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INDEPENDENT IN A.JL1IL1 THINGS.
ARIZONA. SATURDAY. OCT. 4 8. 1884.
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Published every Saturday byjhe
3en'tinel Publishing Company
J. W. Dorrington,
UANAGER AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
One year . . .?5 00
Sixmonths 3 00
Single copies . 12
One inch, first insertion-. .$S 50
Each subsequent insertion v..l 25
N Uc;s from tchto liftmen dollars.
Contracts by the year of quarter a re
E. O.Dake, 65 Merchants' Exchange, is
the 8le agent of the Sentinel in
San Francisco. The Sentinel can al
ways be found on file in his office.
TUIO DflDCD maybefoundonfiloatGeaP.
i fflu rHrCn Rowell&Co's Newspaper Ad- .
coutra c:s rn.ay be made f or i tIN NEW TO RK .
PROFESSIONAL CAUDS JE ,
DR. H.fr. 'BALDWIN?
Office and Re.sidencgtriext1door to Gin
nochio and Co.'s.store.
Tuma, , - - Arizona.
. JDeOQRSE & TAGGART.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office kours from 9 a.m. to 12 a. m. and
n.and Madison Avenue
Streets .- .
A T l O K y 5L V iT- Li W ,
ania, : i : Arizo
to Lyons' stoat?
GEO. W. NORTON,
DEPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR
For Arizona and California.
Yuma. - - Arizona.
iJovcrnor-jF. A.Tritle, Prescott.
Secretary -?H. M. VanArman, Prescott.
Treasurer Thomas J. Butler, Prescott.
Superintendent of Publicjlnstrnctioh W
B. Horton, Tucsony
Auditor E. P.jCiark, Prescott
Supreme Court-C. G. W. FreHch, Chief
Justice, Prescott. D. M. Pmney, As
sociate Justice, Phoenix: A. W, Sheldon",'
Associate Justice, Tucson.
U. S. District Atto'rney--J. A. Zsbriskie
U. S. Marshall L. S. Tidball, Prescott.
Delegate to Congress Granville Oury.
county. fr ..
Treasurer A. Lorette.;
Probate Judge Isaac Xevy' ' '
'Sheriff A. Tyner.
Under Sheriff W. H. Tonge.
District Attorney Samuel Purdy.
Supervisors G. M. Thurlow, Chairman
Chas. Baker and G. H. Hutchins.
Clerk Board of Supervisors F. Avila.
Joroner J. H. Taggart.
Justices of the Peace J. L. Smith, W. H.
Simmons, J. S. Bancroft, Yuma. A. D.
MAIN STR ST. ' .- Yuma
G. .-VI. THURLOW, Propr.
EEP3 ALWAYS ON HAND THE
choicest brands of
WINES. LIQUORS AUD CIGARS,
And everything pertaining to a first-class
6aloon. Tiiore are quiet-raeding and club
rooms connected-iwith the establishment,
vtmtu miKa u an attractive renayzvous
iNfcjlNCil FAMILY RANGE, WITH
.Complete Fixtures. Will be -sold
rg9! discount from regular' trade
tea, li applied for soon.
i N. BONFIGLIO & CO.
Southern Pacific Hotel.
au23-tf umaAr Jzona Ter.
Board 6f Supervisors.
Oefice op Board of Supervisobs, )
Yuma, Yuma Co., A. T. , Oct. 8. f
Board met pursuant to adjournment at
10 a. m. Roll called. Present Chairman
tfnurjow, Supervisor Baker Supervisoi
Townscnd and Clerk.
Bids for doing the County printing were
then opened, jtnd, on.motion of Supervi-
sor Baker seconded by Supervisor Town-
send .and carried unanimiously the
various contracts were awaruea -as
follows, towitr I
To Sentinel publishing- Co.
shing proceedings of the Board
quarter ending Dec. 31st, 1884, at 25 dol
lars payable in warrants drawn on the
Sentinel Publishing Co. printing fifty
tally lists for election purposes at fifty
seven dollartvand 50 cents; also printing
fiftv boll lists for election purpose at 85
dollars, payable the same. J. S. Bancroft,
printing 100 copies of the Great Register
at 14 cents per name, payable.in warrants
drawn on the Contingent Fund.
Report of Supurintendent of.Phblic Ins
truction taken up and on motion of Super
visor Towusend seconded by Supervisor
Baker, aud carried unanimously, said re
port was approved. J
Report of justice Bancroft taken up
aud on motion of Supervisor Baker, se-
couded by Supervisor Tovnsend and
carried unanimously said 'report was ap
Report of Justice Smith taren up, and,
on motion of Supervisor Tjfwnsend se
conded by Supervisor Baksr and carried
unanimously, the saidjreport was ap
proved. Jjr ;
On motion of Supervisor Baker sec
onded by Supervisoryrbwnsend and car
ried unanimously' the Clerk of the Board
to have priuted 100 copies
3 . --ior Baker and edi
---- )A franaral fun!
Bill No. 132;
Bill No, 132, J .
mith, justice fees,
Bill No. 134, J. L
mith, justice fees,
Bill No. 135, F, Avila?
Bill No. 13G, J. S. Bai
Bill No. 137, A. Tyner Sheriff's, fees.
BUI No. 138, "Wong-Wah, -Interpreter's
fees, $5. ' "
Bill No. 139, Ah Wah, Interpreter fees,
Bill of Probate Judge for one book on
on motion of 'Supervisor Baker secdnued
by Supervisor To wnsend, carried unani
On motion of Supervisor Townsend
seconded by Supervisor Baker and carried
unanimously, the following bills were
allowe'd on the Contingent Fund.
Bill No'.'2S, Sentinel Publishing Co.
Bill No. 24, N. Bonfiglio. $44.10.
On motion ofx Supervisor Townsend,'
seconded by Supervisor Baker, and car
ried unanimously, Baltolo Berdugo, was
appointed Registering Officer fo register
The Board then by unanimous vote ad
journed until Thursday, Oct. 9 at 10
o'clock a. m.
. GEO. .M THURLOW,
' F. Avila, Clerk.
Letter irom "Virgil-"
. Williams Fork, Oct. 9, 1884.
Editor Sentinel: Since my
last we have not been idle up h ere.
The furnace has been running re-
gularsince Sept. 16th, and up to
Octi'lst. There is some 43 tons of
copper bullion awaiting shipment
it averages 95 fine. We do not
makemuch fuss but we show the
gfietaQand ore are quietly doing
our best to gye the people outside
Of this Territory an idea of what,
can be accomplished with some
capital and plenty of energy.
This company now contemplates
putting up a twenty stamp gold
mill, to .crushllthe gold ore in
Mathilde mineod concentrate
copper. Mr. Jud&, superinten-
1 dent intends takin&out ojee from
allthey raiaesin thisjicini.ty and
as, he wishes tq make a perma
nent camp here, would like to
have about fifty familes come in
and locate, here. He intends fcto1
let contracts and once he gets'
every hlng in good minning ois
der there will be no lack of work,
not only right here on the Pork
but within a radios of 10 miles.
The fact is that until. lately people
have never realized what a
Mineral 'County" this is an&jno
one has taken the truble to pros-
pect much In this end of Yuma
County but before another winter
comes arouned there will be some
wonderful developments made
'here and then there will be
plenty to say "I told you so" I
always know "it etc." He have
gold, copper, silver, lead and iron
all that is needed is the capital
and energy and that . I am pretty
sure we have now as the' gentle
man connected with the Mathilde
Mining Co. do not know the
meaning of the word fail. There
are at last half dozen prospectors
camps on the river between
Ehrenberg and the "Williams
Fork, and the men all seems satis
fied jwith their prospects an d
willing to stay Jby them, so you
can look for a big boom up tnis
way almost any time.
Kossuth is not dead yet, though
he :.is ;seldom heardy. He has
sr-'vi ".o-.r.yr ...v 1 3
eighty-third years. Buf It is evi
dent from the Driai and rare
utterances that he gives to such
vi?;- ! r"bli.9b :. ninions
tivji. Bd is in -;.rement
at Turin, keeping a wacmui ye
on European politics. He does
not like the situation. He never
has liked it, and we fear he is not
likely to be pleased-wilh it dur.
ing the brief remainder, of his
mortal life. Kossuth, no doubt,
would be as heartily rejoiced now
as.he would have been, thirty
years ago to. see any revolution
ary movement In Europe that
gave premise of independence
to his native land. But he is
probably not destined to see it.
He may be correct in his view of
Bismark's unseen influence in
the shaping of, certain recent
movements for the now aged
but;once eloquent Hungarian
patriot was al ways apt to pierce
through all disguises and cover
ings, in his view of European
politicians, and to see the truth
pretty nearly as it is. Bismark,
he declares, "is sending Prance
to China, Russia to India, Austria
to the East (Turkey), and En
gland to Egypt. In order to make
external safety valves to the
Europe which he rules" France
he declares, is incapable of colo
nizing. This, if we-lookat Mau
ritius and orae other' French
colonies, past or present, would
seem to be a justifiable allegation.
The have no talent for coloniza
tion. Their West India islands
ought to be able to get along
without much but their own
government, but in Algeria, the
situation is deffeient. There the
improvements of the country
under French rule and the tole
rable state of law and order
would seem to speak a word for
French colonization. But it is
otherwise with Tunis, the latter
Frenoh acquisition of Africa ter
ritory on the Mediterranean
and quite otherwise with the
French hold, such as it is, on
Madagascar and on Cochin
China. .The. French colonies in
Oceanica and in South America
are unimportani; and.
altbgether; the -French people
evince little of the aptitude of
theit pushing commercial neigh
bors, the English, for getting a
foothold everywhere, and deve
loping colonial dependencies,
a Probably the queerest jevela
tion of a national trait that Kos
suth evar met with the stran
gefltJanK musi; disappointing
was his expemtfee of the people
of the United- States. It was
during his visit in 1851-52 to this
country in behalf of his native
land; he wanted to get an active
exertion of tha influence of the
great Bepublic against interfer
ence by Bussian in the great
struggle that was v going on between-
Hungury and Austria.
But for Bussian interference, the
great Magyar believed the revo
lution which he was leading
would triump. He was welcomed
in this country with the custom
ary exuberant onrbursts of
honors and enthusiasm. It quite
overwhelmed the visitor. He
was not expecting such a recep
tion. He had never, before wit
nessed such enthusiasm. He
was astonished. The crowds that
hung upon his words were as
tounding for numbers, and al
most paralyzing in their roaring
enthusiasm. It was the same
whenever he went in New York
or Boston, Chicago or St. Louis
Then swelled the great heart of
the Magyar patriot,wlth joy and
Bawlcrs and Shriekers.
There is no sura sign of ill
re: nc bawling ht ' 15
wlu a an
linary tonu ... ; ;
.vould do well... As a - .
pie are not deafanofbut few out
siders, unless very inquisitive
people, are anxious to hear, what
one person stays to another in a
private conversation. There is
"no more unpleasant companion
than a bawler, nor one who is
more execrated by the people
who are unfortunately thrown in
contact with him. We meet
with'fthe best on our street-cars,
steam-boats, steam-car in fact,
everywhere.. He is ubiquitous.
Naturally an egotist of the mean
est type, he addresses his unfor
tuuate companiou in a voice that
can be heard from one end of the
sfeam-car to the .other, and then
turns a sort of an inquiring look
upon his victim, as much as to
say. "Am I not a smart fellow,
and an orator?" If he is taking
of his friends private affairs or
domestic arrangements, it is all
the same to him. He must have
an audience. There is one place
however, where he gets fooled,
aud that is on the bridge of the j
Alameda narrow guage road. It
is amusing to see the fierce loot
that he casts atthe series of
sounding boards which for a few
inutes form a pleasant relief to
jhis -eloquence The shrieker.
who is an ear-piercing curse, is
of course a woman. She, like
her brother, the bawler, is also
found everywhere and at all
hours With a series of tympa
num destroying shrieks she ad
dresses herself to a friend, but at
the same time conveys to all
within a half block her opinions,
troubles, or hopes. She is gene
rally of the strong-minded pur
suation, and of Yankee origin.
As a rule she is either a spinster
or a widow. The first because no
one would marry a fog-whistle,
the second because she has
shrieked her husband into his
grav'e. She and the bawlershou'd
marry and settle at the Farrolone
But then, stay, we for-
fit the nnnr vnUa nnrl aaa ii.nj
taking it'g, f. Neletterf "
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This powder never vanes. A marve
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