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KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and "tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live tet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attesf the value to health of the. pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and SI bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. J. W. DOREDJGTON, Proprietor. CUMA. ARIZONA. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1893. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. Forthe seven davs Ending Friday Apr. 21, 1393 day. Rel. Humid Temper'ture 5 a m 5pm Max. Min Saturday 75 10 8S 40 Sunday 4S 12 91 64 Monday 41 12 90 48 Tuesday 47 12 89 57 Wednesday 15. 9 81 67 Thursday 56 IS 91 47 Friday. 73 10 90 53 Average. 51 11 1 89 53 Total rainfall during week.O.OO. A. ASHEKEEROER, Observer: U. S. Weather Bureau. LOCAL NOTES, Albert Behan returned from Phoenix Sunday. Hon. Frank Cox returned to Phoenix last evening. .T. F. Blake of Los Angeles, spent Wednesday in town. The river stands today at 18 feet 11 inches having fallen 3 inches. Mrs. R. J. Fraijo returned to the Cargo Muchacho mines yesterday. E. L Freeman left for Los An geles yesterday on a visit for a week. R. P. Marable, the live young farmer of Toltec, was in town Monday. Capt. F. S. Ingalls is expected to return from San Francisco this evening. John Gandolfo returned from his trip to Phoenix, Tucson and Gila Bend. Monday. The Farmers Canal Co,, near Palomas, has levied assessment No. 30 of $7 per share. Geo. A. Mintz, the well-known publisher of the Phoenix Herald, spent Sunday in town. J. R. Ochoa has had his saloon, the Two Republics, nicely painted and fitted up on the inside, Hon. M. W. Stewart, the little giant of the uorth, came in from Flagstaff and spent Tuesday in town. Charlie Thieson and Robt. An derson, the veteran prospectors, left for a trip down to the gulf Tuesday. Judge Ira Mabbett went to Anaheim, Cal., "Wednesday, where he will spend a few weeks rusticat ing. Hoo Boxin is putting up a nice little building on his lot on Main street, for a chop house and fruit stand. Detective Will Smith of the S. P. R. R., was a passenger on Tuesday evening's east bound ex press. Wm. Dunne left for Los Angeles Wednesday, where he has accepted the position as Stewart of the U. S. hotel. Whiskers that are prematurely gray or faded should be colored to prevent the look of age, and Buckingham's Dye excels all others in coloring brown or black. Miss Sofia Rimpau and her father arrived from Anaheim, Cal., last evening. Miss R. who recov ered her health in Yuma, will spend the summer here with her mother, sister and brother, at the Rimpau cottage. Senator Teller nr.tl SPurty. TJ. S. Senator Henry M. Teller of Colorado, and Hal. Sayre, the eminent and wealthy mining en gineer of Denver, arrived m town Sunday morninec. While here they spent their time in a careful examination of the rich country between here and the boundary line, and the vast natural resources of Yuma and her surrounding country, with which they were well pleased. They left 'esterday direct for San Diego. The' will also visit, Santa Monica, Redoudo and other towns on the coast, in order that the Senator may the better know what the advantages and necessities of each may be. They expect to return here in a few weeks, when they will " spend some time at the mouth of the Colorado,, and at the Cocopah volcanoes. No visitors in Yuma, were ever better pleased with the town and her prospects for the future, than the Senator, who is one of Arizona's best friends, and Mr. Sayre who sees in Yuma, the coming town ot the great south west. Tom Dawson, Senator Tel ler's able private Secretary will remain in Yuma, for some week for recreation, business and rest. Tiso Spring:, Of all seasons in the year, is the one for making radical chancres in regard to health. During the winter, the system becomes to a certain extent clogged with waste, and the blood loaded with impurities, owing to lack of exercise, close confinement in poor ly ventilated shops and homes, and other causes. This is the cause of the dull, sluggish, tired feeling so general at this season and which must be overcome, or the health may be en tirely broken down. Hood's Sarsa parilla has attained the greatest popu larity all over the country as the favorite Spring Medicine. It expels the accumulation of impurities through the bowels, kidneys, liver, lungs and skin, gives to the blood the purity and quality necessary to good health and overcomes that tired feel ing. A. G. Hubbard, general ma nager oftheHarqua Hala, Bonanza gold mines, and his accomplished wife, were passengers on this morning's westbound express, having been called to San Francisco by the seri ous illness of Geo. W. Bowers. He received a telegram last evening that Mr. Bowers was a little better. There are Sarsaparillas and Sar- saparillas; but if you are not care ful in your purchase, the disease you wish to cure will ony be inten sified. Be sure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla and no other. .It is compounded from the Honduras root and other highly concentrated alteratives. The steamer Gila will go up to Castle Dome on Monday, May 1st, on an excursion, leaving iuraa at a. m. and returning at 5. p. m. In the evening a ball will bo given at the S. P. Hotel, both under the auspices of the Young Men's Club Tickets for excursion and ball $2.50 which includes a gentle man and ona lady. Childre n can go on tne excursion lor Zo cents each. The District Court, Judge Good ing presiding, issued a decree, yes terday, granting the right-of-way for the new levee across the south half of lot 3, block 17, owned by D. B. Humphrey, residence un known. This finishes up the right of way for the new levee, so that Col. Benyaurd can go ahead with the work of building it. A copy of the decree will be forwarded to Col. B. tomorrow. Mayor W. II. Carlson of San Diego, and Hon. D. C. Reed, Presi dent of the San Diego, Yuma and Phoenix railroad leave San Diego today for Yuma and Phoenix, to arrange for the right of way, sur vey and terminal facilities, for the new line from San Diego to Yuma. If an' two men on the Pacific Coast can secure the money with which to build this ro&d, they are Messrs. Carlson and Reed. Mayor Carlson was elected on the plat form of building this lino. i The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. IfetS 13 Myii?22 pf Homes 40 Years the Standard. Well TUntlcr Way. Col. O. F. Thornton, ' Preaiden ot tne tooutn una uanai uo. was in town Thursday, on business for his company. The canal dam which will be 1400 feet in length 50 feet high, 106 feet wide at tbe base, and 13 feet wide on top, is well under way. The base is placed 12 feet below the -surface of the bed rock, which is solid, as shown by tho holes bored for that purpose The dam will be of solid masonry The reservoir is located at the new town site of Cbrvstoval, and which will hold 8.000.000 gallons of water, is nearly finished, -the pump which is located five miles from town, is ready for the foun dation which is completed. It will raise 1,00,000, gallons of water every 24 hours into tne reservoir. which stands 90 feet higher than the pump. It will also fill the two tanks, one built for the use of the S. P. R. R. and the other for the town. Besides supplying these, the pump will furnish water enough to irrigate 1300 acres of land, which will be put under cul tivation as soon as the pump is ready for work. Such onterprises as this will make Yuma county blossom as the rose. Of Course "ffon Read The testimonials published in this paper relating to Hood's Sar saparilla. They show beyond a doubt that Hood's Cures. Constipation, and all troubles with the liver, are cured by Hood's Pills. Engineers Green and Curry of the Colorado Canal Company, are camped 12 miles west of Gardner's Wells on the mesa, near the boundary line where they have a good well of water only 30 feet deep. Engineer French has mov ed his camp from near Gardner's lake on to the mesa. The wolls sunk on Gen. Andrade's land east and west of Gardner's wells found good water at 12 and 14 feet. En gineer C. R. Rockwood returned from the front Sunday evening. J?revcntiiig: fixture Misery, If there is, in this vale of tears, a more prolific scource of misery than tne rheumatic twinge, we have vet to hear of it. People are born with tendency to rheumatism, just as the)1 are with one to consumption or to scrofula. Slight causes may develop tins, vs soon as tne agonizing com plaint manifests itself, recourse should be had to Hostetter's Stomach Bitter's whicn cnects its runner inroad ami banishes the rheumatic poison from the systain. This statement tallies exactly with the testimony of physi cians who have employed this fine blood depurent in their private prac lice. There is also the amplest profes sional and general testimony as to the efiicacy of the Bitters for malaria liver complaint, constipation, indiges tion, kidney trouble, nervousness and loss of appetite and flesh. After wetting, whether followed by a cold or 110c, cue setters is userui as a t- jl , T , 1 r r, preventive or the initial attack of rheumatism. F. P. Holder, the well-known millionaire banker, with a party of nine, m his private car Dandj' were passengers on .Monday's west bound express. Said Mr. H "If this is a sample of your weather in April I want a winter home in Yuma.. If these roses, orange lime and lemon blossoms are a sample of what Yuma can produce when snoYr and ice cover the east, I will buy a lot and build a home on the bank of the Colorado. With a fer tile soil, a large area of rich country and this m-and river. Yuma is bound to be a great town." Gandolfo & Sanguinetti have decided to put an iron front in their new store. They -let the con tract Monday to the Baker Iron Works, Los Angeles, to do the work. Hon. D. M. Field, our member of the House, returned from Phoe nix yesterda1- morning, looking hale and hearty, and feeling A Xo. 1, after his hard work in th seshion ol the Legislature insf closed . I I I mm nes am. a vt- m m aoBu I iiipans Tab ul es euro headache. Hon. Sam. Purd' returned from Phoenix, Sunday." Tom Mont, the veteran miner and prospector left for the Pica cho mines b' boat yesterda'. The electric steamer Aztec, Capt. Stacy, made her first trial trip ThurscLry, to Castle Dome. Hon. Geo. H. Daily was in town Thursday'. Geo. used to be U. S. Deputy Collector of Customs in Yuma. Mrs. H. Burr, the mother Of the popular roadmaster, R. T. Burr, of the S. P. R. R. in Yuma, has come to Yuma to remain permanently. Mrs. Clarence Brundage, a niece of O. J. lownsend. who came to Yuma for her health, has already been greatlr benefited. Sam Webb of the Phoenix Gaz ette, arrived in town this morning with his brother G. W. Webb, who has been appointed a guard at the prison by the new administration. Mrs. Harry and Mrs. William Neahr left for tho hot springs at Agua Caliente last evening, where they will spend a couple of months Col. W. C. Land, the cattlo king of Benson, went through town this morning, on his way to Nevada, where he has a large number of cattle. Charles P. Hemenway, Presi dent of the Yuma Water and Light Company, died a few days ago of pneumonia at his home in Boston, Mass. Superintendent of the prison, . K. Meade and his Assistant M. F. Shaw, took possession of their respective offices 3resterday Capt.-Mclnernayr and Capt. Hale retiring. Fred L. Baker, Superintendent of the Baker Iron Works in Los Angeles, was in town Tuesday Mr. Baker has the contract for the new gold mill at tho Picacho mines. Diseases of Eye and Ear. Errors of refraction corrected and proper glasses prescribed. Akcil Martin, M. D. Phoenix, Arizona. Capt. J. SI. Thomas of Ft. Grant and World's Fair Com missioner for Graham county, spent Tuesday in Yuma. He was well pleased with the progress that the town is making. Mrs. Maria Avila Maytereno, a sister of Mrs. Sam. Purdy, and four children, arrived in town from Ortiz, Sonora, Mexico, Wed nesda'. She will be remembered well by all of tho old timers, as one of Yuma's sprightliest daugh ters. Charlie Riise returned from Norton's Landing, Wednesday, where he had been for a month in charge of the store of Levy &' Co., during the illness of Mr. A. Cas ares, who is now able to resume his duties in charge of the com pany's business. The Mayor and City Council of Yuma desire to express their sin cere thanks to Judge Gooding for his regard for the best interest of our citizens in coming here to hold a special term of court for the pur pose of giving the new levee the right of way, thereby clearing up all titles to the town, so that the work can be prosecuted at once. u res Sharp Pains Short Breath, Heart Trouble, Rheu matism. Mrs. 1L. M. Paine Eaglo Creek, Oregon. "I havo lived here In Oregon for tho past twenty years, and most of the time have been a very great sufferer from i:iflimmiatorr rheumatism. I have also had what tho doctor called heart disease, with shortness of breath and sharp pains In the left aide. I decided to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and befora I had finished three bottles I was in better health than I had been for years. I do not havo any pain now. sleep well, and to-day no woman of my age Enjoys Bettor Health than I. At home on the ranch I not only attend to my family housework, but last summer I cared for and milked four cows. I do not feel that I can say half enough in praise of E-ioocfg Sa-'sapasi. la SIrs. L. VI. PAKfE, Eagle Creole, OreKon, Hood's Piifs s'c prompt and efficient, yet easy in action. Sold by all druggists. 25c To Editor Sr:.vn x ss. : Will you please aid a hearlsic wife in her search for her husband William H. Cochrane, hy publish ing this? It may come to his notice as I believe him to be in your vicinity. I have used all mv money in my search for him and my only hope of hearing from him is through the kindness of the press, lie hut had great trouble all winter with lawsuits and my sickness and I was too severe and harsh with him, for which I crave e t 1 . iorgiveuess. jl ao not oeiieve as friends do that he has met foul play (he had $1,500 with him). I beg him to write and forgive. I will do anything he wishes. Every thing shall be different. I am sick with sorrow and remorse. Will the surrounding press please copy and by doing so aid, A most distressed wife, Mrs. W. H. Cochrane, 973 Bergen St. Brooklyn, N. Y. John F. Ward, the eminent en gineer, who was the consulting engineer of the Providence R. I., water wrorks, said to be the finest in the world, and who was asso ciated with Col. Church on the Croton water works of New York city, is now the resident engineer of the South Gila Canal Comparry. Bick-hcadachea are the outward Indications o derangements of tho stomach and bowels. As Joy'3 Vegetable Sarsaparilla, i3 the only bowel regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it is seen why It 13 tho only appropriate Sarsaparilla in Bick-headachcs. It is not only appropriate ; it ia an absolute cure. After a course of it an occa sional do3o at intervals will forever after prevent return, Jno. M. Cox, of 733 Turk Street, San Francisco, writes: "I havo been troubled with attacks of sick-headache for tho last threo years from ona to threo times a week. Somo time ago I bought two bottles of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla and havo only had ono attack since and that was on tho second day after I began using it." imp wegetahSe !UI Sarsaparilla Most modern, most effective, ?1: C for $5. For Sale by Gonder & Co. 23 Head- M Aches. 4m 03?- jl o Mua:e) islm. mm 8AYE MONEY e Can Save "Ve have been in the Grocery business 25 years and thousand of our Customers in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Montana, and Oregon will vouch for it. Finest California Hams per pound 15 cents " Eastern " " " .' 174 cents Green Costa Rica Coffee " cC 22 cents 10 pound box best soda crackers 60 cents 5 Gallon keg of pickles, mixed or plain. . i 85 cents 1 box fine cigars, 50 in a box $1 00 1 Gal. 6 year old Fine Whisky : $2 75 We have just bought a large lot of FINE PLUG CUT TOBACCO and are offering it at a bargain 45 cents per pound it comes in two (2) ounce packages and is fine in fact we guar antee it equal to any of the brands in market Seal of N. 0. Mastiff Echo. We will send you a two ounce package by mail for 7c. in stamps . ' if you wish a sample. - This is only a partial price list send us your and address and recive our complete list mailed free to every address. Ho. Sacramento That it is not wise to experiment with cheap compounds purporting to be blood -purifiers, but which have no real medicinal value. To make use of any other than the old standard AYER'S Sarsaparilla the Superior Blood-purifier is simply to invite loss of time, money, and health. If you are afflicted with Scrofula, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Eczema, Running Sores, Tumors, or any other blood disease, be assured that , It Pays to Use AYER'S Sarsaparilla, and AYER'S only. AYER'S Sarsaparilla can always be depended upon. It does not vary. It is always the same in quality, quantity, and effect. It is superior in combination, proportion, appearance, and in all that goes to build up the system weakened by disease and pain. It searches out all impurities in the blood and ex pels them by the natural channels. barsapanila Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Price SI ; six bottles, $5. Curesothers, win cureyow 3rien?al Barber Shop, Fourth rate Barber's employed! Patrons Shaved once over, Against the grain, with Alum, Dirty towel and no bay rum. Prices to suit the Times. E. CLIFTON. ' FORCED SALE- Must be sold within sixty days, tine stock ranije, east side of Boboquivari mountains, Pima County, Arizona. Water, will water three thousand head of cattle, running, also abou'; 400 head, each, stock and saddlo horses, and cattle. One half of the amount cash, balance on easy terms. For particulars address. Miss Luz Redondo. Care of IT. Rebeil, Tucson, Arizona. Oriental Saloon TREET, WE STRIVE TO PLEASE. jS3 Yon Money price 927, 929. Qq K St. Gal. LXL DEALERS IN GENERAL A Wo wish to respectfully inform the? public that we are daily receiving AND- PROVISIONS Our stock is fully assorted and wellseleci cJ, consisting of DRY i GOODS. FANCY GOODS, ins: LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISH" JNG GOODS. GEMTS AND BOYS HATS, QUEENS WARE, WOODSNWAR E and W3LLOW-WAREV PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Domea. tic Wines and Liquors, Milwau kee and St. Louis Beer. The continuous increase of. our trad is sufficient guarantee that the' public is fully convinced ofr our fair and honest? dealings. GOODS ARE DELIVERED AT DEPOT AND ALL PARTS OF THE TOWN FREE OF CHARGE. CANNED OOODS OF ALL KINDS; DRIED andPRESER- TED FRUITS and , J ELLIES, SOAPS, and , rff CONFECTIONERY, Attached to our store we have a first-class Conducted by a No. 1 baker. Order promptly filled. MEDICINES Cor. 32:,1x2. o3.c3. "Srixxxx , Ariz 3pl el .