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On All of OUR
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we-nrastmake room for OUR .fall
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Stock. Come and See some of the
Astounding Bargains We Offer.
"THE
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gagLte-.-KbL&t Fit,
jtt? Nothing ia to provoking to the nvorage man as to buy a
now suit of clothes and find that they do not lit. Suits
made in my fihop
.la-s .
That is one satisfaction you have in dealing- with me;
another i9, that you nlvyays gut the best of goods,. first
class woik, and reasonable pii3es.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. CHAMPAGNE, The Bisbee, Tailor?
Pie lift W 11
TIM GRIFFITH, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the City,
wi mi iwiii ii'i t wn i-nrwTTTt
Horses boarded by the week, Cay or month. Horses
bough tind sold, toiriplete "Hack service. Hacks Trill
meet all trains. Good service. ....
Upper Main St.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, baggage and Express Delivered to any vart
of the
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Prompt Service and- Quick -Belivery.
. " Assayed and Chemiat,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placet! in commission. Mines examined
and reported on. CorrcBpoiideneo solicited. All work
, , promptly attended to.
'-N. P. WOOD,' 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona.
Formorlv of Cono t.': Wool, Denver, Colo.'
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The California
KENNEY HK
Fresh Beef Mnlhn, Voik, Veal. Srtus
.da&es, olo. .-.! ' iiabs of Meals
Only. FrtMb & read Daily. -
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' Gcods Delivered Free to
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'Upper m'uin
: James P.
v-TJnitpd States Deputy Mineral
SURVEYINQ IN ALL
omce In Wallace itulitltMK
C. A. NEWm
Tinner, Plumber and
Second Hand oiiI
BISBEE
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Summer Goods as
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Bisbee, Arizona
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5, Proprietors.
All Parts of the Town- $
St., Oxsbcc.
Trotter,
Surveyor aud Civil Engineer
1T5 BRANCHES.
I?:sJjc. Arizona.
O- K. Street,
a Bisbee, Arizona.
Sheet Metal Worker
Sojtuhl and Bold.
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ARIZONA. MONDAY
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TWO GOOD GAMES-
Morenci and Bisbseiyide
Yesterday's "Honors-
Upwnida of fifteen hnndrod people
went down to the base bill roundji
near the stock yards, yesterday"! iglj.
ivesj the game of base bail between
Morenci and Bisbee. '
After some delay the first game was
callo 1 at 9 :10 o'clock, with Morenci at
the bat. The visitors were retired in
one, two, threeorde, and for six innings
D01 ut li i l tln'iii gne-Miing. Two rnh8
were lit ih' M ) fiici boi could yet in
tlm -seveniU aftei caueiife'raoio tiaui
work Ttit'yfiigitin st'oretl. one run in
the in itliuitCi ouh' iervcleer phiym.
1 -lue'rit ratki'iit puop,lim 'Uiilonpy,
) nidiind t'i l.trs in ttu secouil
inning, which made thohiot run duiing
thi3 g.ime. Cronk, .Graf and Delaney
each got a run in the fifth, when1 the
score stood 4 to 0 in our favor. At the
clofo of this inning the crown nearly
went wild.
Bisbee again netted two runs in the
lucky seventh and two in the ninth,
making the scoro 8 to 3, in our favor
The gme was well played throughout,
anil but tor a few instances, when wrang
ling seemed to be in order, there was
nothing in the game that was not inter
esting. SFXOND OAJtE.
The elite of BUbee turned out en
masse- to encourage oar boys in thefrj
second ?ame with MoiencT, and at no
time during this game was inteiest in
the game at an ebb. Our boys played to
win, and we have no complaint to make
about their not winnig this game. As
the ecoro will show it was anybody's
g-iine from start to finish.
Our boys started in with a lushand
seemed to find the ball at the start-off,
and oven after Morenci changed three
diffdient pitchers, we still kept landing
it right out -in the tall grass. Morenci
found "our Mike" in the first inniDif
mil toted fheiuuson him 1' i
wtii m the I o for in in the 'ecomt
tiiii..u.i wtUcjd UiraugJiout the te
miinlei 01 the line With tin ixC-p
tion ot making wveral inwci usable
muffs on easy fha at cutical times and
jawing at the ampue, Donov m pitched
good ball.
Tlie two teams see sawed each other
for eight innings when Bisbee went to
the bat with 17 to 21 with Morenci, or
four'runsto the good. With two men out
and two strikes Frank Graf cut the
ropes and let go the balloon and started
tho run getting for this inning. With a
beautiful single to deep center ho started
Cronk around the bases, Delaney fol
lowed and planted a nioe one over the
short Ptop'a head and bi ought Cronk
home. Delaney died on 3d baee. Don
ovan next up made a hit that gave him
four bases. Hauler made a nice clean
hit un I was followed by Maloney, who
hit the ball eo hard thoumpiiegave him
two bases, lloigler died at 3d. Lock
ling next up picked nut a nice one and
took two bag?, bringing Maloneyjioine.
Lockling had 11 walk down to second and
was advanced to third. Cronk hit out
a nice one and Lockling scoied. Cronk
was thrown out. going to second. The
score now etood 21 to 21.
For Morenci Poor, the fiist man up,
struck out, Poorman singled and walked
to second and stolo third.
It now looked as though wo would
1. ..... r i.iitu !- '., ,n as Van
border ha I twt t u e- tailed on him
But Van fooled them lie had hia t.,e o 1
the hall un pit, p 1 oii tli it lie s.uti t
linn niul brought in 1'ooi.u in a.itl Ui is
wining as hard a bought base ball g inie
as was over plaved 01 lr I) isj lull
gioun Is The following is the tabulat
ed scoro:
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MOKE NCI Pos,
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AIJGUST 2i, 1899.
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tf.un-1 i, 8; "Biabee, 8.
JJ&e hife Morenci 3, Bisbee 7 ; pissed
balif Gutf 5, Johnson 2; stolen bases
Bibco 4, Morenci 6; struck out-by
Donovan ia, Gregory 5; double play
Moloney to Twoomey; two-base hits
Dehuiey, Twoomey, J. Poorman. Urn-
fpire. J. l'uckett. Time of game, 2
liouic, 20 minutou.
STIIIKE OUTS.
Evei hardy was hit four times.
Do.novan'a home run set the crow
wild. '
Moid. Moore on the coach line was a
whole circus.
Jack alters stop and throw, to first
was nice work.
The double play Maloney to Twomey
in the fiist game caught the crowd.
sfho uuipuiiij; of liolh'gimea wa" is
god as eouhl bo hud any where. -
Orunk'a throw liflin Icit to hne vm,e
well done and caught the runner out. '
Monk Moore was hit over the he.irt
tt i pit lied ball and had to let.'e uom
plavin,: 'luiiii i'ic sw'ond gam.
Moore'p long drive to center field net
ted him three bases and was the long
est hit made during the two games.
J. W. Settle, cheif clerk to tho super
intendent of tho Detroit Copper Co.,
acted as scorer for the Morenci team
and C. F. Nichols likewise officiated for
the Bisbee boys.
V. B. Kelley, special correspondent
of the Arizona Bulletin, Bolomonville,
met tho Morenci boys at Bowie and
came ove and rooted for them. Kelley
is one of the push and helped out the
scores in this very irksome work. Ho
wilt accompany the team on their tour.
The Morenci team of base ball playeis
ia composed of as nice a lot of young
men as can be found anywhere and by
their gentlemanly conduct and clean
ball playing won for them many lasting
fiiendsin Bisbee. They weie royally
entertained by -our boys and nothing
was lelt undone to make their short
etay with us a very pleasant one. They
left last night fiir Tucson to play a
series of games there, whence they will
go back to Morenci.
Just received, a nice line in dinner
p?ts in decorated china ware, at B. F.
'jraham'1- t
The Phoenix llerikl of Saturday con
dentid kilhi.c of rulv Walsh, who lh
Jf;uU(. ReU kli0wn ,n Ullg cUy It SPem9
Andy wis on tin w y euit and fell fiom
the h'Mitheni Pieflic tram K'won
Maricopa and Casa Grande being in
stantly killed. Andy is a brother tol
Miss Maud Walsh, an employee at tie
Company, store, and also of Mrs. Allen
English of Tombstone. He is the son
of A. D. Walsh, who about a year ago
ran tho Can Can restaurant in this city.
Andy was a young man about 20 years
of age and spent his early childhood in
Tombstone. His many acquaintances
and friends are pained to hear of his
sudden demise and their sympathy is
.extended to his sibters in the hour of
their trouble.
A' Mother Tells How She Saved Her
Little Daughter's Life.
; I am the mother of eight childien and
have had a gi eat deal of oxpeiienco with
ipnedicines. Last summer my little
daughter had the dysentery in its worst
foim. We thought she would die. I
tiied everything I could think of, Ivit
nothing teemed to do hor good. 1 taiv
by an advertisement in our paper that
,Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoeallomcdy was highly recommended,
and 6ont and got a bottle at once. It
lUt t t 1 IK UIH f-l Ot'Cll nit li
mit w it , lu 1 in the house. It sued
1 Hi. til- 1 ui'ii'ti'i lih 1 am ansiou-
toi -i nio.ii 1 t) kno.v what ,n ex
Ce.lent inediuno it 1 I! .' ' known it
.'it hi st it mould hue caved me a gi eat
'eal of anxietv iml mv httl d .lighter
..un,n auhernig. "iours truly, Mis. Geo.
F. Burdick, Liberty, li. I. For sale at
Bisbee Ding store. A
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Time Table
Biste 6-Saco Daily Stow.
Leaves Bisbee at 0 a. m. every day.
Anives at Naco at 11 a. in.
Leaves Naco at 3 p. in.
Arrives ut Bisbee at 5 p. m. '
OihYo at ifoodon Stoic. Main Street
SOUTHWESTERN QUSINESS--COLLEGE.
El Paso, Texas.
Hi uioilorn Inifcltieas truliituc tohool of the
Souiliiut.
iwo CounSr..i: litis 110 .8 niul Short liiimt
einlii.icllij lioolcltcclilnt. Ailtliinollc, Coin
m.i.i.iul l.tltt. HllvhlUk4 WlitlllLT. Sliollllll.
Letter V'i ltltur, Kuplit Cnlouiutiiiir, Uiisiuo
l'uiieri ami l.crfiil l'onns, M101 tiuiiiti, xyno
w 1 Itln.'. OIUuo 1 1 iiiiilnir in Uetidlinir. Whole
snloiii.f, roiinnlloii, lliuiUing h Aotiui
llu-.liif.s Pi'ucllco.
Wk cilfor Iho supovlor mlvmitiuro of bilen.
tllil tiiulpii.ciit, niut poi.oiiulliiiti notion un.
iter tialiieil Hiieelullits. Wo pi epui o Rtntlpiitt
.for Die host lio.ltlonx which wohccuio. htu
dciiU "Hotno" hi connection. Wrlto forrntri.
oto rati 'Jural lusliis Scptonitior 1st. U
tub'U'ma W). U. II. COOK. Prln'l. '
THE
COPPER QUEEN
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Table and StanJ Cavers
Of a ! 'ot! n ("to il tt i
and tinbio.ucrc . ..wU. . -'- '" .
the patient Japanese can do it, in
delicate shades of Pink, Blue, Green
and Yellow. These are distinctly sum
mer table covers and are ool and com-
lt:C.o"i5 nl 85 els. m
TOWELS.
Three kinds as an index to many more;
all equally good Linen Values:
Damask Towels, 19x42, knotted fringe,
blue borders and solid white.
3oc e'eh, $3.25 a doz
Damask Towels, 22k49, knotted fringe,
border of blue and green, and yellow
and green.
35c each, $3.5o a doz
iluck Towel 8, 20x44, damask figured
and satin finished. .
40c e'cla, $425 a doz
Ready Made Sheets.
Of a good, firm material; torn, not cut,
and finished with a deep hem:
72x90 Sheets,
60c each, $6.00 a dozen
S1X90 Sheets,
65c each, $6.50 a dozen
if 5x83 3 ltlloA. Oases,
20ceadi, $2.20 a doen
Men's Straw HatsChoose f mm. the
Best, at $1.50,
Men's Crash Suits-$4.00.
Boys' Wash Suits-$1.25 to2,00
Women's Shirt Waists-50c to 1.25
Colored Lawns, 8c a yard.
o SOAP o
Of the making of soap thero U no
end, but this has to do with a new soap
that is ab diffeient as can be from soap
made for use anywhere and every-
loi thih i"i I. u!ar pbet u ti ter the
hard w itt leeuiiu i t.i i- ie on. I
'ithers tt nn'ri'in' in 1 i harm-le-s
becu'M 't i- y t . It'-1 ' jd e
tali it t.ie-
14 Copper Queen Soap."
Put up fjr Toilet, and
Laundiy Purpo.-ea
fry it aud be pleasantly eui prised.
At the Grocery Counter.
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triie Copper Queen
Consolidated
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NUMBER 201
STORE
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USTOM TAILORING.
V ' ' ' v" 11 . , t rl 1 pi- m. t this
is merely to suggest that we are ready
with Fall Samples of all that is best"
and proper in materials for Men's
made-to-measure Clothing:
Promptness in delivery and complete
ness in assortment are some of the
advantages to be derived from an early
selection.
Trousers, from 4.00.
Suits, " 14.00-
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.
Soft Bosoms, Collars and Cuffs attach
ed. The goodness of these shirts should
eell them, but there's and additional,
incentive in the prices:
$1.25, 1.50 and 2.00 for Shirts,,
the former price of which were $K.75
2.00 and 2.5a.
NECKWEAR.
We've corralled a lot of Men's Ties
Hand Bows, Club Ties, Four-in-Hands,.
and Teck Th-1 pnpr"- ptt'erns'ard
coloring-of tl.e J.e-aie ill right, out as
there are not many of a km 1 left, we've
branded new prices on
25c each
them
SHOE NEWS.
....Here's the first hint of Fall in
the Shoe Store.
A Shoe for Women, made of Velour
Calf. A leather as soft aa vici, and yet
superior to vici ln'that it will not peel.
' ' ..... ion'e
JUtI u 'mannish eli." -
uj 1 1n liriiatl toe and llat neel ftjin-
.line to in i ke it u pen lble. t loiidhie
me, esp"i . i'l w Ie' e there aie In..- -
nub. 1 t.e tfai.lnl un) M.Mtsli ap-
(Murancp so ee'i'iitiat in women a shoes,
lf n jt halving ii'lni.
$3.50 a Fair.
The samo Btyle Shoe on the same last,
in vici kid for those who"prefer it. ,
$3.50 A PAIK.
...Infant Moccasins made of a eilk
ptriped cloth eewed ou to soft leather
soles, fur tops and tie I with ribbon.
I Cute little foot coverings for ente little
leet. . 75c A PAIR.
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