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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 March 1877

NEUTRAL. IN NOTHING. YUMA, A; T.. SATURDAY. MARCH 3, 1877. ! VOL. V. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY. SATURDAY BY lha Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNGi Editor. SubcrIpMon. One ear $5 00 8ix Months 3 0 tfiugla Copies AdTertialDK One square, each insertion $2 50 ,f.n miDseuueut iubdi uuu.... .... i j C'! ' tracts by the year or quarter at re fuferi rates. A square consists of tcsn lines of this JTob Printing Legil Blanks , Brief, Bill-Heads, Letter tJebria, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program utes.etc, piinied in every style:, witti neat Bw and aisptttch. Ids Currency taken at jmk wheu.paj iittt.lB are uiaue in advance. VllM'ESiilOjKAL UA&Dti. Mliix AT ZLAST&iLtaOPi. Attorney at Law. Office iiow, Prescoti, A. T. July B-u. PAUL MEBEIt, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Hotary Public. Preocott, AriJtoiia Territory. C. W. J. ROWEJLL, Attorney aud Counselor at Law, iAN BEKNiUiDiNO, CAL. 1 attend to all business intrusted to .ioi i, the Courts of Cal...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 March 1877

MARCH 3. "13 IMJIAN QUESTION. Arizona just now this seems to h- ve htjen narrowed down into qu ion. whether Gov. Safford's 1-v icii ins have been prompted " esire to secure pro i . ! for the lives and property .Izens of the Southeastern "f he Territory, or wheth . h(-y were influenced, as eharg- ' Ji the Pre.-.cott Press and in ".quarters dispatches, by a c i impulse to tear imaginary J .ureh from tho brow of our jocose Let;rtmfcnt Commander, and by : trjar ti?sire to provide material lr .speculation to the legendary Indian Ring of of well, of most any puo utside of Prescott. We pc vi tjj.fngn brnqder view of a uljectso important as this Indian matter; but in support of the first .vpctheisand against thePrescotW ction, we merely give, a fw j u-is MI( iet tbe.rublic judge of the reetftude of Safford's motives and jtuige whether Kautz's jibes and his admirers' falsehoods have added to or detracted from the g d record lie brought here with him. April 7th, 187G, Rogers and Spence were m...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 March 1877

She. Swam Sentinel SATURDAY, : MARCH 3. LOCAL MATTBBS. Picnic at San Ysidro laBt Sunday. THRESH CRANBERRIES AT jH NEAHR'S. The Arizona Brewery is putting on city air now. A free lunch is furnished every day to its patrons. New Departure. George Martin iTI'ing the illustrated. pr.pers t one bit eaeb. Cawualty. C F. Smith, staRe hostler at Gila City, had his arm broken last Saturday, just above the wrist, by a kick from that rpan horse, Bull-dog." At U Aalq. The villians are aTn selling whisky to the Yuma Indians; Last Sunday they made night hideous over in the Rincon.and did some cutting among themselves. Wei ls, Fargo & Co. have published a corrected list of their offices, dated Jan. 1 1877, in which Yuma appears as an es- tnblisbed office. They must be about to' open up business again down here, The Lajcksibe Library gives all the standard novels in a popular, cheap form. The Yuma News Depot sells in this shape, for 25 amd f0 rente, novelt for which one usually pays $1 50 tp 2,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 March 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY March 3. Desert GjotvUis, Ko, 8. The willow and CoStenwood, in several varieties, found alongthe bottoms of the Colorado and Gila rivers, do not essentially differ from those found elsewhere. The Cachiwiilla, or Arrow Weed, forms dense thickets, covering hundreds of acres sometimes, and is a prominent feature of our valleys. It grows to a height of six or seven feet, in straight, tough stems of about half an inch diameter. rrmluuting in p . of small, p.iit, dull green .-.- -Its sterns re iiiui-h u.v. -? by i;-,. riyr Indians in making arr . -for which purpose they are ernir. " dapted; hence the dh- y Jgrh of faint coi.-- $png time ut: :- fs he .-, - wftfci.. Ve evergreens e uore "arctic "rcuu .u ioe-aa!i plain-, remo? son th Dee nil lie; But thf ' from rivt? ar- far Ovm being a t;(ute of useful vegetation, as miglit be inferred from the Cterm "desert " so generally applied to them. The grasses, known under the generic name of Grama, com prise at least twenty v...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 March 1877

INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. V 1 NEIJTRALi IN NOTHIN ' 1 " " " ' " " " " -tSTv-' - fSTSTT!?!!"""'' r-p-T-n t m k mTTTr i r- . . . . . i VOL.. V, -t LlJ MARCH 10; 1877: Nth ii. TEE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAV NY 3 he Sentinel Publishing o., GEORGE TYNG.' Editor. Subacrlpiion. Ono Year 0 Sir Months 3 00 Single Copiei. - Adrortlslncr. One square, eacli insertion 2 50 Each suboequent insertion I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consiate of ten Iines.of this u'me type. 4FoI Printing... Lenal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Bends, Circulars, Labels, Cards. Prograui- uiee.etc., pynted in every style, with neat ness and dispatch. IS" Currency taken at pah when paj uients are made iu advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MUKAT MA3TJERSON. Attorney at Law.. Office Row, Pretcutt, A.. July 6-U. PAUL. WEBER, Attorney and. Counselor at Law, Notary Public Precott, - - Arizona Territory. C. W. C. ROWEL L, Attorney and. Counselor at Law, SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. "Wi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 March 1877

MARCH 10. " : r.flBFR-LKSSTALK. A i i er proposition comes from n i! .-go to Arizona. It is to Ibo money to help Tom .' . The U'oWeZ assumes that i ' i . - -eu unfriendly toScott 1 1 o r :ia.- been friendly to the " I ctcific. All wrong. J u came here, ostensibly ; Ci.e v st of the Texas Paci : offered all that has i' the other road. He r , .' ro-dially by the city - and by the people. I- v n u nccept nothing because - ( 1 a a a r tu?-i. T;, can i- i v K from J--, vt ran tee nothing in Texas Pacific Co. iny thing they need v pie, provided they Hence of working in This they have, not ,?or 'I fa.th. et lone. On the contrary. It hns always has been represented by engineers and quid-nuncs, hat r.gh' it the Yuma Heads y&s the crily pri.eric.able railroad crossing if the Colorado for hundreds of miles. This belief has been gen eral. The a-ent of the T. P. Co rxtvK ' private lands on the bank' the river at the heads,and t-r ... polize the crossing against U Ihers, has since held posses...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 March 1877

In N. Y., 105, Greenbacks here 95 96, stocks closed vesterriav : Cal., 49; Con. Var., 47; 6. & C, 18; Just, 13J; Mex., i8; Ophir, 25 J; S. Nev., 67; Union, 9; Eure ka, 15; Jacket, 12; B. & B., 33 J; Overman, 80; Point, 9J; Bullion, 19. The Bank of Nevada has clos ed a sale of one million ounces of silver to the Government at terms withheld. New Orleans, March 7. D. A. Wehr. State tax collector at Bayou Sara, was assassinated to day; he had been an active Re publican. Nichols.the Democratic claimant of the Governorship has offered $5000 reward for convic tion of the murderers. Gov. Pack ard stands firm in his positionand says he will not give up the State TIjii$e wither a. tiijfht. Lt x Du s - Mii;i;i 7 . W n n u 2-vs aav tiiat inurrecti n has ur. "nsbtedK recommenced in B j.- s net .i?pj?r?fSP irnop- iuhh vay- . :rd four sfeams from the fgeiv tsimw at K:l!.ur:. -i-, all the other provinces are quiet, Pakis, March 7 In a cabinet council, to consider amendment to Press law, Pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 March 1877

I HE SENTINEL. ATI "'PAY March 10. 3e rt Growths, No. 9. T hit ippnrenrly is a true Ver ktu: h k ui-d in great profusion, though iti mall variety of 'color; in 1 r -pots on the desert, and, 3 -ssons, growing and t v., 'uxuriant'y notably on h . id s of the Colorado river r,oot. 'xican boundary. Dur seasons of abundant he years 1863 and 1864, evpL ' most barren and forbid ding f the desert become Ci. . i ' grasses and flowering ' P vorable parts afford iwanc& and of great those years the dry, iame out like mead y body had fat mules. only shows that the . invfie plants are present ir d.e ground, (spontaneous ger minati a is too profound a ques- !n h sounded by the Sen i2 little plummeTjbut also prove? that the soil possesses the eletrents of fertility and only needs ;ater for th eir development. Xtfurv proved this in 18664; and t-Joii'lc and others are o-day, in our irame--''y. by irrigation. On rhfir fencesnre found -)is native to thecouh- uearly all the fruits ai .etubles known ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 March 1877

NKTJTftAL TN NO'IllTNG7. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 187f. W: 4', VOL. V. rNtKPKNDlSNTT IN ALL THlNOS. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY 'J he Fentirel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG. Editor. BnbcrIp!ort On Y nr Sis Jtlontlir Sinn, C'i'i' ...en oo .... 3 00 J2 AclvertlIne.' Ono nqiiart. efteh insertion $2 50 K-ch mbrfequi'nt insertion 1 '-i" C '"Unlet by the year or quarter at re du. i-ii rates. square consists of ten lines of this tise t pe. J oh Printing. Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Bead, Circulars, Label, Cards. Program wee.etc, printed in every style, with neat ness ktid dispatch. ES Currency ftnken at imh when pnj uiciittt are umde in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MLKAT MASTlSttSOiV. Attorney at Law. Office Row, Preseutt, A. T. July fc-U PAUL WEBEK, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Notary Public. Piescott, Aniuna Territorj. C. W. C. ROW ELL, Attorney and Counselor at Law, SAN BERNARDINO. CAL. Will attend to nil business intrusted to bits in the Courts...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 March 1877

ai v i; iV .- . . . jiyjjHCH 17 i f m'l a fii ! 1 iny"""TinwKBtBBPBifygiiiiiii n fipologcttc- heavy editor m-ra fo sprve i ' of the District Court to J bread, while supporting the i uniou " glory " of the Sen iiMi, Gonrt. sat this week, and1 n "'inuinff tire of attorney's- rao tinn h is absorbed mot? of his The head of our printing m o.rtm-nt has been laid' up-sick f-diys this week. We there ft.;0 ask our readers- to- cast an ii 4 1 gent eye this time on- our if. rt to titillate their intellects. IV tat JftfatlVy Knows" ASout JlnJl roads. Col G. W. Bradley (who U not rur-p.'irtl reporter, but a prince 'jrgiWellow3, with a- htart so I that it has enlarged h per w Mie full limits of hiv . " i .tng)'- return, rt- in re Nst ! " night from r-.an Fr-.noH- railroad terming. f!e t- iyh in thrrfc day- from Si. 'Ki-i... lie va- iot..iried f'n - and on' his-return, rode By rail 1 miles-more than on his trip in, that distance having been shortened hr the gap between the river and1 the terminus ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 March 1877

J.-55S Tee Sentinel. March 17. Beaert Growths No. 10. A singular onoof these is (he Co row. Je Crista orCrown of Christ." A i tuber of slender trunks spring from he ground in a cluster and bear leng iapering, leafless bran ches stU'Jdpc' with large thorns; tla .ranches twine loosely common center almost ..originally, but still spirally, Luteh branch, if straightened out. would rr easure from nix to twen ty feet; but, interwoven as it is, structure rarely rises to of more thn seven feet, a diameter of more than A lateral cross section per part giv'es a curiout- to conventional . . ...urns depicted on our a u.t'h brow; hence the name in spf-akiuj? of the " Prickly ; 'Mus. we omitted to des property of its juices th il f- . iiy le of interest to ou t San Diego and other i southern California, where .ant Rbounds. A mortar f seven parts of clean sand -wrtoflime, mixed with s juice will become a x, r xnarble and ring like cast "!n struck. If used tor a Vjuld be painted with . ii eed-oii, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 March 1877

SATURDAY. : : : : MAKH 17 LOCAL ItFATTEKN Trndehereis improving' and a bettor reeling pervades bninea circles.--h TUB BRKtVEHY Iin jst been provided With a .pscioUB verandah: the beer will be lept cool, it shade can do it For our French scholars i Pas dr MKtT Rhone QUB Onr devil says tI,at' ( liberally translated, tins means' iv jour own boat " We Kiw it up. TUB Capitol rentnurant i fnt Work Ing its way into public favor. John Cady i a good cook, ftiid it. keeping his pboe op eng all night offers a big inducement for pa tronage. RuRBKits. Arortlor circulated here this week ofthe presence of members of a Mex ican band of robbers, but no depredations have been ootnmitted nor haH anything occurred to realize suspicion. "IpreBli Htiiplle.s. Gabino Aguilar is duo here to-day from Ran Diego, with a wagon load of fresh fruit, vegetable, batter &c. When he was here before iiDle of onr citizoi.B were disappointed by finding that his load wan sold off before they knew of hia arrival. New ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 March 1877

rNDKPHNDEXT IN ALL THINGS. NtttJTKAI, IN NOTHING. VOL. V. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY. MARCH 24, 1877. NO. THE AMZuKA SEN llNELi PUBLISUEU EVERY SATURDAY nv 1 he ientiuel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG. Editor. SnbM-ripcloii. One Yr $5 00 Six Months 00 iSiiTit- G'oioe.. 1 AIvcrtllim. OnwsqtiNre, -ncli insertion..... .$2 50 Each Hiibi-equenr inxertion 1 '25 Contractu by the j'enr or quarter Ht re duecd rntes. A eqimru consists ot ten lines of thin size type. Job Printing. Lepnl Hinkw,hrn'N, 14ill-He;nl8. Letter H'ue..L m Uiiu , Lnbelx, Cards. Pi numm uies.ele. , primed in every myle, with neat Ufr Ulld uleputcli. iT Currency inken at iwh when ua) Uii-iite nic uiuuo in titivniice. PROFESbJOAAL (J A liDci. MliiAT .11 ASTKKSOiN. Attorney at L:tv. Office Row. Prescott, A. T. July ti-ti PaVL webek, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Notary Public. I'reicotr. Arizona Territory. C W C. BO WELL, Attorney and Counselor at Law, SAN BERNARDINO. CAL. Will attend to ail buainena intrusted to him in ttit' Cour...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 March 1877

MARC" 24 Parti Orsanl-sation.. Considerate eflbrt la being xnaii by a fow residents- of this 1 erritoiy to organize the elements h re of. i Democratic party. They evidently, mid correctly,, look Xcrw iru to the early admission of Arizona to the Union im a State. nnd uell know that their only ehanceof securing office Is by con trolling a political organization of wme kind : the past has taught them, that no organization can be citucr'Hed so thoroughly as the LV .Jioirutic. Novv-a-days men are I)criiitratri because habit causes them to adhere to the party they xvrh bred in, when it wa a party, th grand leaders and vith well df fiiied principles: because they "vmut ofljrv and cannot hope to get it from a Republican admioiotra tionj: because thev have been whipped into Democratic part tracts fo long that they are cowed and don't daro to kick over,' or bee:u8e the priest tells them to fre so. The northern demagogues hdve maie use of the "solid outb," until the latter has tired of it. The...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 March 1877

LTURBAY, : ; : . r MARCH; 24 IHAiTTERS. IUesh oranges, figs and cocoanuts jiist .seceJved by J. Abegg, at the Yuma News Depot. A STKAM priinp and boiler of considera ble capacity lies on tha bank of the river awaiting transportation to tun Silver King mine. Concerts By tbe string Bm.d tit the Arizonu Brewery t'tis evening nt 8 o'clock. Ue Itiuunco. A commission of lunacy line been appli d tor by the Diet. Attorney to famine into tho sanity of M. Racheroacber. of tbis town. Getting Clone. Two chinamen arrived here an Thursday .night, who had walked the same day from the It. If ramps. The say thi; distance here frrm tin.-advanced camp is about 40 miles. KriclixfCut. A Mohave Indian, living with tho Yti oias wan found lying ou Gila St. Thursday evening, with his head b:dly rut open with a hatchet. The deed is is attributed to one of the Castle Dome Indians. Affray.. Last Sunday M. S. Beebe nnd J. W. .Johnson hod a diput as to work done an the Schultz mine by Bi-ebe. during which the la...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 24 March 1877

j he Sent El. b- TURD AY March 24 Cojolero A))Hrhci Ko. 2. II iMuU the -first thnig done af- tor the Mr;, of j a child, is for the; ii o'her to pinch up its nose, while j tlhesjime time her thumb is! preyed upward against the hard ! palate of the mouth, to make 'be vomer snd septum of the nose project. It may he well o remark here, that waking or sleeping, at rest or "n active exorcise, they treat he a), ogot her. through their TJvisirjh.thLSprotectinp their teeth from extremes of heat aud cold r nd guarding their lungi against .c?den drafts of cold air. The rrouth is large and wide, with I avy, expressionless lips; many I-Hve mouths very similar to thofc of Negioe.s. he chin is small. o't n peaked and retreating. The ears are small and set close to the head. Chpekbones are high and prominent, like those of other In .iians. filif te k of the skull is flattened and prolonged upward rom the child being fastened to a board on its back and kept i?i tha? position; in some eare3 this pecu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 March 1877

fNDEPKNDRN'T IN A L L THTNGS. &HHJTRAI, IN NOTHING. 1 vlOL. V. THE ARIZONA SEN TIN EL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ' BY fJhe Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. SubBcrlptlon. Ope Yor SB 00 Six Mjtntb 3 0(1 SiogisCopie J'-i Adverttalns;. One ftqiinre. mch inpertinn 2 50 Emib subsequent inner tion i 25 Contractu by the year or quarter nt re plied rates. A jqii&re cnnnietg of tea line of thie tee type. Job Priming. Legal HlaiikB, Brief, bill-Heads. Letter In nos.CirtuluM, Labe le.Cardn. Program ti f:,etc., printed in every style, witti neat i -m tud umpalcn. 1 ld& Currency taken at I'.ut when pa ti.ciil: art- made lti adVMice. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 31 1 KaT ill A STE K.SON . Attorney at Law. Office Row. Prescott, A. T. JmIv -ti PAUL uebek, .ttarney and Counselor at Law, Notary Public. Prescott, Arizona Territory. C W. C. ROWELL, Attorney and Counselor at Law SAT BN Ki CAL ViU it Will Attend t al! buMrt? int-ttfe to biui in iV'e CourU of Cs!iiorn;i hum AiiZu- jeJ0,lb7t-t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 March 1877

A I TRIM Y, : p r i : MARCB3I "V rt ? r " Co tn p-sn y , Several gentlemen, residentB of Ymmt h:in formedian incorpo rated eotnpanyfor the purpose-of) supplying the town with" water; liny have hcen granted a fran chise ly tdie viJiagre, by the terms- of w hich the company i&- to re ceive a sufficient' number of the village lota upon which to erect and huild reservoird,? and the necessary buildings and machin ery, the lots to be selected, within 30 d iyrt after the Southern Pacific Hail road Company Jiaa made its sflej:tion of the 1D0 .acres of unoc rupied kind granted it by the "Sage. To secure this franchise i --ipr company is required r ."!i4ely put down and ' i- 'in. operatfbm 400? yards of pipu a! is prohibited fro11 fixing its vr er.rAteS in excess. ot a protitofHO ea etftl&peV toor112 The village also reserves th"gbt to buy out at any time th work? and n c-s of thecp'upany- -sr. fitejprje to be hear " ...rnondej"and" encouraged i n.h.jtrftanrs of Yuma-,, as it will ben...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 March 1877

MARCH 31 iril fnol'n day to-morrow. Look out ! in.- DeFokksct Portkk I-ft her' n nesdaT to hold Com t in Maricopa 'Lasses at Redondn'n market. Non' nr Chiftcnn xnrghum utuff, but the n- y .'nr. tiilr invn cnne-julce. T-..R Tucson Citiyyu r,il!a Muricii a x. :.t is it'JSi If yoii will k" and tnl a ti at the AWZONA Bit WKKV you will what if in " Uc2Riinf' --'lojit-Jim. i here are at the ilice of Col Jam-s ?'. Barney tclrgranie fi r J. Lr Ward and J 6c:indler. Nollilng Hit' Leather. Tin? uNjrnenr Unfile $loon. formerly orvtrpVd i'y 1. Lyons, i about, to be op ened a a idioe ntore and harness shop. The 'and tdn'n oifTnureday pmducvd k ery spreeabio and purifj ins ect Kimn tbt" Jititi(Mpiitre, Itwas followed by a few 1 lit yexterdiiy, succeeded in the afternoon bv mnre. " Yuma snow-flakes. ' THE ftttjtf lorTtitvori left here-yesterday and will heueeforth leaie Li re every other tiny. The mail arriving from. San Dieco to-uav will lie over until to-uioriow. There arc oul) three piii ngvrs ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 31 March 1877

The Sentinel. PATTCIDAY r : March 31 oyotcro Apaches No. 3. T.ieyare, like most uncivilized peP!ei shrewd and cunning-to a great degree. Few of them know English but some of them under Htand much Spanish, having ac quired this language during their ruids into Mexico and from the Mexican captives, which they used to bring home frequently. They have always been warlike, h jving the Navajoes, Mexicans and other people as their natural and hereditary enemies. Booty obtained in raids constituted their p.;,.:. ; subsistence. Theirabil U tre vicissitudes of heat rcndeTfuh tv have vn'to march all day, 40 h, bareheaded under a e. sun. without food or v .ih a ve often been seei exposeo to a winter temperatur6j iar below ibe freezing point, ith nothing on lut a breech-clouf and a thin covering of calico Little children especially, are0ften seen Ktark naked in a: temperature be low fre .j sight is re markably keeV? this may be ac counted for by their constant use, out door life, and by the dark...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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