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THE CLIFTON CLAIM.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1SSG. Los Angeles, California, Las. twenty-eigbt churches. Prince Bismarck wauts to mnkp the selliujt of brandy a govern ment monopoly. The Paul-Shaw Slit-nfi' contest in Fitua county has been resumed, and will soon come before the District Court at Tncson. The Supreme Court of New Mexico has virtually decided thut the Governor has not the power : to remove territorial officials. ibo product of pisr-iron in Scotland during 1SS3, it is esti mated, will amount to 1,003,562 tons, and the stock now on hand is 381,995 tons. " It is a mystery to many people how a fragile young girl, who wears a 17-inch belt, can sit dowu to a Thauks'viag dinner and eat the larger part of a 16 pound tur key whose girth was 36 inches on the d.iy of his death. St. Fail Herald. One million and a half dollars' worth of dinmond-back terrapins are yearly taken out of the Chesa peake bay. The average price is $2.50 each. The demand bos so much increased, that a dealer in Baltimore whose sales amount to $100,000, says he could soil $500, 000 worth if obtainable. Pine wood-wori, brnshod two or throe times with a strong, boiling solution of logwood chips, and then varnished with a solution of shellac in alcohol, appears almost like mahogany, both in color and hardness. After the staining, it should have two coats of varnish ; then carefully sand-paper and vmlicih. nrw? rrivn it finnl milt of ' shellac varnish. A Cincinnati girl told her young - man she would never marry nim until he was worth 10,000. So he started out with a brave heart to make it "How are you getting on,Georgef she asked at the expiration of a conple of months. "Well,' said George, hopefully, ''I have saved 522." The girl dropped her eyelashes and blusbingly rem irk;nl reckon that's nearly enough, George. Wo are both of age, and a lioense will oalr cost 53 cents." Said a Dallas, Texas woman, to a female friend: "You shoul J m ike your husband quit chewing to bacco. If yon tell him to quit ho will give it up. I suppose." l'es, if I ask him to. but I am not going to ask him to quit chewing tobac co." uVhon he kisses you don't the taste of tobaoio in:ik- you Bickt" '-Yes, but I want" him to keep on chewing. Ha kisses three or four other women, and the tobacco makr9 them sicker than it does me, for I've got used to it al ready." Florence, the actor, tells the fol lowing concerning Morse: "lean remember," he said, '-years and years ago, going to a dinner down in Fourteenth street, given to Morse, the telegraph inventor. He was an elegant old gentleman, bnt when he got on his legs to talk he was awfully long-winded. I had a friend with me. We listen ed to Morse's speech, while he predicted great things for elec tricity. I remember that he pre dicted, too, that srme day men would be able to talk over the wires for distances of fifty milfs, and that every ship that left liar bor for an ocean voyage would be connected with the land by wires. "When he got that far my friend friend said, 'What rot,' and went out I have often remembered how foolish his talk sjuuet. d to me. Yet it has all been realized, except as regards ships at sea. I believe even that will come about Borne day." Electric Review. A novel method of removing a tight ring which has become con stricted around a swollen finder, or in any other similar situation, consists simply in enveloping the afflicted memtwr after the manner of a circular bandage, in a length of fiat india-rubber braid, such as ladies make use of to keep their hats on tbe top of their beads. This should be accurately applied, beginning not close to the rinp, but at the tip of the finger, leav ing no intervals between the suc cessive turns, so as "to exert its clastic force gradually and geully upon the tisanes underneath. When the binding is completed, the hand shonld be held a!oft in n vertical position, and in a few minutes the swelling will be per ceptibly diminished. Tbe braid is then taken off and imniediatoly re Bpplied in the same manner, when, after tbe lapse of another five minutes, the finger, if again rapidly uncovered, will be small enough for the ring to be removed A writer in the Medical and Surgical Reporter declares that no scientific analysis has yet tic counted satisfactorily for tbe deep seated physiological process re sulting in the change of the hair to gray, especially in view of the fact that many persons begin to show gray hairs while yet in their twenties, and some while ia their teens, and which, therefore, can not by any means argue a prema ture decay of the constitution, and must e considered purely a local phenomenon and may co exist with unusual bodily vigor. Again, many feeble persons, and others who have suffered extremely, both mentally and physically, do not blanch a hair until past middle life, while others, without assign able cause, lose their capillary coloring matter rapidly when about 40 years of age. Singularly enough. Dr. Orbigny says that, in tho many years ho spent in South America, he never saw a bald In dian, and scarcely ever a grny haired one. In our own laud the hnir and board of men rarely change equally, bnt there seems no general rule . as to which whitens first Brushes or combs used on the heads of persons ofilieted with scaly baldness will commnnica the disease to other heads, and Dr O. Lassar considers that baldness is spread by hair dressers who employ combs and brushes on their customers, one after another, without any regular cleansing of these articles after they are used Hairs which fell from heads in which dandruff occurred plenti fully were collected and rubbed with vaseline. The ointment thus made was applied to the fur of rabbits or white mice. Soon bald ness made rapid progress in the parts so treated. Vaseline ulone pwxluced no effect Exchange. The irritation from red flannel underclothing is not caused by the dye, as many suppose, but by the coarseness of the wool fiber of the goods. A belief is also very com mon that red flauucl has some special value because of its color, but tbe belief is without fotmd-t tion, and any other color of Hinne! is of the same quality is equally efficacious. The red flannel se lected is often, and perhaps gen erally, thick aud heavy in texinre, and consequently causes an irrita tion of the skin, for which the dyo-stuH is by no means responsi ble. A softer flanuel, or one made softer by wearing or washing, is what you need. It is said that gardeners, some times when they would bring a rose to richer flowerings, deprive it for a season of light and moisture. Silent and dark it 6tands, drop ping one faded leaf after another, and seemiug to go down patiently to death. But when every leaf is dropped, and the plant stands stripped to the uMermost, a new life is even then working in the buds, from which shall spring a tender foliage aud a brighter wealth of flowers. So, often celes tial uardenings. every leaf of early jy must drop, before a new aud divine bloom visits the buuL Harriet Beecher Stowe. A company has been formed in New York city for securing pure milk by a new process. Fresh iniik, made in localities where feed is cheap, is canned, bottled and corked when first drawn from the cow, and immediately heated in water or steam both being under the pressure of the utwospliere. It is theu cooled, after which il may be kept a year without Buy chauge. Heating destroys all jerius, and bottling prevents nil connection with the outside air. Should this new method prove successful, it will work a revolu tion in the milk business in t'u-3 country. Mrs. Parvenu Atji iihed. "Gra cious me," said old Mrs. Parvenu, How much do these Eugiish busi ness men weigh, anyhow?" 'Why, mamma," replied her daughter, "l guess tuey dou't weigh any more than Americans, do they?" Yes they do, too!" "What makes you think sol" "Well. I saw in the paper to-day that ono of them failed last week and lost 40,000 pounds. No wonder J failed. I should tliiuk be would lose his health entirely, and lw a liviug skeleton. Aljrchjut Traveler. Land Commissioner Sparks hns made a dfcisiuu affecting the rnnt of lands within the con d ctiug limits of the Atlantic & Pacific and branch hue of the Southern Pacific railroads in Cali fornia, holding that the latter company has no legal claim to Linds embraced within the indem nity belt of the former. Tae de cision nflects the odd numbered sections within an area of 800 sqnare milpn, or 250,000 acres rt land. Order1 of Adjudication, Etc. IN.TTTE DISTRICT COURT OF THE r'inu Judicial DiHtricr of th Territory uf Arizona, iu and fur the County uf Graham. la tie mittcr of CALVIN A. FAIR. An Insolvent Debtor. ovomberTorni. IS 5. J OF. DEIi OF COURT. Calvin A. Fair having 6hd in thi" Court hi K:itioti, si'hed'di a :d inventory in Insolvency, hy w!ii!i it apiars that he is an iuo vr.t debtor, the li 1 f:ilvin A. Fair ia hereby ibt -lir"tl to i:is.-lv.. jU Th i-heriflf of tin t'o-.mty of Graham, Arizen i Territory, is h?r.by direcrod t t Ao piwessi n of nil tho i-tiito. rv.il and per sonal, of the kiM nlvin A. Fair, dfbtir, except s.ich as may be hy law exempt from execution and of his di-ed, vo.it'h:-rH. book of account ami impoi-H, and kwp tho same aafoly until the aptointino"t of in assignee of hi fftH e. All irnons are forhidflon io Iny n:ty d-bt- to said insolvent, o to deliver a y .ropt'rti belonging 10 him, or to any person, hrm or curp intion or nsoc;at-on for ha n. The said debtor is hereby for bidden to transfer or d-liver imy property until th further order of th.B Court, except as h k'oi orJ -re '. It i fiiniieroni'Tcd tint all the credtors of said debtor be au 1 appenr lefore the Hon. Vim li. B.irn"s. District JmL.it of the First Judicial District of the Territory of r z ma. n and for the Cotutty of (inham. in Ope i t'o.irt, at the roan-ronm of e-iid Conrt. iri t .e town of Solomonviiln, County of Graham, Territory of Arizona, on the 3rd day of M iy. lssrl. at ten o'clock a. m. of that d iy. to prove their db s and choose one or more nsig tees of the estate of said debtor. It is fnrt her or-lereti that the order bep:ib lisheiin the Weekly Curros ClaRiom. a newspaper of Rcerd circn'ation published in the town of CI rto-t, said Clra am County, as often rathe said -piper is puhli -bed be lore the uaid day act for the meeting of cred'tor. And it is furtherorde-e'l that in the mean time all prv-ediujO otf-iinst the said Insol vent be sl:iveU Dat. d, November Oth. IS S. WM. It. BVRNE '. Jnd 'O Sist. Court 1st District, Arizona. TEI1RIT.1RY OF ARIZONA, I Count or Gkauax. e I. EdwN T). Tuttle, Clerk of the First Judicial District : ourt in and for the atjov County and Territory, do hereby certify the foreiroinir to b a true, full ami correct copy of the or.i?r made and entered oa the min tit"s of said istrici Court, oa cull aa the same is of record in niv othe. Witness mv band and the snl of sai I District Conrt. idlixed this the SCAIm 9th day of November. 1Si. IiDWD.D. TLTTI.E. Clerk. F.rat PubUcation, December 13, liij. 1r s r REWARD! J T- I If If I sire to c:i.l att ntio B 1 1 1 1 .K7 m -!a a:.d br: J J J for ca. tie, aa ebon REWARD! W I de- ion to brand? tbown in cut. I sell no sto-k cattle, and will pay $1,(00 reward lor the ar rest and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling cattle in the following brands and marks. ;-i-.i. b,tii'itw.aw.'.rVl;'('''. J. II. II.VJII'SO.X. P. O.: El Paso, Texas. Ranch P. O.: Clif ton, Arizona. Rinse, on Ea'.e creek, Graham county. Arizona. Ear mtrisi, crop end split le!t. crop richt. Horse brand, on the left shonldcr. F. E. MoG-INNESS, Post Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz. Keeps constantly on band a fine auaortmeiit of Goats' Furnishing Good? Dry Goods & Groceries Finest brands of Wines a,nc3. CIgraxs Both Domestic and Foruign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty. Fust Office ad oininz the store. HAEEY mSSHALL Lordburs t : : : cw Mexico. SiSitriC.'i AOENT FOR Scbiitz's Jlilwauieo Fccr. Wholesale Liquor Dpalor. I i : wteVi&t. f.-. () LOGI J ViEU-IilX, I THOS. J. NKESE, Sulomonvillle, I iortXiiomas. Neese & Voelckal Fort Thomas, Ariz., -AND Solomonville, Ariz. -DEALERS IN- Gener'l Merchandise Groceries, Teas, Co.fees, Sugar, Rice, Pastes, Sauces, Pickles, Provisions, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bran, Wheat Corn, Barley, Baled Hay, Liquors, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Beers, Gin, Rum. Ale, Torter. Our Prices Are Low ! Our Stock is New! Call and bz convinced of Solomon, Wickersham & Company TETIST0X, Cochise Co. A. T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to oor enre promptly for warded to Fnrt Howie. Soloinoiivillc. S;i ford. BmitiiTille, Fort Thomas, Sou Carlos and Globe. We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothinsr, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Gro cries, Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. Oar stock of Iiiimbcr, Shingles, Doors. Etc., is purchased from the manufacturers, and is selected with a knowledge of tho wants of purchasers. ARcnts Anheuser Beer and Fish Bros. Wagons. W0P.S3 & WHITHEY Assayars and Metallurgists. as3ax orricE i.VD LABOItATOKT, 103 CAMP ST. TUCSON, A. T. Bold and Silver Assaj $1 00 Copper Assay 1 (X Lead Asa iy 1 00 opecial rates for other metals, bullion, etc. Prompt Attention to Samples by Slail. Ore smelted in any quantity. Assaying taught. Mines examined and reported on. Rkprrexcfr. Tucson: L. Zeckendorf & t o.. merchants: U. H. Hereford. Sa;. Francisco: J. M. BuiUuirton. Secre tary Union ( on. Mining ( ornpany; 11. W. Walker Golden Stato Laboratory. A., T. S. F. R. R, THE GBEAT HIGHWAY FROM Arizona to the East, Makes close connection at Albuquerque with the ATimiC & PA3SFIG R. R. TO KANSAS CITY And ail Paints h th3 .East. Trains from De:nin. N. M., connect at Kansas City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA. and NEW YORK And all Eastern Cities. THE ROVD PASSHS OVER A M AG nifient stretch of mountain nnd plain. Is thoro-ichly ballasted, and equipped with the best ro linj stock of modern times. Kvery attention is p.iid io tha comfo -t of passensers, makinsr it the most dirablo route betvreen tad jot and VVojt. Trains ran oyer the Sonora road from BENSON, ARIZONA, Through to HER1I0SILL0 and GUAYMAS, Famiahinj Tacson anl other cities eisy access to tho great trid of li.'iico. which is sow opening a? its Tast treasures to the world. V. F. WHITE, Gen. Pass, and Tiak. Ag3nt, Topoka. Iia:2.ti. SHELDOii AND SOLOONViLLE Stage Line, FHOSBUS FREUDEXTIIAL, Proprietor. The most d'rect and comfortable route from Clifton and J.ort'.sbnrjr So!ontiiv3J!e nnI Scttle titetitK on the sila. Parties from Lordsb'ire or 'Duncan wish ing to t.iJ:e staire enn do o by telegraphing bt.ttion uROut at Clifton. Leaves Sheldon, Tnesrays, Thursdays and baturuays. Fare. S3 IViorenci and Clifton Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stayes carrying Pcssencers and Express Leave post' oifico at Llurenci 0:0 a. m. Leave Clifton 4 p.m. 3. 17. P0:iB07, Froi. 1 Soard SB per Week SINGLE JIEALS, 35 CENTS ..AT THE.... OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT, srAix ST t CUl'fOX Cliarlejr Les UTcllr, Proprietor. Open Day and Night. T1IE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kinds of Wild Game Served in any style desired. E. L. WETSSORE ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST 221 Pennington Street. TUCSON A.T. Gold and Silver Assays 81. Ores sampled and actual working tests made by 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 promptly attended to. Assaying taught practically and theoret ically. Bowie Station And Camp Thomas STAGS LINS, Norton & Stewart, Prop's. A DAILY USE OF STAGES Will be run between the above points, con ripctinif at Solomonville ivith stke line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad, and at Camp Thomas with stae line to and from Globe. . FARE: From Bowie Station to Camp Thomas $12 50 1 torn Bowie Station to Globe 20 00 Duncan & Carlisle J. L. T. WATTEIiS, PROPRIETOR OT TH3 U. S. Mail Stage AND 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. ; . Ricliiii Coljon Balsam Zia. Ct.-J Chaicrcs, fir-. n:l s co:il s a-cf S.rs'n thi Lees and B dy; Sore Ea s.' Kyes Kosc, etc.. Copper lor d Eio'i-he' fyph..;.:c at r.h, . iteased Ssalp, and a!! prhaary io-.ns of the disease kn rwn u SjTihilia. I'll . 5 it pr Bn-I-. V RI-lM't'4 G Id n Balaam fio X Cures i'c-t: rr. llcrcuria' Syp n itic Rheu. ma'.isni, l ain i in iho Hones, Pa':n - in tho llea.l, la-.-k f tho Ncclt, L'l. -crated Soro Thro: t, ;.-ph .it'c I'ash, L-jimn a id con tric'id t or . 8;ifi-ics ct tiio Limha, and c-nHu tci r. 1 dika o f 01:1 the pya-em whe-.rur i-iu cd hy ind'-a r ti n or alms's r( Slccniy, I .-avlujr iho b: iod pnrj and hrelthy. I f- 5 () pe.- oil-. lchrtii' G-WeT. anlshAa I. dot lrl:e rn-3 t Cono rhra. Gleet, iTltatif n O avoi. on h a1! I'rina-r o- Goni. tl diMrrantfcnieutJ. Pr j e S'4 50 por BoJt!". te iticlna' i ( ollei Spnt-Ii In-J-cti 11, f re-vc-o cwsof Gjnon-hE, l-iitimm to T(.!ert. Ktiii-tur s,ic. I'rico St : i por Jl .ttl". l. Itic.'iiii'M G .'ln O n'mrat tori etit t vc h-.-;:nrf Jynhii.ticS -r, cn.l cru-r:on-. l"riro31 to p r Box. J o ' :cl:.m's Goldf I"ls Xrrra and lira i l-eatmeiit; liraa or physi al pou-. er, cst-csi r r cvtr-i-"''!. i roatration, etc. P-c 3 CO rx-r Box. T t .io t-i d r.Vrvino, Sent t venn here, C. O. 1., hecaie'.y packed per express. C. P. niCHAR-s"& CO. . Aseats, O t SaiiiHHiie ptreet, i or:;cr clr v, y -n Francisco, Cal. CiltCULAH HAILED FREE. E. J. PEING, Bosident Asent. M4 & mm HEALTH BIS CASE. t Mm H Sg 1 1 S3 J I'l U 13 -s-iSS m mm DR. LIEBIG O Dispensary, CC Cor. Geary 6 Mason Stt 2 Th" Collffre institot for r" the enre of all special, com O) plicated and so-called In 1 1 1 cnrable Chronic DiaeaBea. L(Y- lr I.iebie'M Ciermau iRTiEorator is DoeitiT- ly ernaranteed to care Ner- Tons and Physical Debility, Weakness. Lost Manhood, Losa of Energy, Binginz and Dizziness in tbe head, molancholy, hopeless feel ings, and all the result of youthful imprudence and excesses of mature years. The Doctor is a regular college pnysician, and will agree to forfeit S10U0 for a case the Invigorator will not care tinder special treatment and advice. The reason so many can not get cured of Weakness and the above diseases is owing to a complication called PR08TATOKRHEA, which require peculiar treatment. .... Liebig'a Invigorator No. 2 ia a positive cure for proptatorrhea. Price for either of the lnviaorators S2.0O per bottle; six fr $10. Bent to any address on receipt of price, or C O. D. Responsible perrons pay when cured. Strictest secrecy maintained. Patients cured at home. Liebie's Dispensary runs an ele gant drug store in the building. Consulta tion, personally or by letter, free. Ordinary (!abes Any recent case of spe cial or private diseases cured for $10. Keirs dies sufficient to cure will be promptly,: nt, with full direction and advice on receipt uf $17. All packages are securely covered from observation. 1NYIGOKATOB SAMPLES FREE. Call or address Dr. LIEBIG CO., 400 Oeary street. Private entrance, 405 Mason Btreet, Bam-Francisco. Dr. Liebigs Magnetic Healers or gelf-mag-netizcrs, the greatest curative invention of the age. Every man or woman can now bo their own magnetic healer. No man re quired on the end of the healer, cocj quently no big fees to pay the Hand Rubber. Price $5.00 complete, tiold only at the Dr. Liebig Dispensary. THI8 GREAT Htri then ing Remedy, and ,Nerve tonic in th legitimate result of over20 yearsof practical experi ence, and ceres with unfailing certainty nerrou and phynical de bility Seminal Weaknees, Sper matorrhea and Utt.bieu , i-ifuiarare Decline and LoFof Manhood, in all its complication!!, and from whatever canse produced. Enrich and nnriea the blood, strerthene th Ner-. en, HuscleB and Digestion, Reproduc tive Organs and Physical and Mental Facul ties. It stops 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 contain 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. $2.50 per bottle, or live bottles in case, with full directions aud advice. $10. Sent secure from observation to any address upon receipt of price, or C O. D. To be had only of Dr. C. V. Salfleld, . 218 Kearney street. San Francisco, Califor nia. Consultations strictly continental, by letter, or -t office, free. For the convenience of patients, and in order to insure perfect secrecy. I nave adopted a private address under which all packages are forwarded. rpKUL BOTTLE FREE! SUFFICIENT L to show its merit, wiil be sent to anyone applying by letter, stating his symptons and age. Communications strictly confidential. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never failing 'ure for "Nervous Debility. Exhausted Vitality, Seminal Weakness Spunna iorrhoce. Lost Man hood. 1m potency, Paralysis, and all the terrible effectsof elf-abuse, youthful oiiies and excesses n mature years oss of memo rv. Lassitude. Nocturnal JuniBSions. evasion t soc fty. dimness of vision, noises in the head, the vital fluid passing away unobserved in the urine, and raary other diseases that lead to insanity and death. Dr. Mintie. who is a rrgular graduated nhvtiriftn. will iuto to forfeit 500 for a case of thin kind, the Vital Restorative (under his special advice and treatment) will not cure, nr for srtvtliini? imniira or iniarions 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, sent to any address on receipt of price, or C. O. D., secure from observa tion, and in private rame, if desired, by A. V.. Muiiie. 31. I., No. 11 Kearney street, San Francisco, Cal. Sample Bottle Free will be sent to any one applying by letter, stating symptonu sex and age. Strict seerecy in regard to business transactions. Dr. Mintie's Kidney Remedy Nephreticum cures iJl kinds of Kidney and Bladder com plrtints, Gonorrhoie, tileet, Loucorrhoie. For sale by all druggists: $1 a buttle, six bottles for $5. Dr. Mintie's Daudelion Pills are the best and cheapest Dyspepsia and Bill ons enre in the market. For sale by all druggists. mm The above .reward will be paid for tbe d tection and conviction of any person or jier sons caught stev.liug or killing any cattle of tho above brand. U. K. L.VKRY, Paities havirj ato?l cettle for sale will find a purchase.; by at-pling to M.ISST, A. T.. July J3,