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VOL 4.
NOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, ATUEDAY, AUGUST, 14, 1897.
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LOCAL BRIEFS.
Butterick patterns at the Line City
Store.
Line City Store agents for the But
terick Pattern Co.
If you want Butterick patterns call
at the Line City Store.
Dr. W. F. Cheuoweth went to Her
mosiilo Monday on business.
The town council will set as a board
of equalization Monday at 10 o'clock.
The French Hotel has just' received a
' fine pool and' a fine billiard table.
The El Paso paper states that Lieut.
U. O. Flipper is in that city on business.
W. E. Pomeroy returned from Urea
last Tuesday where he went on cattle
business.
Geo. Christ, Jr., came up from La
Colorada last Saturday and will remain
here some time.
There was more water in the arroyo
from Tuesday's rnin than has been in it
for four years.
Collector H. K. Chenoweth returned
from Yuma Tuesday, where he went on
official business.
Master Mechanic Robert Johnson,
came up from Guaymas Wednesday
for a short visit.
John Bentley returned from Las
Planchas Saturday where he has been
working on the mill.
Special Deputy Collector of Customs
Steve Aguirre went to Tucson Tuesday
sight and returned this morning.
A Mansini, a prominent merchant of
Guaymas came up on Wednesday eve
ning's train and will stop here a few
days.
A telegram from Miss Blanche Avery
received by her mother Wednesday
states that she had arrived at Galesburg
safely.
Sunday night U. S. Custom Inspector
Robt. Hannah arrested two Chinamen
at Fairbanks .for being unlawfully in
the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Smith came up
fro:-Tocft Wednesday c a vi;.fcMrf
Smith is Vbrother o7 the wellknown
Oscar J. Smith, and has charge of
Oscar J. 's office at Torres. - - '
Fred Herrera spent several days at
Santa Catalina this week angling for
"yellow fish' and had so much fun that
it was hard for him to break away and
st&rt for San Francisco but he did.
Albert L. Coillet, engineer for the
Compania de Salinas de Altar, came up
from Altar Wednesday to visit for a few
days. Mr. Coillet says the mines being
worked by his company are paying big
money.
P..B. Yate3, route agent for Wells,
Fargo & Co., was in Nogales a couple of
days during the first of the week on
business for bis company. Mr. Yates
has many friends in the Line City who
are glad to see him. He has just re
turned from a trip to San Francisco.
J. C. Page, foreman of the Chirica
hua's sulphur spring valley ranch has
been in Nogales with a party of cowboys
three weeks waiting for a band of steers
to come up from Mexico. He expects
them every day and will take them to
' the company's Fort Thomas ranch when
t&v come. '
J. R. Southworth and wife returned
from ,a two weeks trip to California
Monday. They visited Los Angeles
and San .Francisco during their absence.
Mr. Southworth had all the necessary
plates mado for illustrating his book on
Sonora whiih will soon be ready for
distribution. They are located at the
Montezuma hotel.
A party o local mining men is being
organized to go to the Yaqui river
where the ricu placer diggings were
struck . The party will go by the Ajo
mountains then across to Batopilas
ranch where they strike the Yaqui
river and follow it down to the strike.
Hon. Sam F. Webb and W. E. Pome
roy will head the party.
The Vidette was in error last week
in stating that the altitnde of Nogales
is 3,500 feet. We find according to
Lieut. H. O. Flipper, the altitude is a
little over 4,000 feet aboyesea level and
several hundred feet above yellow fever
level. Yellow fever cases have been
brought here iu the past, but no one
caught it and the patients either died
or got well very soon.
. Editor Pat ton of the Bis bee Lyre
spent Sunday in Tombstone with his
family. His little daughter, Martha,
was compelled to retarn yesterday from
Nogales where she had gone on a visit,
being taken down with a burning fever
and the little Miss is now confined to
bed with what may develop into typhoid
fever. The frospector trusts she
speedily
p actor.
LA COLORADA ITEMS.
Items from the Great Sonora Gold
Camp.
Mr. Short has again open up in Mi
nas Prietas, he has a fine stock of wines
and liquors.
Charles Winston will retire from the
saloon business shortly, on account of
his health.
The Prietas roaster is now running
full force and successfully handling 200
tons per day.
A. E. Bates resigned his position in j
the Amarillas mill to take charge of his
ranch in Arizona.
A long conversation took place in
Amarillas town regarding a young lady.
"Be careful what you say."
Mr. Hansen, who had a severe attack
of neuralgia, is slowly recovering. We
hope to see him around soon.
J. P. Furlong, the news agent, will
move further up town this month for
the convenience of his customers.
Mr. McEnnery, a wellknown loco
motive engineer, is now working as
carpenter on the Colorada tanks.
Charles Wadleigh says he has the
best breed of bull dogs that walk in the
state and will challenge anything in
the southwest.
Anyone wanting to subscribe for a
paper or buy school books or slates
should call on J. P. Furlong, he will
accommodate all.
Mr. Burt, the Singer Sewing Machine
agent, says he is the only temperance
man in Sonora. "Oh but he likes the
dobes just the same."
A man, we think his name is Foray ht
gave the boys the Blip last week, we
don't think, and formed an alliance
with a rich lady of Prietas.
Mr. E. A. Brown, foreman of the Co
lorada mill, performed a scientific oper
ation on some amalgam. Sixty big
yellow bars was the fruit of his labor.
Five carloads of wild ham and bacon
are on the way from Arkansas, besides
25 cases of eggs from California. We
will have good grub for a while, so fill
up. '
Mr. A. Bulle paid us a visit last week,
he has jnst returned from a tour in the
southern part of Mexico, where he made
a large collection specimens and curio
sities. Mr. Stephens met with a severe acci
dent while working close to some ma'
chinery at the Amarillas mill. The
machinery caught his shirt sleeve and
wound 'him around.
One night last week a Yaqui went in
swimming at the big dam and was
taken with cramps and drowned. This
is the third man drowned since the dam
was built. It reminds us of the sad fate
of Harry Grinnell a year ago.
On the night of the 2nd two men
quarreled over a woman, when one
stabbed the other several times with a
knife, the other then pulled a gun and
shot his antagonist in the breast. They
are both dead. Tanglefoot and a wo
man are bad medicine.
Tom Curry, hoisting engineer of the
GraDd Central, resigned his position on
the 1st to work a big gold claim 42
miles west of here. He has a ledge 22
feet wide and can be traced 200 feet on
the surface and goes 40 ounces to the
ton in gold and 50 ounces in silver.
He will start soon laying a pipe to carry
water there. It is the biggest thing in
the country . There is no use of going
to Alaska.
SONORA NEWS.
i'lness. Mr. Castro was district juige
of Sonora, and was on a leave of ubsence
on account of illness.
A few days ngo a man working for
Messrs. Serna in his placers at La Cie
nega, in the" Altar district, found a
large gold nugget weighing two thou
sand grams.
At Hermosillo last Friday, a son of
Donaciano Lara, . while playing in a
barn the roof fell and buried the child.
He was taken out a short while after
in an unconscious condition.
RAILROAD NEWS.
the
Line
of
-Celebrated for its
aad hemlthfnlnef s. Assures the food agaiMst
lam and all forme ef adnJteration cunmn to
tbe cheap brands.
KOYAL, BAKING POTfDEB CO., NEW YORK
Rankin, Jr., J. W. Wallace and J. H.
Canavan. The capital stock, which is
folly paid up, is divided into 300,000
shares of $5 each. The company's
mines are located in the Silver Beef
mining district, fourteen miles below
Casa Grande, Arizona. The property
was bonded last January and the de
velopment work since done upon it, un
der the direction of Mr. Canavan, is
said to more than realize expectations.
The company organized July 29, by
electing Stephen Peck, president; J. W.
Wallace, vice-president; Thomas Kan
kin, Jr., secretary; and J. H. Canavan,
superintendent of the mines.
What is Going on Along
- - Travel. - - ,
W. G. Dumont was in from the south
Monday where he has charge of the
southern work train. -
Superintendent Epes Randolph has
had his private car overhauled and ren
ovated till it looks like a new car.
W. T. Boush arrived from Kansas
City, Mo., Monday and went on to
Torres to take the railroad telegraph
office there.
Engineer Treadway of the work
train came in Tuesday morning after
more men as the old gang all quit on
short notice.
Tuesday night the last of - the cheap,
excursions east passed Benson. The
trams were loaded -and No. 19 went
through in two sections, with twelve
cars to the section.
The Southern Pacific has two work
trains on tbe N. M. & A. now building
up the road and strengthening the
weak places. It will soon be a regular
railroad.
W. H. Barnett, who has been run
ning on the Sonora railroad for some
months as "collector" has been put
back to his old place of ' punching
"boletos" at the depot.
Station agent of the S. P. Co. in this
city, Chas. H. Burkhalter and wife have
gone to California for a month's vaca
tion. Robert Lowrie will be acting
agent during his absence. Star. ,
&n1 wifa rptnmer! this mnrnincr after a-i 1 J
tiro month's visit with relatives in
Mitchell, Ind. Mr. Brown expressed
himself as glad to get back to Arizona;
that the weather here is not near so hot
as it is in the east. Citizen.
L. H. Van Trees, who has been clerk
in the freight department at the No
paid s depot has been transferred to
Torres as agent at that station ' during
the absence of Agent W. B. Bowman
in California. Mr. Bowman has a 60
days' lay-off.
Nott Guild, who has been confined to
the Tucson hospital for several weeks
as a result of injuries received in a rail
road accident on the Southern Pacific,
had his leg amputated last week. The
operation was a successful one, and the
patient is getting along nicely. Citizen.
John Eberts, engineer on the Minas
Prietas and Torres railroad, died last
Wednesday of prostration irom heat.
He was pulling tbe train to Prietas
lien the fireman noticed that he
began to look wild and he soon com
menced to turn somersults. By tbe
time La Colorada was reached he was
raving and only lived a short time
after being taken off the train. Heat
had affected his heart.
Absolutely Pure.
Treat leavenlm; strength
recover. Tombstone
will
Pros-
Mining' and Other Items from Our
Sister State.
Altar district is turning out a steady
stream of gold and it is no Klondyke
either.
It is 6aid that Messrs. C. Echeverria
& Co., will shortly put an electric street
car line at Hermosillo.
Don Jose Gastelum, a wellknown cat
tleman of Magdalena, died on the 5th
instant after a long illness.
"EI JSco, is the name of a paper
that will shortly appear at Arizpe, un
der tbe management of Ignacio G. Co-
rella.
At Guaymas the temperature has
been extremely hot lately. One day
last week the thermometre registered
106 in the shade.
The repairs being mode on tbe palace
at Hermosillo are about completed and
that building has now a decidedly neat
appearance.
W. C. Greene and partners now have
forty men at work in the Cananea
mines. This is one of the best copper
mines in the country.
At Jala pa, on the 28th ult., Lie. Car
los Maria Castro, died after a long
Catarrh Cannot Be Cnred
with local applications, as they 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 Care is not a
Vjuack .medicine. It. was prescribed
by one of the best physicians Jn this
is a ' regular
prescription. It is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly, on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results
in curing catarrh. Send for testi
monials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, pri
75 cents. liu July 10
Notice to Examiner Readers.
Have your Examiner delivered to
vour home for 65 cents per month by
the Line City Store.
Ffank M. King, Prop-
MINING NEWS.
What is Going on Among the Metal
Searchers.
Henry R. Ewalt, who will be remem
bered by many old timers, when he
worked for the Huachuca Water Co. in
early days, is now living at - Guatemala k-
City, Central America. Prospector.
A strike on the Little Jessie mine at
Pearce and located near the Gold Cliff
is reported. Some rich looking rock
was brought in from there and is to be
hoped will develop into a bonanza.
Prospector.
The Commonwealth company' s mill
at Pearce started on the first ore yes
terday and everything apparently in
apple-pie order. With the continued
success of the treatment of the ore, the I and will certainly
enlargement of the plant to double its
capacity will follow. Tombstone Pros- j
pector.
Mr. E. Randolph today deposited j
with the Consolidated National Bank !
gold bullion to the value of $3,000, the j
result of five days run on ore from the ,
King of Arizona mine. This is some-
Mm
Mkw
louse.
Fleischer Brer. . Proprietors.
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YU'BE SAFE WITH US
- There' are no strings to the guarantees we give you.
We plainly tell you what to expect from every pur
chase, and shift all the responsibility from your
shoulders to ours.
We give you the 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.
Startling News
takes one bv surprise. We are start-
lias everv cne in Nozales, with the
; immense stock of spring goods that we
' are receiving every week. Just in
vest.isate what we say about our
j goods; it'll cost you nothing; to do so
save you money,
By next week we will show to the
people the largest, the nicest And the
newest stock of Fancy Dry Goods,
Ladies and Gent- shoes and Oxford
ties, Silks and Fancy Lawns Embroi
deries and Silk Laces of all descrip
tions ever brought to Nogales. Every
WE CARRY
what under the average, owing to the : thin elected with special care for the
extreme bad weather, interfering with j most"refiue(1 trade and tl wi!1
thri nftllliniT nf tl rr f rnm tha imnA tr
the mill -Star. j sold at startling low prices.
Call on us every day we will show
The Consolidated Copper, Gold and
Silver Mining company has been in
corporated at St. Louis, Mo., by
Stephen Peck, Charles H. Peck, Thos.
you something new in every line at the
International Department Store
A. F. Pabedks & Co.
The largest and best stock of Ladies,'
Gent' and Children's shoes in Hogales.
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.
B
WELfON
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.
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS
INSTALLED.
W. B. WELTON,
NOGALES.
ARIZONA
HOTEL ALMADA,
M. MARCHEBOUT, Prop.
GUAYMAS, SONORA.
THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION,
GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
AND BEST VENTILATED.
Montezuma Hotel,
The only First-class Hotel in Nogales,
NTe"wly Refitted.
First Class DINING ROOM.
. Robert Williams.
Proprietor.
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CURL CONSTIPATION
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