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BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST .'1899.
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ARIZONA - DAILY 'ORB. - ;
HI& Birr 1 IINI I ? i
gG&AOT SPECIAL SALE pF
Ladies! Muslin Underwear,
Gowns, Skirts, Corse6overs,
Chemise and Drawees,
' K$fl IMS?!
it 52 "r H111
Tii.s' means fully 3 o p-r cent lower
than, any other prices offered.
Come and be one of the
of , the Loiu
kJkssortnient Still $ CompIete.
P"L- . .
Lots 4 or Sale at Naco, Ariz.
' ' Title 6uaranteed Prices Reasonable.
Apply in Person or by Xetter to
.v ' " '' B.J. 0REILI.Y,
TIM CiRIFI ITU. Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the City,
Horses boauied by the week, day or month. Horses
bought and sold, . Complete hack service... Hacks will
meet, all trains. Good- service, ... . ,. . ' .
Upper Main t. .. , 5 n - Bisbee, Arizona
Bisbee Transfer- Company;
Freight. Baggage and- .Express Delivered to any (part
Vi. ; f j - of the City. .
Prompt Service and Quick Delivery.
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Assayer and Chemiat,
' Mining properties placed on commission. Mines examined
and reported on. Correspondence solicited. All work
',' v promptly attended to.
N.;P; WOOD, 144 "Pennington Street,; Tucson, Arizona.
r A Formorlv of Cono & Wood, Denver, Colo.
He -Calif or.
lPresfh Pcef, Muildii, Pdrk'Yedl, Sans
' sages, ebe. Choice. Cats of Meats
Only. Fresh Bread Daily.
'6oods Delivered Free to
. Upper irain
';-. James F. Trotter j
United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Enginoer
SURVEY1NO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
4fllctttlit VnllnccJSulUlltiff XilNbcc. Arizona
C. A. NEWMAN.
'iTinner, Plumber and
44 : rccoml Hand ttoorljxinuia jjwd Sold.
first to take advantage
All arts of the Town.'-S
St., 'BUteec. ...
O. K. Street.
0 Bisbee, Arizona.
Sheet $Jetal Worker.
Fresh From the Wires .'from &U
' .,juro'jgcm 6 be-dn the work of building
Washington, Aug.-2. ' The ':fearf?flv1 ''extension of their railroad
tatement of the public dofflsaued iu ' w ctwnri. The surveying party kj
the treasury, Bhows that at the close oi
business, on July 31, 1899, the ddbt, lees
cash in the treasuryt amounted to
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Washington, Aug. 2. The interna
tional phuiia of the Italian lynching in"
'"J? i Louisiana has aHSiimed a rather more
'..V -- t J 1 1 1 nopprt na thu refu!l of
''.-! HPVi'val reports received here. These
-'-;! sliow that the Italian othciula on the
; y I scene believe that four of the five men
. i lynched were Italian citizens. While
the reports are not final the Italion au
thorities have no doubt they will be
borne out by the inquiries now in pro
gress. San Francisco, Aug. 2. Colonel-Hawkins
of the Pennsylvania regiment, died
pn July 18, whilo on board the transport'
Senator while en route to this city,
with hia regiment, from Manila. Apo-
pk'xy is said to have been the cause of
Denver, Aug. 2. The operating. com.
mittee of the American Smelting Com
pany at a meeting today decided not to
re-open the smelters in this city and
Pueblo at tno scalo repommended by the
State Board of Arbitration. ,
Now York, Aug. 2." Miss Barton in a
newspaper article says there are now in
Cuba 50,000 destitute orphan children'
of the recqnuontrados who have in t.hd
last -few 'years died of starvation and'
want. These ' children are scattered
throughout nearly every city and town
of enfficieiitnizfi and importance to re
ceive tlu drni'ii out country people.
They Ate. not children of low or doubt
ful origin, but many arc; of the bent
Cuban fumiliea. Miss Barton says thu
Cuban? are rot resnonnibIo for tin1 des
titution of thuso children. When the
starving reconcentrados were driven
into the towns the residents divided
food and clothing with them and divided
again and agaiu, but there was a point
at which they had to Btop giving. , Only!
for the Cuban rations distributed by our
army it woild ho a sorry lookout for
theeo helpless little ones. They range
in number from thirty to one hundred
in the various towns utterly homeless
end no one has the least personal inter
est iii them or responsibility for them".
IS IT EIGHT'-
For an Editor to lleeomiriend Tatent
From Sylvan Valley News, Brevr'ad',
N. C. : It may be a question whetherj
the editor of a newspaper has the righti
.10 publicly recommend any of the vari
ous proprietary medicines which flood
the market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing wo feel it a duty to say a good word
for Chamberlaiu's Colic,,. Cholera and
rdaiTiiot i 7iiiHHly Wi1 have known
:'nd iioi'd thi? niiHhcire in our l.umly
lnr twenty tuib ami 'have always
o in 1 it tolrihlp. I n ma nv 'm, ,( ,1,,.,
i tin-- i fii ' v- ou'nl p.i.vi' l.oiua of
suffering while a plivBtcun 1 - a .' ..'ii .
W'f. do not tielie', e in (lep.'m' ... imp'.'-
ny on any mi-Iiciiie fm a 1 w --, but
do beliove that if a bottle of 'Chamber
lain's Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on
'hanll'and administered at the inception
of an attack much suffering might be
avoided and in many eases the presence
of a phyeieian would not be required..
At least this has been our .jerienco
during the past twenty veaia. j
sale by all druggists.
Dwelling houses are still in demand,
notwithstanding tho fact ro many havo
been built during the pnit eighteen
montliP. Yestordny a bins'. ': 'u
hndu called at the Oku oflioo and wati
(d'usto.fiud her a house, in huhhv w.
ufwtirk lloring'tho day time a-nl heil.t'
not have time to look uioiiud. hhu
wanted an to movo out of our casa
grande to lot her have it. Wo are
naturally of a chivalrous disposition,
alwave willing and really to facrifiue
ouneaso and comfort to obligo the fair
sex, but woro necessarily co upelled l
refuse in this instance. Jiut did so
with a ivat deal of reluctance.
Neat, attractive job .printing 011 ehort
ON TO NAC05ARI.
TliffNaco Branch-of the A.& S.E. to
.EzVend 'Into Sono'ra.
F?dm a most reliable Eourco The Omi
hvwi that theOopper 'Queen company!
iwiv. uuiug organizes anu win euuu mno
tho-fjeld. The preliminary survey waB
comploted eome time.Bince, and' the es
timated cost of the:road has-been made.
The building of thisroad.means much'
for llto futuro of 'Bisbee and Naco. It
will open up a mining countryin Sonora;
'that is'af pre-: iff aff-i, fin? the attcn-;
fetion of capitalistH tr ml ;iart of the
fcouiltry. Tfii- Quwn compitny, wliich
operates in Sonora umier Uir amue of
the Moctezm.i.i ( upper rompany, !iaf
put in thousands upon ttiouiunds 01
(1 illr.n during the past six months in
the way of mri'-h'.neiy, liuihiings', etc.,
at Nacosari, and in order to successfully
work the new plant when completed, itj
will require an enormous amount of
coke and coal, which cannot be taken in
by wagon in sufficientquantities to keeri
the plant moving.
The road, will be, built only to Naco
sari at present, but will ultimately be"
continued down to the Gulf of Mexico,
the. concession having already been se
cured froni the Mexican government.
The building ofjthis road will take a
vast amount of trade from Nogales and
El Paso and give it to Bisbee, or rather
to -Naco, which is destined to become
the principal poitof entry into Mexico
on the southern border. The trade that?
now goes to El Paso by way of Casa
Grandes will all come this way, as well
as all of the supplies shipped in.
The road to Nacosari will open up a
vastly rich mineral as well as agricultJf
ural country. It will pass right through'
the pan Miguelita group of mines, owned
byJames Shea and partners. The Roy
grop,'which was recently sold by Mo
Rim and associates to 'Denver -parties,
will be within about fifteon miles of the
proposed, line, and -the ore will be ship
ped this way instead of via Casa Gran
dew and "E! Vxnu, a at present. The
( "nco do Mayo nn 1 other well known
piofertres will Un most thoroughly hen
1 tttofl. The ruhoail will : otonlv piuve
oi iminenhc K m'iit to the already de
veloped nnnuj?, but will be. the menus of
opening many aiuablo prospects whicii
arc uot woiLcdwn aycouptof their Hbb
ent remoteness. The San Miguelito
group is about eighty miles east of the
Cananea mountains, and hot quite so
far from Arispe. Near Arispe is located
the famous Santa Rosalie mine, -which
was lost for three centuries. Mention
of this mine recalls one of equal interest
imthe San Miguelito region. It is called
the "Lost Huacal" mine. The location
papers of this mine have been preserved
iu the old Spanish ruins. It was owned
by the Spanish before they were drivon
out by the Mexicans, and they left a
man. which locates the mina near Pla
centas.' It is described as being raar
velonely rteh in native silver. Tradi
tion says the men used to get the silver
fro"mvthe Workings with chisols-and'tho
pieces taken wore iiBed with the gold of
the Santa Rosalie in ornamenting the"
cliurchea and public buildings for miles
around. When the Spaniards deserted
the ""Huacal" they carefully concealed
tho opeuing, expecting at eome time to
return. The Santa Rosalie was con
cealed in the eame way, but it was dis
covered and reopened a few years ago.
Although hundreds of people have
Foncht the "1t '"u-nl" their effort?
,d: been un.iv.illiur
A i'ntslitful Blunder
j Will ofton c.ius" a hnibie Burn,
il, tliu or l.rui-u. Ii'i'ki 11'.- rnica
1 .1 .e, the be-51 i.l tin Aolll. will kill
tho pain and promptly heal it. Cures
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best, Pile cure on earth. Only 25 eta. a
box. Curo guaranteed. Sold by the
Besibeo Drug Stote and Copper Queen
presh Kansas City Heats
Constantly on Hand.
Yc Cater to all CiUssscii.
Private Parties and Ban
quets a Specialty.
Nothing but white help employed.
Give Us u Call.
Omer Barker, Propyl
It's '".betwixt and between"ttere
now. in the interim between the
final outgoing of the summery goods
and the advance 'on-coming of the
new season's merchandise little
prices on lingering lots of present"
need goods prevail. For instance:
Shirt Waists well: made
arid of good material, reduced
from 65c, 75c and 85c to "5oc.
This is a thrice-told tale,
but it bears repeating.
Shirt Waists -r that were
$1.25,' 1.35, 1.50.. andl; 1,75.
$1.00 and ,$1.25.
If you've un'J if a waist
tlicne lew words aic important
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
Womens' Umbrellas nat
ural wood crooked handles,
756; steal rods 85c and $1.25.
Colored Underskirts two
ruffles at bottom,together with
dust ruffle ,..-.r.$lt25.
11 -it'1 ' '.:.
Womens' Low Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds. The little prices
marked on tthem will make it
worth your while to look for.;
The Copper Queeiti
Mens Wool Pan'tsr-a small;
4 r 4, ... 1 ' '
lot of only 71 pairs left. For- ( ,'!
mer prices were from $1.50 to' 1 j
$4.50; now $1.00 to $3.oo a :
riens? Work Pantsnot
wool,,but wear resisting cofrr .
tonade in dark, dirt-proof col
ors from $1.25 a pair to
Little Weight Underwear
for -Hen the fancy sorts.
Broken assortments make
prices much less than usual.
Negilee Shirts-soft or stiff
hosoin, collars ..and, . cuffs .at'
tached or detached; every de
sirable style and kind -
85c to $4.00.
Mens' Straw Hatssmfldti
or rough braids; soft or flat
jbrirn. Reduced fromi.ntt
$2.50 to ,....,.....,$1.50.
Mens' Linen Crash and Co-
!ciL Suits have had a dollar
j knocked off their price. Re--
, uiadj'.j.oo, now $4 ,00 a suit.
Boys' Wash'Suitsthe$2.59, .
$2.75iandv$3,oo sorts, all npsv