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EVENING, OpUST 2-3
ffHIGBAPHIC SPARKS M
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Theie lm locn eome. Ironbln ovMcmu
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resbSroEi the Wires iVoin 'All ",l' fllKW'R Raiding th property1 of
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On All of OUR Summe
we must rigke rcorp fcr
Stock. Come and
lAsfeunding "Bargains '.We Offer.
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Nothing is to
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. That is one eatiffncUon you have in 'Ifi'aliiitf with me;
"anothtr is, that you always get the'6'ost of goods, first-
' class work, and leasonable prices.
, ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
. ' "A. CHATlPAGNP, The Blsbee, Tailor.
Finest Turnout in the City,
Honks hoiirood by the week, day .or month. Hotses
I ov.jjht and sold. Cumj
meet all trams. Good
i'BiiKee Transfer '.'Company,
Frei$bi.$ajsgae and Express Delivered to 'any vari
of the City. -
Prompt Service asucl Quick -Delivery.
-ssayef and Cheiniat9
RELIABLE VORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
" Mining properties placed en Vommiesibn. Jlines exit mined
' and reported on. Correspondence eolisited. All work
t promptly attonded to.
N. BW00D, 144 Penninglon
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The California 'Marke
Fresti Beef, Miction,
feu, 'ete. Cltbjvq tC.u,ts of Me.ats
Only. 'Fresh. Uitea.il Daily.' '"'
: Goods' Delivered Free to
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- - James F.
United States Deputy Mineral
SURVEYINQ IN ALL
Office 'si Wallace Uuiitiiiijc
C. A. NEWMAN
Tinner, Plumber and Sliect Metal Worker .
" Second Iliilicl Cfecis KiKjiTti :i2tcl JSoId.
provoking to the average man na to buy n
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'now suit of clothca and find that thoy do not lit. Suits
' made in my Bhbp
Tlftl GRIFFITH, Proprietor.
Icte liock Fcrvice.
Streetr I-T-igsou, Arizona.'
Wnn I . TVn(i- r?f1n.
Pprh, Veal, Saus-
All Paris of the Town.
Qt., Blsbee. ,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
O. K. Street,
n Bisbee, Arizona.
Stri.i. J. .o'it-i.... nuBi...
"aT "V J - ii;i vyiini' ife
Wflnft" the (lvmcii: u
rucefved n letter -fror
Sc"Wf Jonos, clioirman, in which tha
'at'figqeatea tho formution of navp.
- comnuuees proviaca fur at the last
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meoj.of the com.n ttui's. As it will'
e n3o8Siry to commit several persorfe
leaajaines will not ba given to tho
icsiitor toveial uai'a, niobah rbout.
MaRtff part of lhr Tih
to "i imi
ones stated that his health was again
improving vud he hopes to leave for the
Unite! States alout Ostobnr 1. Ho ex
pressed great satisfaction er the rc'sult
of tho committee meouiix 'at Chicago
and approved of all that was done, A
Chicago paperci edits cx-Rovernor Stone
With being at the head of u movement
to hold an early convention about tho
latter part of February or in March.
0Riyines, Aug. 22.' Today was Maitre
Dabori's.at tho Lyceo where Captain'
Dieyfus is standing trial on a charge of
tieison. Labori was the central figure
of the scene. Ho did what the people1
had expected, he galvanized the defense
into jm active, living thing. M. De
mance is conciliatory. He has nlwayB
seemed to feat1 to tread on tho military
coin. Labori is -a gladiator arid alwayp
speaks to touch his foo to the quick.
Let there be tho slightest opening in
his opponent's defenses and he thursts
home. Today when M. Demange found
nothing to ask a' witness M.vLabori'a
q'liclc eye" licoveied tTio v,eak parts
and he camo forward with searching'
K'ngston, Aug. 2 Professor Edwaid
t'h.i. U-s Pit keunii ot Harvard 'Ma-
tor ufoi in tiic itirM-ipii
Appointed Press that lu- i ' .ft
i Hitai'lf lot atioa im the ' iijost tjlt
i ,' in tln ui.ri t i ' ' . w
structed at Cambridge especially
observing the new planet which to pass
very close to the earth eighteen months
San Autonio, Tex., Aug. 23 The
presence of a detachment of pohco'was
n ecessarv to keep order at a meeting
conducted by two Mormon elders here
tonight. 'Threats ot violence had be.
come so numoroue that tho two elders
applied to the authoiities for protection.
Tho suburb of Englowood, where the
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meeiuiga uiu ouing imiu, an lerriuiy
excited oor the Mormon puestion,
several families have been broken up by,
the proselyting of husdands in some'
families and wives in others.
'The B6rder Vi letto, at Nogales, lips
securoJ tho services of Harry B. Liyton,
who( has purchased a half interest ip
tl'atj'ournil. Mr. Layt-m has lecently
been connected with tho Los Angeles
Herald, and previously had contributed
to tlie press eo ne uotuoblo correapotiU
encoifiom Ari'.oua and Sonora. He is'i
vigorous and interesting wnter, and ia
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siitvenci'. I , iMi i ' ih
t . ;vl,,l inrv !ll II J I ' l I I 1 I
n . iv tht' op! " i;l t'J, rt it i
Oais county, Aii.'.on.i ami iimu, ,t
rup.ipiit tli.1' h ill it i.itLiit iln- iii
t.' "Stst't t ii- i ' l mi lo i ) .m 1 loy
ally! Confident in the future of Nojafesi
aliva to the inexhaustible resourced 5s
the country tributary to it, the Horde'?
Yidctte stands ready to assist in advanc
For somo timu paat the American
restaurant in Tombstone has had con
nected with ita management a rather
smooth individual known as Joseph
Becker. On Saturday lasr. Becker suc
ceeded in passing Bover.il fradulcnt
checks on business men in Tombstone.
Ho has thus far escaped wrest. 'I he
checks woio on the Consolidated
National bank ot Tucson and ho;o
foiged certification of tho bank.
Among tho losora by liocker'a opei
lit ions ni e S. M. Barrow, V B. Warne
kros, C. L. Cumimiijrsaiid F. N, Wolcott.
Tllo iiict three named gentlemen cached
checks for $75 each aid Mr. Wolcott
one foi ifot). The present whereabouts
of IViokor is unknown. Ho n naid .to
lnvo been known in other portions of
Aiizjnaby nanifs other th Hi Beaker.
The Jeiomu Nowa has rcce.ve 1 wor 1
fioin tho bst authority tlu John Burin
isallieaiid well in old Mexico, whom
he and Jack Nutter aie doin.j nillfo.id
building under contract, " l'1
.ui't s" imtiim riizgi'raiu luuue
$4 d!nl . nnll t-ltrt n ......t . a .-
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to Ni'W voii. jjUos and he wn" ap
f'.fitL'd siipea iten.lurt in chaigo of tli-rrrtpi-rty.
Recently the Now Yoik peo
ple name down lo Kl Paso, where they
intenlled to build a smelter, sent word
out to Drapoon that Fitzgerald was fired
jfttid f.iepared to rm the property them;'
selves. When tliey wont out to Dra-'
goon thoy found that Fitzserald was in
charge of the'prefpet', and was backed
hV a number hi armed men. fho Now
r. ffMrfe01"8 rct, ' '"" ,i,Jli,J nnmcwji;
Mhrcats as to the lav suitther -roum
opmmeiR'i . ITitv'ld claimed there
waB inoney dif him for rocking the
"8Aft, and' thaKhe had the deeds m
snrti a Bhape tlaf he could hold the
profieity until ho was, settled with
Recently an item appoared in the El
PasO papers stating that the New York
ers had settled with Mr. Fitzgorald,
and the propurtr had been turned over
,to them. Occasionally a
down into this country on a mining
deal that some promoter haB introduced
to him, findsvthat the promoter id going
to make eome money out of tne deal
and then goes to tho owner of the pro
perty and tries to buy it over the pro
moter and thus beat him -out of Ihb
commission. It has happened several
limes successfully. The .promoter of
mining sales is otten put to a large ex
pense in securing buyers before he suc
ceeds in gettine one for the property,
and is entitled to a liberal profit. The
Liberal is glad to know that Mr. Fitz
gerald was not bluffed out on his deal
and that he got what he is entitled to.
Speaking of the" recent murder of
Mebiere. Miller and Remley a corres
pondent of tho Oasis say6:
"On Jnlv 11'h Mcssr'-. Remloy and
Miller of Tin mor ih i, tin i )-mer ot the
finii i f Romli j in u ' ' . ind the l.'t
,v4" knt'W i . '..iipli it
tru .r rn a iuikey for n trip f ''"
iifo. from i lu i tl r werr r .i U
tpcoie li'i-i - ,1, if r , ici d ! l'., ic i
iixaJ moo. . tn t, wl,i"j Mi. Aiomley
liad a prospect. They arrived at Torin
on the 20th and left in the afternoon or
the 21st, intending to camp out that
night near a small town named Bacum.
After being out a few miles from Torin,
it ia not positively known whether they
neie on the road or in camp, it is pro
aumed they weie camping for the night,
when they weie attacked by Yaquisand
killed in the most horrible manner.
Their arms and legs were bound with a
iope they had iiFed fora stake iopc, and
after that their hands were cut off inch
by inch and their feet the Fame way.
Then with" ano ther rope they weie
stgung up to a tree and wcio found
hanging their next morning by a com
pany of soldiers, the sulkey being burnt
and the horacs shot to death. The bod
ies were either taken to Torin or Cocrit,
it is not known yet to which place. At
the time these gentlemen had eeveial
hundred dollar3'in paper with them.
A Mother Tells How She Saved Her
Little Daughter's Life.
I am the mother of eight children and
have had a gieatdealof experience with
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liniima 1 nfl Biimmfir mV little1
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t-ci i ii il to co i i i ci 1 I sim
'V ii i adiorti'-i'iiii nt i i
( iiam1 1 1 n .i's Lo i , 'i
ho i K u i wa- lni'
ii ;a, i tint
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i-iiin ni' i i .i,
and Fent and got a bottle at once. It
proved to be ono of tho very best medi
cines we ever luid in the house. It saved
my Utile daughter's Ufp. 1 am arixious
for cvpry mottier to know what an ex
cellent medicine it i8. Hal I known it
ut iii st it mould have saved me a gieat
deal of anxiety and my little daughter
much suffering. Yours truly.Mrs.Geo.
F. BurJick, Liberty, IL 1. For sale at
Bisbee Drug store. A
Hie soothing mil healing properties
of Chamberlain's Cou.di l.'emody, ita
.pleasant taio and promjit and perma
nent cuio, have made it a great favoi
ite with the people everywhere. Foi
sale at Bisbee Drug Store. A
Neat, attractive job printing Lhon 01 1
notica at Tin: Qin.
Bite & Ice Daily Staae.
Loavo3 Biabcb at 9 a. m. overy day.
A n i ves a t Naco at 1 1 a. in.
Leaves Naco at Jl p. m.
Ariives ut Bisbee at 5 p. in.
CJlVd at lloodaj Stoie, Jlaitr StreH,
uMifMMmwawint,i aiMNoaw tnmmKmmmmrmm.mm-mnmrm ,jt bqk
m mjm incwa
Of ii t'otton Cit'iio material. finccd
and ciiibroidercwitli t'tdi Cord aionlyj
the patient Japanese can' do "iT, in!
delicate shades-of Pihk, Blue, Green
and Yellow. These arc distinctly sum
mer table covers and aro cool and com-
sorting to look ir nn4 nr ntrt nnn,l
it cheap too.
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l'hrce kinds as an index to many more;
all equally good Linen Values:
Damask Towels, 19x42, knotted fiinge,'
blue borders and solid white.
3oc e'eh, $3.25 a doz
Damask Towels, 22x49, knotted fringe,
border of blue and gieen, and yellow
IFCOOcll G5 tir o -kT3
oovvavui.uuttuoi e them, but there's arid additional
Iliick Towels, 20x44, damask figured j incentive in the prices:
iind'Satin finished. 5 r, -
4.oce'cii, $4.25 a dozp1.2, i.5o and-2.oo for shirts,
TC?.-r ,mg-,-l Gl.od-o f2.ooand2 5s.
WL - KU.
Of a good, firm niateiial : torn, not cut, J
and tint"! ci w it'i a iu'i-; In m
72XQO Sht'Cth, 1
! 60c each, $6.00 a doyen j lIan1 lku,8 t Uo . jt t.r-m-Handa,
'IXQ' SLccth, jantTeek-3. itn f')m.?, patterns and
65c each, 6.50 adozcncoU,nn()f t!u"'11 r-' d .ight. butaa
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2oeeacn, j5.2oa aozenithem
Men's Straw HatsChoose from the
Best, at $1.50.
Men's Crash Suits-$4.00.
Boys' Wash Siiits$1.25 to 2.1
Women's Siiirt Waists-50c to 1.25
Colored Lawns, 8c a yard.
a SOAP a j
Of the making of soap thera h no
end, but this has to do with a new toap
that is a different as can be from eoap
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" Copper Queen Soap
Tift up for To'.li't and
Try it and bo pleasantly surprised
At 4he Grocery Counter.
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The Copper .Queen
- Mining Co: 1
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A trifle premature, perhaps, but this -ia
merely toSuggest that we are ready
with Fall Samples of all that is best
and proper in materials for men's
Promptness in delivery and comiete
ness in assortment aro,j!ome ot" the
advantages to bo derived' from an'early
Trousers, from fi 4.00.
Suits, " 5? 14.00.
NEGLI&EE SHIRTS I
Soft Bosoms, Collars and Cuffa attach-
od. The goodness of these shirts shoul I
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ibranded new prices on
.25c each now
Hero's the first hint of Fall in,
the Shoe Store. "
A Shoe for Women,- made of Yelour,
Calf. A leather as soft m vici, and yet
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t ' i; a 'f frbli-, lomt.M fiole
, - iiH li " tnire are lulU to
i j, H- . 1 and siylish ap
ptaranceso essential in women's Blipeoo
is not lacking cither.
The same style Snoo on the same laat,(
in vici kid for those who prefer it.
3.50 A PAIR
...Infant Moccasins riiide'of n silfe
unped cloth sewcl on to soft lea.tl;er
ole-, fur tops and tied with r,i,bboo.
3n'i little foot coverings forego little
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