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VOL. XXII. 1893. NUMBER 36, THE AfiiZONft SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY JJ . W. fiORItIiV45TiV, Prop SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months, - - - - - 1 50 One Year. - - - 3 00 ADVERTISING RATES made known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona, Tiiin nmrn is kept on file at E. inlO rflrLll Dake'a Advertising Affencv. 64- and 65 Merchants Exchange ?an Fraucisco, California, where contracts for advertising can. be made tor it. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL OFFICERB. C67GU0B Tj. C HUGHES SECRETARY C. M. BRUCE Auditor H C BOONE Attorsky Gekeral FRANK J. HENEY SmrrvoR Oexkral C. A. MANNING Teeaborer .-; J- A. FLEMING Brpr. op Public Instruction.. . .F. J. NETHERTON Peleoate to Coxoress .M. A. SMITH Srrr. Territorial Prisox THOMAS GATES TUCSON LAND OFFICE. Ssojstee HERBERT BROWN Receiver ; C. R.DRAKE cccktv officers. District Judqe A. C. BAKER Clerk of District Court C. H. BRINLEY JOHN G ANDOLFO. Chairman, R.M. Supervisors J-SXRAUS3 and B. A. HARASZTHY Clerk of Board of Supervisors... J. L. REDONDO Probate Judge & Suit. Schools, F.L. EVVKSG Sheriff, Tax Col'r and Assessor. -M. GREENLEAF Under-sheriff FRANK BURKE District-Attcrnet CALVERT WILSON Treasurer ALTHEE MODESTI Recorder JAMES L. POWELL Surveyor J.B.MaRTIN Countt Physician. P. G- COTTER precinct officers, 1 . GEO. A. DUKE !,,ct;MO nf th Ppane V AND I IRA MABBETT O. M. THURLOW. Trustees of Yuma School DIs. FREDLEY and I. LEVY ) M. J. NUGENT. United States Custom House f Deputy Collector - city officers, Mayor A. FRANK ) CHAS. BAKER, S. S. GILLESPIE Caiincilmen 5-W. T. GONDER and FRED J FREDLEY. Assessor J. M MOLINA Treasurer JCHN GANDOLFO Marshal T. D. LOCKWOOD RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 p. m., daily. Sundays from 1U:4U to 1:40 p; m: and 5;S0 to 6:30 p. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:00 p. M. West-bound mail, closes at . . . 6:00 A. M. Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting Satnrdavs. when it closes at 3 p. m. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun davs. Mail from Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Jb ndays it 7 A. m., and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays. F. L. EWING, P. M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets overv Tnesdav 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. LLSON, CALVERT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1 V U XVT V , -fiL.. T. JgllELD, GEO. H., M. D. Formerly Surgeon of U. S: Army. Special attention to SURGERY AND CHRONIC DISEASES. Yuma, : : Arizona. . S. SMITH. D. D. S., 3DE3XTTIST. Regular visits to Yuma every 60 days. "j NIGHT, GEO. M.t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office.) Yuma, : : : Arizona. J)ORRINGTON, J.W. REAL ESTATE AND SEARCHER OF RECORDS. (Sentinel Office.) Yuma, : : Arizona. "gWING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC AND PROBATE JUDGE. Yuma, Arizona. JQUKE, GEO., v -4 real estate and general brokerage, money loaned. Yuma, : : Arizona. J3URDY, SAMUEL, DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Special attention to Land Business. Yuma,.' - -' - Arizona,' Tax-payers Who Have Been Added to on the Assess ment Roll. Office of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yuma, A. T., Yuma, A. T., July 21, 1893. In compliance with Sec. 28, Para graph 2654, of the Revised Statutes of the Territory of Arizona: Notice is hereby given to all per sons the valuation of whose property has been added to on the assessment roll of the county of Yuma, A. T., and who have not appeared before the Board and a list of all property, the valuation of which has been added to on the assessment roll with the amounts so added the owners of which have not appeared before the Board and may appear before said Board on the 28th day of August, 1893, and upon maKing affidavit that ho or they had no knowledge of such increased valuation of his or their property, he or they shall have a hearing before said Board on said day towit: Andrade, G., proposed raise, lot 5, blocK 24 724 oo Poula, M de Amavisca, pro posed raise, lot 11, block 24 515 oo Conception, Armenta. propos ed raise, lot lo, blocK 24. 50 oo Conception, Armenia, pro posed raise on improve ments, lot 10, blocK 24. . 00 00 Altamirano, j M, proposed raise on 15 head of cattle 15o oo Arriola, j, proposed raise on 1-9 of lot 1, blocK 9.... 51 oo Auld, W, proposed raise, lot 3, block 96 25 oo Alvarado, j M, proposed raise, lot 12, blocK 19 4oo oo Alvarado, Mrs j M, propos ed raise, lo head of horses 25o oo Alvarado, Mrs j M, proposed raise 11 o head of cattle lloo oo Santos Bedoy, proposed raise on 30 head of cattle 300 00 Santos Bedoy, proposed raise on improvements on lot 7, block 25 25 00 Baker, Chas. proposed raise on one wagon 10 00 Baker, Mrs Chas proposed raise on 25 head of cattle 250 00 Baker, Mrs Chas proposed raise on lot 13, block 12. 50 00 Baker, Mrs Chas proposed raise on lot 3, block 95 . 50 00 Baker, Mrs Chas proposed raise on lot 4, block 95 . . 50 00 Brinley, C H proposed raise on lot 11, block 14 298 50 Beltran, Santiago proposed raise on lot 11, block 19. 179 00 Bruns, Henry proposed raise on merchandise 400 00 Burkhalter & Mitchell, pro posed raise on lot 1, block 140 182 00 Barlow, J W proposed raise on lot 6, blocK 14 250 00 Boxin, Mary proposed raise on furniture 25 oo Boxin, Maiy proposed raise on improvements on lot 5, block 7 100 00 Chaucott, J M proposed raise on lot 3, block 24 185 50 Chaucott, J M proposed raise on lot 2, block 24 702 00 Coe, Earl B. proposed raise on.Algodones Grant. . 20,000 00 Coz, Andreas proposed raise on 6 head of cattle .... 60 00 Casares, A proposed raise on 15 head of cattle 150 00 Clark, L. B. proposed raise on improvements on landlOOO 00 Oavaroe, F proposed raise on lots 5, 6, and 7, block 2. : 405 00 Connor, Mrs O Y proposed raise on 5 head of cattle 50 00 Connor, C V proposed raise on improvements on lot 9, block 13 75 00 Flynn, Mrs Anni propos-d lot, 10, blocx 7 240 00 Delgado, Joaquin proposed raise on lot 6, block 23. 552 00 Delgado, Joaquin-proponed raise on improvements on lot 6, block 23 150 00 Delsado. Joaquin proposed raise on 14 head of cattle 110 00 Daniel, .Martina proposed rais.j on lot 8, block 16. 116 00 Daniel, O proposed raiscon lot 9, block 18 257 00 Daniel, O proposed raise on lot 7, block 16 14 00 Daniel, O proposed raise on 16 head of cattle. . 160 00 Dickinson, W H proposed raise on merchandise. 100 00 Dickinson, W H proposed raise on store buildings 150 00 Dickinson, W H proposed raise on two head of horses 50 00 Dickinson, W H proposed raise on one wagon ... 25 00 Doneroly, O F proposed raise on lot 10,block 10 33 00 Daniel, Jesus proposed raised on merchandise 200 00 Daniel, Jesus proposed raised on 25 head of cattle 250 00 Doten, James Estate of proposed raise on lot 20, block 9 100 00 Doten, James Estate of proposed raise on ma chinery and tools 100 00 JW Dorrington, raised on lot 2, block 7 8185 00 J W Dorrington, reduced on part of lot 17,block 7 70 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 13, block 9 82 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 14, block 9 82 00 J W Doraington, raised on lot 16, block 9 22 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 7, blocks 35 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 8, block 8 50 50 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 1, block 10 211 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 7, block 14 197 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 12, block 19 106 00 J W Dorrington, raised on lot 2, block 14 184 50 Dorrington & Lambrie, list ed Princess mine, Silver District '. 500 00 Esquer, Dolores proposed raise on lot 11, block 9 116 oo Ewing F. L. proposed raise on lot 12, block 9. 56 00 Flynn, Mrs M proposed raise on lot 4, block 19 160 00 Fredley, Fred proposed raise on lot 9, block 2. 145 00 Field, Geo H proposed raise onlot 3,block 21 1,160 00 Farmers' Canal Company, proposed raise on 8 miles of canal 800 00 Frank, A proposed raise on lot 3, block 14.... 200 00 Frank, A proposed raise on lot 4, block 14 156 00 Gonzales, Francisco pro posed raise on 10 head of cattle 100 00 Goiler, Antone proposed raise lot 3, block 15.. 136 00 Green, A O proposed raise on lot 8, block 2.... 145 00 Godfrey, J H proposed raise on lot 2, block 13 111 00 Gillespie, S S proposed raise on furniture 450 00 Gonzales, Francisco pro posed raise on 5 head of cattle 50 00 Humphrey, A proposed raise on lot 3, block 17 157 00 Hodges Bros, proposed raise on merchandise. 200 00 Hartlee, B F proposed raise on lot 1, block 8 44 00 Mayes, Ed. proposed on lot 6, block 7 60 00 Ma'es, Ed proposed raise on improvements on lot 6, block 7 200 00 Horner, Chris proposed raise on lot 2, block 17 236 00 Horner, Chris, proposed raise on machinery and tools 75 00 Hicks, L A proposed raise on-E Sec. 27, Tp. 7 5, R 16 W 320 acres 960 00 Imperial, A proposed raise on 15 head of cattle. . 150.00 Iaeger, L J F proposed rai?e on wa'ch 25 00 Lveirer, h J F proposed raise :n jewel iy 15 00 Iaeger, LrJ F raice on lot 6, ' block 20.... ...... 310 00 Johnson, John proposed raise on 5 head of cattle 50 00 Lsvy, Isaac proposed raise on merchandise 1,000 00 Lev j 1 proposed raise on furniture. . . . . Lovv,' 1 proposed 25 00 raised .on jeviilery and plate ' 25 00' Levy, I, proposed raise on 25 head of cattle 250 00 Levy, I raise on lot 1 block 21 1,168 5o Levy, I proposed raise on im provements on lot . 1, block 21 4oo Levy, 1 propesed raise on lot 4, block 15 37o OO oo Levy &, Co., proposed raise on merchandise 250 00 Leivas, -Ooncepcion proposed rai3eon lot 8, block 12. . 168 oo Lopez, Dolores proposed raise on lot 10, block 18 24 Oo Lorona, J M proposed raise on 10 head of cattle. ... loo oo Lorona, j M proposed raise on lot lo block 19 112 Lorona, j M proposed raise on improvements on lot 10, block 19 25 oo oo Lopez, Santiago proposed raise on 5 head of cattle. 5o oo Moliuo, M L proposed raise on 10 head of cattle 100 00 Molino, M L proposed raise on part of lot 1, block 11 215 00 McClees, Juan proposed raise on 12 head of cattle Q0 00 Molino, j M proposed raise on 10-12 of lot 1, block 6, 2082 50 Molino j M nroDOseri raise on improvements on lot 1, block 6 716 oo Molino, j M proposed raise on lot 7, block 19 313 oo Molino, j M proposed raise on lot 6, blocK 13 270 oo Molino, j M proposed raise on lot 22, block 9 loo oo Molino, J M proposed raise on part of lot 3, block 26 75 00 Molino, J M proposed raise on lot 2, block 15.... 190 00 Molino, J M proposed raise on lot 15, block 24. . . . 100 00 Molino, J M proposed raise on lot 2 block 26 566 00 Molino, Miguel proposed raise on 10 head of cattle 100 00 Muzzy, H S proposed raise onlot 2, block 3 300 00 Morales, j M proposed raise on lot 9, block 19 136 00 Monroy, M proposed raised on lot 4, block 24... . 188 00 Mendez, j proposed raise on lot 1, block 7 120 00 Mendez, Romalda proposed raised on lot 4, block 8 13 00 Mendez, Romalda proposed raise on 5 head of cattle 50 00 Martinez, j proposed raise on lot 2, blocK 21 712 00 Martin, George proposed raise on lot 9, block 25 50 00 Martin, George proposed raise on lots 11, and 12 block. 137 50 00 Nelson j C proposed raise on S W i, S 7, T 6, S R 11, W 160 acres 280 00 Nugent, M j proposed raise i on lot 10, block 14... 300 00 Noriega, Bros, proposed raise on Improvements on land 130 00 Noriega, Bros, raise on 1 wagon 15 00 Noriega, Bros, proposed raise on 2, horses .... 50 00 Noriega, Juan proposed raise on lot 2, blocK 16. 187 00 Neahr, Freesom proposed raise on 1-9 lotl, block 12 .51 00 Neahr, Freecome proposed raise on 1-9 lot 1, block 12 ' '. . 51 00 Neahr, Freeling proposed raised on 1-9 lot 1, blccK 12 51 00 Neahr, Charles proposed raise on 1-9 lot 1, block 12 :. 51 00 Neahr, Mary proposed raise on 1 9 lot 1, block 12. 51 00 Neahr, Harry proposed raise on lot 5, block 23 640 00 Naylor, Mrs C W proposed raise on lot 14, blocs 24 60 00 Olea, j M proposed raise on lot 1, block 16 172 00 Ortiz, M proposed raise on lot 8, blocK 24 205 00 Orta, F proposed raise on lot 13, block 19 91 oo Post. Miss M E proposed raise on lot 7. block 12 147 oo Polhamus. Isaac, proposed raise on lotl, block 13 290 00 Polhamus and Mellor, proposed raise on steamer Mohave' 1900 00 Ringwald, G.- A proposed raise on lot 7, block 10 Ramirez, Carmen proposed raise on lot S, block 9 Ramirez, Carmen proposed raise on lot 5, block 13 Ragel, Annis proposed raise on lots 12, 13 and 14, block 2, Rios, Jesus proposed raise on 15 head of cattle Silvas, Rosa, proposed raise on lot 7, block 9 Stofella, John proposed raise on part of lot 1, block 11 Stofella, John, proposed raise on lot 9, block 24 Southwell, George proposed raise 100 00 I 110 00 100 00 100 00 150 00 50 00 170 60 120 00 on house on Government land 50 00 Sumner S, proposed raise on lot 23, block 9 Martin, A E proposed raise on one wagon Martin, A E proposed raise on four horses Martin, A E proposed raise on 10 head of cattle Martin, A E proposed raise on farming utensils Sancliec, D proposed raise on lot 1, block 116 S PR R Co, proposed raise on lots 13 to 1G, block 23 S P R R Co, proposed raise on 150 00 25 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 blocks 56, 57, 58 and 59 240 00 SP R R Co, proposed raise on blocks 85, 89. 90 and 91 240 00 S P R R Co, proposed raise on block 93 S P R R Co, proposed raise on block 94 Taggart, Mrs J H proposed raise on lot 4, blcck 11 Toledo, Manuel proposed raise on 15 head of cattle Beuegas, B proposed raitc on one wagon Benegas B proposed raise on two horses Valesco, M proposed raise on 55 head of cattle Welz, Mike, proposed raise on 240 00 120 00 448 50 150 00 25 00 40 00 550 00 merchandise Willis, O H proposed raise on lot 4, block 16 Yuma Water and Light Company proposed raise on lot 4, block 2 Zabala, J proposed raise on lot 6, block 20 Zabala, Juan proposed raise on 10 head of cattle 100 00 15S 00 250 00 335 00 100 00 By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. J. L. REDONDO, Clerk of said Board. Currier's European Hotel. Chicago, (formerly the St. Charles) has 150 newly fitted rooms. Cen tral location. No advance during the Fair. It will pay to engage in advance. $1.00 per day. Cur rier & Judd, Proprietors, 15 and 17 S. Clark St., Chicago. John Jones, came down from the Gold Rock mine and spent Monday in town. He said that the com pany is driving the work on the new mill and pipe line as rapidly as posible. They now expect to start the mill by September first S. B. Lidy, came down from the South Gila Canal dam, Sunday. He says that they are crowding the work on the dam as fast as material can be had. Some delay was experienced in waiting for the machinery for the tramway. Ayer's Hair Vigor Makes the hair soft and glossy. "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for nearly five years, and my hair is moist, glossy, and in an excellent state of pres ervation. Iam fortyyears old, and have ridden the plains for twenty-five years." Wm. 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 ota natural color." H. E. Basliam, McKinney, Texas. er'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, hut without success, till at last I 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. er's Hair Vigor Prevents hair from turning gray. "My hair was rapidly turning gray and falling out; one bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor has remedied the trouble, and my hair is npw- its original color and full ness." B,.Onkrupa, Cleveland, O. Prepared by J)r. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lo.weJJ, irai' Bold by Druggists and rerfuwers Highest of all in Leavening ' ' aWmiily pure From T2tc Great Valley. Bert. Hewins, in charge of Johnson & Roberts cattle at Island laKes, on Carter river this aide of Indian Wells, and north of the boundary linp, ar rived in town Tuesday. He came through direct from, New river and Salton laKe, Via "Mesquit laKe. He says that Carter river has filled all of thelaKes, ponds, and old reservoirs, its entire length, clown to Salton laKe and a good stream of water is still C. iV ... XT - luiiuij in mo river. iew river is running a large stream of water over the divide and on down towards Sal ton- It carries from three to four times as much water as the Carter river does. Nearly all of the low lands have been overflowed. Grass and calite are very fine, Cattle are fat and sleeK and never were doing better. Water and feed are abundant all over the great valley of the Colo rado, and the season promises to be one of the best aeen for years. In coming through the New river coun try, Mr. H. says, that he rode through green grass as high as his horse's bacK. This speaKs well for the great so-called Colorado desert, which is all a mith. A Leader. Since its first introduction. Electric Bit ters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonic3 and alteratives con taining nothing which permits its use as a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ail ments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will cure sick Headache, Indigestion, Con stipation, and drive Malaria from the sys tem. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only 50c. per bottle. Sold by W. T. Gonder & Co., druggist3. Among the beautiful gardens in Yuma, now hanging full of our early fruits, are those of Jesu3 Redondo, E. J, Andrade, Mrs. Juana Smith, I. Levy, Judge Brinley, John Gandolfo, Mrs. Dr. Taggart and J. W, Dorrington. Mrs. H. S. Muzzy has some of the finest clusters of grapes in town. Syrup or fc'ass. Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs 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 second kiln of brick burned -by the Cooper Bro3. arc pronounced to be ex cellent brick. The fact that (ir3t class brick can be made in Yuma, and good lime burned near by is of great in tercst to those who contemplate building. Whole barley, 1-i cents, Yuma Lumber Co THE SOUTH JM YUMA COTCWTY, AMIZOWA' overnmem Lands with Cheap Water Rights,1 o The contract for the construction of the dam and entire canal to Texas Kill, within sixty miles of 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 onterprise opens up for settlement. m Of t In the thermal belt of the Southwest where can be grown. ORANGES, LEMONS, LIMES, FIGS, OLIVES, DATES. I . A. and all the best varieties f ! siduous fruits and grapes a full mn4h earlier tha'n in Catfrbnaa. The Southern Pacific Railroad runs twenty miIi.-S ' Ihruugh lh. center of the lands covered by tha canal thus iviii irfttgml . transit; ; to the markets of the world both Bast ai!d West. ' ' J ' For further particulars apply U ... UNDSR.WOOD uS-tfjgoK -I,"' " Power. Latest U. S. G ov t Report. The Los Anereles Porcnmnn in snAfllrtnrr of the action of it3 Board of Equalization says: "The Supervisors instead of reduc ing the telephone monopoly's assessment, raised it 20.000 and the monopoly will now have to pay taxes on 166,4S5. Good for District Attorney Dillon who demanded an advance when the monopoly wanted to escape its fair sharo of taxation." Two of Yuma County's Supervisors, seemed to be of the same opinion of the Los Angeles Board. District Attorney Dillon is right and as a representative of the peo ple, elected by them, had a right to be heard, at least he had a3 much of a right to express his opinion, as did the paid at torneys of the corporation, that he wa3. fighting. The same i3 just as true of Yuma Connty, Guaranteed cufe. We authorize our advertised druggist to; sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon-this. condition. If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble', and will use this remedy as di rected, giving it a fair trial, and experi ence no benefit, you may return the bottle . and have your money refunded. Wc could, not make thi3 offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottle, free at W. T. Gonder & Co, 's Drug Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00. During the rains last week the following amounts in inches fell.. Tempe 3.23, Summit Ranch-2, Tuc son 1.65, Wilcox 1.6o, Texas Hill 1, Sentinel .5, Yuma .5, Tombstone in. July 3. In many other places the rains were very heavy. At Harqua Hal a, on Thursday last, one of the heaviest rains ever Known fell in. that section. The pchool house, and Juan Noriega's house, were washed down. BucRen's Arnica salve The Best Jalve in the world for Cuts r ct nt- ii o onuses. -;rf"3- ijiiihis. irriKiini. r Kvnr jorea Totter, Chapped Hinds, Chfibrains .Corns and all okm .hruptions, and positively cure Pile3 or no pay required. It is guarranteed. to give perfect satisfaction, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. for Sale by W.T. Gonder & Co. Chas. Bruno, is doing a land office business, carrying melons, in his little boat to Castle Dome and' way landings. O. C. Wilbur, came down from the Picacho gold mines and left for Riverside Sunday morning! - He? was quite unwell. C. L. Moreland, arrived from. Los Angeles, Sunday evening and left for the Picacho gold mines' Mondav. For Over a'ii'ty Sfcax-s An Old and Well-Tried Remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been-' used for over fifty years by millions of, mothers for their children while teething,' with perfect success. It soothes the child,, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures, wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diar rhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World., Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is", incalculable. Be sure and ask for .Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. GILA CANAL anas' i