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Saturday May 6, 1905. Metal Quotation. Following are the market quota tations on metals for today. Copper(E.Cathoae)lbir. Lead, per 100 lb. 4..P,0-4.C0 Silver, per oz., nf.JJ ets. New York City, Exchange 1.02 Peso?. Bullion value A Mex. Dol. (local) 47 American Dollar 2.02.J Mexico City Exchange 2.02 J N0GALES NOTES. Interesting Items Gathered Around the Line Cities. L. T. Bristol, Dentist, Marsh Hldjj. Tuesday Tjie Oasis man went to La Colorada. This week P. Cazabon moved his restaurant into the Berger building. Ranger James Holme3 went to Tucson Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Ksp your valuable paper, dcu meat etc In a safety deposit box. Fr rent by Th First National Bank, Nogales. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Beck have moved into the Barr residence on Morley avenue. For Sale Cheap: One fine loose leaf ledger with 1000 sheets. Apply Nogales Water Company. tf There will be adance at Armory hall tonight, to be given by the Hiawatha club. Sheriff Charles L. Fowler this week appointed Frank Reagan deputy sheriff at Mowry, Try Barnes cakes, cookies, doughnuts and pies. They are the best yet. If you are a lover of first class clothes, have them made by Beck, at the Old International Bank. The Telephone company has moved its office into the Marsh building, on the second floor. Cleaning and pressing done on short notice. All work done by ex perienced men at the Old Bank. Mr. Ferd Van Merrick left Tues day for Dallas, Texas, where he will attend to business matters for a week. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. District Attorney and Mrs. F. S. Noon and little son left Wednes day night for a week's visit at Guaymas. Mr. George B. Marsh has com menced work on the new building . which he is erecting for W. G. Sco ville, into which he will move his meat market. ; Hole ; --At L 1 '!:. M'bt ( Mil- m ;Pril,M) :!. ,rn , Stturiin, A r . i ! j:n, i!o:, to ti, wif.? of Mr. Pawl - j Crawford, a on. j For good,i nub.stsmtial cf-rvie wear ! Hamilton. Brown a Co.'s "Patrol ! Shoe," sold at the Red ilu-e, Ra-i rnon Vasquez. I do not emplov any girl-! from the other side to do n.y work. For good work come to the Old Bank. Beck the Tailor. A first class carpenter wanted. Address manager LI aim Mining $c Milling company, Llano, Sonora, Mexico. " Monday Mr. Pedro Penelli, the j 'mining operator, was at N galcs, j returning the same evening to his j home at La Colorada. Outs' and bovs' clothincr and! underwear, stylish, cheap and dur able at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Mark Lulley will start a bicycle messenger service Monday. Mes sengers will be sent to any part of the city at any hour of the day. Charged,' 10c. Telephone No. 034. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Stork was entered by a sneak thief last night, while the family were at the fiesta. The house was ransacked and $40 stolen. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mott arrived in Nogales from Los Angeles Mon day and after visiting here a couple of days left for Guaymas Thursday night. Mr. Mott has mining in terests in Sonora. dpt. Willard Wright of the government mounted inspectors will be located at Tucson after the tenth of this month, his headquar ters having been ordered changed from Naco to that place. Sunday evening Mr.J.A. Naugle, manager 'for the Sonora railway. was at Nogales, returning from a business visit in Chicago and the Citv of Mexico. He went south by special Monday morning. Saturday afternoon Messrs. Geo. N. Bugbey and J. W. Keene, audi tor and purchasing agent for the Sonora railway, arrived at Nogales by gasoline special, having come over the road taking inventory. Private lessons in Spanish and English, by Miss Delfina Rochin. The Berlitz method, the latest, most practical and most complete method, will be used. Translating done. No. 45, Arizpe St., Nogales, Sonora. Miss Delfina Rochin of Nogales, Sonora, who formerly gave private lessons in Spanish and English, but dismissed her pupils on ac count of a prolonged visit to the City of Mexico, has decided to re sume the work. Tuesday morning Judge L. O. Cowan came up from Carbo, en ! auatterofiierltii 1 I, ' 1 1 t i ''0j j ff they wear limsmwss Absolutely Pure SUBSTITUTE 'ij.pl y CofKp.li , Hti A riot ,i n,r j.oMtion h I Id in Menhir annuil inMdii.f in H.e Montezuma Lot' J, and elected i t or the ( n.uir.g vi'iir (1 j fi .1 li.tn'ft V Mr.riti'wi Tiff jpident; (J. A. Yh rri, vice president; II. lvotizi, hfcrctary mnl treasurer; P. Penelli iind C. Ber.ard, directors. The .'en tie men mimed reside in Guaymas except Messrs. Penelli and Bernard, who respectively make their homes at La Colorada and Hermosillo. William O'Brien, the man who was so badly beaten up in a fight in the Monte Carlo bar room last Saturday, had recovered sufficient ly Wednesday to answer to two charges of assault in Justice Gil dea's court. He paid a fine of $10 for assulting Anthony Joyce and was fined $12 for assaulting Char les Hood, the man whose stren uous objections sent O'Brien on a journey of several days to the land of visions. The charge of distur bance against Hood was dismssed. Eight hundred head of cattle from George W. Atkinson's ranch near Calabasas were driven to Tuc son early in the week, for shipment to Los Angeles. The purchasers, Bundle and Cuddibach of Los An geles, accompanied the cattle on the 70-mile trip from the ranch to Tucson, "just for the trip," and witnessed one of the pleasures of a cowboy's life a stampede. About twenty-live miles from Tucson, Tuesday, the cattle stampeded and The Nogales town council met Monday night. The proceedings were crowded out of The Oasis this week. "The American Lady," the most elegant and stylish shoe made Sold only at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Sheriff Fowler would like to get his hands a Mexican who stole a mule from Bower Bros.' ranch two weeks ago. He has located the man and mule in Nogales, Sonora, and can have the mule, but the Mexi can authorities refuse to surrender hen rounded ud alter a hard ine vjinco tie wayo eeieoruuou, ----- - . . in the City of Mexico is being w' th,rt3' eil? ere ym' cartel on with unusual fervor this mg. The horses which the buyers year. Tomorrow will occur the j were driving joined in , th stam parade and the battle of the roses, Pe. hut after walking six a sight calculated to fill with won- toward 1 ucson the gentlemen met a team and rode to town. At the circus ground in Nogales. Sonora. the TrevifSo circus will be gin a series of performances Thurs day of next week, and there will be two performances daily for a period of six days. The Oasis editor has witnessed the performances of this excellent aggregation at Hermosillo, and can truthfull y say they are perfectly, marv ellous. The wire dances are per fectly wonderful and Mr. Treviflo offers a standing premium of $10, 000 to anyone who will equal them. Their performance alone is worth the price of admission. There has this week joined the moved into the Kingsley residence, f mPn' 11 famll3' 7rTn der visitors from other parts of the world. From the City of Mexico comes the information that Capt. L. V. Mix has completed the large sewer contract obtained by him in that city. Though the time specified in the contract was short, the captain went at it with his usual push and energy and "made good." Mrs. N. C. Banks, child and nurse, arrived in Nogales from Pittsburg Wednesday night and will make this city their future home. Mr. Banks, who has charge of a mine at Cerro Prieto, met the family at El Paso and accompanied them to Nogales. Thursday they I F T ' 11,1 J 'iv I - . .1 1V11 ' u 1 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use in time. Sold by druggists. world, and this is their first ap- J pearan.ee in America. There is a .'j.iJ ,,f r,,i,(n.m!iwTl!inia find miTin- jerous other attractions. Every act lis clear cut and perfect. Don't I fail to see the Trevinos. T w ) s. . t Subcrii)e for The Oasis. route to his home m Tucson, for a j f g short business visit, and Wednes day evening was again at Nogales, returning to Carbo, thence to hisjg ( mine, westward from that station. Capt. L. W. Mix, formerly ofj Nogales but now of the City ofj Mexico, was at Tolnca and El Oro j early this week. At El Oro the i captain met Mr. R. M. Raymond, general manager of the El Oro j mine, by appointment, on business j and returned to the city Wednes-j day. j Monday evening George B. Earn-1 shaw, general manager for the Led Mountain Mining Company, ac-' companied by Capt. C. E. 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