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With a better understanding- of the transient nature of the man' phys ical ills which vanish before-proper ef fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge that so many f crms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion ofhe system, wlrbh. the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Fi;?o, prompt ly removes. Iiat is wiry it is the only remedy with millions of families, and. is everywhere stacmed 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 crgans on which it.acts. Itis therefore all impcrtanViK order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep utable druggists. If in the enjoyrnan'c of good r.callli, and the system is regular, then laxa tives or other remedies arc ot needed. SaSictedwith any actual discacc. 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 largely iigs stands highest and is most largely cdanagxvesmostgencralsatisfa lit J20u j&ufmd J. W. DORRINGTuJJ, Proprietor. TIIMA. - . ARIZONA. SATURDAY, jJU7Arll, 1896. EC. DAKE, NEWSPAPER AD- vcrtising Agent, 65 Merchant-' Exchange. San Francisco, is our authorised agent. This paper is kept on file in this WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. For the seven davs Ending Friday July 10, 1886.. BAY. Kcl. Knmid Temper'ture p in Mar. -107 107 107 109 107 109 J07 "! 107 Min p'o 77 70 P2 -SI SI S1 ! ff Saturday... Sunday Momliy Tucwlay .... Wednesday. hn-day... i'rMay 32 2S 5'i 57 SO 72 5I 15 14 27 15 21 24 24 21 Average. Total r.unfaJl during week, Trace. A. AsiiSXBHit9r.il, Observer. U. S. Weather iiyxeau. LOCAL NOTES, Hotel Remona, Los Angeles, 50c up. Mr- Billniann, one of the educators ,o.f Tucson,was in town this week. W hen you come to town get one of Jaeger's smokers. .Mrs. Q. I, Baker left Tuesday night on a summer's visit lo her parents in Los Angeles. Mr.'. M. F. Shaw and baby left on a visit to hor parents in Tucson Monday night. Miss Maggie Do la Ossa is visiting Jier sister, Mrs. C. Quigl.'y, in Los An geles. Fort Best. The Dorrington cottage on Main near First street and opposite the Crystal Palace saloon. Inquire at Jthe Sentinel office. Mis3 Cecilia Barney returned home Monday evening from a few weeKs visit with friends at Hedges, Cal. Feach Brandy and Honey; Scotch and Irish Whiskies always on hand at Jaegcr'a. Miss Amelia Molina after a visa of several weeks in Tucson arrived here Monday morning. If you smoke call at the Miner's Exchange and ?sk for the-celebrated "John Shanssey" cigars. Judging from the number of mous-j Attorney Frank Cox of Phoenix, jtaches that received extra louche of I spent Tuesday in town. He continued Hack ibis week. -a new girl must h-ve his trip on lo Los Angslcs the follow come to town. fog morning. Poison is good medicine sometimes ; but nobody takes it except by doctors advice. Yes they do though; they take it in tea in "cheap" japan, tea. All japan tea sold in the United States, that we know of. except Schillings Best, is colored generally with Prussian Blue. Look in your encyclopaedia for information &bput tea and the poisonous Prussian Blue. This hits ub pretty hard, too; for our " Clipper" is also colored though not with poison. Schilling s Best is pure no coloring in it; nothing but tea, the best tea the Japan growers can find us. Schilling's Best (and your money back if you want it) at your grocer's. sa Fv&nciscp m L Schilling & Company Tiich Strike. Hedges, Cal., July 9, 1896. Thore is much excitement here over a strike of ricli ore in the Golden Crown mine., one of the Golden Cross Company's group. In the 3QQ foot stope there is now uncovered between seven and eight feet in thickness and about forty feet in length a vein of very rich ore. Samples from it assayed $170 and an average sample, taken from top to bottom of face assayed $58.50. The indications are that this ore chute crops on the surface some four hundred and fifty feet from the point where it has Inen opened in the 300 stope, and i3 a bonanza. The Gross family has moved to La Fortuna. The camp is quite healthy-very little sickness. The weather is warm. The ther mometer showing up to 109 degrees in the shade and occasionally reaching 112 degrees. Mr. Stewart visited Yuma this week lo procure some supplies and to have some work done at Company's pump station. Mr. Toll, the lalo business manager for trustees takes his departure on Saturday. Gold Rock. Great Oaks from Liftlc Acorns Grown, Is a lin3 from the trite old verse we used to recite in our school boy days. It , forcible npplicati. n to those we are t to disregard until they reacii tormiuauie proportions.. A fit of indigestion, a "slight" altac-t of constipation, it is assumed, will soon pass off, but is very apt to get worse, and in the meantiine is neglected until the ailment b. eomes chronic, and then, if not en tirely eradicate.!, is a constant annoy ance" and menace of worse consequen ces, for diseases, recollect, beget .one another. How much wiser to resort to a course of Hostetter's Stomach Bidfire at the outset of the malady than to temporize with it at the otart, or to treat it with violent remedies in its maturity. Be on time with disease or it may "floor" you. Malarious, rheumatic and kidney complaints, dyspepsia, constipation, biliousness and nervousness are ali fli-orders of of r.npid growth, and should be "nipped in the bud" by a timely report to the Bitters. P.erisiied. Judge Duke went out to Pembroke Wednesday and held an inquest on another victim of the desert. The man was found dead about a hun dred feet from the railroad track in a nude condition. He had been seen around the section house at Tacna for several days. The unfortunate man was also seen here prior to Ins arrival at the above pla.ee. He .tojd parties at Tacna that his name was Tony Mahoney and that he worked with the riilroad gang layfng steel rails be tween here and Colton recently. It is tho'ight he was overcome with heat- and becoming delirious died a horrible death within a few miles of water and help. A Child Enjoys The pleasmt flavor, gentle action and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother ie costive or bilious, the gratifying results follow its use; so that it i-3 the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. Sheriff Gireciile.v, Archie Priest and C. L. Brown paid La Fortuna a visit this week. The steamer Mohave left Wednes day morning for JShrenberg. She car ried considerable freight and several passengers. The Harrison Dimmick wedding is the talk of the day. "laeger's Golden Wedding Whisky" talks for itself, Washington Letter From our regular correspondent. Washington, July 6, 1896. Eepublicans don't care a continent al whetlnr the Populists swallow the Democrats, or the Democrats the Pop ulists, at Chicago this week. They cannot see how any ticket on any platform that could be gotten up by the Chicago convention can prevent the triumphant election of McKinlcy and Hobart. Consequently the worry ing and fretting which the Democrats and Populists are going through on account of what the Chicago conven tion may do or not merely furnishes Republicans amusment, as they fan themselves and try to keep down the humidity which accompanies the present warm weather. This is Re publican year. Nearly four years of deficits, bond issues and hard times generally have caused majority an overwhelming majority, as will be seen in November of the people to definitely decide that the party which gave the country twenty-eight years of the greatest continuous prosperity oyer experienced by any country on earth is the proper party to "have charge of this goverment, and noth ing that the conglomeration of isms and sore heads which meets this week in Chicago can do will change that decision. The asses may bray, but that will change nothing. People prefer capacity to incapacity. Secretary Olney has slipped away from Washington, and all inquiries at jthe State Department as to his where abouts are met with the mysterious reticence which officials of that depart ment have invariable assumed since this administration has been in power. It is a good guess, however, that he is at Gray Gables, and that he carried with him the laueh written abor.t report, of General Fitzhugh Lee, on Cuban affairs. It is not probable that Mr Cleveland is as much interes ted in that report as he expected he would be when he nominated General Lee to be Consul General to Cuba. Then he expected jbhat the nominee of the Chicago convention would be Grover Cleveland, and hoped that the nature of the report would be such that he could us? it as a basi3 for ac tion that would result in arousing such a tidal wave of patriotic enthusiasm throughout the country as might reelect him. Now ho knows that the nominee of that convention will be a man who holds views directly opposite to his, and that his admin istratson will be condemed by the eonven ion, by implication if not in direct words. Kncwing this he lias lost interest in the report, and will probably make no use of it until he writes his last annual message to" Congress. It is reasonable certain that he will not use it, or anything else, to help make votes for the Chicago ticket, even if he does not publicly bolt that ticket. It is general.ly believed in Washington J,hat Mr. Cleveland ana a majority, if not all of his cabinet, will refuse to support the ticket nominated at Chi cago. Mr. Cleveland is said to personally favor the nomination of a Democratic gold ticket but that is something which will- be determined later. At least oue. prominent Demo crat who is now at Chicago has sug gested that Mr. Cleveland lead the forlorn hope by accepting the nomi nation of the gold Democrats. While Governor Mclvinley is a strong and convincing public speaker, there is a general disposition among Republicans to rejoice because of the announcement that it has practically been decided that neither Gov. Mc lvinley nor Hob.irt would make any stumping lours during the campaign. There wouldn't be the slighest im propriety in either of these gentlemen or both making speeches during the campaign, but somehow most people canno.t get rid of the idea that it is a lowering of the dignity which should naturally belong to the candidates for the high offices of Presideut and Vice- President for gent' emeu who are nom inated for those positions, to take the stump for themselves. The Republi can partv has plenty of orators to do the talking, and in November it will have plenty .of voters to elect McKin Iey and Hobart, and there is no occa sion for tht-ir going on the stump. There is at least one Louisiana Democrat in Washington who doubts the ability of the Democrats to carry that state this year. lie is Mr. II. Dugas, and he says: "Lousiana is by uo me.ms certain to go Democratic this year, although the nomination of the free silver candidate wiil undoubt edly strengthen the party in the statu. A great many of our people are par tial to McKinley on account of his protection policy. They want protec tion for their sugar, and the Demo cratic free trade program is anything but popular among them. Though a lifelong Demacrat, I would be glad to see the Republicans carry the state and the country this year." -ap--&v Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy especially valuable 'or croup and whooping cough. It. will give prompt relief ant! is safe and pleasant. We have sold it for sey.eral years and it has never failed to givjo the most perfect satisfaction. G. W Richards, Duquesne, Pa. Sold at Cotter's Drug Store. Politics Simmering. Judge Duke kindly furnished us the following list of aspirants for political honors this fall and who will be pleased to receive the nomination for sheriff and recorder from their respec tive parties: For Sheriff Democratic ticket : Messrs. Greenleaf, Pool, Powell, Tyner, Miles, Mayes, Cunningham and Shaw. Republican ticket: Hatch, Hale, Ingalls, Mplntyre, laeger. Heyl and Speese. For Recorder on Demo cratic ticket: Messrs. Gronin, Priest, Connor and Avila. Come boys, don't hi bashful in mak ing your wishes known to the voters of Yuma county. It will only cost you a trifle to publish your card of announcement in the columns of the Sentinel from now until the two parties make thrir nominations. Just What's Seeded. Exclaims thousands of people who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season of the year, and who have noted the success of the medicine giving them relief from that tired feeling waning appetite and state of extreme exhaustion after the close connnement of a long winter season, the busy time attendant upon a large and pressing business during the spring months and with vacation time yet some weeks distant. It is then that the building-up powers of Hood's. Sarsa parilla are fully appreciated. It seems prfectly adapted to overcome that prostration caused by change of sea son; climate or life, .-.nd while it tone and sustains the system, it purifies and vitalizes the blood. Ynma Postofiice Regulations, From July 1st, the following regu lations take effect at this office: Mails for Pjeacho, Cal.. leave daily at 7. a. m. and return same day. Mails, for Ehrenberg imd Parker, Ariz.; leave Sundays and Wednesdays at 7 a. m. Mails for the East and West close at 7 p. in. daily. F. B. Logan, Postmaster. M - The Discovery Saved His Life. Mr, G. Gaiilouette, Druggist, Beav eraville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was laken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a trial at W. T. Gon der & Co.'s Drug Store. The assistant manager of the Har qua Hala Gold Mining Company Limited of this county reports the operation of the cyanide plant for the mouth of April as follows: Pulp treated, 3,000 tons; average assay of pulp, $1.13 per ton; average assay of tailings, $1 81 per ton; extracted ac cording to assays, 59 per cent; bullion realized, $6,565; miscellaneous re venue, $20; total revenue, $6,585; ope rating expenses, $2,81; extraneous expenses, $623 ; total expenses, $1,407. If it required an annual outlay of $100.00 to insure a family against any serious consequences from an attack of bowel complaint during the year there are many who would feel Jt their dutv to nay it; that they could not afford to risk their lives, and those of their family for such an amount Any one can get this insurance for 2o cents, that bemg the price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of bowel complaint before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. One or two doses of this remedy will cure any ordinary case. It never fails. Can you- afford to take the risk for as small an amount? For Kale to Cotter's Drug .Store. Mr?. May3 returned from her visit to Los Angeles Monday night and the following evening returned with her husband to that citv. On the 3rd of July Mr. Mayes received notice that the otlice of Customs Inspector had bnen abolished. He closed his office and will spent! a couple of vyeeks visit ing in the above city. For Rent. Several large rooms, suitable for housekeeping, if desired, on Main street near the freight depot. Inquire at this office. Dr. p. G. Cotter took the first degree in Forestry at Monday night's meet ing of Court Yuma, No. 3. F. of A. If it was not on account of age the court would number a great man' more of our citizens than itdoes at the present time. Citizens ovat 50 years of age arc not eligible to membership. L. D. Wren has bonded the Jack Rabbit gold mine in the Cargo Mu chacho mining district for $5,000. Awarded fiighes Konors World's Fair, MOST PE A pure Grape Crean from Amnjonia, Alu; io Yeah;? rrs-, , uiiierafit. Vf, J. BRYAIt Of Nobraska Nominated President ut the Chicago Democratic Convention. In Chicago yesterday VV. J. Bryan was nominated for president o the United States at 11:25 a. in. The iirst ballot re sulted: . . , . ir. r, Alabama 22 for Doies, Arkansas 10 lor Bland. The roll of Colorado is demanded. First 6 for Blackburn, next for Boies, next fop Campbell, next 2Jbr Blackburn, next for Brvan, next for Matthews, next ior Bryan "next for Boies. Colorado passed. Connection 2 for Russell, of Massachu setts. Of tho yotes it cast but 2. Dela ware for Pattison. fpr Bryan ; 2 refused to vote. Florida. Bland 2, Bryan 1, Boies 1, I'attison 1, Blackburn 1, Matthews 2. Georida 2G for Bryan, Illinois, 4 for B and. Indiana. 30 for Mqi.ews. Iowa, 26 for Boies. Kansas, 20 for Bland. Ken tucky 26 for Blackburn. Louisiana, 11) ior Bryan. Idaho, 0 for Bland. Maine, 5 tor Pattison, 2 for Bland, 2 for Bryan, J not voting. Maryland, 11 for Pattison, 4 for Bryan, 1 not voting. Massachusetts asks to be passed and is passed. Michigan, J Brvan, 4 B ies, 5 Bland, 10 not voting; the vote is challenged. r.oll of state demanded: several of the Michigan delegates refused to vote when their names are called. The roll of Michigan resulted in 10 not voting. 7 for Bryan, 4 lor Boie3. Minnesota, 1 for Stevei.son, Bryan Blackburn 1, Pattison 2, Boies 4, 8 not v'otinu'. Mississippi, IS for Bryan. Mis souri, 34 for -Bland. Montana, 2 tor Black burn. 4 for Bland. Nebiaska. 16 for Bryan, Nevada. 3 'for Matthew?, 3 for McLean. New Hampshire, 7 decline to vote, 1 tor Pattison. New Jersey declines to vote. Cheers and hisses. Chairman tries in vain to restrain the demonstration, ew i ork declines to vote amid great cheering. The audience is quieting down, ort h Carolina 22 for Bryan. Cheers. .North Dakota 8 for Boies. Ohio, 43 for Mpl.ean under the unit rule. Ohio's vote chal lenged and rolt of state ordered. First ballot Bland 23 1, Boies 87, Bryan 129, Matthews 37, Blackburn 81, I'attison U3, MoLean 54, Tillman 17. Pennoyer8, Stevenson 23, Teller 8, VV. E. Kussell 2o, J. B. Campbell 1, D. B. Hill 1, absent and not voting 193. Total 930. , When the fourth ballot was called for Alabama created a great cheer by chang ing her vote to 22 for Bryan. Bryan wa3 nominated. Bryan was nominated on the lourtn ballot. , x , in The convention adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock without-balloting for a vice presi dent. . . . .. We are unable to obtain any information as to who received the nomination for Vice President as we go to press. Sick stomach means sick man (or woman). Why not be well? Sick stomach comes from poor food, poor nourishment; means poor health, poor comfort. Shaker Digestive Cor dial means health and a well stomach. If we could examine our stomach we would understand why it is that so little will put it out of order. But, unless we are doctors, we never see our stomach. We only feel it. We would feel it less if we took Shaker Diirestire Cordial. Shaker Digestive Cordial makes your stomach digest all the nourish ing food you eat, relieves all thesymp toms of indigestion, acts as a tonic and soon makes you well and strong again. The more you take, the less you will feel of your stomach. At druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents. Constable Jones went clown to the Sanford ranch last Thursday night about 11. o'clock and arrested I'ive Miranda on complaint of Daniel 3an- des. The latter claimed that the son oi the former during the day had pulled a pistol on him and threatened to take his life. At Miranda's examination yester day before Justice Duke he proved that his son had never drawn a gun on Sandes and he was discharged. Miranda has been re-arre3ted and the trial is S2t for this afternoon. Mr. James Perdue, an old soldjer residing at Monroe, Mich., was severely afflicted with rheumatism but received prompt relief -frorn pain by using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: 'At times my back would ache so badly that I "could hardly raise up. If I had not gotten relief I would not be here to write thes.' few lines. Chamberlain's Pain Balm has clone me a great deal of good and I feel very thankful for it." For sale at Cotter's Drug Store. Max Cohn has sold to R. M. Strauss, Superintendent of the La Fortuna mines, a oae-half interest in the Washington, Providence and Oregon mines in that district. Mr. Strauss will in the near future develop the mimes. Mr. Cohn has several more fine prospects in that locality. No people suffer so much from phy sical disabilities as those whose busi ness requires little or no muscular ex ertion. The lack or exercise causes the 1 ver to become sluggish and the result is constant Constipation, Indi gestion, Biliousness and ifiek Head ao.lin. To movent this take Srimmoin Liver Regulator; it keeps the liver ac tive and makes tne's conditicn as comfortable s;s those who have much cxoroiie. Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. Tvill enjoy after its regular meeting next Tues- lay evening a grand and genuine 'old stag smoker." It is desired that all members who possibly can attend will put in their appearance and a grand reunion and a good tj me will be enjoyed by all. Feed the Nerves unon mire, rich blood and voa will not be nervous Pure blond comes by taking Hood's Sarsanarilla which is thus the greatest and best nerve tonic. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sich head ache, indigestion, biliousness. All druggists. 2oc. Mr. Juan Noreiga and young daugh ter came down from Palomas Satur day, Mrs. Noreiga, who has been here for medical treatment for several weeks will return the first of next week with her huspand to tlieir beautiful ranch near Palomas. For the best imported Blackberry Gin, Gorden Sherry, Port and claret wines, go to the Miner's Exchange Siloon. f. Lewinsoa is.forcing the Sale of l Celebrated White Sewing Machine. i:;'02MCXJS Discount for Cash. ThePIcacho Mines. The owners of tho Golden Dream and Alcyon mines are pushing the work on these two promising prop erties, The cross-cut and tunnel on the Alcyon are now in fifty feet, and fifty feet below the surface os the vein on the hill. The orp grows better a3 the tunnel advances, The Golden Dream has been cross cut in five places, showing two good veins of free milling oro. Shafts will be sunk on each to ascertain the width and value of the ore below. The Dr. Jayne group of mines; com prising the Mars, Venus, Goshen and San George, has been sold to New York parties for $220,000, who will put the mill into running order and the mines to production. Senator S. V. Porsey is in New York on business connected with his Company at Picacho. A wealthy English syndicate has se cured a group of 21 mines in the Pi Cacjio Basin, which they will open up and develop. The prospects never looked better for the Picacho mines. Picacho. - Cure for Headache. As a remedy for all forms of Head ache, Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence We urge all wijo are afflicted to pro cure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual consti pation Electric Bitters cures' by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Fiftv cents and $1.00 at Yv. T. Gonder & Co.'s Drug Stnr.e. Free Information. Messrs C. A. Snow & Co., of Wash ington, D. C, lawyers and agents for procuring patents, wiii send free to any address, pamphlets with infor mation about home and foreign pat ents, caveats, copyrights, trademarks, infringements, design patents . ab stracts of decisions, etc., as well as the cost of patents in the United States and foreign countries.' Cm Go to the Miner's Exchange and try some of the Cream Rye Whisky, pro nounced by all to be the purest and finest flavored whisky in Yuma. Miss JEmma Townsend, who has been attending school in Los Angeles, is home on a visit to her father, brothers and sisters. She wiil return lo school about the 25th instant. If you wish a good machine andat ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, call on S. Lewinson at the foot of Main street. Sheriff Grcsnleaf returned Wednes day from taking Geo. R. Howard who was adjudge insane to the asylum at Phoenix, He is a case that is not hopeless as the man is robust and ap parently in good health. Oysters, Fish and Game always on hand at Dunne's Dinning Parlors. Dr. Geo. II. Field, formerly of this place, but now of Suisun, Cal., has opened a first class drug store in that city. It is known as the Popular Drug Store and the firm name is Geo H. Field & S. M. Field. The Sentinel wishes the doctor eyery success in his new venture. Yellowstone and Castle Whiskies at the "Ruby." Athee Modesti will shortly award a contract for the erection of a brick building two stories high on his lot on Main street, between Joue. and First streets. The upper s.tory will be a large and commodious hall. The dance last Saturday night at the S. P. Hotel given by the Foresters of America was on of the largest of the season. The music was fine and everybody who dances and attended repoxt having a grand old timo. It is often difficult to convince peo ple their blood is impure, until dread ful carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrof ula or salt rheum, are painful proof of the fact. It is wisdom now, or when ever there 'js any indication of blood, to take Hood's SarsapariHa, and prevent such eruptions and suffering. "I had a dreadful carbuncle abscess, red, fiery, fierce and sorp. The doctor at tended me over seven weeks. When the abscess broke, the pains were terrible, and I thought I should not livo through it. J heard and read eo much about Epgdte Sarsaparilia, that I decided to take ita and my husband, who was suffering with bolls, took it also. It soon purified our built rae up and restored my health so that; although Jhe doctor Baid I would ncji bo able to work hard, I have since Hone the work for 20 people. Hood's Sar sapariHa cured my husband of the boils, and we regard it a wonderful medicine.'? Mrs. Anna Peterson, Latimer, Kansas. arsapariila Is tho One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. SI. t t i j T-iii cure liver ills, easy to tike, rJCCfJ S FillS esy to operate. 25cents. A business man It r?not the moat patient JM creature m the m world. He canno rl ctnn nrnrlc pverxr gjinai.e to bothc? with an irritating skin disease, pr 4 hacking' cpugh that insists" pn breaking into his bargain, jnakin. Neither will he ait to hear any longf-drayp-onj. story qf the caus of his ailment, H doesn't care two straws about a fine span; theory of how he should treat himself. H J may be predisposed to scrofula, or pgnsnmp, tion. ''That," he will tell you "has noth, ing to do with the case." He wants to b well. If he can be cured, writ? put a pre. scription and send in your bilj. So, nere'$ the first part of the proposition. pr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery i$ medicine that permeates the whole body as water goes through a sponge. It is a niiy probe himter and a microbe killer. It is a. well-known fact that many persons of scrof ulous blqqrj, encourage the breaking ou$ of unsightly sores, to prevent the disease going to the lungs. There is no need of living in this state of dread and discomfort. Purifv the blood. Jt can be done. The "Gol'den Medical P jscpyery " will cure g per cent of all consumptive cases, also of all other lingering, bronchial, throat and lung diseases. Don't allow a drugget to Ecrsuade you into takijig something- thaj e says is "just as good." Maybe it's bet ter for him better for his profits. Take the "Golden Medical Discovery " the; greatest discovery of the age. In'additton, in order to know yourself better, send iq the World's Dispensary Medical Associar tion, Buffalo, N. Y., 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and get in re? turn. Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical Advisep. It is a book of 100S pages, iJJU5 trated, and is full of common" sense talk lliat any one who can read will understand. And here is the testimony of Mrs. E- E. Err ders, of Carey, Ohio, in regard to the " Golden Medical Discovery": "I had a troublesome skin disease. I suiTered much from surface sores. Nothing helped me until I tried the Golden Medical Discovery.' A year or two later X nad lung trouble. Again the Discovery ' cured mc. (Mrs.) fcOCAL ITE3I, Chas. Baker, the meat man of HecL gea, ;s in town today. Mariano Avla- has our thanks for a delicious muskmelon. Deliciou3l Schilling's Best tea, wade according to directions. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Young left fop Fresno, Gal., the middle of tho week. Matt Flynn and family arp enjoying tho cooling ocean breezes at Santa Monica. When you ask Joe for $ CJgar get The Pride of Yuma, at laeger's. Mike Ghiotte opened yesterday in the Molina building, near the foa of Main street, a grocery store. C. D. Lane, one .0 the owners of the La Fortuna mines, passed through here Tuesday night from San Francisco, enroate to the above mine3. Try laeger's Whiskey. Talks for it3 self. Mr. Alderich, the painter, left Mon day night for Picacho to paint .the handsome frame cojttage of Jos M.enr deyille at that place. Sheriff Kuffner arrived hers y3tejr day with the following prisoners t Wm. D. Meehan, ihieo -years; Chas.. Ansett, 18 months; Angel Sanchez, 2 years; all of Yavapai county and for grand larceny. When you are in tqxsq, try laeger's Gin and wines. Frank Vomocil, the live and ener-; gectic miner and farmer of Csstlo Dome, was in town the first of tho yeek. Tuesday he started for home with a tour-horse load of supplies for his camp, Master Bay and Gertrude Pries after a visit here of a week with their young scIigoI friends returned to their parents, who now reside at La For-? tuna Thursday evening. Miss Sarah IJrjnley went to Nogales Sunday evening. She received a dis patch that her sister, Mrs. Reynolds, was quite ill and started inime- diately. Justico of thePeace, J.F.Iottbuschf of Palomas, held Veto Flores to awaijt the action of the grand jury for-burglary at that place last S.iturday. Th" prisoner arrived here Suhdav and is now ju the county jail. 6. P. Traylor started Wednesday night for Creed, Colo., where be wiij have charge of the erection of a quart mill for his brother. Mr. Traylor vilf return to Yumawhci the mill idCOOf? pleted. Call for Territorial Warrant?, OFfipB ,Q.F TEGRITORU TREASURES,) ynoen-.x, Arizona, .miy J, loSb.J I will paj' General Fund warrant?; (series of 1893) numbers 124 to 393, int elusive. Interest on the aboys syar; rants will cease from and after thi date. T. Fakish, Territorial Treasurer. fair Instead of buying your : usual pound of colored .tea, buy a twelve-ounce package of Schillings Best, and make I it according to directions. H you don't get the biggest money's worth of tea and : pleasure and general joy yoi ever had, go back to you' grocer and get your moiiey. Don't feel mean about it : He doesn't lose anythjnj wc pay him. If you don't like Schilling's Besf coffee, soda, baking-powder, seasoning, flavoring .extracts, tell your grocer so. He has money-back to give you. A Schilling & Company San Francisc$ '