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Stage THE CLIFTON CLARION. omeroy s me. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1?8T. The best material for fattening fowls 13 sweet potatoes anil corn meal. IIDAUER, WORiSER & fiOl'Y, Samuel .1. TilJen left property in England valued at from ?G00, 000 to $800,000. Some years ago it was the style for people to tlress up ; of lato we Dotice that, fashionable ladies are inclined to dress down. "I want to place a column ad. in yenr paper," he said to the editor, "calling attention to my special brand of 'Old Raven' whisky." "All right, sir," responded the editor briskly, 'Til be at your service in a moment." Then be went to the speaking-tube and whispered to the foreman, "Kill that editorial on 'The Curse of Hum.' " Dr. Rudd of this city is a man of new ideas. He is the only man in Albany who puts a fly-net un der the belly of a horse instead of on its back. The doctor says that the belly is mnch more tender than the back of any animal, and for that reason a horse is more tor mented by flies on the under por tion ot his body than he can ever be on his back. We begin to think that the doctor is right, and that the world has been " going it blind " on fly-nets for moro than a century. Albany Post It was at-w Bungalow dinner at London, last Sunday, and the con versation turned upon sleepless ness and troubled nights. One of the guests, a parson, up and spake : "Really," said he, "1 don't know where you would find a qui eter sleeper than I." Whereupon Mrs Parson, whose half tumbler of claret-cup had been twice tilled up, replied: " John, John, how can you say so 7 Yhy you're the most rest less man I ever slept with!" They had a baby show in a French town lately which brought forth some remarkable corres pondence. One enterprishing but behind-tho- times Frenchwoman wrote to say that if they had only given nine months' notice she would have sent the star baby Another foramina creature beggbd the management to postpone the show four months, as she was not quite ready to compete, and still another called time on two months. Lovely woman to the front, as usual San Francisco Report. Parties who havo recently re turned from a visit to the north ern part of. the Territory report that large numbers of migratory stock are at present being grazed in that section by the cattlemen of Southern Utah. No taxes are paid on such herds, either in Utah or Arizona, as the owners drive them across the dividing line so as to scape the tax assessors of both Territories. It is an ontrage to have the cattle, sheep, etc, of other Territories feed on the ranges that are beginning to be '.badly needed by our people with out any compensation whatever. Rut how to redress the wrong is a problem that yet seeks solution. Hoof and Horu. There are several remedies for perspiration of the feet, and here are some of them : Apply with a sponge, without rubbing, a solu tion of thirty grains each of burnt alum and boric acid in one ounce of rose water just as soon as the bhoes and stockings are removed. Repeat every two or three days in the evening. A pharmacist, who regards the difficulty as due to fermentation caused by the paste used by shoemakers for fastening insoles into shoes, directs a pow der, consisting of about equal parts of boric and salicylic acid?, to be sprinkled in the shoes, and we are told the trouble ceases. Another pharmacist, who has de voted considerable attention to tho difficulty in question, highly recommends the application of a mixture of ono part of tli9 oleate of zinc with ten parts of zinc. Yiennse Las mad& some careful observations concerning this dis tressing infirmity. He alleges that the condition may be en tirely and permanently cured by rubbing into the feet finely pow dered subnitrate of bismuth. The action of the drug appears to be purely local. It toughens the bkin, and at the same time proba bly modilies tho character and i-mouat of perspiration by affect ing the glauds. It is possible, the writer adds, that bismuth lias some influence npon the capillary circulation of tho parts. There are some iu which the excessive 1 erspii-utiou continues in spite of the treatment, but even then bis muth deprives tbo perspiration of its foetic odor and relieves the ten iVna'ss. Rp,uL!yn Cilieu. SPECIAL i; NATURAL FRWT FLAVORS MOST'FERFECT MADST Prepared with strict rcsard to Pnrity, Strr ppth. nnti HvalthrnliwK. Ir. Price is the only Rakiiij; Powder that contain no Ammonia, i.ime or Alum. Ir. Prire" Extract, Vanilla, Lemon, rtc. flavor deliriously. PRICE flUV, mm CO, fkiras ni Rt. low. LB. Solomon Ssloiiionviile, Arizona. DEALER IS Dry Goods! Boots and Shoes, Canned Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Supplies for Miners, Ranchers and Freighters. WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. A Blacksmith and Wngon Shop Stocked with complete tool and with com petent workmen on the premises. GEO. LANPHER, Harnessmaker and Saddler, SOLOMONVILLE. Reiwikixo Promptly and Satiskactor i ly Done. CARRIAGE- TRIMMING A SPECIALTY. F. E. McGrlNNESS, Post Trader, Fort Thomas, Ariz. Keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of Gents Furnishing Goods Dry Goods & Groceries Fiuent brands of T77"Ines and Cigars Roth Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty. Post Office adjoining the store. SHELDON AND SOLOMONVILLE Stage Line, IMMESl'S FKEl'DENTIIAL, Proprietor. The most direct anil comfortable, route from Clifton and Ionlsbnrs Molomniiville and Settle ments on the iiila. Part ios from Lori'shan? or T)iinran wish- lrnr tc lake stae ran do ao b telCKrnphing laucn hkvui at V litlon. Leaves Sheldon. TucmJaja and ..Saturdays Fare. ho mora nil On lltin.lroii Thousand applications for pateiitd in tho L'nitcd MnU-s anil F"rcifrn omn- p.o hd n:.lil.AAr nf tu. s:. . ;.,...,. American continue ton'! an solicitfira mr iwwrniB, v-neai!S i r;i(ia-iuarH. copy riflits. eta., for the United Ma i. ami to obtain patents in Canada, England. Fnmv, Ceruiauy. and all othr cmntri"t Tueir etin-ri-me is uue-pialtd and their facilities are uusur paxsed. Urawinn and -peciftcAtins prepared and fiid In the Patent Otticecm short notice. Tenm viTjr rtannabl-. io charge for examination of inodeta or dratrinir. Advu-e by mail free I'stcn- nhtain-d : hrooeh MunnAOo.ar notirod In the Si'lKXTIFIC A MKItIC-V'liiuh ha th laiv-it cin nUi ion aud is the most imluential nw6p2pcr of ita kind published in tue worUl. Tho atrantagca of dj'h. a notice every pateutue) understands. Tn:i iariro and pTpndidljr illustrated iieT!ipapor is pLintishfd WICKJvIY at year, end ia admitted to be tho pwrdovotHl to cietR-t mechanics, inventions e:mtnH-rin works and other departments of industrial proereBM, pult-ii.-jfd iu any ronn'ry. It contains l ho nimifs of all ptteutuud nnd t ill of very invention p.-irfnrd eacn we.-It. Try it four months foruue dcliar. SoM br all new?dcaltrs. If yon have an invention to tatnt write to V.i'm A Co., p-.h'.i-her ot c;enti!ic Ann-ricao. H .r.iix-o.. asiout p.it- t:t-i mailed, free. L-35rL'3 After FortvrMrs' S3 Hrl t ' ' vrfimr.it ion of Lubricating and Coal NAILS AND Eclipse, Pomeroy Sec and Elite Sec STUDEBAKER :-: WAGONS. The largest Stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods and Stetson's Hats. "We aro prepared to furnish goods in carload lots or smaller quantities. Correspondence solicited. Solomon, Wickersham & Company TEYISTON; Cochise Co. A. T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to our wire promptly for warded to Fort Bowie. Solomonvillo. Suf- ford. Sraithville, Fort Thomas, San Carlos ' and Globe. Wo carry at all times a full stock of j General Merchandise Consisting of Pry Gootls, Clothinar, Notions, Hats, IJoots and Shoes, Gro crics. Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. Our stock of Lnmlier, Shingles, Ioor, Etc., is pnnhasetl tlie manufacturers, and is selected vith a knowleile of the wants of purchasers. AspntM Anhcnscr Beer nnd Visb Urns. Wagons X. V. W. SMITH, L A rotfdlii'adtlrs. Solomon villo, (Iralinm County. Arizona, itane, north 8ido Gra ham mountains. t'attle bmnilinl V O on left fii!o. eir ninrk under half crop the ri.iit. nwallow fork the lft. Hon brand, smut1 as cow brand, on ramp. WARD & COURTNEY. Catll-Irand- liar V C on left side. Horse brand W C on l.-ft hip. Ear marks Crop the richt. Kaime on the Gila river near Duncan. Post Office athlns Duneau. (iraham Co.. Arizona. 1 AAA KKWAKD! lr I do I I 19 S3 a sin-to cai! attention to I I 1 1 f 1 I my niarkM and hrandn w J J for cut tie. as nhown in ' .... i -...li .... -i- cut. I no sto.k cattle, nnd will pay l.uxi reward for the ar rest and conviction of any person or (mtsjouk unl.-iwfjilly liandlin; cattle in the followiiij,' bRuub..in.arkk J. II. ISAMTNOV. I 0.:KlPa.o,TexaF. Itauch I'. 0.: Thom as. Arizona. IUukc, on Eagle creek, Graham county, Arizona. Ear marks, cmp and split left, crop ri;ht. Hor?e brand. on tlie left shoulder. efegjp Est ray Notice. I have taken np and had in by possesion nince .May id, lvJ. two Jackasses, one inoiitie coloroil jack about nine years old. branded J on rijrht side of neck and M on left .shoul der, ami on' small black jack, iihout eigh teen months old, no brands, riirlit ear split. Owner can have property by proving owner ship ai.d paying chart's. Jose Oovzm.k. J. P. I'n-einct No. S. ttlonionville, G rahaiu- bounty, Arizona J 1 t ! - FREETRiALHkSjMi Krror, N'-rvous nebi'ity. Tnviluntary Is; l "tores m Manl.ooii. si a package: (i for Trial package 1J cets postage. Fr-e :-t office. Advice an i cons:!1' at ion (fn all Private and t'hronic Disease Kr e. he:, a. Wl E. Van Hmt ji Sr.. Tor. ( l u k. 1 .i-a:.o. II!. WHOLESALE AI KKTAIL I KALI". Oils, Flour, Hay.Grain and Potatoes, Steel, Iron, WIRE, SADDLES AND HARNESS. CHAMPAGNE, BEER, CA3IP THOMAS Blacksmith and Wagon Shop, Has been lie opened with a com petent Smith and Woodwork er in attendance. It E PAIRING Neatly and Promptly Done. HORSE SHOEING a specialty. All kinds of Stock both of WOOD AND IRON for sale GEO. F. KIL3IEIJ, Prop. alley's Wells! Tho half way Station between olofflofiviile, -AND- Bowie Station Ami the ouly place oa the road at which W ater, Hay and Grain - AND WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS. t?And Good MenN can bo Procured al Reason uble Itatog. J. E. BAILEY. Proprietor. Watches end Clocks REPAIRED, -AND- REVOLVERS, :-: SHOT GUNS SEWING MACHINES, ETC. Cleaned and put in condition. -- mA J. FRED BALTOIT, Camp Thomas, Graham County, Ariz, Hi if " 0 81 liFi If tl rs? Dry ; -3..cs ?.i! .A ' .:.i3? "Ej Its IX Falks', Schlitz and Anheuser. IMORENCI AND CLIFTON Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stamps carrying patseenKers and express leave C'lifUm at 7 a. m.; retarninB leave Morenci at ll;3t a. m. IIF.XKV HILL, I'loprietor. THE CLIFTON DRUG STORE. Under the New Management carries a Full Line of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC., ETC. STItFKT. A. C. REARDON. Prop. gqUAKE DEALISG SHOE SHOP, MAIN STItEET CLIFTON. uen.'s Boots ....AND... Women's Fine Shoes Made in the latest Eastern styles. Sewed "Worlc a, fSiooialty. Repairing neatly and promptly done. W. C BLANK, Proprietor. DETROIT HOUSE MAIN STItEET, SOLOMONVILLE, ARIZONA. Having been thoroughly refitted is aain tiprn for the reception of guests. Every effort will liemado to make thia House iirsuCiass in every particular. BOAKD BY THE DAY, WEEK OK MONTH. TEUMS ItEASO.NAHLE. J. M. MOORE, Prop. JAMES SIAS, Genera! Blecksmilh ....AND.... iShop. Main street. . CLIITOX First Class Blacksmithing In all iU branches dono w.h promptness, and at reiibtmable prices. A Specialty 33aie of JS5oc- Bowie Station via Solomonville t o : . FORT THOiAl4 A daily line of Stages is rnnning between the above points, con necting at Solomonville with stage line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacilic railroad, and at Fort Thomas with stage line to and from Globe. New Concord Coaclies an4 tie Bcm iE Station & Solomonville, Arizona. Have accomodation for fifty head of stock. Hay and grain iu unlimited quantities. Competent and trustworthy hostlers always in attendance. Charges Reasonable. Special rates forpermanent Livery. Teams for Hire and Sale. MAIN OFFICE AT S. W. PO&1EROY, Proposals Wanted! Office op Board of Scper- visoes, County of Graham Territory of Arizona NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of the County of Ciraham, Territory of Arizona, will receive sealed proposals, np to 12 o'clock sr., August 30, 18S7, for the building of a Hospital at Solomon ville, Arizona, upon the Court House grounds. Said Hospitr.l to be built according to the plans and specifica tions on file in the office of said Board of Supervisors. Bids must be accom panied by a copy of this notice and a good and sufficient bond in the sum of 1,000 for ths faithful per formance of the contract, if awarded. Proposals to be filed with the Clerk of the Board and to be endorsed "Pro posals to Build Hospital." The Board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids. P. MlCHELENA, Clerk Board of Supervisors. Dated at Solomonville, Arizona, July ISth, 1S87. Sheriff' Sale. John Anderson Tn th "Distru't Conrt of tlto first Judicial Dis trict of Arizona. Order IVter Morn and of enle and decree of foreclosure. Martha iu. More, Under nnd bv virtue of an order of sale nnd decree of foreclosure isi-uod out of the Dis trict court of the First Judicial District of Arizona, in and for the Count r of Graham, on the hi;t day of July, 187, in the above en titled action, wherein John Anderson, the above named name;! plaintiff, obtained a judgement aiid decree against Peter More and Martha K. More, defeuuants, on the 13th day of Muy, 185, which eai docree was on the 1st day of July, 187, recorded in judtre ment book A, of eaid court, at pages 8t to 90, I am commanded to pell all the rlsM, title and interest of said Peter More and Martha E. More, of. in and to, all thufc certain lot, piece or parcel of land and irrigating-ditches, situated in the Courty of Graham, Territory of Arizona, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: The southeast quarter of section 35, and the northeast quarter of sec tion Ivtth in township numbrr 4, south of rane 2.( east. Gila aud Sait iliver meridian, also the undivided two-thirds interest of the "Clanton" ditch running through said south east quarter of section 35, and the undivided one-half interest of the McMurren ditch run ning through said northeast quarter of sec tion Stf. Notice is hereby given that on Thursday the 11th day of August. 17, at 10 o'clock a. m of that day, in front of the Court House in Solomonville, County of Graham. Terri tory of Arizona, I will iu obedience to Hud order of sale and decree of foreclosure, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plain tiff's judgement with interest tliereou nnd costs, to the highest and best bidder for cash, in lawful money of the United States. Hen M. Crawford, Sheriff. Solomonville, July 16th, 1S87. Notice of Preemption Proof. (Declaratory Statement o. 1410.) United States Land Office. Tccson, Arizona, July, fl, A. D. JnST. S. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support f Ids claim, and that said proof will be made be fore George H. Stevens, Clerk of the District Court at Solomonville, Arizona, on the 24th day of Septemler, lri7, viz: Jesus Vialobes of Solomonville, Arizona, for lota 10 and 11 and the south half of the southwest qu.irter of section 17. township 7. south range 21 east, Gila and Salt river meridian, containing Kht 9-10 acres. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of. said land, viz: Frank tournis, Jose Gonzales, Manuel Michelena and Edwardo Soto, all of Solo monville, Arizona, A. D. DUFF, liegister. First publication July 20th, 1887. Notice of Pre-emption Proof. (.Declaratory Statement Xo. 13H.1.) United States Land Office, Ttphon, Arizona, July 27. A. D.. 17. j NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler lias hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before tho Clerk of the U. S. District Court at Solomon ville, Arizona, on tho ilth day of beptember, 1nS7. viz: Robert Peel, of Safford, Graham County, Arizona, for the southeast quarter of eon. It west quarter section 17, township 7, souih range 2'i east, Gila aud Salt river meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said l;ind.vi: Johu Walk'T, Thomas Quinn. George Morris and Adam Walker, all of Safford, Arizona. A. D. DUFF, Register, First publication August 3, 1S37. Notice of Homestead Proof. ilorocMtead Application Xo. 11. Unites States Lan Office. ( Tucson, Arizona, July Ti, A. 1., 17. NOTU'liia hereby given that the following niiDied pettier han hietl noticu of his inten tion to uiriie finnt prfvtf in huotL of his e'alir.. 3!i(l tht suid proof will oe iiuulu hi' fore Ihe Clerk of the U. S. 'lKt-i-t Court nt Solomonville. Arizona, on the ilth dny of SeptemlMT. lsT, viz: Monroe W. ( urtiB. of ( nrtuj. tiranam i.., Am jna, for the northeaet quarter sei tion I, lovnnipo, HIHIU nuiKO, -t e.ii, uiw aim SaH river raeridiiin. He names the following witnesses to prove his coutiuuoun resiileiK- npon and eultiva tion of. said land, viz: John Hininis. lievi N. I nr: is. V. H. Hawkins andT. V. Kullcr, all of Curtis, Uraiiam Couuty, Arizone. A. 1). 1)1 V r , Ueirister. I'iml pnhlii'iil-on .;i:!st : iT, j Best of Horses on Oris Line. SOLOMONVILLE. - Proprietor. THE CLIFTON Barter :-: HAS HKKX AT THE OLD STAXD Next Door to the Post Office. SHAVING, SHAMP00NING, HAIRCUTTING, AT THE TSrAIi PRICKS. FRANK WOODARD, Proprietor. fst-. a iw "i HEALTH DISEASE Le Richrms Gol.len Balsam Xo. 1 Cures Chancres, first and second stages; Sores cn the Legs and Body; Sore Kara, Eyes, Nose, etc.. Copper-colored Blotches, Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all primary forms of the disease known aa Syphilis. Prico, 5 00 per Hot tie. lie Rich ans Gulden Balsam o. 9 Cures Tertian. Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu matism, Pains in tho Bones, Pains in tho Head, hack of tha Neck, Ulcerated Soro Throat, Syphilitic Hash, Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, anJ eradicates all disease from the system, whether caused hy indiscretion or bnso of Mercury, leaving" the blxtd pure ana healthy. Price S3 00 per Pottle. Lc Kichau'a Golden !4rra.nish Anf i dote for tho euro of Gonorrhcca, Gleet, Irritation Gravel, and a;l Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price $ 50 ler Bottle. le Hicliaii's Golden Spanisli In jection, for severe cas"sof Gonorrhoea, Inflrmimato-v Cleet, Strietures,ic. Price $1 r. per' Bottle. Le iiiclinti'i Golden Ointment for the eflf ctivc hcalinof syphilitic Soros, and eruptions. Price S I CO per Box. Le K lc hail's Golden PR's Nerve and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow er, excess or over-work, Frustration, etc Price 53 CO per Box." Tonic ni.d Nervine, Sent ever'wherc, C. O. B., tceurely packed per express. C. F. RICHARDS 6c CO. , Agents, 427 L 4i9 Sansome street. Corner Clay, San Francisco, Cnl. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. REJUVENATQR. - : x STRENGTH EX TX( i TRIAL : REMEDY aiidXKUVE TONIC cures with iin- i BOTTLE j : i.nunff cort:tinty Norv : ous and rhysira! l)i ijt! ; ity. Vit.d ExhrntstiPM, i SptTm:itorrlice:i..Si,iiiin; L ! Vvr :ikiu'3S, Preisuuiin J.'cclun, Organic W'im':- ! FREE, ' CoFriClENT TO j ;ti'. ss, Prost.iiins, Nctli:;! : I iec.iuo and Li-ssof M.tn- : PHOVE THE ME 3- : V'fd. hmyevi-r compH : t'.i(fi aim fn.m whuievcr i 173 CF THIS, THE cause produced. i GRtATECTGFALL j STnENGTKEWING j Qjfi ! NERVE TONICS, i Is the only romcdytlv.it : .. . : l'l'evcnts pi-rm:tnct)tly' : WILL EE SENT TO sill involuntary Wi-aln n- :ANT UWS APPLY- : ccsystom. ntehtord:!-. : INft RY LFTTFR : l:"uvcrtuoy 04Vi:r,nnl :lu ur LCIItK, :w!:1rhnrotlictri'.orai:so I STATiNGHIS SYMP-: of the above nnU many : ! other Nervous, XMiili- IT0MS AND AGE. :. t itodainl iIorhiflHmlit mill from wl:tch : ALL COMMUNICA- :'j iiOL'SAXI)SOFMi:.V jTIOBS STRICTLY i?SSc,Sware oi '" j CO.i'!DtNTiAL BY ! IF'? ??, '? P i LETTER OT AT j 7yIY Also ciirfsAr.r, Kidney nnd Bladder Com- Eliiitil,!:iiji;ir:iii-s f t.f l'Uni, Diseases of llio kin, i'imp'os, r'.ni'li'':;s.'l'. rriv,-it:t tn.it lc. or "l't tics for ?I0. Sent to niiv adthrss secure from observer inn nnl strictly roi i fhifiitiaL CL'ltK G U Alt AN TEK1. (.'all oriuidrcss Dr?.C D. SALFIELD, 216 Kearny St., San 1 rands' o, CuU NOTICE OF FOHFEITlTtE. T V. M. Mc(irillit, yon ar hendiy ih t'ficd tlmt IIm undorsined has xiKndefl one hnn drol istM do! ht rM in labor and improve ments upon t!ic V:initH', sitnntfd in i-ir-n-lcetiold .ilfinntaiii idinin Dirt riot, in t ho. ( 'ounly of (irnhnin and Territory of Arizona, in oriler to hold said prtmtscs under the tr visions of section of the revised statutti tf the U ailed Suites, bcin the aiaount re ijiiired to hold fie same fr the year emlinir Duci'inber :lst issti. and if within U dayp aT ler the publication of this notice you fail or refuse f '!itribi:te your proportion of so ;h expenditure as co-owner, your interest in s.i:tl ciaini will become the property of the su:w criber under the said section i:fjl. .1. K. SMAUT Vir-t puMir:iiiTi V:.y 1.1 7. ill rnVlSp tf tew w UEJUVEMTQ&