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' FINEST iti GREAT BRITAIN.
t"ho Residence of the Marquis of Bute lft Scotland. Tlir? rebuilding of Mount Stuart, Lord Bute's palace, near Rothesay, Scotland, makes it the most magnificent mansion in Great Britain, says the St. Louis Re public. The base of the building covers a fraction more than an acre, and is built in the medieval Gothic style of the thirteenth century. The walls, turrets and balconies are built of the beautiful variegated granites and sand stones from Kirkcudbrightshire, the floor and arches being of clouded Italian marbles. The main hall is constructed entirely of alabaster, the supports be ing columns of oxidized brass and broDze. The gallery and grand stair case are of marbles brought from Sicily and Carrara. The drawing-rooms are paneled with alternate strips of cherry, walnut and ebony, all from America. The main dining-room, which was built so as to accommodate two hundred and eighty guests, is finished after the .style of the drawing-rooms, with the ex ception of relief figures and mosaics of fish, game, animals, etc The ceilings and chimney pieces of all these rooms are most artistic, and so also are the windows, mantels and doors, the work of which is extremely elaborate. There are three immense libraries and a billiard-room, all with carved stone fire places of antique design. In one wing there are Turkish and swimming baths, large conservatories, aviaries, aqua riums, etc. The whole palace is heated throughout with steam and hot water pipes and lighted both by gas and by electricity. The pictures in the gallaries alone are worth five hundred thousand dollars and the books in the libraries as much more. The building, deco rating and furnishing of the palace, which is without doubt the finest pri vate residence on the globe, entailed an outlay of one nr''on pounds nearly five million dollars. QUEEN VICTORIA IS FRIVOLOUS. She Will Savo the Nation by Giving a Drawing- Koora. The idea current for the last twenty years, says a London letter in the Phil adelphia Times, that Queen Victoria had made a resolution never again to hold a drawing-room in person in fact, to take a back seat and delegate all ceremonial functions to the princess of Wales has received a tremendous Shock in the announcement of coming events. Her majesty, in her old age, is, to the surprise of the entire British nation, developing quite a skittish ten dency. She has had stage plays and circuses at "Windsor castle, and has now astonished her dutiful subjects by the announceme nt that, provided her health continues satisfactory, she intends com ing out of her widowed retirement and black frocks and will take an active part in the court functions and gayeties of the ensuing season. London, which for years has hardly seen her, is to be made bright and gay by her presence, and the dingy walls of Buckingham palace are to resound with melody and all the pomp and splendor of a re juvenated reign. This order of things has been brought about by representations made to the queen as to the general depression of trade, intensely aggravated by the re cent court mourning and general gloom cast over the prosperity of the country. The season is to be brighter and busier, and her majesty has promised, by the exercise of personal influence and ex ample, to do anything in her power to bring back the happy days of the early part of her reign. Among other pageants already fixed is the opening of the Imperial institute by the queen Li rson early in May, to be followed by two drawing-rooms and a grand re , view of volunteers, when medals are to be presented to all officers of over twen ty years' service. TWO NESTS FULL OF EAGLES. The Eagles Aro Golden Ones and Their Value Is 81,000. Milton sings of how "the eagle and the stork on cliffs and cedar tops their eyries build," but no poet ever dreamed of locating an eagle's nest in a low pep per tree in the center of a thickly popu lated town, says the- Pomona (111.) Progress. Yet "Old Man Jones," as he is called by his neighbors, found two nests containing one hundred and nine ty golden eagles while trimming some street trees in San Bernardino; in other words, he found two tin cans hid in he trees containing $1,900 in gold coin. Jones had trimmed the trees over a week before and "returned Saturday to give them some finishing touches. In the first tree that he climbed, hid away from sight behind the stump of a large limb that he had lopped off the week before, he discovered the first can, con taining nearly 51,000 in gold. He could not believe his eyes, and was not long fn getting to the ground to handle and count the money. He continued his search and found in the crotch of an other tree nearly $1,000 more of gold coin, hid away the same as the first lot. As soon as the overwhelming sur prise of the discovery had passed away the old man was at a loss to know what to do with his mine of gold. He was sorely tempted to hide it away, say nothing of it, and live without work and in comfort for a few years. But this Jones is an honest man he would have naught that did not belong to him so he made public the discovery and deposited the money in bank to await the appearance of the rightful owner. It will be strange if there do not arise out of the mountains and sage brush about San Bernardino as many claim ants of the treasure as there are golden eagles. California's Big Tree. The section from one of the big Cali fornia redwood trees which the govern ment will exhibit in its building at the world's fair has arrived at the fair grounds. Eleven freight cars were re quired to convey it across the continent. It measures thirty feet long by twenty three feet in diameter. The section is hollowed out, and when placed on end, divided into two stories and lighted, as it will be, it will form a rustic house large enoutrh for a family to live in. Bees, I5ees, Bees. 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 3'ou want to try the industry you can purchase from five to fifty stands of the best bees br address Sig II. L. , Star Office.. Tiicsou- tJNCLE SAMS CATS. Their Usefulness in the Govern ment Offices. Hundreds of the Felines Are Kept Among the Post Offices to Prevent the Depredations of Rats Upon Mall Matter. ' Three hundred and odd cats are main tained by the United States govern ment, the cost of their support being carried as a regular item on the ac counts of the post office department. They are distributed among about fifty post offices, and their duty is to keep rats and mice from eating postal matter and mail sacks. Their work is of the utmost importance wherever large quantities of mail are collected as, for example, at the New York post office, where from two to three thousand bags of such material are commonly stowed away in tn'e basement. Formerly, says the New York World, groat damage was often done by mis chievous rodents, which chewed holes in the sacks and thought nothing of boring clear through bags of letters in a night. Troubles of this sort no longer occur, now that the official pussies keep watch. Each city postmaster is al lowed from eight to forty dollars a year for the keep of his feline staff, sending his estimate for "cat meat" to Washington at the beginning of each quarter. Care is taken not to feed the animals too "high," in order that their appetite for live game may be keen. It is laid down as a rule that no meat shall be given when there is a mouse or a rat to be caught. Cats are kept in all the government buildings at Washington. In that of the state, war and navy departments they are employed not only to protect the priceless paper stored there but to guard against fire. Twice the war de partment has been set afire by rats gnawing matches on one of these occa sions in the office of the secretary of war In the middle of the night. A year ago the treasury had nine cats, but they made themselves obnoxious and were all given away but two. These are as wild as possible, getting a living by foraging for themselves. Mice are no toriously fond of chewing up money, but they have no chance of getting at Uncle Sam's paper cash, which is kept in rooms with iron walls that defy then teeth. Rats occupied the pension office in great numbers while it was in proc ess of building, taking up their resi dence in the walls and floors as fast as they were put up. Two years ago four cats were introduced there to guard the records of the old soldiers, and they have driven most of the vermin away. The best rat-killer of the quartette not long ago, being frightened at some thing, fell from the second gallery, fifty feet, to the tiled floor and was killed. The white house has two cats, one a black and white female, kept in the kitchen, and the other a black torn, kept in the stable. Mrs. Harrison had four handsome Maltese cats, but they disappeared. r But the capitol is the greatest place in Washington for cats. The huge building swarms with them and at night they scamper about in troops. Nobody knows how many of them there are, but the watchmen reckon them by scores. They are all vagrants and wild as hawks. In summer they are scattered about the neighborhood to some extent, but in winter they gather within the building. At about ten o'clock every night they begin a mad racing through the empty cor ridors, which arc made to resound with their cries. The acoustic effects produced are astonishing. Let a single grimalkin lift up his voice in statuary hall, famous for its echoes, and the silence of the night is broken by a yell as loud as a locomotive whistle. A favorite place for cat concerts is the whispering gallery down below, known as the "crypt," where the feeblest sound is magnified into a roar. SAW LIVING MASTODONS. That Is the Astonishing Claim Made by Alaskan Indian Hunters. The Stickeen Indians positively as sert that within the last five years they have frequently seen animals which, from the descriptions given, must have been mastodons, says the Juneau Free Press. Last spring, while out hunting, one of the Indians came across a series of large tracks, each the size of the bot tom of a salt barrel, sunk deep in the moss. He followed the curious trail for some miles, finally coming out in full view of his game. As a class, these In dians are the bravest of hunters, but the proportions of this new spectacle of game filled the hunter with terror, and he took to swift and immediate flight. He described the creature as being as large as a post-trader's store, with great, shining, yellowish-white tusks, and a mouth large enough to swallow a man at a single gulp. He further says that the animal Was undoubtedly of the same species as those whose bones and tusks lie all over that section of the country. The fact that other hunters have told of seeing these monsters browsing on the herbs up along the river gives a cer tain probability to the story. Over on Forty-Mile creek bones of mastodons are quite plentiful. One ivory tusk nine feet long projects from one of the sand dunes on that creek, and single teeth have been found so large that they would be a good load for one man to carry. I believe that the mule footed hog still exists; also that live mastodons play tag with the aurora every night over on Forty-Mile creek in Alaska. A Miner's Convention. An effort is being made to arrange for a grand reunion at the world's fair of the surviving "49ers" the men who left their homes in the east in 1849 to become gold-hunters in California. It is thought that several thousand of them are still 1 ving, and that all would make an extra effort to. go to Chicago next year, were a reunion arranged as is proposed. Many of them remained in California, but the majority returned and are now scattered throughout the states east of the Mississippi. University of Arizona. Third year begins Sept. 27, 1893. School of Agriculture, School of Mines and Preparatory course. Departments fnlly equipped in laboratories and apparatus. Tu ition Free. Board in Dormitory for limited number at cost. For information and catalogue, address University,. Tuesori, Ariz: o9-tf. James Milton, Tixx Plate SHEET IRON WORKER. Plumbing Promptly Attended to, and all Kinds of Job Work a Specialty. FOOT OF MAIN STREET. YUMA, ARIZONA. JAMES BQTEN, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Shop on Main 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. Carriages, 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, V Tucson Arizona, July 13th. 1893. 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. 8S5, dated May 20th, 1S89 upon the Southeast of Section 26, Township 9 south, range 24 west, in "i'uma County, Arizona, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; Con testant alleging that Contcstce 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, 18S9, up to and including this date. The Contestant havint; filed affidavit in this office, June 22nd, 1S93, setting forth the fact that after using due diligence he is unable to get personal service upon the Contcstee and asks that said service may be had by publication in the Yuma Sen tinel, 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, 1S03, at 10 o'clock a, m., to respond and furnish testimony concern ing said alleged failure. Hearing before Register and Receiver U S Land Office, at Tucson, Arizona, on the Sth day of September. 1S93, at 2 o'clock p. m. Herbert Brown, Register. LOABJS, Irrigation Bonds. wmlu Timber Lands, Ranches, Mines, Farms and Or chards, Bought, sold and Exchanged. Correspondence Solicited. The London & Sax Francisco Reai Estate & Investment Co. Room 12, 3rd Floor, Mills Bldg, San Francisco. Cal $50.00 $50.00 FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD The South ;&ila Canal Company hereby offer a standing reward of Fifty ($50.00) Dollar 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 jto 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 flow of water in said Ditch, to the injury of the property, or the interests of the Company. Dated Chrystoval, Jan. 27, 1893. 10-tf 0. F. Thornton, President. (tlK OOtn t0Cn OO A MONTH 41 I Ui IU )&UUi' can be made working for us. Peisons pre ferred who cau furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. B F. JOHNSON & CO., 26th and Main St., Richmond, Va. RIPANS TABULES ! REGULATE THE- STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. RIPANS TABULES are the beat Medl cine known for Indigestion, Biliousness Headache, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Chronlo Liver Troubles, Dizziness, Bad Complexion, Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and all elis or Jcr of the Stomach, Xlvcr and Bowels. Rlpans Tabules contain nothing: injurious to the most delicate constitution. Are pleasant to take. Baf 0, effectual, and give immediate relief. S2. Mav race uox (6 vials), 76 cents : lactase u Doxesi, r bo ordered through nearest druggist. or by mall. Sample free by mall. Address o THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 2 10 8PR.TJOE STREET, NEW "SORK CTrY. 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. IVE-rviox Stroot. STixxxxr JOHN STOFFELA, DEALER IN 3Bzrosli 2?"i-xt!S & Fancy Groceries. 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. MORTON'S STAGE LINE -FOll- Mohawk Vally. Leaves Mohawk for Tacna sta tion every Monday, Wednesday and Fridajr 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. V. NORTON, Mohawk, A. T. : : Proprietor. Wanted. An energetic man to manage a branch office. Only a few dollars needed. Salary to start, $75 per month and interest in the business. The Western Co., Kansas City, Mo. THE SENTINEL Published Weekly in Yuma, is one of oldest and most reliable newspapers of Arizona, devoted to the progress of the Territory in general and Yuma County in particular. Loyal! -Active! Liberal! Courteous! Its columns will be devoted to fruit growing, farming nin 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. OLDEST IT IS ONE OF THE Territory. it is the OLDEST and has the LARGEST CIRCULATION In the County. Th Latest and, Most Reliable News Al 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 test weekly paper in Western Arizona, especially adapted to tho 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 Charity for all and'.Malice 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 YEAH. sAJstrjExJEs conss free. Address, - - J. W. DORRINGTON Yuma, Arizona. JOB PRINTING OF Every Description, CUPiDENE The Vegetable Vitnlizer, cures all uorvousness or diseases of tho geneiative organs, such as iioat 31 auliooil, Sleeplessness, tired feeliug, Paiusiu the Back, Debility, Pimples, Fieaaache, Seminal Weakness, Xifjlitly .Emissions, lniiolcncy, Despondency and Constipation. Cures where all else fails. The Doctor has discovered the active principle on which the vitantv of the sexual apparatus is dependent. The reason why sufferers axe BEFORE mediciue is because over 90 per cent are troubled with Prostatitis, which Cupidenk is the only kuown remedy to cure the complaint without an operation. A written Ruarantee to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected by the use of six boxes. $1.00 a box, six for ?5l Send for circular and testimonials. Address all mail orders to DA VOJL MED1CIXE CO: 1". O. Box 2070, S. F., Cal. For Sale by W. T. GONDER &CO. SOUTHERN PaGIFIC COMPANY. COMMENCING Monday, Dec. 19, 1892. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA as follows: 5ftrA. M. (DAILY.) Mixed I O U Train for Gila Bend. Mari copa, Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Deming and El Paso. n A f A. M. (DAILY) "SUNSET r"l4-l f VYP1JWS" fnr CVllton. LoS Aneeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, rortianu. auu huhh, p"" and East. Connects at Colton for Itivcr sidc, Redlands and San Bernardino at Los Angeles for Santa Monica, Santa Ana, San Pedro ana .bong ueacn. p AT. DAILY) "NEW OR- 0;DO LEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, Lords burg, Deming, El Paso, Ncv Orleans and East via the -ounsec .rvuuie. Overland Tickets Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental 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. Dfpot. .... Yuma. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. SURA A Ticb:M iMezI". C. V, MEEDEN, PROP,,. MAIKSTKEET, nearS. P. U.K. Depot Olioice WINE, LIQUORS AND CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brands. NEATLY for the accomodation of the public. EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS in every rcspoct and POPULAR PRICES. PAPERS IN THE not cured bv Dhvsicians and AFTER HE U. S. CHANGE, G, M. THURLOW, Prop,, MADISON AVENUE, YUMA Keeps alw ays on hand tho choicest bramls o WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Palace Restaurant AND Family Bakery ! Tables are supplied with Best the Market Affords Charley Young, PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUMA. A. T. Automatic WaterGate TO PREVENT OVEItFI.OW IN Irrigating Canals, Ditches and Keservoirs, The above cut illustrates an AUTOMATIC WATER GATE, to regulate and keep in subjection the rise of water in canal, due to an ovcr-abund ant flow, or to sudden rises in the canal owinir to severe rains or storms. It is particularly valuable to have such a Water Gate placed in lower bank of canal, at such points along its line Where there arc Ravines, Gullies, Arroyos, Foot Hills, Buttcs, or Tableland, as any rains or storms bring down at such points a surplus of water that is very dangerous to the bank? 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 line, who may suffer more or less damages there after for the want of water owing to the damaged condition of canal, and while such repair., are being made. Not only is it valuable to relieve canal of its surplus wat.ir, to prevent damage and ex pense, but by its use the first cost of canal con struction will be materially lessened, as the banks ffced 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 the level of the upper end of pipe, 2, water run3 freely into the tank, 3, which is immediately filled, thus overbalancing the weight, 4. which is on the other end of lever, 5, thu3 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 done, 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 risin over a certain level. The lever, gate, pipe and tank are all rigid, and hinge, or pivot, on a hori zontal shaft. 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