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Saturday, Oct. i 5, 190. MINING NEWS. Prescott Courier: Mr. Senteney came in yc?terd.ty from the mining districts south of l'rencott. II" be lieves the properties being operated on Mt. Union by E. E. Greenwood to be among the most promising in the eountv, and savs indications are that they will give employment to fully 100 men in the near future. These properties are located about twelve miles south of Prescott. Dispatch: Mr. Brown, who runs the Hermitage saloon, corner of Thirteenth and G, has some very rich quartz which he has on ex hibition at his saloon. The two sacks have a great deal of free gold in them, a sample from the lot running $1,700 per ton. It is un derstood that the ore is near Doug las. If this property continues as the samples shows it is a bonanza. Prescott Courier: Word was brought to the city yesterday of another good mineral find in the Bradshaws. Some time since, the wanbeck boys located four claims between the Ora Bella and Castle mines. In doing the assessment work recently, they came across a 10-foot vein of sulphide ore on the surface that, when assayed, gave live per cent copper and $10 in gold. Prospector; Word comes from the Gleason district that the Cop per Queen people are experting Gleason District in a manner that would indicate that something may come of it. It is stated on good authority also that the Cop per Queen Company is negotiating for other Dragoon properties. The fact that the Queen people are in teresting themselves in this section is very significant. Bisbee Review: Gideon Boericke. who is working a group of tungsten mines in the Dragoon mountains, recently examined the tungsten mines on the Big .Sandy, in Mo have county, and contracted for the entire output of the mines. Mr. Boericke is at the head of the only tungsten manufacturing company in the United States. He believes the Dragoon and Sandy mines to be among the best properties in the United States. Mohave Miner: Harry C. Day ton, superintendent of the Sun Cloud mine, returned Tuesday evening from a trip which included Chicago, Buffalo, Milwaukee, Kan sas City and St. Louis. Mr. Day ton is one of the most energetic and enterprising mine managers in the county and we hope the old company will resume work on the Sun Cloud under his management within the next few months. The property is said to be an excellent one and we are sure it can be suc cessfully operated. Prescott Courier: We understand tha,t M. L. Doyle has sold his gold mine, in the Cedar Valley section, to a Mr. Featherstone, of the Cedar Valley Company, for a good round gum. Mr. Featherstone has pur chased the gasoline hoister of the Cedar Valley people and will re move it at once to the new prop erty. The vein of this mine is small, but the ore is continuous for more than 100 feet and the average is about $.')() gold per ton. It is claimed by those who have seen it to be one of the best prop erties in the lower country. IV.'fs.U rourl'-r; Hon, John S, .Jon' in from t!i" f,ittk ,h-- rni in. 11 , bowed th Courier v . jMirter a blue print map m,id by Civil Ko'm. t i. J. Fidsr of hcvcm ; mile 4 of pipe ir,et to be laid from the He barge ranch to to the Uttie Jesse mine. The line will be of six inch pipe. At the water sup j ply point w ill also be located the ; camp electric plant. The water l will be pumped 4 miles and will : flow the remainder of the distance jby gravity. The lift is 1,100 feet, i It is also the intention of the com- pany to construct some water stor 'age reservoirs in the mountains. j Mohave Miner: In a letter re jceiyed by the editor from II. P. I Ewing, who has been working on j the Xixie mine, near Vivian, the j writer states that he has the shaft j on that property at a depth of I nineteen feet and that it is looking j line. For two months he' has i been hard at work and in that j time has broken and hoisted 185 j buckets of rock weighing 160 j pounds each. When it is consid- jered that Mr. Ewing is totally; J blind the performance is a remark-; j able one. The vein on which the I work is being done is a very large, lone and the values are sufficiently J high to make the ores of good mill l ing grade. riffle Dutchman." sSALOOX. . . j Wm. STOERCK, Proprietor. j Opposite .Railway Depot. ' j Finest Wines und Liquors and Mexican Cigars, i NOCSLES, SONOff. We want ijou to know if you are con tern plating the purchase of min ing property-that we are in a position to supply you either In 'Arizona or Mexico or if you have mines to sell that we can place you in touch with a purchaser. We guarantee fair treatment to both parties. Arizona Mexico Investment Company, NOG ALES, ARIZONA, Arizona & Colorado R. R. TIM E CARD. No. 3 Effective October 1st, 1904. Ar. Pen roe Kl:2,i a. in. A r. Cochise l.v. Cochise 8. m. Lv. Pearce 7:4' Connections at Cochise with S. P. R. R. Epes Ravoou-h, E. A. McFa.rla.vw, Asst. Gen. Mgr. President ami Genera! Mi?r. Tucson, Ariz. and Chief Hug. Tucson, Ariz. Carianea, Yaqul River &. Pacific R R. Co. i Time Canl No. 8. ; Effective 12:01 . in. January 17, l'Kt. i 10:30 A.M. Lv. Naco . Ar. 4:00 p.m. i 11:5 Sun Jose 3:32 1 11 :2C Villa Ver-1 3:10 . i 11 MS Mesa , 2:45 j 12:01 P.M. Iel Rio 2:30 12;30 Ar. Catianea Lv. 2:10 ' E. A. McFarland, ir. .1. Templk, i At. Gen. Mgr. Superintendent. Sonora Railway. j New dally Panaeager Train service through between N'ogales and Omtyuia. South 6:35 A M. 8:20 ! 9:02 j 9.30 10:06 ) 11 00 ! 11:59 I ;2:20 P. M. i 1:11 ! 2:10 ! 2 20 ! 3.24 4:10 ! 5:50 STATIONS. North Ar. Notrales. Imurls. Magdalen a Santa Ana. Llano. Querob&bl Carbo. Pesqueira, Hermoslllo Torres Ortli. Ouaymas. Lv. ":2ur. M 5.13 5:03, 3 58 3,21 2:2f. 1:25 1:05 8:44 11 20 11:10 9:54 8 41 7::iOA. m. Sonora Time. i x Dining Stations. ; Pullman Sleepers are attached to these ; trflill-. Trains makes connection at. Torres with i Torres & I'ricias Railroad, leaving at K:00 a. : m. and p. ni. dally for Colorada, and Minus I'rtetas. Close connection is made at Guayrnas with ; PaclHc Coast Steamship Company's stcuner j "Guracau" sallinj; the 17th of each month for 1 Altata, M&zatlao. Cape St. Lucas, Mairdalcna i Bay and Knsenada; as well as with of the j L. A. Martinez Steamship Line, and others ! lines calling; at this port, j For particulars address. J. A. NAUGLE, I Gen'I Pass. Ag't. Guayrnas, Sonora, Mex, ic. tar os revino. SO EE AGENT For the stile of Lands in the Mate of Simr;i granted by the president of the Mexican Republic to Ceneral Fraiu'ir.n Olivares, in the Hernio sillo, Uress and Altar Districts of Sonora. OC" Residence, Hotel Cam bus (on, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. Office, Room 20, Hotel Cambuston. Off lot flout! to f-Z At. : to O 1. AI. 35t U.S. Gov Assay Office. fl. L. Peiieorin & Go. Public Sampliny orks. .ASSAYERS.. DKALU H IIM ABHAYEKW MATISHIAL, NOQALES, ARIZONA. Powder DYNAMITE FOWper Just received a car load of absolutely new and fresh Powder from the California Vigorit Powder Company Vigorit Dynamite, Mining Blasting, Dewey Blasting And Vigorit " Low " Powder. These are known to be the best Manufactured on the Coast. Caps and Fuse. Electric Wasting Machines. Gardiner, Worthen & Goss Co., Foundry, Machine Shops and Supply House. TUCSON .ARIZONA. Dry Goods and Groceries. EL BHZ2R" Mining Supplies, Powder, Fuse, Etc RA.MON BSQUER denTaV'aud'MiVtuai La Colorada and Prima era. Sonora. Foreign Exeliange Life Insurance4 Co," BRAMCH AT MASQAliNA. Bought and Sold. Richardson Brothers Company Mining HroUers We liandle the .stock of the Kufa Mining. Milling & Smelting Co. We make a specialty of Mexican mining investment and minus in Sonora Mexico, in particular, and solicit correspondence regarding same. . . . . 709-10 Lankershim Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. rickwood ilmiQP I J, T. BBiCKWOOO, PROP. t illMiii FIRST CLASS IV EVERY RESPECT. i s Nicely Furnished Rooms. Prices Moderate . . Nogales, Arizona. Almada Hotel. A B rPZALEZ' Spanish and English Spoken Is the Most Centrally Located, the Most Comfortable and best Ventilated in this Port. Spacious and well Furnished Roots. Cold and Warm Baths. RESTAURANT OF FIRST CLASS AND THE SERVICE LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED. Guayrnas, Sonora, Mexico. n o n a n '' Kv W W-.y y ShmA ly v, k.y. Vy y-jt Gold Giorage Restaurant, y ..::.r::z..: -zz. Next to Arizona Hotel. ..-.v- ; ,;:":,-. Board $6-00 uecK. Single meals 35c Ico Cream Parlor in Connection, open from 10 a. jn. to ! . ni. special Poultry Dinners each Sunday evening from r:J)0 to 8. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J. H. BOWSER, PROPRIETOR. - tn ) rs T" tJ. v Vr uJ.J NOGAIES, ARIZ.