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J (Q.., il?SrSHvliS Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. , ,....,.,. f . r hi i.h t i- l.ir-'l. ' pr f S I.' til t Hi" j'T' !! .-".l-or) : will pr-v tli- t""-t i . r ' -1 r"'i- 1 r( r xpi ri''i,i -(l in tli' r t.it', hmI ; that D'it-i!" "I tlx- 'l.iiii.i-i' 'l:u" I l.v high v;it-r in ;" v ra I l'",iliti'- Arranments .-ire bcir.ir m.uh-; i In-cmp r- in !... n,.,diti..n in. for the s-t-ttK-inei.t of a col.my ..fthe nu.ge ''r J fn,t m,! 300 llu-sian l.tmiiies in me mina ' . V Satuiciay, August u, 100.- ACROSS THE BORDER. A. Lm l!;fH, Proprietor, POTPfRO AVENUE. T!i! Kii.-t ('mi vt'Viii.fi'r1. '!"!.! I''--! H'i--, c,u f ;l Drivr. Sprcial Attfhti'iii (iivii to I';irt:--' tl.n.j- t.. (Pitlying Mining Cam f. ..f fM.unrirf. It. is nxictnl th.it the colonic will arrive thre about the hrst of October. Chihuahua Enterprise: The body of Gilbert Johnson, the mining en gineer of Torn LavvsonV "Lawson Company of Mexico," was -hipped "thie ritv tins week from Urique to the parents of the de mised in Denver, Col. This was done on the order of Torn L.iwson, of Boston, who had it done saying "-pare no expense." It was. carried over the rough mountain trails by peons for four days brought by wacon into Miu'aca and turned over to Wells Fargo Ar, Go's ex press?. Mr. Johnson was murdered by a Mexican at Urique about a month ago. Chihuahua Enterprise: Now that the Guerrero valley extension of Chihuahua and Pacific railroad is completed to Temosachic, the mine operators of Ocampo will do their shipping from that point. The Greene wagon road from Temos achic to Ocampo, which U now in process of construction, is another reason for the change of shipping point. Dennis Minitun, general manager of the Helen Mining corn " iwnv.vho was hern last week, said thitcompanv, which is operating t.U "v to visit hi- oiii home in Chicago, where he bar not been for, twenty years. He expects to, spend about two month-" in the' East, and will then return to I Sonora. ! Mexican Herald: The condition U.-.t... Kit. t nt tKii r-n'il minirnr i and oil well drilling industries in; the republic of Mexico have been, made the subject of study by a . committee of lawyers and end-; neers. who have just turned in ai report to the minister of the de-1 partment of fornento on the desira- J bility of legislative modifications s in the matter. 1 he brie! discus sions oi the committee turned around article 10 of the mining code of November 22, 1S84, in which it is stated that coal mines and oil wells are the exclusive property ot the owner of the soil. This stipulation, it has been af firmed puts ths industries m ques- j tion in an abnormal position and j a change has been considered j urgent. The substance of the sug- ! gestions made in the report of the j committee alluded to is that the j law be changed to place coal; mines the samo as mines of j precious metals in that they i may be expropriated irom ine Tclcffli'mt iitttrso Alain ra;t T Cc,l07l, Hum Alain 7H, ESCALADA BROTHERS. 9 d flit? 11 ' (iciuTal STchaiuIise Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour, Etc. Liquors. Family Trade Supplied. Agent for lUhbard Sewlxift Nogales . Arizona. 4- UUUIVU n . m jtm, m m m e, k WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING SND GROCERIES. PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOTHING FACTORY L A INDUS T K I V . thitcomjiany, wmcn is operating ! ow,-ll,rf.hi., o the m.U under which in Ocampo, will u-e lemoaemc as , thev .m, fountl The justification ! a shipping point. Capt. Joaquin ; fur thU Ls founj jn the fact that is : Chaves, who runs the "conducta . ut Mk utim The ; .. " .... 1 1 n .!A IfllTltlif (I I ' , , .1 . I irom v;c;u!n, a.. w.mt.-... , mmjttt.e concedes, however, mat s Temosachic. muw ot the ahua-, )Ui en,aliou for the exprcpria-1 ripa district companies m Nmoraitj m ,honia le forthcoming to the; will use Temo-achic as a shipping f o lhe ;U)d k uts ; point to avoui me uie.uu-.v i '!'i"'jti:U )H, nuHe jn the term ot a Indian renegades between them j im.enta;e of tie values extracted, and the Sonora railroad on le ;vitU a previous payment per Local 4ent For the BANK OF LONDON and MEXICO HERMOSILLO, - - - - SON., MEX, Anton Fboto roris 1'boio. hectare on account of percentage. COFFEE Why not somebody else's best ? and why a big B ? We did it, not somebody else; and it's worth the big B. Your graces returm your money if you dos think to. west. Mexican Herald: August 1 saw the end of the poker dens, billiard "academies' cockpits and other gambling places that have been an ulcer in the community. The gambling spirit has been so prev alent and so many games of chance were being run clandestine ly that the experiment was tried of having the gambling done in open fashion and under the sur veillance of the authorities. The exivTiment now Ceases and gaiu-l Cheap Round Trip Rates bliug houses are done away with j Denver, Colorado springs and for good and all. A recent decree j Pueblo, $oo.00. Date -f sale daily signed by the president of the re-1 June-lst to October lo incluive. public ordered that all such places Final limit October 31. in the federal dUtriet be closed on Portland, Oregon, $50.00 going August 1 unless ineir licenses a.eiand returning via any direct route renewed, and as the governor ot the district, Senor Guillermo de Landa v Escandon, announced that no" such renewals would be made, the professional gamblers closed down at midnight August 1. Cattle Raisers and Dealers. Whhnk m IN tail Dealers in General McrohniKHe. Groceries, 'rovisions, CrooJcerr. Harness. linvlwnre nnd Mining Supplies. Agents for Kamicbtrg IUIiiu & (tiling C . Canton, hio. MORLEV AVENUE. - ' NOGALES, ARIZONA Chihuahua Enterprise: Mr. Mc- Farland was in the city from El Paso, and reports that just before he left for the States he heard of the death of J. N. Smith, a mining prospector who had gone into Sonora from Arizona. From the account given it appears that Smith was attempting to cross the Yaqui river on a horve with which he had often forded this and other swollen streams. However, the animal got caught in a whirlpool and both it and its rider were quickly carried under by a strong undercurrent and were never seen again. Mr. McFarlond states that Southern Sonora is setting up very o y ; through Huntington or Billings, j August to inclusive, oO and j 31; for September, 1 to (.' inclusive, j 13, 14. 15,27, 28 and 2'J. $56.00 via diverse routes, through I San brancisco, Billing or Hunt ington. Dates of sale tor August, 18 inclusive. 30 to 31: for Sent- embjr, 1 to (i inclusive, 13, 14, 15, 27, 23 and 2V. In addition to the above we have on sale, cheap summer rates to all j points east. rite or call and see us. W. J. Black, G. P. A., Topeka, Kansas. W. R. Brown, Div. Pass. Agt. El Paso, Texas. NooalGS, Water Go., Inc. Purest and Bott Water in the United States. Comparative Tests by Prof. Richardson, Boston. OfTice on Morley flventie, NOGflLES, HRIZ.. EL PASO ROUTE Texas and Pacific Railwa IV THE texas M pjPAcinc ULVTAYj EAST SG ihanae. Carries through deepen Is Angeles to St. Loui , tlvoint Orleans and intermediate points.. Direct connections waue for North, East and Southeast. Ask your local ant for s h du rtWr information, or address R. W. CLRTIS, Souths osternj Pg Agent. - (.1 fSHI, 1CMI Traveline Passenger Agent. El Paso, Texas, F P TURNER, Gen. Passenger Agent. i. i Dallas. Texas. SO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.