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Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Aledaf Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE r A s OARD.
W. DOREOfOTOS, ?i
SATURDAY, OCT 29, 1898.
T7 C. DAKE, NEWSPAPER Atf-
"Exchange. San Kraacife.-, te4rfr authorized
agent. This paper ft kept jfije in tibm
U, S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE.
WEWtLY WBATIlTSIt KXPORT.
For U$ seven ts ISadlag Friday
Oct. 2&. I8t&.
5 a m5 pin
58 I 60
itafl tor the WMk .'
MATTHEW B. DkVAKB.
Station Aceat, Wealfatr ttareM
Dotit forget the Rapnblksen rally
next Wednesday afternoon ,Novembe
D". P. G. Cotter siade a aho.t Unei
nes.. trip to PboestiK the fl at of the
Santiago Redondo .etwrned Thors
d iy from a two weeks banea trip to
t j nor.
A twelve pound! baby boy was lorn
Wednesday morning to the wife of!
ity Marshal Pete Burke bfR declared
nr on unlicensed dogs, and the friend
iees cainine is rapidly disappeaiing.
C.tftwwf isiiav aga jjiass imui .
nut into hid building on Main street;
occupied as jewelry and fruit We. them-elve. gougnt perpetual control.
r There are other exc. !,nt re.oims i
Mis Cleo Marcello oi Los Angeles I sides that of the ballot. Cup ci'.uis
h purchased an interest in the B. a' j among them ta the r form m u .is
ru A H-.fcn f.hr!f4,er,?d Physicnl system I; Hostf -is
Wiley fruit store and has taken charge
of the an.
Sf rs. R. S. Hatch arrived Sunday
evening from Los Angftles where she
has b for more than a year for the
benefit of her health.
Fred Fi-edley left last Tuesday for
Los Angeles, where he gons for medical
treatment. He w accompanied by
bis youngest eon Lonie.
B. S. Smith came in frr m the Venus
mine at Picacho yesterday and reports
the mill running regularly on good ore
itk satisfactory rerjltc.
John Chancellor, a prominent gro
cryman of Los Angeles, accompanied
t hie wife and daughter. Mrs. Casby,
s.rnved th first of the eek for the
Leaefit of Mis. Cabby's health.
H. S. Lock land arrived yeaterday
. . -ii i . i
rona irooenix ann wm xiuoce vsuiue i
the duties of secretary at the psoi- J
tentiary, vice B. 14. Gregory, resigned, j
r. Gregory will return to Phoenix
and look after hif. property insterests
Miss Lonisa Webbfi th. fourteen-year-old
daoghterof Mrs. Chas. Web
wr, died Tuifeday morning of typhoid
Vver. Miss Webter v ooeot Ynma's
, )-.t beauutl a.i.i brilliant yonngrf
. . .1 t i... u iio Lnuw ht-r '
uw. wlnvW, ... ..w.
Ta mw 3 . ..rn. ,
fneoAs the Wreed a-nil in ex-
the twst fiiHi tyii)3tii ,
Juan Noriega, one of the stalwart
Republicans ci Pnlomas, is in Yuma
on business today.
Superintendent Epos Randolph, of
the S. P. is in Yuma today looking
after the company's interests.
The various candidates of both
parties returned this week from their
tour of the county and are doing a
little missionary work at home.
Mrs. J. F. Brown, daughter of Mr.
; raid Mr. R. II. Chandler, left Sunday
evening for her home in Tucson, after
a week's visit to friends in uraa.
County Surveyor W. H. Elliott re
turned yesterday from the Copper
Mountain district, where for several
,!n,.0 Un j.oo o-onrS(.ju surveying
mi ling property.
District Attorney J. B. Wright is
still confined 16 his room with injuries
J received in an acciueut two weeks ago.
He is slowly recovering, however, and
will be out in time to celebrate his
Tm P. Smith, gstoant rv.rvt
ent of the Territorial prison,
(Suarri Spencer left Wednsu.iy r.pn
ing fcr Phoenix hnvinir in charge con
vis& A". 3Li tstWKAJcT Brvin,
j who were adjudged fosnns com-
aiited to the wylum. Both are serv
ing ten from Yavapai county.
K. W. Wade, superintendent of the
cyanide mill at the American Girl
mine in the Puacho district, came in
yesterdt-y and is taking a much needrd
test. The American Girl mine is the
property of ex-Governor Markham
and others of California, and is giving
Althee stalest! heenn an action in
the superior conrt of California, at San
' Hut week Against C. F. Kani
m&. administrator of the; estate, of
W. ST. Halhert, deceased, to reenvar
$2,472 alleged lobe t;i! iue on a
judgment far $S,000 rendered against
If albert and in favor of the plaintiff
j erne time ago,
i r.Uea Oti Pearce. Wm. LiDsett and
S W. Darling have located a groupe
of wifpimr twine on the Colorado
desert which promise o develop into
a wry important mineral difcovery.
The ledge w five feet wide and runs as
high as ninety-five per cent sulphur.
The claims are lor.it' d peventv-tive
miles east of San Diega and twelve
miles north of the botwdary line, with
in four miles of Coyote wells. Mr.
Pearce is agent and attorney in fact
for the other partners and will apply
for a patent at once ami -begin exten
sive development of tnearoperty.
ttaUa of an JBrfitieiit Jristr
Ballot reform m New
i ork was j
y n eminent. jurist. be-jtca ftrc cp hy Caiarrb, whih i
nolitirtMtte by trsd. Who; ,irwr ut an n.H,mH nnndtiion i.i
i raue mere
ha. I no interest m govern utvn, or ;
politics txept to nncran aggrandize
oiomacti mtters, wmcn couhk.m
u!iieijci-8 u; feeiioiis 'use;; ' a ov v i
deficiency of vitl stamina irregiil rity
of the b weie, stomach,. liver or kid
neys and iuqwietuiie of the nervea
Tliis sterling nieuici.ie, which Ims lor
near halt a century n popular favor,
not only for its excellent qualities in a
remedial capacity, but also for its
serviceable properties us a medicinal
Oyster cock tails at the Yendome.
Goto Vienna Bakery for fruit, veget
ables, bread, pies, cakes, candies and
A complete stock of vaselines, creams
and all preparations for chapped skin,
at "Cotter' Drug Store.
Ladies you can't begin to bake bread
as cheaply as the Yuma Bakery can
I'uriLH tt o . mil r vnr fitter
v .v.i7 v..,..
Call at Cotter's Drug Store for all
article in the toilet line, the stofk is
comi late, of the best quality and prices
lDe J ok est.
F "esh candies at Cotter's Drug Store
fljMutm.vu &v.. - v.w.
beer. Ask Joe fo- long one
, Spelts, Sleepless .-Ms u..I Alt hn !i"lv
Ti e largest sales enable the Yumaj u ig purelv vetai u)ii, t . u.;.,
u Wbd i.prz ttiau the Wwt j HQi restores the system to .ts- nawwii
)H i; sliMiihg pruflts with their (vigor. Try Eleciric Bitters and he
. . ni tUu. Viimu I'tHuiuretl that tliev are .i miracle
, ni tU Viit..fonmrea that tiiev are
Bak-i increase their itmbence s .Had
e i nue me ax tans
r - MB iMi1
& m tai eh m a ss
The board of supervisors last week
appointed tho following inspectors,
judges and clerks of the regular elec
tion in the various precincts of the
Yuma Inspector, C. H. Brinley;
Judges, A. Tyner and L. W. Hopkins;
Clerks, Frank Jordan,- Frank Avila,
J. H. lCinsler and Rafael Monroy.
Ehrenburg Inspector, A. V. Wil
son ; Judges, Thos. Hamilton and
Juses Daniel; Clerks, C. E. Stewart
and Thos. Pearson.
Parker Inspector, C. S. McNiehols;
Judges, W. B. Bacon and Thos, Dren
nan. Nortons Landing Inspector, G. TJ.
Holcomb; Judges, Henry Swift and
Toltec Inspector, Juan Noriega;
Judge, John Snider and D. B. Morris;
Cle ks, J. F. Nottbusch and Walter
Mohawk Inspector, J. E. Crouch;
Judges, L. B. Clark and Jas. Ryan.
Texas Hill Inspector, 0. F. Thom-
tr.n; Judges, A Stark and R. M.Rahn.
Bhiisd'll Inspector, Morris Styles;
Judges, Henry Cautwell and Chas.
Monk. j. '
Harrisburg InspegStorb. Bloomer;
Judges, Sam Butler and Thos. Bouse;
Clerks, John Agard and J. B. Martin
Bonanza Inspector. Chas, Dalman; f
Judges, Dan Lucid and 0. F, Stephens.
Gila City Inspector, Matt Perry ;
Judges, Ben Rinehart and J. R. Lee.
Tyson Wells Inspector, L.F. Brad
ehaw; Judces, G. W. IngerSoll and C.
Catle Dome Inspector, Ed Ma'es;
Judges, Frank Vomicil and Jack John
son. La Fortuna Ins ector.F. J, Martin;
Judges, H. H. Debuara 'and Chas.
Siimmcrton Inspector, J. J. Talor;
Judge, Sam Mustain and J W. Fil
bert: Clerks, C. W. Johnson and J.
Laguna Inspector, Fred Weasel! ;
Judges, C. J. Bruney and A Caeares-
Cibola Inspector, C. O. McCarroll;
Judes, M. Morris and R. Van Bibber.
King of AHsona Inspector, T. M.
Irwin; Judges. Max iiogasser. and
Besfaess Cannot be Cored.
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf uets,
and that is t y constitutional remedies.
Deatness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is j
inflamed you have a rumbling sound i
or imperfect heariogT "atod v-'rcnTTi ;
entirely closed, Deafpi! is tie" result, j
and mJ-'iSsninia.too can he
r lalo n out and this tube restored to its j
ornal condition, hearing will he
itpstrnvr - ri forever: ninn cases out of
th,, D11K.(ll1s surfaces
" Wu will give One
Hundred Dollars .
for i'.'sy n--c; ..f Deafness (cau-il by
catarrh) that csinnot he ured by
Hall's Catanh Cure. Send for cir
culars; ire1. j
F. J. OHENE V A- 00 , ToleJo, O. j
riaii's Family Pills are the best;
Send j'our address to H. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
ever3' deleterious substance and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Kesular size 25c. per
box. Sold byW". T. Gonder & Co's
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like it, but there
is really no trick about in. Anybody
can try it who has Lsinie Back and
Weak Kidney.s, Malaria or nervous
troubles. We mean he can cure him
self right away by taking Electric Bit
ters. Ibis medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to
the Liver and ICi.lnpva i a blond
. pumier ann nerve tome it cuies
Constipation, Headachf, Fainting
,wolfct,r Evt,rv tHlltie gharanLml
();)tv5jc a bottle -t OonO' r Ac C'i
j Drug Store.
m .m&T St .. BfleK
Tho following points in the election
law should be carefully borne-in v.v.rl
by the voters and thereby avoiu -..he
many mistakes which have I een made
in the past in voting the Australia.ii
To vote the straight ticket of any
party, put iust one X in the square
under the vignette of the party for
which you wish to vote.
To vote a "scratched" ticket, place
an X in the square before the name of
each and every one of the candidates
f )r whom you wish to vote.
Do not make any mark of any de
scription or at any place on the ticket,
other than the X iii the squares. If
you do, the ticket will be thrown out
Do not allow the clerks, election of
ficers or any one in the voting booths
to see your ticket, or know how you
have marked it. If you do, you are
guilty of a misdemeanor.
After you have voted, fold your bal
lot from the bottom, even with the
perforated line close to the top of the
ticket . then m.Ae another fold to the
same place, and then a fold ju the
middle, cross-wise, which ill leave
the stub at the top ready to be torn
off by the iuspector. The names must
always be folded in.
It is a misdemeanor to leclioueer
anyplace within the fifty foot limit
punishable with a heavy fine,'
On getting your ballot from thb
clerk, retire at once to one of the vot
ing booths, fill out your ticket accord
ing to the few simple rules above,
hand it to the inspector and then
Millions GlTen Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to know of one concern in the
land who are not afraid to be generous
to the n'-ruy ,-. i butiVri' g. The pio
prietor ni Pr. King's New Discovery
!ur I'srwimptK'n. Coughs and Colds,
hsive given away over ten million tiial
bot les of this gaeat medicine; and
have the satifaction of knowing it has
absolutely cured thousands of hope
less cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarte
ness and all diseases of the Throat;
Ctiesi and Lungs are urely cured by
it. Call on Gonder & Co. Druggist,
and get a trial bottle free. Regular
size 50c. and fl, Every bottle guar
anteed, or price refunded.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the Yuma Arizona Poslofflce
Ot. 25. 1898:
Bea'mond, W iss C Kai, Tom
Cnples, W D Leroy, Chas
Cox, rSam Lislda. Jesus
Fn i i d, J ulian Ruiz, Cbona
Gurbso. Merced Randle, J T
i'er nns cliing for tne above letlersr
will p'ejioe say, "Advertised."
R. H. Cv -;iikii, P. M.
Jaeger's refrigfrntor a ways stand
at 0. .Joe koepfc Dawson City ?.?,cile
J...iir f.-.i- i.iih Tiiirstv.
Get a good cigar at laeger's;
When you go to the coast don't
fail to call on L. W. Alexander at
Redondo beach. Hie place is headquar
ters for all Arizonans, and he will
surely make you feel at home.
Becauso They Keep Their Blood
Pure with Hood's Sarsaparitla
A Wonderful Wlediclrie to Give
Strength to Weak People.
" My husband ha3 taken Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it has cured him of a bad
cough, backache and headache, and made
him feel much stronger. I Layo taken it
myself and it has increased fny flesh and
done me a great deal of good. We have
also given it to our children and it keeps
them healthy." Mbs. Maby Walsh,
" My little girl was troubled with head
ache, and would be so sick at her stomach
that she could not sit up. We began giv
ing h9r Hood's Sarsaparilla, and she has
not had anything of the kind since takiqg
it, and is now perfectly well." Mhs. F.
A. Polltvg:s, Gnnnison, CnTc-ndo.
If you havv decided to tefce Hood's Ssr
sapa ilia do not buy any other hutesd.
I the Best in tact the 'ne True mood Purifier.
AH iggist3. f 1 : six for Get only Hood'.
, i j, r'i cure liver Ilia; easy to
flood S FlIIS tan-easy t2oparito.cco.
A wreck at sea is not the only place
where, a life line is of importance.
There is a life Hue for the sick, as well as
for the drowning man. It is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is not a
cure-all, but it is a scientific medicine that
goes to the fountain head of a number of
serious and fatal diseases. When a man
gets seriously sick, he can generally be
cured by the right course of treatment.
The treatment that cures many obstinate
chronic diseases consists of pure air, good
food, rational exercise, and the use of a.
remedy that will strengthen the weak
stomach, correct the impaired digestion,
invigorate the liver and promote the as
similation of the live-giving elements of
the food. The "Golden Medical Discov
ery" accomplishes all these things.
'! A young man lav pale and motionless upon
(what neighbors called) Ins dying bed. Disease
of tlielungs, liver complaint, kidney trouble, and
nleurisv were fast hastening him to the crave.
j The doctors had given him up to die. The
, ni-"' "iT r -. -, - 1 u nh I wrnnld
iv lic.i. ' l : '; . iu' I. i!ov .nu I
must die.' A i).nht-r '-lad prcs'ritec! him wiih
three bottles of medicine, but he had no fiyth ia
'patent medicines' ; hut, after the doctors had
jrview him up to die and he. had banished every
hope of recovery, he said to hft wfe, ' dear wife,
I am going to die, there can be no harm uow in
taking that medicine. I will begin its use at
once.' He did begin to use it and at first he
frew worse, but soon there came a change,
lowly but surely he ROt better. To-day that
tuan is strong and halthy and he owes his life
to that niedicine. What wa the medicine? It
was Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and
I, Luther Martin-, ara the cured man. Dr.
Tierce, I thank you from the very depth of my
heart, for rescuing me from the grave." The
foregoing.is from Luther Martin Esq., a promi
nent citizeti of Lubec. "Wood Co.. W. Va.
Husband love your wife, don't allow
her to wearHier life out baking bread.'
The Yuma Bakery eell3 bread 32 for
$1.00 which is cheaper than you can
bake it at home, pnying as you do
retail prices for 'he ingre-iio- ts.
Fresh eggs, boionge sausage and
fine cheese on cold storage at P. B
Hodges A Co's.
Get a good -igar at Cotters Drug
Fresh creamery butter from ttie
Salt Biver valley always on cold
toi-age at F. B. Hedges & Co'a.
Tke Sate La grippe Cure.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, if you will only get
the right remedy. You are havfng
pain all through your body, your liver
is ont of order, have no ppttte
lite or ambition, naJElectr c
9reiry that will
jfJltr,f)fompt and sure relief. They
act directly on your Liver, Stomach
and Kidneys, u ne up the wnoieivstem
and make you feel like a new being.
They are guaranteed to cure or price
refunded. For Sale at Gander & Go.
Drug Store, only 50 cents per bottle.
An Enterprising Druggist
There are :'ev iwn more wideawake
-and e-it'irui ii tlie oondci Jb ?r.,
who spa-y no p.. ins tc -( ".ur the best
of ever tiling u. '; iine for their
many uustoiuor.. Tiicj now have the
valuabl- m'fH.' fr.r fr. Kini's Xtw
Divtmvrv '.vi ','oinaU i;p'i'' Conii '
:n ! '.elds. liiio is tue wonderful!
remedy that is producing such a furor I
all over the country by , its many !
startling cures. It absolutely cures
Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and
all affections of the Throat, Chest and
Lungs. Cull at above drug store and
get a trial .bottle free or a regular size
for 50 cents and .tl.OO. Guaranteed to
cure or price refunded.
Yellow Jaundice Cured.
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied with every means possible for its
relief. It is with pleasure we publish
the following : "This is to certify that
I ws a terrible sufferer from Yellow
Jaundice for over six months, and was
treated by some of the best physicians
in our city and all to no avaiL Dr.
Bell, our" druggists, recommended
Electric Bitters; and after taking two
bottles, I was entirely cured I now
take great pleasure in recommending
them to any person suffering from this
terrible malady. I am gratefuly yours,
M. A. Hogarty, Lexington, Ky."
Sold by Gonder & Co. Druggist.
The beet 25c meal in town
All the delicacies the market
affords. Board by the week
-fo.uu. Private rooms for
Poultry ,Oysters,Fish and Game
THE YUMA -- -
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P. B. noGK & CO,
ATjFAIjFA-FED BEEF, fresh from the far-famed
meadows of the Salt River Valley.
Prices the Lowest In Town.
Free delivery to all parts of the city
rest ssact lfiost
- r - J
In Soutlfi western Arizona.
Anything You Wait
GROCERIES, WHY GOODS,
FAIYCY OOIfS NOTIONS,,"
CiiOXjEJIIVG, FUIEIt'lSIIIXG GOOEJS."
3BOOTS, SIEOES, MATS AIJ CAPS? .
TKU3TKS AIV1 TALISES, F lIKrVSTURE,"
5tARJVi : 5-.; miVARE,
MMWI:R, FI NE
I,I1E tKnElT. 1IAV AXM XtP ''
mETfMH" NUPPLIES, f
i: o.tra( tors' jiftpinri."
The Best Goods,, Lowest Frieej
g0F&peci Attention Given to
with, Proinptnesa and Dispatch.
AriMaa's Lesttag Mere Rants.
Fresh and First-Class Goods, and Prices as Low as Any Store in Town
GIVE ME A CALL AND A TRIAL'.'
OF YUMA COUNTY.
Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in GROCERIES AXV DRY GOODS,'
HAY, GRAUf AD LUMBER, HOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS, - - - lUMA, ARIZONA.
COTTER'S MM STORE,
Cotter SwiMIeg, Yma
A FULL LIE OF
Drugs, Chemicals, Stationery, Cigar
Can be had at all times in quantities to suit the purchaser,
and at Eastern Prices.
OUR PRESCRIPTION DSPARTBflENT
la in the hands of a graduate in pharmacy, who will take particular pain.
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ti STOCKTON MILLINGCO. 7-
p San FranciBCO Office,
130 California Street.
HQ ETS.fl Gnm
STOCK OF NEW (Mil
teotis Treatment t All
Outside Orders. All Orders fiHe
my u mi ii
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1 1 in H.l I" iHJI.i I IWIIWI mi iiIiHS
tine Front oadK--
In ppiees and quality mtYi a fuif
and well seieeted line of Senpaf
epeliandise, both wfeolesal! and
retail. HIso Jlay arid Spain", Undep
takeps' Supplies, Fuphltupe, cHard-"
v?ape, ineps Supplies, Fapmin
Implements; tih-feape, Etc;
Corner Hadisou Ave. and 'ihird Sire?