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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 12 May 1877

NEUTRAL IN NpTHjyO. VOL. VI. YUMA A. T.. SATURDAY MAY 12 1877. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. THE ARIZONA SEN LINEI PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY , 3 he Sentinel Publishing Co,, GEORGE TYNG, Editor. Subscription. One Year $5 00 Six Months 3 0U Single Copies.... 1'2 Advertising. One eqtinre, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion J 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this size type. Job Pi-lnHn?, Legal.Blanks .Briefs, Bill-Heads .Letter Beaas,Lirculars, Labels, Cards, Program mer, etc., printed m every style, with neat uess and dispatch. Currency taken at par when paj nieuts are wnae m advauce. TBE C0L0EAD0 COMMERCIAL. AND Land Company. SAMUEL PU.DY. Jr., Superintendent and Agent OFFICE Corner of Main street and Jonps Avenue. Residence Yuma. A. men iW-tf. J. SAMTER, CHEAP CASH STORE! Main Street, - - Yun a, Arizona Denier in General Merchandise. B EEPS on hand nnd in receiving with t Every Steamer a full and complete Assortment -...

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. — 12 May 1877

MAT; 12. Sood Opening for Hankers. Kb' piace West of the Rocky Mountains offers better induce ments, than Yumar as a field for the useof money in a legitimate banking business. Yuma stands at the very threshold of Arizona; through her streets will hence forth enter-men and goods destin ed for the interior; while the pro ducts of the Territory have prac tically no other outlet than the way past our doors.- The natural resourees-of Arizona are infinite 4ind inexhaustible; money only is scarce. The Valley of the Gila alone has agricultural resources enough to support a prosperous State: money is required to pro mote irrigating enterprises, to erect sugar-mills and cotton-gins, to stimulate planting, assist har vest and to move crops: its rich lands and their products afford the best of securities. Thousands of-tons of rich ores lie piled on dumps, inviting the help of capi tal for-their transportation or re duction.. Arizona Is bound to California- by a thousand ties of sym pathy, by t...

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. — 12 May 1877

Ufa j&nfind. SATURDAY, MAY 12. LOCAL MATTERS. CavaneSS' train left ou Monday .for tfie Silver King with the new mill. A BRILLIANT amethyst seal ring for $10 worth $30, at Uncle Harris', 702 Keai ny street, San Francisco. Shall send it to you. Dr. Loring lelt on Tuesday for a Short trip to California accompanied by his wife. TVe wish them a pleasant journey and speedy return, About 107,000 lbfe. Govt, freight arrived by railroad this week. A steamer went to Hanlon's ferry to receive it, thus giving Only three miles hauling to that place. Aldeii dried fruit at H. S. -Fitzgerald & Co'., cofner Main and Second streets. Hon. J.K. Luttrkll, M.C. from Cal ifornia, accompanied by Mrs. Luttrel and Judge James A. Stewart of the Supreme Court of Maryland.arrived on an excursion to visit our city. There are daily arrivals of tourists and pleasure seekers, and our hotel proprietors are increaoiug their ac commodations. ft. Ii. Hall, Esq., the distinguished capitalist, accompanied by his ...

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. — 12 May 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY : : : : Mav 12 Coyotero Apaches- IVo. tr. Vv hen nnt supplied with match es fire i8 readily obtained by rap raly twirling between the hands a sroaM; sticK or reed' so that a pounded blunt end with which it is provided' tnay rapidly revolve m a- cup shaped cavity made in another piece of wood to receive it. This cup shaped cavity has a groove extending to the edge of the-Btick and contains a few grains of sand to increase the friction. The process of tanning hides, as understood: by them, is a vpry simple and incomplete one. The implements used for this purpose are of the most rudimentary de scription, and the labor is perform ed by women. As before remarked the men are inveterate gamblers The games mostly indulged in for gratifying this propensity being "conquin" a game of eards somewhat like the game of casino, and also a game called by them "na-yus," which is played with a small wooden hoop and two long poles- There are tivo competitors in this game,each of ...

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. — 19 May 1877

i hi 1 1 i 1111)11 hi i i r in hi iiiiirimVifriinirmMMiatffliar " i) rttfiiTiBWiTir"'' W rirWniTi-fii1ffifif iNDEPENDENl1 IN ALTj things. NEtJTRAii' IN NOTHiNS-. YUMA A. T.. SATURDAY MAY 19 IS77. HO, & VOL, VL .-"' lT."y.' ,- " THE ARIZONA SENTINEL Published every Saturday b rJhe Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor". SnbUcflptlon. One Year 3 00 Six Mouths 3 00 Single Copies 12 AaVertlnlnc. One square, each insertion 2 50 Eiicb subsequent insertion 1 25 Coutracta by the year or quarter at re duced rates.' A square consists of ten lines of this ize type. Job Prl&Hirgr Legal Blanks , Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Ik-Mi6, Circulars, Labels, Cards, .Program u.e,etc., printed in every stylo, W'itti neut uekH and'uispatch. Currency taken AT vau when pa minis ate uiaue in advance. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. Land Company. SAMUEL FURDY, Jr.. Superintendent and Agent OFFICE Corner of Main street and -j.ne8-.Avenue. Residence Yuma, A. inch i2tvtf. J. SAAITEK, CHEAP CASH STORK! Main ...

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. — 19 May 1877

SATURDAY,"': MAY 19- "Tftat Military Monopoly." Our reference to the military monopoly of telegraphic news and communication between Yuma and California seems to have wor ried, the Arizona Star,, and it de votes one of its little columns to the above caption. It has heard of various kind of monopolies, but never of a military monoply. Where all telegraphic communi cation has- to pass over one wire, those who control that wire have monopoly; when it is controlled by the military it? becomes a ruili ttry monopoly, just as much as what theater calls a private tele graphic monopoly. A monopoly may be beneficial -or it may be abused. We have never hinted even that the-Military Telegraph line has not been beneficial to Ari zona, though we see no cause for the ranting gratitude of the Star. The-line "was built by the United States government and has been managed? by its- officers. Who is the United States government ? The people. Who-pays the mili tary? The people. If the employ edi have s...

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. — 19 May 1877

SATURDAY. MAY 19. LOCAL MATTERS. Iris reported that W. W. Standifer, U 8. Marshal, has resigned. An unredeemed carbuncle Seal Ring, bought in Scotland for 4 price $10, at Uncle Harris', 702 Kearny street, San Francisco. The many friends of C. W. C. Rowell have had an opportunity to testify their pleasure in meeting a former resident Mr. R. has been with us a week past. A camel strayed into .town yesterday and we bear of others at Mission Cnmp( Maricopa and various places. What has become of their keepers ? The herd seems to be disorganized. Col. A. H. Wands, of the New York Herald staff is passing a few days with us while deciding upon his itinerary for the Territory of wnich he will give a careful cud valuable description. MR. Fhv.MAKF.R, our tonBorinl artist, has fitted up bis establishment with neatness and comfort. We are glad to see that i.ot only himself but bis assistants are kept constantly busy; he deserves this continu ous patronage. Pesters are out announcing the arrival ...

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. — 19 May 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY r : : : May 19 VJoyotero- Apaches No-. 10. Diseases prevalent among them are principally rheumatism, diar rhoea, dysentery, catarrh-, oph taalSmajJmalariai fevers, &c. But iew cases of consumption (pRtfvms pulmonalis) or allied diseases as hydrocephalus, hip joint disease, tabes mesenterica &e;, have been observed by the writer. A most prevalent disease, and- one which causes much discomfort and' bad results, is opHthalania, existing in its most simpleae-well as its most 'virulent' form. These cases occur mostly in children and result from the irritation caused by smoke, uncleanliness and exposure to cold. This disease is caused by ;paint in many cases, the paint usedion the face getting: into the yes pacites and destruction of -'the cornea with consequent loss -of vision are the results in many neglected cases. The treatments disease is con ldedto what are called " De-jin," or medicine men.- These are gen eradiy old men who claim this honor by reason ...

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. — 26 May 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1877. NO. 7, INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY by 'J he Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. Subscription. One Year $r 00 fiix Mouths 3 00 Single Copies 12 Advertising. One aqunre. each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 'tio Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten lines of this fiizo t) pe. job Printing;. Legal Blanks , Briefs, Bill-Heads , Letter Heads, Circulars, Label, Card, Program u.es.etc, printed in every sty io, witti neat net. and unsputch. t-j?-Uurrouoy taken at I'au when pa lueuts aie innue in advauce. TEE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. Land Company. SAMUEL PUWDY, Jr.. Superintendent and Agent OFvICP: Corner -of Main ctrertand joiif Avejiue. Rkmimcnce Vuti.a. A man in-lt. J. SaMTEK, CHEAP CASH STORK! uinfctHtt, - - "Uu.:i. Aiizons Dealer in T EEPS on hand and is reviving with jEv'iy Steamer n full and complete Assortment or . Gen...

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. — 26 May 1877

MAY 26. Tlic Future of Arizona, It has been said that some men are born great, some achieve greatness while others have great ness thrustupon them. The same may be said of nations and of com munities, Arizona, bleak, rugged and mountainous to-day though she be, combines the true sources f greatness within herself and and the development of her re sources by energy and capital will force her into the front rank of importance. The policy of the "nation as indicated by the present administration is to assist the peo ple of the southern portion of the Union to recuperate their fallen fortunes and to start them upon a highroad to prosperity such as has never heretofore been opened up to them. The initial step which must sooner or later be taken is the opening up of railroad communicatons throughout th9 length and breadth of the South, in ducing emigration and establish ing close connection between the interior and the Atlantic and Pa cific oceans and the Gulf of Mexico.- To this end Gove...

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. — 26 May 1877

fa mm dentine!. SATURDAY, MAY 26 LOCAL MATTERS. Steamer leaves for Ehrenberg. to day another for Fort Mohave nnd up river ports on Wednesday next, the 30th. Save the seeds of the apricots, cherries, plums, &c.,you eat, plant some; there will soon be purchasers for the young plants Our fellow townsman, Mr. Lyons, has our sympathy, with that of hit many friends, in the loss of his only child by pneumonia on Sunday last. Col. Mason is at Florence receiving milling machinery for the Silver Bel! mine where each day brings forth richer and still more rich discoveries. HENRY Fox was brought in on the stage on Monday. A commission "de lu nntico mquirendo," consisting pf Drs. Thomas and DeCorse was appointed. It is supposed to be a case of confirmed in sanity. Rpnd for one of inv S40 eold American Watches. Uncle Harris, 702 Keantv street, San Francisco. We learn from the Silver Queen mine that the ore becomes richer as the shaft deepenc and the vein continues widening. Machinery shortly ...

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. — 26 May 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY May 26. Uoyotcro Apnclies No. 11. The religious belief of these In dians is similar to the well known religion of most Indians. It is he Heved that there are two trails af ter deathone for the good and virtuous leading to the happy hunting grounds, the other lor the wicked leading to a pit of boil-! ing water into which the traveler steps unconsciously when.all there after is oblivion.. TheiB superstitions are many and of the most absurd nature. A few are herewith given. Lightning is never spoken of among them, bears are held in great dread and are not even mentioned, even though a bear hunt may be in prospect among them, snakes are considered as sacred and are never killed. A medicine man will sometimes capture a rattlesnake and bring it into a village, the by. standers look at it and say " good, good and allow it to crawl away unmolested.. Dogs are held in great esteem and it is owing to this fact that there are such packs of wolfish repulsive looking curs f...

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. — 2 June 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1877. NO. 8. VOL. VI. THE ARIZONA SENTINEL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY rJhe Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. Subscription. One Year 00 Six Months H 00 Single Copies Advertising. One square, each insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion I 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of tou lines of this Bixu type. Job Printing. Legal Blanks , Briefs, Bill-Heads. Letter Beacs.Lircuiais. Labels, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every stylu, with ueut nets and uisphtch. "Currency taken AT VAll when pnj men to tue made in tiilviince. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. AND Land Company. 8AMUEL PURDY. Jr.. Superintendent and Agent OFFICE Corner of Main street and junta Avenue. Residence Yuma, A. J. SAMTER, CHEAP CASH STOKE! Uniu Etrttt, - - Yuma, Arizona Dealer in General 3lerch:snlise. KEEPS on hand and in receiving with Ever. Steamer a full and complete ?lssorh)ienl OF Ge?iera...

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. — 2 June 1877

SATURDAY, : ; JUNE 2 Home Again. After au exceedingly pleasant month's trip through Mohave and Yavapai counties the Sentinel editor is asrain at home, ready to tell his fellow-citizens all he learned of the wonderful resources of that country and to inform the Sentinel's northern friends of the great changes occurring here at Yuma. Our notes on Mohave county have gone astray in the peculiar mails, that afflict that county, and we trust our readers will' accept in their place such recollections of that part of the Territory as from time to time come to- mind. A valued friend, who- was to have taken charge of the paper during the editor's ab senee, has been at death's dooi with sickness, and the lastnum bers of the Sentinel have beer gotten out by the volunteered ser vices of willing friends. The littk Star of Tucsou has been given i notoriety through our column. that has brought it nearei t( "fame" than it will ever get again. Our democratic fiiend. the San Diego JVeics, has beeii sc...

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. — 2 June 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. Twentv-four car loads of men, tools etc., were dispatched last Friday evening from Colorado Station to go to work on the direct line from Bantas to San Fran cisco. This new line will materially shorten the distance to S. F. and avoids the heavy gradps and long detonrs of the present route through the Livermore Pass E. E. Hewitt Esq. is a busy man, but h pleasant one to know, and one with Whom Ariioha will now have much to do, He is Asst. Supt. of the S. P 11. R, and has charge of the Division extending from Mohave Station, near Tehatchepl, to Yuma and embracing the Wilmington and San Diego branch. SNKAK TtllEF. Last Friday night the boys at the stage corral were despoiled of some of their clothing and valuables. The thief got away with several pairs of pants and a watch or two, taken from under the leeping owners' heads. Camels. One of the lost camels has been on free exhibition in a corial op posite Lorette's Btore. lie possesses no beauty we have not heard his voice...

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. — 2 June 1877

The Sentinel. SATURDAY : : : j. June 2 Coyotero Apaclicn No; 12. The characteristics of. a few of 'the prominent men may be of in terest. Es-quet-es-ehi la was once a popular and powerful chief, but is-now old and deerepid. He ac companied Gen. Howard to Wash ington some years ago, and takes great pride in showing a bible, an autograph letter and a photograph given him by the General. Pa-ton "was appointed head chief by Gen. Crook, a few years- ago. He is about thirty years of age, small, delicately formed and effeminate looking. He has great decision of character and has been noted from his-boyhood for bravery and coolness in danger. He is well disposed and. demonstrates his loyalty by the assistance which he renders in managing his peo ple in consonance with the wish es of Government. Pedro, his brother, ischief of a.sub tribe and is one of the most intelligent In dians on the reservation. He is reliable, industrious and regarded as the richest man among, them. He cultivates a lar...

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. — 9 June 1877

-Arizona INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1877. NO, 9. the Arizona sentinel PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY 'J he. Sentinel Publishing Co., GEORGE TYNG, Editor. Subscription. One Year $5 00 -SfrtirinttiB 3 00 KitipIa Onnips ......... 12 Advertising:. One square, each insertion $2 50 Encb subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. A square consists of ten hoes of this aiie type. Job Frlutlnc. Legal Blanks cBriefs, Bill-Heads, Letter HjgiTiVCirtulttrstLobelB, Cards, Program mes, etc., printed in every style, with neut nets and dispatch. lyCurrency taken AT PAit when pa) meiits are made in advance. THE COLORADO COMMERCIAL. A A' D Land Company. SAMUEL PURDY. Jr.. Superintendent and Agent OFFICE Corner of Main tre r and jh ATenue. Residence Yuma. A. ruch 23-tf. J. SAMTER, CHEAP CASH STOKE! limn Street. - - Yuma. Arizona Dealer in Ceoeral AEerchaiitilKe. KEEPS on hand and i receiving vtitl Every Steamer ...

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. — 9 June 1877

r "T " BATURDXy, : ; : : : JUA'E 91 Aa Airlxona View of the Army mand of Indian troops would af ford good practice, and for toura of this duty the most meritorious cadets only should be detailed. The la3t Congress substantially expressed the sentiment of the American pWpIe in his, that, by refusing appropriations for main taining the army, it indicated that we do not longer consider tbte regular army necessary. W e are at peace with the world, and intend to remain so. The Revo lution, the war of 1812, that with Mexico, and the Kebellionj have all shown that our citizens volun teer readily to defend their coun try and the honor of their flag. The Indians all over the country are so thoroughly whippdd' that no general Indian' war is again possible". Experience has shown, in' the subjugation of the Apaches and of the Sioux, that hostile In dians aro most easily whipped by Indian allies; that for such desul tory warfare these allies make the most effective troops. Settlement of the fron...

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. — 9 June 1877

O1" SATURDAY, : ; : . : JUNE 9 . - T LOCAL MATTERS. Ice at the Arirona Brewery. The man who starts an ice factory here will make a fortune. Go to the Philadelphia Lager Bee? Depot for an ice cold glasB of beer. Mr- A. J. I Holmes has bonded the Peacock mine, Peek district. Babbit Metal for Sale. Old type at Sentinel office. Lumber of all kinds for sale by D. Neahr. Feople cannot understand hoio soap and candles are sold so cheap at H. S. Fitzgerald & Co.'s. A Hack is needed here now. A good one would do well. Cyrus Noble's whiskey is for sale at H. S. Fitzgerald & Co's. None better comes here. Chickens, eggs, nice fresh butter and other delicacies are being received by rail at Smith's market. A. Lorette received anew assortment of dry goods this week by rail. Fresh eggs 30c per dozen. Democratic primaries are expected to-day in Yavapai County. The mouse will run out next Saturday. David Meacham, opposite Loretto's, has a good two-borse team with which he hauls freight from t...

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. — 9 June 1877

The Sentinel. (SATURDAY June 9 Tito Railroad Depotn. On Saturday, night Col. Gray liad a i;onference with the City Council in regard to securing:, for the site of passenger and freight depots, the four lots diagonally opposite the Court House and be longing to C. H. Brinley, Geo. Thurlow, A. Tyner and D. Neahr Ufte railroad- Co. offer equal amounts of their lands in- ex change for these lots, in case the owners prefer exchange to sale, A committee was appointed negotiate with the owners and the matter has been arranged sat isfaetorily. to all concerned. Be pair and machine shopsj round houses dec. will be built on the company's lands out by the Gila slough beyond the slaughter house. Passenger depots would olsr have been built out there had the above arrangement not been made. Opposite the Court House the line of theroad diverg es from thai of Madison avenue und strikes across to the head of Gila st. near the slough. A large shed will b6 erected from the end of the bridge on Madison...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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