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Commercial I PRINTING. Promptly Business Interests of SI) Neatly AKIZulA Vol. XII. No. 2 Executed NOGALES, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1X99. Whole No. 409. SONORA LIFTINGS'. Collection of Happcnini: In the State Over the Lluc. An electric liitut and ice plant, i ' be established at Caborca, In the Al tar district. Mr. D- K. Morlneaii is t he projector 01 Hie enterprise.' This week Mr Fred S. .lames, president of the National Mexican Mining X Developing Co., has visited the properties of his company at El Plomo, In the Altardistriet. Wednes day ho returned Ui his home Id Chicago, Illinois. Tiik Oasis is Is receipt of the wed ding cards of Mr. (iertuan Bley, the Hermosillo merchant, and Mis Lil lian Hrien of San Francisco, Call for-j nia, who were united in matrimony , in that city on the 21st ult. Monday of the present week Mr. Hley relumed home with his bride. Mr. A. F. Paredes, who came In; from the Cananeas Monday, reports that life and activity out there con- linn at a great rate. Many new and rich strikes of copper are being made, and the camp is fast reaching a sub- stantiai ann enauring oasis me i Mitchell smelter is nearly completed j and will be soon blown in. It has a ' . . . i. rm . capacity of handling 200 tons of ore daily. El Paso Times: An Englishman in 'arable treatment by that sterling in itio Sahuaripa district, Sonora, hy the stitution. Were all business of news name of Davidson, Is reported to have papers so pleasant the lot of the news spent thirty years looking for the lost ' paper publisher would be one cumin Sanlibanez mine spending all the:ua round of pleasure. In passing money he could, beg or borrow. How ever his efforts were futile. But word conies from Sahuaripa that two poor prospectors, while working on a claim, broke Into one of the galleries of the famous old mine, finding a vein of rich silver, and have already been offered M0,000 for their discovery. From La Colorada and Minas Prie tas comes the story of quite a chapter Of tragedies occuriug last week. Fri day a peon woman laid her baby down outside of the "jacal" she occupied, and while she was called -away a short time, some pigs, running around, ate the child. When she returned she found a few bones and shreds of llesh ovei which the pigs were still smacking their chops. The same day another Mexican woman com mitted suicide by pouring coal oil over uer ueau uu o,ww....B ignitingit. And on Saturday a U - qui woman shot and killed a Mexican i who was attempting to rape her. ! . i i a j ,.1,. l.i .... At the annual meeting of the Con-1 gregational missionaries in Mexico. held at El Paso Monday, the repoits presented from the various districts a very satisfactory state of affairs. The church in Mexico lias grown a great deal during the past year and the. membership is now about WK). Of these 100 were received during the past year. The largest number re ceived in any one church was twenty seven. F.mr new churches have also been erected and three more are in prospect. The school work is also in excellent shape. The advance made by the church during the past year is in the eastern part of Sonora,; In the mining, distiiet. of, Sahuaripa. XLe. mission here is a new i.ne opened, very recently and the interest taken by the people in that section Is very great. Tills mission lias made the most sat isfactory progress of any. a Brst-elaA, well earikeO meal in , Hie American style, including line faqdl river o-ters, dellclou roMt, am.' it lint variety (if vtgeable. . lev. j comprise the bill of fare, at (tit Raft- way Depot Eating House at arbo, where all train. ol toe honor, i railway - -m - n . . . . . .a stop for (lii.rfer. Passengers have ... nr. . . ample time tr, wvet the bttl nTilTt tft Mexico.. At Magdalena Sunday night a man who had separated from his wife some time ago, and I he woman had taken up with another man. entered the house where the t wo were sleeping 'grade coffee, at L. X . I itnmle's. and stabbed t he two so they died Wednesday Rosatio Krena, the Tuc shortly afterward. The murderer j sou merchant( was a visitor at No then stole a bors.. and rode away, but i j.ae3 was apprelienueu toe following nay and lodged in jail. VMtWl irr t it Ion. G. C. Galusha, assistant editor the Western Newspaper Union of Chicago, with branch establishments all through the West, whose visit to Nogales was noted in these columns; last week, finished up his business Monday afternoon, and started by the evening train on his return north ward. During the past ten years the edit.r of Tin; Oa.ms has had extended bu9ines8 reJatloni with the Western vf.u,AriJ4Ir n,,,,.,, in h,,th NVw Mex- ico and Arizona, and he cheerfully test ilies to the most liberal and hoii- this encomium upon the concern Tiik Oasis wishes to expressly sei forth Its appreciation of the kindly offices its editor has received t hrough ten years at the hands of J. S. Temple, manager of the Denver branch through whom Mr. Bird first initiated business transactions with the house. Through bun Mr. Bird tirst bought the plant of the San .1 nan County In dex, in New Mexico, and the original plant of Thk Oasis. In all our busi ness relations the writer lias ever found Mr. Temple obliging and con siderate. May his sh 'dow always in crease. Chargrd Willi Knibexzlriiitnl. Tuesday Mr. S. H. Tyrel, a lawyer from San Jose, California, was ar rested on a telegram from the sheriff of the county stating that he was wanted for embezzlement. Wedi.es- (jay tne accused was take bef()re )ustce Tay,()r ff)r exiimination ln the preliminary work the fact was developed that the district attorney had not been notified, and haste was made to .ring that official into court, wnen ue. iooKeu over uie papers in the case he said bluntly that he could see no reason why the accused should be held, as there was maiii- festly a failure to comply with the law providing for arrest and extra dition of fugitives from justice. A new complaint was made and sworn to by the anestlng officer, Consta ble Brodrick, upon which the accused was re-arresi.eo, itiiu i.ucu me pruse 11 mint! ..... . . S Clit ion was gi iliM.eu eon mi name Ol forty-eight hours, until arrival of the San ilosc sheriff. Yesterday a fur-j ther continuance was granted until ' .today. cnildrenvX:; at prices which heat tne lowest, at i lie ; Red House 1! Ya-iuez. NOG ALES NOTES. itrttaa item aiirtlutred Around th Line Cities. Mr. AfslesfeM- very ill. 1 ' 7;-tt.f- ' . v , , . . i , , r . I . . i ' T i VI t f i i V I i '""TVMvwSM " 4ttm BrWHM Tuesday Mr. C. ('. Barnes .caiiie in t'Tom the south., . Uev. L. Reynolds has been on the sick list this wee. Best butter in the market, higli Colonel Robert Williams of the Montezuma, has been very ill with pneumonia. Anyonedesiringabargain in a piano ofwill line! a rae one by applying at Tin: Oasis office. j Thursday Mr. John Smith, IbeCrlt - tenden postmaster and merchant, was a visitor at Nogales. Ashley, the watchmaker, has a tine stock of spectacles and eye glasses at Sonora News Co. Tuesday evening Mrs. W. P. Mur phy went to Deuison, Texas, for a visit of a few weeks. Two rooms for rent, unfurnished. Suitable for light housekeeiping. Apply at Tiik Oasis office. Wednesday Mr. C. A. Imhoff re turned from Chihuahua, and is at home at the Nogales House. A splendid Woodbury grand square piano for sale very cheap for cash. Apply at TUB Oasis office. This week Nogales has been visited by Mr. A. 11. Long, a cattle buyer rroui San Jose, California. Mrs. J. D. Brown, wife of Ruad master Brown of the New Mexico & Arizoua railway, is very ill. Fresh fish and oysters daily received from Guayraas by Franco Brothers. Also the famous Hermosillo oranges. Wednesday Mr. Cenrge W. At kinson crossed a herd of Sonora cattle, L . - -l. . J .. ... .. 1 ,, . . I .. i ijouK..t uow,. .u tc .uKa.eua u.s- trict- Mrs. Espinoza is erecting a two- roomed cottage upon tier property on International street, west of West j avenue. Wednesday Lie. J. (iuillermo Dom inguez, the Hermosillo attorney, wa9 St Nogales, returning home from Bisbee. Anyone desiring to purchase desira ble residence lots in Noon's Addition f0 No(aies. are advised to call on Cap- tain J. J. Noon. Tuesday afternoon Don Pmspero Sandoval, presidente of Nogales. So nora, was prostrated by a severe at tack of the grip. Unless you are well shod you are not well dressed. Go to R. Vasquez at the Red House, and buy a pair of ele gant and stylish shoes Newest styles, best qualities 0f ; I I ., I - ttrifWt (I . .1 It nil nn., .i bv,w iiks, i.iicapcsi. pi ices ill i WUf made to meaSure. Call 0n Fleischer Brothers and , leave your, order. Monday evening Mr A F. Pared e,s came in from theCanunea mountains, Mr. L. Lindsay, who ""' "u" eie msi, weeK, nas gone on to Arizpp. Llist Saturday lh' board of super visors accepted the resignation ( Hupervlsor Geo. W. Atkinson, and on Monday Mr. ii P. LKey was elected to till the vacancy. For a pice, clean shave or an artistie haircut iro to P. P. Bu'staruante, v : Calle Ellas. Nogales. Sonora fourth Moor from Hotel Cazabon. (Jood harbcr. careful attention. Early this week Mr. J. D. Dort, who is Interested in the company which : has erected the big snleiter in the 1 Cananeas, was a visitor at Nogales, registered at the Montezuma. Reliable assays at fair prices. Call for price list and sample sacks, lligh , est cash prices paid for gold and sil ver in any form. A. L. PKLLKliltlS & Co. Bey. Father Gheldof, pastor of the Nogales parish, is about to go to Bwl- : gium to visit some four mouths. Dur- ing his absence bis parish will be uri- 1 der of Uev. Father frm" Be v son. Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds, j L'r('"P a,ld whooping cough readily yield to One Minute Cough Cure. Use this remedy in time and save a doc tors bill or the undertaker's. L. W. Mix & Co. It is remarkably funny that no copying ink could he found in No gales, and that they had to send all the way to Phoenix for two bottles, when ritfht in the same building the Sonora News Co. had gallons for sale. I)out think you can cure thai slight attack of Dyspepsia hy dieting, or that it will cure itself. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure it; it "digests what you eat" and restores the digestive organs to health. L. W. Mix & Co. At Marsh's opeia house on the eve ning of May ,"th, a public eutertain 1 ment will be given f. r the benefit of the school library, in which an inter esting and varied programme will be rendered by the pupils of the public school. Some of the results of neglected dys peptic conditions of the stomach are , cancer, consumption, heart disease iK( epiep8y. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure prevents all this by effecting a quick j cure in all cases of dyspepsia. L. W. i Mix & Co. ni.j . j r ii m eonesuuy tvev. it. i . wagner, pastor ol the Congregational mission church at Hermosillo, was at Negates returning home from El Paso, where he had been to attend the annual meeting of the missionaries of that church In Mexico. J. D. Bridge, editor and proprietor of the Democrat, Lancaster, N. II., says: '! would not be without One Minute Cough Cure for my hoy, when troubled with a cough or cold. It is the best remedy for croup I ever used.'' L. W. Mix &Co. Monday Tom Lockwood of Critten den, came down from that place suf fering from an attack of cerebro spinal uieningitis. Weduesday aftc- noJ le eiied, anel was buried the fol- lowing rlav. Ilee.eased was wirlelv ' known as a prospecting miner. Wednesday George Owesney, fore- man u( t lie roundhouse, wasexamiued .before Justice Duffy on a charge of .assault, When the witnesses for the prosecution had been examined, Dis trict Attorney Harlow noved a dis missal of the case, which was grauted.