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J n m r ir ' i o if r ..... 0w y fl 1$ SONORA SIFTINGS. Mr. l'Mi'i.t Cilvillo, form rl y )( l"'i -nil, rv ih!v i"in:h i-' il liuotrf M A ( i I) A I J; N A , hUNOR A . f:lCO HltANCHtfS AT IXANOS 1)1; OR) A N I TIMNCIIIjItAS- a in I is now rtmnu).: tl a! I. a Color.nla. ''i ii! I n'l is now oiur on alona tin Yaqtii anil Mayo river?, and it is reported that tlif yield will be unusually lar'f. Tuesday a special train was run on the Sonora railway from Mat: tlalena to (iuaynias, conveying some '500 Yaiuis that had been gathered for deportation to Yu catan. At La. Colorada the Gold Bullion Mining Company is sinking a shaft on the Navarro a short distance from the cyanide dump of the Creston Colorado mill. It is now clown 125 feet, and the indications are reported good. Tuesday evening Mr. ami Mrs. springer departed from Hennosillo for Boston. Mr. S., who has been ver' ill, is now convalescent, and the change will ben lit him, no doubt. They have conducted the Hotel Arcadia the past year. The Don Ignacio Mining Com pany is sinking a shaft at La Co lorada, on ground on the north side of the railway, and has cut good ore. There have been run two levels, one at 100 feet, the other at 200, and the shaft is going down to the third level at .'X)0 feet being now half way. Mr. Charles Butters of the great mining and reduction corporation "Charles Butters Company, Lirnit !'' operating in all parts of the world, which has so suceesfully con ducted the Grand Centra! mine during the past two and one-half years, is now visiting that great property at La Colorada. Yaqui depredation in the Minas Prietas and Torres region have lapsed apparently, and confidence eems returning, with the result that there are freight teams re turning to the roads, and wood cutters going to work again in the timber, and teams are again haul ing wood to the terminus of the Torres S: Prietas railway at lie preso, whence it is transported to Minas Prietas. Mr. P. B. Chisem of Guavmas has ordered a large well driller to ijxplore for water upon his farms in the Yaqui valley. There is great abundance of water for irri gation, but it is thought that for potable purposes astesian water will be superior to that from the river. Professor Hoyt, an artesian expert from Washington, has exam ined the valley scientifically, and reports that a good How will be encountered at a depth of GOO feet. The ne v machine will bore to a depth of 1200 feet. Mr. II. X. Bidwell of Batavia, New York, president of the C. N. Bidwell Thresher Co., hap been in Sonora some two or three weeks, overlooking the introduction of threshing machinery from his fact ory in the Yaqui and Mayo river regions, for use in harvesting the (In rim n:n (n;a) and Fi!jJ (bean) :ropsin thoe valleys. There have been .-hipped already several ma chines from that f.ictorv and la-t l ev. ry d -nj.n,,,, at ione. pri We make a speej.ijf y of outfitting pi -.per?,,:.-, MiniuL' TaNc- p i id fm , hi-i . V, t -. ie'oi.ii Al.'( UN i .r the Mil.!;! K.N U'AGON am! cOoK a BKIiNll KJ M LB IlSTli.u;iU. K X CHANG V. P.Ol'GHT ANI SOLD. ItAlt.Y STAdK ii'ivc Af)H.erii ir (Vrru V-f.i Sfitu' en,--. ,N,i;fu Attn iur Trirnherit mm' I. Dime . Oro ;tcr l 'Wm Al omfii -h. .xhx-hi ,riv. weeK Uiere jriuie-i . r. liiuweil," coming fro.ii home directly, Mr. j Gus Warren, wlio is to see that ' each rnaciiine i running satisfact orily to the purchaser. Sales have been made through the house of F. B. Maldonado "it Co.. of .San Francisco, Mr. M. being on the ground with Mr. Bidwell, to assist in operations. The great mining companies at Minas Prietas (La Colorada) are brindng coal from Australia. A shipload of 2S00 long tons for the Creston-Colorado Co.. has just been completed in delivery by the So nora and Torres S: Prietas rail ways; and this week another ship load with 2500 long tons for the Charles Butters Co.. reached Guay ma. Within a month that will be delivered also, and by that time another shipload for the Creston Colorado Co. will be due. The coal tratlic has become quite an item with the Torres t Prietas railway. Early this week Ed. Massie, ac companied by a party of prospect ors.chartered a schooner atG uay rnas and set sail along the gulf coast on a prospecting and exploration expedition, which is calculated to extend well up toward the mouth of the Colorado river. The expedi tion is out in the interest of Col onel W. C. Greene of Cananea fame, and it is intended to look over the entire region adjacent to the gulf coast with an eve to min eral possibilities. Mr. Massie's knowledge and experience are well calculated to conduct such an ex ploration with the best possible re sults. The party will be out a number of weeks. Information from Valencia,Spain, conveys intelligence of the death recently of Don Gualterio Morris, a gentleman well known in Sonora twenty years and more ago. He was interested in development of great mines at La Dura with the Graffs, Hartman, Ench and Schar- barum; and when they, became valuable he sold his interest and returned to his native land, where he engaged in truck farming and canning vegetables. London was the market for both his fresh vege tables and canned goods, and he had a very extensive establish ment, conducting a v-olossal busi ness. Deceased leaves a widow and eight children. The lady is a native of Sonora. AtFRtDO MOMt VERDE. tit RBf RT J. VVOOIV Herbert Jackson Wood & Go. MINING BROKERS AND FISCAL AGENTS. HERMOSILLO, - SONORA, - MEXICO. MINES, LANDS AND I NVKSTMKXTS !. MEXICO. STATE AX1 FEDERAL CONCESSIONS SKCCJEO. l'OWEl! PLANTS. SMELTIXo PLANTS, ETC., ESTIMATED AND COXTRACTKIi. , - - , , . Offices: Don Luis Street No. 61. P.O.BOX 102. - TELEPHONE 281. Reference: BANCO DE SONORA. ames fv 1 fl Sues. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING HND GROCERIES. PROPRIETORS OF THK CLOTHING FACTORY 1JLa injo v. Local Agent For the BANK OF LONDON and MEXICO HERMOS1LLO, - - . SON., MEX. 4 iGtiARDSON Brothers Gompany M i n i iig 13 ro leers We iiaiKlle the stock of the Hufa Mining, Milling c Snu-ltin Co. We make a specialty of Mexican milling' investnicnts and ininc.H in Sr.nom Mexii-o, in particular, and solicit eorresondeiH'e reariJin sitinc. 709-10 Lankershim Bldq., Los Angeles, Cal, TOURISTS, COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS, MINING MEN Will find a cosy corner in which to pass th ir idle moments away at "The Gambrinus" MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY Only American Saloon and Restaurant in (lUaymas. E. J. ASHLEY, Manager G. M. BERNSTEIN, Broker and Commission Merchant. Candnea, Yaqul River & Pacific R R. Co. Time '.nT' No. 4. Effective 12:01 tt. in. Iiccontbir 17, lMu ('HDCeHriK ;1 pn-vious Tiinf 'nni. CLASS CANANIA. SONORA. MEXICO. P.O. BOX 193. TELEPHONE 93.3. Cienernl baiskiiiur ifi-iiics transacted a s)M-cialty i r,'; -tion--. K-al Kstat-, Min- and 1 h-i; ra:j e. AH kiijd- ( l"ja) rk at!'!idfd f t l'-fort- thi- in) and l:'fdT;il '"'!t-. S'COIliI No. a Freigl.t Daily A. M. LV ir.M T:(K) :1. 7:1 7:M5 7;,"0 S:2j 8:40 !C0 AH First No. 1 l'M8K';'r Daily M, LV 70:4") nam 11:12 11:1.1 11 :;u 11 :W r. m. U:& 12:3U K STATION i Xaco Miim Oro 'irniiitf an J out; I 'ne ! m r I Vill Vt-r-ie MtSH l Kio Cn!irn ti 'LASS Ki r t .sL-i)ii'l No. No. i Phss'kT Fri'itlit IHiiy Daily . M. All 3::i" A:V2 3: OH 2: '."J 2:17 l.V r. m. a ij sit 12:5 1'2:S0 I2::u) YZ:Tt A. At. 11 :;.;: 11:25 11:0-1 t.v Trains onlv Y.vr.n R.iMi h, Trc-i'lt-nt h iii 1 Ui'jK.ral M t r. ' ii. uj nni 4 :':ty pKi-i..'rs vitii i.-rniti An. !1 i. Tkmi-LK. Sunt .We want you to know if you ar?eoiitenpIathiK the purchase of mln inn property Ho; I vp an- in a position to .suppiy you cither in ArizmiH or Mexico or if you liavr niiins to ei) tlmt we ch.i place you in touch with n purchar. We guarantee fHir treatment to both parties. Arizona Mexico Investment Company, NOG ALLS. ARIZONA. Joseph de Lusignan. Mcflianifal Engineer ami Practice I Millwright. i 1 1 1 a record of t wonty-ek'M jnart mills ;oid concentrators crcctt'd in the state of Sonora in the luist twentv-one yoars. Address: N'ol'uIcs, Arizona, cart u! 1 ut (Jams.