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n r i i f ' r t t r. i .' Ill f I'd f I lb- Metal Quotation. Following are tli'' market ipiota tions mi KH'l.i Is fur ttxliiv : Copper (K. Cathode) p(T II". Lead, per 100 lbs. :.7o-b.00 Silver, per oz., r7 A cts. New York City, Lxehange 1.01 Pesos. Bullion value f' Mex. Dol. (local) .'0-.V2 American Dollar.- 1.9') Mexico Citv Exchange 2.01 NOGALES NOTES. i tit M'.! ! H ." : w r;i i w.i .' ! ' I ' . i' c.ir- 1 1' e Agent W a Mil foree were eompi the . ! i :;'!(' I.v tli" i I !' ',1 f V' I '. n -p;e Hie' i ! r ! v ' f i ( 111 ! b V. I r1 in ite iie.l t- re V, lii- ii ii.'.. ' ; t. roved the depot and the expiess 1 ! company's bni!din ; Wednesday night the Nogale , ! Concert hand gave a conceit in the; the City park from eight to ten i I o'clock. Having a hand stand, thi i boys no longer have to stand upj j during the entire concert, and for! J that reason the concerts are of j 1 j longer duration than formerly. j A fire at the Cambreros resi-j ulence called out the fire depart-; j merit yesterday, but a bucket! Tomorrow Mr, II. Vincent. Wal-j brigade, assisted by the garden! lice will start for New York. j hose, quelled the flames before the; . 4 ii-i ! arrival of the hose cart. The tire I While in Guaymas eat and drink j jn h(i ;U)( the r()of ()f , at ihe Gambriuus, L. J. Ashley. jthat wing. () lhe j0U,e wag Jirac.. Yesterday Mr. W. I). Frederick, tically destroyed, superintendent of the RichliekH Herman Garcia, the groom in; .Mining Company, was at Nogales. j charge 0f tlQ Krses with Atayde, Monday Mr. H. 11. Coleman, the Brothers' circus, d.yd in Nogales j railway contractor, wasat Nogales, Hiur.day mghC He had ; iieai in !.' i ' I v- i l ! ii i i : l-iifrill ill- !!. I'M n. t, . , . ! ; ! hi ' "'i'T t - n l.U.d ilfi'T tie nv t . There a ti !- ! 1 1 ! ! will he 'i! th.- n t : Mr. 1 in biti. who I h"tli I i I :l I ! M! - a i.ooih' r "j hi d fi'! i r,v i r th nation he is after and tl endeavor to keep him busy the conventions. ii i i "i it i -"..in, :t S , I t j'' t i i u " i ;!- ..! . t. '.it'-- o- of hi- iM.mi- ev Will before it I t! r i i,! , r t oi "'. O ... i i ( fi-! I. f.O.t li ber, l i'ir r : .Mi' 1 1 lrv e'hl f rohl the ( MM'.nr.l , Ti,''m! , -I I I I ' III ! o ; ; : t iii' i r ,i lid !. hnr- I ' !'l l'f e, In) f - lie w.l h for" tie '.ul'l iM-'i-f V"- ; hU'httld (Mid I he f !!,i r I i ;! 'Mi"'' ill N ! ! e. efliOull, ! 1 you ii g hov, ma Mli-d at liad the J;imes Sw.iii. ;i ; one hand b-idlv i I 1 r . loacK .Miiiniiaiii mine, m oiu)ra. .... i if . i . :.-auiruay. ne got ins hand he White Amerieiu 'eed corn for ; tween a p-n'r of rollers in tia mill, sale. Irxjuire of J, K. Wi.-e, Cahi-1 He was brought to Nogales for basas. ! treatment and Monday two fin sera land the thumb were amputated. John W. Bogau of Tucson, ad ministrator of the estate of Ellen Finley, deceased, has arranged to bond to James K. Cochran of '. gowns at La Moda. Bradford, Pa., '.he Hermosa, Bluff and Salvador mines, and the Her mosa mill at Harshavv, and the transfer will be made as soon as the proper order can he secured from the probate court of Pima county, wherein the estate is in course of administration. A notice to that effect appears elsewhere in Call and see the tine line of ladies' shirt waist patterns and Mr. J. W. Provard of Los Ange les returned to Nogales Saturday night and on Sunday went to the San Francisco mine in Sonora, in which he is interested. Mr. Pro vard was seriously injured in a wreck on the Sonora railroad near Santa Ana two months a so and 1 months and 1 liurdav for several night irn-i Thursday evening George Wie-1 bibed somewhat too freely in beer: land and Mr. James K. Cochran j and mescal, with fatal results. He came in from the Basin, near liar- i was about fifty years old and came shaw. here with the circus last week. Pupils taught piano, organ and vocal mu3ic. Pianos for sale. Mrs. TtiK Oasis this week. . Said noiice ' ' - , i 5 ? sets forth the price at $20,000. Mr. .!n the hospital here went to Jus f,nt,,,, ,t. mr,iat. ,w,Pt.in, i i 1 f u ' tn(! :lt Los Augeies to recuperate. He is now fully recovered. Tuesday Mr. Harry McGarrahan properties thoroughly, ami put new life into Harsh aw. will r,n,t i : , t came up from Huepec and return- Gents and bows clothing and: , ,,f , , .1 i j ed Wednesday night. On the re- Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. George D. Gross returned home to the Four Metals Mining Company's camp, near Mowry. "The American Gentleman'1 the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Mrs. Maria P. de Elias and Miss Concha Jofiroy returned Monday from Los Angeles, where they had been for three months. Lulley. Mr. Willitt, office deputy of United States Marshal Daniels, came down from Tucson Tuesday night and Thursday morning left for Tombstone, taking with him a Mexican named Buruel, who wa3 arrested here by the immigration officials about among ago, charged with smuggling Chinamen across the line from Mexico. Mr.C.W. Eberle, secretary of! n Oais is m receipt of a Ict the Promonlorio Consolidated Min-l,ron Mr. bain Kraft, who was ing Co., who went to Los Angeles !,n ismess m Hermosiilo many last week, returned yesterday even-i Tttrfi ? &! AVdlf . . i Mr. Kraft has now located in the city of Aguas Calientes. m the Wednesday Mrs. Long enter-1 -atc of the patne name, of which tained the pupil.- of her private it is the cupital, and will there en school, and a number of invited ; gage in manufacturing. During a guests, at a picnic party on the) quarter of a century Mr. Kraft has Santa Cruz river, at a point about ; .maiutainr d in this part of the seven miles from town. world a high reputation ;ts a busi- , . , . i ness man; and lie is commended to lorgood,substantialservice wear; the e of his new home. Hamilton, JJrown tv Co.'s l atroi; able at the Red Vasquez. Hous Ramon turn trip he was accompanied by Mr. James Bent, formerly super intendent of La Chumata mine. The Blanca Coromi Spanish Ope-1 who went down to look over the ra Company sang to full houses at property, and ascertain some of the needs of the mine preparatory to resuming operations. The men owning the mine contemplate put ting in a mill there in the near future. the Ramirez theater the past three nights and will appear again to night and tomorrow night. The company give a creditable enter tainment and some of the singing is good. Mr. Jose Galena is an Mr. It. G. Kelsey, general man- tvnrilijn f cm rrta r rA a tx o f y t i greeted each night. Blanca Coro-! o ihe( fvose Min,n8 1:1 .w.t T. i,... i and one of the owners of the Kin- llll U1U UOt ilUUKUI fO Ijt'Mlll y con mine in Sonora, was in town Monday. The Ilincon is a gold quartz property, out from Llano. The shaft is now down 240 feet land they have encountered a vein night or Thursday night, but made her bow and captivated a large audience last night. Besides the two named there are several other r f.i , i five feet wide, that runs high m things have informed The ( 1 et.-. ! fiOlU. auuuu live iiinr: ii"itii mi that some of the girls c-ni pose in j l,f AV ' i- ' 'most ntMl no no.n.HT MAf,ra - " I'1 l't - ! Blanca Com mi will sing again to I night and tomorrow night. Shoe," sold at the Red House, Ha muli Vasquez. This morning Mrs. A. A. Doherty started for Tempo to attend the commencement exercises of the Normal school, next week. Her 'The American Lady," the most elegant and stylish shoe made. Sold only at the Red House, Ramon Vasquez. Miss Tberese Toitrniel accom panied by her maid, arrived in Ao- j ignited her they have a shaft, down sixty-five feet . The shewing is so promising !at that depth that development I Mrs. Francisca Morales de j work is being done preparatory to Flo res was fatally burned Sunday 1 producing ore. The company con I night and died from her injuries template putting in an amalgamat- Monday afternoon. It is not j ing and concentrating. plant and i known how the accident occurred, j should the lead-silver property 'as the lady '.vas alone at the time, (show up as well as it now promise j but it is believed that after iirnit- to the two mines will later be eon ! inr an aleohol stove to warm milk nee'ed ly an electric railroad, for one of the children, she over- j Work is now being done on a team turned the bottle containing the ; road between the Ilincon and Lla j liquid on the stove and the flame I no, which will shor'.en the route cto thin; The aeci- daughters, Alices Olive and Ethel, j gales luesdav night trom Pans, -dent occurred about eleven o'clock are members of the graduating! France, and has taken apartments! ; eiass. ; in tne Aiouern noiei. miss lour- , ! niel is a daughter of a Paul Totir- lhe lyoplc of Salero want a j n a former wejl knoW)1 rt.sitlent justice ot the peace at that place, j o No,r!lW) aiul ,vho,c (Seath, in Now when anything occurs in thai I p.' W.1S njtntioncci in The Oasis section re(uiring the services ofa;aew nionths ajro. Mr. Tournieh justice of the peace, messengers j .u th(l tjme o hU (eii owlu.d must be sent to other parts seeking I considerable proiiertv in Sonora .... . II,. I. .1, ...111, . I - V an uuni.il in iKtnuie ine ease. Dr. Ralph Shumway this morn ing entered the employ of the in ternational Drug Store, succeeding Mr. Raymond Chenev, who left between the two places from twenty-two miles to ii f teen miles. UBSSaSKEKiSSffl 9. 7 V o tins morning for Cananea. Shumwav filled prescription i towns and also here in Nogales! and it is to settle the estate of hen 1 father in this country that Miss' iTourniel is now in Nogales. ! Tuesil.iy Mr. H. J. (ioodin, better Dr. 'known as 'vDoc'' Goodin, was in; in ! from his ranch in the Huachucas, Internationa! several vears ! talking polities with his friends land sizing up the situation with ithat lively interest that denotes Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Gam- j political ambition. Mr. (ioodin is hie went the World's Fair 'mine to j really interested in the coming collect the taxes claimed by the ! game and makes no effort to hide assessor, or receive a good and j the fact. On the contrary, he sufficient bond for the same. Fail-1 wants people to know about it. ing in cither event he was to put He is in the field for the Demo- TftLKING MftCHINeS the ago We carry in stock over I,OOC) Records anil All Sizes and Prices of Machines. Our prices are just the same as in Chicago or New York. CaU'ogue ami Price Lists Furnished on Application. Machines Sold on Kasy Payments. New Records Received Daily. SONORfl NEWS GO., Noodles, Arizona.