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TiVEI?3E:rD3KiVT IN A.TJJL. TfXIIVGIS.
YUMA. ARIZONA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 1882.
te Arizona jnfimil
Published every Saturday by tin-.
Sentinel Publishing1 Company,
MAXAGEll AND GBXEK.VI, BUSINESS AGENT.
One year ? 00
Six months 3 00
Single copies... j I'
One inch, first insertion , . .2 SO
Each .jubscaueiit insertion 1 25
Contracts by the year or quarter at re
E. O.Dake, 05 Merchants' Enhance, is
Ihe sole aifent of the Senti.vEi. in
San Francisco. The SenTixki, can al
wavs be found on file in his office.
TUIO OflDCD maybefoiinclonfilcatG(jrt.P.
rtiO rflrfln Rowell & Go's Newspaper Ad
vert ImsBurcar.(10SnniceSt.).whore advertising
contracts may bo made for it IX XEWYOHK.
G. 11 KNIGHT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ANI XOT. UT 1UMC.
This powder never vaiie. A niarve
ol purity, strength and wholcsumencss.
More ec'otn.micid than theordinarv kinds,
aud cannot be sold in con-petition with
(he multitude of low test, short weight
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Royvl BaKIN'G Powdeic Co., 100
Wall street. N. Y.
SYMPTOMS OF A
liossof Appetite, Bowels costive, Pain in '
the Head. with, a dull sensation in the
back part, Pain under the Shoulder
blade, fullness after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho
Heart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin,
Headache generally over the right eye,
Bestlessness, with fitful dreams, highly
colored Urine, and
irnnriithwwrim t jimwi'1 -i
TUTT'S PIIXS are especially adapted to
such cases, one dose effects such a change
of feeling as to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase th Appetite, and cause the
bodv to Tivlt oa Flrh. thus the svstem Is
nourished, and by their Toulo Action on the i
Digestive orcant, Kccruiar sioois are pro-1
duced. Price 25 cents S5 Murray St., It. Y.
mTS SUH flWla I
i lifliiua dWlaS
5B kr R wtnsKERs changed to a glossy
Black by asingleappllcaiionofttiisDYE. Itim-
parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold
by Druggists, or eent by express on receipt of Si. I
office, 35 Murray st., kew voEsi. j
CDr. TUTT'S Hi SUA L of ValnaMo Information am! V
CkTuI BcctlpU trill bo railed FREE on application.
Buy at dealers' prices.
We will sell you any
I article for family or
personal use, in any
nnsmr rv afwhnWil.
price. No matter what you want,
sendtorour Catalogue, con-
tains over 1,900 illustrations.
We carry in stock the largest
variety of goods in the U. S.
227 & 229 Wabash Ave.,
IP JR0YAL USKrau? Jk Nil
From our Exchanges.
The Old Globe company hive
now two furnaces in blast, and
during the coining week will fire
The discovery of large bodies
of paying ore below the water
level assures for Tomhstoue a
The Bangor mine at the depth
of sixty feet is looking extrernelv
well. Indications warrant the
belief that it will prove a bonanza
to its fortunate owners.
The coke shipped from Willcox
amounts to one and a half million
pounds per month, For the coke
taken out copper bullion is re
turned pound for pound.
Taking the vote for sheriff it)
Pima county at the late election,
there were 1,S28 voles polled in
that county out of a census popu
lation of over 17,000. Theyjaust
have awfully large familiW in
The smelters of the Copper
Queen mine, Bisbee, did good
work last week reducing 736' tons
of ore, which averaged 13 per
cent, The ore boby increases in
quantity and quality as depth is
In the granduerof its resources,
the enterprise of its people, the
beauty of its women, the manli
ness of its men, thd brilliancy of
its future and the solid foundation
on which it rests, Cochise flashes
like a gem among Arizona's
jSTew Mexico papers speak of
the geological survey now being
made cf their Territory. The
force of professors and assistants
is large and well equipped. They
are now working in the neigh
borhood of, Fort Wingate, coming
In Tonlo B
asm Dr. W. W.
mill is about corn
intended to work
ploted. It is
ore from the
owned by the
in the Basin are
for ''all thev art
The Old Dominion Co. has now
three furnaces in position two of
them running steadily, and if the
coke supply can be kept up the
up the third furnace will bo star
ted there being plenty' of ore on
hand to keep all of them going.
A young man namd Gallagher
was killed at Pioneer in the
Howard mine. He was ascend
ing in the bucket and wishing to
stop atone of the stations reached
out to pull the hell to stop. He
overbalanced himself and fell to
the bottom of the shaft, killing
IL Naval Reminiscence.
Admiral Purviance, who died
on Saiurdav, was a gallant and
famous naval commander, but
none of his exploits will be longer
rememhered than bis capture of
y,p n-infuilorifn nrivifpfir "Porral
,ne Juiecii rate privaieei J. errei.
yt wng jn the ear,y ,nontns ()f lhe
late ivil Wrtr and the then Ciip
tain Purviance was cruising
alone: the Southern coast in com-
m-mri of the frigate St "Lawrence
", lI,u ul "in iritfdieoi. -Lirt reiict,
a heavy and slow-sailing vessel
'of the type that antedated tho
j introduction of steam. The
!Pptrel waR a RlkNh iind smart
sc?n0f)nero1 tne revenue., marine
hat the Confederates had seized
ln unam-ston naroor and fitted
- " privateering service.
0:1 1 ft- Purviance espied her off
"""- "!ir raveiy nyinsr
. ,he new colors, and knowing that
his ship could not run her down
in a chaise, he tried strategy.
The ports of the old St, Lawrence
were cioseo, ner ngnter spurs
; housed, and -she was made to
ilook like a merchant vessel, at
the same time showing the
nationol colors. The Petrel
imagined that she had an easy
prize. She was run close under
the broadside of the frigate and
her commander was about to
summon the latter to surrender,
when Capt. Purviance run out
his guns and had the enemy eng
tirely at his 'mercy. He took the
Petrel captive, and as she had
been the first of the Confederate1
privateers, his achievement was
greatly applauded by the Union
loyalists, and helped to stimulate
the war feeling in theNorth, not
the less so because Cap. Purvi1-
nnce was a Southerner by birth
and a long line of ancestry.
New, quick, complete cure 4 days,
urinary affections, smarting, fre
quent or dflicult.urinatlon, kidney
disease?. $1, at. druggists. Ariz.
depot, J. J. MACK, San Francis-
co , Cal.
Catching a Rabbit for His Girl.
An Qicar Wilde young man
who lives on the North Side and
smoke cigarettes heard his
adored express a wih for a rab
bit. Wandering at duk past a
residence surrounded bv a spa
cious lawn, and pondering upon
possibilities of raising lucre
enough to purchase a long-eared
pet for thi'- demsel, his attention
was attracted by a white object
on the lawn. Closer examination
showed it. to be a rabbit. In the
shadow of some shrubs the little
animal set on. its haunches, with
ears erect. He chuckled to him
self as he saw how he couid save
the money he was going to bor
row to buy a rabbit witlrand yet
get the rabbit. He climbed the
fentfe, undismayed by the four
inch gash in his wall-paper trou
sers, and stole soiftiy upon the
unsuspecting rabbit. The rabbit
never stirred. Taking off his
elegant tile, that he had stood
Dunlap off for that morning, he
pounced upon the poor thing and
jammed the hat down over it,
and tho two white ears stuck up
through the new tiletop. It was
an iron rabbit. Chicago Herald.
Koujrli on ICntett,
The thing desired found at
last. Ask druggists for ''Rough
on Rats." ft clears out rats, mice,
roaches, flies, bed-bugs. Jo cent
Mrs. Gen. Lew Waliaee, wife
of the American minister, has
been permitted to ee the great
est beauty of Prince Feramorz'
harem in Turkey. Two wonder
fully utfly black eunuchs met tl.e
Visitor at tho iron gate of a beau
tiful garden . and conducted her
to a large room rather, barren of
furniture, but hung with fine
eastern draperies. Here she
found the prince's latest acquis
ition, whom she thus describes
in the Independent: "Among
the billowy cushions and vapor
ous veilings rose the young face.
Oh! what a revelation of beauty!
uulifted in a curious, questioning
way to see what manner of wo
men these are who come from
the ends of the earth with un
veiled lace, and o about tho
world alone, and have to think
for themselves poor things!
The expression was that of a
lovely child waking from summer
slumber in the happiest humor,
ready for play. A sensitive, ex
quisite face fair as the first in
women while the angel was yet
unfallen. A perfect oval, the lips
a scarlet thread, and, oh! those
wonderful Asiatic eyes! lustrous,
coal black, long rather than
round, beaming under joined
Wells' Health Renewer, Abso
lute cure for nervous debility and
weakness of the generative func
tions; $1, at drueririst. Arizona
I depot San Francisco. Cal.
The peach-stones ceased rat
tlirig around the hall, tho win
dows wont down, the munching
of peanuts was hushed, and
Brother Gardner had a firm hold
of tne piattorm with his toes as
he arose and began:
"A resident of my nayburhud
died de order day, an' dis
evenin' de committee' pinted to
write an eulogy on his character
war' showing ne a dr tf t of what
dey had nrepar'd. De aulogy am
in sekshuns, an' I will quote it
'"Hef Was a man who did not
gib to de poor wid one h-m' an'
steal from de taxpayers wid de
'He nebber gin a dollar to the
heathen in Africa, but he stilus
paid his debts in America.
"While he did not purfess to
be a perfect Christian, he remem
bered dat only one seat belonged
to him when he trabbled.
"He made no great adoo "huot
his honestly, an' yit he remem
bered when an' whar' he borrow
ed a heo or a shovel.
"He did not call hisself better
dan his fellow man. an' vit, lie
had a kind word tur a boy with a
sore toe an' a ton of coa fur a
nay bur wid a broken leg.
"He felt that he had a duty to
do by de chnrcb. and vit he eng
tered a circus by de front doah.
and de soun' of a fiddle put new
speerit into his feet.
"If he did not sing his hymns
from de housetop, neither did de
world h'ar what he said when he
arrove home an's foun' his wife
sickabed, de hired gil gone an'
de baby howlin wid a paper of
pins in his mouth.
By incidents like the one re-
lated below Oscar Wilde justifie.-
his assertion that American so
ciety is rude even to boorish tiess:
"In Saratoga last week I stopped
at the States and Congress liall
two of the. best hotels, which
one would suppose be patronized
by cultured people. While talk
ing with Judge Brady there a
jreat crowd came around us,
mostly women, and, finding it a
bore to be thus started at, 1 mov
ed on into the office. There they
came flocking in after us. I went
to the billiard-rooms, but found
no refuge there. The women
rushed there ladies in silks and
crapes and laces, with diamonds
in their ears, bringing their
daughters with them. To bulk
the pursuit utterly, I fled to the
bar-room. Will you believe me
that they came there in ten
minutes fifty to one hundred of
them filling up the place al
most? Jt seems to me a most
painful and dreadful thing the
bold-face staring and half audible
comment. It seems much worse
than Ihe conduct of abandoned
women. Why didn't I sav.
'What'llyou have ladies?' Oh,
it wouldn't have done any good,
"and all the country would have
said 1 had insulted the ladies at
Old Chief Pocotello, now at the
Fort H-dl agency, in answer to
itn inquiry relative to the true
Christian character of a former
Indian agent at that place, gave
in very terse language the moat
accurate description of a hypo
crite that was ever given to the
public: "Ugh! Too much God
and no flour."
A fact little known as that the
United States nickel five-cent
piece furnishes a key to metric
measures and weights. This
coin is two centi metres in diam
eter, and its weight is five gram
mes, A good old Quaker lady, after
listening to the extravagant yarn
of ii person as lone as her patience
would allow, said to him:
'Friend, what a pity it is a sin to
lie, wheu it seems so necessary to
A Reliable Remedy lff i ""Resist
DISEA8E8 Or THE MV AN0 HEAUI,a
SKIN, jSli' PowE'
6ucm ,s Tetters, MvW SWAYNES'
P.MPLEO, SORES, iMVmmfl'MTUCNT
Blotches, kMPwW U'NTMENT-
RA8H' J- O'-CttKf'TOFAL-
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Ringworm, KffiflWSs,TCM!"0 A,,D ,N3U,"Na
Barbers1 JKSmF sweet Repose, it
Itch, known by many as
Redne88o ffMfi "The Great Cure
Nose MkaM' rcR Itchinq Pile8."
Face ev SwAVNE & SoN'
j ' " T
Old fashionable remedies are rapid
jivhur ground he ore tt efadvanei! of Wvt
fmnui;riiiir Mx-citie, and dd fiiMamied
id. -ms in r.-"-:ird ! n denlrt.iuli a :nc;i:i; of
cure. Siave Ih-.imi quite cxuluded 1 tln
successor the ureal renov.int, which ton
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neutralizes mahtria depurates mid
riches the hluod, i-jiiscs the liver when
dormant, and promotes a. regular hapit
Kor sule by all DrnyUts and Dealei
Comer Geary tni IS. so
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Special Complicated, an I
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guiesi-cs. ur. Xiieiii a ucr-
III.IN 111 HU. Illlll IS
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cure, netvoiis and physie i.
yjAi fJ triiinhootl, loss of oners
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the he ml, inrl.iin hoh hiiju-
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the Iuvior; tir will u t
cure under special treatine.-t and advice.
. The reason so many cannot i;er eun d
of weakne-s and the above .disease. ,
iii!r to a coinpl cationed called prixt -torrlieii
uhi'-h ivijuireo peculiar trear
mcnt. Lic'nit's Inviirnrator 2 is a positive
cure f ir prot.iterrhea. Price of either
Iuvisorator .32 er Unttle; sx for 10
Sent, to any adiress on rjeeipt of price
or C. O. T). Uestioiisible persons pav
when cured Strictest Secrcsy Maintain
ed. PatieiHS cured an home. Liebia's
Disi-ensary runs and eleirant drui; store
in the huildiii. (Consultation, personal
ly or by letter, fi
Any recent cases of special or private
diseases cured for 10. Remedies suffi
cient to cure will lie promullv sent witn
full direction and advice on reeeipt.nl
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kThis Great Stren.
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tonic, is the rb-
ult of over 20
years of practical
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114 8 IIJI l6.1UJsitaijLi;iiiij,
iu .-s. peimatorrhuia, Jmissions, inipo
tency, Exhausted vitality, Premature De-
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i'rain. Muscles. Digestion, Reproductive
Orjrins mid Physical and Mental Facul-ti-
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unt-.iry Josses, !ebilitatinr dreams. senun-
tl losses with the urine, etc., so destruc
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b itlle, or.hve bottles m ease, with full di-
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rrom oliservation to auv address upon re
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Coiisuliations strictly eontideiitia), by let
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JL will seiul a trial nottle ot Uio KEJU-
vbn'at u sufficient ! show its merits
free l charge, to anyone alHicted, npply-
nir by letter, statu-;1: his symptoms and
lire. ommuiHcatioiis are an siricny
oniidential. my 13-tf
ST AS HEKN SOLI; IN ALL THE
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iiiif.i iii i It is lii-hlv reciiiuiiie-iiled
tiv She Faculty i al! cases of Ncr ihis-icoS,
WiN.k"--, Debility, Lhspcysu, -Indiges
i is r-w introduced to the public 01
the Paciile Seine, indorsed b the eminent
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M-.ss.ic'iUset s, and Dr. II. C. Louder
bach, of.-1. Louis, Mo., both jfunih'men
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ters from'persons. from all parts of the
L'nion and C-nuida to testify to its merits
uid rhe.lienetlL it has afforded as a family
remedv ami tonic. Sold hvall drinrelsta
mil grocers by the case, bottle, or jrall-
CAUTION None irenuine unless la
beled with my shznuture over the cork.
STSON, CROCKER & CO.,
Airenti for Yuma and vicinity
The Tentorial and County taxas for
the vear ISM, :u-i- n w due and payable
at. tile Sheriffs OiHce. at the Court
House. In the Village and County of
Vuma. from 0 A. M. to 12 M. ai d 1 to 5,
P. M. Taxes will he delinquent on and
MONDAY. DECEMBER 18th.
tf o'clock, P. M. and unless paid b. -fore
that time the usual 5 per cent and
costs will Ue added.
Sej t. 2if Tax Collector.
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