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If OG ALES, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPf. 25, 1897. LOCAL BRIEFS. C. C. Wheeler, tbe Tucson merchant, was here Tuesday. Harry Saxon was up from Calabasr.s Wednesday on a short visit. Sheriff Leatbei-wood was in Negates Sunday on business. Ismael Padilla came up from Santa Ana Monday with his family. Frank L. Proctor of Tucson, was a visitor in Nogales last Saturday. Wednesday Miss Lulu Sykes of Cala basas, was a visitor at Nogales. P. B. Chisem of Guaymas, came up to Nogales Monday night and went on east. County Treasurer Chas. F. Hoff was in Nogales during the week on telephone business. Send your orders for fresh fish, oys ters, etc.. to Franco Bros'. Nogales, Sonora. Miss Luisa Parodi of Guaymas, sister j of Mrs. A. Sandoval, is visiting the ! later in Nogales. i Word comes that Mrs . F. J. Duffy is j improving very rapidly in New York. She has gained four pounds in a month. George Harmson, formerly of Phoe nix, came up from El Plomo Sunday where ho has boon employed for several months. Col. W. J. Cotton and Mr. Turnbull of the firm of Hoadley. Turnbull & Co., brokers of Phoenix, were in Nogales Monday . Walter Chenoweth returned to the Santa Kosaiia mine Monday after a short visit in Nogaies. Walter is run ning tho hoist at the mine. E. T. Stokes, special agent of the treasury department, returned to his headquarters at El Paso Monday via the Tucson stage. General R. Allyn Lewis came down from Tucson Saturday night and at tended the big ball across the line at the Mexican custom house. John Reese, formerly engineer at La Colorada, Sonora, is now at the Santa Elena mine. He went to Phoenix last Saturday to visit his family for two weuks. Herbert A. Drachman, the popular traveling representative of H. Sellig sohn & Co., the Tucson furnishers, was in Nogales several days this : week and did a good business. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. South worth re turned Monday from Hermosillo where they went to attend the big ball given there on the 18th. They report having had a most delightful time. Peter Catanich found a stock certi-! ficato Tuesday near the depot, repre- j seating 138,003 shares of stock in a t Colorado mining company. The stock j i-i made out in the name of R. A. MoT- , ton . j Miss Lola A. Brown and her grand- j mother Mrs. F. Hansen, came up from i La Colorada last week and Miss Lola ! will stop in Nogales this winter to at- tend school. She will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Couch. j . FOR SALE: -A fine ranch twelve! miles square, twenty-five miles from Nogales in Sonora. Tho ranch is well i watered and has fruit and grazing land. ' A raro bargain. Apply to The Vi- : iet te ofiise. or to Kra. Carmen Elias le ; Aguirre, Nogales, Sonora. tf L. Ephraim, the popular El Promon-j torio mine owner, came in Monday and returned Tuesday. Mr. Ephraim h.-is j just completed putting in his new hoist and blower and has commenced work on the eight hundred foot level of the mine. He will sink to the one thou- i siind foot level before he stops. i The public sohools of Nogales opened Monday with 132 pupils. Prof. O. L. . Lewis of Ohio, is principal, Miss Hall'e i Sprecher has charge of her sister:.' ! room and Miss EKey has the primary grade. There are twenty-five per cent more pupils this term than there weie last term. Tbe building has been added to and there is more room. On account of the washouts the school books have ; not arrived and several of the nnnils i have to study together. Miss Blanche Avery is getting along .' nicjly at her school. She was recently asked by the teacher to write an esrav ; on Eome subject to be called to her mind by some thrilling personal ex- ; pet ience. She wrote of the Yaqni bnt- tie here a year ago and brought down .the house. The teacher was so well pleased that he nsked her to read the j paper in public. Many of tho pupils J thought she made the story up and con- j gratulated her on being a fiction writer, j Had they been in Nogales the morning j of Agust 12. 1896, no doubt they . would j have .thonght .she. had not made the j story sensational enough by half. A ORAllB BALL Winds Up the Celebration of the Glorious Sixteenth. An Occasion Loug to Be Pleas antly Remembered. Fitting Ending of the Patriotic Cele bration of Mexican Inde pendence. The festivities of the celebration of Mexican independence closed last Saturday night the ISth with a grand ball at the custom house. Tho ware house had been ceiled with manta and the floor canvassed and the walls dec orated with the national colors of both sides of the line. There never has been such a bali iu Noga'.es and the big hall was thoroughly crowded. Two orches tras were required t keep the big crowd moving and everybody enjoyed themselves thoroughly. The ladies were most elegantly cos tumed and no prettier lot of the fair sex could be seen in one body in any place. Many of the gentlemen were in full dress. Dancing lasted till the "we sma" hours" and all declared they had en joyed tho social event of the season. Those present were: Mesdames R. Ogarrio, H. K. Cheno weth, Aurelio Sandoval,. W. F. Overton, S. Martinez, A. Parodi, Manuel Mascn renas, l'riciliana Gaxiola, J. J. Raphael, Ismael Padilla, Sofia Holler, Jose Ro driguez. P. J. Zeimet, Fred Hcrrera, A. Hampton, R. Gonzalez, M. Joffroy, Jos. Pascholy, Frank M. King. A. May, M. Novion, Steve Aguirro, A. T. Bird, Mr. Keyser, J. L. Giroux. "Misses Luisa Mascarenas, Mannela Escalante, Arnalia Ramirez, Jesns Ra mirez, Anita Ramirez, Eloisa Ramirez. Luisa Parodi, Blanca Villasenor, Anita and Refugio Elias, Freda Herrera, Ma ria and Magdalena Novion, Clara Holler, Josefina Dupuy, Isidra Rodriguez. Misses Raphael, Lupe Acuna, Herlinda Espinoza, Jesus and Borta Sandoval, Pastora JofTroy, Luisa Joffroy, Marga rita JolTroy, Victoria Fadres, Edisa and Isabel Cervantes, Refugio Gonzalez. Lnpo and Josefa Larrinaga, Jesus and Santos Tnpia. Misses Martinez, . Mary Dmv, Missts Emery, Miss Kayser, Miss Felix, Sofia Hughes, Misses Buelna, Je sus Gaxiola, Carmen Barnett, Manuela Marquez. Messrs. Rodolfo Ogarrio, Dr. Braun, C. Garza Cortina, Aurelio Sandoval, Salvador Martinez, Manuel Mascarenas, J. J. Raphael, Ismael Padilla, H. K. Chenoweth, Alfred Hampton, Adjutant General R. Allyn Lewis of Phoenix, A. T. Bird, E. T. Stokes. A. May, J. L. Giroux, Col. ttj. P. Harlow, Arnolrlo Faerber. W. F. Overton. Luis Fressi nier. J. B. Mix, Jos. Pascholy, Frank M. King, Fred Herrera, W. F. Cheno weth, P. J. Zeinict, J. H. Politzer, En rique Acevedo, Francisco Venegas, E. Donnadieu, Joo Ford, F. Sicre, E. K. Stokes, G. Elias, E. L. Griswold, A. Joffroy, Herbert Drachman, J. S. Duck worth, H. V. Lewis, Chns. Christ, Gui l'ormo Robinsou, Rieardo and Lewis Fleischer. Harry Mitchell. A. Mnscurer nas, P. B. Yatos, R. Hughos Long, H. Kelsey. A. Morawetz, Demetrio Velnseo, J. C. Keen, E. Norriega. J. D. Milton, C. E. Tyler. Francisco Velasco, J. Pina, R. O "Fan-ell, E. Braun, A. Sandoval. G. Vindiola, A. Villasenor, Alejandro Ed gerton, E. Hoyer,- F. Becker, Dr. E. Borghetti, M. Escalada, L. Escalada, :.fose Espinoza, E. Simond, E. Felix, M. Ricand, G. Masearenas, A. Ricand. BITTER TELEPHONE SYSTEM. Manager Hoff is Making Arrange ments fj'r Improvements. Clias. F. ITotT, manager of the Sun set Telophone & Telegraph Co.. who was in-Nogales early this' week, stated I to The Vidette editor that the service of the Nogales system would be ivn- ; proved by running central office to ! o'clock p. m., and all day Sundays. I Some changes will also be made at con- . trnl office which will give tho operator a better opportunity to answer calls more promptly. Mr. Hoff says that he will strive to give the people of Nogales the very best service he can, consider ing the limited number of' subscribers, until be can connect Nogales with Tuc son or the outside world. He is also now figuring on making tho city authorities a proposition to"put in a fire alarm system in connection with the telephone office, in which case cen tral office would be open nil night. The idoa would be to connect a liell tapper with the city fire bell bv means of a "repeater" at central office. Every telephone under this system would be come a fire alarm box. Any subscribers Cuull give the alarm by ringing up cen tral office. Central office by refering to a special card assertains in what fire ward the telephone giving the alarm is located and sets tho "repeater" at work which gives the alarm and strikes tbe number of strikes for the ward. The city would be asked to purchase the tapper and repeater and place from six to ten telephones in different parts cf the city, where the policemen or owners of adjacent property can readily find them. These systems are a great sue cess all over the countrv now and are used altogether in cities of less than l.iOO people. LA COLORADA ITEMS. Items from the Great Sonora Gold Camp. It is reported that Lon Forseo move to La Colorada soon . Two more well equipped outfits left for the Yaqui river Friday. Tho new machine shop at the Ama nitas mine is now completed. Harry McMahon has been on a visit to his friands in Bisbeo, Arizona. Joso Garcia of Las Amarillas, will soon open up a hotel at his house. H. S Foreman has been appointed boiler and tube inspector at the Creston mine. J. W. Goodman has made a grand success as master mechanic. Every thing. Micky and H. should observe Queens berry rules hereafter and they will save much "cati-plaster. The presidente of Prietas made a grand speech on the history aud poli tics of Mexico on the lGth. Professor Stuart, the photographer, is now working in the clothing depart ment of the company -store. Capt. Gonzalez acted very patrioticly on the 16th of September by donating his home for tho r;raud ball. M. Hamblin resigned a business posi tion in Minas Prietas and accepted the position of master mechanic of tho Tor res & Prietas railway. Work on the Creston mine was started again last Saturday under the orders of Tom Bently. The machinery is now in good working order. Mr. Jacques, tho former bookkeeper of the Amarillas, is reported to be engaged to a rich young lady. We all jo.n in wishing you joy. Wo all have noticed after a ball that the young postoffice ladies say "no hay" vory oflen, we suppose it is from des pondency and over taxation, etc. Doctor Rhodes, who is practicing here, does not only pull teeth and plaster ui;on ivory with the yellow metal, but also extracts from conglomerated masses the yellow boys. Mr. Jose Lrfontaine. the school teacher of La Colorada, has now about forty scholars, besides he gives many le.ssons on the outside. He teaches both Er.gli3h aud Spanish. No La Colorada items appeared in last week's Vidette on account of the scribo being called to test the new beer, which he discharged in good and skill full manner taxing his nerves to their utmost. ' RAILROAD NEWS. What is Going on Along the Line of Travel. Dr. Wright and Dr. Williams went to Matapo last week oa professional busi ness: . Three thousand piles were sent to Souoita canyon Tuesday to repair the ;jad. E. J. Gibson aid George Montague have been working like beavers since the washout to get the load repaired. . Chas. A. Fisk, relief agent for Wells, Co.; has gone .to Lordsbnrg, where he will hold down that office fir one month. "''.' The roadbed of the N. Til. & A. will bo changed" to meet the flood' requiie ments and all woodtn bridges will be substituted by iron at once. This will do awny. wilh.so many washouts. Twenty-seven notices of intent'on to build railroads were tiled with the ter ritorial secretary during the six months ending September 15th. These proper ties will be exempt from taxation for fifteen years, as provided by the last legislature. Arizona will certaiuly see Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAK1NO POWOFB CO.. NCW YORK. much railroad building the cominj year. - Followed by Heart Discaso, Cured by ; DR. MILES' HEART CURE. W7TE.C. C. SHULTS, of Winterset, Iowa, Jw inventor and manufacturer of A Shults' Eafety "Whifflctree Coupling, writes of Dr. Miles" IIeat Cure "Two years afro an attack of LcGrtppe loft me with a Treat heart. I had rnn down In flesh to acre skin and bone. I could not sleep lying down for smothering spells; frequent sharp darting pains and palpitation cai-.sed a con str.m fear of saddsn fleath, nothing cc14 induce mo to remain away from borne over night. Jly local physician prescribed Dr. llilcs' Heart Cure and in a few days I was able to sleep well and tbe pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tbe tbe doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling better in every way than I have for years." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re funded. Book on dis eases of tbo heart and nerves free. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. SONORA NEWS. Mining and Other Items from Our Sister State. H. A. Russell h:is taken the superin- tendency of the Manta Rosalia Gold Mining Co. 'a property near Ai-izpe. The police force of Nogales, Sonora, was presented with new uniforms cn the sixteenth cf September. The new uniform looks verv neat. Tho Reap factory of C. Echeverria & Co. at Hermosillo, is producing a first class quality of soap, whic'.i finds ready market all over Sonora. This is one of tbo many industries of the Sonora c&piiul. . Last Sunday at Hermosillo, an un known man who was intoxicated stabhdd Prudencio Parra several times ou the b:ick and skipped. Parra is daugerouslv ill and it is thought the wounds will jirove fatal. The assassin has not yet been captured. How Is This? We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrii that cannot be cured ' by Hall's' Catarrh Cnre. ...;: F. J. CHENEY it Co. , Proprietors, Toledo, Ohio. " - We the unrlersigiie:!" have 'kr.own F. J. Cheney for the- last fifteen year., and .believe. him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and filianciul ly able to carry, out any obligations made by their firm: . : " ' ' West & Truax, -Wholesale Druggists, loledo, Ohio. Walding, Kimiaii fe Marvin, Whole sale Druggists; Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upou the blood aud mucous surfaces of the teni. Price 75 cents per hottle. Sold by all druggists. ..Testimonials sold. Ira Sept. 11. DO YOU KNOW "A Good ThinJ" when you see it almost everyone dees. Tbe line ot suitings we are offering for from $12-s0 to $5.00 nre each and every one a "good thin3." Just a matter of choice for ' the different tastes. The assortment includes all kinds, light and dark suberb collection of samples frcm which to te.cct. Just received. A pjrfect 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, Mo rely Aue., Nogales, Arizona W. B. WELTON, THE ELECTRICIAN. ALL KINDS OF ELECTICAL WORK. WIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND FOR ANY FURPOSE. SPECIAL ELECTRtC FIXTURES FOR SALE. SIGNAL BELLS FOR MINES PUT IN. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH LINES AND ISOLATED PLANTS INSTALLED ' NOGALES. - - - - ARIZONA HOTEL ALMADA, M7TVTARCHEBOUT7 Prop? GUAYMAS, SONORA. THE MOST CENTRAL LOCATION, GOOD RESTAURANT, GOOD SERVICE. NOGALES THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN NOGALES GIVING ITS PATRONS FIRST-CLASS SERVICE AT LIVING RATES. The Only House in Xogales 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 r.ired. l'ewly FurrulisI zzi lighted TirciihcTit Witi Elestric Lights. Baths, Closets, Electric Bells. Etc. Drummers' Sample Room ou First Floor Transient rates 50c per day. cy. Monthly S8 and upward, cy. ' O 1 na Rflontezun Lie Only First-Class Hotel in Nogales.- Newly Refitted and Furnished Throughout. FIRST-GLASS DINING ROOM. U R.1TJS VERY REASONABLE. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Prop. Tii2 Wigwam 'Saloon, FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. SCHLITZ BEER ON DRAUGHT. ' JOHN PRKKR, PropiietOF- ANDY &DOULU1DL1 UU&RflfllEiEiU tire, nrnr pie aad booklet free. Id. STERLING I'.KMKnV THE MOST COMFORTABLE AND BEST VENTILATED. HOUSE .5. MRS. A. J. GOSART, Prop. notes. CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS rrip or triiw.baf racM ms? natural malta. Satn-i (.. rlirau. Montreal. Can., or New fork. su.