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"Independent in All Things."
YVMA, A.RIZONA, SATURDAY, MA ARCH 24, 1894.
THE ARIZONA SENTINEL,
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AumreR H C BOONE
Attorhet Gexeral FRANK J. HENEY
Survetor Geseral C. A. MANNING
Surr. or Public Instruction.. . .F. J. NETHERTON
Deleoate to Congress M. A. SMITH
Suit. Territorial Prisok THOMAS GATES
TUCSON LAND OITICE.
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winter Fair tickets at the following rotmd-trip
TO STATIONS UNDER 150 MILES FROM SAN
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FRANCISCO, ONE AND ONE-FIFTH one way fare.
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RICH'D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN,
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Teams furnished to order.
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over the new road.
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The Mitlvrintex Fair.
Railroad Rates Greatly Reduced To San
Francisco and return at Aljout One
half the Usual Cost.
It will not be news to the many readers
of the Sentinel that there is now in pro
gress in San Francisco an International
Midwinter Exposition. But much that
concerns that tremendous enterprise, what
may be seen there, its daily doings, and
why it is to the interest of all to see it, will
be news of a character eagerly sought by
every one who reads.
In the first place, What may be seen there.
Since August 24th last there has grown up
in Golden Gate Park the most beausiful
group of industrial palaces that the western
sun ever shone upon, and it will be the
wonder of the world for years to come how
thesg five main exposition buildings and
their three-score and ten architectural ad
juncts sprang into being in so short a space
There is a palace of Manufactures and
Liberal Arts, a palace of Mechanic Arts, a
palace of Horticulture and Agriculture, a
palace of Fine Arts, and a palatial Admin
istration Building; and these are finished
and filled with exhibits from every quarter
of the globe material evidences of every
industry and art.
To these main buildings have been added
special State and county buildings in which
the products of different sections are em
phatically particularized. Many of Cali
fornia's neighboring States have erected ex
position structures of their own, and not a
few of her own counties have added county
buildings to the group. The area of the
California Midwinter Exposition is nearly
two hundred acres, and it includes more
than seventy structures.
Some of these buildings, as works of arch
itectural art, are superior to the buildings
of the Columbian Exposition, and competent
critics have said that for picturesqueness
and perfection of landscape effects this mid
winter display in Golden Gate Park sur
passes all efforts ever made in that direction.
This is largely due to the generosity of
Nature and the happy selection of a site by
the promoters. The park has word-wide
fame for its great natural beauty, independ
ently of its Jeceut acquisition. Combine
with this the artistic arrangements of these
splendid architectural master-pieces, and
the effect must be simply incomparable.
The grandest engineering feature of the
Exposition is the Bonet Steel Tower, which
rises to an elevation of 272 feet from the
center of the qnadrangle described by the
four great palaces. Elevators ascend almost
to the top, and at stated intervals are three
convenient balconies, the highest 250 feet
above ground level, affording magnificent
views of the grounds, park and surroundings
for miles in all directions. Jb rom the top
are operated two powerful flash lights, and
the sides are a succession of dazzling and
variegated incandescent bulbs, which at
night-time light up with intermittent splen
dor the whole superb setting.
It has been the endeavor of the manage
ment to make the bolder features of tho
Midwinter Fair distinctly typical of western
life, though individual enterprise has not
been lacking to make many foreign features
exceedingly prominent and interesting
Among the latter may be " mentioned, as
meriting special attention, the reproduction
of Heidelberg Castle, which reresents an ex
penditure of $50,000. For the average
European this splendid feature needs no de
scription. The mere sound of the name
brings a rush of joyful memories of "das
Vaterland." Then there is the Public
Prater of Vienna, where refreshments are
accompanied by grand orchestral and vocal
concerts. Jilts of old rans, a iurkish
theater, street in Cairo, a Cafe Chantant,
Alaskan village, Japanese tea garden,
Chinese village, a cyclorama of the famous
Hawaiian volcanoes, and numerous other
attractions may be found among the
To delight the heart of the old argonaut
is a genuine mining camp in full operation,
old adobe huts with tiled roofs, typical of
the days of '49; Indians, cow boys and
Special days have been set apart through
out the fair season for the individual ob
servance and celebration by the various in
terests represented. For instance, England,
France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Russia,
etc., the several American States, Pacific
Coast States and comities, societies and in
dustries, each have thgir special day of
jubilee, and these jubilees will be memor
But the question of most serious moment
in connection with the Midwinter Fair is,
how can we all get there?
Answered in a twinkle. The Southern
Pacific Company has made for this special
occasion the most liberal rates ever affered
for the benefit of the public, and placed
within easy reach of every person on the
Pacific Coast not only a visit to San Fran
cisco and the Fair, but the chance of a
lifetime to visit the many other attractions
of California. It may be a long time before
such rich opportunity as this is afforded.
Any further information, either in rela
tion to the Fair or California in general,
may be obtained by calling on or addressing
W. H. Dresser, agent at Yuma or T. H.
Goodman, General Passenger Agent, San
For Over Fifty 4 ears
An Old and Well-Tried Remedjt.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diar
rhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by
Druggists in every part of the World.
Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Its value is
incalculable. Be sure and a3k for Mrs,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
There is a novel scheme proposed by
a St. Louis doctor, and it is not with
out some merit. The doctor in ques
tion proposes to fit up an institution
to take caro of drunks, to speedily
restore a man to sobriety who happens
to take too many f,bowles." This
doctor proposes to provide the means
and the necessary remedies to put a
drunk on his feet in thirty minutes,
and in good physical and mental con
dition to do business. Baths, beds
nd all the alcoholic antidotes will be
found in the institution. The doctor
claimg that he ean take a man that
is suffering in the morning from the
effects of a night's hilarity and over
drinking, end put him on his feet,
without a nervous tremor, all in the
course of twont.y to thirty minunes,
witkout the of any lrnqnpus decoc
ticoH vJtn.ftrver. bilv.r -i-h
Every indication points to the
fact that the day is coming when
Yuma will be an important com
mercial center of Arizona. Senor
Blanco is now making a survey of
the Colorado river in behalf ot the
Mexican government with a view
to its improvement. If the plans
now proposed be carried out, Yuma
will become a neaporttown. This,
taken in connection with its clim
atic conditions, its soil, the waters
of the Colorado and the several ir
rigation enterprises now being ad
vanced at points which will be
tributary to the town, all indicate
a large population as well as the
investment of a vast amount of
capital by Europe and Canada.
No one who has made a study of
the subject will hesitate to say
that Yuma is, without exception,
the finest citrus and general fruit
section in the United States. The
lemons, limes, oranges and figs pro
duced in that vicinity cannot be
equalled in any other part of the
union, and as there are twelve
months growing season, the value
of agricultural and horticultural
lands can be realized, especially
by those of our northeastern farm
ers who are fortunate if they can
cultivate crops for five or six
months in the in the year. Tuc
StreiiffUi and Health.
If you are not feeling strong and healthy,
try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe" has
left you weak and weary, use Electric
Bitters. This remedy acts directly on
Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding
those organs to perform their functions. If
you are afflicted with Sick Headache, you
will find speedy and permanent relief by
taking Electric Bitters. One trial will
convince you that this is the remedy you
need. Large bottles only 50c. at W. T.
Gonder & Co.'s Drugstore.
Messrs. Armstrong and Haines,
two old mines, have been making
a thorough examination of the
silver mines near Eureka. They
were surprised to find that in four
different samples, taken by them
selves, as an average of the ore in
four different veins, that thejr
yielded besides the silver $13, $16,
860 and $72 in gold to the ton.
They are practical assayers and
have their own assay outfit with
them. These results are opening
the eyes of some of the old miners
who have been thinking that the
ore carried no gold. It is believed
that the miners have lost thous
ands of dollars by not having their
own assay outfit with them. These
results are opening the eyes of
some of the old miners who have
lost thousands of dollars by not
having their ores carefully assayed
before shipping it to San Francisco
Bucken's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum, Fever Sores
Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Chilbrains Corns
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure
Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteec
to give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
for Sale byW.T. Gonder & Co.
A letter from Valentine Guter-
riez, who is working at the Gold
Rock mine, informs us that the
mine and mill are running with a
full force of men. The new 20
stamps will be ready to run about
the 1st. As soon as the new mill
starts, ore will be taken from the
Crown and Gold Cross, both of
which are believed to be richer
than the Queen, tho mine now be
ing worked. The camp at present
has 31 houses and some tents.
Parties just in from the Yum
Yum gold mine, report that the
mine is improving daily and prom
ises to be a regular bonanza. The
Bmall vines are all centering in
the large one. The ore holds the
richness which characterized it on
the surface. Agard Bros, are
crowding the work in sinking the
main shaft, while they are pros
pecting the vein in other places.
A Kansas editor says that when
the merchaats of his town, and other
fellows, want a little advertising or
job work done they go around and
solicit bids for the same, and the low
est bidder gets the work. The editor
is now ready to receive sealed bids for
a sack of flour, a pair of pants, a hat
and a cord of wood, and tho pulling
of an aching tooth also for a pair of
Highest cf all in Leavening- Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The cut rate on travel across the
continent will bring thousands of
people to California this winter
What is Arizona going to do about
it? Those who have visited us
this winter have been surprised
and delighted. Our climate is as
good as anywhere in California.
We also have attractions to show
TTTl . i i - .
vvnat snail we do? Can we not
quit this petty business now being
indulged m and all join hands for
Arizona? It is high time it was
done and wo say right here and
now, woe to the man, paper or
party that continues this detrae
tion of Arizona and that upholds
her detractors. Praise, not criti
cism, is demanded. Some of this
overland travel would stop here if
the travelers could be made to
know what we have here. Enter
Representative McRae, of Ar
kansas, has introduced a bill which
is known to have the sanction of
the administration and which will
probably come up for lonff and
vigorous argument if not for pas
sage, lhe bill practically does
away with future rush openings of
public lands. It provides that
whenever there are public lands in
any of the Indian reservations to
be opened to settlement the com
missioner of the land office shall
U.. ..,1 L - 1 ,1
u.y uuverusemeuc in enree news
papers give thirty day3 notice,
lhe land will be sold to the high
est bidder in sections and subdi
visions, not exceeding 160 acreg
Ihere are a number of small
openings on the tapis. If this bill
is passed before they take place it
will change the work attendant
upon the settlement of public
During the prevalence of the Grippe the
past seasons it was a noticeable fact that
those who depended upon Dr. King's New
Discovery, not only had a speedy recovery,
but escaped all of the troublesome after
effects of the malady. This remedy seems
to have a peculier power in effecting rapid
cures not only in cases of La Grippe, but
in all Diseases of Throat, Chest and Liings,
and has cure cases of Asthma and Hay
Fever of long standing. Try it and be
Convinced. It wen't disapoint. Free Tria
Bottles at Gonder & Co.. Drug Store.
The Territorial Live Stock San
itary Commission, is doing a grand
work in its efforts to stamp out the
glanders, which are making such
havoc among the horses m the vi
cinity of Tempe and Mesa City.
Any one having an animal, sup
posed to be sick with distemper or
the grippe, should have it exam
ined at once by some veterinary
surgeon. Many horses are being
killed and cremated, and arl af
fected, are placed in quarantine.
The owners of these diseased an
imals, thought that their animals
only had the distemper, so closely
do the two resemble each other.
An exchange correctly remarks
as follows: "Do you know" that an
editor or reporter in his vounds
can stop and ask a hundred per
sons 'What is the news?' and
ninety out of the hundred will
reply nothing and yet know some
thing which if not found in nex:t
week's paper wrilf astonish them
greatly, disappoint them more and
perhaps make them madder than
hornets. If you have any news
don't be afraid to let the news par. er
men know it."
From Arizona for three years
past has come the earliest carload
of American raisins shipped east,
The season there is ahead of that
of Southern California and thy at
mosphere is peculiarly suited to
the curing of raisina. Albuquerque
Geo. Harvey came down from
Riverside Cal. Wednesday, where
he has large feed and stables. He
also hns a large band of horses at
lhe Mexican boundary line.
On to Washington,
Commander Arthur Vinetti, with
889 menber8 of the Second regiment
of the "Industrial Army," bound
for Washington, D. C, arrived in.
Yuma Tuesday, occupying the.
tops of 22, and the inside of two
freight cars. A better behaved set.
of "Cleveland" tourists never visit
ed Yuma. Strict disciplinegoverned
the party. A large number, if not.
the majority were youhgmen, from
17 to 22 years of age, well dressed,
having overcoats and gloves.
They were free from the swagger,
and boasting of the usual hoodlum
tramp. They took what our citi
zens saw fit to give, them made no!
demands, did no begging and went
on their way rejoicing. Just, what
influence they will, or ca,n bring to
bear upon President Cleveland,,
remains to be seen. The com-,
mander told the writer that he.
expected that there would be 1,
000,000, of their men in Washing
ton before the first of May.
W. D. Richardson, who visited
Yuma last week in Company with'
Judge E. M. Sanford, spent $13
000,000 in putting up the Colum
bian Fair buildings at Chicigo,.
and never had a suit of any. kind,
for or against him. Such are the
men we want in Yuma.
Gov. Hughes is all right and the
Courier has no doubt about hia
serving out his term'. Prescottf
First publication March 3, 1S94.
N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the Terri-;
tory of Arizona, in and for the County of
John Gandolfo and Eugene F. San-:
guinetti, partners under the firm name of
Gandolfo and Sanguinetti, plaintiffs; vs.
Samuel Purdy, E. B. Waggy and Francisco
Action brought in the District Court of
the Third Judicial District of the Terri-.
toryxtf Arizona, in and for Yuma County,
and the complaint filed in said Yuma
County, in the office of the Clerk of said
In the name of the Territory of Arizona, .
to Samuel Purdy, E. B. Waggy and Fran
cisco Avila, defendants, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and required .
to appear in an action brought against you.
by the above named plaintiffs, in the Dis
trict Court of the Third Judicial District of
the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma
County, and answer the complaint therein;
filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said County, within ten days
after the service upon you of this Summons,
if served in this said County, or if served
out of this said County and within this said .
Judicial District, then within twenty days
thereafter, or in all other, cases within thirty
ys thereafter, the time3 above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or
judgment by default will be taken against
Given under my hand and seal of
the District Court of the Third .
Judicial District of the Terri-,
seal. tory of Arizona, in and for
Yuma County, this 1st day of
March, A.D. 1894.
C. H. BRINLEY,
Clerk of said. District Conrt.
Timber Lands, Ranches, Mines, Farms and Or
chards, Bought, sold and. Exchanged.
Correspondence Solicited. w
Tub Losnox & San Francisco Real Estate &
lioom 12, Srd Floor. Hills Bide.
San Francisoo, Cal.
Work of all kinds in this line will be
done cheap, with neatness and'
dispatch. Do not fail to call.
Molina Building, Main Street
I will pay the above reward' to'
any one who will furnish me with
the name and proof of tlreperson
found mutilating or defacing my
fence, buildings or trees.
J. V. POKP.ITOTOH