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a f 1ST f f s It- 1 i M, f :( ! Saturday, January 21, 1005, j i 1 1 Mr; ' ill t f',- I rt .' ( ACROSS THE BORDER. Chihuahua Kntcrprise: It is now certain that the eastern part of tins state is soon to he thoroughly pros peeted for oil and that V. It. Hearst is to he the moving spirit. There are several others interested with Mr. Hearst in the search for oil. For the pat three year these people have had rights secured over a large area of land in eastern Chihuahua along and near the sur veyed line of the Orient railroad. They have quietly picked up the best land, and C. It. Troxell pro moter of the enterprise, has been out in that section for the past three or four years. Oil experts have examined the lands and they are considered most promising for oil. The indications of oil as shown on the surface have been known for years, but the remoteness of the lands from railroad trans portation has prevented their being proven. The promised extension nf the Orient raitroad eastward to the Rio Grande at an early date has caused the owners of the lands to undertake to prove them at once. It is understood that Hearst and associates have also quietly picked up a large area of coal lands, and that Gov. Creel and Juan Creel, with C. II. Troxell, have acquired rights to lands con taining extensive beds of nitrates. Mexican Herald: Unless the governor of the state of Oaxaca grants a pardon or a commutation of sentence, John Madden, the con victed murderer of Dr. Richard Kins;, will be executed in the city of Oaxaca. The Supreme Court has just confirmed the decision of the lower court, and there is no higher court to which the con demned man can appeal. Ambas sador Clayton, under the direction of the state department at Wash ington, has refused to intercede. The murder for which Madden will likely be shot, was peculiarly cold blooded. He had some slight dis agreement with Dr. King, and one evening, almost two years ago, as the doctor was alighting from a train at thevOaxaca station, Mad den stepped forward and deliber ately shot him to death. Each man had many friends in the Re public, and the case has been fought stubbornly. The attorney of Madden has taken advantage of every loophole to save his client from receiving the death sentence, and has promptly appealed from every decision made by the minor courts. He now has the opportun ity to appeal to the clemency of the governor of this state, but the fact that the United States foreign office has refused to intercede, it is considered that the man has no chance. If the custom of the coun try is complied with he will be shot on exactly the same spot where he commited the crime. The judge of the Supreme Court has forwarded papers to Oaxaca. The attorney has two days to appell to the governor. The governorhas one day to consider the matter, and the next day if he does not grant a respite of some sort, the man will be shot, according to the custom of the country. COFFEE Good water is good; poof I 11 I. i if ) i, . r f-r t .H 11 i.M-r ! iii Kill) fllV I , fen i.f I ii' r ! fiH- r. I'll" iiM-s ' Mi" l if i,tpnr,tt.i,r fi.r : W 1:1. K . M' K itilii-M IMi'l fnll'.i ll'-'nl! Mori, Htp'l fh.i mitif i.f (li I itt liOMd'h ig Tin; il II I' 'ii ( M I II I UK I'll) )' Ii y Till! irill-.Ml illll'ft f t'l O.' ' V. if, 111 t'l'' Tirnt'iiy ArUomi I Sunn-, Sunt a I tuz ( utility, A ri.oiiH, h'l t hi (in ncii iii ,ri'K of fitiftinoM without Mil Territory ttfCinnntiHt!. Ohio, hihI ChidHKo, llMnm. mid ihi- cor pom. ' tion may I'Htiblmti (such tirmich dllief, mhur ! within nt without the Territory of Arizona, us i 111HV ok deemeii nc'KHnrv. unci murtimrH of thii ! directors i iidf stockholders may he held, ami the books cl tb company kept, at all Mich principal places of huaiut'ss and branch oflict'M. Skco.md. The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation ii fi.s follows: l"t engage in mining, millinfr, smelting and ahi-jaiiu; gold, silver, copper, lend, iron, clayn, oils, kslM, soda, coal, pijaltum and all kinds of miucriij; to iooate, denounce, develop, buy, sell, lease, own; control, manage, acquire, and operate all kinds of mining property: to buy, Bell and manufacture chemicals and metals: to buy, sell, lease, own, control, and operate smelters, refineries, istaifip mills, concentra tors, cyanide plants, a net any and ail kinds of reduction works, rolling, saw, ghhigle. and planing mills, machine ftiop, boats, iteam ships, and sailing vessel. also railroads, tram ways, turnpike and cabals to lead- U) or from its works or principal p4itea, of. twain e to connect with some navigWbl hream, or to some existing railroad, turnpike or public highway; to buy, sell, locate, construct, ac quire, own and operate irrigating diKHjijiv gas plants, electric power, steam power," water power, fuel oil, coke oven, bunker whales, landings and ranches; to own and operkts stores, electric light plants, boarding houses, warehouses and banking houses, and to en gage In a general banking business; to lay out ami plat townsites, and to buy, sell, lease and mortgage real estate connected with said town sites, or in any manner connected with the business of this corporation; to own, control and handle letters patent and inventions, also shares of the capital stock of this and other corporations, even to the extent and for the purpose of owning, controlling and managing sucii other corporations: to buy, sell, manu facture and deal in all kinds 01 property, real and personal; to borrow money and execute notes, bonds, mortgages and deeds of trust to secure the same; to purchase or in any lawful manner, accept, possess, enjoy, operateand use franchises from any foreign country or state, or any state or territory of the United States, or any municipal or privateeorporation, cither local or loreign, and to issue fully paid and non-assessable stocks, bonds or other obliga tions in payment of property purchased by it: to exercise in respect of all bonds, morgages, notes, shares of capital stock and other secur ities and obligations owned by it, all the right, power and privilege of individual owners thereof, including the right to vote any shares of stock held by it; and in general to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of the corporation in the Territory of Arizona and elsewhere. Third. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be five million (6,000,000) dollars, divided into five hundred thousand (aOii.OOu shares of the par value of ten ilo) dol lars each. At such times and upon such conditions as the Hoard of Directors of this corporation shall by resolution accept or direct, said capital stock shall - be paid into this corporation, either in cash or by the sale and trausier to it of real or personal property, including the capital stock, franchises and property of other corporations, cither domestic or loreign, in payment for which the capital stock of this corporation may be issued, aud the capital stock so issued shall thereupon become and be fully paid up and non-assessable, and in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction the judgment of the board of directors as to the value of the property so purchased shall be conclusive. Fotjkth. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of this articles in the oflice of the County Re corder of Santa Cruz County, Arizona, and the filing of a copy of the same with the Auditor of tue Territory of Arizona, and the termina tion thereof shall be twenty-five years there after, but the same may be renewed from time to time for the period of twenty-five years as provided by law. Fifth, ihe affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of direct rs, which shall be composed of not less than three nor more than seven members, to be chosen from among the stockholders of the corporation at the annual stockholders' meeting, which shall be he. d In the town of Nogales. Santa rua County, Arizona, on the first Tuesday in the mouth of March of t-ach year, aud until their t-uccessorsi are elected and qualified, Wm K. M' Kibben and Johi Henderson and J. Ii. McKibben sbalt serve as directors. The otll ers of this corporation until their succes ors are elected or appointed and I qualities shall be as follows- Hres dent, Wm. K. McKibben; Manager, John Henderson; be retary and Treasurer, J. H. McKibben. Sixih. Th hlghe-t amount of liability, direct or contingent, to which this corpora tion Is any time subiect is live hundred tnousand (iOO.OOO; dollars. seventh. The private property of the stockho ders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts. In witnim whekeof we have hereunto set our hands this litb day of January, lflul. JOHN HENDERSON WM. K. MCKIBBEN Territory ok Arizona, Couutv of Santa Cruz Before me. F.dward W, Amsden. a Notary Public In and for the County aforesaid, m this day p rsonally appeared John Hender son and Vm K. McKlubeu, kuown to me1 to bo the persons whose names are subscribe! to the foregoing instrument uA acknowl edged to me lhat thev xecuted the same for the x urposo and consideration therein exp-esMHl. Uiveu under my hand and seal of office this 11th day of January. 1! .'. Uui AKiAiiMiAL) i'.uwaro w. Ainsuen, Notary I'ublio. My commission expires Nov. 7. 1907. First publication Jan, 14, -!i0. fit. I ! fi I v ifjiUon ot lit!'-.. 1 ...y'v""', Surface and Underground. I STANLEY H. PEARCE, Con'iullinrj and Mining Etujinoer. MAGDALEN A, SONOBA, MEX, Wfftfenr.tii lionton and Colorado f-meitniif I o, Ih-iivit, (.in, ! irt National Piiir, N,imi', Ar;.'inn Hanoi Sunora, lI"rtn.iiiio, Muioni. M. batz y lino., Han kern. MnuditliMia, onora. HICDKOWI5 MC iSI IC I I SOIlC. I I Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. A. L. PECK, Proprietor. " POTRERO AVENUE. The Finest Conveyances, The Best Horses, Careful Drivers. Special Attention Given to Parties Going to Outlying Mining Camps. - ' ' Telephone 1 Hum Main 73. Toleplmnei House Alain SOB ArOGAkBS, AKTZOXA. nn is n r 1 f M Sues, 9 Uki3WU .WiSL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING TLHD GROCERIES. PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOTHING FACTORY "IA INDUSTRIA." . Local Aent For the . BANK OF LONDON and MEXICO , HERMOSILLO. SON., MEX. 4- HOP. ANUFACTURERS OF CLOTHING Complete Line of Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Mexican Novelties, Drawn Work ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO MINING MEN. lie rm os illot Sonora, Mexico. ss To Rent. Nicely furnished rooms in pleas ant neighborhood by the week or month. Apply to E. L. Crowell, The Daniels. tf. EL PASO ROUTE Texas and Pacific Railway WE: HPT J Cp WE The Night Express leaves El Paso Daily at 5:50 p. r.. Mountain time, solid 'st.ilmled train throsrh to New Orleans Shrovcport anl St. Louis without change. Carries through sleepers Los Angeles to St. Louis, Shreveport, New Orleiuis and intermediate points. Direct connections made for all points North, East and Southeast. Ask your local aent for schedules, rates and other information, or address R. V. CL'RTIS, Southwestern Tam-ntier Agent. T, (J. T.KON'ARD. t l ':Hi0. ifxas. TravelinHT PHssonger Agent. Kl Paso, Texas, E. P. TCRXKR. Cell. PMssongt-r Agent Pul'iHs, TexBg, NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. 4- coffee is poor.