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Saturday, Nov. 5, uo.
NOGALES NOTES. Frank 01. -en is Tucson. in town from Norris it Howe's circus shows here twice today, this afternoon and evcnine. )'' n ( I'd to arm ;itiv n, j U .l t, I Ml.,' till fi.r ( omiliitllC ..f ,,f j, .t, u ! 11, 1 1 ! . r - i - ? i i j ,r of -iriliM Ktfu ItiHiiirr, K. A. FIom. A. ';inii .'ind 1 .S;i tidovu) had mail. -xten-.-ive jri p;i ra t iun- for th' - 1 1 rtuiri inut if the di-t;nvui-lifd .'Ut. The delay? experienced en route rendered it impo..-dhlc for the partv to remain here any length of time, owing to the numerous engagements elsewhere. Immediately after the arrival of special train Vice President Corral and several gentlemen of hi party were escorted to the municipal it, 1, urn fu !h" piltfv rn( 1 r. I vvn 1 1 !; i. n i : l,i im per .iriiiufn to th' To-day Mr. P. 13. Chisem of palace, in No:rale, S nor:, their Guaymas, is in Nogales, having I0Ute be,n unler il handsome ar arrived from New York last nisrht. ! cade, extending from the station to inai eumce.iesiooneu witn tne .Mex ican national colors, and illumin ated with electric lights and hun dreds of Japanese lanterns, accom- returning home. A. Carpena & Company have the exclusive agency for the Walk over Shoes. This brand is one of the best known on the market and the firms enjoys a large sale of that make. Mr. F. Montijo of Guaymas, and Mr. Arturo Morales, another prom inent merchant from thesamecity, was at Nogales yesterday, with the party come to meet Don Ramon Corral. If you want good clothing go to A. Carpena & Company's store and look over their fine stock. They have the exclusive agency in No gales for Alfred Benjamin & Com pany's goods which are the best in the market. The assays made by Mr. Pelle grin mentioned in another column in this paper were carried by two different parties to be assayed by Mr. Pellegrin and not by Mark Lulley. But the ore was from his" property. The Daniels rooming house has been leased by Mr. E.JL. Crowell who has this week taken possession. The gentleman will conduct it along the same lines as heretofore and anyone stopping there may be sure of being accorded every attention. Last Sunday the new train shedule on the Sonora Railway be came effective. The train now leaves Nogales at eleven o'clock each night arriving at Guaymas the next morning at 10:80. Leav-; ing Guaymas at 3:30 in the after noon the train arrives here at No gales at 3:30 the following morn ing, in time for close north connec tion. There appears in this issue for the first time the publication of articles of incorporation of the Oro Blanca Copper Mining Company, a corporation organized for the exploitation of mines and mining properties in Santa Cruz county and other counties within the Territory. The men at the head of the new enterprise are Eastern capitalists and the principal ollice of the company is located at Tuc son. It is understood that the company will at once prosecute development work on several promising claims which they own. panied also bv a gorgeous display of fireworks, Owing to the lateness of the hour the ladies of the party did not make an appear ance. The vice president was given a grand ovation as he entered the palace where a grand ball was be ing'given in his honor. He expressed regret at being unable to spend more time at Nogales and after an informal reception of short duration, the party continued its journey to Ilermosillo. Reception to Don Ramon Corral. At an early hour this morning Don Ramon Corral, vice-president elect of the Republic of .Mexico, was welcomed to his native state by an immense concourse of citizens ft Nogales, with many representatives from Magdalena, Ilermosillo, Guay mas and other points. The vice-presidential party, in cluding Don Ramon Corral and Mrs. Corral, General Luis E.Torres and wife, Governor Rafael Yzabal and wife, Captain L. W. Mix and wife, and a number of others, had Republican County Platform. We pledge anew the National and Territorial Republican plat forms, as good Republican doctrine, worthy of acceptance by the Amer ican people and the people of Ari zona and Santa Cruz county. In the affairs of Santa Cruz county we pledge the utmost economy and care in the expendi ture of public money. We condemn the extravagance shown by the present Democratic administration of Santa Cruz county, in the adoption of plans and construction of a Court House far beyond the needs and require ments of the county. There was an authorized issue of bonds to pay for a Court House, and the money realized should have cov ered the entire cost of the hvilJing and i ran .tute, but the- entire sum was expended upon the structure alone, and several thousand dol lars additional were expended upon the grounds, and it is alleged that the entire cost of the building and grounds exceeded $40,000. Con trast with that the cost of the) Court House in the County of Na vajo, created only two years before that pf Santa Cruz, which Navajo Conntv Court' House cost only $12,000. We condemn the increased offi cial salaries in counties of the sixth class, in which Santa Cruz county is listed, made by the De mocratic legislature four years ago, by which nearly $2,000 per annum were added to the salaries of officials in Santa Cruz county, viz: Four Hundred Dollars each to the salaries of the three Super' visors, 1 wo Hundred and Fifty if- per II ' Poll f . 4 'I ' t i and Fifty Dollar.-- iitoitiallv to the Di.-trif t Attorney, making a total id $ l'oO per annum added to official Kthuies. vnmg from the pockets of taxpayers. We condemn the payment of Twelve Hundred Dollars annually to the Sheriff for assessing the property in Santa Cruz County, when Six Hundred Dollars would be liberal compensation. We commend the action of the last Grand Jury in going into and investigating extravagance in the Court House, and regret that they could not have had sufficient time to make a thorough investigation. We demand an expert investiga tion of county affairs by an expert accountant, with ample time to go into everything. We condemn the Board of Sup ervisors for neglecting to comply with the recommendation of the Grand Jury that county officials should be required to strengthen their bonds, and their further failure to follow a recommendation of the Grand Jury that the Board proceed to collect in accordance with law an acknowledged deficit in the County Treasury exceeding ten .thousand Dollars. We condemn the extravagance in public expenditure in the No gales Public Schools, which should have been checked and controlled by the Democratic county school superintendent, whereby several hundred dollars were expended in useless electric clocks, unnecessary type writers, etc. We condemn the increase in the rate of taxation and the shortening of school terms under the present Democratic administration of Santa Cruz county. We stand for honesty, integrity and a business administration of public affairs in Santa Cruz coun ty, and we pledge our candidates, when elected to a rigid adherence to the principles laid down in this platform. Respectfully submitted Ray Ffrgusox N. K. Noon, Committee. R. EKey, M'tyVZ-skK o If-? Joseph de Lusjpan. Met haoieal .Engineer an I Prattied Millwright. With a record of twenty-eight quartz mills and concentrators erected in the state of Sonora in the past twenty-one years. Address: Nogales, Arizona, care of Tub Oasis. Little Dutchman." Wro. STOEWCK. Proprietor. Opposite Railway Depot. Finest Wines and Liquors ami Mexican Cigars. NOGALES, SONOBfl. 0ST0N STORE) Hi) Frank Smith Prop. MANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING Complete Line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Mexican Novelties, Drawn Work ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO MINING MEN. Ilermosillo, Sonora, Mexico Tne Oasis Priming House . . Nogales, Arizona. An Up-to-date print i n g establishment. 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