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ISSUED WEEKLY AT NOG ALES, ARIZONA. BV JUNE 5, 1897. Sprinkle Morley Avenue. The present membership of the church is estimated at 375,000. Haxsa didn't realize how small a fellow he was until he rot into the senate. raismm mm. SOUTHWESTERN RANGE. f Newsy Happenings of Local In- . terest to Lire Stockmen. Ben Hambleton Boards Their I A,fred Doaai1 cnwed 740 head of cattle at San Pedro this week. Ami Craft. They Considerably Beat Him Up. A United States Man-of-War Takes The Men in After a Short Run. The future of Nogales is more prom ising than that of any other town in Arizona. The first act of the twentieth lens o ature will dp to repeal that "Bull Tick" stock law. Silver will win ov:t in 1900. Gold bugs and high tariff tic kerers are lay ing the G. O. P. in its grava Mexicax money and silver are lower now under McKinley prospertiy than they have ever len before. It seems the S. P. hasn't yet taken formal charge os the N. JI. & A. and Sonera railways yet, but will as soon as they are through taking stock which will be about the 15 th. The bimetallic commission is enjoy ing a splendid junket, but is a useless one. If the United States wants to escape the evils of the gold standard it must act independently. There are a lot of democrats in Arizona who are making more fuss about who will be the republican gov ernor than the republicans are them selves and the Phoenix Gazette is hurting worse than any of them. Wonder why the Pho-mix Gazette is making such a fight to land its favorite for governor? Mr. JlcCord is u good man for a republican, but it looks bad for him to have tho dem ocrats making his fi&ht. Oxe of the most notable things about the opening of the tariff debate was the republican acknowledgement that, instead of the prosperity they promised, the business of the country was in an awful condition. Of course they claim that everything will boom after the tariff bill becomes a law. Fort Lauderdale, (Fla.) May 31st. An attempt to start a big expedi tion of men, arms and munitions of war on the filibuster, Dauntless, from New River inlet at daylight this morning led to a murderous assault on Special Inspector Hambleton and a defiance of the "United States authori ties which will lead to serious results. The filibuster was seized by the cruiser Marblehead. Hambleton was aboard the schooner Privateer when the filibustering steamer Dauntless was seen Friday j A. O. Jahren crossed a bunch of Mexican cattle at Sorilla the first of the week. Col. W. J. Cotton f Phoenix, went to Casita Wednesday to examine a bunch of cattle. Geo. M. Ripple and W. R. Carson arrived recently from Lamed, Kansas, and are looking for cattle. L. E. Anderson, the cattle buyer, came in Irom Los Angeles Wednesday to look for Mexican cattle. J. V. Vickers of Tombstone, was in Nogales and went out to Altar with Dr. Geo. Goedfellow Tuesday to look a at buncn or cattle. C. C. Freneh went Sunday to No gales to supervise a shipment of cattle from Calabasas that was to be made yesterday to go over his lines. ' ! 1 J- W. Macrum, the Denver eattle buyer, arrived a few days ago on his second visit to Willcox and took a trip to the country to Iqok at cattle. Frank Siegel came in from Geronimo A FINE TIME. night close in to New river. On be-1 Saturday after shipping about 1600 of ing observed, she ran to sea and dis appeared. The Privateer anchored in New river to watch operations, and a dispatch was sent notifying the au thorities at Jacksonville. The Daunt less reappeared Sunday uiht and a short while after the river steamer Biscay ne came in and immediately be gan to transfer coal and munitions of war to the Dauntless. The signals of the Dauntless bv.rned brightly and a huge fire on the sandpit at the inlet illuminated the huge breakers rolling over the bar and enabled the filibusters to hold a position convenient for re ceiving the rest of her earge at the first show of daylight. It was a night of suprcssed excite ment to both parties, especially so to OiEcer Hambleton, who, with the as sistance of three men, who constituted the crew of the Privateer, had determ ined to board and capture the two steamers with their crews and recruits consisting of nearly one hundred men. With the first streak of gray light the steamer JJisjayne went down to the j the Y cattle. He has thus far shipped over 13.000 head front Arizona .this season. Dr. Adair, the U. S. live stock sanitary inspector, came over from Bisbee Tuesday and went to Saabe to inspect some eattle for A. Steinfeld of Tucson. Mr. W. E. Travis, the government contractor, left last evening for the northern portion of the territory where he goes to look after his mail route and beef contracts. Herald. Will Whitlow went to San Bernar dino this week with a few carloads of fat cattle purchased from Shields & Price by Mr. Gayner, a California cat tle buyer. Florence Tribune Coyotes are running uiad now and those going iuto the country had best go prepared for them. One of the boys on tiie 3 C ranch was treed by one of tlrt species this week. Deining Headlight. Thirty-eight head of Hereford bulls from the Morgan fc Treat ranch were The M- E Church Scores a Grand Success- The social at the M. E. church was a grand success, both socially and financially. The music, singing and whistling was first class. Especially was Broderick's whistling and Miss Ruiz mandolin playing: Following is the program: Quartet Gathering Home Mrs. Dilley and Chatham and Messrs. Ddley and Young. Vocal Solo The Feast Win. Young. Piano Duet Misses Jesus Ramirez and Maria Ruiz. Transcription from MoskowskL Reading By S. V. Dilley. Vocal Solo Mercedes Mrs. II. KL. Chenoweth. Mandolin Solo Little Fisher Maiden Miss Maria Ruiz. Vocal Solo Mrs. S V. Dilley Selec tion from Martha, Reading By Fred Hen-era Dickens, Mr. Pickwick and Mrs. Bardell. Vocal Solo Miss Maria Ruiz Orchi t u rgini Danza. Quartet Mesdames Dilley and Chat ham and Messrs. Dilley and Young By ihe riverof Babylon. The whistling by Conductor Will Broderick was excellent and a rare treat to ail. He beats the birds in their own business. Every musical performance was en thusiastically received and heartily encored. WILUAM ROY. ED. TTTCOMB. Hoy & Titcomb, Commission Merchants. Df alersiru Lumber Doors and Windows Lime and Cement, Yalolioe Oils Giant Power, Fuse and Caps, Coal and Coali, Octagon Steel Iron Roofing, Bar Ii-on, T. Hails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sosora, Sinaloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENE VB, FIRE CLAY" CO, COMMON SENSE WHIM CO. Agents for NOGALES, THE MEXICAN GOLD & SILVER KKCOVKKY CO., LIMITED. GIANT POWDER CO. LEONARD t ELLIS. ARIZ- P. SAXDOVAL. A. SANDOVAL. They Bobbed Vasquez. Miguel Rosa and Ignacio Galleirok are in trouble. They have been sys temati. ally robbing Ramon Vasquez and he oljected to the extent of hav ing them a. rested and taken before Judo Duffy, who bound them over in in the sum of 500 each. Their crims consists of having taken from Mr. Vaquez's store silks, calico's and shoes to the amount of S133. Gallego has been with Vasquez for years and so much confidence was placed in him that the fellow was al lowed to sleep in the store at nilit to guard it. The confidence was mis placed, however, for the fellow al lowed Roca, according to evidence, to go in at night and carry out the goods and take them to his house where they P. Sahdoval C. N03ALF3. ARIZONA, asd NOGALE3, 80NOBA- Custon? Moose Brokers ai?d Commission Merchants. CUSTOM HOT3B BROKERS FOR Cie du Bo!eo, Ca. Ca, (Dura Mexican Gold and Silver 'Recovery Co. L., Quintera Mg. Co., and for the le di ng houses in Sonor . CABLE: LAVODNAS. There should be no delay in paying S. S. PrestP.n the revard for capturing Jim Parker the trtin robber and mur derer. Sheriff Rufner has paid the S1000 offered by l-.iin.self and Governor Franklin will pay as soon us the pro per affidavits are made. Tho railroad and express companies will come up soon no doubt. Mr. Preston will have Lis money. An important conference was held in Washington this week, those in at tendance being President Black, Treas urer Clark, Secretary Gardners and Representative McMillin, chairman of the clubs. The conference was held to Arrange the details for carryin out the plan adopted by the executive com mittee of the association at its meet ing last month, relative o A thorough organization of the democratic clubs throughout the country. Work will be started at once in Maryland, Ohio, J New Jersey, Virginia, Iowa and Mas sachusetts, these states receiving first attention because they are to hold im portant elections this year. bar and was soon alongside the Daunt- j shipper I from Tucson Friday by; Prpft I were found by Mr. Vasquez. and less aain,and the work of transferrin ! J- A. Rockffcllow, and unloaded here. to the filibuster was renewed. Thcy were divided among Monk Bros. The Privateer immediately made sail, ana OfEcfir Hambleton, with Ball and Carroll of the Privateer crew, sprang into the dingy, an.J, with a shotgun as his only weapon, gained the side of the Biscay ue. Here they were met by the steamer's mate, who warned them off. Officer Hambleton ma:'e known his mission and domande-l te be allowed to board. Being refusrd he seized the gun and sprang aboard, followed by assistants. He was met with bitter carses ami threats. The guu was wrenched from his hand, and while two men held him the others kicked and beat him until few of the more humane interfered. Hambleton was then hustled aboard the dingy and pushed off. Be lore it had proceeded a dozen rods the Dauntless case off her that far away and interesting country. Jake Shearer, L. Duval and Rockfellow & Sjrxos.-, and wore a fine lot. Mr. Carl Stanley, of Abbey, Col., has been in town for a tew days await ing the arrival of cattle for shipment. Mr. Stanley has already shipped five or six trainloads of stock to his section besides making a shipment of fine bulls purchased from Col. II. C. Hooker : f Sierra Bonita ranch. Willeox Stock man. Guy Boschke an employee f the Erie Cattle Co., was in town today 'on business. Mr. Boschke states that three well known cowboys on the range left on March 22 for Peru to hunt fortune and fame. The three, Messrs. John Ho war., Frank Sanaford and fc'rien weut weil equipped and they promised to write their impressions of Deputy Sheriff Broderick yesterday morning. v neii ltDca and tjrallego were ar rested and taken before Jude Duffy, Gallego pleadea guilty but said Roca was equally guilty. Roca denied he knew anything about the goods more than that Gallego had brought them to his house, saying that he Gallego had purchased them, but the evidence was so strong that they were both held. $1000 for those who find it. Senator Vest oponed his short tariff speech by saying: "There will be no factious opposition to the passage of this bill. We know the desperate condition of this country, the ruiaed homes, the blaste I hearts. If pros perity can come, even from our politi cal opponents, e will not only wel come if, but we will bless the moment when it comes; but I do not believe that higher tariff duties will brim; Lack the sunshine and ilh'iniuate tl'e country," and closed with the follow ing: If our friends can b:ing relief, if they can shed light upon our darkened path, I v ill hail it no matter in whoe hiids may be the lamp. Give us prosperity; relieve the people Put blood aain in the veins of the torpid country. Do this, and I will accept the boon, no matter whence it comes." lines and steamed hurriedly out to sea, while the Bis -ayne t-ped away for the inlet with half her cargo aboard. This sudden uiovemeiiiit was explained e. moment later when the United States warship Marblehead was p'ainly seen in the southeast. The telegram of Sunday morning had started the ship from Key West. The Dauntless had a good start and was making fourteen knots an hour. The Marblehead gained very slowly until steam was raised in another boiler when she rapidly overhauled the fili buster and took her in charge. The chase was an exciting one and lasted several hours, but the gallant little filibuster was no match for the swift man-of-war. The Marblehead is due at Key West in the morning with her prize. To Curu CfJiMiiidilton Forever. Take Cuscarcts Candy Cathnrtic 10c or Sc. It C C. C. fatl to cure. druggists refuuu money. Little Lociiiel Note-. Lochiel, A. T., June 3. Father Julius lrom Nogales has been at Lochiel a couple of days hold ing services for the benefit of the naughty people of thia place. Deputy Collector Behan seized about ninety head of cattle and ar rested three vaqueros for failing to re port to Uicle Sum for duties. Prospector. The cattle shipments through and from this point during the past seven days exceeded even loot weeki ship ments. 18,610 head tell the tale this week, which required 456 car; "Jto transport them to eastern markets and pasturage. Quu-e a large portion of the cattle shipped this week were yearlings, which accounts far the small number of cars used. Included in tho above were 500 head delivered by S. S. Carpenter. Deming Headlight. C. C. French of Fort Worth, Texas, traveling live stock agent tor the Rock Island and T. P. railroads, was in the ci-y yesterday. Since he was in Tuc son a couple of weeks ago, ha has visited Phoeuix and points ia Sonora, including Guay mas Ho reports cattle business fine all along the line; that the cattle shipped from Arizona this year are as good; if not better, thau any cattle that he has ever seen shipped off of the range anywhere. There were 2000 head more cattle re ceived in Fort Woith during the last week of April, and the first two weeks of May, than in St. Louis, numbering in all about 22,000 head; the bulk of which were shipped from points in New Mexico, Arizona and Mexico, Arizona furnishing the greater part. Citizen. Decoration day was properly ob served iii Nogales. The militiamen and Old soldiers marched to- the ceme tery and decorated the graves. Judge I Eb Williams n.ade a neat little speech appropriate for the occasion. A.fter returning to town the militia company saluted the Mexican consulate and the U. S. custom house. Later Collector Chenoweth did the right thing by the boys. Jos. Rougny has opened the French hotel in the Fregoso building in No gales, Sonora, in fine style. He will soon ad a restaurant to the hotel where people can get a first class meal. Orders taken at the Line City Stpre for fine sum mer suits, shirts and fine ties. W. S. Smith returned from the Gua- comea mines Sunday. Nice crash suitings for summer wear at a discount at the Line City Store, LIVE STOCK ADVEHTISMENTS. What is the missing word in the following sentence : Schillings Best tea is not only pure but it is - because it is fresh-roasted. ... Get a package of Scttlinsfs Best tea at your grocers ; take out the YetlotB Ticket; send it with your guess to Schilling's Best Tea, San Francisco, by August 31st. One gueas allowed for every yellow ticket. If your guess reaches us befora Ju!y 1st, you are entitled to two guesses for each ticket. If only one person finds the word he gets $1000, If several find it, th $1000 will be divided equally among them. Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one en velope will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it, In addition to the $1000 offered we will pay $100 each to the two personj who send in the largest number of Schillings Best yellow tickets before Juna 15th. Cut this out. You won't see it again for two weeks. A Schilling & Company San Francisco Notice for Publication. Homofrtea 1 Eatry No. 1391.) Lisd Office at 'Pircsoi. Abtz., April 28. 1897. Notice is hereby giT-n tliat t!io following B&med wttler has filed notiee of his intention to make final proof in support ol his claim. and that said proof will be made be.'ore the R?irister and Receiver of the U. 8. Land Cnce at Tucson, Arizona, on June 12. 1897, viz: Joseph Eaphan, of Tobac, Pima county Arizona. f.r the 8V4 of tEH of Sec. 31. Tp. 30 Notice of Probate. In the Probate Conrt of tbeConnty of Pima, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of Nicolas Chazet . decsasrd. Notice of time and place for probate of will. Notice Is hereby riven that Wednesday, the 9th day of Juae. 1897, at 11 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the court room of said conrt, at the conrt hoass in the city of Tucson, County of Sec Sd and KH of NE1, Km. he. and the same is hereby appointed the R. IS K.. G. and 8. R. M, time for proving the last will and testament of O'DONNELL BKO'S. Postotlice, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. side and a hrand on left left hip. McCARTY & SON, Postoffice, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. JSVI braMd- JOHN II. SLAUGHTER, Postoffice, Tombstone, Arizona. Range, San Bernardino ranch. AH above. cattle and horses branded as He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence npon and cultivation of. said lard, viz. John F. lllack. of Tnbac, ArizoRa: fc'abino Otero, Tnbac, Arizona; Lyiran Bmith. Tccson, Arizona; Henry Levin of rwn, Arizona. EfGEXE J. TRIPPEL. Register. Date of rt p . Miration May 1. PURE FOOD A'! DnINK The way to introduce a good thing that peop.e really want is to money-; back it. Schillings Best Nicolas Chazet, deceased, aad hearing: the ap plication of Etujenia A. D. Chazet. for letter testamentary, and any person interested may appear and contest the said will, and may file objections in writimr to the granting of letters testamentary to petitioner. Dat.Hl May 18th, 1897. J. 8. Wood, Probate Clerk. By S. W. Pubcm-i., Deputy Clerk. First publication May 22. 1897. tea coffee soda baking pwder tiavoriitK extracts and pics for example. For sale by A. F. Paredes & Co. THE NOGALES ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. XTogales, - - Ariz. Roy & Titcomb, Managers. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE VIDETTE.