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title: 'The Arizona daily orb. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1898-1900, July 26, 1899, Image 1',
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IGRANt) SPECIAL SALE OF
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Ladies' Muslin Underwear,
Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers,
Chemise and Drawers,
This mrtws fully 35 iter c-ii! t.-nr
than nun other prices ojj'ewa.
Como-ancl u'o one of the
of the Low
Jotsior Sale ,at Naco, Ariz.
Lv ' - Title Guaranteed, Piices Reasonable.
$LpjJUy m jr or son or oy jjoiver
mi ppn.orfi.xfi win
h 9 I 11 U
"ji lul" JJX.
iM tiKimm, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the Citv,
,. Horses boarded by the week, clay or laoutii. Horses
J,V bought and sold, -''Complete hack service. Hacks will
Niueet all trains. Good, '.service, .....
VppGp Main St;
BIsbee Tramsfer Company,.
' FreighKBaggage and Express. Delivered io any var.t
v . 0 the City.
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. Prompt Service and auaclt 15clvery.
'J""Assayer and Chemist,
RELIABLE WORK AT
Mining properties, placed fit commiasion. Mines oxamined
and reported on. Cont.npondenco Eolicitcd. All work
-, promptly attended to.
P.WQ0D. 144 Pe?jvQr-;tcn
F'innerh .,i . '.:
4 0 t
, ,, KENMKY BROS,
sages)' etc. Choice,
Mi cods Delivered Free to
w wmnwn1 upyrtr
:7-:,v. James l-
U.niud States Deputy Miuev.il
SURVEYING IN ALL
i Ofllt: lit Wallace RuimiuK
P A IfiWMAHl
J JLJLt JL J .Li VV A.filXJLJ.M.fl Bisbec, Arizona.
. Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker.
';;Sccoil Sluml CocvtlH
first to talce advantages
Still '' Complete.
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tMWMva "ir rs wrr Ju
Street, Tucson, Arizona.
Wooi, I'envi, ,olt.
Poi-h, Veal, Saus
Cats of Meats
AH" Parts of the Town- -
Surveyor aud Civil Engineer
O. K. Street:,
,j,h4 null Sold,
BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNFSDAY EVENING,- JOJ-LY 26,
Fresh From the W'ri from
liavnna, July 20. A meeting ' $
Cuban officers was held-liero.. atjljb.
roHi'dcneo of Gun. Itoilriuiicz, ai wine)
it waa decided to telegrnph President
McKinley askinj that ho itn'raediatej
fulfill the promise contained in the
joint resolution of congress and estab
lish a Cuban republic.
Navasota, Texas. July 2(L A. riot oc
curred last niuht at Kqnu'b etoie eight
mik'K north df l)v, in which th ro
wnite neu worn killed by norod The
m'roes burned a church belonging to
th- white peopl.. Tick Moody, Will
1 ij'iu ami r.vuii niiiu wiiuv uymi: iu
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put out the.firo wereshot by a crowd of
negroes. The white men arc in pursuit
of the negroes. Doctors left hero for
London, July 2G Despite tho dis
quieting reports it is believed at the
British foreign office that the Alaskan
boundary dispute is trending towards a
settlement. United States Ambassador
Choate today forwarded to Washington
important dispatches embodying .Can
ada's position with reference to the
.Lynn canal strip. Sir Julian Paunce.-
forte'e return, it is expected, will ad
vance matters owins: to his knowledge
of both American and Canadian po
sitions. Washinton, July 25. General Ot's
notified tho war department this morn
ing of the ai rival of two steamers with
re-enforcements, including tho iirst
force of colored fighters, constituting a
batallion of the 2.4th , infantry. It was
the first to roach the topof San Juan
hill a ycir ago. Ti..' tv, i eablogranix
".Muiiila, .Irrly 2o iiealaiuha arrived
jv-rday. Ko easualtieH. Health
good except a few rcdot meatlea.
"Manila, July 25. Transport' Sheri-'
dan arrived today. No casualties.
The Hague, July 28. The last buaU
ness session of the peace conference was
hold' yesterday. Another meeting will
be hold today, when tho protocol will bo
signed. Arbitration will probably ba
the only convention signed generally by
the powers. The arbitration conven
tion provides for a permanent court of
four men from each na tion to sit at The
Hague. Recourse to this cojut is op
tional. An agreement to arbitrate dis
putes is practically the sole result of the
conference. Ambassador Whitehead,
of the American delegation, said: "The
results are better than I dared hope'for.
Arbitration lays tho foundation for
creator results and paves tho way for
If there is any chance to boom busi
ness, boom it. Don't be a knocker.
rfin.t j,"u'l along fuec 411 1 Imlt ai if you
bad a t-our stomach. Hold up j,ui
he.i 1, rm'.le and hoie for belter t,hing.
lime jour Utile Itu.nnier and try to
speak well of otherp, no matter bow
tma.1 von really 1-n yout."i' '" ,
Wtie: a t'ii.'.'v'T dsopN i:i y
Tell bim tl.M i.-j the greatest t .
earth. Dou't discourago him by speak
ing ill of your neighbor or opponttion
ifinhs. .Lead him to believe that at lat
die has struck a place whoro white puo-
pie live. Don't kick. Help j ourseif
along by becoming popular, and puah
your friend with you. It's d ! ea.y
Bo a good follow and soon you wm Mkve
a procession of followers. No nvui c'vpi
helped 'himself by knocking otli : pi r-
plo down, either 111 charater.or in busi- j
ness. ' No man over got rich by t; .
to makbothcia believe ho was i..e h '
good iiu'.ii in town or tho only nn thai
know anything. You cail't climb tlio
hul.tor of Liicccss by treading iiio,i other
people'ri conia. lis.
AfiilCll's DVHl'KI'ai.V TAKLllTd ARIt-tO.
on 11 p03itivo guarantee. Cures Itv.irt 1
burn, raising of tlio food, diuti."- nft '
eating or unv form offclyspe'p'6ift. '
littlo inblevgtvim'' innnt'tliiAu rjhet &.
els. and 5') ctii.
For sale at Ilia- T'r.,tl
Uur lino .of wall paper is the 7
latest, being designs of 1898? '
' Atiousi jo :
Judge Duvis Decides S. C. Perrin to.
be the Legal Officer.
'"hi? ciwnty uafeesorehip question
tfhlch Juis hpP! oi'dipying tlio attention
Iihe hco1u ot Cochise county since
.Tjtrfflary 1st halen decided by the fol-
jflilg (IfuisN-m oi JudKO G. K. Davis
,H? ;radorud in the case of Perrin vs.
lnfH)oiI,-attl)e last term.of the district
S. dperriiij plaintiff, )
J. vs. tNOj2057.
,W."AI Ilnrwootl, defendant. )
Thfe case coming on regularly to I
heard plaintiff appeared by Messrt, :
UflrrJ. l ,f --f in bin rtttnrr.nyp, and tHc"
defendant by Ciunles Bow.iu and Wm.
M. IjfT.-ell. hi9 attorneys, and the cnue
W.iw 1.V "ie court, nn upon me
pieadmga ana eviuance lntroauctu uy
tioth parties, an 1 argument f counsel,
ii 1 1 i.'.t ociui t Imvuu: fully
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That on. the 2nd day of April, 1899, at
a regularW quarterly meeting of the
board of supervisors of said county,
the plaintiff vwa8 duly appointed by the
board of supervisors of eaid county, iu
open session, assessor for tho said coun
ty of Cochise, ai.d that thereafter and
immediately tho said plaintiff took tho
oath of-oflico, according to law, and duly
qualified as such.
And tho court finds, aa conclusions of
law, that plaintiff then and thereby
became the assessor of said county.
The court also findsthat, William A.'
Harwood, defendant, is unlawfully hold
ing and exercising said office, and main
taining the possession of all the books,
papers and documents belonging or ap
pertaining to said office.
The court also finds that on tho 0th
dayvof April, 1S99, tho plaintiff made a
demand upon defendant for the posses
sion of all said books, documents and
oapure. and said defendant refused to
t.comply with said demand, and that he
still; continues to unlawfully exercise
said' office and retain said books and
It'is theroforo 'Ordered, adjudged and
T nc'V tin'. s.iM defendant isnrtjudtrcd
. ,.ty ill unlawfully holding mid exer
cidin2 said office, and that defendant be
excluded nom the orhco slWsubi-that ;
hftsnirender the. buin. to the plaint if!
nd th.it be clelivoi to Use plaintitf the
..ooks. papers and do'iumenti l)eloiik:iug
to' said ollice; that ho pay the costs ot
IS IT RIGHT
Fol: au Editor to llccommend Patent
From Sylvan Valley News, Brevrad,
N. 0. : It may bo a question whether
the editor of a newspaper has tho right
tomubliclv recommend any of tho vari
ous proprietary medicines which flood
tho market, yet as apieventiveof Buffer
ing we feel it a duty to say a good word
for Chamberlain's Cclic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. We have known
and used this medicine in our family
for twenty years aud have always
ouiid it reliable. In many cases a dose
of this remedy would save 1 ours of
buffering while a physician is awaiied.
Wo do not believe in depending implic
ity on any medicine for a cure, but we
do believe that if a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Diat rhoea Remedy .wore .kept on
hand and administered at the inception1
of an attack much tuft'oring might be
avoided and in.many cases the presence,
of a physician would not be required j
At le. in tin, h..j I .'I'll t.i I'-pi'i ,i t i'"
uring the put tv"i:ty years., l'or
(ale by ;) il; tig ! t;:.
W... R.. TH0M, . .,
rble 1 m wm
iieiidHfonesand Monuments a Specialty
.btonc Cutting of all kinds done
with neatncRS and dispatch.
m orders et ins mm diuo swre.
riAnnlfin? flhnnn flfm
nnn nc nnn nm
mm mm mm o
Ni Aogfinis, Prop
. igt'e, and Tobacco. A full assortment
' of Candies, Fruits and Nuts.
Gr 0,. K. vi Railroad Ave,M
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QUESTION $:'", El
AC-MM--??et50 g 0W 4'j0fc KL
9 . 9 & &-W Km: 'I -
I I OUnUdKfe
y iar f w : ?" vie: (:-v:s ..
I M k Jm?B$2tW'mYn
1 ?W hcfrsM&fo K&e&& I
"Sorosis" improves jjour
temper and your health. jfXv;.'
Another lew Sto Tor Women-
Of bright dcngola kid, coin toe,
laced or buttoned aud spring heel. .
It's the flat heel that makes the
makes the difference between it
and the ordinary shoe.
$2.75 is the Price,
A nrl o Wftrfliir rriM STinninrr 'JOhm
iiuua ir uiiiijf, -hum W tunny, mug ilia, ir, -T- vvtpt' a:
AAAAAAAAeAAv vAf 6ooocoooou 0 ooi n Mini
les fst&cU. C I e a tth jj 'Fltiie Here Now Hortse
cleaning time to Hie tunny housewife comes no more regit
larly or is no more imperative
Goods cease to be seasonable here months before yui
need of them has expired.
wanting now and will want
The now prices on shirt waists are!
worth telling of again:
50c for peicale viit, made carefully
and well. "Four bits" never before
bought fruch shut wiii.t :,')a.lness..
.$1.00 and $1.25 for waists you didn't I
hesitate to pay IV-io li f 1.73 for only a
week or so ago.
The highest i.''"1 waists wo earned
this season, made wiili fronts of cb.i-ter-ed
tucks running Ktruight or diagonally,
of lino lawns, dimities and madras,
$1.75 and $2.00--3 to $3 00 lierutufore
C.riJLrtRKrW J!U.?SKP onh' ir y
somf o'ld lidt.
i.ea ai .'0i , . 1
il.e t pi: i..'
1' .";: I'dii "'
TI." L'llam p
'.,11 .-.. .,;,! y:
' w of I. : "1 :
n i milted 11 u. !-! 1 I
trimm i .;. ,.i'n
. J'iis 1.1' lin'-ws !r H
.. . i t .00 l 1 ; .'..'.
SUMMER SKll:T MAIE!l!AL6
Cotlon coverts, 28 inches wide two
shades a giceu ami a blue mixturodSc
The Copper Quee
The New Shoe Inn
The Smartest Boot of the day
The Hit of the Contucy.
The Extreme of Style.
The Best cti rrrrnlri dt-mmj.titmf"'
Dlf ferentr fr i vir Miw . - (
$ $3-5 A JPAIR,
avpearanee, your. &
vThli trade-Dtk la kMriM
tfa wle ot Tvr
"-T-" -T-' "-t- l T -sTi
it in t
than stock-clearing to a pro
Hence here are goods youT
for some time yet, at greatly
MENS' STRAW HATS The 2.t0
$2.25 and $2.50 Mud are all marked no
at $1.50. A gooll time to replace Hk
hat that lias become a little dingy.
Naturally tho better one9 wjll, go fint
MENS' CRASH SUITS From $5.00
to $4.00 ?nd this is only July, with
August and September, both ht
months, stfll to come.
ROYS' WASH SUITS at t2.0U,iS.50j
$2.i5 and $3.50 were the previou8;pric
Two dollars wouldn't be njucLky to; jji v:
for any sort of a suit. Our suits r)mf
"any sort" tliey are the DrtU- . ,i
ajk!' sox ino reiiaoio ac.1
cteiulta-t blacks. 15ii to 35c a pri .tan
1", to S." a ; ir. Perhaps you want to
va. y the monotony ot the sombre quia
ha,ie.- He e ar fancy sox a fsuc
as you. could wish 25c to 50c pair. .-
BOYS WAISTS for dreBi or play-l
, igbt or dark colors, laundried or un
laundried, attached or detached collars
You may choso at from 25c to $1.256ac