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NOT THIi CHICAGO WAY.
kn ArtJst "Wno Couldn't Understand IVast ins: 2Iocpy on Telcscopc3. One of the foreign artists at present at work at the fair grounds accepted an invitation the other day to inspect the art collection of Mr. Charles T. Yerkes, says the Chicago correspondent of Town Topics. This particular artist is by lirth a Hollander, and is an ardent ad mirer of the Dutch school. After inspecting and admiring the contents of the art gallery in the cable railway magnate's Michigan avenue mansion, the artist told Mr. Yerkes of a magnificent picture that he knew of in Amsterdam, the price of which was unfortunately beyond the reach of any one man, but which he could not help thinking would prove a magnificent ad dition to the collection. "I do not know how rich a man you . are, Mr. Yerkes," he said, mournfully, "but 0, if you could only buy that work!" Mr. Yerkes asked the value of the picture, and the artist, with great deli cacy, declined to tell it to him in his own house, after receiving his hospi " tality, but said he would let hin know it at a future day. On leaving the house the American friend in whose company he had made the visit asked the artist what the price of this wonderful picture really was. "Oh, a fortune," was the reply, "sev eral fortunes well, say two hundred thousand francs." "Why, man," said the other, "that's nothing. Yerkes could buy ten pictures like it and not feel it. Why, do you know he has just given away a telescope -costing five hundred thousand dollars?" "Goot Got!" exclaimed the artist in "amazement, "what will you crazy Americans do next? Fancy spending five hundred thousand dollars to look at the heavens, when for two hundred thousand francs you could buy a picture like that to look at all the time!" TO CURB BRITISH SWEARING. -Ad Old Statute Against Trofanity Put In Force In 12n gland. Some time ago the suggestion was " made in one of the London newspapers that a society should be formed to sup press the growing evil and scandal of street profanity. It was generally ad mitted that English towns were dis gracefully preeminent in the matter of cursing and swearing in public places and that English street loafers pos sessed probably the foulest mouths in all Christendom. The proposal came to nothing for various reasons, one of which was that it would be as unpopu lar and dangerous to interfere with the English workmen's privilege to curse whenever he felt that way inclined as to meddle with his right to get drunk. It has been tardily discovered that the ' statute book actually contains an act passed in the reign of George II. "for the suppression of profanity," and the law was put in force the other day at WTehbech. The act is delightfully com prehensive, the only defect' being the absence of a schedule of oaths and an .-appraisement of their comparative wickedness. Penalties are imposed ac cording to the social position of offend ers. The scale is one shilling per oath when uttered by a laborer, two shil lings when the sinner is above a labor er and under the degree of a gen tleman, and five shillings when spoken by anyone above the de gree of a gentleman. The punishment is applicable whether the offense be committed in the public street or in a man's own house, which seems some what restrictive of the liberty of the subject and opens possibilities of do; mestic complications. The Wehbech case, however, was perfectly simple. The prisoner uttered four wicked words in the public street, and, being a mere laborer, was ordered to pay a shilling per oath and thirteen shillings costs. . DISTRESS IN ENGLAND. The Army Getting Eapldly Filled with Men Out of Work. Nine-tenths of those who enlist in the British army are driven to do so by extreme want. It is the last resource against starvation or the workhouse, and they take the oath to defend her most gracious majesty and frustrate her enemies as the only means of securing food and shelter. The magnitude of the present distress in Great Britain may therefore be realized when the offi cial returns show that recruiting for the army has not for many years past been so brisk as at the present moment; that all the cavalry regiments are over their -strength, and that the line regi ments are fast filling up. The supply is so great, indeed, that doctors and offi cers are steadily rejecting the weakly lads they were glad enough to secure a few months ago and are picking out just the sturdiest of the applicants. The residuum sink back to the slums and join that other great army, the unem ployed. The harvest of England's Christmas charity has failed to adequately relieve the multitude of destitute during the late bitter frost. Painful stories of patient suffering under the most distressing conditions are daily made known, and more than one cor oner's jury has of late returned a ver dict of death from destitution. Electricity for Den.f .Mutes. One of the recent medical applica tions of electricity is in the treatment of deafness. The apparatus for this purpose comprises a battery, a belt, an electrode supporter on the belt, and shaped to rest on the ear, and connec tions between the electrode and bat tery. This provides a convenient and efficient mode of receiving the current, which can be applied in finely graduated strength. Superintendent Johnson, of the deaf and dumb institute at Indian apolis, is reported as having found in a series of experiments that the phono graph concentrates the sound at the drum of the ear in such a way that many of the pupils, otherwise deaf, are thus enabled to hear. Out of fifty-six boys and girls, says the New York Telegram, only three girls were unable to hear anything at all, while forty could hear music and twenty-six could distinguish spoken words. Sees. ISccs, EBces. The Gila valley is the paradise for the honey bee. There is no in dustry pays better. It is claimed that in alfalfa fields each stand of bees will clear from $10 to $15. If you want to try the industry .you can purchase from five to fifty stands of the best bees by address ing H. L. , Star Office, Tucson. SOME STEANGE FISHES. Peculiarities of Recent Importa tions from Japan. The ParadIo Fish Its, Growth and Habits Cannibalistic Tendencies of the Mother Flah How It Should Bo Cared For. Recently some very curious nesfc- building fishes have been imported to this country from Japan, where they have been domesticated for many cen turies. The people of the mikado's em pire seem always to have been addicted to keeping finny creatures as pets, says an exchange. They may be said to have created the goldfish and the silver fish by propagating carefully selected freaks from common carp. In this way not only did they originally produce the brilliant hues which now adorn these fishes, but by breeding for such points they have obtained the varieties with triple tails, exaggerated fins and other peculiarities of high value in the market. Left to themselves the gold fish and the silverfish revert within a few generations to their pristine dull ness " of tint and commonplace form, and because they have been cared for so long they arc no more able to look out for themselves when liberated than canary birds are. ' Unlike goldfish, says the Chicago News, the newly imported "paradise fish" breeds in confinement, to which it seems to be much better adapted, being very tame, surprisingly intelligent and requiring ho change of water in the globe or aquarium, save a sufficient al lowance to make up for evaporation. However, it is chiefly remarkable for its nest-building habit. At the time of mating, the male, which is ordinarily of a dull-silver hue, exhibits brilliant stripes of red, blue and green, its ven tral fins showing streaks of bright est orange. When the female is about lay her eggs, he makes a nest at the bottom of the water, composed entirely of air bubbles. For this purpose he swallows air and ejects it in the shape of bubbles, which are held and made permanent by glutinous capsules from a secretion in the mouth of the fish. Thus a mass of them is got together. When the female lays her eggs she would devour them immediately, but the male will not permit her to do so. He takes them in his mouth, and, going beneath the nest, ejects them, when they rise and find a resting place among the bubbles. Or, sometimes, he will conduct his mate under the nest, so that the eggs as she lays them will ascend and lodge in the nest. The laying be ing concluded and all the eggs disposed of in this manner he keeps guard at the nest, not allowing the female to ap proach it and even attacking her fierce ly if she attempts to do so. At the same time he occupies himself continually in making fresh bubbles to take the place of those which burst, and at intervals he spouts streams of air around the nest, apparently for the purpose of keeping it thoroughly aerated. After about five days, during which this performance is kept up, the young are hatched out. They cannot swim, but cling like little tadpoles to the bubbles. If one falls to the bottom, as happens every now and then, the papa fish darts after it, takes it in his mouth and conveys it beneath the nest, and then disgorges it among the bubbles again. Tims he continues to take care of his offspring for several weeks, until they are able to look out for themselves. They grow fast in a globe and attain a length of about three or four inches. Care must be taken that the paradise fish be not exposed to cold, which readily kills them, whereas the goldfish is said to be so hardy in this respect that it will re cover health and animation after hav ing been frozen in ice. These finny nest-builders seem to be exclusively carnivorous, chopped angleworms being the most suitable diet for them, or, if they are not obtainable, raw beef cut fine. Any fancier can procure a pair to order, if he has them not in stock, and they will breed rapidly, producing half a dozen broods a year. SAUTS PRIMITIVE VILLAGERS. Carious Conditions Prevailing In a Bo mote Corner of the Island of Sardinia. -.-Not long ago the inhabitants of the town of Salti, in the island of Sardinia, petitioned the Italian government for a separate municipal existepce, it being a part of Budduso, which is forty miles away. A commission was sent to make inquiries, and this remarkable report was made: - . -' "Salti has no town council, no police, no clergyman, no physician. It pos sesses no post office, no church or chap el, no school, no registrar's office. On the maps of the kingdom, although it contains twelve hundred inhabitants, it is not marked, yet the state receives taxes from the people, but sends no tax collector to receive them. The tax payers journey sixty kilometres every eight weeks to pay taxes. Once a year in May all the children born during the year are taken to Budduso and there baptized. The dead are buried in the most primitive manner and without any trace of religious rites. Marriages are conducted on the same system without any formality or ceremony and are declared later on to the registrar or parish priest, sometimes long after they have be en blessed with issue. Vaccina tion and medicine are only known from hearsay. The children grow up with out schooling or instruction of any kind." Artificial Ice. The most approved methods of arti ficial ice making and cold storage will fye exhibited at the world's fair. These processes will be shown in a very fine building, 130x255 feet, and five stories high, with observatories at the corners and a lofty tower at the center. About eighty tons of ice will be manufactured daily, three methods being employed, namely: the plate system, from filtered water; the can system, from condensed steam filtered and purified, and the can system from deaerated water. Three different processes of cooling rooms will also be shown. University of Arizona. Third year begins Sept. 27, 1893. School of Agriculture, School of Mines and Preparatory course. Departments fully equipped in laboratories and apparatus. Tu ition Free. Board in Dormitory for limited number at cost. For information and catalogue, address University, Tucson, Ariz. 39-tf. James Milton, SHEET mon WORKER. Plumbing Promptly Attended to, and all Kinds of Job Work a Specialty. FOOT OF MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZONA. JAMES OOTENj Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Shop on Mam street. OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carnages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished? Charges Reasonable. CONTEST NOTICE. U. S. Land Office, Tucson Arizona, July 13th. 1S93 Complaint having been entered at this office by Charles Edwards against Elinor M. Stroud for failure to comply with the law as to timber culture entry No. SS5, dated May 20th, 1SS9 upon the Southeast of Section 20, Township 9 south, range 24 west, in Yuma County, Arizona, with a "icw to the cancellation of said entry; Con testant alleging that Contestec has not complied with the law, in this respect, that the said Elinor M. Stroud did not plow said land, or any part thereof, and has not planted to trees any part of said tract at any time since date of entry, to wit: May 20, 1SS9, up to and including this date. The Contestant having filed affidavit in this office, June 22nd, 1893, setting forth the fact that after using due diligence he is unable to get personal service upon the Contestec and asks that said service may be had by publication in the Yuma Sen ttnel, a paper published at Yuma. Arizona The same is hereby granted, and the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at the office of the clerk of the District Court, at Yuma, Yuma Co., Arizona, on the 1st day of September, 1S93, at 10 o'clock a. m.. to respond and furnish testimony concern ing said alleged failure. Hearing before Register and Receivcr'U S Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona, on the 8th day of September, 1893, at 2 o'clocl; p. m. HerbkrtPuown, Register Irrigation Bonds. , A SPECIALTY liUUUUT AJND SUL.D Timber Lands, Kanches, Mines, Farms and Or chards, Bought, sold and Exchanged . Correspondence Solicited. The London & Sax Fkaxcisco Real Estate & Investment Co. Room 12, 3rd Floor, Mills Bhlg, San Francisco. Cal $50.00 $50.00 FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD The South Gila Canal Company hereby offer a standing reward of Fifty (50.00) Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who shall, without the authority of the Company, remove, take away or destroy, any gate, drop, bridge, or other appurtenance to the South Gila Ditch, or who shall cut, break, or injure the dam or embankments of said Ditch, or obstruct, divert, or interfere with the (low of water in said Ditch, to the injury of the property, or the interests of the Company Dated Chrystoval, Jan. 27, 1S93. 10-tf O. F. Thornton, President. $75.Pto$250.2EASV3TH can be made working for us- Peisons pre ferrcd who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Sparc moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B F. JOHNSON & CO., 26th and Main St., Richmond, Va. aeo9actcoooece4 RIPANS a REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. BIPANS TABTJI.ES oro the best Med! cine known for Indigestion, Biliousness, Headache, Constipation, Dyspepsln, Ohronlo Liver Troubles, lilzxlncss, Bad Complexion, Dysentery, Offensive lircuth, and all dis orders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. RInans Tubules contain nothincr inlnrtous to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to UiKU, S2. J or Dy mall. Sample tree Dy man. Address r THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 9 5 10 EPRTJOE STREET, NEW "SORK CITY. City Meat Market. DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. 3VEaoLx2. Street. TSTiXTnXr JOHN STOFFELS, DEALER IN G-rooeries. Has on hand the choicest line of Nuts and Candies in town. Fresh and Dried Fruits, Choice Groceries, Tobacco and Cigars of the best quality. MADISON AVE., YUMA, A. T. NORTON'S STAGE LINE FOR 'Mohawk Yally. Leaves Mohawk forTacna sta tion every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p. m., connecting with train No. 19 at Tacna at 6:57. Leaves Tacna for Mohawk on same days as above mentioned after arrival of train No. 20. GEO. W. NORTON, Mohawk, A. T. : : Proprietor. Wanted. An ewrgntic man to manage a branch cf-ic-. Only a few dollars neeck'd. Salary to start, $75 per month and interest in the business. Tun Western Co., Kansas City. Mo. r a "s SENTINEL Published "Weekly in Yuma, is one of oldest and xnoai reliable newspapers of Arizona, devoted to the progress of the Territory in general and Yuma County in particular, . roll .j3.. Its columns will be devoted to fruit growing, farming mm ng, stock raising, irrigation and the opening , . up, settlement and development of the . . vast region of grand country that lies in Southern Arizona and its . . surrounding . country. o IT IS ONE OF THE OlilXEST PAPERS IN THE; Territory. It is the OLDEST and has the LARGEST CIRCULATION in the County. Th& Latest and Most Reliable News AI-. ways Given. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. ITS POLICY IS SURE TO PLEASE ALL FAIR MINDED READERS. The oldest and most influential; the largest and best weekly paper in Western Arizona, especially adapted to the needs of those who wish any information in re gard to the valley of the Colorado, the Nile of the West. It presents both sides of all matters pertaining to the public interest. It has no enemies to punish, no friends to pet, but treats all alike fair and truthful. " With Charily for all andMalice toward None." Subscribe for the SENTINEL, and keep posted as to what' is going on in Yuma County, one of the most favoredsections of Arizona. ONLY $3 PER YEAR. SJJMTJE3 3j IE! OOIEXIESS i'itEE. Address, - - J. V. DORRINGTON Yuma, Arizona. -OF- Every Description CI CUPI The Vegetable Vitnlizer, cures a'l nervousness or diseases of the tfeiierntive organs, such H3 l,t 33 :uiiiol, Sleeplessness, tired leeliujr, Pains in the Buck, Debility, Pimples, Headache, Seminal Weakness, IViijIi tlyKuiiH-sjont, Imnoleitcy, Despondency nud CoiiMtipatioii. Cures where nil else fails. The Doctor has discovered the active principle on which the vitauty of the sexual apparatus is dependent. The reason why sufferers are not cured by Dnvsicians and BEFORE medicine is because over Q0 per cent are troubled with Prostatitis, which Cumdenk is the only known remedy to cure the complaint without an operation. A written guarantee to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected by the use of six boxes. 1.00 a box, six for $5 Send for circular and testimonials. Address all mail orders to JDAVOIi MD1GLIV CO. P. O. Box 2070, S. F Cal. For Sale by W. T. GONDER &CO. SOUTHERN PaGIFIG C0S3PANY. COMMENCING i&onday Dec, S9, 1892. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA A3 follows: 5.P AA. M. (DAILY'S ) Mixed Train for Gila Bend. Mari copa, Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Deming and El Paso. 6 A f A. M. (DAILY) "SUNSET JttU EXPHESS" for Colton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. Connects at Colton for River side, lledlands and San Bernardino at Los Angeles for Santa Monica, Santa Ana, San Pedro and Long Beach. 5. X P- M. (DAILY) "NEW 0R JOO.LEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, Lords burg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans and East via the "Sunset Route." "Overland Tickets Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental ,g. Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arrange to join the Semi Monthly FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with T. B. WILKINSON, Agent. Depot, .... Yuma. T. II. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. yUSHA EXCHANGE, C. V, MEEDEN, PROP., MAIN STREET, near S. P. It. R. Depot Oiioics WINE, LIQUORS AND CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brands. NEATLY 3?xirnisliocl tut Rooms for the accomodation of the public. EVERYTHING FIH-ST-CXlASS in every respect and POPULAR PR 10 'US. Liber-all Mil ,23 AFTER 'HE U, G, M, THURLOW, PROP,, MADISON AVENUE, YUMA Keeps always on hand the choicest brands 0 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS AND Tables are supplied with Best the Market Affords Charley Young", PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUMA, A. T. Automatic WaterGate TO PREVENT OVERFLOW IN riffatlni Canals, eservoirs. The above cut illustrates an AUTOMATIC WATEIi GATE, to regulate and keep in subjection tho rise of water in canal, due to an over-abund ant flow, or to sudden rises in the canal owin-' to severe rains or storms. It is particularly valuablf to have such a Water Gate placed in lower bank of canal, at such points along its line Whero there are Ravines, Gullies, Arroyos, Foot Hills, Buttes, or Tableland, as any rains or storms bring down at such points a surplus of water that is very dangerous to the banks of canal. The Waste Gate, however, will prevent such damage, as it is SELF-ACTING AND A PERFECT SAFETY VALVE Relieving the canal, at short intervals, of its sur plus water, thus preventing the washing away of banks, and causing great damage generally, not alone to canal, but property owners all along the lino, who may suffer more or less damages there after for the want of water owing to tho damaged condition of canal, and while such repaiw are being made. Not only is it valuable to relieve canal of its surplus watar, to prevent damage and ex pense, but by its use the first cost of canal con struction will be materially lessened, as the banks need not be made so high or wide. The device is extremely simple, and compara tively inexpensive. Its plan of operation is this: There is a pipe fastened to an opening in the vertical gate, 1. When the body of water rises to tho level of the upper end of pipe, 2, water runs freely into the tank, 3, which is immediately filled, thus overbalancing the weight, 4, which i3 on the other end of lever, 5, thus forcing open the gate, which suddenly relieves the canal of a large sur plus of water. When body of water recedes below a certain level, no more water is admitted to the tank; it therefore empties itself by a small faucet opening, 6, at the bottom; this being dons, the weight overbalances tank, and brings down the lever, which, being rigid to the swinging gate, closes it. This operation continues at short in tervals, so long as the body of water keeps rising over a certain level . The lever, gate, pipe and tank are all rigid, and hinge, .or pivot, on a hori zontal shaft. The gate, flume or bex can be made any height, width, or length desired. The gate can be hinged between any bulkhead without box. ThDAVater Gate is a Perfect Safety Valve, and is tp'n body of water what a safety valve is to steam. They can be made any size, corresponding with body of water and size of canal. It is sictired by letters patent, and for sale only by No 4 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Cm,. Please write for price list and further information, giving length, top and bottom dimensions of canal. All plans and specifications, furnished with every order. This Celebrated English Shire Stal lion will stand at the stable of GEO. W:; NORTON, i-IN THE FOR THE SEASON. lie is five years old; 17 hand3 high and weighs 1S00 pounds. Terms- $15. One half "in advance, balance when mare is with foal. PEKSIOKS THE DISABILITY BILL IS A LAY. Soldiers Disabled one t!ie War are tniit'ed Dependent widows an parents now dependent whose soas died from cffcits fanny service are in cluded. If 3ou wish your claim sptedily and sue late Commissioner of Pensions, 'Washington, D. 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