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BISBEE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY, iWENINC. 'JULY 18, r8g9.
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NUMBER : 174
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, .The Bull Game.
TWw vriB ,'ood turnout at the base
tail imiu, Oar;?!o pardon, Sunday to
l'rcsh From the "Wire from Allpt'i JWpe between the Tucson
l I.AIritf fill.. ,..-.-..... 1 .. .. .finl n.f AMHni.l
era'Mtnnjfhusute;ii over the good panic
iJw'M""' ,1i'itav0 evidence that the city
lvwTjive ftustnctoiv support to a good
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"Ilia giuno .Sunday was interesting,
noffjjgr feliio gamed lead enough in the
se6rt5 tutH how the contest would end
"uhtirtlie, hist inning was played. The
i.i ZTn4 iitaJv .s ,, ilicir i,i!i- in twi.
imWri, the wcond ;nn.i LiUh. Tb Hi;--bo
toturtnrt, - a ptcidy i:nr". tHil;)tud
'.t Tiot Irpf-i w t'rror.s at. rritical rmmt
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(ii.i' MaJrutAniitViim 8Uirt.yuU, j'isiimi r;'-' '
ftp tte,.' 1. t-alo -In, , v . , rcKHlur-pi-leo "ci-nj.8- "Vmlco 29 cents
Lwljes ! ft'c olilit , regular price 50 cents, out pi.lco w cents
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.On our show counters will bo dis
played these goods and everybody ,,i$. J
irvit'ed to attendhthis great' bargain" V
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IVjirufVuly lS.rr-The sitproma fOprl
i has decided '.-nuanimously that the t
hour Jaw wa oneoiistitutional. The
8-h'our law, which wiva enacted at 'Hid'
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i-iiuH HfWHion oi mo. legislature, ppneu
'ini 1 1 iuiiw?, STiieltoru and rn. lot
j t.'if 1 .UiffwiT rti oM-e. The refaeal oi
th;' Xi'ifrifsiB .iru'U.u. anff ftafhiJng
i-nniiiiii trv friy tli4
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Sale commences i-Kfu1
morning and lasts until alb are dis- t
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posed of, . . : 4
:nf w.tv's R,they v.-v,,!,) h;
oi;;ht honip, a li.td tcin j,kJ ifre 5tn
iiuuio, caubcd llio iiueUeits t ?jt :! 1
on Juno 15, when the new law became
operative. Tho company kown aa the
Smelter Trust will now endeavor to
reach an aggreement with its former
employees aa to wages and hours of
labor-ami to reopen the smelters as soon
as possible. The officers of tho Smelter
Men's Union soy the furnace men who
formerly worked twelve hours n day
will work but eight hours in the future.
I Hots for Sale at Naeo, Ariz,
' .j; Title Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
tfppTy in Person or. uy Zctler io'
South Bisbee Copper Co.
fi4iift:;i i His l!a
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
d irectors of the South Biabee Copper
Company was held at, the offices of tho
company iii this city in tho Bryson
Block on .Tuesday evening, June 11.
All tho directors of the company were
present, Mr. John A. Fairchild, presi
dent of the company, in the chair.
At tho regular annual meeting of the.
stockholders in the company, hold last
January, a resolution was adopted em
powering the directors to increas3 the
number of directors from seven to nine.
In pursuance with that rewlution tha
directors appointed Mr. W. F. Botsford,
provident oft the California Bank, and
M' Lvihi In hit ;ii vi. 1 it ,i;r - 11 w ot j
lliw Liiy, ditn.toi - "f u." Svul' "iili1'.'
Some rep-)i ts ik:u tho supcriuiouJeut
O! !'i-' 11. a- .'.' - ' ' U Z
:i. The work of ;)i:'
Tnvson luttory t'i , .'r-oi-Iiont. Cajuam
Drachman ti'ik in pid'lic!'" Imx a
WhUo was unable to get here. While
Drachman was a littlo out of practice,
ho held tho Bisbse-team in good shape.
It is doubtful if Tuccon could have mado
a better showing with any other man in
the box. Lopez, as usual, was almost
perfect in his work and made many won
derful stops. Below wo give the score :
' SUMMARY TUCSON.
Dracnman, p... .5
Lopez, c 5
Ilogwood, rf 5
Drachman, ;3d b.5
Kelly, 2d b 5
Zabriskie, 1st b.4
Boland, If 4
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TIM (1RIFF1TH. Propficlor.
Bhodes, 3d b....5
Walters, 2d b... '5
Jonnston, If . . . ..5
Dclanoy, c... ...5
Stillman, cf 5
Armstrong, p.'.,. 4
Munch, rf...-. .j.4
P-onmo, l?t b ' .4
T&t.il (I i2 2-1
inrcc nasi' hum, rjimm.in. 1 wo ihc
hit?, Lopez aud Koland. Baes stolen,
i't'.cson 4, i:i''.tv :. ll..-v , u.j i.t;ie.l 1
haiN off 111? iuia'. ' 'iff Arm tt-nf 1. 1
1 2 0
2 2 5
'2 3 0
1 0 11-
1 1 1
0 2 .1
0 1 6
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I The New 5hoe for
The Smartest Boot of the tl&y.
The Hit of the Century.
The Extreme of Style.
The Perfection of Common 5eHJ6
The Best Shoe ever sold at any prfc.
Different from all others.
g $3.00 A PAIR, jg
"Sorosis" improves your avpearance, your
temper and your health.
This trade-mark is branded into
the sole ot every shoe.
Aiffier M Sta for f omen-
Of bright 'dongola kid, coin toe,
laced or buttoned and spring heel.
It's the flat heel that malces the
makes the difference between it
and the ordinal' shoe.
$2.75 is the Price,
2i t : Ana a wnrtliy, vll 17eariR Snoeitis.
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Elorses boarded b' tho week, day fir month. Horses
bought arid sold,1 . Complete hack service. Ilack will
meet. all trains. Goo'd. service. ". . , " . ',
Upper Main St. - Bisbee, Arizoaisa
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imlllioraiirmn ty "' lV " ' man Pav- i L.i'!. IM.i-.ovl
level-", hnd begun. The .-U.-ctora Btat 0 gamPy-.m-iiour and
tnst tiif reports received wp ro or' the
oiost satisfactory character. l.oV
Bisbee Transfer Company,
Freight, baggage anoZ Express Delivered to any vart
of the City.
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. Prompt Service asad fluids: elivcry.
j. Assayer &nd Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT HODERATE PRICES.
Mining propfities placed on commission. Mines examined
and reported on. Correnpoudenco solicited. All work
promptly attended to.
N.fP. WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona.
Formerly of Cono ct Wool, Denver, Colo.
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" , James F." Trotter,
Tjiiited States Deputy Mineral' Surveyor and Civil Engineer
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iSURVIiYiNQvIN A!.L, ITS BRAiNCHES. , .
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For an Editor to Rojommond 'Patent
From Sylvan Yalloy Nes.f Brevrad,
N. C. : It may be a question whether
the editor of a newspaper1 has' tho right
to publicly iecommend any of tlje vari
ous proprietary medicines which flood
tho market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing wo feel it a duty to say a good word
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Wo have known
and used this medicine in our family
for twenty years and have always
found it reliable. In many casoa a dose
of this remedy would save hours of
suffering while a physician 19 awaited.
We do not believe in depending implic
ity on any medicine for a cure, but wo
do believe that if a bottle of Chamber
lain's Diarrhoea Remedy wore kept on
hand and ndministured at the inception
of an attack much suffering' might be
avoided and in many cases tlo presence
of a physician Mould not bo required.
I, At least this has been our experience
dunni: the past twenty -years. For
sale by all druggists. 1
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Rick Headache absolutely and d er
manently cured by using Moki Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cures constip,
ation and indigention, makes you oat
Bleep, work and happy. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money back. 25 cts.
and 50 cts.
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ihe thrifty housewife coitus no more regu-
J larly or is ho more imperative than block-clearing to a- pro
Goods 4.cn:ic to be seasonable here moisilis before your
need of them has expired. Hence here arc goods you're
wanting now and will want for some time yet, at greatly,
For sale by J. S. Williams
For tin roofing and glittering, go to
Joseph Schwartz! Now is the time bo
or tho rainey season. A. 14 tf.
BISBEE aid NACOSMI
TIJSI TAFT, Prop.
Leave Bisbee Tuesday and Fridays.
Arrivo in Bisbco Tuesdays and Saturdays
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O. K. St reel,
jL-kX.a.i. 1 a rw.hec, An.oiKt.
Tinner, Plumber rd Sheet To? rsl Worker.
vvwJta jt.M.t it sg7"v, ti.. ux kjAAb iiiii y va.vt
mr 1 8 '1 lift 'f
... :e balii'ornia Mao
1 - KBNNEY BROS, Vroprliitiis.
--&h!w 'trite- ?'. tr '
pSV Fiesh ncef, Mutton, Voi'k, Tea
JWk'i' "w-v'' l0' Choice Cats of"
Only. . Fresh Breadr Daily.
.SSfGiafis:-l)eiivercd Kreo to All Paris of the Town.
'if &$mi&far ' ;i Vpr-Kaln St., Blfilicc,:, .V
A disoaso.l stomach surfcly under
lnines health. It dullu tho brain, kills,
encr'V, destroys-tho nervous system,
anil predisposes to insanity and fatal
diseases- All dyspeptic troubles are
quickly cured by Kodol Dyspopsia Cure
It has cured thousands of cases and i3
nu'rinir them every dav. Ito inaredients
an '-acii that it raii'i ii' ,i .'uiiii. I'nj.-
Iilil I Ilium. 1 . I 1 , , r 1
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hrl.i'nt Throe trood, l.vrgn adobe
rooms in fine cnridii.on. F'irmshod.
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Libiaiy laiupo and tiUuil mmpdjustl
receiveu at u.i'. tirananrs. t
At Copper Oueon tore
liero liilui'inntloncuu cluul
' W. R. THOM,
NILE 18 MM
.idsti'iii-- '- ! Mi nnmi'iite a 1 pi'iialty
Stone fiitiii'g of all I'inds dnn
'-;:!. ni'atiu'.i ami d. ; t!"-h.
im orders 01 me Bis&ie Dma store.
The S. P. company will place oh m!
nt Benson on July 1st and 2nd, louitdj
tlip tickets to Detroit, Mich"., tor onH
fare plus $- for round trip, ihoucn
flioli being the annual convention of
tho Christian Kndoavor. lickets an
Hood lotuining August' 15th.
The. saniO company will put oh pa'e
July Kith. and 17th., round'trip n '
to Iiidiauupolis for one faro vt- - i"
tho louud trip. Tho occasion homy: I.'-'
Uicnniiil oonvenfiou ot the Intel na'iun.i!
Kpwoith I.fiipue. Tick(tav' e"iin
inijr AjittHt 'JIUlu
Cut Roses ofjall kinds for sale
nt !!5 cents per dozen. Special
lales given to festivals and
141 ties.; Particular attention
K en to filiipping orders. Floiv
' era carefully packod.
5ll:S. J. O. BUN.15AU,
1 pivl Addition. .- l'honnix, Arizona
The new prices on shirt waists arc
worth tolling of again :
50c for peicale waist, made carefully
aud well. "Four bits" never beforo
bought such shirt waist goodness.
$1.00 and $1.25 for waists you didn't
hesitate to pay $1.25 to $1.73 for only a
week or so ago.
, Tho highest grades waists wc carried
this season, made with fronts of cluster
ed tucks running straight or diagonally,
of fine huvne, dimities and madras,
$1.75 and $2.00-$2.2r( 10 $3 00 heretofore
CHILDREN'S' DRKM4I2S only eix;y
como odd left. A few of tho smaller
sizes at COc, and a limited number of
tho exquisitely trimmed
dresses at $:;.50 are Ktill here.
MENS' STRAW HATS The $2.00,
$2.25 nnd $2.50 kind are all marked now
at $1.50. A good time to replace the
hat that has become a little dingy.
Naturally the better ones wj'U go first,
MENS' CRASH SUITS Froai $3.00
to $4.00 pud this is onlvu.J.yJy,, with
August and .September, both hot'
months, stfll to come.
BOYS' WASH SUITH att2.t30,$2,50,
$2.75 and $3.50 were the previous pricas.
Two dollars wouldn't be muc. to pay
for any sort of a suic Our suits are not
"any sort" they are the host.
MENS .SOX The reliable hd
gingham steadfast black, 15o to 33c a pair.; tans,
j 15c to 35c a pair. Perhaps you want to
Tho balance consists-of diesses for s v:lr-v tho monotony of the eotnbro quiet
to 14 year old girls at $1.0 J to $1.75. I "hades. Hero are fancy box as faucy
is you could wish 23c to 50a,pair;T
SUMMER SKIItT- MATERIALS
Cotton envorf, 2 inches wide twe1
-hade a yu-eii ami a blue juislaie 15c
BOYS' WAISTS .'or dree or play
light or 4I.11 it C !, Ui.fultie-I or no
aundried, aiU .. '.I -ir !et.i"hvl tut'.
111 may c.'-n .t '. '.'"-. to $1 '6kh t
4(W-tWC--i. 0 frOiO90$ A 000-f-i9K
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