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ISSUED WEEKLY AT NOGALES, ARIZONA. BY AUGUST 14, 1897. ANTr CIVILSERVICE LEAGUE. The following telegram from Wash ington shows how the office seekers feel about President McKiuIey's. civil service orders: Washington-, Aug. 9. There is an organization here known as the anti Civil Service League, and its leading spirits appear to be very much dis turlel bsvauso the president is not dealing out the offices fast enough The members are mad all over, if their feelings are to be judged by set of resolutions just promulgated. " In effect the resolutions condemn the administration for permitting "our political enemies" to have all the places in the departments outside of the heads of important bureaus, and then the members of the league wind up their grievances iu the following words: "This being the case, we voluntarily pledge our sacred honor that unless the civil service law is modified or re pealed, to advance by every means in our power the interests of "William J. Bryan, simply on condition that if elected he will honestly and thorough- I ly root out from our political system the rotten Chinese idea now known as civil service reform. 1000 fields to the Sao Francisco mint and tnat sent to otner mints or tne coun try will ansount to about $2,800,000. As against this, California contributed to the world's gold last year (1896), $17,181,562! Yet the dispatches each day tell of men who are leaving their work ia California mines to rush to the Alaskan gold fields. This is the third year since the discovery of gold in Alaska . The third year in the J California goldruin ing excitement gave f's f beCailSe It IS freS Il-TOaSted. ta the mints H R5f SAl 73 1fK I -J v , ttti . .1 -I -v vv nat is tne missing word i 00 THE WETj Who will get it ? YORK STOB Schilling s Best tea is not only pure but it DO "Mexico will make less, buy less and wait in the hope that silver may rise again," says the Boston Transcript. Not "make less," for the aim of manu facturers now will be to make every thing that can be produced at home so as to save the gold premium. As for buying less, that is likely for the pres ent, as importations always slacken when silver drops; but in machinery we may hope for large purchases to furnish the mills and factories which will come into existence as the result of the tremendous stimulants given by the high rate of exchange. Mexican Herald. Get Schilling' s Best tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellow Tiekc. (there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below before August 31st. One word allowed for every yellow ticket. If only one person finds the word, he gets one thousand dollars. If several find it, the money will be divided equally among them. Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending- three or more in one envelope will receive a charming 1S98 calendar, no advertisement on it. 1 ii .1. vmm YOU KNOW "A Good Thing" when you see it almost everyone does. The line of suitings we are offering for from $12-50 to $25.00 are each and every one a "good thing." Just a matter of choice for the different tastes. The assortment includes all kinds, light and dark suberb collection of samples from which to select. Just received. A pjrfect fit guaranteed in every case. WE ALSO HAVE CHARITY CONCERT Besides this thousand dollars,, we will pay $150 each to the two persons who send in the largest number ofjyellow tickets in one envelope between June 15 and the end of the contest August 31st. Gut this out. You won't see for two weeks. it asrain A complete line of np-to-date gents' furnishing goods, ladies' gents' and children's shoes; hats, caps, etc. Also a large line of calicos, prints, etc. The New York Store,- Ephraim Building, Morel y Ave., Nog ales, Arizona. Address: SCHILLING'S B2 BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO. It is difficult to see where these gold bugs are going to send silver. T" I. . 1 T-l . -. rua 11110 me iviouaike con tinues. Many of those who are going in will never come back. Many icy graves are awaiting the f o!s2-hunters. At the Nogales Gpeia Hoube Tonight PLENTY OF WATER. "Klondike" it bhall be hereafter in The Vidette. The United States geological survey has adopted that spelling and we bow to it as good au thority. V E don t much blame President McKinley for appointing so many non residents to office for if an Arizonan goes after an office he will be loaded down with vile charges, be he good or bad. Alaska, that is the Klondike por won or ner, nas nine month s winter and three month's very late in the fall. Mosquitos there arc as large as our American bumble bees and they wear snow shoes. "What do you think of silver Mex ico now?" asks a northern paper. There is something more than a silver Mexico: there is a busy manufacturing and agricultural Mexico which is making money even now. Mexican Herald. A'r. Robert Fitzsimmoxs has fallen into the hands of Kew York's Four Hundred and it is announced that fashion halted to take a look at his broad sdioulders wherever he went. Also he received many invitations to drive and to dine but had the cood sense to deel ine them all. Really i'- looks as if Fitz were a good deal of a gentleman. A thoughtful youngster of 7 irot a bicycle pump, put it in his baby brother's mouth and proceeded to jive him it case of colia that would bo worth telegraphing across the country. His mother arrived in time to save the baby's life and though the dispatches were silent about it imagination sup plies a scene in which the patter of a shingle could be heard 'round the world. To liaise 3Joney For a Desti tute Family. The Members of the Ladies' Mando line and Guitar Club of Nogales Do the Charity Act. Mrs. H. K. Chenoweth and the members of the Ladies Guitar and Mandolin Club are to give a grand charity concert tonight at the NoaIes opera house. There will be all kinds of instrumental and vocal music by the best talent in Xogales and those who stay away will miss a rare treat. The Ladies Guitar and Mandolin Club (La Estudiantina), have been been practicing hard on some beautiful pieces and are prepared to render some delightful music. Miss Catherine Christ, Mrs. Jos. Pasohely, Mrs. J. B. Gordon, Mrs. H. K. Chenoweth and Miss Blanca Villasenor will all furnish vocal music and Harry V. Lewis will do one of his song and dances. The price of admission will be one dollar Mexican money making it within the reach of all. The funds thus raistd are to go to the destitute family of the harp player who recently co3- mitting suicide by jumping into a well across the line. A lie pertormance will commence promptly at 9 o'clock this evening. Tickets can be secured at the In ternational drug store and at the Line City Store. The performance will bein with the following program: FIRST PART. Nogaies Almost Has a Regular Noah's Flood. Thursday Nogales was visited by the heaviest rain storm it he.s had for years ana several nuncird dollars worth of damage was done. Several adobe houses tii tne oonora side were washed down and all bnt one of the tow a bridges were washed away, and that one came near going. Isnacio Escobaza lost two new wrgons and 1,000 adobes. P. Sandoval had the back of his kitchen washed out and many fine dishes were wrecked. The kitchen of C. Ramirez was also washed out and the v;att-r ran through their back vards two feet deep. Jose M. Elias-i lost his stable, the whole builning fall ing into the raging torrent. L. Bardett, the contractor, suffered 50 los3 by having new work spoiled and adobes washed away. Y. B. "Welton was driven out of his rooms t.n the ground floor in the new-Wilson building nd had hffs-f carpets spoiled, lie uac to sleep up town that nighf The international bridge and the first two bridges belowdid'nt last long and they created considerable excite ment as they rushed down the stream ond over end. The bridge near round house was also partly washed out as also the railroad b:idge near the same place. Hundred of people stoad along the ban!: of the mad rush of muddy waterand cuaibes of Mexicans worked below town catching L.mber and dritt wood as it ru-hed by. PHYSICIANS & bURGEONS. NOGALES, - - - ARIZONA TELEPHOXi: No. i. w. r. ghexowbth. f. n. welle V W. P. HARLOW, S Attorney -a t-law. JNO. A. GO WAN, Mining Engineer. iW. N. CUMMINGS Real '.Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. HARLOW & GOWAN, Brokers, Nogales, ?, 0. l:i 191, Arizona. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let- Mines, Real Estate and Cattle handled on com mission. Expert examination and Reports on Mining Properties. Commercial asl Legal Buinesi ia the United Statu ui Kexioo a Specialty. J ! WILLIAM BOY. Money Loans negotiated. ED. TITCOMB. On hand a Numbe- cf Fine Lots, proved and unimproved. NOQALKS, P. O. Bex 121. Roy & Titcomb, Commission lYIerchants. ASSAY OFFICE, 'W- rEEZIEYZLTIE, Metals a Specialty. Noffales, - Ariz. Pasturage HORSES AND CATTLE, ONE tha DOLLAR per MONTH GOLD. Dealers n Lumber Doors and Windoivs Lime and Cemejit, Valolioe Oils Giant Poicer, Fiise and Caps, Coal and Coali, Octagon Steel Iron Roofing, Bar Iron, T. Rails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sovora, Smaloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENE fR FIRE CLAY" CO, COJJMON SENSE WHIM CO. Vi- Ocr contemporary says Tnz dette Luis improved so rapidly during the first rive months of McKinley's ad ministration that it now almost rivals The Oasis. If The Vidette keeps on at its present rate it will be so far ahead of The Oasis in another five months of McKiiilerisiu that The Oasis will re quire four years more of Grover Cleveland (under whose administra tion it reached its present high stand ard) lo get in siht of u. again. If as in jcli time and nuney were spent prospecting in Ar.'zo ia or Sj nora as is being spent in the rush to Klondike, there would bj so ne big strikes made: Many pla -es iu both these states have never beeu thorough ly prospected and with a iew hundred prostectors at work an I- with the in vestment of a few thousand dollars many rich strikes would soon be re ported and there would be no poor prospectors left in frozen graves. Thl: clerk of the ni'iic says all the go! J brought from the .Alaskan gold First. Schottisch. "Tu Vida," by Ja Estudiantina No- gralenes. tsecond. Solo, '"Happy Days," by .miss tjainerine tourist. Third. Jnramento" bv Mrs. Elba Chenoweth and Miss Blanca ulasenor. Fourth. Solo, Waltz by Mrs. J. B. Gordon . Fifth. Song- aud Dance by Mr. Harry V. Lewis. SECOND PART. First Maznrka. "Siempre," by la i-.sinaianuna iNogaiense. Second. Duet, ....bv Mrs. Pascholv and Miss Catherine Christ. Third. Saxaphone Solo by Prof. Manuel Gutierez. " Fourth. Solo, "Pobre Chica," by Mrs. Elisa Chenoweth. Fifth. Waltz and Chorus. "Las Gol- ondrinas" Miss Blanca Villasenor and others. Ladies composing- the club: First Mandoline Mrs. Frank M. Kinir, Miss Manuela Escalante, Miss Luisa Mascarenas. Second Mandoline Misses Eloisa Ra mirez, Josefa Martinez, Jesus Sandoval Mandurins Miss Jesus Ramirez. Banjo Miss Pastora Joffroy. Harp Mrs. Elisa E. de Chenoweth and Miss Clara Holler, Guitar Mrs. A. T. de Martinez, Mrs. A.Hampton, Mrs. J. Gordon. Mrs. S. M. Aguirre, Miss Sharley Martindale, Miss Ana Elias, Miss Ana Campillo. liueklen's Arnica fcaiTe. The Lest Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaibs, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures -Piles, Amor es mi or no pav required. It is jruaraAteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Prire 25 cents per box For sale by Chenoweth fc Mix, Nogalos; rizoia. Plenty ef hay and water. Careful j man in attendance. ONE MILE FROM TOWN. Agents forai Nogales, Arizona B. H. Clark. THE MEXICAN GOLD fr SILVER KKCOVKliY CO., LIMITED. GIANT POAVDER CO. LEONARD & ELLIS. NOGALES, ARIZ. P. P. PELLEGR1N. PRACTICAL GENEVA WATCHMAKER. Famous Fighters. Sunday evening sermons at the Con- rreaational church: 1. "Ehud, the Left-'ianded Sham rar and Ins ux-goaa. or fi 211 tins A.rainst Odds ; August lStn. 2. "Uebaraii, or VY oman as a Fighter," (by Mrs. Heald), Ausrust 22nd. 3. "Gideon, or Fighting for the Riht." August 29th. 4. "Abimelech, or Fighting for the Wron." September 5th. 5. -,Sainson, or the Wreck of a Great Career." Septemlier 12th. Everybody Sajs So. C;i"c:ircts Caml v CatliurLic. tlie most, iron- Ocri- I medical discovery of the ape. peas ant, stun reir.-snmir to Ine tasic, ael (.-cully and ositi-ely on kidneys, liver ai:d iKiwels, clcaiiRiirr U10 cnt-irc nystein. disH'l colds. cur lieait:iciic, Jo-'r. ltuWtu:tl on? tipntion and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of :. !. ('.. to-dnr; in, 2."., Mtc-ents. fckddand puarunleed to cure by all dru trusts. Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles If not, ge" a bottle now f.uJ get relief. This medicine !-:as beeu found to be peculiarly adapt ed to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exeitinsr a wonderful di rect influence in giving strangth and tone to the organs. If you have loss of . appetite, constipation, headache. fainting spells, cr are nervous, sleep less, Excitable, melancholy or troubled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters is the medicine you . need. Health and stregth are Kuaraureed bv its use. Fifty cents and 1.00 at Chenoweth Mix's. CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. Ths Best Restaurant and Chop House Nogales. in Special attention given to work from Sonora-gJJ apee Watclies, Clocks, Jewel y anl tacles for Sale With The Cash Grocery NOGALES, ARIZONA. LA ESPANOLA- General AS erc&ndi se, Mexican Hatn , Mexican Cigars, Mexican Cigarette. All kinds of Fine Liquors. A large assortment of Mexican Coxios. Miguel S. Cabeller-), ELIAS STREET OPP. HOTEL CAZABON, TTosstles. LEW PU, Prop. OSice with PnMic Sampling Woks, JUuuwzuma Hotel. OIHIS- TAYLOR, (VSSAYEll opposite Nogales, Arizona Assays made at the following prices: Gold, silrer and lead, each 1.00; Cop- jier, ssi.au. Above prices in united States cuireney. T3ig Wigwam Saloon, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, SCHLITZ BEER ON DRAUGHT. JOHN PARKK5, Proprietor. - Nogales Mm Light, Ice and Water Company 3PuLr -AartifioiaJ. Ice Made From Distilled and Filtered Water, Cold Storage, Incandescent Lighting For 21:::; Cf:::, It:!!::?; Eh Ic: Shipped to si Points. Orders Solicited. FKAMK J. IL'F5-'Y, -JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Notary Public and Conveyancer Custom Ilnaite Hrvkrr. OFFICE Nemr the Jocteeniiui H-tel. Notice to Creditors. Ia the Probata Court, Pima Coanty, Ari- ona. In tlie matter of the estate of Jnana Laike tich, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. E. Luketioli, of the estate of Jnana Luketich, de ceased, to the creditors of. and all persons hav ing claims aKainst. the said deceased, to ex hibit the same with the necessary Touchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at Jos. Pascholy Co., in Nogales, Arizona Territory. E. LUKETICH, Administrator of "the estate of Juan Luketich, deceased. ; Dated Jnly 21. 1S97. First publication July 24, US?: i Louis Bardet, Stone Cutter and Contractor for Any Kind of Stone Work. Masonry and General Build ing Work. Office at Residence in Thompson Building, Avery Avenue, NOGALES ARIZ.