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VOL. XXIV. YUMA., ARIZONA, SATURDAY, JUNE 8. 1895, DUMBER 29. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY Jf, W. DORRlNGTONj Prop. James Milton, SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months, - - - 1 50 One Tear - - - 3 00 A DVERTISING RATES wade known on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona, TO IC DADED is kePfc 011 ,file at E'J:C I MO rArtn Dake'a Advertising Agency, C4 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, where contracts for advertising can be made for it. QFFIUL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL OrHCERS. eoVKRXOR C HUGHES -Secretart .....C. M. BRUCE Auditor H C BOONE Attorkkt General FRANK .T. HENEY Scrvetor General -C A. MANNING Treasurer .....CP. LIETCH Suit, of PrELic Isstructios.. . SF. J. NETHERTON Delegate to Cosoress N. O. MURPHY Bcpt. Territorial Prison THOMAS GATES TUC30N LAND OFFICE. .Register EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Receiver E. Ra MONK CCCXTT officers. .District Jcbqe A. C. BAKER Clerk of District Court C. H. BRINLEY )B. A. HARASZTHY Chairman, J. Sotervisors jQANDOLFO, and A. MODESTI. Clerk or Board of Supervisors... M. L. POOL iProbate Judge & Suft. Sctiools A. FRANK Sheriff. Tax Col'r and Assessor.. M. GREENLEAF Under-sheriff W. L HOPKINS District-Attcrnet .SAMUEL PURDY -Treasurer , F. S. INGALLS Recorder M. L. POOL Surveyor .- J. B. MARTIN tCocsTY PuTsictAX L. N . MOLLLR frecikct offzceus. ) GEO. A. DUKE .justices of the Peace a?;d W. O. WILLIS. THURLOW. '.Trustees of Yuma School Dis. xF. FREDLEY and , LEVY 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, MASTERSON, TYPE WRITER. Mining, Legal and Commercial work, promptly executed. Of fice with County Treas urer, Cotter Building. ROTARY PUBLIC, JAM EG H. KINSLER. Can bo found at the oifice ot the Sentinel any hour of the day. I'o Tnxpajcrs. Notice is hereby given to all par sons 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 -1 p. m. each day pre pared to receive said lists. Please give this your immediate attention. Mel Greenleaf, County Assessor. YG. M. T .;f. fre .United States Custom House iED. MAYES, Deputy Collector Councilmen citv officers, Mayor F. S. INGALLS FRED FREDLEY, ! J. M.SPEESE, f FRANK REDONDO. J W. W. WOODMAN. City Attorney W. O. HUSON City Recorder ..F. B. WIGHTMAN. Assessor . J. NEAHR. Treasurer I. LEVY Marshal RCBT. HATCH RULES OF POST OFFICE. The. office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 r. m., daily. Sundays from 12:40 to 1:40 r. m. and 5.30 to 6:80 p. M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:00 p.m. AYcst-bound mail closes at . . ,6:00 a. m. Money Order and Postal Note depart- .ment closes at 6 P. x. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes at 3 r. m. Jno Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail from Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver .District leaves Yuma Mondays and Thurs vdaysat 7 A. M., and arrives here Tuesdays And Saturdays. F. B. LOGAN, P. M. G, M, THURLOW, PROP,, MADISON AVENUE, YUMA Keeps always on hand the choicest brands WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets very Tuesday evening at o'clock. Visit ing bretheren in good standing arc invited toattend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. F. B, Wightman, R. C. A. R. J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday of each month. .0. C. Stowe. iGeo. H. Field, Adjutant. J Commander yjASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORN EY-AT-L A W, ity Meat market DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Refal Dealer in BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. HVEaisa. Street. "SxxsKadr PIONEER LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., DAN DEVOR.E, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Also careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain .for sale. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. Cotter Building. Yuma, Ariz. IgULLARD, PURDY "GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in aU Courts. .Business promptly attended to. Office in ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. M OLLER, L. N. M. D. surgcoxx. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, JEUMA, - - - ARIZONA. JJUELD, GEO. H., M. D. Formerly Surgeon. of U. S. Army. Special attention to surgery and chronic diseses. Yuma, : :: Arizona. JJ C. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT- LA W . YUMA, A. "ILSON, CALVERT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1 NIGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) Yuma, : : : Arizona. e jsarDer -IN THE- .SOUTHERN SHAVING, PACIFIE HAIR CUTTING SHAMPOOING HOTEL- AND the Done in First-class Style and to Queen's Taste. HOT AND GOLD BATHS. JL N. HAIHEs Proprietor. W.L.D mm. m E IS THE BEST. FIT FOB A KING. . CORDOVAfX FRENCH &ENAMCLLED CALF. '4l3SP FlNECALf &KAHGAH0a 3.sopouCE,3 SOLES, "r'" EXTRA FINE' $2.$I7BOYS'SCHOOLSHOE5. BBSsSiSs JTl - " . PWW-I.'DOUGLAS Over One Million People wear the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Slices AH our shoes are equally satisfactory They glvo the best value for the money. They equal custom shoes in style and fit. Th;Ir wearing qualities ere unsurpassed. The prices are uniform, -"-stamped on sole. From Si to $3 saved over other makes. If your dealer cannot supply you v;e can. Sold by "Dealers everywhere. Wanted, agent to take exclusive sale for this vicinitv. Write at once." A San Diego dentist is making money implanting dead teeth in the jaws of live patients. One woman carries thirteen implanted teeth. The dentist simply drills a hole in the toothless jawbone and drives in a tooth with a mallet. These implanted teeth do well. They never ache. A rancher from Vista recently had a tooth thus im planted. He asked the dentist to put in a "nigger's" tooth, if possible, believing that an African ivory had better staj'ing qualities. Human teeth for implanting are in great demand. They are secured from all sorts and conditions of men and women, dead and alive. A set of these implanted teeth is said to be very comforting if one doesn't stop to think where they come from. CJieap Kates, alace Restaurant AND lafcerv ! Tables are siuimliecl with Best the Market Affords Gharley PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUMA, A. T. Beginning June G; the Southern Pacific Company will run a series ol excursions from all points in Arizona and New Mexico to Santa Monica at creatlv reduced rates. Tickets good for GO days will bo issued . Hound trip tickets from Yuma $13.40. The first of these trains leaves Yuma on the morning of June 7 . Howaril'ri Basest. Piles! Piles! Itching Pilss. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and stinging; most afc night; worse by scratch ing. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swayne's Ointment stops the itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne&Son. Philadelphia. , My wife, Sarah Ar. Salladay having left my bed and board, without just cause or provocation, notice is hereby given to all concerned that I will not be resposible for any debts she may contract from any cause whatsoever, but will refuse to pay the same. Gko. W. Salladay. Dated Yuma, A. T., May Gth, 1S95. Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, WM. CURRER & SON Garden Tree J and BULBS. 121 SOUTH MAIN ST. Los Angeles, Cal. f Alfjtlfa, Beet and Sorghum Seeps -! Barley, Rye, I Oats.Corn, Etc Oil Cake Meal I Bone MeaJ and Fertilizers . PE JSIONS THE DISABILITY BILL IS A LAW, Soldiers Disabled n e the War are Entitled Dependent widows an parents now dependen whose sons died from effct ts f army service are in cluded. If you wish your claim sp edily and sue ccsbfully prosecuted, ISMrO Tft MfJCD .address JHIflLu IHHHill late Commissioner of Pensions, Washington. D. C. THE PLACE, L J. F. Iaeger, Prop. Cor, of First and Main sts., Yuma, An T. CHAS. L. BROWN. BROWN W. O. HUSON. HUSON. ATTORNEYS-AT-DAW, BOOM SIX, COTTER BUILDING JpURDY, SAMUEL, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. uiaa. - Arizona, jgJWING, F. L., NOTARY PUBLIC AND PROBATE JUDGE. Yuma, : : : Arizona. "yANDERWEKKER, J. L. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. Mining, Land and Irrigation Law a Specialty. -eilY ATTORNEY. ymjA AIM ZONA. The Finest Brands Wines and Whiskies. Imported Cigars. of THE GE C. V. MEEDEN, PROP,, fVlain street. Olioice WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brands. NEATLY JJ'-ura 1 etlxo aL Jit H.ooras for the accomodation of the public EVERYTHING I?IB.ST-OllASS is every respect and POPULAR PRICES. DR. JORDAN & CO.'S GREAT IUSEUH OF ANATOMY 1051 Market St., San Francisco (Between Cth and 7tjl Sts.) Go and learn how wonderfullv von are made und how to nvoiil t;,-i.-ri..j a.!1'J disease. Mu'-eum enlarged with thousands of new objects. Aduiis- Private OffIpfvrt,CT nniM:... 5051 Ifrkct Street niscBa r.f stricture, loss of manhood, diseasea of the skin and kidneys quiddy -ured without the use of bit-CUV- Treatment personally cr by letter. Send MAIN STREET.-.,. In connection with the Place Saloon. Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c., served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $6. Per month $25. Fish and game in season. Bread, cake and pies for sale. Ice cream every day. Lunches put up to order. Meals at all hours, day and night. Private rooms for ladies. Long Established Practitioneer. and Reliable Equitable -assurance OP THE UNITED STATES. January 1, 1895. Assets $$ 85,440,3 i Reserve Fund (4 Standard.) ( AND ALL OTHER f ' ' '-'1 ,561,507 Liabilities J Surplus, 4 per cenfc $37,479,S03 Surplus, S Standard, $27,258,765. Outstanding As surance .$913,556,733 In the above Statement of Outstanding Assurance, Instalment Policies issued during 1S94, and previous thereto, have been re duced to their commuted value. New Assurance Applied for $256,552,736 Amount Declined 39,436,748 JAGSCDUMNE, prop. cigars kept in stock. PRIVATE CARD RC02VJS. finest brands op liquors and The only 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, YUMA, ARIZ. UNITED STATES RESTAURANT Madison Avenue, Opposite Public school, j Board per week $5.50. Per month, $25.00. Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c. Porterhouse steak with Mush rooms 50 cents. Ice cream three times per week. Chicken twice a week. Oysters. Quail every da7. Private room. New Assurance writton .$21 7,1 15,988 fSNRY B. HYDE, Pres. J. W. ALEXANDER, Vice President- Wm. & P. HODGES, Proprietors. VHOLESALE and RET ATT, Dealers in FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, PORK and SAUSAGES. Main Street, : Yuma, Ariz. "How to CureAIiSIcin Deseasos.' Simply apply "Swayne'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 Swayne's OlNT.ME.N3', Written especially for the Sentinel, May ,30, 1895. Howard's mother lives in suite 252 at the Palace and Mabel's cross old bachelor uncle lives in 253 that is he used to he doesn't any more. Well, Mabel called to see her uncle on Thursday, and he wasn't in, the maid unlocked the door and the little girl proceeded to amuse herself in the rooms. Howard's mother was also out, and his nurse was on the floor above talking to another Marie. So the children were not long in discover ing each others whereabouts and soorjj sooner than it takes to tell it, they were both in mischief. But let us repeat the story in the words of charminK Mrs. W. Said she: "I called for Mrs. B. at 5:30. I found her walking franticallv un and down in a most thoroughly dis ordered room." "Why, my dear, why areyou not dressed for dinner? asked I. Dressed! Dressed! Dress ed, in a man's shirt, and an 18 inch neck at that! "fairly screamed Mrs. B. "A woman to dress for a din ner in shirts and cuffs.and neckties. Not a blessed thing else is in my bureau-.-" At this juncture a wild scream for "Porter! Annie!" was heard across the hall. "Porter, get her out quick! Got her out! Such a thing never happened be fore! A woman in my apartments! and here the voice lowered, "and for God's sake send me a boy and get me a shirt. I have an appoint ment at the club at six." "A shirt, see," gasped the be wildered Porter, why sir. what's the matter with your own shirts?" "Matter," roared the O. B. can I wear uiisr is tins a shirt, ana that, what is that anyway? Do you call this cuffs, you blundering idiot! Wouldn't I loolc nice going into the Pacific-Union dressed in a rig of that kind? But the porter could stand no more and in despair rushed down to the office Mrs. V. raised her voice and said over the transom: "Is your shirt marked T. W. B?" "It is, madam," answered a voice as if from the tomb, and if you will loan it to me, only loan it to me for half an hour, and I'll be the most grate ful man in the world. So Annie, the chambermaid, was called into use and the shirt duly delivered to its irate owner, and Annie came back with a long drawn face and a wild expression of eye, Whj', Mrs, B., all your clothes are over in his room, and they are lying around everywhere. On chairs and tables, and the floor and on the desk, and, "Oh," said Mrs. B., "Howard, come here!" and Howard, who had been quietly sitting dur ing all this commotion without offering one word of explanation, came. "Howard, what were you and Mabel doing this afternoon?" Playing laundry, Whj' what do you mean f Wny mama 1 played ! vn.s xSnrnfRSP. nnr! :V :i hfi wjik n lady, and I brought her her clothes home, and Mabel played she was a French Laundry and brought my collars and shirts and everything a man wears, home, and Mabel used her une'e s clothes, and I used yours." "And then" put in Mrs. B. "Then I put my collars and things all nicely away in the bureau drawers, and Mabel put her's away in her uncle's bureau drawers, and then we began playing that we lived in Yuma, and so we had to begin to fight and so we forgot to put the clothes back again, but I'll go over now and tell the gentleman that he mustn't run away with your clothes." But Howard's mother knew better than have her dear lit tle angel risk his life in suite 253. i' ' 1 1 ii in 'am nuns Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report n r ''Ic Sum IIeo, Yuma. Phociux ESaih-ond. and A San Diegan seeking capitid in New York to build a railroad to Yuma or a water supply for the city, will be asked the very first thing, "Why don't the people of San Diegd build some themselves?" Why? That's the question. - We have a population of 17,000 in this city, and with S,000 more in the neisrhborincr towns of the bav region, we have a total of 25,000 people, who can build a railroad to Yuma or secure tho irrigation of the lands of the bay-region. The only question is "How shall it be done? It can be done, we firmly believe. In war times, what can not the army of 25,000 accomplish? In peace what cannot the popula tion of 25,000 accomplish? True, it is not necessary to have the money on hand to build the entire line. But it is necessary for all of the 25,000 people here on this bay region to pull together. After pull ing together for one year steadily, thoy would have an increase of 10,000 in population to assist them, and as many of the new-comers would represent capital, they would assist materially in accomplishing what the 25000 originally had set out to bring about. As 25,000 peo ple pulling together for one year can accomplish a great deal, 35,000 people can accomplish more the next year, and so on, until the road to Yuma (only 175 miles) has been completed and our lands have secured the reservoirs and ditches to irrigate them. "God help those who help themselves" is quite true, and is applicable to San Diego. Let us help ourselves, and after we have helped ourselves by pulling steadily together for one year, then outside (New York) capitalists win help us. it is reasonable. Let us stop waiting for some outsiders to come here whereby all of us 25,000 people nere putting togetner we can vir tually secure what we much desire and have wanted for twenty-seven years past, the direct east line or railroad and the irrigation of all of the lands of the bay region, then, when they are secured, we will prosper, iNicaragua Uanal or no Nicaragua Canal, then we will be a -great commercial city to make use of the Nicaragua Canal, when it is built, and not be waiting for the Nicaragua Canal to build us up. .Let's pull together tor one year. An army or 2o,UUU people can do much m one year. San Diego World. Two and three crops of Egyptian corn and two crops of potatoes and' peanuts thrive remarkably well. Strawberries, blackberries, gooses berries, and the hko grow in greai abundance. Tho climate cannot be surpassed and the soil needs no fertilization. This land in Yuma county is especially suitable for settlement by small colonies. The valley in question supplies a large number of mining districts with hay, vegetables and other products of the farm. Much attention, of late is being paid to thoroughbred horses and cattle, and the raising of hogs is a decided success and are being regularly shipped to the Los Angeles market where they bring good pricesi The article by J. W. Dorrington will no doubt re suit in great good for the county and especially to the people who go there for homes and a livelihoodt The .climate in the land of the sun set is not equalled on the face of the earth, Daily (Moberly, Mo.) Monitor. It May Do as Much for You. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder wa3 affected. He tried many so called Kidney Cures but without any good result. About a year ago he beau use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric .Bitters is especial1 ly adapted to cure of all kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost instant re lief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50c. for large bottle At Gon? dcr & Co, Drug store. &rebsler on the CSrcatJ West. Of Knights of the Waccabcos- The State Commauder writes" us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying other medicine for whufc seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children wc tried Dr. King's Nev Discovery and at the end of two days the cough entirely left them. Wc will not be without it hereaf ter, a3 our experience proves that it cures where all others remedies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens, State Com Why not give this great medicine a trial, a3 it is guar anteed aud trial bottles are free afc Gonder & Co. Drug Store. Regular size oOc. and ST. 00. The Yuma (Ariz.) Sentinel May 25. has been received at the Monitor office and we notice about four columns of matter written on the resources of Yuma county and compiled by Immigration Commis sioner J. W. Dorrington, of that citv. The editor of the Monitor is well acquainted with the commis sioner and can say he is reliable in every sense of the term and his article on the resources of that great country, which is des tined to be one of the richest with proper development in "The Apache State," can be relied upon in all its details. The irrigating advantages of the county is considered and the writer has many interesting points upon that important question Live stock, horses, hogs and cattle do well in the countv and the cheapness of land makes stock rais ing a great inducement. Stock t r t r ! i grow ia& on auana, oi which six crops are cut a year. The writer states that a large area of land is now under cultivation m fruits, Egyptian corn, grapes, figs, wheat, barley, sorghum, beans, cabbage, artichokes, asparagus, lettuce, radishes, peas and in fact all kinks of vegetables. Watermelons, musk melons, squash, pumpkins are very prolific. Listen: Vegetables arej grown in all seasons of the year. When wc think of the teeming population which now fills many portions of our country west of the Rocky Mountains, and remember how famous, all over the world, is their singular beauty, and their incomparable value to the tourist, the health seeker, the agriculturist and the horticulturist, as well as the miner, it is interesting to read what so intelligent a statesman as- Daniel Webster thought of them just fifty years ago, and to know that his views were shared by many other prominent public men of the time. In a speech delivere.d in the United States Sennin in 1844, with regard to the proposal that a mail service should be estab lished betwreen Missouri and the Pacifi coast, Webster said: "What cio we want with this vast worthless area, this region of savages and wild beasts of deserts, of shifting sands and whirlwinds of dust, of cactus and prairie dogs? To what use could we ever hope to put these great deserts, or these endles3 mountain ranges, impenetrable, and covered to their bases with eternal snow? What can we ever hope to do with the western coast, a coast of three thousand miles; rock-bound, cheerless and uninvit ing, with not a harbor on it? What use have we for such country? Mr President, I will never vote one cent from tbe public treasury to place the Pacific coast one inch nearer Boston tban it is to-day. Hearts are like flowers: they re- m'ainopen to the.softly falling dew, but shut up in the violent down pour of rain. Ritcher. Who dares to think that these few thousand years have exhausted this majestic and mysterious being that we call man? Phillips Brooks. The lights of a picture are created by the shades: the highest pleasure which nature has indulged to sen sitive perception is that of rest after fatigue. Johnson. One who is too wise an observer of the business of others, like one who is too curious in observing the labor of bees, will often be stung for his curiosity. Pope I am very sure that any man of common understanding may, by culture, care attention and labor, make himself whatever he pleases, except a great noet. Chesterfield