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THE CLIFTON CLARION.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 28, 1885. TERRITORIAL TOPICS. Yavapai supervisors filed the taxes at $3,20 npon each $100 val uation. Win. Garland, of St. Johns, Apache county, is in Texas, elo ping a sale of 6,000 stock cattle for Lis range. It is claimed that the Silver King mine in this Territory has paid $1,500,000 in dividends since 187D. According to the assessment roll there are nearly forty thous and head of cattle in Pinal connty at present, a very large increase over last yoar. The Globe Silver Belt tells of a rain and wind storm that flooded its section and damaged property. Storm extended into Tonto Basin. We surmise that the East Terde election precinct frauds are to be investigated by the Grand Jury. Witnesses are being summoned to Prescott, it is rumored, for that purpose. Champion. Samuel Brown, of Apache coun ty, who was here a few days since with a flock of sheep, reports that Lieutenant Gatewood demanded ' and received of him toll fcr allow ing them to cross the White Moun tain reservation. Silver Belt. R. H. Moss, on yesterday sold lis interest in the liquor store at Quijoto, to Chas. Driscoll, who will in the future control the en tire business. After closing the sale Mr. Moss left for San Fran cisco where he contemplates loca ting. Star. Large numbers of Arizona cat tle have this week passed through New Mexico on the way to Kansas City, where they are to be market ed. Nearly every shipment from that Territory shows evidence of the use of high grado sires in the herds. Arizona cattlemen are progressive and practical. New Mexico Stock Grower. It is reported that J udge Key mert has struck it richer than ev er, in one of his claims adjoining the Africa, on the same ledge at Willow Springs near Pinal. The ore now being taken out is said to be almost half silver. It is also Eaid that Mr. Reyraert has decided on $400,000 as the price which he will accept for his property. Star. The Prescott Courier says that the miners of Yavapai and Mo have counties are turning out and shipping more gold and silver than the miners of all the other counties in Arizona. And yet they are not "stuck up," and are scarcely aware of the fact that they are the pioneers in the rich est mining districts in the world, We have seen no mention made of the U. S. Marshal having in custody the Indian, Dntchy, who was indicted by a U. S. grand jury for the murder of a Mormon near San Carlos, and, therefore, we presume he is Btill in the keepiug of the military at Fort Bowie. It is quite time he was in custody of the Marshal where he properly belongs. Shiver Belt. The efforts of Rev. D. W. Cal fee in converting sinners living on the San Pedro, resulted in awake ning a fear of judgment day in about twenty, who had hitherto taken no interest in the way of salvation. In October he will talk to the benighted brethren of Flor ence whose religion is at zero, and endeavor to create in them a de sire to lead religious lives. Silver Belt In the superior court of San Francisco, Delavan Hoag has brought suit against the Benson Mining and Smelting Company, Monroe Salisbury, Henry H. Scott and others, to recover 1,750,000, the alleged value of tbe tailings from the Vulture mill, which the plaintiff charges the defendants with having wrongfully appropri ated to their own use. The town of Globe is about to experience a revival of life and activity through its mining re sources. The Dominion Copper Company have posted notices that on and after Monday, August 17, they will pay $3,25 to miners, shovelers. wheelers and furnace men; and 2,80 to surfacemen and laborers. This means a re sumption of work on this great property. Col. E. L. Hale, of Junction City.Kansas, will in all probiibili ty be tbe successful applicant for the Surveyor Generalship of Ari zona. This is now generally un derstood in official circles at Wash ington. He was promised New Mexico, but J ulian asked for it and won. It is stated that he asked for Arizona and the Secreta ry of the Interior has indorsed his application. The appointment j will be made some time during the next two months. This much ' has been settled upon. Star. Mohave county taxes this year will be 3.33 on each 100 valua tion. The San Simon Cattle Company have placed about 7000 head of animals in the San Simon valley during the past season. The Tucson Star says the offi cials of Tombstone are quarreling among themselves and makin very nnlady like remarks about each other. The Exposition, at Phenix this fall will attract great interest throughout the Territory. We hope Pima county will be rep resented. Citizen. Mr. Barry will put up a thirty ton smelter at Cerbat, and we un derstand he will reduce ore at the low prico of twelve dollars a ton Should this smelter make a sue cess it will bo a blessing to this portion of the county. Dick Martell, editor of the No- gales Frontier, who gave General Carbo of the Mexican army 6uch a stirring up concerning his con duct in connection with the Yaqni war, and whom Carbo has threat ened to bang or suoot 11 no ever caught him in Sonora, has gone to Guymas, where the dongty Gen eral lives, having left Nogales on Monday last A communication has been re ceived by a gentleman of Tucson from Spencer F. Baird, United States Fish Commissioner, dated Washington, Aug. 2d, in which the writer states that a large supply of breeding carp will arrive during the winter for Arizona; that this time the fish will be sent by the Southern Pacific, and that the dis tributing car will come directly to Tucson. A Prescott special to the Tucson Star says: "Prescott and vicinity are to-day excited over a remark able strike of native and horn sil ver in Turkey creek District, nine teen miles south of here. Many hundred pounds of horn silver were found on the surface and ore from a ten foot vein, which assays several thousand dollars. One mile and a half from the original discovery large quantities of na tive and horn silver were also found." I A gentleman just from a visit to the Whito Mountain Indians, states that they have about two thousand acres under cultivation on the reservation ; that the crops are abundant; the barley and corn will yield them a large income. The Chricahuas have about three hundred acres under cultivation of which about two hundred acres are in barley and the balance in corn and beans. He says that the yield to these stay at home Indi ans will be enormous. Arizona has this season forfeited her claims to exemption from sun stroke, and quite a number of un mistakable cases attest this fact This radical departure from one of the proudest tenets of our su perior climatic advantages is at tributed to the unusual humidity of the atmosphere, productive of extreme sultriness. During the hottest summer days, with a dry, clear atmosphere, very little dis comfort is occasioned by the high temperature. Citizen. Xattjiul Bridge ij? Arizosia. Frederick Gardiner, a correspond ent of Science, furnishes that journal with a description and photograph of an interesting nat ural curiosity, which he recently discovered in Arizona, in the form of a natural bridge. He was guided to it by an Indian, and thinks it was never before seen by a whito man. The bridge is loca ted near the boundary between Arizona and New Mexico, and about 20 miles from the point where the Atlantic and Pacific railroad crosses the line the ac count does not say whether it is north or south of the railroad. Xlie bruise tortus a section ot a ridge, which is here cut through by a small stream, like the well- known Virginia bridge. The sec tion cut through is of dark red sandstone overlaid with grit, of which latter material the bridge is composed. The bridge is sixty- five feet long, fifteen feet wide at its narrowest point; two feet thick in tbe center, gradually in creasing to fifteen at the side. Tae height above tbe bed of the stream is not given, but by the photographic engraving given in the Science, which shows the ex plorer's horse standing beneath it, we should judge the height to bo about 20 feet A petrified forest was found a short distance from tbe bridge. The locality, when better known, will undoubtedly be much visited by tourists. We trust that our cotemporary will give more accurate directions as to its locality, so that it may be read ily found by travelers and others. A train load of twenty-two cars, containing 500 head of fat cattle, was recently shipped by Fisher & Day, the Gebhart Cattle Com- Jpanrand the Hart Bros, -of tbe southern part of this county, to the Kansas City market Hart Bros, shipped 104 3-year-olds which averaged 1040 pounds, and brought 3.80, which was 10 cents more than any other grass fed cattle brought in the market that day. This shipment was made for the purpose of ascertaining just what could be done with New Mexico cattle on the eastern market and the stockmen are well satisfied with the result They speak in high terms of the manner in which they were treated by the Kansas City people. This shipment is of considerable importance to the stockmen of southern New Mexico, as it dom onstrates tbe tact tbat our grass- fed cattle can find a ready market in the Ecst and at handsome profits to the producers. Silver City Enterprise. Three-fonrths of the standard silver dollars are in circulation. An artesian well at a desert sta tion in Kern county, California, has been completed, which gives a flow of 1,570,000 gallons in twen ty-four hours, and the water rises eleven and a half inches above the pipe. The cost was only 700. A silver dollar weighs very near ly an ounce. Hence any letter not heavier than a dollar can go for a single two-cent stamp. A silver five cent piece added will give the ounce. If you have not the silver dollar, five nickels and a small Copper cent will give the ounce. President Cleveland has issued a proclamation ordering tbe re moval of all unauthorized fences inclosing public lands, and all persons or corporations are warn ed not to prevent or obstruct by means of such enclosures or by threats or intimidation any person entitled thereto from entering up on such lands for purposes of set tlement Waiting wife Why, Henry, how strange you look and act What in the world is the matter? Early husband (angrily) Noth ing's the matter with me. W. Wife But there must be. Have you been drinking absinthe? Early Husband Haven't been drinking anything. I'm perfectly sober. W. Wife (much relieved) Ah! that's it I thought there was something very unusual about your looks and actions. Philadel phia CalL The parting was sad, the tears were bitter. Hide, sun, thy kind ly face, and gather ye storm's blackest, inky scroll! Tenderly kiss the pale, wan cheeks; brush back the damp, clinging, auburn locks from the pale, high brow which a fond mother's lips have kissed since infancy. Speak the last, sad parting word, the words which make us linger on their echoes. Say good bye for aye dress tbe cold hand and watch the slow, retreating form which fades away forever. He is going to play first base ball match. Five months ago or thereabout. the grandest legislative body known closed its session at the City Hall. Some of the crudest laws were passed at that session that were ever placed on the stat ute book. Now we find a court of justice occupying the same hall, trying to settle judicial questions and to interpret the true meaning of some of the meaningless bills introduced and passed by the in onous Thirteenth. Judge How ard holds the situation, but strange as it may appear, a little messenger in the shape of an eave swallow is in constant attendance and no doubt is an angel messen ger sent from an unknown source to assist in unraveling the myste rious laws which emanated from the minds of the thirty-six illus trious men last January and Feb ruary. Miner. Looking out of my window to day I saw a group of Texans go by, evidently seeing the sights and doing the exposition. Far from wearing the traditional som brero with a snake around it and a pair of ivory-handled six-shoot ers and the uneasy air of a man who hadn't killed anybody for a week, they were, on the contrary, a fashionably-dressed lot of quiet lockmg people, with several aw fully pretty girls in tbe party. The men had the peculiar bronzed complexion of men whose cheeks are tanned by grand prairie winds, and a brilliancy and steadiness of eye suggestive of Matnalukes, Arabs, swarthy southerners, and and all that sort of thing. Your genuine Texan always has tbe look of an old soldier in his eye. The fires are only smouldering, you observe. Beware how you project with him. Times Democrat Ex-Got. Curtin, of Penn., is re ported to hBTe asked the privilege of presenting Carlisle's name to the Democratic caucus for the next Speaker of the House of j'Representatirej. Solomon, Wickersham & Company TEYIST0N, Cochise Co. A. T FORWARDERS. Goods marked to our care promptly for warded to Fort Bowie. Solomonville. 8af- ford. Smithville, Fort Thomas, Son Carlos and Globe. We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions Hats, Boots and Shoes, Gro cries. Crockery, Hardware Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars t Onr stock of Lumber, Shingles, Doors. Etc.. is purchased from the manufacture, and is selected with a srnowieage ot tbe wants of purchasers. Aarmta Anhraser Beer and Fish Bros. Wauuns. ARIZONA COPPER CO'S ASSAY OFFICE West side ot river in Company's building. Assaying of Every Kind of Ores and Bullion. Fully Prepared for all kinds of Analytical "Work appertain ing to Metallurgy. CnAItCiKS FOB ASSAYIXG. Gold and Silver (Ore) $2.M Copper 2-50 I V Where there are two or more assays to he maue tor one person uio cuarge win do tor each one. Charges for all other work as low as is consistent with care and correctness. J. A. CRUM. Assayer and Motallnrgic Chemist. A., T. & S. F. R. R THE GREAT HIGHWAY FROM Arizona to the East, Makes close connection at Albuquerque with the ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R. TO KANSAS CITY And all Points in the East. Trains from Deming, N. M., connect at Kansas City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK And all Eastern Cities. FT1HE ROAD PASSES OVER A MAG- Is thoroughly ballasted, and equipped with 1 mncent stre'en or mountain ana main. the Dest rolling stocK pi mouern times. Every attention is Daid io the comfort of passengers, making it the most desirable route between toe iast ana ft est. Trains run over the Sonora road from BENSON, ARIZONA, Through to HERMOSILLO and GUAYMAS, Farnishinir Tocw? and other cities easy access to the great trad of Mexico, which is now opening up its T&Mt treasures to the world. W. F. WHITE, Gen. Pass, and Tick. Agent, Topeka, Kansas. HENRY HARRIS Lordaburs N. M, Comission Merchant THE ONLY JOBBER IN Pride of Denver Flour ....AND.... Colorado Potatoes, Correspondence with the trade solicited. F. E. McGINNESS Post Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz." Keeps constantly on hand a fins assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods Dry Goods & Groceries Finest brands of "S7s7"ines and Oigrars Both Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty Post Office adjoinin the store. HARRY MARSHALL Lordaburg : : t Kew Mexico. "molesale Liquor Dealer ! Straight Kentucky "W HISZIES A Specialty. CALIFORNIA WIXES IMPORTED CIGAR S. Correspondence with the trade solicited CLASSEN BROS., LORDSBITRG X. M Dealers in General Merchandise California Produce a Specialty Branch store at Shakespeare, N. M. SQUARE DEALING SHOE SHOP, MAIN STREET CLIFTON. 2en.'s Boots ....AND.... Women's Fine Shoes Made in the latest Eastern styles. Sewed "Worlc a. Specialty. Repairing neatly and promptly done. W. C. BLANK, Proprietor. CAMP THOMAS, A. T MRS. LODISA C. RDPffl Proprietress. Single Meals SO Ctn. Lodgings SO " Special Rates to Permanent Boarders ! VW All Stages Abbitk ah d Depart fsoh this House. First-Class Lodgings I Mam House! Board $6 per Week SINGLE MEALS, 35 CENTS ....AT THE.... OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT, MAIS 1ST CLIFTOX CHarlesr Lee Xollr, Proprietor. Open Day and Night. THE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kinds of Wild Game Served in any style desired. GLOBE AND CAMP THOMAS LINE, Thos. B. Graham, Manager. A TWO-SEATED RUCKBOABD Will be, hereafter, regularly ran between the above points; leaving Globe every Monday, Wednesday and Fridav. and rmn Thnmia every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, con necting ai me latter place with Morton dt piewan s star line to .Howie Station and FARE: From Globe to Tamp Thomas $12 50 From Globe to Bowie Station 20 00 Bowie Station And Camp Thomas STAGE LI3STE, Norton & Stewart, Prop's. A DAILY LINE OF STAGES Win be ran between the above points, con necting at Solomonville with stage line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad, and at Camp Thomas with stagelline to and from Globe. FARE: From Bowie Station to Pamn Thomaji12 50 From Bowie Station to Globe 20 00 Duncan and Carlisle Trl- Weekly STAGE LINE. Four-Horse C:ncord Coaches Leave Duncan Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, after arrival of trains, and return on alternate days. Fire Either Way, S3. PARKS BROS., Pro's. SHELDON AND SOLOMONVILLE Stage Line, C. A. FAIR, Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Clifton and Lordslmrg ....TO.... Solomonville nnd Settle ments on the Gila. Leaves Sheldon, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Fare. S5 Morenci and Clifton Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stages carrying Passencers and Express Leave poet office at Morenci 6:30 a. m. Leave Clifton 4 p. m. HEKHY FOTLEr. Supt. DR. LIEBIG Dispensary, Cor. Geary ot- Mason SU The College institute for the cure of all Special, com' . plicated and so-called In' curable Chronic Diseases, Ir. 1iehis'H (German Invigorator is positive ly guaranteed to cure Ner vous and Physical Debility, Loss of Energy, Ringing and Dizziness in the head, melancholy, hopeless feel' ings, and ail the results of youthful imprudence and excesses of mature years. The Doctor is a regular college physician, and will ogree to forfeit SK1U0 for a case the Invigorator will not cure under special' treatment and advice. The reason so many can not get cured of Weakness and the above diseases is owing to a complication called PROSTATORRHKA, which reouires Doculiar treatment. Liebig's Invigorator No. S is a positive cure for proetatorrhea. Price for either of the Invigorators $2.00 per bottle: six for ?10 Bent to any address on receipt of price, or C O. D. Responsible persons pay when cured. Strictest secrecy maintained. Patients cured at home. Liebig's Dispensary runs an ele gant drug store in the building. Consult' tion. personally or by letter, free; Obdihaby Cases Any recent case of spe cial or private diseases cured for 10. Kerne dies sufficient to cure will be promptly sent, with full direction and advice on receipt of $17. All packages are securely covered iron observation. INVIGORATOR SAMPLES FREE, Call or address Dr. LIEBIG 4 CO., 400 Geary street. Private entrance, 405 Mason street, San Francisco. Dr. Liebig's Magnetic Healers or Self-mag-netizers, the greatest curative invention of the ago. Every man or woman can now be their own magnetic healer. No man re quired on the end of the healer, conse fluently no big fees to pay the Hand Rubber. Price $5.00 complete. Sold only at the Dr. Liebig Dispensary. THIS GREAT Strengthening Remedy, and Nerve tonic is the legitimate result of over 20 years of practical exieri ence, and cares with ( unfailing certainty nervou and physical de bility. Seminal Weakness, bpor matorrhea and Kmision, lmpotency,. Ex hausted Vitality, Premature Decline and Loss of Manhood, in all its complication, and from whatever cause produced. Enrich es and purifies the blood, strepthens thv Nerves, Muscles and Digestion. Reproduc tive Organs and Physical and Mental Facul ties. It steps any unnatural debilitating drain upon the system, 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- Ltions or excesses, a speedy, thorough and permanent, cure is gnarameea. f rice, $Z.oU per bottle, or rive bottles 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 r. C. 1. Salficld, 216 Kearney street, San Francisco, Califor nia. Consultations strictly connnentiaL by letter, or at office, free. For the convenience of patients, and in order to insure perfect secrecy. I have adopted a private address under which all packages are forwarded. rpRIAL BOTTLE FREE! SUFFICIENT X to show its merit, will be sent to any oner applying by letter, stating his symptons and age. Communications strictly confidential. 12 KEARNY S' S.F.&L. Establish kd for tiik Scientific Si-ekot Cltkk (F C'iiiioxic, NERVors ANI Si'Kcial Diseases. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST, DR. ALLEN, AS IS WELL-KNOWN, IS a recular ernduated Plivsinian. orlnra- ted at Bowdoin College and University of Michigan. He has devoted a lifetime to.and acknowledged to be the most expert surgeon in his specialty on the Pacific Coast. YOUNG 3IEN And Middle Aged Men, who are suffering from the effects of Youthful Indiscretions or excessies in maturer years. Nervous and Physical Disabilityt Impotency, Lost Man hood, confusion of ideas, duU eyes, aversion to society .despondency, 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 curative power, the Doctor has so arranged his treat- -ment that it will not only afford immediate' relief but permanent cure. MY HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE (Having been surceon in charee 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 ur perform impossibilities, or to h;ive mircu--lous or super-natural power. I claim only to be a skillful and Eucct-reful rhys.cian and Surgeon, thoroughly informed in m; ei-t- cialty All atmlyimr to me will receive mv honest opinion of their complaints no experiment ing. I will guarantee a positive cure ir every case I undertake, or forfeit $1,000. Consultation in office or by letter free 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 8 even ings; Sunday, 9 to 12 only. Call or addres DR. A L L E , 26 Kearny street, San Fraucisco, Cal. P. 8. I have a vegetable compound.. tbe result of many years of special practice and hard 6tudy, which under my special ad vice, has never t a ilea ot success in the cure ot liost 31 aii hood, Prostatorrhea, etc. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never failing cure for Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, b eminal Weakness Sonrma- torrhoae, Lost Man hood. Impotency Paralysis, and all the terrible effectsof self-abuse, youthful follies and excesses in mature years loss of m e m o - Ty, Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions, evasion to society, dimness of vision, noises in the head, the vital fluid passing away unobserved in the urine, and many other diseases that lead to insanity and death. jjr. iuintie. wno is a rrguiar graduated Dhvsician. will acree to forfeit S500 for a case of this kind, the Vital Restorative (under his 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 came, if desired, by A. E. Hint. p. 31. O., No. 11 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cal. bam pie Bottle Free will be sent to any one applying by lettr, stating symptomst sex and age. Strict secrecy in regard to business transactions. Dr. Mintie's Kidney Remedy Nephreticura cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder com plaints. fionorrhoR?, Gleet, Loucorrhoaa. F'or sale by all druggists: $1 a bottle, six bottles forS5. Dr. Mintie Dandelion Pills are the best and cheapest Dyspepsia and Bill ous cure in the market. For sale by all druggists. 8100 REAVARD, The above reward will be paid for tbe de tection and conviction-of any person or per sons cauxht stealing or killing any cattle of the above brand. H. K. BARRY, Parties having stock cattle for sale will find a purchaser by applying to H. B BARKY, Maizt. 4. T.. July 2C. 1883. Si