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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 August 1877

NEUTRAL tN NOTHING; VOL. VI. YUMA. A. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1877. fro. id. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. The Arizona Sentiriel-. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. bEORGE TYNC, - - - Editor AXD GENERAL BCSIXESS AGENT. Silsex'iiti02i i One 3ear. . . v ;..;:?5 00 Six months., n . 3 00 feinle coi)ies...i ...i 12 .AxLvex'tisins i t)ne inch, each insertion 50 Each subsequent insertion :1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re 'dueed rates. Job JPrin tlrt? : Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Hcads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with iieatness and dispatch. SSPCurrency taken at par. X). W. Craxe, Agent, 420 lontgomcry St., San Francisco. oisse, 'Gila Street, Yiunai Next door to the Colbrado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at all hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, antl will find in nry house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress. JOHN...

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. — 25 August 1877

0"NTA SENTINEL. PAT, AUGUST 2.5. beat at Yuma Official Ficures. 'h rough the courtesy of the server in charge of the station ire of the United States Signal tce we are able to present a facts which are of interest, showing the actual tempera- re here, as officially recorded by trained observer, taking it from loroughly tested and accurate istruments. The figures given re taken from the observations lade daily at two o'clock p. m., hich is generally the hottest o.irt of the day. From June 9th to August ISth, inclusive, the av erage thermometer was 105. The hig'r.est degree of heat recorded isSuramerwas 144, June 12th, iph'was the only time the mer- rose that high. The next est degree was 113, July 13tli ; three occasions 112 was re , The average was 105. tlT sliitfiri hero that litest weather we have had Ina this season occurred dur- last three weeks of June. e the ugures, recorueu curing that period, at two from both dry and wet. thermometers. The value wet bulb figures will be ex- ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 August 1877

i Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : : AUGUST 25. "LOCAL MA.TTEKS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. Wool keeps on coming in from Uie in. rior. Nearly 50 bales went forward by rail to-day. Over 2000 old army hats are to be sold at auction at Yuma Depot, September 1, at 11 o'clock a. m. TnE Cjcopah sailed August 20th for FJ Dorado Canyon and way landings. We did not get her freight list. Three of the Carga Muchacho mines :rc reported sold by Van Arsdale & Co, ?o a Mr. Ogilby. Terms private. Loud & Williams' train arrived Jlon lay, followed later by Appel's train. jFreights are light here just now. No dak has yet been fixed for sailing of the next steamboat up river, owing to the limited amount of freight on hand. IFor Sale. A Tilton &' McFarland safe (1600 pounds) with inside doors and combination lock. Hauug been in use, it will be sold very cheap. It is in perfect order. Apply to George Tyng, Yttma, A. T. Xolicc. I will be absent from Yuma for a short time....

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 25 August 1877

I ;oa Sentinel. PAY, : : : : : AUGUST 25. idiaii Policy to be Cliansctl. "le in "Washington lately, R3on. Mr. Mills, one of the rjission sent to treat for the li of Sitting Bull, fuHy ex pel to President Hayes the Kmn system of dealing with ins The President express- s intention of adopting a si ine of policy, which would he man'jreinent of the out- w experienced army officers Jo a way altogether witn s. The Canadian Indians of jrth west are fiercely jealous S advent of the hostile Sioux, ; is feared may at any time war upon them. It is ex-- that the new policy toward, dians about to be adopted lesident Hayes will bring Ithe withdrawal of the Amt Indians from Canadian ter- idelDhia. August lo. The brs and stockholders of the Pacific R. II. met to-day. Annual reports showed that lies of trade had neen com ; receipts S2,381,97G; profiis Ho. unaer ine aujusimeiiL 3,000 50 of indebtedness of liforniu and Texas Railway fy SS4,7u9.11 had been sat ' July :2il,'1877, and, on , tho liabilili...

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

scnlinc! NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1877. rtO. 21. VOL. VI. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORCE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. " Siibscx'lption : One year ?5 00 Six mouths 3 00 Single copies 12 A.d.vertlslng : . One inch, each insertion $2 i0 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Jol) Printing; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards," Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. JSPCurrcncy taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 420 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Forrest House. Gila. Street, Yuma. Nezt door to the Colorado Hotel. Boar 1 Avith or without rooms. Meals at all hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and willlind in my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress. JOHN GIULIANI, Dea...

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. — 1 September 1877

JEIIZONA SENTINEL. SATURDAY, : : : : SEPTEMBER 1. Postal Agent Take Xotice. Los Angeles Express pub- ter fronx Mineral Park g of the manner in mails are carried from. hrenberg to Mohave county. rhat mail is carried on horseback y A. Frank, who took the con tract nearly four vears aero at a ice which requires the most pru mt management to avoid loss, t that time the Hualpai Indians riven.nearly everyone out of ,ve county; its mails were , light and easily carried a light ridexon one animal. en-pexTce, mining develop- ua tlje occupation of farms bck ranches have increased pulafionof that county enor- ly; s people subscribe liber r ne'spapers,and would do it lmorf freely could they receive em wth any sort 01 certainty or i .. . . ... lasty. Its mails of any one Aveefe.now weigh more than did nails of any six months of five vears ago. The only now carried into it are a Weekly horseback affair run escott by Stewart and Pier- l the semi-weekly one car- bin Ehrenberg by A. Frank. rmer are ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 September 1877

4ft WLkizona Sentinel. 'PlEL SATURDAY, LOCAL IVXA-TTERS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. The new bakery on First street is nearly finished. Sevekal new saloons and fruit stores have been opened this week, J. L. Smitix is putting up quite a large house on Gila street, near the Colorado Hotel. William Burke is building a tine dwell ing on Main street, opposite tiie Yuma Exchange. Mr. Welcome returned from a trip to the Picacho mines and reports all things work ing satisfactorily There will be sold at auction at the Government depot to-day, at ten, a lot of uniform hats, also a lot of hospital stores Fok fresh butter, eggs, vegetables and choice fruit go to A. M. Janes & Co's. at the postoflice. Goods received fresh every day. W. A. Wenninger leave to-day for Eh renberg and vicinity in the capacity of tax collector. We wish him success and a safe return. Mr. Luis Raggio has tendered his resig nation of the office of constable at Yuma to the Board of Supervisors. Good ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 September 1877

t T i I i - Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. The Future of Gold. The strongest argument that has yet been advanced-against the universal establishment of the single gold money standard has just been given to the public by Herr Edward Suess, Professor of Geology at the University of "Vienna, in a book entitled. "The Future of Gold." The author is no mere dabbler in finance, aud brings with his remarkable work upon this important subject, the "weight of a brillant record in scien tific researches as a geologist, and mineralogist. We have not yet been able to secure a copy of the book, but find in a late number of the New York Tribune a review of the work, which gives many of the essential points advanced by the learned Prof essor. Herr Suess asserts positively that the total production of gold from the re motest epoch known to the pre sent time, has not been great enough to warrant the adoption of the single gold standard gen erally in Europef and that man kind is in far great...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 September 1877

INDIAN AND WAR CORRESPONDENCE. Courtesy and Discourtesy as nave misrepresented the facts to his escort has been asked lor from Arizona, with the statements of ExGovernor Charged by Generals Sher- Department and they should he re- nor will any he accepted. . . . ferred to the War Department. (Signed) Cli man, ILautZ ana Utners, Yery respectfully your obedient ser and Dis-Charged by J. P. Vant. (Signed) August V. Kautz, Clum, Late Agent for the San Carlos Reservation. March 31, 1877. General A. V. Kautz: The following telegram is forwarded for your in- Tucson, A. T., August 11, 1877. To The Public: Owing to the recent inventions em anating from Department Head Quar ters, Prescott, A. T., containing grave formation. insinuations and modest charges, Washington D. C, March 20. touching upon the administration of Agent Clum: If practicable, take Indian affairs by me at San Carlos, Indian police and arrest renegade In- during the last three years, I have dians at Southern Apache Agency; th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 September 1877

qualifications seem incompatible with the requirements of the Indian service. I suppose I was born so ; but it is be neath the dignity of great men to act as some of our great Generals have done. Great Generals should not be childish. If I am guilty of miscon duct, it seems to me the combined de tective forces of the Indian and War Departments could have or should have found it out in less than three years. If I am to be tried, do it quick ly and do it well. I am ready and fear nothing. If I am not to be tried, then let me alone equally quick and well. I am weary of this parle' and child's play. Let us have solid work or noth ing. I could say a great deal on this sub ject of "courtesy," and might do so if I had any reason to believe that your Department would be " bold enough " to send it to the War Office. I will however, append a few remarks touch ing some of the points referred to by Gen. Sherman and Gen. Kautz, and trust they will have some effect. As to whether my telegram of M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 September 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1877. NO. 22. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. 2E0RCE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Svibscx-Iptlon : 'One year ?5 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies 12 A.d.vcrtlslns : "One inch, each insertion -S3 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duccd rates. ,Toi rx'iiitiiig:? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lctter- ITeads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 420 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Forrest House, Gila, Street, Yuma. Next door to the Colorado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at all hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and will find in mv house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress JOHN GIULIANI, Dealer in Wine...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 September 1877

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : SEPTEMBERS. Tlio Dog in the Manger. "We have it from reliable author ity that the Secretary of War tel graphed, through headquarters, to CoU Dunn to order the S. P. li lt. Co. to suspend all work upon the military reservation cf Fort Yuma, and morever claiming that the reservation extends to this, the southern bankof (he Colorado. Having only last week given the permission to carry on the work, which we published in our issue of the 1st, it has appeared the more remarkable and inconsistent. "We are told that the wording shows this act to have been instigated by the Texas Pacific railroad. After all the clamor for so many years for a through railroad to the Pa cific, and for railroads in general; when our government has consid ered it of such importance as to justify it in robbing future gener ations of so large a tract of land as alternate sections for a distance of twenty mile3 on each side of the route, and other, subsidies, it be comes surprisi...

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. — 8 September 1877

t Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : SEPTEMBERS. LOCAL MATTERS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. D. Neahu sent 7S00 pounds of wool and 4200 pounds silver ore to San Francisco on the 5th. J. W. Dorringtox returned on the Gth from his paseo inside. We are glad to wel come him back. An interesting article appears in the Cit izen of the 1st, entitted "Eastern freights to Arizona the western route the better." Best French Claret ever brought into the Territory just received in wood and bottled by Redondo and Balsz at the Yuma Uxchange. Col. and Mrs. J. M. Barney, Mr. R. M Phillips and Dr. J. A. Tonner arrived by stage from Tucson on Tuesday, much" im proved, in health for their trip to the Globe district. We have received several copies. Nos.15, 18 and 20 of Vol 2,of the Stocklon Telegraph a well printed sheet issued at Fort Stock ton Texas, by one Henry Arnold, Whoever sent them has our thanks. Judge H. N. Alexander and family were heartily welcomed back the past week; the...

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. — 8 September 1877

Aeizoa Sentinel. SATURDAY, : SEPTEMBERS. Denver and Itio Grande Railway. The Denver & Kio Grande Rail way company have just completed their road over the Sangre de Ghristo range of the Rocky moun tains, at an elevation of 9339 feet, to Fort Garland, in the San Luis valley, and now propose to offer inducements in the way of low freight rates to the people of Ari zona to patronize them. The Kansas Pacific gives still another outlet and inlet to our trade. All that is needed is for some one of our merchants to break the way and the rest will be obliged to follow. Then we shall have goods laid down here at a price so little above San Francisco whole sale prices that we shall hear no more of the ruinous rates people have to pay for the necessities of life. The present terminus at Fort Garland is in Colorado, but it is very near the line of New Mexico, and not a great ways from the northeast corner of Arizona. The distance is considerable yet, it is true, to transport freight by wag o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 September 1877

; 7 1 - : INDEPENDENT IN ALTj THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1877. NO. 23. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the 'Sentinel Publishing Company. tJEORGE TYNC. - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGEXT. Subscription t One year.. : ... ..i.$5 00 fiismonths 8 00 Single copies... i... j s.. ...... 12 jV.d.vei?tisins? i One inch, each insertion t . . . .?2 50 Each subsequent insertion . .1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re--duced rates. Jol Irintinff; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with "neatness and dispatch; "Currency taken at par. C. W. Cbane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Forrest House, Gila, Street, - - Yuma. Next door to the Colorado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at .-ftll hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended "to, and will find in my house all the comforts of a home. MBS...

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. — 15 September 1877

Akizcwa Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : SEPTEMBER 15. Bluff? "We have received a notice in print, signed by T. H. Blythe and. O. P. Callaway,, in which they claim, with others,, to own a large portion of the Great Colorado Bottom,, as will be seen by the list of townships below taken from their notice. We also give, from official authority, the class of these lands, in so. far as surveyed, as designated by the U. S. surveyors. They claim to.own all bottom land in Township 5S. B. 23 and 24 east, San Bernardino base and meri dian; Township 6, S. B. 22, 23 and 24 east; Township 7, S. B. 21, 22 and 23 east, and. Fractional township 8, S. B. 23 east. The surveyed portions of 5, S. ranges 23 and 24 east; 6, S. ranges 23 and 24 east; All of 7 S. range 23 east, and all of 8, S. range 23 east were returned as "swamp and overflowed," for which there is no claim of record in the land office at Los Angeles. As it was declared by the U. S. surveyors to be swamp and overflowed land it was in all probab...

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. — 15 September 1877

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 1 LOCAL 3X 4.XT13KS- Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. m r . Seveiial. new mines have bccn'locatcd recently in the Castle Dome district Just received by A, M- Janes 6: Co., at the postoffice, nice fresli butter, eggs and potatoes. Judge De Fokest Porter arriyed yes terday with renewed vigor aud much better Jn health for his trip. Last Wednesday live bars of bullion ar rived from the McCrackin mine and were shipped inside by Wells Fargo &Co. Value 7,700. , m . Mr! L. A. Mitchell, lately of Ehrenberp, has come to reside among us, he fills the vacancy made by the departure of Mr. Bittenbousc. The builders of the opera house of Los Angeles held a meeting at their place on Monday. Our opera house here at Yuma has not been commenced yet. The Citizen of the 8th has several im portant articles,onc on irrigation especially interesting to Arizona, another regardii g Arizona copper mines that all should read. Messrs. G. A. Ringwald and ...

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. — 15 September 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : SEPTEMBER 15. The London Mining Journal reports wonderful discover ies of gold in Nejv Zealand, it says : The Moanatairi mine was pro ductive to a depth of abou 1 200 feet when the lode became very poor. The company, nevertheless, de cided to carry on operations, al though at a great loss, and after workiugfor over two years struck the lode again, nearly 100 feel deeper, when it was found to bo from eight to ten feet wide, nnd almost solid gold. The returns since have been enormous for the fortnight ending March 3, 709 ozs.; March 17; 4613 ozs.; March 31,16.662 ozs. Making a total of 22,284 ozs. os the value of 70.000. about $350,000. The heightuf the present block, is 83 feet, by any number of feet in a southwesterly direction. Duhem Brothers & Bonntt have just received the first product from the working, of their dry place amalgamator. It is at work on ground which. is worth onlyabout 45 cents to the yard, and where work has not been previousl...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 September 1877

it LNDBPKNDEXT TN A LI, THINGS. JJEIITHAL IN 5iO'J'HING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1871 NO. 24 The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. -SEORGE TYNQ, - - - Editor AXD GENERAL- BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription : Onej'ear ? Six months s 00 Single copies 12 .Ativexitisins : One inch, oath insertion S3 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job Ix'intiiTS $ Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, La'jels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, "with, neatness and dispatch. cSrCurrency taken at par. C. TV. Craxe, Agent, 426 Montgomery St; Sant Francisco. Forrest House9 Gila Streer, - - Yuma. Next door to the Colorado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at sail hours. The resident and traveling public will be .promptly and' cordiallv attended to, and will And in my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, ProDrietress. JOHN GIULIANI, Dea...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 September 1877

t Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. The Silver King 3Iinc, The discovery and history of this mine are invested with a touch of romance that enhances theinterest attaching to iia devel opment. It I4es at the base of the Pinal mountains and within n stone's throw of the military road constructed by General Stoneman when in command of the Depart mentof Arizona. It was originally discovered by two of his soldiers, who found specimens of silver chlorides on the croppings, while working on the road. They kept their secret for a long time, in tending to profit by it when dis charged from the-army; but when that occurred Stoneman's camp in this vicinity mid been broken up, the troops withdrawn and the Apaches held undisputed posses sion of this part of the country. One of the soldiers was a dissi pated wretch and died at Yuma, The other disclosed the secret to various parties around Florence and several expeditions were or ganized to re-discover the mine, all resulting in lews of li...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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