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VOL.. XI. YUMA, ARIZONA. S .TUT. A Y, MAY 20, 4882. NO. 20. asuiscceak Published every Saturday by the Seatinal Publishing Company. J.W. DORRINGTON, 31.XA.GER AND GENERAL "BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription. : Jne year 5 00 Six mouths 3 00 Single copies .12 -One incn, first insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re- mced rates. C. W. Crane, Sole Agent, 318 Pine St, Roiin 39, San Francisco. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, TERRITORIAL. Governor F. A.Trltle, Prescott. Secretary John J.G-soer, Prescott. Treasurer Tuomas J. Butle.r. Prescott. Superintendent of Putilic Instruction M H ShermJH, Prescott. Auditor E P. Clark, Prescott Supreme Court C. 6. W. French, Chief Justice, Prescott D. Forest Porter, As sociate Justice, Phoenix: W. H.Stillwell, Associate Justice, Tucson. U. S District Attorney E. B, Pomroy, Tucson. U b Marshall C. F. Dake, Prescott. Delegate to Congres-s Giauviile Oury Florence: Prison Commissioners Win. M. Buffura, Prescott; A, Frank, Ehreuher;;; David Neahr, Agua Cwliente. COCNTT. Treaur Probst? Sbeti dide. Distt ' 2tecoi Stipe: G. Millar. -Cieifc Board of o&pemamo-,. m. . Coroner J. H. Taggart. Jutice f the Peace C. H. Brinley, Ira, Mabbitt, W H. Simmons. A. D. Craw fork, Silent; M. R. MaJlorv.Ehrei.berg PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HENRY N. ALEXANDER, Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLia Jommissioner of Deeds for the States o California and Pennsylvania. Jfilce, Main street, next toSentinel office, Yuma Arizona. OeCORSE & TAG -i ART. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office hours, 9 a. h. to 12 H., and 2 to 5 p. M. Oifice, corner .of Madison Avenue and First Street YUMA, - - ARIZONA- Is. A, MULLEN. AT'TOliNEY AT LAW. Tnraa, : : : Arizona, 6. M. SNIQHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW Vnm. Aritna C. X. NORTON, NOTARY PUBLIC, Silent, - - Silver District, A. T j O. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. MlneraJt Surveyor FOK ARIZONA. Yuma Arizona A. C. BAKER. ATTORNEY AT LAW Pjbi'ix, Arizona A. D. Lem-n. J. D. MeCibe ATTORNEYS AT L W -Phoenix, Artzou i CHARLES SILENT: ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tucson, - - Arizona. B. H. HEREFOaO; ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tucson, ' ' Arizona. JOHN HAYNES. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tuon, - - Arizona - The ,.SemX?? HceJjft a f ul.'si.ppjy "V . . . . . i - . EDITORIAL NOTES. The Prescott Miner has resum ed the piitneval condition of its former rectitude, now that the Indian scare is over. It says: "Our Deoule mav pursue their us jal avocation I in peace and without fear." If their usual vo cation is :,avocation," what a set of bus -bodies Prescott must be blessed with. The Tombstone Epitaph has been reinforted wih the brains of Hon. Pat. Hamilton. He and Purdy are spoken of as a atrong detncratic team, but we want to know which is the near and which is the off antm d. It ra iv ive trouble in the future to have that d-Mieate p tint settled. Per haps, however, they only consii tute a pick train of tvvo animals, in which case the only thing to be determined is which one will carry the whisky. We had hoped that when the sentence of death was pronounc ed upon Guitau we sh-mld not hear anything more from the outfit, except in an obituary way. appear, however, that the st of tiie family are developing a 1 ve of notoriety, and are suc ceeding admirably in keeping their names Iteftne the telegraph ic news reporters. Their latest move seems to be of the nature of an endeavor to convince the public that the re t of the mily uow living are tainted with in sanity. The proper wny to n.:d out the truth of the mitier will be to examine thtt issassiu' bniu after the coming neck-tie picnic. -L -. jf OUi 'v : ilH i"H- fO.U UK V ! in- i-Ai .1 r:u lt;ciur.-5ii ip j Linn ..rU, tiiuine'd influence, was elevmed to thb head of the government. We have auotner example of the queer workings of time in the appointment of Air. Uhandlei to the head of the Navy Depart ment. The story coined from Washington that Mrs, Chandler was the Miss Hale, whose pic ture was found upou the person of tiooib, the muidererof Presi dent Lincolu. Although nothing was known as to the relations be tween Booth and ..vitas HhIh, the fludiHg of the picture formed the basis of a good, many romances. ''The same wnirugig of time wiiicti h is orougtit tuis about has also made the then young son of the martyred Liucolu Secretary of War. It now appears that, according to official etiquette, it is the duty of the Secretary ol War to escort the wife of His next in Muk to dinner on atate occa sions. He-must take the wife of the (Secretary of tne Navy. Sec retary Lincoln, in short, must es cort tne one-time aweetlieart of thii assassin of his distinguished lather. JBucn.ukitioa, New, quickVcomplute cure 4 days, urinary atfectiuns, smarting, tre qoent or dtticult urination, kidney diseases. Si, at druggists. Ariz, depot, J. J. AlACK, Sau Francis co, Cal. . Extravagant to be iuhUo, not studiU btalemeuts continue by those wuo .have the question, that every dollar of gold or ailver taken from the mines, has cost nine or ten doilata, while act aud figure readily show that the mining iiiuuslry, eveu in it crude iucipieucy,has paid a better profit for lime and money expeudeit, thau matiy other twell. esublished enterprises. It might be well to ak the source of all our currency aud the mineral wealth of. the world. ..Wheie .did the money come from which was used to pioduce the gold aud silver uow in existence, if it cost leu dol. ard to produce one? The absurdity of i such statements is readily apparent. , Story of a Monument. She was a handsome and wealthy y widow, and had but justlost her husb i. Full of griel over the loss of her ).- , one, she sought a dealer in monument, -ftiend of the dear departed. Seeing the sympathetic face of her 5. as band's friend, the tears burst afresh f-ota her eyes, as she greeted him, sobliyjc, "You have heard it, George is gone." Yes, be hud heard it. "And now," said she, "I want to get a monument, the finest and most' impos'pg monument tUat you can make. I don't care for the expense. YoU hare them costing ten thousand dollars, do you not" she ventured. Oh, yes, he could build her u. splendid monument for that. He would prepare a design and submit it to her. 'You will have it ready soon, will you Hot?" she pleaded. "This evening?" ''No, not this evcniiig," he replied, but he would hurry it up as fast as poasiole and bring it to her residence. And so it was settled, und she went away, vry grateful for the sympathy, and anxiously expectant for the design. Thai the monument man got out an old design and had it transferred to t , clean piece of paper, .mi in fifteen mi- utes was ready for the widow, but of i course it wou-du't do to show up for a week or so. The long dayB dragged ort ' their weary length finally, aud the tum ble man assumed an appropriately fun .- at eoitutenaiic.', sought out the widow, hud submitted hU work. He foun! her somewhat more reconciled to her Iocs And a little inclined to be critical, but on the whole she wad pleased With the de sign. "But," she said, ''1 have been talking over the mutter with my sister, arid sue thinks live thousand dollar ought to buy a very nice monument. Couldn't you make one like that for five thousand?" Vi." he, lyHtmnded. "but I can build .i. J - t... ' -. nre Vw i.:'X' - It?; : ASSri i wo-!d, iiea-e, und I ihcv u'!d l xiinne it ! ' U L-ri.ig i' iv j 4,Ou, no; I woo't trouble you to do so. There is uo particular hurry about it, aud I will call upou you ; it'a my turn, you know," aud she smiled graciously upon htm as she bowed him out. Well, whi t was a poor monument man o do? He could only wait, busying him self meanwhile in getting up elaborate and really beautiful desigus. One day he met the lady ou the street, dressed in the merest apology ior half mourning. He bowed obsequiously, and informed her that the design was finished, aud that he thought it could uot fail to be perfectly satisfactory. "Ou," she said, u I have been busy, dou't jou know, with one thiug and an other, that I have orgotten all about it. Let me se5, how much was that to coit?" "Five thousand dollars." "Oh, dear, I really cau't afford to pay that mucu. Now eouidu'i you," this very bewitchiugly, " make a real nice monument for five about hundred dulltro? I kuow you can; anu I wiii ojiii around and see you soou. Good-bye. Then tne mouument man went to hi otHce aud toid his grief to a three-legged lamb aud a stone ai.gel. Some time after this, the charming widow with a male friend, who.n she called "Charley," dropped in again. "Do you kuow, she said, i foel so ashamed that I ueer came arou id to louk at your pretty designs. Ch irley and I h.tve concluded that those great costly ornaments are so foolish, after one's dead, you know. We think it's wicked, don't we, Charley?" Charley allowe l that it was. "But," sue continued, "those little white boards, such as tliey put up at the sol dierk' graves, Oh.irley auU I ihmk are Very nice. Sn neat aud unpretentious. Couldn't you make one of Uiein for me ' and put George's monogram on it? His imtia.s mike such a verj ore'tv mono- gram." t ' . The monument man's cup was full, ' and he spilled over on them. He told her that Charley could get au old shiugle and tack one of George's busiuess cards ou it. The Wroag Pur, A very excited colored brother hunted up au officer palroling Uign street yes terday and said that, he had long borne the t. t r- .i man of hi? color who was then ic a L use in the next block, and I adi' - I " un'wt it to broke the law, but the I tfnift '.Rie a 3ve when I id us' crush dat i -"aror. to lust. j "ifi.-T ou fightlngt shall have to Uj yoi. ' . i," replied the ofiicer. i can't n;! It, sah, can't help it, no bow. If dt pusson makes his dis AOpearsnci: on de street while I'm aroun', de fur am w!:ie. ter fly. If I die for it. He 4 ludcrC!i me and lied about me, and JV ine in kruah him iam as you ".' Tne offlcer passed on to the end of hi beat and returned to find the crusher with kh back to the fence and a women lend ing him tret rag to tie his head up v.ilh. LetV see? ,!ou are the man who was going to crush some onef" observed the ofiice r. I spects I are," ' Did be coir.ti out?" "I specU be did." "Did the fur fly?" "Oifi i.-. . :rt id, but de trouble was it wa di refueu -All'. g fur, De onery. bcuundrel crushed." ine to get healed up And sa .r-iu-law. Pour on some iv tu, fur dis cle head be : i in." V 'utr We. -rtlth Lieuewer. Abso nervous debility and tne generative futic-druggi.-.t. Arizona MAUK, Sau JbYau- t tions. 1 depot, j. The Yuiua Ssn'tixbl wanta the next Terriluiiul Legislature to pass a biil making an appropriation for a bridge Mcru the Gna, o th.it travelers to Cas tie .. jiiic, vnuerg and those districts . i . t .i . r: :il , ; eCiiei. . j-.iei., juiuUr. public ifuj.. j an outlay that is neve oriJce atcroiw ttic Gi'a 'its - --retted, ' wumd prove j omy a. ..:.i-ni ui Yuma eou t, but to .-. ;iLu:ii prt as wil. i'.ss-.,.. Miner. KouKb on Kats. The thiug desired found at last. Ask druggists for ''Rough on Bats." It clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, bed'bugs. 15 cent boxes. Eastern sentimentality on the Chi nese question Is of the same klud as Eastern sentimentality on the Indian question. It will do very well for people wuo never had anything to do with the barbarians of either race, but It is the sheerest kind of nonsence when applied to actual surroundings as we have them in the West. If there is any good in either we have been unable to fiud it out, but we rather like the Idea ol a Chinese colony and an Indian reservation in Mas sachusetts and other Eastern States. .Rescued from Death The following -tatemaut of William J. Coughlin Somerville, Mass., is o remark able tliat we nei to ask lor it the attention of our readers. He says: "In the fall o' 1576 1 whs taki-n with a violent bleep ing of the LUKG3 lollowed oy a severe cou'zli. I oooa Oeyan to lose my appetite and tiesh. I was so weak at one time that I could tot leave my bed. In the summer uf 1877 1 was admitted to the City Hospi tal. While there the doctors said 1 Had a hole in my loft lung as trig s a hulf dol lar. I expended -ver a Hundred dollors in doctors and uiedecines. I was so fur gone at one time a reoort went around Unit I was diad. I g.ive up hope, but a friend told me of DR. WM. BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. 1 laiurhed ut my friends, thinking that my cane was incur able, but I got a bottle to satisfy them, when io my surprise and gratification, I i'i urauucaLioii, i etter. M hope, vire, and tu-day I; an I have the pat j commenced to leet better. once dead, began to revi ieei in uci ier spirits man I nave tiie pa: tnree years. ! vrite this hopin z you will publish It so tint every one afflicted with Diseased Luug willtie induced to take DR. WM. , HAiiLi o uALSAM FOR THE LUNGS, and i.e eoiivin'd that COMSUMPTION ! ua; dcj ijursau. I nave taken two iot i ties and can positively sav that it has done more trood than nil the other mediciiies I have taken slnen my sickuess. My cou gh has plniost entirely disappear- d and I hull soon be able to ir to work." Sold by druggists. The Yuma Sentikel oflers some very strong arguments why Congress should make an appropriation for the irapr.ive mentofthe Colorado river. The Star nearuiy endorses them, aai mere is reasouahle ground to fear that if the Re- i s nu i ii ..v 1 publican press continues the effort to force upon Congrei. the impression that tbis Territory is overrun by organized ontlaws, it will not peicfiyv. the nrcessity of giving us any larg" appropriations. All re'v countries need ull of the federal assistance they can get, and to obtain it they seek to show that they are capable of utilizing the help afforded tham. The Repub' c n press of this Territory, how ever, a ipears to hold opinions exactly the reverse of th's. Sttr. Symptoms are moisture, 3tinfin, itching, wot in at night; teems m if pin-worms were crawling about the rectum; the private parts are often affected. 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