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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 8 1909
I f L Mines and MiningStocksj i i
HORN SilVER Mill
SOON TO BE BUILT I
Problem of Treating Mines i
Zinc Ores Is Believed 1
to Be Solved i
I
No formal report of mine condtions or
tf results of operations trf lust year was J
Tiade at tilt annual mttHiiig of stock i
J tniurs of Ow Horn Silvtr Mining rom
in > hEd i ni this city y < vtc < lay the re
jor beirr clMerred until afur the close
if 1 the cilcndar < year Hut It is under
fiOi tliuc tin verbal aconnts gin by
hats i how ti that th affairs of the I
< > i 1Ian uv in Iioalthy c < milition Ore i
i nitmi at thr rate ct about 15uO tons
in tnLh wr maintained ijiiti tile Krighfc
niilur L h I 1 and tlin management
es tC i i n able ti ios a satlsfae
J ioniit I Mth iinotln r nivlter At i
MI 1 i pih lit I > time I < the company is tlHiiiK
Miitrji fr i umo tons of zinc or < 1 <
i > 1 d t zinc plant at Blende Cc >
i I di 11 t of the rotnpuiy tlwtpi
t nstld Pifotingr com prises Am I
i 11 I MiiiiMin preultiit luai M
I > il > > iipsiclent au 1 trtcdurr
Uilliain II I Uoolvei ton Jib XudIP
L 1 i T KII Isworth Jilm Sharp and H i
S Vouni M l i Morris vas again naflo j
riial i imi of the 1iiiiKiny ait K I
lbh I i Man ihi > 4en SHTitiiry Thrf to
of i i 11S oui tho issue of I
i i > iiiseiited at the meeting
fir I r iion naml on the 6ire
i it a i < tits of New York ThE
i i e > c 1 by M r Iihiilos 1 vf <
rued M Idas l morning from the east
ompu iy i > hie son J J Ceballos Jr
Wcrk Out Milling Process
1 cOin ii v lias had vqwts cinployeil
i iast ur working out a rriiiiing pro
lor us t iin ores or which it has a
tCin TIe hihgraie silver i
d ore w1 h have mini th mine fa i
i is ur n r < t > 1 in thv iiu ore Much
the ziic rc is liipli irraii i and at jres
iiii l T ir I the intal i J1 ho tnp d at
ur i pi I 111 Hut it also carries nues of
1 iid 1T ii r fiit lead iiil flv > and ten
uTS ii iliT I which 1 lost to the
r uirf < i > ipi 1 In shipt to th1 mfclt
i a 11 I to confltt 8ld sep
h > L < 1 contents is zinc ore
romiMiv will i have a nw source of
at t pi I lit I It I IK bellev1 that lie mill
1 i he r idfd I dining tile cumins year
< d l n 1 i oIlIle from oI ievelopnynt
K 1 in pi n > Ttj of Uh < airio Mines
uiaij i > h lidl is owrel liv the Urge
its in Slhr The < haft is
III2 i d I a drift is hoine run to
i i thE I1 I ciniiti contact Tla drift
i s abOUt llo cti yet to be inn ta reach
t ntact yjet bunches of ort running
hinli I as J4 per cent cop Jr are being
iintercd
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DIAMOND QUEEN IN I I
MORE HIGHGRADE
Lessee Opens Two Feet of Ore
Said to Average 311 1 a
Ton in Gold
Two ft of ore that gives an aver
c < ass < y of fSlliO la fold per ton
beer opened in thft Hargrove A
I j 1 leae on tbe Diamond Queen at
1 ini in tbe Bulling district The
was encountered in the drift from
lott m of the shaft at adepth of
ret ind indicates that probably a
n < r body than the leasers nave
+ nad J i iking its appearance As
ted 1 i < > i this new strike Is a
1 bd I y of krver grade material
Iru > ihipiinnts from which have
d 1 m 1 ju to 10C a ton
Tf L j I gueen ore is I highly oz
d l a j i a genera rule gives but
j h i d indication of its real
ios i au frointly surprls
as un by fin a say About
PIIII Lil i L emi hipni item the Di
n d Hien i during tho lapt few
aiis Ii itras vniic per ton bt
tr I about 7 i in gold TIe company la
u W llii a small fo cf > if men In
linun to tlt development that is
doi t Kaser I
r I J a iir mining engineer for
1y of Salt Iak is a large owner of
tiiinnd jiiecn He rfiiuvt 1 to Bull
i > r ab < ut tvo ear ago to take
n Ke t < lie property
TONOPAH MINES RESUME
Bmont and Extension to Run
Heavier Than Ever
Yonopal N v Dec 7Operations have
hdl rs 1 ii i 01 the Bell nt mine after
ltlltdc11 nf three w > cks Hmauling
I compo ssur and hoitn plant and
liking i piirs to the Inn One hun
i il men uo put to Wuif The mine is
L un ii MM bUst and in better shape
I t MII ev tui big work
Fifty npn have been put to work on
P Toniih Kxfeislon which has been
hp1 c iwn about five lonths waiting
w the taL1p mil tint is now under
i i trufion Vrrk on fu mill ha been
l ad v the slow atmal if niachin
n sun of the electrical uhlnsry be
two ionihs late uni it is believed
t t thf will be cad frr op > ra
n befoi I he middle of January i The
Mtehmi ttiko nia > Ij oo Mj cause
fjrth di lay in the lery of ma
inry
Ore at Samplers
Ii Ore receipts by = carload reported > yes I
I day by ih samplers JilorIrunton i
3h 10 Idaho i II I I
EXCURSION LOGAN
December 11th
Tor 1 Salt Lake Opera companys per
f rmance ur The Serenade Round
250 Limit December 12
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MM OFFICE W i
JUt for feoffee 1
reedrn bas 11 II II I I
TODAY i
Buy Father an I
Uptodate Bookcase I
On < > that he can add to
h3 library grows No I
is shelf room no I
iiiiiK I of books on their
0 1 ies because the spare
ten the shelves is
pt wide enough A
< inb < 7ernicke Elastic
Hookcaad is made in sec
tions I to fit any size
b0kl Any size any I
inh fit anywhere I
For Christmas I
JTULEPMONES 711
r denOffireSunn1yCo
60Wert 2ni
SAMTEL R NEEL CO
STOCK BROKERS
6J5 Xowhoisp Bell goo Res 11S5T
Ai Rift buying days grow
few ad rwulmcr should be In
creasingly ihtipful to you I
TVQ million dollars guarantees the
accuracy of evey abstract Made by the
Salt Lake Security Trust Co
2 rp fain We own our own records
SALT LAKE OPERA CO
At Logan
December 11 Excursion via O 8 L
Round trip from Salt Lake 1250 Limit
December 12
A Mighty Poor
Salesman
Who falls to please his customers with
goods at our store There Is endless
variety with top quality and bottom
prices A veritable mine of good
things for your selection why not
make It a point to stop at this store
when you are shopping We think
you will not be sorry and we will be
well paid by your visit whether you
buy or not
lIubbard = Denn Co
JEWELERS
H East Third South
Out of the highrent district
Quaker Maid Rye
is WhsLey with a BepdatioB
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Awarded
Three
Gold
Medals 4
To make o perfect II high UH
put in eaougk
Quaker Maid
Rye
If Your Dealer Cannot Supply
You Write Us For Prices
SI Hirsch Distilling Co
KANSAS CITY MO
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New York Stocks
Boston Coppers
Chicago Grain
Utah Stocks
Badger Brothers
160 MAIN STREET
Branch Office ShtreKa Utah
Members Bait Lake Exchange
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Direct Wires to all
Markets of the World
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wIll SMI
IS Kaysrllle Brlek 15
4 Utah Xex Rubber Cap s S
Will Buy
JAk Coal Shares
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JLosiug Valuable Time
If you are not our patron you lose
the weekly opportunity of receiving
and wearing some of our perfectly
laundered articles
Only SOFTENED AND FILTERED
WATER used in the process
TROY LAUNDRY
The Laundry at Quality
Pcth Jbonet IK 11 Main 1tt1tNl
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MBMUKR3
Salt Lak Stoeic and Mining Kxefcaac
Dtwver Consolidated Stock Exchange
Rawhide Mtuing dtoct Excoaoe
Throckmorton Company
I Broker
I Utah Savings A Trust Building
DEALERS
Government Railway and Mnntctp
Hcndi Bank and Investment Stock I
CORRESPONDENTS
New York Chicago San Ft MMIS
Rawhide Tonopah Goldfiela and
irlnelp Kxcbanlaa
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Go West
Young Man
To No 15 on Second South
and see the handsomest lot of suits and overcoats
that was ever shown in Salt Lake Not tho biggest
line not priced the highest but the richest the new
est and the best fitting
Clothes of the Better Sort
Prices 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750
3000 3500 and 4000 Extra high qualities at
getacquainted prices
Alford Bros Co
15 West Second South
Stetson Hats Cluett Shirte
II uii i ii
Delinquent Notice
TIlE CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION tjf
Salt Lake City Utah Principal piav of
business Salt Lake City Utah
NoticeThere are delinquent upon < the
following descrbtcl stock on acvnmt of
assessment roO i flf tan dollars per snare
levied on the l ih < lay of October lsu th
several amount sft opposite the named
of the rt > t f shareholders as follows
No
Shares Amt
R J ThcrrM 1 1000
Goiner Thomas I Ofri I
John James 1 1Oi i
II E Gites 1 iO
And In accordance with law and an or
del of the board of directors made on trm
1nh l day of October loot so much of each
parcel of such stock as may be necessary
will be sold at public auction at the offiia
of the treasurer Ll West South Tempi
treet Sail Lake City Utah on the 21st
day of December IHJP at 10 a m to pay
the delinquent assessments theron to
gether with the costs of advertising and
expenses of sale HARRY F EVANS
Secretary
Notice of Assessment No3
THE CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION OF
Salt Lake City principal place of busi
ness Salt Lake City state of Utah
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of
the Cambrian Association of Salt Lake
City Utah held October 19 1909 as
sessment No3 of 1000 per share was
levied upon tie capital stock of the
corporation payable immediately to N
L Morris the treasurer of the associa
tion at his uffK1 21 West outi Tem
pit street Suit Lake City Utah
Any stork upon which this assess
ment mav remain unpaid on the J9t
day of November 1909 will he delin
quent and advertised for sale at publio
auction and un esg payment is made
before will he sold on the urn day < rt
December 19u at ten oclock a n
at the treasurers office 21 West Soutl
Temple street Salt Lake City 1iah ti > i
pay the delinquent assessment thereon
together with the cost of advertising
and expense of sale
HARRY EVANS Secretary
Stockholder Meeting
NOTICE OF SPECIAL PT1K tOLD
era meeting of the HeraldRepublican
Publishing company
To the Stockholders of the HeraldRe
publican Publishing company
Notice is hereby given that a Spe
cial Meeting of the Stockholders or the
HeraldRepublican Publishing company
haa been called by the Board of Direc
tors of said company to be held on the
20th day of December 1909 at 1 lo
In the afternoon of said day at tie prin
cipal place of business of said compare
at the building where the said Board fr
Directors usually meets namely at t the
offices of said company 167 South Main
street in the city of Bait Lake uuntv
of Salt Lake and state of Utah
That the object of said meeting is tn
consider and act upon the ptop situm
that said company create a bonded indebt
edness of one hundred thousand Hollars
100000 in gold coin of the United State
to bear interest at the rate of 6 por J cenr
per annum for the purpose of paying th
indebtedness of said company now owlnr
to William A Clark and to secure th
bonded indebtedness so created by a mort
gage or trust deed upon all the persona
property assets and franchises now
owned by said HeraldRepublican Pub
lishing company to authorize the boarl
of directors to issue said bonds and mort
gage or trust deed and to authorize the
officers of the company to execute the
T order of the board of directors of
the HeraldRepublican Publishing company
oany
n r JACKLINO President
GEORGE E HALE Secretary
Notice of Assessment No2
PALMYRA GOLD A COPPER MIN
ing Co principal place of business
Salt Lake City Utah Notice Is hereby
given that at a meeting of the directors
held on the 24th day of November 1909
an assessment of two 2 mills per
share was levied on all the Issued and
outstanding shares of the capital stock
of said corporation payable immediate
ly to the secretary of the company at
room 3 138 So State St or by mll
to P O Box No 1884 Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on Wed
nesday December 21 1909 will be de
linquent and advertised for sale at
public auction and unless payment Is
made before will be sold on Wednes
day January 19th 1910 at 1230 p m
at the companys office room 3 138 So
State st Salt Lake City Utah to pay
the delinquent assessment together
with the cost of advertising and ex
pense of sale
J W CARLSON Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah
Office room 3 138 So State street
First publication Nov 27 1909
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ESTATE AND GUARDIANSHIP OF
Franz Jungk incompetent The under
signed will sell at private sale 275 shares
of the capital stock of the Cumberland
Ely Mining company a corporation on or
after Tuesday the 14th day of December
1909 and written bids will be received at
JB West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah Terms of sale 10 per cent of
the amount of bid at time of sate bal
ance of price upon confirmation by tha
court
JUSTUS JUNQK Guardian
Dated December 1 U0 >
Notice of Sale of Real Estate
ESTATE OF JOHN JOHNflON DL >
ceased
The undersigned will tell at private saie >
the following described property situated
in Salt Lake City and county state of
Utah to wit
Commencing at the northwest corner of
lot 5 block 26 plat B Salt Lake City
survey running thence east 4 rods thenr
south 7O4 feet thence east 4 feet then >
south 4 feet thfive east 29 feet thenc
south O1 i feet thence west 33 feet then
north 5tA 4 feet thence west 66 feet thenc
north 744 feet to place of beginning
On or after Saturday the 18th lay of
December 11fJ > and written bids will L n
received at the office of Stephens Smith
Porter 601 Judge building Salt Lak
City Utah Terms of sale cash upon
confirmation
ANNA M JOHNSON
Administratrix
Dated this 6th day of December A D
1909Stephens Smith ft Porter Attorneys
for Kfctate of John Johnson Deceased
Dividend No1
LITTLE BELL CONSOLIDATED
Mining Co At a meeting af the Board
of Trustees held December 3rd Utos
a quarterly dividend of 5 cents per
share was declared payable on De
cember 22nd 1909 Transfer book
close December 18th 1909
JOSHUA B BEAN Secretary
j I Cure You Forever
of
KnottctlVelDs
Nervous
Debility
Blood
Poison
I give these THREE DISEASES
my particular attention Dont fool
away your time and money any
longer but come to me and get a
CURE I will relieve you at once
and cure you quickly for a email
outlay of money and without cut
ting pain or poisonous drugs
NO INCURABLE CASES TAKES
I Dlagaes by KxeluiiloB
MEDICINES XI < MM per cure
Dont be misled by some one who
will promise anything to get your
money You may pay me by the call
week month or after cured to suit
yourself No risk Dont delay an
oSier day
CONSULTATION FREE
lIeun IS S B am 10IS
Call at once if you want my opin
ion FREE OF ANY CHARGE
SALT LAKE MENS MEDIC II
STTTUTE
1591 So Main St
Salt Lake City Utah
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DIVIDEND PAYERS 1
ARE WELL BOUGHTi
Market Action Indicates De
cember Disbursements As
sured Raid on Sioux
Buying of Iron Blossom and Colorado
yesterday continued to indicate that divi
dends for December are pretty well f
sured Iron Blossom wall In demand at
71c to 74c closing at 73c while Colorado
went from Sic to 8Sc dropping back to 82c
A 10000share block of Sioux Consolidated
vas taken at 41c in the morning when a
hal raid was inaugurated which caused
it ti tcll as low as S9c Lower Mammoth
w s forced down to 45c and Uucle Sam
iiid I i firm at 49c to 50c Columbus Con
tclulatvd went from 160 to i47 upon
ino of its ever otherday declines Grand
central was steady at 24214 to a45 and
Nw York Bonanza was strong at He
Total number of shares sold 80335
value 34373 Closing quotations and the
days sales
I Kurtnoon II I j Afternoon
J II
Bid Asked Bid Asked
Addie S oi 5
Ajax l4 33Wi II 34 35
Bck Tunnel Wi 13 14
Kg Hill 02 02
fling Amal lr 12 l i 08 j 1 12
Black Jack 4it I i 09 08k 09
Huston Con OJo i 2050
Bullock lin 02 i i 01 I I 02
tarisa 50 I 70 I oN1 70
i
Vdar Tal 04V 05 I > > 1 05
Century I 07 I 00 OT < 09
Colo Mining > 2 S3 S5 I 84
Cin Con j I 1 152 i 160 II i 14 I 150
frown Point I 05J t 06 06
ajJudge 400 500 500
Illy i Calumetl JO I 33 I I 35
K r Point OH 1 oi
E l Tin Con i 01111 03 02
i Tin Dev li i 08 I 06S 08
E T G KI OOlzl 09i I 004
3rand Cent 212 W 245 1 24 2ini
Crutli I 05 < i t2 OH
lilt P O 1 1 lido i l02H
Iril Quen 01 03 I 11114
Injo Gold M Wl Iii J I 07
I ion Bios 1 n 2 i 73
Iiun King1 1
I Jo Flowers O 1 I 8 02
It > stone
IdKing I OH 11
Km Tintic
Tintc
Little Bell ia IMM lW 165
Little Chief iaa M I 8
L Mammoth a 4 4
ilaj Evans
ison VaL 110 1 1N 195
Va 1W
l v Day 1 W 20
111 IIU1 H
Mm Flat 0 ooy 1
Mi Lake M 411 05
Moscow
lvEcow
McKinley 1 0
Nov British M I I
Nec Hills M 70 70
li
Xtw York It 13 14 14
Ohio Copper BJ5 540 iSa 550
Opohongo I a 27
Pohe Met 1 04 otA
rince Con IM 1 I ieo 102
I
In > vo 117 I Ol 0
UJ War 435 t 439 440
Rih An 10
Sa ramonto 112
Rot Chief
Seven Tro CB 1 10
Silver King SWH 4 Ifl 405
Slver Shield 03
Sioux Con 40 4
South Col 7 4 07 0
S Iron Bios US 09 01
Iro B I
Swan Con 09M
Tintic Cent M 1 01 i
Tintic Com M
Uncle 3sm si 49 5
Utah C 04 06 Illi 0
Victor Con 04 4 05
Victoria CD ie I o 17X
West U Cop li 260K
West Nev K
Yer Co Col N e 05M
Zsnoii 1 1
Forenoon Sales
Black Jack l09088Kc I
ColoradoaWSlc SSQ i
Colodo3c
DalyJudge 16f5
East Crown Poiat1N1
East Tintic Gold KingI
Grand Central lOifmnifc
Iron Blossom M e71o SKMjnok bare
20072c
Lower Mamseoth14 4c
Mason Valley WWUl
Prince Con3N6flW 4OS1
PTOVA l40007c seller 6 UUUTC
Red Warrior 1006440
Wariorl
Sliver Klng300fW O
6her
Sioux Con60 9 c 109j3Qg 4lc NIS1a
UO I ide ilO0iE C i000c UN
buyer 60
South Col ConJ 0Va8c S0 7c
CI < I
Suth Co
Tintic Central108054c seller sC
Vitoria2I
I Open Board
Opn oar
Beck Tunnel MM614c s
Black Jack 30s9ftc
Ce 2 a rTalisman lCOO5c
Col uinbus M00HW
Indian QUO 13
Iron Blosaom 8s O72c MnsjRsv t Hv
74c aw73c seller V
Mt Lakell
Ciaio Copper 10M530
Tlntic Central20008c IslIsr
Vnclj Sam 1005 SOC
Shares sold 49135
Selling value 11993750
Afternoon Sales
I Afernon
Beck Tunnel 50013c
rolorado600iS3c 20085c ImjrW I 400
I 1 4c 200S3c teller 0
t lttrnbus11OOl 52 30 4I0
I 1 47 > s
I Grand Central2XHg24o
I Indian QueenlJWijSc
I ITo Gold Il00fl < ic
I Iron Blossoml ift73c seller I 10
73 51063 100iiT2i seller 60
Lower Mammoth 10 > g46c 200Ac
Nw ork17Il1c
i 1Iutu1510 4
Seven Trougb20iXg9c 49 c
Soux Con 6lKKf40c 100039c seller 0
9r4Qc buyer 21 m 5fiOglOc
1
Suth Columbus Con 5007c
Uncle Sam1O649c seller 0 IQ
He seller 0 I1JOdik
rtah Con10Wjic l 5000 4Hc
Open Board
Black Jack SOOfiSc
Colorado80082c seller 30 309S3c 20
olol
i < o82c seler 3 3081
Crown Point9OH 3 > ic
Lower Mammoth I0043c
South Columbus Con 500e7 4c
I Sioux Con 303yc seller 0
Uncle Sam20OiOC
I Shares sold 321
Selling value 14tiS50
FEDERAL ELY LEADS
IN UNLISTED ISSUES
Federal Ely continued in good dcmanj
with sales of 3000 shares at 18c to I9c
The only other unlisted Issue traded in
was Lntah Treasure Hill of which 800
shares were sold at lOc Closing quota
tions
ton I
iBd I ske
Federal Ey 1 18 19
Ey Wltc 2 I
OhIo Kentukv 1
McDonald Ely 2
Mammoth 9 I 1o
Untah Treasure Hill 10 I 1
Ores and Bullion I
+ Smelter settlements yesterday rt 4
4 ported by Jlcio mci Co Ores +
ffej1 bullion VOrjO + I
4 Silver va < hot < j t Sixe copper +
+ We lead 44c f
+ + + + + + 4 H I
SCRANTON MINE 1 I
INCREASE FORCE
Great Lead and Zinc Ore
Bodies Are to Be Devel
oped Deeper
The Scranton Mining company operat
ing in North Tintic is about to Increase
Its force that it may extend Its campaign
of development The mine hasbeen open
ed to a depth not exceeding 200 feet and
a remarkable system of lead and zinc ore
bodies have been opened for 1080 feet on
boies opned
the strike While the company has m
Cpn
a large production and yet has a huge
tonnage in sight I t believed that much
greater wealth will be encountered at
depth
Mtnry Jones mine superintendent who
supteud
was li the city yesterday buying supplies
in view of the increased activity planned
believes that th ora bodies > I that zone
in
are among the strongest to b found
the wet The fissuring system I the
of developed
same he says as is that ovary
in the Oqnirrh range
oped mining camp
oPd m1DC i Ouirh
of mountains comprising a series of north
ard south fissures with another series
of east and west fissures which fault the
formation to the south and west There
is also a system of mineralbearing as
sures which trend northeafci and 8 t
aur in which are found temi 0 iron
carbonates underneath which from 10
to 13 feet are the zinc carbonates
New Ore Body Yields Well
The mineralization appears to be
stronger and more persistent on the south
end of th Scranton property Mr Jones
says than it Is on the north end About
la a ear I ago he discovered a new body of
lead ore in the Essex No 2 claim on the
south ping continuously end from which h has been alp
The mine carbonates found underneath
the zn ore are a leached product hav
ing been originally sulphides In the E
I
sex No 1 claim is the famous Wolf zinc
stope which is 2J5 feet long and from 1
to 2 feet wide Operations at present are
tarried on from the 50foot the 15foot
and the lower tunnel levels
The Eureka Scranton Mines company Is
a new corporation in which Hr Jones and
orpraton on a
associates a interested I owns a roup
of claims adjoining the Scranton prop
erty on the south and it i the intention
to soon begin active development work
COPPER STTOCK PRICES
ON BOSTON MARKET
Boston Copper Range
James A Pollock 4k Co bankers and
brokers 6 West Second South street fur
i nish the following received over their
private wire
Bo Con L865 2 21U 80 2
Butte Cor 8 2 0 2 3
Butte Lon 7C
Bte
Cal MIr 20 102 102 102 L60 I
Con Mercur It I
Cop Rrange 115 8 8 8 8
Cum Ely 1658 9 10 I H t
Davis Vest I
Davis Daly 280 61 54 i 5H
East Butte 261Hz lift 1H4 Itti
Ely Con 8Bc
Giroux Con 1550 1114 lift 1H4 life
Qranby Con 101 101 101 lM
GreeneCan 1S70 12V6 12 1 2
Nev Con 325 2 2 2H 27
Nev Utah 600 4 1 1 1H
Nlpissing 5 U 1 1 1
North Butte 8108 61Vt 6 51 0
Trinity lie
United C com I 8 8 8
U S S com 235 53Mi i G 5
pfd 5 128 6 62 fl
Utah Con 415 45 < 4 45 4 4
Sup Boa 1170 1 14 1 14
Bay Cent 200 2 2 243 254
L Rose 6 5 6 43144 i
SP 210 16 is lSl ia
Chief Con 120 2 2 193 1J
Boston Copper Close
I I Bid Asked
Mohawk IIT6f
Parrot I6 I 0
Santa Fe 0 I 3V
Tennessee Copper 35 4000
Utah Copper 1 58 10
Wiona 81 11
Z 3L0013650 I
Cbin 21 7
Hel ta 5 8i5
Lake YO 5IJ
II 186tA 187
North Lake 8 31 10
8 8 P lfO
Adventure 17 725
Az co 47 O
Ahumeek 22000 0O
Ailnek ZO 20
B 12 175
B Ely a1 aZ
Co Ct Z
Ely Central 1 15
F National i1 58
R Central 1 50
MajestIc 9 I
Nevada Utah 13754 15
Rh Cn 170 190
Shatu n
Que 24 S
Yukon 50 512
ChIno 88 0
Inspiration 72 77
Cctus 40 40
B Coall 2f 10
C H f 5
L Sle 1100 1925
Mexico Con i5
Old Dominion 50 fi
Quncy 0 S
Shannon 1 110
Tamarack DO 0
Victoria 17 4m
Wyandot 15 275
Hancock 2 2075
2500 2L00
Ryae 0 S0
Kew 460 425
Newhouse Ii 17
8 B 1425 147
oil 0 2700 3860
01 18
Utah Apex 410 48
Mlam 1 1
Alots 5000 6
Atlantic no n1
Gas 0 O
I Black Mount G 50
I Chemung 10
Indlaia 775 800
Indiaa 7 80
La Rose 698 t 60
National 1 5
One l27 212
Ray Con 15 17
Leaf 100 10
Tonopab 187 615
Tonoph 1 1
Yumua 12 16
Gila 727 812
Gia 81
Chief 19 200
Fanlin 1175 lU
C c I 225 250
luls 1 80
Michigan u 71 71
i
BISCUIT ORE BODY IS
MUCH LARGER AT DEPTH
The finding a short time ag o me
foot of hlgh gad silver ore at 1 t
in the winze which Is being sunk from tbe
900foot level or the Biscuit mine at
Cherry Creek is followed by tb report
horn the mnc that at 100 feet dUI tbo
winse U en trely in ore A drift S to
be run from the bottom of the tVln o
which is the 1000foot level of th mine
to explore the new ore body Later tie
shaft will Ie I sunk to tha 1000foot level
The Biscut ores run K high in silica
that they are In demand to b used as
lining for Multer furnaces and It is ex
ptctfl that regular shlpisents will soon
be inaugurated
EXPECT UNCLE SAM
II
TO DECLARE DIVIDEND
Directors of the Uncle Sal Consolida
ted Minlir company are expected at the
regular nioh meeting today to post
the regular oivid ad o 2 c nU a siiare
P tt hough nj official forecast of their a
tcn han been made Superintendent
Qiiggs is enthusiastic over the rec < nt developments
velopments 11 the mine which aftortl
thr p faces from which shipping ore is
being taken and his report to the direc
tors is oxp < oteri to be highly gratifying
Mr Oriirjrs is confident as well of soon
opening the nw nrp body in the lowest I
level of the May Day mine I
COPPER MERGER IS
BEING WORKED OUT
Rumor Is That Cerro de Pasco
Will EnterDelay to
Be Expected
The Cerro de Pasco Copper company
is now mentioned prominently in con
nection with the proposed merger of
the Amalgamated Guggenheim and
ColeRyan properties The Cerro de
Pasco company is controlled jointly by
J B Haggin who owns 310 the Hearst
estate 210 J P Morgan 110 I C
Frick 110 H McK Twombly 110 and
the Daly estate 110
According to an interest in close
Accordina wih the situation Cerro de
Pasco could give the copper consolida
tion a production of 60000000 pounds
of copper a year at the start and the
copper could be laid down in New York
at a cost of 8 cents a pound says the
Wall Street Journal
There have been no new develop
ments to speak of In connection with
the copper merger and as a result o
the agitation following the announce
ment of the Standard Oil decision no
details of the merger are anticipated
this year According to an interest
identified with them merger confer
ences continue to be held for the pur
pose of going over matters incident to
an ultimate merger but no effort is
being made to push the transaction to
a hasty conclusion
With the copper merger in abeyance
rumors concerning changes in plans
etc are natural One report has it
that the plans have been modified
since the Standard Oil decision and
the copper combination may no come
about for some time to com I is
true that there will b a delay in
grouping the properties but the Inter
ests associated with th proposed
merger are a confident as ever that
it will not be a great while before the
new consolidated company is launched
Much Is Conjecture
Statements have been made that
Amalgamated Copper would not b In
cluded in the merger but this can b
The
put down as mere conjecture
Amalgamated Copper company is con
trolled by Rockefeller interests who
are also dominant In the affairs of the
United Metals Selling company and In
ternational Smelting A Refining com
pany Should the merger be limited to
the ColeRyan and Guggenheim prop
erties the Amalgamated Copper com
pany through the United Metals Sell
Ing company would secure control of
at least 250000000 additional pound
of copper a year as the Guggenheim
copper thereafter would unquestionably
be handled by the United Metals Sell
ing company Which is the selling agent
compny
for close to 600000009 pound o cop
per a year including the product of the
Amalgamated ties and ColeRyan proper
tiesThe best Informed copper people
hold that i the merger goes through
be In the form originally
at all it will b fon orlaI7
intended that Il a consolidation of the
Amalgamated ColeRyan Guggenheim
and In all probability the Haggin In
terests A consolidation of the Amal
gamated and ColeRyan group and the
Guggenheim group as two separate organizations
ganizations might mean tbe first step
toward the greater consolidation
I San Francisco Quotations
James A Pollock a Co bankers and
brokers 6 East Second South street fU
private nish the wire following received over them
Bid Asked
GOLDFIELD I IAe
Sandstorm 40
Jumbo Extension 1 10
Both 100 no
Blue Bull 30 400
Silver 900
Siver Pck 80 0
Blue Bell 10 I 10
Lone Star 0 30
Lne
Or 0
Atlanta 10 10
Great Bend 20 10
Red Top Extension160
Florence 1
Diamondteld B B COn 1d
Ooldfield Daisy 80 0
Comb Fraction 40 4706
Great Bend Ext 1o
Gt Bend Annex 10
Kewanos 60 10
Portland 10
Crackerjack 10
Yellow Tiger 11
Goldfieid Con T 79334
Diamontld Tangle 100
C O D 660 360
Florence Este 2
COMSTOCK 1
Ophl 11 100
esicn 150 10034
Gould Cur a 0
Con Va N I
Savage
Hale I Norer D I
Yellow Jacket 100 11
Belcher 100
Confidence 10
Sierra Nevada II 5
Exchequer
Echeuer
Chollar
holar
Tonopah Nevada S 1
TOOP AH 1 I
Montana Tonopak
Tonop 25 20
Midway 17 1
West End Cons 11
Jim Buter 00 10
BULLFROG L I I
Bonnie dare U 14
Mayflower 0 m
Montgomery Mountain 02 03
MANHATTAN 0 0
Dexter 03 0
MlneralHfIl 0
OTHER DISTRICTS I
iir Ten0
Round Mountain 5500 5600
Rawhide Coalition 1900 1800
I
San Francisco Mining Stocks
San Francisco D 1Te official
closing quotations for mining tocks
today were al follows
Ala 10 Kent Con 10
Alpha Con 11 L W Con 18
Andes 18 Mexican 1 50
Belcher 1 Ol Odd Con 33
B B 6 10Phir 1 726
Bullion 18 Overman 6
Caledonia 18IOern 60
ChaI Con 32 Savage 10
Cholar 26 Scorpion 09
Clfdence 1 00 I Sag Belabor 1
Con C I V 89 SIerra Nev n
Con Imp 04 SIlver BIll i
Exchequer 21 lunion Con 61
G C 28 Uth Con 09
H N 47 IY Jacket 106
Julia 08 Y Con 05
Jula
JustIce 10 I
New York Mining Stock
Alice I 200 Leadv Con 05
Bruns Con 05 Little Chief 06
C T stock 28 Mexican 145
C T bnds 20 Ontario 225
Con C V 90 Ophir iso
Horn Silver 70 Standard 50
Iron Silver 165 Y Jacket 105
Boston Mining Stocks
Adventure 3 6ibMlchIgan 700
Aluouez 6600Mobawk 100
Amalg 8750 Nevad 27ee
Arizona C 475 Old D 5100
Atlantic HOO Parrot 29Z
Butte Coal 2976Qulne 800
C A 101O0Shannon 11150
C H 60 O Tamrck 100
centennial 3750Trinlty 1025
Copper Rg 8538 U S Min 5300
Daly West 800U S on 370
Franklin 1475Ltah 4475
Granb IOOOOVletor S75
Green Co 1 5IWlnon 80
Isle Hoyale 50Wolverine 140
Mass Min 751N Butte 025
Discovers Ore Near Utah Lake
Valuable dleoverles of silverlead ore
have been made recently b James Fish
er in the mountains weto Utah lade
according to advices from Provo With
Salt Lake associates Mr Fisher ir about
to commence developing his find
RYE PATCH TUNNEL
CUTS MANY VEINS I
Stringers of HighGrade Ap
pear Leading to Famous
Alpha Fissure
Several veins of milling ore have been
cut by the tunnel which is being driven
by th Rye Patch Consolidated Mines
company to open at a lower level the
compny opn I
great Alpha fissure which yielded millions
of highgrade ore in the early days when
it was worked to the depth of about 200
feet The tunnel will reach th Alpha
vein within another 3 feet it t believed
and that downward extensions of the
doubt Hen ore bodies will be found there Is no
duB
The tunnel has for some time been
cutting stringers of good ore at frequent
intervals said Superintendent Raymond
Ray In a letter received yesterday at
headquarters in this city The string
ers are becoming more numerous W the
work progresses and they are all lead
ing toward the Alpha vein When we
get through the rib of exceedingly hard
limestone which we are now cutting and
into more soluble lime good results are
certain
The Rye Patch is at the
company thE pres
ent time centering its efforts in driving
the tunnel which is to prove that the ore
bodies go down With this accom
plished it will undertake the building of
a mill to treat the lowgrade ores of
which large quantities were left in the
mine and on the dumps by former opera
tors
STRIKE GALENA IN
RED WARRIOR MINE
Drift Being Run for Big Car
bonate Body Finds New
Material
A drift which is being run from the bot
tom of the wine a short distance be
low the 400foot level of the Red Warrior
mine has encountered a sixinch stringer
of galenaore which carries 8 ounces in
silver and better than SO p cent lead
The strike is important as showing con
ditions which indicate permanency the
face of the drift being directly under
neath th 50foot body of carbonate ore
which a few weeks ago was opened be
tween the 300 and 400 levels
Such is the word brought from the
mine yesterday by W A Thomas and A
J Qurtln capitalists of Minneapolis who
came out t make a survey of Utah min
ing conditions In general and to see the
great strike In the R Warrior in par
tlcnlar M Thomas operates a private
wire brokerage house In Minneapolis and
the main object of his trip Is to deter
mine the advisability of adding western
mining stocks to the list of securities in
which he deals
Naturally th gentlemen were favor
ably impressed with what they saw in the
Red Warrior The work done on the big
body of carbonate ore has not yet disclosed
closed its limits and the discovery of ga
lena below appears to settle the matter
of prnc The company is ship
ping 1 and 20 tons of ore a day and the
production will be greatly Increased as
soon a the ore body is opened at new
points of attack

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