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THE CLIFTON CLARION.
WEDNESDAY, JULY a 1SS5. ALL SOKTS. Tha leather product of this country reaches $200,000,000 per honum. The largest vineyard in tha world is in California, and con- " tains between 3,000,000 and 4,000, 000 Tines. The new postal rates went into effect on the first Letters may now weigh an ounce instead of as be fore, half an ounce for two cents. "What is an epistle V asked a Sunday school teacher of her class. "The wife of an apostle," replied the young hopeful. New York Mail-Express. Nature made women to smile more than men. Often one sweet smile from an intelligent woman will drive away the darkness and gloom of the troubled spirit. In Los Angeles, the jury in the case of Miss Ida Waite ts. Joseph Taskcr, of Tombstone, for breach of promise, found a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $2,500. "A complete and generous edu cation is that which fits a man to perform justly, skillfully and mag nanimously, all the offices, both private and public, of peace and war." Milton. So far as we have observed, every county now possessing the luxury of a county court is com plaining about the additional ex penses entailed upon them. Florence Enterprise. While Gov. Boss and his family were being entertained by the peo ple of Albuquerque the house was entered by burglars, who carried off a diamond rinr and several other articles of less value. President Cleveland's Saturday afternoons are given up largely to social enjoyment. He has more callers than ever. The weather is growing warmer, and Washington City closes early in the dull sea son. "Why do we fire cannons and express our joy over Washington's birthday and not mine!" asked an Austin school teacher. "Be cause Washington is dead and you ain't," was the irreverent re ply. The question, " V ho stands at the head of the Philadelphia bar?" has been asked. We do not know his name, but he must be terrible crowded by the ninety and nine who want sugar in there'n. At lanta Constitution. The London Telegraph pays the farewell and touching tribute to ex-Minister Lowell in the sim ple eulogy: He won all our hearts. But when Gen. Schenck left the the same post he had won all their hearts.clubs, diamonds and spades, with the accompanying chips. Exchange. Prof. Proctor says that at least B20,000 meteors fall from the heavens and strike the earth every hour during the year. And yet when a man goes home with a black eye and a damaged tile, and tells his wife that he was struck by a meteor, she will not believe him. Norristown Herald. "Little boy," said a gentleman, "why do yoo carry that umbrella over your head? It's not raining." "Nop." "And the sun is not shin ing." "Nop." "Then why do yon carry itf "'Cause when it rains pa wants it, and when the sun shines ma wants it, an' it's only this kinder weddcr that I can get to nse it at alL" Gen. Barnes, leading counsel for defendant in the Hill-Sharon divorce case, stated in an in terview that the effect of the su preme court decision granting a stay of proceedings will tie up the whole matter until an appeal on the merits of the case is heard by the supreme court, which, if the appeal takes its regular turn on the court calendar, will not be be fore a year. "And what does this Mr. Lively do for a living?" asked the old lady. "He's a newspaper man." "A what?" "A newspaper man; goes around and finds out what's going on in the world, writes it down and sends it to the newspa pers." "Sakes alive! I should think a great big strong fellow like him might be in better business a carpenter, or blacksmith or some thin of that sort" Cincinnati can boast of a genu ine Lucretia Borgia. Mary Kle xnan, a girl imprisoned on suspi cion of attempting to poison her sister's family, had admitted her guilt and confessed to the murder by poisoning her father, mother and another sister. Shrf has a mania for the crime and can as sign no motive except an impulse which prompted her a:ts. She is of course insane; and it is fortunate that her insanity has been discovered. Wkat am Educated Su Oajhl to Know. According to Buskin, an edu cated man ought to know theso things: First, where he is that is to say, what sort of a world is he got into, how large it is, what kind of creatures live in it, and how what is it made of, and what may be made of it? Secondly, where is he going that is to say, what chance or reports are there of any other world besides this, and what seems to bo the nature of that other world? Thirdly, what he had best do in the circumstan ces that is to say, what kind of faculities he possesses, what are the present state and wants of mankind, what his place of society and what are the readiest means in his power of attaining happi ness and diffusing it? The man who knows these thiugs, and who has his will so subdued in the learning of them that he is willing to do what he knows he ought, is an educated man; and the man who knows them not is unedu cated, though he could talk all the tongues of BabeL X Cholera Where There Wn Copper. ' " '" "There was a curious feature of the outbreak of cholera in 1SM9 that has not been referred to in recent years," a physician said, recently. "It was;' observed that no workmen engaged in copper mines or in manufacturing any sort of article out of copper, or in handling copper or copper ore, were afflicted with cholera. M. Audrand demonstrated that there was much less electricity in the air in those "parts of Paris where the cholera raged most fearfully than in the other parts of the city. The two discoveries were put together, and it was inferred that the galvanic action generated by the copper acted as a pre ventive. It may be that the cop per absorbed into the Bystem by the workmen served as an anti dote. At any rate, the action of copper in alleviating some kinds of cramp is well known, and there will be no harm in wearing strips of clean copper or of copper and zinc next to the body, as has been recommended by an English phy sician." The Happiest IVedded Liven. No woman will love a man bet ter for being renowned or promi nent Though the first among men, she will be prouder, not fonder; as is often the case, she will not even be proud. But give her love, appreciation, kindness, and there is no sacrifice she would not make for his content and com fort The man who loves her well is her only hero and king. No less a hero to her, though he is not to any other; no less a king, though her only kingdom is her home and heart It is a man's own fault if he is unhappy with his wife, in nine cases out of ten. It's a very exceptional woman who will not be all she can to an atten tive husband, and a very excep tionable one who will not be very disagreeable if she finds herself wilfully neglected. The Nogales Frontier tells about a so called lawyer named John B. Fraser, whom it compli ments by such titles as "impe cunious bum," "petty fogger" and "disreputable bilk." This gentle man's illegal legal practices suited the citizens of Nogales so little that they prepared to wait npon him officially, but Fraser, getting wind of the proposed surprise party, took to the hills, and, aided by the darkness, escaped The notorious John B. is well, but not favorably, known in this conn ty, and that ho has skipped to the hills is not a matter of surprise. He attended the first term of the District Court held at Solomon ville, coming from Globe with a hired team, which he never re turned, and a valuable lot of bor rowed books, which he tried to selL F. B. Hancock, of Elkton, Kan., mysteriously disappeared, May 19, and any information regarding his whereabouts will be paid for by either MacKey & Nesbet, Evans ville, Ind., Mrs. F. B. Hancock, Elkton, Kan., or J as. F. Hancock, Tucson. Tha missing man weighs from 165 to 170 pounds, has chin whiskers, quite .grey, several moles about his face and nock, one on his nose between the eyes and one on the end of his nose, beside others. Territorial papers please copy. The annual adjustment of sal aries of presidential postmasters has been prepared by the salary allowance division and submitted to the postmaster general, It shows the total number of presidential postoffices to July 1st to be 5,231, a decrease of 122 as compared with the number of such offices at the beginning of the present fiscal year. .During the. year twelve offices became presidential, and on July 1st 134 offices were reduced from presidantial to fourth-class. Solomon, . . . : . Wickersham & Company TETISTON, Cochise Co. A. T. FORWARDERS. Good, marked to oor ears promptly for. MnU In Fort Howie. BolomonviUr. Snf- ford. Smithville, Fort Thomas. San Carlos and Globe. W carry at all time a full stook of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions Hats, Boots and Shoes, Uro cries. Crockery, Hardware Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars Oar stock of Lumber, Shingles, Doors Etc is purchased from the rnannfncturers and is selected witn n nnwicuga ui the wants of purchasers. Agents Anhenser Beer and Fish Bros. nations. ARIZONA COPPER CO'S ASSAY OFFICE! West side of rivsr in Company's building. Assaying of Every Kind of Ores and Bullion. Fully Prepared for all kinds of Analytical Work appurtain ing to Metallurgy. CHARGES FOR ASSAYlAti. Gold and Silver (Ore) , V"SrS CovDcr 2.50 tSF Where there are two or more assays to be made for one person the charge will be fi for each one. Charces for all other work as low as is consistent with care and correctness. J. A. CRUM. Assayer and Metallurgic Chemist. A., Ti & S. F. R. R, THE GREAT HIGHWAY FROJI Arizona to the East. Makes close connection at Albuqnerqna with the ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R TO KANSAS CITT And ad Points in the East. Trains from Deming, N. M., connect at Kansas City with trains tor CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW -YORK And all Eaatera Cltlew. npHE ROAD PASSES OVER A MAO- A nkneentstretcn ox. mountain ana plain. Is thoroughly ballasted, and equipped with the best rollimr stock of modern times. Every attention is paid io the comfort of passengers, making it the most desirable route between the fcast and n cat. Trains ran over the Sonora road from BENSON, (ARIZONA, Through to HEKJIOSILLO and GUAYMAS, Furnish tnc Tucson and other cities easr access to the great trade of Mexico, which is now opening np its vast treasures to the world. W. P. WHITE, Gen. Pass, and Tick. Agent, Topeka, Kansas. LOCIS VOELOKliL, I THOS. J. NEESE, Solomon vilile, i ort Thomas. Neese & Voelckel, Fort Thomas, Ariz., -AND- Solomonville, Ariz. -DEALERS IS- Gener'l Merchandise Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Sugar, Rice, Pastes, Sauces, Pickles, Provisions, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bran, Wheat Corn, Barley, Baled Hay, Liquors, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Beers, Gin, Rum, Ale, Porter, Our Prices Are Low ! Our Stock is New! Call and be convinced of this fact. . ....... HENRY HARMS Comission Merchant. THE ONLY JOBBER IN Pride of Denver Flour ....AND.... Colorado Potatoes, Correspondence with the trade solicited, F. E. McG-INNESS, Post Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz. Keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods Dry Goods & Groceries Finest brands of "S77"iri.es and Cig-ars Both Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty Fost Office adjoiuin the storo. HARRY MARSHALL Lordsburg : : : : Sow Mexico. "WTaclssale Liquor Dealer ! Straight Kentucky A Specialty. CALIFOKXIA WINKS AND IMPOJITEI) C1GA118 Correspondence with the trade solicited CLASSEN BROS., lokosblkg x. m Dealers in General Merchandise California Producs a Specialty Branch store at Shakespeare, N. M. Pima Lumbering Co. pHavinp just completed and put in opera? tiou uiuir 12Te"W Saw IMIill, Are prepared to furnish All Kinds of Lumber At reasonable rates. Orders Promptly XIllecl. Call on or address II. WEF.CU. Pima. Graham Co., Ariz CAMP THOMAS, A. T MRS. LOUISA C. EDPKEY Proprietress. Single Meals t.SO Ctw. IiOdfingM 5a Special Rates to Permanent Boarders ! . E&All Stages Abitf. and Depart from this House. First-Class Lodgings! mm Ms ioard $6 per Week SINGLE MEALS, 35 CENTS ...AT THE.... OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT, M A IX ST CLIPTOX Cl3.arl.e3r Lee ZETclir, Proprietor. Open Day and Night. TIIE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kinds of Wild Game Served in any style desired. GLOBE ABB CAMP THOMAS Thos. B. Graham, Manager. A TWO-SEATED EUCKBOAED Will be. hereafter, reijularly run between the nhove points: leaving Globe every Mondxy, Wednesday and Friday, and Camp Thomas every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, con necting at the latter place with Norton & Stewart's stape line to Bowie Station and intermediate points. FARE: . From Globe to Camp Thomas S12 50 From Globe to Bowie Station 20 00 Bowie Station And Camp Thomas Norton & Stewart, Prop's. A DAILY LINE OF STAGES Will be mn between the above points, con necting at Solomonville with stai?e line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad, and at Camp Thomas with stageline to and from Globe. FARE: From Bowie Station to Camp Thomas $12 IK) From Bowie Station to Globe 20 00 Duncan and Carlisle Tri-Weekly STAG E LIE. Four-Horse C;ncord Coaches Leave Duncan Mondays, WedneHdays and Fridays, lifter arrival of trains, and return on alternate days. Fpre Either Way, S3. PARKS BROS., Pro's. SHELDON AND SOLOMONViLLE Stage Lme; C. A. FAIR, Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Cliftou ami Lortisbnrg TO Soloiiionville and Settle ment on the Gila. Leaves Sheldon, Tm'lny, Thursdays and baturuay. Fare. ...... S3 Morenci and Clifton Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S.-Mails Dai'y, Sundays Excepted. Stages carrying Pasencern and Kxptosa Leave post oHice at Morenci 6; 30 a. m. Ijeave Clifton I p. m. HEXRt FOWtEE. Eupt, DR. LEEBIG, b Ii&penmary Ui CC Cor. Geary Ifnson Si 2 The Coilece institute fur the cure of cell special, com u) plicated and eo-caiitil hi f I curable (nnmie Ijiiitwra. I m mrr uoit;s merman Invigorator in ;xitivo ly ffuaranteod to cure ier touh and Physical Debility, Weakness, Lost Manhood. Low of. Energy, fiimon and Dizziness in the heatl, melancholy, hopeless feel' ings. and nil the result of youthful imprudence and excesses of mature! years. The Doctor is a rekralar collOKe phyoician. and will agree to forfeit $1000 for a case the Invigorator will not cura under tpecial treatment aud advice. The reason so many can ntt get cured of WeaknenH and tlte above diseases is owing to a compheatioa called PROSTATOKRHKA, which reqnires pocnliar CO , trratmrnt. Liebig'H Inviporator No, 2 is a positive enre for prostatorrhea. Price for either of the Invijrorators $2.00 per bottle; six for 10. Sent to any address on receipt of price, or C. O. D. Responsible persons pay when cured. Strictest secrecy maintained. Patients cured at home. Jjiobig'e Dispensary runs an ele tsnnt drag store in the building. Consulta tion, personally or by letter, free. OnpiKARY Cases Any recentcaee of spe cial or private diseases cured for $10.-Remedies enmeient to cure will be promptly sent, with full direction and advice on receiptor $17. All packages are securely covered from observation. 1ST? IGOR ATOR SAMPLES FREE. Call or address Dr. LIEBIG & CO., 400 Geary street. Private entrance, 405 Mason street, San Francisco. Dr. Lie,bitfs Magnetic Healers or Sejf-mo)?-netizers, the Rreateft curative invention of the ape. Every man or woman can now be their own mni?netic healer. No man re quired on the end of the healer, conso quontly no bit? fees to pay the Hand Rubber. Price i.OU complete, bold only at tbe Dr. Liebig Dispensary. ?HM FYfl& TTns GREAT Ji&LilVH strengthen in H Remedy, and SHSiSZ-S'l IB Nerve tonic is th '(if overOyfjtrsof practical experi ence, and cures with unfailing certainty nervou and physical dft bilitv. Seminal Weakness, Sper- mntrrrJta nnrf liu.ibtea v lt.'tiity, Premature Decline and Lops of Manhood, in all its complication, aud from whatever cause produced. Enrich es and purifies the blood, stregthens the Nerves. Muscles and Digestion, Reproduc tive Organs and Physical and Mental Facul ties. It steps any unnatural debilitating drain upon the pye-tpm. preventing involunta ry losses, debilitating dreams, seminal losses with the urine, etc., so destructive to mind and body. It is a sure eliminator of all Kid ney and Bladder complaints. It contains no injurious ingredients. To those suffering from the evil effects of youthful indiscre tions or excesses, a speedy, thorough and permanent cure is guaranteed. Price. per bottle, or live bottle in case, with full directions and advice. $.10. Sent secure from observation to any address npon receipt of price, or C. O. D. To be had only of lr. C. 1. Snlfield, 216 Kearney street, San Francisco, Califor nia. Consultations strictly confidential, by letter, or at office, free. For the convenience of patients, and in order to insure perfect secrecy. 1 have adopted a private address onder which a)l packages are forwarded. riMHAL BOTTLE FREE! SUFFICIENT L to show its merit, will be sent to any one applying by letter, stating his symptons and age. Communications strictly confidential. BUZ KEARNY ST SFIUl. ESTABLIRHKD 1R THE S"IKXTJFIC Sf'KKDT I'URfc of Chronic. Nervous, axjd Sl'TCC'IAL I IS CASES. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST, '- DR. ALLEN, AS IS WELL-KNOWN .IS a regular graduated Physician, -educated at, Bowdoin Collene and TIniverHitr of j Michigan. He has devoted a lifetime to.and acknowledged to be the most expert surgeon in his specialty on the Pacific Coast. YOUNG MEN And Middle Aged Men. who are suffering from the effects of Youthful Indiscretions or excessies in matnrer years. Nervous and Physical Disability. Impotency, Lost Man hood, confusion of ideas, dull eyes, aversion to society.de pondency, pimples on the face, loss of energy and memory, frequency of uri nating, etc Remember that by a combina tion of vegetable remedies of great curativu . power, the Doctor has so arranged his treat ment that it will not only afford immediate relief but permanent cure. 31 V II OH PITA I. EXPERIENCE (Having been surgeon in charge of two lead ing hospitals) enables me to treat all private troubles with excellent results. I wish it distinctly understood that I do not claim to perform impossibilities, or to have miracu lous or super-natural power. I claim only to be a skillful and successful physician and Surgeon, thoroughly informed in my spe cialty DISEASES OF 3TAX. All applying to me will receive my honest opinion of their complaints no experiment ing. I will guarantee a positive cure in every case I undertake, or forfeit $1,000. Consultation in office or by letter fbee and strictly private. Charges moderate. Thor ough examination, including chemical and microscopical analysis of urine, and advice, 5.00. Office hours, 9 to 2 daily, 6 to S even ings; Sunday, 9 to 12 only. Call or add res I K . A li I E X, 26V Kearny street, Sau Francisco, Col. P. 8. I have a vegetable compound. the result of many years of special practice and hard study, which under my special ad vice.has never failed ofsuecress in the care of tiotit JUai.hood. Fi'Ohtatorrlira, etc. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never failing cure for nervous Debility. Exhausted Vitality. Seminal Weaknessi Spurma torrhoae, Lost Man hood, Impotency, Paralysis, and all l he terrible effectsof selNabuse. youthful follies and excesses in mature years loss of memo- ry, .Lassitude. Nocturnal Emissions, evasion to society, dimness-of vision, noises in the head, the vital nuin passing away nnobserveu in the nriue. and many other diseases that lead to insanity and death. Dr. Mintie. who is a rrgular graduated physician, will agree to forfeit $500 for a case of this kind, the Vital Restorative (under hie special advice and treatment) will not cure, or for anything impure or injurious found in it- Dr. Mintie treats all Private Diseases successfully, without mercury. Consultation free. A thorough examination and advice, including analysis of the urine. 5. Price of Vital Restorative $1.50 per bottle, or four bottles, ,5: sent to any address on receipt of price, or C. O. D., secure from observa tion, and in private name, if desired, by A. K. .11 in lie. M. IK. No 11 Kearney street, Snn Francisco, Cal. Sample Bottle Free will be sent to any one applying by letter, stating symptoms,; sex and age. Strict seerecy in regard to business transactions. Dr. Mintie's Kidney Remedy Nenhretieura cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder comr plaints. Gonorrhea, Gleet. Loncorrhoav For sale by all druggists: $1 a bottle, six bottles for 5. Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Pills are the best and cheapest Dyspepsia and Bill ous cure in the market, lor sale by all druggists 9100 REWARD, Tbe above reward will be naid for the oV toction and conviction of any person or per sons caught stealing or killing any cattle of the above brand. H. R. BARRY, Parties having stock cattle for sale will find a purchaser by applying to fi. B BARRY. aXxxzr, A. T.. July 20, 1883..