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COLORADO1 STEAM NAVI
GATION CO Office foot of Main
St. I. Polhanma, Jr.. Gen. Supt. Ai;J:
Finlay. Agent .'
TAMES M. BARNEY, Whole
sale and CommJBBion nnd Forwarding
Merchant Cor Main and First Sta.
TTV AVID NEAHR, General Mer-
cliandise, wholesale and retail Cor.
Main BndFrftt ete:
HS. FITZGERALD & 0.,
.General Merchandise, wholesale &
retail Cor. Main and Second bU.
EO. W. BLAIR, Colorado Ho
tel Gila etretJt,
JULIUS SAMTER, G e n e ra I
Merchandwe.wbdleBSle and retail
Main 8t. nenr Second.
A LQRETTE, General JMer
chandiee, wholeattlaand retail Cor.
Third 8t. and Maiden Laue.
BEDONDO & BRO., Market
Main street.' . .
REDONDO&BALSZ, Yuma Ex
change Saloon, Livery Stable and
Feed Yard Cor. Mam street .and Jones'
CHRIS. HORNER, Blacksmith,
Wagon "and Conch uiater Gila at.
ANDREW TYNER, Saloon
Oor.'Main and Second sts:
JAMES ABEGG, News Depot,
D. JONES, Cosmopolitan Sa
. loon Main street.
miles below Yuma.
LJ. P. lAEGERr Ferry foot
. of Main Btreet.
EURRER- & REGLT, Water
men &Draymen-Main street.
HN. ALEXANDER, Attor
. uey-at-Law, "Notary Public and
3udge of Probate Cor. Main and 2d stB
-TTTALKER & PURDY, Attor
W neys and CounBoors-afr-Law Of
fice : Northeart cor. Main & Second sts.
M. J. BERRY, Attorney at
Law.Officein the Sentinel ouiid-
jug Main street.
WM. P. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law.
District Attorney for Yuma
County. Office with the Probate Judge
CJAMUEL PURDYi Jr., Civil
Engineer and Deputy U. S. Surveyor
of Mineral Lands, office on Jones Av.
PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE
COUNTY JAIL AND TEM
POB'AKY PENITENTIARY Ma
ARIZONA SENTINEL -Office,
Main street, cor. of Third.
St. Louis and Morgan County
WM- H. WILSON, .
' Business Manager:'
609 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
Under Lindell Hotel,
ST. LOU IS, MO.
Thii Conmanv doea a ceneral Land
Aoenrv Businetm. Negotiates Loans, fec
Especial attention given to the Parehase
and Sale of Mines aud Mineral Juanas, or
ganizing Mining Companies, &c.
Our determination ib to mnke our office
the Headquarters for all Mining Men visit
ing our city. We refer to the business
community of.St. .Louis.
Our facilities for selling Lands are un
surpassed, from the fact that we propose
in iaaita n Mnnrhlv KRDflr 01 our own, no
nnnn ftd our list of Lands will justify
whioh. we will distribute Free throughout
the Eastern 8tates and Europe, thus bring
ing your properties before the public to
the beet advantage.
All business correspondence should be
feb 20-1 y. Business Manager.
SHEEP ! GOATS !
W resDectfullv invite the attention of
wool urowere to our fine stock of Cotswoo
Slmnn find Ancora Goats. We have iiUU
had of Pure Breed Angoras to seleot from
hRUH Rome of the finest Goats in Amcri
oa; wo guarantee ovdiuiuk
1... ..U,;.w. ,a aall fil da
nrf.oenfpd: our on cos are as low as
any in America for the same grade of stock
Call and see. or address.
LANDHCM & IIODCEBS,
je 3.jy. Watsonville, Cal.
iv.Nrn -mn. to G P. ROWELL & Co
xt v...t fr iMmnhlotof 100 pages
! j new ium, . - i
.-r-:-.. nt limn nrnvgoauer. and
entimatw abowing cost of "JJgPj
SATURDAY : : : : : May 20
-1 LOCAL MATTERS..
J. A. Moore, Esq of Maricopa
Wells, came in last Monday and
left for borne again -by Wednes
Mb. Mitoeeelt, of Kerens
Mitchell, mail contractors, arnv-
-ed from Tucson by Monday's stage
and passed on for San Diego.
Col. Wingard, Paymaster, U.
S. A., arrived by stage from Cali
fornia last Monday, paid oft the
troops at Fort Yuma and the De
pot, and left for San Francisco Dy
Thursday's San Diego stage. ;
E. P. Duffield and Dr. O.
Pingham arrived last Tuesday
evening by their own conveyance,
and left Wednesday morning for
Tucson. They came from Toledo,
Those pictures' which Young &
Rothrock took, embracing land
scape", river and steamboat views,
and also views of the most pro
minent buildings in Yuma, etc.,
are for sale at James Abegg'sNews
Depot on Main Street, where you
can also buy books, papers, maga
zines, stationery and a great va-
ety of many other useful and
fancy articles. Go and see.
They left the Road. Yes,
ere is ouf good eating friend Ben
Wood,, he comes in with a most
cadaverous look and says he is
hungry! We'll fill him up t he's
always hungry. Then here is the
genial driver, Frank Norton, some
thing the matter with his breast,
he lays over to get well, etc.
Boys, go to work on the line, it is
the best medicine you can get.
A'rthur Gray, for a long time
an attache of the C. S. N. Corapr
ny, and a well- . rrsklent ot-
Yuma, a yoiinp man of excellent
character and good habits, left
ere on the Reamer Gil" hist
Wednesday, fc "-nth the
river, to conne , ,- m
for San Franc.. :
he expects to sail for Australia
and England. Arthur leaves
many friends here who wish him
safe voyage and a speedy return
JL A. Smith, the present con
tractor on the walls of the peni
tentiary, is having the work done
m a most excellent ana substan
tial manner. It is certainly the
strongest thing of the kind that
we ever saw. San Quentin prison
in California, is nota circumstance
to this for strength and impregna
bility. No prisoner can ever get
out of these cells without a strong
force of help on the outside, or
without the connivance of the
We are sorry to be obliged to
print this issue of the Sentinel
on colored paper. It is not our
fault." The fault is in San Fran
cisco, uur oraer was tnere sev
eral days before the sailing of the
Montana on her last trip down,
but our paper was not shipped.
We have intelligence that it is on
the Newbern, due a,t the mouth of
the river to-day, but it is donbt
ful whether we will receive it in
time for next week's issue, and
may be obliged to to use colored
paper again. However, it is nice
colored paper and good for the
.NICHOLAS VVATRY, tor S0U16
time a resident and doing busi
ness in Yuma, left by the Gila last
Wednesday, bound for the mouth
of the river, on his way to San
Francisco. From there ho will
cross the continent to visit nis
Debple in Pennsylvania and Wis
consin and see the Centennial
Exposition. He expects to return
to Yumu next fall. Mr. Watry
is a gentloman of high character
and standing and very affable and
pleasant manners. He. leaves
host of friends here who will re
gret his absence, and all join in
wishing him a safe and pleasant
journey. May he soon return.
Marine ami Commercial.
MOVEMENTS OF THE C.S N CO'S STI'AMKitS
. . SAILED: . ....
From Yuma, May .17 Steamer
Gila, Capt. Poole, for the mouth
of the river, to "connect with
steamship Neicbern. ''
TO ARRIVE :
The steamship Newborn Capt.
Metzger, which sailed from San
Francisco May 6th, bound for the
mouth of the Colorado vm Mexi-1
can ports, is expected to arrive at
her destination to-day (May 20th).
R,iver steamersconnecting with
the Newborn, may be expected to
arrive at Yuma about next Tues
day or Wednesday, May 23d or
1NTSUIOB SHIPMENTS :
James M. Barney has shipped
during the week, merchandise as
follows, to wit : To Camp Grant,
10,090 lbs.; to way stations, 4,7fi0
lbs. Also to San Francisco 373
hides and one chest of bullion. -
David Neahr has shipped dur
ing the week, for Tucson and way
stations, merchandise, as follows,
to wit:. For Tucson and way'sta
tions, by train of Jose SalazarlS,
000 lbs.; Mr. Ramon Mason lO'OOO
tts.; Jesus Contraras 13,000 lbs;
Flour per 100 Ibs..S4.50'5.50
Corn Meal.... " -- 10.00
Barley " " -- 5 05'
Beef " pound .. 12ei
Mutton ' - 5J0c.j-
Potatoes (Irish)- -- 8c.
" Sweet)" " -- 6c.
Cabbngo " " 80. J-
Onions (strong) " " 12ic.
Eggs " dozen ..1.00
Cbickona (yellow-legged) 75c. i
" (blaok-legged) 50crf
Turtle and other Fisli.. As yoi can
Geese, Diicka.i-Qiiail, Rabbits andfother
game.. At private rates.
Other articles in proportion, except ex
treme luxuries,-which are plenty luuUcheap
and to be obtained at various prices, ac
cording to quality and style
Chile Colorado. .Still sharp.
Berkshire piff " for .sale. j
Lord fc Williams have ,oeen
making some heavy shipment of
goods jSic a'month past to tiobora.
During the past week they "mivt
-hipped tc r !'(- noinl-a. Flur-
n.t.-f, . - 1:
t- 10 :t. -..
Mr. James A. Moore showed U3
a specimen 01 silver weighing rave 1
or six ounces, the other day, that;
was nearly a nugget of pure sil
ver. He wouldn't or couldn't ten
us where it came from. It wasn't ,
so much its nenness, eitner, as
its exceeding heauty which at
tarcted our attention.
Messrs. Buckalew and J. M.
Oehoa have formed a partnership
under the firm name of Buckalew
& Ochoa, and are preparing to op
eng a merchandising business at
Stanford. The reputation and pe
culiar qualtiies of these gentle
men for business, augur success
n this undertaking. Both mem
bers of the firm are widely known
u Arizona, having been engaged
for years in general freighting,
contracting and jobbing, and are
familiar to and liked by the busi
Advices from Washington of
April 25, state that in the matter
of the application for the reduc
tion of the San Carlos reservation,
so tar as to exclude the mineral
lands included in the Globe. min
ing district, the matter had re
ceived the prompt attention of
the Indian Commissioner. This
officer. Hon. J. Q Smith, had care
fully considered the application
and had finally approved the re
duction. The necessary papers
had been made out and sent to the
Presldenton the 25th ultimo, with
strong probability of approval and
Mr. Philip Piazza left here
for San Diecro a few days since
and intends starting for the Cen
tennial Exposition, and also for
Rome, Italy, about the middle of
June. Mr Piazza is Italian Con
sul at San Diego, Cal., and enjoys
the respect and esteem of all good
neoDle. He takes with him ta
Rome a cage of quails, ambracing
the California, Mountain, and
Arizona varieties, and says he
will bring some Italian quail
Thos. Ciiilds, Esq., Deputy
Shernr of Maricopa County, ar
rived in Yuma last Monday even
ing, having in charge Lou is Bach
man, who at the fate term of the
District Court at Jfhcanix, was
tried-and con victed for the crime
of embezzlement, and sentenced
to two years in the penitentiary.
Rules of the district C ourt
2d JUDICIAL DISTRICT
TERRITORY of ARIZONA.
ADOPTED APUlIi 17, 1STG.
MAKING UP THE CALENDARS.
" The Clerk shall on Friday next
preceeding the commencement of
each term, ma,ke up a calendar in
form as follows, to-wit:
FfRST r Trrrc. flAT.ENDAR OF
roTTvrTv a r.;. Maq-cs All nriminiil
; hhTr hnrinM h5w
nov answered. shall be placed first
in nnJeron this Calendar, arrang
ed according to the date of the iu
dictments, after which shall be
placed all criminal cases u wmcu
defendants haV.e answered, ar
ranged according iO date of an"
SECOND : The Calendar oi
Htvit. flAHTM. 'in whinh anv de-.
murer, motion, or other . question
of law is pending, denominated
The Law Calendar, eacli case
arranged, as near as may be, ac
cording to the date of making
the motion thereof, qr of issue
TxtlKD : THE UALBNDAK Ut'
Civil Cases, joined in issues of
fact, denominated Term Trial
Calendar. Cases on this Calen
dar, in which juries have been
demanded or required by Statute,
shall be placed first in order,. 3i
ranged according to date of issue
of fact, as near,, as may be, after
yhich all other cases in this Ca
lendar shall be arranged in the
After making up this Calendar,
and during, the . term, all cases
whictr'8hall come to issue,, either
of law or of fact, .shall bepraced
on the Calendar to which they
belong, for that term.
CALLING AND'DISPOSING OF CA-x
Criminal cases will be called by
the Court on the first-day of the
The Law Calendar will be call
ed by the Court on Monday of
each week during the term, while
any cases remain thereon, and
may be called from day to day,
if other business beforo the Court
is not thereby interfered with, on
which days the demurrers, mo
tions, and other questions of law
will be heard and determined by
the Court, in the order in. which
they stand on the Calendar..:
The Trial CaK-ndar will eall
. u iv the Court on tho first :y
of the term or on such other an
t the term or on sucn ouier . w
r days ,of the term as the Court
cial v- to continue caoo ovu
the ter;n. TJie firot cie in ordc
on this Calendar (except those)
specially set), will be set down. for.
trial by the Court for sorae'day
certain, and the ballanceof cases,
not specially set, will be set for
trial in their order, as arranged
on the Calendar, the Jury cases
not to exceed three for each suc
ceeding day. Cases not acted on
on the day for which they are
set, shall be entitled to a prefer
ence on the succeeding days in
their regular order.
If any case on the Calendar
shall not be heard or tried in its
regular order, and not continued
over the term, the Court may or
der it to the foot of the Calendar.
DEMAND FOR JURIES.
Any party desiring a Jury
must demand the same as requir
ed by Statute, except when issue
of fact be joined during the term,
a written demand must be filed
with the answer, or within one
day thereafter, otherwise a Jury
will be deemed waived.
ISSUES IN EQUITY CASES
Issues of fact to be tried by Jury
in equity cases must be settled by
the Court or Judge or CourfCom-
missioner. or by stipulation of par
ties, before the cases are called i,or
trial, otherwise such issues, v3ll
be-tried by the court. .
RULE V. ,
TIME TO ANSWER OR 4MEND AF
When a demurrer to a com
plaint shall be overruled, the de
fendant snau. tie allowed fave days
thereafter to answer. When a
demurrer to a pleading is sustain
ed, the adverse party shall have
tendaya 'thereafter to amend the
pleading demurred to, except
otherwise ordered by the Court.
But the Court, in granting leave
to amend, may impose such
terms as it may deem proper, and
will for good reasons, allow fur
ther time to answer or amend.
TO PAY COSTS.
When a party obtains a contin
uance of a cause after it has been
set for trial, aud such continuance
is not consented to by the adverse
party,, the party applying shall
pay the necessary expenses incur
red .by the other party in getting
Motions, (when by law is requir
ed to be given), shall he noticed
for a hearing at least live days be-
er.a fhp flfivsnecified for the hear
ing, unless a shorter time he pres-;
cribed, and a copy ofll papers to
be used by the moving party, (ex
cept pleadings or other records of
the Court), shall be served with
notice of motion,. The notice of
motion shall specify the papers to
be used by the moving party and
the grounds of the motion.
UNDERTAKING ON ATTACHMENT.
The undertaking required be
fore issuing, a writ of attachment
in' any action, may be increased
by the Court or Judge after notice
and on goocl cause shown.
INSTRUCTIONS AND ARGUMENT
Instructions requested by either
party shall he submitted . to the
Court and be settled by the Judge
before the argument commences,
and, when.so settled shall be tak
eng us the law governing them in
their argument of the facts. Coun
sel may read law books to the Ju
ry to illustrate tnsir argument,
suMec? to the dire.ctiou of the
Court, x.'ve party holding Hie af
nafiro'nfo issue. may address
the Jury first, axi shall, if desir
ed by the opposite iTrty,- read or
refer to his authority n dte
hi nnints: the nartv ho!tt'1" X$B
negative' uiay theu,make his ar
gument, and tne party xjoiuujs
the afhrniauve imy Close.
.WHENCOTINSEL NOT TO ARGUE,
'if the Attorney or Counsel of
either party offer himself as a wit
ness on behalf of his client, and
give evidence on the merits, on
the trial, he shall not argue the
case, only by permission of the
ATTORNIES W.T TO BE SURETIES'.
No practising attorney will be
received iissurety on any. bond or
undertaking to he approved by
this Court or Judge, except by
ihe permission of the Judge there
. STATEMEN'iFOR NEW TRIAL.
The party preparing a state
ment for a hew trial shall number
the pages and lines of the same,
and on the same day of its filing
shall give the opposite attorney
written notice that the same has
been filed, within five days there
after, or such other time, not ex:
ceeding twenty days, as the client,'
or Judge, or Court Commissioner,
mav errant, the opposing party
shall prepare and file-.-with .-the.
clerk his;araendment3ojr.. correc
tuiis, r' l.'rrLig . j i: o ' .iges .-'u
liue.-iofthe -'HiHiuciu. nnd give
, h u ultoraey viitton no-
J f h - f
nve uty. thereafter, .nU:UK-hj
Rereree, or sucn ameuumtuits yr.
corrections shalL be deemed to
be accepted. Such notice of set
tlement shall be for nob 'less than
two nor more than fiye days.
No such notice of filing any
statement, amendment, or correc
tion, need be served on any attor
ney who does not-reside or have
an office open within one mile
of the Clerk's office, unless such
attorney shall previously give the
opposite attorney written notice
of the . placo when such notice
shall be given or left, which shall
be within one mile of the Clerk's
All pleadings intended for the
files of the Court, and the copies
of the same which are served on
parties to actions, or their Counsel,
shall be on good legal-cap paper,
or printed upon sitiular paper and
each line numbered without era
suses or interlineations, unless
noted by the Gierk afr'the time of
filing and thfc Attorney of Records3
name endorsed on the back.
When ajjy portion of the pleading
is smcjren out by the Court, the
Clerls: shall mark such portions be
tween brackets, aud make a note
On the margin referring thereto.
ADMISSION OF ATTORNEYS.
Application foradmission as At
torneys and Counselors upon ex
amination in open Court must be
made on the firstrday of the term;
and none but attorneys who have
been admitted to practice in the
Supreme Judicial Tribunal of
sister State, Territory or District
of Columbia, will be admitted "ex
cept upon suci examination
PERTAINING TO PAPERS ON FILE
IN CLERK'S, OFEICE
No original papers belonging to
the general file of this Court will
be allowed out of the custody of
the Clerk, without an or.der of the.
Judge. The Clerk, on, the appli
cation of attorjieys oi'record, or
other partieA in, Ui terest, will fur
nish coiu6s.of-.irtl such papers on
payment of ihe fees allowed by
ICis ordered. that the foregoing
Rjtfes be and .the. same are hereby
adopted for the1 Second Judicial
District of the 'Pfirritory, of Arizo
na, and that theyishall'take effect
on the 20th day'f June, A. D.
1876, and that thereupon all for
mer Rules be abrogated.
'April 17th, 1876.'
Attest : Judge.
J. W. Dokkington, Clerk.
Mondo and Balsz,
Take pfflasiire in apnouifelna to their
friends and the public generally the opea
ng of their
Saloon oa'Main Sitoet
Near the Steamboat Landing.
Their stock of
Wines, Zi!?ors d- Cigars
for . ; '.
EXCELLENCE OE " QUALITY.
To the Saloon is attached a splendid
3211, LI Aft 3)
the best one in town.
a, connection with the Saloon, we hava
.One of. ike Largest and the
jBest .Corral in Yuma;
where eynatere arid others can find
FOR THEIR LEASTS
As well-as Themselves.
Plenty of ?' .'
Hay, Gram a?id Water
cah'alwnj's be found here.
Fob 1 tf
ESTABLISHED 1870, BY
NB WSPAPERSi : '
... ETC., ETC.
The Best Brands of Cigars and To
baco always on Hand.
SOrders for Books nn& P pew promptly.
attended to. jal5-tf.
QUP 00 Q 0
Across the COLORADO RIVER
Six Miles below Fort Yuma,
At the Jegula'r'crosaing of tho U. S, MAII4
The Roads are good, and Two Miles
and a-lmlf the SHORTEST to
BAY, QRA1N OR PASTURE.
Run Day or Night for the Accommndiio
of the Traveling Public.
The above describe Property FOR
SALiE, with Everything pwtaiuiug tu
tho Ferry CoMl'LETR.
Apply to HALL HANLON at the
Yuma. March 21,1874.
per dy at home.
free. enr I tot WisXl Plea wuuu 01
SriNaos A, Co., Portland, Jaino.