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VOL. XXII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 189. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL; PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY J. W. DORKIKGTOit, Prop. SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months, - - - - - SI 50 One Year, - - " 3 00 ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Address, Arizona sentinel, Yuma, Arizona. THIS PArCn Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, Sab Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIRECtOKV. TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. GOVKEKOK K0'MU Sbcretart N A.MORFORI) Audit en THOMAS HUGHES Attorxet Geseral WILLIAM HERRING Surveyor General ROYAL A. JOHNSON TREAsCfitR CHRISTY Surf, or Public Isstrcctios G. W.CHEYNE Delegate to Coxqress M. A.SMITH Sure. Territorial Prison... MURRAY McINERNAY TUCSON LAM) OFFICE. HEKBERT brown C. R. DRAKE rboibteb. Receiver CCUKTT OFFICERS. DISTRICT Judok H. C. GOODING Clerk of District Court C. H. BRINLEY JOHN GANDOLFO, Chairman. R.M. Supervisors -strAUSS and B. A. HARASZTHY Clerk of Board of Supervisors... J. L. REDONDO Probate Judge &Supt. Schools, F.L. EWING Sheriff, Tax Coia asd Assessor. .M. GREENLEAF TJXDER-SlIERIFF ED MAYES District-Attcrxet CALVERT WILSON Treasurer ALTHEE MODESTI Recorder JAMES L. POWELL Surveyor. J. B. MARTIN CoCsty Physician P- G- COTTER PRECIS CT OFFICERS. ) GEO. A. DUKE Justice, of the Peace j IRAMABBETT ) E. SANGUINETTI, Trustees of Yuma School Dis.jF. FDLEYand ) F. B. WIG HTM AN, United States Custom House j CITY OFFICERS, Mayor. A. FRANK 1 CHAS. BAKER, S. 5. uuiwarit. Councllmen VW. T. GONDER and FRED j FREDLEY. Assessor J. M. MOLINA Treasurer JCHN GANDOLFO Marshal A. TYNER RULES 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. SO to 0:30 P. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:00 p.m. VVpjit-bound mail closes at . . . 6:00 A. M. Money Order and Postal Note depart-1 ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes at 8 p. m. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail from Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves uma Mondays and Fridays at 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 bretheren in good standing are invited to attend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. F. B, Wightman, R. C. A. R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday of each month. C. C. Stowe Geo. H. Field, Adjutant. J Commander. O. R. Luedke, Watchmaker and Jeweler, YUMA, A. T. All work carefully Repaired and "Warranted. 7"lLSON, CALVERT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, V UJVTA, -A- X. 2JUELD, GEO. H., M. D. Formerly Surgeon of U. S. Army. Special attention to SURGERY AND CHRONIC DISEASES. Yuma, : : Arizona. . R. SMITH. D. D. S., 3DEKTTIQT. Regular visits to Yuma every 60 days. JgNTGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) 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. D UKE, GEO., real estate and general brokerage, money loaned. Yuma, : : Arizona. JpTJRDY, SAMUEL, . DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Special attention to Land Business. Vuimr, .... Arizona. Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassc, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was in curable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by W. T. Gonder & Co Qruggists. BIG TOWER AT THE FAIR. One to Be Built with Electric Cars and a feplral Ascent to the Summit. The World's Columbian exposition is to have a tower which, in its way, will be as great an attraction as the famous Eiffel tower at the Paris exposition. Ground has already been broken for the structure and considerable progress has been made on the foundation. The tower will be located at the eastern en trance of the Midway Plaisance, oppo site the woman's building, and will be five hundred and sixty feet high, with a diameter of two hundred feet. The ascent to the summit of the curious building will be made in cars propelled by electricity, to be run on a track which winds about the tower eight times in making the entire ascent. The passengers will obtain eight different pictures of the exposition grounds and buildings from varying heights, which will afford the best points of view on the grounds. The grade is calculated at eight per cent, to the mile, and aside from the novelty of a trip into the clouds the sensation of returning thence to earth will be as thrilling as one's first ride down a toboggan slide. On the top of the tower is an observa tory, where the visitor can overlook the magnificent white city. A brass band and a stringed orchestra will be sta tioned on the observatory floor to furnish aerial music for the enter tainment of the crowds ascending and descending. On the ground floor one of the finest restaurants at the exposi tion will be established, and all the cel ebrated wine houses in the world will have booths there to display their choicest vintages. Music will also be provided in the restaurant. In the even ing Japanese lanterns, illuminated by incandescent lights, will be strung all along the track from base to sum mit, and the sight of the great building ablaze with lights will doubtlefs be one of the most interesting at the fair. The foundation of the structure will be of stone and of the strongest character, as the weight to be borne will be tre mendous. The tower is to be con structed of iron and steel, which will be painted a light color to make it attract ive and at the same time in harmony with the surrounding buildings. SLAPPED BY A WHALE. The .Remarkable Experience of a Portland Fisherman on the Grand Banks. There is probably only one Portland fisherman who has had a whale rise up under him and slap him sky-high with his taiL This is John Dimmock, now a boatman in the barge office, says the Lewiston Journal. Mr. Dimmock was on the Grand Banks and was line-fishing for cod. Alone in his dory, which was anchored about a half mile from the schooner, he was fishing, ruminating and enjoying life and his pipe about as thoroughly as any fisherman can. He had just pulled up a shark about six feet long, and was rebaitmg his hook and wondering what would happen next, when something as tonishing did occur. The dory commenced to move, at first slowly, then rapidly. Mr. Dimmock seized his knife and was just about cut ting the anchor rope, to which the mys terious motive power seemed attached, when something still more astonishing occurred. There came a mighty crash, the dory went into the air, and as the unfortunate fisherman "went down and shut the door," he heard the "woosh" of a whale blowing near. Dimmock had on heavy underwear, thick clothes, long boots, and over all a petticoat, such as many of the fisher men wear. By great effort he managed to kick off most of his clothing and struggle back to the surface. Here he was promptly and luckily grabbed by a fellow fisherman and was dragged into a dory. The skipper, who had seen the strange rumpus from the schooner's deck, could scarcely believe his eyes and brought home the battered dory, as a curiosity. Some thief, perhaps not unknown, went to brick kiln of Hale and Rath burn, Thursday night and stole six lengths of pipe. The officers are on the tracks of the thieves and it is hoped that they will bo caught and perrished. Col. J. S. Noble, wife and two sons, were passengers on Monday evening's express from Los An geles for Tucson. R. J. Duncan, of the S. P. R. it., went to Tucson Monday to visit his daughters. Flags and fire works, to be had cheap, for the . 4th of July, at Harry Neahr's fni't store. For Gvcr i'li'zy Years An Oltj avd Well-Trikd Remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Sjothing Syrup has beon used for over fifty' years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes tin child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the bo-st remedy for Diar rhcea. lspleasaut i- tha taote- Sold by Druggists in every part of t!ie World. Twenty-five cents a 'bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure -and ask for Mrs. Winslow'u Soothing Syrup, and take no othftr kind. Crossed tlie Divide. The many friends of Geo. W. Bowers, so well-known in Yuma county, as one of the proprietors of the old Clip mine, and later on a half owner in the Bonanza mines at Harqua Hala, with A. G. Hub bard, will be pained to learn of his death on Friday evening, the 16th inst, at his home in San Francisco, after a long and severe illness, with Brights disease, complicated with troubles of the liver. Mr. Bowers came to Arizona in the sixties, and has always been iden tified with the mining interests of Yuma county. At the ripe age of 64, he lays aside the work of an active life, much to the regret of a large circle of friends, who esteem ed him, for the sterling qualities which make up the noble man. Arizona in general, Yuma in par ticular, has lost one of its best and ablest of friends. He left a widow, sister and two brothers, who have the heartfelt sympathy of this whole community. Old, generous, and noble friend, farewell, rest in peace. THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE Looking After the Alum and Am monia Baking Powders. Chicago Inter-Ocean. A bill for an act, entitled "An Act to Regulate the Traffic in Baking Powder," has been intro duced in the Legislature at Spring field, by Mr. Nohe. The bill is in tended to prevent the adultera tions of baking powders with Am monia or Alum, imposing proper penalties to enforce the law, etc. This shows an earnest desire on the part of our representatives to protect their constituents. The Chicago Tribune, referring to the question of legislature on Alum and Ammonia baking pow ders, says: "It deals in a direct manner with an evil that must be cut down." "Following is a partial list of the names of the brands sold in this State that have been examined and found to contain either Am monia or Alum. Many of the Alum and Ammonia Powders are labeled and advertised as abso lutely pure to mislead the public. "Calumet," "Grant's Bon Bon," "Hotel," "Taylor's One Spoon," "Chicago Yeast," "Climax," "Mon arch," Mokaska," "Manhattan," "K. C." "Loyal," "Forest City." In addition to the above list there is a multitude of brands sold with a prize. It is safe to reject all baking powders sold with a prize, as the tests show they are composed largely of alum and cost but a few cents per pound. Also refuse any baking powder sold at twenty-five cents a pound, or less; it is sure to contain alum. Surely nothing but their cheap ness could induce the public to ex periment with these impure pow ders at the risk of health. Aside from the question of health or the wholesomeness of these condemned powders, and viewed from tfie standpoint of economy alone, a pure grape cream of tartar baking powder like "Dr. Price's," from its greater known strength and un questionable purity, will prove more economical to"' the user in every way. Dr. G. T. Goodfellow, Territorial health officer, returned from Col ton, Sunday evening, where he had been to meet the State Board of Health of California. In con ference it was decided to place a quarantine station on the eastern boundarj7 of Arizona, and another in California, west of Yuma. Good for Dr. Goodfellow and Judge C. . W. Wright of Tucson who accompanied him on this most important matter. Both made masterly speeches in behalf of the rights of Arizona, and carried every point they made. Sheriff Grcrnlcat returned Sun day from Mohawk, where he had been to arrest a Cholo, one Juan Rias, who while drunk' assaulted a fellow laborer. The Sheriff brought his man down and put him in jail. Landlord S. S. Gillespie, of the S. P. Hotel and Hon. Thos. Gates, returned from Phoenix, Sunday morning. ' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Kind Remarks. Sunday's Phoenix Republican kindly says: "Hon. Thos. Gates of Yuma, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Gates is distinguished through out the southwest for his many good qualities of head and heart, but vithin the last two months he has acquired another distinction, that of being the only Democrat of prominence in the territory who refused an office." Also that, "Sam Gillespie, the well-known and whole-souled proprietor of the Southern Pacific hotel at Yuma, was in the city yesterday and was warmly received by his hundreds of friends here. Mr. Gillespie's mission on earth seems to be to make things pleas ant for those who visit at Yuma. So whenever he is caught awa' from home those who have been under his care at the Southern Pacific naturally and warmly re ciprocate." Otto Iflcars in IVo-vr York:. The Rocky Mountain News publish es the following, which shows that the Pathfinder is nob asleep or has not abandoned his pet idea of connecting Denver and Phoenix: President Otto Mears, of the Rio Grande Southern, is in New York. It is reported that his visit is connected with a plan to extend the Rio Grande Southern, and that work on a line from Durango to Phoenix, Arizona, may be begun in the fall if satisfactory arrangements can be made in New York. Arizona is anxious to have close railway relations with Denver, and the line to Phoenix would open up the richest section of the territory to Colorado capital and trade. E. D. Hodges and Rafael Coz, came down from the Castle Dome mines, Saturday, to remain until after the 4th of July. They say that the mines are proving richer than ever before, the vines widen ing as depth is attained. About 100 men are in the camp, most of whom are working by contract. The prospects of the camp never were better. Ex-Governor Bates, of Tennessee, was a passenger on Saturday's east bound express. He had been spending some time on the Pacific Coast. He is much interested -in Arizona, and more especially in Yuma, and her early fruits and her prospects for becoming the early fruit center of the west, T. G. McDougall, of Eiuiffman, Texas, spent Saturday in town. He was well pleased with what he saw of Yuma and her surround ings. Ay er's Hair Vigor Makes the hair soft and glossy. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for nearly five years, and my hair i3 moist, glossy, and in an excellent state of pres ervation. I am forty years old, and have ridden the plains for twenty-five years." Win. Henry Ott, alias "Mustang Bill," Newcastle, Wyo. Ayer's Hair Vigor Prevents hair from falling out. "A number of years ago, by recommen dation of a friend, I began to use Ayer's Hair Vigor to stop the hair from falling out and prevent its turning gray. The first effects were most satisfactory. Occasional applications since have kept my hair thick and of a natural color." H. E. Basliam, McKinney, Texas. Ayer's Hair Vigor Restores hair after fevers. "Over a year ago I had a severe fever, and when I recovered, my hair began to fall out, and what little remained turned gray. I tried various remedies, but without success, till at last 1 began to use Ayer's Hair Vigor, and now my hair is growing rapidly and is restored to its. original color." Mrs. A. Collins, Dighton, Mass. Ayer's Hair Vigor Prevents hair from turning gray. "My hair was rapidly turning gray and falling out; one bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor lias remedied the trouble, and my hair is now its original color and full ness." B. Onkrupa, Cleveland, O. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maia. Bold by Druggists and Perfumer. While riding after a herd of cat tle at Ehrenberg last Thursday, Frank S. Norton's horse stumbled and fell, throwing him to the ground, dislocating his right shoulder. There being no . physi cian nearer than Yuma, and no boat to be had, he took another horse and rode through to Yuma, a distance of 100 miles, in two days and nights. Upon arriving here, a physician put the arm in place. He is rapidly recovering. J. B. Whitney has his place in West Yuma fixed up in nice shape and now makes it his home. His beautiful saddle horse seems to be perfectly at home in his new quarters. Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, if you have a Cough, Cold, or any trouble with Throat. Chest of Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guaran teed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. 'Cry a same pic bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles free at W. T. Gonder & Co.'s Drug Store. Large size nOc. and SI. 00. H. R. Morrow, the capitalist from Texas, who purchased 80 acres of the Colorado River Irriga tion Co., on the Algodones grant, left for the east Saturday. He will visit the World's Fair at Chicago, New York, and then his old home in Ontario, Canada, and will return to Yuma and make it his permanent home. Syrup of TFigs. Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California fig3, combined with the medical virtues of plants known to be most bene ficial to the human system, acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleaning the system, dispelling colds and head aches and curing habitual consti pation. The Cholos are getting in some good work, forging time checks, at which, they or their assistants are dandies. Several were victimized last month, even the Commercial Company that is importing them, comei'n for its share of profits on forged checks. Just keep on bring ing in this class of scoundrels, and soon our jails and prisons will be filled to overflowing, and will have to be enlarged. Suckon's Arnica salve The Best Salve in the world for Cute Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hxnds, Chilbrains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. for Sale byW.T. Gonder & Co. Notice -of Stockholder's Sheeting. To the stockholders of the Yuma Improvement Co. Take notice, that a meeting of the stockholders of the Yuma Improvement Com pany,, will be held at the office of the Company in Yuma, Yuma Co., Arizona, on Wednesday, the 21st day of June, A. D., 1893, at 10 o'clock a. ni. The business to be transacted is to revise the trust deed heretofore given by the company and the transaction of other important business. J. H. Carpenter, Secretary. Dated Yuma, Yuma Co., A. T., June 6th, 1893. Irrigation Bonds JwiramSfDLD Timber Lands, Ranches, Mines, Farms and Or chards, Bought, sold and Exchanged . Correspondence Solicited. The London & Sax Feancisco Real Estate & Investment Co. i Room 12, 3rd Floor, Mills Bldg, . . - San Francfsco. Cal. MINING APPLICATION" NO. 613. U. S. Land Office, Tucson. Arizoua. i May 17, 1893. J" Notice is hereby given that the Harqua Hala Bonanza aad Golden Eagle Mining and Milling Co., by A. G. Hubbard, Presi-. den4;, whose postoffice address is Harqua Hala, Yuma Co., Arizona, has made appli cation for a patent for the Narrow Guage placer claim bearing gold, situate in Ells worth mining District, Yuma County, Arizona and described in the official plat and field notes on lile in this office, as fol lows, viz: Beginning at the n.e. corner of claim at a Redwood post 21 A feet long, 2x3 inches square, set in a mound of stone S feet in diameter at base and 4 fect high. All posts and mounds of tuis survey being of the same kind, size and character, and said, post marked 1-1079. From this Post U. S. location monument No. 1, Ellsworth mining district bears N. '29 deg., 33 min and 20 sec. E. Magnetic variation 14 dog. 30 min. E; 5,837.3 feet distance, , and run thence S. 43 deg. 22.min., W. 40.73 feet to S.W. cor. of claim to post marked 2-1079 run thence N. 51 deg., 42 min., W. 1496.63 feet to N". W. cor of claim to a post marked 3-1079; run thence N. 43 deg. 22 min,, E. 72 feet to N". E. cor. of claim to a post marked 4-1097 run thence S. 50 deg., 30 min. and 20 sec, E. 1494.10 to S. E. cor. of claim to post No. 1 and place of begiri hingand containing 1.92 acres All persons holding adverse claims there to are reauired to nreaenfc the sanm hpfnrp this office within sixtv d.ivs from the. first day of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HERBERT BROWN", Register. A. G. HUBBARD, President. may 20 DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, "1 Tucson, Ariz., May 12, 1893. J Notice is hereby given that Harriet E. Carpenter of Yuma, Arizona, has filed notice of intention to make proof on her desert land claim No. 1945, for the E. of W. i and W. i of E. i of Sec. 17, Tp. 9 S. R. .23 W. before the clerk of District Court at Yuma, Arizona, the 26th day ot June, 1893. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclama tion of said laud: C. V. Meeden. S. S. Gillespie, John Gandolfo and Mel Green leaf, all of Yuma, Arizona, HERBERT BROWN, Register. DESERT LAND, FINAL FROtfF. NOTIGE FOR PUBLICATION. United State? Land Office. Tucson, Arizona, May 12, 1S93. ' Notice is hereby given that Juana Stiles of Yuma, Arizona, has filed notice of in tention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. 226S, for theS. W. Sec. 8. and W. i of W. i of Sec. 17, Tp 9 S. R. 23 W. before the elerk of District Court at Yuma, Arizona, the 26th day of June, 1893. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclama tion of said land: C. V. Meeden, S. S. Gillespie, John Gandolfo and Mel. Green leaf, all of Yuma, Arizona. HERBERT BROWN, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD No. 1334. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona. May 12, 1S93. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made beforo the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on the 2b'th of June, 1893, viz: D. C. Whaley of Palomas, Arizona, for the S.E. i of Sec. 6, Tp. 6, S. R. 11 W. He nime3 the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Richard P. Mar able, George W, Crane, James L. Powell and Frank BurKe, all of Yuma, Arizona. HERBERT BROWN, Register. THE SOUTH GILA CANAL Government Lends with Cheap Water Bights,! O The contract for the construction of the dam and entire canal to Texas Hill, within sixty miles o the City of Yuma, has been let and active work inaugurated It is proposed to have it completed v ithin eighteen months from this date. This enterprise opens up for settlement. 160,000 Acres of the Choices! Lands' In the thermal belt o the Southwest where can be grown. ORANGES, LEMOSTS, LIMES, " FIGS, OLIVES, DATES, and all the best varieties of d.ruiduous fruits and grapes a full month' sarlier than in California. The Southern Pacific Railroad runs twenty miles through the center of the lands covered by the canal thus giving rapid transit " to the markets of the world both East and West. For further particulars apply to UNDERWOOD & GIBBON. Ttcsox, A. T.' 50.00 $50,00 Fifty Dollars Reward. The South Gila Canal Company will pay the above reward of Fifty (550.00) Dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person or persona who removed and took away, tho lumber from a drop constructed in tho. South Gila Ditch, near the Frank Morse place, on or about the loth day of January, 1893. Dated Texas Hill, Jan. 27, 1893. 10-3m. O. F. Thornton, President. This Celebrated Enslish Shire Stal lion will stand at the stable of GEO.. W. NORTON,- IN THE FOR THE SEASON. He is five years, old; 17 hands high and weighs 1800 pounds- Terms Slo. One-half in advance. balance when rnare is with foal. For Sale. Four thoroughbred, short-horn bulls, registered stock, one year old, for sale by George W . Forton, .. Mohawk, . Yuma Co., Ariz. , FORCED SALE- Must be sold within sixty days, a fine stock rane, east side of Boboquivari mountains, Pima County, Arizona. Water, will water three, thousand head of cattle, running, . also abeuf, 400 head, each, stock and ' saddle horses, and cattle. One half of the amount cash, balance on easy terms. For particulars address, Miss Luz Redondo.' Care of ET. Kedeil, Tucson, Arizona. . FARMER' MILES; MOST NOTED CASTRATOR IH THE WORLD. Has Lis 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 shewing his ropes and instruments, and tell ing the best after treatment of castrated stack Very important to all stock owners and castrators. For prices and particulars of book write him at Charleston, Coles Co., 111. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. TO JOHN OBERNY: ' ; You are hereby notified that we have expended the sum of one hundred dollars on the Southern Cross mine for the year 1392 in assessment work in order to hold said premises under section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, the money -expended on said mine for the year (1S92). Said Southern Cross mine is situated in the Plomosa Mining District, Yuma county, Arizona, and of record in Book of mines, page , in the Record. r's office of Yuma County, Arizona Territory. And it within ninety days from the date of tho first publication of this notice, March -1th, 1S03,; you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of said expenditure as co-owner in said Southern Cross mine, your interest in said mine will become, the property of the undersigned under Section 2321, Revised Statutes of tho United States, GEORGE DEHART, J. M. BROWN. Yuma, A. T., March 4tb, 1893. Thie Kuss House of Xucson. This favorite hotel is located on Campl street about midway between Church Plaza and Stone Avenue. It is now con ducted by Mrs. H. R. Jeffords, a lady whri; is well qualified for the duties which a public house of that kind would entail up on her. Being centrally located the Russ is necessarily convenient to all the princi pal business places in the city and to the' Court House. It is quiet and retired and hence the best in the city to pass a night, or to rest during the day from the .busy ? duties of life. The rooms are large and well ventilated, and we bespeak for the. Russ a large share of the public patronage.