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THE CLIFTON CLARION.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1885. i TEKKITOniAI. AID tiEXEBAL. - The Yam a lemon and orange r rop will soon be ready for the market These fruits excel in - ex cellence those raised is other parts cf the world. The Americans owning the Las Ornces Mines jn Chihuahua have become Mexican citizens in order to have their properties protected from the petty Mexican officials. Cbarl Dobbe, an inmate of the prison at Yuma recently while , sawing wood, got his hand too near the buzz saw and had it badly lacerated. He will lose two of his fingers. Deputy Sheriff Comstock, of El Paso, was in Yuma 'last week awaiting the arrival of a requisi tion for Joe El, a fugitive from justice, who is now in our county jail. Sentinel. The Stockman estimates that the cost of shipping cattle from the Territory to Kansas City, and stock-yard and commission fees there, will amount to about one cent per pound. Blood will tell. In the Chicago market last month, improved stock from a western range, were sold at S67 per head. The 6ame day ordinary range steers Bold for $37 per head. We need not draw the moral. Texas Stockman. The Sonora Railway, which is a branch of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, is putting up cattle cor rals at Huachuca station, near the western line of this county, for the convenience of cattle shippers in that region. Stockman. . Last week the price of beef cat tle went lower than has been noted for years in the St Louis market A corresponding circumstance was also noticeable in the export beef trade with England, American dressed beef being quoted in Liv pool at 11 J cents, the lowest price ever quoted since the shipments began. A private letter from Prescott announces that there is little hope now, entertained of the construc tion of the branch railroad to that place, which has been so long hoped for by the good people of the capital city. The people of the Territory generally will regret to hear that this improvement is not to be at once consummated. The Sentinel says that Peter Doll, an old Yuma pioneer, who had held every office of honor and trust in Yuma county, passed over the river to that unknown shore, at San Francisco, on the 22d ult Mr. Doll was one of the oldest Eettlers of Yuma county, and his death will be regretted by his brother pioneers of Yuma. About November 18th (to-day) the people of San Diego, Califor nia, will have a grand celebration over the opening of the throu railway line of the Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe system to the Pacific ocen. The completion of this fourth great highway between oceans in the United States is an event of great importance, not odIv to San Diego and California, but to the whole western country. The citizens of San Diego have been looking forward to this event for a long while and have made great preparations for celebrating it in a worthy manner. Ex. To make green blinds that are faded look like new, brush them ocr with linseed oil. Black orna ments may be mended with snellac. Smoking the joint renders it black. If the brass top of a paraffins lamp has come off, it may be re paired with plaster of Paris wet with a little water, and it will be as strong as ever. Tonga meat may be made as tender as any by the addition of a little vinegar to the water when it is put on to boiL Fish may be scaled morn easily if thpj.el for an instant in boiling water, or if they are slightly ppnnkled with salt A Tombstone paper tbus des cribes a new racket that was play ed in that enterprising city lately: "This afternoon an individual stepped into the store of It. P. Mansfield, on Fifth street and in quired whether they kept whiskey for sale, and upon being answered in the affirmative, asked to be shown some samples of the whis kies on hand, as he did not wish to purchase any but the best Mr. Mansfield then went into the cel lar and returned with five glasses containing samples of different brands which the would-be pnr chnser drank down one after an other as quickly as he could, and then turning to the astonished MansGeld, bade him good day and walked out of the store. Rnss says he will fix the next man who wants to sample his whiskey We can't say how that racket would go down in Clifton, but we would remark incidentally that traveling on foot in the mountains hereabouts is exceedingly tough. Different Kinds of 3X!nln;. "No: no hoisting works: not if I know it Yon can fool away a good deal of good, hard coin on hoisting works." "How in thun der do yon run your mine!" "On the assessment plan, sir. That's the latest and most approved method. When we have a good map of the lower workings we don't need any works to speak of. I keep a man in Virginia at G0 a month to superintend the loca tion and write weekly my let ters, and I stay in San Francis co, in my office on Pine street and levy the assessments every 6ixty days; that's as often as the law al lows. I am President Board of Trustees, Secretary, Treasurer, and everything more especially the Treasnrer. Of course I draw sal ary for all the offices, and when get through drawing salaries turn the rest over to the agent in Virginia to pay off the hands; he saves enough to pay himself. This is what I call scientific mining, sir. You get the silver out of the pockets of the stockholders and leave the vast argentiferous and anriferous deposits in yonr claim for your children, who can go right ahead and develop the mine jost as soon as the public quit put ting up, which isn't at all likely to happen. As long as people are born in Nevada and California my mine will ruu like a chronometer clock." "But," said the Utah man, "my style of mining keeps lots of men at work" "So does mine," quoth the Golden Gate chap. "Thousands of men are working night and day to pay the assessments. It keeps the coontry as busy as a boehive," and the speaker sauntered to the telcpraph office to order assessment No. 36. The IHerhauic ot To-Day. Labor, to-day, is not what it was two generations ago; modern im provements have made workmen more of a machine than an intel ligent artisan. Instead of a long iipprenticeship and the mastery of a wnole "trade, one gets, in a short time, a proficiency in one ing, aud that is all he learns to di. The trnly skilled mechanic is becoming a rare bird. The fault is not alone in the present style of manufacturing; the workman him self is partially to blame. It is impossible to secure apprentices. The boy who wishes to learn a trade refuses the best chances of fered when not accompanied by wages far exceeding any possible value he can be to his employer. If, perchance, he engages to work, excesses in tobacco, liquor and similar vices so unnerve nim that hard work "hurts him," and his health is affected. He is indolent his leisure hours are occupied in any way but beneficially, and ev ery parade and excitement must find him a spectator. The ofler of a few more cents per week causes his abandonment of his place with out notice to his employer, and he grows up full of expensive habits, unfit to support or care for him self, to say nothing of marrying or rearing a family. The war made many tramp?,1 but the de generacy of our boys is making more.-Mining and Scientific Press. The employes of the Atlantic & Pacific have accepted the reduc tion of wagps. There is no doubt says an ex change, whatever but at least the shops of the Arizona & Sonora Railway Company will be removed from Gaaymas to Nogales, whether the offices of the Company will be so removed or not. W. P. Shinn, of Pittsburg, with whom I was talking lately about the City of Smoke, said that it would grow in population and im portance in the next ten years more than it had grown in the for ty years just passed. When I asked for the reason of his belief he replied: "Natural gas will do it We use it now for making steam, for cooking, for heating, for puddling, and nearly all the manufactures. It is not used in the blast furnaces, but that is the only place where it cannot be util ized. There were two companies in Pittsburg which had charters to lay pipes in the streets for the dis tribution of this fas. Dr. Hostet ter controlled one, end George Westinghonse, the air brake man, the other. They consolidated their interests a short time ago. The gas is found in tho same general region as petroleum oil, except that where there is lots of tho gas there is very little oil. They dig a well and then drive pipes down until they tap tho gas. It comes up naturally after that in a seemingly inexhaustible supply. It exists all abont Pittsburg to the north and northeast There is some of it right in l-'ittsbnrg. Uue ot the Westinghonse wells is within 100 feet of my house. I could get my own gas by rnnning a pipe down, but it would be too expensive.' I haven't a stove in my house, but cook, heat and light with this nat ura! gas supply." Gath. Copper .Hatte. Bolivia is now to be reckoned among copper producers. The copper mines of Portugal yield nearly 3,000 tons per annum. Arizona and Montana threattn to eclipse the fabulous copper mines of Lake Superior. The mines of Norway and Sweden make up between thorn nearly 3,400 tons of copper a year. The New Qnebrada mine of Yen ezuela contributed last year to the copper supply of the world no less than 4,600 tons. In tho Lake Superior group there are only ten copper mines which havo an output of more than 1,000,000 pounds per annum. In 1883 the total production of copper in the United States was 113,000,000 pounds, and the home consumption was only 80,000,000 pounds. The United States has more than doubled its production in three years, and in five years has very nearly trebled it, its aggregate in 1S79 having been only 23,350 tons. There are at least a dozen coun tries which produce more than 1,- 000 tons of copper per annum. At the head of the list stands the United States, with an aggregate for 1S84 of 65,950 tons. In 1SS2 there had been raised in the united States ,uuu,UW pounds of fine copper, while the home consumption was only 77,- 000,000 pounds, and the export less than 4,000,000 pounds, leaving 7,000,000 pounds surplus for the year. Chicago Mining Review. F. E. McGINNESS, Post Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz. Keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of Gents' Furnishing Good? Dry Goods & Groceries Finest brands of "7"ines and Cisrars Both Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Snpplies a Specialty. Post Office ad oining the store. HAHEY MARSHALL Lordsbnrc Xtw Mexico, AGENT FOR . Schlitz'8 Milwaukee Be!1,"? Wholesale liquor Dea'r n f gSU II J v.H I-i V vA tf 5 -WAnj GO Iff h Ph Mm H r .');&, (Jl . 2 Mmmkr, Li LOCIS VOEI-iCKEL, I THOS. J. NEESE, iioiomonviiilo, I Fort Thomas. Mease k Voelckel, Fort Thomas, Ariz., LND-- Solomonville, Ariz. -DEALERS IS - Gener'l Merchandise Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Sugar, . Rice,V -.f Y; Pastes, i Sauces, . Pickles, Provisions, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bran, Wheat Corn, Bark', Baled . Hay, Liquors, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Beers, . Gin, Rum, . , Ale, Porter, Our Prices Are Low ! Our Stock is Uewl Call and be convinced of this fact. Solomon, ., Wickersham & Company TETISTOX, Cochise Co. A. T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to onr rnrft promptly for voiiled to Fort Bowie. Hulomonville. 8af ford. Smithville, Fort Thomas, Ban Carlos and Globe. We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting pf Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Oro crie&. Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tohacco & Cigars. Oar stock of Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Etc., is purchased from the manufacturers, and is selected with a knowledge of the wants of purchasers. Asents Anheuser Beer and F'ish Bros. Wagons. WOEES & WHIT2IEY Assayers and Metallurgists A3Sir OFFICI AND LABOBATOBT. 106 CAMP ST. TUCSON, A. T, Gold and Silver Assay $1 00 Copper Assay 100 Lena Assay 1 00 bpeciul rates for other metals, bullion, etc, Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail. Ore smelted in any qnantity. Assaying taught- Mines examined anu reported on. References. Tucson: L. Zeckendorf & Co.. merchants: B. H. Hereford. Ban Francisco: J. M. BnffinRton. Secre tary Union Con. Mining Company; H. W, Walker Uoluen btate ijaooratorv. A T. & S. F. R. R. THE GREAT HIGHWAY FBOH Arizona fo the East. Makes close connection at Albnqnerqno with the ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R TO KANSAS CITY And all Points in the East. Trains from Deming, X. M., connect at Kansas City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK And all Eastern Cities. mHE ROAD PASSES OVER A MAG X. niheent stretch ot mountain and plain. Is thoroughly ballanted, and equipped with the beft roLhiur stock of modern times. Every attention is paid io the comfort of passengers, maktnsr it the most desirable route between the East and West. Trains run orer the Sonora road from BENSON, ARIZONA, Through to HERMOSILLO and GUAYMAS, Furnishinc Tncson antt othnr cities easy access to tlie gi-oat traUe of Mexico, which is now opening op its vutt treasures to the world. W. F. WHITE, Gen. Pass, and Tick. Agent, Board SB per Week SINGLE HEALS, 35 CENTS ....AT THE.... OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT, 3IAI.X ST CUVTOS CHaxley Lea olte, Proprietor. Open Day and Night. THE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kinds of Wild GaUie Served in any style desired. E. L. WETRHORE ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST 221 Pennington Street, TOCSOS, A.T. Gold and Silver Assays $1. Ores sampled and actual working tests made Dy any process. Assaying done in all its branches. Analysis of ores, minerals, etc. Examination of Mining Properties and of Mills a specialty. Orders from the interior DromDtlv attended to. Assaying taught practically and theoret ically. Bowie Station And Camp Thomas Norton & Stewart, Prop's. A DAILY LINE OF STAGES Will be rnn between the above points, con necting at boiomonvine mh stage line for Clifton and Cpper 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 50 From Bowie Station to Globe 20 00 Duncan h Carlisle J. L. T. WATTERS, PROPRIETOR OF THE U. S. Mail Stage AXD Express Line BETWEEN Duncan & Carlisle Leaves Carlisle daily at 7:30 A. M., except Sundays, and returns same day on arrival of Trains at Duncan. BEST accommodations for passengers. SHELDON AND SOLOMONVILLE Stag-e Line, C. A. FAIR, Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Clifton and Lordslnrs ....TO.... Solomonville and Settle ments on the Gila. Leaves Sheldon, Tnesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Fare. ..... . SS Morenci and Clifton Stage & Express Line Carrvinsr U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stages carrying Passengers and Express Leave post office at Morenci 6:30 a. m. Leave Clifton 4 p. ni. DR. LIEBIG Dispensary, Cor. Geary & Mason Sta Thft College fastitnte lor the core of all Special, com plicated and so-called In curable Chronic Diseases. r Ijiebig'g German Invigorator is positive ly guaranteed to cure Ner vous and Physical Dehilitv. Weakness. Lost Manhood, Loss of Energy, Ringing and Dizziness in the head, melancholy, hopelees feel ings, and all the results of youthful imprudence and excesses of mature years. The Doctor is a regular college physician, and will agree to forfeit S1U00 for a case the Invigorator will not euro 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 PKOSTATOKRHEA, which requires peculiar treatment. Liebig's Invigorator No. 2 is a positive cure for prostatorrhea. Price for either of the Invigorators $2.00 per bottle; six for $10. Sent to any addresB on receipt of price, or 0. . D. Responsible persons pay when cared. Strictest secrecv maintained. Patienis cured at home. Liebig's Dispensary runs an ele gant drag store in the building. Consulta tion, personally or by letter, free. Ordinary Cases Any recent case of spe cial or private diseases cured for 10. Kerne, dies sufficient to care will be promptly sent, with full direction and advice on receipt of f 17. All packages are securely covered from observation. INVIGORATOR SAMPLES FREE. Call or address Dr. LIEBIG & CO., 400 Geary street. Private entro&ce, 405 Mason street, San Francisco. Dr. Liebig's Magnetic Healers or Self-mag-netizers, the greatest curative invention of the age. Every man or woman can now be their own magnetic healer. No man re Quired on the end of the healer, coubo qnently no big fees to pay the Hand Rubber. Price $5.00 complete, bold only at the Dr. Liebig Dispensary. THIS GREAT Strengthening Remedy, and Nerve tonic is the legitimate result of over 20 years of practical experi ence, and cures with uuf ailing certainty nervou and physical de bility. Seminal Weakness, Sper matorrhea and huusieu luaiiy, tf teniature Decline and Losb of Manhood, in all its complications, and 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 npon 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 tions or excesses, a speedy, thorough and permanent cure is guaranteea. .rrice. 2.au per bottle, or live bottles in case, with full directions and advice, $10. Sent secure from observation to any address upon receipt of price, or C. O. D. To be had only of Ir. C. 1). Sa! field. 216 Kearney street, San Francisco, Califor nia. Consultations strictly conhnential. 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. riliilAL WiXUi JDKEli! SUFFICIENT 1 to show its merit, will he sent to anv rm. aDDlyins by letter, statine his svmntmm &nrl age. Communications strictly confidential. U2 KEARNY SI SFCu. Established tortek Sci knt tfic a Spexdt Cuhr of Chronic, Nervocs akd Special Ijiseasks. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST, DR. ALLEN, AS IS WELL-KNOWN ,13 a regular graduated Physician, educa ted at Bowdoin College and .University of Michigan. He has devoted a lifetiTnflt anrl acknowledged to be the most expert surgeon in his specialty on the Pacific Coast. y o u :v MKX 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, dull eyes, aversion to society,de!?pondency, pimples on the facet 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 sareeon in charne 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 ana Bursreon. thorouirhlv informed in mv rt fa cial ty All applying to me will receive mv honest opinion of their complaints no experiment ing, l wm 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, S) to 2 daily, 6 to 8 even ings; bunday, 8 to 12 only. Call or address DR. ALLKX. 26 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cal. P. S. I have a Yearetable comnonnd. tbe result of many years of special practice anu naru study, wnicn under my special ad vice, has never failed of success in the cure of JLost JUanliood, Prostatorrhea, etc. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY T3 Is a never failing glcure for Nervous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Seminal Wea knees, Spurma- torrhoae, Lost Man hood, lmpotency. Paralysis, and all the terrible eff ectsof self-abuse, youthful follies and excesses m mature yeara loss of memo ry. Lassitude, Nocturnal Emissions, evasion to society, dimness of vision, noises in tho head, the vital fluid nassine awav unobserved in the urine, 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 hia 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. E. Mintie. 51. IK, No. 11 Kearney street. San Francisco, CnL Sample Bottle Free will be sent to any onft applying by letter, stating symptoms sex and age. Stric. teeerecy in regard to business transactions, j Dr. Mintie's Kidney Remedy Nephreticum cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder com plaints. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Loucorrhose. For sale by all druggists: $1 a bottle, six bottles for $5. Dr. Mintie s Dandelion Pills are the best and cheaperDyspepsia and Bill ous cure in the market For sale by all druggists. l tl'l The above reward will be paid for the de tection and conviction of any person or per sons caught stealing or killing any cattle of the above brand. , il. 11. BAKHY, f ' t..- v ; .. ... i- r .nu ;i nida purchaser by applying to mm fit $3 6 Topeka, Kannn. . 'v- - .. . h , v-Vi .,".? ';.'"-. v ' T '. .. . - -'- .... i v.''') " 8. y(. POMEBOT, TV. uaxct. A. T.. Jnly 20. 1KB. "m : - v