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BISBEB ARIZONA, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1899.
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. 1.JZE are glad to note 'the constant instream
.of the vur chasing vublic In OurEstablishmenL
and account fortius, in the RARE BARGAINS,
we ore constantly onering. w
, The lalanee ofitliis.wcelc will find Oar Stor,
IVcrowdcd h'om morning ' untilniglU, the SNAPPY
II BARGAINS. Wexoffcr will be theoause of it all. ,
UNDERWEAR. ' ,
Ladies' Sill: Lisle Vent" .th 10c go at 30c.
flies' Silk Lislo Vests worth 35c go atV5c
,n.W i!k iVptian Vo.-t xrorth 25c go nt 15c.
LndiLc' i!k I'srVptin
Plm nlll)lli!l. I I IH.lMXM'H
Clulifu i.' - 'w-n i
Olir'XhieVOf 'usliu Underwear is Positively the
Best Ever Sh-wnTTore Stud F!nih4d in Ewy re-tail.
- ' Ami fa Wlmo i iiler-.kn-, 'mc with Ins 'ting and
Mima with I ii.' worth sf-'-M go .'t si r.O
l-ulii.' White i n ',. skirts, woitlt 1.7" i ( $1 (0.
f v Ladies' Wluto Underskirts, worth l.i. uojul l.JU.
jtH' Ladies' White Undcrskirtc worth $1.00 go nt 80o.
y Ladies' Wluto Underskirts," worth 75c goat. WJoi
' ' Men's Tan Xow-cut "Yfci'Kld" JSlioes woith 2 51) go
" i 4 Hoy's UroW Shoes, sues 3 to 5, wo"th .$2.50 go nt $1.45.
' Men's Hoavv, Nail Shoes, worth $2.50 ro at 2.00.
Ladies Black and Tan Oxford's, worth $3.00 go at $2.00.
m, , AH.Other Goods WoHavo Cut from 20 to 25 pur cent.
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All Summer uressvooas y2 ana 3 on.
Uotsfbr Sale at. Naco, Ariz.
'" - Tffle Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
Srmly in Person or by Letter
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I'lAl GRIFFITH. Proprietor.
"Finest Turnouts in the City, ""
Horses, .boarded by the week, day or month. Horses
v fought and sold. Complete hack- service. Hacks will
meet all trains.' Good service, ....
Upper Main St. - Sisbee, Arizona
Bisbee Transfer. . Company,
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Ph'eight. Baggage and Express Delivered to any vart,
Proiiipt Service and QSuic3k Delivery.
" Assayer and Chemiat,
RELIABLE WORK AT JIODERATE PRICES.
'" ' Mining properties placed on commission. Mines examined .
' and reported on.' Correspondence solicited. All work J
I " promptly attendi'd to.
N. P. WOOD, i;; Pen ilnsjLon Street, Tucson, Arizona-
rwnii'i ol Coin)
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Fresh Beef M niton,
' &ih sages,' "oto." Choice
, 'uiU'ij. j: rusto
r food's Delivered Free to
." ' Upper Mala
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. . James F.
United States Deput' Miueral
SURVEYING IN ALL
mcu lu Wallace UntlUini;
C. A. NE
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker
'v ! rSccona 2rn.I tweeds T?ct:r;M mul Sold,
.' W H worm 7U 10
t in . ft; worth 15 a id 20c
B. J. 'RE5EXY,
ool, l)einT, Lol
Fork, Teal, Sans-
Cats of Meats
All Parts of the Town. $
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
O. K. Street.
a liisbce, Arizona.
Fresh From the Wires from All
,Siiii Fiancifco, Aiij. 7. There arp no
less than eight tianaports in tho hittbor
now ind tho army transportation olli
cfals aro working haider than ever in an
endeavor to get' them all off as soon as
posaiblo forjtliie Philippines. i
Rennes, France Aug. 7. Renneshas
awakfnt'! from' no-ma! condition of
sleepiness with tl e atnal of hundreds
of jou realists fioiu all pat is of Hip woild
and wltneeea. viivS" other actots in tne
Drayfu" drama. Tb town has assumed
an animated ippearance. The ten aces
in iront of tho catos are full of people
dii nt"-mjr thetnu winch was opened
Madrid, Aug. 7. The supreme coun
cil of war deliberated today over its
judgment in regard to tho surrender of
Santiago do Cuba to the American
troops. The verdict will be rendered
tomorrow. It is expected the accused
officers will be acquitted.' The public
prosecutor submitted a report demand
ing that imprisonment for life be im
posed upon tho Spanish officers respon
sible for the surrender of Manila.
Havana, Aug. 7 There is a good deal
of agitation in the Havana press regard
ing the selection of General Maximo
Gomez or General Juan Antonio Jimi
nez as" president )f the republic of
Santo Domineo to succeed General
Heuraux, who was assassinated the
other day. General Gomez said that
he would notrgo to Santo Domingo in
any eventiis only ambition aud mis
sion in life being to see an independent
Cuban h pubhe
General Jiin,mez, nluiL' father wis at
one titno piasideut of the Dominican
republic, is now hung !l.i: and
his business here is not of a chain, ter
to interfere with his candidacy for the
Naples, Aug. 7 Admiral Dewey, who
arrived here today from Trieste on the
Olympia, was visited by Louis Iddings,
secretary of the United States embassy
at Rome; Mr. Richard C. Parsons
second secretary of the embassy; Mr.
Hector D. Castro, United States general
here, and the vice consul, Mr. Charles
M. Wood. Tho Olympia will probably
remain in port for a month.
Washington, Aug. 7. The secretary
of tho treasury has given orders for the"
printing of gold certificates with a view
to resuming their iBSUo if needed in the
movement of fall crops, as indicated at
Cape Town, Aug. 7. In the house of
the uBiembly Cacil Rhodes expressed
the belief that the Transvaal difficulty
would be overcome in a few months and
without a shot being fiicd, owing to the
model ation being displayed. He be
lieved that capital would then flow'In
Plaiifhhig, V . August 7. luo
Lie-dint llobart atul familj an ed
here today from Long Kraut h by a si
cial Hum. Pitsident MrKinley n- I
the ict piesidunt at tin depot with -
eainait. Mi. llobait atood tho trip
well but he ia weak altd pale and has
not recovered from tho severe attack of
the grippe which he suffeied last win
ter. The PoetmaBter General and Mrs.
Smith leavo today for Philadelphia.
Tho fi lends of Dr. James McNaughton
in iJisbee will be glad to hear that ho
was exonerated by tho diiectoir of tho
San Joso Normal school. Dr. McNaugh
ton went to San Joso to face his accusers
and ho succeeded in convincing the
directors that tho charges made against
him wero absolutely false and of- a
malicious nature. lie will enter upon
his duties thoro at the boinniu of the
school year in September.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cureeuiea dyspep
sia because its uigiedietits .no such that
it can't help doin so. "Tho public can
rely upon it as a master remedy for all
disorders aiising fiom lmpcifect dic
tion." James M. Thomas, M. D., in
American Journal of Health, N. Yt
Cop poi Queen atuio.
Wall . atver.
Uur liim of wall paper is Hie very
lute.'it, bomg designs of 1893.
Confession of Faith.
A t orrjepondc nt of tho Outlook thus
describes the imperialist confession of
" l.'l bo'ieve in keeping up the old war
taxes to prevent trade with Europe, and
the new war taxes to force trade with
Asia. ' '
'2. I believe in the exclusion of igno
nllit Europeans and the inclusion of the
pore ignorant Asiatics.
" 3. 1 believe in a protective tariff,
where farmers would trade abroad, but
not in froo trade, where manufacturers
seek a market.
1. I behec the public cannot man
agdmonopolieH at borne, but can man
ajje eutject ran-s on the otbei side ,of
5i I believe in home rule forlroland,
but in alian rule for the Spuntah islands.
0. I believe in a Monioe doctrine,
which torbids Europe to nterfeio with
8'!t goxerument in Amenca, but per
mits America to interfere with si-lf-gov
erment in Asia.
7. I believe that Spanish islanders
are unfit to govern themselves, but will
be fit to help govern us.
8. I believe tho blacks have a right
to govern themselves, but that blacks
and whites have a right to govern yel
lows. 9. I believe that taxation without
representation is tyrany when applied
to us, but philanthropy when appled by
10. I believe that governments get
their just powers from tho consent of
the governed in Ameiica, but from the
conscious superiority of the governors
11. I believe that militaryisin and
foreign broils are tho refuge of despot
ism in Europe and of republicanism in
12. I believe that American politics
have made a little America, and that
European politics will make a Greater
A Mother Tells How She Saved Her
Little uaughter's Life
I am tne moth' r ut eitit clnl lieu and
I ave bad a great ' ' of experience with
nJu iVips. T.a-l summer my little
daughter had the dysentery in its worst
form. Wo tho.ught she would die. 1
tried everything I i(juld tnink of, but
uothin- i n il to du horgOol. saw
byan advertisemenfin our paper that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoeaRemedy was highly recommended,
and Bent and got a bottle at once. It
proved to be one of -the very best medi
cines we ever had in the house. It saved
my little daughter's life. I am anxious
for every mother to know what an ex
cellent medicine it Is. Ilai I known it
at first it mould have saved, me a gieat
deal of anxiety and my little daughter
much suffering. Yours tru!y,Mrs. Geo.
F. Burdick, Liberty, R. I. For salo at
Bisbeo Drug store. A
The average burro has an office in the
affairs of every mining camp, says an
oxebange. He is tho only thorough
sanitary agent in town. As a scavenger
he can give a ho,; cards and spades and
rake in the pot with ease. The health
editor of the Times applied an X ray
machine to one of theeo popular birds
the other day and his illuminated an
atoniy thowed his stomach to contain
the following: Two boxes rotten lemons,
7 pounits rancid bacon, 4 pans of tiobo
sodks, 2 dozen over-ripe eggs, I) copies of
tho War Cry, 1 pair greasy overalls, 3
Mend chickens wb'Hi iLo riunauiiu
oviuo.1 1 mda hundnd othur artu'es
i ll i.a ludi -i.
A Frightful Blunder
Will oiion ,aiiM- a tioinhlu Burn,
ScaM, (kit or Linuae. Buckion's Aimid
Sahe, tne best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal "it. Cures
Old Soies, Fever Soies', Ulcers, Boila,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Beu Pile cuie on darth. Only 23 cts. a
box. Cure guaianteed. Sold by tho
Bsibee Drug Store and Copper Queen
Considerable anxiety is being felt hero
for the safety of Finnic Putnam and
Fted Kceyes, who left heio last May foi
the gold fields in lower California. The
last heard of them was on Juno 2Jth,
when they wrote, thoy would stait for
the gold lipids the following morning.
Since that time not a won! has been
heard of them or their whereabouts.
Tho assessment roll of Yavapai county
Uhlsyoar foots tip a total of M,-.'5-8?,
being about $000,000 in excess of lust
year, pays tho Journal-Miner, As-essor
Dillon in making his assessment I his
J ear deducted all legal exemption? fiom
fiom tho nseffnient. T..oso luivo al
ways appealed in tho assessments hero
tofore, and tho exemptions deducted
fiom tho taxes. Tho right of v ty of
the Santa Fo Pacific railroadf is not. in
cluded in the abovo luscbsiiiuhl ciihor.
Tho toll hhows 231) patented finiiiei: in
tho county. '"
It's "betwixt and between" here
now. In the interim between the
final out-going 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:
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 Waists that, were
$1.25, 1.35, 1.50 aud 1.75.J
$1.00 and $1.25.
If you've need of a waist
these few words ore important
Low Priced Lawns to our
regular 8c assortment have
been added tt 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, together with
dust ruffle... $1 25.
White Pique with welts
rtmuiiig across the goods in-
stead of' horizontal! v: -InSj!
stock again at .'...'..20c yard
Womens' Low Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds. Ihe little prices
marked on them will make it
worth your while to look for
your size. '
The Copper Queen
Mens Wool Pantsa smalt-
lot of only 71 pairs left. For-
mer prices were from $1.50 to
$4.50; now $1.00 to $3.00 a,-'
Hens' Work Pants not
wool, but wear resisting cot
tonade in dark, dirt-proof-cal-ors
from $1.25 a pair to
Little Weight Underwear
for Hen1 the fancy sorts.
J?f6ken assortments " make
prices much less than usual.
Negilee Shirts-soft or stiff
bosom, collars and cuffs at
tached or detached; every de-
sirable style and kind
85c toi' $4.00.
Mens? Straw Hats-r smooth
or rough braids; soft or flat
brim. Reduced from $1.75 ana
$2.50 to $1.50.
Menb' Linen Crash and Co
vert Suits have had a dollar
knocked off their price. Reg-
ularly $5.00, now $4.00 a'suit
Boys' aWask Suitsthe $2.56,
$2.75 and $3.00 sorts, all now
ated Mining Co.
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