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THE ARIZONA REPBLICAX, SUNDAY EIOENIKQ, SEPTEMBER 2S, 190G Arizona Mines S. D, Gardom of Dudleyville called at ' Messrs. Goddard and Huntsinger be our sanctum and treated us to a lieve in going: down in the ground, glimpse of a sample of ore taken from one of his gold producing properties at Dudleyville, says the Florence Blade. which is the only way to make a mine. WICKENBURG DISTRICT. The sample was but a small one but . The Black Rock and The Coarse Gold it was probably the richest ever taken Companies. from a mine in Arizona, assays of sim-! Har pieces running as high as $200,000 Th Black Limited is a company of ' v,ninuiaii i-apiiaiiis wno own a group of three claims, the New York. Chi- per ton in gold. The sample he showed us would probably run still higher, for cago. and San Francisco rwy t i fc duu " 1 1 r iiiiuii;u. 1 ney are 10- it was fairly full of gold. It was taken cated up the river about twelve miles from his Two Queens group of claims, from Wickenburg. The principal work in the Saddle Mountain district in I is on the Chicago, on which is a shaft Pinal county, and the streak where in 200 feet deep, and about 700 feet of 1 this richest stuff is contained is from drifts and tunnels. In running a cross four to twelve inches in width. j cut to tap the shaft they have encoun He made the strike of this rich ore. tered a large body of glance ore which some time ago, his first assays from : goes 40 per cent copper. The ledge is the high grade stuff bringing returns a monster 150 feet wide and carries of $118,052.80. He has since had sev- ! good values. With the facilities for a eral of these high assays until recently ' large plant which it has the group is it reached the $200, 0W) mark. j destined to become a larger producer. Before making the rich find Gardomi The. Coarse Gold Mining company's organized the Central Mining and De- r property is owned by Goldberg Bros, velopment. company of which S. H. of Phoenix and others and is about 11 Snyder is president and C. G. Werner, i miles from Wickenburg on the Hasa-vlce-president. Both reside In Los An- ' yam pa river. They have a large group four feet in width that will sample 21 per cent in copper in the Hassay'ampa district, where nobody believed that copper ore of commercial value ex isted. "Work is being pushed on the Sen ator tunnel and in the development of the Ten Spot mine, which is now yielding high grade ore. "In the 600 foot level of the shaft on the properties of the Mount Union Consolidated Mines company the rich strike made some weeks ago has been developed into an Immense ore body, with an average thickness of over six feet and carrying high grade values." Mr. Wilson is one of the old time miners of the district and owns some very promising properties near the Crook group, which he is engaged in developing. He will leave for his camp today. THE PITTSBURG-JEROME New Strike on a Promising Hills Property. Black before it Is lost in the loose rock and wash of the mountain side. Very little prospecting has been done in this district of late years, but this new discovery promises to revive inter est in the section and Mr. Mace fa making preparations to sink a shaft at the point of discovery and develop the ledge, which appears so promising on the surface. Journal-Miner. COPPER BELLE GROUP. Reported to Have Passed to Operators of the Shannon. The strike in the shaft on the Pitts burg-Jerome is the most interesting piece of mining news that we have printed during the eleven yVars we have been printing the News of Je rome. The strike is one of the best. the most substantial and looks more like a big commercial proposition than any strike that has been made in the district outside of the U. V. and Cop per Chief. At a depth of 250 feet the ore body ' was five feet in width and dipped southwest into the hill. The geles. Gardom is superintendent and of claims, the main ledge where most makes his home in Dudleyville. I of the work is done is a2 very large Kansas City people are interested, i vein carrying high values in gold, out and have promised to take a large , of one pocket of which Grijalva the! block; of the company's stock the pro- 1 former owner of the property took the shaft has been sunk sixteen feet deep- ceeus to tie used m me development or, sum or $b000. All of the ground below er with the ore body in evidence for tne ledge has been famous for yeas for j that distance, and wider and of a high placer gold nuggets worth as much as I er grade at the bottom. As depth is lioo which have been picked up there. ! attained the strike increases in interest the claims. Gardom states that a general average-of .the ore, taken -from all parts of the six claims is $29 to the ton in gold and copper. Several big ledges aver aging even higher than that. A STIR AT GODDARO'S CAMP. A New Hoist to Be Installed Will Sink a Deep Shaft. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Goddard Mining com pany, which was held in Prescott on Sept. 4, C. F. Goddard was elected president and general manager, J. T. Neff. 1st vice-president; M. E. Ham mond, of Los Angeles, secretary; F. W. Chase, treasurer. Directors, D. E. Huntsinger, of Wickenburg, Geo.. E. Goddard, of Pittsburg, Pa., Isaac Gug enheimer, Pittsburg, Ed Carruthers, Washington, Pa. Attorneys, Byron L. Oliver, Los Angeles and R. E. Mor rison of Prescott. The company has commenced work again on the Daniel Webster, says the Wickenburg News-Herald, and is now building a road up to the shaft pre jratory to installing a hoist. When the machinery is in readiness it is their in tention to sink a shaft several hundred fet, or until they strike the sulphides. They have a monster ledge and when they strike the sulphide zone it is safe to say, that the Dannie Webster will make a stir in this section. Mr. Huntsinger, who was in charge of the work has sunk a shaft 140 feet in depth, on the Independence, one of the Goddard company's claims and has developed good ore in a strong ledge. The main work consists of a tunnel ! and developments are being watched and winze which cuts the ledge about ! with the utmost eagerness by the whole -'uu teet below the surface. The ledge . district. The Pittsburg-Jerome prop is a strong one of good ore and there j erty is located about three miles south is no doubt that with proper develop- , west of the United Verde, and is on ment this property will make a great ! what is supposed to be the west side mine. It is within one-half mile of the ! of the Jerome-Verde copper belt. Je Hassayampa river where there is an ! rome News. abundance f water. News-Herald, j STRIKES IN YAVAPAI. THE SENATOR DISTRICT. ' News From the Crook, Nearby Mines, Within the past week another min- Senator and eral strike of more than ordinary im portance was made in the Blach Hills mining district. The scene of the new- discovery is located on Grapevine Creek, where Bert Thorne and H. The Tombstone Prospector is In re ceipt of cheering news from Gleeson which, if true, and its source of infor mation is regarded as authoritative will furnish an impetus to mining in that district that will act as a conta gion toward that very promising sec tion. The gentlemen operating the Shan non copper properties at Clifton have acquired control of the Copper Belle group of mines at that place, assuming management yesterday when President Palmer and General Manager Bennle of the Shannon Copper company began directing affairs, installing a superin tendent, mapping out development work, and in general preparing to work the property on a scale commensurate with its conceded greatness. The Copper Belle is a famous prop erty in more ways than one. First of all it gained notoriety because of Its generous production of high grade ores and, like other mines of merit, had to pass through the vortex of litigation that resulted in the opposite effect of marketing or opening up contiguous properties of recognized values. Surrounding and adjoining the Cop per Belle. Martin Costello of Tombstone owns a large number of equally prom ising claims, and since the Shartnon people have become identified with the camp it is almost a certainty that Mr. Costello's holdings, together with nu merous other meritorious properties will be made to become producers in the very near future. f ? J I ,i 1 I I t . t m tl H U W ' LI o-SOYEi&ES OF There is a familiar saying, and a true one, that "Time proves all things." When a medicine has stood this test for a period of forty years and is then more in popular favor than ever, there is no doubt as to its merits. This is the standard by which S. S. S. has been measured, and its record of forty years of cures fully justifies its popularity as a blood medicine. For nearly half a century this great remedy has beeu used in the treatment of blood and skin diseases of every character, and so satisfactory have been the results that it is now the best known and most widely used blood medicine in the world. The success of S. S. S. is based upon the fact that it has always doue everything claimed for -it; it has maintained the confidence. of the people because it deserves it. The constantly increasing demand for S. S. S. is the result of the good words spoken of it by those who have been cured of disease by its use, and know from experience that it is the greatest of all blood purifiers. ITS FORTY YEARS OF EXISTENCE HA VE BEEN FORTY YEARS OF CURES, For Rheumatism. Catarrh Sornfula fTirrcmr Srrf: nnd Hirers. Skin T")ipn5;p; Contagious Blood Poison, and all nther rlicac r?nf tr nn imnnre or noisnnpd rnnditinn nf the blood, there is nothing that equals S. S. S. It counteracts and drives out the germs and poisons, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the disease" permanently and restores strong, robust health. Where the ueuuemen: t or sevr voarc T .-, Just what was the matter I do not know, but I do know I hr?nJ 6 r man and could et nothing that would tfaUt', 1 Uied local Aoctors. specialists, highly advertised tonics, pills, compounds, and MPrvthi,. ti. was recommended to me t. . . i. . . turn Liiy iiuuuie was ai . 7lst: 1 was unale to work for several months, lost in Uaa no amDition or energy whatever, and was ex tremely nervous. I beoame alarmed as to my condition I 8 I d of1mine wha I shou.d do. telling him if I didn t get something shortly to build me up that I would not last muchlonger. He told me S. S. S. had dor.e him GLOBE MINING NEWS. "Crook Canyon and the Senator country are certainly among the bus iest sections of the country," said Lute ' Sweeney own a group of twelve claims. Wilson, the well known mining man, I known as the Golden Gate group, sit to a Journal-Miner man. j uated about two and one-half miles "The Nassua Mining company is j nothwest of the properties of the Yae pushing work on the Crook group of ; ger Canyon Copper company, and mines. Two tunnels are being run with j about one mile east of the holdings of power drills, two machines working the Money Metals Mining company, side by side in each of the openings. All j Yesterday A. D. Mace, one of the old of the machinery installed by the com- j time prospectors of this county, re pany is first class in character, and the ' turned from a prospecting trip through men who are employed there a,re all j the district west of Granite mountain, men of experience and great progress j bringing with him specimens of a rich is being made. mineral find discovered by him about "Some few days ago," he said, "I j one mile and a half west of the moun visited the Storm Cloud mine, which is ; tain and about one mile east of Sheep among me oiaesi patented claims in ' Spring, one of the noted watering the county, and was surprised at the showing made there. Just think of it. This mine has been developed from time to time, for many years, and this wonderful body of ore was not discov ered until recently. It certainly looks good to see a paystreak from three to places of the vicinity. The samples taken from the crop pings carry high grade values in cop per and gold and the pay shoot where it appears on the surface is four feet in width and can be traced for a con siderable distance along the suVface PHOENIX MONDAY AAHD j 111 $ kS i A . ! OCT ENORMOUS SHOWS UNITED Progress of Operations on Many Large Properties. The Inspiration Mining company has been busy during the past week mov ing machinery and grading for its con centrating mill, and reports good prog ress. The Keystone Copper company is now shipping ten tons of 12 to 15 per cent ore per day to the Old Dominion smelter, and expects soon to increase shipments to 50 tons daily. It is work ing a force of 25 men. The m , -. . i j i , i . . . onu iu luuK wen, me scopes snowing steady improvement. Water was struck at the depth of 545 feet in the Black Hawk shaft on Sunday, and Tuesday the flow increas ed so that work in the shaft had to be suspended. A pump will be installed within a few days, when the manage ment expects to be able to sink to 600 feet and open another level. a world of good in some chronic trouble and strongly ad- f-iVh r t v j , 1 Qla so Dut must admit with little iann, as i naa tried so man v thinoo -rrHfh Ml Via via; T agtne my glad surprise to find I was actually improving after using a iew bottles of the medicine. Of course I continued on with the medioine wijh the result that it put me on my feet again and made me a well man. I believe my blood had gotten very weak and impure, and as a result my general system became so run down and debil itated that I would have given way under it had I not fortunately gotten hold of your S. S. S.. the greatest of all medicinal preparations, in my humble opinion Wooster, Ohio. , L. Y. McCLURK. blood is weak or anaemic and unable to nourish the body as it should, S. S. S. sup plies it with the healthful properties needed, and being a bracing, invigorating tonic it builds up the entire system. It goes down to the very bottom of all blood disorders and in this way readies deep-seated and inherited cases on which the ordinary sarsaparillas and tonics have no effect. S. S. S. is also an ideal old peoples' reded', relieving the diseases and discomforts of old age and giving strength and vigor to their declining constitutions. Not only is S. S. S. certain in its results, but it is safe. Being made entirety. from roots, herbs and barks of the forests and fields, chosen for their cleansing, healing and building-up proper- v . . , . ties, it acts gently and pleasantly on the delicate members and tissues of the body. S. S. S. enjoys the distinction of being the only blood medicine on the market that does not contain a mineral ingredient of some kind If you are in need of a blood remedy do not experiment with unproved medicines, but get ZLl ?S Temdy that has the endorsement of millions of people, and one that has proved its worth by its forty years of cures. All sufferers from blood or skin diseases are invited to write our Medical Department, statine their case, and nnr nliviVi'an -;n oi- i owing! ?x7lngiany m5dical advice "e:d, and will send our books on the different diseases. v mais.c uu ciiarge ior tne advice or the books. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. efforts of the management so success ful, as they are at the present time. And it is no wonder that President 'Gage and Superintendent Staunton u rt The Globe Consolidated is working i elated over the prospects. Under the a force of about 25 men at the Gem j direction of Master Mechanic Garrett snart, which will be increased as rap-I and Foreman Macie the work of sink- one whose death lias boon deemed of i idly as conditions will permit. The j Ins in the big shaft was resumed dur- sufficient interest to be cabled round ' As a 1:1 '-v -ud. nt and .. . cial at Ber shaft is down 15 feet and the first set'ing the past week and the deoth . .. . . . ! lin durimr his tvav..'. ir. now attained 900 feet, and is beingT ' t " ' " . OI ' throushoiu h's diplomatic career at Pushed down as rapidly as three 8-hourj f "roan- but of Pol.tan interest. Krakfo!t. St. Petersburg- Paris an.1 shifts with the assistance of the ma- I In,1ed. the record of Tyra hardly end- j elsewhere, as well as at Var-zin and at Chine drills can do the work. It is the I 1,(1 w ith ni lift for the cable has ince i Friedrichsrub. Kismarck always had Intention to push the work to the ltnio told the world that the first visitor to 1 tne companionship of one or more of iZl rlel f,rff an' lZ statjons are Prince Bismack on his recent birth-da v ' his fv"r"e S- Probably the one to cut or new drifts run. When that level .... . .... which he was most mtnoh.i ci . .... was tne voutnlul emneror who hrmirht ... .. . w hich died at alzin in 1ST7. Ty- m NOW ABSOLUTELY THE BIGGEST SHOW IN THE WORLD, TO WHICH IS NOW ADDED THE THRILL ING 1000-CHARACTER SPECTACLE, FIGHTING THE FLAMES. Scenery Representing A Whole City Stage Bigger than 100 Theatres Superb Costumes Magnificent "Electrical Pffprtc. . MOST GIGANTIC AMUSEMENT FEATURE EVER DEVISED. BIGGEST MENAGERIE ON EARTH, Tallest Giraffe Alive Huge Hippopotamus Only Rhinoceros iri Captivity Den of Giant Polar Bears A Whole Caravan of Camels Three Herds of Elephants, and the Biggest Collection of Caged Ani mals in the World. SUPERB 8-FOLT CIRCUS. NEW SENSATIONAL FEATURES MOST ASTOUNDING OF ALL. SALVO'S FEARFUL TRIP TO THE MOOK, THE MOST HAZARDOUS FEAT OF ALL. The Greatest Acrobats, the Foremost Riders, Incomparable Aerial Displays, Athletic and Gymnic Stars Supreme. GrouDes and r r ...... Arainea ana Acting Animals Gigantic Company of Funny Clowns. Three Rings, three Stages, Hippodrome Concourse and Aerial Enclave filled with THE WORLD'S FOREMOST ARHMic. qtadu GORGEOUS FREE STREET PARADE, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. THE MOST ELABORATE, LARGEST PAGEANT EVER SEEN. Ml TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY at 2 and 8 P.M. Doors Open 1 Hour Earlier, RESERVED SEATS A SJ n inMiecinia . " SAME PR,ce; CHARGED ON THE GROUNDS. N 5HOW DAY SAN.CHAS', AT THE of timbers is being put in. After the work at the Gem shaft is well under way it is expected that the company will gradually expand operations. The Live Oak Copper company Is now working a considerable force, sink ing an incline shaft and preparing for the installation of a hoist and air com pressor. The shaft is down about 35 feet and is bottomed in 9 per cent ore. The Live Oak has one of the largest bodies of silicious copper ore of good grade in the district, from which it Is said over $100,000 was taken by Boone & Strang, lessees, and which was lost by the caving in of the workings. The new shaft is being sunk for the pur pose of reopening this ore body and to re-establish the Live Oak as a heavy producer. Aside from the suspension of work in the Black Hawk shaft, caused by an unexpected volume of water, Arizona Commercial Copper has made very good progress during the past week. The eighth level crosscut has now been driven about 150 feet and is in an altered lime, which is considered a fa vorable formation for the occurrence of ore. The grade for the standard gauge railroad which is to connect the com pany's mines with the Old Dominion smelter is three-fourths completed. Several cars of bridge timbers have arrived and are being delivered along the line of the railroad where needed. Timbers are being framed for the first bridge nearest the smelter to span Haley gulch, and which will be about 200 feet long and about 30 feet high at the deepest place in the gulch. The railroad should be completed by De cember 1, or soon thereafter. Silver Belt. BISMARCK'S DOGS. hound had been sent out of the room. Mifmarck was fined live t balers for Of all tne dogs that have a place In bringing this "terririic bv isf into the history, Tyras, that noted Ulmer dog rectors sanctum. in addition to the of the German chancellor, js the nnlv Punishment meted out to the original oueiise. THE SHATTUCK SHIPPING. The Shattuck-Arizona has ' been shipping one hundred and seventy-five tons of ore daily since the completion of the tramway, says the Bisbee Re view. On account of the limited facil ities the management will not increase this average until the first of October, when it is probable that the shipments will reach the 300 ton mark. The tramway has been working per fectly, not the slightest hitch having been experienced since it was put Into operation. The ore which is shipped runs from 9 to 12 per' cent copper. The drift on the 600 level is in iron ore ledge matter. This iron ore has almost invariably been a forerunner of a large copper body in the ' Warren district, so the management looks for good results in this drift. On the 700 the attention Is being giv en to the opening up of two new ore bodies, one of them a sulphide, and the other an ox'de. On the 800 three ore bodies are being opened up, two of them are sulphide, and the remaining one oxide. The two raises from the S00 to the TOO are in oxide ore, and stoplng has been going on for the greater part of the week. is reached another large numn iviiieh i already on hand, will be installed to handle the water. At the present time the pumps are handling about 4.000, 000 gallons every twenty-four hours. The water is being handled from the shaft by two sinking pumps which lift to the TOO, from which point it is raised to the surface by the station pump, while the pump on the 800 keeps the pump on the 600 busy handling the as the youthful emperor, who brought 1 " .i i.ie lI.e ;-,as. who was of unusual size, and of of the lamented Tyras. I'nr nearly six- j the slate color, which is most popular ty years Prince Bismarck owned spec- j in Germany, was then quite a young linens of of the Great Dane, and gen-j dog. and he was the constant corn pan -erally had one or more of unusual size. ion of his illustrious owner till the time His rirst hound, acquired while living I of his death, sharing his walks, his with his parents at Kniephof. was one j rides, his business, and his meals " and of the largest ever seen, and was an j keeping guard in his bedroom at night, object of awe to the peasantry of the) At Varzin or Kriedrichsruh the two district. This dog afterward aceom-iwere inseparable. snnnor o. h. at vjoiungen. wnei'e he speedily made 1 the morning dispatched. nis mark. Once when Bismarck was . "ReiehskanzU r" .sallied off summoned to appear before the rector j "Reichshund" at his heels, and for throwing an empty bottle out of j rest of the day. the long light c than the with the for the coat and his window, he took with him his enor- j the battered felt hat of the famous mous hound, to the great dismay of ; statesman were not greater nhwt. nf reverend dignitary, who promptly interest than the huxe doc- which Vol. refuge behind a high-backed . lowed him evervwhere. on hn'Phak chair, where he remained until the j on foot. Man's Best Friend. the found water from there to the surface. The j panied his young master to the college ! most absolutely necessary business of uwoci j inner now consists or a hattery of eight marine boilers with 16o0 h. p., but five of which are being used at the present time. The work of sinking the shaft will progress much more rapidly at the present time than it has in the past, on account of the installation of a new air compressor, which is used to furnish power for the machine drills. A tramway is being built from the big shaft to one of the ore dumps so that the ore can be brought up to the ore bins and then run through the mill. There are several thousand tons of this ore, taken out when the shaft was sunk, that will now give excellent returns through the mill. At the mill everything is running smoothly. 40 stamps dropping contin ually and crushing between 180 and 200 tons of ore per day, while the cyan ide plant is handling the same amount. Two carloads of concentrates were shipped to the smelters last month and one is being loaded today. Last month was the banner month in the mill, bar ring accidents, as the 40 stamps were dropping only a part of the month, while this month they will have a full swing at it. Superintendent Tyndall of the mill is making arrangements for the handling of the old tailings bed and is about ready to begin the work of putting it through the mill. A tram way has been built from the tailings bed to the upper side of the mill, where a small hoisting engine has been in stalled to haul the loads from the bed to put into the ore bins. Another set of boilers is being put in place on the east side of the mill to furnish addi tional steam power, the brick masons being at work on- them at the present time. Foreman Kohlen of the mill is much pleased over the way the mill is running. A clean-up is being made to day and several good sized bars of the pure stuff will be the result. THE WHITE GOLD COMPANY. PROGRESS AT TOMBSTONE. New Tramways Built, New Air Com pretson, and More Pumps. Work on the properties of the Tomb stone Consolidated Mines company In the Tombstone district has made con siderable advancement since our last report, says the Prospector. Not since the work was started on the new shaft in May, 1901. has the outlook for the company been so encouraging, and the Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Kauffman of the White Gold company camp was in town Friday last. Mr. Kauffman states that the property is showing up well and that as soon as a sfficient supply of oil is obtained that the mill will run stead ily. It appears there is some difficulty in getting the oil for fuel. It is the sincere hope and belief of all concerned that Mr. White will succeed in his ef forts to put the property on a dividend paying basis. Wickenburg News-Herald. !lr -y' -fHf""' '. ' ; , -;mK2JiKiiV The main trouble with apples this year is they are too big to eat. Wheth- er you take a big bite or a little ones, you are bound to rub either your chin or your nose in the apple. Atchison Globe. X '-ill'!- y 7 .. l'-V?'