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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 23 August 1879

r ' t S. P. R. R- COMMENGING MONDAY, Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Yi1il leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 1 r A. M. DAILY Via L. A. A I. VliO R.R. Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) 9JT A. M. DAILY Local Pas oO sender Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A.M.) 10 t i -i A A. SI. 1 J. 1 J. J cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:80 P. SI.) t i cp. M. DAILY San Francisco JL I X D Express Tr.tin, conuetlng at iathrop with the Atlantic Exoress Train of tlte CentriU Pac'rfc Railroad. ( Arriven at 1 :3a r n.) iT ? M. DAILY Arizpna Ex pr'ss, connecting at Yuma with duilv ri-iire for Ehrenbcn;, v .:h Colo rado River sk-auiers, and with daily trains of the Southern Pacific Railroad of Ari zona for Casa ijrai.de, (180 miles cast of Tmna.. Dwil bt:iir f at Mancoi-a lor i r. s.-ntt Phipilis. Florence and 1 ucson Returnii.ir the train leaves Casa Grande at 5:25 A. St., Maricopa at 7 A. SL, aud is due at Y...

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. — 23 August 1879

&T&JL2fT OjPJEjVIIVG Lord & Williams, TUCSON, - - ARIZONA. Will display for public inspection out of the argest anfl Most Attractire Stoote Ever brought to this market. They have arranged to have arrive Months a complete assortment of such goods as the people of Arizona may want and they can sell them "at Wholesale and Retail, CHEAPER than they can be afforded from aoy other market, not excepting the much extolled Guaymaa Route. We have taken especial pains to import fine goods, such as we can warrant, and Id the line of NICE THINGS TO EA.T, We have endeavored to cater to the taslce of all. We have a complete stock of Dress Goods, Goods, Hats, Carpets, Cents' furnishing Clothing Hardware, Gum Goods- Drugs and Medicines, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Groceries and Provisions, and a complete assortment of Sxxtlox-s' Goods. Close buyers will find it to their advan tage to examine our goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. LORD & WILLIAMS. Colorado Hotel. Gila Street...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1879

.' if INDEPENDENT TIN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING I VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. NO. .24r 4i Tfte Arizona Sentinel. , Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGfc TY540, - - - Editor . or: -AL HUSINBSd AGBJtT. One yof! SixtnimthiJ.. Single eop' ...$5 ... 12 One inch, each insertion .1 ill cni9f.nnpnt, iristertion .?2 50 ..125 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Jfol rintlnsr; Xegal-Bkuiks,. BYiefe.Bill-IIeads, letter Heads. Circular?. Labels, Card?r Pro grammes, etc., printed hi every Btyle, witn neatnesa and diapatch. ".Currency taken at par. . C. W. Cuane, Aijent, S28 Montgomcry.St.,. SaxFsancjco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, ?resc6tll Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Trcscott, : , : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney a't Liiw, jfucVdn, ': :'' -. ' Pima CountyiArizona.- L. A. MULLAN, Tah:t6bney at law, "Yuma, Amzoxa . 23 'Q- F. TO WNSEND, Deputy U. S. . Mineral Surveyor, FOUAUIZOXA. Yuma, Ariz...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1879

233 Arizona " Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUOUSTSD; 1879- A Tempest In a Tcnpot. TJmier this caption the Miner if the 22d gives half a eoluran of scoring to- the Sent.ineh, but so mild awl wishy-wafchy that, in-vectives-and? insolence aside, the article confirms our statements in regard to- the issuing to the people-a mass of rubbish certified under the seal of the Territory as being the Laws' as- passed by the last Legislature wheVjt Is noth ing of the Kind; We did not jump, to the conclu sion that the mistake was' perpe trafed intentionally (in that case It would have been worse than a mistaker but we did attribute it to grosa carelessness. Had these laws beeu given us in March or April, mistakes,, if rectified, could be excused, but when six months elapse there is no excuse for er rors that could have ben cor rected by ordinary revision and comparison. We received on the 23d Inst several: copies of what the Miner calls "corrected copies of the Law," from the Superintendent of Public Inst...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1879

S. P. R- COMMENCING MONDAY, Aug. 18th, 1879. Ad until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS T-u l(Jl..n. L03 ANGELES as follows: - yf DAILY Via L. A. & I. Q i li It 'Local Passenger Tram M DAI : Y Local Pas- 10:35 ,... i Train wnnincion. tT1vsat:lOA.3L)' -d -i v. M. -DAILT--Sr.il Irttn- Third ClAccoahi. M) - itP 1L DAILY Saa irnrisco 1 I 1 0 Express Traiu, counetsUnij at iathrop with the Atlantic Egress Tram of tke Central Pacific Railroad. (Arrives at 1:55 r M.) 0 0 k P. M. DAILY Arizona r ZlZD press, connecting at Yuma 'with daily stage for Ehrenteru. w t lr Colo rado River steamers, and with daily trains of the Southern Pacific Railroad of An zona for Casa Grande, (ISO miles east of Yuma). Dailv stages at JIarrcopa for .Prescott, Phoerlix, Florence and Tucson. Returniusr the train leaves Casa Grande .t 5:35 A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. M.t and Is luo at Yuma at 4:25 P. M. . . (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) O .OA P M. DAILY Local Passcn eer Traiu to Wilmington. (Arrives at250 P. M.) 4AA P- M....

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 30 August 1879

.:JL. Tl. Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - AUGUST 20, 1879 Anothor Railway Bridge for 3ffi- a&ara Hlvcr. In 1849 the Lewiston Suspension Bridge Company and the Queenstown Suspension Bridge Company were organized, the first on this side and the second on the Ctm'ada- side of the Niagara River. Thej built a Lis:hTvaj:suspeasion bridge at Lewiston, and maintained it for some time. -It blew over one'dayand was never repaired. The ruins of the -structure still remain in the : fore -of masonry on each side of the rir- er, and one 'cable still suspended. Tiie Oswego Palladium says that the Rome, "Watertown and the Great Western (Oan .iacla) railway companies have bought the stock of the-old companies above named and formed -a company with $1,000,000 capital tobuiltt a bridge at Lewiston. The "work will be begun immediately. The bridec will toe one of the finest of the ; kinflin the world. The rrrer at the point to b ecrossed is'600 feet wide. The feridge will be a steel truss structure of...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 September 1879

. Aoatt VOL. VIII. file Arizona Sentinel. t Published every Saturday by the SenUnel Publishing Company. CEORCEr TYNCT"- - " Editor AND QTSNlinAI. BUSINESS AGEKX. . Sirbsoription i One year....'. Six months -. Single-copies. ... jV3."VertiRinr Oaedncb, each insertion &vch subsequent-insertion -- Contract; by the yiir or quarter at. re duced rates: " ' ' Legal Bhuiks, Briefs. BUl-Heads; Letter -Heads. Circulars. Xabeft, Cards, fro. grammes,' etc., printed In every atyle, with ; 'neatness and dispatch; j TCurrency taken -at par. C. W. Crake. Agent, 82S Montgomery Stn ' ' San FhaKCIsco. w vRUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Xaw,' Prescott, ,,?, : Arizona- " paol "weber, " Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott,' f : Arizona. W. STREET, ' Attorney at Law, fuceon,': ' : Pima County, Arizona.: L. A. SV1ULLAT4, ATTORNEY ,AT LAW, TCMA, Arizona O. F. TOWNSSND, . Doputyl U.jS. Mineral .surveyor, POU AKIZOSA. J. JTuraa. i : Arizona : SAIUEL HAWlSLTOf?, ; ' .ATJQP.NEY-AT-LA W, Muer$ahye county,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 September 1879

Akizona Sentinel. 6 AT flit DAT, SEPT. fi. 179 Our apology toour re view for not delivering; them the Ssnti Hf. on- time this morning, id, that we fe.fcsura they would pre fer tlie latest news by telegram 6f the Ualwornla elections ; we thereforo keyt our forms open until the receipt of the following: Special to the Sentinel. Lot ANQBLE3, Sept 6j 11 a. m Latest reports show Ferkiat wltt-cary. the ?3tate by at least 20,000. plurality ;two Congress, merr sure; three probable and three quite possible. Ayers, Wocklngmea'a canl 4a ta from 4th District concedes the alec Uoq of Pacheco, his Republican compet itor. Los Angeles City complete; Perkins 697, White 842, Glean 709, Pacheco 867 Ayer 1034, Leach 440. Los Angeles County now sure; Bjtt. Una Democratic Sbtrln elected;- al0 Potts, Clerk; 8epulveda, Dem. and How ard, Workinjrman, elected Judged; minor offices divided between Republicans and Democrats. Interest now centers oa Ban Francisco City and County; Perktna -carries the City L by ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 September 1879

. P. R. R- I SQMMENCIKG MONDAY, Aug. 1 8th, 1879. Uti. mnttl further aotlee, TRAINS AND BOATS ia luaTt LOS ANGELES as follows: f. - H )L-DAILY-VSa L. A. & I I r Local Passeiieer Train jEiiijAe. (Arrfveo at 8:00 A. M.) Of A. M. DAILT-Local Pas T(l lor) Maeer Train toWllmlntrton. 1 V (jrrlves at 9:10 A. M.) O -i n A. M. DAILY Sen Fran- XU clseo Through Freight and Ird am Accommodation Trahi. y Y M. DAILY-San Francisco liD Express Train, conneetln. at ttjoiwtththt Atlantic Express Train .4 tsCatrl Pacific Railroad. (XrrlTca at 1:55 M.) w ".IS vrlaosa Ex it Yuma with Colo dally train oad of Ari lea east of ncopa for -d Tucson. ik Grande Strand i -Of e- - : "(Arrlrea at 10:15 A. M.) 3 OA r. M. DAILY Local Passen :30 T!k) a A P. M. DAILY Local Passen 4jUU Ker Train to 8nta Ana, con tln with URn M ) 4r A P.- If. Sunday" Excepted Via SOU L. A. fc I. B. R-Locl Passen- otlee.-On Sundays this train will 'hartSant Monica at 5:30 P. M., and Los ,Ageles at6:50 P.M. TICKETOFFICES: ' Ommerelal ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 September 1879

a r . ir ii i Abizona Sentinel. SEPT. 6, 1879 THE A Vietim or - Pinafore.", Admiral Horatio Binnacle, the venera- lile retired set-st-rpenr who lives on Wes.t Seveuty-eeventh street, mysteriously d're- appeared about five weeks ago, to the grief and consternation of his friends Oii-Thursday night, -he reappeared as mys- tcriously as Iik had gone; and instead ,of boldly marching up to the front door he sua into an area entrance and retired. He ke.pt his room on Friday, but in the eve ning thp forceof. habitvorercame,him;and with sorooi of his old-time manner he stood up in his accustomed pluce in the parlor. But he was- sadly changed. He went away slout.joliy, bright-eyed. He came back emaciated, bent, dimmed. "For weeks," he said, I had attended the 'Fmaforc.' How many times I went to the Standard, the Fifth Avenue, the Broad way, the Lyceum and the other places, I never figured up;'but I thought I should never tire of the fresh, bright .music and the delightful nonsense. Like all t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1879

INDEPENDENT IN .AXJC THINGS. 2ETJTKA.2L ir NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1878. NO. 23. The Arizona Sentinel. Fvbllsbod every Satoidny bytlie Sentinel Publishes;? Company. vRCE TYKG, - - - Edlter jLfc-sx ElUi BCSIHSSS AGENT. t' .$3 oa . S UO . 12 O 6&ch insert cm . ..$3 50 ...1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at ro- cucea raw. Joh PriaCtnvi 1 LegsA Blanks. Brief. mi-Hecde, Lettr Head. Circulars, Label, Cards, Pro grammes, etc. nrlnUri hTeirorj stylo, with aeatuess and dispatch. "Currency Uken at par. C. W. .Crake, Agent, 328 Montgomery 8L, San Fbaxcisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Itti-w, ffreicptt. Aristona. PAUL WEBER, -Attorney. and Oonlor at Iw, , prMcott, : : : : Arizona W. STREET, Attorney at Law, ffucson, : : : R County, Arizona- L. A. MULLAK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yoma, - - . - - AmzoxA O. P. TOWKSEND, Deputy U- S.Jfllneral Surveyor, 3? . LHIZOJTA. -runws. : : :. Arizona ? 'AtWUEt. HA H-TOH, ATTORNEY-A 1 AW, Park, Mohmre county, Arizona. pra...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 13 September 1879

Abizona Sentinel. s a runner. " SEPT. 13, 1879 Many Arizonans are making arrangements In the" Eastern 8t?ite8 to raife capital for devel opment of several meritorious mining properties in Arizona. 1 his object id being accomplished more slowly than otherwise would be the case owing to the genera! absence from business centers of men of means who are still at watering places. By next month they wiJl have returned and mnch capital will be Invested u oar mines. The sam9 amount of coin exists a3 heretofore, and must be invested. Capitalists re quire larger rate3 of .interest than the four per centum jaid on Gov-, eminent Bonds or the two per; cent per annum paid by Tmsi Companies, and nothing at the East offers such inducements for investment as do the mining in terests of Arizona particularly as the Leadville, Col. excitement is already on the wane. The Castle Dome District is be ing recognised as meritorious" property, and such steps are now being taken as will ensure ample capital fo...

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 September 1879

r ' J 8. P. R- R- COMMENCING MONDAY, Aug. 18th, 1870. nd ontll further notice, TRAINS ASD BOATS Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9 r A. M. DAILY Via L, A. & I. I H Lochl Passenger Train te &u Moafi. (ArrlV at 8:00 A. M.) .ft nfl II. DAILY Local Pas I 0 aenger Train to Wilmington. 1 V .0J (Arrives at 9:10 A. II.) n -f A A. M. DAILY San Fran- lU clsco Through Freight and Third Cu Accommodation Train. W (Arrive at 13:30 P. M.) A H r ? SI DAILY 8aa Francisco 1 eiO Express Train, conne-tlng at U.-krop with the Atlantic El;s TiJo Oeatfal PacWc Railrord (Arrives ai 1 .55 P M) . - xr nATTJY ArixfTi- Ex- V" ri ns. connecting at Yuma J i daily stage for Ehrenbere, with Colo !. . River stumers, and with daily traine of L W Pottle Railroad ot Arl eona for Canruwnde, (ISO miles east of Yuma). Dailv staires at Maricopa Tor -Prescott, Phoenix, Florence and Tucson. SSe fte train leaves Casa Grande Jt MB A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is -dut at Yuma at 435 P. M. . ... (Arrive at ,10:15 A...

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. — 13 September 1879

'i ' ilEIZONA SENTINEL. SATURDAY. SEPT. IS, 1879 Four houa-H xji the dnr. It is a humiliating confession to make V ccoraphj is pitHes3. aud our national va;ajriory must bow to its decrees that for. fdVr hours ia every t ..euty.fonr the entire territory of tba United States ia deprived of sunshine. As the aun goes down on our farthest Aleutian island its morula? ray3 are just lighting u. the hill tops of the weas'orn cca3t of Ireland, and the breadth of the Atlantic lies be tweeu us and dayli-rht. To our Fenian citizens this may be another and cogent reason for annexing the dear little isle of the harp and the shamrock; bt;t until it is done the exultant cry of the Jlocky 2Iou.nla.in Presbyterian, that the sun never sets on the United States, must be admit ted to be a trillc.csaggcrated. Jt does set every day, and, paradoxically, four hours before it rises. Ia tLe.i rth o'our humiliation we may possibly coiweie ourselves with the reflec ted thaS though our Bruish cousins can say with...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1879

. zj--- -'- " 'jZZ- . ' - . . - ;ii i . , Z. JlILilM f we Atizoiu cn(tticl. i VOL, VIII: YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. 4. i The Arizona 8htinel. PubHeb4 every Batarday by the GEORGE TYNc77- " ' Editor AND GBNEBSmroSlHBSS XQKXT. hie yVar..... blx moaUiB. . Single copies . a oo . 32 AivertiBixj WKiJ"larEe Quantities of notes have jrifc inch. acii-lnfecsliba' cr-Kso.niiwnt Insertion ,...3-25 Conlretts-by tfaoyfar or quarter aire- job I:rtri cintf i Blank, Briefs', BlilwHods; Letter: Heads, Circular?,. Latwla, Cards, Pro grammes, etc. printed in every style, wita -neainef s and dispatch. . Bjfreacy'tikeh at par. C. "W. CiriHrf, Agest, S28 Montgomery 8L, &AH Fkaxcisco. RUSH A WELLS, Attor&ejr at Law, ?recqtt. Arixona. AUL WEBER, Ati6rT aid Cfr-! at Law, fresctt, Arizona. W. STREET, Attoraey at Law fwjon, : : : Kitfa County, Arizona. L. A. MULL AN, attorney at law, Tcua, A&IZ0KA. '' O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Wlneral Surveyor, TO AB1X0JTJU turns, Arizona 3AUC ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1879

1 Aeizoxa Sentinel. SATURDAY.. SEPT.M, 1879 We notice that a portion of the Press of the Pacific Coast lately teams with advice to Eastern capitalists and investors warning them against the tricks of mining sharps. The Impressions seems to be thatero is a great mining ex cite'raent at the East and that there, are innumerable persons ready and even anxious to b de ceived, that any shrewd talker from the coast can dispose of a mere surface prospect or a hole in the ground and that the question of title is but a secondary affair. Fools and dupes there still are and new generations of them are constantly growing for the mark et, but by far the majority of Eastern investors are -csol, cau tious men and fully as u long headed " as are the business peo ple of this slope. Pessimists are not wanting amongst the journal ists of the "East, they also have columns of warning and either through prejudice or ignorance have tried to raise an outcry against, the interest in mining enterprises now pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1879

. .s. P- Ri R- COMMENCING MONDAY, Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS tll leave L08 ANGELES aa follows: s -i r . DAILY Via L. A. & I. J7 1 1 0 R- R Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) i A OCA. M. DAILY Lcal Pas- I U 2 O 0 center Train to Wilmington, i V w "(Arrive8 at9:10 A. M.) jjHA A. M. DAILY San Fran. I I 1 V clsco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:80 P. M.) 1-t r P. M. DAILY San Francisco SID Express Train, connestlng at Lithrop With the Atlantic Express Train '-Vc Central Pacific Eailroad. (Arrives at 135 PM.) r-v p u DAILY Arizona Ex- 'Aft r.H. connoctinc: at Yuma Riib oily stasefor Ehrenberg, with Colo :o S vdr stf .seers, and with daily trains '-ae c-;uHru Pacific Railroad of Arl i r.- nLa. a-nde. fl80 miles east of ;rui), "Dall- sutges at Maricopa for I'rescvt Phub - "Florence and Tucson. Rehirnir,s theTxam leaves Casa Grande at 5:B5 A. ML, Maricopa at 7 A. Ji., ana is due at I uraa at...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 20 September 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY. SSPT.M, 1879 hydrophobia Successfully Treated With Curare. The Medical Record of August 9 gives a ietalled report of a case of hydrophobia successfully treated with curare, by Dr. r' ""cuuu, 01 Wickrath, Rhenish The subject was a servant. ,i,.i w of age, who was bitten in the heel by a aog.juiy 38,1874. Two days after the wound was cauteriaed by means of a concentrated solution of caustic pot ash, and shortly after the girl underwent a course of treatment for hydrophobia -Subsequently for three" months or more, ithe wound was kept suppurating under ithe direction of a local physician. Seeing (that the PARA rrda Mi - receiving proper trentnient, the pastor of the place brought about the transfer of th'a patient to a hospitaj, where she was received October 8. Atrthat time the wound, on the out. j side of the left foot, extending1 from the ' tendon Achilles over the dorsum.presented a reddish .grahulathd surface about the size of .the tpaJm of the hand. Und...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 September 1879

rnlitttl. IJVXEE2Vl33TV'r JJV AJL.IL. THINGS. NEUTRAL 1IV NOTHING VOL. VIIL YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879. NO- 25. Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel PublisEing Company. CEORCE TYNC, - - - Editor aud general Bnarsrass agent. Subscription t One year iXIEM-th9... 3lngle copies. .$500 . 3 00 . 13 AclvertleiJaSr i Use In,-, ttc; mxv:. $2 so :ch-BttbseQl-i laser Uon UontracwDy . sr orquaiw i ducea rates. Job 2?rln. ins ? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter; Heads. Circulars. Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed iu every style, with neatness and dispatch. tSTCurrency token at par. C. W, Chase, Agent, 828 Montgomery St, Ban Francisco. RUSH A WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, , Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, .: : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, fucson, : : : Pima County, Arizona.. L.A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TaKA, -. - Arizona O. P. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. 8. Mineral Surveyor, TOH ABIZONA. fuma, : : : : : Arizona...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 September 1879

"2"35 Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1879 en. Grant. The wonderful ovation with Tvhieh Gen. Grant lies been re ceived at San Francisco will be eierred to hereafter as one of the important events of the cen ury. j he greeting has been universal ; everything producing noise or display has been called into action and all classes have joined In tho welcome to the man; free from political bias.it has been a reception by Ameri cans of a representative citizen whom the rest of the world has delighted to honor. An important feature of the whole affair has been the union of those who fought for and against the prominent military leader In our late war; which speaks louder than speeches or acts of any, for the possible union of all sections in one nation. General Grant has been invited to vistt most of ihe principal cities on the Pacific Coast and it is stated will accept many of these invitations. He will visit Portland, Oregon, during the first week of October, and San Jose find Sacramen...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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