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ALEX SERAMIN INSANE.
ISSUED WEEKLY AT NOGALES, ARIZONA. BY AUGUST 28, 1897. The "YTnqui river country promises to be the Klondike of Mexico. The only way to build up Nogales is for everybody to pull toaether. Two more weeks and the gay and festive youth of Nogales will be in school. There is ho especial boom in No gales but she is goinij right ahead steadily improving. The bull fiht last Sunday was a fake of the worst order. Neither the men ncr the bulls were fighters. There ught to be some action taken npainst the man who has his two little girls singing in the saloons here at night. The shortage of the wheat crop abroad has sent cut American wheat to the top notch. McKinley didn't have anything to do with that but he is tie duck who killed silver. Newspapers are absolutely necessary to the advertiser who wants to educate the public into the uses of his goods No other method of advertising can do this as thoroughly and as effectively There arj a larga number of very filthy water closets in Nogales that the city council should order fumi gated. A little chloride of lime iudi ciously used would help the sanitary condition of the town. Those Republican fellows have a hot oi gall to claim the election of Ale Kiuley caused the shortage of the wheat crop abroad and the abundance of the crop iu the United States, but their gall and gold elected McKiuley so tuerc you are. Coverxor McCord has already dem onstrated his ability to be governor, by his method of dealingwith the office seeker. And the would be original ilcCord men are not in it with him to any great extent. The governor has the faculty of singling out the men who really were his friends iu the memorable fight. If it is true that the fall in silver is due to iniquitous legislation. Hint. truth is the strongest reason why the metal is not a good basis for currency. Anything that is of such unstable value that legislation can affect, whether it be silver or coon skins, is unsafe as currency. The Stockton, (Cal.,) Independent. Well, now, since you seen to think you know it all, will you tell us what gives gold, (not its stability, for it has none,) but its value. BlCYCLiNii in excess and the use of hard saddles by women is asserted to be direct cause of difficulty in childbirth, by a surgeon writing to the Lancet. Ha describe; two recent cases to prove this point, This fact has long been put forth Irr American physicians, but an eminent one, Dr. Lane, has gone furcher and predicts a noticeable de crease of the race in consequence of the abuse o: the bicycle, by women. It is however not the rational use of the bicycle that hurts, but its abuse. The maddest woman in Nojules is a married lady, who, on a recent nigi.t sat up until one o'clock waiting for her husbaui t come home front lodgn. O! no, she wouldn't do a thing to him. 1'iually, utterly worn out by long vigil she went to her room to turn in bed found her missing husband iu bed fast Asleep, where he had gone immediately after supper, instead of ;:oing to lodge. All that woman is mad about now is that she can't i,et in the right position to kick heiself. Handsome Offices. Harlow & Uowun have furnis' ed their. -lew offices opposite the Vidette ofice and a finer Set of offices cannot be: found in Southern Arizona. The furniture for these offices arrived yes terday and was put into place. There re two big roli top desks and the chairs are polished oak up-holstered with leather. Nogales is advancing and soon many such offi egus this will be seen here, though now they am n iovelty. ilessis. Ilurlow & Cowan are doing a apleniJ business and we bespeak for them n prosper, us f utui e A Wellknown Nogales Man Sent to the Asylum from Tucson. Alexander Seratnin, more familiarly known us Alex, was arrestod in Tuc son last Friday night by Constable Manciet,upon a charge of insanity. It appears that Alex while working for the N. M. & A. railroad company as lineman, some eight months ago re ceives! a severe fracture of the skull by being struck by a falling cross bar of a telegraph pole. The injury not caus ing ai.y flesh wound nothing thought of it, but at intervals cf every few t.-eeks thereafter he would have attacks of severe pain followed by in termitter.t insanity which disqualified him from work. LoaiHg his position with tho railroad he became worried about the wellfare of his family, who reside at Nogales, maLing his trouble more frequent, until when arrested in Tucson he was in a pitiable state, He was laboring under the impression that he was to be executed without trial, t'jat the scaffold was being built by some boys near tlie electric light plant, that they would have him that night, etc. He wrote several letters to his wife and children, telling them that his time had come. lie was adjudged insane by Hon. J. S. Wood, probate judge and Dr. W. B Purcell, county physician, and ordered sent to the medical department of the insane asylum at Phoenix. THE WEBB MINE SOLD. Messrs. Randall and Franklin Pur. chase the Favorita. Hen. Sam F. Webb has sold his Fa vorita mine in Smora to H. W. Ran dall und O. K. Franklin, the miiiin men, for a handsome figure. Messrs. Randall and Franklin will at once put a lorce of men ut work developing the mine. The mine is a silver proposition but is very rich and can bo worked at a profit even at the present low price of the white metal. Already several hundred feet of t.-.unels and shafts are on the mine as Mr. Webb has had a force of men working there for more than two years. The mine was first opened by Frank Olsen, otio of the present owners of the Pride of the West jine at Washing ton Camp and was purchased by Messrs. Sam Webb and Hemry W. Brady. It lies forty-five miles south east of Nogales in a rich mineral belt near the rich Mexicana mine, now be ing successfully worked by the Harms people of Kentucky. Messrs. Rand ill and Franklin have some other promising claims in view in Sonora which they will likely pur chase very soon. Civil Service Examination. The IJ. S Civil Service Com mission has ordered that an examination be held by its local board in this city on Saturday October 2, 1897, commencing at 9 o'clock a. in., for the grades of clerk (male or female), day inspector, nspectress and janitor in the customs service. Only citizens of the United Scates can be examined. Age limita tions, minimum 20 years. No appli cation will be accepted for this exam ination unless filed with the under signed, on tUe proper blank, before the hour cf closing business on Monday September 13, 1897. Applications should be tile J promptly in order that ti-.tie may remain for correction if ne cessary. For application blanks, full nstructions, and information relative to the duties and salaries of the differ ent positions, apj ly to S. M . Aguirre, secretary. ADDITIONAL TUCSON ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ronstadt have returned from their bridal trip and are at home at their newly built residence on Convent street. Considerable interest is being mani fested iu Tucson over the establish ment of the Columbia smelter at Rolliu and pro-pectors are making many in- paired us to what ores they will take, costs of smelting, etc. There is every reason to believe that if they make it a universal smelter, that the ore now g-.iug to Pueblo, 1 Paso and other smelters will be sent to the Rollin. Our district court loom will be a pride to our court house when all the repairs contemplated or completed. Jude Davis is forging that one east ern idea ahead a thing of beauty is a joy forever. No-To-ltc fur Fifty Cents. GuarniiLeed tobacco habit cure, makes weak Qiua 3lrou, blooU pure. 60e, 11. All druicifists. 000 oo All, or your share of it, if you find the missing word. - Schilling s Best tea is not only pure but it is f because it is fresh-roasted. What is the missing word ? Get Schilling's Best tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellow Ticket (there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below before August 31st. . One word allowed for each 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 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it. Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay $150 each to the two persons who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between June 15 and the end of the contest August 31st. Cut this out. You won't see it again. B Address: SCHILLING'S BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO. Something to Depend On. Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of Jones & Son, Cowdem, 111., in speak ing of Dr. Kind's Now Discovery, says that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe, and her case grew so serious that physicians at Cowdem and Pana could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into hasty con sumption. Having Dr. Kings JNew Discovery in store, and selling lots of it, he took a bottle home, and to the surprise of all she began to get better from first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consnmp- tion, Cough and Colds is guaranteed to do this good work. Try it. Sold by Chenoweth & Mix. Another Charity Concert. On Saturday, September 11th, one ... . p , , of the grand cnarity concerts lor wnicn Nogales is justly famous will be given at Marsh's opera house. The perform anca will be for tho benefit of Am brosio Vega, who while in the 'employ of the Sonora railway company, had the misfortune to lose both limW in '."a railroad ac ident. The local talent has voluntered o assist and an interesting time is as sured. The success that has attended such efforts in the past leaves no room for doubt in this direction. Bat re gardless of the excellent programme ( that is Iieing prepared, a full house will surely greet the performers. No more worthy olject could be suggested than t.at of charity; and when we con sider that in this case it is a mest de serving one, the good people of the Line Cities can be depended upon to give generously. PHYSICIANS & bURSEONa NOGALES, - - - ARIZONA TELEPHONE No. 1. W. F. GIIESOWKTH. F. H. "WELLE W. N. CUMMINGS Real .'Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let- Money Loans Negotiated. On hand a Numbe1- of Fine Lots, im proved and unimproved. NOGALKS, P. O. Box 121. ASSAY OFFICE, IE1- "W. HEYlsTE, ' Metals a Specialty. Nogales, - Ariz. P. P. PELLEGRIN. PRACTICAL GENEVA "WATCHMAKER, Kflnonte Your Hovel) With Ccnreta. Cnndv Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 35c. II C. C. C. fail, druggists refund mouey. Startling News takes one by surprise. We are start ing every cue in Nogales, with the immense stock of spring goods that we are receiving every week. Just in vestigate what we say about our goods; it'll cost you nothing to do so and will certainly 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 thin- selected with special care for the most refined trade and they will be sold at startling low prices. Cull on us every day we will show you something new in every line at the International Department Store A. F. Paheoes & Co. a.Specu.l attention given to work from Sonora"gg Watches, Clocks, Jewelry an I Spec tacles for Sale With The Cash Grocery NOGALES, ARIZONA. LA ESPANOLA- General Alercantlise, Mexican Hat, Mexican Cigars, Mexican Cigaretts. Ail kinds of Fine Liquors. A large assortment of Mexican Cnrios. Miguel S. Cabellero, ELIAS STREET OPP. HOTEL CAZABON, ITogales, Ivies. OZE3I.A.S- TAYLOR, ASSAY ER Office with Public Sampling Wosks, opposite Montezuma Hotel. Nogales, Arizona Assays made at the following nricee: Uold, silver and lead, each 1.00; (Jop per, $ i.Ot). Above prices in United States currency. J.S.TAYLOR. J oat ice ol the l'mcn. Notrya Pujlic aniVonveyance. Nogales, Arizona Enriaue 6. Ronstadt MINING AGENT Office tkmthftida ot the "Plaza da Arr. Magdalena, Sonora. Max e. B. HOCAN. B 1 a. o Is. s irii-fcti And Carriage Maker, General Repair Shop. THE NEft YORK ST DO 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 perfect fit guaranteed In every ease. WE ALSO HAVE A complete line of np-to-date gents' furnishing goods, Indies' 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., Nogales, Arizona. W. P. HARLOW, Attorney-t-lw. -VT JSO. A. GOWAN, P Mining Engineer. HARLOW & GOWAN, Brokers, Nogales, F, 0, hi 191, Arizona. s mines, neai csiaie anu uduiu iiauuisu uu cum- mission. Expert examination and Reports on Mining t Properties. Cosmcrcial aal Legal Bcsisen ia the United State nl Mexico a Specialty. WILLIAM ROY. ED. TITCO.MB. Roy & Titconib, Commission merchants. Dealers in. Lumber Doors and Windows Lime and Cement, Yalolioe Oils Giant Power, Fuse and Caps, Coal and Coali, Octagon Steel. Iron Roofing, Bar Iron, T. Rails. SOLE AGENTS IN Sosora, Smaloa and Lower California for the , COLORADO IRON WORKS, DENER FIRE CLAY CO, COA1MON SENSE WHIM CO. Agents for NOGALES, THE MEXICAN GOLD & SILVER rtHCOVEnY CO., LIMITED. GIANT POWDER CO. LEONARD & ELLIS. ARIZ. CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. LEW PU, Prop. Tg Wigwam Saloon, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS, SCHLITZ BEER ON DRAUGHT. JOyi PIK5, Proprietor. Nogalss E!:;iri: Light, I:i and Water. Company IEtjuto AjrtifioiaJ. loo Made From Distilled and Filtered Water, Cold Storage, Incandescent Lighting Fo? Stares, Cr::, Cvsllin Et?. lea Shipped to all Fointi Crdsrs Sclicilsd. - HOTEL FRANCES, iTORIBIO SALCID0, FREGOSO BUILDING, Uogalss, Sonora. This well known house been thoroughly overhauled and famished throughout for the accommodation of guests. Fine and elegantly furnished rooms. .A fine bar is attached to the hotel. JOS ROUGNY, Proprietor: DEALER IN GnOCEIlIES PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. ARIZPE STREET, Nogales, Sonora. The Exchange, J T. Uhickwoud Mu.-ical instruments of all kinds at the Line Citj Store being sulci at cast Call before they are all gene. . NOGALES line Minra ARIZONA