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EX PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913
Every invalidwoman is inoitedto consult our Staff of Physicians, Surgeons
and Specialists, at the Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y by letter or personally at my expense. R. V. PIERCE, M. D.
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surest relief known.
COMPANY FORMED TO
MINE SARAGOSA GOLD
Strike Made in a Well I Proving to be
Richer Than at First Indicated;
Property to be Developed.
Pecos, Tex., Feb. 5. Gradually the
excitement aroused bv the first an
nouncement of the discovery of gold
near Saragosa, is spreading over the
Pecos country, until the topic has be
come the one of general discussion. The
Saragosa Gold Mining company has
filed application for a charter. At a
meeting of those who will probably
Je the largest stockholders, held Tues
day afternoon in Pecos, it was found
that S15.000 worth of the stock had
ieen spoken for. H. Robbins, the own
er of the section of land upon which
the mine is located, states that he will
not let go of more of the stock than
.enough to insure the proper financial
hacking for the development of the
.mining proposition. "Then, if any
thing ahould haT-oen that the thing
.peters out," he said, "there'd be nobody
liurt much, and if it really is what It
seems to be, I guess my nest Is feath.-
Mr. Bobbins was elected president of
the company in the ' preliminary or
ganization, the other officers being C
Sl Honaker, Saragosa, vice president;
1. S. Butler, Saragosa, secretary
treasurer; directors. F. W. Johnson,
T. H. Beauchamp. Jas. F. Boss and G.
B. Landrnm. all of Pecos; and R. H.
King, of Balmorhea. All are conser
vative men of this county.
Further development work in the
well in which the gold is found indi
cates that the vein, at the depth of 80
feet, has a width of from four to six
feet, practically composing one wall of
the shaft. Thus far, of course, no ex
perts have been on the ground, and
there is no telling just what the extent
or the probable character of the vein
may ie: but that there is more than
mere wild talk to the story, is evi
denced by the fact that each sample
sent to assayers brings the most prom
Mr. Bobbins made a test of the prop
osition when he took six samples, be
ginning at the surface and going on
down at intervals, and sent them to an
T. Paso assayer for analysis. The re
turns showed .91 of an ounce of gold
at the surface, growing a little richer
with the next sample, and so on down
to the 80 foot level, from which the
return showed a fraction better than
1 1 ounces to the ton, with seven ounces
of silver and a trace of copper. The
formation is in lime rock, but aside
from that its character has not been
passed upon by a competent authority.
RICH 0RE13TRIKE IS
MADE NEAR SAN SIMON
San Simon, Ariz., Feb. 5. One of the
best strikes in the Chirlcahua moun
tains has been made at the .Willie Rose
Copper company about 14 miles south
of San Simon. The richest ore, a cop
per glance, runs 58 percent copper.
Superintendent W. H. Smith discov
ered this property in 19 when he
'ound a nngget of native copper
weighing 31 3-4 pounds. Work is pro
gressing and more extensive operations
arp being planned.
Layne and Woodworth have taken
over the Oro Blanco mine and Tres
- "JL.1"6! carloaa or add sash
.. Ed doors. Lander Lumber Co.
half price. Zander Immbcr Co.
HIGH STRIKE III
Bisbee District Continues
Development; Copper Mar
ket Considered Solid.
FOR POWER LiRES
Roosevelt Dam Power to
Operate Superior; Rich
Ore Strike Made.
TO SHIP LEAD TO
EL PASO SMELTER
IjOBdon-Arizona People Discover They
Have IUch Deposit of Lead on
.the O'Carroll Claim.
Christmas. Ariz., Feb. 5. The El Paso
smelter -will soon be receiving regular
shipments of lead ore from the prop
erty of the London-Arizona Cop
per company at this place.
It was only a few days ago that the
London-Arisona people learned that
they had a big thing in a lead deposit
on the O'Carroll claim, right in the
middle of their holdings. They have
put up 15 men at work" quarrying out
A short time ago Theodore Phillips
and Kelson Bradley tried to lease the
O'Carroll claim. In looking over the
ground Mr. Phillips, who is a mining
engineer, noticed an outcropping of
lead ore 1000 feet long and about 10
feet wide. Me immediately saw a
chance to ship the ore at a big profit.
An offer was made to president Chas.
E. Finney, of the London-Arizona com
pany, for a long term lease on the
O'Carroll claim and he became sus
picious and took a look at the lead out
cropping himself. As a result the London-Arizona
company decided not to
lease the ground, out to begin shipping
the lead ore without delay.
Lead is worth between $80 and 8100
a ton. and the London-Arizona ore
averages about 35 percent in that
metaL It is six miles from a railroad,
but arrangements are now being made
for the laying of a side track at the
most convenient point for loading. The
cost of freighting ore down to the
side track will be low. It will prob
ably be done with auto trucks.
The outcropping is a porphyry dike
nnttinsr through lime. The lead oc
curs at the contact on both sides of
the porphyry and is well disseminated
through the dike. Some of the ore runs
as low as 10 percent and some as high
as 60 percent. The average is around
35 percent. There is also a silver con
tent of $2 or $3 a ton which is sufficient
to pay for mining the ore.
Only one other deposit of lead is
known In the Christmas region. A small
outcropping smilar to the one on the
London-Arizona property exists on a
claim owned by Mr. Phillips several
OPTION ON ZINC MINE
Xerr York Engineers Examine TJttcr
Mine at Pino Altos, X. M- and
Make an Offer for It.
Silver City. N. M, Feb. 5. T. H. Leg
gett and H. G. Warnock, engineers from
New York, representing the Guggen
heim interests, who came here to make
a thorough examination of George TJt
ter's zinc mine near Pinos Altos, left
for Santa Bita and will go to New
York from there. They brought with
them engineer H. A. Guess, of Flat
Biver. Mo., an expert In zinc mining,
who left with them. . ,
They made a very close examination
of the mine, taking samples from vari
ous parts of it, which were sent to
New York for a testing analysis be
fore a final determination Is reached
as to the purchase of the property, the
largest zinc proposition in ew Mex
ico. It is said they offered Mr. Utter
close on to $300,000 in cash for the
property, his price being .0. Ane
Guggenheims were given until the l&tn
of March to accept or reject the proposition.
We carry complete lines of Sporting Goods at the lowest prices consistent
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
Bisbee. ArisL, Feb. 5. One of the most
important strikes in the whole Bisbee
district that has been made in recent
times has bc-en reported at the Uncle
Sam workings of the southwest shaft
of the Copper Queen. The length and
breadth of ore body has now been well
determined and current report Is that
the company is now going to determine
the depth, and that they are to go
down 200 feet further. This ore body,
as now developed, is directly contigu
ous to similar developments in the
Shattuck, the property of which drect
ly adjoins the Queen holdings. The
result of the developments for depths
on the Copper Qoeen property will
have its effect on the development
plans of the Shattuck. The present
indications are that the January ship
ment of the Queen will practically be
at the same figure as those of Decem
ber. An important undertaking has been
started by the mining committee of
the "Warren District Commercial club.
On instructions from the directors, the
committee will begin immediately the
preparation of a full list of the indi
vidual owned claims in the "Warren
district. One of the chief objects ot
this work will be to correct the gen
eral public impression that all tho
claims are owned by the two big com
panless, the Copper Queen and the Cal
umet and Arizona.,
Local mining men are of the opinion
that metal nrices in the east have
steadied at a prlee approximately a j
cent a pound lower-than tne price tnai
prevailed a short timej since, but still
at a figure that guarantees profit to
the producer. Electrolytic is still be
tween 16 and 16 1-2 cents a pound and
this price is generally considered as
satisfactory, even at the lowered
prices the local copper situation Is
J considered as sound.
The Calumet -and Arizona reports
that a' discovery has been made dur
ing the past week of a body if .sulphides
on the 1200 foot level of the Hoatson
shaft Thus far-this body has been cut
for 20 feet and the cut is still In . ore
and exploration and development of the
body has just started. On other de
velopment wprk the company is con
tinuing along several lines and no par
ticular strikes have been reported.
At the Junction shaft the company
is working a large shift on the con
creting work and rapid progress is
being made. The company continues
at practically the same, production
figures this month and is shipping
close up to the capacity of the smelter
at Douglas at its present stage.
Copper Queen Dofcig Much "Work.
The Coper Queen is doing more work
at the present time than In several
years. Extensive development work is
in progress, new machinery is being
Installed bHilding construction work
and the continuance of the production
up to the high figures of the end ot
the year is keeping the company busy.
The further sinking at the Sacramento
and Silver Bear shafts has progressed
favorably during the week.
In porphyry development the Im
portance can hardly be overestimated
for the proof of the values running
through that character of rock are
certain to be of much value to the dis
trict. Thus far the developments have
been better than were hoped for. It
was expected to make this character
of ore a concentrating proposition and
the values being obtained are running
higher than would be necessary for the
success of this. Indeed, the values are
so high that much of it has been made
a smelting proposition from the outset.
ITALIAN COLONY FOR
LAND NEAR PHOENIX
Phoenix, Ariz Feb. 5. Thirty Italian
families are soon to arrive at Marinette,
16 miles northwest of Phoenix, to make
permanent homes there.
The 30 families will be only the ad
vance guard of a colony of several hun
dred families that will be located in
the southwest by the Catholic Coloniza
tion Society of America. A hundred or
more families will settle on 10 acre
tracts at Marinette, where they will
engage in raising fruit and vegetables.
P. S. Ricca and Anto Nigro. repre
senting the colonisation society, have
just made a thorough inspection of the
valley and returned to their homes in
Calumet, Mich. They will endorse the
enthusiastic report made by father
Baudizzone. a Catholic priest represent
ing the society, who was in the valley
several weeks ago
It is the plan to have each familv
f ttle on a, tract of about 10 acres.
The Ttalruii are firming peasants from
the north of Italy.
Globe, Ariz.. Feb. 5. Government
surveyors are surveying the route of a
transmission line that will convey elec
tric power from the Roosevelt dam to
Superior. It will tap the line now be
ing built to Miami at a point near that
town. Instalation of electric powet
will act as an impetus to development
in this district, as the present cost of
power is almost prohibitive. The Mag
ma mine is shipping 100 tons of high
grade copper, gold and silver ore weeK
ly and is pushing development work
ahead at a rapid rate. The explora
tion work will be augmented by dia
mond drilling in about two weeks, one
of the drills being already on the
ground. The Silver King mine, idle
for a decade, was relocated a year ago,
and the present owners have sorted
some rich silver ore from the dumps
and glory hole. The ore is native sil
ver occurring in thin sheets and wire
in a light colored, fine-grained por
phyry that also carries some tetrahe
drite. The Guggenhelms nave aban
doned their option on the Black Dia
mond property, one mile north of the
Silver King. Work on the C. & A.
property is being pushed and the new
shaft is being sunk rapidly. Fifty men
High Grade Ore Encountered.
A very Important strike of high
grade ore has been made at the Su
perior & Western mine, in the raise
between the sixth and eighth levels.
The ore is copper glance three feet,
assaying 31 percent copper with drill
ings into the hanging assaying 16 per
cent copper for a distance of four
feet. The high grade ore has thus
been proved for a width of seven feet
with the hanging wall as yet un
reached. The raise is now up 170 feet
above the eighth level, indicating a
continuous ore body between the sixth
and eighth levels, and this new strike
of glance ore at the present horizon
leaves little doubt that this ore body
will extend considerably higher. In
the west end of the mine commercial
ore was mined to within 30 feet ver
tically, of the surface in this same
Pushing Chnrn Drilling.
At the South Live Oak Development
company unusually rapid progress is
being made at churn drill hole No. 6.
The drill has already attained the
depth of 600 feet, an average of 30 feet
daily having been maintained since the
1 starting of the hole 20 days ago. The
I management reports that the drill is
now passing through a zone of heavily
iron stained schist which is very fa
vorable for ore with depth. This hole
is located 350 feet southwest of hole
No. 5. and as the 90 feet of 2 per
cent ore in No. 5 was reported en
countered at a depth of about 800 feet,
it is expected at No. 6 to strike ore at
a similar depth.
Cutting a Station.
At the Inspiration property a sta
tion is being cut at the main west
shaft. Both the main east and west
shafts will be concreted. These shafts
will have a hoisting capacity of 10.000
tons each every 24 hours, and prob
ably a capacity of 7500 tons each for
16 hours, insuring a full supply for the
mill in the event of disablement of one
of the shafts. A 20 by 26 foot station
at Live Oak shaft No. 1 has been fin
ished and a drift started from that
point to connect with Live Oak shaft
"" Ore Below 720 Foot vLeveI.
At the Miami mine one of the eight
diamond drill holes has revealed ore to
a depth of '300 feet below the 720 foot
level. In the future the main shaft
will be sunk to the 870 foot level to
extract the underlying ore. At the
Captain shaft (No. 1) a large head
frame is almost completed and the
rains from the 420 foot level has con
nected with the shaft at the depth of
200 feet. From that point another
compartment is being stripped down
ward. When completed the shaft will
-consist of two compartments, one 4 by
4 feet and one 3 by 4 feet in size.
The larger compartment will be used
for hoisting rock extracted during de
velopment work, the smaller will be
used for counterbalance cages. For
tunately all the development work at
the Captain shaft will be in hard rock
underlying the secondary enrichment
zone. The shaft is being opened to
take the nlace of shaft No. 2. -which.
because of its situation in the ore body
will have to be abandoned.
The electric hoist now at shaft No.
2 will be moved to the Captain. The
200.000-ton stock pile at shaft 'No. 2
is nearing exhaustion. Vice president
J. Parks Channlng has assumed direct
charsre of the Miami CoDner company
during the illness of general manager
is. Brltton Gottsberger.
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Men whose vitality is exhausted, who have some private disease or weak
ness hirking in their system, and who are prematurely old wh;le stall young n.
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life again-to win back the vim, vigor and vitality lost, should eonlt us before
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weak, nervous, fretful and gloomy; hare pains and aches different parts of
the body, your sleep disturbed, weak baek, beadaelie, despondency. Hielanchol.a,
too frequent urination, palpitation of the heart, uwble to coventrate your
thoughts, poor memory, easily fatigued, specks before the eyes, ayersioa society,
lack of ambition, will power depleted, dizzy spells, poor circulation, to feel coW.
lifeless and worn out primarily induced in many cases by abuses, excesses and
Successful Treatment for Weakness
Dosing the system with powerful stimulants & ?. SzW
everv ease we treat.
bv our strictly painless operation. Now we wish to ask any man who has Jjf tLCbi ma
cured If so will he go to a specialist who will introduce him to any number f ,firet ..1f? J!ff
nern'city who8 have & cured, or will he W over nor to a woM-be -. -";
Our improved methods eure in less
than half the time required by old
forms of treatment. When we dis
charge a patient as cured he will
stay eured, and a relapse is impossible.
Specific Blood Poison
This Ioalhsoaie- and treacherous
disease we cure by mild cleansing
remedies, which eradicate every
taint. AH cases cured in 30
Our equipment for treating stric
ture superior to that of any
other specialist. Pain is entirely
eliminated, aad we eure the most
difficult cases with absolute' certainty.
Rupture, Piles, Fistula, All Rectal Diseases
Rectal diseases arc the least trouble to cure of any we treat, especially if they have not ned or
hadly treated for so long that the diseased region has reached a stage where removal js necessary to estabteh a
healthy connection. While rectal diseases are aggravating and painful ant rery fUt"f'te7J
ean be accomplished quickly, though constant treatment, frequently, from two to three months, Kneeesaaiym
nearly all severe cases to effect a complete and lasting cure, simple piles we axe m one treatment of 30 minutes.
Hie swseess w. make in treating rectal diseases comes from observation and practice that has been a "n
of successes. We have gathered ideas and followed the lines of practice of leading reetal speewteis, wtaeh has
prepared us to render satisfactory service to many rectal sufferers who have heretofore beea disappoMted m
RUPTURE We cure without surgery in shortest time possible.
SKIN, KIDNEY, RECTAL AND BLADDER DISEASES, CHRONIC DIS
EASES, DISEASES OF MEN, DISEASES OF WOMEN.
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Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday; 10 to 2.
DR. KETCKERSID & CO.
(Established 6 Years.)
El Paso Texas.
COMPANY FORMED TO
BUILD ROAD TO MINE
WILL NOT STOP WORK
ImllenlloB Point to Increased Activity
In the District: Idle Mines
Guanajuato, Mes.. Feb. 5. Rumors to
the effect that several mlnlns com
panies would suspend orerations for
tunatelv have been without founda
tion. To the contrary all indications
point to renewed activity in this camp.
E. A. Howe, formerly Identified with
the Humboldt Mining company as gen
eral manager, and Mrs. Howe, have
left tor Bolivia.
H'Ant.v HiwaII &pmn(Mi whn hast
mining properties in Teplc, Jalisco and J Copper Creek compan. that a railroad
Copper Creelc Company Is Working .
Men and Will Increase the Force
to ZOO Shortly.
Phoenix. A.-ir., Feb. 5- Articles of
Incorporation have been filed for the
Phoenix and Copper Creek Railroad
company, a subsidiary of the Copper
Creek Mining company, formed for the
purpose of building a railroad 13.4
miles In length that is to convey the
ores and concentrates of that concern
The Copper Creek mine is about 30
miles southeast, of Winkelman. The
railroad is to be extended In a south
erly direction from the Copper, Creek
concentrator. The track will be of 39
inches gage and 40 pound rails will be
used. This will afford transportation
much cheaper than by auto trucks or
mules, and also much more rapid.
It is stated on the best of authority
that Epes Randolph, president of the
Arizona. Eastern comDanv. has prom
ised superintendent Roy Sibley, of the
Guanajuato, has arrived here from
It Is expected that work will be re
sumed In the Humboldt mine, with Kd
Griffin in charge.
The Mexican Mines. Ltd., a company
mostly composed of Oregon people,
owns the La Bonita and Kueva Idria.
near Mineral del Cubo. Quite a lot of
development work has been done on
the former. Operations were sus
pended at the end of last year, but
will be resumed this month, as enough
money has been raised to push the
work to the limit It is contemplated
to extend the main tunnel, original
size 8x8 feet, and continue sinking an
inclined shaft. By tunneling it is ex
pected to cut the famous Nayal vein,
which has produced millions of rich
ore. From the shaft low grade milling
ore has been extracted. This company,
at first organized in the state of Wash
ington, has lately been reorganized in
Oregon. A committee, appointed to
make an inspection trip of the prop
erties and headed by Wm. Ehlert, man
aging director of Lebanon, will arrive
here at the beginning of next month.
J. C Corwin. residing in Dallas. Tex.,
visited Guanajuato and made an In
spection trip of El Roble. Siglo XX.
and San Cayetano, located in the La
Luz district and owned bv the Corwin
and Green Mining and Milling com
pany, and the American Mining and
Milling company, in which the former
is heavily interested. Mr. Corwin is
backed financially by capitalists of
Dallas, prominent bankers of San Mar
cos and representative men of Austin.
Texas. Work will be started In the
near future. H. W. Benton will again
be the manager.
H. H. Miller Co. Is erecting a five
stamp mill, which will be completed
bv the first Weekly shipments of ore
have been sold to the Dwight Furness
company for the last two years. Chas.
L. Johnson is treasurer of this com
pany. ,Ir',?r UetT' enejal manager of the
XI Cubo Mining and Milling company,
and family who have been visiting in
the states for several weeks, have re
turned. EI Gigante Quicksilver Mining com
pany owns El Gigante. a quicksilver
proposition in the La Lue district. The
owners are Mrs Meeser. her two sons.
Federico and Leo. Anthony Grafton
and Enrique M. Jones. The latter Is
manager of the mine. It produces ex
cellent ore. 20 tons being treated per
About one hunflred roll of sUghtlv
dmi.igfrt suarnntced roof ins at half
price. Lander Lumber Cr
will he built iid the San Pedro to con
nect with the narrow gage at Mam
moth as soon as a reasonable tonnage
of freight is assured.
Shipments of concentrates are now
being made from the Copper Creek
mine to one of the Douglas smelters
by way of Winkelman. Auto trucks
are used to convev the concentrates to
that point The returns from the last
carload wre $1699.42.
About 75 men are being worked In
the mine, ft is stated, howevar. that
by March 15 superintendent Sibley ex
pects to have no less than 200 men at
In addition to the men working In j Bell fiOR rV. fi90
ing a tramway from the mine to the
mill, a distance of about two miles.
The distance yet to be covered is about
2500 feet. For a time auto trucks were
used in conveying ore to the mill, but
the experiment did not prove successful.
Japalae and Nukots
The two great furniture and floor finishes, in light and
dark oak, mahogany, walnut, and redwood.
80c per quart, 45c per pint,
25c per 1 -2 pint.
Tut t le Paint and Glass Co.
PHONE 206 2(0-212 N. STANTON
Tell These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
HACK AND AUTO STAND PPS Hold Po Del Norte, on
Rates 3.eo per hour. W. San AatOiHO.
TAXICAB AND AUTO STAND phooes: 449 : 362 : isis
Phoenix. Ariz., Feb. 5. Rumors re
garding the impending sale of the De
velopment company of America hold
ings to the Guggenheim interests have
been revived by the presence in Phoe
nix of Frank M- Murphy. F. C. Earle
and D. W. Deats. Mr. Murphy is presi
dent ot the Development company- Mr.
Earle is superintendent of the mine,
and former superintendent of the
Guggenheims El Paso smelter: and Mr.
Deats is high in the Guggenheim coun
cils. "I have merely come down .from
Castle Hot Springs for a few days In
Phoenix." said Mr. Murphy. "I wish
some of 'you fellows who are trying to
sell me ont would collect a little monov
Both Mr. Earle and Mr. Deats de
clined to discuss the rumored sale.
The Development company of Amer
ica owns the Christmas. Congress
Tombstone and Silverbell mines, and
also the Sasco smelter.
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WASHINGTON MINE TO
Douglas. Ariz.. Feb. 5. After being
closed down for a period of several
months, the Washington mines will re
open this week. F. C. Bostwick and
A. R. Dickson being ready to leave
during the early part of the week to
betrin preparations for active envelop
ment. The mine was closed last fail
wtK-n th- lebels made their raid Into
Sonera. The company wi1 Place a
avail force at work increasing as con
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