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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 September 1877

rizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : i : SEPTEMBER 23, LiOCAIi MASTERS. 1 Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. A petitio is being signed for the Open ing and clearing Of the lower end of Gila street to the riven W. H. BubKe" has botight of A. J. Hudson the Berks Station on the Gila road, and moved his family thefet . r r 1 , N. GuxTHEii hiiB sold his ten mule team and large ore wagonj with harness &e. complete, to D. Neahr. The Flora Temple, Empire City, Dans- Ville and Iraud mines, in Castle Dome mining district, have been bonded. "Wohk continues on the site of the S. P. Rt R. shipyard. The earth removed is being Used to partially fill up the Rincon slough. A pleasant dance took place at Ehren- b.f..f on the 18th, it was given in honor of the officers of the Cocopah and was a very enjoyable affair. G. Bouse has opened a restaurant in the frame building on Second Street, just be low Tyner's. Board will be furnished for sir dollars per week. J. M. Redoxdo has given a fine herd o...

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. — 22 September 1877

runs Aeizona Sentinel s&t-urday. SEPTEMBER 22. JVomaa York llinina.'Rtcord, ' 1' fr . Aztcc District Hints.' X" The Syndicate of mines of Aztec district?areow putting- some of their mines into operation. The Aztec company was incorporated IVffiv Irtili 1S77 nnrl rVm DriCH of "-.7 v..,-..., . i . the totftOQD shams gft working capital stocic tu.uuu suares navmg neen s asme ior mat yuiyuav , was nxea at 53,011 per snare, uuu. mis oeiore a pick nau usuu buuutv into the ledge. Work was begun June 2oth, and op July oth, the owners and trustees 01 tne mine,' upon the reports of Prof. Thos. Davis, superintendent, M.ij. John, E. MagdeTmanager,and Goy. A. . P. K. aaffoM,oneorthe directors, and ahiember of the Syndicate, declared -the sjocik of .the Aztec company unassessable; and on I July 18th the developments at the mine caused the board of direc- tors to raise the price of the next issue of shares of the working cap ital .stock, .to five dollars, per share, with only a limited' amount...

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. — 29 September 1877

t t" t T If!. jr. 5rnlincl. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEtJTRAL IN NOTHING, VOL, VL . YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1877. NO. 25, The Arizona Sentinel. riblished every Saturday by the" &&tinel Publishing Comjiari. &EORCE TYNC, ... Editor . AND GEXEBAL BUSINESS AGEN'Ti Subsoriptioii : Ooeyear ... .-.?5 00 6i2? months -. 3 00 Single copies 12 A-cLvcx'tisins One incfe, each insertion.. $2 50 Bach subsequent insertion ............ 1 25 Contracts by the year Or quarter at re ducea rates. Job Prlntinc; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Hcads, Letter fleadsj Circulars Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. JSfCurrency taken at pan C. W. Crane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St., Sajt FRANCISCOi Forrest House, Gila Street, - - Yuma. Kert door to the Colorado Hctel. 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 my house all the comforts of a liom...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 September 1877

9 Aeizon Sentinel. SATURDAY; : i SEPTEMBEuSOj TH2 drouth is general all over thesonth western part of the Uni ted 'States and3 extends into Mex ico. With its effects in the southern part of California we have already been made acquaint ed : through the press. In New Mexico several cases of starvation have been reported among the poorer people. In Sonora cattle have died by the thousand. In that country the irrigable land is owned mostly by the richynd the poor' depend on raising corn, beans and vegetables on lands watered only by the summer rains. This year the rains have been wanting and' the summer crops are a total failure. The prospect for the poor of Sonora is indeed a gloomy one. In Arizona the drouth has caused much inconvenience and some loss, but still nothing disastrous. There has been, and is,, grass enough for all the live stock in the country. The corn crop has failed entirely in many parts of Yavapai county; along the Gila, near Flor ence, "water has been too- scarce f...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 September 1877

3 QvVTT VPT QUiS I-UaJLIj. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, LOCAIi MATTIERS TnifpuWic school opens h5re nextMou tiay. . . Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. ,. Moke wool is coming in. Gardner's train brings a load of it from Maricopa county. Noriega's two teams left on Wednesday for the bottom down the river for loads of 'timber. The Colorado river has raised a little this tteek. There must have been heavy rains tip country. The Pocahontas mine in the. Castle Dome 'district has been sold to W. H. Baxter of iSan Francisco; Steamboat leaves here on Monday, Oct. 3, for Aubrey and intermediate landings. "The Cocopah sailed September 25, for El Dorado Canyon. ' Ox the 23d arrived by boat from Aubrey '-seven bars of silver bullion worth $12,000. They were forwarded by Wells, Fargo & ;Co. to San Francisco. Stage fare from Florence to Globe direct costs ten dollars; express matter eight cents per pound ; distance between 89 and '90 miles. Cheap enough. Cries of fire drew auitea crowd ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 September 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : SEPTEMBER? Iromthc Elko'tNev;) Independent." Mica Mines. The extraordinary developments ib the silver mines in the northern part of the- county has had the effect of absorbing attention to the exclusion of consideration for any other mineral existing within our borders, and in view of this very natural state of affairs under the circumstances, we scarcely" hope to excite any great degree of in terest in the subject of out mica mines among onir own people just at this time. Nevertheless- the developments being, made in the mines of this mineral in the Ruby range, of mountains are proving them to possess great value, and ins many places abroad a full knowledge of the merits of these mines would awaken quiteas live 1 y.'an'ihterest as any production of the precious metals, and for the information- of those dealing in this mineral, more especially,, do we at this time present the fol lowing: statement in relation" to mica mines in this county: The disco...

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. — 6 October 1877

NEUTRAL IN-NOaaJINGi! uml nt .f .,1 VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1877. NO.- 26; " , if. c.t,.1 INDEPENDENT IN AL.ij THINGS. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. 2EOHGE TYNC. - - - Editor AXD GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription : One year ? 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies 12 A-cLveirtisins : One inch, each insertion -?2 50 Each snhscnuent insertion 1 23 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duccd rates. Job I'x'ixitinsr ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Head3, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, -with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C W. Crane, Agent, 436 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Forrest Hoy 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 my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress JOHN G...

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. — 6 October 1877

Arizona Sentinel. &ATURDAT.. OCTOBER 6. Fatal Error. In hnndlfnp Indians on reserva tions our government has made the terrible mistake of treating them all alike. The guilty 'have received the same consideration rs the innocent. The blood y'haud ed buck and the hapr, whope fingers are still blistered by the brands she lately nursed around a tor tured captive.have been given the same fond and blankets that am bestowed upon thechild too young to have shared their iniquity. The murderous Apache has received presents that are denied to the friendly Yumas and to the Pima and P.jpigoes, whose boast it is that their hands have npver been raised agiint the White man. This rau3t all be changed. The Indian who acknowledges our government, by treaty or other wise, becomes the ward of the na tion; it is our plain duty toedu cato him and to train him to sustain himself in the ways of civilization ; it is proper enough to turn the care of him over to any ohurch or sect that wants to take the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 October 1877

zona Sentinel. ABAY, : : : : : OCTOBER 6. LOCAL MATTERS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. Nice fresh butter and new delicacies at Monteverdc&Gandolfo's. Jodgk PoitTE.t left here Thursday to hold court in Maricopa county. Col. II. C. Hodge's book on Arizona is said to b' out. We have not yet seen it. BakleY and hay were among the ship ments this Week io the Carga Muchacho mines. Monteverpe & Gaxdolfo mean just "what they say in their new advertisement In to-day's issue. On Tuesday two horses run away with a wasron on Slain and First streets. Not much damage done. Andt Keen, erstwhile of Yuma, bnsks in the light of office. He helps run the cus tom house at Tucson. Mr. R. C. Kerens is here looking after bis stage business and in a few days will go over his line to the eastward. The Board of Supervisors has been in session this week. Report of their pro ceedings will be published next week. Quite a crowd of the bridge builders and carpenters left here Thursday eveni...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 October 1877

Abizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, October g. Articles of incorporation 'of- the I&lewild Mining Coriipany have been filed to operate in Pinal coun ty, territory of Arizona, with "a capital stock of $5,000,000, divided into 50,000 shares of $100 each. The Directors are T. B. Farnham, N. Nason, John W. Richardson, D. W. Taylor and William Mas sey. Ten Reasons for Belicvinj? in Pro tection to American Industries. We beg leave to suggest in the fewest words possible some of the facts and general principles which should influence tariff legislation : First, That, as productive labor is the great source of all national wealth, it should.be cherished and projected against injurious foreign competition in all its departments, mechanical, manufacturing, and agricultural. Second, That, although the im mediate effect of a high duty may enhance the price of the manufac ' tured article, yet this very enhan cement of price, making the busi ness nrofitable. will soon attract additional capital and l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 October 1877

INDEPENDENT IN ALT, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING, : VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY OCTOBER 13, 1877. NO, 2l The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the 'Sentinel -Publishing Company. ORCE TYNC. - - - Editor 'J&JD gexeral business agent. Su"bscx'iptioii : 'One year ..... So 00 43irmonths 3 00 iSlntle conies ......... 12 Aclvcrtlsiiis' : fOne inch, each insertion $2 50 Eich subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job PrlntMs: ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter 'Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in" every 6tyle, with neatness and dispatch. t3TCurrcncy taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St, San Francisco. Forrest House, OUa Streer, - - Yuma. !fxt door to the Colorado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at sll 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. MRS. M. E. FORREST, ProDrictress. JPHN ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 October 1877

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : OCTOBER 13. Getting Better. Mere actual capital has- come into this Territory within the last ninety days than for the entire year previous- thereto. It has made little or.' no- noise,, and has conWin the best shape for us : it has come in guise of machinery, mining-supplies, tools and brawny arma to handle them, as well as in good cash paid for mines and ranches.. It has been qu-etly dis tributed all oyer the Territory and already are its good effects being fvlt. Insane fe;irof "intense hea" has been dissipated' and rich visi tors are daily arriving to take stock of our resources. Appropriation. will soon enable the payment by Government of its indebtedness incurred, in this Territory since June 30th. Immense sums of money were placed in the Tucson depository just before the close of the last fiscal year. Of this money . at least half a. million must still be on hand, to be released by appro priations ; tvery cent of it,, and much more, is due an...

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. — 13 October 1877

Arizona Sentinel. 8ATUKDAY OCTOBEH 13. LOCAL MATTERSi Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. t Steamboat for up river is advertised to sail Monday at 10 a. m. Choice butter and cheese, fresh from the most celebrated New York dairies, at H. 5. Fitzgerald & Co's. Yankee baked beuus the regular old thing in 2 pound tins at David Xeahr's. Just as fresh as if right from the oven. Gen. Kautz'3 report is mentioned as published. It is necessarily or interest and tlie sentinel will be grateful for the loan of -a copy. TntaTEEN tons of rich silver ore fro:r. Pinal county were this week shioped by David Neahr to J. Collingwood & Co. of San Francisco. "Frames to fit -any picture are neatly made to order by George Martin at his -drug store. The frames hanging in the Recorder's office are of his handiwork. D. Neahr this week shipped to Florence 53,003 pounds by D.igaerre's train and 7030 by Kerr's; 3000 to Globe by Kerr and 15,000 by Gardner; to way stations 8.000 pounds. Fall and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 October 1877

Abizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - OCTOBER 13. We ask diffidently, in view of th& deluge of fraternal gush, isn't President Bayes rather overdoing the'job? "And as 1 demand.re spect from the man I found fightin g against me for my convictions," he said in his speech of Friday, "I yield the same measure of re spect to him who fought for his convictions." mat is to say, the man, whose convictions were in favor of destroying the nation, or of burning railroadproperty, or of "killing niggers," or of ravishing hen roosts, is equally respectable with the man who fought for the nation and against the rascals. We are implacable enough to doubt the wisdom and the necessity of turning ourselves inside out for the purpose of conciliating men who won't conciliate on any terms except the unconditional disgrace ol loyal men. $oston Japer. The Frue Concentrator has been successfully tested on the Pacific coast, upon the sea shore black sand some 1,500 pounds of sand from the grounds of the Pacific ...

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. — 20 October 1877

NET7TRAI, IN Kb'l HIXG. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, OCTOBKIt 20, 1877. NO; 2S. INDRPKXDK.N'T IN ALL TH1NT.&. The Arizona Sentinel. Published' every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. SE03SE 7YNQ, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BC3INE33 AGENT JSitiisci'iptlont One year." ..... i : : .'?5 00 Bixmonftis. 3 00 Single copies . . . .' 12 .A-clvertlsIris:: One inch, each insertion... :..;... I; $2 50 Each subsequent insertion ..'.'....I ..'.'A 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job Xriiltiiig Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Ldels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style; vith neatness and dispatch: J55Currency taken at par. C. W. Crake, Agent, 42(5 Montgomery St. Sa? Francisco. Forrest House, Gila Streer, - Yuma Next door to the Colorado Hotel. Board with or without rooms. Meals at all hours. The resident and travel'ng public will be promptly and cordiallv : t ended to, and will find in mv house all thj comforts of ;i tome...

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. — 20 October 1877

Akizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2(J. Did Me? Two hnr.dr d of the Warm Spi ing Apaches lately escaped from the San' Carlos reservation, having surrendered and claimed that they were driven oft' by hunger, the Miner declaims against the hear. lessness of the new agent in de frauding them of their rations and starving them. General Kautz sought and received permission u station an army ofticei'at San Car los to inspect the issue of rations This was done No extensive fraud could be practiced on the Indians without collusion of the armv officer. His nresence and inspection were constant. Now either the Miner has something to take back, or it must sustain the inference that an officer of the infallible, imm.iculate army has actually made a "divvy." U. S. Military Telegraph. In addition to the poles men tioned elsewhere, we learn, from Lieut. Reade, Acting Signal officer in charge,- that 100 redwood poles liave been purchased from Gordon & Hazz.ird, of San Uiego, which will be plan...

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. — 20 October 1877

! ZONA SeNTINET-. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2o- LOCAL 3I-tVTlrjEKS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel onice. On Monday the locomotive passed the Court house for the lirst time. A FINE Btjamp i u.tip and a large lot of big pipe have armed here for the Pieach'o mine and mill. Hov. TnoMAS Fitoii irraced the Grand ...:n. i.:, , .... r. i.... n.i, week. Nary speech. Shoes and dies for the Silver King bat tery have gone forward again, Such con sumption of Iron by quartz mills is a healthy j symptom. After the Gila sailed yesterday afternoon there were still nearly 90 tons of up river freight left here, to go forward by lirst boat available. Travellers to Florence will do well to note the advertisement of C. Home in to day's issue. Parties from there speak very highly of his stable and corral. The attention of miners is invited to the advertisement of the Cormorant quartz mill. It is as good as new and only needs pans and settlers for working silver. The new turntable is finished ai.d tuins ar...

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. — 20 October 1877

Arizona Sentinel. 8ATORDAY, : : : : OCTOBER 20. Mining; on the EUrenbcrg Road in Yuma Contity. D. Sx Luskt who is prospecting; the Mo Tcno gold and silver mine, thirty-five miles from Ehrenbenr, sends us the following items by the hand of J. M. Roberts, Esqi, who ha3 just returned from Sonoma county, California, and accompanied Mr. Lusk from San Francisco to his chum : Lusk says in & note to us, I have tools provisions and eve rything complete on the way from Sun Francisco, to sink a shaft :ind run a tunnel on the Moreno, and in six months I will know whether wo hnve a mine or a blank. Tilton te Co., of San Franeisd-, will be down In a few days with grub and tools to do some work and prospect the Bonanza King, Bituated Gve miles from Culling'-: station. Miner. The gold mines of the State af Georgia have produced nearly ten millions of dol lars duriug the past year. There are now 3140 miles of railroad in operation in California, and the work of co istruction still urocs on. A mi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 October 1877

JNDBPKMDHNT IN AM. THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTfalNfe. VOL. VI. YUMA. A. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1877. ' NO. 29: The Arizona SentineJi Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Cdmpariyi 3E0RCE TYMC, - - - feditpf AND GEXEKAL BU3IXE53 AG EXT. itljscriptioia : One year ?5 00 8ix months '. 3 00 Single copies 12 A-tlvertisiiij? : tone inch, each insertion. .... .".'.$2 50 Each subsequent insertion . . . '. 1 25 Contracts by lAeywir u-quarter at re 'duced rates. Legal Blank?, ISriefs, S.il-Ifeads Letter Heads, Circulars T a e'i. IV.rds, Fro grammes, etc.. p-rl'ited in every style, with neatness and dispatch. 5F"Currency talc eng at par. C. W. Craxe, Agent, 430 Montgomery St Sax Fraxcisco. PIONEER BEWS DEPOT Oi .Arizona. Established . in 1870, by J. 8. RansfleSd; Tucson, Arizona, Dealer in ' Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, School Books. Stationery, Cutlery, Etc The iJest Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand; C3"Orders for Books and Papers promptly attended to. JOHN GIULI...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 October 1877

Arizona Sentinel. 8ATURDAY, : : : : OCTOBER 27 Arizona at Paris The neglect of California, to made a full exhibit of her products at the Cente"nial last year, was keenly felt when it was too late to be remedied. Many of her lead ing citizens are now working in dead earnest to secure a creditable representation at the Paris Expo sition of 1S78. Arizona is invited to participate and it is to be hoped that a fine collection will be made of minerals, Woods, agricultural products, wools, cotton, sugar and cane, wine from Phoenix, textile fibre from desert plants and other objects likely to attract immigra tion. Win. H. Martin is secretary of the California Comission; office 230 Montgomery street, San Fran eisco. Nearly every mine of Ne vada will be represented. Just as the California street mind was getting into good con dition to "take in" a little excite ment over Some of the meritorious mines of Arizona, the Tuscarora District, of -Nevada, came to the front with a few heavy shipments ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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