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tJzkJsLAjk-J Tuesday, May 24, -1910. el r B KJ &l TUlf fcT fcLJI J" "Ok fitr K fB&3K$aHijt-pi titSSJSSS&k llk guarantee against ahnn iiilR mining AXD OIL. NEWS. 11 "Many Forgotten Claims Are Producers Companies Start Development. The Steeple Rock mining district is the scene of much activity at this time, and it is a striking illustration of the ' revival of an old almost abandoned dis trict. Twenty-five years ago it had a boom when the Carlisle mine was the talk of the country. Then the boom died and the Carlisle was almost for gotten. Now people have invaded the strict, which now has the vantage of railroad facilities. They hae .he os?moaern methods of ore treatment and an abundance of capital. The new era has dawned. ,. X K. Falrbanlc Oecc Ovraed aline. This district is 1$ miles east of Dun can L the rarest railroad station St it is In the extreme west part of but It is in Mi steeple Rock 1 "in U district and riecteaOmp mm. -rtW. . n till 1894. The mtae Ponced dur ing that Ume about $1,500,000 in S"i "& uJTtt. oia Carlisle company sold Gold Vein is Iong. The veins of the Carlisle jW rLtLave?agesSt2fofd counterfd running in the hundreds of IdSnngn the east are the prop erties bf the American Exploration and Mining company, of Botson. which is Sng 30 men and has opened up a vein 18 feet wide of gold ore, A num Hr of openings are being made and hafts, drifts and tunnels are being worked at different places. Plans are Sready made to instal a large mill and cyanide plant- 3Iine Development Work. The Summit vein, said to outcrop a distance of 15 miles, is in a direction parallel to the other veins, and but a short distance east Considerable development work has been done on the Summit claim and several thousand feet on other claims. The ore is free milling gold and silver ores. The vein is 12 feet wide. The Laura mine is a mile west of the Carlisle, from which several thou sand tons were shipped to the smel ters and also to the Carlisle mill for treatment. The ore being silicious was in demand for converter linings In the copper smelters. A Duluth company has purchased the Alabama group and is developing tnem The btcgsst Poultry Fssd Manufacture? in i?ie woFi& Try a bagoi his feed. PURINA SNATCH FEED Egakas Hens Lay FUREN& SfSIOK FEED Savss Ba5y Snicks (ATwsys In K-esfcsr&Kird Bsgs) FOE SALE BY r a B ! fi! r P I B S i I I OIBiS Sail S HI L a I ttiLt Hum Ml At COL. PURINA O.'G. SEETONj L PASOl with the Intention of Instaling a mill and cyanide plant. The Twin Peaks Mining and Milling company is prosecuting development work on a group of claims acquired in the same district. k CiXAXEA COPPER. COMPANY MAKES MANY IMPROVEMENTS Is Operating Electric Train in Tunnel To Be Thre Miles T,ons; Santa o and George Dunn Make Strike. Cananea, Son., Mex., May .24. The Cananea Consolidated Copper 'company has shut down furnaces Isos. 3 and 4 to permit minor repairs. For the past Wmth, the full capacity of eight fur naces, has been in operation. The out put for May promises to exceed April, which was 3,691.000 pounds of copper. Work has been commenced on the new boiler shops. The main building will be 120 by 40 feet in size, and will be equipped with the latest machinery. TTork ik progressing on the new re verbatory furnace, the cement work is almost completed and the steel work will soon be begun. Electric trains are now operating in the Elisa tunnel. This tunnel is one of the longest In the camp, connecting the Veta with the Elisa, and will be continued to the Henrietta. When com pleted it will be over three miles In length. George Dunn, who is operating in the Ojo mountains, has reached his ledge and is enthusiastic over conditions at his property. The Santa Fe has made another strike at its Montoyo mine which is one mile west from the Santa Fe shaft. Twelve feet of ore was encountered in the shaft, which runs 35 ounces in silver, 18.S percent lead and 10.9 percent zinc The formation at the property is similar to that of the Calumet and Sonora, and the mine promises to become a large producer. ACTIVITYliF SCJftOSA MINES Many Experts in Vicinity of TaYajoa Prospecting for Capitalists. Xavajoa, Son., May 24. A good evi dence of the Interest that is being ta ken In mining matters in this section is shown in the reported purchase from the Pacific Smelting and Mining com pany by the General Development com pany, controled by Adolph Lewishon and associates, of a block of stock sufficient to control the Pacific com pany for the sum of ? 600,000. The Pa cific company's holdings are copper properties about 40 miles north of Navo Joa, a large smelter at Fundicion, erected at a cost of $400,000, and coal and timber landsand lime q.iarrles on the west coast of Mexico. There Is a large amount of ore al ready oh the dumps in this district that could be treated at a profit at Fundicion, but Is not rich enough to stand the haul to the s'.atss. Oliver Roberts, a prominent mining engineer of San Franclsfeo, has been in this district for the past two weeks ex amining copper properties for eastern ; capitalists, .air. .rcoDerts nasnaa wiae experience in the mining districts of the world, including South America and Alaska, and thinks this the most highly mineralized section that he has seen, and predicts a bright future for the entire section. E. C. Grasty, of Nogales. passed through Navojoa on his way to Culia can, where he has mining interests. Edgar A- Haggatt, consulting engineer of the Yuma Copper company, in Ari zona, has been here for the past two or three davs examining properti.s for Michigan capitalists. " O. E. Wheeling, who owns large In terests in the Sobia district, was a Navojoa visitor this week and reports a great deal of activiL3r in that dis trict The Jacolltas is working full force and have enough high grade ore blocked out to keep the mill going n definitely. The La Junta is working a force of 50 men and are making regular ship ments of high grade ore to the smel ter at El Paso. ENGLISH C03IIAW MAY BUY BUEXA T7ER.RA MIXK. Chihuahua, Mex., May 24. TL M. Ray mond, E. M.. of Mexico City, the general representative of the Exploration com pany of England and Mexico, one of the biggest mining corporations in the world. Is here on business connected with his company's deal for the pur chase of th Buena TIerra mine In the Sta. Eulaliacamp. The Buena TIerra is one of the great mines of the famous camp and belongs to the Sta. Explora tion company of California. II the mine is sold It will be the second biggest deal ever pulled off In Sta. Eulalia. Hofhing Tog Qami for you. That's why we want you to take CASCARETS for liver and bowels. It's not advertising talk but merit the great, wonderful, lasting merit of CASCARETS that we want you to know by trial. Then you'll have faith and join the mil lions who keep well by CASCA RETS alone. CASCARETS ioc a box for a week's treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller ia the world. Million boxes a mouth. I MIMIC Ml IsUiirtsL Bfil J. P. Hutchinson, Experi enced Mexico Miner, Tells of Conditions. j. p, Hutchison, who two years ago disposed of most of his interests in the famous San Toy mines at Santa Eu lalia, near Chihuahua, Mex.7Sjs in El Paso enroute to his home in Chicago. He has been on a visit to his proper ties in Mohave county, Arizona, where he states considerable development work is in progress. "I am now operating," he said, in the Weaver district, 27 miles north of Chloride, Mohave county, where about two j-ears ago I purchased- the Hall mine. Mvself and associates have ac quired altogether twelve properties in a group and are incorporated as the Mohave Gold Mining company. Heavy With Gold. "Development vork, which is pro gressing with a force of 20 men, con sists of a shaft 330 feet deep with a 220" foot drift east and a drift to the west 125 feet at the 50 foot level, and considerable other work, all of which is in ore. On the outside claims of ie group are numerous workings, all show ing gold, with values of $19, $23, $47 and 55. A general sampling of the principal workings gave $21.17, $45.16 and $42.97 in free geld. Some of the high grade ore runs $10,000 a ton in gold. Geolpey. 9 "The veins are fissures In granite with a nearly east and west strike. The largest vein is 14 feet wide and the general average width of the veins is five feet. The granite Is comparatively soft and through it aije intrusive dikes of porphyry and rhyollte. Crosscutting through the rhyolite discloses ore on the opposite side. "I have just bought an electriic plant, drills, compressors, gasoline engine and other machinery to instal at the mine, and will continue sinking to 1000 feet. Xearbr Rich. Properties. "In the vicinity of our properties are very rich gold mines, such as the Great Western to the south; the Mocking Bird, on which the shaft is 500 feet deep, all in good ore, and others in cluding the Salt Lake company. Our mine is making 6000 to 8000 gallons of water, which is a good thing as we have the only available water in the camp. . "To the south is also the Gold Roads mine, owned by the Rothschilds and managed by Leslie Phillips, formerly of El Paso, which I think is the great est gold mine I have seen. It had yield ed $2,500,000 in 1907. The vein is in places 25 feet wide of solid ore, and drifts are a mile and a half yin extent, all In ore. "Near J:his is the Tom Reed mine, which with only ten stamps is making as muchfgold as the Gold Roads 40 stamp mill, and is one of the most per fect I have ever seen. It is the first one in Arizona with the Pachuca agi tators. The ore doesn't stop until 94 percent of the values are extracted. The tailings after they run over the plates contain 17, which is caught by the cyanide. Golcondn a Valuable Mine. "The Golcondo is one of the wonders, and, besides the gold and silver contents, it carries 45 per cent zinc and ships 900 tons of ore a month. . "Nearly all the turquois mined in the United States comes from the Mineral Park; mines in Mohave county, which last yeaaf yielded over $100,000 worth of turquois. "The IT. S. Smelting company is go ing to build a large smelter at Chloride and has been acquiring a number of properties in the district." Mr. Hutchison owns an interest in the company purchasing the San Toy mines from him. The price was $3,000,000. While managing the property Mr. Hut chison built an aerial tramway costing $320,000, four and a half miles long from the min?s down to a short stand ard gage railroad, connecting with the National railways, of Mexico, then the Mexican Central.. The tramway has a daily capacity of 750 tons of ore. The San Toy is the heaviest shipper in the state of Chihuahua, and was de veloped to a depth, of 1200 feet with rich ore at the bottom. MEXICO ZIXC MARKET TUI.X.. Chihuahua, Mex., May 23. The mar ket for zinc ores all over northern Mexi co is practically dead, as the representa tives of European buyers are taking no ores except what is tied up in contracts. The German market is expected to use up its oversupply soon and enter the Mexican market again. The two biggest zinc mining concerns in this state, the Po'tosi Mining com pany at Sta. Ealalia and the Calera Mining company, are still shipping to the United Statec. The former concern has a long term contract for its ores from paint works in Wisconsin. J STRIKES RICH COPPER. Bisbee, Ariz., May c3. Ore running between 12 and 15 percent copper was found at the 1350 foot level of the yDenn-Arizonax mine. The quantity of ore found is said to be large. LL 1 BLACK RANGE TiTTWffiK Af!TTVR Promoters Installing Treat-, ing Plant Old Camp Takes on Itf ew Life. ; ance laruuieia, a. umub cu6n".i who has lust returned fro from the Black Range mining district. 12 miles north of Fairview, N. M., states while the Black Range camp is an old camp, it is in reality a new one, for the reason that heretofore the high cost of trans portation only permitted the shipment cf $50 ore and upward. Conditions are changing, as the Black Range Reduction works is now putting in a custom mill to treat the ores of lower grade. The plant will be north of Fairviow and will be in operation in about 60 days. Prospector Busy. Mr. Carothers also states there are Mine very prominent veins which the old prospectors have "been working and there are at?- least 12 shafts down over 100 feet. The deepest shaft in Is the Ivanhoe, which is down about 300 feet. "From my observations made there," he said, "the ores will go about $18 to $20 In gold arm silver, the gold values predominating. I have located some veins and the samples of ore run at e- S40 a ton. I met several prominent mining engineers there last winter and also on my last visiti and all are en thusiastic. This reduction plant com pany has bought and remodeled an old mill, but It will also erect a 100 ton custom mill. "The United States treasury mine has reached -a depth of 400 feet, and Is In richer ore than above. (It is the Chloride camp and on the same mineral belt where I was. The United States treas ury vein can be traced 18 miles to the north end of the Black Range, and a number of prominent mines have been located on it. Better Than Cripple Creek. "I was a pioneer; of the Cripple Creek district, Colo., and I think the Black Range camp is away ahead at the same stage Of development. Everything de pends on the new reduction plant. The ores are there in abundance. "Mr. Jobe, of Kansas City, is oper ating a rich Eureka mine near the mill site, and working 20 miners. The treas ury mine Is working 30 men, "and theJ' Black Range Reduction company Is working' 10; Minnie and Bullion nine, besides about 15 men on the new mill. The Colorado Springs company has taken a hand on the Ivanhoe mine. John McConagy. an old Cripple Creek mining man, has a hand on the Gold Reserve, and Mr. Sisty has a hand, on the Repub lic mine. BITS MACHINERY FOR BLACK RANGE REDUCTION PROPERTIES. Herbert TV. Wolcott, of Denver, a prominent miner, and one of the main stockholders In the Black Range Re duction works, operating a group of mines in the Black Range, N. M., 14 miles northwest of Fairview. has pur chased machinery In El Paso, and al ready shipped it to the mines. The machinery includes a 40 horsepower boiler, and an S by 10 hoist, capable of sinking to a depth of 1000 feet. It will be installed at once on the shaft of the Minnie mine, which is already down 200 feet. v The equipment was purchased as a result of the discovery of an ore body averaging 15 feet wide, of which five feet averages about $30 a ton and the balance from $5 to $S gold and silver per ton, the principal values being gold. This ore Is as far as known all of milling igrade. BIG- JTOaMENT FOE BELL AGAINST CASEY Mining Company Partner ship Results iii Award of $23,250 for BeU. Following a trial lasting three weeks, the jury in the case of 0Tb. Bell vs. J. P. Casey, jr., returned a verdict for the Plaintiff in the sum of $23,250 In the 34th district court Monday night. The suit was for one-half the receipts received by Casey for the sale of stock In the Carmen Consolidated cooper com pany, the property of whfch is located m the Arizpe district of Sonora. Mexico. Casey contended that the partnership had 'been dissolved and that the monev had been paid to him by W. J.iPower undar an old Mexican contract anVwas not for the sale of stock. The case was originally filed in the 4lst district court on February 17 1909 and was twice set for trial but the Plaintiff secured continuances and finally the case was transferred to the 34th district court. During the trial of the case, W. J. Power was arrested on a charge of per jury and was arraigned before justice L. B. McClintock, who dismissed the charge. CALUMET AND ARIZONA MAKES RICH ORE STRIKE Ziac Ore Runs as nigh as 90 Percent, CaiiKinpr Purchase of Additional Machinery to Work Property. Cananea, Son., Mexico. May 24. The Calumet and Spnora Mining company has encountered rich lead-zinc ore on It 400 level, which is the same as that on the 300 level, averaging between SO and 90 percent mineral. Twenty feet have been cut in th drift and the ore is still as rich as When first opened. When encountered, the ore was 11 1-2 feet in width, and it has now widened "" l" ouvii itn uxient tnat the size is not known. This ore is not bein mill- ed as the mill has all it can do to "eek buying cattle o senl tc his Ne handle the ore from the 300 level but braska ranch for fattening. Through is being placed on the dump. On the 300 level there are four ra-'ses all of which are in ore. On the 60 foot level, ore was encountered which runs 106 ounces in silver, besides the lead, zinc and copper values. Innll New Machinery. An additional boiler is being adde-i to the mine equipment, and a new blacksmith and machine shop is being erected near the shaft. At the mill a new jig has been installed, also two Deister tables, one "Wilfley table and a grinder. Tins additional equipment grmaer. mis aauiuonal equipment ;v- ,, Rcrun. S "T will be used to handle the tailings. A Ve m,ei?J 8cruP" K t)r.EX?I viussiiiei is uu me roaa ana as soon as It arrives. It -will be installed mud the new addition to the mill -ivilihe nlaced in operation. The nMmrvnoi equipment vill increase the output of! tne piant 4u percent, or vrm make the capacity 115 tons of concentrates daily. The classifier -will be used especially for the separation of the chalcopyrites from the lead and zinc. All the con centrates Trill carry on an average 35 ounces of silver. This week the shipments will amount to 250 tons of concentrates, the lead being shipped to Germany, while the inc goes to the smelter at De Paw, 111. This property is considered to be one of the richest zinc mines In the western hemisphere, as all the ore averages be tween SO and 90 percent zinc. BISBEE MINER MAKES FIND. Bisbee, Arlz.? Hay 24. Vincent Tin tnrin. an ordinary miner a few months j igo, has returned to Bisbee as a rich rheH strike of gold has yielded him several thousand dollars. 0LD OWIE MINE jg DISCO VEEED? a I JPTll ftSSOli LN Ceil JJJ.CH.LV --- --' x- " Leads Into Abandoned Shaft Tools Found. Brady, Texas, May 24. J. T. Morgan has uncovered what he believes to be the famous Bowie mine on his ranch near Menardville. where on a hillside he found a peculiar depression leading Into a cave or snait, wmcu net" ucc carefully covered up on some former occasion. Cleaning it out a distant of 30 feet deep and 50 feet laterally, It showed what was originally a natural fissure that had been worked out arti ficially. Ancient bones and a glass globe were found at the bottom of the shaft. W. H. Withers has opened up a similar shaft a few hundred yards distant, in which were found eight human skel etons. These shafts are three miles from the old dam and furnace on San Saba river, which have been one of the curious sights of Menardville since its first establishment. Grubstaked In San Antonio. History records that during the Span ish occupancy of Tiexas in the Eigh teenth century there were rich silver mines in the vicinity. But the hostility of the Indians was such as to compel their abandonment soon after the Mexi can independence. In 1835 James Bowie fitted out a party in San Antonio to re open these mines. His famous fight wih the Indians in what is now McCul loch county, and his agreement with the Indian chief to abandon the search for the mine and be unmolested if he re turned Jiome, is an incident in Texaj history. Since then many have sought for the so-called old Bowie mines, but in vain. The old furnace where the ores were smelted and the old Spanish dam, old mining tools, and an old can non used for defense of the camp have been found near the river, all pointing strongly to proximity of the old mines and lending plausibility to the Morgan discovery. OIL LAND TAKEN UP NEAR LA LUZ California, La Lnz and Ala mogordo Men Interested in the Work. Alamogordo, N. M., May 24. J, H. Hogan, T. L. Hatfield, Charles Johnson and associates, of Los Angeles, Cal., have secured valuable oil land holdings near LaLuz amounting to about 2000 acres. Interested with them is Cha'rles MQyor, aLa Luz merchant; J. C. Jones, proprietor of the Southwestern hotel at Alamogordo, and also lessee of the Cloudcroft lodge, and a few other local mem It is the intention of these operators to st a standard rig to developing this field at once, and to push work as rap idly as possible. J. F. Milner is in charge of the land selections, and has been working on the quiet for the past, two weeks. The recording of contracts, locations, and leases is evidence that they are in earnest. " JKSiSgS: district.! i Eagiiftb Company Ovraiujr San Fran- j Cisco del Oro Announces Improve- ' menls Will Branch From Parrai and Dnrango. ' pm,0i,, at xto,. 9jw c tT,PJ rison and Jas. e!' Hyslop," of 'the San Francisco del Oro mines, Ltd., of Lon .,. ,,, . . . ' ., ..- . Qon wnicn owns me mines oi me same name in the Parrai district, were here. Mr. Harrison had Just returned from England, and he stated that work would be commenced at once bv his company to build a railroad line from the Parrai & Durango railroad to tho mines, and to prepare as far as prac ticable for the construction of the COO ton reduction plant decided upon. This line of railroad will be about six miles lens and,wlll be a nairow grage track, as the Parrai & Durango Is of that gage. The roadbed will be made so as to take a third track later, ! as the company plans to extend its line , farther to connect ' with the Parral Santa Barbara branch of the National j Railways. The San Francisco del Oro is one of the best developed properties in north- ern Mexico. Vast bodies of ore are blocked out, the principal values of which are in gold. "While here Mr. Harrison and Mr. Hyslop visited the Manta Mining com pany's property in Santa Eulalia. EIGHT FOOT COAL VEIN POl'XD NEAR ASHERTON. An eight foot vein of .very fine semi bituminous coal has been discovered in the vicinity of Ashertou, La Salle coun ty, Tex. The coal seam was found at a depth of SO feet while drilling for an artesian well. The coal Is said to be of about the grade of Pittsburg semi bituminous coal. Asherton is connected by a short railroad with the Interna tional & Groat Northern railroad. NEBRASKA BUYS CATTLE FOR FEEDING IN EL PASO. Ed H. Ross, a prominent cattleman bf j Nebraska has been here for the pasr Brc Broaddus & Leavell he has j.urehae.l S20.000 worth of west Texas and New Mexico stock. Good Health Good Teeth iife T 1 ,.. a -8:g3HB sound and while ulous daily care with a dentrince that both polishes &Ild preserves. 25c SOc At All Druggist Demands ml I 5i2& ... ., I M KStr rayMJ-iMtafejAMEwak a . H 1 im ii! fo& l F JJm H BiZITPiaiWrJLJKW Will g KJ gH1ftBl.,ni gF Aef FCi MAbb JXL&Jii 1 ! lr All Local Protestant Pastors Will Join in July 3d Exercises. There is to be a big open air religious mass meeting of the various protest ant churches of El Paso on the night of July 3. This was decided upon at : a meeting of the Pastors' union held j Monday afternoon. Rev. Caspar S. Wright, pastor of Trln- j ity Methodist church, will aenver tne patriotic sermon for the occasion, and i Rev. CharlesiLi. Overstreet and mem- j bers of the First Presbyterian church will have charge of the balance of the program, the music being furnished by j the First Christian church, while the First Baptist church with Rev. Robert ! Bruce Smith as pastor will have charge I of the seating. The services will be held at the Cleve- ' land square, the pastors of the various. churches being seated on the platform of the bandstand, while the Choir will also have a place there. Nearly every detail will be carried out in a manner similar to the services ; held last Julj 4th, when Rev. Robert Bruce Smith was the preacher. Following the decision to hold the ' union service, the pastors elected Rev. Menry Easter, pastor, of St. Clements Episcopal church, as presidentSfor the ensuing year, and Howard B. Durkee of the Y. M. C. A., secretary. CHIHUAHUA MAN NAMED JUAREZ POl3CE CORPORAL. Miguel Urlas, of Chihuahua, has been appointed corporal of police by comandante Ponce de Leon of th Juarez force. Mr. Urlas arrived In the border city a few days ago and now has taken up his new duties. His appointment is an addition to the force, the two former corporals remaining as before. MAR CHEW MOVES RESTAURANT. Mar Chew served no breakfasts Mon day for the first time in many, many years. Mar Is moving. When moving day comes around, breakfasts must wait. The Chinese restauranteur is fixing a new place for his establishment farther up El Paso street. The electric fans stopped for the first time in a good many Chinese moons Monday morning and number of Mar's regular customers were forced to hunt elsewhere for their morning coffee. FIRST WATERMELONS HERE. First watermelons of the season to arrive in El Paso and the first ship ment to move in Texas will be received here Tuesday from east Texas. Calfror nla Royal and Southworth Famous apricots In large shipments will be received in a few days, D. M. Payne says. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. Kb matter how long- it has been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling- Out, and poslSiVCiy removes Oai cinxSI. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Will not soU skin or linen. Will not 3ure your hair, is Dot a dye. f1 ? OcBpttaCS, tdpnggiSS oend 2c for free books "The. 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