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KOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, -MAY 29, 1897. 61. LOCAL BRIEFS. SheriffR. N. Leather wood was in Nogales last Sunday. Sheriff R N Leatherwood was in Jsoales last Sunday. Wns. Rosenberg went south Mon day for a trip through Sonora. W. S. Smith went to the Guacomea mines near Iniuris Tuesday morning. J. A. Naugle, who will soon be ex superintendent, was here Monday. Prosperous Mining Camps. Great activity pervades the atmos phere in aud about Chaparral; people ovor there are very jubilant over their railroad prospeots, -and about every man, woman and child appear as happy as if entering into the 7th heaven. The railroad is expected to be con structed into Chaparral, thence to Big Bug. Meyers, and on to Rumble Bee. Chaparral at present, is a typical min- I ing camp, and now contains within l.s AY S Smith went to the Guacomea mines near I niris Tuesday morning. M. P. Wright, Hugh Webb and L. C. Fenn came up Sunday last from Imris. Conductors Douglass and Broderick have had a time doubling out for sev eral days. Mauro Ramirez, brother ef C. Ra mirez, came up from Guaynias Monday evening. The city council will hold its next regular monthly meeting the first Mon day in June. Pascholy will continue his clearance sale till the 14th of June aud then take stock. If you want to bo well treated go t the Hollenbeck hotel when you go to Los Angeles. M. P. Wright, Hugh Webb and L C Fenn came up Suuday last from Imris, Mexico. The city council will hold its next regular monthly meeting the first Monday in June. Miss Maria Ruiz of Hermosillo, is visiting the Misses Ramirez. She is a. charming young lady. Albert Behan, deputy collector of ustoms at Lochiel, was in town Wednesday on business. -Dr. Chas. H. Porte is- located at Htel Cizabon for tb present- and will b glad to receive ealls there. Miss Jesus Ramirez, who lias been visiting in Hermosillo several; months, returned to Nogales last week. Geo J Wanless, manager of Mexi can Recovery company at Hermosillo came up to Nogales Tuesday night. If you don't see what you want in any of the Nogalea stores just ask and it will be given for they all keep it. The Examiner delivered to any part of Nogales by the Line City Store for 65 cents a month or 15 cents a week. W. J. Cotton, of the broker's firm of Hoadly, Turnbull & Co. of Phoenix, arrived in Nogales Tuesday on busi ness. Epes Randolph, the popular South ern Pacific- official was down from Tucson Monday on a little basinets trip. There was a circus party of Ameri cans at the Mexican circus Tuesday night. The performance was very good. .... Cirilo Ramirez has gone to Guay xnas to have charge of the San German tannery for Fouroade Brother, until the return of Mr- G. Fourcide from Europe, where he has gouo fir medical treatment. Mr and Mrs J II Heal J have gone J to the Santa Rita mountains for a few days camping trip. Services at the Congregational chv.rch will therefore be conducted tomorrow by the Christ-.! ian Endeavor society. " ': Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Heald have gone to the f'anta Rita mountains for u few days camping trip. Services at the Congregational church will therefore be conducted tomorrow by the Chris tian E idtsavov society. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ham; ton ar rived in Nogales Sunday from T5!! Paso, Texas, mid have rooms at the residence of W. N. Cammings. Mr Jlumpion has been transferred here i.u ni ration inspector. Ho is the youngs'. sou ryf the note! General Wade ILimpton. J. 11. Southworth, who is writi.igup an illustrated book of the resources of Sonorr- went to Majjdalona Wednesday morning. Mr. Southworth i an ex perienced man in his line and his beok will lie the best of the kind ever writ ten in Mpxi.-o. (unincorporated) limits two restaurants, meat market, blacksmith shop, two hay and grain feed corrals, and neces sarily several of the 'O, be joyful" places of rest, where "wet goods" are supplied the thirsty and where ' the weary are at rest." ' The Gopher Gold Mine and Milling Company are putting up machinery and ioon will commence piling rich gold rock on their dump. This com pany have recently put in a 10-horse dower Weber hoisting engine, and are making many other improvements. progressing on the canal which will connect the river Papaioapam with the Consolacion river, making a water way of great importance w hich will permit the rapid transportation of goods be tween Tlacotalpam and Saltabarrancn. The trips that are now made by steam ers plying between the two places con sume seven or eight hours going, and the same on the return trip. But by? the new route the round trip will lw able to be accomplished in three hours. The region traversed by this canal pro duces aguardiente, sugar, corn, ceiree, etc, etc. - . . . ai-MNGNEWIS. James H. Graham, the Fortuna Blaisdell stage proprietor, has been in town for several days. He gives a glowing aceount of La Fortuna mine, and says it is growing bigger right along, rather than 'working out, as mines in some countries often da. Mr. Grahaui says that the country around i Fortuna also contains a number of al- rAii Absolutely Pure. (VlorafreJ. for ts jfr;at leavenln- Btrenjfth a -.tl liealthfulu i. .Buro the fod ugm t alum anl all tttrm.- ef adulteration uhxiuisb to tin -cheap brand-.-. ROYAL BAK1NU PO;DEU CO., N11W YORK A MINER S BURIAL. 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. ARZONA. ready discovered first class properties, Our old friend, Sam Foran, judging which, as soon as capital takes hold of from his vinaceousness, appears to have them, will prove no small producers. Yuma Sun. Col. Jas. A. Fleming, president of the Black Warrior Copper Co., arrived c i r . T3i : . I Oil ounuay irtmi ijiuum, iu iilhjc Meyer's up to the Anna mine mill, be tne company's mine3 and advice as to "turned back the hands of time," and is now as happy over the railroad prospects as any kid in Chaparral. from All alon" the Bis Bus Joe ing as far up that classic stream as we had the pleasure (?) of goin', placer miners were seen "rocking the cradle" or working tho sluice boxes. We did not visit the Lotta mill and mine, but from "Auaville" could hear its stamps pounding away on rich rock one half mile away, up a gulch putting iuto Big Bug on -tire south. The Anna mill has shut down -.emp-orari'y, but was expected to resume operations soon. The Henrietta wine and mill was running with irs usual complement of men aud appeared to be .turning. out its quota of yellow wealth. The Little Jessie .- line and mill con tinues to hold its own as one of the best gold-bar producing mines in old Yavapai count). There is much more to be said about the Big Bui", Chaparral and Bumble Bee country, but as our visit was merely a "hop, skip and jump" across country, we will reserve further re marks iu this connection until another, time and visit, when more time will be taknnia looking up those sections. Pick and Drill. INTERIOR MEXICO NOTES. fuiure operations. We understand that devwlopment work will be n.orb actively prosecuted. Globe Silver I Belt. ' ', Ed Schieffelin is Buried on His Cld Camp Ground. The last rites were performed at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon over the re mains of Ed SJiictfelin, the discoverer of Tombstone, who died in Canyon- vil!e, Oregon, on May 14th, and by his j last request was to he burieu in tne city which he founded. The ceremon ies took plae in Sch'efFelin hall, which was draped in beautiful and ap porpriate design and waj crowded with peop'e from Uisbeo and other points, who gathered here to do honor to the one they had loved. Colonel Harris of Tucson, w ho was formerly a , -i i Lcitizen of Tombstene, and who knew V- . 0 J spent Sunday in town, f . , i the deceased well, ave the funeral ad lnformed us . ' . 1 .!-.. . U A that development work on the com- . . r " J , ... anany virtuoi of the dopartad. Ihe pany's claim was progressing fairly, j.- -" n -f , - In the new. shaft on the Kasser . J . i. i. , v..r. mine at a depth of a3 feet, very gosd i , 1 t'her discovery of ionibstone, where a ore was . encounterecu. - ine company ,, ......... , , . ,ii , ferave had been du- iroui . the solid ha.v recently -bonded a .number " . . , . , . . .. T . rock.' vHis remains were followed to of "gold -ckims. .in . tho . JLost ... , i , rne prai uyn vast eonconrse-op-peo-"' lTl '...i," ..:..-i : i. prospected. Globe Silver Belt. B A llarasztliy, representing the Gulc-h resriua "which will be thorcaj iSALTlLLo: Ihere is some talk oi ! erecting a new sanitarium here for people with lung troubles. The work on the new railroad under the direction of Chief Engineer Ablott, is progressing in the aost per fect order. MlciiOACNr The flour mill at Pates, this state' is about to resume work again, after having been shut down for a 'year. It is now hoped that there will be some returns as there is more animation in agricultural circles than heretofore. j Sajt Luis Potosi: The cereal crops of the district of Rayon, under the lvost favorable circumstances, will not give the results - anticipated. It i estimated that this crop will only yield thirty-three per cent of. what w;as reckoned on. Boquillas bnx. Carmen: There are many mines being worked here which promise to turn out well. A company was recently formed here called La Alianza which has been working the El Pacific mine and annexes withu ex cellent results crease in the especially in the mining circles. -""'Hidalgo: The flooded mines of Pa- chuca showed the following for the lowering of water durin last week:- The Cairelia one metre, twenty-foar csntimetres; the Xotol two metres, seventy six centimetres; the San Ra fael two metres, twelve "centimetres; the San Juan one metre, seventy centi metres, and El Carmen eleven metres. Vera Cftuz: News comes from Tlacotalpam that the operations are well known mining and real estate J firm of Harszthy fc Carpenter, and ' Mr. Campbell, a prominent mining man from Prescott, who once operated the famous Vulture mine, in Yavapai county, for Senator Tabor, made an investigating trip last week to the Dos Palms and Corn Springs districts, north of Salton. They returned Wednesday with roseate reports of that country. There is now being shipped a great deal, of rich ore, which conies from small, very rich stringers, iu whijh the country abounds. There are a good many prospectors and miners in the cou.itry, and they- all appear to be doiug well. There is abundance of water obtain able, both from tanks and living springs. The outlook for the Dos Palms auJ Cam Springs districts, ac cording to" these reports, is very bright. Yuma San. famous prospector Tombstone camp. LIVE STOCK ITEMS. CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. LEW PU, PROPRIETOR. ANDY CATHARTIC j NURECOHSTIPATIOHV t At! DRUGGISTS i care any raxe of constipation. Co.varr t are the Iileal Laxa.ft t inortT iimrT xr unininmnrhtiiu J ADOUbUlCibl UUflilHlULDU urr. tr crip or cripe. but cause r.oy natural rraults. bam -4 f nleand booklet free. Id. STKKMNfi KEMKDT ().. Chicaro. Montreal. Can., or New lork. 91T. Hotel There is a notable iu- business of the place, The True Remedy. W. M. Repine,' editor Tiskilwa, 111., uChief,"siiys: We Van't keep house without Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs . and ' Colds. Experimented with many fathers, but neer got the true remedy until we used Dr.. .King's New Discovery. iNo other remedy can take'its place in'-our home, as in it we have ti certain aud sure cur for Coughs, Colds, -'Whooping Cough, etc " Jt is idle to experiment with other remedies;. even if they are urged oit'ty.ou as just as gaod as Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not as good, because this reixedy has a record of cures and i.-sides"is jjuaran teed. It never fails to satisfy. Sold by Chenoweth it Alix. There is no better hotl at which to stop when you go to 'Los Angeles, California, than tho Ilollenbeck. . Ari-zon-4US make this magniliceut house their -headquarters for they get first class treatment there at reasonable rates. '1 he housi is first class and up to date in every respect. JJe sure and i o-o there when vou make yoer summer trip to California' ' Typewriter supplies at the Line City store. The sto.-k trains which were delayed last week along the lines of railway in New Mexico, because of the wa.shoi.t3, which have been frequent of late, were all started on their way cast this morning. Tho calf crop in Southern Arizona is better this spring than it has been for several years. .. The rush of Mexican cattle still continues. The McKinley law will stop business-along -the border. The outlook for the cattle busiress is brighter now than it has been for years. Those who stay now will win out. Antonio Sosa has taken the contract i and is uncier nona to nil cue same, to gather and deliver at the stock yards at Tucson or shipment 1,650 head of cattle belonging to the estate of John Chareleau. . The cattle range! on the Lower San Pedro,' in Cochise county. One drive of 500 head has already been made and' Mr. Sosa is now busy gathering . for a second shipment. Stock in this suction are in excellent condition and the ranchers are hope ful for the coming year Tombstone Prospector. - Stock throughout the Sulphur Spring valley were never;in bettor' condition as this' season of the year than now. and especially is this true.of that .sec--tion "of along the-west side f. Dos; Ca bezas and Chiricahua, mountains. .In the IJijgs neighborhood good beef may lie had and all the young stock is in fair marketable condition; and - all along down the valley the same condi tions prevail. Feed is abundant and ttK'kinen are jubilant. Tombstone Prospector: . -' The only First-class Hotel in Nogales., JNTewl;y- Refitted. First Class DINING ROOM. - Robert Williams. .'"... .... Proprietor. Hollidays. Saint John's Day June 24th. Independence Day July 4th. What arrangements have been made to celebrate. Mexican drawn work at prices at the Line City Store. lowest We Can Save Yon Money And that is what everybody is trying to do these days, THE IljEX) HOUSE Headquarters iu Nogales for the celebrated Banister,. Shoes, and Stetson Hats. FINE SUITS, GENTS' UNDERWEAR,. TIES AND FITRNISIIIJSGS, - , '. CORSETS, DRESS GOODS, RIBBONS Wholesale and Eet ail Dealer in Dry Goods, , : ;i Boots, Shoes, Notions, Etc. - Hie Reel JrTotTse, Nogales, Airzona. Old. Mason "Whiskey, DRAFT BEER t . .. - .. Over One Hundred Varieties oft Imported Liquors. Cordials and. Fine Wines. Talle Unsurpassed for Quality aid Best Service. no Iiully & Calisher..