NOG ALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 4, 1897
P. Sandoval & Co. have received an
other carload of Studebaker wagons.
R. N. Leatherwood, the sheriff, was
down from Tucson on business Tuesday.
Jose Saralegui, n candy manufacturer
of Magdalena, was in town Monday on
The Torres orchestra plays in the
plaza now every Thursday and Sunday
Col. Wm. Hoy and John Lmlly. spent
the day at Calabasas Sunday with
Major Read. ,
Huro J. Donau, of L. Zeckendorf fe
Co of Tucson, was in Nogales Tuesday
The Yaqui river country promises to
be the richest mining and agricultural
portion of Mexico.
Miss Hallie Sprecker came down from
Crittenden Monday morning to visit
her sister, Mrs. John Dessart.
Wm. S. Smith, superintendent of the
Esperanza and La Francisca Mining Co.
went to the Guacomea mines Monday.
L. Ephraim went out to his Promoii
torio mine Monday. Mr. Ephraim
continues to work this great silver pro
ducer regardless of the low price of the
Postmaster Wylie this week moved
the postofSce into the new building.
When it is completed Nogales will have
a creditable poetoffice.
O. K. Franklin and W. H. Randall
sent out a big lot of bud plies to the Fa
vorita mine where they have a large
force of men at work developing.
Little Ned Titcomb, the eldest -ton of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Titcomb, celebrated
his fifth birthday Tuesday and had a
few of his little friends present to assist
Mrs. L. L. Lindsey and her two
daughters are in Nogales from La Mina
Mexicana and will leave soon for Cali
fornia to spend the remainder of the
John Kramer is in Nogales on his
way to Minas-Prietes, where he is em
ployed as one of the bosses. Mr.
Kramer has been taking a lay-off in
the United States. ,
Charley Harrison of Lochiel has gone
to Yuma t6 accept a position as guard
at the penitentiary. Mr. Harrison is a
careful and steady young man and is a
good man for the place.
With the water supply coming from
above town, Nogales can now boast tLe
purest and healthiest water in the
country. Chenoweth Bros, deserve a
great deal of credit for securing this
Frank Morgan imported 450 head of
cattle from Sonora Monday for the
Chiricahua Cattle Co. Superintendent
Crowley and his men received them at
Nogales and will drive them to the
range in the Chiriahua-mountains.
Abe Goldbaum, well known in No
gales, passed through Sunday on his
way to the Yaqui river country on
mining business for eastern people.
Abe has just returned from Monterey,
Mexico, where he has been some time.
Juan Sanchez, the young man who
attempted to commit suicide across the
line by shooting himself last week, is
getting well. He was in love and the
woman would have nothing to do with
him, so he concluded life was not worth
George H. Smalley, mining corres
pondent of the Phoenix Republican,
arrived Monday on his way to the Ya
qui River country where he goes to
write up the strike for several of the
big dailies. Mr. Smalley is a good and
JLhi writ- wimrvr nw h !
sends out can be depended on as correct, i
second hearing before Judge Davis
Monday. At his first hearing a few
days he claimed that he had the neces
sary registration papers in his valise
which was in Sacramento. He was
given time to produce them, not having
done so ho was ordered deported. This
is one of the many Chinese arrested re
cently by Chinese Inspector S. J. Duck
worth and the inspectors.
Cashier Fred Herrera of the Inter
national bank, returned Sunday from
several week's outing on the coast
very much improved and rested. He
took in all the principal seaports along
the coast to San Francisco including
Catalina Islands. Fred has gained
twelve pounds and believes he would .
have gained double that amount had I
he put in his entire vacation at Cata- :
lina where he asserts there are more !
fish and pleasant people than there are
at nnv other Doint on . the coast. He !
sava times are good ia California
he did not see any better place for
business than here in Nogalss.
She Should Be Admitted Into the
A careful reading of the newspapers
of Arizona discloses that the develop
ment of the rich and varied resources
of the big territory is proceeding in a
most gratifying manner despite the
many drawbacks that have existed to
development everywhere during the
past seven years.
' Perhaps this development is most
prominent in the mining industry,
winch is taking great strides forward
this year. Arizona is yery rich in gold,
silver and copper, and it needs only
brains and the magic touch of capital
to place her in the front rank among
the producers of these important
metals. A large amount of prospect
ing is being done and the results seem
to" be entirely satisfactory to the pros
pectors, if one may judge from the
published interviews. ''
The cattle industry, too, which has
been picking up somewhat all over the
country during the past year or two, is
no small factor in the industry and
prosperity of Arizona, and will add con
siderably to the roundup of the year's
A new railroad to the 'Grand canyon
of. the Colorado will surely bo built very
Soon, if indeed,- it is not completed this
year. This will add greatly to the at
tractions of the territory, and will draw
many visitors who perhaps now labor
nnder 'the mistaken impression that
Arizona is an almost trackless desert.
The leading cities of the territory,
too, are doing very well and displaying
unmistakable indications of up-to-date
enterprise and push. Phoenix, Tucson,
Tombstone, Prescott and others that
might be named are feeling the impetus
and moving ahead accordingly.
If congress will have the justice to
admit Arizona into the Union next
winter it will grow and prosper as it
never has before, surprising its most
sanguine friends. The Herald sincerely
hopes that the result will be achieved.
Los Angeles Herald.
What is Going on Among the Metal
Lew and John Blakely and their
wives came up from Cedar, where the
Messrs. Blakely have been developing
their mining property for some
time past. They have located a new
find in the Codar country, assays from
which give an average value of over
five ounces gold per ton. A six inch
streak in the ledge gave a return of
S-OJ. The ledge is over two feet in
width. Theboys will return tothemine
iu a ffiv days and sink a shaft to a depth
of fifty feet as rapidly as possible.
Hon. R. R. Richardson has just
leased fifty acres of patented placer
ground-in the Greaterville mining dis
trict to a Chicago company. This com
pany will put in a large new dry process
machine which it is claimed will wash
fully 100 tons of ground per day. The
Greaterville district is in extent and
richness one of the best placer fields in
the western country, but could never
be worked to any extent, owing to
the almost entire absence of water.
If the above company have a machine
which will do the work, there is no
need to look to Alaska for a Klondike,
as then Arizona would have one of her
own. Tucson Star.
W. S. Reed came into the city yes
terday from Oro Blanco, where he is
connected with the Oro Mining Co.
The company continues running its
mill double shifts, and has more men
employed in the mine than ever before.
T1)e ore DOW bein? .mined is f his
grade and continuous development
shows it to be in large quantity. It is
a free mflling gold ore and the increased
facilities for handling it which are now
i in progress will, when completed, enable
; the company to handle a much lower
i grade of ore at a large profit. Since
i the present superintendent, S. H. Gould,
took charge some months ago, a great
I deal of development work has been
done and extensive additions made to
the milling plant, yet cash returns have
been made to the owners of the prop
Act No. 6D, of the last legislature pro
vides for the leasing of ell school and
university lands, and applications are
now pouring into the office of the clerk
of the board of supervisors. Though
the county fathers seem to.be in doubt
as to the advisability of accepting the
provision ot tue act, as it appears mat
1 tue tel.rjtory and not the connty 're-
pfit. therefrom. However.
1 j thev do, a great many citizens who.
have made improvements on scnool
lands will feel much easier in possession.
LABOR DAY PROCLAMATION.
Territory of Arizona, Executive De
partment. , .
The laws of the United States desig
nate the first Monday in September of
each year os a legal holiday to be
known as Labor Day. v
When we reflect that labor day is the
foundation and creator of all wealth;
that upon it depends nil happiness and
all excellence; that it is labor that
builds up great states 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' cbmmunitlos '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, nnd 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 arid
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 this 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 t he-necessities of the community
require to he 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.
MYRON II. M'CORD,
Governor of Arizona,
j CHARLES H. AKERS,
Secretary of Arizona.
Tf Cure Conit1. nation Forever.
Take C.is3aret3 Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25a
If C C. C. fail to cure, druKui'.ts refund money.
What is Going on Along
the Line of
Gen. Epes Randolph went to Yuma
Saturday iu his private car on busi
ness. The Southern Pacific is making many
improvements on the N. M & A. and
H. S. Foreman has accepted a posi
tion as engineer on the Torres Miuas
Francisco Velasco is acting agent at
Torres for Wells-Fargo. during the ab
sence of H. King in California.
There is a new switch engine in the
Nogales yards, or at least the old one so
well overhauled that it is not recognized.
W. G. Gillet. assistant chief engineer
of the Southern Pacific R. R. is per
sonally superintending the work of the
reconstruction department in changing
the track near Dragoon Summit and
Railroad Pass. Three miles of the new
grade near Railroad Pass is now ready
for the tracklayers. Tucson Star.
Benson as a town is neither more nor
less of a town than it was some years
ago. It hasn't grown, neither has it
decreased materially in population.
Benson is however conspicuons as a
shipping point. Merchandise for Bis
bee, and all points along the N. M. .&
A. road not only in Arizona but the
whole state of Sonora draw ' their
American supplies through this point.
As an evidence of this the freight re
ceipts of the Southern Pacifie aggre
grate, it is said, about $4,000 daily or
3120,000 per month. The Southern
Pacific, the Arizona & Southwestern,
and the New Mexico & Arizona rail
roads all converge at this point and it
is one of the most important points in
the country. A Union dpot will, it is
. : Absolutely Pure.
. Celebrate! for its jrreat leaven i no- strength
and healthf ulnef s. Asx-rea the food agaiM6t
amm and all forms f adulteration common to
th rtheap branriR.
ROYAL, BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK
said, shortly be built for the better
handling of its great business interests..
Under this arrangement the other
roads will be kept off the main track
of the Souther j Pacific and they will
deliver and receive their cargoes oh
the south side of the depot instead of
on the main S. P. track as now.
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 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. It is composed of the
best tonics known, combined with the
best bloo j purifiers, acting directly on
the- mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
wh'jit produces such wonderful results
in 'curing catarrh.""Send " for testi
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Toledo, O. Sold bv- druggists, pri
75 cents. liu July 10
Notice to Examiner Readers.
Have your Examiner delivered to
your home for 65 cents per month by
the Line City Store.
Frank M. King, Prop.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your l ife Away.
To quit tobacco easily uud forever, be mag
netic. full of life, nervo and vit:or, take No To
B:c. tue wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Ail druggists, 60c or CI. Cure guaran
teed Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probate Coutt, Pima Connty, Ari
zona. In the matter of the estate of Juana Luke
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, E.
Lnketich, of the estate of Juana Luketich, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav
ing claims against, the raid defeased, to ex
hibit th Fame with the necessary vonchers,
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, 1897.
First publication July 24, 1697.
Stone Cutter and Contractor
for Any Kind of Stone Work.
Masonry and General Build
Office at Residence in Thompson
Building, Avery Avenue,
NOGALES - - ARIZ.
T- gales, Sonora.
This well known house been thoroughly
overhauled and furnished throughout
for the accommodation of guests. Fine
and elegantly fnrnished rooms. A fine
bar is attach 3d to the hotel. -
DO YOU KNOW
"A Good Thing" when you see it almost everyone does. The
line of suitings we are offering. for from $12-E0 tc $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 6e!ectT
Just received. A perfect fit guaranteed in every case.
WE ALSO HAVE
, . ' A complete line of up-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., Nogales, Arizona.
ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK.
WIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY PURPOSE.
SPECIAL ELECTRIC FIXTURES FOR SALE.
SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. i
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS
HOTEL ALMA DA,
M. MARCH EBOUT, Prop. -
-S r " 3nS
THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION, THE MOST COMFORTABLE
GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE. , AND BEST VENTILATED.
Old. ;Ma,soxi Tlaiskey
Over One Hundred Varieties of Imported Liquors. Cordials
and Fine Wines. Table Unsurpassed for Quality
1- and Best Service.
"The Casino" Imlly&Calislier.
The Only First-Class Hotel in Nogales. ...
Newly Refitted and Furnished Throughout.
FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM. J3 RATES VERY REASONABLE.
ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop.
Tg Wigwam Saloon,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
SCHLITZ BEER ON DRAUGHT.
JOHN PA?IK5, Proprietor.
f 1 DClT IITPr V rniUXUTPPn to cr j
f ADULUiLI UUflllAHlU tiTr. BrTrr
J pie and booklet free. Ad. jJ"'1 Af
s. CURE COHSTI RATION
rr rnntipatio. Cttmrrt re tlielilr-l I a-
rlp or rripc.knt , n-lura! r-lt. Sam-l
m'mm '''Vefi mmi
xml | txt