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pfif,.:-' '!'!-' I i , :f i.uvii if Saliirda, Anoint l, Hj, ! i r ii'ui,' r ..'.-t i,' -i 1 l.f-r m r i.f Msif-r-' " ; tliM ' 'lny li.ivr 'i rs hi t'..i HIDES AND HORNS. ,1 cattl" tim far, n ml tb'ir opera tion will continue throughout the .uiiiiuer. S t o c k man: Todd Reese has I I're?tutt Courier: T). II. Hire! and Wight the hand of horses and the Lartledge, of the Denver 70 iron from Tim Fell. Range in! IIore Market of Los Angeles, who the Chino vallev and Hell's caHonJ ,,ou?nt the hrand horses frem P. " C. Wilder and Mrs. Connell, will btoekman: I he Pitts Cattle Co., I round up and ship horses. There with ranges near Ash Fork recent-! are 800 of the horses and they will ly received a shipment of 2,000 j he shipped to both eastern and head of cattle purchased from j western markets. Piatt & Becker, of Springerville. j r, , T. ... . ' ... iiav win jiuve all investigation of deep interest to Stockman: The assessed valua tion of cattle on the ranges of Gila county for the year 1005-6 is $41,S10. A fair assessment when compared with some of the other counties. Stockman: C. E. Boyce, of Wil liams, has received 700 head of yearling steers purchased from Gus Becker, Al Pratt, Hank Sharp ard uua Jones, ail prominent cattle n, i: 4i . inc nve a iocs men oi Arizona is soon to be undertaken at the ex perimental station of the agricul tural college at Mesilla Park, by Prof. J. J. Vernon in charge of the station. The bureau of plant in dustry is to aid in the experiments, which are aimed to determine, if possible, the food value of the sev eral varieties of cacti which flour ish in the Sandr nnd SArr.i.nr-wl Nogales, Arizona, U. 5. ft. Af.uiiiiit.s -SollfJlcil. Uiiat.cllcd labilities Ollorcd. The First National Bank oi talcs Capital Stock - $ 50,000. Shareholders' Liability 50,000. Total Liability - - 100,000. ' - .v. nxiu) ivuv. CCU.J1-UIH men of Apache county. They i sections of the territory. The ex w-rfsi .1 i TT.H - 1- i , .... were loaded at Holbrook Prospector: James Lamb came in last evening from his ranch in the Dragoons. He reports that section of the country as being prosperous. The cattle are in ex- ceiient condition and there are j range food. Last vear the college plenty of good feed and water on ; rmuTe tests to determine the nutrl- the ranges. j tive proportions of the several var- ai i ti n t jJties of cacti and this vear the btoekman: Hon. Will C. Barnes, tica, feedi ex ime;lts win secretary of the ew Mexico Cattle ; be undertaken. That the value of manual uudiu, uiiu Ute m r)liritl1 , .. f , - t periments will be exhaustive, con sisting of feeding cattle, sheep and goats with the cacti of various kinds, to find, if possible, which is of highest nutritive value, and in what proportion the cactus has I value as compared with other ichardson Brothers Company Alining 13rolzers0 We handle the stock of the Bufa Mining, Milling & Smelting Co. We make a specialty of Mexican mining investments and mines in Sonora Mexico, in particular, and solicit correspondence regarding same. . . . 709-10 Lankershim Bldq., Los Angeles, Cal. is near Dorsev. that Territory, ha purchased the yearling filly Chro matic by McGregor, dam Chromo by War Paint from the Preston stock farm in Minnesota. tionallv drv seasons has been re cognized by practical range men is well known. COFFEE Good water is good; poof coffee is poor. Stockman: It is encouraging to j the cattlemen of the southwest, who raise cattle for feeders mostly, to observe that the demand fori good feeders is commencing to ini-j T , , prove. Buyers of this class of! " " ' r'inlG. M. BERNSTEIN buying is beginning to be more liberal. Broker and Commission Merchant. Stockman: Chas. Clark and Alex McDermid of Flasrstaff have nur- chased the George Newman band i of sheep, numbering about 2,000! head, including lambs. This will! make a nice-beginning and in as forc faTc flint- tumH voiilr tit11 nvv ; it i r .i . I specialty ot collection- nmnrf trio chftii miiri rt r no 1 cfi. umu"t; ! Mines aud lnsuranct. tion. There is some ment to go into that business just now. Stockman: The Black Cattle Co. is the name ot a new com pan 1 .... 1. I , . L .. . TV - CP t ! just lucorporaieu ai riagsian ny George W. Black, Jr., Harrison Conrard and Eugene A. Sliker. The capital stock is placed at $50, 000. These men are all favorably known in that section, and the company starts out with every promise of a successful life before it. S t o c k m a n : Joe Pearce, an Apache county cattleman, who has been serving on the Arizona ranger force for some time, has tendered his resignation and returned to his home where his ' attention is re quired with his own affairs. A man with a bunch of cattle should give them his personal attention to receive the best results, and this is what Mr. Pearce intends doing. Stockman: The American Live Stock 6c Loan Co., of Denver, the chief representatives of which CANAVEA, SON0SA, MEXICO. P. 0. BOX 133. TELEPHONE 93.3. General banking business transacted a ..( r. .,.t o -d,..,i 1,.,,,. All L-iiida i( encourage-; legal work attended to before the local and Federal Courts. it i . 1 v. .' '( ', "?V ' i v. . t . , vc-e . . i 'V ,.7 " KtGISTERtO SOLD BY A. CARPENA 8 CO. ,0GALES. Dry Goods and Groceties. "EL BSZSR" Mining Supplies, . Powder, use,Ltc. RAMON ESQUER den taV an.i""M utnai La Colorada and Primavera. Sonora. Foreign Exchange Life Insurance Co." ' BRANCH AT MAGDAIENA. Bought and Sold. Monte 4 HENRY COHEN, Prop. 9,1 10 saloon and Restaurant Internationa! Street Opposite Depot. Nogales, Ariionai Xttt IlIIIIIIfillfSklllKf gytffItf68Vlfff iriICIkVlflll' u 1 f 1 m i i 1M I otel Almada Dining Room GUAYMAS, SONORA, MEXICO LAUNCHES AND BOATS PROVISIOMCD f OR SAILING PARTIES ON THE GULF 5 i 3 I Write for Rates and Particulars PI aba TIT artliner, V V orttien & (joss Co. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS. Mining and General Machinery. Air Pipe a Specialty. Electric Blasting Machines. Lubrication Oils and Paints , Snell and Pierce Bicycles. GUS URAL, MINE axo Aiiz,c sui'i'UEs. Tucson, Arizona. 'f f 's t r ' ERMOSILLO BEER. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. zooaan I ru It GRAND HOTEL, COHEN BROS PROPS. Uermosiilo 4 , son. AtiiJ-'-,. , i .... - . -w. s -"-i- - , St Only First Class W - American Hotel In the City s i Table supplied l V with the bpft .the Market Ij "i, iiffonls, I A f .' ai m n . v ! tit -jw. f ' - ; ift.M.W'iiifti mm 1