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1SSUSD WEEKLY AT NOGALES, ARIZONA. BY SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. Monday is Labor Day. Nogales cau boast of the biggest sanitarium in Arizona. . If providence is. with the ad minis tration providence roust also be on a vacation. Prices are rising en articles of con sumption. - The trusts alone are being benefitted. Has prosperity shown p in your 1 . J .A ft . . ? neignooraooa yen j.re you gecuug any more pay for your lsbort How. Mexico's silver bonds continue in demand abroad. Somebody bas jjlenty af faith in the white metal. Mexican Herald. The Republican papers keep .right on telling us that prosperity is here This is about as near as we will get to it during the life of the administration Some cf the finest peaches grown in Nogales are raised by M. Risiager We saw some this merningthat would rival the production of any country A MAN who is always finding some thing bad in everybody else and can see very little good in any one will bear watching. for he ean't have much good in himself. The Tucson Star is about right when it says: "The prosperity proces sion is built somewhat upon tke circus parade order. . The noisiest part of it is in the band wagon. "Poor Old . Al exieol". exclaims an American. But we notice that peo ple keep on eating and drinking, buy mg goods, advertising, and hustling just the same, in Poor OIJ Mexico? Mexican Herald The Vidette doesn't believe there are six men in Nogales who deserve taf " and feathers.-1 In fact we believe this mode of punishment a relic of bygone day's ; ! If-a mH has committed a crime so bad as to deserve such treat meat why not hang him? We object to the Phoenix Republi can crediting all our items to the Oasis. For' some time the Republican has been clipping good live news notes from The Vidette and crediting them to our contemporary and we are jealous. j ' . : The city election on the Sonora side resulted in a sort of a draw. Voting was stopped, before it was finished and the result was no election and we un derstand the governor will make the appointments. In the meantime the present officials will holdover. It's a very poor county that can't get up a little mining excitement these days. Vet such strikes as are reported were not uncommon before the Alaskan gold fever struck us. They were not much talked about then and excited little interest when merely mentioned. The nail makers have been over taken by the to s cf prosperity. They've just had their wages reduced and their union has been defined by the tariff-aided manufacturer. They can accept the reduced wages or stave. Government by injuctiou" leaves thein that alternative. Collector Chrnowkth and S. J. Duckworth made a great fight for the government in the Chinese deporta tion case before the U. S. court com missioner Thursday. Iu the absence of the U. S. district attorney they conducted the case and judging from the able manner in which the handled the case no U. S. attorney is necessary here. After enjoying the luxury of gold standard 40-cent wheat for four years the American farmers naturally con cluded that it was not worth the labor and this year the crop in every state is short. In foreign countries the situation is about the same. As a re trlt speculators are offering a dollar for wheat and the few farmers who are fortunate enough to have any are get ting about 70 cents a bushel. In the agjr-rate however, farmers receive 4est 'if their wheat than ever before. TREASURE LAND. An Appropriate Title for the Story of Tucson and Pima County. Mr. J. Geo. Hilzinger has just re turned from ' Denver, where he has been for the past five weeks superin tending the publication of his story. Denver is a trifle cooles than Tucson and Nogales, but this advantage is offset by the rarified air which com pelled nun to breathe twice as fast as he does here and kept him, as it were, straggling for an existence. He met a great many people who wanted to know something about Arizona, and was able to de good missionary woik without impoverishing his fund of veracity. He needs this in his busi ness. The book was fully criticised while in course of publication by some noted advertising experts and others, and it was proneuneed far beyond any thing of the kind heretofore published. The public, especially those who travel for recreation and profit, are tired of advertising dodges, souvenirs and pho tograph albums and want something to read. Mr. Hilzinger's book was found to be original in make-up, ele gant in design, entertaining and in structive and of just the right size and shape.. When they claim that the soction of country that had enterprise enough to publish such a work needs no ether advertisement, the author blushed and changed the conversation. Arrangements were made in Denver to distribute a larrje number of the copies among parties interested in the subject, not only visitors from the east, but residents of Colorado who find the winter climate roo severe. Tho Santa Fe system will also have copies of the story in its principal offices. Several thousand copies will be circulated in this manner, and Mr. H. is wodering just now who will foot- the bill and fears that the altitude of Denver made him light headed and over-trustful. When he left Denver the printed mat ter was about to pass into the hands of the binders, so that copies will be soon available for distribution. . He calls attention to the fact that a book of 80 pages was premised, and that the book which will be delivered contains 160 pages, and hopes that no subscriber will seek to evade his con tract on account of this little misrepre sentation. To meet any objection of this kind he will cheerfully saw out the eighty additional pages and give them to the poor. Mr. Hilzinger found that the east ern market was flooded with pamphlets purporting to be the stories of the dif ferent paradises and decided to adopt a title that was new enough to be patented, and called his book 'Treas ure Land." SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. The woolen mills of Ort g & Her nandez, locate! at Ures, hare suspend ed on account of lack of wool. A public school has been established at Granadas, in the Mootezuma dis trict, iu charge of Pro!. A'oises A. Sanz. El Sol states that Don Manuel Bringas of Moctezuma, killed Zeferino Duarte, at his house with a club be cause the latter insulted him. V ice-Go vertor Figueroa has com pleted all the necessary arrangements to send an expedition to examine the archaeological monuments which exist in the Magdalena district. During the last few days the storms have taken down all the telegraph linns from Torin, Alamos, Potam and Altata. A large force of men are working hard to get the wires up again. El Imparcial complains of the great noise made by the employes of the shoe factory of Sin Fo Cheng fc Co. every night especially every Saturday. The attention of the police is directed to the nuisance. Don Rodolfo Tapia, postmaster at Hermosillo, has preferred charges against the editor ' of Kl Trafico. El Trafico accuse? the new postmaster of being incompetent and generally not fitted for the office. Alfredo Ezre, member of one of the best families of Sahuaripa, was at a dance on the 15th instant when he committed suicide in the . ball room. He was in love and and his. affections were not reciprocated. A severe windstorm struck the schooner Salvatierra belonging to Don Luis A. Martinez of Guaymas, on the 21st and 22nd, but owing to the good judgement of the captain she did.i't founder. ' She was bound for Guay mas with com from the Rio Yaqui. On the 23rd a strong rainstorm struck the town of Torin on the Ya qui river and swept many houses away' Several 'women and children- were nearly drowned.. The good services of the regular soldiers saved many from a watery grave... El Imparcial of Guaymas, complains of the number ef beggars on the streets of Guaymas and thinks the chief of police ought, to take the matter in hand and see that these plagues do not show up on the streets more than once a week. , ' On the seventeenth of August Man uel Borja left Sahuaripa for Guaymas with three hundred dollars to pay a bill there. Before reaching the mining town of La Casit-a he stopped to fix his saddle when the mule he was riding made a break and ran off to a band of other mules near by. From there he returned to Sahuaripa and gave notice of his accident. The monoy belonged to other parties' and was lost as it was tied on to the saddle. The young man was so humiliated over the accident and so much grieved at the less of the money that he com mitted suicide the next day. He lejt a note saying that he killed himself because people might think he stole the money, but he didn't steal it ' RAILROAD NEWS. . What is Going on Along the "Line of Travel. The pile driver hasbesn in Guaymas during the week. Engineer Sears, formerly with the Torres it Prietas railway, is now run niug on the Sonora. -; General Manager J. A. Naugle came up from Guaymas Wednesday night eu a tour of inspection. - Conductor Will BroJerick had to double back Thursday on account ef Conductor Frank Dow taking a layoff Engineer Tread way, who has ' been running fer Engineer Schoonmaker during his absence, resumed bis run yesterday morning on the work train. The Southern Pacific Company is building a new sidetrack between Stgae avenue and Sixth avenue, crossing They are also building a spur "along the site of the Eagle Milling Com- pany's new warehouse. Tucson Star ' Engineer John Schoomaker returned from Ore Blanco Weduesday aud re sumed his ruu on the passenger Thur& day night. Mr. Schoonmaker has some valuable Mining properties in.Oro Blanco district which are turning out some rich ore. We hope Mr. Schoon maker has struck it very rich. The Southern Pacific company hffS been able to reduce the number of day coaches on its trains by the use of a new er modeled something after the Pullman pattern. Tho car is separated into two or threa compartments, ' one being given to the smokers, so that classes ' of passengers can be separated when desirable, and the hauling of extra cars that have only a few passengers at this time of 'year avoided. 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Sold by Chenoweth Jb Mix. Luis Carillo has been appointed com missioner of roundups on the Mexican side of the line for the district of No gales and American cattlemen who want to gather cattle on that side will first gut a certificate from him. They will present this certificate to the treasurer of the town and get a permit which will entitle them to work on that siJe of Hue. You probably pay too much a month for tea; it is probably not very good. Try Schilling s Best. If you don't like it, your gro cer returns your money. You may find unexpected pleasure and, profit in it. A Schilling Si Company 177 i A Valuable Prescription, Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind., "Sun," writes: .You have a valuable prescription. in Electric , Bit ters, and I can cheerfully recommend it fer Constipation and Sick Head ache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. - Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove. Ave., Chicago, was run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bcttles of Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get - a bottle at Chenoweth fc Mix's. Civil Service Examination. The IT. S Civil Service Commission 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. m., .for the grades of clerk (male or female), day inspector, inspectress and janitor in the. customs service. Only citizens of the United States can be examined. Ago limita tions, minimum 20 years. No appli cation will be accepted for this exam ination unless filed with the under signed, on tke proper blank, before the hour of closing business on Monday September 13, 1897' Applications should be filed promptly in 'order that time may remain for correction if ne cessary. For application" blanks, full instructions, aud information relative to the duties and salaries of the differ ent positions, apj-ly to S. M. Aguirre, secretary. -; , , . ! ANOTHER GRAND CONCERT By the Ladies Mandolin, and Guitar Club September II. -.Theru will be a gand concert given Saturday, September 11, by the Ladies' Mandolin and Guitar Club for the benefit of Ambrosio Vega, the young man who recently lost both legs by being run over by 'cars' while coupling them. Vega is a young man who used to be a printer but later en gaged in railroading arid' Was break ing at the time of the accident. A mother was depending on the youag man for a living but now she is de prived ef her support. The money raised by this concert will go towards purchasing a' pair of cork or wooden legs. PROGRAM. PART I Valse, "Emilia"..... Estudiantina Nogalense Solo Mrs. Overton Duet.... Mrs. Elica Chenoweth and Mr. G. A. Tillasenor. Oerture, "William Tell," (piano) Misses Jesu3 find Eloisa Ramirez Soloj 'iJngar con Fuego," Miss Blanca Villasenor Trio, "Las Cigarreras" Mesdames Overton, Hampton ane Chenoweth. PART IT. Danza, Me Quiere?'.' Estudiantina Nogalense Solo Mrs. J. B. Gordon Duet.... Mrs. Jos. Pascholy and Mrs. Frank M. King:. Trio, "Los Tres Mnridos" ..... - Messrs. Villasenor, Morales and Acevedo. . Solo, "Oancion Espanola," Mrs. Elisa E. Chenoweth Saxophone Solo, Prof. M. Guiterrez Chorus, "La Mascota," King, Mr. Morales; Prince, Mr. Acevedo; Princess. Mrs. Chenoweth; Pipo, Mr. Herrera; Betina, Mrs. Pascholy and chorus. The performance will bejjin at 9 o'clock p. m., sharp. The Nogales Athletic Club hel 1 its regular monthly social in their new hall last night. Every arrangement had been made for a goo I time and there was a large crowd out. Over thirty-five couples ne present, the largest number who have attended a club social for months and the large roomy hall was amply lurj.e to ac commodate them comfortably. The circus orchestra ef seven pieces fum ed the music which was first class. This with the large hall and fino floor went a long way to making the club's opening a success. A splendid supper was served at the Jubilee restaurant. Lack of space prevents giving the names of these present. WILLIAM ROY. Hoy & Titcomb, Commission Dealers in. Lumber Doors and Windows Lime and Cement, Yalolioe Oils Giant Power, Fuse and Caps, Coal and Coah, Octagon Steel Iron Roofing, Bar iron, T. Bails. SOLE AGENTS IN SoEora, Sinaloa and Lower California for the COLORADO IRON WORKS, t DENER FIRE CLAY" CO, COMMON SENSE WHIM CO. Agents for NOGALES, HARLOW ro Nogatep, I 0. . 'Attorney-at-Imw. . ' Mines, Real Estate and Cattle handled on com-1 mission. Expert examination and Reports on Mining Properties. eLl"&lvia&l"'u' Z CALIFORNIA CHOP HOUSE. The Best Restaurant and Chop House in Nogales. Nogales Mm Light, Ice and Water Cospasy 3P"ult -AjrtifioisJL Ice Made From Distilled andjiltered Water, i' Cold Storage, Incandescent Lighting ; For Stares, O&g, Edlingi Etc' ' h SHpjsd to all Foints. -Orders SdicM. The Exchange, -i T. liRlCKWOOD Fls,e Wine mud C'lstara NOGALES ARIZONA, ASSAY OFFICE, IF1. "W. HEYNE, Metals a Specialty. Nograies, - Ariz AL ES PANOLA- General Kercandise, Mexican Hats, Mexican Cigars, Mexican Cigarette. All kinds of Fine Liquors. A large assortment of Mexican Curios. Miguel S. Cabeller ELI AS STREET OPP. HOTEL CAZABON, XTosales. Zez. P. P. PELLEGRIN. PRACTICAL GENEVA WATCHMAKER E.Speci;iI attention giten to work from Sonora' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry an 1 . Spec tacles for Sale With The Cash Grocery NOGALES. ARIZONA. mW. N. CUMMINGS Real : Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let- Money -Loans Negotiated. On hand a Number of Fine Lots, im proved and unimproved. NOPALKS. P. O. Bex 121. ed. rrrcoajB. Merchants. THE MEXICAN GOLD fc SILVER RECOVERY CO., LIMITED. GIANT POWDER CO. LEONARD & ELLIS. ARIZ. JNO. A. GOWAN, Mining Engineer. & GOWAN, Box IS!. Arizona. LEW PU. Prop. Qveriovireth if . J7lcsy PHYSICIANS 4c bU RGKONS. NOGALES, ARIZONA TELEPHONE No. 1. W. F. CHENOWETH. F. H. Startling News, takes one by surprise. We are start ling every one 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 Faucy Lawns Embroi deries and Silk Laces of all descrip tions ever brought to Nogales. Every tiling selected with special care for the most refined trade and they will be sold at startling low prices. Call on us every day we will show you something new in every line at tho International Department Store A. F. PARKDK8 t Co SPECIAL LESSONP IN SPANISH and ENGLISH. For particulars aad terms call at this Oilioe. RKT. B T. DILLKT. kcrs