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Saturday, I ' f M,r j
Mohave Minor: The Gold Hill
Ut'iluction Company has purchased i
the Arizona and Utah railroad and I
will shortly commence repairs to j
it. The purchasing company is
the same which lias under consid- j
ration the erection of a smelter at j
Range News: L. I). Myers, one!
of the old-timers of the Chloride!
country, has made the discovery of
an immensely rich vein of silver
gold ore over in Eugene camp,
Wever district. Assays from the
outcrop give 1008 ounces silver
and 5 ounces gold. Several Chlo
ride people are interested in the
new find and are preparing to go
over there and make an examina
tion of it. Jack Ellis, one of the
parties interested, was in King
man a few days ago, and stated
that he would leave at once for the
mine. He believes it is one of the
most important finds ever made in
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t'.iriy in thf n'v ynr. The prop
fti: nf llif CihiriH-t ftii-i Aritia
at lU-hff have hcert proven heyotid
the (pifHlion of a douht and oro is
now blocked and ready to feed half
a doen large furnaces for many
Dispatch: A deal of large im
portance to the Paradise section
was closed Wednesday at Douglas
in the office of Judge M. J. Brown,
when the final papers in a deal in
volved $70,000 were drawn by Mr.
Brown and signed by the parties
interested in the transaction. This
is the price paid for seven and a
half claims in the California mining
district, which includes Paradise,
Cochise county. The purchase was
made by Attorney W. E. Rise of
Houghton, Mich., for Michigan
parties whose names have not been
disclosed, but who are known to be
among the strongest of the Michi
gan mining men who have put
money into the development of
mineral in the southwest.
LaCantina Central .
A. A. MONTEVERDE, PROP,
Ahro-vl, OVu HcrrnHtiAi Ct-irs. ENGLISH Sf'OKlN. All TreafH A'k.
starts the day right or wrong;
do you want it right or
Your grocer returns your money if you don't
like Schilling's Best.
Bisbee Review: Word from El
Tigre mine is to the effect that its
mill will be ready on or very close
to January first. A conservative
estimate put on the value in gold
of the ore now on the dump and
readv to go to the mill the moment
the latter starts, is $500,000. In
si edit in the workings, uraetic-
ally Mocked out. i, or. .0 the; f. A. AGUILAR, SUCS .
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El Tigre is a great property.
Should negotiations for its sale,
iwf",r"r Banco Naoional de Mexico.
mentioned in the sale cm.tr act will
be among the biggest that have
been known in connection with a
transfer of property in the state of
2 Guaymast Sonera, Mex. v
Yuma Sentinel: What will
trove, when completed, the largest
quartz mill in the world, is to be
erected by the Arizona Quartz
King Mining Company, composed
of Los Angeles, San Francisco and
Cleveland people, on the Colorado
river, about seven miles abore
Parker, in Yuma county. The
actual work on a mill of 100
stamps has been begun, and this
will be increased from time to
time, until 1200 stamps will be
pounding ore rom the immense
properties of the company, which
comprise a group of 104 mining
claims. The ledges are of enorm
ous width, ranging from 200 to 700
feet, and carry values of $3.70 to
$t0 in gold per ton.
International-American: It is
learned from a thoroughly reliable
source that considerably more has
been planned for the enlargement
of the Copper Queen smelter than
has been made public to newspaper
announcement. At present three
of the old furnaces are being trans
ferred to the plant in Douglas.
This was stated several days ago.
In addition to this plans have
been adopted for the extension of
the smelter shed west a sufficient
distance to accommodate three
more entirely new furnaces of the
tame size as those now in use.
Further, it is known that instead
of one additional converter stand
mentioned some time ago as hav
ing been agreed upon, two converter
,-tands will tie provided as fast as
possible. Work of enlargement of
the Calumet and Arizona smelter
is now. progressing well. A dupli-
Andres I!. Cauavalc
Novates, Sou.. Mex.
Reports, plans and specifica
tions on all work in engi
neering, railways, surveying(
mining engineering, etc.
WATCH FOR THE RACES
The most popular place in the city. Three
chairs aw) a first clnss barber for each. Mas
sage and Baths. Next to .Montezuma Hotel.
SUMMEY WILL SEE THAT U. R. TREATE0 RIGHT
Joseph de Lusipn.
Mechanical Engineer and
Practice I Millwright.
With a record of twenty-eight quartz
mills and concentrators erected in the
state of Sonora in the past twenty-one
years. Address : Xogales, Arizona, care
of The Oasis.
For Drunkenness, Opiuirr
ik r Morphine and
pother Drug Using,
Grand Central Hotel.
RIGHT OPPOSITE DEPOT.
Benson, - - - Arizona.
SAM FRIEDMAN, IPjto.
Passengers waiting for trains will find the beet kept rooms and best served meal,
L. . ICEllPM El
MECHANICAL AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
REPORTS on titles to Sonora
lands and makes surveys for
patent to government lands.
ENGINEER to estate of Gen.
Francisco Olivarea, owner of
Demacias in Hermosillo, Ures
and Altar Districts. . . . .
m mmwm a dining room
V 11 - z Best Table Service in Nogales.
21 MEAL COUPON BOOK, $7.00
Lessee. jTjj--.- Morales, Ariz.
Furniture and Household Goods a Specialty.
f". O. Box 3(3. Hv.fr-tiio!11fj, MotiorM, Mux.
Dry Goods, Boots and Si !.-,
Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour,
Etc. Liquor?. Family Trade
Ayr&nt for Jilhhurd Sewittiz
Nogales . . Arizona.
A. B. GONZALEZ,
Spanish and English Spoken.
Is the Most Centrally Located, the Most Comfortable and best Ventilated
in this Port. Spacious and well Furnished Roorvs. Cold and Warm Baths.
OF FIRST CLASS AND THE SERVICE LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED.
Guaymas, Sonora. Mexico
LOUIS LULLEY, PROP.
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