Newspaper Page Text
is . . f sis .
7 - nA; s zee y v VOL 4. NOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1897. 67, LOCAL BRIEFS. Fine toilet soap at the Line City Store. "Warren Smith was down from Bollia during the week. Miguel Latz was up from Magda lena the first of the week. A fine new lot of guitars just opened up at the Line City Store. Doctor Purdy is getting along yery well, considering the hot weather. All kinds and prices of accorrleons at the Line City Store. J ust received. Geo. Marsh this week completed an addition to his Railroad avenue ware house. Smoking and chewing tobacco, cigarettes and pipes at the Lino City Store. Orders taken at the Line City Store for fine summer suits, shirts, and line ties. Dr. W. F. Chenoweth visited his wife and baby at Hermosillo during the week. Dr. Geo. Goodfellow was up from Hermosillo to spend the Fourth. He went Monday. Fred Heyne went to Bisbee .and spent the Fourth. He reports having had a good time. Theo. Gebler lias just completed a large warehouse adjoining the old one On Railroad avenue. Charley Mehan will not return to Nogales very soon as he has been re tained at the port of El Paso, Texas. Rodolfo Leon and Nicolas Contre ras, merchants at Devisadero, Sonora, were visitors at Nogales early this week. . The Nogales Hose company gave a very delightful dnwee- at- Marsh'-a hall j last Friday night. All had .- a good time. Messrs. John Maloney, W. H. Ran dall and O. K. Franklin went out to Oro Blanco Tuesday morning on min ing business. The Jubilee restaurant, on Crawford street next to W. N. CumHiings' is running now and it i a first class place for families to eat. L. Ephraim went to San Francisco last Saturday '. and will lie home in about one week. He went to visit his father who lives there now. A. P. Alexander, representing the Mutual Life Insurance Company ar rived Sunday with his family from Phoenix and will make his home here. Captain Miguel Bornio, manager of La Colorada Miuing and Milling Co. at Las Planchas, was in Nogales early this week. . The mine is developing some fine ore. J. D.Milton,. P. B. Yates, Miss Emery and Miss D-w drove to the Santi Cruz Sunday and had a Foarth of July lunch on the banks of that raging stream. Mrs. W. P. Field of Tucson, came down Monday and is visiting the family of Mayor G. A. Aviry. Mrs. Field used to reside here and has mauy friends in Nogales. G. B. Couch, bookkeeper at Marsh's will brin;; his wife down from Phoenix in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Couch will be qui-e an addition to the social circles of No ales. V. B. Wei ton is putting in electric light fixtures at a lively rate this week. A big boy arrived at his place on the Fourth of July and he has been celebrating ever since. Od the first instant Senator Kyle and M. II. McCord called ou Mie Pre sident and ured the appointment of George ClirLt of Nogales, for Surveyor General of Arizona Phoenix Herald. W. Harlow, returned to Tombstone again last Monday t-t look after the interest of his client, W. C. Greene, who is charge.l with killing James Burnett. Mr. Greene ill cjme out all right us he was j istitiod. Mounted Inspectors George Webb and Sam King had a lively chase after a Mexican smuggler near Calabasas Monday night. The smuggler out ran them but when the boys commenced shootinsr at his horse, the fellow dropped his mescal and kept running. Al Peck has lost the combination to his Hall's safe and can't get into it to get his money out. He will have Joe Taylor tackle it tomorrow. Joe is an excert on openins safes as that was at one time his business. J. M. Darnall received two fine blood hound pups Tuesdays from the Arkansas penitentiary by express Mr. Durnal will train them and though he does not expect them for mountain work in this mountainous country, he expects to get good service out of them around town. Not one arrest was made on the 4th and 5th of July in Tucson this year, which speaks well for the city as an orderly community. There was but one case in the police court this morn ing, charged with drunkeness, and this arrest was made lust Saturday. The prisoner was given five days. Citizen Mr. W. D. Harlan, pleasantly re membered by many here, las recently been appointed chief of a division in the general land ofiiee at Washington. Wiih land office work Mr. Harlan is at home, he having prior to Cleveland's first administration served twenty vears in that department. The Citi zen takes pleasure in congratulating him on his appointment. Citizau. A fire alarm was rung last Sunday night at about eleven o'clock and the fire boys responded in short notice. A small adobe building with thatched roof back f Risiuger's had caught fire and was soon barnel with its contents In running to ths fir a with the hose cart Dr. PurJy fell and had his right leg broken between the aukli and the knee.Both bjaes are broken and . it will be some time before the to jtor will be out a.iin. Dr. Goodfellow and Dr. Cheuaweth set the limb. S0W0RA NEWS. Milling and Other Items from Qur Sister State. A company of bull fighters are giv ing exhibitions in Guaymas. The sixteenth legislature of Sonora will convene at Hermosillo ou the 16th of September. Senor Joaquin L. Sobarzo has been appointed collector of customs ut L- Morita, in the Arizpe district. Mr. Belis irio Valencia, editor of El Sol of Hermosillo, has been very ill for several weeks, but is now recovering. Senor Herculano Lopez, bishop for the state of S;iiora, has just returued to Hermosillo from a trip of several months in the interior of the republic. A glass factory will shortly be established at Guaymas by an Amer ican company. Mr. John .Viker, an architect, has already submitted plans for buildings, etc. The repairs on the Catholic cathe dral at Hermosillo w ill probably be completed by the first of September. The cathedral will then be one of the best structures in Sonora. A company has been organized to work the auriferous lands and the Sa huarito mine in the Altar district. Those forming the company are J. B. Stor.'tian, Jesus Montijo and Fernando Rodriguez. It is said that the Sin German tan nery, located near Guaymas, turns out better leather than some of the best tanneries in the United States The product of this tannery is readily sold to eastern merchants. The citizens of Guaymas will cele brate in grand style the 43rd anni versary of their victory against the French arms on the 13 of July, 1854. Great preparations are being made to properly observe the day. Messrs. Iiierri, the enterprising Guaymus brokers, have in contempla tion the establishment of a telephone system in that city. This important improvement will be greatly appre ciated by the business men of the So nora metropolis. have been reappointed as members of the supreme court of Sonora: Conrado Perez Aran da, chief justice; Ignacio Bernal and Manuel Rodriguez, associate justices; and Alejandro D. Aiuslie, attorney general. j The Promontorio mine owned by L. j Ephraiui is One of the biggest silver I mines in Sonora. One can walk fori five or six hoars through tunnels with out doubling on auy of them. MrJ Ephraim keeps a force of men at work all the time taking out ore and storing it away. Ho expects to put in a smelter in a few mouths if silver don't take a raise and work his ore in So nora. The ore runs over 200 ounces in silver and a good per cent of lead. RAILROAD NEWS. What is Going ou Along the Line. . " Joe Reddoch is now yard engineer in this city. Joe makes a first class engineer. Five hundred feet of track was washed out between Torres and No gales last Tuesday. Conductor Geo. Pendell of the So nora railroad, has resigned his position and will leave Nogales soon. Superintendent Epes Randolph of the S. P. ami Hon. Chas. R. Drake were at Yania during the week ou mining business. The railroad company is moving the railroad broker's office about fourteen feet from its prereut location and will put up another building hlongside of it. Many of the S. P. firemen oc the Tucson and El Paso division arequit- ting on account of the heavy work" on the big ten-wheelers which burn fifteen tons of coal between Tucsda ajlnit-ti Lordsbur, a distance of 164 miles." w H. G. Knapp, night dispatcher has resigned his position at Nogales and will likely quit railroading for a time and engage in miuing. He went to Washington Camp Wednesday and when he returns he will cither go east or to Lower California. Conductor H. Douglass has resigned his position and will leave in a few days for San francisco. Mr. Douglass as maJu many friends in Nogales and along the line where he bus run, who will regret to see him go. He is a first class railroad man aud can have positions in any couutry. Col. J. H. H.-.mpson, president of the Mexico, Cuernavaca it Pacific rail road, has returned to the City Of Mex ico from au inspection trip over that ine. He reports that the work of construction is being pushed very rapidly and that the road w ill be com- pleted and in operation to this city in f a few weeks. Nearly 5.000 nieu . are at work in the different construction camps. It will be the first transcon tinental road north of the Isthmus of Teh u an tepee in Mexico, the oljectivt terminus ou the Paci. c coast being: the port of Acapulco. It is reported that at the meeting of the directors of the company recently held in Peuver authority was given Colonel Hampson j to build the ru.id over the Sierra Ma- j dr. s to the Pacific coast as rapidly as j the heavy construction work will per- j mit. Eagle Pass Guide. 31INING NEWS. Wm. Holmes was in from his mines n the Dragoons today upon which Los Angeles parties have a bond. The Prospector is informed that the mines are looking more favorable than ever and a good feeling prevails because of the excellent showing. Tombstone ; Prospector. A. M. Wells who has the McCor- r.ick group of copper mines in the i Dragoons and who is at present in , Denver is making arrangements for a new hoisting engine which is to be shipped to the mine ani further work ! prosecuted with vigor. Tombstone j Prospector s We understand that tho Cedar Val- ley Mining and Milling Company js The following gentlemen fi. -"jU . Absolutely Pure. Celebrated fr its ifreat lcavealnr strength a-id healthfulncvs. Assuron the food mcai ft alnm and all form? ef adulteratioa coniku to the cheap brand.-. BOYAX, BAKING POV;"D2R CO., NliW YORK soon o put in a big plant at Cedar to wrk the ores from several lodes. The capacity of the present mill is too limited for the output of the mines. This company has two large ledges in the Arnold ground that are sure to become - lecord breakers. Mohave County Miner. A ton of ore from Chemehuevis mountain mine of Raul, Marines it Ellibee was sold to the sampler a few days ago that gave a return of twenty ounces in rold. . The boys have a big ledge of lower grade ore from which assorted shipments are made, sufficient to keep them in supplier while ' (level oping . the property. They have i splendid showing. Mohave County Miner. The United Globe mines have laid ofT a good many men lately owing to preparations required to lie made for putting in - their new hoist, which in terferes with the mine work. Part of tliHjoew machinery has lrn .received anJ IV ylsi is on thl'foad" fremT Ge- ronimo and expected m within a day or two. It will not require mora than two or three weeks to put the hoist in position and have everything in readi. nes for operation, when work in the mine will be prosecuted with a full force and sinking resumed. fmeltin" will also be resumed. I'he Hoosier mine is said to look well, an important strike of ore having b en madu recent ly on the fifth level. Globe Belt. Everybody Says So. C."v:irots Candy Cathartic, the most won derful tin liieul discovery of tlio upc. p.eas anr, and refivslnncr to the insic. a-i. pently and osilivi-!y on kidneys, liver mid liou cls, clcaii.sinir the ontiro Bysfr-in. distil colds, euro heailiiche. lqvcr, )inlitii:il constipation and biliousness. Pleaso buy ami try n box of C C O. to-dny ; 0, 2T. M) cents. Hold and guaranteed to cure by all drnpgistSi SOUTH WESTERN RAN E. Newsy Happenings of Local In terest to Live Stockmen. On account of the lateness of the rainy season many southern Arizona cattle urf suffering. Tho sub-port of Bisbee has been closed to the importation of cattle on account of ticky cattle having leen driven through near there from Moc tezuma district. Hy L. Caraway nrriveJ Wednesday from the San Pedro in his four horse coach to arrange for the payment of duties on a large band of cattle he has just imported. . . Gecrge Spindle and Uncle Billy paster, two prominent cattlemen from nr.l.is m.nf. nrr.vorl ;.. town Wd- . i nesday on business. ' Mr. Plaster is i one of the Mexican war eteraus and an old time cattleman of Arizona and Mexico. Dan Hagan, the cattleman, has gone to Phoenix to look after soixe three thousand head of cuttle he has on pasture in the Salt River Valley. When he returns he will jio with his ; family to California to spend the re mainder of the summer. m- Harnett passed another band f cattle this veek from his Arizonv ranch in Sonora to the Babacomari ranch. Mr. Barnett has let Tom Turner have all his cattle on the shares. On account of the flcKinley bill ho doesn't want any cattle in Sonora and H I J mivr.GU Vll. Ill 1. 1 1 V- M u. u.w.j w uii". Americans down there are doing the thing. W. B. WELTON, THE ELECTRICIAN. ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK. WIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY PURPOSE. SPECIAL ELECTRIC FIXTURES FOR SALE. SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. TF! rpunNr a wn Tri cna a ou i imtc a wn icai xm m INSTALLED. W. B. WELTON, NOGALES. CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. ANDY 10 2b 50 ARSflT.TlTFT.Y fiTTSRSNTFFn ,n cure f nuOUUUlfjtit UUAAdiUrjEiU tiTe. I pie and booklet free. Ad. ST Kit LING KEMKDT S- CURE COHSTIPATIOH - Montezuma HoteL The only First-class Hotel in Nogales, Newly Refitted. Tlll?OXTG:llC'lT-t. First Glass We Can Save Y on Money And that is what everybody is t'ying to do these davs, THE REB ' H.OUSE;: Headquarters in Nogales for the celebrated "v Banister Shoes and Stetson Hats. FINE SUITS, GENTS' UNDErtWEAK, TIES AND FURNISHINGS, ' CORSETS, DRESS GOODS, RIBBONS Wholesale and Retail Boots, Snoes, Notions, Ltc. ' ------Tlie Reel tlonse ' Ramon Vasquez, ZMZOZEXjIKTZ" Old Mason DRAFT Over One Hundred Varieties and Fine Wines. Table and Hest "The Casind9 SUBSCRIBE FOR ARZONA LEWPU, Prop. CATHARTIC m or constipation. raret an- thr I.lral Laxa-X aripe-bnt cause ? natural rwulu. Sam-X .. Chicago. Bontreal. Can., or Ken Tork. 317.4 DINING ROOM. Robert Williams. , - Propiietor t Dealer in Dry Goods, Nogales, Airzona. AVB1TTJE. "WTaiskey: BEER of Imported Liquors. Cordials Unsurpassed for Quality Service. Ixully & Calisher. THE VIDETTE.