KOGALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZOtfAi SATURDAY, AUGUST, 28, 1897.
Rubber stamps at the Lino City
J. M. Durnal has moved to the Jack
Artistic job work a specialty at this
The hills around Nogales are pretty
and green since the rains.
Fancy toilet soap at the Line City
W. S. Sparks, the Montana cattle
man, was in town Sunday on business.
Paper napkins at the Line City Store
at 15 cents a hundred.
Mrs. Imhoff came up from La Colo
red a last Monday night.
If you want a good shoe send to
Harry Drachman Shoe Co. Tucson.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Aguirre are
boarding at Conductor Will Broderick's
Adolph Cole left for the Yaqui gold
fields Tuesday to be gone several
Henry Snow will leave for California
on September 1, for a few weeks' outing
on the coast.
Ben Maddix, an old time Arizona
mason, is here from Tucson working on
the new engine house.
Alfredo Villasenor, Jr., camenp from
Hermosillo last Friday and will remain
in town for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Biggs of Clifton, Ari
zona, are in Nogales visiting their
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Durnal.
Madame V. Garony, sister of Mrs.
Chazet, came last Saturday from France
to reside with her sister in Nogales.
Billy' Davidson and G. W; Graham of
Globe are in Nogales fitting up for an
extended trip to the Yaqui country.
Jim Crowley, manager of the Cbiri
cahua Cattle Co. went to Sonora Mon
day after a drove of cattle for his com
pany. The Nogales Athletic Club has de
cided to have their opening ball the
first Friday in September at the new
halt !-" -
There will be a lively time in our
sister town of Nogales tomorrow.
There will be a city election with three
tickets in the field .
Anacleto Varona, of the Dos Naciones
cigar factory, left Monday for the City
of Mexico, to purchase tobacco for the
factory at Nogales.
Chinese Inspector Charles Mehan
leaves today for Las Cruces to attend
the trial of smuggled Chinamen cap
tured by himself. El Paso Times.
Capt. L. W. Mix left Sunday night
for a visit of two mouths to Europe.
He will go to London, Paris and to
Switzerland before returning. He goes
on mining business.
Anacleto Varona, of the Dos Nacio
nes cigar factory, who went to Mexico
last Monday night will bring back with
him fifteen men and fifteen women cigar
makers to work in the Nogales factory.
Dr. H. W. Turdy was out and down
town on crutches Monday, the first tine
sinco he had his leg broken. The
doctors many friends congratulated him
on being out. He looks well though
he has lost over forty pounds in weight.
Mrs. Frank J. Vaughan and her chil
dren came up from La Colorada Mon
day and went on to El Paso, Texas,
Tuesday where she will visit a few
weeks wich her sister, Mrs. Charles
Mehan. Mrs. Vaughan will send her
oldest daughter to New York to go to
Andrew Miller, photographer; Win.
Akers, merchant; and Andy Bartlett,
of Globe, Arizona, are fitting out in
Nogales this week to go to the Yaqui
river gold fields. If the gentlemen
make a favorable report on the situa
tion down there many other Globe
miners and prospectors will go to that
V. E. Pomeroy and partners left
Tuesday for the Ajo mountains and the
' Rio Yaqui country. They went by
stage to the Mexicana and expect to
buy burros there for their outfit. There
is considerable excitement about these
districts now and the first iu there will
set the best locations. A number of
people pass Nogales every week bound
for the Yaqui river gold fields.
Gerald Campbell, the eleven months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hogan,
died Sunday morning and wus buried
that evening at 5 o'clock from the fam
ily residence on Avery avenue. The
little one had been ailing for five weeks
and everything that medical skill and
motherly nursing was done to save him
without avail. The many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Hogan extend their sym
. pathies to the bereaved parents.
What is Going on Among the Metal
The Last Chance mill near Prescott
has started up on custom ore. It will
make the first run on ore from the In
diana mine. The mill is now owned by
Charlie Connell and a small party of
friends will go out to the Saginaw Dis
trict today. The Saginaw Mining Co.
have recently made such improvement
out there in the way of roads, etc., and
Charlie wants to keep posted regarding
a district in which he is still much in
Jos. Springfield, a raining man oper
ating in Sonora, is a visitor at Tomb
stone. He is here to look np a copper
proposition in the Dragoons. Mr.
Springfield thinks Arizona has a won
f ul future in mining and believes Co
chise connty will develop more wonders
like the Commonwealth wheu in is
thoroughly prospected. He has traveled
considerable over the county and is
most favorably impressed with our re
sources. Tombstone Prospector.
Mr. C. La Forgue, director and gen
eral manager of the Boleo copper mines,
of Lower California, arrived in Globe
on Wednesday, to examine the Conti
nental property for the French bond
holders. Mr. La Forgne went out to
the Continental this morning with
Messrs. N. L A meter and Edmond de
Stoutz. The Boleo company is a big
enterprise; the mines have been worked
for many years and their output of cop
per is very large. The company is now
erecting a magnificent plant to cost
5,000,000 francs. Globe Silver Belt.
The value of the Yukon gravel is not
so very remarkable compared with
much that was found in California in
early days, says the Mining and Scien
tific Press. In the Dardanelles mines,
in Placer county, a single pan yielded
$1,800. Many others taken out of
crevices produced nearly as much in
other of the drift mines in the Forest
mill divide. But in the shallow placers
of early days it was no uncommon thing
to find from $100. to 8500 in a pan. A
present" resident of Nevada City, Cal.,
A. Isoard, got $912 from one panfnl on
September 13, 1850. ' He and his part
ner that fall took out $164,000 from a
piece of ground thirty feet square in
their claim. There are others.
The recent placer strike in the beds
of the Yaqui river in Mexico is taking
away some of the interest in milling
matters from the frozen regions of
Alaska. The reports that come from
the Yaqui have been verified enough to
satisfy a great many and a number of
parties have gone into the new country
to ascertain the truth for themselves.
Rich placer ground has been known in
parts of the Yaqui country for many,
but the white prospectors have been
forbidden to enter the lands of the hos
tile Yaqui Indians. A recent treaty has
been made in which the gold fields
there are thrown open to the operations
of the whites, and following the an
nouncement of the successful negotia
tion of the treaty comes the report of
a big strike. The Yaqui has many
small tributary streams which lead it '
from different parts of the Sierra Ma
dre mountains and gold has been found j
in some of these it is reported. Tomb- j
stone Prospector. !
Mining and Other Items from Our
Great preparations are being made
for the 16th of September celebrations
La Trinidad Mining Company in the
Sahuaripa district, has suspended oper
ations on account of the low price of
On the 14th of August a sub-port of
the Mexican custom house was estab
lished at Sasabe, with Ruperto Gatica,
Munsieur Goi'.let will be the chief
engineer for the Compania de San Pe
dro de Altar, near Caborca. Mr. Goillet
came direct from France last week.
Mr. Simon Bley, one of the prominent
merchants of Hermosillo, celebrated his
birthday on the 17th instant and had a
large number of friends at a banquet.
The Guayinas papers ore urging the
city council to appoint a food inspector
for that town to prevent the sale of
adulterated milk, spoiled meat, vege
In Magdalena, Professor Manuel
Giierrero. principal of the puble school,
has in preparation a dramatic per
formance for the benefit of the public
schools of Magdalena.
The body of Jesus Meneses was found
last week floating in the bay at Guay-
mis. The authorities cannot determine
whether it is a case of suicide, of whe
ther foul play has been practiced.
El Estado de Sonora has ceased publi
cation at Nogales and will be est ab ished
at Minas Prietas in October 1, by Si
Montano and Aniceto Ramirez. They
will also have a first class job office and
will do neat job work at low prices.
LABOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
Territory of Arizona, Executive De-'
The laws of the United States desig
nate the first Monday in September .of
each year as a legal holiday to be
known as Labor Day.
When we reflect that labor day is the
foundation and creator of all wealth;
that upon it depends all happiness and
all excellence; - that it is labor that
builds up great Btates and carries on
the commerce of the world, the wisdom
of this enactment is apparent, and es
pecially is it so when applied to the peo
ple of our territory who are laboring to
develop its various resources and estab
lish for themselves happy homes. Our
busy and industrious communities con
tain but few drones hence nearly all can
be rightfully classed as laborers the
mechanic, the merchant, the miner, the
lawyer, the physician, the teacher, the
farmer, the divine, the banker and the
clerk, as well as he who performs the
most severe task of daily manual labor,
are laborers in the best sense of the
word, for while many earn their daily
bread by the sweat of their face and
others by the work of their brain, they
are all toilers.
A general observance of the day so
wisely set apart by congress will tend to
promote a higher appreciation of the
dignity of labor and the great part it is
taking in the building up of our terri
tory, and the great republic of which
we hope soon to become a state. To
bring labor of all kinds into closer rela
tions with itself and with other inter
ests, to inculcate a friendly feeling and
hearty co-operation between labor and
capital, thus encouraging good will be
tween all classes of the community with
a view to pleasant and reciprocal rela
tions is the great object of tltis observ
ance of Labor Day.
Now, therefore. I, Myron H. McDord,
governor of Arizona, do proclaim and
declare Monday, the sixth day of Sep
tember, one thousand eight hundred
and ninety-seven, a legal holiday, and
do most earnestly recommend that all
business of whatever nature, except
such as the necessities of the community
require to be carried on, be suspended
on that day, that all who desire may
have an opportunity to observe the day
in a manner befitting the importance of
the occasion .
Let us not forget that Labor Day is
as important and to future generations
will become as suggestive and inspiring
as the religious and patriotic holidays
that our people so loyally and religious
Done at Phoenix, the capital, this
16th day of August, A. D . 1897. j
MYRON H. M CORD, I
Governor of Arizona.
CHARLES H. AKERS,
Secretary of Arizona.
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Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
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to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Prii:e 25 cents per box.'
For sale by Chenoweth fc Mix, Nogalos,
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Take Casearets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
It C. C. C fail to cure, druggists refund money.
What is Going on Along the Line of
Master Mechanic R. A. Johnson was
up from Guaymas Tuesday. He visited
All the railroad boys make the X-Ray
saloon at Nogales, Sonora, their head
quarters. M. O. Bicknell, traveling freight and
passenger agent for the S. P., was in
The N. M. & A. railroad is getting
its coal from the S. P. mines in Mexico
Felipe Ciark has taken a run as fire
man on the passenger between Nogales
J. A. Nauglc, manager of the Sonora
and N. M. & A. railroads returned from
Chicago Monday and went on to Guaymas.
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Abraham Ullmann, brother of Julio,
has been sick in the railroad hopital at
Guaymas for fifteen days bnt is now
Conductor James Martin, formerlv of
thia city, is now in Canada. In writing
to a friend he says that in the spring
he is going to start for Kloudyke.
In it few months the N. M. & A. and
Sonora roadbeds will be the best in the
country. The S. P. has large gangs of
men busy putting those lines in good
H. J. Small, superintendent of motive
power for the S . P. system, and W. H
Russell, traveling engineer, went to
Guaymas last week on business for
H. King, the popular Wells Fargo
agent at Torres, will arrive in Nogales
on the second of September and will go
on to California with his family for a
few. months' recreation.
' 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 you Vitu&t take
internal 'remedies."' Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed
by oue of the best physicians in this
country for years, and 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
F. J. CHENEY fc CO., Props.,
Toledo, O. Sold by- druggists, prii;e
75 cents. lm July 10
Notice to Examiner Readers.
Have your Examiner delivered to
your home for 65 cents per mouth by
the Line City Store.
Frank M. King, Prop.
Don't Tobarro Suit and Smoke Your 1.1 , itrar.
To quit tobacco easily uud forever, be mag
netic. fuU or life, nerve and viiror, take No lo
Biur. the wonder-worker, tuiit makes weak men
strong. AH druggists. 50c or I. Cure guaran
teed Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Kcmedy Co. , Chicago or New York.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probate Court, Pima County, Ari
;ona. In the matter of the estate of JTaana Lnke-
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, E.
Lnketich, of the estate of Joans Luketich, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav
ing claims aga:nst, the said deceased, to ex
hibit the same with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said administrator, at Jos.
Pascholy Co., in Nogales, Arizona Territory.
Administrator of the estate of Juan Lnketich,
Dated July 21, 1697.
First publication July 24, 1897.
Stone Cutter and Contractor
for Any Kind of Stone Work.
Masonry and General Build
Office at Residence in Thompson
Building, Avery Avenue,
NOGALES - - ARIZ.
Fleischer Bros. Proprietor:.
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' " " chase, and shift all the responsibility from your .
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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
The largest and best stock of Ladies,"
Gent' and Children's shoes in Nogales.
The largest and most up-to-date stock of
Shirts'-Ties. Cuffs, Collars, Etc.
W. B. WELTON,
ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK.
1 V WIR1NG 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
M. MARCHEBOUT. Prop.
THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION,
GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE.
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN NOGALES GIVING ITS
PATRONS FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT LIVING RATES.
The Only House in Nogales With All Modern Improvements.
TWENTY-FOUR NEW ROOMS HAVE BEEN
ADDED MAKING THIRTY-SIX IN ALL
The rooms are all outside making the ventilation nil that is de
sired. Newly Furnkisd and Lighted Throughout With Electric Lights.
Baths, Closets, Electric Bells. Etc.
Drummers' Sample Room on First Floor
jj Transient rates 50c per day. cy.
The Only First-Glass Hotel in Nogales.
Newly Refitted and Furnished Throughout.
FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM.
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RATES VERY REASONABLE.
ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop.
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