I 'nHij tii f r."'i'ii ;
I, l.i'.d I V,
M, linl II l, A I N,
I'loi l.ll Id;,
t ( lit -1 of
It III it tin- .il
i . vr II'1 f'l"
h,i hut l.t i n hi. nil1 i. -1 1 1 1 Mii'
( (I'll. Ill t fil l,, the f.H I ill l! the
public h t h"t hei M :m i ! of any
tr' being t ikeli to J I T ; t ' the
( i'llulil,l!('l ,-inrk.
Moinl.iv (ieiicr.il Ltii-
left llcriuo-iilo for Ca nam i.
Colonel Ktnilio Ko.-terlitzky of
la ( ieiidarmeria Fiscal spoilt Sat
urday in Nogales, t raveling from
Cananea to Magdalena.
At Cerro Colorado, in the Altar
district of Sonora, the Colorado
Mining Company is running con
tinuously three Huntington mills
upon their ores, of which they have
unlimited quantities, and are pro
ducing it satisfactorily.
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Martinez
returned to Cuiaymas Tuesday
night from a visit at the City of
Mexico. Monday night they stop
ped over in Nogales. Mr. Martinez
is one of the most prominent
citizens of Sonora ami is spoken of
as a probable future governor of
u 1 1 . ;iv in. i I';-, w . ii. runiv
Torres ; returned from a trip to the (iuit .(
r.n.L'li ''. ',.-. ,.' I'iyiiJi ihcii. Sonora.
ssr. ' BiwiT! ttff""ii ,fi,"fraiim KKttwvjnmri
The first section of the
mill at Llanos de Oro, embracing
fifty stamps, is now completed and
in operation. The second section
of fifty stamps additional is alreadv
in course of construction, and will
be finished, ready for operation,
within a very few months. Every
thing about the new mill is of
California, where he went with a
party to l ok over the mineral
land emhraied in a eonces.-ion
udven by the Mexican government
to him-elf. lb. W. F. C'nenoweth,
Mr. II. K. Cheiioweth, Mr. I'. San
doval and Mr. Ca-ai Marburg,
the latter gentleman of Ilermosiilo.
Dr. l'urdy was accompanied on the
trip by Messrs. Taylor and Denton
and two Pa pa go Indians. The
I three centlemen drove from Santa
Ana to Cienega from which place
they rode horseback to the coast,
making the trip out and back in
ten days. Embraced in the ter-!
ritory covered by the concession,
are rich placer grounds, about two ;
miles from the gulf, and ninety;
miles south of Cienega. Water fori
the working of the placers can be
drawn from the gulf to the grounds.
The concession embraces sixty
thousand acres, and besides the
placers there are indications of
deposits of gold bearing quartz. The
nlace is easilv accessible bv boat;
Dolores Valen.uela, the Papago!
Indian guide who accompanied!
the Grindell party of explorers to;
the coast fourteen months ago, :
when that party started on. the
fatal exploratory journey to Tibu-'
ron island, guided Dr. Purdy
and Messrs. Denton and Tavlor on
W.-il KiP-nUn, :im,I !I,
I Taih.k tiik i'.!r rui: M akkkt
A r. oi;ns
CON V KN l KN'TL Y I.Ol'ATKD
n C i'iirt;liii' in Miiiiiner .r Winter
FlM.-l' l.Mn ) ImI'oCTF.O
YlM AND hlnrn;s ,T TIIK l'.VK
CIGHWS OF THE BEST BRANDS
Mr. Louis Schneider" returned
Tuesdav night after spending a
wnlr-it tlifiSnPiiri'ii hiinp in Siiinr:i
At the mine Mr. F. (J. Willson isjtbeirtrip to the gulf coast. Con
.uiu;. tu Uo aiv siderable adveise criticism has been
A1 liiXIf Ull lkt. U ill II V'lil TVV.
foot level. Ten men are
., liiMT . i,,""-"-- .. (
i ' , iv''- " nw "SJSf 'i
- it ri 'ScJ".- -i"T- ' '""i!' " .1
, ''Ki b1 1 - t I
ii tut mwu
Dry (loods, Boots and Shoes
Groceries, Hay, (i rain, Flour,
Etc. Liquors. Family Trade
A yeif s I'orthc I!;tmtni
A () X C Cll n It A X l
If:nttsy Cntitiorf tunl
Jltit t .'( (IihhIs.
XOGAL,HS, AltlZ. T.
at work ' venteil on the (hindell party lor CI 31 II
and from 300 to ."00 pounds of
1,000 ounce ore is lieir.g taken from
the drift daily. It is a lead, silver
and gold ore.
A tracklaying machine has been
received and set up on the exten
sion of the Cananea, Yaqui River
A: PacL;c railway, that is building
from Guaymas toward Alamos,
and up the Vaqui river to Tonichi;
and will be in operation as soon
as active work is resumed, at ter
mination of the hot weather, in
October. With the new machine
the rails will lie laid and trains
running over them, with much
greater facilitv than before.
Mr.vJohn II. Campbell, a min
ing engineer who has operated in
the Altar district for a number of
years, left for Altar Tue-day, after
a visit in Nogales. Mr. Caiiipb.-ll
has charge of tlie Cerro Pinto and
Quitovac mines in that district
and has recentlv denounced o(H)
ncrir i t net" ui
their alleged lack ot uulment in
dismissing the guide after reaching'
the coast. The guide, in conversa
tion with Dr. Purdy, said he left
the party because they were going
into a nart of the country in which
no water could be obtained and;i
without bringing a supply of water JJ
with them. They had told himtjj
they could make fresh water fromj.
the water of the gulf, but he could ?
not believe such a thing possible
and retused to accompany mem
farther. They were unal.de to
convince the Indian that they
could always have a supply of
drinking water while near the
coast, and he left them.
J. T. Brickwood, Proprietor
FIRST GLrtSS IN kVERY RESPECT
Nicely Furnislied Rooms.- Prices Moderate
HARDSOCG WONDER DRILL
Charles L. Fowler
i.l'Wi.r 'rl-iillliil fill' i'-.m!.!,- t rl V.
Ill III II I IIL I" " "1 J'KIVVI IV....!-. i ... -
. . x . ; In i ! m i 11 jl I ' (11 0 V t!,
t lie uampo oe oiu .hmuiix com
pany, the land embraced lying
around the Quitovae mine, on the
gulf coast, ninety miles northwest
of Caborca. He reports that the
Batallera Mining Company has
also denounced 000 prrti neurhix
near Oquitoa, upon which there is
a quartz and slate formation in
which there are rich values in gold
fur Sheriff of Sunt 'r,jz
- ; i . f r 1 r :o n . siil;ci to
i:.'l"a'''!ic;oi (..u:ity I'mi-
LITTLE WOISDER HAXD DRILL
Arizona Journal: The reported
purchase of the American Mining
Company's property at Cananea,
Mexico, 'by Thomas F. Cole and
associates has not as yet been con
firmed. A news dispatch from
Boston states that the deal has not
been consummated, but that Cole
has offered $2,500,000 for the prop
i-ri.iiv iniiioum cl hint
County, ui flu.' Noi."iiibT cli.Tt ion, ii',i'i't to
in on! im! ioii by the joibi iun County Convention.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
It is hereby uniiouneea that
S, f. Soon
Will In; i eunahlitte for IiNtric t Attorney, nt
the November ela tion, subjeet to iioiiiiniiti.'n
by th'i Ueiiiiblh iui County Convention.
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Well made; easily handled; no complicated parts to get out of
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Fitted with the Wonder Hexagon all-steel Hollow Bits, the
best made. Every bit and every drill guaranteed.
Cheaply operated. Any Wonder Drill made uses not to ex
ceed 2o cubic feet air per minute at 80 lbs pressure. And
it does not require an expert to operate them. Ordinary
men or boys work the drills to their full capacity.
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Wonder Drill. No time lost by expensive changes.
It is hereby iinnounee'l that.
E. K. Cumminas
The principal owners of the , wm be a cail,li),ate (or Treasurer of sunt
imofinon nro A H 1'stprlirnoK of ! Cruz County, at the November election. Mib-
"UK,,U"" "' i tnn, notion tiv 0, It . r.M ).M , ,. I.lt.flf
the Esterbrook-Anderson Shoe
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