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VOLUME III
BISBEE, ARIZONA, -MONDAY EVENING, JULY 31-, 1899.
NUMBER 185
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TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS
Ltito Joining Hews.
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Ii. J. Court, one of the bebtknown
miners and proppct'to'-s in tho territory,
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Points.
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"- in Iohiii t n of that camp.
inr.ri(i ,ii i -00 men at
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Igband special sale oif
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.,
Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers,
Chemise and Drawers,
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Lots uf of' Sale at Naco9 Ariz.
- Title Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
dppty M Perspifbrfi Letter to t
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iT..Finest""TiirftQutS" In the City,
Horses boarded by the week, dav or month. Horses
. thought and sold,- Completehack ,seryiceHacks will
"meet alb' trains. "Good service.
Upper Main St.
Bisbee, Arizona
Bisbee Transfer Coeipao59
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Freight, baggage' unci Express Delivered to any vart
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of the City.
fefePrompt Service and fluids 'Delivery.
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& Assayer and Chemiat,
"KjIELIABLE WORK AT riOBERATE
PRICES.
Chicago, VTuly lil. Adolph L. Luct
gcil'ti suiHIen death in tho ponitentinry
, at Joliot, Thursday last, brought to light
tho fact that State's Attorney C. S.
Doncen has had locked up in the vaults
at. the ciim'uml court building almost
from the bsyinning of the accusod'a trial
for wife tmirder)rtwo years ;ago, a con
fession of gujltHLwaa made by Luet
port to n fnlfo'Tprhonor in the iail. Tt
uaaauomto bv tho latter at the Utue
ji heforp the statei ftttoiney It is now
gvha' !J.1V,. pubho Uion for the fiist time.
' LK nvcr alv i I. When tho (tato
. lariioi ai intr.it 1 1 li.mli ljun .1 de
cision 'on tho smelter trouble, which
will not be until Monday at the -earliest,
.it will lecommond tho adoption of tho
eight-honr day among the cla33 ot labor
formeily handled on 12-hour shifts. At
the same time tho wage scale, intended
to bo acceptable to both trusts andmon,
and prepaied in conformity with a re
duction in working time, will be sub
nutted to both parties to tho present,
controversy. Persons familiar with the
piesent status of affairs predict this
decision win mean an immediate re
opening of the smoltere in Colorado, as'
thoy believe the employer and employe
alike will accept tho ruling of the board
as a finality. '
Laguna, N. M., July 31. U. C. Rich
ards, oporator and lineman of the Pos
tal Telegraph company at Gallup, was
killed by lightning today at McCarthy's
station, eighteen miles east of here. He
was perched on a pole testing the wire
and talking to tho wire chief at Albu-
queique when struck, the fhoi-k kriook
. ' i. .
ins I 'm on the nok, Ki ' i ' Htm in-
i-'uitl,). Ihapam t- c I" in Hliong
City, Kansas. The Imlt was felt the
entire length of the vrea from Albu.
queiquc.to Las Anjji les-.
Tho Hague, July ol. 1 he Interna
tional peace conferense met for its final
bittine today. It is announced that six
teen states have signed the arbitration
convention, seventeen tho declaration
prohibiting the thioning of pioblems of
explosives from balloons, sixteen pro
hibiting tho use of asphyxiating gases
and fifteen tho declaration piohibiting'
tho u"o of expansive b lllots.
Havana, July 31. Mayor Xacoste has
determined that gambling in Havana
must stop. Hitherto only Chinese
gamblers have been raided by tho police
but now the war has extended to aris
tocratic gambling circlet.. Font teen
arrests were made "test night and a
large quantity of money was captured.
worlvon liiu u.uiniji,. 'il.'- n:ire oncrgy
of the mine owners seem to be devoted
to ll.o work of locating tho oro body and
acquiring a knowledge of its extent and
quality.
A diamond drill has been used-extensively
to ascertain tho value , of the"
various claimB in the group. In two
places in particular boring by the di ill
has recently shown rich ore running in
thick veins. Several shafts have been
sunk an 1 inn ( tiimul- have al'o been
driven into the hill. One shaft haf
leaojred a depth of 260 feet, while two
others ar..- liown to a depth of 2t0 feet.
Onr-cif tbe tunnels hap been earned into
thohiUat.i lepth di 'A) t-H-t and lie
i3t ' i t 'i (i 'i i it in
The other tunnel lias
feet and a
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Mining properties placed un commission. Mines oxninincd
and reported 'on. Correapondence solicited.. All work
promptly "attended to.
NifPj'WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, TucSon, Arizona-
O&ifj J'ormoi I v of Cono J; Wood; Denver, Colo. 0,
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'Fresh BdffilimiiFPaj!h; Vcal,Sauss-
sages' etc. Choi 00 Cltls of Meats
Only. Fr6sh Bread Daily.
r"'5G-oods Deliyered Free to All Paris of the Town.
. '" Upper WfaJu St., U!b1x:i.
' James F Trotter,
United States Deputy Mhioral vSurvcyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. -.mtr
lu WHllace Biiuainu Eiubcc. Arizona.
'CA.NEWMAEss
Bisbee, Arizoua.
- Tinner, Plumber and Sheet' flleial Worker.-
Mr. Victor C. Heikes, the special'
agent of tho department of mines and
metallurgy for the United States com
missioner to tho Paiis exposition, nr
livedin the city last night and will re
main hero until Monday, sava tho
i luteins ilei '
The li--i n' of Mr lhikt'i ii one
intum ( 1 - 11 in t lie ten m 1
interi'titeu in. lie 1 inn to ' t a vol
l"Ction of minerals to Bend lo the expo
sition nt Pit n v. hu Ii opnc neM vear
it 10 vorv,u.ipwiian!, th..t J.osucujjJ in,
this voi!r,-and it i3 gratifying to leahr
that ho is boing reoeive.l by mining
men with coidlality. Mr. Hoikei spent
tho day visiting the leading mining men
of Mio city, and ho sojiued a niimbor of
samples which ho 'vill forward to Wash
ington at one.
"Tho Copper Queen Company at I5is
bee is pioparinu a largo exhibit of orcB
from uj mine, said Mr. Heikes. The
great eaves of the Copper Quen hive
produc.'d some of tho richest coloring
of mnlauhito ore over found, and this
exhibit will no tioiibt attract general at
tendon to Arizoiu. I am very tleslroiu
of iceiiriu;: a notnl exhibit of gold oien,
and if possible'! would llko to get tome
epeoiniens of your iuduhtrial niineiala,
nu:h as onyx, lithograph lock and budd
ing Kane. Thoro is no cost nttnchtd
to this woik w hh'h U10 people lieru will
h.tvo to hoar for the guvtirninuiti pays
for the. coat of eolleetuig and bliipping
limorosto Paiiy and lutiiMifug thum
heto aftui the fair."
tonti. 1 1 h.
anotlierlOO feet
been carried in about 125
winze sunk fifty-five feet and from this
a drift runs about forty feet.
v GLODE GEISr.
"Porter Fleming, district attorney ot
Gila county, has been in Tucson for
soveral days with the Glebe base-ball
team. Mr.JTloming is secretary of the
Black Warrior Copper Company, the
mines of which are developing into very
large and valuable properties. Speak
ing of the mines Mr. Fleming said to a
Star reporter that the company were
working fifty men at the present time.
There are over one hundred tons of ore,';
averaging ten per cent, in sight now,'
ambother development work shows un
usual ore bodies. Four cat loads of high
made oro oie being shipped every week
to the Silver City reduction works.
Over three thousand .feet of develop
mentTvork has-been done by the pres
ent company. There aro thirty-five
claims owned by the company. The
Diamond H. copper claims embracing
some valuable properties aro owned by
the company. The leaching works will
bo in operation byAugust 1, when 100
tons 01 ore will be area tea daily.
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DOVMi ON CM'i'hi. liVi.fVM.
Mr. Fleiii.njri 1 U,if the Duiialtlt-on
Uonpfcr company, compose lof Philadel
phia capTla!isT?, own iwmvp Tine copjwr
churns on PiaMcieU; adjoining tho Old
Dominion and Ontennul Cupper com
panies' mined. Aronsidoiablu anioatit
of development work has been done on!
these properties and the companies are
thinking of placing smelting works on
tho propoi ties. Speaking of the Old
Dominion company, he said that thoy
were turning out from fifteen to twenty
tons of bullion a day. Arranccments
have been made whereby tho Globe &
Gila 'Valley road.Trill begin in the very
nc,ar future tho extending of its tracks
to the Black Warrior and Continental
mines, a distnnco of fifteen milei. Mr.
Fleming savs that Globe is progressing
very satisfactorily. A number of sub
stantial buildings are being erected and
the tAwn is eojoying a substantial
growth.
IS IT RIGHT
It's "betwixt anh between" here
now. in the interim between the
final outgoing of the summery goods
and-the advance on-coming of the
new reason's merchandise little
prices on lingering lots of present
need goods prevail. For instance:
Shirt Waists well made
and of good material, reduced
from 65c, 75c and 85c to 5oc.
This is a thrice-told tale,
but it bears repeating.
Shirt Waists that were
$1.25, 1.35, i.5 aud. .1,75.
$1.00 aud .51.25.
If you've ueed of a waist
these few words are important
Mens' Wool Pants -a small
lot of only 71 pairs left. For
mer prices were from $1.50 te
$450; now $1.00 to $3Voo a
pair.
Hens' Work Pants-nb'fi
I wool," but wearresisting cot-t"
tonade in dark, dirt-proof col
ors from $1.25 a pair to
..'. $1.00.
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For an Editor to ltejoramend Patent
Medicines?
From Sylvan Valley News, Brevrad,
N. C. : It may be a Question whether
the editor o&anov.'fpapcr1'has the light1
to publicly recommend any of the vari
ous propiielary medicines which ilood
tho market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing wo fool it a duty to say a good word
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known'
1 um' i il I iii Ii mi 1 m on: 1 uni'
1 11 Hm.Hv 1 i 11I h we . 1 v i"
0 n t it, it'll uile. In t-nnv cue-; i Jo o
of tins ipmedy woul 1 buve lours oi
culiering while i phHKianis awaited
e do i.ot belli m.' in depending luiiihe
iiy,u:i any lnudicino fo. ,.i cure,, but wt,
do btlieve that if a bottle of Chumber
lain'a Diarrhoea Remedy wore kept on
hand and administered at tlm incoplion
of an attack much buffering- might be
avoided and in many cases tho presence
of a physician would not be required J
At least tin j has boen our expoiicnee
during tho past twonty years. Foi
sale by nil drugg'ists.
Low Priced Lawns to our
regular 8c assortment have
been added a lot of 10c colored
lawns and dimities. This
means greater choice and an
added element of cheapness.'
8c yard.
Womens' Umbrellas nat
ural wood crooked handles,
75c; steel rods 85c and $1.25.
U01I MUTUAL LIFE IM MCE COfffli
OF PORTLAND, MAINE. .
(iNfoiiroKAiNiJ 1813.)
After K years extended insurance se
emed automatically by thoopeiation ol
astatutoof the Stato of Maine Tin'
only company in the woild doing busi
ne?s under such a legal provision. I.
pays more piopoitionately to living pol
iev holdeis in settlement of policio
tliah any other company. It's in.iu
ranee id gilt edge in every way.
Neat, attractive j.d) printing on fchot
no'.tuiiaUTur.Oiut.
G II, Adams,
Manager,
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N..W. Cinsuj
Resident Agent,
Uisbee, Arizona.
Colored Underskirts two
ruffles at bottom,together with)
dust ruffle -. $1.25.
Little Weight Underwear
for flen the fancy sorts.
Broken assortments , make
prices vmuch less than usual.
Negilee Shlrtssoftor; stiff'
bosom, collars and cuffs at
tached or 4etached; -every de
sirable style and kin& '
85c to $4.00.
Mens' Straw Hats smooth
or rough, braids; soft or. flat
brim. Reduced from $1.75 and
$2.50 to $j.5
White Piaue with welts
Mens' Linen Crash and Co
unnmg acrobs the goodo iu-Vert Suits have had a .lhr
ilenocked off their price. Reg
lead
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Womens' Low Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds. The little prices
marked on them will make it
worth your while to look fori
your size.
nlarly $5.00, now $4.00 a suiL 3
Boys' Wash Suits-the $2150,
2,75 and $3,00 sorts, all now
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