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fHE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNI'G, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905
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aode.
Lowell Branch, Office.
A Branch office has been establish
!J at Lowell In tho building occupied
y Lowell Drug Co. News Items and
advertisements left there will bo giv
en prompt attention.
BONANZA CIRCLE.
The following concerning the Bon
anza Circle mines is taken, from Iron
Ore, published at Ishpeming, Mich.:
In Bisbee there has been a demand
for American Development stock dur
ing tbe week at slightly higher prices.
Amorican offers much as a speculative
slock at $14 per share. This would
make the mmlng stock, on the basis
of the Bonanza Circle transactions,
ooet only between. $ G and $7 per share.
We nnderstand the company may soon
begin diamond drilling to select a
place for starting a shafL Junction's
developments are of such a gratifying
character that American is being as
sisted, the latter property adjoining
Junction. Warren Development is
also receiving consideration from
those ivho keep posted on the move
ments in the Circle.
Bisbee has been a free buyer of
Junction during the week, taking lots
of 100 shares whenever they are of
fered at bargain prices. Bisbee has
largely increased its holdings in this
mine In. the past three weeks, putting
many thousands of dollars into the
shares. And Bisbee should know some
thins of its meriL The big shaft is
close to them, there is no mountain
to be climbed to reach 1L It is easy
of access, and any one with an Inter
est can get Into the shaft and Inspect
it for himself. There is nothing hid
den, no secrets from the sharehold
crs. Hecent discoveries of high grade
copper have unquestionably stimu
lated the buying, and Bisbee people
being at the shaft and seeing the ore
cosing to the surface believe that
they are justified in their movements.
They seem to be getting a bargain at
these figures.
The first of the smelters being con
structed in addition to the former
plant of the Bonanza Circle is in blast
today, probably. It has been an
nounced the first charge would be
fired the latter part of the week. This
will be a nice thing for the holders
ot Lake- Superior and Pittsburg and
Pittsburg and Duluth. The latter
property will send ore from its Sun
rise claim through the Lake Superior
and Pittsburg shaft It is the only
present opening it has to the surface.
"With the beginning of smelting there
wiQ be good news for shareholders,
as we have frequently said. The mln
fes will be accompanied by further
developments underground, and the
latere should have much of satisfac
tion to those who have faithfully stood
iy the enterprise.
Other stacks will be blown in later,
xnd there will be facilities for caring
far the ore. The Circle is enterpris
ing; and will look after the details.
"While there have been criticisms be-
eause of the slowness, apparently.
by mining development, since the Bon
anza Circle interests began business
at Bisbee. They havo already made a
record, and they are working honestly.
That is all that can be desired. The
basin In which they are operating Is
a very promising one. When ore is
hit It yields largo returns for the
money taken to find it This is Iho
history of the camp. We cannot com
plain, knowing that the management
of the Bonanza Circle Is doing tho
best It can, using money carefully and
directing work skillfully.
We have several letters asking why
Calumet and Arizona does not move
up faster. It is probably because there
are newer things that seem to offer
greater Inducements. Men who thnk
they see an opportunity of doubling
their money in newor things take that
chance. To double the present price
of Calumet and Arizona would bs more
than, could be expected for some time
K come. Those who went Into North
Butte at $15 were justified in selling
anything they owned to secure It
They already have a gain of l'J5 per
cent, with excellent chances for doing
much better. It was too great a temp
tation to resist, and those who made
the trade did well. There are those
who think they see In Junction an op
portunity far a nice increase fur in
vestment in that line. They hmr of
things that are doing and believe it Is
wise to invest. The same can be said
of American Development stock and
of Warren Development. These
things possess chances for big gains
and we know of many who are going
into them. Were it not for these
things Calumet and Arizona would be
soiling higher. The Lake speculators
are putting their money into local
properties that seem to give oppor
tunity for substantial winnings, and
the steady, dividend-payers are being
neglected for the time. Calumet and
Arizona is now selling low consider
ing its earning powers. Its dividends
do not warrant any higher price?,
probably, but the fact that it is earn
ing much more than it is paying out
s a reason for higher quotations. It
aas a big surplus. There are those
who are wondering if there is some
thing the matter with the mine be
cause it does not pay more in divi
dends. Being out of debt they argue
that there is no need for the surplus
that Is being accumulated. The com
pany's policy has been a very con
servative one. They are putting in
new smelters, have been financially
assisting some of the neighbors, and
doing much to assist the entire group.
So far as we can learn there is noth
ing' physically the matter with Calu
met and Arizona. The buying public
thinks it can make more money taking
other things. In time those who are
satisfied with a sure thing will turn
their attention to this property.
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The Prescott Courier and the Je
rome Mining News are engaged In tak
ing the starch out of the Journal-
Miner, a Republican organ which has
been trying to uphold the action of
Kibbey's Territorial equalizers. It is
no use to try and eaten Brother Rog
ers with a Republican political
scheme; he's onto the moves of the
entire Kibbey political tribe.
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MINING APPLICATION NO. 1025.
United States Land Office, Tucson,
Arizona, Aug. S, 1903. Notice Is here
by given that Hoval A. Smith, of Bis
bee, Arizona, has made application for
patent to the Jones, Putman, Marga-
reta and Hilda lodes, Survey 211G, in
approximately Tp. 23 S. R. 24 E. G
& S. R. B. & M. in Warren Mining
District, Cochise County, described as
follows: Jones: Beginning at cor.
No. 1 whence N. W. cor. Sec. 2 Tp. 24
S. R. 24 E. brs. S. 22 dejrs, 43 mlns. SO
sees. W. 1924.3 ft thence N. G degs.
5G mlns. E. G2S.G ft. to cor. No. 2,
thence S. 55 degs. 55 mlns. E. 1500 ft
to cor. No. 3, thence S. G degs. 55 mln3.
W. C28.C ft to cor. No. 4, thence N.
55 degs. 55 mlns. W. 1500 fL to cor. No.
1, the place of beginning. PUTMAN:
Beginning at cor. No. 1. whence N. W.
cor. Sec. 2 Tp. 24 S. R. 24 E. bra. S.
30 degs. 9 mins. 30 sees. W. 1350.G ft
thence N. 6 degs. 5G mins. E. C2S.G ft
to cor. No. 2, thence S. 55 degs. 55
mlns. E. 1500 ft to cor. No. 3, thence
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The Bank of Bisbee; Bisbee, Arizona
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $125,000.00 Depository for Territorial Funds
Directors. ' pfficera,
B. O. Williams, J. S. Douglas, jj. A. Packard, W. H. Brophy, W. H. Brophy, president if. A. Schwartz,, ass't cashier
M. J. Cunningham. M. J. Cunningham, cashier. J. S. Douglas, vice president
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and the man who was used to coal oil smoke and
smell side-stepped a little when they wanted him to put
in gas. All of these are now
Hopelessly Behind the Times.
We would like to explain to you the many advantages
and points of superiority of
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HEADS OF AGRICULTURAL PA
PERS ON HOLIDAY JAUNT
IN NORTHWEST.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. S. A
nartv rf ahnnt one hundred editors
and proprietors of agricultural papers
from al parts or tne unuea states
started from here today in a special
train on a tour through Western Can
H; n tho miests of the Canadian
Immigration Association. The party.
which also includes S. W. Leaviti,
chairman of the Minnesota board of
control; Warden Henry "Wolfer of the
Minnesota State Prison at Stillwater;
Wesley J. Speers, representing the de
partment of the interior of Canada,
nnrl Seerearv Theodore M. Knappen
of the Western Canadian Immigration
Association, will go direct irom nere
to Winnipeg, thence along the main
line of the Canadian Pacific railway,
stopping at Brandon, Portage la
Prairie, Dauphin, Prince Albert, lie
gina, Moose Jaw, Lethbridge. Mac
ipnfl f!a1rnrv. Banff. Medicine Hat
and other places of special interest
throughout Western Canada.
S. G dess. 50 mlns. W. C28.C fL to cor.
with reference to the stacUs now about -, iT. placfot
J -vota mam nnf in If t tt munli I . a an
ready we can. say that It Is much
easier building smelters on paper than
it is on the smelter site. We know
ol tl-onsaiids ot tons of ore mined in
a. sisle evening around 6 social Jab
and enrer a social glass,, but It takes
time and Tnone7 to make mines tind
to get smelters under way. We need
so other proof of this than can be
afforded In our own Michigan Iron ore
and copper mining fields. It Is true
n-t talk Is as easy as ever, and ns
cheap. The Circle people have the
test interests of the shareholders al
-rR55 in view. They are the biggest
holders themselves, referring to the
management, and they naturally work
foe themselves as well as for other
stockholders.
"We have a letter from one ot the
prominent gentlemen Interested in the
Bcmaaza Circle this week. In which he
sajsJthe entire -Bonanza Circle list It
to be brought out successfully. It
mraW be a wonderful thing if this
proves true. Its like could not be
duplicated in any camp we know. I'
Sas been a very short time, measured
2 Tp. 24 S. R. 24 E. brs. S. C4 degs. 49
mins. 30 sees. W. 2193.2 fL, thence
X. C degs. S$ mins. E. 62S.C fL to cor.
No. 2, thence S. 55 degs. 5a mins. E
1500 fL to cor. No. X thence S. C degs
llunlng. MARGARETA: Beginning
at cor. "Ko. 1. whence N. W. cort. sec
5G mlns. W. C28.6 fL to cor. No. 4,
thence N. 55 degs. 55 mins. W. 150& 1L
to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
HILDA: Beginning at cor. No. 1
whence N. W cor. Sec. 2 Tp. 24 S. R.
24 E. brs. S. 80 degs. 47 mins. w,
1935.7 fL. thence N. 6 degs. 5G mins.
E. G23.6 fL to cor. No. 2. thence S. 55
decs. 55 mins, E. 1500 f L to cor. No. 3,
thence S. G degs. 5G mins. W. S9.t ic. to
cor. No. 4, thence S. 89 degs. 54 mins
W. 853.G fL to cor. No. 5, thence N.
55 degs. 53 mins. W. 547.9 fL to cor
No. 1, the place of beginning. Ad
joining claims on tortheast, Mona,
Stacyville and Old Dominion; east,
Caravan and Leeland; southwesL Com
pass. Coburn and Connecter. The lo
cation of these claims are recorded In
the Mining Records of Cochise County,
as follows: Putnam, Book 24, pag?
c.6; Jones, Book" 24, page 84; Hilda,
Book 24. psse 83; Margareta. Book 24,
page S3.
' MILTON R. MOORE,
Register.
First publication, August 13, 1903.
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An exchange says that Uncle Russell
Sage has lost his Maltese cat, but he
still rakes down the "kitty" in the
game of puts and calls.
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Biabee's Music Store sells
every Style of Edison Machine; all
the "BEST records in stock.
AH the LATEST improved Vic
tor Machines up to $100, style VI.
25 New .Machines to select from.
Come in and see.
Hughes Block
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Opp. Gym.
Why is it
that drummers, the most
fastidious and exacting of
all the travelling public,
will ride long disiances
to spend :: :: " "
Sunday in Bisbee?
Because they are assured
elegant and comfortable
apartments and an unex
celled cuisine and service
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Ex :hango in Mexican money.
OFFICERS:
W. C. Greene, President.
L Macmanus, Cashier.
F. E. Beecher, Asst Cashier
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