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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

i THE ARIZONA. .SWK T I N E L . ...:iW. r hie 1 AEISOI'TA CITY, YUMA COTJHTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1872. plumber 2. every Saturday, by ml. MiJfon. n. per year six months. ...$y GO .. 3 00 Copies 2o fcrtising One inch -space, 1 R?2 0: one month, $4. Con- p, per year and quarter at rc- ld rates. FeiGS for legal advertise rs,, im all cases, inust be paid Idvarvce. pTCurrrency received at par. KTA11 orders by mail or ex bs miRst be addressed to C. L. MINOR, j Editor and Proprietor. jllSCELLANEOUS. jf piDER.'GRIERSON & Co. f)XA CITY HU lli.UU. FrOOKS nnd STATIONERY k quality and price of wh'ich cordially invite public un- lion. Also, dealers m .mil lines of lol Books, Sheet Music, .Legal Blames, j ires ;and Picture?Erames, laWtngPaprTpOaTiVl ty, lnmcy Articles, ana an extensivs stoctc of I R I E T I . E S . Agents for r:e ? ZONA SENTINEL, iipo-n TTninn. San Francisco hfiiicle. Call. Bulletin, andlthe ding Eastern andCaliforni pa irs, men io GOLORAIIO Gila street, Arizona City. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

SENTINEL. r & Proprietor. rcli 23, 1872. -lo the Former Patrons of the Free Press. There seems to be a misunder standing existing between some of the former patrons of the Free Press,a newspaper published in this town up to a few weeks back, and ourself. Mr. Gordon,the editor of that sheet, in order to shield himseif from blame, circu lated among his patrons that the conditions of the sale to us em bodied the filling of contracts be tween them and himself. This is not so. There were no conditions to be made, as we did not pur chase anything from that man; he had nothing to sell. The mate rial, press, etc.. upon v,rhich he printed his paper was not his property. He had possession, it is true, also the privilege of paying for it, but ho did not own a thing in the whole concern, nor never would. When we came here, a few weeks ago, it was with the intention of starting a paper in opposition to the Free Press. The next day after -our arrival, we met Mr. Gordon, and hearing of our pur...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

retuiutfifc'U mar lie Pxeuscd from laking part in rmatter. Granted. )n motion of Mr. Martin, a com- ittee of eight, selected from tho ix payers of this county, was ap pointed to take into consideration jaid bids, and requested to re- It to the Board. he following named citizens . e appointed on said comrait- !e: Thomas Goodman, T. J. Bia- well, J. H Meyers, C. H. Brinley, A. .). Finlay, J. S. Carr, Win. R. Larkin and Thos. Hughes. Tho Board then look ivcess until 7 o'clock i. m. At that hour tlie Board vc-np-sembie, with all present. The committee appointed then appeared before the Board, mid rociyea their instructions together within bids and specifications. On motion, ihe committee was instructed to report on the. same on the 25ih hist., to which time the Board adjourned.- Troxn Huaiapai. J. J. McCann. formerly of this town, but who of late has been prospecting in the Iluniapai Dis trict, lias finally ".struck it" pretty rich. From specimens which he sent to 0. F. Townsend, our Ci...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

Saturday, Marcli 23, 1872. The Apaches. cm the war-path in all directions. of horrid butcheries perpetrated by thee devils, .and y;et, notwith standing all this, the Government fnrmr i:itp. ii the invfirnment the Apaches on reservations, why the nature of the beast as well l j 5? Tt7 L . -i, r -j. j. 4 ...:n l 'Ul"f Wil.il LJIli ULLtJIiU Ul (US in Arizona; New Mexico, nas to 'grin ana oenr iv as The Borderer,' 'published at jff article in reference to the "good Indians," from which we take the-following extracts: We have been parient and eng during while there was a shadow of hope that any thing would be done for our relief. Patience and forbearance are fast wearing out, and we shall very .soon advocate an entirely different line of policy and help to carry it out. We have men enough in this section to bring about order, and if the Gov ernment will not allow the mili tary to work this question up, wo shall go at it without the- tram jnels of red tape. The planting season is nearly o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ARIZONA SENTINEL. Volume 1. AEIZGSA CITY, YXTHA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1872. pTumber 2. Published every Saturday, by C . I . M I Iff O 51 . Eubseripticto, per year $5 00 " six months... '6 00 Single Copies 25 Advertising One inch space, 1 time, $2 50; one month, $4. Con tracts, per year and quarter at re duced r ites. ' )Fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. jjSTCurrency received at par. CiTAll orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to C. L. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. Constitutionality of the Legal Ten der Act. A vei" important decision, af firming the constitutionality of the above named act, was render ed by the Supreme Court of the United States r. short time ago.fivc of the Judges Strong, Swayiie, Davis, Miller and Bradley favor ing this decision,and four Chase, CliffoJWField and Nelson dis- -oyAiTLQ nlo"f3ffiT5lLGo u rt was dellWiiediWticFong, and, it noLB,V affirms the constitu tionality of the legal-tende...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 March 1872

r TH'J ARIZONA SrJNTINEL. C. L. KIi03l, Editor & Proprietor. Sttlardwjj Marts 1ST. radians at Work. From the Las Cruces Borderer the 6th, we learn that a man named Jack Williams, butch er at Apache Pass, was lcilied, and an other named Dodds wounded. They were attacked while within sight of the post. This occurred one day last week. "Williams had been an old driver on the Tucson road, and left it oh account of the danger. One night, abeut the 1st his month, the Indians stole fo horses from Mimbres. They .'relying in wait for Colman's lain, but as a full guard was out jey were saved. In Cook's canyon, the men ac- tmpanylng Colman's wagons saw senteen Indians hovering about. le mail coach was entering iyon,!they met two men iback who told them that teeen four Indians at the if the pass. In the vi- ibrs, we learn, p&&y ever fC Miner we take the long items: The stall-fed Nav&joes of New Mexico vvho are blood relations he, jpViches, and, of course, rtv-iiends in human sha...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

THE ARIZONA flume 1. ARIZONA CITY, YUMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1872. Number 3. hed every Saturday, by L, . MIKOB. )tion, per year .-.$5 00 six months... 6 00 Copies 25 jrtising One inch space, 1 52 50: one month, S4. Con- per year and quarter at re lates. Fees for legal advertise- f, In all cases, must be paid Kixr.ce. Currency received at par. 'All orders by mail or ex- must be addressed to C. L. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. njuScind most reasona- li? a nn STEAM j. lVigation &m?r 'ANY'ri S. S. cffi5&2 . ia-ivobShh Francisco h Moath of the Colorado about the loth or eucii 1 ,,nnni.t.iinr With HVCr Era for points along the river It. delivered at Yuma in 12 pm San Francisco. &upe rcpnirfr accommodations. esofthe company at 010 L, San Francisco, Lai., iu- Ehrenberg, A. i. I. POL.1IAMU5. Genl sup':. Life Insurance Decision. An interpstiner decision in a li insurance case lias recently been i i iv . rt rentiereu Dy me supreme uour. of Kentucky. A person name Coff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL. C. L. MINOR, Editor & Proprietor. Saturday Marcli 30, 1S72. Gen. 0. 0. Howard. Late advices from San Francisco inform us that General Howard, the Indian Peace Commissioners' Agent, has sailed from that port, on his way to this Territory, on the 21st inst. Tho object of his visit to Arizona is to "take such measures as may appear to him best in the interest of peace." The . General was an officer in the U. S. service during- the Is te "unpleas antness," and distinguished him self as a brave soldier. He is also represented as being an examplary Christian, a wise and prudent counsellor, and a humane man. If he is a Christian, how can he look upon the murders and rob beries committed by the Apaches upon our citizens, and not recom mend the immediate extermina tion of the whole tribe? If a wise and prudent counsellor, he will consult with those who have lived among these murderous brutes, and not be led estray by the gen tleness (?) of the Apache when on reserva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

FZONA SENTINEL. Ly3 March SO, 1SV2. Our Agents. Rjllowinsr named persons lorized to receive and re- t subscriptions to the Sen Our terms are S5 a vear: Is, SO.curreney, in advance. fiider, Grierson & Co., Ari ty and San Diego. ransfeld, Tuscon. Id. Hardvville. , Stvrart. Ehrenberjr. & Co., 410 Montgomery Francisco. '.Howell & Co., New York District Court. ing the week the following were called up by Judge ?. .Tud?e Tirssidino-: Jier vs. Cornwall Howell fjintiff and Gray for defend- ippheation was made by the lor cleienclant that a com- n be issued and directed to (competent person in San Lsco, to take testimony in ive entitled cause; motion and taken under advise- I nan vs. Grant Howell and for plaintiff and Gray for nt counsel for defendant for a continuance of cause; irgued and taken under tent. llication of District Attor- i the Court will convene ing for the arraignment charged with murder, pgecl with fcault with a intent to tors. ent, the on Mon- , Chair- Eeport of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL. Saturday, JUarcfi 30. 1S72. Peter Cartwright is Dead. This remarkable Methodist .preacher died recently at his home in Illinois, at the advanced age ol eighty-eight years. Had he been blessed with a classical education, he could have shone in literature as brilliantly as he has in the field where his wonderful talents and energies placed him. The vener able Cartwright "died with the harness on," after having worked for Christianity nearly sixty years as a Methodist preacher. He be lieved in "lighting the devil with fire," and his powerful physical organization nearly always gave him the victory in his battles against Satan's captains. A num ber of rowdies attended a camp meeting once, and whilst Old Peter was preaching, got up a dis turbance. The officers of the law, from fear, refused to make any ar rests, or do anything to sustain order. The divine warrior at once volunteered his services, and in a trice he had badly whipped and secured two of the scoundrels,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

SUPPLEMENT TO THE AEIZONA SENTINEL, Volume 1.' ARIZONA CITY, YTTMA COUNTY, A. .T., SATUHDAY, MARCH 30, 1872. dumber 3. Wished every Saturday, byj C . 1. . ML OR. kcription, per year $5 00 six montns... a uu tIpCoiiigs 25 Irlvprrisine- One inch space. 1 le. S2 50: one month, $4. Con- fcts, per year and quarter at ro sea rates. Fees for les-al adverhse- Ints, in all cases, must be paid advance. Currency receivedat par. ISAll orders by man or ex $s must be addressed to C. L. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. m Diego, Arizona City and Tucson mm. r. S. 3IASL. Tri-Weekly 3 Ine of four-horse )aches runnir.ff between ban ui- Igo and Tuscon. JSTIME FIVE DAYS-IBS Leaves San Diego every Sun- lay, Tuesday and Thursday eve ling?, connecting with tlie Me- illa stage for Ralston. Fare to Arizona City, $40: to ruscpn. S90; toUalston, $125, gold Rt Office, corner Fourth and Dsts., rSan Diego. JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r. rnAKE NOTICE. On and after March 11th, 1S72, all business connected with the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 March 1872

THE ARIZONA SENTINEL. Saturday 3aicli SO. 1S72. Trie Execution of Buckout, the Sleepy Hollow Murderer. Isaac Van Wort Buckout, the "Sleepy Hollow" murderer, as he i? called,Twho was hanged at New York a few weeks since, suffered the extreme penalty of the law tor the murder of his wife and Alfred Randall. Buckout married his wife- clandestinely, against the. wishes oi her parents, and after wards charged her with infidelity. Randall was on a visit tc Buck on t, enjoying field sports with him, when the fatal deed was committed. In his last moments, Buckout displayed most extraor dinary nexve never, even when standing under the gallows, be traying the slightest symptoms oi fear. He said he was content to die, and felt as he used to when he was a child. At 11 o'clock, the Sheriff received a dispatch,signed by Governor Hoffman, saying that he would not interfere. The news was conveyed to the condemned mr.n by his brother, who wept bitterly and seemed to be utterly overcome. The prisoner...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

4 Volume 1. ABIZONA CITY, YUMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, APEIL 13, 1872. Number 5. d entin el. Speech of Gen. 0. 0. Howard at Arizona City. On Monday evening, the 8th inst., at 7i o'clock, as previously announced in the Sentinel, the Court House was lightened, and the people commenced bending their way to the place of meeting. The attendance was such the tit could be seen at a glance that the people had turned out eng masse to exchange views with that good and great mau, Gen. O. O. How ard, The seats were chiefly occu pied by ladies. "We learn that Mrs. Gen. Crook, in company with Col. Lee and his lady, was also pres ent. The meeting was called to order by H. Alexander, and Judge T. J. Bid well unanimously elected to the Chair. Judge Bidwell,after H few introductory remarks, in troduced Gen. Howard. The Gen- ral's remarks, which we give be- ill speak for themselves. ird'introduced Rev. E. ( ItS VIIlMKVil Ul JlllIIIL'.'Mnil, who spoke of the peace policy of the present; that it differ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

to pat everybody on the back. I foukl not be morevinisundcrstoGd. At a meeting; h dldinnj Wash in r- ton in the iutcresis of uniyerjsalij peace, just as 1 was leaving1 uu-; this coast, they insistedou "myi speaking, i told them I believed .' peace, out oniy.tne-.peacoanaL. Kircd sfceurily and justice. I-or at kinjU of always; necessary. The work TI I !. A LUZON A SENTINEL. is slow but.itvill come along.- L ;ish .AgSffiSmith had toldlyouj whatcevenfa year of honest; pa-? tient work has done for the In diansxin Minnesota",-' Ybu' kuThr how cun n i ug;. .? d run ken n ess;, )i t- ternessmurder and all violence ,hcld swav among the Sandwich.. C. E: MINOS, Editor MProprietor. i. j k. . i j s Jfe. SsiUirdiiy, Aprr. K$. " Two Hundred Dollars Reward. toot var. reueumu ;i f peace I will. fight any ' ve now. Cheers. r But in all 4 htin'g we will not forget that.., are men, civilized men,, not,. avltjes; tnat we seeic peace ana ( If at any time during j flag of truce had j n sent into our line...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

rTILE ARIZONA SENTINEL. PROFESSIONAL LEGAL NOI ICES. LEGAL NOTICES. Saturday, April 13, ICE TO CREDITORS. S IT MM ONS P ir a r (. it a v e Our Agents. J. Attorney a t -JLa w MISCELLANEOUS. 'ARIZOXA JEWS DEPOT. SCHNEIDER, GRIERSON & Co. Faeizoxa city ana sax diego. are constantly in receipt of New BOOKS and STATIONERY to the quality and price of which they cordially invite public in spection. Also, dealers in full lines of school Books, Sliest Music, Legal Blanks, Pictures and Picture F rames, Drawing Paper. Candies, Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and an extensive stock of V A R I E T I E S. Agents for the ARIZONA SENTINEL, San Diego Union, San Francisco Chronicle, Call, Bulletin, and the i ny Kastern andCalilonua a- mchlb 7OR SALE at a Bargain. Two extra-made, well-irpned FARM WAGONS, suitable for home useand light Is. A bargain caWbe had by llvirto: ' r SAM'L TAYLOR It the .Stage Company's sfffr Irch 2, 1872. MERICAN BAKERY. Main st., Arizona City. rG. M. KNIGHT, Proprietor. presh Br...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

THE AEIZOXA SENTINEL. Satmtlaj-. April 13. lSt2. District Court. .Jl'DGE I. REAVIS, PRESIDING. Court mot on Monday, and dur ing the week transacted business as follows: Territory v.?. Seer; assault with a deadly weapon Released on bail in the .sum of S-jOO. The Court then adjourned to meet on the first Monday in July. The Hualapai Mines. We received a letter from Gov. Sattord, dated at Tut-on, the Sth intt., informing us of his arrival that day from the Hualapai mines. The Governor, aftei compliment ing us very highly for the man ner in which we have so far con ducted the Sentinel, says: "J am delighted with the prospects at the Hualapai mines, and I have never examined a better mineral belt, ft would not surprise me to see at least 0,000 people at those mines before the close of the year." Crowded Orr. An interesting correspondence between Captai M'eGowan, Mayor Finlay and Si Mr vor Ch Interview Between Gen. Howard and Puscual, the Yuma Chief. Having received a special invi tation ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

J" Volume 1. ARIZONA CITY, YUMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1872. Number 5. T-.l 1 1 1 .... C'.4 1,.. C . 1i MIXOR. Subscription, per year $5 00 " six months... 3 00 Single Copies 25 Advertising One inch space, 1 time, $2 50; one month, $4. Con tracts, per year and quarter at re duced rates. BSUi,ees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. gSTCurrency received at par. jJtaTAll orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to C. L. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. MISCELLANEOUS. San Diego, Arizona City and Tucson i'. S. HE All, WfrF3 JLIKE. Tri-Weekly 3 'ino of four-horse coaches running between San Di ego and Tuscou. SSTtime five days."9 Loaves San Diego every Sun day, Tuesday and Thursday eve nings, connecting with the Me silla stage forltalston. , Jniiy to Arizona City, S10; to ,n Si r tn fn strm. Slt'A. o-n r in. Ofiiee, corner Fourth and D sts., San Diego. JOHN CAPRON, Prop'r. r m A K E N O T ICE On and after March 11th, 1S72, all business connected ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 April 1872

HIE ARIZONA SENTINEL. Saturday, April 13. 1ST2. The Buried City. The unearthing of Pompeii is still going1 forward, promising much for the future. There was recently discovered the body of a woman who had fallen clutching a bag of gold. The hardened ashes became a mould of the victim. And in this case the crust did not I break. Into the cavity plastor-of-paris was poured. The result was a perfect cast of a woman as she died, gripping her bag of ninety pieces of gold, two silver vases, some jewels and keys. Hurrying along the street she had tripped and fallen on her side. Her arm is raised and twisted. Her hand, beautifully formed, is clutched in despair, the nails entering the skin. The head dress, face, tissue of garments, and rings on her fin- rgors are reproduced exactly. A correspondent says that tho Pom pciians were evidently given up to pleasure, and that theirs was a nlife of the senses. Even now, he Lsays, when The city has been buried eighteen hundred years, one is startled...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 April 1872

I I I II III II I III I Volume 1. AHIZONA CITY, YUMA COUNTY, A. T.. SATURDAY, APHIL 20, 1872. Number 6. h T I Published every Saturday, by ' . L- . JIISOR. Subscription, per year $0 00 six months... 3 00 Single Copies 25 Advertising One inch space, 1 time, $2 50; one month, S4. Con tracts, per year and quarter at re duced rates. 8 Fees for legal advertise ments, in all cases, must be paid in advance. BSTCurrency received at par. 8All orders by mail or ex press must be addressed to C. L. MINOR, Editor and Proprietor. MISCELLANEO FS. Al'IZOffAIVEWS DEl'OT. SCHNEIDER. GRIERSON & Co. Arizona city and sax dikgo. are constantly in receipt of New BOOKS and STATIONERY to the quality and price of which they cordially invite public, in- :h?o, dealers in lull lines of School Books, Shet Music, Legal Blanks. Pictures and Pictute Frames, Drawing Paper. Candies, Cutlery, Fancy Articles, and an extensive stock of V A 11 I E T I E S. Agents for the ARIZONA SENTINEL, Communicated. ' The Indian Q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 April 1872

3 mm C. L. MINOR, Editor & Proprietor. , Saturday, April 20,1S72. Oar Kailroad Prospects. Private letters received in San JJiego from Wish in; ton, 'dated March :10th, from prominent men there, say that Mr. Scott is em phatically in favor of beginning: the grat work of . constructing the Texas Pacific Railroad at this point. A dispatch from Mr. Hor ton, who is now in Washington, I oking to the interest, of San "i'ego, dated April 11th, goes to show that the extension of time demanded by the Company will not be granted, and says that work will be. commenced immediately. Tiie great motive of Mr. Seott'Jbr commencing operations at this particular placets evident to all acquainted with the shipping fa cilities of this port. TheCompany is determined to complete this route si--- early as possible, and this is the only point on the .line that iffords the advantage of construct ing the road in opposite direc- iisjtojfs final ends. Ftance of securing to pleoplea, railroad coramumca- betw...

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