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SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1893. It is to be hoped that there will be a general turn out of our citizens on decoration day. It is right, that every one who lives under the American flag, should ioin in the exercises, held in honor of those who save their lives for their country. The first copy of the first Magazine ever published in Yuma, is before us, the Arizona Magazine. It is well illus trated, and is well worth a careful perusal. It contains the portraits of Oapt. F. S. Ingalls, Lieuts P. J- Far rell and Dr. W. T. Heffernan. of Co. H. 1st Regiment of Arizona. The World's Fair Edition of the San Francisco Chronicle was a credit to that great journal, and one of, if not the best ever published on the coast. Such publications do an im mense work for the west, and one which cannot be accomplished in any other manner. The Oasis,. is the name of anew pa per, ju3t started at Arizola, by Allen T. Bird. It is a neat, well written and able paper, a credit to its Editor and new town, in which it is published. The Sentinel welcomes, this new helper into the field of Arizona journalism, may success attend it. Unless the railroads reduce the fare, and the hotels in Chicago their rates, it is not at all probable that there will be a great rush from the far west to the Columbian Exposition at Chicago. As it is, but very few will go. Low fairs and cheap rates would have sent thousands, where now but a few will go. he appointment of Geo. H. Kelly 'of the Graham County Bulletin to the office of clerk of the court by Judge Rouse, is a credit to the county, the Bulletin, to Bro. Kelley and to the Judge. Mr. Kelley, is one of the well known and respected representatives of the Arizona Press, and the compli ment bestowed, is one well earned and deserved. And still they come, the "high peaked hat" Oholo Indians, the lowest class in Mexico, the offscouring of years, the most immoral, undesired class ever brought into the United States. The Chinamen are princes beside of them. It is thought by in any, that their importation can be .stopped, under the law against import ing contract labor, let it be done. The Wilcox Stockman has just rounded the milestone of its first decade. It is one of the very best stock journals published in the west. Able reliable and just, it fills well the place, for which it was started. Bro. Pugh is just fitted to the place left vacant by our old friend, the late Dan Hunsucker. May each succeeding decade crown the stockman with suc cess, is the wish of the Sentinel. The World's Fair edition of the Phoenix Gazette promises to be one worthy of Arizona. Several columns will be devoted to Yuma and her sur rounding Country, It will be a jour nal well worth circulating among-the people of the east. Perhaps our Board of Supervisors may find it worth while to secure a numbsr of copies for distribution among those who wish to know more about Yuma. The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that the Geary Chinese law is constitutional. But here comes the trouble in carrying into effect. It will cost not less than $6,000,000 to deport the unregistered Chinese, whilo there is only 16,807 in the treasury for this purpose, hence the Department of J ustice will have to wait until congress meets before the law can be unforced. The China men will not have to go at once. In all probability they will be given another chance to register. The Phoenix Herald well says; "One of the important questions in political circles in Yuma at present is regarding the next prison superin tendent. Thomas Gate3 is the unanimous choice of the Democrats of this section, and it is believed his chances are good. Tee appointment of Mr. Gates would be conducive to harmonizing the Democracy of Yuma county." There are not probably more than half a dozen Democrats in Yuma county, who are not heartily in favor of Mr. Gates, for this important po sition, and they belong to the sore heads or growlers. Mr. Gates has had experience, is known to be honest careful, and efficient in his manage ment of the institution. He has al ways been a straight forward consist ent and '.sterling Democrat, a man highly respected by all who know him. He is a sober, and not a sporting man in any sense of the word, and has the perfect confidence of the best citizens in the community, and especial ly of the high toned, and moral element, and if appointed to the re sponsible position of Superintendent of the prison, he will be an honor to his party, and to his many friends, who would like to see him get the position. Hon. A. G. Hubbard, president and general manager, of the Bonanza mines at Harqua Hala, has been ap pointed World's Fair commissioner for Yuma County, in place of Hon. Thos Gates resigned. The appoint ment is one of the best that could have been made by Governor Hughes. Mr. Hubbard has been one of the best friends that Yuma county ever had, doing more for the development of its vast and rich mining interests, than any other man in it. Mr. H. went through town Monday evening on his way to Harqua Hala, from San Francisco. For appointing Dr. Good fellow of Tucson, to the responsible position of Territorial quarantine and health officer, Governor Hughes deserves the lasting credit of the people of Arizona, Governor Hughes has given the sub ject of quarantine careful thought and attention and his action in the matter shows he fully understands it, in the appointment of a broad minded able physician to the place, ono who for the paltry sum of a few dollars has not, will not sell out to the state of California, and disgrace Arizona by allowing that rich state to force its sick upon the care and expense of this territory. Dr. Goodfellow is just the man for the place, no better select ion could have been made. The New York Sun has been look. ing into the cost of electric lights in small cities. It directed inquiries to 29 of them from Maine to Texas, which have their lights provided and maintained by private corporations, and found that the average annual cost per lamp to the cities was $106. 01. A like inquiry sent to 23 small cities that own and run their own electric plants, shows that it only cost them $63.04 per lamp for their light. In some of these towns, they gained quite an income from supplying pri vate parties with light. These facts show that an electric plant when well managed, owned and run by a town, can be made to be a source of profit. We note that an effort is being made to have Governor Hughes, ap point a Territorial Board of Health to act in unison with the Board of Health of California. If this is true, it is hoped that the Governor will ap point men on the board, who have not sold out to the State of California for paltry pap, and who will not con sent to allow the State of California, to establish its quarantine station on Arizona's soil. It is the first time in the history of quarantine stations, that such a brazen attempt has been made. by one state, to impose the cost of its own quarantine, upon the people of another state or territory. It is hoped that Governor Hughes, will see through this scheme, attempted by one for revenue only, and not pet mit such a bold laid plan of robbery, to be im posed upon the people of Arizona Let California have its quarantine stations upon its own soil, and then take care of them. .Memorial Day Programme. The various schools, invited guests and the general public, all who parti cipate in commemoration of the events for which this national holiday was established, will assemble at the pub lic school building at 8 a. m. Tuesday, May 30th. Programme. Saluting the flag; music; short address and inculcation of patriotism in the minds of the school children particularly, as en trusted to the G. A. R.; formation of the procession by Grand Marshal A. G. Leffel, G. A. R., as follows: public school convent school U. S. Indian school Sunday school, Fremont Post, G. A. R., Joseph Minler stand ard bearer. Yuma Rifles, preceded by Fife and Drum Corps, invited guests and citizens. Procession will be conducted to cemetery gate and there halted with public school chil dren in open order. The G. A. R. will pass the lines and form at head of soldiers' graves, followed by theschools, who will be assigned to positions near the foot of graves: The Rifles Com pany H. next to position in right and citizens following to left of G. A. R. position, the beautiful and impressive memorial service of the G. A. R. music saluting the dead by Yuma Rifles. Decorating the graves by G. A. R., schools and public, conducted by floral committee: Geo. Thurlow, John W. Dorrington and Stephen Sumner. This being the first observance of this day and its sacred commemoration it is to be hoped that all good citizens will unite in harmonously assisting to fitly record the history of its establish ment and in impressing upon the memories of the aged and the minds of the young, the obligations, the benefits and patriotic lessons its an nual recurrence includes. All friends both young and old are kindly requested to bring garlands, wreaths and flowers for the befitting decoration, and the youth partic ularly are solicited to bring as many flowers as are to be had. Let us come one and all in hearty thankfulness and responsive feeling and join in this sentimental and glorious privilege of signifying our full appreciation of the blessings and thft sacrifices our soldiery gave while renewing and strengthening our love and fidelity to the union and our flasr. Geo. H. Field. Com'dr Fremont Post, G. A. R. 0. 0. Stowe, Adjt. No. 1 Oat hay for sale cheap, Yuma Lumber Co. D. White, the 'well-known and able representative of the San Francisco Examiner, spent Mon day in town in the interests of the journal he represents. Mr. White is one of the liveliest newspaper men in the west, and is a good friend of Yuma and this section of the southwest. He takes deep in terest in our early fruits, and in the-development of our vast irri gation projects, now under process of construction. The Digueno Indians, had green corn, large enough to eat. on the loth at their rancheria, at Algo dones, on the west side of the Colorado river 20 miles below Yuma. Old Capt. Juan brought some of it to town on the 16th. J. S. Carter, says that it was as fine as any he ever tasted. It was grown on the valley lands without irrigation. The corn is of the small Cocopah variety, of which, the Indians raise four crops a year. Whole barley, l-k cents, Yuma Lumber Co. The Radiant mine, in the south end of the Castle Dome range of mountains, six miles north of the Mohawk canal, is showing up well. The owners have a force of men at work, cross-cutting the vein in the shaft, which is 52 feet deep. At that point there is feet of quartz, which prospects rich in free gold. The vein was only a foot wide on the Burface. If the mine continues to improve, as it has thus far, it will prove a bonan za to its owners. No. 1 Oat hay for sale cheap, Yuma Lumber Co. Sheriff Mel. Greenleaf, returned from San Bernardino, Cal., Tues day with John T. Crane, the es caped prisoner, would be suicide, and feigned lunatic, who left Yuma on a brakebeam Saturday morning last. After having rid den about JL00 miles, he was dis covered by the trainmen, who knew him, and invited him to ride in the caboose, at the same time notifying the Sheriff by wire, who instructed them to take Crane on to Banning and turn him over to Constable Carpenter. There being no jail at Banning, the constable took him to San Bernardino, for safe keeping. Crane is now in jail again, held by a heavier chain than the one he wore before his escape. State of Ohio, City op Toledo, ) gg Lucas County. j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and suscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. seal. A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O. grSold by Druggists, 75c. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the regular quarterly meeting of the Board of County School Examin ers, for the purpose of examining applicants for teachers' certificates, will be held in my office at the County Court House, Monday, June 5th, 1893, at 9 o'clock a. m, F. L. Ewing, Probate Judge and Ex-Officio Sup erintendent of PubliG Schools, Yuma Co., A. T. The Most Stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases, the worst forms of Scrofula, all blood - taints and poisons of every name and nature, are utterly rooted out by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. For every disease caused by a torpid liver or impure blood, it is the only remedy so certain and effec tive that it can be guaranteed. If it fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum, Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors, and Swellings, and every kindred ailment, are completely and permanently cured by it. To every sufferer from Catarrh, no matter how bad the case or of how long standing, the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy say this : " If we can't cure it, perfectly and permanently, we'll pay you 500 in cash." Sold by all druggists. First publication May 6th, 1893. Notice to Creditors. In the Probate Court, Yuma County, Arizona. In the matter of the estate of Pioquinto Armenta, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Concepcion Armenta, administra tor of the estate of Fioquinto Armenta, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against, the said deceosed, to exhibit .the same, with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Concepcion Armenta at Yuma, Arizona. Concepcion Armenta. Administrator of the estate of Fioquinto, Armenta, deceased. Dated May 5th. 1893. FARM TO LET. 320 Acres in Mohawh Valley, Known as Heretofore farmed by 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! TUT E ARE NOW READY AND WILLING TO W 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. Wo will 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 all. We have so far succeeded. We keep a good stock of averything necessary for Miners, Lawyers, Doctors, Farmers, Builders, Politicians, Laborers, Mechanics, Saloen-keepers, Teachers and Preachers, Young Men and Old Maids. We have on hand at all times in any quantity HAY AND GRAIN We keep the Best Brands of FLOUR We sell the Best COFFEES AND TEAS If you have not dealt with us yet, - Try us. LEVY & CO., 3VE-dS!o:ra. Avenue, Yuma. Aj?1sb. NEXT DOOR TO THE COURT HOUSEJ MINING APPLICATION NO. 607. United States Land Office, Tucson, Arizona, March 23, 1393. Notice is hereby given that the Harqua Hala Bonanza and Golden Eagle Mining and Milling Co., by A. G. Hubbard, President, whose post-office address is Harqua Hala, Yuma County, Arizona, has made application for a patent fr 45.839 acres on the 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, 1081 A. whence the U. S. L. Mon. No. 1, bears N. 30 degrees 18 min utes east, 6168.82 ft.. Cor. No. 1, Sur. 1081 B.t bears N. 18 degrees 57 minutes east, 2S2S3 ft. Thence N. 43 degrees 22 minutes east, 300 ft. to post No. 2. Thence N. 61 degrees 42 min. W. 1497.64 ft. to post No 3. Thence S. 43 degrees 22 minutes W, 580 ft to post, No 4. Thence S. 50 de grees 56 minutes E , J495.97 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 minutes W., 1335.5 ft. to post No. 8. Thence N. 43 degrees 36 minute W., 442.52 ft. to post No. 9. 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, 1031 A. Thence N. 48 degrees 37 minutes W., 300 ft. to Post No 12. Thence N. 62 degrees 19 minutes 30 seconds E., 970.04 ft. to po3t No. 13. Thence S. 48 degrees 37 minutes E., 510 35 ft. to post No. 14. Thence S. 57 degrees 13 minutes 30 seconds W., 942.09 ft. to post No. 15. Thence N. 48 degrees 37 minutes W., 300 ft. to place of beginning. CONSOLIDATED BONANZA MILL SITE. Beginuing at a post marked 1081 B. Whence U. S. L. M., No. 1, Ellsworth M. D., bears S. 26degrees 2 minutes W, 23255.5 ft. post No. 1, Sur. 1081 A, bears S. 28 degrees 57 minutes W. 23283 ft. Thence N. 27 degrees 15 minutes E, 468.69 ft. to post No. 2. Thence S. 62 degrees 45 minutes E., 466.69 ft. to post, No. 3. Thence S. 27 degrees 15 minutes W., 466.69 feet to post No. 4. Thence N. 62 degrees 45 minutes W., 466.69 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 claims thereto arc required to present the same before this office within sixty days from the first day of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J. L. VANDERWERKER, Att'y for Claimant. MINING APPLICATION NO. 603 . United States Land Office. v Tucson, Arizona, March 23. 1893. 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 4S.339 acres on tha 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, 1080. Whence U.S. L. Mon. No. 1, bears N 79 deg 47 min E, 1024.7 ft; Thence S 80 deg 38 min 30 sec E, 300 ft to postNo2;ThenceS24deg7 min W, 1231.51 ft to post No 3; Thenco N 80 deg 38 min 30 sec W, 543.01 ft to post No 4; Thence N 21 deg 31 min E, 1218.23 ft to post No 5; Thence S 80 deg 36 min 3 0 sec E, 300 ft to place of begining. GOLDEN ARK LODE. Beginning at a post narked 6, 1030; Thence N 23 deg 61 min 30 sec E, 676.45 ft to post No 7; Thence S 89 deg 25 min 30 sec E, 361.15 ft, inter sect line 4, 5, Golden Eagle lode 1011.31 ft. from Cor. No. 4, 595.81ft. to post No. 8; Thence S. 25 deg 7 min 30 sec W, 633 ft to post No 9; Thence N. 89 deg 25 min 30 sec W, 579.35 ft to place of be ginning. GOLDEN BELT LODE. Beginning at a post marked 10, 1080; Thence S 45 dog 12 min 30 sec E, 293.07 ft to post No. 11, Thence S 42 deg 4 min W, 1384.57 ft to post No 12; Thenca N 45 deg 12 min 30 sec W, 239.95 ft intersect line 1, 2 Golden Eagle Lode S 80 deg 38 min 30 sec E, 77.87 feet from Cor No. 1, 5216 ft to post No 13; Thence N 39 deg 7 min E, 1339.69 ft to post No 14; Thence S 45 deg 12 min 30 sec E, 300 ft to place of beginning. Var. 14 deg 3 min E, eontaining 43.339 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 before this office within sixty days from the first day of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the pro visions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J.L. VANDERWERKER, Att'y for Claimant. MINING APPLICATION NO. 609. United States Land Office, 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, whose post office ad dress is Harqua Hala, Yuma County, Arizona, has made application for a patent for 550 linear ft, on the Summit Lode, bearing Gold and Silver, situate in Ellsworth Mining District, Yuma County, Arizona, and described in the official plat and field notes on file in this office, as follows, viz: Beginning at Cor. No 1. a Redwood postmarked 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 W 550 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 E550 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 ihe first day of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN, Register. J. L. VANDERWERKER, Att'y for Claimant. THE 49ER STORE, Picacho Placer Mines. Twenty-Miles North of Yuma. A full assortment of merchandise of all kinds, miners supplies, and everything to satisfy the inner man. Give us a call and you will get the best in the land, at the Picacho Gold Mining Company's Store. J, W, STWART, MANAGER. ST. ELMO HOTEL, SOR-ST 1111 t Jill 249 North Main Street, Los Angeles, California. Centrallii Located; First-Class Dining Booms j Attached; Hates from $1.50 to $2.50 per day. Rates for Rooms, without meals, for one person, 50c, 75c. and $1. WE ENTERTAIN ON B9TH THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. W. E. BROWNiKGChief Clerk. v CHB1S HOKXEE, BLACKSMITH & WAGON MAKER. Buggies Ambulances and Wagons Hade. Make a Specially of Repairing Machinery. Visitors are invited to call and examine his mammoth shops on Gila Stree ALTHEE MODEST I THE 10IMEERMERCAIVTLEfrOUSfc OF YUMA COUNTY, p Corner of First WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS, HAY, GRAIN Fresh and First-Class goods, Store in Town ALTHEE MODEST! - oufhern Pacific Hotel. Comfortable rooms and the Table Supplied With the Best FIRST :-: CLASS :-: IN :-: EVERY :-: PARTICULAR. The - Sanitarium of - the - Southwest. YUMA is acknowledge as a wonderful Health Resort. It is the home of the orange, lemon, banana and other tropical of the Pulmonary Complaints, for the air stands on the banks of the COLOEADO RIVER. THE HOTEL was built and furnished with a view to accommodate the Healt Prospector, the Tourist, Families and all those desiring the accommodation of a firat class hotel in every particular, on a healthy site. Its Dining Rooms Are supplied from both the California and satisfy the most fastidious. V B. All trains stop here half an hour for Meals S. S. GILLESPIE. Proprietor. Mexican Mus TT JL 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 by every cne requiring an effective liniment No other application compares with it in efficacy; This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost generations. No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of ivicsTAKG Liniment. Occasions arise for its use almost every day, 'All druggists and dealers have it. ;: " Home Treatment ! Hun m ;tfi rat UHt rnp 110,000 Successful Cures. THE KEELEY INSTITUTES At Phoenix and Preseott, Ariz. Invite Everybody to call or address them for literature to circulate among those suffering from the LIOUOR. OPIUM. MORPHINE, COCAINE, CHLORAL OR iuim, uiiuai, w , TOBACCO UABjTS, NEURASTHENICE OR NERVE PROSTRATION. The only Treatment endorsed by the TJ. S. Government. If you want literature sent to anyone, send us the name and addreia and we will gladly send it. All Correspondence Strictly Confidential. CTiASS, i. " WEBB. gtmri 1MLslxx Steets AND LUMBER, BOOTS AND SHOT'S. "RTfJ. and Prices as low as any Give me a Call. " - YUMA, A, T. A. T. frtiit3. It is the hope of &U afflicted with aay is puro, dry and invigorating. The building Arizona markets and nothing is wanting i miment. .uulU miusn mama I