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J. W. POERPraTOJ, ProprUUr. WXJMJL - . ARIZONA. BATURDAY, DEC 9, 1899. 7 C. DAKE, 2J. r NEWSPAPER AO Exchange. San Francisco, is our authorized agent. This paper is Kept uu oifioe. 5. S- DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. Fr the seven days Ending Friday Dee. 8, 1809. day. Rel. Humid Ci-n 5am 5p m Max. .Min Sunday.. 71 51 " MondiV '2 3j I - TnCTday 60 42 " 33 Wednesday 68 M 19 Thursday 69 51 ' 22 Friday 65 S3 M 24 tlvcrajo. B3 47 37 J 21 Rainfall lot th week .00 inch MATTHEW B. DkVANE. Station Agent, Weather Bureau LOCAL NOTES, Santa Claus will soon come to town. R. J. Duncan is in Los Angeles on business. Joe Nugent was in town this week from the King. James May returned Thursday from California. A new ruby light adds taste to the artistic Ruby front. Sheriff Speese returned yesterday from the carnival. A. new ana arusuc gu uecuru.es Among the Yuma people attending tne iront ol tne bera saioon. ,hn carnivill llli3 week arc Misges Mrs. C. D. Baker returned the first Katherine and Agnes Balsz, Mrs of the week from Los Angeles. Alex BaW.. Miss Rosa Simon, Mr. and F. L. Ewing took in the sights al Mrs. Frank Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. H the Phoenix carnival tliis week. S. Langhlin, Mr. and Mrs YV. H. When in town call and trv a sam-l L-von' A p- , Abran Molina and pie of Yuma Bakery chewing candy Ol. T. W. Bnoks, Senator Ivcf, Ira Smith and J. E. Devine visited the Potholes last Sunday. There is some talk of putting the Ives dredger to work on the placer grounds at that point. The new hook and ladder appara tus for the Fire Department arrived the first of the week, and now with a few more plugs scattered over town the boys will be able to cope with any old blaze. A home party was tendered our lit tle friend, Miss Stephanie Frank, on Tuesday of hist week, the occasion be ing in celebration of her twelfth birth day. May she live to celebrate in-Miy dozen more birthdays. H. F. Bush, well known in Yuma, writes from Honolulu subscribing for Sentinel. Mr, Bush is connected with the Honolulu Iron Works, and writes that he is well pleased with our island possessions. A part of the staff of the English & German physicims of Los Angeles will beat S. P. Hotel on Monday and those suffering with any ailment from a bunyon up to a surcharge of poor relations will do well to call on them J. M. Clark of Pasadena arrived in town the first of the week for the purpose ol making preparation" to settle in the Colorado valley. Mr. Clark is now at Soinerton and will shortly move hi family and effects to this promised land. Considerable wind has prev iled here this week and lat Wednesday Boreas in his fury swept the streets lean. It requires a day or two like Wednesday in each year to caee the inhabitants to appreciate the ideal weather of the balance of the year. Mrs. Stella Corwell arrived Wed nesday evening from Needles, on a visit to her brother, Tom Goodman. Miss Helena Roach, the handsome school teacher at Mohawk, was before the County board of school examiner and received a second class certificate Mi-s Roach made many friends while in Yuma. A municipnl election is 1 illed to take place on the first Tuesday in January. Candidates for the various offices are now diligently building' their fences. A mayor, city council men, ma'sbal, treasurer,, etc , are to voted for. S. W. IJayk-y, A. Bien kowski and Abran Molina are men tioned for the office of city marshal It is announced that Mayor Shanssey wm stand lor re-election, l lia aspir ants for the other offices have not yet come in out of the dark. IN NEBRASKA. W. D. Lue returned Thursday j evening from Berkeley, Cal., where lie spent Thanksgiving with hi fam ily. Mr. Luce attended the game of football between Stanford and Berke ley and says it was one of the grand est affairs he ever witnessed. Twenty thousand seats were sold at the price. of $1 50 per seat, arid excitement and interest was at white heat throughout the game. His son Robert is a mem ber of the Berkeley eleven and is counted an excellent player. We are lull of trouble here In Nebraska, For the people pop each year In Nebraska. Yes, our grand old party ship Now is "goosed" on every trip Bryan has us on the hip In Nebraska. When he -ays a thing is so, In Nebraska,, True or pot it has to go In Nebraska. Tariff, silver naught, 1 vow, Has escaped that bulging brow- It. is Auinaldo now In Nebraska. Silver's case is out of court I.i Nebraska. But new fads arc. Bryan's forte In Nebraska. He has twenty, I suppose, But his Filipino pose Is the latest one that "goes" In Nebraska. Resolutions of L'ondoleuce. A couple of new signs tell the way farer where to find the Hotel Gaii dolfo. Supervisor-Underbill has returned from a visit to his old home in Mis ipuri. Superintendent Epes Randolph vis ited Yuma this week on his way to Los Angeles. District Attorney xJi own will now be found in the Gandolfo block where he has his office. M. L. Pool returned Thursday from Altar, Mexicuwhere he lies some val uable mining claims. Senator Ive returned Sunday from Fhoenix and left the following day for his home at Shorb, Cal. Settlers are arriving daily in the Colorado valley and an era of unprece dented progress is now at hand. Ltr. ureeniear leit biinday evening for Phoenix, where he represented the local lodge of Elks on Elks Day. The roof is now on the new Catholic church and that handsome edifice will soon be ready for occupancy. Mel Greanleaf left Monday to view the Phoenix carnival and to visit a few days with his family at Tempe Jjr. ureen ot eannrd arrived m Yuma Monday and will remain dur ing the winter for the benefit of hi.- health. Alex. Alexander of the firm of Nti- gent.,i Alexander of the King of Ari zona mine, transacted business in Yuma this week. Billy Mimmick returned Wednes day morning from Bisbee and will re lume bis position as chief mixologist for J. H. Shanssey. Fred Wefsel was in town last Satur day from his ranch up the river. Mr. Weesel reportB eveything lovely in bis neck o' the woods. C.Eytel, an artist of some eminence from Los Angeles, spent a day or two in Yuma this week sketching the beauties of our landscapes. Dr. Greenleaf returned this morn ine from Pnoenix. The doctor look the prize for being th ugliest Elk in attendance upon tho carnival. Among the Yuma ppople who vis ited the carnival at Phoptux this week were Mr. and Mrs. P B. Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hodges. A large number of Yuma ppo le attended the carnival at Phoenix tin week, and they report that the capi tal city more than did herself proud. Frank Avila was down this week from the Colorado mine. He reports the mine as still holding her own and giving promise of proving a great producer. The regular meeting of the city cruncjl has been postponed from last Monday till next Monday,, owing to the abrence of Recorder Robertson, who is in Globe on legal business. Wm. Hesky left Wednesday for the Plamosa mining district where is in terested in soma very valuable mining claims. Mr. Hesky says he ha taken a solemn oath to make a million dol lars eut of Yuma county and he is certain tbat he will do it', Terlilo Contreras. Tickets are now on sale for the masquerade nail and banquet to take place at the Southern Pacific hotel on Christmas ni;-ht under t lie auspices of the Yuma Fire Department. The last function of the Department will be remembered favorably and it is needles to predict a grand affair. There was hp incipient blaze on 'The Rincon" last Saturday, and pis tol shots the usual alarm of fire in Yuma invoke the Fire Department to a gallant clash to the scene of th threatened confi rgration only to find that a bucket brigade had got in its deadly work and the blaze as non est. Mayor Shanssey will open the "Old Plantation" in the Gandolfo block tonight. The opening will be an auspicious occasion and the public are invited to attend. The bar anil fixtures are among the most elegant in the territory. Handsome Bi lv Alimnuck will do the honors b. ind the bar. The members of the Ladies, Auxil iary Lpague. desire the public to re member the dates of the fair which ii to take place at the new Catholic church building next Wednesday, Thursday ami Friday and Thursday afternoon. The event will eclipse all previous efforts and those who do not attend will have misBed much Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W.: We, your committee, appointed for the purpose of drafting resolutions of condolence to the friends and rela tives of our late brother, C. V. Con nor offer the following: Whereas our Heavenly Father has called to his eternal home our belov ed brother, C. V. Connor, be it Resolved that, while we deeply de plore the loss of one of the charter numbers ol our lodge, a noble, wor thy brother and loyal friend, we ex ten ' our heartfelt sympathies to his dear oesin this, their sad hour of bereavement. Resolved tha our charter he draped in mourning, and that these resolu tions be spread upon the records of the ldge, and copies scut to the sor rowing relatives of our deceased bro ther, and furnished the local news paper for publication. Donald McTxtyre, j P. G. Cotter, J. E. Devise. While the f.trmer farms his farm In Nebraska, Bryan ieus w tli great alarm In Nebraska, The encroachments of the strong 'Gainst the weaker, which is wrong This has evpr been his song, In Nebraska. Thio has been the song he sang In Nebraska, Till the level valleys rang, In Nebraska, Till the burden of bis cries Yielded honors and 'supplies." We believe the man is wise, In Nebraska. Nebraska State Journal Gorton's Minstrels In the mythology of Ancient Greece Hymen, the'god of marriage, was the half brother of Ksculapius, the god of medi cine. The ancients believed that mar? riage and health should go to gether, and rs a result the Greeks of that time have ever since been looked upon as types ot physical perfection. Sickly moth ers cannot bear Healthy children. The prospective mother should use every precaution to preserve and foster her health. Not alone for the sake of the little one to come but for her own sake. A perfectly healthy woman is in no danger and in very little pain at her time of 'trial. There must be due preparation for this time. Nature makes the prepara tory penuu uiree-iourms or a vear and women who take the hint from nature and use the time properly need have no lears ot the outcome Dr. Pierce's Fn vorite Prescription isn medicine designed to cure all distinctly feminine ailments and taken dunmr the period of aestatinn it renders childbirth easy, safe and com paratively painless. It is the invention of Dr. R. V. Pierre of Buffalo, N. Y.. a resiilarlv P-rarl physician and skilled, specialist in the cure ot an diseases or woman. Mrs. Orrin Stiles, of Downing. Dunn Co., Wis. writes : I oninot praise your Favorite Pre scnption' enough, for I have not been as well for uve years as 1 iow am. in July last I had a babv uuy. wi jSiit n ins. t was oniv sick a short time and siuce I got up have not had one sick day." Sick women can consult Dr. Pierce by icttei ireeoi cuarge. iivery letter is held stncuy private ana sacredly confidential. jjesigmng men work on women's feelings, by advising women to "write 10 a woman who understands woman's needs." It is useless to seek advice about disease of any woman who is not a phy- oii.ia.1. iur as unown no qualified woman physician is connected with any uicuiij mcuiuinc esiaousnment. S3 Successor to Gandolfo & Sangainsttl: MCTTB 1 i L8isiirest amd Most Completely StofckfeS lealei id lIEKBiriEsiAiDiii f sd Southwestern AriEoh&i Vuina Comity Records. It is reported that the Hedges ball team i practicing diligently and Hip Yuma nine mnst not become so in toxicated with tbeir recent victory as to deem practice u-eless. Get out to morrow, boys, and throw the ball around if yon can't do any bpttr Practice makes perfect, and defeat must not perch upon Yuma's ban ner. Such a brilliant beginning must not end in ignominious failure. During the excitement of the ball gamf on Thanksgiving day we failed to make mention of the marriage of our fellow-townsman, Mr. Frank Webster, to Miss Ruth Bossing, the happy event occniing at 8 o'clock of that overling Mr and Mr.-. Web ster l"ft the following morning for a hort hnpv ntoon trip to Los Anueles, returning to uina a wt-ek later. Slav thov have something to be thankful for op next Thanksgiving Day. Deafness Cannot be Cured. y lo"al application, as they cannot reach the disc ised portion o' t bp ear. There is only one way rn cure deafness, nd that is by con- titutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling ound or imperfect hearing, and when is entirely closed deanrns is the re- ult, and unless the inflammation can taken out and this tnlin rts'red to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed orover; nim cases opt of tn are caused by catarrh, wlii- h is nothing but an inflamed con jriop of thp niticou surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars or any case o; j on in ess (ca.u-ed iy atarrh) thit can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for -ir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the beef. Bargain and sale deed to lot 5. block 11G, Village of Yuma, from Roberto Tapia and wife to J. M. Molina. Articles of incorporation of the Bos ton Automobile Company; incorporat ors. James .1. Camlridge, J. A. Marsh and If. F. Peart ; capital stock, $00,000. Notice of location of the north one half of the so ttheast one fourth and the noit.li one-half of the southwest one fourth i f section 13, township 9 south, range 24 wei-t, bv Aaron Alt. Deed to the King of Arizona. Home stake, Last Hope and Mud o Bueno mining claims. King of Arzona district from the King of Arizona Mining and Milling Company to Hie King of Ari zona Company. Consideration, $10. Noticp of lorstion of Los Alamos quartz claim, S. H. mountains, by J. W. Bumgardner, G. S. Hendricks ami R. T. Depp Amendment of section 13 of Articles of Incorporation of the Colorado Val ley Canal and Levee Company. App liniment of J. W. Davis as dpp uty constable of Yuma precinct, by H. H. McPhaul, constabl-. Bill of sile of all personal property on certain described pieces of land in Colorado Valley, from Robert Martens to Thomas Lowe and C. S. Rohrer. Consideration, $730. Warranty deed to the northeast one- fourth or section 21, township 10 south, range 24 west, from Francisco Gonzales and wife to Altln e M udeat i. Quit-claim deed to the northwest one-fourth of section 30, to.vnship 8 south, r nge 23 west, from George 0. Sexsmiih and H. E. Hinds to W. T. Hefl'ernan Consideration, $2,000. Bi 1 of sale of all persoal property op the north cvest one fourth of section 30 township S south, range 23 west, from George C. Sexsrni'th anil H. E. Hind-! toW. T. HeiTernan. Consideration $n00 Quit-chum deed to lot. 2, bl ek 96. in the V:I1 tge of Yunri, from Geory A Duke and wife to Yuma Building ard Loni Association. ' iisfdera'i'-n. $1 NtiVo of location of the Flamingo quartz claim, Bill Williams. Mstriur, bv A. S Garrett an t T. A. Bwman Loeiti'ip mitici: o' lb" .lay. (J q ia'iy. cl lim, Sriii c i mining liistrict. bv t Brown. As-5-:nopt affidavit o annual la bor f,,r 1899' ,n Hie Belle of Vm:1 qicsrry. 1 i:n. Ki' g of Arizona reining .'is'iic'.bv M-.'x p .hp l?-.. AJod.s ti and Manuel I,o vfptiets A;poiutuie;,t of Pet.-r F. Burk as oep'n an ia"ie i ijir i uify precinct by SautoJ Be , oy. cotistahb. Asscrisrnrrit. affidavit of annual li bor for 1899 on thr Desert D.arf and Desert Chief quartz claims, Gila City mining district, by Robert Gael. With an avalanche of burnt cork nr rrymakersare coming next Saturday It is a show that alwavs pleases This year there are many pi using features that are new to the east. Gorton Min-trels are tue cleanest, most inter esting and prettiest minstrel show to day in America. They have just re turned Irom the Paticic coast, where they have wn golden opinions of thp press throughout the whole country. There is a laugh almost every minute during the splendid performance, anil of tho many featurps, music and song are in the lead. There is a magnificent new first part and an absence of his- terousness. Not a word is said to offend the most mo lest. The Crescent C-ty Quartette will Hiig their harmonious songs, give all sorts of imitations, etc: the comedians will convulse you with their funny antics; the dancers will please yon and you will be more than pleased with the music. l ne noticps accorded uorton's are certainly of a most praiseworthy na ture. This is a good show and will pack the house. Output of tlie Klondike. No one will ever know exactly how much gold was taken from the Klon dike fields the pat season. Since the Engli-di governmentimposeda royalty, the miners have adopted all sorts of nisei to evade the law. It is rather ciriicnlt to dodge taxes, but it is mon difficult to dodge a bad cold and the grip at this rime of year. When t he system i.i weakened by such attacks, and 'he blood becomes thin and im poverished, tho best medicine to take is. Ho.-tel tor's Stomach Bitters. This I remedy build- up it overcomes con stipation. It is good for the kidiiP3's and liver, too, stimulating these organs into the proper performance of their functions. Nothing is so good for malaria. A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF KEY COOi J7 X EE IS' 3 .IN THE IlOWHBJ rorOvcr I'ifiy Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrnn haul "ecu used ior over httv years bv mil- i lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect buecess. It soothes the child, softens the irr.ms allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately, bold bv Druggists in even- part ot the World. Twentv-fivn cents I a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs Winslow's Soothihg Syrup," and take no other kind. GROCERIES, WItY GOODS, FAIVCV .GOODS AWI STOTIOIVW,, cLOTiiiKq, JFurcrtfisiaiG goods.' BOOTS, SIIOEK, HATS AND CAPS TKffjrVKS AXO VAE.ISB5S, F5JIUIVITUKE,' PRODUCE, PDJOVBSIOIVS, HARD WAKE, Til XV A KE, STOTEsJ POiTDfiK, FUSE Aft'D CAPS," ITDE5STABEJCS' SffJPPI,lES, lT.HME AJVD CEMEWT, MAY AMD GKAIIV,' MINERS' SUPPLIES," CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES. oiiiO! The Best Goods, Lowest Pa-ices Complete assortment of fresh fruit the best in the mar ket. Confectionery and Candy fresh from the fac tory. Gandolfo Block Complete assortment of Ha vana, Mexican and Domestic Cigars. A full line of sta tionery. YUM, ARIZONA. Coarteo&s Treatment to All! F"Special Attention Given with Promptness and Dispatch. to Outside Orders. "'I ; -All Orders filled N . E. F. SAIOTEHi Arizona's Leading Merchant. J IUMA, ARIZONA NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Fresh aod First-Class Goods, and Prices as Lo as Any Store in Town." GIVE ME A CALL AND A TRIAL. The beer that made Milwaukee famous at The Ruby. The best line of canned camp goods in town at Tnnini's. For chapped hands, sun burn and freckles trv Cotter's Cold Cream. Before going camping call on A. Tonini. Canned lunch goods of every description. Yellowstone and Monogran whiskies at The Ruby. Fresh assortment of canned and deviled meats for travelers' lunch at Tonini's. A full line of Toilet Cream at Cot ter's Drug Store. Cotter's Drug Store has a full line of perfumes in fancy bottles suitable for presents. Wanted To rent cottag of two or three rooms furnished, or rooms for light house keeping. Enquire at this office. imported canned goods sucn as Champignons French peas, string beans, i tc , at Tonini's, Gandolfo block. Rilev's Cash Store, fancy and stap- ple groceries. As cheap as the cheapest All goods promptly delivered free. ( Im-tuias Good" -A large vanetv of 'oll . t'Miri-dmas eards, boli'-ay cal endars, p-rfdmes, fancy holiday t-ta- tioncrv, photograph albums, etc, at Tonini's Go to Geo P.ixwn -t re and get all .ii-('s t !roit. vei't.ahlcs, cigars, to i. co. i read, cakes, pics, etc. Quick -ile- aiid sma'l pivfits is my motto Po-torliee corner. oii ''-ned s-'iio, capped smoke. b:-r::ng 'mpcrf'd sardines, Richard o 1 R--; in.-' i bii ken , and English plum p'wlipng, Blue Point oysters elan:-, shrimps, etc . ai Tonini's . t; t "fii'r Oh i;.--ni::s ejin-lv and uut at. the Y i'O i P iker-, a d if y?u wap' a quantity at the lowest prices yon cannot fail to he. pleased with your treatment, remember the . Yuma Bakery, IIor.?estead Application No. 232G. Department of the Istebxor, Land Ollice at Tucson. Arizona. November 9, 1899 Notice is hereby piven that the following. named sertler has filed notice 'of Ms inten tion to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma Arizona, on December, 23,1599, viz: Georgi W. Crane, of Yuma, Arizona, lor the N. W. M Sec. 14, T. 10 S., It. 24 W G. it S. It. D. it M. lie names the ibll.nvui; witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of taid land, viz William 1$. Fain, ltoy Sexsmith and Edw Yuma, Arizona. Milton R. Moore, Register. First publication Nov. 11th, 1S99. ALTHEEl -THE' mum Housi OF YliSVJA COUNTY." Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS HAY, GRAIN AN 1) LU5IBER. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. Richard R. Marablc, CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS, - - YUMA ARIZON' Iward L. Crane, all of ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS. j Bread, Pie and Cakes, mils, Xnts and Candies. Cigars and Tobacco, Vegetables and Produce. In the matter of the Estate of Peter Nichols Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator ol the instate o i e er .Nichols deceased, to the creditors of, and all per sons having claimes against said estate, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch ers, within four month after the first publi cation of this notice to said administrator, at his office on Main street in Yuma, county of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate.: Dated this 3rd day of November, A. D. 1899. Paul Moretti, Administrator of said Estate. First publication Nov. 4th, 1S99. j A. E IHRIG. Prop. " " J! Free Delivery. n & W .. .. 01 Groceries, Dry Goods, Fruit Nuts and Candies. Cigars and Tobacco. Butter and eggs. Low price. Mam St. YTTM A, ARIZONA iil! DESERT LAM), FINAL PROOF MTiCE FOR PAB LIGATION. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Tucson, Ariz., November 3, 1599. Notl.ce is hereby given that Thomas A. Jordan of Yuma, Arizona, assignee of Charles L. Brown, has hlcii notice of in tention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 2717. for the S. XA Sec. 10, T. 10 R. 24 W., G. its. R.I5. & M., before t he Cleric of the District Court at Yuma, riznjia, on Wednesday, the 20th day of December, 189.. HiMia.ne-sM t')l .v. l r v f l f u tnpriv he complete irrigation and reclamation of .iid land: . Robert II. Theilman, Archev C. Jordan, Vntonio Ruiz and William II. DeBerry, all of Yuma, Arizona. Milton R. Moobe, Register. First Dublibtlion'Nov. 4th, 1890. EXTRA. FAMILY 1 Ki tine Front atf In ppiees and quality witfe a lapge and well selected line of (Senepaf .Merchandise." bctli wholesale and retail. Jlisc Jiay and grain, Under takers' Supplies, Furniture. .Hard- ware, .Miners' Supplies. Farming Implements; Tinware. Etc. STOCKTON MILLINGCfMi SIUCKTQN.CAUFQRINA. jV !S P.nr, -E t nm.. 4 Corner Madison Ave. an, ihird Strict,'