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BORDER VI33ETTE VOL 4. NOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1897. 60. LOCAL BRIEFS. This dry -windy weather could le easily dispensed with. Tha latest novelties in office sup plies at The Line City Store: Joe Wise, the cattleman from Cala basas, was in town Monday. Mrs. J. A. Saxon and Miss Lulu Sykes were down from Calabasas Mon day. Train Master E. J. Gibson went to Guayinas Monday and returned Wed nesday. Fourteen carloads of cattle were loaded at Calabasas last Saturday morning. Rcbt. Leatherweod, sheriff of Pima county, was in Nogales Sunday on legal business. Monday Mr. J. A. Naugle arrived j from Guayinas, and Tuesday went to Benson. W. C. Green, the well known niin-, ing and cattleman came over from Bisbee Tuesday on his way to the So nora mines. The Hollenbeck is the best hotel in IjOS Angeles at which to stop, and s headquarter for all Arizona people visiting the coast. M r. and Mrs. Ed Titcomb returned Monday evening from Hcrmosillo, bringing with them the little girl of Mr. J. Howard Palmer. Mrs. W. G. Bowman, wife of the rent at Torres came ua from that point last Monday accompanied by her sister in-law Miss May Bowman. K. A. Moreno is building a neat cut stone house next to the Methodist Seminary. It will be one of the neat est little dwellings in Nogales when completed. Dr. Chas. II. Porter and wife are in Nogales from Crittenden and jixpejt to lhuke their home ITereT 'Tha doctor will hang out his shingle and begin re- gular practice. Cazabon's hotel and restaurant will I be open to the public on June 1. ' This house has been remodeled and ! fitted up in elegant style. It will be run in Srst-slass shape in future. N. C. Ridenour, who used to be special inspector oE customs has been let out by the bankers administration because he dared express his opinion in favor of the free silver movement. Geo. W. Grason, a mining expert from California, went south Saturday morning to examine some old Mexi.-r.n mines in Sonora. He also took in the ceremonies of the Mexican-Yaqui treaty. i Miss Martindale, sister of Mrs. Will Brodorick, returned to Nogales Sunday morning from Los Angeles. The young lady is quite ill, having had a difficult operation performed before', starting home Miss Constance Mayes le't Sunday morning for Los Angeles, where she will visit several months with relatives. Msis '-Connie" is very popular in Yunin, and her absence will le felt by the young people of Yuan. Yuma Sun. J. N. Zoiganfuss, traveling represen tative of Kohler ifc Chase, the oi I re liable piano house of Sin Francisco, has been in Nogales during the week looking after business in connection with tho local agent, F. M. Kin;.; of the Bine City Store. The Christian Endeavors conducted the servicrj? at the Con gi itiml church last Sunday and h-ul q lite an interesting program. There ws snwi splendid .-.inging by Mrs. .1. 1. Gordon, Mrs. y. II. Wellps, Mrs. Jos Pasel.oly, Mrs. Fiank M. King and Missi A la EKey. There is no better hotel at v '.. i-h to i Stop when you go to Los Ang les, California, thaa the Hollenbe k Ari aonans make this magnificent h.. use their headquarters for they get first i class treatment there at reas nuhle i rates. The house is first class .m,! up to date in every rospect. Be s ir e and j go there when you make yo.r summer! trip to California j THE MOTET BURIED No More Cruel Yaqui Var in Sonora. They Meet the Mexicans Sign For Peace- Final Settlement of the Yaqui Troubles Across . the Border in Mexico. Indian The Yaqui treaty has been signed. Now those people will go to work in- J stead of spending their spare time fioLtin About four hundred of the tribe all armed headed by Tetabiate, their chief, met at Ortiz Sunday with General Torres, Gov. Corral and other repre sentatives of the Mexican government after marching in thirty-live miles and heard the treaty read. The Indians were met out five miles from the station by Col. Peinado and his command who escorted their former foes into show goodwill etc. Before they arrived a drunken Mex ican firing his pistol over their heads came near breuking up peace negotia tions as the suspicious Yaquis made ready to light for they imagined this was a signal to begin their slaughter. Col. Peinado promptly rode over the fellow and ordered him under arrest and soon they v.-ere moving again. The Yaqui, as they marched in ith three or four belts of cartridges around them presented a fine appearance and their movements were more graceful and soldierlike than those of the nat ional soldiers. Nearly every Yaqui I was armed' with guns that had been captured from the Mexican soldiers at I oue tjme or another. I'he treaty was read by Secretary of State Celedonio Ortiz, and agreed to by the Indians. Exten?ive preparations had been made to properly receive the surren dering Indians. A large payillion had been erected in which was conducted the formal ceremony. Other pavilions had been erected on the outskirts of the town when the Yaquis later went to cook their meals of flour, sugar, beaus and other large quantities of provisions which were issue I to them. When everything was in readiness, the three Mexicans commissioners ap pointed to sign the treaty and the three Yaqui commissioners, Chief Te tabiate, his secretary, Juan Espinoza, and Tosto Villas his sub-chief, mounted the stand aad after hearing the docu ment read signed it, with a number of prominent Mexican and American business men as witnesses among the Americans being Capt. L. W. Mix, P. B. Chisem and Allen T. Bird. Addresses were made by General Torres and Gov. Corral. After giving hearty cheers for "La Republica and President Diaz, the Yaquis all marched Out and as they did Vice-Gov. Figue- roa, issued 2 each to the privates and 5 each to the chiefs. What was left was distributed among the three Ya qui commissioners each receiving about 870. Col. Francbce Teinado thnn de livered an enthusiastic address and -hree cheers were given to President Diaz, General Torres, Gov. Corral and Tetafjiaic. A grand fiesta was commenced and a grand good time was had. The settlement of this war will be a great thing for Sonora a.s it will open cue of the rickeif milling and agricul tural countries in the world. SONORA NEWS. i Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State Progreso," the weekly paper published at Altar, completed its fifth year of existence on the fifth inst. Chas. J. Wimple, manager for the E. R. Hutchison Mining Co. at Bonau- cita, Sonora, left Nogales Sunday for the mines. James F. Sullivan, manner o the Golden Valley Miniug Co., of La Dura, is attending legal business in Hermosillo- Seiior Arturo Guzman has been ap pointed judge of the first instance of the Altar district, in place of Seiior Robles, deceased. "El Heraldo" is the name of a new weekly newspaper published at Her- j mosillo by Messrs. Bernal tfc Cbiapa. It is a nei;y weekly of four pages. At Altar the city authorities are making some "needed improvements on the city plaza, which aro greatly needed t3 beautify thu sights of the city. H. L. Daniels, formerly conductor on the Soni-ra railway, through Col. J- II. llampson has been appointed superintendent of the San Salvador railway. Mr. J. R. South worth is at Guay inas getting np h book entitled "Il lustrated Sonora." which is destined to illustrate the advantages offered by Sonora to enterprising men. Messrs. Fred S. James and Gilbert M. Weeks of Chicago, president and director respectively of the National Mexican M ining & Developing Co , are spending a tew days at the com pany's property at El Plovno, in the Altar district. Mr. J. R. Soathworth, publisher tf "Sonora lhistrado," is in Nogales. Mr. S. cnnet say enough in praiso of the government of Sonora for their enter - prising support and courteous treat ment, which they have uuiformly given linn, especially is this . true of Secretary of State Celedonio Ortiz, who has given him valuable assistance in connection with his book. AT". J. Welton lias received the can tract to wire the city of Ilerinosiilo I f t - !!. nit , la- Ior electric g"ts. 1 lie general Elec tric Company or the City or .Mexico, represented by Mr. Thompson is pat- ting in the plant Mr. Welton will go down in a'ooat ten days. Arc lights will be placed all over the city and daik corners viil be unknown. Gra dually Sonora is coming to the front in modern improvements. There is considerable excitement in the San Marcial district thirty miles south r-f. Ortiz over the discovery of some li'di gold quartz in an old mine that has been held by ono old Mexican for the last sixteen years ur.til recently, when W. II. Hutchison of Chicago, purchased it and opened up the r.ch vein. The ore is "lousy" with wire old and hangs together in great chunks by the wire gold. It is the richest gold strike ever laade in Sonora and the new camp --roniises to rival anything i:i the world. Mr. Hutchi son will bo down from Chicago next week to arrange for putting in ma chinery for working the ore at once. P. B. Chidiem of Guaymas has some claims around the rich mine that are showing up well. AY. A. Whipple, a mining expert from Chicago is over there now. There Is Nothing So Good. There is nothing just as good as Dr. King's New Dissovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, so de mand it and do not permit any dealer to sell you some substitute. He will not claim there is anything bet'.er, b.it in order to make more profit lies may claim something else to be just as good. You want Dr. Kind's Few Discovery because you know it to be safu and reliable, and guaranteed to do god r money refunded. For Cous;ks, Colds, Consumption and for all affections of throat, Chest mid Luus, there is nothing so good as is Dr King's New Discovery. Regular size 50 cents and 81.00. Sold by Cheno.veth it Mix. Typewriter supplies at the Line City store. Subscriptions taken at the Line City store for the Globe-Democrat, Los Angeles Herald and all other daily and weekly papers. ifll Absolutely Pure fr Hs jfr:at iavealn-.r strength a.i health filing 8. .H.-uro the food against alum ami all form.- of adulteration coiamea to the cheap brand:. ROYAL. BA.KJSG POYfDES CO., NEW YORK LIVE STOCK ITEMS. Pusjh, Zellweger fe Bernard shipped this week from Tucson to Tenver 500 cows. These strong south winds denote early rains mush to the elation of the cattlemen. Cattle business along the Mexican i border will be rather slick if that Dingley bill becomes a law. Several thor.sand head of Sonora cattle were crossed into Arizona at Buenos Ay res the first of the week. The Vicettk is establishing a live stock department in its columns and j will run live stock advertisements with or without cuts at reasonable rates. '. Jas. F. Gerald and W. T. McNelly ! went to Geronimo this mornins to at tend to the delivery o: cattle theie on the 15th inst. Globe Silver Belt. A. G. Pendleton returned yesterday from his ranch. He ropoits all the cattlemen of Pleasant Valley and vicinity are engaged in gathering and driving eat tie. About 6000 head have been sold irVjm that section this spring. Globe Silver Belt. Over 50,000 head of cattle were passed through the Nogales custoivi house during the month of April. This shows in a measure the large move ment of stock, as the most of it was resold and shipped to the northern ranges as feeders. FLOWLIIS UALOUE. Nogales Lsadd in Hot House Plants. 'Madison Rislinger has built a stone houso 30x12 feet in which he keeps thousands of flowering plants and vines. There is not a hot-house in Arizona to compare with it aud Nogales should feel proud of it. Mr. Rislinger has worked early and late to make his plants grow success fully aud he now has the finest assort ment of plants in the territory. New varieties are continually added and not a week goi-s by that he does not receive some choice gem from eastern hot houses. A lot of new plants received last week from New Orleans caught the reporter's eye, ai.ong which were some small palms. One eould put in many hours each day viewing these beautiful flowers and plants without becoming tired, so pretty and fresh they seem. Thw new building is provide:! with plenty of glass windo ws aud has a olotli roof on ono side and iron on the other. Other buildings will be added from time to time as necessity d;iaiK?s. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, gei a bottle now ,-. nd ret relief. This medicine o has been found to be peculiarly adapt ed to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exeiting a wonderful di iec influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appet te, constipation, headache, f.iintiug spells, cr are nervous, sleep less, Excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and streKgth are guaranreed by its use. Fifty cents and 81.00 at Chcnoweth & Mix's. W. B. WELTON, THE ELECTRICIAN. ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK, WIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY PURPOSE. SPECIAL ELECTRIC FIXTURES FOR SALE. SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. ' TELEPONE AND TELEPRAGH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS INSTALLED. W. B. WELTON, NOGALES. CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. CHONG HAM, Proprietors. FRANK LEE. LON POY, ANDY 10 25 50 RE COHSTIPATK IPQfT TITPT V fTTRURlITtTn to care nj rasof ronstination. CnsearK re th Meal l.ua- nDOULUlCilil UUHnaulLEilJ tire, new srip or zripe.hnt cause easy natnral malts. Sam- pie and booklet free. Ad. STKKI.INO IIF.JIKDT Co.. hirairo. Montreal. Can., or New Tork 3i-j The only First-class Hotel in Nogales. IsTewly Refitted a,Ticl ITnrnisIieci Thi -on g: 1 1 o i it. First Class DINING ROOM; Robert Williams. Proprietor. We Can Save Yon Money . And that is what everybody is trying to do these days; THE jSED HOUSE Headquarters in Nogales for the celebrated "v Banister Shoes and Stetson Hats. FINE SUITS, GENTS' UNDERWEAE, TIES AND FURNISHINGS, CORSETS, DRESS GOODS, RIUBONS Wholesale and Retail Bor.ts, Shoes, MMa-b-n-Tlie Ramon Vasquez, Old Mason "Wliiskey, VggFIlTEST OUST EABTH DRAFT BEER Over One Hundred Varieties of Imported Liquors. Cordials and Fine UHnes. Tahle Unsurpassed for Quality ti'td Jiest Service. "The Casind" ARZONA. 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