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ri n ri i .;u Li CP ii ii iLi-1 u Saturday, January J 3, j t MINING NOTES. ! Globe llegiter: Globe at this tiin'" present. no inviting field for those who are pessimistically in clined. There is nothing here for their minds to feed upon. If they look to the real estate market they find nothing but prosperity. If they look to that of commerce no thing greets them but the greatest of business rushes. And, if they look to the mining field still greater is their disappointment, for there they find nothing upon which small ideas may feast. This last proposition is well proven by the great mining deals that have taken place here within the last f e w d ay 3 . Pro m i ne n t a m 0 n g t h ese is the deal made by parties believ ed to be representatives of the Calumet and Hecla company, own ers at present of great mines near Bisbee and a great smelter at Douglas, in the purchase of tbe Bird group of mines which lies ad joining the Old Dominion mines northeast of town, and which is owned by Mr. and Mrs. W. House, and Messrs Shoap and Stevens, and the mines composing it have been sufficiently developed to establish beyond any question that there are within the boundaries of the group great deposits of ore bearing cop per and gold and silver. saflord uuaruian: it was an- nounced recently in the Guardian j that F. G. Downey and T. T. Swift j has gone to Stein's Pass. Since j that time Mr. Swift has returned) but would give out nothing for j ublicaiion. Upon investigation! at Bowie, however, it was learned that the two gentlemen had gone lu survey some coal ground that .Ir. Pownev had located sometime before. The location is between! Stein's Pass and the Chiricahuaj , mountains. One vein is known toj be at least fifteen feet in width j where the croppings appear on the surface, and the coal is pronoun ced to be genuine and of a high class. As soon as the survey had been completed, it is said that Mr. Downey sold a half interest to tome eastern capitalist, and then went to California. As soon as he returns it is believed that work will be started on the claims, with a strong company behind it. Florence Blade: Manager J. II. McCabe, of the Florence Smelting, Milling and Mining Company, re turned Saturday from San Fran cisco, where he has been consult ing with the capitalists who are backing his smelting project. He informs the Blade that he has been successful in financing the compa ny and now has ample capital to successfully carry his plans to completion. The company is in the market for the ores of this sec tion and is offering to pay cash for same. Mr. McCabe says he is now prepared to take measurements of ore bodies in stopes and make esti mates on same. The sampler is ready for operation and he has a competent metallurgist and che mist in charge to make tests of ail character of ores. Florence Blade: The Guild brothers, Nott and Bay, who have a bond on the Max field Copper group, situated in the Owl Head tii.-tnot, are installing' a whim which they will use in cleaning out the old works and in uncovering th old ore bodice vhich hnve' MAGDALliXA, SOA'O KA, MliXICO. The Most Wide Awake And up to Date General Mercantile Establishment in Sonora. General Supplies of fcveru Description at Lowest Prices. Prospectors Outfitted. Mininij Taxes Paid lor Non Residents, General Agents for the MILBURN WAGON. Daily Stage for Cerro Pricto. Stage for La Brisca Exchange BOlight and Sold. viaCerro Pricto leaves Mondays and Thursdays. heretofore yielded a vast amount of high grade shipping ore. Frank Maxrield. the owner of the proper ty, has made his living for twenty years past by taking out and ship ping rich ore from his property. It had a good record for product iveness before it passed into his possession. This is a property that should command the prompt attention of capitalists. Prescott Courier: Wm. Theis ing is in from his . Turkey creek mines and mill with another bar of gold which weighs 55 ounces and is the result of two weeks' run of his two steam stamps. The mill is kept running steadily. When Mr. Theising installs a larger plant, which he will do, the output of the property will make a considerable showing. MRS. E. L. CROWELL Graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, boston. Teacher of voice - mmw - fmo ALFRtDO MONTEVERDE. HERBERT J. WOOD. Herbert Jackson Wood & Co. MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS. HERMOSILLO, - SONORA, - MEXICO. MINES, LANDS AND INVESTMENTS IN MEXICO. STATE AND FEDERAL CONCESSIONS SECUK ED. POWER PLANTS, SMELTING PLANTS, ETC., ESTIMATED AND CONTRACTED. . Offices: Don Luis Street No. 61. P.O. BOX 102. - - TELEPHONE 201. Reference: BANCO DE SONORA. otice to American Citizens Residing in Sonora, Mcx. I have been instructed by" the Department of State to obtain the names and addresses of all Ameri can citizens residing in the dis tricts of Altar, Magdalena, Arizpe, Moctezuma and that part of Ures north of and including the town of Ures. Americans residing within the above described limits are earnestly requested to send their names and addresses as follows: Those living east of a north and south line running through the town of Cananea, to Dr. W. J. Galbraith, American Consular Agent at that place, and those liv ing west of said line to the Consul ate at Nogales, Sonora. Alheut R. Mokawetz, American Consul. Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, Jan. 0. ltfOG. ' 4t. - M6S .& C.Otj SlICS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING KND GROCERIES. PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOTHING FACTORY 'Hi A INDUSTRIA," Local Aent for the BANK Of3 LONDON and MEXICO HERMOSILLO, - - - - SON., MEX. 'G- The new game of Five Hundred is having a great run all over the country. Score cards for sale by the Sonora News company. tf ichardson Brothers Company Mining Brokers, 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. TOURISTS, COMMERCIAL TRAVELERsTmINING MEN Will find a cosv corner in which to pass th?.ir idle moments away at "The Gambrinus" MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY Only American Saloon ' and' Restaurant in Guaymas. E. J. ASHLEY, Manager I j FIVE THOUSAND t LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IN SONORA WANTED: t t j t Fancy Fruits of All Kinds, Fancy Candies, Nuts, Etc. 4 4 Wholesale and Retail. I I Special Attention Given Mail Orders. 0 0 it P. O. Box 102 j We want yon to Know ! if you are contemplating tlie purchase ofmln in property-thut we are in a position to supply you either in Arizona or Mexico or if you have mines to ell that we can. place you in touch with a purchaser. We guarantee fair treatment to both partieis, Arizona-Mexico Investment Company, j NOGALES. ARIZONA. i - ,,. : .'7TT1TTmmmmmT'mTTT $ I Joseph de Lusipan. Mechanical Engineer and Practical Millwright. With a record of twenty-eight quartz mills and concentrators erected in the state of Sonora in the past twenty-one Vf'flfS. Atllll"i'.J' Wuraltxi AVllnna nnvi TO KNOW THAT WE ARE THE ONLY STOKE IN NOGALES MAKING A SPECIALTY OP W. 5. DA VIS, ISogales, Ariz.