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WTTMV - - ARIZONA. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1899. r. t a trv. NEWSPAPER &V- Iji. vertising.' Agent, 4 65 Merchant' Exvbange. San Francisco, w our a lit homed his paper is kept on tile in agent, omce. U, S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE. SVEEKLY WEATHER REPORT For the seven days Eufllnt July 7, 1899. Friday DAT. Rel. Humid Temp. Min. Tn no 108 106 105 105 fifciturday. . . Sunday... T. Monday Tuesday .... Wednesday Thursdny... Friday -105 Average. 1 61 I lb 1 107 . Eainfall for the vreeS 00 MATTHEW B. DeVANE. Station Agent, Weather Bureau LOCAL NOTES, Wm. Sexsmith. is in Yuma from the King of Arizona mine. Santos Bedoy left yesterday to spend the summer on the beach. Judge Duke has been suffering this week with a painful attack of neural gia. A. Tonini returned Thursday from an extended trip to Phoenix and Pres cott. W. H. Shorey of the Yuma Bakery i8 suffering this week with a felonious finger. Mrs. Levy and childreu returned Thursday from a short trip to the coast. Mulford Winsor departed for his ranch in the Cibola valley on the Fourth. We keep in stock mining location notices according to the latest Ari zona law. Jesse R. Grant passed through Yuma "Wednesday en route to his home in San Diego. Ward Priest and wife of La For tuna registered at the Southern Pacific hotel Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Devine are now in Los Angeles. They are expected Jtiome about Mcndaj'. Wm. Hesky, the mining man, re turned last Saturday from a two week's sojourn in San Francisco. Ed. Hodges, the popular butcher and meat dealer of Hedges, was in Yuma yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Townsend left yesterday for Los Angeles where they will remain during the summer. A. Eedewill, the Phoenix musical instrument denier, registered at the Sethera Pacifio hotel Thursday. A. N. Hains, one of our popular tou3orial artists, left Monday for a month's sojourn in San Francisco. Scott White, sheriff of Cochise county, was in Yuma last Sunday, bringing several prisoners to the "pen." For Rent : Residences on Madison iormerly occupied by Dr. Heffernan and C. D. Baker. Inquire at this effice. The corner stone of the new Catholic church waB not laid last Tuesday, and the exercises have been postponed in-: difinitely. Sheriff Speese this week was granted a leave of absence for ten days and is spending his vacation where the sad aea waves sing. Father Cauchat of Tucson is in Yuina this week. He will probably occupy Father Duranti'a positionwhile tho latter takes his vacation. Mrs. John Rimpau and daughter left yesterday to spend the summer with tfi family of her father Jacob Ever- hardy in Anaheim, California. John Gaudolfo is having a balcony frpp.tpd in front of a portion of his business block. It adds considerable to the appearance of the building. The special car Kennebec, bearing members of the Twentieth Century Club of New York City pasted through Yuma Thursday on a tour of the con linent. Captains Mellon and Polhamus will leave Monday for the Needles with the 3teamer Mohave. They will be en gaged for some time in plying the iver above the Needles. The city council at their last meet ug passed two ordinances, No. 75 is Relative to the ringing of a curfew ?11 at 8 :30, every evening and all nail boys are supposed to be off tho . treet3 at that time. Ordinance No. 6 relates to minors frequenting aloons: "Duly Feed Man and St-eed." Feed our nerves, alsj, if you would have iem str,ong. Blood made pure and ch by Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only rue serve food. Be sure to get Hood's. 1 3 never disappoints. Head's Pills cure constipation. Price "s, , ' 5 a in op m 61 12i 76 16 I 70 11 ! 61 IS 27 IS 75 15 54 24 J . M. Molina and Alex. Alvnrado left Wednesday Tor .the Copper Moun tain district to look after mining in terests. They expect to be gone about a week. Stephen Gandolfo,son of John Gan- tfolfo, had the misfortune on Thursday to break his arm while playing around the house. Dr. Cotter was called and attended to the little fellow. The Elks Fou:th of July ball given :it the Southern Racine hotel was a grand affair there being about forty tickots sold for the occasion. The Elks expect to give a ball every month. Col. T. W. Brooks is prospecting in the Potholes district this week. The Colonel is interested in a mining pro ject at that locality and believes it is a rich locality. The Colonel returned yesterday. Thomas Johnson was in town yes terday and today from the American Girl mine hear Hedges. Mr. Johnson reports his camp as prosperous, there being about twenty men at work in the American Girl. O. W Williams well-known to the nrintinsr fraternity throughout Ari zona, is in Yuma this week on his way to points in California. Mr. Williams, like others says he's going to quit the art preservative of all arts. City Marshal Wilder on the Fourth appointed the following deputy mar shals: Geo. Duke, Frank Prothero and Frank Redondo. They served during the day and with the passing of the Fourth passed their commis sions. Supervisor T. W. Underbill came down from Palomas Wednesday to be in attendance upon tLe present session of the board of supervisors. Mr. Un derbill reports the Palomas country in a flourishing condition and the in habitants prosperous. The Star says that it is an interest ing tact that Arizona's aria ianus. which were formerly considered worth less, will produce the highest degree of saccharine matter in the sugar beet. Beet sugar will sometime be an im portant product of the territory. The board of supervisors are in ses sion this week and will be for about twenty days. The board met as the board of equalization last Saturday and took up their labors of equalizing the original assessment roll. Tho proceedings of the board will be found from lime to time in the Sentinel. Frank Avila returned Thursday evening trom a visit to nis orotner Henrv at Fresno. Frank says he is glad to get back into cool weather again The mean average of the thermometer in Fresno last week was 110. Mr. Avila is now at his desk performing the du ties of deputy county recorder. Constable Jones on Thursday ar rested Antonio Romerio for drunk ness and disorderly conduct, and yesterday Judge Thurlow gave him a sentence of $20 or 20 days. Senor Romerio was released from jail last Sunday on a similar charge, but it seems that the incarceration had no terrors for lim. Miss M. E. Post, school census mar shal has completed her report and filed the same with Superintendent A. Frank. The total number of children of school age is 550 there being 325 boys and 225 girls. Two new districts have been formed during the year, viz: Somerton and Crane, which are locat ed in the Colorado River Valley below town. C. O McCarroll, president of the Ci bola canal company, and Eph. Morris, secretary, were in Yuma this week. Mr. McCarroll reports the Cibola val ley as nourishing aud is a very en thusia'ic believer in the future great ness of that locality. The canal has stood the test of the high wator. Mr. McCarroll left Thursday for Los An geles on business. Fourth of July scraps were very few, a' though there was one just to keep things interesting. The combatants chased each other around the beer tables a few times, and there was no damage done only a small bloody placo on each face, and it must have been an accident that even that much dam age was done as the scrappers se med bent on not running together. Secretary Chas. H Akers was in Yuma Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Tho Secretary accompanied his family as far as Yuma, the family go ing iusido to spend the summer. Mr. Akers is a pleasant, genial, accomodat ing official aud has many close friends and admirers in this town who are always pleased to extend the glad hand. He returned to Phoenix Wed nesday evening. W. D. Hart, the assistant fire chief and one of the popular salesmen in E. F. Sanguinetti'a store, spent the Fourth of July at Fortuna. Ho reports a grand time and that the visitors from Yuma were treated like kings. There were all kinds of wild west games and races, base ball and dancing, etc. Among the principal attractions was the fire works display which is said to have been above the average. Mr. Hart informs us that our friend John Doan was the victor in an animated foot race. It is evident that John sprints as well as he runs for the legis- latere. Judge Werninger last Friday iieard tho case of Collins vs. McDannall. The principals are farmers avid the diffi culty arose over the division of a hay crop, (uc uiaintm claiming (hat the defendant did not fairly and squarely divide the crop. After hearing all the evidence the Judge allowed the plain tiff $12 for a ton and a half of hay and divided the costs beUceh the two warring elemeuts. H. W. Filbert left this morning for Davis Junction in California where he will resume his new duties as station agent. Mr. Filbert has been the S. P ticket agent at this point for about twenty months and in that time has made many friends. His family will follow in about two weeks. E. E. Sirrine arrived Thursday from Tucson and will temporarily occupy Mr. Fil bert's position at this point. Yuma county is benefited by the California drouths, says the Tucson Citizen. Colonies of farmers are com ine into the valley of the Colorado, and after taking out ditches will en gage in general farming. Some have already located, while others have made their locations and will have set men to work on the canal while they return to their former homes for their farming implements, live stock and supplies. Yuma county is bound to grow agriculturally. The Los Angeles Times never fails to take advantage of an opportunity to make business for itself and adver tise the great Southwest. A week's subscription to The Times mailed to any address in the United States for 20 cents, together with a very hand some souvenir in the shape of a cel luloid book-mark, adorned with a California poppy, is its latest plan to make circulation and spread the story of the National Educational Associa tion Convention before the wcrld. No doubt a large number of people will take advantage of this offer to tell their friends about the week's proceed ings at the National Educational As sociation Convention to be held in Los Angeles July 11 to 14. Thos. D. Molloy the first part of the week went to rhoenix and a day or two later we read in the Phoenix Enterprise the following notice: Mar riage license was yesterday afternoon issued to Thos. D. Molioy to marry Susie M. Jvnapp. Last evening the mai riage eeremony was performed by His Honor, C. W. Johnstone, at the residence of the bride's sister on Buchanan,! etween 5th and 6th streets. Mr. Molloy has occup:ed several pro minent positions in the public life of Phoenix, and more especially in the field of the City Marshal. He is at present one of the guards at the Yuma penitentiarj'. Miss Knappis a daughter of the late C. H. Knapp, for many years cleric of the district court here. The Picnic at the Lagnna. A large crowd was present upon the picnic grounds at the Tule Lnguna last Tuesday to join in celebrating the Fourth. Everybody of the valley turned out on masse and a large dele gation, went down from Yuma. A sumptuous feast was spread, everybody saying it was one of the finest dinners ever given in this section. The follow ing patriotic program was rendered: Song America. Prayer by Rev. Crouch. Song Red, White and Blue by Mel Greenleaf. Reading of Declaration of Independ ence by W. H. Elliott. Recitation Independence Bell by Miss Lottie Taggart. Song Star Spangled Banner by Mrs. Crouch. Recitation Where Did We Get Our Pretty Flags? by Jennie Toler and Edna and Florence Yemen. Recitation The Soldier's Offering by Miss Bertha Taggart. Fife Solo by Prof. Clark T. Havens. Recitation My Country by Pearl Johnson. Recitation Gunpowder Jim by Geo. Johnson. Song We Are a Band of Union Brothers by Miss Crane. Recitation by Florence Yemen. Poem, written for the occasion, by Prof. Clark T. Havens. Song Tramp, Boys, We're March ing by choir. Address by Rev. Crouch. Valedictory by John Taggart. State of Ohio, City of Toledo J Lucas County. ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of 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 caunot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, seal Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the syslem. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CJJ., Toledo. O. Sold by druggists. 75o. fall's Family Pills an the best' With the City Duds". The citv council met iii regular ses sion last Mondav evening, the mayor Couhoilmen Heyl, Willis, Tapia, the city attorney and the city. marshal be ing present. Councilman Neahr be:ng absent. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved. T!'o reports of the city recorder, city marshal and treasurer were read, approved .and .filed. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid: A. Modesli, for desk, $26; J. Milton, for repairs of water pipe, $2. -10; O. F. Townsend, for rent, $6 25; J. M. Molina, to labor and unloading sand at foot of Main street, $18; Yuma Sun, $115. The council ordered the mayor and recorder to sign a deed to the prop erty of the Yuma Sun fo- lot 4 in block 22, as full compensation up to date. On motion of Willis the city mar shal was instructed to enter com plaints against Dr. Cotter, Nugent & Iaeger, Manuel Molina, Henderson Mrs. Meade, Vendome and others, who have not paid their license tax. The marshal was instructed to em ploy three men to serve as deputy marshals for the 4th of July, and the mayor aud recorder were instructed to sign warrants to pay for the same. Report of village attorney in refer ence to the Blaisdell matter laid over until the next meeting. A motion was made by Heyl and carried that the warrant drawn by the maycr and recorder in favor of the Southern Pacific company for $45.85 be approved. Mr. Bonderson of the Farmers canal addressed the honorable council in regard to right of way. Same was laid over until next meeting, Motion made by Councilman Willis that the commission be allowed to Geo. A. Duke for sale of lots and blocks, first installment of $25 be al lowed and warrant drawn carried. There being no further business the council adjourned until July 10. The mass meeting held at the court house last Saturday was well attended by the farmers of the Colorado valley. The meeting was called for the pur pose of adopting petitions to be sent to the chief justice of the land court, the commissioner and various other officials asking them to use their in fluence in hurrying to a final settle ment the land grant. Messrs. Willis, Griggs and Woodman were appointed as a committee to draw up the peti tion to be presented to the commis sioner and District Attorney Brown was delegated to draft a petition to Chief Justice Reed. Messrs. Hatch, Bonderson and Brown were appointed a permanent committee to petition congress for an appropriation to levee the river to the Mexican line. The petitions are now being circulated among the people. An American Railroad in China. Moneyed mon from the United States have secured a franchise for building a railroad from Hong Kong to Han Kow, China, a distance of near ly 700 miles. While railroads are necessary to a nation's prosperity, health is still more necessary. A sick man can't make money if there are a thousand railroads. One of the reasons why America is so progressive is the fact that in every drug store is sold Hostetter's, StomachBitterst,hat cele brated tonic for the weak, appetizer for the dyspeptic and sedative for the nervous. It is taken with great suc cess by thousands of men and women who are run down, pale and weak. It increases the weight, aud the gain is permanent and substantial. Tucson celebrated the Fourth in the good old fashioned way. The boys and girls were a conspicuous feature in the celebration. Tho industries were represented in the parade. The addresses were made by citizens of mature thought and experience. The songs were voiced by the young and old, and the martial music was furnish ed by Mariner's Juveniles as well as the City Cornet band. Fraternal societies participated in the parade, and in fact, all Tucson was represented in the patriotic celebration. The only- thing to be regretted is that the City Park was not provided with seats sufficient to accommodate the five thousand people who were on the grounds. The day's proceedings was a good practical lesson in patriotism and the duties of citizens on such oc casions. Fire? Fire? Firei The Lord liclps those who help them self. L. J. F. Iaeger saved his whiskey and cigars for his many customers Call at the Place and ask Joe or Bill or some of this good stuff Ice cold soda, Yuma Cash store. Spooner s Barber shop for good shaves fine hair-cutting's prices 35c and 15c. Orders solicited and free delivery at Yuma Cash store. "The proof of the pudding is in the "drinking.". The best cold drinks in town at Paxton Bros. Fruit Storo and Billard hall. The regular weekly seaside excur sion will leave Yuma every Friday for Santa Monica, Santa Barbara. San Pedro, Long Beach, eto. Tickets foi oQnd trip, good for 00 dap, ?13.40, i A KIND NEIGHBOR. The kindest and most neighborly thing one worn: au can do for "another in case of sickness is to tell how she herself was brought out of trouble and distress; and urge her neighbor to seek the same rem edy. Hundreds of thousands of mothers have cause to bless just this same kind, neigh borly spinj which actuat ed Mrs. Wm. S. Vollmer, of Concord, Cabarrus,.. I Carolina. '."i ""We moved here to Con cord, N. C, over a month ago," she says, in her communication to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. "A little girl here was in dreadful health. We told her folks about Dr. Pierce's medicines. I knew what they had, done for us. Her parents bought a bottle of his 'Golden Medical Discov ery and of ' Favorite Prescription ' and one of ' Pellets.' The patient has improved wornJer- lully alter taking tnese medicines. 1 wish every body knew the great virtue of Dr. Pierce's medicines. I have been using them in my fain lly for three years and always with success. " Iwill be pleased to have my letter published If persons wishing to know more about the great benefits we have received from using Dr. Pierce's medicines will write, enclosing stamp, I will gladly answer." Every mother of children ought to possess Dr. Pierce's grand book, the People's Common Sense Medical Ad viser. a magnificent thousand-page illus trated volume. It teaches mothers how to care for their children and themselves, It is the best doctor to have in the house in case of emergency. Over half a mil lion copies were sold at $1.50 each, but one free copy in paper -covers will be sent on receipt 01 21 one -cent stamps to pay the cost 01 mailing only; a;nd 31 stamps if you prefer a heavier, handsome cloth -bound copy. Address the publishers, World's Dispensary Med ical Association, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. For.Ovejr Fifty Years Mrs. Wmslow s Soothing S'rup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success It sooths the child, softens the gums allays all pain, cures wind colio, and is the best remedy for Diarrhaea It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part ot the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," and take no other kind. WE OFFER 3 CUSTOM MADE SUITS Why pay $12 or $15 for a ready made suit that does not fit, when we will make to order a suit of our cele brated speciol wove Blue or Black Serge for $4.85 guaranteed to fit and and please you or we will refund your money. This cloth makes the most stylish and coolest suit you can get for the summer months. REMEMBER If you are not satisfied we will refund your money at once. REMIT WITH ORDER. RULES FOR MEASUREMENT. Breast measure over vest close up under arms. Waist measure over pants at waist. Inside leg measure from crotch to heel. Send these measurements with your order. Empire Clothing Co. 25 DUANE ST., NEW YORK CITY. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Application No. 2644. Department of the Interior. Land office at Tucson, Arizona, June", 1899. Notice is hereby given that John I. Toler of Yuma, Arizona, has tiled notice of in tention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2644, for the NV Sec. 10, Tp 10 S., R. 24 V?., G. & S. R. 13. & if., before the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Monday, the 17th day of July, 1899. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclama tion of said land: James W. Gilbert, Rob ert Martins, Charles W. Johnson and George S. Marable, all of Yuma, Arizona. Miltox R. Moore, Register. First publication June 10, 1899. Tobaccos and cigars at Yuma Cash store. Schlitz beer at The Ruby. . Ice cream soda at Cotter's drug store. The Yuma Bakery makes it' that means that it's good. Yellowstone and Monograh'whiskies at The Ruby. : . Ice cream every evening af Pax ton Bros, billard hall. Call at Cotter's Drug Store for good cigars, cigarettes and tobacco. Pure drugs low prices and perfect accomodation at Cotter's Drug Store. Ice cream day and evening at th Yuma Bakery. The beer that made Milwaukee famous at The Ruby. Laud Script. The cheapest and most convenient way of securing title to public land. Any non-mineral government land in the United States which is open to en try, surveyed or unsurveyed, can be located, immediately without any re quirement of residence or improve ment. For.particulars address Here ford & Hazzard, attoruoys-at-law, Tucson,' Arizona.' inecessor to Gandolfo & Sanguineiti: Largest and' Most Completely Stock&& Dealer in lb Soutlfiwestei'ia A WELL-SELECTED .IN THE Anything n Wani CSR'OCERIES, 8E5Y 3PAIVCY GOODS BOOTS, SHOES, MAYS AIi CAP; TRUCKS AB "VALISES, 2-1 5 J 11 N 1 T UK E , PRODUCE, PROVISIONS; HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES; POWDER, FUSE AKD L'APS; invjaERTAKERS' sltplies; S.EIHLE AI CEMENT, HAY ANI GRAIN j MINERS' SUPPLIES, CONTRACTORS' SIJPJPHES. Tiie Best -Goods; Slowest Prices: " ' Hsai8&Me Dealing, awd Courteous Treatment to 'Alls fSF'Special Attention Given with Promptness and Dispatch. . . r E, F. SANGOINETTI Arizona's Leading Merchant. Fresh and Fir3t-Class Goods, and Prices as Low as Any Store in town. GIVE ME A CALL AND A TRIAL. ALTHEE THE foneer mercantile OF YUMA COUNTY. Wholesale and Retail lealer in GROCERIES A'D DRY G00i)S, J1AY, GRAIN Alip LUMBER, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS. - - - YUMA. ARTZntf." Bread, Pies and Calen, 35 Fruits, 2Tnts and Candie. A. E. IHRIG, Prop, Free Delivery. At tiie Front a- Rows mMi EXTRA. FAMILY mm ; STOCKTON MILLINGCO. , STOCKrON.CAuFORirJA. : ? sfin x'rancisco ouice, : 130 California Strflet. ? STOCK OF NEW OOOM Mowing Lmss 1 Fi7Rzvisiiiar& goods; to Outside Orders. All Orders hileo! l'UMA, A.K1ZOX 1 1 Citars and Tobacco, Vegetables and Produce. - v ! I MOMSTI, Hou P. O. Box nui 1 w aujju i Y I UI a 1 11 and well elebted line of SeneHii cMerefcandise; bctl wholesale and retail. JIIso May and Spain, Under takers' Supplies, Furniture; 5iard ware, .Miners' Supplies, Farming Implements; Tihwarfe, Istfc: UuriierShMfii Ave. and Third Sifc:; J9