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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Not. 21, 1912
WILL STAKE THIS MEDICINE
AGAINST YOUR TIME JO
A Pew Davs Will Be Sufficient to Prove That You Arf , I
A few minutes of your time for a
few days and I will demonstrate to
you. without expense to yourself, that
I have a medicine that drives title
r-id poison from the system and by so
loing cures kidney trouble, bladder
trouble and rheumatism. I don't ask
j ou to take my word tor It, but sim
ply want you to let me send you some
if this medicine so that you can use
I I personally.
I am trying to convince sufferers
from these diseases that I have soroe--hing
far better than the usual run of
remedies, treatments and such things.
. nd the only way I can demonstrate
lhat fact je$ to go to the expense of
: (impounding the medicine and sending
it out free of charge. This I am glad
to do for any sufferer who will tak
the time to write me; - Understand, I
will not send you a so-called "sample
proof or test treatment." nor will I
send you a package pt medicine and
sav that you can use some of it and
pai for the rest, but 1 will send ycu a
F'ipply free of charge and you will not
be asked to pay for this gift nor will
ou be under any obligations
All I want to know is that you have
a disease for which my medicine is in
tended, as it is not a "cure-all," and I
srive herewith some of the leading
'vmptoms of kidney, bladder and rheu
matic troubles If you notice one or
mor? of these symptoms you need this
medicine, and I will be glad to send you
some of it if you will write me the
lumbers of the symptoms you have,
-rive your age, and your name and ad
drro Mv address Is Dr. T. Frank Ly
pott. 9080 Deagan Building. Chicago,
ill You promise me nothing; you pay
n. nothing for it. All I ask, so there
-hall be no mistake, is that you send
me the numbers of your symptoms or
i description in your own words, and
rliat you take the medicine according
to the directions I send you. It Is my
way of getting publicity for my medi
ine so that It will become widely
Tou will agree when you have usea ,
't that 1t dissolves iHid drives out uric I
icid poison It tones the kidneys so t
tnat they work in harmony with the j
bladder. It strengthens the bladder so
that frequent desire to urinate and
-ther urinary disorders are banished.
ft stops rheumatic aches and pains im
mediately. It dissolves uric acid crys
tal so that back and muscles no longer
iclie and crooked joints quickly
'traichten out. It reconstructs the
ood and nerves so that you soon feel
healthier and more vigorous, sleep bet
ler and eat better and have energy
turoughout the day. It does all this
nd yet contains nothing injurious and
,r absolutely vouched for according to
Sufferers from these dreadful and
laagerous diseases can surelr afford to
spend c. few minutes each day for a
few days to demonstrate to their own
All Machinery and Supplies
Received ; Cananea-Boston
to Be Reorganized.
rur before th
Non arrival of
iex. . No 21. The
-i -tpanjr is making
he blowing in of
i will probably oc-
md of the month.
-.as caused the operation of the new
melter to be postponed several times,
but now everything has been re-
eived and is being installed, The
new electric hoist Will soon be ready
for. use. Underground work consists
principally of retlmbeflng some of the
main drifts and cleaning up prepar
atory for a long period of production.
The new smelter is of 250 tons
daily capacity and when running
s'eadily the company should be able
n produce between 450 and 550 tons
of copper monthly.
Caaautea Boste-B Reorganisation.
The stockholders of the Cananea
Boston Mining Co. will hold a special
meeting in Bisbee on Next Saturday.
when plans for the reorganisation of
'he company will bo formulated. The
piopertv of the company is located a
ilr from Cananea; Between the hold-
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
Common Sense .
Women suffering from any form of fe
male ills are invited to communicate
promptly with tbe woman's private corre
spondence department of tbe Lydia .
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read and
answered by a woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thus has
been established a confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have tfaey published a
testimonial or used a letter without tbe
written consent of tbe writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
as the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest.
Oat of tbe vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is more
than possible that they possess tbe very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return exeept your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands. Surely any
woman, rich or poor,
should be glad to
take advantage of
this generous offer
of assistance. Ad
dress Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co.,
Every woman ought to have
Lydia B. Ptekbam's SO-page
Text Book. It is not a book for
general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It is free and. only
obtainable liy mail. Write for
R E HNKRaM
Dli. T. FRAXK T.YXOTT
vrho will seHd medicine to anyeHe
free of charge.
satisfaction if they are curable, espe
cially when you consider no expense Is
involved, and I willingly give you my
time and my medicine. All any fair
minded afflicted person wants to know
is if a certain thing will cure HIM or
HER, and here is an opportunity to find
out without cost, obligation or import
ant loss of time. THESE FEW DATS
may be the turning point in your life.
All who are interested enough to
write me for the free medicine will
also receive a copy of my large illus
trated medical book which describes
these diseases thoroughly. It i6 the
largest book of the kind ever written
for free distribution, and a new edition
Is Just being printed. I will also write
you a letter of diagnosis and medical
advice that should be of great help to
you; but in order to do this I must
know that you need my medicine. Write
me the numbers of the symptoms that
trouble you, and your age, and I will
promptly carry out my promises. Show
an inclination to be cured and you will
These Are the Symptoms:
1 Pala In the hack.
3 Tee frequent desire to urinate.
3 BHralag er obstruction of urine.
4 Pala or sareness 1b the bladder.
5 Prostatic treHble.
Gas er bbIh In tbe stomach.
7 General debility, Tvcakness, dlz
zlneftt. S Pain fir soreness under right rib.
9 Swelling la any part of the body.
1 Coaetlpstlen or liver trouble.'
11 Palpitation er pala under the
12 Pala la the hip joint.
IS Pala in the Beck or head.
14 Palm or soreness la the kidneys.
13 Pain or swelling of the Jotets.
16 Paia or swelling of the muscles.
17 Pain and serene 1b nerves.
18 AcHte or chronic rheumatism.
ings of the Calumet & Sonora and
Cananea Consolidated companies, and
is considered one of promise.
Lists of properties forfeited during
the past six months, are now being
published by the mining department
of the republic Many claims have
been forfeited by nonpayment of
taxes or allowing them to go back, to
Santa Fc to Be Sold.
The Santa Fe property, located in
the Altar district, which is a valu
able placer proposition, is reported J
soon be Bold to a party of Ameri
cans. It is owned by Lie. Emilio Gon
zales, of Nogales, Alberto Mascaranas,
of Hermosillo and Francisco PimbreS
and Francisco Escobar, of Altar. Ex
perts have been examining the prop
erty during the past week.
El Pilar mine, near Santa Crux, has
400 tons of ore at the railroad ready
for shipment to the Cananea smelter.
The ore will average 28 percent cop
per, according to A. O. Koppes, who
is in oharge of the property, as it has
been sorted, and only the high grade
is being shipped.
It is reported that the legal en
tanglement regarding the ownership
of the gold property in the San Jose
mountains, seven miles south of Naco,
has been settled. The property was
formerly known as the Gold Treasure,
and the Mexican supreme court hae
decided that it should be turned over
to Dr W. O. Brandon, of Naco, upon
payme-t of 150,008 pesos. It gives
him two years in which to make the
payment. It is probable that the prop
erty will be placed on the market.
MEN VISIT HAYDEN
Murphy Visits Christmas Xinen and
Says He Kxpeets to Start Work.
There at aa Barly Sate.
. Hayden. Arte., Nov. 21. a W. Mudd,
a prominent mining man of Los Ange
les and a member of the executive
committee of the Bay Consolidated
Copper company has paid Hayden a
visit of inspection in company with
Robert E. McConnell and Mr. White
two mining men of that city.
Phillip Wiseman, formerly manager
for the Say Consolidated Copper com
pany plSor to the time the present
administration took over the proper
ties, paid Hayden a visit, this being
the first visit to the local mill. Mr.
T Wiseman had charge of the deal put
through, whereby the iornier company
transferred its holdings to the pres
F. G. Janney, manager of the mills
for the Ray Consolidated and affiliated
companies, is in Hayden on his usual
Inspection visit of the local mill. Due
to the trouble caused by the strikers
at Bingham. Mr. Janney has been un
able to pay this place a. visit for some
time. He reports everything at the
local mill working in a first class
manner and is very satisfied with re
sults obtained here.
F. M. Murphy and party arrived in
Winkelman in Mr. Murphy's private
car and from there left by auto for
the mining properties in which he is
interested at Christmas. Mr. Murphy
had been expected here for the past
few months, as reports were in cir
culation that his mines in the Christ
mas district would shortly resume op
erations. He reports things favorable
financially and expects to commence
active work at his mine at an early
date. The ore is of Such composi
tion that it can easily be treated .at
the local smelter with ores now being
smelted, which will very materially
reduce the charges which heretofore
have been very high on account of
the fact that they were shipped to
Sasco for smelting purposes.
D. C Jacklin, vice president and
general manager of the Ray Consoli
dated Copper company has arrived in
Hayden in his private car Cypress on
a tour of inspection. He was accom
panied by C. M. MacNeill, president
of the Utah Copper company, William
Otis, a broker of Colorado Springs
and J. H. Waters, president of the
Florence and Cripple Creek railroad.
Mr. Jackling reports that the trouble
with strikers at Utah is practically
over and expects to have no trouble
of that nature at his local properties.
He appears very enthusiastic over re
sults being obtained here. The above
party will leave for Hurley on a vis
it to the properties of the Chlno Cop
per company before returning again
to Salt Lake City. H. B. Tooker, gen
eral freight and passenger agent for
the Ray & Gila Valley railroad and
lines in Utah, was also a member of
the above party.
The People's Ice company of Wichita
Falls, is excavating the necessary
ground fnr the erection of their new
FOLLOWING REGENT Big MINE DEIL!
Mines of DistrictJEticher than
Anticipated; Clark and
1 She recently Inaugurated boom and
activity In the Patagonia district in
southern Arizona is a most remarkable
example of an old camp that has be.i
dormant for years suddenly coming to
the front again, owing to he high
price of copper. This icw Lci.m was
inaugurated by th inv.i.-.in of iha
PhelparDodge people soon after the
visit of Dr. James Douglas and Walter
Douglas last month, resulting in the
purchase of-tM World's Fair mines
from rfcak EfeWars, for the jAi-ge suin
of $8OrO00, followed by their purchase
of the Groese molybdnum mines for
the sum of $150,000. Their first mo
tive in making these purchase's was
said to be the fact that ores of the
Patagonia district were in great de
mand by all the" smelters in the south
west on account of their excellent
fluxing qualities and the smelters all
had their men in the district buy;ng
ores as fast as produced and ready, too,
with -checks to advance to -the owners
on their, products in order to be sure
of getting; their shipments. Nogales
wawthe lMMkmsrters - of acent3 of
smeltek arter-the FaoigmiU, ores.
tsa next big deal was the purchase
of the. Three. Rs copper mine, in the
Patagonia district, by N.. L. Amster,
president bf the" Shannon Copper com
pany, at the purchase price of $550,000.
This mine is a young property, owned
by R. -R. Richardson and associates,
of Patagonia. This mine has been a
generous shipper and was sending 100
tons of 19 percent copper ore to the El
Paso smeltea heofre the sale. The
new owner has 100 men at work and
is increasing this force as new ground
is opefted. Thi$ mine is steadily im-provMfgajftt-
Mfehpping four carloads
of ore a -Mmc. , "
"Bethel Sells Mlac
PoHowtng- this sale, was the sale of
a group of copper properties to Kansas
City parties of the mine owned by C.
L. Bethel, a merchants of Patagonia,
A. am lamia .. v.,1.1.,1, ...... 1j.j...4..,I a.,
)ll ACftAC QU111, UM.U M C WUILCU I
, en miles frbm the station. It is being
developed with a force of 75 men.
; Next came the big deal in which sen
; ator W. A, Clark, of Montana and Ari-
ona, ims uMten over tne oia xrencn
group of mines and other claims under
a bond and lease, the price being $225,
000. This mine is located at Harshaw.
about 10 miles south of Patagonia sta
tion. The option runs for two years.
D. Hogan has taken over the property
as agent of Clark and has already put
a force of miners at work and will in
crease it soon with 35 more. Only
American miners are employed.
The Trench mine adjoins the World's
Fair and has a record production of
$200,000 in copper and silver, although
for some years it has been lying idle.
The ore output will be shipped to the
Clark smelter at Jerome.
Probably another big deal is on for
the sale of 10 claims near Duquesne,
about IS miles south of Patagonia sta
tion, and about 15 miles north of No
gales, the county seat. This property
is known as the Joe Wheeler group.
This group consists of the following
claims: The Joe Wheeler, the Ivanhoe,
lilt! VT 11U11SUA&U UlU, IUC .-3.JO.U1U, 1M I
Hancock, the Golden Granite, the Sher- ;
At. A. llf lMb kM A ftlfe. d 4-ftmA Jlltf fc A Ik A
Idan, the Rocky Ford, the Line Boy and
The .Tec Wheeler Claim.
The Joe Wheeler claim is patented
and lies contiguous to the Duquesne
mines owned by the Westing-house
company. It is developed by a 75 foot
shaft and 26 foot cut into a body of
talc near the east line of the claim,
which assays in copper all the way
from 7.2 percent, 14.3 percent, 19 per
cent and 20 percent; and in gold from
S3 to 35.60 per ton; and silver, from
10.8 ounces. 14 ounces, 31.4 ounces.
53.2 ounces per ton.
Fissure veins cut the formation at
right angles and run south or south -
IS PROVING RICH
Gold Find la Isabel Mlac Rhus High 1b
Value; Ten Miners. Are at 'Work
on the Claim.
W. O. Hutehene. storekeeper of Twin
Peaks mine, is in the city and says
that the new gold strike in the Isabel
mine discovered by Jim Fraxer, is
proving wonderful and growing richer
with depth. Last week he shipped one
car of the ore to the Shannon smelter
at Clifton, Ariz., that went 338.26 gold
per ton. He faas another" car loaded at
York station, ready to ship to the same
smelter that has been carefully
sampled and runs $98 gbld per ton and
there are about 15 tons of screenings
which run about $240 gold per ton.
About ten miners are working on the
claim and taking out lots of high
The new road to York is completed,
which makes two roads to the ship
ping station from the Twin Peaks
camp. A leading engineer from Bis
bee has just finished a careful exam
ination of the new property and pro
nounces it a big thing.
CRISTO IS DOING
Sliver City Man Sells Two Claims to
Californlann For 810,000; Will
Sliver City, jv. M.. Nov. 21. The
Chlno company, at Santa Rita, is doing
more heavy shooting in the big mine
than ever before since tbe company
commenced work, and vast quantities
of ore are being torn out. This work,
it is said, is to enable the big shovels
to go deeper Into the ore bearing rock.
Two seetterfs oftHe-'bQr concentrator
at Hurley are kept busy. Lack of wa
ter prevents the concentrator from be
ing rub to its full capacity.
R. Clark, of Sliver City, who owns a
group of claims located a few miles
from Plons Altos and about five miles
from this place, has sold two claims
to California men for $10,000 and they
are expected here to begin work on
them. The ore carries gold, silver and
CARPER REPORTS A
RICH STRIKE OF ORE
Miami, Ariz Nov. 21. Superin
tendent Frank Carper, of the Doug
las Copper company, which owns 21
claims between Ray and Superior, re
ports a rich strike of copper, gold
and silver ore in the new shaft. The
ledge encountered is about four feet
The Walter Ruble group is being
developed by J. Creshron, of Globe,
and a force of men.
The Calumet A Arizona has a large
force of men employed sinking a three
compartment shaft 500 feet, also a
large force in tha working tunnel,
and in laying the foundations for the
power line from Ray, which will be
in operation by the first of the year.
The Magma Copper company, which
admittedly owns one of the richest
properties in Arizona, is shipping 75
tons of high grade ore everj day.
Jack McKinnon and a force of men are
at work on this group of 16 claims.
which adjoins and runs parallel with
the C. & A. property, and on the
south adjoins the Douglas propert.
Kver wptk mining men are coming
to this district between Ray and Su-Inoi.
west from the large outcrop, most of
which is covered by the Ivanhoe and
Winnebago ?hief. It is believed that
the large and massive outcrops of
quartz-porphyry and iron to the north
in the Doquesne properties extend into
the Joe;-.Wheeler group. There are
two, if apt three fissure veins running
across the Joe Wheeler and Ivanhoe.
The Line Boy Mine.
Probably one of the most important
of the Joe Wheeler group, if not one of
the best prospects in the Patagonia
district, is the Line Boy, situated four
or five miles southerly from the Joe
KWheeler. It abuts on the international
line and is about 15 miles due east or
Nogales. The "outcrops are large, con
sisting of quartz-porphyry -and iron.
Within the limit of this claim there
is a granite-porphyry lke S6 feet
wide. The development work consists
of an 80 foot shaft, with a 3ft foot drift
at the bottom, and a 90 foot tunnel.
This tunnel cut a -body of ore seven
feet wide. There is also a 35 foot
vertical shaft which passes diagonally
through a body of ore 12 feet. In the
walls of the shaft, for they are all in
ore, the ores are chalcopyrite. bornlte,
black oxide of copper, carrying seme
molybdenite, carrying assays of. from
11 to 24 percent copper. The average
of the eight assays was 16.3 pertent
copper. From this shallow shaftJK
tons were taken and -areon thttfttusAp.
The tunnel shows that this "rh- Vein
is in sevfen feet of solid ore and. -thee
are indications that the nlte..VnJf'
try rock contains disseminated -.copper
sulphides through large areas. . This
Line Boy mine Is five or six miles north
from the Nogales, Cananea and, S. P.
railroad, running from Nogales to
Cananea. It is just north of Monument
No. 113. of the international boundary
between the United States and Mexico
and nearly a mile southwest of the
Benton mine, which is anothftr big cop
per sulphide talne In which the ore- oc
curs in a dike 60 feet wide, impreg
nated with pyriU, chalcopyrite and a
little flakey molybdenatA Its. oroUct
with the granite being marked--with a.
sericltl& sone a. few feet -wide;." - t
The country rock on MMMM -W
nM ka BAtitm to- rnkV. zTaiutoi Mr"
phyry 300 feet In width. The,ore depos
its are contained in the granite, which
near the dike is impregnated with py
rite, chalcopyrite and other sulphides.
The metalic minerals are particularly
abundant along the contact of the two
rocks and are concentrated in joint
planes and fissures, locally with, a
little associated quartz.
Rich la Molybdenum Ore.
The molybdenite in the Line Boy oc
curs also unassociated with the other
sulphides in the form of comparatively
pure lumps of crystals, in places one
eighth of an inch thick and more than
a half-inch in diameter, in silicious
vein matter In the granite. According
to Hess the price of molybdenum or
dinarily ranges between 20 and 30 cents
a pound, carrying 92 percent molyb
denum sulphide When it is consid
ered that there are only 50 tons of this
class of molybdenum ores produced in
the United States, the value of the
Line Boy in this respect can be appre-
The Santa Rita and Patagonia moun
tains, in this district, constitute one of
the most prominent mineral bearlns
desert ranges of the southwest. Begin
ning near the transcontinental line of
the Southern Pacific railroad, abojt
20 miles southeast of Tucson, Ariz., the
range extends southward In Pima and
1AUB t-..- . --- -- - ,-l
Santa Crux counties, with a lSth
49 mrles, to the international boimdary.
which crosses 12 miles easi 01 -;-gales.
The northern two-thirds of the
I range, extending to Sonolta creek.
I which cuts across It, is known as the
Santa Rita mountains and the remain-
' ,1 4-1.A PviavAnl. mniintalna.
The range la generally rugged, and
near the middle part of its course cul
minates in Old Baldy at 9432 feet above
sea level. It is drained by the Santa
Cruz river, which flows in a north
westerly direction bar way of Tucson
into the Gila river. This extensive dis
trict is now becoming the scene of the
most intense copper development In the
NACO CENTER OF
On Both Americas and Mexican Sides I
There Is a Revival of Mining In
terest; Many Claims Kiieu.
Naco, Ariz., Nov. 21. Records of the
county recorder show that the activ
ity of prospectors in the county Is
Within the last two weeks more
than 46 new mining locations were re
corded at the county seat, nearly all
being in the Huachuoa, Dragoons,
Dos Caicias, and Mule mountains.
Over the line in 6onora the miners and
business men seem to have forgotten
about war and its inconveniences.
With the renewing of all railroad
service over the S. P, the miners
northwest of Cananea will begin to
ship to the smelter again.
Every day sees new prospectors go
ing into Sonora and beginning work.
This week Ray Saffold, the Cananea
mining engineer, was in the San
Joses and hills to the south
of Naco. Sonora. surveying both
new and old locations. He i being
overworked going almost night and
Several pieces of mining property
near Naco are soon to change bands
if all goes well, while some of the
newer properties will ship their first
ore to the smelter within the month.
A new smelter is to be built at
once at Cumpas,- Sonora, by the Min
neapolis Copper company. Mr. Heis
sing, of that company, is now in the
United Skates buying and shipping
for the smelter.
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good to your feet and demand TIZ. All
drug stores, department or general
stores have it at 25 cents a box, and
for those who don't know what real
foot comfort is write to Walter Luther
Tiodce Co. 1J23 S Wabash Ave.. Clit
ii.r. 111, for a free trial package to
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OF BULLION MAOE
Tom E-eed Mine Ships Five
Bars Worth $133,000; Old
Congress Dumps Sold.
Prescott, Ariz., Nov. 21. The Tom
Reed Gold mine has made the largest
shipment of gold bullion c.er received
at one time in Hangman. It was es
corted under special guard and con
sisted of five bars, having a total value
of $133 00, the product of one month s
run of The mill This is said to exceed
any former shipment from any Arizona
mine by several thousand dollars. The
bullion was shipped to the mint of
There is a constantly increasing
t activity in the Copper Basin district.
south 01 prescott. up to aaie over iov
carloads of high grade copper ore have
been shipped from the mines of the
Commercial Mining company's prop
erty, which is about 15 miles south of
here, aggregating over 5000 tons, the
shipments running from two to three
carloads a day. This ore runs as high
as 60 percent per ton, and is about tne
highest grade of copper ore ever
shipped from any Arizona mine. Only
one mine in the southwest has shipped
higher, and that is the old Santa Kita
copper property la Grant county. New
Mexico, tfhich used to ship native cop
per by. carload lots to the smelter at
El Paso. - The freighting outfit of Geo.
Ruffner is' engaged in hauling the ore
to the railroad station called Skull Val
ley, three or four miles distant on the
Prescott Phoenix line of the Santa
Tunnel Is la 108 Feet.
The tunnel being driven by the Arizona-Portland
Mines company upon its
property in Copper Basin is now in 160
feet in length, and the work is being
done on a vein 15 feet in width and at
a point only 1000 feet from the work
ings of the Commercial company's
property. As soon as the desired dis
tance is-reached, raising and sinking
with increased ofrce of. mtaers will be
started. knd an air compressor and
power drtlla will "he employed. This is
saw to he a very promising property.
R. E. Martin, having made the first
payment on the group of copper claims
leased and bonded from "Copper Basin"
Smith, is organizing a company in Los
Angeles to develop them. Camp sup
plies have been hauled to the proper
ties, and a work shaft will be sunk 700
The Ford Mining company is arrang
ing for the lnstalation of a large
amount of mining machinery recently
purchased, to be employed in develop
ment on a large scale. The main shaft,
down 175 feet, will be continued to a
depth of 300 feet, when drifting and
cross cutting will follow. Diamond
drills will be introduced to explore oth
er parts of the property and a line of
work has been mapped out that will
take all winter to complete.
MeMahea Groap to Ship.
Shipments of ore are to be started
at once from the McMahon group of
copper mines to the smelter at Douglas.
The first shipment will be 50 tons and
samples of nine percent copper, with
small values in gold and silver. The
owners purpose to continue regular
shipments and a large tonnage is ex
posed. This mine Is south of Zonia.
A shipment of 10 tons of rich silver
ore, averaging $300 per ton, was made
from the mine of Richard Umlah to the
SI Paso smelter, through Its local
agent, B, H. Hetherington. The ore
was from the Bill Arp mine.
Ed Block Is sinking a new shaft on
the Sink to Rise mine, in Copper Basin,
in oxidised copper ore, which is now
at a depth of 20 feet. It was locatel
as a gold mine. The vein matter be
tween the walls is kaolin and the en
tire width of the sliaft is In ore. The
vein between walls is 40 feet wide, has
an easterly and westerly strike and is
believed to be, the continuation of the
vein now beintr exnlored by the Com
mercial company. It consists of 10
claims on and near the apex of the
mountain between the Copper Basin
and Copper creek, and includes the
ground between the mines of the Com
mercial and the Birch-McNulty group.
It is the belief that with depth the
copper values will exceed those of the
gold and silver. West of this is the
gold group called the Harmony, owned
by D. O. Holman and other El Paso
Old Ceagremt Dumpit Sold.
It Is reported that the United Verde
Copper company has purchased the old
dumps of the Congress gold mine, 50
miles south of Prescott, aggregating
S50 tons, the price being $1 per ton. It
carries a high percent of silica, be-,
aides about 11 in gold values, and is
purchased for fluxing purposes for the
new smelter being erected by the Verde
company. It will be loaded with steam
shovels onto the cars. This new smel
ter will be one of the largest plants in
the world, as well as one of the most
modern in style. The Congress Gold
Mining company's mine at Congress,
the deepest In Arizona and the south
west, and a heavy producer until a few
years ago when 80 stamps of Its two
mills were hung up. Is again showing
signs of activity. Twenty-five men
have been put to work cleaning up the
mine and mills. This mine has two
large veins. The ore is firm and unox
odized pyrites of iron in quartz, -which
In former days averaged $30 gold per
ton from wall to Wall and stood con
centrating at the rate of eight to one.
These concentrates were shipped to the
El Paso smelter.
PARADISE MILL IS
BEING MADE LARGER
Camp I BeeomliMc Lively and MHCh
PrMpeeriBg Ih la Progress la the
San Simon, Ariz.. Nov. 21. Work of
enlarging the mill of the Paradise
Milling ft Mining company will be
started this week, according to F. E.
Worthington, thereby increasing the
capacity to 100 tons dally, tfhe mill
has been closed down for several
months on account of litigation which
involved some of the principal owners,
but ail trouble is now settled. A car
load, of cement for concrete work, as
well as for the additional tables of the
concentrator, has been ordered. The
present capacity of the plant is 50 tons
Paradise camp, which is south of
San Simon, is becoming lively again
and considerable prospecting is now
Oing on in the hills.
The San Simon Valley Land & Water
company first deep well is to be
drilled on Mrs. E. A. Waahburne's
land, two and a half miles south of
San Simon. Manager Washburne
superintended the moving of the new
rig last week and so extensive is the
Qutfit, including well boring machine,
boiler, engine, casing, drill pipe, well
tools and machine shop apparatus that
more than two days were consumed in
completing the work of moving, re
quiring three spans of heavy draft
mules to do the pulling.
The rig is now being set up and the
work of drilling will soon begin
Fred Lichtenberger, of Los Angeles,
director of the company, is in town
and is inspecting the operation. A
flow has been struck at the Morgan
Wilson artesian well, two miles south
west of town, by George E. Sligh, the
driller This makes y the 21st flowing
well in the San Simon valley within a
radius of six miles of this town, and
not a drv hole has been encountered
in a completed well.
Some of the finest applos ever seen
here hae been brought to market
from the ranch of James Dickson. 15
miles southwest of town. They are of
the Ben Davis and Pearmain variety
Thev arc far superior to any apple.-,
from I'alifui ma. and command one to
two cents i pound more than those of
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OLD HAT DISTEICT
-RICH IN GOLD ORE
Tests of Ore ky Kxperte Shaw Vatae
RhbbIbr IBh la 8M( Water
AbBBaat fer Mill.
Tucson, Arli., Nov. JL Thirty-five
miles north of Tucson and about the
same distance north west of Benson is
the Old Hat district, which is a rich
gold region- In It are the Matas
group, about five miles from Oracle by
trail, and in the northwestern slope of
tbe Santa Catalina mountains and on
the west side of the Canada del Oro or
Irene canyon. They consist ol zz
claims and mill site with sufficient
water to run a 100 ton mill and there
is abundant water timber, such as
black oak and juniper near by, and on
the higher mountains is plenty of pine
In this region is a system of veins
forming with diorite and porphyry in
trusions. A large quarti-porphyry
vein traverses the tocality from north
east to southwest and there are many
Arthur Van Duren, a Denver mining
engineer, made a thorough examina
tion of this property and others in
the locality, and says there is a large
free milling vein of quarta-porphyry
running through the property for sev
eral thousand feet at least 50 feet wide
in places, which, after careful sampling
and considerable prospecting, he finds
sae an average of fully $5 per ton.
His tests showed a saving could be
made of 65 percent of the values by
pan amalgamation, and of 5 percent
by the cyanide process on the tail
ings. Being only half a mile from
running water of sufficient volume for
100 stamps, he believes that with de
velopment such a mill would be kept
busy on this class of ore. On many
places in this lode are very- rich spots
which he did not include in his samp
ling. One sack of -ore was taken out
in one of these places that assayed
$164 per ton. Another streak 14 inches
wide ran $37 gold per ton. Another
engineer took a sample for a distance
or width of 15 feet on a large vein
on t-he Little Irene workings that ran
$7 50 sold per ton.
Gold is found over an extensive area
in the Santa Catalinas. but heretofore
prospecting has been confined to high
grade pockets and to hloriding. The
prospect of a railroad being built by
the Phelps Podir company northward
to the newly acquired copper mines,
which would necessarily pass through
the neighborhood of the Santa Cata
linas. has stimulated prospecting there.
Jt is believed that there is a great
gold belt extending through that sec
tion of country passing through the
Little Rincon mountains northwest of
Benson, where there is at present con
siderable excitement over recent dis
coeies. which are liable to ause a
big rush almost equal to that whicri
occurred in the early days of Cripple
Creek and Goldfleld.
GINTHER TO ERECT
A $1,000,000 MILL
Ix SeektaK Concent la ChlhaahWH
lor BuildlJMr a Plant la rfce Farral
IHfftrtet of the State.
ParraL Chih., Mex., Nov. 21. Plans
are under way for the commencement
of work on the 2000 ton cyanide mill,
to be erected in this district by a
syndicate headed by Paul Ginther. of
Santa Rosalia MosUl Canadian capi
tal will be interests i the deal.
Mr Ginther left he. several ilas
aso for the state capital to petition
the legislature for a concession for the
erection and operation of the plant.
oeinor braham Gonzales, it is un
dt r-1. 'ml is or much in tavoi of th
plan !oi t' . ert.tin anl it is thought
-J.I I'll 1
I ' I!
that Mr. Ginther will experience no
trouble. The site for the mill ha been
selected and immediately upon the
concession being granted, work will be
The syndicate asking the concession
is acquiring more mining properties
in this and the Minas Nuevas district
from day to day and thus far it is esti
mated that the company has paid out
over $2,000,900 in cash since a year
ago for valuable mining properties in
The mill when erected will have a
minimum daily capacity of 200 tons
and will cost approximately $1,090,000.
Ginther is making arrangements for
starting work on Sigle Veinte and the
Cerro de la Compana mining proper
ties situated in the Naica ttatriot.
GRAND CENTRAL IS
SHIPPING GOOD ORE
Wet SMe Xtae at Tombstone Also Is
Is Klefc Ore: Maay Prmpeeten
Ik tbe Hill.
Tombstone. Aril, Nov. SI. Doug
las Gray, wbo has the lease of the
Grand Central mine, belonging to the
Tombstone Consolidated Mines com
pany, is making a fine shoving and
has commenced shipping ore to the
El Paso smelter, sending two cars and
is now loading two more. The out
look for this property opening up
well la the near future is very prom
ising, as the ground that Mr. Gray is
working is new ground.
The firm of Macla & Ralph is ship
ping from the West Side mine, which
it has under lease from the Consoli
dated people. Good results in gold
and silver are obtained from the
cyanide plant and also good returns
from ores carrying a large percent
age of lead.
Among the chlorlders quite a num
ber are making good shipments and
getting good returns.
Almost daily, mining men are pass
ing through Tombstone on their quest
for promising copper properties and a
few are looking for gold and silver
Sura or Ono, Crrr o Toudo.
Lscas CoonTT. (
Fauac J. Comet makes oath tint he to sailor
partner of tbe arm of F. J. earner A Co.. doauc
basines to tbe City ot Toledo. County and State
aforesaid, and that aaid arm wU pay the gum ot
OXE HCTXDRED DOLLARS tor mch and every
ease ot Citabkh that cannot ba eareo DjnbeMot
Hall's Ct.uuui Cmm.
FRAXK J. CHEXEY.
Sworn to belofe me and ubeertbed m my presence,
toil 6th day ot December. A. D.. 1S8S.
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