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OFFtCiAL COUNTY PAPER.
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893. crnod deal of feeling among our citizens in regard lo build ing of the hospital of the Sisters of Jriercj directly in ths midst of the most populous part of town. They propose to call a meeting and take the necessarj steps in order to place the matter before the Common Council for its notion. The property owners on Main Street should meet and decide upon the grade of the street, and then place the matter before the Commou Coun cil and have the grade of the street established by law. No less than six good brick buildings are now con templated, before thp close of the year. With the grade established, each building can be built to grade, and no .inconvenience or trouble will be had In the future, whereas, if the street is left without an established grade, each building will have a -different grade. Our business men should take this matter in hand at once, and decide it. The Tucson Citizen well says, that: 'No man in the United Statea has done .more for silver than Senator Teller, during his relentless warfare against Wall street and the gold bugs of the east, and all the silver producing States and Territories are deeply indebted to Senator Teller for the in telligent warfare he has waged in their behalf. It is understood that his arduous labors during the prolonged nionetory fight has impaired his phy sique and that the present trip is taken for tho recuperation of his health. Colorado has just cause to be proud of her Senator and Tucson will wel come. his coming, and regrets that his stay must necessarily be so brief." It is to be greatly regretted that the Phoenix Republican should allow itself to publish such an article as it did, relative to Hon. G W. Cheyney, and his work as a Councilman in the last Legislature. Referring to. Mr. Cheyney the Re publican said: "Hypocrites and demagogues should be exposed, even if they are masquerading in Republican clothing." The writer of the malicious article knows better. He well knows that Mr. Cheyney is neither a demagogue nor a hypocrite, and that the statement that he is such is unjust an untrue. Mr. Cheyney is too well known as a conscientious, careful and straightforward man, as ah earnest worker for the best interests of the district he repre sents, and for those of the whole Territory; to be injured by such an article, which could only originate in the bile and joalousy of its author. Deep Water Vov Arizona. The legislature passed a concurrent resolution requesting the president of the United States to open friendly negotiations with the republic of Mex ico, looking to such re-adjustment of the international boundary as will give Arizona a safe and commodious harbor near the head of the gulf of California and secure to citizens of the United States participation in the vast and valuable fishing privileges of the gulf. The subject is one of profound importance to Arizona, as it is feft here that railroad construction would certainly and promptly follow the establishment of a United States port near the head of the gulf of California which would greatly promote the development of all tho natural re sources of Arizona. There are great harbor facilities in Pincate bay point in view. The straightening of tho line from ITogales westward would give Pincate bay to Arizona. The original Gadsden treaty provided that tho lino terminato twenty miles south of the mouth of the Colorado river, but this was inadverently changed in the engrossed and ratified copy to twenty miles south of the mouth of the Gila river. This mistake has robbed Arizona of a deep-water harbor, and such a port as would develop the whole, west coast of Mexico, and givo great value to iinmp.nip. r.nurces now neglected and useless. San Dicro aul l'uma K. 5. San Diego is still working tor a railtoad to Arizona. The directors of the San Diego. Yuma and Phoenix Railroad have elected D. C. Reed president and II. G. Merrill secretary of tho company. The Union of Sun tiov savs: "The urst step toward tufiivji work in starting the enter priso was taken yesterday, when there was filed in the County Clerk's office the complaint in an action begun in tho Superior Court by the San Diego Yuma and Phoenix Railroad ngninst the San Diego Land and Town Company et al., for right-of-way from San Diego to tho Colorado River. The complaint is a voluminous document of thirty-one legal cap pages, and sets out that it is the pur pose of the San Diego, Yuma and Phoenix Railroad Company to build from this city to a point on tho Col orado River near Yuma, along what is known as the "old Texas Pacific oute," and that a right-of-way of 100 feet in width is desired in building the road. The corporation seeks to condemn certain pieces and parcels of land lying along the proposed route, and all of which land is owned by the persons named as defendants to the action. The plaintiff prays that in duo time and in -accordance to law the ourt make an order authorizing the plaintiff to take possession of and use for the purposes set forth in the complaint all and singular of the portions of each and every of the tracts and parcels discribed as required for right-of-way, and upon final hearing of the action, condemn the said lands for the purpeses of right-of- way for the San Diego, Yuma and Phoenix Railway." Kcwarfi, 2CO. The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its -stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Gatanh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a cons titutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direc tly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, bend tor list or testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Prosperity for All. Tho good work of the Associated Press in presenting the industrial affairs of Arizona to tho millions of newspaper readers all over this land is augmented by the kindly written words of the editorial writers of the press regarding tho resolutions adopted by the Territorial Legislature on the deep harbor question. The Los An geles Times makes these pertinent comments: "The enterprising policy adopted by Arizona is well illustrated by the proposal of negotiations with Mexico to secure harbor facilities at Pincate Bay, at the head of the gulf of Calif ornia, it would undoubtedly contrib ute largely to the prosperity of the Territory to thus secure a direct out let to the ocean. While Los Anceles aspires to be the commercial entrepot of Arizona on the Pacific, we seo no call for the manifestation of a mean or selfish spirit toward this effort of the Territory to secure her own port. We have hitherto announced the belief that there is prosperity enough in store for all, and a greater measure is to be secured by a general policy of development than for one section to try to hold back another. Let Ari zona establish a competitive port at the head of the gulf, if possible, and we venture the opinion that tho busi ness of our California ports will be stimulated thereby. Competition is the life of trade and the greatest draw back of the Pacific Coast thus far has been that it has failed to get its just share of competition. The officers of the Boundary line Commission survey, on their trio to the Teneias Altas last week, found 17 trails in 12 miles, east of the tanks, which were well worn, and fresh with tracks from present use. Two men with four pack animals came to the tanks for water. When asked as to whether the' were prospectors or not, they would not sav a word. It looks as if they might be smugglers, con nected with the three or four small contraband schooners that are known to be in the gulf near the mouth of the Colorado . The LMjJitol stock . of tiie San Dij5 and Yiicki R. it. company, i, OOO.OO&pis divided into 4,000,000 shares, din shares thus having a popular low jn tut-, par value of $1 each. The stock so far sub scribed for is as follows: Frank H. Dixon, 398,600 shares (which of course carries with it Charlson's pre sent rights and franchises;) D. C. Reed 100 shares, Harry L. Titus 100 shares, Charles U. Bell 100 shares, H. G. Merrill 1000 shares, Albert Roberts 100 shares. Merrill has been elected secretary and treaurer of the corn puny. San Diegan sun. For Rent. Cottage house to rent. Enquire at the ofiice of the Sentinel. Frank J. Colo', a tailor of ex perience has located in the Dor rington cottage on Jones Street, where he will be pleased to do any mending or work in his line. Mayor A. Frank, and City At torney, J. L. VanDerwerker, de serve the thanks of the people of Yuma for their persistent and suc cessful efforts, in securing the right of way for tho new levee on the bank of the Gila river, on the east side of town. After suffering horribl' for years from scrofula in its worst form, a young son of Mr. R. L. King, 706 Franklin st., Richmond, Va.s was recently cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. No other medicine can approach this preparation as a cleanser of the blood. J.A.Scott, Esq., -the eminent lawyer from Mississippi, returned to Yuma resterda3'-after an extend ed trip through Arizona, looking for a place, in which to locate a colon' of 100 families. He says that he likes Yuma better than any section that he has seen. The stoam packet Gila, Capt. J. A. Mellon, let go her moorings Thursday at 1:15 p. m., with a goodcargo of freight, for Norton's Landing and way stations, and rounded the Heads in good style. Her passenger list consisted of Mrs. Santiago Lopez and four children for Norton's. It was our pleasure, on a late trip to Phoenix to met Mr. Henry Schumaker, the proprietor of the largest tonsorial establishment, and one of the most popular men in that city. Hemy, was well and favorable known in Yuma, and is one of the best men in Arizona. At the annual meeting of the Yuma Building and Loan Asso ciation held Monday evening the following directors were elected: W. T. HefTernan, H. V. Blaisdell, W. W. Woodman, F. 13. Wightman, J. L. V anDerwerker, O. F. Town- send, and G. M. Thurlow. L. A. Bell, a wealthy farmer, and a member of tho 33d degree in Freemasonry, passed through town Friday, on his way to attend a large gathering of Masons in San Francisco. Mr. Bill has been a member of every Republican national convention since the war. Ho is associated with Mr. J. A. Scott in his efforts to bring a colony of 100 families into this section from Mississippi. C. H. Kaufman, the well-known and prominent stockbroker of San Francisco, spent the first part of the week in town and on Thurs day went down to the ranch of Custodio Ramirez to spend a few days. He was advised to come here for his health by Ex-Senator Fair and Gen. G. Andrade of San Francisco. Hon. Chas. Shannon, member of the late Territorial Council from Graham county, and his accomp lished and lovely wifo made the Sentinel a pleasant call on Thurs day. They were accompanied by Miss Julia, the beautiful and bright daughter of Judge Street of Phoenix and our Councilmao, M. J. Nugent. During the day they visited the Indian school, the prison and o.ther points of interest in Yuma. They were captivated by our early fruits and flowers. The verdict rendered by the Coroner's jury in the case of Joseph Wernway, who was found dead in the Mohawk valley some daj's since, censured Messrs. Fulton and Wartman for having sold the de ceased liquor, which the jury thought had caused his death. Fulton and Wartman state that the deceased had not been at their place for three days before his dis appearance. As there seems to be a mystery connected with the un fortunate death of this young man the case will be brought to the at tention of the next grandjury. H. D. Converse, the veteran pros peclor and trapper, arrived in Ynmn. Thursday, after nearly a year's absence in the great valley of the Colorado, west of Yuma, where he did some prospecting for the lost Pegleg gold mine. Mr. Con verso pinked up some very fine specimens of float cannel coal, in the coal measure that crosses the country, from the San Jacinto to the Cocopah mountains, and on to the gulf, which proves that the statements made by the Sentinel as to tho existence of coal on the desert are true. " At the annual meeting of the Arizona Press association held at Phoenix last Saturday, tho follow ing officers for the ensuring year were elected: President, Herbert Brown; first vice president E. A. Rogers, Prescott; second vica presi dent, George H. Kelly; secretary treasurer, S. C. Bagg. A change was made in the by-laws, whereby the duties of secretary and treas urer were vested, in one individual. Delegates to the national editorial convention, Messrs. Dunbar, Dor rington, Morford, and Miller; al ternates, Messrs. Jones, Pew, Wal lace and Meek; executive com mittee, Frank King, Miller and Morford. JUST FULL of improvements Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. To begin with, they're the smallest, and the easiest to take. They're tiny, sugar-coated anti-biliou3 granules, scarcely larger than mustard seeds. Every child is ready for them. Then, after they're taken, instead of disturbing and shocking the sys tem, they act in a mild, easy and natural way. There's no chance for any reaction afterward. Their help lasts. Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and all derangements of the liver, stomach, and bowels are promptly relieved and perma nently cured. They're put up in glass vials, which keeps them always fresh and reliable, unlike the ordinary pills in wooden or pasteboard boxes. And they're the cheapest pills you can buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You pay only for the good you get. 820 Acres in Moluvwh Valley, Known as Heretofore farmed b.y Dan De vore and Robert Gant. 160 acres can be taken possession of immedi ately and put to summer crop. Parties applying must have outfit of their own or be of some financial responsibility . Terms as may be agreed upon. Address, E. F. Snider, Palomas, Yuma Co., Ariz., stating nature of lease desired. I will be in Yuma between May 15th and 25th. Douglas A.. Lindley, Sacramento, Cal., New Store ! New Goods! Fair Dealing! Low Prices! XSTEAUE NOW READY AND WILLING TO yY supply the good people of this town and county with NICE FRESH GROCERIES, CLEAN NEW DRY GOODS, WELL MADE BOOTS & SHOES, GOOD FITTING HATS & CAPS, and in fact everything that is needed in any well regulated family, vt e win give SIXTEEN :-: OUNCES :-: TO :-: THE :-: POUND, and will give you One Hundred Cents Worth of Goods for Your One Dollar in Coin. We try to please and give Satisfaction to nil. Wc have so far succeeded. We keep a good stock' of everything necessary for Miners, Lawyers, Doctors, Farmers, Builders, Politicians, Laborers, Mechanics, Saloon-keepers, Teachers and Preachers, Young Men and Old Maids. We have on hand at all times in any quantity HAY AND' GRAIN Ye keep the Best Brands of FLOUR. We sell tho Best COFFEES AND TEAS If you have not dealt with us yet, Try us. ?s EXT POOR TO THE COURT HOUSE. MINING APPLICATION NO. C07. United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, March 23, 1833. Notice is hereby givon that the Harqua Hula Bonanza and Golden Eagle Mining and Milling Co., by A. G. nubbard, President, whose post-office address is Harqua Hala, Yuma County, Arizona, has made application for a patent fr 45.839 acres on tho Consolidated Bonanza Lode Claim, bearing Gold and Silver, situate in Ellsworth Mining Dis trict, Yuma County, Arizona, and described in the official plat and field notes on file in this office, as follows, viz; Var. 14 degrees, 3 minutes east. GOLD MOUNTAIN LODE. Begining at a post marked 1, 1031 A, whence tho U. S. L. Mon. No. 1, bears N. 30 degrees 18 min utes east, C1C3.82 ft.. Cor. No. 1, Sur. 1031 B., bears N. 23 degrees 07 minutes east, 2S283 ft. Thence N. 43 degrees 22 minutes east, 300 ft. to post No. 2. Thence N. 51 degrees 42 min. W. 1497.64 ft. to post No 3. Thence S. 43 degrees 22 minutes W, 530 ft to post, No 4. Thence S. 50 de grees 56 minutes E , 1495.97 ft., to post No. 5. Thence No. 43 degrees 22 minutes E., 300 ft to place of begining. GOLD HILL LODE. Beginning at Post No. 6, whence Cor. No. 5, Sur. No. 1081 A, bears N. 79 degrees 5 minutes E., 272.- 42 feet. Thence N. 43 degrees 36 minutes E., 282.2 ft. to post No. 7. Thence N. 50 degrees 23 minute3 W.t 1333.5 ft. to post No. 8. Thence N. 43 degrees 36 minutes W., 442.52 ft. to post No. D. Thence S . 43 degrees 0 minute E 1332.75 feet to post No 10. Thence N. 43 degrees, 36 minutes E., 216.1 ft. to place of beginning. GOLD STAR LODE. Beginning at a postmarked 11, 10S1 A. Thence N.43 degrees 37 minutes W., 300 ft. to Post No 12. Thence N. 62 degrees 19 minutes 30.seconds E., 970.04 ft. to post No. 13. Thcnco S. 43 degrees 37 minutps E.,510 35 ft. to post No. 14. Thcnco S. 57 degrees 13 minutes 30 seconds W., 942.09 ft. to post No. 15. Thence N. 43 degrees 37 minutes W., 300 ft. to place of beginning. CONSOLIDATED BONANZA MILL SITE. Beginning at a post marked 1031 B. Whence U. S. L. M., No. 1, Ellsworth M. D., bears S. 26degrecs 2 minutes W, 23255.5 ft. post No. 1, Sur. 10SI A, bears S. 28 degrees 57 minutes W. 232S3 ft. Thence N. 27 degrees 15 minutes E, 463.09 ft. to post No. 2. Thence S. 62 degrees 45 minutes E., 463.69 ft. to post, No. 3. Thence S. 27 degrees 15 minutes W., 466.69 feet to post No. 4. Thcnco N. 62 degrees 45 minutes W., 406.69 ft. to place of beginning. The location of this mine is recorded in the Re corders office of Yuma County, Ariz., on page . Adjoining claimants None known. All persons holding adverse claim.3 thereto are required to present tho same before this office within sixty days from the first day of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J. L. V ANDERWERKER, Atfy for Claimant. MINING APPLICATION NO. 603. United States Land Office. Tucson, Arizona, March 23, 1S93. Notice is hereby given that the Harqua Hala, Bonanza and Golden Eagle Mining and Milling Co., by A. G. Huboard, President, whose post-office ad dress is Harqua Hala. Yuma Co., Arizona, has made application for a patent for 43.339 acres on tho Consolidated Golden Eagle Lode Claim, bearing Gold ai d Silver situate in Ellsworth Mining Dis trict, Yuma County, Arizona, and described in the official plat and field notes on file in this office, as follows, viz: GOLDEN EAGLE LODE. Beginning at a post marked 1, 1030. Whence U. S. L. Mon. No. 1, bear3 N 79 deg 47 min E, 1024.7 ft; Thence S SO deg 36 min 30 sec E, 300 ft to postNo2;ThcnccS24dcg7 min W, 1231.51 ft to post No 3; Thence N 80 deg 33 min 30 sec W, 43.01 ft to post No 4; Thence N 21 deg 31 min E, 1218.23 ft to post No 5; Thence S 80 deg 38 min 3 0 sec E, 300 ft to place of begining. GOLDEN ARK LODE. Beginning at a post irarked 6, 1030; Thence N 23 deg 51 min 30 sec E, 676.45 ft to post No 7; Thence S 89 deg 25 min SO sec E, 361.15 ft, inter sect line4, 5, Golden Eagle lode 1011.31 ft. from Cor. No. 4, 595.81 ft. to post No. 8; Thence S. 25 deg 7 min 30 sec W, 6S3 ft to post No 9; Thence N. 89 deg 25 min 30 see W, 579.35 ft to place of be ginning. GOLDEN BELT LODE. Beginning at a post marked 10, 10S0; Thence S 45 dog 12 min 30 see E, 293.07 ft to post No. 11, Thence S 42 deg 4 min W, 1384.57 ft to post No 12; Thence N 43 deg 12 min 30 sec W, 239.95 ft intersect line 1,2. Golden Eagle Lode S 80 deg 35 min 30 bccE, 77. S7 feet from Cor. No. 1, 521.6 ft to post No 13; Thence N 39 deg 7 min E, 13S9.C9 ft to post No 14; Thence S 45 deg 12 min 30 sec E, 300 ft to plaso of beginning. Var. 14 deg 3 min E, containing 4S.339 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in- the Re corder's office of Yuma County, Arizona, on page Adjoining claimants None known . All persons holding adverse claims thereto are required to present the same boforo this office within sixty days from the first day of publication hereof, orthey will be barred by virtue of the pro visions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J. L. V ANDERWERKER, Atfy for Claimant. MINING APPLICATION NO. 609. United States Land Offiee, Tucson, Arizona, March 23, 1893. Notice is hereby given that the Harqua Hala Bonanza and Golden Eagle Mining and Milling Co., by A. G. Hubbard, President, whoso post office ad dress is Harqua Hala, Yuma County, Arizona, has made application for a patent for 530 linear ft, on the Summit Lode, bearing Gold and Silver, situate in Ellsworth Mining District, Yuma County, Arizona, and described in tho official plat and field note3 on file in this office, as follows, viz: Beginning at Cor. No 1, a Redwood post'marked 1, 1079. Whence the U. S. Locating Monument No 1, Ellsworth Mining District bears S 37 deg 44 min 40 sec W, 4646 ft; Thence N 70 deg 51 min W, 500 ft to post marked 2, 1079; Thence S 19 deg 9 min W550 ft to post marked 3, 1079; Thence S 70 deg 51 min E 500 feet to a post marked 4, 1079; Thence N 19 deg 9 min E 550 feet to place of begining. Var iation 14 deg 3 min East, containing 6.313 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder's office of Yuma County Ariz., on page Adjoining claimants None known . All persons holding adverse claims thereto are required to present the same before this office within sixty days from the first day of publication hereof, or they will bo barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J. L. VANDERWERKER, Atfy for Claimant. MADISON AVENUE. Yuma9 A. "T. First-class Whiskies, Wines and Brandies al ways on hand. CHOICE KEY WEST CIGARS. . Just received a large invoice of Bottled Ale and Porter. J.W.STWART, Proprietor, IHI 1. iiill - IlISBt 249 North Main Street, Los Angeles, California. Centrally Located; First-Class .Dining Booms Attached; Bates from $1.50 to $2.50 -per day. Rates for Rooms, without meals, for one person, 50c, 75c. and $1. WE ENTERTAIM OS BOTH TJIE AMEKICAS A'D EUROPEAN FLANS, W. E. BBOWMsGChief Gletk. 3TQ BLACKSW18TH & Buggies Ambulances and Wagons Made. Make a Specialty of Repairing Machinery. Visitors are invited to call and examine his mammoth shops cm Gila Stree- A5.THEE RSQDESTi THE plOiyEERffiEROANTILEfr OF YUIVIA WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS, HAY, GRAIN AND LUMBER, BOOTS AND SHOES, ET0. Fresh and First-Class goods, and Prices as low as any Store in Town Give me a Call. ALTKSE M6E3EST1 :ma9 Comfortable rooms and the Table Supplied With the Best FIRST :-: CLASS :-: IN :-: EVERY :-: PARTICULAR. The - Sanitarium 8 of - the - Southwest. YUMA is acknowledge as a wonderful Health- Resort. It is the home of the orange, lemon, banana and other tropical fruits. It is the hope of 6,11 afflicted with aay of the Pulmonary Complaints, for the air is pure, dry and invigorating. The building stands on the banks of the COLOEADO EIYER. THE HOTEL was built and famished with a view to accommodate the Heal Prospector, the Tourist, Families and all those desiring the accommodation of a first class hotel in every particular, on a healthy site. H Are supplied from both the California and Arizona markets and nothing is wanting to satisfy the most fastidious. Y. B. All trains stop here half an hour for Meals . S. S. GILLESPIE. Pronrietor. M e A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast. A. long-tested pain reliever. Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the Stock Raiser, and Dy every one requiring an effective liniment No other application compares with it in efficacy. This well-known remedy has stood the test o- ' years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang Liniment. Occasions arise for its use almost every day, r All druggists and dealers have it. Home Treatment ! 1105000 Successful Cures. THE KEELEY INSTITUTES .A.t Phoeuix aud Prescott, Ariz. Invite Everybody to call or address them for literature to circulate among those suffering from the t LIQUOR, OPIUM, MORPHINE, COCAINE, CHLORAL OR TOBACCO HABiTS, NEURASTHENICE OR NERVE PROSTRATION. 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