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H IN ARIZONA
Vol XVI No 9.
NOG ALES, ARIZONA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901.
Whole No. 399
NOG ALES NOTES.
laterextiME Items liathered A round the
Kb-gantlv furnished moms at the
The celebrated Douglas sboe at L.
Dr. Underwood of Llano, was In
W, Patton, of Phoenix, was a visitor
in Nogales Wednesday.
0. B, kfOOTC came up from the
-u nth yesterday morning.
Mrs. Marsh returned from an ex
tender! visit east last night.
Fireproof and burglar proof safe
for sale. Inquire of Joseph Carbon.
John B. Wright, of Tucson, was
registered at the llarley House Tues
day. S. S. (Julver, representing the Los
Angeles Herald, was in Nogales
For tine neckwear, shirts, collars,
cutis, etc., go to L. B Fleischer's
Huston Clothing store.
Mrs. Crowe, wife of Geo. Crowe of
Washington Camp, died In Florence,
Colorado, Sunday, January 6.
Just received. A fine line of fancy
woolen shirts. Fine goods for winter
wear. Boston Clothing House.
The Bellevlew hotel for sale. No
reasonable offer will be refused. Ap
ply to Mrs. Lena Wolff on the prem
ises. C.R. Watson and J. G. Mason, of La
Colored, OMM op from the gold camp
Monday and spent several days in No
Kales. Ben Heney came down from Fair
bank Tuesday night and was on the
streets Wednesday greeting his many
friends in Nogales.
The case of J. T. Hrlckwood vs
Mrs. I. c. Plarley for rent came
before the court Thursday and was
continued over to the next term.
Mr. Genaio Menes, with the Dos
Naciones Cigar Co., left this morning
for New Mexico and El Paso on busi
ness connected with the company.
Mr. Batre, who Is associated with
Mr. Shirley Christy, general agent
of the New York Mutual Life Insur
ance Co., with headquarters at Phoe
nix, has been in Nogales for a week.
In the case of the Territory vs. John
Baft, indicted bf the grand jury, for
a-sault with a deadly weapon with in
tent to kill, the Jury last Tues
day brought in a verdict of not guilty.
s- Leeker, of El Paso, arrived in
Nogales, last Saturday evening. Mr.
Leeker is associated with Fred Roren
stein as a partner in the El Poso store
which will shortly reopen for busi
ness. s'iirley Christy, general agent of
'he Mutual Life Insurance Co., for
jhe territory of Arizona, came down
from Phoenix Sunday and spent a few
davs of business and pleasure in the
Mrs. Underwood and nephew were
38twed at the llarley House Wed
nesday. The lady is the wife of Dr.
0- Underwood the well known min-
Otratof, who came up from Llano,
in v'8' t0 meet her wlien she arrived
111 foisales Tuesday night.
Collection of Happening! in the Mute
Over the Line.
Alum is unfit for fund, producing in
digestion, alum heart, sllow com
! )lcxion. constipation and attendant
ills. It is not fair to our people that
such Mibstance dttgnlMd as a baking
powder should be -old to allow a I Mr. S. M. Aguirre, who has been
maker or a grocer a little more profit. , heretofore at the mines of the Greene
regardless of the healtli of the family. , Consolidated Mining Co., in the Ca
Oood baking powdc is one of the I naneas, is new in charge of the cona
raost useful things in the household, j pany's office at Naco.
aud we seriously urge our readers to Tuesday evening two hundred
save their health, and money also in j laborers left Hermosillo with their
the end, by insisting upon having a families, employed to work in the
good brand like Royal or Dr. Price's, mines at the Cananeas by the Greene
These powders are shown by the gov- Consolidated Company,
eminent tests to contain neither Partie8 iooklDg for miniDfi proper.
alum or amrooola. Ueg , Sonorai wlll nnd )t t0 their ad-
vantage to call on or write to C.
H. Pendergrass, of Patagonia is In Durieux, civil and mining engineer,
N' tali's. Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico.
0b. Hoff , Of Tueson, was on the Sunday morning Doctor Spence, a
streets this morning. I f you wish to 1 prominent physician of Guaymas, died
know when the long distance tele- In Hermosillo after a brief illness.
I phone will leach Nogales tell your The doctor had lived in Sonora for
troubles to Mr. Hoff. He is the tele-, many years and was well liked by all
phone man. who knew him.
Tuesday morningV train from the
soutli arrived in Nogales about two
hours late. The northbound train
The Oasis this week publishes the
muuthly statement of the Bank of
Sonora. This sterling institution
j left on time. The passengers who j continues to advance and Is growing
; were compelled to wait over spent , to be one of the strongest banking
! their time in viewing the border city. j houses in Mexico.
Sunday Mrs. Shauley and daughter, j All trains on the Sonora railway
: Mrs. Waters of Globe, were guests I stop for meals at Torres, going south
! at t he residence of Mr. and Mrs. j for breakfast, northward for supper.
: J. Thompson. Monday evening they At Theo.Oldendorf's passengers find a
I departed for Matape, Sonora, where j first class meal, cooked American
: the husband of Mrv Shanley is super- i style, and at reasonable price.
intendent or the Colorada-Ures mine, j M p R Uhj h k
Mr. Frank Adler is now the editor Guaymas capitalist, is about to close
a deal with Messrs. Eleazar Mufioz
and Santiago Martinez for a rich cop
per property situated northeast of
Hermosillo. Tuesday Mr. Chisemand
the owners went out to inspect the
property in order to make the final
arrangements for the deal.
El Paso Times: Lie. Juan N.
Amador, public prosecutor for the
federal government in Juarez has re
ceived a letter from his father in Za
catecas in which the latter states that
Alberto Elorday, foimerly jefe poli
tico at Zacatecas and a distinguished
citizen of that city, has just beeu ap
pointed jefe politico at Guaymas, So
nora, and leaves at once for his post
of duty. He is expected to pass
through El Paso in the course of a
of the Globe Times, having recently
purchased that paper from Mr. R. C.
Brown. Mr. Adler is a well known
and able writer and under his man
agement the Times will continue to
be one of the foremast weeklies of the
The case of the Territory vs. Moore
has been continued over until the
next term. Upon showing made by
the defendant's attorneys it was
demonstrated to the court that the
defendant's absence was due to a
misunderstanding in regard to the
time set for his trial.
As chief clerk in the Montezuma
hotel Mr. Harry Wuthrlch has been
extending the glad hand ti the trav
eling public for the past week. Harry,
who succeeded Mr. Whitesides j few dayg wilh hjs family
to ins present, position, states mat
when his $500 diamond arrives he will
hypnotize everything that comes in
on the wheels.
Mr. John D. Wilson is the editor of
the Pima Paragon, a new paper
recently started in Pima. The paper
which is a six column folio is neatly
printed and uuder Mr. Wilson's able
in.iioigi-On-ii! Will prOVc a Valuable
medium for the advertising of the
valuable resourses of Pima and Gra
ham county in general.
C. T. Gildy left for Indianapolis,
Ind., Friday morning. He will re
turn in about ten days. Mr. Gildy
has been a resident of Nogales for the
past year, during which time he has
held the position of head accouutant
The following special dispatch to
the Los Angeles Times was dated at
Washington the 8th inst: "Negotia
tions are about to be entered upon
between representatives of the Cher
okee Nation and the governor of the
state of Sonora, Mexico, whereby
large tracts of land will be transferred
to the Oherokees for their use and oc
cupancy. If the deal goes through,
the Cherokee Indians will depart from
the United States. Owing to treaty
stipulations, this great tribe of civil
ized Indians cannot legally emigrate
from this country as a body. They
will, however, depart as individuals
gradually, as they did from Georgia
aud North Carolina sixty years ago,
when they settled on White River in
for the commercial house of Roy & j Arkansas. The reason for this pro
Titcomb. He res gned that position posed emigration of the Cherokees is
recently to accept employment with
a large mining company operating in
the Cananeas. He was called east on
business connected with his new situation.
given by Henry Dirk, their represen
tative in Washington, as discontent
with Uncle Sam. coupled with a wish
to settle in a place where there will
be more freedom and opportunity.
Don Felipe Eribes i the name of an
old man, resident of Arizpe, Sonora,
that was born in the year 1784 at that
place. Don Felipe is a very lively
old man of 117 years of age and hopes
I to live many years more. He counts
i his descendants by the hundreds they
i are scattered all over the republic of
Mexico and California. It is said that
he has smokeu cigarrettes from his
early youth to his present age. He is
one of the few mortals that have seen
the light of three centuries.
A. G. Burrola, a well known hotel
man in Hermosillo, has taken charge
of the American Hotel at that place.
This popular house has been thorough
ly renovated and equipped with all
the appliances of a modern hotel. The
restaurant is open at all hours and
meals are served la both the Amer
ican and Mexican style. The bar ie
presided over by an expert mixologist
and only the finest wines, liquors and
cigars are kept in stock. The hotel
is in close proximity to the depot and
will enjoy a large patronage from the
United States Commissioner Mix
has had a dozen or more Chinamen up
before him during the past two weeks.
Those who could not prove that they
were lawfully In this country were
promptly deported. Inspector Adams
is an expert when it comes to spotting
a strange "China boy" and rarely
makes a mistake when he grabs one
illegally upon Uncle Sam's soil. It is
strange to the ordinary observer how
this remarkable instinct becomes so
finely developed. As a general rule
most Chinamen look the same and in
large cities the policeoften experience
great difficulty in locating a Chinese
criminal if he manages to get Into a
crowd of his fellow countrymen.
Hard luck befalls the Celestial who
attempts that little dodge here on
the line. In a very short time Mr.
Adams has him before the U. S. Com
missioner and he is instructed to pack
his grip and prepare to go.
Monday morning the people of No
gales were grieved tj learn of the
death of Madam Chazet, a well known
and much respected French lady, an
old resident in this community. The
old lady was taken ill with pneumonia
early last week. Owing to her ad
vanced uge, 70 years, the physicians
considered the attack very serious and
exerted all their skill to check the
disease. Their efforts were of no
avail and it was seen Sunday that she
would probably not live the day
through. She expired early Monday
morning. The funeral took place
Monday afternoon and was attended
by a large number of friends. Her
nephew Ernest Desarnaux, wno re
cently arrived from France, has been
visiting his aunt and was with her at
the last moment. He was the only
relative of the Madam in this coun
try. To him The Oasis extends its
deepest sympathy in this the hour of
Louis Wuthrlch, who for the past
year lias presided ovei the bar at the
Montezuma hotel, left for San Fran
cisco Tuesday morning. Mr. Wuth
rlch is an expert mixologist and his
uiauy friends on the C. T. route will
be pleased to see him return greatly
benefitted by the trip.