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ISSUED WEEKLY ' AT XOGALES, AIZIZONA. BV JUNE 26, 1897. Who could ask more charming weathei? If this should last all sum mer it would break the summer resort proprietors. How William Jennings Uryan will 8pe,ik at fiesta park in Los Angeles, California, July 5. Hundreds of Ari zonans will hear him. Southern pig iron sales at 5.75 does not augur well for tho iron in dustry, despite Dun fc Co.'s optimistic and capitalistic view of things. The affidavit business has been car ried so far in Arizona th;it now to tile charges against a man in Washington heij.s him, instead of injuring him. The correspondent who sent out that earthquake story over the wiies from Nogales must have been loaded with Pete Torres' List mesial. He would do for a running mate to Jules Verne. Petit'ons were being circulated last tiight for the appointment of Mr. E. G .Norton for the position of deputy col lector of customs at this point. Mr. Norton left this morning for Ncales to present the petitions in persan. He lias many friends here who would be pleased to have him got the appoint ment Bisbee Orbe. . If Mr. Norton has not passed the civil service examination his petitions vill nat do him much good. The Consolidated National Bank of Tucson stands at the head of all the Lanks in Arizona on cash resources. According to the May rejort made to the Comptroller of the Currency, i-s cash resources amount to-275,891 33. Nearly as much as auy ether two two banks in the territory. The offi cers of this bank are M. P. Freeman, president; W. C. Davis, vice president; Tenney, cashier. Senator Tillman has proposed an . amendment to the tariff bill that would do more than all the recent attempts to restrict immigration. It provides for a head tax of $1.00 on each immi grant and makes it a misdemeanor for any alien who does not intend to be come an American citizen and to re main such, to enter the United States for the purpose of engaging in any mechanic il trade or manual labor. There 13 a provision that the head tax shall cease to be levied as soon as the United State3 adojits the free coinage of silver. Mr. McKixlet is a graduate of the Ohio school of politics, and few slicker individuals hold dipl-.mas from that source. His trotting out cf that nw treaty for the annexation of Hawaii at this time is a very sli.k attempt to take advantage of tLe popularity of the idea of annexing Hawaii to dis tract public attention from his failure to announce his Cuban policy, in ac cordance with promises made on its behalf i Congress Had the people not beer clamoring for action towrrds Cuba it is not likely that the Hawaiian treaty would have been heard from be fore next winter, notwit' standing the declaration of seme of Mr. McKiuley's friends that it vras brought forward to J assist the senator to iute!lioentl f dis pose of the tariff. Although it is well known that many of the democratic si.utors favor the uitimale annexation of Hawaii very few of them have committed themselves on this new treaty. It is too iiuort.tnt a lnntter to l d i.leJ on the spur of the moment, ami it will not le surprising should the democrats oppose any attempt to railroa 1 the treaty through the s-u.ite at the pres ent session. Nothing wi I be lost bv allowing the treaty to go over ;o th" regular lesjon of con es-. Already the iiuestiiu is l-eing uke.l, why do so much for Hawaii, SKttr.tl thousand miles away, and nothing for Culm, which is suti'.vriiig li.ht at our doors, ;o to speck. Tl.erti is sonw talk alieut delaying action on the Ibiwiiau treaty until Mr. McKinley aimilu do some thing for Culm, whi. h nn.iiv think must also ultimately cone under the -control of the United S utis in some form or ot! er. So:iih democrat i .. --- 1,.,1lifc.ir o ViUtiw tf flat- ""'"o cido just what attitude they shall take towards t!e Hawaiian treaty, but nothing definite has yet been determ ined upon AN ARIZONA BOOK Written by M . J. G. Hilzinger, a Writer of Merit. It is an old saying, that what is worth doing at all, is worth doing well, and wl.e i some of the leading public men of Pima county decided that the tine had arrived to disseminata some information regarding that part of southern Arizona iu which we are chiefly interested, they went to work on this principle. Mr. J. Geo. Hilzinger, one of our best writers and artists, who has been in touch with our development for the past sixteen years, and is known to our people and enjoys their confidence was requested to tak charge of the work. It is with him a work of love as well as a business, and '-he result of his labors will not only be an encyclo j pae.-!ia of information but a veritable contribution to literature, which will be preserved in libraries long after many of us have passed away. The volume wid contain nearly 200 pages and over 150 photo-engravings and original etchings. It will be gotten up iu the finest style by one of the Ieiding publishers of the country. It will contain valuable historical mat ter, sketches, reininiscenses, tales, de scriptive and statistical information aad be a complete guide and mentor. The style will le such that it will be read from leiuning to end and favorably compare with our brightest magazines. There will not be a dull page in it. No advertisements of any kind will be inserted in it. It will be an Arizona book written by an Ari zonian who has been identified with the country for years and whose name is a ruarauteu of honesty of purpose and whose reputation as a writer is firmly established. The progressive citizens of Nogalcs can well afford to assist this enterprise euthusiactically, and we believe they will do so. KAILKOAD NEWS- What is Goin& on. Along the Line. Conductor Douglass doubled back ta Magdaleua Wednesday on a special. Clarence Gaston of Keytesville, Mo., is visiting the family of Trainmaster E. J. Gibson. Lineman Bowman arrived from Torres last night and will return the first of the week. C A Loy, machenist at the Guay mas shops of the N M & A is iu town stoping for a few days. The pi'.e driver went to Benson Tuesday to drive piles for a new bridge to le put in the Y of the N". if. fr A. J. P. Fox, formerly baggage master and conductor on the BCIU'NC It., is now running as urakeniau on the N M & A. The Indians have erected a cross on the spot where the Indian wo-.;ian was killed by a train recently near Sanford and they keep it draped with flowers. Frank Ward, from the -eneraI I offices of the Empire line out of Chi- -vm.i .,wi;.r ! tion with Trainmaster Gibson. Mr. Ward is a brother ef Mrs. Gibson. Alex. Sernmin, lineman on the N, M it A. and Sonora railroads, his i accepted a position with the Postal i Telegraph company at Fresno, and will leave for there go later. Monday. His family 11. H. Roter, foreman of tmin. Conductor Long and the rock Engineer John Mason, have finished the rip , rap work iu Sonoita canyon mid are now working on the San Pedro near Fairbanks. Miss Fannie Armitage, daughter of Se tion t'oremau Armitage tit Benson, is home on a vacation from the Uni versity of Arizona at Tucson. Miss Armitage is one of the brightest young ladies now attending the university. The N. M. . railroad boarding house at tenson, being conducted by Mrs. Armitage, is the beot in southern Arizona. Tl. fnnrl ia wlinloonniP niwl Xlieioou is wnoiegome ami well cooked and t1:e boys running on the road are always gUd when they get to that end of the line. It is too bad they haven't such a one iu No gales. SjIhs, a brakeman on the Sonora I lrl 1 1 fitik 1 :1 4 t 1 1 I-t t . viil-1, fit.-. . J -.i.. ..u,.. UU1CI j Mexicans Lwut an Ameri.-u.it nearly to death near the shops there Monday night and then skipped the country. Tfaey smashed the fellows lied and left him for de.id but it. is r.1iaulf lio . will recover. The injured man's name was not learned. f It is believed that the construction work on the Gila Valley, Globe fc Northern railroad will le pushed to a speedy conclusion. President Garland and Vice-President Cutler, have been in Globe several days iu the interest of the road and it is expected that the road between Fort Thomas nl Globe will be built at once. Tfee reports come now that the N M it A will be under the direct man agement of Supt. Epes Randolph and Master Mechanic L S Pratt of Tuc son, and tho Sonora end of the road to cutinue under the management of J A Xaule and Master Mechanic Johnson. Mr. Turner will be re tained" a general foreman at Noo-ales. W. E. Broderick, brother of f. F. r j " i : . c s- , uimiciiti, is in luwn ironi jjisttee visiting Lis brother. Mr. Broderick was formerly lineman on the Sonora railroad but lately has been engage J iu electrical engineering He helped put in the big electris plant at Jero:-.ie This plant is the largest in Arizona. Mr. Broderick w ill return to Bisbee Vondiiy or Tuesday to accept a posi tion with the Copper Queen company. Chief Engineer Thrupp of the N. M. fe A. went to Benson Thursday morning to superintend the work of building a dit-h to drain the locality near Benson and the N. M. & A yards during the rainy season. There will be no repetition of last years floods if Mr. Naugle can prevent it. Ten teams are at work making the ditch, which -will bo nearly n mile long. Mr. Thrupp did notride on the engine this trip. Eviden -e of the arrival of the F. P. Railroad company are here. Con ductors on tho N M fr A and Sonora railroads have received bulletins from the Southern Pacific company stating that in future Santa Fe ears running on these lints shall be classed as foreign cars and the Southern Pacific cars classed as system or local cars. Three new ten-wheel Southern .- Pa cific engines will arrive at Benson tomorrow, two for the N M & A and one for the Sonora line. Two S. , P. i first-class coaches arrived t!-:is morn-; iug and made a good shoeing on the track after looking at the coops so Ollg. A PLEASANT PA11TY. 3!rs. and Miss Masearefias Cele-iquira bratC their Saints Day. A pretty party was given at Con - sul Manuel Mascarenas' residence Mon day evening in honor of the saint's day of Mrs. Mascarenas and Iter charming daughter Miss Luisa. The orchestra was there and dan cing was continued till twelve o'clock and during the time refreshments v. ere served. Mr. Alfredo Villasefior and Mrs. H. Iv. Cheneweth sail? several sonts. ! They are both fine singers and their i . 7 ii-l music was very much enjoyed. ,,, j Followin-j are the persons present: Mr a,,1 Mrs M- Mascarenas, Mr. and Mrs. JJodolfo Ogarrid, Nr. and Mrs. Salvador Martinez, Mrs. i 1 . 1. Uue:o weth, Mr. and Mrs A. Paredes, Mrs. L. W. Mix, Mrs. Chas. Holler. Mrs. Prospero Sandoval, Mrs. I. Padilla; Misses Luisa Mascarfcii.ts, Mauuela Es -alante, Clara Holler, Eloisa ! Ba- niiiez, Jesus Runirez, Ainalia Ramirez, Carlota Simonrl, Clotilde Simond, Isa bel Buelna, Maria Novion, Magdaleua Noviop, Victoria Padres, Josefita Mai Martinez. Isabel Martinez, Adriana Martii iez. Jesus Sand oval. U erth a San doval, Anita El ins, Befugio Elias; Messrs. C. Garza Cortina, Enrique Acevedo, D. Velas:o, Lewii Fleischer, All erto Mascarenas, Alfjandro Edger ton, Alfredo Viilasenor, P. B. Manna, Juuo Ullminn, Harry Mitchell, Gui llermo M a s jareiias, Chas. F. Holler, Alfredo Sandoval, Francisco Velasco, Alejandro Joffrcy, Jose Pifia. Everybody Says So. C:i---irots Candv Catliurlie, the most won-dci-r I in- dicul lis4ovetv of the ac. fi cas 3.1 it :i'il rofri-slnn? to tho tasle. ni-L irentlv , 1 ""' iy on Ki.lncvs. liver ana liowels, . :,. ,i. Ml: ..--.,., ..-i,i cum iicailiicl'P. le- r. Iial itn;il oiiFtii nlioD anil biliousness. Pleaso biiv and Irv n box J of C. ( 1. 1 ;. tn-tl.-iy ; 10, 25, Ut i-enta. bold and J guaranteed to cure by ell ilrutpists. , I Orders taken at the Line City Store ! i for fine su miner suits, shirts and fine1 ties. Quick! The sooner you begin to use Sclullincfs Best tea, the : ! bi2er 'OUr chances at that 0iooo ofiered for the miss ing word besides the ex tra prizes fcr the most tick ets sent in. Schilling' s Best tea is at your grocer's. Rules of contest published in larsrc r.dvertisenietit about the fint and middle if each month. ah SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. James H. Brent, owner of the rich Casita mines came up . to . Hermosillo last week to meet his bullion train. It is reported that Mr. Brent has won the love of one of Sonora's prettiest daughters. Sefior Aguayo owner of the Mulatos mine died at his mines in Sahuaripa district, about ten days ago. The La Dura concentration mine in Sahuaripa district has shut down till the rainy season commences. General Manager Hart man will be out next week. The working force at Prietas will be increased as soon as the rainy season oets in and ali the mills will stait up. Richard Stuart, formerly a teacher in the Phoenix public schools, is now comiucting a photograph gallery at La Colorada. His daughter is clerk ing in the company store. SOMETHING TO KNOW. It may be worth something to know that the very best Hiadicine for restor ing the tire 1 out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This DieJieiue is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing off impuritit-s in hu blood Electric Bitters improves"; the appetite, aids digestion, .nd is pro nounced by those who have tried it as the very besi blood purifier and nerve toni;. Try it. Sold for 50j or 81.00 per bottle at Chenowetli fc Mix. Hon. II. K. Chenowetli and Dr. W. F. Chenowetli have finished their well above town and now are furnishing the town with water from it. The I water runs into town and does not ro pumjing. A pleasant party was given at Ben- son by the Misses Castafied Wednes- day to Miss Edith Siewnrt of Tucson who has been visiting at Benson. Miss Siewart is the daughter of W. S ewart of Tucson, and is u very accomplished and popular young lady. Iont Tobarro Spit -d Smuke Your I-ifc Atssj. To quit tobacco easily uud forever, be ma? netic. lull of life, nerve and vi;or. take No-To- B:ur. tbe wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druKfnsts, 60c or Cure punt-an-j tel nooklet and sample free. Address fcterimg Kcmedy ca, Chicago or New fork. Louis Bardet, Stone Cutter and Contractcr for Any Kind of Stone Work, Masonry and Genera! Euiid ing Work. Office at Residence in i homison Building, Avery Avenue, NOGALES - - ARIZ. LA ESPANOLA- General WercanJ;e, Mexican Hat, Mexican CiKart. Mexican Cijaretts. All kinds of Fin? Liquors. A largo assortment of Mexican Curiotf. Miguel S. Cabellero, ELIAS STREET OPP. HOTEL CAZABON, XTogales, SAM LEE, Chinese Laundry. Washing aad ironing don? In first -cla tyl at reasonable rate?. Mt-r.'ly Avenue, Oppoait: Ulect -ic lRht, J NOGALES, ARIZONA. HOTEL M. MARCH EBOUT, Prop. GUAYMAS, SONORA. THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION, GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE. WILLIAM ROY. Roy & Titcomb, Commission fiflerchants. Df alers ir it Lumber Doors and Windoivs Lime and Cement, Valolioe Oils Giant Poiver, Fuse and Caps, Coal and CoaJi, Octagon Steel Iron Roofing, Bar Iron, T. Bails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sovorn, Sinaloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENEfR FIRE CLAY CO, COMMON SENSE WHIM CO. Agents foroa. NO GALES, P. SANDOVAL. A SANDOVAL. P. SANDOVAL & CO, NOGALES. ARIZ, AND NOGALES, SONORA. Custom. 2X:-u.ss Brokers AL.SO UHOKRRS FOKj Cie du BoIeo,Ca. Ca, Dttra Mexican Gold and Silver 'Recovery Co. L., Ouiniera Mg. Co., arid for the leding houses in Sonors., Mexico. cable: lavodnas. Ncgahs Ei::iii; Light, Ice and Water Company. ZLPuLxe LrtifioiaJ. Ice Mada From Distiiled and Filtsred Water, Cold Storage, Incandescent Lighting To: Sloss, OSa, Jnllijp, EI& Ics Sliippsl to all Foiats. Crdss Salxiisd. ' D Caveats, and Trade-Mcrts obtained and all Fat-J rent bEsmes conducted lor moderate Fks. Soun nmrr i Opmsitc U.S. PTEfrrOmcc and tre can scc-:re patent in less time than those j rremote from Washington- 2 bend model, drawing or pnoto vitn de-icrip-f f tion. Ve advise, it patentable or not, tree cl J gcharge. Our ice not due ua patent n sccarea. i S a Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents," with 1 f cost of same in Vie U. S. and foreign countries, J 5 sent tree. Address, Op., patent Office. Washington, d. C. ifwari'i.f th;rty-t.eventh yeati. . . . . n . . , . n r- ,tn,ttl XIAM WUnLU-WlUt: tllium i iwi. t Twenty Pa? es; T7cekly; niustrated. lr3l:"ENSAPLe TO M'WINf; Mr.). TEHEE 20IXA2S PER TZAE. TOnPJJD. SMPlf OOPIS Fl.-E. 1 huh:;; iira scrimc p3l:s, j 20 Market St., San Kranc;s--o. Cal SO YEARS EXPERIENCE. TRADE MARKS DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS AO. Anrone sending a tketrh and escrptr.on may quicker ascrtiin, free, whether an iuventu i ts protwiMy pate itable. Commutiioationa strictly conttde lttaL ol lst arency for aecuri -:ir pateata tu America. Wo hnva a V aahiRK-on o.'Hce, Patenta tuken through Alunn 3l Co. nculre pecial notice in tbe SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, brauttfnllr tllnstrated, lnnmt etrcnlntion of nnr s'.eatinc j'mrnal, we:t!y, terms S3.0U a year; llJiG six months. pecicfn copies and iiu&jio Book os 1'atexts sent free. A3reas MUNN & CO., 361 Broadway, Kew Vork- I7ctice to Creditors. Estate of Nii-ola-Clint-1. i.e.1 Notice is her?l.y e ven by tlie t ml ib kup.1 exrentrix f i creJitor a -J ail pewmi ha l t' c.ainiB against ( th sa-a . ece.u?l. t- fxhi it th m. with the j npcppary vonche s, within fir mi-nth aft r , ' ,. , , . .. . , ( thenrnt pnblicat on of thia notice t fi"? fiI, 1 xrntrix at liTrnul-nc ;- XoTi!e, Arizona. , .he aama boi,. th- , for e tran-ction of the buinoMn o ' tut J ewta e. in saia county o. Pin-.-. E -CENIK ADKLA1DU A. I. ( IIAZ T. iecmwHl. Date,l thi tlib y o. J, n. IS 7. ALMADA, THE MOST COMFORTABLE AND BEST VENTILATED. ED. TTTCOMB. THE MEXICAN GOLD k SILVER KKCOVEKY CO., LI M 1TED. GIANT POWDER CO. LEONARD A- ELLIS. ARIZ. Notice of Probate. In tho Probate Court of the Connty of Pima, Territory of Arizona. In t'ue matter of the estate of Nicolas Chazet , deceased. Notice of time and place for probate ofwilL -Notice Is hereby riven that Wednesday, the 9th day of Juac, l-!7. at 11 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the court room of said court, at th court house in the city of Tucson, Connty of f ima, be, and the same is herehy appointed the tima for proving the last will and testament of Nicolas Chazet, de.-eased, and hearing the ap plication of Kturenin A. D. Chazet, for letters testamentary, and any person interested may appear and contest the said will, and may file objections in ritins to the granting of letters tetunrntary to petitioner. Dated May 18th, 1897. J. 8. Wood, Prolate Clerk. By S. W. Pubceli., Deputy Clerk. JFirst publication Jone 12, 1897. i7J 7 Vi,l J I L N1 iy &s'-.. Startling News t.tkes one by surprije. We are start ling every cue in Xoales, with the immense stock of spring good-i that we are receiving erery week. Just in vestiunte what we sny ahout our eoods; it'll cost you nothing; to do so and will eertninly -save you money, liy mxt week we will show to the people the largest, the nicest and the ne'.ves6 stock of Fancy Dry Goods, i -. .1 ii i r- i ' """ ' t.i.i ties. Silks and Fancy Lawns Embroi- .o. .j- tions ever broulit to Nogales. Every . . i . .) -. , - , r . , tlun -j selected with special care for the tr most refined trade and they wiil be afc 8Urtjin- low ;ce& Call on us every day we wiil show you southing new in every line at tk International Department Store A. F. PaKKURS 1' Co.