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BISBEE, ARIZONA. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER n, r8ga.
chool Opens Monday,
Your Boys and Girls should be prepared for this
occasion, and it is the Mother's duty to see that the
little ones are properly clothed and shod.
Children's School Shoes in great abun
dance can now be found ai our store all Sizes, all
Widths, all Toes, and a " Big Saving on Prices ! "
Boys' 'Waists, strong and durable, yet very
neat in designs ; cost-is positively cheaper than you
can bu the goods and make them.
Eveiy thing nucikd iu the a of "Wearing
Apparel for your children can be gotten here at
VERY LOW FSLICSS.
SiTLits tla-eut STILt,
That is 01:0 satisfaction you have in dealing with me;
nnothtr ip, that you always gut the best of goods, fiiat
claBa work, and icaeonable priues.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. CHAflPAQNP, The Bisbee, Tailor.
MlEXHlft?3 Ill rfflll gMKHHs fntfSlSrJIi flBfiffS iBlI
Ui&WBy US OLV iieSatJ Uiilm mm UU
Furniture, Baggage, Freight and
Express, Delivered Promptly.-
Claims for breakage or ai v failures prompt"! v attend orders
will be qui U3 and in 11 y paid.
Office at FIoo teaie on Main Street.
Orders left with the Cleik t, ill receive Prompt Attention.
"W. 33. Broome 3a:.
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, baggage and Express Delivered to any vart
of the City.
Prompt Service and fuick Delivery.
Assay er and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed m coin mission. Mines examined
and reported on. CorrcBpondcnco solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
Nv P. WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona.
Formerly of Cono iz V.'ooi, Denver, Colo.
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The California Market
Fresh Jieo't A'fnWni, Pork, Veal, Sans-
sages, efe. (ln.ce Cats of Meats
Only. y-VjoV.' Bread Daily.
Goods Delivered Free to
Upper Mil in
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Unite-.1. States Deputy Mineral
SURVEYING IN ALL
OBUyc ;Wnlince nulniiui;
JHiilcr f.DA r' ,"7 Api V. O. Deputy
liu&inccr. VJCrV. w wi,r.JtXft Surveyor.
$$ Assaying at Current Prices. D
Late Icfti u:tor jn School o( Mlutu,' IVivoisUy of Mljsouri.
September 11, 1899.
Nothing in to provoking to flitrnvernge man as to buy a
new Buitof clothes and find that thoy do not fit. Suits
made in my shop
- ., Proprietors.
All Parts of the Town.
Surveyor arid Civil Engineer
THE SHOOTING AT KACO
Too Much Mescal Cause
the Death of Robert
Sutniday afternoon the usually quiet
village of Naco was thrown into a for
of excitement by the firing of pistols in
the streets on the Mexican side of tta
line, and the mortally wounding of Bob
Clayton, a cowboy well known in this
community. As near as cin bo ascer
tained, the shooting came anout in this
way. But to give the whole story 11 is
niw-a-" to 0 bark mhih- little time.
It appears that sonu months ao
Jamt'b Uirron, who owna a innch and
cattl in onora, Mexir-o, jmrchoed
somo thirty or forty head of hoists from
a man by the namt ot Morgan, uiio
1 aljo iioe in Mexico and in the bunch
ihtsio weio several tliat woro claimed by
the Mexican authorities to bo American
horses, and they were seized as contra
band. Mr. Herron was placed under
anest but was never confined, being at
liberty to go and come at will. The
business connected with the horse trans
action had beon delayed eomowhat and
Mr. Ilorron became anxious foi its set
tlement in some way. So he was going
to Nogales Saturday evening, nominally
under arrest, but traveling in his own
conveyance and having his family with
him. Clayton was a friend of Herxon,
ami came into Naco armed. He had
la-en in town piobably half to three
quarters of nn hour and was in one ol
saloons drinking when he was ap
proached by an officer and, in a very
gentlemanly manner, requested to lay
aside his gun while i 1 town, this being
the rule in Naco. Clayton icfused and
auecd abusive language in reply ios: So
the officer, who went away and left h!:.i.
About two hours af or this another
oflker approached tliyton and made
the same lequest, but he still refused
and was, if anything, moio abusive in
his language. A Bhoit time after this
some of the officials were driving down
the street in one of B. F. Giaham &
Co's rigs when Clayton seeing thorn rode
up be lie t'io tfam an 1 lippt 1 out jf
the hoiHiir, blait'ing the tt.vm, whiili
began to run but wassron headed oft by
Claton, who demuuded off the otheeih
to know what tney said, and was wrang
ling with ili iu hen u Mexuui I Uce
man came up tiuil got beiuitnO in
and the team. At this juncture Clayton
began to back away, having in the
meantime dismounted from his hoise,
all the time warning the officer to keep
awayfroml.ini. Just at this time two
other officers made their appearance,
when Clayton was ordered to halt, but
he kept -hacking and the officers kept
approaching. Clayton oidered them to
stop but th-y still approached, when
Clayton pulled his gun and began
The firing then became geneial be
tween the Mexican olliceis and Clayton,
the latter emptying four chambers of
his revolver when he staited to run and
had reached a point about thirty feet
from the international line, and on the
Amencan side, when he fell mortally
Our inclination was gained from an
oyewitneGS, who states that tho people,
of Naco, irie&puctive of nationality,
justify the Mexican authorities in every
move they made in this uufoitunalo oc
currence. ANoniim KILLINU.
Saturday tvenuig late the guilds who
Hip .uciiin aniiij; laiiitn Heiiuu l
K' iK t, hcio met on t lit? ban I'ulm
n i a' out i iii''P lion N i b
Kf mt inw bo j prf-umi'd io be fric ula
ol 11 ii iuii, anil ntt.li I loin ironi tl t
ti'uidu. A h.in oiruiit 1 in whu-h one
the guauib is kilka and anolhei so
badly wounded lh.t ho will die. The
particulars ol thin last killing, tho Oitu
repoiter has not been able to loam, hut
by tomorrow we hope to be able to give
This whole nffaii appears to have
been unnecetsary. Ju. lieiron did not
object to going to Morales. Ho was
nominally undoi arrest but all tho while
had his liboity. Tho Mexican authori
ties did not i-ei in to leg.ud his oftense
(if offense it was) of any cjiisequehce,
for they allowed him all tho piivileneri
of a fieu man. lie could lUt-nd to his
business tho same as any other man
and cou.d go wheiuitml when he pleas
ed, but I l.o to i liee imbibing oi alcoholic
tli inks ii pt'.iis to huu excited the to lie
ol hid fueudt-, aud this, puiimpri, is the
hole cau-e ot iiu whole ahan. It m a
eiy uuitiaunale bif-iui'i-, u-nl thfct'
lawlesi and hasty acta ol eov'
hoys may leal to other ciiuujk l
revenge ami it taliatlon lilting thu bo der,
but it H to be hoped .that the aiilhoi Ill's
on b'llh titlto ol the line will be able to
handle thn inafei i-o as to picueiil an)
lurlUpr los of life.
A 7pa3erfui Cure of Diarrhoea-
A prominent Vuginia editor had
al'iioetgivon uf, 1 n as brought back
to porfe. t h alth by Chamberlain's
C die, Chylorn and iMiirrhoea remedy.
Urtd 1.1 vd. .id I'lom the Times,
UillRtille, "Ya. : I suftered with dial rhoea
' i-'-ii lor'X tfnit' n I 'houphi. 1 v.-hh pw-t
bi'linfSitrod. I had tpent mueh time
mid iiioi'Cy ami euffcied to much misery
that i'hud almost decided to give up all
hopaof rei'ovcrv aud await tho result,
,ol .noticing tuo mivertisement ot
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
piarrhoea Remedy and also somo test
imonials etating how somo wonderful
cures had been wrought by this remedy,
1 decided to try it. After taking a few
dosao'I was entirely well of that trouble,
a.i 1 I v iah to say furthei to mv readrn
and fellow sufferers that 1 am a hale
an 1 ienrtv m in today an 1 feel as well
is Ifcverdid in my life - O. It. Mookf.
sold by till druggists.
'iho public Hcnools d.d njtopi thi"
luorniiig, aa was i he intention, tor the
reason that tho seats for the four new
rooms, which had been oidered and
wore expected for Eeveral days, did not
arrive until yesterday afternoon, and it
was thought by the trustees and the
principal of tho schools best to delay
opening for one day so that the seats
conjd be put in place without any dis
turbance to the pupilB. However, the
schools will open tomorrow morning at
9 o!olock, when all children of school
age are expected to be present.
$800 for $500 The Ballenger cottage
for sale 4 largo rooms and wardrobe
closet, including basement ;X2 rooms 12x
12, kitchen 12x15; basement floored 15x
7; water in house; healthy location;
high gronud, N. E. of water works,
Tombstone canyon. Apply to J. F. Bal
linger, or D. A. Mai key, at Chisholm
llichaid Humphrey and Amos Kin
died returned home yesterday from
tho Grand Lodge meeting ot the A.
0. U. W., which met in Silver City,
New Mexico, last week. They were on
the train -which was held up at Cochise
ptaticfn, Saturday niaht, but were not
disturbed in the least by the robbers.
FOR SALE One six-room house with
bath andT water connections; best loca
tion m ' 'i. t i-o ot o i vtri lot. t an
rei t I oust it y6 ppi uiorth. inquire
of Otto on Kanel. a27-tl
.o toE. G. Ord & Co foi tanks and
plambi.ig. N 'xt'ljor ast of Biewory.
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAGES
Dements I'm La Cuim
Mtiaday .7 a.m.
Wednesday.... 7 a.m.
Fihlay 7 a.m.
Arrivals at La Cana
Tuesday 7 p.m.
Thursday 7 p.m.
Saturday 7 p in.
I.eae.s Anguis Hotel, Blabce, at 7 a. in.
Tuoedaj 8, Thursdays and Sutmduju.
l'aie from UUbeo to La Canuueut. and re
Faro ft urn La Morita to La Cuimneas and
15 pounds baggage allowed.
llxcct.- of bciKt ai;o or f ivijht, lOo per pound
SONORA STAGE CO.
When yoa, w int a gcuuino
mul a cooil smplic, call for tho
',as Dob lJaciocs,'
oXadeln No'aIeJ. For solo owrywoli
THEUHIOH MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF "PORTLAND, MAINE.
Al r -! n ! ikl i uia .v b
l it 1 !in'! in M . I v t1 i i' i it' in o(
i t.auu in u i -ii k ul i . . i
com) i'i in th W'U 1 1 ' " .' 1 i1-'-l,
s under 'u i It r il l'i i,n It
; i s moit. piopottioiitilely to living pol
niv holders m settlement of policies
than any other company. It's insu
ifttice isgiltedjio in overv way.
G II, Ad ms, N. W. Chask,
Manaei, Kesidont Agent,
I'hoenn. Biabce, Arizona.
I ' ilEdt.ftttI Hilly
'yI NICHOLS & FLKTCHER,
A representative cst:ib-
' liqliment eatenuff to n
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H i representative people.
ia 'Good Fare,
ha I Reasonable Rates,
Gift ray aiidWsl! "
NEW GOODS !
School Time Needs
XA7 1 TJT so much newness io toll of in Drew (Hoods, hi
Silks, in Ribbons and Trimmings and Tailor
Made Suit and Skirl? in everything wearable that ;'v
suggested In the than out spawn case ajler rase,
)a(kaje alter taelde of the very newes'f, swellest
things from the East its hard to give precedence-to any
one line. Where th begin and what to leave unsaid is
difficult to decide.
The approaching school days, bringing with them
many wants for boys and Girls Youths and Misses,
make it imperative that we should mention how well
prepared we are to supply every such want.
Postponing for a brief thno the telling of the new
merchandise, here is reading that should interest every
father and mother of school children.
The Text Books prescribed
authorities, and the prices at
are as follows :
Appleton'8 First Reader 25c
" Second " 35c
Third " 45c
' Fourth " 55c
" Introductory Fourth
Natural Advanced Geography. . . . $1.40
" Elementary " 65c
Montgoiueiv's merit n IJistoi ipl t'O
" BtfK.n.ur's ' oOc
NOISLLES"? SLATES KdjeM bound w th felv; double 25, 3o, 40 and 45c etjh
SCRATCn PADS and WRITTNCt TABLhTS: ruled and unrulwl. Every size,
kind and price.
LEAD PENCILS, Slate Pencils and Chalk Crayons; Pens Penholders and.Ink; t
Rulers and Erasers all the little things to complete the School 'Outfit.
'II III II I II III : i:....i i ,i i.
in irui iiu u.ujv
or unlaundricd. Cheaper than 3011
could make them and made as well
as you could wish 25 to 85c
TjflVQ' mnjiCI Silk Windsors already
JDU I U llJ!llJ,..tied, with clastic ba' d
for attaching to collar. Gay bright
plaids so liked by. boys. 35 and 60c each
A few Wash
, Dresses left
Horn the summer's Eellinj;, and a few
worsted dresses from last season. The
two lots give ample choice and the
prices will mako up for any lack of
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-vjvm;v -ovJ'j-v;-'.stviKt'Ceow t
s iiitans... i, , , 1
f, 1, rt I V I I I 1' 1 11 I 11 .1 '
i t s.i .ti e ih ' ivt 1 s.'t'n win re In
X tween !.ri ro ud tlio place ol
t manufacture. Thev aio expected
X daily, and, no dou'il, will bo hero j
? ill llinu iu mui'i juui tiuiiiuiiua. ,
by the Territorial Educational
which we are selling the same,
White's Now Complete Arithmetic. -70c
" First Book in . 3 5j
Sheldon's Advanced Language Les
Sheldon's Primary Language Les
sons 40o i
Drawing Books, Nos. 1 and 3, each 10, 15c
California System of Vertical Writ-
,' ' -' ' 4. ') and 0, each 11c
'uij!ii. "j .Hi. bi uiktf . 10
wearing, fast color sort.
Black Ribbed, Feamless, a pair..,.10i
Slack Ribbed, double knee, three
thread heel and too:
C to 7, 15c; 7 to 9., 20c a pair.
Black Ribbed, lisle finish, doublo
knee, special heel :
5 to 7, 2Jj; 74 to Sl., 2oc a pair.
Black Ribbed, heavy weight.doublo
kneo and sole:
(5 to 7., 20c4 V;i to S., 23c a pair.
Heavy 6ray Ribbed:
(J to 1, -Oj; 7 to S(, 25c a pair.
11 1. 1 t ti -
-UM k i. 1 ' t
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m lx U( AT aiul t r t'l
M . II 1 -li.H
1 ' "J5 a pair
ForGiris A kangaroo calf shoe, laced
or buttoned. Made ot. a leather that,
will not crack or ecuff up.
Sizes 5 to 8, $1.25; 8 to 11, $1.50r
11 to 2, 1.75apahv