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THE PIOCHE RECORD If 09 ! t s i i Ml B I 4 THE GREAT EZUKFErJG CATJP OF ' , SOUJTEIEIHira TJEVAIDA Is Reached Only By Trains of The Close Connection Made at Caliente, - Nevada From Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. . 1 EASTERN COMMENT 1'ne original Diana mav have emhraYs. HHHHHHtlHHM WWHWWWWWWWWWWty 0N metal MARKET, ed the two-fold object Of controlling tbe producers and the metal selllnc. Tn current .Issue of the Boston! To control the metal alone, it is ar- Commerclal tars: ued among the producers, would not Exports of copper from the port I solve the problem of overproduction. I New York for the week were 6,-1 That there is a movement on foot 272,385 pounds as compared with 10,-1 there is little doubt; that it can be 935,342 pounds for the week previous. I .ccessfully carried out is another ?nj 7,6?,226 pounds for the corre-1 question which time alone can an- pouding week of 1908. swer. The fact "that it has never Total exports for the calendar I been done ; before, and that several year to and Including Oct- 30 were elforts to corner the world's copper 26,31 1,719 pounds as compared with I and control production have failed 448,428,142 pounds for the correspond- is no argument or proof that It caa ing period of 1908, a decrease of 22,- not be done. Rut in no previous ef 114,423 pounds. .' Jort were such men of world-wide SILVER. I standing interested. Silver has again sold at 60 cents I It is now certain that Mr. Harri- rer ounce. The causes assigned for I man, before his death, was Instru the decline are mainly' commercial. mental in starting the present move- The tightening of money rates has I uaent, . and another evidence of . his no doubt had its effect in causing active interest in copper affairs it the liquidation both in the speculative! t,e fact that it was in accord with and In the commodity markets for his wishes that John D, Ryan was silver. Some apprehension has also elected president of the Amalgamated been entertained as to the continu-Co. to succeed the late H. H. Rogers. ance of trade activity in fields which I While Mr. Rogers was in command of Indirectly influence the demand for Amalgamated affairs no progress was silver. - made toward a coDDer combine, the Far eastern conditions, as manifest- original purpose of the Amalganm'ed ed in the assassination of Prince Ito I lers had not given up the Idea, as at Harbin, for instance, are calulated they always favored a thorough or to. promote caution in a'l matters af-1 anlzatlon of the copper industry. ltxted by Chino-Japanese relations. Mining World. ' Next to India the demand on the part of China for silver has hitherto been the most hopeful aspect of the marke For Further Information Write To RAILROAD TO' GRAND CANYON. T. C. PECK, Gen. Pass. Agent Los Angeles, Calif. K. C. TlRR, Dis. Pas. Agent Salt Lake City, Utah- antes Ao EJesbitt 0 8 The Dry" Goods, a complete stock. Boots, Shoes and Hats. One Price To All Main Street 9 6 f Pioche 8 .B Any unsettling of domestic conditions p .. . - '' or external Nations in that quarter "'"'7 Survey to Be Run Frtn. is calculated to react unfavorably on uund n 8' Lak Route. silver. LEAD. Tne preliminary survey of the ralV Thfere is a better inuuinr for lead ,oaa- that Is to connect the Grand and Indications are that there will K'anyoa of the Colorado with the be an advanco in prl e shortly. Pro- me Koute at Lund will bt Queers point to the .wide margin be- "xea this week. tweeu lead and Spelter at present The company which is orearilzea cuotations, A condition which is un ty Salt Lake and eastern capitalists. usual, and they predict that the dlf-1 was incorporated in Salt Lake City ference will be diminished by an ad-llf.st Thursday . and will be known vance in lead. Htnce they are of- is the Utah Southern Railroad com- fering but little. Shipments from Jop-ipany. l;n are only fair as tne low prices ao The company has a capltai 8t0ck not inierwsv vue ure y wuuvr. . r 1100,000, In shares of $100 .eack. SPELTER. . Qt which 900 Rharpn n ret YuilA In k The spelter market is dull as com- U easury. The officers are Frank A. burners are uui - :uve m wqumug Dudley, president; Victor E. Hunt- PIOCHE MANUFACTURING CO. p mm, steam rinERS and sheet meth workers, AIR PIPES, TANKS AND SAFETY STACKS A SPECIALTY. PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PIPE FITTING AND VALVES. Estimates given on all work on application. -. r O. H. SMITH, Manager. end those who have practically cor r ered the market seem to have things well in hand although prices are a little lower than a" week ago. This has encouraged consumers to believe that; ft reaction has set in and they ate willing to wait to,see how far it ' "11 go. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. Serial No. 04327. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. CARSON CITT, Nevada, October 1, 1909. ' Notice is hereby given that Jennie M. Miller, whose residence and post office address is Brookline, Massa chusetts, by Milton M. Lee, her at torney in fact, whose residence and postoffice address is Pioche, Nevada, has made application for a United States patent for the General Grant Lode Mining Claim Consolidated, sit uate in Ely Mining District, Lincoln county, Nevada, consisting of 1500 linear feet of the General Grant lode location and 1500 linear feet of the General Grant No. 1 lode location with surface ground with each not exceeding 6Q0 feet in width, as shown upon the official plat, being U. 8. M. S. No. 3701, described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic variation at 16 degrees, 20 minutes east, as follows towit:- Conmenclng at post No. 1, a cor ner of the General Grant lode, from Th utorv of the formation of a cop- which the section corner to sections per combination among the producers J Ioute will De commenced from Lund 20, 21, 28 and 29, T. 1 N., R. 67 E., Amerlca( which had its origin in I Bine by way of Toquerville in or Mt. Diablo Base and Meridian bears . recelvinK confirmation from iter to get an easy grade on to the noun 67 aegrees, 3t minutes, 47 sec- . ... ara . , onds east 618.1 feet distant; thence vious sources and that there is in north 84 degrees, 52 minutes east progress some kind of organization 1,000 feet to corner No. 1 of said there no longer seems to be any General Grant No. 1 lode from which doubt.- The character of the organ t- the aforesaid scetion corner bears zation alone appears to be in doubt, north 71 degrees west 448.9 feet dis- do far as the public is concerh- tant; thence south 0 aegrees, 8 mm- ed , The orlginai plan, it is as zlcker, first vice-president . and treas urer; H. C. Edwards, second wlce president; A. H. Peabody, secretary, and these with H. P. Clark, C E. Ashton and Jay Milner, form the !t lectorate. The company' takes for $10,000 a report made by J. C. White ! Cn. Itnrl Tiv FVanlr A nntu. P. I ...... .Wr. I . . . " Z . 1 lonV-nrf ,ro.lsW of the road. All hold one prices the highest since 1906 and the ; 8hare cf stock except . Dudley, wlie demand is still insistent. The car ; oda 94 sharea shortage hampers shipments and the . - ..thA.. h. Ai.trtot o tt,ouJ frank A. Dudley and Charles T. awaiting tbe -arrival from New York of J. . VV. Burke, an engineer . of; the ell known firm of railroad con fctruction .J. C. White & Co. 6f New Vork. On the arrival of Mr. ' Burke, that .day or Tuesday, a preliminary survey of the proposed railroad ins strenuous efforts to keep their customers supplied. This is likely to have a good effect on shipments Im mediately. - That Copper Combination. ' r.tes east 600 feet to corner No. 1 2 serted, was for a direct organ nwawA ss- v w o w 52 minutes west 1500 feet to corner pects to be at La Verkin by Friday or Saturday. The fact that Mr. Inman is with Mr. Dudley seems to confirm the rumors that they have joined Inter ests. It will be remembered that Mr. Inman was at the head of a company which proposed building a line to connect the Harmony coal fields J. S. FREE ' E. A. TAYLOR FREE & TAYLOR Mines and Mining Engineering Mines Bought and f " - Sold. Prospects Developed, ; Mines Examined and Reported On 1 Information concerning Pioche furnished on application. Salt Lake City office 331 D. F. Walker Bldg. Pioche, Nev. office Thompson Blk. ; No. 8 of said lode; thence north 5 under one general corporation, or with the Salt-Lake Route at Lund, degrees, 8 minutes west 600 feet ta hiocKnoiaing company, aner me man corner. No. 4 of said lode; thence ner of the Amalgamated Copper Co. south 84 degrees, 52 minutes west" A new story coming from Boston 500 feet to corner No. 2 of said Gen- jias it that the organization proposed eral Grant lode; thence north 58 de- i8-merely a .metal buying find selling grees, 16 minutes west 1500 feet to ; company, . with sufficient world back corner No. 3 of Bald lodejthence nort 1 . tn . t), ,.,,. nf tha ,-i 84 degrees 52 minutes east 1000 feet ,ng to cntro1 th? inf 5 to cofner No. 4 of said lode; thence rld' buv u? Ahe Prse,nt octa. of south 58 degrees, 16 minutes east lDe metai ana inen 8611 n on1' 81 an 7 500 feet to said corner No. 1, the advance and reasonable profit. .-.',. place of beginning; - containing a to- j The original plan may have been tal area, of, 41.321 'acres,- expressly changed or modified, or the scope of excepting and excluding therefrom y ' i I;ir.iiii, ' ;; ' however, 1.727 acres, are in conflict between said General Grant No. 1 Tode and the Swansea No. 7 Lode, unsurveyed,. the. total- area claimed 'Marble Springs" WHISKEY JChoicest of WINES J CIGARS the Best Excellent SERVICE lee Geo. W. Page e Proprietor. f and applied for being 39.594 acres. These claims are situated in sec lions 20, 29 and 28, T. IN., R. 67 I.E., Mt. Diablo Base and Meridian. Each of said lode locations embrac ed within said mining claim consoli dated being of record in the office of the recorder of said mining district at Pioche, in Lincoln county, Nevada. The nearest known locations are the Legal Tender and Tribune, sur vey No. 3557, Red Rock No. 2, sur vey No. 3661 and Swansea No. 7 lode dnsurveyed. I direct that this notice be publish ed in the Pioche Record at Pioche, Nevada, the newspaper published nearest said mining claim, for a per iod of sixty days. LOUIS J. COHN, Register. Lawrence & Robertson, Attorneys for applicant, Salt Lake City, Utah, First pub. Oct. 9; last Dec. 11. . ; Attention A scientific sparring exhi bition between JACK ODELL . .1 . ... land the OKLAHOMA ROSE BUD will take place at the Miners' Union Hall on Nov. 20, 1909, under the auspices o! the Pioche Athletic Club and also to connect with Cedar City, and the iron and coal fields in Iron county. ' The main object of the railroad now proposed seems to be to tap the Immense body of timber (our bil lion feet) on the Kiabab Plateau, this side of the Grand Canyon. Then there will be a big tourist travel to the Grand Canyon during the sum mer months, which will doubtless as sume big proportions when It be comes known that the view 'of the Grand Canyon from the Kiabab plat eau is . vastly superior to that obtain ed from the south side, which l reached by a branch of the Santa Fe liom Williams. It is estimated that this branch carries 50,000 tourists eah vear, to the Grand Canyon, whfcre they get an inferior view. With the superior attractions afforded this side it may be supposed that the tourists travel would, greatly exceed that of the Williams branch of the Santa Fe. If the preliminary survey shows no serioii3 obstacles the line will no doubt be built, for 'there will be paying business for it from the start Two good preliminaries will preceed the main event. Cumberland Ely absorption by Ne vada Con. was an excellent piece of advevrtising for the camp. Among oiher things it has brought increased .ind cprprnf mn vfpHin that tha rnmia General admission, $1.00, rwerved a mlghty strong factor in the cop- Deeds, Mortgages, Location notices1 eU, 50 cents and $1.00 extra. Doors er su.uauon 01 tne woria,ana par- The Ely Mergdr. and other blanks for sale at the Rec- oper1 at 8:30. c-d office. olucers. White Pine News.