnd meritnd
nnd 11 owned by ty Richard Maxfteid the thedwcpverer thec thedsepverer
dwcpverer c ytrer of the Maxfieid companys companysIig companyaBig companysFig
Big CottonwOOd Cot Ion wood bonanza bonanzaMr bonaJ bonaJIr
Mr Peer says ys that the country is isnow is11W
i now attracting attractin a great deal of atten attention attentiftn attena ¬
a tion in th the ranks of heavy operators operatorsand operatorsaud
r and he has no fear but that it it will m be beH
H big producing district within lthin a short shorttime shorttIme
r time
PotosI of Good Springs Signs Up UpWith UpWith UpI
I With American Smelting Co CoPreceded Cop CoPreceded
Preceded p a day by Manager P H IIMahoney Hlab6ftey HMahoney
Mahoney Superintendent Mark Hop ¬
kins of the Potosi mines at Good GoodSprings GoodSprings GoodSprings
Springs Nev left for camp via Las LasPintS
Vegas PintS last night nightBefore nlahtRefore niahtBefore
Before leaving Jeavjn Mr r Hopkins stated statedthat Matplthat Matedihat
that vecy reasonable terms had been beensecured Moenured beensecured
secured ured front the American Ameti < an Smelting
8 Relining company for the handling handlingof
of PotosI l ore > and he expected to be besin hegin t
sin in the shipment or about twentyfive twentyfivetons
tons per r day immediately jnn iatel after his re return i iturn ¬
turn to camp That he said was wasabout wa wat wasbout
bout t all that omild be handled with
the t lip team and nd
equipment at his com command command corniiiand ¬ I
mand at the present lime but it wou wounot wouhot Wotnot
not It hP long he said everything shaping hapin
up 11 right ri ht till double that tonnage would would1Jf
be > handled handledFreight handledFreight handledFreight
Freight rates are re something which hic1
is beginning to absorb attention on
the t he part of the producers down in
ihe 1h I he southern uthern portion of Nevada and
Mr Ir Hopkme stated that while the thematter thematler thematter
matter had been broached by differ different differnt differcut ¬
cut nt parties in
an individual
way no nogeneral noPneraJ nogejpj
general schedule had either been sub submitted submitted subinitted ¬
mitted or discussed with the San Pe ¬
ItO company Within a short time timeit
it is expected that the he requirements requirementsr
r f th tM producer Jrod r will be placed before I
t th iH ue company in a way that will insure
t Mefr receiving elvlng proper attention and the
expectation is that the railroad corn I
j Jany any will iII do its full share in helping
to t build up t the districts and make it
vossibte i ° ssibie for the mines mi to reach rt ach thfe thieaIley
valley with their ores those t of modest
grade a as well tII as the rich rock rockDEATH rockDEATH rockDEATH
Supreme Court Decision May Prevent PreventTheir PreventTheir PreventTheir
Their Getting Stock Quotations QuotationsSpecials QuotationsItecla QuotationsiciaIs
Specials Itecla over the private wires wir of
James J t1ne8 < A Pollock Co 0 yesterday yt >
brought hrnb the followlipr information that
v ill be of interest t tll all patrons of ofastern offit
fit astern tern exchange exeh and the bucket shop
tr tJadeni t < d ra MS well weUWashington wellWashington eII eIIWin
Washington Win ton D I C May SiThe
T nited n ited States tatt8 Mipreim court has ha de
ilxl In favor of the Chicago 1JhK O board of oC11ade
trade I In the Christie
Commission ommi4 4bmmissioniany on rom romliny OInJany
liny canes An 11 injunction was wa issued issuedTestrainin L issujI tM dT
Testrainin T pstrailJlnp the Christie > CotmnissUii CotmnissUiitomimny COfntni8S COfntni8SmINtny CmnmissLimpnay
tomimny from using the quotations quotationsestablished quotatJonstaWl quotationsesta4d
established staWl lted on au the Chicago board of
trade tradeChicago t Iadehica50
Chicago 4 May AThis This board of trade tradevhtory
vhtory before the supreme court in
Washington means great nat things ta s for all allexchanges allxrhanges altxehaiiges I
exchanges It gives giv the board of trade tradem tradeand tradeand
m and d ail aI
exchanges property rights on onquotations onfl1Wtatlonli onquotations
quotations wherein they the can say to totelegraph tott totelegraph
telegraph tt > l pIt companies You must not notgive notgive notgive
give quotations to bucket shops It Itmeans ItJnfLftS itfleaas
means in a short time timeprobabl probably the
death of bucket shops shopsAFTER MIoJ8AFTER shopsAFTER
Shipment From Eureka County Mine MineGoing MineGoing MineGoing
Going to Denver Vorks VorksJranville VorksGntDlIle VlorksGranvilie
Jranville Fletcher left Monday for forthe fortm forthe
the Snowbound mine to make a ship shipment shIpiient ¬
ment of ore to the Zinc Reduction Reductionworks Rduetionworks Reductionworks
works at Denver Cok 010 > says the theEureka theEureka theEureka
Eureka Xev Sentinel SentinelThe SentinelThe nlinel nlinelThe
The demand for xm zinc in < is constantly co tantly In Increasing Inaea8lng increasing ¬
creasing and the market for this metal metalhas metallaK metalhas
has laK led to new processes to separate separateand separatend separateand
and nd save it from the other metals metalsThere metalsThere metalsThere
There are several SfOvera fe dxtncsilver IeadtncfiilverItropertles leodzincsilverproperties dxtncsilverproperties
properties in Eureka county which whichhave whjchhave hieh hiehhave
have lain Idle for years because hecaj the thesmelters themJelters thesmelters
smelters would not handle the ore or ordid ordid ordid
did so at a lose loseThe s sThe o oThe
The Snowbound is a more recent r nt dis discovery disovery dinovery ¬
overy and the development work ork so sofar 80far sofar
far done has opened up a large deposit depositof
of high class ore The property ia iaowned Ieowned isnwiied
owned by the Fletcher Brothers of B Breka EtI EtIj Eurek
j reka rek Pete Carletti of Willow Creek and andtMrott aDdott andiSeott
tMrott ott Jameson of Goldfield it Is lo located Joated inatOd ¬
cated twelve miles west we t of Alpha and andnear IlDdJlear sndussr
near Pete Cariettis rleUrs ranch at Willow WillowCreek Willowreek Viltowrtek
Creek reek During Durtn the past year several severallarge terallar severallarge
large lar e zinc inr operator have been investi investigating inveUI ilivestigatiug ¬
I gating hati the Snowbound and the Lanyon LanyonZinc
I 1 Zinc < company Y of lola Kan wants ants the theore t tore theore
ore tested At its it solicitation the pres present presnt prosmit ¬
ent > nt shipment is to be made madeThis madeThis madeThis
This trial shipment will consist of offifteen offifteen offifteen
fifteen Urns and if the returns from fromDenver fromDenver fromDenver
Denver ar are satisfactory a sale le of the theyroparty thefrQJf theMropt7
yroparty frQJf rt7 triM IH ftKeiy follow or arrange arrangertfehts a arrangeeha1SNiedet e eI
I rtfehts ela eha1SNiedet W ij mtodeto to work the mfc m mlue and andnwrkat aJMlI
ti nwrkat I the uiput uiputAn uputAIiartrele JIUt JIUtAII8rt1C1e
An AII8rt1C1e article printed 011 on UJe Ut the first page of II
the th Sentinel ntinel shows the demand for forzinv forzitI forzhw
zitI at the t he present pre ent time and that the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah mines carrying that class of ore orehAve orehAve orehve
hAve engagea engagro capital pital to the extent that thata
a five t acre tract has been purchased purchasedat
at SMt S Lake for reduction works The Theprocess Th ThpJ0 Theprocess
process e8S will be the same me as that used usedat usedat usedat
at Denver and when the new ne plant is isbuilt isbuilt isbuilt
built it will afford a nearer shipping shippingpoint shippingpoint shippingpoint
point for the Eureka county zinc ores oresWilliam oresWilliam oresWilliam
William Laird and Will Swick accom accompanied Qccomp aecoinpaitled ¬
panied p nifd air I r Fletcher and they expect to toget toget toget
get the shipment off iu about two twoI twoweeJS twoweek
I weeks
Week Opens With the Market on onthe onthe onthe
the Whole Behaving Well WellWith WelliU WellWith
With iU the exceptions of Car Caries ma May MayDay layDay MayDay
Day and Tetru the stocks dealt in on onchange oncha oflchage
change cha e yesterday y terda behaved bt > hayed well and andnUm a anumber anumber
number nUm or them made substantial gains gainsa
a as a compared with the tbeelo dotting prices of if
J last t week Trading was also a quite Hite lively livelyand Iheband livelyand
and api apjltllrdneS > earanccs were Er that if given a achance acballce aChatico
chance for its It white alley th the public publicwould JlUblicwoul 1111kwoulil
would tackle the t game again ih
Boston Consolidated was again a in in de demand dtmand doimind ¬
mand and nd W shares were shaken wit t at atWabash atVabssh
815 Wabash sold Id at 171 I7 171 and Iam Mammoth Iammoth Iammoth ¬
moth commanded commandedNew il1O il1ONew IM IMNew
New York sold HI to The from TOe and andclosed andc atidclosed
closed c at 72e c Silver Shield with its Hsmanager itsJDaRafer itsmanager
manager behind it was advanced from frumto fromto
2 c to 37c 3f and Uncle S s m ws AS lively Itel at atWe atfOe at4Cc
We to 42 Ico c the former being the final finalsale finalsale filialaIe
sale aIe price priceCaruw prletCat priceCarisa
Cat Rl fell to newly nearl 14c May Day Da was wasreleased wasrelea wasreleased
released ed down from 22fce to fcc and andthose andth andthose
those th who bo are now in the market for the thestock tlwstock thestock
stock hone it will be crowded down to tozero tuzero tOZero
zero Consolidated Mercur shot up to 5c 5cand Oc Ocand
and closed at t 49c and am Tetro dropped droppedfrom droPltellfrom droppedfrom
I from 2114c l c to toDuring ic icDuring c cDuring
During th the day da a total of 40365 4O3 share shareof sharesof hareof
of stock with a selling sellin value of SHooS S14io4 S14io4changed 1490425changed
changed hands the list of final quota quotations quotations quotatlons ¬
tions and record of sates Ies made being as asfollows asfollows asfollows
Forenoon jj Afternoon AfternoonI n nI
I Bid I Asked Bid 1 Asked lAskedAlice AskedBB AskedAJiee
Alice is 36 1 71 71is
Ajax Ajx 1 1u fIJf is i r I i iIS iBBeek
BB BBk BBeek ck l lltO fct fctCreole t IM ii 111 i 1I41 15 ile ileari
Cari ari l3 l4fl I4 H HCre i4Creole
11 1
Creole Cre 1 31 31Con i I i
Con C Daly Mereur MereurDaly Merer ISJ i 15 I i 1 t I A 4l f
Dly Daly Judge i 111J i iDly
Dly Daly Wet West 1N i2A 14 140 fl II 1 1 l4lU l4lUE
IS B B BG M iit4i iit4iG
G l t Central CentralGalena t 3 3ti ij f 3 L i
Galena Gal 1 1Horn 1 ZI ZIHor ZIHorn
Horn Hor Silver Siver Silverj lJ 1J im 2W 2WLittle 1 ae 1 lEO 1J 1JLittle
Little U tte Belll BII1 35 35L 3 I Ii I
L I Mammothj Mammoth ammthrl 38 38Mammoth 5 > Ii 27 J O OMammoth
Mammoth Mammh 4 l 1t 13 13May 1 > i I I i iMay
May ay Day hi hiOntr i 22 25 25Ontario 31 s 21 stOntario
Ontario Ontr J J JPetro Je I 125 I IPetro 275 27
Petro PetroRoccoIL f fRoccoH t 0 0eiW
RoccoH RoccoILSilver J 3ft 3ftSilver
Silver King i ii 53M iL f 60 60Sacramento O OSacramento riir eiW 0100 iO
Sacramento SacramentoSilver Sarmnto tt S i 4 I ISlver 60
Silver Slver Shield ShieldStar Shi I 3f S 2 t 94 J i X Xi 30 30Star
Star Con ConSwansea n 11 i W WM l lSwanea
Swansea SwanseaS n I
S Swansea SwanseaSunshine San M I ISunshine W WSnbine
Sunshine Snbine SunshineIT I I IV Q C CF
V F S Mining inl 3f25 3 j 3LJS 3LJSITtah I5 I 3i 313 313TTtah
ITtah I7ah i 3 3M I 42 42Uncle 424 3 3i f frnce IUncle
Uncle rnce Sam Sm 4 j 41 41Victoria 4 3 41 41Victoria 1 1Vito
Victoria Vito l 1M 13 I l lBoston 15 19 I 1 1Bso
Boston Bso Con CO S Si Sb5 I 11 2 2ButlerU t 8 8BuUerI 525 525ButlerL
ButlerU I IBeck i i u uBeck
Beck k Tunnel TunnelCenturv Tnn TunnelCentury < L LCentury 1
Century Centurvl l I 5 5Ingot
l Inot Ingot BOt BOtJoe MI tl II M 4 t tJoe A I
Joe J Bowers er M MIJttte 8 2J M t tLittle 1 1sMftZ I
IJttte U Ut t Chief tr t K Klar q I tM tMMar I a aar
Mar > lar ar Wash ah W 9 lPNew 4 i sMftZ t t irry irry7ifc SVftt
New NeW York Yo 71 l4 72 72Victor l I 7ifc 71 72 72n 72Tiire
Ttr Tiire TiireVictor n 3 3W
Victor Yieo CMI CMIWaba Co < I IWabash W OS OSI
Waba Wabh Wabash h l jWi 0 0Yankee 1 171 171 I I it1 i I 173 173JM 1 1Yank4 173Yankee
Yankee Yank4 Con Cf on 3S 3SR I 3 I JM 1 I INevada tNevada
R Ana
RA A t f fNevada
Nevada Stocks StocksGoMfiefal StocksGotl StocksGoktfleki
GoMfiefal Gotl Bo BoJim B
Jim i Butler ButlerMTono Bttr 5 l 1 131Tone i
MTono xTon 0 3171 3171Macnamnra l 1lt 3H 3 327 327X Jr 34
Macnamnra aCRfu 35 35Tonopah 4h X 3 45 451J2S 4t 4tTonopak
3 11 4 AI
Tonopah TonopahTonoBel TCh 1J2S 115 1450 IJwToB 1150ronoxx
TonoBel TonoBelTonoKx ToB 126 1265R 15TEx
TonoKx TonoKxTonoMW TEx I 5R f I III I ii 53 53Tonoid
TonoMW TuIUd 1W IP II 147 1m 162 162Forenoon 1614 1614Forenoon
Forenoon Sales SalesMay SalesAjax
Ajx Ajxar Ajax l44e l44eariaa
ar ariaa H 5eO42c 5eO42cMay
May ay Day Dy H0eS2 c selktr IJr 3 days daysUncle
tnde Uncle Slim i ill MOfi4lc iic ty wI W4Sc W4Sc000i41c c cJlc
3 Jlc 000i41c rtlc seller ikr lit days SWftMJe SWftMJeNew 3RlleNew 1e
New NfW York Yok or l l4P7c fW c atdftlc Ic 473e 473e23H72e fi Bi73c Bi73cSJMirTrc i
SJMirTrc Tc 500972ic 52 c I J g73c setter fer a days daysINc2c ys ys7Ic
7 INc2c ee72c leetTlc lo8 7Ic Ic seller I 30 3 3 days daysOpen c daysOpen
Open Board BoardCentury BoardCHluo BoardCentury
Century CHluo KttISc KttIScMay 18 Xl4ictay
May Iay Day y 500e22c i0o fiOiMjesc fiOiMjescNew
New Ne York Y ok 1W4C e74c 7 buyer byer days dys dystlc 300 30071c i ilc
71c 71cSilver lc i iSilver
tlc tlcSle Silver Sle Shield Sield SieldTet 509 aRe aReTetro
Tetro Tet l Ol4c 21 4c c isic 3ie aOOgeie c 9 f11fi3i7 j
ip2c ip2cWabtt f
Wabtt Wahs i IW 1fi3i7 1fi3i7Shares WlT WlTShares
117 117Sre
Shares Sre sold sl J570 J570SelKiig J7PSelling < >
Selling S value e S77R63 S77R63Afternoon iT653Afternoon f6i f6iAfternoon
Afternoon Sales Saleson SalesCam Salesarias
1t 1O5jfI1e 1O5jfI1ein Cam arias 1 1O14c 1lc 1SJ1c 131143c 2itl5e 2itl5e1O5jfI1e I
< on in Merowr crr Mt > tc e 43Mi 4 J c KO KOS 1004e i
4e S c 3W z45ac O c 3W 45e e seller llr M 1 days daysLowcr s
lxw Lowcr > r Mammoth > amHth MiC 12c 12cMammth C9c C9cMammMh
MammMh Mamm th Mi i Im ImMay II l1dMay 1
May Day D K 1fllc 1fllcSilver lc lcSilver 1
Silver 5ihfr Shield SbMid M 1if 4Us6c M 6c Wf M OIt5c c 5 WOSjl WOSjl3jc 0 0IHc
IHc 13ftt35r I fiOjfte setter ar e14er I days daysBoston daysBoston 5
Boston l ton Con iiuis iiuisNew 1 X15 X15New li
New York Yok 3fiW2c c K > TKlic c mQtlXe mQtlXeTetro 3tfteTetro I
Tetro T r 2WOr2V 2WOr2VWabash M2 15Oy2DrWabash
Wabash W abs 1 17A 17AOpen I 7
Open Board BoardAjax Boardjx BoarIAjax
Ajax jx aWKirC aWKirCMay 1k
May y Day Dy DyNtw 368 ae2Oc ae2OcNew ra6c ra6cNew
New Ntw York Yok l 2P72C 2P72CSilver r72e gf gfSilver
Silver Siver Shield Shi 14i40S7c 14i40S7cStar U l4l7cStar c <
Star Sr Con CO 2 2O1rie 2O1rieUncle 09irWc 09irWcITnete M
Uncle 1 Jk Sam SR SWfcHV SWfcHVYankee i 30sicYankee
Yankee Yan Con Co 2 535c 1M69S 1M69S5haros 3McSbarea I
5haros Srf jw sold ld I 24 2lSelling W6 W6Selling
Selling Snt value valu f81 f81TonopahGoldfield 7SS7 7s 7sTonopahGoldfield 8 8TonopahGoldfield
TonopahGoldfield Stocks StocksJames Stocksamf StocksJames
James amf A Pollock Polk k Co furnish the fad followinr fadlowing
lowing Jwi as 15 the th doarog c quotations qutin on o the theSan theSan
San Sn Franrtwco Fran exchange exeh yesterrfay eterd over overtheir oerthir overtheir
their thir private prvate wire re
I BW B lAsked lAskedMontanaTonoimh lA 1Asi 1AsiiontanaTonoistli kf
MontanaTonoimh JotanaTonJ 3 3TontbMiwAT 324 3 3 3u5 3u5TonoiahMidway i5 i5TonottahMidway
TonottahMidway TontbMiwAT 1JK 1 L LMacamara I l Ji7 Ji7Xl 7 7Mar
Mar Xl Macamara amam mr 89 3 41 41Tonc 11TODOpb 41TonopahBehsost
Tonc TODOpb TonopahBehsost pahB imont llt 138 1 1J 127 127North I INorth i7North
North Star St r 61 61Rescue 61RfU 1 1Rescue
Rescue RfU RescueGold S t tGoM f
Gold J Mountain ounlin v K 17 17Jim 17Jb 17Jim
Jim Jb Butler Buler M 86 86Tonopah 5Toph 15Tonopah
Tonopah Toph Com C01 186 186Tonopah 135Tonopah 16
Toh Tonopah Extension Extee 525 525Redtop i5Rftop 525Redtop
Redtop V5 V5OoldflHd 3 3Goidfield
Rftop Rftopld
OoldflHd ld SI 51 51Sandstorm 51 51Snd 54Sandstorm
Sandstorm Snd 46 isSandstorm 4 4Sandstorm
Sandstorm SndoM Bbc4ene4oa Btei 13 1 14 14Adams HAdams 11Adams
Adams M 11 11Mohawk 11i 11Mohawk
Mohawk 24 24Dixie 31Dtxie
Dixie DixieKendall i l i 21 21Xendal
Kendall Kendl 3K 38 38Columbia SCouMb 25Columbia
Columbia CouMb MotmtKin MewiR 41 AS ASumb IS ISJumbo 15Jumbo
Jumbo JumboJumbo umb 77 S SJumb S
Jumbo < Extension Jten IS 1 17 17Black 17BICk 17Black
Black BICk Butte Bte J 50 31 31Silver 31Silver nSlver
Silver Slver Pick k M5 1 17 17Golden 17C 17Golden
Golden C n Anchor Aah W 1 1 1 75 75Ray j 76Ray
Ray Rv Ray OBrien OBn OBrienOhioTonopah M MOhfoTonopMh MOb
OhfoTonopMh Ob TOPI 3K JIOriginal 35 35OriKinal J
Original Ognl Bullfrog BunfrO M t 31 31Diamond 3 31Diamnisifleld
Diamond Danf Diamnisifleld fieM ii 1 M MCash MCsh 3Cash
Cash Csh Boy By Bo J 1 tfi tfiHomeTonopah 1
HomeTonopah JIOToh JIOTohCOMSCK W 1 I IBullion 95 95COMSTOCK
Bullion BullionBelcher IUk 32 a aBeleher
32W J 3
Belcher BelcherCon Ithr W J SO SOl8 9 9Con
Con Co Virginia VJrglntaOphir VJrgb l8 18 1 1Ophir I l 1Opht 5 5fCO
Ophir OphirCaledonia Opht fCO seocaledonia 0 925 I ICtni 1
Caledonia CaledoniaMexican Ctni 3 54 56 56Utah i ssMexican
Mexican en 190 190S 1 IDi jj jjSavage
S s Savage v g gPotom j 1 1Potosi I
Potosi PotomUnion Poo i 12 12tiniosi 2 2a i
Union UnionJacket 3 6 6Jacket
Jacket a tt i 21 21Exchequer 2 t 23 23Exchequer
Exchequer Ec ur K KNorcroes 5 S s sNOrcr4
Norcroes NO NOrcr4 IIO IIOContwlfdiited 1 1 1Cotte 1Cooidated
Contwlfdiited Cotte M Mereur Ierr rc r 1 38 38Andes J 53udes
Andes J udes I 22 221 m
Scesplosi J j 16 1 11 11Utah 11Utah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonJames BostonJa BostonJames
James Ja A 0 Pollock lolk c Cf Cs bankers b1ken a ansi
bookers bf yasterdMy yeerdlY reortveil rtvd over Utcr Utcrprivate thi4r thi4riirlvatp an
private pvat wire wn from PaiM Pahtf > Weiibw Webe tor torpvat Col ColHM co coOO C0one
OO one HM > of their tbtr Boston ftOt cnrreszoadenls corr o dent s the thefoHowlaK thefollowing
following foWnl conner DDr m marke market CedenU rk t oomrment e6nlmmt an anrecord an and andrvnrd
record nd of 0 i Kale 1 of Utah Pth ft stocks kB on o the thoBoston thaBto theBeaten
Boston Bto totat1una3lostoi Quotations Quotationspoeton market mrket with 1th range rnge and td closing closingQuotations clong clongmtlns closingtotat1una
mtlns1to 3lostoi poeton 1to May SThfrflttl rr rrnrtl e market J I ket to ¬
day d w WI without wtht feat festaJI ithdkiwbtiia
nrtl Md Inclined tnlA SrD to torI i ir jL f tJbl
r rI ta st sdk sleek ek nomine oD eom ewt ewts e ewtiiii ItIS4IIIk ItIS4IIIksIiwg 1t
s sIiwg HiH twl dtwit ewii t tt to 97 on small mal lots ilass I lass
was offered 9r red at S nil n d din y The Th market
does d not show any definite trend one oneway onewa oneway
I wa way jr r the t other and an should sul be bought boughtonly boughtonly boughtonly
only on reactions redJn and an profits pris should houlc be b
tations ttons taken tf on one O or two tWt points pnt rise rise Quo Quo1atlofls ¬
Sale I Op High Low Close Closol
Bingham HO H 51 3t 3 3Boston I 31 1
Boston Bto Con Co J1W 111 11 8 S S S4 4 S s
Con CO Mercur 122 L 12 M MDaly 1 i 30 50 f 5 5Daly
Daly West Wet 35 13 1 1Utah 12 1 13 J JUth 1Utah
Utah Uth o JM I 0141 M 42 4 42 4 42 42TT 4 42 42i li
TT C i S Mining 1383 13 31 91 3 39 39Altowez 3 3AI1OOeZ
Altowez < 11 4 l 19 19 Itfc 1 11 18 18Boston It ItBoston 10Boston
Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdventure StocksAdventure
Adventure AdventureAltowez 33 M Mohawk MohawkM Mowk 4550 4550AlkaJea rl
Altowez AltowezAmalzr AII 113 1 M MCC C C COld 5ilu 5iluAmaig 5 5mal
Amalzr AmalzrAmer mal 3150 i Old Ol Dom DomOsceoia Dommr DomAmer
Amer mr Xinc XincAtlantic in ine ILsi 10 Osceoia OsceoiaParrot OII 0 91 91tanti 0100 0100Atlantic
Atlantic AtlanticBingha tanti I 123 Parrot ParrotQoincy Parot ParotBinthal 25 25Blnghan
Bingha BinghaCal Binthal 33 WQulny Qoincy Ii IiCal 15Cal
Cal Hec HecCentennial He 510 8 Shannon ShannonTamarack 1balon n 8 8o SCentennial
o Centennial CentennialCop Centfnnlal U 18 t Tamarack TamarackTrinity Tamrck 11 11 l lCop
Co Cop Range RangeDalyWest Rng M rTrni Trinity TrinityIT TrtnltyDalyWest
DalyWest DalyWestDom D y W ft 1 123 IT Copper CopperlU Copr CopperDoin 21
Dom Df Coal CoalFranklin CO 7511 M lU S Min MinU Mm MmFranklin0 in Q
Franklin FranklinGranby Fnnkln Franklin0 f U 1 S Oil OilIUih Oi 9IfS 9IfSGrnnbv t
Granby GranbyIsle Gnmb a1 53 IUih IUihVictoria lth U ish ishIsle t6
Isle Ile Royale RoyaleIVIa R HI 3Uil 25d Victoria VictoriaWinona Yktoa 3200 3200Mass
IVIa Mass B Min n 70 7300 Winona WinonaWolverine Winona131ichigan 1 1I
I 131ichigan XJb dn lt 11t iW Wolverine WolverineSan W 1veriue vmn l 1s3LFJ 1s3LFJSan O
San Francisco FranciscoI Mining Stocks StocksJustice StocksAlpha
I Alpha 1 COM COl 14 14s J JUk Justice JusticeMexican N I
Awde Aw1os > s 5 5Belcher s Mexican 1lexn 200 200OccMenUl 20 L00Bkher
Belcher 1Jr C2 C2Best OLI OccMenUl C C SI SIOt 51Beet I IBt
Best Bt B 11 115 Ot Otr Otrli OpiuIr OpiuIr13WIUen nr J S7 S7Overman
JBttltton 13WIUen li > 32 32Caie a Overman Oea 16 16PotHsi 1 1Ca 16Caindesis
Caie Ca Caindesis loi1 lotii 55 55Chnl o Pound Pfw 12 12Savage J JChl 2 2ChitI
Chnl Chl Con Co IS ISCnottar 1 Savage e 4J 4JSrorpion 4 I 1Chullar
Cnottar Cllr Chullaronf14esce W WConfktence Srorpion 1 1Sag 1onf1deltce I
Confktence i iC it Sag p B Bel BelC SelC < H W WSierra
C C V 17 17Crown 10 Sierra Nev NevSfi X 31Crown
Crown Point PointExchequer 11 Sfi Hill 11111Exchequer l lTnknt 1Exdt
Exchequer Exdt ExchequerG uer S SG Tnknt 1 nkon C Cen n n B Brtah Ii IiG
G G 21 21Hale rtah Con C 86 86YHJacket
Hale Nor 135 135Julia 1 1 25 YHJacket YeIJacketJuUa Yet Jacket JacketJulia 22 22New
Julia e5 e5New 5 5New I
New York Mining Mini Stocks StocksAdams StocksAdams
Adams Con 29 Little itue Chief i 5Aiim 5 I IAlie I
Alie S 3 Ontario 400 400Breece 400Breece
Breece 25 Ophir 1026 1026Brims 16 1025Bruns I I
Brims Con 86 S jphoentx jphoentxCm Phoenix PhoenicChni <
Cm m Tnn 17 7 Potosi 18 18a 13C 15t
a t C V lTt 1 17 iSavage Va8t II IIHOII 48 48Horn 4 4Rout
Horn Silver 175 Sterra Nev Ne 3S 3SIron 1Iron 35Iron
Iron Silver 32 Email mall Hopes 35 35Lead 5Le4td 25Lead
Lead Con Iii i tStuitdard tandard u 20 20LOS W WLOS tJLOS
Names of Several Salt Lakers Ap Appear Appear Appear ¬
pear on Membership Roll RollThe RollThe RollThe
The Los Angeles Western tstern Mining lillin exr exrchange eX eXchange exchange
change which opened opt > nffi for business businessSaturday businessSaturdlt businessSaturday
Saturday Saturdlt afternoon starts off with a agood agood
good healthy membership membt > ilt which hich in includes indudes includes ¬ I
cludes a number nu r of Salt Lake brokers brokersand brokersanj I Iand
and operators J Donnan Reavis is isfirst isrst isflrst
first rst vice president and the following followingother folloingother followingother
other Salt Lake men appear in the list listof Ustof listof
of membership H S Joseph Ed H HMead HMead HMead
Mead Joseph Oberndorfer R G Wil Wilson Wilson VUson ¬
son J X Ferguson D H Peery peeryIsadore PeeryIsadore j
Isadore Morris Ed Hoffman Frank SI 1Benedict MBenedict I IBenedict
Benedict Henry Hen Cehn and possibly possiblyothers possiblyothers glbl glblothers
others The charter fee of the ex exchange exchang exchange ¬
change was 50 but the price of mem membership membersbh niembership ¬
bership was s doubled at the close of the thefirst thefirst theIirst
Believed Big Corporation Will Be BeReady BeI BeReady
I Ready for Business in July JulyReports JulyReport JulyReports
Reports have reached Pk Pioche > che from fromNew fromN fromNew
New N York to the effect < t that affairs affairspertaining affairspertain affairspertaIning
pertaining pertain InS to the NevadaUtah com company cornpany om omany ¬
pany are > nearing completion and that thatwork thatork thatwork
work ork will 11 be commenced about the lat latter lattsr at attr ¬
ter part of July Tul says the Record The Theproperty TheJHoJ ThoProperty
property JHoJ > rt of the Pioche Consolidated ConsolidatedMining ConsolidatedMinin ConsolidatedMining
Mining Minin Reduction company will he betaken hetaken hetaken
taken in charge but that much mining miningproperty miningproperty miningproperty
property both in Utah and Nevada Nevadawill Nevadawill Nevadawill
will be eliminated from the bond as asoriginally Q Qoriginally 5originally
originally drawn up as being not what whatwas wtatwas whatwas
was represented The NevadaUtah NevadaUtahwants NevadaHtahwantS NevadaI tah tahwants
wants no mines but what have merit meritami meritand meritand
and all properties prol rties not possessing essinJ this thisqualification this1UHItfication thisttwtHflcatioii
qualification will be stricken from the thebond thebond thebonl
bond Valueless mining property put in inat inat inat
at big b hi figures ft ures will not go goHE goHE goHE
HE DOES NOT GET 20000 2OOOOMichael 20000Michael 20000Michael
Michael Farrons Suit Against Silver SilverKing SilverKing SilverKing
King Con Goes Against Him HimThe HimThe HimThe
The 2eOW personal rsonal injury suit suitwhich suithieh suitwhich
which hieh Michael Farwt FaTJ has been beenprosecuting beenIH beenprosecuting
prosecuting IH uUng against the Silver King
Consolidated company of Park City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and which bieh occupied the attention of ofJudge ofJud ofJudge
Judge Jud e Marshall and a jury jur in the theday thef thefdertl
f fdertl eral court Saturday and yesterday day dayJ
i is ended J The judge did not consider considerthat considerthat considerthat
that the plaintiff had ha presented any anyevidence anyevldenee anyevidence
evidence worthy of consideration by b bthe
the jury and he therefore tb refor took the case raseout caseout aseout
out of their hands and promptly found foundfor foundfor foundfot
for the defendant company companyAnother romJtanyAnother companyAnother
Another suit again Rgainflt the company comimnywill corupammywill
will be heard today and a number of ofwitneCS ofaitnesees
witnesses are down from the Park to totestify totestify totestify
testify in the action actionAFTER RctionAFTER actionAFTER
California Operators Now Sampling SamplingStateline SamplingStateline SamplingStateline
Stateline Property PropertyModena PropertyModetia
Modena May Ia 8 SoReports Reports from Stateline Statelineare
are that the Los Angeles people who have
been exporting Rice mountain are pn n
deavoring de xoring to secure the Willowvale WillowvaleOWIKH Wiltowvaleowned VillowvaleOWI
owned OWI by W V J Dooly DooI and A Drake sit sitw sittiated it ituat
w uat tiated tHl d on the t south uth side of Rice moun ¬
lain t in and ar arff also likely Jikel to take hold of ofcertain ofcertain ofcertain
certain claims on the mountain if the thepresent theIrepnt theJiresent
present locators can be induced to cut cutup cutup cutup
up their property propertyJNlnnlnglf
The panning to be had on Rice moun moonsin ¬
sin are certainly alluring and it is > sin singular sinular singular ¬
gular ular that such good ood ground should not
before I Corp have received noce ed the thorough toorou h inves investigation invett inveatigation ¬
tigation t f it is now receiving elving at the hands handsof handsof handsof
of the Californians CaliforniansI CaliforniansLater CaliforntansLater
Later I ter reports concerning eoncerni the gold goldstrike goldstrike goldstrike
strike in the Klondike district south tIUI of
Fay Fa Xev Nt while modifying I the former formerreports formerreports formrreports
reports u HH s to th the richness S of the n new w
find nevertheless indicate i alte that a very ry
important and a d valuable discovery bas
been made madeSAN madeSAN xna4eSAN
Salt Lake and Castle Dale Men De Developing Developing DcVeioping ¬
veloping Fine Property PropertyCastle PropertyCastl PropertyCastle
Castle Dale May Ia 7 7Messrs Messrs R II
Smith of Salt Lake and James Peterson Petersonof
of CasttodaJe cst 1e are making a hurried trip
to their ozocerite O erite claims at t Mexican
Bend on the t San Rafael river at which whichptece whichplace
place I they have a force of men working workln worklnand
and developing the property driving a ashaft a ashaft
shaft and tunnel The vein vf in > which is a
fissure is six and onehalf feet > t between betweenwalte hetweenwalts betweenwalls
walls and is streaked with the black wax waxmineral waxmineral waxmineral
mineral some of the streaks being from fromsix fromsit
six to eight inches IlKb thick thickKlsewhere tblckElsewhere thickIsewhere
Elsewhere on the property thfv tlw have havegood havegood havegood
good deposits ils of giteonite aid ml elalerite
fn quantities < i anUUes large enough to pay JMt to towork toUIk towork
work UIk out outTonopah
Tonopah Ore Shipments ShipmentsThe
The ore shipments over the Tonopah Tonopahrailroad Toziopaliraiird
railroad last week aggregated as regated 1713 11 tons tonsof tonof tonsof
of which ltich thirtyone ton tOilS came from
Goldfield The shipments are divided as
follows followsFrom followsFrom followsFrom
From Tonopah TonoltahTonopah Tonopah company 1001
tons Tonopah Extension company 238
tons MentantiTonopah I 193 tons Mid Midway MldWflY MIdway
way 50 54 tons Belmont 1 111 tons tonsFrom tonslrom tonsFrom
From Goldfield Goklt1eldGoldfield Gold field Ore Sampling Samplingcompany Samplingeempan Samplingeumpany
company 31 tons tonsOre lOMOre tonsOre
Ore and Bullion BullionOre BullionOre BullionOre
Ore and bullion settlements in this city cityyesterday cityTesterdAY cityyesterday
yesterday as reported by McCormIck McCornickCo lcCornlckll
Co ll amounted to 579W as follows fol ws Sil Silver SIIer Silvar ¬
ver lead gold and cower ores S5OQi S5OQibKSe 25500 25500base 25500base
base bullion 32360 532300Metal = 32360Metal
Metal Markets MarketsSllwsrl MarketsSIIYer MarketsSiiveL
Sllwsrl S7c tier l r ounce ounceCo ounceCopper o
Copper Co i er casting e sllng HVJc H c r per Her > r pound poundLoad pondLd poundLeami
Load in ore ore 3 3W 3 New ew York IkBO h iV pqr pqrMining lqrpounds
111 pounds J JMin
Mining Min ng Notes NotesThe NotesTIM NotesThe
The Pioneer s Sftlnller iniMary stjerdHy YflSWr HY raportiti raportitisix r roporUst roporUstsh pt > rUi1t rUi1tsix
six carsef cars 51 ore from Btngham fourfrflm f OurCr ur frdm frdmk m
Consequently the Market in Wall WallStreet WallStreet WallStreet
New Ne York May SJ S SMeasuroo Measured by the theeffects theefTeet theeffectslit
effects effectslit in the New Ne York stock market marketthe marketthe marketthe
the tension between Great Britain and andFrance Mudmnee iil iilI6ranee
France mnee over the preservation rvation of neu neutrality mteutriiflty ¬
trality tmJit in the far east must be ncutel ncutelMeasured acute aut1I8il5ured acuteMeasured
Measured by b another visible > index indexthere hjexU1ere indexthere
there does > not seem to be s serious ap apprehension npJJrehensi 8Jilfleheftsitd ¬
prehension JJrehensi of any 3n rupture 4 between betweenthose betweentho betweeflthose
those tho e two 7 lowers > owers It is true that the theselling theHelHng thesellIng
selling of stocks in New York which whichcarried whichC8rrlNI whichcarmied
carried the prices downward was most mostly mo itiotly t tIy ¬
ly for foreign account but the volume volumeof
of it wag wa not impressive Impr sive and the ready readyeffect rcadyeffect readyeffect
effect of prices prl < M must be attributed in inlarge inhtrse iiilarge
large part to the continued debt felt felttoward Celttoxrd felttoward
toward the market by the operations of ofany ofany ofany
any considerable power Declines in inthe inthe inthe
the government securities most imme immediately immediately inmatediately ¬
diately affecte dby the foreign politi politican politican politican
can situation were moderate and the themovement themOement themovement
movement in the foreignsecurity mar markets markets markets ¬
kets was UI more restrained than in New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Paris was reported to be a con considerable col1sklerdble coilskterable ¬
siderable seller of securities in London LondonDiscounts LondonDiscounts LondonDiscounts
Discounts hardened in i London and andsterling andsterlinS andsterling
sterling exchange was notably strong strongbut strongbut strongbut
but the selling was as also strong at Paris Parisand Parisand Parisand
and the price of o gold was wa reduced in inLondon inIondon inLotidoti
London As a net result the interna international intermlHomll internalional ¬
tional exchanges > shae have moved nearer nearerto
to the point calling for exports of ofgold ofgold ofgold
gold from NewYprk The money mone rate ratehere mtehere ratehere
here was entirely unaffected and was wasin WatSIn wasin
in fact rather easier in response to the thestrong thestrong thestrong
strong bank statement of Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdayThe SaturdayTime
The wheat market made some response responseto respon responto
to the foreign political situation but butclose butclose butclose
close attention was unable to detect detectany detcetny detect4flY
any ny actual foreign demand here as a aresult aresult aresult
result of the incipient war ar scare Nev Nevertheless Nevertheless Nevertheiess ¬
ertheless prices of stocks broke In a adecidedly adecIdedly adecidedly
decidedly weak manner a number of ofinstances ofinstances ofinstances
instances showing lower quotations quotationsthan quotationsthan
than last Saturday The Pacifies Pacifiessouthwesterns Paclflcssouthwester PacIficssouthwesterns
southwesterns s and southerns were weremost weremost weremost
most affected amongst the railroads railroadsand railroadsand railroadsand
and the iron and steel stocks were con conspicuous conspicuous eonspicuous ¬
spicuous amongst the industrials industrialsThe industrialsThe industrialsThe
The selling although moderate was wasvery wasye wasvery
very ye well distributed and no part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the list escaped entirely the prevail prevailing prevailinS prevailinc ¬
inS weakness The > result seems con conclusive 1011elushe conelusive ¬
elusive of the failure of the consider considerable considerable onslderubI ¬
able ubI < reduction redu < tion in iNkes which has al already alrf alrosmly ¬
ready rf > taken place to attract any an Of effective Offedlve offective ¬
fective demand Some ome sympathetic ef effect effed effeet ¬
fed must mu t be allowed to the extreme extremeweakness extr extrwf extremeweakness <
weakness wf > of the stocks Peoples pf > Gas Gassuffered GasoUfCNed Gassuffered
suffered directly from state legislation legislationputting IfgislationputtinS legishttionPutting
putting a rate making power into the thebands thebands thehands
bands of the Chicago city government governmentThe govenmlClltThe
The indifference of the demand again againshowed IIJ1tinshOd agitlimshowed
showed itself nt t the record level of ofprices ofprks ofprices
prices and they the were but poorly held heldso beldso heldso
so that the closing cJo ing was barely steady steadyTintic steadyTintie teRdyrlnlic
Tintic two from Alta and two from fromNevada fromN fromNevada
Nevada NevadaProf N NevadaProf vada vadaProf
Prof W r H TiWmte returned from a amonths xmonths anmontlin
months eastern tri trltt yesterday morning morningIf
If S Joseph Jo eJtb returned retu 1 from hw trip to toNevada toNevada toNevada
Nevada and Los Angeles yesterday morn morning mornIng meritlag ¬
Manager Lafayette Cayette Hanchett > tt of the theNewltowse theNewhouse timeNewbouse
Newltowse interests went down to th thCactus the theCactus tImCactus
Cactus Sunday night on one of his period periodical periodiCld periodical ¬
ical trips tripsNine tripsN tripsNine
Nine N n43 cars of ore from Fris Fr rhmce four from fromNevada fromNpda fromNevada
Nevada two from Tintic and one from fromBingliam fromintntm fromBiagham
Bingliam intntm were reported at the th Taylor TaylorBrunton THyJorBrunton Taylorllriinton
Brunton Sampler yesterday morning morningJohn morningJohn morningJolmn
John C Ilamm Il mm the well f1I known lawyer lawyerand lawfrand lawyeramid
and mining man of Evanston J aMton Wyo yo hs hsin tsIn isin
in the city for a day dH or two looking lookingafter lookingafter lookingafter
after interests inter ts on this end of the line linePioche linePloclte linePioche
Pioche Record Big accounts of the theKlondike theKlondlke theKlonmlike
Klondike country near r Fay are written to tothe tothe tothe
the Salt Lake Herald but it is too near nearhome nearhome nearhome
home to create much of an excitement excitementyet excitementyet
Manager Samuel Mclntyre of the Mam Mammoth Mammoth lam lammoth ¬
moth has Ias returned to his ranch at Hal Halleek Halleck Halleek
leek Nev and Hn the presumption is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the mine will be reopened within another anotherdav anotherdav anotherday
dav or two twoWillard twoiJlard twoWillard
Willard iJlard F Snyder president and a n1l gen general gncral genoral ¬
oral manager of the Western Exploration Explorationcompany Explorationcompany Explorationcompany
company returned from his trip to San banFrancisco SanFrandsco SanFrancisco
Francisco Sunday evening F II Buhl Buhlwho BuhlWllO Buhlwho
who was with him continued on east eastfrom ea eastfrom t tfrom
from Ogden OgdenVoodriver Ogdenoooriver OgdenWoodriver
Voodriver NewsAHner New MlHr Cyril Peck and andPeter andPeter andPeter
Peter M 1 Gray Gr r of < f Salt Il Lake City for forJSOO
JSOO 300 have conveyed to L I 1 H Farnsworth Farnsworthtrustee h htr1l Iitnistre
trustee tr1l tt of the sam place th tM Gordon Gordonmining Gor lrmlonmining on onmilling
mining claim situated in Warm arm Springs SpringsCreek SpringsCr SpringsCreek
Creek Cr k district districtThe dlstrktThe districtThe
The week opens with the local settling settlingprice settlinSprice settlingprice
price of copper reduced c to 14V HIAc 144cpound c 1t4r 1t4rpound er erpound
pound Silver is up tlJ an eighth at 57 57while 57c 57cwhile ic icwhile
while the settling etUin rice of lead for the thepresent theJtrtsent thepresent
present week remains unchanged at
350 and JJ50 JJ50David JiiO JiiODavid 150David
David Taylor son of Frank M Taylor Taylorpresident Tatylorpresident Taylorpresident
president of the Taylor Brunton Semis Sampling Samltling Semisling ¬
ling company is over from Colorado for fora fora fora
a few days to help out at the office dur during durinj durlug ¬
lug the absence It of Manager L A Cope Copeland CopeIsnel Copeland
land in California CaliforniaW
W IT Alexander closes his offices for fora
a few weeks and leaves for Boston awl awlHartford HndHnrUord iidHartford
Hartford today Mr Ir Alexander is going goingeast goln golnast goingtust
east on business connected connect d with some someBoaver someB someBeaver
Beaver B aer county propositions in which he heis heIs lieinterested
is interested and will be gone the better betterpart bettcrpart betterpart
part of a month monthSecretary monthS monthSecretar
Secretary S cr > tan J IT Deming of the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Bonanza accompanied by h Fred R RDavis RDavis 11Davis
Davis spent Sunday in the Park Mr MrDeming 1lrDemlnj MrDeming
Deming declined to talk about the New NewYork NtwYork NewYork
York for publication He said the mine minewould minfwould aminewould
would have to do its own shouting as asfar asfar asfar
far MS he was concerned adding that thatit thatit thatit
it was perfectly able to do it too tooSuperintendent tooSuprlnhmdent toeSuperintendent
Superintendent E J 1 Raddatz of the theHonerine theHonerint theHonerine
Honerine > was 88 in from camp yesterday yesterdayin
in conference with 1th Manager W V F Sny Snyder Snyder Sayder
der lIe stated that the big bi drain tunnel tunnelhad tunnelhad tunnelhad
had reached a t length of more than 7760 7760feet 7itOfeet 773feet
feet and that an average of ten feet feeta
a day is now being made in hard rock rockLast rockLast rockLast
Last week over seventyfive feet V was wasrun wasrun wasrun
run runWilliam William Hatfiekl manager of the Al Albion Albion Alblon ¬
bion at Alta A Ita goes oes out to camp today todayfor todayfor todayfor
for the first time in several months monthsDuring monthtDuring monthsDuring <
During the winter months the mine has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been operated with only one shift but butnow butnow butnow
now that the season is at hand when whenit
it is possible to get in and out and get getsamples getsamples getsamples
samples without trouble two shifts will wiltbe willbe willlie
be kept at work It is to inspect the work workdone workdone workdone
done since the first of the year and see seethe seethe seethe
the force increased that Manager Hat Hatfield Hatfield hatfield
field is going to the mine mineThe mineTh mineTime
The Th price the American Smelting Re Refining Refining Refining
fining company < ompan paid for the controlling controllinginterest controllingIntrest controllinginterest
interest in the Federal Smelting Re Refining Ufjnlng Refining ¬
fining company to John D Rockefeller RockefellerGeorge RoekeCellerGeorge RockefellerGeorge
George Gould and their associates was wasslot
slot 100 per share for the preferred and J120 J120pcr 1 1pcr 120 120per
pcr share exdividend for the common commonstock commonstock commonstock
stock says a i New York financial publi publication pllblicatlon publication
cation The checks for majority m jority of the theshares theshares theshares
shares were signed by the American AmericanSmelting AmerIcanSmelting 4tmericanSmeltlag
Smelting Refining Reflnin company and the themoney themony themoney
money came directly from that treas treasure treasur tressur ¬
ure ur ur
ureNathan Nathan Rockhill and J M Butts of ofLehi oCLehl ofLehi
Lehi who ho were largely interested in the theMayflower thef theMayflower
Mayflower f Mining companys property a afew afew
mg mgocrnrfth
few miles south of ocrnrfth Binsham nfroJ came > nerri in inwith I Iwith inwith
with samples fmpl R of rock yesterday which whichare whichare whichare
are being tried out by the assayer The Thecompany Thecompany Thecompany
company has h s spent over 89600 to date dateand dateanll dateand
and judging from the appearance of the therock therock therock
rock brought in they have reason to toaxpcct toexpcct torect
axpcct rect a mine The different characters charactersof
of ore brought In are being analyzed for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose of getting ttlng a line > on what to todo torlo tothi
do in the way Wit of development from now nowHardies nowon nowem
on em
81 81Hardies
Hardies Uintah Reservation Town Township Township ¬ i
ship bP map and guide 15 cents coin at atBook atook i ik
Book ook k stores or 914 Sg 2nd West Sk SkThe Stfl t 1 1If
The Finest Line LineQtJmRorted LinetJJn LineQjJmRorted I
QtJmRorted tJJn R fted wallpaper r in the city lty can canUlseeriat can carfbsecn
Ulseeriat 1j bsecn seen l W A Duvalls 110 TV W2n W2nS 2ntf 2ntfSouth 2ndSouth I
South S uth St r1 tJ
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I j The market was narrow and obviously obviouslyi
i largely large in professional hands through throughrout throughout throughout
out outJ
J I Bonds onds were irregular Total Totalr sales salesj JesJilr
j par value value 19SO 1980100 1980100I 19S0W0OUnited 0 0United
United States bends were aU un unchnnged anchanged
I changed on pall pallBond gallBond JI JIBond
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I 48475 4SI i for sixty day bills billsPosted biIlgPosted billsPosted
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Mexican dollars 4J 4JGovernment 41Government 4i31 4i31Government
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New York May Iay S SoThe Th London tin mar market market market ¬
ket was a little higher at JJ33 133 17s 6d Lo Locally Locally Locally ¬
cally the market was quiet SeOflCWW SeOflCWWCopper I 25601Copper 1 1Copper
Copper was firmer in London closing closingat
at JCfS 65 7s fti for spot s > and l65 66 hIs 3d for forfutures forfutures forfutures
futures Locally the market was un unchanged anchanged ¬
changed Lake and electrolytic 1500g >
1525 casting casUn 14751500 14751500Lead HTol500Lead 14TotjtS00Lead
Lead unchanged at l1 12 1 12s 61 in Lon London I Idon Idon
don and at 450 I 45O16G 160 OO in New York YorkSpelter i iSpelter ISpeIter
Spelter was lower abroad closing at l3 23 2310s
10s 10 in London The local market was j jweak I I Iweak
weak at 565675 5 565675Iron i75 j I
Iron closed at 52s 2d d in Glasgow GI ow and at at54s ati4s at5Is <
54s in Middlesboro Locally the market marketwas marketWas I IWas
was quiet No 1 foundry northern 1450 1450ft1500 lUOtfJ
ft1500 tfJ No NO2 2 t foundry northern north < rn lKJorl6M lKJorl6MNo JlUi1rl60NQ 1531tM5 1531tM5No
No 1 foundry southern uthern and No 1 loon loondry i idry
dry southern soft 17251775 17251775GRAIN 17 17254j1775GRAIN I775 I775GRAIN
Chicago May Iay S STh Tho wheat market was wasstrong wasstrong
strong from start to finish fi lsb At the open opening Optning openizmg ¬
ing July Julwtls wtis up 31 to tiJ at 9 81 Co CoShorts 0 S3V S3VShorts
Shorts were actlve activ6mlihders bllders but offerings offeringswere orferl orferlwere offeringswere
were light The main ITJJI I fntl influence uances at first firstwore firstwore rst
wore that Btanca mrancBqnal afnayHigland might be become be becomo hecomo ¬ I
como involved In the R1inoJpaneseOther RfiSflOJftpAnese RfiSflOJftpAnesewar R1I tjOT e ewnr
war Other Ot or bullish pulUsh factors of r a much muc
more definite and potent potf > nt character de developed dfYf dmeloped ¬
eloped Yf > loped A variety yarlct of damage reports roportwere Tp reportswere rt rtWfTe
were received Some of these th e advices advicestold advlcOCtold adviceiltold
told of the t Hessian fly 130 in Nebraskaand Nebraskaandstill Nebrnska and andstill tndfill
still < fill others told of orlRek ofa lack of ofncln1n rainIn Ivn IvnWheat I 1siisag I1 I1gal
gal Aij advance lff lif0a 9 a bushel in th thwhtllt the thewheat
Wheat wheat market at Budapest > st during the thepast thepast thepast
past fe f fer days dR g was said id to be bf due to todrouth a adrouth adrouth
drouth in the tit Danubian V ptOVII1ftI 1 1 1has ° and 1414 1414his
has h furnished d additional Inc01 Inc01exceeded Incentiye IncentiyethrolImut incentttethrouhout
throlImut the aeseiofl ion hut th the demand demandxc miemamxcee1od
exceeded xc ed the > supply 1 In C6ntrelI consemhUellCO consemhUellCOprices ni2 eS eSprices ee eeprtcfS
prices steadily advanced TheeHmaa TIme diD1Hx climitate climitatethe to tothe tutM
the bUllish bu h situation was fpnipleted complete < > d b by > a astatement Ht8tement itstatement
available stocks of ofwheat oflteat 0 0wheat
statement cf the th
ITnited States Stal The state statement statmoot statemost ¬
wheat lteat in i the tli
bush bushels bushels bLiShela ¬
moot showed a decrease of X192000
els in the visiblesuppiy visibleVsuppiyThe isibJesupplyTile
Tile h highest hest point of UH day for r rwheat July Julywas II V Vmla
market rket clotiil41 clotiil41attroAg C CmStrong
was mla reached ftt 84 The m
attroAg with 1th July at St eJearI or U Uwheat
wheat W heat and flour were qual to 5V 11 I bur bura bllilft bllilftPrlman bUS t tels
els Primary rf receipts > < Elptg were JS 395350 bh bhfOls bus m
fOls OlDtJoHred omuOsred with lSS08 bushels a aago fIJ I
and Chlca Chlcareport tlmIcagreport P Preport
a atc ago Minneapolis l nnMlp lf Duluth
report receipt of 1 lRi cars CR 14ga1flt 14ga1fltcars paJn t 2S 2Sf s
cars last week and 155 rt f a year f3r ago agohigher agoCorn
Corn wile active July opened s t tm tmhigher 1 1bighfOr I
higher at atlifi4i 47 1751147 47Vi sold up 1Ii p to 4 II 44 < U and andclosed a aclosed 441cloned
closed at 47 Local receipts were werecars terecars SO SOcars
cars with one OtH of contract grade gradeThe gradeThe d dTbe
The tats t < market was strong r rong July JuiJand Julyoptned Julyopened
opened unchanged at D sold oid UI to toand 9 9and
and closed at 20H 10 Lot Local rectiltts A V Vcars were wereCAN wereears
i cars carsi CANo earsonsiderimig Considering o tsiderIJlg It decline d lhte of 10 to KC ia iath IAthe ii iithe
th the price of o live hogs the tone of tit titwer q qprovl6lon 14l4 14l4provinioi
provl6lon market Wit was quite firm All of ofthe
the ION WAs regahtef regained At t the dose July JNQpork Julypork t
pork was IIS up 2 1t at 1 1232 Lard and ribS rlbiswert ribSwere
were iinchaniKed at 738 7 and 727 727KtimatPtI i ilim m5 m5Sstimatpd
KtimatPtI lim tt d receipts for tomorrow tomorrowi tomorrOwwet
i wet beaL 6 ears corn 1 122 cars oatS t 10 10car 125A
1 cars hogs 21000 2ifX head headWHKT ht headW1lETN ad >
I Open O RH1Jh tHlgh tHlghMay V high Low LowI I II Ck CkCORN <
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July 29V 2 B I 25 2 25 2525MSs3 Vi I29V4 I29V4Sep
Sep 2 S 25MSs3 b2SVii2ffl4 S SlIESS 23 2S < i2S 2S112S 2S < g2SM g2SMMESS S SMESS
I Open OljenIlIIJ I High j jLOw Low I Close CloseMay Clo CloseMay e eJlay
May MayJuly 11205 11205July 1 J ffi ffiJul
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Sep 1 J2SO 11 11LARD 11J1 1257 ii I 1fI 12 12LARL 1256 V VV VLARDP161t
I 01tf > n i High i iJh Iow I LowI ow I Close CloseSHORT Clo CloseMay e eIa
May Ia t I 715 f 715 2 j I 715 5 Zii ZiiTlII 715 715July
July TlII 1 27 7t J 7 1 I 727 727Sep i ip
Sep p 74 745 I 752 2 745 IS i 750 750SHORT O OSIIORT
IOpjHihLow I Open j f High I Low I Close CloseMay ClOO ClOOII CloseMay
May II 1702 702 7 705 5 5July 711214 7i 7i1IY 706luly
July 1IY 1 IZ 722fe 7 I IF 727 727P 17 Irph l7fl l7flp 717 717Sep < <
Sep P 1745 eJ I 752 i I 74r 74rCash 1 4i 75Cash 9 9Cash
Cash quotations i Jt otatioii8 tione were a a1l follows followsKknir followsJourStead fellowsPlomirSteady
Kknir PlomirSteady JourStead Steady I IWbeatNo
AVheat WbeatNo WheatNspring No U spring 92 Ji 112iU06 96 No 3 3ornNo V S j9S j9SNo
No 2 red r SSfiSSK SSfiSSKCorn 9 9CornNo
Corn CornNo No 2 4Vi6W ttWtl No 2 yellow 5S 5SOats 1OatsNo 55OatsNo
Oats OatsNo No 2 3S No 2 white 32y4jS3 32y4jS3No 3217lNo s sNo
No 3 white 3 Jt 351432 351432RyeNo 32 32Rye rRyeNo
Rye RyeNo No 2 2BarleyGood 72 72Barley 72BarleyGood
Barley BarleyGood Good feeding feed ins 7t r4J < 49 fair to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice malting 464S 464SFhxx I4SFlax 454SFlax
Flax Se SeedNo d No 1 1 IS 5 No No1 1 northwest northwestern t tern ¬
ern 138 138Timothy JITlmoth 13Timothy
Timothy Tlmoth Seed SeedPrime Prime 300 300Mess 300Mess 4 4MESS
Mess Pork PorkPer Per barrel 12ei1210 12ei1210Lard l 155l210LardPer lIO lIOIardPer
Lard IardPer Per 100 pounds 715 a15tT17 a15tT17Short 717 717Short 71Yt
Short Ribs RibsSides Sides loose 7 7f07l23 7f07l23SkiesShort 0g712 0g712Sides 1 1Sid
Sides Sid SkiesShort Short clear eisa r I boxed 70167 70167Whisky 771 771htskyBasis 717L34 717L34WhiskyBasis
Whisky htskyBasis Basis of high hi h wines nes 123 123Clover 1lClovfOrContIdct 124CloverContract
Clover ClovfOrContIdct Contract grade rctde 12COfil250 12COfil250Rec ljJIWI
V I Rec I Shin ShinFlour Skint SkintJ ShipFkmirismrrels
Flour J Fkmirismrrels n barrels b rrels I W 18WO 00 S100 S100Corn S1f1Oheat 5100Wheat
Wheat heat IHJSbels sJI rSOO rSOOCorn 57500Corn
Corn bushels bnthoteOats btk bushelsOmits ltels 6 j jOttls
Oats iMwhete iMwheteRye hmusheisRye iJ l tJjl tJjlKy
Rye Ky bushels bushelsBarley bl4h ls 10 10Bailey O
Barley BIIrh bushels 1 S83CO JOO 17WO 17WOCoffee 1710Coffee O OCoffee f
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNw
New York May IH S SCoffeeSpot Coffee Spot Rio Riosteady RioSfad Riosteady
steady Sfad The market for coffee futures futuresopened fnturfsopened futuresopened
opened steady at unchanged unehan ed prices prlc and andruled 811 aimilruled < 1 1ruled
ruled generally iuiet There was noth nothing1 lIothi mmliilug ¬
lug i in the tb news to indicate any change in ingeneral ingt ingeneral
general gt > nentl conditions which continued fa favorabte faVOldlHe a avoiah1e
vorabte according to bull operators ow owing owing owlug ¬
ing to light Brazilian receipts and full fullwarehoitse fullwarehouse fahlwarehouse
warehouse deliveries dfliver tS There was com comparatively compttratitly cornpmtratively ¬
paratively little snap to the tll demand demandhowever demandhowfvtr demandhuwever
however and after working workin up a partial partialS
5 points from the opening figures th thmarket thmarket the themarket <
market snowed e little feature closing closingsteady closingsteady
steady on that basis Sales were re reported rcport ¬ I
ported port 1 of 229W OO bags including July at atS90 Htill
ill September St > ttembfr 76643715 6fif 15 Sentember 73 75f7M 73574N
f7M 74 74N January 749 March 745 745Sugar 45 45SugarRnw
Sugar Sug SugarRnw 4rRaw Raw firm fair r refining rliningfintrif > tining 3 3centrifugal 1 1centrifogal I
centrifugal fintrif t 3 is > test 4 434 moiass molasses < S s sugar
3 3 refined unsettled unsettledLIVESTOCK miiisettledLIVESTOCK
Chicago C hka 10 May Iay S SfattleReeeits Cattle Receipts 21 21IW SiWi
IW Good to prime < steers f teersUtf6m ZtofjKlZ poor poorto poorto
to medium 446tf649 t 46 stockers and feed feedere feeders J JfOrs
ere 275W600 ll c cows iws 1751625 7 7iJ4l 625 heifers 350 350i55rt t5Jhi 354zS5fl
hi i55rt canners 150 JiImf4I 249 buns 259 256ft479 250475calves 475 475calves I ICah
Cah calves 3W60W 3W60WHogs 3 OUGMHogsRftitL o06MM o06MMFlogsReceipts
Hogs HogsRftitL Receipts < today toda J UlOO tf > 00 tomorrow tomorrowSSOttd tomorrow31OjO I IJ5fJIJV
SSOttd Wcfr 1ftcE15c > 15c lower Mixed and butch butchers but butchers h i
ers 1 540fa55e ii4t 1l6e good to choice heavy 5Wa JO I
525 25 rough heavy 500fe540 t light 53 5 55f 5SIdji fe
547 bulk of sales < 54W iil 54siS50 54siS50SheepReceipts 550 550Sheep 6
Sheep ShetfReCtipts Receipts 280fl Sheep Sb and Iambs Iambssteady lamhsflteflf1 Ianmbssteady I
steady flteflf1 Good GOd to choice wethers shorn sh n nc
4 Wi5W twJ fair to choice mixed shorn 350 350I423 iFoi425 fill fillti4S
I423 western sheep shorn lOOW5Of lOOW5Ofnative lOtI600native >
native lambs shorn 40 JWit L0lt6tI0 ff6tt tLoo western westernlamJ westernJamhs westernlambS
lambS lamJ > 6 575 i5tj 5757l 5757lKansas 71 71Kansas It
f fKansas
Kansas City it May lay S 8Cattlt Cattle receipts receiptsSOW TeciptS8 receiptSs
SOW s Steady Stflul to toshiade shade lower native natixcsteers na nativesteers UC UCtit
steers tit f rs 42S0 42541650 lro < W native > cows and heifers heifers225ti54 heirf heirf54lS boilers254z54O
225ti54 54lS bulls bII 27T4rt75 T 4t75 5 calves R I nS r5fl 554115 5MV
625 6 western fed steers < 45fl 4 45041625 iii2fi tj w weStera west western > st sten ¬
era fed cows 35Wi25 35Wi25Hogs t5M 354141525lIogsTteeeipts 55 55IlogsRfei I
Hogs IlogsRfei Receipts ts > 70W Market 10 cents centslower clntsnwpr centslower
lower nwpr Bulk of sales 5207631 6Jt heavy heavyS3f hiemivyPIOS55
S3f PIOS55 > 535 packers 520fi5Pt 20 530 5 i pigs > igs an and andlight < t tlight I I
light Ii ht 44 4JW 4400r5173 4400r5173SheejReceipts i iji 27ii 27iiSheri i iShtfItRteipt
Sheri ShtfItRteipt > Receipts > 6500 Market 5 cents I
lower o r Muttons VI534f0 l254 oi iambs Jam 8 S 550 550 W8 >
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