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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 1 November 1879

V r Pa Rm R ' COMMENCING MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Will lottve LOS ANGELES as follows: 9i K A. M DAILY Via L. A. & I. JJ-O R.R. Local Passenger Train to SanU Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) id A- M. DAILY Local Pas- l U ZO) setiKer Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) -'- i A A- M. DAILY San Fran Li lv cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. 1 (Arrives at 12:30 P.M.) 1-i k p. M DAILY San Francisco 1 10 ExpresB Traiu, conneeting at Lathrop with the Atlantic Express Train of the Central Pacific Railroad (Arrives at x:0o r m.) P. M. DAILY Arizona Jii- -ess, connecting at Yuma s- for Ehrenberg, with Colo urs., and with daily trains -i Pacilic Railroad of Ari raiidc, (ISO miles east of na for y titgt-s at aiancopa iui - :. 4i.. P.nK.a Grande at 5:25 A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. JL, and is lue z luma at sza-j r. ... (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) 3 OA P. 5L DAILY Local Passen lOJ ger Train to Wilmington. ' & (Arrives at 2:30...

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 November 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY. - - XOVEMBEB. 1,1879 Cnzc.o Corn. Governor Downey exhibited to us yes. day a most surprising article 'of corn A .. miwu aB me "uuzco," a specimen of winch hnd been sent hlmby Mr. Tiburcio Parrott, of San Francisco. It is a remark- able looking grain, large and white, and It is said to make a meal almost equal to flour. The Governor has ordered five pounds of the seed Tor planting on the "Warner Ranch. Of this new cereal we copy the following article from the Pacific Mitral Press of October 18: For many years past Tiburcio Parrott or this city, has been endeavoring to ob lain, through his correspondents in Peru, some of this wonderful and famous corn, for the purpose of introducing it in this State. His attempts have at last resulted in success, and by the last Panama steam er he received 1500 pounds of it. It has attracted great attention and caused uni versal wonder, owing to its color, size and qualify, each grain being Tery soft, well developed, crisp ...

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 November 1879

Arizona ctiftn NEUTRAL. XIV NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1879. NO 3l.it The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. fcjxxbserijition. x Vic je.r .. fcix IttOirihS. Single co' 'Re inch. vh iitr rtion .... $2 '50 Eau mbfcquct insert ion 1 25 Oontraci l.' the year orqukrter at re duced rates. Job- JPriiit iiiisr; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, "with neatness and dispatch. JSgfCurreucy taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 328 .Montgomery St., San Fhancisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, Arizona PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prscott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, Tucson, : : : Pima County, Arizoua. L. A. MULL AN, - ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, ... - Arizona O. F. TOWNSEND. Oeputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZONA. rtUHia, Arizona . - j SA.ViUEL 'HAM...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1879

t Arizona Sentinel. 8ATUXBAY, - - NOVEMBER. 8,1879 Obstructing The Itlail Service. The universal outcry of indig nant protest against the impudent ruling of Postmaster General Key will, we earnestly hope.eause 'liim to rescind his late order to officials in his Department. We stigmatise it as impudent, and wantonly so, because this man, a servant of the people, hired and paid by them to work for them, undertakes to tell them, his em ployers, that they are ignorant and careless creatures who raisdi rect their mail matter and that they must he punished and taught to do better. Don Key calls upon post office officials, newspapers, teachers of sciools and intelligent citizens to aid him, and all to save extra trouble to the clerical force in the ser vice. The Post office Department has never been self-sustaining. Every annual report shows a deficiency of millions of dollars that has to be made up by general taxation. The people pay these expenses wilingly, not for the mere throw ing of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1879

S. P. R. R. COMMENCING MONDAY Aug. ISth, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS "Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9.-f r A. M. DAILY Via L. A. fe I. it) R. R. Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) -i A.or A XXJiOO 1:15 M. DAILY Local Pas senger Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at U :10 A.M.) j-j-jAl M". DAILY San Fran X JL JL V cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. i (Arrives at 12:30 P. M.) P. M. DAILY San Francisco Express Train, connecting at Lathrop with the Atlantic .XDress irain of the Central Pacilic Railroad. (Arrives at 1:55 PM.) -j c r P. M. DAILY Arizona Ex ZJLo pn-es, connecting at Yuma wah dailv stage F'Ti-ntwrtr. with Colo rado River steamers, and with daily tmiijc of the Southern Pacittc Railroad of Ari zona for Casa Grande, (ISO mile" east of Yuma). Dailj stages at Maricopa for Pri'seott, Plui'n'ix, Florence and Tucson. Relurnlt.:: the tram leaves casa uranue -at 5:25 A. M., Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is lue at Yum...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 8 November 1879

Aeizona Sentinel. SATTTKD.iY, - - XOYEMBEJt. 8,1870 ATOT THE HEAD OP CHATEZ The Ranclit Dies a 3Ionth Ago, in Sonora, of a Fever. It is pretty generally known hereabout1; that the father of Chavez, the famous Lieutenant of Vasquez, resides in Los An cpIcp. "We learned yesterday, from ex- Sheriff Rowland, a circumstance which throws a curious light on the story of Chavez having been killed uear Maricopa Wells, and of his head having been cut off and brought to California. The details of the bandit's tragic death were published at the time in everj' newspaper in the United States, almost, and the bloody tro Ihy excited a thrill of horror on its pas page through Los Angeles. The whole incident had a flavor of medieval ferocity. It now appears that the senior Chavez, the other day, received a letter from one Gomez, a member of Vasquez's band, dated at Quiavaca, Sonora, informing him that his son had dipd there of a fever about a month ago. There-upon the old man broka the silence he had...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1879

3VEUTRAJL. IN NOTJELIWG- XTSTIJIPJ3IMriDBiyT IIV JTJJL THINGS. YUMA, AEIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1879. NO 32. VOL. VIII. The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGE TYNG, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription : One year Six months Sin. 'e conies .$5 00 . 3 00 . IS Advertising; t On- insertion 2 BacT stiusequtfjU luiwrtion i 35 Cwjitracteby the year or quarter at re duced rates. Job Printing: -ii Legal . Riil-lleads, Lctter-vSJ,!.-) , Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed iu every style, with neatness and dispatch. 2f Currency takon at par. C W. Ouane, Agent, 32S Montgomery St., Sax Francisco. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescott, Arizona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, Tucson, : : : Pima County.Arizona.- L. A. MULLAH, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, - - - - Arizona O. F. TOWNSEND, Deputy U. S. Mineral Surveyor, ye rizona. Yum, Arizona SAMUEL HAWULTOH. ATT...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - - V0 YEMBER. 15, 1879 Yuma County is to have no Grand Jury this year. The fact is, the report from ftfaricopa has scared us "anti-ring" county-officers so that we dont dare have such a meddlesome institution investigate us. In the criminal line there is but oue case that could come before a Grand Jury, and that committment never would have been made had testi mony, ready and waiting in the Court, beau called and taken. "Well it is bad for the Jurors who are out the amount of their fees, but then it is so much saved to the County. On the first day of next June the census of the United States is to be taken. 20,000 persons take part in this undertaking, and except in the cities, (where they are only allowed fifteen days) must complete their labors before July 1st. As the mere counting of the inhabitants is the smallest and easiest portion of the labor, some idea can be formed of the amount to be done Statistics of Commerce, manu factures, agriculture, min...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1879

P. R. R. COMMENCING MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9 j r A. M. DAILY Via L.A. & I. mJLD R. R Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) i A Q X A- M. DAILY Local Pas X V O 0 eengcr Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) H -t r A. M. DAILY San Fran- 1 ) cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:S0 P.M.) 1-i rr P. M. DAILY San Francisco 1 1 0 Express Train, connecting at Lathrop with the Atlantic Express Train of the Central Pacific Railroad. (Arrives at l:oo P M.) - i P. M. ,A1LY Arizona. Lv. X press, cumn'c'itia: -it Yum.. -. duilj statfe for Ehrenbeiir, with Colo--'idt Rivet temers, and with daily trains Southern Pacific Railroad of Ari ,r , ;; fn?a (.trnudc, 'ISO miles ea-t of x DaiU stages at Marioopa for ... Ph.pwix. Florence and Tucson. , .t tr tia".i leaves Casn Grande at 5M A. Maricopa at 7 A. M., and is due at Yuma at 4:'Jo f. to. (Arrives at 1...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 15 November 1879

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - - NOYEXBERAS, 1879 Silver District" November 2nd., 1879. Editor Sentinel,: The mantle ol Henry Berg Las fallen on the lofty shoulders of a member of this community, who is represented by proxy; not to be behind the age, we have a socie ty for the prevention of cruelty to mules, the aforesaid "hombrcalto" has issued Imperative orders that no giant powder shall be hauled from the Landing to the mines, hence, forsocth, -when picks and gads cease to be or value, the boys, girding' up their loius, saddle up the festive burro, unauiate adown the meendering trail, sulphurious adjectives taint the zephyrs, and when the expert with proboscis ele vated, remarketh, "Sulphur mine?" tho gentle guide observeth, "no nor 'Baby mine' but a feller after powder." We always imagined, in our innocence, that a mule was as good a man as a box of gi ant but then ours was not a new mule; somebody has said a mule, or something or other, was a mystery, we echo, and pass. One min-...

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 November 1879

I ISTT) 3 JE INT 13 13 TV T 13S ALL TlillVGS. NEUTRAX, IN NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1879. NO 33. B The Arizona Sentinel. Fublishcd every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. GEORGE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GEXEUA.L nnSIITC!3S AGHNT. Subscription s One year $5 00 Six months .'i 00 ri 1-2 XEW 3IEX1CO. In a letter to the New Orleans Picayune A. M Williams gives some very interesting and valua ble facts and conjectures regard ing this remarkable region, which we doubt not is to become of great importance in every leaning de p.trtriii'nt of mining industry. now struck, which gradually widened, and at its present depth the mineral bearing vein has a width of about two feet of argentiferous galena. About one-third of a mile southeast of the Santa Kosa is locatedjfanother old mine known as the Rudena mine. This mine lias been opened in a zig-zag course to the depth of To feet. ne inch, wh insertion $2 50 The Cerrillcs silver mines. Contracts by the ye r ...

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 November 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATlTliDAY. - - NOVEMBER", 1879 Silver District, Several parlies from San Fran cisco havevisitedSilver District wjih the intention of erecting a smelting furnace with a capacity of thirty tons per day. It seoms almost too much to expect of so .voting a District that it shall pro dwe a daily supply of thirty tons of ore rich enough to pay both miner and smelter, especially when we remember that most of th minesrare stilj inthe hands Of the original locators, few Of the nrhrvrv r-,..... i. .. i..lrr , t these ncoiilo liave ...w.i fUMcoa nit; requisite capital to -open up and develop their properties to such a state as to he able to take advantage of all their merits. Economy of investment will doubtless counsel the erection of simlJer works and begining but, in such manner that the capacity can be increased in ratio with the increasing capacity of the mines to produce ore of a grade to remunerate smelting, All signs portend that soon this will become one of Arizona's...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1879

S. P. R. R. COMMENDING MONDAY Aug. 18th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS Will leave LOS ANGELES as follows: 9.i r A. M. DAILY Via L.A. & I. 10 R. R. Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at S:00 A. 31.) A. M.DAI-lA Local Pas senger Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at U:W A. ,U.) i i i A A. 1 L 1U 10:35 M DAILY Sau Fran cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12::X) P. M.) -i J K P. 3L DAILY San Francisco X 1 0 Express Train, connecting at I willi tli' AMantio Eswress Tr.r, , - (:uial Railroad (Ai -.co at 1:55 P M.) Arizona Sentinel. SATUllDAY, - - NOV. 1S7S LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. David Balz returned jesteraay. gTsplcridid " weather," neither warm nor cold. The District Court adjourned sine die onfMondny. M, A. Baldwin or Globe passed through Yuma this morning. Jv.dge Porter will probably leave in a day or two for Plnunix. Sunday came by rail an invoice of pow der for the Silver King Mine. p. M. LAILY Ariz-ma Kx- , lire.1--' cn!'...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 22 November 1879

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, - - N0VEMBER21, 1879 Castor Bean Culture. Some years ago there was a very con siderable flurry about castor oil bean cul ture, and many extravagant statements went the rounds of the prase. Most of the fanners in Central California who tried this crop found that it was not as profitable as they anticipated. They also discovered that there was much expense and ditieulty in gathering the beans, as they ripen unevenly. The farmer who Imvc grown the castor bean in the South ern part or the State have been, as a rule, more successful, and some of them have followed it with profit for years. Their usual plan is, to make contracts with the manufacturers of oil in San Francisco, and the crop is considered a vcrj- sure on. Reports from some of these successful castor-bean growers, skitc, that a good crop on rather dry sandy loam would be GOO pounds to tha acre; lowlands or irri gated lands might yield 1,000 or more pounds. Too much irrigation makes the stalk grow a...

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 November 1879

ruliml n?.nmt rCEXJTIjA.JLj IN NOTHING VOL. VIII. YUMA, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1879. NO 34. She The Arizona Sentinel. Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing1 Company. GEORGE TYNG, - - - Editor AXDGEXEBJLL BUSINESS AGENT. fSixbscriptlon 1 One year $5 00 Six months 3 00 Biaple copies 12 ' ' m taoj l'r'ioi; ?2 50 fc- k j. nt insertion I W ay the year u:,r:er at re- J o Xrl:n rix tx ; 'ar'.s, Brtofs, Bi l-Hetds, Letter Ciroularf. Labelf. Cards. Pro- -IKU11. p:.iiiu every stv.p, with neatness ana aispatcn. JSgTCurrency taken at par. C. W. Cbane, Agent, 328 Montgomery St., SAN U KAXCISCO. RUSH & WELLS, Attorneys at Law, Prescotfc, Arbcona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prascott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney at Law, Tucson, : : : Pima County.Arizona.- L. A. MULL AM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, .... Arizona O. P. TOWNSEMD, Deputy O. G. Mineral Surveyor, FOR ARIZONA.. Juki, : : : : : Arizona SA&5UEL HAWTiLTCN. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAYf. idiaerfcT Turk, Mo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1879

AlRizoka Sentinel. ATWDAT. - - NOVEMBER. 29, 187ft The "Phcenix Herald," in an Article on the Cuban rebellion, says: "the sympathies of the American people have always ien with the struggling patriots, -ur for .omo inscrutable reason no authorities at Washington vt persisted in maintaining an Uit:ide of indifference toward Hem, if not an atttitude of hos tility." The reasons are not-o very Inscrutable to those acquainted with the inner workings of our State Department when this hos tile policy was inaugurated, the writer has heard authorities in Cuba, high in command, boast that Spain had bought the Gov ernment of the United States They certainly did pay $30,000 as a retaining fee to Sidney Webster, son-in-law of Secretary Fish, not for his legal ability, for they em ployed other attorneys when needed in our Courts. The late Hon. Caleb Cushing, had several Cuban clients at the beginning of the rebellion, and was favorably disposed to the Cuban cause. A quarrel occurred between him a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1879

i Sm P" R" COMMENGINO MONDAY Aug. 1 8th, 1879. And until further notice, TRAINS AND BOATS "Wttl leave LOS ANGELES a follows: 9,-j r JL. M. DAILY Via L.A. & I. X O R. R. Local Passenger Train to Santa Monica. (Arrives at 8:00 A. M.) Wor A. M. DAILY Local Pas- 00 sender Train to Wilmington. (Arrives at 9:10 A. M.) U i A A. 51. DAILY San Fran 1U cisco Through Freight and Third Class Accommodation Train. (Arrives at 12:30 P.M.) 1- k P. II. DAILY San Francisco 1 0 Express Train, connecting at Lathrop with the Atlantic ExDress Train of the Central Pacific Railroad. (Arrives at 1:55 P M.) ":25 M. DAILY Arizona Ex- ress, cnncctinsj at Yuma for Ehrenbf rsr, with O-lo d-Ut r .ivrc t ana wuii uui.v tr: c' "jiu.iein rv.cinc rc.air.ouu ui ah y. i f-r (. uha Grunt!.'. 10 Biilcfe east of ' Dailv sii.grs at Maricopa for Pr cni. ?hjenix. Florence ana meson R i.g tUe ti am leavt Grande M., due at Yuui- - i. - - 1 t-,, (Arrives at 10:15 A. M.) O .OA P. M. DAILY Local Passen o:ou irer Traiu to Wilm...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 29 November 1879

Arizona Sentdsel. SATURDAY, . . 2TOVl!MBER29,Wn Aboriginal aiming. Where the Indians Get Their Money ricKlng Over Old Dumps and Pannin'i Out Gold Dust How They Manage Their Mining Operations and Dispose of the product Etc. While going his rounds on the lode yesterday, a News reporter noticed several squaws apparently busily engaged in dabbling in small pools of water made by damming up the waste water from the Standard mine. Kuowing that water is not a congenial element to the noble red man as a general thing, the reporter ap proached nearer, to see what the per. formancc meant. A closer view showed that tbey were panning out gold dust. Some of the squaws were quite expert, handling a pan like an old gulch miner. The reporter tried to engage some of them in conversation, but met with a silent rebuff at every attempt. One of the Bquawk finished washing out a pan of dirt while the reporter was present. A small quantity of very fiue gold, mixed up with sand, remained in the pan after t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 6 December 1879

ate lVI2ix:iVII3VT ITS' JLJL.TL, TfllNGS. JX&WJFXIA.J-j 12 NOTHING VOL. .VIII. The Arizona Sentinel. Published cTry Saturday by the "sutinel Publishing Company. OROE TYNC, - - - Editor XNDGKVERXL BUSINESS AGEXT. Subscription x One year ?5 00 Six months 3 00 8ragle copies , 13 ..V3 vv-wl-lxxx t Oc Co iiu - '.-Ascrti-.n S2 50 ... . -..ion 1 25 . --J-M or quarter at re- Jot .FrfiKtnjci i b.anfct - ,tS, Bi.;.I?iMl, Letter. He , wlrctusrs Lftbols, "s,rds, Tro- , amm, etc., prm.ea ni even , tness and disnntch. '"Currency taken at par. C. W. Craxe, Agent, 32S Montgomery St., Sxn Fbancisco. . RUSH WELLS, Attorney t Law, Prescott, Arlsona. PAUL WEBER, Attorney and Ooonaelor at Law, Prescott, : : : : Arizona. W. STREET, Attorney- at Law, fucaon, : : : Pima County, Arizona.. L. A. MULLAH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Yuma, .... Akizoxa O. P. TOWNSEMD, Deputy U. 8. Mineral Surveyor, roK AUIZOXA. yuna. : : : : : Arirona ATTORXF.V-AT-L.AW, H't,--A Prk, Hob. aunty, aso!.. HI prtoticc hi ail the Cou.' Jf t...

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

3 Arizona Sentinel. A TUX DAT, - . DECKlBER 0,1871). OurXcw Recorder. Alotit a month ngo wo Wfro informed llisit a certain person .was working lo have tho office of Hecordorof this County declared vacant, .because the incumbent had Dverstayf il the leave of ab sence granted hiru. It culminat ecl on Monday last in a fppcial meefinV'jf t be Supervisors, who . went- throu'eh the formality of declaring1 tbe office vacant, and appointing Samuel Purdy. Jr. Re corder, who in a few hours pro cured bondsmen,' filed lii.s bond (with .himself) and, present ingf certificate of' appointment, de manded delivery of tbe records etc. There are several doubts touch ing 'the legality of this proceed ing on the part, of these two Su pervisors. Was it a legal meet ing? The notice to the member not joining in the call could not reach him until Friday at 4 p. m.; the meeting was held Monday, at 10 a. m. The three days re quired by law were not up until 4 p. m. on Monday, even if the day of service be not ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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