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THE SENTINEL.
J. W. DORRINUTON, Publisher.
YUMA, ARIZONA.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R 12, 1900
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
: I hereby announce my candidacy for the of
flee of Recorder of Yuma county, subject to the
action of the BepublicanCounty convention.
T. B. BELL.
f FIREMEN ATTENTION.
There will be a practice drill of the Yuma
Fire Department Thursday evening, September
13, at 8 o'clock. All firemen are earnestly re
quested to turn out. By order of
V. H. BUCK, Chief.
' W. E. Marvin, Secretary.
Republican Territorial Convention.
Headquarters Republican Territorial
Centeral Committee.
..Tucson, Arizona, August 22, 1900.
:TO TEIE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF
ARIZONA:
A convention of delegates of the Re
publican party of the Territory of Ari
zona is hereby called to meet in the City
of Phoenix, at 10 o'clock a. m., on Sep
tember 24, 1900, for the following pur
poses :
. 1st. The nomination of a delegate to
Congress.
2d. The selection of a Territorial Re
publican Central Committee.
3d. The transaction of such other
business as may properly come before it.
The basis of representation will be one
delegate for each fifty votes and for
every fraction of votes over twenty five
cast for Hon. Alex. 0. Brodie for Dele
gate to Congress in November, 1898;
therefore, the representation will be as
follows :
County.
- Apache...,
Coconino .
Cochise...
- title
,- Graham..,
Maricopa..
"" ''Mohave... ,
.. Navajo....,
Pima.....,
Pinal
Brodie Vote. No. Del.
264 5
4(54 9
648 13
'383 8
521 10
1,743 35
168 . . . .-. 3
339 7
641 13
273 5
Santa Cruz 193
Yavapai 1,404
Yuma 343
4
28
7
Total number of delegates 147
Proxies will be recognized only when
presented by a voter who is a lesident
ol the County from which the same is
issued.
-All railroads have been asked to make
a reduced rate for this convention and
if no such rate is in force when delegates
leave for the convention they should
take receipts for money paid and the
matter can probably be arranged at
Phoenix for returning free.
A full attendance of delegates is earn
estly desired, as well as the presence of
representative Republicans from every
part of the Territory.
CHAS. r; DRAKE,
J. KNOX CORBETT, Chairman.
Secretary.
UNGRATEFUL MR. BRYAN.
Had it-not been for expansion
' " Mr.' Bryan, would not have been a
I presidential candidate this year.
-' How's that? - Mr. Bryan explicitly
"stated,, again and again, that he
positively 'would not be a eandi--
date, unless the free coinage of
' silver, 16 to 1, was a specific plank
",in, the platform. The committee on
.. resolutions stood evenly divided,
one-half for free silver, one-half op
posed to any specific, declaration in
favor of that monetary heresy, with
one delegate to hear from. That
delegate and member of the plat
form committee was from Hawaii
the territory from which 'our flag
was removed by order of the Demo
cratic president, Grover Cleveland,
by and through Paramount Blount,
and which territory was made a part
of the United States through Pres
ident McKinley's Republican admi
nistration. This product of ex
pansion had the deciding vote, and
he cast it in favor of the free coinage
of silver, thus permitting Colonel
William Jennings Bryan, to be the
nominee of the convention. And it
is rather queer that this Hawaiian
delegate to a Democratic convention
was a royalist and bitterly opposed
to annexation. It is rather un
grateful in Mr. Bryan to inveigh
against expansion when that same
expansion made him a presidential
candidate. Citrograph.
R. W. Winch and Miss Mary E.
Conners went through an educa
tional ordeal yesterday when they
appeared before Judge Frank for
examination for qualifications as
public school teacher. Both were
successful.
Frank Blaisdell has been granted
a franchise to extend his telephone
line over Yuma county, the condi
tions of which may be learned by
reading the minutes of the board of
supervisors which appear in this
issue of the Sentinel.
OFFICIAL MINUTES
Of the Proceedings of the
Board of Supervisors of
Yuma County, Territory
of Arizona.
Office of the Board of Sdpervis- )
ors of Yuma County, Arizona, j
Yuma, Ariz., July 9, 1900.
The board met pursuant to ad
journment.
Roll called.
All members, district attorney, as
sessor, sheriff and clerk present.
Minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved.
The Board continued to equalize
assessments.
At 12 m. the Board took a re
cess until 2 p. m.
The Board me; at 2 p. m.
Same members present.
The Board continued to equal
ized assessmants as follows, to-
wit:
John Gandolfo, raised on
improvements on part
lot 1, block 14 3000.
Raised on part lot 1, block
block 11 $56 00
Mrs. M. A. Baker, reduced
on part lot 1, block 16 56 00
John Gandolfo, raised on
lot 1. block 14 130- 00
John Gandolfo, reduced on
mining machinery 500 and the
same assessed to gandolfo &
Sanguinetti.
Trinidad Gonzales, listed
10 head stock horses 118 00
Mrs. Alice Gilroy, raised
on horse 10 00
Mrs. Alice Gilroy, raised
oh furniture 30 00
Gilroy & Morretti, raised
on stock goods 150 00
At 4:15 the board adjourned to
meet at 10 o'clock a. m. July 10th
A. D. 1900.
P. G. Cotter.
Chairman Board of Supervisors
Attest: W. E. Marvin,
Clerk Board of Supervisors.
Office of the Board oe Supervis")
orsof Yuma County, Arizona.
Yuma, Aziz., July 10, 1900. )
The board met pursuant to ad
journment.
Roll Called.
All Members, Assessor, District
Attorney and Clerk present.
Minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved.
The board continued to equal
ized assessments as follows, to
wit: P B Hodges, raised on fix
tures and cold storage 500 00
W T Heffernan, raised on
stock of goods 700 00
At 12 m. the board took a re
cess until 2 o'clock p. m.
The board met at 2 o'clock p.
m.
Same members present.
The board continued to equal
ize assessments as follows, to-
wit:
L JF Iaeger, reduced on
2 pianos 100 00
Assessed lot 4 in block 12
for taxes of 1899, as the
same escaped assess
ment for said year 40 00
S H King, listed improve
ments on possessory
right 50 00
Mrs. M C Levy, reduced
on improvements on lot
4 in block 15 1800 00
At 4 o'clock p. m. the board
adjourned to meet at 10 o'clock
a. m. July 11th, A. D'. 1900.
P. G. Cotter,
Chairman Board of Supervison
Attest: W. E. Marvin,
Clerk Board of Supervisors,
Office of the Board of Supervis
ors. of Yuma CouNTr, Arizona.
Yuma, Ariz., July 11, 1900.
The board met pursuant to ad
journment.
Roll called.
All Members, . Assessor, District
Attorney and Clerk, present
Minutes of previous meeting read
corrected and approved.
The Board continued to equal
ize assessments as follows, to
wit: D A Lindley, listed -im
provements on Sec. 31 tp
6 S R, 13 W. 80 00
W D Luce, listed stock of
goods 75 00
"W H Lyons, listed 1 safe 50 00
Listed 1 piano 75 00
Reduced on stock of goods 75 00
Santiago Lopes, listed- 17
stock cattle .187 00
Althee Mpdesti, reduced
on lots 344 and Si. of N :
Wof Sec. 4 Tp8, SR
15 160 00
Reduced onNof SW'I
and S of NW of Sec.
23, Tp. 6, S.R. 12 W 400 00
Reduced on SE of Sec. 35
. Tp. 6,.S. R. 13 W . 240 00
Reduced on lots 2, 3 and
SEof NW and lot 3
and-NEi of SWi of Sec.
31, Tp. 6, S. R. 12 W.
G & S R M 383 00
Reduced on lots 3, 4 and S
of N W Sec. 5, Tp. 6, .
S. R-..11 W. 153M)0
Reduced on Si of Si of
Sec. 20 Tp. 6, S R. 13
W. G&SRM 120 00
Reduced on -Ni and Ni of
Si Sec. 29, Tp 6, S. R,
13 W. G & S R M . '360 00
Reduced on improvements ,
on lot 2 block 5 50 00
At 12 m. the board took a recess ,
until 2 o'clock p. m..
The board met at 2 ,o'clock p.
m.
Same members present.
The board continued to equal-.
ize assessments as follows, to
wit: A Modesti, reduced on lots
9 and 10, block 9 30 00
Reduced on improvements
on block 87" . 50 00'
Reduced on improvements
on lot 8, block 10 3000 00
Reduced on improvements
on lot 4 block 16 100 00
At 4 p. m. the board adjourned
to meet at 10 o'clock a. m. July
12th, A. D. 1900
P. G. Cotter,
Chairman Board of Supervisors.
Attest: W. E. Marvin,
Clerk Board of Supervisors.
(Continued on third page.)
A A A A A A A A A iA a a
EAT YOUR MEALS
...AT THE..
California Restaurant
Tom Duck &. Co.. proprietors.
Good Cooks, Attentive, Obliging Wait
ers, First-Class Fare.
FRESH OYSTERS
Served in Any Style. Game in
Season.
I
MEALS, 25.35ANDS0C
Board by the week ?5, ?6 and ?7.
PHffiNIX
RESTAURANT.
The Phoenix Restaurant has been
moved to the New Gandolfo Block,
where you can get one of the best 25c
meals you ever ate. Oysters, Fish and
Game can be had in season.
JOEGUNN. :
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