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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 October 1877

jizona Sentinel. ATUKDAT. : : : : OCTOBER 7. LOCAL MATTERS. StrriFACED redurod for sale at Neahr's. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. The Gilu is advertised to sail for Ehrcn berg November 1. Mk. Davidson, at t!ie Philadelphia sa loon, sells bottled beer forS2.5J a dozen. Fsiesii f nicy groce.ie, direet from New York, at U.S. Fitzgerald &Cu's. Come and try them. Fresh ilsli, 21 hours from salt water at Wilmi.igton, were received here thi3 week Id prime order. Something new. -- The river has raised several inches thi. week. Bis ruins away up North. Thurs day iii-rht it fell again six inches. TnE crossing of Third stieet and tin railroad track has this week been made practicable for wagons. A ulucih lieedjd improvement. U. S. Marshal Standeter writes that he Las now plenty of money for paying tin expenses of the coming term of the U. S. District Cou-t here. D. Neahk this week shipped a car load of copper ore from Globe and 24 boxes, weighing COl-l rounds, of silver fro...

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. — 27 October 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. Railroad operations have commenced at Anaheim The track will be pushed to San Juan Capistranr, or in that vicinity, when tho Colton branch will be In order. The connection between the two branches will m id2 at S.n Juan and tho line contin ued to San Diec:o. Scmi-Tro!c. Don Piatt asserts that he will furnish evidence to convict Generals Ingalls and Marcy (McClellan's father-in-law) of having been bribed into recommending the Cowles Braga moth exterminator, by which it was foisted on the government at a cost of thou3.md3 of dollars. The inference is that SIcClellan himself is not, guiltless. Of course such insinuations against high toned army officials has startled "good society," which means those with plenty of money without much regard to any other consideration. The CnslisU Channel Tnnncl. Operations connected with the subma rine tunnel have already been commenced on the other side of the channel, several .pits having bean sunk to a depth o...

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. — 3 November 1877

msaa iNIJRPKNUEiVI' IN AM, THINflS. fcfoti'J'ltAi, in N'tvihiNo: YUMA, A. Ti, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1877. NO: 30. VOL; VI. lor.ir.rr-T -- '- Tha Arizona Sentinel. Pub'iished every Saturday by the SdfltiHal Publishing Company. SSddi TYN3, - - Editor A.D GEJfEHAl. BUSISEaS AGENT: JStibsScrlpllciiiS One vedr.-i: :.. $5 do SbtlfljriiriJ.:::... 3 60 SiHgili Kile's. i.: t.:t. 12 Advcrtlalnj: One inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job Printing: : Lejral Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr- Heads, Circulars, I a')els, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. ISfCurrency tuken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 42(5 Montgomery St., San Fkancisco. PIONEER NEWS DEPOT Ol' Arizona. Established in 1870, by JB S. Mansfield, Tucson, Arizona, Dealer in Newspapers, Magazlrtes, Periodicals, School Books. Stationery, Cutlery, Etc. The Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand. tOrders for Book...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 3 November 1877

SWTIVEL 1 AlUZQNA SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS. To the Postal Acent, Trip npwsrtnnpr mnil for Mohave , k c..ri has its parallel in a few other ri v Gouuty continues to be sunerea to j 1 accumulate at 'Ehrenberg until itj can be eairied to Aubrey by onej of the bi-monthly steamboats. The letter mail goes forward from Ehrenberg with- reasonable dis patch. Your attention has been repeated y called to this delay of the mails, of from ten to twenty days between each trip of the steamboats.- Several newspapers have published it since last March and several letters have informed you of it. The complaint ot loss of papers has been and is general from Mohave county. New mail routes have been established be tween Aubrey and various points in Mohave county: this is well. Bat between Ehrenberg and Aubrey still liesa gap, over which papers are not carried in the mails, but owe it to friendly officers of passing steamboats, that they get over at all. The ediior of this pa per last May saw nine barley sack...

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

rizona Sentinel. NOVi.M iEItl 8 VTUKOAY, LOCAL MATTERS. Babbit- Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. a Six barge loads of up-r ver freight coin ing and the warehouse full now. TiiE Hdrton House, of Sail Diego, has been leased for three years to J. L. Babe. G. A. RiNUY A .u has told out his entire fetock of merchandise to Moutevcrde & T5ahdolfo. P. M. Fisueii has got back froiii the Stat -sand weal to Ehrenberg last trip ol I '12 Cjcopah. Twenty sewing inachiiles and several lots of flue furniture ure anioi.g the freight how here for Tt cson. Shears and tacks have gone lorward for the shearing t Gila Bend of Banning. large flocks of sheep. The Gila arrived last -u .day Horn up river with'i nuui'jjr of passengers and nearly J9030 iu bullion. Okdeks have been given to prepare a place on this side of the river for several fauudred thousand railroad ties. Clothing and choice tobaccos are a Bpecialty at H. S. Fitzgerald & Co's. Ex Cellent suits from $7:50 upf J. Giuliani has sol...

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

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .. A Texas InoMdiit The road to justice in iexas is sometimes Very short and Attended with very little expense, as was illustrated by an occur rence in Jefferson a short time ago. A t'nmblcr had bee 1 bathing hi the river In company with some other? of Ins ilk, who had d'rivuhdown'in an express wagon Wishing to ride up to town he proposed that if they woulu take hfm up he would treat, un offer wh ch was 'accepted. When they reached the square they went i .to a saloonj had their drinks, and then the gam bler diseovere.! that he lack, d fifteen tents of having money enough to pay the bill. The barkeeper became quite noisy about the shortage, iuinitig that the drinks Bhould not have been ordered until the purchaser knew the exact state of his cash account. The gambler remarked that lie thought the barkeeper was making a d d sight of fuss about fifteen cents, and turned to Col. Long, U. S. Commissioner, who wae sitting At a table, and asked him if he...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 November 1877

pmA m m 'r m m m m mm v J to INUBPKNIJBNT IN AM. TMINOS. NEUTRAL IN NO'J HINb. VOL. VI. YUMA. A. t.-, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1877. NO. 31. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Siitinel Publishing Company. 3E0RCE TYNG, - - - Editor AND GENERAL' BUSINESS AGENT. 1 x Sttbscriptioit s ' One year. 05 oo feix months 3 OCf Single cdpie's : .' 12 , AxLvertisliiss One inch, each insertion. . :: 3 50 Each 'subsequent insertion.. ;;..::'..: :1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re'-, fluced rates. Job Printline; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, Qtc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. JSfCurrency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 4'2u Montgomery St., San FranciscoI , PIONEER NEWS DEPOT Ol .Arizona. ' Established in 1870, by J. S. Mansfield, Tucson,- Arizona. Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals) School Books. Stationery, Cutlery, Etc. The Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand. fcSFOrd...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 November 1877

fTf rr Akizona Sentinel. -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. The Old Thtnff Over Affain. Little mnfe titan twenty years ago the Atlantib coast was agitated by the safae speeches, editorials and arguments that are to-day shaking us up on the Pacific. It TTas claimed that hordes of cheap laborers were being brought from Europe to take the bread out of American mouths. The poverty and strange habits of these immi grants were pointed to as reasons for expelling or oppressing them. The religion of many of them was derided as a heathenish worship of pictures and images. The de moralizing influence of these " pa gan hordes'5 was set forth from stump and pulpit. Capitalists were denounced and threatened for employing them. Oppressed and driven from many of the fields of labor, the poor foreigners work ed for such wages as they could get. For economy they huddled together in such tenements as they were suffered to-occupy. Ill fed, ill clothed and ill lodgad.lhear ing few words of encouragement, homesick...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 November 1877

OtIZ0TsTA SENTINEL; SATURDAY. NOVEMBER If. aiATriDaS; Babbit MetL for sale at the Sentinel office; W.vxted A bar room tnirror. George Tyng, Yuma: Address Obn little boys are fast becoming profi cient in Arabic the street variety. A two slump battery has been landed here fdr Sam Briggs. Where is it going to be put up? Now the Sentinel also has put on the Southern Pacific company's collar. It ad Vc'rtises them may be": Surgeon MrjK.EE; medical inspector of Ihe department, has been ordered to In spect tlie Hospital at Port Yuma. The Coeopah has goue into the yard for thorough overhauling and repairs. She riil not be out for several weeks. Quite a drove of cattle came in on Mon day. Our butchers are going to give us good beef whether we pay or not: Border troubles here about as bad as at Sari Diego; came to a head at Gila City. Give us too a company of soldiers. Louis Reggio and Henry Swift show some very rich g:ld quartz from a ledge 6truik by them in the Garga Muchaeo dis trict. The a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 10 November 1877

Arizona Sentinel.. 8ATURDAY, N0V2MBEU1D Thin old. The Philadelphia Public Record says that Mr. E." A. Oiltbrfdcfe, or flic assay d'e partment of t':c Mint lias, by means of a galvanic battery, succeeded in spreading gold into layers so thin that it would re quire 2,79S,000 of them to equal an inch in thickness. The gold layers can be disen gaged from the copper plate on which the galvanic current deposits it by dissolving the copper in a weak solution of nitric acid, on which" the gold leaf remains floating. The same scries of experiments have shown that gold can be boiled" and even vaporized hy means of electricity, and that when a cylindrical bar of silver is coated with gold and drawn into wire, one grain of. gold can be made to cover a length of 7345.G feet. The' same authority state3 that tests of clay from the bed' underlying Philadelphia show 40 cents of gold to the' ton, and that the whole bed contains more gold than has j'et been procured from Cal ifornia or Australia. A sp...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 17 November 1877

. i, t '''"'" i ' H"i i'i'i ff"1"r' -TfT't'n ilfiiaawii'SMtfiirr fnViTn'i nv - INURPKNDEN'T TN AL L THINGS. N EUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA: A, T SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1877. ' NO. .32. ,, M , trTr-r - i T-pr-i... ........ ...i ..... i-y-.-.jirjnimj'.i-iwjt,u.fiu.iiHij . tawxjiaa-iiiM -immu i iihiwi di-gim u i. i.iJMuj:ijjai' ir,rifciiiii.r'i aii'.lftu nnfn-i.L.1-... 1 . M t ,i Mlll The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday Dytlie 'Sentinel Publishing Company. SSEORQE TYNG, - - - Editor AXD GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Sul)scx'iptIoii : "One year Six months : Single copies ; ....5 00 .... 3 00 .... 12 A-clver tlsiils t fane inch, each insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 23 Contracts by the year or quarter ut re "duced rates. Job "Printing:; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style; with neatness and dispatch. JSF'Currcncy taken at par. 'C. W. Crane, Agent, 420 Montgomery St., San FuANcifefcO. PIONEE...

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. — 17 November 1877

Arizona Sentinel. 8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17-1 On Getting Xcw Postofflecs. - When a new settlement wants a postoffice and mail route, it usually squanders its energies in getting'up petitions to its repre sentative in Congress and in curs ing that representative, if the desired mail facilities are not se cured forthwith. Havinc: investi gated this matter we are prepared to give a few good suggestions. When a regular mail is wanted, petition the Postmaster General to establish a Postoffice at the set tlement and to appoint for it a postmaster designated in the peti tion. If the petition bears names enough, the office must be esta blished under the law whether it is on a mail route or not. Then at the next letting of mail contracts the Postmaster General is compel led by law to let a contract for car rying mails toand from the new postoffice. It is well, when the petition goes forward, and before the general letting of contracts to punch up the proper Congressman aud stimulate him into mak...

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. — 17 November 1877

1 s i sosta Sentinel. AT, : : : NOVEMBER 17. LOCAL MATTERSi Babbit Metal for sale at the SestineL office. Several wagon loads of emigrants from Ban Diego have arrived this week. Yes, tmr climate is pretty good too. - a O " W. T. Browx,Es0,;, goes as purser of the Colorado, Capt: Thorne. Must be some fascinatio'd 'about a sea faring life. AnotIieb sale coming off at Yuma depot Clothing, camp and garrison equipage have been examined and reported unser viceable. Go to the olla after dark for a drink.of water, and find that your little boy has been making mud pics in the dipper; then fiow do ydu feel? o Charlie Kejjtox has sold out and is going into the interior of the Territory for a while. Yuma gives him a good word wherever he may go. Mr. TilOJtAS Gates has come back to the Territory. Last time he went out he carried specimens; nest time hope he will be loaded down with bullion. Two iron dump cars and a lot of rails are among the freight arrivals here for the McMillan Mining Co. Must...

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

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U TAB irLOODT BOZJDSIt. The-Story of the 3IIer llassacre by One Who Drew ti Wliite Bean. The events recorded below took place, says the editor of the Houston Telegram, at Salado Mexico, March 23, 1843,-when 17 Texans of tha Micr expedition were shot by order of the Mexican authorities. The utory it told' by a correspondent who signs himself R.P. II., .of Bianco, T xa-i, a brother of one who drew a white bean,- Oue hundred and fifty-nine white beans were placed in the bat torn of iIk inug, and' 17 black ones placed upon the top of them. The beans were not stirred- Such was their anxiety to execute Capt. Camer on, and perhaps the balance of the officer?, that drst Cameron and afterward the other officers were made to draw a beau each from'the inug in this condition. Cameron in the act of drawing first, said- with his usual coolness: 14 "Well, boys, we have to draw, lei's be at it." So sayiug he thrust his hand' into the mug and drew out a white bea...

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

32 3 V IND'EPKNDEN'T IN ATJ, THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHINtf. VOL. VI. YUMA.- A. Ti; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1877. NO.- 33., The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel FublisHing Company. SEORQE TYNC. - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Siibscriptlon i One vear ?o 00 fcixmonths...: 3 00 Single copies 12 j.cLvei'tlsine : One inch, each insertion .$2 50 Each subscauent insertion . . . : -. ;1 25 Contracts by the "ear or quarter at re duced rates. Jo"b Printing:; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lcttcr- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes etc., printeddn every style, with neatness 'and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St.; " San Trancisco. PIONEER NEWS DEPOt Or Arizona. Established in 1870, by J. S. Mansfield Tucson; Arizona, Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, . Periodicals, ' School Books. Stationery, CUtlery, Etc. Tie Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand. JgyOrders fof Books and Papers promptly attended to. I...

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

Arizona" Sentinel. 3VTURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. IMvurcc Seeker s Paradise. Here it is, right here in 'Arizona. The seventh cl use of Section 3 of ftn 'Art concerning divorces, p.isseri by our legislature and approved Feb. 16, 1871. reads as follows: "And whereas, in the developments of future events, cases may be presented be f re the courts falling substantially within the limits of the law, as herein before srated. jet not within its terms, it is enacted, that whenever the judge who hears a cause for divorce deems the case to be within the reason of the law, within the general mis chief the law Is intended to remedy, or within what it may be presumed would have been provided against, by the legis lature establishing the foregoing causes of divorce had it foreseen the specific case and found language to meet it without including ca--es not within the same reason, he shall grant the divone. Stripped of its verbiage this law really m-ans, that any ju 'ge can grant a divorce when he feels l...

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

mi l HIZONA SENTINEL. TURDAY. NOVEMBER 24 Local matters. -Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel . 2jce. i'.'f '" m Hon. H. 8. Stsvens has the Senti iraL's thanks for public documental Fresh eastern oysters, in the shell, are Hh'e-regular thing now at Horton's saloon. Pooh old Humboldt has gone to the in sane asylum. Wickersham took him up 'last Sunday. 1000 pounds of quicksilver have come in, to be forwarded by 'stage to Silver Cily. Healthy symptom. C. T. Martin has been appointed post master at McMillanville, near the Stone- wall Jackson mine, Globe district. Fat tcrkeys, geese, ducRS ana poultry, ros ing pigs and all other Thanksgiving delicacies at the Yuma City Market. Miners tools, barrows, bellows, steel 1 tor much disease. The matter was and general supplies seem to form the ! kePl concealed; no harm has been done, greatest part of freight arriving here this ' Dut concealment of such matters is erim week. nau They should be made public so as to The stage line between Tucson ...

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

Arizona Sentinbl. SATURDAY, : : NOVEMBER' Si. About Shcep.- Clark & Ashurst will winter llicir band' of Bheep arotind the base of BUI Wi'liam3 mountain and on Partrige creek. They propose next spring to remove to their new location, near San Francisco moun tain. George W. Hancc, of the Cienega, lias finished shearing his stieep. The shearers say that George's sheep are great wool producers. Mr. Hart, the Smith' E'ros:, and Mr. Fos ter will winter their flocks on the-Little Colorado. Campbell & Orr's sheep are still in the mountains north of Prescott,-but will soon be s!arted south. Billy Rhodes' band is also in the. same mountains,-or were there a few days ago. They too will winter a little vsouth of Prescott, We learn that' J. H. Lee's sheep will- "be wintered on the Little Colorado. Campbell & Baker's large bauds are still in the vicinity of Bear Springs. Jim Oneal's flocks will winter on and near Date creek. One of the Marlow boys has his sheep on Willow creek. His co...

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

INUHPKNDICN'T IN AM. THINfiS. NKtl'l'KAIi IN NO'IHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T SATURDAY. DECEMBER d, 1877. " NO: 34 The Arizona SentineL Published every Saturday by tbii Santinel Publishing Company. fcEORCE TYKQ, - - Editor kSD GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription t Bneyear ;?5 00 feix months 3 00 Mingle copies 12 Adver tlslns : t)ne inch, each insertion ;.$2 50 Each subsequent insertion -.1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Joli Prlntlnsr? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr Heads, Circular?, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. paTCurrency taken at par. C. W. Craxe, Agent, 420 Montgomery St.4 Sax Francisco. PIONEER NEWS DEPOT Oi" Arizona. Established in 1870, by J. S. Mansfield, Tucson, Arizona, Dealer in newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, School Books. Stationery, Cutlery, EtCa The Best Brands 6t Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand. '"Orders for Books and Papers promptly attended to. INSURANCE Can now be effect...

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 December 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. lVorlc for Onr Oclejratc. Now that Stevens 1ms fairly set tled to his work at Washington, lie should move for an appropria tion to enlarge our Territorial Pri son and to defray the maintenance therein of United States prisoner.-;. In every other Territory prisons have been builton Federal money: Arizona alone has built her prison Without aid. The funds at her disposal have been disbursed wiih a care and good ju(igmnt,-thai re flect credit on the commissioners. Our pr;'s n is the safest and most commodious, of its size, on the Coast. It is built on a plan that admits of its ready enlargement. It is not yet full. Some of its oc cupants are prisoners of the United States. Other prisom rs of the United States have been sent from this Territory to the California State Prison at San Quentin. This was wrong. As long as Arizona has to- spend money" to keep up her prison, she is entitled to every cent that the Government' pays for supporting prisoners ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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