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i 1 1 i 1 1 j I 1 1 j ! (.( I t V , htj t t !i- -1 1 1 k ' 1 intuit- , I " I ; i f j l . -1 r . 1 1 J - i ) . At tl.l- I,it ;illii('-t :, 1 1 1 i r t h'MV force h;i- c i!ip!(v(). a lid the Fiiriiisliiiiy GOOdS, Etc. The International Store .Saturday, August 20, 1904. ACROSS THE BORDER. -inkers have 1 -t-M pui'l nni f r- I'ltMeii to COiUt' on t! ie company s property. 1 (). Jinx 14 If. Mexican Utcord: Three cotton ; Mexican Kecord: ihe rainy mills of Tepic will pav 22,0O in j ason has topped the work of ,-e-ptamp taxes for the fix month's i flr,112 salt from the deposits on dating from Julv 1. Domingo j Las Ires Marias Islands, opposite Aguirre, operating the Bellavista j port of Han Bias, also at Cuyut mills, will contribute $15,000 of!lan near the port of Manzamllo. this amount, and $fi,000 will be ! It is reported here that during the paid bv the Compania Industrial dry season just passed over nine Ajirieola, the Mexico Citv concern i million pounds of salt were taken that is now operating the Jauja i from die latter - deposits, Con mills. The remaining ? 1,000 will j sulerably less salt was taken from be supplied bv Jose M. Menchaca. ! tne heds on the three islands off ! the Tepic coast. The Ties Marias Mexican Record: Sugar pro-were recently purchased bv the ducers of Jalisco are particularly j Federal Government, and as soon interested in the proposed estab- j as provisions are made for long lishmentof a direct line of steam-j term convicts on the islands, par ers between Mexico and Canada j ticulaf attention will be paid to the on: the Pacific ocean. British Co- j exploitation of the salt deposits, lumbia offers a market for ; Mexi- can sugar and it is believed that a large percentage of the Jalisco pro-1 duction could be exported there at; a good profit. Sugar is now being! sold at wholesale in this city at from 0 to 7 cents less per kilo than j it brought a year ago. j Arizona & Colorado R. R. TIME CARD. So. ?, Effective November 1st, 1903, M. El Paso News: Police Com mandant Torres of Auguas Calien te.s.a village of Sinaloa, and two policemen, who killed Clarence Way and Latimer, have been sentenced at Fuerte to be shot. -The sentence was to have been executed this week, but the influence of relatives was suc cessful in securing a stay of execu tion in the case of Torres. It is not thought he will be pardoned, however, as sentiment is high against him. Torres ordered the arrest of Way and Latimer be cause they refused to speak to him while he was intoxicated. They re sisted and both were shot down. 4:10 P.M. Lv. Cochise Ar.; "' 3:25 p ;:;;! . Servoss 2:53 5:0 Ar. Pearce La. 2:30 ComjfH tioiss at Cochise with S. P. P.. R. Efm lUKiX'S.rH, E. A. McFarlasd, Gener.il Mgr . Asst. Gen. Mgr. Los Angeles, Cl. Naco, Ariz. Caiianea, Yaqui Hiver S. Pacific R, R. Co. Time Card No. 3. Effective 12:01 a. m. January 1 Americans, ;i-):M a.m. Lv. nhco Ar. ll:"5 Shu Jose l!:.i Villa Verde 11 : iS Me 12:01 r.M. Dei Itio 12:80 Ar. Ctumnea E. A. M Fakund, Ast. Oen. Mgr. . Lv. 1004. 4:00 p.m. 3:32 S:I0 2:4o 2:) 2:10 11, J. TEMPLE, Superintendent. Sonora Railway; New dally Pneag;er Train service throngh between Nogttlen aut liuariuag. South STATIONS. North 5 A M. 8:20 :i) i so M. Ar. Nogale3. Imurls. Magdalena Santa Ana, Llano. Querobabl Carbo. Pesquelra, HeraoslHo Torres Ortii. Ouaymas. Lv. T:20i.m 5.13 5; 03 4:26 . 3 fiis 3 21 2 26 r-2-t 1:03 S:44 11 20 11:10 9: '4 . S 1) ":iPA m, Mexican Herald: Edward Walk-) er, of. 170 Broadway, New York, j representing the financial company j recently formed in Philadelphia tojI05 fo put in an electrical traction sys In w tern at Monterey, is at now Monte-! t) rey and will goon come to the City of j n Mexico for the purpose . of filing! 2!10 papers.-relative to the enterprise.! 220 The company, called the Monterey J 3 21 Electric Street Railway, Light fc j 4.4i) Power Company, is incorporated i r under the laws of New Jersey, with ' 0 " u i.ajriittiiiivuuii ui ta,wv.vw, j;uhi. Sonora Time lhe Slayden street railway in terests have been turned over to the new company and negotiations are progressing .for the purchase of the Empresa Mexican Street Railway Company's properties. The Slay den interests have a total trackage of about twelve miles, including the road to Topo Chico springs, which place is to be made into a modern resort by the erection of a large hotel and tine bath house. Mexican Record: A strike cf boiler makers at the Mexican Cen tral shops last week caused a sus pension of work on several loco motives which are undergoing re pairs. The strikers, most of whom were recently transferred here from the shops of the company at San Luis Potosi became dissatisfied with the wages paid and presented a re quest to Superintendent of Motive ower and Machinery Johnson for l Uniform Scale of pay. Mr. John- Smelting & KeUnlng and Vuqul Copper cum fiOU refused to accede to their de- I P!Freizht can be consigned to F. H Sevmour raand on the ground that the San j lZvlAm!da TletM LiUlS men had agreed to Work for ' Advanced charts paid on al srood? 10 n c, , .3 , JsiKued to railway which are received, for- thC Same wages formerly paid at warded and warehoused free of commission x Uinrirf stations. Putlrnaa Sleepers are attached to these trains. Trains make connection at Torres with Torres & Prietas Hall road, leavinii at S:W a. m. and p. m, daily for Coiorada, and Minas Prietas. Close fonnection is made at Guaymaa with Pacific Coast Steamship Company's ste uner "Curacao" sailing the ITth of each month for Altata, Mazatlac, Cape St.. Lucas, Matjdalena Bay and Enseuada; as well as with of the L, A. Martinez Steamship Line, and others lines calling at this port. For particulars address. 0. A. NALTGLE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't. Guaymai, Sonora, Mex, f f-J- "F-1- J ' '1 1 1 1 f i t Reports on Mining Properties, Invest igation of Titles. is Surveying-, Surface and Underground. STANLEY H. PEARCE, Consulting and Mining Engineer. MAGDALENA, SONORA, MEX, References! Boston and Colorado Smelting Co, Denver, Colo, Pirt National Pant", Nogales, Arizona Banco de Sonora, llermosillo, Sonora. M. Latz y Hno., Bankers, Magdaleua, Sonora. BKDFOHD MCNKII COUK. Q I Torres & Prietas R'y9 TIME CARD NO. 17, In effect June 27, 1903. Train No. 1 leaves Minas Prietas at 9.00 a. ni. arrives at Torres at S:45 a. in. Train No. leaves 'Torres at 11:00 a. in. arrives at Mlnas Prietas at 11:45 a. m. TralQ No. 3 leaves Minas Prietas at 2:20 p. in. arrives at Torres at 3:15 p.m. Train No. 4 leaves Torres at 4:15 p. m. arrives at Minas Prietas at 5:00 p. m, ALL TRAIN'S CONNECT AT TORRES ON SONORA RAILWAY, NOGALES. TO GUAV MAS AND VICE VERSA. Wells, FhtkoA Co.'s Rxpressand Telegraph In operation between Minas Prietas and all pa ts of the World, Shortest and best route to Yaoui River Rarraneaand San MarcUlcoat fie ds, Soyopa ahuaripa. TTres. La Ru'a, La Dura, Yatjui ( ' . . -y CLa Industrial y Explotadora de Maderas. IfTJPORTEl?, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN . Lumber of all Kinds. FJectric Liht Plant and Ice Factory. Door and Sash Factory. Foundry Brass and Iron. Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. A. L. PEGU, Proprietor. POTRERO AVENUE. The Finest Conveyances, The "Best Horses, Careful Drivers. Special Attention Given to Parties Going to Outlying . Mining Camps. Telephone Jinvit Xlain 7ti, Telephone llovse Main 303 NO GA L, IS S, A RIZOXA . 4- M ' Jflmpc a? Co JL 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING KND GROCERIES. PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOTHING FACTORY 1 N D XJ 3.T R. I -A . Local Agent For the . BANK OF LONDON and MEXICO HERMOSILLO, SON., MEX. VIA EL PASO ROUTE exas ClilC The new men, accompanied by all i ready to make trips to any of 'he the others in the boiler shop then ' numed lat V&jr V;,, always , above : Pro?. rhe Texas and Pacific and Iron Mountain route is the short line from El Paso, SrmUerti New Mexico and Arizona points to St I.ouis. Standard and tourist sleepers daily from al points on Southern Pacific, Los Angeles and east to St. Louis via above rouw without change. Solid vestibule! trains currying; Btanderd and tourist sleepers; also free reclining chair cars El Paso to St. Louis without change. Exceedingly low rates. For. full particu lars call on your local a;ent or address D vv CURTIS. Southwestern Passenger Agent El Paso, Texas. L C LEONARD, lintr Pasienner Agent. HI J'si 'Txas: :0 VEOf ' B? i, p. TURNER, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Asent Dallas, Tcxrs.