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5. . I,Clrel Club. Thir was nogamo at tbe Thorop on street l'oker Clnb on Saturday zoning. Mr- Oris Johnson was en to sing nt a revival in Hoboken. Pro feasor Brick wrote a note to the fret that his coal niau bad preveut- . his recuperating sufficiently to c" play on the cash system; and Mr ltubo Jackson, who had promised to call on Elder Boss Jones, of Florida find, steer him against the game, failed to put in an appearance. "The ReT.Thankful Smith -wasrelat-ing the experience of the previous meeting, when, with the saddened air of a man who had lost bis grip on his reputntion, Mr. Tooor Tiiliums and the odor of a Bowi! rirar outered. together. t . "What do mndder. Toot!" I squired Ifr. Smith with the easy familiarity of . man in luck. "Yo' looks 'spon dent." "I done lois dat sixty-fo dollahs 1 vlnned on d boss race," responded alfr. Willismi.gloomily, 'Sho !" exclaimed everybody pres ent. "Yezzuli," continued Mr. Williams, addressing himself exclusively to Mr Smith, "an, I done loss it in bettiu' "Ham mokes, too. Dat's what, makes de remorse bite." The deepest interest having been groused, Mr, Williams proceeded to nlighten the members as folbws: 'I was sUnnin' in a do' on Sixth, J. Jkteyou, an up comes a wke man in : a plug hat, an' sezzee, W jy heel lo. j Hitter Robinson, how is yo'?' " Bunko," remarked Mr. Smith with the B'.r of one who has u;:d ex-pe-rieiice. J'x.-it .vim . I -hou'LV' said Mr.i Yv illiarr s, "Liii Ilrept shet. So I se lo him, 'Howisyo'?' " " 'Iso a. stranger yar, Mr. Eobie son, sezee, 'an' I mus' say I never ' did see so many mokes tcgidder dey is on Sixth Aveyou. Dey's mo' mokes danwitepussonS.-On,no 'cezl I. 'der's mo' Trite pussons dan mokes.' Til bet yo two to ono dey isn't,' setee. 'All right,' sez I. So off he goes an' comes back vid a fren' who weighed 'bout two hundred an,' had a bad oye." "Yo' had a sof spec," observed Mr. Smith. "Pun.'' continued Mr. Williams, not noticing the interruption an no a ollah. "Well!" said Mr. Smith, who was growing excited. "Well ! fust dey comes along two white men and the man wif the bad jsjjjp aaysvdsfc was f o' .dotfabs, to my credit. Den comes six wite men aurl ha says dat's twelve dollahg more fo' me. Den comes along a buck niggah and den I lose a dollah. Den fo' wito nan and I win eight. Den fo' wite xne znoro; den ono niggah; den two jiiggahs; den seron wite men, and de man wif de bad eye, he says I was forty-two doUaba ahead," "De soffes' lay I ever hear," said Hrraitb, whoso eyes were glis Itening orer Mr. Williams heavy win nings. "Den coma along fo' wito men," aid Mr Williams, and de man wif a bad eye he say dat was eight dol lahs more, and den here Mr Williams paused, bb if his recollec .Sfiona bed OTerpowered him. "And don," echoed everybody wildly excited. Why. deyf said Mr. Williams, TSllrrnfnlj'Tlrj' comes around de' -cornah " "De cops?" breathlessly asked Mr. Smith. 4, niggah funerl" said Mr. Wil liams, "Th amount of building going 02 ihrGfat Britain is an everyday mat- tr of conversation, but I doubt if moj people realize how large tbat Amount ii. Jborty years ajro we built 40,000 new bouses a year in urc&t tfntam: now wo build morp than 80,000. During tbe last forty yers tt have erected two and u quarter nuiuon nouses, wnicn are estimated to be worth double-' 1 be smount of the national debt. Truth. There are one hundred and forty Indian reserrutions in this country, and they comprise 150,000,000 acres, or 53i,000 square miles. As the en tire Indian population of tbe country ii only G6,407, this allows more than four sqnaremilesto oach Indian-Th i in addition to over 5,000,000 dis tributed among thorn annually. A younf loTer in Iowa paid 10 f orJ fclocomotiTitorua th:rty-fiv miles to cee his girl, and when ho gotthers th family bull-dog run him two anilci and didn't charge him a con';. Corporation haTq no souls. It is soid'thot "Satan is ever watch inr to find ns 1lnemployed.,, Thi f entlerann referred to never watches nwpnper men. It would be a waste of talnable tim. 3stoiL -Transcript Tho other day a lady taxed., a young grntb man to wiioju she wa- engaged with having kissed lw. ladies at some party at which shy was not present, lie owned i, bn' laughingly assured her that their united ages only made 1. Tim mid- plp-minded girl only thought of 10 and 11, and h.ugud oft' 1 cr pent The wily rascal did not oxpiftin ih one of the girls ho had kissed was nineteen years of age and the other two. Tho story is told of an Amcrican lady, who at an inn in Normandy ,was deputed as being the best French scholar in her party, to make the arr9giae7Hs tor th. .r nccomracaa- j CiUl UCl OeSt WiaiCil WUh! 1 ;,r.y shori ilie ek-j k dil not" " and his remarks v. Finally in desperai perfection - bat . '!i heivjjjeacint' I argon lo her. s :ho said, slow- lyand with awful distinctness: "Do you speak English ? uWu'nI neow, you're jest talkin',". shouted the clerk; "guess I'd orter spesft-: English. I was raised ten miles from Ban-gor. The first bread is supposed to have bf en made by the Swiss ia'kvdwellers'. at a period to which no date enn be' assigned, although it may have quite closely approached historic times. Specimens of the bread, which was baked between two red hot stones nave been found in the foiwof little. circular cakes, four or nvo inches in diameter by an inch and a quarter chick Whoat aud barley were the cereals used, but a cake made from poppy seeds has been found among ho ruins of the lake-dwellings. The grains wero lmperrectiy grounci, or crushed, in stone mortars, arfd the bread was unleavened. -Dissolution of Co-rai'i'sersls.'p Qf & heretofore doing business in doing business in th town of Mineral Park, A. T. has been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. A. Ver Mebris.-authorizeci to collect all accountc Hue tho late iirm and settle up all its outstanding business. -rmL iAMSUiifi MliLTOX. WVF. Ghoujids. to tbe. above notice tbe., ndersigned beg to announce that ! tboy have entered into a co-partner-1 shin, nnd having -nnrftliaRed the;en-! iire stock of -mercnandise-formei)ly L owned by elfion & Grounds Mn fB eral Park,;hajvjconsolidated it with the business bfMr. G. W. 'Beecber at Kingman. The business of both stores will hereafter be continued under the firm name of Welton & Beecher. Lamson S. Welton. G. W. Beecher. Mineral Park, A. T., Nov. 1st 1SS3. THE MOHAVE COUNTY MI -TKBr L1U3II& lEWSPiPIS OUR GiRGULATfO iS LARGER THAN ANY PAPER Pi THE COUNTY, MAKING IT -THE MOST DES1RASLE MEDIUM FOR ADVBBTISBfeS IK THIS SECZ-SCX Having entered upon the second year of our existence), we propose to make thp MOHAVE couwilllR One of the Best Papers In the Territory,! Price $5 per year. Anson H. Smith & Co., Propri etors. j NEB. COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. BOYAL (Absolutely Pure). . . GIUNT (Alum roTdcr, . . ECIFOKD'S (Phorphito) fresh niXFOnD', when fresh REDHEAD'S CliArI (Alum Totrtlcr) . . . . JL.L5.ZCjf (Alma Powdar):;: . CLEVELAND'S riOXEEi: (San Francisco) cz.m .. D2. PEICE'S '.,..gS& UE8&&jBgEM3BSl sxct; f: ike cctcspe, st. r CON'GZXSS i SESEELS... QE23E"Z..' .'. ... riKr032'Sj t. hen not fro. AH!fF.WS&rrt. (contains alum)-. " .!raulree.)le2al." ...J "" ' ' ' . BULK PcTt-der sold loose) ' y. : . s . ' ' '. JJCJIFCEB'S, Tihen not ir?sh.. , REPOHTS OP GOVBEinSIENT CHEMIST,. , As tc P arity and Wholeso:::cncss of the Royal Baldng Powderu ' i hnvc tested a package of Eoyal Caking Po-n-dcr, -whlclj I pureliascd in tLc c : . - kot, and fmd it colIlpoecl of pure aud wholcscmc ingredicuts. It is a cream o Tartar powder of a, liiph ck-ree of ment, aud docj not contain either alum c:.' Txsphatcs. or other injurious substances. E. G. Love, Ph.D," "it it . -jiontific fact that the Koyal Baking; Powder.i3 absolutely pare." . - - "II. A. Moxt, Ph.D." "I : -ramincd ?. packasrc of Royal Caking Powder, purchased t)y:nYSCl 1 iho irr .kct, I lind it entirely free from alum, terra alba, or any other injurious 8Ti Etance. Hemiv JIoiIto.n, Ph.D., President of Stevens Institute of Technology." I have analyzed a packacc cf Royal Baking Powder. The materials of which, it is composed are pure and wholesome. S. Da'A IIjLves, State Assaycr, Mass." The P.oyal Bakinj? Powder received the highest award over all competitors sit the Vienna World's Exposi ion, ; i:t tiie Centennial, Philadelphia, 186 at tht America -7" ;titute, ami afti ate Pairs throughout the country. 'he .article of human food has ever received such high, emphatic, and uni versal :orsement fr om eminent chemists, physicians, tcientists, and3owdl6f Health -1 over '-he world. . ? l ri:,- t he above Di.VGr.AJi illustrates tho comparative worth of various Btkiog Powdci-, .t howa by Chemical Analysis tud experinf ents made by Prof. Schedler. A one pound can of each powder was taken, tlio total leavening power or volume x each can calculated, the result being as indicated. This practical test lor worth by Prof. Schedler only proves -what every observant conbumcr of the Royal Baking Powder knows by practical experience, that, v.hilc It ttf? a few cents per pound more than ordinary lands, it is far more economical, and, besides, affords the advan '"Z of better v.crk. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will .convince any Z.ir jr.Hded rerion of these facts. iagram showc some of of strength ting that tliev hr.v " . to be avoided ther powders ranked j any value. All alum 1 canjrerous. Jcsixikates su:Ii:nii'! iiislicd iKtjtli Ksjii1j i" Contract CaMnetWork a spcailty. H?jjrl'&&ZI'lm ALBL'QuELOUE. N. M. gAII Work Gaarnat- cd Cor reel gi 52an-y ItciaKtIeI. Piinss Exaaiincd & reported on. SEND FOR PTITCF, LIST. 0? JjSSS Of BABBITT METAL JPov Sale clsep at this JKko. II. H. Wif i;nsT - . . . , lf. K" V&z.X8. WATKINS BEOS., APOTHECARIES & BBUGGISTS MINERAL PARK, A. T. o o "We have on hand the largest stock of BESJGS, 3I!EBICaA'ES. toiz.btaetici.es tsotios8, etc,. over brought to Mohave County. Q O V.'e also carry a large 3took of PAIMTS, OILS, VAF.NISHES, GLASb & PUTTY. . O O ALSO .GENTLEMAN'S "UXfDEEYTE AR, KEOKWEAIl, SUCPENDEHS, 30., ETC. CIGAK3, AND TOBACCOS fkesh candies op all ei&ds, etc J. W: Michael, w",-KOJ3.5,:". "OB- " :a 1 i 1 ) .- i iia the alum riodcrs to be of a higher dc. below them, it is not to be taken as in die-.- powders, no i:u;tter how high their iirjit-j iPROYJLS ION'S Geral " Supplies Wholesale and Retail Vi'eni:!: i tieetonL. the 1cst quul- Examine Stock & Prices Next door to Smith's Market. We also ruu a Fast Freight line t the A. & P. terminus and will do general freighting. ROE BROS. Mineral Park, lIay 1- eff. Rainolds, President. w. i'. p. vviison, Cashier.' Norman 0. Raff. Ass't Cashier. TM ANK, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. A Genekal Banking Business " TSANSAOTeD. Special attention given to collections on all accessible points in JSew Mexico and Arizona. ISSUE DRAFTS On -Al tho Principal oitios of Europo. gtF'Dopobitory of the Atlantic & Pacific mil Atchjson. Toueka & Sata yelpiijroa J. K.BASYE, Manufacturer o( Mexican Filigree Jewelry Id native gold and silver O -"Wholosalb and He tail Dealer in Watches, Qlacks :i Silverware And Fine Jewelry of AllKinds Otdcrs by Mail and Express Promptly Attended to. Maybee & Sehaffer, faimfacturing Jewelers, JDFJLTEKS IW DIAMONDS And all the fine grades of American & Foreign Watches, The only Manufacturers of j I PilvfirPilinvPP TawpItI Cx.VO. i 1.1UICC UCVVC :. i j Gold In the Territory. M'c itlso m;il(; ";j specialty of iafif: utcl& rcjiaivin anii nar anlcc salisi'aciuu. .X.T3TJ.QXJKT:QU1C. IV. 3X. "ALL -THE YEAP..5' Atlantic & Facific R. R. Is now open fir through traffic between the Pacihu CV nst miii the East, in connection with The Southern Paoific, s Atchison, ToiiekaS Santa Fe, St. Louis & San Francisco. Railroads thereby forming the best and shortest lino between tho East and the West, with all the modern improve ments and conveniences for safety and comfort. PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS Will be run through between St. Louis. Kansas City and San Francisco. WEST EAST 90 a m ,3:50 p m 4:13 o in 4;39 am :17 p in 8:45 p in 10:10 p m 1:00 a m 3:10 a m 5:00 n m 80a m U 2Gam 3fSxm 130 p m A?. 12KX) m Lv. 1030 pm 2:40 p m Ar. 7:55 a m Albuquorque Coolide "WiiiKate CmlluD ZJanneiito Kid brook AVinslow Elnstaff Williams Ash Fork 7.00 p m 1:10 p 12:22 p m 11:55 a ni 11:15 a m 853 am G0 v. m 4:33 am 25 a m 1 Peach S Jin 'JSTeedles Lv. Ar. 4:10 p in Needles Mohave 1:45 p m 3&0 a ni Lv. a ni 5:15 p m San Francisco Los Aneles Through tickets to all tho principal cities cast and west on s.ilo at tho following sta tions, th: AlLnquorque. N. M,, Holbrook, Winslow, Fl.ngstnlT. Peach b'prings, King rann. A. T., and Tho Needles. Cal. Trains on the Atlantic ,& Taoific railroad will hereafter be run on Jefferson City, Mo. time PS minutes faster than Albuquerque time. Trains on tho Southern Pacific rail road will use San Fr:inc:nco . time, which ia two hours slower t';an Z efforeon City time. .. stagej conn::otions. r- Via Panch Springs to tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado, 18 -miles " in Kingman, daitv st tges to Stockton 3ill, 10 miles; Mi'ic-iil Park, 18 miles; Cer bat, 12 miles. , Via Yucca to Signal. -D miles. Via Needles, steimei' to Fort Mohave, Mo have City, Hardyvil.e, Arizona; and El Do rado Cafion, Ni-vad". Eor further information, consult or ad dress Local Agents A. & P. R. or P. W. SMITrT, Gen'l Supt. C. Ii. Williams, Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent. First Insertion Nov. 11. Application lor a Pntent to t?ic General cc Qsiarii: Alining: Claim. United States Land Office. Prescott, Arizona Territory, Nov. 5, 1883, Notice is hereby given that F. A. DuBois, whose posto nice i.ddress is Shelbv; A. w Powers, whose postoihee address is Sandus ky; Albert Yeomans. ana E, C, ftmithi whose postoftice add rpss is "Varren: L. G. Moore and John Giihs, whose post ifnce ad dress is Kinsman; E A. liwJ, whoso post office address is Vernon; J. V. lia-joy, J . G. Jennings. S. W. bes -.ions iiM I. ' Lamson, whose postoffico :iddre-4 is Cleveland; M. P. Bates and I. H. linto , wIujsr postoffico ad dress is Wooster; J. MuGlonen. whose post- omce address is Crest on; Geo. i. Hay, whose postoftice address is Milton; T. G, Loomis and N. G. Harris whose postoftice address is Lodi: A G. Ha?loi. vh6sa- p.QS': oflipe address is Lcroy, all in the SU o Ohio; and F. E, Shawhaii. e postofiire addrosa is Pike City iitato of California, have this day filed Ueir application for a Patent, by Albert Yeomans, their attorney in fact, whose po-;t"ilioo .address is Warren, Ohio, for one tLcusauu linear feet known as the General Lee mine, on the Arnolcj vein or lode, of gpld and gilytsr bearing rock, mt surfaQe groqiid mk hundred feet in width) 'Situated in Ced ir V-tlley mining dis trfoti Mohave count v. Arizona Terntorv. and designated by the field notes and onj" oiai piatmeu iu huh oiucira m -Co. in;, oij tjie qfllcia plat p,f buevty thpfeof1. '1' ei; tPribThQundarifisofa;uirtlotrKQ )9 a.re as followa, towit: Bcuhmhiu Ut.a cranlte post inarted "CF, L; Ncl. XI". M;." i is at the center Of the. norm boundary line of the uuucwi juwtj iuuiu .iiu, or- tue soutn oonn- daryiino of the Arnold mine, bv the side of which post JS ft ustiund qf stqn&s; thenae runiun north 80 deg. 2txm east 3CQ foet to a post in a mound f stones iu:irkod "G li. No. 2;" thence j-uiinina south 3 deg. 33 nun., east l,wd feo to a post in a mound of stone marked "GTL. No.3:"thenco runuind sovjtu ?y qag, min., vest yu it tq a starve post iij fh cQirtroof the quth boun dary of the General fjee mine marked ''G. L. No. 4;" thence same course 300 feet to a post in a mound of stones marked "G. L. No. 5:" from this prtst die west centre of Jeromo's stone house bears south 21 deg. lo min., west 18 feet distant; thenpo run ning north 3 deg. 33 Jhhi., wrest 1.000 feet to a, nost in n. monnd of utonnH insirked Q. L. p. fi;''. fj;qni tliip jm? tha tftiitorf States mineral monument N. L-Oedar Valley dis trict, bears nortU 18 dog. 15 min., wost295 feet distant: theuco runnins north dec 27 min., east 300 feet t the initial .or lo cation; monument ana piace or oegiumng; Magnetic variation 14 deg.. 15 min- east, containing 18.77 aces, Tbe Jcaion of this mine ia r.'eQdr.pe.d hi the lteqordisr's'oflioe of Mohave 'count'v.' Arizona Territory. The adjoining claims are on the north the Ar nold mine and on tho south the Hubbard Consolidated mine, Any aim an persons, oiaimnig aayerseiy any iortlou or said General Jbee mine or sur face ground a?g. required to file their ad verse claims with the Rogisterof Hie yiled States Land Office at PicStfoft, iq Arizona Terrpry, dflripg tlp sixty days period of publication herpp.f or th$y, will be debarred by virtue of (hp pVoyiqions of tho statute. It is herebv ordered that the foregoing notice of application for patent bo published for the period of ten consecutive weeks in tho MoAnvE County -Mineit. a weekly news- ?aper published at ..Mineral Park, Arizonr. errjtpry, THOMAS WING, SFBSCIIIBE FOB First insertion, November 11th 1883. AiMIicnliou for a Patcal lo tli'c IItiIJ:trl C'ouso:i(!:it (! Quartz llliiinsr Claim. United States Lvnp. OFFi:i Prescott, Arizona TerfnufV.NoV. .", 1883. ; Notice is hereby aiven, that Albert Yeo- j mans. whose postoilloe .-.duiess is Warren.; Ohio, has this day filed hi-, application for j a patent tor one thousand Jme r teet Known as the rinbbard Consolidated mine, on tne Arnold vein or lode of g Id and silyor bear ing rock, with surface gnuuud six hundred feet m width, situated 11 f&l.ir Valley min ing district, Mohave ctrr.iy. Te.ntory of Arizona, and designated by tho field notes and official t)lnt filed in thi.? oiticf as Lot No. 41, on the official p!ut of sra-v: v thereof. The exterior boundaries of ssid Lot No. 41 are as follows to wit: beginning at a stone post by side of a 'nound of stones, marseu on the south sxdo thereof, "H. C. No. 1." being the cen- t:s of the north boundary line of saidmin ; and the centre of the houth boundary Ir.e, j V." eiMernl Leo mino t-n the sjirca loiuo . i'v:: c ni.ih 8G Cou.- oast SOOfeetdo: : t iu n niouud oi' st.one3, marked on t to z;v. . : sia3 "jj.. 0. rvo. a; ' thenca runui ae so .tli21deg. 15min. east 1C0J feet tong post in a n ound of stones marked "'n. a To 3:" thence running south KG dt'- 27 miC wc3t 30J feet to a stone pst by t .e side of a mound of stones marked "H. C N-. If at the centre of the south b m.ul .ry lino of said mine. The TJnued St. tos Mii erai Monument No. 1. CeJ. r Wiley district, boa rs north 21 deg. 10 nnti. west, from this post. Thence running south 86 vttg. 27 nun. west 300 feet to a post in a mou id of stones marked "H. C. No. 5;" tnend running north 21 deg. 15 min. west loOJ f-jot to a post in a mound of stone-i and e rih m.irke 1 on the south side "fl. o. No. G," said hwt. c urse at l)G7feet intersects the S. W. cor-n ner of Jerome's stone noue. Tueuce r .u ning north 80 deg. 27 mm. e.sc 30J feet to post(H. C. No. 1; the p.ace of beginning. Magnetic variation 14 J-. 15 oiin. et.st. Containing 13.12 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the Itacotlcr's office of Mohave county. Arizona Territory. TLo adjoining; claims are, on tho north the Genonl Lee. on the south the Live Yankee, on the west the El Pu bio mining claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of tho Hubbard Consolidated mine or uurface ground are required to file their adverse claims with therogister of tho United States Land Office at Prescott, in Territory of Arizona, during tho sixty days period ofnublicatioa hereof, or they will be debarred by virtue of the provisions of the Statutes. It is herqby ordered that the foregoing Notice of Application f 01 a Patent be pub lished for the period of ten consecutive weeks in tho Mohave Counti Mineii. a weekly newspaper published at Mineral Park, Mohave County, Arizona Territory. THOMAS WJKG, Kegister- Jonsusnption Cured. An old physician, retired from aotive practice having hud placed in bis hands by an East 'MinilrtTtfir: Irh, AstlJ affections, also for general Del plaints, after iu wonderful curative cases, feels it his-duty his suffering fellows. sent free of charge, to a full directions lor prepann fully using, Adiress with - this paper. Db. J. C. 1aym6k ington Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. DR. ALLEN PKIVAIE IeSIESASftY, SCJ Kearny St , San Fran wm-o, 'Cal rSTABIJSHED FOB THE SciENTirtC AND SPlSKDT CyBBOF CmiONiP, JiEJJVpl S AND Special diseases. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST, DK . ALLEN, AS IS ELI j b. O WN. IS A regular graduated Physici n. educated at Bowdoin College and University of Michigan. Ho has devoted a lifetime to the study of the treatment and cure of diseases within his specialty. YOUNG MEN, And middle-aged mep vhu are suffering from the effeats of Youthful Indiscretions, or Excesses in maturer years. Nervous and Physical Debility, Impotence. Lost Man hood, co fusion of ideas, dullees. aversion to society, despondency, pimple:; on. the face, loss 01 energy apa jpemmry. irequency ot uri sating, etc. Bemember. th.it by a c uibiii;t tjonof remedies of great curative pwer thp Doctor hassoarr. nged liis trtitment- that it will not only afford iuinigujatp relief, hut per manent Burt, MY IIOSPITAr. EXPERIENCE Having been surgeon in charge of two lauing hospitals, enables me to treat all private troubles with excellent results. I wish it dib tinctly understood that I donotclaini tu per form impossibilities, or to have niii-icufous prsppejualuralpowur. I claim only to be a skilful and successful Physician and bur geon thoroughlv informed m tuy Hpeoialty -DISEASES wi? All applying to me will receive my honest opinion of their complaints No expernnont ing. I will guarantee a posit vecuro in everj case I undertake, or forfeit $1. OJ. (Jur.suita tion in office or by letter TV.ua and strsctiv private. Charges, ras n bl-'.C -Jlor address ik. An.sr GK Kearny street, San 1 rancisq . C il, Qf- hca hours U to drtilv. 1 tobe.Yen.in.', o3;f mm eoplg aro always on iho lookoui for ohances to increase their earn WJ-"iiins. nnrl in timi. hnnnniA waalthv those who do not improve their opportune ties remain in poverty. We want manvnieii. women, boys and girls to v;nk for fight in their own h)caH!ei. Any pi e can do tLo oK uinper.iy jrpm tue nrsi start, une ims iness will nAv more than ten times orrJinsirv waces . Expensive outfit furnished free. No one wno engages tang i.q ihko money Kipiu Iy. Yoncauutivqtflypnr.whdetiraeto the wqrK, or oiny yo.ir. spare momonta. Full in fomfai)on and all tbftt ia needed sent free, Adqreg Stinhqh A Co.. Portland. Maine 22vl. a week made at home bv the indus trious. Best business now hefqj& the. public. Capital not needed. We will Bta.rt3ou.M,wpman,bpys and girls wanted every where to." work: for us.Now is the time. You can work in spare time, or give your whole time to the business. Nu other busi ness will pay you nearly as well . No onecan fail to mak& nor-mous pav, by engaging at qnce. Mostly on tht and terms free. itoqey made fast, easily and honorably. Address True & Co.. Aucusta, Maine 22vl GrEOBGE H. CUBBY, Watchmaker and Dealer ij WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW13LRY, SIL- ' HP.A-KE. Bpeciacies hih! Eye ilassos. Also agent for Royal St. John Sewing Ma chine. Largest Lino of Guns, Pistols and Ammt nition in Norther AfiflH. pf ttpqtt. A. T- J. H. WIOLLEFUNQ, FOBWABDIKG ANJ COMMISSION. Goods marked in my care will be forwarded promptly to Sig nal and surrounding country, Fuji particulars in regard tp freight rates. &c, gireu iipon application. : Mark goods cai'o J. H. M. YUCCA ARIZONA, lS-NEFEIt FAIIr 1 g-X-ure-fur Nervous Debility? Exhausted ftVi:tali:tJr. Seminal veaJaie6s,bpermator rhoea.LQst Manhood, Tit. rwif iTi nr "P i- rof o and all the ternblof. Sfects oTSolt Abuse, gyouahfuPollics and oicecbcs ill maturer yirs, s ich, tfsLoss of Memory, Lassitude, N.cturnrn.JEmissions, Aversion to Soci-ty. Dinniessbf Vision, Noises in tbe rle d; tho vital fluid passing nnobsi r- d.iu 'he urine, said many other diseases m.it c .d ta ins nity and Death. Dr. MKsTiE, wl.ois a rgulart physichn grndcateof the University Pninsylva3a will i' re t f-r: it Fivo Hundred Dollam i for a c.w 'f thi lundtho VITAL BUoTOr- ATIVE (nnds rhi'jsp-'ciai advice nnd treat- ment) will notciiio, or for anything impur? or injurious found in it. Dr. Mintia treat3 ail privjtte diseasoo successfully without cuiy. . Consultation freev Thorough morcci' examination and advice, including analvsia of urinf, Five dollars. Price of Vital lies; toratrce, three dollars a bottle, or fo-tr tmen the quantity for ten dollars: sent to any ad dr-ss npon fuoeipt of price, or C. O D , so cure from observation and in private nama if desired, bv A. E. Mintio, M. D., 11 llo-irnv St. . San Francisco. Cal. SAMPLE BOTTLE FliEE j. Will be r :t t-:iiiyono Sppl3iug by letter. SLnlillg syiuiibiu:, sua uu njjfJ" Oincii sg isroy in "r;?.-rd tf all bnsiisess transaction--. PK. Mi N TIE'S FIDNEY REMEDY. NEPH RFTTCT"M. curs .11 kinds ,.f kidney and bl drli'- c inplints. gonoiuhcea, gleet, lpucorrloei. For sale by mIL druggists at Onp do;!r per b.t-.le: six bottles for Ei.a dollars. mi. aiSTIE'S DANDELION PILLS are the l)t-st and cheapest Dyspepsia and Biliou I'.uro in the market. . For sale by all druggists. . ... .rv UnnSStJ" " LOST s Dr. Liebig an Fran clsa The CoUege.,Tnstitnt3 for the cgrq of all special eoinplfzatsd HEALTH 30 called incurable disease?. Dr -Liobig'3 German Invigorator ispogitivelyguarante'scl to cure nervous and phyaiail debility, sain iual weakuess,lost manhood,' spefma,torrHc3, loss of energy, ringing ailI diitriiais in th3 head, inelanoholia. hopeless feelmgjrostS' turrhoa. and all the results of .youthful itu. prudence and excesses of mature T"ar3. Shi Doctor,-a regular college, physieian frs Euroie will agree to forfeit qna. 5o"",.sail dollars for a case the Invigorator. y'U riS cure under special treatment and'adtic". The reason so many sin not got cr i c' weakness and the above di? eases is .ing lo ,1 compl cation, c-tlled ProutatorrEeSj SLzji requires peculiar tre-atment. Dr. Liebig's Invigocitor Ho. Sitffb? o""7 positive curefur prostatj?rih5n.''ir:D c. Ge! numb! sons ordti p-y oxpressl Mot ixiwe tients. Consnlt vice free nd pnv.te. DPw. LIr BIG A- CO.. i GiarT Private Entrat.cj-.4T. Mason fr . X.Ca!. no. 11 EE AMY STEEET. Treats all Chronic r.n3 Special Diseases. Who may be suff-nna from tho chcSt3 o" youtLfnl foiLw oc indicretion.will doi wcil to avail theu?elveof this, tha greatcstjbocTi ever laid i.t the tsltstr f suffering huniiipity. Dr. Spinney will guarantee to forfeit '$'i30 for every case of Seminal Weakneest:or pr VAte diKene of .-my kind cr character whicj he undert.-.ke 'V.A fails to euro. There are many .it, tl'e ae or thirty io six ty who are tn-ubied with too froqnent evac natioiis of the bl dder, of ton accompanied by a slight smarting or burning rnsatioa and a wpake-itii-;; of ho sj'stRmin amaaa;: tho p-ttiont anrot account for. Oa axamH ing the un'n ry dop jits a ropy Kadimsn whl often be f.'Und. and soniw'iimcs sme.." p irticles of .ibameu will npp:ar, or tho c lorwill bo .f ihin n-ilkish hux agaia jJi ir. v,if tuj d-rkand tomid acpara 5. Tt:er .-.re many men win di'eof this .IL1L.1I. ty igijorint of th o.-utse. which ia iho sec ond stage of seniiuitl w-akniss. l."r. 8. .i " gn-:i-n0' a perfent enro in all ca:h caifj and a henlthy rostoration of tho gnito-aria arv organs. Onioo Fours 10 to 4 nnd 6 tiaO, ' CtoSays from 10 to 11 a. M. Constat Joa rjj. ri u;h exiniov-tioi ;nu udv;co.S3. Cull ov ad.tjA Ml. SS'iSSKY TO. detsttf Nu. n Kearry bt.S n Tranoisco I'lio C- e-n - ANTI-SYPHII Wfl U 00 DISEASE. LeKichacs' Goujbs Ba"vu " 1 Cares Chancre, flist and second stages; sores 01 the legs and body; Svpliilitic Catarrh Diseased Sc:ilp and all primary forms the disease. Price ?.(Xr per cttlo. Le Eiouatjs' GomE i Basasi Curca Tertiary. ruercnri-U. Uypluiilic liheuma tism. Pains in the Bancs, Jlcc;atcd "hnat Syphilitic Hash, Lumps, etc.. jrad cradi cat.g til iiises from the sytte-u, cishtr uaused by had treatment or abuse o . mcr cury, leaving the blood puro and hea!ihvt Price a.-,.oaPor bottle. Le BicnAU3' Golden Spn. H ksry for the cure of Gonorrhoea. C leL e,tc IVaff. 2..r)0 per buttle. LBBicnAus'Gor.Tipj SAxiru IK2ctiok, a wash $of u5oof Gleet. Strictures, .Disease of the Urethra and Bladder, etc. rice, l.a0.per bottle, Lf Eichaus.' Goiden OcmiEKs for tho ef fective healing of Syphilitic Sores and Eruptions. Price. 1 00 per boitlc. Also Agents forL KicnAus' Goi.pks-J'ii.I!?, for veakncss, loss of physical pvwors, and all diseases arising from abuse and excess or overwork. Price S3.00 per box Sent everywhere. O, D securely packed p.T EXTV"W, c, y , Rim akbs & co. 427 & 449 Sansome stroet, cor. Clay, San Francisco, Cal. '! ' mm not, life js swoepinir bv :q and dar before you dio, sornQthiag; michtv and sublime leave .Tbchuiu. to conquer time.'' GC a week in vour own. town. 5 outfit free. Nurkk Everything; new. Capital not required . oillluniish. you everything. Many are making fortui-sl Ladios make as nwli as men. r.nd'boys nul pirls make great pny. Boader, iyou. want business at whioh vou osin make great my all the tima. Mrit for ivricuki-o toHAi I.F.TT A . nd. Mairifk 'l A DVLltTI m .JKiJ5a SAW if w mmwi Minim 11 111 111 1 hi in mn 11 11 1 A.DVEBTr55 A.