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SAlUitUA. NOV 7,- l&yti.
E.sj"V of ZVenv jm . If aubsciibers order the discoiiauuaapat -news-gapers,, the publishers may continue to sead them until all arrears ges arupuii If subscribers rsfasear neglect to take their news papers from the aiice to which they aro sent, they are held responsible ui.til thev have settled the "bills aul orjwrcd them discontinued. IV subscribers move to otlier places without in lorming the publisher, anJ thp newspapers are sent to the former place of residence they are ti Qn re.-, tponbible PRESIDENT MK1XLEY. TROS PER1TY AND PROTECTION. New York state gave MeKinley -250,000. But the Keystone k:.-m-Baw New York and went, hor 9,000 better. No flies on old Pennsyl vania.. The Qnre.11 of England rect-ivo-from the Civil List 00,000 a year, or $300,000, ns y:ilnn and there are extensive provisions made fo: house foom, provision?, and servants. Besides thi, the Queen is enorm ously ricii, hor private income he ing one of the handsomest of any royal or iiohle family in Europe. There are now 1,062,700 mile- of telegraph lines in existence, more than half of them, 545,600 miles, being in America. Europe has '380,700 miles, Asia 67.400, Aus tralia. 47.65)0. and Africa 2 100 The United States leads the list of countries with 403,900 miles, with Russia second. Governor Pranklij j-ays in his report to the Secretary of the In terior; Arizona produced over five millions of gold during ihe li-cal year ending June 30, 1896. thu Arizona's milling interests are marching to the front and attract ing the attention of the capita of the countrv. FeoM the returns received to date Mark Smith has undoubtedly carried Yuma county. The Republicans were handi capped ly di-satisfaction among themelve-: the opposition of the Southern Pacific, company: t he ' r ritorinl pri-on and 1 hi eats from ihe friends of Governor Franklin t'm .if Ynma count' went again si Mark Smith it would cause the re moval of the Territorial prison from Yuma, these are the direl -.reasons why Ynm county went Democratic. ELECTION RETURS. Chicago. Nov. 0 The returns from ihe entiie country, although incoiu plete in some Stales, arc of a. nature to injure .the eb-riion if MeKinly A sufficient number of Rt:ito.j have ile Clar'-d for the Rep'ill;can p'uty to make certain of 264 votes in ilv ele.c tor.il collepe for it--leader. The Slater whose votes are sure for him ar as I follows; iCali'ornia 9 -Connecticut...... 0 Delaware 3 IllinoH.. 24 Indiana.,. ,15 Iowa ........ : IS Maine 6 Maryland 8 Massachusetts 15 Michigan 14 Minnesota. 9 New Hampshire " . . . 4 New Jersey 10 Nexv York 30 STorth Dakota 3 Ohio v 23 Orpgon 4 .Pennsylvania 31 Jthode I-land .... 4 South Dakota . ...... 4 yriiint '. West-Virginia...... 0 tJVisron in 12 Total 264 The returns show inter -sti-ig fent-.-4ires and in some respect? have 1 pen a --urpiic-e to the l-.vlers of both poliii- cal par;bii. THE SEX.LTS REPUBLICAN. "From the returns thn far recriv d from Wjrhiugton, I) C, the .next Senate uiil probably st:-nd ;as flJows: Republicans 42, De mocrats 32, Independents and Populists 11, doubtful 5. In tln: currency jjuetioii the Senate un idoubtedy has ;in anti silver ma "jority. The dot"4tful States are D-.-la ware. Kansas. JKnijidcy North Carolina and South D.-diot:. 'I he Repnb icai.s wruld need Aa wiih tffehe Ylae-Pi-e.-'dont tf) control Uie -Senate. The Republicans who bolted the St. Louise ticket and platform are classed as indepen dents. These are , Tel hlr. Dub .is. Mantel vnd :Ca.uuon. A pot her "iUtah Senator, to be elected to sttic ceei Brown will undoutedly be .nde:ndet. - COST, 451 YALSJEOF CANALS, Thf nanal. . wit)., almost n hundred tuiies.ofconliiuious dig vii:r, -o.;v abont $100,000,000; of -jis.nra ?30,00O.(J00 w s wasted in interest comini--ions, changes of location and had management. That canal has now a trattio of nearly nine million ton- annually, and according to the North Amer ican lUoicw, it mu-t be si e-dih enlarged to accommodate the com merce that is crowding through it to the western coast of the Pacific ocun. Tim Nicaragua canal has twenty-i. ine and a luilf miles ol canal pri-m, nrasial line. Of thi one-third is very light dredti'ng The total length of this transit fioni sea to sea is l(5i)4 miles; of this line 155 miles is ,-hu k water naviua tion at an 1. valion of 110 f et ibove tin level of the sea. This Mini 11 iift is overcome by six lack.- three on either .-ide of the Lake. The e itire cost of the canal ready for use, as estimated by Mr. Men ocal allowing 25 per ce.nl for con tingencies, is .165.084.1 76 A b-ard of five oilier great-engineers went over Mr. Menocal's uieasuremei.ts ami estiinates with great care, and .ut of ahundant caution, and not b.-can-e of any Mibstantial change in his figures, they add (1 to his estimate another 20 per cent, fir O iljnreiicb's. and so changed hi. stiniair a to na e the total cost of the cau.-.l, ready fir service. -I'ST.-799.570. It seems that this may he reason able accepted as the outside cost of 'the canal. Hut, ifueiunup the conjectural cost tu $100.000 000. if built for that sum, it muM. be the most valuable property in ihr win Id fur its m ig mule. Tin tonnage annually can scar- -ly f;i 1 below th.-.tof the Suez canal, fl wilt giadually excted ihat amoni t. If it i- two thirds as gieat as thai hich passe:) through the St Marv's canal on the lake it wiil equal 9,000,000 tons. Win) does not know that it mu.-t e great -r tha the ! radio supplied by a small area of inland Coin. try? A jn.-t es timate would be fixed confidently, by the nios! can fi! ami hesitating peiso s at y.UOJ.000 ton.- per an oiini, to .-ay nothing of income from passengers of whom swarm w.l. emigrate to the Pacific Coast On this e-timate we con id place he tolls at the. rate of 1 per ton. :uid re.il z- -IOjJ.UOO per nninim F.-iLe $ 3.000,00 ) of thi-i -um f. maintenance of the canal, which aviH notexceel half that, sa n; :?3,- OJJ.OOO for in'.eresX oiA Xlu; bonded debt, and $3,000,000 for tlit stock holders, and we Kill have a lesilit that should excite the cupidity of the m-'St gra-ping speoul..tor Bu thn true fri-nd of iht industrial and comm ivial ; eople will see ii this result a saving to industry and i'O'ii nuM'f e nf iiiniv? lli:i.ti ioim bill" the charges for tonnae t!iat. ar now paid to the Suz canal. If the United ?tatcs is the owner of rSO.100 000 of ihe $100,000,000 ol the stuck in this ran. I. and if it cost $10.1.000,000 to build it 1 1ndivid-mis on that $80,000,000 o" tqjj. etnplov.-d in a inkinr fund and invested in tin- hoj.d- of tin company, would pay the enti: co-t of cou.-t ruci o: and the in to est of the bonds in lss than lifiy vears. S. P. EaRXISUS. The anitual report of the Smith ern I'acirio company f.r t!e yeai endinjr .hinc 3-'. KS06 just fih-d. with the hoard of California tail road commissioners, shows a com paratively sma ! surplus from lh year's oppraiii. but the re.-u It are inore sati-factory than tho-e foi-;tlie .vear ending .June 30. 180-5 which showed a cou-ider.tble de ficit. The earnings and expense. ar shown in the rep u-t to be a fullows: Pacific sysiejn inc'mliug all lines west t-f lil Pasnui-d Og !" passenger earning--, $11,991,292. 36; freight earning--, $19,675.69.2 51; other earnings, Sf560.6'J8.50j; gro-s earnings fr m operation of Atlantic system, .f: eight and pas senger. $4,020.106 07; total gins? eauiiis f Pacific. ,and Atlati!i system-, $36,347t4Jl 52; operaiin. expenses, Pacific .system. $20,955. 812.64; Atlantic sysie.in' $2.539.. 785 7 1 ; tot .1, $23 496 598 On; le v : ing an income from o. (-ratio s. :. fo low-: P.tc'fi system, $1 1.269. 81182; Atlantic sy.-tem, $1 4S1 021.36; total income from opera tions, $12,750,833.18; inc-me fron other p-'Utces Pacific system .763,-550.3 ; .Atlantic system. $272. 881 39j toial.'$l:,037431 76, making a. total income froa; both . Pacific and Atlanticsyr-teins of $13,7C,-264.94. Turn v Rasoa's out. Thertc will, he a mro ing.-of fl-o o'd (MciC'-d cia-d at hdan 2t Tuesila . Nov. 10th. Tr is c n e !e 1 t a ro'nawk h s the handsonv-st "Sc.hoo' Ma-nY' in Yuma county. The in xt ir.-u" wiil be t' e ' ity eh(?r?nM. which no doubt w. 1 b very interesting. MoIOn ky's mnj rity of the 10 Jpuhir v. will 1 e t-emem'on--, b- t it will take time to figure it it- mav reich I n0 'MVi or President Cm vhi.a.m issued a prodam-it ion desi'jating Tiiur 'I iv, ti o 26 h. in-t:., to hp observ. d by ThanksL'i i ii ami pray r thro:g.h'-m lb- land I Tiiavks t the misuirded, rene ga le, gra -shopper R-pnbb-ans, orr court ho ise w.ll he filled xHh Democratic odijiaN for the next two Vf.l'R. TflE late.-t legislative fi tires ft- m i '..?:.. fi-,;., .1 i K. I punilcaiis Will have control ot the lejisiature in both houses, ha vim; a msjoiityof twenty-six on joint baiiot. As usna', the Democrats got away with tin- best offices in Yuma county. JoeXiig.,,t. Chairman of the Democratic County Co -tral Commit'ee, proved himself t be ua Mark Ifanna" in Yuma county nolitics in the I ! ejectio-i. G0LD2.Y CR053 .UIXES.- Receiver W. V Stewart of the Gdde i Cns. mines situated 20 miles rior ih of Yuma has rendered a report of ids wor' fur uy( months ending O.-t. 15th. The r-.-port shows a iot.il of $18,455.56 re eivei and accuinted fr during these two mouths; $20,058 p iid out lor Uh r in the same lime. 148 -n the pay roll a id $1 1. 3") I 22 in c.-i-h on hand n.r.v. He announces that he is ab ut to pay $1,815.40 b.i k taxes 1 ft imp iid "by his prodeccs o , ami that from what he. can .t e now ; fte.- November 15:h he c n begin tl e wor. oi c t suing up ihe iudobttd ess that lungs over the mine ami the trustee., at the r..te o " $20 000 per month. The Quern mine which has been abmdoned for ne.i-lv a vear. the timbers hav ing c night fire and burned up. has been retimbesed .-.nl a 16-foit ledge of go nl ore. ju.-t develo)ed. n the tiOh- mine extensive ledg s have b e developed with snlfic ent ore insight tikeeu ihebg 00-.-tamp mill running full time for the in-xt six months- Two Cups in One PRinr nF mmm Choice, tender, young f lea leaves, .the first pick- ings of the crop prop- ! ciiy cured and packed as f coon as picked never touched again until open- ed by .the consumer. Re- suit, the .fragrance and f strength of two cups of f ordinary tea i:i one cup of t Pride or Jaorn. i Jlzk your grocer for it "f.l. J. BRANDENSTE1N & CO. San Francisco end YoVohcna Vi)R S'.LE OR .JtE2fT. Four ac;e tov"n Uui improved inder ditch; four-n om hnisc; tv and half acres of alfalfa; jhree h.undred choice table gr:tps; 2l' fin H trees, variety of sm.tll fruits; wo.Ayell-- of go (! water and garden and Inquire of ' W. A. IIakaszthy. "Bow to Cure ail.Skin;J)iseases." Simplv apply "SwAT.vh's Oistmen-t." No internal ncdic ne required. Cures tetur, ectonn, itch, all rupUous on the fa;e, hand-i, n.v-e, Jiavlugthe ski i vl :ar, nhite and liealrhy. Its iireat boiling nd curative powers arj possessed by no-,other. ia:Jy. Ask our dru'jrbt for Swat.ve's Oisixsxt. WW i i Made and Merit Maintains thecqnfidencQ of the people in Hood'a Saraaparilla. If a medicine cureo you when sick; if it makeo wonderful cures every where, then beyond ail question that medicinepossesses merit. That is ju3t the truth about Hood'a Sar saparilla. "Wo know it possesses merit because it cures, not once or twice or a hundred times, but in thousands and thousands of cases.' We know it cures, absolutely, permanently, when nil others fail to do any good whatever. We repeat Sarsaparilla Is the best in fact tie One True Blood Purifier. fj 11 T-fcii cure nausea, indigestion, ilOOQ S r'llIS biliousness. Scents. Piles! Tiles! Iteuiug Piles. Symptoms MoUtute; intense itching anflstinLing-; mist at nigh-: wo'se; bv scratchinj?. If allowed to continue lienor form, -vlri.th often b'eo.l an 1 ul cerate, heoomiiii- verv sore. S:rAV.n's Ointment 'tp,w .the it hiiiu' and tile-d.njr. hocb uK-crAtion. and in most cases removes tl-e tumors. At. dr;tr- i t.s nr liv nii.il. for 5-.) rents. Dr. bwaync & Son, Chllatlcl 4ia. PIONEER LIVERY FEED & SALE STABLE, FIKSTST., I5.-:T. -MAIN ST. XD MADISOX AVE., DAN DE YD RE, Proprietor. Carriages, Buggies, Hors'-s and s Tcjiijjs furnished to order. A'so careful drivers when desired. Hay and grain for sale. Stable room furnished. Charges Reasonable. ALU DKVLER IS i CHOICE - GROCERIES. Home Bakery in Conization. MAIN STKKET. KEA It SECOND J (J) H Ph H M W w Q t i H W PC w W o m ETV n CP O CO m o 3 3: fl CO Ziaam i-a E3 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, HOMESTEAD EXTKY NO. 2023. .Xantl Office at Tucson. Atiznna 0. t)ber 24, li-flfi. NoMee.i-s-herhy given t l:t the lol-lowing-namel..setil r has fill d no h e of his intention to make rn '1 j r-ot in support of his claim, and that sai-1 proof will lie male lef-re the Cbrk of the Dist ri.-t Court, at Vu i;i, Vnina X-o''ntv,Aii,:oiia, on Decern' er S.rlfcV.h'i viz, Frishy 0. Logan, Vunia, Vunur County, Aiizou i, o- the S S. E. .t3ee. as, an I S. ? W $ Sec. 23, Tp. 8 S.. K. S3 IV, U.S. 11 .V. He itaincs ihe following witnrs-'es to :o e In- continuous tcsidence up on a liil.c l.tivation f, sail laud, iz: Eveiett E. 'Stacy, Jo-eph D. Bell, James H. Kin,-b"r Jind John. Al. Speese, all of Yuina, A . T. Eugene J. Tkippbij, llcister. W ANTED SEVEli. L FAITHFUL MEN OH woman to tr..vel fo.- res.jonsihle csiablisha I house in Ari .ona. S .la y 373 ), payable 81S weekly and expenses. Poi ion' peraianent. Reference. EnclDse tielf-atldressed V.Ump-.d envelo. e. Tho Natioual.SUr Buildmsr, Chicago. - - ; ARE YOU GOING EASTOR NORTH 4 r IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS . VIA FBOM mmm OR trough Coaches Chair Gars Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Daily, TI3IE CAHIS S!S:5-02JK PURCHASS.TiG TICKETS TIL'AIfT OTIZES ROUTE. For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: E. COPLAND, .GEa'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX. Yuma Lumber Co DEALERS I?V SASH 300RS AND BLINDS, CEMENT AND Address, F. L. EWTXG, T ! 1 r M. A. 33o.dlY, Prop. North Main Street, Los Angeles, California. Qenirallu Located; First-Class Dining Eooius Attached; Rates from, $1.25 to $2.00 per day. Rates for Rooms, without meals, for one pprson, 50c, 75c. and $1. . ' . .WE KNTERTAIlF pN B9T11 THE AMERICAN AND-EUROPEAN PLANS. - - W. K. Browning Chief Clerk. v ALTHEE - THE plOAJEE Ry-EB.CAWTILE QLSfe OF YUMA Oorner of JF'Xr&'t OLE-SALE -Dealer GROCER, EES AND DRY GOODS, HAY, GRAIN Fjiesh and First-Class goo Is, Store in Tovm - ALTHEE ,1; msi WIQDESTI ' "4 1 ' . . FOOT OF MAIN ST. nit i EL PASO, W. R, BROWN, TRAY. AGTj EL PASO, TEX. LME. WROUGHT-IRON PIPE AND FITTINGS. Manager. , X;uVa, A.T. ELjVIO hotel, RHODE ST i - CntmjTY,- -cixxca. 2VflI,ix3. Steete AND RETAIL in AND LUMBER. F300TS AND SHOES, ETC. and -Prices as low as a7ij Givenh& ,a Call. - - YUMA, A. T. tin ii iiiifii. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE We wish to respectfaliy infor public that we are daily recelyipf NEW SUPPLIES or f IBM llllllISS -AND PROVISIONS Our stock is fully assorted .and wells cl, consisting ol DRY f GOODS, FAryCY GOODS. Olottiliis? LADIES' and GENT'S FORNISHING GOODS GENTS AND BOYS HATS, BOOTS a 5HGESS Hardware, QUEENSWARE WOODEN-WAKi and WiLLOW-WRE, PISTOLS AND CARTRIDGES, Tobacco, Cigars, Foreicjn and ttoip tic 7ineB and Liquors, Milvrf. kee and St. Louis Beer. Tho continuous increase of out tra$ is sufficient guarantee that thjj public is fully convinced ef our fair and honest dealings. GOODS ARE DELIVERED AJg DEPOT AND ALL PAETS OF THE TOWN FREB OF CHARGE. CANNED .6009 OF ALL KINDS; ' ' .DRIED and PRESER VED FRUITS and JELLIES, SOAPS, and CONFECTIONERY, Attached to cur store wo ktw lirst-class Conducted by a No. 1 baker. O proiuptly filleal. MEDICINES, s0.O3c. Mrirs. 423. eft SOOZld. St275t JB ex y r v Vtai V - j -i4T sic tea nay