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Saturday, Nov. 12, igo.j. Metal Quotations. Following are the market quota tations on metals for today. Copper (E. Cathode) lb 13.8714 Lead, per 100 lbs. 4.30 Silver, per oz., 58 cts. Pesos. Bullion value 45.77 Mex. Dol. (local) 4GJ American Dollar? 2.13 Mexico City Exchange 2.18 J NOGALES NOTES. Interesting tern Gathered Around the Line Cities. L, T. Bristol. Dentist,. Marsh Rld. Dr. J. C. Underwood was in town Wednesday from Sonora. Mrs. George B. Earnshaw is vis iting Magdalena. Wednesday Henry Ohm, the Ca labasss rancher, was in Nogales. L. J. F. Iaeger, the hotel man, was'in town Monday from Tucson. This morning Jack Teeter started for Phoenix on a business visit. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. L. Lindsay arrived from Califor nia. , Try Barnes' cakes, cookies, doughnuts and pies. They are the best yet. Charles Wadleigh was at the line cities yesterday from Minas Prietas. Mrs. John Faulds has returned to Nogales after. a several months absence in the East. Dr. Homer Parr was at Nogales Tuesday, having come up from Magdalena to vote. Monday morning Allen T. Bird, editor of The Oasis, returned from a short visit at Hermosillo. Line Riders Arcus Reddoch and Harry Saxon were here from Naco several days this week. Dr. S. G. E. Rutherford has re turned from Los Angeles very much improved in health. Arthur Noon was in town Wed nesday, having brought in the Oro Blanco election returns. An unconfirmed report is current on the streets today that the town of Benson is burning. Mr. Frank Cox, for a long time superintendent of the Cerro Prieto mine, near Magdalena, Sonora, has returned from a visit in the East. copper riveted overalls levi srmssw LJ Mr. P.. U'alb r (,.m m turn- d 1 to f ';i l.i h.i from .1 wik- -if with rcl ilive-; jit own. V, W. )'!, ily, Mipe, intend tit of ; El TitTc mine, south of Doughis, is here to-day on buHne.-s. ! George L. Bugbee, auditor of the ! Sonora Railway, has returised to! jGuaymas from. a visit at Tucson, i r Last evening some of the mem- j hers of the First Cavalry held an! informal dancing party in Armory Hall. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for j gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. j Mr. Leo Cloud, of the Transvaal j mines in Moctezuma district of! Sonora, has been at Nogales this week. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Everest Baylis took the south ward train, en route home to La Colorada. Messrs George W. Crowe and John F. Tener, prominent Sonora mining operators, spent several' days in town this week. ' Gents' and boys' clothing andj underwear, stylish, cheap and dur-i able at the Red House, Ramon 1 Vasquez. Paymaster George Lesser of the Sonora Railway was in town yes terday paying off local employes of that road. Tuesday morning Mr. John W. Grant started for New York, going with Frank Smith who came up from Hermosillo. Good single rooms, furnished, for rent cheap. Eligible and cen tral location. Apply at The Oasis otiice, tf. Mr. Guillermo Marearenas. of j Wells-Fargo Express Company, has returned from a visit to the St. Louis Exposition. Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Overton returned home from an extended visit at St. Louis, New York and other eastern cities. 1 Forgood, substantial service wear Hamilton, Brown fc Co.'s "Patrol Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ra mon .Vasquez. Mr. Janies,an expert piano tuner, is in Nogales from the north and will remain several days. Those wishing their pianos tuned mav leave oideis at this oflice. Once tried; always used. Barnes' rye, cream, French, whole wheat, j graham and home made breads. The wagon will call at vour house. ! Mr. Ellis Edwards, the genial proprietor of the Edwards Hotel at i Magdalena, died, very suddenly ! early in the week, and was buried j on Thursday at that place. j Major H. C. Reno, a Chicago mining engineer, is in Magdalena! on mining business. The gentle- i man spent several weeks in Sonora during the early part of the j year. j Ben Daniels, superintendent off the territorial prison at Yuma, ! spent several days here early in the week. Accompanied by Mrs. Daniels he returned to " Yuma I Thursday. Deputy U. S. Marshall for Arizona, F. W. Hill, was in town Thurs day from Tucson, returning north yesterday morning with the thirty three Chinamen recently captured here and ordered deported. A f.7AT7ulOFfiU7ff wl'djjV Hi 1 x Absolutely Pur MB 110 SUBSTITUTE Last night Allen T. Bird and younger son Duane left for a few days visit at Sonora points. In another column in this week's issue appears the October state ment of the Banyo de Sonora, a financial institution of which this section of the country may well he proud. Capt. Stephen O'Connor, U. S. A., retired, of Duquesne, was in Nogales several days this week. Thursday morning the gentleman started for Puget Saund, where he will visit a brother. Mrs. J. D. Matthews and her lit tle son Master Chester, went to Hermosillo Friday evening of last week, thence to Guaymas Sunday, returning home from the latter place Tuesday morning. Judge J. F. Black was in town Wednesday from Tubac, The Judge did noble work for the Re publican ticket during the camp aign just closed and was reelected Justice of the Peace in his Precinct. Judge V. H. Barnes the promin ent Tucson lawyer, and one of the known men in Arizona, died in that citv very suddenly, Thursday evening, death being occasioned from heart disease. Funeral ar rangements have not been an nounced as yet Mr. A. L. Peck has laid in .an elegant assortment of winter cloth ing at the expense of his misguided democratic friends who bet upon the election of Tom Turner and lost. He has won a hat and over coat, a suit of clothes, six shirts, three suits of underclothes, a half dozen pairs of socks and two pairs of shoes. When the bets are settled and the goods delivered, he says he will don everything and parade Morley avenue an entire day. But won't he be a dude? Carriage Paid to v "x rr fvn rc rys dr onora News Co. Nogales, ''1 1.'? Ato'-rj' elegant and y(vi; '),',- !n;vi lion-,., only ;t the Rafiion Vn-"u'Z, Th" Sonora New - ( 5 1 1 1 J . 1 1 , v h,'M seeiircfl tin." soje agency jr the Jox typewriter in Arizona and Sonoru. There i.s now on exhibition at their store the latest model of this splen did writing machine and thev will be pleased to have vou call ami j look it over. j Mr. McGovern, the newly op. j pointed superintendent of the Tue j son division of the Southern Pacific, I was at Nogales yesterday morning j for a short time on oilieial busi- ness. The gentleman succeeds Mr. ! T. R. Jones, who has been trans fer red to a similar position in Cal ifornia. j Mr. J. D. Matthews, superintend j ent of maintenance of way for the j Sonora railway, has received from mc fit-uciai uujue vi me oouinerii Pacific, the ground plans and elevation for the new stone depot that will be built to replace the structure at Nogales destroyed by the fire in June last. Schuster Strikes Another Bonanza. Mr. J- R. Bent and Charles Tay lor, the assayer, returned last week from a ten days's trip into Sonora. They report having met Colonel Schuster the eminent mining en gineer and promoter. The manv friends of the Colonel will be pleased to learn that he is doing Iwell 'ind prospering i He turned up at the camp one I night some after midnight with two J burros, a dog, a copper mine and a I tea plantation. At least that is the way it was understood by Bent and Taylor at the time. In the morning, however, two burros and the dog were all the Colonel: had' with him. The mine is struck edgewise in the ground somewhere about the head, of the San Domingo river, while the tea plantation is situated over the adjoining landscape. The mine is bigger and better than the Cananea properties, and the plan tation, being the only one on the continent, must have a fabulous value. Colonel Schuster will come to Nogales shortly to incorpor ate, at which time his friends will be given a chance to get : in on the "grount floor." COFFEE Why ad vertise coffee ? To put Schilling's Best in your pot. Write ,ror our Know!cJj Book, A Schilling St Company, Sin 1 ranu.iu). U U. S. Gil. Any Address. it Arizona.