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in YUML, A.RIZONA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 1. 189' NUMBER 37; THE ARIZONA SENTINEL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, BY .1. W. WORKIXGTOX, Frop. SU3SCRIP.T1DN. Six month One Year $1 50 S 00 ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. -iu nsnrn " kept on file at E. ( C A-eacv, 04 ahi 65 Merchants Exchange San Francisco, California, where contracts for advertisiae can be made for it. QF2FICSA. BIKECTORYt TERRITORIAL OVriCERS. .B.J.FRANKLIN GovnufoR ! " .C. M.BRUOE Secgetart !..c p JJETCII Auditor...... ' ;WILS0N Attorhet Gomt. E S0RTETOR GttSRAL Wi. .. j pELEQ ATE TO COSORESS O. Surr. Territorial Prison M. J. NUGENT TCCSOS LAST) OFFICE. Register EUGENE J. TRIPPEL. Register R M0I;K RECEIVER 1 ED. MAYES, bnitsd States Custom House j- Deputy Cslloctor CO0STT orncERS. A. C. BAKER Clerk of District Court C. H BRIM.E1 1 B A. IIARASZTOY Chairman, J SUPERVISORS J-QANDOIiFO, and A. MOufcbH. Clue ov Board of Suferviscrs . M. L POOL Probate Judge & sun. mhoolb, . . . iAppVfpA p Sheriff. Tax Coir asd Assessor. M. GNLEAF UKDER-SnERIFF .. ..SAMUEL PURDY .P. S, 1NGALLS .M. T POOL ......... . T0WNSFND . v Q CoTTER District-attcrm.1 . Treasurer.... RECORDER., i.. i - Surveyor.... ...... Pocstt Puysiciav... precixct' orneERS GEO. A. uvflcj , AND Tt. C. DAVIS Justices of the Peac p. L. EWIKO, Trusses of Yum, School Dis.jF. FHEDLEYnd city omcERB, .... ...-R. J-UIJr ' Y FRED FHEDLEY, Mayor. Gouncilmen - J0HN SHANSSE, F G BLAISDELL, J i.u. c1jjiRaT masTERSON eity Attorney 3 n CARPENTER C Ity Recorder A HARASZTHY Assessor I.LEVY Treasurer p "F. BURKE Marshal RULES OF POST OFFICE. Thft office is open from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., daily. Sundays from 7:00 to S:00 A. M. and 6.00 to 7:00 P.M. East-bound mail closes at . . . 5. -UP. m. West-bound mail closes at . . . .UUP. "Money Order and Postal Note depart JSXe. at6P m. daily excepting Vfurda-s when it closes at S P. M. ?loney Order or Postal Notes issued Sun- daMailfor Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Sundays and Wed days at 7A.M.,aud arrives here Tuesday? and Saturdays. Ynma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W. meets very Tuesdal evening at 8 o'clock. . Visit nl Tbretheren'in good standing are mv.ted 0 attend.. Yours in O. H. and P. P. Mclntyre. M. u F. B, Wightman, R. C. A. R- J. C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday ofcadi Jjontji. h O Stmvc 1 Geo. H. Field, CAdiutant. Commander TV fT ASTERSON, MURAT, ATTORN E Y-AT-LA VT, Cotter Building. Yuma. Ariz. TQULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-L AW . Practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office m ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, phoenix, r AR- LLIOTT, W. 11. CIVIL E53GOfEER & SURVEYOR. U. S. Deputy Minerd Surveyor. Yuma, A. T. -pURDY, SAMUEL, - ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. . . Arizona, l uica, , TTKIGHT, GEO. MM ORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. (Office next door to Post Office. ) ... Arizosa. uiia, : TT G.DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W YUMA, A. T. jCHAS. L. BROWN. W. O. HUSON. BROWN & HUSQN. ATTORNEYS-AT-DAV, ROOil BIX. COTTER BUILDING WING, F. L,, NOTARY P.GBLIC. Arizona. 0MA, TOTARV PUBLIC, SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. COMMENCING Friday, May 1, 1896. TRAINS WJLL LEAVE YUMA A3 follows: fTJ AA. M. (DAILY) Mixed 0 ."iU Train for Gila Bend, Tucson. Deminp, El Paso, and all way stations. 3. A A A. M. (DAILY) "PACIFIC "dm1 EXPRESS" for Colton, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. 1 "S K X P. M. (DAILY) "NEW I l!DOoKLEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson, Benson, T-nnlshnrpr. Deminrr. El Paso. New Orleans , and East via the ''Sunset Route." Overland Tickets Sola, Sleeping Car Berths Secured AND Full Inlormallon Regarding Transcontinental Routes Furnished on Application Parties can arrange to join tlic WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding with W. H. DRESSER, Agent. TFpm - - - - Yuma I T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traff. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHOTX R. R, IN EFFECT DECEMBER 25, 1S95 MOUNTAIN TIME IS STANDARD USED. SOUTlTBOrJKDT 1 North bound'. NO SI I NO 1 Pas 1 Pas NO 2 Pas I NO 32 Pas STATIONS. 2 OOp 2 26p 2 45p 3 OOp S27p S 55p 5 13p 4 50p 5 09p 5 23p 5S0p No 41 7 00a 7 00a 7 17a 7 32a 7 4Qa 811a 8 39a 8 5'5a 9 12a 9 2Ca, 9 45a' 9 51a 10 3a 10 S5a 10 5ia 11 35a 11 52a 12 12p 12 31p 12 52p lOSp 1 30p 1 43p 2 05p 2 31p 2 45p 3 0p 3 23p 3 3Sp 3 47p 4 OOp Lv..Ash Fork.Ar Meath Wicklow, ...Rock Butte... ...Cedar Glade... Valle3' Del Rio .Jerome Junction. Granite ... Massicks ... Pressott Preccott ..Iron Springs.. Summit ... Kamsgate... .. Skull Valley .. ... Kirkland ... ...Grand View... Hillside ...Date Creek... .... Martinez .... .... Congress .... ..Harqua Hala.. .. Wickenhurg' .. Vulture Hot Springs Jnnc' ...Beardsley ...Marienettc.... Peoria Glcndalc ....Alhambi-a Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 5 20p 5 03p 4 09p 4 35p 4 lOp 3 55 p 3 15p 3 30p 3 13p 2 59p 2 40p 2 33p 2 03p 2 nip 1 33p 1 13p 12 33p 12 12p 11 52a 11 31a 11 ICa 10 59a 10 45a 10 2 a 9 59a 9 4-Sa 9 22a 9 9a 8 50a 5 41a 8 30a 12 ClP 11 37a 11 18a 11 00a 10 35a 10 10a 9 06a 9 35a 8 30a 815a 7 45a No 4 2 4 10.P 3 30p 3 33p 3 Olp 2 38p 2 14p 14Cp i 20p 12 52p 11 22p 11 50a 11 10a 10 30a 10 05a 9 45a 9 10a 8 4Sa S3sa 5 25a 8 00a 7 40a 7 S3a 8 Gla 8 30a 9 00a 9 23a 9 49a lOlCa 10 5a 11 30a 11 52a 12S0p 106p 1 27p 2 OOp 2 23p 2 33p 3 OOp 3 25p 3 45p Trftin3 Nos. 41 and 42 will run on alternate days Information as to what day s.uue will run will be furnished by agsnts on application. No 1 makes connections at Ash Fork with A. & P. vestibuled limited Not 3 from the east. This is the finest train west of "Chicago. Ne. 1 also con nects with A. & P. No. 2 from the ivcst. Persons desiring to stay over at Ash Fork will find the best of accommodations at Fred Harvey's hotel . No. 2 makes close connection at Ash Fork with A. & P. trains Nos. 1 and 4 A. & P. No. 1 reaches San Francisco 10:45 a. in. second rcornintr, A. & P. No. 4 is a vestibuled train throughout, lighted with Pintch gas, dining car running1 through from Lqs Angeles tQ Chicago. Dininjr cars under the' man agement of Fred Harvey, with his unexcelled tcr vice, care and attention to his guests. Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction with trains" of United Verde & Pacific Ry. for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with st ge lines for all principal mining camps; at Congress with stage lines for Harqua Hala, Stanton and Varnell. At At Phoenix with the Maricopa & Phoenix Ry. for points 011 the S. P. R. R. This line is the best route to the Great Salt River Valley. For information regarding this valley and the rich mining section tributary to this road ad dress. GEO. X. SARGENT. G. F: & P. A. R. E. Wells, L, M. Murphy, Assistant Gen Manager. Pres. & Gen Manager. PhcBsiix Ry. TIME TABLE X0. 38. To Take Effect January 1st, 1S96, at G:00 a. m. The Company reserves the right to vary the same as circumstances may require. DAILY TRAINS. From Pliajnix. From Maricopa 2 A. F. & P. 8.00 a. in. 7.15 a. 111. G.50 a. m. &20 a. in. G.00 a. ni. STATIONS. 1 A. F. & P. o.uu p.m. 8.25 .m. .9.00 p.m. fj.30 p.m. 9.50 p.m. Lv..Phosnix.Ar ... ..Tempe .... K'yrene.... Sacaton. .. ArMaricopa.Lv; Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pa cific 19, passing Maricopa at 5:45 a. m. Tram No. 2 connects with boutliern Pa cific 20 passing Maricopa at 10.00 p. m. for the west. Connection made at Phoenix with S. F. P. & R. it. for Prescott and Congress. "A" daily. Trains stop on signal. G. H. HONSIIELL, General Superintendent. ' NORTON'S TO THE La Foriuna Mine. TISB STTAGJS WHilfi CON NECT WHTSff 2:40 TBfiAIW AT BLAISDELL STATION. NOTICE TO VOTERS. At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yunn, Territory of Arizona, held on the 13th day of Ajtril, 1M6, the following resolution was adopted, all members voting aye. Be it resolved that a re-registration of the voters cf the County of Yuma is horeby ordered and the clerk of the Board is directed to publish a notice of said re-registration in the Arizosa Sbxtixjjl, a nowspapsr published in the Village of Yuma for not less than fottr month preceeding tho next genera! election. M, L. Pool, Clerk of said Board. Piw Srlnn Wlio can thlnfc -ill! gn055 of Fome rtmnlo i'i'-jiA f ,!n- tocatent? Protc-rt j"-:r n. mm 11 R. MONARCH" AND "KENTUCKY CLUB' PURE WHISKIES.- Aslc Yohi- Senlei for 42iese 1 gallon 5 years old, ... 3 45 4.25 5.50 - 911.00 13.00 15.00 10 1 Case, 12 quarts. 5 years old, 1 " , 12 " 8 " 1 " ,12 " 10 " " Packed and Bottled at Distillery In the Above Sty! Package. For Family Use and Medi cinal Purposes. R. MONARCH BOTTLING C0. OWEXSBOIiO, KY. 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Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. M. D. LUCE, ASSAYER, MINING ENGINEER AMD METALLURGIST. Working tests made by Amalgama tion, Lixiviation, Chlorination or Cranide Processes. MAIN STREET, YUMA. FOR S.VLE OR RET. Four-acre town block improved under ditch; four-room house; two and half acres of alfalfa; three hundred choice table grapes; 20 fruit trees, variety of small fruits; two wells of gond water and garden land. Inquire of p OWHSOOi6 KY J i.ri-&&a BSC PURELY VEGETABLE. The Cheapest, Purest and Best Family Medi cine in the world 1 An Effectual Specific for all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen. Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills and Fever, Malari ous Fevers, Bowel Complaints, Restless ness, Jaundice and Nausea. I BAD BREATH! ' I Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing so common, as bad breath ; and in nearly every case it comes from, the stomach, nd can be so easily corrected if .you will take Simmons Liver Regulator. Do not neglect so sure a remedy for this repulsive disorder. It will also improve your appetite, complexion and general health. PUJES! j How many suffer torture day after day, making life a burden and robbing existence of all pleasure, owing to the secret suffering from Piles. Yet relief is ready to the hand of almost any one who will use systemati cally the remedy that has permanently cured thou sands. Simmons Liver Regulator is no drastic, violent purge, but a gentle assistant to nature. CONSTIPATION SHOULD not be regarded as a trifling ailment in fact, nature demands the utmost regularity of the bowels, and any deviation from this demand paves the way often to serious danger. It is quite as necessary to remove impure accumulations from the bowels as it is to eat or sleep, and no health can be expected where a costive habit of body prevails. SICK HEADACHE! This distressing affliction occurs most frequently. The disturbance of the stomach, arising from the imperfectly digested contents, causes a severe pain in the head, accompanied with disagreeable nausea,and this constitutes what is popularly known as Sick Headache, for the relief of which take Simmons Liver Regulator or Medicine. manufactured only by J. IX. ZEUilN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. The baud ol fatahowrs over the anwiso, thj youth who in error have 4he.l the cup 0 Ufa to the floor. It is a fearful horror to ba g.i strong ss an. ox to-day, to be cs weak cs r kitten to-morroT. It is a solemn warning; it should be heeded. Cstih yourself in the nick of ticio. If yoa cannot help yourself the will help you. Hudyan is a rarely vegeia'jle preparation, but is a powerful one. Hudyan restores, rebuilds, reuews the fires ,l life." It Is for man. It is man's best friend, It you suffer from weakness, from impaired or lost manhood, If you hnvo used up your kidneys or Injured your liver you Should write and learn all about the Great Iludyaa. Circulars and tes timonials free. Stockton, liarketand Ellis fats., ean ritANCisco, California. 5 MINE'S BARBER SHOP SHAVING AND HAIR CDTTIHfl. GOLD BATHS In IPorcclsain Kmili I'sib. A. N. HAINES, Proprietor. T HE GEM. C, V, MEEDEN, Prop,, ' kain street,, G2ioiCG WINE, UOUQRS and CIGARS both Foreign and Domestiu brands. NEATLY 1,-ilX,X3LiS533.0C2. lit K.002510 for tho accomodation of the public EVERYTHING in every respect and POPULAR PRICES. G, M, TH0RL0W, PROP,, 21ADISOK AVENUE YUMA Keaps alway.s on handtlsDoheioost brands o WINES. LIQUORS 53' t ifiiip aJF n'A Ji Bib 01 v CHAN BETROTHAL. Beech Hill. Within a modest hidden case lie treasures -well his darling's face. j Thos-e dear, dear lips to others are , Remote as is a distant star. Her heart is like the fiower that turns To where the sun-god ever burns, Her eyes are never raised to claim j From Heavens a boon asked in Christ's j name, But that in fondest joy she'll press His welfare whom her love doth bless. "Within the r-ase nt) name or date The limits of a love do state, Her skillful hand has traced with care A simple German floweret there.. Blue are the petals as babs's eyes,' That color of the eternal skies, The loving heart its message brought, '-Forget-mc-not ! Forget-me-not !" Guard you it well, 0, lover good, The wind of Fate is shrill and rude. Such gentle hearts have fragile hold On life that stilleth hearts more bold. The river runneth switt and true, How if it part thy love from you. And love and joy and tender truth Are sweetest in the days of youth. Deserts of the Far West. The fate of the Breedlove' party .1 rlpsprr 1 Ofinnlp of VPill'q aPO on llle Cieseri a COUpiB ui ye.U S clL' brings to my mind an expoaience of fifteen Tears or more in the same locality," said Grove A. Johnson, an old pioneer. ''Since 1877 the old trails have been superseded by the Southern Pacific railroad. But four or five years ago prospectors again began flocking into the country, and my experience mny be of use to some of them. "Forty-three years ago last May I crossed the desert vith a party to build a ferry at the junction of the Gila and Colorado rivers. .We left San Diego in the latter part of May, our party consisting of fifteen men, with ox teams and wagons, cann ing, m addition to waier ana pro visions, everything necessary to build and equip the boats. I cross ed the desert four or five times that 3rear during tne nouiest monins, June, July, August and September. In the latter part of November Major Heintzleman arrived to es tablish Fort Yuma. After de termining that the river was navig able for flat bottomed boats I began their construction, and for the next fifteen or twenty years I was acting as superintendent and manager of the line of steamboats on the Colo rado. During that time I crossed the desert four or five times each year. "My experience has been this: Never travel in the daytime. Lay by at thd water holes during the hottest part of the day and when the sun begins to lose its power leave for the next watering place. "The next thing is the care of water. I used leather bottles, the leather naturally dressed, like buck skin, being the best for the pur pose, as it is sufficiently porous to permit of evaporation and thus keeps the contents cool. If the bottles fall they do not break. If obliged to use a canteen cover it with canvas lined with raw wool and thoroughly soak it when filled. The blanket covering is all right if ou have sufficient water to keep it V wet, ' The next consideration is pro visions. Take a quart bag and fill jt with pinole, This is made of parched corn or wheat, ground very fine. Put a pound of sugar in a seperate-bag and tie both to your saddle-horn. When thirsty take a pint cup of water, and a tablespoon ful of sugar and enough of the pinole to thicken it to the consisten cy of soup. " "Never drink water in the desert except in this way, as it not only acts as a food but nentralizes-the effect of the alkali in the water, and the water will go four times as far; The water on the desert is alkali, and taken in its native state only "The remainder of your provi-j sions should consist of tea or coffee and pilot bread. Three or four rlnvo hpfnrn startinsi cut some fresh beef into strips two or three inches wide and three quarters 01 an men thick. Rub in a very little salt and hang in the sun to cure. Take no salt or fat meats of any kind, and above all take no stimulants. Your jerked beef thrown on the coals cloes away with the frying- pan, and a quart-cup in which to boil vour coffee is all the cooking I Utensils Tou will need. "Avnirl t.rfivelinsr on wheels. For the legitimate prospector a burro is ample to pack ail supplies, is pa tient, faithful, never strays outside of camp and can live on a greaso bush. A man that can not-ride a mule or walk"behind a burro has no busines." on tho de sort." San Frart- Highest of all in Leavening Power. .Latest U. S. Gov't Report JUSTICE GOES ESTEAY. How New York Has Changed Methods of Procedure. Her "Now, children, what was the object of a murder trial in the last century?" "To prove a murderer guilty and hang him for the good of the com munity." "Right. And what is the object of a murder trial of the present day?" "To prove the guilty innocent and protect him from the punish ment he deserves." "Quite right. What is the pros ecution? And what is its duty?" "The prosecution is supposed to be the State and its duty is -to make peg3 for the prisoner to hang his defense upon." Good. And what if the defense?" The defense is the court oracle, who instructs the Judge, the jury and the prosecution in behalf of the prisoner, and threatens them with reversals unless the agree with his views." "Who is the Judge?" "The Judge is the assistant de fense, who is afraid to charge against the prisoners lest th3 latter be convicted and there arise a now trial. He prefers to acquit the guilty in order to save his reputa tion." "Who are the jury?" "Twelve men supposed to be peers, who get all tangled up with the evidence and vote for acquittal because they don't know what else to do." "Very true. And who is the de fondant?" "The defendant is the leading man, whose duty it is to amuse the spectators and make fun for the newspapers." "That will do." Feio York Press. Ask the Old Woman. A gentleman traveling out west relates the following. Riding on horseback, just at night, throught the woods in Signor county,- Michigan, I came into a clearing, in the middle of which stood a log house, its owner sitting in the open door, smoking his pipe. Stopping my horse the following conversation took place; "Good evening, sir," I said. "Good evening." "Can I get a glass of milk of you to drink?" ' ' "Well, I don't know. Ask the old woman." By this time his wife came out. "Oh, yes," she said: "Of course you can." While drikning it 1 asked: "Do you think it will storm? "Well, I really don't know. Ask the old woman she can tell. "I guess we shall get one right away," said the .wife. Just then aUr6op of children came running and shouting around the corner of the shanty. "Are these your children?" said I. "Don't know. Ask the old woman she knows. The storm broke. I drew up the reins and left immediately. Dickens, Personal Side Stephen Fis&e, who probably knew j Kens as mumateiy as urn any American, has been induced to write of "The Personal Side of Dickens" for the September Ladies1 Jlomv Journal. jrr. Yiske often spent seasons with j tho famous novelist afc Gad's Hill, , hU ,,rtice wm doscrill(J the m ' - Ilfc' his n,elhl1 of working, nwl his pastimes. It wilj possible surprise Dickens' friends to learn, through Mr. Fiske, that a considerable portion J of his library was made up of dummy oooks, which, however, ofleretl the author a target for some of his de lightful sn,ii re m giving them titles, and nlforded bis guests great amwao ment. The Miner's Exchange keeps fche biggest glasses and the coolest beer in" Thought to Be the Pesieg- Mine. - Mohave has a new mining sensa tion. This time it is the long lost Pegleg miiip, which it is believed' has been found six miles southwest of Randsbnrg, the new camp on the' deeert which was recently describ ed vin the Chronicle. The ore brought from this new district is said to be very rich, and whether it really proves to be the Pegleg or" not, it will add to the gold output1" of the desert. The Pegleg mine was discovered by an' old plains man named Pegleg Smith, who arrived at San Bernardino, worn out by the hardships of desert travel. He left a map by which the wonderfully rich ledge he had discovered could be found again! but though a score of men have, lost their lives m the search fon this treasure, it has never been found. Indeed, so careful and sys? tematic was the hunt for the mic3 that many experts came to the conclusion that it was a myth lik& the Gunsight, the Lost Cabin and, other far western mines which; have added' good stories" to tha. stock of mining romance, if they have not rewarded the searchers for their wealth. San Francisco. Chronicle. Some Things to Learn. Learn to laugh. A good laugh. is " better than medicine, Learri how to tell a story. A well-. told is a3 welcome as a sunbeam in a sick-room. Learn, to keep your own troubles to yourself.' The world is tod busy to care for your ills and sorrows. Jbearn to stop croamng; If you cannot see any good in the. world, keep the bad to yourself. Learn to hide your pains and aches, under a pleasant smile. No one cares' to' hear whether you have thet earache, headache or rheumatism. Don't cry. Tears do well enough, in novels, but they arc "out Of place, inreal life. Learn to meet your, friends with a srnilc. The good humored man or woman is always welcome, but the dyspeptic on hypochondriac is not wanted any where and is a nuisance as well. Detroit Tribune. It Is Mean.. By Rev. Angus Dowling. It is mean for a man to appear friendly to your face, then stab you in the dark !.'' It is Judas-like for a man to call you brother, and then sell you foi? pure spite. It is mean for a public teacher to commend rigid economy, then take, all he can lay hands on. . It is mean for a man to go into copartnership with you, then take tx the profits. It i3 mean for a man to recom mend honesty by word, and practice dishonesty in life. . It is mean for a man to tell lies for gain, whether in church or State. f. It is mean for to preach repent ance to others, and never forgive an offense . It is mean for a man to commend selfdenial to others, and demand high salaries. m It is mean for a man to pray in. public for the poor, then- go and pres3 widows and orphans for personal gain. It i3 mean for a man to preach, against wearing articles o jewelry, and allow his- wife and daughters ,to wear them. ' It is mean for a man to preach, against card-playing, and allow his wife to play cards for mere pastime.. ; mi Be bothered with inferior goods when you can get a first-class article if only yop will call for it. LEVI STRAUSS & CO'? CELEBRATED COPPER S1VETE0 OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS 4 Are made of tho best materials. Sewed with the best threads. 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