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VOLUME III BISBEE, ARIZONA, FRJDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4l i8q9 . NUMBER i83 ,' I
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f "SNAPPY BARGAINS. ' ', TheSanFraneXaminerofJuly' ; ' .,
$ ' 5 .'Rrooll BWm !, TXT:n f..V. All M.-o C'..l.:i n il..i(.f n, 1? P r H "W "H
are glad to Jiote the constant insti'eami , nn. n p' , ' n! ,,. I """-
chasing vublio in OwvmablMtlmwnt. Z . r flftw ' . f ; '. , . ",. ' K J. JL JL-tf
i We-are constantly offering.
The oalance of this
evowdedtrom morning until night, tlie &j .ai i x $
BARGAINS We offer'will be the cause of it all.
Lmliea'Silk Llnle Vests worth 40c go at 30c.
Ladies' Silk LiBle Vests worth 35c no at 25c
' Liulies' Silk EjrvptSan Vests worth 25c fto at 15c.
Rnv's Balbricgari .Underwear sizes 5 to 14 worth 70 to,
9oc per euit, irp.nt 50c. , , -,,
e;Ohildrun'fi Sleevelesn Eej;i)tian, Vests worth Js and-20c
go at ur e
AJ U itlN UWDER WFAR.
r Line of M mil in Uudeiucra- is Positively .the
Bnrnn wllji ' : worth $l'.mi ." at ?1 K.
IjuMi' Wf" I'ti.Iei.-kiits, wftl, ! -,r m at sfl.10.
l.ti.iiits' VV1-,- c Ci lei-kin, wo'''i' .-(.' r-. .ii .-1 -0.
L,uliCh' While Li.ucis-.iU, wcy - ," ' C t ;;' ';'-'.;..
Lu'dlcs'-"Whitd UnderskirtsV woith 75u' go.nf i'J-.$f
'SHOES. ; .
jr ; Jfen'n Tim' Low't-nt "Vict Kid" Shoes, woith ?2fi0t;o
at a 1.50.
Agents for Royal
All Summer Dress
i $ . ' Hoy's Urown Shoes, sizes 3 to i, wo-tli .f .M kq at .i.u.
I'' -Men'H-'Jleaw, ail Shoeswort h i?2.f0 at. $2.00.
? Ladies Black and Tan Oxford', worth 1.00 vn at !f2.00.
X ' All Other Goods Wia'Hnyo Cut from 20 to LJ5. pyr cent..
'AU OUUIIUCI icasuuuua 3 ttuu j un. v
Lsts for Sale
Title Guaranteed), Prices Reasonable.
dpply in Person or by Letter to
TIM GRIFFITH, roprietor.
.Finest Turnouts in the City,
J5 , HMUMIMi ! IAUTOH WIHIftBMMiHi I
Horses boarded, by the "week, day or moiitli. Horses
jbought and sold, Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains. Good
Upper Main St.
Bisbee Trahsfer Company,
"Freight. Baggage and Express Delivered to any vari
Kir " . ... oiJkcQity.
if Proanpt Service siid wicSi 35eSxvcry.
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'sAssayer .and, Cheoiiat,
RELIABLE WORK AT ' HO DERATE PRICES.
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'itijf. ."Mining properties phnvd on commission. Mines examined
" '''$. jand. reported on. Oorri!iondonco eolicited. All work
J' ' .promptly nttomlcil to.
jfp WOOD, 144 Pmiino:ton Street. Tucson, Arizona-
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stw t-a .(,
IKU,M2' BOSo Proprietors.
Fresh j)eef Mutton,
sages, etc Unoice- Cats of Meats
Only. Fresh , Bread Daily.
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m uwua jjcuverfu rrec iu
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jy&Jted' States Deputy Miaeral Surveyor aud Civil Engineer
: "' SURVEVINQ iVT ALL. ITS BRANCHES.
OSTIcc.la Wnllncc SluU'.M:i;r , . Ztlnlicu, Arli-.oiii.
-C, A. NEWMAN
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet. Metal Worker
-Second IXfl C'ootils Bossftlii astiXSoItl,
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i fill r: . j i" ff I .w I L. M n 1 .. I 'j I M..M L i.v A ai-f-aj jl j. -
17 VWlll tf VlitV ilrj.iw, .. ,
week will find Qurbigra
Goods y2 aud j off.
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town Hmf5at,tti6iidiu;-g3Fpy 7 ctsts.'s
'Whit" 'hirtorsW!". son e with Jnsertin nnii"''
Porto, Teal, .Saus-
All rj .j? n.. m o
111 rails 01 me iuwn ?;,
St., Blafoee. .
WAJMW WWy V
O. K. Street.
0 "Bisbec Arioiri
Potam, Rio Yaqui, Aug; 4. via Ortiz,
Snuni Yesterday, Lieutenant Henesa
with a small detachment of troop en
countered a group of Indians who.,
fought vigorously for a few minutes
and then retired leaving five dead. Col.
Anastacio Torres in another encounter
with the Indians repulsed them, killing
uiroe. ah rtvi)i" ir, tt.f v.'!.'- ie
fli'rinjt to the to iv i. s aixi r.inohed wli-'re
imnu uio iruui. iiif uyiKing mi
I'lrinrning was head 1 by Gen. D. Irenzo
Torres in pc-ron. While at the lifadoi
; !n- I ro0-8 in aou.in lie u'C-'uxd a wound
in the thiuh. The Indians 'retreated
leaving fifteen dead. The government
ifi makiim every effort to forward addi
Nogalts, Aug. 4 Two gatling guns
anJ a dotcchment of artillery soldiers
irom the Citv of Mexico via El Paso,
have been hurried southward to the
i cone of the Yaqui war. Troops are
also being marched across the mount-
ains from Duraugo and Chihuahua to
join tho forses in the field. From points
over Southern Arizona it is reported the
Yaquflaborera are leaving for Sonora.
Mayor Overton has sent Gov. Murnhv
of Arfzona a request to a,sk the war de-
pariinuui. 10 eenu a iroop oi cavalry
from Fort Huachuca for the protection
of the town.
Paris, Aug. 4 The Iutranslgeant
today springs tho following by Genera!
Mercier: "Dreyfus will undoubtedly
be reconvicted. -Tho report, shows that
"either ho or I is guilty. As it is cer
tainly not T it must a Droyfu. T in-
tend to toll H all at the tria " Mot
cier will swear tint unt V.m .lucn
' Sit, (-ieri'ian amr,ajfaiuir to Pniip. tihl
him thai Dieyfun liad givon Fiptiah
luilitarv t-p. tots t( tie.iinanv. Mereiet's
utateuicnt la not takv-u seriously.
Manila, July 30, via Hong Ko'ng; Aug.
41 Troops in the southern islands are
cbmplaining ol the vations which they
claim are not tuitcd to the climate and
do not include sufficient fresh meats.
During six months stay of- the Califor"
nia regiment at Negroa tho regiment
was without fresh meat except for occa
sional supplies of inferior native beef.
Thcro is plenty of refrigerated meat iu
Manila harbor at this time.
Capo Ilaytian, Aug. 4. Later advices
Irom thfc Dominican republic indicate
that tho revolution is growing in num
bers. At Santa tlu la Cruz 400 well
armed men have risen, under command
of Generals Pacheco and Proyes, who
are very influential in theiro districts,
and have joined tho insurgents with
several other generals, each command
ing important forces.
Washington, Aug. 4. Official letters
received from the representatives in
('imaiiy bunging details cone :ni:.-r
t tie imnt action in 'at eiuntrv ll;
in' to the exclusion of btvt i-laiJ. 1
in Belgium from tin; German maiikcts
an I leave litt'n room for.lonht tint th i-
is done for tho purpose of prev.-ntn
thointroductim of tho Amoricrn pfo
dncts. , ' .-
Glasgow, Aug. 4. The cup challeng
er, Shiunpronk, was rigged yesterday
and eailed from the lower Clyde for New
York nt 10 o'clock this morning. She
was accompanied by Sir Thomas Lip
ton's steam yacht, Erin. A large crowd
cheered the Shamrock's departure. As
the yacht left hor anchorage, Captain
Aichio Hogarth shouted to those on tho
shore: "The cup is us good a? in. the
OIIUU1IUUK Ii lOCKUr.
Will often causo a horrihlo liurn,
Scald, Cut or Drui3o. Ruoklen's Arnica
jSahe, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
j Old Sores, Fever Soros, Ulcers, UoIU,
"Fc!ons' Corns- y'd EmptlonB.
( Host rilo euro on earth. Only 25 eta. a
jbox. Cure guaranteed. Sold by tho
i Uaibco Drug Storo and Copper Queen
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The San Francisco Examiner of July
. Mrs. Sybil.Dunn, the wife of Dr. E. C.
Dunn, of Fre.-no, attempted to jump
fioin i ',vha-f Mf. Third ami Bfry Btreete
(into tJift liaj ti 1'iid ho ' lif 1 f" ni'hf.
A Imatman on the wharf caught her just
iS e'.Vj had thrown off hor jacket and waB
i"vi'''nui; in piungo lino mu waim .
The woman struggled to escape from
him and carry out her purpose, begging
"all the time to bo allowed to end her ex-
islance. She had been drinking and
she was turned over to a policeman,
who had her locked up on a charge of
drunkennpfsa, po that elm could havrf no
I'hauce to li.irin hi t--!i.
Mrs. Dunn hm vrv '.lospunilent in
tliopiison. Slie sain she and lier hus-
-j hand had become estranged, and that
!ie h-'l nc:'hnr home nor friendf . i$Dr.
Dunn i .u extcu-jn vine.ul;s in
KiOiitio county suiil owns co:sidi ahli'
property in San Francisco. Sho claims
that he commenced divorce proceedings
against hor about two weeks ago, and
since then sho has been so despondent
that she considered lifo not worth liv
ing. She declaredjin tho prison that she
would end her existence at the first op
portunity that offered.
"I would mortgage five years of my
life if she- could bo reformed," was the
remark of Dr. E. C. Dunn when in
formed by an Examiner correspondent
of the attempt at suicide of his wife.
Dr. Dunn is a well known physician
of Fresno, California, prominent in fra
ternal orders and high in tho Knights
of Pythias, holding a commission .as
Colonel in the Uniform Rank, of that
order. Ho married his wifo fifteen years
ago at Tombstone, Arizona. Tho news
of her attempt upon her life is not a
great surprise. Sho has made several
attempts here with morphine, and her
life was only saved by tho strenuous
efforts of her husband. The woman is a
confirmed victim cf the liquor habit and
her husband has done all that science
could suggest to cure hor, but to no pur
pose. They have been separated 6ince
J-epU-uilu'r i.i'-t, '. lit. 1 1 aw a 1 tn mi'dy
he sent i.er to -an lianci- . -i.i i--.-.11J
to be. o.u ,o-e:;"e 1 ol a f mcida!
lumnhi wlK'ii c.li tin' l.as ono 1' her
Ji. 1 in.') 11 l"o week a no in-
stituted suit f r a :.voi:e. Mi?. Jhinn
has a euite., th un, ,t w. ;, i. si... '
has also numeious other reiauvus in tiie
IS IT ItlGHT,
For an Editor to Ilecommend Patent
From Sylvan Valley News, Bsqvrad,
N. C. : It may be a question whether
the editor of a newspaper has. tho right
to publicly recommend any of the vari
ous proprietary medicines which flood
the market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing wo feel it a duty to say a good word
for Chamberlain's Colic,. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Wo havo known
onjJ used this medicine in our family
for twenty years and have always
oiind it reliable. In many cases a dose
of this lomedy would save hours of
suffering while a physician is awaited.
We do not believe in depending implic
ity on any medicine for a cure, but wo
do believe that if a bottle of Chamber
lain's Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on
hand and administered at tho inception
of-an attack much suffering might be
avoided and in many casos the prcaenca
of a physician would not ! required.
At h'.if-t tin l't h'-ii our n.'j-
tv-i't't v vl .1 -.
l U 'stdtf G.'in: Sl.t-nft Mui'l'
",'-n,'l fr-'m thfi, u I oil .myou -i.
horhoo.l v-j;ori;v. Ili was ..itislu-d
tiiat Ciiuiles Bishop, the Verdo assa
sin, is still secreted in thu vast quaking
a'sp forest in that region, and that ho
probably lia3 provisions to last him six
months. Tho sheriff h is by no moani
given up the chase, but is horo to tako
a fiesb smrt, and will keep after hii
man if it takes his whole term to catch
Fresh Kansas City flestts
Constantly on Hand.
VTe Cater to nil Classes.
Private Parties and Ban
qaets cC Specialty.
Nothing but white help employed.
Qmer Barker, Prop.
' "if 's "Betwixt and Between here
new. .In the interim between the
final outgoing of the summery goods
and the advance oncoming of the
new season's merchandise little
prices oir lingering lots of present
need goods prevail. For instance:
Shirt Waists well made
and of good material, reduced
from 65c, 75c and 85c to 5oc.
This is a thrice-told tale,
but it bears repeating.
SHirt Yfaists that were
5:. 25, 1.35, 1.50 and 1.75
Si. 00 ami $1.25.!
If you've need of a waist
tllcsc few words arc important
Low Priced Lawns to our
regular 8c assortment have
been added a lot of 10c colored
lawiis and dimities; This
means greater choice and an
added element of cheapiir.ss.
Womens' Umbrellas nat-
ural wood crooked haudles,1j'tached or detached; every de-
75c; steel rods 85c and $i.25.sirable styleandkind
Colored Underskirts two
ruffles at'bottpm,together w ith
dust ruffle $1.25!
White Pique with welts j
ivuuiiiii.; across the go(!-, iji - -
I . 1 .- 1 . . t T .'
iieaa o; nonzontany. . iuKnoclceu on tneirpnce. Jtteg-
stock again at. 20c yardij
Womens' Low Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds.. The little prices
marked on them will make it
worth your while to look for
1 v ia ri n vn e? w-w k Zm
Mens' Wool Pants-a small
lot of only 71 pairs left. For-;
mer prices were from $1.50 tot
$4.50; now $1.00 to $3.00 a.
Hens' Work Pants not5
wool, but wear resisting cot
tonade in dark, dirt-proof col
or's from $1.25 a pair to
Littje Weight Underwear
for Hen the fancy sorts.
Broken assortments make
prices much less' thaniisual,
. , t
Negilee Shirts-soft or stiff
bosom, collars and cuffs at-
'. 85c to $4.00.
Mens' Straw Hats smooth
or rough braids; soft or flat
brim. Reduced from $1.75 4
$2.50 to $1.50.
Mens' Linen Crash aud Co-
Veri. Suits have had u dollar
. .iv. X-.
ularly $5.60, now $4.00 a suit.
tar.m mtm i 1 il
Boys'. -Wash Suitsr-the$.2,so
$2.75 and $3,00 sorts,- all novf