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flfouirtfi ficiat apcr. SATURDAY, MATH, 1SS2. The Pinal Drill, published near the Silver King mine, Piml county, has completed its third year. It is a good paper, faithful to the interests of its section. At last a practical test is to be made of the Colorado bottom lands, Thut enterprising capit alist, Mr. Thos. Blythe, has sent down a lot of material and a num ber of hands, to start a sugar plantation, on a large scale, at or near Lerdo. The place will be in charge of Mr. M. Kin ley, an ex perienced sugar planter, and, having ample means at his com mand, we predict a brilliant suc cess. Yuma will yet be the New Orleans of the Colorado valley. Our Silver district correspond ent tells us that the miners in that region are compl lining of the irregularity of the steamers, and the inconveniences to which they are put by the non-arrival of freight. We can assure them it is no fault of the company's, but it is as eloquent an argument as could be given in favor ot ihe appropriation for the improve ment of the Cotor.tdo river. If half the money tvouli be put to economical use upon this river that was used to display our uii becile navy, at Fortress Monroe, such annoying inconveniences Would be done away with. One would naturally sjppose, from the tone of the Star, of Tuc son, and the Tombstone Epitaph, that there were issues at stake in the coming campaign involving the life and property of half the territory. So fir we have been able to see in the Star only a de Hire to see the democracy, tri umphant, simply because the Star people are democratic. The Epitaph soars to a higher and broader plane of journalism, and endeavors to make political cap ital out of a Presidential procla mation and the conduct of the Earps, to. further the election of its candidate for Sheriff of Co chise county. How any mortal man can see. the logic or consist ency in such a policy, is more than we can understand. Yet a brain that is incapable of seeing the propriety of sending the Sheriff of Pima county for pi Is oners arrested for crimes com mitted in that county, would be apt, wo think, to hold the repub lican party responsible for the unofficial act of one member of that party. An Inquiry. Editor Sentinel: I write to you for .information in regard to lerritorial "paper." All the bonds and warrants issued by this Territory sell at a premium, exceptiug Territorial prison scrip. This class of warrants is drawn on the General Fund, and draws ten per, cent, interest. And 1 want to know ' by the groat Cfi8-ar" why prison scrip is worth only 90 cents, while all other pa per, o I the same uaiure, sells at par, and often above? To a "man up a tree" it looks m just and unreasonable. By giving this your attention you will ob lige Quien Sabe. In all of the Territorial bonds, excepting the "Prison bonds, the time is specified at which they will raaiure. and become payable. As thoy run for a loug time, .and bear a good rate of interest, they command a good price. O.i the other hand, tne Prison bonds are drawn on the General Fund, are payable at no specified time, uu h'S :here is money in this Fund: then tiiey are payable on dr- maud. 1 his is the only reason 1 -we see why the Prison bonds are not considered as durable a Other Territorial pftper. There should, however, not be this dif ference in the market v.due of the bond-', for these in question bear a high sate of interest, and are considered by financiers as good negotiable paper, SILVER DISTRICT! uur weemy UBttec from our Regular Correspondent, ' wth the latest In formaton. THE WONDERFUL REMNANT. Eighteen Feet of Ore In the Kcm 11 a nt Mine. Ore In the Sil ver Glancre, Flora, and others. Editor Sentinel: Look round the habitable world, how fen Know their owi good, or, knowing' it, Diirsuw. This quotation is peculiarly ap plicable to those who are affl.cted with a plethora of sheckles, when ignorant of their own good, they place not a moiety of their win nings where they will do the most good, both to themselves and to those who are willing to exchange promising mining pros pects for legal tender collateral. The effect in this district of mas sive ledgps would be that we the Silver Districtiies would be able to more thoroughly develop that which we may have remain ing: which pre i in hie condensed meaneth: investigate, invest and the imney paid out wM le of double interest to the district, to the invest .r and to the inves tee. Investigation we can stand, and in vile. the black rock Superintendent F. J. CI irk has been ibsent from the district, oil m tour of inspection of mining property in Colorado. Mr. Clark is gaining an enviable reputation as a careful and honest expert in raining matters, ami his invest in e nt in the now well known and valuable Black Rock group of mine, is proof conclusive of his penetrating forethought this mine being about on a paying b;isis, and contract being let for hauling ore to river for reduc tion. the remnant This remarkable property, with 18 feet of solid pay ore at the 165 foot level, vertical shaft, is send ing to the surface regularly the saud carbonates, chloridized gale na ore. the "pure truck," and plenty of it. The hoisting power will consist of double engines, and owing to not having been able to ship by May steamer, will delay shipment until Fall. Tom Downey, that perpendicular white man, has returned, and is now on the ground. The Gil christ store and saloon, run in connection with the mine, is non est. the lost mine. work continues without cessa tion on this property. The cioss cut will be pushed until actual width of ledge is ascertained, and whiit addition will be made to the 72 feet in width now in sight An ore car will be put on by arrival of next steamer, and upon completion of cross? cut, con tinue sinking. The result of de velopment can not be given, as the property will be worked by the presHiit owners for what is jjnown to be in it. This is the best vent ilia ted mine in the dis trict, and has employed the uiosi skillful miners, paying at the rtte of $4 U0 per day, the highest wages in camp. THE SILVER GLANCE Contract of 5U feet cross cut from 236 foot level, lo easi, is beinir punned by Pickenback, and every indication favorable to develop' ment, opening one of the leading mines of the district. Professor Siebeck is giving the contract his personal supervision. THE MEDOKA. Continues to be developed, and improves constantlx, as d p ii is acquired. The, Off-pring is be ing diiven towards hades from, the 48 foot &h ifi, and a reirulir -.L.i.ii.h.i i. A-SAYER WETMORE. Prof. E L. We, more, of Tucson, having made a number of assuys during the past three years for the writer, he feels justified in recommending the gentleman to his brother miners as a careful and reliable assayer. His terms are peculiarly gratifying to the generally financially hard pressed miner. RIFFLES. If at any time the reader or his friends should be struck by a j rattle snake, as quickly as possi ble cover the wound with baking powder, and renew every 20 minutes. It will be found a cer-. tain remedy. The basing pow der soon becomes matted with a greenish fluid. It is the surest remedy known outside of whisky straight. j as. p. lee, Who has just completed his con tract un the Loat mine, has pur- Chafed the Hodges building, and will open a first-class club room, where the tonsils of the i'ess!cat ive miner will be duly riated with the best of tions. Jti." :" youth, and for him an u ;m age. ,qu,l il?"a- . . " ' I Hik hai .. cori- Is going up I trict against ?'!? dis agpraent, bee ir oeiving freig and it realy is nience, now i freight teams t re map; nve-la-vn off. to receive fr only the live st 34. me camp. but the needed --mining material are affected. ' ' relieve the pivs- ure somewhat the Dough?? freight will again be put on tiie road. TheE ist Silver district wagon i oid is complete andN is the bet roadwiy in the district, and per- manent withall. On the Silver iuue u.il iiie tiiiiii iMiuiLiit; OX tendiii" south and eat to thu Lost mine, arid 'north west to the Bobtxil and Bull Dog ground. B HON CO. Klaka Camp, May, 21st, 1882. Prescott is happy. She is at la:rt assured that the Governor is going to live in that town pos- sibly permanently. Our author ity is the following, from the Courier: "Hon. F. X. Trittle, Governor of this Territory, is expected to arrive here to-day from the Eiro and cow boy section of the i erri tory. He copies to stay, and will soon be joined by his family. Welcome, Governor." The permanent military force stationed in the Territory hereaf ter, is to be two regiments of infantry and one of cavalry. This is from the Secretary of War. It has not been announced what the numbers are of the regiment which will be stationed here. Democrat. The steamer Mohave did not get off on Friday morning, as was stated. She got as far as the first sand bar, where she stuck, remaining in sight of town until afternoon, much to the disgust of those pasaengers who dad gone through the tearful formality of ad'eu. By transferr ing part of her frieght to a barge she was enabled to get away on Saturday. She took additional freight as follows: Castle Dome, 34.-I11 lbs.; Picacho, 335; Nortoc's Landing, 40,111; R iods, 890; Swallow Nest Bend, 747; Ehrenberg, 6,945; total, 83,430; grand total, 143 tons. Judge Silent, formerly of the Supreme bench of this Ten ltory, passed through Yuma on Thursday eveuing, on his way into the Territory. . Mr. Jas. McFarlii.e lias takeu the posi tion of clerk at the hotel. The Re nlta of Necessity "What the an-ieuts sufferred for the want of knowledge in medical science, can only Be appreci'ted by contrasting the" vast amount of suffering cured and pain alleviated in modern times, by the use of Swayne's Ointment for skin diseas es. Its introduction was characterized by the necessary withdrawal of a sc re or more of illusive, quack no-trum, whose evil effects have left living monuments to denounce them. Thus is exemplified the proverb, Necessity is the mother of In vention. Go to Scott's and lake x chance in the I grand raffle, for thai fltw iru'l-ir. HANNA HANNA-In Los Angeles, on Monday, May 22d, I8B3, May Hanna, of Fairbury, HI., and Chas. B. Hanna, of Los Angeles. Tne knowing ones 1ave expected a move of thib kind from Charley for some i time, but lo the u linitiated his conduct was a mystery. 'They now see what was "the matter with Hanna." NEW TO-DAY. Galena-Sifter aiid Copper Ores. T HE PACIFIC w ATE I JACKET Smelters enmriicc many features that are entirely new and of i reat prac tical u ility, which are covered by letters patent. ?C i til line r n f n o rtno nnn rnmt.arA tvith j these for durability, and in capacity for uninterrupted work. MORE THAN SIXTY Of them are'now running on tle Paci- t fic (.'oat, giving results never before ! obtained a.- regards continuous running, ' economy of fuel, gr de and quality of ! i) illion produced. We are nreiuired to : d. iiioustrate by facts the claims here i : ie These Smellers arc. shippe't it. a 'jmplete slate, requiring no brick or v time w ik, except hat for the crucib.e, mus -living great expense and of time c-ist! action. Compete smelting plants made to order of any capacit , and with all the improvements int experience has suir- gti'd .is vapi'ible In tins class of chimrv. Skilled . and experienced Mne!:, rs furnished when desired to ex.ini"!-.- mine ami to superinten I cons true;; -. and running of furn;ups E-tnii .r--. riven upon aplicuiion. SEND FOR LIUCULAR. RANKIN BFAYTON & CO Pacific Iron Works', San Francisco. niv'iSU NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of William Haines, deceased. ST0TIpE ?s HEREBY given BY the JL i undersigned, Administrator of the Eatc of William Haines, deceaed, to the ci editors of and all person having claim? against the said deceased, to ex hibit, them, with the necessary Vouchers, within ten months alter the first public.i tion of this notice, to the said administra tor, at his residence, in the Village and County of Yuma, A. T. AN I ONI 0 LORETTE, Administrator of the Eat.ite of Wm. Haines, de ceased. May 2:Jn, 18S2. mv27-ft ASSAYING. Gold and silver assays 1 50 Copper I 50 Lead 1 50 Ten assavs of gold and ilver or lead or copper for ten dollars. Sampled of ores and money may be forwarded bv idmiI or express and will he promptly intended to. Shiopers will ulease label Hie differ ent samples, and state what they wish them assayed fur. Address, E. L WETMORE, Assayer. my 13 Tmcs. PTiSELL 1 10 000 Pianos fcpi 1.000 Oraans. U H Save Half. Kuy of MAni!fahiriT FromSJS la $I,0Xi(. (E SMTIQR! I B K?! This Gieat Stren gthening Reme dv, and xekve toxic, is the re- ult of over 20 wars of practical xperiencc, and slCl ltES WITH UN FAILING CERTAIN TY Nervous and VENAE . Slil 1,VSICU1 uc ui.ty, &fai lT,wsKtjK52nSi seminal Weak ness. Speimatorrhcen, E-ninMons, Inipo tency. Exhausted vitality, Premature De clin and Loss of Manhood, from what ever canse- nroriucert. It enriche- and purifies ihe Blood slrmiuthi ns the Nerves Brain, .Muscles, Digestion, Reproductive Org his and Physical and Mental Facul ti s. It slops any unnatural debilitating drain unmi th system, preventing invol untary los-es, debilitating dreams. semin al lo.-ses with Ihe urine, etc., so destrue tive, to mind anil body. It is a sure elim inator of all Kidney and Bl'Dder Com plaints. It contains no u juiious ingre dients. To lho?e suffering from the evil eff'-ct-s of youthful indiscretions or exces ses, a speeilv, uermaiient and tbni:niigh cur, is GUARANTEED. Price, 2.50 per bottle, or five bottles in case, with full. di rections and advice, $10.00. Sent secure from observation to any address .ipon re ceipt of urice, or CO. D To e had only or DR. C. D SALFIEL , 216 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cnl. Consultations strictlv coiiliil- ntial, by let ter or at odice, FREE. For thr convei'i-. ence of patients; and in order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adontrd a private addr-ss under which all packages are for warded. TRIAL BOTTLE KRRK-NOTIPE ! I will s-nd a.tnal iiottle of ihe Rkji; ve.vat u snflii-ieiit to show its mi riti free ot i h ng.-, to anyone afflich-d, an-1 -ing ny 1 tier, statiM-r his symptoms and are. Communications aru all strictly co i tid -niil. ,, p. r iillrl si nil 1 i.yy NEW t GEORGE W. PRESCOTT, Union Iron mjUVrorJsLs Office, 01 First street, cor. First and Mission streets, S. F. P. 0. Box 2128. BUILDERS OF mmmt WATER JACKET SMELTING FURNACE, For Copper and Galena Ores, of the Latest and most Approved Patterns. Vertical Engine, Horizontal Enemes. Automatic Out off Ensines. Comnonnd Con densn Engine. Shafting. Baby H-ists, VentilHting Fans, Rock Breakers, Self-Feeders, Pulleys, Stamps, Pans, Settlers, Retorts, etc., etc., etc. ON my Sent for late Catalogue, Eastern Office SS Wall street, N.V. Bouicia Agricultural V r'i?, Benicla. aker & Juncti n of Market, Piae IMPORTERS AND HARDWARE AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF Ames Engines, the Genuine J. I. Case celebiated aingle Gear Headers, Bain Wag--ous, Cli-'inpion Reapers an I Mowers Eureka Gang Plows, S..ir Moliue Plows, Gem Se-d Soweis, Gale's Chilled Plows, Triumph Grain Drills and Seeders, Tiger Horse Rakes, etc. Manufacturer's Agents for the Sale of the " Iowa Barbed Fence Wire." my 13-tf Pleise send for FIA.SIH.IfOiN .X CHOICE BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKIES AND "BEECHER" CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND. SPLENDID NEW BRUNSWICK XND B&LKti CAROM BILLIARD TABLE. The specialty o'f my place is, Iced Drinks. Cold Milwaukee Beer, Soda Water Giae Pop and Sarsaparilla. Main Street, next door to thp Post Office. jy 23tf O. Aa . SOOTT, Proprietor . $isson9 Crocker & Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS . FLOUR aND GRAIN Groceries Provisions. CANNED GOODS Butter, Cheese Lard TOBACCO CIGARS and LIQUOR S Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes. -WE ALSO & FRESH EGGS, TINWARE, TO-DAY. IRVING. M. SCOTT, H. T.SCOTT. AGENTS FOB STEAM PUMP. 13-tf PRESCOTT, SCOTT & CO. Nos. 9 to 15 "J" Street, Sacrimeuto. Hamilton, and Davis Streets, San Francisco. MANUFACTURERS OF Catalogue and Pi ice List. TT' SIAlLIOIOiN ASSORTMENT Or.. -:0: EP ON HAND- DRUGS, ETQ., ETC., ETC.