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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 December 1877

:ona Sentinel. SATURDAY, December 1. MATTERS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sextixcl office. m o f FREnERiCKSBURQ BEER on draft at Hor ton's. It Las few equals. Polpek's Block has been sold to G. A. Ringwald for $3000. Dirt cheap. a The Gihi got in from Ehrenberglast Sun flay with few passengers and light freight. g George Feick is now sole proprietor of the Colorado Market and makes a spec ialty of choice cuts. Bio fire at Saa Diego yesterday mornin Six buildihgs burned on Fifth street, wqst side, between I and J streets. P. M. Fisher sold his line house in Eh- reuberg about a month ago to Frank Sny der and Johnny Meyers. Now Meyers has sold to Snyder. A xice MacNeale & Urban safe goes by to-days boat for J. R. Dall & Co., of Alex andria at the Peck mine. It is the favorite safe on this Coast. II. S. Fitzgerald tfc Co. have a large lot of line tobaccos and cigars. They were so gocd and so cheap that the Arm was tempted to overbuy itself. 'S. Purdy, Jr., has moved his law off...

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. — 1 December 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : DECEMBER 1. The Waj- they Una Religion In On Saturday j tin; 13th inst, the following advertisement was found near the place wbrea man was whipoed in thd nanie of 3od. NOTICE. This is td certify that on Saturday night the 6th of October, 1877. the Rev. Dr. Rusiel was called to see a mover's wife, camped at this place, and on the Doctor's arrival, three other men came out and captured h'm, and hit I.im"a hundred licks with a leather strac, and let him loose on condi tion that he would not lecture or debate on infidelity any moro in this country. Now a word to Nunnely, Posey, Marshall, and I:i fact to all the leading men of the inlide! club: If any of you take his place, we will burn voti out of house and home, and hang you until you re dead. If any man in this county is injured on account of what hits betin done, we will burn you iill out. We have got fifty men to back us. " Gents, Ave mean business; infidelity has got to stop in this county as wel...

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. — 8 December 1877

Jinrrr r J3i jo D E ir i iv ATjIj things; ?f3XJTllAx, IN NOTIIIIVO: VOL., VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1877. . 35. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company; CEORGE TYtfG, - - - Editor AND geneual business agent. Subscription : One year : .?o 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies 12 A.d.vertlslns: ' One inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion .1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job iPx'intirisr; Leal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr HeadSi Circulars, Labclsj Cards, Pro; grammes, etc., printed in every style,- "with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par, C. W. Crane, Agent, 420 Montgomery S"t., San Francisco. PIONEER NEWS DEPOT Of -A-X'izona. i 'Established in 1S70, by J. S. Mansfield, Tucson Arizona, Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, Schooi Books. Stationery, CUtlery, Etc. The Best Brands of dinars and Tobacco Always on Hand. arOrders for Books and Papers promptly attended to. INSUR...

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

Arizona Sentinel. S-VrUROAY, : : : : DECEMBER 8. Simple. President Hayes, in his messagp, with naive simpiicty regrets that ttie commerce of Mexico is con-juato ducted by foreigners other than Americans, and intimates that in j this direction we are not showing I our usual enterprise. Perhaps he I don't, know that in Mexico our I flag is only a rag that protects j nothing; that mining men usually send to British Columbia for a British passport before venturing far into Mexico, and pass themsel ves off down there for Englishmen. Perhaps he don't know that, when the American merchants were imprisoned at Monterey and Sal tillo and their property confiscated, Seward refused to interfere, say ing that the United States were big enough for all their citizens, and that they must stay at home if they wanted to be protected. And in hooraying for this Inno cent we last fall spiled a rich tenor voice ! 1 Coincidence. Oddly enough our Miner came wrapped in a communication ad dressed to that jou...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 December 1877

rizona Sentinel. OATUKDAY, DECEMBER 8. LOCAL MjVdnTiRfe. B.vkuit Metal for sale at tlic Sentinel office. Passlngeh travel lias increased very touch lately on carpj boats and stages. A complete assaying outfit was forwarded by stage on Wednesday, to M. T. Brown at Tucson. -Q Monteverdb & GANDOLrb have got comfortably settled into their new" sto're A Siibll road is being made by Horton in front of bis stand. He sells oysters at San Francisco prices 14 lor a dollar. The shells bIiow whether our folks like 'em. Ass its from the .Mammoth and another I ng properties in Montana and takes an interest in such enterprises, though he is here chiefly in search of health. Mr. E.Cor.klin.an artist connected with Frank Leslie and agent of the American Press Association, is- also a. guest of the parly J NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. NOTICE is hereby given that the tax roll of Yuma county, for the year 1H7, has been placed in my hand for collection, and that the taxes assessed thereon are now IIenky Hovt...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 December 1877

Abizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. The Little Mac Silver Mining- Company has been incorporated to prospect, develop and work the mine known as Little Mac, in the Globe district, Pinal county, Arizona, with a capital stock of SIO.000.000 and the following directors: J. M. Martin, James Fulton, Michael Tiernay, A. H. Vail, A. P. Overton, J. D. Lawson and Thomas B. Hayes. The Isabella Mill and Mining- Company has been incorporated to operate in Globe district, Pinal county, Arizona. Capital stock, 10,000,000. Directors: John Hews- ton, Jr., J. D. Gray, S. G. Holbrook, G. W. Osborn and J. H. Williams. o Dexton', Texas, has a desperado named Joe Faust, whose tactics are rather pecul iar. Cocking a pistol on a divine he made him got down on his hands and feet, bleat like a sheep, and compelled him to butt an oak tree till he made the acorns fall. During the late combats before Plevna the Russians left scattered about the tieU a large quantity of bank notes, which Turkish money change...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 December 1877

IVEUTlRAJL, l3f NOTHING, VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 45, 4877. NO. 3d The Arizona Sentinel. 'Published every Saturday byllic v&e&tinel Publishing Company 2E0BCE TYNQ, - - - Editor JLND GEXEIl.YL, BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription : One year.... ... ?5 00 8ix months... 3 00 Single copies 12 PROFESSIONAL C A R DS Attorneys at Hiixav Arizona in Congress. ! English Food of tin' 10th I'entnry. HENRY N. ALEXANDER, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBTIC. Commissioner of Deeds for the States of California and Pennsylvania. We are in receipt of Bills, intro- Ctmm apnpr contributed to a ladies 1 ' Inl, Ai V.7,V,... If. .11 i duced in the Hou.-e of Represen- ' nn,riu f ., ' . 1 One or the first evidences of progress in ttltivesby Hon. II. S. Stevens-of civ,li2ati n,s, naturally, refinement of food, Arizona, from Which we extract and it more than keeps pace with the ad the following. j Tiince of general lel'memeiit, until it be- 1GJJ. Tiie council of Arizona shall con- conies of irt...

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 December 1877

Arizona S entin el. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. John P. Clum, of the Citizen, has been doingr (he Globe country. We bet he obtained many subscri bers. He is quite ppuUr in that Section among th'e oluer settlers, who knew him well while he was Affent for the San Carlos Indians and who fully endorsed his admin istration of tint position. Some of the newcomers "tender-feet," who never saw an Indian bef ore seem to consider it "knowing" to repeat the old military yarns about thieving, incompetent In dian agents. But older residents know better and are apt to fit that boot to the army leg. The New York Republikaner, a German paper,, of December 2d comes out with a first class edi torial lauding R. C. McCormick, late Asst. Secretary ol the Treas urer. If its longest German words are complimentary In proportion to the shorter ones, our saur kraut friends must think he is "a bigger man than old Grant." To gratify some of his mat y warm friends friends in this Territory we give the following extr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 December 1877

mitt niniihrii ihT'i'i 3NA Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. LOCAL JUTTEBS. Babbit Metal for sale at 1 Sentinel office. The democratic cominitt" of Yavapai tounty Lave had another nt cting thatv nll. -. Our thanks an- due to Hon. R. C. Mc "Cormick, of Arizona, Tor public docu ments. , , . , t L, The Feast has been it active progress :all the Week and bus tonislibuniucu.cn .joymctit. -O- 1 Government grub W stile; condemned Subsistence stores of-FortYuma; army too poor to advertise. f Tue new coiifUble for this township, Isaac P. St C.hrfr. L..s his headquarter at Hood & B,Us, 'o ner Main and Third streets. All biie .n trusted to him will be faithfully attended to. Go abroad foi home news. The Tucson "Star says that ,'ames Quintan has disposed tf his freight vasrons and teams, and has .Rene out of tte freight business. He will -attend strictly to blacksmithing, with headqrarter; ft Yuma. Thi attention of miners is invited to ouadve'tsement of tbe furnace invent ed b; Prrf. Rickard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 December 1877

"'I! I I I I I I nil I I I IB I I m Akizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15- Abont Conjrrt'ssmcii'sPay. . A Rhode Island banker writes to the Treasurer of the United States as follow; Do you pay the "ailver"' Congressmen oft' in silver? By the Eternal. I would It would bring fiem to their senses, to receive Bay $400 monthly, in tradi dollars or halves' Stories of the Early Days Coldly Fnriifaheil Forth, for Adul terated Pioneers, A seedy looking individual dropped into the ofilce of a Front street merchant the other day. and waited his turn for nn audi ence. His naturally thin countenance was elongated till he looked ike a man who had got a point from McDonald and used it, but he made short work of introducing himself. " T am a reminiscenccr," he said. " I fur nish reminiscences of the earliest times' for lots of old gentlemen who didn't get he-e till and later, and they get them off to English tourists and at swell dinners. You must excuse my looks, for the work Is wearing on my co...

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. — 22 December 1877

E? -v. iivrEiEvrE?f'r in ail.il. tiii:vc;h. NEUTKAL IX NOTHING, VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1877. NO. 37. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday byllie Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORGE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL business agent. Subscription : One year ?5 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies A,cLvcrtlsins : One Inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duccd rates. Job Irintinar; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. EgTCurreiicy taken at par: C. W. Crane, Agent, 420 Montgomery St, - San Francisco. PIONEER NEWS DEPOT Or Arizona. .-: Established in 1870, by J. S. (Mansfield Tucson, Arizona. Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, School Books. Stationery, Cutlery, Etc. Tk Best Brands of Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand. cyOrders for Books and Papers promptly INSURANCE Can now be effected in ...

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. — 22 December 1877

Aeizona Sentinel SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23. Arizona at Paris. Hon. R. C. McCormick, of Ari zona, has been appointed United States Commissioner General to the Paris Exposition, and the ap pointment will meet the hearty approval of the whole country No land or people has been more persistently lied about than has Arizona and her inhabitants. Gov McCormick will represent us and in his own person, correct many erroneous ideas fastened upon the European mind. In him visitors from all parts or the world may be disappointed by finding a genuine Arizonan untanned by the siroc cos ot a desert, clad in the usual vestments of civilization,of speech unmarked by useless profanity and "of manners differing little from those of St. James, Versailles Prescott or Yuma. They will miss the traditionary pistol, expectora tion, buckskin habiliments and long hair with ends carefully tuck ed under; they will not find his boot legs outside his trowsers nor to anv extent taking the place of a handkerchief. From...

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. — 22 December 1877

-c Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : DECEMBER 22. LOCAL MATTERS. Choice groceries for the holidays at Fitzgerald & Co's. The telegraph station and operator have been moved from Stanwix to Burke's. The Silver King mine declared a second dividend of fifty cents a share, paid Decem ber 20th. Quicksilver, bullion moulds and a large quantity of supplies are here for the Town send mill, Globe district. The Colorado did not get off last Satur day, as advertised. She left after arrival of detained train, Sunday morning. The Northern King Mining Co. seems to be keeping up its lick. Large lots of tools and supplies go forward to them this week. Frhsh eastern otsters for Christmas, Alive and fat. In the shell or onened to order at Horton's saloon, Leave your or ders early. The S. F. Post says the Southern Pacific Railroad men intend to push on from Yuma to El Paso within two years. They have said that before. Lucky the U. S. Commissioners accept ed the railroad before the last wash out oc ...

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 December 1877

Arizona Sentinel. OF- T.' -"F!! Ttimncacori Camp. Rcportsfrom Tuniaeocari Camp slill com rirnr the richness of the lode. The main Shaft is abolit 70' feet deep, and the two Walls' well defined, six feet apart. The rich streak of dark gray and green ores assay ing in the thousands, is from four inches to two fact in width; it was lost ttt the water level at the depth of fifty feet; for ten' feet li came in sit the hanging wall in a two inch streaky then at the Toot Wall about four inches, which shows that within a few feet lies a large body or the same ore which may come in at any lime the width of the Vein. In the drift at the fifty foot level the vein is traced the whole length of the 32 feet, and also varies from five to 24 inches. The main shaftis the center of Liberty and Mohawk mines. When 100 fret down two lerels will be started, one on each mine. The water comes in about three feet in the bottom of the shaft, keeping a Douglass pump pretty busy to keep it dry. As soon as poss...

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 December 1877

irVDDSi'TJIDN IV things. rTZETJTKX, 1JN" IVOTIJIjSTG. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1877. NO. 38. The Arizona Sentinei. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORCE TYNG, Editor XXD GENERAL BUSINESS AG EXT. Subscription, s One year .' 65 00 8ix months " 00 Single copies 12 JLtlver tisins : One inch, each insertion 2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re 4uced rates. . Jo1 Pi'imtlnss ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with oeatness and dispatch. .JSPCurrency taken at par. XD. W. Cbaxe, Agent, 423 Montgomery St., Sax Fuaxcisco. DAVID NEAHR. JC&in Street, -.40 California Street, Yuma A. T. San Francisco. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C ENERAL RCHAKDISE. invites attention to the best selected and most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of KJrocenes, Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tohacco,...

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. — 29 December 1877

Arizona Sentinel. jATUKDAV. DECE.MBEK 2'J. Worts for Hen. Truman. As an instance of the utter cuss edness of the mail sprvice be tween Mohave county and Yuma, via Ehrenberg, we will state that we last week received notice that there had been mailed to the Sen tinel a copy of the resolutions published on our first page.. That copy has not come to hand yet; it has shared the fate of a number of letters for us that never passed the Ehrenberg onice. We reprint the resolutions from the Miner. A number of packages have been mailed at Yuma for Aubrey and other points in Mohave county, unrlereireumstances that preclude the possibility of mistake, that never reached their destination. Some of them were mailed in the presence of the railway route agent and his recollection is dis tinct in having transferred them at Dos Palms for Ehrenberg. Mohave county has suffered enormous damage from the mis carriage of its mails via the Ehren berg -post office. Major Ben. Truman is now the Special Agent i...

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

SNA. Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : DECEMBER 29. LOCAL MATTEBS. The Mohave sails to-day for the mouth of the river to bring up Barge No. 4, -which has been down there on the gridiron for repairs. The San Francisco offices of Col. James M. Barney have been moved Irom 004 Cali fornia street to 'J20, over Wells, Pargo & Co's. bank. The first frost of the season occurred here on Thursday morning. It was a very light waisted frost and only seen by our early b'irds. Following the example of the Aztec party, another lot of capitalists is coming here next week. They g. to examine nine mines that have been secured for them in Globe district. A runaway team knocked down the porch ol Sisson & Wallace's store last Sun day. The crash was terrific and momen tarily awakened a few sluggish consciences. No other harm done. Agkaxu calico ball was given at Jones' hall on Christinas Eve, and a regular ball at the court house on Christinas night by Leo. Furrer. Everybody had a good time and all passe...

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. — 29 December 1877

Arizona Sentinel. ATLFKUAi DECEMBER 2!). Seott ami Sim ZHego. Here is what a citizen of San Diego wrote last spring to a San Francisco paper: Some year ago the Congress 01 the United States gave a charter to the Tcxms Pacitic Railway Company to builda-oad from Texas to this city, ami accompanied the ciurter with a grant of public lands. Soon after Thomas A. Scott, President of said company, with a retinue of United States Senators-anu Congressmen, appear- ed afSan Diego to-as he gave out-inau- gurate work at that places and he did it in this wise: He stated his terms at a meeting oiine citizens, anuuu-yaccepieuinem. m j whIcll denied to stimulate its lleetness. accordance therewith we immediately pur- j Down that hard beach flciv th(. mu,ej lha chased and turned over to the said coin-; light cart hohVm.. and staying, and the panythc lands and franchises of the old j d,iver's arm rising and falling as he dealt Gila company, at a cost of over 650,000. out lagh aflcr ,ash Atas, near th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 January 1878

K IV O TV r r IX A3L.1L, THINGS. IVJHTJTRA.Ij IX NOTIIIXG. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1878. NO. 39. VOL. VI. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by t!iu Sentinel Publishing Coiapany. SEOaGE TYKC, - - - Editor AXD GEXEliAL BCSIXE35 AG EXT. Sitbsci-lptioxi 'Onc year Six months "Single copies Advcr tislsil? : 'One inch, each insertion 'Each subsequent insertion ..?5 00 . oo . 12 .52 50 ..1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job Printins; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 42(5 Montgomery St., Sax Fuaxcisco. DAVID NEAHR. Hain Street, 40 California Slreet, Yuma A. T. San Francisco. "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C ENERAL 'ERCHANDISE. Invites attention to the best selected anil most complete stock ever offered in this market, consisting in part, of Groceries, Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 5 January 1878

A iuzoxA Sentinel. 3ATUUDAY, JANUARY 5. Arizona Treasure for 1S77. A very clear and complete state ment has been published by J. .T. Valentine, sup'tof Vella. Fargo & Co's. express, of the treasure production for 1877 of the country west of the' Missouri river. To Arizona he assigns $122,SG7 gold bullion, carried by express. But during the year a much larger quantity has been shipped by mail of which he takes no note. Our silver bullion by express he values at $506,549. We believe the books of the McCrackin and Peck mines alone will show a production of that quantity during the year. Besides that, nearly all the silver produced in Globe district goes to Silver City and is obviously re ported in the product of New Mexico. Our l ase bullion he fig ures at Sl,759,206. The total pro duction of Arizona for 1877, he values at $2,3S8,2C6. Tothisshould be added fair estimates for the bullion already mentioned above, and at least $00,000 more as the value of the output of copper bul lion...

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