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Cltlltt "IndfependenLin AU Thiiigs iff VOL. XXIII. YUMA.,, ARIZONA, SATURDAYj Hi 1894: NUMBEE 52. THE WIZONi SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY- Ji WORRIN&TOHf, Irbi'. SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months. - - - 31 50- One Year - - - 3 00 A OVERUSING RATES wade known on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. TUIC DICED '5 kePfc on Gle at r:-E: C Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchatige, San FranciBCO, California, where- contracts for advertising can be made for it. - official directory: TXtRItORUL omcai. L. C. HUGHES C. M. BHUCE . . ." HC BOONE FRANK J. HENEY , C. A. MANNING J. A. FLEMING aoTSXVOK t lEC&ETAST....t. AUDITOR.. ....I ATTOB.JTCT GtKTRlI. 8SRYETOR GCSEKAl Trsisctebr Son. or Pubuc iKSTftccnoir . . .F. J. NETHERTON M. A. SMITH DitIO ATE TO COKORKSS S err. Territorial Pwseir. THOMAS GATES TUCSON LAXD orTICE. Rkistih EUGENE J. TRIPPEL. RCMV E. M. MONK cccjitt ornciRi. biRRlCT JraoK A. C. BAKER Clirk or District Court C. H. BRINLEY v. ) JOHN GANDOLFO, Chairman. R.M. 8irrtRTisoR (STRAUSS and B. A. HARASZTnY lrrk or Board or Supeuviscrs... J. L. RE Prokats Jcmb & Surr. Schools. .. ..F. 5isiwct-Attcrket..V.V. CALVERT WILSON TKm ..". '.. ALTHEE MODFSTI RECORDER ..... JAMES L. POWELL Sdrvetor B- MARTIN SSb::: h. field frecixct orncERs. GEO. A. DUKE AMD IRA MABBETT M. THUKLOW. FREDLEY and I. LEVY Jf tleca ot -tke Peac YrcsUM ot Yuma School DU r, M. J. NUGENT. Vk9& StaUi Cuttora Home Dputy Collector crrr orncEU, Mayor. F. S. INGALLS FRED FREDLEY, W. T. GONDE't, W. W. WOODMAN, FRANK REDONDO. J. L. VNDERWERKE!l. F.B. WIGHTMAN. eouneilsja .-City Attorney. C lty Recorder. A..6IUI J. NEAH, Sa:;::::::::::"::":"BT.HATCH RULES OF POST OFFICE. , The office is open from 7 a. M. to 7 p. m., daily. Sundays from 12:40 to 1:40 P. su and 5 30 to G:30 P. M. at-bouri'd uail closes at . . . 5:00 p. M. West-bound xrtail closes at . . . 6:00 A. M. Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting 3atnrdays, wlwjn it closes at S P. M. No Money Order c'r Postal Notes issued Sun- i Kail from Parker, Khrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Thurs days at 7 A. v.; and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays. F. B. LOGAN, P. M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets very Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Viit nghretheren in good standing are invited t attend. Y0"" n c- H and p D. M duty re. M. W. F, B. Wightman, R. C. A. R. JwJC. FreinonJ Post, No. 9, meets the Second- and Ls Monday of rach month. 5CJ. C. Stove. 1 Geo. H. Field; . .Adjutant, f Com manner -jg-ULLARD,' PURDY GEO. . ATTORNEY- AT-LAW. practices in all Courts. "Business promptly attended to. Office in Modestl Building, First St., next j- door to Dr. Yemen. OLLER, L. N. M-. D. sureeozl. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, tWa - - - ARIZONA. TtniELD, GEO. H., M. D. formerly Surgeon of U. S. Array . Special attention to - SURGERY AND CHRONIC DISEASES TuiJA, : ; Arizona. yy c. davTs ATTORN E Y-AT- LAW. . YUMA, A. T. "lLSON,, CALVERT ATTO&N EY-AT-LAW, -TANDERWERKER, J.L. f . ATTOUNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. Mining, Land and Irrigation Law a Specialty.. , -ITT ATTORNEY, YUMA ARIZONA. jgNIGHT, GEO. MM. ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) ... "Yuma. .: : : Arizona. gusbNvw. 0. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ; . . ?rictice in all the Courts of the Territory. Special attention paid to Iand practice, audv; Collections. Office Hist -,xloar jorith of Oriental saloor, Yuma, A. T. JpTJRDY, SAMUEL, : . ATTO RNEY-AT-L A W. Special attention to Land Business. Yuma. - - - - Arizona, JAWING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC AND PROEATEJU-DOE. YOMA, A&IXOKA. OTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KINSLEY. , Can bo found at the office ot the Sentinel James Milton "xx Plate SHEET IRON WORKER. I have, now a complete line of hard-s- ware. Cooking, atoves, wood, .kerosene and coal, a specialty. Plumbing Promptly Attended to, and all Kinds of Job Work Specialty. FOOT OF f, MAIN STREET. YUMA ARIZONA. 'HE U. S. CHANGE, G M, THUKLOW, Prop., MADISON AVENUE; YUMA Keeps always o'a liand the choicest brands o WINES, LiiUORS AND CIGARS City Meal Market, DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Ratal Deafer in BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. ILVCaIxl Street. 5Zrix.xia., PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. ANDMADIS0N 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. CJiarges Reasonable. Palace Barber Shop, -IN THE- SOUTHERN PACIFIC HPTEJ. SHAVING: HAIR CUlTiNG AND SH AMPOUlNlx Done in First-class Style and tc the Queen's Taste.' HOf AND COL DBATHS, A; . HAINES Proprietor THE PLACE, L; J. F. Iaejer, Prop. Gs'r. of First and Main Sts., Yuma, A.f . The Fit. est Brands Wines and Whiskies. Imported Cigars. of THJfi GEM, C. V.MEEDEN.Prc,, Main street Clioice . - wine; liquors and cigars both Foreign and Dfancutji: brands. NEATLr 3r"--rxxiixo.ca. jit fiooms -for the 5comoda'tSpn tqf tht pnMic .. .. . .'EVERYTHING . - - in every respect aud popular Mfdii. W. L. Douglas O ll Wfa NO SQUEAKINQ $5. CORDOVAN, rntnonoiEJWieu-CUWUJ-.- .5-RNECAlf&IOWfiA!Ba 3.5PP0LICE.3 Soles. 2;17JBiJY5SCHML5H0ESi LADIES- SEND FOR CATALOGUE WL.DOUGLAS. BROC1CTON. MASS. yB cub isre tnonrr by purcliaainc W. i. DoueIb" Shoe, Because, we are tac Inrest manufacturers oi advcrascil shoes in the world, aud guarantee the value by stampinB the name and price: on the bottom, which protects you against litgh prices aud the middleman's profits. Our shoes equal custom work m style, easy fitting and wearins qualities. We have t'.tem sold every where at lower prices for the value ven thar any other make. T.ike no substitute. If your dealer cannot supply,you, we can. Sold by Dealer, whose name will shortly. appear Here. Agent wanted. Apply at once. FOR SALE. $1 O AAA A. BARGAIN, JL ,UUU . 107 acres in the Russian river vallcv, two miles from Rail road depot. Thirty-five acres Zinfandel grapes in full bearing. Family orchard; alfalfa and hay land, fiood buildings, wood on. place; water piped to buildings. Also drug stock and fixture in Healds burg, Cal. Wifi trade eitiier place for good business property. Addrpss,' FRANK BULtR, HeaMsburg, Cat. Trees! Trees! I'rees! Any one contemplating setting cither Citrus or Deciduoiis Trfps, will consult thir lfst interest by making their wants known to NURSERYMAN AND BERRY GROWER, GLENDORA, CAL. PE'SIQITS THEjJJSBILlTSlLL H A LAW. Soldiers Disabled p e the war are Entitled Dependent widows an parents now dependen whose so died from cffc t- f army service arc m- luded.. If you wish your claim sp edily and sue ecssfullyproseeuted, IftMf C .TlW?4?R 1 ite Uoinniisaio'ier o( Pensions, Washington. 0. C. D& JORDAN & CO.'S GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY 1051 ?5IarIet St.; San Francisco (Between 6th and 7th Sts.) Oo and loom how wonderfully ? ou are made and how to avoid Mi'knt ' !i'J il.sea'A. Mu;t'U,enlargcd 3yith thousands Of Dew obircts.' Amuis- sioti 25 cts. . :-j I'rlratc Office vame KuIIdlii 105 1 Iharket Street Diseases of men: stricture, loss of nanhood, diseases of the skin and kidneys qnirkly onred without the use ot m- jct eurvTreataient persoually or by letter. Scud Lon Established Practitioner. and Hi For Sale at this $m 810 and 820 Genuine Confederate Bills ZSj only live cenU each: 8100 and 850 bills ten cents-each. ?5 and 60 cent shinplaste?s ten ce. -each.- l and 82 bills 25 cents each. Sent securely sealed on receipt d-p,rice. Address', CHAS. B. BaRKEB, West Atlanta, Ga'. Jrizona'.HjSttriaal Solely! The material prepared for ihe above named society will be .pub lished for the four; moni.Hs tbegin- ning with4ihe Jvtlv, 1894 number, in the .'Overlaad Monthly, Saii Francipeo, Caj.,-uiider tfie caption of "Building a State in Apache Land." Subscription price, $3 a year, in advance, or $1 for the four numbers. v i!as. D. Poston, President. TIc$' lVn&t rvnmes; The Russell Art Fublihhihg To., of 928 Arch Street, LUiiladelphi;), desire the names and addiesn of a-ff-yr ;peopJ,o4u every town u ho are interested in woiks of art, and to secure them they offer to send free, "Cupid (Strides the iBoaJr,1:" ..a. superbly executed witter .color picture,, she -10x13 inches, suitable for-frjt'miugj and sixteen bother pictures about same size,, in colors, to any 6ne.seuding them atv-once the names and address of ten persons (admirers -of tine pictures) together with tdx tvo-cent 8ta.lllp to cover expense of mailing, etu.. The re gular price of these pictures is $1 00, but they can all be secured free by any person forwa.dini; the names and stamps promptly. NtTE The editor of this paper has already .received copies of above pictures anilcausiders them really "Gems of Art," 3 PROCEEDlNGiS OF THE Board of Supervisors. dFFici2(OP THE : .v Board of Supervisors,1 Yuma A. T , Oct. 1894 Boanl met purbtiant to hajriurn ment at lU'a. m. Roll icaljed. Present: Chair.man John Gandol fo, Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy and Clerk. Supervisor R. M. Straii?, absent. On motion seconded rtnd carried the firm ,of. Ni'-reiga & Revira of tar4ui H.ulav,aie all.oy,ed rebate on liquor license for January, Feb ruary and March, 1898, in the amount of $30., . The firm of Noreiga Bros, is also aMlow'd rebate on licenses for April, May and June, 1893. in the amount of $30. Bill of P. F. Burke, constable fees, allowed $21 75. Bill of P. F. Burke, constable fees, allowed $10f Certificate of nomination of Reg ular Republican ticket of Yunia county, received and filed. Certificate of nomination of reg ular Democratic .ticket of Y unia county, received and filed. Certificate of nomination of reg ular People's Party ticket received Hrid filed. On motion of Supervisor H. A: Haraszthy and seconded by Chair man JoTin Gaudolfo, the p.tecinbt bf Casilp Dp'tne i attached to an,d formed into a part of the Yuma Precinct. On motion seconded and carried the Board adjourned until the 15th of October, at 10 o'clock' a. m. ! ioiiN (Jandoi.fo, v Chairman. J. L Redondo, Clerk. Yuma, A. T , Oct 15, 1894. Board met pursuant to adjourn- "ment af f'5'a. in. Roll called. lres,-, ent: Chairman John (Jaiid-!f, Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy and Clerk.; Supervisor R. M. Straus, absent. On motion seconded and carried J. V. Dorrington is awarded the contract to'' prin t -the Great Biegi3 ter and county election tickets and all other supplies necessary for the election to be . held '0Tn' Nov. & 1894. Trie same to be done in ac cordance with statutes and officers to be voted for. A Jist shall be furnished by the Board', in ac cordance with certificates of nom inations filed in the office of said Board. Size' of ticket to be five inches wide by 20 inches in Jength and the names thereori to be tf f an inch apart. On motion duly made ando:r ried the following resolution was adopted. That, After more careful in quiring into the facts of the num ber of voters residences in the precincts of Castle Dome and Tacn.a as heretofore created by this Board on the 21st day of July, 1894, and it appearing to the Boa-d that there are not a sufficient num ber of voters in said mentioned precincts for potying officers of elec tion' it is Hereby ordered by the Board that .the resolution and order of this Board made on the '21st day of July. ' 1894, be rescinded, can celled and voided and that said precincts of Castle Dome and Taciia are cancelled and voided and .that the Territory 'heretofore- created into and embraced in the precinct -of acna..is attached to and formed into a part of the precinct of .Mo hawk. , v . 3 ;On motion Bdar&adjoufned un til to-morrow at 10 a m. ...Toax Gandolfo. Chairman. J. L; Redondo, Clerk. Yuma. A..T., Oct. 16, 1894. Board met. pursuant to adjoUrJi men at 10 o'clock- a. ra. Roll called. . Present;.. .John Gandolfoi Qhairmari,- Huu'eryteor'i B.f ..- A.; Haraszthy atid Clerk. Absent, Supervisor R. M. Sirain. Ort motion seconded and cairied the board proci-eded to appoint officers for the differt-nt. election precincts throughout Yuma county as follows to-wit; Yuma Precinct. rn-pector, Isaac f.evy. J udges, D. M. Field and B. C. HeyJ; 'Ballot Clerks. - C. V Meedenj Frank Hedondd, John Pugitt'k.d Frank. Eastman. Ehrenberg. Inspector, Jamev Macey;, Judges, T. Hamilton and Porter Lard; Ballot Clerks, Frank Norton, Jesus Daniel, T. W. Pie son and Ytf.T Gray. The Board took a recess until 2 p. m Two o'clock p;. ni.; .itoll balled. Present: Chairman John Gandolfo and Supervisor B A, Haraszthy and Clerk: Ab'seKt, Supervisor R. M.'Stratis. The Board continued lb make the appniutmepts for the remain ingleptiHn precincts of the county: NdHdii's Landing. Inspector, F. Vomocil; Judges Miguel Marti nez and A- Casares. Toltec. Inspector, A. E. Martin; Judges; W, H. Dickinson and Thos. Uuderhili; Biillot Clerks, J: B Mar tin and E. F. Snider: Mohawk. Inspsctor, W. F. Walsh; Judges, O. F. Pierce and James Ryan; Ballot Clerks, Chas. Wart man nrid M. Stiles. Texas Hili. In.-pector, O. F. Thornton; Judges. N A. Lewis and Jas. Brav: Ballot Clerks, J. K Snively and J. E. Crouch. Harrisburg Inspector, W. F. Moffat; Judges, O. B. Bloomer and Contreras; Ballot Clerks, John Wajgner and John Rarick. BouStia. Inspector, Sam But tler; Juds, .1. Donnelly and E. S Baker, Ballot Clerks. John Noriega, W. P: MiriiitiriokP. Burns and H Nevins. - Gila City -Inspector, C. ICing; Judges. .Joe Minter and A. Leffei; Ballot Cierks, Pascual Bedoy and Miguel Coz. Tys-on's Wells. Inspector,.!. A. gkfJ Judges, M, ..Wells, and If F Bradshaw; Ballot Clerks, E. Kane and F. Frost. On motion made and duly seconded the Board adjourned un til to-morrow at 10 o'clock a. m. John Gandd'lfo,. Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk. Yuma, Ariz., Oct. 17, 1894. ABpard. met pursuant J.0 adjourn ? inent at 10 dlock a. m. Roll called. Present: Chairman John a.mdnlfn and Sunervisor B. A. Haraszthy .flnd. Clerk Absent Supervisor R. M. Straus. y The Board instructed the Clerk qfaijl Board to telegragh he Ter ritorial Secretary at Phoenix for the certificates of the Territorial candidates. , i- . - ' ' 0:i niotion Boirdtoolc recesa un til 2 o'clock p. m. .'Tvvb 'clpck p. ra. Roll called. Present: Chairman John Gan dolfo and Supervisor B. A. Haras thy and Clerk. -Absent, Super visor R. M. Straus. No returns Having' been received from the Territorial Secferyvythe Board adjourned until 2 p. m. to morrow. . : John Gandolfo, '. . Chairman. J. L. Redondo, Clerk; Yuma, A. T., Oct. 18, 1891. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 2 p. m. Roll called. Present:. Chairman John Gandol-, fo Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy and Clerk. Supervisor R. M. Straus, absent. Certificates of Territorial nomi nees having been received the same were ordered placed on file and the Clerk is hereby ordered to enter the-natpes 'df said candidates on the county ticket the same as on fi.l:-, ' - li nu te read and approved and the Board adjourned until Nov. 19th. - - 1 'Four Big S'uccesSesV Having the needed merit to more than make good alt the advertising claimed for them,- the follow inii -four .remedies -have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. Kriij's New Discovery, for consumption, Coughs and Colds, Teach bottle guaranteed 'Ele'c .tria -fiittera,- thtrm'eat -re.nedy. .for Liver, &toi,aeU,ond--Kidaeys.- Bucklen's vArniea Sulve, thit best J-in 'the world, and Dr. King's N'e-.v Life Pills which are a perfect pill. All these rem-jdies are guaranteed to do just what h claimed for them and the dealer whose namo is attached herewith 5ll hn ilad to tell voa more of them. .. ... o . - - Sold at (iondor & Co.'s drugstore. ' WT IpHE official reports show that nx baking $pwcfer received an award over the Royal at the Chi cago World's Fair. The judge of awards on baking powder, writes that the claim by another company to have received the highest award is false; that no such award was given to it. . ; . The Royal Baking- Pbwder is the purest and strongest baking powder ifiadej and lias received the highest award at the Great International Expositioris and World's Fairs wher ever exhibited in competition with others. j ; - . It makes thb finest, lightest, sweet est, most wholesome bread, cake and pastry. More economical than any other leavening agent. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. Kecrlons ri1 lint. a re Feared aad Sbiinned ly 'ie ladlaus. While all travelers aro aware of the fact that there are mountains of stupendous magnitude in th West, their grandest conception, even though they may have spent season after season in the summei resorts, will not approach the reali ty as it is found in the bypaths away from the haunts of man. FJiere are ranges so mysterious and weird in conformation and general contour as to be a perpetual taboo against Indians, and where a white man could peacefully live out all his days even were he surrounded by the most warlike- of-'the tribes. Take the Mogolones Kange away southwest in Arizona. It is a drear and dead Territory, so far ajyay from ordinary lines of travel that its name'sis rarely heard even in that country. The range of mountains is the home of tribes of men who have never to this day set eyesxm a white man. It is pos sessed of a rnys.teriousn.es8 that charms the white man vvho wanders that far away, yet it seems be witched, and the lone traveler through its valleys sees strange sights and hears, strange -sounds, 'as if he were' in the presence of dis embodied spirits of those who had the temerity to explore this region before him. - . ' - The Mount of the Hoty Crops has been immortalized by ,Moran, and thousands of humid eyes have gazed upon that Christain symbol erected in the clouds by God'a own hand. There are other and grander mounts of theholy cross, even more fWfrtet .than ' that so frequently Tl,,. 1?. rWn .in Jhe , . J i iiu ,iu heart of the rooky range-with other woifderous -possibilities- that await the future explorer Ot. J-nat vast unknown region of Northern Idaho and Wvomine. There Are to be found strange rock formations similar to those across the water in the Director of the Bureau of Miues Fingall's CauVeway, which are both j to purchase and erect a complete ?. j . ' iflH in the'ew plant of machinery for tho duplicated a thousandfold in the j of ld oreg bv tbe of majestic caiasnc- Id ho. St. fjoriife Republic. Buckoes Arnica saiva The Best Salve in the 'world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum, Fcer Sores Tf.tter, Chapped Hinds, Chilbrains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positi vely -cure Piles or no pay required. Lt is guarranteid to give perfect satisfaction, or money re nnded. '- Price 25 cents per bnx. for Sale bv W.t. 'Gonder & Co. It is said that the Picacho Placer mills was started up last Saturday morning and $500 cleaned up. Aj full force is working day and . niaht. The ereat Dumping plant! 4 wnrkinc Rliccefisfull V. - D a - 106 WALL ST.. NEW-YORK. . David Armstrong is in the city from the Harqua Hala mountains, says the Phoenix Herald. The primary object of .Mr. Armstrong's visit was to bring the glad intelli--gence to his partner, Frank Smith, that on Monday night the- night shift on their property tincovere'd a three-foot ledge of ore that means a fortune to them. The ledge has been traced for a thousand feet up the mountain and is free milling gold ore, which will go from $150 to $500 per ton. Several pockets hhave been found in the ledge which; will go over $5000 to the ton.-- Ife i& an immense find, and both part ners are consequently jubilant.-' Arrangements have been made with W. C. Davis of Golden, 'where by the 10-stamp mill on his claim will at onbe be put to worfc on ors from the new find and bullion pro duped. There is plenty of water, and a large spring is located5 on the claim from which water will be piped to the mill and used to furnish pbiy.er through the motor" for running the mill. Al Sunset camp Charles Prange has 12 men. at work developing his property, which is showing up nicely. The; shafts are down about 140 feet and all in good ore. Hoisting works ; wj.U be put up on Mr. Prange's re turn from St. Louis, where he now is on a mining busines.au , , Marvelous Results. From & iettpf written by Rev. J. Gun overman, of Diamondale, Mich., we are . permitted to make this extract: "1 have no' hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery: as the results were almost marvelous ii the case of my wife. "While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at ' Rives Junction she was brought down with Pnehrilonia ' succeeding La Grippe. Ter rible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seem- led. as. if she could not survivethem. A irieua recommenueu ut- . a highly satisfactory in results." Trial - . bottles free at Gonder & Ho. a arugssore. Regular size 50c. and S1.00. The Board of Regents" of the Uni versity of Arizona has authorized stamp milling process; A nve stamp mill with all modern appli ances will be added to the present extensive apparatus-in the mill of" the School of Mines at the Univer-: sity . Heretofore the officers of th'is important- department. Jiave been able to treat nearly all classes of ores, much of tho machinery being, especially adapted to silver ores.. The increasing output of gold in the territory and the growing de mand for tests upon a working scalo have led the Director to plan this necessary addition. .-With; .this t i operation no testing wors in the TJivited Stt.es, will be better pre- ' -I . 1 ' H . ' 1 ,1 pared io nana le ores in :urg t i 83ia! ilVlote. say heur oi the day.