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PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA
J. V. DORR1NGTON, Proprietor.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1900.
Local and personal
Pierce Evans came home last night
from San Diego.
John Gandolfo, one of Yuma's solid
citizens, is in Los Angeles on business.
Fine fancy fans, Japanese fans, and
ail kinds of fans at Sam Lung's grocery
Attention is called to the "ad" of
Ecedro Miramohtes, boot and shoe
maker. Gus Livinstone, the democratic can
didate for sheriff, came down from
Valentine "Westf all has sold his ranch
west of Yuma and moved to Mohawk
valley, his "first love."
Chas. Cowell and Geo. H. Cusenberry,
arrived in town from the Tyson
.mining district Monday.
Have your clothing cleaned and re
paired to look as new by Frank Doyle,
opposite Gandolfo hotel.
A light shower of rain fell in Yuma
and vicinity last Saturday night, and
the weather has been quite cool ever
Capt. C. E. Donaldson, superintendent
of Castle Dome mines, was in Yuma
yesterday on business and called on
James Graham has returned from a
pleasure trip from San Francisco anfl
Los Angeles, and reports having had
an enjoyable time.
Oscar L. Gange operator for the S. P.
at thi3 place for a long time, died last
Sunday at Flagstaff, while enroute to
his home in Canada.
Misses Clara and Cecilia Barney re
turned home last week from a visit
with Grandpa Ben Barney, a wealthy
resident of Menlo Park, Cal.
Mr. Donselman, American consul at
Prague, Austria, has been in Yuma
several days looking after the affairs
of the estate of Frank Vomocil.
John Rimpau arrived in the city
Tuesday night, the 3rd of October he
will open up a stock of men's furnish
ing goods in the Baker building, Main
Hallo! Mr. Johnson. What, in a
hurry? Oh, I am going to Frank Doyle
to get my pants cleaned and pressed.
Frank is a daisy, and makes them look
Dr. Cotter has employed in his Drug
Store as manager Mr. G. A. Burns, of
San Francisco. Mr. Burns is a good
druggist and a gentleman of pleasant
Henry Neithart and wife have re
turned from their summer's visit with
relatives in New York. Mr. Neithart
is -at his old stand as cutter in P. B.
Hodges' meat market.
Senator Ives, nominee for council
man on the democratic ticket, passed
through Yuma on Sunday morning on
his way to King of Arizona mine, of
which he is superintendent.
W. D. Luce, one of the owners of
the Castle Dome mines, was in Yuma
two or three days this week on busi
ness. Mr. Luce says they had a good
rain at Castle Dome last Saturday.
Inr personal notice of Mrs. Ada
Millican last week, the lady was re
ferred to as teacher at the Indian
school. The word teacher" should
haye been "matron" and we humbly
beg pardon for the error.
Robert Tapia will move his barber
shop from present quarters to the room
formerly occupied by Riise & Heyl.
Mr. Tapia is well known to all our peo
ple as a good citizen and a first-class
barber. His "ad" appears in this
Barney Meeden has been making
some good photographs of the Yuma
fire company boys in their new uni
forms. The pictures are cabinet size,
and each of the members is easily dis
tinguishable. The boys are well pleas
ed with the photographs.
Mr. Sanguinetti's business is growing
to the extent that he has found it
necessary to employ an additional
book-keeper Mr. G. M. Bettman, of
Phoenix, having accepted a situation
in the store, commencing duty Friday
JackRarick, of Harrisburg, delegate
to the republican county convention, is
here. Jack is one of the best known
mining men in the territory, is honest
in all his dealings a true blue republi
can and a staunch friend. His many
friends in Yuma wish him a happy
The advertisers of Yuma are coming
liberally to the front and most of them
will be found represented in this issue
of The Sentinel. The man who ad
vertises is the one who gets business,
and we are pleased to see our mer
chants reaching out for trade in this
enterprising manner. Do not overlook
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mr. C; H. Mauk, who has pur
chased the store at Gila City formerly
operated by Jesus Bedoya. Mr. Mauk
is an old resident of the county, and
will be pleased to have his friends call
and see him. The Sentinel predicts
for him a good business.
In another column will be found an
advertisement of Mr. D. B. Walch, who
handles fresh fruits and confectionery,
cigars and tobacco. Mr. Walch should'
get-a liberal patronage. When you
need anything mhis line go and. see
' him; he will treat you righi. The store J
is nest dn.?r tr Milton'? hsr-l'a re
( Among the happy events of the week
was the marriage of Learidro P. Good
win and Miss Mary D. Costello, both of
this city, which was celebrated at the
Catholic "church at early morn Tuesday,
Rev. C. Durand officiating.
Miss Lola' Goodwin, of Tucson, sister
of the bridegroom, was the maid of
honor and Louis Ramirez atcted as best
The wedding party went to the resi
dence of the groom, on Orange avenue,
after the ceremony, where breakfast
Mr. Goodwin is the son of the late
Dr. F. H. Goodwin, who practiced his
profession' in Yuma many years ago
and later at Tucson, where his widow
and children now reside. The doctor
held many positions of trust during his
life-time, among them Deputy U. S.
collector of customs at this port, U. S.
marshal and sheriff of Yuma county.
His son is now a machinist in the em
ploy of the S. P. Co. at this place.
Miss Costello was born and reared in
Yuma, and comes of one of the oldest
and most respected Spanish families on
her mother's side.
Following is a list of presents received:
Mrs. Goodwin, fancy drawing work
tea cloth: Mr. U. uooawxn ana wite,
beautiful painted China chamber set;
Miss Lola Goodwin, scarf drawing work
for side-board; Miss Lillie Goodwin,
dozen wine glasses; Mr. H. Meyers and
wife, handsome parlor lamp; Mr. J. H.
Kinsler and wife, silver butter dish;
Mr. John Balsz and wife, toilet set;
Miss Katie Balsz, China set; Miss
Agnes Balsz, half dozen goblets; Mr.
Louis Ramirez, wine set and China
mush set; Ramon Figueroa, set of cast
ers: Miss Elena Redondo, glass pitcher;
Miss Dolores Redondo, pair pillow
shams Spanish work; Mrs. Connor,
glass water set.
The Sentinel joins Mr. and Mrs.
Goodwin's many friends m wishing
them bon voyage down the vale of
A. Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General Burnham
of Machias, Me., when the doctors said
she would die from pneumonia before
morning" writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln,
who attended her that fearful night,
but she begged for Dr. King's New
Discovery, which had more than once
saved her life, and cured her of con
sumption. After taking she slept all
night. Further use entirely cured her.
This marvelous medicine is guaranteed
to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung
diseases. Only 50c and $1. Trial bot
tles free at Dr. Cotter's drug store.
He Did Not Celebrate.
The Mexicon consul, Navarro, re
fused to take any part in the celebra
tion of Mexican independence day at
Phoenix on the 16th, and members of
the Junta Patriotica of that city are
not pleased at his action, and have
even gone so far as to write the Mex
ican government about it. Mr. Na
varro gives as a reason for not partici
pating in the celebration that the
Junta Patriotica is formed rather for
the participation in American politics,
says the Republican, than for keeping
alive memories of Mexico, and being
diplomatically discreet, he declined to
join them because of possible embar
rassment tnat mignt ionow. mere is
no politics connected with this patriO'
tica society here in Yuma county, and
it appears that Navarro's excuses are
rather flimsv. The fact is that he is
not liked by his countrymen generally
They say he is too aristocratic and is
not a true representative of their in
Stood Death Off.
E. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrieta,
Tex., once fooled a grave digger. He
says: My brother was very low with
malarial fever and lauudice. I per
suaded him to try Electric Bitters, and
he was soon much better, but con
tinued their use until he was wholly
cured. I am sure Electric Bitters saved
his life." This remedy expels malaria,
kills disease germs and purifies -the
bioou; aids digestion, regulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, cures constipation,
dyspepsia, nervous diseases, kidney
troubles, female complaints, gives per
fect health. Only 50c at Cotter' drug
Severed His Shackels.
Santiago Ortiz, the murderer of
W. S. Moffitt, was discovered Friday
morning making the initial prepara
tions for trying to regain his liberty,
and possibly might have given the
authorities some serious trouble if his
action had not been noticed in time, as
Ortiz is a bad Mexican. Under Sheriff
Hatch thought something out of the
usual order was going on in the cell
where the prisoner is confined,
and upon investigation it was found
that Ortiz had succeeded in cut
ting one of his leg irons, What the
cutting was done with was not dis
covered, but it is thought a clock
spring was used.
Although Sheriff Speese says it could
have been done with a common table
knife, such as are given the prisoners
to eat with.
New shackles were put oh the mur
derer, and he will have no further
opportunities to escape while in charge
of the sheriff, at least.
A Shocking Calamity
i'Lately befell a railroad laborer,"
writes Dr. A. Kellett, ofWilliford,
Ark. ''His foot was badly crushed,
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
cured him. It's simply wonderful for
burns, boils, piles and all skin erup
tions. It's the world's champion
healer. Cure guaranteed; 2oc. Sold by
Al Wright has written his friend
"Billy" Marvin that he expects to be
in Yuma for election day. AI has an
enviable record as a rough rider, who
was color bearer for Col. Roosevelt,
and whom the latter has honorably
mentioned in his magazine articles as
one of the bravest as weljfas one of the
finest looking man among all his sold
iers. Mr. Wright bears the honors
-v.,-)- -,' 7 aVi v on' -'..ted o 'h-?r; all
P. E. Beehler, of San Francisco, is at
Bruce Perley, the cash register man,
is at H6tel Gandolfo.
Capt. A. T. Yocum, of Somerton, ar
rived last evening at Hotel Gandolfo.
S. N. Feldheim, agent for Murphy,
Grant & Co., of San Francisco, is at
Col. T. W. Brooks is a guest at Hotel
Gandolfo. The colonel arrived from
The territorial central committee for
Yuma county are Ira Smith, C. V.
Meeden, Robt.HatchE.F. Sanguinetti
and John Doah.
Hotel Gandolfo is admitted to be one
of the best houses on the coast. Amer
ican and European plan. Fine meals
are served in the cafe, where you order
what you want and pay for what you
Clocks and watches will get out of
repair and go wrong sometimes, and it
is desirable that they should be put in
good condition by a workman who un
derstands his business such a man is
Mr. D. B. Henderson, who will repair
your time pieces properly. See his
"ad" in this issue of tl e Sentinel.
Mrs. Dr. Cotter has returned from
her summer visit with relatives in San
Jose, Cal. Mrs. Cotter is a sfster of
Johnny McKenzie, one of the best
known business men as well as repub
lican politicians of California. Mrs. Cot
ter is one of the prominent society ladies
in Yuma, and her many friends wel
come her return.
Frank Webster has recently opened
a first-class livery stable on Main street,
next door to J. M. Molina's store.
Frank has lived in the county a good
many years and is well known as a
square man. All his stock is first-class
and carriages new and up-to-date. If
you have occasion to need a livery
turnout call and interview Frank.
The advertisment of Milton's hard
ware store will be found in this issue of
The Sentinel, and we take pleasure
in recommending Mr. Milton as a man
with whom it is a pleasure to do busi
ness. During the disastrous fire
last July Mr. Milton was one of the
heaviest losers, his entire stock being
destroyed, as well as his residence,
which was one of the finest in Yuma.
He has opened up again with a new
stock in building corner Main and First
and solicits your patronage.
P. F. Bussey. of Huron, S. D., has
been in the city several days and last
Saturday called on The Sentinel. Mr.
Bussey is here to settle up the
estate of his uncle, W. S. Moffitt,
who was murdered by a Mexican, San
tiago Ortiz, at Harrisburg, some time
in August. He will remain till after
the trial of Ortiz, which is set for the
October term of court. Mr. Bussey,
who is chief of police of the citytpf
Huron and a prominent politician of
South Dakota, thinks there is no doubt
that McKinley will carry that state,
but that owing to some unsatisfactory
federal appointments of "outsiders"
there is considerable defection in the
party which may give the democrats
the legislature and consequently the
U. S. senator.
Following are the jurors- for the
October term of district court. Court
convenes Monday, October 1st.
M. J Nugent, Frank W Jordan, L B
Clark, Althee Modestl, Cash M Smith,
Frank C Foster, John Gandolfo, J B Bell,
J M Clark, C D Baker, O H Willis, J D Mea
dows, Dan Devore, M. Winsor, J F Nottbusch,
Jas H Graham, John Grimpau, P B Hodges,
Albert P Behan, T A Jordan, John Doan. ,
R V Bylcr, H E Farmer, M S Darling, W A
Cheney, Thos DeSpain, Ed Baker, M Winsor,
Sr., C E Eichelberger, Jas Doten, Thomas
Foley.l Sherman W "Wiggins, Joe Golden, Wal
ter Winsor, J B Carruth, John B Taggart, J E
DeWitt, Aleck C Berry, Fred W Wessel. E L
Crane, Peter Aunne, Jnsg W Gilbert, Jas H
Hobbs, Jas Ryan, Jas Jlteadows, Wm Sex-
smith, Walter Webster, Mahlon, P Heistand
John M Collins, H E Fairman, Jas F
Vicers, DB Morris, Ben C Heyl, John C Nel
son, Petor Nelson, J R Cox, E F Snyder, Morris
Styles, W L Reef, Chas Boyd,
The Sentinel desires to offer an
apology to the fraternal society
Alianza Hispano-Americano for omit
ting to mention them in our write up
of the Mexican celebration last week.
The omission was purely a mistake on
our part, as we had no intention of
leaving out any feature of the celebra
tion, and more especially so important
a one as this. Nearly all the members
and officers of the society were in the
parade and made a fine appearance.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
in Yuma postoffice, week ending Sept.
Canfield, Ted Evaro, Rumaldo
Goodrich; Theo. Gomez, Abelino
Heskey, Wm (4) Montellano, J O
Palma, Sra C. de Seeley, Henry
Persons calling for above letters will
R. H. Chandler, P. M.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change Weak
ness into strength, listlessness- into
energy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by
To the people of Yuma and vicinity:
Anybody in need of ice and whom our
wagon can not call regularlyt or who
liyes beyond the outskirts of the town,
can be supplied with ice in quantity
hetween the hours of A a. m. and 8 pi
m. at the rate of half a cent per pound
at the door of dur ice factory, and we
will be pleased to wait on our custom
ers during the above hours.
Yuma Ice Co.
r Oro. Oisler.
A. A. Hanna, of Cibola', is at Hotel
Shorey's for fresh candies.
In Its Old Form.
The Sentinel appears this week a
little late but in the old form and will
be improved both in appearance and
reading matter as time goes on. A
great deal of work had to be done on
the first issue and it is not as preserit
able as we would desire.
The republican county convention
convenes at the court house Saturday,
September 29, at 2 o'clock p. m.
preserves and pickles, spread
a thin coating of refined
Will keep them absolutely moUtnre and
acid proof. Paiaffine Wax la alio nsifal in
a dozen other ways about the honw. Fall
direction in each ponnd package.
STANDARD OIL CO.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice is hereby given that the dupli
cate assessment roll of Yuma County,
Territory of Arizona, for the year A.
D., 1900, is now in my hands for the
collection of taxes levied. That said
taxes will be delinquent on the third
Monday of December, A. D., 1900, and
that unless paid on that day or prior
thereto five per cent will be added to
the amount thereof as penalty.
Said taxes may be paid at my office
in The Johnson Co. Store, corner
of 3rd and Madison Ave,, in Yuma, said
Yuma county, on all business days be
tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Dated this 22nd day of Sept., 1900.
D. L. DeVANE,
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax-Collector
of Yuma county, Territory of Ari
zona. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed J. A, Agard and P. F. Bussey,
executors of the estate of W. S. Moffatt,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims against said
estate to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, within ten months after
the first publication. . of this t notice, to
said executors at their office at Harris
burg, A. T., the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of
said estate in Yuma County, Arizona.
Dated this 24th day of September,
A. D., 1900.
J. A. Agard,
P. F. Bussey,
Executors of said Estate.
Date of first pub., Sept. 26, 1900.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT,
PAPAQO COPPER COMPANY, A
Location of principal place of business,
City of Los Angeles, County of
Los Angeles, State of
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of Directors held on the 20th day
of September, 1900, an assessment of
eight (8) cents per share was levied
upon the capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable on the 24th day of Octo
ber, 1900, to the secretary and treasurer
of said corporation, to-wit, A. M. Raw
son, at the office of said corporation,
room 2 Downey Block, corner of Tem
ple and Main streets, City of Los An
geles, County of Los Angeles, State of
California. Any stock, upon which
this assessment shall remain unpaid on
said 24th day of October, 1900, will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and unless payment is
made before, will be sold on the 14th
day of November, 1900, to pay the
delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising and expense of sale.
A. M. Rawson, Secretary.
Location of office of said corporation
room 2, Downey Block, corner of Tem
ple and Main streets, City of Los An
geles, County of Los Angeles, State of
First pub., Sept. 26, 1900.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To C. W. Culver, his assigns and legal rcpres
entatives; you are hereby n6tfttcd that the un
dersigned, who is co-owners with you in the
Placier claim, known as the Klondike mining
claim, have expended the sum of Two Hundred
dollars, in labor and improvements made for
the years 1898 and 1899, In compliance with the
United States mining laws requiring annual ex
penditures to be made on mining claims. The
said mining claim is situated in the King of
Arizona mining district, Yuma County, A. T.
and is duly recorded in Book H of Mines in the
the recorder's office of Yuma County, A. T. and
you are further notified that if, at the expiration
of ninety days from the last publication of this
notice, you fail or refuse to pay your proportion
of said expenditure, together with the costs of
publication of this notice your interest in said
mining claim will be f orfeitured and become the
property of the undersigned In accordance with
Dated Mohawk, Arizona, Sept. 4th, 1900.
GEO. W. NORTON.
First pub. Sept. 12, 1900.
nilRFS WHLKfc ALL t'St rA LS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
in time. oia or aniKRisis.
Special in Repairing Parmino
All work done with promptness.
Shop next door to school house.
t Cofd Air Storage t
David Bafsz, Proprietor.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BEEF, nUTTON, PORK,
VEAL AND SAUSAGE.
1 Alfalfa-Fed Cattle from the Salt j
2 River Valley received by
h Rail Here.
I Yuma, Arizona, f
MOLINA BLOCK, MAIN ST..
Best Turoouts jo the
City at ReasoQable
Guaranteed. : : : :
flay and Grain For Safe
FRANK WEBSTER, PROP.
g Phoenix Restaurant
The Phoenix Restaurant has-
been moved to the newGan-g;
get one of the Best 25-centff
Meals you ever ate. : :
Oysters, Fish and Game
c- Wall uc uau 111 scusuiu
Barber :: Shop
Main Street, Yuma. Ariz.,
Next to "The Ruby"
Artistically Executed. R0BT. TAPIA
DEALER IN yO--g- 9"
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Tiger Hay Rakes.
Sole Agent in Yuma County for
Baker 8 Hamilton, Lo& Anoefes,
Hay and Grain
Bought and Sold. Yuma, Arizona.
Pubfic School &uifd!ng,
J. I!. Kif
Main St., Yuna, Ariz.
Centrally Located and the Cheapest
House In Yuma.
AND efee:S!S&g-:-:S;&:S J
Boots and Shoes Hade to Order.
Repair WorK Done Promptfy and f
Miln Street, Opposite Eetks Hall, &
YUMA, : : : : ARIZONA.
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Dry Goods, Clothing,
A complete assortment of Hats, Gaps, Boots and fcfci-
fenoes, Tinware, Notions,- Perfumes, Patent Medici
nes, Etc. All orders in and outside of the city are
promptly and criref ully attended to and delivered free
of charge. Two-story white building at foot of Main
Street,- and Cash Store on corner of Main and Fifth
Streets, opposite the Eound House, Yuma, Arizona.
The Cheapest Business
Tlic Pioneer Mercantile House
Hay, Grain and Lumber, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
Pni-. First and Main Sts., Yuma, jftrizona.-
1 Kinsfer's Pfiotooraofi 1
East Side Main Street Yuma, Arizona.
H Developing and Printing Done for Amateurs. g
f Views of Residences Made to Order. E
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Rooms From 50Cts
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The popular route runs a daily train from-all points
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Making close connections at New Orleans for
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh
Philadelphia, Baltimore Washington,
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legant Pullman Parlor Sleeping Cars
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for all points north and east, avoid tediotfs lay-overs at
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See that your ticket reads via the Southern Pacific Railway arid New Or--Leans.
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call on or address,
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Confectionery and Candy Fresh
From the Factory.
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Domestic Cigars. : : if ?
A FULL LINE OF STATIONERY f
Gandolfo Block, Yuma. Ariz. f
.The Amerscan school books took-first
prize at the Paris exposition-.
Establishment In the City.-
or Yuma Co'unty5B,,
Wholesale and Retail dealer let
to $1.00 Per Day-
9. BORSE, JCom't Paat. Traffic Mori
address: Company'sAgent, Yuma;
JOHN GHIOTTO -
MY STOCK OP
Are always fresh arid of the bst. My
Dry Goods Department is supplied
with the Latest and M6st Beautiful
Patterns. Give me a call nd get"
my prices before purchasing else
where. Don't be fooled by newi ar-'
rivals who claim to sll cfceaper.-
. f will not be undersold. -
Gandolfo Block; Yuma.- Art'zofts