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OFFTCfACCOUMTY PAPER. SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1896. tiftxr of Icrnpnperi Tf entecrfert order tto dtecontamiaBee ol news papers, "so publishers may conttnua to send them Kntll all arrearages ore paid. If Bubscribcra refuse or negket to take their news miners from the o.V.ce to which they aro sent, they arc held responsible until thev have settled the hills and ordered them discontinued. If subscribers move to other places without in forming the publisher, and the newspapers are sent to the former pUee of residence they are then re tponsibln . Ln Fiesta commences next week Tuesday in Los Angeles. The rail road has reduced tbo fare for the round trip to $U 35. There will be quite a large delegation go from Yuma. The Levy, Gandolfo and Dorrington party will leave Monday and return Satur day. J. H. Yesaell, a brakeman on the S. P. Railroad, between here and Los Angeles, called at the office Monday and subscribed to the Sentinel for a mining man in Los Los Angeles. He tav8 the Colorado river -of tlie-- GIOLB&f CROSS MIXING COMPANY. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. Heahqdarteks ) mnsucAK Tjwwtorial Ckstrai. Committbe, Paconx, Aeizxoa, March 1 , "TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ARIZONA: A delegate convention of ths Ropublican Party of the Territory of Arizona is hereby called to assemble In the City of Phoenix, Arizona, at 10 o'clock a. m. on Wednesday, April 29th, 1896. for-the-purpose: I. The selection of six delegates to the National Republican Convention t be held in the City of St. Louis, Missouri, on June 16, 1SS6; and the selection of an alternate for each thereof., II. The nomination of a candidate for delegate to Congress. Provided, however, that if the con vention shall deem it inexpedient to nominate a candidate at this time, then said convention shall determine a date forsuch nomination, and the man Tier in which the same shall be made. III. The selection of a Territorial Central Com mittee. IV. The transaction of such other business as may properly come before said convention. The basis of representation in this Convention trill be one delegate for every fifty votes; and one delegate for caeh fraction of fifty, over 25 cast for ".-Hon. N. O. Murphy for Delegate to Con;;rcs at rne Novembor election ofJE94. The representation of the several counties will therefore be as follows: . i.. 5 AiKUd ...............-- . Cochise Coconino Gila 'Graham "llaricopa Mohave ; ......' Navajo., r-. Pima Pinal Yavapai -Yuma... countr' is drawing a great deal of at tention in that city just now. Know all men by these presents: That we, the undersigned, have this day voluri-1 tarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona, and we hereby certify: Fibst. That the names of the incorpora tors of said corporation are George G. Mullins, Thomas S. Fuller, E. C. Fuller, C. L. Hedges and W. V. Hedges; and the name of said corporation is and shall be the j Golden Cross Mining Company; and that mineral tj,e piaCe where its principal business is to BRICK BUILDING, FOOT OF P3A1N ST. Yuma Lumber Co be transacted, iu the Territory of Arizona, shall be Yuma, in the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, and in California in Air. (Jnaa. Jiaicer, tne Hedges meat the cit of jg Angeles, County of Los man, arrived in town Thursdav and Angeles, State of California returned the same dav with nine roll- Second.--That the general nature of the o- fnh cfPPrs tW lio nnr1i.iPrl frmn DUSiness proposeu u. ueuuiiaicieuia. --ww.w f - -lit ., ....1,1 nA ntl.r i,PD.wM ... . . ,r . aim mining iui i" v--i"- Vvm.& Ed. Hodges of the uma Meat meta,S buying and 8eiKng and dealing in Market. While here he made arrange- mines buying and selling and dealing in ments with the boys to supply his ores and precious metals of every kind, market with alfalfa fattened cattle and and milling and reducing ores and precious 0i r wQ,iM. i, J metals so as to extract the gold and other 1 MRlIUlM im-mio v..v....u..., J tne uest or Deer. a a mining mid milliner Prof. S. G. Lozanno will give in- business in ores and precious metals of all structions on the piano, guitar and Kinas R.,T,i Pmf Tnnnn mhim vpw Third. That the amount ot tne capnai 1 ' ' J I ... i. II.:.. n..nt;,, cl.nll lw fpn mil- highly recommended as leader of the Uon (j00000o.oo) dol ore divided into one band in Fort Lawrence, Indiana he imdred thousand (100,000) shares of tlit was also leader of the Military band par value of one hundred ($100.00) dollars in Phoenix previous to his comint! each, and same be paid in at the times ana here and is at the present time leader " the conditions required by th Board of of the Philharmonic Silver Band. "mw3n- RniTRTir.- -That the time ot the commence- Few people know that all plants mpn(. ort,.5f! cmoration shall be the day on contain digestive principle. They L hich the Articles of Incorporation are CJiunot absorb their tood until it fiied for record in the office of the County digested -any more ttian animals Can I oo- nr vmn. cnimt.v. Tprntorv of I'lie Mount Leuanon blinkers Have Arizona, and the termination thereof shall learned cue art oi uxirauuiig ami be at t,re expiration of twenty live (25) utilizing uiese nigesuve principles, years from th6 date Qf commencement. I)EALEIS I3f NORTON'S TO THE. La Fortuna IVimB LEAVES BLAISDELLi S.fR., Monday, Wednesday and Friday LEAVES LA FORTUNA EVERY Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday LEAVES BLAISDELL AND LA FORTUNA MINE at 7 :30 o'clock a. m. 1 IJJliJLIfJii: SASH 300RS AKD BLINDS, CEMENT AND LIUE, WftOUOHT-IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS. KAA,a,a F. L. EWING, Manager. YumA, A.T. auuiico) ' alace Barber Shop llliiif SLT1.CL illlll 1111 I ii 249 North Main Street, Los Angelee, California. Centrally Located; First-Glass Dining Rooms Attached; Mtes from $135 to $2.00 per day. Rates for Riooms, without meals, for one -person, 50c, 75c. and $1. WB KNTERTAIK OH BOTH TliK AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. w W. E. BrownisG Chief Clerk. v IN TEE MQBESTI BLOCK filain Street. SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND SHAMPOOING Done in Firat-class Style and to the Queen's Taste. HOT AND COLD E3ATHS, fi. N. HAINEs Proprietor. ecs Ksstauranf and it is for this reason that their Shaker Digestive Cordial is meeting with such phenomenal success in the treatment of dvspepsia. The Shaker Digestive Cordial not only contains food already digested, but it also con- ains digestive principles which aid the digestion of other foods that may he eaten with it. A single 10 cent 'Total number of delegates 112 It Ii ordered that proxies in this convention shall held only by regula ly elected d. legates from the respective counties, to said convention. It is ordered that the credentials of delegates shall consist of the btatement that the following peisois (nammar them) have been duly e ected delegates to the territorial convention, and this statement shall be dated and signed by the chair man and secret ry ot the countv convention. A full attendance at this convention of not only the delegates but of representative Kepubhcans, is earnestly desired. . . By order of the Republican Territorial Central 'Committee. . JOS. II. KIBBEY, Chairman, R. L. Loko, Secretary. i i ii ...:n u . ,n . poration is at any time to subject ltseh shall ueM Ul ur 5 IS: not exceed two hundred and fifty thousand supply it. Laxol is the best medicine for chil- exempt from all the debts of the corpora- dren. Doctors recommend it iu place tion. In witness wherof, we have hereunto sci oar hands and seals on this the fourth day I The Phoenix Republican "Dubs'' Yuma as the "Graveyard of Journalism." At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in Prescott last week our old time friend of the Mesa Free Press was elected Grand Master for the ensuing yea The Republican Territorial Con vention will meet in Phoenix on Wednesday, April 29th, for the pur noe of electing six delegates to at tend the National Republican Con vention to be held in St. Louis on June 16, 1896 Tucson Citizen says: Yuma is flaying in big luck. It has three weekly papers and now two dailies are needed to fill a long felt want It strike us, however, that one or "the other must go the wall before many moons peep over the horizon It is better to support one good paper properly than starve three to death. ALTHE E MODEST I Fifth. That the officers and persons by whom the atl'airs oi this corporation are to be conducted are to be live (5) Directors; and the times at which they are to be elect ed shall be on the third Tuesday in March of each and every year, including thd cur rent vear of 1893. Sixth. That the highest amoun t of in debtedness or liabi ities to Which the. cor- -THE Seventh. That the private property of the incorporators and stockholders is to be of Castor Oil To The Public Having been fortu na te in securing the services of Mr John L. Balsz, a first class butcher, who is now associated with us in the. meat business, are now prepared to furnish our customers and the pub lie generally, with fat tender meats clrillfnllt rnf WT'a ra nonr sl'iiicriifnr-I Qto rt PnlifYirmfi 1 mor nrnno -i fsi 1 Fa Fntt.PiiPrl nnt.f. P trnm wraiiiy oi o.ui u.vav. i Phoenix. Give us a call. Wm. & Ed Hodges Of March, iSi)3. George It. w ullins, oeai. j Thomas S. Fuller, Seal. E. 0. Fuller, Seal. C-. L. Hedges, Seal. W. V. Hedges, Seal. piQMEERy ERCANTILE OF YUMA CUNTY, Corner of First rxxcL Main Steets WHOLESALE Dealer in GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS, TTTOT HAY. urtAli,i jxw " BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC. Fresh and Firsi-Class goods, and Price? as low as any Store in Town-Give me a Call. ALTHEE MODEST! - - - - YUMA, A. T. AND Family Bakery ! Tables are sivvvlied with Best the Market Affords Charley Ybuh, PROPRIETOR. MAIN STREET, YUMA; A. T. DEALERS IN I GENERAL P MERCHANDISE We wish ta respectfully inform fck public that ve are dailvrccoivkig JEW SUPPLIES mm -AKD PEOTISIONS Ouratock ii' fully assorted and wlls cl.cousutmg ot DRY I GOODS, On this 6th day of March, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety six, Card of Thanks-. Phoenix Gazette says: Yuma county held a contesting conven tion yesterday and the Republicans from the banks of the Colorado will come to Phoenix on April 29, in two sr-ctions, euch clamoring for admission. The above is erroneous. Tht uc lwn nr, rnn vfiition held, and ike Republican party is united. Donald Mclntyre received a letter from the relatives of the late David Donald Wilson, from Chicago this week, thanking liim for the kindness lie had rendered the deceased during his short stay among us and request ed him to publish the following card of thanks: We are desirous of returning to the citizens of Yuma our most sincere and heartfelt thanks for the many favors and courtesies rendered our beloved brother during his last illness in your midst. Mrs. David Maney, David Maney, Sr., David Maney, Jr. Bucken's Arnica salvo The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Chilbrains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles or no pay required. It is guarranteec to give perfect satisfaction, or tntiney ve unded. Price 25 cents per bx. For Sale bv W.T. Gouder & Co. before mo, Will H. flolcomb, County Clerk pwf;0SravhiC Co. has removed to 11 TOSt &t., OCT and ex-officio Clerk of the Superior uourr in and for said County, personally appeared Keamii & ixTaiVt JlVC-, O. J2 . The Leading Photographers 6f the Pacific Coas names are subscribed to and who executed Largest and beat equipped Photographic Gal lory on the America! the annexed instrument, and acknowledged M h r to me that thev executed the same for the puprposes and consideration therein ex- pressed. In witness wherof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, at niv office in the County of San Diego, the day and year in this certificate first abvve written. rSeal. ) Will H. Holcomb. County Glerk and ex-officio Clerk ot said Superior Court. By Clyde W. Mitchell, Deputy. continent. The letest improved appliances ior piuuuuug the finest work by the instantaneous process. The only Gallery in the World making the Celebrated Iridium Photographs (or Photographs incoloriand at prices nearly ah cheap as the ordinary Photograph. The perfection of theie Pictures is simply marvelous. The visitor is amply repaid by calling ahd inspecting this beau- tiful work. Pictures enlarged in Crayon. Indian Ink and Water Colors at moderate prices. OU NEW ICE FIOST. The hew ice establishment cn XT in s1 ri-- L -lH ' '! ! ' r-n'-'JM '-"fd by t'e y ': ' t-evera! r- A- i Tn the first place it inaugurates competition which enables past consumers to have cheaper ice It ha? fixed a rate for its product that will allow families to have this most necessary summer lux nry, without too great a strain up on the domestic purse. When there was no competition, the rate was so reat that the consumptioi of ice was confined to the saloon almost exclusively. Even the sick- as a rule, were deprived of the de sired cooling drinks and apprecia tions3 owing to the excessive price asked for ice. There is another fact that should be taken into consideration. In the manufacture ot ice here it is npcessarv to emnlov a number of persons about the1 premises, and in outting the requisite- wood to ru the machinery. 1 he money paid to these persons will be distributed in the town, and benefit a numbe For all these reasons consumers of ice should patronize the new venture, and th-us insure its per- Shot. A man by the name of John Strauss was shot last Wednesday morning on n outgoing passenger train at tile S. Hotel in the back and is now lying .it the hospital. The Doctors believe he will recover. He informs us that with Feveral other men he jumped on to the blind .baggage car of the passenger as the tra n was pulling out and that a man told him to get off. Not obeying the officer opened fire with the above results. Ihe un fortunate man d es not know who his assailant was and up to the present time he has not been identified. State of. California, County of Sdri Diego, j On this sixth day of March, in the year, one thousand eight hundred and ninety six before me, Will H. Holcomb, County Clerk', and ex-officio Clerk of the Superior Court in and for said County, personally appeared E. C. Fuller, the wife of Thomas S. Fuller known to me to be a subscriher to and who executed the annexed instrument and having been examined by me privily and apart from her husband, and having the same ful y explained to her, she the said E C. Fuller acknowledged such instrument to be her act and deed and declared that she had willingly signed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expriss- ed and that she did not wish to retract it. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, at my office in the County of San Dieiro, the day and year in this certificate first above written. (.Seal.) WiMiH.Hoi.co.MB; County Clerk arid ex-ufficio Clerk of said Superior Court. Bv Clyde W. Mitchell, Deputy. DRY GOODS m For Over Filly Years BROADWAY, OPP. CITY HUl TELEPHONE 904 LOS ANGELES, CAL. City Meat Market. DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Retal Dealer in BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. HVE.xa. Street, 7uaxiAP THE GEM, C. V. MEEDENi PROP,, Main street. Clioico WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic branch. NEATLr y-arn 1 wtTi od :m Rooms (or the accomodation of the public EVERYTHING in every respect and POFITLAR PRICES. FANCY GOODS, LADIES' and GENT'S FtJRNfSUING GOODS. GENTS AND BOYS HATS; BOOTS & SHOES Mrs. Window'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 the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrbaea. 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 "Mrd. Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," arid take no other kind. State of California, 1 ss County of Los Angeles. ( Before nie, George Pomero'y, a -Notary Public in and for theCour.ty.of Los Angeies, State of California on this dxy persm.Uly Riiiiaare.l (iu ir 'e G. .Mullins C. L. Ha.Irfe-, and W. V. Hedges, known to nie to be the persons whose names are suusorioeu to tne foregoing instrunie.it. and thev each re spectiveiv acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted the same for t ie purposes and con sideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this the oth uay oi jiarcn, i: v., xyu. (SeaU Gso'iuiE Pouehoy, Notary Public in and for the County of Los Angeles, State 01 Uahtorma. Mass Meeting. A mass meeting of the Republicans r v,.,,i ffinntv is hnrebv culled CO i UH. -J ! nasnmhle in Yuma at 7 :dU o'clock p n Thursday, April 27th, for the pur pose of selecting thr-e delegates to the Territorial Convention to con . ?n Phoenix. A. T. Amil 29th, said Territorial Conventioi ?ix delegates to tbe'Eepul s tional Convention to' be h Louis, Mo., June 16th, 1896 J.W. Doeri :. Chair. Co. C E. F. Sakouxkbxti, Secre DESERT LAxVI), FINAL PKOOE. NOTICE FOR rtfBLICATIOV. U.nitkd' Status LandOfficx, ) Tik-soh, Arizona, .April, 13, 1S90. f Notice is hereby given that Nettie G Blaisdell, SsiiL'ned oi James Kyle oi Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona has Hied riotice of intention to make proof on her desert-laud claim No. 1773, lor the W. 1 of N.W. 1 and W. h of S.W. J, Sec. 34, Tp. S S., It 23 W. G. & S.- R. M., before the Clerk of the District Ponrf, at Yuma. Yuma Couuty, Arizona, on Satur day, the 23 day of Mar, 1S90. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: rjh'ufles C. Stowe, Uassiui M Smith, iranic ii wing ana Charles E. Maynard, all of Yuma, Yunra County, Arizona. Eugene J. TmrrEi., Register NOTICE TO VOTERS. At a meeting ot the Hoard of Supervisors of the County of Yumi, Territory of Arizona, held on tho 13th day of April. 1S96, the following resolution was adopted, all membera voting aye. ... tnat a re-registration of the voters : . Yuma is hereby ordered and the .. . - , . i Is directed to publish a notice of tion in the Arizosa Sestisel, !hed in the Village of Yuma for .jur month proceeding tho next i.: re-re;; -litiwspaptr r not !:; thm M. L. Pool, CUrk of suid Bofcri 1 MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT g To insure prompt replies to requests for goods or samples, state H clearly your requirements. All orders filled the same day as received, I Sole Agents for DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOL UNDERWEAR uaiimjiiiiii i i iiTUi umijy iimiii i nil h in bb imia giiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiilllUHIlllllUl NEW BAKERY East Side of Main Street, MRS. Y. BOXW, Prop. . YUMA, ARIZONA.. MEALS FROM M CENTS. UP TO $15.00. Meals at All Hours of the Day. MAIN STREET, IN SANGUINETTI BUILDING MAIN STREET. MEALS ANY HOUR OF THE DAY Private Rooms for Ladies. HE U. S. CHAN6E G, M, THURLOW.'PKOP., MADISON AVENUE YUMA Keeps always on hand the choicest brands o WINES. LIQUORS A'ND 0IGARS 1UBY SALOON JACK DUNIME, prop. CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD RCUIWto. FINEST BRANDS O uyuuits The only saloon in town where you can sit beneath the orancnes of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade,- beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. GrlB IVES jflL OATiTi. MAIN STREET. YUMA; ARIZ. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Office at Los Angeles., ) Fob'y 29, 1S93. f Natice is herebr given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Register and Usceiver at Los Angeles. Calif, on April 20,- 1S96, viz. Guadalupe Martinez, Picacho, Calif.-, Homestead Application No. 7S35 for tho tot i, Sec. 15. Lot3 1 & 2, Sec, 14. and lots 1 &2. Sec. 23, tp. 13 S, It, 22 E. S. B. M Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous s residence upon and cultivation ot said land, viz: Mamcrto Villa, of Los Angeles, Calif; Bartolo Verdugo, of Hedges; William Swain, of Picacho; D. K. Allen, of Picacho. T. J. BOLTON, Register: WANTED: Several trusworthy gentlemen or ladies to travol in Arizona for established, reliaolc houso. Salary $7SU and expense. Steady position. Enclose roference and self addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, Third New Store! -:- New Goods! Fair Dealing! Low Prices! E ARE NOW READY AND WILLING TO stippl the good people of this town and county with NICE FRESH GROCERIES. CLEAN NEW DRY GOOEE WELL MADE 600TS Ie SHOES, GOOD FITTING HATS & CAPS, and in fact everythintr that i neededin. any well reguiaieu lamuv vv c -viu givu SIXTEEN :-: OUNCES :-: TO :-: THE :-: POUND, and will give you One Hundred Cents Worth of Goods for Your One Dollar in Coin. We try to nlease and ifive Satisfaction to all. We have so far sucoeedsd . Wc keep a good stock of everything necessary for Miners, Lawyers, Doctors, Farmers, Builders Politicians', Laborers, Mechanics, Saloon-keepers, Teachers and Preachers, Young Men and Old Maids. We have oh hand at all times in any quantity HAY AND GRAIN We keep the Best Brands of FXjOTJPI We sell the Best COFFEES AND TEAS If you have not dealt with us yet, Try us. LEVY & CO., QUEENS WARE WOODENWAftg and WILLOW-WARE. PISTOL'S AND CARTRIDGES, Tobstcco'Cigars, Foreign and Daw tic Virie3 a'hd Liquors, Milwim kee and St. Louis Bear, The continuous increase of ottr trat is suhic'lent guarantee th&i th public is fully convinced of o'ur fair and honest dealings. GOODS ARE DELIT3SRED DEPOT AND ALL PATS OF THE TOWN FRE1 OF CHARGE; CANNED GOOD 6F ALL KINDS; DRIED and PRESER VED FRUITS and JELLIES, SOAPS.-ani CONFECTIONERY, Attached to our store we kavft first-class Conducted by a No. 1 baker. Order promptly fillad; MEDICINES. Second. s-txt aa&rjcy.