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SAl'lf ltDA Y. SEP. 27, 18M.
National -Ranfflcan TicM.
lames G. Biajjie,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
; JSohn A. Logasi?
FOB DELEGATE TO COXGRESS,
;., ... G. C. BFAfJ,
: : : : IAVAPAI.
roi: JOINT COUXCILMAJT,
F. K. AIBSW03TH,
: : : : Y.iVAPAl
rOK SUPT. OF PUBLIC IXSTKUCTIO.Y
J. L- LONG,
: : : GLOBE.
The attack upon Blaine through
b campaign liecalling in question
the legitimacy of his marriage
constitutes a most painful anu
humiliating commentary upon
the polities of this republic as a
profession. Selected by one of
thelwogre.it parties now strug
King for supremacy, as a candi
date for the Presidency of the
United Slates, it has been consid
red legitimate political warfare
to use as ,t weapon an inhuman!
and wretched scandal directed
against the character of an old
f pay-haired lady who happens to
be that candidate's wife-a scan
dal over thirty years old. 'ihe
one gleam of light scintillating
from the knowledge that this act
V wll'out parallel in all our polit
ical history, for outrageous inde
cency, 1 affords hut a transient
gleam of relief in the oppressive
darkness of shame and sorrow
which must hang like a pall b
f'ire the mental vision, of every
good American Citizen. It is a
light inherent with every voter
to scan closely and form opinions
f the public and moral deeds of
aspirants for office -t not only a
right but a duty. No one can
dispute this; hut it is a privilege
given to none to hold up the f.un
ily of a candidate to the public
gze, under the proclamation of
a malignant lie, in an endeavor
to defeat n -political opponent.
The cowardly attack upon the
peace and pure quietude of Mr.
Blaine's household has been mot
by a sympathetic shudder df
grief and horror throughout., the
land grief for the husband, grief
for the wi.e, grief for the father,
grief for the mother, grief for the
children, and horror that the civ
ilization of the nineteenth centu
ry permits tho perpetration of
such a crime against social and
domestic order. As an American
citizen we aro proud to know that
this feeling of grief and horror
is shared alike by the masses of
Ine American ppople without re
gard to political affiliation. There
is something peculiarly mournful
in the thought-visions of
that thirty-year old wife in Maine
silling in suprised sorrow araoti"
her cmldren, painfully wonder
ing what past or present act of
Jk-rs should have gained an eng
mity so bitter that she should be
s'abbed to the heart by the dag
ger of scandal. "Alas for the
inrity of Christian charily, un-(
der the sun!" What is the
charge? That he and she loved
each other unwisely when they
they were young, but truly loved
on and so married. The charge
is not true, but suppose it
had been: Where is the sin
that would . not hav'd been
lost in tho after mutual rep
aration? The charge is not true,
yet the trail of the serpent i- over
all and, no matter what the re
sult, the cold Inhumanity of so-
i:i! tl cliv circles will
.! fore:!, for women art
ever u.-u-hanUlilP to women.
Therefore we have in our heart
a great pity for th wife, and for
tho husband admiration for his
manhood, and firm belief in his
And still he talks nr.dati'l he blows
A desert wind without tho and,
"And madly easts and wildly sows
A vaste of jaw throughout the land,
II'! h.iimls the corner, haunts saloon,
.jAw liant!j.the-.;6treet by. drfy and
As full or rasas o'er balloon,
And steers as straight and flies as
. The Kicker.
"Wjth nnusht at ftake he prates reform,
Without a tie ho slanders all,
He shades tho sun and voids the storm,
And beirs a loan however small,
Ho talks the voter half to death
To irade his vote for others' use,
And yet bewails with labored breath
liis countrj'e wrong, the law' abuse.
The above was brought into
thi? office . with tho remark that
we would recognize Mr. Kicker,
as he resides iu Yuma. "We give
"What had a committee of the
Territorial Central Committee to
do with Gates' resignation? Thsre
could be uo jurisdiction.
The .Republicans without doubt
will have a majority in tho legis
lative Council. 1 his will be ow
ing to the advice and, exertions
of the Sentinel.
Arizona Democrats claim that
Republicans after flection will be
troubled with a Head-ache, but
the latter propo-e to- be entitled
to yell, at that time, "we have
Bean and done it."
l'he indictments against Sheriff
Stevefis of Graham, cpuiity an-
lii'uisy political document-, and
place the member.-of the Grat.d
Jury that found .-neb inJhrf men's
in no enviable light. There ea
be no man more eontempribb
than the due who takes ad v tut
age of accidental power iu the in
terest of personal .piie.
The indictments agiinst Mr.
Stevens show on their face ignor
ance and malice, for they purpose
to claim him guilty of crime in
charging fees any decent lawyer
will assert he was entitled to.
TJnlikO'Olher papers tho Sen
tinel assumes nothing, but look
the trouble to find out the facts
before jumping at conclusions.
Politics in Yuma seem to be
simmering a little, bu, as yet,
thero has been no outbreak. A
few days jnore and the proud
voter will be slinging hi vote
aloft, and the blatant demagogue
willf.soread his jaw all over the
strdels and highways proclaim
ing his'fnffboence." The sucker
will be cinched and tho fool, be
trayed and beaten. Free drinks
will flow down tho gullet of the
nativo bum, and many dollars
givon to free-born American cit
izens demanding a square meal
by right of suffrage. The brass-
-"bound m inipulator, who has pa
tiently waited until this time for
a poker-stake, will look wi?e, talk
nonsenco and hold his itching
palm, turned suggestively up
wards, continually behind him.
The end will be what it always is.
The winners will smile frequrnt
ly and the losers yelling fraud,
corruption, etc. We feel sorry
for the other fellows, but grate
ful for the kind consideration of
the people, generally, letting our
friends get to the goal first. The
people aro always right.
In Tuma county parly lines
have never been drawn except
tor Delegate to Congress, owing
lo the fact that thero has always
!c:en a. shortage of good material,
in point of ability, among reaN
denls willing to take office. In
other., words there have not been
enough capable political aspirants
to form a scrai-Mit-out tiL-kt't. In
jail other counties in this lerrito
i ry parly lines are drawn, but as a
j rule men are elected either by
reason of personal popularity
or I heir eminent fitness for the
cHice. It is much belter so, 'for,
iu tho conduct of local offices
parly principles are not involved,
nor r.re those offices used for par
ty purposes except by the cor
rupt. In affairs of representation
voters stand true lo their princi
ples, it they have any, but in the
administration of county and mu
nicipal affwrs the citizen and the
proper! y-holder are gradually cut
ting loose from tho arbitray
claims of party allegiance, in the
acquired knowledge that in all
matters bf local government the
best protection and the most good
c.nn be derived from tho char
acter of the candidate and not
from the nature of his polity
Wo urge the voters of Ym
county to be guided in thfsMa
ing election, in the choice
cal candidates, only bylhei
ty, experience and general VM
ness for office of such candidates.
By so doing tho welfare of the
county and its residents will be
In the nomination of Dr. F. K.
Ainsworlh of Preseolt, for joint
Councilman, members of the Re
publican convention honored
themselves. He is a man of su
perior ability, honor and integri
ty, and a gentleman of pleasing
address and extraordinary popu
larity in the community where
ho lives. In the last session of
the legislature he represented
Yavapai county as a member of
the council, and won the respect
and esteem of all by his upright
course and watchful attitude upon
all pending questions of legisla
tion. Dr. Ainsworlh can safely
count upon a heavy majority in
To ail JJwlio are eutrerinjr f-om the er
rors and indL-cretions of youth, r.ervou.-
weakness, early decay, lass of miunood.
Jcc, I vvi.l send a recipj that will can
you, Froeof eluusre. Thi.-great r.-medj
was diseuvtir-cd by a missionary iu Sop'.h
inuri-. Son I .i svlf-itddressed envejo; e
to tbi' lie'. Joseph T Ininau. Station 1
New Yii: Owl.
All H.iiiCes litnl'jr tins hi'inl will ic
diaijr d 1U iiv.iiM'li i i mlVii'ice.
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY
self a a caiuiidiite lor Treafiiier u:
.linn cunt, at ihu inmii.g e!:ct'u'ii,Nov.
iU, lsSi. AL.THEE LORETTE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A
Candidate for thouHice, f Council ul
tue next Arizona Legislature, for Yuma,
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS
u candidate for re-election to the
oilice of sherill'of Yuma county.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS
a candidate for the oilice of SherilTof
Yuma county, Arizona, at the election iu
nest November. H. H. D UGULS.
Proposals for 'onuty Pr In tins.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOrk PpJXfi
tho Proceedings of Mm BoaS&g&fSu-
perviisors fur the year comm
tobi-r 1 l, 18t4, and ending . Septan bcr
30th will lie iec.-ivcd by saidd'oard
on Tueb'l-iy, October 7th, 188i,"at 10
o'clock a in. ofaidday.- B;id propo
sals bhall state tho amount per veai for
which said printing wilt ho dune, pay
able quartei'ly in warrants drawn on the
On the same day at tho samo hour
sealed proposals for priutiu; 100 copies
of thi Gi eat Register, as required by law,
will be received by said Board, and siid
proposals shall statu the amount per
name for which said printing will be
done, payable in warrants drawn on the
On the s.inie day and at the sama hour
sealed proposals tor printing 5b sets of
poll ana tally lists for election puruoscs
will be received by n& Bu.-.nl, and said
proposals shall stale the amount bid tier
Bids for each articlo of work, above
specified to be made separately, and the
successful bidders to pay the cost of the
adveitiscnient for proposals before tl.e
bids cm be accepted, and -each bid to he
accompanied by a copy of this advertise
ment. Each proposal shall he addrensed lo
the Clerk of the Board, and on the back
of the envelope containing said bid shall
be endorsed the words '"Proposals for
The success. ul hidd- r for printing the
proceedings of the B.i.ud will he requiren
to furnish a boinlj in the. sum l(f one
thousand dolmrs. for the faithful pcrfor
mmice of the work.
The Board reserves the riht to reject
any and all bids.
F. Avila, ''Chairman.
To BIWe Ovraars of Yuma Co.
I am arranging a oolleotion of the dif
ferent oros of this county, in Bay office.
Any spocimen sent to me will bo thank
fully reooived and placed in tho cabinet.
Pleaso label specimens as to probable
valce, namo of mine and district.
Jos. J. Stein. Comity Recorder.
In the Probate Court, County of Yuma,
Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of 1'atrick
NOTTCE IS IIEREBY GIVEN THAT
WEDNESDAY, the Slh day or Oc
tober, 18S4, at eleven o'clock of said day,
at the Courtroom of said Court, at the
Courthouse of said county in the village
of Yuma, have been anpointvd. as the
time and place for prorins the will of said
.Patrick Donohue, deceased, and for hear
in H the, application of Isaac Folhamus for
the issuance to him of letters testamen
Dated Sept, 22d, 1884.
13 A AC "LEVY,
Probate Jud;c and ex-officio cleik.
Samuel Puhdy, Att'y for Petitioner.
The reputation of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters as a preventive of epidemics, a
Slom. i!iic,Mn inviiforant, a treneral re--tonitiy.',
and h specific fever and ntrue,
iMdigi-sli'iii. hilious affection., rheuma
tism, nervous liability, constitutional
weakness h established upon the sound
bu-is nf more than twenty year3 exj eil
encf, and can no more be shaken by the
claptrap nostrums of unscientific rre
tt'iidi'r. than the everl.i3lin.hills hy the
winds that-rustic thr'iujrh their defile?.
For sale by all Dnarirists and Dealers
This well-known and popular House,
under the present management, will con
tinue to cater to the wants of the DUblic
and travelers iu (he nionl thorough man
litis been cleaned and renovated through
out and thr rooms made bright uud at
tractive. In the
DIKING - ROOM
Will be found the, choicest' viands the
mntki't ntTords. Particular attention is
paid to the passenger trade, and the Ho
tel will sustain its reputation of setting
the best table between b.tu i ratr.'isco
tmd Now Orleans. In connection, with
the eating department is a
Where at all limes can be obtained a hot
or cold meal.
Will always be found supplied with tho
choicest brands or
P rices moderate .
flbfc fc STOMACH
Selby Smelting and
'No. 416 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
The highest price paid for GOLD, SILVER and LEAD 0KE9. Lead bdlion
Ores and Bullion Assayed. , -
Manufacturers of Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot. Bar Lend. ctr.
PRENTISS SELBY. Superintendent.
Tii trade can be supplier! by tho barrel, httlf barrel and eaes con
tainin? 12 bottles. Shipped direct from the distillery in Kentucky
on libir.il terms.
None Genuine unless mySlcnatnre across the Com; G. Slramoads.
Shipments mado direct from Dist llery, or from "Warehouse San
Sold by tho gallon, half gallon and bottles, by our Agents,
Sisson, Crocker & Co.
Yuma, A. T.
tin 3irojfc ,
KEEP ONLY THE
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
EADQUARTERS FOR SCIILITZ
gant.uilliaid room attached to the
6&as. W Booth
Main Street, ' - - - Near Lyons Com
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS SALOON, BUILDING AND FIXTURES
None but the
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Kept on hand. Imported Beer, Ale and Porter. FFancy drinks a specialty. "W
have recently added a line new
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE
FRAN DISCO A VILA, Proprietor
,v!-r:L rCtTRS NERVOUSNESS.
Debility, Indigestion, FCTer, Weak
nets, Dyspepsia, Chill, etc. Ha
been sold in all the Eastern Sratr
and giTen universal satisfaction, it
is highly recommended oy the Fa
culty for all classes of Feyer and
Ague, Nervousness. Weakness. De
bility, Dyspepsia, Inligestlon etc.
It is now intrducu to the public of
the Pacific Slope, indored by the
certificates of the emiuent Dr S
Dana Hayes, the State Asuyer of
Massachusetts and Dr H. C. Londar
back.or St. Louis, Misouri both
gentlemen prominent in thei pro
fession and which is a RUarantee to
all buvers or its purity nd quality.
I can show thousands of letters from
persons, from all parts of the Union
and Canada, to testify to ts merits
and the benefit it has afforded as &
family remedy and tonic.
Geokqe Simmond Esq. Sir:
The samples of NAI30B WIIISKT
received from different paries, hav.
been analyzed with the folldwine
It is of standard alcoholic "sfreneth,
and free from addea ffaro-ing oils.
ac'd-V -BJamkv or othr doleferiou
si.btano's. This Whiskej is pure,
or superior quality and suitable for
dietetic and mcdicin il purposes.
"5. DANA tJ AYES.
State A&suyer of Massachusctt-
Jhe Purest and Sest
for all Medical & Fami
Next dooa the P. 0.; Tui
VERY FINEST OF
BEER AND FANCY DRINKS. AN ZLE-
best brands of