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Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment, when rightly used. The many, who live bet 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 attest 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 and 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 $1 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. mem J. W. DOEEEIGTOS, Proprietor. ARIZONA- SATURDAY JUNE 24, 1893. T P. "FrSHER. NEWSPAPER AD- XJ vertising Agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange. San Francisco, is our authorized agent. This paper is kept on file in this office. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. For the seven days Ending Friday June 23, 1893. day. Rek Humid Temper'tnre 5 a m 5pm Max. Mm Saturday 42 29 105 70 Sunday 41 9 1 03 72 Mondiy 49 10 100 70 Tnesday 74 31 102 02 Wednesday 70 13 103 CS Thursday , 63 10 104 70 Friday. 1 43 10 102 73 Average. 55 17 J 105 C9 Total rainfall during week, 0.00. A. AsHESBEROEK, Observer. U. S. Weather Bureau. ;L0CAL NOTES, L. C. Morelandwent to Picacho, Saturday. Allen Smith left for San Fran cisco, Sunday. No. 1 Oat hay for sale cheap, Yuma Lumber Co. P. B. Hodges returned to Castle Dome, Monday. J. H. Graham, came down from Mohawk this morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Hodges came down from Castle Dome, Saturday. The river today stands at 24 feet Q inches, haviDg risen 8 inches dur ing week. E. L. Freeman returned from Santa Monica, Monday, where he had "been on a visit. Clayton Smith, President of the Picacho Gold Mining Co., went to Los Angeles, Sunda3r. Two carloads of Portugese, were passengers on Mondays westbound express for California. More American voters. No. 1 Oat hay for sale cheap, Yuma Lumber Co. A carload of watermelons were shipped to Los Angeles, yesterday, from the Sanford farm, by the Colorado River Irrigation Co. "When the scalp i3 atrophied, or shinybald, no preparation will re store the hair; in all other cases, Hall's Hair Renewer will start a growth. Miss Ida, eldest daughter of Councilman Fred Fredley, and one of Yuma's favorite daughters, returned from California Wednes day, where she had been on a visit. Judge E. M. Sanford sent some fine watermelons to Chicago, Mon day, to Gen. J. A. Williamson, the Land Commissioner of the Santa Fe Railroad Company. Too much care cannot be exer cised in the storage of powder, or other dangerous combustibles with in the limits of the town, where there is so much danger of the loss of life and property. The Yuma Indians held another election Thursday, under the sup ervision of Indian Agent Francisco Estudillo, for a chief ' to take the place of Miguel, deposed. The re sult was the same as at the .elec tion two months ago, Joe-Mat- Qum-Iam, second son of old Chief ( Pasqual, was re-elected: Sold rot- sJijaOjOao. Judge Ourtiss of San Francisco, who lias been examining the title's to the Bonanza mines at Harqaa Haia, said yesterday morning "The mines are sold to an English company for $1,250,000 in gold coin. I have been here for four days examining the titles to the mine, which I find perfect. Upon my report the Jlinglish companr will accept the title and pay the coin for the property." It is a well-known fact that the rich strike made last week, induced President Hubbard, to offer the English, company $200,000 cash in hand, if the' would allow him to work the mine for 60 dars, which the- refused to do. Mr. Hubbard will now turn his attention to de veloping the magnificent prospect that he has in the Plomosa Dis trict. Completely Upx'ootecl. How many remedies there are which merely relieve without uprooting disease. The contrast with sterling medicines which such palliatives afford, not only enhances tho dignity of the former, but serves to emphasize the folly of employing half-way measures when thorough ones are available. A market instance of this is the effect, on tho one hand, of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters in cases of chills and fever and bilious remittent, and on the other of ordinary remedies in maladies of this type. By the Bit ters, malarial complaint in every stage, and of the most malignant type, are completely conquered and lose their hold upon the system- They are rarely, if ever1, dislodged by the ordinary resources of medicine, al though their symptoms may un questionably bo mitigated through such means. The same holds good of indigestion, biliousness, kidney com plaint, rheumatism, nervousness and debilit'. By the Bitters they are cured when many remedies fail. The Bonanza mines at Harqua Hala shipped a bar of gold of the value of 5S,000 to San Francisco Thursday. Levy & Co. received $5000 in coin'last night from San Francisco, to meet any demands that may be made against the house. S. W. Marshall, a nurseryman from Fresno, Cal., spent Monday in town. He was well pleased with the outlook for Yuma for earlr fruits. The election for school trustee takes place today. The candidates in the field so far as heard from, are Judge I. Lev' and F. B. Wight- man. Whole barley, H cents, Yuma Lumber Co. Barnardino Contreras had his trial before Judge Geo. Duke, Thursday, for assaulting a woman with whom he was living, and was sentenced to go to jail for 60 days, pay a fine of $150, or leave the town within five hours, never to return. He chose the latter. How well we remember grand mother's attic, so fragrant with medicinal roots and herbs! Poor old soul, how precious thej' seem ed to her! And yet, one bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla would do more good than her whole collection of yarbs." Jack Stwart writes from Pica cho, that he never was happier, never was doing or enjoying life better'than in his new home. He sent down Monday for his second boat load of chickens, so that he must be living on the fat of the land. The steamer Mohave, Capt. I. Polhamus, went up to Picacho, Tuesdaj'-, with a full load of pipe and machinery for the Picacho Gold Mining Co., and returned Thursday. The Captain went up again yesterday with the steamer Gila, with a full cargo for the same parties. Hon. M. J. Nugent received a new assortment oi iurniture for the Custom House, Friday, of which he will take charge July 1st. It is a very fine set, and looks as if the ex-Councilman intended to en joy nimselr. The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard,' A (kOocI Well. Mr. J. D. Duncan sunk a well on his place with the most satis factory results. At five feet he struck hardpan or clay, which shows how deep, the water for ir rigation will go. Then the well went through a strata of coarso white beach sand tor six or seven feet, through bluo gravel. At 15 feet a good vein of water was struck which at 30 feet seems to be inexhaustible) cold, pure, free from alkali or salt. The man in charge of the well-boring outfit says that it is the coldest and best water that he has struck east of the main range this side of San Diego. The results in the sinking of this well proves that good water caii be had on the Algodones laud grant tract. The Colorado River Irrigation Co., through its Secretary, Harry Carpenter, yesterday, sent Black Maloviso grapes from John Gan- dolfo's garden, the Early Scliliesler from J. W. Dorrington's, the Black Hamburg from Mrs. J. H. Tag gart's, and the Rose of Peru from the garden of Abram Carpenter, both to Denver and New York, in ten pound boxes. Also some very fine figs of the second crop, and some fine limes from J. W. Dor rington's garden. The company will ship some very fine musk melons east and west toda7. Yuma is at tne. iront as usual, witn ner early fruits and vegetables. Wong Lee has bought out the German Family Restaurant on Main street, where he will serve good meals for 25 cents and better ones for 35 cents. He will always try to please his patrons and give them the best there is in the mar ket. Wong Lee will open his new acquisition to-morrow morning in grand st3rle: The deeds for the right of way for the new levee, which were sent to Col. W. H. H. Benyuard, have been returned and put on record. The advertisement for bids, for building the levee, will soon be published. The work will prob ably be done next fall, as soon as the hot weather is over. Goe3 the story of the cxelleuce of Hood's Sarsaparilla and what it has accomplished, and this is the strong est advertising which is done on behalf of this medicine. We endeavor to toll honestly what Hood's Sarsaparilla is and what it will do," but what it has done is far more important and far more potent. Tcs unequalled record of cures is sure to convince thoso who have never tried Hood's Sarsaparilla that medicine. it is an exellent W. O. Huson of Phoenix has opened a jewelry store, next to O'Toole's Hall. Whole barley, 14 cents, Yuma Tiiimhpr fin Chas. Teostman was sentenced to 15 days in jail by Judge Duke for disturbing the peace. Diseases of Eye and Ear. Erroi-3 of refraction corrected and proper glasses prescribed. Ancil Martin, M. D. Phoenix, Arizona. E. M. Baker, of the Baker Iron Works in Los Angeles, arrived in town Sunday evening, and left Monday, overland, for the Picacho gold mines, where he has a con tract for erecting the machinery for the Picacho Gold Mining Com pany. As a blood-purifier, the most eminent physicians prescribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It is the most powerful combination of veg etable alteratives ever offered to tho public. As a spring and family medicine, it may be freely used by old and young alike. Hon. Francisco Estudillo, the new agent of the Yuma Indians, has been in Yuma for the past three days, posting himself as to their wishes, wants and necessities. Mr. E. is a plain, practical, well posted man, having been born in Southern California, where he has always lived. ESeo'aru oi" iiilsnen? for Ou- As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the v.-hole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury,, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In uuymg Hall s Uatarrn Uures be sure 3'ou get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co., Testimonials frece. fgbolcl by druggists, price toe. per bottle. Jose M. Napoleon, while on his wav to Chas Baker's Meat Market on Wednesda' morning about o clock, discovered smoke issuing from the sawdust piled up against Gandolfoct Sanguinetti'slime house on Second street. He went to the buildinsr and discovered that the fire was well under way. He at once seized a bucket, and with the help of Frank Redondo, put out th e fire. In the lime house, there wa s stored, only temporarity, several boxes of giant powder, some kegs of black powder, and a box of caps. Had the fire reached the powder, the town would have got a good shaking up. The fire, it is thought was caused by some boys, who the night before, were burning fire crackers on and near the pile of sawdust. Napoleon and Redondo, deserve credit for their success in putting out the fire. The Sisters, at the Convent, will hold a fair at the Court house, Friday ovening, June 30th, for the benefit of the hospital. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock. The fair will open at 7:30, booths will be furnished with flowers, fancy needle work, ice cream, lemonade, and a Post office. There will also be nne music. Admission 25 cents. Rich, red blood as naturally re sults from taking Hood's Sarsa parilla as personal cleanliness re sults from free use of soap and water. This great purifier thor oughly expels scrofula,' salt rheum and all other impurities. Hood's Pills are easy, yet efficient- victoria, the beloved wite oi our well-known citizen Mariano Ayala, died last night at 11 o'clock, after long and severe illness, aged 46 years. She was one of the most respected, among the old settlers in Yuma. She leaves a husband, two sons, and four daughters to mourn her loss, and who have the heart felt sympathy of the entire community. The funeral will take place from the Catholic church this afternoon at 4:30. Hon. G. W. Norton, General Superintendent of the Mohawk Uanal and lniDrovement uo., was in town yesterday. He feels en thusiastic over the prospects in tho Radiant mine, situated six miles north of the Mohawk Canal and ten miles from Tacna, on the S. P. R. R., on the north side of the Gila river, at the south end of the Castle Dome range of moun tains. The shalt is U ieet in depth at the bottom, of which they OI the Agony Those who Suffer from ScrofuSa Of Hood's Sarsaparilla Purifies Soothes, Heals, CURES. 1 Mr, T. F. Jolmson San Jose, Cal. I havo for many years been a great sufferor from SCEC2?Uff.A breaking out on my arms and legs ; they were covered with eruption and sores, dincfcarginjj all tho time. I tried very many medicines and consulted physicians far and near, but constantly grew worse. I havo taken but three bottles of Hood's Sarsapa- rilla for rheumatism, and lm derived so much benefit from it that she declares there- is no other medicino on earth. Wo would not bo without it in the house if It cost3 S20 a bottle." T. Varley Joien'sox, San Jose, CaL N. B. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's Pills act easily, yet .promptly and efficien on tho liver and bowels. 25c. have nine feet, of ore, which U said to be very rJch, and believed to -be a second bonanza. The owners of the mine are Geo. Y. Norton, Geo. T. Martin and Chris Horner. Messrs. E. A. and Al. Seegar, two well-known locomotive En gineers on the S. P. R. R. at El Paso, Texas, have purchased 20 acres each, on the Algodones, land grant, tract, and are having it cleared off and will put it into al falfa at once. Both are very pleas ant gentlemen to meet. E. -M. Hadden, the young man shot accidentally with a pistol which fell from the hands of Capt. J. A. Mellon, did not die as was reported. The last news from him is that he was getting along nicely with good prospects of recovering. Capt. and Mrs. Mellon were with him, doing all that they could for his comfort. Judge Curtiss H. Lindley, one of San Francisco's ablest lawyers, spent several days in town this week on legal business. The Judge was well pleased with the iuuire prospects or luraa. It is seldom that we are permitted to meet a more pleasant and agree able gentleman than the Judge. H. W. Blaisdell picked ripe grapes in J. W. Dorrington's gar den Saturday, June 10th. The grapes in Mrs. Taggart's and John Gandolfo's gardens are fit for the Afflicts half the American people yet there- la only one preparation cf Sarsaparilla that acts on tho bowels and reaches this important trouble, and that i3 .Toy'3 Vegetable Sarsaparilla. It re lieves it in 21 hours, and an occaslonaldosopre vcnt3 return. Wo refer, by permission, to C. E. Ellington, 125 Locust Avenue, Sau Francisco; J. n. Brown, Petaluma, Cal.; II. 8. Winu, Geary Court, S.F., and hundreds of others who have used it in constipation. Ono letter is a sample of hundreds. Elliingron, writes: " I havo been for years subject to bilious headaches and consti pation, nave been so bad for a year back havo had to take a physic every other night or clee I would have a headache. Ono bottle of J. V. S.f put me in splendid shepo. It positively controls constipation." Vegetable &as,sapasrS22a As J V. S. 13 positively the only Sarsaparilla compounded to control constipation, insist on 3 oy'a or.d don't bo talked into tahiu any other. For Sale by Gonder & Co. STIPATON. WHY Pay 20 to 50 percent more for your groceries -when you can get them that much cheaper from u&. ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF A j)S&p& ana in-ware, Agate-ware and Crockery. Gristzioe attlieseprices BITTERS. Ter bot Hostetter's (genuine) SOc Hop Bitters . 80u Oraiigo Blossom Bitters SOc Per doz ?D 00 D 00 BEEF. Extra Family, J bbl 83 50 Extra Mess, A bbl 0 Oo Smoked, eastern cured 14 CITRON AND LEMON PEEL. 11) lOttW 25s. Leghorn Citron 20c 20c ISc Lemo.i Peel 15c 14c 14c Orange reel ISc 17c 16c CURRIE POWDER. Cross & Blackwell's qts $85 Cross & Blackwell's small 20 doz $9 00 doz 2 20 CONDENSED MILK. Per can, Per doz. Per Case. S7 50 Anglo-Swiss 20c 82 00 Columbian 12Jc 1 50 Ea;:lc Brand ISc 2 15 S 25 7 00 Highland 15c 1 SO Condensed Cotfeo 40c 4 50 CHOCOLATE. Per lb. 40c 21c Per doz. S4 50 2 35 Vanilla Chocolate. . . Gliiradulli's Eaule. " Ground Chocolate, in Mb cans 25c 2 85 7 Baker's Eagle -. 22c 2 00 Baker's Broma 45c 5 40 Unsweetened Chocolate 45c 5 00 Kophta, a fine chocolate 45c 5 00 STARCH. Laundry 121b boves S5c Laundry, OH) boxes 45c Laundry, lib papers c Laundry, loose 7c Kingsford's Laundry, Clb box COc Kingsford's Corn, IB) pkge 10o Celluloid Laundry Starch, lib papers 10c Corn Starch, lib papers 7c TAPIOCA. lOibs.' 251bs. 5oibs. I'earl Tapioca SOc. 115. 2 25 Flake Tapioca 50c 1 15 2 25 Sago 50e 1 15 2 25 Don't forget to send for '-bU: in other, gardens v in town ll'.i-y :,.re nearly ready- for the tabic- The bV.iliestcr. J Hack Ham burg and Black MaIovo3e take the lead' , i The S. P. U.K. will sell round trip tickets on July tsf. 2d and 3d, from and to-any Station on the line, at one fare for. the round trip, the tickets to be good until aud in- j eluding July Gih. j Julius Denhart and Co. have sold out their restaurant to Wong Lee. r Bronct x "I never realized the good of a medi cine so much as I have in the last few mouths, during which time I have suf fered intensely from pneumonia, followed fcy bronchitis. After trying various rem edies without benefit, I began the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and the effect has been marvelous, a single dose re lieving me of choking, and securing a good night's rest." T. A. Higginbotham, Gen. Store, Long Mountain, Va. unppe "Last Spring 1 was taken down with la grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and so difficult was my breathing that my breath seemed as if confined in an iron cage. I procured a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I began taking it than relief fol lowed. I could not believe that the ef fect would bo so rapid." W. H.Williams, Cook City, S. Dak. ung Trouble "For more than twenty-five years, I was a sufferer from lung trouble, attend ed with coughing so severe at times as to cause hemorrhage, tho paroxysms fre quently lasting three or four hours. I was induced to try Ayer's Cherry Pec toral, and after taking four bottles, was thoroughly cured. I can confidently recommend this medicine." Franz Hof mann, Clay Centre, Kans. CSierry Pectoral Prepared by Dr. J.C.Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Price $1 ; six bottIea,$5. Prompt to act, sure to cure Yuma Restaurant, NEAR THE COtjET HOUSE, (TISE Xj"K"F!, Frop., Oysters in any style. Spring chicken on order. Porterhouse and Mushrooms. . .75c Porterhouse and eggs 50c Tenderloin and eggs ".50c Sirloin and eggs . . . ; 35c Plain steak and eggs 25c Half chicken 50c Ham and eggs 25c Bacon and escs 25c Coffee and cakes 10c Fish and game in season. Bread, cake and pies for sale. Ice cream every day. Lunches put up to order. Meals at all hours, day and rfight. Private rooms for ladies. an TOBACCO. Perlb 2 Jib box 41c 241b box 41c 303b box 29c 20fi box SOc 10tt pails 65c 291b box 4Sc 30Bbox 42c 141b box C5c Per lb ISlb lots 6Cc 11 blots 56c 131b lots 76c Liggett i Meyer's Star 42c Horse Shoe brand 42c Jolly Boy SOc Hargrove's Peach Brand 55c Fine Cut, Che.wing 75c Lorillard's Bullion 50c Lorillard's Climax, 16 oz 43o Peiper Heidseick, per lb 70c smokixo. pluu rer lb. J. B. Pace's Scroll Tag 70e J. B. Pace's Sun Tag 60c J. B. Pace, cable coil SOc Eagle Bright, 6-in twist, per lb, 50c. Box of 10 and 17 lbs, 47c per lb This is extra good value. GRANULATED. sxokixu. Per lb. Per lb Blackwell's Durham, 1 lb b?s . 55c 251b lot3 53c Blackwell's Durham, Is 60c 251b lots 55c Blackwell's Durham, Jt 6S'c 251b lots 63c Briar Pipe, lib cartoons 50c 51b lots 47c Briar Tipe Tobacco, equal to Durham in quality. Every 1 lb. package contains a genuine Briar Root Pipe. PLUG CUT. smokixo. Per lb. Per lb ' Echo Plus Cut COc 51b lots 55c Seal of North Carolina 65c " 60c J. B. Place's" Mastiff C5c 60c Pride of the Coast 40c " 33c We guarantee the Pride of the Coast equal to any in the market. Send us 7c in stamps and we will mail you a 2 oz. jackage for a sample. TACKS. 4, 0, S, 10, 12 and pxgs per pkg 3c; por doz 30c STOVE POLISH. Dixon's per cake ,.... 05 Rising Sun, per cake .,, 05 Jet Black, large size, 5c each; dca. 50 Euamelinc, each, 5c; doz 55; our Caniplete Price List Sacramento, OaJL 11III1F1 and isiiiiiiifi IMJi iSi iAli &3 it 2Ufc LBS It tZf DEALERS IN ROHAN We wish to respectfully inform tho public that i?e tits daily receiving NEW BUFPUEB w tWWMl 11? I iftiBfEJii -AND- PROVISIONS Our stock ia fully asasrted and wellselec cd, consisting of DRY t GOODS'; FANCY GOODS, Clotiiin LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. i GENTS AND BOYS fUEEfJSWARE, WOODEN WARE and WILLOW-WARE. PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,' Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Dotiiea tic Wines and Liquors, Milwau kee and St.' Louis fleer.' The continuous increase of our trade is sufficient guarantee that "the. public is fully, convinced of our fair and honest dealings. GOODS ARE DELIVERED A'f DEPOT AND ALL PARTS OF THE TOWN FREE OF CHARGE. CAPPED eOODS OF ALL KINDS; DRIED " ? . andPRESES : VED FRUITS and JELLIES, SOAPS, and CONFECTIONERY, Attached to our store vre have a first-class Conducted by a No. 1 baker. Oi-der promptly tilled. MEDICIN s, H GENERAT .