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SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1893.
IT Mbscribcts order the disoonthuiMtoe of news Jfcpara, tItpalHflfeers:najf' continue to snd thcui tikt3 I1 urrau-ayes we paM. irwfaaeribers refuse or neglect to take their news fmfon from the erisce to which they are seat, ttwy fre held responsible antil they have settled the bill Ai 4 ordered them discontinued. K subscribers move to otlter places without in fakmiug the pablisiier, and the newspapers ato sent fatfae former place of residence tbey are then re-fbBBdhki TWKSTI1SVS- LEGISLATES,!:. ! difference between brown stew ar.tl English pudding, never rfieets his wife with a kiss and leaves her with a cares?, bnt a growl, and "Wh' ain't dinner ready f" when he comes in and a frown and glum silpnee when he leaves the house. The great Jehosaphnt! A pnro, refinsd and loving woman must feel glori ous when she "comes too" and rinds herself tied up for Hfe with such a thing as that; a living nonently! ambling an to man! the brain cap acity of a ral! a libel on man! and with just as much knowledge and ability to care for a woman as a Hottentot for the Maid of Athens. WiUinms News. tancojia .-. . Aaron Goidturs, AfMtdie rajo v. v. ! itVe ftal Oodikr Yuma 1). K. UdtiH, . ...1 Gw. A. Wolff, D. T. i. Bunch, J). Morris Gold water, D. 3. M. Murphy, D. Dr. .1. C. Wright, R. Geo. W. P. Hunt, D. c J. B. Jftniey, D. ..Geo- A.OInev, D. Cts, C. vrarner, R. J. II. Carpenter, R. AssemMy. tbe Jackass eleetnent is-always at the forefront, at the (in)oDportune time, with ears a yard long and regulation width. Pick ami Drill. a'izona's Capitol . PROTECTION AND PROSPERITY. B. . John C. Evans, D. oefeise.. Mike Gray, D. CoeWse...'. Henry Etz, D. Ctaefcme II. M. Wood, R. Jkpiaite N. Gonwilcs, R. Yttma ....John Dan, R. Coconino.-- Henry F. Ashurst, D. $&vni ..I.H.S. Parr, D. Tavapni .J..J. Sandess, D. Yavapet A. A. Moore, D. Tapi . AY. S. Adams, D. SffahRVC William. .Tones, D. Pinal James Aathur, R. 3iiiTiI S. A.Aattleson, D. 3im;i-- Geo. Pusch, R. Pimft.s - F. A. Stevens, R. Tim Utis Hale, R. $!:. A. S. Donau, R. Maricopa Sam Brown, R. JUarioop W. S.Scott, R. jfarkjopn J. W. Benham, R. Maaioopa Giias. Peterson, D. rahain E. M. Williams, E. Graham W.W. Pace, D. Today the Sentinel begins its twenty-eighth 3ear. It is lime to prepare for Thanks giving services. There is much to 8114 thankful for this year. The politicians are aiwaj's will ing to furnish the bung-hole for - the caudidate to b'iild his barrel around. Timh works wonders, capitalists work politicians, politicians work ihe people, and the people work until the undertaker finishes the job. Work is necessary and is also honorable. "The man who stea dies the foot of the ladder, is worth as much as he who climbs to the fop." .New that the artificial egg prob lem has been successfully Eolved 'v?e may soon expect some rubber company to spring artificial chick ens on us. The indications are that the manufacturing industries of the country will have a most busy and., prosperous season. The result of this will be a larger amount of money in circulation among the people, more comforts for the wage earners, and consequent improve ment in all lines of business. One of the strongest points made for the cause of Protection is in the receipts of customs revenues under the Dingley Tarriff. Every day is proving the efficacy of the Protec tive policy in producing the desired revenues. It has r.hvaj3 been one of the most persistent claims of the low Tariff advocates that, whatever else might be said in favor of Pro tective duties, they would not, from the very nature of-the system, pro duce sufficient revenues. The cus toms receipts for September and October of this year, compared with the corresponding months in any 3rear under the late Democratic low Tarriff act, furnish an answer to that proposition. Protection is not only Protecting the domestic pro ducers, but it is also bringing in an increased volume of revenues. The Republican party will be in control of the nfixt Con crass, and upon the shonlder3 of its statesmen will fall the mantle of responsibility. The ability of the Republicans to satisfactorily decide great public questions has already been amply attested, and the country will have no fear of the result in this case. Shipbuilding and ocean commerce are more important at this time to national prosperity and independ ence than anything else. Therefore the measure of Protection which Congress will give with the object of promoting American shipbuild ing interests and restoring the American merchant marine will be of such a character as to be entirely effective in its purpose and give the assurance of being maintained for a long period of years. The Territorial Capitol Building Commission Thursday adopted the plans of Jas.E. Gordon, of San Antonio, Texas, and Otto P. Kroeger, of Tuc- j son, for the proposed Arizona State hooso. The building to be erected from the plans selected will be, when entirely completed, in point of arrangement one ol the handsomest in the United States, and in size and general expect will be the most imposing of any in the Southwest. The general design is an Italian ron naissance. Tbe structure will be of native stone, (granite marble and sand stone) fireproofed from foundation to dome according to the most modern methods of practice. The general di mensions will be a frontage of 204 feet facing Washington street, and a depth of 75 feet. It will be 3 stores and base ment and the central feature will be temporarily topped with a hemi spheri cal dome. The basement will be used for ar mories, storage and minor offices. The first floor will be for tbe executive of fices of the territory. The third and the fourth or mezzanine floor will form the assembly and council chambers, with ample accomodations for officers, committee's, clerks, press, etc. The general interior will be neatly finished in stereo relief work, hard woods the floors and marble wainscot ing. Tbe probable cost when complet ed according to these plans will be $100,000, but it is so planned that when Arizona has reached a condition to re quire it this structure can be enlarged indefinitely without in any manner exhibi ing an effort at addition. , n."t. c. Remarkable Rescue. ?Jrs. Miebael Curtain, Plainfield.j 111., makes the statement, that ?he i caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told lier she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine kcould cure her. Her druggist suggest ed Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herselt uenetmeo from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found her self sound and well; now does her own housework, and is as well as she ever u-.lg. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Gonder & Co. Drug Store. Large bottles f)0c. and $100. If you chance to see a white button bearing the letters "N. T. C." on a coat lapel, do not jump to the con elusion that tbo person hnmjmiploye of some northern transportation cor- TUe Wiser Way. "How fresh and rosy you look, Nora," exclaimed Isabel, who had just returned from the beach, and was greeting her friend. "Yes, dea-,"' replied Nora, "lam feeling splendidly, and mamma says I have an alarming appetite." "Where in the world have you been since I saw you?". "I have remained ai home," replied Nora, "and hav worked hard every day. But I have been taking that wonderful medicine, Hood's Sarsa parilla, and it has done me, oh, so much good. You see I alw-iy. like to feel well when I go away, and I leave the mountains next week " cl States Hotel: Corner Maui and Eequena Sts., R.OOM3, PROM 50 OElsTS TO $1.00 PER DAY Special Puites by the Week or Month. Gonducted on the European Plan. Headquarters for Mining Men. TONY MESMEB, Manager. nnnv. The letters sirnitv Non-Txi; ing Club, and the oiiTrrzalibn is saidTjy upon the blood and mucous surfaces to be spreading like a prairie fire. Its aim is to stop the pernicious habit of treating. SulIi reprehensible phrases as "What'll you take?" and "Lets have another," and "Set 'em again," are to eliminated from the language. The idea is highly commendable, and Los Angeles is a fruitful field for its cul livation. L. A. Herald. It Is Just as Important. That you enrich and purify your biood in the Fall as in the Spring. At this time, owing to decaying vegetation, a low water level, and other causes, there aro disease germs all about ns, and a weak and debilitated system quickly yields to s tt eks of malaria, fevers, etc. By purifying and enriching 3 our blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla you may build up your system to resist these dangers, as well as coughs, colds, pneumonia and the grip which come with cohier weather. To be on the safe side, take Hood's Sarsaparilla now, and always be sure it is Hood s and not something represented to be "just as good." . i-! $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pl ased to learn that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinj-U?. con t i t u t ioH al diseu ae ""eo V' ,C1!!," tit.,iiutUieM;ne,,t;1 Ha -a U ,.la" ' CLire is tauen iniui mui , u... ST. ELMO HOTEL 5 No. 249 North Main Street, Centrally Located; First-Class Dining Rooms Attached; Rates from $1.25 to $2.00 per clay; Rooms, without -meals, for one person, 50c, 75c and $1.00 per day. Conducted on both the American and European Plan," - southern Pacific company. Saturday, Jan. 1, ISO 3, TRAINS WILL LEAE YUMA i ; W- FOLLOWS: A. ryi. (DAILY U . X fj Tray for Gila Bend. Tu Mixed A. M. (DAILY) "PAtM FIC EXPRESS" for C n- W. E. BROWNING, Chief Cleric. 31. L. DUDLY, Prop'r. YU!fA ks f i 93 nn my 5 52 ABJEiSS E3' Sash Doors and Blinds, Cement and Lime, Wrought-Iron Pipe and Fitting. Address, F. L. EWTNG, Manager. Yuma, A.T. un i n IF SO BE SORE YOUR TICKET READS Thanksgiving Proclamation, Westward the course of empire takes its way. Already they are having games of base bail at Ma nila, regardless of the feelings of the native population. TJ. S. Distirct Judge Wellborn of Los Angeles has decided that Wells Fargo & Co. ma3T lawfully refuse to receive a package or pack ages for transportation, but the de cision implies that if the company "accepts" goods for transportation that it must issue a receipt therefor and stamp it at the company's cost. Nw that could weather is on fn the north mining men are flocking to the warm countries of .the south. This winter promises t see great activity in Arizona min ing and many big properties will , change hands We have the best and biggest mines in the land and the crying need is capital to develop them and place them on a paying basin. Moltave Miner. TnE Journal-Miner, of Prescott, savs: rue peniteniary prooiem is now on. We live, as usual, in hopes." If the Sentinel knows anything about the complexion of he twentieth legislature the people who are so anxious to settle the penitentiary problem will have trouble enough of their own with out expanding ver3' much. to the svstem, thereby destn ying me foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naiure in doing its work. The proprietors have so much iaitn n its cuniuvc nowers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars ' for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. Sold bv Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. By the Governor of Arizona: The President of the United States having proclaimed Thursday, the twenty-fourth day of November, as a day of National Thanksgiving and thanks to Almighty God for all the blessings of the,year, I therefore invite and request the people of Arizona to set apart and observe thai day in thankfulness and praise for glorious victory, honorable peace, bountiful harvests, and prosperous and happy homes. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the Territory to be a Mixed this tenth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, N. O. Mukphy, Governor, Charles H. Akers. Sec. of Arizona. yqaair Detning, El Pno, and all wily stations. 11:4 ton, Los Angd'les, Santa Barbara, ait Francisco, tiijcramento, Portland North, Ogclen v-sstfr" ..fl P. i M. (DAILY "NEW JJJ O It LEANS EX1 for Giia Bend, Jaricopa, Tucson,' Benson, liordsburg, Lemmg. Ji,l raso, -Ken- Orleans and East via the! ''Sunset Route." Overland 1 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 For complete information call on or ad dress. II. W. FILBERT, Agent, Depot. - YcsrA" T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. Ag't. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Maricopa & Phoenix & SEVRailroacL ' PUBLIC TIME TABLE NO. 41. In Effect Thursday, July i 1S07. All Trains Run by Pacific Stan dard Time. Phoenix and Maricopa Division. 1 A. F. & P. 2 A. F & 1 8.00 p.m. Lv..Phamix.Ar 7.40 a.m. 30 P-m Tempe.... 7.10 a.m. 1.40 p.m -Petersen.... f7.00a.m. td.55 p.m. Kyrene.... 16.45 a. m 19.15 p.m. Sacaton... fB.20a.m. 9.04 p.m. ArMarfcopa.Lvi 6.00 a.m. Phoenix & Mes.t City Division. Mesa to Phoenix. Read down vti Dili Discovered hy a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and that too, b a lady in this country. "Disease fastened its chuhos nnon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests, but her viiul organs were undermined and deatii seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered a wav to recovery, by urehasing of u a bottle of Dr." King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, llmt she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured, iier name s Mrs. Luther Lntz.' thus writes V. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. ... . . . ... . 1 p. C. Trial hot ties tree at ijonuer Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. "The best apple trees have the most clubs under them." The man who had ideas and dares to express and defend them, will find opposi tion he will be clubbed, so to speak, The man who always agrees with everybody else will be like the tree that has no fruit at all, under which no clubs will be seen." Ho will finally have to give place to some thing better. Let the 3roung man about town out of a job tr a year on a farm . Plowing behind a mule team will give him a now constitution, take the kinks out of his head, the frog out of his throat, the gas off his stomach, the weakness out of his legs, the corns off his toes, and give him a good appotite, an honest liv ing and a sight of heaven. I often think that some stylish refined woman after she gets married must often in her secret thoughts, think that she "oaught a paarl of priceless value," when she married that great big "chump" that policy and. the law niake3 her call "Dear husband." When the great hulk of inanimation doepn't know the differpe between a summer sailor and a stylish diess hat; couldn't 11 the difference between a muslin wn ana a satm empire; never .Iced whether his wife wore a sun .m- Louuel, couldn't Ictl the Deafness Cannot he Cured. by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one wa3' to cure deafness, and that is 3' constitutional remedies. Dealness is caused b3T an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearinsr, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taki n out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine ca.es out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an infl-med condition of the mucous surfaces. We will eivo One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh") that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars: free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Fainilv Pills sire the best. Winsor is still wailing over the sudden and eternal death of his ignoble political ambition, and positively refuses to be comforted. Poor thing, we feel sorry for him, and all the good people of Yuma pity him. It is sad indeed for one so 3'oung to have the hopes he had been building for "seventeen years so ruthlessly shattered in a mo ment. Such disasters try the nerves of strong men, and no one blames Winsor for doing ths baby act. When it comes to playing the political Jackass act, Arizona can always be counted upon to go the whole hog. Had we a democratic administration at Washington, it is dollars to doughnuts, Arizona would surely have sent a republican to congress. However, with a con- cress largely republican, and Presi- i blood purifier and health restorer. We dent W. MoKinlv certain to " .r'J nominated and re-elected, and to j maintain its political consistency out it." Murans MtiKEocE,Heber,Utah. j (?), the Territory sends a democrat HSood'S SaS'Sapar HliS I as a matter of course, thereby show- j Js theBestin fact the One True Blood Purifier. ' in their appreciation at the ever- I sow by all druggist. Price, ft; ; lasting d Menial Alness efiwgn, j M(K)ds Pills. Shrl from aeniocr alio standpoin-t. ies., Strong and Wel Great Change in Health Since Taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Ho Other riJcriicine Can Tako St3 Place as a Blood Purifier. "My little girl was thin and sickly, but she has been taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and now she is strong and well. My hus bend has taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for soreness of the lungs and bowel complaint frf it has helned him greatly. Other members of the family have derived ben efit from it." Mks. Aarv Wilcox, 249 North Third Street, Salt Lake City, Utah " We' are never without a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla in our house, for no other medicine can take its place as a LI STAQE FROffi TEXAS HILL TO fflOHAVVK lliruum Coaches Cfsaif Csrs--pyISmati and Toons! Sleepers Daily. AEE5S I5IEE'-S."2 E?UKC52ASI TUCKETS flA AH For Information Address Nearest Agent, or: W. J. BLACK, GEN. PASS. AGT, TOFEEA, KAX. B. HOUGHTON GES'L AGT, EL FASO, TEN. ON S. 1. KA1LR0AD. The otage will connect daily witn east and west bound passenger train at Texas Hill. rU Mohawk ranch private conveyances can always be had for the new mining camp of Gleason'. For further information address, istafre S.iise Crom Tsacun s5i- COMiltlMCtl. b3EG. W. rOKTR, I?aosjJWVSc, Arizo:ta. The New-York :fi U it illl sefefEass 7.30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. ; 1:30 p.m. 2:00 n. m. 2:30 p. m. STATIONS. $a. Ar. rncfNix. Phoenix to Mesa. Itead Up jFrgt &Pass DAILY. 10:30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 9:30 a. m. S 3:00 p. ty 5:00 p. m. 'Iram fo. 1 cnectlwith Southern Pa cific train No. 19, eastlpund, leaving Mari copa at 10.03 p. m. j iram JNo. 2 connttts with Southern Pacific train No. 20. tfestbound. leavine Maricopa at 5.36 a. m.l Connections made atPhoenix with S. F.f P. fc P. R. 11. for PrescPtt and Congress. Connections at Mclii with staces for Goldfield, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- uays. at iz:6v p. m.; lor Florence antt Globe. Tnesdavs. Thiwsdavs-eimLSaturdavs at 4 o'clock a. m. r f Trains stop on sigrA- On trains Nos. 1 and 2 between Phoenix and Maricopa. Tickets Sold to all Principal Points am .Duggage wiecivea to destination. N. K. MASTEN, C. C. McNEIL. President. Gen'l Sup'eL F. 3. SANFOKD, Gen'l Frt.& Pass. Agt General Off ices. Phoenix, Ariz mm FE, PRESCOTT & PMffi.X RAILWAY wrrn I,e SANTA FE SYSTEM Is tho Shortest and Quickest' Route to Denv Kansas City, St." Louis, Chicago, and ALL POLNTS EAST. S. F., P. & P. TIME TABLE. In effect May 31, IS07. Mountain time is used. TIIROUGU ims CARP. 9 Q 3 5 YiT3 PSii lis cured If you sufFsr from any of the S ills of men, coir.e to the oldest Specialist on the Pacific Coast, f? DR. JORDAN & CO., . 105? Market St. Es d 1852. 7ounv; zneis and initlt le airel msi who icsufle in tromlus eaects ol youthlt.l inui.screuons or ca- cesses in maturer years. Nervous and Physical f5ehiIit.v,JMiis!faey ,t.ot 31wijliooi $ inallits comprications; SJileS'i:jatori,iJtca, Prmupticv of tjriimi iiiK. esc. Bya combination of remedies, of great curative pow- 0 er, the Doctor has so arranged his treatment that it will not only afford immediate relief but permanent cure. The Doctor does not claim to perform miracles, but is well-known to he a fair and sqmre Physician and Surgeon, pre-eminent in his specialty 3SSPat'H 4 3J'.n. KMtls i S is thoroughly eradicated from tho EJ":eni without using 39or,r.' . B;VKK"3T MAN npplyitijr to us vrul re cti re our honest opinion, of liisroriplsiint. . We will Guarantee a POSITIVE CUJtEva er?ry cate vie undertake, or forfeit 2iO CHARGES VERY REASONABLE. Treat- V ment personally or by letter. Send for booh, A '"She i'Ia:lfinphy of P.lan-inge," V fiee. (A valuable book for men.) VISIT 2eI. JQSDAK'S . Great Museum of Anatomy e the finest and largest Musevmof its kind in the i woihi. Come and learn how wonderful! v y .u t are nr-dt; no-.v to avoiu MCimi-s ami hih. We arn or.rifm'iv adding n-w fpecsa.-'-. T FARMRS AND VILLAGERS FATHERS AMD MOTHERS SONS AND DAUGHTERS, FOR ALL THE FAMILY. With the close of the Presidential campaign THE TRIBUNE re cognizes the fact that the American people are now anxious to give their attention to homo and business interests. To meet this condition, politics will have far less space and prominence, until another State or Notional oc casion demands a renewal of the nght for the principles for which THE TRIBUNE has labored from its inception to the present ua, and won its greatest victories Every possible effort will be put forth, and money freely spent, to make THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE preeminently a NATIONAL FAMILY NFWSPAPER, interesing, instructive, entertaining and indispensable to each member of the family. We Furnish "The Sentinel" and "N. Y. Weekly Tribune" One Year for $3.00 Mond Tuesy 5 OOp j I v . . .San Fran. . . ar I 6 ISp ! 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Fifteen Horse Power Boiler and Engine. inquire at SENTINEL Office. Minig location notices large and mall, for sale at this office. Dining-Station. The scenic line of Arizona California. Arizona to Petrified Forest Great Salt teres t. Through tickets to all poirts in the United States, Canada and Mexico. No. 2 connects at Jerome Jt-.etion vuu trams of the U. V. & P. Ry for Jerome. Connecting at Prescott witk stage lines for all principal mining camps; at Congress Junction with Congress Gold Co. R. R. far Congress, and stage lines for Hardua Uala Staston and Yarrell; at Phoenix with the M. fc P. B. R. V. B, K. foi points on the S. P. R. R. Train for California leaves Ash Fork at 1:35 p.m. arriving in Los Ancreles next naming at SdO ami San Francisco same evening at 6:15. Train for the east leaves Ash Fork at 7:40 a. ni. F- M. MURPHY, GEO. M. SARGENT, Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen.Frt & Pass. Agt Frescott. Ariz. 1 Prescott, Ariz E. fci GILLETT, R. E. WELIS, Asst. Gen. Mgr. Piescott, Ariz. MA Gen'l Agontr Phoenix, Aiii. DE R1E A MAN AJAX TABLETS PCwlTIVEIiY CURE JL LI, Nervous JJio3e a aiung juenr orr, Impotency, Sleepi9311938" eto caused by Abuse or other aicesses and Iniiis cretions. They t, -tjr and surelu restore Lrrt Vitality old or young, and fit a man for study, b isines3 or marriage. Prnrarf Tnco .Utt (VlnRTTnnt inn Iff fjik-sn in tfmn. Thntr nu tmTOfcdiata imnrOTa- Eiantand effects a CURE where.-mT other fail In sist upon having the genuine jai Tablets. Thej have cured thousands and willcnrayoa. We crra o pos itive written gnarantee to effect a tire tt' fiTC If1 enchcasoor refund the money. F'cei. V iWtDj packsgo; or six pkges (full treat3ati for P mail, in plain wrapper, unon rtsceiptfof pnra. Circniaf AJAX REMEDY ClL