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SATURDAY, JULY 3,1897.
.. liaiv.of iSfiWpapei:s, If subscribers order the discontinuance of news papers, the publfehcrs may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. M sabseribers refuse or neglect to take their news yipers from -the o.'lcc to which they are seat, they are held f'wusiblc until they have settled the bills And ordered theai discontinued. If subscribers move to other places without in forming the publisher, and the newspapers are sent to the former place of r.eidcnccsJthey are then re sponsible. Ox the 4th page we print this week seven columns on the re sources of Yunja County, mining, agriculture and other resources, and it will prove a valuable source of information to those looking to ward this count for a home. The Sentinel is for Yuma County, first, lust and all the time. Ex-queen "Lil" is kicking, evi dently, and believing her own say so, she's got a kick coming. It all amounts to a mere bagatelle of 20, 000 a year, an amount that we wouldn't have time to bother about, and also a big back-number bill in washing, left by her "great and good friend G rover' The Tucson Star, the leading Democratic new? p.-. per of the Ter ritory, says: The Arizona governor ship fight is a disgrace to even intelligent and honest voter in the Territory, regardless of politics. While the Territory should be making records and history to be used as a proper prospectus in favor of statehood, a gang of in dividuals who never did a hard, honest day's work for a living, are bus' keeping up a political stench, nauseating even to the vilest. We notice in many of our Ter ritorial exchanges adverse mention of a certain '"wave of prosperity." I We wonder if our valued Territorial friends, wh?n they launched into the newspaper business found prosperity right at the start. We wonder if they didn't have to reach for it. Now in regard to that "wave of prosperity," we will say a word. Braustreet for May and where could one find .an' author it' more cold-blooded puts the volume of business, as compared with that of last year, as about twenty per cent better, the number of employed men, at several thousand more, and furthermore the whole report is confirmed by Dun. And all of this only 4 months after the ad ministration. Will the Territorial auditor as ex-officio bank examiner, please count the money in the Territorial treasury, and on the same day count the cash in the bank in which it is deposited, and see hoy the ac count stands, and don't let -them have time enough to ship in a lot of Gom from Los Angeles banks, to make up -deficiencies. Strike them cold without a moment's warning. If this be doi e the cause of the .fight against McCord's confirmation may become suddenly apparent. 'There are some scaly rumors afloat .-about shortages in the Territorial -treasurer's fund. They may not be true, but the total irre.-ponsibili-,ty of that ufficial, and the question table character of some of his bonds men, are cnu.e of alarm on the part of the Territory Tucson Star. Chief Justice Baker retires in a few days from the office which he has filled for the pnt four years with much credit to himself and the .people of the District. While as a Republican, of course we like to see the office filled with a Repub lican, but at the same time we ap preciate worth wherever we see it and are happy to take this occasion to add our tribute to the legal and executive abilities of Judge Baker. In this county he has reduced the .court expenses over one half, and at.thesamc time has given satis faction not only to the people but to the lawyers, a difficult thing to ,do. When the Judge makes a ..decision it so clear and logical that even the layman can nnder--stnnd and appreciate, and the iitiganfs go avsay, satisfied. In the -four years he has .occupied the position as Chief Justice we have never heard a complaint against him from any source, something we have never known in the history of Arizona before. The new Chief .Justice has a hard pair of shoes to -to wear to follow Judge iiajcer. Judge Baker goes back to -his law practice in 'Phoenix where we -predict he will have the success his italent justifies. MISAPPROPRIATION OF FUNDS- OR WHAT? Here is another record for Capt. F. S Ingallf, the man who mis represented Yuma county at the so called meeting of the executive committee at Phoenix, the other day. He gets his title from the fact that he is Captain of a. militia, company here. As Captain of such company he receives$oO per month from the Territorial Treasurer. This money was appropriated by the legislature for each of the dif ferent companies in the Territory to pay armory rent and the other necessary expenses of the company. The company has a civil organi zation as well as military. As such civil organization they Have a sec retary and treasurer and they transact the business of the com pany. Cant. Ingalls receives this $30 each month and is supposed to turn it over to the treasurer of the company who at present is L W. Alexander. This money is then expended as the company, at their monthly business meetings, shall direct. Treasurer Alexander in forms us that since last October none of this money has been turned over to iiim by Capt. Ingallp, and when Alexander asked the Capt. about it he was told by him that he had not received it from the Adjutant General, that he sup posed the Governor had refused to sign the warrants, etc. Now comes the funny part. L. W. Alexander was at Phoenix a short time ag- on business for Levy & Co., and while there he called on Adjutant General Schwartz and in reply to n question as to why Uig Yuma mili tia had received no money, said that it had been sent every month to Capt. ugalls. For nine month ttbis company has received no money. It is for Capt. Ingalls to say where this 270 has gone. This is the man who has the nerve to aak President McKinley li appoint him Surveyor General of the Territory, and who goes to Phoenix to mis represent Yuma County. The anti-.McCord crowd have held their celebrated meeting of the few anti-McCord men in the Ter ritorial Central Committee and the result was about as expected. They humbly petition President McKin Icy to appoint some other worthy man as Governor in case McCord fails to be confirmed. The pres ident might have done this any way in the natural course of duty. But then his seif appointed advisers would not have had any chance to get their deadly (?) work in. This meeting has been Herald-ed with a great blowing of trumpets and big guns; and lots of powder has been expended with a result expressed thus: 0. By the sudden and tragic death ,of Prof. F. J. Netherton, on the 1st inst., Arizona loses a brilliant and popular young man, and an able instructor. As Superintendent of Public Instruction he made an en viable record, and proved .himself endowed with capabilities far be yond his years, and as principal of our Yuma schools, the scholars under his jurisdiction showed marked and rapid advancement. He was in the zenith of his mental strength, and his terrible end has cast a pall over .a community that are his friends and admirers to a man. Los Angeles, just at present, is turning over and enpying a choice bit of scandal, in the elopmcmt of the wife of one of that fair city's wealthiest and more prominent citizens, with a comparatively un known person iu a man's clothes. -Of the man. one Russell Ward, nothing -need be said. But of the woman, young, fair, accom plished, the daughter of the late Gen. Banning, and wife of Cel. Bradbury, by one terrible misstep, has thrown away that which to most women would be everything wealth, beauty and social promi nence, and secured in return fur it all nothing. The Sentinel office this week received a very pleasent call f'om Col. Chas. E. Davis superintendent of the Colorado River Indian re servation. The Col. left for his Illinois home on a much needed vacation yesterdc'. The Col. has been at J.he .reservation .about four years andlhas been very Buceessful in his administration beiqg weil liked by the Indians and all who came in contact with him. He is. a perfect.gentlemam and first class official. UNMITIGATED GALL Capt. F. S. Ingalls member of the Territorial central committee went to Phoenix Wednesday to mis-represent the Republicans of Yuma County at a socalled meeting of the executive committee of the Territorial committee held Thurs day and did, as he has always done, malinged and mis-represented the party in Yuma County to which he claims to belong, by taking ac lion against the confirmation of Hon. M. H. McCord. It i3 safe to say, without fear of dispute, that not only nine out of ten of the Re publicans of Yuma County, but nine out of ten of the Democratic of the county as well, are heart and soul for McCord as Governor; and when this discarded politician takes advantage of his membership of the Territorial central committee to mis-represent the people of Yuma County, if is time that every man in the party should cry halt. The idea of this broken down pol itical hack, who when running for sheriff last fall couid only get S3 yotes in the whole of Yuma county;' taking it upon himself to represent the party in the county. Not only that, but there are five Territorial central committeemen in Yuma, and not one of them was consulted by Un political freebooter before - tak ing this secret trip to Phoenix in answer to Col. Christy's telegram. He certainly has the gall of hi: Satanic Majesty. It seems a though he might hiy.still after the record he made as County Treas urer during the past two y-ars, and the heavy fid 1 th i" -Mi Yuma Co'.snty gave bins at hiu fd.'1'a election. Hut no! that viu) of bin slays with him. b'orl'i n:tely. President McKinley is too wt-il aquainted with these political, mnl contents and tricksters to pay any attention to their vapotings. The President sent the nanrs of Geo. R. Davis of Ohio, Fletcher M. Doan, of IMnal county, R. C Sloan of Yavapai, as associate Justices and H. C. Trnesdale as chief Jntice of Arizona. Judge Doan is an. old resident of Yuma County, and th father of John Doan, connected .vith the Fortuna mine. Jndge Doan at one time was a farmer on the Gila above here, leaving here for Pinal County he afterwards was elected. District Attorney. The rule of the mighty Rer-d, in the Speaker's chair, is s-tiM pro dominant in ppite of occasional efforts to break it. The last at tempt at a revolt was the defeat of Diugley'd motion for a three days' adjournment on the opening of the House this week. But on roll call, the "Czar" evidently ex ercised his well-known hypnotic influence, and the motion carried. Young business man experienc ed book-keeper and correspondent, formerly in ;. manufacturing bits-i-uess for himsf-lf. near Ciu'c.'go, III., will invest about $500 00 and ser vices, in any legitimate business promising fair returns. Address, wuh full paitieuiars. A. Crofton, Palace Hotel. San Francisco, Cal. Bob Hatch's special dispatches, by grape vine wire, this wenk caus ed considerable commotion among the Democratic holdover ofiiehsls. The Sentinel is now equipped to handle your job work in the best and most popular styles. Who will sret it ? Schilling s Best iea pe cause n zs ' t ' Nhat is the missing word? Get Schilling's Best tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellovs Ticket (there is one in-every package); bend it with your guess to address- below before August 31st. One word allowed for-every yellow ticket. If only one person finds the won!, he gets one thousand dollars. If several fin i it, the money will be divided equally among them. Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creepirg "babies at the end of the contest Those sending three or more in one envel.ODs will receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it. Besidestthis thousand dollars, we who send in .the largest number of June 15 and the end of the contest Cut this :OUt. for two weeks. Address: SCHILLING'S The Southern Pacific Company's Ex- cursions. JThe Sea-shore Excursions fortius year commence with the train leaving here on the 4th inst. at 11:40 a. in., and thereafter eve.ry alternate Friday; .June 18th, July 2nd, 16th, 30th, etc., throughout the season. For these trains we will sell round trip tickets to Santa Monica, Long Beach. San Pedro, San Buenaventura, and Santa Barbara for $13.40; tickets good for 90 days, instead of GO d.iys is in former Reasons, with stop-wer prhileges west of Coltou. Similar tickets will b- sold to Ava lon, CaUlina Island, for $15.65. Yours truly, V. H. Dkksser, Agent. - O What is the matter of that Mam moth Mining Edition ofthe'&iw? We haven't heard anything about it for soipe time. "Merit talks" tha GEQ intrinsic value of era Hood's Saroaparilla. fcS Merit in medicine means the power to :(are. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses actual end unequalled curative power and there lore it has true merit. When yoa buy Hood's Sarsaparilla, and take it according to directions, to purify your blood, or cure any of the many blood diseases, yon are morally certain to rtceivo benefit. The power to cure 13 there. You are not J trying an experiment. It will make your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and lima drive out the germs of disease, strengthen the nerves and build up the whole system. v.? m a p d s i S a . I.; ibe best;, in fcwfc tLa Ono Trie Blcd PuriCer. Pr:p-ir;iJ only J)y C. I. ISooz & Co., J.cwell, Mass. xrr5j - TT553J- -0 no puree. P'i'n or JoC. a O CD M Hi b H M K CO w w Q H-t' W P5 08 w m W O C5 w CO w o 523 1 5 2 CP Piles! Piles! Itching Piles. Syjiptoms Moisture; intense itching- r.nd stinyinij; most at night; worse by -.-cratcliin. If allowed to continue tumors form, -vbieh often bleed and ul cerate, becoming very soro. Swaynb Oixtmknt stops the it'jhinir and bleeding-, hoch ulceration, an 1 in most cases removes the tumors. At drug- j gi ts, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne & on, I'lHUUlUii-'Uiil. is not only pure out H r i ,7 jresyi-roasiea. will pay $150 each to -the -two persons yellow tickets in one envelope between August 31st. jc -k f K 1 You won't see it again BEST TEA SAN FRANCISCO. 3. UOtT ITT1 Corner Main and Requcua Sts., liOS AftT3EJLES, - - s CAS1F. ROOMS, -FROM .50 CENTS TO $1.00 PER DAY Special Rats by the Week or Month. Conducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men. TONY MESMER, Manager. it BRICK BUSLOiraS, YU8B& Lil if PIP Ml Sash Doors and Blinds, Ciuunt and.. Lime, Wi ought-Iron Pi.G and hn Address, F. L. EWING, No. 245) North Centrally Locatul; Fitst-CIass Dining Rooms Attached; Rtile.s from $1.25 to 52 00 pin- d-iy; Rooms, without meal-?, for one person, 50c, 75; and $1.00 per day. Coiidii.ctp.1 0.11 bojh the American and E'iropnsm Plan, '.V. E. SROWNINH, Chief Clerk. 3 a IF SO BE SURE YOUR TICKET READS VIA FEOM DEMINC Through Coaches C!i air Gars PuilmaH and Tourist Sleepers Daily. TIME CAREJS Ba-:D.-02K PSJCIH AS3' TICKETS VSA ANY OT2aaiEI KOSJTS3. For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: W. R, BR0YI1 E. COPLAND GS:7'L AGT, EL PASO, TEX. Tlis- New-Ycrk "vVjth the -lose of the Prendential campaign THE TRIBUKE re cognizes the fiut that the Am rican ppople are no;v ;m:;io;:s to give .their attention to home and iu inrs- interests. To meet this condition, politic? will have far less sp--e and proininer.ee, until another State or No'iuial oe-" eafinn ('eniaiuis a renewal jf (he tight for I he piinciple- for which THE TRIBUNE h-. Inhered from its inception to the present da , and won its greatest ictories Ev'iy possiMe elTurt will he put forth, find money freely spent, to .make THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE preeminenily a NATIONAL FAMILY j NFWSPAPER, interet-ing, insirueiivc, entertaining and indispensable to each mcmher of-Lhe familv. jWe .Furnish "The Sentinel" i 1 ' - One Year- CASItt B3' - 1 - e stK3 ilels.eN on POstas card, sctsd IJ loGeo "2''i"i s ti p 'V?;iu?. "s'tV Y-iT-Tf "iiv. sttstl rj rsioBc toy c Zi:i V.JI'.iSiliA' T25?K3:.TSB3 will lc tunllotJ TyAXTEi): i,e ehcii-e Iudim reli-s, .mdi a.s spe.ir heads, jii row heads', .stone pipef, etc. Wiite me telling what yuu have. Send rough drawings. Address, II. P. Ilamiltov,, Two Rivers , "Wis. KSSSSltBI d-sire to .-orrpon . Fimton-V -'taorw i with parties who nm vS S5,1-0113; ti' .J,c:t!:, smi ahlo lo 'simply w5tl1 JSfefit? FOOT OF MAIN ST. tings. Manager;, Yuma, A.T. Main Street, 31. L, DTJ31T, Prop'r. IP M D WO ah TE.VY, AG'!'., EL PASO, TEX. Weekly Tribune JARMRS AND VILLAGERS FATHERS km MOTHERS, SOIiS AND DAUGHTERS, .FOR ,LL Tl fand "N. Y. Weekly Tribuns' for $3.00 ASVAIC3 - :. THE SETIMES.. !A I A.IAX Tft'."l'Z r-OPlTIVfn Y CURE sBMin iniran. iin-n. s,r,-.'-.-tj i.i nioc .v. 1 ;.rovo-i-.-nt and ctTecta a CVuC .&oro uil .tac-? itvC. Ic slst nponhivlns thj ponuiua Ajaz Tablets '.They hn?c careu thoui hnd.i and t. ill euro yen. V.'s stre a poa- iti70 rittea tr-iraat6a to efTaci a euro fjfj PTO in oaih C&30 cr refund tho innnor. Prict- v3J U 1 irer pacuace; or si mail, in plcin . in plcin wraprer. tit--R receipt of pri-s. ( AJAX REMEDY CO., l tree ircclai t-lcaro, Ili. born tit. P. G, COTTER, YUMA, ARIZ. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. COMMENCING Wednesday, Deo. 30, 1896 .TRAINS WILL LEAVE YUMA as follows: "iU Train for Gila Bend. Tucson. Demine:, El Paso, and all way stations. 1 1 ,AAA-M- (DAILY) "PACI X .JXJ TIC EXPRESS" for Col- ton, Los Anpelcs, Santa Barbara, San. Francisco, Sacramento, Portland and North, Ogden and East. A P. M. (DAILY) "NEW O cXJXJ ORLEANS EXPRESS" for Gila Bend, Maricopa, Tucson, Ben3on, Lordsburgt Deming, El Paso, New Orleana and East via the "Sunset Route." Overland Tickets Solct Steeping Car Berths Secure: AND ' Full Information Regarding TranccQntlnetitaj. Reutes Furnished on Application' Parties can arrange to join . the WEEKLY FAMILY EXCURSIONS over the Sunset Route by corresponding, wih W. H. DRESSER, Agent:""7" " Depot, .... - .Ytju T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. . SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. t - -. Maricopa & Plioenix .., & Salt Eiver Valley Railroad. PUBLIC Ti5iE TABLE JfO. 41, In Effect Wednesday, Decem ber 30, 1S96, All Trains Run by Pacific Stanr; dard Time. Phoonlx and 31aricopa Division. From Phoenix. STATIONS. From . Maricopa 1 A. F. & P. 8.00 p.m. 8.30 r m. 13.40 p.m fS.55 p.m. f9.15 p.m'. 9.30 p.m. 2 A. F. & P. Lv..Phamix.Ar 7.15 a. ni. 6.45 a. m. f6.35 a.m. 1B.20 a.m. ..Tempe .. . ..Petersen.. Kvrene. . .Sacaton f6.00 a. m. A rMaricopa.Lvt 5.45 a. m Phoenix & Mesa City Division. Mesa to Phoenix Phoenix. to Mesa. Bead down Head Up STATIONS.. 4 3 Frgt x Pass Frgt & Pass DAILY. DAILY. 7.30 a. m. Ly. mks'a. Ar. 10:30 a. ra. 8-:00a. m. 10:00 a.m. S:30a; in. 9:30 a.m. " TEMPE. G 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:00 p. m. 5:30 p. m. 2:30 p. in. At. phosmx: " 5:00 p.m, 1 rain To. 1 connects with Sosthern Pa cific train No. 19, eastbound, leaving Mari copa at 10.03 p. m. Traiii No. 2 connects with Southern Pacific train No. 20, Westbound, leaving Maricopa at 5.15 a. m. . Connections made at Phoenix with S. F., P. ct P. R. K. for Prescott and Congress. Connections at Mesa with stages for Goldrield, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, at 12:30 p." m.; for Florence and Globe. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 4 o'clock a. m. r f Trains stop on signal. PULL.?! AX S'AJLACE SLEEP CARS On trains Nos. 1 and 2 between Phoenix and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points and Baggage Checked to Destination. N. K. MASTER, C. C. McNEIL. President. Gen'l Sup'ent. F. B. SANFORD, Gen'l Frt. & Pass. Agt General Offices, JPhoenisCf Ariz. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT & PHffiNIX R. R. IN EFFECT DECEMBER 25, 1895 MOUNTAIN TIME IS STANDARD USED. SOTJTiTEOUNdTT INoftTH UoUiSh: NO 31 1'as NO 1 Pas STATIONS. NO 2 I Pas I NO 32 P&3 2 00p 2 2flp 2 45p 3 COp 3 Zip 3 5"ip I lSp 4 Sop 5 COp 5 23j 5 f0p No -U 7 00a 7 3.1a 7 33a 8 Ola 8S0a 0 OJa S-23n. 0 4'Jj. 10 16a 10 5a 1130a 11 52a 12 30p 1 03u ltfp 2 OOp 2 23p 2 33p 3 t-Op 3 SSp 3p 7 00a 7 17a 7 32a 7 461 S 11a S 33a S 53a 0 12a 9 20a 9 45a 9 55 a 10 3a 10 25a 10 52a 1135a 11 52a 12 lip 12 31p 12 52p 1 03p 1 3('i 143p 2 05p 2 3lp 2 45p SOSp 3 2p 3 3p 3 47p 4 0Jo Lv..Ash Fork.Ar Mcath Wicklow,.... ...Kock Butte... ...Cedar Glade... ...... Valley ... .Dal Rio .Jerome Junction. Granite ... Mas-ricks ... Prescott.... Presccit ..Iron Springs.. ... .Summit .... ... Kamsgate... .. Skull Valley .. ... Kirkland ... ...Gratiil View... Hillside ...Data Creek... Martinez .. . . ... Congress .... . .llarqua Hala.. .. Wickenburg .. Vulture Hot Springs Jnnc ...Beardsley.... ...Maricnctte.... Peoria .... Glendale . .. . ....Alhambra.... Ar.. Phoenix. .Lv 5 20p 5 05p 4 09p 4 35p 410p S55p 3 15p 3S0p 313p 2 59p 2 40p 2 33p 2G3p 2 01p 1 33p 1 13p 12 33p 12 12p 11 52a 11 31a 1116a 10 59a 10 45a 10?5a 9 59a 9 45a 922a 9C9a 8 50a 8 41a 8 30a 12 ClP 11 37 11 IS 1100 10 35a 10 10 9 06 9 35 8 30 815 7 45 Ko 4 2 41'OP 3 SOp" 3 36p ' seop 2 33p 2 14p 149p 1 20p 12 52p 1122p 11 50a 11 10 10 30a 10 05a 9 45a 9 10a 8 43a 8SSa 8 25a 8 00a 7 40a Trains -"c3. 41 and 4-t will run on alternate days. Information as 10 what day same will run will ba fur.ihlied by aRonts on. application. No 1 inaNcs co:iiiec'tions at Ash Fork with A. is P. vestiliulcd limited No. 3 from the cast.- This is the finest train west of Chicago. Ne. 1 also con nects with A. & P. No. 2 from the west. Persons desiring to stay o-er at A3h 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 Franqisco 10:45 a. m. second rcominir. A. & P. No. 4 is a vestiiiuled train throughout, lighted with Pintch gas, dining car running- through from Los Angeles ro Chicago. Dining cars under the man agement of Fred Hartoy, with his unexcelled ser vice, care and attention to his guests. Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction with trims of United Verde & Pacific Ry. for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott with st ge lines for all principal mining camps; at Congress with stage lines tor Harqua Hala. Stanton and Varnell. At At Phoenix with the Maricopa & Phc ni Ry. for point3 on the ?. P. K. It. This line is the best route tathe Gr at Salt River Valley. For information regarding this valley and the rich mining section tributary to this road ad dr'ccS. - v GEO. M SARGENT. G. F;& P. A. It. E. Wells, L. M. Mcrput, Assistant Gen Manager. Pres. & Gen Manager. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat. ent business concucted tor MODERATE FEES. nnd wo caa secure patent in less tuae than those j remote fern Wtshmtoa. 2 Send modaL drawing cr photo- with descri ption. e advise, it patentable or not, fre fciarge. Uur tee not due tiUBatent is secured. & Pamphlet. " How to Obtain Patents." -with1 cost of same in the U. S. and foreign coeatriex 5 sent irec. Address, Opp. Patent Office. Washington. D. C.