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THE CLIFTON CLARION.
"WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8, 1887. Taste in Xative Maie. ltaudoai Xotcn. A popular tree Langlree. A bright man A lamplighter. Oil of lavender will drive away flies. A mnsic cxnert says oniy one mau in 1,1)00 can wliistTo a tunc. New Orleans was founded by a tomj'any of French adventurers' in 1743. Thare is more railway travel in Massachusetts than in" any other S-tate in the Union. The name of M. de Giers, t!ie liua fian minister of Foreign AUairs, is pronounced "Geeren." Acconling to tho London Timrs the prirc of diamonds has steadily fallen from to $3.75 per karat. Trusisia has now 17,759,114 adher ents of the Evangelical Church, !), 2,JO,.'52,. Roman Catholics, and 3o7, 4."4 Jews. A Texan, who has lived for years smong the cowboys, says that many of them are graduates of Kasterii Jollegcs. Chattanooga, Tenn., has grown since the war from a clump of white washed warehouses and shanties to a city of 25,030 inhabitants. 3Ir. Zachariah Montgomery, a Cal ifornia lawyer, is the Assistant Attorney-General for tho Interior le partmcnt, Washington. Rev. Dr. John P. Non-man (Grant's pastor) has, it is authoritatively an nounced, returned again to the Meth odist communion. Two hundred years ago there was li.-h in the Arabian seas no large t!i.it tho natives sawed it into planks, which they used to make root's for their houses. A town in Ihiir.ilo Comity, Dakota, lias b?en mimed in honor of the first l.idy resident. Slade. Mrs. Slado was nearlv killed in a cvclone there iilSS;. Robert Collyer says the scientific length of a sermon is thirty minutes. It" a m m has anything at all worth ?aving he can say it in that time without repeating himself. The oldest of the existing religions was established by Zoroaster, in Persia, about 1,200 years n. c. The ronngest was "revealed" to Joseph Smith in 1827. Since 1S70 France has trad nineteen .liifereiit cabinets, headed by fourteen ililitrcnt premiers that is, as manv rabinetn in fifteen years as Filmland lias had since 1.S27. An infidel colony in Missouri, after live years' experience, is falling to pieces, ine people are continually wramjling, and "it's awiscchild that knows its own father ' in that town, Tho lower erade sailors on the Uns- (inn man-of-war at New York receive only $1 per month wares. They ad mire everything in rvew ork ex- roptinsr the American vodki, which they think too weak. ' An Knglishman has oflerO'l a prize oi ?c,oOU lor the invention or dis covery of an economical, efficient, ami safe substitute for jrunjiowder aim other explosives employed in lac getting of coat." Mark Twain told the Vassar Col lege students that his usual price lor R reading was ?.i!K), but that there he was quite satisfied to take 00 cents anil get the other $4:;i.o0 in looking Bt the girls. Mine, ltistori, accompanied by her husband, the Maniuis del Grillo", and her daughter ltlanehe, sailed from New York the other day for Europe. A niimlwr of the friends of the dis tinguished Italian actress went down to the steamship to see her off. With the death, a fortnight ago, at P.amgerjr, Bavaria, of the famous liaron Maximoiiiou Von Paulus, the l'aulus family become extinct, and its coat-of-arms was solemnly broken and cast into his open grave upon his cottin-lid. Princess Mnthilde is a ve.-y affec tionate creature. When M. do IjCS H?ps delivered his recent speech at the reception of the French Academy, the overjoyed Princess said: "My dear Les:-ep3, I can"t help it, I must ki.- you." "Do," briefly replied do Lcaseps. And she did. There 13 aa outcry in London against the encore nuisance. "There was a long rambling concert at the Albert Hall last week," says the Figaro, ""at which Mmo. Xilssou, Sim a Keeves, and Antoinette Sterling all aug. Several pieces had to be left out or no one would have got to Led that night." F. J. Farias, well known as "1 lugh Conway," author of "Called Back," died at Monaco recently. He had been hick several months with ty phoid fever. He was thirty-seven years old. From his youth he was a dabbler in literature, writing ballads and sketches. The enormous sales of "Called Back" brought him a fort une in the last year of his life. Col. J. Armo-y Knox, of Terns Siling, lectured in New York in be half of the Baitholdi Pedestal Fund. Among other hritrht remarks, ho Kaid : "The English have something which passes current for humor, and which is not, I assure you, to be laughed at.'' Wo growl about the lack of na tive talent iu the several branches of music, but to speak truth we have men and methods to teach all we need to know, and this should equal anything that Las ever been learned in, and brought home from, foreign musical academies. Let us once and forever give up the craze about foreign musical art and artists. Let us encourage our own conductors, singing mas ters, composers, vocalists, and in strumentalists. These are all here with us, living, and some few pros pering, upon the gains of tho clear sighted few who listen to them and take instruction from them, but the battlo is against them. There must be a natioual revolu tionary effort in this direction. English art is not, and season after season brings with it the exasp erating circumstance of hordes who sight to a nicely the barom eter of English musical turn and sentiment. Had we no piano-forlo makers here capable of holding their own with any makers in tne world; were there not men capable of wielding the baton with any foreign conductor; were our best and these are English singing masters lacking in the traditions and styles that Lave always ob tained in this country; had we no really eminent violinists, flautists, organists worthy of the world's survey; wero there not many others in every branch of the art lingering between eminent medi ocrity and actual greatness simply for tho want of what it is in the power of their countrymen at large to give them their unqualified confidence and patrouage, then we rrighl reasonably go out into the highways and byways of art and compel to come in and permau ently dwell with ns those who now pay its visits with a regularity and promptness which every new sea- sun renders only more marked. National Review. . .. V -- -".J ( , mm If I 1 xj NATURAL FRUIT ll FLAVOHS MOST "PERFECT MADE Prepared n-l'h strict resinl to Purltr, Strength, anil Ilealtlinilm'. lr. Price" is the only Puking Powder that rrmtiun no Ammonia, I.ime or Alum. Dr. Price's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc.. fl:m.r ilcliciiniflv. jWKBisivr, mm rn.. m Mn st. CAMP THOMAS Blacksmith and Wagon Shop, Has been Re opened with a com petent Smith and Woodwork er in attendance. KKPAIU1XG Neatly and Promptly Done. HORSE SHOEING a specialty. All kinds of Stock both of WOOD AND IRON for sale tJEO. F. KILMER, Prop. The Sfodrrn (iirl. The jrirl of to-day is a new form of human nature because now influences r.m.-.ot but briiijr about naw shapes of character. The girl who enjoy ing to the full the liberty of educa tion an 1 best form of American social and home life is really an object to lie admired. Her vivacity, her industry, her wit, her taste, her kindness are oiudi as to compel the notice and admiration of an anchorite. The liberty and equality which are the cardinal idea of the country, have lu !M'd the modern girl away from servitude, jnst as truly as they have helped tho slaves to escape the old yoke which they and their fathers had worn for centuries. The daughter of liffeen can converso with her' father and mother and mature friends. Fear has departed without taking away modesty, and without bringing in a reign of egotism and disresect. Terroiisni was always a blemish in bociety, whether it existed between man and servant, husband and wife, or parent and child. Force is the law of brutes, and hoinre terrorism lie'o.iged to the brut- kingdom, and cani.t in. t man's world in times when lh:- wall was not Irgh between the animal and the human. Prof. Fuvid hi in::. Sarah wan Ipot. Up iu tho mountains about Mar ietta, Ga., we came across a tall, barefooted, barelegged girl, ap parently ubont 20 years old, who sat on the ground in front of a log cabin with her feet m a sand pile. She made no move to get up, and the mother, who came to the door as we rode up, noticed her and yelled out: "Sarah! Sarah V "Whatr drawled Sarah. 'Whar's yer manners ?" "Hain't got noner "Oh, youLavu't; Gentlemen, ex cuse meT' She picked up a limb and start ed for Sarah. Sarah jumped, got a whack n tho back as she dodg a stump, and as she sailed over the brnsh fence in frofit of the house the limb took her again with all proper energy. "No, she hain't got no manner?, and that's so," said the mother as she finng down the weapon and came back to us. "I want her to ckop wood and hoe corn and road Shakespeare, and tho old man he wants her to trap and shoot and learn Latin, and betwixt the hauliDg and pulling we've got her manners all npsot" Detroit Free Press. ASSAY OFFICE! West side of river in Company's buildiuff. Ass:i'ing of Every Kind Ores and Bullion. of Fully Prepared for nil kinds of Analytical Work appurtaiu ing to Metallurgy. 3IAIS4,F.S FOR AHSAVIXt;. (iolrt and Silver (Ore). Copper ....$2.r0 2.M1 Gold Unst. In the early days buyers and sellers did not for a long time re cognize any difference in the value of different classes of gold dnst. The first gold discovered by Mar shall and his associates was sold for 8 an ounce, but ero long rose to 16, and remained at that figure for years. Then no more differ ence was recognized in gold dust thau today in different sands. Bnyers would mix their dust when sent to the Mint and were paid an average prico for it, but they after wards learned that somo dust was worth $9 ami other dust $20 or more, lne clillerenco in valuo is now know to be due to the fact that a greater or less amount of the baser metals silver, copper, etc., is always found in alloy with gold in its native 6tate. Wood River Times. A common trouble with us all is ihat we fail in our business be cause we think little of iL No man truly succeeds in any calling who has a poor opinion of it. No man has a good opinion of his bus iness who uses it only to make money out of it No man can have the best conception of his business who does not esteem it for its use fulness. And the higher we go f "higher'' and "lower" are proper terras to use in considering the different honorable and useful walks of life the more clearly will t appear that he who only esteems his business for tho living or money that is in it must, if judged by any high standard, be a failure. Dr. Hapgood. Mr. Livingstone Van Riper, (of New York.) "May I lmve the pleasure of a part of the next waltz. Miss Frankfort?" Miss Frankfort, (whose father owues a Kentucky stock farm.) "Thanks, awfully, lnt I've daruccd so much I'm' mot; foundered." 1'uck. IS"" Where there are two ur roorc mu.iys to be made for one person the charge will be 5- for each one. Charges for all other work as low as is consistent with cam and correctness. J. A. ( HUM. Assarer and Metallurgical Chemist. AY. C. W. S.1IITII, Post ottireaddres.- Solmnonville. Graham rountr. Arizona. Kan go, north sido Ciru !.sm mmmlains. faille hrnrtlfMl V O on left side, oar mark under half crop tho risht. Hwallow fork tho lft. Hurst brand, same as cow brand, on rarap. I,EITCII ISKOTHEISS. Post oflise: Feat Grant. Ranch. Eureka Springs, Graham County .Arizona. Cattle branded w th half circle V on left side with ear mark crop off left ear. WARD & COURTNEY. I3.-41WK ST Catlie brand Bar W Con left side. Horse brand V C on left hip. Ear marks Crop the riKht. Kanse on the Gila rivor near Duncan. Post Office address Duncan. Graham Co., Arizona. 01 AAA hkward! rer- i d- 1 I Eu IS I to call attention to rls I 1 61 II f lny niarks and brands '4' V J J fr cattle, as shown in cm. i sen no fiock cattle, and will pay Sl.uxi reward for the ar ret anu conviction ot any person or oersons unlawfully handling cattle in the following brands anil marks. w Mi I. 1 i-iil. i .A T iUJ-1 .-i.V".,r J. II. IIAHPSOX. P. O. : El Panot Texan. Kanch P. O.: Thom as, Arizona. llaaRe, on Eaglo creek, Graham eonnty, Arizona. .Ear mark a, crop and split 1 ft, crop right. Hjr5 bruud, on th- left s-houlder. Solomon, Wickersham & Company TEYISTON Cochise to. A. T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to our care promptly for warded to Fort Bowie. Solomonvillo. Sf- ford. Smithyille, Fort Thomas, Ban Carlos and Globe. After Fortr yanrs ex peri er. re in tho prcpamtion of more than On Hundred I Thotmand applicat ions for rtsteats in ino Umtea piti nan rnreipaiuii. tries, the publishers of the S-intiiic American continne toecfc as aolicitora for patents, cAve.iis, traae-raaTKB. vapy itrit for the Unit d Sratis. and t obtam patents in Canada, England, t ranee, Germany, and ail other countries, l'jieir eTpen ence is unhealed and tsir facilities ora unaur- TtwinfifS and Kpecificanona prepared and filed In the Patent Office on short notice. Terms Tery reawnablo. Ho charge for examination oi models or drawinps. Advieo by mr.il free Patents obtiippd throuph Mnn Af7r.arnoticed Inthe SCIiSXTIFIC AMEKICAXwhich bas the largest circulation and i the most influential newspaper of its kind published in th world. The advantages of each a notice every patentee understands. . This large and RptpndiiiT illustrated newspaper is published "WKBICl.Y ab 3J n year, and is admitted U he the best paper devoted to science, meohanies, inventions, eiiKineerins irorrcs. and other departments of industrial procresR, pub- nsnea in any connrry. ji rnnwiirs iiiwiirwurej i.i all patentees and title of every invention patented acn week- Try it jour mouiua ur uuv uunar. If you have an invention to patent write to 361 Broadway, York. Handbook about patents mailed ire. The Improved White IS Th8 Easiest Selling; Cpwjnrr TVforhinP inThe The Best SstisfyingOcVV lllg IVldCiline vVorfd. itK lntroilnetion and oi-ld-reuowncd reputation was the deatli b!ow to ms;i-pi-ir-d machinrs. There are no Second Hani WMie Sewing MecMbbs in the MarkeL riv - jit t We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Hats, I5oots and Shoes, Gro ories. Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. Our stock of JLnmbcr, Shingles, Doors, TR6AL St T n K "HEAT sTitExcrriiK.vixu : jir.v kuy ouaM:i; K iu-mu euros Willi uii- FREE, EST OF ALL I Cgk? fi GTHFKIKG j ZCl DIES AND if- Jec,m,r:.-TM Etc., is purchased from the manufacturers. and u selected with a knowledge of the want of purchaser!. Agnta Anheuser Beer and Fish Bros. Wajzun : t Vf I I L&i oiu r.nd I-uyMc-a Dcbil- Mtv. Vital Kih:insti.Hi .; Hlerni:;tyrrha?r..'-cmii'.:l : Vv .-al'.css, PrenSdure ! OliFPICiENT TO ! .. ITOMmllls, Scrral : PilOVF TF KFH. : li'M.tl. howov( r comTill- itc n- : extort end from whatever vr inia, inc ; cause prouueeu. j CREATES' j STRENGTH: i i-sBtuiLb A"iO j r.BJUlEt,im. KEKVE T0KICS. ! I the onlr rrmedv thai ; ivh i p.p cckt to ! !Y,HvJi?.-.P"n.VV'"iy : Atf OVS ftpci v 'i'B liissea, l)rai,:s upen u ,c -' : t'icsystcin.n;jlitord:'.v, ; INQ GY LETTER ; hnwrvenhey ccci:r,ni:d :STATINGHISSY!KP.: ' Bbove and n.any : other Kcrvous, lcl;ili ; TOMS AND AGE. : t.Uedand Morbid comlit- j ALL COHMUNICA- ! ??iWpSi3f TI0SIS STRiCTI ! "!fi.er ""aware of tho . ; rcnl caus : UU.HDEN7!AL SY : : I r TTr n r.n . : OFFICE, FKEt. , 'fdi,lti A'SO mires Af.r, VMnrr nnr? TTorln. n plnfuis !i:iri3riii;s.f i-.o'JZl.ioU.Dtjtast-Bof the Fl iCO.l"-.; Oli Iiull it T, l:fHtlf!fr.r m Ront tO CUV adi'rtSS SPt-Tir frr.m i.lwfTVitin'n". ftrllyconiWvutiil. CUItK GUAItA;TEJil. fail or.-uldross Ds?.C. B. SALFIELD, S1G Kearny St., Ban irancif o. Cat, Cirm CiiKtvrt, fir.' r.n.l .oil S rn ihi I.Ci-s r.m! J; dv; l or.- Ci , t:o-, ?;osc, rtr., Ccp;Kr-c ?, d II;o'rh.---;:.:::'.;!: at-r.h, .i.esced Scalp, .md i.: primary '.o r.'. t( t!i di,ciso kiiwn ti Syphiiis. 1'rirn. ! 5 (,'J .-r B.Til,.. t.o Kii liau'i Ci id.n lijinm o. j Cures l'erti iry, jlgrraria!jV?:ii.ilie Rlitu RiaticM. Taini i:i th- Iioncs, I'a'min tlia HkiI, i'k f tin Xi-ck, Uh-er.'.tcd Sars Thio;t, Syphilitic rash, uwa and ci.n tricUd ConN, Stif!.ics3 cf t!ii Linihs, an -l radicatu sil d.jta., frcn, tho sri-cn, wheihtr camed ly iud jor.-ti n cr i;:. ci M-jrcuiy. Laviny Ihff hi wl pure and healthy. lrlet . 3 HO jo," r o!tlo. liti-iinEi'. Golden nIH An I doC t-ir tl: t uru t.t Coiio rlic:a. Oi'et. IiTitati.a Ovsl, r.nl k' l"riii--r or is:;i-t-.l d;arranrK..-i:ti. Ir!:e$'S 33 rier Bottle. I llith u''c(lo i K; i!l In JeU n, t rs:rerc ca ct flinnr-hoa I rtl-urtin.ti y fleet. Strkfir s,ic. Trlcn 81 '' per J?.tllo. l.s I?ic!iii:"j G:lcl-.-:j Oiiimen. (or tv.o tff ctivc h;a;:n-f ..ypiiihtic s-rj, cni crJT.!or. :. H'rimSl o -r SSox lo 1 irh.-.tt's CoM-n I'il .'iVn-c end Era' i t.-.at:i;eN.; I.mj o ;j!iyiial p,--cr, c;-:;T! o.- t.vr-v-r.rii. 1 rusirat:o:i, ,'.2. p.-icc p-r nox. T ;;c r.'l.tl Xci-viilo, btr.i neryv.hciv, C. O. l., locu.-c'y pocked per cxroas. c. r. nicnrt:T" co. , emntm. i. ." U iJJ ;iis-i:!ic ifn-tt. (,r..e. cl v, Mm !"ran. ;v. Cjl. ftniu i.m; m::.i:: f::::! 1 113 WEEKS. The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed, securely wrapped, to an address in the United States for three months on re ceipt of OXE DOliLAK. Liberal discount allowed to postmasters, ascnt and clubs. Sample copies mailed free. Address ali orders to lUCJAUS) K. rox, t'FAXKLIX SvJtTAKK, N. Y. A. T. & S, F, R, R THE GREAT U10UWAY 1T.OM zone fo the Ea w mi HPi I It a 4 EE -a 8 o n Sw s TsZ c i U U 9 s2s ?gE g ii C - a Ta Sis ? a 2 j CC t a i a (32 e i 61 " Makes close connection at Albinjuerque with tne ATLANTIC S PAGiFiO R. R. TO KANSAS CITY And a!! Points in the East. Trains from Doming, N. M.f eonnect at KaiiSas City with trains for CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK Ami all Kastern Cities. lhis is a very important matter as i t i 8 well known and un disputed iactthat many of the so called first-class machines which are offered so die a p n o v- a -da3"s are those that have been b f' a repossessed (that afet -8M is, taken bad WigSSM-' from customer:- isSfffS nt'tor ncm ni,rl rt. ,L"rr ouild and rjut fe?lfe& upon tho market xi2SAsi as new. v n W E 2 g. H 5 " g. o s p Bps: 3 S 5" S 9 ? 2 a a a s a. Prices and Terms Made Satisfactory, dealers wanted WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., CLEVELAND, OHIO ii l. the Weekiy Globe-Democrat (TEN PAGES.) The following comparative statement of a number of the most promi nent Weeklies published in the United States shows conclusively that the WEEKLY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT is from 25 to 50 PER CENT THE CHEAPEST. VrfH'" "!"'M'-5"oTat, t. I.onis, Mo. 1 Page 7 ,ol $1 1'rrVnar1 irvijz nr.runua A:i. oi. IjOUIS, MO WEEKLY TUfHUNE. 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Agent, HAS BEEN EQUIPPED WITH THE ' .RATED GORDON JOB PRESSES Tosjetlier with a larg-e amount of New Type, Ornaments, Rules, Cuts, Borders, Flourishes, Etc., Etc., And we take pleasure in calling the attention of Busi ness men and the public generally, to our unequaled facili ties for Executing every variety of JOB PRINTING. Letter Heads, Eill Heads, Statements, Business Cards, Announcement Cards, Envelopes, Tags, Dodgers, Posters, Circulars, Hand Bills, Tickets, in feci everything in the Printing Line. CLARION PUBLISHING COMPANY, i'JLii'TOX, - . VlfWOXl.