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VOL 4. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1897. 69. LOCAL BRIEFS. Tucson people ought to come to Ne gates and cool oft. Mrs. W. Barnett was down from Crittenden Monday. Jack Fitzgerald is very, low and is not expected to live. A. J. Gosart returned to Guaymas last Saturday morning:. Mrs. John Smith and son were down from Crittenden Tuesday. , The "hall in the new Masonic building is the best hall in Fima county. Mr. J. H. Cardon of Hermosillo, has been a visitor at Nogales this week. The Wylie building will soon be com pleted as will also the Breen building. U. S. Consul B. Hughes Long went to Casita Sunday for a little pleasuie trip. , . J. J. Cnatham has been appointed temporary inspector of customs at No gales. W. S. Cranz returned from a trip to Arizpe district in Sonora last Saturday morning. O. K. Franklin and Dr. F. H. Welles went to Washington Camp Monday on business. Monday Mr. John Caldwell of Her mosillo, came up for a short visit with his friends in Nogales. C. O. Allen, superintendent of La Colorada MiniDg Co. at Las Planchas was in town Monday. Mrs. W. P. Field returned to Tucson last Sunday night after a week's visit -with friends in Nogales. A. P. Alexander, special agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York went to Tucson Monday. Mrs. Geo. B. Couch came in from Phoenix last Sunday and Mr. Couch wears an elongated smile in consequence. Ten reams of fools cap paper for sale at cost at the Line City Store. A good chance to (get some good paper cheap. Collector Harry K. Chenoweth and Special Agent E. T. Stokes, went to Lochiefclast giuadaypn U-HjbusinesajJ ' The Nogales ladies' orquestra is "pro gressing rapidly and soon Nogales will be treated to some choice music by the members. W. B. Welton returned Monday from a trip to Washington Camp and Du quesne where he went to repair the tele phone line. Manuel Mascarenas, Jr., is up from Hermosillo on a visit to his family. Manuel has hosts of friends in Nogales who are always glad to see him. Catanich & Son are building an iron house on Brick wood's lot next to his residence and will move in there on the 4th of August with their fruit store. Sam F. Webb, ex-collector of customs at this port was in Sunday from his Favorita mine in Sonora. The mine is improving with each foot of develop ment. ' Letters of administration have been granted in the probate court to E. Lnketich, in the matter of estate oi Juana Luketick, who died several months ago in Hermosillo. John Maloney hns let a contract for a one hundred foot tunnel on bis lead mine fifteen miles from Nogales. Mr. Maloney has a fine lend property and he finds ready snle for the output. Jack Woodrum will go to Alaska next March and try his luck in the new gold fields. Mrs. Wsodrnm will stay with her parents in Texas during Jack's absence. . He expects to be gone a year. C. H. Buffett. who has been with Captain L. W. Mix at his mine in So nora for several years is now in Nogales and will remain for some months. Mr. .Buffett has recently returned from a trip to the east. A law and mining firm has been formed in Nogales by W. P. Harlow and J. A. Gowan. with offices in the I Montezuma hotel. Both gentlemen are i well known and we predict for them ! abundant success. Mrs. Frnnk J. Duffy will leave some time about the first of August for New York where Rhe will remain for some time under treatment with a noted phy sician. Her many friends hopo to see her return soon fully recovered. It is only a hundred miles from No gales to where every kind of wild game one can think of is found in abnndance. Anyono who wants to h:ive a hunting and prospecting trip combined can get what they want by going to tho Ajo mountains. If yon want yonr property or your life insured go to the Line City Store where F. M. King will attend to your wants. He is agent for the American and Svea fire insurance aompnnies and a'so for that only life insurance com pihy, the NewYoik Life. The first big order received by the Dos Naclones cigar factory was sent from ; San Francisco last Monday by Richard Fleischer. The order was for seventeen thousand five hundred cigars. The factory is turning out a large num ber of very fine cigars every day and a ready sale is being found for them. We predict a grand success for the factory. The manv friends and admirers of valve. This work was done under the s ipervisioa of Master Mechanic R. A Johnson, and the -work goes to show that Mr. Johnson is a man of modern views and right np to date on locomo tive engineering. The engine looks more as though she was just out of the Cook's locomotive shops where she was built, than from the Guaymas shops where they have a limited amount of The. Territorial Board of .Eqnaliza- Col. J.-M. Bacon, in Arizona, will re-! session, red-tfeed the sc a.-, .railway gret to hear that he has- beea- ordered' to Fort Meade, Dakota". "His command here has proved a great blessing to those exposed to a frontier life, for owing to eternal vigilance the Apache murderer and destroyer has practically become a thing of the past. ' The prompt and efficient services rendered the peo ple of Nogales and vicinity, during the filibuster troubles last summer and the universal courtesy shown federal and territorial officers will be !ong remem bered. Citizen. RAILROAD NEWS. Supt. J. A. Naugle returned Tuesday from San Francisco. Mr. Chas. Osgood, formerly with the S. P. but lately with the Torres & Prie tas road left Tuesday night for Los Angeles. Frank Ochoa, fireman on the No gales switch engine, returned from Guaymas Monday where he has been visiting relatives. Fred Star who has been breaking on the passenger between Nogales and Benson has returned to his old run be tween Nogales and Carbo with Conduc tor Adams. The east-bound freight business on the main line has been exceptionally good the past week and most trains are being sent out in two and three sections or as double-headers. Francisco P. Ramirez, clerk in the Mexican postoffice went south Monday with the mail and returned that .night. On account of the non-arrival of the assessment of the N. $00,000. M. SONORA NEWS. from Our bnilU CVCU1U" W5iUIt3 lillUI O W US IIO . , . ,. . , . . .... , T r railwSy mail tlerk to go ttutT Judge G. H. Robinson, attorney for the Sonora railroad, has gone east to Chicago and New York on business con nected with the change of the Sonora and N. M. & A. roads and the annulling of the contract by the Mexican govern ment. Joe Reddock, who has been running the switch engine in the Nogales yard for the last month, is now back on his old run firing the passenger between Benson and Nogales with Engineer Schoonmaker. Engineer Tread way is back from Sonora and has taken the switch engine. Jimmie Glenn, who was formerly brakeman on the passenger between Nogales and Benson has been promoted to conductor on the work train on the Sonora and George Star takes his place on the passenger. Mr. Glenn is a first class railroad man and the promotion is a deserved one. Engineer Tom Cleveland and Fire man Deveese returned from Guaymas on Saturday where they went with S. P. engine No. 1693 and had it repaired at the Guaymas shops. The work was done as well as though it was done in the S. P. shops at Sacramento. This speaks well for the mechanical skill of Master Mechanic Johnson. Tommy took his bathing suit along and d:d some plunging. He was shocked how ever to find that many young ladies bathed at the same place with no batt ing suits at all and he could'n't be in duced to go into the water. Andres S. Lopez, section foreman at Guaymas, was killed at Batuecas last Thursday night. Lopez was rounding a ten per cent curve when the south bound train came along and knocked the hand car off the track. All the hands but Lopez jumped. He was knocked senseless and died shortly after. There are bulletins posted in all Mining and Other Items . Sister State. The 5th regiment band was mustered out on the 1st of July at Torin on the RiaYaquL General Luis E. Torres last Sunday tendered a serenade at Guaymas to the ladies orchestra of that place by the 12th battallion band. Cirilo Ramirez and a party of gentle men left Guaymas last week for an ex ploring trip into Lower California. He will be gone some time. The dramatic company of Buxens, which played recently one month in Guaymas and one month in Hermosillo is now about stranded in Culiacan. Mr. G. A. Villasenor, the well known mining operator of Sonora, has brpught his family from Hermosillo to spend the remainder of summer in Nogales. The report that Juan Maldonado, chief of the Yaquis had been killed has turned out to be not true as that party is enjoying good health at Pitahaya on the Rio Yaqui. It has been learned that the 12th battallion will not be moved from the Yaqui river to the City' of Mexico as i was first reported . The colonel has no orders to that effect. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bush of Hermo sillo, came up from the Sonora capital last Saturday evening and are visiting friends in this city. Mr. Bnsh is man- 1111 V. POWDER. Absolutely Pure. Celehrat-1 fr its ifreat leavening strength v.il liealthfmne's. .'.smutch the food agai-.st miura ani an rormv fct adulteration common to theeheap brand?. nuiili HAJUJSU ro;Liia CO., NEW YOKK mosillo. There was a rowing match in Gnay mas bay on the 13th inst between mem bers of tho Club de Regatas y Natacion. There was quite a good deal of excite ment and considerable money changed hands on the result. Following are the candidates for the municipal election to beheld at Nogales, Sonora, the last Sunday in August: For mayor, Ignncio Bonillas; for conn cilmen, Aurelio Sandoval, Luis Freissi nier and Jorge Duplat. The merchants of Guaymas have agreed to contribute $000 a month to wards paying for the twelveth regiment band to play three times a week in the paik at Guaymas. Col. Hernandez has agreed to let the band stay there. Ganeral Torres has obtained a con cession from the Mexican government to operate a steamship line from Guay n as to the mouth of the Yaqui river. The concession is to last five years from the time the first steamer runs into Guaymai. ' " Li Fiesta de Santa Ana will com mence at Santa Ana on the 26th inst. Already a large number of people have congregated there and they all expect a big time. Pedro Diaz y Feliz or chestra will leave for there today to play for the fiesta management for two weeks. : The committee having charge of the festivities to be held at -Magdalena Sep tember 16th are as follows: Manuel Castro, president; Miguel Gonzalez, vice-president; B. P. ' Marqnez, " secre tary; Juan Irigoyen, treasurer; with the following alternates: . Pablo del Rincon. Manuel Aguilar and Ramon Martinez. . Sonora occupies the second place among the states of the republic in the production of oranges. In the list San section houses to the effect that section I San Ll,i Potosi stands first with a crop foremen shall protect their work by placing a red ilag fifteen telograph poles each way and a red lantern the same distance each way at night. This Lopez had failed to do hence the acci dent. Engine 10 came up from Guaymas Monday on tho passenger train with Engineer W. P. Hale and Fireman Frank Stone. This is the engino that was totally wrecked in front of the No gales depot about a year ago. She was wholly rebuilt at the Guaymas shops she has a new boiler placer and fire box, new cylinders and Allen's balance valves, latest improved monitor injector, the latest Nathan tripple feed - nickle plated lubricator, Westinghouse latest D 5, engineer equalizing and discharge last season of 33, 270. 000 oranges; Sonora second, 25,625.000; Michoacan, 5.202,000 and Jalisco, Nuevo Leon and Oaxaca following in the order named, but with out statement of the numbers. MINING NEWS. will contain an illustrated article on The Mineral Resources of Arizona" written by Thomas Tonge of Denver. ine oauiorma, one ot tbe lost mines of the desert, is reported to have been rediscovered by John F. James and Henry Blake in Arizona, south of Sen tinel station, near the border. Supt. S. H. Gould, of the Oro Mining Co. at Oro Blanco, was in the city yeS' terday on ' business with the board of equalization, and reported everybody prospering favorably wit h his company, Since Mr. Gould has taken charge of this company's mines and mill the property has become a steady income producer. Star. The Star had yesterday the pleasure of a call from C. D. Reppy, of the Flvrence Tribue, who is on his way home from a few days trip to the Hua enncas, wnere ne has some mining in terests. He is accompanied by W. C. Truman, sheriff of Pinal county. The gentlemn left on the west-bonnd train at :iu tnis morning. Air. Keppy re ported the mining interests in. the dis trict he visited as especially prosperous, with an expectation of an earlv increase pf rstivtty,J especially at tDuyuesne, where v. A. Clark, the ownar of the Jerome mines, has become interested to the extent of having taken a working bond on some of the copper property there, and is preparing to develop it on a somewhat extensive scale. The de velopment alieady done is very consid erable and the result warrants confi dence in the future of the property. Star. Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with local applications, as tliey cannot reach the seat of the, disease. Catarrh s a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous sur faces. Hall's Catarrh Cjre is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. 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We give you tho fullest measure of protection, and satisfy our customers in every instance, regard less of the money loss. We want you to look up to this as the model store, and trade here with the feeling that you're running no risk. This is a store with a past a past that'll bear the keenest scrutiny. WE CARRY The largest and. best stock of Ladies, Gent' and Children's shoes in Hcgeles. ' WE CARRY The largest and most up-to-date stock of Shirts' Ties. Cuffs, Collars, Etc. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SUITS MADE TO ORDER. WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT. w. B 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. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS INSTALLED. W. B. WELTON, NOGALES. ARZONA HOTEL ALMADA, M. MARCHEBOUT, Prop. GUAYMAS, SONORA. THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION, GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE. THE MOST COMFORTABLE AND BEST VENTILATED. andy cathartic City C. A. E'liot has just retnrned from a trip to his miue in Oxide, about two miles from Tanque Vorde in the foot hills of tho Rincon mountains. They are down about 40 feet and have a large body of high grfide ore. The vein is all the way from five to twenty -feet in width and Mr. Elliot thinks that the prospects are excellent for a good mine. Citizen. The August number of the Engineer ing Magazine (New York and London) Fine toilet soap at the Line Store. Orders taken at the Line City Store for fine summer suits, shirts and tine ties. jt Typewriter supplies at the Line City store. Fancy toilet soap at the Line City Store. Guitars and accordeons are being sold at cost at the Line City Store . Absolute purity, delicate flavor, are characteristics of Schlitz beer. J. T. Brick wood sells it for 10 cents a glass Mexican money. Notice to Examiner Headers. Have your Examiner delivered to your home for 65 cents per month by the Line City Store. Frank M. King, Trap- NURECpnSTIPATIOM J 25 so -VUJi-yT 11,11 A ALL 4 DRUGGISTS t A KM II. II Tr .1.1 lil A KB N 1 Kh II ""J Tniipaiio. anrm rr me mrai uxa-( ftDOULlUlEiLI UU&rinnl&EiU tire. BPTM- crip or cripcbul muse my aatural malts.. Sua- pie and booklet free. Ad. STICKLING ICRMKOT CO.. rhiraro. Montreal. Can., or Ken York. 91I.( t - Montezuma HoteL The only First-class Hotel in Nogales, Newly Refitted Tlqx'OTTgrii ot 1 1 . First Class DINING ROOM: : 5lTES REASONpixE. Robrt "Williams. Propiietor.