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L, B. FLEISCHER, Proprietor Saturday, December I, 190O Metal Quotations. Following are the market quota tions on metal for today: Copper, 121 2 H i!2Jctn. per lh. Load, per 100 lbs. 5.75 5.00. .Silver, per oz., 09 J cts. Nw York City, Exchange 1.01 Pesos. Bullion value 54 .Mex. Dol. (local) 54 American Dollar 1.81 Mexico City Exchange 2.01 4 JAPANESE IMPORTED J 4 i:;i:zzz goods: g S J'ancv Cups and Saucers. Tea. Sets. "AaU" Vases, till sizes and prices. Jted "IniMri" I'iates. Ihisketn of all descriptions. "Huiiiljoo'' ft Work table, fans, 2 Jirushe. etc. Dish e Toy Mexican Brauin Work. Fill- j v $ree and Carved Leather, Mex- K r lean Blanket. Sarapes,. etc. 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 o I3r We carry the only and J Largest Mexican Curios stock 4 k the State of Sonora .1..-. ..iltr ' VlirATliiUll r tile I 1 1 U iiiivi" I - . . . ... .1... importers direct ii wiii "ik principal Factories of Europe. We carry a full Hue of Parisian Gowns, Silks, Linens, Laces, Em broideries ami all kinds of fancy Trimmings, Jewelry, Trench Perfumery, Etc., Etc. Wiiocsalc and Mai -STORES- NOGALEH, ARIZONA. CANANEA, SON., MEX. GUAYMAS, SON., MEX. NOGALES, SON., MEX.,' WHOLESALE DEPT. Leading Clothiers of Uio Southwest UP to the present time there has heen no wholesale dry goods and clothing house on the American Mexican International line and retail merchants sent to Chicago, St. Louis, New York and other points for their stocks of goods. They can now he purchased on the Mexican side of the line and shipped to any point south on short notice. Our wholesale depart ment in Nogales, Sonora, is now well supplied. We also represent the best tailoring establishments in the country and suits made to order are guaranteed to fit. We are prepared to supply the trade of Sonora and Sinaloa more promptly than any other house in the two countries. Fair and Square Deal lor Everybody Out Mr. Leon Horvilleur, head inem Irt of our houses makes his headquart ers in Europe ami has the hest oppor tunities to huy the hest goods and at the lowest price than anybody else. We can sell Wholesale and r fj 4f if r4 it r ni i f tit nnrifif X it t 1AR30DA" t N0GALES NOTES. Wednesday Mr. and Mr. Earl Lriswold went to El Paso, the gen tleman on oflical business. Monday evening Mrs. E. E. Bethell returned from a visit of a couple of months at Denver, Colo rado. For good, substantial service wear Hamilton. Brown & Co.'s "Patrol rhoe," sold at the Red House, Ra oion Vasquez. Monday evening Captain C. E. Perkins returned from a visit of a couple of weeks over in the Oro Blanco region. "The American Gentleman" the finest and handsomest shoe for gentlemen's wear, at the Red House, Ramon VasQiiez. Sunday evening Mr. R. B. Mel dran, of the engineering depart ment of the Duquesne Mining & Reduction Co., was a visitor at No ddles. Wanted Good man in each county to represent and advertise cooperative department', put out samples, etc. Old established bus iness house. Cash Salary $21.00; weekly expense money advanced; permanent position. Our Refer ence, Bankers National Bank of Chicago, Capital $2,000,000. Ad dress Manager, THE COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chicago, 111. DeskNo. 1. ll-lt. Yesterday Mr. C. II. Buffet of Al tar, was a visitor in Nogales. The display of holiday good3 in the International Drug Store is very elegant and artistic, as well as in great variety. Last Saturday Mr. W. Z. Stuart, president of the Black Mountain Mining Company, was at Nogales, en route to Cerro Prieto. The Thanksgiving ball given by the ladies of the Catholic church Wednesday evening was very suc cesful from every point of view. Matinee Skating Rink this af ternoon. Children half price. No children under 14 years allowed on the floor Saturday or Sunday nights. This week Mr. Sam Eledge, one of the old timers on the frontier, has been a visitor at Nogales. Of late he has been in the Santa Rita J mountains. Mr. H. M. Jones, formerly lo cated at Minas Prietas, but now having interests in the Sahuaripa district of Sonora, was a visitor at Nogales Wednesday. Mr. L. Lindsay of Los Angeles, formerly president of the First National Bank, was a visitor at Nogales Saturday last. The gen tleman went to Cananea. Until December 15, we will sell at especially low prices all Mex- Aw ican drawn work, filigree work, Gua dalajara ware, fancy postal cards and all kinds of curios and toys. We will sell at prices that will not permit of competition. Local Postal cards 25c a doz. "La In dustria Mexicana," Rochin & Mendez. The Customs District of Arizona made a banner record last month in regard to Imports and Exports and Collector McCords takes much pride in the following statement of facts. Pxports of merchandise were $494,407, and Foreign Gold Coin $250,000. Imports of mer chandise were $885,940, and of Gold and Silver Bullion $452,141, making a total of Exports for month at $744,407, and of Imports at $1,338,081, or a grand total - for Imports and Exports at $2,082,-488. Monday morning Doctor A. A. Doherty started for Ormond, Flo rida, with the remains of the late E. W. Amsden. Services will be held at the Meth odist church on Sunday morn ing and night. Sermon at 11:00 a. m. by Rev. R. C. Elliot, and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. L. A. Hum phreys. Mr. Tomas Pereida, the well known printer of Nogales, had a visit from the stork last Wednes da' night, when he welcomed to the family crib another bov the third. Good boy, Tom. The union Thanksgiving service of all the churches at the Con gregational church,was well attend ed, and the service was very im pressive. The sermon was deliv ered by Reverend Mr. Long. At the Ramirez theatre there is on the boards an excellent enter tainment, Bush and Martinka, il lusionists and ventriloquists. The first performance was given Thurs dayevening, and was enjoyed great ly by the entire audience. An other performance will be given this evening, and it is deserving a large house. The efforts of the man agement to please the public of the line city deserve hearty com mendation and liberal patronage. Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs. J. C. Glissan was in from . the Alto Camp, visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. I. Burgoon. Wednesday evening Mr. A. M. Conard arrived from Kansas Cit)r. Mrs. Conard came up from Guay mas to meet him. Thursday Nogales. was visited by Mr. A. W. Gifford of El Paso, .who is interested in the Wandering Jew properties in the Santa Rita moun tains. Among the passengers who ar rived from the East Thursday eve ning and are held up by the strike of the locomotive engineers on the Sonora railway, is Mr. Theodore Douglas, president and general manager of the Douglas Copper Company, conducting an extensive enterprise near Baroyeca, in the Alamos district of Sonora. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Marcor of Alamos, were in Noga les returning home from San Fran cisco., where their daughters are in school Mr. and Mrs. Marcor maintain a home in Alamos, and another in the California metro polis. In the latter Mrs. Marcor remains most of the time, and, Mr. Marcor divides his: time between the San Francisco home and Ala mos, where he has extensive busi ness interests. V i o t o r TALKING MftCHINeS We carry in stock over 1,000 Records and All Sizes and Prices of Machines. Our prices are just the same as in Chicago or New York. Catalogue and Price Lists Furnished on Application. Machines Sold on Easy Payments. New Records Received Daily. SONORfl NEWS GO., Nooales, Arizona.