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VOL. XL
YUMA, ARIZONA. SATURDAY, MA v 27, 1882.
NO. 2-1
to Arizona ptinitt.
Published every Saturday by the
Saatiaal Publishing Compamy,
j.W. DOHRINGTON,
If A.XA.QER AKD GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Subscription :
Dne'jear - ....5 00,
8ix months... 3 00
XincTw pontes 12
Advertising
fir t ineti. first insertion f 2 50
Each subsequent insertion 1 25
Contracts by the year or quarter at re
duced rates.
F. O.Dakc, 65 Merchants' Exchange, Is
the B1e agent of the Sentinel in
San Francisco. The Sentinel can al
ways be found on tile in bis office.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
TEKRITOUIJLL.
Governor F. A.Tritle, Prescott.
Secretary J. W. VaiiArraan, Prescott.
Treasurer Tnoiaaa J. Butlur, Prescott.
Superintendent of Public Instruction M
H. Sherman, Prescott.
Auditor E P. Clark, Prescott.
Supreme Court C. G. W. French, Chief
Justice, Prescott. D. Forest Porter, As
sociate Ju-tlce, Phoenix: V. H.Stillwell.
Associate Justice, Tucson.
U.S. District Attorney E. B.. Pomroy,
Tucson.
U & Marshall C. F. Dake, Prescott.
Delegate to Congress Granville Oury
Florence.
Prison Commissioners Wm. M. Buffum
Prescott; A. Frank, Ehrenuerg; Bavid
Neahr, Agua Calientc.
COONTT.
Treasurer Geo. Martin.
Probate Judie laac Levy.
Slim iff A. Tvncr.
Under .Sheriff Walter Millar.
DiflLct Attorney H. N. Alexander.
Recorder C. 11. Briulev .
Supervisors L.eo. Furrer, Chas. Biker-
G. M.Thurlow.
Clti k Board or dupervisors-G. M. Knight.
Coroner J. H. Taggart.
Justicea of the Peace C. H. Brinlcy, Ira,
Mabbitt, W H. Simmon. A. D. Craw
" fork, Silent; M. R. MaJlorv, E.irei.herg
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
HENRY N. ALEXANDER,
Attorney at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
J inuiissiouer of Deeds for the States o
Califorui a and Pennsylvania.
Jlliee, Main street, next tuSenLnel office,
Yuma Ariz-oua.
DeCOSSE &, TAG 3ART.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS .
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 si., and 2 to
5 p. M.
Odice, corner of Madison Avenue and
First Street.
YUMA, - - ARIZONA.
L. A, MULLaN.
ATTOItNBY .T LAW.
Ynraa, : : : Arizona.
Q. VL. KHKJET.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ymni. Ariz.in-
C. X. NOiTON,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Silent, - - 8ilver District, A. T
O. i TOWNSEND,
Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor
FOR ARIZONA.
Yuma, : : : : : Arizona
A. C. BASER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Pd3ix, Arizona
A. D. Lemon. J. D. McCabe
LE10!r ft .JtcCA.'E.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Phoenix, Anzon
CHARLES SILENT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Tucson, - - Arizona.
B. H. HEREFORD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Tucson, . . Arizona.
JOHN HAYNES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Tucson, - - Arizona
SMELTING FURNACES.
Revelation m the Smelting Busl
aeH of the Country .
The Water Jacket Furn ices,for
both galena and copper ores, hultjt
by jMtswr.s. Runkin Brayton & Co.,
of the Pacific Iron Works, 6un
Francisco, have worked a revolu
tion in the smelling business of
the country.
Thj ad vintages demonstrated
in these furnaces are facility and
cheapness of transportation ami
construction, economy of fuel,
fineness of bullion produced and
capacity for continuous and unin
terrupted work. Any ore thai
can be smelted, it in claimed, can
be worked cheaper in these fur
naces than by any other process.
The mining interests of the
country are largely indebted to
this firm for working up to such
a state of perfection this import
tant branch of mining machiuery.
A large number of companies iu
Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico and
.Nevada are operating these fur
naces with moat satisfactory re
suits. The manufacturers report
orders recently received for three
forty-ton smelters, to be erected
in the Wood river country this
spring. Below will be found a
statement from the Superintend
ent of the well-known Ctstle
Dome Smelting Works, in refer
ence to toe operation of these
smelter, which would seem to be
conclusive as to their merit and
superiority.
Office op the Castlb Dome
Smelting Works, Melrose,
Cal., Feb. 13, 1882.
Gentlemen: Messrs. Ban
ktn, Bkayton & Co., "Pacific
Jron Works," San Fraucisco, Cal:
In reply to your application for
a statement of ihe working of our
furnaces, would say that we have
two of your 40 -ton galena
smelter in our works, that have
been running most of the time for
last two years. With ordinary
care I havi uo difficulty in keep
ing them in condition tor constant
service, ine Latent circulating
plates, receutly introduced iutu
v our wnter jackets, I regard as
the mutt important improvement
ever m tde in W.uer Jacket Fur
naces and worth in ire tuau an
mi tire cost ol an ordinary j tcket.
There is no question but ill u h
jicket for either g ilena or copper
ores, with this improvement w.ll
last two or three times as much
an without ii. besides lessening
the liability to injure and the con
sequent expense and loss of time
for repairs. Since the adoption
of this improvement, 1 have had
no trouble whatever with my
jtckets. The circulation of 'he
watei is so rapid that the inner
surfaces of the plates are kept
scoured and entirely free from
any incrustation, and seems to
off rd perfect protection from the
effects of mineral iz -d water, and
from the over-henting and burn
ing out so common in nil other
jackets, Your style of sectional
water jacket has many and
obvious advantages over ail other
forms. The distribution of the
blast and the angle of the tuyere
are such as are calculated to se
cure perfect combustion and tie
greatest economy in fuel.
With a long and varied exper
ience in smelting ores from a
wide range of mineral country, I
unhesitatingly give your furnaces
the preference over any I have
overseen. 'I he machinery com-
pruing the smelting plants fur
nished by your firm I regard as
admirably suited to that purpose
complete in detail and ad tpted
to all the requirments of practical
work. The improvements you
have made in this class of
machinery are recognized as of
great value to the mining inter
ests of the country, and makes
smelting, under ordinary condi
tions, the cheapest form of reduc
tion for anv ores that can be
worked by this process.
Yours, truly,
W. P. Millei
Superintendent.
BuchupntDa,
New, quick, complete cure 4 days,
urinary affections, smarting, ir j
quent or dthcult urination, kidi.;
diaease?. $1, at druggists. Ai ?.
depot, J. J. MACK, San Franc
co, Cal.
DR. ROGER'S VEGETABLE FORM
8YRUP iuiiimiUy destroys worms ;t
removes the Secretion .wbicb e-.c-betu.
Didn't Want to go to Heavoo.
Not far from littwell, on tha
Carolina side of ihe river a revi
val meeting was going on at a
country church. A party nt
young men were engtged' in a
railway survey and could not if-!
tend meeting in daytime, but
went at night. After a stormy
sermon by the preacher, wm.
gave a vivid description of he.!,
itsclimrite and inhabitants, fi !-
lowed by a red-hot exhortation
from one of the brethren, tlmy
literally stormed the fort. One
of the railroad fellows was sitting
in the back of the church, and
the preacher went up to him and
said:
1 Don't you waut to go to
heaven?"
'No," he replied.
This hurried the preacher, and
he said to the congregation:
"Here is a young man who says
he dosen't waut to go to heaven;
now, my friend, wuy dou't you
want to go?"
"Because 1 would have to die
to go there " Hariwelt Ga. Sun.
Skinny lien .
Wells' Health Renewer. Abso
lute cure fur nervous debility and
weakness of the generative func
tions. $1, at druggists. Arizona
depot, J. J. MACK, Sau Fran
cisco. Cal.
BUER'o PAIN PAACEa cures nam
in Muu and Mcds.. Fur Uoo uxtcrudlu
uud unei uuio .
Parallel of the Sexes.
There is an aUiuir.tble partition
of thu qualities between tnesexes
wnurh tue author of our being
ha distribute! to each with a
wisdom wnich challenges our
unbounded admiration:
Mau is atroiiy ; women is beau
tiful.
.Man is daring and confident;
women i;m leni and unassuming
Man is i;reat iu action; wjluuii
iu suffering.
Mau shines abroad; w.imau at
home.
Man talks to convince; woman
to persuade uud please.
Muu has a rugged heari; wo
man soft and tender one.
iVlau prevents misery: woman
relieves it.
Mau has science, woman has
taste.
Man has judgment; woman has
sensibility.
Man is a being of justice; wo
man is an angel of-mercv.
Bough, on icaiH.
The thing desired found at
last. Ask druggists for ' Rough
on Rats." It clears out rats, mice.
roaches, flies, bed 'bugs. 15 cent
boxes.
Democrat's Opinion of the
Eiirpg.
As the Earps have been arres
ted and will oe brought to this
country and put upon trial for
the murder of the noted despe
rado, Frank Stilwell, it may not
be uninteresting to our readers
to know how these so-called Re
publican outlaws are regarded by
decent, law abiding people in
Tomstone, regardless of politics.
We are permitted to make ex
tracts horn a letter written by a
strong Democrat, so its utter
ances can have no political bies.
Spew king of the arrest of the
E ris ;n Denver, he says:
it fc.-mtrmptible Sheriff Be
hn wafted tosQcure the requisi
tion fro.n the Governor ami go
aff.'r Mem. I feel that his object
wm to linve them assassinated on
ihe d. 1 he Harps never would
ihivi left here if Behan had done
histlut.v. When Morgan Earp
wan p-.H isM'nuted and his brothers
were isrji; the Sheriff lo arrest
the as : s he did not notice
their, fiie same was the case
lu M. R. Peel was murdered.
S--vr Behau or any of hh
df : have ever turned a
hn j t'i find the murderers. In
V ? ::ie -flicer have never spoken
! Peel sine j the murder of
l i- ? Hal when Stilwtll, a
-tag L was killed in ano
tbe . ; n , Behan and twenty
drnii;! ; tl! cowboys, are in the
sho -,y w k to hna somebody
w
-f :
k- -uppo.ied to have killed
rubber. When the
savv i. w they were treated
w.-... n V-..ae them for having
the . -tn' . or who could blame
I their, fo av Miging the death of
.thir t?rot!.-r they really killed
Sti Well . t. surged? But uo one
: knows tha? ' ley did it.
"i'hv i no hope for any ho
neaf .: i get jusiice here
.hite fccbuiidiel-, so long
ms lu iian is a office for he is iu
v u- them and I have no doubt
div.df s the spoils with them.
Karps are the only men
t!v.-.e utihoits are afraid of,
heiit.i their xreat anxiety to gel
heiu out of the way. Behan
knows tJ.au if thej reiurn here
and are set at liberty, he and his
gtn- will have to leave here."
This iettr shows how the
E-trps are regarded and also the
high(?) esteem in which the
Sheriff of Cochise county is held.
The writterof the above leltei
is a prominent. Democrat and a
man of undoubted probity. It
furnishes a complete refutation
of the ohaige mnde by the
Democr-t organ of this city, the
Star, that the lawlessness iu
Cochise county is charye.ible to
the Etrps who are ex-U. S offi
cials. The Stir, of cours-, does not
believe one word of the iinnsenne
it daily palms off on its read -rs
upon i hi qiresticn. That is son-
ply for political rffnet. I he pariy ,
is in need of an isue and ihey
te try intr to make one out ol
this. Citizen.
Hiw TiSBciU'e Health.
It seems stirnuo th' t anvone will sutler
Trout UK iu in v derHiiiremeiits Uroulil on
bv mi impure condition ol the tlo d,
wuen SCOVILL'S .aKSAPaRKILL
AND STlLLINGlA. or BLOOD AND,
LIVER aYRUf will restore periVrt health
to Uif phvMcul ordiiizmion. It is iutli-i d
a strens;tiieninj syrno, pleasunt to lake,
and h.i jirovun ilsi-lf to be the BET
BLOOD PURIFIER ever discovered, . t
fectually curing Scroiulu, viiuliiie
disorders, WeMknes of tlie Kidiiev,
Eo'Sipehis, Malaria; all n:rvoun disorders
and Deb.l.ty, Uilioub coinpl.iint and all
Disuses inuica mi; an niipii'-e Ciiiirlitioii
of the Blood. Liver, Kidnej's, Stctnacli,
Sktii. etc. It corrects indigestion. A
single bottle will prove to ou its tiierits
as a health renew? r. for it A.U TS LIKE A
CHARM, especially when the complaint
is of an exliau-itive natim-, havinir a
tendency to leseu the natural vigor of
the hiain and nervous bvstem.
The prosoal of Secretary Teller
to disarm the Indians of Arizona
irny not be favored by Eastern
Sentimentalists, but will meet
with the approval of every person
who ha lived in the State along
the frontier, or who is familiar
with frontier emergencies. The
secretary is a c.tizen of Colorado,
and understands the Indian ques
tion. He is a.praclical mau, and
proposes to treat it prac ically.
i he Arizona Indians are suppor
ted by the Government. They
have very little ueed of weapons
in a eouutrv where game if scarce,
or non-existent, and where iheir
food in otherwise provided.
Without arms they would be
more inclined to useful occupa
tion; would be more tractable,
less inclined to petty disturbances
and cerb.inly placed in apossition
where, lacking the implements of
murder, they would be harmless
to white 88ttIers.-rChronicle.
I Remedy suchas Diseases!
iTOTER. ITCH. SORES. PIMPLES.
VERYSIPElAS.yl fcJilNGVQRM.,
Symptoms are moisture, stinging, itchinjr, woiseai
nizht: seems us if Din-'n'orms were rrawlim' nhmii
1 the rectum; the private parts ore often affected. Asa
pleasant, economical and positive cure, Swayne's
Ointment is superior to any article in the market
Sold ly druggist, or send 50 cts. in 3-ct. Stamps. 3
Boxes, $1.2o. Address. Dr.Swaynf. A Son. Phila..Pa-
Among the medicinal means of arrest
ing dise-se, Hosletter's Stomach Bitttr?
."lands pre-eminent. It checks the. fur
iher proiess o all disordeis f the
stomach, liver and boweb, receives tlie
vital stumta, prevents and remedies
hills and fever, inci eases the activity o,
he kidneys, counteracts a tendency ti
heiimatiMii, uud is n gei.uinc sty ai.t
.tilace. to aged, infirm and nervous pe
ns. b'tir sale by all Druggists and Deulcr-gene-vlv
.
THE GR:T E iGLISH R2V1E0Y.
Ia never failing
cure for Nervoli
D liilitv, Exh t ttr-1
. (I Viliilily, Semin
al Wcikness, S'ir
niaionlKBa, L".-t
laiihood, Impo
etiey, Parallels,
ml all the teniNie
Uectt. of self ali-i-e.
vouthfiil to ¬
ller and exeeo-ea I ..i.tltire e:"s Mll'll
as lo-is. tif mem in 3-. Liintde. N'etuiiial
Emis.-ion. eva-ion t t-ocietv. tlimuess if
vision, noises in thu liead. Ihe vital lluid
missing nnohserved in the urine, and
main oilier diseases that lead to insanitj
and deatli.
Dr. Miutic. who is a regular graduated
nlivsieiiin, will agree to forfeit Five Hun
dred Dollars for a case ol thi kind 'he
Vital Restorative (under hi special ad
vie ; and treatment) will not cure, or br
anything impure or injurious found in it.
Dr. Mintie tr-ats all Private Dlf a-e. sue-.
ee.-oltiily, wiihout mcr-ury. t'oli.-ultalion
free. A thorou h examination and d
vce, including analsir. of uune, 5.
Price of Vital Restorative, S3 a bottle, or
four times the quantity. S10; sent to anv
iddress upon receipt of price, or C O D..
secure from olxervi'tiou, and in private
name, if desired, by A. E. MINTIE, M. D ,
No. II Kearny street, Sau Francisco, Cal.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE wiP be sent
t anv one applying by letter, staling
sympto ns, sev and age. Strict secrecy
in regard to buaines transactions.
Dr. Mintie'sKinxEY RkmedvNephret
icum cures all kinds of Kidney and Blad
der complaints, Gouorrhavt. Gleet. Lu
corrhrBa. For sain by all druggists; -SI
bottle, six bottle for S5.
Dr. Mintie's D.vvdh,kx Pii.i.s are the
bust and cheapest Dyspensia and Billions
cure in th market" For sule by all
druggists. . , my 13-tf
I
-FOR-
XERV0US DEBILITY,
JMffldS WEAKNESS.IMP5TEKCT
hysical I lii!ly, L.oks of sranly
Viuor, i'rciunture I.xliausiien,
.( the many evil and gb.omy cor, sequences
oj' rail f indiscretion.
Tn'is i i. ci in pK.a l ie Gkeat Eousn
MEDY Uus alnatly ut UiexeO st ui.iiu
se n-1 utiition lor itb intriutie nieii's;
i not a pHteut mtdieiiie, buta pietcrip
n of one of the most i minent Itfifr'i'!!
i.-ieiai. It i? infallible iu restoring
ii vigor, whether fiom mipruaei-cr, tit k-.-!-,
or old age. Suflerer m..y fully re
on IMp. Specific sent hy iua"il,ectue-.-.ealed.
with full tlirectioii and iuIvs.
Price $1 per pkg.. oi G pkgs. for 5.
Suflicicnt to cure moft c.-ses.
Addres WHEELER & CO.,
i05 East 14th Si., New Yo-k City.
PROBATE NOTICE,
the Probate Court, of the County of
Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the
natter of the Estate of George Angelo,
leceased.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN RT THE
M undersigned, Administrator of
e estate of George Angela, deceased
the creditors of and al! nersons having
iims against George Angelo, deceased,
exhibit hem with necessary vouchers,
thin teu months after the first publica
ii of this notice, to the said ad-
onistrator.at his residence In the Village
Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
GEO. M.THURLOW,
Imiuistrator of the Estate of George
Angelo, deceased.
Dated Yuma, A.T.. March 4th, IS83.
Pat. Nov. 11, 17JJ
jai. hoy. a,
lOrne's Electro Magnetic Belt
Received 1st Premium State Fair.
Olectro-Magnetic Bells, nu tyle S10
Dlectro-Magn. BdU, extra appliance 15
jlectro Magn. Belts, 9 improvements 2"
iuaranteed one year! Best in the world!
V1LL P031TI VELT CURE Tt'IVHOUTMEDICIXB
lhriimatiiii, Paralsi, Neuralgia,
Sidney disease, I in potency. Rupture
.iver Disease Nervousness, Di'spepsia.
'pinal Disease, Ague. Piles and olli"-
Xiscasos.
iV. J.OSNE, Propand Manufi
702 Market St. San Francises.
Send for Catalogue fiee.
jy 23 tf
GIVEIi" AWAY !
An eleg int 10(1 page
M CATALOGUE
Bcuutil'ulh ill i.-tratt'd, roiitatuiug a 1
TJ.AMJ5EW BWXMB
Of Lane.-' and Children's ostumes and
Ct -aks. F ne MaUiu tni Cambric TJndar
wer. Lace3, Gl vejHflfry, silks. Ve -Vct3
and Dress Goods, La ce Curtains and
Draperies.
TIieieknowludged Guide of the Season.
No lady who desires to know wha t to
vear an l h w to die.-s well can afford to
e without it. Ti.e. Spring Number will
ne re:lf v aliout Match 15.
"Be ure to .-end po.-tal caid (giIng
full name. toWf, eoiintv and .tate), when
' s:-miile copy will be scut to you free of
barge.
II C F KOCH & SON.
lib Ave. and 104 it 10S West 20th st.
New Yoke Cut.
& SI KSrXGBB?,
CEALEK IX
Ancient Judge und young Sultana,
Vanity Fair and pure Havana.
B.igley's famed Turkish Patrol,
Durham, tit to sooth tht soul
Of prophet, priest, saint or sinner.
Who loves a smoke just after dinner,
Sweet Caporal the soldier' joy
Insures r-pose without alloy,
Wuile'Amber Flake, or Mountain
Belle
"Will suit the purpose just as well.
With other brands that claim at
tention, Too numerous (just now) to men
tion. For further information, ao
To G. M.K., at the P.-O . oSp.tf

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