OFFICIAL COUNT PAPfcS.
""ST'-cixxx.. -Farias tsrift.
SATURDAY, NOV. 24, ISO 4.
With this issue the Sentinel
commences the twenty-fourth year
of its existence.
Since its birth it has guarded
and watched over the interests of
the city and county and the Terri
tory in general, without cessation
During the interim it has ever
advocated the resources the many
advantages and opportunities of
fered to the husbandman and cap
italist, and at last, it is pleased
to see what it honestly believes to
be the opening in the near future
for Yuma and her agricultural and
mineral wealth, an era of pros
perity never before seen or thought
of by her people.
The Sentinel has the honor of
being the Eecond -oldest paper, in
In the future as in the past- the
Sentinel will continue to stand
guard over the prosperity of the
county and the welfare of the peo
ple. In a late issue of the Tucson Star
the following coiupliiv-entary notice of
the Territorial prisom farm made its
The Star has froqupntly predicted
that the Territorial prison could and
would within a reasonable time lf'eoinp
wholly or at least partially self sus
taining. The outlook is at present
most encouraging. A large number of
the prisoners are engaged in stone
cutting and removing cement gravel,
which is disposed of at a reasonable
price, and a large force is now engaged
in clearing the prison farm and in a
few days a garden will oe planted out
in all kinds of vegetables, as it must
not be forgotten that Yuma is well
nigh a frostless region. Jt is the in
tendon to experiment with all kinds
of farm produce during this season as
well as with sugar cane and perhaps
rice. Mr. Moore, who is in charge of
the prisoners working the farm, i. an
experienced farmer of North Carolina,
the products of which state he believes
can be most successfully raised on the
prison farm, and his o mion appears
to be reasonably well founded. T n
acres have been clparod and more will
be added day by day. The outlook
for the prison farm is most encourag
ing and Superintendent Gates and his
assistant, Mr. Shaw, are to bo con
gratulated on the progress made as
well as on the prospective future.
We are pleased to see by the above
item that the prison labor is at last to
The Skntinel for a long time has
been in favor of just such a move on
the part of those ha. ing charge of
that institution, that has now taken
place, and frequently in our columns
have appeared suggestions to that
There can be no doubt, if the en
terprise now being carried on by the
prison officials is properly managed,
that the prison will in a few years be
nearly if not wholly self-sustaining.
We have full confidence in the
ability of Supt. Thos. Gates and his
assistants in making a success of tlm
Joint -Councilman A, J. Doean is
prominently mentioned as president
of the council and Harry Carpenter,
of Yuma county .as speaker of the
house. Both are solid Republicans
and men of ability and will honor the
positions. Sulphur Vally News.
The press of the Territory should -agitate
the question of good roads. Without good
roads the ranchers and travelling public are
at a disadvantage. Tombstone Prospector.. ,
We consider the above item
timely and appropriate. There i.
no other improvement which will
be noticed by the tourist and .set
tler quicker or with better results
than good highways, let alone thf
great benefits to be derived by our
farmers and miners. Let our pub
lic roads be improved and that at
At the late meeting in Phoenix
of the Masonic Grand Lodtie of
Arizona, the following members
were selected as officers.
R. N. Fredericks, of Prescott.
grand master A. "L. Grow, of fomb
sone, deputy grand master; Win.
F. Nichols, of Wilcox, senior grand
warden; Wm. M. Griffith of Flor
ence, junior grand warden; Martin
W. Kales, of Phoenix, grand treas
urer; George J. Roskruge, of Tuc
son, grand secretary.
We were sorrv to see by the offi
cial returns of Cochise count v that
C. W. Pueh. candidate for the
Council, was defeated. Mr. Push
ia editor and proprietor of the Sul
nhur V.-lley News, a -weekly paper
printed at Wilcoc and one of the
newsiest sheets published in the 1 er
ritorv. It seems that the more
newspaper men do for their sec
tion the less they are appreciated
bv those receiving benefits theie
from, as it is generally a .newspaper
man's fate to get "left."
Proceedings of the Board of
Ofeick op the
Board of Supervisors,
' op Ydma County.
Yuma, A. T., Nov. 19, 1894.
Board met pursuant to adjournment at 10 a. m. Roll called. Present:
Chairman John Gandolfo, Supervisor B. A. Haraszthy and Clerk. Super
visor R. M. Straus, absent.
All the election returns having been received from the different pre
cincts of Yuma County, where polls wera opened and the law having been
complied with, the Board proceeded to can vaS3 the votes of the County as
The Probate Judge being present, counts the vote for the Board ot
Candidates. es o g 6 c, " .2 'Z
Delegate to Congress:
N. 0. Murphy, R 108 11 5 ' 12 4 7 7 3 2 7 166 33
J. C. Herndon, D 90 1 7 12 3 6 5 2 1 1 128
W. 0. O'Neill, P 70 5 5 16 29 2 1 .. 1 4 133
Councilman at Large:
A. J. Dornn, R 119 12 16 2 6 4 2 2 7 174 3
Jos. Campbell, D 104 2 11 19 9 8 9 3 2 4 17i
G. W. Woy, P 31 3 2 6 22 1 1 66
F. L. Ewing, R 136 14 4 17 11 8 4 5 3 9 211
M. J. Nugent, D ". 139 4 13 24 20 5 11 1 3 3 223 12
Member of House:
J. H. Carpenter, R. . . 154 16 6 13 8 9 9 4 4 8 231 42
R. M. Straus, D 106 2 11 28 26 5 5 2 1 5 1SB
B. A. Haraszthv, R . . 68 11 3 5 4 8 . . 1 . . 6 106
Mel. Greenleaf, D 126 6 11 24 14 6 11 5 6 5 214 89
S. S. Gillespie, P 84 1 3 12 19 1 4 . . 1 . . 125
F. S. Ingalls, R: 151 17 8 28 15.. 10 6 5 2 8 248 65
W. L. Hopkins, D ... 121 1 9 13 17 ... 5 9 2 3 3 183
J. L. Redondo, R 128 13 6 10 18 6 6 2 5 8 202
M. L. Pool, D 149 5 11 31 17 8 8 3 2 4 238 36
W, O. Huson,R 95 16 1 17 9 8 2 2 3 4 157
S. Purely, D 113 1 13 13 11 4 11 4 2 6 178 21
H. C.Davis, P 55 1 2 11 16 2 2 ...... 89
A. Frank, R 159 14 5 26 14 . . 7 8 3 1 8 245i 66
G. M. Knight, D 10S 3 12 14 19 .. 7 6 2 4 4 179
John Gandolfo, R 147 .11 5 11 13 4 6 5 3 6 211 31
J. H. Graham, R 81 11 6 9 8 8 3 . . . . 10 136 . .
A. Modesti, D 186 4 10 25 19 9 8 5 6 3 275139
S. B. Hinds, D 94 7 12 31 17 5 7 . . 2 5 180
O. F. Townsend, R. . . 149 10 8 22 18 10 9 3 5 8 242 73
D. B. Beatty, D 109 8 9 17 U 3 4 2 1 2 169
Justices of the Peace:
Geo. A. Duke, R 142
J. Avarette, R 10A
J. R. Marable, D 101
Ira Mabbett, D 136
Frank Ward, R 107
James Jones, R ..t. 142 .
Peter Burke, D. 86'
P. B. Hodges. D 125
For Precinct officers the following I
votes were cast. 1
Justice of the Peace for Ehren
berg Precinct, Tom Hamilton, 3
Constables, Kfaflin,- 2; Thorn
Justice of the Peace for Toltec,
Geo Kirkland, 20; C. H. Mauk, 1;
C. W. Jagerman, 12; Constables, T.
Underbill, 23; J.- R. Milnes, 6; D.
13. Morris, 7.
Justice of the Peace for MohaWk
Precinct, W. F. ChappSl, 7,- 0. F.
Pierce, 10; Constables, J. "W.
Fawkner, 5; T. A. Fulton, 9.
Justice of the Peace for Harris
burg Precinct, O". B. Blccfmer,- 12;
J. M. Rarick, li.
justice of the Pea ca for Gila City
Precinct, C. King,- 16.
Justice of-the Peace fo'r Tyson
Wells Precinct, L. F. BradShaw,- i'S,
Constable, G- Cook, i2.
In consideration of the above' can
vass of the returns of election the
Board declares the following named
persons elected as county officers a's
For Territorial Council. M. J.
Nug.-nfv D., 223 votes; maj. 12.
For tho Assembly. J. H. Car
penter, R 231 votes; maj. 42.
For Sheriff. Mel Greenleaf, D.,
'214 votes; mj. 89.
For Treasurer. F. S. Ingalls, R.
248 votes.: inni. 65.
For Recorder. M. L. Pool, D. 238
votes: iiini. 6b.
For District Attorney. S. Purdyt
D.. 178 votes; . mnj. J2.1.
For Probate-Judge. A. Frank, R.,
245 votes: mai. 66.
For Supervisor. John 'Gandolfo,
R 211 votes: mni 31. A. Jdodesti,
D , 275 votes; maj. 139.
For Surveyor. O. F. Townsend,
R., 237 votes mai. 73.
For Justice of the Peace. Geo.
A. Duke. R., 142 votes: mai 39. Ira
Mabbett, D., 136 votes; maj. 33.
For Constables. James Jones, R
142 votes; maj. 35. P. B. Hodges,
D., 125 votes; nioj. 17.
For Justice of the Peace. Tom
Hamilton, 3 votes; maj. 1.
For Constable. Will Thcrnberry,
3 votes; maj. 1 .
For Justice of the Peace. Geo.
Kirkland, 20 votes; maj. 8.
For Constables. T. Underhill; 23
votes; maj. 16.
For Justice of the Peace. O. F.
Pierce, 10 votes; maj. 3.
For Constable. T. A. Feflton, 9
votes: mai. 4.
For justice of the Peace. O. B.
Bloomer, 12 votes; maj. 1.
GILA CITY PRECINCT.
For justice of the Peace. C King,
TYSON WELLS PRECINCT,
Justice of the Pace. L, F. Brad-
shaw, 13 votes; maj. 1.
And ft is further ordered that the
Clerk of this Board make and deliver
certificates of election to each person
so declared elected.
Minutes read and approved. On'"
motion Board adjourned sine die.
r. L. Redondo', Clerk.
Territory of Arizona, Executive 1
Department. ... J
Phoenix, Sunday; November 11," 1894. )
To the People of the Territory of Arizona
Kecogniz'ing the manifold bfessings of a
kind Providence during the past year and in
accordance with a revered custom of the
American people and in conformity with" the
proclamation of the President of the United
States, I do hereby appoint
THURSDAY, koVeMbeb 29, 1894,
a day of Thanksgiving and prayer to be
observed by the people throughout the Ter
ritory. Truly tbe hearts of patriots ought to be
filled with gratitude and thanksgiving when
we consider the outcome of h"e threa'tening'
events of the past year, which demonstrates
that the principles of our Government when
in the keeping of wise and courageous hands
are sufficient to meet and overcome the
greatest danger , which may menace the. in
tegrity or perpetuity of the Republic.
Since the people of our Territory have
been especially favored with more than
ordinary peace, plenty and prosperity, and
the absence of want and distress in its many
forms, let us with grateful hearts cease from
eir'business pursuits on that day, and with
one accord "Give thanks unto the Lord for
his merciful kindness to the children of
In testimony I have hereunto set my
hand and causefltto be affixed the Great Seal
of the Territory
Done at Phoenixj-'the. capital, the Eleventh
day of November, in the year of our Lord,
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety
Four, and of our American independence
the one hundred and eighteenth.
seal. Louis C-Hughes.
By the Governor: '
Charles M. Bruce.
Secretary of the Territory.
"How to Cure Ail Skin Dcseases-'
Simply apply "Swavne's Ointment."
No internal medicine required. Cures tet
ter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face,
hands, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear,
white and healthy. Its great healing and
curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swyne's
Notice to TaxPayefsV .
Notice i3 hereby ' givirn that the
"Duplicate Assessment Roll" of Yuma
County fok the year 1894, is now in
my possession for the collection of the
taxes levied therein, and that said tax
will be Delinquent on the 3rd Monr
day of December next, hereafter, and
unless paid on that day or' prior there
to, rive per cent will be. added to the
amount thereof as penalty. Taxes
must be paid in my office, in the vil
lage of Yumab'etween the hours of 9
o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m.,
every day, except Sundays and Holi
days. Althee Modesti,
County Treasurer and ex-oth'cio Tax
Yuma, A. t. Sept. 15. 1894
Phoenix Restaurant &
JOE GUN. Prop,
In connection with the Place
Meals 25c, 35c.'and 50c., served
at all hours of the day and
Board per week,,$6.
Per month $25.
Fish and game in season.
Bread, cake and pies for sale.
Icecream every day. Lunches
put up to order. Meals at all
hours, day and night. Private
rooms for ladies.
DR. J. P. YEMEN,
Best of Wdrh Bone,
At Reasonable Prices.
MODESTI BLOCK. ON FIRST STREET.
united States Land Office,
Tucson, Arizona, Nov. 2, 1894. J"
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Ellen F. Marable against Emma
W . Free'man for failure to comply with the
law as to desert land entry No. 2226", dated
January 20th, 1893 upon the West half of
Section 12, ToVnship 10 S., Range 24 W
in Yuma County, Arizona, with a view to
the Cancellation of said entry Contestant
alleging that the said Emma W. Freeman
has wholly abandoned said tract of land and
has failed to make rmy improvements on
said land whatsoever and has not made the
expenditure of one dollar per acre in the
first year after making said entry as re
quired by the Desert Land Act of March
3rd, 1891, in the cultivation
and irrigation of said land or
towards the obtaining of any water
supply with which to reclaim said land from
its original desert condition, and said land
is now in its original desort condition as
when the claimant made said- desert land
The Contestant having filed affidavit in
this office July 5th, 1S94, setting forth the
fact that after using due diligence she is un
able to get personal service upon the Con-
tesiee ana asKS mac saiu. service inuy ue uau
by publication in the Arizona SeiitInel, a
paper publislien at Xuaia, Arizona. JLiie
same, is hereby granted, and the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at the
office cf Frank L. Ewinu, Probate Judge of
Yuma County, -at his office in Yuma", Ari
zona, on the 24 day of December,- 1894, at
10 o'clock a. m. to raapDuu amr furni3a
testimony concerning said alleged failure.
Hearinsr before Reirister Snd Receiver U
S. Land Office, at Tucson. Arizona,- on the
31 day of December, 1894, at 2 o'clock p. m.
EDWARD R. MONK, Receiver.
has jusi received a fine
New : Jb Type.
A LARGE INVOICE
The SENTINEL Job Office is- now pre
pared to do all kinds of Job Work
with neatness and dispatch.
Orders from outside villages will receive
We Have Money to Loan at
Oa Farm or City Property in any section of
country where property has a fixed market
value. Money reauy ior immeuiace. imma
where secuntv and tittle is gooa. -jxo iiom
mission. Wo solicit applications." Blank
furnished upon request.
ALLEN & CO.,
40 & 42 Broadway, New York.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
quarterly meeting of the Board of County
School Examiners for the purpose of exam
ining applicants for teacher's certificates',
will be held at ihe Public School House oh
Monday. December 3rd; 1894, fit 9 o'clock
F. L. EwntG,
Probate Judge and Ex-Offiuio Superintend
ent of Public Schools, Yuma County,
First Publication November Srd; 1884.
Yuma, Ariz.; Nov. 1st-A. D. 1894.
Notice is hereby that the partner
ship heretofore existing between Peter
G. Cotter and Nicholas N. Miller, in
the general drug arid stationery busi
ness, has this day been dissolved, by
mutual consent. Mr. Nicholas N.
All outstanding accounts are
payable to Peter G. Cotter,- who
assumes all liabilities and will pay all'
legal claims against the firm'.
Peter" G; Cotter,
NlCIIOLAS N. MlLfF.R.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COMERTf.
Notice is hereby given that the" under
signed is the owner of tlm several gold
quartz mines, known and designated by
the names of Mars, Venus, St. Geor'get
and Goshen, situated in Picacho
Mining District, San Diego County
and state of California, and of the
quartz stamp mill and mill site,- situat
ed on or near the Colorado river, in
said district; that he lias never author
ized any person or persons as agent or
representative of him or otherwise to
contract for any labor or material, to
be expended or used in, on or about
said mines, mill, or mill site, which may
or can be made or bncome a lien or
charge thereon or against him person-
illyj and that no person is or has been
authorized or has the right to contract
for any labor or material to be ex
pended or used in, on or about said
mines, mill, or mill site, which may or
can be made a lien or charge thereon
or a charge against the undersigned;
aud further that no labor or material
expended or used in, on or ahout said
mines, mill, or mill site, without the
special and written request therefore
of the undersigned, will be recognized
or admitted by him as a charge against
him or a lien or charge on the afore
DeWitt C. Jayne.
Post Office Address
Florida, Orange Co. N. Y.
UNITED STATES RESTAURANT,
SAM WING, PROP.
Madison Avenue, Opposite Public school
Board per week $5.50.
Per month, $25.00.
Meals 25c, 35e. anp! 50c.
Porterhouse steak with Mush
rooms 50 cents.
fee cream three times per week.
Chicken twice a week.
Quail every day.
: New Goods!
XTTE ARE NOW READY AND W1L.L.INU 1U
V T 8iippl the good people of this town and
NICE FRESH GROCERIES,
CLEAN NEW DRY GOODS,
WELL MADE BOOTS & SHOES,
GOOD FITTING HATS & CAPS,
and in fact eveVjrthinjr that I rieerted ia any well
rejjuiatca lamuy. ie w
SIXTEEN :-: OUNCES :-: TO :-: the :-: rvuu.
and will rive you One Hundred Ccnta Worth ol
Goods toi Your. One Dollar in Coin. Wc tfjtafJ0
please ana give sausiacuuu iu an. .1 c
Wo keep a good stock of everything necessary
for Miners, Lawyers. Doctors, Farmers, Builders,
Politician's, Laborers", Mechanics, Saloon-keepers,
Teachers acd Preaehef s, Young Men and Old Maids.
Wfi have on hand at all times
in any quantity
HAY AND GRAIN
We keep the Best Brands of
JF1 3Li O XJ FL
We sell the" Best
COFFEES AND TEAS
if you have not dealt with us yet
LEVY & CO.,
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles.
Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and
stinging; most at night; worse by scratch
inc. If allowed to continue tumors form
which often blce'd and ulcerate, becoming
very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops the
itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and
in most cases removes th6 tumors. At
drucreists. oribv mail, for 50 cwU. Dr.
GrvAno & Son. Philadelphia-
Yuma Lumber Co
SASH DOORS AND BLINDS, CEMENT AND Lfufi, WROUGHT-IBON PIPE A2ID JftTTCJML
Address, . t. EWIN&, Manager,' Yuma, A-T
FUotdirWpUit Co. has removed to 12 Post St;, id
Keariiy $ Grant Ave-, S. F.
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249 North Main Street, Los Angeles, California.
Centrally Located; First-Class iknirig Rooms
Attached; Rates from $1.25 id 0,00 per day:
Rates for Rooms, wUtiQut meat's, for' tfM persdtii
50c;; 756. and $1.
WI ENTERTAIN OM B8TII THE AjiEKICAN AKD BCROPEAX PLA7S.
. W. E. Bkowkiko Caief dferJc.
pmrMERy ercantile j.ousb
OF YUMA COUNTY,
Corner of First &jolL Main Steet
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GRO0ERIES AND DRY GOODS,
Fresh and First-Class goods, and Prices as low as any
Store in Town
THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA,
Meets all Needs
HAS AN ABLE CORPS OF PROFESSORS
BOTH SEXES ADMITTED.
Courses in all subjects relating to business or Professional or Technical Psrsoits.
3rd "SToar Begl-nis Sopt, 27, 189t
The new Register is replete with- information.
Address, D&. THEOB; COMSTO0K,
President of Faculty,
Government Landswith Cheap Water Rights.
lithe contract for the construction of the dam and catfre 6nal io
Texdh Hifr, within Sixty miles of the City of Yumo, has been hi
and active work inaugurated. It is proposed to" hare it completed
vithin eighteen month from this date; This enterprise ope&s sjf
160,000 Acres of the Choicest Lands
In the thermal belt of the Southwest where csta be grow.
ORANGES, LEMONS, LIMES,
FIGS, OLIVES,- HAtEa
and all the best varieties of deciduous fruits and grape as fallaUstk
earlier thati ia California.
The Southern PaciBc Railroad runs wenty miles .throigh ft
center of the lands covered by the canal thus spring rapli traufi.
to the markets of the world both East and West.
For further particulars apply to'
UNDERWOOD & GiBBOKi .
Tsk, JL T
Ink and Water Colors at ra&feraU price"."
AND LUMBER.' .. -
BOOTS AND SHOES, Em
Give me a Call.
YUMX, A. T.
of Arizdna Students
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