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title: 'The Arizona daily orb. (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1898-1900, August 01, 1899, Image 1',
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BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESdAv EVENING, AUGUST i, 1899.
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; G-RAND SPECIAL SALE OE
Ladies' Muslin Underwear,
6 Gowns, Skirts
- Chemise and
fcmc wwi 6e ow of tHfiMto take, advantage f4
' of the UnvU'nces. sy
iLpjts for Sale
,?"ii Title Guaranteed,
f Apply in Person or by Lettei
IIM GRlFHTli, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the Citv,
Horses boarded by the week, day or moutli. Ilortcs
-bought and sold. Complete hack service. Hacks will
."meet all trains. Good service,
tlJpper Main St. - Basbee, Arizona
iBisbee Transfer Company,
.'Freight, baggage anal Express Delivered to any vai't
of the City.
vWoPrompt Service aiid tticln vBJeJivery.
.Assayer and Chemiat,
l ' Mining properties placed un commission. Mines examined
and reported on. Corrospondenco solicited. All work
' promptly attended to. '
WP.-.WOOD, 144 Pennington Street, Tucson, Arizona-
I'omuM'v oi (on. 0 Uivrl Peim"-, tJolo.
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3?Jt t- fctn.ii v . .
Fresh Beef Mutton, loi Teal, Scms-
sages, etc. Choice Cats of Meats
Only. Fresh Bread Daily.
',Gc6ds Delivered Free to.
-. - - Upper mnln
V James F. Trotter, .
Dnrtutt States' Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
SURVEYINQ IN ALL ITS Ur'ancHES.
Office livwnllnce lliiliUluir
' G. A. ffiWMAN,TS&:
c c .-Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker.
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Corset Covers, - I
Stj1I ? Complete. j
at Naco, Ariz.
mces Reasonable. )
iry e u r or
All Parts of the Town.
Fresh From the Wires from
Waehincton, August 1. Senator Bur-
S$lirowBf of Michigan, in an interview with
a Tost reporter this afternoon said 'It
is my judgment' that if the. war in the
Philippines is Btill in piogress next
year, and the end is not yet in sightthe
situation will bo to the disadvantage of
tho republican party. The only hope
for the p .rtj in country T might add ifl
Si . , ,, , ,
, a '.iicvty cuango in me rmuppines
usa tho war m the Philippines'
speedilv eud it will become an irrpor
isilll pui- H io-ror, ,mu ivnuuum,
ill mako Mi outl ok fi tl - rcprbli
luiih unuettaiii to cay ihu loast. li 1
had my way wo would hnvo simply
taken a coaling station or a.base of sup
plies in the Island of Luzo, wo would
not have paid a penny to Spain and we
would have had a foothold in the east
without tno sacrifice of life and money.
Now York, Aug. 1. Tho AtlaB steam
er Atlasi which arrived yesterday after
noon from Kingston and Costa Rican
portB, is detained at quarantine, owing
to the death of a passenger from yelllow
Denver, Aug. 1. Dennis Sheedy,
manager of the Globe smelter, at tbe
announcement of the decision of the
state board of arbitration, published a
statement that the works would bo
Triesto, Aug. 1. Admiral Dewey
spent j esternay at tfio Hotel do Ville
while his flagship, tho Olympia, wa3.be
ins coaled. He returned to his ship to
day and eXDectod'to sail this afternoon.
Tapp Hivtin-i.-Auc 1 From p (t
patch jud louiwii 1 1 l in n auileti .t
rourceit ife learned i!..it a revoluti '.
j will be pioclainic
afiej in the i c j u1
Umionow or tnc d y I iant ehtuyiim; him with iwaul-, .worn
ccl- 'Hi D. m 'oOTt-b? Mr j jdi;i' hefoia luuiet'lt; but
111 f.o'ut of Juan IcHil r Jurunt. -
cording to thiH djMlih 'heentiri jVti t
erh portion of the republic has declared
in favor of Jiminez and he is thofohly
candidate for the presidency thiSugh
out the country. f
Madrid, August 1. Former ofiicrs in
tho Spanish army in tho Philippines
who have just returned from Manila
declare that tho Americans aie rimer
less to conquer Luzon during the
season, and that with his prescn
Gen. -Otis' effoits aro wasted.
after October 1, thoy Bay, can a decisive
victory be won for all agree as to tho
outcome of the struggle, althougfjit is
their opinion that the war in Mindanao
and Luzon will bo long drawn out,
Washington, August 1. Commission
er General Ppwdcrly, of the Iirjthigra
tion J.uioau lias directed that xteen
Filipino actors who have been de aincd
ntkSuu Frmcisco for some time pend
ing a settlement of their liht tc land,
bo released and be permitted to continue
ihoii jmriK) liere t'uy have' been
engage the authority ... a nature I
of the .o-.iton now m 1 pi k i
J- 'n it i j , Aili' J 1 1 1 1 1 1
pluiuin, luadi'd hv t i Kan- 1 City
MHO, Welduu L. Williauii" n .id Mar
cus h. ivirk, in which was Alfred U1001
field, of Mapleton, Kua., which left this
city March '98 and has not been heaid
fiom since June, 18 '93, u now believed
to have been oxteimiuatod by a hostile
, tribe of Indians in the western part of
Brazil, whithor thoy went in search of
the great lubber forests in the interests
of Kansas City tapitaliots. Secretary
Hay hau notified United States consuls
in South American capitals to mako im
mediate and thonyigh investigation.
The annual u.icting of tho Anicilcan
luhtituto of Mining Engineeia will bo
held in San Franciun) un September 25.
Itiri expected th.it btimo four bundled
n.oinbois of tho Institute will come
ft um east of tno llojky ?,1 nintains,
ululo the nuning states of tho i'ncifie
Coail will eeiid tin eqn illy larao 1111m
Lei. Mr. E. 11. lieiijanun, of &nii Emn
eifiru, faucrotuiyof the California Minors'
Atftociation, is in uharnoof all airninje-'
uii'iita for the reception of the miners
and during thuh stay in California.
'ifctTTC'vo Work of the Big Vol-
, JSiunml Iilo, tho Eecond city of tho
life Waits, there is I, t tie doubt has shared
tlJf r. ' nl Pomoit. Overwhelmed by
Hyry an as of lava, this once prettiest
of island towns isr but a blotch upon tho
efjtrtc of Waiakea bay. Tho Btcamcr
tynt Albert, which ai rived from Hono
fulu today, brines tho latest no .78 of tho
pluption of Mauna Loa, and of tho pro-
t;ss of the rivers of lava in their course'
town tho mountain side.
ijfAccordiijpt to tho Albort'a people, it
Iwiis 'en they left Inn th it?.r6u Of
i i tv eh rt time wL n duua: u Hilo
"'' o "troyo.t , Airoauy me peo-
iile of the eeasule city bad wgu to
svs tb homa..
alu.u!uB nerQ ! 'ing
pK(?d and in, . ! j'-l ' b
v(l, v tol tr"np mon Imycrnfl
lu.ii! 01 ck - i ii,' M-. 1 in 1' 1
was almost at the city's .edge, and
despite the various expedients resorted
to by tho authorities, steadily rolled on.
It was advauciug at tho rato of four
miles a day and was less than five
miles distant. The effort to divirt the
stream by tho use of dynamite was
about to bo made, but there was little
hope that it would provo successful.
The outbreak on the Kona side of
Mauna Loa continued with unabated
foice. From the new crater an immense
quantity of lava is flowing. A number
of fountains of tho molten stuff are
playing and are visible miles at sea.
A story is told of a justice of the peace
in a county Feat, not outside of this
county, who takes advantage of every
thing that comes his way. It seems be
had made Eomo 6luring remark about a
well known minor, which como to the
miner's "ears. The miner wei.t doi n to
the justice's office and called his honor
Jown . Harsh words followed which led
to blows, and the justice of the peace
camo out second be.t, ho being unable
10 successfully wield the water pitcher,
w h i h t i i lit in j t tu i in Htit
I finally -punul . l,ei si nuv iit r
! h irl the mil i .is atres'i d on a u.u-
ftaruig fiat his uaiu
m nut a 1 iv 111. u.ii.u'u in.' , uiui
he withdii.;; tLu coiuplaiut an t, n. 1
tho advice of the distuct attorney," con
cluded the only way that he could get a
fee out of it was to lino the man for con
tempt of court, which he did, in tho sum
of .?25. The fine was paid, but it does
not end here; oth;r events are likely to
follow in the case.
Accoidingto reports from good au
thority, eays the Engineei ing and Min
ing Journal, tho high puces of copper
have reduced tho consumption in Eu
rope especially.in France and Germany
though they have not had that
effect in this countiy. Tho leduction
has been due, not to the substitution of
other material to any extent, but rather
to the postponement of now electrical
and other construction in which copper
takes an important pait. How long
this will last is not ceitain in souiccascs
it may result in the abandonment ot
such enterpi ises altogethei , but in many
others tho postponement depends! upon
tho market, and some of tho projects
will be brought out with each tali in
quotations. The production of the
metal shows only a 'binall increase; in
tlin United States it hits been almost
M 't,inar t1""'1 ,l(
iiun'is ha b '1 ii mu'
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For mi Edit . 1 ' o omii'end l'aten
From Sylvan Valley News, Bievrad,
N. C. : It may bo a question whethor
tho editor of a newspaper has the liuht
to publicly recommend any of the vuti
ous proprietary medicines which flood
tho market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing wo feel it a duty to say a tjoo I woid
for Cliambeilain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Hemcdy. We hnvo known
and used this mudicine in our famih
for twenty years and have ulwayt
oundit loliable. in many cases a dose
of this remedy would save hours of
suffering while a physician 11 a.vaucd.
Wo do not LulL've in depending iniplic
ity on any medicine for a cure, but vi
do behove that if a bottle of Chwmbcr-'
'Iain's Dianhoea Remedy were kept on
hand and administered at tho inception
of an attucik much suffuiiiix might Ik,
avoided and in many eases tho presctici
of a iihysluan would not bo icquire-d
At least this hud bcn our expeiionet
during tho past twenty o.ira. F01
sale by all driujyistB.
Neat, attractive job piinting on bhol
uotico at .Tj;ir Oitji.
It's "betwixt and between" here
now. Un the irU-rim between the
final outgoing of the summery goodsf
and the advance oncoming of the
inew season's merchandise little
prices on lingering lots of presents
need goods prevail. Forinstance:
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.
Skirt Waists that were
r 25, 1.35, T'5 vand'; '75.
l 00 and $1.25.
If you've need of a waist
'ticsc few v. o:ds ire inip'int
Low Priced Lawns to ouri
regular 8c assortment 'have
been added a lot of 10c colored
lawns and dimities. This
means greater choice and an
added element of cheapness.
Womens' Umbrellas nat
ural wood crooked handles,1
75c; steel rods 85c and $1.25.
Colored Underskirts two
ruffies at bottom,together with
dust ruffle , $1.25.1
MUtllH' I' ' i ',
Stead of luriOntaiiv. Iu
stock agair at 20c yar
at njuVMx Lxjun&tinxc t
7omens' Low Shoes the
odds and cuds of sizes and
kinds. The little prices
marked on them will make it
worth your while to look for
3 our size.
Hie Copper Queen
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 $3.00 a1.
Hens', ,. Wprk Pants-not
iiwool, but wear resisting cot-
i tonade in dark, dirt-proof col
ors from $1.25 a pair to
Little Weight Underwear
for flen tlie .fancv sorts.
Broken - assortments make
prices much less "than usual.
Negilee Shirts soft "or stiff
bosom, collars and cuffs at
tached or detached everyjh
sirable style and kind
85c to $400.
Mens' Straw Hats smooA.
or roughbraids; soft -or flat
brim. Reduced from $1.75 an
$2.50 to $I.5?
with cIts,Icnb, Lmen Clash and Oo-
the '.ojl-. .' !.," -tn liav. Ii.irl a inllnr
jlrnor - lr nff tlw irnnVc. "Rnr.
ul.trly juo, u.v$4.ooa suit.
Boys' Wash Saits-the $2,515?,
$2.75 and $3,00 sorts,all how
.....s. ; :.. $2;0;
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