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15 (O j Síni STORE DEPARTMENT BBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBPBB3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBB5BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSc n ta a u Fí St. i wiro i a Ó f D rod Ml MARCH st at fa FT m in ID, Dm MUZOM, E Ladies' Fine Muslin Underwear commences and will Last, until Goods are Sold Out, 0 Last year we had to call Sale off after the 4th day. For this reason we have had a larger assort ment for this Sale. All the lots offered are entirely new and different from last year's. The Goods, together with large, illustrated circulars, are now in transit, and will reach CLIFTON about the 26th of FEBRUARY. The Circulars will be distributed in every house in Clifton. A number of copies will be mailed to ladies in Morenci and Metcalf. These Circulars show an illustration of each garment, together with a detailed description of the embroideries and laces and quality of muslins used in each garment. & BBBBBBHSBBBBBBHeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ARIZONA COPPER CO 9 Ltd. Store Department The Copper Era !!;: ERA PUBLISHING COMPANY Published Every Thursday wat !' ts and I ifo-pre.. -tru-Ken, without themselves until some with improvised rvcr.-: hi hts panic- UllV UC-UHs tl lU' lleeor CUMIO it is Os tima'ed that over ciylitv worokillc. by sic lis. It is impo i hie to e-t i ma' ii u m l -t- that lost their lives hv tli I ni ti, i ;m in-.- mail iii.C SUBSCRIPTION PRiCE i Sl.lt, i . Mint 1 1 1 Mi :lll! I'll IKl'I'l lill 1 1 H I M . . til. -in!; A Ibth tory news is s.i. - th port i lie I 11 e li te .if ADVERTISING KATES. h i I t..r at i! I n. - :i :'il.ir !. i ! f. A ! 1 V. ' i'llMV MIC hi- Ki: i ne'lie:; in ni'. . s ..I in. ..i ..I . .1 rill.' h:l Ill-ill: on !i . l-i'dl n 1 1 t 1.1 11- lll-rllli-ll-) 1 1 .i , . 1:1 r Ml Uir Pl.'S:!!.' I. in. I pinel- , . . .:, , .ii' l'..r r.i I ii : . I'...;i,-I Hellers.. 8. cunen- AT. i.iIht li il a lv i::-i rfiiiu nil.! Mini!: "till. J'lT 11-' iti-itii:, per iiu'li, cm-h r. im r. mi I.. (M 1 I) THE WAR IN THE FAR LAST. The Bií Bear Getting Decidedly the Worst of the First Rounds. pi. ,e war In ; r.'.-siiii ?- irpri-ed t ween Japan am iiL u Curio. i ml lu ll. I' s i rpri-ed t he wor .rey a ml ahí ! 1 1 v , an. a ; iioritie- are already li." '.v ; il w ,n in t he cinl. "i the l.'itli in-taut the Kiissian si. n-e li.iM.Tii - at Port Arthur hv m:-- ;ussia is Japan h. r ctli- many eminent predicting that 1.1 t:i, li ii' . si i .. -uiik three e!s. The h y -reat. Th harbor just i-oats cither a'.s or t lev e' the: r ow.i torpeiio '-s uf life is appall 1 ships v ere entering before liayhreak: an.l Cai'.e.l to eve then were in isuinlerstoo.l '. iie oHU'i'l f ll:. fortilieations. Siiiiiiltaneo.i-lv. the (;; ciiik at th.1 batteries belehe.l forth with an al ni -i (iea'eir.ne; roar, pouring -hot ami shi il into the ship- si'.houettoil Uizainst the.liin liht of the ii.ivti. Another fn-'iaile followe.l an.l the ves-els ca re. lie. i an.l 'Uiun.il i il in the sea. In a motilen I one oi me vessels na.l eaujht tire of t he il 1 p-. ii.it. h from I lis oi" anot her .lap.iu at I' reeeiveil fl'oill e ha'tle oei-iirr. eiht i;.-siau .union ilarr-i! llu t reni 'iiilo w vie rt Arthur. Tli.- I'uu I'r-il'. It il Siimlay. rc ssels .-link an.: ten capture. I. Th is i.- not idli A ili-pat.-h ÜÍV's the loll. i Kittle. "A! hiif-pa-t .1 a i.t nese s i ua.l r. n of : liean the iiotnharil i only on.; hein ielt ial, hovv-ver. I rom St. I'etershure A i n e aee. uní t of t he lev. lift u. II V e .u-t tile ..-l.s A r- thur. plie.l. in in uli eo..:,l - if .Mil Í ir siUa.iron ami for: re--es re Tno halile la-t.il for forty 'l'iie .lapmee m na.) ron lot well witliUfl.l tile lirM lire tleei. an.l part en larl v of our rt , ami he ,'an ; The .Iapai.es ilamaed and a. inony of an ey .l.i:i,i:ii'-. siáps rapi'l re l irement. l!nrhip was r.erio.isly e.ir.iin to the testi- witne-s, fue other were eou-iilera'il v in jured. Our losses were six ni 'ii killed and forty-live wounded. The bom bardment did no damao to the to.vn." The steamer Weneiiow, arriving; from Port Arthur at C'heu Foo reports that eleven Uus-ian ships were struck iiy shells in the eniraoment. The w hole fleet was injured. The vessels were taken into tb harbor of Port Arthur depending for protection on her forts, which had been reinforced. The captain of the Wpiiehovv says that eleven ships iiu;-t bo repaired he fore Ilus-i.i can take the aressivt on -ea. D-'.ailed reports are Cuming in from 'hehist l'ort Arthur cue;. leeu.ent ami it seems that i I wa- fought Wednes day in-tend of Tuesday, the reports received b-Miiu dispatehes that vrere tiied in the Car ca-l o:i that day, and tiie lirst iii'Hs of the fiht eettinrout to 1 he world. The batt'e seem- to have been a draw the U.issians s.iTered on tlu a and the Japanese on land. The Japanese fleet attacked the Ku-sian cut the harbor ind at t!;e same tini- landed soldiers to the north of Port Arthur to attack the Kussiau fortifications and city from the rear. The Japanese troop's were annihilated hv the J is-uin eos-soeks. I iie landiiiir was a;Tect-'d between iml th-' seein was illumi-! Port A r! hur and Dalny. It seems to nate.l w ith the lames that leaped up- have been the plan of the Japs to bin 1 waul. .Then it was that the com- al thU point and attack the city anil liiauder of the shore Kit teries discov- I fort itieat ions of Port Arthur from the er. .1 iiis mistake, for living from the i rear, after the ships out in the harbor toi most pinnacle of the burning ship I had enyaso.l th- llus-ians. the land at-va- t he liaüf of his own country. j tack U immediately folio the sea The other two vessels were in the , fi'ht. The liussians intercepted the meantime sinking and the jrreater Japs, however, and soon overpowered pint of their oi'') b:ul jumped into j them. H id the Jain been able t elT vt a lindinii of nnne lien, it is believed ihat t:ie result of the liht would have been dillerent. There is i tvoort. ac coiiiine;to the eastern correspondents, that Is 10 Ja panese sold iers have been kill-il and some add that, this is be lieved to mea i the sinking o' a trans port loaded with troops intended for landing near l'ort. Arthur with the holy that did land an met. with .-ueii a l.-rriiile reverse. The .iapim.'se are said to have foujrht like ii 'mons in tiie tace of such over whelming numhji s as thev inc. on the shore. The regimental cominander led his troops in pel's n, dashing ahead into the very jaws of death, with drawn -abro, his men fo. lowing him and eii-'eriui: as they ran o meet the horde of I'o aeks tiiat bore down up n il.em and cut th.un to pieces. A c ir resp indent says that the little brown men did not seem in tic la-t to four d.'athaud that no' wi t h-iii'i.l : 1 1 r their -ni. ill numb .raui iverwii-lin.n nu'ii ber of U.issians. t hey da-lied ahead as if confident of victory. It wa- either this or they preferi'i d to die fijrhtinir to be in j ta .-mi jiri-oncrs, for not a man c-a-t'd ti li t i n till he waseithr mortally wo.inded, killed or disarmed. Tiie sin ill remnant of p.ris mers an i the iaree death li.-t stand as mute testimony to their ialla'itry. A World spec ial from Tokio says the government has oilieial confirmation of the sinking of three out. of four cruisers of the K is-ian Vla.iivo-tocir sipiauron, which ent-red the Straits of i's-.i C.iru to attack llikolat.v They were blown up by mines in pa-sine; the straits; ami another re port is that they were biown up by toriH'do Ixiats. New- from St Peter-h ir..t st i'es that the government admits th.t live war shios have b 'en biown unaiidTi)' I!is s;an sailors ki. 1-d thro. iu h Mi" stupid ity of t 'c t (uninauder of the i riisier '.ovari i, which was blown up by its own torpedo boat-. Six h"n Ired IIus- siam were frozen to iie.itn wnue marehme; over the ice on lake Iloika'.. Tiie folloivin z loss.-s nave b"en sus tained up t he 17th. Jan.ui Four warshio and two merchant vessels. Pus-ia Sixteen warships and '-' j merchantmen. ; Japan's two new warships have ar- ' rived at Yokohama. ' Thirty Japanese battleship on their way to "Webster fc Kverhardy ' store ; for Uellsprinj outter, fresh i-í.'i, . cheese, ail kinds of vegetables a"J i fruit. The llecker-Franz company are ar- j ranjine; for a carload shipment of j wagons in the near fatur-s. Anyone I desiring unythin; in this line will do I well to call on or correspond with the above fin. 1 (.1 0 MORENCI NEWS. The orchestra javo a ball on Wed I nesday eveniror that was a decided i success. The entire ground flour of i the library was thrown op ui and every one had a ood old fa-hioned tim.f . Another Kansian has renci. City, hawk' Mrs Sad. 11. suimlies From Our Regular G'rrr,"ii'U'Ht. S ipt. Mills returned from Douglas the lirst of t he week. Two new fas engines are beine; placed in tiie 1). I', concentrator and work on the new building will com mvnee in the near f ituro. Mrs. J. II. Puekevt and son ret irned from C'.t ' i Corn ia this week and Jim is all smiles aai n. Captain Tuthiil sprained his ankle at drill last Sunday morning; while trying to make a fancy mount. I'sc a step ladder next time doctor. A handsome silver cup was presented to the troop team on Tuesday eveninj as a prize for lu-in? the champion bmvlinir team in Morenci. Another cup was presented to II. I-". McLellan for best individual work. Mr. Fleming resigned his position as superintendent of construction for the I). C. Co. and left Wednesday morr. inir. Mr. Fleming has made a host of i'riends during his stay in camp who atui f ' are sorry to see him leave. I Col. H. W. I.eavell was in carop last week and inspected . tje drill work of the Second Calvary. - II j expressed . himself as highly pleas;d witti their work and i-omisjd that he wo old have the j; u ns and new uniforms sent to them at once. Arthur James and wife, of Xew Voik. were visitors in Morenci during the week. Mr. James is one of the iieavie-t stockholders in the I). C. Co. He made a cry thorough inspection I of alt the vorkinjis and seemed ereatly piea-ed with the outlook, j About thirty-five Odd Fellows I hea.le-.l by N blo (jrand Joe Poor man ! attended lodj;e in Clifton on Monday evening. Tney are loud in their praises of the royal good timoihown ( them by their Ciifton brethern. The Uvd Men also wont down Saturday 1 t-venin and helped the carnival to o out in a bla.e of jjlory. Mr. a-nl Mrs. Waugh entertained at ; finch on la-t Friday evening, i Frank (Jarrett is enjoying a visit .from his brother, K. J. Carrett. of i Bakerslieid. Cal. I Miss Olive Walton spent last week i mi KI Paso combining business with pleasure. Miss Maude Clarke taujjht . in her place while she was away. I Tae Azurito dance on Friday ever.- iiiil was lamely attended and every one had a whooping g.od time. J. C. Moulton and Dave Constantine are in Majdaiena. Mexico, and word came back that they arc doin fice in a Hnaneial wav. Mr. Win. Here's we 'ra." i '.. W. Wei Mrs. Kim. i c inn; Is. of Paul located s. of to all itine; with week. Still improvements e.; Humboldt. The erection bers for the tracks ha-menced. Frisco. Nicholas i i Mo- Dodee Vjs- this on i.t the of iie'vv tim been com- Grand Maik Ball. (iiven by Prof. Pret t v inai. on Wa-h-inton's líirthilay, Fe'ii-.ia-y L'L'nd. Tnis will be the swellest . tin- s 'a-ion. Ii -tter than any .-how. Don't miss it. Suits for rent at the Op 'r.i IIo ;-e anr. fac ma-ks for sale. None permitted to dance without co-tumes until II p. m. Crumi March at ! p. in. Admis sion o()c each or Í1 icr couple. Prizes iven for the best CO-tUllles. Short Supply. The American Metal Market, of New York, in its amended report of 1,'nited Stales imports and exports of copper for the year 1 '. .', concbulus its report in saying that in view of the pre-cnt rate of exports, the .stock of copper on hand in the Pnited States is "consider ably less than two months' rcfj.iir"- ments. ' I-ollowin are the furnished by the American Metal Mar ket: Th? following fienres ar; as nearly correct as it is pos-ihlo to 'et them and 'ives us a fair estimate of the actual supplies for I'.O.'t, in louj tons: Pro't'ii-linii, 'tis c-f jinrit. l i Ni't iininrls, (or-, malte rclnn-.l Tiie KKA is under obi i fat ions to .1 . K. Thompson, who represents a Ia'u" Dumber of tire insurance companies bu ttle following fiemes showing tiei losses of (llfferellt. companies iy t,e Baltimore lire. None of the cotiip.iii represented by Mr. Tlouiip on !. sei iou-ly alTecl.'d by the firo: Aiiirrii iiij i I Vi kii I ih . r S ' "i Am. '. iilriil (inures Hiiiio-t " II ...r .. I II K. A U . Hume Nv N Am. ' N iltlnllil I . MilKir 'ri.-nt I'lllM-lll I'lin.iiil Hkl. Iru- Wii-ti, . nuil S.nnu-fli-. A.r,mili'.:rl. M'i -Mi rn 1 -ii mm r .Vci.nim t.S IKI I 1 iiivi mii .V i I n I '.'I" I I KM I "Jim I mm l I 7'.. I K.J ;tii. ) I'MI IHHI .'yni.u l f.' M'. Ai. li. ii M l: A m I .il l-, inn V 1,11(1 'iiMi. I iili.li 'ii I . n K I I.. I. AC :n ii I. A I I. in A .t I nil !. ii M i r In -l. i . 111 1. -Il III He.,! It.e .. Ii .-lid.- S. I ,. M ,V N. S'lll I III. Ill st I'-l'll 41 ilimi 4" i nil 1 ii.ilil .1 y T'ltnl cxpiirt, (ere, mallu rclurcl).. .'.i,-, :n li.'.l'jn 7.30 Pisilon. tho in' a new liiii. Idcrs. photographer is sho.v of iiovi Ity pho'o cards Judt'e W. '.. li-ck, deputy cki'i'v assessor, s ma kin.' u tour of this - . -tion of the county in the intere-t of the as-esor's otlice. He has tiui-le l his labors on lliack river and th'? I'.i h country. lío i d ini the oitlvi-i precincts tirit, and will thou tackle I' Uutter and e?rs absolutely fresh at the Union Market store. rv, h arnés l.at li.-r, S. J. Forties, ( 'iia-i ra nche v ci if District Court Sammoi... In The I : -tricl leiutt of The Second Judicial District of the Territory of Ar izona, in and Cor the Com. ty of (irabam. Clara I iit'.erwe.k. lairi'ili, s. Al fred líiittci'wick. defciideut. Action brought i.i the Di-trict Court of the Second Judicial District of the Territorv of Arizona, in and for the County of Craham. The Territory of Arizona sends ceetine to Al'red Ilntterivick. the above-named defendant. You are hereby tejmmoned and re quired to aptx?ar in an action brought against you by the above named plain till and answer the complaint, tiled with the clerk of the above, entitled, court at Solomonville. in the County ' of Craham, Territory of Arizona, within twenty days fe-clu-ive of the day of service) after the service ujMin you of this summons, if served in this county, in all other cases within thirty davs. ' i You are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and ans.ver thi; cora-1 plaint as required by law judum-nt by 1 default will be taken against you. ' Given under my hand and the seal of the district court affixed hereto at j Solomonville this ith dav of Decem ber. ! f. ?. Fp.wk DViiRT, Clerk Availnblr fur liinno r.in-uiiiiliím Consumption for the year is vari ously estimated, but a fair estimate ; would be 1-0jO tons a month, a total i for the vear nf 'JMd OoO This Inn.a inuna 'I'd.. .... .k .. tu... .1 . ' us a surplus of II. .'!!') tons for the year ,n'" ,H coliector to collect . u l'.HKtan.l whatever stock was on hand a I"Ts""al l"o r'y when th- p...:- ,, . . , , erfv is assessed, which will iiruv. a year a-o. h-t. matin- the stock on rcat iiard-hip on many people. T e hand January 1, l!o.'!, at .",NK) ton, law i;i ves the a-'-sor t he rih t to . we had on hand January I, ñ I'-op'-rty, (,r any part nf it a 1 st.;k of 70.3 to tons, which, at the j"n'i-.;I.T sell H fr amom.t ..f the tax. It is a vicioud Uw and nho i I present rate of export, is coniderahly M. r,.pa,.e 1 at once. All prop. v less i uiiii io moiiiiis req u 1 1 emeri is. owners siioulij ! eiveri p. r-:i- L. A. M i nine; 1 view. Hay Shannon came in this week from the Mimbres river in New Mex ico, when he purchased several car of fat cattle from Sim HoTslein. a vet eran eattiemau of that place. Hay report-cattle in that section in fairly eood condition as a class, ihoufh the winter has been dy. and cattle will probably have a hard Mm; in the -prine; and summer. The best physic. "Once tried and you will always use Chamteriain's Stomach and Liver Tablets," says William A. (iirard. Pease, Yt. These Tablets are the roost prompt, most plea-ant and most reliaoie cathartic in use. For sale by ail dealer in Tied cine. Have you tried our Monarch ckx)i. They are unexcelled. Union Market store. I make a special'v of mtnin;; views C. I). Kisdon. able time in utnci to pay h n 'a or el-e the law -hoild -p.-. ifv -o:: particular date at which time tax.-, i personal property mut b paid. To Cure a Cold in Uno Day Take I-'ix.'itive l.rotno Ouininc T.c lets. A 11 i utrtri-t s re f iiml the mofe if it fails to cure. K. W. (irove V - ; n.'iturc ison each boxnte HarM-r Wbisk-y is liquid rn bottled poetry. ri', mellow, r-fr -i. i r IT and delicious. Soil by Han Wright, Clifton. Arizona lii-don's photographs a-e up o da See his work arid ;ct h'- pri. b- f . ;foi n if t Isi; w hen;. Chipped U-ef, (dd boil.-.l barn, f--. -' oyole-s at Clifton Mark.-t. Somer-et Club coffee is the very b. -f Sold by S. J. Forbes. Lost or Stolen. i Small Chihuahua doir, white with " 1 brown ears, answers to name of Dad. Cromb A Shannon conMnue to han- ó reward for her return to Clifton die the choicest ranjreand refrigerated j Steam Iaundry or information lea.Jii.,' meat?. Telephone '2 . , to her recovery . \n\n An. ell. I. .. 'Mullir. f . Kuii.l .... (t.-ii. Aim. . II. Am