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The border vidette. (Nogales, Ariz.) 1894-1934, August 28, 1897, Image 3

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AUGUST 28, 1897.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
One year
JSix months.. ..
Three months.
f 2 00
J 5(1
1 00
LOCAL BRIEFS.
Louis Fleischer lias joined The
Larks.
Miss Lula Sykes of Culabas.is, was
a visitor at Nogfilus Thursday.
The Nogales Atheltic club -will
move to their new have on the first.
Thu posters announcing the festivi
ties for the 16th of September are out.
Toilet paper wholesale and retail at
the Line City Store
Pasqual Malhabear, inspector of the
federal telegraph line in Souora, is in
town on business.
Try Schlitz pale beer and you will
;ise no other at your table. For sale
by J. T. JJrickwood.
John Parker has just received a big
assortment of tirst class goods at the
Wigwam.
Miguel Padres, a La Colorada, mer
chant, wan in Nogales rl hursday pur
chasing supplies for his store.
Engineer Thread way is in town
today. The pile driver broke down
and he came in to have it repaired.
A. J. Griswold mourns the loss of
his tiue blooded fox-terrier Bettie, who
fell in a well the other day and died.
Charles. Taylor, the assayer, is busy
these days testing rok that is being
brought in by the numerous pros
psctors. Drink Sciilitz, the beer that made
Mil waukee famous. For sale at Brick
wood's for ten cents (Mexican) per
glass.
Some of the boys were out serenad
ing their lady friends with the man
dolin orchestra. The music was very
sweet.
J. H. Langtry, superintendent of
Wells, Kurgo & Co. is in town froin
San Francisco on business for the
coinpauy.
Absolute purity, delicate flavor, are
characteristics of Schlitz beer. J. T.
Brickwood sells it for 10 cents a glass
Mexican money.
J. A. Go wan of the mining brokers
firm of Harlow & Gowan, returned
the middle of the week from a busi
ness trip to Sonora.
Writing tablets at the Line City
Store for 5 cents up to 50 cents each.
The largest and cheapest assortment,
ever brought to Nogales.
No land is so remote that it is not
reached by Scnxrrz's Milwaukee beer.
Sold by J. T. Brickwood at 10 cents
per glass, Mexican money.
H. W. Randall left yesterday for
his copper properties in the Ajo moun
tains t put some men to work devel
oping them. He expects to be gone
about two weeks.
Andrew Miller, the wllknown
Globe photographer, is in Nogales and
and will open a gallery here soon. Mr
Miller is a tirst class photographer and
he will ho doubt -do well here
Frank Robles, for several years an
employe on the Phoenix Republican,
is in Nogales with his wife and baby
on a layoff. Frank is one of tho niott
expert pressmen in the territory.
At the Cong'e national church the
pastor will preach Sunday morning on
"The Businessof the Church of Christ."
In the evening his subject will be
"Gideon, or Fighting for the Right."
J R. Southworth left last night for
Tucsoirand-Bisbec iir-che interest -of
his f'.-'onora Hustrado." Mr. South
worth has just received a lot of new
engravings which are beauties.
Col. George Christ came down from
Tucson last Sunday morning to visit
h'n family. His fa mil will join, him
at Tucson xn the tirst. They will
occupy rooms at the Hittinger resi
dence, i
AlexanJer Seramin.iho was com
mitted to the insane asylma at Tuc
son the other day, was well known in
Nogales where his family now reside.
He was for several years telegraph Hue
repairer on the N. M. & A.
A. J. Sullivan, son-in-law of of Mrs.
J. W. Wilson, w up from La Colorada
on a two months leave of alence Mr.
Sullivan has been in the Amarillas
mill there for two years. He left for
Chicago Thursday night.
Mri. George Christ and her daughter
Miss Catherine will leave for their
new home at Tucson Tuesiay room
ing to reside. They will occupy the
Hittenger house. The many friends
of Mrs. Christ and her daughter are
sorry to lose them and will miss
them ver much.
Win Barrett, son of W. J. B
Barnette, will leave tonight where
he will enter St Vincents college
Mrs. N. E. Schofield, mother of W.
B. Welton, the electrician, will nrrive
here Monday or Tuesday from Ltke
Tabor, Neb., to open a bakery and
candy factory. She will make only
tirst-class goods.
John H. 1'ehan, has been appointed
to a position in the patent office at
Washington under Gen. Ainsworth.
Mr. l'ehau will work there tin's win
ter and will leave in the spring for
Klondike at the head of a big com
pany which has leen organized in
Washington'
Ifev. S. V. Ddlly will have for his
sul jdcts at the M. E. churcli, south,
tomorrow, the following: Morning-,
"Going all to the Glory of God."
The stbject for the evening discourse
will be a special and interesting one.
There wiil also be a specially arranged
musical program. Everybody is cor
dially invited te attend.
As we go to press we learn that
a fifteen year old Ame ican girl who
came from Tucson two weeks ago to
reside with Mrs. Go. Watte at the
sanitarium, has run away and is in
hiding some place in Nogales. Mrs.
Watts is considerably worried about
the girl. We did not learn the girl's
name.
U. S. Mounted Inspectors Sm
King and J. F. Kellner came in from
Bnenos Ay res with two Papago In
dians who they arrested for smuggling
cattle into the United States. The
Indians werfc bound over by Judje
Duffy in the sum of 9300, each, in
default of which they will Loth go to
jail.
Joe Pascholy writes that he Isas
purchased in New York, the biggest
line f Christmas goods ever brought
te Nogaks. The assortment includes
every kind of article that anyone
would want for a present. They include
cheap and high priced goods but will
be sold on a close margin and no one
need send away for goods of this
character on account of price or
quality.
An effort is being made by the cat
tlemen of the Ariraoa and Buenos
Ayres country to have a detail of
soldiers stationed at Arivacato prevent
the Papago Indians from getting away
with all the cattle in that section.
These Indians have been very bold for
years in their depredations against the
cattlemen and they have killed or
driven off hundreds of head and all
efforts of the stOL-k men have so far
failed.
A party of local nimrods went to
Mariposa canyon Wednesday morn
ing at 3 o'clock and put in the day
hunting. They killed many doves and
blue rock pigeons and had a very pleas
ant outing. George Jones came near
killing a bear he saw its tracks in the
sand near a water hole. Those who
went were; Dr. F. H. Welles, J. 11
Mix, Geo P Jones and Johnny Gib
son. Several others or the JNogule.
huntsmen were booked to go but
backed out at the last minute. Some
on account of business engagements
and others on account of the hour of
starting being too early. 1. W. Cum
mings hauled the party out and did
the cooking. Another trip will be
mad in about two weeks.
Fleischer Bios, have deeided to sell
out their clothing and gents' f urnislt
ing business and devote their entire
time to tho manufactury of cigars,
which business is growing; to such an
extent as to require their personal at
tention. They will close out their
entire stock f goods at a very low
figure aud those who go first will se
cure the best bargains. All persons
indebted to them are requested to pay
up promptly before their accounts are
put into the hands of an attorney.
Alfred Hampton went to Benson
last Monday and met his father, Gen.
Wade Hampton, who was on his way
east in his private car. Mr. Hampton
went on to El Pas' with his father
and returned yesterday morning. Gen
Hampton is just returning east from
a western tour of inspection of rail
roads. To Cure Comtlpn tlon Forever.
Talce Cuscarets C:indv Cathartic. 10c or25o.
K C C. C. fail to cure. druKKists refund money.
Typewriter supplies at the Line City
store.
MEXICAN ANNIVERSARY.
The Sixteenth of September - to be
Duly Celebrated.
The Mexican celebration committee
for, the J 6th of Sejt(;inlr held a meet
ing at the Nogales, Sonoin, municipal
hall last Monday ('venini; with Mr.
Radolio Oariif, as presiding -liair-inari,
and the following members
present: Messrs. Mascarenas, Villa
sefior, Paredes, Chapital, Raphael, En
cinas, Martinet, Duplat, Garza Cortina,
Ramirez and Secretary Acevedo.
Messrs. Chapital and Pare ies of the
collection committee, reported excel
lent progress as to the subscription list
which was generously subscribed to by
citizens on both sides of the line and
that there was but a small balance un
collected. The report was approved
and funds on hand ordered deposited
with Treasurer Sandoval.
Messrs. Garza Cortina and Raphael
were appointed as a speci.il committee
to draft and present a fu'l ropirt of
the programme with all the necessary
detail to be carried out for the celebra
tion of the 15th and 16th.
The committee was instructed to
extend a cordial invitation to the
Ladies Orchestra of Nogales, request
ing their kind tooperation at the liter
ary and musical exercises during the
festive day.
Mr. Mascarenas moved that the
grand ball for the occasion be giren at
the custom house, as that locality was
the only one sufficiently large enough
to accommodate the vast assemblage
of invited guests. Carried by acclaiu
mation. It was ordered that the committee
on fireworks shall take immediate ac
tion to purchase the best possible ex
hibition display from the funds set
aside for that purpose. Motion ap
proved. Before adjournment and with the
unanimous consent of the members of
the committee, the further consider
ation and appointment of committees
for the civic programme and grand
ball were deferred until the next meet
ing set for Thursday the 26tb, at 8
o'clock p. m. to which date, tho meet
ing duly adjourned. An account of
that meetiug cannot be given till our
next issue.
DOWN WITH GOLD.
Silver prices will prevail. One of the
greatest events of the week has been
brought to notice by one, Mr. GerardiT
May, who has commenced a grand
clearance sale of the handsomest lot of
goods ever offered in Nogales, to make
room for the large consignments re
cently purchrsed by him in Paris, Roii
baix, Lyon, London, Manchester, New
Castle, Brussels, St. Gallon. Zurich and
other important commerciel markets.
We are compelled to dispose of our
stock on hand to give place to the new
lines of assorted goods now en route.
Our Stock Must go at Original Silver
Prices.
What we paid to get in profits nt this
sale we expect to make up with the
choice lot of goods now on the way
from Europe. Call and take our price
hints from the fullest assortment of
goods exhibited, and convince your
self that our prices are actually auction
sale values to all.
LA FRANCESA,
Mat Honos,
Proprietors.
LA COLORADA ITEMS.
Items from the Great Sonora Gold
Camp.
J. Gambole went to Guaymas
Saturday.
Mrs. Danks went north to cool off
for a few weeks.
J. P. Furlong has just received a
large variety of flue cigars.
Mr. McPherson, Sr., has returned
from a trip to the north.
Mr. Rountree, Jr., had a jolly time
with his lady fiiendson Sunday night.
Gordon Seymour is again running
the passenger from Torres to La Colo
rada. Joe Thompson's family have gone
to California to spend the summer
months.
Mr. Dempspy has returned from a
long and weary business trip to the
, north.
! C. J. Wimple and Joe. Smith have
been preparing to go down on the Ya
: qui river for a long time.
Henry Johnson, night foreman on
the La Colorada shaft, has been pro
moted to day foreman.
John Cahallia will take charge cf
the incline shaft, and proceed to supply
the La Colorada mill with ore.
Dr. A. C. Wright has returned
' from a trip to the Chivato country,
' where he relieved and wade well a sick
i ladv.
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
'DR'
CREAM
MEWS
A Pore Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Joe Martenstcin will move this week
to the corner of the Hotel Central.
He has a fine stock of wines and
liquors on the way here Lookout
for keg beer on ice soon, only 4 cents
a glass.
E. A. Brown, foreman of the Colo
rada.fniili, - is very busy ch inking and
netting ready to receive the Colorada
ore. He claims that this or needs
a different treatment and will soon be
ready to make the yellow bars.
All those who take papers by ex
press through J. P Furlong are noti
fied that the same will be raised to
2.50 per niunth, in Mexican Bilver,
owing to the low price of Mexican
dollars and a raise in t-xpress; if you
want the papers by mail he will gladly
order for yeu.
An acciJent happened on Friday
last while Engineer Reace was lower
ing Jones and borne others down the
shaft, condenced water tilled the
cylinders so fast that it could wot
escape and caused them to explode.
Engineer Rease stood like a hero at his
post and stopped in time to save the lives
of those on the cage. 'J he engine can
not be put in repair for at it least six
weeks and in order to keep the mill
running they have started the Colo
rada incline is order to supply if.
The s?minery will open Monday,
Sept. 6. The charge this yejir will
be 1.00 a month each in curreucy.
ntrmtional
Drur Store
Chenowcth & Mix
A Choice Stock f
Pure
Drug
And Medicines on Hand.
Full line ofthe leading pn'ent medi
cines, 'rescript inns carefully rom
poundrd. Manufacturers of tsoda,
Tichy, .-rsaparilIa. syrups Ktu.
FOR THE HEALTH
there is never more opportune season
than Spring. It is a mistake; an
abuse to one, not to aid their system
by taking some good effective Spring
alterative. No better tonic for clean
ing aud invigorating the system than
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, at
85 cents a bottle. We use the best
drugs and give the most care in com
pounding prescriptions, aud never
allow anyone to give you a better
equivalent for vour money.
CIIENOWETH & MIX,
Nogales, Arizona, Morley Avenue.
PURE FOOD AND DRINK
Costs nothing to find out
whether Schilling's Best
te
coffee
soda
bale in it oowder
flavor in if extracts
and spices
are good enough for you.
16
m&wf ...
For rile by
A. F. Paredes & Co.
THE
LINE
CITY
STORE
THE CHEAPEST and (BEST
'place in Jfogalcs to buy stationery,
music, periodicals and novelties as
well as pipes, tobacco, cigar etts, etc.
Office supples, Stationery, Etc.,
Furnished to Mining Companies
and Others in Quantities at
Eastern Prices with Only the
Freight Added. i2r if
THE ONLY PLACE IN TOWN
WHERE YOU CAN GET EVERY
THING YOU WANT IN OUR
LlNEjftfru,.
MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN ALL
DESIGNS-ss
ORDERS TAKEN FOR RUBBER STAMPS, SEALS, TEC
Job Printing Also Done in the Latest Styles. Call and See us
Defore Going Elsewhere.
WE DEFY COMPETITION-2a'
SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR ALL PAPERS AND MAGAZINES.
San Francisco Examiner 65 cents per month
San Francisco Chronicle 65 cents per month
Los Angeles Times 65 cents per month
Los Angeles Herald 65 cents per month
St. Louis Globe-Democrat 75 cents per month
Kansas City Times 75 cents per month
Hew York Journal 65 cents per month
New York World : - v 65 cents per moth
FRANK M. KING,
PROPRIETOR.
We Can Save You Money
And that is what everybody is t ying to do these days,
THE HED HOUSE
Headquarters in Nogales for the celebrated
Banister Shoes and Stetson Hats.
FINE SUITS, GENTS' UNDERWEAR,
TEES AND FURNISHIJNGS,
CORSETS, DRESS GOODS, RIIJEONS
Wholesale and Retail
Boots, Shoes,
Tlae Reel House,
Ramon Vasquez,
Old Mason
DRAFT BEER-
Over One Jliondred Varieties of Imported Liquors. Cordials
and Fine Wines. Table Unsurpassed for Quality
and Best Service.
"The Casind' Lully & Calisher.
P. SANDOVAL.
P. SANDOVAL & CO,
NOGALES, ARIZ, AND NOGALES, SONORA.
Custom 2XsviS9 Brolxcrs
jSP Commission lsrclicuits.
ALSO HHOKKHS VOU
Cie du Boleo,Ca. Ca, Our a Mexican Gold and Silver (Recovery Co.
L., Ou 'm'.era Mg. Co., and for the leding houses
in Sonora, Mexico.
Dealer in Dry Goods,
Notions, Etc.
Nogales, Airzona.
Wlaiskey,
1ST OUST EAILTH
A. SAZ OOVAL.
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