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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 ney 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 sistsin 50c and SI 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 nor accept any substitute if offered. J. W. DOEKINQTOH, Proprietor. TUMA. - ARIZONA. SATURDAY, MAR. 31, 189i. J" P FISHER, NEWSPAPER AD Ji vertising Agent, 21 Merchants' -r i c Cnrmtnn. is nnr authorized agent. This paper is kept on file m this otnce. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. For the seven davs Ending Friday Mar. 30,1894- Rel. Humid Temperature Max. Min 81 59 89 4S 91 50 95 65 92 56 89 54 81 56 5pm Saturday... Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday. Thursday... Friday. 20 ES 60 43 40 46 55 12 Average. I 40 12 1 54 "Total rainfall during week, 0.00. A. ASHESBERGER, Obserrer, U. S. Weather Bureau. LOCAL NOTES, Chas. Baker, has sold "block 60 to Wm. M. Scott for $182. A. Ashenberger has bought block 96 of the S. P. R. R. for $182. Frank Avila, was down from Castle Dome to attend court. Dr. W. T. Heffernan has resign ed as First Lieutenant of Co. H. Frank Vomocil was down from he Castle Dome mines in attend ance at court. The assays made from the Gen. Grant mine, yielded 64 ounces in Eilver and 27.12 in gold. Fred Fredley, who has been un der the weather of late, is much bet ter and able to be around. Maj. A. H. Bainbridge of the 10th Infantry, will be in Yuma April 12th, to inspect Co.H. 0. F. Townsend returned from his trip to -Los Angeles, San Diego and Lower California, Saturday. Damacio and Carmen Ochoa have sold a part of lot 3, in block 16, to Jose Mandevillo for $230. Dr. L. N. Moller will be the County physician after April 1st, having put in the lowest bid for doing the work. Dr. J. P. Yemen attended the Dentist's convention at Phoenix last week, and was made a member of the profession. The members of Co. H. have been ordered to meet at the Armory tomorrow at 10 o'clock a. m. for target practice. C. I. Robinson, paymaster of the S. P. R. R.. and his assistant, G. A. Jackson, have been in town during the week attending court. Gandolfo & Sanguinetti have built a shed on the rear of their store, under which they can store a large amount of merchandise J. H. Munghus, Superintendent of the new gold mill at Gila Cit' came down Tuesday. They ex pect to get the mill running today on full time. W. H. Dresser, the new agent of the S. P. R. R., is winning golden opinions from our citizens by his uniform and gentlemanly course in all of his business relations to the public. S. S. Gillespie, R. J. Duncan and "Wm. Langstaff, have arranged with Denver parties; to have their Blue Bird mine. at'Gila" City developed. The work has already been com-xnenced. Conrt ISote. The r --alar term of the Third Judicial District Court, convened on Monday, Chief Justice A. C. Baker presiding, and adjourn ed Th.rlay evening. It was one of the hoiv- :nrfc economical and expeditious term of court ever held in the-county. The Tunge cleared the docket, which v,'a3 as follows: The iury in the case of the Territory vs. Mackie, for impersonating another, brought in a verdict of not guilty. In the case of the Territory vs. Borondo, for Grand larceny jury stood nine lor ac quittal, and three for conviction, borondo was allowed by the Court to go upon his own recognizance. Yuma County against the bondsmen of Dr. DeCorse and Knight as administrator, transfered to Pima-county. John Speese against the Board of Super visors, certiorari in opening Orange avenue, judgment for defendant. Gandolfo & Sanguinetti against the Col orado River Irrigation Co. of California, dismissed at plaintiffs cost. Lindley vs. ISIohawk Canal and Improve ment Co., judgment for plaintm. Luke, trustee, vs. South Gila Canal, judgment for plaintiff. Stoffela vs. Alvarado, judgment lor defendant. Yuma County against C. H. Brinley, judgement for Briuley. Question, right as defendant as clerk of the District Court to charge for making out certiGcates for jurors. A: Modesti against Sheriff Greeenleaf to recover amount paid as bondsman for J. M. Alvarado, judgment for plaintiff. J. M. Alvarado against Sheriff Greenleaf and others judgment for defendants. John Speese against Yuma Water and Light Co., appeal from Justice's Court, dis missed, cost for plaintiff. Mrs. J. Mclveone against Frank Ward, .TnrmiAnt for nlaintiff. SloO or return of horses sold. Gandolfo & Sanguinetti against Saml. Purely, Frank Avila, and E. B. Waggy, demurrer sustained and permision given to amend complaint. Territory against Feliciano Guterrioz, convicted for burglary and sentenced to one year in the penitentiary. Mrs. Tom Downey against Rosa Silvas, judgment for applicant. Chas. Warton of Mohawk was adniited to citizenship . An "EJnscen. Enemy Is more to be dreaded than an open and visible one. That subtile andlurkins foe which under the generic name of malaria manifests itself, when it clutches us in its tenacious grasp, in the various forms of chills and fever, bilious remittent, dumb ague or ague cake, can only be effectually guarded against by fortifying the system against its insidious attacks with Hostetters Stomach Bitters, a thorough antidote to the poison of miasma in the sTstem, and a safe guard against it thoroughly to be relied upon. In the event of a malarious attack, avoid poisoning your system with quinine, and use instead this wholesome remedy, unobjectionable in taste and far more efficacious than any drug. Use the Bitters for dyspepsia, bili ousness, constipation, kidney com plaints and rheumatism. H. Hawgood, the able resident engineer of the S. P. R. R. at Los Angeles, was a passer by Thursday, on his way to California. Mr. H. has resigned his position with the S. P. R. R., and will hereafter be connected with some of the best irrigation works on the Pacific Coast. He is connected with some of the wealthiest irrigation com panies in London. He will be succeeded by E. L. Swaine his able assistant, a man well fitted to fill the place. "Weather Observer Ashenberger furnishes us with the following data for April for 18 years. Mean temperature 70 deg.; warmest April was that of '83 with an aver age of 78 deg.; coldest that of '85, average 68 deg. ; warmest day was 105 deg. on the 28th in '76; cold est, 40 deg. on the 18th in '78; average rainfall for the month, .OS inches; heaviest .55 inches in '81, least 00 in '76, '77, 'S2, '89, and '91. No snow or frost. Aver age number of clear days, 23. cloudy 1, partly cloudy 6; highest wind was 4S miles per hour on the 20th inst. '86. G. Worthington Lock, and C. G. W. Topp, the mining engineers sent out from London to examine the Picacho gold placer mines, completed their work Saturday and left for Deadwood, S. D., Sun day, where thejT have some mines to examine, and put to production if found to be valuable. They were well pleased with the ore and mines they saw in this section and will return at an earlr day to look over its gold belts, which they regard as very promising. The race Thursda' between Al varado's roan horse, and A37ala's little grey for $50 arid 10 cows ory side, was won by the former b about 25 feet. Distance 3 miles. The owners of the horses propose to run them again next week, dis tance one mile, purse 850 and 20 cows on a aide. 1 2 rand ?ury Scport. In the District Court, Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma. To the Hon. A. C. Baker, Judge of said District Court. We the Grand Jury duly empan nelled for the above named Court and County, do respectfully sub mit this, our final report. We have examined into seven cases, have found four indictments as follows: One for burglary. One for grandlarceny. One for falsely impersonating another. One for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. We have dismissed three cases as follows: One for murder. One for assault with intent to rob. One for burglary. Hiram W. Blaisdell, Foreman. Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. West& Truax, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternal v. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimon ials free. W. J. Lyons, who is in charge of the San Marcial coal fields, was passenger on Thursday's westbound express for San Francisco, where he went to complete arrangements for the opening of this magnificent property. At first it was thought that i.hp. mines covered an area of onlv three by ten miles, furthe investigation shows that the coal measure covers a field not less than 20 miles square. This anthracite coal can be delivered to every sea port town on the Pacific for $4 per ton, as it is worth three times as much for fuel as the bituminous now used on the coast, it will reduce the cost of fuel to manufact urers and others on the coast to one third of its present cost. H. E. Harris, the veteran miner of Harrisburg and Harqua Hala, was a passenger on Tuesday's west bound express for California. He said that the work being done in those mining districts, is develop ing some very fine properties. The Bonanza mines at Harqua Hala, are turning out some of the richest ore in their history. From every jjieTt of that section, he said, comes "reliable reports of the finding of rich veins of ore. The prospects tor the future in that section never were better. We had the pleasure Tuesday of meeting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davis of Oshkosh, Wis., on their way to the midwinter fair at San Fran cisco. Mr. D. is one of the lumber kings of his state. They were more than delighted with Yuma, and said: "We shall return here as we want to see more of this promising section of the southwest." A. E. Martin, one of the leading farmers, was down from Palomas to attend court as a Grand Jury man. Mr. M. said that the farm ers in that fine section of Yuma county were putting in. the largest crop ever sown or planted. The year promises well. Alfalfa is ready for the mower and is a very heavy crop. Fruit trees and vines are in blossom and promise a full harvest. Col. O. F.Thornton, President of the South Gila Canal Co., was down from Chrystoval, Tuesday. He said the prospects were better than ever before for the completion of that magnificent enterprise, that while they had felt the effects of the stringency of the money market, they felt certain that they would soon be in .shape to crowd the work and finish their dam and canal. The string band, composed of (Yuma's young ladies, which gave the Sentinel a serenade Monday evening, is entitled to the most sincere thanks of the force. Music is always welcome, all the more ro when it emin-ates from the fair sex ' PROSEEDiNBS OF THE Board of Supervisors, Office of the Board of ) Supervisors, Yuma County, Yuma, A.T., Mar. 26, 1894.) Board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 10 a. m. Roll called. Present: B. A. Haraszthy, and clerk, absent Chair J. Gandolfo and Supervisor R. M. Straus. No quorum being present the Board adjourned until tomorrow at 8 o'clock. - John Gandolfo, Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk. Office of the Board of ') Supervisors, Yuma County, Yuma, A. T., Mar. 27, 1894.) Board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 8 o'clock a. m. Roll called. Present: Chairman John Gandolfo, Supervisor B. A. Har aszthy and Clerk; Supervisor R. M. Straus, absent. On Motion Board proceeded to open bids for county supplies as follows, to-wit: County medical service, Dr. G. H. Field, $475 per annum. County medical service, Dr. P. G. Cotter, $400 per annum. County medical service, Dr. L. N. Moller, $200 per annum. After full consideration of all bids for county supplies the fol lowing is awarded by vote of Chair man J. Gandolfo and Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy, to-wit: County medical service L. N. Moller, $200 per annum. Board of county prisoners to S. S. Gillespie at 20 cents per meal for each person. Burying dead to Dan Burke at $$9.50 for each person. Care of indigent sick to Mrs. G. O. de Costello for one dollar and twenty-five cents per day for each person. COUNTY PRINTING. To John W. Dorrington. Proceedings of the Board five cents per inch. Grand jury reports seven cents per inch. Sheriff's and Treasurer's reports, seven cents per inch. All other publications seven cents per inch. Tax receipts per 100, $3.00. Warrant books per 100 2.50. Official envelopes per 1000, $4.25. Letter envelopes printed per 1000 $3.00. Assessors blanks per . 100, 3-50. Yuma Times. Delinquent tax list 12i cents per inch for first insertion 5 cents per each subsequent insertion. One original assessment roll, $9.75. One delinquent tax roll, $9.75. Poll tax receipts per 100 $1.50. License receipts per 100 2.00. Letter heads printed per 1000, $5.50. One duplicate., assessment roll, $9.75. ALL OTHER SUPPLIES. Levy and Co. Brogan shoes per pair, $1.75. Grey blankets, per pair, 6 lbs, $4.00. Mesquit wood per cord, $3.00. Lamp chimneys per doz, 1.50. Feather ' dusters rjer one-sixth doz, $1. Galvanized iron buckets doz, 6. Brooms per dozen good $6 Lamp wicks per gross, 1. Galvanized cell buckets per per dozen, $12, Red tape per roll, 10 cents. Lime per barrel, $3. COTTER & MILLER. Pins assorted, per gross, 75 cents. Copying ink per i doz, $1.50. Carmine ink, small, per dozen, 25 cents. Mucilage per dozen, 50 cents. Legal cap, 14 lb, per ream, 3.20. Fools cap, 14 lb, per ream, 3.20. W. T. GOXDER & CO. Soap per lb, 5 cents. Coal oil per 5 gallon can, 1.75. Awarded Highest czuy i uru uwr: ; i lortar r o Used in' MalHoas of He ies (' - i j4i 2," vVr SJ Chloride of Him-. pr lb, 9 canls. White load per lb, 10 cents. Whitewash brushes per dozen $9.00 Rubber bands, assorted per box, 35 cents. Lead pencils per gross, 1.00 Penholders per gross SI. 50. Blotting pads per gross, 1.00. . Steel erasers per dozon, 3. Rubber erasers per dozen, 1. Inkstands, single, per dozen 1.80. And the clerk is ordered to notify successful bidders and to file the usual bond in accordance with law. Minutes read and approved. On Motion Board adjourned until regular meeting. John Gandolfo, Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk- Tlse iilodcrii Waj Commends itself-to the well-formed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. Orr Leggo returned from Los Angeles Tuesday and in company with H. C. Mentzer, A.H.Ganbage and Wm. Langstaff, left for Gila City Wednesday, where they will begin work on the Blue Bird mine. After an examination of the mines in that district, they decided to spend some time, money and work in rWplnnins? one of the most ' I D promising prospects. Hon. G. O. Scott, who was may or of Harmon, Col., for three suc cessive terms, and one of the larg est real estate dealers in the state, has been spending several days in Yuma. He is well pleased with its prospects for the future, and says that no town with such a oiin-icito cnn.li n. river and area of excellent valley lands, and such gold mines, can fail to prosper. rrho "93" rrnld mine, two miles Q from town, is . turning out some very fine ore and promises to be come a valuable property. The work being done, shows the vein to be a true fissure, which increases i'n si nnd richness as dentil is obtained. Wm. Sutherland, the Scotch expert, sent.to examine Gen. Andra de's lands below the boundary line, for a Scotch Syndicate returned Tuesday. He was very much pleased with the country, and says that it is the best he has seen on the Pacific Coast. Richard Revnolds, for years the able assay er at the Vulture mine is in town on a visit to his old friends. Mr. R. has great faith in the gold mines of this vicinity and believes that Yuma is in the center of the richest gold belt in the west. Geo. Knight, the cattle man of Northern California, returned from his trip to San Felipe Wednesday. He, as all others, fourid water scarce, feed plenty, lots of game." Mr. K. will return soon to further his investigations of that country. Sayes, an Apache Indian, at one time one of the trusted men, of Kid, died at the prison on the 27th. He was in the row .when Capt. Pierce was shot and killed and Al. Seiber wounded. Married. at Anaheim Cal. Wed nesday, March 28th, John L. Rimpau to Miss . Ida Everhardy, Mr. and Mrs. Rimpau arrived in Yuma Thursday evening and have moved into the Rimpau Cottage on Second avenue. A.Blanc, representing the French colony to be located near the mouth of the Colorado, came in from the west side of the river Tuesday and left to join engiueer Storm in his surveys near the Lerdo Colonr. Diseases of Eye and Ear. Errors of refraction corrected and proper glasses prescribed. Axcil Martin, M. D. Phoenix, Arizona. Allen J. Smith, General Mana ger of the Picacho gold mines spent the first of the week in town, arranging to begin work again. Superintendent Wallace is busy at the mines getting things into shape to start up the pumps. Honors W Grid's Fair in a as - .usr. 2io Ammonia: No Aium. 4.0 Yeatsvtlie Standard". $ g gyp u& a s rfgfesy Postmaster Logan who has been wrestling wUh the la grippe got down to his office Wednesday, but the effort was almost too much for him C. King and Harry Leonard of Gila City, in attendance at Court during the . week. Both speak well of the development of the mines, in that promising dis trict. Mining Engineer C. T. Loback of Salt Lake Cit", who spent sev eral days in Yuma, left for home Sunday. He' will return here soon to spend some time examining the gold mines in this section. Dan Devore returned Sunday from a trip across the Colorado valley, west of Signal Mountain, where he had been with two loads of freight for the U. S. Boundary line survey party. Limes, the second crop, more than half grown, figs as large as walnuts, the continuous growth of the lemon, nearly half -size, can be seen in Yuma's gardens, and yet it is March. W. L. Young, A. M. Simpson and G. F. Marclis, mining men of Denver, arrived in town Sunday and left Tuesday for Gila City, to examine the gold mines in that locality. Judge Burnett, editor of the Gila Bend Leader, called at the Sentinel office Tuesday. The Judge is one of those pleasant gen tlemen whom it is a pleasure to meet. Capt. J. A. Mellon, expects to get the steamer Gila, off for Ehren berg Monday. She ma3r go as far up as Parker. She has a. good freight for the up river landings. Col. Geo. W. Norton, J. H. Gra ham, R. Klenk and Chas. Wart man came down from the Mo hawk valley and were in attendance at court during the week. Judge W. S. Wright, Attorney General F. J. Heney, and S. M. Franklin of Tucson, Judge Jos. Campbell and Judge Webster Street of Phoenix were in attend ance at court, not as disinterested witnesses. Court convened Monday morn ing, when tiie larana Jury was organized with H. W. Blaisdell as foreman and R. T. Burr as secretary. Harry Carpenter and A. Bossung, were excused from serving on the jury. 1 lie imi given by uo. 11 last evening av.is one of tho best ever given in. Yuma The )avty was made up of our best people, Xot a thing occurred to mar the enjoyment of the evening. It was the first time in the history of the company that any entrance ice has been charged, though it has "iven the people of Yuma many an enjoyable evening. All present only hope that the treat may be repeated . Col. C. C. Bean, formerly delegate to Congress from Arizona, but for some years a resident of Xew Yorlc City, "visited old friends in Yuma yesterday. The Col. said f hat, Arizona was attracting more attentton in the east, than any other portion of the Coast. The river last Saturday guaged 16 feet 8 inches, the lowest ever known at this season of the year. It has risen daring the week to IS feet 9 inches, but is falling off a little today. Tho rise was from Bill Williams Fork. The Gila rose to four feet but only for 24 hours. - Col. f. S. Noble, superintendent of the Tucson division of tne S. P. It. K,., spent Thursday in town in the interests of his road. S. Lewinson, returned from San Francisco, Thursday. lie is filling up his store, the old Yuma Exchange, with a full stock of merchandise . Capt. I. Polhamus returned Thursday, from his trip to San Francisco and Sacra mento, where he spent several days. He savs that the weather was very cold and rough along the Coast. The new 20 stamps of the Gold Rock mill started up "Wednesday and moved off like clock work. The reports from the mine continue to be of the most fiatering kind . TIPAT Afflicts half the American people yet there 13 only one preparation cISarsaparilla that acts on tho bovrcls aad reachc3 this important trouble, aud that is Joy's Vegetable Sarsaporllla. It re lieves it in 21 hours, and an occasional doso pre vents return. Wc refer, by permission, to C. E. Elkiugton, 125 Locust Avenue, San Francisco; J. IT. Brown, Pctaluma, Cal.; II. S. Winn, Geary Court, B.F., and hundreds of others who havo used it in constipation. One letter is a sample of hundreds. Ellrington, writes: "1 havo been for years subject to bilious headaches an-'! consti pation. Havo been so bad for a year baci havo had to take a physic every other night cr else I would have a headache. One bcttl j of J. V. S., put mc in splendid shape. It positively controls constipation." As J. V. 2. 13 positively tho only Sarsaparilla conipouuied t control constipation, insist ou Joy'jj and don't hi talked Into taking any othciv For Bale bv CtOnder & Co. Jill 8a?sa?3asiIIa illll IIHL DEALERS IN GENERAL We wish to respectfully inform th public that we are daily receiving NEW SUPPLIES? or fiiil Iffllfflil -AND PROVISIONS' Our stock is fully assorted and well sole ed, consisting of DRY I GOODS,- FANCY GOODS, Olotliing: LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS GENTS AND BOYS jnardware; QUEENS WARE, WOODENWARE' ana re i.uv?BWA ci c - PISTOLS AND CAKTRIDGES, Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Doinee tic Wines and Liquors, Hilwau- kce and 'St. Louis J3eer. The continuous increase of our trade is sufficient guarantee that the public is fully convinced of our fair and honest dealings. GOODS ARE DELIVERED 1-ATE DEPOT AND ALL PARTS, OF THE TOWN FREE OF CHARGE. SASHED FOODS' OF ALL KIKDS: ' . DRIED And PRESER VED FRUITS and , JELLIES, SOAPS, and CONFECTIONERY, Attached to our store we have, first-class i-t 1 1 . . ' oonuuetect by a jVo. I baker. Ord&r promptly filled. MEDICINES, .