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BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING", AUGUST 9, 1899
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-w livnt KlirJ Ifnmmny
WE must have room for Our Fall and Winter
Stock, and in order to do this, will inaugurate one
of the greatest clearing sales ;ver recorded in this
section. ' I
Ladies' white uudtrskiils
tost from 60c up.
Ladies' crasli skirts from
Ladies' and Children's colored base, the Topsy brand,
worth 35c and 2S- cut to 15c.
Men's 'Tan shoes legular price $?.j;o, tut t $150. I
roy,'s colored shoes, sixes .'3 to 5, regular price f2.oQ g
cut to $160. f
1ly X fr ? 1 " t.
5'OyS i CUIUS SHOeS, rUJUCl
All me JBaiance 01 uukhs uut in iropra.
I If ,you want to save lfloaey on your purchases,
I this is positively the grandest oppoituuity ever
I offered; I
.Lots for Sale $ at Naco, Ariz.
Title Guaranteed? Prices Reasonable.
K&pj)hj in Person or by Letter to
Finest&itsEu-rnoiits in the City,
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Horses boarded bj' the week, day or month. Horses
bought and sold. Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains. Good service. ....
s Upper Main Si. - EHlsbec, Arasosia
Bisbee fc Transfer Company,
Freight. &a,ggcie and Express Delivered to any vart
, ..,- f l0 Glty.
Prompt Serr2ce cisad fluids delivery.
43RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
' Mining properties placed mi cotnmisaion. Klines examined
and reporteil on. Cornj-poiidcncu tolicited. All v.oik
promptly attended to'. - '
N; P.' WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tncson, Arizona-
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' Fresh Beef Mutton,-Pork, Veal, Saas
l" sages, etc. Choiee Cats of Meats
Only. Fresh -Bread Daily.
Goods Delivered Free to
" Upper T.lain
James F, Trotter,
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Offlce In Wallace UnlHlliur SKle, Arlwim
C. A. HE
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Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker
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TiM GK1FF1TII, Proprietor.
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All Paris of the Town-
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Fresh From the Wires from All
W.hip':1on, .Mijr. 0. Mfiinr-OSpniutu
I.IUlt'lt It to i .lVvi Uin.WlMIld 01 t!l tho
".tv..i y t:oopn in tlio Philippines when
the active P.inipf.ign opens in the full.
Tlio plan of campaign decided upon .by
-Major-General Otis contemplated "ft
larger ueq of cavalry than in the last
campaign. He alreanv has in the Phil
ippinoft Hie ontiie Fourth Cavalry. Flo
liastetn authon"d to organize or., of
tuo p oimm i n;in . - in ihe Philip-:
pines 3b f.ial'j, u'ht lojppnina
of theThii-d-Cnvulty aie under ordeffi)fy vtiUiout increasing liv iiuantHy of
or Mmi;'j. It is pobablo that ot ho,
let'iuienta vw'l tesento t so as to ive
U ieni! Luituu a -tio g eavaliy f r (?.
JVa l.mgi m Mi,"-. ' The ctatn ('
partraent has received fiom the Italian
authorities a copy of the complete re
port made hy the Marquis Romano,
secietary of tlio Italian embassy hereon
his personal-investigation of tho aecent
lynching of five Italians at TallUlah, La.
The report presents the affair in a
.serious light. As a whole the Italian
authorities viev the matter of the
! nching as one' of unusual atrocity and
without mitigating circumstances which
had been urged in previous affaiis of
ih is kind.
Washington, Aug. 9. Tho war de
partment is making every effort to
comply with tho recent request of Gen
oral Oti3 for a mnnbei of machine guns
in crder that they may reach linn in
time for the campaign which is expected
to open with tliediy season. Ihe Ue
paitment has decided not to cend to the
Philippines the Sim-Dudley guns but
will confine tho selection to the types
now in use in the army. v
iicine, a,i. l) -- 1 lie counsel ti'
Drti ui met iodn a' 1 j i wiu'fc i
luiiut' yhm int' 'lt.iiid ui tne hum "itt-
pat! and consului
.f ivet of the afi.in
Wli UK" J'lO j. ll
'Inev went Uitnj i
aUor thCi haJ exainintu tne dutu i 'Qg
of the secret dossier in the judges' loom".
Tliey do not see any possibility of icpeat
ing the.judgment of 1801.
Birmingham, Ala , Aug. 9. The con
test in Kentucky may have an import
ant bearing on the status of the United
States senate on silver which is now a
tic.lt tho gold senator of Kentucky and
one in Louisiana are xi is placed by silver
men it would givo the silver forces two
Dubuque, Iowa, Aug. 9. Manager
Houseman today matched Tommy
llvan, of Syracuse, and Jack Moffatt, of
Chicago, to bos for the welter weight
championship of the world.
A' Mother Tells How She Saved Her
"Little Daughter's Life.
I am the mother of eight childien and
have had a great deal of experience with
medicines. Ivift summer my little
daughter had the dysentery. in its worst
I'onn. Wo thought the sould die. T
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i hot-ciKcm Jtv.a i il i nun lined
ami s'lit .nnl "it a i itu it on i. Il
cities we uvor had in tho ltotiso. It suvud
my litllo unughUn't hie. 1 .un unxious
for every mottior to know what an ex
cellent medicine it is. Hal I known it
nt first it mould huvo baved me a Kiu.it
deal o anxiety and 111 little (luuhtei
much sufiering. Youri truly.f.lrs. Geo.
F. Burdick, Liberty, It. I. Fo. s.Ue at
Biabee Dtuu stoio. A
lvodol Dyspepsia Cme ouiea dvapap
aia beuaupo its inyieiliu.itH 1110 bucIi that
it can't help dotnz so. " Th i publiu ca"
ri'ly upon itus 11 huhU'i loni'id for all
dhoxlors arising fiom imperfect di;e3
tion." J.unes M. Thomas, M. I)., i"
American Journal of Health, is". Y.
Copjier (iueen store.
Our lino of wall paper is tho voiy
latest, being designs of 1893.
Aumi'Sr Jo ..is
IliiroiiTd from Paris Eny that Tu L'aty
do Clam is ill with a liver attack.
Maybo do Clam'u Kiill has "hiisted."
Tlio gall of tho average French army
officer is his principal claim to dic-iuclion.
Controlling Laws in Political Economy,
First Theie is no such thing as in
trinsic value. There in hut one kind of
value in economics, viz: purchasing
power. ;.-f, '
Second All money, including gold, is
"Pi it" Ruo-. AM mo Ktv i created by
luw, edict, "il.it, '' 01 sovciiinicnt.
Third Demand and supply make and
confol all values.
Foiuth Cut down the quantity of
money in circulation one-half (other
conditions remaining unchanged) and
pneeoof wheat, cotton anuotlier tqings,
as a whole, will fall one-half.
'Filth double the quantity of money
in ci jniat 11 1 tlii-i l i iitioi" remain
ing Uni lrui,,t' t an ! pines ;t tha ro-pk-'t.
rirodm ts U ii ie.
V hiAih 1) mum otlu 1 ' ni-9 of jrop-
money m circulation, wd puces of the
people's products will iftll one-hali.
evfiii" iii'ie is 10 u ii ttung in
I M,aIt ,,e ..50, c, t aoinr .- i
th. i il'le ul th ' in I il i uill ir . m idi
of that controls its value as money; it is
the fact that it is a dollar, and is legal
tender, that gives it its value as money.
Eighth The men who havo so much
to eay about 50-cent dollars are passing
them, right now, for 100 cents thus
proving their statements untrue.
The foreuoing elementary principles
of political economy are sanctioned by
all the great writers on money for 1500
years past, and the great money lenders
of Europe ot today. Anybody ca i figure
from the above eight propositions
whether we should restore silver and
have "more money and les misery" or
not. George Prentiss.
It was in the good old days when tho
nanatorof this story was legaided as
quite a respectable young man, in tho
beautitul citj' of. Philadelphia. Ho was
young and innocent in those halcyon
days, and the first dinner party he went
to puzzled him just a little. In the
best parlor were nscetnbbd about a
dozen of the Unest ladies that Philadel
phia had ever produced, and they wore
gotten up or down in the most deco
leto style. "Guess I've gotten into the
wrnntr room!" he murmured to one of
tin i'. . i- id 'a '! u .-til
tb'H'h l i etii.ijj.' i' iim'ii ' de
OPi.e.l,"' uwi i (!)(. i H th a
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ill oiieu cauto a liomblo liurn,
Scald, Out or Hruisc. Bucklon's Arnica
Suhe, tho best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
Old Soros, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Emptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 23 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by the
Bsibee Drug Store and Copper Queen
A-saioof a-- group of mines in 'the"
Aubery distiict has been made to the
Midas Mining and Milling company by
E. Ogden and Law Blakely. The Midas
Mining and Milling company is an
organization composed of AV. G.
Blakely, G. F. Sheldon, Harry McUomb
and Peter Schaefi'er. Messis. Sheldon
and Schacffer aie in Kingman. The
new con'prny will put in a mill on the
Big Sandy, and will immediately begin
development work o-i tho newly acquir
ed pioperty. M'.veis. Sheldon and
Sfhacffer aie residents of Lo3 Ancelos,
but will look aftei thebasinesd intetotts
of tho company at this point. The
mines aie excellent properties, and by
judicious management ouht to Do
bi ought into tho dividernl-pinlncin"
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Oil, Food rift sue
Horses boarded by the
.day, week or month. Rigs
' "furnished on short notice.
HOUdlJS TYXWN CVRK or AT KATfi? TO
ficrssa Bought and Sola
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Z 5ltHEA3V& CO., Tro;
MRS. M. BLEWETT
A FULL LINK OF
noicste ana nn Furnisninas m
Tho Furniture Department an
nounces the arrival of an immense
line of Fismituretwo full car loads
ng 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 im
provements that mark manufacturing-
progresses! ight, but, important
changes in shape or finish that dif-t
ferentiates Furniture with style
about It, from cheap ordinary Fur--niture
t costs no
durable Furniture. Its
in knowing when a?nd
where to buy. THE
TIME to buy is NOW,
the PLACE is HERE.
Iron Eeds, double and
in white, blue and olive green,
from that up to $27.50.
Bed Room suits in birch, maple, oak aucj.. mahogany
finish, $16.50 to $40,00 a 'suit.
Children's beds and cradles in wood and enameled
Little Beds, -little prices.
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est couceits in finish and shapas. Such auassortment that
the picking out of any one as best is difficult, $2.50 to $io.od
Swing Rockers, oak finish, $2.00 and $2.50.
DresserSj-commodes and washstands odd. pieces-nn-oak,
mahogctuy, maple and white enameled.
Tables, cabinets, cupboards, safes and all sorts of
NoTii. A discount of
purchasers of Refrigerators.
make the carrying of, any
1 s Ki 8- 75 s ot f?i "5? i
J r a n I! v. tl R S a H H tin a I
he Copper "Q
more to get
three-quarter size, enameleci
brass trimmings $j.oo 'and
iwoieufttlts,x and eight ieet.
-i.oecTi.'K'gSs (or set oi six.
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oud, phv.ocred .and rattan the new
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lea per cent will be allowed
This prioe concession is to'
-over until next season very