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h IN ARIZONA
Vol XVI No
NOGALES, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1900.
Whole No. 397
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Interest inn Item (lathered round the
l ine Clttea.
Dr. Bristol, dentist, Nogales.
Elegantly furnished roums at the
The celebrated Douglas shoe at L.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ returned to
Tucson Friday mornlog.
Dr. A. J. Clark, of Santa Ana, mas. was in Nogales a few days this
spent Christmas In Nogales. I week wishing a merry Christmas to
Fireproof aod bruglar proof safe j his many friends,
for sale. Inquire of Joseph Carbon. Mrs. Cohn, of Coleman; Tex., arrlv-
The Ladles Whist club met, at the ed to Nogales during the early part of
home of Mrs. Edward Tltcomb Wed-1 the week and Is visiting at the home
Alex. Levin, of Tucson, has been
visiting his brothers, Henry aod
Charlie, io Nogales.
Preparations for a grand ball on
New Years eve are being made by
our neighbors on the Sonora side of
the line. It promises to be a swell
The American Dairy, Joe Carbon
proprietor, will deliver fresh milk
daily to any part of the city. Patron
0. Glbbs, railroad agent at Guay
crnor of the Federal District.
of her father, Conductor Bonsall.
For tine neckwear, shirts, collars, Episcopal Church service will be
cutfs, etc., go to L. B Fleischer's 1 held in Athletic Hal) Sunday morning
Boston Clothing a (Oft, i at 11 o'clock sermon, and music will be
Mr. aud Mrs. Hoey entertained the I (,f Christmas ehiracter. All are cor
Friday night Whist Club at their dially invited.
home last evening. ' Parties looking for mining proper
ties in mora, win rinn it to ineir an
vautage to call on or write to C.
Durieux, civil and mining engineer,
Fok Kent Two nicely furnished j
front rooms at the Cummings build
ing, near the big bridge.
T. J. Wylle came over from Blsbee
last week and is spending ttie holi
days with his family In Nogales.
Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico.
Jack Gates returned last Sunday
from a visit to his old home in Mis
souri. Jack wishing to spread the
Miss Lillle Thompson came from faUie ()f Ntnfaies abroad secured a
subscriber for Thk Oasis while east.
Wednesday December 19th, Hon.
Guillermo de Landa y Escandon, who
for some weeks past has been acting
governor of the federal district, sur
rendered the duties of that post into
the hands of Hon. Ramon Corral,
former governor of the state of Sonora.
All the chief employes of the dis
trict aod the municipality having
been gathered, in the room adjoining
I the governor's private office, Messrs.
! Landa and Corral entered together,
i The former made a brief address in
troducing his successor and at the
same time thanking all present for
their co-operation during the time
that he had heid the reins of the dis
trict government, and encouraging
them to aid Mr. Corral in the same
Mr. Corral spoke next. He said that
he Indeed hoped that all would follow
the recommendation of Mr. Landa as
he stood in need of such co operation,
the more so in that he was a stranger
to that part of the country.
Lot Auifeles Wednesday to spend
the holidays visitng her parents.
Newest and latest styles ofjfall and
Charlie H,ood, well known In No
gales as one of the best men in the
winter suits for gentlemen's wear. , nlsU)m service, has been promoted to
IV your measure with
the position of deputy collector witt
headquarters at Yuma. He wil
OoV and Mr. Aiken who have been j leave for that place on the .Ustinst.
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Herrera, j
left Thursday morning for t heir strike or sv.,r ore.
borne in California.
Word has been received in Nogales
Kd. Bortou lias accepted the posi
tion of rate clerk at the railway
freight office and entered upon his,
- last Sunday.
Dr. Shaw and J. Uoush, govern-j
nient officials left on a trip to Buenos
A) res toatteud to the passing of a
large herd of cattle.
i by T. C. Mills, general superintendent
of the Promontorio Mining Co., that
a rich strike lias been made at the
company's mines. The mines are sit
uated about thirty miles southwest of
The rich ore was encountered in
the Henry tunnel a few days since
Don. Pedro Aguirre, the well ; iUid samples which were assayed ran
known cattleman, of Buenos Ayres, j 1000 ()Unces in silver to the ton.
paid Nogales a visit last. Saturday j The ledge when first discovered was
and remained here a few days. j virgin ground and showed a vein of
Last Sat urday night Walter Mc- j ore eighteen inches wide, phenomeally
Curdy, accompanied Mr. John A rich in silver. The latest news re
Gowan to Carbo. Mr. Gowan has j celved was to the effect t hat the ledge
mini.... I r. t t .Ant Mint utatlnn line IviHilnorl I tun 'i.'I inrl id ulirtu.
Dr. Cullom. the well known ,uiniDg I i"K up better ore as the development
operator, who is extensively Interest-: W(,r' Uues on-
in nonura, oas oeeu transacting .
business in the Hue city during the j strike state8 that , he ledKe is Tr
PUI week. strong aud well defined. The walls
t,, .,11 ; are lined wit h soft talk, which is one
I he new gates at the railway cross-1 .... ,,,.,"! ,! ......
, io nie oest uiuicatioun mi tiiiti oia-
K near t he depot are now in work- ,
i . t i r. , . . trict aud assures permanency.
"'i? order. Mr. John Dougal, the , i u
a.. ,, Experienced miners who have
MDori ra way veteran, is the i w ... ,, ,
viewed samples or me ore which were
Io cliarge. i
ttiuit iiihi N.ya p. hv siii'immI earner.
Miss Hull, the kindergartener, who j m nanlm()US jq thelr ttpMoa Uiat
Hi tioun . . . i i . curl tit linr , . . i , i . I i i i : t i . i .
v,u,.., I the Piomontorio people have surely
to last two weeks suffering from -trufik it, rich. TI.ev oronouuee the
Drained knee, has now so far recov- as ri(.h(,st, cnecimfins of
GOV, RAMON CORRAL I fBtaMoo Called as collaborator with
! the Llcenciate Eduardo Castafieda,
J the two revised the penal code of the
who Haa Taken th Oath of office aa Gov j federal district, advocating its adop
tion in Sonora, after making the nec
essary modifications to suit local con
ditions. When Corral was elected delegate to
the federal congress he defended the
agricultural Interests of Sonora In the
tribune as well as through the press
by his celebrated "Flour Question. "
The committee of the treasury had
presented a schedule exempting from
the payment of duties foreign wheat
imported into the states of Sinaloa
and Lower California, which would
have ruined the most important In
dustry of Sonora. Corral charged him
self with demonstrating this by
speeches and a series of written arti
cles which were afterwards condensed
in pamphlet form The committee
was convinced and withdrew its plan.
In the assembly of 1887 he was
elevated by public vote to the vice
governorship of the state, and he vir
tually had cliarge of the executive
powerduring mostof the time through
leave of absence granted the constitu
tional governor. His efforts for the
establishment of public instruction
were incessant and it is to him, and to
him alone, that the stat" owes its
prosperity and its excellent system of
public schools. Corral retired from
his position in 1891, acted as secretary
of state until 1895 and was then un
animously elected governor for two
terms, filling the position with ability
conceded bv all and which does not
belie his previous record.
One of the results of his efforts is
the college of Sonora, and important
establishment at the capital city of
the state, numerous school, and a
multitude of industrial enterprises
throughout the state owe their exist
ence to his initiative. It may be said
without hyperbole that it is to Gov.
Corral that the state owes most,
aud that by his administrative en
dowments and progressive spirit he
lias shown himself to be an official
who does honor to the republic of
Mexico, casting legitimate glory on
the state of Sonora.
GOV. RAMON CORRAL.
Ramon Corral was born in the city
Of Alamos, January 10, 1834. He is
: forty-six years old. He made his ap-
: pearauce in the political world as I
I editor of two newspapers: "The Fan-j
fed as to be able to walk shout.
silver ore that have been seen in this
Don. Francisco Tapia, of La Col-; vicinity for a good many years
rda, came up from the big gold r. C. Mills this morning, Dec. 29th,
mp Wednesday mornlug. He came j received returns from an assay of the
o meet relatives from Chihuahua. re , in Las Yeuas. N. M.. which
P rj.ti..Knj i. Ti I.... . ; . .
.'Mi j iii(4uu. places ine ore as nggreuiniK iu su-
Gen. Canedo, the governor, of Sin- i ver, gold and copper, $1000 to the ton.
ira was in Nogales last Saturday. Tills strike means much for No-
be general stopped over a day while i gales. This city Is the natural dis-
Tdllta from t tin ('It n ft Mov f t : in,r nnlnt. ffr i.hi niiii' unH Id
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0 where he has been to attend the
a;guratlon of President Diaz.
hoped that a large camp will spring
up at Promontorio.
tasma" and the "Voz de Alamos."
: Both of t hese publications were op-
posed to the administration of Gen
eral Ignacio Pesqueira. who had held
the local government for twenty
years. In 1875 lie exchanged the pen
for the sword and when the famous
revolution of August 11th of the same
year broke out with the patriot Gen
eral Francisco Sertia at its head, Cor
ral took an active part in it, and
maintained on the field of battle, the
same principles that lie had proclaim
ed In the columns of the press.
There is one thing worthy of note;
later, when the tomb had been closed
on General Pesqueira, Corral wrote a
"Historical Review of the State of
Sonora," in which lie stilled his poli
tical passions of other days and did
just ice to the citizen.
Elected to the legislature aud after
wards appointed secretary of state,
Ramon Corral has assisted In the
elaboration of many of the laws that
are today in force in the state, more
specially those pertaining to fiscal re-
Notice is hereby given that the firm,
of Roy & Tltcomb has been dissolved
aod all the properties and good will
' t' uulrl firm liu Vi) 1 ,nun t r 1 r l: fornH t r
1 1 cuivi hi ui lit i j v 1 1 i iauc?ii,icu
"Hoy & Tltcomb, Incorporated," a
corporation organized under the laws
of the territory of Arizona.
The corporation will co.lect all out
standing accounts due to said firm;
discharge all of its obligations, and
continue the business along the same
lines. E. Titcomb,
Surviving partner of
Roy & Titcomb.
Nogales, Arizona, December 10th,
No one can reasonably hope for good
health unless his bowels move once
each day. When this is not attended
to, disorders of the stomach arise, bili
ousness, headache.dyspepsia and piles
soon follow. If you wish to avoid
these ailments keep your bowels regu
lar by taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets when required.
They are so easy to take and mild and
gentle in effect. For sale by L. W.