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IN DISTRICT COURT
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Chenowcth and II. K. Chenoweth.
Thursdav, Oct. 12.
Santa Cruz County vs. Fred
Ilerrera, receiver. Tuesday, Oct. I,
J a trie? Johnson vs. Frank Powers.
Continued for term.
J. S. Andrews vs. Gold Zone
Mining Co. Monday, Oct. 1G.
Frank Powers vs. Thomas Turn
er, Sheriff of Santa Cruz County.
By agreement, judgment for
plaintiff, without cost?.
Rita Castro vs. Mateo Castro.
A. B. Sorrells vs. Lizzie L. Conn,
administrator. Oct. 16.
A. B. Sorrells and John Parker
vs. J. W. Bogin, administrator of
the estate of Ellen Finley. Oct. 16.
Samuel T. S. Anderson vs. Mollie
Anderson. Oct. 10.
Abraham M. Franklin vs. Fran
cis H. Parke et al. Continued for
James Brash et al vs. Francis
II . Parke et al. Oct. 14.
Charles Murray vs. Robert
Fenter. Oct. 14. "
World's Fair Mining Co., vs.
Frank Powers and Josephine
M. E. Hardy vs. V. W. Flewel
ling and Maria Flewelling. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
In the case of the Territory vs.
Captain Stephen O'Connor, the
captain was 'acquitted yesterday.
He was fined in Justice court on a
charge of carrying weapons and
appealed the case.
The charge of grand larceny
against William Schuster was dis
missed. Jum- AccLeda," charged with
assault with a deadly weapon, was
found guilty of assault in the third
degree and sentenced to ninety
The session may continue for
two weeks more.
CHIEF ENGINEER RETURNS.
Surveying Parties Sterting From Num
erous Points on New Line.
Chief Engineer E. A. MeFar
land of the Cananea, Yaqui River
fe Pacific railroad was in town
yesterday, having returned the
previous evening from the Stae of
Sinaloa. From Maatlan Mr.
McFarland started an engineering
party surveying the route north to
Culiaean, a distance of 130 miles.
Construction work on the route
being surveyed will start at Maza
tlan in about four months. Another
partj' of surveyors will pass
through here going south in a few
days. They will survey the route
from Mazatlau to Tepic, in the
territory of Tepic, a distance of
about 250 miles. From Guad
alajara, capital of the State
of Jalisco, still another crew of
engineers will be started to survey
the route northwest to Tepic, thus
connecting the lines through from
Nogales to the City of Mexico.
Mr. McFarland estimates the time
it will take to complete the work
at about seven years.
MissO'Daly, sister of the late
William O'Daly, returned last
night from Imuris. No details
have yet been received of the
murder of Mr. O'Daly.
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k- by i!;m,'rm OS.U
('"Hci-, and who w;h tnkf-n t 1 uc-
sun Frid;iy on ;i writ f habeas :
corpus., to appear before Judge1
punpbelUt that plac,, is now ,
iiunai piiMjurr. fifii ne arrived
a r rivet
at lucson he was arrested by!
Chief of the Immigration Bureau,!
Webb on a warrant sworn out be- j
fore a United States Commissioner j
charging him with being an alien j
criminal. A request has been sent !
to the authorities of the Altar dis- j
trict of Sonora, Mexico, asking for
the man's record. An effort will
be made to make arrangements
with the Atlar authorities, who
want Rivera for murder, to be at
the line when the man is deported.
It is reported here that Rivera has
admitted at Tucson that he is the
Double Murder at Stiver Bell.
Dave Hawkins and James White,
miners, were murdered at Silver
Bell Monday night. The men
were out for a stroll and met three
Mexicans, one of whom did the
shooting. Hawkins died in a few
minutes and White died next
morning. Two other miners saw
the shooting, but in the darkness
could not recognize the murderer.
He has not been captured.
Wednesday afternoon the resi
dence of Mr. A. L. Pellegrin was
destroyed by fire. The building
was insured in the Firemen's Fund
company and yesterday Mr. Pelle
grin received from Mr. Henrv
Levin, local agent for the company, j
a check for the amount. Immedi-!
ately upon receiving the money j
Mr. Pellegrin contracted with con
tractor Bowman for the reconstruc- j
tion of the building. j
Secured Gas Franchise.
Messrs E. Titeomh of Nogales,
V. N. Hamaker of Los Angeles, J.
L.Brown and John A. Henry of:
Douglas, hy a vote of the people of
Douglas Tuesday, were crranted the i
irancmse ior trie installation ot a
gas plant in that city. Work upon
the new enterprise will commence
At Territorial Fair. !
Mr. II. C. Locket t, of Flagstaff, j;
has heen appointed superintendent
of the sheep and goat department
of the fair. As the sheep men of
the northern part of the territory
drive their Hocks down here in the
early winter, it will he convenient
for them to attend the fair and a
good exhibit of this leading indus
try is promised.
The undersigned desire. bids for
cutting cord wood in one thousand
cord lots, delivered to their works.
The wood lands are easy of access
and on the company's grounds.
Splendid grazing, water and every
thing favorable for the economical
and speedy completion of con
tracts. Parties must furnish their
own animals and equipments, j
Conditions better annreeififed if I
seen. Location of wood lands and j
company's property 35 miles east !
of Querobabi. j
Apply personally or by letter to j
The Richfikli) Mining Company. !
Why ;n )'.)(.! Ci ilirc
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i'urestau.l f$ct Wf.-r in th- t';i',t.-,l sinter.
Coinprt t ti Vf Test!6 h
Prof. KlC'llH riNoil, Boston.
Office on Morley Avenue,
I ' R 0 F ESS 10 X A L C A R I ) S .
CIVIL AND MINING ENHINfiER.
So nor a Railway Station.
State Government of Suuorn, lferruosillo,
Banco de Souom, Hermositlo.
P. Sandoval A Co , Nogales.
(r. Moller y Cia., Suc., Ouayruas.
Thk Oasis, Nogales, Arizona.
HermoUlo, 5r r n . . J I
I-,. XICIIOI.SCKX, M,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office: Terrace Avenue, between Mexican
Consulate and Santa Cruz Hotel.
Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. and 4 to
Practices in District and Supreme Courts.
Office in Montezuma Hotel building.
Udwtirtl. Y, AniHden
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CIVIL A.MO MECH4ICAL ENGINEER
Hcrmosillo, Sonora, Mexirrt
With Ramon Corral, at La Hcnuosillen?e.
r-m . t- res..
L. B.- FLEISCHER, Proper.
Nogales, Ariz., Cananea, Sonora, Guaymas, Son.
What others offer you in our line, our
prices and styles will interest you.
Convince yourself by calling at
. BOSTON STOKES
The Leading Gent's Furnishing House
in the Southwest
j We can fit you and your
I'ays h'.tclu'st i.ri' for all cIh'-os of oro?, concentrates, mattes, Ituilion and pre
cipitates. For particular atMrcss us at Alamos, Sonora, HcriBosillo.i Sonorx
Douglas, Arizona, or A. L. Le'vh, General Agunt, Nogales, Arizona.
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Ti''. ! will bo (.n a!f
Thui -d.i v until Pd-r b"tb.
lt"ii-iiii of 11 and 21
may be obtained by depositing
ticket- with S. P. Agent, at Port
land immediately upon arrival and
paying live and ten dollars respec
tively. For further information enquire
at S. P. ticket oiliee,
W. G. How max, Agent.
i Tin: Oais ollice has just com
! pleted printing a large supply of
j custom house forms of all sizes
i which are for sale in quantities to
Ship Your Live Stock to
Clay Robinson & Co.,
Stock Yards, Kansas City. Mo.
Best Service in all Departments.
Expert Salesmen, Cattle,
Careful and Intelligent Yard Boys.
Perfect Office Methods.
We Give You the Best
and it Costs no More.
Joseph de Lusignan.
Mechanical EngftitMf and
With a record of twenty-eight quartz
mills and concentrators erected in the
state of Sonora in the past twenty-one
years. Address : Xogules, Arizona, care
of Thk Oasis.
f'je tm e st r i
purse frojn head 2 loot.
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour,
Etc. Liquors. Family Trade
-t-enf for IllUhnrd Sowing
Nogales . . Arizona.
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