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W. DOESIKQTOK, Pwprioior. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. PR IS. 1900. XT C. BAKE, NEWSPAPER AD tl. vortiainff A?cnt. 05 Merchant-, Fxcbanse. San Francisco, is our authorized accnt. 'Thie paper is Ucpt on file in tins LOCAL NOTES, Duncan returned to Tucson last week. E. E. Ellinwood has been elected Miynr of Flagstaff. Win. N. Heakey left last week for S in Pedro on business. John Speese returned Friday from a trip to Agua Caliente. A. K. McKinley of Westeliflc, Col , is stopping at Hotel Gnndolfo. Dr. A. W. Alcott of Tucson, register ed at the S. P. Hotel last Frday. Supervisor Underbill came down from Palomas yesterday morning. W. . Tiffany, court reporter, re turned to Phoenix Saturday eveniug. Sheriff Speese is a witness before the U. S. court at Phoenix next week. W.E.Moor, the popular and effi cient agent at Blaisdell, is in town to day. J J. Haniord, mayor of San Ber nardino, was at Hotel Gandolfo ttis, Tveek. j James Polhamus has returned from j the Los Angeles business college for a short vacation. W. It. Kadcliff, a prominent citi zen of WatRonville, Cal., is registered at the Gandolfo. Oscar Duncan left Saturday for Tucson where he gres to accept a regular run on the road. Judge W. H. Barnrs, one of Ari zona' brightest legal lights left for his home in Tucson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Devore came down from Fortuna yesterday and registered at the S. P. Hotel. J.V. Coffey, pumper for the For tuna Mining company at Blaisdell, paid this office a pleasant call today. Geo. F. Smullin. drputy United States marshal from Tucson, brought in ten United States "prisoners yester day. Go. T. Smullin, 1. Newcnslle and C. E. Horton were among the Tucson citizens who registered at the S. P. Hotel yesterday. Morris Stiles and wife of FoVtuna were among those who came down from that famous camp to - hear free silver's champion orate. Among the Fortuna people who came over to see and hear Bryan were Mr. and Mrs. Al Wilson and Judge and Mrs. H. H. Debnam. Miss Sara Martinez, head clerk for the Kin c of Arizona Company's Store.is in town on hhort t i-it to her parents. Miss Martinez will return Sunday. C. W. Kicklin, the Los Angles type man, was at Hotel Gandolfo this Week. Mr. Nicklin is on his way east where he will visit his mother. Dan Hogan and Bert Adams, deputy sheriffs of Coconino county were in Yuma Saturday, haying brought down three territorial prisoner from their county. Judee Webster Street left Saturday evening for his home in Phoenix. The Judge is an able juriest and made r-;or,tls nnd admirers here dur- Ulilll V im."-"- ing this term of court. U. . Wilder returned Monday from a trip to Palomas where he went on official business and to summon jurj fnr the United States court, lUtll v which meets in Phoenix next week i.,co,t nortv wns held at the residence of Mrs. H. W. Blaisdell Mond.iv evening. The tyrant man w0 nlimwited and - he 1: dies enjoyed themselves after their own manner O. B. Goodwin of Colton arrived last plr to accent the position of tun keener and telegraph operator with thfi bride eang, who are stationed a uionn on the other side of the Hit. river. Citv Marshal Bienkowski is circu lating a petition asking the boon! o R.inervisors to take the proper action towards the reincorporation of the ,.iilafe of Yuma. The petition is be ing liberally signed The board of supervisors have ap pointed the following road overseers in serve in the several roan uinnt. during the ensuing year: Road dis trict, No. 1. T. A. Jordan ; No. 2, Cyru Billah;No. 3, Anton Hageley; No. 4 J. H. Fuguay ; No. 5, L. a. Juouie. Superintendent Fred J. Martin o Knrt.nna accompanied Bryan from Lo- A ,lpB last Wednesday. Mr. Martin v orders to close the mill down on that dav and all the miners who could prssure conveyances heard Mr. Bry an.speech here on that evening. 'Safe Bind, Safe Find." Fortify vour -U now by purifying and enrich ing yo r blood ami uunuiug i.y" c.0.-, with Hood's Sarsapnrilbi an vou may expect goup health through out the coming season. An i;r ills are cured by Hcod Albert Hodges and Miss Alia Meade n were married Monday' evening by Judee Wernincer. Mr. and Mrs. HfdfH ires are natives of this city and have a large circle of friends who wish them unbounded joy and happiness in the course of married life. The happy j couple arc stopping for the present at the S. P. Hotel. The. firemen's ball Monday evening at Elks' Hall was a grand su ccess The hall was most elaborately decor ated with evergreens and the appar atus of the department. The music stand was erected in the center of the hall and Terpsichore was wor shipped until a lato hour. About 75 was realized. Monday was a regular field day of marriage in Yuma. Two couples from Los Angeles and one from San Bernardino sought the aid of the local marriage bureau. James P. Stanton and Katie M. Judge, Andrew B. Ben nett, and Phebe J. Martin of Los An geles were married by Judge Frank, and Albert Gironi and Christiana Poulson were joined together by Judge Thurlow. United States court convenes in Phoenix the 23rd. Among those who will attend from Yuma county are J. W. Dorrington, John Stoffela, grand jurors; Donald Mclntyre, S. Nelson. E. H. Baird. Mel Greenleaf, S npervisor unnernni, luhi j , Sheriff Speese, Jim Jones and Deputy usloms Collector Albert Behan as itnesses. All win leasts ouuun. evening. Manager Mel Greenlsaf of the urn a baseball team will leave to morrow evening ior jluuu .. is team will play a series of three ames including Friday, Saturday and undny. The following is the per sonnel of the Yuma team: Harris. ; Woolley, p. ; Coon s, lsb ; Flood, ndb.; Ramirez, 3rdb.; iiogan, ss.; Harrell, If.; Marshall, cf. ; Riley, rf.; Meeden, sub. Tucson, look to our laurels 1 General Cobb arrived Saturday even- ns from Southern California, where e has been for the past month rusti- Uing at the various beach resorts. The General left Sunday evening fcr ucson, where he will vicit for a fort- ht before continuing on to the City of Mexico. General (Jobb lias not visited the Mexican capital for more than forty years, having been one of General Winfield Scott's con quering soldiers who entered that city n April 1847. Governor M. A. Otero and Sheriff Pat Garrett of New Mxico registered t the S. P. Hotel last Friday. The gentlemen were here after a prisoner ho is serving a term on the hill, overnor Otero is a ver' pleasant entleman and spoke enthusiastically concerning the future of his territory, nd also expressed himself as pleased ith Arizona and her people. The governor and Mr. Garrett returned to heir homes in New Mexico on the aturday eveniug train. Dnninio Sanchez, an old and respect ed Mexican citizen, brother-in-law of Councilman Tapia, died at his resid- nce in this city last Friday. Mr Sanchez was one ol the substantial citizens of this county and his demise h the subject of universal sorrow. Hp was a prominent memuer oi uie Spanish-American Alliance and took a prominent pait in local affairs. The funeral t-:ok place Saturday afternoon under the auspices of the alliance. Hie deceased leaves a large family to mourn his loss: The board of supervisors met pur suant to call yesterday morning and proceeded to upon bids for the care of the county hospital and indigent sick uid for election sup' lies. Dr. Grepnleaf, Miss Post and Mrs. Costello submitted Lids for the care of the hospital and ick, and after due consideration Dr. Greenleaf was awarded the contract,' he charges for the same to be limited to $-450. J. E. Devine was awarded the contract for furnishing election sup plies. Regular business routine was then taken up. Deafness Cannot be Cured. bylo-al applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion o: the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, md that is by oonrtitutional remedies. Deiifness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube V hen this tuiie cts inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafnes-' is the re sult, and unless the inflammation can he 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 One Hundred Dollars for any case ot Dpafness (caused by catarrh) that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Yellowstone and Monogran whiskies at The Bub'. Cotter Drug Store has all the popul ar sheet in us'' Ladies! Ladies! Ladies! Call at Darling's and see tho ladies fobs, tho THE COKING OF BRYAN. President NcKinley's Opponent Visits This Metropolis; Bryan, the leader of tho groat un washed, has came and went. The program for his entertainment, as re ported in last week's issue, was fully and successfully carried out. After meetiag the people at Hotel Gandolfo, Mr. Br3an went to his room and slept until G o'clock, when he and his party repaired to the S. P. Hotel where the democratic champion dined with a party-consisting of distinguished visit ors and prominent citizens, both democrat's and republicans. Mr. Bryan is a pleasant conversa tionalist and his table talk proved very interesting. Louie Iaeger had prepared a feast consisting of the best things that tho market affords, not being allowed by the shortness of the time to import any dainties. Mr. Iaeger personally superintended the waiting upon the table and the repast was highly enjoyed by all those who partook thereof. An American flag was stretched art)3ticallv over the head of the table where Mr. Bryan sat. "We live in Yuma, but we're under the ling, Colonel," some one observed. "Yes; but you're not under the constitution," waa Mr. Bryan's rejoinder. "Mores the pity," was the quiet reply. After the dinner the Nebraskan was driven to the stand erected in front of the Gandolfo, around which surged a mass of humanity variously estimat ed in numbers from t"vo to four thou sand persons. The valley below town was depopulated and large contingents from every mining camp in the county were nresent. In appearance the candidate for president appeared tired and fatigued, his face bearing a careworn expres sion and his voice was husky with hoarseness caused by over exertion . He has aged wonderlully during the last four years, his head being more bald and his massive shoulders are slightly stooped. While many con sider him as a rainbow chaser and differ with him politically, there are none who does not admire his'man- hood and vitality. Hon. Mark Smith introduced the speaker as the next president of the United States, and for two hours Mr. Bryan spoke upon his pet themes, the speech being along the same lines aa delivered in Los Angeles. Anti-expansion, the republican party, Mark Hanna, the War in the Philippines, the war in Africa and the Porto Rican question were scored in good round terms, while free silver, free wool, democrats, populists and free silver republicans received a goodly measure of commiseration, not to say flattery. Many v ere sorely disappointed in Mr. Bryan's speech here, they having pictured a god, immune to all the changes of time, tide and weather and found only a man ba.ily used up by hard work and the stress of -exilement. The democratic leader, how ever, expressed himself as highly pleased with the reception tendered him upon his entry into this land of sunshine, aud also as surprised at the magnitude of the audience that greet ed him here. Accompanied by Ma k Smith, Colo nel Bryan left on the 10:30 train for Phoenix, and time in Yuma will hence forth be reckoned from the date that Bryan came to town. The flood ain't in it anymore. With the City Dads. Yuma may have a legal corporation, or it may not have, but whether it has or whether it has not makes no particular difference as the council still continues to meet and transact business. At the regular meeting all council men were present including the rec order and marshal. . After reading and approving the minutes of the last regular meeting t:ie foliowing bills were allowed and warrants drawn: Territorial prison, guard ser vices $191.45 Levy & Co., supplies 11.30 G. S. Peterkin, blncksmithing 3.00 Fred Fredley, hauling 4 00 Yuma W & L Co , wa'er 10 00 E. F. Sanuuinetli, supplies 10 45 A. Modesti, supplies 16 .u R. Tapis supplies 1.50 Moved, seconded and carried that no oill be allowed 5hat is not present ed in the proper form . The following accounts were than approved: Fran'co Caravajal, street haul ing $96.00 D. Sanchez, hauling 272.00 Apolonio Cola, hauling 100 00 Mrs. Win. Neahr, hauling 11G.00 The report of the city marshal was then read and approved as was also the reports of the treasurer aud rec order. The city attorney was instructed to have the properly owners along the line of the sewer to reimburse the city for the construction of the sewer and to make a schedule of rates for the use of the same. It waa then moved, seconded and n..r;nfi t.iint. flip ritv marshal u nl lowed 25c for evt?ry dog killed by him A motion to stop the work on First street was snowed under. On motion a committee of one con sisting of the Mayor to inquire of E. F. Sanguinetli if he possessed a deed to block 66. It was then moved, seconded and carried that Councilman Tapia be allowed $3 per day for services as super intendent of street work. There being no further business be fore the council the same was adjourn ed until the next regular meeting. Yuma County Records; Location notices of Alia and Sun beam quartz claims by A. Modesti, C. Moato and H. E. Hinds. Mining location notice of the Desert placer claim Plomosa district by P. H. Sisk. Location notice of the Sunbeam mill site by A. Modesti, C. M. Moate and H. E. Hinds. Deed Jrom B. H. Smith to A. Modesti for lot 3 blork 133; consideration, $80. Agreement in regard to building and operating a gasoline boat, on the Col orado river between J. M... Molina and Win. N. Heskey. Location notice of the SW of Sec. 20, Tp. 9 S., R 24 W., G & S KM by W. T. Sansome. Appointment cf Sam Mustain as deputy ass'ssor and poll tax collector Deed from the Yuma Building & Loan Association to Mary E. Conner for lot 2, block 96; consideration, $1050. Deed from Yuma Building & Loan Association to Jesus C. Martinez for part of lot 2, block 96; consideration, $252.87. Mining location notices of the Sul phurette, Lookout No. 1, Lookout No. 2, near Cunningham Pass by Eugene Diuty. Articles of incorporation of the Southland Oil Company by J. P. Armstrong, Lewis Landreth. W. S. George, J. J, Jessup.E. S. Chase, John Nickson, A. M. Thomas, B. Potter, R. S. Bassett, J. D. Davis aud F. J. Smith. Mining location notice of the Cop per King quartz claim by Hans A. T. Houson and Arthur A. Fisher. Mining location notice of the Silver Reef quartz claim in Santa Maria dis trict by C. W. Cousland. Deed from Geo Mclntdsh to M. P. Selleck a one fourth interest- in the foliowing claims Santa Maria district, First Chance, Little Queen, Bill Wil liams King, Often Seen and Last Chance. Mining location notice of theRieliy quartz claim near Cunningham Pass by John S. Rielly and W.W. Cain. Aflidavit of annual assessment work Mucho Bueno, Homestake, Kingoi Arizona, Last Hope quartz claims, King of Arizona district by F. A. Stevens. Mining location notice of the Santa Elena quartz claim in Laguna district by S Redondo and Jose balas. Mining location notices of the La Chuparo a and Rich Gulch quartz claims in Chuparozo district by D. C. De La Ossa, and L. J. Straton. Mining location notice of the Old Trail quartz claim in Santa Maria district by Geo H. Stillmau and John B. Clark. Appointment as agentof the Traders Insurance company and the Palatine Insurance company to W. E. Marvin. -o Advertised Letters. List of Letters remaining unclaimed in Yuma Postoflice week ending April 18, 1900, Achuleta, F Mejias, Thomas Belasco, Agripina Pena, Bacilio Garlen.Ed Saldana,A Hall, Miss H Walker, Miss D Hendricks, G S Williams, Mis E Lowe, D B West, C M Persons calling for the above letters will please say, "Advertised." li. t-t handler, P. M. Wireless Telegraphy. It is said that successful experiments ha e at last been accomplished in u ire- less telegraph v, and this would un doubtedly be a good thing, revolutionize manv ways of doing business. One writer has irone so far as to say that wireless telegraphy is the greatest dis covtryof tho age. We beg to differ Don't overlook HostetersStomach Bit ters when you talk about the great things of the world. This peerless medicine has done .more to promote health and settle stomach troubles than any other medicine in existence. It cures dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria and constipation. It never fails. Irv it, and be sure and get the genuine, with Private Revenue Stamp over the neck of bottle. Don't let the druggist palm off a "substitute." Fine fancy fans, Chinese fans, Japa nese fans and all kinds of fans at Sam Lung's grocery store Fine meals at the Hotel Gandolfo Cafe. Illustrated paperaiso books in paper nnd cloth binding at Cotter's Drug Store. Go to Geo. Paxton stiore and get all i kinds of fruit, vegetables, cigars, to- - ! hncco. bread, cakes, nies, etc. Quickl sa.les and sma'l profits is my motto, rotttlhic tcnur. fm 'eufi Hi mm mJmb Sweet butter can't be made in a sour churn. The stomach is a churn. A foul stomach fouls the food put into it. When the food is fouled the blood made from it is fouled also. Foul blood means dis ease. Cleanse the churn and you have sweet butter. Cleanse the stomach and you have pure blood. The far reaching action of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is due to its effect on the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases that begin in the stomach are cured through the stomach. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has proved a frreat blessing to me," writes Mrs. Ellen E. Bacon, of Shutesbury, Franklin Co., Mass. "Prior to September, 1897, I had doctored for my stomach trouble for several years, going through a course of treatment without any real benefit. In September, 1S96. I had very sick spells and grew worse ; could eat but little. I commenced to take Dr. Pierce's medicine and in a short time I could cat and work. I have gained twenty pounds in two months." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one -cent stamps for paper -bound volume, or 31 cents for cloth binding, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main Street, Buf falo. N. Y, Eoa- Over Shifty Ter.r.s 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 Soothihg Syrup," and take no other kind. Complete assortment of fresh fruit the best in the mar ket. Confectionery and Candy fresli from the fac tory. Qaodoifo- Block Complete assortment of Ha vana, Mexican and Domestic Cigar3. A full line of sta tionery. -YUM ' , ARIZONA. ImpIeaBieBits. The Celebrated Bain Wagons, Buckeye Mowsrs, Tiger Hay Rakes, Ete., Etc. Sole agent for Yuma County for Baker & Hamilton, Los Angeles. HAY AND GRAM Bought and Sold. SOUTH MAIN ST., YUMA, A. T, Shorey's for ice cold"drink3. Try that vanilla taffy, fresh every day at Shorey's. Fine wines, liquors and cigars al the Hotel Vendome bar. First class service and goods guar anteed at the Vendome. Fresh candies every day at Shorey's All the new cloth bound novels at Cotter's Drug Store. Rilev's Cash Store, fancy and stap- ple groceries. As cheap as the cheapes t All goods promptly delivered free. Drinks in season at the Hotel Ven dome bar. Levy & Co. are making new changes in their store so as to make room for new goods. Toilet water, colognes and perfum ery of the best makers and the best odors at Cotter's Drug Store. Just received at Cotter's Drug Store a line of Rodgers Etiglish pocket knives. White cooks at the S. P. Hotel. The only hotel in town on the American plan. M. 0. Wells &, .Co., shoer. Brand Mastiff in men's ladies' and children's heavy shoes at Levy & Co 's. "How to Cure all Skin Diseases." Simplv apply "Swavsb's Cintmext." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema iteli, nil eruptions on the face, hands nose, &c. luavinsrUic skin clear, white and hoaltliy. It- greet lioftlias and curative powers are powOftseil by no otrpr i .HKlV. our dmsri4t for Swrss Oixraitxr.T lU8ssQr io Gandolfo & Sangumett!. rg;eg Most A WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF HEW COOM FAJVCY AHS) ZVOXIOW,; ciLOTsssrscj, iajRisissaiiV goods; liOOTS, SHOES, MATS AIV5 CAPS! rJTKlJKSJ5 AK2 TABL.5SES, S'SKiSS'I'IJISE; HAKBWAitM, TINWARE, STOYKS; POVDES, FUSS A3fl (JAPSJ SJrSfiEEfcTAIEESS' S JJSILIES. ff.3IEE AKE CEJIEST. HAY AIV2 GKAIIV; M2?ltEE' SHfflIL3ES, U:WTES ACTORS' SIJPPff-S3S; f The liest &c!, Lowest Prices, HisersaMe Dealing, mid CoMfteous Treatment td Ails ggpSpecial Attention Given to with Promptness and Dispatch. E, F, SANGUINETT1, Merchant. 1 1' Arizona's Leading Fresh and First-Class Goods, and Prices as Lgtt as Any Store in Town; GIVE ME A CALL AXD A TKIAL. . . j j T35E I YUSViA GgUNTY. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES AND DRY tiOODS, HAY, GRAIN AND LUJIBER, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC". CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS, - - - YUMA, ARIZONA! Bread, Ple and Cahes, Fruits, Nul and Candies. A. E. i Free Delivery. 27 FIRST STREET AND :dward nelson Corner 3lain aud Requcnn sk., LOS AMGEffjES; - - - CA rooms; from to OENTSro-i.oo Special Rates by the W(Hv:)ivjinn'tli'.' j jfejjlV6'.yiV the European Pliui. ; - Hnulqnarters' for li TWy M&MEX" Mumper,' "CooipletelF : Outside Orders, All Orders filleS UMA, ARIZONA; Cigars and Tobacco, Vvjetahles and Produce. IHRIG, Prop, MADISON AVENUE Formerly of the Yuma Bakerv SOLE PROP: PIin 1 !: . ' P. O. Box 1013 'latest timeout.