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"VOLUME ITI . BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST r8qo; . , '- DUMBER i$ ;1 I
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WE are glad to note the constant instremn
of the -purchasing vublio in Oar Estabh.mment.
and account for this, iip the RARE BARGAINS,
TF. ayp. nnnsi:nni.Hii nil'Ai'i.n.6.
T?ve balance of this week will find Our More
'Jt BARGAINS WeoffcAvillbetlic cause of it all:'
(ymi ,, UNDERWEAR.
Sms? tamos' sine J..18IP veais worm iut.;u m ui.. , g
Ladi-' "iIk: ErvP'"" Vm- oiti 25c :o nt 15c.
Dov'p H.dbrurgan I'm.wv.h pws r to 1 worth 70 to
CJhilduji'rt leevoloea i'liyitinn Vi.!3 north 15 an.l c S
1,'r. :it M)C ?
' - MUSLIM UNZXERW4J?.
Our Line of Muslin Ondenvcm; is Positively the
Best Ever Shown Here, and Finished m E try Te-t !1,
IadMs' Whito I'nu rki,t, soair v:t' Jimo.Mnjr and
Rome with Liui woith $2.Q j'c .it I C-0
LadieH' VI)ito l'ndorekirt3, worth si ,,,$.-! 1.40.
Ladicb' "Wlutc L'udci skirts, fvort'i Tl-'" uo at $1.20,
..Ladies' White Underskirts, wort $1.00 po at Mo.
Ladies' White Underskirts, worth 75c goat COo.
Men' Tan Low-cut "Yici Kid" Shone, woith $2.fi0 j;o
.. at $1.50. F
!U ' Tiovt r.rown Slioca, -i.wl 3 to 5, wo th $2 50 o at, $1.4.r).
' Moii'h llmyy, Nail Shoos, vortn $2.50 po nt $2.00.
Ladios BInbk and Tan Oxford's, woi th $15.00 ro at $2.00.
j All Other Goods Wo Havo Cut fom 20 to 25 per. cent.
tho Wires from
iTHE COBRE GRANDE SALE.
Tls'e,. Papers Were Fixed in Phoeuiix
Agents for Royal Worcester Corsets.
All Summer Dress Goods and y$ off.
Lots for Sale at Naco9 Ariz.
Title- Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
Apply M Parson or by Letter to
TC TT T1?rPTCV1!T IT XT',
y xs vj'iNs.ii.a..'iJca z:,
'J'e sale of the controlling intorcst of
tf(Jrhr Trandi m!n whih " lefn
tarlal abou' ijr four" 01 five wvcki, was
fflhsDnimntnl vaatnnfnv. Th Stock-
...11 .V5J4 1 ' .. j-.. a-
win amvo iiiutPn T0flor8 ,.,,, a infl0tijl;, nt 10 o'clock in
that ho Jiaa a'riked. for' tllo.mornini; in J. D. Ltort's office and
"an audience w h tho pope., ? ' UlC' long discussion the terms wero
BanPrdncw . Auc. .&-?TIib-Second1 ,fuw. agreed upon. SayH the Fhoenis
qu , u.,5, ,$ -i . .. "Kepuhlican: "! t was decided that eaclit;
(' J. , 1 .' ' - t a ' '?.:'' ptr r-
88 lilt; M 111 a ift
T:M RIFFITH, Proprietor.
, finest Turnouts, in the City,
Horses'' boarded by the week, day or month. Horses,
.bought -and sold, Complete haclc service. Hacks will
, 'meet all trains. Good service. ....
'"Upper Maim .St. - - ESIsbee, Arisoiaa
1 Ut-jsi.. :. 'i,r ii .. t of
the -rvici to . t , piaa tcs'tive1
j his diechpige padc and papsed on to
the pay.mast'n w ho gave to avh soliior
what mouoy is due turn. Tho regf
monjfljUIl uimnn-jii camp untjl toinor-.
io-AAiteriiiioii, wlion they v il aseemh'c
in. a body .iud ) 1 oct od t o I 0 leriy ana
ihpr coon Hit irn !, . .
Paris, Auk. 8. AH the nowspapeis
today published frequent special edi
tions which wero eagerly bought by the
I wa:ting,crowda anxious4 for every detail
of the Dreyfus courtinartial. While- the
papers today ecarcely had time to com
ment on the courtinartial they all en
deavored to draw conclusions from, the
diffeient descriptions of the prisonei
and the trial. Tho nationalist papers
declared that Dreyfus appeared embar
rassed whilo the Journal des Debats
said: "Neither hisface nor his words
evoke sympathy. His voice sofinds false
and his protcstationsvjrjf innocence are
not convincing." Tho'VTomps on the
other hand says: "Ho replied in a tone
of assurance and with clear conscious
ness which carried conviction." The
Figaro conospondent at Rennes says:
"bu'vfus leaves nothing lemaining of
the accus'titions. II is whole attitude
proclaimed his innocence."
Vi tne" Aug K- a Append to the
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W- I 'Y
Kiurk. 1 . i. Cobtello i.i she
pUiliaoi, bill BOme Oi ill(
ii f" to ottioi tiuh.in capKi-
i9t -Ir. (jo'-tellj will own tho ar-
Slini; mlnrent. Ho is absent- from
' n at prc-enr and tinal arr'ag"mt;4 '
w I' not cc tnailf until b'ii'' 11 n. Ii
1 1 nl.hV I mmsi-ii' v 1 !i Mini compa
' . Iv in;, atiy, I.' in J-as'takon
to tho business ho has been an active
operator. He bought tho Trilby mine
when it was a prospect hole and it is
now a splendid showing."
The .deal -just consummated places 76
percent of tho stock in tho hands on
Mr. Costello, though tho leal purchaser
is a New Yoik capitalist. The stock is
understood to have cost $350,000. The
smelter is running L15 tons of ore a day,
and at onco there is to bo added to the
works another furnace and a battery of
converters similar1 to those now used by
ths Copper Queen company, for tho ore
isitpiesent shipped as matte, with a
loss of 38 per cent of dead weight in
transportation. "Until the converters
are placed in position, the matte 19 to
bo,shipped out in bond fiom the mines
to) tho Agua Caliento smelters. It is
ateo repotted that a road will be built
frpm Naco to the rnine when it will
encircle it and tap several tributary
mineral districts. It' is possible that
tile plans' will bo altered so that tho lino
will connect with the broad gauge road
nbw beinft fciuveyed for the Copper
Qneen company from Naco to Nucobaria
.til 1 on to tl.i' m ', ot (.' ' i 1 i 1
t- inciiml -tic 'i'lofi who :" mi
!"in Austin, r -...v, says adis-j ,t.d in tho 2,1 . ai'j W. C. u.-ii, u
ipH.J .VKs, lewivfit how; taijiht ironxMhwu in Luh .itr; (,ieor;TO Mik eil, .ur
Bisbee T.ransfer Company,
Freiilil. 'luggage and Express Delivered to any vart
-: of the CUjf.
Prompt Service amd Cguick Delivery.
Assayer and Chemiat,.
WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed (n commiHsion. Mines examined
and reported on. Corrtnpondenco solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
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XHt X KJJV, I4.I J.
r , I'uilnorU
:n Street, Tuccn. Arizona.
' ' .i.indt tatc oi '
in hi mP tn. one ri,,
udi. cavalry !. il j.'.t t
u t, Mex
,-n of Mexi-
it theie and
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MMicr , .U'KW...
KENNEY BROS, Proprietors.
'Eneshtieef Mutton,1 Pork, Veal, Sims
sages, etc. Choice Cuts of Meals
: Only. Fresh Bread Daily.
GeSds Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town-
Upper Irtaiii St., Bisiicc.
''p : : Janies F. Trotter,
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor ai.'i Ci-il lCn,-tncer
SURVEYING IN ALL IT3 BRANCiU.
Office !: Wallnce IIutlUti: iv-.!i'e.
C. A. NEWS
fX-OuJ.. 5 Bi '" ', Arizona
'Xinner, Plumber and Sheet 'Metal Worker
started on Its way to the upper waters
of the Yaqui river in the state of Sono
ra, and that ifr'is evidently the intention
of theso troops to enter tho Yaqui coun
try from the north and drive the war
ring braves out of their strongholds
where they are rapidly gathering in
largo force, One body of the rebellious
Indians havo fortified themselves in the
Bacatete mountains, between the Yaqui
and Mayo livers, and an effoit is being
made to keep the two forcis of warriors
apart.s It is known, however, "that the
two divisions aro in communication by
meahQ1 of couriers and it is feared that
the Indians are planning to draw the
Mexican soldiers into an ambuscace.
Wafchington, Aug. 8. General Miles
is anxious that tho new regiments being
raised for eervico in tho Philippines
shall no especially efficient with small
arms land an order was 6ont to the
commander of each regiment directing
that target practice be tho chief feature
of the instruction given tho soldiers.
A Mut'.i? Tells I!".v he b.v.i r j
I am tbf mother of eight rhildiui and
hae liB'l a jri -it deal of ixitu nco with .
! inodiriiH-rf. J rl 11 . . my iiU'-
Uli; 1 n i- ! I 1 l .' ds ji'i 'v 111 i' v. -t
ioim. We thought sho would die. 1
tiied everything I could think of, but
nothing seemed to do her good. I saw
by an advertisement in our papor that
Chainberlaiu'H Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Pvoint'dy was highly recommended,
and sent and got 11 Lottie at once. It
proved to lie one of tho very bet medi
cines wo over had in the house. It saved
my little luiughtor's life- I am anxious
for every mother tb know what an ex
cellent medicine it is. Hal I known it
at flnit it mould iiavo wived meagieat
deal of anxiotv and my little d-uMet
,., -,., . niii Yours truly, Wro. Geo.
,' I- , ';, I iberty, K. 1. - For oalo at
I ).(. ) n to. A
, i,v.. nsm Cuiu clues dvspop-
,l ,, 1 ingredients are bueli thai
,,,,-,! !! .use. "Tho public can
,.:' ,,, ,, ...unnsli'i leinedy for all
',1, ,,,!,, 4, , iFiugfrom Imperfect diired
' ,,.. 1 lw1 M. TlioimiH, M. D., in
' u .i. ' 'Ull,ul i IIcallll. ' Y'
1 ,j t, r (r t i htore.
j tvnii siptrr.
I ,,,, tin "i wall pipor 18 tho veiy
1 iti,. to 'tl.
t f Ptioei.ijc.
'f mo ihi ' i.i tlic lVtirci.iran.li-' is h
.idi ,s the ('a: "t e.i prupi rtj , ian t
b fully estimated ' now. A Denver
mining man who recently visited the
m,no and who is not interested in
-eiiher ono of the properties, says "That
lie deposits of copper oro already in
Eiiht arc immense,.-and there i3 enough
ridi slag to keep a large smelter running
fora long time."
northern Colorado is tho scene of a
w'ir between the theop and cattlemen.
On Monday last, cays the Colfai; Stock
mai, four horsemen carefully disunited,
bojh as to person and their horses, rode
int) some large flocks of sheep belong
indto the Warren Live Stock company,
of JCheyenne, which were then being
grapu along Two Mile creek, about
twjnty-four miles from Storling. Tim
mei were well aimed and shot and
kiled 150 sheep, and badlj crippled
twinty-five more, it is reported 11I30
tint two sheep herders wero b.ully be.it
eibjbut tltia cannot be verified. Lown
coujty authorities aro hard at woik and
hop) to bring tho porpetiators to jus
tice! Tho trouble has been browing lor
eopie time and results Horn sir inability
toptisfactorily divide the open range.
TIuTO is 110 nliotif, ..i t- ""i'l
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t !.t 'i 1. I.i tv lui ' i ' . ' of
r "i A F'Mgrhtf ill fl..:uJer
ill fjfteti 1 uso " U'Hibl-1 P.u: ,
1. f'ut or Unu .j 1 nckle.'i'rf Afi:
t 'o best u 1 mi 11! 1, will k...
thobain and promptly I13.il it. Caret
Old.fii.ros, Fever Sores, Ulcorc, lloilsi
Fe ns, Corns, till Skin Eruptions;
IV Vile cuio on 0 trth. Only 25 cts . a
1q: CQro guaranteed. Sold by tho
Biiiko Drag Store an 1 Copper Quoen
The Furniture Department an
nounces the arrival of an immense
line of Furnituretwo full car loads
of nothing else but Furniture of the
Furniture is no more exempt
from the dictates of fashion than are
other classes of merchandise, so each
succeeding season finds new inv
provements that mark manufactur
ing progresses! ight, but, important
changes in shape or finish that dif
ferentiates Furniture with style
.ahmrt If, from cheap ordinary Fur
niture It costs no more to get
the stylish, excellent,
durable Furniture. .Its
10 knowing; when anil
wjhere to buy. THE
TIME to buy is NOW,
the PLACE is HERE. ' '
Mm k Jaco Daily Stage. ;
denlunu of l&ii.
Ijaven Bisbee at !) a. 111. every day.
"veaatKiu'Oat 11a. m.
aves Naco at 1! p. in.
drives ut lilaheo at 5 p. m. '
(;o at-Hoo.ioo rftoro, Main Str 1
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tes. M. BLEWETT
fcy A FUbr. LINK OF
Iron Bedc, double and three-quarter size, enameled
in white, blue ant) olive green, brass trimmings $5.00 and
from that up to $A7-5.
Bed Room suits in birch, maple, oak and mahogany
finish, $6.50 to $40.00 a suit:
Children-'s beds and cradles in wood .and enameled
iron. Little Beds, little prices.
Tabic of solid oik, in two lengflis, six knd eight feet.
v '.ia:r.s 'id -j k, uiue ated, $1.50 each, $8.50 for set of six
vSide-bo v!:; . ,. ' china 1 Ustc many styles.
Rockers in wood, upholstered and rattan the new
est conceits in finish and shapes. Such auassortment that
the picking out of anyone as best is difficult, $2.50 to &io.gd.
Swing Rockers, oak finish, $2.00 and $2.50.
Dressers, commodes and washstauds odd pieces in
Oak, mahogany, maple and white enameled.
Tables, cabinets, (Clipboards, safes and all orts oT
Kitchen V uruiturc. . ,
N0TK.-A discount 'of ten per cent will be allowed
ourcluiscrs of Refrigerators. This price concession -is to
make the cdlxyiug of any over until next sesson -veryv
B'3W; aears Rinnsip i
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