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TERRITORIAL PRISON.. ....M. J. NUGENT Tucaox land orncE. liKolSTEft EUGENE J TRIPFEL. Usceiver E ft MONK cuir OFFICERS. District Jceoe A. C. BAKER Clerk of District Cocrt C. H. BRINLE :' ( A. MODES ri. Chairman: J. M. Supervisors (SPEESE and T. A. JORDAN Clerk of Board of Sdtertisoos C. P. CRONIN Probate Judge and Sun. Schools...... A. FRANK .Sheriff, Tax Col'r akd Assessor.. Ji. GREEN LLi; Under-Shed iff . . District Attorset isr Uobxty Physician : P. G. COTTER Cenxrr Recorder - t-"i" ?RECINCT OFFICERS. t G. M.THURLOW ' Z urtlce of the .Peace j r WERNINGER. nonatable?. U. 8. WILDER and JAMES JONES. .( F.L. EWING, Trustees of .Ywna School Djst. F. FRED" and CITT OFFICERS, Kayor Counciknea - GJftf -UtcTpcy City Recorder.."..'. Jfilsae3So'r R.J. DUNCAN JACK DUNNE G. II. MILES JOHN SHAN SEY F. G. BLAISDELL ....MURAT MASTERS ON J. H . CARPENTER .B. A. 1IARA.SZTHY T-reasnrcr. Marsb&l.... I. LEVY '.7.7.7 7.7 JAMES KENNEY RULES OF POJST OFFICE. The office is open from 7 A. M. to 7 r. m., fiaily. Sundays from 7:00 to 8:00 A. 21. ind 6:00 to 7:00 r. M. Kast-hound mail closes at . . . -o:2J r. sr. West-bound mail closes at . . . 7:00 p. ' Money Order and Postal Note depart ment closes at G p. M. daily, excepting Saturdays, when ifc.olosc3at S P. M. No ioney Order or Postal Notes issued bun- daMail for Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Sundays and W ed 'days at 7 a. m., and arrives here Tuesdays and Saturdays. ' Mail for Picacho, lcav.es. ctaily at a. m. F. B. LOGAN, P. JM. PwIGHT, JOHN B. ' ATTO IiN E Y-AT-L AW. (Office Cotter Block.) Yoma, - - - Aeizo.va B. A. Hababzthy. J. H. Carpenter. HARASZTILY & CARPENTER. iMINING BUREAU -REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION BROKERS. ELLS, FARGO & CO.'S BDILDIXG'. YUMA, J-OLLER, L. N. M. D. snxgooax. FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN, YUMA, - - - ARIZONA. ROTARY PUBLIC, ' JAMES H. KINSLER. .Can be found at the office ot the Sentinel any hour of the day. JgULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW . practices in all Courts- Business promptly attended to. Office iu ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. -gLLlOTT, W. H. ; CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR. U. S. Deputy 3!ineral Surveyor. Yuma. A. T. JDTJRDY, SA31UEL, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Special attention to Land Business. -Yuma; - - Arizona. .jgNIGHT, GEO. M., ATTOKNEY-AT IAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, (Office next door to Post Office. ) Yuma. : : Arizona. sYUMA LODGE, NO. 7, A. 0. U. Yfr. Meets-every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. ;Visting-Brethren in .good standing are in-viicd-tbatteud. -Yours in 0. H. and P. F. G. Blaisdell, M. Y. R. S. Hatch, R. n?irr.nscnFr..inshi;;rinn. Cascarets are Ihclileal Lasa irrin ur sripe. lict rauto easy natural results. Sam- CO., CIrirasfo. Montreal. Can., orNew Yorh. 217.$ YOU TRAVEL Are you coin? to tnke n trip! Do you suiter from Severe ilcailnchec, Js'ei-vcuMicpa, Sccelck ness or Hxlisuz-UioT r Why not prevent It nil l? using CEJ3Sir.JVX'S -M EXT KOI. IXZJAI. Ett, Iloip that hcnUachf. euro that ncrvmj ,ncit nnd je(vs)clcncs3 by the uso of this Inhaler, the createst ?timulant and preventative known. Wonderful re lief in Hay Fevr and As'hma. tg'Jt'Z) Y IISJSU 52AN'S IXIIAXnK nnd ycu wili always use ii it yen can t jn ii at umcKU tenii rur Ii. itj iscll. CO enh Send fur UocV on fjcntliol, free. CCSUSAX III1CGCO., VK.CtSNES, ir.it. , V. S. A. At Blacksmith Wagon Maker. Shop orj Ef1ain strest OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. Mi irket, DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Betal Dealer in BEEF, PORK. MUTTON VEAL AND SAUSAGES Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. 3VE,iax JSStx'oot:. "S"xa.33a.r MAaiV STKEET, Iesip First. THE FINEST WINES AND IMPORTED CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK. .Restaurant Attached, Phoenix restaurant & Chop House, JO GUM, Prop, MAIN STREET. In connection with the Place Saloon. Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c, served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. 108 CREAM WITH EVERY MEAL OYSTERS, FISH AMD CHICKEN. -Bread, cake and pies for sale. Lunches pnt up to order. Meals at all hours, the day and night. Private rooms for ladies. H. HALEE, DEALER .IN Home Bakery in Conneotion. MAIN STREET, NEAR SECOND PUBLIC OPilVIOiV ! GniOTTo's Stoek to it we cling, for Goons that have the genuine ringCS High class Groceries we get here, un surpassed both far and near 32 Hn Canned Goods, they'res a splendid show, oHirst-class brands whene'er .we g Of Shoes and Hats as, all agree, the choicest quality here we C 'JThe purest bread and Cakes 'twould seem. John Ghiotto's are supremE Frue value in Wines, beyond compare, lirst-cJass Clothing at prices fai It On everj' tiling we can rely, that John' Ghiotto does suppl Y We Have What You Want NEW YORK ILLUSTRATED NEWS The Terror of Fakirs, the Most Lonest Sporting Paper on Earth. Backed John L. Sullivan for $10,000 in His Best Days. Stories About Tenderloin Girls and Live Sensations of the Day. $L for 13 weeks, at the office, or -For Sale Everywhere. ARTHUR T. LU3ILEY. Editor and Proprietor. 240 Broadway, New York. Woirant Agents with good refer ences and Newsdealers in yourlocali 1y. Write to us for special terms. COURT YUMA s NO. 3, F. of A. Meets every Monday evening at8 o'clock. Visiting ' Foresters of America in good standing are invited to attend the meet ings. Yours in L. IF. U. and C J.:rs II. Kinsler, Chief Ranger. O. P. Ckonin, Financial Secretary. H KS&r KxJ A m fct a h wot Is your IiRMlth. Yror happiness Is your streimth. Keep the IIc:irt and Tbront clear nnd uealtuy anil Tonmilnrtanrt brain always atrestand case. CDSIISIAX'S MEHTUOI- Is the creiite-t relief to mankind in nil head troubles. OtfitES COLDS, SOJCE THBOAT, CA TJLKJCK. That awfnl oilor ol CwtJirrU dls anpenrs br Its n?c. Wonderful In Kay Fever ana As;hma. hrnx:ir oxr.x cussssian's. If jen can't gel it at NniFvistn um& for II. H nidi. SO rent, fifiid fcr Dwt-nii Scnthol, fpe. rtwnai:; wuua co., tikckssbs. iku., d. b. a. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATUEDAY. That's man and blissftiJ llfo c! hope Tor v 4 W iwcii sold by every druggist i uniteu absolute tee to money WRITE AKD Fit STEBrjEJTO KEX1EDX COMPAWX, SOUTHERN PfiCIFiO COMPftM. COMMENCING Wednesday, Dec. SO, 1896. TRAINS WJLL LEAVE YUMA A? F0LL0W8: 7:40 Deming, J21 A. 31. (DAILY) Mixed Train for Gila Bend. Tucson. Deming, J21 Paso, and all way stations. 1 1 0(0)A. M. (DAILY) "PACI li.UVFIC EXPRESS" for Co 1 ton, bos Angeic, nanra uar&ani, oan Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. Z.fn P. M. (DAILY) "NEW ti,UU ORLEANS EXPRESS' for 'Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Benson, Lordsburg, Doming, El Paso, New Orleans and East via the "Sunset 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. DRESSER, Agent. Depot. ..... Yuma T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. HN 3Hi DEALER IN General Merchandise ?2y Steele ol" SSrocci'ics ar AS 3iy Ei'y C5ools Eepjiitme?si is Supplied vitlit5ieILiiscBi ttuti La! M f A J Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED B YNEW ARRIVALS who claim to SELL CHEAl'ER. I Will Not Be Undersold. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts. THE GEM, C, -V. MEEDEN, PROP.. EVlain street. Olzolce WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS EVERYTHING in every respect and POPULAR PRICES. RUBY BALQOfC FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK. PRIVATE CARD RGGRTaS. The only saloon in tojvn where you can sit bc-neath the branches of the orange and lemon tree and drink a refreshing glass of ice cold lemonade, beer, wine of any kind or smoke a fragrant cigar. CrX""S7"33 ZOCZU wSk. T.j. MAIN STREET. YUMA, ARIZ. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. COMMUTED nOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 2570. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, " May 17,1897. J Notice is hereby given that the following named settlur has filed notice of his intention to make final prcsjf in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made before the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Ari zona, on July 5, 1S97, viz: Charles D. Oaker, Yuma, Yuma County, Arizona, for the S. E. Sec. 27, Tp 8 S , R. 23 V., G.andS. R. M." .. He names the .following witnesses to prove his continu?us residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Cornelius P. Cronin, Harry W. ilcKean, John ii. Wright and Samuel Purdy all of Yuma, Arizona. Eocene J. TriWel, Register. ANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN OR woman to travel for responsible established ; ouso in Arizona. Salary S7S0, payable $15 weekly end exponas. Position permanent. Reference., hwcloso self-addressed stamped envelope. Tlie Na-'. tiouai, siar Building Chicago. "Independent in All what 400,000 former Tobacco USERS say afcc:rt M45-TO-BAC, the Avonderfua original guarcnteed tobacco habit care. is the Greatest NERVE BUILDER Known, fas- woman alilcs, anc! brings nsw to inany .who havo Jost happiness.' it restores I in V( d Vy .FT.r; fcayo 'destroy eJ it. .'AV; JAW c itates undo sruar&r:- t.4f cu refunded MEM V rOP.DGOXLET KE SAKPLE. Chicago, Montreal, Cn., or i'ew XorS. &5 YY'ASHlN'iTON LETTER. (From Our lU'Kular Correspondent. 'Washington,' Juno 21th', 1897. T,he Territory of Hawaii. .How does that sound? It is coin" to be the next addition to Uncle Sam's family. Ii is now known, although no official statement har. .been made, that a tteaty for the annexation of Hawaii will be sent -to the Senate in the near future, probably .before the close of the present session of Congress. There is very little, if anv. doubt of the ratification of that treaty, as thft sentiment of the Senate-, regardless of party is over whelming' in favor of the annexa tion of Hawaii; but owing to the difficulty of keeping a quorum of the Senate in Washington after the tariff bill has been passed, the treaty will hardly be acted upon until the regular session of Con gress, even it sent m at tnis session. President McKinley will return from Jiis trip to the Nash.ville ex position tomorrow, and the White House, which has been quite desert ed by all but the sight seerers .y.'hile he has been awav will again take on an air oi uusmess. The attempts of some of the Democratic Senators to explain that they are not protectionists, although they have voted for protection for the products of their states, have been more or less Judi- crous. senator Mctimerv, oi ija.. . . r m f r is the only one of them who has come out squarely for .protection, Ithough a number of them have oted for it in particular schedules. He said in reply to the taunts of Senators Jones, of Ark., and Vest,; 'Considering the vast interests Louisiana has;in rice and sugar,, considering the output of her saw mills, her salt and sulphur mines, is there any reason why the Demo cratic party of'my state should not be committed to protection? Not high protection, but such protection as is consistent wiin revenue neces sities . This, also, I believe, is the doctrine of the Republican party . Call it what you will, protection, revenue duty with incidental pro tection, or anything else, large amounts must be raised, and there is no reason wnv tne lmmsincs oi the South should not be protected." The Democrats took advantage of the agreement of the Republican Sfnator.s to shorten the ta rift" de ate as much as possible by not making speeches or taking part in con troversies, to make a number of statements concerning the sugar schedule which has been adopted by the Senate, that they must have known were untrue. The only one of their statements that any at tention was paid to was that as serting that the new sugar schedule would give the American sugar re finers more protection than the schedule for which it was substitut od, and that was only replied to in directly by Senator Allison, who stated that the new schedule would give the American sugar refiners less protection than the one aban doned, and t,hat it would be shown by indisputable evidence as soon as a statement now being prepared by unprejudicied experts could be completed. Senator Allison's word was enough for the Senate which adopted the new schedule. The object ot the Democratic Senators in talking to deley pro gress on the tariff bill is obvious. It is estimated that every day the bill is delayed means a loss to the .,firnmfin f, nf nf least SlOO.OOO-in duties, atld the more that IS lost ill . that way, the better prepared will - . i h s" r. El BV.3 (A are Tilings, 99 JUNE 28. 1897, be Democratic stump speakers to . charge the new tariff .with not pro- UUOIU CllUUU IUVC1JUC .UUlllI lit first nine months or a year. Of course intelligent people will know that advance importations under present duties will prevent the new tariff showing what i.t .can do as a revenue producer for sometime af ter it goes into effect, but intelli gent people are seldom or never in fluenced by the .unjtr.ustwor.thy statements which form such aoo.n spicious feature of Democratic stump oratory; it , is the unintelli gent and poorly informed class which is led astriU' by such talk." It has been denied that Bryau- ism stood for repudiation but it cannot be denied that a bill intro duced by Representative Bell, of Colorado., a Populist decipje of Bryan, provided for partial repudia tion, pure and simple. His bill provides .for scaling the debt .of the U. S., which is represented by the ??62,315,400 worth of bond .ip?uejl by the Cleveland administration in February, 1895,' by directing the Secretary of the Treasury "to pay not less than one-ha.f of the in terest and principal of said bonds m standard silver dollars." The part of Mr. Bell's repudiation scheme is that he only specifies that it shall include one of the Cleveland bond issues. The bill will not be heard fmm again, but it shows the spirit of Bryanism and is therefore worth mention, as a warning of what might be expected should Bryanism ever get on top. In the Probate Court of the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the Estate " of James Maey, Deceased. ' Order to show cause why order ot sale of Mining property should not be mafje. Isaac Polhamns, the administrator of the estate of James Macy, deceased, having filed his petition herein, duly verified, praying for an order of sale of certain mining claimes belonging to said estate, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by said court that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear -before this court on the sixth day of July, A. D. 1S97, at 2 o'clock p. rn. nf of said day, at the court-room of said Probate court to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell said mining claims at private sale; and that a copy of this order be published at least four successive weeks in The Arizona Sentinel, a weekly newspaper printed and published in the village and Countv of Yuma, said Territory. Dotted June 4th, 1897. A. Frank, "Probate Judge. Indian Conservatism. From Northern Arizona comes a report illustrating the strong In dian characteristic of conservatism. The Interior Department has been considering for some time a project for the consolidation of the tribes of that region, the JJualapais .Xava paies, Chumehuevas and Mohaves. The plan with the cooperation of the Indians concerned would be ex cellent, but .that, it seems cannot be obtained. It provides for a great canal from the Colorado river for the irrigation of the valley, the land to be farmed by the tribe3 mentioned. Inspector Duncan has been interviewing the Indians. The hatred between hill and valley tribes -prevails there that is found between the Pimas and Apaches in the southward. The Hualapais, a hill tribe, announced at once that no inducement could take them to the valley among the hated Mo haves, and that they would run afray the first night if put there. Another tribe that is well content where it is is the Yava-Supais, the last of a fine race, as Indians go. They have never asked'-the govern ment for anything, and only desire now to be left alone. They occupy 500 acres of land in the beautiful and mysterious Cataract Canyon, one of the tributaries of the sublime Grand canyon of the Colorado. They worship its rocks and asso ciate their regions with its incom parable waterfalls. "We wili not gn," said they. "When your troops have killed all our men, then you may take our women and children. , We men will die here in our can yon home." Probably the inspector will re port unfavorably on the coloniza tion scheme, lie is expected to re commend the erection of an Indian school for 175 children at Kingman or Hackberry. Los Angeles Times. marWTTM irm-.p. -"ill ODD FACTS ABOUT DIAMONDS. People Have Beea linown to swailojy Diamonds in Order to Save Tlieci. Diamonds are rather plentiful nowadays, said Richard Burlsett, the veteran jeweler, to a St. Louis Globe-Democrat man, but, like real ly great men. there are very few largo ones. We all know of the Koh-i-noor, the whilom treasurer of the kahn of Persia, and again the great orange diamond, now in Possession nf thft fierm.in on-inni..-,.. but the largest diamonds, are not alwaj-s finest. So.m.etimes a -large diamond fails to sparkle properly, lacks radiance and color. Such stone upon being divided will often make several very .brilliant and valuable small diamonds, whose aggregate value would be more than the gr.eat colorless original. In the yarly dawn of civilization diamonds were the cause of more crime than ' even gold or silver. They have been swallowed for safe keeping, frequently causing death. Murder after murder can be traced to one or the other of these great diamonds as the primal cause. Some dire, state intrigues and plots have a diamond for the center or nuclens. One of the finest diamonds in the world was found not long since in the Brazilian sands. It came in a novel form. A small quartz rock was found, about the size and shape of an egg, lying in the sands along the bank: of the Amazon, in Brazil. This was carried home by a Brizilian peasant, who was at tracted by its odd shape and light weight. For some time it lay in his home, with a number of other geological specimens, a mere curi osity. Happening one day in handling it to drop it on a stone block it burst open and lay in hal ves on the block. The hollow in terior that gave the light weight to the stone was filled with blood-red sand. In this sand lay the dia mond, a sparkling stone of the rar est quality. The stone was later sold to a diamond merchant and left the finder exceedingly wealthy. It is .safe to say that the next egg shaped stone found in -that section will not .long remain unbroken,, and now that the quality and value of a diamond so formed is well knpyn the next finder wili realize a fortune out of it most certainly. A Yaluable Prescription. .Editor Morrison of Washington, Ind., -'Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Eleotric Bit ters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as n general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. 'Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could, not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and "felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bitters restored h"6r health and renewed her strength'. Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a Bot tle at W. T. Gonder & Co. 'a Drug Store. The Peralta grant of 50,000,000 acres in Arizona, in which Phoenix, the capital of that Territory, is situated, and also a great portion of the Gila river valley, in which a large number of valuable farms and towns exist and have their being, is about to come up in the courts again to be litigated, and this time, it is thought, successfully. The heirs of said grant live at San Luis Potcsi. Mexico, and the eminent Mexican attorney, E. D. Garza, whp.doea business in ,San Antonio, Texas, and Monterey, Mexico, is in El Paso on his way to New Mexico, to file the claim before the land court now sitting at Santa Fe, for the heirs of said grant. He says that the grant was original ly given to Marquez Falces de Peralta, Baron de Arizona, by the FACTORY-S ATI T R.A d e ofpee riveted W1M .OVERALLS Am SPRING BOTTOM PANTS EVERY GARMENT EMPLOY OVge NO. 32. jplil Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for its great leavening'strength and healthfuineso". Assures the food against alum :vnd all forms of adulteratioa eominon to the cheap brand. , ROVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK Spanish government, for services rendered the queen, in 1774, and' that the title is as clear as the noon day sun. ' : ' Attorney Garza, who is on his way to New Mexico, to represent the Pe raita heirs, .is very enthusiastic over the matter., and having as he has, a clear chain of title signed by the queen herself, properly au thenticated and designated onold maps oi tne grant. Mr. b-arza thinks that he will be able to establish the Peralla grant beyond the possibility of a doubt, as he 'has am pie authorities at his command to convince any- court in this coun try, of the genuineness of the grant and of the legitimacy of the heirs of the same. Albuquerque Citizen.' Theory About Bee Stings. Correspondence of Science. It isa iactnot generally known that if one holds his breath waspsj bees and hornets caii be handed with impunity. The skin becomes sting proof, and holding the insect by the feet and giving her fulf lib erty of action you can see her drive her weapon against the impenetra ble surface with a force which lifts her body at every stroke: but let the smallest quantity of air escape from the lungs and the sting, will penetrate at once. I have never seen an exception to this in twenty five .years' observation. I have taught young ladies with very del icate hands to astonish their friends by the performance of this feat, and I saw one so severely stung as to require the service of a physician-, through laughing at a witty re mark of her sister, forgetting that laughing required breath. For a theory in explanation, I am led to believe that holding the breath partially closes the pores of the skin. My experiments in that di rection have not been exact enough -to be of any scintific value, but I am satisfied that it verv sensibly affects the amount of insensible perspiration. ' ' ' o JFor Over Fifty Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, 'with perfect success. It sooths the child,, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhaea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle." Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. . A Queer River. There is in Spain a river called Tin to, which has very extraordinary qualities: its waters, which are as yellow as a topaz, harden the sand and petrify it in a most surprising manner. If a stone falls into the river and rests upon another they both become perfectly united and conglutinated in a year. It withers all the plants on its banks, as well as the roots of trees, which it dyes the same hue as iti waters. No fish live in iti waters. FRANCISCO - CAL. MARKi GUARANTEED. . r.