|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Western Mining Gazetteer|
WESTERN MINING GAZETTEER DIVIDEND PAYING TA15LE FOR INVESTORS. The. annexed carofullv prepared lalde hliowa tin total tin highest and lower-- t price of leading mining In the San Fram-iM-market during the monlh of duly and August, and nlo show tin extreme profit on each cluck winch might have liecii realized in the latter pnIcm. hlmrcK mouth: JULY. AUGUST. Name and Location Assessments. ok ('upi'nl Stock. Company. Ainie Con, Colorado s j Armenia, Nevada s Burlier A Walker, Utah o s 10 Hassiek, ('oloradoos Modic, California ; j0 lireeee Hill, Colorado s i 5 Caribou ('imi, Colorado 10 Chrysolite, Colorado si. j s Colorado 2 i Climax, Con. Virspnia. Nevada ; s ;.V1 Deadw-ood- , 10 Dakota t: Kureka Con. Nevada o s i 5 Kxeelsior WTr A M. Co.,Cal'a. . 10 Father de Smet, Dakotan Ill) 5 Freeland, Colorado Green Mountain, Californian, 10 llomestake, Dakota n.. Horn Silver, Utah s i.. 10 La Plata, Colorado s.. . . 2 2 Leadville, Colorado s Little Cliief, Colorado s i II) Little Piltslnirir. Colorado s i..., 20 Northern Belle, Nevada s. 5 Ontario, Utah s Stormont, Utah s Standard. Ciilifornia s (NN) (NN) (NN) INN) (NN) (NN) 00 1 (NN) lSSOj 1NS0 20 20 (NN) July 25 (NN)'Fel lNNOj 10 1SS() 200 (NN) 2 50 (NN) (NN) 1 1(N) (NN) ISO 474 (NNI JunelSTli 2 (N) 42 (NN) (NiO INN) 2IN) (NN) Mar Feh Mar Apr All" July Au" lSSOi 1SS0 1N80 1SN) 1SS0 1SN) 1SS() N25 (NN) Aug (NN) (NN) UN) (NN) UN) 240 (NNIJulylHN) 50 (NN) Mav 1SX0 l(N)NN) (NNI UNIi (Ni0j2m nni 25; (NN) (MKI 2HII INN) (NH) .pr 1S7S 1 i 10 INN) INNli2lNKNN) 10 (NN) INNi;2lNI (MNIi 51 . NN) ;NN) INNljl.jO (NNi; (NNIi INN)! 25! (NN). 50, I Ml 10 (NN) 1 (NN) (NNljKM 54 (KNCjm l(Nl2 S40 2(K) JlllielSSO 1 IN) 25 18N0 1NN0 Ti..r JlllvlSSO 50 50 50 50 00 25 350 (NNI.Mar 18 0 (135 (NK).Au" 1SN0 3 iNN) (NNllAU" 1SS0 1 (KK 2IN) Jan INN) 1:15 l()j. (NN) (KN) 50 (NN) (NN) I(N) (NN) lOO! 35 ;) 1MS0! 15 1 (NN) 1(N 12 5NI fti 1 (NNI'llNI (NN) 10' 150 000 150 (NN)' U (NNI (NNI; 1SN() lSSOj (NN) (NN) (NN) (NNI:2IN) INN) 1(N (NNI (NNI1 50 (NN).TTn (NN) (NNI !(NI Jul'v (NN) (N) 1SN) 000 All" 2(N) (NN).Jan 310 (NN)Au 150 (NNI Jan 51 250 2H) (NN) (NN) l(N) (NNI 1( N ) INN) (NNlijm (NN) 35 10 May Fell (NN) July 1S7S . 1 5(N)'Mar lsso! 2 315 N30iMnr 1NS0 1 S7 75 (NN)JunelSS0 37 ' 250 (NN)1 IN) (nn)au" :k) 2 (NN) (NNrAu" ISNIj 10 250 (NN) Ail" lSSOj 75 iso 1 (N) RELICS OF SPJNISU MINERS. lllack Hills paper give's the following advice to prospectors, which thev would do well to heed here as there. It savs: y No silver or geihl vein is cemtiuuemsly rich. The ore is To find one of found in ehamhers, chimneys or pots these before sinking tin shaft should he tin object of everv This is very easily done if the proper course is prospector. pursued. Instead of sinking a shaft on worthless ground, the work of which is absolutely thrown away and worse, it posh lively injures the claim; why not prospect tin surface, untieing the indications closely, and, if possible find a chamber to To find these ehamhers it is necessaryi' to have assink on? savs made. Not one or two assays hut several along the vein. Xo man can tell how rich on is bvi looking at it. Yerv often tin poorest looking on is the richest. It is necessary, then, to assav tin rock to know its value. Having found the richest spot on your vein, sink or drift on that. Never mind the conOik may find venience or the inconvenience of the place. thousands of convenient places to sink shafts and makegood dumps. Rut rich, r pay ore, in suflicicnt quantities is what is needed io sell a mine. Rear this fact in mind then, and look Do not he afraid to spend ten or fifteen dollars for pav ore. in assayingP to find this out. Do not trust to auv one assaver. 'lake tlu satin1 pulp to all assavers in your place. If they all aTee to within one or two dollars, vou mav feel safe. Rut if then is a rcater dillercnrc, try again. Keep cheeks of all .veiur assays. Having found the iieliest spot em your claim, sink there, no matter how iucouveiiieiit. In sinking; have assays maele every few fret. Wated) veiur eue cieisedy. If it gets poorer, and vein Vein e:m get more memey out ef a shaft are a poor man, stop! t Iiirtcn feet elen'p of rich on than you can out eif a shaft 150 I f fe(t eleep in poor eire. you have meausat yemr eommaml, whv re ahead; you will probably line! tlu rich ere ajraiu hv The riiat .blunder prospectors are sinking ehep enough. he afraiel te spenel making is in not assaying eneiujh. Do not It is money well sjent. a lew dollars in that wav. Dr. M. A. Rartleson has iu his oflice an antiquated copper A gen-erall- - 1 w 1 1 i (KN) 40 amount. (NN) INN) 1(N) (NN i I(N)' ADVICE TO PROSPECTORS. i To (NN)'Mav 1S7.1 :UIT Last and JunclSSO ;D (NNI t. Paid to date. I):ite ami aiu'nt of last. (NN) (NN) i ... Dividends. 4 155 (NN) (NN) Id Ill) Toiiilistiiine, Arizima s. (Nn)3IN) (NN)' 35! 10 (NNI 100 (NN) (NNl'ilN) (NN) 50 (NNI 2m (NN) 10 (NN)5tO (NN) l(Ni, (NN) UN) (NN) l(NI' 10 1 , ivul. to date, (NN) (NN) UN) (NiO 1(N) (NNI (NN) l(NI 000, 1 00, 1 Opliir, Nevada ns Ore Knoh. Carolina v Bielnmiud, Nevada s Uoliinsou Con. Colorado S. Joseph, Missouri. I July. Levied No. e There were 439,309 more chare void fu August than in MINES--188- 0. kettle and copper hall, supposed to have hecn intended for a camion hall, which were unearthed recently in a mine on tin west side of Socorro mountain. These relies of bygone davs were found thirty feet below the surface ef the earth. There were found nheuit thirty halls anel onlv tlu one kettle, and all f tluse artichs are ef pure reippcr. Thevketth jives evieh'iice 7 if having heen repeateelly patelied with iecis eif sheet copper, se rtielelv auel carehsslv reasonjmt tegethe?r that it is harelly i able to suppose that tin vessel was useel lor h hl nir tluiels. It has a handle on erne side ami traeesof one on the ether, anel it is themght it was useel for raising eiree emt of a shaft, which was e probably sunk when the Spaniards first oecupieel this country. 'riierc are many mines in the vicinity eif Socorra which give) evielence eif having heen werked in the distant past, hut ef that it is impossible terrain any iiiformatiem. Xrir Eastern Mines. If the.are are any snide iiiiiiinr companies in Rost on, and we are afraid there are a few, they may as well prepare for troublous times, for Deputy Tax Collector fileason is on the warwho can-mdavs are in store for theise path, anel pav their taxs. Aeeorelinjj tei the Massaehusetts statute's minintj and either eempanies ehartreel iu either State's hut business in Massachusetts, are sulijeet to a tax upon the'ir whether paid iqi er not, ef eme tveutieth eifeme1 capital per cent., which taxis payable in .lime and December, so that and lor a capital eif of .MM),(M)H the tax is lor a 1.()(M),U()0 it is 50D. Naturally a herus mining company iu the treasury, and only a rcpher he h for a with net assets mine, wemhl seek te avoid a tax whieh probably exeeeels tlmir capital, and te of iu the whole auieumt this enel numberless ixpeelieiits an adopted, which sometimts We warn these switullin cemce'rns, hovever, are that tlu'V will have to he aci ivc to eseape the clute'hi'S of who is a very skilfull expert at trapping liostun hl'ntiinixf, Oct. 0. it elei-i- sti-ek- nj , sue-emssft- Cel-h'e't- or (ih-ason- , wilel-eat- s.