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" "Independent in All Things," ' ' YUMA, ARIZONA, SATUBDAY, VOL. XXY. OCTOBER 31, 1896. NUMBER 50. THE ARIZONA SENTiSEL, l J BLUSHED KVEttY SATURDAY A.T-- Yuma, Arizona, BY -1? l0UBWGTO3Tv lBroi. SUBSCRIPTION. Six uiontiis One Year SI 50 S 00 aa'ZESTISING RATES made known on application. Address. ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma, Arizona. T.n miiCD is kept on file at E. 0 Hli PArcK Dakels Advertising i-etioy. 64 and 65 Merchants Exchange. Saa Francisco, CaUfornia, where contracts f ir advertising can ue muuc OFfClAT. MJ6ECTORV. TERRITORIAL 0FF1CKR8. B. J. FRANKLIN . .C. II. BRUCE GovsassoR.. 8KCRSTART. .C. V. LIETCII ArXMTOR Xttorsrt Geskrai. SORYETOa QgSERAl. TCBASORER ' Burr, or Pcbuc Iksthuctiox. DELEO ATS TO COXOUESS Boh. TiauroRiAL Prison... J. M. WILSON . .CEO. KOSKUUGE p. J. COLE '. F. J. NETHERTON .. ..N. O. MURPHY ....M. J. NUGENT TUOSOX tAKB OFFICE. Kwmm ..EUGENE J. TRIPPEL. RMUTKa E. R MONK JiMMYER - ' 1 ED. MAYES. Ouit-J States Custom House j Deputy Collector couirrr officers. ....A. C.BAKER OLERK OF DISTRICT COURT C. K. 3UIM.K ) E A IIARASZTHY Chairman, J Supervisors f QANDOLFO, and A. MODESTI. Owns or Board of Supervisors M. L. POOL PRO 4 ATE JUDGE & SOFT. SCHOOUJ, . .. ragffiS tREASURKR r r ' ' J p00I, Recorder;.... . o f"t6VNSRND SURVKTOR V y POTTER eorsTT PaisiciAX , ? G. COTTL.ii PRBCXSCT OFFICERS. GEO. A. DUKE a?:d II. C. DAVIS J jitilco of the Paace ) F. L. EWING, teos of Yuma School DIs. J P. Jg11 city orncERS, 7; R. J. DUNCAN FRED FREDLEY, ( J. M.SPEES2, f JOHN SHANSSEY, ilay&r eouncilmea J F. G. BL.A.ISDE.L.O, ' tiitrat WASTERSON xiity Awornej fir parpfnTEU n Itv Recorder ' V-" iMoisor A i LFVY 4asarer p BUUKE uucuu ....... ... RULES OF POST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 P. m., daily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 a. m. and 0:00 fci 7:00 P. M. Boat-bound mail closes z.t . . . G:2U p. M. West-bound mail closes at . . . 7:00 r. m. Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at 6 P. M. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes at S P. m. Money Order or Postal Notes issued bun- daMailfor Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver district -leaves Yuma Sundays and A ed days at 7 a.m., and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays. Mail for Picacho, leaves daily at 7 a. m. F. B. LOGAN., P. M. Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. 0 U W. meets very Tuesday evening at 8 o clock. Vibit bretheren in good standlug are invited 0 attend. Yours in C. H. and P. D. Mclntyre. M. W. F. B, Wightman, R. C. A. R. J C. Fremont Post, No. 9, meets the Second and Last Monday of each month. U.Stowe. I ' , Adjutant. j iemiiiaunui. M OLLER, L. N.M.D. -A"- . surgooUt JIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, i'UMA, ARIZONA. ROTARY PUBLIC, JAMES H. KINSLERa Can be found at the office ot the Sentinel any hour of the day. jg.ULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office in ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - " ARIZ. JgLLlOTT, TV. H. CIVIL ENGINEER &. SURVEYOR. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Yuma. A. T. TpURDY, SAMUEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. . . Arizona. JL U 111", . TONIGHT, GEO. M., ATTORNKY-AT-LA'V AND NOTARY PUBLIC. (Office next door to Post Office. ) JYuma. ' : Abisosa. G. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT- LAW . YUMA, A. T. ,CHAS. L. BROWN. W. O. HUSQN BROWN &. HUSQN. ATTORNEYS-AT-D AW, .ROOM SIX, COTTER BUILDING E WING, L., .NOTARYTUELIC. Arizona. YuA, SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPAM. COMMENCING Friday, Sept. 25, 1896. TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUIVIA AS FOLLOWS: 71 A A. M. (DAILY) Mixed -U Train for Gila Bend. Tucson. 'DeminK, El Paso, and all way stations. 1 1 .AAA. M. (DAILY) "PACI 8 UU KXPKESS" for Col- ton, L03 Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland aud North, Qgclen and East. r P. M. (DAILY) "NEW tVOO ORLEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa. Tucson, Benson, Demfntr. El Paso. New Orleans and East via the "Suneet Route." 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. DRESSEtt, Agent. Depot. : YuMA T. IT. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. RICHARD GRAY, Gen. TrafT. Mgr. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. SANTA FE, PRESGOTT & PfHENIX R. R. IN EFFECT DECEMBER 25, 1S95 MOUNTAIN TIME IS STANDARD USED. swrirfioONDT " North boun- NO 31 NO 1 I NO 2 I NO 32 STATIONS. Pas Pas Pas I l'as 2 00p 2 26p 2 45p 3 OOp 3 27p '3 55p 4 Wp 4 60p 5 09n 7 OOa 7 17a 7 32a 7 40a 8 11a S S3a 8 55a 9 12a 9 28a 9 45a 9 5oa 10 3a 10 25a 10 52a 11 35a 11 52a 12 12p 12 31p 12 52p 1 OSp 1 3j 1 43p 2 05p 2 Sip 2 45p 3 OSp Lv..Ash Fork.Ar Meath ; Wicklow, .... ...Rock Butte... ...Cedar Glade... Valley Del Rio .Jerome Junction. Granite ... Massicks ... .... Prencott .... Prcscott ..Iron Springs.. Summit ... Ramsprate... .. SUiiU VaUey .. .... Kirkland ... ...Grand View... Hillside ...Date Creek... Martinez .. . .... Congress .... .Harqua Hala.. .. Wickcnhurg .. Vulture Hot Springs Jnnc' ...Beardslcy.... ...Marieuette.... Peoria Glendale . . .-. ....Alhambrai... Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 5 20p 5 05p 4 09p 4 3.p 4 lOp 3 55 p 3 lap 3 30p 3 13p 2 59p 2 40p 2 33p 2 03p 2 Olp 1 33p 1 13p 12 33p 12 12p 11 52a 11 31a 11 10a 10 59a 10 46a 10 2"ia 9 59a 9 45a 9 22a 9 9a 8 50a 8 41a S30a 12C1P 11 3"a 11 18a 11 00a 10 35 a 101Oa 9 08a 9 35a 8 30a 815a 7 45a No 4 - 4 10.1' 3 30p 3 30p 3 OTp 2 38p i.U 1 40p 1 20p 12 52p 1122p 11 50a 11 10a 10 30a 10 05 a 9 45a 9 10a 5 4Sa S 3sa 8 25a 8 OOa 7 43a - 5 2Sp 5S0p No 41 7 OOa 7 30a 7 33c 8 01a SSCa 9 OOa 0 23a 9 49a 10 10a 10 5a 11 30a 11 52a 12 80p lOOp 127p 2 OOp 2 23p 2 33p 3 OOp 3 25p 3 45p 3 3Sp 3 47p 4 OOp Trains Nos. 41 and 42 will run on alternate days. Information as to what day sime will run will be furnished by agents on application. No 1 makes connections at Ash Fork with A. &. P. vestibuleJ limited No. 8 from the east. This is the finest train west of Chicago. Ne. 1 flso con nects with A. & P. No. 2 from the west.- 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 asd 4 A. & P. Ko. 1' reaches .an Francisco 10:45 a. m. second lr.orninir. A. & P. No. 4 is a vestibuled train throughout, lighted with Pintch gas, dining car running through from Los Angeles to Chicago. Dining cars under the man agement of Fred Harvey, with his unexcelled ser vice, care and attention to his guests. Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction with trains of LTnited Verde & Pacific Ry. for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with st go lines for all principal niining camps; at Congress with Stage lines for Harqua Hala, Stanton and Yarnell. At At Phoenix with the .Maricopa & Phoenix Ry. for points on the S. P. R. R. This lino 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. M SARGENT, G. F:& P. A. R. E. Wells, L. M. Murfiiy, Assistant Gen Manager. Pres. & Gen Manager. Pliesnix Ry. TIME TABLE NO. 40. To Take Effect September 25th 1S9G, at 5:00 p. m. The Company reserves the right to vary the same as circumstances may require. DAILY TRAINS. From Phcenix. From Maricopa A. F. & P. 7.15 a. in. 6.40 a. m. 6.05 a. m. 5.35 a. m. 5.15 a. in. STATIONS. . A. F. & P. 9.00 p.m. 9.35 n.m. 10.15 p.m. 10.50 p.m. 11.15 p.m. Lv..Phocnix.Ar ..Tempe .... Kyrene.... Sacaton. . Ar Maricopa. Lv Train No. 1 connects with Southern Pa cific 19, passing Maricopa at 11.30 p. m. Train No. 2 connects with Southern Pa cific 20 passing Maricopa at 4.55 a. m. Connections made at Mesa with stages for Goldfield. Connection made at phoenix with S. F. P. & R. &. for Prescott and Congress. "A" dailv. Trains stop on signal. JL SHAMP, General Superintendent. GRAHAM'S XO THE La Fortuna Mine. TEfflS STAGE WILL COIV IV 13 CI" WITH 0:20 TKAIN 13 A ST 33VJEI5.Y sB2IT AT BLAISDELL STATION. XQTICE TO YOTERS. At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, held on the 13th dav of Anril. 1S00. the following resolution 'was adopted, all members voting aye. Be it resolved that a re-rcgistration of the voters .of the County of Yuma is hereby ordered and the clerk of the Board is directed to publish a notice of said re-registration in the Anizoxx Sentinel, a newspapsr publifhcd in the Village of Yuma for not les$ than four month preceeding the next general election. M, L. Pool, Clerk of said Board. Who can think of some simple thlusr to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may uring you weaun. Write JOHN WKDDEltBURN & CO.. Patept Attor neys, Washington, D. C, for their $1,800 prlzo offer isu? jfct of rro fcvcdrcij IcreKtices watt:2 r TORE! ! . . Don't let anyone fool vou. Re-j member we will give as much with ; every purchase as any Dealer. If theT offer you more, come to us we will do as well or better. A. V0.LPIN, Prop. SOTfCE OF APPLICATION FOR TJ. S. PATENT.--31. A. NO. 052. Survey Xo. 1206. Tucson Land District, ) U. S. Land Ovfice, October 9, 1S93.1 Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the Act of Congress, approved May 10, 1872, Charles J. Reilly, Patrick II. Dun negan, Fred D. Andre, Theodore D. Shreve, Frank L. Andre and AntoneHagely, whose Post Office is Ehrenberg. Ymn.i county Arizona, have made application for a patent for the Cactus placer, bearing gold, ' situate in Plomoso Mining District i uina County, Arizona, and described by the official plat, herewith posted and by the field notes on tile in the qlfyce of the Re gister of the U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, as follows, being survey No 1203: Beginning at Cor. No 1 whence U. S. li. M. 1206 bears S. 81 deg., 10 inin., E. 1817.3 ft.: thence N. 49 deg. 26 min. E., G57.3 ft to Cor. No. 2; thence S. 50 deg. 23 min. E., 1520.14 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence N. 01 deg. 33 niin. E. 1727.5 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N.47 deg. 44 min. E.. 2136.83 ft. to Cor. Ko. 5; thence S. 29 deg. 47 minE. 295.19 ft. to Cor. No. 6; thence S. 41 deg. 27 min. W. G99.1 ft to Cor. No. 7; thence S. 19 deg. 34 inin. W. 425.5 ft. to Cor. No. S; thence S. 12 deg. 23 min. E. G70.7 ft. to Cor. No. 9; thence S. 25 deg. 34 min. E. 1027.5 ft. to Cor. Xo, 10;' thence S. 76 deg. 20 min. W., 564.6 ft. to Cor. No. 11; thence N. 40 dez. 47 min. W., 403.7 ft. to Cor. No. 12; thence N. 32 cleg. 42 min. W. 439.7 ft. to Cor. 2?o. 13; thence S. 85 deg. 38 min. W. 1307 ft. to Cor. No. 14; thence S. 41 deg. 48 min. W. 265..(J2 ft. to Cor. No. 15; thence S. 37 deg. 27 min. E. 376.7 ft. to Cor. No. 16; thence S. 3 deg 8 min E. 992.3 ft. to Cor. No. 17; thence S. 2S deg. 34 min. E. 1257.C ft. to Cor. No. 18. thence S. 25 deg. 49 niiii. E. 562.2 feet to Cor. No. 19; thence S. 67 deg. 45 min., W. 232.67 ft. to Cor. No. 20, thence N. 23 deg. 33 min. W. 1511.15 ft. to Cor. No. 21; thence N. 5 deg. 29 min. W., 600.7 ft. .to Cor. No. 22; thence N. 30 deg. 21 min. W. 1101.45 ft. to Cor. No. 23; thence X.89 deg. 2 min. W.512.5 ft. to Cor. No. 24; theiu-e N. 53 deg. 16 min. W., 1571.1 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Varia tion at all corners 14 deg. 30 min. E. Con taining 120 acres. This claim is located on unsurveyed land in Plomoso Mining Dis trict, Yuma County, Arizona. The location of this .claim is recorded in the Recorder's office of Yuma County, Arizona in Book II of Mines, page 16 et seq. Any and all claimants claiming adverse ly any portion of .said Cactus placer claim (Survey No. 1200) or surface ground, are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States land office at Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, during the sixty days iieriod of publication hereof, or they will -be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. First publication. Oct. 17. 1896. HOT HEW; SEWS TBI AT IS WEWS Wib3Z AKSZOIVAISS H? THEE Los Angeles Times, Full Wire Service. Very Friendly to Arizona Clean and Vigorous. Largest Paper on the Coast. TIic TOES3S is tltc Only Oufsii Paper with : Special A ri. zona News llurea n ;sicl Inllisles Complete Territorial Cor respondence. The TIMES reachers Arizona Points. 24 hours ahead of the San Franoisco dailies, and is 48 to 60 hours ah'-jitd of all papers com ing from the eastward. mm MM - . . BO n Ok Wl ft. By Mail, $9 Per Year. By Carrier 75 Cents Per Month. SUBSCRIBE WITH ZOCAJb AGElfT. 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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 jnlv by Of. H. ZETLIN & CO., Philadelphia. Pa. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-1 tent business conducted lor Moderate Fees. iour Office is Opposite U. S. Patent Office Sand we can secure patent in less time than those? Jremotc from Washington. J Send model, drawing or photo., with descnp-; tion. we advise, if patentable or not, tree of J J charge.. Uur les not due till patent is secured. 1 A Pamphli-t. " How to Obtain Patents," withi ;cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries? fsent free. Address, Opp. Patent Office, Washington. D. C. cksmith r. Sh&p on ftfiain street- OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for. stock. WM. D. LUCE, ASSAYER, MINING ENGINEER AfiD METALLURGIST, Working tests made by Amalgama tion, Lixiviation, Chlorination or Cyanide Processes. MAIN STREET, YUMA. HAIM'S BARBER SHOP, SHAVING AND HAIR GUTTING. ELECTRIC FAN" HOT Mm COLD BATHS In Porcelain ISatli Tub. A. H. HAINES, Pronator. THE GEM, C, V, MEEDEW. PRC,, Rflam street. Clioico WINE, LIQUORS anil CIGARS both Foreign and Domestic brands. NEATLr j&a"i.ix2a.s32a.oca. ill K.ooxks.9 for the accomodation of the public EVERYTHING 3?IS.ST-CliASS in every respect and POPULAR PRICES. G. M. THURL0W, Prop,, MADISON AVENUE YUMA Keeps always on hand tliechoicost brands o WLNES, LIQUORS ; AND CIGARS UUKtS YVHttlt ALL tLOC thilo. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good, ubo Best cough syrup. Tastes uooa. uso gg g Intlmfi. Sold by druggists. E&l piiWm WASHINGTON LETTER. (From Our Bcgular Correspondent.) Wiisliint ui, Oct. 27th, 1S96 Unirn peached snd unimpeach able stands the Republican claim of not less than 270 electoral yotcs for McKinley and Hobart and of a Republican majority of more then 30 in the noxt House. No body knows better than the popo- cratic managers the rockbound foundation upon which these claims are based, and instead of trying to prove them false they are talking wildly i bout Bryan carrying such states as Ne.w York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania-stato;? as sure to go overwhelmingly for McKii ley and Hobart as are Maine and Ver mont. The popocratic demoralisa tion grows greater each day as the election draws near, and odds of 3, 4, and even 5 to 1 are offered by betting men on McKinley's election without securing take re. That tells the story better than columns of type. The man who bets expecta to win and does not allow his per sonal preference or wishes to in fluence his judgment. Thebetting element is backing McKinley simp ly because all their information leads tham to believe that, he is bound to win, and they have sought information just as they would on a horse race, in order that they could put their money on the favorite. But their inability to find men willing to bet on Bryan, even at the big odds now being offered. Virginia is not one of the states which the Republicans have count ed upon, but recent advices make it look as though the Old Dominion would be found in the McKinley column. Mr. Jacob Yost, one of the Republican candidates for Con gress in that state writes: " 1 here are very evident signs of a wane in the silver sentiment, and unless there is. some reaction which we cannot now forsee, out white vote will be greatly increased, and I believe it will be a permanent in crease," and Mr. J. F. Browning, of Dickinson ville, Va., says: "Sound money is gaining rapidly here at present." Mr.' A ' J Rock, of Washington, who has been stump ing in Virginia, says the number of sound inoney Democrats who are supporting McKinley is " con stantly on the increase, and predicts that sound money will carry the state by a subtantial majority. From all over Indiana comes news which indicates .that the state is absolutely safe for McKinley. The following letter from Indian apolis is a fair sample of what is being written from other sections of Hoosierdom: "The raid that Alger, Howard, Sickles and Tanner have made in Indiana has stirred up the patriotism which will make it almost a sure winner. Betting is 2 to 1 on McKinley and l.Gb to 60 on Indiana, and no takers." The Republicans were no.t surprised- to learn that Altgeld's managers had abandoned air hope of carrying Illinois for Bryan and were offering to trade vote for Mc Kinley for votes for Altgeld for .Governor. They Knew tne gain that McKinley and sound money have been making in that state ever since the campaign opened. How great that gain is may be judged from the following letter from Mr. Frank M. Cauger, of Granite City: "Every thing looks favorable here. This county was always considered a Democratic county, but a poll shows 1,000 majority for McKin ley." "A personal friend of President .Cleveland says that he has made up his mind to recognize the In dependence of Cuba,- unless the rebellion is put down by Spain within the next three months, and that a hint to that effect has been given Spain. It being now pretty well under stood.that the Venezuelan Boundary Commission will report in favor of the claims of Venezuela England with a view to saving herself humi liation has decided to agree to arbitration before that report is made. One of the amusing features of the campaign is the publication .of u ...... r B , p.rVnn'R nppllCatlOUS IOr ttlO pOSl- I ti4 0f rrice s.;Ant. for p. Ne?- York Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest TJ. S. Gov't Report 1 mSF a m sg2ggssj IT J ABSOLUTELY Theatre, a few months before he was nominated for President by the Popocratic convention) and after he had attended the Republican jNiationai uqnyention as a news paper correspondent. There is not the slightest doubt of his- having made the application, both verbally and in writing, as the story is vouched for by Mr. W. J . Block, who wa-s a schoolmate of Bryan' and through whom the applications were made. There is, of course nothing discreditable in Mr. Bryan's desiring to become a theatrical press agent; many bright men earn their bread by writing nice things of the stars in the theatrical firm ament, and Mr. Bryan may yet do so. It merely shows that he knew his own calibre better than the Chicago convention did, and there is no d&ubt that the active imagina tion disphiyed in his speeches would prove valuable to him in writing theatrical notices, should that New York manager, who now says that after election, he will give him the job which he tried in vain to get befor he was nominated for President, keep his promise. -0-B. ' ' Your Boy Wont Live a Moonth. So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill St. South Gardener, Mass., was told by the doctors. His son had Lung troub le, following Typhoid Malaria, and he spent three hunched and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who finally gave Tiim up, saying: "Your boy wont Jive month." He tried Dr. King s .New Discovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work a perfectly well man. He says he owes his present good .health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and . lenows it to ho the best in the world for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free at JV". T. Gonder & Co's, Drug Store. To The Soldiers. Ex-Go v. McKinley said to the Sanctusky soldiers' delegation: . It is, indeed, a kind and generous act of comradeship that brings, on this unpleasant day, members of the Ohio so'.diers'from the Soldiers' Home of Sandusky to pay me a visit. M' comrades, I fully and heartily appreciate it. No body of men who visited me during the 'last .three months has given me more pleasure or touched me more deeply than my old comrades. ThirtT-nve years ago, most of you enlisted; thirty-one 3'ears ago most of you mustered out of service. You were then fresh, young, and with the red wine of early manhood mantling your cheeks. You're older now. but your heart warms to your country and the old flag just as it did in '61. You entered the ser vice, not for fame, not for the pit tance that it paid you, not for glory of popular applause, but for .the purest, highest motives of patri otism so that no harm should come to our countrv . That was the motive of every old soldier. Think, what that great army, of which you were part, was willing to do. They were willing to give hfe3. health and strength they- were willing to die that the American union might bo saved. (Great ap plause ) So nigh to grandeur is our dust, So near to God is man,' "When duty whispers, ''Go, thou mii3t," The youth replies, "I can." . And so nearly two millions of men when duty called, no matter what exactions, were ready to an swer the call of the country and, defend the count ry.'jj free 'institu tions. There are now on the pen sion roll of the government more men than enlisted in the war of the revolution, in 1S12, and .the .war with Mexico. There is within about fifty thousand as many men on the pension rolls today as there were in all the wars in which this government engaged from the revolution to the civil war. '' HONEST MONEY FOR PENSIONS. T .-ilwjivs have been in favor of pensioning the deserving disabled soluiers ol the repuonc anu iavor- r i mg their pensions: lam nor m soldiers of the republic and favor- na wder favor nf having their nensions Daid in mom y where value does not depend upp i mere fiat and which cant ot le ,rU?preciated. I am' op-' posed to ru ing down pensions iiv that way. want pensioners, who are among the largest creditor o the government today, a? I want all the creditors of the government,' great or prnall, to be paid the bestc money in the world dollars woififv a hundred cent3 overy day arid, everywhere, (threat applause,) " I am glad to have you here, glad to have this large body of veterangr declare, aa your spokesman does," that they still favor unholding the' country's honor. A culor-bearei during the war, while in front of the eneniy, in. his anxiety to ac complish something, with two or three hundred men marched in front of the lines and on toward thai enemy's works. The general com manding from the rear called ouC: ''Bring those colors back to tho line " The sergeant answered promptly with a voice, the command of which went back to the general quicker than a minnie-bal! "Bring the line up to the color." We are carrying the same old colors today that we carried thirty-five years ago. Boys, bring the line up tr) the colors. (Great applause.) My comrades, I thank you. I beg you to convey to those dear' old comrades who could not come on this inclement "day, my best wishes anql warrnest regards and sincere prayers for their health and contentment. I also bid you to convey to that dear old commander) Gen. Force, my sincero respects and best wishes. I hope you will return with pleasant memories of your visit to Canton. Be bothered -with Inferior goods -when you can get a first-class article if only yoA will call for ft. 1 LEVI STRAUSS & CO'S CELEBRATED COPPER RIVETED J OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PART? Are made of the best materials. Sewed -with tho best threads. " Finished in tho best style. EVERY GAgpKT JBUARAHTEED. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. for a pisturc of our Factory, we" will mail ono to you free! of charge. ' WE EMPLOY OYER 500 jHRLS. LJEVI STRAUSS & CO, SAN FflAflcTcb, CALIFORNIA. City Meat Market. DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Retal Dealer in i BEEF, PORK. MUTTON VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River f Valley received .by xall her,e. TStLct.xx Stroot. 7tuna. XL NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD ENTRY JIO.' 2023. ' Land Office at Tucson, Arizona,) October 4, 1896. 5 Notice is herby given that the fol-lowing-nnmed settler has .fifed notifie of his intention to !ruake' final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before tho Clerk of the District Court, af Yuma, Y.uma County.Ariaoria, on Deceiiib'ei .p, 1S9B, viz., Frisb'y B. Logan, Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, for the S S. E. Sec. 22, and S: i S: W. $ Sec. 23, Tp. 8 S.. &. 23 W., G. S. R. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upi on and cultivation of, said land, viz: Everett E. Stacy, Joseph- D3U, James H. Kinsler and John jf. Speese, all of Yuma, A. T. SuQKTr J. Tht77zij Register.