Newspaper Page Text
V . - Mi KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and lends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and eiyoy life ihttfe, with less expenditure; hy more promptly adapting the world's best products, to the needs of physical Jbejng will attesf the Talue to health of the pure liquid laxative principles" embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Fips. Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleas ant fo the taste, the refreshing and truh beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the s)tem dispelling colds, headaches and fever and jjermanently curing constipatioi It his piven satisfaction to nSjillions ni. xaet with the approval of theinedu;: profession, because it acts oh the Kit. neys; Liver and Bowels without we.ifc enihg them and it is perfectly free fron every objectionable substance. gfrrnp of Fips-iH for sale by all drupr giatt in 60c arid $1 bottles; but it is mai tifa:clured by Iho- California Fig Syrup Co. pnly, whose name is printed on even package, also the name, Syrup of Fipr and being well informed, you wiil no accept any substitute if oflered. She JUigtmri 'ettfmel l. W. DORRIHSTQH, fropfo&r. TJMA. - AJtrONA. SATURDAY NOV. 24, IHH LP. FISHER, NEWSPAPER- AD . vertising Agent, 21 MeirehantV Exchange. San Francisco', is ou reauthorized gent. This paper is kept on file in this ftffice. - ' WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. Perth Severn days Ending Friday November 23. 1894 Bel. Humid Temper'ture 5 a m 5pm Max. Miu U 73 57 10 80 48 12 84 51 2fl 82 47 25 80 4S 24 . 78 48 16 78 51 Saturday... Imnday Jfondiy..... Tnesday ... Wedncfdaj', Thurvday... Friday..... 18 42 29 SO 88 54 40 r entire. 88 19 1 80 50 Total rainfall during' week, .00 A. Abitexberger, Obserrer. U.'S. Weather Bureau. LOCAL NOTES. Perfumes at Cotter's Drug-store. Capt. Mellon went to California Friday. The steamer Gila returned Wed nesdity from Ehinberg. J uojfe A. C. Sker is expected ft) arrive Monday morning from Phoe n;z, In the professional column this week will bo found the card of At torney Murat Masterson. Superintendent of bridges of the S-.P. railroad, D. S. Glanders of Los Angeles, was in town Tuesday. It is rumored that Yuma society is "graced" by the presence of an other "Biggs." "God Save the ueenl" Elswhere will be found the pro ceedings of the meeting of the Board of Supervisor which took place last Monday. The 0'. K. Restaurant removed last week from under 0'Toole hall into the Sanguinetti building on Main Btreet, near the corner of Second. John" G'andolfo lay's no claims to being a sport, but he went out in ihe backyard of his" store one day the first of the week and with one ihot killed about 30 blackbirds. District Attorney Calvert Wilson passed through here last evening on his way to Tucson.- He will re turn to be present at the opening of the Third Judicial Distiict Court Monday, Nov. 26th'. John Whittingto'n; the shoe maker, returned Tuesday from New York City. His wife and mother-in-law, Mrs. Milton, accompanied him back. The above ladies are mother and sister of James Milton', the tinsmith. The way to reach t crtarrh is through the blood. Hoods Sarsa par ilia, by purifying the blood, re moves the cause of the disease and permanently cures catarrh. Take -only Hood's. Hood's ?Hls. act easily, yet promptly and effectively, on th'e liver and b'bwels. 25c. Last Wednesday evening Edward A.Tatton and Louise Lounsbery arrived from Pasadena, California and were married Thursday even ing at the rdsidehde" of Judge Ewing Mr. Patton's residence is Cincin nati, O., and Mrs. Lounsbery South Ha-ven, Mich. The former gave his age 30 years and the latter 26. They returned' to California yes terday '' JF ttltK and Jf oefu. Thursday morning John Stoffela was arrpsted on a warrant charg ing him with aggravated assault on Josefa Roma. He had his examination in Justice Duke's Court and was held in the sum of $250 to make his ap -peaFance before the next Grand J ury. Miss Roma swore that Wednes day evening while oii her way home she was met on Main street, near the blacksmith shop of James Doten by Stoffela. After walking with her a short distance he asked her to go somewhere with him, but. where she failed to remember. On her refusal to comply with his wishes he caught her by the shoul der and drawing a knife threaten ed! her life. John denied the above and swore that she came into his store and on leaving forgot to take a new pair of shoes that slie' had left on the counter. Noticing the parcel he picked the same up and seeing her going across the street. closed up his store and overtaking her at the place above nampd of fered her the shoes. She refused to take them and invited Kith to accoriipaiiy her home, that papa wanted to see him. John said papa could go to h 11 (no doubt Joh'n had been there before) that he did not wish to have anything more to uo with any of thum. By this time they had turned down Third street and she still refusing to take the shoes he threw them down on the sidewalk and returned to his store. The parties in the above case are the same that had a breach of promise suit in the last term of the District Court and the jury after being out 36 hours failed to agree. ForOver Fifty ttcirirfe Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with pTiffect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aud is the best remedy for Diar rhoea. It will relieue the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by Druggists in every pare cf the World. Twenty-fire cents u bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. We understand that a man by the name of J. C. Jenkins of Noga les has been appointed to fill the vacancy m.ide at tne Custom Housiby the resignation of Deputv Customs Collector, M. J. ftugent. A World's rjl Yha r America! Leads the Nations in the March 6f Progress Among the wonders of the World's Colurrifeian Fair the grandest was tho exhibit of American products. The Ex hibition was, in this respect, an object le'ssbif of the grandeur and glory of the Republic. Among- the exhibits from tne United States no article of its class stood so high as Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powden The Cnief Chemist of the Agricultural Department at Washihgton-.-backed by an intelligent jury at the Exposition found it strongest in leavening power, peerless ivt its pufity' and beyond comparison in uniform excellence. Received Highest Award At the World's Fain The award is a matter of official record. Nothing could settle so decisively the immeasureable superiority of Dr. Price's over all other powders as the great honor bestowed at Chicago OWtunrj, In Yuma, Nov. 20, 1894, Frank J. Burke, aged 30 j'ears; a native of this city. After a long and protracted ill ness, running into 3'ears, Mr. Burke breathed his last at the residence of his brother's family, Peter F. Burke, between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock Tuesday morning. Up to within six months prior to his death he was able to perform his duties ds village constable, since that time his brother has re lieved him of the duties. fjuring Mr. Nugent's sheriffship of the cbunty he was Deputy Sheriff. He bore the rejjuthtibh 6t being a faithful and fearless officer. His funeral took place Tuesday afternoon and was followed to the grave by a large concourse of people: The remains Were escorted to their last resting place by the member? of Co. H, N. G. A., of which he was a member. A widow and one son survive him. Danger From Catarrh, The most important feature about; that very common complaint, catarrh in thd head, is its tendency to develop into some other more serious and dan gerous disease. The foul matter drop ping from the head into the bronchial tubes or lungs is very liable to lead to bronchial or consumption, tliat des troyer which causes more deaths in this country than any other disease. As catarrh' originates iri impurities in the blood, local applications can do but little good. The common sense method of treatmant is to purify the blood and for this purpose there is no preparation superior to Hood's Sarsa panlla. The powerful action of this medicine upon the blood expels every impurity, and by so doing curf-s catarrh and gives health to the entire or ganism. Tram-master A. J. Duncan of the S. P. It. R. Co., returned from Gunsight mining district the first of the week. Sponges and Chamais at Cotter's Drug store. We notice by dodgers flying around our streets that Miss Hazel Keyes will "sail up in a ballon" to morrow dt 1:30 o'clock p. m. Her unrivaled monkey known by the name of Miss Jennie Yan Yan will go up at the same time, and when Her Mistress makes the grand parachute her trained monkey will follow "suit." Later. rThe monk ey is lost, but 'Bow" ia hunting a substitute. Tribute. Triumph $ Xecoralir Weatker. Weather Observer, A. Ashenber ger, furnishes the Sentinel with the following data, compiled from the record of observations for the month df Decern bef, taken for a period of 18 years: Temperature. Mean or normal tempera ture. 56; the warmest December ws that of 1890, with dn average of 60"; the coldest Deceriiber was that of 1891, with an average of 51; thfe liighest teniperature during any Deceniber was 83 on Dec. 2nd, 1893; the lowest temperature during any December was 2o on Dec. 25th, 1891 . . Precipitation. Average for thd month, .551 inches; average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 2; the greatest monthly precipitation was 2.43 iuches in 1889; the least monthly precipifation .00 inches in 1876 and 1882 the greatest amount of precl pitation recorded in any 24 consecutive hours was 1 01 inches on Dec, 5th and 6th, 1884. Clouds and weather. Average number of cloudless days, 21; average number of partly cloudly days, 7; average number of cloudy days, 3. Wind. The prevailing winds have been frdiri the north; the highest velocity of the wind during any Deceniber was 43 miles on Dec. 30th, 1890. Full line of Pa'tent Medicines at Cotter's Drugstore. L. J. F. Iaeger is back from his pleasure trip to Phoenix.' A new tailor has arrivea in town and open ed shop in the M?lina building. Gov. L. C. Hughes and wife spent Tuesday and Monday in town. M. L: Briidley, the candy maker, has gone to Tucson till after th'e holidays. The adjourned term of the District Court will convene Monday next at 10 a, m. Mrs. Col. Noble of Tilcson," was a p'as senger on Monday's express for California. Miss Minnie Laziola spent Monday in town, returning in the evening to Phoenix. Dr. W. T. Heffernan; of tile Ft: Yuma Indian school, accompanied Indian Agent Estuddillo the first of the week to Los An geleS. The doctor returned yesterday. Tuesday morning Sheriff Murphy brought in a boarder for the "hotel" on the hill, J. B. Bernard was the prisoner and his term on the hill is one year for burglary, Hon. M. J. Nugent, Ex-U. S. Deputy Customs Collector of this port, is back from his visit to Nogales. Internal Revenue Collecter of Arizona, Sam Webb, accom panied him as far as Maricopa on his return Prof. Howland of the Mohawk Placer Mine Companv, spent the week in town. The Professor has been quite ill and the ob ject of his visit is to receive med'cil treat ment. He feels sanguine that his company w.ll shortly strike the richest ground ever found in the U. S. At the regular weekly meeting of the A O. F. of A. Monday evening; three new members were initiated. Walter Ingalls, D'ax;. Devore and James Doten, were the candidates who took the first degree. The members of the Court comtemplate giving a grand ball and sapper Nov Year's night. ilovr's XhII Wo offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Curo. F J. Cheney & Co,, Toledo. O We, the uiiderslgn'ed have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially aole to carry out any-obligation made by their. 6rm. West & TitUA'x, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan fc Marvin, Whole sale Druggist, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of system. Testimonials sent free, Price 75c. per bottle, oold by all Druggists. Mra. R. J. Fraijo, returned to her home at the Golden Cross mine Wednesday after attended the fun eral of her brother-in-law, Frank J. Burke on Tuesday. General Ezeta", the one time ruler of the SalVadorans, passed through here Monday oh his way to San Francisco to meet his daughters. He will' shortly return to the , city of Mexico. He wore around his neck a small American nag, no doubt in manifestation of His appre ciation to this couYiCry and tJncle Sam's man-of-war,, which received him on board arid refused' to give him up when demanded to do so by his own government .officials and by so doing saved his life. Any butcher, firm or persons wishing to buy Beef, Pork or Mut ton, at wholesale, I can sell it to yoii' cfif ape? and give you: better satisfaction than any other meat market in town. If you don't believe it just step into my shop and look it over and get my prices. . David Bals'z', Proprietor Cify Meat Market. The incoming legislature will in all probability redistrict the Terri tory a the registration aha vote of the various counties show its neces sity. Following is the total regis tration voters in Arizona." f'8,U91. divided as follows: A'pacli'e," county, 1370; Cochise, 1572; Coconino, 1290; Gila, 678; Graham. 1613; Maricopa, 4500; Mohave, 608; Pima, 1939; Pinal, 728; Yavapai, 3200; Yuma, 507. '- A few evenings ago two of Ynma's ycHliig Kociety rann, ac companied bv three ladies I nn there selves to one of our restaur ants and proceeded to have a gay old time. Amid the popping, of corks and the fizzing of sparkling champagne, the younger of these two gallants, wishing to pay a compliment to the beauty of the youngest of the trio of ladies, was heard ta remark: "My dear Miss , I thinlr if your pho tograph was printed oh the 'Cuta Cuta' brand of chewing tobacco it would have so many admirers (nd tho demand so great that it would be utterly impossible for the firm to fill its orders." Seeing that the young lady became embarrass ed he hastened to apologize by sa' ing: "OH. I meant for yoii to ap pear in full dress." And yet, this young man won ders when he meets her now w:hy it is that she appear" to take such a deep interest in looking at some thing on the other side of the street when he is passing by. Haunted! A haunted house in these practical and unromantic days is something of a rarity, but an individual haunted with the idea that his ailment is incurable is a personage fretjtxmtly met with Disbelief in the ability of medicine to cure is only a mild form of mono mania, although in some ctses repeat ed failures to obtain relief from many different sources would almost seem to justify tho doubt, Hostetter's Stom ach Bitters has demonstrated its ability ro overcome dyspepsia, conspitation, liver and kidnev trouble, malarial complaints a'hd nervousness,' and its recorded achievements" in the curative line ought St least to warrant fts trial' 1$ any one troubled with eith'ter of .1 ij.- m v. .UL-'i'.fc 1.:. tne aoove anments, even aicnougn 11 is previous efforts to obtian remedial aid nave been fruitless. Used with' ber- sistence, the Bitters will couquer the most obstinate cases. Toilet Soaps at Cotter's Drug store. Miss Sophia Rimpau, of Ana heim, Cal., is on a visit to her brother, John Kiinpau and family. The west bound passenger this morning was several hours late, Inquiry failed to learn the cause of the delay. A. L. Grow, formerly of this city, has been appointed resident agent at Tombstone, Cochise county by tho Southern Pacific Company. Judge F. L. Ewing left yesterday morning on a business trip to San Diego, Los Angeles and San Fran cisco. He expects to be absent a week or 10 days. Mr. Bruno Martinez came down from Norton's Landing last Sun day night on a visit to his son-in law, Mr. Burke, who died on the following Tuesday. Prescriptions accurately pre pared at Cotter's Drug-store. Col. Noble, Superintendent of this division of the S. P. railroad, arrived in his private car Thursday afternoon. He returned by the evening's passenger to Tucson.' Tb?e Colonel's" wife Joined' him here from California. Sheriff Grcenleaf returned Thurs day from Picachb with Ramon Ochoa. It will be remembered that some time ago Ochoa burglarized the residence of Mr. Thompson, a farmer in the Colorado" valley.' Messrs. Carpenter and Miller ac companied the sheriff on his trip. 3ft. George W, Tvlcj Benjiunin, Missouri Good Advice Quickly Followed Cured of Rheumatism by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: . " I was taken down with rheumatism brer a year ago. I was sick for over six months. Often I would hav. such Rains that X could hardly endure them. A friend came to me and advised me.to try liood's Sarsaparilla. I took him at his word and cot bottle of it, and sine hare taken eight bottles of it. It Has' Cured Mo "When the -doctors could dome no good what ever. After being benefited so. much from this wonderful medicine. -I also, advise everyone . I . 1- - J .1 .1 A tfU- out Hood's Sarsaparilla. I am a farmer, and the medicine has given me much energy and frnrth tn npTfnnh IT1V -work." OEORGS W. Xujoet, Benjamin, Missouri. Mnod'a PHI are hand made, and perfect iflt iIl i! ") Jciiiiii i ana. LEAVES ITS MARK every one Of the painful irregularities and weaknesses- that prey upon women. Theyjade the face, waste the figure, ruin the temper, wither you up, make you old before your time. ... ,v , rpetwell: That's .t.tie way Jo look welL Cure the disorders and ailments that beset you, with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. ; It regulates and promotes all the proper, functions, improves, digestion, enriches the blood, dispels acies and pains, melancholy and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep, and. .restores health and strength It's a powerful general, as well as. uterine, tonic and nervine, imparting vlfcar and strength to the entire system. Mrs. Anita UlwcU: of Elm Crttk. Buffalo Co- Jvei., writes : "i enjoy good health thanks to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription and ' Golden Medical Discovery.' X was under doctors',, care for two years with womb disease, and gradually wasting in strength all the time. I was so weak that Z could sit up in bed only a few moments, for two years. I commenced, taking Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription and hU '-Golden Medical Dis covery. and br the time (I had taken one-half dox- 1 cs Domes 1 was up ana t t.n. 1 1 5 1 ,.C MXS. ULRICH. n(j been very stronJ ever since that was two years and a half ago." A book of 168 pages on "Woman and Her. Diseases " mailed sealed, on receipt of 10 cents in stamps for postage. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion; 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. The ejectment case of O'Tople vs. Wells is being tried in Justice Duke's Court to-day before a jury. The sister of Louis Mejia swore out a warrant j'esterday charging John Stoffela with petty larceny. The case will be heard next Tues day. CKas; Baker is up from his cattle range hear Pilot Knob. His son Edward has been appointed Judge of the Plains in Lower California by the Mexican Government. The main pipe of the Yuma Pumping Company sprung a leak Wednesday near the corner of Main and Second streets, and for a short time the indications were thVt the town would again be flooded. The call made last Saturday in the Sentinel for the young men to meet at the court house for the purpose of organizing a band was" well attended by our younger gen eration. The band was organized and a number of the members have already commenced to take music lessons. The revenue of the Postoffice Department for the year ending June 30, 1894, shows a falling off, while the expenditures have in creased. The deficiency for the fiscal year 1893 was 5,086,763, while the deficiency for 1894 is 9,- 243,533. The increase of receipts was $816,434 and the increase of expenditures 83,250,409. The'toTal expenditure for 1894 is $84,244, 414, and the receipts $75,080,479. The Treasurer of Pima county recently wrote to the S. P. Rail road Conipany the fact that tihies were very hard and that the money in the County Treasury very low and if it was possible for the com pany to assist the county by paying its taxes before the last hour. The company responded quickly and paid its taxes in full on the 15th inst. Would it not be well for our County Treasurer to do likewise? Chaplain Winiield Scott, of Scottsdale, east of the Arizona Falls orange groves, 3'esterday sold his peanut crop to, Clay Leonard, the, confectioner. This was really all profit to the chaplain, as.he planted his goobers between his orange trees. He had about ten. acres of peanuts which will yield some seven tons. His men are novy busy digging and picking. Thus far the chaplain's experience shown that peanuts pay $150 per acre. vPhoe- nix Gazette.' A Mexican woman who had made some purchases at Alkire's yesterday offered in payment a nugget of pure gold the size of a small hen's egg. It was smoothly water washed and was picked up near Ehre'nberg. A reddish tinge upon one side was, she said, where the sun Had kissed its exposed sur face. It fs the custom of many of the stores to cash these nuggets where the owner agrees to take one half of their value in merchandise. Phoenix Republican. A Child KnjoyH The pleasant flavort" pentle action and soothing effects of Syrup'rif Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the lather or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results follow it use: so that it isthttb'st family remedy known, and everv family should have a bottle on h3nd. iiKHBHl.- DEALERS IN 4GENEfiAt MERCHANDISE We wish to respectfully inform the' public that we are daily receiving NEW SUPPLIES Of Snffl ElSIBOSlBlB- AMD PROVISIONS Our stock is fully assorted and vrellstl ed, consisting ol DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, lotliine: LADIES 'and GEVT'S FURNISHING GOODS. GENTS AND BOYS HATS, BOOTS & SHOES. WOODENWAE and WILLOW-WARE. trSTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Domes tic Wines and Liquors, 3Iilwau teo and St. Louis Beer. The continuous increase of our trade is sufficienl; guarantee that tho public is fully convinced of our fair and honest dealings. GOOD'S ARE DELIVERED AT DEPOT? A'ttD ALL PARTS OF THE TOWtf FREE OF CHARGE. CANNED GOODS' OF ALL KINDS; DRIED and PRESER- VED FRUITS and' JELLIES, SOAPS;and? CONFECTIONERY, Attached to our store we have first-class Conducted by a No; l bsfker.' Order promptly tilled.' MEDICINES Se oondL 3"txreotsi tn proportion and appearance, sso. a box. --or - -,r'