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SATUIWAY, JULY VI. 1SS2.
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at 4 p. M.
at 8 a. sr.
6 a. M.
5 p, M.
to to 8 P. M.
9 A. M.
8 P. M.
Money order and register business
closes at 5 p. m. daily.
Hereafter ads. in this column will be
charged for at tut rte of 10 cts. a line.
A new soloon will be opened shortly
near Lyou's store.
Passenger travel on the emigrant trains,
bound west, is on the increase.
A "dummy" man, with eighteen dollar
vpoots on, is a startling phenomenon.
Phrenix had a whirlwind last Tuesday,
which damaged the trees to some extent.
The old veteran, Dan Connor, remaius
on the steamer Mohave as chief engin
eer. A magnificeut Diano for one of our
Yuma belles is on the way from San
The Yuma Exchange will soon change
hands, and will be re-opoued under an
Hen. J. J. Gosper, ex-secretary of
Arizona is registered at the Baldwin in
The President has nominated" A. W.
Hooper, of California, Associate Judge of
the Supreme Court of Arizona.
A new guard station has been built o n
prison hill. Itcommauds a full view of
the pris n and surroundings.
The sailing of the steamer has again
boeu .postooned. This time the depart
ure has been fixed for July 3lst.
Luscious Mission grapes, from Hall
Han. oil's vineyard, are for 6ale in town.
They arc a uohth earlier than California
Yuma county sent an exceedingly good
chlegitiou to the Democratic eonvmtion,
and its members made a most creditable
1 Mr. Felipe Amabi6ua and family are
now residents oi Pnoeuix. Quite a nnin--ber
of "the old residents of Yuma .live iu
the above mentioned burg.
The family of Don Jesus Coutreras left
on Monday for Phosuix. Mr.Contre-
ras is engaged iu the freighting business
between Maricopa atid Prescott.
The ranches of Arizona have during the
'past ten years, increased three hundred
and forty-six per cent, or a clear gain of
five hundred and ninely-five, which with
the excepiions of Dakota, Nebraska ;and
Idaho, is the largest per cent, gain of auy
State or Toiritory in the Union. Citizen
Mr. M. Goldberg, a clever and affable
gentleman who has been spending a few
weeks in Yuma, left on Tuesday for San
Bernardino. Mr. Gojdberg made many
friends during his stay here, who will re
mem oer him long after he has returned
to bis home, in the lovely lowlands of
One of the oldest and most popular
citizens of Yuma will settle in Tucson in
the course of a month. Col. Lyman A.
Smith has decided to move from our
town, as Tucson is nearer the base of op
orations of his mines in Sonoita valley.
He-will take with him the good will and
best wishes of all.
Judge Pinn'ey. successor to Hon. De
Forrest Porter as District Juds" of . the
Second Judicial District of Arizona,
arrived In Phoenix yesterday. The Judge
is, like his uredecessor, a very genial
gentleman and has already created a
very favorable impression with our citi
zens. Herald July 17th.
In Tombstone, Albert Y. Young, an old
man 07 yeas old, shot and instantly
' tilled We. Babier, two miles from town
Sunday night. Tho men were partners
jn a vegetable ranch, and quarreled over
.s. coukfight they were both interestei in
-on Sundny. Babl was a few years
t , -younger than Yqi pg and was the ag-
gressor. The coroner's jur exon?rated
young from all hlame,-rCitl?8D.
An unfortunate German, who had been
imbibing too freely, wa by unknown
parties robbed of his money, said to
amqunt to $400, on Wednesday night.
Since writing the above additional facts
have occured and come to light, which
give the affair a very serious asoect. The
man's name was Louis Baker, and it is
supposed that he was robbed by an ex
convict?, from the penitentiary, who had
taken the precaution to get him drunk.
This oocurred on Wednesday evening.
On Thursday morning he was around as
usual, but appeared drowsy. In the after
noon he went to sleep on a cot under the
ramada back of the Yuma Exchange. A
Sentinel hired man. passing his cot
about three o'clock, noticed that he was
breathing hard and had a pained expres
s'on on his countenance, but attributed
it to troubled dreams. It was soon dis
covered, however, that the man was sick,
and at four o'clock he died.supposably of
congestion of the brain brought on by
drink and super-heat. A Coroner's jury,
composed of Jos. J. Stein, Thos. Dow
ney, Jesus Morales, Jesus MonraeJ, Chas.
Webber and C. Hornor, returned a ver
dict in accordance with the above facts.
The body was buried on Friday morn-
iug. The perpetrator of the robbery
has not yet been found, although his
whereabouts is pretty definitely known.
We are in receipt of "Wade's Manual of
American Mining Laws,-' puhlished by
F. H. Thomas & Co., tit. Louis, Mo.,
and compiled by Wm..F. Wade, author
of "Wade on Retroactive Laws" and
"Wade on the Law of Notice." This
manual, unlike any other work hereto
fore published on Mining Law, will be
fouud to contain acompleet compilation
of the Mining" Statutes of all the different
States and Territories comprising what
is known as the Mineral Region of the
West. In addition, and following each
section, will be found a (ull collection of
all the authorities taken from both Fede
ral and States Reports, as also those
found in recent-publications expounding
such statutes. The work is in compact
form, making it a handy work for a min
ing man to have with him at all times.
The price of the work is S3.
Why has Uncle Harris not advertised
foi some time? Because he has been so
busy forfeiting pledges, getting them
ready for the people of this county to
purchase. Go and see him. 221" Kearney
street, beween Sutter and Bush streets.
A number of friendf
dence of Hon. G. W
Mrs. Norton a surpi
uesday night. Clio
coursed, and all the
i p-.c-.t. '
Doc. R. W. Musters has a large ship
ment of Merchandise going up to Nor
ton's La ding on the next steamer. Doc
is a great lavorite in Silver District, and
consequently does a thriving business.
A special train passed here on Saturday
night, loaded with tea. The cargo of tea
will go through dirtct to New Orleans a
new feature in tlu dniopinx of the S juth.
The old faxoriie and ever reliable
Nabob Whisky is 'again adv. rtised in our
columns. Sisson Uroker & Co. are the
agents for Yuma hud vicinity.
Mr. L. J. F, Jaeger and family, of Yu
ma, are at the Cosmopolitan. Mr. Jaeger
Is a pioneer of Arizona of thiity-two
years, standing, and still believes iu the
Territory. Herald .
Capt. G. C. Smith, A. Q M., late dis
bursing Quaitermaster for the Tucson
district, arrived and took station at Fort
Yuma on Monday morning.
Col. Chalmers Scott, with his family,
has gone on a visit to his home at Buena
Vista, San Diego oounty. L. A. Com
mercial. 'Tis reported that a heavy force of min
ers will be put at work ou the Castle
Dome mines, in addition to the men now
Mr. Efren Gonzales, of Castle Dome,
arrived in. town this week, and left ou
Thursday evening for the Gunsight coun?
Lieut. Ames returned from Los Ange -les
on Saturday, but left again for th at
place again on Wednesday moruiug.
Heavy rains are reported East. As yet
Yuma has iiot been blessed with the
Yuma is cooler than Phrenix. The
Gazette report is a little off.
The " Practical" Difiarance between Poe
try and Philosophy.
It sounds very poetic to say "man's in
humanity toman makes countlest thou;
sands mourn," but why not apply the
principle to the more practical 6ide of the
subject, and render the quotation thus:
" Swawne's Ointment on account of stop.
, Ping the Itching caused by the Piles, has
made countless thousand well and hap
py." There would be sound logic in this
but poets are never cheerful, are they?
I Continued from lstjage.)
.Board of Supervisors.
Yuma, A. T., July 10th, 1882.
REGULAR SESSION 9 O'CLOCK, A. M.
Board in session pursuant to adjourn
ment. Roll called. Present, Supervis
ors G. M. Thurlow, Charles Baker, and
Clerk. Absent Chairman Leopold Fur
rer. Minutes of previous meeting read ap
proved. Charles Baker in Chair.
Contract drawn by District Attorney
between the county and De Corse and
Taggart.for medical attendance and med
icine for indigent sick of county for six
months, flld. considered and approved.
Bond of Drs. De Corse and Taggart, as
County Physicians, filed and approved.
On motion the Board takes recess uutil
11 o clock, a. m. of this day, and immedi
ately convenes as a Board of Equaliza
tion. At 11, a. m. In session pursuant to re
cess, and on motion adjourned to meet
July 10th, 1882. at 11 o'clock a. m. ofYhat
G. M- Knight, Chairman, pro tern.
JSoard of Equalization,
regular session: 10 o'clock a. m.
Monday, July 10th 1882.
Board in session pursuant to recess.
Roll called, present, Supervisors Baker
and Thurlow and Clerk. Ahsent Leo.
On Motion" of G. M. Thurlow the Board
adjourned to meet July Uth, 18S2, att 10
o'clock a. m. of that day.
G. M. Unight, Chairman, pro. tern.
10 o'clock a. m.
July ltth. 1882.
Board in session pursuant to adjourn
ment. Rail called, present. Supervisors Chas.
Baker, G. M. Thurlow and Clerk. Ab-
sent Leo Furrer.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
Equalization proceeded with.
In the matter of assessment of Sin Ho
Chung, upon 230 the same reduced to
In the matter of complaint of James
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&uu usris tflai tile oultic Ob ciuun.ovt.
Henry Endy, mortgage, $27,65. Mar
gerita mine claim, assessed.
Mis. Mary E. Fox, mortgage 85000,
Oro mine and mill.
Henry Fox, mortgage S300.
Ginoct-hif) & Co , m Ktgage $74S, m ine
claim Silver district.
Ginocchio & Co , mortgage 150, min
ing nropert) S'lver district.
Ginocchio & &., ra irtg-ige .$l850,.min
ing property Silver district.
J. Downey Harvey, mortgage $1260,
mining churn Silver dist rict.
Isuac Lyons mortgage 225, mining
property Silver district.
David Neahr, mortgage $2960, resi
dence. A. H. Cargill, 3000 rain ing claim
Clerk ordered to notify "all persons
whose assessments have been changed of
the same, and that this Board will hear
complaints against the said asses smsnts
on Thursday, July 20th, 1882, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of that day.
On motion of G. M. Thurlow the Board
adjourned to meet Thursday July 20th,
at 10 o'clock a. m . of that day, and imme
diately convened as a Boa rd of Supervis
July 11th, 1882, 10 o'clock a. it.
Board in session pursuant to adjourn
ment. Roll called, present, Suoerviso rs Chas.
Baker, G. M. Thurlow and Clerk. Ab
sent, Chairman Leopold Furrer.
Minutes of previous meeting, read and
There being no present business, the
Board adjourned to meet Thursday, July
29th, at 10 o'clock a. m. or that day.
G. M Knight, Chairman, pro. tem.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, 2arly decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you
FREE OF CHARGE. This great remed
was discovered by a missionary iu South
America. Send a self.addressed envelope
to Rev. Joseph T. Inman. Station D, Nw
Simmond's celebrated Nabob Whisky.
Best in the world. Sisson, Crocker & Co.,
agents for Ynmanad'vieiniry.
"Doc," the old Chinese bar tender of
Yuma, is now a resident of Maricopa.
Renorled by O. D. Stewart, Sergeant U.
S. Signal Service, Yuma Station.
for the week ending jult 20. 1882.
Average barometer ; 29.843
Highest do' 29.946
Lowest do 29.750
Average temperature 93.3
Highest do 111.4
Lowest do . 77.2
Greatest daily range of temperature 33.1
Least " u 28.2
Average relative humidity 41.3
Average dew point .'...66.4
Number of days clear 5
" fair.. 2
" " c cloudy 0
" ' " on which rain fell..- 0
Total rainfall (inches) 0.00
Prevailing vind, SE.
Total movement of wind. 1033 miles.
Maximum velocity of wind 25 m. per hour
A very serious and painful accident oc
curred to Mr. Nell Johnson on last Wed
nesday evening. While sleeping on top
qf the" Colorado hotel, about ten o'clock,
his cot broke down, precipitating him to
the ground. He received severe injuries
about the bead and neck, which are re
garded as dangerous.
Harshaw has emigrated to the Russ
House, there being not less than five
gentleman registered at the Russ from
the burg named. Citizen.
How many are left?
The Board of Equalization is in session,
endeavoring to induce the modest tax
payer to place a proper valuation on his
Glad to see that the Phoenix Herald
took our advice. The Improvement is
noticeable, and the paper quite readabio.
Sunday five car-loads of Chinamen passed
through Yuma, bound for the end of the
Mr. Thoj. Downey, of Silver District,
is spending a few days with friends in
The larire stock of water melonBl In
town is playing smash with the merch
Chas. Baker, Esq., arrived in town this
week Irom his ranch on the Gila.,
Mr. Sam'l Cuttler, was in- town on
Los Angeles, :.,
Studi'e? will be resumed on
Tuesday, August 1st, 1882.
In the Probate Court, of the County of
Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the Estate of Frederick
"VrOTIOE IS HEREfeY GIVEN BY THE
JL under gued, Administrator of the
estate of Frederick Schimpf, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having
claims aerainst said Frederick Schimpf,
deceased, to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, within ten months after
the first publication of this notice, to the
said administrator, at his residence at
Ebrenberg, e-r to L. A. Mullan, his attor
ney, in the Village of Yuma, Territory of
Arizona. A. FRANK,
Administrator of the Estate of Frederick
L. A. Mullan,
Att'y foi Adm'r.
Dated Yuma, A. T., July 22d, 1882.
Strongly recommended by
THE MEDICAL FACULTY
For all cases of
1'ever, Etc., Etc.
SISSON, CROCKER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Yuma and vicinity.
G. Ginocchio & Co
We consider it our duty . to inform th
public that we are daily receiving
New Supplies of
jur stock Is fully assurted and well e
lected, consisting of
Ladies and gentS
and Shoe -.
Crockery, Hardware, Mining Implements
Watches and Chains, Gold and
Plated, Celleloid Jew
elry, PISTOLS & CARTRIDGES
Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors, Milwakee and
St. Louis Beer.
The continuous increase oi our trade
is sufficient guarantee that the public is
fully convinced' of our fair and honest
&0ODS ARE DELIVERED AT DEPOl
and all parts of the town free
Attached to our store we have a new and
Conducted by a first-class baker. -All or.
ders filled at short notice.
MOCHA, JAVA, AND C. R.COFFEE,
Fresh roasted and ground on the prem
G. Ginocchio & Co,,
MONTEVERDE & GANDqLFO,
jn Barney's Block, corner of Main and
"STia-MOLa., jSk.- T,
jy 23 tf:
WHOUSAEANO RETAIL! DEALER
"STX1232.Q., JZL.. "37.
WOrjLi)" RETURN THANKS FOR
' the liberal patronage heretofore
received and in order to merit future ex
pectations, WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC
DAILY EEC EI Vim
Eyery Mini Tlat Is Goo j,
to enable him to suit the taste of his cus
tomers, parties wishing to purchase
FIRST CUSS GOODS
Will find opon examination of his stock
that no auction or second rate articles
are to be
FOUND IN HIS STORE,
believiiig that good and
are what the public need, hie aim will be
to give Lis customers such goods as will
satisfy them and in quantities to supply
any demand at prices -whch will defj
- j:ipCse$ a ft: 11 and
DRY GOODS. FANCY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS. LADIES AND GENTS FUR
NISHING GOODS, GFNTS AND BOYS'
CLOTHING. GENTS AND BOYS HATS
BOOTS AND SHOES, STAPLE AND
FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ,
Wines and Liquors
. Antaer Beer.
HARDWARE. PICKS ANJ) 6HOVEL
BLACK AND GJANT PQWPEg, CAPS
FUSE. STESL., SAPULERY, WATCHES.
CLOCKS, AND SOLID JEWELRY.
For Miners Use.
Al! goods delivered free
within city limit?,