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ONA DAILY ORB.
BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1899.
30 SNAPPY RARGAINS. J
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TFi? are glad to note the constant instream
a mi.vnh.niii.S miMin llh OllV iLStaoUsJVment, Z
fLirl rt.namim.t invtliia. in the BdUE BAI
T!A n-,,r nn-it aln-iii-Tit nVntii rrn't
Xhe-haUmoe of tills week will find Oar Store
crowned from morning mnnoiovw, ,,,
JARGd.2JY$. We offer will be the cause of it all.
Xadies" Silk Lish- Vests worth 40c go at 30c. V
Ladies- Silk Lisle Vests north 35c ko at 25c.
Ladle' Kilk Egyptian A cats wprtnoc go at 15c.
Boy's Ilalbriegan Underwear sues 5 to 14 worth JQ to
9oc j:er suit, no nt 50c ' . , .. , , ,,.
Childun Sleevolesa Key ptianesta .worth 15 and 0c
go at 10c.
MUSI IN I TfDERVSEA R.
' uur Live of Muslm Underweai 'is Positively the
I.-t Rver Shown Here, and Firisl'fd in Every TC-tail.
Lndwa' .UJuin L iiclfcisfcut, e'omo uitli Inwrtmn ami
80nio wnfh Gtee worth WMV g t l
Ladies' Unto rudoi'U'.irts. wmtii !.- go at si.-hj.
LaiHon' White Undeiskir wo, in fl 'SO co at i '20.
Ladies' White 'UndorsknU, u.th l (io m. ,- mi-.
Ladies'. Whito Undeiskiits,. worth 75j go at ).!.
f SHOES f a . -
Men' Tin Low-cnt "Viei Kid" Shot-s, woith42o0Ko
toyH '.uvtn Shoes, siws 3 to .", wirth i;2.50 iro at?.l.45.
Men' Ileavv, Nail Shoes, wortli !(.2.50 o at $2.00.
Ladies Mack and Tan Oxford's, worth sffl.OO no nt 2.Ga.
All Other (iooda-We Ilavo Cut fiom 20 to 2o jier cent.
Fresh From the Wires frcm All
niuFranciBco, Aug. 3. TThe oJHesaH
!'Ot therjudiciaiy are considerably alarmed
over the deeisiou of the Supreme Court
in t'lanting a uew trial to Alberts Hoff,
the murderer of Mrs. Clute. It is teared
, tho-same action may bo taien in Uio
'Botkin case which will shortly be heard
on appeal, The court appears to have,
reversed itself in the Hoff case, and
poeului. mien att.ulies to tlio fact
that Judgo Murphy's intructions to the
I juy in Uw lui rant ciiee arcs oowfmuul
to have b,ien l -vond ttio law.
In the (''Ui.ui' i . thc-e mbtruptions
charginp; the Hoff Jury madeuse of the
same instructions almost word for word.
Troops for Sonora.
Agents for Royal Worcester Corsets.
All Slimmer? Dress Goods l2 and off.
Lots for Sale at Naco, Ariz.
" ' Title Guaranteed, Prices Reasonable.
A dppl'rj, hi Person or by Letter to
B. J. O'lUSIIXY,
. 3STACQ, AHLIZ.
I t,S '
IS It!. Ml
ss a Mb
TJieMexiwan government. i making
every i-ffort to reuppress the mpriBing of
liiQ lYu.qui tlndwna tin Sonora, and to
that end, hae tecured permission to-send
tioopsand supplies through the United
pitt)3 ovunthu Soiilhnn l'a'ilicwuillJI
i'abo antCKoales . Thoiiii at contingent
of these troops passed through Benson
imicrdny fiom-Chihualuua. iTfaero were.
one i hundred and fourteen boxes con
taining some seven hundred Mauser
rifles and two pieces of field artillery,
for use by troops now ii the'field.
. Fourteen eoldierB of the artillery serv
ice accompanied the consignment as a
guard. The soldiera were in. heavy1
marching orier arid each carried on his
Iwck n hnvprPHck to c"nt,in lii" rations,
acauiine, lus bt-ii!mtr. conPisting of two
bhu.kuts anil a annul teut for lleUl use.
In pte of ila srftat weight fnilUjjJo.
tenso heat of the day, tho solders seemed
(. TfeUl at eae and in no wav ovcr
ln H'i, tlnuiiig tK it uuiti'Ver iu.iv lit
Uiought of rthe tigtiting qualities of the
jlJexican soldier or his appearance on
dress parade, he is at least able to en-
The Supreme Court now declares the! dure much and stand well the fatigues
OI II CUUMmlKU 03U1UD V uiU iwuo
"- -" TM GRIFFITH, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts in the City,
Horses- boarded by the week, day or month. Horses
-. bough! .and sold. Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains.' Good service, ....
Upper Maim. St. - Bfefoee, Arizona
itm r-ctft in m ww ra
Bisbee Transfer Com.pany,
Freight Baggage and Express Delivered to any vart
of the City.
Prompt Service assd Quick .'delivery.
Assayer and . Chemiat,
RELIABLE WORK AT riODERATE PRICES.
Mining properties placed en commission. Mines examined
and "reported on. Correspondence solicited. AH woilk
promptly attended to.
N. P. WOOD, i44 Pennington "Street, Tucson, Arizona.
lolIUCl'V Otl'it!' iV tdill, I'i'MVl'l, (,'()li.
1 1 -t A r v'a no lfi o -tf I7-n
'aiiiui ma. niai nc
Fresh'JJccfn Malion, Pork, Veal, Saus-
i,'il"-, isa'gGS o-. vnoice Ufits, of Meats
'fJ- " ri., i?t.n'.ai T...,r -n,.,'7..
vs.iiiy. a.-1 voiv jjftiu-iv juuiivij.
., Cf.cds Delivered Free (o All Parts of the Town-
i, : , , , . Upper Wain St., Bitfbcc.
.... James F. Trotter,
Uiiitud .States Deputy Mineral Surveyor and Civil Engineer
J (, ' 'SURVEYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
omcc n AVallncu littlHlinu isiMiuc. Arizona.
O. K. Street,
j IJisbec, Arizona.
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker .
t,Secoiit3 jlnntl jRonajv'Jsiouj'.Ol nntl Sold.
L-jiiry .was improperly charged. This is
why alarm is felt for the court's action.
Since the court has decieded against the'
instructions, there is considerable spec
ulation as to what may result when tlie
Hotkin'8case comes up again, astfudge
Cook again uted Judge Murphy's in-'
stt actions in charging the Botkin jury.
Washington, Aug. 3. Congressman
Joy" called at the War Department to
day to urj,o that there be no reversal of
the final act of Secretary Alger, setting
apart ,$75,000 for Jefferson Barracks.
Mr. Joy had a talk with Acting
Secretary Meiklejohn, who said that
St. Louis could count upon his friend
ship when the time comes for actual
work under the amount allowed, Gen
oral Meikeljohn assured Mr. Joy that
so far ae he could do no with propriety
he would try to see that Secretary Root
is not nuluir.J by the Quartermaster
diei.oi al Lo ri i c t.-j amount .U lowed
l,v IxciiL-itt! Alger.
M ulrnl. Aug. o. Gen. Weylerjfl Ian
guj.e in the ccnatP, tbreatening"n levo
lution, continues to produce consider;
able impteiision throughout the coun
try so disturbing an impression in
deed that the government is disposed to
have him shot. A ,pronunciamento by
tho'generitls.'garrisoned' at Valencia is
more and more to be looked for. The
compromised generals are all monarch
ists, but the people go further than the
generals. General Martinez Campos
considers the political situation exceed
incly grave. The police having endured
as long as they could the demonstrations
in the stieets of Madrid by the wives,
mothers and sisters of Spanish pi isonera
in Luzon, have finally prohibited any
public manifestation by the women.
New York, Aug. 3 Governor Uuoeu-ij
,velt will not allow the rough riders to
participate in the land parade in honor
of Admiral Dewey, upon his return to
"New Yoik, Oct..l, deilsiring that he was
opposed to having the organization used
.for advertising purposes. Replies from
fourteen govornors accepting the invjta
tion to take .m in the pjiade J .tw
been nxuiW'd an aid j liuin ln.h( i .li-lc-i
M lie Oi uipwi.
Naples, A.ig .1 TlieNeapolu.tn plus J
has pone hjhtein.nl over the ljnchiii of
Italian Hil.ject 'it Tallulah, Loin-ran.
All the papers call loudly on the gov
ernment to piess its claim against the
JJnitfd State.?, and some go so far as to
charge the American government with
i encouraging the lynching of foreigners,"
trusting to tlio federal authorities as a,
means of escape from responsibility.
London, Aug. 2. William Waldorf
Astor lias been beeeiged by u-poiters
since tho official announcamrnt j'oitor
day that ho was n nalurulUi).! Kutish
subjecton July 27. Ho absoluto.y de
clines to seo anyone, but has authorized
his agentu to say that.Jiu uonsideis -llm
innttcrpu'-cly ijrsonpl ami has no ex
planation to makv.
Gun-biiot wounds and powdei lmu,
cuts, brtiucfc, Hpiaius, wounds fio:ir
rusty iMiih', iusecl stings and ivy poison
ing, quickly healed by De Will's
Witch Hazel Salve. Positively prevent
'blcod jMii'onuig. Bort'aro' of cuiiiitoi-
fiets. "Do Witt's" ib hai-i: ami .suitu.
Copper (iueen Mining Co.
were noticed as they eat breakfast at the
depot, and they would hardly have
proved appetizing to a U. S. volunteer
ever after living on Alger's embalmed
beef. This meal seemed to consist only
of dry biscuit of a very coarse variety
and aJdnd of sausage.
IS IT RIGHT
For an Editor to Recommend Patent
From Sylvan Valley News, Brevrad,
N. C. : It may be a question whether
the editor of a newspaper! has the light
to publicly recommend any of the vaii-
It's "betw-bct and: keiweeii" hea
now. In the interim between fl
final outgoing of the summery good
and the advance on-coming, of th
new season's merchandise litt
prices on lingering lots of presen
need goods prevail. For instance:
Shirt Waists well made
and of good1 material, reduced
from 65c, 75c and 85c to 5oc.
This is a thrice-told tale,
but-it bears repeating.
oiis proprietary .medicines which flood
the market, yet as a preventive of suffer
ing we feel it a duty to say ivgood.word
lor Chn.ahetlji'fri 'Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Wo have known
and used this medicine in our family
for twenty years and have always
ound it reliable. In min cap a donn
oi lljij temrih woiii i iive 1 ouis oi
Milfuiing w lull a pliM" '"i.ui i iwiitel.
Wo do not IipIiu.o in .lepemKng implic
lly on any muhciiie for a cure, but c
ilj Keheve th.itii 1 liotfle of Chnrnb t
lam's Duinhoei lu-mudv were kept on ihchc few words are important
liana iiuu uuiiiiui tuieu .il uiu iiiciniuu
of an attack much suffering might be
avoided and in many cases the presence
of a physician would not be required.
At least this has been our experience
during the past twenty years. For
sale by all druggists.
Mens' Wool Pants-a sin
lotofonly7i pairs left. F
mer prices were from $1.50
$.4.50; now $1.00 to $3.0(1
Hens' Work Pants-
wool, but wear resisting c
$1 00 and .25. tonatie in daTk, dirt-proof c
If you've need of a waist
ors from $125 a pair to
Neat.atlractive'job printing on, short
notice atTiiK Omi.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen'8 Arnica'
Sahe, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
OkbSores, Fevor Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile cute on earth. Only 25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold byitho,
Bsibee.DrrjLg Store and.Gopper (fcueen
Fresh Kansas City Heats
Constantly on Hand.
We Cater to all CHusiscs.
Private Parties and Pui
qaets a Specialty.
Nothing bat whito help employed.
j, . f j
GlveUs a Call.
Low Priced Lawns to ourj
regular 8c assortment have
been added a lot of 10c colored
lawns and dimities. This
means greater choice and an
added element of cheapness.
Womeng' Umbrellas nat
ural wood crooked handles,
75c; steel rods 85c and $1.25.
Colored Underskirts two
ruffles at bottpm,together w ith
dust ruffle t ..$1.25.
Little Weight Underwe
for Hen the fancy soi
Broken assortments ma
prices much less than.uau
Negilee Shirts-soft or si
bosom, collars and cuffs
- . A t -,
tached or detached; every f
sirable style and kind
85c to $4.4
Mens' Straw Hats smoc
or rough braids; soft or :
brim. Reduced from Si.iva
&2.50 to :::.::..... ifu
with velt I Meus' Linen Crash and
.. 1 . . .11.
icrx53 cue gooa.s in- crt butts nave naa .1 001
Omer Barker, Prop.
The Jersey Dairy,
A. W. STRUflM, Prop.
Purc; Fresh Milk Delivered to
All Parts of the Gity Every
IN LARGE OR '
'"lie Only D.iirv in Bisbeo
Iu ; knocked oil their price
sLQck .iaii; J.U. ZQvauij,.uki.i-ly 5.oo,-now-4-.oo-a soy
Womens' Lpw Shoes the
odds and ends of sizes and
kinds. The little prices
marked on them will make it-
worth your while to look for
The Copper Quee'
mmmn m I!
h iimnBH vi iiNitnM.fii rr u i 71 :tir a i j tm m d n m ib k im a
I Zi l M m i A - O. K. Street. rusty miib-, ii.socUUings and ivy pohon Blooded Cows. "ij U B W A B M UQ W MXiiaHMHIM WW
lllg, qiiii'Kiy iieiiu'ii uy ur iiih r vfm
Satisfaction 41? Guaranteed a
I.vavo ordeis at the Stiumm boarding ulH
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