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BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY .EVENING, AUGUST 17, 1899.
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Cutting ! !
On All of OUR Summer Goods as
:e must make room for OUR Fall
Stock. -Come and See some of the
Astounding Bargains We Offer,
Fresh From the Wires fredu AH
Kinsman, An.., Aug. 17
silver-lead camp of Chloiideisall excite
ment vml onthueiustn today over the.
complotioiiof Hhe Aiizona & Ujtah rail-'
road. Visitors were welcomed bv Judge
Wilbur Brakemau, after wlrieh Yico
President McCanuico spoke of the great
nd"antaRe the railroad would be to the
camp in maikuing of oies. Miss M .
kndei drove ,uo silver fiiki id.
Jiennes, Am, 1 I e couit martial
of Dicyfua wad continued tins morning.
Major Carrie-e, tlie representative of
Laving icfused to'
f the jxovei njBttiil,
asjie o an adjoinrmont of tlie ''ase un
Lieutenant Luna liaa received word
Jiat lltt tlnny-lourtli Hejiment has
flvh'n rucrniled to its full strength. Fie
1 'II continub enlisting men here ant)
-!, 1 11 "'"'-wherf, Iml all nun h.'reifter will In
m'ki iteri -,iii iiuiii'iun ' i."
vtuJ n LVrt in'an, and they will be
MNifcuilthe Thirty-third volunteer
!Hifantir4Xieutonant Luna will go to
I'rescottynja few days, where a recruit
ing ofllajwjll be opened. He is highly
pleased with his work in this territory
and 82Y& recruiting in Arizona has been
easier than in i ny other Bection. He
i nk i,,(. s i.i r its valu.ililo assis
tance to him in 1 i woik. Lieutenant
l.imft says the '1 itv-fouith will sail
foriluuila about eutcmher 20. Phoe
nix uaittp. ;
A JloUicr TelU How She Saved Her !
Miile Daughter's Life.
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"No'thlpg is''EO provoking to the nver3go man ns to buy a
new suit of clothes and iind that they do not fit. Suits
, made in my shop
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Tliat'is one satisfaction you have in dealing'witlrme;
anothtr is, that you always get the best of goods, firs,t
cla68 work, and leasouable prises.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ' '
.A.CHACIPAQNP, The Bisbee, Tailor.
Mb im fii life
TIM GRIFFITH, Proprietor.,
Finest Turnouts in the City,
Hoises boaidvu llic week, Uvty or moiilli. ITorbes
"bought and sold, Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains Good seivice, ....
tipper. Maiai &t.
Bisbee, Transfer Com party,
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K' " i '&lGbjl$?ct'a'6 .Wirf JExprj&ss'Daliverq&to ctinj vart
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Prompt Service and Quiclt Delivery.
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RELIABLE WORK ATnODERATE- PRICES.
Mining properties plnced cm commiseion. Mines ojcVmiueu" "
,. (itfppd, re.portpd , on. CorreapomU'iiee solicited. All work
"' proinptlv 'attendf 1! to l i
W' N. P; WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson; Arizona:-
Forineilv of (yonn & Wool, Denver, Colo. '
fuaU- ' miry lmMTinrir m wn nwii iimw ii ii r i f i t rirnr ihiiihu.h.. ...i iuwji
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e uaiiiornia MarKe
til 'oiiilav, wtiicli w
M. DoMange,'CounEel for the prisoner,
o ving to the muiderous attack upon M.
Labori. A'featuie of today's pioceed
ings was the story of the sufferings of
Captain Dreyfus on Devil's island, the
piison off the coast of French Guiana, j
Dreyfus weft in court when the clerk
lead the details of his incarceration.
M. Labori lias passed a better night.
He had soice sleep and his condition is
more reassuring. The assailant of the
lawyer has;not vet been captureu.
Washington, August 17. Secretary
Root has' been in consultetion with the
oflbers of tlie quartermaster department
with aviciv to ins ecting the movement
of tlie Philippine reinforcements, and
he has directed that four transports be
chartered4 They ae the Pueblo, Bel
gian Kinij, Columbia and Charles F.
Nelson, fit id expected these vesads
will be riady to sail for Manila y Sep
tember 10. It is the secretary's desire
that thejentire body of reinforcements
maj jiaih the PhiMppines duilrtg the
jnons1. 1 Octobei. It is now boliewd
"in, , of tiifcf ten legiments will ti.ve
lauue 1 .it Mau'U by ttie time Hie J
ee."oi. "puns. A short an I eucccsaiul
cdnipaitii. of tins now army would of
course obn'c tbi necetsitj of sendiuy
any additional volunteers to the Philip
pines,' and the plans under ,considera
tionutthewar department are aaid to
be predicated on that idea.
London, Au. 17 The Phoenix, an
afternoon paper, states that Mrs. Lang
tiy was manied secretly in Jersey,
July 29, to tiir Hugo B. Gerald de Bathe,
sou of Bir Henry Percival do Bathe, an
other brother of Lady Cro-isiy. Accord
ing to the paper the newly married
couple ate now in London enjoying
Leghorn, Aug. 17 Admiral Dewey's
depar.uie for Floience has been inde-J
finitely postponed, as the admiral is
still disposed. Many oJlkiala have
visited tlie Olympia since she has been
A Night Of Terror.
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j!i d lor i I am tn mother ol eitit eiiuaren an.'
have had u gieatdealof cipouv.m.e wit'
medicines. Last summer my little
daughter had the dysentery in its worst
foim. Wo thought she would die. I
tried everything. I could think of, but
nothing seemed to do her good. I saw
by an advertisement in our paper that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
lhoeaEemedy was highly recommended,
and sent 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 anfanxious
for every mother to kuow what an ex
cellent medicine it is. Hal I known it
at first it mould liave saved me a gi eat
deal of anxiety and my little daughter
much suffering. Yours ti uly,Mrs. Gep.
F. Burdick, Liberty, R.-'I." "For sale at
Bisbee Drug stoie. A
KCNNKY B-'OS, Proprietor?
Fres-h lirch Mutton. I'nrk. I'rtil. S,ij-
'wVoiffi.'.tMiii,.,! t..-,L. .. ,a ,.,...
Only.' jf'V'i!.'), JJfcart Z)(viij'."
Goodsi;Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town.
Upper TKain St., UittTjcc.
James: & Trotter,.-..
' Unite'd States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
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SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCH B.
Oflicv in Wiisincc iiumituir
$&. A. NEWMAN, --St
Tinner, Plumber and Slicet Metal Worker
Second SKaud coda j::i";3it ar:d Sold,
"Awful anxiety was felt for the wid
ow of the brave General Burnham of
Machiits, Mo., when the doctors said
jtho could not live till morning" writes
Mm i I I .ik i w no ,i t ii1 ' 1 '"
i tint icarlul night ' tli n I i
must soon die fioin I'.i.'umom i i ui hi
lgged for Dr. K nj'd New Died vn",
i-a ing it had moit. tli.ut onte saved iter
life, and had iuuhI hei of ('oii8Uiajfion
Aitir thief1 email iIdsih bw blt-pt c.i'-iK
,U1 night, and Us l iiit ei uaucouinleu.i
cured her." This inaiveloua medicine
is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Cheit
nud JiUiig Dibea-ea. (JtAyWt and $1.00.
Trial bottles frej at tlie Bisbee Drug
Stoic and Copper Queen Co.
. An exchange says: ''Your month is
the front door to your face; it ii thu
apeituio to the old stouu;5 ot your
anatomy. Some mouths Joik liku
peaches and ere m and soma lik-j a hole
in a brick wall to aunt a door or .i win
dow. The mouth is a hot-be.l of tooth
aches and the hung hole of or.iloiy. It
is the crimson isln to your livdr. It ii
ratriotisin's fouuuin and tojl ehedt fof
pie. Without a mouth a politician
would be a nriiidi'ier upon the fact) of
tho uaitlMttiil go down to un nnhonoied
giuvo. Jtis tho grocer's friend, the
orators piide and the dentist's hope. It
puts some men on the rostrum and
somoinj.ul. It is temptation's lunch
counter when attached to a maiden,
and tub'icco's friend when attached
to a man; without it uiarriol life would
bo n Bumtnor dream and a dude would
loso half ot his. attiaitton. !
There was to hare been a wedding in
this city Sunday night, but the event
was not -"pulled off" The bride elect
(but later on the bride defeated came
all th? way fioin Michigan, to find a
husband. Her, ideas, however, were
entirely too exalted for the pocket book
of her intended, ai)d after discussing
the matter three davs and failing to se
cure; th- conn--'ion demanded, she
u ' -r.'in and iPturnod to her
hoiit " 'utt-n room houie hantlisoxiielr
ftitoiMied, an art eouaro ur the dining
Table and Stand Covers.! UST0M TAILORING.
Of i Cotton Cim.' mit("-ul f inid
and embroidere.i with Gilt Cord as only
tho patient Japanese can dp it, in
delicate shades of Pink, Blue, Green
and Yellow. These are distinctly suin-"
mer table covers and arc cool and com-
Three kinds as an index to many more?
all equally good Linen Values r
Damask Towels, 19x42, knotted fringe,
blue borders and Bolid white.
3oc elch, $3.25 a doz
DamaskTowfelBr' 22x49, kVotted fringe,'
border of blue and green, and yellow
35c each, $3.5o a doz
Huck Towelp, 20x44, damask figured
and -satin finished.
40c e'eh, $4.25 a doz
Ready Made Sheets.
20c each, $?,.2Q a dcen
OI a good, firm material; torn,- not cut,
and finished with a deep hem :
60c each, 6.00 a doen
65c each, $6.50 a dozen
loom aaid iwo bottle ot beet 4siiy were 45XS3 2 Pillow Cases,
among the demands made, and the
groooi to-)', who leahzed that he had
"bitten off more than he could chew,"
concluded to remain single a while
longer, got out ot tho matter as graceful
as possible and has not resumed his
usual labors under giound.
Ivodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dvspe,p
Bia because its ingredients are such that
it can't help doing se. "The public can
rely upon it as a master remedy for all
disorders arising fiom imperfect diges
tion." James M. Thomas, M. D., in
American Journal ' of Health, N. Y.
Copper Queen store.
Fly's Photograph Gallery opposite
residence of Wm. Hairis, Brewery
EI Paso, Texas.
Tho modem business training school of the
iwo Couitsna: Bun nosi. uml Short hium
einbruclKsr Uook-keeplntr, Arithmottef Cm
niercial Lav., Hiisluoss Wiltiny. Spoiling.
Lottor Wiitiiifj, Itupiil Culoulutliitf, Huslness
Pnnoianiid Lo,al Founs, hhoitlmml, Typo
writiiifir, Ofllco 11 ui nl 111; In ltotutlliitf. VIiolo
Kuloinsr, CoinmUslon, Htmlilnir I'J Actual
Wm offer tho superior nuVuntuse of ti16ft
ilUl (iulpinont anil pniKouul iimtriietlnu un-
in, 11 .imiiii'
Br Ii 1 1 ran .
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A tntle premature, perhairt, bulthis
is merely to suggest that we are ready
with" Fall Samples ol all that is best
and proper iu- materials, forMten'
Promptness in delivery and complete
ness in assortment are some of the
advantages' tor-be derived from, an earlt
selection. v B v -
Trousers, from . 4.00.
Soft Bosoms, Collars and CuCs attach-!
ed. The gooaness of these shirts should
sell them, but thare's' and additional
incentive in the prices:
$1.25, I.5l and 2.O0 forShlrU,
the former pri. of which were $1.75
We've corralled a lot of Men's Ties-s
Ho... 1 k ... t r' ..1. 1 .r. v ........ u.-jw
....!.. w.i, ni iiiicj iiiii 'in tiauuQ'
and leeks. The shapes, patterns anJ
colorings of the Ties are all right, but all
there are not many of a kin I left, we vj
-bianded new prices on
25c eacl no
Men's Straw Hats-Choose from th
Best, at $1.50.
Men's Crash Siiits-$4.00..
Boys' Wash Suits-$1.25 to2.Q0
Women's Shirt Waists-50c to' 1.25
Colored Lawns, 8ca;yard.
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tulili-.! ptl l
Fresh- Kansas City iieats
Constantly on Hand.
We Cater to all CSuSScs.
Private Parties cuul Ban
quets a, Specialty.
Nothing but white help employed.
CJivc Ua a Call. .
Omer Barker, Prop.
Bie & Naco Daily Stap.
Leaves Bisbee nt f) a. in. every day.
Anives at Naco at 11 a. m. i
Leaves Naco at 3 p. in.
Airivoa ut Bisbeo at 5 p. m.
OUiiai at IIdiIio Sto-e, Main Street
Of the makinK of roap there is no
end, but this has to do with a new soap
that is aa different as 'can be hunt soap
made for uso anywhere and every
where. ThiB is an exclusive soap, made
r thM iuiln.ii' u pi t a ' f ! tfic
I iil it i (.ul. i' to lias u moii li
.iti.(i-t Im in I ''-I t 1 and Inn in-ie-s
1 tcaiiw it i- pui.e. It' o Kood we
tail it t'lt,
" Copper Queen Somp.'
i'Ui, II l.l l.ilici .11. ll
Luiudiy P.irpoio's. . . "
l'ry it and ho pleasantly 6tti priced-
At the Grocery Counter..
Hero's the first hint of -Fall
the Shoe Stnre. rt ,
A Shoo for Women, made of Vel
Calf. A leather-as soft as vicitnd
ruperior to vici'in mat it win not p
r.,. i i i i i ..
im u uaiiu wen snoe, maue on a mi ,-W.As&a
t . .. .. . .. 4",.ra3
inZT i mnnnifli. o hiui or. ..r. .' -e '
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hint to 111 tkt' i' A iim1 .i mil nt
-hoi, eepucitll whprotluif i r hi
ii'nii. Hie urarotui anil t i
H"u,itce so etjtenttal in wouu'n's .
w not hit l.'.nir oithti.
..o a Fa,!
Tho same style Shoo on the' same
in vici kid for those who prefer iV,
$3.50 A PAl
...Infant Moccasins made of a
fliiped cloth sewed on -to so(t,.l?a
doles, fur tops and tie I with rili
Cute little foot coverings for cuto
teet. 75 c A PAlVt:
The Copper Quee
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