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Solicit the public in general to call at their
And examine their complete assortment of
ITrcsli Family Groceries,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
EOOOTS & SHOES, TOBACCO &
CIGARS, FANCY GOODS,
Whiskies, Brandy, Gin, Acuardiente, Im
ported and California Wines, by the
gallon or bottle.
JAYA AND C. R. COFFEE
Fresh roasted and ground on the premises
is their SPECIALTY.
Their BAKERY is constantly supplied
with all descriptions of
Broad, Pies and Cakes,
All orders filled at short notice.
M ain Btrcet, next to Capitol Saloon,
Yuma. $ jLi'ialona.
-WATERMAN AtlD DRAYMAN,
Would respectfully notify the citizens o
Yuma that he is prepared to furnish
XTST el -t e X"
Promptly, to any part of the city, at usual
rates, on condition that every person
receiving water pay promptly
At the Expiration of each Month.
And notice is hereby given that any person
failing to so pay, will receive no
more water from him.
And Complete Stock of
Fancy Artlolos, Candies, NntSj
And the BEST BRANDS of CIGARS.
Xatest Papers and Magazines
Everything Bright and New at
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE.
Country Orders Solicited.
Keeps a Ferry across the COLORADO
RIVER Sis Miles below Fort Yuma, at the
regular crossing of the U. S. Mail Lines.
The Roads are good and Two Miles and a
Half the shortest to Hay, Grain,
Two First-Class Boats
Ruu Day or Night for the accommodation
of the Traveling Public.
FRUIT TREES and SEEDS
at Los Angeles prices.
Prompt attention given totneirreshlpment
to any part of the Territory.
GEO. F. COATS,
Dealer in Fruits and Vegetables.
EgTAgcnt for the principal Lo Angeles,
Postoffce Building, Yuha, Arizona.
Woodhead & Gay, Los Angeles;
H. S. Fitzgerald, Yuma, tf
OCTOBER 5, 1878
Woolsey's children have de
rived some benefit from that gen
tleman's candidacy for Congress.
For the past six or seven years
they and their mother have lived
here, assisted by friends and
strangers. Since Col. Woolsev
became a candidate for Congress
he has allowed them a monthly
stipend. The oldest is a girl of
about twelve or thirteen years,
the next is a girl, and the young
est is a boy of about seven. They
are bright, intelligent children,
who certainly would have profit
ed greatly by any facilities for
acquiring an education. The
youngest has a crippled foot,
which the doctors say could easily
have been made all right had he
received medical attention In his
infancy. If Col. Woolsey is not a
popular candidate in Yuma, it is
partly so because people here
think that a man who " throws
off" on his children may also
neglect his constituents. This
may be a campaign slander; but
here are the children. Let us
hope their stipend, will not be cut
off after the election
Campbell's electioneering at
Yuma was peculiar. It was quiet,
undemonstrative and economical.
With several reflecting men it
was effective. Not so with the
voting rank and file. His idea
seemed to be to show the "boys"
that there was nothing proud oi'
stuck-up about him. Acting upon
this idea he discarded his ususil
cleanliness of apparel, and under
took to fraternize on a soiled shirt
basis. It did not work, and never'
will. The "boys" don't care
how a Constable or Justice dresses;
but when a man runs for Congress
they like to see him look clean,
neat and respectable. A plug hat
and clean finger-nails might ruin
a candidate for the office of Pound
master; but they might do more
for a Congressman than could be
effected by Campbell's neglected
vestments. He made votes by
coming here; he also lost them.
His strength here is not known;
his friends don't shout loud
enough to be counted.
Anti-Fat. "Vote for
John G. Campbell.
That's what is said by some
posters here. They are very
nicely printed on the press that
Marion says Campbell did not im
port into Arizona. The way-bills
and the packages themselves said
he did imnort them. But they
"lied;" everybody and. every
thing does " lie" that states facts
not prepared for publication in
the Enterprise. It's a pity that
a black " M " had to be pasted over
a blue letter; a black " I " would
have been prophetic.
The news which reaches us from Ari
zona is of the most roseate description.
We are justified in assuming, from the
whole tenor of the advices from that Ter
ritory, that the mining developments will
be ol phenomenal magnitude, coincident
with the progress of the several railways
which are converging upon it with a man
ifest purpose and faiths It really seems
invidious to particularize where the out
look is so good all round the compass,
but Southeastern Arizona seems just now
to monopolize most of the travel and pros
pecting. Arizona is making vigorous ef
forts to take her place among3t the lead
ing bullion producers of the East; and, in
Mr. Valentine's next exhibit, we expect
to see her rank next after Utah. L. A.
Gov. FitEMONT and party, consisting of
Mrs. Fremont, son, daughter, three friends
and two servants, arrived here on Satur
day and started for Prescott the next day
by ambulance, via Castle Dome and Tyson's
We staled last week that three wagons and
eighteen mules were to have gone to
Ehreaberg by steamboat. Mistake. They
took the Governor and party from here.
He seemed thirsty for information and to
take an active interest in everything per
taining to Arizona. There is every reason
to hope that his administration of affairs
will prove satisfactory and beneficial to
The Mexican State cf Souora plays Re
public Its oflieers are elected by the
people I. e., by those people who vote
"rhiht." The others are imprisoned un
til after the election, or kept away from
the polls by soldiery or by threats. This
was done, at the late election, in the cities
of Ures, Hermosillo and Alamos. The
Prefect of the District of Hermosillo tried
to carry the election by charging through
the streets, pistol in hand, at the head of
detachments of cavalry, arresting and
threatening right and left. Nice citizens!
Let's annex 'em !
Lord & Williams,
TUCSON, - - ARIZONA.
"Will display for public inspection one
Largest ana Most Attractive stocks
Ever brought to this market.
They have arranged to have arrive Monthly
a complete assortment of 6uch goods
as the people of Arizona may want
and they can sell them at
Wholesale and Retail,
CHEAPER than they can be afforded from
any other maiket, not excepting
the much extolled Guaymao
We have taken especial pains to import
fine goods, such as we can warraut, and in
the line of
NICE TJHIIS'GS TO JEVX1,
We have endeavored to cater to the taatee
We have a complete stock of
Srsss Goods, Goats' Furnishing
Drugs and Medicines,
Boots and Shoes, Crockery f Groceries and
and a complete assortment of
Close buyers will find it to their advan
tage to examine our goods and prices
before purchasing elsewhere
LORD & WILLIAMS
Gila Strcot, Yuma.
ISAAC LEVY, - Proprietor,
Saving become the owner of
This Well Knowh House,
i have completely renovated it in all its
parts, and now open it
UNDER MY OWN SUPERVISION,
And am determined to keep it
AS A HOTEL SHOULD BE KEPT,
It is and ekall remain
The Best Hotel
Everything shali be first-class, 2nct all
its departments shall be conducted in such
a manner as to conduce to the pleasure
and meet the approbation of the resident
and traveling public.
Is Attaefcad to the HotiiJd
Where the very best Wlnesj Liquors and
Cigars can always he found.
We keep constantly on hand
very delicacy procurable. We always get
to be had in the country and when that is
not good ENOCGli, we send and get what
is good from some other country.
supplies our market daily with the choic
est product! of the Pacific Coast.
L. A SMITH VfcBRO.
320 California Street, San Francisco, CaL.
Corner Main and First 8treets, Yuma, A: T.
Corner Levee and" Second StrectB, Ehren
berg, A. T.
James M. Barney
(Successor to Wm. B. Hooper & Co.)
Importer and Dealer in
Foriaifi and Commission Agent
fcstvn JF'l'uxiclseos Ctil.,
The attention of
Merchants, ' Miners,
Station Keepers, Liquor Dealers,
Is "asked and invited to my late importa
Embracing as they do, even-thing required
by everybody, com prising, in part:
Gi'Oceries and. Xo visions,
DRY GOODS and CLOTHING,
xiauoB, Tobacco and cigabs,
ANVILS, BELLOWS ETC,
All of which are oriered at San Francisco
prices, freight and charges only add
ed. My facilities for purchasing
enable mc to boldly make
this oflcr to any and all.
Carefully and promptly filled by my San
Francisco Branch office, and entire satis
faction guaranteed, both as to selection
and price paid. In this my motto is
Ctirrirttlssicn and FofWarxfing.
Every attention will be paid to forward
ing consignments of Merchandise, Machin
ery, Ores, Hides, ete., either to or from the
Sales of 6r6S
Gold, Sliver, Copper or Lead, will be
made at highest possible rates for account
of. owners. My long experience and con
nection with buyers in the different mar
kets give me a very decided advantage over
any one in the Territory in making such
sales to the profit of those entrusting them
to me. Correct and responsible assays
obtained and eubmitted when desired.
Gold and Silver .Bullion, Gnited States
Treasury Drafts, Legal Tenders, Soldiers'
Warrants, Bankers' Drafts and Good Com
mercial Paper, Grain, Hides, Wool and all
Territorial and Mexican Products bought
at value for Cash ; or advanced on as may
I feel muter increased obligations for the
patronage so liberally accorded nic as the
successor of the old and successful house
of Win. B. Hooper & Co., and while ac
knowledging this ract,nllow me to add that
those dealing with me will find as complete
a stock as was ever offered by the old firm
with all that is new and desirable in addi-tion.-
JAMES M; BARNEY.
ST AGrE- LINE.
Carrying Mails and Express 125 mllespei
da', schedule time, with
Connecting at Yuma with the Southern
Paciflie Railroad, and with Steamboats on
the Colorado River, and leaving Yuma
IMMEDIATELY AFTER ARRIVAL OF
THE MORNING TRAIN.
For Stanwix, Maricopas Phoenix, Prescott,
Florence, McDowell, Wickenburg, Silver
King, Globe City, Pinuli Tucson, Camps
Grant, Goodwin, Thomas,- Bowie, and way
Silver City, Fort Bayard, Las Cruccs, Me
silla and Santa Fe, New Mexico, connect
ing at Mesilla with stages for El Paso,
Forts Davis, Stocktont Concho, Worth, and
Connectihg at Tucson with stages for
Altar, Ures, Hermosilio,- Guaynlas,- and all
The best organized and eouipoed Stairu
Line on the continent, and complete in all
KERENS & GRIFFITH,
G. n. Bowkk, Agent,
W. M. Gkiffitu, Superirtcndeni.
Principal office at Yuma, A. T.
The undersigned have fitted Up the Shop
NORTH SIDE OF DOTEN STREET,
Formerly conducted by James Doteu, with
a complete assortment of the best
Repairing ami MfflJns Wagons M
"Or Every "Description.
No pains will be spared to make' our work
And satisfactory to all.
A lonir residence here ha.s.taught us how
to do work to suit the couutrv and climate
GIVE US A TRIAL.
OUR TERMS Will be Found Reasonabie.
D. W DONALDSON & CO.
Yuma, Arizona. April 1 18T8. 52-tf
i invention of 1S77. Combining
1 thenientsoiall. Kecominenu-
ijil hv the leading Phvsiei.nis
as the most efficient forthere
for Catalogue aud Price List.
(115 Sacramento St., San Francisco.
Use no more Metallic
Trusses 1 Nomoresuffer
iujf from Iron Hoops or
Steel Serines! ROWKS
PATENT ELASTIC TRUSS wort with ease and
comfort night and day, and will and has performed
radical cures wnen au ouiers laiiea. zu.uuo in use.
J'rices greath reduced. SOLJO JiY ALTi
DRUGGISTS. Jtmvc Elastic Truss Co.
REDINGTON & CO.. ABKaMS & CARROLL,
CRAKE &BP.IGHAM, CHAS. LANGLEY & CO.,
"Wholesale Agents, San Prancisco.
In Quantities to Suit Purchasers
would respectfully notify the public
I have opened a new saldon in the
OPPOSITE TEEE-POST OFFICE,
Cor. Main and'Second streets,
And intend to keep it as u suloon1 should
The very best quality of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ALWAYS ON HAND
;And sold at prices "to suit the times -
Gentlemen who visit my saloon will be
treated right and evry effort will be made
to preserve gooa order, as l intend that this
shall be a place of pleasant and refined
recreation. Attached to my saloon ia a
Sliooti m ts Grtxlloary,
Where- gentlemen cari amuse themselves
at verv small cost.
LiquorsOno Bit a Drink!-
ItJ2J0Ors'X)O ; BAJSZ.-
Every attention will be paid to the com
ort und pleaame of patrons.
Hay, grain and water are kept constantly
on hand for the use of
Travelers and Freighters.
Every accommodation ia provided for
parties desirous of camping in the
c o it n a. x, .
Which Is very large and perfectly secure.
Are attached to the establishment and
kept clean and pleasant. ' '
le always supplied with saddle horses,
buggies and ambulances.
Morses and titles -
Boarded on reasonable terms or Bought
and Sold at moderate profit.
The Billiaud Table ia an excellent one
Main streetj near steamboat landing and
railroad depot, I
DR. SP8-KHEY & CO.,
No. 11 Kearny street,
rnREAT ALL CHRONIC AND SPECIAL
Who may be suffering from the effects
of youthful follies or indiscretion will do
well to avail themselves of this, the greatest
boon eyer laid at the feet of suffering hu
manity. Dr. Spinney will guarantee tor
forfeit five hundred dollars for every case
of weakness, or private disease of any kind
or character, which he undertakes anQ fails
MIDDLE-AGED MEN. t
There are many at the age of thirty to
sisty who are troubled with too frequent
evacuation of the bladder, Often accompan
itd by a slight smarting or burning sensa
tion,"and a weakening of the system in a
manner the patientcanuotaecountfor. On
examining the urinary deposits a ropy sed
inient will ofteu be found, and sometimes
small particles of albumen will appear, or
the color will be. of a thin milkish -hue,
again changing to a dark and torpid ap
pearance. There are many men who die
of litis difficulty ignorant of the cause
which is the second stage of seminal weak
ness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cura
in all such cases, and a healthy restoration
of the geuiio-urhu'.ry organs.
Office hours 10 to4 and 6 to 8; Sundays
from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultation free.
Thorough examination and advice, $5.
Call or address DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
3G-tf No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco
IV1ACWEALE & URBAK'S
WITH PATENT INSIDE BOLT WORK
AND HINGED CAP.
Without which no Safe is complete.
We do not claim to make CHEAP SAFES,
but we do claim to make
2? 23C 33
B E St,
rPOur Safes can be examined in every
town in this Territory. Not one oi
them has failed to give entire
For Prlvjs, Testimonials, etc, write to
RAYMOND & "W'lLSHIRE,
105 California St., San 'Francisco.
Urio GEO. 'iTNG, Agent, Yuma. -