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Yuma Business Directory
COLORADO STEAM NAVI
GAT ION CO Office, foot of Main
St I. Polhamui, Jr., (en. Supt. A. J.
TAMES M. BARNEY, Whole
sale and Commission nnd Forwarding
Merchant Cor Main and First Sts.
"pv AVID NEAHR, General Mer
f chandiKc wholesale and retail Cor.
Main and Fiiet sts.
TT S. FTTZOF.RATiT) &. CO..
JlI ,Oeneral Merchandise, wholesale &
retail Cor. Mam and Second sts.
EO. W. BLAIR, Colorado Ho
tel una street.
T TTT.TTTR R A MTFVR. CI fi n ft ra I
fj Merchandise, wholesale and retail
Alain st. near Second.
ALORETTE, General Mer
achandise, wholesale and retail Cor
Third st. and Maiden Lane.
T EDONDO & BRO., Market
JL v Mam street.
REDONDO&B ALSZ, Yuma Ex
change Saloon, Livery Stable and
Feed Yard Cor. Mam street ana Jones
TTORNE R & DONALDSON.
JlL Blacksmiths, Wagon ana Coach
makers Uila st.
A NDREW TYNER, Saloon
JT Lor. Mam and aeond sis.
JAMES ABEGG, News Depot,
ALL HANLON, Ferry six
miles below xuuia.
J. P. IAEGER, Ferry foot
t of Main street.
FURRER & BEGLI, Water
men & Draymen Main street.
HN. ALEXANDER, Attor
. ney-at-Law, Notary Public and
Judge of Probate Cor. Mam and 'id Bts
WALKER & PURDY, Attor
neys and Counseora-at-Law Of-
ce : Northeart cor. Main & Second sts.
WE J. BERRY, Attorney at
Law, Office in the Sentinel build
ing Main street.
CJAMUEL .PURDY, Jr., Civil
Engineer and Deputy U. S. Surveyor
of Mineral Lands, office on Jones Av.
PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE
COUNTY JAIL AND TEM
PORARY PENITENTIARY Ma
ARIZONA SENTINEL Office,
Main street, cor. of Third.
CHEAP CASH STORK!
AXAIN Street - ,..YUiIA, A. T.
DEALER in GENERAL
KEEPS on hand and is receiving with
Every Steamer a full and complete
WHICH I WILL SELL AT THE
MY MOTTO IS
TUCSON A, T.
Z. LEVIN, Proprietor.
THE BEST OF LAGER BEER
Manufactured at the Park.
The GreatSuiaiaer assort
m The Up-towu depot is on Myers Street,
in the splendid building ol Marsh & Dris
col!. Thin aaloou is conducted by Joseph
Zhe best of Seer always o?i
find also the finest
Wines, Ziquors & Cigars.
The rooms are beautifully furnished and
-racbjj carpeted, and offer
A SPLENDID RESORT
for refined recreation.
Persons passing through Yuma to Tuo
a, will fipd 4his a pleasant renting place.
jalS-ti LEVIN & BKAUN.
SATURDAY : : : : September 16
Wm. E. Smith. Esq., and family
arrived in Yuma by last Monday's
San Diego stage.
Wen. Boon, Smill Bith and
another French gentleman have
sworn off from the ardent.
Wm. M. Griffith, Superinten
dent of Kerens & Mitchell's stage
line, arrived here by Tucson stage
We invite attention to the ad
vertisement "To Miners," under
"New to-day." Valuable articles
for sale cheap.
Remember that the Yuma Pu
blic School will open on Monday,
October 2. Let the children all
be ready, so that the classes may
be formed and a fair start taken
for a successful term.
We call attention to the adver
tisement of the N. Y. Slate Paint
Company, under the head of
"New to-day." This is a very
valuable invention and the article
must have a wide sale.
Morris Welsh, who stole the
bullion from John A. Rush, on
the steamer Ancon, was tried in
San Francisco, convicted, and on
the 29th of August was sentenced
to four years and six months in
On last Tuesday William M.
Griffith started two Concord coac
hes for San Diego, to operate from
that end of the line. In about
two weeks he expects to have-the
road re-stocked and these fine
vehicles running on the whole
We are requested to state that
Capt. Wm. Poole, who collected
the subscriptions to defray the
expenses of the burial of Henry
Fulmer, received $120, of which
he expended for said purpose $100,
leaving in his hands $20, which
will be expended hereafter in
making a paling around the
THOSE enterprising mechanics,
Horner & Donaldson, are still
making - improvements at their
large wagon and carriage shop on
Gila street. They have just set
up a ten horse power steam eng
gine, with shafting, pulleys, etcv
to run their sawing machine and
other works, thereby saving on
immense amount of hand power.
REVOLTING TRAGEDY ! !
Murder and Suicide !
Two Men Killed and a Woman
Last Sunday evening, just be
fore dark one of those terrible
tragedies occurred which shock a
whole community and by which
two well known citizens of Yuma
lost their lives.
On Main street, opposite the
Sentinel office, in front of the
house in which his wife and her
children were living, Henry
Fulmer shot Antonio Regli in the
breast and neck, then shot his
own wife in the shoulder, he
then put his revolver to his fore
head and shot himself, dying
almost instantly. Regli was car
ried to his home and Dr. DeCorsey
was called, but the case was past
human skill. Regli made his
will, sent for the Priest and
received the last offices for the
dying, and expired at about 2
o'clock in the morning.
A very bad woman was the
cause of this "terrible affair. She
is wounded slightly, and will re
cover, doubtless to cause the
death of some other man. There
is a very strong feeling here to
make her leave Yuma, and it
would certainly be done, were it
not that she has a number of
of small children. Aside from
their trouble with this bad wo
man, both Regli and Fulmer were
industrious, honest men and good
citizens. Both funerals took place
on Monday afternoon and were
Coroner Smith held an inquest
oyer each of the bodies and ver
dicts were rendered in accord
ance with the facts.
ORDINANCES and RESOLUTIONS
OF THE VILLAGE OF YUMA.
Published by Authority.
RESOLUTION NO. 2.
Establishing schedule of prices
for occupied lands within the lim
its of the Village of Yuma.
Be it resolved by the Mayor and
Common Council of the Village of
Yuma, that the following schedule
of prices for all occupied lands
within the limits of the Village of
xuma, oe ana nereoy are estaD-
hshed as follows, to-wit :
1st Lois fronting on the Colo
rado Kiver from Penitentiary
Avenue to U, S. Military Reserve,
$35.00, each. '
2d Lots commencing at the Co
lorado River, on the West side of
Main street, and running to
Fourth street. Corner lota $30.00,
each. Center lots, 25.00, each.
3d Lots from Fourth street
South to lot No. 10, in Block No
23 towards Fifth street. Corner
lots, $25.00 each. Lots No. 5 and
6, 15.00 each. Lots No. 7, 8, 9 and
10, 12.00 each.
4th Lots commencing on the
East side of Main street from the
Colorado River to Fourth street.
Corner lots, $25.00 each. Center
lots, 20.0.0 each.
From Fourth to Fifth streets.
N W Corner lots, 20.00 each. Oth
er lots, 15.00 each.
5th Lots on Madison Avenue,
commencing at the Colorado Riv
er to Second street. Corner lots,
20.00 each. Center lots, 15.00 each.
Prom Second to Fourth streets.
Corner lots, 25.00 each. Center
lots, 20.00 each.
Between Fourth and Fifth sts.
Block No. 22, Lot No. 1. 20.00.
Lot No. 2, 15.00. Block No. 23,
Lot No. 2, 20.00.. Lots No. 3 to
16, 15.00 each.
6th Lots on First Avenue, be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, to
lot No. 15 in Block No. 22. Cor
ner lots, 15.00 each. Center lots,
10 00 each.
7th Lots on Gila street, from
the Colorado River to Fourth
streets. Corner lots, 25.00 each.
Center lots, 20.00.
From- Fourth to Fifth streets.
Corner lots, 15.00 each. Center1
lots, 10.00 each. Block No. 140.
Corner lots, 15.00 each. Center
lots, 10.00 each.
8th Lots on Maiden Lane, from
Second to Fourth streets. Corner
lots, 20.00 each. Center Jots, 16.00
From Fourth to Fifth streets.
Corner lots, 15.00 each. Center
lots, 10.00 each.
9th Lots on Rincon Alley be
tween Jones and First streets.
Cornor lots, 25.00 each. Center
lots, 15.00 each.
10th Lots on Penitentiary Av.
15.00 each, not otherwise provided
11th Lots from Prison Lane,
South to Fourth street, on the
Slough, 12.00 each. From Fifth
street South, 10.00 each.
12th Lands on East side of Gila
Slough, five dollars per aore.
13th That all lots fronting on
cross streets, will be valued pro
portionately to their proximity to
streets running South from the
Adopted Sept. 13th, 1876.
A. J. FJNLAY,
Attest : Mayor.
Cha3. H. Brinley, Recorder.
ORDINANCE NO. 3.
Amending Sec. 8, 9 and 10, of
Ordinance No. 2.
Ordinance No 3 Be it ordained
by the Mayor and Common Coun
cil of the Village of Yuma, that
Sections No. 8, 9 and 10, of Ordin
ance No. 3 be amended so as tq
read as follows, to-wit :
Sec 8th All Deeds shall be
made in the name of the Mayor
and Common Council of the Vil
lage of Yuma. Arizona Territory,
shall be signed by the Mayor, at
tested and sealed by the Record
er, and entered in a book to be
kept for that purpose, and the ex-i
pense ot making said Deeds shall
be paid by the applicant.
Sec. 9th The fees of the Record
er shall be, for filing and entering
each, application fifty cents, post
ing same, twenty-five cents, for
each notice required to be given,
fifty cents, and for the attesting
and sealing of each Deed, one dol
lar. Sec. 10th The Recorder shall
keep a book in which all fees shall
be entered.and no Corporate Deed,
shall be delivered until the pre
sentation to him of a receipt sign
ed by the Treasurer for the
amount of the consideration ex
pressed therein, and the payment
of all fees herein allowed, which
may be demanded in advance.
Passed Sept. 13th, 1875.
A. J. FJNLAY,
Attest : Mayor.
Chas. H. Brinley, Recorder
The office of the Council of the Village
of Yuma, is temporarily located at the oU
fice of the Probade Judge, of this County,
where all business for the present will be
conducted. Office hours daily, from 10
a. m to 12 M , and from 3 to 4 P. M. Sun
day except. - C. H. BRINLEY,
Sept. 16 tl.
Which may be done With onejburth
the usual expense by using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOR USE.
Sire-proof, Water-proof, Durable,
Economical, antLOruuciental. .
A roof may be covered with a very cheap
shinglei and by application of tbia.al&te be
made lo last from 20 to 25 years. Old
roofs can be patched and coated, looking
much better, and lasting longer than new
1 shingles Without tho slate, tor
One-Third the Cost of ICeghlngling.
' The expense of slating new shingles Is
only about the cost of simply laying them.
The paint is fire-pRoof against spark? or
flying embers, as may be easily tested by
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK,
and for tin or iron has no equal, as it ex
panda by heat, contracts by cold, and nev
er cracks nor scales. Roofs covered
with Tar Sbeating Felt can be made WHter-.
tight at a small expense, and preserved for
This Slate Paint is
Two gallons will cover a hundred square
feet of shingle roof, while on tin, iron, felt,
matched boards, or any smooth Burface,
from two quarts to one gallon are required
to 100 square feet of surface, and although
the Piant has a heavy body it is easily ap-.
plied with a brush.
No Tar Is used in this Composition,
therefore it neither cracks in Winter, nor
runs in Summer.
On decayed shingles it fills up tho holes
and poreB, and gives a new substantial roof
that will last for years. Curled ok war
ped shingles it brings to their places, and
lieeps them there. It fills up all holes in
Felt roofs, stops the leaks and although a
slow dryer, rain doeB not affect it a few
hours alter applying. As nearly all paints
that are blackcontainTAR.be sure you
obtain our gunuine article, which (Tor
shingle roofs) is
when first applied, changing in about a
month to a uniform slate color, and is to all
intents and purposes slate. On
our red color is usually preferred, a8 oua
coat is equal to five of any ordinary paint.
our Bright red is the only reliable Slate
Paint ever introduced that will effectually
prevent dampness from penetrating and
discoloring the plaster.
These paints are also largely used on out
houses and fences, or as a priming coat on
Our only colors are Chocolate, Red,
Bright Red, and Orange.
NEW YORK CASH PRICE titST.
5 Gallons, can and box $5 50 j
10 " keg 9 50
20 ' half barrel 16 00
40 " one barrel 30 00
We have in stock, of our own inanufac
ture, roofing materials, etc., at the follow
ing low prices)
1000 rolls extra Rubber Roofing at
cents per square foot. (Or we will furnish
Rubber Roofing, Nails, Caps, and Slate
Paint for an entire new roof, at 44 cents
per square foot).
2000 rolls 2-ply Taf red Roofing Felt, at
13 cents per square foot.
3000 rolls 3-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at
2A centB oer eauare foot.
200 rolls Tarred Sheathing, at cent per
5000 gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed
ready for use, on inside or outside work,
at $2 per gallon.
All orders must be accompanied with the
money, except from well-Known parties,
who will be drawn on at Bight, wttb 111 of
No Goods Shipped C.O.D.
Sample orders solicited.
N.Y. SLATE PAttfT CO.,
102 & 104 MAIDEN LANE, New York
JF O ft SAZBX
ONE BLAKE'S ORE CRUSHER;
CRUSHES SIX TONS an HOUR.
&c, &c, &c.
The above articles, are all NEW, and
will be sold CHEAP.
Enquire of James M. Barney',
Yutna, A. T.,
In the Matter of the Estate
ANTONIO REGLI, Deceased.
In Probate Court, County of Yuma, Ter
ritory ot Arizona.
Pursuant to an order of the Judge of the
rrooate uourt made on the Thirteenth
day of September, A. D., 1876. Notice is
hereby given that Monday the Sixteenth
day of October, A. D. 1676, at ten o'clock,
a. m., of said day, at the Court Room of
said Oourt, at the Court House; in the
Town and County of Yuma, have been ap
pointed as the time and place for proving
the will of Baid Antonio Regli, deceased,
and for hearing the application of Leo.
Furrer for the issuance to him of letters
testamentary, when and where any person
may appear and contest the same. Dated
Sept. J2th, 1876.
H. N. ALEXANDER, Probate Judge
and Ex. Officio Clerk.
All persona who are indebted to the late
firm ot Furrer & Regli, are hereby reques
ted to make immediate payment to me, and
all persons having claimB against said late
firm will please present them to me for
settlement. LEO. FURRER.
Yuum, Sept. 16, 1876.
NoTttiE.CatididateB foe County and
Township offices will be charged $lS for
publication of announcements during the
campaign. The amount must be paid io.
variably in advance.
To the Voters of Yuma County :.
I hereby respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of Sheriff, t tho
To the Voters of Yuma County:
I hereby respectfully announce myself
an Independent Candidate for re-election to
the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing election.
WM. A. WERNINGER.
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, D. C , June 21 , 1876.
To the People of Arizona Territory
Being detained here on public business
much longer than I expected to have been
I hereby antiounce myBelf n candidate for
Reelection as Delegate to Congress,
By the people of Arizona. In so doing, I
can but repeat my former platform and
wiiu renewed energy anu ino auvamage 01
what little experience I have acquired,
pledge myself (if elected) to devote my
time and give my most careful attention to
the advancement of the best interests of
Arizona and her people, irrespective of par
ty taction or section.
To my friends who have bo generously
and nobly stood by me during the past two
years, 1 tender my heartfelt thanks.
To those who still continue to oppose me
and to all opponents. I wish to say :
shall meet you in opposition on the enme
field in a friendly manner, and believing
as I do that the majority of the people are
always right, I shall feel pleased with the
Most respectfully iuviting one and all to
my support, I am
Very respectfully yours,
July 22. H. S. STEVENS
To the Edtfor of the Arizona Sen
Sir Please publish the following:
I desire through the columns of your pa
per, to say to the people ot Arizona
Territory, that I am a Candidate for Dele
gate to Congress at the election to be held
in Novembnr next. If I am elected I shall
earnestly devote the whole of my time to
tne Dest interests ot the Territory. Dur
ing the Canvass. I oroDose to discuss freelv
all matters in which the people are espe
cially interested and which are important
to tne tuture prosperity and welfare ot the
Territory, and for this nUninse will n-
deovor to meet my fellovv citizens of all
sections at convenient times and places.
GRANVILLE H. OURY
Phoenix, July 10, 1876. 15-tf.
St. Louis and Morgan Oounty
fipoiiig audi Smelting
WM. H. WILSON,
609 NORTH SIXTH STREET.
I Under ljindell Hotel,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
I his Company does a general Land
Agency Business. Negotiates Loans. &c
Especial attention given to the Purchase
and Sale of Mines and Mineral Lands, or
ganizing Mining Companies, &o.
Our determination is to make our office
the Headquarters for all Mining Men visit
ing our city. We refer to the business
community of St. Louis.
Our facilities for selling Lands aro un
surpassed, from the fact that we propose
10 issue a Muniniy jf aper ot our own, as
soon as our list of Lands will iustifv.
which we will distribute Free throughout
tne .aaHtem states and .Europe, thus bring
ing your properties before the public to
tne oesr advantage.
All business correspondence should be
W. H. WILSON j
feb 20-Jy. Business Manager.
Who may be suffering from the effects o
youthful follies or iudiscretion, will do;
well to avail themselves of this, th
greatest boon ever laid at the alter o
suffering humanity. DR. SPINNEY
wui guarantee to torieit 5:uu lor every
case of seminal weakness, or private di
sease of any kind or character which he
undertakes and fails to cure. He would,
therefore say to the unfortunate suffer-
lr wno may roaa tnis notice, tnat you
are treading upon dangerous ground
when you longer delay in seeking the
proper remedy for your complaint. You
may be in the first stage; remember you
are approaching the last. If you are
bordering upon the last, and are suflur-
mg some or all ol its ill eliectB, reuiein
ber that if you persist in procrastination,
the time will come wben tne most skill
ful physician can render you no assist
ance; wnen tne door ot nope will b
closed against you ; when no angel off
mercy can bring you relief, in no case
has the Doctor failed of success. Then
lat not rlpRn.iir work uoon vour irrmcinfi
tiou, but avail yourself of the beneficial!
results of this treatment before your
case is beyond the reach of medical skill,!
or before grim death hurries you to
premature grave. Full course of treat
ment )$2o.Uu bend money by rost Of
fice order or Express with full descrip
tion oi cuse. Lau, or Address,
DR. A. J3. SPINNEV.
No. 11, "Kearny Street San Fruncisco.
day at home. Sam
s worth 1 free
bXINSON Oki CO.
H. S. Fitzgerald & Co.,
tuni a. or.
A WELL SELECTED, STOCK ol
Boota, Shoes, Slippery
9 GENT'S FITRNISHINGGOODS
Jam iy sitiqn
Choice Imported a?id Cal
ifornia Wines and JDiquors
of eveiy variety choice
brands of Tobacco, includ
ing the celeb?-ated (S 'Ameri
can JZagle" Fine Cut.
H. S. FITZGERALD & CO.
We call Particular attention to
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