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tawL ARIZONA. SATURDAY, JAN- 13. 1900. E. C. DAKE, NEWSPAPER AD- Exchange, San Francisco, is our authomcd ....t;c5nT ATfillt. UO iUIUll.i" agent. This paper is Kcpu oiiicc. U. S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE. WEEKLY WEATIIEK REPORT. g Friday Temp. Uax .Min 72 5 74 4S 72 43 CJ 58 70 54 71 42 74 33 Tor the seven JA 12, 1900. DAY. ltd. Humid 5am 5pm I 77 471 75 S4 70 li 25 17 5 20 S 13 41 21 rUurday... Sunday Monday TneJday ... Wednesday Thiindav... Fr!daj Average. 49 1 24 72 43 Po:ifll 'or Mip mvk .00 MATTnEW B. DfcVANE. Station Agent, Weather Bureau LOCAL NOTES, Chas. DeCorse has returned to King. the H. C. Jeffries of S. F. is registered at Hotel Gandolfo. Frank Doau of Fortuna is registered at the S. P. Hotel today. Ed. Hxjdges of Hedges transacted business in Yuma this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatch left Monday for a visit in San Diego. Archie Priest came dov. n from the King of Arizona district Sunday. Supervisor Underbill returned Sat urday evening to his home at Pulomas. Harry Morris reurned yesterday from a short pleasure trip to Los Angeles. . O. S. Duncan son of our ex Mayor R. J. Duncan hafi rooms at Hotel Gandolfo. Surerintendent Epes "Randolph came in yesterday on his regular trip of inspection. Mr. and Mrs. Price of the King of Arizona are stopping at the Southern Pajific hotel. Dr. Yemen returned the first part of the week from a dental tour of various mining camps. Mike Levy returned last Saturday from Los Angeles where he has boea attending business college. A. Bienkowski has been appointed a deputy constable of Yuma precinct by Constable Harry McPhaul. Yuma looks quite metropolitan when the fire house is lighted up, ex posing the lire apparatus to view. Frank Avila came down Wednesday from the Colorado mine, where he is engaged in working that bonanza. Emil It. D'Arlois and Mrs. R. D. Chapman, a Los Angeles couple, were married here last Saturday evening. Sheriff Murray of Maricopa county was in Yuma this week gathering up witnesses for the Lancey case in Phoe nix. The steamer Mohave has been moved to a plaao below the bridge, and now floats louesome-Hke on the California- side. J. A. C. Freund, agent for the Equit able Life Ins.,Co. is at Hotel Gandolfr. He will spend some time at Yuma in the interest of his Company. Invitations-have been sent out 1 y Mrs. M. O. Archibald and Mrs. Ira P. Smith to a character costume parly to be given next "Wednesday evening. The oil stove in the room occupied by Arbogast's lunch counter explode-1 Thursday evening and only the quick work f extinguishing the flames averted a fire. Work will be commenced next week on John Gaudolfo's building on the site of the Sanguinetti fire. The building will be one story, of brck and 52x128 feet. The weatherman gave us a touch of high life last Tuesday in the preva lence of a sweeping wind. Weather Observer DeVane reports a velocity f forty-two miles per hour. A. J. McClatchie of the expef mental Station at Phoenix registered at Hotel Gandolfo last Tuesday. Mr. Clatchie in company with Mulford Winsor drove over the valley below Yuma. Gonder&Co will soon move their drug store into the building occupied by John-Stoffela's store. The stock of the store is being moved to Mr. Stoflela's building on Main street hear the freight depot. A. J. Crawford the contractor hrs returned from Los Angele3 and may be found at Hotel Gandolfo. Mr. Crawford has taken the contract for Mr. Gandolfo's new building and work will begin on it at once. blf Preservation is the first law of Nature," and to take Hood's Sarsa- parill on the first appearance of im- pure blood towards self is an important step preservation. It makes rich, red blocd aad insures good health. Hicxi's Piils ars non-irritaiiug, mild, The city council met Thursday evening nhd canvassed the returns of the lute election. The now officers were sworn in, and the new council will meet for business nest Monday evening. .Geo. W. Houston, Heiger, a druggist from Texas, who has been in Yuma sometime for throat troubles, died last eveninc. and the remains were shipped east this morning, ac companied by Mrs Heiger. The local A. U. U. V. lodge is in creasinc so ranidlv that they have decid-d to move into more com mo dious Quarters. Tkev have mnfle ar rangements t occupy the Elks' Hall after the first of February. Woid was received this week that the baseball suits ordered some time ago had been destroyed in a wreck at a point in Missouri. The order will be duplicated and the suits aro nw expected to arrive in due time. The Coconino Sun Savs, Dr. Man ning left Thursday for "Needles, Cal., where he will be joined by his brother, and together they will make a trip down the Colorado river to Yuma. They expect to be gone two months. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church are making prepar ations for a grand literary and musi cal entertainment to be given at Elks' Hall Friday evening, January 26. Oysters will also be served after the entertainment. William L. Wilson of West Virginia, the great democratic leader of that state and author of the Wilson bill, lias left Baltimore for Arizona, and will visit Castle Creek Springs for his health. Arizona has health and sunfchine for all. Eev. S. A. Thompson, D. D., super intendent of the Methodist church in Arizona, will occupy Eev. Crouch's pulpit tomorrow morning and even ing. Eev. Thompson is an interest ing speaker and all are invited to at tend his meetings. Postmaster Chandler has been making some decided improvements about the postoffice lately. A num ber of new lock boxes have bQen in stalled and a new coat of paint and plaster added which helps the appear ance of the postoffice. The young men of Yuma interested in the formation of an athletic club are making an effort to give an ath letic exhibition in the near future, at which boxing contests, club swinging, trappese performances and tug of war contests will be the prominent fea tures. Phoenix has withoutdoubt the most perfect winter climate in America. An individual that would find fault with the present winter ough; to try conclusions with the Boers. Gazette. If anyoue doesn't like Pnoenix weath er he or she might try the grade Yuma furnishes. James Mulligan was held up and relieved of $125 last Sunday morning while going to his room near the quartermaster's building. No clue to the footpads has been found and the two who did the holding up are per haps now many miles away and enjoy iug that $125. A Yumaite just returned from a trip to the ccast says Louie Iaegar has built up an excellent leputation for the S. P. Hotel. Eemarks of travel ing men we:e overheard to the effect that it is the best on the line and the improvements of the same are most favorably commented upon. Captain Alfonso B. Smith and J. P. Flint arrived in town Monday even ing and left Wednesday evening for ban Jorge bay, where they go to meet Jose Aguilla, a Mexican official. Captain Smith re-assured us that tlie road fro'fl the gulf to Yuma would certainly be built in the not far dis tant future. Drs. Arnold and Nichols Specialsts late of New York have opened office in Hotel Gandolfo and are throughly equipped with all modern appliances for th3 successful treatmeut. of all diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat and lungs. Eyes examined and suit able glasses adjusted if required. Electrical treatment used when indicated. All patients coming under the doctors' care are assured of the best medical service. Deafness Cannot be Cured, by lq.al applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portiou of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional 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 sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirety closed deafness is the re sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give Oue Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, C. Sold by Druggists. 75c. i Hall's Family Pills are the best. A Trip to Fort nut A paity of eight members of Yuma Lodge No. 7, A. O. U. W., left town last Saturday morning for a visit to Fortuna to initiate a number of can didates into the mysteries of the or der. The party consisted of Geo. M. Thurlow, F. G. Blaisdell, A. Bienkow ski, F. L. Ewiug, J. W. Davis, Don ald Mclu tyre, Alex Balsz and O, H. Willis. The experiences of the party are related by one of the party as follows: Alighting from the train at Blais dell we found a large stage with four strong horses waiting for us, and, af ter a few momenta spent in sight seeing, we were again on our way. Yuma county's magnificient Jan uary weather was at its best; the bright sunshine and warm touth breeze had a most exhilerating effect on all, making tub 15-mile drive a continuous succession of pongs, stories and jokes, marred only by an occa sional roar from Bro's. Thurlow and Willis, who protested that Bro. Bien kowski, who sat between them, took up more than his share of space and kept crowding them. Arriving at the mine about noon, with appetites whetted to the keen est bv the ride, a nice dinner was awaiting us, and the unsparing hoJ pitality of the mining people was more than equal to the occasion. After lunch the party went on an other sight-seeing expedition. Sev eral of our number had not before vis ited Fortuna, and one or two had never been down a , mining shaft, Superintendent J. F. Martin, who hau kindly laid aside his work to show us through the place, has seldom had a more interested and inquiring party under his care than ours. Down in the mine, through shaft and drift, the perspiring miners wore digging out the rich ore and hoisting it to the sur face. Here we had to stand aside and flatten ourselves against the wall to allow passage to a loaded car that came rolling slowly along the dark passage. There we . found a number j of men stoping, and further on a noisy j Burleigh was industriously at work, drilling at the end of a shaft. Every where was something interesting and instructive the ore, the timbering, the falls and displacements, the water dripping from the crevices of the rock everywhere there was some- I thing to look at and ask questions about, Mino Foreman Golden and two or three other candidates met us on one of the levels, and we laughed to our selves as we thought of what we were going to do to them at the initiation in the evening, but wo were discreet enough not to mention it to them then, lest thoy might forestall us and work some job on us down in those dark passages. A familiar voice spoke out of the darkness in front of us on the lowest level, and we found Bro. Ward Priest working away at some part of the lower end of the hoisting apparatus. Returning to the surfaca' we stop ped a moment to enioy the fresh, cool air which contrasted so pleasant ly with the hot, stifling atmosphere of the mine, when a "Hi there!" from overhead caused us to look up, and there was the dusty, but jolly face cf Con Cronin, smiling upon us from the heights of the rook crusher. We climbed up for a hand shake, and re mained a few moments talking and watching the process of preparing the rock for the stamp mill. At the mill we spent some time among the bewildering masses of ma chinery, watd'ing the process of com pressing the air for the Burleigh drills in the levels belowj and that of pound iug the rock into fine powder and pass ing it over the plates coated with quicksilver where the larger part of the gold is collected. Mill Foreman II. C. Haupt was pleasant and kind, explained to us the workings of the various parts of the machinery and process of working the ore, showed us the amalgam on the plates and made the time spent with him as pleasant and agreeable as one could wish. After leaving the mill most of our party returned to the hotel for a rest, but a few, more industrious and cur ious, kept on until they had investi gated the workings of the cyanide plant, where the last of the gold is extracted and the tailings finally turn ed out into the valley below to go where the wind and rain may carry them. About sundown Bro's. Mel Green leaf, Behan and Parvin arrived, hay ing driven out from Yuma. Bro. Westfall also appeared upon the scene. After a hearty supper, which was as greatly relished as was lunch, wo repaired to the school house which h.d been prepared for a lodge half, accompanied by three brothers who reside at the mine and the candidates. Indue time thirteen new members were added to our lodge, namely: John H. Spence, Eugene W. Mc Daniels, Lee H. Stanchfield, Thomas 0. Bateman, Walter E. O'Brien, An drew C. Staunard, John Doan, Henry C. Kester, Francisco Y. Salcido, Henry H. Debnam. SanfordE'. Beach, Joel S. Golden. aujournment we gpsnt the hour remaining before midnight at Bro. John Doun's room and a-. grand social time we had of it as all who have experienced John's hospitality will well believe. The stage called for Us about 12 o'clock and after a hearty hand shake all around we climbed aboard aid about three o'clock of the next morn iug were home again. All except Bro's. Greenleaf, Parvin and Beban who remained at Fortuna over night and came in same time during the afternoon. Our entire trip was a most plo isant one and all of us will ever have good wo.ds to speak of the boys at Fortuna. Cramer--Bryce. Amid the flowers of Jannary Sir. B. P. Cramer and Miss Mary E. Bryce were last Wednesday at high noon unfted in marriage, Eey. J. A. Crouch officiating. The ceremony took place in the Methodist church, which had been beautifully decorated for the occasion with flowers, roses and ever- crreenp. Mies Bessie Weymouth was bridesmaid and Theo. Bryco the bride's brother, acted as best man. W. E. Marvin and Sam'l Bryce were ushers and little Miss Mary Crouch, as flower girl, strewed the path of the wedded couple with flowers, and may their path through life be as flowery with never a thorn. Of course there could not be a suc cessful wedding without a charivari and in the evening tin cans, Christ mas horns and cannon crackers awoke the echoes for miles around. The happy e6i:p!e !e.r'. sr. the rain Thursday morning for a honeymoon of ten days spent on the coaat. Mr. Cramer is an employee of the Southern Pacific Company and well and favoably known in Yuma. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bayley and a favorite in society. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Cramer years and years of unalloyed bliss. Meetiug of the Fire Laddies. A meeting of the Y. F. D. was held in the fire house Thursday evening, where Marshal Bienkowski had made things comfortable for the accommo dation of the boys. . Four new mem bers were added to the Department, namely: Mike Ghiotto, W. C. Coons, W. H. Shorey and F. S. Stanley. Steps were taken towards the organ ization of a Hook & Ladder Company and COmsnittees appointed for the same. A meeting will be held next Thursday evening at which the or ganization will be perfected. Ar rangements were also instituted for the exercises on the annual review day, which is Washington's birthday. After the adjournment of the Depart ment meeting the Hose Company held a meeting, at which the election of officeis waB the principal order of business. E. P. H. Laney was elected president; W. C. Coons vice president, and Barney Meeden secretary. Three ballots for foreman resulted in a tie between L. C. Stahl and Alex. Balsz. The meeting adjourned with the deadlock still unbroken. A. Hot Ball Game. A good game of ball was played Sunday at the ball grounds between mixed teams of the home boys.- Joe Balsz, the cannon-ball pitcher, tossed the sphere with a vengeance with the result that a small boy in the audience lost interest in the game by being hit in the face with the ball. Catcher Martin wras knocked hors de combat by a ball on the mask, and wears a beautifully decorated eye. Barney Meeden, the invincible batter and base runner, was placed behind the bat, and when a ball looked too sus piciously vicious he hopped blithely out of the way, remarking, "If I can't catch 'em I know how to get out. of the way." The Latest X Kay Invention. Is the Endoscope, which is for the purpose of examining the interior of the stomach. It is claimed, that with th s instrument, the treatment of stomach troubles will be revolution ized, as it locates the cause oi disease. With due respect to science, however, would state that the causes of stomach troubles have been known for the past fifty year?, and. likewise their cure, which is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine that has many imitators, but no equals. It cures dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, constipation, nervousness, insomnia. It. also pre vents malaria, fever and ague, and keeps the bowels regular. When not feeling right, take f dose It is the standard medicine of the American people. Look for Private Revenue Stamp oyer neck of bottle. "How to Cure all Skin Diseases." Simply apply "Swayxe's OintiIent." No intornal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema itch, all eruptions on the facs, hands, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your drujrsist for Swatxk's Ointment. Catarrh leads to consumption chror ic bronchitis, ulcers of the throat and diseases of the stomach and intestines such as ulcer, dyspepsia and -ill a flec tions of that organ accompanied by nausea, vomiting, eructations of gases and loss of appetite; diarrhoea consti pation, piles, fistula. Drs. Arnold and Nichols, now located in Yuma are treating these case? successfully. A man just in the act of lifting a Barrel of flour felt a hand laid on his shoulden " Stop ! " said the stranger, wrq "You can't lift that." "How klk do you know I can't? " said the a physician, and know it's impossible that may 1 i) ;j man. "but I f4&Z UC filll Lilt Irnnw T nnn ." and he stoon- vW.-Ji'A ed and lifted -pi tue Durrel to his shoulder. "What made you so sure you could do it?" asked the astonished physician. "Because I've been doing' it every day for years," said the man. There are physicians who say in good faith to thosf whose lungs are worn by dis ease " It is impossible to help you." And yet thousands of these impossibles have been helped .and healed by Dr. R. V. Pierce whose "Golden Medical Discovery" has cured them, when the hollow cheek, the rasping cough, the burning flush, and night - sweats have all pointed to consumption. Ninety-eight out of every hundred such impossible cases can be cured says Dr. Pierce. What makes him so sure? Be cause he has been curing just such cases for more than thirty years. " Golden Med ical Discovery " is strength to the stomach, life to the lnngs, nourishment to the nerves. It makes dpw blood and the new blood builds a new body a fit temple of health. There is nothing just as good as " Golden Medical Discovery," so let no one deceive you into accepting a substitute. "I beg to state that I have used three bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery since ray correspondence with you and find "great im provement in my case," writes Mr. A. F. No votny, of New York, N. Y., (Box 1437). "I feel that I am in need of no more medicai assistance. When I started to take your medicine I had a regular consumptive coujjh, of which I was afraid, and every body cautioned and warned me concerning it. I was losing weight rapidly, was very pale and had no appetite whatever. Now my condition is changed entirely. I do not cough at all, have gained eight pounds in weight, have recovered my healthy color, and my appe tite is enormous. I can recommend your medi cine, as it is a sure cure, no humbug, as are most other patent medicines." Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. For Over E'lfty 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 soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer im mediately. Sold by Druggists in every part of the World. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Complete assortment of fresh fruit the best in the mar ket. Confectionery and Candy fresh from the fac tory. OandoEfo Block Complete assortment of Ha vana, Mexican and Domestic Cigars. A full line of sta tionery. YUMA, ARIZONA. EDONDO Dealer In Agricultural The Celebrated Bain Wagon's, Buckeye Mowers, Tiger May- Rakes, Ete., Etc. Sole agent for Yuma Baker & Hamilton, Los Count' for Angele3. HAY AID ORAi Bought and Sold. SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T. KOTIGE. To T. B. Bassett:- You arc hereby notified that I will ou Monday,' the 23rd day of January, 1900, sell at my ranch, 4 miles below Yuma, for the non-payment of pasturage in the sum of $20.75 and costs of this notice, one Brown gelding, to the highest and best bidder for cash. According to Sec. 3, Act No. 19, of the 15th legislative ass embly cf the Territory of Arizona. Waltek Webster. Cotters Drug Store has the Cold Cream to be had in Yuma. best Yellowstone and Monogran whiskies at The Ruby. Riley's Cash Store, fancy and stap ple groceries. As cheap as the cheapest All goods promptly delivered free. Cotter Drug Store have just recaived anew lot of Waterman fountain peus. Levy & Co. are making new changes in their store so as to make room for new goods. Cotter's Drug Store sell the Water man fountain pen for $2.50. Go to Ceo. Paxton store and get all kinds of fruit, vegetables, cigars, to bacco, bread, cakes, pies, etc. Quick sales and small profits is my motto. Postoffice corner. Great discovery made by the pro prietor of the Miners' Exchange while digging for a sub cellar by finding several bottles of peach brandy and Plantation whiskey, which must have been there since the flood of 1SS1. White cooks at the S. P. Hotel. The only hotel in towji oa the Ameiican plan. 7 uir FF21 &Fg"et sasMa Most Completely StockeS' Bezhlew lis l&a Southwestern Aris-!; A WELL-SELECTED .IN THE Anything Hwl Want FAIVCY GOODS AiSD iVOTIOWS,, BOOTS, SHOES, MATS AMD CAPS,' TBSUft'3g AS TTAMSHS, W EJ5XN WSj JS 53,' BK3JCE, I'ROYISSOrSS, - HARDWAKK, TINWARE, BTOTKSj POWDER, FUSE AiSD CAPS,' ' lirffDERTAKSKS' SJE325J5ES, jiII?E AS MAY AISE GUiAir' MirSEKS' SUMPMES,' COKTKACTOKS' SiUlPSSES. (9 The Best Goosls, JLowest Prices; Houorahle Healing,, asadl Courteous Special Attention Given with Promptness and Dispatch. Arizona's Leading Merchant. Frosh and First-Class Goods, and Prices as L&'fi' as An' Store in Town." GIVE ME A CALL AND A TRIAL. J -THE . I ; OF YyfrlA G133JWTY, Wholesale and Ectail Dealer in GKOCSPtlES AXD DRY GOODS, HAT, GRAIX AIaD LUMBER, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS, - - - YUMA, ARIZONA. - Bread, Pica and Cakes, Fruits, Jvuls and Candies. iHIM GHI DEALER IN General Merchandise Sly Stfoclc of 43rocev2es Hire. Al vayai Fresh hikI ol'Elie 33es. 33y Kry GiooiSs ISeprerlJsiesii I a si ppl i el -witli tSie SjiM e.s n;iI Most Bcsiutil'i'l Patterns. GIVE ME A CALL AI GET UlY I'KSCESI Before purchasing elsewhere. Don't be FOOLED.BYNEWA RHIVALS who claim" to SELL CHEAPER. I Will Not Be Undersold. Cor. Main and Fourth is. SAM LUNG . Groceries, Dry Goons, Fruit, Nuts and Candies. Cigars and Tobacco. Butler and eggs. Low. price. Main St. H A. E. IHRIG, Prop. I 1 Free Delivery. P. O. Box 101 r to Gandolfo & Sanguinetti; STOCK OF KEY 000M Treatment to Alii i to Outside Orders. All Orders fille SANGUINETTI rUSIA, AElZON'As Cigars and Tobaeeo, VctjeluUes and Produce. 4 5 GO YEARS' EXPERIENCE I BADE fVJARKS DCSiCNS Copyrights &c Anyone sending n sketch cr.d description may quickly certain otir opini.ia free whether an Invention is probably r-i0"t3',c- Communis! tionsBtricUyconfldemiUi. Handbook on Pittwns sent free- Oldest ac-rv t oi- securing patents. Patents tr.kcti tliroucli JWunn & Co. receive special notice, without chnTse, iatbo Sdtttfifle Baerlm A li.inflsomclr illustrated t?qs-7. Inmost cir culation of any scientific Journal. Taring. f3 C vw; fm'.r months, 51. Sold by ail newsdealers. Z H --S'a . . n s2 2" 2 s 2-572 Tl C5 5' Sg-ssliii-d w erg sz ?1IbH": 1 s 7 i i s-rlr 2 111 I ffSlli : S3 h I ' . H A C .