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fo Stimuli f cnrincl J. W. DOSBIN&TOir, Proprietor. XDMA. - - ARIZONA. Terms of Subscription: One Year, ... -$5.00 Single copies, .... - 10 Advertisements : Lent, per inch, ... $2.50 Soiumcrcial, terms made known on application Addret3 The Arizona Sentinel, Yuma, Arizona. RAILROAD TIME TABLE Arrives. Departs Atlantic Express (bound cast) 12:01a.m. 12:10 a. m Pacific Express (bouud west) 1:15 a.m. 1:25 a.m Emigrant (bound east) 12:15 p. m, 1:15 p. m Emigrant (bound west) 1 1:2a a. m. 1 2:15 p, m POST-OFFICE HOURS. U&ili east and west: Open at 6 a. m.,Jand close at 7 p. in. Mail (or Colorado River: Opens at 5:30 p. m. and closes at C;30 a. m. of days upon which stages arrive an depart. VUMA LODGE, NO. 7, A. O. U. V., MEETS ON 1 Tuesday tvenm ot each wecK, at b-uv, i: ju Vlsltinf brethren in ijood standing cordiallv invited, B. KOSHLAND K. F. P.-SARGENT, M. W. TIIIO ninm mavbefoundon file at F. C. I nlO rflrLn PAKE'S Adtertisng Agency, 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, who is the autn erixed ajent for this paper. f Those who see an X marked on the m margin of their paper will understand that they arc in the arrears on their sub scription. SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1886. PSES02TAL. X2"Ju8tice Brodie, of Clip, was in the city this week. tiTMr. Frank Laumiester has returned from his visit to Tucson. 3Mr. D. Balz, a prominent citizen of Phenii, was in town yesterday. S3"C. S. Stowe and Mr. Henry Treichler, of Mohawk valley are in town. 3"Mr. David Lamb, of Bradford, Penn., has become interested in' the Mohawk val ley. X3"P. K. Klinfelter. of Riverside, Cala., was numbered among the visitors this week in Yuma. t3L. D. Eoudebush and A. W. Gill, of Gold Hock mining camp, were in town on Monday. They paid out S00 to the Indians or wood. X3"Mr. C. W. Crocker, of the firm of Sis aon, Crocker & Co., of San Francisco, has been in town the past week, enjoying this most healthful weather, for the benefit of bis health. tTlllr. Frank B. "Wlghtman will stop ov er in Yuma next week, to visit his many friends. Mr. W., after remaining here a few days, will go Texas where he intends going into business. XSTCoL E 12. Hewitt, of Los Angeles, Pi. D. Simpson, C. K. Lainbie, and Mr. Hop kins, all high officials of the S. P. R. It., came in on a special train Monday evenin and left on Tuesday morning for the east. 3"Mr. O. F. James, a pioneer of Mar tinez, Cala., father of Mrs. G. W. Norton, is here on a visit to his daughter. Mr. James is so well pleased with Yuma-co. that he has invested in Mohawk valley. He is a fortyniner in California. xyMr. J. A. Muir, Superintendent of the Arizona Division of the S. P. R. R., was in town on Monday, and took a trip out to the Gold Rock gold milL Mr. Muir, with his usual keen appreciation of a meritous enter priz, has invested in the Mohawk valley. JC3"IL B. Maxson, of Tombstone, came in town on Monday and left on Tuesday, by the steamer, for the Black Rock and Pacific nines up the river. He will bring down the mining machinery from those mines, part of which he has sold to the Gold Rock Compa ny, and the remainder will be shipped to San Francisco. Died. Nellie Johnson, the seven year old daughter of Capt. A D. Johnson, on Monday, February 15th, after a short ill ness. The funeral took place on Monday vening and was largely attended. Nellie was on of the brightest little girls in Yuma, ;md beloved by all who inew her, especial ly by her playmates to whom she was always tender and forebearing. God always selects the choicest gems or his diadem. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson has the sympathy of every father and mother in Yuma. Special Meeting of Mohawk Valley Canal Company. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Mohawk Valley Canal Company is call ed for to be held on the Gth day of March. A. D.f 1886, at 7:30 p. m. at the office of the Company, in the village of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, for the transacting fo business relative to the issuance of water rights. 12-3t HENRY GOLDWATER, Sec. A reformed burglar says that when they went into a town to work the stores, the first thing they did was to examine the local paper and see what merchants advertised, as these were the ones who did the business and were the most liable to have money. The prison team took a little pasear on their own hook, "Wednesday, starting in A Frank's corral and ending at the prison. Time, something over three seconds, no damage. A farmer in Apache-co. recently sold his wife to his hired man for two dollars and fifty cents. The way some farmers swindle their hired men is scandalous. A burglar recently broke into a store at Prescott, but disturbed nothing. It is sup posed that he was frightened away by see ing the goods marked so high. Th musquitoes in Yuma are so numerous and present their bill so often that they keep the people all broke. Police court business has been very lively this week, and our celestial citizens has had to pay for it. j The steamer returned from Lerdo on Mon day noon, making the trip in three days And a half. The Gold Rock Mining Company are scattering considerable money in Yuma. The bible clas3 meets every Sunday aftcr flpon at the iesidence of Mrs. Post. A JAUMT DOWN THE COLORADO On the 12th mst., "when the morning etars sang together," the staunch river steamer Gila, Capt Godfrey, the genial at the wheel, Commodore Polhamus, supervis ing, shot through the bridge draw, in her wake barge Fo. 2, Capt. Joaquin Mendez handling the spokes, the objective point, Lerdo Colony in Sonora. As complimentary guests of the Gila, were Mr. G. Ginocchio and wife, of San Francisco; Mrs. Capt. Ingalls and child, wife of the Superintendent of Territorial Prison, Yuma, Mrs. Fred Frcdly and son, Yuma; Mrs. H. S. Muzzy and Miss C. Wil liams, wife and daughter of Chief Engineer Muzzy, of the C. S. N. Co., Yuma; and the writer. Staterooms were occupied on the down trip by Gen. Guillermo Audrada, President of the Compauia Mexicana, Agri- cola, Industrial y Colouizadora de Terrenos del Colorado, (of which more will be said hearafter.); Commodore G. E. Bateman, Superintendent of Colony; Col. George Eg gleton, capitalist, San Francisco; Major Fred Reed, civil ongineer, San Francisco; Judge Henry Cox, representing the Blythe estate, Colton, Cala.; Col. N. C. Powers, San Bernardino; and Judge Ira Mabbett Yuma. One hundred and ten colonists oc cupied the steerage. A more perfect day never fell to the lot of mortal man; a gentle breeze just tinged with coolness, dry and invigorating, fanned the cheek and seut the blood throbbing and tin gling with healthfulness thro' the veins; on either side the brown-grey banks, now fring ed with the light green of young willows blending gradually with the darker color of the lines of cotton woods, marking the site of some inland lagoon; again, long stretches of yellow sand bars upon which the erect ar row weed and graceful willow have taken root, and like Jonah's gourd shot up in a night. In the distance, lending enchant ment to the view, the dark, sombre lines of mountain chains, blue and hazy their rug ged outlines softened and framing the pic ture of quiet restfullness. Swinging grace fully toward the California shore, cleaving the yellow waters and tossing the foam from her paddle wheel, the Gila glides gracefully by the charming villa of that noted frontier character and gentleman, Don J. L. F. Iaeg er. A few miles yet Sonoraward and we sight the Hall Hanlon estate, the low com modious residence, like a' pearl in an emer ald setting, the line of white gleams among the groves of lofty cottonwoods. At S a. m.' the well known land mark, Pilot Knob, is passed, thro' which runs the frontier line of survey between "The Laad of the Free," and our neighbor republic, "El Tirra de Manyana." Just within Jthe Mexican boundary, on the starboard shore, was seen a section of the Yuma bridge, carried away in the rise of 'S4, upright and perfect as tho' placed there by the hand of mac With throbbing, pulsating jar steadily we continue our jour ney gulfward, until on a vyde, smooth bar, three other bridge sections and two piers were sighted stranded about a fourth of a mile inland, and from Algodones station on the S. P. R. R. not over two miles souther ly. One having no knowledge of this section of country would readily believe this to be on the line of a railroad, so regularly were the sections in place and line, standing erect perfectly intact, with telegraph poles in place and as perpendicular as the character of a good citizen before he runs for office, And now the high, yellow sand dune3 which constitute the point known as the Algodon e3, (cottonwoods), are off our starboard bow, at their base extensive groves of -lofty cot tonwoods, and on the wide bar grazing on the succulent young growth of willows and herbs, a band of fat, pied cattle creating a happy pastoral view, which with a green- gray back ground of wood, the long line of green tinted brown sand bar, in the fore ground the murmuring river lighted, and glistening in the rays of the ' morning sun, the musical splashing of the water as it lap ped the vessel's side, the rare deliciousness of this all too perfect day, vigor, vitality, restfulness in every inhalation of the rarefied air, and it needed but the undulating dots of white upon the distant shore, where the huge white crane, startled from their accus tomed quietude, with spread pinions, floated, lazily to a more quiet retreat in some distant marsh or lagoon to complete the picture. Of like nature with the channel of the Colorado is the experience, in legal compli cations of the average sojourner on this "Terrestrial Ball," from your position with the rank and file on-deck it would appear there would be but a slight deviation from a direct line to your objective point, but seen from the pilot house and thro' the eyes of experience the channel is woefully tortu ous and in one instance of many 12 miles were run, when but a mile oi a neck of sand ba intervened. Now off our port bow a red signal flag floats from the top of a slender and lofty pole, and a corps of lusty aborigi nals, of the Yuma persuasion, roost on lines of neatly stacked cordwood, attesting a "wooding up" point. While the Indian boat crew were packing on board, a rush of colonists toward the shore, the thud of clubs beating the bank and the cause thereof was soon evinced, when Capt. Godfrey brought on board three huge, wriggling rattlesnakes which were soon beheaded, skinned, stuffed and presented to Mrs. Ginocchio as a sov- enir. 'At 9 p. m, all fast to bank, whist the order of the day in cabin; for the gentlemen so inclined yarns, and the soothing influence .of that ; "Sublime tobacco! which from cast to west. Cheers the tars labor and the turkman's ust." Like human heart beats, the throb, throb of the swiftly moving boat first gives know ledge to some of our continued journey, and those who fortunately were on deck witnes- ed a very pretty and skillful piece of work by Capt. Godfrey shooting in a rapid current through a channel like the letter Z, at the lower end, where the waters boiled and foamed in its mad rush against the shore, swinging the steamer as though on a pivot in less than half her length, and successfully plunging again, at right angle3, into the wider channel, the green leaves of the cot tonwoods on the banks sweeping the after deck as wo shot into mid stream. At points the channel ran go close to shore, that the sterner guards plowed thro' and we carried off a portion of Sonora, an outrage of suffic ient magnitude, if occurring iu enlightened Europe, to juitify grave diplomatic investi gations, galore! With Commodore Polhamus at the wheel a shallow bar near the Sonora shore impeded our progress when a lesson in river naviga- tion was afforded the novices, when the Gila's stern was thrown upon a bar, her no3e pointed down stream so that a strong cur rent was deflected on to a certain point, and but a few minutes sufficed to cut through a channel over which we passed readily. High mesa bluffs now appeared and soon the buildings of the town of Lerdo hove in sight; rapidly we uearcd our destination on the high banks of which Mexican Caballeros mounted and in their picturesque garb eng livened the scene. In less than two hours freight and passengers were landed, when Commodore Bateman's trim yacht, Doubt ful, with white sails filled, snent like a swan 'round the bend and with her crew and officers of Indian sailors swung graceful ly along side, and willing hands hastily transferred her treasures of luscious clams and oysters, and appetising blue fish to the custody of our Steward, and when next "That all-softening, overpowering knell, The tocsin of the soul the dinner bell," called us together, a vote of thank was ten- dored the jovial Commodore Bateman for this tangible evidence of good will, the cab in tables were decorated with garlands of wild flowers gathered by the ladies from the mesa adjacent to Commodore B.'s Lerdo home. Homeward bound wood was taken on, and nead Chief Hockorow, of the Cocopah Nation, his dark face beaming with pleas ure, saluted our commander with "How! Polhamus, long time me no see, no catch um boat comida heap long," which states manlike and diplomatic salute was duly recognized with a bounteous repast at the galley mess, and the distended abdominal recess of the Chief tian gave ample evidence of his labor of love. It is a known fact, beyond dispute, that Commodore Polhamus has more influence for good, with all of the river Indian tribes, than any other living man, all owing to the perfect confidence placel in his word, the outgrowth of a system strictly fair and hon orable in dealing with these people since the ear '56. Without other incident of note, save the startling of immense flocks of crane, pelican, duck 'end other aquatic birds, and the pass ing of a lone trapper, one of those characters peculiar to the frontier, who with contempt for civilized ways with gun trap and dog, "Hath fixed his face In miny a solitary place Against the vind and open sky!" Viewing chia terra incognita from a travel er's standpoint, and the evidence of the vir gin game country at the Colorado s mouth, waterfowls, fish, seawater bivalves in pro digal quantity, with deer on the main land, and then to tourists weary and satiated with a continued round of monotonous same ness, this is a rejuvenating and happy change. When it is known I look for this to be, a favorite route of the popular excursion trips. Tending much to the enjoyment of tho voyage would be the novelty of the Yu ma Indian crew, all stalwart specimens of physical manhood, from the magnificent superbly modeled "Yuma Charley," wheels man and pilot, barefooted, blue trousered, the thin trauzfi shirt showinz the plav of brawny muscles and broad shoulders, adown which Ins straight, black, glossy hair hangs near to his waist, guiltless of hat. his mas sive face, keen eyes, looking in all like some demi-god in bronze, to the bowsman whoso monotonous chant at low water of " 'Af-f-f three-e-e, fo-o-o f-e-et," rings in musical notes to the listening pilot above, all go to make up a-scene rare, delightful, soothing. A round-robbin vote of thanks was pres entcd the genial gentlemen comprising the officers of the Colorado Steam Navigation Company for the exceeding courtesy extend ed, and Commodore Polhamus, Capt, Joe Godfrey, Purser Taylor, and Chief Engineer Muzzy will always occupy a favored nook in the hearts of the guests of the Gila on this her maiden excursion down the Colora do of the West. Taylor D. MacLeod. Notice, Office of the Superintendent of Public Schools of Yuina-co. Yuma, A. T., Feb. 13, 1SS6. The regular meeting of the County Board of Examiners, for Yuma county, will be held at the school house on Monday, the 1st day of March, 1SSG, at 10 o'clock a. m ISAAC LEVY, Probate Judge and ex-officio Superinten dent of Public Schools. Ter J. J. Stein, Deputy Supt. Not Symptoms, but the Disease It wonld seem to be a truth appreciable by all, and especially by professors of the healing art, that to remove the disease, not to alleviate its symptoms, should be the chief aim of medication. Yet in how many instances do we see this truth admitted in theory, ignored in practice. The reason that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is success- full in so many cases, with which remedies previously tried were inadequate to cope, is attributable to the fact that it is a medecine which reaches and removes the causes of various' maladies to which it is adapted. Indigestion, fever and ague, liver complaint gout, rehumatisin disorder of the bowels, urinary affections and other maladies are not palliated merely, but rooted out only by it. It goes to the fountain head. It is really, not nominally, a radical redemy, and it edows the system with an amount of vig or which is its best protection against dis- Assessment Fiotice. l fOHAWK VALLEY CANAL COM- XtJ. 1'AJN Y. Location of principal place of business, Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona. Location oi canal, i uma County,. Arizona. JvOrluJ'j is hereby given that at a meet g of the Board of Directors held on the 13th dav of February, A. D. 1S8G, an assess ment (No. 5) of Thirty-four and nine-tenths cents ($0.3-19) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately, in United States gold coin or in stock of the Company at its par value of $1 per share, to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, Yuma. Yuma County, Arizo na. Any stock upon which thi3 assessment shall remain unpaid on the 20tlf day of March, A. D. 18SG, will be delinquent, and advertised forsaleat public auction; and un less pavment is made before, will be sold on Monday the 12th day of April, A. D., 1SS6, to pay the delinquent assessment, together 'with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. HENRY GOLD WATER, 15-12-4t Secretary. Office, Yuma, Yumi Cpiyity, A. T. Babbett metal for saje nf h QfjjCQ. FOR FURNISHING SUNDRY SUPPLIES TO THE TERRITORIAL PRISON FO.i THE. FISCAL YEAR, COMMENCING JULY 1, 1SSC.AND END ING JUNE 30, 18S7. OFF.CS OF THE BOARD OF TERRITORIAL) PMSON COMMISSIONERS, r Vunia, A. T., .'.anuary 27, 1SS3. ) peMnS arts solicited for furnishing the follotvins 5 named supplies to the T erritorial Piison, Yuma, Arizona territory, m autu ! uuu m-t ug re quired, (more or less) for tho nseal year commencing Julv 1. lSJt5. and endme Juik, 3,"17. All supplies to be delivered Jt tho Prison at yich time and in such quantities as maj-'be required, by the Superintendent, pave ? aeli exceptions as are Herein fctated tor car loau mi.-. CAR LOAD LOTS, 40 tons of flour, "Bakers H itia," car load lots to be delivered at uma depot. Lime, 3 car loads of "Santa Cruz." Cement. "Portland," 2 usr loads. Coal. Blacksmiths, 1 car load. Iron. American Bir, 1 r load. . Straw. 1 car load. IN SEPARATE BIDS. 40,003 lbs. fresh beef and'20,000 lbs.-fresh'inutton SOO cords of wood. PROVISIONS. 30,000 lbs bacon medium, I XI lbs pepper, black in 15,000 lbs beans, bayo and white, one-half each. wits :?rain, & ,000 lbs potatoss, best quality. MX) lbs powder Royal Baking, 1 lb cans. 2, 000 lbs of rice, Island. 3, WO lbs salt, Liverpool, fine. I,n00lb3salt, rock. 2 ',000 lbs sugar, golden C, extra. S, 000 lbs soap, bar, C. O. 40 ) lbs tea, Japan Oolong" 1,-OOU gal:, vinegar, elder. 4,000 lbs coffee, CostaRica 10 doz. cake, yeast. 6,000 lbs fruit, dried ap ples, pears, peacnes, plums and crapes. 300 lbs hops, fresh. S.000 lbs of lard, best leaf. 2,000 lbs meal, com, winte and yellow, i each. 10,000 lbs onions, best quality. FOR IIOSVITAL. 23 lbs tea, best black. 50 lbs sugar, granulated. I 20t lb3 oat meat. I 6 doz beef, Leibcg's ext. of Wfj lbs' linle, chloride - 3 doz, starch, corn. 12 doz. mule, condenscu. BEDDING, CLOTIinXG, SUNDRIES. 75 prs blankets, Clb grey 3 ,000 yd? material for ov wool. I f clothing, a3 per sam- 20 doz drawers, drilling. I pie in Sect's oilicc. 5 bales filling, Eureka S,i 00 yd sheeting, Cabct 500yds flannel, Canton I 25i doz soek, knit grey, 1,000 yds aannej, Mission i a lamona tec. griy. j 20 tloi shirts, drilling 12 doz glove3, buckskin I 1,W 0 yiU ticking, bed best 175 doz handkerchiefs, quaJity. cotton colored i 50 doz thread, cotton as. 61 doz hats, white wool 50 doz thread, linen ass'd 500 y Is lining for waist- S3 ) yds towelling, linen bands I crasn. SUNDRIES. 2 gross awls, shoemaker's 25 ib jiails, shoe stout iron, assorted. w 1U'5 nails, snoe, z.m 2( Iz r.eedlc?, sewing ass't 2J5 doz needles, 'machine Singer, assorted. 20 doz needles, machine, Wheeler & Wilson, as'd. SOMoz needles, machine. Domestic, tailor's ass'd. 25 doz nceilles, drilled eye "between." 5 doz oil, sewing michine 100 lbs paper, minila, heavy, for patterns. 2doz-papers pins, ass'ted. 1 doz rasps, shoe, J-round 2 do. rasns, wood. 1 doz shuttles, sewing machines, assorted. 1 doz spring."', sewing ma chines, assorted. 5 grs strings, shoe, round calf, 4-4. 50 lbs tacks, shoe, ass'ted. 2 doz thimbles, tailor's. 2 gross buckles, drawers, 2 arross buckles, pants. 4 gross buttons, pants, as sorted sizes. 4 gross buttons, under wear, assort ea sizes. 10 lbs chalk, tailors colon! 20 lb dubbing, waterproof 10 lbs gum arabic coimn'l l doz glasses, plain ass tu for sowing machines. 5 gals ink, shoemaker's. doz leather, sneepsKin colored. 4 rolls leather, sole. 1,000 ft, h-ather, upper for brogans. 200 lbs nails, shoe: brass nat. imp d. screw. aS3 tu 20") lbs nails, shoe, chau'l 50 lb3 nails shoe, copper 100 lbs nails, shoe, Field Sons. 50 lb nails, shoe Hungar'n Sons. CONTENGENT. 1 ton barley, whole. 2 tons barley, ground 2 doz barrows, iron wheel 1 dz belts, canvas cartridg 25 lbs blueing, 10,000 ft. lumber, surface. red wood. C gross matches. 1 doz mucilage, quart hot i,vuu 103 nans; assorted 6 ) gals oil, boiled. doz boards, wash. 2 doz books, reciept 030 gal oil, coal. Starlight 2 doz books, reciept lor i0 gals oil, lard. prisoners. 1 bbl. oil, machine oagine 50 lbs borax. -w gais on, vaivoiine. 2 doz ollas, large. 1 00 lb3 packing, rubber, d doz pads blotting. 13 doz bowls, wash, gal vanized iron. 4 doz brooms, corn. ' brooms, wooden sta ble. 1 brusheg, lather. 1 brushes, paint ass'd 1O0 lbs paint, in oil, ass'd, l uui pamt, mineral. 1 tlozmns. bread. 5-ral 2 mis paper, business note 2 " brushes, scruuuuig 2 " brushes, whitewash 3 " buckets, granite cell 20 " buckets, galvanized iron, 5 gallons each. 1,000 cartridges Colts 45-c. 2,000 cartricges, Lowell Battery, 43-cal., 77 grs. 2,500 cartridges, rifle, 45 calibre, CO grains. 500 cartridges, wire, shot gun Xo. 10. 10 lbs chalk, white 12 dr chimneys, lamp ass. 12 doz cups, tin pints. 5i)00 carbons, Sparry elec tric light. 2 commutators, Sperry 0 light dynamo. l.WJ envelope, assorted. b gipss paper, emery. 5 gross pajwr, sand. 2 raw paper, letterhead. 5 rms paper, legal can. 4 dol peiictls, lsud assor'd 2 pen holders. 3 boics pens, assorted. 23 doz pins, csothes. 5,t)uD ft flooring, pine. 1,500 ft pine scantling. 2,5CO ft pine, surlaced wh ite sugar. 12 do-z plates, tin. 100 His powder, rifle, Du pot it. 3,M primers, Winchester riiJ. 100 lbs putty. 1 cioz razors, Westcnholm best. 5 doz files, bastard asor'd 3 doz flies, saw assorted. 100 lbs o Gasket rubber. 2 doz globes, lantern. 100 lbs of glue, carpenters 12 dz grease, axle, II. & L. 2 doz globes, Sperry elec tric Tight. 200 lbs hair, plastering. 2.". doz handles, hammer hickory, 50 dz handles, pick hick'y 25 dz handles, sledge hick. 15 tons hay, best wheat and barley. 5 tons of hay, alfalfa. 2 doz hinges, door. 2 doz hinges, strap. 8 tons iron, Norway ass'd. h doz ink, Arnolds, quarts i " ink, red. i " ink stands. 1 " ladles, iron. 250 lbs lead, bar. 500 lbs lead, white, 20Q lbs leather, belting. 5o lbs leather, lace. 3 doz locks, cell, i " locks, door. J " locks, drawer. J " locks, pad. i " lye, condensed. 2f i lbs rivets, assorted 1, 000 lbs rivets, boiler, as sorteu. 1 o lbs rivets, copper, ass. JUO His rope, manna. 1 doz rules, carpenters, 3,000 shingles, red wood. li uoz ijnoveis, long nan died, "Amps." .HO lbs soap, s-lnving. i 0 11)3 soap, white castile, best, liio lbs solder. 21 K) lbs spikes. 12 doz spoons, iron table. 1 1 on steel, pick. 50C lbs steel, tool. 20 ibi starch, silver gloss. l.OCO staples for novelty p iper fastner, assorted. 1 a oz strops, razor. 5 g ross screws, assorted 20 lbs tacks, assorted. CViO lbs tobacco, smoking and chewing. SO gals turpentine. 1 doz tub3, wash galvaniz ed iron, large. 50 gals varnish, furniture. S gross wick, limp, asoor. 2 doz wicking, balls. 1 " wrenches, monkey. 5 sacks waste, cotton. hospital Supplies. Tincture aconite, U.S.P .. 2 Ids , lib bottles. ' Arnica, 2 lbs. 1 lb botlle. ' BellHdoiiii, 3 Hi s, lib (jollies, " Capsicum, 2 lbs. lib tntt:es. " Cslumbo, 4 lbs, lib bottle3. " Diintalis, 2 lbs, llti (to. ties. " Guu ian, o Uh, lib bottles! " Guaiac, nmmnni uted, U.S. l, 2 lbs, lib bottles. " Hvoscyuiniis1 2 lbs, l!b bottles. " Iodide, 7 lbs. Ill) Ixittl. s. " Iron, muriate, U .S l 12 lbs, lib hot " Myrrh, 8 ids, 1 Hi bottles. " Nus vomica, 0 lb., 1 lb bottles. " Opium, 7 lb. 1 ll bottles. " " catiiiihora'ti-d, 10 lb; 1 Ib bot " Squills, 2 lts, 1 ll bix:les. ' Tolu. 2 llis, l ib bottles. Vine, ipecac, 2 lbs, 5 pt. buttles. . Alum, pow'd, purillei.;! Prs, 1 lb-bottles. Ammonia, ui-etalu liquor. 5 Iu, 1 lb bottles, bromide, 2 lbs, 1 lb bottles. " Carbonate, 2 hs, 1 lb bottles " liquor coneetitra lb.-, lib bot Atrophia, sulphate, -z. fi'iz 'ionics. B ilsmu copaiba, 2 Ids, 1 J.i I lle- Curbolie lci,1, ( rvsi.ils), .r 1 1 't. b'-ttl-". Muriatic acid, cle-ui. nuru, 51 1 Jh bottles.. Nitric sent, " "3 l" " tilpliiirie acid, unimat'e 3 it's,. 1 lb bitllc- Uor-dc acid, p'.iw'd, 1 Ib. 1 M ioUUa. . Saliehe ncid. 3 lb 4 oz br.tttts. Tannic ttoid, 2 lbs, 8 oz bolt Ion, Tartaric acid, 3 lbs. 1 lb holilos. lloli'nians anodyne, tnie, 4- lbs, 1 lb (Ktili. solution of arsenic. Fowler"-, 1 lh, 1 u bur. Fluid ext. Bitchn, U S P., 3 1 lb b. tties. (Jascnra Se.jrr.uil, - lo. 1 II. t.ntllei. " Cubebs, U.S It)-, I lb b.,t.- " Cherry bark, " " Dandelion root, " Krtrot, " ipeeae, ' ' Logwood, " Quassia, " " Sarsanarilla " 3 Liquor Plttmbl Sn'iaeetatis. 1 Liniment so.tp. 10 nts. , o nt bottles. Liniment camphor. 10 nts . 5 it- bo1 ties. Mustard, ground, pnre 120 lbs , 5 ib cans. Hoebelle salts, S lbs. bulk. Colocyntli. pow'd ext., 3 lbs, 1 lb bottles. iiilap, abstract 2 lbs. I lb bottles. Lead acetate, purified, irramilatsd. 2 lbs. I lb bottles. Magnesia, citrale. ''ranulatecl, I lb, I lb bots. Masfnesia, carbonate, 2 lb-, 2 oz blocks. . Magnesia, sulphate, 30 lbs. bulk. Cream tartar,4 lbs. bulk. futassa, acetate, 2 lbs, I lb hollies. bi-carbonato 2 lbs. 1 lb bottles. ,r bromi:le, S lb, 1 lb bottlos. chlorate, white crystals. S lbs, 1 lb bottles. citrate, 2 lbs, 1 Ib ImtHes. " iodide, 10 lbs, 1 lb Imttlus. " nitrate, 3 lbs, Lib bottles. ,Pepin. sacoharated, U.S.V.. 2 lbs 1 lb bottles." rrtwder. chalk aro uatie, u.S.l., 3 ( 1 lb Uo Powder, dovers, U.S. P., lib, 1 lb bottles Powder, ialaii oonia, 2 lbs. 1 Ib bottles. Powder, licorice, comp., U.S.P.,2 lbs.llbbot Ponder, rlinbanr. comp.. a ids, l id uotties. Spirits, ammonia, aromnt. 'A lbs, 1 lb bottles. Spirits, nitre, sweet, 'i lbs, 1 lb bottles. Syrup, ioJide iron, T.S.P , 5 (its.. 5 Dt. bots. Syrup, squills, 5 nts 5 pt. bottles. Chloroform, Squibb?, slass stoppered, 3 lb3. 1 lb bottlep, Alcohol, absolute, 3 (jails. Brandy, Heiine8-.j's, 5 galls. Turpentine, Venice, true, 2 sails. Oil. castor, 6 ir.'lls. Oil, cot iiver, ftne-t, 0 ualli. Oil, olive, line melage, 2 galls. Olj ferine, 3 aillls. Gamboire. 1 lb, J lb bottles, Corrosive snblpnato, 1 lb, lb bottles. Jpfca'. powdered, I lb,K 'b bottles. j Iodoform, 8 oz. z bottlos. Morphine, sulphate, 1 oz. oz bottles. Quinine, 40 oz, 5 oz cans. Santonin, I oz, J rtz bottles. Gum arable, 1 lb, bulk. Vdbirmc, 10 lbs, 5 lb cans. Cocoa butter, pins, 3 lbs. 1 lb jars. Blue iuassvy S.P., 2 lbc. 1 U jars. Ointment, mercurial, U S.l. 1 lb, 1 lb jars. Ointment, mercurial, yellow oxide, lib, S oz jars. Oiutment, tar. 1 lh, I lb jars. Ointment, z'nc oxide, benzoated, U S.P., 3 lbs libs jars. Ox Gail, Inspissated, 1 lb, 4 oz jars. Copper, sulpUate, 2 lbs, bulk. Bismuth, subnltrate, 2 lbs. 1 Ib bottles. Boro-glvceride, 2 lbs, 1 lb bottles. Calomel. 2 lbs, I lb bottles. Camphor, gum, 5 lbs, 1 lb bottles. . , Kino, powderod, 1 lb, I lb bottles. Chlorai hydrate, 1 lb, oz bottles. Sodium, bicarbonate, ciiem.purev3, lbs I lh bottles. Sodium, sulphntn. cliem- pure, 2los lib bot. -Sodium, salicj late, 2 lb. I lb bo'.tles. 7Ak oxicl", 1 lb. 1 ib bottles. Zinc, sulphate, 2 lb. 1 lb bottles. Flax seed, irrountl. To lbs, bulk. f'aini'l- liai pencils, 2 doz. in 1 uoz bats. Bottles, 3 oz French oval. , 3 uoz. do. 4 oz do do 4 uoz. do 6 oz do do 4 doz. do S oz do do G doz. Corks for above bottler-, 10 doz. Cotion, absorbent. 4 lbs, 1 Ib pkgs. Cotton, cloth for bandiges. ds. 1 bolt. Colton, wool, 20 lbs, 1 lb rolls. Li.Uures, cat-yut, cirbolated, 3 sizes, 30 yds 10 yds o.ich.' LisratruKs, silk braided, 3 sizes, 30 yds, 10 yds each. rttit, absorbent, 5 ibs, 1 lb rolls. Plaster, adhesive, Mead's, 12 inch wide 10. yd.. 5 yd rolls. Plaster. bell.idonu,7 inch wide.4 yds, 2 yd rls Ttitiinir, white rubber. I 4 ineb, 5 yds. ) Tubimr, white riibbr, 3-10, 5 yds. Tublnsr, white rubber, g inch, 5 yds. Bed nuns, white porcelain, 2. Urinals, mute, 2. Urinnmetur, best with glas jars, 1. Litmus paprr, blue, 3 sheets. I '. do do red. 3 sheets. , Trocar, nested. 3 sizes. 1. Syringes, ihivirtsou's, 1. do male, tciass, I dozv , ' - Trusr.es, celluloid, reversible, 1 d,oz. Cuppinsr Rlasses. unlinary, 1 doz. Forceifc, artery, French lock, 1. do dental, Univeral, I. do Uuniver-al.rot, 1. do , upper and lower bi-cuspid, 1 each. do do do molar, I eiich. Knives, bistoury, e.urved sharp poiut, simile, Midi handle- spring catch, 1. Knives", history, straight, as above. 1. I'robe, medium length, silver, 1. do extra do do 1. Director, medium do do 1. Scarificator, best, 10 blades, 1. Thumb lance, 1, seizors, operating, medium size, 1. iNecdles, surgeons, half curved, I doz The supplies must be t the best quality nd subject to inspection and approval of the Superintendent of the Prison, when delUer- ca as required. I'avmeiits will be mud quarterha. provided by law. Samples of eiotIiinr. material for clothin bedding, tea, colfe., sunr, beans, bacon, to bacco, and s. up. must iiecomnnnv bids. The successful bidder iiir-I t.e prepared t( enter into contract wnb the uoiird of t orn missoners, and ciye such bond as mav fixed and approve1 b) tbeia, for the faithful exccutiin of the same. Bids for frer-h metTt suppltes, at.d wood must be separate. Uios for car load lots may bo separate. All bids mutbe in triplicate, with a copy of this advertisement attaciied. Proposals must be scaled and addressed to C. II. Brinley, bocretarv of the Board ol Ter ritorial rr.son Commissioners, luiiia, A. l and endorsed "Proposals for furnishing sup plies to tht Territorial Prison." Bids will be received at the office of the Board until 10 o'clock a. m.. Monday, the 5th dav of April. 18S0, at which time the bids will be opened, and bidders are invited- to b present. The Board reserves the riirht to reject any and all bids. Forms of proposals can be obtained from the secretary. By order of the Board. C. H. BRINLEY, Secretary Notics of Forfeiture. To J. R. Scunham and A. N. Towne: You are hereby notified that the under signed has expended (100) one hundred dollars in labor and improvements for the. year ISSo, upon the Engineer mine, situated in Silver districtj county of Yuma, lerri tory of Arizona, in order to hold said prem ises under the provisions of section 2324, revised statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the years 1884-lobo, and if within 00 days from the service ot tins notice, or within ninety days after this notice by publication you fail or refuse to contribute your propor tion of such expenditure, being Sob and cost of this advertisement as co-owner, your interest in said claim will become the prop erty of the undersigned under said section 2324. A. D. CUAWD'UKU Yuma, Jan. 1G, 16Sb PROFESSIONAL CARDS. " J. L. SHIBLEY, B. A. PHYSICIAX AND SUKGE02sT, Main street, Yuma, A. T. Chas. It. Wores. E. P. Whitney. AVORES & WHITNEY, A8SATEES, 103 CAMP STItEET, TUCSON, ARIZON'A- Gold and Silver assay $1.00 Copper assay , 1.00 Le&d asuy ,.1,00 Prices for other aav ?i van on application. Prompt attention given to saiiiivlei oy man. ASSAYING TAUGHT. m$ 8NT FH21f..M: mer. IStirL renu M.rh UKa, to any addrpss. Illustrates ami n-tg every thuitrrorLnules. lleuts', Clndreos' m. Gxxls, nu lniaiiis- wour and IiOiiM-ec:.us Sja liou e In the rji: iVIftiiSSJ "ttilxfactlou LM..-n,Vi, or m-m j Ss Spifundwt. 11. (J. V. KOL'U ft; , 2 ix&Oih Ave. & tit., ti. X. t - orates. Uouiib) iE CAPSTOL. m bji THE MINER'S FitlEXD, Corner of Maui and Second St., YUMA, - A. T. L ESSELBURNxProp. Keeps constantly on hand a choice supply of WiNES, LipOHS, AND SEGAHSA JOHN GMDOLFO (Successor to G. Ginochio & Co.) .DEALER m u . . ' - f E3 15 5 !i HAL I11IJA11 YUMA, A. T., t .fe- '.r'l fa fe b C, Y. MEEDENi PROP.," MAIN STREET, near. 3,.. P. B- R. ?P?h. Olaoice WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brandf. NEATLY 35'x3racijsl3.oca tit H.oo ft for the accomodation ol the public. EVERYTHING . . - in every respect and at POPULAR PBICES.. COTT'S 2Iain-st. next door to pest-office, Yuma, C. W. SCOTT, Prop.; A choice assortment of prandeis, wnisKies. WIAJZS, LIQUORS & CIGARS. Billiard and card tables. THE LEAD1HG PHOTOGRAPH! I) OF THE Pacifsc'Coast,. MONTGOMERY STREET, IjPPOSITE palace hotel, SAfJ FRANCISCO, CAL; PORTRAITS BY 1NSTANTA EONUS PROCESS, rsg- First Award Go 1 Medal World Fair, Xvw Orleans 1835, and Southern Ef-psUion, Louisville, Kentucky,;lSS4. vU-no4z-ly ' -' - Libreria Espanola DE ' GREGOIRE IAUZT y C0HPAH4, NUM. 6, CALLE DE POST SAN FYANCI3CO, CAL. En dictao establecimtento se ensuentra. un irran 6urtJdo de Obias Cientifr:,i, No vclas, Libros de Reliirion, Devocibnario, etc. Reciben suscriciorjes a todos Ios periodicos y novela3. Asrentes para la Uustraci!n Espano'a y Americana, Modi Ek'irnnte, El .Mentor Ilustrado (para ni nos Correo de Ultramar. 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X Richie's Golden Balsam No. 1 Cures Chancres, first end ssconii stages Sores on tho Leys end Body; Sore fears' Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-colored Blotches, Sjrpbilitic Catarrh, d.scased Scalp, .and all primary forms .of the disease inown as Sjybilis. Price, S5 OO per Bottle. X.ei Richan'i Golden Balsam No. a Cures Tertiary-, JIcrcuriaTSjphilitic Rheu matism, Pains in the Bones, Pains In the Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sor Ibroat. Syphilitic Rajh, Lumps and 6 tractcd Cords, Stiffness of the Iambs an eradicates all disease from the system whether caused by indiscretion or abuse of aercury, ljavinjr the blxd pure ;and healthy. Price S5 OO per Pottle. Lc Hichau'x Golden S-anlsh An:I doto for the euro of Goribcrhcja, Gleet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price $ 50 per Bottle. Lo Kichau' Golden Spanish In, jctlin, firsivcre cases ot Gonorrhea InfLmimato-y Gleet. Stricture s,&c. Pricw SI r per Buttle. l.e Ricuau's Golden Ointment ffr the eft" ctive healing of Sj-philitio Scr.-s and eruptions. PricoSl CO pr Box. X.e Itlchau'a Goldnu Pil's Neno and Bra i t.catmcnt; loss of physi-al pow cr, cxccsi or ovcr-worlr. ITostration, etc Prlca S3 CO por Box. T.wiic fi.d Nervine, Sent everywhere, C. O. D., securely- packed per express. - .C. F. niCHABria"S; CO., Ajrents, 127 & 429 Sansomo street. Corner C.lay, Sin Francisco. XM. CIRCULAP. MAILED FREE. THIS PAPtHSSE co found oti Newspaper Advertising Ilureau (10 Spruca ue muue lor HEALTH. "SlSEASE.