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iMiiiiiiiMnrirwnnrmMiinTiiirTinwiimrirni iiii mi lumihjiuh iiniim- " 1 . ..j.yi.iii... ..... r. , n i,mr fi.iiii I kiiuiji i i.j mm" ' " ' nihu in Vimf mm jjaunujut. i i rnnrm-m inn i i n -r-ufci1 ..'i wi rn i'i ; n I1 hip dh VOL. XXY. YUM.A, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MABCH 14, 1896. NUMBER 17. TH! ARIZONA SENTINEL, tJJLeE EVERY SATURDAY AT Yy ma, Arizona, BY jr. W. lRRlKGTOi?. Pro3. SUBSCRIPTION. Six months CI 50 S CO AOtERTISING RATES iadc known on application, idtkcsi, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma. Arizona. TiJin nanrri s kept on file at E. C THIS PAPER Dake's Advertising isency, 64 'and 65 Merchants Exchange Francisco, California where contracts for advertising can be made for it. tirritohiaIj omcuns L. C. HUGHES 7.7... ..C. M. BRUCE ,7.7..... C P. LI ETCH FRANK J. HENEY .7... 0. A. VANNING P. J. COLE (JOVBRSOR....- 8scretart Auditor ATTORET GE5ERAL.... SERTXTOR GEXERAL JtEABCRtB lVSTM'rTIOS.. F. J. NETIIERTON 8KI.orr.-"-" MURPHY Deles atb to Coxoress u"p" 8 VIZ. TWRITORIAI. PR1S0X TUOJIAS TDCSOS LASD orFICE. EUGENE J. TRIPPEb. ....E. R MONK. JLB8IBTXR '31CWVIR cccxtt officers. ....A. C. BAKER PISTRICI JUDGE OifiRK or District Court C. H. BUINLEY SurtRvissRS J'GANDOLFO, and a. JiOUmii. CLTRK or BOARD OF SCPEWI6CES... M. L .P?S?1XK JODOB & SOFT. SCHOOLS, -vXtfAF ffiK TAX Col'r axd Assessor. -M. GKEhNLEAT OxDER-Siir.Rirr SAMUEL PUltDY District-Attcrxut a g 1XGALLS Treasurer M t POOL Recorder 6 k'toWNSND Survetor r ' v. HOLLER Cocxtt PnvsiciAx Ll- ruEcixcT officers. GEO. A. BUM. aj;d . W.O. WILLIS. v F. L. EWIU, fcB"5.of Yuebool Dis.F. FREDLEY and 1 ED. MAYES, Jjo&i StitM Custom Ilouso J Deputy Collector citt ornczRs, F. S. INGALLS xloyor fkei rrrrxrv, M. S fEEol--. KANK UKI) !fDO. W. W. WOODUAS. itr Attorney... Itj- Bcrdr--. AsMor TrMnfM' WICHTMiN. ... .4. NEAHR. " I.LEVr "... RCBT. HATCH HiMbM SULKS OF POST OFFICE. Th office i epen from 7 A HV f. , Kwt-bowwl mail closes at . . . vV,t-lKnd mail closes at . 7:5-J Moaey Order and Postal Note depart cWs at 6 p. m. aeily. ptoj Satnrdays, when it close at S P. Money Ord.r or Postal Notes issued Son- M.aiifrom Parker, iShrcaberg and Silver District leaves Ynma Mondays ana Thui days at 7 A. M.t and arrives here Tuesdays ftnd Saturdays. very Tuesday evening at So clock. sit ngbretheren in good stand are united o attend. Yours m C. H. ana U D. Mclntyro. M. " -F. B. WiRhtmau, R. C. A. R- 4 J C. Fremont Port, No. 9, meets the Second and Ut Monday of each vnontl, CC&, Ge0' der S. SEXSMITH, M. D., Anrmv TV 1VTRHT3IAS HOUbb, uriivu - to RB3T Atecoe Na Thikd Street. ASTERS ON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, t Ytjm. Ariz. Cotter Building. -OULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW T$n nti.r.P.R ill CCli Courts- . TtTTRfinO BUILDING, PHOENIX, " " ArIA. M OLLER.L. N.1I.D. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, ARIZONA. YUMA, P DEDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. r . Arizona. "Yuma. - - XT NIGHT, GEO. M., iTTORNEY-AT LAW AND f?OTARY PUBLIC. (Office next door to Post Office. ) Akizosa. OKA, H, G. DAVIS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW . YUMA, A. T. AilTiROWNT W.O. HUSON. BROWN & HUSON. ATTORNEYS- AT-D AW. ROOM SIX, COTTER R11ILDIN3 WING, 1?- L., Notary rur.Lic. YUMA, Arizoka -JTOTARY.PUBLIO, JAMES H. KINSLER. Can be fcund at the office oi the Sesttnel SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMMENCING Monday, Nov. 3, 1895. TRAlfJS WILL LEAVE YUMA as tollows: 7mAfA. M. (DAILY) Mixed ili Train for Gila Bend, Tucson, Deming, El Paso, and all way stations. O A fa A. M. (DAILY) "PACIFIC Qudbli EXPRESS" for Colton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. 1Q4Q P P. M. Wednesday .and A o i e J Saturday Sunset Limited for Colton, Los Angeles, etc.. etc. 1H f " P. M. (DAILY) "NEW l:DO OK LEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, "Deming, El Paso, New Orleans and East via the "Sunset Route." HI Cf M- Wednesday and 1I!U" Sunday Sunset Limited for Tucson. Benson, Lordsburg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans aud East. Overland Tickets Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Sccurefl AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental Routes Furnished on Application. Parties can arrange to join tne WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with W. H. DRESSER, Agent. Depot. . - - Yuma T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, JOE GUN, Prop, main street. Iii connection with the Place Saloon. Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c, served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. Fish and game in season. Bread, cake and pies for Bale. Icecream every day. Lunches put up to order. Meals at all hours, day and night. Private rooms for ladies. ORDINANCE NO. 54. Ari Ordinance providing for the registra tion of doirs. kent in the Village of Yuma, andtlxing fees Uierefor, and for the punish - raent of offender and to prevent UOf?3 noi registered running at large, ami to impound and destroy tliem if unr.'sistered. . Be it onlained l;,' th-J M.tyor and Com mon Counoil of t!i? Vilia-e ot Yuma, Ari zona Territory, as follows. .Section L. That no person shall keep a dog in said village after such dog has readied the age of six weeks, unless said person shall comply with the lollowing regulations. The owner keeper, or harborer of any dog, shall cause the name of the owner, with the name and description of the dog, to be registered with the Recorder of sai(f village, in a book to be kept by him for that purpose, arid shall pay each year to said Recorder, before anj dog is regis tered, a registration fee of $1.03 for each male dog, and $1.50 for each female dog. and shall be kept on the neck of each dog so registered, a suitable metalio or leather collar with a metalio check or tag, to be furnished by the village, and the number and year of registry to be distinctly marked thereon, and for such service the said Re corder shall receive a fee of 25 cents per dog, to be deducted from the tax collected. The Recorder shall keep a suitable book for the registry of dogs, and upon payment to him of the fee aforesaid, he shall register the dogs upon which such fee is paid. Any person owning, keeping, or harboring any dog, in said village in violation of the pro visions of this section sha.ll, upon convic tion thereof in the Recorder's Court, be subject to a line of $3.00 (five dollars) and costs. Sec. 2. That all registration of dog?, as provided in Section 1 of this Ordinance, shall expire on the 1st day of April, 1337, and each and every year theraa.ter, after the registration of such dog. Sec. 3. It shall bi unlawful for any per son to permit his or her dog to run afc large in miblic places, in said village, at any time, without nrovidmg such sucti aogwitn a registered collar, ds provided in Section 1 of this Ordinance. Sec. 4. The Marshal shall capture all dogs found running at large in any public place in said village, not having a registered collar in compliance with Section 1 of this Ordinance, and place them in a pound to be provided for that purpose, and it Uie owner does not appear in 48 hours after such impounding, and claim and register at once, such dog or dogs, then the Marshal hall kill and burv the same, and he shall be allowed such compensation for each dog so killed and buried, as the Mavor and Common Council may fix. Provided, that this section, shall not apply to dogs not owned or harbored in said village, unless found running at large without any master or owner. It shall be the duty of the village Recorder to report and pay over to the vil lage Treasurer, all moneys collected by him for registration fees, monthly, together with the number or numbers of tags issued by him duriifg such month, he taking the Treasurer's receipt therefor, and reporting such receipts to said Mayor and Common Council at each Regular meeting. SC. 5. All Ordinances and parts of Ordi nances in conflict with this "Ordinance arc hereby repeal eih Sec. 0. 'This Ordinance shall take effect, and be in force from and .after its passage and its publication according to law. Passed and approved this 21st day of February, 1S9G. Attest: R- J- Duncan, Mayor of the Village of Yuma. J. H. Carpenter, Wlagc Recorder. C0MPAm ORDINANCE NO. 52. t SrSfel H ORDINANCE NO. 52. An Ordinance creating certain offices in the Village of Yuma, and deiining the compensation of the officials, etc. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Com- I mon Council of the Village of Yuma, Ari- I zona Territory. Section 1. The odices of village Marshal, village Attorney, village Assessor, village Treasurer, village Recoder, and village Sur veyor, of the Village of Yuma, Arizona Territory, are hereby created. Sec. 2. The village Marshal, village As sessor, village Treasurer, and village Sur veyor, shall be elected by a vote of tiie qualified electors of said village, at the general election held in said village for municipal offices, on the first Tuesday in January in each and every year hereafter, at such place or places as the Mayor and Common Council of said village shall desig nate and direct. And all other offices shall be tilled by the persons designated to till the same by said Mayor aiid Common Council. The terms of office of the Marshal, Treas urer, Assessor, Attorney, Recorder, and Surveyor, of said village, shall be-one year, and until their successors are elected, or appointed and qualified. The office of Health Officer aiid Street Commissioner is hereby created; and the village Marshal shall be ex-ofhcio, Health Oflicer, Street Commissioner and License Collector. Sec. 3. The Mayor and Common Council shall receive no compensation for their services; the village Recorder shall receive for his services such compensation as the Mayor and Common Council shall desig nate and direct; the village Attorney shall receive for his services such compensation as said Mayor and Common Council shall by resolution designate and direct ; the vil lage Assessor shall receive such compensa tion for his service's as said Mayor and Com mon Council shall by resolution designate and direct; the village Surveyor shall receive for his services such compensation as said Mayor aiid Common Council shall designate and direct; the village Treas-. nrer shall receive for his services such com pensation as the Mayor and Common Coun cil shall by resolution or otherwise designate and direct. The village Marshal shall re ceive for his services tli'e sum of 25 per cent, of each and every license so collected by him, as a full compensation for so col lecting. He shall at each regular meeting of the council present his monthly state ment, showing the licenses he has col'ioaed for the previous month, from whom, as J the amount thereof, and shad pay over to i the Treasurer the amount co.'lecteu less his said fees abov e stated. He shall also receive for his services as Peace Oflicer, of said vil lage, and for any special services he may do by order of srid Mayor and Common Council such compensation as ifc may by resolution direct. Sec. 4. All Ordinances tod part of Ordi nances in conflict wirh this Ordinance are hereby repealed. Sec. 5. This Ordinanct shall tale t-u' r and be in force from and a'"ter its p.is.-u.j.' and its publication according to law. .Passed and approved this 21st day of February, ISS)G. Attest: R. 3. Duncan, Mayor of the Village of Yuma. J. H. C-AlfPENTER, "Village Recorder. ORDINANCE NO. 53. An Ordinance creating a Recorder's Court for the Village of Yuma, Arizona Terri tory. Be it ordained by the Mayor and the Common Council of the Village of Yuma, Arizona Territory. Suction 1. A Recorder's Court is hereby created for the said Village of Yuma, and the Recorder of said village is hereby ap pointed, bv and with the approval of the Mayor of said village, Judge of said Court ; and said Recorder is hereby authorized and empowered to inquire into, and hear and determine, aiid try and dispose of all of fences committed within the limits of said Village of Yuma against any of its by-laws, ordinances, and regulations that are duly passed by said Mayor and Common Council of said village; and to punish the offender or offenders, as prescribed by such by-law, ordinance and regulation, provided, how ever, that any person charged with violating any of said by-laws, ordinances, aiid regu lations, may have a trial by jury as pro vided by law. Sec. 2. The said Recorder shall within ten days after his appointment, to said of fice of Judge of said Court, give bond, and shall qualify in same manner as required by law of Justices of Peace, and shall be entitled to the same emoluments as are allowed Justices of the Peace for similar services.' Sec. 3. The marshal of said villasre is hereby made and appointed the Constable of said Court, and he is hereby empowered and auuiorizea to serve any process issued by said Court, or by the Judge thereof; and he shall perform all such services as may be required by said Court or the Judge thereof, and he shall be entitled fo the same fees as Constables of the County of Yuma, Arizona Territory, are entitled to for similar services, and he shall be entitled to the same fees, privileges, and emoluments, and subject to the same liabilities as said Constables are, in the discharge of similar duties; and he shall give bond, and qualify in same man ner as required by law, of Constables. Sec. 4. 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Wilder Steamship j Company runs a line of steamers from Honolulu to Hilo which there con nect with a stage. This stage takes one to the Volcano House, about three miles from the crater. On Dec. 10, I boarded the Kinau, a steamer of the Wilder line, for Hilo.' The next morning we were at one of the ports on the northern part of the island called Wahumacoua, where there was a large sugar plantation for which our ship was bringing some heavy machinery. As the vessel was anchored half a mile from shore, the transportation of that ponderous ma chinery to land was an interesting sisjht. Two of the boats were lowered and lashed together with topes and heavy beams of timber. Then the great iron rollers and cylinders werfe let down by means of a steam derrick and placed on the two boats, which were then rowed ashore by the native sailors. The water in this bav is so clear that we could see pebbles on the bot-' . . , t c , re. . e . i torn at the depth of forty or fiftv feet 0 , , t ,. , . , Schools of fish, some weighing twenty to thirty pounds, could be seen swim ming about the ship. The natives on board cast over hooks and caught one fine large fellow. When the cargo for this port had been all taken ashore, we continued our voyage down the coast of the great island which, with its miles of stone fences and brown earth, seemed : a barren waste. But as we proceeded the scene changed. Huts and mills in abundance, with green pastures, cane fields, and forests succeeded bar ren wastes. Then soon, as we steam ed along the shore, the snow-capped peak of Mauna Kea arose be fore our vision, in strong contrast with the tropical sun and summer breeze that fanned our cheeks. During the afternoon we passed the landing call- d Panilo, where Min ister Steven's daughter, an estimable young lady, was drowned. Miss Stevens had been visiting some friends at this place and was taking j the vessel for Honolulu when the beat, which was conveying her to the ship was overturned by the surf and she was drowned iu fifty feet of water. A native sailor afterward dived to the bottom and recovered her body, We arrived at Hilo at about eight in the evening, and going ashore I w. s taken in a hack to the Hilo Hotel kept by a Portuguese named Joseph Vierra. From here to the Volcano House one goes over a fairly good road thro igh the Puna district in a stage, which makes the trip every other da)'. - On the morning of December 14th we boarded the stage and left Hilo. In the suburbs we halted to pick up a Japanese woman who was going up the road, and at the bridge beyond Hilo we took a native man and an empty goods box on board. Then the four horses with the stage swept down the road, through a lane with rich" cane fields on either side. After a few miles the cane fields disappeared, and we plunged into vast forests of ahia wood mingled with which wil 1 coffee was growing. Occasionally we passed a narrow path leading into the dense jungle, and whenever one glanced down it, the shanty of a Japaneie miglil have been seen snugly hidden away like a ground bird's nest. The stage carried tlio mail, and I was surprised at the mann r i i which i his was distributed by the driver. At every path along the way he gave a blast on his stage hoin, and threw oft' a letter or paper. Sometimes j doctors, rlis son had lung trouble, follow there was a po-st-box at the roadside, ing -Typhoid Malaria, and he spent three and as we whi.led by the stage driver , h'"lred and seventy-five dollars with doc- deftly dropped into it the mail for the own 2r of the plantation. 1 One'practise in Hawaii might leach a valuable lesson to the United States, and that is the employment of con vict labor on public roads. Hawaii j.a- -onu' 'f i'tr i.est a iil Mime of the thn w. "ld SVm Highest of all in Leavening tuns are due to conucts working out on January 5, but far down into its their fihes or years of penal ser.itude, hollow depths the fnint glow of fires wliich is certainly more proli table or heated clones could be seen while than hiring them out to a corpora the rumbling of subterranean thun tion. If a man violates the law,-, it ders reached our ears. The fires wero make no difference whether he com- il thousand feet below us and almost mils a misdemeanor or a felonv, he t , , must serve the spunkv little repub ic . . - - by digging on the road At 4 o'clock the Volcano House, Mr'. Peter Lee, proprietor, was reach ed. One has all the evidences of the near proximity of a volcano on ap proaching the house. Steam was issuing from the seams in the lava crusted earth along the ro.idside, and when we gained the higher ground we could see for miles about us There were a thousand fissuie3 in the earth from which hot steam aud smoke were issuing, while far off .to the west the smoke from the eternal fires of Kilauea gave it the appearance of Dore's paintings of Dante's Inferno. Below the Volcano Ho ise, not three hundred pace3 r.w .y are vast sulphur banks from which issues vapor in a continuous stream. Mr. Lee, the proprietor, has built a bath house, and conveys the sulphur vapor to it, the healing properties of which he declares are unequalcd. The Volcano House is a large, com modious country inn, with accom modations equal to such places in tie United States. It is a great pleasure Alve.y uy invalids. Altho it would seem that one could almost stand on its porch . l anu in row a stone into me crater, id is three miles away. My guide, whose name was Albert, was a strange mixture of nationalities. He was born in Japan ; his mother was a native of the Gilbert Islands, and his fa her a Frenchman. He had been reared in California and was only temporarily in Hawaii. Tho very intelligent fellow, he was unable to solve the problem of his nationali ty. I tried to, but soon gave it up. Mounting my horse in the court in front of the house we began the de- scent. By a zigzag course we wound our way down the cliff into the first crater, which is over three miles across, our path somtimcs leading along the side of the cliff, and the projecting rocks almost grazing our knees as we passed. We gained the ! second plain or great crater at last. This plain is covered with dark lava plains which iu the distance looks like a congealed quagmire Once upon this plain we entered a path made ac.oss the lava. In places ferns were growing out from the seams in the crust. As we pressed on over the chasm-riven surface we came upon a wider, deeper crack spanned by a bridge. There is a stoiy connected with this chasm, the guide said. One dav a nartv of tourists left the Volcano House and went to see the crater, which was the crater which was then active. While they were there the island was convulsed with an earthquake. Mr. Lee, fear ing some harm had befallen his guests, ran to the lava flow to find this awful chasm from thirty to fifty deep. He was very much alarmed for his guests until he saw them com ing across the lava flow. The had scarcely felt the earthquake at all, but they had to go about a mile above to cross the chasm. Half a mile from the Lake of Fire, as the second crater is called, we came upon a small corral made of lava, in which we left tho horses, and, armed with stout sticks, proceeded over the plain of hard, glaring lava, through the seams of which sulphurous steam constantly hissed. At last we gained the side of the lake. The crater was inactive, and had been so for a year since Mr. Musjck's visit, this volcano has been in eruption. According to the news paper reports, the fiow of lava began Your Boy Wont Live a Month. So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 3i Mill St., South Gardner, Mass., was told by the "P " I Dr. King's New Discovery and a few bot tles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work .a perfectly well man. He says he'owes his present good health to use nf Dr. Kinjr' mvv !wovrrv, a"u V;'v.'s it ti Letht .' . i:i hc world r'ui lung of'troV - . T-nl TW-hs prv W T Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 4 iud'n hy dense clouds of sulphurouS smoKe. i'rom the fissures of stono nn t-ua ii - . . :UUo on. ttie tide, (he quivering air boro evidences of heat, There the suide: I liI.,,teci his P'Pe h-v the re of ths vutoj.uu, anu x mrusi, my walking staff afewinches inti the apperture. Tho the stick was of green wood, in a' few moments it was ablaze; the heat was so intense that one could not re main long at this place. Continued. Our people are growing mors and more in the habit of looking to Cotters Drugstore for the latest and best of everything in the drug line.. They sell Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy, famous for its cures oi bad colds, crouri and whooping cough. When in need of such a medicine give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleas ed with the result. PROPOSALS FOR COUNTY PLIES. SUP- Bids are invited by the Board of Snpervi-ws of Yuma County, A. T.t for the following county supplies to be furnished the county tor the year beginning April 1st, 1896 and ending Marqh 31st, 1897, as follows, to-wit: COUNTY PRINTING. To printing the proceedings of tho Board of Supervisors. Delinquent Tax List. Grand Jury Reports. t Sheriff's and Treasurer's reports. And all other publications required by law, to be paid for by the county' JOB WORK. One original assessment roll. One delinquent tax roll.,, Tax receipts per one hundred . Poll tax receipts per one hundred.' Licenses receipts per one hundred.' Warrant book per one hundred. Official envelopes printed per thous and. Letter envelopes printed per thous and. Letter heads per thousand. Assesor's blanks per one hundred. One duplicate assessment roll. COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES. To furnish all medicine and medi- cat attendance to sick when necessary. To attend Coroner's inquest, to per form surgical operations and to at tend the examinations of iuiaue per sons. BOARDING OF COUNTY PRISONERS. To furnish two meals per day at the county jail to each prisoner confined therein and and how much per meal.' BURYING COUNTY DEAD. Mii3t specify how much for thG total burial expenses for each person: INDIGENT SICK. To be furnished with food, clothing,' lodging, nursing and how much per day for each person. CARE OF DEPENDENT POOR. To be furnished with food, clothing" and lodging and how much per day for each person. , , Transportation of insane to insane asylum. ALL OTHER SUPPLIES. Brogan shoes per pair. Gray blankets, 6 pounds per pair; Common soap per pound. Mcsquit wood per cord. Coal Oil per 5 gallon can. Choloride of fime per pound. White lead per pound. & Lime per barrel, . r Whithewash brushes, 7 inch, per one-half dozen. Matches per dozen packages. Lamp chimneys assorted per dozen. . Feather dusters, 20 inch, per one sixth dozen. Galvanized iron water-buckets per dozen. Jail cell locks per one-half dozen. Handcuff's per pair. Leg irons per pair. Brooms per dozen. Candles per box. Lamp wicks per gross. . Galvanized cell buckets per dozen. Pens per gross. Copying ink per one fourth dozen bottles. i Carmine ink per one-fourth dozen bottles. Arnold's ink per one fourth dozen . botles. .Rubber band assorted per box. m Lead pencils per gross. Pen holders per gross. Blotting pails per gross. Steel erasers per one-half dozen. Ilubber eras rs per one-half dozen.. Mucilage per one-half dozen bat tles. Inkstands per one half dozen. Red tape per roll. Paper L. C. per ream. Paper F. C. per ream. 4 Bids will be received until Monday," March 23rd, 1S at 10 o'ylock a. m. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By ordpr of the Board of Supervis- 1 ui i una county, A. T. ' M. L. Pool, Clerk of said Board,' A. T, Feb.9th.lR93 hour OI mo oay.