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rSSVi V 8 The Pioneer Journal S I The PSoneep Journal & Locally Kad Editorially tho ) ?apir for th People Locally and Editorially tho Paper Sop tho PcrpIo fi-sa rvw vsa ffisj Best Advertising Medium Best Advertising Medium e 31 "Independent in .All Tilings;" VOL. XXIX. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1899. NO. 4; jaHJji.,Mj,,aMa,tMji-jg ihnnman ff"i 1 TC3Ktr-Mr'Mr'g'rwiW' nr,n" firffjfmmimemmnmMWfwammMmmMmmmmfm f ji 'M'riaawMtfaMMtMMMaiMwiMMfiMMMiw 'tl'"Jr'a,MiBMM,rTf'tawri - PUBLISHED KVEllY SATURDAY AT Yuma, Arizona, -BY i. W; IORRiaiG'ro:Vi Prop. - SI 00 2 00 SUBSCRIPTION. S is months One Year 43VE3TISING RATES made known on application Address, ARIZONA SENTINEL, Yuma. Arizona HIS PAPCK Dake'8 Advertising Agency, 64 and G5 Merchants Exchange, .-Un Francisco, California, where contracts for advertis' made for it. OFFIHAL DIRECTORY. TERRITORIAL omCKRS. N. O. MUHPHv Vt . r C. S. AKERS f o .c. f. ainswort.-i :; K "I." W. T. PEXBERTOK 1 BASOBKa......"....""-"' o L LONfJ .scrr. f rubi.ii. y r wMLSOV DBLK3ATSTOCOOUE9S VtVnRFRT BROWN Scrr. TERRiroaiAL Prisox. . ..HERBERT 1JKU. TCCS0X LASD 0FF1CR. t 1STER, .1 CCSITCK ...MUTTON R. vOORb . ........ OUIW "v " C0CXTV OFFICRRB. Jcdob WEBSTER STREET n. nr niTRicTCoKRT C. II BRINLEY i DR. P.G. COTTER. Chairman: C. . SUPKRT1S0RB tippnvs ,nri 1 W. UNDERHILT. Olrk of Board of FfJfff'SS' .a.FRNK LTaxCoo "asses.JOHN SL SPEESK D"1n.e"".V .'.'.V.V.c l'b own Tkeasuher :; " KLI.IOTT u"""" , nv,wi" it crvktor ooxrr HuTfiiciAS. C ovxrr Rf.corueb DR. GREENLEsr W. E.MAKVI.N PRECIXCT 0HF1CER8. t G. M. THUR olthe Peace wHN I J. I tl C6nnbilcs.il. McPII.lUL andO )Z Wi;.Df t; l M. J.ftU Jim .. v,, Q,.hnM DlstJ 1. POLITAMITS aii'l t,uic"u (.C. EICHELBERGER ciiYorrzccRS, Uijor Cound'inen .T. II. SII-: S O. 1 1. WILLIS BEN C. IIKYL 1 JtOBKRT TAPIA f I? .1 DUNCAN. Cit.v AUornev PEARCE EVANS CiTv Sr :: :ZPETEB T. ROBERON Ai-Bor Wm. k. Ait in TM-iwe?" a. modes MaiS:........"" GEO WILDER RULES OF POST OFFICE. Mftil op?n on Sundays from 8 to 9 a. m Week days S a. m. to 6 p. m. No money order business on Sun day. Mail closes at 7 o'clock p. m. R. H. CHANDLER. P. M. YU3IA LODGE, 2S0. 7, A. U. U. W. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiing Brethren in good standing are in vited to attend. Yours in C. II. and P. F. Q. Bhiisdell, M. W. R. S. Hatch. R. D" T. IIEFFERNAN. PHYSICIAN AND ecu. Office in Gondcr'a Dru Store. "ROLLER, L. X., H. D. Jhysiclan and .Surgeon. First Street, Near Main, tUMA - ARIZONA jgULLARD, PURDY GEO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in alt Courts. Business promptly attended to. Office in ROOM 4, TUIBODO BUILDING, PHOENIX, - - ARIZ. JpLLlOTT, W. 11. CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Yuma. A. T. jjUKE, GEO. A. NOTARY PUHLI3. YcfA, ----- Arizona. Wanted-flir Idea "WTio can thins o'. active Unpie tiling to ru; en W Prt teet Tour ideas: thpr mcv br'ni- you wpalin "Write JOHN WEUDEKBtJRN & CO, Patent Attor Jiejs. Wasblngtoij. D. C. for Ihel.- 1.BOO prlxo ofler iC list of two tuiidrctl hiTcntlona TrantoU. We keep in Block mining location notices n'ccurdm'g to the latest Ari zona law. u w i v we ORACH ERQ? CAE1HET iUlROICK SEWING MflcH! II " M?bt,c.o:p ;ujt..M,iBli. 'I bvr. You caa examine it at your nearest ireiKni o.epoi jfl'vnBime,aaQ w wm rciuni jourvio.su tay uu jou arc not r-vrejsKjv Ll . -A. WM.lliUtrntBirAfana iradfiof Eetrlns JSch'..Mt t.tO, tXAWHtniS: SIC OJ, 11.00, $12.(tjind cp, all f ally des-cribed Jn our .Viv, WH? A m ( Ciloru. but16.50 for this DROP DCSK CABIXCT CLUD1CK ! 5iT?i' . a l miT S . wsttent vclce eur offered by ny hot!);. WARE OF IR3iTAnQres TIM- a,OjiCii: uastiowit luitLiect tidier vo and decorated .-7- orftnofnl'li! nitpn t ilrrns iraaril. Iin.l fw'liiafAhlo Tl' Hi S - ?iW3 tl kind of lur.cy work. A o- inmr.t e-fsrsc: Hjuniirnn pv-j-iTU!ca!i!. f Si v - ':.B it nnPTP unit mnTU!!P c ain.Iocjw uistUse. coniurro it with " ?V3 n o-jsio iuu nuininu th0..e yo,Jr r.nre);repr -ells at i..rtO tc &CCO, and then !f convinced that yoa are xavinpr S2u.oo to ?0.00 nay y.av fr'.lsr.t v.-rut tti ,.1S..C. fR T3 EE7T:.V TOUB 815.SO If alr.ny time within three rionths you s :v yon ari not f-llsfl'.d. OUiLj; 'lti hi ?XZ" SITZ-AT. (i'er-rs, RobucU Co.artfc.roi:- h"v n AaAv. CtUtw. Stress,- EARS ROEBUCK 6t CO.' (inc.) Chiceo, III. DAVID BALZ, Prop. Wholesale and Hetal Dealer in BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL AND SAUSAGE. Alfalfa fed cattle from Salt J River Valley received 3 by rail here. 5, "lVr.ix. St. 2'-UL233i.. & Agricultural The Colebrated Bain Wagons, Buckeye Mowers, Tiger Hay Rakes, Ete., Etc. Sole agent for Yuma County for Baker & Hamilton, Los Angeles. HAY AND GRAIN Bought and Sold. SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T. G. S. PETERK1N & ap:CTt Blacksmith Wagon Maker. Shop on Main and Sec ond streets. Unrpo Sboein iUI oo h a u i'Ufttci ti. YU3IA, A. T. Fliree I3stlr Sections of 5af o tt real Ganl, :is fine asicS lor. tilo an HIoav over C:ir;iel. SIO PER ACRE. FERPETUAL WATER RIGHT JNDSR the celebrated Mohawk Canal in the Celebrated Mohawk Vallev. Each half sec rion has FOIITV AC It ALL LEVELED, FENCED AND READY 1'OU FAKiihMi. Inquire of Yasitn, Arizona, Or GE0I1GI5 V. NORTON, Mohvwk, i oma Co.. Ariz. THE GEM, C. V, MEEDEN. PROK, Main street. WINE, LIQUORS Slid CIGARS BVERYTIUNG FmS'T-OIASS in cvury rcspo" and POPULA K PAWSS. i j .rj t; e u X X Eoccs o , 72 tu i O ""s-ifs z o "o " r MS Z g tj 8s O G , u v oh r w Uh Vf ITH TLl DSCtS.cut ttls ou. out mid heuj to ua and Wjji saod j on ouK K12H J tnu n unu- SOLIO QUARTER O.VC p 7SU.3!!T,p!'.'is;!j closed (head dropping fniai t-i;r::t to f s mpl c a ctatcr taWe, tal ordcit.the other cpoo wit- tuil UniUtai.le nd heaii i ptace lor Kfiwlnrr. I fancy drnwMj, latest 1S33 sL Setcc T-asir. esroJ. r.ar.-leil. cni- cabinot.Uhi;h. finest ulL-kf cira'.verpu'l. n-sts .n o:ir treadle. t-'enuinsSmvili iron f t.r-d. n vrlnder. adjustablp bearir.e-!. ptcn '.."itor.irjpif. cd loose . i.adjnstflblo pressure fa..t, iuipmvo.l "' ' uui.k--'I.t'or. . ulrVM tr'siasrd. CjAlT A T JTkZHD fc ll;'if -.t ranr.'sp. i.t.) .'r2' ! nai. c-sresl ool.e Irti tnarbln. made. Etrry tta sttacevcut Ii-fii-riflira and our Pre 2 I- -Btructioa Eoolc tells Ji:sr how anyore cwi run Itr.nd dueKhpr plain nrcny heart U h:.r".v..iif!r !Ttr;?d arkfl cmzcht n:M anO bantlfc!! THE YUMAj-t- HSSh ARKET P. It. lEOTOGUS, PROPRIETOR. ALFALFA-FED BEEF, freeh from thn far-lamed meadows of the Salt Rivnr Valley. Prices the Lowest in Town. Free delivery to all parts of the city. GaiailoIS Block, MAIN STREET. - - YUMA, ARIZONA JOHN GHIOTTO, DEALER IN General Merchandise ways I'l-ewti a.ntl ol'tko E5et. "fly Dry Gooii Uepariment in .Siiiili ctl Avlthlne t.aieist aud Siost Keaiitll'ul PaltcniH, GIVE ME A CALL ANI GET MY PS&ICiES Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED BY NEW ARRIVALS who claim to SELL GHEAl'ER. I Will Not Be Undersold. Cor. Main and Fourth fcJts. Phoenix Restaurant & Chop House, JOE CON, Prop, MAIN 8TREET. Located in the Gundolfo Block. Meala 25c-, 35c. and 50c., served at all hours of the day and night. Board per week, $5. OYSTERS, FISH AMD CHiCKEN. "How to Cure all Skin Diseases." Simply apply "S vayxk's Oist.ve.nt." No internal medicine required. Curos tetter, eczema itch, all eruption on the faes, hands, nose, &c. leaving the skin clear, white and hgalthy. Its great healing and curative powers arc possessed by no other rotuody. Ask vour druggist for Swaykb'b Oistiiknt. MOHAWK fcv Norton's Hot8l, Stage and TeSahposie Lines FROff! MOHAWK TO TEXAS HILL OS JS. P. JtAILKOAD. The !! age leaves Mohawk for T.ixas Hill daily except Sund.iy nd con nects with the. westbound passen gcr train. Stage leaves Texas Hill for Mohawk at 9:30 a.m. daily or on arrival of westbound Ii:is?r-nger I rain. Tulephone service from Texas Hill o King of Arizona mine. Parlies wnhling teams to meet them oxi arrival of any train can tele phone for them. Their orders wiil be promptly attended to. Rigs fitted out to take parties to the dilVerent mining camps on tju north side of the Gila Iiiver. King of Arizona Mines, the Oregonian Mines, Bhena Vista and La Mexicana Mines, Mohawk Copper Mines, Ete, Etc. Good Hotel accommodations at Mo hawk. Ferry across the Gila river. GEO. W. iVOKTOiVy SHoItaAVlc . Arizona. Piles! Piiesi itcli'ing Piles. Sviii-TOMS Moicture; vnsu itching and stinging most at night; worse by icratchiiig. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ul cerate, becoming very sore. Swavkk'h Ointment itops the itchine and bleeding, hceU ulceration and in most cases removes the tumors. At drui gitts, or by mail, for 50 cents. Jr. fcwaync & Son, UUHfcS WHfcRE AtL rg uet. uiunu cyrup. Aasics uooa. J30 UiiZSJKXa.KS?-9.2 JS Pffl SB I II Mil TIIE CROWN GILL. The following comes under the head of "Timely Hints to Farm ers," published by the University of Arizona Ag-icultunil Experiment Station: The crown gall is a disease very injurious to deciduous fruit tree particularly 80 to the almond, apri cot, pench, plum and nectarine. The same, or eloFcly allied galle, have been found upon the roots of the apple, pear, English walnut jrraps, raspberry, and a number of other plant?, both cultivated and wild. The disease may be readily re cognized by the large knot-like out. growths which develop at the crown of the plant just beneath the soil, or, in older plants, on the roots and rootlets. There ie no disease of de cidnous fruit trees in irrigated re gions that is as widespread and that causes so much injury to the fruit industry as the crown gall. Not only is it prevalent and rapid'-y increasing in the irrigated regions of southwestern United States, but it is becoming one of the most menacing diseases which threaten the fruit industry in practically all of the great fruit centers of the United Suitrs. For tho past six years I have had lhtj crown gall, under observation, and five years ago published a pre liminary -report regarding it, as Bulletin No. 12, of the Arizona Experiment Station. This report was based almost entirely upon ob nervations in the field. Two years igo extensive experiments were be gun to ascertain the communicabil ity of the gall. It is sufficient at this time to stato that I havo re peatedly produced the d;sease by inoculation of young seedlings with small bits of the gall, in some in-.-l-inces the gall beginning to de velop twenty days after inocula tion. Ajain, I have repeatedly pro lined the gall on almond teediing by planting the seeds in sterile soil, and at the time of planting placing a few pieces in minced gall in the soil. There is no quesli n regarding the communicability of this disease; it ia contagions. The disease is probabij caused hy a micro-organ ism known as a Mime lungus;" the Plasmodia of the organism, through irrigation, .causing the gall to de velop. Under certain conditions the plaamodia creep to the surface of the gan and form minute araoe-ba-like bodies which slowly make their way through the damp soil to other plants No details ure here given, as I expect soon to have ready for pub lication, as a bulletin for this sta tion, a detailed report of the inves tigations, describing the cause and nature of the disease, ond how best to deal with it. Knowing the na ture of the disease, tho question is how to eliminate it from the in fested orchards. The best advice that I can give to those intending to plant trees is to get trees from a nursery thati absolutely free from the crown gall. It i not sufficient to cast ftbido aside a3 worthless only those trees with galls upon thir roots. Every ires that comes from an infested nurserj' is dan gerous, and when snch trees are planted, great chances are takm. If your orchard is already infested with crown gafl, you cannot! enliie ly get rid of it. All that you can do i3 to hold it in check and keep j t'hd g&'.l as much as possible from the crowns of the trees. When it appears oh the main stem of a tree a few inchW below the ground, that is, at the crown, as it frequent ly does, particularly on young trees, it is almost certain in time, if un checked, .o cause the death of the' tree. Ab this disease on'y affects the tree at the point where the gall develops and in the adjacent tissue, if the gall be removed and some thing be applied to the wound to prevent additional growth, it can be held in check, and' a minimum amount of harm will eome to the iree for its action. Froni a nnmbar of experiments carried on in the greenhouse, where a large number of experiments for the past two years, it has been value in treating the disease. In the field the following has proved to be the most successful of any treatment as yet known. The rem edy should be applied in October and November or in March and April, as at these periods of the year the growth of the gall is most rapid: Two parts of blue3tone; One part of copperas; Three parts of quicklime. Crush the bluestone and copper as to a fine powder, thor ughly mix with the lime, and add enough water to make a thick paste. In treating the disease the crown of the trees fhould be exposed, all the galls cut away, and a quantity of the paste plastered over the wounds. This remedy prevents the growth of the soft spongy tissue infested by the plasmodiu. It is very im portant that all galls be cut from the trees and burned. PISSING OF JUIHiE HACKNEY. Glob?, Dec. 4 Judge A. II. Hackney of the Arizon i Silvur Bolt, one of the mo-t widely known newspaper men i.i the southwest, died last night. The deceased wa born in Mercer, Pa., in 1815, re ided in St ouis twenty-five years and on the frontier in New Mox:co and "Ariz ma since 1857. As a marl: of respect to the deceas ed, the business houses will close tomorrow afternoon when the fun eral takes place. Judge Hackney came to Glub rroui bilver Luty, JNew Mexico, -diorlly after the first, mineral dis coveries and in 1878 established the Silver Belt which has been eontinously under his management until a few months ago when M health compelled him to cease hn labors. His life has been ever on the frontier and hi. 'conversation vas a Etory of rminiscencers, in tensely interesting and historical, beginning way back in the days whetrih? Marquis de Lafayette vis ited the home of his ehilriiiood in Pennsylvania and from that timo on the present, his experiences all being in advance of the railroad and amid troublous scenes. The railroad never overtook him till about a year ago, when the G V. G. & N. wa- finished to Giobe. X PAYING S011T OF DAUGHTER. Wife How in the world can you afford to buy those expensive ci gars? Husband I don't buy them. "Dear me! You don't mean fo say any friend of yours ia rich enough to give you such cigars, do you?" "Well no, not exactly. The young man who has got so smitten with our daughter " "Huh! No more than she is with him." 'Well, he's an" agent or some thing for a big firm of cigar im porters, nd generally has his pockets full of their best samples. Well, after wo go to bed, and the ightu nro turned down, he ,t tikes them out of his pockets and puVs '.em on the m.-.ntelpiece to keep 'em from getting crushed, I sup pose. Then when it comes to leav ing, between the desire to lcip out without making any noise at anch i la'te hatfr and the pain of saying good night to our daughter, he for g"iU a'.l about them', f tell you. Maria, our daughter has been a limit v he aw expense, but she's o' paying for herself now,"- v J ' Port . Tit-Bits. WHAT IT MIGHT HATE COST. "In a certain town in Vermont," said the Boston drummer as he chewed" away at a pepsin tablet, "I picked up a wallet containing $500 in cash. There were papers bear ing the owner's name, and he proved to be the mayor of the town. I at on co 'limited him up and hand ed over his lost cash, and its he re received it ha looked me over and scratched' the back o his head and said: "I shall reward you", of course. How much' do' you think you ought to' have?" "Nothing whatever. ?ir. I am glad to restore your property." "Bill 'you expect something?" Matte from Grape Cream of Tartar, and Absolutely Pure Highest award, Chicago World's Fair. Highest tests by U; S. Gov't Chemists: PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO., CHICAGO. 'Didn't you htnn for me to giv you a cent?" 'Not n red." 'It doesn't seem possible," he went on as he looned me over again, ''-'ill I'll have to take yoa at your word. Do yon know what it might have cost me, 8-ir, had ar.y one else found this wallet?" " can't say, of course " "I'd have had to hand over at least 10 cents, sir, and they might have struck me for 15 or 25," Ohio State Journal. A decision was recently rendered by the supreme court of the Terri tory of Arizona affirming the de cision rendered by Judge Sloan that a vendor's lien does not ap ply in tho Territory of Aiizonar That a miner selling a mine in or der to hold a iien for the purchase price of a mine must secure his lien by mortgage, tiust, deed, or by re serving his lien for the purchase price in the deed. In other words, that in order to secure a lien for the purchase price of a mining claim sold, must have such a lien a matter of record in the office of the county recorder in the county in wnrch such mine or mining claim is situate. This is valuable infor mation to miners to thet end tnat to protect their rights they must h'ave a lien .of record. Gazette. The country is full of experts, who, in the language of the late lamented Bill Nye, don't know a true lodge from a trv.e fissure go pher hole. The other day one of theie gentlemen was standing by the Old Dominion tramway as the buckets brought in a tram load of fluxing lime. The expert took a piece of the lime, adjured his mag nifier philosophically, gave it a profound jack knife assay, and re marked' he didn't believe it would run over twelve per cent in copper, but it might carry considerable sil ver. Such' rusty frauds as these call to our mind the iiamortal par ody on Maud Muller: ''Of all sad words I ever spake, the saddest are these, he'i a bioomin'fako.'' Globe limes. - AVuthful' Stockton man rushed to catch a river boat for San Fran-cit-co, hut was about two minutes I&te. The steamer was six feet out as he reached the dock. Ho swung his grip aboard", and, jumping, caught a rope and a post and held fast. Everyone imagined he had fallen in. The captain, peering over the side, saw his intrepid pas senger. "Here you," he shouted, "by jiminy cricket?, don't you ever do that again!" The passenger had' hauled himself aboard by this time, and' turning to the captain with a look' of scorn said, "What do do you think I am going to do jump back and try it over again?' S! F. Wave. Money talks Thai's why they put a woman's head on a silver -iy l jcr V jr ' v Rer) Imitation bafcfng; powders are mostly made from alum. They may cost less per pound, but their use is at the cost of health. "And you still employ the ordeai jffire in your courts of justice?' we exclaimed in horror. The barbaric King hastened, to" explain that recourbe was had to tho ordeal of fire only in certain jases , "If a man is accused of murder," 'aid his majesty "we do not subject riim to tho ordeal of fire, but if h is accused of wearing celluloid coi lar, we do. Yes." . After all there was something in '.he jurisprudence of this rude na- tion to command our respect. De troit journal. . . . Work on the Santa Fefe Grand Canvon raiiroad is progressing at a v rapid rate, says the Williams ev"?. - Material and supplies are arriving daiiy. The' i -boarding out fit for the construction crew "has been moved twelve miles from. town. 1 wo construction trains have been put on, one of which stays with the stfel gang and the other doing the "swing: work." Dick (describing the singer) She had azure eyes; minstrel joke hir , IdaT One moment, Dick! What is "mir.atrei joke hair?" Dick Why a rich chestnut, of co-irse. Girls couldn't see through a window with the glass out. Chi cago News In conversation with President Kirn ball last Saturday, he inform ed us that work an the Enterprise canal would be commenced at an early day This canal will bring about doubb the number of acres under cultivation in this valley. Arizonan. - There were no louder cheers along the line of yesterday's parade than those which greeted the Rough .Rider3. They were strictly "in it." Republican.. . Crowded streets, applauding vis itors and general good will and comfort have fully justified carni val week, says the-Repnblican. Some people pay so much atten tion to their reputation that they loose their character. Rro.-'j Horn. rTHey" Wear Like! I rori COPPER RIVETED OVERALLS SPB5N& BOTTOM PANTS LEW STRAUSS & CO. I j BAN FHANCtSCO. j! Si-.Tcif.iM' Mi mm mm. mnn m ihhmmmih.