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iSOGAL, SANTA Z COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, Al'KlLl, 1899.
Mr. Noar, the mining man, was ia
Hogalea tbia wek. -
Harry Hay will shortly more to the
Dawey club house .
J 00 Hebeil, of Saric, Sonora, spent
-several days ia towo this weak.
11. G. Brady, the Tucson cattle
broker left for homo laat Tuesday eve
ning W. H. Randall has be9n confined to
Jali room this week with a bad attack
of the grip.
Mrs. Herbert Wood, of Tucson, is
Tisiaa j ia Hoglas, tho guost of her
mother Mrs. Keddock.
Warren S. Smith spent a couple of
days in Nogulea the forepart of the
woctc visiting with relatives.
Tja Odd Fellow's handsome new
hall i3 assuming grand proportions and
lviil be completed as rapidly as possi
ble. Ike Houser, the representative of
Bteiuheimur, the big Ciuuiunutti paper
bouse was in the city this week inter
viewing our merchants.
Mr. Newman, the photographer, is
making some splendid views of the two
Nogaies. Mr. Jiewinau is a nrsl-cluas
artist and his prices are most reasona
ble. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Fleischer en
tertained a number of friends at their
pleasant bume on Canon street last
Monday evening in houor of Miss
Pulitzer of New York City.
U. S. Collector of Customs H. K.
Chsuoweth came in from tne norm
Tuesday morning. Collector Cheut
weiti is kept bdjy theso days looking
after Liable jjm'n interest.
Mr. Tom Qriudell, who two years ago
Was priucipiU of tlie public schools ut
this place, came down from Tucson
M-jniay on a business visit. Mr. Gnn
dell is always welcome in Nogales.
F. M. Crocker, U. S. vice-consul at
Guaymas who has been v inning in the
border city this week has returned to
the bay city. Mr. Crocker has many
friends in Nogaies who are always glad
to welcome him.
P. J. Zaimet, the popular station
agent at Nogaies hus been granted a
t jro-m'jnth's leave of abenco and will
.... .. 1 fin jt- . f Mnv rn n
pleasure trip to New York city and
other points of interest in the east.
Tnis is Mr. Zeimet's first vacation in
four years and ho is greatly deserving
of a rett. Mrs. Zeimet will accom
pany P. 0. on his outing.
The rec'.aiuiatioa of the farm lands
of the Santa Cruz valley, will soon re
ceive au impetus. There will be a
brisk competition, for many of the
choice SKCtiousus water is provided
for its cultivation, the. opportunities
for water storage are' abundant, j
which can' be accomplished at a very
reasonable cost, as compared to many
Other enterprises of like character.
These facts will soon be brought te
the attention of capital, anil there is
little doubt as to the outeoma Santa
Cruz valley ouht to be and will be
the garden, spot o.f Arizjna. Ex.
HAL-LOWELL'S GOOD WORK
A Former Arizona Shooter Making a
Record in the East. .
' The sportsmen and members of shoot
ing clubs in Arizona will be interested
to know that Jack Haliowell has be
come a prominent figure among east
ern marksmen. Mr. IIollowoll was for
many years manager of the San Xavier
hotel at Tucson. He was a member of
the Blue Rock club and of the Terri
torial association. He was tho winner
of the Southern California trophy three
years' ago and a frequent visitor of
Phoenix whei any shooting was going
on.' Speaking of his performance at
tho Association tournament held ou
the roof of Madison Square- garden
from March 2 to March'15. the Sporting
Life of Philadelphia says Haliowell is a
good running mate for Rolla Heikes of
Dayton, O., who made- record of 114
blue rocks Btraight iu tho champion
hoot. Mr. HoIlowell.-Sv.on the con
tinuous shoot on two davs, breaking 93
bine rocks, in one run, and- 96 in
another. In - a continuous match
though be tnaae a recoru ot ju, 10
..happened to be: in the championship
.hoot. ' The balls were thrown from a
tnegan trap by which the difficulty and
perplexity of the shooter aro said to be
greatly increased. Republican.
El Paso Times.
There are at present about 175 In
dian pupils at the Indian school at
It is said the stock in Navajo county
is in poor condition and feed very
A Territorial Butchers' association
has been orgnnized with headquarters
A. B. Honsell while oc a prospecting
tour to the Dragoon mountains, killed
Archbishop Bourgardo has left Tuc
son to assume charge of his new diocese
of Santa Fe.
The building activity is not abating.
New residences are going rip in all
parts of the city. Star.
The Silver Dollar club, the lending
social organization of Bisbee is giving
a series of entertainments.
Henry Walworth has invested S5,000
in copper properiies in Gila county for
In Graham couuty the farmers are
well advanced in plauting their early
crojs and will be through iu a few
Judge C. W. Wright of Tucson has
been chosen chairman of the territorial
code commishion created by the legis
lature. A great many prospectors from Cali
fornia have come to Arizona nod
located a number of promising claims.
Treiisurer Drachman says thetnxable
property iu new Pima county will be
over $3,000,000 this year owing to the
improvements iu Tucson this spring.
The fruit growers of Salt River val
ley are making ariangercents to ' ex
periment with several kinds of tropical
fruits which have not yet been planted
In the valley.
Wolves have boen killing sheep in
the western part of Pima county, and
stockmen propose to go on a hunting
expediiion, and are now organizing a
party for this purpose.
At Black Rock, Graham county, ef
forts were made to lynch George Black
burn for killing Cecil Yoike, but the
sheriff spirited his man away, and he
is now heavily guarded in jail.
Judge Stilweil is seriously ill in Phoe
nix with an attack of pneumouia r.nd
but little hopes are entertained of his
recovery. The judge is well r.nd favor
ably knowu throughout the southwest.
In Yuma county the skulls of two
persons were found in the sacd near
the Colorado river. This makes six
skullH recently found there and are
supposed to be Indians who died years
Two Mexicans in Pima county be
came involved in a quarrel about a
girl and went over into Mexico to fight
a duel. This is nearly a. month ago
and since then nothing has been beard
A WOLF CALF
A Strange and Horrible Monstrosity
at O. H. Christy's Ranch.
Mr.O. H. Christy has lately deliber
ately destroyed wbat some meu would
have looked upon as a fortune, says tho
Phoenix Republican. A few days ago
one of bis cows dropped a calf whick
was a horrible monstrosity. It was
porfectly formed as to every part ex
cept the head, which was that of a wolf.
The ears were long and sharp and the
lower one much the longer. The lower
lip hung down about three inches and
the jaws were-filled with small serrated
teeth. On account of tho conformation
of the mouth this strange beast was un
able to suck. It had to be thrown down
nnd milk was poured down its throat
from a bottle. This kindly attention
was resisted. Tho canino resemblance
was carried beyond the shape of tho
head. The noise made by the calf was
at times precisely like the '. whimper of
a pup, and at others like the whining
of oner The sight of it was revolting
at times, and Mr. Christy reviewed it
each succeeding time with increased dis
gust. Then he began regarding it with
a sort of horror, which grew more pro
nounced as the animal seemed to thrive
and give promise of living. His ' aver
sion to it thrived in equal ratio and at
ength killed it. '..Its app earr.rco dead
was even more revolting than when it
was living. - Mr." Christy didn't want
even its dead body, to hare lodgment on
his farm or nnder it. He built a big
bonfire over its carcass and kept it burn
ing until nothing was left . of this freak
of nature, one of .tho strangost- on re
cord, for there is bo record of anything
like It. . . . . .'.'.: '
This oalf would have made tho for
tune of a dime museum proprietor.
I Makes the food more delicious end who!esomo I
H aevAl SJIKINS POWW'CO.. IrtW VPM. S
A SHOOTING AT FORT SUMNER.
Ex-Deputy U. S. Marshal John B.
Legg killed by James Bianton.
John B. Legg, a wellknown character
along the liio Pecos, former dopui-y
United States marshal and for soaio
years in the saloon business ai Fort
Sumner, was shot nnd kiiied at the
litter place ou Wednesday uight last.
According to tho account of the Albu
querque Citizen, young James Blauton,
iged l'J years, son of Capt. David iiiuu-
ton, fired the fatal snot. It is claimed
that he acted in self-dofeur.e. It ap
pears that there had for some time
been a feud between She two parties
and that iu tho course of a private con
versation early in tueevoniug tho young
mau '"roasted .Legg in rattier severe
terms. Later they met nnd Legg fired
two shots, whereupon Blauton returned
the tire nnd Lut-'jr fell mortally wounded.
tie lived ou!y a few hours.
B'anton was taken into eustoday and
ero this has d-jubiles3 had his prelimin
John B. Legg is known all over New
Mexico and Texas. As an olJijur he
was -aJeariess and trust-worthy man.
Ho had a warrant ;for the jim st of
'Portales I5iil," for cattle stealing.
some five y3:ir ago. and Bill sent w:rd
that he would uover be tnken alive.
Legg trailed him to Endee, and when
he refused to throw up bis hands and
surrender he shot him through tho
heart Legg also led the pose that
drove Black Jack's gang, out of San
Miguel county, and after thy had kill
ed merchant Herstein and deputy slieriff
Trujillo, near Liberty, he followed them
all the way to the Mexican border.
Santa Crur County Boundaries.
Section 2, of the Act of the Ari
zona legislature creating Santa Cruz
county, uuaues the buna,irie3 as
Sac 2. The boundaries of said
S inta Cruz couuty shall bo as follows,
viz: Commencing on the interna
tional boundary line between the
United Slates and the Republic ot
Mexico, at a point where the eastern
boundary Hue of said Pima couuty
touches said international boundary
line, thence due north a'on said east
em boundary line of Piui-i county to
a point six miles north of the point at
which the Fourth Standard Puralh I
South intersects said eastern boundary
line, thence due west forty-two utiles
to the intersection of township line.
said point being near the Dusta wants L
ranch ou Sopori creek, thence due
south fourteen miles, thenco duo west
twelve miles to a poiut, thence due
south to said international boundary
line, and thence easterly along said
international boundary line to the
place of beginning.
Desirable building lot, small house
on the premises. Terms one fifth
down and balance to suit purchaser.
For particulars enquire at Vidette
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co,, Props, Toledo.O.
We the undersigned, have known F.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and
beliove him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
W est & Troax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Mar
vin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh is taken internally,
acting directly Bpon tho blood and mu
cous surfaoes of the system. Price 75c.
per bottle. Sold by all. Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
The Jitnmie Fruit Company has the
freshest and cheapest candies in No
gales. Go and sample thanv
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
OfHc-: Corner Crawford .Street and
- Railroad Avc;;u.
In Its Incipient atnire may be cured. Tills
fact has Lcu:i esiablishru. It has been
proved beyoud a 1uult by thnUMumie of
persons who have ur.ed the great blood,
r.ervj -and- tissue bui'-dt-r. HUDYAN.
KUDYAN bn drawn lh(K;ands awajr
from the cluu-hos of the firend disease.
Thrro is no diiylnj; the frirl. Many peo
ple ha vp teen rrtuicd tu perfect health
by HliDYAN arter Ihrtr ohsch were pro
r.ourced bopoltss by the best physicians.
You rnn be cured if you r.-iil. lo not de-J.-y.
l:rmra;kr tlint ileiuys are dnnger
ouo. 'ihty are especially w 111 ca i-s of
tii.-ii. l..i-k ut tritsa
t h t nt carefui'.y.
ie they yours?
'J hen you nmstb
ciimiul. You aro
within the grasp
o f cnnsumtilion.
HITRYAN will th-lf-iise
OH' TIIKC'H iCKKS
IN 'illK AfTKH
NOON AND liVS
NINO the heotio
liush t i. e first
sT:iptrm of cin-m:mplM--n.
YAN nil ca:ne It
IIIIUYAN will es-tab'l-r
a p": feci
Ilond ir.tc. the
circulation of the
cheeks to ari:izi a
S. TICKL'.NfS IN TUB THHOAT AND
COt'C 1 1. At lirst the ci.-.-.srh is a sMsht
hark that it ihe iirst iii.'ii ation. I i tJ X
YAM will stiip Ihe t ft kliiiK and the cough.
IiL'DYAN will relieve it in a few days.
3. A SLIGHT PAIN IN ONE OIT BOTH
H.'N;s. usually near the tops. This Is
an indication that the insuiiit!vc semi
has invaded the lung tiue. lit'DYAN
wiil eradicate Ihe fcerm. IiL'DYAN wlil
restore the lnnjr tii-sue to u heaitiiy con
dition and prevent, further destruction.
4. WEAKNUSS AROUND THF.HKART
The heart Is becoming w.-aU. liUDYAN
will strengthen it and cause the weakness
You have the symptoms. Be w:se. Take
HliDYAN before it is loo late. Do not al
low your case to no on to tho incurable
stage, if vou do there w'll be no help for
vou. HliDYAN should be used Hi once,
it will make the lunp tissue stronff and
the germs ot the disease will be rapidly
drawn from the system. Then you will
regain your health and strength. H ITDY AN
can be obtained of uiV druggists for 50a
per package or 6 packages for $2 50. If
your drUBBist does not keep HliDYAN.
send direct to the JIITDYAN REMEDY
COMPANY. Sun Francisco or Los An
geles. Cal. A staff of physicians and sur
geons may be consulted free if yo'i wiil
call. You may call or'wtite as you de
sire. Consultation is free. Advice U free.
KUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY,
Ho. S16 South Broadway,
Los Angeles, CaL
Cor. Stockton. Market and Ellis Sta
San Francisco. Cal. -
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All kinds' of vehieles promptly re
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shoeing a 'specialty. Shop on Rail
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Nogaies, - -
Siluer City, Grant County, New Mexico.
This plant has been purchased and -.Till he operated in
the future by the estate of the late Senator George Hearst of
California, under, the general management of D. 15.
'It is the intention of the present mawagement to largely
increase the capacity of the phtnt and equip it with every
modern appliance fur the successful and cheap treatment of
ores and concentrates.
Consignments and correspondence solicited. Advances
will be mare on ores. A. L. Pellegrin k Co., Loed Agents.
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the Cue stock of goods at The Jimmie Frcit Compaxt. They
are fresh from the market and always in excellent condition.
The Jimmie Fjiuit Compaxt makes a specialty of Holiday
Goods. Don't forget the Telephone No. 12. ;
. j?ar-All. Kinds of Friift In Soason . Rio Yaqul Rirer Oystersana. Fisll
received every day and sold at reasouable prices. ' . -
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Lumber, Doors and Windozvs; Lirrie
and Cement; Yalvoline Oils; Giant
Pou-der, Fuse and Caps; Coal and-'
Cote; Octagon Steely i?-on Hoofing,
Bar Iron and T. Hails.
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Sy High Class' Artists.
House in Nogaies. j
ard Sizars, j
on the Square.
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