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PAPER FOR" THE PEOPLE.
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"Independent in AJ1 Things." ! . . .
VOL. XXVI. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1897. NO. 47r
THE M'ZONA SENTINEL,
PUBTjLSHED EVERY SATURDAY
J. 59 JJ 3 K I IV G T IV , Prop.
OVERUSING SATES made known on application
Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL,
TUSO lHOrD ,s kept on a
MHO rArEa Dake's Advertising
sjesicy, 64 and G5 Merchants Exchange,
3an Francisco, California, wherc contracts
'or advertising can be made for it.
Governor M. H. MoCORD
Omot nr PPHLIC INSTRUCTION A. 1 JiAix
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
Snrr. Territorial Prison.. ..J. w
TU030N LAND OrVICE
.SI. A. SMITH
,.E R MONK
District Jcdqe H. C. TRUESDALE
Clerk of District Court " V'Si.1?" BBI.NTL
i A. MODES n. Chairman: J. M.
Supervisors jSPEESE and T. A. JORDAN
Clerk of Board of SurERTisoRS C. P. CRONIN
Probate Judge and Surr. Schools ...... A. FRANK
SSSTiSSS1 AKD AsseTr.v.mugKlder
UNDER-SHERIFF WR (nm,
ffivSw w- H ELLIOTT
County Physician P. O. COTTER
Gwjxtt Recorder - J-.
r O.M. THURLOW
Justices of the Peace r W1MJER-
Constables. U. Q. WILDER and JAMES JONES.
f F.L. EWING,
.t.M of Yuma School DIsU I. POLnAMUS and
R. J. DUNCAN
G. H. MILES
JOHN SHAN SEY
F. G. BLAISDELL
Oit Recorder . .. ...... -J- H. CARPENTER
AmLso r B. A. HARASZTHY
MarXh.:.....: JAMES KENNEY
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. Mi
and 6:00 to 7:00 P. M.
East-bound mail closes at . . . 5:20 r. M.
West-bound mail closes at . . . 7:00 P. M.
Money Order and Postal Note depart
ment closes at 6 p. m. daily, excepting
Saturdays, when it closes at 8 p. m. ao
Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun
Mail for Parker, Ehrenberg and Silver
District leaves Yuma Sundays and ed
days at 7 a.m., and arrives here Tuesdays
Mail for P'icacho, leaves daily at 7 a. m.
F. B. LOGAN. P. M.
COURT YU3IA,I0. 3, F. of A.
Meets every Monday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting Foresters of America m good
standing are invited to attend the meet
ings. Yours in L. U. P. and O.
b Jam ks H. Kinsleb, Chief Ranger.
C. P. Cbonis, Financial Secretary.
YUMA LODGE, 0. 7, A. O. U. W.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visting Brethren in good standing are in
vited to attend. Yours in C. H. and P.
F. Q. Blaisdell, M. W. .
R. S. Hateh, R.
-y-RIGHT, JOHN B.
(Office Cotter Block.)
Yuma, - - " Arizona.
B. A. HABASZTHY. J. H. CARPENTER.
HARASZTHY & CARPENTER.
REAL ESTATE AHD COMMISSION
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S BUILD IXG.
W.T. HEFFERNAN, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon, uince in vxj ucismui'v.
JJ-OLLER,L. N. M. D.
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st cse on.
FIRST STREET, NEAR MAIN,
YUMA, - - - ARIZONA.
ULLARD, PURDY GEO.
Practices in cull Courts.
Business promptly attended to. Office in
ROOM 4, THIBODO BUILDING,
JgLLlOTT, W. H.
CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Yuma. A. T.
ATT 0 R NE Y-AT-L AW.
Special attention to Land Business.
Vmna. - Arizona.
T7" NIGHT, GEO. M.,
ATTORNEY-AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
(Office next door to Post Office. )
Yuma. : : :
KOTICB TO CREDITORS.
Estate of W. C. O'Bbie?, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given 1 by tlie under-H-ned,
administrator of the estate of W. O.
OUrien, deceased, u the creditors of, and
all persons bavin? claims apainst the eaid
. j i lsf.: iUm ivith flip. 11PC.RS-
Ueceaseu, 10 ksuuhh ----
.!irv vouchers, itr. 1 four months after
the first publication of this notice, to tlie
Court House in the village aRti County ot
Vu'ca, th? sanp bp'.i" Uie place for the
ranann of thfe ba-ines: of i estat :.
Bated July Utc. I7.
- &dcursKr2ior ti the. Trstc- of C
v 6'B 'tea Drowned.
Hercules Hoisting Engines
hoisting, running air compressors, sinking shafts and for all power pur
poses. Used in mines throughout the Coast.
t& to HERCULES GAS ENGINE WORKS, sSSPSSU
Are you piling to take a trip! Do yu suffer from
Severe Headaches, Nervousness, Seasick
ness or Ilxhaustionf Why notprevent it all by
using CUSIIMAS'S MIlTiTIIOr. lAHAL
EK. Help that headache, cure that nervousness and
seasickness by the use of this Inhaler, tho greatest
stimulant and preventative known. Wonderful re
lief in Hav Fever and Asthma. BTHXTSl CTDSH
SXAA'S INHALER and you will always use It
If yon can't gel it at DrngglsU tend for It. Itj
mull, SO ttntr. Send for Root on Menthol, free.
CUSHSIAN DRUG CO., TINCK.NNES, IND., U. S. A.
Shop on Main street.
OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Mr. Doten has in connection with
his shop a fine Feed Yard
City Meat Market.
DAVID BALZ, Prop.
Wholesale and Retal Dealer in
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON VEAL AND SAUSAGES
Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River
Valley received by rail here.
3VEs.i33L Street. "XT-is. s
A. TYNER, PROP.,
MAW STSIS52T, Iear First.
THE FINEST WDTES AND IMPORTED
CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK.
Phoenix restaurant &
JOE GUSI, Prop,
In connection with the Place
Meals 25c, 35c. and 50c., served
at all hours of the day and
Board per week, $5.
ICE CREAM WITH EVERY MEAL
Bread, cake and pies for sale.
Lunches put up to order. Meals
at all hours, the day and night.
Private rooms for ladies.
Home Bakery in Connection.
MAIN STREET. NEAR SECOND
Ghiotto's Stoke to it we cling, for
Goods that have the genuine ringGJ
High class Groceries we get here, un
surpassed both far and nearR
In Caxned Goods, they'ras a splendid
show, of first-class brands whene'er wegO
Of Shoes and Hats as, all agree, tho
choicest, quality here we C
The purest bread and Cakes, 'twould
seem. John Giiiotto's are supremE
'ffrue value in Wines,' beyond compare,
first-class Clothing at prices failt
On every tiling we can rely, that John
Ghiotto does suppl Y
We Have What You Want
NEW YORK ILLUSTRATED HEYS
The Terror of Fakirs, the Most
Louest Sporting Paper on Earth.
Backed John L. Sullivan for $10,000
in His Best Days.
Storied About Tenderloin Girli and
Live Sensations of the Day.
$1 for 13 weeks, at the office, or For
ARTHUR T. LTDILEY.
Editor aud Proprietor.
240 Broadway, Sew York.
We want Agents with good refer
ences and Newsdealers in your locali-
i ty. Write to us tor special terms.
I -T ANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN OU j
! use in Anzeu. 8alai j payable $1j weekly ,
j utd expessu. Poaition pcrinauer.t. R-fcrente.
) aala:e vsif-i2drtss.,3 itusrped envslore. Tb? Ni
..umal. Ster Building. Okiftfj.
Solve the difficulty of fuel,
and make mining profit
able where steam power is
too expensive. Over 3,000
Hercules Gas and Gasoline
Engines are in use, giving
entire satisfaction. Fully
guaranteed. Requires no
engineer. No smoke, no
dirt. No danger.
We build engines from
2 to 200 h.p. for pumping,
Tlireo ISnlr Sections or Pat
exited JL. :isad, as line aud fer
tile as PIoAv'ever turned.
SIO PER ACRE,
PERPETUAL WATER RIGHT UNDER
the celebrated Mohawk Canal in the
Celebrated Mohawk Valley. Each half sec
tion has FORTY ACRES ALL LEVELED,
FENCED AND READY FOR FARMING.
B. W. IORKIIV3TOIV,
Or GEORGE W. NORTON, "
Mohawk, Yuma Co., Akiz.
niy Stoclc of Groceries are Al
Arayg Fresh and of the Best.
31y 0ry Goods Department is
ITIost Beautiful Patterns
GIVE ME A GALL
AND GET I PE5E
Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't
be FOOLED BY NEW ARRIVALS
who claim to SELL CHEAPER.
I Will Not Be Undersold,
Cor. Main and Fourth Sts.
Is your health. Yonrbapplness is your strength.
Keep the Head and Throat clear and healthy
and your mind and brain is always at rest and ease.
CVSHSIAK'S MENTHOL. INHALElt is the
preatest relief to mankind in all head troubles.
CUKES COLDS, SOKE THKOAT, CA
TAKKH. That awful odor of Catarrh dis
appears by Its use. Wonderful in Hay Fever and
Asthma. EJ-RTJY ONI.Y CXTSHMAN'S.
If yon ean't gtl It at DrusglaU send for It. Bj
mall, SO cents. Read for Book on Menthol, free.
CL-SlUliS DBUQ CO., TISCE.NSK9, IND., U. 8. A.
JACK DUN&ME, prop.
FINEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND
CIGARS KEPT IN STOCK.
PRIVATE CARD ROOMS.
The only saloon in town where you
can sit beneath 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.
MAIN STREET, YUMA, ARIZ.
C. V, MEEDEN, Prop,,
WINE, LIQUORS and CIGARS
in evsry respc and
P OVULAR PAIGES.
From Head to Foot Terrible Case
of Eczema Completely Cured
Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Headache,
A5I Cured by Hood's Sarsapariila.
" I waB troubled with eczema and had it
bo bad that I was almost a running sore
rom head to foot. I did not receive ben
efit from the doctors, and thought I would
try Hood's Sarsapariila. Since taking a
lew bottles of this medicine I have not
been troubled with eczema. It purified
my blood and cured me." John Most,
Ponca City, Oklahoma.
"I was afflicted with blood poison. I
concluded to try Hood's Sarsapariila, and
after taking three bottles the symptoms
of blood poisoning disappeared. I believe
Hood's Sarsapariila to be tho best medi
cine on the market." Euoenb P. A.
LARKHtD, Fair bank, Arizona,
" I was afflicted vith dyspepsia. I could
get nothing to cure me until I began tak'
ing Hood's Sarsapariila. I have taken
four bottles and now I am cured." Jeff
D. Koojttz, San Pedro, Hew Mexico.
Hood's; arwiuariHa is th? Cze True Eleod
fuier. JcI'J V.yail druggists. ?i, six lor 5.
A Running Sore
Peerless, Magnificent, Undisputed
Standard of Excellence in
The Sunset Limited service for
season of 1897-98 will be establish
ed Monda', 18th instant, between
San Francisco and Chicago, with
two trains each wa' every week.
Tho Sunset Limited, beyond
criticism as it is, remains unchang
ed; the route in the- eastern part
swings to the northward in grace
ful recognition of the persistent,
welcoming invitation of the dwellers
b' the Great Lakes and in the up
per Mississippi valley.
The route lies over the Sunset
Route through to El Paso, thence
well to the south of the chill of
winter, goes straight across Texas
over tne Texas or racinc JK-y.,
through eight hundred miles of
mesa, plain, hill and valley, dotted
with the commercial centers ot
Dallas, Fort Worth and scores of
lesser cities. From the border the
route leads through the forests of
Arkansas over the Iron Mountain
Route to St. Louis; thence the
Chicago & Alton R. R. is the last
link in this great winter highway
between the Pacific and the Great
The time en route will be in
keeping with the train three days
from Los Angeles to Chicago, and
but a seventeen hour's longer jour
ney from San Francisco.
The Providence Far Company.
Wants all kinds of raw Furs, Skins, Ginscnor, Senece,
&c. Prices quoted for next sixty days are as fol
lows: Silver Foz 15.00 to 8150.00
Bear $5.00 to $25.00
Otter $4. 00 to $9.00
Martin $2.00 to $3.00
Bevor $3.00 to $3.50 per lb
wolf ..$1.00 to $2.00
Red Fox $1.00 to $2.00
Mink $.75 to $2.00
Skunk $.25 to $100
Gray Fox $.50 to $.75
Rat $.20 to $.25
Price-list on all other furs and skins furnished
upon application. Full prices guaranteed, careful
selection, courteous treatment, and immediate
In the District Court of tho Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and for the
County of Yuma.
ELANOR MARIA DUNNE, Plaintiff,
EDMUND CHRISTOPHER DUNNE, Defendant.
Action brought in the District Court of the
Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizoi.a,
in and for Yuma County, and the complasnt filed in
said Yuma County, in the office of the Clerk of
said District Court.
In the name of the Territory of Arizona, to
EDMUND CHRISTOPHER DUNNE, defendant,
You are hereby summoned and required to ap
pear in an action brought against you by tho above-
named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and
for Yuma County, and answer tho complaint
therein filed with the clerk of this said Court, at
Yuma, in said county, within ton days aftsr the
service upon you of this summons, if served in this
said County, or if served out or this said county and
within this said Judicial Disirict, then within
twenty days thereafter, or in all other cases within
thirty days thereafter, the times above mentioned
being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment
by default will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and seal of the District
Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory
of Arizona, in and jor Yuma County, this 20th day
of September, A. D. 1897. C. II. Brixlkt,
seal Clerk of Said District Court.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entry No. 1450.
Land Office at Tucson, Arizona,
August 9, 1897.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof 111 support ef his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before tbe Register and Receiver, U. S.
Land Office, at Tucsou, Arizona, on Sep
tember 27, 1897, viz. : George H. South
well, Palomas, Yuma County, Arizona, for
the S K SE U, See. 13. and N K "sUB H,
Sec. 24, Tp 6 S, R 13 W, G-S R M.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz. John F.
Nottbusch, Daniel L. Grumbles, Harry E.
Eairman, and Daniel B. Morris, all of
Any person who desircsto protest against
the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under the law
and the regulations of the Interior Depart
ment, why suh proof should not be al
lowed, will be given an opportunity at the
above mentioned time and place to cross
examine the witnesses of said claimant
and to offer evidence in rebuttal of that
submitted bj claimant.
Eugene J. TkippeL,
Piles! Piles! Itching Piles.
SvMrTOMS Moisture; intense itching and stinging;
most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to
continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul
cerato, becoming very sore. Swayxk's Ointment
stops the itchine and bleeding, hoels ulceration,
and in mcui cases removes the tumors. At drug-
! hi3, us by for o0 cents. Dr. f-.-uyn'. A t'on,
AS THEY COME AND GO.
Tragic Death of an Unfortunate Ex
CouYict. More than ten years ago Walter
Lewis ran away from home in Boston.
He drifted around over the country
for a number of years and finally,
through evil association, was convict
ed of burglary in Flagstaff two years
ago, aud was sent to the Territorial
prison in Yuma. In the mean time
an old friend and schoolmate of his,
through fate or fortune, had also
came to Arizona, and is now an
honored citizen of Yuma. A few
da's ago Lewis was given his liberty,
and the meeting of tho old-time
friends, though following widely
different walks in life, is recorded in
the following narrative.
I didnot feelmuch like .work
that morning, the pleasant memo-,
ries of my recent trip home were
still too fresh to permit of more
than a mechanical, phlegmatic
interest in ''Articles of Incorpora
tion" and "Location Notices,"
"Strange how they change!" I
thought, "wonder what became of
Curtis and Jimmie Wall, they used
to be such lions," my train of
thought (I had only been back to
work two weeks after a flying trip
to Boston, after a four years ab
sence) was suspended, for a mo
ment he was rather a good looking
fellow, and would not have caused
even a thought but for his clothes,
and his curious glances as he pass
ed to and fro before the window.
Wilder had just breught in two
"Mexicanes" who had gotten away
from the wood-gang and as near to
liberty as Gila City. "He's just
out," I meditated, "and surely
isn't foolish enough to think of
making a bad break here."
"Is this the Recorder's Office?"
"Clear voice that" I thought "won
der what he could have been in
"Sit down. What can I do for
"I thought it was jfou when you
sang at the Christmas concert, Con,
but, well, never mind, you don't
know me its just as well!" He
was gong, had put on his hat, and
was nearing the door. My amaze
ment was so great that for a mo
ment I lost speech,
"What's your name, old man?"
The tears in the fellow's eyes were
too much, and in spite of his hide
ous "liberty clothes" and closely
crapped hair I took him gently by
the shoulder and placed him again
in the seat he had left.
"Have I changed so?"
"Great God! Walter Lewis"
Yes,' though time had changed his
appearance and manner the pecul
iar lisp that had earned him the
nickname of "lippie" when a boy
It was ten vears since Walter
ran away from school and home.
leaving a broken hearted father and
sisters to yearn and pine and pray
for him. I was going with him at
the time. Providence had been
kind to me, I Jacked the courage,
and sunset found me again at home
He told me his story. It was not
long, but what had been a stranger
to me since boj'hood accurred I
well I suppose there is a time in
every man's life when salt water
will come to his eyes. 'Twas my
"T've been in two years and four
months, Nugent recommended my
pardon and I have just been turned
loose. It all hap e-ied in Flagstaff
in the spring of '94. I had been
working my way toward California
and fell in with a fellow named
Thomas. They had been coming
pretty rough for quite a while, and
well we got full, the next thing
I know I was in the county jail
with a charge of burglary against
me, and that's all."
Yes, I had seen his sister Mary ,
and Nellie also. They were both
No, I did not know what became
Why! Don't you know? He's"
My God! Walter! don't cry like
that! I thought yon must have
When he proposed taking a turn
around town I thought it was
perhaps best for him to go alone.
I was aroused from the mverie
into which this strange meeting
had plunged me, by his return.
His face had assumed on ashem
hue since morning, and it did not
require the eyes of an old friend to
read in them remorse, regret, misery
"I had thought somewhat of I
going home, Con, but their Lsnoj
home for me now. Perhaps it is
just as well. And dad's dead?
Well, he called the turn on me.
Wished I'd gone without seeing
you Con. These 'canes the one
with the onyx head, keep that for
old times sake, give the others to
your friends I want you to take
them, for I will have no use for
them. Stay with you for a while?
No, I don't think itsest.....WJier4ir.HE-Gm&Af:nOfSItAMSRELIGIO
do I. intend coinc? Quien sabe!
My transportation goes as far as
Tucson; I'll stay over a day there
then strike for El Paso. I learned
the lingo while on the hill and
think I'll strike for the City of
Mexico, no one knows who "Walter
Lewis, No. 2173" is there. I may
see you again, dud never in luina,
"Good bye, Con, God bless you"
were nis last words, as the Den
rang, and Waddell cried "all
It was four days later when I
received a letter from Blackford,
the freight agent at Deming, New
"The fellow acted queer, and we
watched him. He could have gone
out on eighteen or twenty, and
could have fired into El Paso on
twenty-two. He went on the rods
two or three times, but came out
again, mnally ne made a landing
a few feet from rear truck, and was
working his way towards the beam.
His coat was long and dragged on
the rail. When I saw the wheel
catch it and pull him down 1 turn
ed away. He only lived
about an hour. I discovered one
of your cards in his hat and asked
if he wanted any message sent.
He said no, only to tell you that)
Walter Lewis was gone, and for
you to keep the cano with
onvx head. He
seemed to be'
unconscious for a few minutes
beforefhe died, aud muttered some-
thingMike "The Old Man called the
turn before the end."
P. C. Ninorc.
Bncken's Arnica Salrc.
The Best Salve 111 the world lor
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chilbrains, Corns and all Skin Erup
tions, and poeitivily cure Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cents per box.
For Sale by W. T. Gonder & Co.
The Latest Ejad.
The latest fad has hit the Phoe
nix wheelers with much force and
now the juniors who ride w'heels
have their machines rigged out with
rubber bands stretched taut across
the diamond frame. .Thus rigged,
the wheels when in motion give
forth a wail that is likened unto
that of a lost soul, the bellow of a
bovalapus, or the whang of mourn
doodle in-trouble. The taster the
wheel is ridden, the greater the
noise. The action of the air cur
rent upon the rubber bands sets up
a vibration that gives forth a sound
not unlike a Kansas zephyr toying
with an Aeolian harp constructed
from a dry goods box and strands
of brabed wire. It is hoped that
the life of the present fad may be
of short duration.
f'liow to Cnro all Skin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swatnts Oixtmbxt." No internal
medicine required. Cures totter, eczema, itch, all
eruptions on the face, hands, nose, &c., leaving the
skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing
and curative powers are possessed by no other
remedy. Ask your druggist for Swayxe's OisiMKxr.
THA t b R KV ;
OVERALLS AMD SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome' and ddliclos 5.
ROVAt BAK1NQ FOWOEP CO.. NEW VOHK.
She Uses the Church as a Stepping
Stone to Society.
Ruth Ashmore, writing oV the?
"Shams of the Modren Girl," in the
October Ladies' Home Journal, and
of "the sham that is worse than all
others the religious sham," savs
She is the one who is most con
spicuous in speech -and sometimes
in work; but in her heart her re
ligion is simply a means to a very
earthly end. She is prominent in
the Sunday-school, because she
thinks she can in that way become?
acquainted with some people sher
would like to know. She is ever"
ready to get up and express her'
creed at the prayer-meeting, be
cause she thinks that her ability
will be recognized. She rustles
into her pew, kneels for a long timer
and then settles herself comfort
ably to look at the congregation' .-
She considers it respectable to go
to church. Beyond that she gives
no thought. She forgets that, un
less religion is of. the heart, it is o
no value. She has never under
stood that it is not the loud prayer--nor
the wordy prayer which makes'
an lmpressiom jm God, but that
1U JCT VL OiiAWyl V
cry from the soul
to Him to which. He?
The religious sham cars
usually gives you a description of
all the costumes worn by 'her setf
in church. She can tell vou of the
amountof money put in by each?
member as the plate is passed along
She''goes to church to observe the
outward, 'visible sign, and nevery
in any way, troubles herself about
the inward, spiritual grace-"
One evening last winter an old
couple sat before a wide old-fashion--ed
fire place in their humble home',
A cat and a dog lay sleeping belorer
the fire, the cat's head resting ori
the dog's body. It seemed a true
picture of a happy family. Pres
ently the old lady stopped knitting;
and said: "Jacob, just see the cat
and dog, so peaceful like. Why
can't-we live so?" Jacob knocked
the ashes from his pipe, leaned
back in his chair, gave a knowing:
look and said"yes but you just
tie 'em together and see 'em fight'.'5
For Over JFIl'tj' Tears'
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha&'
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 gumsr
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for Diarrhaca. Ifc
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 taker
no other kind.
Notice is hereby given that airy one
found trespassing on the prison farm,
or molesting the prisoners who are
cuting wood on same will be proseeut
ed to the full extent of the law.
J. W. DOKRIGTO.Y,
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