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THE ARIZONA. REPUBLICAN: THUIWDAY MOENINQ, OCTOBER 3, 1901.
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EXHIBITION AT GOLDBERG BROS., PHOENIX, ARIZONA, DISTRIBUTING AGENTS FOR "THE BEST ON EARTH," DON'T FORGET THE DAY AND DATE OCT. 4 AND 5 Goldberg Bros'. Shoe Rememfref Our- Freo fines and Minerals of Arizona James Winters, one of the best known pros pert ore in Arizona, and w-io has punched a burro over every big mountain trail in the (territory, is In the city for the purpose cf making a. fresh start. lr. Winter is a profes sional prospector who finds a ledfje. sell? it for whatever It la deemed to be worth, and then finds another one. H: does not wait to prt rich on the turn of one wheel. A little money now and then is better than going1 hungTy most of one's life for th. sake of making u big" deaf at the last end for somebody else to get the benefit of. THE EOTJNDABY C01TE A Rich Gold District in Mohave County. Kingman, Ariz., Oct. 1. (Special cor respondence of the Republican.) The geld district in the western slope of the river range between Needles, Cal.. and Fort Mohave, Arizona, and known as Boundary Cane district, is fast com ing to the front as the most promising gold" district in Arizona. The nam-2. ''Boundary Cone," is derived from a buue, 6r. high Isolated peak of basaltic rock at the lower end of the district, through which the 25th parallel of lati tude passes. This butte is a prominent landmark for miles in every direction. The formation in the district, and in the entire western slope of the ranse at this place to within two miles of the summit, is porphyry. The veins trend parallel with the range of mountains. rnd are of great prominence. Some ..i.. The vein on one claim, the Treadweli 13 72 feet wide, all ore. On this veirt there are six locations, making 9,x''J feet of croppinas. The ore Is quartz and cal-e spar, jind the gold is fre. though much of It Is very Cn. The or' Is all of a character that will rcquiro a cyanide process for successful treat ment. Samples tested. In laboratory from a number of th? claims In the dis trict have given results of extraction from 97 to 99 per cent.. Four different companies have within the past few weeks made purchases of mines In the district and have begun operations. Ttje last property sold Is the Leland, be longing to West and Bedell. This vein runs through a high peak or butte, and Is opened up by tunnels. A four foot streak In "a stope above the main tun nel shows free gold in profusion. Th'! ore will be transported to the valley of the Colorado river, from four to seven miles, and treated there. Nothing but bad management can prevent the B'junJary Cone country from becoming the greatest gold min ing region In Mohave county withl-i I six months. ORACLE MINING NEWS. The prospects for a resumption of work ut the Condon mines are very good. Mr. Frank" Heillg. who is now In charge, -recently re6ived a letter from T. G-. Qondon saying that he wouI4 . and Clothing Store Employment Office reach Arizona about the middle of Oc tober and make provisions for opening up the mine. Luke Turnbull, the engi neer and Steve Ramsdcl! are now In Tucfon purchasing provlstcns. When mnning the mine employs fifty men E. S. Dodge is still in the Galinro mountains, where he is superintending th work on his claims adjoining the Princess Mining company. Captain N. P. Allen of the Eureka Development company, in the Canada del Oro, paid Oracle a visit; Saturday. Although the expert who examined the property being worked by this com pany, did not make a favorable report, captain Allen trusts that the work will rot be abandoned as" he believea the prospects still o.-d. Citizen. THE CLIPPER MINE. W. II. Mercer, general manager for Crenshaw Bros, of New York an-1 Richmond. Va.; who have a bond on the Cllppfr mine and group of claims is pushing development work on that property. A month ago a contract was let for a tunnel 400 feet in- length, and last ' Friday, twen'ty rTays after the work was begun. It had been driven 104 feet. When completed this tunnel will attain a depth of about 350 feet. Also drifting from a winze sutalc from the oH tunnel is in progress. This tun nel, which is a crosscut. Is In ore for a distance of 100 feet, which has been carefully pampled and found to aver- ge six per -cent in copper and carries stringers of ore that go very much, higher. Whit is probably the record for tun nel work has been made by the con tractors at this property. Three men L working nineteen days and two men working fifteen dsys (a total of fifty three shifts) In shooting ground from the start, completed 100 feet, the dl-mcnr-lor-s of the tunnel being, height seven feet, width at the bottom four feet, and three feet ot the cap. GLOBE AHD VICI1TITY Budget of Gila County Mining Kewf. The following mining news is gleaned from the latest issue of the Silver Belt: A report is current that an import ant strike has been made in the Cop per Hill mine, owned by the Arizona Commercial Company, but in the ab sence of Superintendent W. S. Sultan, who is at Troy, the rumor cannot be confirmed. A party of gentlemen from Hancock. Ml.-h... stockholders in the Pinto Creek Copper company, arrived on Monday'i tiain and in company with Superin tendent Sleboth. went out to the min ing property which they are develop In" n-":ir the head of Pinto creek. . W. H. Mercer ami J. A. . Valentine, who have bonds on twenty copper rlaimr. situated on the divide between Pinto and Mineral creeks, have had the survey rr.aJe for- c croi.ii.uA tunnel to be 1000' feet ln length, and gain an For Hie traveling the largest stock Telescopes and equal depth from the surface. There are thirty-four leacTs showing on the surface which the proposed tunnel Is expected tc cut. This Is by far the moet Important development yet ur.- ' dertaken or proposed, and will be of very great value ln demonstrating th-: character and permanenre of the ore in that portion of the Globe mining cis- ; trlct. which Is Just now attracting so , much attention. F. D. Adams, superintendent of the . Pob Tall Mines company, who was In ! town during the wjvk, reported good , progress being made In the develop- ment of the .company's mines. Drifts are being run east and west from the ; bottom of the shaft, 100 feet ln depth, j The west drift, which has been run 9i feet. Is In ore varying ln width from ! two to five feet and. carrying valu-s of j from t23 to ?:il per ton ln gold, f liver ! and copper. In the east dTlft, 105 feet. shows a foot of ore averaging from J79 to JSD. They are making about 23 feet a week in these drifts. An uprle from the west drift to connect with the level good ore. A small Fairbanks & Mors? gasoline engine, to be used to run the blower, was received this week and taken out to the mine. The Oro-Cobre Mining company Iiau been organized and Incorporated un der the laws of Arizona, with head quarters at Tempe, .r cevelop an op erate the Goodwin gold claims at Gold, field, Pinal county, and a group of cop per claims situated In Lyon's canyon. Globe district, about sixteen miles southwest of Glebe. The latter clnims were acquired, from Mrs. A. Kinney and J. A. McCarthy, and are very promising prospects, being located or strong ledge, and samples of the ore. which we have seen, carry high values in silver and copper. The stock of the company has recently been placed o:i the market and we understand there Is quite a demand for It. The officers are: Carl Hoyden, prertilent: G. A Goodwin, vice president: F. M. Schure man, secretary, and William Goodman, treasurer. J.C. and R. G. Goodwii are stockholders and directors. LINCOLN PROPERTY LEAPED. Yesterday John Berry gave a six months' lease on his Lincoln- mine. Walker' district, to Messrs. Abernathy Kuell. In the 90 foot tunnel on this property Mr. Berry states that ther? Is a pay screak of four inches; cf solid ore, which carries eighty ounces of silver per ton; in a shaft thirty-five feet dcrp there is sixteen Inches of orc- of an ax'erage assay value of SO ounces silver and $11 per ton gold: In a shaft fifteen feet deep there Is feurteen inches; of ore which carries forty-four ounces silver. The Mudhole mine peo ple have located a claim adjoining th Lincoln and will develop same. Th property is located ten miles from Prescott, on the main wagon road. Some very rich gold and silver ore was taken from this property years ago. Prescott Courier. OAILKYVTLLE'S FTTTITRE. Gaileyvllle. the old camp to th southwest pf bpre. which has been practically deserted for many years, is again coming to the front, says the Luvdsibtixs liberal. There have teen quite a number of mep at work there public wc ere showing of Trunks, Hand Bags, Suit Cases in Phoenix 1 for some time. -At a point some two ! miles east, ln a seventy foot tunnel or has been struck that essayed J122 in gold. O. C. Davi3 has a car of copper ore ready to ship, which has bee a sampled and found to run $11)0 per ton. Marmaduke has a four foot vein of j copper which shows shipping ore at the surface. Robert Hall, a railroader, has let a contract for sinking seventy feet- His prospect is near Eagle Nest, four miles north of the camp, and has pay ore in sieht. One of the best Indi cations of the future prosperity of, the camp Is the fact that John Glea?on has become interested here. He has some fifteen claims. Gleason never goes to work in a camp but ' It immediately picks, up. and the indications are that this will be the case here. MINING NOTES. Tombstne Consolidated Mines company. Limited, is the name of th company which has the big work in n the hill. The eombinati-m ; shaft is now down 451 feet and the good c-rk continues. Prospector. At a meeting of the board of direct ors of the Pearl Gold Mining: comparv last "evening at the Bank of Bisbee the price of stock in the ccmr"" was ad vanced from $1 per share to $2.50. The advance is justified by recent rl''h strikes on the company's property lo cated In the Dos Cabcsas mountains. Bisbee Review. A Mr. McCalla came In from White Picache district, twelve miles this side of Wickenburg. says the Courier, bringing with him some specimens of copper ore from claims which he has Just located there. There Is a stron? ere body whih gives assays of from seven to seventeen per cent copper. Some of the ore carries 25 per cent cop per. George WadiieU and Frank Kuhne have taken a bond on the old Quartz i-.t BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY -ilVwJTz.'.- possess, ltflotcniy IWJL?W tomc prcpertlcc' Mi -mi ' '(fiQHEMIAN i&fKiH LOUIS MELCZER, - Pnoenix xpw&m . ... , .c ..-o, i i ilj< " J Mountain mine .which has also been known as the Dan O'Boyle property. This mine produced a great deal of rich ore ln the early days, says the Courier. Waddell & Kuhne will start work upon the property right away. They have $100 per ton gold ore to start In with. The mines are located twelve miles from. Prescott. Report comes from the group of copper-gold claims near Huron, which are being operated by a Scotch syndicate, that twelve Inches of high grade copper-gold ore has Just been struck In tn bottom of the shaft. Hon. G. W. Hull's Swindler ' mine, near Huron, Is showing splendidly as to rich ore In large bodies, says the Courier. The making of a mine out of this property Is largely due to the per severance and good management of O. W. Hubbard. Preparations are now being made to put up a mill on the property. Milton McLean, assistant superin tendent of the Detroit Copper company, and John Burns, superintendent of tbf Rierson mine, recently purchased a group of claims adjoining the property of the Home Copper company, and will commence- development work on them next week. Copper Era. - A very Interesting suite of copper ore specimens was received at the Arizona school of mines, university, during the summer vacation through the courtesy of Mrs. Frank Proctor. The specimen's were selected and packed by Mr. Ed Massey and represent the chief varie ties of ores found in that camp; sheets of pure native copper, vitreous copper, yellow copper, black copper, ruby cop per cuprite, both massive and crystal lized ln the form of fine needles and often called capillary copper ore, a somewhat rare form, but both beauti ful and rich ln the metal. These spec imens make a very acceptable addition to the museum. Mr. Allen C. Bernard. Jr., has also sent in a very choice sheet of native copper from the Greene Con solidated mines on the Veta Grand", Cananea, Sonora. Citizen. The American Mining company, op erating near the Azurlte. has about three hundred tons ready for shipment and expects to ship in a short time, says the Citizen. A large amount of rich ore has been developed. Mr. Shelly of the Elk Horn mine, lo cated between the San Xavier and the Wheeler & Perry claims, in Pimn county, while in the east a few days since sold all of the treasury stock authorized and secured enough to pro ceed with development work on a. large, scale. The company has some eighteen claims rich ln copper and with a favui able percentage of gold. Mr. J. B. Coplin will return to the Copper Hill mine today. Owing to the unsettled condition of the company's affairs it Is not known just when the mine Will resume. The company that now owns the mine will begin the erec tion of a plant within the next two months and it is hoped that the miu will be in operation by the first of next year. Tucson Citizen. The colony on the RHiito has been prospecting for some time in the vicin ity of Bear canyon and report that they have some valuable .gold discov eries. Citizen. The concentrator for the Armargosa mlne is on the ground and will be iu operation as soon as it can be set u The ore Is among the richest ever dis covered in the territory. The Primrose mine, Todd Basin, which has' been operated by Los An-ge-les people, has closed down. " They recently put in a new track and had everything in readiness to begin devel opment work. No reason, that we could learn was the cause for suspension-. Kingman Arrow. John E. Blakely and family, accom panied by Miss Nevada Desmond, ar- ' rived froni the Big Sandy last evening. John has boen mining on the Ben But ler, ln Aubrey district, with Blakely &. Ward and made a recent mill run ot sixteen tons which netted the boys a hai.dsome profit on their labor. El Williams was the mill man and saved the valuea in the Tremain mill to a very high percentage. Kingman Ar row. niCKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Henderson Grlmett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the UEe of one arm ana one side. After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a whlia without relief, my wife recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using- two bottles of it he is almost en tirely cured. Geo. R. McDonald, Man. Logan county. W. Va. Several other very remarkable cures of partial paral ysis have been effected' by the use of this liniment. It is most widely known, however, as a cure for rheumatism, sprains and bruises.- Sold by Elvey & Hulett. SECOND 'MILLION IRRITATES. General Sickles is much annoyed fy , people who ask him where he lost his leg. This simple question, after being asked a few thousand times, becomes as maddening as the fly that returns tj ; the same bald spot. Minneapolis Jour nal. . The cure for a slight attack of love is a very heavy attack. . . v. flavor llghtftil quality a facer can makes it most gratilyv proof that it is rich in "K!ag of all OotUed Brers." is brewed from choicest imported Bohemian hops. A family fcecr rvishout an equaL Prcsc-iocd fcy hundreds of physicisas. "r.IT . LOUIS MELCZER, - Phoenix ft ONLY. NEVER SOLD IN 8CIK.