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rniitul. nzurw "Independent in All Things. 99 YTJM, A.RIZONA, SATURDAY, May 25, 1895. 27. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EyERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY J. W. UOBZINGTOA', Prop SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months, - - - SI 50 One Year - - - 3 00 ADVERTISING RATES made known on application, Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. arn to ninrn is kept on file at E.C IlHO rftrtn Dake'a Advertising Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where contracts ior advertisine can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL omCSRS. OOTERNOR L.C. HUGHES SECRETARY J..' C. M.BRUCE Auditor HC BOONE Attorset General FRANK J. HENEY Scrvktor Gejteral C. A. MANNING Treasurer C. P. LIETCH Sdpt. or Public Instruction. . . .F. J. NETHERTO Delegate to Cosgress N. O. MURPHY 8 err. Territorial Prison THOMAS GATES tccbon la;;d office. Register EUGENE J. TRIPPEL. Receiver E. R2 MONK ccuntt officers. District Judge A. C. BAKER Clerk or District Court C. H. BRINLEY ) B. A. HARASZTHY Chairman, J. .Supervisors j-G ANDOLFO, and A. MODESTI. ClerkofBoarpofSupefviscrs... M. L. POOL Probate Judge & Sure: Schools, A. FRANK Sheriff, Tax Col'r and Assessor. .m. GREENLEAF Uxder-Sheriff W. L. HOPKINS District- Attcrxet SAMUEL PURDY Treasurer F. S. INGALLS Recorder - M. L. POOL uryetor J. b. martin Couxtt Physician L. N. MOLLER frecinct officers, GEO. A. DUKE J.ustices of the Peace and 3 w.o. WILLIS. ) G. M. THURLOW. trustees of Yuma School Dis. VF. FREDLEY and J I. LEVY Ijntod States Custom House nputy Ctollector CYFFICERS, Major. , F. S. INGALLS " FRED FREDLEY, i VJ. M.SPEESE, fVitANK REDONDO. Councilmen J Vf. AY. WOODMAN. City Attorney TV. O. HUSON C ity Recorder F. B. V IGHTMAN. AsBOisor J. NEAHR. Treasurer I. LEVY Uarshal RCBT. 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. m. ..and 5:30 to 6:30 r. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:00 r. m. West-bound maiLcJoses at . . . 6:00 A. M. Money Order ajid Postal Note depart ment closes at-pji?. m. daily, excepting Saturdays, when -it closes at S r. m. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail from Parke!", Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Mondays and Thurs days At 7 a. ii., anjl arrives hero Tuesdays and Saturdays. F. BLOGAK, P. M. Yuma Lodge No. J, A. O. U. "W. meets very Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Visit fXig bretheren in good standing are invited c attend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. F. B, Wightmau, R. C. A. R. J.,C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday of each month. C.C. Stove. Geo. H. Field, Adjutant. J Commander jyjQASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cotter Building. Yuma. Ariz. jgUiLLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. JPractices in all Courts. Business promptly attended to. Office in ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. "jyOLLER,L. N.I. D. surgeon. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, YUMA, - - - ARIZONA. JJ1IELD, GEO. H?, M. D. Formerly Surgeon of U. S. Army. Special. attention to 8urgery and chronic diseases. Yuma, : : Arizona. ATTORNEY-AT- LA W . YUMA, A. T. "ILSON, CALVERT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NIGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT- LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office cert door to Post Office. Yuma, : : : Arizona. CHAS. L. BROWtT. W. O. HUSON. BROWN & HUSON. ATT.0RNEYS-AT-DAW, ROOM 8IX, COTTER BUILDING. piJRDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. Yuma, - - Arizona. JgWING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC AND PROBATE JUDGE. Yoma, Arizona. ANDERWERKER, J. L. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. Mining, Land $.nd Irrigation Law a Specialty. CITY ATTORNEY. i'-'MA ARIZONA. James Milton, 0?ixx Plate SHEET IRON WORKER, I have now a complete line of hard ware. Cooking stoves, wood, jkerosene and coal, a specialty. Plumbing Promptly Attended to and all Kinds of Job Work a Sppcialty. FOOT .OF MAIN STREET, -YUMA ARIZONA. JHE U. S. CHANGE, fi, M, THURLOW, Prop,, MADISON AVENUE, YUMA Keeps always on hand the choicest brands o WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS City Meat Market. DAVID BALZ, Prof. Wholesale andfletal Dealer in BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, (VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by'ail here. 3VEa21 Street, "STiiTna, PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horsep and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. Palape Barber Shop. IN THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL- SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND SHAMPOOING Done in First-class Style and to; the Queen's Taste. vHOT AND COL DEATHS. A. N. HAINEs Proprietor. THE PLACE, L. J. F. Iaeger, Prop. Cor, of First and Main sts.f Yuma, A T. The Finest Brands of Wines and Whisjcies. Imported Cigars. THE GEM, C, V. MEEDEN.-PROP,, Main street. Clioico WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brands. NEATLY HP.XMff rgh oca. lit looms for tho accomodation of the public EVERYTHING is every respect and POP ULA R PRICES, HOWARD RflASTERSON, TYPE WRITER. Mining, Legal and Commercial worfc, promptly executed. Of fice with County Treas urer, Cotter Building. jTOTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KINSLER. Can be found at the office ot the Sentinel 'any hour of he day. Xo Taxpayers. Notice is hereby given to all psr Eons who have not yet furnished me with a list of their properties for the purpose of assessment for the .current year, that I will be in my office from 9 a. m . to 4 p. m. each day pre pared to receive said lists. Please give this your immediate attention. Mel Greenleaf, County Assessor. W. L. Douglas &3 EJsfl? IS THE BEST. wIIVb''IT FOR AK1NC a. cordovan; rxENCH&EKAMtUf U GAU-. 43.5? FineCaIf XKAngmdol 3.?poLfCE,3 soles. 2l.80YS'SCHOOl5hl!i LAOI&S' BRQCKTOIOL&9S. Over Ons Million People wear tha W.. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They give the best value for the money. They equal cuctom shoes In style and fit. Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, stamped on sole. From Si to $3 saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you -we can. Sold by "Dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent to take exclusive sale for this vicinitv. "Write at once." Palace Restaurant AND Family Bakery ! Tables are supplied with Best the Market Affords ha Hey Youn, PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUMA. A. T. Wl!. CURRER S SON f Alfalfa, Beet and Sorghum Seeds Barley, Rye, Oats.Corn, Etc Oil Cake Meal Bone Meal and Fertilizers. Garden Field I Flower f Tree I and BULBS. 121 SOUTH MAIN ST. LpS AljGELES, CAL. PE oTSIONS THE DISABILITY BILL IS A LAW, Soldiers Disabled n e the War are Entitled Dependent widows an parents now dependun hose Boas died from effct ts f army service are in cluded. If you wish your claim sp. edily and sue late Commissioner of Pensions, Washington. D. C. OR. JORDAN & CO. '3 GREAT MUSEUM OJiKAOT 1051 yrkiASi:., San Francisco ;iieiv.-cen ttn ana 7th Sis.) Go c::d larn how wonderfully ;.ou &IG Eirule 2nd limr in nvnirl liilnu. anJ d.seae. Mu.-cum enlarged with tlicui&nda of new objects. Admi:- Private ffico Same 35uWijr Soncturc, loss of rnanhocji.iSeaEcs of the bkin and kidnej's quickly "vri& tvithout the use of m- r- I wok iiersuuaiiy or oy idler. BcnU Long Established and -Reliable Practitioneer. Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. January 1, 1895. Assets ... $ 1 85,440,3 1 0 Reserve Fund (4$ Standard.) AND ALL OTHER $147,564,507 Liabilities J Sueplus, 4 per cent 837,479803 Surplus, 3 Standard, $27,258,765. Outstanding As surance ,S9 13,556,-733 In the above Statement of Outstanding Assurance, Instalment Policies issued during 1894, .and previous thereto, have been re duced to their commuted value. New Assurance Applied for .25652,736 Amount Declined -39,436,748 New Assurance written .$217,1 lf',988 mmmm Wfr -fl B. HY0, Pres. J. W. ALEXANDER, Vice President. NOTICE! My wife, Sarah V. Salladay having left my bed and board, without just cause or provocation, notice is hereby given to all concerned that I will not be resposibje for any debts she may contract from any cause whatsoever, but will refuse to pay the same Geo. W. Salladay. Dated Yuma, A. T., May 6th, 1895. Proposals for Prison Sup plies. Gfce of the Board of Control. Phoenixj A. T. May 6, 1895. J" Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board in the City of Phoenix un til 10 o'clock a. m. May 25, 1895, for furnish ing the supplies to the Territorial prison at xuma Arizona, for the ensuing year, com mencing July 1, 1895 and ending June 30, 1896. Bidders will be required to furnish to the omcers and employees of the prison any supplies they may want of the same grade and character furnished the prison and at the same price, at which they agree to fur nish the Territory. Lasts of supplies required will be fur nished on application to the Secretary. M. H. McCORD, ' ' Secretary. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE Third Judicial District of the Terri tory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma. ' ! Agnes Clara Miller, Plaintiff, vs. Ernest C. Miller, Defendant. " ' L Action brought in the District Court of tho Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and the complaint filed in said Yuma County, in the office of the Cleric of said District Court. In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to Ernest C. Miller, 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 Third Judicial District of the Territoiy of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of this said Court, at Yuma, in said County, within ten days after the service upon you of the summons, if served in this said County, 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 thereafter, the time above mentioned being exclusive of the day of sepyice, cr judgment by default will be taken against Jyou. ' " ' "' 1 Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial seal. District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County; this 8th, day of May A. D. 1895. C. H. Brinley, Clerk of said District Court. JAeiCSUfE, prop. CIGAKS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND yhe cinly saloon in town where you .can sit beneath the branches .of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. MAIN STREET, YMA, ARIZ. JtPoic Sale. lO All Acre. THREE HALF SECTIONS OF PATENTED -LAND. AS FINE AND EERTILE AS PLOW -EVER TURNED. With Perpetual Watei Right under the Celebrated Mohawk Canal in Mobawk Valley. fach half section has 40 Acres leveled, Fenced, and Ready For Faimiiig. Inquire of J. W. DORRINGTON, YUMA, ARIZ. OR GEO. W. NORTON, MOHAWK, YUMA CO., ARIZ. MAIN STREET, .IN SANGUINETTI .BUILDING. MEALS ANY HOUR .OF THE DAY. Private Rooms for Ladies. "How to Cure Ail Skin Deseases.' Simply apply "S wayne'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 Swaynb's Ointment. pR0GEE0!y8 OF THE Board of Superrsviso. Office of Board of Supervisors Yuma, Ariz., May 17, 1895. Board met pursuant to call of Chairman. Present; Chairman B. A. Har aszthy, Supervisor A. Modesti and Clerk M. L Pool. W. H. Elliott, road overseer for District No. 1, having left the Uounty tne omce ot road overseer for said district was declared va cant Petition for appointment of y A. Werrenger as road overseer for District No. 1, was read and on motion duly carried, petition was granted and clerk instructed to notify him of his appointment. On rnojtjon seconded and carried the road overseers of the different Districts are requested to furnish bond in the sum of 1000 each, subject to approval of the Board. Uii motion Doara tooK a recess till 2 p. m. Roll call at 2 p. m. Same mem- bers present. Board proceeded to open bids for the construction of an :otnouse and cesspool for the Court House. Bids were received from Geo. Doyle, H. J. Deyo and W. W. Woodman, and on motion duly contract was awarded carried the to W. W. Woodman, for the sum of 93, the same being the lowest bid. The Board proceeded to open bids for the erection of guide Boards on the roads and trails leading to water in the different section of the County. Bids were received from Wer renger & Millar and H. J. Deyo. On motion contract was awarded Werrenger and Millar for the sum of $8 for each and ejery guide board or sign so erected that being the lowest -bid". Said boards or igns to be erected in accordance with a certain contract filed in this office. On motion Board adjourned to the regular quarterly meeting. B. A. Haraszthy, Chairman. M. L. Pool. Clerk. All Irce. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it Free. .Call on the advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name and address to H. E. Buskleu & Co.. Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills Free, as well as a copy of Guide to Healch and Household Instructor, Free. All of which is guaran teed to do you good and cost you nothing Gonder & Co.'s drugstore. Husband and. Wife's Compact. A "solemn, compact" entered into by a husband and wife of the city of San Diego on the eye of his de parture for the far east, reads: "It is hereby stipulated between , party ,pf the first part, and , party of the second part, that for and in consideration of the love and affection which the party of the first part has on divers time3 and occasions had reason to believe the party of the second part bears toward her, and for the further consideration that the party of the gecojid part agrees that in his absence he will not wear petti coats rjor big sleeves nor crimp his hair, the party. of the first part will not under any circumstances put on or wear the garments known as bloomers, or otner so-called reform dresses, nor wear the four-in-hand necktie nor cut her hair." Their signatures and that of a notary are attached. Twenty thousand square .miles in Arizona are covered by a heavy growth of timber. The Mogollon forest alone covers over 12,000 square miles, a body of magnificent lumber land nearly as large as Maryland, yet almost untouched by the axe. There are also belts of oak and ash. Vidette. Free lills. Send jour address toll. K. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and 'get a free saniplo box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A 'trial will convince you of their merits. These nills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Consumption and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious 3ubstance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system; Regular size 25c. per box. Sold by Gonder fc Co. Drugpist. Highest of all in Leavening BS0UTEE.Y PURE Cirilzation Drives Out tlic Prospector. AstheNoith Pole attracts the needle of the compass, so does the southwestern part of Arizona atr tract the present tide of immigra tion. Men are pouring into this almost unknown land seeking a new field for business enterprise and a place for future abode. But foremost of all comes the prospec tor, in the prime of life and vigor and pound constitution. He lays the cornerstone of every camp, and following him come the towns, cities arid bustle of civilization. tv nen tne camp oegins to grow or cast off its garb as a mining camp, and the little cabins are swal lowed up by the more pretentious frame, .stone and brick buildings and new people begin to flock in. and the simple but effective laws of the camp are invaded by lawyers with big statute books and courts .of justice of more advanced civili zation, the fact is lamentable, but nevertheless true, that the pioneer miner, with its crude ideas, finds L ll 1 mat mere is no longer any room for him, and so he packs his traps and leaves behind him the city he has founded and the fortune that should have been his reward, with his little 14t pf blankets, pick, shovel and pan, a few pounds of bacon and beans upon his back, generally the sum total of his worldjy possessions, he again, but now in ins old age, strikes out lor new fields to explore and lay new cornerstones for civilization. The history of every western mining camp pf any note is being repeated in Yuma County today, in the exodus of the pioneer and the influx of the new- corners, ihe nat has gone forth, the handwriting is upon the wall, that the destiny of the pioneers is to be the hewers of wood and the drawers of water in the land they have reclaimed from a wilderness, and seeing the inevitable they are striking to the north and west again as the only new and unex plored fields in which they can find a refuge and enjoy the freedom of former days, the excitement of new discoveries and the life of a typical mining camp and it will now be but a matter of a year or two when the old pioneers will all have left us and strangers will fill their places. Surely such men deserve a better fate than an unmarked grave upon the frontier, but it is so ordained, and we can only say, Grod bless and watch over them in their onward inarch. Colouiziusr the West, William E. Smythe chairman of the National Irrigation Committee and who has made the relief of the middle class of humanity a study for years, made a speecji.in Chicago recently to a vast multitude of working men, on the colonization of the western States and Territories, a sketch of whicfais given below: Mr. Smythe spoke briefly on the subject of the colonization move ment. The issue, he said, before the American people to-day is the making of new homes on agricul tural lands. In reality it is the creation of new civilization. In brief, he explained the Carey law, by which five of the Western States have set aside 1,000,000, acres of arid land each for the pur pose of irrigation and cultivation. These lands are to be disposed of at low rates, and every inducement is offered those who are' willing -to en dure the brunt pf hard work for a few, years. In irrigation, Mr. Smy the said, lies the hope of making these lands valuable, and it is the intention to establish colonies. Those who go from Chicago in the first colony will compose the colony of Plymouth in the Payette valley, Idaho, and the start will be made in August. Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder Continuing, Mr. Smythe said: "Thc recent labor troubles have given thoughtful men an insight into the conditions in which the' middle classes are living. There is no more startling proof of the slow descenj. of (the middle classes tliaji the statistics showing that over 70 per cent of the American people are mere tenants of the land they oc cupy, a less percentage than any foreign country except Great Brit ain. We have reached a. period of stagnation because our early policy of continental conquest has been abandoned. East of a north and south line passing through the" center of Kansas there are ,64,000, 000, people, west of it 4,000,000. "For many reasons Brigham Young deserves to be ranked among the greatest of Americans. He founded a great commonwealth, rather than a church. Irrigation was with him a discovery, and hVi grasped its possibilities. He sstvf it was practically an insurance policy on crops, and made possible the raising on a single farm of nearly everything a family needs. He founded a state on industrialism, organized with the best preventive of city congestion-the farm village. THe Mormons have taken $562, 900,000, out of their soil, $it) an annual income or eajcjh 10,000 farms of $1,352. " ' Mr. Smythe made comparisons between the Mormons and the peo? pie of Pullman. The former ver.e landed proprietors, with increased values. accruing to them, and every man a participator in the banking system. The latter were hopeless tenants, employees, and compul sory patrons of corporation banks and stores. Mr. Smythe said &500 dollars capital would take a family to the west, pay irrigation of forty acres and sustain them until the first crop. IE families have no money they might mortgage the lands in advance, and an effort was bieng made to secure funds for this pur pose. The Rev. Carwardine pf Pullman made an appeal for help for the seventy Pullman families who wanted to get away. Their plan was to go South he said. M. H. Madden of the typographical union also spoke. memorial Dar Proclamation Tehkitobx of Arizona, Lxzcctive Office For more than a quarter of a century it haa been the custom of our people to observe May 30th as Memorial Day, and in harmony therewith Na tional and Territorial legislation has established this as a public holiday, dedicated to the memory of those who wrought out through the waer of battle the principles that all men are born free; that the States are members of an indestructible union: and that this Republic shall 'not perish from the earth. This should be a day of patriotic sentiment and lovo of country, a day which will be the oil of gladness to the wounds caused by the terrible con flict, and if there be those who would keep alive acrimonies engendered by the war, let our invoca tion be "Father, forgive tbeu for they know not what they do." May all minds be inspired and all hearts pulsate with sentiments of reconciliation and love. "No more shall the war cry sever Or the winding rivers be red. They banish ur anger forever When they laurel the graves of our dead. Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the Judgment day; Love and tears for the blue. Tears and love for the gray.1' Jfow therefore I, Louis C. Hughes, Governor of the Territory of Arizona, ,in view of the day and its purposes do hereby recommend that the people observe the same in a befitting manner, joining with the surviving members of the Grand Army of the Republic in their memorial service, and in strewing flowers on the graves of their departed comrades; thus encouraging reflection on the duties of patriots in time of tho country's peril, and animate the spirit of charity and reconcilia tion in time of petfee, that every section of our Republic may be "one and inseparable." Done at Phonix, the Capital, this 13th day of May, in the year of our Lord, 1S95. Bv the Governor, L. C. HUGHES. C. M.ERUCE, Secretary of Arizona. " - OHOOL KOTOE, 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 the Public School Houso on Monday. Juno 3rd, 1895, at 0 o'clock a. m. A. FRANK. Probate J udge and Ex-Offioio Superintend ent of Public Schools, Yuma .County, A. T, '