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JUNE 5, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year $2 00 aix. months 1 50 Three months 1 00 ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements, in either Spanish or English at the following prices in American money: One inch one month...... $1.50 Quarter column.. one month 7-00 Half column one month 12.50 full column one month 20.09 Local advertising at prescribed legal rates. Reading notices ten cents per line. Births, Marriages and Deaths published free. Advertising rates made known on applica tion Subscribers in any part of the city who fail to receive their paper at any time will confer a favor by notifying the business department. We will endeavor to rectify such errors. NOTICE The charges on Locals intheVl dxttk are 10 cents per line for the first insertion and 5 cents per line for each subsequent inser tion. Notices for churches and semi-charitable purposes arc half rata. Correspondence on all subjects of general in terest will be accepted, and news from any lo cality is solicited, especially from the mining camps anl agricultural districts. Wear3 not responsible for any contributed articles that appear in tho Vieette. LOCAL BRIEFS. Louis Proto came up from Imuris Sunday. Ed. Wheeler is up from Minos Prie tason business. Regular services at tho Methodist Church tomorrow. Dave Murphy went to Herruosillo Wednesday on business. A. S. Noon was over from Qro Blanco daring the week. Las Dos Xaciones, Fleischer's cigar store was opened this week. : Judge W. H. Barnes was in Nogales "Wednesday on legal business. The N. M. fc A. was this week furnished with S. P. stationery. . Fred Heyne went to Casita yester day to join the Nogales hunters. Hanry Brady, U. S. customs in spector, carae over Wednesday from Liochiel. R. C. Brown of the Phoenix Herald, was in Nogales during the week on business Theo. Fitch, the Singer sewing ma chine man, was down from Tucson during tho week.' M. Bornio and R. J. Downey went to Las Planchas Wednesday and re turned Thursday. E. .1. Pellegrin is happy over the arrival at his housa Wednesday, J ane 2, of a fine girl baby. There will be a meeting of the Ter ritorial Board of Equalization in Phoe nix Monday, June 7. W. S. Spurrier, representing the Waters-Pierce Oil Co. at El Paso will go to Guaymas today. It is reported that Banjo Dick is dead. It is said he died at Mazatlan last week of yellow fever. Fine watermelons, cherries, straw berries, blackberries and apricots at the California Fruit Store. Mose Drachman, the popular Ar- buckle coffce man, came down from Tueson Friday on business. . W. H. Pomeroy cau:e up from So nora Wednesday where he has been for several weeks on business. The government stable was burned at Fort Huachuca last Saturday uuJ ten horses were burned to death. A woman from France will soon open a big millinery store iu the build ing formerly occupied by L. Horvilleur. John and Mike Malouey are taking some hixh grade lead and silver ore out of their mine iu Walker Can yon. C. O Allen, superintendent of the Colorado Mining Ji Milling Co. at Las Planchas, was in town during the week. There will be no services at the Con gregational church tomorrow as Rev Mr. lie ild will not return iioiu his camping tour. Mr. H. J. Wood returned to Tueson after an extended visit to Ngals. a. large number of friends went to the depot to see her off. Mrs. A. C. Wright arrive! from Los Angeles yesterday wher- she has been for three months. Sie wired the doctor to meet her and he will likely be up tonight. James M. Johnson, chief clerk of the railway mail service at L"s An geles, was in Nogales Thursday check ing up the route. Pedro Valdcz aged 62 years and Gumesinda Chavez de Franco aged 45 years, were united in marriage yester day by Judge Duffy. Mrs. F. H. Seymour and daughter have fully recovered from their recent illness and will soon go to California to spend the summer. There will Le a number of Nogales parties go to Cibuta on the train to morrow to spend the day and return on the train at night. L. L. Lindsey, superintendent of the Mexicana mines went out to the mine Wednesday accompanied by Mr. Hebbs who goes out oh a pleasure trip. Chenoweth fc Mix have a youug lady, Miss Emma Walker, to wait on their customers at the soda fountain, where they have delicious ice cream soda. The Nogales Athletic club has a special dispensation for thirty days and new members will be admitted for 5.00 instead of the regular admission of ?10. Mrs. C. E. Martin, a deaf rn'ite was in town during the week soliciting subscriptions for "Yours Truly," a paper published at Dallas, Texas, by deaf mutes. Rev. J. II. Ileald, who with his family, is out on a camping and preaching tour, spent last Sunday at Crittenden preaching twice at that place. From there it was his inten tion to continue the trip, holding services at Rollin on Tuesday, at Har shaw Thursday, and at Washington Camp aud Duquesne on Sunday. Albert Behan, deputy collector of customs at Lochiel was in town Thurs day on U. S. court business. Mr. Behan on Tuesday seized about niuety head of Colin Cameron's cattle that had b?en brought across the line with out reporting at the custom house. Three vaqueros were arrested at the time. Mr. Cameron gave the pr-per bond and the cattle were released. Rev. J. II. Heald and fa n-ily were special guests at a grand picnic held by tho psople of Crittenden and vicinity on Thursday of last week. The picnie ground as about half way between rCHttenden and Harshaw, in a eaiian containing a clear stream of water and an abundance of shade tree3. About sixty people were present, and a grand good time and sumptuous repast were enjoyed by alL A full line of crash wool suits received by Fleischer! Bros. Just the thing for this country, in price as well as in quality. Their assort ment of summer clothing, silt coats and underware is the biggest in town. Call and see their new stock be fore the best selections have been made. THE HUNTERS. Some Of Nogales Ximrods Take an Outing. Dector Purdy, Consul Long, Mr. Morawich and Pete Hann went to Casita Tuesday on a hunting trip. Thev arrived there O. K. but uoou taking stock, they found they had number twelve cartridges and number ten guns, their coffee was not ground and they had no old cans in which they could pound it up. Following is a letter they wrote to Mr. Piper for goods: Mr. Piepr: Please send in the morning sure, 3 rolls of batter and 1 pound of ground coffee, our coffee is not ground. Please also ee Johnny Juud and ask him to send us a No. 12 gun. The one we have is a No 10, Please see Jonny tonight. Doc. Long. Hassa. " morewitcii SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. Two of tha mills at Prietas have shut down and the diamond drill at' the Creston is laved ou. Many are out of employment. lt is said that the new superintan- lent who took Mr. McCarthy's place at Prietas is firing men right and left to make reoxa for other people. Representatives of the United Verde company went out to the Mexicana mine Wednesday to expert the mine with the view of buying. Warren Hart, editor and proprietor of the El Paso Times, passed Thursday from Sonora where he tad been to look at some mines in which he is in terested with Ex-Gov. Thornton of New Mexico, Collector of' Customs Davis at El Paso, and Bill Fuel of the same place. The work of laying the foundation for the new theatre at Guaymas has been commenced. He Beat James. Thursday morning Sheriff L H. Ornie of Maricopa county, arrested one Miller, who was traveling in company with a deaf mutn taking subscriptions for Yours Truly. Miller and his deaf and dumb wite have been all over the territory and it seems the man has de frauded many people in different ways He takes orders to enlarge pictures and collects part of the money at the time of taking the order but fails to ever have any pictures enlarged. Not making money fast enough this way he commenced hiring buggy teams and borrowing money on them. His last act and the one for which Sheriff Ornie took him back to Phoenix was the pounding of a team to W. iv. James formerly of Nogales. He had hired tho team from Phil Metz of Mesa City and let Mr. James of Phoeaix have it for $100 on which Mr. James only charged him five per cent per month. Educate Your Ilowels With Cascareta. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C. C- C. fail, druggists refund money. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Unci- Sum Lisas Ten Horses at Fort Huachuca. The following was received by the Prospector yesterday from Fort Hua chuca and shows what havoi was wrought during the heavy storm there Saturday: During the thunder storm on the 29th lihtuin!; struck one of the gov ernment stables at this place complete ly raseing it to the ground and burn ins; up eiijht horses and two mules and other Jborsss had a narrow., escape . as they were 0"ly rescued by the most heroic efforts oi Uncle Saxi's men, it was also the fine work of the fire bri gade that prevented the tire from spreading to ot!.er buildings. Pros pector. Old People. Old people who require medicine to 'regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bit ters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor oilier in toxicant, but acts as a touij and ai terative. It acts mildly on the stomach aud bowels, adding strength and giving tene to t!-:e organs, thereby i udding Nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent nppetizer and aids diostion. Old people find it just exactlv what thev need. Price 50 eents and 1.00 i per bottle at Cheno .vtfth & Mix Hotel Arrivals. MONTEZUMA HOTEL. H A Read. Caxip Refugia; W J Lyons, Promontorio; C W Kempton, A S I'oon, Oro Ulancn; Juan B Klias, Sopori; li Breaa, Tucson; C Str;in, Chicago; II Urquides, Tucson; Wm S Smith, Guacomea; J S Lea, Rosel, N .V; T Luketick, Hermosillo; S A DavHson, Chicago; Gerald M Fenuell, Cheshhuist, Eng.; C C French, Fort Worth; M Weil; Nevada; J N Akers, Magdalena; II J Cullinane, San Fran cisco; J M Foster, Portland; Geo H Wagner, San Frascisco; Dr. J S Bell, I Tucson; W C Greene, Hereford; C O Allen, .Las ilanclias; 11 1 Hall, ban Francisco; II C Short, Topeki; R C Brown, Tucson; Mrs. II M Sullivan, Hermosillo; AO Jahren, Kansas City; Jo!.:u Melezner, San Francisco; E New, Elkhart, Ind; Alfred Donau, Anvil Raueh; M Harper, El Paso. Victor B Bloom, Ne.v Yurk; W H Birnes, Tuc son; Theo G Fif.i-h, Tucson; George M Hickman, Sui Francisco; Jas H Kirk, Arizpe; Sam C Dubs, Prietas; George Van Kenghuist, San Francisco; W M Spurries, El Paso; L H Ornie, Phoe- j nix; A P Behau, Lochiel; Rafael Vas- J quez; Mose Drachman, Tucsou; Mrs J A C Wright, Los Angeles. CRISP NOTES. Duquesne and Washington Camp Notes. O. K. Franklin has leen in Wash ington Camp all week. The concentrators on the Holland mine at Washington Camp promises great success. J. lie .rride ot the West has sus pended operations awaiting the arrival of Mr. Clark from Europe. Col Crow is aain turning out tons of rich concentrates daily. Doctor Bartlet is preparing to take hold of some ether properties in the camp. John McMahon, superintendent for R. R. Richardson of the Empire mine, has unlimited quantities of ore rich in silver, lead and copper the best that has been struck in the camp so far. Supt. Franklin and Hon. D. G. Chalmers of Washington Camp have been expertiug the f,ohl property be longing to Campini and Peterson in the Huachuca mountains with a view to purchasing. The contractors workinsr on the geld properties of J. R Carty now held under lease and bond by Supt. Franklin are showinsr up tine. Ihe incline is down eighty feet, the ore improving steadily from the surface. The work j la Iiuin n Jnna An 41ia nlvirlinir lltiA ' " " o t ween the Amador and Eldorado. The The Tualama and Mariposa also be long to the gro ip and their surface in dications are equally promising. 1 All Bills Paid. The new Colorado Mining Company organized from the Las Planchas Min ing Co. starts off in good shape. The bills of the Planchas company are all fully liquidated in Nogales and the new company will pay as it goes. Mr. IK. J. Dawney and Miguel Bor nio of : New Orleans, haviMg bought all the effects of the late Lis Planchas co:np.--ny resumed operations June 1, under the new name of La Colorada Mining company. C. O. Allen, for merly superintendent of the Planchas Mining Co. will be superintendent for the nev company. Avcrcled :ii?;hes Honors World's Fair, - ti!d ilcdaJAlid winter Fair. m mm A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Startling News takes one by surprise. We are start ling every one in Nogales, with the immense stock of spring goods that we are receiving every week. Just in vestigate what we say alout our goods; it'll cost you nothing to do so and will certainly save you money, By next week we will show to the people the largest, the nicest and the newest stock of Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies and Gent shoes and Oxford ties, Silks and Fancy Lawns Embroi deries and Silk Laces of all descrip tions ever brought to Nogales. Every tiling selected with special care for the most refined trade aud they wi.l be sold at startling low prices. Call on us every day we will show you something new in every line at the International Department Store A. F. Paredks fc Co. Y5 P PKLLEGR N PRACTICAL GENEVA WATCHMAKER CSpeci..l attention given to work front Sonora"S2l Watches, Clocks, Jewel-y an I Spec- ucles for 8116 With. The Cash Grocery NOG ALE?, ARIZONA. SPECIAL LESSON? IN SPANISH and ENGLISH. For particulars &.ul terms cill at this Oilice. REV. S V. DILI.F.V. FOR THE HEALTH there is never more opportune season than Spring. It is a mistake; an abuse to one, not to aid their system by taking some good effective Spring alterative. No letter tonic for clean ing and invigorating the system t'.-.an Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, ut 85 cents a bottle. We use the best drugsand give the most care in com- uuanuiu" uinutiubiuiis. twin m' allow anyone to give yoj a better equivalent for your money. CHENOWETH it MIX, --r i a - Trl jNOgaies, Arizona, -uoriey avbhub. SILVER CITX DEDUCTION CO Silver City, N. M. Pays Cash for Copper, Gold and Silver Ores. Correspondence Solicited. W. F. eilEXOWETII. F. n. -WELLE PHYSICIANS faURGEONS. NOGALES, - - - ARIZONA TELEPHONE No. L AA A lf X- At tit F W HiiiNlS Jit. NOOALES. metal a specialty AKIZ. Enriaue G. Ronstadt MINING AGENT Office tiouth sida of tlie "Plaza de Arr.as" Magdalena, Sonora, Mex. J.' H. TAYLOR U.COUUTC'OSIMISSIONICK J notice t.i the Peace. Notrya Pjblic anlifonveyaace. W. N. CUMMINGS Real '.Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let- Money Loans Negotiated. On hand a Numbe' cf Fine Lots, im proved and unimproved. NOOALKS, P. O. Bsx 121. Notice to Examiner Readers. Have your Examiner delivered to your home for 65 cents per month by the Line City Store. Fraxs M. King, Trop- WATCHES ! Bring your watch to ine and have it put n complete order. If with fair usage and prop erly cased it does not satisfy you come back, and get your money. Special attention is given to time-pieces that otJlers fajl tO make go. S. Ashley, nogales, arizona Shop next door to Pascholy's Levy 's old stand. nut t vwwnUfU Dru Store Chenoweth & Mix A Choice Stock -f Pure Drug And Ai edicines on Hand. Full line ofthe leading patent medi- emeu. I'rescripumis careiuny hjid- IHiunded. Manufacturers of vichy, arsaparilla, syrups Etc. soda. NOGALES, ARIZ 1897, Spring Opening. e.. Yonr attention is reepectfnUy invited to inspect oar casp.ay ef PA1KRN HATS and Imported Millinery wovlties Crawford St., oppposite ' Mexican censulate. j 'T'J-jg ExCflcHlCG j r. 13K1CKWOOD Flue ItineM mid Cisttrx NOGALES ARIZONA. A MINER'S BURIAL. Ed Schieffelin is Buried on His . Old Camp Ground. SUBSCRIBE TO THE VIDETTE ADVERTISE WANTED: Agents for unecsu pied territory by Chicago's largest tailoring house. Good opportunity for riht men. Elegant sample outfits o furnished free. The Big Tailors. Cor. State and Harrison Streets, Chicago, Illinois. CH-S- TAYLOR, ASSAYER Office with Pnblic Sampling Wojk, opposite Montezuma liotcl. No;-Tiles, Arizona. Assays made at the following prices: Gold, silrer and lead, each 1.00; Cop per, S1.50. Above prices in United States cuireriey. Pasturage HORSES AND CATTLE, ONE DOLLAR per MONTH GOLD. Plenty ef hay and water. Careful dan in attendance. ONE M1LZ FROM TOWN Nogales, Arizona. Pi. H. Clark. B. H. LACAERA. C ANT IN A Y BOLICHE. LA HVL-AJFL BOWLIXO-' ALT.KV. Fine Wines Liquors itrid Cigars. HERMOSILLO. SONORA.- MEXICO HOTEL FRANCES, FREGOSO BUILDING, ITogales, Sonora- This well known house bern thorouRhly overhauled and furnished throughout for the accommodation of guests. Fine and elegantly furnished rooma. A tine bar is attached to the hotel. JOS ROUGKY, Proprietors