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VOL 4. KOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 21, 1897. 73. ri H LOCAL BRIEFS. Will Crank is in town from Sctaora. Fancy toilet soap at the Lane CXty Store. A. B. Gibson returned td Santa Ana t"aesday. E. B. Hosan received a carload of Bain wagons this week. W. B. Waters was np from El Plomo the first of the week. Paper napkfas at tile Line City Store t 15 cents a hundred. Hoo. Sam P. Webb went to Magda- lena TfCney 1011 business. Miguel . Macdalena mer- etttfai aoioges5,,JayA. Guitars and ttoeordeonis art being Bold at cost at the Line City Store. Mrs. J. A. SaXon and son were down from Calabasas Monday on business. A. J. Gosart bs returned from Guay mas and will remain fin Nog-ales now. P. Sandoval & Co. received two car toads Of Studebaker wagons last week. Eugene "Wolff has sold to Benigna M. Barnett, lot 21 block 9, in Nogales , . for S350. Geo. J . Wanless, the ore buyer, has ' gone east with his wife to spend thei summer. j J. L. Green-, superintendent of the' -Gavilan mine, was in town Tuesday on business. Cirilo ' Bamirez and David Oviedo have returned from their exploring trip to Lower "dtafi'fornia-. - : Guillermo Robinson, Jr., one of the popular yonng men of Guaymas came up to Nogales last Saturday to cool off. Col. George Atkinson was down from Calabasas Monday. He is pleased at the recent heavy rains as they will make fine feed for cattle. Mr. J. Howard Palmer came np from Hermosillo Monday night, to visit his little daughter who is staying at the home ot Ed. "titcomb. W. H. Randall Monday received a handsome Marlin rifle which he had made to order. The gun is an improved 80-30 and is a betraty. ... - The ViDEte of Nogales, under the management of Frank King, has be come one of the neatest papers in the territory. Besides that it is brimful of news and spicy editorials. Mesa Free Press. Wm. S. Smith came np from the Guacomea mines of the Esperanza and La Francisca Mining company, of which Mr. Smith is superintendent. The company have some good mines and rich ore is being extracted. John Fitzgerald, of Nogales, confined at the hospital in this city, died on San day morning of heart disease. He was brought here about two weeks ago and was kept at the hospital at the expense f the county-. TucWon Citizen. Banjo Dick exhibited some very fine large peaches Tuesday that he raised on his lot in east Nog-ales. Dick carried the water in buckets np a steep hill to irrigate the trees. The peaches are cs large and fine as can be seen in any country. H. K. Chenoweth, collector of cus toms at Nogales-, was in town Monday on official business, Mis. Chenoweth is i intelligent and agreeable gentleman and will most efficiently perform the duties of the office to which he has been appointed. Yrtma Sentinel. If your home is worth anything, it is worth insuring. If insured, and your home burns, yon have a new home in 1 sight. When you insures insure with a company that pays its losses. The best and oldest companies in the United States, are represented by Frank M. King, at the Line City Store. The Southern Pacific railway com pany expects a heavy tush of business about the 20tb of the present month. Business has increased considerably during the past two Weeks and the crews have all been working over-time for sev eral days. In the next few days more men will be put on to take care of the increasing business. Willis P. Haynes Well and pleasantly remembered by old timers here, is cashier of the Columbia Smelting com pany near Crittenden. On the 12th instant he received a wire from Los Angeles saying that he was the dad of a - pound girl. Willis has stepped high ever since. He no longer walks around the big bunches of sacaton that cover the valley lends thereabouts, but steps right over them as though the big girl was on the other side and he feared she was going td get away from him. This gives Willis a pair, a boy and a girl. The former Is rather more than two years old. TuCsdtt Citizen. A GRAND SUCCESS The Grand Charity Concert Alright. Over Two lluadred Dollars Were Raised. The-Members of the-Ladies' Mando lin and Guitar Club of j Nogales Score a Success. The charity concert given by the ladies of the Nogales Mandolin and Guita r Club Saturday night was a grand success. Over $200 was cleared. Th playing by the Mandolin and Guitirr Club Was fine. The ladies have only heen playing about a month and considering the short time they have been organized they do remarkably well. Miss Catherine Christ sang "Happy Days" very nicely and received an en core. Mrs. Elisa Chenoweth and Miss Blanca Villasenor treated the audience to a vocal duet which was highly appre ciated. Mrs. J. B. Gordon sang a beautiful waltz solo and received many flattering compliments for the pretty way in which she rendered it. Mrs. Gordon has a very sweet voice. Harry V. Lewis brought down the house in a character song and dance "The New Bully." He -responded to an encore with "Dora Dean." A very pretty duet by Mrs. Jos. Pas choly and Miss Catherine Christ was highly appreciated and the ladies were ancored. ! Professor Manuel Gutierrez rendered a saxophone solo that was a rare treat. The professor is a skilled nmsician and hi playing ia-supetb. " A solo "Pobre Chic'a'f by Mrs. Chen oweth was very pretty indeed. She was called upon to repeat it. The concert closed with a waits song and chorus "Las Golondrinas0 by Miss Blanca Villasenor and others. Following is the program and list of those participating: FIRST PART. . First. Schottisch, "Tu Amor es mi Vida," by la Estudiantina No- galenes. Second. Solo, "Happy Days," by Miss Catherine Christ. Third." Jnramento," by Mr. Elisa Chenoweth and Miss Blanca Villasenor. Fourth. Solo, Waltz by Mrs J. B. Gordon. Fifth. Song aud Dance by Mr. Harry V. Lewis. SECOND PART! Fir3t Mazurka. "Siempre," by ia Estndiantina Nogalense. Second. Duet, by Mrs. Pascholy and Miss Catherine Christ. Third. Saxapbone Solo .by Prof. Manuel Gutierez. Fourth. Solo, "Pobre Chlca,' by Mrs. Elisa Chenoweth. Fifth Waltz and Chorus, "Las Gol- ondrinas" Miss Blanca Villasenor and others. Ladies composing the club: First Mandoline Mrs. Ftank M. King, Miss Manuela Escalante, Miss Luisa Mascarenas. Second Mandoline Misses Eloisa Ra mirez, Josefa Martinez, Jesus SandoVal Mandurias Miss Jesus Ramirez. Banjo Miss Pastora Joffroy. Harp Mrs. Elisa E. de Chenoweth and Miss Clara Holler, Gnitar Mrs. A. T. de Martinez, Mrs. A. Hampton, Mrs. J. Gordon. Mrs. S. M. Aguirre, Miss Sharley Martindale, Miss Ana Elias, Miss Ana Campillo. a ' ARRESTED FOR SMUGGLING. Mr. Hunsaker Attempts to Cross Cat tle Without Paying Duty. Geo. W. Webb of Nogales, United States custom inspector, arrived in this city today with two prisoners, G. Hun saker and a Papago Indian, a vaquero. It seems that some time since Hunsaker bought a bunch of twenty-three bead of cattle from Indiana, which proved to have been stolen, and he was forced to give them up to the rightful owner. He immediately, started for Sonora to try and find the Indians and if possible to get the money. He fonnd them in the vicinity of El PlOmo, but they could give him no moneys and agreed to give him more cattle to make good the loss. The cattle were delivered to him and he and an Indian vaquero whom he had hired to help- drive the bunch home to 'Mesa Cityj Were arrested for smuggling while driving the cattle across the line without first havinar paid dnty. They were brought to this, city . and tried before Court Commissioner Haz zard at 10 o'clock this morning. Hnn saker claimed that he thought the In dians had a right to drive the catt!e across the line and that he had no in tention of trying to defraud the govern ment. The case, hcwev.r. from hisown statement was so plain, and he at the same time acknowledging that he did not pay any duty. Commissioner Hazzard bound him over to await the actios- of the grand jury at theie next meeting in the penal sum of-S300. - The Indian it was plaid, was not 'responsible, being merely hired to belpIrive the cattle and was released". - . The gang' of Indians from whom Hunsaker bought the cattle, have been operating for a long time and are wanted on several charges by the cus toms officers f both United States and Mexico, and if they are caught it will probably go bard with them. Tucson Citizen. LA COLORADA ITEMS. Items from the Great Sonora " Gold Camp. Mrs. Danks has gone to the states to spend the summer months. Mr. Lake will soon have all the con-. tracts corraled. "We don't think." Mr. Jas. Lee, foreman of the Esme ralda mine, resigned his position for the better. A question was asked the other nigbt who are the girls that wave hats?" Please ask Harry. The Jew got the Fourth of July sack and paid himself but failed to pay the man that furnished the stars and stripes. Mr. Tom Curry, the wellknown min ing engineer, resigned nis position to take charge of his contract in the Colo rado shaft. The lemonade that J. "P. Furlong furnished at the Fourth of July dance is not paid yet. All interested will please settle at once. Martinstine. the saloon keeper, will move shorly and take the comer of the Hotel .Central "arid wftl'"be'inanag-er '6! the same. Fine beds and board can be obtained by telegraph. J. P. Furlong, the noted mining con tractor, who is in the news business at present, has moved to the Hotel Central. Don't forget to call on him, he will Booth you with ice cold lemonade. Mr. Rhodes and Frank Howard have taken a contract on .the bottom level of the Esmeralda mine. They will have to rustle to make it for there was a bid on it by a noted mining man. MINING NEWS. What is Going on Among the Metal Searchers. Last week the White Hills mill shipped eight hundred pounds of bullion to Denver by Wells Fargo express. We understand the June output of the mill was $15, 000. This is big showing for ten stamps. Mohave County Miner. Most encouraging news of the pro gress of work on the Golden Reef mine recently bonded by our irieiid George Raum ot Willcox, and associates. The property is a good one and promises to develop into a bonanza. Tombstone Prospector. Articles of incorporation of the Table Mountain Copper Co., were filed with Recorder Shibell this morning. George H. Page, W. C. Page, Albert R. Ashley, John DeWitt Burgess and George H. Sisson are the incorporators. The capital stock is $10,000,000. The indeb tedness of the corporation is never to be larger than $100,000, and the prin cipal place of business is to be Tucson. Tucson Citizen. Articles of incorporation ot the Ari- . , . .i zona Unyx tjompany were uieu ia me office of the secretary of the territory yesterday. The capital stock is $1,000 000 and the principal place of business is Jersey City, N. J. The incorporators are William P. Stevenson, William J. West, both of Roselle, New Jersey, and William M. Paxton, Jr., of Princeton, New Jersey. T. J. Noma of Prescott, is named as agent. The corporation was formed for the mining and manu facture of onyx. Phoenix Republican. "Lucky" Baldwin's luck has turned and bis fortune is melting. He made a loan the other day that swells his in debtedness to tho Hibernia bank of San Francisco to $2,500,000, and the chances are this bank will eventually absorb nil oj his vast estates. The great ranch in San Anita has been a white elephant for "Lucky." It is a great thing as a show, as water is brought to every tree, but every orange on the tree costs money. The old man now talks of go- f Absolutely Pure. Celebrate! fr its irreat lemTenlnir strennrth A heaithfulne- s. ab.hu re the food mjr&iBt inm and all forms of adulteration, common to KOYiXi BAKISO POTfDER CO., NEW YORK Ing to the Klondyke to retrieve his for tunes, and if his old time luck stays with him he may live to snap bis fingers at the Hibernia bank. Salt Lake Herald. RAILROAD NEWS. What is Going on Along the Line of Travel. 'E. Ratcliff came in from Missouri Sunday and has taken a position with the railroad company as section foreman out of Nogales south. The Southern Pacific trains now ar rive on schedule time. The trouble brought about by the washouts has been entirely removed. Ed. Delany, car inspector of the Southern Pacific railway, at this place. returned last night from California where he has been on a short vacation . Citizen. E. F. Steinbeck came in last night from Yuma to take the place of E. C. Taylor,.- car inspector who left this morning on a visit to friends in Wis consin. Citizen. E. C. Taylor left this morning for a trip to Wisconsin, having secured a lay off from his duties as car inspector' for t,S. P, cTSmpany . It is rumored that be wilt bring a bride back with him on his return. Citizen. General Manager Kruttschnitt, of the S. P. R. R. and W. G. Van Vleck, gen eral manager of the Atlantic system of that company passed through Tucson this morning on train No. 19, en route for New Orleans, on business of the company. Mr Kruttschnitt will return this way about the 25th. Star. The Southern Pooific Co. are now having about 100 teams, and a large number of men at work on the track near Dragoon Summit and Railroad Pass, under the direction of the recon struction department of the company, which is in the immediate charge of General William Hood, who has for many years been chief engineer of this vast corporation. There will be four miles of track in the vicinity of Dragoon Summit and eight miles near Railroad Pass, to be changed, placed out of the washes and on higher ground beside strengthening the road r bed in other places. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it yoa 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 quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the. best physicians in this country for years, and. is a regular prescription. I ia composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blool purifiers, acting directly on the raucous 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 fc CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold br druggists, prii 75 cents. lm July 10 Notiee to Examiner Readers. Have your Examiner delivered to your home for 65 cents per month by the Line City Store. Frank M. King, Prop Boat Tubmrro Spit aad Smoke Toar lift Away. To quit tobacco easily aud forever, be mag neiic. full of life, nerve ami vigor, take No lo Bsic. tbe wonder-worker, that make weak men strong. All druireists, 50c or SI. Cure guaran teed Booklet nd sample free. Address Sterling Usiucdy Co., Chicago or New York, In Fldsck Bros. Proprietors. YU'RE SAFE WITH USZzzz. There are no strings to the guarantees we give you. 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