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--- . . 1 , ---ugasijoa )rseg5-aCTaga ."Independent in All Things." "OL. XXII. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY -ff. W. DORKINGTOX, I?hoj. SUBSCRIPTION; Six Months, . - - - - $1 50 One Year, - - - 3 00 ADVERTISING RATtSmade known on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. Tiiir nmrn is kept on file at E. C. IHIS rArtn Dak-'s Advertising Agency, tf4 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIBECIORV., TERRITORIAL OFHCIRS. GoVERHOR...; SECEETAET AUDITOR Attorxet General... SrRVETOR General.. .... N. O. MURPHY N A. MORFORD THOMAS HUGHES ...WILLIAM HERRING . ROYAL A. JOHNSON Wit. CHRISTY Treascrer Svft. of Public Instruction G. W. CHEYIEY Delegate to Congress . M. A. smuh ctt. Territorul PRiseN. ..MURRAY McINERNAY TUCSON LAND OFFICE. Register HEKBERT BROWN RECEIVER C. R. DRAKE CCCNT7 OFFICERS. DISTRICT JUDGE H. C.GOODING Clerk of District Court -C. II. BRINLEY JOHN GANDOLFO, Cha'rman, R.M. SurERViSOR ) STRAUSS and B. A. HARASZTHY Clerk or Board of Supervisors... J. L. REDONDO Probate Judge & Supt. Schools, F.L. EWING Sheriff, Tax Col'r and Assessor. .M. GREENLEAF Under-Sueriff ED MAYES District-Attcrnet CALVERT W'LSON Treascrer ALTIIEE MODKSTI recorder JAMES L. POWELL Survetor J. B. MaRTIN Coustt Phtsiciam P- G COTTER PRECINCT OFFICERS GEO. A. DUKE and, IRA MABBETT Juitiees of" the Peace T ) E. SANUUINETTI, Trustee of Yuma School Dis.- VF. FREDLEY and ) G. M THLKIjOW ) F. B. WIGHTMAN, United States Custom House ) Deputy. Collector city officers, Mayor A. FRANK CUAS. BAKER, S. S. GILLESPIE Couneilmen W. T. GONDER and FRED j FREDLEY. Assessor..... Treasurer... Marshal J. M. MOLINA JCHN GANDOLFO A. TYNER JIULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 A. m. to 7 p. m., daily. Sundays from 12:40 to 1:40 p. M. and 5 30 to 0:30 P. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:00 P. M. West-bound mail closes at, . . . 6:00 A. M. Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting "Saturdays, when it closes at 3 P. M. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail from Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Fridays t 7 a. M., and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays. F. L. EWING, P. M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit ing brethercn in good standing are invited te attend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. F, B, Wightman, R. G. A. R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Seeond and Last Monday of each month. C. C. Stowe Geo. H. Field, Adjutant. J Commander. O. R. Ltiedke, Watchmaker and Jeweler, YUMA, A. T. All work carefully Repaired and "Warranted. IILSON, CALVERT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -v UIVT-A., -A . T. JJ1IELD, GEO. H., M. D. Formerly Surgeon of U. S. Army. Special attention to surgery and chronic diseases. Yuma, : : Arizona. TIT. fl. SMITH. D. D. S., I3BKTTIST. Regular visits to Yuma every 60 davs. "P NIGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Ottice. ) Yuma. : : : Arizona. JORRINGTON, J.W. REAL ESTATE AND SEARCHER OF RECORDS. (Sentinel Office.) Yuma, : - : Arizona. JgWING, F. L.. NOTARY PUBLIC AND PROBATE JUDGE. Yuma, Arizona. JUKE, GEO., REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BROKERAGE. money loaned. Ytt-ma. : : Arizona. pURDY, SAMUEL, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Special attention to. Land Business. OFFICIAL. OF THE SOARS OF SUPESKVSSOSSg. Officb of the Board op j Supervisors, Yuma Co., A. T. Yuma, A. T., April 6th, 1893. ) Board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 10 a. m. Roll called. Present: Chairman John Gandolfo, R. M. Straus and B. A. Haraszthy and Clerk. Minutes of yesterday read and approved. Count' Treasurer's report taken up. Money counted, found cor rect and the District Attorney filed the required certificate, and the leportwas approved and ordered filed. By resolution of the Board of Supervisors the $3,158 53 hereto fore received from the Farmers & Merchants bank of Los Angeles, and heretofore deposited with the Treasurer of Yuma county, it al lotted to the General Fund and the Treasurer is hereby ordered to place said $3,158.53 in the General Fund of said count'. On motion Board proceeded to audit bills. Bill of I. Mabbett, justice fees, allowed $61 90 Bill of F. Burke, constable fees, allowed 75 90 Bill of Peter Aune, fixing court house flag pole, al lowed 5 00 Bill of G. M. Thurlow, re pairs couit house clock, allowed 4 25 Bill of Yuma Times, county printing, allowed 175 00 Bill of S. S. Gillespie board of prisoners, allowed 154 00 Bill of M. Greenleaf. over paid to County Treasurer allowed 22 75 'Bill of Joe Nugent, bailiff of trial jury, six days, al lowed 24 00 Bill of J. W. Dorrington, stationer' to Sheriff, al lowed Bill of W. T. Gonder, Court Commissioner fees allowed 1 00 5 50 Bill of S. S. Gillespie, meals to trial jury allowed 13 00 Bill of J. E. Williams, job work in District Attorney office, allowed 8 00 Bill of T. D. Shearer, jail guard, allowed 12 50 Bill of Ed Mayes, bailiff of trial jury allowed 4 00 Bill of A. Tyner Marshal fees, allowed 18 50 Bill of W. W. Woodman, carpenter work in Super visors office, allowed 17 00 Bill of F. D. Wells, justice fees, allowed 101 00 Bill of G. A. Duke, coron er's fees, allowed 10 00 Bill of T. D. Lockwood special officer of election. . 5 00 Bill of A. Modesti, court house water rent 17 50 Bill of F. L. Ewing, Probate Judge's fees, allowed 6 75 Bill of F. L. Ewing, ice to court house. 2 20 Bill of W. T. Gonder & Co., supplies 6G 16 On' motion Board took reaess ti l 2 o'clock p m. ! Two o'clock p. m. Roll called. ' Present: Chairman John Gandol j fo, R. M. Straus, B. A. Haraszthy,! Supervisors and clerk. Bill of G. M. Knight, ex penses to Los Angeles on county business $26 50 Bill of R. Yountz burying dead 16 00 Bill of L. Mejia, burying dead. ". . . . 16 00 Bill of L. Mejia, burying dead 16 00 Bill of P. F. Burke, burying I dead 16 00 j Bill of Mr?. M. Dow-v-y. care of c lu-y fi.-k 10 o J ; Bill of J. W.nl r, carp'.-:...r j work in l"st let Attorney j office 8 00 Report of Ju-he J. . - j Quinn, received, approved i and filed I Bill of J. B. Quinn, justice's fees, allowed . 6 $5 Bill of J.L. Douglass special j officer'. M 'id YUMA ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893, NUMBER S Bill of Gandolfo & Sanguin- etti, supplies to sick 348 00 Bill of I. Levy & Co., sup plies 2 90 Bill of C. V. Connor, grand Juror, 6 days 1 mile. ... 12 30 Bill of R. C. Chandler grand juror, 6 days 1 mile 12 30 Bill of J. M. Speese, grand juror, 6 days 65 miles. . . i 31 50 Bill of P. E. Farrell, trial juror, 3 diys 1 mile 6 30 Bill of Ed Clark, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of John Chiotte, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of Jacob Urdal, trial juror, 5 days 1 mil 10 30 Bill of C. W. Jagerman," trial juror 3 days 1 mile. . 6 30 Bill of W. II. Gill, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of L. A. Hicks, grand juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 80 BillofThos. Wicks, grand juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of W. B. Fain, grand juror, 6 days 1 mile 12 30 Bill of 0. F. Townsend grand juror, 6 days 1 mile 12 30 Bill of F. C. Ward, trial . juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of L. J. F. Iaeger, grand juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of 0. F. Stacy, grand juror, 6 days 1 mile 12 30 Bill of A. G. Hubbard, grand juror, 1 day 150 miles 47 00 Bill of F. Amavisca, trial juror, 5 days 1 mile 10 30 Bill of Morris Stiles, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of H. L. Deyo, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of J. H. Kinsler, trial juror 5 days 1 mile 10 30 Bill of E. B. Baher, trial juror, 5 days 45 miles. ... 23 50 Bill of Charles Neahr, trial juror 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of F. D. Amavisca, trial juror. 5 days 1 mile. ..... 10 30 Bill of F. W. Ward, trial juror 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of R. S. Hatch, trial juror, 3 days 1 mile 6 30 Bill nf Q. W. Cran, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of S. S. Gdlespie, trial juroi, 1 day 1 mile . 2 30 B.1I of P. Aune, trial iuror. 3 days 1 mile 6 30 Bill of H. Purazette, trial juror, 3 days 1 mile 6 30 Bill of D. Burke, trial jurcr, 3 days I mile G 30 Bill of Matt Flynn, trial juror. 3 days 1 mile 6 30 Bill of G. W. Norton, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of W. W. Low, trial juror, 5 days 1 mile 10 30 Bill of James Milton, trial juror 3 days 1 mile 6 30 Bill of C. V. Meeden, trial juror 1 day 1 mile 2 30 Bill of Ben Heyl, trial juror, 1 day 1 mile. 2 30 Moved by R'. M. Straus that the bill of Calvert Wilson for collec tion of money from the Farmers and Merchants bank of Los An geles, Cal., in the amount of $157. 90 be allowed in the sum of $40. Mr. Wilson having stated to the Board that the bill for 157.90 was simply so keep any legal right he IT H In a dangerous emergency, A yku's Cherry Pectoral is prompt to act mid sure to cure. A dose taken on the first symptoms of Croup or Bronchitis, checks further prog ress of these complaints. It softens the phlegm, soothes the inflamed membrane, and induces sleep. As a remedy for colds, coughs, loss of voice, la grippe, pneumonia, aud.even consumption, in its early stages, AYE lierry Pectoral excels all similar preparations. It is en dorsed by leading physicians, is agreeable to the taste, does not interfere with digestion, and needs to be taken usually in small doses. "From repeated tests in my own family, Aycr's Cherry Pectoral has proved itself a very efficient remedy for colds, coughs, and the various disorders of the throat and lungs." A. W. Bartlett, I'ittsfield, N. II. " For the last 25 years I have been taking Ayer's Cli"iry I' for.il fo u troubles, and am assured that its use l..:s laved Life I have recommended it to hundreds. I find the most effective way of taking this medi cine is in small and frequent doses." T. M. Matthews, P. II., Sherman, Ohio. "My wife suffered from a cold; nothing helped her but Ayr's Cherry Pectoral which effected a cure." K. Amero, Plympton, N. S. '8 Cfierrv Pool Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Prompt toact,suretocuro Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lr,tc U. S. Gov't Report W, - 559 gF& 0 1 1 might have to the 5 per cent al lowed by law, and that he was willing to accept whatever sum reasonable for work done, that the Board would allow. The bill for $157.90 was withdrawn and one for $40 substituted. Motion seconded and carried. Gandolfo and Straus voting Aye; Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy voting No. On motion seconded and carried the Sheriff is reauested to collect all liquor licenses that do not end on the quarter, in such amount's that will bring them to the end of a quarter, thereby dating all liquor license thereafter January 1st, April 1st. July 1st and October 1st. Calvert Wilson is granted a leave of abscence to leave the Ter - ritory, for a period of ten days, said absence to occur at any time before the 1st of July. Bill of M. Greenleaf, bailiff of trial jury, 88. On motion Board adjourned un til to-morrow at 10 a. m. John Gandolfo, Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk. Yuma, A. T., April 7, 1893. Board ef Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment at 10 o'clock a. m. Roll called. Present: Chairman John Gandolfo, B. A. Haraszthy and clerk. R. M. Straus, absent. Bill of H. H. McNeil & Co., for stationery, allowed in the sum of $20. On motion the Clerk was ordered to have the court house insured in the sum of $1,000 in the Sun Fire Insurance Company for three years. Moved and carried that the Sheriff order one electric light in front of the jail not to cost more than $3 per month. Moved and carried that C. H. Brinley, Clerk of District Court, be allowed $1.00 each for 64 jury certificates, issued in the March term of District Court, provided that if hereafter a decision of the proper court shall determine that said Clerk is not entitled to receive such compensation. from the, county, then a return thereof shall be made to the Board of Super visors of the amount herein al lowed. Bill of A. W. Morris, supplies, allowed in the sum of $86.15. On motion it is recommended that persons in various portions of the county who wish to establish road districts present their pe tions defining their boundaries and recommending proper parties for road overseers to be acted on at the next regular meeting of this Board. It is ordered that the County Treasurer transfer $3,500 from the General Fund to the Expense Fund. Bill of J. L. Redondo for stamps, allowed in the sum of $1.50. On motion Board took a until 3 p. m. recess Three o'clock bers present. Bill of J. E p. m. All mem- Williams, paint work, $2. Moved that B. A. Haraszthy be appointed a committee of one to see into the matter of constructing a vault for the Recorder's oliice. Minutes read and approved. Upon motion Board adjourned until May 15th, 1893 at 10 o'clock a. m. John Gandolfo, Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk. Produced from tho laxative and nutritious juice of California iigs, combined with the medical virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to the human sj'steni, acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, eUbctually cli'aniur the system, disnelhni' 'rrbl and headaches am! curing- habitual ! ABSOBUTEiaf PURE r-T-rrL-KfcrMar List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Postoffice afc Yuma, Ariz., April 13, 1893: Encarnasion Arcllaner, Ed Ack land, Maria Alvarez, John Boner, Guadalupe M. B.Uvafces, Lxdy Maude Barrington, John W., Baker, Romulo Bejarano, May Jenny Barker, H. H. Barror, George Caldwell, Concepcion V. de Oanos, Henry Carfcwell, Alberto Cole, John Craig 2, John Dempsey, A. G. Ellis, Berauelio Franco, H. Guild, Martin Hanson, George Hilton, Nic holas Hiekey, B. A. Hanger, Jeff Humieh, John Heunessy, Irland & Vickry, Andrew Johnson, T. A. Jones 2; D. H. Jackson, C. Kock, P. D. Lohart 2; Emma LUtl?rIeld, , Jesus Jjisariaga, Robt. Lynch, John , Loughlin, Eufemia Martinez, C. S. j Moore, Oriola Noreaa. C. H. NoWefc. i A P. Neweomb, Alejandro Ortiz. Oliver IT. Perry, Perfecto llisindes, Oswald Ruech-irt, A. C. Shmoll, Frank Squaledge, Tom Sweeney, Josemarillo Solars, Mrs. J. E. Talbol, Librado Unbe, Teresa Yaldenagro, Francisco Vurnel, Win. L. Young. F. L. Ewing, Postmaster. A Cciv fr Tr.rcj;rv Ceiita. Any remedy sold at oi:e dollar a bottle which claims to euro Rheu matism, is simply an imposition, for when all expenses are deducted it leaves not more then twenty epnts to represent the medicine. Dr. Drum mond's L'ghtning Remedy which is performing such wonderful cures that it is being prescribed by the medical faculty everywhere, is compounded at great expense from rare drugs and can not be sold for less than Five Dollars a bottle. But it always cures. Sent prepaid to' any address on receipt of price. Drummond Medicine Co., lS 50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Dr. J. C. Slack of Folsom, N. M., a physician and surgeon of long experience and high standing, who occupies the position of Division Surgeon for the Union Pacific Railway in New Mexico, and is Coroner of Colfax County and is an applicant for the position of Regis ter in the U. S. Land office at Clayton, N. M.; writes the Sentinel that if he fails in getting the office, that he shall come to Yuma with his family to reside. fSfrcii-ii and Sieallkf. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric .Bitten. If "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c. at W. T Gonder & Co.'s Drugstore. Whenever the water is shut off in the Algodone3 canal, a large number of fish, mostly carp, but now and then a Colorado river salmon, are left on the bottom of the canal, which the Indians gather up before the fish die. It is easier and quicker than to catch them in the river. Bucken's Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cats Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Kheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Chilbratns Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per bnx. for Sale by W.T. Gonder & Co. Miss Bessie Mitchell Doolittle, who left Chicago, the same day that Miss Day did Portland reach her home on Saturday last, 17-i hours a head of time, having com pleted her 10,000 miles without stepping on the ground. Miss Bessie, when here on her trip, was a great admirer of our beautiful flowers." Senor Blitz, the bottle tleaior,' is i. Titey Have ii C:B5ia. r . . J? r r-. ii. m-'iinii bin; uwinrs 01 I)'-, JJfino- moiul's Lightning Remady for Rheu matism have a Bonanza as ti-eir re niody has never being known to fail in a siiighi case. Thero is certainly room in the market for a medicine that will do what thy claim for this wonderful preparatiou, Although the price is 05 per bottle, if it does one half claims! for it (he price should be 8100. if the drugyisfc ha3 not got it, the remedy will be s-mt to any address by prepaid express on rc.tipt of prico. Dru.Timond Medicine Co., 4S-50 Maiden Lino, New York; Agents wanted. Pete Gabriel came down from the Upper Gila country, Tuesday. He says that the snowfall in the mountains has not beea as heavy as usual. Rev. Father Williams, who has had a long experience with the various Indian tribes on the Pacific coast and who has been successful in establishing Indian schools, made the Sentinel office a pleasant call on Monday. He is of the opinion that none of the Indians who are riot em ployed, should be allowed to come across the river. Father Williams is right. E. B. Wagy was in town Monday. Col. J. M. Barlow, chief of the boundary line survey commission, returned from Guaymas Monday and left for Sonoita Wednesday, to pay off the employees of the commission. The survey U com pleted 60 miles East of Yuma aud 100 miles West, and will soon reach Jacumba on the summit of the main range this side of San Dieso. La Grippe During the prevalence of the Gripue the past seasons it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon Dr. King's Ni w Discovery, not only had a speedy recoven , but escaped all of the troublesome aft r effects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a peculier power in effscting ta iid cures not only in cases of La Grippe, but in all Diseases of Throat, Chest ami Lungs. and ha3 cure cases of Asthma and Hay Fever of long standing. Try it aud be convinced. Ifc wen't disapoint. Free Trial Bottles at Gonder & Co.. Drug Store. Palace Hesfauran AND imily erv ! Tabliis are supplied with Bes t the Marheb Affords Charley Young, PROPFJIETOFt. MAIN STREET, YUMA, A. T. For Sale. Four thoroughbred, short-horn bulb, registered stock, one year old, for sale by CI eorge W . Norton, Mohnudc, Yuma Co.. Ariz. THE SOUTH GILA CANAL IN Y17MA COUSTT,, AJRIZOJXAJ Government Lands with Cheap Water Righto The contract for the construction of the dam and entire canal to Texas Hill, within sixty miles of tho City of Yuma, has boon lat and active work inaugurated It is proposed to have it completed v ithin eighteen months from this date. This enterprise opens up for settlement. 100,000 Acres of Ae Choices! Lands In the thermal belt of the Southwest where can ba grown. ORAjxG-ES, LEMONS, LIMES, FIGS, OLIVES, DATJSSxr and ;all the best- varieties cf d cidaotts fruits and grapesa furl moiitiC, rartier than i a Gatiforttia. " . The Southern Pacific Railroad imna twenty utiles thnSihiTl-e centcr-of lhe. lands covered by the eanfcl thus mnjj rfaiiU!' to -the markets of the world both East arid West." . V"-r Por furthor prticulars U2TD RWOOD $50.00 $50.00 Fifty eiSai's Reward. The South Gila Canal Company will pay the above reward of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons vrhb removed and took away the lumber from a drop constructed in the South Gila Ditch, near tha Frank Morso place, on or about the loth cLiy of Jaaaary, 1833. Dated Texas Hill, Jan. 27, 1893. 10 -3m. O. F. Thokxtox, President. This Celebrated English Shire Stal lion will stand at the stable of GEO.. W. NORTON, -IN THE- MOHAWK VALLEY van the season. He is Hvg years oid; 17 hands high and weighs 1S00 pounds. Terms 315. One-half in advance, balance when maro is with foal. Fruit Trees GiTspsvInes Berry Sushss Roses Flowering: Bulbs and Plants SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS Yecbtable, Flower and Fahii Catalogues on Application. TRUMBULL Ss BEEBE, 419-421 Sansome.St. San Francisco Cal- "FARMER" MILES. ii ; MOST NOTED CASTRATOR IH THE WORLD Has his methods now in book form, and for sale, fully illustrating his most approved methods of Altering Colts , Spaying Cattle and Dogs, especially Ridgling Horses, etc. Also showing his ropes and instruments, and tell ing the best after treatment or castrated -stock Very important to all stock owners and castrators. For prices and particulars of book write him at Charleston, Coles Co., IU. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. TO JOHN OBESNY: You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of one hundred dollars on the Southern Cross mine for the year lS92in assessment work in order to hold said premises under section 2324, Kevised Statutes of the United States, the money expended on said mine for the year (1802). Said Southern Cross mine is situated in the Plomoaa Mining District, Yuma county, Arizona, and of record in Boot of mines, pae , in the Record r's ottice of Yuma County, Arizona Territorj-. And if within ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice, Jlarch 4th, 1803, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of said expenditure as co-owner in said Southern Crods mine, your interest in said mine will become the property of the undersigned under Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, GEOKGE D EH ART, J. M. BROWN. Yuma, A. T., March 4th, 1803. TSie ISsistj 2ouso of Tacsou. This favorite hotel is located on Camp street about midway between Church Plaza and Stone Avenue. It is now con ducted by Mrs. II. ft. Jeffords, a lady who is well qualified for the duties which a public house of that kind would entail up on her. Being centrally located the Itus3 is necessarily convenient to all the princi pal business places in the city and to tho Court House. It is quiet and retired and hence the best in the city to pass a uifrht, or to rost during the day from the busy duties of life. The rooms arc large and well ventilated, and wo bespeak for the Kuas a large share of the public patronage.. apply M Y.ma, - -' ' Arizoria,- constipation, in'tow'n again.