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wkM f t t;.lt &- ;.,o fta y i2fcw'G.?i,''owj fWTiS "xVrK .& ";; " "' ?t ,; ''' if V :?w' r $ ; .i rrrw ? v M. & 7i :S; mm f. ?.' jStai . .. .. ... ..' """l ; -A ITta si Pw rf 1SV y A WH1 A W "IT "My t,-v -fs -- fV ra PjJ 57 fw wit. I I 1 A, 4. ' t& via. ivi EH L V vi iZV ! ft J m XTi b"l Jfv ij .? Ij INK E Ht. 9 lP.ii ' E.. ftllft IvJA H BW R M ! R4 Wfl HI H n. MK jir . mil .v e bii- Lr . -J"I .1 HM El lA. - M7 -rflSI Ml 1J .1 IT fll tfci Mk. M lKV H fe M7 i 'Hft M i ! t VOLUME IB ' ea 9 a a m flu R Wc arc slaughtering, prices on our entire Hue. of suni , iriei good's. Such wonderful bargains were never offered in 'Bis bee before. Every summer article must positively be 6ld, former low prices and cost not considered; Skirt "Waists Still anlco liiiQ Jo.solpct from. Prices cut intwo. 'jifl,,. &. Lawne.Craahea.anjl'Or'gaudies, J-lff. ,. -v' ' Fancy I'urasula, tho very lateat.raodes, at tho following low p'ricaa:. ' 4,,. M.00 Fancy'Stripod Taffeta Parasols o at $2.U5, 2.45 Fancy Silk Plaid Parasols ro at .$1-..S5. .12.60 Fancy Fep SilkPnrnsola ko at il.dH. Chlhlronsv Parasols t'oarnjifcr; ' ., f ... s ,, Other, goods too niuncroua tomentSon, fold on the Bamo low basis. .. t va M We have secured the sole ageu RoyAL Worcester Corset Such elegant 'fit, such perfect form was never know a to be had from any .other brand. Prices no higher 'than a cheap, inferior make. . ":53j A uKunoja L.ots,;.for Sale at Naco9 Ariz, Title Guaranteed? Prices Reasonable. apply, in Person ovlijj Letter to fip hi. ft i d TIM GRIFFITH, Proprietor. Finest Turnouts in" the City, florses boarded by the week, day or. month. Horses "'' "bought and sold, Complete hack service. Hacks will meet all trains. Good service, .... Upser Main St. Bisbee Transfer Freight, baggage and Express Delivered to any vart ' T:" ' '-' of the City. Prompt Service mill fjiiiclc eliyery. -.Assayer and Chemist, RELIABLE WORK AT flODERATE PRFCES. '' Blining properties placed on commission. Mines examined and reported on. Corrunpoudence solicited. All work - promptly attended to. ;N-P.,W00D, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Aazon?i- r.'t.; Fonuerlv of Cono & ' . j-.. " .'';-"" - James F'. . United States Deputy Mineral " . SURVEYING ItS t'Ecc in Witltawe lulium; C. A. NEWMAf .Tfnncr, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker. Second lEasuI CSoods BossjrJit asstl 3o!d. mntmcm vmr The California Market. KENNEY BROS, .Fresh JJeef Mat ton, Pork; Tfeal, iSaios . sages, ele. Choice Cats ' hf. Meats Only. Prcsh Bread Daily. , 4- A.t T ' , i;&c(is feliwed Free to ;0 VVVcr rl'i ,-V. The kadi uu" brand of America! T p n A- . O 9? ;i iiNk 7V WACO, AK.I2, 1 its. Basfoee, Arisoxia WWMltMWM Wood, Denver,' Colo. SwaoTri' 'Trotter, Surveyor and Civil Engineer LL ITS BRANCHES. BiBbcc, Arizona. O. K. Street,, q Bisbee, Arizona. wrw WW'lilWitil Ji Propr.'ctors. All Pr!a of tluTowii. 0 5itt Clyl:cv ' " BISBEE ARIZONA, 'iALTRSDA"V TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS Fresh From the ViVw from All Points. Cincinnati, July 201$ Brokcfw iu 0110 of the ooko pits of tho cast iron pipe- foundry, formerly Addison SteM company, at Addison during tho night. All that remains standi: now ia a stone walj. Tho firo w& caused by overffowing metal from one of tho core ovens. The loss is cstiratta at half a million dollars. Five hundred men are thrown out of work. Chadron, Nob., July 20 Mike Roilly a cowboy courier, Las just ridden into town from tho Cheyenno river, I5ad Lands, GO miles north of hero in .South Dakota, with a Ftartlinu story oi Jrwiun Uepifhittoiu and a uVht between a !.. d ru :i'.i.;nt titlv - mid; and rouiM- iip party of tow !.. Xccordiusj to u.,i;jv .story, the ii,,',.,., wi.- ont- numL'Ciftl I'i" i'iiv, 1 "., t.i o 1 ".;.". started tho light without any provoca tion and now have tho cowboys hemmed in and surrounded. Tho cowboy says he managed to slip away and camo to this city for help. London, Ky July 20 Tho situation in Clay county has assumed hugo pro portions. The present feud is the lar gest over known and is composed of the most desperate men that over fougbt in mountain feuds. Monday's slaughter proved to be tho beginning of a a Eeries of battles. The news of tho battle spread rypidly over Clay county. Runners wore soht out to inform tho friends of both sides. Tho Plulpots came to tho support of their kinsmen in nutil,o:s of ten a;:d fittwii frnm ilibtant I vM (if the roui.tv.". Tuo of ;?! ' horpee fell do-.! undei tliti ride-; 3 hop; I I overheat, so onor "- thf Philj -t t iitt to 1 tie cud- j. v n;.. Ti .-j tp ro porte.l to nupi'j.-t :i" hnnrfd, '.v amis leady for another attack trom the Mor ris and Grinnin and Chadwell clans, who arc reporteuV,two milea away with fifty armed men. Played Out. e . Dull headache, pains in various par of tho body, sinking at tho pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, feveriahness, pimples or sores are all positive evidence of immiro blood. No matter how it bo como so it must be purified in order to obtain good health. Acker's Blood Elexir has never failed to cure Scroti ulous or- Syphilitic poisons or any other blood diseases. It is certainly a wonder ful remedy and we sell ewory bottle on a positive guarantee. Sold by J. S. "Williams & Co.' "WANTED A good plumber. Apply at this ofliice. J19tf Z Library lamps and stand lamps just received at B..'F. Graham's. t Gun-shoJ; wounds and powdor-burns, cuts, bruiees, r prams, wounds from rusty rails, insect stings and ivy poison ing, quickly healed by Do Witt's Witeti HfiTul-Kalvp, Pnuit.ivnlv prevents I. 1 ml 1 -oin')";. I'.-v.."'1 ui cur..! 1 ii -. ! e '.'itt'-"' .- i ,. and -' ! . ('o.'l'i 1 ()" en M iirr. I'd. ru It" fSfai A1 ti -t a .' :, . ' s sj m i v a i, - 3.s3cs;;s(3- .. rMjju Cut Roses of'allyjcinds for. sale at U5 cents per dozen. Special rates given to festivals and partiep. Particular attention given to shipping orders. Flow ers carefully packed. MKS. J. O. DUNBAP, phol Addition. Phoenix, Arizona. THEUHIOH KUIUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PORTLAND, MAINE. (iNCOItPOBATEI) 1818.) After Sycara extended insurance se cured automatically by tho oporation of a jtatuto of tho State of Maine. Tho uiily company in tho world doing busi ness under such a legal provision. It payu more proportionately to living pot iev holders in settlement of policies than any other company. It's insu rance ia (tilt edge in every way. U II, Adams, N. W. On am:, ' Maimgur, Resident Agont, PhoonU, Uiabee, Arizona. NING, JULY 20, f'JCillitip at Cananeai f - l'Vl wo 't'coivcd here late last .uigjit iljatoii uia : mined Harry Styles bad b?8H'w killed ly a Moxican at the CobroOraodo camp in the Cananeas, Ronora. From a party who returned fri m tjiorq ti. iiiornit' t.ie i .. n kt. us the following : 'fitylts, who wn employed ! tlic coin pany as an axeman in getting out laggiiv.vhaviiis imbibed tuo freely 0f tequifd, became abusive and boisterous, and Avhen called down by a Mexican -conRtabl' ho-'nisdo inultins; Tomarks and.reslsKt arrest and started to roaeh for his gun but tho oflieerwae to miiek foi him and shot at him Dim . times, killing him inetantly. The olVn-er rrae was jitt ui jail and was " rwards given a hear'ng and was diin. mjoI, the evidence gointo biiow that it was done iu self "defense, ritylea is said to have worked" hero and also in Tombstone be fore colmr to Sonora, whether ho is mar- lied or not our uiforru.vt !iM im know. A b 101 1 Treasure r. Cou.-ty Tn i'mr P. ! i i.idy h., loilO'.l to nci r.-!m ij'iartei v -tateiiieut -::i SiA.t:afci.'. ..ui the i v. .1 v1' sui)er vieors last week as reqnirad by law and tho board this week instituted legal pro ceedings and suspended him from office. There seems to be a shortage of six or soveh thousand dollars, which the bondsmen will make .up if thoso who have recieved the money do not dis gorge. On account of the death of U'O of his children within the past week much sympathy is expressed for the ex-county treasurer, who aeema dazed by tho culir.ination of the, unfortunate events, it is more than probable that when Mr. Brady gets at himself once more he will be able to straighten mat ters out and his bondsmon will not suf fer. The board of supervisors at its meeting yesterday appointed W. Y. Price county treasurer, and that gen tleman will take, charge of the offico as u;ir.:r; .";" . . . , . . ti d-p'diy. Pot h are thoroughly eotu petcnt and le.Uable and will b-eon 1111-ravi-1 tr. Miiglo. Florunio Tribune. IT 1M.J:! r For an. Editor to Rocommend Patent Medicines? From Sylvan Valley Nows, Brevrad, N. Ci :' It may be a question whether tho chtor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the vari ous proprietary medicines which flood tho market, yet as a preventive of suffer ing to feel it a duty to say a good word for Qiamberlaiu'b Colic, Cholera and Diamoea Remedy. Wo have known and ined this medicine in our family for tventy years and havo always foundtt reliable. In many cases a dose of thU romedy would save hours of sufforhg while a physician is awaited. We dCnot believe in depending implic ity onany medicine for a cure, but we do beleve that if a bottle of Chamber lain's piarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand ind administered at tho inception of an rttack much suffering might be avoided and in many cases the presence of a plysician would not bo required. At leas! this has been our experience during 'no lmst twenty years. For sale byall druggists. ; En-tTn E-rur-ior.". The P. i ; i ) my will !"0" on Pali ;i! l)fUt)n iM.P'lv lt atn! -iid, lOUlid ti:p ticjol -'o ! troi:, M.i'ls., tor one t.'.i" pllb $'- :' '"''" I tiip. The oeea 'ton Jelng the an.ii:e' . . .1 1 ' d;i ut the ' -'!" . K.ndeavor. Tii '.etn are good staining August' ICth. ThdJamo company will put on sale July Sth. and 17th., round trip tickets to lnc?anupoli8 for one faro plus $2 for tho rotmd trip. The occasion being the Bienn'al convention of the International lipwo'th League. Tickets good return ing Afatst 20th. trcit lb Phoenix cream for sale at the Burrfl.'Wallaco building. A -Otfl ill MILLINERY 811, Mrs. M. J. Blair, Prop. A cotnp clo lino of the lates styles of Spnng and Summer Goods Jtibt Ai rived. a ttern Hats oT the Latest Desip. .yfits Irliuiuei! tooulcr aspccuiUy ,j' t i Cail wtt1 inspect my goods bciori i purchasing cbcwherii. ' RVK 1899. --?XC'i-.vxx.M-c4-j -9-;?M4C' X $"&v' $$-C-C C- s- s s - --it ii.-wAi-A rJ ''Sorosix" inijH'orcs your appearance, your temper and yotor health. Another New Stoe for f oif Of bright dongola kid, coin toe, laced or buttoned and spring heel. It's the flat heel that makes the makes the difference between it and the ordinary shoe. $2.75 is the Price, I 1 TTT .1 ,,,... Aia a wmsy, m awm Steitis. It's Si&ck-Cleariug: Time Mere Now- .;. cleaning time to the" thrifty housewife comes no more regu larly or is no more imperative than stock-clearing to a pro gressive store. Goods cease to be seasonable here months before your need of them has expired. Hence here are goods you're wanting now aud will want for some time .yet, at greatly reduced prices: The new prices on shirt waists are worth telling of again : 50c for peicale waift, made carefully and well. "Four bits" never before bought such shirt wairtt goodness. $1.00 and $1.25 for waists you didn't hesitate to pay $1.25 to $1.75 for only a week or so ago. Tho highest grades waiets we carried (.this season, made with fronts of cluster- ed tucks running straight or diagonally, of lino lawns, dimities and madras, $1.75 and $2.00-$2.25 toS 00 heretofore C.I'i !::i-.N' l-:.. -.-.. on.s so em .l I iflt. V 1 .,! , s.'.ia.iei -iz e al o0e, an 1 a i uut-d imN-r ot .1... "- "-r r :T, ..""!.. 1 ui 1 tlrt-fSfH at s, I ""v' : i ':. 'i. re. j iho balance coiihti'ia.of cliww to 14 year old girrfit Ut5o to $1.75. .... ..:- SUMMER SKHtT :.iATEUIALS Cotton coverts, 28 inches wido two shades a green and a blue mixture 15c .1 vard. $tM4 The Copper Queen tore. -3w I NUMBER 176 ;. ffik ri tst a 5- The New Shoe for Women. The Smartest Boot of the day. The Hit of the Century. The Extreme of Style. The Perfection of Common Stmm and Comfort. The Best Shoe evtr sold at any pric. Different from all others. I $3.50 A PAIR. I .1: -' This trnde-nmrk Is branded Into the solo ot every sLoo. MENS' STRAW IIATS-The $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50 kind are all marked noif at $1.50. A good time to replace th hat that has become a- little dingy. Naturally tho better ones wjll go firtit. MENS' CRASH SUITS From $5.09 to $4.00 nd this is only July, with August an.t September, both hot months, stfll to come. BOYS' WASH SUITS-at$2.00,$2.60 $2.75 and $3.50 were the previous pricw. Tw dollars wouldn't be much to pay U11 any o 01 .1 ,i. s'ar suita are nof "any eo't"- hes aicihebcrt. MKN' 'X - Tnai-i.Jja.Kto mA ate ,a-i . . 1. Us l-e to ; a pair; tana l."c to T a ) i;t. Perhaps vou want to the monotony ot the sombre quiet 3ltwla t)14lUV.h ..- ,..,-- as you coul'd wish 25e to 50o a pair. OYS' WABTP for dress or play light or dark colors, UKndried or un laundried, attached or detached comufc You may chose at from 25c to $1.55 eek i-i -fti V:Tr'T- - T- 'T- Trr TT h" Bjh9HRb i- U ! S7- iPti h- jf,ft- . iaiiafi b i "