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BISBEE, ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1899.
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Worn by Thousands -of the Gentler Sex
''pronounced joy 'the Leading Modistes as
trie mosSrfect fitting corset made,
Cant. Only be 5curcd At
1 HUMS; III lllllWMl
Agents for Drew. Selbv .t Co.
LADIES' FINE SHOES
BREWERY AVENUE g
. j- BISBEE. I
Siiit it J-Ilis-li lil OiSkjti Mr.S.vSj5i?,t Ojti v
S-u.it -taa-ebt Fit,
Nothing is fo provoking to the average man na to buy a
now unit of clothes find find that they do not fit. Suit.''
made in my shop
hi have in dealing with me;
That is one t'aliefaction j
another is, that you always get the best of goods, first
'J el'aes woik, and leabonablk prices.
" ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. CHAriPAGNP, The Bisbee, Tailor.
Mn ill, i ii ife
TIM uRlTFlTH, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the City,
Horses boarded . by the week, ,day or month. Horses
bought and sold. Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all train.s. Good service, ....
Upper Main St.1 - Bisbee, Arizona
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight. Baggage and Express Delivered, -to any vart
of the City.
Prompt Service and Quick delivery.
Assay er and Chemiat,
, RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed on commission. Minos examined
and reported on. Corroapondence solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
N. P. :W00Q, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona.
Formerly of ropo ic; Woo!, Opnvcr Can
W, 1 1. Burrage, of the Santa Rita
Copper company, is in Phoenix and i?
(topping at tho Ford. It was the Bur
rnges who made the greatest copper deal
ever (unt.ninin.Ui'd in the southwest.
iatsd the '-amen familiar now to every
tjfiruu.; man in the couhtty. The Santa
liix co, r"i" c! iim, Incited in New Mex
ito, -tt.'u purchase I by a co.n.a:i
;i1Hb:j w.h formed by a cousin of Mr.
Uiyiage. The sale meant a cash ex
chums! of 1,400,000 for the Santa Rita
claims, t-ince tho-ealo work has been
darted in developing the claims for the
production of copper, and Mr. Burrage
thinks that the Santa Rita will bo one
f !! ' 4. tt t ( Oj "I ( i u) u . the
EQUthwt -l l'l li-rt vcmj lit iM
ADpvelnpnii nt h'W Bliun it ti At the
Fresh From the Wires from I
Potam, Mexico, Am;. 25 Tho lighting
Ycqnip are now leadi'ilusa tl.rotiyto bu
agency of . exican gold.- Loietto Yd'?
ihelr gi eat chief and one of their leaders
in the ten years' war, has gone oer lo
the government forces with whom ho is
now fighting. He is bitterly opposed to
the urahent. outbreak. Indiana urn now
without a l(Mit r (f any pioit .uti.tt i
Ihe government hn'i poatel truops in I
ovo-y (-man ion nna ,am.i ... ', Jk. Ilf Vnn.t .t. tho dWpeet ot all
vailay and troops bavo also been stfttt to ,4,1 iedes. U,c u , t-ven to thii
every watering place of tht In U.tns in
Omaha, Nob., Aug. 26 While Jacob
Gould Schurman, Uuited States com
miF8ioner to tho Philippine Islands, was
in Omaha Saturday, he said that Will
iam H. Hcaiat dispatched James Creel
man to Manila to tender Admiral Dewey
the backing of tho Now Yoik Journal
and the unlimited financial backhg of
Mr. Hearst if tho admiral would consent
to tho use xf his name as democratic
candidate for the presidency. Mr.
Schurman said Admiral Dewey declined
tho tender and asserted what has
already been wired to this country that
he had no political aspirations.
Ocean Grove, N. J., Aug. 2G. Presi
dent McKinley in a speech here this
afternoon said : "I believe there is more
lovo for our country and moie people
love the flag than ever before. Wher
ever the flag iB raised it btamls not for
despotism and oppression but for lib
eitiy.and opportunity and humanity;
and what tho flag has done'for us we
want it to 'do for all people and for all
huid'-, 1laul1 by tuc foilu.ii'-Oi v..u ha
come within its jurisdiction. Iliat fl.ig
dot-s not muuti one thing in titu LrmU'd
States and nnothoi 111 1'jrtu Kico m tit
the Philippines. Theie has been some
doubt in Bimp iiuurtir'j respecting the
policy of the government in the Philip
pines. I see no harm in stating it in
this 'presence. Peace first, then with
charity for all establish a government of
law and order, protecting life and prop
erty, and occupation for the well being
of the people who will participate in it
under the stars and stripes."
Paris, Aug. 26. The Figaro says that
Mine. Laboii has been made very nerv
ous over the receipt of an anonymous
letter threatening the assassination of
her husband, herbelf, and their children.
'S 5. X S. J3L-W
day, oulv pis 01 eight 1080-fnot shafts in
the lorni iiv mil in eL'r .1 e whire
development lias been prosecuted to
great depth there is found tremendous
ore bodies. Notable examples of this
are found in the Copper Queen, Globe,
Clifton, Congress, Senator and the great
United Yerdo, not yet down 1000 feet.
In olden tinie, when leached ground
was struck, tho mines weie abandoned:
today, we find the great mining compa
nies welcoming the arrival of the old,
unsought visitor. Leaching ground on
the mother vein of Yavapai county is
the evidence of greater riches; but the
question of how far below the sulphurets
lay,- 'a a matter of conjecture some
cases three and four hundred tfeet
o o o
Dull headache, pains in vaiious parts'
of the body, sinking at the pit of the
stomach, loss ef appetite, feverishness,
pimples or sores are all positive evidence
of impure blood. No matter how it be-t
come so it must be Diirified in order to
obtain good health." Acker's Blood
Elexir has never failed to euro Scrofl
ulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other
blood diseases. It is certainly a.onder
fnl rproedv and u sell everv bottle on
I .Mill ' 11 -I I " J. -"
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Thu ,t n u.ii ettecls winch uoi-e re-j
fce'utly attache 1 is the in 1 . . Mrs. I
fowiiet, wer ol 1 11 it k1 y under cv
tUUon by Curibtaulu li attain. Tho
moley assoitmentof articles realized a
total of $50.40, while it would not have
been supposed the lot was really worth
half that sum.
A Mother Teljs How She Saved Her
Little Daughter's Life.
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KDN 's'i-. lilw'S, Proprietors.
";t!'m, 'Pork, Veal, Sans-
(Uuu J3 Cats of Meats
0UJ Jfi'djfi II read Daily.
Goods Delivered Free to All Parts of the Town.
, t'j;ycr TiZnlu St., Dlafccc.
Jasnes F. Trotter,
United States Deputy Mi j dpi Surveyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYINQ IN ALL
71!!Oe In Wnllncc r.utltltiti;
C. A. NEWMAN, -
O. K. 'Street,
T- Tin.iierr Plumber and, Sheet Metal Worker
Second Vltiiiil ootlH UotiKJit nnC Sold.
I am the mother of eight childien and
have had a gteatdealof expeiience with
medicines. Last summer my little
daughter had the dysentery in its worst
fotm. We 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
Chambet Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
ihoealtemedy was highlv recommended,
ii t cent and g a I ''th .f nee h
-il to 1 e one of t no u ') 1 st 1 1 '
c una wt eu hail in lite huue. It n
jny little uaughtei's lilt. I am anxious
for every ntottier to know wlut an ex
cellent medicine it i Hal I known it
at fust it inoultl liui'smj ijie a gicit
deal of anxiety and my little daughtei
much suffering. Yours truIy,Mrs. Geo.
F. BurJiuk, Liborty, R. I. For sajo at
Disbee Drug stoio, A
Daniel J. Carter, a veteran of tho
civil war and an Arizona pioneer, a
residontof TombBtono formally ycais,
died at that place joHterd.iy at tho age
of 65. Ho was a highly respected
A Night Of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the wid
ow of tho bravo General Ilurnham of
.Maihias, Me., when tlio doeloiu taid
rho could not live till moining" wntoa
M13. S. II. Lincoln, who attended hoi
tli.it feat ful night. "All thought the
must EQon the from Pneumonia, but slio
bugged fur Dr. King's New Discovery,
faying it had more than once saved her
hU'i tittd hud ctned her of Conauuip'lon
After three small doses B'ne slept eiihtly
all night, and its turil ei usocumpletuly
. uied hei." Tiiis niaivelous medicine
id guaranteed to cum all Thio.it, Uhodt
and Lung Diseases. Only 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at the BiBboo Drug
Store and Copper Quoon Co.
Notice toUhe Public.
Notice is hereby given that, all per
sons, big or little, bathing at Mrs. Trib
olet's swimming pond, or any other
pond in town, will be required to wear
the usual bathing costume, and lefrain
from the use of such profanity as has
been their custom heretofore. Other
wise they will be dealt with according to
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dyspep
sia because its ingredients aio such that
it-can't help doing so. "The public can
rely upon it as a master lemedy for all
disorders arising from Impel feet diges
tion." Jamei M. Thomas, M. D., in
American Journal of Health, N. Y.
Copper Queen store.
Bishop Kcndrick, of tha ISp'ucopal
chinch, will officiate at the church
services to be hold at Library Hall to
morrow morning sei vice opening at 11
o't lot k (.11 in -t v 1 I) v '!
at 1 1 1 ith 1! 1 yon, i- i.bU
it - 11 oful 1 it tl c will b Urn
wt line's in ii -)ln ihir.n thi o 11;
ui ', the t ti'ia t.ng in ties t'-in v 'II
ti wii, bur n ye in) in' loriz ' I ri -
l 1 11 ln in nit ' eir idea i
up to date job inintingat Tin: Omi
More poultiy farm3 are dom.indjl to
supply this market with poultry pio
dine. Too much is being shipped mti
tills ma.ket fiom loieign points foi tin
Lest ltiteit'blsuf Tucson. There w in
better poultry climate in the world than
Southern Ari,jnu, and there is no moie
profitable mailed for tho product thai.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aide
Nature in stiengthenlng and recon
structing U10 exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it In efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hearthurn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Prepared by E. C. OtWItt A Co.. Cblcoao.
FINEST LINE OF MEN'S SHOES THAT HAS
ever been on sale in Bisbee reached our Shoe Store a
few days ago. This is a strong statement, but a true one
....This Shoe Store of ours is getting to be a better shoe
store every day, better from every standpoint; better values,
better rearing shoes, better assortment of kinds and sizes,
and this means a better fit than has been possible heretofore.
...."With the addition of this new line of Men's Shoes, a
big step forward is made toward the ideal shoe store we
are trying to make of it.
Shoes they are
" ELorrect Shape," than which no finer or bstter shoe is
mak it would be superfluous to say more, the name
of the makers Burt & Packard being sufficient guaran
tee of quality, 'of style, of everything that makes for
Burt & Packard's
Here are Details:
NO'. 52. Patent Lealher,; with Silk Vesting Top, New Coin Tae.
" Korrect Shape," to be sure, and the very (tn nft Doff
Dressiest Shoe possible UU rail
!NO. 524. English Enamel, Dull Top, Pa- d?rr v Dotf
tent Back Strap, heavy soles but extremely stylish. . .P ' WU ' "
NO. 530. Tan Willow Calf, Vesting Top, CA rk l Doit
New Coin Toe, Light Sole $O.OU 3. fair
NO. 538. Tan .Cyclone Calf, Leather Lined, Heavy Soles. A perfect
knockabout shoe for any weather, and withal & (C 0 Do if
splendid looking shoe $0.00 d. fdir
NO. 698. Black, Box Calf, Kid Lined, New Toe, "Korrect Shape"
Last. A well wearing and good looking Shoe (J?C - PLIf
NO. 526. Black Vicl Calf, Kid Lined, Coin Toe, Heavy Doable Sole. Vici
calf has all the good qualities of vici easy, soft and tA (( j Pflll
pliable without its faults," for it will not scuff up... .P v.VU X r All
NO 6?6. IV 1 1 "W n Cd", Pi ill T:'i'-1, ui'i Toe, lltavv Dmtde
uc A go J sul-h I.. 0 tmt w II st mil ill km U "PoiT
f nntL'h wci Tjj" " JQ-il
44xitt&i worn - 5 o e $o w frCoKi
"It may be you haven't need of Shoes just at
present. However, if you are interested enough .we should
be glad of the opportunity to show you this line. It will,
be strange indeed if you cannot be fitted, for every size is
here even to the extreme narrow widths such as AX
Fhe Copper Queen