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?? Locally and Editorially tlie $j Pspoi for tlic PsopHi Best Advertising Medhim.rt: Independent in! -All Tiling's.35 VOL. XXVXXL V TJMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899. NO. iSfi S The Pioneep Journal S V Loenlly tl Editorially Hie !i j Piipei' tor the People Best Advertising Medium 'I w MuMJK MM M mmm wIh ft PI i "y. ----- ; PUBLISSED KVBRY SATURDAY YT Yuma, Arizona, BY .5. W. Si5tElTOr, Prop. SUBSCRIPTION. Sis mouths One Year SI 60 3 00 OVERUSING RATES made known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma. Arizona. !hl5 rArfcK Dftke'8 Advertising Agency, 6i and G5 Merchants Exchange, -ui Francisco, California, where contracts tor advertising can bo made, for it. tcrmtoiuai. ornocRS. X. O. MUP.PIIy govkkxor Hkouktauv AT-'DITOR A TTOttJUiV GKSKR AIi fM'KVTVOR. OK5Er.il. Irtr.XsUHBU Sl.'KT. ."F ITSMC lSSTRCGTIOK C. S. A He. tip .. .a. W. VI REUS ..C. F. AINSWOIVTH GEO. -HlllsT , W. T. PEXBERTON . .A. P. SHEWMAN lELliO ATK TO COKORKSS . . . M. A. SMITH Surf. Tiuwwii ; I.Ri30.V.V;.HERBERT BROWN - TUCnOK LAKD OFriCK. .".".".JOHN U. BOWMAN U KOi.lVl.-U COUNTY opncr.RS. msTStCT JCTBS WEBSTER STKEET Cv.kk ot District Cohct C. H BUINLEV ( Dr. P.G. COTTER, Chairman; C. V. Swzrviso::j J MEEDEN and V, V.r. UNDERUILL. CL'iEK O? BOAXD OF SDl-BBTIjORS....W E MARVI7I HODATB .T0D3B akd Shpt. Scuoou. ...A. FRAN L. SaERirr.TAX Ool'r akd AsSESSOit.JOIIX . SPEKSH IDSa-IlF.' IKP. . . o , o A- w SKtlvou .'.".'..'! w-11 ELLIOTT Coir.NTV i'UTSICIAN DB;.BEII vi v OOU-VTV JtECOr.DEa . t-. MAi. IA rKVClXCT OFFICERS. ( G. M.TIIURLOW Jcsti of liio Peace ! asd I W. E. WE11NINGER. Constablcs.U. McPHAUL and J Ail E3 JONES I M .1. NUGEFT A I.POLUAMUS and crrroFFicnaa, Mavor -7- H. SHANSSEY O. K. WILLIS ) BEN C. IIKYL Co-Jnc'.lnioii ROBERT TAPIA ( HARRY F. NEAHR. City Attorney PEARCE EVANS ;j.v rtecorder GEO. DURE AsACseor W'j:. E. "AKVIN Treasurer C. H. RUSE Mar&aL: ,-GKO WILDER P.ULES OF POST OFFICE. Tho office is open from 7 A. "il. to 7 P. M., -iailv. Snndays from 7:00 to S:00 A. il. 2nd 6:00 to 7:00 P. M. Kast-bound Aiail closes" at . . . 5:2UP. M. Wcst-bonnd mail closes at . . 7:00 P. M. r.foncy Order and Postal Note depart ment closed at G P. M. daily, excepting Saturdays, when it closes at S P. M. No Money Order or Postal Notes issued Sun days. Mail for Parker, "Ehrenberg and Silver District leaves Yuma Sundays and Wed UAV8.it 7 a. m., aud arrives here Tuesdays and "K-tardavs. Hail for Picaeho, loaves daily at 7 a. m. 11. H. CHANDLER. P. il. YUMA LODGE, ?0. 7, A. O. D. W. Meets, every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Vis5ing Brethren in good standing arc in rited to attend. Y'ours in C. H. and P. F. G. Blaisdell, il. W. It. S. Ilatcii, R. RIGHT, JOHN B. ATTO RNEY- AT-L AW. (Office Molina Block.) YtJUA, AlilZONA. D R W. T. IlKbrSltAAM, I'UIM'1iW rvu Surgeon. Onicfi iu Gonder s Drns blore . JfOLLER, L. M. I). Physician and Surgeon. Firit Street, Near Main, fUJIA ARIZONA- jULLAUD, PURDY GEO. ATTO RN K Y- AT-L AW . Practices in all Courts. rtusinsss promptly attended to. Office in ROOU 4.TIIIB0D0 BUILDING, PHOEMSX, " ARIZ. LLIOTT, W. II. civil ess gi2ep:r.& surveyos. TJ. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Yuma. A. T. JJ"NIGHT, GEO. M., ATTonNBY-AT LAW ANI-NOTAP.Y PUBLIC, (Office next doer to Post Office. ) Ycma, : : : Arizona. YQU TRAVEL 2R, Ileln that lioiwln-f lie. cu-e tliat ntrvensnesP nnu . .--tiiess ly tl.c it- o till Inhaler. ti" crealcst tMiulont anil iMwentatiro knov'ii. Wondcrfi'l re U r in Hav r. v. r cral Asthnm KilUY CETfija E1.VS"S i?JiIArnit oikI yot will alnays ueu it IfTnn rin't gel It et Vmp&eit vaf. tor 11. 1'J laotir rru'r. StlidfiT Ilnok m Hri:llmt, Im. vteuaix jtKCGtc., vismsts. zsu.. u. 8. a. 24 Pages : 7ekly : WizAxsizi. INDISPETISABLE TO MINING MEN, f- 1 $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID. ' j SENT) FOR SAMPiE COPT. MIKING scientmc P1ESS ISETY-?IRTE YEAR. Jf IxlLfWVJ' I City Meat Mark B DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Beta Dealer in BEEF, MUTTOH, PORK, VESL ftfiD SAUSAGE. Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt River Valley received by rail here. AMES DOTEN Blackbknitb and Waeon Mat Shap on ?J5a!n streets OPPOsrrE public scaooL. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Mr. Doten has in connection with his shop a fine Feed Yard for stock. Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, JOE GUM, Prop, MAIN STREET. Connected with the Place Saloon. iIeals 25c, 35c and 50c., served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. OYSTERS, R8H AMD CHICKEN. Bread, cake and pics for sale. Lunches put up to order. Meals at .all -holms. .theda,: and Jiight. Private rooms for ladies. PUBLIC OBJ3RI&Oiff l SitiOTTo'a cJtokk to it we cling, for Goous that have the genuine ringCi SSigh class Gkochkius we sret here, un surpassed both far and ncarS Sn Caknep (.-qovs, tUey'ns a splendid show, offir-.t-clas brands whene'er we g Ot'Siions and Hws as, all aijree, the choicest quality here wo C 'JThe urest brensl and Oakks, 'twould seem, Joux Guidtto's are supremE True value in Wikks. beyond compare, first-c)as Olotuixg at prices fai S2 ftn every thing we can rely, that Joux Guiotto does suppl Y 'i'Siii-eo EEislr Section oi Ba.t. tile as SBiov vc; tiii'aiecl. SJ)ERPETITAL WATER RIGHT UNDER J the celchrated Mohawk Canal in the Celebrated M.ihawk Valley. Each half sec tion has FORTY A0rttis ALL LEVELED. FENCED AND READY FOR FARMING. ! liKpjire of .2. W. S)OSK"V',OS, Or GEORGE V. N RTON, Moil vk, Yuma Co.. Ariz. THE GEM, C, V. MEEDEN. PROP,, Ttflain street. Choice) VINE, LIQUORS sod CIGARS EYEltYTDINO in evory respc- and POPULA R P AWES. We Have What Yoa Wain HEW YORK ILLUSTRATED HEWS The Terror of Fnkirs, the Most Loneat riportinir Pper on ISnrth. Backed John L. Sullivai. fur 1510,000 in His Bent Dayn. Sturie.' Ahout Tendei-loin Girls and i ivc Sensatims 'f the Day. for U wcekM at the office, or For Sale Everywhere. ART!! UK T. LU3ILEY. Editor stml i'ronrlelor. 240 .Broadway, 'Saw York. r ' WcVnnT. Agents with' srowrt refer enaesaud Sewsdertlers in your losall tr. Write U us for spocisl terms. 81 i .5 i 1 I S. Kill Fhe GeSeb rated Bain Wagons, Buckeye Rlowsrs, Tigsr Hay Rakes, Ete,, Etc. Sole agent for Yuma Coiiut3r for Baker & Hamilton, Los Angeles. HAY AND' GRAIN Bo:ight and" Sold. SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T. JOHN GHIOTTO, DEALER IN General Merchandise Stoclr ol" Grocovies arn At "Cvayw fi'esJi ;i i; I of luc 2Cet. SEy Bry no2s !)epar(mout is S i ? JI i c el w i t.?s 1 ti c fi ss I cr-1 ?i :e d ffioHt KcaiiliS'al B:t3 tents. G!VE ME A CALL AIV GET 12. Y PB2'ES Before purehnsinc elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED BY NE W A It RIVALS - who claim to SELL G HEARER. I Will Not Be Under sold. Cor. Main and Fourth St?. RUBY SALOON, 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. "How to Cure all Slau Diseases." Simjilv apply "Swavxe's Oixtukxt." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, hands, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its groat healing and curative powers are poweseed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swavxe's Ointment. RcraoTa Fimpla.-", Prevent Biliocensss, Fnriiy iheBlood, A. movement of the bowels each day is neccrsaiy for health. Thav nri)li.5nn. c m . vinco yoa, we will mail sampk; free, or full bos for I -oo. Sold bj drngEists. DR. DOSAf.'KO CO. Fhila. Pa. I Caveats, and Trada-Marks obtained and all Bat-j ?ent business conducted for Moderate Fdes. S ( Our Office is Opposite U. s. Raten.t Office? and wo can secure patent in iesa tims than thos;J ; remote from Washington. ; i Send model, drawing cr photo., with descrip- tion. Xfc advise, if patentable or net. free of? Jcaare. Uurleenotauetiupatent'iSEccurea1 i A Pamphlet, " H"w to Obtain Patents," v.-ithS ;cost of same in the J. S. and foreign countries'! (sent free. Address, IC.A.8N 2 Opp. Patent Office. Wachington. D. C. DAMVVWVVVMVVVVi'VVWWVVl'VVVbVi YOUR FORTUNE la vour henlt'a. Your happiness 13 your streuu'th. Isop the Head ntl ri'Iiro:it clear cud healthy and vour mind and brain is always tit rest and ease. cuaiiM :xx s bckktiiot iivmjLr,EK is tho ercatc3t relief to mankind In all head troubles. oujkks cox.na, soke tiiisoat. ca- TAJKK5I. Tlmt owfnl odor of Catarrh dis appears by Its use. Wonderful In Hav Keveraad Asthma. rsWUY OK3C.T WB'fCMASPa. ir yoa em't S't ' t Umw trni fnr It. By null, 10 cV.s. Kfad for l!ott en MfCiiiol, free. CUJliai.' bKUO CO.. VI.NKK.15SS. Ihll.. 0. 3. A. State of Ohio, City of Toledo,; Lucas County. j ss' Fkakk-J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing businers in the City ot Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that - cannot be cured by the ufe of Hall's Catahuh Cuke. FRANK J CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv presence, this Gth day of Decem ber, A. D. 18S6. A. W. GLEASON, peal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern il ly and acts directly on the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CU., Toledo, 0. Sold by dnifists. 75j. "Sail's Family Pills art the L:sf OWH FOR A DOSS. &.M g ow&co. a LIMED WITH FOLLY. ! This is a story that belongs to the olden time. A certain lord, plcar.ed with the sallies of hir. jester presented him with a new bauble saying1 "Keep this Archia un til you End a greater fool thau yourself Jo bestow it ou." One day the nobleman lay a-dying', and with his household went Archie to look his last upon his master's face and hear his voice once more. The jester stooped above his lord and said "Master, why do you say good-by?" "I am going a journey Archie" was the V.--j5!' feeble answer. "How long A journey?" the jester asked. "Nay Archie I do not know." "Whither then does thy journey lead? " "Neither do I know that Archie." " Yv'hat provision hast thou made for this journey?" "None at all" sighed the noblernan. Archie looked long and hard in his master's face, then he placed his bauble in hi- lord's hand. "Take it" he said "for I have found a greater fool than myself." There is no greater folly than ignorance where knowledge is possible and vitally necessary to safety, and happiness, and yet tens of thouF --nds of people walk tnis world linked with folly. They are ignorant of the conditions of life, ihovaut of the con stitution of their own bodies. Children grow to manhood and womanhood ignorant of the conditions under which nature governs. They break her laws recklessly. They exhaust themselves in the mistaken effort to "have a good time" while they are young. Some day comes the shock when nature presents hci overdraft account and de mands payment. Sometimes it's heart trouble, som. times the stomach fails of its functions, sometime the liver refuses to tug any longer jit its load, or the kidneys balk at their burden. Sometimes, very often in deed, a red spot begins to burn on the cheeks, a backing cough develops, the breath grows short, the strength oozes out at night iu dripping sweat, and every day the daily walk is shortened by a few steps as the strength fails. That's con sumption. The theory is that consumption cannot be cured, and it's a theory so deeply rooted that time is wasted in combating it. But what is a cure in such a case? Suppose a man (or woman) with all the symptoms of consumption takes, as thousands and thousands have taken, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and lives on to a healthy, happy, hearty old age as these same thousands and thousands have done, rind dies iu the allotted time of a ripened life. Two positions are possible. You can Bay "it was not really consumption he had." Or it can be said " he really died of consumption after all." But the unanswer able fact is that the man lived ont his three ccore years and ten. Vhat is a cure an3' way? Isn't i- life? You don't care what disease you may be said to have if yu arc enjoying health and live out your long life iu comfort and content. One fact, at least, is well established. That the " Golden Medical Discovery " docs cure weak lungs, bleeding from lungs, obstinate, lingering coughs, laryngitis, bronchitis, throat dis ease, afld feiudred affections of the air-passages, which if neglected or badly treated, lead up to consumption, can no longer be doubted iu view of the many thousands of well established cures of such cases report ed by the most trustworthy citizens. Many of these cases have been pronounced consumption and incurable by the best local physicians before the suuerers com menced the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Whether the doctors have erred in their judgement in these numerous cases or not is not for ub to decide. " I had a very bad coagli, also night-sweats uud was almost m ruy grave with consumption," Writes Mrs. Clara Mclntyrc, of Ashland, Middle sex, Co., Mass., Box 171. A friend of mine; who had died of consumption came to me iu a dream and told me to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and, thank the Lord, I did so. Uv the tir-e I had taken half of the first bottle 'I felt much better. I kept on till I had taken three bottles. That was all I needed. I got well and st-ocg again. " "I had thegrp, which left me feeling miser ableno strem-th aud a coucjh," writes Mrs. C. Mayaard, of IJast Lyme, New London Co., Conn. "As some of my family died cf consump tion, T feared tbat. I begau taking Dr. Pierce s Goldeu Medical Discovery. After taking the second bottle I felt much better, and am now well for oue cf my age (sisty-three years)." Contest Notice. United States Land Ottico. 7 Tucaon, Arizona, Feb. 20, 1899. A sufficient affidavit having been filed in this office, byRoberR. Hutchinson, against II. E. No.' 2198, made by Charles Nolan, at the Tucson, Arizona, Land OlFiceon Jan 14, 1894, for the N. W. M of Section 21, of Twp. 10 South, Range 24 West, G . S. R. M., alleging that the said Charles Nolan has wholly abandoned I113 said homestead, and changed his residence therefrom, for more than six months since making said entry and next prior to the date, of his said af fidavit; that said tract is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as the law re quires, and that he has removed therefrom whatever improvements he had heretofore placed thereon, and this the said contest ant is ready tc prove, at such time and place as Hie Register and Receiver may direct, he paying the costs thereof; and it Being further shown by affidavit that personal service of notice upon the said defendant can not be made, it is therefore ordered that such notice be given by pub lication in the Arizona Sentinel, a news paper published within the county where the land in controversy is situated. Said parties are hereby summoned to ap pear at the olfice of the Clerk of the District Court, in the town Yuma, county of Yuma, on the 31st day ot March, 1S99, at IL o'clock a. ni , when evidence will lse taken before said Clerk, and hearing in the case will be had at the U. S. Land Ollice in Tucson, Ariz, at 2 o'clock, p. in., of April 7, 1899. Milton R. Mookk, Register. aH-9 Eor Over E'"Srsy 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 tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colio, and is the best remedy for Diiirrhaea. It will relieve the poor little BulTercr im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. 0 sure and ask for "Mrs. Winalow's Soothing Syrup' and take no other kimlv km M m PREDICTED FLOODS Old Colorado mil Rise in lis Madness and lievfistaic the Land Mr. Thomas Ewing, owner of the Home take and Sheep Trail mines near Bull Head Canyon is a nice fellow, and a capital, miner, but when Don Tomas assumes the rolo of prophet, we fear, and deyoutly hope he is a failure. This kind hearted gentleman suavely and nonchalantly informs the interior papers that Needles is soon to be wiped off the face of the earth by the raging Colorado river. This Solomonic prediction is based on the fact that heavy snow storms have prevailed during the winter about the headwaters of the Colo rado, and thereforo when the sum mer suns come to melt this snow, a deluge will b the result, and poor little Needles v?ili bo inundated, drowned out, wiped of the faoe of the earth. Thi syllogistic proposition can not be denied because Mr. Thomas Ewing, owner of the Komestake and Sheep Trail mines near Bull Head Canyon, says so, and Mr. Thomas Erring to our certain know ledge has been up on the Colorado at the Hom3take and Sheep Trail min.es for fully two years. The scare headings of some oH,he interior papers were shown the vet eran Captain Mellon, who happened to be in Needles the other da', and if Mr. Thomas Ewing, of the Home Ftake and Sheep Trail mines near Buil Head Canyon, could have hoard the jolly, good-natured cap tain's roar of laughter, it might have softened the sinister million aire miner in his heartless predic tion Said Captain Mellon: "Well, I have been right on the river, stearaboating for the past thirty-five years, and a prediction of that kind is sheer nonsense. In my opinion the river can never reach the town of Needles. If it can, it i3 strange it has not done so in all these years past." When. Captain Isaac Polhamns was here a week or two einco, he also had occasion to refer to the coming spring rise in the river Asked if ho thought the town wag in any danger from that source, he replied: "No, not a bit. Indeed I predict that the channel of the river will change this spring and that'the stream will resume its old bed on the Arizona side. The Needles Eye. The Kew Laws. We arc indebted to the Gazette for the following list of bills introduced in council and house, passing both, aud becoming the laws of the territory through the signature of the governor. But one bill was passed over the governor's veto aHd it was the act repealing the loan commisHion of tho territory. HOUSE BILLS. 6, an appropriation fjr current ex penses of certain committees. 2, an act providing for the printing of the governor's message. 19, an act to amend subdivision 14 of pnr 1530, sec. 5S, li. S. 39, an act to eucourago prospecting. 43, nn act to encourage construction of rcsfcrveirft, canals, etc. 60, an act amending act S3, sixteenth assembly. 31, an aot protecting trade marks and labels 15, an act to establish free libraries and reading rooms. 9, an net to repeal act 39, of tho eighteenth assembly, relating to nge of consent. 41, an act to establish the northern normal school. 4G, an act regulating board8 of sup ervisors in first class counties. 55 an act to suppress foul broods of bees. G4, nn act to provide for Temps Normal school. 83, an? act to establish a fiscal year and to provide for printing reports. 109, an act for the preservation of public health 123, an act providing for pay of extra clerks. 172. au act for the protection of the American flag. 71. an act quiring payment of poll tax before registration. 184, an act to amend paraeraphs ! 257 to 262, chapter 3, title XII It S. j 152, an act relating to railroads. j 1.19, an act to amend section 17 tit'k? 34,-par. 2i)2 K 5'. 62, an act for the employment of prisoners in jails. 112 an act authorizing Navajo coun ty to borrow money. 13, an act regulating exemptions and homesteads. 108, an act to create the county of Santa Cruz. 17. au act for the relief of C. D. Poston. 99, an act providing for appointment of commissioner of immigration of first claES counties. 82, an act to provide furniture and books for auditor and treasurer. 69, an act to maintain University'of Arizona. 16. au act for the revising of the statutes. 95, an act to provide for completion of capitol building. 117, an act to regulate fees aud salaries for county officers. 138, an act for the payment of cer tain Pima county warrants. 92, an act for making appropriation for care of Bough Eide.V flag. 91, an act for improvements at in sane asylum. 42, an act relating to mortgages. 121, an act for relief Wm. L. Osborn. 1, au act to amend act 51 of 18th assembly. 139, an act to amend title XII, chap. 6, par. 341 E. S. 101, an act adding powers to in corporated cities. 102, gome as above. 61, an act to repeal act 54 cf 19th assembly, relative to salaries county officers. 165, general appropriation bill. COUXGIL BILLS. 1, an act to legalize the acts of cer tain notaries public. 5, an act to abolish the territorial boards of emigration. 14, an act to legalize the acts of boards of supervisors in 5th and Gth class counties for collection of taxes. 13, an act to amend aec 2936, R S as to territorial warrants. 18, an act to legalize the retention of fees of county assessors for collecting poll tax. 22, au act relating to registration in cities. 35, an act limiting terms of terri torial offices. 16, an act to amend par 2239, sec 9, title XLII R S. 24, an act defining judicial districts and fixing court term?. 2, an act amending act 42 eight eenth assembly concerning mines. . 4, an act to provide a compulsory school law. 50, an act mending par 487, sec : 34 chapter 3, title 13, E. S. 20, an act to amend act 67, laws of 1892. 6, ah act to amend act 32 of seven j teenth assembly. 38, passed over veto, an act to abolish loan commission. 51, an act relating to void sales. 70, an act permitin the making of contracts between boards of super visors. 72, an act to repeal par 657 title XI, penal code. 100, an ac? as to sle of nnolaimed baggage. 104, an act to resrict sale of certain drugs. 83, an aet relating to eminent do main. nn l . .11 i j urers of first-class counties to employ deputies. 94, an act amending school laws. 67, an act aa to privileged commu nication. 64, an act exempting railroads. El Paso will ulease leave Graham county out of her proposed newjthe right remedy. You are having: state. Graham conntv prefers to pain all through your body, your liver remain in Arizona. Bulletin. H. W. Blaisdell has taken hold of the King of Arizona mine and will make an effort to secure water there. Failing in this, he will place a pump on the Colorado river and pump to the mine, forty miles. if. & S. I'ress. Coppjzr stands firm at 18 cents . Graham county has many valuable copper properties. Besides the Clif ton and'Morenci districts tho Lone Star district, north of Solomon ville, and the coal fields strip are attract ing much attention now. Bulletin. Tin: 20th expires today. Let it rest. The record Stfme of the legis- lators made will consign them" to a I political grave- On the other hand a number stood up for the people and strived in every way to redeem their pledges. To them honor U due and they need not hide their work from public gaze. Tomltsfona ltcsjPTctor,' In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trictcf tbe Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuraa! W. A. Phillips plaintiff:), ve. The Kio Colorado Gold Extraction Company, Taylor I, McLoodj Theresa M. Hart, and John Hart her huaband, and Francisco I). Orr, defendants Action brc-yht in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Ariioi s.', in and for Yuma Countj, and the complasnt filed iii, sfiidYurca County, in taa office of the Clerk o? said District Court. In. the name of tho Territory of Arisonaj ti Tcylor D. JIcLeod, Theresa U. Hart and John Karcj her husband, Francisco B. Orr and Uie JUo Colorado Gold Extraction Company, defendants jrreotinjf. You we hereby summoned and required to ap pear iu an action brought against ycu by thi; aboveT named plaintiff, in the District Court or the Third Judi :i:d District of the Territory o! Arizona., iu and for Yuma County, and anawor . the complaint therein fded with the clerk of this said Court, at Yuuia, in said county, within ten days af t r the service upon you of this summons, if senred in this 'id County, or If served out or this said county and within this said Judicial DJsirict, then within twenty days thereafter, or in all other cages within thirty days thereafter, the times ahorc mentions bein exclusive cf the day of service, cr Judgment by default will be taken aj;ainstyon. t Given under my hand and seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for Yuma County, thi3 31 day of January A. D. 1339. C. H. BniXLr.r, seal Clerk of Said District Court! m JiOTICE. Kotic; is hereby given to Joi-eph D. Bell as ad ministrator ot the estate of ViHiaai H. Halbert, de caused, and to Lousia Pulling-, John Kalbert, Fraud H. Halixrt, Jasper Cr Halbert, the heirs and any unknown heiw of ssid estate, that durinjtho life time of said deceased ho was a co-owner with the undersigned in rhat is known as the Dais Dolores lodo m'nicg claim, situated, lying and ba injj iu La Pas mining district, Yuma county, Ari zona, and that said -William If. Halbert at the time of his death was such co-OTVner, and that said mining claim was numerated aa, and tppraised as one of the assets of said deceased's estate to tho ei tent of s.vd ownership by said deceased in said, mining claim. Ycu are further notified that the undersigned during the ytarl-197 performed one hundred dollars worth of work and labor on said mining claim in the improvement and develop ment of the 'same, being the annual labor under. Sec. 2324 of the jtcviscd Statutes of the TJnitetf States and that srii'd co-ovrncrs fhare ot such labor amounted to thirty-three end 22-100 dollars, which, ha-i no J been paid. That the undersigned duriuz' the yeax 1333 performed one hundred dollars' worth of ?or!; and labor on said milling claim in the Improving and development ol the same, beim; the annuftl labor required under See. 2324 of tho Be; iscd Statutes of the United States, and that saidf co-ownors &hare, and as due from said estate represent the sum of thirty-three, aud 33-100 do!-, lars which has not been paid. Now, therefore, if, you fail within ninety day? after the publication cf this notice to pay as such administrator of siid ce t&ta your proportion of said annual expenditures for 1S97 and 1893, and as such eo-cwiiOM your in terest in said mining claim will become ifce propfrtj of tbe uudorilgned co-owner, having performed said annual expenditures as required by law. ELLIOT bTKWART, First publication Feb. 4 An Enterprising Urnggist. There are few men more wide awake and enterprising the Gonder & Co. who spare no pains to eecure the bes$ of everything in their line for their mauy customers. 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