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JULY 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year ?2 00 Uix months 1 S" Three months I 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 '-00 Half column one month 12.50 Full column one month 20.09 Local advertising at prescribed legal rates. Beading notices ten cents per line. Births, Marriages and Deaths published free. Advertising rates made known on application 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 in the Vi setts 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 are half rate. . Correspondence on all subjects of general in terest will be accepted, and news from any lo cality is solicited, especially from the mining camps and agricultural districts. We are not responsible for any contributed articles that appear in the VmETTC LOCAL BRIEFS. The Oasis now has a Hoe cylinder press. C. J. Wimple came up from Sonora Thursday night. Mekhor Bolivar left last night for San Francisco. Alejandro Edgerton is out again after a week's illness. . Capt. L. W. Mix returned from his Sonora mines Thursday. C. H. Gibson was up from Cerro Colorado during the week. Tomorrow is the day we celebrate our national independence. E. J. Roberts ws over from his San Pedro ranch during the week. L. N. St. John, the shirt man, has been in town during the week. E. L. Oris wold returned Monday morning from a visit to Crittenden. Dr. J. S. Bell passed north to Tuc son from Sonora Thursday evening. W. N. Cuuiniings has sold ' to L. Escalada for $250, a lot in Nogales. Capt. J. I-. Hathaway was over from Lochiel the first of the week. N. McKenzie, blacksmith at El Plorao mine, was in town Wednesday. Thos. Borton, the Tucson lawyer, was in Nogales this week on business. Alejandro Suarez was in from the Colorado miue at Las Planchas yes terday. A. B. Gibson of Santa Ana, was in Nogales for a few days this week on business. A 1 1 .nf a II.rnarf wa a i m frrtm .li . . , . ,,..; ' I the week. Eugene Wolf has sold to A- Bartlet lot No. 6, block No. 5 in Nogales, for i nnn n rmii ' ) Mr. Juan Varona and Miss Lupe ' r i Walters were united in matrimony ! J last SaturJay night. Try Schlitz pale beer and you will use no other at your table. For sale by J. T. Brickwood. The picnic that was to have been given at Casita tomorrow has been postponed till a week from Sunday. Mrs. EKey and her daughter, Miss Ada, have returned from a few day's outing at their ranch ou the Santa Cruz." Drink Schlitz, the beer that made Milwaukee famous- For sale at Brick- . wooa a for ten cents (Mexican) per ; glass. Richard Flaischer left last night for San Francisco to be cone about two weeks on business connected with the Dos Naciones cigar factory. Sain F. Webb was up the first of the week from his Favorita mine in Sonora. Mr. Webb is skipping some good oie. Mounted Iuspector Sam King and Health Officer Alfred Hampton re turned from a two week's trip down the line Monday night. Mr. A. Allande, representing L. 1 Zeckendorf & Co. of Tucson, arrival Tuesday and has been interviewing our merchants. Mr. Jos. C.ilisher, who has been in charge of his brother's cigar business here, left last Saturday for the City of Mexico where he will probably locate, Someone burglarized Geo. Moore's i house Tuesday niht and took two ! pistols and a white counterpain. Mr. Moore and family sleeping on the porch. " Harry Cohn camo up from Hermo sillo Thursday evening. Mr. Cohn is the proprietor of the Grand hotel at Heruiosillo. Willard Wright, well known in this city and an old time Wells Fargo mes senger on the Sonora road, was over j from Oro Blanco this week. J M Durnal, night watchman for Nogales, will receive a pair of blood hounds from the Little Hock, Ark., penitentiary, in a few days. J. F. Bowman fell from the roef of Marsh's opera house yesterday while at work and dislocated his hip. He is resting easy and will soon be out again. Absolute purity, delicate flavor, are characteristics of Schutz beer. J. T. Brick wood sells it for 10 cents a glass Mexican money. A fine assortment of Mexican drawn work just received from the City of Mexico at the Line City Store. The prettiest patterns ever brought to No gales. The militia company of Nogales dispensed with company drill Wednes day evening out of respect to the late Geo. W. Webb, who was a member of the company. Mrs. H. King, wife of H. King, Wells Fargo agt-n.: at Torres, will be up to Nogales soon to spend the re mainder os the summer. She will have rooms at Mr. Cummings'. No land is so remote that it is not reached by Schlitz's Milwaukee beer. Sold by J. T. Brickwood at 10 cents per glass, Mexican money.- Mrs. Frances A. Martindale, mother of Mrs. Will Broderick returned home to Indiana last Monday evening. Mr. Guy, her brother, accompanied her to Deming, N. M. Bill Lutley passed a train load of cattle from Sonora Monday night. He lost ten head before they crossed the line, by them jumping out of the side door which broke off the hinges. W. B. Welton has just completed the wiring of the Masonic temple for electric lights, electric fans, etc. The hall will he handsomely finished and will be the best in Nogales parties. .. .0. OAUaiV- superintendent of La Colorada mines in Las Planchas dis trict was in town the first of tho week. The new company is doing good work out there and tho mine is showing up well. Dr Welles was called to Washing ton Camp Friday to attend Frank Oleson, who was strbbed there last Siturday night by Mexican Pete. Oleseu is very sick and may not recover. Mr. Crouch, fora.erly with Ezra W. Thayer in Phoenix, is now bookkeeper for Geo. B. Marslu Mr. Crouch is a competent and reliable youiii; man ana Mr. Mursh did well in securing his in securing services. Mr and Mrs R J Southworth left last night for Los Angeles aud San Francisco to be gone several weeks on . . j -.u i :n a business count cted with the illustrated , , u i l tu u it Imnlr mi Snnnra whlr-h Mr. Nnnhh- worth is getting out. Mayor Henry Buehinan of Tucson, the celebrated photographer aud view is t, came iu on last evening's stage and will remain with us for a tew days taking views about Nogales to be use J in Mr. Hikinger'a book. At the Methodist church tomorrow communion serviees in the morning, Sunday school at noon and preaching at 8 o'clock by the pastor ou the sub- jact ..fooi's for Chiist's Sake." Special lut80 by the choir. Patriotic servicts will be the order of the day at the Congregational church tomorrow, In the morning the pastor will preach on the subject "After Liberty, Whatl" In the eve ning there will be a Fourth of July concert. The Nogales Stables will in future be conducted by Peck A Breen, Mr. Maui ico Breen having purchased the inteiest of Joe Carbon. Mr. Breen is an active energetic young man and will give his personal attention to the business. Dr. W. F. Chenoweth returned last Monday night from Hermosilte where he i,ud to bis gill baby wujch was born on Sunday ut chat place. Mrs. Chenoweth and the little one are bth doing nicely Mr and Mrs. L. L. Lindsey and two daughters, left Monday morning for the A exicaua mine in Sonera. Mrs. Lindsey will return in about three weeks and go on to California, where she will place Roberta, her eldest in school. A pleasant picnic party went to the Santa Cruz Sunday and enjoyed thfc day. They went through Sonora to a pretty spot about ten miles from town. Those who went were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Overton, Mr. and Mrs. I. Boni llas and children, Mr. aud Mrs. VreA Herrera and children, Miss Freda Herrera, Miss Carolina Frey, Mr. J. D. Milton. George Webb, the oldest son of Mr. Sam F. Webb, who was killed by a mining accident in Sonora yesterday, was well known in Phoenix, where he resided for many years. The young man was possessed of many sterling qualities, and his untimely death will be a terrible blow to his parents. The many friends of Mr." and Mrs. Webb in Maricopa county extend their sym pathy to the sorrowing parents in their great misfortune. Gazette. Jot Carbon has sold his interest in the livery stable to M. ' Breen and will leave soon for a four montn's trip to the Arkansas hot springs on account of ill health. Mr. Carbon has been in Nogales for thirteen years and has been away only once during that period. He will re-enter business of some kind when he returns. We hope the springs will do Joe good and he will return in good health for he is a good citizen. No-To-liac for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. 60c, U. All druggist The Nogales Methodist Seminary closed a most successful term of ten mouth's school last Wednesday in the usual interesting way: recitations by the lxembers of the school, a treat from the teacher and the awarding of prizes for deportmen t aud scholarship. Master Harry Wulfing received the gold medal, Aurora Escobosa received the silver medal,, and Mary Gardner and Juan Raphael received second prizes. The school will reopen in Sep tember. Rev. ' S. V. Dilley and his wife have takn great interest in this sehcol and the pupils have advanced very rapidly under their tutorship. Last Sunday afternoon Rosalio Cota was stabbed in the back in front of the Montezuma hotel 1by Marcelino Martinez. The men had a quarrel about money matters. They were walking dowh the track and no one heard them say a word, but when in front of the Montezuma Martinez drew a long butcher knife and began slash ing Cota. Coca tried to ward off the blo'S but had his hand badly cut in the attempt. He fell into the wire fence at the park aud was picked up by guests at the hotel, aud Martinez made his escape into Sonora, though lie woul-I not have done so had Joe Carbon been able to procure a gun in time. Jce witness. I the cutting but was unarme I . Ti Cure Conw-ltAtlon Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c If G. C. C fail to cure, druggists refund money. Card of Thanks. We desire te sincerely thank those who were so kind to us duriug our bereavement in the loss of our beloved son George, especially do we want to thank those Mexican miners who were with him when the accident oc.-urred and who stayed with hi in so nobly and administered to his sufferings us best they could. Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Webb. Eitornte Yoar llowels With Cwscarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C C. C. f ail, druggists refund money. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your trouble.? If not, ge u bottle now mi J get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapt eci to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exeitiug a wonderful di rect influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, r are nervous, sleep less, Excitable, melancholy or troubled with d;zzy spells, Electric. Bitters is the medicine you need. Healtli and strength are ;uarniirwid by its use. Fifty cents an. I 1.00 at Chenoweth Mix's. Sefior Clodoiuiro Miiy tvteii , com mitted suicide ut Guayiuas Tuesday morning. Cause love. Jos. Pascholy Co. u usfc intend goin- into the wholesale business largely us we have seen them unloading this week one car roofing iron, one car nails, one car barb wire, one car flour aud one car beer. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, . Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. CREAM A Pure Grapt Cream of Tartar Pawdcr. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. RAILROAD E .VS. What is Going o i Along the Line. Engiueer Thread way is ihw on the pile driver down in Sonora. . Trainmaster E. J. Gibson returned from Guaymas Thursday niht. i General Manager J. A Nauj,le was in Nogales iu his private car Thursday. Andy Linder writes from Yuma that he will take a run down., to San Diego for a short stay. Fred Maish, a passenger fireman from El Paso, is in the city on a lay-off and expects to spend the 4th of July in Tucson. Citizen. E. D. Shank who was a deles-ate to the Firemen's convention at Toronto from the lodge at this place, returned home this momin:, much pleased with his trip. -Tueson Citizen. Jim Glenu, who has been breaking for Conductor Woo drum lietween Ben son and Nogales has been transferred to the passenger on the Sonora end and H. B. Shirk takes his place on the north end. P. J. Zeimet, E. J. Gibson and Geo. Montague have received iuvitations from the general office boys at Guay mas of the Sonora road to spend the Fourth in Guaymas and take a fishing trip on the yaeht Dan This will be a delightful trip as the Dan is one of the swiftest yachts on the coast. ; J uan Molina, section foreman on the Sonora railroad at Nogales, .Sonora, let a thousand pound -guard Tair-fstr'on his arm Wednesday morning, causing muscular rupture of the arm. Doctor Chenoweth says it is a miracle that the arm was not severed from the man's body. Unless bloedpoisoniug sets in he will recover. The first . S. P. engine to run into Nogales since the change of ownership of the N. M. & A. and Sonora, was No. 1650, that pulled the passenger in Monday night, under ch-trge of Engi neer John Schoonmaker and tired by II. S. Foreman. The engine is a beauty and attracted considerable attention from our citizens. - "Master Mechanic L S. Pratt of Tucson was badly scaldud last week while out ou a trip of inspection. He was examining an engine and whil stooping underneath the overflow pide from the injector, the fire man started the injector and threw hot water over one arm and shoulder. The fireman did not know he was there. Lieutenant E A Shuttieworth of Fort Whipple, Lieutenant Mc.Master of Fort Douglass, Utah, with five men came over from Fort Huachuca yes terday on a conneitering tour and will return home today. TOMBSTONE TRAGE D Y. W. C. Green Shoots and Kills James Burnett. W C Green's little 12-year-ld daughter Ella and her playmate, Katie Corcoran were drowned in the San Pedro below Mr Green's dai. Some one blew up the dam with dynamite and tiie rush of the water caught the litt e girls unawares and drown them both. M r. Green accused James Bur nett of causing the dam to be blown up and in a discussion about the affair iu Tombstone July 1, Mr. Green shot and killed Burnett. Mr. Green made a statement to the Prospector after the shooting which we give herewith: I iiave no a atement to make other than that man wan the cause of my child beirjr drowned. 1 ascertained beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was the guilty man and when I tho. slit of my little girl as she put her arms around n y neck on the day she was drowned, i could think of nothing but vengeance rn the man who caused her death. I hare lived in this territory twenty-five years and have always been a peaceable, lawabiding man. I held no animosity and have no regret for anything ex cept the death of my little girl, and tte litt e Cochrat. girl and the grief nf my poor wifr." He added, "Vente.ne is mice, I will repay, saith the l.ord." Attorney William Harlow left last night to defend Mr. Green. P P K LLEGRtN PRACTICAL GENEVA WAlCHMAtE: nr5. Special attention given to work from Sonor.-"j3 Watches, Clock, Jewelry an 1 Spec tacles for Sale With The Cash Grocery NOGALES, ARIZONA. SPECIAL LESSON? IN SPANISH and ENGLISH. For particular aad terms call at this Office. REV. 8 V. DILLKY. 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 than Compound Extract of Sarsapariiia, at 85 cents a bottle. W use the best drugs and give the most care in com pounding prescriptions, and never allow anyone to give you a better equivalent for vour money. CHENOWETH & MIX, Nogales, Arizona, Morley Avenue, SILVER CITY HEDIICTIOX CO Silver City, N. M. Pays Cash for Copper, Gold and Silver Ores. Correspondence Solicited. W. F. eilENOWETH. F. II. -WELLE PHYSICIANS bURGEONS. NOGALES, - - - ARIZONA TELEPHONE No. 1. ASSAY OEEIGE, Metals a Specialty. Nogales, - Ariz. Enriaue G. Ronstadt MINING AGENT Office rioath side of the "Plaza doArna." Magdalena, Sonora, Mex. J. rl.TAYIX)B C8.COUKTUOMJ1ISS10NKH J ostioe of tlie Peace. Notrya Public aniCeonveyance. W. N. CUMHINGS Real .-Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let- Money Loans Negotiated. On hand a Nuinbe- cf Fine Lots, im proved and unimproved. NOdALKS, P. O. Box 121. Notice to Examiner Readers. Have your Examiner delivered to your home for 65 cents per month by the Line City Store. Frank M. King, Prop. HOTEL FRANCES, FREGOSO BUILDING, XTogales, Sonora. This well known house been thoroughly overhauled and furnished throughout for the accommodation of guestH. Fine and elegantly furnished roomB. A line bar is attached to the hoteL JOS ROUGNY, Proprietor: WATCHES ! Bring your watch to me and have it put in 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 others fail to make go. NOGALES, - - ARIZONA Shop next door to Pascholy 's Levy's old stand. 1 9 T..1 1 Drue: Store Chenowoth & Mil A Choice Stock if Pure Drug And Medicines on Hand. Full line ofthe leading parent medi cines. Prescriptions carefully fom Krandcd. Manufacturers of soda, Vichy, fBrsaparilla, syrups Etc. NOGALES, ARIZ. 1897, Spring Opening. c-o Your attention is res"ertfally invited taiaspect our ciii-ar . PA3ERN HATS and Imported Millinery "ovetties Crawford 8t., oppposite Mexican consulate. The Exchange, -J r. IIhickwouo t"ine HlNeii and 4'f NOGALES ARIZONA. E. B. HOCAN. 33 1 a. o Is. s nsjL-fcfci And Carriage Maker, General I'epair Shop. j SUBSCRIBE TO THE VIDETTE ! ADVERTISE. WANTED: Agents for unoccu pied territory by Chicago's largest ; tailoring house. Good opportunity for ! right men. Elegant sample outfits furnished free. The Big Tailors, Cor. State and Harrison Streets, Chicago, Illinois. CHAS. TAYLOR, ASSAYER . Office with Public Sampling; Wo?ks, opposite MunteiuBia Hotel. Nogales, 'Arizona. Assays made at the following prices: Gold, silver and lead, each $1.00; Cop jer, $1.50. Above prices in United State's cuirency. Fas?age HORSES AND CATTLE, ONE DOLLAR per MONTH GOLD. Plenty of hay and watr. Careful man in attendance. ONE MILS FROM TOWN. , Nogales, Arizona. It. H. Clark. B. H. LACABRA. . C A NT I N A Y BOLICHE. Pine Wines Liquors and Cigars. HZRMOSILLO. SONORA. MEXICO