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THE CASH GROCERY OF EL PASO
3nXEVG AXD OIL NEWS.
Ore Averages $200 Per Ton.
Mncli Development Work
The Sierra Pinto Mining company, of
Los Angeles, Calif., operating1 mines 20
kilometers from San Jorges bay on the
gulf coast of Sonora, Mexico, reports
that for the first hair of June the pro
duction was 22 Tons of ore averaging
5200 per . ton, and concentrates aim
bullion brought the total recov
ery of $6700, a good record, in
amuch as the work has only
just been placed In running order. The
total recovery for June will be about
20,000, and this is expected to be in
creased to ?30,000 per month.
The property, together with the San
Jorges Bay & Eastern railroad, was
purchased last year by the present
companv, which has spent ?50,000 in
placing the equipment in thorough or
der and developing the mine itself. Six
teen miles of railroad track has been
relaid a new 25 horsepower hoist and
four drill compressors installed and
400 foot trestle which burned down,
has been replaced by a fill. Numerous
buildings have also ben erected.
Los Pintos mines has the record of
having produced about $600,000, most
of the ore having been carried to Quit
ovac, and run through a three stamp
mill, while the higher grade produc
tion was reduced on the ground in ar
rastras. The last 4000 tons were milled
r, -r tav -cclh tha nresent
MEXICO MINE, HIS
at odu 0 " ."7,- nf fmir Joshua also of El Paso, has conveyed his In
equipment. co listing of ou J0S terests in the Cafe, Excelsior and RecK
TTardv two stamp batteries of 1-00 tone. .,,- ,, tt -
each, rock breakers, feeders and two
Bartlet concentrators, the whole hav
ing a capacity of 30 tons in 24 hours.
Every opening in the mine is re
ported looking well. On the 250 foot
level is two feet of ore averaging $130
a ton, and on the 400 level two feet of
ore averaging $50 per ton.
DEMIXG 3IIXIX6 CO. IS
INCORPORATED; $50,000 CAPITAL.
Deming, N. M., July 25. The Copper
Glance Mining company, with a capi
tal stock of $50,000, has been Incor
porated, the Incorporators' being Joe
Hitchens, Sig. Lindauer, A. TV. Pol
lard and two daughters of Mr. Hitch
ens. This company is organized to
work a copper-silver prospect near the
old Hadley workings In the Cook's
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MINING AND OIL. NEWS.
Silver City Properties dose
Down El Paso Men in
Silver" City, N. M., .Tuly25. The So
corro Mines company, operating the
Little Fanny and other mines in the
Mogollon district, shipped ten gold and
silver bullion bars last week.- The bars
weighed almost a half ton and the
stage was well loaded on its return trip
of 90 miles from Mogollon to this city,
where the bars were delivered to one
of the local banks, which expressed
them. This company also sent a ship
ment of concentrates which averaged
$1100 per ton, and is sorting a large
quantity of ore at the mines which will
run $2000 per ton. This rich ore is
being sacked and a shipment will soon
be made. Vice president TVm. A. Bar
ber, of New York, is at the camp.
The Mangas Development company,
organized largely of Duluth capitalists,
has shut down its development work in
the Burro mountain mining district.
The uncertain situation In the copper
market is given as the reason for the
suspension, which, according to a state
ment given out by Joe E. Saint, who
promoted the company and is Its vice
president, will be only temporary, and
.that just as soon as the copper market
becomes regulated or stable again,
work will be resumed upon a larger
EI Pasoans in Mine Deals.
Peter Wehner, of El Paso, has deed
ed all his interest in the Superior mine
to J. P. O'Conner, and D. W. Reckhart,
hart mining claims to Mr. O'Conner.
The Superior is a patented mine and the
Reckhart olaims are promising, but un
patented. All afe situated in the Pyra -mid
or Shakespeare mining district,
near Lordsburg The Superior has a
record of considerable production. The
other properties have had considerable
development prosecuted upon them.
Al Dano is working a number of
claims in the Chloride Flat district, two
miles west of this city, and is making
regular shipments of 30 tons of ore
dally to El Paso. This district has a
number of producing mines, the most
famous of which in earlier days was the
76 mine, owned by M. "W. Bremen, who i
took out a large fortune in a short
period of time when silver was at a
high price. This mine is now -owned
by his widow and, with other mines
owned by her, has -not been recently
worked, although known to be very
rich in silver ore.
The hearing of the contest of the ter
ritory against the Azure Mining com
pany. Involving the Morrill and Tran
gular claims, in the Burro mountain
district, has been closed, and all papers
and testimony have been forwarded by
clerk E. B. Venable, before whom the
hearing was held, to the Las Cruces
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spoken, recited and sung in Chinese, the address of principal Chu was in Chinese and even the music was Chinese.
land office. There was a large volume
of testimony taken and numerous maps
and exhibits were introduced in evi
dence. District attorneys Frank J.
Wright represented the territory and
"Wilson & "Walton the mining company.
The territory contends that the mines
are on school ground and asks to be
allowed to select other and in lieu
WORKINGS IN ONE
MINE 200 MILES
Great Property of Phelps
Dodge Company in So
nora Is ery Eich.
Six -miles from. Nacozari, Sonora.
Mexico, the terminus of the railway
running south from Douglas, A'rlz., in
the great Pilares copper mines, owned
by" the Moctezuma Copper company,
one of the subsidiary holdings of
Phelps, Dodge & Co., there are 200
1111 1 V VI- w ..-..0 I
Like the mines of Cananea, its ore
..,.. .. . co nc to warrant
bodies were so immense as to warrant
as well as necessitate the building oi
a railroad. The tonnage of ore pro
duced last month amounted to about
27.000 tons. The high grade ore, of
.i.jv. vior nt-o m-pAt ouantities, 1st
shipped to the Copper, Queen smelter
at Douglas; the low grade, carrying
sulphides, is concentrated in the mill
at the property, and the concentrates
then shipped to the same smeUer.
Developmenka'nd Ore Bodies.
Besides the 200 miles of workings,
there are two great shafts, one called
the Pilares, the other the Esperanza,
both of which are operated by the tun- j
nel system through which the mine Is
drained. Electric motors are used to
haul the cars from the underground
workings to the surface.
The ore body of the Pilares mine is
said to be the second largest in the
world, and there is enough ore in sight
for constant extraction for the next
The cut and fill sytem of mining is
employed, filling up within six feet of
the back, and then six feet of ore is
extracted, making about 12 or 13 feet
cut after it Is finished. The fills are
run through raises. Machine drills are
employed, and work is in progress in
all the level.
A large power plant tand four large
boilers with automatic stokes are fea
tures. The company will Instal a new
electric hoisting engine and a 25,000
cubic feet air compressor. The com
pany has one of the best equipped
stores In northern Sonora under the
management of C. H. Melcher. form
erly of EI Paso, also a large hospital
capable of handling over 2500 patient.
0". S. "Williams, jr., is superintendent of
the Pilares part of the propertj. and
C. T. Shultz the Esperanza side of it.
MIXER'S CHEST REF"UES
TS LORDSBURG DISTRICT.
Cnr Load of Ore Is Shipped Dillx
Found In Pence Mine "New Com
pany Enters Mlnlnsr Field.
Since the rsumption of operations at
the Miner's Chest mine, in the Lords
burg district, Xew Mexico, under the
management of S. W. Maltbic, steady
shipments of ore averaging a carload
dally have been maintained. The Miser's
Chest Is one of the oldest mines in the
Virginia district with a good past
shipping record. The ores are copper
and gold In a silicious matrix. There
is a large tonnage of ore blocked out
above the fifth level.
The Pence Mining company. In same
district, has encountered a heavy flow
of water in the deepest workings of
the old Aberdeen shaft at a depth of
500 feet, necessitating suspension of
operations until the arrival of a larger
pump and additional power equipment.
A car load of machinerv has been
transported to the mine from Lords
burg, and when Installed the mine will
be in active operation again.
In the same district several thou
sand dollars worth of machinery Is be
ing shipped to the Atwood properties,
acquired by Leber and Cook, who have
organized a new company called the
American Bjauty Mining company.
XEW MIXE SUPERINTENDENT.
Stanley C. Sears, a mining engineer,
has taken control of. the mines and.
mills of the Mexican Consolidated com
pany at San Pedro, above Guanacevi.
Analysis Shows 68 Percent
Yalne in Property Near
In the Mack's mining district eight
miles west of Nutt, a station on the
Santa Fe railroad, between Rincon and
Deming, X. M, a discovery of tin ore
has been made in the Dude mine? an old
property familiar to the oldtimers in
that part of Xew Mexico. The property
has been worked for over 20 years by
different owners' and lessees for silver
?"" ". " is ." c.vticn.c
I Southwestern part of Sierra county.
,,! 1 ,1 . T. t I , ,-
Lately the mine has been acquired by
the Good Luck Mining company, a Phil
adelphia, Pa., concern, and is under the
management of T. J. McKenna.
fTha development work consists of
one shaft 200 feet deep and another 300
feet deep, sunk 200 feet apart, which
are connected by a drift at the
200-foot level. On the 300-foot level
there is over 500 feet of drifting. I
The tiu ore resembles black zinc Ulend j
aicaiauuc, aiiu uuuvi kilia uilJUinca
idea the ore was thrown over the dump,
as the old 'time miner-, had no use for
zinc. But In sinking from the 200 foot
ieel the ore became so abundant, the
vein being eight feet wide, that an ana
lysis of the ore was thought advisable;
and suerintendent McKenna sent sam
ples of It to Philadelphia. Greatly to
the surprise of all it was found to con
tain GO percent tin. Other later assays
gave GS percent tin.
Preparing For Concentrator.
The Good Luck company is preparing
to instal a heavier hoisting plant' and n
concentrator to treat the tin contained
in the dump. The company owns 13 j
claims. The Dude lode is very wide
on its outcrop, being in places over
300 feet wide. Adjoining the Dude
group are seven claims covering the
extension of the same lode, owned bv
Mack's Mining company of Chicago.
DEVELOPMENT "WORK HEAVY
IX MOGOLLOX DISTRICT
Dendwood Mines Are Unwnteretl; Ernes
tine Mill Resumes Operations;
Pipe Line Xenrs Completion.
Mogollon, X. M., July 25. The Dead
wood mines shaft has been unwatered
and sinking has been resumed. Por
tions of the old workings, recently
caved, have been cleaned out and the
ventilation is again normal. Prelimi
nary arrangements for the erection of
their mill are about completed and
grading will be started soon.
The Oaks company has acquired an
other group of valuable claims.
The Ernestine Mining company's mill
has resumed operations, after a three
weeks' shutdown, during which numer
ous repairs and improvements have
At the Mogollon Gold and Copper
company everything points to an early
adjustment of finances, following which
will be renewed activity on their sev
eral properties in the district.
A large part of the Helen Mining
company's crew, engaged the past three J
months installing a pipe line up White
water creek, above Graham, has been
dispensed with since the power fea
ture has centered itself to requiring
only a few skilled mechanics to com
plete It. A large crew Is rapidly get
ting the mine in condition for produc
tion. WORK PROGRESSES OX
BIG MILL AT PARRAL.
First Unit Almost Completed; Xew
Power Houe Work Is Pushed;
Electricity Will Be Used.
Work on the concentrating mill of
the Palmllla Milling company at Parral,
Mex., is progressing rapidly and the .
first unit of the 1000 ton mill Is near- I
ly completed. The steel men will be I
through with their part of the con-
structlon work in two weeks.
power house .s about completed and atonditlof' hey ma caufe the otber
gang of workmen Is busily engaged In
stalling the big machinery.
In the mill, the machinery Is in-
stalled and work Is now being pushed
in installing the big tanks. The ma
chine shop Is rapidly assuming the ap
pearance of a modern machine and re
pair shop, and the entire camp is one
of the busiest places in that section.
The machinery will be electrically driv
en from one large motor. The mill
will be ready for operation by the end
ItOGAL AND WRITE OAK
MIXE DISTRICTS ACTIVE.
Mill Treats 20 Tons of Gold Ore Dally;
Find of $1400 Gold Ore Is Report
ed In Xew Mexico Property.
The Eagle Mining and Milling com
pany has opened up its mining proper
ties at Parsons, in the Xogal mining
district east of Oscuro, X. M., and the
mill, which is running with two shifts.
Is treating 20 tons of gold quartz daily.
There are millions of tons of low grade
ore containing low grade values.
The Vera Cruz mine, near Xogal, X.
M., has been leased for seven years
and new machinery is being Installed.
The Commercial Metals company is
working two shifts of-vmen In its shaft
In rock so hard that the steel flies to
pieces in drilling. This property is east
"White Oaks District.
The Old Ab(e, the Xorth Homestake
and Rita mine.are being steadily work
ed. Christ Yaeger is working a force
of men in the Crosscut tunnel of the
Miner's Cabin and taking out ore show
ing good gold values.
It is reported that a vein of ex-
tremely rich gold ore was struck in the
Xorth Homestake, running $1400 gold
In the White mountains at Lincoln,
some high grade gold quartz has late
ly been discovered in the White Range
mine, acquired by George Ulrich and
W. W. Grow, of White Oaks, X. M.
RICH POCKETS OF NATIVE
SILVER IX GUA.VACEVI MIXES.
Reports from the old mining camp of
Guanacevi, Durango, Mex., states that
there is considerable excitement over a
rich discovers' in the Chamole mine
where there was supposed to be a par
allel vein but which had not recently
been exploited. The uncovered ore Is
so rich that the first three sacks netted
49 kilos silver and two and a half
A couple of years ago a pocket was
encountered from which was taken a
large quantity of native silver, resemb
ling white silk floss or spun glass,
some of It over two feet lonf. The
rarity of these samples was not appre
ciated and the discoverers sold It at
the ordinory market price of a peso per
ounce. For cabinets and jewelry pur
poses it was easily worth more than
its weight in gold.
GREEXE-CAXAXEA PLAXT IS
BEIXG GREATLY EXLARGED.
With the completion of improvements
now under way, the possible capacity
of the Greene-Cananea reduction
works will be 6.000,000 pounds of cop
per per month, according to a state
ment of L. D. RIcketts, president and
general manager. A second reverbera
tory furnace is now building, and a
battery of five additional boilers will
be Installed In connection with it; six
additional McDougal roasting furnaces
have been ordered; two additional 1200
k. w. turbines are under contract, and
the mines not yet equipped with elec
trical pumps and hoists will soon have
A total of 1.016,536 tons ofore was
treated last year. The average copper
recovery was 2.206 percent, of silver
0.75 oz.. and of gold 0.0046 oz. per ton.
OX OROGRAXDE MIXES
- Orogrande, X. M., July 25. A con
tract has just been let on the Amarlllo )
shaft for 50 feet, and on the Mollle
! Gibson for 25 feet on the property of
j the Eureka Mines company, controlled j
by TV. "W. C. Spencer, of Boston. This
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Thousands upon thousands of women
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never suspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to be
noth'nS e!s but kidney trouble, or the
re?""1of kfdney or bladder disease
I If JJie kidneys are not In a healthy
organs to become diseased.
You may suffer a great deal with
pain in the back, bearing-down feelings,
headache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrit
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any one so.
But thousands of irritable, nervous,
tired and broken down women have re
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Liver and Bladder Remedy.
Swamp-Root brings new life andac
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Bell Phones 367 and 348 Auj;o 1901."
208-210-212 St. Louis Street. ,
work is under the supervision of S
Howard Leech, and the contracts have
been taken by C. K. Hartley and as
sociates. The work has already
Judge Dunklin, of Ft. Worth, is now
in the camp looking after his placer
mill, which is in operation just below j
KELLY SHIPS GOLD BRICK
ZINC COMPANY OPERATES MILL.
Kelly, X. M., July 25. The weekly
gold brick from. the Rosedale mill at
Kelly, N. M., runs in value from 4000
to ?5000. Shipments are made to the
Xew Orleans mint.
The Ozark Zinc company, at Kelly,
is operating its 100-ton mill and ship-
ping the concentrate east. The German
and Tri-Bullion companies are in full
operation in the same camp.
XEW MEXICO BORAX AXD
ALM DEPOSITS LARGE.
A. S. Rosenberg, of the United States
reclamation service, who is examining
the deposits of mineral salts at the
head of the Malpais, -west of White
Oaks. X. M., reports' the presence of
large quantities of borax. He will also
examine the alum deposits near Oscuro.
in the Phillips hills, and a government
bulletin will be issued later.
BIG ALTJMIXrM DEPOSIT
REPORTED XEAR ROSWELL.
An immense deposit of aluminum is
reported from Riverside, nine miles
northeast of Roswell, X. M., on the
banks of the Pecos river. Analysis
shows 13.4 percent aluminum; 3.S per
cent iron oxide; 6S.S per cent siHca, and
3.S percent lime. The clay is excellent
for making high grade urick and til
ing. MIXES WILL XOT SHJIT, DOWX.
Bisbee. Ariz.. July 25. Following
the published report that the Calumet
&. Arizona Mining company was about
to shut down the Irish Mag shaft,
where a force of 450 miners is em
oinvofl sunerintendent Gohering stated
in an interview with The Herald's cor- :
respondent here "There is absolutely
no truth in the rumor to the effect that
therl is to bs any shutdown in the
mines of our company. I should be
pleased if the El Paso Herald would
state that the report of a shutdown is
only a fantastic and ridiculous specu
lation." EL ORO DEVELOPMENTS.
The report of the general manager
of the El Oro Mining company, of El
Oro " Mexico, for the last six months
shows that from $3 to $30 ore is being
taken from the lowest levels of the
mine. Exploration has been going for
, . . v, .M-r Vinrtips onened, re-
wara in u.n -- " - ,
suiting in the development of ore;
ranging from $6.50 to $30 per ton.
PEOPLE IN EL
From New Mexico.
b the Sheldon: J. E. Byrne, Silver
Citv; Mrs. Grace M. Williams ana son,
Cloudcroft; William Ackerman. Santa
RAt"the Angelus: C. Werton Hale- Be-
l6At the Zeiger: B. P. Porter, Las
Cruces: A V. Livingstone Hachrta .z K
J R. Amador. Las Cruces: . . .N- Ho-r.
Las Cruces; F. H. Wdrards. Socorro: T .
xi. Hill. Socorro- W. J. Newcomb. Socorro-
F. J. Amador and wite, La
K. W. J. Pitten, Lordsburg; Howard
Wagner. Las Cruces; C. D. Nelson. Dsni-
'"At the Grand Central: H. W. IfTns
Carrizozo; J. G. Crentor and nyife. Las
Cruces; F. F. Roberts, Orogramle; B. b.
At the Sheldon: J. M. Douglas Doug-
llSAi- thp St. Reins: X. P. - Leon. Phoe
nix; W. J. Lawton, Miami. .
t the Orndorff : S. G. Dowell. Au
zona; W. A. Murray. Tucson.
At the AngeUM. F. Payne, Bisbee:
C. F. WHson, Tucson: W . -. Bullanl,
Tucson. ,. Ar
t the Zeiger: B. Castiano Morenci;
rS'O: BillinsgbyvSJlifton; E. Tmjillo,
Clifton. , , rt ,
At the Grand Central: E. B. Oehoa,
At the Sheldon: Max Ploeyer, Dallas;
Mrs D. R. McCormick, San Antonio.
At the St. Regis: A. V. Campbell, San
Antonio; J. J. Bradj', San Antonio: Roy
H. Terrv, Dallas; Mrs. James H. Robert
son, Austin; Miss Margaret Robertson,
Austin; Miss Sue Robertson, Austin; .
T Robertson. Austin.
At the Orndorff: C. E. Rues, Bo
quillas. At the Angelus: L. Bourgeose. San An
tonio: Mrs. M. David, Houston: Miss
Mabel David, Houston; Mis Lois David,
Houston: Mrs. G. H. Clements, Ysleto;
J. Gaus, San Antonio.
At the Zeiger- W. J. Dearing. Sierra
Blanca: J. W. Bkickburn, J)allas; James
R. Whittier, an Horn.
At the Grand Central: J. A. Forbes,
San Antonio;' Wesley Lochenson, Hay
mond. From Mexico.
At the Sheldon: W. C. Laugh tin. Her
mosillo, Sonora; D. R. McCormick. Mex
ico City; Aurelia G. de Lvila, uita
Rosalia; Bichana- B. de Gonzales, Santa
Rosalia-; Clementina Gonzales, Santa
At the St. Regis: George Fairbairn,
Avino; D. R. Kirfcpatrick, Tepic.
At the Orndorff : L. C. Barnard, Mex
ico City; G. A. Lomelinn, Ghihuahua; R.
D. Arriola. Torreon.
At the Zeiger: A. S. Howren, XuVi
Casas Grandes ; James W. Tavlor, Mexico
At the Grand Central: C- E. Gonzales,
Chihuahua; J. C. Everett, Madera; T.
Cox. Mexico, D. F.
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon: Alex. M. Denton. San
Diego, CaL; Mrs. E. L. Chase, Burlin
game. Cal.; A. R. Williamson, San Fran
cisco; Edward James. Los Angeles.
At the St. Regis: IM. A. Lippett, San
Frano; F. G. McDonald, Orange, Cal.
At the Orndorff: J. Laun and wife,
At the Angelns: Miss P. Hoibrook,
Portland, Ore. S. C. Holbrook, Portland,
Ore.; U. H. Sellson, Los Angeles.
At the Zeiger: I. S. Hurst, Los An
geles; William C. Ferrell. Los An-ele3.
At the Grand Central: Mrs. Mary
Girvin, Berkelev, Cal.; A. Daniels, Salt
From New York.
At the Sheldon: James T. Pierson.
At the St. Regis: W. F. de Bove3.
At the Sheldon: T. F. Daniel, J. S.
Gordon, and wife.
At The Orndorff: J. S. Gordon, Robert
Tietzman, Meno Unsicker.
At the Angelus W. G. Hartegan, L.
Briesr. WalterV. Keller, T. J. White, E.
At the Sheldon: J. B. Morris Pen
J. A. Merrer, Kansas City; W. C. Van
Cleve, Kansas City; L. W. Harrison,
At the St. Regis: Fred C. Carey, St.
At the Sheldon: W. C. Dutfclenger,
Memphis. Tenn.; Arthur A. Wynne, Al
bany, X. Y.; S. W. Peck, Denver, Colo.;
C. A. Sanborn and wife. New Orleans;
E. J. Watrous, Connecticut.
At the St. Regis: John T. Murphy,
Saginaw, Mich.: N . S. Schuster, Sebe
waing. Mich; F. B. Sarrv, St. Louis,
Mich.; C V. Stansburv? Detroit, Mich.;
H. Eggers. Denver. Colo.; A. T. Gibbs,
Denver, Colo.; Bell Lengcunare, Buffalo,
X. Y.; W. G. Guerrin. Memphis, Tenn.;
Miss Avis S. neffner, St. Paul, Minn.;
R. X. Sherman, Lancaster. Pa; J. S.
Weaver, Lebanon, Pa.
At the Angelus: J. M. Donohue,
Xiapira Falls, X. Y.: J. A- Findelle and
wife, Birmingham. Ala.; JohnC. Cavett
and son. Jacksonville, Fla.
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