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SATURDAY, - - APRIL
From U. S. Signal Office Yuma. A.T
Following is the report for the week end
ing March 31 1SS0.
Max. 1 Min.
25 91 53 35 S Clear
& 03 51 83 S Clear
27 93 56 32 N Clear
25 ir3 56 32 N Clear
29 91 03 26 V a riable Clear
30 96 61 25 W Clear
31 97 5S 1 31 S Clear
AXXUAL DATA UP TO DATE.
'I empcrature Cloudy Ruin
Max. 1 Min. Days. Tall.
1878 111 1 21' 15 2.8S
1879 116 I 27 11 3.29
8180 III 25 . 6 0 71
1881 97 bl 2 0.00
-We had the oleasure of examining a few
days ago a jewel box that one of our citi
zens presented to his better half as a
Christina present. Although a little late
in the presentation owing to the great
amount of labor required in its construc
tion, we have no doubt that is was as
gladly received us if it had been on time.
It is almost impossible to discribe this
marvel of workmanship which has oc
cupied the entire time of one man for up
wards of four months and although made
almost entirely with a common Jack
knife would reflect credit upon most skill
ed mechanic in the world. In its construe
tion the re a e over 5(00 pieces consisting
of all the rare and beauli'ul woods grown
on the Pacific coast, and in design repre
senting flower; and emblems inlaid in
ebony with 6atin wood as well as some of
the most delicate carving irmagiuable
while the iulenoi is finished in about the"
same style and lined with velvet and sa-
tiiswitli trays and cunning little nooks
fur rings and watches etc, etc. Taken
:!! in nil it is-just what we would imagine
a man lilce J. II. Taggart would cor.cieve
tnb a fitting Christmas gift to his amible
Atd .- cei.iii:lirln d wife.
Our local item in last week's issue,
relative'o tin Prison (J iinmissioners hold
ing ov ron account of the failure of the
Bemocritic Council to confirm the Gov.
tirnor's appointees, we find wjis entirely
in error. Such would have been the
rc.-nlt luui the Governor not reappointed
and eomtnis.-ioned after the adjournment
of the Legislature which leaves it for the
next session of the Legislative council to
confirm or reject "as they may. It is a
notorious fact and a matter of record that
the policy and course persued by the
couneil toward the Governor's nomina
tions to all Territorial offices was most
disgraceful and to say the least undigni
fied and unstatesmanlike. The new com
missioners are Wm. M. Buffum, John
Haynes and J. F. Knapp. They will
hold a meeting in Yuma on Monday, the
fourth instant, and we venture to predict
there will be but few changes made in the
officials of the prison. We have
no reason to anticipate any as the present
officials arc good ones.
Freight traiH No 22 West bouud Wed
nesday evening met with a serious acci
dent about 4 miles east of Gila Bend,
Nine curs were thrown from the track and
ympletly dumolUkcd. J.H. Roberson one
o'i the brakemen was killed and Frank
Black badly injured in the hand. The
accident was caused by one of the wheels
breaking directly through the center.
Mr. Roberson was from Alameda Cal. and
a. young man of good habits and excellent
reputation. One curious phase was the
finding of a tramp in a sealed car of bull
ion with his head jammed quite through
the side of the car and a large lot of buil
ioH on his legs and body but alive. The
incoming through passenger train was
delayed nearly six hours.
Genial Horace Clark has been spending
o few days in town, Horace informs u?
that. h3 will soon form a procession of his
Wagons and Mules and take up his line
of march for the grass covered vallej's of
Sun Bernardino county, there to repose
undefttawn fig and vine the balance of
his well spent life. Never m the language
of W. Tell will he say, " Ye rocks and ores
TJl haul ye once agaiu,"
LOCAL MATTE RS.
Judge Alexander took a flying trip to
'I ucson last week.
General Boyer k-ft ytsterday morning for
his home in San Bernardino.
Georire Thurlow left for his mines at
Mesquite last Wednesday morning.
We are glad to see Charley Scott, once
more around after his reeetil severe ill
ness. Charley Baker came iu from his ranch
Tnursday and will remain In town for a
Col. E. E. Hewett Asst Supt S. P. R. R.,
arrived in town Wedner-day evening and
remained over night leaving on the de
layed train Thursd.iV morning at 11 A. M.
53T" Fine pair of Glasses. Splended
pair marine glasses, made f"i U. S. sing
nal service, really worth 65. will be sold
for $16 at Uncle Harris', 221 Kearny street
between Bush and Sutter.
It is thought Judge Alexander will be
tendered the Secretoryship of the road
Commission. This would be a most fit
ting appointment as the Commissioners
should have legal talent connected with
Dire and fearful rumos are in the air
in regard to the safety of the official
heads of the Prison guards and officers
We hope thai a full and lair investigation
will be given all, as a great deal has been
done lately in hearsay evidence.
If we are correctly informed an inves
tigation by the Railroad or Steamboat
Company into recent acts of a certain
high official in this vicinity would devel-
ope some very rich facts as to ways that
are dark and tricks that are vain.
The road Commissioners Capt. Polha-
mus, Abe Frai'k and Gus Crawford will
meet about Monday next and map oi.'
their plan of hction this is a very import
taut Commission and we look forward to
their good work with considerable inter
est. The few warm d- tins week have had
a woudci fill erieet in a sanitary point or
view. Quile a number of invalids have
thrown away their crutches and canet. and
now walk freely and rejoice over the ar
rival of the thermometer at the usual 11)0
in the shade.
We hopti our worthy Secretary will
give us the printed Journals of the last
session. of the legislature at an early day.
Six weeks would appear ample time in
which to print them yet, two years ago it
took six manths.
We are under obligations to Mr. Henry
Fox the former popular proprietor of the
Palace Hotel. Now of Riverside Cal. for a
copj' of the Riverside Press and Horti
culturist a mammoth sheet devoted to the
interest of that enterprising and highly
We desire to join our friend Judge
Tucker of the Democrat in promising to
our readers some iiitere.tiiig facts in con
nection with the lastessi'n of the legis
lature we will wait fur a printed copy of
tlie Journals that we may be guided entir
ely by the records.
W. C. Bamev was an ested on Wednes
day charged with assault with intent to
commit murder, and brought before
Judge Tonge where he waived an cxamin
ation and gave bait in the sum of fifteen
hundred "dollars for his appearance be ore
the Grand Jury-
The Jury in the Kalloch case hrought
in a verdict of not guilty after being out
21 hours. What seems to us a singular
phrase in the verdict that thev should
pass upon the question of acquittal by a
former proceeding. If there is anything
ut what a San Francisco Jury can puss
upon it will have to yet be brought out
Mr. William Ruth of Los Angeles i,
paying our town a visit for his health. Our ( lions in 1887. It will be seen by
village hnsbeconiB one of the most noUd;n()0(j.,y) Slining wjln a quirk,
resorts tor invalids sufiering with nny ' fiilshig liht the entire year, af-
diseases of the throat or lungs, on the' .... ... , ,, ,
ter which it will gradually de-
coast. If we had a first el.ss hotel large
enough to accomodate the people who CIW ,n Mshtnww and finally
come here for thei. health our village disappear, not to return to our man the chief adviser ofCetewa
would toon take rank among the most ! heavens till 2202, or 315 years afi yo. and the Celt had prospered
noted health rsorts in the world. ! isS7. This star first attracted the ' well in his queerly chosen home.
Any Tyner will make a specialty of
his Sunday dinners at the Palace here
alter everybody is' invited, Oyster soup,
Turkey, Chicken and Lobster salad's tomorrow.
Dentest Burgess is stopping at the
Palace Hotel this week The well known
reputation of Dr. Burgess is a sufficient
guarantee that his work will be first class
in every particular. Wc hope that he
will meet with enough encouragement to
warrant him in making f e:ular visit here
during the year.
In the Probate Court on Tuesday the
final account renderedand presented by
Henry R. Mallory administrator of the
Estate of John C. Mallory deceased was
duly heard and the petition of the admin
istrator allowed and his bonds released
from further liability. This Estate will
pay nearlj- forty cents on the dollar on
all claims allowed.
Through trains from the East, as we
predicted last, week, are now running on
time and carrying a goodly number of
passengers. Trains arrive here at a very
pleasant part of the d; y durii.ff the sum
mer months and passengers will not ex
perience any inconvienence from the
warm weather for which we have such an
Speaker Knapp ariived home on Wed
nesday morning looking hail and hearty.
Since leaving Prescott he has made quite
in extened tour through the Southern
pmtioii of the Territory Visiting Tucson,
To..ibestone, Charleston, Phoenix and
other places of interest. He gives quite
flattering accounts of the prosperous
mining interests wnercver ne nas visueu.
Wells Fargo to Co, Express Thursday
evening brought in it treasure box $118.-
000 gold coin for Thomas Hughes biing
the last payment on ihe Bhick Rock min
ing property recently purchased by Mr
F, J Clark. We congratulate Mr. Hu lies
on the consumation of this sale but feel
more like congratulating the fortunate
man who has secured this princly pro
perty. Charley Scott the popular proprietor ot
the "Fashion " has (.ecu down with a
very severe attack of Erysipelas which at
one time assumed a very dangerous char
acter. We are happy say now that he
is conv:.lceing rapidly, and will soon be
back to his business His rapid ncovcrv
is uiidoubt-dly due in a great measure to
Caut. A. D. Johnson at whose house he
has been most kindly cared for by bis
We arc perfectly in accord with tl.e
Tombstone Nugget in its remaiks upon
the recent acquittal of ICalloek it says:
We cannot congratulate the good citi
zens of California, on the acqi.lttal o
3'oung Kalloch. The jury that acquitted
bun should be embalmed and sent to
some barbarous land as biilliant speci
mens of intelligent jurors. The spectacle
of cheering him home, and the reception
that followed, was a disgrace to Ameri
The Star of Bethlehem.
Prof. CI A (trimmer of Kinston
Jamaica, who is a scientist of
fame, recently made some wond.
erful prophecies in connection
with the action of the planets and
other heavenly bodies. lie say.-
"In lS87tie ".Star of Bethelehem
will once more be seen in Cisse
ophia's Chair " and it will be ac
companied by a total eclipse of
the sun and moon. The star o i
ly makes its appearance once iu
315 years. It will appear and il
luminate the heavens and exceed
in brilliancy even Jupiter which
in opposition to the sun, and
therefore nearei to the earth and
brights. The marvelous brilliancy
of the 'Star of Bethlehem' will
aurpnss any lvuma v.ai..,.
attention of modern astronomers
in 1595. It was no newstar, howi
ever, for it was th star thut
shone so brightly 4 B. C,, and was
the etar tha illuminated the h-n
vens at the nativity of Jous
Christ. This star has reappi-arcii
every 315 years since, anr fv re
educated astrologer is certain .hat
it will appears again in 1887. The
appearance of this star, accom
panied as it will be by solar and
lunar eclipse, together with the
baneful influence that follows the
positionsthat Mars and Saturn
will occupy, will cause a univer
sal war a nd portenteous floods
and shipwrecks. North America
will be involved in civil strife
and a reign of terror will prevail
in the Atlantic States, unless a
Napoleon arises to quell it. There
will be n war of classes the rich
will array themselves against the
poor, and vice ver.-a, every where
Could anything be grimmer?
The Republican Legislative
After the adjournment of the
Territorial Legislature the Re
publicans of i hat body met for the
purpose of appointing a " Legis
lative Republican Territorial
Committee" to assist in the adi
va'ncement of that party through
out the Territory during the next
two years. The following is the
John Hay nes, E. B. Giflord, M.
S. Snyder Pima county.
II G. Rollins Cichise county
'i. R. York Graham county.
Donald Robb Gila county.
A. J.. Doran Pinal county,
J. Fi Knapp Yuma county.
D. South wick Mohave county.
Geo. E. Brown Yavapai county.
The following named gentlei
men were unanimously elected as
permanent officers of-the commi
ttee: John Hay nes, President; Geo.
E. Brown, Vice'President; A. J,
Doran, Treasurer; M. S. Snyder,
Recording Secretary; J. F. Knapp
It is announced to be the duty
of the above committee to look
closely to t he affairs of the party
and earnestly urge the Republi
can press of the Territory tu a
more united, consistent and con
stant advocacy of the principles
and policies of the Republican
party, and especially in connec
nection with such Congressional
and Territorial subjects of legis
lation as will be of special inter
est and importance to our Terri
tory during the next two years.
The Gazetie urges the addition
of the names of Geo. E. Mowry,
George F. Coats and J. D. Monl
han, to represent Maricopa county
This suggestion made by the
Gazette is si good one and we will
say is considered favorably by the
Committee and action thereon
will be taken by the Committee
attheir next meeting,
The Irrepressible Irishman.
That the Irishman is adventun
our beyond .ill others, is conceded
He is always doing something
noteworthy and is ever wining
success, except in his own coun
try. When the British made wir
on the Zulus, they found an Irish-
Now that the British have been
driven from the height at Spitz
kop, we are told that an Irishman
is high tit the eoun.-ils of the Boer
j commander. The Irishman ap.
! peared as an important-Pasha in
the Ttircoi llu-sian war. Lynch
Ic mi of :bp conquering loaders of
the Chilian force. MacMahon is
France's greatest soldier. Irish
man swarm in honorable and res
ponsible places in this country.
Sheriden, according to Gr.ut, is
the peer of any soldier in the
world. Arthur is Vice President
An Irishman is Governor of
Hongkong. Irishmen are Eng
land's ablest generals to-day. As
for Germany's heroic Moltke. all
the world knows he is a defend
ant of Mulcahy, an emigrant from
Cork. If the Jeannette has suc
ceeded in reaching the North
Pole, there is Utile doubt that
Commander DeLong's eyes first
rested on an Irishman perched on
the top of that long sought piece
of timber and good naturdly
growling, "B gorra, but ye were
along time a comin'!". Alta.
All persons are hereby noifited
that ihe law iu regard to dis
charging firearms within the in
corporated limits of the village ol
Yuma, will be strictly enforced.
Sec. 2 Com. laws provides. That
any person or persons having or
carrying any pistol or gun, snail.
in the public streets or highways,
discharge the same indiscrimina
tely, thereby disturbing the peace
or quiet and endangering the
lives of the inhabitants of any
town or neighborhood in this
Territory; such person or per
sons, upon conviction thereof be
loie any justice of the peace, in
the county where such offence
may be committed shall be fined
in any sum not less than tenor
more than nfly dollars and im
prisoned in the county jail not
less than two nor more than
ten days, at the discretion of
the justice of the peace together
with the costs of prosecution.
Noticia de la Ley.
Tod persona que dispara pis
tola o otro arme eng calle publica o
otra parte sin descriniinacion
causa ndo disturbio de la paz y
quietud de n inhabitantes y
poniendo eng peligro la vidade
cualesquera, sera multado v eng
caaaeludo segun la ofensaaclarado
y pagara todo gasto del proceder
Ironcao Mining Company.
LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE
location of works, Silver District Yu
ma County, A. T,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at
a meeting of the Board of Directors, held
on the TWENTY NINE! H day of NOV
EMBER 18S0 an assessment, (No. 3 ot
live centt (5 cts) per share was levied up
on the capital stoek of the corporation,
payable immediately in United States
gold coin, to the Stcrctary, at the ollice of
the Company, Knoms 8 and 9 No. 324 Piue
street, San Kraueisco California.,
Any stock upon which the assessment
shall reuifun unpaid on the TWENTI
EIGIIT day of JANUARY 1S81 will be
delinquent, and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction ; and unless payment is made
before will be sold on MONDAY the
TWENTY-FIRST, day of FEBRUARY 18S1
to pay the delinquent assessment, tc
gether with the. costs of advertising and
expenses of sale By order of the Board
CALVERT MEADE. Secretary,
OFFICE 324 Pine street,
San Francisco California.,
The delinquent day of above assessment
is hereby postponed "until February 26th.
18SI and the daj of sale until Monday
March 2lst 1881. 3y order of the Board
CALVERT MEAD, Scy.
The above delinquent nay of the above
assessment is hereby postponed until
April 4th 1881 and the day, of sale until
Monday the 25th, diiyofAoril 1881. By
order of the Board of Directors.
CALVERT MEADE. Secy.
HENRY N. ALEXANDER,
Attorney at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
ommissioner of Deeds for the States of
Californi - and Pennsylvania.
Jflice, 'Main street, next toSentinel oificc,
L. A, MULL N.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ynraa : : . : Arizona,
Proposal for Fresh Beef and
H radquarlers Department of Amoa.
O'liee of Chief Commissary of Sub
sistence. Whipple Barracks, Prescott, A. T.,
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate,
.-unject to the usual conditions, will
ne received at this otlice or at the ollice.s
of the Acting Assistant Commissaiies of
Snbsi-lciiee at tin following named posts,
until 12 o'clock noon, on Mondav, April
11, 1881, at which time and place they will
ue opened in presence of bidders, for
furnialuiigjud delivery of such quantities
of beef and mutton on the blocii as may
from time to time be required at Forts
Ap.iehf, Bowie, Grant, Lowell, McDowell,
Alojave, Verde, Yuma and Camps Hun
chuca and Thomas aud Whipple Barracks,
l'ri-eotl, in this Department from July 1,
1861. to Juiu-.:J0. 1882.
1'tie Government reserves the right to
reject an or all i rooosals.
Blai.k " ;-$jposals and full information as
to ihe manner of bidding, condition to be
observed ly oidders, ahd terms of contract
and payment will be furnished on apoliea
t,ioi) to this oaice. or to the Commissaries
at the posts.
The contracts to be made under this
advertisement shall not be construed to
involve the United States iu any obliga
tion for payment iu excess of the appro
priation granted by Congress for the pur
pose. Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked: "Proposals for Beef and
Mutton at and addressed to the
u-dersigned or to the respective post
Cup lain and C.S., U.S.A.
Proposals for Flour.
Headquarters Department of Arizona,
Cilice of Chief Commissary of Sub
sistence Whipple Bakraks, Prescott, A. T.,
March 10, 1881.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate,
subjeet to the usual .conditions, will
be received at this otlice :md at the olllces
of the Acting Asistant CommUsaries of
Subsis'ence at the following named postsr
until 12 o'clock noun, Monday, April 11,
13(31, at which time aud places they will
be opened iu i i;.-.ence of bidders for furn
ishing and delivery of FLOUR as' follows:
Fort Apache, A T, 55.000 pounds; Fort
Bo.vie, A.T.., 40,000; Fort Grant. A. T.r
40,000 pounds; Fort McDowell. A. T.r
1S.U00 pounds; Fort Lowell, A.T., lO.COtf
pounds; Fort verde. A. T., 25.000 pounds;
Camp Huachua. A T., 22,000 pounds;
Ci'iup Thomas. A. T.' 40,000 pounds;
Whipple Barracks, A. T., 25,000 pounds.
Delivery of one-half the amounts will
be required within 4" days and the balance
within 00 das after notification of award.
No bids will he entertained unless samp
les be furnished which should not be of
l.s weight than 12 pounds, so marked as
to tie ras-ily identified, and should Teach
this oiiice oh or before the date for&pcii
ing bids. A standard sample of Flour of
the quality this advertisement contemp
lates, will be furnished bidders on appli
cation, which application should be made
at the earliest practicable date.
The Government reserves the right to
reji-ct any or all proposals.
Blank proposal and full information as
to the manner of bidding, condition to be
unserved by bidders, an'1 terms of con
tract and payment will be furnished on
application to this olfice. or to the Com
missaries at the uosts.
Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked: "Proposals for flour at
," and addressed to the undersigned
or to the Commissary at the post.
CHAS. P EAGAN.
Cantain and C. S. U.S.A.
After this date all fees in my office
must be paid in advance of work done.
Any prospector known to be broke and
without, employment c;tu have all the
work he requires dona without charge
There will be no exception made with
others. Yuma A. T. Feb. 10th 1881.
SAMUEL PURDY Jr.
To U. L. GOODMAN.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
I .mve expended one. hundred (100)
dollars on each of the following named
mines located jointly by you and William
Bear with me. wit: Ihe Oro Grande
and La Plata Bonita and if within 90
days from date hereof you fail to pay to
me your propoi tion thereof amounting
to sixty six and OG-lOO dollars j'our eight
tittle and interest in the said mines will
cease and become the i-ropert' of the un
dersigned according he prorisions of sec
tion 2324 of an act of Congress approved
may 10th 1872. Dated Plomoso Yuma
County A. T. Jan. loth 1S81.
It is Trulv Wonderful.
To see what improvements now exis
as compared with riilway travel only
a few years ago. Tj become convinced
of this one has only to select for his rout
East, the popular and well known
Chicago and Northwestern Railway
You are landed' by the ifcion
Pacific R. R. in the Union Depot at Coun
cil Bluffs, where stands the C. fc N.-W
Palace Train, composed of pulIman Hotel
Cars, Pullman Sleeping Cars, elegant Day
Coaches, Smoking, Baggage, Postal Ca:s
etc., ready to convey its passtngers
through Iowa and Illinois, and into
Chicago. Glidsing moothly along over
the superb track of steel rail through
tiriving cities and villages, conifoitably
seated in this train, one scarcely du-eovers
the high rate of sneed which he is riding
Trains of :his road are always on time
connections sure, and passnngers seeking
pleasure, comfort, safety and ea.-e in
traveling, will tind the "North-Western
" In excess of their expectations, aud
the greatest of all rentes to Chicago and
the East. Insist upon Ticket Agents scl.
ting you Tickets via this Road: all Agents,
sell them. Examine your Tickets, and
refuse to buy if they do not read over this
Road. Ifyou wish the Best Traveling
Accomodations, you will buy your Ticket
by this Route, jf AND WILL TAKE