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f v ,- -.V y-y ti-y 'v- tJr-.-ir -f 65s " ORB Juf If?, -.,i i " - F "-"'-r -'I 1, W'' " ' ' , t , V 'Sit. gf VOLUMEin ' BISBEE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1809. NUMBER 189 uijuih i m mitfimmtv' tMJW- wwyyjajgyw I t-, imiiwwWiESSSL" - - " " SNAPPY BARGAINS; TELEGRAPHIC SPAMS : - Fresh From the Wires Irom All Po;r.ts. Ks IT UIGIIT WE are Mad to note the constant nsfcV .lrtMMjiMBAmMi , -. ; ' t We arei&Omtdlltll Offering. , .L- ,. 1 ! Havana, Au a 5.-Considerabie;. com- 27&C Mtlance Of thiS W6Ck' Will lllia WHtppY 8 i ment w ad eauscd ly.-ie.this afternoon by I croivdedfrom morning mitilmght, the Mj1 j7 ? ,: tho -.publication o; ndis'pntch from iiic I BARGAINS We offer will oe me oausw v i I Indies' Silk Lisle Vests worth 40c go at 30. v s . f made by a loading New Yoi k paper that ?$. "IkdV Silk Lisle Vest's; worth 3Sciuo aZM?- Ifo Governor General Brooke," Brig Gen. I , .JRJ.mltOS- 6UK riKvpuun V""i0 "."'::- ,".Iit;i..n .".JMat 5 ' " nnv'KRnlbrritr.r.HlorwHiU' iH-in i-i wiiu. .- - nc cc suit, cot' i iv ,r .. ,i 7nr s o.iMMi'. niwvoi.. s'Byn-" VostH v ,-th is ami -oc ? go at, 10c. "" - I ' Oilr fcufiPtrf"' Mtolm derweaftmcly the I Best Ever Showii'Hcre.antVnmsned in 'Every taili'4 LalifiB? VrH.f I'rxlcrskirls. Hotnc witu lnscriins an-. o I :".", m .;.,-. :.. . t . fvni-i;. witn J.ici' wn J-- i.. K" v " - LadiK-White I'n.i.kirts. worl'h !fl... Ko nt .). ImriiV Whit.- riplvivktrtH, ivn.-ltl fl.W - at .rl -') jJuiliesV White. UndorfikntH.-wontJi l-W t!l "' '.- lAdicBWlittb Underskirts, worth 5c. goat (Mvj?, , - -v-"" ' SHOES. . . . ' ' Ab-4 Tan, LVut -Vwi KkI" Shoea,' w6itW2o") c 1J! Swn -Bl, '-Ifeiff b, 5. Wrtl. jf-2.60 n 45 , Mon'a Heavy, Nail Shoes, worth2.60B at -OO , -IifiTlPB Blak and Tan Oxford's, wortli W.00 K.a. -.0. All Oiher Goods Wo Have Cut from 20 to 2o per cent. " i.Jii'U vV ttW : -f. : : sLM.$2t jciajca.. : I. !?! Vl? 'rtV JlV a: 4. r- T?nvn1 Worcester Corsets. AlLSu.tnmer Dress Goods and off. ? i i i ii ti in- -11 1 I - . . :..";TG6l" :Lots ..for. Sale at Naco, Ariz. Title Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable. ; dyvly in Person or bij Letter to J J w - . - I JR,.' Ij . . " .,'.. ''" " ?i,yTF,Tr--" "-,t?-- nc-: NACO, AUIS, 'vjXfi-'' ' W- )iito 1 iwr W prill 0 IK mi V, tSwj him 6 III " "" " T1A1 ORHTITH, Proprietor Finest Turnouts in the City, ,Hdrses;:'"boarded "by the "week,'"' day of.month. Horse fought and sold.' Complete hack service. Hacks wi orses ill m'cet all trains. Good service, 'Upper Blalsa Sl "Bxsljce, Arisoaaa KlUMiKMWKMMWM Bisbee 'Transfer. Company, X'JVeitht. tylggagc and Express Deliver eoi to any vait -V " ' of the City: w i " ' ift: J-ii- nyrayjipyijrr Assayer . and Chemiat, 'RELIABLE WORK AT flODERATE PRICES. Mining propor ties. pVy:od n commifision.' 'Klines examined ' "'"Villi .rt'porteit on." Corre'Si'ondehco solicited. All work iM. P. WOOD, X4.'r Ponniv..siou wKa-t, Tucson. Arizona. J i.Ml ' ' !.' V W"1, iMVff, C'.l). .jL. " - -- l ryXTKllgnw WTOWi1 rtwwjww United States embodying the chamo made by a loading New Yoik paper Hist Governor General Brooke," 'Brig Gen. Ludlow, military' Kovpffnr of Havana Collector Ta&ksr Bliss ami Alajor l.i-.-. the sanitary oQVl?, at Havana, havt tsen receivina extra allowances ont of ittieGuban ruvunoflfl tw maintain Unui- ; selves in 1 lxury. Tue fceling among the AnitrUans in Hiwana is that Urn charge is btt'i upon serious anpi. !i"ii oioiiti ul the ucU of tnc caw, 'i Ii" i a - geition of luxurious living perplexes Cubans who are in a position to contrast the democratic way in which men hold ing high ranks of Generals Brooke and Ludlow conduct their establishments with the prodigal habits of the old Spanish regime. As to the charge that General Brooko has expended money in jepairing the palace, the Americans re ply that this old and historic stfucturo had either to be repaired and remod eled ,or pulled down. San Francisco, Aug. 5. It has been discovered thatthe'orderof the supreme court granting Albert Hoff a new trial w.is not based on an error on the part of the presiding judge in delivering his charge to the jury regarding the motive but on the question of circumstantial evidence. Tlio supreme court holds that the charge leiative to circumstan tial evidence in the case was faulty. Thi""phiee a new light on the matter and piei'lu.les the possibility ot Mis. Cordelia lWkin uottini: a new trial for the murder of Mrs. John i'. Dunning, by means of i oitoned ardy sent through the mails. Washington, Au,!.&-li-ipaired health may (Oiupi-i Miss (Mara Burton to re liuyuieh active manaj.nicnt of the lted Cross Society. The responsibilities imposed upon this "grand old lady" through her activity in relieving the sick and distressed among sold iors' dur ing tlio Spanish war, have greatly im paired her health, and her relatives and friends are troubled about her. Bcnnes, France, Aug. 5. Owing to o active newspaper campaign against holding the Dryftis court martial in an uiuanilary location, the authorities have decided to hold the trial in Lyce, where a magnificent hall- is available. The first session ol the court is expected to be short. The trial will bo resumed probably Wednesday or Thursday. rt ah. Kditor to Kciommend Patent ! H' Medicines? From 'SylvHJi Vullev New?, Ercvrad, ! G. t-irlt may bo a uuestion whether I .i ., ...i.t.'r ..f ., ,....,.., .,r 1,119 tlu rit'ht tilt- KVJf,"' v. ti ti ',l (-, I.I..J w..w - -, t(J i-abitwiN Jt- juimend any of tho vari ous prOlJM'ieiary medicines which Hood tho market, yet as a preventiveof suitcr intr we feel ir h duty to say a good word for Ohambei lam's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Kemedy. Wo have known and used this medicine in our family for twejity years and have always , , it" i-t . j mitiy easei a ilo?e ol tins remedy aouM savo 1 ours ot snfforirig while a phvsieian m uvsaited. We Ip not bolieve in dep-ndiiv implic it y on Rny nietlicine for a euie. out we do-bt'fint if a bottle u' Chamber Iain's Diarrhoea. Remedy were kept on imnd and administered at the ino !ion of an piiack niu.'h Miffeilng mi 'M !' .ivoide I and in m.inv e.t':e.s the j 'eiiet- of a physician would not bo required. At least this has ben our experience during the past twenty years. For sale by all druggists. THE COPPER QUEEN JC : STORE. !' ..'.' .If nov. ? & Don't monkey with outsiders unless they.'are of tho kind that have money to invest in the city. These strangers who'are always wanting to go into the pockets of the business men are enemies to die town. It will be ablessing to Bisbee when our' business men and citizens quit listening to the schemes and fakes of outsiders. It is tho homo man who has tho'good of tho town at heart, after all. Scott Whaley and wife expect to leave in a few days for Aque Caliente, where Mrs. Whalev goes for treatment for rheumatism, from which she has been suffering for some time past. Tim Griffith, proprietor of the Palace stables, will leave in tho morning for the east, where ho j;oes to purchase a carload of buggies and carriages for his fctable. t MissiLillie Trainor, a sister of Mrs. -Morris' H it'll, arrived yesterday from Sii Diego and w, II remain 1 ere imleii ii : 'y, havin-j; accepted a popitMn i:i the (. ;, f.er Queen Store. "betwixt and b8twcen,, here In the interim between the final out-going of the summery goods and the advance oncoming of the new season's merchandise little prices on lingering lots of present need goods prevail. For instance: mm 5''Vi? -vyw -m .a.ji mm r fl'i.:oFtt. 4 . 'V: fiMtMMUMlIHO RESTAURANT Fresh Kansas City Heals Constantly on Hand. Shirt Waists well made and of good material, reduced' from 65c, 75c and 850 5oc This is a thrice-told tale, but it hears repeating. Shirt Waists that were $1.25, 1.35, T.50 and 1.75. $1.00 aud $1.25. Mens' Wool Pants-a small lot of only 71 pairs left. For mer prices were from $1.50 to $4.50; now $1.00 to $3;oo a pair. "We Cater t all Classes. Private Parties and Ban quets a Specialty. Nothing but white- help employed. Give US a Call. If you've need ofaTwai3t these few word? are important Hens' Work Pants-rnot wool, but wear resisting cot- jtonadeiudark, dirt-proof col tors from $1.25 a pair to t $1.00; Low Priced Lawns--$ 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 ft-K ' I " L i . LhiA Omer Barker, Prop. THE O. K. lij, m i 8i -o- Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Rigs furnished on short notice. According to telegraphic dispatches, it-is learned that the Armour Consol idated Copper company is formed to op erate in Aib.ona. Tho company is cap italized at $5,000,000, to that all copper mint a, nh'.d." ft"ui th? Pi-itc! Wr'de. , t upper Oicen, Clil'ton, Mort'iici :ind ;i few otiier in. 1. '-. aie thrown within th.- 1 . ,. , jangf o! puiei .i.-e by this i.cy eompaov. HOI'SeS ijOUgllt ailU OCi'i ' Tl I) Womens' Umbrellas nat ural wood crooked handles 7:5c; steel rods 85c and $1.25 Colored Underskirts two ruffles at bottom, together with; 1 "" TAi&Vi". . OK T KA.TRS in ri..tl..i. dust ruffle 1 2i. is but o: boini: lormed f I ;; i.'!i'--f 1.1.111V on., t - .1! I. The. California Marke fVOS, Proprietors. , ":"' 4- ut -i 'il'jreslb ' li'cetWdiiftoii, Porh, Veal, Sans- . sages., etc. vtioice uuvs oj jj.uuis .Only, Fresh Bread Daily. .. .. T.Am al- .... Br. i While Pinue r..,i:i'' S'" .-"'-- . ' -"- mines. There is a booi.i loaiing. v:n, , ,'p (at a PIT TqV7 . l lil,uli:o ' ,1'u""-,; f:ill and noihing can stop it. Arizon. iC IClbtV XJQ.lL V 9! f . 11 ink- a long r,..l0 toward sccono " ilcad Ol IlOHS Loci- WUI1 WO 'Is Little Weight Underwear for Hen the ,fancy sorts. Broken assortments make 1 prices much less than usual. rfv. Hg-" f . GS!a Negilee Shirts-soft or stiflE bosom, collars and cuffs at tached or detached; 'every de sirable style and kind 85c to $4ov Mens' Straw Hats smooth or rough' braids; soft or flat J.: Jbrim. Reduced from $1.75 and. $2.50 to $1-50. Mens' Linen Crush and Co- . . ... , , - li the inudti ni-K-ert Strts nave naa a aonur i'nL'rr1 nflftheirnrice. Rejr !i"vv-" r - horizontally. lui plaee in coppi'i ;ir.Mi'et;oti trus yen.. :vith tho, opening up of'ncw copper mines over, tlio 'ten itory. A Frightful Blunder '. ::Gocds,Delivcreci Free to All Paris of the Town. W ' j pj' ni'aiia St., BSs73Cf. Jv. ,w. .... f, .. iP. l:'-. -' ....MM. ' '4kxrcn P: Trnttftiv M .. , t.fai-rx J M x,.u 9 gvV'nited Stutes;B:iputy Mineral Purveyor and Civil Engineer l3!!OVKVITI IhJ A . VFC, npAMr.KP; MV.VI'M'1 l A Al . s..f m-,. V -1 'r . j ' IS!h):uc, Arlsosis.. Will 'often cause a horrihlo Burn, Scald, Cut or l5ruiao. Bncklan'a Arntci Salve, tiio best in tho world, will Kin tho pain anil promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Soro3, Ulcers, Boild, FoIoiih, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Beyt Vilo cure om earth. Only -'3 eta. a box. Cure guaranteed, bokl y tnu Bsibee Drag atoro and Copper (ituien Co. 'fi'ijcii t v'n:incu Mh.:s1:k '5 A. Vt A k UHM, Prop. P'ure Fresh Milk Delivered to All Parts of the City Every Evoning. TY PURE CREAM SSS . 'The Only Dairy in Bisbco Havin Blooded Cows. ;k auuiii ai..... -'0( "o 1 Womens' Low Shoes the odds and ends of sizes and kinds. The little prices marked on them will make it worth your while to look for your size. O. K. Street, 'W A TTBWMATVT-. Lo .-i-'j ril V'? JM.XaI'J a "Bisbee, Arizona. 'h$ t-'i' A ' u ' ;;i": ''Tinricr, 'Piumbor and Sheet Metal Worker . V&Vvi-"., .Qccon ttniiA ty&ctli 2;oKUt aufl (-lolcl. Hureivhw Henton and fayiily oxpnet to leave .Monday, for Tombstone, wnoio i hey w.ll reside for several months. .Mr. Benton has fcoeured tho position 113 foreman of tho Hardy mines in the Dra" goons. iMr. Hardy expects to leave for tho eubt tho middle of this month and Mr. Benton will bo loft in charge. Judgo Schrimcher, has cloJed up his iustico-of-the-peace ollicoand is at pres- 'ent acting 8 superintendent of tho Kaster Bunuay nuntug cumi"j yhich he owns' 11 largo interest- Satisfaction $& Guaranteed Leave orders at tho Strumm boarding house or this office. Legal Advertisements. niHGolutlnu ot copartiicrslilp. Kotieolslioiol:i;lvrntliattKocoi).iitiiorshli liurctotoro existing botwccii J. H. Jack niul N. W. Chiiho, unilor tho Urui imtno or J. II. Jut 1c Lumber Co., has thlsiluy been dissolved by niutiml wmso it, .1. II. Jack usSiimlus full i-ontiul ottbo business. All moiiny duo tlio Into firm Ik payable to him, nnd nil iiccoiints minlnst tuld firm will bo paid by blm. N. W. CHASi:, J. H. JACK. gat.dllUbj'.Jti l.UUJ, ularly 5.00, now J4.00 a suit. j ;' ;. Boys' -Wash SuitSrthe$2.50, $2.75 and $3.00 sorts, all-nod ,.ia.oJ ijJ- T! lie Copper Queen ff8 nnpnlMafpil ininn fin te.----"''.. OubUliuaUili iViillUIU UU. ps.:-:v-