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' t All .-v V I I i I I i I t i i i i 1 S,?;mi,iY. ( ),,? y 1 AN EXTENSIVE i i A -r -- (!i j. i!( ji frcru V';il.it!.; j 1. C. n.-f. 1 1, v:- ";. i i'roclrnt h,i ft'cri V''l I he r'i'- j nation vi 1'iuL'fiM' A. Tucker. ;i i From the City of Mexico there' conies a credible report t'n.ttj through the agency of Captain L. j W. Mix, there has been secured j from the federal government, by! Mr. George M. Kayall of Xew York ! City, a mining exploration eon- cession tor three years, covering all that region between the Tecoripa and Yaqui rivers, south of a line drawn from the town of Tecoripa eastward to the Yaqui, and down the course of both streams to their junction near Cumnripa. The area covered is triangular in gen eral configuration, the base from Tecoripa eastward to the Yaqui being about forty-five miles, and the two side lines down the rivers to Cumaripa are about seventy-five miles each. Under the term of the concession it is reported that Mr. Kayall has exclusive right to prospect for and denounce mines for the period stated. Properties already denounced at the date of the concession, August 11th, 1905, are not affected, but since that; date no mining ground within the . 1 .. ! 11 1 . I area uesenoeu lias oeen open to denouncement. The region included in the con cession is one of the richest in minerals on the continent, includ ing some of the most noted Antigua camps. The north line passes very close to San Javier, La Barronea and other celebrated camps, and included in the con- cession are the tar-famed Keahto! and Cumaripa regions, that have) produced great wealth. Many of' the lamous Antujuas are now government land, and under the concession Mr. Kayall will have ex clusive right to explore and de nounce them. There are also many great mineralized ledges and deposits that never have been prospected, to winch the conces- j eionaire may devote attention,! with a-chance of finding them I great mines. Mr. Kayall is a gentleman of ex tensive means, and has associated with him men with heavy capital, who will utilize the concession to the utmost. POfirrQin'y JU mm .rem.- nun of (n. wUlioiLOOi iii jzona, who was appointed Iro-.n the State of Nebraska some months The resignation of the judge was demanded by the President. Charges of highly improper con duct were filed against him in the Department of Justice and an in vestigation was made bv a confi dential ollicer. The agent of the Attorney General reported that the charges were sustained. The President demanded the resignation of the judge by wire, and it was received by wire. It will be formally accepted as soon as a successor is determined on. It is said at the department of Justice that the President has in mind for the UDDOint.tiiPnt in Tucker's place, George Stoneman, a lawyer residing at Globe, Ari zona, or Frederick S. Nave, the present United States attorney for Arizona. Stoneman is a son of General George Stoneman, the famous Union cavalry leader dur ing the Civil War," and subse quently governor of California. 'I nn-v, dfr I 1 Don't t" I x t! t!.i i m t.u'li rU ! m ' '" ' "'' f U nl! rn'iii I lir.t- : Put Your ll.it On ? m , t 0 iift -1 r , l .f.,iii tt.U t y ttiil tiiU'R ft 1 n ,tl ,. , ttiratiti the j. !( . ft i ii' ii ynii ; i K" ,. v f' 1 m i r i i t ( iiii'H uf hnt it in t )i h t aivi'S I J i-oiili.h'in-if in t!ic .-ture. It's nil ho Mill Jl.f US H I Shoehorn Wo aro particulHr in t vi-rvthiricr. We tho licst druk'H we cn timl Mini 'A r 1 i FftMCy DRUGS ftT THE IMERMflTlOHflL DRUG STORE. ilinpenst; them pron?rly AIlc V FUM.HlUluiii I All trains on the Sonora Kail way stop for dinner at the Dennf. Hotel at Car bo. Table supplied constantly with the best in the market. Joaquin Bareelo, proprie J. I). CASTRO, President. ADOLI'O BLEY, Vice-President. MAX MULLER, MHimger. BANCO BE -IWI2A, Main Office : I J ERMOSILLO. BRANCHES: NOGALES, GUAYMA3, CHIHUAHUA. I AID Ul CA'TAy, SI t(( )(),()()() SURPLUS (i4 !,()( )(). BRANCH IN A General Banking Business Transacted. FOREIGN' KXCIIANUB C.OI.D A BILVEK BULUOX. i fr BOUGHT AND SOLI). Collections Carefully Made and Promptly Accounted for DEPOSITS RECtlVtD IN AMERICAN AND MEXICAN MONEY. COFFEE Moneyback answers all questions, nobody wants the money; good coffee. Your grocer rl an yout money if you tion't like Schilling's Bctt. 6. M. BERNSTEIN, Broker and Commission Merchant. CAMASiEA, SOMORA, MEXICO. P. 0. BOX 133. TELEPHONE 93.3. General hanking !i!-;iu- transacted a specialty of collections. Real Instate, Mines and Insurance. All kinds of leral work attended to befon; the local and Federal Courts. t 9- SCOVILLE & BECK, Propr's. All Kinds of Fresh Meats Delivered to any part of the City. Phone 37 1 pon Works Mazatian, Sinaloa, Mexico, P. 0. Box 34 Agency and Stores in Guaymasv Sonora, P. 0. Box 74. MACHINES MATERIALS, IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS FOR MINES. ORE WORKING MILLS. Pumps for irrigating Metallic Buildings, Etc. Estimates will be made on all of these plants to be delivered working in any part of the Republic CATALOGUES. IKFORWATION ANO PRICES Will BE SENT ON APPLICATION. riwiiMiii SMmxmmiEmsssts & 1 Nooales Electric Uofit, ice k Water Go. 1 tj Pure Artificial Ice MADE FKOM DISTILLED AN'I) FILTKHEJ) WATER. NOGALES, ARIZONA. Douglas, Arizona. Hermosillo. Snn Mpy. I w . . j . w - Guaymas, Son., Mex. Mazatlan. Sinaloa Mex 2 n- -n j m . ------ , audn, omaioa, mex. Distilled Water Delivered in Patent Tilting Z Crated Demijohns. ft xneanaescent Lighti r g Mining Machinery, Irrigation Machinery, LUMBER, Mine, fllill anil Smelter Supplies Heavy Stock at Nogales and Doutrlac Large Stock Lumber at Nogales and Hermosillo. u U 0 6 ccceccccco9ccceccccccccccecceeocccccccoo9 TtiG Arizona & Sonora Mlo. Go. MANUFACTURERS OF STAMH MILLS, CYAJXIDE 1LA1STS, HOIS TING PLANTS. Rcverberatorv Furnaces. Boilers and Engines, Etc. ive Design, Plan, Manufacture and Erect Cnmnlptn Rorurtmn Plnri f d ,n i;,.z ' ur uumu nation or rrocessp?