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BiSBEE, ARIZONA, KmDAV.VENlNG JULY ltd, t8Q9.
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Chemise and Drawers,
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than am other price? offered.
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Coojc an (I -bb one' of the.
gsk Assortment Still Complete..
iLbts for Sale at Naco, riz.
- 'Title Guaranteed, Prices -Reasonable: ;
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TM GRIFFITH, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the City,
f Morses 'boarded by the week, day or mouth. Horses
. bougllt aud sold, -Complete diack service. Hacks will
tineetlall trains. Good service, . .
'Upper Maim St. - Bisbee, Arizona
Freight, baggage and Express Delivered to any part
v of the City.
Prompt Service and Quick Delivery.
N. ?; WOOD, 144 Pennington
Forjuurlv, of Cono &
; Assayer and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
r Mining properties placed on commission. Mines examined
," and reported on. Corruupondenco eolicited. All work
jiromptly ntlended Jo.
jfrcsh llccf Mat ton, JPoi VeaX, Saws-
sages, ale. Choiee Cats of Meats
Only. Fresh Bread Daily.
& Goods Delivered- Free to
James F. Trotter,
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Ui'ited States Deputy Mineral Surveyor aud Civil Engineer
SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
CCtcu In WanaccjlliitltUtitf illsbec. Arlr.oiin.
C. A. NEWMAN,
Tinner, Plumber and
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first to take vtlv(tiiiagoi&
Street, Tucson -Arizona-
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All Parts of the Town-
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Sheet Metal Worker.
Itott.hl ijntl Sold.
TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS. "
Pvtsh Prom tlie "Wires" from -All
.Vaehingto:i,' '.Tuly 28. Lieutenant
Ebeilj', Hag lleuterihnt.of the s0"re-,on
under Captain Baker; has just arrived-
in Washington" from the Thilip'pines,
and bripgsjibme interesting1' detail of
the situation in'Mahila. "
Lieutena'ut Ebefly says th:.'fi6cial and
patriotic, conditions in Manila aro Wt-
U'i limn is generally hglieved in tlio
United States and better than would be
supposed after such a short American
administration. The city lias ,'been
cleaned on the American plan. I'he
streoid ha.yebeen cleared of' (iniichj aca'
cumulations oF filth. The health of
Manila is exceptionally good ami even
among the troops b'rfr"8hQro tnere was
little sickness from anything .but heat
TientdnJ July 28. Secretary Dcv'
ereauxhas issued a call for a meeting of
the state democratic committee, to bq.
Iield. at the Coleman house, Asbury
Park. August 8. There will also be a
conference of the leadgrs.qf thg:party to
be followed by a banquet, when ex-Sen
ator-Arthur f-P. Gormaivra'.expected ttf
;pake a speech Arid- inctd en tally launch
his boom'for "the' pfeSidentiitt' "nomina
tion ' ..' vr.vv-o;.'".,,3Sit. J'V"
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vSali Francisco, Jnly 28. The recent
ueveiopmeiu oi me peiroieum ncius in
Fresno county so interested 'capTUlists
of the coast that steps are being taken
for thSorgaiiizatioh of aiV oil exchange
in this; city.v Within the past thirty
days some twenty odd corporations
have been organized in this city for the
handling of oil and buying and, selling
of oil properties.
Torouto, Ontario, July .'. There in
talk of a-general election for the domin
ion Canada being held during the
coming fall. It is reported the Laurier
government decided before J. Israel
late, milliliter of public works, left
Enuland a few weeks ago, to make an
appeal to the country, and word comes
from different provinces that prepara
tions are, being made for a general eles.
tion within 'he next three months. '
. Fort de France, July 28. The Gov
ernor of Santiago confirms the general
opinion that the assassination of Presi
dent Heureaux was a political crime.
It is reported that the assassin's parly
aro gathering forces preparatory to an
attack on I lie government troops. It
has been learned that Cacero's compan
ions when Pu'sident Heureaux was.
killed weie Juan Pichards and' Horrcio
YaEquez. The latter is u brother of a
deputy in parliament.
Foreseeing Ihe possibility of disturb
ances and in older to be prepared for
any emeiencv'Ueneral Peppin, gover
nor of Santiago has taken important
precautionary measures and has decided
to demand that arms aui ammunition
be forwarded him from Santo Domingo.
Advici'F from Kantinuo received Iiptp :it
a lnti'hour leport the tit nation there as
becnm!i'j moix' f-i n.ne.
AiibUn, Texas, July 28. Six of the
largest cotton seed nil mill firms in the
ctate are leing oium. si into a combi
nation to be known asnlio Continental
Oil.Couiprny, with heaJciuai tors at New
York. The combinu is to have a. capi
tal of $0,000,000.
Tim attorney general intends to take
steps at once and if he can establish the
Tact that a trtut has been formed, ho
will attempt to dinsolve it under'tho
ami-trust Ihw of th6 state. ' ":'."." '
One. of the Kntlihii tuulo . journals
puhliches the following parody oil "I
Don't i. ike You Any .More," which, it
aayf, is going the rounds, and is likely
to prove a hi : -'Wu don't want to buy
at yourplactvwo don't trade there any
more; you'll bo sofry when you sou us,
uOing to .Boiuo other stoie. You can't
sell us unr'stiiluoods, wo have opened
wide : otir"t'ytis1 wo don't want to trade
at your store uccuiuu yotj ru ijot ailver-
COEPEH QUEEN RAISE.
-;,JVVrit to. Briug. the. Matter in Court
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SjtijiVWTil ol certiorari in Denaii oi ue
"GVJpl Queen Co., hns been ordered-by
'hidjw Davis which cites the Hoard of
tjupeiyifcurs to appear or furnish a
transcript of the minutes (xjf the board
with relation to the assessment and
raise in valuation of the Coppr .Queen
Co. , t ihflt Jtlic samo may. be reviewed in
court and decision, rendered upon the
juri8dictioii of tho board .to .make the
Tho certiorari- citation makes' the
lir&t Monday fn December next as the
late foi the e.view and the proceedings
nienwKu,- octsasan injunction against
the raieeiintil tho court has ruled in
he WirdWlsed the Copper llueen
$108,000, and tile. procecsfifre on behalf
of the county will be toak that the iu
juiiction be'dissorvetl'jvh'ich, if granted,
amAif no cause or.;oljjectionis riresented
ttjitfja equ.aiization "braird, at' tha1 August
Meeting, as now seems. probable, the
assessment as raised .would stand;
although a further action for relief
jbe, the payment of the .taxes under pro-
.test toiloweu Dy a suit to aeierminu mo
jurisdiction of ttfe board in regard to
dlje, raises; Prospector. . .. V
Duty of a Newspaper.
..It.iiaB been charged that' country
newspapers are bootlickers , on the
money sidoofothe question; that they
are .afraid to coudetnn a wrong; that it.
is the duty of a newspaper to expose
everything that is not exactly right and,
grocer, savs an exchange. A man en-
gagesjiiri $he ftewepap'eibusjness to
make a living just like any one else in
any other business. It is not theduty
.of. a newspaper man to ferret out any
mean or contemptible act, any more
than it is the duty of a citizen; The citi
zens 6"f a community are responsible ior
the iiHinqrality of a, town, for dishonest
elections, ix the breaking of tho law;
not the newspaper. How many busU
ness men are there in a town who will
condemn a wrong:doer, when they
know it will injure theni? And yet that
is what some jH-ople expect thein tb do.
The trouble Istho (so called) honorable
people oi a community haven't the
moral coarage to stand up for the right.
A majority of them, if they endorse- an
article condemning the wickedness ot
some .scion, will come around to the
editor in private and tell him he has
done right,. yet when it comes to talking
it on the street and elsewhere their
nerve fails thera, and the editor is left
to fight the battle alone. If .you have
any grievance to make do it publicly.
If a newspaper attempts a reform that
you knowis right and will result in a
benefit to the town, give him your sup
port publicly. Don't,sit back and say a
newspaper man hasn't the courage to
say what is wrong until youyourselfcan
rise above the almighty dollar and take
your stand for truth and honesty. It is
the individual and not the newspaper
that hasn't the moral courage. News
papers reflect the wishes of the people,
aud are the result of existing conditions
which must be changed, if at all, by in
dividual effort., . "..
IS IT RWHT
For an Editor to Kcjorameud Patent
From Sylvan-Valley' News, Brcvrad,
N. C. : It may bo a question whether
the editor of a newspaper has the right
to publicly tecommend any of tho vari
ous proprietary medicines. which flood
tho market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing we led n , on; v to say a good word
Ifn Chambei Iain's Colic, Cholet.i and
Iirirr!inea Remedy We have known
and used this uieiliciue in our family
tor twenty years and have always
mind it lelitihle. In many cases u dose
of this icniedy would save lours ol
suffering while a physician is awaited.
We do not believe in depending iinplic
ity on any medicine for a cure, but we
do believe that if a bottle of Chiunber
hjin's Diarrhoea Eemedy were kept on
hand and administered at the inception
of an attack much buffering might Ik
avoided and iu many cases tho preeence
of a physician would not be required.
At least-this has been our experience
during the past twenty years. Foi
sale by all druggists.
. , YOUR FACET
Shows tho state of your teel'ngs 'and
ho'Btato ol your healtl. as well. Im
pute blood mukus Until f apparent in it
pale aud sallow complexion, Pimples
and Skin Krupions.. If you are feeling
weak and worn out and do not havu a
healthy appearance you should try
Aokut'tf It'loOd Elixir. It cures all
blood discaros. where cheap SaiBapar
illas and so called puruiurs. fall; know
ing tln.. we' sell every bottle on,ti. poa
liivo gum an ten. .For salo jt Bisbee
&y 1 wtvEV
it's "betwixt and between- here
now. In the interim between the
final outgoing of the summery goods
and the advance -on-coming of the
new season's merchandise little
prices' on lingering lots of present
need goods prevail. For instance:
from 65cJ, 750 and 85c to jjde.
This'' is .'a. thrice-told tale,
but it 'bear'd repeating.
Shirt Waists that were
$i.2&...i.35, 1.50 and 1.75.
..$l.oo and $1.25.
If you've need of a waist
these few words are important
Low Priced JLawns--to our
regular 8c assortment have
been added a lot of 10c colored
lawns and dimities. This
means greater choice and an
added element of cheapness;
Womens umbrellas nat
ural wood crooked handles,
75c; steel rods 85c and $1.25.
Colored Underskirts two
ruffles at bottom,tpgether w ith
dust ruffle $1.25.
White Pique with welts
runuiug across the goods in -
stead of horizontally. Iu
stock again at 20c vard;'ularly $5.00, now$4.ooa suit.
Womens' Low Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds. lne little prices
marked on them wiil make it
worth your while to look for
The Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining Go. , 1
il '.'$.,. w B
Mens Wool Pants-a small
lot of only 71 pairs left. For
mer prices were from $1.50 to
$4.50; now $1.00. to $3.00 a.,K.
Hens' Work Pants not..
wool, but wear -resisting cot-
tonade in dark, dirt-proof col
ors from $i-:25a:patrto
Little Weight Underwear
for ilen the fancy sorts-
Broken assortments make
prices much less - than usual.
Negilee Shirts-soft or stiff
bosom, collars and cufifsat-
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tached or detached; every de
sirable style and kind
85c to $4.00;.
Mens' Straw Hats smooth
or rough braids; soft or flat
brim. Reduced from $1.75 and
$250 to $1.50-
Mens' Linen Crash and Co
vtrt Suits have had a dollar
knocked off their price. Reg-
Boys' Wash SuitstheiJso,
$2.75 and $3,oo"sorts, all. now
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