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"TOFTW A ."A-RIZON A, SATUSBAY, APRIL 18, L890. NUMBER. 22., THE miM'h SENTINEL', su RT.rs FfRI) EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY f. XV. DORBIKGTON, Prop. SUBSCRIPTION. Six months One Year $1 80 3 00 ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. THIS PAFtK Dake's Advertising 'Acency, 04 and 65 Merchants Exchange, San Francisco, California, -a here contracts tor advertising can be made for it. OFFICIAL DIKECTORV. TEREITORlAIi OFFICERS. ..L. C. HUGHES goverxok.. Secretart ArDITOR Attorxet General Surveyor General Treasurer Suit, er Pcblic Instruction.. t delegate to Congress C. M.BR WE CP. LIETCH '.FRANK J. HENEY ....C. A. MANNING p. J. COLE . .F. J. NETHE5VTQN N. O. MURPHY ....THOMAS GATES 3 upt. Territorial Prison. TCCSOX fcAXD OFFICE. ...EUGENE J.TRIPPEL. "" E. R MONK wnvTT OFFICERS. reoister, Receiver, A. C. BAKER fi vait of District Court Clerk of u 1IAKASCTHY Chairman J Supervisors fGANDOLFO, and A. MODEST'. 'm. or Board Z F&.S .PROHWE -TUDOR '"aC"sor .M.GREENLEAF Submff.TaxColrandAsbeor.. s H0IHsES USDKR-SIIERIFF c; V.'l'ET, IMTRPY Pist-utt- ttcrnt.t F g HfGAbLS Treasurer ' t.. POO'. Recorder '" o Y TOWNSND Survetor L" j. MOLLER CotTSTT Putsiciav PRECINCT 07FICERS. 1 GEO. A. DUKE Justices of tho Peace A?:o W.O. WILLIS. v F. L EWING, IF FiJEDLEY and Trustees of Yuma School Dis. I. LEVY ! ) ED. MAYES. tjaitsJ States Custoni-House j- Deputy Collector CITV OFFICERS, .... F. S. INGALLS Mayor Gouncilmen ;f kt.tnrnev. j FI5ED FEDLEY, 1 J. M.SPEESE. f FKANK 'JED NDO J W. W. WOODMAN, V CI. H17SON .F.B. WIGHTMJN. ....J. NEAHR. ... .. .I.LEVY . .IV BT. HA. ft' II C itv Recorder. Assessor Traasarwr Uarctel OF POST OFFICE. The office is opn from 7 a. m. to 7 P. dailv. undavs from 7:00 to b:OU A. and 6 00 U. 7:00 p.m. ..-,..!..,.! .na.il closeb at . . . .-:2Ur. mail cloHCS at . . 7:00 P o,l Postal Note de e parts' anillt" vmi ...... ment closes at 6 P. M. aauy, Satnrdays, when it closes at S P. M. ro Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun- d MSailfrom Parker, Ehrcnberg and Silver District leaves Yuma-Mondays and Thurs days it 7 a. m., and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays p LOGAN, P.M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O U W. meeU very Tuesday evening at 8 p clock. , Visit ng brethercn in good standl.. are invtcd o attend. V''M W D. Mclntyrc. M. Y. r F. B, Wifilrtnian, R. C. A. R. 1-1 P.mnnf PnRt. NO. 9. meets the ,-econd and Last Monday of each month Geo. H. Field, C C.Stowe Commander Adjutant. Tyr ASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ootter Building. Yuma, Ariz. T ULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-L AW . Practices w all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Ofiice in UOO 4, TUIBODO BUSLDING, PHOENIX, " " ARIZ. -ROLLER, L. N. II. D. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, YUMA, - - " ARIZONA. pURDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. , ... Arizona. Y uina. - TONIGHT, GEO. .St., "TORNEY-AT LAW AND NOTARY TUBL1C, (Office next door to Post Office. ) Yuma, : : 5 'Arizona. G. DAVIS. v r ATTORN EY-AT-L A W . YUM A, A. T; CHAS. L. BROWN. ,W- O- HUSON. BROWN & HUSOM. ATTORNEYS- AT- D A W, ROOM SIX, COTTER BUILDING WING, F. L., NOTARY PUELIC: Ye ma, Arizona. -XTOTARY PUBLIC. JAM-- H. . l Sf SOUTHERN PACIFIC COKPAM. COMMENCING Suji&ay, March 22, 1896. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA as follows: 7.irA. M. (DAILY) Mixed ,ZJ Train for Gila Bend, Tucson. Deming, El Paso, and all way stations. 3 A f A. M. (DAILY) "PACIFIC TtV EXPRESS" for Colton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara,.. Son Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. IO.O P- M "rday Onlv A , i Sunset Limited for Col ton, Los Anpelea. etc.. etc. n.&X?' M- (DAILY) "NEW ;DO OK LEANS EXPRESS.'.' for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Deming. HI Paso, New Orleans and East via the "Sunset Route." -j - ."ik ll. M. Wednesday Only JL JLIVV Sunset Limit-d for Tuc son. Benson, Loi dsburg, Deming, El Paso, New Orleans aud East. Overland Tickets. Sold, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Information Regarding Transcontinental Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arrange to join the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with W. H. DRESSER, Agent. Depot. - - - Yuma T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. & IKE, MSHES MID WATER RIGHTS. 2 I make a specialty of Lsnd, Mining and 9 g Water RJBhttewvFu-nih Land ScriDai d Q 2 SiateLieuasisfftr selecting Public Lai.d on ea;-y terms and low figures. Advice by q 5 Write for terro son "Siate-Licu." 1 : H.VV. DUNCASS, At:, at Law, dO0G3 315IaKisliStfHt,U:trc5!ES1W. 0890 Janies Milton, SHEET IROW WORKER. have now a complete line of Imrd v?.re. Oool-ing 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. 0 Blacksmith and Wagon Shop on ain street- OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with ' his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. H. HA (LEE, DE.VLER IN 71 GRO SERIES. Horn? Saksry in CennsGtion. MAIN STREET, NEAR SECOND PIONEER LIVERY FEEDS' SALE STABLE, FIRST ST. j BET. MAIN ST. AND MADISON AVE., . DAN DEVORE, Proprietor. Carriages,, Buggies. Horses and Teams furnished to order. r Also careful drivers when desirfd. Hay and grain for sale. Stable rooni furnished. Charges Reasonable. ffm. & P. HODGES, Proprietors. WHOLESALE aud RETAIL Dealers in -. -i FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, ' ';-- . POP K " "'i ff A.USA (tES. ARTICLES OF IXCORPORATIOX j of the NORTH AMERICAN MTER CO. Know all men by these pro?ent;,TIat we the undersigned, Casper M. Sanger. Frederick Homer, A. W. Poole,. Edward Dexter and Frank M. Phelps, desiring to incorporate ourselves under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, for ..t he ipiirposo of engaging in the busitiess hereinafter speci fied, do make, sign, adopt, acknowledge and publish these Articles of Incorporation. ARTICLE 1. The names of the persons hereby associat ing themselves together for the purpo.se aforesaid are Casper M. Sanger, Frederick Homer. A. W. Poole, Edwajd Dexter aud Frame M. Plrelps. - The name of the coporation hereby form ed is the NORTH AMERICAN NITER COMPANY. The principal place for the transaction of its business shall be in Yuma, in the Coun ty of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, with an executive, business, Branch and transfer office at San Francisco, State of California, with a transfer ofiice at Chicago, State of Illinois, and a business and tranfer office in the City of New York, State of New York; and that the Hoard of Directors' nifty hold regular and special meetings in said Citv of San Francisco, and, with the unanimous con.-ent of the Board of Directors, may hold regular Und special .meetings of said Board in the City of New York; with the further privilege of acquiring mines, real and per sonal property, erecting and maintaining its plants, arid transacting its business, and operating niter mines in any part of the United States; and dealing in niter and the products and by-products, thereof as stated in this, and in Article II hereof. ARTICLE II. The general nature of the business pro- prised.to be transacted by this corporation istoengagein a general mining business for niter, in the various States and Terri tories of the United States, and to deal in, refine and sell niter, and all its products and by-products, and to acquire, sell, lease and improve niter mining claims, real and personal property, water and water rights, and to erect, construct, purchase, operate, sell and lease all machinery, miils, works, and plants, .necessary, and requisite for the ruining and refining, transportation and selling of niter, and all its products and by products, and to purchase, own and hold, and to sell shares, of stock in other corpora tio?)S. To have perpetual succession; to sue and be sued by its corporate name; to have a common seal, and alter the same at pleasure; to prescribe the mode of making ii'iolfjv .i si.ar- - ,r vtt-re.-ts of'it ttocl-- ioider; to make omtracts to aitquire und ' transfer nronertv. nossessinsr thp s.u.ip 1 powers n such duals now vw'y make ttti niies ; pedienl for hi- private tndhi- , ! est n'.:;. lid it'ri !:t . not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of the United-States and of the Terri tory of Arizona, jas provided by section 233 of Revised Statutes of Arizona. article nr. The amount of the Capital-Stock, of the corporation shall be ten million (10,000,000) dollars, divided into one hundred thousand (100,000) shares of the par value of one hundred (100) dollars each, and shall be non-assessable, and be issued as fully paid tip, and the several incorporators' hereof each do hereby subscribe to one share each of stock respectively. ARTICLE IV. The time of the cmi.nenccment of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Yuma, Ter ritory of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five, years there after, with the power to renew the period of extension not greater than twenty-live years upon the vote ot three-fourths of the capital stock at any regular meeting called and held for that purpose. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this C-rp)ration shall be managed Htul conducted by, and shall be vested -in a B ard of Directors consisting of five, persons, to be elected by and from the stockholders of this corporation on the first Monday of February in each and every year, at a meeting of this corporation to be hehl at Yuma. Yuma County, Arizona; provided the following named stockholders shall r-crve as the Hoard of Directors until the regular election in February, 13)7, and until fieir s ie.-ei rs ars e.'ectjd an 1 q :a i fied, viz: C ispjr M. .Sine., F.vdjrn:k Homer, A. W. l'oole, K hvar i Dexter, and j Frank M. Phelps, and, provided further, that in tha event of a vacancy in the B ard of Directors- before any annual meeting, j said vacancy may be filled by a majority of ' the remaining members of the Board of Directors then in office. And it is furthur provided that three members of the Board of Directors shall constitute iu quorum for the transaction of business, and that any meeting of the B ard of Directors, at which three Directors, or more, shall be present, shall be a legal meeting either with on without notice to themselves, or the other members. ARTICLE VI. The highest indebtedness, direct or in direct, to which this corporation shall at any tine be subject, shall not'exceed a bond ed indebtedness oi three hundred thousand (300,000) dollars, and a floating mdebtedm-ss of two hundred thousand (205,000) dollars.. AR'ITCLK VII The private' property of the stockholders shall be exempt from the debts of this cor poration, and no individual liability of stockholders shall exist for corporate debts. ARTICLE VIII. The Board of Directors shall have power to establish by-laws, name and d isignate the officers of the company;, and make at' necessary rules and regulations as may be by them deemed expedient for the manage ment of this c rp.)ration, not inconsistent with the lart-s of the United States, and the laws of the Territory of. Arizona; and 'to enter into nll c mrracts allowed by, or per- Casper M. Sanger, FREDERICK IlOM-R, At-ozo W Poole, Edward Dexter,' fsask m. piielp3, (Seal.) (Seal ) (SejU,.) (Seal.) (Seal.) State of California, ) City and County of Sah Francisco, f Before, me Mirk Line, a Notary Public dp arid for the City and County of San Fran cisco, State of California, on this twelfth dav of February, 1833, personally aDDearerl Casper M. Sanger, Frederick' Homer, A. W PooIe.Edward Dexter, and Frank M. Phelps personally known to me to he the persons whose names are subscribed to the fore going instrument, and they acknowledged to me that they executed the sanie for the purpose and consideration therein t ex pressed. - (Giveivunder my Hand ami stiiil " of office, this twelfth day of February A. D 1893. Seal. Mark Lane. Ndtary. Public in and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of Cali fornia. Territory of Arizona, 1 County o: Yuma, " T, M. L. Pool, County Recorder in and for the County of Yuma, Territory of Ari- j zona. do hereby certify that tho foregoing i'S a trne. fllU antl correct copy of the Articles, of Incorporation, of the "North American Niter Company," as appears of : rocord'in tlie office of the County Recorder i 01 nm oy a' territory, in uook une ot i,0!Kis aim agreements at page-wi. et seq In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and atlixed my official seal, this 2nd day of March A. D., 1S93. Seal. M. L. Pool. County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona Territory. THE BEST m is Simmons Liver Regulator don't forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish during the Winter, just like "all nature, and the system becomes choked up by the aLCiimulnted waste, whirh hrintr? nn Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheurria- Ibn. You want to wake i.r your Liver nov, but be sure you take SIMMONS LIVER. REGULATOR to do it. It also r.'vbt"-, i ). T ketr- m p-operlyat l, r.rk, : . 1 :.; tree from Y j iict TMJt BEST 'BLOOOu'hen yi'f svsfam is in A1 condition, and t!;a will only be when the Liver is kept active. Try a Liver Remedy once and note the difference. But take only SIMMONS Liver Regulator it is Simmons Liver Regulator which makes the difference, l ake it in powder or in liquid already prepared, or make a tea of the powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every package. Look for it. J. 3S. Zeilin & Go., Philadelphia, Pa. The Fountain of Life Dimness of Til on.Hpo s before thee.ve. losor Siecp, loss of Circulars OF rigor, rOitles- nes., all give wnr to o:ear il?lit.torest, to strength, whea-.you eso the f HUD YAK FREE. GREAT HU'DYAN Hnaynn sto r the prpin.ituri con 1 Hon of tho hoa.v. Ilnvdan cures ceriiu oivCh of lost man hoo 1. II ii Ivan cur s nervous debility, ncrvoils iiuss. cmision. FESB S5-Circulars asul Tostiuioniala. Stockton, .Market and Ellis S.reets, ... . . Bah Francisco, Cai. .. . Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, , GUftS, Prop. MAIN STREET; In connection with the Place Saloon. Meals 25c , 35c. and 50c., .served at, .all hours of the day and night. Biai 1 per week, $5. Fish and game in season. Bread, cake and i-jies for sale. Tee cream- every dav. Lunches nut up to order hours, day and rooms for ladies. Meals at all night. Private '.AirTED: Several trustworthy sentlemc'n o"r adie.i to travel in Arizona for e?tab- lfrheJ, tillable house. Salary SSO -and expenses. Steadj- posiiion. Enclose reference and self ad dressed stamped envelope. The "-Dominion Com pany, Third Floor, Oaiaha .Building, Chicago, 111. ilk of thing S you CO,, their Signed. Signed. 'Signed. Signed. Signed. ggyREGULATO&P Jm i J MiM. .mm I I . Iti . i ill 11 , 1.1 ri PROCEEDINGS OF THE territorial board of Control FOR THE QUARTER ENDIKG MARCH 31ST, 1833. Office of the Superintendent, Arizona Territorial Prison. Yuma7 A; T-, Mar. 31, 196) To the Honorable Board of Control, Gentlemen: Upon assuming the position .of Superintendent, I . proceeded to familiarize myself with the duties incumbent on my ofiice, and through the courtesy of my sub ordinates I .have been enabled to render a report in full for the quar ter ending March 31st, 1896. In connection with this report yon will also find the quarterly re ports of the. Assistant Superintend ent and Physician, list of prisoners entitled to discharre during the quarter ending June 30th, 1896, labor rolls and statement of cloth ing issued during the present quarter. There were in confinement at the clo?e of last quarter, December 31st, 1896, 179 male and two fe male prisoners; there were received by commitment from the Terri torial Courts during the quarter 17 making a total confined of 19S. The discharges during the quar ter were as follows: By pardon to restore to citizen ship'. 13 By parole 1 By transfer to Insane Asylum. . 1 Dy expiration of ten ten ce- 12 lotai There remain on . . . 27 con- hand in tinr-menf March ls?, 1896, 169! The gross total of expenditures for the quarter, were $10,001.31, the gross, expense per diem $109.95, and the gross per capita per diem, $.639. As credits against these expend itures are the following: Received from the United States for, the maintenance of United States prisoners during quarter ending Dec 31st. 1895. . .8708 00 Proceeds of sale of hogs . . . 34.65 " ': Adobes. 62.50 " " u Prison shoes ib.50 Proceeds of sale of blue dirt 6.70 Deduction on sales of pris oners manufactures 39.82 Total 6S62.17 The total of these receipts de ducted from the gross expenditures leaves the net expenditures $9,139. 14, the net per diem $100.43, and the net per capita per diem, $ .584; the average attendance for the quarter being 172. I have forwarded to the Terri torial Treasurer the sum of $862. 17 of this, the sum of $708.00 was received from the United States, for the maintenance of United States prisoner? during quarter ending December 3 lt, 1S96; and the balance being the amount of the collections made on behalf of the prison for the sale of hogs, adobes. Blue dirt, prison shoes and the deductions on the sales of pris oners manufactures. ESCAPE. During the past quarter three, prisoners escaped from the prison farm: On February 27lh, convict -No. 1084, Francisco Gondura, received August 17th, 1895, from Coconino county, for the term of 16 months for. burglary in the- second degree, escaped while at work on the pi is j on farm; hi absence was shortly j detected and pursuit immediately fallowed, ho was tracked to a point about four and one-half miles from Yuma, known as the "Marcus Ranch" where he ' rec .tp'.ii!'; and returned to the prison after being at liberty about three hours, j r On Maich 20th, N. ')': Adrian Bruneth, Highest of all in Leavening BSUTE1.Y POPE Pima County March 31st, 1894, ff;r the term of two years and six months fon grand larceny, and No. 1050, Juan Alguin, received April 1895 from Yuma County, fur two years for the crime of burglary, escaped from the farm while em ployed in hauling wood with the prison team. As soon as. the es cape was detected, the trail " was taken np and. ihey were followed to a point on the line of the South ern Pacific railway, known as Re dondo Wells, about forty miles from. Yuma, where they were re captured on March 22nd, and re turned to the prison. In connec tion herewith I would recommend that all good time earned- by these men to-date be-forfeited by an or der from the Board. INSANE CONVICT. For several months prior to Feb ruary 3rd, convict No 98 J. J . Curley exhibited symptoms of. in sanity; accordance with the law an examination was made on that day and he was adjudged insane by Probate Judge A. Frank -and. comT mited -to the Insane Asylum at Phoenix. DISCIPLINE. On the night of February 10th, a futile attempt to escape-was . made by convict No. 830, John Clay by sawing off the swivel bar which connects the latch .to the cell-door in whicli he was confined. He emerged into the west corridor and then proceeded to demolish the lock on the two doors which com- mnnteaie wun tns mair this he accomplished eurriuor, without trouble, and gained entrance there to 1 in '..! v harrier now between him and freedom of f.he prison yavd was the door which connects with the passage known as the kitchen corridor, from this he removed the lock and gained trle-dibei'ty of- the prison yard. The attention of the night guard was, however, at this juncture attracted, and he was im mediately recaptured and placed in solitars confinement. It will be remembered in this connection that on seyeralprevions occasions similar attempts were made by this man and only through tbe prompt action of the officers and guards were his'plaus fruatrat ed. a ... ' 'With thio one exception I am pleased to be able to report that the general discipline of the inmate3 has ben jrood. CIIIZKKS CLOTHING. We have recently commenced the manufacture of citizens cloth-! ing and underwear to be furnished prisoners on their discharge; it has oeen uemonstratcd, that a savinj of one dollar and fifty cents can be ; effected on the former by utilizing . i.i i i . , prison lauor 10 maKe tnem; a si - -ing of One Dollar can be made un a suit of undei wear and an over shirt. KEPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS. The electric light plant which has recently been installed An -the new :building erected has been in readiness for use for .some time, but owing to :the non-arrival of the armature for the Dynamo, we have been unable as yet to provide our own light. The armature is expected to arrive , daily and as soon as it is received it will, bo but the work of a few hours to place it in position, after which we will be able to supply the Prison with its own electricity. The room formerly used as a shoe and tailor shop has been en tirely remodled ,and furnished with p.ew.duors and windows, a cement floor was also laid therein: A large bake-oven has been constructed m this room which will afford a great saving in labor, as the old oven was inadequate to meet the'require- c- of the rapidly increasing i p-'p' i -tion of tho Prison. Th? partition between the old and bath-hou3o hae been )wn and the two rooma com- Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Reoori lewder bined in one, for future use as a kitchen in which a new John'iyTan Steam Range has been installed. The ro m for nerlv used as a kit- chen has been adjoined to the din ing room for the purpose of enlarg ing it, as it was too small to acr commodate the inmates at one sit ting. : New tables and, -bsnehes w.ere made by Prison labor and the walls painted and caicimined throughout. v During the last three 'months & force of about 8 men have been constantly employed cutting wood on the Prison Farm land',' and cords are now piled on the Prison grounds ready for use. I am persuaded that this departure will be a material factor in dimin-r ishing the expsnses of the -Prison, inasmuch as when -the electfic light system is inaugurated it will re quire a considerable amount of wood to furnish steam for tlie plant, .tins supply can be had from the Prison, land at a great saving to the Terri tory. ; ' The Superintendent's office ha3' been renovated throughout, the walls caicimined the wood-worb painted and the furniture re vara ished. The floor has also beeri covered with linoleum. .- Twenty-five new bee hives were made, painted and placed in posi tion; recently the Southern Pacific Co. commenced,, filling in at the bank of the Colorado river near the bridge, at which p:irrt th- j Prison sewer emptier, to protect j o,ie of the abutments that support the structure from inundation, this mce-witat-d th, iengthing of tho seVer 32 feet, which will afford A better outlet for same in the future. Work has been commenced 'on the erection of a new steam pump ing plant on the Prison Farm for irrigating purposes; a 25 horsa power Horizontal Boiler, and '-a? four inch discharge steam pump have been purchased and are being placed in the station, which will be complete and in running .order in a lew days. This plant will fur nish an ample supply of water to irrigate all of the land now ..under; cultivation, and in addition to this, any more of the Farm acreage which may be deemed advisable to cultivate in the future. With compliments of the season, I am, Very respectfully yoursj M. F. Shaw; -7 ' Superintendent'. Coftdensetl Testimony. Cites. B. Boodk Broker and Manufac turer's Agent, Colhmba', Ohio,' certilie that Dr. KiitarV Svvr Diarrrw.-rv ha nn eqa s a t'ongu remedy. J. D. Bwwa, rrop 6 Jame Ji..tel, Ft. Wyw tin. t.-s:rie tit ( w jis r t or a V,h oi . . 3 t-..i-j .-t in.liiiL' '.uk"I by La Grippe, ly ir. Ivrnij's Me.v Disco. ery. B. F. Me. rill, lialdwiasville. M-iss., says that he has ised aud recommended it and never knew it to fail and voaid rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 2oth St., Chicago,. always keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup, because it instantly relieves. Free trials bottles at any drugstorei Typographical Errors. Every- column in a newspaper contains from ten to twenty thous and distinct pieces of metal, the displacement of one of which would cause a blunder or a typographical error. -And-yet some- people think; it strange when they can find an error in a newspaper. Wheu they see a word with a wrong letter in' it or a misplaced one they are sure they could have spelled, the word- right, and they are happy for a whole day and go around telling . how the editor made a mistake. " iOHOOL NOTICE.' Notice is hereby given that the regular quarterly meeting of the Board of Connty School Examiners for the purpose of exam ining applicants for teacher's certificates', ivill be held at tlie Public School Hbuso 'oa " Monday, May 4tk, 1896, at 9 o'clock a. a. A. FRANK, Probate Judge, and Ex-Oi5cio Superintend en fc of Public Schools, Yuma Cointy Arizona.