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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
Yuma. jA.rlasozia,.
SATURDAY OCT 5, 1 81)5.
Iair of" IVerrspapcrs.
It aubdcr&ers order the discontinuance of news
papers, the publishers may continue to send tbem
until all arrearages are paid.
If subscriber refuse or neglect to take their news
papers from the office to which they arc sent, they
are held responsible until tlier have settled the bills
and orderod them discontinued.
If subscribers move to other places without in
forming the publisher, and the newspapers arc sent
to th former place of residence they are then re
-sponsible.
Si.N DIEGO TO YUMA.
The paramount necessity for a rail
road direct from San Diego to Yuma,
Phoenix and the East increases as tho
days go ly.
The city at the coast, with its safe
and beautiful bay, has reached the
point in its history when its coramer
cial life depends upon the construc
tion of a direct outlet to this rapidly
developing Territory that will short
en the distancs between it and the
Colorado river more than a hundred
miles as now traveled thus command-
insf the great bulk of travel from
Arizona, which in itself is an item
-of no small moment as V.ell as draw
ing from (his section a largo share of
trade that is now wholly absorbed -by
"Los Angeles.
The great prestige gained by the
latter city in the race for commercial
supremacy could be completely over
shadowed in a few years by the build
ing of this road and infusing into the
people of the coast city a little of the
energy, enterprise and industry that
proves irresistible in the struggle to
throw off the habiliments of a way
station and don the imposing apparel
of metropolitan life.
In natural resources and environ
ments San Diego has no rival on the
lower Pacific Coast and when con
nected by an air line with this rich
and wonderfully inviting country
forming a shortened connection with
one or more trans-continental roads,
Bhe would draw to herself travel and
trauc that would not only make such
a road profl table, but would carry
thousands upon thousands of dollars
to the coffers of her merchants, her
hotel men, her business men of all
kinds and this would increase with
every year. It is estimated that the
summer tourists from Arizona alone
spent 5100,000 in Los Angeles the
season just closed, and several thous
ands at Santa Monica, Santa Cata
lina and other such resorts. A large
majority of these wonld have gone
direct to San Diego to enjoy its un
surpassed climate, its ocean view and
bathing and enriched that city by this
liberal expenditure could they have
reached that city as comfortably and
quickly as Los Angeles. The Ari
zonian seeking the coast for his sum
mer outing sometimes runs down to
San Diego for a day, but seldom
longer, as the people of this territory
and other sections are beginning to
regard that beautiful place as a side
station .to Los Angeles, and the peo-
pie or oan jjiego cnemseives are re
sponsible for the impression,
There are some enterprising public
spirited men there, but most of her
business and professional men are
wholly indifferent to her welfare.
They complain at the dullness of the
times, bemoan the state of trade and
condition of the country, but do noth
ing to change the times. They do
not even inform themselves of the
great resources and developing rich
ness of their own county. "But few
of them aro aware of the existence, of
such wealth producing gold mines as
the Golden Cross group, the Cargo
Muchacho, the Picacho, and other
mines of limitless riches lying in their
own county and drawing their sup
plies from other cities and towns,
shipping their ores and bullion to
other places, spending their money
elsewhere than in the capital of the
county of their location. Simply be
cause there is no direct way of reach
ing San Diego, such as she should
have and must have if she ever
reaches the dignity of a city of com
mercial importance. i
These mines, in her own county,
some with 140 stamps dropping,
others with srviall mills, others devel
oping rapidly and mills being erected,
would note quite a stir in business
circles in San Diego, if a railroad
running direct from the Colorado
river to that city was in existence to
afford them the opportunity of trad
ing with her. J ust across the river,
tributary to that city lies an. empire,
where the treasure home of the nation
can be found, where irrigating canals
that equal many navigable rivers of
the states in size, built and building-,
arc bringing into life and verdue
thousands of acres of such land as
the valleys of the Nile gave to the
wealth of Egypt, and around, between '
and touching these caivila great gold,
copper, silver, lead, onyx and other
mines are yielding up an abundance
of wealth that would cause the aver
age San Diegian to loose his power of
speech upon beholding. This field
stands anxiously awaiting the coming
of a rairoad that will cut off 100
miles of useless travel to the" seaport
town whose bay should be dotted
with vessels and which would receive
an impetus from its building that
would send it many a league toward
metropolitan existence and without
which she is doomed to become a
mere way station, a stopping place
only to give the traveling world a
glimpse at opportunity lost and
golden -chance ignored.
PROCEEDING
OF THE
TERRITORIAL BOARD OF
OF THE AFFAIRS OF TH&
RITORIAL PRISON,
TER
Board convened at 2 p. ra. Pres
ent: L. C. Hughes Chairman, M
H. McCord Secretary and C. P
Leitch member.
Reports of Superintendent, As
sistant Superintendent and Physi
cian were read and ordered filed.
The following claims were ex
amined, approved and vouchers
ordered drawn for same.
Thomas Gates, salary as
Superintendent $ 750 00
M. F. Shaw, salary as
Assistant Superin
tendent 375 00
H. W. McKean, salary as
Secretary and store
keeper 375 00
P. G. Cotter, salary as
Physician 375 00
Wm. H. Moore, salary as
Guard 240 00
B. F. Hartlee, salary as
Guard 240 00
A. Tyner, salary as
Guard 240 00
G. W. Salladay, salary as
Guard 240 00
H. P. Richardson, salary
as Guard 240 00
John I. Toler, salary as
Guard 240 00
Charles Young, salary as
Guard 240 00
H. E. Cunningham, salary
as Guard 240 00
3 . M. Dodson, salary as
- Guard 240 00
Charles B. Edward, salary
as Guard 82 61
Geo. H. Miles, salary as
Guard 157 40
Freeson Neahr, salary as
Guard 37 35
W. E. Marvin, salary as
Guard 202 65
A. Modesti, General sun-
plies 4 00
J, "W.Dorrington, Publish
ing 47 75
L. Zeckendorf, Hard
ware. 14 33
Levy & Co., General sup
plies 4 io
Goldberg Bros , Clothing. 73 95
D. Balz, Fresh beef 774 70
Gonder & Co., Medical
supplies 23 50
Yuma Water & Light Co.,
Water & Light 600 00
F. L. Ewing, Ice 56 20
Yuma Lumber Co., Lum
ber 56 07
E. b. Wakelin, Drugfr. . . . 161 82
Gandolfo & Saneuiuetti
General supplies 3371 02
F. Hartlee, Fresh
Milk 43 00
S. Hatch, Returning
paroled prisoner 10 00
B.
R.
Total $9755 44
On motion it was ordered that
all good time earned by convicts
Frank Armer, Henry Ferguson,
and J. Braske during the first year
of their confinement be forfeited on
account of their violation of prison
rules.
On motion it was ordered that a
warrant for $200.00 be drawn in
favor of Thomas Gates, Superin
tendent to meet the contingent ex
penses of the prison for the ensue
ing quarter, said warrant to be
charged to Thomas Gates, he to
furnish an itemized bill of said ex
penses at the end of the quarter.
On motion it was ordered that
the sum of $99.90 held bv the
SuDerintendent ofthenriRnn t.n the.
credit - of one Kasper Zollicker who
was on the 23rd day of December
A. D. 1891, sentenced for five years
from Maricopa County for obstruct
ing a railway track and who was
sent to the Iusane Asylum at Ph.Oej,
ft?.
nix for treatment there on April
30th, 1893, and who escaped -from
.that institution on April28th,' 1894,
the Superintendent of the prison is.
hereby authorized and directed ftp
forward said money to the Terri
torial Treasurer to be placed to the
credit of the Insane Asylum Fund
m part for the maintenance of said
Zollicker.
On motion the Superintendent
was ordered to have a survey made
of the easterly line of the Terri
torial prison land
- On motion it was voted to put in
as soon as practicable an electric
light and pumping plant at the
prison, to include such pumps as
may be deemed advisable for the
irrigating of such land as may be
desirable.
Ayes: L. C. Hughes Chairman,
M. H. McCord Secretary;
Nays: O. P. Leitch member.
On motion the Superintendent
was ordered to purchase enough
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of imitation trade
marks and. labels.
is the whole jstory
about
ARAV AW HMMER SODA
ftf ffl3ffr!30'l6 Costs no more than other package soda never spoils 9
fill ffivfGUv2) flour universally acknowledged purest in the world. &
Made only by CHURCH & CO., Few
Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable KocipesFREE.
S. LEW
BRICK BUILDING,
Yuma Lumber Co
SASH DOORS AXD BLINDS, CEMENT AND LIME, WROUGIIT-IRON PirE ArTFlTTlA-GS. '
Address, F. L. EWING, Manager, Yuma, A.T.
Photographic Co. has removed to igi Post St., bet
Kearny Grant Ave-, S. F. .
The Leading Photographers of the Pacific Coas
The Largest aud best equipped Photographic Gallery on the American
continent. The letest improved appliances for producing
the finest work by the instantaneous process.
The only Gallery In the World making tho Celebrated Iridium Photographs (or Photographs
in colors) and at prices nearly as cheap as the ordinary Photograph. Tho perfection ef these
Pictures is simply marvelous. The visitor is apply repaid by calling and inspecting this beau
tiful work. Pictures enlarged in Crayon, Indian Ink and Water Colors at moderate prices.
ALTHE E
THE-
OF YUMA
Corner of First
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS,
HAY, GRAIN
Fjesh and First-Class goods,
Store in Town
ALTHEE
MODESTI
ii
FIRST
249 North Main Street, Los Angeles, California.
Centralis Located; First-Class Dining Rooms
Attached; Rates from $1.25 to $2.00 per day.
Rates for Rooms without meals, for one person,
50c, 75c. and $1. .
YZ ENTERTAIN ON BOTH THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLA.V!.
"YV. E, Browning. Chief Clerk;
to plant three acres of
land.
L.
C. Hughes
Gbairman
H. McCord
M
. SecrefaiT-
Superintendent and Assistant Sup-,
erintendent's reports will be found on
third page
The Southwest Stockman, published
at Wilcox, Ariz., by O. W.' Pugh,
has bees moved to Phoenix and will
be published in that in the future.
It will make its first appearance on
Oct. 11th, under the name of the
Southioesteni Stockman, Farmer and
Feeder.
Bro. Pucrh stands amonc the best
journalists of the Territory and we
wish him all success in his new and
greatly enlarged Dtdd.
I here is a soflt oi economy in
Providence that .one shall excel
where another is defective, in order
to make them more useful to each
other, and mix them in society.
Addison.
ihe best rules to lorm a young
man are to talk little, to hear much,
to reflect alone upon, whatnots pass
ed in company, to distrust one's
own opinions, and value others
that deserve it. Sir. W. Temple.
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York. Sold by grocers everywhere. W
FOOT OF MAIN ST.
CnUTCTY,
&,m.3. IMCisa Steets
AND LUMBER.
BOOTS AND SHO"RS. "RTO
and Pices as low as any
Give me a Call.
YUWSA, A. T.
CLASS.
canagne
Hi ?
TREES FOR SALE.
VERNON AVENUE NURSEHY,
H.G. Bennett, Pasadena, Cal.
roer bnop.
-IN THE-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL-
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
SHAMPOOING
Done in First-class Stylo and to the
Queen's Taste.
HOT AND
COLD BATHS,
A. H. HAINls Pmnrietor.
THE PLACE,
L. J. F. IaegeR) Prop.
Cor, of First and Main sts.
Yuma, A.T.
The Finest Brands of
Wines and Whiskies.
Imported Cigars.
A FINE NEW
BILLIARD
TABLE.
JHE U. S.
3
G, M, THURLOWProp,
MADISON AVENUE, YUMA
Keeps always on hand the choicest brands o
WINES, LIQUORS
AND CIGARS
City Meat Market
DAVID BAL7T, Prop:
Wholesale and Retal Dealer in
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES
Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River
Valley received by rail here.
3VElxs3. Stroot, Yumar
THE GEM,
C, V. MEEDEN, Prop.,
Main street.
023LO0
WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS
both Foreign and Domestic brands.
NEATL1
3g-ML2rr 1 mtt oca. Ut Hoomg
for tho accomodation of the public
EVERYTHING
PIRST-OLASS
in' every respect and
roruLAR PRICES.
Istinst. Sept. 14, '95 L Oct 12 5t,
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the Territory of
Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma.
Elena Goodman, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas J.
Goodman, Defendant.
Action brought in the District Court of
the Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Arizona, in and for Yuma County and
the complaint' filed in said Yuma County, in
tho office of the Clerk of said District Court.
In the name of the Territory of Arizona,
to Thomas J. Goodman, defendant,Greeting:
You are hereby summoned to appear in an
action brought against you by tho above
named plaintiff, in the District Court of the
Third Judicial District of the Territory of
Arizona; in and for Yuma County, and an
swer the complaint therein filed with Clerk
of this said Court, at Yuma, in said County,
within ten days after the service upon you
of this 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 io all
other cases within thirty days thereafter,
the times above mentionad being exclusive
of the day of service, or judgment by default
will be taken against you.
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 12th,
day of September, A. D. 1895.
C. H. Brinley,
Clerk of said District Court.
SAMUEL PURDY, Att'y for Plaintiff.
New Store! ; " :
New Goods ! -
iiiiitfi
Fair Dealing!
and.
Low jpricesll
E ARE NOW READY AND WILLING TO
suppl the good people of this town and
county with
NICE FRESH GROCERIES,
CLEAN NEW DRY GOODS,
YELL MADE BOOTS & SHOES,
GOOD FITTING HATS it CAPS,
and in fact everything that Is needed in any well
regulated family, we win give
SIXTEEN :-: OUNCES :-: TO :-: THE :-: POUND,
and will give you One Hundred Cents Worth of
Goods for Your One Dollar in Coin. We try to
please and give Satisfaction to all. We have so
far succeeded.
" We keep a good stock of everything necessary
for Miners, Lawyers, Doctors, Fanners, Builders
Politicians, Laborers, Mechanics, Saloon-keepers,
Teachers and Preachers, Young Men and Old Maids,
We have on hand at all times
in any quantity
HAY AND GRAIN
We keep the Best Brands of 'i
We sell the Best
COFFEES AND TEAS
If you have not dealt with us yet,
Try us.
IfVCcvclie! 033. A.venue,
""ST 1X333. A.T'lSK.
AND
Family Bakery !
Tables are supplied with
Best the Market
Affords
Charley Youner,
PROPRIETOR.
MAIN STREET YUMA. A. T.
1st Inst. July 27 S, 23.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 159.
United States Land Office, "I
Los Angeles, Cal. , July 22, 1895.
Notice is hereby given that Lloyd Tevis
by his Attorney in fact, Hiram W. Elais
dell, whose Postoffice address is Yuma,
Arizona, has filed his application for
Patent for Fifteen Hundred (1500) linear
feet of the Cargo Muchacho Mine or Vein
bearing gold, with surface ground Six
Hundred (600) feet in width, situated in
Cargo Muchacho mining district, County of
San Diego and State of California, and de
signated by the field notes and official plat
on file in this office as Lot No. 40, in town
ship 15 South, rarige 21 East of the San
Bernardino Meridian, California. Said
Lot No. 40 being described as follows, to-
wit:
Beginning at post marked C. M. 1, set
in mound of stone, same being the South
center end monument of the Cargo Mucha
cho Mine, and from which United States
Mineral Monument No. 65 bears N. 31
11' west 29.38 Chains; thence South S9
44' ea3t 4.545 chain?, or 300 feet, to a post
set in a mound of stones oVer an iron bar
and marked C. M. 24, same being the South
East corner of this claim; thence North 8'
59 East 22.727 chains, or 1500 feet, along
the East side line of this claim to a post set
in a mound of stones over an iron bar and
marked C M. 3, same being .the North
East corner of this claim; thence along the
North end b'ne of this claim North 89" and
44' West, 4,545 chains, or 300 feet to a
post set in a mound of stones over an iron
bar and marked C. M. 4, same being the
North end center monument of this claim;
thence North 89 44' west, 4.545 chains, or
300 feet, to a post set in a mound of stone
over an iron bar and marked C. M. 5, the
same being the North West corner of this
claim; thence South 8 59' West, 22.727
chains, or 1500 feet, along the West side
line of this claim to a post set in a mound
of stone over an iron bar and marked CM.
6, samo being the South West corner mon
ument of this claim; thence South 89 44'
East. 4.545 Chairs, or 300 feet, to the
point of beginning. Containing 20.42
acres. Magnetic variation, 13 33' East.
Tho location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's Office of San Diego County,
California, in Book 4, Page 336, Miscel
laneous Records. There are no other
known claims adjoining it.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Cargo Muchacho Mine
or surface ground, Are required to file their
adverse claim with the Reeistor of the
United States Land Office at Los Angeles,
California, during the sixty days period of-
pnblication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
Q. J. Bolton, Register.
July 22, 1895.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application for a Mining Patent;
be published for ten (10) consecutive weeks
in the Sentinel, a weekly newspaper pab
fished at Yuma, Territory of Arizona.
Q. J. Bolton, Register.
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DEALERS IN
GENERAI
MERCHANDISE
We wish to respectfully inform the
j'
public that we aro daily receiring
NEW SUPPLIES
AND
PROVISIONS
Our stock is fully assorted and wells!
el, consisting ol
DRYi GOODS,
FANCY GOODS,
Clotliin
LADIES' and GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS.
BENTS AND BOYS
HATS,
BOOTS
& SHOES.
Hardware,
WOODEN WARE
and W5LLOW-W ARE.
PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES,
Tobacco, Cigars, Foreign and Domef
tic Wines and Liquors,' Milwau
kee and St. Louis Beer.
The continuous increase of our trad
is sufficient guarantee that, the
public is fully convinced
our fair and honest
dealings.
of
GOODS ARE DELIVERED AT
DEPOT AND ALL "PARTS
OP THE TOWN FREE
OF CHARGE.
PANNED GOODS
OF ALL KINDS;
DRIED
and PRESER
VED FRUITS and '
JELLIES, SOjAPS; and .
CONFECTIONERY,-'.
Attached to our store wa hvm 4
lirst-class
Conducted by a No. 1 baker. Orde
proiuptly filled.
MEDICINES.
Second. Streets

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