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J, W, DORRINGTON, Proprietor. STOMA. - - - ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902. KEEP YOUR EYE ON YUMA. -Lewis Nixon recently remarked that the democratic factions are coming together, and to the un prejudiced observer-it looks as though they are coming togeth er head on. Mrs. Anna Conover, formerly an American actress, has been officially listed for decoration with the cross of the Legion of Honor for her campaign to pre vent cruelty to the cab. horses of Paris. Frank G. Carpenter, the well known correspondent, says the majority of statements of cruelty by our troops is false, and under the provocations which the -men have suffered it is a wonder they are so temperate. A report has reached El Paso, Texas, that topaz has been found in a canyon of the San Joaquin mountains near the American mine, about twenty -five miles from Casas Grandes on the Sierra Madrc railroad. Partisanship that blinds the eyes to the valor, pluck, human ity and kindness of the American soldier, at the same time tells the world that American brav ery and self-sacrifice in the field is dishonored and discredited at home. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. 'I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years, ' says Josh Edgar, of Gerr mantown, Cal. "I was able to be "around, but constantly suf fered. I tried everything I could hear of, and at last was toTd to try 'Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured, and I am happy to say it has not since returned."' Why not use this liniment and get well? It is for sale at Cotter's drug store. Secretary Shaw has issued regulations for the inspection of baggage in response to a peti tion protesting against the way the law was enforced. All who desire private examination of their effects may .have it when ever the steamship companies provide a suitable place. Sev eral of the companies have prom ised to make this proyision. Mr. Carnegie's total gifts, ac cording to an authorized state' ment, amount to more than $67, 000,000. Of this the United States has received ov'er 52, 000,000; Scotland, $13,000,000; Canada, 876,000; England, 420,000; Ireland, 315,000 and "Wales, 252,000. Libraries have been provided for 368 towns and cities in this country, every state but six having been covered. The biggest gifts were 10;000, 000 each to the Scotch universi ties and to the Carnegie Institute at Washington. The diver dies without air to Jbreathe. The consumptive dies without lungs to breathe the air, or of lungs rendered incapable of breathing by disease. The blood as it flows in and out of the lungs indicates the consumptive's pro gress. As the lungs grow weaker less oxygen is inhaled and the blood changes from scarlet to pur ple. Oxygen is the life of the blood as the blood is the life of the bodv. The effect of Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery upon weak lungs is to strengthen them, to en able the full oxygenation of the blood, arrest the progress of dis ease, and heal the inflamed tis sues. Lung diseases have been, and are being cured by " Golden Medical iJiscovery," in cases where deep-seated cough, frequent hemor rhage, emaciation, weak ness, and night-sweats - ;have all pointed to a fatal termination by con sumption. "Some years ago I was almost a help less victim of that dreao" disease con sumption,"' writes Mr. Chas. Fross, P. M.. of Sitka. White Co.. Ind. "I was confined to my room for several months; niy friends and neighbors had giveu up all hope o! my recovery, until one day a friend advised me to take Dr." Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, and after I had taken the contents of the second bottle I began to improve. After taking air bottles I was, I honestly believe, delivered from the grave and entirely cured. I am now a strong and hearty man.' Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated impurities, , TERRITORIAL-PRISON OF ARIZONA, Proposals for Supplies for Twelve Months, From July 1, 1902, to June 30, 1903 OFFICE OF BOARD OF CONTROL, Phoenix, Arizona, May 7, 1902. Sealed proposals will be received at the ofiice of the Superintendent of the Prison at Yuma, Arizona, up to and including Wednesday, June 23th, 1902, for furnishing supplies to the Terri torial Prison at Yuma, Arizona Ter ritory, in such quantities as may be re quired (more or less) for the fiscal year commencing July 1st, 1902, and ending June 30th, 1903. Bids must specify the brand, size, quality, number and other distinguish ing features of the articles proposed to be furnished. Bidders may make proposals to furn ish any or all of the articles in the lists furnished by the Secretary of the Ter ritorial Prison, but bids for articles in different subdivisions must be separate and under separate cover. Proposals must be sealed and ad dressed to the Secretary of the Board of Control at Yuma, Arizona, and en dorsed "Proposals for furnishing sup plies to the Territorial Prison," and with the name of the sub-division in which the article bid for is included All bids must be triplicate, with a copy of the call for bids attached to each bid. All, proposals must be accompanied by a good and sufficient bond in the sum of ten per cent ( 10 per cent) of the total bid,, with two sureties, condition ed that if said bid shall be awarded to a bidder he will enter into a. contract within ten da vs. with bonds in amounts to be fixed by the Board. All supplies must be of good quality and subject to inspection and approval of the Superintendent of the Prison. All bids should be based on the de liverv of full weight at the Prison and no charges for containers. Payments will be made monthly, as provided for by Act No. 22 of the laws of 1901. The Board of Control will open bids on Thursday, June 26th, 1902, at 10 a m. at the office of the Superintendent of the Prison. Yuma, Arizona, and all bidders are invited to be present. A complete list of the articles re quired will be furnished upon applica tion by the Secretary of the Prison, Yuma, Arizona, or the Secretary of the Board of Control. Phoenix, Arizona. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. The following list contains the esti mated quantity, name and present con tract price of the articles on which bids are called for: PROVISIONS. 100,000 lbs Beef, fresh, full front and hind quarters, of ' equal weight, first quality .8 6.25 (Kept in cold storage not less than five days before . delivery ) Fore-quarters. Hind-quarters, less loin. 1,000 lbs Bacon, medium, per cwt 10.49 25,000 lbs Beans, No. l'pink, per cwt -. 2.98 15 Cases condensed milk . (Eagle Brand) per case. 7.24 6,000 lbs Coffee, green (Salva dor No. 1 ) per cwt 10.34 100,000 lbs Flour, Capitol Mills, per cwt 2.29-4 Arizona Flour. 10,000 lbs Dried fruit, in 1001b sacks of 501b boxes-First-class Apples, per cwt... 8.20 First-class Peaches, per cwt 7.90 First-class Raisins, per cwt 7.40 5,000 lbs Lard (Cudahy or Dodd's) per cwt 8.59 10,000 lbs Onions, per cwt. . . . 1.875 300 ibs Pepper, black, ground in 251b cans, per cwt 14.00 100,000 lbs Potatoes, Irish, per cwt 1.45 3,000 lbs Rice (Island No. 1), per cwt 6.40 8,000 lbs Soap, laundry, in lib bars) per cwt N. C. 5,000 lbs Salt (Salton table, in 101b sacks), per cwt 1.18 5,000 lbs Sugar (beet granu lated), per cwt '.. 6.44 300 Gal. Syrup or Molasses, 5 Gal. can, per Gal-. ...... .364 500 lbs Tea, Japan, fired, No. 1, per cwt 29.75 200 Gal. Vinegar, cider, triple strength, per Gal. .254 1,000 lbs Smoking Tobacco (Duke's Mixture) per cwt 38.40 1,000 Chewing Tobacco (Bat tle Ax), per cwt 38.00 3,000 lbs Rolled Oats, per cwt 3.39 3,000 lbs Corn meal, per cwt. . 2.90 CLOTHING AND BEDDING. 200 Pairs blankets, 72x80 ( Yosemite ) per pr ..... 1.74 6,000 Yards Prison Stripes j Cotton, per 100 yds. ..... 20.90 ! 4,000 Yards Canton Fannel, heavy unbleached Eller- ten, per 100 yds 10.90 75 Suits Citizen Clothing, per suit 4.90 10 Doz. Citizen Shirts, cali co, perdoz 4.95 10 Doz. Citizens Hats, per doz 10.35 150 Doz. Handkerchiefs, red bandana (Martha Wash ington), per doz 64 25 Doz. Hats, .convict, per doz 7.65 1,000 Yards Sheeting, un bleached (Pequot) per yard 062 250 Doz. Socks, per doz 5875 oOO Yards Bed Ticking (Am oskeag XX, or Hamilton AA. ) per vard 1275 500 Yards Toweling, linen crash (Steven N.) per yard 092 3,000 lbs Mattress Moss, per lb 0.93 LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 3,000 Ft; Upper Leather, per sq. ft 204 - .224 2,000 lbs of Sole Leather per lb .289 .329 250 lbs Brass Shoe Nails, patent, per lb 244 50 lbs Iron Shoe Nails, per lb 074 200 lbs Channel Shoe Nails, per lb 134 100 lbs Hungarian Shoe Nails, per lb 084 STABLE SUPPLIES. 25 Tons Rolled Barley, per cwt 1.14 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay( baled), per ton 10.84 25 Sets of Horsehoes, as sorted sizes, per lb 059 LUMBER. 10,000 Ft. pine or redwood, -clear or surfaced, assort- . ed sizes and dimensions, per 1000 ft N. C 15,000 Ft Oregon pine, rough, assorted sizes and di mensions N. C 5,000 Ft.- Flooring, 1x4, T. & G., assorted lengths N. C. 20,000 Shingles, clear redwood, per M pt N. C 5,000 Ft. pine, common, as sorted sizes and dimen sions N. C PAINTS AND OILS. 200 lbs color in oil, lib cans, assorted, per lb 179 4 Bbls. Mineral Paint, un prepared 500 lbs Pioneer White Lead, per lb 087 100 Gals, raw Linseed Oil, in cases, per Gal 849. 150 Gals. Renowned Engine Oil, in cases 434 150 Gals. White Star Valve Oil, in cases, per' Gal. . . .824 300 Gals. Boiled Linseed Oil. .889 500 Gals. Coal Oil, in cases.. .264 50 Gals. Turpentine 89 CONTINGENT. ' 5 Gross Matches, in cans, per. gross 284 30 Bbls. Portland Cement, per lb N. C 200 lbs Manila Rope, per lb .134 100 Bbls. Lime, per cwt N, C. 3,000 lbs Broom Corn, best, per cwt 10.00 3 Tons of Blacksmith Coal, per ton 25.40 1,000 16-candle-power Incan descent Lamps (Edison's) each 224 HARDWARE. 6 Doz. Saw Files, assorted, per doz " .85 25 Doz. Bastard Files, from 3 to 16 inches, per doz. . 2.75 10 Doz. Mill Files, from 3 to 16 inches, assorted, per doz 2. io 25 Doz. Half-round Files,, from 3 to 10 inches, as sorted, per doz 3.50 30 Doz." Pick Handles (hickory) 2.00 5 Doz. Cell Locks (Romer & Co. ) per doz 19.75 5 Boxes Charcoal Tin, 20x 28, XX per box 16.00 2 Boxes Charcoal Tin, 20x 18, XXX per box 22.00 10 Doz. Washoe Picks, per doz 1 7.50 10 Doz. Ames long-handled Shovels, per doz 12.24 2 Bundles Galvanized Iron No. 28, 24x84,'per hun dred 6.68 2 Bundles Galvanized Iron, No. 28, 30x96, per hun dred 6.68 2,000 lbs American Bar Iron, per lb 045 500 lbs Pick Steel, per lb. . . .0875 100 lbs Solder, half and half, per lb... 22f By direction of the Board of Control, E. J. BENNITT, Secretary. First publication May 21, 1902. at The democratic territorial cen tral committee is called to meet at Phoenix on the 27th inst. for the purpose of fixing the place and time of holding the terri torial democratic convention. O 9 BANK OF YUMA YUflA, ARIZONA. 9099 Capital Stock, Paid Up, $10,000 . LEVI SPARR, President C. A. PATTERSON, V.-Presldeat R. S. PATTERSON, Cashier This Bank does a General Banking Business. Patronage Solicited. OO90e99ee999OO99eO999999999999999999999999C9 Better tKan. Wine Korael, the delicious grape fruit beverage, is cooling, not heating, and it acts s a healthful tonicras well as refreshing tired humanityv Have a dozen pints sent home; There Is nothing quite equal to this wholesome fruit drink to take at dinner time. Better class cafes 'and dealers can serve you. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE Angelus Mill and Mining Company ARTICLE Is The undersigned, M. A. Hamburger, George Eastern, Manuel Lowenstcin. Hngo Gold schmidt and P. B. McCabe, hereby associate onrselves together and execute these articles of incorporation for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the territory of Arizona, the name of which corporation shall be the "Angelus Mill and Mining Company," and its principal place of business shall be at Yuma, Yuma county, territory of Arizona, with a branch office at the city of Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, state of California. ARTICLE IL The general nature of the business of said company shall be-to own, operate and dispesi of products of quarries of marble and stone; to mine for gold and other minerals; to hold, pur chase and locate mineral and other lands and water rights; to buy, sell, lease and mortgage real and personal property; to make, buy and sell bills, notes, bonds and debentures; to erect and operate smelters, mills, rellneries and other works for reducing and treating ores and min erals; to develop electricity and buy and sell the same and any mining or water machinery operated thereby: to erect any houses or build ings necessary or convenient to contain any machinery aforesaid or for using as aboaiding house for the employes of the company; to lo cate and establish town sites and to survey the same, and to dispose of. mortgage and lease lots therein; to own, lease and sell lots therein: to erect and own and operate and lease and sell telephone or telegraph liner; to build roads, tramways, electric and steam railroads and canals from the company's mines and works to some river, railroad or highway; to locate and develpp oil lands and lands containing- other kindred substances; to develop, produce and re fine oil and other hydro carbon substances and chemicals; to construct and operate hotels: to buy and sell exchange, discount commercial paper, receive deposits and loan money; to buy and sell all kinds of fuel, and to do anything needful to conduct a general mining, exploring and development business, and to conduct any or all of the businesses before named in Arizona or in any other state or territory-in the United States, or in the Republic of Mexico or in any other foreign country. ARTICLE HI. The capital stock of said company shall con sist of live million dollars, divided into five million shares of the par value of one dollar each; said stock upon issuance to be paid in full in cash or its equivalent in property conveyed to said company or for services for said com pany, and when issued shall be forever non assessable. ARTICLE IV. This corporation shall commence business when its articles of incorporation are filed with the County Recorder of said Yuma county, and the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona, and it shall continue for twenty-five years there from. ARTICLE V, The affairs of this corporation shall be con ducted by u board of directors composed of five stockholders, who shall be elected annually on the first Monday in January, of each year, and until such election M. A. Hambnrgcr, George Easton, Manuel Lowenstcin, nugo Gold schmidt and P. B. McCabe shall act as such directors. ARTICLE VI. The highest amount of indebtedness and li ability to which this ccrrouition shall subject itself shall be the sum of five hundred thousand dollars. ARTICLE VII. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from the debts of this corporation. ARTICLE VIII. These articles of incorporation may be amended by a majority vote of the stockholders of this corporation ai any regular meeting of the stockholders, or any other meeting called for that purpose, and the amendments shall be filed with the County Recorder of the said County of Yuma and printed as required by law. ARTICLE IX. That the directors of this corporation mav adopt by-laws for this corporation at their first meeting. Elections of directors and stockhold ers meeting (annual) shall beheld yearly on the first Monday in January of each year. Witness our hands and seals this ltilh dav of of May, 1902. M. A. HAMBURGER, (Seal.) GEO. EASTON, (Seal.) MANUEL LOWENSTEIN, (Seal.) HUGO COLDSCHMIDT, (Seul.) P. B. MCCABE, (Seal,) STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I oe UOUNTV OF LOS ANGELES. t On this lGth day of May, in the year one thousaud nine hundred and two, before me, Caroline Wcltc, a Notary Public in and for said County of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared M. A. Hamburger, Geo. Easton, Manuel Lowenstcin, Hugo Gold- schmidt and P. B. McCabe, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to' the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. Signed. CAROLINE WELTE. Seal. Notary Public in and for the County or Los Angeles, State of California. Recorded at request of J. V. Dorricgton, at C 9 THE 9 Better fos "Yens, too. p. m May 21, A. D. 1902. C. P. Cronin, County Recorder. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, I B County of Yuma, fbb I, C P. Cronin, County Recorder in and for the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and correct copy of the Articles of Incorpora tion of the Angelus Mill and Mining Company, as filed for record May 21, 1902, and which appears of record in Book 3"of Bonds and Agreements, page , et seq., records of Yuma County, aforesaid. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office, this 21st day of May, A. D., 1902, C. P. Cronin. . Seal County Recorder, Yuma County, Arizona. First publication May 21, 1902. Handy Telephone Line. Geo. Norton was around the city today, seeing his old friends. He reports his camp at Mohawk, Yuma county, in a flourishing condition. George says they are bound to have the luxuries of life down his way, no matter what they cost. But he has a way of doing things so that, they do not cost very much. Mohawk enjoys a very unique telephone system. It is a pri vate line, too. Mr. Norton says that no poles are used, hence no holes were dug. The line ex tends from Mohawk to Quartz site by way of the King of Ari zona mine, a distance of 100 'miles. Small insulated blocks have been laid along the ground and the wire is strung over them,, about six inches above the ground. Wagons can drive over the line without injuring it. Storms and wind have no effect on the system. Mr. Norton declares that it is the cheapest line ever construct ed in the United States. The work cost about $15 per mile. The line works perfectly, and is a great convenience to the camp Citizen. Quartzsite, the name of the new mining camp in northern Yuma county, .promises to be a great metal producer. Gold, siver, copper, and lead abound in large quantities. There are no less than fourteen different groups of mines tributary to Quartzsite, all of which are" be ing developed, which means a settlement of a very consider able population at Quartzsite, This new camp is about thirty miles northwest of the King of Arizona gold mines. Tucson Star. The progress in ocean steam ship construction in the past sixty years has increased the length of the typical steamer from 215 to 70G feet; depth from 24 to 49 feet; beam or width from 34 to 75 feet; displacement from 1,700 to. 37,700 tons; engines from 740 to 37,000 horse power, and the passenger from 90 to 2,960 persons. When Senator Piatt of Con necticut told Senator Teller of Colorado, in answer to a ques tion, that he had "been West some," Senator Teller replied:' "I guess you are like the woman I heard of once who lived in Portland, Me. Somebody asked her if she had ever been West. 'Yes,' she said. 'Yes, I have been West as far as Boston.' " COME TO THE SENTINEL OFFICE for Job Work. Satisfaction assured. Just One Minute. That is just the length of time that it takes to convince a customer that my line of samples for suits made to order is away ahead of anything shown in Yuma. The suits that are made in this department are made by REAL TAILORS, and not by girls and apprentices like most of the so called "made-to-order" suits are. MY SUITS HOLD THEIR SHAPE Call and see the beautiful line of those nobby Tropical Flannel Coats and Pants that is now being shown in the Clothing department e -ate m - - - THE Imperial fc New River Country Take the S. P. train to Flowing Wells.... At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCATJLLEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular stage line from that place to Imperial,leaving Flowing "Wells at 7:30 a,m,OD Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, returning the following days. Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, and will take you to anv part of the country. ? The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fields west of Flowing Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are un-excelled. f;0 Notice for Publication. Homestead Entry, No. 3624. Department of the Interior, J Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, May 14, 1902. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court at Yuma, Arizona, on Saturday, June 23, 1002. viz: Henry E. Farmer, of Yuma, Arizona, for the N E. X Sec. 12, T. 9 S., It. 21 W., G. & S. K. B. and M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: James Cunningham. Walter Webster. Lea Morris and Andrew F. White, all of Yuma, Arizona. . . MILTON R. MOOltE, Kcgister. First publication May 14, 1!W2. NOTICE. In the Matter of the - J Estate of V Mrs. S. Knight, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. S. Knight. deceased, to present the same, with the necessary vouchers, to Althee Mo'desti, executor of said estate, at his office on Main street in the town of Yuma, county of Yuma, territory of Arizoua, with in four months from date hereof. Dated Yuma, Arizona, May 17, 1902. Althee Modestt, Executor of the Estate of Mrs. S. Knight, deceased. First pub. May "21,. 1902. . t4- R&W nr Outing Suits of Tropical Fancy Flannels and Wool Crash-- the perfect Summer gar ments. In beauty of work manship and exclusiveness of style they cannot be classed with other makes. Ideal wea? FOR BUSINESS OR OUTING- they are essential to your ward robe for the sultry months. Permit us to submit to your judgment our complete assortment; we cannot fail to meet your requirements. Corning this wa? Gben.BOuave interested in knowing bow to reacb Settlement, NOTICE. In the .Probate Court of 'the County of Yuma, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the Estate, j and Guardianship of V D. A. Johnson, a Minor J Notice is hereby given that John Gandolfo, the guardian of the person and estate of D. A. Johnson, minor, having filed in this court a petition for an order of sale of the following real es tate, to-wit: Lots one and two 1 and 2, seven and eight 7 and 8, Neahr's addition to the city of Phoenix, county of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, the hearing of which has been fixed by this said court for Saturday, the 7th dav of June, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of said court, in the town and county of Yuma, Territory of Arizona; and all persons in terested in said estate and guard ianship of said minor, are here by notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any there be, why the said petition should not be granted. Dated Yuma, A. T., April 30, 1902. A. Frank, Clerk of Probate Court. First published April 80, .1902.