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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Cripple Creek Times. Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
January 1, 1903
Info found on page:
75
Info Title:
Mr. Alex Miller
ALEX MILLER

The work of cleaning and sorting over the dumps made of the ore rejected by the ore sorters of the mine is an art, and the man who successfully works over a dump must know just as much about ore, and more, than the man who works underground or sorts it.

During the past year quite a number of dumps throughout the district have been worked to a big profit, but the man among all of the dump workers who has proved himself the most capable in that particular work is Alex Miller.

Early last year Mr. Miller secured a lease on the dump of the Wild Horse, and that he worked it extremely close was evidenced by the fact that the most careful samples taken of the rejected portion shows that it only contains a value ranging from $4 to $6 to the ton.

Mr. Miller has studied the matter of handling dumps until it has become a science, and his advice is sought by many. Besides that he has made a number of improvements for the washing machinery that considerably reduces the expense of recovering the slimes, which, as a rule, is very rich.

Lately Mr. Miller purchased the dump of the Pharmacist mine. Associated with him is W. M. Nesbit, a cyanide expert, who received his training in the great Mercur works.

Mr. Nesbit has had years of experience in cyaniding, and believes that the future of that process in this district will be very extended and that its adaptability to the low-grade ores of this district is just becoming known.

The ore they will handle first will average close to $4 to the ton in gold.

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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Daily Chronicle {Aspen]. Volume: 94 [XCIV], Issue No. 26
Info Publication Date:
June 29, 1907
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Pharmacist Looking Great
[Crusher]—The Pharmacist never looked so well and never produced so much ore as is now being hoisted out. The average daily product is now twenty-four tons, four of which is high grade and is sent to Denver, the balance going to the mills.
graphic for visual presentation of text On the third level the entire vein matter, seven feet wide, is first class ore and does not need sorting. The cross vein, encountered some days since, mention of which was made in The Crusher, has been drifted on and promises well, the entire vein matter being good milling ore with rich spots occasionally.
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Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 94 [XCIV], Issue No. 17
Info Publication Date:
April 27, 1907
Info found on page:
526
Info Title:
Pharmacist Strike
A strike has been made during the last few days in the Pharmacist mine, situated on Bull hill. The cross-cut being driven in an easterly direction from the shaft has cut a good-looking vein. Samples taken over a width of 3 ft. assay 5 to 6 oz. in gold per ton. The property is at present under lease to Edsall, Key & Co. of Colorado Springs.
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Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 94 [XCIV], Issue No. 2
Info Publication Date:
January 12, 1907
Info found on page:
46
Info Title:
Mr. S. N. Simmons's Acacia Lease
Cripple Creek, Colorado.
graphic for visual presentation of textOutput from the Acacia.
graphic for visual presentation of text S. N. Simmons, operating a lease on the Pharmacist property on Bull hill, has obtained a lease on the Acacia Co.'s ground adjoining, after having stoped up to the side line. The lease has always been worked through the Fitch shaft of the Acacia, having no connection with the Pharmacist shaft, and several shipments of good ore have been made.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 3 [III], Issue No. 224
Info Publication Date:
January 7, 1896
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Pharmacist Shipment to Gillett
The last shipment from the Pharmacist of fifteen tons brought returns of $91.20. There is now a good big shipment of low grade ore at Gillett. From eighteen to twenty tons of that which will average five ounces is ready to ship.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 326
Info Publication Date:
May 1, 1898
Info found on page:
5
Info Title:
Pharmacist Shipment
SOME OF THE WEEK'S SHIPMENTS.
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graphic for visual presentation of textWEEKLY SHIPMENTS
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graphic for visual presentation of textSome of the Ore Sent Out From Cripple's Mines.
graphic for visual presentation of text Pharmacist—A shipment of 22 tons of five-ounce ore went out during the week.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No. 19
Info Publication Date:
November 4, 1911
Info found on page:
913
Info Title:
Pharmacist Opened for Leases
Pharmacist—This mine has been put in shape and opened up for leases after long idleness; the blocks of ground are being taken rapidly. This mine was the first dividend payer in the Cripple Creek district about 20 years ago.
graphic for visual presentation of text Thomas Ward is manager.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No. 10
Info Publication Date:
September 2, 1911
Info found on page:
468
Info Title:
Pharmacist Shipments Resumed
Pharmacist—Shipments from this mine on Bull hill have been resumed by lessees and it is expected that the output will run close to 10 cars per month.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining World. Volume: 10 [X], Issue No. 18
Info Publication Date:
November 21, 1901
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Shipments From Mcdade lease on the Pharmacist
During the month just closed five carloads of ore were sent out from the McDade lease on the Pharmacist. It consisted chiefly of screenings of an average grade of $39. The ore was mined in a block opened through the main shaft which is principally a low-grade proposition.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 121 [CXXI], Issue No. 14
Info Publication Date:
October 2, 1920
Info found on page:
496
Info Title:
Pharmacist Lease Given to Burns Lessee
A five year lease on the Pharmacist mine, Bull Hill, has been given by the Pharmacist G. M. Co. to L. F. Le Brun and associates operating the South Burns mine of the Acacia G. M. Co., adjoining.
graphic for visual presentation of text Le Brun is drifting into the Pharmacist from the 1200-ft. level, of the Burns Enite.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 122 [CXXII], Issue No. 6
Info Publication Date:
February 5, 1921
Info found on page:
201
Info Title:
Pharmacist Back in Operation
The Pharmacist property has resume operations since the first of the year and is under long lease to the Le Brun company of New York.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No. 22
Info Publication Date:
November 29, 1913
Info found on page:
870
Info Title:
Lessee Work on the Pharmacist Mine
Fifteen feet of ore is being mined in No. 2 vein of the Pharmacist mine, on Bull hill, by the lessee, B. F. Hill.
graphic for visual presentation of text Without sorting, this ore averages about $13 per ton.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 3 [III], Issue No. 250
Info Publication Date:
February 6, 1896
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Pharmacist Did Great on the 610-Foot Level
The recent shipment of twenty-nine tons of Pharmacist netted $3,000. The screenings ran three ounces to the ton and the high-grade averaged $200. There are three feet of ore in the vein running towards the Burns shaft opened at the 610 foot level.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Aspen Weekly Times. Volume: 15 [XV], Issue No. 23
Info Publication Date:
June 8, 1895
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Pharmacist Strike
Regarding the recent Pharmacist strike little can be said that has not already been made public. The returns of the last car have not as yet been received.
graphic for visual presentation of text The new controlling elements have, it can readily be seen, plans of wide scope, and have no intention of being hurried in making them effective. Lack of ready funds is giving the company no end of annoyance, not to mention many unpaid obligations.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Akron Weekly Pioneer Press. Volume: 10 [X], Issue No. 32
Info Publication Date:
June 14, 1895
Info found on page:
4
Info Title:
Pharmacist Shipping
The shipment of twenty tons made from the Pharmacist a few days ago netted rather over $50 to the ton.
graphic for visual presentation of text Superintendent Rowan still has hopes of once more making this mine a divident payer. Most of the mineral is taken from the seventh level.
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Colliery Engineer and Metal Miner. Volume: 17 [XVII], Issue No. 11
Info Publication Date:
June, 1897
Info found on page:
482
Info Title:
Pharmacist, Tenolra and Burns Ore-Shoot Description
The veins of the Pharmacist and Tenolra and Burns are connected by drifts. The two pockets which in 1892 paid $84,000 dividends in a few months were V-like in shape and near the surface the V's were pretty close together, at 250 feet the ore ceased, the arms of the V came to a point. A new ore-shoot has since been found at 250 feet, the pockets two to five feet wide. Shaft was sunk 590 feet when the top of another pocket or ore-shoot was found, eighty feet in length and sixty feet deep and still continuing at 650 feet.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No. 7
Info Publication Date:
February 14, 1903
Info found on page:
274
Info Title:
Pharmacist January Shipments
Pharmacist Gold Mining Company.—Shipments by lessees in January totaled 200 tons of an average value of $30. The company is reported to have a respectable amount on the right side of its books from royalties paid by lessees.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
January 3, 1903
Info found on page:
23
Info Title:
Pharmacist Cynaide Plant
During 1902 a small cyanide plant to treat the Pharmacist dump was constructed, and rumors said it operates successfully on $4 to $5 material when that is suitable.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No. 25
Info Publication Date:
June 20, 1903
Info found on page:
946
Info Title:
Pharmacist Cyanide Plant is Idle
A small cyanide plant was erected on the Pharmacist some time ago, but was never used.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No. 23
Info Publication Date:
June 6, 1903
Info found on page:
872
Info Title:
Pharmacist Nearly Lost in Altman Fire
The shaft house of the Pharmacist mine had a narrow escape from being burned when the greater portion of the business part of the town of Altman was destroyed by fire recently. The fire is supposed to be of an incendiary origin.
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