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BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 19, r8g9.
Te?hjorial Mining News.
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We arc slaughtering prices ou our entire line of sum-
': Lv 3iner goods. Such wonderful bargains were never offered in
Bisbee before. Every summer article must positively be
"V j-sold, former low prices and cost not considered.
Sliirt VaiBt9 Still a nico lino to select from. Prices cut in two.
Tonrnn CrHcjlifl nml OttTandiOB. i 1 off.
:Faacy.Pnraa jla, the very latestlmodes, at tho following low pncoa :
v ' ' l . $J00 Fancy Striped Taffeta Parasols go at $2.95.t,
-i- " $2 '5 Pan "Mi. Pistil P.,t sol o it 1.5.
W 0Fdti( Kop Silk Parasols
Lull trend' I "a-oN t; a ' .
Otlier good- t n n o - t , 'i
0 ,i vi the rauie low 'a"i'-.
"We have secured th sol
RoyAL Worcester Corsets,
T t ,"Wr The leading brand of America
4 '"Such elegant fit, such perfect form was never known to be
;, ' -Jiad from-any other brand. Inces no higher than a cheap,
Lots for Sale at Naco, Ariz.
Title Guaranteed Prices Reasonable.
$ Apply in Person or by Letter to
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it Turnouts In the Cliy,
irwn iiiiihihiih wwwwBiSBWirri ni n
Horses boarded by the week, day m nuath
bought and sold. Complete hrck t-wce
meet all trains Good sc-viu.
Upper liiili2. Si.
Fresh Trom the Wires from
I Th&'&tfr asit to Bisbeo of James
r iulft, Ariorican rejircsentntio of
' J'heip IJodfcO it Co., has resulted in
o4r ition to nicre.160 tho pmel-
ter an- ! tho Copper Qtu'.'n from
i tv "! U M5 in pet d.iy.
Pakis, July 10. Tho Doyfus cmi t-1 Tt-vxr Bell group, in the San
martial will begin its sittingo on AiifHP ) Cwrli.. . , north of Stanley Butte,
10th. t 18 un lf2oUon by CJlobo parties.
Wabhingtob, July 10. Tho nu jher j TliaJtl- tan and Clausen Lono Pii.e
of enliBtmeuts for tho new rcCin.nUi"l-PO & " tho couth elope of
, . . ,r -fft'"in,t Turnbull, in Graham county,
yeatordny was 501 mak.rn: a tote of to Q
YicTOWA, B- 0., . nly 10. Tho atcm
or Garonno pnesM about noon and c
tinue t to t ii "i.
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Mr. ISoisr .ia'd olhuis for $22,500. There,
aro foqj . anea in tho group,
f t - ""' of gold -ben rinc; gravel
K)ll Uirlund ' 'n L- sor'-ed ti.i 'v an 1 pn.fi t b'j ,
iNkw "We, July 1' A (li'notch to j veM, ,t of fi m n ne ! - ' . .jJhi-
uoi i Miesu. nnjna, says t uour.
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Bisbee Transfer Company,
''r 'Freight, baggage and Express Delivered to any vart
of the City.
Prompt Service axadi uick Bclivery.
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. Assayer and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed h comnjiaaion. Minos examined
and reported on- Contopondenco solicited. All woik
promptly attended to.
&KN. P. WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, .Tucson, Arizona-
rormonv oi ono i: Woo-J, JJonver, Colo.
James F. Trotter,
United States Deputv Mineral SurvavQrand Civil En mincer
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Admn.i! Iurv In, 1- 0 it, I 1 1 Inihjuut
ottered lam on his arrival here,, by U.
S. Minister Harris.
Washsngton, July 10. Adjutant Gen.
Corbin eaya the number of voluutsars
already obtained satisfies him that tho
volunteer ie;iments will bo completely
organized by the loth piosimo.
Washington, JulylO .Official os
trieism of Sesretary Alger is becoming
so pronounced that his early resigna
tion from tho Cabinet seen inevitable.
Ambassador Choa to is ono of the men
mentioned as his possible successor.
Philadelphia, J tilyTO. What io piob
ably tho first cargo of silver and silver
ore brought from tho west coast of
South America to an Atlantic coast
port of the-IInitod StatC3 reached here
on the British ship Kentiuon. Stowed
away in the hold aio 10,329 sacks of
hi'jli grade ore and GOO bais of pig silver
valued at ovut $-150,000, besides an as
sorted cargo wortii .tlOO.OOO more".
Kkw Yoku-, July 19. Every news
paper in the oil expert the ni"jiaKen
a itftluia of tiit? Manila ruim ' robin
this lijortm" 'lie nii 'Ruore the
uro'aet entnth, despite the fact that
it- ifto cnucciioudfntB in lho Piahp
pii'es iined tho sti.tiuent.
.ir M,f Ku.i can jp1o foofs or
141 iiiiu-ir," ILo iJm nj sv8, "that
Uit adi Hi'tiaiirii hol ' rMt thjui.
as the lien.bto , n is3ej ,ii tw.- ja
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war in the Philippine and aendint;
forth garbled Btatcments for publica
tion? "Tho vital needfof the hour is a
new war minister."
Springer, N. M., July 19 Tho latest
and most authentic account of tho fijjht
hot ween the officcrn and train robbers at
Cimmaron ehons that only one man,
Shoriff Farr, v.-as kilUd. The body was
taken to Wabenburg today. Deputy
Marshal Love was ethically wounded, a
stetrl bullet sti iking mlaro pocket lenifo
in his poakot and driving it tlaoiiah hia
leg near the hip, inflicting' 'a ghastly
wound. John Smith, who voluntcoicd
his services to Marshal Foraker, was
ahot through tho fleshy part of the leg.
Tho wounded men-wore brought to Cim
maron 1 csterday. The posso visited the
camp oj tho outlaws, which appears to
have hfen thoii hcadquartors for tho
past Uo months, and found one of the
outlaws' horses killed and another so
hadhrJn hired Jihat i' hud m-ho Vi!1"''
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of ore from the Laurel mine in Graham
county, belonging to Andorson & Blom,
netted the lessees $28S. Another ship
ment of about five tons from the same
mine will net fully $100 per ton. A
shipment of about 6evontcen tons from
the Sam Houston, also owned by An
daison & Blom, netted a little over $425.
A prospector ivho has rcturnd from
tho Clark mining district says that rich
oro has been found in the Little Maudie
shaft on the Yuba Dam goU properties.
Tho assay returns showed four ounces
in gold and $70 a ton in silver, iho
Little Maudie yein is about three feet
in width and is exposed by a -10-foot
shaft. The vein does not vary an inch
in that depth until it reaches the bot
tom of the shaft, when there is a widen
ing which indicates thattheio is a great
chute of ore below. T. I). Mori is of
Solomonville 13 tho owner of tho Little
Maudie claim, and he also owns, a greet i
many good claims in the Clark district.
IS IT RIGHT
For an Editor to Recommend Patent
from i?-'j?n V".:l Isw", Huvrad,
X C It niiy w a qucti n whetlur
theiii'ter 01 h m wr, ape r h is tl e Jitht
to put -ly inouiUi vl ,.iiv of t'ie ..a-
fir f - - "i f
The New 5hoe fo
The Sni- rt vi f ju- t the day.
The HU cf tle Cntt.ry
The f'vinr-i of -tyle.
The Perfect on . . C i..ion Sen.
The Best Shoc.cv.-r sold at any prlct ".
Different from-all others. '
g $3.00 A PAIR. -g
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"Sorosis" improves your avpearancc, your
temper and your health.
Tlihs trntlt-innrk Is brnmled lnt
tjic sole of eerv flioo.
Another Hew-SSce for f onien-
Of bright 'dongola kid, coin toe,
laced or buttoned and spring heel.
It's the flat heel that makes the
makes the difference between it
and the ordinary shoe.
$2.75 is the Price,
Anfl- a t)rriiy, well W earinff Shoe it is.
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.- Buiwii-iLJennng 'JTinie llcra Jow H)nse
ous iro,i caiy nifditmea wi.toa iiooi i-'eaning time to t'le thrifty housewife come-, no mor reen
ti -l "kit, vetas apieventneoi Miffei-l . . &
lariyor is uomose imperative than stock-cleanup to a. pro
ing fe. it a -luty to saj a . w . 1
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Di.in uica Ren.tdv 'Ae hae known
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We do not believe m uepundmg iuj..
ity on any medicine for a cure, but we
do believe that if a bottle of Chamber
lain's Diarrhoea Remedy wero kept on
hand and administered at the inception
of an attack much suffering might be
avoided and in many cases tho pioeence
of a physician would not bo inquired.
At least this has been our expoiience
during the past twenty years. For
sale by all druggists.
Goods ceas. ' - c reasonable here months before ylm
uctu ortheni has. . xpiied. Hence here nre gcdi, youVe
' anting now n:iJ v ill w.int for buuie tinie.yet, .it greatly
The S. P. company will place on sale
at Benson on July 1st and 2nd, round
trip tiekots to Detroit, Mich., for one
fare plus $2 for lound trip. Tho occa
sion being tho annual convention of
tho Christian Endeavor. Tickets are
good returning August' 15th.
The same company will put on sale
July 16th. and 17th., round tiip tickets
to Indianapolis for ono fare plus $2 for
the tound trip. Tho occasion being the
Biennial convention of tho International
Epwoith League. Tickets good return
ing August 20th.
'The now prices on shirt waists are
worth telling of again :
50c for ptcalo waist, made carefully
and well. "Pour bits" never before
bought hitch shirt waist goodness.
$1.00 and $1.25 for waists you didn't
hesitate to pay $1.25 to $1.75 for only a
week or so ago.
The highest -grades waists wo carried
this season, mad- with fiontsof cluster
ed tucks running straight or diagonally,
of fine lawns, damtios and madias,
tl.73 and !f2.00-$J.2o to $3 00 heretofoie
f .iiiiS' STliAW HATS Tho 2.00
$2.25 and $2 50 kind ai a
at?1.50. A cood time to
j hat that has become a little Mingt
Naturally tho better on m wjll go firs
S Tho $2.(lj
ill marked nowjSS
to replace thrfi
MENS' CRASH SUllNol0-n 3.oi
to $100 tmd this is 0.1 y July, wit
August and Septon 01, both .JiJ
months, stfll to come.
CHILDREN3' DlllISriES-oiily six y
somoodd left. A few of the smaller
aizca at 50c, and a limited number of
the exquisitely trimmed uinghain
dresses at 3.50 are btill hue.
I The balance consists of dresses for 8
BOYS' WASH SUJ'iV- tr-S-J oy.fiS
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?-.(o anu .o.ou weieuio piemue puc
Two dollars wouldn't 'lu note ,v to
for any sort of a suit. 0 ir aniti-Hre ii
"any sort" they aio tha l.cit.
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his bee, Arizona.
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet ."Metal Worker.
ficconcl litr.Jid Goods ESoujnt at Ooltl.
KENNEY 'BROS, ProprSclors.
FicsliBcef M u.l ton,, Pork, leal, Saus
sages, etc. Choice, Cuds of Meals
Only. Fresh Bread Daily. x
-Goods Delivered JFrcc to All Ffr.s of the Town. :
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riots. "l)e Witt's" is sie and sube
Copper Queen Mining Co.
HEE MM STDBE.
Mrs. Ai. J. Blair, Prof).
A coiiipUiti) line of ll 1'Uv mtviw
of fjpiing mid Summer Ouu Jnut
attern Ifats of the L&Mfefe
ll.ita trlmruod tooini a64i'!'
jCall ant! inspect my good befoic
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Jojph fcchwaitz, Now is tho time bo
or the rainey feticon. A. 11 If.
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'. Al. JOHNSON & CO.. Props.
b'econd-luuid goods of all kinds bought
Sewing maohlnea (leaned and u-paiicd
If Yon Want to Buy or Sell Aov
Uilnj; Let Us Know Bcloro doing
Place of BtiMnofcs, Biewory Culch.soc
ond door north of Shattuck'o Breweiv
tipvpi ortx- , . . .
-uiiixo cua inu teuiie e
bteadfait blacks, l5o o :joc a piir; t:
15c to 35c a pair. lVrhaps you wart
vaiy tho monotony at t!i sombre, q
''hades. Here are fanr sox as fa
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.ia ou cuuiu wun joc 10 oJi a pair,
ice wide two WYB'WAlsrp-ferJ.orpI
1 L'ht or dnik colnr.e. I iml !.! &
uo mixtum l.ii- fi?
laundned, attachad-r dutai hod coL5"s
You may choso a! fioin 3i: to $l.'J5V
The Copper Otiee
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