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Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed- There is comfort in the lcnowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, wlii-di the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness, without debilitating the organs on which i t acts. 1 1 is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine article, which is manuf acturcd by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep utable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regulai', then laxa tives or other remedies are not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, then one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most kirgety used and gives most general satisfaction. lit Jkteaua J uttiwl J. W. DOKRDiGTOH, Proprietor. UMA- - . ARIZONA. SATURDAY, MAR 14, 1896 EC. DARE, NEWSPAPER AD- vertising Agent, 65 Merchant' Exchange. San Francisco, is our authorized agent.- This paper is kept on file in this office. H. E. CKTJR'JH. SEHYICE'S: Services at the Methodist Church every Sunday as follows: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.jmd 7 p. m. C. G. Belknap, Pap tor. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. For the seven days Ending Friday Mar. 13, 1896. Rel. Humid Tempiir'tiire o It irii;ip m Max. 6 75 $1 Min V '5 47 ft? Sff ' f1 48 Sit.urdav S i . i : H 1-1-1 vr Tf4ay W'rtnrdaj ... ThnrwJuv .... 2 rMar 27 -8 a 13 It u il 53 15 Whserrer. V. P. Weather Bureau. LOCAL NOTES, Chas. Baker, the meat msn of Gold Cross, spaiil a day iu town this week. Yellowstone and Castle Whiskies at the Ruby. When you come to town get one of Iaeger's smokers. Genuine turtle soup to night at the Ruby Cafe 0. F. Townsend returned Thurs lay from a visit of a few days to J.os Angeles. The Ruby has just received a barrel of genuine Bacnora Mescal direct from Baeanora, Mex. Paul M.irony received the pal news on the 8th instant of the deatli of his father in San Francisdo. Harry Neahr is building a four room cottage cn his lot near the Calhjlic Church,'on Main street. To Let. The best place in town for a Livery Stable. The "Old Yuma Ex change Corral." Apply to J. M. Molina, Yuma A. T. Dr. L. N. Moller paid Picacho a pro fessional visit Thursday. Senator Stephen W. Dorsey was quite ill at that mining camp. A. L. Taylor, has purchased the "Walter Millar pump to be worked on a placer claim which he and Mr. Fin ley own at Gila City. Ramon Ochoa left Wednesday for Picacho with several m-n !o do some contract work on Senator Dorsey's mines at that place. L. W. Bliiin, the millionaire lum berman of Los Angeles, spent a day here this week looking after his in terests. He left for Phoenix Monday. Mathew Pancrazi, nephew of Super visor A. Modesti, has nearly tinished a 3mall building on the northwest cor ner of Second street and Madison avenue which- he will open in-the near future with a full line of groceries. L. J. F. Iaeger, proprietor of The Place Saloon, leaves this evening on a visit to his mine in the ProvUeneia Mining District up the Coloralo river. He will let a contract to sink a 100 feet on the Golden Queen. shaft Befogevou try anything else for Ihn bloou take Simmons Liver Regulator. It is the best blood medicine because it is the-best liver remedy. If your liver is active and at work the blood will be the best. Simmons Liver Re gulator is the best Spring medicin. "I tell my friends if they want to en joy health and happiness they ought to take Simmons Liver Regulator.', Mrs. R"; "W. Smith, Mclutosh Bluff, Ala-. ' - A SAD AXD TERItlKLE EXDIXti. Hon. Thos. Gates Commits Suicide During a Temporary Attack of Insanity, Caused by Intense Suueriuar. Yesterday between the hours of 10 and 11 a. m. Hon. Tho. Gates, Super intendent of the Tenitorial prij-on, blew out hi brains "with a 41 calibre Colts revolver in the Superintendent's residence at the prison. A few minutes before he took his life Dr. Cotter, physician of the prison, visited him and left him for a few minutes to go through the prison hospital. On his return he found Mr. Gates dead in his private room, where he Ws in the habit of lying on a cot when fatigued during theday. When discovered he was on liia knees, one arm re.-ted on t he cot and the other across a trunk.and on the cot lay the mm whic.i had forever extinguished the spark of life. The bullet entered he right temple ami came out at the left temple and embedded itself in the wall opposite. Mr. Gates was in his sixty second year. A few weeks ago Mr. Gates had an operation performed for the piles and since then has been gradually sinking. He made his will a few days ago and gave all his private papers to Dr. Heflernan for safe, keeping with in structions should he die to send them to his relatives in Central Cali fornia. During his late illness he had suf fered intense pain and it is the general opinion that dining a moment's in sanity he took his life. On the 27th day of October, 18S7, in an attempted outbreak at the prison, Mr Gates was stabbed in the neck by a convict. Those who know him prior to the accident and who still reside here, say that he has never been the same man since and it is generally believed that the shock he received at that time has been the cause of his decline and ultimately his death. Solomon Gates, a brother livps at Shaudon, San Luis Obispo County Cal. He has been telegraphed but as yet has not been beard from. The re mains have been embalmed and will be taken to Los Angeles for interment along side of his wife who has been dead for many years when his brother is heard from. Mr. Gates had served a number of i years as S'ip.jnn!e t lent of the prison ! ami h.id proved him-elf to le one of l 1 ...... . i the most, economical and etheient !- i ficer i hat p- u il institution ever had. Bf low is the vetdict of the Coronei 'a Jury: To O H7 Will is, Justice of the Peare and Ex Officio Coroner of Yuma rrecinct: , We, the Jury duly empaneled and sworn to inquire into the death of Thomas Gates, do find: That, the name oifilie deceased was Thomas Gates. "That, he cinie to his death from a pistol shot wound inflicted by himself at his resilience on Prison Hill in Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, on Friday, March' 13, 1893, some time between h hours of 10 o'clock and llo'clo 'k in the foremoii of sai 1 d y O. F T )'.vni'n I, Foreman. W. H. Elliott, A. II. Livitt, Alex D. Berry, W. A. Werrenger, J. R. Cox, J. L. Redondo, J. H. Carpenter, F. G. Blais-d.-ll. Beware of Counterfeiters Who infest the market and are the means of robbing sick people of their mfmey, and what is of still greater con-equence of not unrr quently ag gravating the complaints under which they labor. It is an act of duty we owe to society to warn the people against these dangerous frauds. A little care on the part of the pur chaser will protect them from imposi tion by bearing in mind these facts Never bin where it is offered in bulk, (in kegs' or jugs) as the genuine Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters are sold only in bottles having the handsome steel plate label displaying the combat be tween St. George and the Dragon, and having at the bottom aminature note of hand for one cent, bearing a facsi mile of the signature of the president of the company. Over the cork is a metallic cap, on which is impressed the name of the article, together with a medallion head in tho center. Any person selling the counterfeit Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters wo shall not hesitate to bring to justice, as we never fail to convict. Peach Brandy and Honey; Scotch and Irish Whiskies always on hand at Iaegcr's. Win. S. Dunne, the propnetor of the Ruby Cafe, purchased the monster turtle brought up a few days ago' from the "Gulf of California and will com mence to serve it to his patrons this evening. A. J. O'Connor and Judge Richards of San Diego, paid the Picacho "Dis trict a visit this week returning home Wednesday. Both gentlemen are members of the Board of Dnectors of i its cures. There is no danger in the Gold Basin Mining and Milling' giving it to children for it contains Company organized a few months ago j nothing injurious. For sale at Cot to work in the above mining districts, tor's Drugstore. Two Old and Weil-Known Yumaites Cross the Dark and Silent River Ht'nry Koshlan 1, who lived here many years ago, died in 3 m Francis co on March 7th. Mr. Koshland was in the employ of Judge Frank for unrulier of years when he was doing a merchandise business lit"-re. Prior to that time in p irtnership with a bro tlier an extensive merchandising busi ness was carried on at Signal, an early day trading post up the Colorado river. The firm made an assignment and Mr. Koshland entered the employ of Judge Frank. He was a member of the A. O U. V. Lolge, but only about a month ago he was suspended on account of non-payment of dues. He is well and favorably remem bered by our pioneer residents. Henry Shumaker, an early day cit izen of Yuma, committed suicide by morphine last Wednesday in Phoenix. During his re-d lence here he was the proprietor of a first-class barber shop and done a fine business. In the early eighties he went to Phoenix and open ed a shop which later on was one of the finest tonsorial parlors in the Territory. Mr. Shumaker was a German about 41 years old, a quiet man who attend ed to his own business and had little to say to anybody. Our citizens who remember him speak of him in the most flattering praise ami are p lined to learn of his self destruction. Following is a note written by him prior to his death and which shows despondency was the cause of the rash act: "Please take me to Davis' under taking parlors. Please do not take me home, anil sive my wife and the babies all trouble. Please make sure not to bury me until I am dead. My life has been a complete failure Good bye wife, babies an 1 friends." H. Shumaker. How's This: We offer One Hundred Dollors Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chexev & Co. Props.," Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transa. tions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West. & Traux, Wholesale Druggists Toledo O., Waiding, Kintian & Marvin, Wholesale Diujigists Toledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the biood and mucous suriaees of the system Price, 75c. per. bottle. Sold Drrrg-gtts. Tetrt'Ui j ilrtAls tree: Iv all . . Throvgh Bine iirt and BonTders. Across the Colorado river at the foot 0j lhe ,,lnff where the ht(e pumn house of the Fort Yuma Indian School is located has beeil sunk a well ten feet square and thirty five deep through the hard blue dirt and boulders. One of the boulders was ten feet in thickness. E J. Ran, carpenter at the school has been employed for the past six weeks with several Indian ' assistants on the well. Several feet of water runs into the well in 21 hours but this is not sufficient to furnish the school with water and for irrigation purposes. Mr. Rau with the hopes of getting an underflow of water has tunneled to waid the Coloiado some 20 feet but as yet has not struck any strata ol gravel but feels sanguine that he will before the bed of the Colorado river is reached when he Will get water in abundance. He has done a nice piece of work on the well both in digging and casing and if his theory proves true he will have one of the best wells in this sec tion as well as the best water. Taken in Time Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved great success iu wa-ding off sickness which, it allowed to progress, would have undermined the whole system an. I given disease a strong foothold to cause much suffering and even threat en death. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done all this and even more. It h: s been taken in thousands of cases which were thought to be incurable, and after a fair trial has fleeted wonder ful cures, briug'iig health, strength and joy to the afflicted. Another im portant point about Hood's Sarsapa rilla is that its cures are permanent, because tliev start from the solid foundation of purified, vitalized and enriched blood. But it is not. what we say but what riood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the storv. The little daughter of Mr. Fred Webber, Hollaiid, Mass., had a very bad cough and cold which lie had not been able to cure with any thing. I gave, him a 25 cents- bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy, says W. P. j Holden, merchant and postmaster at West Brimfield, and the next, time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is intended es pecially for acute throat and lung diseases such as colds, croup and j whooping cough, and it is famous for SHOOTING AFFRAY. tfold Cross .inning Camp Adds An other Killing to Its List. At 10:30 o'clock Sunday night at the Gold Crrfs3 mining camp, Albert Boubion was shot by W. Serrano twice in the abdomen and died at G o'clock Tuesday morning. The shooting took place in Sam Wilson's restaurant we are informed by a bartender who was in Yuma the middle of the week. Serrano with three others were eat ing suppor in the restuarant when Boubion walked in and going over to the table where the party were sitting said to Serrano: I am a thief, am I," and at the same time caught up a large pitcher off the table and broke it over his head. Serrano rose up and at the same time pulled a revolver and shot Bour- bion as above related. His victim it is said was in the act of drawing a dirk when shot. It seems that a woman, an inmate of a house of ill-fame in the camp had been robbed of thirty-five dollars and Serrano had told that Boubion was the party who had robbed her. The-unfortunate young man was well-known here. Parents, sisters and brothers reside in Tucson and are said to be numbered among the best families in that citv. Coroner Johnson of San Diego ar rived at the camp We Inesday and held an inquest on the remains. The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty the eidence showinj that Serrano shot iu self defense. THE RUBY SALO0X AND CAFE Open to the Public Xight and Day. The "Ruby Ca'e" is the only all night restaurant in Yuma. Meals or lunches, consisting of the best the market a fiords Can be ordered at any hour of the night or daw Parties taking the night express East or West who may wish to take a lunch before storting on their long ride, will find the "Ruby Cafe" always open and their wants cateted to by a polite and ever attentive Caterer to the wants of the public tastes. The 'Ruby Sa loon," in connection, never closes and keeps in stock the finest' brands of imported cigars, whiskies and wines. It is the only place in town where you can secure a first class meai and a refreshing drink at the same time and resort, at any hour of. the night or day. Give us a call. Jack Dunne, Proprietor. Tom Smi h, a miner came in from Gold Cross Wednesday on a visit. Mis last visit here was during the great flood of 1891, when he was fore- l yij? 4in"& l- "t.vu viiuuune neroic I f t .t i i work in saving the NoNtdn residence, the piesenl bom i ic 'tn'ikel i 'ne liout' w.is u-rounding by sevei.i! feet of water and the mrzi were em ployed building an embaiiK..-nt of dirt to keep the water from react Ing the adobe walls. He expressed much surprise in the appearance of Yuma since that time. It will not cure everything. It is not claimed that it will cure hut one complaint, that is, dyspepsia. We cannot say that it will cure evety case of dyspepsia, hut it will cure a large majority of them. Such cases a:e adapted to its use will derive immed iate benefit. One small bottle will be sullicient to test it. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is especially adapted for emaciated or elderly people whose food does them but little or no good because it is not digested. The Cordial contains an artificially digested food and is a di gester of food happily combined. Read one of the little books which your druggist is now giving away and learu of this wonderful reniedv. A really palatabl Castor Oil can now be had under the name of L-xol. Messrs. Duncan, Davis and Wet more paid the Potholes a visit Sunday. Mr. Duncan owns, a promising mine there and has spent considerable money developing it. We understand that Mr. Wetmore and Mr. Davis have bonded it and will continue the de veloping of the mine. The party re turned the same evening. Wanted. Three hundred to 1,000 acres land fronting on the Colo rado River, California side preferred, low price and periect title main fea ture. Address, F. Ephr'aim Agent, Woonsockot Rubber Co., 1J 5 Battery St., San Frahci.-co, Cal. Miss Nellie Desmond returned to her home in Los Angeles on Wednes day's "flyer." She has been spending several weeks here visiting her sister, Mrs. C. D. Baker. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Pilflll Distinguished Arrivals. S. B. Morgan, President of the Picacho Gold Mine-? Company, and G. ChartierFrench Consul of". Den ver, Colorado, returned Tuesday af ternoon from a visit to Picacho of three davs Messrs. Morgan and Chai'tier ar rived here Sundav morning direct from the City of Denver, lion J. H Carpenter met them at ihe depot with a four-horse team and left im mediately for Pica'ho. On their ar rival there Senator Stephen W. Dorsey, Vice President of the Com pany met them and showed them the group of mines which he has 'nought and bonded for the Company. The group now comprises 30 mines, some ten of which have been consid erably developed in the last few months by the above Company under the supervision of Senator Dorsey. Mr. Chartier is a capitalists and is backed by mining men who have millions at their disposal. The object ol the visit Was to show Mr. Chartier the company's interests in this section and if the same proved satisfactory that he would interest himself and friends with the company and develop these' mines. He was very favorably impressed with the mines and Picacho will in the near have Oi.e of the largest mills erected on the Coast, not excepting Gold Cross. o & Threw Away His Canes. Mr. D. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black Creek, N. Y., was so badly aflicted with rheumatism that lie was only able to hoble around with canes, and even then it caused him great pain. After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm he was so much improved that he threw away his canes. He says this liniment did him more good than all other medicines and treatment put together. For sale at 50 cents per bottle at Cotter's Drugstore. Picacho Items. Very rich ore was struck Monday in the Golden Bell mine. This new find is on the same vein as Louis j Iar-ger's May Queen, and the Golden Dream mine. Senator Dorsey is sinking two new shafts on the Apache group of mines making ten shafts in all that are now being put down on the company's mines. The results thus far are very satisfactory. Judge C. B. Richards and Judge A. J. O'Connor were visitors here this week. They m-ide arrangements to open up and develop the mines of the Gold Basin mining c jmp&ny. The developing in the mines are !!::: -"-f--tnry fr those put ting in their money to open them up. Th'. min?) . y anil Finley are now run--ning a daily line between here and Yuma. A thing long needed and ap preciated by all who wish to visit the mines. Best of All To cleanse the system in a gentle and truly beneficial manner, when the Springtime comes, use the true and perfect remedy. Syrup of Figs. One bottle will answer. for all the "family and costs only 50 cents; the large size $1. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only, and for sile by all druggists. -e-8 Arizona Press Association. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the Arizona Press as sociation will be held in the city of Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday, March 23, 1896, at 10 o'clock a. m. A full attendance of members as well as editors and publishers who may desire to join the association is earnest ly requested. By Order of J. W. Dorrixgton, President. J. C. Martin, Secretary. Try a Manhattan Cocktail at the Ruby. Try Iaeger's Whiskey. Talks for its self. - S. Anderson is" in town fcotlay from Hedges. He will open a saloon at that camp next Monday. Are You One of those unhappy peo ple suffering with weak nerves? Re member that the nerves may be made strong by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which feeds them upon pure blood. Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner pill; assist digestion, prevent con stipation. 25c. R. R. Wheeler, wife and son arrived here the first of the week. Mr Wheeler left for the Buena Vista min ing district to chro'-o a site for Cap'. J. C. Beatty's ten stamp mill which i. now on the way. The mine is known as tbe"Dolenega"and is situated about 15 miles up the Colorado river. Joseph Carter, the cattleman of Algodonns was in town for a day this week. He is now stopping at Gold Cross. He is still trying to get his cattle off Mexican soil and feels san guine that he will be successful. We hope so, for he has been put iu prison for them, lost a great deal of time and. money and they are his "all" -and the accumulations of years of toil- Arizona Copper Company of Graham Comity. The annual report states that the reorganization of the conipmy having been completed during the year, the rearranged securities which have been issued now appear in tiie b dance sheet. The capital expenditure dur ing the year has been ad follow."-: Balance of outlay on new store build ing at Cluton, chargeable agam-t capital, $9,675 ; balance of outlay for new boilers, furnaces, fixtures for new store at Clifton, etc., $28,7i0; together, $38,390. Against which there has been realized for old scrap iron used, JB3.730: balance. $29,660, The free profits for the year are $236,070, and the net surplus for the year i3 $165,- 150. Out of this surplus the directors recommend thr.t a dividend on the preferred shares be declared for the year to September 30th, 1S95, of 60c. per sharc free of tax, absorb ng $93 915, and that the balance, $66,540, be carried forward. To account of this dividend 25c. per share, or 33,565, wa paid on August 6th, 1S95, and it is propo-ed that the bal ance of 35c. per share, or $59,315, be paid on February 20th. Engineering and Mining Jour nal. Prof. W. II. Storm, Agent of the State Mining Bureau has been making a thorough examination .of the Pica cho and the White Gold Basin, on the Colorado, 20 miles north of Yuma. Ho returned to town Thursday. He was well pleased with the outlook" at the mines. t?ov Over Fll'ty Tears Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It sooths tho child, softensthe gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhaea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," and take no other kind. Roll of Honor. Grammar Grade Roll of Honor. Isaac Gl 're, Alfredo Ramirez, Frank Ramirez, Artemisa Molina, J anie Ran, Jose Vanegas, John Gandolfo. Jennie Polhamus, GRADES FOURTH AND FIFTH. Luis Garcia, Edward Thurlow, Maggie de la Ossa, CarmelaMonroy, Lizzie Dyer, Dona Luce. Anna Denkhous. FIRST AND SECOND GRADES. Mary Barney, Tulita Tapia, Addie Ingalls, FIRST GRADE. icgiuia de U.Qsaa, Ygnaok Gomes,. Carmen Lor on a, Isaac Polhamus, Maedalena Ruiz. Cure tor Heataciie As a remedy for all forms of Headachs electric Bitters ha proved to 1)9 the very bttsr. f; ef?W t.-' a prm. .i ! . i--most d reader! habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who aie afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this reined v a fair trial. Iu -jases of nabitual constipation Electric Bitters cures' hy giv ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this n.ediciue Try it on-je. Fifty cents aud 1.00 at any Drut: Store. When yo i ask Joe for a Cigar get The Pride of Yuma, at Iaeger's. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Baker left this morning on a visit to Los Angeles. Chas. Riise went to Norton's Land ing Sunday on the steamer. If you want a fine drink call at the Ruby and ask Jack for Bacanora Mes cal. The Yuma City Band under the leadership of ProL Fscobar will give an evening musical concert in front of the pubiic school tomorrow evening Everybody is invited by the band to be present. The man wlio stands idly by and sees the life fading out of his wife's face, sees her health going-, sees her be coming old and faded and wrinkled when she should still be in the perfect enjoyment of vig orous, useful health, is either less than a man or else does not know of the one remedy which will bring her back to health and strength. Most women do not understand their own bodies, or the things that make them wU or sick. The most frequent cause of sick ness in women is the cause last looked for. A women will go to a doctor when she has a severe cold, or some acute digestive dis turbance, but she hesitates and procrasti nates wHeii the trouble is with the distinctly feminine organism. And yet the latter is infinitely more serious. It is the most seri ous sickness that any woman can have. It is the most dreadful the most dangerous. Its consequences are always serious, and serious right at the beginning because it is debilitating. It saps the life and strength and works on the nerves to such an extent that the whole body is disturbed. Appetite leaves, the color goes from the face and hollows sink into the cheeks. Irritability succeeds good temper and fretfulness takes the place of contentment. I.ittle by little life becomes more and more miserable. The woman is killing herself with neglect just as surely as if she were taking deadly poison. Perhaps her husband cannot per suade her to go to her doctor, because she naturally dreads the inevitable examina tions and "local treatments." He can per suade her, if she needs persuasion, to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This truly wonderful medicine has cured bun dieds of women after the best physicians have failed. It has been iu constant use and tested every day for 30 years. It isn't an experiment, there are no chances about it. It is a certain and infallible cure for all derangements peculiar to women. Those who care to know all about it, and to re ceive the best medical work ever prepared for the general public are invited to send 21 one-rnt stamps to cover cost of inailuir only auer receive a copy of Dr. Pierce's thousand page book, "Common Sense Med ical Adviser." Address World's Dispensary Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y. Anxiously watch declining health their daughters. So many are cut off by consumption in early years that there is real cause for anxiety. In the early stages, when not beyond the reach of medicine, Hood's Sarsa parilla will restore the quality and quantity of the blood and thus givd good health. Read the f olio wiug letter: "It is but just to write about my daughter Cora, aged 19. She wa3 com-' pletely run down, declining, had that tired feeling, and friends said she would not live over three months. She had a bad and nothing seemed to do her any good. I happened to read about Hood's Sarsapa rilla and had her give it a trial. From tho. very first dose she began to get better After taking a few bottles she was com pletely cured and her health has been the best ever since." Mrs. Addie Peck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. "I will say that my mother has not stated my case in as strong words as I would have done. Hood's Sarsaparilla has truly cared me and I am now well." Cora Peck, Amsterdam, N. Y; - Be sure to get Hood's, because Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mas3. u. ji tm-if are purely vegetable, re tlOOa S FlllS Uable and beneficiaL25c' Capt. John C. Beatty arrived hero the middle of the week from Denver, Colo. The Captain has purch ised a ten-stamp mill and expects the samo here in a few days for his mine up the, Colorado river. He left Thursday for Los Angeles. When you are in town, try Iaeger's Gin and wines. BucKon's Arnica salve The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts Bruises, Sored, Ulcers, iiheum, Fever Sorea Totter, Chapped Hinds, Chilbrains Cora and all Skin Eruptions, and positively euro Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteec". to give perfect satisfaction, or monay v- nnded. Price 25 cents per bnx. For Sale bv W.T. Gonder & Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Las Asoeles., ) Fob'y -i0, 1S90. ) Notice is hereby given that the following-namsd seller has filed notice of bis intention to raako final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Rogister and Roceiver at'. Los Angeles, Cal'.f, on April 2P, 1S33, viz. G adalupa Mirtinoz, Picacho, Calif.. Homestead Application No. 763i (or the Lst 1 Sjc. 15, Lota 14 2, Sjc 14. Mid lots 1 & 2. Sec. fi, tp. 13 S, R, 32 E. 3. B M lie names the following witoeafe to jwore his cont aaous s residence upon and cultiTrffetan of laid, viz: Maiasrto Villa, of Los Angeles, Calif; BkcWo Tuft-go, of Hedge; William Swat. orVfeMo$ B. 7. A'fca, of Pfaucbo. T. J. BOLTOIC, FOR SALE OS BEST. Four-acre town block improved under ditch; four-room house; two anu hair" acres of alfalfa; three hundred' choice tabie grapes; 20 fruit trees, variety of small fruits; two wells of good water and garden land. Inquire of B. A. Harasztht. M. D. LUC-Ey ASSAYER, MINING ENGINEER AMD METAALLORAGIST. Working tests made by Amalgama-' tion, Lixiviiition, Chlorination or Cyanide Processes. MAIN STEEET, YUMA. H. HAoTLEE, DEALER IK I. Home Bakery in Connecthrn. MAIN STREET. NEAR SECOND PIONEER LIVERY FEED & SALE'STABLE, FIRST ST., BET. MAIN ST.' AND MADISON AVE., ' DAN DEVOEE, Proprietor. Carnages, Buggies, Horses and Teams furnished to order. Ala'o careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished. 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