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ISSUED WEEKLY AT NOG ALES, AHIZONA, BY JUNE 12, 1897. BETTER THAN WE THINK. Tl. G. Dun J: Co. make a silly effort to make people believe they are better off tluiu they think they are and that times are not so bad as they seem. They commenced sending out reports the lM-xt day after UcKinley's election to the effect that times were better and as time went on And no better tiincs appeared, they commenced say ing: "times are improving but you people can't realize it" and this week they come out again with the follow ing: There is a distinct, though gradual increase iu the volume of business and in the dmiand for manufactured pro duets The increase has been, slow, but the aggregate of the past six mouths has been large. Reduced PROFITS HAVE CAUSED BUSINESS ME! TO FAIL TO REALIZE AX INCREASED VOLUME of bcsi:;ess, which did not assert itself on account of the low prices for staples. AVell, it we don't mis3 our guess Messrs. Dun & Co. and all their kind will learn in about the year 1 900 that the people know "good times" when they see them and they will make an effort to e!e.-t a president and congress of their way of thinking. An amusing story is told on two youuif ladies from' the east, who are stopping in Silver City, and who had never had any dealings with the wily Chinese laundry man before their ad vent to the "wild and woolly west " The first week of their stay there was spent at a well known hotel, and they were startled at an early hour one morning by a light tapping at the bed room door. Upon opening the same they were confronted by a polite Mon golian, who in tones corresponding to the taps on the door, unblushiagly said: "Mo washee you?" "What?" 4OIe washee you?" "How dare you, yoa " "I likee washee you me washee you belly eood ." And then she - slammed the'door inl.is face and came near fainting away. The landlady hearing the commotion, rushed to the room and after quite a little conversation and explanation, the two young ladies burst into laughter and now the three tell th story as one of the best jokes of the season. El Paso Herald. Ratiiek disgraceful, isn't it, that American consuls in Cuba are afraid to sign their names to their reports? Where is this boasted national strength of ours and the vigorous foreign policy guaranteed by the St. Louis platform? J. 51. Dcsnal, No2ala' fffieient night watchman, is a careful and painstaking officer and attends strictly j to duty. Business men em po home at night and feel sure t'-at their niht guard wifl oo'x after their interests. The city council of Nogales did a wise thin-; iu appointing A. J. Gris wold clerk of the board. 5Ir. GriswolJ is a competent painstaking i:iau who will keep a careful record of the board's proceedings. Gold is coy and shy as a maiden. At the first signal of di-n-T it flies into hiding, and leaves the despised paper money to tide the nation over the cjisis. It is in :io sense fit for money. Those Arizona democrats who are trying to do up McCord ought to be ashamed of themselves. Thn lepubli cans have won and are entitled to the offices. - Let go boys aud gixe the proper peiple n chance. AT 11 EN" n.eu tile charges against a government o'licia', or any one else for that niattsr, they should We made to prove them or eat dirt. Some people in Nogales are liabld to have Uch chance soon. TlIE ViDliTTE may not be very heavy on Sonora news just now hut she is a "hot number" on southern Arizona items with a good sprinkling of news notes from our sister republic. Thk ooverumeia'a present ob'.iuatio i " , . ,! ., ..it : 1 in Cuba as the suffering of Ame. icans at home. They me hopelessly 111 the j grip of gold. IIlUll Ul nlicc Lilt- nuaci iiij; Not till we get free silver will times improve. Someone in Nogales ought to build some nice cottages to rent. Tucsox people ou-ht to come to Nogales to spend the summer. Those who think the tariff is the issue will wake up surprised itt 1900. Strangers coming into Nogales are always surprisad at the bij prosperous stores doinz business here. . It makes us sick to the stomach to see R. G. Dun fc Co.' weakly effort at restoring prosperity on paper. Bryan is being enthusiastically re ceived in every place. He will be the next president and then silver will have a chance. KAILHOADXEtVS. What is Going ou Along the Line- Agent Arnold at Hermosillo, is quite ilL Agent G. G. Giahain at AIa"dalena is ou the sick list. Conductor ill Urodericfc is ajrain running iu Souora. F. Herman has been transferred from Ortiz to Carbo as aeut. Air. aad Mrs. G. J. Parish went north from Carbo ThursJay night to New Mexico. II. King, Wells Fargo agent at Torres, will send his wi:e and children to Novates soon to spend the summer. Homer H. Cudeback lias been trans ferred from Qutrobabi to Ortiz aud Marcus Bowuiia takes his place at Querobabi. P. B. Yates, route agent for Wells Fargo, passed Nogales Thursday en route to Guaymai aud way stations on business for bis company. Conductor John Henry who Las been running on the Souora railroad has returned to his old place on the freight of the -N. M. & A. C. C. iV'iiler, agent at Imaris has rented rooms from Mrs. Wilson under the Masonic hall and will move his lfaBlily I" thu sooa for the .summer.. Alex. Soramin, line repairer for the Souora and N. M. fc A. railroads, has resigned and will eo to La Colorada. His place is tilled by W. S. ISowoun. 1 1. Pricket, conductor on the Sonora railway has gone to Ij3s Angeles for a layoff. Mr. Prickvt has been ill for j pany had its annual meeting at .!No souie time and goes to seek much j jrjlfs, Arizona, last Saturday June 5, needed rest. E H. Turner, the popule.r general I foreman of the shop at Nogah-s, wc understand will be retained in bis present position by the S. P. No bet ter man can be selected. Agent Parish at Carbo went east last ThursJay to accept a position as j agent on the New Mexico division of the .auta Fe and the agent at Ortiz has been transferred to Carbo. Assistant General 5Ianager Naugle has closed a contract ith the South- crn Pacific Co to continue in his pre- ' a : sent posision for one year longer. 51 r. ! Naugle may remain there indefinitely, j The N. 51. fc A. has twenty-five men at work between Calabasas and ! Sauford putting in stone dykes along ' the Souoita in anticipation of the sum- mer floods. In fact men are at work all along the line strengthening the weak places. The railroad boys are studying up on the S. P. rules aud regulations that arrived this week. Both the train and olhce men have been supplied. The S. P. will use the Iron 51ountain system in Mexico. This will be much eas.er on agents a, they will have only twe reports a day. II. F. Durham, formerly an en-i- neer on the Southern Pacific running ' j out of Tucson, has accapted a position as engineer uu the Sonora to run out of Guaymas. 51 r. Durham is a very popular Oung man aud thoroughly understands his business on an engine. We wish the young wmi suc.css iu the land of maflana. Engineer Threadwa-, who formerly ran an engine out of Los Angeles ou the S. P. but recently switch engineer in the Nogales yards, is now running friil'i i-lv" fin Pllnlti. 1 ."I tn t t a ni.iii ,. 0 ,' . , . line. James Deesran uitrht hostler has 'e promoted to switch engineer aud j L F. 5Iurphy the popular tiremou is ' advanced to night hostler. J ' J. D. Kuapp is considerably bruised up from having been beaten ly some Mexican th.-.gs at Guaymas the otliei night. Mr. Knapp had just been paid off at the railroad olKce After p ly ing come bills down town, he started back to the office, when three Mex icans jumped onto him as he n eared th hospital and knocked him down. He was unarmed, but he made it pretty lively for the thugs until they drew a knife and began slashing hi.n. They took $75 from him and then skipped. Colonel C. F. Crocker returned from the east yesterday and after spending a few hours at his office went to Ids country residence in San Mateo. He brought comparatively little news with him from the east, so far as railroad matters are concerned, except the fact that the exchange ef the strip of line lietween Mojav and the Nee-!les for the Sonora line, which ruMs from Ben son, Arizona, south to Guaymas in Mexico, will be accomplished - about July 1st. . Both the Southern Pacific I and the Santa Fe are ready to make the deal, but the consent of the Hex-! lean government to the chauge of ownership in the line iu Mexico must first h-i obtained. This is only a mat ter of form. Colonel Crocker went east to bring home his children, who are being educated there. Thy wiil spend the summer vacation with the r father. San Francisco Examiner. SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. There are now more Ameiicans en gaged in various occupations in Souoia than ever before. J. R. Soutliworth is husy at Her mosillo working on his illustrated pamphlet of Souora. i Gerald M. Fennel), special executive agent of the New York Mutual Life insurance company is in Hernnsillo writing some bij insurance policies J. H. Hobbs, returned Thursday from a wei k's outiiig at the Mexicana mine in the Arizpe district. Mr. Hobbs has nothing I Hit words of praise for the mine and thinks it a very rich proposition. llodnck Koss, an old-time Tomb stone miner, returned Thursday from the interior ef Sonora, Mexico, where he has been for sixteen years. This is the first trip to the United States during those years. The Guaj inas Water Supply oon and elected the following directors: L. 'tro.n, Geo. Montague, P. Figucroa, T- Riebards and L. A. Martinez. Chick and Henry Fowler of Phoe nix, returned Wednesday from Sonora en their wheels and went on to Phoe nix the same evening. They visited Hermosillo and Guaymas, and the Yaqui river country where H. lILo fmu is taking out a big canal. The boys think Sonora has a very brisht future ahead for her. They are the i 1 i a.1 ir en,y P8"0" w ever roao uPl."e ia" lui riv'r 0,1 Licyc,es- Hotel Arrivals. MOXTEZCMA HOTEL. W li Waters, El Plomo; 51 K lio 1 gers, 51ontau:i; 51 Espinosa and ife, Guaymas; Chas A Lewis, Kansas City; Alfred Donau, Tucson; Frank rJett nian, San Francisco; W C Greene,' Ca nanea; J Ii Petrie, Colorado; Mark W Wanless, Hermosillo; I J 5'itchell, Los Angeles; T Turner and wife, City; ) G lSecldieman, St. Paul; Emil Armer, Kansas City; F A Townseud, Denver; John 5Ie)zner. San Francisco: Chas J JalHesoIlj St. Lcuis; A DiioUf Globe; J R, Johnson, Silver City; A F Rrown. San TnmAao; H A Ga,leher, Cincin- Imtj. v E Franco, W II Rush, New- toll Kans.is; Geo W Crowe, Washing- ton; F A 51anzanares, Las Vegas; J S Duncan, Las Vegas; H C Short, To peka; H Culliiiane, San Francisco; A 15 Gibson, Santa Ana; A ilclntire, Altar; W J Lyons, Peryernia; J Lucr. Puerto; Eugene O Fechet, Old Glory Mine; Geo Newman, El Paso. For neatness and convenience the Hollenbeck hotel takes the lead in Los Angeles. The hotel is run in first class shape au 1 makes a specialty of entertaining Arizonans. If you want to find your Arizona friends wheu you go to the city go to the Holleubeck Hotel. SO YEARS EXPERIENCE. TRADE MARKS DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Slcl. An rone sending a nketh anJ -'.ecj-ptirrj may quickly ascertain, free, whether an lTentic- l probably patotitable. Coruinwt.iratioM strictly confidential. OH est aceucy for eectri -jr pateot in America. We have a A asbtHgtoa c.Sce. Patent taken through Muua X Co- receiTO special notice in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, besntifuHy lllasrrated. lanreat circulation of any sC.eattac journal, weekly, terms C3-UU a year; six mouths. Specimen copies and ILAjiD Boon on M texts seat free. Address MUNN & CO., 301 llroadway, Kew York. NOTHING SO FITS INTO TTTJ PUEASVZ3. OF E tCYCLi IQ AJ PHOTOGKAPHY. Pocket Kodaks, Cartridge Kods Bullets and Bulls-Eyes, $5X0 to 525-00. Especially ada to the wheelf-aa's r.s& "i. use our light-proof Film Cartridges and can be LOADED IN DAYLIGHT. Birycle HodaJcs" booklet fc;e at aces e-r by mil. $3,853.00 in Prizes for Kodak PL-tares. $i.475-oo in Gold. Scmd or "Prill Cjxtezf CfrrmJar. EASTRIAH KOCAiC CO Rocha;er M. t THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR 4- - WORLD-WIDE CIRCULATION. Twenty Pages; Weekly: niostrated. Inqi-pensaple to Minihcs Men. TEHIE DOLLARS PER TEAR. POSTPAID. 8am pie copies Fr.:E. IOISG AND SOEnTlTIC PEE3S, 220 Majiket St., SanFrancisccsCau LIVE STOCK ADVERTISMENTS. O'DONNELL lihO'S. Postofiice, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. GS- Wand on left ide and left hip. Mccarty & son, Postoffice, Fort Huachuca, Ari?. JOHN H. SLAUGHTER, Postonice, Tombstone, Arizona. Range, Sjh Cernardiuo ranch. AU cattle and horses branded as above. T. L. RICE, Postoffie, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. J Brnd. SANTA RITA CATTLE CO-M- PANY, Colix Camerox. Pestoffice, Crittenden, Pima countv, Arizona. Ranges, Santa Cruz and Potrero rivc-rs, Pima county, Ariz., and Milk River, Montana. 83 All stock, horses and cattle, branded as above; horses on lefc thigh, cattle on left hip. Ear marks, crop left, under bit rislit. RICHARD FARRELL, Postoffiec, Harshaw, Pima county. Arizona. OIL Range in Patagonia mountains, Pima covmty, Ariz. Cattle branded as absve on either or both sides or hips. Ear marks, split in both ears. Reward. A reward of 100 will be paid for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling any stock in the above brands. ya fey icaTcats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pati jent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Sour Omce is Opposite U- S. fatcwt OrFicrJ land we canscc-ire pat car. in less time tnaa Loose? remote from Washing" ton. S S Se&d roodd, drawing or pdioto witH descrip-r Stioa. W'e adrise, if patentable or not, free ei J charge. Our fee cot due tiil patent is secured. S S A PJUiPHLET, 44 How to Obtain Patents," with r ' eost of same in Vie U. S. azd forciga countries J sent free. Address, c.A.sraow&coJ S OPP. PSTEWT OPPICC. WASHINGTON. D. C. 5 I IOOO I for those who find it. 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 Schillings Best tea at your grocers ; take out the Ytttom Ticket; send it with your guess to Schilling's Best Tea, San Francisco, by August 31st. One guess allowed for every yellow ticket. If your guess reaches us befora July 1 st, you are entitled to two guesses for each ticket. If oniy one person finds the word he gets $1000. If several find it, thi $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 1S98 calendar, no advertisement on it In addition to the $1000 oflered we will pay $100 each to the two persons who send in the largest number of Schilling's Best yellow tickets before Jum 15th- Cut this out. You won't see it again for two weeks. San Francisco WILUAil BOY. Roy & Titcomb, Commission Dealers in. Lumber Doors and Windows Lime and Cement, Yalolioe Oils Giant Power, Fuse and Caps, Coal and Coali, Octagon Steel Iron Hoofing, Bar Iron, T. Rails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sovora, Smnloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENE R FIRE CLAY CO, COMMON SENSE WHIM CO. Agents for. NOGALES, P. 8AXDOVAL. P. Samdoval C. NO:AL.vS, ARIZONA, asd NOGALES. SOKORA- Cnstoir? Euosc Brokers aijd Commission Merchants. CHST0M H0 " oB BROKERS TOR Cie du Boleo, Ca. Ca, (Dura Jdcxican Gold and Silver (Recovery Co. L., Quiniera. M sr. Co., and for the le di ng houses in Sonor . CABLE: LA VODKAS. Notice for Publication. Homes tp-t Entry No. 1S94.) LtAXD Office at Tttcso?. A mz.t ? April 26. 1897. Notice is hereby gircn that the fullowiae manned settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in scpp.rt of his claim, and that raid proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the U. 8. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, on Jane 12, 1897, viz: Joseph Kaphan, of Tobae, Pima county Arizona, fr the SH of HE1. Bee SO and KVi of NEH of Sec. 31, Tp. 30 S. R. IS E-, G. and & R. M, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said lard, viz. John F. Black, of Tobac, Arizona; t'abino Otero, Tabac, Arizona; Lyman Smith, Tucson, Arizona; Henry Levin of Ti cson, Arizona- El'GENE J. TRIPPEL. Register. Date of rst p-blication May 1. PURE FOOD AND DRINK What do you think of Schilling s Best tea coffee hakinj? powder tiavotiiig extracts and spices when your grocer returns your money in full if not satisfactory ? For sale by A. F. Pared & Co. SUBSCRIBE FOR Jl Schilliiig C7 Coi7ipany ED. TITCOXIB. Merchants. THE 5IEXICAN GOLD t SILVER KFCOVEivY CO., LIMITED. GIaNT POWDER CO. LEONARD JL- ELLIS. ARIZ. A. SAXDOVAL. Notice of Probate. In 1 he Probate Court of tbeConnty of Pima, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of Nicolas Cbacet , deceased. Notice of time and place for probate of wUL Notice in hereby fiven that Wednesday, the 9th day of Juae, 1S97, at 11 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the court room of said court, at the court house in the city of Tucson. County of Pima, be, and the same is hereby appointed the time for proving the last will and testament of Nicolas Chazet, de-jeased. asd hearinjr the ap plication of Eugenia A. IX Chazet, for letters testamentary, and any person interested inay appear and contest the said will, and may file objections in writing- to the granting of letters testamentary to petitioner. Dated May 18th, 1891. J. a Woon, Probate Clerk. By 8. W. Ptracxia Deputy Clerk. First publication May 22, lSHT.j The Nogales Electric light Co. XTogales, - - Ariz. Roy & Titcomb, Managers. THE VIDETTE.