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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 27 September 1879

S. Pa R. R. C0MENO!lfO FfiOHDAY, Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS, AND BOATS Whl leave L09 ANGELES as follows: -i - M.-DAILY-Via L.A. & I. i f "V U Local Passenger Tram &&&. (Arrives atS:U A. M.) o-A M. 1 AT LY Local Pas v -Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) I I 1 U clsco Through Freight and - . ,in;Ti Train (Arrives ) 1- K p H. OATLY San Francisco llO Express Train, connecting at Lathrop wit" the Atlantic Ezoress Train ohc Antral Pacroad.psL) 2 OCT P. M. DAILY ArieotJA Ex liiD press, connecting i Yuma with dUy,aW for Earenbcnr, v. 1th Colo, rado R! v?r steamers," and with daily trams " the Southern Pacific Railroad of An xonafor Cna Grande, (180 miles east of Yuma). Dally staees at Maricopa for Presett, Phenlx, Florence and Tucson. Kelurnlnir the train leaves Casa Grande t 5:25 A; M., Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is due at Yunia -at 455 P. M. (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) 3 OA P- M. DAILY Local Passen SOU ger Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 2:20 P. M.) 4aa P. M. DAILY ...

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 September 1879

1 Arizona Sentesel. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1879 Haw Kpooln are made. White birch is largely used in this man UfaeJure and as extensive forests of this wood grow throughout the State of Maine Canada and the Provinces, inanr ep'ol factories are located in those sections in order that supplies of material may be easily procured. Tim wood after being delivered to the factories, is flr6t sawed into pieces about four feet long, and from an inch to an Inih and a half square, yccording to the size or the spool it is required to make. These pieces are put ihlo a dry-house and thoroughly dried, from whence they are taken into the factory and I'lyen to the " roughers." who in an incredibly short space of time bore a hole in the centre a couple of inches deep, turn about the name space round, nnd then cut off the length required for a .spool. The machi nes used' for this purpose are revolving planers, in the centre of which is a revolv ing srimlet or bit, ami immediately to the riffht a email circ...

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. — 4 October 1879

1 Xl5n3EE33iVX3i:T IN THINGS IVJUTJTIXvVL XIV NOTHING r VOL. VIII Th Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. r.pnunp TYNG. - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, Sixbsoriptlon : One year. .$5 00 SJm'nntliK. 3 00 5i'i t.. 12 VcVv'ex'tisilis: : One inch, each insertion $2 50 Each subsequent insertion -1 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job UPrintlne ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., prlnted.in every 6tyle, -with neatness and dispatch. "Currency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 32? Montgomery St., San Francisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prcscott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Procott, : : : : Arizona W. STREET, Attorney at Law, 1'ucson : : : Pima County.Arizona.- L. A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, Arizona O. F. TOWNSBND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZONA. Turn a, Arizona . SAMUEL HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mineral ParkAIoh...

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. — 4 October 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATTTTiDAT. - OCTOBER. 4, 1879 Silver Iitri't. During the heated trm all save net-eSfMry n-.stssment "work in SiUer District wus snspvndecl ; noiv however miners are ratum- inif to thfir rhiimg and parties who have bought are preparing to develop their properties. There have been several sales ruade lately in this District, thiee have been recorded this week, and other mines have been bond ed. Parties from Chicago are at work on their purchases and others from Los Angeles and San Francisco have sent forward sup plies and tools preparatory to commencing operations. We give items from the follow ing principal claims of the Dis trict : Iron Cap. Five men are at work crosscut! ing from the shaft, which is down 115 feet, at a depth of 70 ft. all in good metal, and will soon commence to do the same from the bottom of the shaft. Emma. A. D. Crawford has a force at work ou this mine which is an extension of the Red Cloud, they are down forty feet and have struck fine ore. ...

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. — 4 October 1879

s p ft ft OOfSMUKDIKG (WAY Aug. 8ih, 18791 AtKi entr! farther notice, 4, TRAlKS fjK-D BOATS Vill Hre LOS ANGELES u follows: - r K M. r JLT-Via L. A. & I. M I h "a p Leul Passenger TrRin U aetu Moiiiciu (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) i A. M.DAIL.Y Local Pas. 1 0 tOt) enc." Train toWilimnetou. -I A A M UA1JL.I can ran ,f I U clo Tirough- rrelRlit and I Claw Accoiota'attHiiii iriu. t C P. L DAILY San Frunclsco j M i EspreH Train, connecting at Lthrp with, the Atlantic Exoress Train of tlutCoBttd raciic K:;ilroad. (Arrives at 1 :55 P M.) 2Ci P. M. DAILY Arizona Ex SiJO press, connecting at Yuma wltKfiailv stage for Ebrenberg, with Colo radu River steamers, and with daily trains of the Southern PacMe -Railroad of Ari nr for Casa Grande, (180 miles east of Yuma). Dally stages at Maricopa for JVencott, Phujnix, Florence and lucson. ReturniV.ir the train leaves Casa Grande ait-25 A. M., Maricopa aw -a-. due at Yuma at 4:25 P. M. (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) "t on P. M.- DAILY Local Passen lin te W...

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. — 4 October 1879

uuLjjuuiiirm Arizona Sentinel, i SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 4, 1879 A. lmice nt the Gay City. Along all the ausiness 6treets below Montgomery, the stores are decorated "with flags and streamers and shields in scribed " Welcome to Grant." The Ex empt fire-hou.se in Portsmouth square is covered with flairs and banners and large streamers hang from the liberty-pole to the roof of the house. On Kearny street the display is very varied. Some of the individual displays are very Hue, notably that of the White House, which is deco rated with bunting irom floor to roof ; the flags of America, France and England lire grouped with ureat taste, the effect being frightened by a liberal use of streamers and evergreens. Flavin, of the 1XL, has a flue display of streamers and shields, and a good picture in the center, bearing the inscription, " Our Hero Wel come .Home.," The United States Treas ury is covered with streamers and flags. The triumphal arch at the entrance to New Montgomery street is a very el...

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. — 11 October 1879

, , -I SS-g-g-g-! p , .- ok DEPENDEN rJ? ZTS THINGS. XIV YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1879. NO 27 VOL. VIII. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGE TYNCT-- - " Ed,to AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Sulsorfption. ..$5 00 .. 8 00 12 One year .Six months.. Single copies a A-vttrtlsinir t One Inch, each Insertion J 50 . Sach subsequent insertton . - - . .. .... .T.nt- nr miarter at re- iuced rates. job TrintinKl vti.i. -n .. riii-TTapiIr. Letter Heads. Circulars. LabelB, Cards, Pro grammes, etc. printed lu every style, with nearness anu uisyutuu. ggJ-Carrency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 328 Montgomery St, San Fuancisoo. RUSH A WELLS, Attorneys at Law, ?rescott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, . Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, iHicson, : : : Pima County.Arizona- L. A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Arizona O. P. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZONA. Arizona Vuma, SAMUEL HAMI...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1879

Arizona . Sentinel. ffATVltDAT. - - OCTOBER. 11, 1879 The Board of School Trustees met on Tuesday and decided to cngrnge a teacher and open school nr. Monday next. As the school -house has been closed so lot'g, considerable repairs are requisite. There is practically not a cent Iv the school fund and rertiScatee of indebtedness for teacher's sala ry of the last session are still un paid.. It seems there were $62 in the fund but that was paid to the Hew Superintendent, on his own warrant for salary earned, if at all, long after that, of the teacher was due. Much as we desire to have the public school of this District opened, we doubt the advisability of engaging a teachr r and incurring; other indebtedness until there be funds in the trea sury to pay for them. The aportioninent for Yuma County of June was $75. We would very much like to know upon what basis it was made. If we are only to get enough to pay the salary of the County Super intendent and repairs of the schoolhouse, our ch...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1879

10:35 Sa P. R- R. ' DOMMEHCWO MONDAY Aug tn I 79. jud -.ukt.l v Jther notice, 0?RAX? BOATS "WUFJeaVD LC 4NGELES as follows - v 3AILY Via L. A. & I Mil) R R. Local Passenger Train to Saate. Monica. (Arrives ut o.w - m.y i M". DAILY Local Fas. winger Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at v.iv a., m..) -- rr A M DAILY San Fran- II i V uco Through Freight and Thin! L iJ Ac-utnraodation lram. ; Arrives at 12:30 P.M.) . :.. -i. DAILY Sau Francisco 1 1 1 0 Express Train, connecting at iLalhrop with the Atlantic. Express lram of the Central Pacific Railroad. (Arrives atl:o5PM.) .qkP. M. DAILY Arizona Ex press, connecting at Yuma Trith dally Btage for Ehrenberij, with Colo vdo River ?t?Hmirs, and with daily trains af ft Sout)!e;r- acific Railroad of At i sonsfor Cas:. urinde, (ISO miles east of Yumii). Dailv biases at ilaricopa for Prescott, Phoenix, Florence and Tucson. Keturninsr the train leaves Casa Grande t 5:25 A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is due at Yuma at P. M (Arrive- t 10:15 A. S...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 October 1879

55? Arizona Sentinel. HATVItDAT, - - OCTOBER 11, 1S79 Okra Hibkui esculcntus.) This readable, so highly favored In the South, so healthy, nutritious and easy of culture, Is totally unknown to thousands of Northern families, while a Southern dinner In season wiMiout it, would be considered incomplete. Served as soup, with creen corn and tomatoes, it has no equal; 7ior has it when stewed, fried, or prepare:! ir. marry other ways. It is also cut in rings or sliced, and dried for winter Usn. The Okra is a lender herbaceous an nual, resembling the Hollyhock plant, hearing its flowers and edible pods, like it, in the axils 'of the leaves. The flowers also, in shape and size, resemble that of the single Hollyhock. Its color" is a creamy white, and it is related to both the Hollyhock and Cotton plant The culture of Okra is a simple field culture, and since it feeds principally on mineral matters, it requires as fertilizer but six hundred pounds of good wood ashes or fAi Imndrcd pounds of so...

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. — 18 October 1879

. cc. lte -tiHatt swumd NEUTRAIi 1IV NOTHING g l2Vr3S3HlVJ33SNT IN .A.H.X. THINGS OL. VIII. YUMA,. ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1879. NO 28. t 'a Ar!' -; rj Sentinels- ruoriehcd every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishimg Company. GEORGE TYNG, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subsorl ptlon : One vear $5 00 Six months 2 00 t? ngle copies 1- t inch, each'insertion $2W Jli eubeequent insertion 125 -ontr&cts by the year or quarter at re el - ed rates. ,7ol SrlJit1n Legal Blanks, Briefs. Bill -Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, et, printed In every Btyle, with neatness and dispatch. JSPCurrency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 828 Montgomery St., San Francisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney aad Counselor at Law, Prsscott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, Tucson, : : : Pima County, Arizona- L. A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, iUUA, -. - - Arizona O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyo...

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. — 18 October 1879

Arizona Sentinel. OCTOBER. 18, 187!) Ry rpforonce to the tirnr.r.edinr's the Pacific Coast Press Associa tion t fheir lafe meetinirin Ran Fmncispo, it will be seen that the Pextinei, was the only paper outside of California represented. We are surprised at this as we supposed that, those of Arizona at ipnst would cerlainly send rep resentatives. Much srood 0 members must necessarily acrne and we still trust that all will fall mfo line and become member. We lately received the follow ing letter from. Thomas A. Edi son and have made enquiry anions: our miners, but a? few would recognise1 platinum, we have found no one who has seen any in-our neighborhood. jVIen'lo Pauk, N. J. Dea-rRtti: Would you be so kind as to inform me if the metal platinum occurs in vour neigh borhood ? This metal as a rule, is found in scales associated with free gold, sreuen'iv in pincers. If there is nr.y in vour vicinity, or if VOU nnv fnin irifnrmnfinn from experiencerl miners as to jiirniiups wnere n can be...

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. — 18 October 1879

P. R- R. i!BEING MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, IfBAlXS AND BOATS LOS ANGELES as follows: ,0J... H - -i A A 1 IV Tlilri. Class r A. M. DAIIji via i. a. cc i. 5 J J 3 R R. Local Passenger Train J :J Mo: ca. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) i. M. DAILY Local Tas sender Train toWilmlnsrtou. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) M. DAILY San Fran cisco Through Freight and Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:30 P. M.) X. DATLY Snti Francisco a Train, connecting at i.auirop wiiu uic Auuuut of the Central Paciiic Railroad. (Arrives at 1:55 PM.) O Ok p- :vI-- SAILT Arizona Ex ii press, connectine at Yuma vith daily statfe for Ehrcnbersr, with Colo ,udn TMver stoamer$, and with daily trains if th- Southern Pacific Railroad of Ari zona for Cnpa Grande, (180 miles cast of Yuma-). Dailv stages at Maricopa : )r Prescott, Pluenix, Florence and Tuc-f-n. Refurninir the train Iohvcs -ai U.:iJ' at 5:25 A. M., Mario 7 A. M., and i uuC t i'UUia at M. , (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) Local Passen Iminjrton....

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. — 18 October 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY. - - OCTOBER. 18, 1879 THE PRESS. Second day of the Pacific Oast Association. The California Press Association of yesterday, the Pacific Coast " Associa tion of to-day, met at 10 A. M. yesterday in " Parlor A " of the Palace Ilotcl. Be sides the members whose names were given in yesterday Chronicle there were present Frank Kelly of the Tobama Toe si. A. H. Deerinc: of the Pacific Printer "and E. K. Downor of the Downieville Mm tnatr. Marcus D. Boruck, President of the society, culled to the chair Sclplo Cruig of the Colton Semi-Tropic. In the absence of the permanent Secretary, F. K. Xrauth of the Alameda JSncinal, Edward A. Weed of the Susanville Advocate was appointed Secretary pro tem. The Treas urer N.C Hawk of the Pacific Specimen, reported a flourishing financial condition and an increase of remunerative member ship. On motion of Marcus D. Boruuk of the Spirit of the Times, the amendment to the Constitution adopted at the previous meeting, which chan...

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. — 25 October 1879

(Tkc itaitra IVETJTItAI-i IN NOTHING OL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1879. NO 29. Ttra ArLcna Sentinel. Psfeltehed c -y Saturday by the Skit fubiishinj Company UEOG TfMC, - - - Editor AADQBKmBXL BUSINESS AGBWT. StibsorlRtaoit : - -as year .... ?5 00 gix months 3 00 Single copies 12 -VX-vertlrI lis: t Ob inch, each insertion ?2 50 a subsequent Insertion l 5 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grauims, etc., printed iu every style, "with neataesa ana aisputcu. Sif-Currency taken at par. 3. Vf. Goxks, Agent, 328 Montgomery St., " SAN JBAXCISCO. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Bresocit, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney amd Counselor at Law, Prsscatt, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, fueioo, : : : Pima Ceunty.Arizona.- A. MULLAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TWHA, ARIZOXA O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZOXA. Arizona "The Silver Belt," SAMUEL HAMILTON, A 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. — 25 October 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBEli. 25, 1879 The following explains itself: Office " S. F. Journal of Com merce, " San Francisco, Oct. 18, 1879. Publisher AVill you oblige us and the pub lic ty giving the following card an insertion in your paper. A'otiCC to the Public. Charles T. Bell, formerly agent of the " San Francisco Journal of -Commerce" is no longer in our employ. He has no connection with this office, and is not author ized to collect any money for us nor on our account. We learn that he is now in Southern Cali fornia or making his way into Arizona. "San Francisco Journal of Com merce" Publishing Co. San Francisco. Oct. 11th, 1879. The Sniitn-Carucntcr Case. The Smith-Carpenter case, which all decent people hoped had passed into oblivion comes again into prominence, and, if we may judge from the rather con fused telegraphic statement, as sumes an important phase from the fact that the divorce granted bv the Legislature has not stood the tests of the courfs. The unwelcome...

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. — 25 October 1879

r S. P. R R. CQMMESQflG MONDAY Aug. !8th, 1879. : n-Vol further notice "iWifc BOATS flfctecAt- ! Of aNGELES as follows daily via jl.. a. & i K.-Loh1 Passenger Train imu 'Arrives at 8:IW A. Al.J A 3 . M. -I'AILY Local Pas- IC -nyr ; rtin to Wilmington .s at 1:10 A M.) i -i -i . M iJAlLY San Fran I X 1 XJ cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation tram. (Arrives at 12:30 P. M.) -i h cr P. JL DAILY San Francisco I . 1 O Express Train, connecting at Lathrop with the Atlantic Exoress Train of the Central racitic Railroad. (Arrives at 1 :5Ti P M.) tatite M 2:25 r p. m.- DAILY Arizona Ex uress. connecting nt Yuma with daiiv stage for Ehrenberg, with Colo radn River 6teamers, and with daily trains of the Southern Pacine Kail road oi An ' zona for Cam Grande, (180 niileo east of "Vunra). Daily stages at Maricopa for Prescott, Phuiiiix, Florence ana luson. IJeturisiiiir the. trun leaves Caa (-Jrandtf at 5:25 A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. Al., and is due at luina at 4:'i5 r. M. (Arrives...

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. — 25 October 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATUTtBAY, - - OCTOBER. 35, 1879 Xevr Crusher The Blake Crusher Company, of New Haven, have recently perfected a new ma chine, called the Challenge Rock Breaker, or Sectional Cushioned Crusher, find In t-xaminine: its construction we can onlv wondcrhow theold machine could haveeiv. on such universal satisfaction for so many Tears when there was so much room for improvement. In the new Blake all tens lie 6trains are upon wrought iron or steel, nstead of cast Iron, as in the old machine. It is sectional, ard the weight of the heav if st piece of the largest crusher in only 2,4W) pounds. It has double the strength of the old form and lit th same time its construction is snch that it possesses a high degree of elasticity. The first large machine made by the Crusher Company, was tested by throwing between the jaws a steel sledge, while the machine was running 209 revolutions per minute. This test, which would have broken anv form of crusher hitherto made, simply stopped...

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. — 1 November 1879

rnlmcl. 12VIEJB2VIEVT IIV ALL THINGS. NEUTBAL XIV NOTHING VOI . VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1879. NO. 3r $ The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing1 Company. CEORCE TYNG, - - - Editor AN'D GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription : - One var 5 00 Six months 8 00 Single copies 12 -Advertising - One inch, each insertion. $2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by tue year or quarter at re duced rates. ,i uu Printing? Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter- Heads, Circulars. Labels, Cards. Pro grammes, etc, printed In every style, with acamcm uuu uisyukuu. ("Currency taken at par. C. W. Cbane, Agent, 828 Montgomery St, OAN JBBANCISCO. RUSH A WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arirona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, Tucson, .: : : Pima County, Arizona.- L A. MULLAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, .... Arizona O. P. TOWKSEND, Deputy U- S. Mineral Surveyor, rOH AZCZOXA. Yuma, Ar...

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 November 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - - NOVEMBER. 1,1879 U.S. Mail. We have received a circular letter from H. J. McKusick Esq., Supt. R. M. S. 8th Division, from which we take the following para graphs: Sik : Under the recent orders of the Postmaster-General and the rulings of the Postoffice De partment, published in the Octo ber number of the " United States Official Postal Guide," all mail matter not addressed to a post office is unbailable, and must be forwarded at once to the Dead Letter Office, unless the envelope shall bear the name of the sender or other indication whereby it may be returned to the sender for better direction. Military posts and forts are excepted from this order. To illustrate : A letter or oth er mail matter directed to State University,California ; East Oak land, California; Mud Springs, El Dorado County, California, or any other locality not a Postoffice, is unmailable, and must be sent at once to the Dead Letter Office at "Washington, D. C. Matter addressed to ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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