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WEDNESDAY, AUG 4, 1886. Potato salad withont oil is the newest butter ami eggs being the excellent substitute. II:ilf a million wild ducks are annually killed in Southern Louis iana and sent to tho New Orleans market The South African dimond crop tip to the present time has amount ed to six and a half tons, valued at 40,000,000. Tho 2rs': carloa 1 of bullion, tho product of the Nogale smelter, alnad at two thousand dollars, was shipped to Pittsburg, Ponn., one day last week. In the libel suit of Cyrus W. Field against James Gordon Bju natt, tli3 plaintiff was awarded $25,03'J datnigt's. Defendant was also coademned to p.iy all tho casts of the suit The Senate in executive session confirmed Judge Hager, as Collec tor of customs at the port of San Francisco, and Judge Lawton, as superintendent of the Branch Mint in the same city. Guest (rising excitedly from the table, after tasting an olive for the first time) "It's sorry I'd be to disturb the hilarity of the mating, but I belave some joker's been salting tho guseberriosT' Judy. "Mamma," she said, "I don't like the way this bustle sets." "Neither do I," was the prompt reply. "And, besides, your father i3 swearing about the rat-trap being lost, so yon must really take it off." Since the introduction of natur al gas into Pittsburg, Pa., the out put of the mills and factories has been increased 20 per cent, a large number of new plants havo been "erected, and nearly 10,000 addition al men nave been given employ ment Engineering in China has cer tainly achieved a notable triumph in th bridge at Lagang, over an arm of the China Sea. This strnc tare is five miles long, built entire ly of stone, has 300 arches seventy feet high, the roadway ii seventy feet wide, and the pilhirs are eeventy-five feet an"-. freneral. Friends of this -imnor- tant measure are appre'ionsive that he will veto it upon contitntional grounds. Its reference to Attorney-General G.irland shows that grave doubts of its CDnstitntional ity exists in the mmd of the presi dent The biggest building in the Unit ed States will ba the City Hull of -Philadelphia,now in process of con struction. Batween $11,000,003 and 512,000,000 have bean expended upon it sinco 1S72. It is estimated -to cover 2300 more sqnre feet than the Capitol at Washington. The tower on the north side will be snr monnted by a statue of Penn, and its extrems night when completed will bo 535 feet It haa now reach ed a bight of 270 feet A Massachusetts newspaper tells the old story of Isaiah Thomas, who used to make almanacs. When he was preparing the one for 1780 one of his boys asked him what he should put opposite the "13th of July." Mr. Thomas, being engag ed, replied: "Anything, anything." The boy, thus ordered, returned to tho office and sot "Rain, hail, and snow." The country was all amazement when the day arrived, for it actually rained, hailed, and snowed violently. Ju lge Raardon has given judg ment for defendant in the case of stockholder Walter H. Pilkington vs. tha directors of the Silver King Company. Action was brought to recover a thousand dollars platntory ponalty of alleged neg lect of duty on the part of the com pany. The judge in reudering hia opinion said: If plaintiff has beon damaged to any extent with in the limit of $1,000, he can, on alleging and proving such dama ges recover the just amount Such fact was not attempted to be pro ven. Ilence tho judgment Some time ago some Mexicans boring a well on the Cienega ranch, Bix miles southwest of Los Angeles, found difficulty in breathing at a depth of forty feet One of them struck a match and a tremendous explosion followed, burning hfm fwarfr.lly. It was discovered, that there was a strong lssne of natural gas. Experts hr.vc inspected the locality and five acres were quietly bought aud tho Mexican Oil and Gas Co. has just been iacorpiratel with a capital stock of $2,000,000. The directors are II. C. Hooker, of Graham Co. A.T.; M. TV. Stewart, of Cochiso Co. A. T.; Joseph L Choder, J. K. Simonds and J. D. Hooker of Los Angeles: 1hfv Skilled in Iiaraantt-Cattlns. Diamond cntting is a work which requires great skill aud indomit able pationce on the part of tho workman, and his training is long and severe, for, despite the machi nery which is used, much depends upon the doftness of tho workman, who is haudsomely remunerated for his trouble. He must bo able to tell from an examination of tho rough stono what is tho proper treatment-that is, its shape and the number of its facets. An in ferior workman cau spoil 20 or 30 worth of property in as many seconds. But tho difficulty may the more easily bo imagiued when we sny (on Mr. Streoter's authority) that even tho Kohinoor has faults from the connoisseur's point of view. This famous jewel was so clumsily cut by a Venetian namod Hortensio liorgio that it was re duced from 793 carats to 186 and rendered as dull as a piece of rock crystal. It was afterward reduced to about 10G cartas, and even now still retains a vitreous lustre. As a rule, a rough diamond loses 75 per cent of its weight in cutting aud polishing if it is to be turned out in the most effective mannor. Pall Mall Gazette. It is fair to say that one third of tha people of tho country hurry death by the want of sonsiblo methods that makes thom hurry and worry their way through life. They are in a hurry and a worry from morning till night. They usually hurry and worry over breakfast; hurry and worry over catching a car or otherwise getting to their business; aud it is little else than hurry and worry in a greater or less degree until they end tho day's work by trying to hurry themselves to sleep, and then worry themselves into wakeful ness until the hours of sweetest rest are past. When they ara not fretfully hurrying they are fret fully worrying. Instead of taking things as they come and doing the best they can with coutent, they worry themselves into perspiration, into needless colds, into irritation, and into chronic ill temper, all of which hurry death. Philadelphia Times. Th of A,it ty ioabHw statin m " wi' i- co,fojf 1 in Ad - of CO , . - sage kinV'utfoli&t'tfum mings. New Mexico, to tho station near Tnbac, in this territory, a dis tance of more than 400 miles, and the answer received in four hours trom tne time tuo message was sent out from" Fort Cummings. This shows tho wonderful utility of tho heliograph sysretn- in a cbuntry like this. It wonld have taken from eight to ten hours to navo sonc a mossago to the same place by telegraph, as tho dispatch would have to be carried several miles on horsebiick and the answer returned likewise. It is not to be wondered at that Geronimo and his gang are content to remain south and out of reach of thefe signal stations. The system is a success in Arizona. Star. The heloderma is tho only poisonous lizard in the world, as f ir as known, and is confined to Mexico, Lower California and Ari zona. The common .name is the Gila monster. The poison comes from poison glands and the teeth are channeled to accelerate its pas sage into the wound. Brandy and whisky are geuerally antidotes to rattlesnake poison, but fail in tho case of a bite from this reptile. Tho poison of the heloderma is entirely different from that of a snake. The latter kills by para lyzing the respiratory center, while the poison of the Gila mons ter paralyzes the heart Experi ments havo been made showing that subcutaneous injections cause no local injury, while the action of the heart was seriously affected, becoming slowly contracted, while the spinal cord is paralyzed. Salt Lake Tribune. A striking illustration of the absurdity, not to say tho iniqnity, of our policy of dealing with tho Indians is presented in the case of Chatto, who is now in Washington on a political mission, undjr tho protection of tho military authori ty of the government. A formal demand has beon made for his surrender as a fugitive from jus tice, and tho Sjcrotary of tho la tenor answers that it is not pos sible, under the law, to hand him over to tho courts for trial and punishment, though there is no doubt about his guilt and his crime was one of tho most cruel and revolting description. Can it be wondered at that when such a policy prevails tbo people of tho frontier so of ton inflict summary and irregular justice upon Indian offenders? St. Louis Globo- Demo crat. V,. W. Porter has been confirm ol as United States Jnstico of tho ?r.r f..rl .. Atli.'.n:,. Poople of Globe have no reason to be despondent over tha outlook for copper mining here. Tho Old Dominion company is abundantly able to continue operations, even with the present low market for copper. Their mine, the Old Globe, never looked better than now. The ore bodies are large and t he ore of very high grade, and it is confi dently expected that after Septem ber 1st, work will be pushed more energetically, with an increased forco of men. The consignment of one hundred tons of coke to J. Liberman & Co., for the Old Do minion company, in addition to nine car loads recently received at Wilcox, is significant of the com pany's intentions. Globe Silver Belt. A son of Edwin M. Stanton is said to contemplate publishing selections from his father's private papers. Board $7 per Weak SINGLE 3IEALS, 50 CENTS .AT THE. OCCIDENTAL RESTAURANT, MAIX ST : ILIFTOX CELarlesr Lee IF'clls:, Proprietor. Open Day and Night. THE CHOICEST STEAKS And all Kinds of Wild Game Srrved in any style desired. ARIZONA COPPER CO S ASSAY OFFICE! West si Jo of river iu Company's building. Assaj ing of Every Kind of Ores and Bullion. Fully Prepared for all kinds of Analytical AVork appurtain ing to Metallurgy. I'lIAKdiKS FOit ASS lVIi. Gold and Silver (Ore) $2.50 Copper 50 PS" Where there are two or more assays to oe made for one portion the charge will be i2 for each one. Chareos for all other work as low as ia consistent with care and correctnesa. J. A. CKUM. Assaver and Metallurcical Chemist. JAMES SIAS, General Blacksmith ....AND.. HORSE SKOER. Shop. MaiH Street, - IXIFTOX First Class Blacksmithins In all its branches done with promptness, and at reasonable prices. Sjecinlty Hade of Shoe ing: Horwe. DR. PRING- If a uu hand a Cull bupply of DRUGS AM". Patent Medicines. mai:v MTiti-:i-rr. With tho Doctor's wpII known knowledcB I cf msHcinP. iTrv pr,riTtin will brnr- ' litliv -...THi.'.lih-l rr,.l ;it r.'t(-n:iM' rnt'. , LOOIS VOELCKEL, I THOS. J. NLlisE, soiomonvuue, l fort 1 nomas. Nesse & Voelckel Fort Thomas, Ariz., -AND Solomonville, Ariz -DEALERS IN- Gener'l Merchandise Groceries, Teas Coffees, Sugar, Rice, Pastes, Sauces, Pickles, Provisions, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bran, Wheat Corn, Baric-, Baled I lav, Liquors, Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, Beers, Gin, Rum, Ale, Porter. Our Prices Are Low ! Our Stock is fiSew! Call and be "convinced of , , r I. ll Solomon, Wickersham & Company TEYISTOX, Coeliise Co. A. T FORWARDERS. Goods marked to our care promptly for warded to Kort Howie. Solomonville. Rif- ford. Smithville, Fort Thomas, San Carlos and u lobe. We carry at all timeB a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions Hats, Roots and Shoes, Gro cries. Crockery, Hardware Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars, Onr stock of Inmber, &hiiilcs, Doors, Etc., is purchased from the manufacturers, and is selected with a knowledgo of tho wants of purchasers. Agrenta AnheuBor Beer and Fish Bros. w aons. A. T. & S. F. R, R, THIS GREAT HIGHWAY FKOJI Arizona to the East Makes cloao connection at Albuquerque with the ATLANTIC i PACIFIC R. R TO KANSAS CITY And ail Points in the East Truins from Deming, N. MM connect at Kansas City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YOKK And all Eastern Cities. riMIE ROAD PASS K 3 OVER A MAG- jl uiii(.-uuitLrutuu vi niuumuiu aim uiain. Is thoroughly ballasted, and equipped with the best rolling stock of modern times, Every attention is paid io the comfort of p-issenpers, making it the most desirable route between the East and West. Trains run over the Sonora road from BENSON. ARIZONA, Through to 1IEKMOSILLO and GUAYMAS, Furnishing Tucson and other cities easy access to tho great trade of Mexico, which is now opening up Us vast treasures to the world. W. F. WHITE, Gsn. Pass, and Tick. Agent, Topeka, Kansas. -THE- 0. K. CORRAL, SOLOMONVILLE, A. T., lias been re-opened by tho un dersigned, an old and competent hostler. Animals taken eare of at reason able rates. CIIAS. Kl SSELL, Prop. 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 Wines and Cigrars S Both Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty. POMEROY'S STAGE LINE; Bowie Station VIA Solomonville TO Camp Thomas A DAILY LINE OF STAGES Will bo rnn between the above points, con necting at Solomonville with stae line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad, and at Camp Thomas with stage, line to and from Globe. FARE: From Bowie Station to SolomonviUo, $5 fO From Bowie Station to Camp Thomas, $10 to J. B. Patterson, Agent at Bowie Station. "eese & Voelckel, Agents at Camp Thom as. Main Office at Solomonville. S. AV. FOMEROY, Proprietor. SHELDON AND SOLOMONVILLE Stage Line, PHEBUS FREUDENTHAL Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Clifton and L,orlHlurg Solomonville aud Settle ments on the Gila. Tarties from Lordsburg or Duncan wish ing to take stage can do so by telegraphing station apent at Clifton. Leaves Sheldon, Tuesdays and Saturdays Fare. Morenci and Clifton " - 'ft Stage & Express Line Cariying U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stages carrying Fuaseiicers and Express Leave post office at Morenci 6:30 a. m, Leave Cliiton 4 p. in. II 21 It V HEM,, Proprietor. CLIFTON BOTTLING-WOE-KS w :mi- smith, Proprietor. Wholesale Dealebs in Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Cider, Etc. SYRUPS OF ALL KINDS ! I am now bottling a superior quality of Missouri Cider I I All orders attended to promptly Goods delivered in Clifton and surrounding camps 11,0001 REWARD! r" I de sire to call attention to my marks and brands for cattle, as ehown m cnt. I Bell no stock cattle, and will pay SI ,000 reward for the ar rent and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling cattle in the following brands and marks. Li 3. II. HAMPSOX. P. O.: KI Paso, Texas. Ranch P. O.: -Clif- on, Arizona. . Ran?ts, on Eagle creek. Graham connty, Arizona. liar marks, crop aad split left, crop ribt. i Hr."t br.u-.-i. it rnthfcUlt-h-uldt!. ... :,.vj,i'.n 31 nil: UslS r:.m kill M I'll V E g .maM.'.,.., Sal Pw'". G i Es H M QUI ssS 1 1 filial Zt H o s s I I F - 15" V A Eh ' THIS GREAT Strengthen in ft Remedy, and Nerve tonic is the legitimate result of over 20 years of practical experi ence, and cures with t nnf ailing certainty nervou and physical de bility, Seminal Weakness, Sper matorrhea and Frosts tor rhoea Emissions, Impotency, Ex- huitbied Vitality, Premature Decline and Loppof Manhootl, in all its complicationf, and from whatever cause produced. Enrich es and purifies the blood, stregthens the Nerves, Moscles and Digestion, Reproduc tive Organs and Physical and Mental Facul ties. It steps any unnatural debilitating drain upon the syHtem. preventing involunta ry Iosspk, 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 enre is guaranteed. Price. $2.50 per bottle, or five 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 Ir. C. I. Salfleld, jetter. or at omce. iree. xoriue convenience of patients, and in order to insure perfect under which all packages are forwarded. riMilAL BOTTLE FREE! KUFFICIM 1 to show its merit, will be sent to anv one applying by letter, stating his symptom and age. Communications strictly confident ia THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a never failing enre for Nervous Debility. Exhausted Vitality, Seminal Weaknesst tfpurma torrhoae, Lost Man hood. Impotency, Paralysis, and ail theterribleeffectsof self-abuse, youthful follies and excesses in mature years loss f mem o - rv. 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. Dr. Mintie. who is a rrgular graduated physician, will agree to forfeit 500 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 fuccessfully, without mercury. Consultation free. A thorough examination and advice, including analysis of the urine, $5. Price of Vital Restorative $1.50 per bottle, or fonr 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, Minfie, M- !-, No. 11 Kearney street, Snn Francisco, Cat. feamole Bottle Free will be sent to any one applying by letter, stating symptomst sex and age. Strict seerecy in regard to business transactions. Dr. Mintie'a Kidnev Remedv Nenhreticnm cures all kinds of Kidney and Bladder com. ulaints. (ronorrho. Gleet. Loncorrhoaa. For sale by all druggists: 1 a bottle, six bottles for $5. Dr. Mmtie s Dandelion Pills are the best and cheapest Dyspepsia and Bill ons cure in the market. For sale by all druggists. 500 MtAUTM. ASE. ho Rlchaa'g Golden Balaam No. 1 Cures Chancres, firat and second stages Sores cn the Lejrs and Body; Sore Ears,' Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-colored Blotches. Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all primary forms of the disease known as Syphilis. Price, J5 OO per Bottle. lia Riclian's Golden Balsam No. J Cures Tertiary, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu matism, Tains in tho Bones, Pains in tho Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, ami eradicates all disease from the system, whether caused by indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, leavin? tho blxxl pure and healthy. Price S5 OO per Pottle. Ls Kiclmn'j Golden Si.anlsh Anti dote for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price $ 50 per Bottle. te Itichan'a Golden Spunlsft In jection, for severe casns of Gonorrhica, Inflammatory Gleet. Stricturcs,ic. Price 51 r.o per Bottle. Le Kichau'a Golden Ointment for the efr-ctivc healing of Sj-philitic Sores, and eruptions. Price SI CO pr Box. Le Hichau's Golden PU' Nerro and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow er, excess or over-work, rrostratioa, etc Price $3 00 per Box. Tdnic 1.1 Nervine, Sent everywhere, C. 0. D., securely packed per express. C. P. RICHARDS & CO. , Ajrents, 427 & 429 Sansome street. Corner Clay, San Francisco, Cal. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. E. J. PRING, Resident Agent. SlOO REWAKD, The above reward will be paid for tiie de tection and conviction of any person or per sons caught stealing or kilting any oattleox the abo-7e brand. H. K. BABEX,- Partiee havine stock or-1- Xiuua purcuaser r siiii Tim mm DISK mil