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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 April 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTFTING-. VOL. V. YTJMA A. T.. SATURDAY. APRIL 7, 1877. NO. 52. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. THE ARIZONA SEN UN EL PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY BY 'J he Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNO, Editor. Subscription. On Year $5 00 Sir Months ? 3 00 Single Copies 12 AdYCi-tUlag. One square, aoh insertion $2 f0 Each subsequent insertion J Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ton lines of this lie type. Frlntluff. Legal Blanks, Uriel's, Bill-Heads. Letter Heads.Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program UR'8,etc.. printed iu every style, witfi neut nesa and dispatch. E Currency taken at l'Ait when pa) uieiit are made in Advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. All AT ftlASTJKIl&OiV Attorney at Law. v)8ict) Kow, Prescutt, A. T. July b-ti i'AUL MJ3BEK, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Rotary Public. Piescott, Arizona Territory. C. W. C. ROW ELL, jnwiuii-unfl f,l;:v",!:,r lit AjftvT" hAK BElcJSMiDINO. L Will rttteud t all tuMn-8.-i intrusted to turn in Uo Court of Oalrf...

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. — 7 April 1877

MIR1UY. APRIL 7 Circum rsnce3 have placed this P'nlldivtn ui command of the i)epM tment of Arisona. His acta in tnat e.ipwty aro fair subjects cf"jritj(i-m : to this no one can ju-tiv ol ject. Vv hen he, or any other man. allow himself to at U k or snter at other men's mo tivw i ubiiciy and in print, then I turns over his personal eharae to the jubiic, to be made a ot tail i f, if n chooses. This he ..s flone. W e ar tnld tht fpn nd of men, that he made a good arrtooid and are asked what Sd utfninst him. ThesoclHl s fj, vjuutmportant: we ver generals don't car a fi tor us, and when we are at t.s& mi uarlnti'f now -1 r an rait?. His war-record is a-' right; the United State's educated him fight and then hired him to to hiA ? What we have against him, is this; and it will always re sui. ixt'iieu ana anxious ior ineir j l!'(.rd protection and prevent artntr tiouusneu, wniie ine puo ic mind v,as thus agitated and iiatressed, this sociable warrior uitr rf-rord ipIpe-rHnhpd tn a .. - ...

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. — 7 April 1877

f TURDAY, APRIL ' LOCAL ItlATTEKS. Ambulance for sale at George Martin's drug store. Said to bo first-class. BLfv glass will cure a dog of hydropho bia. Pound fine and mix with hi food. Hon. II. 8. Stkvhks, our delegate to Congress, is reported due here in Arizona UK1"" by the end of this month. As much enjoyment, for the money, at the Arizona Bkkwf.uy, as at the Min strel!'. The best ot beer, and every tning agreeable. Uncle IIakkis the celebrated pioneer money Lender has been established in San Francisco' since 1851 at No. 702 and 704 Kearnv Street.. Tllir.os at the McCraeken mine must be improving. Kimble Bros, and other mer chants then? have heavy shipments of goods by thia steamer. EB Brick-yard. Parlies here have been looking this week fur a aiiitnble bricl'-yard. They under, stand their business, know there is money in it and will soon have bricks to sell. Sew Bluokamilli Shop. J&T)an Donaldson ha been at work this week in Capron's building next to Martin's drug storjt? D...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 7 April 1877

The Sintinel. SATURDAY April 7. t'oyotoro A aches No. -1. Hostile movements are general ly conducted on foot, the march ing bein done in day time, as these Indians have superstitious fears of the appearance of witches or spirits of the dead in the dark. j ney nave some noraes, oui, inua bad treatment and hard riding they are generally too weak and puny to be relied on. They fight in ambnscade and under cover, though it is said, that, when con tending with Navajoes or Mexi cans, they meet them in open fight, as they do not fear them. When they have been successful in capturing much stock or booty, they are more Tearless and march day or uife-ht. Oidinarily, in mov ing about at night, they carry torches made of eedar bark. Jn fighting an open battle they ehgtfe with their lances, yelling as xbr-; ' - A'ter the first tMarge crete themselve3 ami fiSnt n ' ver. They e 8ai(i to ztt j ijiucers, who have " n ied friendly detach men tn . kh.g war upon rc neades r r r " " bands Horses capture...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 April 1877

jpcttfiiift INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. YXJMA A. T.. SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1877. NO. I VOL. VI. the Arizona sentinelI PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY BY 'Jie Sentinel Publishing Co., GE0P.G3 TYNO. Editor. gxifcterlptten. 8isiiontb. a 00 Stagl Copies 2 ' A&x'rtMnw rOnn square, each insertion....... 2 50 ftaCu SUDseqiirui iii.cr nu.... .... Contracts by the year or quarter it re duced rates. A iqrare caniiiU of ten Iinei of this iie typ. Jofe PriaflMC. Li-fM Blanks. Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter iirsus.Lirculars, Labels, Cards. Program ti e,-tc , printed in ever) style, with neat am iuil uispatch. JST Currency taken at HA It when pa) a4 i;t af made in tince. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Ml It AT MATEKSON. Attorney at Law. , Offics Row, PrescoU, A. T. ly fc-n f ; PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Ko(ary Public. rmseoti, Arizona Territory. C. W. O. ROW ELL, -Attorney and Counselor at Law, . BERNARDINO. CAL. tVill attend to all .business intruated ti' irnti in the Courts of Ca...

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. — 14 April 1877

ffihSBSHWL Sentinel. hA'lUKDAY, : ; : : : APRIL j4. " itfillroad CoWalfr;- The Soul hern Pacific JR. R. Co. has been dealing very liberally with emigrants,- charging them but ten dollars from San Francisco to Los Angeles. If they extend that liberality, and we think they will, to emigrants to Arizona, we fhallaoou fed the benefits of it in increased population; -80,000. head of sheep are said to be held imeadiness to ship by rail to-Ari zona, hs soon as the road gets near the river. Twenty;&ve cents per head will be charged for trans- por t i n gtftemaer6s8- tlie-'Gal i forrifa Desert; cheap- enough. Many things have delayed-the R. R. iu reaching the river. Several hun dred feet of trestle work had to be built, the other side of Mam moth -Tanks and the timbers could not be got to. the front fast onoutrh : then the accident; near. Dos Palmas last Saturday bother ed them. Part of a long train of fifty odd cars, loaded with con struction 'material , got loose on a long grade s-it. ...

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. — 14 April 1877

mm Sentinel. 8ATURDAY, APRIL 14. LOCAL MATTERS. SME of our advertisements to day will interest contractor. The daily Miner looks very thrifty in jU enlarged form. Good paper. Quite a bnnd of cattle crossed the ferry here oh Monday, bound tor tne good grat-s of Pima county. JnMN Cadv, at the' Capitol Restaunant, it supplying families here in town with bread 01 a qiKy that cannot oe surpassed ; Judge Portek left Phoenix for Yuma, via Agua Caliente ranr-b, on.-Wednesday morning and will be here on Tuesday next The celebrated Ghirardelli cottee, in pRper iind in tins.-is told-by- Monteverde & Gondolfo at the same price charged elsb -where for common ground coffee. Pablo Cervantes came down from Castle Dome this week and was pnid ofi tor work in the Arkansaw mine, He got over $1700. Nice stake for the Hidalgo Chance for our hnsh factories see ndvertifement for proposals to board pris oner. Tlie house that gets it will never liave bread pudding, nor will its soups be e rich. THE sands...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 14 April 1877

a The Sentinel. 8ATURDAY April 14 Coyotero A parties. No. 5. It is not nil uncommon thing' fmong thMD for offences of every kind, even of murder, to be con doned or pardoned, upon the of fender paying the sufferer or hh reliitioiss a certain number of hordes, cattle or other property, the amount and kind of which Hre fettled by the council. After euch payment the offender is readmitted to all of his social and other rights. The same princi ple is carried out in case ol acci dents resulting in the loss of life; here the party, causing the acci dent, is expected to make, good to the survivors of the deseased his lohs. A striking example oc curred at this Post (Camp Apache ) An army officer, while out hunt- ing. accidentally shot and killed nn Indian, with whom he was in friendly converse at the time. VortunStely there were other In dians present, who comprehended ilie acccident and witnessed the fficer's conduct in trying to save the man's life, and also in getting the body back to th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 April 1877

use- . . INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL JN NO'iHING, VOL. VI. YUMA A. T., SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1877- NO. 2. TEE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . BV IheSentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. Subscription. One Ypw $5 00 Six Months 3 00 8inj;le Conies J2 Advertising. Oneeqtmre, encb insertion 2 50 Ercd subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of tbis iz3 type. Job Printing. Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Hernia. Letter llrBUs.CiriulhrHi Labelx, Curds, Program tut-. etc.. printed in every style, with ueat toess and utspntch. BCurreucy taken at yak when puj uieutn are inude in advance. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SI t It AT ftl ASTJ2 iiSON . Attorney at Law. Office Row. Preseott, A. T. July 8-ti PAUL V.EBEiC, Attorney and Counselor at Lawi Notary Public. 5 Preicott, Arizona Territory. C. W. C. HOWELL, Attorney and Counselor at Law, SAN BERNARDINO. CAL. Will nttend to all business intrusted to tiiui in the Courts...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 April 1877

Shi jfenfind. SATURDAY, APRIL 21. New Volume With our last uumber the Sen tinel, tntered upon' a new vol ume. For five y fears its fortunes and character have been as varied a tno&e of all frontier journals; but the sixth year opens brightly and promises for it a future, if not of wealth, at least of security from attachment for debt. Its circula tion is steadily increasing and its value as an advertising medium is becoming appreciated. It was started here and continued under many embarrassments by, &. A. Gordon, ilollowed by U. hi Minor and W. J, Berry, until htst New Year's day when it passed into the hands of the present editor. Durintr all these' five year the Skxtixel has been sustained by a emaller population of reading Americans than any paper ever before depended on for existence. The people of Yuma, are entitled to infinite credit for the liberality and fidelity with which they have supported their local paper. The Sentinel recognizes the obliga tion ah'd will disch...

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. — 21 April 1877

site anuria fltttnti. ATURDAY. : APK1L 2! LOCAL HATTEKS. JULIUS.SAJITER ha been ihakiug im provement in his store, to keep pace with increase of business. The smoke of tbfe locomotive oti the inesa this eide of the' Carea-Miichacbo mountain is now daily visible from any of the hills in town. C, W. C. Howell. Esq.. has been nued for sb'the $2200 unpaid wages, claimed by Employe- We learn that -'.his train ha been attached. Other suits are About to k commenced. Mr. O. F. Townend has been temporn-lj Hly appointed freight clerk to the C. S. N. Co., to fill the vacancy cau-ed by rr signa tion of F. O. Mills. We hope the appoint ment may'be permanent. bin., dko. E. Gray, of the S P. R. U. $ our thnnks for San Francisco evening papers, delivered here inside of 4d hours after their issue. Already tate we the first fruit of railroad 'connection. TilF.hEare two kinds of porter iH this town Jud(6 Porter and the porter for kale at the Arixoua Brewery. If you want b take it "all and alf," you" p...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 April 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY April 21 :ootero Apnclies No. 6. Marriage among blood relations is never practised. Women al most without exception marry at tcome time or other, a spinster be ing a rara avis. Men also, as a rule marry, there being few old: bachelors among them. These facts may be attributed to- the small amount of worldly goods required to keep house an&to the scant amount of food and clothing necessary to support a family. A most remarkable custom observed among them, is the relation be tween man and his m'ner in law. He is never. ;nlced at or addressed by her. Their paths lie entirely apart and, should she see him approaching her by acci dent she covers her eyes. Should the- wife die, the mother-in-law still keeps up this avoidance, un til perchance he marries into a family other than her own. A man's- father-in-law avoids him as1 much as possible and never ac cepts anything at his hands, but the non-intercourse is not as rigid, as in the case of the mother-in-la The w...

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. — 28 April 1877

NEUTRAL IN NO'J H IN fx. VOL. VI. YUMA A. T.. SATURDAY APRIL 28, 1877 no. a INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY fJhe Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYKG, Editor. Subscription. On Year... 5 00 Six Month . : 00 JSinle Ctpif..i 12 Advcrtlalnc One nqunre, ench insertion $2 SI) Encb Mubnoqucnt inner tinn 1 25 Contract by the year or quarter nt re duced rotes, A square consists of ton lines of this ize type. , Job Printing. Legal Blanks , Briefn, Bill-Heads. Letter licadB, Circular, Labels, Cards, Program me, etc., printed in every style, with neat (lens and niepatcu. 'Currency taken AT t'Ait when pa UitiU tiiv umcle iu advance. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. a a d land Company. 8AM UEL PUHDY, Jr., buperintendeiit nud Agent OFvICE Corner of Main street and jours X venue. RutflDENCK Yuma, A. inch 2-lf. J. SAA1TEK, CHEAP CASH STOKE! jiin Strut, - . - Yuuia, Arizona De!er in 7 FKPS on hand and i rereivtnu witl- TahT Mr ieMinr h lull Mul ;nuil te 'zlsxorhnen...

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. — 28 April 1877

SATURDAY, : ; :: r : APRIL 2-. Put upor Shut up. For several weeks the Stan ( paper published ill Tucaon ) ha. been makings serious charges, more or- less direct, against Gov. Buffocdi It has impeached In veracity, his honesty aud the le , gUity. of his official acts. Now .. .6qv, Safford must be neither more nor less amenable to.- the- laws oi this-Territory, than. any other ci-' UzenJiiiit. I he was a General, there; would be ho u?e in trying tO'pUMish him for offences charg ed by mere-civilians; he would be courtinfrlt&le"'d by a number of his fellovs, who see so little truth in the army, that they cannot be leivs any exists outside of itj.elv.i ' Han: witnesses would be laughed at and the accused promptly ac quitted. For misrepresentation our laws pro vide no punishment: If they did, what would be done to the S&w?. But our code takes ample cognizance of private dis honesty and of official misdemea-noc- 'Oiie of the proprietors of the Stuv was "removed by Gov. Safford fro...

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. — 28 April 1877

SATURDAY,,. J : APRIL "24. JlMr. B. D. Jones hiii gone to California for a new Jot of " attractions 'r to his b:i loon. CHA8. V. Bkski.kk. a mining expert, hna interviewed the Picucho mine, aim reports very favorably on it BKL.KI and Juhi.B-in are reported to have made ' new and gt od finri of lend ore near their old works at Castle Dome. TlIC ear have been in sight this week front several part of town. Mexicans aim Indiana have, contemplated the novelty Willi. UiU:ll interest. G oge Mill till li "in receipt of n stuck of fresh medicines by laet tenmert all pui r.based from the best- houses Mid guarran teed geatain '"' T.KX' new warrior arrived by stamei in clj'ir ojieut. Wood fvorabfy knowi', on the fivr.- je-was for long tiiue 8ta tiohe'd at Mohave QUK-iioteU- nna doing a good business : thVCdloradif Well'filled the Grand build ing V''new room, besides filling a rew of cottages acroi th; itrre't. Bt'CUHAitT, Fredhy's former partner. ha recovered a judgment of $:l(50U against Meyer...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 April 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY April 2 oyotcro Apachca N-o. 7. The women wear a short tunic, with long or short sleeves, and made like an ordinary chemise. The skirts of this are usually con fined at the waist by the band of a skirt, which reaches to just be low the knees; a blanket is also worn in winter. The married women wP8r nothing in summer, but the skirt from waist to knees; and even in winter they may be seen v ith only a peice of unblea ched cotton thrown over one shoulder and fastened beneath the opposite arm, leaving the Hhoalder and that side of the chest bare. These garments are made of buckskin or of cheap prints and unbleached cotton bought from traders. The unclean, soiled con dition of the women's clothing gives them a mostj repulsive ap pearance. The men wear few or naments, these consisting of neck laces of beads, .leather bracelets adorned with percussion gun caps, particolored cloth on their hats or heads and possibly a string of beads in the ears. Occasionally a man, w...

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. — 5 May 1877

?hc 5rnlinrl. tizuita INDEPRNDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA A. T.. SATURDAY MAY 5 1877. ' NO. 4. ' . , 1 I I THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED: EVERY SATURDAY BT The Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. fcaerlptUa. One Tear $5 00 Six Mouths 3 00 Mingle Coj sea 12 AYrtlslaa;. Oae tqnare, -eaeh insertioB.......92 50 Each subsequent insertion. 1 25 Contracts by the jrear or quarter at re duced rates. A squsra eoniista ef ten hnei of this ! tJDO. Printing;. ' Legal Blanks .Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter IJeaos.Circulars, Labels, Cards, Program ttici.elc, printed iu orery style, with uent a est and aispatob. QTCurreuoy taken at pah wheu pa axeuts ate made iu advance. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. A it D Land Companj. 8AMUEL PURDY. Jr., Superintendent and Agent OFJCE Corner f Main strei'tand Jean Arenae. Kkhiijknck Yuma. A men 'J15-W. J. SAMTEK, CHEAP CASH STOKE! Mais Strrct, - Yun.a, Ariiuna Dealer in 7 oeerl rtierctriasaific. "7" EKPS on bund tA it ropr-ivjiig vith -...

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. — 5 May 1877

Site $sm j&nfineL SATURDAY, MAY 5 Hardy and Yuma. Here is what the Miner says on that gentleman's authority : Captain Wm. H. Hardy, who was elected member of Congress from Arizona at the last election, anxj didn't4jet his seat, arrived in town yesterday direct? from' Wash- inRlOU auu' wie Jaai jui. uaiuj, who-is well posted in railroad af fairs,, is confident that it is the intention, soon, of the Southern Pacific Roil road Company to com mence another line, from Dos Pal mis or thereabouts, and run directly to the- Needles, on the Colorado, where they will cross and thence continue- their road along1 through Arizona on the 35th parallel. This has always been air. Hardy's opinion, and one which he still adheres to. As he is intimately acquainted with the owners of the S. P. R. R., and has recently consulted with them, therefore knows what he is talk ing about. It is not mere rumor that he has-heard, but has seen the elephant himself. The Sentinel hopes sincerely, that Capt. Hardy...

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. — 5 May 1877

MAY 5 LOCAL MATTERS. I have a beautiful topaz seal ring for 8 worth 25. Uncle Harris, 702 Kear ny St., San Francisco. Send for it. James. M. Barney sent out by Geo. Field's train over 40,000 pounds of freight for Tucson, on Wednesday last. The building formerly occupied as a Mexican dance house has been converted into a Chinese gambling house. Beware the dorg .' Dr. LnniNR has received fresh vaccine. We do not fear the disease it prevents, bnt owing to the immense concourse of tran sient travelers, we would advise an ounce of prevention. A Chinaman was arrested on Tuesday at a gambling saloon charged with grab bing the funds of the bank. $300 disap peared funda retnrned and fine of $40 paid. J. M. Barney has again opeied his re tail department. It happened on Tuesday last. The corner is quite lively now, and is becoming the business center of our eity. We have strawberries, oranges, apples, &c, delivered fresh daily, chiefly from Riverside, 8an Bemaardjua county, Mr. North keeps...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 May 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY May 5" ;oytara- Apaekcs No. 8. The food used by these people is both- animal and vegetable. Their animal food ie principally beef, venison, wild-turkey, and the flesh of the horse, goat, mule and Jackass, The young, of the latter are esteemed a delicacy. The flesh of many smaller animals fa also used, such as the various small birds, the rabbity. rat,. squir rel tc. Fish is never eaten aa it is considered unolean, A rever ence which is-entertained for dogs prevents their flesh- from becom ing a staple. Vegetable food-consists of corn, wheat, eeed; of many graase&and flowers, acorns, pinon nut&v fruit of many species of cactif uuch as datttr pitaya and tuna, pumpkins, melons, greens of vari ous kinds, mushrooms Ac. Ani-r mal food is generally prepared for eating either by boiling or roast ing. The latter process is usually aeeeniplished by placingithe meat In the fire or. holding it over the Are, fastened to a stick. Animal feod, such as beef and veniso...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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