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95 YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, .DECEMBER 1, 1894, TOL. XXIV. NUMBER 2. G6 THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLESttED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY JT. W. lOIMtIIGTI', lrot. . SUBSCRIPTION. Six Mentha, - - - - - SI 50 One Year - - - 3 00 A DVERTISING RATES made Vnown on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. THIS PAPER SakSff Advertising Agency, 64 and 6S Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can he made for it. OFFIGIAVi DIRECTOBV. tsuritoriaij orrictsa. L. C. HUGHES T ....C.M.BTUrE Secretaet ..n C BOONE Attoeset G eseral ! FRANK J HEJEV SURVEYOR GENERAL C. A. Treasurer Sun. or Public Instruction. . .F. J. NETHEP.TON DELEGATE TO COSORESS M. A. SMITH Sen. Territorial Prisox THOMAS GATES TCCSOS LAXD OFFICE. EUGENE , BXCBIVER CCUXTT orFtCERS. I-, A. C. BAKER District Jcboe rrv Clerk or District Court C. H. BRIMJ5Y ) JOHN GANDOLFO, Chairman JR.M. Bcfervisors j-STRAUSS and E. A. HARASZTIIY lrr or Board o'f Superviscrs... J. U Probate Judge & Suit. Scuools, .... tG l?S"ncmV:.V..... CALVERT WILSON ALTHEE MODESTI RfxcrdeI M. L. TOOL fSot::::::..:...... j. martin Cocxtt Phtwciax L. N.MOLLER rRECIKCT OFFICERS. ) GEO. A. DUKE iiitiMMl thereac, J i It AM A BBETT O. M. THUKLOW. ?ruitae of Yuma School DiG. T. FBEDLEY and ) I. Lh v x . )m. J.NUGENT. bald States Cuitom Houio Deputy Collector CITY OFFICERS, Mayor F- s- INGALLS FRED FliEDLET, 1 VL T. GQNOE't. .. eouncllmen w. WOODM N, J FHANK REDuNDO. ritrAttorneT W O. HUSON F. B. WIG HTM AN. Assessor T f fvy RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 a. x. to 7 i. x , daily. Sundays firm 12:40 to 1 :40 !. X. and 5 30 to (i:30 p. X. Eaat-hound mail closes at . . . 5:00 p. w. YVet-booud mail closes at . . . 6:00 a. x. Meaey Order and Postal Note drit neat ekes a 6 P. X. daily, exceptins; Saturdays, when it cloaes at 3 P. X. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Snn dars. Mail from Parker, EhrenWrg an. Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Thurs days at 7 A. M., and arrives here Tuesdays jind Saturdays. " F. B. LOO AN", P. 3d. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets very Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visir l ghretheren iu fiood stand'.ip are inv'ted i attend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyrc. M. W. F. B, Wightman, II. C. A. R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday of each month. C.C.Stowe Geo. H. Field, Adjutant. J Commander -jyj-ASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cotter Building. Yuma, Ariz. gULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAAY. Practices in all Courts. Business promptly attended to. Office in Modesti Building, First St., next door to Dr. Yemen. M1 OLLER.L. N. M. D. Tt-i yaioian. and FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, YUMA, - - - ARIZONA. jJUELD, GEO. H., M. D. Formerly Surgeon of U. S. Army. Special attention to . 8urgery and chronic diseases. Yuma, : : Arizona. C. DAVIS ATTORN EY-AT-LAW . YUMA, A. T. "TILSON, CALVERT, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, 1 NIGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post OKics. ) Y.uma. : : : Arizona. iqpusoN, w. o. j attouneV-a't-law... Practice in all the Courts of the Territory. Special attention paid to Land practice and Collections. .Office tirst dpor. south of Oriental saloor-, Yuma) A. T. piTRDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. S-ffma, - - Arizona. "gjWING, F. L., NOTART FUBLIC ASD PRORATE JUDGE. 1 DMA, Arizona- OTARY PUBLIC, A JAMES K. K1NSLER. n ho found at the office ol the Sgxtisel aey hour of the day.' James Milton, SHEET IRON WORKER. I have now a complete line of hard ware. Cooking stoves, wood, kerosene and coal, a specialty. Plumbing Promptly Attended to. and all Kinds of Job Work a Specialty. FOOT OF MAIN STREET, YUMA ARIZONA. JHE U. S- G, M. THURLOW, Prop., MADISON AVENUE. YUMA Keeps alvay3 an hand the choicest brands o WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS City Meat Market, DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Beta! Dealer in BEEF, PORK. MUTTON. VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. 2WCJjkx Btroat, "E"-ctx5a.r PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carnage?) Buggies. Horses and Teams furnished to order. AISO Careful drivers Wlldl desired. , TJ ,A f.- e.i Stn room furnished. Cliar$es Reasonable. Palace Berber Shop. IN THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL- SHAVING," HAIR CUTTING AND SHAMPOOING Done in First-class Style and to. the" Queen's Taste. HOT AND GOL DBATi-33. A. H. HAINES Proprietor. THE PLACE, L. J. F. Iaeger, Prop. Cor. of First ani fain Sts., Yuma, A T. Ihe Finest Brands Wines and Whiskies. Imported Cigars. of TE GEM, C. V. MEEDEN. PRO?,, Main street, Olioico WINE, LIQUORS AH9 CIGARS both fo'ciun and Domestic brands. NEATIjT 3r-vir23.issl3.cc5. :s: Rooms for the accomodation of the public EVERYTHING in evsry respect and rOVULAR PR JOSS. fNSir S THE BEST. spISb NO SQUEAKING. $5. CORDOVAN, FRENCH& ENAMELLED CALF. 4-.$3.5? FINEGAlF&KAfiGARDa $ P0LICE.3 Soles. sosojf2.WORKINGMEMc EXTRA FIE. ,4; ;2.I.7BoysSchoolShoes. LADIES- SEND FOR CATALOGUE WW W DOUGLAS , -U1 BROCKTON. MASS. Yon can save tnonrv by p:ircliaainar VV. Xj. Because, vc are Uie largest manufacturers of advertise! shoes in the world, and guarantee the value by stampintf the name and price oil the bo'.toiu, which protects you against nigr prices and the ir.iddleman'.s pioSts. Oar shoes equal cu.stoui work in style, eay fittin? and wearing qualities. We have theia sold every where at lower prices for the value j;ivcn t?:nr anv other malce. Take no substitute. If your dealer cannot supply you, we cau. Sold by Dealer, whose name will shortly appear here. Agent wonted. Apply at once. FOR BALI A PiARGAIN", e V S S IV I 72 acris i Russian river valley, t vo nnles from Rail road depot. Thirty-five acres Zinfandel grapes in full hearing. Family orchard; alt'aUa and hay land. Good buildings, wood on place; water piped to buildings- Also drug stock and fixture in Hcalds burg, Cal. Will trade either place for good business property. Address, FRANK BURR, Ilealdsburg, Cal. Trees! Trees! Trees! Any one contemplating setting cither us or s 'IYpps, will consult their host interest by making their wants known to W Go HAMLn NURSERYMAN AND BERRY GROWER, GLENDOF2A, GAL. PENSIONS THE DISABILITY BILL IS A LAW. Soldiers Disabled - n c the War are Entitled Dependent widow an pa its now depetHlcn whow sovs died from eiici ts army service ar in- i eluded. If you wish your c) un bp eddy anrt sue UteCommisioMtr of Tthii ns, Washington, D. C. DR. JO? )kH & CO.'S S3) P.Pi7fifp Tivi7TTM rtP RHSTAMV 1051 Market St., San Francisco (Between 6th and 7th Sts.) Go and leai II feare mailc am J fciiJ disease. enrn how wonderfully you and how to avoid t-icknei Mii-cum enlarged with thou.-auds of new obiicts. Admis sion 25 cts. i'rivatc Off ice bailie KuJldlnr 1051 Piurliet Street Diseases of men: stricture, loss of nanhood, diseases of the skin cury. 'Jreatment personally or by letter. Send lortJOOK. Long Established Practitioneer. and Reliable V57 n r Sale at this f? 557 SIO and $20 Genuine Confederate Bills iirfSSg 0'ily tive cents each: $W0 and 830 bills ten cen's eich. 25 and M cent s'linplisters ten cc- t'cach. $1 and $2 bills 25 cents cich. Sent securely sealed on receipt of price. Addres3, CHAS. B. BARKER. West Atlanta, Ga. Arizona Hisiorical Soiisty! The material prepared for the above named society will be pub- li.-hed for the four months begin ning with the July, 1894 number, in tne uvenanu Aionmiy, oau Francisco', Cal., under the caption of "Building a State in Apache Land." Subscription price, $3 a year, in advance, or $1 for the four numbers. Ciias. D. Poston, President. " The Eussell Art Publishing Co., of 92S Arch Street, Philadelphia, desire the names and addiess of a fr w people in every town ho are interested in wo:ks of art, and to secure them they oiler to bend free, "Cupid (J uides the Boat,'" a superbly executed water color picture, .size 10x13- inches, suitable for framing, and sixteen other pictures about same -size, in colors, to any one sending them at once the name3 and address of ten persons (admirers of line pictures) together with ix two-cent stamps to cover expense of mailing, etc., ..The re gular price of these pictures is 1.00, but they can all be secured free by any person forvvn.ding tho names and stamps promptly. jS'ote The editor of this paper has already received copies of above pictures ,an(l considers tbem really "Goms of Art;" Convicts Will Furiilsli tlso Labor1"nLsin$r Tlielr Own Veelallcs Experiments. A veritable old man of the sen on Arizona's shoulders is the peni tentiary at Yuma. Its annual drain of $50,000 or more is what dis couraged the rao?t sanguine' finan cial friends of Arizona over such a condition confronted thenl. Could that heavy deficit be obviated, it is believed that Arizona might report an annual surplus in her cnffeis and eventually pay herself hand somely out of debt. How to make the Yuma prison self-supporting is therefore a prob lem that might well engage the best thought df all our people The executive department believe? that we are now on the eve of a solution. This depends upon the results of certain analytical tests now in progress at the Tucson uni versity. Four miles south of Pantano, on the southern Pacific railroad, im mense marble quarries have recent ly been discovered. There can be seen blue marble, black marble and while marble. Experienced dealers have pronounced the specimens shown them to be superior in all the characteristics of merchantable marble. The university analysis will definitely determine the cor rectness of this practical opinion. Should the report prove favorable, two carloads will be shipped to Yuma prison for treatment by the convicts. For six months past sortie fifty prisoners have been engaged in rock work, and it is claiiiied that in a few weeks they can be trained to the hand work of marble cutting, carving and polishing. That being established, there is no reason to doubt the possibility of the prison becoming self sustaining through the operation of these marble quar ries. But that proposition does not exhaust the prison resources. Twenty-fivo prisoners are now busily clearing the penitentiary farm prepara'ory to seeding. Next week some three acres will be planted in garden vegetables. Irish and sweet patatoes do well in that soil, and all the garden truck neeiU led' at the prison can be produced by prison labor. As water is found only six feet below the surface, ir rigation by means of a Chinese pump is readily practicable. Subsequently it is proposed to clear from GO to 100 acres and dyke it against the Colorada river's back water. This does not exceed four feet at most. Udou such a tract experiments will be carried on in the raising of cereals, corn, rice, tobac:o, sugar-cane and similar semi-tropical flora. The Univer sity of Tucson will be asked to es tablish an experimental station there. All labor is to come from the prison. Within ninety days it is proposed to determine whether the peniten tiary can or cannot be made self supporting. Phoenix Gazette. A Household Troasuro. D. W. Fuller, of Cannjoharie, N. Y., says that lie always keeps Dr. Kind's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it if procurable. G. A. Dy Iceman Drugg.st Catikill, NT Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best. Cough remedy; that he has used it in Lis family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a reineilv so I0112 tried and tested. Trial bottles free at Gonder & Co. Drugstore Regular size 50c and 01.00. The big South Gila canal, on which half a million dollars have been expended, is expected" to re vive shortlv. 15onds are now in New York with good prospects of being taken. It could hardly be otherwise than renewed at the stage where affairs now are. A quarter of a million more with what is' already expended would put an immense a?ea under writer for irrigation, and make that part of Arizona around Chrystoval one of the finest agricultural regions of the west.'. More' than $250,000 could be well expended there,-but that sum will do much and an swer for the present. Tucson Citizen. Showing the The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder a pure cream- of tartar powder of greater leavening strength than any other. -Bulletin ij, U. S. Ag. Dep., p. 599. The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength. ' Bulletin io, p. J 6, Inland Rev. Dep. We cordially approve and recommend the Royal Baking Powder. It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients, of the highest strength and character. San Francisco Board of Health. Hence, in practical use The Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect food than any other, Wa.sIiilxs;ton U.clter. From our regular correspondent. Washington, Nov. 27, '94. Whether the coming session of Congress will accomplish any im portant legislation will depend en tirely upon circumstances, but whatever it may or mav not ac complish it is certainly going to be one of the liveliest short sessions ever seen. There are scores of senators and representatives who have provided themselves with i clubs which they propose to use upon the heads which they think deserve cracking, and the owners if those heads also have clubs, and the courage and strength to defend themselves. In addition to the bond question, which would of it self probably have brought on a financial discussion, President Cleveland has himself announced that his annual message would contain important financial recom mendations some say for an en tire revision of our p esent finan cial system. There is room enough and cause enough for revision, but the trouble is that unless Mr. Cleveland has greatly changed his opinions his recommendations are not likely to meet the approval of a majority of his own party. In fact, without knowing the nature of those recommendations, it is al ready being freely predicted that party lines are likely to be wiped out in the discussion w-hich will follow, and that the Republicans, with the exception of a few from the west, will be found supporting Mr. Cleveland's recommendations, while the populists and the bulk of his own party will oppose them. These predictions are based upon Mr. Cleveland s financial record 1 .. T n.i.nnn Kn .ill HTM1IT aim iusiy. m uihubo, uc iiwiof as he may have changed his mind, as other men have often done. There is likely to be a very in teresting debate between the con stitutional lawyers in Congress as to whether the President expeeded his authority in offering to medi ate between China and Japan without submitting China's request that he should do so to Congress.. Members of Congress are begin ning to arrive quite numerously, and one of the things already made apparent is that the friends of the administration are going to have a hard time to keep down Democratic criticism of that bond issue, which was, after all the previous denials, officially announced last week. -Representative Bailey, of Texas, is one of the most out-spoken op ponents of the bond issue and no amount of pressure will prevent his making ail the fuss about it that he can. Theoretically Mr. Bailey's argument tnat under the act of 1875 bonds can be issued only for the purpose of getting gold to redeem greenbacks -is both legal and cor - Bgst Baking Powder, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. rect, but practically it is ver' much like moonshine". Although Secre tary Carlisle has upon several occa sion announced that he would have no hesitation should the necessity arrive iu using part of the gofd re serve to meet ordinary obligations of the government, it is not likely that he will ever do so. Because of the rcasun which knocks the bot tom out of Mr. Bailey's argument: Those who pay gold for bonds to- day may to-morrow present green backs at the Treasury or an' sub- treasury and get the gold they paid f-r bonds back. Thus the bonds issued for gold to add to the re demption fund are in reality issued for greenbacks with which today current expenses of the government and the gold reserve is so easily changpd into greenbacks that there could be no possible occasion for encroaching upon it. There may be doubt whether the farmers of the specie resumption act intended that it should work this way, but there is none about its s,o working. If Congress doesn't like, it, the law may be repealed or amended, but until one or the other is done the?e bond issues rany be forced when ever the demand for the redemp tion of greenbacks .becomes great enough to reduce the gold below what has been set by the adminis tration as the danger line. It real ly isn't the administration that decides it. It is the moneyed in terest. Representative Howard, of Ala., who was in 189 a delegate to the National Convention that nomi nated Cleveland, is now a populist member-elect of the House of the 5'4th Congress, of which he will be one of the youngest if not the has his way he intends to make things as unpleasant as he possibly cau for President Cleveland. After saying that he proposed to intro duce a resolution soon after Ive.takes his seat providing for an investi gation of the means by which the Sherman silver law was repealed and of Mr. Cleveland's connection with certain corporations and brokers. Mr. Howard concluded a rather breezy conversation with this sen sational language: "In other Vords, I.mean to find out how Cleveland has amassed a fSrtunc of millions since the close of his first term as President. When he retired fiom the Governorship of New VorL he was known to be poor so poor that one of his friends said he only had one pair of 'pants' and he certainly did not get rich during his first Presidential term. Now 1 have reliable information that he is worth about $4,000,000. I mean LU ISH XXUW UHI 1JU yCl Ill Whatever may be the result of Mr Howard's 'efforts there can be no ' doubt of his being in earnest. 2 tio'od Roads. There is scarcely any question in. the immediate present, so import- ant to Florence as the improvement, of Pinal county roads. Not only is Florence interested in the mat--ter, but every citizen in the county, feels that immediate action in the premises would result in untold benefit. As an instance, a gentle-: man living on the San Pedro, called at the Tribune office this week, and. in conversation with him we learn- ed that this was his first visit to the county seat ,in three jearsv Upon inquiry we were informed. that he made frequent trips to. Tucson, for the purchase of such commodities as were needed by himself and family. The reason of his going to Tucson iri preference to Florence is that he could travel the road to the former place, and. haul his loads with so much more. ease both to himself and team. He lrew this conclusion: That het had better travel four days upon good road than two days upon a bad one. This is certainly a sen sible solution, of the problem. Now, if the merchants of Flor-. ence wish to gain the trade of this; section of the count, as well as of, all other portions, let them use every , endeavor to secure an im proved condition of the highways. The Ripsey country with its mill, . is going to be a source of revenue and with a good road from Flor- ence, no doubt the whole trade of that section of the country will come to use. The advantages of good roads. are too apparent to need discussion,. and we would simply call attention to the matter, in the hope that some immediate action will bo taken. Florence Tribune. Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., wa troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stoirdcn was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fel away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh". and strength. Three bottles of Electrio Bitters cured hnn. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., hadf a running sore on his leg of eight 3ear' standing. Used three bottles of Electrio Bitters and seven boxes of Bnckleu's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. Joint Speaker, Cataw ba, O., had live large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was iu : curable. One bottle Electric Bitters and. one box Br.cklen's Arnica Salve cured hint . entirely. Sold by W. T. Gonder & Co., druggists. Maricopa Vo'iiuty Oranges. On November 24th, three boxes , of ripe, golden 3ellow, handsome, plump and delicious Navl oranges were shipped' by the Arizona Im- provement company to President W.J. Murphy, in Chicago. It is. expected that the fruit will be -revelation to the dwellers in tho -east. The valley crop -is a !arg one this year, the quality is turn ing out excellent and the trees are thriving under the most favorabUfc of climatic conditions. QazQtieJ'