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WW it NOG ALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA; SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1897. 68. VOL 4. LOCAL BRIEFS. Fancy toilet soap at the Line City Store. H. B. Gibson went south to bis mines Monday . Mr. F. H. Seymour and son were in Nogales during the week. Guitars and accord eons are being sold at cost at the Line City Store. . Hy L. Caraway went to the Bacanu chi ranch in Sonora on Tuesday. A. B. Smith, father of Mark Smith ot Nogales, is here from Tucson visiting his son. , Mr. John Smith, the genial post master at Crittenden, was a visitor at Nogales early this week. Mrs. W. C. Budge, wife of Conductor j Budge on the Sonora road, is spending the summer in Prescott. J. W. Kelley of Kansas City, passed five carloads of cattle Monday. Tbey were feeders from Magdalena. Paymaster Lesser of the Sonora & N. M. A A railroads, has been up from Guaymas during the week paying off. C. P. Pearson and. wife came up from La Colorado, Sonora, Sunday night and will visit in Nogales a few days. Arthur E. Crepin, manager of the Company Store at Rollin, was in No gales Sunday and Monday on business and pleasure. Geo. Webb, Albert Behan and Sam King went out to Walker'B Canyon Sunday and brought in a lot of Blue Rock pigeons. Miguel Bornio and C. O. Allen, mana ger and superintendent of the Colorado Gold and Silver Mining Company, were in town a portion of the week. Supt. C. C. McNeil, of the Maricopa & Phoenix railroad, has gone to San Francisco. He was called there at the same time Supt. Naugle went up. Secretary of State Celedonio C. Ortiz is in Nogales with bis wife and children to spend the summer. He has taken rooms in the Moscarenas building on the Sonora side. An American lady from Nevada will open a candy factory and bakery, with soda fountain and ice cream parlor in Nogales on September 1. She will make only first class goods. . , W. C. Greene of Cochise county, spent Sunday in Nograles and went back to Crittenden that evening where I he had left his team. From there he went by team to the Cananea mines. I W . E. Pomeroy returned from Mesa j City Tuesday. Mr. Pomeroy has just ! returned from California where he went j with the remains of Prof. F. J. Nether- ; ton, who was thrown from his horse ! i and killed June 30. , Richnrd H. Reynolds and J. M. Mil- ! ler, U. S. customs inspectors at Bisbee, j captured 40 gallons of mescal and ar- j rested two Mexicans Friday night at I Bisbee. The Mexicans were boned j over and iu default of bail went to jail. Nogales now has a city water works ' on the syphone plan. Chenoweth Bros, j have spent thousands of dollars put- 1 ting in wells and machinery to supply the town with water and now they have hit on an inexpensive way to supply water. Joaqnin J. Saldana, postmaster at Hermosillo, died at Nogales Monday afternoon. Mr. Saldaua had been ill for some time. He had secured a lea ve-of-absence and was on his way to the City or Mexico when taken suddenly worse here and died. Lieutenants Wright, Grisard and Ben nant with a squad of men were in Nocrales a portion of the week. These officers are traveling through the coun try drawing maps of the ranches, roads and trails on the American side along the international boundary line. Go to the Line City Store for your daily papers, periodicals and stationery. All daily papers delivered to any part of Nogales for t5 cents a month. The Examiner. Chronicle, " Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Herald, and all eastern papers can bo secured there. "See sma'l handbills." The Mexican smuggler at whose horse Inspectors Sam King nrd George Webb shot last week was etruck in the right leg by a buckshot from King's gun but it is merely a flesh Wound and will soon be wel!. The fellow says he would have stopped when called on, but his horse ran away with him having got scared at the inspectors. Albert Behan arrested a Mexican Saturday morning at Lochiel with two gallons of mescal in his pos.-ession. The Mexican was held over Saturday to the next grand jury in the sum of $100 in default of which he went to Tucson. Deputy U. S. Marshal Scott White came over from Tombstone Mon day and took him in. The Dos Naeiones cigar factory is turning out a lot of fine cigars now. Following are the cumes oi the leaders: Celestiales, Imperiales, Regalia del Co mercio, Wells Fargo, Mineros, Victo rias de Colon, Regalias de Mexico and Or-jullo de Ricardo. This is the only cigar factory in Arizona and the cigars are all made of genuine imported to bocco. - There has been a new. superintendent appointed at Rollin. . Mr. Richard Eames, Jr. is now in charge and is getting ready to increase the working force. The now parts of the snlelter have been received and it will start up bn now and the first of the month Dr. Eames and Chas J. Eames, Jr., have gone east to remain. Rollin is destined to be one of the heavy produ cers of Pima couyty. J. P. Furloug, a man well known in this part of the country, as a wide ex perienced mining man and who is doing business now at La Colorada, Sonora, as news and stationery agent, and who lived in Bisbee for five years. It is claimed he was married a year and n half ago. If there is anyone here or anywhere else who will prove the fact they will receive a reward of 81000 by calling on J. G. Pritchard,. the post master at Bisbee. Henry Douglass, who has been pas senger conductor on the Sonora rail road for the past two years, left Monday night for San Francisco. "Dug," as his friends (of whom he has a host) called biro, is one of the most thorough railroad men who ever came to Nogales-and withal a perfect gentleman. Few railroad men have run out of No gales who will be missed as much as Mr. Douglass. We join "Dug's" many warm friends in wishing him the abundant success such men are sure to meet with in any country. SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. The mining interests of Sonora never looked better. The steamship Orizaba arrived at Guaymas from San Francisco last Mon day. The Cero Blanco country in Sonora is coming to the front as a mineral pro- ducer. Last Wednesdav was the first rainfall experienced by southern Sonora for this season. McWood & Breckenridge have taken a bond on the Mulatos mine in Sahna ripa district. This mine is a fine prop erty. The schoolship Zaragoza, which left Guaymas a year ago last May to go around the world, arrived at Vera Cruz on the 3rd inst. The state secretary of Sonora has an nulled the concession of Jas. Moffett to build a smelter in Sonora on account of nonfulfilment of contract. The Trinidad mine in the Sahuaripa district has closed down. This is one of the biggest miucs in Sonora. We did not learn the cause of its closing down. El Sol has been enlarged to a six column paper and is now neat and newsy. Valencia and Figueioa, the editors, nre to be congratulated for their enterprise. The new company which recently purchased the Las Amarillas and Grand Central mines in Minas Prietas district, are now taking out $30,000 a month in gold clear of all expenses. Now that the rainy season has com menced in Sonora mining matters will liven up, and mills that have had to shut down on account of shortage in water will again steam up. Captain Teofilo Genesta has taken command of the gunboat Democrata, and Don Manuel Hijar, formerly com mander of the s? me, leaves for Vera cruz to take charge of the naval train ing school there. Jose Abundio Salas, Pascual Her nandez and others who were recently arrested at Altar on a charge of having bogus coins, have been released from custody as there was not sufficient evi dence to convict. Eighty Yaquis who belongod to the 24th battallion of the Mexican army formerly stationed at the Yaqui river, have been mustered out at the City of Mexico and are on their way back to j the Yaqui couutrv. The Twelfth Battallion of the Mex ican army under command of Colonel Garcia Hernandez will shortly leave Torin on the Rio Yaqui, where they have been stationed for several years and go to the City of Mexico. George Grunio, of Hermosillo, Son., is at the Jardin, and expects to remain here about three weeks. Mr. Grunic was in Mexico a year ago and was so impressed with the country that he has returned. Associated with Dr. H. ! Hoofer and Jacob Schuele of St. Louis and New York, he has started a large brewery at Hermosillo. The last gen tleman is inventor and patentee of j American ice ' -machinery Mexican Herald. . illXIXG NEWS. The Copper King mines of San Xa vier district are taking out some rich copper carbonates. The Corda Brothers were in town yesterday from Olive camp, as was Charlie Dougherty also. They all look prosperous and report the well known chloriding camp as still holdidg its own. Star. , Jos. Goldtree yesterday shipped a carload of high grade silver-lead pre from the New Colorado mine in the Sierritas. He says he will use the pro ceeds in paying the expenses of himself and family on ou a summer outing to the coast. Unless the returns fall below that from former shipments from this property he can extend his trip to Paris if he cares to do so. Star. General Manning is shipping a car load of silver-lean ore daily from the San Xavier property, more especially for the purpose of ascertaining the true method of economically treating the ore before adding machinery for treat ing the ore on the ground. This prop erty now promises to soon become an important feeder to Tucson's business. Star. Charles Dickson brought in some very ordinary looking samples from the Red Wing claim, in Gold gulch, yesterday, which when broken showed free gold in abundance. The Red Wing and Red Jacket claims, situated in Gold gylch sixteen miles west of Globe, owned by Jas. ' II. Pascoe, Wm. II. Stewart and Chas. Dickson. The lead is 14 by 18 feet in width and assays have been obtained running from $14 to $80 vn gold. The lied Wing is opened by a shaft 50 feet in depth and and by drifts and cross-cuts showing up considerable ore. On the Red Jacket there is a 25-foot shaft. They are among the most promising claims in the Pinto Creek region. Globe silver Belt. MEXICAN MATTERS. General Martinez, governor of Pue Lla has returned to his post. The recent earthquakes in Tehuante pec damaged the light house at Salina Cruz. Heavy rains have fallen in the v'ci nity oi Jimenez and good crops are assured. The squadron of auxiliary cavalry stationed at San Luis Potosi have been ordered to Queretaro. The mint at Culiacan has received forty cases of copper to be coined into a half million cents to be put in circu lation. The prisoners in Belem to date num ber 2653 men -i36 women, a total of 3099. Among those there are 52 who are con demned to death. A Monterey barber has discovered a preparation in the form of a soap that will shave the stiffest beard by apply ing the soap and wiping the face with a towel. The legislature of Yucatan has una mously approved the treaty arranged by Sscretary Mariecal with Belize and confirmed the action of the Mexican senate. The suit to oust Dan Burns from the control of the famous Candelaria mines in the state of Dnrango, has been re vived again. The suit is for the mines proper and all connections. They are valued at $18,000,000 and some millions have already been spent by Burns in defending similar suits. BURNETT WAS ARMED. ! Additional Facts in Reference to the j Burnett Killing. j From the Bisbee Lyre we gloan a few facts about the Greene-Burnett trageny : which will interest Mr. Greene's many friends as follows: "The defense immediately com- : menced habeas corpus proceedings be fore Court Commissioner Johnson, . which was heard yesterday. Burnett's pistol, with one empty chamber, and j Green's with four empty chambers I were identified and placed in evidence. I Chief of Police Weiser stated that after ( Green surrendered and on passing the 1 1IJ1I , Absolutely Pure. Olebratel fr -.ts jfrmt leaven in strength t.-Lii Itealthfnlne-s. .v-uro the food mmi st alum mn-i all form? fef adulteration coxinioa to the cheap bmnd?. liAKlij VW.lJiti CO., xiivr body of Burnett he paused, and raising his hand, said: "Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord, I will repay. That man caused the death of two innocent children and broke my wife's heart. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord." Mrs. Hart teftified that Burnett had told her that he would kill Green on signt, or the first chance he had, and on hearing of Burnett's death she said: "Burnett said he would kill Greene, but it has turned out the other way." "B. A. Packard testified that Bur nett had told him "Greene and I can't both live, and I am going to live." He had said the words in a very emphatic wanner, and that he, Packard, had told Greene to be on his guard, as Bur nett was a bad man. "Court Commissioner Johnson ad mitted Mr. Greene to bail in the sum of thirty thousand dollars, which was at once furnished and Mr. Green was re leased." Avenged His Little Girl. Further details have been obtained of the drowning of the littlft1 Greone - - - - . girl in the San Pedro. It was sup posed that she and another child were drowned owing to their own careless ness. This, it transpires, was not the case. They were overtaken by a break in the diuu up the river. The dam was blown out by parties then unknown, and the rush of waters over took the children, sweeping them away to their destruction. Wi'liam Grpene, father of one of the cliil.lrcn, offered a reward of $1,000 for information as to the identity of the destroyer of the datn. The reward availed, aud brought out the fact that it was done by one Jim Burnett, for reasons kuon only to himself. Greene found Burnett (rt Tombstone, iu front of the O. Iv. eoj--ral, and after explaining that his errand was to avenge the death of his little qirl, he shot and instantly kille 1 Bur nett. Public sympathy is all with Greene- No Arizona jury would con vict lit in, and he will doubtless be cleared. Los Angeles Times. SEWS OF THE RANGE. Things That Are Happening Among the Cattlemen. Mr. J. G. Hall, who has made his headquarters at Deuiing the past season, was in town Sunday on his tv ay to Sierra Bonita ranch to look at some of Col. Hooker's fiiie bull calves. On his return Mr. Hall will go to Gerouimo to receive and ship a drive of the Pringle cattle from Gila county. During the season he has shipped from New Mexico and Ari zona about 30,000 head of cattle. Arizona Range News. Mr. A. A. Spaugh of Cheyenne, well known to many of our stockmen as a heavy buyer, the past season, of Arizona cattle, was recently in Kan sas City, erf route to Texas. Arizona Range News. Don't Touarro Spit a til Kuiuke Vuur Life Away. To quit tobacco easily uud forever, be iaa? netic. full of life, nerve and viiror. take No-To-B:ic. the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 50c or CI. Cure guaran teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. Fine toilet soap at the Line City Store. Orders taken at the Line City Store for Hue summer suits, shirts and hue ties. Typewriter supplies at the Liue City store. W. B. WELTON, THE ELECTRICIAN. ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK. WIRING OF EYERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY PURPOSE. SPECIAL ELECTRIC FIXTURES FOR SALE. SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. k-v. 'TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS INSTALLED. " W. B. WELTON, NOGALES. 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