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The Arizona sentinel. [volume] (Arizona City [Yuma], Yuma County, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1872-1911, November 27, 1880, Image 3

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XI3CELLAXKOD3 ;
ITALIAN STORE I
G. Ginocchio & Co.,
W eier It ur'Uuty to infotm Xh
-S
public that w &r daily, receiving
New Supplies of
.Fresh Groceries,
! and
Provisions .
Our stock U. fully assorted and well se
lected, consisting of
DRY GOODS
Fancy goods,
Ladies and gentS
Furnishing goodS
Agents 1AND boys
Hats,
and Slioes,
.Crsrkrrr, nafdwam. Mining .Implements
, Watches and Chains, Gold and
. Plated, Cellritiid Jew- ,
flST:ffU& CARTRIDGES
rbrco. Cigars,' Foreign and Domestic
Wines anil Liquors; MilwaUee and
- " St. L6uis Jieer. .
The continuous increase of onr trade
'is sulflcient guarantee-tlfat the public is
fully convinced) -of our - fair aud honest
dealing. . ; i '
,.!. I
,?V "
GOM A&S tiELIVtRED AT DEPOT
and ik ,parU of the towtr free
sf char... '
Attache to our store we have a new and
comp'ete
BAKERY,
Cosiseted by first-class" baker. V-All or
ders allied at short notice.
KCCHA, JAVA, AMD C. R.C8FSE,
Fresh roasted and ground on the prem
f '.'." . fee's. ' ! .
G. Ginocchio &Co.,
Successors to
yOXTSVEBDE & GANEOLFO,
; Eireet, Neit Door to Cspital Saloon
t
Vvuua, .A- T,
Arizona Sentinel.
SATURDAY, - - NOVEMBER 2G 1880
TVEATUE3 REPORT.
From U. s. signal Office Yuma, A.T
Following Is the report for tba week end
iug Nov. 25. 18S0.
Date Thermomet'r 2
111 3 ??
Not. Max. Mln. tuft's
19 61 84 37 N E Ciear
20 3S 33 N E Ciear
31 B7 39 34 Variable Clear
2? 72 42 23 Variable Clear
23 75 4tf 36 S W Clear
24 - 75 46 56 S W Clear
25 04 . 47 40 N Clear
LOCAL MA-TTEKS.
Mrs. Jesse Shultz arrived home last
Monday after an absence of three mouths
in the east.
The two or three days of cold has been
succeeded by such lovely weather as is no
where found only in Yuma.
There seems to be a strong effort to be
made to contest the election of James G.
Fair to a seat in the United States Senate.
Tee steamer is expected to return on or
about the first of December. She will
immediately return as soon as she can be
loaded.
8her!ff Hodges left for Ehreuberg Tues
day morning. He will bring Juan Noli
down for trial during this coming term of
court.
Thanks giving day was generally ob
served by our people the day being one of
the nleasnntest in paint of weather of the
season.
Rumors of a serious cutting affrary at
Castle Dome have been circulated for the
past few days but we have failed to get
any particulars of the affair.
An iromerne amount of freight is iaily
passing over the l jad. The passenger list
U also increasing. As many as So per day
have been recorded during the week, we
look for an immense trade over tke South
ern Pacini-, of Arizona oa the completion
of the read:
i
According to the new treaty with China
only 15 Chinamen will be allowed to come
in one vessel. If that dont relieve the pre
surc on the California labor market it wi'.I
be diBcnlt to concieve what will. There
'S no doubt but what, the Senate will ratify.-
Capt, T, 1. MacLeod lias been spending
a few Hays in town aud is now at the
Mesquite placers, the Capt. has a number
of Gue quartz claims and i3 making exten
sive arrangements to develop them im
mediately. And the prospects are vory
flattering for a large ammount of work
being done there this winter.
A speculator, who has involved his faith
ful shareholders in no end of disaster,
summons them to a meeting, at which he
reveal to them his intention of letting
thcui in on the ground floor-to a scheme
in which there are millions. This lucra
tive speculation, he explains, is a silver
mine of unexampled richness, sit
uated in an unexplored country. A share
holder, timidly. " But I say, we want to
know if it really exists? Speculator, in
dignantly: " What really exists? The
mice sir?" Shareholder, apologetically:
' No; the country!" French paper.
The Mex'.caus are fond of dancing, but
at San la Fe the waltz is not countenanc
ed in good society, aud can only be seen
in the low public dance houses. " At a
fashionable gathering," says a recent vi
sitor. " even the square dance is conduct
ed with grate decorum. The ladies ni l
sit on one side of the ball room and the
gentlemen on the other, and when the
music begins the young men walk out
into the middle of the floor aud beckon to
the young ladies whom they desire for
partners. At the close of the dance the
ladies return to their side of ibe room and
the gentleman to their own."
Of the genuine politeness of the natives
of Egypt we have never entertained but
one opinion. That view has been strength
ened after hearing what took plr.ee lately
at village i.i the Delta. Osie of our coun
trymen, well known in Alexandria as the
most successful of athletes, was training
for athletic sports. While running at
speed he came across gray-bearded Arab
riding on a donkey in the oppositj diree
'ion. The Aral) hastily dismounted and
bagged the " llowaga." a Us was in such
a hurry, to avail himself , of his donkey
for the rest of his journey. London
Trotf. .', ..
BY TELEGRAPH.
Tite Northern Parifls to be t'lnisa
edWithiaSsree i'earn.
Charles D, Wright one of the directors
of the Northern Pacific Iiailroau Com
pany, who returned from New York late
ou Saturday, was at his office to-day, and
said that negotiations were closed ou
Friday iii-ut bet.Tueu Ihj company and
a syndicate of American and European
bankers, uiidcr which the syndicate is
to furnish $40,00u,000 for the completion
of the road. The graders are now work
ing up to the Yellowstone, and during tLe
winter the road will be completed to
Miles City (Fort Keogh.) There is only
about 800 miles of road remaiuing to he
built. About 300 miles of this will be
constructed during the coining year. TVe
shall soon ship rails around the Horn to
be laid on the western end. The road will
be finished within three years,
O'fSx-ien Pleads Uailty.
New Yokh Nov. 24ih James O'Brien,
alias Uobert Lindsay, who was indicted to
day by the Grand Jury for perjury in con
nection with tho Morey Chinese letter,
was arraiguer before Judge Cowing in
the Geuer..l Sessions, pleaded guilty, aud
was remanded until Friday.
Mtaamer A gronncl fr'rozea to Ueatn.
Montreal, Nov. 24th. The steamship
Ottawa is aground and in danger. Three
men were frozen to death floating down
the river on a block cf ice.
For Sale.
One Dry "Washer,
IN PERFECT ORDER, CAPACITY.
40 tons iu ten hours, weight 200
pounds, price 150 dollars Complete ouitil
includiUi Serenes, Crowburs, Rawhide
buckets t&c, price 200 dollais.
Address.
A, FRANK,
Etrenbere, A. T.
474t.
CELEBRATED
Meets the requirements of the rational
medical 'philosophy which at present pre
vails. It is a uerfectly pure Vegetabie
remedy, embracing tho three important
properties of a preventive, a tonic, and
an alterative. It fortifies fhe body against
disease, 'nvigorates aud vcvitalizes the
torpid stomach and liver, and effects a
most salutary chance in the entire system
when in a morbid condition,
J5ST" For sale by all Druggists and deal,
ers generally.
46 tf.
TAXPAYERS ! ATTENTION !
T-xes are now due and p-iyl.le at rav
o8e at thf? Conri House, in the village
of Yuma. Taxes become DELINQUENT
on the SECOND MONDAY INT DECE11
URH. F. M. HODGES,
3i 3m. Tax Collector.
Babbitt Metl
In Quantities to Suit purchaser
AT THE
SENTINEL OFFICE
It is Truly WoailcvfaJ.
To see what improvements now exis
as compared wilh railway travel oniy
a few years ago. Tj become convinced
of thin, one has ouly to select for his routl
Eiist, the popular and well known
Chicago and Northwestern Railway
You are landed bv- the Union
Pacific R. R. in t!ia Union Depot at Couu-
cil Bluffs, where stands the C & N.-V?
Palace Train, composed of pullm.in Hotel
Cars, Pullman Sleeping Cars, elegant Diiy
Coaches, Smoking, Baggage, Postal Cars
etc., - ready to couvey its passengers j
through Iowa and Iilinois. and mio
Chiecgo, Gliding smoothly along over
the Buperb track or steel rail ihrouah
thriving cities and villages, comfortably
seated in this train, one scarcely discovers
the high rate of SDced which he is riding
Trains of :his road re always on time
connections sure, and passnn;rers seeking
pleasure, comfort, safety and ease in
traveling, will tind the " North-Western
" in excess of their expectations, ai.d
the greatest of all routes to Chicago and
the East. Insist upon Ticket Agents vei
ling you Tickets via this Koad: all Asrei.ts,
sell them. Examine your Tickets, and
refuse to buy if they do not read over this
Road. Ifyoa wish the Best Trxvtiing
Accomodations, you will buy your Tickets
by this Route, AND WILL TAKE
NO OTHER.
L. P. FISHER, advertising agent, 21
Merchants Exchange San Francisco, is
authorized to receive advertisements fur
the columns of this paper.
E.GERMAIN,
E. Gekmain, P. O. B. 5S, Lo3 Angeles, Cal.
E. Gkumain & Co., Terminus S. P. R. E.
Arizona Territory.
WHOLESALE
Commission
Merchant
For the Sala and Purchase of all
kin da of
FH000GE AND FISERCHAHOfSL
OF"ME 28
Los Angeles, Ca!.
Consignments ef Every Descrip
tion of Country Produce So
licited. Advances in acta
on approved Shipments.
I execute orders at LOWEST Prices for
Green mid Drird Fruits. Dairy Produce,
Groceries, Provisions, Wines jfc Brandies,
Honey , and everything produced iu this
market.
Solo A-seixt for
Star Dairy Cheese
AND
O. SSI. 33 XI "37 1? EI
Mayl-tf.
C. E. Rubottoni.
Watchmaker & Jeweler,
Martins Drugstore Yuma A. T.
A good assortment of
watches kept corstautly ou hand.
Watches, Clocks, i:n:l Jewelry repaired
iu a supeior manner.
PRICES RESONAPLE.
PALACE HOTEL,
YUMA, A. T.
THE UNDER3-.GXED BSG3 TO IN'v
JL form tlu iravehug public to and
frsm Arizona.
THAT HE 13 KSW FBEPAHED
To entertain them in first class style
having ue-.viy furnished aud renovated
the above named popular house, and iu
tends, from henceforth to be second to
none in catering to the wants of his
guests.
r
illiiil
will be made np Trota Ihe best in the Cali
fornia Markets, and
Served in truo American
Style.
Good Comfortable rooms with clean beds
and last, but not least, a No. 1 stock of
Liquors !nd Cigars always on band, trains,
stop for sapper and breakfast. Free
Coach to and from the Oars and Steam
boats. H. FOX, Proprietor.
SIMMONDS CELEBRATED
ABOB ..W Hi'8 KEY
?lie purest aud best fer all Mediial Uid niily Purpose.
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Lrtboratorvand oflice, 4 State Street., Hostoi, Sep. 9, 1873.
George Simtnotid. Eso Sir: The miii.vI.- marked " Klnh V.'KiLv ....t-.
from you has been analyzed, with the follow
strength and free fi'.: madded lavoriug oils, ae-ds, metals, or other dcleteraos eub'c
stances. Tlie whisky ispure. of superior quality, arid tKitauie for Diet'ic and Mediciu--al
purposes. Dana Hayes, Stale Assajer for Musa.:-iiusetts. '
- . St. Louis, (Mo,,i September 26, 1B70. '
G. Simuionds, Esq.: I have been using your Nabob Whisk; for some time, and
have no lt..-sUtio!i in saying it, is, without exeeptiwn the purest article I have used,
either medicinally or for family purposes. To many ol my patients who have been
suffering from iixMgcM inn and nervous affections, I have prescribed Nabob Whisk
tor their use, and I take pleasure in saying to ycu the e.ftct has been mo6t satitfaeto
ry. l'iease scud me by cxpi ess six eases. Yours, very truly, -
- H. C. Louderbach, M. D. '
100,000 ea-.3 of Nabob Whisky sold on the P.ieiiic. Coast in the year 1879. "
Sold by George MarLiu, druggist, Yuma City Arizona. lOtf
u9 Wallace. & Do
WHOLESALE AND
UK AND. GRAIN-
Groceries, Provisions.' '
CANNED GOODS
TOBACCO CIGARS and LIQUORS,
Dry Goods, Notions,
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
-WE ALSO h.
FRESH EGGS, TINWARE,
S AiLIOI.OlN
have leased this popular resort, and shall ancteavor to contributa
' to the comfort and pleasure of my patrons. .
CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS
A Splendid Billiard Table.
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AL.SO Jk.
FEED and LSVERY ITABLE.
Fain Street, near Steamboat Landing and R R Depot.
31-tr. XjiESO E'-O-SiaFtESJFj.. Proprietor." '
THE CORNER
And you will fitd as fine brands of
m BRMDIi,
WIW, 1
as can be had In Yumt. This is the only Saloon in town tbt kep$
beer on draught as well a? Milwakee bottled, beor. , ; T . ,
i ., CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS-
Call aed soft rne, . Wm. 'Haiits, Propitk tt. ' 4i-tf
rALLACE &. Co.
-'" ftule agents for Yuma Caf
Grande andvicisity Dealers csn be supplied
it liie same ri e ui.e cm th j salnu terms as
Kt tlie whi.deaale liense in Ean Francisco,
io.d by the e;:i!!i:i aud bnttle. It has been
sold in a!) rh L'i-!f re Ktn.rB and has given
jnivcrsal satisfaction.' It is highly recorn
Bif'.ided by the 'faculty In all cases of Ncr-itou-ue'-s.
Weakness, Detiiiity, Dyspepsia,
i!iiiyi-stii!!i, c,' It Is now nilrnduced to the
. vnblic of the Pacific Slope, indorsed by the
:ol!oviii'g cvrtpratis of ihe eminent Dr. S.
Oanu Hayes, Sinte Asvr of Massachusetts,
"rui !ir. II. C. LuurtevtBch, of St. Louis. Mo.
noUi retit!nifn prominent in there profest.
mii and Lirh is a guunintre to all buverstf
its purity r.rc! qunlity. i can show thousaurla
cf letter fronr persons from all parts of the
Union snrt Cumida, to t. stfy to its merits and
tin- bciirfit it has afforfefl an n familv remra?
art! tnnir. Sold liy sli druggists aifd gio. e
rit'S, in bulk er by the case or bottle. Cub
try orders promptly attended to." ...
id with my Signature ever the Cork. G Sim-
ing r esults : ' It is of si-lei-H-d alral.nl
RETAIL DEALERS IN "
EP ON HAND-
DRUGS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
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