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WARRIOR ANTS OF HONDURAS.
jCfeef Bwtost Evwy AnUaal to the line of Their Zarch, It vrias in Honduras, near the Carib bean coast, that I first saw the war rior ant, says a writer in the Louisville Courier-Journal those strong- insects whichmarch through the tropical for ests in armies, attacking1 every living creature in their path. One intensely hot day a native came running- in, and in excited gestures bade mefollow him. I did so, wonderingly. There on the rolling- savannah stretched ,a wide, black belt, extending far back into the deep shadows of the adjacent forest. It rose and fell with every formation of the ground, and, like a huge snake, slowly crept toward the village. In countless multitudes they swarmed over the plain, marching in compact order like a well-drilled army. Before them scurried a hetero genous mass of lizards, grasshoppers, frogs, beetles and all other manner of insects and reptiles in a wild scamper to escape to a place of safety. Pres ently the advance guard reached my hut and disappeared within; then the main column appeared, and soon the roof, floor, walls and rafters were black wish them. Like the soft rustle of dried grass stirred by a gentle breeze came the sound of their presence in the leaves of my thatched roof. Th&sound increased in loudness as the rats, mice, lizards, cockroaches, centipedes and others of their ilk who had Jong made the roof their home tried vainly to es cape. Some succeeded in getting away from the house, but only to fall victims to the surrounding hordes without. One large cockroach, I noticed, made a; plucky fight, but overpowered by numbers, he gradually relaxed his ef forts and .was soon dismembered, each ant carrying off a portion of his body as a-trophy. The most exciting battle was with a snake about three feet long which, tried to slip away unseen. The ants quickly surrounded him, however, and fought with terrific ferocity. With every switch of his tail the snake killed a score of his tormentors, but their places were soon filled with the black swarm which swept unceasingly on. Finally the writhings of the snake became fainter, and at last ceased en tirely, and then, and not until then, did the ants relinquish their attack. All day long they marched through the house until at sundown the end of the column had past and was lost to view in the thickness of the forest. I afterward learned that the warrior ants refuse to touch any food that they themselves have not caught and slain, which accounts for my provisions .re maining unmolested. MAN'S WORK ABOUT THE-HOUSE The Kentucky Woman Who .Never Liked the Idea of Doing It. Away up on the north fork of the Kentucky river the Widow Wilson kept a halfway house, famous in that section for its excellent fare, says a writer in the Detroit Free Press, and Von T rTvvTipfl to b ip fhnf nojTh.. uumuuu on one occasion I made an ef fort to get there to stay over Sunday. I found it an excellent place and Sun day afternoon as I sat in the shade of the porch, the widow found me. "Don't you get very lonesome here by your&elf ?" I asked, after a few scat tering remarks. "Yes, sometimes," she answered; "but takin' it up one side an' down t'other I reckon I'm about ez well off ,ez ef I had a man around." "But you ought to get married," I argued. "You are still hale and hearty, and a husband would be a good deal of comfort to you." "He mought be and he moughn't," she said, shaking her head. "I've tried two an' neither one suited." "What was wrong with them. "Well, Jenkins, he wuz the fust one," said she, in a reminiscent tone: he wuz a orney hound that used to git drunk an' come home an' thrash me all over the place. Ef he hadn't been a drinkin' man I could 'a' stood the thrashin but I didn't like the idea uv both. After he died I married Wil son, and he wuz a lazy, ornery thing that used to git drunk an' come home, an' I used to thrash him all over the place." She laughed .softly a,t the thought of it. "That was some better than the first," I said, laughing with her. "No, it wuzn't," she promptly .re plied. "No? Why?" J asked in surprise. "Well, I'd kinder got used to Jen- kin's ways, an' when Wilson come I never liked the idea of doing a man's work about the house." "It was a new phase of "a man's work about the house," and. for some time I ruminated about it. Nationalities la Austria. Foreigners are wont to classify Aus tria among the German countries. As a matter of fact her German speaking population is but limited, and annual ly losing ground. The increase in pop ulation among the German inhabitants of Austria is but 5.17 per thousand per year; the increase with the Italians in Austria is 5.92, and with the Slavonic races 7.93. Of 100 marriageable women in the German districts 41 find hus bands; among the Slavonic races the percentage is 52. One of the reasons for this showing is that in the German districts of Austria the economic man agement of affairs is almost prohib itory to marriage among the younger sons and daughters of the peasants. The homestead goes to the eldest son, whose brothers and sisters become his servants. Among the Slavs the family property is equally divided among all children after the death of the father, and each one is allowed to begin housekeeping on his own hook. Jenny Llnd Pancakes. One egg, one and one-half teacupf uls of milk, one-half teacupful of sugar, vne tablespoonful of butter, two and pne-ialf teacupfuls of flour, two tea spoonfuls of baking powder and a pinch of salt. Mix quickly together and pour in weU-groased gem pans and bake. ont Lose PLAPV FKllEV'S SEEDS ;ft Xiiiz Z'Ciir tna mall up for lest tim& i t Rive jcu nit:o' valuable Hints uA about vrfcfci to laisa un3 now to . raio it contains mformc- uua to oe naa xroni no omM courcn. Vrcs to W r-C-troit, BUZZ. THE GEM, C, V. MEEDEN, PRO?,, Main street. WIRE, fjpOflS AND CIGARS both Fpreign and Domestic brands. NEATLY 3E-2jra -t w3xp3L tit gtoorn & .tor the accomodation of. the public EVJERXTHIN.O in every respect and P0rUL4.& PRICES. DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River V alley received by rail here. IVXaizL Stroot. "S"ixxaa.a,, James Milton, Tixx Plate SHEET IRON WORKER. Plumbing Promptly A-ttended to, and all Kinds of Job W.orjc a Specialty,. FOOT iOF 'MAItn STREET, ' YUMA ARIZONA. NORTON'S STAGE 1NE FOR Mohawk Tally. CARRYING UNITIiD STATES MAIL. Leaves Mo'ha-wk Monday, VVed nesday and Fridays at 8 a. ,m., connecting at Tacna with train 19. Leaves Tacna for Mohawk on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days at 6a. in. At Mohawk, good comfortable rigs can be had, for Harqua Hala, ver the new road. GEO. .W. NORTON, ; Mohawk, A. T?. : : .Proprietor. PIONEES iJVERY., FEED S 'SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. ..MAINJIT. AND MADISON AVE,, DAN JME.VCRfE, 'Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished. Giiarges Reasonable. Palace Barber Shop. IN THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL- SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND SHAMPOOING Done in First-class Style and to the Queen's Taste. HOT AMD COL DBATHS. A. N. HAINES Proprietor. THE PLACE, L J, F. Jaeger, Prop. Cor, of First and (Wain Sts., The Finest Brands of Wines ,and Whiskies. Imported- Cigars. CASH! ASHI .WANTED ANY QUANTITY OP rand Egrette Feathers for which will be. paid on receipt of goods. Addeese: MAYER MISCH. 405 Taylor St. San Francisco Oaf- Vuiu u h Climate. WV.at her Obsei ver A. Ashcnberger furnisin.-s us with the following im portant facta relative to the climate, rainfall and weather at Yuqia. Th following data from th,e records of the U . S. weather Bureau are from observations taken f,or periods rang ingfrowi nve to twenty years and are Dublished bv reauest of the Hon Mayor.of Yuma: Mean actual barometer. Yuma, 29.76 inchest Denver. Col.. 24.73 inches. Mean annual temperature. Yuma, 73' Juniter. Fla.. 73. Mean maximum temperature during month of Julv. Yuma. 106.6: iPhoenix 107.3. Mean minimum temperature during .month of Julv. Yuma. 77 ; Galveston Tex.. 79. Mean minimum temperature during month of Januarv . Yuma. 42 : lucson 35: Phoenix. 32. Hiehest temrjerature recorded. Yuma. 118: Phoenix. 119: Fort Lapwai, Idaho 115. Lowest temperature recorded. Yuma 22: Riverside. Cal. (Voluntary observer record.). 21: Jacksonville, Fla., 15; Gal veston, Tex., 11. Mean relative humidity. Yuma, 4 San Dieco. Cal.. 75: Chicago, 74&: Pen sacola, Fla., 76$; Port Angeles. Wjash 88. Mean annual rainfall. Yuma. 3 inches Tucson, 13 inches; Jacksonville, Fla., 55 inches; New Orleans, La., .62 inches; Neah Hay, Wash., 102 inches. Average annual number of rainy days. Yuma, 14; lucson 49; at. Louis, 115 Washington, D. C, 126; New York, 126 Baltimore, 13$; XJuicago,' 136: Cincinnati UXi Atlanta, Ga., 141; Rochester, N. Y 171; TatoosK Island. Wash.. 186. ' Average .annual number of cloudy days. Yuma, 174 bacramento, Cal., 45; Oswego N.Y., 173. Average annual number of partly cloudy days. Yuma, b9; bacramento, Cal., 7b Oswego, N. Y., 124. Average annual number .Qf clear days Yuma, 279; Portland, Ore., 92; Oswego N, Y., 08. Average hourly wind velocity. Yuma,, 6 miles; Dodge City, Han., 12 miles; San dusky, 0., 13 miles. Highest wind velocity recorded. Yuma 54 miles; San Francisco, Cal., 60 miles. 3PJUe MidLwi liter Fair. Railroad Bates Greatly Keduced To San Francisco and return at About One half .the Usual Cost. It will not be news to the many readers of the Sentinel that there is now in pro gress in San Francisco an International Mid winter Exposition. But much that, concerns that tremendous enterprise, what may be seen there, its daily doings, and why.it is to -the interest of all to see it, will be news of a character eagerly sought by eyery cne .jvnp .reads . In the first place, what may .be seen there Since August 24th last there .has grown up in Golden Gate Park .the most beausiful group of industrial palaces .that .the western sun ever shone upon, and" it will be the wonder of the world for years to come how thes fiye main exposition buildings and their three-score and ten architectural ad juncts sprang into being in so short a space Qi-time. .There is a -palace of Manufactures and Liberal Arts, a palace of Mechanic Arts, i palacn.of Horticulture and Agriculture, i palace of Fine Arts,. and a palatial Admin istrat. op u mmc; and these are finished and filled with exhibits from every quarter oi tre. gione material evidences of every .industry and art. 'io uicdu inai.i buildings have been added special State and county buildings in which ,.tne products oi dinerent sections are env phaticdlly particularized. Many of Cali fornia's neighboring States have erected ex position structures of their own, and not a few of lier own counties have added county Duuaings to tne group. The area of the California Midwinter Exposition is nearly two hundred acres, and it includes more than seventy structures. Some of these buildincs. as works of arch itectural art, are superior to the buildings of the Columbian Exposition, and competent crimes nave saia tnat lor picturesqueness ana penection oi landscape enects this mid winter display in Golden Gate Park sur passes all efforts ever made in that direction J. ins is largely due to the generosity of Nature and the happy selection of a site by the promoters. The park ha3 word-wide fame for its great natural beauty, independ ently of its aeceut acquisition. Combine with this the artistic arrangements of these splendid architectural master-pieces, and the effect must be simply incomnarable. The grandest engineering feature of the reposition is the lionet Steel Tower, Avhich rises to an elevation of 272 feet from ,fhe center of the quadrangle described by the four great palaces. Elevators ascend almost to the top, and at stated intervals are three convenient balconies, the highest 250 feet above ground level, affording magnificent views oi tne grounds, pane and surroundings for miles in .all directions. From the top are operated two poweriul Hash lights, and tlje sides4are,a .succession 'of dazzling and variegated incandescent bulbs, which at night-time light up with intermittent splen- ...1 1 tl .. -a- uui iuc nuuie auptjrp isuijllljg. jo, iiiis ueen ine.enqeavor oi tne manage- ment.to -maKe tne .Doider features of the Mjdwinter.Fair distinctly typical of western life, though individual enterprise has not been lacking.tp.rhake' many .foreign features exceedingly prominent and interesting nuivug me latter may oe mentioned, as meriting special attention, ,the reproduction oi.Heidelfyeg Cattle, which reresents an ex- puuuiLure vi 5ou,uuu. X'or the average European tins splendid leature needs no de scription. The mere sound of the name brings a rush of joyful memories of "das tt-j v J )) mi si . . Vtbuifjuju. xnen :tjere is the Tublic rrater of Vienna, where refresliir.ftnls .am accompanied by grand orchestral and vocal concerts. Hits of old Paris, a Turkish theater, street in Cairo, a Cafe Chantant, Alaskan village, Japanese tea garden, Ghmese villaee. a cvclorama of the fn .Hawaiian volcanoes, and numerous other attractions miy be .found among the Griental concessions. .0 delight the heart of the old anrnnant is a genuine mining camp in full operation, old adobe huts with tiled roofs, typical of the days of '49; Indians, cow bovs and bucking mustangs. Special days have been set anart through out the fair season .for the individual ob servance.And. celebration. bj the various in terests.represented. For instant Fnrrl.anrl .France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Russia, etc., the several American States, Pacific Coast States and connties, societies and in dustries, each have their jubilee, and these iubUees will -bft able events. " ' But the question of most serious moment in connection with the Midwinter TT.aiV ia how can we -all get, there,? ' Answered in .a twinkle. The Southern Pacific Company has made for .this special occasion the most liberal rates ever affered for the benefit of the public, 'and placed within easy reach of every rierson on Hip. Pacific Coast not only a visit to San Fran cisco and the Fair, but the chance of a lifetime to visit the many other attractions of California. It may be a long time before1 such rich opportunity as this is afforded. Any further information, either in rela tion to the Fair or California in general, may be obtained by calling on or addressing W. H. Dresser, agent at Yuma or T. H. Goodman, General Paseeneer Aeent. San Francisco. First publication March 3, 1894. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE X Third Judicial District of the Tern tory of Arizona in and -for the County of Yuma. John Gandolfo and Eugene F. San- guinetti, partners under the firm name of Gandolfo and Sanguinetti, plaintiffs; vs Samuel Purdy, E. B. Waggy and Francisco Avila, defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and the comnlaint filed in said Yuma JC County, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to Samuel Purdy, E. B. Waggy and Fran cisco Avila, defendants, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiffs, in the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Cour .a;fc Y.uma, in said County, within ten days after the seryice upon you of this Summons, j.f served in this said JCounty, or if served out of this said County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days ihereafter, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day ox seryice, or judgment by default will be Jtaken agains you. Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Terri' Tseal.T tory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, this 1st day of March, A. D. 1894. C. H. BRINLEY, Clerk of said District Court. Automatic Water Gate SO PREVENT OVERFLOW IN Irrigating canals Ditches Reservoirs. 'ine aDove cut illustrates m atttom a Tin WATER GATE, to regulate and keep in subjection the nse.pf water in canal. diiR to nn nvo'r-nhnnri. ant flow, or.to sudden rises in the canal owing to severe rains or storms. It is particularly valuable t.-vhavn sumh a wtr pirivcu in luwer oanK oi canal, at such points aloncr its line Where there are Rnvinpa fii.iiioa Arroyos. Foot Hills, Buttes. or Tableland, as anv rains or storms bring down at such points a surplus of water that is very dangerous to the banks ot canal. The Waste Gate, however, will prevent .SELF-ACTING AND A PERFECT SAFETY VALVE Relieving the canal, at short intervals. n ifs pius water, mus preventing the washing away of banks, and causing treat damaire frpt.pmiiv n ..o., uuu pnpctij uwners an sionir the line, who may suffer more or less damages there afterforthe want of water owing to the damaged condi ion of canal, and while sui;h rennir .- Koi., made. Not only is it valuable to relieve canal of its surplus waUr, to prevent damage and" ex pense, but by its use the first cpst ot canal con struction win ue materially lessened, as the Dinks iieea uui ue maae so nign or wide. The device is extremely nimple, and compara tively inexpensive Its plan '6"f operation is this: There is a pine fastened to an nnonino i tho verticalgate, '1: Wien the body of water rises to the level of the upper end of pipe, 2, water runs freely into the tank, 3, which is immediately filled thus overbalancing the weicht. 4. whioh to thl other end of lever, 5, thus forcing open the gate which suddenly relieves the canal of a large sur plus of water. Vhen body of water recedes below certain level, no more water is admitted tn the tank, tnereiore empties itself by .a small faucet opening, 6, at the bottom: this beinn- rtnne tuv weifc'jiir'UYerDaiances tank, ana Drings down tne: lever, which, being rigid to the swinging tratc" closes it. This operation continues at short iri tervals, so long as the body of water keeps rising over a certain level. The lever, rata, ntn . tank are all rigid, and hinge, or pivot; on a hori- zumai snait. xne gate, nume or bx can he mad ny height width, or lentrth desired' fhe fftran be hinged between any bulkhead "without box. mo Hiiuir uaio u rcnect aaieiy Valve, and is ton body of water what a'safetv valve, in tn .,., They can be made any size, corresponding w ith body of water and size of canal. It is secured' by letters patent, and fgr salo only by g--Wr SARWHART, r No. i Suttee Street, San Francisco, Cal. Please write for price list and further information giving length, top and bottom dimensions of canal. All plans and specifications furnished with every ' THE SENTINEL Published Weekly in Yuma, is one of oldest and moBi reliable newspapers of Arizona, devoted to the progress of the Territory in general and Yuma County in particular. Loyal! -A.ctive! Liberal! Courteous! Its columns will be devoted to fruit growing, fanning raili ng, stock raising, irrigation and the opening up, settlement and development of the yast region of grand country that lies in Southern Arizona and its .surrounding country. lEIS ONE OF THE OLDEST PAPERS THJS Territory. It is the OLDEST and has the LARGEST CIRCULATION in the County. The Latest and Most Reliable JVews 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 hest weekly paper in Western Arizona, esprciajiy adapted to tho needs of those who wish any information in re gard to the valley of the Colorado, the Nile oi t&e West. It presents both sides of ail matters pertaining to the public interest. It has no enemies to punish, 119 friends to pet, but treats all alike fair and truthful. ;" " With Chariiyfor all and Malice toward None," Subscribe for the SENTINEL, and keep posted as to what is going on in Yuma County., .ejus o.f t most favoredsections of Arizona. ONLY $3 PER YEAR &jQLJSrjEJLiJE3 COPIES S5-ES3B- Address, J VV. D0RRINGT0N Yuma, Arizona. JOB PRINTING OF Every Dsscri pfum9 JOB DEPARTMENT OF THE Sentinel Office has just received a ftjie assortment of New Job Type. ALSO A LARGE INVOICE OF WEDJDjING- INVITATIONS, BALL PROGRAMS, HOP INVITATIONS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS. The SENTINEL Job Office ia now pre pared to do all kinds of Job Work with neatness and dispatch. Orders from outside villages wiU .receive prompt attention. Irrigation Bonds. BouAGHTETsroLD Timber Lands, Ranches, Mines, Farms , and Or chards, Bought, sold and Exchanged. Correspondence Solicited. The London & San Franc ij-co Real Estate & Investment Co. Room 12, 3rd Floor, Mills Bldg, SOUTHERN PaCIFIG fiOMPAfrt. COMMENCING Sunday, Feb. 25, 1894. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA AS FOLLOWS: 7,in A. M. (DAILY) Mixed i .ttU Train for Gila Bend, and all way stations. Q,1 AA. M. (DAILY) "SUNSET f iJLV EXPRESS for Coltqn, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Erancisco, Sacramento, Portland and North," ,Ogden ana iiasc. connects at t-olton iqr luver side, Redlands and San Bernardino at Los Angeles for Santa Monica, -Santa Ana, San T I J T T 1. "' ' ' Ct . 1 Af.M. (DAILY) "NEW Oft J.JL V LEANS EXfRESSV .for Gila Bendj Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, Xords burg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans and "Rao trio tt,o S..c " r Overland Tickets Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental Routes Furnished on Application. Parties can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with W. H. DRESSER, Agent. Depot, - - -"-" Yuma. T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO, .CAL Palace AND Family axery Tables are swpvlied with Best the Market Charley Y&ungi PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUM A.. A. T,-' $500 REWARD. I will pay the... abave. reward to any one who will furnish me with the name and proof of the person found mutiiating or defacing my fence, buildings or trees. 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JUST OUT. 12mo, cloth, gil), $1.50 postpaid. GREA.TJBY BEDTJCED JRATES Souhern Pacific MADE BY THE Go. FOR THE CALIFORNIA Mid. w inter ROUND TRIP TICKETS GOOD FOR 30 DAYS YUMA TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN EXCURSION TRIPS FROM SAN FRANCESCO to other points in Cali fornia will be allowetf'purchasers of special Mid winter Fair tickets aft the following round-trip rates: r TO STATIONS UNDER 150 MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE AND ONE-THIRD one-way fare. TO STATIONS 150 MILES OR MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE AliD ONE-FIFTH one way fare. For exact rates and-lull information, inquire of W. H. DRESSER, Agent at Yuma, or address the undersigned. RICH'D GRAY, . T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass'r Agent San Fea5 Cisco, Cal. Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Third Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in", and for the County of Yuma. Alias Summons. B. F. Quinn plaintf vs. Henry Bratnob er defendant. Action brought in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, inandpr Yuma County, and the complaint filed ui said .Yuma County, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. In the name of j&e Territory "of Arizona to Henry Bratnorjer, defendant, Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Thi'rd Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerkf this said Court, at Yuma, in said County; : within ten days after the service upon you of this Summons, if served in this said County, crif served out of this said County and within this said Judicial District, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within thirty days thereaftor, the times above mentioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default will be taken against you." Given under my band and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial seal. District of the Territory of Arizona, ! in and for Yuma County, this 3rd day qf April, A. D. 1894. C. H. BRLNLEY, Clerk of said District Court. OR. JORDAN & CO.'S GREAT MUSEUM OF A5AT0MT lO&l Market St, Saa Fraaelceo Between 6ih and 7th Sts.) Go and learn how wondeifullv yoa are made and how to avoid ricinesa 'and disease. Museum enlarged with thousands of new objects. Adsua. Kbn 25 cts. .Private Office Sams Bmildlnff 1031 market Street Diseases of men: stricture. loss of manhood, diseases of the akin and kidneys quickly cured without the use of mer cury. Treatment persouauy or by letter. Sea for book. When visiting the Midwinter-Fair be sure to see Jordan's Museum . PENSIONS THE DISABILITY BILL IS A LAvC SoIdiers.Disablcd o n e the War -arEntitlei ipependnt, widows an parents-jww ' derenden wnose sons aiea irom enctis i army serrice are in cluded. I! you wish your claim spcedifyHand sus cesslunosecuted, Jp lateC.ommissioriergf Pensiojw-JJissjjtQftfgii.D. C For Sale at this ordar. Saa Francisco, Cal. J. W. DORRINGTON.