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Saturday, August 27. 1004.
SONORA SIFTINGS. A Collection of Happening In the State Over the Line. W.i i 1 1 ! ! of W!i T' i ' fll'illl' Vr i A U' !! Illl'l he ! ' i il! hi- "fntiiUtiitv i.it nn rii r state. 1 r ? l-. !! frb-n t ! ' VI rr.abb h f-f'ifi j throughout II, hi the Pfiihsftrin,:josenh de Liistoian. 1 . 1 1 - waicnniaxer, Jeweler and Stationer. I Prsiikl .lilUrislit. Live Stock Quotations. tverutlilna in Vrzt Lines at Right Prices. With a fcopl t .vriity.i-)! iniiN ati'l i'in'-fnt r.it'ir- i rri. All trains stop atCarho for meals. Depot Hotel, W. S. Thompson, pro prietor. Table supplied with the best the market affords. liriini. Blanco is the name of a new and delicious brand of beer manufaetuied by the Hermosillo Brewery, which has already achiev ed a wide popularity. Sunday the big rcprrm below Ortiz again gave way from pres sure of water, canned by the heavy rains, and created havoc with the track of the Sonora railway. The train leaving Nogales Sunday stopped at Ortiz and returned on schedule time Monday. Cananea Herald; S a t u r da y morning, about 3 a. m. as Tom Lane who works at Chivatera was returning to his home in lionqui llo, he met a carriage containing three Americans. As? he passed a idiot rang out, the bullet piercing the horse's abdomen. Lane was unarmed and proceeded to La Pe moerata where he told a policeman of the outrage. The latter pursued the carriage and arrested th occupants bringing them to the local jail. They deny having tired the shot. Mr. Lane had a very narrow escape and the perpretators, of the crime, whether accidental or designed, should be punished severely. Florence Blade: Peter Brady is here from Sonora, Mexico, visiting his family. He is engaged in open ing a gold mine, situated about thirty miles from Magdalena and adjoining the mines sold by. 11.. G. Brady to Richard Gird, some time since. The claim Peter is develop ing was discovered by himself and located by himself and his brother Richard. The vein lies in a con tact between lime and porphyry and there 4s a large amount of ore on the surface, along this contact, that will mill from ten to twenty dollars per ton. But the boys propose to sink two or three hun dred feet on the contact and drift both ways, before installing any mill machinary. They have let the work by contract and the shaft was down 50 feet when Peter left. There is plenty of wood and water at hand and a good road from the mines to the railroad. Peter will return to the mines inside of a few days. Cananea Herald: On the 15th inst. the town and vicinity of Ariz pe was plunged into deep mourn ing by the death of one of its most prominent citizens. Seilor Lie. Austreberto G. Cota, judge of the First Instance of the District of Arizpe, while traveling from that place to Aconchi, where his jud icial duties called him, was drown ed while attempting to ford an ar royo within a short distance of the latter place. The arroyo is most of the year a dry wash, but the recent rains have, caused a raging torrent to till its bed, akuU 300 feet wide. The unfortunate man attempted to cross this, but was swept away and lost. Several other persons, who accompanied him, narrowly es caped the same fate, and were rescued with ditlicultv, Sr. Cota Special to Tin: (a-h. I auSI: L I Wojales. Arizona. r? ' f v:i j 500 M en wanted: on the market well distributed! RAILROAD WORK. throughout the week. More cattle Wa $2.00 American Monev per were expected this week than came, ; ,i ' pu ' , Mill 4 1 V LU 1 lrtlm X UV" in tf.H tat' I onora in the pa-t t w .-nt y-'-n. years. Address: Nom1.'-, Arizona, caru of The ( ms. tuis M. Carriilo ;natiu Cjrriliit "The Three B. B.B." CARRILLO BROTHERS, Proprietors. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Mine Supplies a Specialty. Sahuaripa, - Sonora, Mexico. U increased liuvinz of cattle, but the cheapest classes of cows still go (J lejrsnnz. Grass steers and she ( ) stuff sold fairly well until Thurs day, when there was a set back of 10 cents. Good grass steers sell at $3.75 to $4.75. and trrass finished steers up to $5.40. Meaty cows ' O a u . 1.1 1 - - - - 1 1 1 11 . IV ana me rusn may possmiy noiu on : son Arizona tor a not tier week, but will come . j. 1 ...... . . 1 ! on. V.100U coin came nave ie- r p rrfYrffrt gained J'JCl to 50 cents of the loss of M''w last week, and have sold last few Li days at $5.50 to $5.80. Packers here (J have put more men to work this week than any week since the 1 striKe negan, anu nave snown . , improvement of their situation by f"i ESTABLISHED JANCARY 20, HKfl. BANCO CANANEA Department of Cananea Consolidated Copper Co.. S. A. Cananea, Sonora, Ulexico. Transacts a general banking business. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. STAFF a n ri and heifers sell at $2.50 to $3.50 or ( ") 1 Ff 1 tetter, off the crass. Some pan-: f ,rirrrt'rY12 handle spa ved heifers bnnsina the j W. C. GREENE, .. I. M ACM A SI'S ... F. E. BEECH ER.. A. J. CROSSLEY,. ..Jt'resideut. Cashier; ..Assistant Cashier Teller W. H.LYONS .... ....Assistant Teller CORRESPONDENTS National Shoe it Leather Bank, X.York. Anglo-Californitn Bank, San Francisco Consolidated Ntl. Bank, Tucson, Aril. Banco de Sonora, Herrnosillo. H. L Wiechers, City of Mexico. a a n r4 pay latter figure this week. Dry lot ; heifers still range up to $5.00 or a j little better. Veals are unchanged 1 at $3.75 to $4.50 for best, Stockers and stock calves have been dull most all week, and prices are verv j low. Some bargains can now be j secured in the .cheap grades of stockers. stock cows and stock calves, as prices range below $2.75 for a large amount of the stuff, j Good feeders have beeen in demand, j and have sold strong at $3'50to $4.25. " ! Hog prices are looking up. j Quality, this week has been much! inferior to that of last week, indicat ing that runs are natural, audi that tliev will continue light. moderate at least. Packers are MINING SUPPLIES OF ALL D ESC RIPTIONS o. IV i . s rJ 1 :s ca trt 3 I ts Furniture and Household Goods a Specialty. oathern Pacific'' Company. Los Anireles Pasenjrer, No. 7, west bound, passes Benson 3:27 a. m. i El Paso Passenger, No. 8, east bound, passes Benson 7:01 p. m. ! Train N. 11 leaves Nogales 4 :.T a. in. daily, arriving at Benson 7:35 a. in., ami j at Tucson ! :5U a. ni. j Train No. 12 leaves Tucson 3 :05 p. m. daily, arriving at Benson .5 :25 p. in., and j at No rales s ;,Vi p. m. i Knn5ijf I.iniifi'il iiKt limwu! rnsuuu lleiiiam' T 'SO a m Sunset Limited west bound, passes Benson 5:40 p. in. OP i jiiir. uuiiri ii"n uwuc v it 11 miuk mm AjI i it- iv m i ii n rs it? I u ivv. I'll ; lomosaone, oisoee, aco, i'ougias. ani other points on that line, aim close con neetirtn is :ilsi untile nt mu fnf ("!:m!int:i crying for more hogs, and it Iooks ; Tickets on sale to all important points in U. K, and Ave especially call attention as though prices should go higher. to the trip via New Orleans to New York, by steamer. Market closes the week stroiv i Tliis eompany's new ."0i)0 ton steamships "C'omus" and "Proteus" leave New will, niatt ninl lurbt sr.llin.r .,'l k i Orleans at noon every. Wednes.iav, and make tl, vovage to New York in about With pig, and lights fre Imgatlo.o , live an4 om JiaU,lavs; thev are equnl to the modem ocean liners in everv respect. to fo.oo, medium weights tin to !f5.:0. heavy hogs at $0.10 to $5.25. j tsheepare 10 to 15 cents lower on! killing grades, feeding kinds steady to strong, iambs 15 to 25 'cents ' low?r. A good many Western, sheep have been included this' week, and percentage of which were bought by feeders, at ;.0b to $3.50. , with some commonish ewes at $2.25 to $2.75. Filling wethers bring $3.50 to $4.00, ewes $3.00 tq 13.00, lambs $5.00 to $5.00. J. A. RlCKAKT, L. S. Correspondent. I Andres B.Canavalc, CIVIL ENGINEER. . Nogales, Son.. Mcx. isaloon and second cabin passage have to bereserved in advance. H. JORDAN, Agent. Reports, plans and specifica tions on all work in engi neering, railways, surveying, mining engineering, etc. WATCH FOR THE RACES TO THE ; AMERICAN ELITE The most popular place iu the city. Three chftirsi tul a tirst-i lass liarbi?r for each. Mas sage ami Haths. Nest to Montezuma Hotel. ' SUMMEV WUL SEE THAT U, R. TREATED RIGHT From El Paso 1 Deming orthernlMEastern Points SPECIAL TICKETS $42.80 TO SAINT LOUIS AHD RETURN $42.80 First class round-trip tickets on sale September 1st, 2nd, 5th, Gth, 7th, 8th, 19th, 20th, 28th, 20th. October 3rd, 4th, 5th, Gth, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th. AND COST ONLY S42.80. El Paso and Deming to Kansas City or St. Louis and return. Ticket on sale August 13 and 27th $25.00 To St. Louis and return, limit 15 days $39.80 (0 days $50.40 ,, December 15th $60.50 To Chicago and return via World's Fair and Kansas City. Limit GO days .... $48.00' To San Francisco and return Tickets on sale August lGth to Sept, 11th $35.00 ALSO RATES TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES. Comfortable Pay Coaches and Free Chair Cars; Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers. Pull itum to St The best Louis Pail v. Pining Service iu the Through U. PROWN, P. F. it I W. J. PLACK, Gen'l. Pas. Ag't., Topeka. '. A. I 5 m