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AVEDXKsEAV AUGUST 11 183. The editor of thi3 paper will take a much-needed rest and vacation. He is physically and' mentally "played out." During his absence the paper will Tie in the hands of P. J. Clark, a capable writer, and the editor turns the paper over to his temporary charge with the belief that The Clarion will be improved through tuuity to n the reverse lever e fleet -II r. Clark's efforts and onr re't. lively, the whole train was derailed i before its urocress was cheeked. The fcdierill f helan i. up uom eountv scat. thoj Mrs. C. Utile came in last Saturday to join her husband. C. "V. Jordan left last week for a short trip to his home in Clinton. Mo. Anew sewing machine for sale cheap. Particulars at The Clarion ce Col. M. J. Egaa left for Tucson Tuesday morning. He will be absent several davs. It is reported that the Detroit Cop-' per company of Morenci will resume operations this week. . restaurant keeper, received a slight John II. Hovey received this weekly ,n (he back of lbe LeaJ a windmill, which he will erect nearly WM viewed by (Le nv6rt ci3 property at soutn mion. Ignacio Campbell is btill bringing in some remarkably rich specimens lrom his Refugio mine in Gold Gulch. The infant son of G. C. Everett, mention of whose birth was made three or four weeks ago, died last night D. Gougb. has still a force of men nt j work upon the Copper Jviug mine and everything continues to look liaelv. Genial Joe Leahy of Lordsharg paid friends iu Clifton and Longfel low a welcome visit last Saturday and Sunday. Charlie Hanson is down from Gran ville and reports himself exceedingly well satisfied with "nis prospects in that district The Coon mill on Chase crei-k is shut down temporarily pending the Arrival of a new pump from St Louis, which is expected to arrive daily. Mrs. J:unc3 Stas kindly remember ed The Clarion onk-c this week with a box of delicious assorted California fruit, for which she has our thanks. A party consisting of Jim Smith, Chas. Eoyce, Chapman the tourist and 'Willie Moore left Monday morn ing for a trip up the Blue in 6carch of health and recre "tion. The A. & X. Railroad have pro mulgated a new freight tariff, princi pally affecting rates in copper and coke. It is arranged on a scale afiect ed by the ruling market price of cop gor. Road Overseer Sias ha3 a gang of! men at work this week repairing the I rnnnfr rr.nrl In tl, Wm ! O ..." ... . . . wnicn Was DaalV Washed OUt DV a nnnti.r..nn;.'.f ; i.i," . recent Ileay Etorill m tuat neighbor-if hood. Santiago Lopez and Jose Maria Fernandez were fined $60 each by Justice Sias for an unprovoked as sault upon Eosalio Tafayo. The latter was quite hadly cut about the head with rocks. Notwithstanding the discouraging reports current regarding some pro posed mining deals, our prospectors and mine-owners display their faith in their properties by continued work, the best evidence of their value. Colonel Esan received a letter from i Chas. E. Hand last week, in which the i flatter gentleman requested to be re-S memuerea to nis many Ineuda inj Linton. Mr. iiand. says he has con cluded to confine himself strictly to his real estate business in Chicago. , tt .., . . ... It . II. Ailman was in town this'. ... TT . , week buying supplies. He has a lease . . , t, . . - on au extension of the Refugio mine in Gold Gulch and will make an ar-1 -rastra run of the ore for a test. If j the quality and quantity of the rock i M-stiro caticftnn- llr nnont;nn ! mill in short order will follovr. David Terry, the vrell known and I puffnacious husband of Sarab Althea, 1 b I and a prominent member of the Ca'.i- iVPiuid U.ll, iXO iV 1 1 1 L VI luia iuui niil at i Lathrop, rvn Pfll vr T" S Dpntltv Mar- I making a shipment this week, having Vou nre hereby notifiHl that if yon fail to ap-: rop, Lai., Or L. S. iepiu ;iai- o i s j pear and antwer the cor.iplaniljs re'iuired. de-j Xsn-lp ol otio f imp rliipf of Holier- i eoillllieuced pavkiu to-dav. Tlie tmilt will be entered BiauuM & and the plain agie, at OHO time CUtei OI point r . I till viU therean.-ra.idy tot"ourt forthere-I shal at lombstone. F'rasn account's at I hand it would seem the killing was hardly justified. I.iier account nisy cLniigp (b ip piin?er.f anir. A Hallway Accidaut. Last Saturday afiernoo.i about :! o'clock quite a serious accident oc enrred in the Morenci tii'.mel ou the little railway between the Longfel low and Detroit mines". At that hour Charlie IMer Avns returning fro.':i !Mo renci with four cars' of ore. nnd v. hen' about the center of the tunnel an ob struction was encountered which threw the forward car oil the track. As the engineer had no warning whatever, and practically no oppor- ...'. .i ;(,. ct.h.o ! ! of and across the tunnel in au almost j perfect representation of a rail fence, ! while the engine was thrown from the 'track, but fortunatelr not overturned ' Mrs. Pier and her baby were on the I engine with Charlie and the infant - ! received quite painful burns on the i, &nd ,e throu?h being thrown afa;nst lhe boiler Loa(1 Jerry trmith, a well-known miner and prospector, who was riding on one of the cars. ! had his foot crushed severly and pain ; fully, but not seriously. The injury ! will probably lay him up for some ! time. He was brought to the hospital j at Clifton and is under the care of ur. ljacv. r.iana MaiKer, a jioieuci shortly after the accident, and it was a wonder to him that the brakemen and others on the' train escaped with their lives. Considering the way the cars were jammed, their escape from injury was little less than marvellous. Xo blame is attached to Mr. Pier for the accident, as the tunnel is very dark where the wreck occured and il ' 13 possible to see ahead. Gately's Universal Educator ' and Business Guide is a solid, carefully prepared and thoroughly useful book. It gives in a clear aud brief form everything which a person would or dinarily care to know aud for which they would generally consult an en cyclopedia, a form book, or some tech. nical work on special science. It is a book ot reference, a dictionary, a text book and a business guide all iu one and its 1200 pages are profusely illus trated with colored maps and good engravings. It consists of three vol umes bound in one. Vol. I contains an account ot the plants and animals of the earth, its surroundincrs. its for-i ' . . , . ' ,i mation. aud its principal minerals and , .. ' . , , i metals: a hiotory of its peoples aud a i ' ' f 1 : popular treatise upon l;iw. ol. 11 includes a treatise on the science of ! numbers : instruction iu ail kinds of! tructioniur.il kir.as ol ! trticlo upon agricultural ! I the plainest; and most 1 drawing; aa ar chemistry and practical treatise of phisics and me-j chanics ever issued: and an article on family medicine, covering1 more ground than anv other single book, j Vol. Ill rehites principally to business social and domestic subjects; com plete instructions are given in pen- lnnnshin. lihnnocrriiriliv linnlc-kpmiincr ', . , ,, I dress-making and millinery, and the household department ivith its prae- 1 1. - -1 .1 , I "cal COOK UUOK aua lecipcs , is 6re to interest CVerV hotlSCWife. : 'it is tnlil nnlv imnn tlio tniiceriniion I 1 .-......j . 1 plan bv The J. De winp; Conipan v, 8 13 ; D 1 ' i AT.irl.-of ct Son FVnTtMeirt lol irlirt j offer liberal terms to agents and are : now receiving applications for terri- torv. Mr D. M Grayson, of Cronville, Franklin parish, La., says; I think Swift's Specific . is the best blood remedy in tho world. I have known it to make wonderful cures of persons with blood diseases, sonic cases which j had been regarded as incurable. Dr. U. T. Coppedge, of Verona, Mo., j says that he has sold a large quantity j of Swiit's Specific, and to a great imm' ci&toniers, and knows it to be II,ost successfully used lor maladies of the blood. Swift's Specific is not one of the' 111 . . ... old potash, sarsapariila, or mercury j j mixtures. It contains no potash, no i ... i mercury, or auv poisonous SUbstfUce. ' relieves the system bv forcing the ... " . impurities oui mrougn ine pores oi ' ., ,. , . ., , , 1 , itne sk,n an" builds up the patient r ., . ; 1 'e sell quantities of S. S. tlie saIe olds up well no falling off, i OT UTOSneCt Of fallinor Oli'. 'tt'llilfi I many are lOUd in its praises, not one j - . nnnloSnf 1... , v v j uimv iitiij i. u uiuiu viii util customers. J. K. Scars' Drur Store Arro Teva ' .lun IIIU1jlIIPH, 11111(1, 11MIS. Tlavtor Whitimr.nii nn.l Aiknw P - iui ru auuui icive tons ! ol" ore to El Paso. Fiue singing Canary birds for sale at J'rit Adolphy's Moutitnin I'.rewcrv Tini Shine at Lurdsburg is report ed to bo seriously ill, hi.s sickness having assumed an alarming turn ton the woi His many liiends in (."lit"-; ton all hope for speedy recovery j from his relapse. Frank IJaxter and Johnuv Veiton ' u ill k'lvo on a pros-pectin nnd hunt-! in: tvi'i next iloiiusv. ; Fritz Adolphy has completed fur-j ther improvements in his hennery j and is now prepared to raise pure: bred towls in laney breeds. A visit j to his place is interesting to those ' I who delight in ' fowl-ology."' , The Clifton Trug Storehas received j :a line of stationery, including note' auJ ,ener 1)Rpcr in' lhe ,a(est s(ves pens, pencils, ink, etc j The A. C. Company is having fixed ' up as a butcher shop one of the rooms ' ; in the row of adobes above the store. ! -Vheu completed, all the meat will be ! sold from this place. V, V. Pynter, j a first-class butcher, will have charge of the shop. ityh inunun.) Imperial Egg Food. This justly celebrated compound was the first article of its character ever put on the market. Itsimme diate and uuquali tied success is said to have induced a host of cheap imi tations. Thcflmpcrial is prepared on purely scientific and physological principles, and furnishes the chemic als necessary to produce an egg. As it costs less than a cent a week for each fowl it pays 1o use this food. j For sale at the Brick Store. Blood Pol .in Is very hal.de to follow contact of the hands or face with what is known as poison ivy, esp"cially in hot weather or if the body is perspiring freely. The trouble may subside for a time, only to appear iu aggravated form when opportunity offer.?. The great purifying powers of Hood's Sarsapa riila thoroughly eradicate every trace of poison from the blood, as the cures it has . accomplished conclusively show. It also cures scrofula, s; rheum and a'.i other affections arising' from impure or puisoned blood. , . ... . .. 1 orrnnee & h-r-ulu, as the agents oi ., ,.. . .,, .' the smrrncu.s Cloliiiiisj compsnv, are , . , , ', . . showing some handsome froods m , suniir.er Sundav-school North Clifton i evclT Sabbath at 3 'clot'k P' M" Mr- Cj0mb .ipTiatendent. . Ice-cold Anhcussr-Busch beer ou draught at Fritz Adolphy's. Kgg Food, ground Oyster Bhellsi ! Canttrv Bird eed, Bird Cages and Ciuiarv Uirds, for sale at Fritz Adoljihy's, Ciiftou. The CliftOU Drug Store has secured ! the agent'V lor Ben bltiall Of hi Paso, j , ,. , , ; ! and will shotv samples aud take orders : UJ1 for wall paper, paints, oil, putty, b "' Tnrrnncn &. Smi ill r( in rprpiiit of ' -r. a fine line of silk patterns in dress , 1 troods: also the latest stvles in calicos iritz Adolphy lins secured the agency for Joseph T. 'Wayne, Cincin nati, manufacturer of patent rcfrig- Fort Sale. The camp outfit recent lv in use at Silver Dasin at IJaxter camp, consisting of three new tents, cooking outfit, etc. Also a new ga3o liue assay outfit. Apply to Torrance & Smith, Clfton There can be no excuse now for a lady to be without a sewiug machine. Torrance & Smith have the New Rem ington hand sewiug machine, which t is claimed, will do the work of any other. It is sold for the low price o $15. i ; I I ivt np. i iws UWIlMTlWMUi T the dtstkict couiit of the first J. Judicial District of the Territory of Arizoua. u and lor the County of virauam." cleotilde grijtr "'"'"i" - iV!,.ti'n I v. t. mtrminivi t gri.tai.i,a, Dcfenuant. ) Summons. , Action brontrht iu the District Court of the , First Judicial District of the Territory of Ari antl zona, iu and for the county of Graham. nie Territory of Arizona seuda prectiiig to 11 on are rr.'liy KTii1inionfn hum retttnnrtiil tr appear in au action brought against you by the o .u..-m.iii.M i.iaiiiiiu nan una ine com- laint fllct with the Clerk of the above entitled court at Soloiiionvilie, iu tho county of Graham, Territory .,f .tri-sitim n it hiii t An dnVa Itiui-.i "f thP d"' "f Venice) aft.-r the service upon you . ttIIllm.. if B,.rvpd in this nmntv h,.t j if Perved out of the county but within this riia- inT . i iien wi'lnn IV witliin tliirty .lays. tri - t . tlu-i. williin twenty dnvB: in ail other cases nil npraiwiiM in net coiuNiiiiit. ami lor costs ! Given under iu. hand and the M-al of tti.- iiistrict i'ouri alt;i"hed thereto, I-I..XI. thib i-.'d davnl .Iniv. ttt.S; m ci:.vwroi:i. r.- v micmi:i.:-:xa. :vvnv rJf 3 II Slakes tho lives of many people mborsblfl, ar.d ofteu leads to sell-destruction. Distress X:-r eating, eour stomacli, sick lieatlaclis. fre'liiR Dad teste coslcl fmsue. and irregt. . lanty of tl;e tovrolj, sw biktkiSSa soma of the more common After symptoms. Dysipfl.i does r not get wcil of Itself. It , L.aiin, irquire3 careful, persistent j attention, nd a reinei'.y like Hood's garso- j j:sr!!la, ivliioh acts gently, yet surely and ; cHiciei.tly. It tones tlis stomach and other organs, resulstcs the digestion, croaici a gl appetite, and by thus Cfck cnrL'Cir.i:ia tUo loe;d symp-,, . . . ' toms ren;oves tlie sympa- riek.uaciTIO j tlictic eileots ot tlio diacaso, banishes tlie t headache, and refreshes the tired mind. " I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but littlo appetite, and what I did eat i. distressed me, or did mo neart" lit;!2 E00(l I;l aa owc burn utter eating I would expe rience a faintr.CE3, -r tired, all-gone fecliuj, as though I had not eaten anything. My trou ble, I thin!;, was aggravated by my business, which Is that cf a painter, and from being more or less shut up In a SoUT room Trlth fresh paint. Last spring I took Hood's Sarsa- BtOmacn rilla took three bottles. It did me an Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced." George A. Page, Vatertown, Slass. Hood's Sarsapariila Sold by all druggists, pt ; 8lx for g5. rreparcd only by C. I. IIOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar COLD BEER ON DRAUGHT ! llOITAIN -:- BREWERY i FPJTZ ADOLPHY, Phopeistcs. clifton", ... Arizona Finest BrnmlH of Wines, Liprs ol Ciprs. IMPORTED LUNCHES iJA Qniet Resort for tits . Entertain- j lent of Guests. 5- AGENT for tbe CELEBRATED MEAL" GASOLIXE STOVES, niftutifacturt-d. " QUICK the bes Notice of Forfeiture. To Fi'lise Lnutinc: Yon fire hrpl'.v untifiei that I have nxppiirted Two lluailrod ivollars ia labor antl improve ments upon tho CanR'lian and r'elise mines, sit uated iu Granville mininjr di'itriet, Graham couutv, Arizona, aa reeorded in Look 5, papres IX and" 14. Heeords of Mines, in the office of the lioeorder of eai'l comity of Grahflm, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of Rec ti on a-Kl. KevNeil Strttuteaor tho United Stntos, beir. tlie amount required to hold the same for tlie year 1SS.S. anil il'v.'itilin ninety days afser the service of this notice bv unliiieation von fail or rcfue to coulribute your proportion of such ex- claim? will become the property of the under Mimed. bobekt steggall. pt'iiunurc as o-oViier. our intcrps: m tne saia 'ciiftou, May 1, isjo. i To D A. Becbrel and II E. Penney: You are hereby notillcl titat 1 have expended the rum of One Hundred Dollars in labor and imi,roveI11euts unou the Good Hope mine, sit mud iu Grauviiu- miuins ii.istriot, Crohn county, Arizoua. in order to hold paid premie am i under the revisions of pectiou W-il. He eu i Statutes of the I'nited States, heinp the amouti required to hold the same for the vear 1WS if -within uinctv (iav6 after the service of this notice by punlieation you fan or refuse to coii' 1 liu ; con-; trioute vo ibute voar proportion of sucii expenditure as ! CO -owners, your interct in the paid claims will i become the property of the undersiirned. P. W. II SIi .MlLI.EN CUfton, June 12, 1Sp9. Proclamation of Reward. Executivk Pkpaistmknt of Arizona, 9 "Ullice of the Governor. j fX'IIEKKAS, I HAVE TtKKX INKOKrKD V t that ou or about the Ilth inv of May, A J. I8sa, in the County of.Graham, Territory of Ari zouu, an nnnt'cl Vany contpo?eii oi persons to me uukuown, made a most violent, murderous ana unwarranted attack on one 3ia,ior J. . Wham, paymaster U.S. Armv, auflhis escort ; of HoMiors, whereby one soldier was killed and several wounded, and said Major Wham vio- irmiy roooea oi a uxrpe amount or money, saia attack, kiliincr aud robbincr beinir iu violation ' ol law aud t lie peace nf this Territory. Now, therefore, I, Louis Wollley, Governor of the Tearitorj' of Arizona, by virtue of the authority in me vested, do hereby oiler a reward of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) for the arrest and con- I virtio:, of one or more of the ner.ona Wbo com- I nutted emd attuck. killing aud Tonbcry. In witness whereof I havo hereunto set mv hand nnd caused tlie great seal of the territory I to be allixed. ,1 - Mny, l4. l heUIX' Ar,z0lis- fhl8 ljth da? : 1SE.M..J UCM13 nULFU.1, Attest: Governor. : X O. Mcrfiiy, Secretary i ; JAlvIES SIAS, BLACKSMITH.! General Ulackamithfng in all its brauches sntis- factorily alid promptly doue. rUACTICAI- I IC) I SESHOE 1 TO a sim: tAi.rv. THE CLIFTON ' ; , i j JJ fj J UILsJ. I i i PATENT MEDICINES, PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully and Accurately Com- j pounded. - - j i SALC1D0 & STEGGALL, nr.ALrna is - ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE, AND - j MINERS' :-: SUPPLIES, I . ! j MOEENCI, ARIZONA. I Staple and Fancy Groceries, DRY GOODS.. LADIES.GENT'S anil CEILBRMS HATS Flowers and Feathers, BOOTS AND SHOES, GLOVES and RIBBONS Toilet :-: Articles SiGlt'S Flffliil Ms!! ! a . . . . ' tjLAbb CL OKULKLKY VVAKt CAM and ske irs. GILA HOTEL,! SOLOMONVILLE, ARIZONA, FRANK NEEuC, Proprietor i ; nirivfi rpfs -ii oi-r-. j r,-TT . n-rvr t t nnTTimnri j ENLARGED ailQ REj? 1 i TjliD, 1. ', Can now accommodaterits patrorm iu a mure comfortable manner thai ev before. . ! mv ... . , - . ; The Table will always be Enjpiiea wit the Freshest Products the Valley Affords S3- TERMS REASOXA15I.E. PUBLIC" '-.. ! CCTiONADO SALOON CI-U'TOK, AEIZOXA. JOHN B. EOVEY, Proprietor. Eft-ut only the Best Brande of Wiiie3, Liquors and Cigars, Cl.l'ii HOOlla-urt REiTAtrp.ANT ATTACHED". A FINE THEATER AttachM tu tho pftlcnn, CtTPd up with e6:r j suitable lor all kuuds of traveling troui-as. MITSIO KVKRY NIGflT. ROBERTS & LExVIIY, .jJEAJLEES IS. Grocories, Hardware, Clothing, A ad lOl vrict!es ot G ENERAL ERCHANDE5E, Railroail Ave., Oppoit Depots Lordsburg, New Mexico. . DANIEL EOOX. HOWARD C. BOON. i DUlfCAN, AHIZONA. DEALERS IS GENERAL. ! Merchandise",. MNERS' SUPPLIES, lEaifers Supplies, Et liqtjORS & CIGARS, . DRY :-: GOODS. :-: CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. j Hiheet pncea Paid fcr Farm Produca TBE GRAHAM HOUSE, OAMP THOMAS. Having recently been enlarged Bnd retitted is now prepared to entertain gneets in a more sumptuous manner thau formerly. 'Board by the Day, Week or Month at the Most Reason-, abls Rates. Neat aid attractive in all iti appointroect. iue lauie suppiiea witn tne ireeaeas products of the Gilo alley. - ,. arters for all Diverging Stag Lines. LOUISA C. EUPKEY, Projriehm THE LIGHT KUKNIS3 NSW HOME mm liiiiiir5 If roix desire to purchase a Eewinp machine, ; asfe oar aeut &t your pice for Utma ami prrces. IT you cannot li.id our agent, write . direct to neuTest address to you below named: t 'm EOME SEEING- MACHINE G9.f I Or;msP. Mas.: ' US10S SQ1TARR, N.T.j CUIC.SG". U.L. ATLANTA, GA.;DALLA3. TEX.J ST.. LOUIS, Mo.: SAN FRANCISCO, CAU FOR SAT.-K BY THE ARIZONA COPPER CO., (1.IK I ON. AKiZOX.V Si' 5 -2- 4-,t-"rt"