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THE BORDER VIDETT E. " NOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1897. 62 . . 1 V LOCAL BRIEFS. Patent Phetomailers at tke Line City Store. John Black, mayor of Tubac, was in town Tuesday. Geo. Montague came up from Guay mas Sunday night. Master Mechanic Johnson came up from Guaymas Sunday. Mrs. George Weyler came up from Minn Prietas Sunday evening. I ' U. S. Consul K. Hughes Long went to Guaymas Tuesday morning. Albert Morawetz went to Sonera Tuesday morning on business. Orders taken for all kinds of mens suits and shirts at the Line City Store. Mrs. S. M. Aguirre and children re turned from Huachuca Sunday morn ing. The Examiner delivered in Nogales for 65 cents a month by the Line City Store. Mrs. J. "K. Nolan was down from Crittenden Sunday and Monday shopping. J. N. Zeigenfuss returned to Phoe nix Sunday morning but will return to Nogales soon. There were several now coons in town this week, brought here by the Swifty-Conners fight. Mrs. J. A. Gowan and son returned to Los Angeles Monday night after a month's visit in Nogales. Tuesday wa3 "steamer day" in Ne gates and the "dobe" dollars just rolled into the collection bags. Hy L, Caraway is in from his 13a canuchi ranch in Srmora shaking hands with hia many friends. Doctor J. S. Bell returned Tuesday from El Paso and will remain in No gales a few weeks resting up. Mus-ical instruments of all kinds at the Line City Store being sold at cost. Call before they are all gene. T. F. Uroderick has been quite ill for ten days but is up again. He went to Tucson Tuesday with a U. S. prisoner. Pete Cazibon has opened his res taurant after having it thoroughly overhauled. The place is neat and clean now. A small dancing party was had Sunday night in one of tke roomr. of the Mexican custom house. A pleas ant time was had. Gerald M. Fennel came in Monday from Tucson in the interest of the New York Mutual Life Insurance Co. , and went to Guajmas. Eugene "Wolf is back from Cripple Creek, Colorado, where he has been for a year. He says that country is all rit;lit and he made money while there. "Swifty" :-.nOjked out Dan O'Con nr; in the seventh round at the circus tent last Sunday nijit. The fight was for blood much to the surprise of many j as they thought it would bo a tote. Hon Sam F. Webb and family went to the Favorita mine this week to re main a month or two. Mr. Webb is now hauling ore from the mine aud shipping-it to Ei Paso, Texas, for treatment. The ore is very rich iu lead und silver and pays bi-. For neatness and convenience the Hollenbeck hotel takes the lead in L-)S An-eles. The hotel is run in first class Shane iu makes a specialty tf enteitiiiniiii: Arizonans. If you wa-it j to find your Arizona friends when you j go to the city go to the Hollenbeck j iote.. C. C. French, live stock agent of the Texas ,v Pci ic mid the Chicago, llock Island t 1'ncitie Railroads was in No gales Monday and Tuesday rustling up business for Lis roads These Hups have never had a mau out here beiore but Mr. French s-iys they wul make a fight for thn IniMiH-ss in future. lie has done we'd t!.is trip and sent over forty cnrlo.uls of cattle over his lines last week. He is of the opinion that the comiii? of theS. P. will be a benefit to this portion of the country. Miss Olive Mix, daughter of our townsman J. B. Mix, left last week for a three years' course at a Wheeling-, West "Virginia, school. Miss Olive is a bright girl and will come back w ith a finished education. Capt. L. W. Mix, her, uncle, accompanied the young lady. Her many Nogales Iriends wish her a successful term. Mrs. Jack Faulds came in Monday morning and surprised Jack. Though he expected her soon he didn't know just what day she and the boy would arrive and she walked in on her hus- liand much to his joy. Mrs. Faulds ! has been east for three years. j There is no better hotel at wkich to stop when you go to Los Angeles, California, than the Hollenbeck. Ari zonans make this magnificent house their headquarters for they get first class treatment there at reasonable rates. The house is first class aud up to date iu every respect. 15e sure aud go there when you muke your summer trip to California Several more Yaquis went to Her mosiilo and surrendered last week. They had not previously signified their intentions of keeping the peace. Mr. Luis Martinez is erecting at Guaymas a two story building which will be occupied by his office when completed. It will be a handsome structure. At Guaymas today Jose M. Mayto rena and Miss Ernestina Maytorena, will be married. The young couple are members of two of the most prom- j inent families of the Souora metropolis. The Mexican Minister at Washing ton, Mr. Matiaa Romero, has laid a formal protest before the state depart ment, by the occupation of Mexican territory by the Yuma Indians, and asks the return of them to the United States. m W. B. WELTON, THE ELECTRICIAN. ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK. WIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY PURPOSE. its fiT ifft r? r3 SPECIAL ELECTRIC FIXTURES FOR SALE. SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS INSTALLED. 31IN1XG SEWS. Supt. R. M. Strauss passed through here Monday night on his return to La Fortuua from a short visit in Los Angeles. Wednesday in company with Assistant Superintendent Martin he met C. D. Lane at Ogilby aud ac companied him back to Ynma where he remained over night, visiting his numerous acquaintance and the fol lowing day went to Los Angeles. Mr. Lane is t!:e principal owner of the Fortutsa miiie and was on his way to examine some mining property in New Mexico. Yuaia Sentinel. Col. J. Boa Young, Geo. Hilsinger aud P. Culver havu the contract for hauling the ore from the King of Ari zona geld mine to Mohawk Summit, on the S. P. They have about 72 ani mal:; and 15 wagons, delivering the first carload last '1 hursday.. This is the rich cold claim in" the S. H. moun tains in which Epes Randolph, super intendent of this division of the S. P. railroad, has one-fourth interest. In looking over the discovery with others ho noticed a party offering 15,000 for that portion. "Look here, sir," with a keen Kentucky accent, "just jatnp into my bugy, teke my special car with me ami go to Los Angeles aud I will -,ive yoa 20, 000 iu hard cash.'. It was dime. On We luesday the King of Arizona Mining Coi-pany's mill on the Gila river, near Mohawk, started up on ore from the now famous King of Aiizona viine, and from the two tons crushed during the first day's run over ?1200 j worth of j;o'd was extracted. The ore, while probably as good as Hy in the j mine, was not selected with any view j to milking an extraordinary run. Such it certainly is, hovever, for no other I mine ever discove.ed in Arizona pro- j duced ruch wnnd;rful lock, which, it, it anywhere near holds out in value, ( will u;ake all the owners of the King . o:' Arizona very wealthy men in a short time. The nve-stamp mill started tip iu gt-l shape, and as soon as the contractors, Culver &, Youug, are able to kevp a sufficiency of ore on hand, it will b run continuously. Culver V Young have put two-thirty mule teams ou, and we 'inderstand will put two more such teams on iu the near future. The road from tl.c mill to Gleasou is not yet quite completed, but will be verv soon. Yuma Sun. Absolutely Pure. FcleVratcJ fr 'ts irrrat leavenin strength m-.l liealtlifulnw-B. A8.-nre the food wot alum ami all forms fcf adulteration cosanma to thehpbrn&. vnwv 1UJ I A Ll JWVRl-M-T IU, Lli'l v,w., .111 " W; B. WELTON, NOGALES. ARZONA. THE MEXICA1VA MINE. lA Rich Paying Silver and Lead Property. The Mexicana mine seventy-five miles from Nogales in Sonora is one of the lest silver aud lead mines in that state. L. L. Lindsey is the superin tendent aud he has a model camp. Everyone does his work and the camp is neat and clean. There is no drunkenness ullowed. There is a sys tern of checks and only three drinks a day are allowed each man. More than that amount is liable to lead the drinker intemperance and then he will lose his job, for when a man gets drunk he is discharged. The result is that thre is no more orderly camp in the whole state of Sonora. The company store is well stocked with general merchandise and prices are very reasonable. Dr. Clark is the company physician aud is a favorite iu thu camp. The mine is a silver and lead prop osition and pays welL The main shaft is now down three hundred and fifty feet in good ore. The ore is hauled to Nogales where it is leaded onto cars and shipped to El Paso, Texas, for treat ment. There are one hundred men employed all the time taking out ore aud doing development work. The road to Nogales from the mine is one of the .finest mountain vagon roads in the country and teams can draw t'reat laads over it. The scenery is unsurpassed and during the rainy season the grass along the road and around the mine is two and three feet hisjh. A. F. Paredcs tfc Co. era owners o I the mine. LITTLE HUACHUCA. Some Things That Arc Hap pening at the Fort. Fort Huachuca, May 29, 1897. Avery Curry, a stockman near Charleston, was among our visitors i during the week. Mrs (. harles L Douglass is slightly under the weather at this place but expects to be all right in a few days. Jlr. T L Rice and sou is expected home from the east in a short time a letters from him indicate the almost complete recovery of Mrs Rice from her late illness. James McCarty & Sons are putting : .).. P tvon rnnms with a up it i rai'ii-'ii - I veranda all round and will include all tliu modern conveniences. This will le one of the most handsome homes in this vicinity. James D. Lowrc-y and family, a prominent stockman of this plaee, were visitors here today. Mr. Lowrey is well known as one of the best range men in this section and a number one hand with the riata. j itoberts, one oi our cuwwo .iiiS CALIF! I'M CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. LEW PU, PROPRIETOR. I RP rnNCTERATIftlri ALL DRUGGISTS nUuulJU 1 UU l uuauau iuuu tire. nTer Tip or cnpcmii rauiw pie and booklet free. Ad. STKKUXG UEMKDY CO-. Chicago. WontryL Cnn., or ew lorfc .IT m onte'zuma N ormal Commencement- The Viuettk is iu leceipt of an in vitaticn to attuiid the annual co.u lueucemeut o the Teriitoriul Normiii school at Tempe Irom June 6 to 12. lollowing is the ca cndei : Suuday, June G. 1" accalaureiite Sermwii ly Ilev. C. Oburn, at the Baptist cliurch 7:30 p. m. j lon(!ay, June 7. ChihS day. Li terary exercises and presentation of 1 memorial, on the campus, 7:45 p. m. ! Wednesday, June 9. Anniversary tf literary societies.- Literary exercises (by the Zeteti; and the Hesperian I societies, on the coinpus, . :4D p. m Fiiday, June 11. U:uuieucement day. Graduating exercises, on the campus. 7:45 p. in. Saturday, June 12 Alumni day Annual meeting and banque", at Nor mal hull, 8. p. m. of the Upper San Pedro, coutem-I plates moving o:i ins rancu on tc - . , T " i I. Habiiconml l:l and mane n. uis numc ranch and has let a large adolje con tract with a view of building. Pat O'Uonnell and family were amongst the visitors and was one of the speccators at the great tiro we had here when oue stable an 1 ten horses were burned up. Put says he is ?,oing to sell out his itock interests and de velop his mining properties in Pearce which are considered rich. At a meeting of the school trustees of the Dabacomaria school district, V. II Kane, W. D. Fenter and Geo H Clarge, all members concurring, they oteic- The only First-class Hotel in Nogales. Newly Refitted. riLXicL .B xiixiisiie cl TIiroxTglioixt. First Class DINING ROOM. RATES RESONBIxE " -r t . ttt:ii: Robert Williams. Proprietor. SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. An ofi'er of 30,000 has been re fusal for the .Vexico mine near So- yopa. G. '. Le'.evier is now liookkceper at El Pioino for tht National A.exican Mining .fc Ijuveloping company. S-fior Rafael Garcia Martiiu-z, gov ernor of Lo cr Ciilifomia, has returned fruii his trip to the City of Mexico. Seiior Teo'.lo Gemstii, has taken command of the -unboat "Democrat," in pU; of ei or iHjur, who has left for the Citv of Mexico. Son:ethinj?to depend Ou. 31r. Jame Jones, of the drug tirm nf .lnm it Son. Cowdon, Id., in ...L-ii.. ,f Dr. Kin-''a New Dis- ,rv sins i.ii.ii List . inter his wife was attached with La Grippe, and her case yrew so seiious mat pnysiiana oh (iwili-u uu.l t.ina coaid vj noth- U1r for hT. It heen.vd to develop into Hasty Consumption. Jiaviug Dr. King's Ne.v Discovery iu store, and selling lots of it. h took a bottle home, and to the sji pi Ho ot all sue I.... to ret belter iiom the ilrst dose, and halt' dozen bogles cured Her ...fl and well. Dr. Kiiiji's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Golds is guaranteed to do this work. Trv it. Sold by Client weth jt ilix, iSogaleF, Vriz. engaged their present teacher, Charles E. M urray; this speakes volumns for Mr. Murmv as an educator. D. G. Chalmers, late speaker of the j houie. has loc.-.ted at ashington cimp with a view of developing his mining properties. The people of Washington camp, Lochiel and sur rounding country, weloome Mr. Chal mers back w idi open arms as they have not forgotten his kindness when deputy colector at Lochiel a few years alio. Hay freight, beef and grain con tractors and the public is general are jubilant oyer the prospect of this place being made a twelve company post. Uncle Sam appreciates the climate o. the Huachucas for his men; so does quite a number of health seekers, as also a goodly number of prospectors who are delving after the piecious meials as the Huachucas are coming to the front as a mining section. We Can Save You Money And that is what everybody is t-ying to do these days, THE KEB MOUSE Headquarters in Nogales for the celebrated Banister Shoes and Stetson Hats- FINE SUITS, GENTS' UNDER WEAK, TIES AND FURNISHINGS, CORSETS, DRESS GOODS, RII5BONS Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, .Boots, ances, iuuiuus, iiiv. ?1ivTlie Heel PJoiase, Ramon Vasquez, Nogales, Airzona. SOUTHWESTERN RANGE. Xewsy Happenings of Lcua! In- j terestto Live MocKin n. Wolf Sachs has closed the purchase of 180 head of tine steers. Tempe News. ! The San i-inion'Cattle Co. is now styled the San Simon Cattle and Canal j Company. . It is sail that fancy pricis are 1 elng offere 1 f or ckoice yearlings an I otoik cattle. Old Mason "Wliiskey, DRAFT BEER Over One Hundred Varieties of Imported Lio Cordial and Fine Wines. Table Unsurpassed for Quality and Best Service. "The CaSino" Lully & Calisher..