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THE -CLIFTON CLARION.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1887. Jtatsof Speed. Swallows fly tt a rate of 150 to 200 miles an boar. An ice yacht will skim along at 10 miles an hotm The Connecticut cyclone of 1882 did 2G0 miles an hour. The big comet of 1843 reached a speed of 325 miles a second. The earth travels around the 6nn at the rate of 18 miles a sec ond. The electric current in an over heated wire travels 22,500 miles in ft second. Carrier pigeons have flown at the rate of 111 miles an hour, for seven hoars. The shock of the Granada earth quake in 18S4 traveled at the rate of 1,800 miles an hoar. There has been an interesting discussion among railroad men, both in San Francisco and in the East, as to which were the three or four heaviest locomotives built in this country. A very promi Bent San Francisco official says the Canadian Pacific has the heaviest It weighs 160,000 pounds. It is used to haul freight through Kicking Horse pass, in the Rocky mountains. The Southern Pacific has the next largest, weighing 154,000 pounds. Then there is a locomotive on the Northern Pacific of 145,000 pounds. The Brazilian Government had an enginn built a few years ago. which is the fourth largest, weighing 144,000 pounds. An immense photograph, said to be one of the largest in the world, has been taken of the United States Treasury. It meas ures seven feet by four. The total production of coke' i n the United States in 1S86 was 6,833,0S8 short tons. This is the largest production overreached in the United States. ROBERTS & LEAHY, Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Clothing, -And all varieties of- GENERAL MERCHANDISE. tiT" Railroad Avenne, Opposite Dpot.rJ LiOrdsbnrs;, X. 31. Lordsburg, N. M. Under the Management of GEORGE EEEB. Only First-class Hotel In Town. NOTICE TO Taxpayers. NOTICE is hereby given that tlia Da plicate Assessment Roll of the County of Graham for the year 18S7 is now in my possession for the collection of taxes levied therein. Taxes will be delinquent on the third (3d) Monday ot December, and if not paid on that day, or prior thereto, five (5) per cent will be addod to the amount thereof as penalty. Said taxes are payable at the office of the County Treasurer and Ex -Officio Tax Collect or at the town of Solomonville, Gra ham County, Arizona Territory. S. W. POMEROY, County Treasurer A Ex-Oflicio Tax Collector. Tcr Fiied M. Neweix, Deputy. Solomonville, Snpt. 12, 18S7. FREE TRIAL? XKRVITA quickly ure ef- feet 8 of Youthful Errors. Npitou TVhuity. Involuntary Lowes; Ivwtortw It Manhood. 1 a package; 6 for -. Trial package 12 coiitu potitaic. Frw at office. Advice anil consult ation on all Private and Chronic Diseame FrA. IR. A. Ol.iW IC E. Van Huron St., Tor. ( lark. Chicago, HI. Arlinffton Hotel fUYA. Vf EIGHT PURE Used by the United States Government. En dorsed by the heads of the Great Universi ties as the otronjrest. rarest, ana Most Healthful. Dr. Price's, the only Halting Powder that does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. 8nltl only in Cans. PKICK BAKING POWDER CO. NEW TORE. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. c cs o if - o .5 GO "O a C3 O C3 g O ft. 5 H - o 5 3 T E I E 5 CO o W) c CO CO O Send for 76-Page Illustrated Catalogue. MENTION THIS PAPER. IE. Solomon Solomonville, Arizona. DEALER IN Dry Goods ! Boots and Shoes, Canned Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Supplies fob Mixers, Ranchers and .Freighters. WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. A Illacksmitli and Wagon Shop Stocked with complete tools and with com petent workmen en the premises. SHELDON AND SOLOMONVILLE Stage Line, PIKEBIS FREUDENTHAL, Proprietor. The most direct and comfortable route from Clifton and Liortlsbnrjr Solomonville and Settle ments on the j!ila. Parties from Lordshnrff or Duncan wish ing to take stage can do so by telegraphing station agent at Clifton. Leaves Sheldon. Tuesdays andSaturdays rare. ..... 5 After Forty years experience id the ia - 'mi rvptm.ivn ui mora than One Hundred '::0Tari applications for patol in 1 hint and Foreisn conn tries. tO publishers of ih Scienttiio Araerican continue to act as solicitors for patents, caveats, trade-mark eopy riirtiTS. gul. for tha United StatA.aiid to obtain patents in Uanaoa, bngiana. r ranee, Vermanr, and all other countries Their experi enc is laieoaJad n4 their facilities are auaur pawd. Drawintrs and specificatione prepared and filed In the Patent Office on ahorfc notice. Tenun very reasonable, fio charxe for examination of model or drawinf. Advice by mail free PatenUoMaint'd throuch Munn Co.arnaticed in the St IKNT1 KIC A MEKJCA.V, which has the lanrust circntation and is the uoMt intluential nowspaper of its kind published in the world. The advantages of such a noUce every patentee understands. This larre and p1nr1idW illustrated newspaper Is published WLKkL. at $3 00 a year, and is admitted to be the boat paper devoted to science, mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and other departments of industrial progress, pub lished in any country. It contains the names of all patentees and title of every invention iatnted ea. h wevk. Try it four moutus for one dollar. Sold bv all newsdealers. If yoa have an invention to pAforrt write to Munn fc Co publihrs of ocientiho Aiuwricao, t It roadway. S York Handbook about patvnU mailed fxeev (ClffiM CO Brlaa BUB, SCT" The Leading INDAUER, Lubricating and Coal NAILS AND Eclipse, Pomeroy Sec and Elite Sec STTJDEBAKER :-: WAGONS. The largest Stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods and Stetson's Hats We are prepared to furnish goods in carload lots or smaller quantities. Correspondence solicited. DF.MIAU, - - - Solomon, Wickersham & Company TETISTOX Cochise Co. A.T. FORWARDERS. Goods marked to onr care promptly for warded to Fort Bowie. Solomonville. Saf fonf, Smithville, Fort Thomas. San Carlos and Globe. We carry at all times a full stock of General Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Gro cries, Crockery, Hardware, Liquors, Tobacco & Cigars. Our stock of Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Etc., is purchased from the manufacturers. and is selected with a knowledge of the wants of purchasers. Agents Anheu er Beer and Fish Bros. Wagons GEO. LANPHER, Harnessmaker and Saddler, SOLOMONVILLE. Repairing Promptly and Satisfactorily Done. CARRIAGE -TRIMMING A SPECIALTY. XV. C. XV. SMITH, Poet office address. Solomonville. Graham County. Arizona. Range, north side Gra ham mountains. t attle branded V O on left side, ear mark nnder half crop the riht, swallow fork the left. Horse brand, same as cow brand, on rump. WARD & COURTNEY. i Catf brand Oar W C on left aide. Horse brand C on left hip. Ear marks Crop the right. Itange on the Gila river near Duncan. PoMt Office address Duncan, Graham Co., Arizona. $l,000fi?cS SWAKD! PT- I de- call attention to rks and brands le. an hIiowd in Cllt. 1 IW'.I no t-to k cattle, and will rav $1.UM rewHnl for th ar j rest and conviction of any person oi wrwuw unlawfully handling cuttlo iu tiie following brands ami marks. J. II. HAHrNOX. P. O.: El Paso, Texas, ltanch r. O.: Thom as, Arizona. Range, on Eagle creek, Graham county, Arizona. Ear marks, crop and split left, crop right, llorn brant, 4 on the luftsboulJei. Mercantile House of ORMSER & pOM'Y, WIIOI.F.SALE AM) It ETA 1 1, DEALER Oils, Flour, Hay.Grain and Potatoes, Steel, Iron WIRE, SADDLES AND HARNESS. CHAMPAGNE, BEER,: - - - CAMP THOMAS Blacksmith and Wagon ShoD, Has been Be opened with a com petent Smith and Woodwork er in attendance. ItEPAIItlXG Neatly and Promptly Done. HOKSE SHOEING a specialty. All kinds of Stock both of WOOD AND IRON for sale GEO. F. KILMER, Prop Is! The half way Station between Solomonville, -AND- Bowie Station, And the only place on the road at which Water, Hay and Grain -AND- WINES, LIQl'ORS AND CIGARS. C3y""And Good Heals can bo Procured at Reasonable Rates. J. E. BAILEY, Proprietor. Watches and Clocks REPAIRED, AND REVOLVERS, :-. SHOT GUNS SEWING MACHINES, ETC. Cleaned and put in condition. J. FRED D ALTON, Camp Thomas, Graham County, Ariz. Mml n -n MM li W bo m m r M Pis III fulfill!! the Southwest. 52 IX Falks' Schlitz' and Anheuser. - . SEW MEXICO M0RENCI AND CLIFTON Stage & Express Line Carrying U. S. Mails Daily, Sundays Excepted. Stages carrying passengers and express leave Clifton at 7 a. m.; returning leave Morenci at UO a. m. IIF.XKY HILL., Proprietor. THE CLIFTON DRUG STORE. Under the New Management carries a Fall Line of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC., ETC. HAIX STREET. A. C. REARDON. Prop. SQUARE DEALIXG SHOE SHOP, MAIN STREET CLIFTON. Men's Boots ...AND... Women's Fine Shoes Made in the latest Eastern styles. HcAVcd AVorlc a. Hpcolalty. Repairing neatly and promptly done. W. C BLANK, Proprietor. DETROIT HOUSE MAIN STREET, SOLOMONVILLE, ARIZONA. Having been thoronfihly refitted is again open for the reception ot gnests. Every effort will be made to make this Honse First-Ciass in every particular. BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. TERMS REASONABLE. J. M. MOORE, Prop. 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 X7"Iiies and Cigrars Both Domestic and Foreign. Ranch Supplies a Specialty. Post Office adjoining the store. Pomeroy's Stage Line Bowie StationVia Solomonville T O FORT THOMAS. A daily line of Stages is running between the above points, con necting at Solomonville with stage line for Clifton and Upper Gila, at Bowie Station with the Southern Pacific railroad, and at Fort Thomas with stage line to and from Globe. Hew Concori Coaches and POMEROY'S CORRALS, Bowie Station & Solomonville, Arizona. Have accomodation for fifty head of stock. Hay and grain in unlimited quantities. Competent and trustworthy hostlers always in attendance. Charges Reasonable. Special lor Hire MAIN OFFICE AT SOLOMONVILLE. S. W. POMEROY, S-S L sig? cog So m $ -it oS r J festal' l l J J ts a DC J Y KM ia I I- w w s 2 a Q THE CLIFTON Earlier :-: HAS URE.V AT THE OLD STAXI) Next Door to the Post Office SHAVING, SHAMP00NING, HAIRCUTTING, AT TIIE USUAL, PRICES. FRANK WOODARD, Proprieto JAMES SIAS, General Blacksmith ....AND.... HORSE SHOER. Shop, Slain Street, - CLIFTOX In all its branches done with promptness, and at reasonable prices. A Specialty Made of Shoe ins Horses EXTRA HIGH TERMS Agents who have had fine success should write to us in a letter (no postal cards) name of booke, date, number sold in what time, what trms received (fuivl particu lars), and obtain from ns new plans and extraordinary discounts to better them- seives on new and fast-selling books. HEN It Y BUCKUN & CO.. St. LouisMo. AGENTS WANTED for the most complete popular family phys ician book ever produced. Select something THOROUGHLY USEFUL, of TRUE VALUE, and sales are always sure and large. ENTIRELY NEW, up to the very latest science, yet in plain language. A GREAT NOVELTY in all its Darts and attracts instant attention. 250 engravings. The most profusely and beauti fully illustrated book of the kind ever got np. BEST OF ALL, it is BY FAR the LOWEST PRICED ever published less than half the cost of any decent volume yet out. Agents who are tired of struggling with high-priced books, write for particulars of this great new departure in bookselling. 1'L.ANJiT rUBLliSmtii.U.. 203 Pine Street. ST. LOUTS. Mf 30 day's time given Agents without capital. THE CREAM OF ALL BOOKS OF ADVENTURE Comdenstd into One Volume. PIONEER! DARING HEROES ! DEEDS. The thrilline adventures of all the hero ex plorers and frontier fighters with Indians, outlaws and wild beasts, over our whole eountry.f mm the earliest times to the present. Lives and famous exploits of DeSoto.LaSalle, 8tandisli. Boone, Kenton, Brady, Crockett, Bowie, Houston. Carson. Custer, California Joe. Wild Bill. Buffalo Bill. (Generals Miles and Crook, great Indian (Tiiefs and scores or others. pinaiaiy iiinNiraiea with 220 fine engravings. AttKXTS WAXTEIK Low-priced, and beats any thing to sell. Time for payments allowed agents short of Tonus. ii. sua ri w :. i it a. in., sr. l-uuts, no Id tie Eest of Horses on Ms Line. rates forfpermanent Livery. Teams and Sale. Proprietor. HEALTH. ase. Im Rlchan's Golden Balsam Xo. 1 Cures Chancres, first and second suyet; 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 u Syphilis. Price, 85 OO per Bottle. le Richan'a Golden Balsam So. a Cures Tertiary, MercurialSyphilitic Rheu matism, Pains in the Bones, Pains in the Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Soro Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lumps and con tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates all disease from the system, whether caused by indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, leaving the blood pure and healthy. Price S5 00 per Bottle. Lc Riehau'a Golden Spanish Anti dote for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Irritatien Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price S3 50 nor Bottle. ' , Le Riehan'i Golden Spanish In jection, for severe cases of Gonorrhea, Inflammatory Gleet. Strictures,&c. Price SI SO per Bottle. Le Indian's Golden Ointment for the effective healing of Syphilitic Sores, and eruptions. Price SI OO per Box. Le Rlehaa's Golden Pills Nerve and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow er, excess or over-work, Prostration. et& Price S3 00 per Box. Tonic and Nervine, Sent everywhere, C. O. D., securely packed per express. C. F. RICHARDS & CO. , Affenta, 427 & 429 Sansome street. Corner Clay, San Francisco, Cal. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. REJUVENAT0R. tOl HE GREAT : -- STRENGTHKNIJTd REMEDY and KERVK TONIC cores with un- failing certainty Kerv- ous and Physical Debil jity. Vifcil Exhaustion, : 8permaturrhcea,Memin:;L : Weakness, Prenfature Decline, Organic Weak : iii-ss. Prostatitis, Rpxmtl Decline and Lossof Man- hood, however compli- cated anil from whatever I TRIAL j BOTTLE j FREE, j SUFFICIENT TO I PROVE THE IHEM 1 ITS OF THIS, THE j GREATEST OF ALL j STRENGTHENING j REMEDIES AND cause produced. JftEaUVEMtTOIt. NERVE TONICS, ! Is the only remedy that ;uml RP!PiTTn:PiriCiV'"is .Permanently : WILL BE SENT TO : all Involuntary Weaken laMY OVF SPPIY '"B Losses, Drains upon :A.I UMt AKPLT- : Uie system, night or dnv. llNfi BY LETTER, li-Wier they occur, oiid : witch are the true causo : STATING HIS SYKP- ' the above and many T.. :otlier Nervous, Debill- :T0MS AND AGE. : titedandMnrWdcondit : si i rnuuiiiiw. ilons, and from which. : ALL COMMUNICA- : THOTJiSAIs-DSOFMJi.V ITI0NS STRICTLY sulfcr nnaware of the i . iu i l i : real cuisa. Uetter or at! : OFFICE, FREE. (BEJUVBUTOlt. Also cures Ar.r. tri.lno ,y Rlsdrler Onm- plaiuts.Impuritip!to tiie Blood, Diseases of the Skin, Pimples, Kruptions. etc. Price, lja a bottle, or 5 hottles for $10. Sent to nv adilri-ss Rei-ure from observation and strictly confidential. CURK GUARANTEED. Call or address . DR.C. D. SALFIELD, 910 licarny St., San Fraud o, Cal. Notice of Pre-emption Proof (Uerlaratory (Statement 'So. 1387.) United States Land Office. ) Tresov, Arizona, September 7, A.D. 1887. S UTH E is hereoy given mat the follow-inir-named settler has filed notice of hi intention to make final proof in snpport of his claim, and that said Droof wi II ha made before George H. Stevens, Clerk of the United States District Court, at Solomon ville, Arizona, on the 20th day of October, 18M7, viz.: John B. Groesbeck of Safford, Arizona, for lota 14 and 15 and west half of southwest auarter section S. townshin 7. smith ruins aj east, Gila and Salt River meridian. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz.: J. C. Glasby. of Saf ford, Arizona, James Morris, of Saftord, Arizona, Ren M-Crawford, of Solomonville Arizona, Lambert Frye, of Solomonville' Arizona. A. D. DUFF, Reeister- . First pnb'ication September, 11, lti87 mm Kir -