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BISBEE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899.
chooPOpens Monday, .v
5eptember 11, 1899.
Your Boys and Girls, should be prepared for this
occasion, and it is the Mothers duty tjo seeSthat tlie
j little ones are properly clothed and shod.
Cttildrcii's School SStocs in great abun
dance can now be found at our'sl&cir-all'iSizfes, all
Widths, all Toes, and a " Big Savhif ofl Prices ! "
j Boys' Wftasts, strong and durable, yet very
neat in designs ; cost is positively clic;?-hait'5fo-rtJf
can buy the goods and make them. j
Everything needed in the way of "Wciariiag j
Apparel for your children can be gotten lieie at
VERY iOV FRICISS.
TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS -
Fresh From the Wires
VWi vm Wrjr
Nothing is so provoking to the average man as lo buy a
new suit of clothes and find that they do not fit. Suits
made in my fihop
That is ono rntisfaction yon have in iloitlin with mo;
another is, that yon nhvaya gut tho best of goods, titst
class work, and leasonable prices.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. CHAriPAGNP, The Bisbee, Tailor.
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Furniture, Baggage, ISVeiglafc and
Express Delivered Promptly s
iinns for bicakaee or anviailureto ptoiupth attend orders
wirrfcfc c-uickry dtid fully jtoAL' '
Office at Floodgate on Main Street.
Orders leit with the Clerk will receive Pr apt Attention.
"W. HI. 'IBroonncLe - -v- 2grr
Bisbee Transfer Company,
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Freight, baggage aial Express Delivered. to any vart
1 ' of the City.
Pronapt Service stand $3uac2t Delivery.
RELIABLE WORK AT TIODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties pl.ictul u commission. Mines examined
and reported on. Corruapondenco solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
IlT. P. y00D,Yi44 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona-
Fount: iv ofCono & U'od'J, Denver, Coto.
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q Lainomia iviarKet,
' r.N:: UROi, Proprietors.
4i&iihitk'' ''M ',, ' Liprk, 'eai, baus-i-
''O.fo'jjJJu.tei ofjl Meats l?
' ?ffiftty. JCroj.'t,rJJreacl Daily. '
Q Qoods Delivered ?reo to AH Parts of the Town-
Upjier Main St., BlatJcc.
a-ames- F. Trotter,
)l'-iit-Stes Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYINQ IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A WorTtlprfuf Cart cf Diarrhoea.
A j Kmin?nt Vrimin editor liad
! almost given uji, but was brought back
AH to pei fuel hsohh by Uhsynberlain's
;( l;t, Choloia nmi Diarrhoea remedy.
, jlJwud Iiih editorial From tho Times,
riitanjjo, fi.pt. 7-Pm.IPnt JFcKIn-' l!,J ' ''' V'1 : 1 Suff'Jrcd "ithtri""-!'oo
tf i ' , v - lT H I . il illtMlKllt I WHS p.ist
loyiH,.ovMi-lia.Ittu.,ipi.iiiMi.. L- w8 ( hbllll. curea. hail eWIlt ,unc limo
tod v fhvinl a inumbur of t!io Uriel:, t unit iiiniirtviinTt'BiirfHrR.I .n mnr.li m!cr
Union of . "'at I had almcrst decided to give up all
Chicago. President Gnbbins of the
fTmun soil i Kiy th.it t-.nce th tuer
exet,ntip rij to lay the micr stone o!
the n? postothce it was neoeaaary thdt
the president join tlie ("nion beion lie
l.tlloved to handlo .1 trowel in Opok j
county-. A ca.nl of lionorivry member-'
ship has l)etn mack' out ami will be I
forward ed to the Presitleft "Wo will1 ,, ,, kuf" .1 . t L .
. ..,,.. , , j . . ttncl lolloifc-aSStfrfcrs that I am a hol
have to take the car.! a .iy. ..aid Secre- , ,, f ma (o ,HV ftn(1 a3 wi;
tary Main, .f Mr. McK.nk-y .t. ?.,,!.,,, ,liy j lf.0 II. MKW
hoies ot iccovcry and await tho result,
bt 0.u:or. (he advortisetn'pnt of
l Ii,nibi"i4iu'i) Coh", Cholera and
Oiarrtuva Jlt'rnedy av'i aln aamc test
uiionials e.tatfJ9g"how 6gTno'",w6TridorIut
(Uiub had born wrntiglit bv this rpmetly,
I deei'Icl J,o try it. After taking a fe
doses I was entirely wull of that trouble,
and 1 v. ili to saaJuithor to my readers
ptoiie nrita'ptl by non-uuioii laiioi
whieii tin-s-toi't mttndt I f r the i i .it 1
f tl t in v ustitlni- i , .ii.vl ,1 a
. 'tional oiiiiuuti'in w wi'l li e to
btuivu on any huiiding at winch he
does any construction work" 1
Washington, Sept. 7 The president
proposes to continuo General Shatter
in command of the department of the
Pacific after tho time for his retirement
September 14. General Lawton who
h.is 1. ink of colonel in tho jegular army
will be made Hrigadier-Genoral. Gen
eral McArtlmr, now Lieutenant-Colonel
in tho regular establishment will also
be made brigadier and go will General
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The Storm Yesterday.
j'ici; In v.'a!:aca sttiimntir
r n 'li'i iiiiiwm
jflssay2nig 'sit Cwrrcat Prices.
t.i:u"luV'i.o(or.i UvilnioUof iMint'tfi University Tot .Mi.-amiri.
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock
black, lowei ing clouds made their ap
pearance from the north and northwest,
which became more dense and threat
ening as they appioachcd the Mule
Mountains. They were not surcharged
with elcctilcity; but those of our
people ylio haya witnes3J floods in
tho past knew that ono was fast draw
ing liiah. About, 3:30 tho water
In i) to come do n, and 111 a ni 'otv
iiii.juti, .1 ptift-it 'oiiige w .' di-".(.eno-itig.
I ery little nulcli oi. the sido
lulls bnaine a smaft rue, and when
tho wholo hmiv of uuttr iachpd lh
f.so main canyons lonibj ip and
lire .ty they .it onro beo.uue
.oat 111 torrent" cu tying teryth.ig
at wuh move lint' bctjie it.
The dow noui appealed to DJ tho
heviest on the hills south and west of
town, though it was a peifect avalanche
on all sides, and great bodies of earth
were moved fiom their places and de
posited in the streets and in the ro'id
west of town, but the heaviest land
slide was fiom tho hill directly south of
town. A body of rocks and earth
weighing perhaps more than a thousand
tons was washed down fiom the side
hill and dopoaitod on tho railroad track
in the rear of Libiary Hall, and had it
not boon for tho openings between t..e
houses, tluough which the accumulated
water could escapo, there is but little
doubt that tho row of adobe buildings
south of Main street, including tho
Queen Hotel, Mansion house, Tin f and
1'ieo Coinage saloons, would be a pile
of ruins this mom ing. As it was a per
fect river of water ran through the
hallway of tho Queen hotel, and alpo
through tho openings between the
buildings, which if it had not escaped
in this way would have melted these
adobo buildings down, for tlu mud and
rocks had formed a pei feet dam on the
railroad track and tho" water would
have accuinulatod to a; depth of at
least fiom six to ten fim "iviMi"t tlif
1011 .11 it w.u jx1- ill1, eftur tlit.
.. 111 1 . J L.tscii i.iliiiii .1 hi'go ntiinhui
of mt'ii i re put to Woiix re'i ovui' ib
Hill I Ultl It ks fFO 1 ', t.UfPl! 111!
. jrivt I 1 nil nil 1 1 hi U tl n . . ,ih ni.'l.l,"
Viltl by all ttiiignte.
N. . Uh iu 1 lit' 'lied in,- i i iinm-,
in SunoiA yistfrd i He ),)" r wotk
progressing satisfactorily and' that the
company aro extracting quantities of
high grade gold ore -at present, the
ledgo widening as sinking goes forward,
and that all indications point to the de
velopment of a magnificent pioperty.
This is good news to their many friends
in Bisbee, who wish these gentlemen
abundant success in their enterprise in
the "land of the manyana."
Joseph Schwartz came up from Naco
yesterday," whero ho has been engaged
in building iron tanks for the A. &. S..E.
$800 for $300 The Ballenger cottage
for sale 4 large rooms and wardrobe
closet, including basement; 2 rooms I2x
12, kitchen 12x15; basement floored 15x
7; water in house; healthy location;
high ground, N. K. of water works,
Tombstone canyon. Apply to J. F. Bal
linger, or I). A. Markey, at Chisholm
FOR SALE Ono six-room house with
bath and water connections; bept loca
tion in tcSvn- Aln.onc cttra lot. Can
r.'i 1 b'.'iitr , it) ; 1 .worth. Inquire
1 (i. Vo-, ,v,ui el. r'27-tt
i or feALK 'Ihe propcity 011 Main
btret, known .is the Mansir 1 House,
lui uiiurp otct A)piw-(, tim pmuuspfl.
I J -7 lino.
V. J. (. 'lilus will pamt you a sign fai
Wo. or $1 -0. uK..tf
One new and 2 second-hand harness.
J. IL Jack Lumber Co. aul4-lw
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAGES
Dfpnrts I'm I,a Caim
Momlnyt 7 a.m.
Wednesday.., 07 a.m.
Arrivals at La Uana
noas: Tuesday 7 p.m.
Thursday. ...-. .7 p.m.
Saturday 7 p.m.
"Leaves Anjdis Hotol, Disheo, at 7 a. m.
Tuystlajs, Tliursdujs uiid Siittirdajs.
li'nre frrim llisbeo to La Uuiiaiioas and rc
l'aio trom La Morita to La Cunnnoas and
15 pouiuU bairKago allowpd.
Uxcos-i of batfiiasro or freight, 10c por pound
SONORA STAGE CO.
Wlion you want n soiiuliio
nml aooilsmotie.callfor tho
'K,as IJOji rJjCiOKC9,"
Muiloin Nojalos. For salo ovory well.
111 t lo in I lltti
', it diion oil
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After vi ar-i lhd iiisiirnme sc
ene I auunnrttically bv theupoifttiun df
n -!atuW 'il the StaU Of Maine. Thu
op) lomptittv in t'i v.orld doing busi-
ik t undt't "w i ,. kil piovision. It
i i s 'nurp I'liijiottio. t.l to In mg p )I-
tho .vast pile up to daylight this morn
ing, but they will probably got enough
removed today to admit of the engine
naasine un and down tho tiack.
Another slide occnueti in Tombbtonei (- L Advms
Canyon, just east of Dr. EUmuntlson'dl
residence, and at tho west eml of tho
Clnusou grade. A pile of loulu and:
mud was washed fiom tlie lull auk; and
left in tho road to tho ibpih of finiuj
four to six feet and about tniity fuot' ?w
wide, completely obsttucting tlw road. I 'j
At tho turn of tho load, jint wiPt of tho i ?Ul
Palace livery stable, the locks wore
(tiled up to a conPidciablo depth, clmng-1 tj J
ing the driveway lo tl u uo.itli hidtj of thu ; I
guh'h. I y$
All the fcullara on the noilh enlo of w
.Mum street wuro holui-o mm foiiMiiin-. ,
icv holtlef ' n iettlomcn"t' df policies
than any, other companyt. It's" ''insu
rancc isgiUedgo in every way?
N. W. Chabc,
Ni'JHOLS & FLETCHER,
A representative cstab
liKiii' r.t catering to a
able d inmue donu and lo,o 'iintainfd by ' & ' tcprescntativo people,
diffeient unui having i'U'.ux, winea, '"ffl n
hiuors and other millennia sioiod
ilu.'ioin. l!.ipily no houe imm'
washed away, nor no one tnjitrod. so fat
is we hiivi heaid; but fov a 1 utuetnim,
the flood of yesleidav i,i one of the
old-fashioned hurt -thu hind wo, icad
about, but seldom wltuuji'. 1
Oiieii Day ami M!
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rl KE JER1 VAL of Case after Case of Jfew i-
G oocls from New York; the marking and W,
W riaH-ii'irt hh.tTn. i.u. sf.nnk Tnn.fJ.ti r7i' um.v i.njertanf.tsm. SLI
-jl and demands, has kept as too busy to attend p-
In a few days farther announcement of the
New Fall Goods will be made, as well as an
announcement' of 'the jnipiy needfidl things
for Boys and Girls' which trie opening of School
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