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S. P. R. R-
finMMEt'GIHG JAN. 8 1879
And until further notice,
TRAINS AND BOATS
"Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows
n OA A. M. DAILY Via L.A. & I.
t7.0v R.K. Local Passenger Train
to Santa Monica. (Arrives at S:4Q A. M.)
A. M. DAILY Local Pas
sender Train to Wilmington
(Arrives at 9:10 A. M.)
w AtOP A. M. DAILY San Fran
lJOt) Cisco Through Freight and
Third Class Accommodation Train.
(Arrives at 11:55 A. M.)
1.1 K P' L DAILY San Francisco
iXtJ Express Train, connecting at
Lathrop with the Atlantic Express Irani
of Uie Central Pacwc Railroad.
(Arrives at 1:55 PM.)
P. M. DAILY Arizona Ex
press, connecting at Yuma
with daily stage for Ehrenbcrg, with Colo
rado ilivcr steamers, ana witn daily trains
. " the Southern F:icif" Railroad of An
r.otfa for Casa Grande, (ISO miles east of
Yuma). Daily stages at Maricopa for
Frcscott. I'memx, Florence and lucson
Returning the train leaves Casa Grande
at 525 A. Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is
due at Xuma at 4:'i5 e. M.
(Arrives at 10:15 A. M.)
2A.K F- D.MLY Local Passen
jtt ger Tram to "Wilmington.
(Arrives at2:20 P. M.)
A -A A P- M. DAILY Local Passen
Tb.UV ger Train to Santa Ana, con
necting with stages for San DieK.
(Arrives at 8:50 A. M.)
A .OA P. M. Sundavs Excepted Via
& J L. A. & I. It. R. Local Passen
ger Train to Santa Monica.
(Arrives at 3:25 P. M.)
Notice. On Sundaj's this train will
leave Santa Monica at 4:20 P. M., and Los
Angeles at 5:40 P. M.
No. 1 SPRING ST., Telegraph Office;
CominercialStreet R. R. Depot;
DEPOT OFFICE S. P. R. R.
A. N. TOWNE,
T. H. GOODMAN,
General Tassenger and Ticket Ag't.
E. E. HEWITT,
Ass't Superintendent, Los Angeles.
I0KAW I OCIIOA,
AND DEALERS VS. GENERAL
- AUGUST 16, 1879,
The rate of taxation in Yuma County is
$2.60 per $100.
A steamer leaves for Fort Mohave and
way-landings on the 20th.
The rate of taxation for Final County
has been fixed at $2.50 per $100.
The rate of taxation in Pima County
has been fixed at $2.50 per $100.
Hoisting works for the Tombstone M.
& M. Co. passed through on the 9th.
Rnast. nijr and " aDDle-sass " with the
usual fine Sunday dinner at the Colorado
The military Plaza at Tucson has been
leased for the feast of San Agustin to Joe
Goldtree for $600.
The stock of the Central Arizona Min
ing Co. was placed on ine qiock jxenauge
at New York, J uly 31st. '
FLORENCE AND SANFCRD, A. T,
Will Contract for
the delivery of freight to any point in the
Territory, and make a specialty of con
tracting 'for Heavy Machinery. Having
bad several years' exDerience in the gene
ral freighting business in Arizona, New
Mexico, Colorado and California, we feel
confident that we have facilities for the
iandling of goods that no other firm can
The Sheriff of Pima County, C. A. Shi
bell, with his family, passed xuma eng
route for Tucson this week.
Major Chaffee will probably remain in
charge of the San Carlos Indian Agency
until Congress meets in December.
Items from the Colorado River Indian
Reservation have been crowded out this
week; they will keep until next issue.
Mr. P. Schussler who was for a while
established at Geo. Martin's Drug Store,
has opened a jewelry establishment at
Mr, C. H. Dane who for a while was lo
cated at Yuma has been appointed post
master at Terminus, Pinal County. Frank
The Miner says that Gov. Fremont has
sold in New York city one half of the Le-
iathan mine, "Weaver District, for $500-
000. "Very like a whale."
The coach of the Palace Hotel has been
much improved by new cushions and
lazy-backs." Mr. Fox is continually do-
something for the comfort of his
Fix-Governor R. C. McCormick, the re
ccntly-clccted president of Frcelwd Min-1
ins- Coinnanv. will sro to Colorado for Liie !
purpose of inspecting the property of th
The rate of taxation in the County of
Mc fcopa has been set at $3.15 per $100.
TL Board seems to have forgotten a tax
of ten cents for redemption of Prison
Bonds required by law.
TKTr. t .
..i; nave received a sisteen-paged pa.
per, printed in Sioux City, Iowa, and all
icuuhis matter, tne bonder is how it can
pay its way without advertisements; we
give one bit of gratuitous advice: cut the
pages, life Is too short for the reader to
Tl. TI rr
luuu.-wxw increases in interest
and gives more local and Territorial news
than almost any other paper; and we sec
signs of prosperity, among others that
oi-Mi:muui a uany will be issued. "We
bhall welcome it with pleasure for Mac is
me lomostone Mm and Minin"- Com
pany of Arizona, with branch office in
Philadelphia, has declared a dividend for
the month of July of 10 cents per share,
payable August 11. This company has a
capital of $5,000,000, in shares of the par
value of $10 each.
In the Pedestrian race at Prescott, be-
twecH ,Hemminger and Newell, which
ended on the 9th, the former came out
victorious, walking 124 miles in 32 hours
and 26 minutes. VThe last four miles were
made by him in minutes. Newell
was four miles behind.
Assistant Secretary Anderson bus been
out looking after cattle, horses, mines nd
ranches belonging to himself and Secre
tary Gosper. 3finer.
Perhaps this accounts for the botch-
work in publishing the Acts of the Tenth
It is stated that the sale of the famous
Silver King, of Arizona lias been consum
mated, although the formal transfer of
stock and property has not been made.
The new owners are Eastern capitalists,
and the headquarters of the company will
be in this city. JV. Y. Am.,Exchange.
Mr. Fox the popular host of the Palace
Hotel, has our sincere thanks for gener
ous samples of Riverside peaches and
grapes, certainly the best we have seen in
Yuma, the grapes were of the Flamme de
Tokay, Muscat, Rose of Peru and Black
Hamburg varieties ; they were from the
vinyard of Mr. Boyd.
Gen. O. B. Wilcox has our thanks for
the Roster of Troops of this Depart
ment. It is well edited and printed and
the typos deserve much credit. "We no
tice tint twenty-seven officers are absent,
especially of the Sixtli Cavalry, whose
Colonel, Lt. Colonel, Major, 1 Captain and
6 Ll-.:'::.i. arc awav
, .ilwaws find a fall assortment of
merchandise of all descriptions, at the
BUCKALEW & OCHOA,
C-tf. Florence, A. T
YUSIA, A. T.
A FIRST CLASS HOUE
A Good Barand Bath Room
H. FOX, Proprietor.
The traders store at San Carlos was
closed on the 8th by orders from Wash
ington. This probably accounts for the
charges preferred against Inspector Ham
mond by Col. Biggs, the trader.
Mr. C. H. Tully, editor of the Dos He-
nublicas. passed through on Saturday. He
was on the train that ran into that irom
Yuma tnis side of Dos Ptlmas. He will
have something to tell his grandchildren.
Parties connected with the A. T. and S,
F. road have purchased 585 acres of coal
lands on the Galisteo, paying to the gov
eminent $10 per acre. That is the best
possible evidence as to the location of the
We saw last Saturdoy a fine thorough-
brace stage come in by rail. Of course
it was destined for Whipple Barracks;
one would think they had enough there
by this time to give each man one for
his private use.
On Sunday we had the pleasure of an
interview with Mr. Beach, editor of the
Prescott Miner, who lias gone for a fort
night's paseo to California. During his
absence the Miner is iu charge of Messrs
Coi R A. Hutchens has been ordered
to Casa Grande as Quartermasters Agent
there. We much regret to loose Mr. H.
who has made many friends here, and we
doubt not he will miss his comfortable
quarters in Yuma.
Mr. T. A. Darling, Agent of the S. P. R.
R. at Anaheim, and whom our citizens
learned to esteem while Agent of the
Company here, was lately married to
Miss Adelina Aguilar of Anaheim The
happy pair have our congratulations.
On Sunday last Mr. Richard's party,
who are putting in section stakes, when
just beyond Gila City in their hand-car,
only saved themselves from destruction by
jumping, the hand-car was smashed to
smithereens by the wrecking train going
to repair the wreck beyond Adonde ; they
had got out of the way of the regular train
and were not aware of this extra train's
coming, and being eng a curve did not
know of its approach until too late to do
more than jump.
We have this week heard a good joke
on Conductor Fowler; being nt Santa
Monica witlf so"me ffienaT and a learn
lately, he was asked to water the horses
without thinking he drove them to the
beach and into the water, first loosing the
check rein. The horses would not drink
so friend Fowler concluded they were not
Board of Equalization,
Monday, August 11, 1879.
Board met at 10, a. if. The following
rates of taxation for the Fiscal year, A. v.
1879, per $100 were fixed; For County
purposes Building Fund, thirty cents
School Fund, fifty cents; Genera! Fund
one dollar and twenty cents. Fot Terri
torial purposes General Fund, twenty-
five cents; School Fund, fifteen cents
Sinking Fund, Prison Bonds, 1877, ten
cents; Sinking Fund, Prison Bonds, 1879,
ten cents. Total, two dollars and siitv
cents ($2.60) per $100.
The Clerk was directed to deliver a cer.
uneu copy of assessment and levy of
taxes to the County Treasurer and to the
County Tax Collector.
Leave of absence for thirty days was
granted to H. N. Alexander, District At
The Sheriff was directed to present a
Bond as Tax Collector, in the sum of
$20,000, on the 18th of August.
The Board then adjourned until August
18, 1879. at 10 a. m.
lhe wonderful vitality and endurance
of the Indians was shown lately in the
cases of the Indian and the squaw, in
jured by the railroad accident near Adon
de. They lay, with their terrible wounds,
for eighteen hours without food, shelter
or attendance, were then brought here on
a flat car, exposed to the sun, were taken
from that and for three days laid on the
hot sand with only some brush over them,
the buck being moved as the sun shone
upon him, and neither of them uttering
scarcely a groan though evidently in in
tense pain. Their tribal doctor attended
them here, but seemed to rely upon ma
nipulation and saliva alone to heal them
Several of our citizens volunteered aid
which was refused by this Cocopah med
ico; Mr. Fitzgerald furnished cloths and
bandages and Mrs. J. A. Mellon was yery
charitable in her attendance and with
food, through her application to Dr.
Douglas at the Fort, these Indians were
removed to the Hospital there and yes
terday were doing very well under the
circumstances. Jf Dr. Douglas, who has
been unremitting in his care and exer
tions, succeeds in saving the life and the
arm of the squaw, which he now hopes to
do, he will have shown much skill and
deserve much credit.
The San Bernardino Times says: Bears
are numerous in the mountains between
this place and San Diego. A number of
them have been killed.
The H. B. organ has got delirium tre
mens at last. Its friends have feared this,
It has got 'em regular Simon-pure snakes
and got 'em bad. it sees snakes sixteen
feet long, with fangs and rattles iu pro
portion, and its distorted vision reaches
to Arizona. block JCcport.
All because the opposing candidate's
name has been used as a director of the
Calabazas Land and Mining Company.
We learu that a young man, named
Wells P. Cole, committed suicide in the
Patagonia District lately. lie was con
nected with San Francisco parties
business transactions, and on his
person was found money, checks and or
ders to the amount of several hundred
dollars. He had laid himself on the
round, placed the muzzle of a gun to his
head and discharged it with a stick. The
top of his head Avas missing.
The walking mania has at last reached
Yuma. Our old friend Mr. Iaeger (Donde)
has a bad attack of it, and on Thursday
left for San Francisco with two of the
fleetest Yuma Indians for experimental
training v tk a view of exhibiting their
prowess. Chu-mi6-co-nec sue son m law
chief, went with
now raging for exhibitions of this kind we
predict many ducats for Donde's pocket.
of Pascual the ima
them as interpreter: with the
By our exchanges we notice that the
accident near Adonde to the railroad
train on the 8th., was incorrectly reported,
The engineer Mr. Bruce was not badly
injured merely spraining his wrist; Julian
the fireman was thrown from the engine
landing on his back, and raised some
blood but has since entirely recovered.
A Cocopah Indian was killed and crema
ted within an hour; another had both
armB broken, one being laid open to the
bone; a squaw had one arm broken and
nearly cut off close to the shoulder with
deep gashes to the bone, thigh bone bad
ly broken and hip injured.
ITunia Co.'s Debt.
The total debt of Yuma County to Au-
guBt 1st, wc compute at $5S,467.09, as
Warrants and interest $51,080.03:
Court House Bonds 4,38 .0i
Taxes collected, 1S7S 8'nu
Warrants redeemed, 78 523to
do surrendered on bids, 78 .,Ju3.u
4 ST. YIHCEHTS COLLEGE,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Studies will be resumed
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1879
Purest ani Best for all Miciaal anfl Family Purposes,
Sisson, Wallace & Co.
solo Apfifits for Arizona Territory at- Yuma and Casa Grande. Dealers can be sutfflif
at the Same puce nun uu ue same aj a"
Francisco. Sold by the Gallon and Sottlo.
r-r a ur, anirt in nil the Eastern States and given Universal satibfadJon. It
JJLhighly recommended by the Faculty in all cases of Nervousness, Weakness, Dl
t Tnrtiimotinn. etc. H
miiiyy )0Vyy.?' , v, t th' nnhi;,. of the Pacific Slone. indorsed Iir the following
certificates of the eminent Dk. S. Daxa Hayes, State Assnyer of Massachusetts, ai$
n tt n 1 innvRBACil. of St. Louis, Mo., both geutlemen prominent in their profe3
La ?c n .nmrnntee to all buyers of its purity and quality.
I can show thousands ol jewera i irom f
ada, to tesl fy to its merits ana uiu uuuui """"J " ,
Sold bv all dnijr'ists and grocers, n bulk or by the rase or bottle. ?
drgJ?QQUjfjjy ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
rAl7Tv Xone Genuine uiiIcsn labeled with my Signature oref
the Cork. i. SI.Tl3IOMS, Sole Proprietor .
Labobatout aj.-d Office, i State Street Boston, Sept. 9, 1873.
Oforoe SniMOJrw. Esq. Sir: The sample marked "?abob V biakey," receive,
from you has been analyzed, with thejollowli results: ,vnmfl 5$
It is of selected alcoholic strength ana FREE FROM DED FLA OmSGoUe
0irf0 wnot.nl nr nthpr deleter ous substances. This Whiskey 13 PIKE, of Supenu -w
Quality aud suitable for Dietic aud Medicinal purposes. ,4
c. uajxa- "- i j"- . " : .v
St. Louis, (Mo.), September 20, 1870.
G Simmoxds Esq.: T hate been using your Nabob Whiskey tor some time, aiir
have no hesitation m saying it is, without exception tne purest arucie i i
either medicinally or for fumilyburposes. To many of my patient-, xrh.. ; -suffering
from indigestion and nervous affections. T .. -oi-nbeu ISabob nibke:
for their use, and I tase pleasure, in saying to you the effect has been most satisfactory
Please send me by express six cases. xuurs, vui uuij.
16 IK!. XX. J. JjUUU6AVi -.. J--.
416 Montgomery St.
Having purchased the business of the
PACIFIC BTFINERY AND BULLION
We have removed our Office to 416
Montgomjrt Stkeet, where deposits of
GOLD and SILVER will be received for
Melting and Assaying, or for Coinage, as
LEAD BULLION PURCHASED
Also Highest Price paid for
OLD. SILVER and LEAD ORES
.... Manufacturers of ... .
FORWARDNG AND COMMISSION.
Superior facilities have beef secured by '
BARHETT, BLOCK & 00. ;
For forwarding merchandise to and from i
all parts of Arizona, via
MARICOPA AND CASA GRANDE.
All Consignments to their care will n-cehe jqt
A FULL stock of General Mercband!tj
always on hand and offered at BED-:
ROCK PRICES to Teamsters, Travelers. (Q:
Mark Goods " care 6. B. & Co." if ; '
Satisfaction Guaranteed, i .
Pipe. Sheet Lead, Shot
Bar Lead, Etc.
TN THE PROBATE COURT, COUNTY
jl oi xuma, .territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate of E,
It appearing to the Judge of this Court
by the petition this day presented and
filed by John G. Smith, the administrator
of the estate ot JMias u. Smith, deceased,
praying for an order of sale of certain
mining interests at private sale, that it is
necessary and best for all parties in inter
est that the sale of said mining interests
be made: it is therefore ordered bv the
Judge ot saia court mat all persons in
terestcd in tne estate ot said deceased aD
pear oeiore ine saia rrooate Court on
MONDAY, the 25th DAY OF AUGUST,
A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock. A. M. of said dav.
at the Court Room of said Probate Court
at the Court House in the Village and
County of Yuma, to show cause whv an
order should not be granted to the said
administrator to sell the said mining in
tercst ms prayed for;
And that a copy of this order be nub-
lished in the Arizona Sentinel, a news
paper printea ana puousneu in the saiu
County, li least iour successive weeks.
SAMUEL PURDY, Jr.
Dated, July 28th, 1879. l7-4t.
lining- Investors !
VTOTICE IS nEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.the Dirrc'ors of the COLORADO
RIVER COPPER AND UOLD MINING
COMPANY offer for sale the followirg
real and personal property of the said
corporation, situated at Empire Flat,
Yuma County, Arizona Territory, on the
Colorado River, about two hundred and
ten miles north of Yuma City:
Six mines fifteen hundred (1,500) feet in
length by three hundred (300) teet in
width, respectively; carrying valuable ox
idized ores of copper, together with free
gold. The title thereto is derived directly
from the locator thereof and is undis
puted. Also, one five-stamD auartz-crushin
mill, with power for ten stamps; all com
plete with best of machinery and in good
running order, under a good frame build
Also, complete outfit of mining imple
ments, assay office sunulies and
als. and boarding-house utensils and fur.
The above nroDcrtv IS 111 fiYnllnnf nrn
dition aud will be sold, entire or in lots"
at a great bargain for cash, in order to
wind up the estate of the hoirW nt ti,
greater part of the stock.
Parties desiring fuller information will
please call upon or address the Secretary,
By order of the Board of Directors.
H-AUG. WHITING, Secretary.
Office Room 6. No. 511 nc,..n. cfrot
San Francisco, California. 17-lin. 'j
TRAB JO, TRABAJO, TRABAJO
TIARA BUENOS MINEROS MEJICA
X nos (se pretier-i hombres con familia,)
se necessita 1UU hombres para trabajar eng
las minas de plomo de Castle Dome y las
de cobre y oro iiamaaas JLiien uowan.
Sor. WM. P. MILLER,
En la Petota (Castle Dome Landing,)
15-lm. Condado de Yuma.
PHOENIX, A. T.
E. GANZ, - Proprietor.
On the European Plan.
The traveling public will find ifc to their
interest to stop there. The only place
of comfort Iu the territory. ;
Having opened the above saloon in the
store nest to the Restaurant, I would
most respectfully solicit the patronage of
the citizens of xuma.
THE BEST QUALITY OF
Always on hand.
ICED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Meals at all Hours
TITOS. J. HOLT.
T?OR THE ACCOMMODATION OF
JL Visitors to the above named Dis-
trict, I have established a
In the very heart of the District and In
close proximity to its most celebrated
.mines. The Table will receive
especial attention, and be sup
plied with everything pro
curable in the coun
try. Hay and Grain
Always on hand, and a secure place pro
vided for animals.
I have also a stock of
Carefully selected to meet the wants of
Prospectors, Miners and Trav
elers, which I am sell
Cheap for Cash
As the goods can be laid down by any
40-tf JOHN B. ALLEN.
Leopold Furrer, j
WATERMAN ND DRAYIAS,
Would respectfully notify the citizens o ;
iuma mat lie is prepared to furnish
Promptly, to any part of the city, at usual1
g; rates, on condition that erery person
-receiving water pay promptly
At the Expiration of each Month.
And noticeis hereby given that ,;rsou
failing to so pay, will receive bo
more water from mm.
WOOD AND FEED YiRD,
Hay and grain for sale at the lowest
price in town.
THE CHOICEST BRANDS OF TO
bacco and Cigars kept always on
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED.
"Vc import carefully '-elected Leaf To
bacco in Bulk, aud manufacture Giarirs
ourselves, on he premises, thereby pre
serving ail the natural aroma and incis
Smokers Articles 'a 8sec!altr.
Cor. Meyer and Congress Streets.
TG-tf J. GOLVTKEE ABUO.