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Independent in All Tilings."
YUMA., ARIZONA,. SATURDAY, BECEM:
THE iH'ZOM SENTINEL,
?ULSSSD EVERY SATURDAY
J. W. EMJRKltrSGYwAu Prop.
Six Hanths - - - - - SI fO
One Tear - - - 0 00
4 3Y&RT1S1NG RATES made known on apnliciMon.
uin m-n is kept on uie at r.
5?10 rACn Dike's Advertising
Wncy, G4 and 6n Merchants Exchange.
Sail Francisco, California, where contracts
for advertising can be made for it.
.1 -J. T.' '
' , L. C. HUGHES
Gooi c m.bbuce
EC EVE 1 02. GESSRAl.
Suit, cr Pcruu Ixstructiox
T1.T M 1TV TO CoSORBS?
C. A. MASSING
....:. o. murphy
6 r. Territorial Prison THOMAS GATES
Tccsoif laxd orncK.
...EUGENE J. TIUPPEL.
E. tt MONK
t,..rn7 niTn.!CT COURT...
A. C. BAKER
C. H. BRINLEY
; ' E A. HARASZTHY Chairaian, J
SSiriRVKORS , GANUOLFO, and A. MOULsTI.
Clerk or Board of Supervisors... M. L. POOL
PROMTS .TUDOB & SUIT. SCHOOLS, -"A-1K VF
sn".rr. Tax Coir a Assessor. M. G.tELNLLAt
UsDER-iUERlFr SAMUEL rUROY
BisiRicr-ATTCEXEV p s iNGALLS
TRSA80R8R jj L I'OOL
. x. Mnrm'R
OEO. A. DUK1
Justlscs oi the Teaea
y. L EV1,
Truces of Yuma School Die. F. " FBEDKY a..,
" ED. MAYES,
Ijaiivl Stat;8 Custom House j- Deputy Collector
F. S. 1NGALLS
W. W. WOODMAN. Q kusok
' F. B. WICIITMIN.
g ity Recorder.
RUISES OF POST OFFICE.
The office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 p. m.,
daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 a. m.
aj"6 00 to 7:00 P. M.
EaH-bound mail closes at . . . o:20p. m.
Wo4t-boaad mail closes at . . . :0"1-
Mouey Order and Postal Note depart
ment closos atOP. K. daily, excoptinj
Saturdays, when it closes at o v. M. iNO
Money Order or Postal Notes issurd Sun-
d-aStlfrom Parker, Ehrenbcrg and Silver
District leaves Yuma Mondays and Ihnrs
days at 7 A. M., and arrives here Tuesdays
and Saturday. jvj
"Yma Lodge No7Xb U. V. uieets
very Tuesday evening at So clock. Visit
nghretheren in good stand.ag are m vi ted
c attend. Yours in C H. and I .
D. Mclntyre. M. W.
F. B. Wightnian, R.
C. A. R-
.T O. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the
Second and Last Monday of each month.
OC.Stovve I Ge0-IFl0l,i',1r
-7 S. SEXSMITH, M. D.,
OFFICE 15 WIGHTMAX HOUSE,
Ox First Avssots Near Third Street.
TUT ASTERSON; MURAT,
ATTORN EY-AT-L A W,
.tterBnrldins. YoMA. Ariz.
.-OULLAED, PURDY GEO.
Practices in all Courts-
Business promptly attended to. Office m
ROOM 4, TUIBODO BUILDING,
PKQEHiX, - ARIZ.
J-OLLER, L. N. ii. D.
FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN,
YUMA, - - " ARIZONA.
Special attention to Land Business.
Yuma. - . .
KIGHT, GEO. IL,
7ttorney-at-law and notary public.
(Office next door to Post Office. )
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW .
YUMA, A. T.
CHAS. L.BROWN. W. O. HUSON.
BROWN & HUSON.
ROOM six. cotter building
TAWING, F. L.,
JAMES H. KINSLER.
Can bo found at the office ot tlie Sentinel
inv honf of th" av.
SOUTHERN PAGiFSG COMPAQ.
Mondarjt Nov.. 8, 1895.
TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA
O.AZ A. M. (DAILY) "PACIFIC
ZJ-.J EXPRES" for Colton; Los
Angeles, i-'anta Barbara, San Francisco,
Sicranicnto, Portland and North, Ogden
for Gila Bend, Maricopa
LorUsburg, Deming. El Paso, New Orleans
and East via the "Sunset Itoutc."
Ji El e J biinday Sunset Lunitcd
for Tucson. Benson, Lordtlrarg, Deming,
El Pasoi New Orle.in.saud East.
Overland Tickets So!cf5
i!ecfJr.s Car Berths Secured
Full Ir.icrsialios Regarding TransoontinentEl
Rcotss Furnishsd en Appltcatica
Parlies can arrange to join the
WEEKLY r AillLi UtUUMUAS cver
the Sunset Route by corresponding with
W. II. DRESSER, Agent.
Depot, ... - Ytjjia
T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
RICHARD GRAY", Gen. Traff. Mgr.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
Horns Bakery in Connaction.
MAIN STREET. NEAR SECOND
FEED & SALE STABLE,
FIRSTST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE.,
DAN DEVORE, Proprietor.
Carnages, Buggies, Horses and
Teams furnished to order.
Also careful drivers when desired.
Hay and grain for sale. Stable
Shop on Mam street-
OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Mr. Doten has in connection with
his shop a fine Feed Yard
Wni. & P, HODGES, Proprietors.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
FRESH BEEF, MUTTON,
PORK and SAUSAGES.
Phoenix Restaurant &
JOE QBti, Prop.
. In connection with the Place
Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c., served
at all hours of the day and
Board per week, $5.
Fish and game in season.
Bread, cake and pies for sale.
Tnnfn.niij atrorv" 'IflV. Lunc!lpe
ier. Meals at all
h.'s. .-1 - nipht. Private
kt c a ,r,.trm . desiring to ineor:rr:ite ourselves u..-.ier
74 0 t' M; AIrP I Mlxcd ; the J.,, of the Territorv of Ariz for the
9 vJCy U rain fordila Lend, lucson. purpose of engaging in "the business hpn-
Deming, El Pasc, and all way stations. inafier specified, do make, Mgu, adapt, I
rQ.Qrr P. M. Wednesday and ! Rene oodward. and Herbert T. Bentty. 1 ' niOt civilization
A & J Saturday Sunset Limited ! n:me. of the Corporation hereby fo-:?:- ' Almost everybody takes some laxative T . . , , . ...
forColton Loa Aucel etc . etc. (d is tht Benuliarnai- Petroleum Steam medicine to cleanse the system and keep the is not Uus nuui qnest tor wealth
t, - P x", n,ilLY) -v!re,l7arCo Those who take SIMMONS but a dreaj a miasma that loif
1 4 o L- V'-'AiL'J i'-u , for the transaction oi it? busmen siiai. 1 ivpr Rpnin atop (Vm-ii nr ,i wic.i-i, a uiii.ia iwai, .iu.it.
il:00 ORLEANS EXPRESS" , in YumA, in the Territory of Arisonj y?,1? E?"I5: i'S EPlll nW nnrt nl.ftnnrM fll,ot 1'hp. 1ihi
ARTICLES OF OCORPOBATIOX
Heauliariiais Petroleum Steam (Jen
Know nil men by "tlnse presents, Tb-.tt
we, the undersigned. Win. H. II. Har',
Eugene do Beauharnais, John 0. llc& t -,
Ktne oouward, a..d Herber 1. i:'3tv
acknowledge and nr.biish tiie.se Articles ni'
1 article I.
! The names of t.'ie person? hereby a.'o-
. dating themselves together for the mir-
I pu.-c aiiiiL'.aiu are w in. n. 11. Jiart,
I Eugene de Beauharn
P'rancixco, C ilifornia: and that the B iar
of Directors may hold regular and speeia
meetings in said City of San Fr.iiieNc
and with the further privilege of maintain
ing its jlants and transacting its Imbues
in all parts of the United State-!, the b i
ness mentioned in Article II to be -o
ducted solely and onlv in the Unite
The general nature of the business pro
posed to be transacted bv this Cornoratio
in the Cnited States is' to purchase mi.:
sf'Piir( in ri ."sr.ornc ofinrj unfont oi t
" - ' I-" " is propeny at wont, ir trouDiea wiui any 1 1
v& " KiShu? iLld'tolVe 'iice "of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER men whose .graves be:ir no mo,,
for rights 10 use iVthe whle United REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi- mental shaft, and many tire oven
! State.Cor anv part there f.fl e atenrs ,
inventions 01 Eugene ae Uauiiarnais. and
to acquire United States letters patent, by
purchase or otherwise and' to aconire afl
reai esrate ana personal property deemed
by the Board of Directors npcessary and
lequisile to carry on and niaintafn the
business of the Company, and the construc
tion and manufacture of all machinery
and appliances necessary to carry on aid
business within the United Stated and the
The amount of the capital stock of the
Corporation shall beOne -Million (1,000,000)
dollars, divided into Ten Thousand (10,
000) shares, of the par value of One Hun
dred (100) dollars each, and shall be fully
paid-up before issue and non-assessable,
and the several incorporators hereof each
do hereby subscribe to one share each of
The time of the commencement of this
Corporation shall be the date of the tiling
of these Articles of Incorporation in the
omce 01 tneuounty Jtiecorder o! thaCouniv
of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, and the
termination thereof shall be twenty-five
years thereafter, with the power to renew
the period of extension not greater than
twenty-live years upon the vote of three
fourths of the capita! siocic at any regular
meeting called and held for that purpose.
The affairs of tnis Corporation shall be
managed and conducted by, and shall be
vested in a Board of Directors consisting of
live persons, to be elected by and from the
stockholders of this Corporation on the first
Monday of October, in each and every yo.ir
at a meetintr of this Corporation to be held;
at Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona; provided
the lollowing named stockholders shal
serve as the Board of Directors until the re
gular election in October, 1S90, and until
their successors are elected and qualified,
viz: "Win. II. Jl. Hart. Eugene dcBeauhar
nais, John C Bcatty, lUne Woodward, and
Herbert T. Beatty; and, provided further,
that in the event of a vacancy in the Board
of Directors befoie any annual meetinir.
said vacancy may be titled by a majority of
the remaining members of the Board of
Directors then in orlice. And it is further
provided tiiat three members of the Board
of Directors shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of business, and that any
meeting ot the Board of Directiors at which
three Directors, or more, shall be present,
shall be a legal niectiiig either with or with
out notice to themselves, or the other mem
bers. ahticlr VI.
The-highest indebtedness, direct or in
direct, to which this Corporation shall at
any time be subject shall not exceed Twenty
Thousand (20,000) Dollars. .
The private property of the stockholders
shall be exempt from the debts of this Cor
poration, and no individual liability of
stockholders shall exist for corporate debts.
The Board of Directors shall have power
to establish By-Laws, name and designate
the officers of the Company, and .make all
necessary rules and regulations as may be
by them deemed expedient for the manage
ment of tnis Corporation, not iuconsi.-tent
with the laws of the United States, and the
laws of the Territory of Arizona.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set
our hands and seals this nineteenth day of
September, A. D. 195.
V. If. H. Hart,
Eugene de Beauharnais,
John C. Beatty,
State of California, j . ,
City and County of San Francisco. 5 S3-
Before me F.C. Aloseback a Notarv Pub
lic in and for the City and County of San
Francisco. State of California, on this nine
teenth day of September, 1895, personally
appeared Win. H. II Hart, Eugene de
Beauhamais, John C. Beatty, Rene Wood
ward, and Herbert T. Beatty, personally
known to me to be the persons whose names
are subscribed to the foregoing instrument,
and they acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same for the purposes and con
sideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and seal of office,
this 19th day of September, A. D. 1895.
F. C. Moseiiack,
Notary Public, in and for the. Citv and
County of San Francisco, State of Caii
fornia. Recorded atthe'requcstofJolin 0. Beatty,
September 23, at o'clock . m., in Book of
Bonds and Agreements, paes 407.
M. L. Pool, County Recorder.
By D. E. Beauty Deputy.
Territory of Arizona,
County of Yuma. ) b-
I, M. L. Pool, County Recorder in and for
said County, and custodian of the records
thereof, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a true eovtfy of the Articles
of Incorporation of thefeauharnais Petro
leum Steam Generator Companv, as the
same now appears of record in Book of
lionets and Agreements, pages 107, records
of Yuma County, Arizona.
Ln witness wliereaf, 1 have hereunto set
my tuiiid and atlixed mv otlicial seal, this
23 day of Sept. A. D. 1S95.
Spai. M. L. Pool, County Recorder.
By D. E. Bkatty, Deputy.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
7otiee is hereby given that the "Dupli
cate Assessment lloU"- of Yuma County for
the year 189.1, fs( now in my possession for
the collection of tfiet taxes levied therein,
and that said tax will be Delinquent on the
3rd Monday of December next hereafter,
and unless paid on that day "or prior there
to, live per cent will be added to the amount
thereof as peiialtj Taxes must be paid in
my office, in the village of Yuma, between
the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock
p. m., every day, except Sundays and
( ..,. v Troas,1Pnr J' JiS'm
A. T Ot. 9. lft5
lohn C. r.eatv. WVVJtJ a WMU &a G bqH a u iZHe.J) H
laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
and strengthens the whole system. And
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU-
LAJOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
good condition you find yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
that worn out and debilitated feeling,
These are all caused" bv a slucreish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stnmnrH
troubles will only be had when the liver
t . j -, in , ,
cines, and Better than Pills.
Has 1110 z Stamp in red on wrapper,
.T. H. ZeUin & Co., Pkila., Pa.
CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK.
PR3VATE SARD ROOV2S.
FINEST BKAND3 CP I.H1UOKS AND
The only saloon in town where .you
can sit beneath the branches
of the orange and lemon tree
and drink a refreshing glass
of ice cold lemonade, beer,
wine of any kind or smoke
a fragrant cigar.
MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ.
SHEET ZHOW WURKER.
I have now a complete line of hard
ware. Cooking stoves, wood,
kerosene and coal, a specialty.
Plumbing Promptly Attended to,
and all Kinds of -fob
. Work a Specialty.
FOOT OF MAIN STREET.
$10 An Acre.
THREE IT ALB' SEOTTONS OF
, PATENTED LAND.
AS FINE AND FERTILE
PLOW EVER TURNED.
With Perpetual Watei Right under
the Celebrated Alohawk Canal
in Mohawk Valley.
Each half section has" 40 Acres
Leveled, Fenced, and Read1
J. W. DORRLNGTQN,
GEO. W. NORTON,
MOHAWK, YUMA CO., ARIZ.
WANTED:-S jvcral trustworthy jre'Rlonicn
or ladies to trave'. in Arizona for c-tab-li
'liotl, reliable house. Salary $780 and o.ponseif
Steady position. Knclose reference and self ad
dressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Com
pany, Third Floor. Omaha Ruilding Chienfo, .
in a Miner's Cahiu and j
Thoughts Therein. !
j T nee of a kind. Two when j
lives have an wn sere and vol low, I
and one who has seen the snows of i
but few winter?, oceupy tonight a
1 cabin near the Gila They smo'ep.
peculate and weave iiry webs in
j fancy, while the fire bonis brightly.
1 each and all are in quest of gold.
' while spending their lives away
fiom friends, social ties, and ai-
rf I'fiiCiiil?" Vhl. will m-in lolro
. , ,
ln exchange for his soul?' can be
answered in any mining camo on
. - .
thiS continent in two words: Gotd,
Silver I? this life, and if so is it
worth the livinp?
T.i..i . -. .1
" 1 l,? ",0a (U v " ine i"'.2.1-8 '
"ho nast. and wo find the names of
unknown, and from that iong list
of dead and living few are found
who grew ticb, or lived, or died
content. Life it is said is but a
lottery, a::d this axiom is amply
exemplify ed 1 v every one who
goes clown in the mines.
The wheel is turned, the number
drawn and blanks appear until it
almost seems that life is a bland
and stupid unreality. Prizes come
but to whom? Not the prospector,
the miner or his patient bur 0,
who found or developed the mine
or claim, but the capitalist, the
man of word clothes and ducates
from the east, who invests a few
dollars in grub stakes, and buys
the claim for a song, then puts it
on the market in the shape of
stock, and sells to whomsoever
may or will buy and as a matter
of fact the miner and prospector
get less than ten per cent of the
value or wealth of the mines they
work or discover.
Gambling a game of chance or
uncertainty i fully emphasized in
the life of even mitu-r or prospec
tor and a spirit of avarice clad in
yellow tinselry, lures more men
f t m happy homes and respecta
bility, than c:nld the sweetest
songs or blandest smiles of count
less Circes' sang m Ionian Isle?,
under tropic skies what are the
environments in mdst mining
No childjsh prattle falls upon
the father's ear. No cradle song is
heard from loving wife. No even
ing prayer bells ring on the am
bient air to remind us that we have
a God to whom love, praise, prayer
and veneration are due, and even
the Sabbath unknown to some tis a
day of rest or to be :tkept holy."
A cabin in the hills. The moon
shines down upon a scene Of soli
tude. Sleeping in the lap of in
finitude. The mountain peaks
stand" gloomy, bleak and grand,
like Gentiuels on the battlements
of eternity to proclaim the end of
The winds of winter chant a
dirge as the year passes away, and
I look up into the cloudless sky,
studded with stars, and wonder if
over there I have friends or up
there shall I ever have "a home.
Home, w hat a word to the miner,
fraught with recollections of hap
pier times, of mother, father,
brother and sister. They perhaps
are gone, and here I sit lonely and
musing and wonder how many
more suns will rise and set betore
i will leave my cabin for the last
.The fire is now dying out, the
uight like life i passing and each
will soon have ended. We seek
onr bunks, "perchance to dream."
Ah! there's the rut, for in that
sleep whit dreams of gold may
come. The morning dawns, we
wake and spend the day, where
sunlight never falls in ciuest of gold.
We hope, we trust, wo delve, ayc-1
and sometimes pra3', for ore. Dives
plead for bui one drop of water,
with but little more desire than
some do for gold. And so the
years glide away; the history is
written, the work done and death
stands ready to ' stamp upon the
last page "Finis."
One morn agone, I sat beside the
desert road, and looked upon the
stiffened form, and sightless eyes
Highest of all in Leavening
u. turned in death to He-veii cf T.ie Allowing reported to
one who wa,. moving hop. Uo hvo i,co four,.! o:, the wuil of. a
-ei.ea Sua.K in t::e Heart ot he
f he , tars looked iitymg?y dawn hnskn: -Fere miles frum a nber;
me InolightnpnMtne scene. Awny rfs:8?n raiIi frum a . offig,
irom home he sleeps tonight. Hi, hvcnty-Sv. miles frum a ralerode;
prattling boy may call the name of ftlUrtocn n:iIos frum a fco
Paiher, he will come no more. f5.I ty-tmc mile- frum a chuitbr a--Hi
Ji Wife m-tv look froni mit t.hn'i 1 t 1 ..... -
door for his coming. Be still lovr-d
one, yon will meet him but beyond
the tide what vagrant thoughts
arise, when one but stops to think.
N- polar blasts and snows or
torrid ciimcs, and skies, can check
this mad rush for wealth. Specu
lation, chance and avarice, demand
from reason silence and on, Tes,
and ever on, rush men into the
hills and even die of thirst and
want in quest of gold. The gold
attained, and then the wine, the
dire. A few .may return to the
land of their birth, or their homos,
and use their wealth for some
good purpose, the great majority of
those however who make money in
mines loose or spend it more quick
ly than it was ever gained.
Well, sis vitae est, in Arizona
Belles Dirgones in his tub to any
man whoever stuck pick into the
ground. I have roved around,
made and lost money; lived well
and badly; today I am poor, older
and opulent in experience. I shall
go back to my old home and there
live and die. The old roofstead
. v i 1 1 still shelter me from the
storms and the door of mother's
old home is still open for her Boy.
She has slept beneath the sod for
years, yet I sometimes think she
would hear my footsteps in the
grass that grows above her grave.
I ask not wealth. Not old. Yet
let me be content whatever fate
may come, and when I cross into 5
the Lreat unknown, no one need
weep or fight for a fortune, never
These are the eratic musings,
Mr. Editor of your friend.
S.-H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism,
his Stotrach was disordered, his Liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell
away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of Electric
Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisbur,', 111., had
a running soru on his leg of eight years
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker, Catawba, O., had five largo Fever
sores on his leg, doctors said he was in
curable. One bottle Electric Bitters and
one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him
entirely. Sold by W. T. Cornier & Co.,
A Record Breaking Itnu.
All iong distance records for high
speeds were broken by a special
train of three cars on the Lake
Shore & Michigan Southern Rail
way, which ran from One Hund
redth Street, Chicago,' to Buffalo
Creek, 510.1 miles, in 8 hours 1
minute and 7 seconds, or at the
rateofG3.6l4 miles per hour in
cluding stops and at 65.07 miles
per hour deducting stops. The
train consisted of engine and ten
der, weight 200,000 pounds, and
three drawing room cars, weight
3i 10,000 pounds; total, 500,000
One of the cleverest pieces of
counterfeiting done in Arizona was
that at Tucson by Chinamen.
They raised a one dollar bill to a
five by erasing both name and
number and substituting the five
with appropriate paint.
A Ilouseholu Treasure.
D. V,7". Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keep3 Dr. King's New
Disco Vfciy in the "house and his family has
always found , the very best results follow
its use; that he would not be without it,
if procurable. G. A. Dykeraau Druggist,
Catdkill, iT. Y, says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cough
remedy; that he has used it in his family
for eight years, and it has never failed to
do all that is claimed for it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at f?ondr fr. f"V Ti-ii, Rtnro.
Regular sire 50c and i,o'
Porer. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report
. r-u nut; ..nr in ties 1 rum m:t
htr; ha'f a miiy fr um water; Or.d
t-Ie-s our home. We're pme io
Aiizoua to get a fre3h start.
aIiAKO FOR $40!!!
Chicago ;s rnot prominent music
house, Lyon & Healy, have n n amber
of sli-htly u-od and second-hand
pianos, taken in trade, used io concerts.
in fact not brand new instruments,
which they have determined to sacri
fice rather than to. try to make room
for. These instruments comprise
Square pianos at $4t), ?65, $90, $1Q0
and $125. Upright pianos at $125,
$140, $150, 165, $lSH),$200f 225, $240,
and upward. Grand pianos at $200,'
1250, $300 and upward. Nearly all
originally sold for from two to four
times their present price. Almost all
prominent makes (in .quires and up
rights) are represented, including
among numerous others Chiekering,'
Knabe, Steinway, Weber, Decker,
Steek, Fisher, etc. This is an oppor
tunity that will not occur again, as
Lyon it Healy never had so many
pianos of this class before. Imme
diate attention is necessary. A good
plan would be to order a piano, leav
ing the selection to Lyon &. Hcaly.
However, they will send a list and full
p-.irtieulars upon application. Any
piano not proving 3:itis:etory may be.
returned at their expense. Address.?
at their new salesroom", corner Vabash
Avenue and Adams Street, Chicago.'
Distance is no obstacle in taking ad
vantage of this remarkable chance to
obtain a piano, for in proportion to
the saving to be made, the freight
I charges are insigniticant. If you do
not already know them by reputation,
any banker will assure you of Lyon &
Ilealy's entire responsibility and re
cord of over a third of a century for
honorable dealing. Write to day so as
to avoid disappointment.
The Celebrated Pure Cream Rye
Whisky kept in stock by John
Shanssey at his Crystal Palace
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rons to be the finest flavored whis-.
ky in Yuma.
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