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6 THE SALT LAKE LAI < E HERALD RATn MONDAY MAY 7 1906 906
r NEVV EW DISTRICT DISTRICTNEAR DISTRICTNEAR
NEAR PIOCHE PIOCHESection
Section Where Whipple Dis Discovery Discovery Discovery
covery Was Made Described Describedby
by Pioche Record Man ManNEWS ManNEWS ManNEWS
NEWS FROM LOON CREEK CREEKYANKEE CREEKYANKEE CREEKYANKEE
YANKEE FORK COUNTRY WANTS WANTSTELEPHONE WANTSTELEPHONE WANTSTELEPHONE
TELEPHONE TO CUSTER CUSTERA
A representative of the Pioche Record Recordhas Recordl1as Recordhas
has just been making an Inspection Inspeetionof Inspeetionofthe of ofthe ofthe
the section near Bailey Springs where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the sensational strike was made by J J L LWhipnle LVhIpplc LWhippie
Whipnle a short time ago Five men he hesays hesays hesays
says ire are at work on the property in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the original discovery was made madeand madeand madeand
and the shaft which has been started starteddown starteddown starteddown
down on the Silver King claim shows four fourfeet fourfeet fourfeet
feet of exceedingly rich ore in the bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom On the surface no mineral other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than chloride of silver could be detected detectedin
in the rock but in the bottom of the theshaft theshaft I Ishaft
shaft sulphides are appearing and it is isfigured isfigured Isfigured
figured that the ore will run into the thethousands thethousands thethousands
thousands of dollars per ton in value Of Ofother orother Ofother
other strikes and possibilities in the dis district district ¬ I
trict In general the Record man says saysSouth saysSouth saysSouth
South of the original discovery an another another another ¬
other strike has been made which shows showsgreater showsgreater showsgreater
greater values than found on the surface surfaceIn
In the former place the ore being of the thesame thesame thesame
same character characterNorth characteruN characterNorth
uN North orth of and on the belt some 900 900feet 000feet iOOfeet
feet distant still another strike has been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made which in appearance seems just justas ju justas t tas
as important as any an of the others This ThisIs his hisis
Is about all the prospecting which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been done In the entire district and the theextent theextent theextent
extent of high values consequently can canonly canonly canonly
only be contemplated contemplatedThe
The district which at present has no noname noname noname
name appears aDt > ears to be about two miles in inwidth invrfdth inwidth
width and six miles in length in a se series series series ¬
ries of rolling hills and is crossed in a anorth a a110rth aorth
north orth and south and east and west di direction direction dlrection ¬
rection by b large and in some Instances Instancesenormously instancesenormously instancesenormously
enormously large quartz ledges l llges cropping croppingboldly croppingboldly croppingboldly
boldly above the surroundings surroundingsThese surroundingsuThese surroundingsThese
uThese These ledges excepting e the one men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned above seem never to have been beenprospected beenprospected beenprospected
prospected and possibly no part of them themever themever themever
ever assayed The rock is exceedingly exceedinglyhard exceedinglyhard exceedinglyhard
hard and of a n peculiar dark or black and andunattractive andunattraotive andunattractive
unattractive color which perhaps ac accounts accounts accounts ¬
counts for the district having been over overlooked ovcrlooked overlooked ¬
looked up to this date dateThe dateThe dateThe
The formation is bedded Cambrian Cambrianquartzite Cambrianquartzite Cambrianquartzite
quartzite slightly tilted to the south and andwest andwest andwest
west by b an enormous enormous granite belt on the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north for a distance of six miles thus thusmarking thusmarking thusmarking
marking distinctly the mineral district districtIn
In the opinion of the writer every indi indication indication mdication ¬
cation is favorable to a permanent camp campand campand tampand
and the values being uncovered almost almostat
at a stroke are sensational In the ex extreme extreme cxtreme ¬
treme Little attention has been given giventhe giventhe giventhe I
the new camp by the local public until untilrecently untilrecently untilrecently
recently and only a few prospecting out outfits oulfils outfits ¬
fits are as yet there thereShould thereShould thereShould
Should these discoveries have oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred anywhere an where else on the th globe ex except except oxcept ¬
cept in the vicinity of Pioche resident residentinhabitants residentinhabitants residentinhabitants
inhabitants would be breaking their necks necksto
to get a foothold there It is a pity pitysome plt pltsome pitysome
some of them are not doing this thisMINING thisMINING thisMINING
MINING IN YANKEE FORK FORKGood FORKGood FORKGood
Good Reports From Loon Creek CreekTel CreekTelephone Tel Telephonc Telephone
ephone Line Wanted WantedWriting vantedrritlng WantedWilting
Writing from the mouth of Jordan JordanCreek Jordanreek JordanCreek
Creek reek to the Challis Ida Messenger Messengera
a correspondent says of mining doings in inthat inthat inthat
that portion of the th Yankee Fork region regionThe regionThe regionThe
The Sunbeam folks of Jordan creek creekare crcekare creekare
are repairing the mill at present A run runof runof runof
of a couple of weeks was made from the thenew thenew thenew
new strike in the Daisy one of the com companys companys comPHIJyS ¬
panys mines with fine results rhe vein veinis veinjs veinis
is several feet wide of high grade gold goldore goldore goldore
ore and makes bullion rapidly It is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved to be a new vein ein or a blind that thatdidnt thatdidnt thatdidnt
didnt show on the surface and was cut cutin cutin cutIn
in the tunnel heading for the old Daisy Daisyvrin Daisyvfin Daisyv1n
vrin At any rate it is a Daisy Dais and the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management is pleased with the strike strikeand strikeand
and content C < to let it go as a twin Daisy DaisyWork DaisyWork I
Work is going ahead again on the theMontana theIontana theMontana I
Montana development developm nt tunnel on the west westside westside westside
side of Mt Este E5t all repairs having been beencompleted beencompleted beenompleted
completed on the engine house The dam damage dam3ge damsge ¬
age to the compressor machinery was wasslight wassUght wasslight
slight slightSome sUghtSome slightSome
Some very ver favorable reports have come comein c comein me mein
in from the Loon creek country recent recently recently recently ¬
ly Some good strikes are said to have havebeen 1180been havebeen
been made on the goldcopper belt The TheLoon TheI TheLoon
Loon I on Creek Placer company has a crew crewof crewof crewof
of experienced placer miners at work put putting putting putting ¬
ting things In shape for early gravel gravelwashing gravelwashing gravelwashIng
washing washingReport washingReport washIngReport
Report is current that a dredge boat boatwill boatill boatIll
will ill be built on the Yankee Fork ork below or ornear ornear ornear
near Bonanza early earl in the summer as pos possible possible posMble ¬
sible The company Boise and Boston Bostonhas Bostonhas Bostonhas
has already exploited the ground with ma machinery mahlner mahlnery ¬
chinery hlner for that purpose and with shafts shaftsand shaftsand shaftsand
and has no doubt or o the results The Thecompany Thecompan Thecompany
company r owns several miles of the Yan Yankee Yankee Yankee ¬
kee Fork flats or meadows and has pret pretty pretty pretty ¬
ty thoroughly prospected the ground groundWonder groundWonder groundWonder
Wonder if there will ever be a tele telephone telePhone telephone
phone service from Challis to this portion portionof
of Custor county With all the towns townsand townsRnd townssad
and stations and hotels along the route routefrom routefrom routefrom
from Challis to Loon creek it would cer certainly certainly certalnly ¬
tainly be a good investment It would wouldseem wouldIeem wouldseem
seem that a Custer county company could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be organized and easily obtain subscrip subscriptions subscriptions subscrIptlons ¬
tions of stock sufficient to construct a line lineFO lineo
FO o Important as this on one < would be All Allthat Allthat Allthat
that Is i needed Is a starter We will all allturn allturn allturn
turn to and help string Ftrln the wire if some somebody somebody somebody ¬
body In Challis will buy it and deliver deliverIt
It there for us Only Onl eighty miles to Loon Looncreek Looncreek Ioncreek
creek from Challis
ORE HAULING AND BAD ROADS ROADSMexico ROADSMexico ROADSMexico
Mexico Is Experimenting With Auto Automobile Au Automobile o omobile ¬
mobile Freight Machines MachinesAt
At this season of the year reports from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the mining camps indicate the usual usualhandicap usualhandicap usualhandicap
handicap due to poor roads and lack of offacilities ofacil1ties offacilities
facilities for freighting says Denver Min Mining lIlning MIajag ¬
ing Reporter Manifestly the first re requisite requisite requislte ¬ I
quisite for successful freighting Is a good goodroad goodroad goodroad
road This fact Is recognized by no in individual IndhIdual indivldual ¬
dividual or community more strongly than thanby thanby thanby
by the national government which In its itspaternal itspaternal itspaternal
paternal oversight of the conditions ex existing existing exIsting ¬
isting in the Interior has provided val valuable valuable valusble ¬
uable information on the subject of road roadbuilding roadbuildIng roadbuilding
building free to those who are sufficiently sufIlcientlinterested
Interested to ask for It The greater por portion portion pertlon ¬
tion of such information is based on di direct dIr direct ¬
rect r ct experiment and is valuable not alone alonefor alonefor alonefor
for the positive directions which it gives givesbut givesbut givesbut
but also for the record of unsuccessful unsuccessfulschemes unsuccessfulchemes unsuccessfulschemes
schemes which have been proposed and andfound andfound andfound
found wanting Undoubtedly r many con conditions COI1cHUons conlitions ¬
ditions annually recur which will always alwaysbaffle alwaysbaffle alwaysbaffle
baffle the mountain road builder but butthere butthere butthere
there is room for improvement improvementThe
The second requisite for successful successfulfreighting successfulfreighting successfulfreIghtin
freighting is the means of transportation transportationIn
In this line the traction engine has hasproved hasproved hasproved
proved its worth and has been almost almostwithout almostJthout almostitliout
without a competitor In suitable localii localiities locali localities localities
ties this means of ore haulage is cheap cheaprapid cheaprapid <
rapid and of large Irge capacity and Its limi limitations 1imltatlons limItatlons ¬ I
tatlons are not HIi a narrow as has some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times been thought The advent of the1 the1freighting the thefreighting thefreighting
freighting automobile has produced the theonly theonly i ionlr
only competitor of the traction engine ertglneonfl I IDnd Iand
and The outcome of the first experiments experimentswith I Iwith
with these th ge machines will be watched with withinterest j
Interest interestIn I IIn i
In Durango Mex ex the first experiment experimentwith experimentwith experimentwith
with automobile frelghyug over mountain mountainrouds mountainrouds mountainroads
rouds is to be tried in the near future futureStemm futureStstm I
Stemm StOft automobiles autom blle of sixtyhorsepower sixtyhorsepowerwill I Iwill
will be used to transport ore from the themines theminls themines
mines to the th railroad Special roads are arebeing arebeing
being prepared and there is no apparent apparentreason apparentnason apparentreason 1
reason why the undertaking should not notprove notPOY5 I Iprove
prove successful The The climatic conditions conditionsare I IRrc
are not unfavorable and if a route free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from too heavy grades can be selected selectedthere selectedtbere selectedtlere
there should be no difficulty difficult In freight freighting freghtIng frejghting ¬
ing ore by this method mEthodrI1e The meager de description deficriptIon decript1on ¬
scription of the cars now available in indicates InCllcates indicates ¬
dicates that heavy grades will be taken takenwith takenIththe takenwith
with Iththe the assistance o ot cables anchored anohoredJ
J
st to t the crest of the hills or other suitable suitablestations suitablestatlons suitablestations
stations and wound onto drums placed on onthe onthe onthe
the cars What advantage If any this thissystem thiss thissystem
system s stem will have over the steam traction tractionengne tractionengne tractionengne
engne will be awaited with Interest by byboth byboth byboth
both manufacturers and miners minersCOLE minersCOLE mInersCOLE
COLE TO VISIT BUTTE BUTTEGoing BUTTEGoing BUTTEGoing
Going to Look Over Overthe the Battle Field Fieldof Fieldof Fieldof
of the Copper Magnates MagnatesIn tylagnatesIn
In an interview at Butte the other day
John D Ryan manager of Amalgamated Amalgamatedproperties Amalgamatedproportfes Amalgamatedproperties
properties among other things told that thatThomas thatlhomas thatThomas
Thomas P 1 Cole was going to visit camp campsoon campsoon campsoon
soon He said saidMr saidr saidMr
Mr r Cole who is very heavily interest interested ¬
ed In Coalition and North Butte expects expectsto
to pay ny a visit to Butte in a month or orsix orelx orLix
six weeks I am sure that a man who whohas whohns whohas
has brought about the investment of so somuch somuch somuch
much money In the Butte district and who whohas whohas whohas
has been so largely instrumental in bring ¬
ing such favorable notice of Buttes main mainIndustry mainIndustry mainindustry
Industry will be heartily welcomed by the thepeople thopeople thepeople
people here hereA hereA hereA
A number of valuable properties in this thisdistrict thIsdistrict thisdistrict
district which have been Idle for several severalyears severalyears severalyears
years on account of having been owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by conflicting interests will be opened openedup
up developed and put on a producing ba basis basis hasis ¬
sis as soon as possible We Ve expect to tofurnish tofurnish tofurnish
furnish employment eJI1plo ment to a good many more moremen I1oremen ipore iporemen
men than have ever been employed emplo ed In the thecamp thecamp thecamps
camp We Ve expect to Increase the output outputof
of copper and make things even more moreprosperous moreprosperous moreprosperous
prosperous than they are now nowI
I have been in as close touch as pos possible possible possible ¬
sible with Amalgamated affairs and op operations operations oporations ¬
erations during my long absence Every Eer Eerthing ¬
thing has gone alone under full head of ofsteam ofsteam ofsteam
steam in a way entirely satisfactory The Themines Theminos Themines
mines are producing more ore and the thesmelters thesmeltCJs thesmelteis
smelters are producing more copper than thanever thanecr thaneer
ever before in their history The price of ofcopper ofcopper ofcopper
copper is very satisfactory and the mar market marItet market ¬
ket very strong The he prosperity of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole country Is making the increased de demand demand demand ¬
mand for copper and the outlook for the thefuture thefutur thefuture
future > in the opinion of those who are arebest arebest arebest
best informed is brighter than it has ever everbeen everbeen everbeen
been
CAMP IS NAMED GOLD PITT PITTNew PITTNew PITTNew
New Discoveries West of Yerington YeringtonStart YeringtonStart YeringtonStart
Start a Town TownThe TownThe TownThe
The new camp lying about fourteen fourteenmiles fourteenmiles fourteenmiles
miles west of Yerington which we spoke spokeof
of in our last issue has been named
Gold Pitt says the Lyon County Neva ¬
da Times It is north of Smith valley valleyand valle valleand valleyand
and northwest of the Ludwig and Doug ¬
las mines and close to the boundary line linerunning linerunning lInerunning
running between Douglas and Lyon cpun c Un
ites In fact a portion of the property
will probably be In Douglas county when
the line is definitely determined
At present Investors and mining rep representatives representatives representatives ¬
resentatives are coming in daily locating
and securing all the claims possible The Themost Themost Themost
most prominent group of claims at pres present present present ¬
ent showing high values is owned by
Messrs W D Kennedy Kenned Senator Pitt of I
Humboldt county and W V T Campbell
They have some eight or nine claims claimsand claimsand claimsand
and on the Red Top values have been beenshown beenshown beenshown
shown by b r pannings and assays to run
from 25 2i to 700 in gold and this with withnothing withnothing withnothing
nothing but surface work done Others
interested in the camp are Messrs Har Hardee Hardee Hardee
dee Ashley Meyer Woodham Reading
McLaughlin and a number of others otherswhose otherswhose otherswhose
whose names we have not learned Close
by are located Z Pierce John Pierce W V
L Brandon and others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The opinion has been expressed exr > re sed by bymining bymining
mining men competent to judge that the thecharacteristics thecharacteristics thecharacteristics
characteristics of the country are the thesame thesame thesame
same as those th se of Jumbo and Combination Combinationof
of Goldfield > l The lh geological formations formationsare
are indentical with ith those of Goldfield Goldfieldporphyry Goldfieldporphyry Goldfieldporphyry
porphyry andesite quartzite and rhyo rhyolite rh rhyolite o olite
lite predominating It may be gathered gatheredtherefrom gatheredtherefrom gatheredtherefrom
therefrom that the veins being in such suchprimitive suchprimitive suchprimitive
primitive rocks will prove permanent permanentand permanentand
and continue down as depth is attained attainedBingham attainedBingham attainedBingham
Bingham Mining Notes NotesBingham NotesBing11Rm NotesBlngham
Bingham Bulletin BulletinThomas BuJJetlnr BuJJetlnrThomas BuJIctInThomas
Thomas Weir the wellknown mining
man was in Bingham Monday Inspecting
I the Ohio Copper mine Superintendent
Zeigler escorted the mining magnate and andpointed andpointed andpointed
pointed out the many Improvements which
have been started during the past two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months After the inspection InspectJon of the mine minea
a trip was made through the he Winnamuck Winnamuckmill Vlnnamuckmill
mill and also through the Winnamuck Winnamuckmine Winnamuckmine Ymnamuckmine
mine which was opered a B few weeks ago
A new compressor will soon be installed installedat
at the Bingham Central mine The equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment arrived at the mine a short time timeago timeago timeago
ago and the manager will install it as assoon assoon assoon
soon as possible The compressor is of ofmodern ofmodern ofmodern
modern type and will prove a valuable valuableacquisition valuableacquisition valuableacquisition
acquisition to that property It has an aneightdrill aneightdrill aneightdrill
eightdrill power capacity and this will willaid willaid willaid
aid materially In the success of the mine mineManager mineanager mineManager
Manager anager Taylor is pushing work on the thecompressor thecompressor thecompressor
compressor and the outlook of the prop property properl property ¬
erty erl is of the brightest brightestUnder brightestUnder brightestUnder
Under the management of Arthur Day DayI
I the Yampa smelter has achieved many man de decisive decisive decisive ¬
cisive and gratifying gratif il1g results from the theMcDougual thelIcDougual theMcDougual
McDougual furnaces which are being in installed Intalled installed
stalled Twelve of these furnaces are to tobe tobe tobe
be nut in and the management is of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opinion that with their installation installationthe
the smelter will be placed along side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best equipped of the country In addi addition addition addition ¬
tion to these furnaces there are two 3 Ed Edwards d dwards dwards
wards roasters together with the rever reverberatory reverberatory reverberatory
beratory and blasts blastsI blastsSOUNDS blastsSOUNDS
I SOUNDS GOOD ANYHOW ANYHOWRepresentatives ANYHOWRepresentatives ANYHOWRepresentatives
Representatives of Colorado Colo ado Oper Operator OperatorComing Operator ¬
ator atorComing Coming to Inspect Property PropertyJames PropertyJames PropertyJames
James F Burns is back of one of the thebiggest thebiggest thebiggest
biggest copper propositions that has yet yetmaterialized yetmaterialized et etmaterialized
materialized in Utah says a Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleCreek CrippleCreek
Creek special sp cial to the Denver News He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has recently acquired options In 250 2 O acres acresin acresin acresin
in the Mormon state and a company companywill companywin companywill
will soon be organized to promote devel development development development ¬
opment of the property J W Ady and andJ andJ
J 3 T Hawkins representing Burns left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for Utah today to inspect the property propertyand propertyand propertyand
and make preliminary arrangements for forpromoting forpromoting forpromoting
promoting the deal dealSeveral dealSpvral dealSeveral
Several months ago it became known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that Burns was entering the Utah field fieldJust fipIdJust fieldJust
Just what the extent of the mining miningmans miningmans miningmans
mans investments in that state will be beis be1M beIs
is problematical but it is evident from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the interests ha las already displayed displayedthat displaYedthat displayedthat
that Burns contemplates extensive ope
rationsUtah
Utah has drawn largely on Colorado Coloradocapital Coloradocapital Coloradocapital
capital in the last few years ears The Utah UtahCopper UtahCopper UtahCopper
Copper company which was recently ab absorbed absorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed by the Gufrgenneims Gu > nneims Is a Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado enterprise and C M 1 MacNeill and andassociates andassociates andassocIates
associates who promoted the deal at its itsinception itsinception itsinception
inception are still represented In the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management of the company companyWILL companWILL companyWILL
WILL CHANGE ITS SYSTEM SYSTEMYankee SYSTEMYankee SYSTEMYankee
Yankee Will Put Compressor Plant Plantat Plantat Plantat
at Homansville and a 1d Use Steam SteamThe Steamrhe SteamThe
The Yankee Consolidated Is making makingpreparations makingpreparations makIngpreparations
preparations to erect a building and in install instal1 Install ¬
stall a a new compressor upon ground groundwhich groundwhieh groundwhich
which the company owns at Homansville Homansvillesays
says the Eureka Reporter A pipe pIp line linewill linewill linelIl
will lIl be put in connecting this new com compressor compr cornpressor ¬
pressor pr < > ssor with the mine The object in inputting inputting Inputting
putting the compressor compr sor at Homansville Homansvillenearly lIomansvilJenear Homansvillenearly
nearly near two miles distant is that it will willbe willbe willbe
be near the water and railroad When Whenthe Whenthe Yhenthe
the new plant Is completed the company companywill companwill companywill
will not use electric power Surveyor SurveyorBurton SJlrveyorBurton SprveyorBurton
Burton has been out from Salt Lake this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week surveying the pipe line and workuppn workupn work workuppn
uppn it will be started at once onceAt onceAt onceAt
At the mine there Is the regular re lar force forceat forceat forceat
at work upon the tunnel level and some someof someof someof
of the levels above and considerable ore oreIB oreif oreI
IB if I being forwarded Shipments would no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt be heavier he vler if the roads were In Inbetter Inbltter inbetter
better condition The work ork of replacing replacingthe
the blacksmith shop and other buildings buildingsdestroyed buildingsdestroyed buildingsdestroyed
destroyed by fire will also be started at atonce atonce atonce
once
lit litJ
J OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERStock A AStock
Stock Broker BrokerTel BrokerT Brokerrdl
Tel T l Ben 792 161 S Main S SLION SLION 5LION
LION AND ANDTHE THE MOUSE MOUSETheatrical MOUSETheatrIcal MOUSETheatrical
Theatrical Excursion Excursionid ExcursionLow ExcursionLow
id idLow
Low rates Payson and north Special Specialtrain Specialtrain Specialtrain
train returning leaves Salt Lake U30 U30p
p m For further Information inforrna tton see seeagents seeagents seeagents
agents Salt Lake Route RouteEat RouteEat RouteEat
Eat your dinner at Mrs Mack Smith Smithdallqatassaii SmithdeUqateS6tll Smithdoiigatesssn
dallqatassaii and home cooking 1130 to to2SIL
2301
MOUNTAINS WERE WEREJORN WERETORNASUNDER
JORN TORNASUNDER TORNASUNDERStrange ASUNDER ASUNDERStrange
Strange Occurrences Outside OutsideSan OutsideSan OutsideSan
San Francisco During the theEarthquake th thEarthquake theEarthquake
Earthquake Shocks ShocksGEYSERS ShocksGEYSERS ShocksGEYSERS
GEYSERS SPOUT BLUE BLUEMUD BLUEMUDREDWOOD MUD MUDREDWOOD MUDREDWOOD
REDWOOD TREES SPLIT TO THE THEROOTS TH THEROOTS E EROOTS
ROOTS ROOTSSpecial ROOTSSpecial ROOTSSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldSan HeraldSan HeraldSan
San Francisco May 1Ia 6 61lountains Mountains were wereliterally wereliterally wereliterally
literally torn asunder by the earthquake earthquakewhich earthquakewhich earthquakewhich
which devastated San Francisco A staff staffcorrespondent staffcorrespondent staffcorrespondent
correspondent of The Herald has just justreturned justreturned Justreturned
returned from a trip Into Santa Clara ClaraSan ClaraSan ClaraSan
San Benito Monterey and Santa Cruz Cruzcounties Cruzcounties CruZcounties
counties where he went to investigate investigatethe investfgatthe
the many stories of wonderful natural naturalphenomena naturalphenomena naturalphenomena
phenomena reported to have taken place placein
in that locality While he discovered that thatmany thatman thatmany
about had hadno hadno hadno
many man r of the rumors floating
no foundation in fact he found many manythings manythings manythings
things fully equal in strangeness to the theoccurrences theoccurrences theoccurrences
occurrences described in the floating ru rumors rumors rumors ¬
mors The effects of the earthquake ap appear appear appear ¬
pear to have been greater in the th Santa SantaCruz SantaCruz SantaCruz
Cruz mountains a spur of the coast coastrange coastrange coastrange
range near Santa Cruz These Theses I moun mountains mountains moantains ¬
tains are largely composed of limestone limestoneslate limestoneslate limestoneslate
slate shale and other sedimentary rock rockwhich rockwhich rockwhich
which were easily rent asunder by the theterrific theterrific theterrific
terrific vibration A long period of wet wetweather wetweather wetweather
weather had in many places softened this thisstrata thisstrata thisstrata
strata and made it easier for the earth earthquake earthquake earthquake ¬
quake to tear apart the huge rocks rocksMonuments rocksMonuments rocksMonuments
Monuments Torn Asunder AsunderA
A trip through the mountains shows on onevery onevery onevery
every hand the results of this titantic titantici titantfcforce titantlcforce
force It is the commonest sight to see seegreat seegreat seegreat
i great sections of the mountains fifty to
1000 feet or more long ripped off from its itsformer Itsformer itsformer
former location and sent thundering down downto downto downto
to a resting place far below It is the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory of many scientists that the coast coastrange coastrange coastrange
range is gradually rising while others othersdeclare othersdeclare othersdeclare
declare that a general settling is in pro progress progress progress ¬
gress So far as a layman can see the theresult theresult theresult
result has in this case been to tear off offportions offportions offportions
portions of the mountain and to send the thesurface thesurface thesurface
surface soil and sections of the deeper deeperstrata deeperstrata deeperstrata
strata into the gullies and canyons One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the most striking instances is in inthe inthe inthe
the canyon of the Sokuel river There Therenine Therenine Therenine
nine men are buried under fifty fift or sixty sixtyfeet sixtyfeet
feet of rock They were in the employ employof I
of one of the lumber companies operating operatingin i iin
in this region and were returning from a atrip atrip atrip
trip to fire the donkey donke engines in use usein usein usein
in cutting timber When rhen the earthquake earthquakecame earthquakecame
came parts of the mountains on each eachside eachside eachside
side of the canyon were shaken off and andcame andcame
came tearing tarin down to the bottom of the thegulch thegulch thegulch
gulch burying bur ing the men The Sokuel Sokuelriver Sokuelriver Sokuelriver
river Is dammed and has risen to a depth depthof i iof
of fifty or sixty feet feetThis feetThis I IThis
This reservoir is being utilized uti1iz to tear tearout tearout tearout
out the obstruction and rescue the bodies bodiesof hoc1i s
of the men The methods of hydraulic hydraulicmining h hydraulicmining drau1ic
mining are being applied A huge pipe pipehas pipehas pipehas
has been inserted in the deep water and andthe andthe andthe
the big stream has been syphoned syphonedthrough syphonedthrough syphonedthrough
through this duct to a place below where whereit
it can be turned with great pressure upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the mass of debris Cnder Cn er the flood the theportions theportions theportions
portions of the mountain piled up are arebeing arlbeing arebeing
being rapidly washed away awa It will not notbe notbe notbe
be long before the entire obstruction will willhave willhave willhave
have been carried off and the vast pent pentup pentup pentup
up flood will have poured down its for former former former ¬
mer channel channelGiant channelGiant channelGiant
Giant Redwood Trees Split SplitThe SplitThe SplitThe
The terrific force of the shock is shown shownalso shownalso shownalso
also by b its effect on the giant redwood redwoodtrees redwoodtrees redwoodtrees
trees One will serve as an example It Itlf Iti
lf i > fully full twelve feet thick and has resisted resistedthe resistedthe resistedthe
the storms and shocks of centuries The Therecent Therecent Therecent
recent earthquake split it almost exactly exactlydown exactlydown exactlydown
down the middle and tore off the top 100 100feet 100feet 100feet
feet above the ground leaving the entire entiretree entiretree entiretree
tree prostrate except for this one rem remnant remnant ¬ I Inant
nant The ground In many places is isstrawn Isstrawn 1 1stn
strawn stn wn with the branches of redwood and andliveoak andliveoak i
liveoak trees Neighboring orchards orchardshave orchardshave s I Ihave
have been in many instances almost de destroyed destroyed ¬ I Istroyed
stroyed Peach trees are to be seen at an anangle anangle anangle
angle of 45 degrees thrown that way wa by bythe bythe bythe
the sway of the ground All A 11 through this thissection thissection I Isection
section are many man wide and deep crevices crevicesin
in the ground One was observed fully fullythirty fullythirty fullythirty
thirty feet wide and 200 OO feet deep In Inanother Inanother Inanother
another place in the middle mi dle of a pasture pasturethe pasturethe pasturethe
the crack made almost a circle a little littleover littleover littleover
over 100 feet in diameter and the entire entireground entireground entireground
ground within the cfrcumference had sunk sunkto sunkto
to a depth of about twenty feet feetGeysers CeetGeysers feetGeysers
Geysers Spouted Blue Mud MudSo MudSo MudSo
So far as can be ascertained ascertained at this thistime thistime thistime
time this is the only region affected by bythe bythe bythe
the earthquake where some volcanic ef effects effects effecta ¬
fects are shown Along the Salins Car Carmel Carmel Carmel
mel and Pajaro rivers were to be observed observedfor observedfor observedfor
for a time scenes reminiscent of the Yel Yellowstone Yellowstone Yellowstone ¬
lowstone park For two hours after the theearthquake theearthquake theearthquake
earthquake geysers ge sers spouting blue mud mudplayed mudplacd mudplayed
played along these rivers The Salinas Salinasriver Salinasriver Salinasriver
river ran warm for a time The hot hotsprings hotsprIngs hotsprings
springs at Gillroy flowed10 flowedt10 flowed 10 degrees warm warmer warmer warmer ¬
er than they had ever done done before One Oneartesian Onelartesian Oneartesian
artesian well near Watsonville ISO feet feetdeep feetdeep feetdeep
deep spouted blue mud for a time and andthen anclthen arnithen
then went dry It was cleaned out with withsome wIthsome withsome
some effort and finally finalI began to flow flowslowly flowslowly flowslowly
slowly but with increasing volume One Oneman Oneman Oneman
man solemnly averred that as he was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown to the ground by the earthquake a acrevice acrevice acrevice
crevice opened close to him which spout spouted spouted spouted ¬
ed blue mud at intervals and gave forth forthsulphurous forthsilIphurous forthsuipliurous
sulphurous fumes His testimony is not notsubstantiated notsubstantiated notsubstantiated
substantiated but it is certain that he hewas hewas hewas
was extremely nauseated for some time timeand timeand timeand
and he gave this as the reason reasonThe reasonThe reasonThe
The force of the earthquake was un undoubtedly undoubtedly andoubtedly ¬
doubtedly greater in the higher regions regionsthan regionsthan regionsthan
than it was close to the sea level Work ¬
ing on an near is a aformer aformer aformer
former sailor by the name of Mat Jen Jenkins Jonkins Jenldns ¬
kins When the shock came he was wasoutdoors wasoutdoors wasoutdoors
outdoors with some of the other employes employeson emplo es eson
on the ranch Above the roar of the thequake thequake thequake
quake could be heard his voice calling callingloudly callingloudly callingloudly
loudly Steady while she pitches pitchesWhen pitchesVhen pitchesWhen
When the trembler was over Jenkins be began began began ¬
gan to apologize and explain I worked workedfor workCfor workedfor
for years on a sailing vessel with a cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam who always lashed himself to a spar sparon sparon sparon
on deck when the men were aloft during duringa
a heavy sea said he It didnt matter matterhow matterhow matterhow
how much noise the storm was making makingwe
we could always alwa s hear his big voice as he hefelt hefelt hefelt
felt the first tremble of a sea striking the theship theship theship
ship calling to us Steady Stcad boys bo s while whileshe whileshe whileshe
she pitches When the shock came it itfelt itfelt itfelt
felt to me just as It used to when I was wasreefing wasreefing wasreefing
reefing with topsl tops 1 during a storm on the theold theold timold
old Mary ary Ellen The way the rocks rockswere rockswere rockswere I
were thrown about by the heavy pitching pitchingmakes pitchingmakes pitchingmakes
makes the sailors story stor plausible plausibleEXCURSION plausibleEXCURSIOr plausibleEXCURSION
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if neglected their health Is sure to be wrecked by a 8 complete loss of physical physicalmental p pmental physicalmental
mental and sexual power powerMy powerMy powerMy
My method completely and permanently revives manhood After Aftereureall titercureall tep tepcureall
cureall remedies and qulckcure specialists fall to even benefit benefitS53rw benefitMy benefitMy
< S53rw My scientific systematic course of t treatment for weak YreaJcr weaknervous weeler
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folly dissipation and excesses unfitted themselves for work worfeand workond wormr
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wiJ the symptoms indicating Failing Manhood is I harmless harmlessthough hnrmleathough harmlessthough
though so effective as to remove them immediately It is isconstitutional laconstitutional isonsUtuUonai
constitutional therefore by purifying and enriching th
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iisf I ues the patient becomes strong and healthy with all sIgn
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that I guarantee a permanent cure in every case accepted and contract by a awritten
written Instrument to produce permanent and satisfactory results or refund money moneyIMPORTANT moneyIMPORTANTI moneyIMPORTANTI
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